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" He knew, too, that in the summer time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went down, a Dryad could come out of her tree if any one could find the key which locked her in, and turn it. Old Pipes closely examined the trunk of the tree, which... "
The Queen's Museum: And Other Fanciful Tales - Page 67
by Frank Richard Stockton - 1906 - 219 pages
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St. Nicholas, Volume 12, Part 2

1885
...hill-sides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He knew, too, that in the summer-time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went...the tree, which stood in the full moonlight. "If I can see that key," he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he perceived a piece of bark standing...
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St. Nicholas, Volume 12, Part 2

1885
...hill-sides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He knew, too, that in the summer-time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went...the tree, which stood in the full moonlight. " If I can see that key," he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he perceived a piece of bark i885.)...
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Fanciful Tales

Frank Richard Stockton - Children - 1894 - 135 pages
...hill-sides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He knew, too, that in the summer-time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went...trunk of the tree, which stood in the full moonlight. " II I see that key," he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark standing...
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Fanciful Tales

Frank Richard Stockton - Children - 1901 - 135 pages
...hill-sides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He knew, too, that in the summer-time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went...he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark standing out from the tree, which looked to him very much like the handle of...
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The Hill Readers, Book 4

Daniel Harvey Hill, Frank Lincoln Stevens, Charles William Burkett, Jessie May Snyder - Readers - 1906
...tree !" he exclaimed. " If it is, I '11 let her out." Old Pipes had never, to his knowledge, seen a IB Dryad tree, but he knew there were such trees on the...before the sun went down, a Dryad could come out of her 20 tree if any one could find the key which locked her in, and turn it. Old Pipes closely examined...
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The Hill Readers, Book 4

Daniel Harvey Hill, Frank Lincoln Stevens, Charles William Burkett, Jessie May Snyder - Readers - 1906
...summer time, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went down, a Dryad could come out of her 20 tree if any one could find the key which locked her...he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark 25 standing out from the tree, which looked to him very much like the handle...
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Story Telling, what to Tell and how to Tell it

Edna Lyman Scott - Storytelling - 1910 - 229 pages
...hill-sides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He knew, too, that in the summertime, on those days when the moon rose before the sun went...he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark standing out from the tree, which looked to him very much like the handle of...
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The Young and Field Literary Readers: Book one-[six], Book 7

Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, Walter Taylor Field - Readers - 1914
...knew there were such trees on the hillsides and the mountains, and that Dryads lived in them. He 25 knew, too, that in the summer time, on those days...the tree, which stood in the full moonlight. " If 5 I see that key," he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark standing...
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The Young and Field Literary Readers, Book 4

Ella Flagg Young, Maginel Wright Barney, Walter Taylor Field - Readers (Elementary) - 1914
...This must be a Dryad tree ! " he exclaimed. 11 If it is, I 'll let her out." FAIRY AND WONDER STORIES the moon rose before the sun went down, a Dryad could...the tree, which stood in the full moonlight. " If 5 I see that key," he said, " I shall surely turn it." Before long he found a piece of bark standing...
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Branch Library News, Volumes 1-3

New York Public Library - Classified catalogs - 1914
...Edmund Leamy. Rewards and Fairies, by Rudyard Kipling. Old Pipes and the Dryad, by Frank Stockton. "In the summer time, on those days when the moon rose...one could find the key which locked her in and turn i:." Puck of Pook's Hill, by Rudyard Kipling. "I'm fast in lore with all these three The Weald and...
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