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The Nightingale and the Bull-finch.
Learning is undoubtedly of the utmost advantage to real genius: yet, when put in competition, the funds of the one are limited; and of the other inexhaustible.
The Fighting Cocks and the Turkey. Litigious perfons feldom confider before they go to law, whether the conquest will be worth the coft. FABLE LI.
The King-fifher and the Sparrow.
Men's natural tempers will beft direct them to their proper fphere in the pursuit of happiness. FABLE LII.
The Spider and the Bee.
The candid reader will reap improvement, where the froward critic finds only matter of cenfure.