When the king came and saw this, he was greatly astonished and pleased
The girl passed on, going from room to room of the house, but they were all
All night long they walked, and it was morning before they reached the mill
By the side of a wood, in a country a long way off, ran a fine stream of water
He rode on with the princess, till at last he came to the village where he had left his two brothers.
Now the king felt great joy at this, and commanded that his entire household should eat with him next day, and made a great feast.
And the king sent two waiting-maids and two attendants into the tower, to fetch the queen and bring her to the royal table.
Our honest friend journeyed on his way too; and if he was merry before, he was now ten times more so.
One of these lucky beings was neighbour Hans. Seven long years he had worked hard for his master.
The bird flew out of the tree, and brought a gold and silver dress
For she had run as quickly as she could through the pigeon-house
The prince took the shoe, and went the next day to the king his father
But when they came to the hazel-tree the little dove sat there still