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" By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate : Kites, hawks, and wolves deserve their fate. Do not we just abhorrence find Against the toad and serpent kind ? But envy, calumny, and spite, Bear stronger venom in their bite. Thus every... "
Elegant edition of fables by John Gay, with the life of the author - Página 4
por John Gay - 1796
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Fables

John Gay - 1796 - 232 páginas
...listens to the chattering pie? Nor would I with felonious flight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate: Kites, hawks, and wolves, deserve their fate. Do not we just abhorrence fmd Against the toad and serpent kind ? But envy, calumny, and spite, Bear stronger venom in their...
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Bell's Edition, Volúmenes81-82

John Bell - 1797
...to the chatt'ringpie? 60 Nor would I, with felonious slight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate : • Kites, hawks, and...object of creation Can furnish hints to contemplation ; 70 And from the most minute and mean A virtuous mind can morals glean. Thy fame is just, the Sage...
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Fables

John Gay, Edward Moore - 1800 - 235 páginas
...to the chatt'ring pye ? Nor would I, with felonious slight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate: Kites, hawks, and wolves,...kind ? But envy, calumny, and spite, Bear stronger malice in their bite. Thus, ev'ry object of creation / Can furnish hints to contemplation ; And, from...
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The Poetical Works of John Gay, in Three Volumes: Collated with the Best Edition

John Gay - 1806
...to the chattering pye ? Nor would I, with felonious slight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate : Kites, hawks, and wolves,...deserve their fate. Do not we just abhorrence find Ajainst the toad and serpent kind ? But Envy, Calumny, and Spite, Bear stronger venom in tlieir bite....
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The Poetical Works of John Gay: In Three Volumes. Collated with the Best ...

John Gay, Thomas Park - 1808
...to the chattering pye i Nor would I, with felonious slight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate : Kites, hawks, and wolves,...abhorrence find Against the toad and serpent kind • Bat Envy, Calumny, and Spite, , Bear stronger venom in their hite. F Tims every object of creation...
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The poetical works of ... Christopher Anstey, with some account of the life ...

Christopher Anstey - 1808
...the chattering pie ? .A "or -would I, with felonious slight, By stealth invade my neighbour s right / Rapacious animals we hate; Kites, hawks, and wolves, deserve their fate Do not we Just abhorrence Jind Against the toad and serpent kind ? But envy, calumny, and spite, Bear stronger venom in their...
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Elegant Extracts, Volúmenes1-2

Vicesimus Knox - 1809
...to the chatt'ring )>yc? Xor would I, with felonious flight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right ; raise. But whence for praise can such an ardor me, When those who bring that incens j ust abhorrence find Again the toad apd serpent kind? Hut envy, calumny, ajid spite Ban stronger \enom...
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Hughes, Sheffield, Prior, Congreve, Blackmore, Fenton, Gay

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...to the chattering pye ? Nor would I. with felonious slight, By stealth > vade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate : Kites, hawks, and wolves,...deserve their fate. Do not we just abhorrence find •v •• ii i : the toad and serpent-kind ? But Kuvy, Calumny, and Spite, Bear stronger venom in...
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The beauties of the poets: a collection of moral and sacred poetry, compiled ...

Thomas Janes - 1810
...to the chatt'ring pie ? Nor would I, with felonious flight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacious animals we hate; Kites, hawks, and wolves, deserve their fate. Do not we just abhorrence rind Against the toad and serpent kind ? But envy, calumny, and spite, Bear stronger venom in their...
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Fables de Gay: traduites en vers français ...

John Gay - 1811 - 192 páginas
...pye? Nor would I, with felonions slight, By stealth invade my neighbour's right. Rapacions animais we hate : Kites, hawks, and wolves, deserve their fate. Do not we jnst abhorrence find Against the toad and serpent kind? Bnt-«?nvy, calumuy, and spite, Bear stronger...
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