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" Thou art a very honeft fellow, replied the Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable, that I expedl one of thy oxen in return. "
A Grammar of the Dutch Language: Wherein the Rules are Laid Down in So Easy ... - Page 189
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
...oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky bull of mine, and I fhould be glad to know how I :\m to make you reparation. Thou art a very honeft fellow,...Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable that I expect one of thy oxen in return. It is no more than juftice, quoth the Farmer, to be fure i but what...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books. By R. Dodsley

Robert Dodsley, Aesop - Aesop's fables - 1765 - 346 pages
...your oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky bull of mine, and I jChould be glad to know how I am to make you reparation. Thou art a very honeft...Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable, that I expedl one of thy oxen in return. It is no more than juftice, quoth the Farmer, to be fure; but what_did...
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the monthly journal

several hands - 1774 - 598 pages
...knew how 1 am to make you reparation." " Thou art a very nom U fellow, replied the lawyer^ and will not think it unreafonable, that I expeft one of thy oxen in return. " " It is no more than juflice, quoth the farmer, to be fute. But what did I fay ? 1 miitake : t is your butt that has killed...
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The Monthly Miscellany for ..., Volume 2

English poetry - 1774 - 426 pages
...your oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky lull of mine, and I mould be glad to know how I am to make you reparation.' " Thou art a very honeft fellow, replied the lawyer, and TO/// not think it unreafonable, that I expeft one of thy oxen in return." ' It is no more than juftice,...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 51

Books - 1774 - 592 pages
...continued he, has been gored by an unlucky bull of mint, and I (hould be glad to know how 1 am to ipake you reparation." " Thou art a very honeft fellow, replied the lawyer^ and will not think it unreafonable, that I expecl one of thy oxen in return." " It is no more than jufticc,...
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Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse: For the ...

William Scott - Elocution - 1789 - 416 pages
...gored by an unlucky hull of mine ; and I ihou'd be glad to know how I am to make you reparation Tii.:a art a very honeft fellow, replied the Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable that I cxpeft one of thj oxen in return. It is no more than iuilice, quoth the r'.irmer, to be lure : but...
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A Practical Grammar of the Dutch Language

Baldwin Janson - Dutch language - 1803 - 338 pages
...continued he, has been gored by an unlucky buil of mine, and J fhould be glad to know how I am t make you reparation. Thou art a very honeft fellow, replied the lawyer, and wi 11 not think it unreafonable that I expect one of thy oxen in jeturn. It is no more than juftice,...
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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1805 - 260 pages
...your Oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky Bull of mine, and I fhould be glad to know how I am to make you reparation. Thou art a very honeft...Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable that I cxpeci one of thy Oxen in return. It is no more than juftice, quoth the Farmer, to be fure; but what...
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Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists: In Three Books

Aesop, Robert Dodsley - Conduct of life - 1809 - 316 pages
...an unlucky bull of mine, and I' fhould.be glad to know how I am to make you reparation.. Thou ar.ta very honeft fellow, replied the Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreafonable that I expect- one of thy oxen in return. It is no more than juftice, quoth the Farmer, to be fiire ; but...
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First Century of National Existence: The United States as They Were and are ...

1874 - 738 pages
...your Oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky Bull of mine, and I mould be glad to know how I am to make you reparation. Thou art a very honeft fellow, replied the lawyer, arid wilt not think it unreafonable that I expect one of thy Oxen in return. It is no more than juftice,...
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