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(Charles Ewer, 1815)
A real primer. First points of grammar are illustrated through sample sentences. Then come stories from sacred history, epigrams on various topics (especially virtues and vices), and finally thirty-eight fables (99-109). ...
Fabulae Aesopi Selectae, or Select Fables of Aesop
(Printed (by M. Carey?) for Bennett and Walton, C. and A. Conrad and Co, et alPrinted for Bennett and Walton, 1810)
The sub-title here is worth noticing: With an English Translation, more Literal than any yet extant, Designed for the Readier Instruction of Beginners in the Latin Tongue. Compare this edition with my 1802 Philadelphia ...
Aesopi Fabulae (Eton School)
(Cummings and HilliardCummings et Hilliard, 1812)
AI on v. 164 fables in Greek, with Latin notes. No illustrations. Compare how two books have weathered 175 years!