"And look at those other steps—the broad, shallow ones—going up to that doorway. It must have been the door into the great hall."
"Ages ago, by the look of it," said Edmund. (2.2-3)
"Caspian the Tenth, King of Narnia, and long may he reign!" answered the Dwarf. "That is to say, he ought to be King of Narnia and we hope he will be. At present he is only King of us Old Narnians—"
"What do you mean by Old Narnians, please?" asked Lucy. (3.48-49)
"And there were Dwarfs. And there were lovely little Fauns in all the woods. They had feet like goats. And—"
"That's all nonsense, for babies," said the King sternly. (4.11-12)