Hog-Thorny Bear, The

DESCRIPTION: "I call the attention of each merry blade, Be still as a mouse and let nothing be said." Two men meet with a "bear." Laking guns, they beset it with axes and chase it up a tree. They chop down the tree and the dog catches the "bear" -- really a porcupine
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Flanders-NewGreen)
KEYWORDS: animal dog hunting humorous
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Flanders-NewGreen, pp. 219-221, "The Hog-Thorny Bear" (1 text, 1 tune)
ST FlNG219 (Partial)
File: FlNG219

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