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" A Dervise was journeying alone in the desert, when two merchants suddenly met him. '' You have lost a camel," said he to the merchants. "Indeed we have," they replied. "Was he not blind in his right eye, and lame in his left leg?" said the Dervise. "He... "
Lacon: Or, Many Things in Few Words: Addressed to Those who Think - Page 103
de Charles Caleb Colton - 1836 - 504 pages
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The Economist and General Adviser: Containing Papers on the ..., Volume 1

1825
...opinion ; the workl said I was mad, and I said the world was mad ; I v, as outvoted, and here I am." 30. The ignorant have often given credit to the wise for...permitted to all. The little Arabian tale of the dervise may be the comment of this proposition. A dervise was journeying alone in the desert, when two merchants...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1832
...list with the population of an English town of seven thousand people three centuries ago ! LOST CAMEL. A dervise was journeying alone in the desert, when two merchants suddenly met liim : " You have lost a camel," said he to the merchants ; " Indeed we have," they replied. " Was...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1834
...supported by another; so it is easier to be an honest man than a knave. — SKXLTON. ARABIAN TALE. THE ignorant have often given credit to the wise,...proper use of those powers that are permitted to all. A little Arabian tale of THE DERVISK will show how this may happen. A dervise was journeying alone...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...been adopted. All the schools are supported by private tuition. Family Lyceum. IMPROVEMENT OF TALENT. ldier mauled or knuckled, For thou him. " You have lost a camel," said he to the merchants ; "indeed we have," they replied ; " was he...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...been adopted. All the schools are supported by private tuition. family Lyceum, IMPROVEMENT OP TALENT. The ignorant have often given credit to the wise,...powers that are permitted to all. The little Arabian taje of the dervise shall be the comment of this proposition. A dervise was journeying alone in the...
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The National Preceptor: Or, Selections in Prose and Poetry; Consisting of ...

Jesse Olney - 1838 - 336 pages
...pale, Yields to his fate so ends my tale. LESSON CVH. The Dervis and the Two Merchants. — LACON. 1. THE ignorant have often given credit to the wise,...that are permitted to none, merely because the wise nave made a proper use of those powers that are permitted to all. 2. The little Arabian tale of the...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...questions." — ROBERTS' s Oriental lUustratirjits of Ike Scriptures. THE DERV1SE. AS ARABIAN TALE. THE ignorant have often given credit to the wise,...that are permitted to none, merely because the wise hare made a proper use of those powers that are permitted to all. A little Arabian tale of THE DEKVISE...
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Fables: Original and Selected, by the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey - 1842 - 352 pages
...Packs up his own faults snug behind, And crams the front pouch with his neighbours' ! THE LOST CAMEL. A DERVISE was journeying alone in the desert, when two merchants suddenly met him. " You have lost a camel," said he to the merchants. "Indeed we have," they replied. " Was he not...
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National Preceptor

Jesse Olney - 1845 - 336 pages
...Yields to his fate so ends my tale. LESSON CVII. , ' The Dervis and the Two Merchants. — LACON. 1. THE ignorant have often given credit to the wise,...that are permitted to none, merely because the wise nave made a proper use of those powers that are permitted to all. 2. The little Arabian tale of the...
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Fables selected from Dodsley, Croxall, &c. and revised

Fables - 1846
...if embraced with too much ardour, will end in disappointment, and perish in the grasp. THE DERVISE. A dervise was journeying alone in the desert, when two merchants suddenly met him. " You have lost a camel," said he to the merchants. " Indeed we have," they replied. " Was he...
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