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Æsop naturaliz'd: in a collection of diverting fables and stories from Æsop, Lockman, Pilpay and others. With useful morals and reflections: in easy and familiar verse. Adapted to all Capacities, and intended principally for the Entertainment and Instruction of the Youth of both Sexes.
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Æsop's fables. With instructive morals and reflections, abstracted from all party considerations, adapted to all capacities; and design'd to promote religion, morality, and universal benevolence. Containing two hundred and forty fables, with a cut engrav'd on copper to each fable. And the life of Æsop prefixed by Mr. Richardson.
Aesopi Phrygis Fabulae: 208. e graeco in latinum conuersae. Eiusdem Fabulae 33. per Laurentium Vallam ... versae. Laurentii Abstemii ... Hecatomythium primum, hoc est fabulae centum. Eiusdem Hecatomythium secundum, hoc est fabulae centum. Eiusdem libellus de verbis communibus. Dominicus Palladius Soranus ad lectorem. ..
A new translation of Æsop's fables, adorn'd with cutts; suited to the fables copied from the Frankfurt edition: by the most ingenious artist Christopher Van Sycham. The Whole being rendered in a Plain, Easy, and Familiar Style, adapted to the Meanest Capacities. Nevertheless Corrected and Reform'd from the Grossness of the Language, and Poorness of the Verse us'd in the now Vulgar Translation: The Morals also more accurately Improv'd; Together with Reflections on each Fable, in Verse. By J. J. Gent.