Eagle, Tortoise, and Crow

1.14. de aquila, testudine et corvo
Caxton: Of the Egle whiche bare a nutte in his becke and of the rauen
He that is sure and wel garnysshed yet by fals counceyll may be bytrayed / wherof Esope telleth suche a fable / An Egle was somtyme vpon a tree / whiche held with his bylle a nutte / whiche he coude not breke / the rauen came to hym / and sayd / Thow shalt neuer breke it / tylle thow fleest as hyghe as thow mayst / And thenne late it falle vpon the stones / And the Egle beganne to flyhe and lete fall his proye / and thus he lost his notte /
And thus many one ben deceyued thorugh fals counceylle / and by the fals tongue of other
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