it is beautiful!' And they advised him to wear these new and magnificent clothes
for the first time at the great procession which was soon to take place.
He was at first bare and out of doors; but though this was pleasant enough in serene and warm weather, by daylight, the rainy season and the winter, to say nothing of the torrid sun, would perhaps have nipped his race in the bud if he had not made haste to clothe
himself with the shelter of a house.
AND she gave them their nice clean clothes
; and all the little animals and birds were so very much obliged to dear Mrs.
All his retinue now strained their eyes, hoping to discover something on the looms, but they could see no more than the others; nevertheless, they all exclaimed, "Oh, how beautiful!" and advised his majesty to have some new clothes
made from this splendid material, for the approaching procession.
On this he gave his orders to the servants, who got the waggon out, harnessed the mules, and put them to, while the girl brought the clothes
down from the linen room and placed them on the waggon.
The consul tells me you suspected some one of taking your papers and your clothes
But her mother said, 'It is all of no use, you cannot go; you have no clothes
, and cannot dance, and you would only put us to shame': and off she went with her two daughters to the ball.
He took up all my clothes
in his pastern, one piece after another, and examined them diligently; he then stroked my body very gently, and looked round me several times; after which, he said, it was plain I must be a perfect YAHOO; but that I differed very much from the rest of my species in the softness, whiteness, and smoothness of my skin; my want of hair in several parts of my body; the shape and shortness of my claws behind and before; and my affectation of walking continually on my two hinder feet.
Now, however, instead of the great white cloak, he had no clothes
on at all, save a short woollen shirt and a pair of leather shoes.
The stout Cobbler got no further in his song, for of a sudden six horsemen burst upon them where they sat, and seized roughly upon the honest craftsman, hauling him to his feet, and nearly plucking the clothes
from him as they did so.
But indeed, putting them in any clothes
at all seems absurd to my mind.
"So were human beings born without clothes
," he replied; "and until they became civilized they wore only their natural skins.