The Chap-book; semi-monthly . THE FOX AND THE BRAMBLES A Fox, being closely pursued, took to a hedge, thebushes gave way, and in catching hold of abramble tobreak his fall, he laid himself down and fell to lickinghis paws, making great complaint against the bramble.Good words, Reynard, said the Bramble, you shouldnever expect any kindness from an enemy. » ILLUSTRATIONS TO ^SOP S FABLES 11 ILLUSTRATIONS TO iESOPS FABLES,. THE WASP AND THE PART-RIDGES A flight of wasps and a covey of partridges, beinghard put to it for water, went to a farmer to beg some.The partridges offered to dig his vineyar

The Chap-book; semi-monthly . THE FOX AND THE BRAMBLES A Fox, being closely pursued, took to a hedge, thebushes gave way, and in catching hold of abramble tobreak his fall, he laid himself down and fell to lickinghis paws, making great complaint against the bramble.Good words, Reynard, said the Bramble, you shouldnever expect any kindness from an enemy. » ILLUSTRATIONS TO ^SOP S FABLES 11 ILLUSTRATIONS TO iESOPS FABLES,. THE WASP AND THE PART-RIDGES A flight of wasps and a covey of partridges, beinghard put to it for water, went to a farmer to beg some.The partridges offered to dig his vineyar Stock Photo
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The Chap-book; semi-monthly . THE FOX AND THE BRAMBLES A Fox, being closely pursued, took to a hedge, thebushes gave way, and in catching hold of abramble tobreak his fall, he laid himself down and fell to lickinghis paws, making great complaint against the bramble.Good words, Reynard, said the Bramble, you shouldnever expect any kindness from an enemy. » ILLUSTRATIONS TO ^SOP S FABLES 11 ILLUSTRATIONS TO iESOPS FABLES, . THE WASP AND THE PART-RIDGES A flight of wasps and a covey of partridges, beinghard put to it for water, went to a farmer to beg some.The partridges offered to dig his vineyard for it, and thewasps to secure it from thieves. Pray hold your peace, says the farmer, I have oxen and dogs to perform thoseoffices already, and I am resolved to provide for themfirst. From an Old Chap-Book. » 78 SMOKE-WREATHS SMOKE-WREATHS .HESE fading smoke-wreaths hold them allThe dawns and dreams gone by.The lights and shadows on the wall.The gleams of open sky. And all the vague, elusive things That haunt the halls of lifeWith sense of vast oershadowing wings And rumourings of strife. How this small bowl of ruddy fire Can people all the roomWith strangers from the realm Desire Beyond the gulfs of Doom, Till all about me in the dusk The silence is astirWith gleam of steel and breath of musk And frankincense and myrrh. While dream, adown the shifting breath Of myth and love and war.Lures from the hollow vaul