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" ... and Feet, set forth how hard and unreasonable it was that the fruits of their labour should be squandered away upon the insatiable cravings of a fat and indolent Paunch, which was entirely useless, and unable to do anything towards helping himself. "
A Grammar of the Dutch Language - Page 175
by Baldwin Janson - 1792 - 231 pages
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The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ...

Complete fabulist - 1732 - 402 pages
...entirely ufelefs, and. unable to do any thing towards helping himfelf. This fpeech was received \yith unanimous applaufe by all the members. Immediately -the hands declared they would work ho more^ ) he feet deterhiined to carry no farther the losd of gilts' t ''• -with with -which they...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books. By R. Dodsley

Robert Dodsley, Aesop - Aesop's fables - 1765 - 400 pages
...Paunch, which was entirely ufelefs, and unable to do any thing towards helping himfelf. This fpeech was received with unanimous applaufe by all the Members. Immediately the Hands declared they would wot k no more : the Feet determined to carry no farther the load of Guts with which they had hitherto...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Robert Dodsley - Authors, Greek - 1781 - 318 pages
...Paunch, which was entirely ufelefs, and unable to do any thing towards helping himfelf. This fpeech was received with unanimous applaufe by all the Members. Immediately the Hands declared they would work MO more ; the Feet determined to carry no farther the load of guts with which they had hitherto been...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1805 - 260 pages
...whicri was entireiy ufelt-fs, and umble "'to- do any tiiing toward helping himfelf. This fpeech was received with unanimous applaufe by all the Members. Immediately the Hands declared they would work np more; the Feet determined to carry no further the load of guts with which they h;id hitherto been...
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Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1809 - 316 pages
...Paunch, which was entirely ufelefs, and unable to do any thing towards helping himfelf. This fpeech was received with unanimous applaufe by all the Members....the load of guts with which they had hitherto been opprefled ; nay, the very Teeth refuled to prepare a tingle morfel more for his ufe. In this diftrefs,...
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Select Fables of Æsop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books by R. Dodsley

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1800 - 338 pages
...himfelf. This fpeech was received with unanimous applaufe by all the Members. Immediately the Hinds declared they would work no more ; the Feet determined...the load of guts with which they had hitherto been opprefled ; nay, the very Teeth refufed to prepare a fingle morfei more for his ufe. In this diftrefs,...
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Polyglot Múnshí, Or, Vocabulary, Exercises, Pleasant Stories, &c. &c. &c: In ...

Debipersad Ra'e - Bengali language - 1841 - 198 pages
...and unable to do any thing towards helping himself. This speech was received with unanimous applause by all the members. Immediately the hands declared...the load of guts with which they had hitherto been oppressed ; nay, the very teeth refused to prepare a single morsel more for his use. In this distress,...
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Fables: Original and Selected, by the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey - Fables - 1842 - 608 pages
...and unable to do anything towards helping itself. This speech was received with unanimous applause by all the members. Immediately the hands declared...would work no more ; the feet determined to carry no further the load with which they had hitherto beeen oppressed : nay the very teeth refused to prepare...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 13-14

1853 - 792 pages
...and unable to do anything towards helping himself. This speech was received with unanimous applause by all the members. Immediately the Hands declared...carry no farther the load of guts with which they had been hitherto oppressed ; nay, the very Teeth refused to prepare a single morsel more for his use....
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Bewick's Select Fables of Aesop and Others, in Three Parts: I. Fables ...

1784 - 378 pages
...and unable to do anything towards helping himself. This speech was received with unanimous applause by all the Members. Immediately the Hands declared...would work no more; the Feet determined to carry no further the load of guts with which they had hitherto been oppressed ; nay, the very Teeth refused...
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