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Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books
(J. Dodsley, 1767)
I feel as though I have been through this history before but have forgotten too much of it! Here is a 1767 Dodsley in good condition except for its separated front cover. It was published by J. Dodsley in Pall-mall in ...
Aesopi Phrygis et Aliorum Fabulae
(Typis Bartholommei Occhi, 1777)
I was surprised upon examination of this book to find that it reproduced the Remondini of 1757 that I had found nine months earlier in Turin. Both the title-page wording and the T of C wording are exactly the same, though ...
Fabulae in Usum Scholarum
(Impensis B. Law: Prostant Venales Apud C. Lawimpensis B. Law: protestant venales apud C. Law, 1798)
Here are one hundred and thirty-two prose fables in Latin. The book is meant as a device for teaching Latin. The author devotes a page to Properties of the Parts of Speech and another to Rules for Construing--both in ...