The fables of Aesop, in English verse. With suitable new morals, adapted to each fable. Never before printed: containing the fable of the ass and the wolf. The bishop and the beggar. Collier and the fuller. Country-man and the mouse. Devil refusing to marry. Parson vintner and taylor. Aethiopian wash'd. Florentine and horse-courser. Fox and grapes. Kite and mouse. Parson and the pears. Young widow. Wolf and crow. Sick man and priest. Sick hermit. Shepherd turn'd merchant. Pagan at mass. Marriners in a storm. And abundance more fables, too tedious to insert.
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