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The Book of Fables: Selections from Aesop, and other Authors Explained and Adapted to Popular Use
(Robert B. Collins, 1856)
This book reproduces almost exactly Fables from Aesop and Other Writers of Standard Celebrity Explained and Adapted to Popular Use (1851) by Baldwin, published in Philadelphia by Hogan & Thompson. All that seems lacking ...
Fables from Aesop and Other Writers of Standard Celebrity Explained and Adapted to Popular Use
(Hogan & Thompson, 1851)
This book is full of surprises. I thought it must be a variant form of Baldwin's 1840/1920? Fables Ancient and Modern Adapted for the Use of Children. It shares the same preface verbatim. It has sixty-nine fables, whereas ...
A Book of Fables: Amusement for Good Little Children
(Brown Taggard, & Chase,, 1859)
This is a pamphlet of 16 pages. The fables here include several that are new to me. In The Fox and the Cock, the fox tells the cock that he has heard that he is clever and wants to ask him a riddle. A dwarf meets a giant ...