JZSOPS FABLES. Then mounted high on labouring wings he glides And the van: Region of the Air divides. The wofull Fairy Mab did this forefee; Whom grief transform'd now to a Humble-Bee : She flies about them., buzzing in their Ear: For both the Champions me efteemed dear. The black Prince did with Captive Frogians come. And at her Altars payd a Hecatomb That day : and King Frogmoreton in her Houfe W ith rear'd up hands offer'd a high-born Moufe; And when th' Immortal mortal Gates did wifli., The fatten1 Sacrifice was made her Difli. Therefore She hums; Defift; no more ; be friends; Behold the common Enemy attends; In vain'gainft him are your united Pow'rs: O flay your R age iee^ore your head.he towrs. But they.engag'd in cruel fight, not heard The Queens admonifhments., nor did regard Approaching Fates: but fuddenly they bind In graple fierce., their Targets caft behind. fftoops When the plum'd Prince down like /wift Lightning And feiz'd both Champions maugre all their Troops: Their Arms drop down, upon them both he feafts, And reconciles their doubtfull Interefts. Amaz'd Spectators fy3Hnnt-crum3an.d Vaulters, R un to their holes, and leap into the waters. Moral. Thus Petty Princesftrive with mortall Hate, '[ill both are [wallow d by a neighbouring State : Thus FaBions with a cruill War imbrnd Byfomc nnfeen Affirer arefnbdu'd.