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Fabulae in Usum Scholarum
(Impensis B. Law: Prostant Venales Apud C. Lawimpensis B. Law: protestant venales apud C. Law, 1798)
Here are one hundred and thirty-two prose fables in Latin. The book is meant as a device for teaching Latin. The author devotes a page to Properties of the Parts of Speech and another to Rules for Construing--both in ...
Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books. A New Edition
(Printed for Will. Osborne & Jn. MozelyWilliam Osborne & John Mozely, 1790)
This book first departs from the tradition of Dodsley printings (see my notes on, e.g., the first edition of 1761) with its frontispiece, which is a copy of the frontispiece in many Croxall editions: a writer surrounded ...
Fables of Aesop and Others. Translated into English. With Instructive Applications and a Print before each Fable
(Printed for T. Longman B. Law and Son, C. Dilly. J. Johnson, G.G.J. and J. Robinson ... [et al.],Printed for T. Longman, B.Law and Son, C. Dilly, J Johnson, et al, 1795)
This is another vintage Croxall edition from about the middle of the long period during which this edition dominated the fable market. Alas, it has lost its covers and spine. I cannot find an engraver's name on the ...
Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. A New Edition
(Printed for and sold by, Joseph and James Crukshank,, 1798)
Sold at Hamell's in Philadelphia. Three books: Ancient, Modern, and Original. As in my other editions of Dodsley, the index at the back is really a listing of morals; they sometimes repeat promythia or epimythia. ...