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" Miranda, was the most amiable, and the favorite of her father. The king, being a very superstitious person, and one who had great faith in dreams, desired his daughters one evening to tell him what they had dreamed on the preceding night. The eldest said... "
A Collection of Novels and Tales of the Fairies - Page 30
by Aulnoy (Madame d', Marie-Catherine) - 1770 - 276 pages
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The Child's Own Book of Standard Fairy Tales: Containing Aladdin, Cinderella ...

1868 - 525 pages
...him what they had dreamed on the preceding night. The eldest said that she had dreamed that he gave her a gown, the gold and jewels of which were brighter than the sun ; the second said she dreamed he had bought her a golden spinning-wheel and distaff, for her to spin herself some...
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The Young Folks' Library: The child's own book

Thomas Bailey Aldrich - 1901
...him what they had dreamed on the preceding night. The eldest said that she had dreamed that he gave her a gown, the gold and jewels of which were brighter than the sun ; the second said she dreamed he had bought her a golden spinning-wheel and distaff, for her to spin herself some...
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