An Ass besought a Horse to spare him a small portion of his feed.
"Yes," said the Horse; "if any remains out of what I am now eating
I will give it you for the sake of my own superior dignity, and if
you will come when I reach my own stall in the evening, I will give
you a little sack full of barley." The Ass replied, "Thank you. But
I can't think that you, who refuse me a little matter now. will by
and by confer on me a greater benefit."
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