The Tunny and the Dolphin

103. THE TUNNY AND THE DOLPHIN. A fish, called a thunny, being pursued by a dolphin, and driven with great violence, not minding which way he went, was thrown by the force of the waves upon a rock, and left there. His death was now inevitable; but casting his eyes on one side, and seeing the dolphin in the same condition, lie gasping by him, “Well,” says he, “I must die, it is true; but I die with pleasure, when I behold him who is the cause of it involved in the same fate.” [more info]

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