jESOPS FABLES. Thofe Legs he fo much fcorns Did fave him, but his Horns Entangled 'mongft thick boughs made him a Prey, Who fpake with weeping eys; Poor Friends I did defpife, Who me from Dogs and Hunters did convey, But Pride3 vain Pride} did the Proud Hart betray. Moral. Too much we value Beauty, Wit, and Arts, Since oft great Men are ruin'd by their Parts: Some with fmall Learning^and a flender Lift Of Vertues, Frowns officfye Chance rejijl. Fab.