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  • Connla of the Golden Hair was the son of Conn the Hundred-fighter.

    Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories The Young Folks Treasury, Volume 1

  • He said he wanted to meet the girl with the Golden Hair who was going to marry his son.

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  • "Come up, come up, Golden Hair; here is your happy home."

    The National Nursery Book With 120 illustrations

  • "Oh, you darling," sang the blackbird; and Golden Hair laughed with glee, for she liked to be loved.

    The National Nursery Book With 120 illustrations

  • Little Bear's was the nicest, because it had sugar in it, and Golden Hair thought it was good.

    The National Nursery Book With 120 illustrations

  • As they sailed under St. Paul's the boat was crowded with people going west to see the celebrations in honour of the birthday, and the band was playing And her Golden Hair was hanging down her Back.

    The Christian A Story

  • "It reminded me of the story of Golden Hair, when she had gone to sleep on the bear's bed, the way Mrs. Forbes said, 'This is your grandfather's chair!'"


  • Connla of the Golden Hair was lured away by a fairy maiden, and taken, in a 'gleaming, straight-gliding, strong, crystal canoe,' to her domain in the hills; and Oisin, you remember, was transported to the

    Penelope's Irish Experiences

  • So she told her women, that she had borne the child, and they called him Gwri of the Golden Hair.

    Welsh Fairy Tales

  • There was a cry of pain from a distant corner, and Hugh awoke to consciousness -- awoke to know it was no dream -- the soft hands on his brow, the kiss upon his lips -- for Golden Hair was there; and by the tears she dropped upon his face, and the mute caresses she gave him, he knew that Sam had told him truly.

    Bad Hugh


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