HANS ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES
right into the King's face, and the King declared he was quite disgusted by his rudeness.
'I SAY NOTHING FOR THE PRESENT,'
REMARKED THE KING
The frog stood still as if lost in thought; at last people fancied he did not intend to jump at all.
'I'm afraid he is ill!' said the dog; and he went snuffing260