Excerpt from A Collection of English Prose and Verse, for the Use of Schools, Selected From Different Authors: To Which Are Prefixed a Few Short Lessons for Beginners, With an Exercise on Spelling, in Four Large Tables, Containing All the Words in This Collection of Four Syllables and Above
The z'wo dogs, tray and snap. Dogs, Tray and Snap, went out to walk. Tray a good dog, and would not hurt the leali thing in the world; but Snap was crofs, and would fnarl and bite at all that came in his way. At lall they came to a town. All the dogs came round them. Tray hurt none Of them; but Snap would grin at this, fnarl at that, and bite a third; till at left they all fell on him, and put him to death and, as poor Tray was with him, he met with his death at the fame time.
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