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Fables of Aesop and Others Translated into English with Instructive Applications and One Hundred and Ninety-Eight Illustrations
(Thomas Cowperthwaite & Co., 1850)
Many of the text-plates and apparently all the engravings here are identical with those in my 1863 Burnham edition. See my comments there. The margins are cropped closer here. The title-page and perhaps a few other pages ...
Select Fables of Aesop and Other Fabulists
(Printed for William Osborne and J & H Mozley, GainsboroughPrinted for Willm. Osborne & J.H. Mozley, 1850)
This is a small book, falling apart. It is almost identical with other Dodsley editions, but a quick check of the frontispiece and title page shows clear differences, additions and subtractions. The book's condition is ...
The Fables of Aesop Adapted to the Hamiltonian System, By an Analytical and Interlineal Translation
(W. Aylott & Co., 1850)
For the Use of Schools and Private Learners. Here is yet another interlinear presentation of Aesop. A Google search revealed a Gospel of St. John published in the 1830's according to the Hamiltonian system along with ...
Ek Ton Tou Aisopou Mythoi Eklektoi/Nouveau Choix des Fables d'Ésope
(Librairie Classique d'Eugène Belin, 1850)
Here is a schoolbook that has lasted for some years. The preface to the first edition is dated 1824, and this is listed as a Nouvelle Édition. The first two pages of the text, including apparently four fables, are missing, ...