History Literature / CapORushes

26th Feb '16 3:57:30 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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The sick son was served gruel on his sick bed, and after Cap O' Rushes persuaded the cook to have her make the gruel for him, she was able to put the ring into the gruel bowl, allowing the son to find her and marry her. At the wedding party, Cap O' Rushes told the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turned out to be amongst the guests, started to weep because he now realised what his daughter had meant, and he feared she was dead. Cap O' Rushes then revealed herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.

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The sick son was served gruel on his sick bed, and after Cap O' Rushes persuaded the cook to have her make the gruel for him, she was able to put the ring into the gruel bowl, allowing the son to find her and marry her. At the wedding party, Cap O' Rushes told the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turned out to be amongst the guests, started to weep because he now realised what his daughter had meant, and he feared she was dead. Cap O' Rushes then revealed herself as his daughter, daughter and forgave him, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
26th Feb '16 3:52:41 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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Eventually, the girl found a great house where she begged a job scrubbing the dishes, and because she gave them no name, they called her "Cap O' Rushes," due to her cloak. One night, the house held a ball and Cap O' Rushes sneaked into the party by taking off her cloak so her fine clothes were on full display. The master's son saw her at the ball and fell in love with her, but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gave her a ring. When he still could not find her, he fell sick.

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Eventually, the girl found a great house where she begged a job scrubbing the dishes, and because she gave them no name, they called her "Cap O' Rushes," due to her cloak. One night, the house held a ball and Cap O' Rushes sneaked into the party by taking off her cloak so her fine clothes were on full display. The master's son saw her at the ball and fell in love with her, but was unable to get out of her who she was. After they met at two more balls, he gave her a ring. When he the son still could not find her, he fell sick.
26th Feb '16 3:47:39 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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The sick son was served gruel on his sick bed, and after Cap O' Rushes to persuade the cook to make the gruel for him, she was able to put the ring into the gruel bowl, allowing the son to find her and marry her. At the wedding party, Cap O' Rushes told the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turned out to be amongst the guests, started to weep because he now realised what his daughter had meant, and he feared she was dead. Cap O' Rushes then revealed herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.

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The sick son was served gruel on his sick bed, and after Cap O' Rushes to persuade persuaded the cook to have her make the gruel for him, she was able to put the ring into the gruel bowl, allowing the son to find her and marry her. At the wedding party, Cap O' Rushes told the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turned out to be amongst the guests, started to weep because he now realised what his daughter had meant, and he feared she was dead. Cap O' Rushes then revealed herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
26th Feb '16 3:43:27 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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Eventually, the girl found a great house where she begged a job scrubbing the dishes, and because she gave them no name, they called her "Cap O' Rushes," due to her cloak. One night, the house held a ball and Cap O' Rushes sneaked into the party by taking off her cloak so her fine clothes were on full display. The master's son saw her at the ball and fell in love with her, but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gave her a ring. When he still can not find her, he fell sick.

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Eventually, the girl found a great house where she begged a job scrubbing the dishes, and because she gave them no name, they called her "Cap O' Rushes," due to her cloak. One night, the house held a ball and Cap O' Rushes sneaked into the party by taking off her cloak so her fine clothes were on full display. The master's son saw her at the ball and fell in love with her, but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gave her a ring. When he still can could not find her, he fell sick.
26th Feb '16 3:43:01 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds, the girl made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turns out to be amongst the guests, starts to weep because he now realises what his daughter had meant, and now he fears she is dead. Cap O' Rushes then reveals herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.

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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, said, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds, the girl made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually to hide her fine clothing.

Eventually, the girl
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The sick son was served gruel on his sick bed, and after Cap O' Rushes to persuade the cook to make the gruel for him, she was able to put
the ring in into the soup she makes him, and he finds gruel bowl, allowing the son to find her and marries marry her. She tells At the wedding party, Cap O' Rushes told the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turns turned out to be amongst the guests, starts started to weep because he now realises realised what his daughter had meant, and now he fears feared she is was dead. Cap O' Rushes then reveals revealed herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
26th Feb '16 3:05:24 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds she made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turns out to be amongst the guests, starts to weep because he now realises what his daughter had meant, and now he fears she is dead. Cap O' Rushes then reveals herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.

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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds she wilds, the girl made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turns out to be amongst the guests, starts to weep because he now realises what his daughter had meant, and now he fears she is dead. Cap O' Rushes then reveals herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
26th Feb '16 3:02:38 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds she made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept because he realized what his youngest daughter had meant. She reveals herself.

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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. While wandering in the wilds she made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of This left all the dishes without flavour, and her father, who turns out to be amongst the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept starts to weep because he realized now realises what his youngest daughter had meant. She meant, and now he fears she is dead. Cap O' Rushes then reveals herself.
herself as his daughter, and they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
26th Feb '16 2:57:56 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. She made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and went to work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept because he realized what his youngest daughter had meant. She reveals herself.

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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. She While wandering in the wilds she made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and went to eventually found work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept because he realized what his youngest daughter had meant. She reveals herself.
26th Feb '16 2:54:31 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Angry, he threw her out. She made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and went to work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept because he realized what his youngest daughter had meant. She reveals herself.

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A rich man asked his daughters how much they loved him. The oldest say, more than her life; the next, like the whole world; the youngest, like meat loves salt. Angry, Believing the youngest daughter's statement to vulgar rather than flattering, he flew into a rage and threw her out. She made herself a cloak with a hood, out of rushes, and went to work in a kitchen at a great house, where they called her Cap O' Rushes. Then there was a ball, and she went dressed with a gown she had brought with her. The master's son fell in love with her but was unable to get out of her who she was. After two more balls, he gives her a ring. When he still can not find her, he falls sick. She puts the ring in the soup she makes him, and he finds her and marries her. She tells the cook to make the meal without any salt. Her father is one of the guests, and when they realize that the meal had no taste because it had no salt, he wept because he realized what his youngest daughter had meant. She reveals herself.
23rd Nov '15 12:13:07 PM eroock
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'''''Cap O' Rushes''''' is an English FairyTale collected by Creator/JosephJacobs (in ''English Fairy Tales'').

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'''''Cap ''Cap O' Rushes''''' Rushes'' is an English FairyTale collected by Creator/JosephJacobs (in ''English Fairy Tales'').
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