The Fishermen and the Tuna

017. THE FISHERMEN AND THE TUNA. A Fisherman had been a long while at work without catching any thing, and so in great Trouble and Despair, he resolv'd to take up his Tackle and be gone: but in that very instant a great Fish leapt into the Boat, and by Providence made a tolerable Day on't. THE MORAL. Patience, Constancy, and Perseverance, is an honest Cause, and Duty can never fail of a happy End, one way or other. (Sir Roger L'Estrange) [more info]

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