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The maids of honor had great difficulty to keep from bursting out laughing at the flight of the cross old prime minister; and the Queen pretended to arrange her bodice, made of the gossamer wing of the katydid to hide a smile; but now, reclining on her throne, and gracefully fanning herself with her right wing, she indulged in a pleasant chat with her favorites, about Charley. ” The Fairy Nightcaps, - Frances Elizabeth Barrow.
In most of the houses there are bamboo cages for " the shrill- voiced Katydid and the children amuse themselves with feeding these vociferous grasshoppers. ” Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan, - Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy).

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