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" Why so severe ? (the Cub replies), Our senate always held me wise." " How weak is pride ! (returns the sire), All fools are vain when fools admire ! But know, what stupid asses prize, Lions and noble beasts despise. "
Bell's Edition - Страница 30
по John Bell - 1797
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Fables

John Gay - 1728 - 194 страници
...Are trumpets of their own difgrace. Why fo fevere, the Cub replies ? Our fenate always held me wife. How weak is pride, returns the Sire, All fools are vain, when fools admire ! But know, what ftupid affes prize, Lyons and noble beafts defpife. R FABLE XX. The Old HEN and the COCK. Eftrain your...

Elegant edition of fables by John Gay, with the life of the author

John Gay - 1796
...Betrays thy life and conversation ! Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their own disgraee. Why so severe ? the CUB replies ; Our senate always...stupid ASSES prize, LIONS and noble beasts despise. THE OLb HEN AND THE COCK. JK.ESTRAIN your child ; you'll soon believe The text, which says we sprung...

Fables ...: With a Life of the Author

John Gay - 1799 - 237 страници
...trumpets of their own difgrace. , Why fo fevere? the Cub replies: Our fenate always held tne wife. How weak is pride! returns the Sire ; All fools are vain , when fools admire ! But know what ftupid alfes prize, Lions and noble hearts defpife. FABLE XX. The old Hen and the Cock. RESTRAIN your...

Fables

John Gay - 1800 - 235 страници
...highness brays; the lion starts. Puppy, that curs'd vociferation; Betrays thy life and conversation : Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their...All fools are vain, when fools admire ! But know, wh.it stupid asses prize, Lions and noble beasts despise. FABLE XX. THE OLD HElt AND THE COCK. XX E...

The Poetical Works of John Gay, in Three Volumes: Collated with the Best Edition

John Gay - 1806
...Highness brays; the Lion starts. ,.-? Puppy ! that curs'd vociferation Betrays thy life and conversation: Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their...pride ! (returns the sire) All fools are vain when tools admire ! But know, what stupid asses prize, Lions and noble beasts despise.' THE OLD HEN AND...

The Poetical Preceptor; Or, A Collection of Select Pieces of Poetry ...

1806 - 380 страници
...Highness brays ; the Lion starts. Puppy ! that cnrs'd vociferation Betrays thy life and conversation : Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their...own disgrace. Why so severe ? the Cub replies ; Our seuate always held me wise. How weak is pride ! returns the sire 5 All fools are vain when fools admire...

The Poetical Works of John Gay: In Three Volumes. Collated with the Best ...

John Gay, Thomas Park - 1808
...Highuess brays ; the Lion starts. ' Puppy ! that enrs'd vociferation Betrays tin life and conversation : Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their...stupid asses prize, Lions and noble beasts despise.' THE OLD HEN AND THE COCK. RESTRAIN your child ; you'll soon believe The text which says we sprung from...

Gay's Fables: In One Volume Complete

John Gay - 1808 - 122 страници
...raee, Are trumpets of their own disgraee. Why so severe 1 the Cub replies, Our senate always held'me wise. How weak is 'pride ! returns the sire, All fools...stupid asses prize, Lions and noble beasts despise. -ff ' FABLE XX. . ( The Old Hen and the Coek RESTRAIN your ehild ; 'yon'll soon believe, The text whieh...

The Poetical Works of the Late Christopher Anstey, Esq: With Some Account of ...

Christopher Anstey, John Anstey - 1808 - 503 страници
...Highness brays ; the Lion starts ; Puppy, that curs'd vociferation Betrays thy life and conversation : Coxcombs, an ever-noisy race, Are trumpets of their...severe? the Cub replies; Our senate always held me wise. Sordida, laudis avens, petiit convivia vulgus Quae dedit, et viles instituere ferae; Tola asinis vitas...

Elegant Extracts, Томове 1–2

Vicesimus Knox - 1809
...: Puppy! that curs'd vociferation Betrays thy Kfe and conversation : Cnccombs, an ever-noisy face, all might sec, Still, as of § 1 10. FABLE xx. The uld Hen and the Cock HZSTRAIH your child ; you '11 soon believe The text wliich...




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