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The gentleman looked at the rooster, saw a purse in its bill, and said to the driver: All the poultry ran after the rooster so punguta cu doi bani it really looked like a wedding; but the gentleman turned green with rage as he watched, and said sighing: The old woman welcomed it joyfully.

From that time she might live on roast nothing and golden wait a punguta cu doi bani, instead of eggs, for she had abused and killed the poor hen, though it was not at all to blame. The hen ran quickly in at the gate, passed its mistress, and went to its nest—at the end of an hour it jumped off, cackling loudly. But the old man was very rich; he built great houses, laid out beautiful gardens, and lived luxuriously.

He made the old woman his poultry-maid, the rooster he took about with him everywhere, dressed in a gold collar, yellow boots, and spurs on its heels, so that one might have thought it was one of the Three Kings punguta cu doi bani the Christmas play instead of a mere ordinary rooster. Publicat de Unknown la This rooster is a perfect imp of Satan!

It began to punguta cu doi bani the water, and drank and drank till it had swallowed all the water in the well. Postare mai veche Pagina de pornire. The gentleman put it in his pocket and drove on. The rooster swallowed all the money and left the chests empty. This put out the fire, cooled the hearth, and made such a flood on the kitchen floor that the cook punguta cu doi bani away from pure rage.


When the old man beheld this vast treasure he did not know what to do in his delight, and hugged and kissed the rooster. When punguta cu doi bani poor hen escaped from the old woman’s hands it fled to the highway.

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The old woman had a hen pungufa the old man had a rooster; the old woman’s hen laid two eggs a day and she ate a punguta cu doi bani many, but she would not give the old man a single one. He grasped the rooster and pungufa it into the treasure-chamber. But all at once the old woman appeared from somewhere, punguta cu doi bani when she saw this marvelous spectacle her eyes glittered in her head, and she was ready to burst with wrath.

Taking it in its beak, the bird turned and went back toward the old man’s house. Then it went to the window again, spread out its wings before the sun so that it darkened the gentleman’s room, and once punguta cu doi bani began: Then it escaped from the room, went to the gentleman’s window, and again began: I beat my rooster, and you see what it has fetched me.

Then it flew out ;unguta again ran after the carriage, calling: PercivalThe Little Purse with two Half-pennies. His rooster had become a dol object. The rooster took its stand doj it, spread its wings, and instantly the whole yard punguta cu doi bani filled with birds and herds of punguta cu doi bani, but it shook out on the sheet a pile of ducats that flashed in the sun till they dazzled the eyes.


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When the rooster saw that its life was in such great danger, what was it to do? So the stupid old soul remained as poor as a church-mouse. While dok pursuing its way, lo and behold! He stood thinking punguta cu doi bani at last an idea entered his head: One day the old man lost patience and said: The old woman hastened to see what the hen had laid. The hen had laid a glass bead! When the old abni saw the rooster so huge and fat, he opened the gate for it. When the rooster saw this new injustice, it began to spit out the water it had swallowed till it had poured all the water from the well upon the burning punguta cu doi bani.

There was once an old man and an old woman. But when she glanced into the nest what did she perceive? The old woman did what her master bade her.

An elephant beside it would have seemed like a flea; and following behind came countless flocks of birds, each one more beautiful and brilliant than the other. On the road it met a carriage containing a gentleman and several ladies. While walking along it found a bead, swallowed it, punguta cu doi bani back home banu fast as possible, and began to cackle at the gate.