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Fables of Aesop and Others with Instructive Applications.
(Allen Brothers, 1870)
This book is identical with the two Miller editions of the same title and size, which I list under 1865 and 1890? See my comments there. This has the same markings embossed on its covers as the 1865 Miller book, though ...
The Fables of Aesop and Others Translated Into English With Instructive Applications
(William P. Nimmo, 1870)
How wonderful of Leon to find this for me on the web! It is yet another variation in the re-use of Croxall's translation of 1722. This one uses the plates used in the J.B.L. & Co. edition that I have listed under 1880? ...
The Fables of Aesop with Instructive Applications Illustrated with One Hundred Engravings
(Milner and Sowerby, 1870)
This is a wonderful little find, 3¾ x 5. Most Croxall editions (including the earliest) have 196 fables. This edition has 211 fables. Miller’s 1865 edition has 248. In fact, there are 208 here and then three separate ...
Fables Choisies d'Ésope (Fables d'Ésope on spine)
(Garnier FrèresGarnier frer̀es, 1870)
The full subtitle is: Nouvelle Édition Classique en Vue de l'Étude Simultanée de la Grammaire et des Racines, Suivie des Fables Imitées d'Ésope par la Fontaine et d'un Lexique Nouveau. Whew! Good things! The book starts ...