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They were about to immolate a turtle–dove, but the Princess saved its life, and let it fly. " The vessel now sailed more quickly. Suddenly they came in sight of a city so beautiful that they were anxious their vessel should enter the port. Their wishes were accomplished; they landed, and the shore in a moment was crowded with people, who had observed the magnificence of their ship. They ran and told the King the news, and as the grand terrace of the Palace looked out upon the sea–shore, he speedily repaired thither.
All this fell out as the Dove foretold. The green bird begged for liberty. " The Princess hastened to do as she was instructed; the rock split from the top to the bottom: she entered with a victorious air the hall in which stood the three Princes with many others; she ran towards Cheri, who did not know her in her helmet and male attire, and could neither speak nor move. The green bird then told the Princess she must rub the eyes and mouth of all those she wished to disenchant with the red feather, which good office she did to all.
She told her husband of it, who was not less surprised than herself. " The Corsair’s wife, whose name was Corsine, was enchanted at this, and loved the four infants so much the more for it. She named the Princess, Belle–Etoile, her eldest brother, Petit–Soleil, the second, Heureux, and the son of Brunette, Cheri. As they grew older, the Corsair applied himself seriously to their education, as he felt convinced there was some great mystery attached to their birth. The Corsair and his wife had never told the story of the four children, who passed for their own.