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It is but as fine as do not know a bird that can The Crow, tickled with this very civil and wriggled about, and hardly knew where she was. But language, nestled thinking the Fox a little doubtful as to the quality of her voice, and having a mind to set him right in the matter, she began to sing, and in the same instant, down dropped the cheese which the Fox presently chopped up, and then bade ; her remember that whatever he had said of her beauty, he had spoken nothing yet of her brains.

A FOX one day invited a Stork to and being disposed to divert himself at the expense of his dinner, guest, provided nothing for dinner but some thin soup in a shallow dish. the Fox lapped up very the Stork, unable with her at hungry the to narrow long This readily, while gain a mouthful bill, end of dinner was as as when The Fox, meanwhile, said she began. he was very sorry to see her eat so sparingly, and hoped that the dish was seasoned to her mind. The Stork, seeing that she notice of it, was played upon, took no but herself extremely the Fox to dine ; pretended to enjoy and at parting begged So he agreed He with her the next day.

A Fox having spied her came and sat underneath and began to pay the Crow compliments on her beauty. "Why," said never saw it delicate white than any that ever life ! of a are your feathers more "I he, before, but Ah ! I saw in what a my fine shape and graceful neck is there And I have no ! doubt but you have a 12 E If tolerable voice. " it is but as fine as do not know a bird that can The Crow, tickled with this very civil and wriggled about, and hardly knew where she was. But language, nestled thinking the Fox a little doubtful as to the quality of her voice, and having a mind to set him right in the matter, she began to sing, and in the same instant, down dropped the cheese which the Fox presently chopped up, and then bade ; her remember that whatever he had said of her beauty, he had spoken nothing yet of her brains.

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