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" THE BOY AND THE BUTTERFLY. A BOY, greatly smitten with the colours of a butterfly, pursued it from flower to flower with indefatigable pains. First he aimed to surprise it among the leaves of a rose ; then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on... "
The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ... - Страница 65
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The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge

1781
...Moderation recommended : A Fable. A Boy, fond of a butterfly, purfucd it from flower to flower. Rethought to furprife it among the leaves of a rofe ; then to...cover it with his hat as it was feeding on a daify : he followed it from blof- than play . and that it was impoffible they fom to blofliim ; but the nimble...

Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists ...

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - 1781 - 228 страници
...pains. Firft he aimed to furprifc it among the leaves of a rofe ; then to cover jt with his hat, y& it was feeding on a daify-; now hoped to fecure it, as it refted on a fprigof myrtle; and now grew fure of his prize, perceiving it loiter on a bed of violets. But the fickle....

Introduction to the Art of Thinking

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1789 - 311 страници
...butterfly, purfued it from flower to flower with indefatigable pains. Firft, he aimed to fur- < frift it among the leaves of a rofe ; then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on 2 dairy i now hoped to fecure it as it revelled on a fprig of a myrtle ; and now grew fare cf his prize,...

Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books

Robert Dodsley, Aesop - 1805 - 186 страници
...Butterfly. A BOY, greasly fmitten with the colours of a BUTTERFLY, purfued it from flower to flowerwith indefatigable pains. Firft he aimed to furprife it...feeding on a daify ; now hoped to fecure it, as it refK'd on a fprig of myrtle ; and now grew fure of his prize, perceiving it loiter on a bed of violets....

Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - 1809 - 228 страници
...Boy and the Butterfly. , A BOY, greatly fmitten with the colours of a -*• *• butterfly, purfiied it from flower to flower "with indefatigable pains....then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on a daily ; now hoped to fecnre it, as it refted on a fprig of myrtle ; and now grew fure of his prize,...

Select Fables of Æsop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books by R. Dodsley

Robert Dodsley, Aesop - 1800 - 228 страници
...with the colours of a Butterfly, purfued it from flower to flower with indefatigable pains. Fir ft he aimed to furprife it among the leaves of a rofe...perceiving it loiter on a bed of violets. But the tickle Fly, continually changing one bloflbm for another, ftill eluded his, nttempts. At length, obferving...

Select fables, from Æsop and others

Aesopus - 1820
...flower to flower with indefatigable pains. First he aimed to surprise it among the leaves of a rose ; then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on a daisy ; now hoped to secure it, as it rested on a sprig of myrtle ; and now grew sure of his prize,...

The Juvenile Mentor, Or Select Readings: Being American School Class Book No ...

Albert Picket - 1820 - 282 страници
...embraced with too much ardour, will perish in the grasp. to surprise it among the leaves of a rose, then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on a daisy. At one time he hoped to secure it as it revelled on a sprig of myrtle ; and, at another, grew...

Introduction to the English Reader, Or, A Selection of Pieces, in Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - 1831 - 156 страници
...flower to flower with indefatigable pains. First he aimed to surprise it among the leaves of a rose ; then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on a daisy At one time, he hoped to secure it, aa it reyelkd on a sprig of myrtle ; and at another, grew...

Introduction to the English Reader, Or A Selection of Pieces: In Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - 1831 - 168 страници
...flower to flower with indefatigable pains. First, he aimed to surprise it among the leaves of a rose ; then to cover it with his hat, as it was feeding on a daisy. At one time, he hoped to secure it, as it revelled on a sprig of myr'tle ;* and at another,...




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