Some good poor credit charge card pictures I found:
Image from web page 67 of “Fables of Aesop among others” (1863)
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Title: Fables of Aesop among others
Year: 1863 (1860s)
Authors: Croxall, Samuel, d. 1752 Aesop Houghton, Henry Oscar, 1823-1895 Burnham, Thomas O. H. Perry, 1814-1891 Felt, Oliver Selwyn, 1836-1868
Topics: Christian life Children — Conduct of life Conduct of life — Early works to 1800 Animals
Publisher: Boston : T.O.H.P. Burnham Nyc : O.S. Felt
Adding Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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nd a dislike to every little thing that they cannot obtain. There was an odd propensityin humanity to the temperament, and you will find numbers of grumblingmalcontents in almost every different faculty and sect of life. The dis-carded statesman, taking into consideration the corruption of that time period, wouldnot have turn in the administration of matters for the globe. The united states squire dams a court life, and wouldn’t normally get cring.ing and creeping to a drawing-room for top put the kinghas in the disposal. A new other being requested how he liked acelebrated beauty, by who all of the world understood he was despis-ed, responded, she’s got a stinking breath. Exactly how insufferable is thepride of this poor animal mani who stoop towards the basest,vilest activities, as opposed to be thought not able to do any thing.For what is more base and vile than lying? when do we liemore notoriously, than once we disparage and find fault with atiling; for no other reason but because it is from our energy? FAB. XXIII. The Viper plus the File.
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A Viper entering a smiths store, seemed up anddown for one thing to eat; and witnessing a file, beganF 62 > ^SOFS FABLES. knawing it since greedily since could possibly be. The file informed himvery gruffly, that he had best be quiet, and allow himalone; for the he’d get little by nil)bling atone, which, upon occasion, could bite iron and steel.THE APPLICATION.By this Fable we have been cautioned to consider just what any personis before v:e make an assault upon him, after any way what-soever; specifically, the way we let our tongues slip in censuringthe activities of those who are, when you look at the viewpoint of the world, notonly of an unquestionable reputation, so tliat nobody will believewhat we insinuate against them; but of these an influence, uponaccount of their own veracity, your least term from therawould spoil our credit to any or all intents and functions. If wit be thecase, so we have a satirical vein, which at certain times musthave a flow, why don’t we be mindful at whom we level it; for if thepersons understanding be of
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Windows and flowers, and a shed.
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I’m astonished obtained any area for a shed in their landscapes in this element of city.
Still waiting back at my insurance coverage to inform myself if they can pay on for my stolen digital camera! Until after that, I’ve bought two even more polaroid movies and also got my heart ready on replacing the stolen digital camera with an EOS30D… my dismal credit card!