ďÖ I come across an ox tail, that somehow had escaped the dogs.  I steer off to my tent with this prize, where I throw it on the fire, and broil it.  It is not long in my stomach before it starts to show a great inclination to be set at liberty again.  I become more and more willing to listen to itís requests and, with tears, at parting with what I thought was my friend, I give it a discharge.  Itís a while before Iíll eat oxtail again.Ē

Joseph Plumb Martin

 

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