JZSOFS FABLES, Brought on him firffc Sufpicion, after Hate: (T^cfld^diough Angels plurrjes.have devils throats) At laft they ftrip him, as he chattering fate, Of his fury Feathers,and his gaudy Coats; Naked and baniih'd from the Court of birds, , He to a dolefull Notecompos'd there words; I ftand the true Example of vain Pride, Since I the Jayijh Nation did defpife, Not only noble Birds will me deride, But I fhall be a fcorn to Jacks and Pies: Not Tyrian Robes can birth and breeding hide, Let their own Fortune flill content the Wife. And let all thole that climb above their place, Strip'd be like me, and fuffer fuch difgrace. Moral. Whether Ambition, Vertue be} or Vice ? Hath raisd.grcat Dijfutations *mong the nice: Who by unfeen gradations reach a Crown, Heroes areftil'dfiut Traitors tumbling down.