Excerpt from Aladdin, and the Wonderful Lamp
Bulbul should be the wife of Aladdin. The happy youth then summoned the Genius of the Lamp to assist him; and shortly set out for the Palace. He was dressed in a handsome suit of clothes, and rode a beautiful horse; by his side marched a number of attendants, scattering handfuls of gold among the people. As soon as they were married, Aladdin ordered the Genius of the Lamp to build, in the course of a night, a most superb Palace, and there the young couple lived quite happily for some time. One day, when Aladdin was out hunting with the Sultan, the wicked Ma gician, who had heard of his good luck, and wished to get hold of the Magic Lamp, cried out in the streets, New lamps for old ones' A silly maid in the Palace, hearing this, got leave of the Prin cess to change Aladdin's old Lamp, which she had seen on a cornice where he always left it, for a new one, and so the Magician got possession of it.had been the cause of all their trouble by partlng with the wonderful Lamp. Aladdin, however, con.
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