the Geese, and Other Fables of Bidpai,_ retold by Maude Barrows Button.] A Tortoise and two Geese lived together in a pond for many years. At last there came a drought and dried up the pond. Then the Geese said to one another,-- "We mu... Read more of THE TORTOISE AND THE GEESE at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Epitaph On Judge Boat

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Here lies Judge Boat within a coffin,
Pray, gentlefolks, forbear your scoffin';
A Boat a judge! yes, where's the blunder
A wooden Judge is no such wonder!
And in his robes you must agree,
No Boat was better dekt than he.
'Tis needless to describe him fuller,
In short he was an able sculler.





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