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For long he had heard his parents speak of the beautiful Princess who sat in the golden castle at the top of the Glass Mountain.
When the queen got home, she went straight to her glass, and spoke to it as before; but to her great grief it still said:
"What is there about Mr Glass and his money troubles that should impel such urgency?"
On Natasha's table stood two looking glasses which Dunyasha had prepared beforehand.
The Glass Cat was also a wonderful creature to little Ojo, who had never seen or known anything of magic before, although he had lived in the Fairyland of Oz ever since he was born.
The coffin fell to the floor, the glass was shattered to bits by the concussion.
In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had jumped lightly down into the Looking-glass room.
"My dear old doctor," cried she, "pray favor me with another glass!"
'Tis true that its height was made up of three Venetian plates of glass, placed one above another, and its breadth of three similar parallelograms in juxtaposition."
People heard the sound of breaking glass and shuffling feet within the saloon and came running.
The houses of the city were all made of glass, so clear and transparent that one could look through the walls as easily as through a window.
A momentary expression of astonishment, not unmixed with some confusion, appeared in the face of Sir Mulberry as he read the name; but he subdued it in an instant, and tossing the card to Lord Verisopht, who sat opposite, drew a toothpick from a glass before him, and very leisurely applied it to his mouth.
He knows every man should ought to have a glass. That's why he barks."
'Step to that closet and bring me a bottle you will see there, and a glass.'
How comes that?" and Tom held out the piece of glass to Wilson.