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      A mother had a little boy of seven years who was so attractive and good natured that no one could look at him without liking him, and he was dearer to her than anything else in the world.
      Then his wife had a baby, and the top half was a hedgehog and the bottom half a boy. When she saw the baby, she was horrified and said, Now see what you have wished upon us!
      One day a peasant took his good hazel stick out of the corner and said to his wife, "Trina, I am going across country, and shall not return for three days.
      Once upon a time there was a king who had twelve daughters, each one more beautiful than the others. They slept together in one room, where their beds stood next to each other.
      Once upon a time there was a young fellow who enlisted as a soldier, conducted himself bravely, and was always at the very front when it was raining bullets.
      Oh, yes, if her mother Milk-Cow, her brother High-Pride, her sister Cheese-Love, and Fair Katrinelje are willing, the wedding can take place.
      Oh, said the father sadly, I cannot give you anything more, and in these hard times I cannot earn a heller more than what we need for our daily bread.
      If that's the problem, said the man, then I'll go into the woods, and get some wood for a reel.
      Once upon a time there was a poor peasant by the name of Crab who drove two oxen with a load of wood into town where he sold it to a doctor for two thalers.
      Once seven Swabians were together. The first was Herr Schulz, the second Jackli, the third Marli, the fourth Jergli, the fifth Michal, the sixth Hans, and the seventh Veitli.
      Once upon a time there was a peasant whose wife appealed to the village priest. The priest wanted ever so much to spend an entire day alone with her, and the peasant's wife was quite willing.
      The horse was sad, and went to the forest to seek a little protection there from the weather. There the fox met him and said, Why do you hang your head so, and go about all alone?
      There once lived an old queen whose husband had been dead for many years, and she had a beautiful daughter. When the princess grew up she was promised in marriage to a prince who lived far away.
      Once upon a time there was a child who was willful and did not do what his mother wanted. For this reason God was displeased with him and caused him to become ill, and no doctor could help him, and in a short time he lay on his deathbed.
      Once upon a time there was a man who was about to set forth on a long journey. At his departure he asked his three daughters what he should bring for them when he returned.
      Once upon a time there was a rich man who had a servant who served him diligently and honestly. Every morning he was the first one out of bed, and at night the last one to go to bed.
      Hans had served his master for seven years, so he said to him, Master, my time is up. Now I would like to go back home to my mother. Give me my wages.
      A little brother and little sister were playing by a well, and while they were playing there they both fell in. A water nixie was down there. She said, Now I have you. Now you will have to work diligently for me, and she led them away with her.
      Once upon a time there was a very, very old man. His eyes had grown dim, his ears deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could scarcely hold a spoon. He spilled soup on the tablecloth, and, beside that, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth.
      There was a cook whose name was Gretel. She wore shoes with red heels, and whenever she went out wearing them she would turn this way and that way, and she was very cheerful, thinking, You are a beautiful girl!
      It happened that the cat met Mr. Fox in the woods. She thought, He is intelligent and well experienced, and is highly regarded in the world, so she spoke to him in a friendly manner, Good-day, my dear Mr. Fox. How is it going? How are you? How are you getting by in these hard times?
      Once upon a time the fox was talking to the wolf about the strength of man, how no animal could withstand him, and how all were obliged to employ cunning in order to protect themselves from him.
      It was three hundred years before the birth of Christ the Lord, and there lived a mother who had twelve sons, but she was so poor and needy that she did not know how she would be able to keep them alive.
      Once in the wintertime when the snow was very deep, a poor boy had to go out and fetch wood on a sled. After he had gathered it together and loaded it, he did not want to go straight home, because he was so frozen, but instead to make a fire and warm himself a little first.
      Ages ago, when God himself walked upon earth, the ground's fertility was much greater than it now is. At that time the ears did not return fifty or sixty-fold, but rather four to five hundred-fold.
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