The Shepherd and the She-Goat

The New Fables—attributed to Phædrus
Nothing is secret which shall not be made manifest.
A Shepherd had broken the horn of a She-Goat with his staff, and began to entreat her not to betray him to his Master. “Although unjustly injured,” said she, “still, I shall be silent; but the thing itself will proclaim your offence.”

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