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Aesop's Fables by  J. H. Stickney


 

 

THE PARTRIDGE AND THE FOWLER

A
PARTRIDGE, having been taken in the net of a Fowler, cried out piteously, "Spare me, good Master Fowler, and I promise you, on my word, that I will decoy other partridges into your net."

"No," replied the man, "whatever I might have done, I am determined now not to let you go; for no death is too bad for one who is ready to betray his friends."


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