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" I beseech you, friends,' replied the monkey ; ' we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you ; what remains is due to me in right of my office. "
Select Fables of Æsop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books by R. Dodsley - Page 132
by Aesop, Robert Dodsley - 1800 - 228 pages
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The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ...

Complete fabulist - 1732 - 402 pages
...what remained. Not fo faft, I befeech ye, friends, replied the monkey ; we owe j«ftice to ourlelves as well as to you ; what remains is due to me in right of my office : Upon which, he fluffed the whole into his mouth, and with great gravity difmiflid the court. CVIM. The STORK and the...
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A Grammar of the Dutch Language

Baldwin Janson - Dutch language - 1792 - 248 pages
...deliver to them what remained. Not fo faft, I befeech you, friends, replied the Monkey ; we owe juflice to ourfelves as well as to you : what remains is due...crammed the whole into his mouth, and with great gravity difmijjed the court. VERCIERZEL X. De plaag onder de Beeften. EENE doodelyke ziekte woedede eens tuffchen...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1805 - 260 pages
...the poor Cats, feeing their Cheefe gradually diminifhing, intreated him to give himfelf no further trouble, but deliver to them what remained. Not fo...crammed the whole into his mouth, and with great gravity difmifled the court. FABLE L. TJ}e Two Dags. HASTY and inconfiderate connexions are generally attended...
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Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1809 - 316 pages
...what remained. Not Co faft, I belt-celt y6u, friends, replied the Monkey ; we owe julHce to ourielves as well as to you : what remains is due to me in right...Upon which he crammed the whole into his. mouth, and viih great gravity dUmiffed the court. FABLE L. The two Dogs. ', •TTASTY and inconfiderate connexions...
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The Easy Reader, Or, Introduction to the National Preceptor: Consisting of ...

Jesse Olney - Readers - 1833 - 150 pages
...so fast, I beseech you, good ladies," said Pug: "we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you; and what remains is due to me, in right of my office." Upon this he crammed the whole into his mouth at once, and with great wisdom broke up the court. » MORAL....
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Fables: Original and Selected, by the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey - Fables - 1842 - 608 pages
...remained. " Not so fast, I beseech you, friends," replied the monkey ; " we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you ; what remains is due to me in right...crammed the whole into his mouth, and with great gravity dismissed the court. THE ELM-TREE AND THE VINE. AN extravagant young vine, vainly ambitious of independence,...
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Fables selected from Dodsley, Croxall, &c. and revised

Fables - 1846 - 98 pages
...remained. " Not so fast, I beseech you, friends," replied the monkey ; " we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you ; what remains is due to me in right...Upon which he crammed the whole into his mouth, and made off, leaving the poor cats to console themselves as they best could. 54. THE TWO HORSES. Two horses...
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The ladder to learning: fables, ed. by mrs. Trimmer

Ladder - 1849 - 314 pages
...fast, I beseech you, good ladies," said Pug : " we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you ; and what remains is due to me, in right of my office." Upon this he crammed the whole into his mouth at once, and with great wisdom broke up the court. MORAL....
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Reading exercises, for schools, by David Blair

sir Richard Phillips - 1853 - 200 pages
...so fast, I beseech you, good ladies," said Pug: " we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you; and what remains is due to me in right of my office." Upon this he crammed the whole into his mouth at once, and very gravely broke up the court. This fable teaches...
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The first (-sixth) 'Standard' reader, Volume 4

James Stuart Laurie - 1863 - 198 pages
...remained. " Not so fast, I beseech you, friends," replied the Monkey ; " we owe justice to ourselves as well as to you ; 'what remains is due to me in...office." Upon which he crammed the whole into his month, and made off, leaving the poor Cats to comfort themselves as they best could. Sage, wise man....
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