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" JEolus was addressed by both parties, to exert his most powerful efforts. This was no sooner asked than granted; and a violent hurricane arose: when the pliant Willow, bending from the blast, or shrinking... "
Fables and Satires: With a Preface on the Esopean Fable - Page xxi
by Sir Brooke Boothby, Phaedrus, Aesop, Marquard Gude - 1809
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...under it, evaded all its force ; while the • generous generous Oak, difdaining to give way, oppofed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : " Called thou this a trial of ftrength ? Poor wretch ! not t» thy ftrength, but weaknefs ; not to...
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...fhrinking under it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, difttaining to give way, oppofed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately the Willow began to exult, and to claim the vidtory : when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation. Calleft thou this a trial of ftrength?...
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...fhrinking under it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, difdaining to give way, oppofed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : Callef t thou this a trial of ftrength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy ftrength, but wcaknefs ; not to...
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...or fhrinkmg under it, evaded all its force; while the generous Oak, difdaining to give way, oppofed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : Calleft thou this a trial of ftrength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy llrength, but weaknefs ; not to...
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...fiirinking under it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, difdaining to give way, oppofed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately the Willow began to txult, and to claim the victory, when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : Calleft thou...
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John Bewick, Thomas Bewick - Fables - 1820 - 332 pages
...blast, or shrinking under it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, disdaining to give way, opposed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : " Callest thou this a trial of strength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy strength, but weakness; not to...
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Fables - 1820 - 332 pages
...blast, or shrinking undef it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, disdaining to give way, opposed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...victory ; when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultatipn : " Callest thou this a trial of strength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy strength, but weakness;...
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Aesop, Oliver Goldsmith - Fables - 1878 - 312 pages
...blast, or shrinking under her, evaded all its force, while the generous Oak, disdaining to give way, opposed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : Gallest PART IJ 33 thou this a trial of strength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy strength, but weakness...
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Aesopus - 1881
...blast, or shrinking under it, evaded all its force ; while the generous Oak, disdaining to give way, opposed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. ,...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : " Callest thou this a trial of strength ? Poor wretch I Not to thy strength, but weakness ; not to...
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Aesop - Fables - 1886 - 312 pages
...blast, or shrinking under her, evaded all its force, while the generous Oak, disdaining to give way, opposed its fury, and was torn up by the roots. Immediately...when thus the fallen Oak interrupted his exultation : Callest thou this a trial of strength ? Poor wretch ! not to thy strength, but weakness ; not to...
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