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Took out his troll's eyes, lost no time. silver-mounted knife, and went Thereupon he cut out the But the courtier He climbed down from his tree and his way. SILVERWHITE 47 forced the princess to promise to say that he, and none other, had rescued her. Then they returned to the castle, where the courtier was acclaimed as the greatest of heroes. On the third day Silverwhite his side, sword at called his three dogs to him, and again wandered down to the hung sea-shore. his As he was sitting by the strand, he saw the youngest princess led out of the city, and with her the daring courtier who claimed to have rescued her sisters.
One may imagine what a fine parade march it was, for some of them had grown a little loose-jointed in the knees. The duke charged them to carry his greetings to the king, and say that he would soon pay him a visit. When the duke was alone once more, he began to think of the princess again, and whether she were really as beautiful as the soldiers had said. He decided he would like to find out for himself. so many was Since strange things had happened that day, it quite possible, thought he. " Lasse, !
LASSE, in all sorts of horse-play, and of paper under the duke's nose. But who all dead, and the two. waving the scrap are hanging on the gallows are not Lasse was the greater fool of this time The duke snatched and from his hand! " Everything was it is once, and else just as it was dark, bring the princess attended to with alarming and soon all was exactly as it had been before Lasse had decamped. When the king awoke the following morning, he looked out of the window as usual, and there the castle was standing as before, with its weatherrapidity, cocks gleaming handsomely in the sunlight.