The Lion and the Unicorn and Other Stories = 獅子與獨角獸及其他故事點閱：8
作者：Richard Harding Davis[原作] ;甦活中英文編輯所[編輯]
出版社：Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路
出版地：Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市
Prentiss had a long lease on the house, and because it stood in Jermyn Street the upper floors were, as a matter of course, turned into lodgings for single gentlemen; and because Prentiss was a Florist to the Queen, he placed a lion and unicorn over his flowershop, just in front of the middle window on the first floor. By stretching a little, each of them could see into the window just beyond him, and could hear all that was said inside; and such things as they saw and heard during the reign of Captain Carrington, who moved in at the same time they did! By day the table in the centre of the room was covered with maps, and the Captain sat with a box of pins, with different-colored flags wrapped around them, and amused himself by sticking them in the maps and measuring the spaces in between, swearing meanwhile to himself.