Belgian fairy tales by William Elliot Griffis

By William Elliot Griffis

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Men caught him and put him their boilers and pipes. They made and gauges, pistons and valves, that are like the bits, and and all bridles, inside of stopcocks the things and traces, in which they harness horses. Now have got him well hitched, they make him work that they day and often all night. He has to drive ships and engines, motors and plows, cars and wagons, and inventions and machinery of all sorts. They use him for pumping, hoisting, pounding, lighting, heating, and no one knows all what.

Man was vexed Well, the American enough, when the president of the Congress ordered all human beings and strangers of every sort to leave the house, and then locked the door, so that everything was done in secret. This was the only time in Belgium, that the Yet story-teller was not courteously treated. the reason is plain. tary were both The President and afraid that this tourist, secre- who had really, many times visited Belgium, just to get better acquainted with the fairies, was a prude, who didn't believe in letting children know anything about fairies.

Men caught him and put him their boilers and pipes. They made and gauges, pistons and valves, that are like the bits, and and all bridles, inside of stopcocks the things and traces, in which they harness horses. Now have got him well hitched, they make him work that they day and often all night. He has to drive ships and engines, motors and plows, cars and wagons, and inventions and machinery of all sorts. They use him for pumping, hoisting, pounding, lighting, heating, and no one knows all what.

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