123. Of the Peach-tree, and the Apple-tree.
1. THE Peach-tree and the Apple-tree were at a controversie whe∣ther was the fairer.
2. When they had striven a long time one with another, with sundry and sharp debates; a bramble out of the next hedge, hearing their con∣tests, came to them, and said;
3. You have striven enough and too much betwixt your selves; be very quiet, and put an end to your brabbles.
Mor. The fable signifieth, that meaner men do oftentimes settle the controversies of their betters.