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" Yes," said all the cavaliers; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. "
Stories - Page 192
by Hans Christian Andersen - 1891 - 205 pages
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Stories for the household

Hans Christian Andersen - Children's literature - 1866 - 787 pages
...holding something, and said, " See, here are the trousers! here is the coat ! here is the cloak ! " and so on. " It is as light as a spider's web : one...the cavaliers ; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. "Does your Imperial Majesty please to condescend to undress ? " said the cheats...
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Out of the heart, spoken to the little ones, tr. by H.W. Dulcken

Hans Christian Andersen - 1867
...holding something, and said, " See, here are the trousers ! here is the coat ! here is the cloak ! " and so on. " It is as light as a spider's web : one...the cavaliers ; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. " Does your Imperial Majesty please to condescend to undress ? " said the cheats...
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The Hans Andersen story books, Volume 1

Hans Christian Andersen - 1875
...trousers, here is the coat, here is the mantle ! " and so on. " It is as light and fine as cobweb, one would think one had nothing on, but that is just the beauty of it ! " " Yes," said the noblemen ; but they could not see anything, because there was nothing to be seen. " May it please...
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Folk-lore and Fable

Fables - 1909 - 383 pages
...holding something, and said, " See, here are the trousers t here is the coat ! here is the cloak ! " and so on. " It is as light as a spider's web : one...the cavaliers ; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. " Will your Imperial Majesty please to condescend to take off your clothes ? " said...
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Folk-lore and Fable

Fables - 1909 - 383 pages
...holding something, and said, " See, here are the trousers ! here is the coat ! here is the cloak ! " and so on. " It is as light as a spider's web : one...the cavaliers ; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. " Will your Imperial Majesty please to condescend to take off your clothes ? " said...
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A Fourth Reader

Frank Ellsworth Spaulding, Catherine Turner Bryce - Readers - 1909 - 376 pages
...is the coat! here is the cloak ! " and so on. "It is as light as a spider's web. One would think he had nothing on ; but that is just the beauty of it." "Yes," said all the cavaliers, admiringly. " Will your Imperial Majesty please to take off your clothes?" said the rogues; "then we...
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The Fifth Reader

Martha Adelaide Holton, Charles Madison Curry - Readers - 1914 - 287 pages
...trousers! Here is the coat! Here is the cape!" and so- on. "It is as light as a spider's web. One might think one had nothing on. But that is just the beauty of it!" u5 "Very nice," said the courtiers. But they could see nothing ; for there was nothing ! "Will your...
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Everyday Classics: Primer-eighth Reader, Book 3

Franklin Thomas Baker, Ashley Horace Thorndike, Fannie Wyche Dunn, Mildred Batchelder - Readers - 1917
...rogues lifted up one arm as if they were holding something, and said, " See, 20 here is the cloak ! " and so on. "It is as light as a spider's web : one...the cavaliers ; but they could not see anything, for nothing was there. " Will your imperial majesty please condescend to take off your robe ? " said the...
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Tell Me Another Story, Volume 1918

Carolyn Sherwin Bailey - 1918
...here is the coat, here is the cloak," and so forth. " It is as light as a cobweb; one might imagine one had nothing on, but that is just the beauty of it!" "Yes," said all the courtiers; but they could not see anything, because there was nothing. "Will your imperial highness...
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Aldine Readers: Book Five

Frank Ellsworth Spaulding, Catherine Turner Bryce - Readers - 1920
...here is the coat! here is the cloak!" and so on. "It is as light as a spider's web. One would think he had nothing on ; but that is just the beauty of it." "Yes," said all the cavaliers, admiringly. "Will your Imperial Majesty please to take off your clothes?" said the rogues; "then we...
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