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" HERCULES AND THE WAGGONER As a Countryman was carelessly driving his waggon along a miry lane, his wheels stuck so deep in the clay that the horses came to a stand-still. Upon this the man, without making the least effort of his own, began to call upon... "
Aesop's Fables: A New Version, Chiefly from Original Sources - Page 70
by Aesop, Thomas James - 1848 - 232 pages
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Æsop's fables: a new version by T. James, with illustr. by J. Tenniel

Aesopus - 1852
...wheels stuck so deep in the clay that the horses came to a stand-still. Upon this the man, without making the least effort of his own, began to call...only aided those who endeavoured to help themselves. .ESOPS FABLES. •,,,* '". .•• FABLE 68.— THE FOX WITHOUT A TAIL! A Fox being caught in a trap,...
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The American Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated, Volumes 43-44

Phrenology - 1866
...wheels stuck so deep in the clay that the horses came to a stand-still. Upon this the man, without making the least effort of his own, began to call upon Hercules to come and help him out of hl« trouble. But Hercules bade him lay his shoulder to the wheel, assuring him that Heaven only aided...
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The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the ..., Volume 5

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Rufus Edmonds Shapley - Wit and humor - 1884
...wheels stuck so deep in the clay that the horses came to a stand-still. Upon this the man, without making the least effort of his own, began to call upon Hercules to corne and help him out of his trouble. But Hercules bade him lay his shoulder to the wheel, assuring...
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Kindergarten Stories and Morning Talks

Children's literature - 1890 - 212 pages
...no farther. The man, without making the least effort to remedy the matter, fell upon his knees, and began to call upon Hercules to come and help him out of his trouble. " Lazy fellow," said Hercules, "lay your own shoulder to the wheel. Stir yourself, and do what you...
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A Child's Version of Æsop's Fables: With a Supplement Containing Fables ...

Aesop, Jenny H. Stickney - Fables - 1891 - 204 pages
...no further. The man, without making the least effort to remedy the matter, fell upon his knees, and began to call upon Hercules to come and help him out of his trouble. "Lazy fellow," said Hercules, "lay your own shoulder to the wheel. Stir yourself, and do what you can....
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Lecciones de lenguaje español-inglés

1899 - 160 pages
...no farther. The man, without making the least effort to remedy the matter, fell upon his knees and began to call upon Hercules to come and help him out of his trouble. 5 " Lazy fellow," said Hercules, " put your own shoulder 6 to the wheel. Stir yourself 7 and do what...
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Having It All: Achieving Your Life's Goals and Dreams

John Assaraf - Business & Economics - 2007 - 192 pages
...decide which way makes the most sense for them. 192 193 Visualize and Meditate Your Way to Success It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard, if we do not strive as well as pray. — Aesop Although the term may seem complex, visualizations are nothing more than images, sounds,...
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