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I went down on my hands and knees to look for him, for I felt very curious to know how young Frogs ought to be amused.
"Would it save time," I suggested, "if I were to walk round with Sylvie, to drive up the Frogs, while you get the Theatre ready?"
So the Prince drank his fill, and then, by the command of the Little Green Frog, he lay down on the grass to rest himself.
Farewell, Prince; I wish you good luck,' and with these words the Little Frog plunged into the water and disappeared.
"With lodging, certainly," said the First Frog; "but I don't see the board."
"Frogs or no frogs, I'm not the editor of a paper and I don't want to defend them; but I am speaking of the unanimity in the intellectual world," said Sergey Ivanovitch, addressing his brother.
I believe it is well ascertained, that the bladder of the frog acts as a reservoir for the moisture necessary to its existence: such seems to be the case with the tortoise.
Then the princess ran to the door and opened it, and there she saw the frog, whom she had quite forgotten.
While she was speaking the frog knocked again at the door, and said:
"A new arrival, I see!" said the Frog. "Well, after all there is nothing like mud.
"What a delightful voice you have!" cried the Frog. "Really it is quite like a croak, and croaking is of course the most musical sound in the world.
"Frog was the strongest dog of the bunch," Bill pronounced finally.