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After work, sabo

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I am happier than ever."

But the paper did not go on its travels; it was sent to the

printer, and all the words written upon it were set up in type, to

make a book, or rather, many hundreds of books; for so many more

persons could derive pleasure and profit from a printed book, than

from the written paper; and if the paper had been sent around the

world, it would have been worn out before it had got half through

its journey.

"This is certainly the wisest plan," said the written paper; "I

really did not think of that.

I shall remain at home, and be held in

honor, like some old grandfather, as I really am to all these new

books. They will do some good. I could not have wandered about as they

do. Yet he who wrote all this has looked at me, as every word flowed

from his pen upon my surface. I am the most honored of all."

Then the paper was tied in a bundle with other papers, and

thrown into a tub that stood in the washhouse.

"After work, it is well to rest," said the paper, "and a very good

opportunity to collect one's thoughts.


"After work, it is well to rest," said the paper, "and a very good

opportunity to collect one's thoughts. Now I am able, for the first

time, to think of my real condition; and to know one's self is true

progress. What will be done with me now, I wonder? No doubt I shall

still go forward. I have always progressed hitherto, as I know quite

well."

Now it happened one day that all the paper in the tub was taken

out, and laid on the hearth to be burnt. People said it could not be

sold at the shop, to wrap up butter and sugar, because it had been

written upon.

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The lions represent strength;sabo

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But the old grandfather remained sitting at his work and

carving away at the last part of it, which was the Danish arms. And

when he had finished he looked at the whole figure, and thought of all

he had heard and read, and what he had that evening related to his

little grandson. Then he nodded his head, wiped his spectacles and put

them on, and said, "Ah, yes; Holger Danske will not appear in my

lifetime, but the boy who is in bed there may very likely live to

see him when the event really comes to pass."

And

when he had finished he looked at the whole figure, and thought of all

he had heard and read, and what he had that evening related to his

little grandson. Then he nodded his head, wiped his spectacles and put

them on, and said, "Ah, yes; Holger Danske will not appear in my

lifetime, but the boy who is in bed there may very likely live to

see him when the event really comes to pass." And the old

grandfather nodded again; and the more he looked at Holger Danske, the

more satisfied he felt that he had carved a good image of him.

It

seemed to glow with the color of life; the armor glittered like iron

and steel. The hearts in the Danish arms grew more and more red; while

the lions, with gold crowns on their heads, were leaping up. "That

is the most beautiful coat of arms in the world," said the old man.

"The lions represent strength; and the hearts, gentleness and love."

And as he gazed on the uppermost lion, he thought of King Canute,

who chained great England to Denmark's throne; and he looked at the

second lion, and thought of Waldemar, who untied Denmark and conquered

the Vandals.

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You met, sabo

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Nor do they know anything of the Danish King who here,

in the face of the coming foe, took an oath before all his trembling

courtiers that he would hold out with the citizens of his capital, and

die here in his nest; they know nothing of the men who have fought

here, or of the women who from here have drenched with boiling water

the enemy, clad in white, and 'biding in the snow to surprise the

city.

"No! the poor little ones are playing with light, childish

spirits. Play on, play on, thou little maiden! Soon the years will

come- yes, those glorious years.

Play on, play on, thou little maiden! Soon the years will

come- yes, those glorious years. The priestly hands have been laid

on the candidates for confirmation; hand in hand they walk on the

green rampart. Thou hast a white frock on; it has cost thy mother much

labor, and yet it is only cut down for thee out of an old larger

dress! You will also wear a red shawl; and what if it hang too far

down? People will only see how large, how very large it is. You are

thinking of your dress, and of the Giver of all good- so glorious is

it to wander on the green rampart!

"And the years roll by; they have no lack of dark days, but you

have your cheerful young spirit, and you have gained a friend- you

know not how.

You are

thinking of your dress, and of the Giver of all good- so glorious is

it to wander on the green rampart!

"And the years roll by; they have no lack of dark days, but you

have your cheerful young spirit, and you have gained a friend- you

know not how. You met, oh, how often! You walk together on the rampart

in the fresh spring, on the high days and holidays, when all the world

come out to walk upon the ramparts, and all the bells of the church

steeples seem to be singing a song of praise for the coming spring.

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The fish had been caught, sabo

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The boat whirled round three

or four times, and then filled with water to the very edge; nothing

could save it from sinking. He now stood up to his neck in water,

while deeper and deeper sank the boat, and the paper became soft and

loose with the wet, till at last the water closed over the soldier's

head. He thought of the elegant little dancer whom he should never see

again, and the words of the song sounded in his ears-



"Farewell, warrior! ever brave,

Drifting onward to thy grave."





Then the paper boat fell to pieces, and the soldier sank into

the water and immediately afterwards was swallowed up by a great fish.

Oh how dark it was inside the fish! A great deal darker than in the

tunnel, and narrower too, but the tin soldier continued firm, and

lay at full length shouldering his musket. The fish swam to and fro,

making the most wonderful movements, but at last he became quite

still. After a while, a flash of lightning seemed to pass through him,

and then the daylight approached, and a voice cried out, "I declare

here is the tin soldier."

The fish swam to and fro,

making the most wonderful movements, but at last he became quite

still. After a while, a flash of lightning seemed to pass through him,

and then the daylight approached, and a voice cried out, "I declare

here is the tin soldier." The fish had been caught, taken to the

market and sold to the cook, who took him into the kitchen and cut him

open with a large knife. She picked up the soldier and held him by the

waist between her finger and thumb, and carried him into the room.

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Did not you think,sabo

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But no sooner had he made it clear to himself and his friends that she had hardly a good feature in her face, than he began to find it was rendered uncommonly intelligent by the beautiful expression of her dark eyes. To this discovery succeeded some others equally mortifying. Though he had detected with a critical eye more than one failure of perfect symmetry in her form, he was forced to acknowledge her figure to be light and pleasing; and in spite of his asserting that her manners were not those of the fashionable world, he was caught by their easy playfulness.

Of this she was perfectly unaware; -- to her he was only the man who made himself agreeable no where, and who had not thought her handsome enough to dance with.

He began to wish to know more of her, and as a step towards conversing with her himself, attended to her conversation with others. His doing so drew her notice. It was at Sir William Lucas's, where a large party were assembled. ``What does Mr. Darcy mean,'' said she to Charlotte, ``by listening to my conversation with Colonel Forster?''

``That is a question which Mr.

Darcy only can answer.''

``But if he does it any more, I shall certainly let him know that I see what he is about. He has a very satirical eye, and if I do not begin by being impertinent myself, I shall soon grow afraid of him.''

On his approaching them soon afterwards, though without seeming to have any intention of speaking, Miss Lucas defied her friend to mention such a subject to him, which immediately provoking Elizabeth to do it, she turned to him and said,

``Did not you think, Mr.

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