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The Man and the Dog Torn by a Cur, a man was led To throw the snappish thief some bread Dipt in the blood, which, he was told, Had been a remedy of old. Then Esop thus: - "Forbear to show A pack of dogs the thing you do, Lest they should soon devour us quite, When thus rewarded as they bite." One wicked miscreant's success Makes many more the trade profess.