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Nouveau Recueil des Fables d'Esope, Mises en François.
(Charles LeClercchez C. Le Clerc ..., 1731)
This lovely little book has one of those endless titles. Here is more of it: Avec le Sens Moral en quatre Vers & des Figures à chaque Fable. Dedié a la Jeunesse. Nouvelle Edition, augmentée des Quatrains du Sieur de ...
Aesop's Fables English and Latin/Aesopi Fabulae Anglo-Latinae
(J. Read, 1731)
A fine little bilingual (on facing pages) edition offering 233 fables in its first book and (starting on 154) 208 fables in its second. There is an English AI after 267. The title-page and early pages are worm-eaten. ...
Le Cento Favole di Gabbriello Faerno e Una Favola di Batista Mantovano, Tradotte in Versi Volgari da D Giovan-Grisostomo Trombelli
(Appresso Francesco Pitteri, 1736)
I am glad at last to have a copy of Faerno's fables, certainly one of the mainstays of the fable tradition. This edition, without illustrations, has Latin and Italian on facing pages. A sampling of the fables finds them ...