PA’CKHORSE. n.s.

PA'CKHORSE. n.s.

PA’CKHORSE. n.s. [pack and horse.] A horse of burden; a
horse employed in carryin\g goods.
Ere you were queen, ay, or your husband king,
I was a packhorse in his great affairs. Shakesp.
It is not to be expected that a man, who drudges on in a
laborious trade, should be more knowing in the variety of
things done in the world, than a packhorse who is driven con-
stantly forwards and backwards to market, should be skilled
in the geography of the country. Locke.

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