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Aesop's Fables in English & Latin, Interlineary, for the Benefit of those who not having a Master, Would Learn Either of these Tongues
(A.Bettesworth/Creative Media Partners: Gale: Cengage, 1723)
Here is a second reprint of Locke, distinct from the Kessinger reprint of 2010. It comes from an American publisher and is a copy of the second edition, not the first, and so is a helpful supplement to the 2010 reprint. ...
Selectiores Aesopi Phrygis Fabulae et Luciani Samosatensis Dialogi, Isocratis Orationes duae, Cebetis Thebani Tabula
(In Aedibus Tho. Ruddimanni, Sumptibus Geo. StewartIn Ædibus Tho. Ruddimanni Sumptibus Geo. Stewart, Bibliopolæ in Area Parliamentaria,, 1723)
A typical early-18th century bilingual textbook for learning Greek, presumably from the already known Latin. 62 fables. AI by Latin names on 63-4. It was very nice to find something old done in Scotland to bring back ...