So that the Character of a Wise Man, lyes at Stake upon Matter of Judgment, One Way, and of a Good Natura#39;d Man, the Other Way. ... and Wherein, the Mistake may be Mortal; for there must be somewhat of a Trust to make way for a Treachery ; since No man can be ... Slem, Thin-Gutted For made a Hard Shift to Wriggle his Body into a Hen-Roost, and When he had stuffid his Guts well, he squeeza#39;d ... Brother Rga#39;nard ; (says he) Your Belly was Empty when you went In, and you mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fables of Æsop|
|Author||:||Aesop, Adriaan van Baarland, Avianus, Lorenzo Astemio, Poggio Bracciolini|