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The Parables of Frederic Adolphus Krummacher translated from the Seventh German Edition
(Henry G. Bohn, 1858)
I am surprised to find, while this book takes the translations used in my 1854 edition of the same title by Lindsay & Blakiston in Philadelphia, this version has the Dalziel brothers copying the work done there--or perhaps ...
The Second Primary Reader; Consisting of Extracts in Prose and Verse. With Exercises in Enunciation. For the Use of the Second Classes in Primary Schools.
(Brewer and Tileston, 1858)
In poor shape, as befits a 140-year-old book. Nine fables without illustration. The moral is different for boys and girls in FC. The cat is to be corded, not belled. There are comments on fables in #4-5 on 32-33.
(George Routledge and SonsRoutledge Warne, and Routledge,, 1858)
Several fables touch on Aesopic material (e.g., The Bat and the Bird on 36 and The Thief and the Dog on 86). There is a lovely frontispiece of life with the animals. The best feature might be the drawings of ...
Aesop's Fables Complete
(J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1858)
Here is one of my earliest Tenniel editions. From what I can gather, it should more properly be called a Tenniel/Wolf edition, since I think the reworked illustrations were already done in 1851. This book may be quite ...
Fables of La Fontaine: Two Volumes in One
(Bazin & Ellsworth, 1858)
I am happy to land this stated Fifth Edition of Elizur Wright's work. The only date apparent here is the 1842 on the verso of the title-page, indicating a date of entry into the clerk's office of the district court of the ...
Fables de J. LaFontaine, Édition Variorum
(Charpentier, Libraire-ÉditeurG. Charpentier et cie., 1858)
It is the variorum notes that distinguish this edition of La Fontaine's fables. The notes contain a number of passages from various commentators and other writers. Otherwise this seems to be a straightforward edition of ...
(Librairie ecclésiastique, classique et élémentaire de Ch. FourautLibrarie Ecclésiastique classique et élémentaire,, 1858)
I do not know when I have had more of an experience of watching a book fall apart before my eyes. This book began in poor condition, with its cover peeling. It proceeded to peel right off in a few weeks! Now, five months ...