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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 ...
Fables of Aesop and Others. Newly done into English. With an Application to each Fable. Illustrated with Cutts.
(Printed for J. Tonson and J. WattsPrinted for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head in the Strand, and J. Watts at the Printing Office in Wild-Court, near Lincolns-Inn Fields, 1722)
At last I have arrived at a first edition of Croxall! And it is a good copy. Bodemann #107.1. Croxall is first mentioned at the end of the dedication to Halifax. At the beginning, what is labeled The Contents of the ...
Fables of Aesop and Others. Newly done into English. With an Application to each Fable. Illustrated with Cutts
This book lacks a title page. It was sent to me for analysis by Mercy in Action, to which it had been donated. It also lacks a spine and cover, and has copious writing and doodling, for example, on the early pages. It ...