Fables of Æsop, according to Sir Roger L'Estrange / with fifty drawings by Alexander Calder
- Dover ; T1780
- A stag drinking -- A lyon [lion], ass, and fox -- A lion and an asse [ass] -- A farmer and his dogs -- An old tree transplanted -- A nightingale and a bat -- Fishing in troubled waters -- Jupiter and a herds-man -- A pigeon and a picture -- A boy and cockles -- A fox and a carv'd [carved] head -- Jupiter and modesty -- A bee-master -- A hare and a tortoise -- A crow and a raven -- A fox and a crab -- A miller burying his gold -- A dog and a wolfe [wolf] -- Asses to Jupiter -- A shepherd and his sheep -- A gnat challenges a lyon [lion] -- Jupiter's wedding -- A husbandman and a stork -- A woman and a fat hen -- A daw [jackdaw] and pigeons -- Jupiter and fraud -- Mercury and Tiresias -- A sow and a bitch -- A fox and grapes -- A wolfe [wolf] and a lyon [lion] -- The belly and members -- A lyon [lion], fox, and a wolfe [wolf] -- A lyoness [lioness] and a fox -- Two young men and a cook -- A wolf and a sow -- The washing of a blackmore -- A raven and a swan -- A crow and a dog -- Mercury and a statuary -- A stag and a lyon [lion] -- A countryman and a snake -- A fox and a stork -- A frog and a mouse -- A lion and a bear -- A dog and a cock upon a journy [journey] -- An axe [ax] and a forrest [forest] -- A tree and a wedge -- The eagle and arrow -- A thrush taken with birdlime -- A woman and her two daughters -- A cat and Venus -- An asse [ass] and an ungrateful master -- An old dog and his master -- A dog invited to supper -- The frogs chuse [choose] a king -- A raven and a snake -- A thunny [tuna] and a dolphin -- Two enemies at sea -- Hares, foxes, and eagles -- A cat and a cock -- A wolf and a lamb -- A city mouse and a country mouse -- A young man and a swallow -- A lark in a net -- A fox and huntsmen -- Two travellers [travelers] and a bag of money -- A wife and a drunken husband.
A pigeon and a crow -- An asse [ass] and a whelp -- A boy and a snake -- A collyer [charcoal-maker] and a fuller [cloth cleaner] -- A thrush and a swallow -- A camel at first sight -- A fox and a lyon [lion] -- An unhappy match -- A mole and her dam -- A wolfe [wolf] and a fox -- A shepherd turn'd [turned] merchant -- An eagle and a fox -- A goat and a vine -- A fawn and a stag -- Mercury and a carpenter -- A swallow and a crow -- A wild ass and a tame -- An ant and a fly -- A flea and Hercules -- A lyon [lion] in love -- Wasps in a honey-pot -- An old man and a lyon [lion] -- Jupiter and a serpent -- An ape and a fox -- A doctor and patient with sore eyes -- A cat and mice -- A sheep and a crow -- A fox and a bramble -- A dog and a wolfe [wolf] -- Fisherman disappointed -- A doctor and his patient -- The kite, hawk, and pigeons -- A bat, bramble, and cormorant -- A swallow and other birds -- Large promises -- A snake and a file -- A smith and his dog -- A flea and a man -- A lyon [lion] and a bull -- A father and sons -- A gardiner [gardener] and his dog -- A fox that lost his tayle [tail] -- A fox and a raven -- An old lion -- An imposter to the oracle -- Cocks and a partridge -- Mercury and a traveller [traveler] -- A dog, a sheep, and a wolf -- A lark and her young ones -- The stag and the oxen -- A dog and a shadow -- A kingfisher -- Death and an old man -- A fox and a crocodile -- A fowler and a black-bird -- A cock and a diamond -- A lion, an ass, &c., a hunting -- A crow and a muscle -- A boasting mule -- A dog in a manger -- A fowler and a pigeon -- A sick kite and her mother -- A hen and a swallow -- An asse [ass] and a wolf -- A horse and a lion -- A wolfe [wolf] and a sheep -- A shepherd and a wolves whelp -- A boy and false alarums [alarms] -- A hound and a mastiffe [mastiff] -- Thieves that stole a cock -- A fox and a sick lyon [lion] -- A fowler and a partridge -- A wolfe [wolf] and a kid.
A man and two wives -- A mountain in labour [labor] -- An asse [ass], a lyon [lion], and a cock -- A fortune-teller -- A cunning woman -- An astrologer and a traveller [traveler] -- A boar and a horse -- A stag and a horse -- A man and a wooden god -- A man bit by a dog -- An eagle and a man -- A wolf and a crane -- A sow and a dog -- A camel praying for horns -- A fox and a hare to Jupiter -- A peacock to Juno -- A trumpeter taken prisoner -- A horse and an asse [ass] -- A bat and a weazle [weasel] -- A bat, birds, and beasts -- An estriche [ostrich], birds, and beasts -- A gall'd [galled] ass and a raven -- An asse [ass], an ape and a mole -- The hares and the frogs -- A snake and a crab -- A stag with one eye -- Wasps, partridges, and a husbandman -- A fox and a goat -- Jupiter and a bee -- A wolf, kid, and goat -- A league betwixt [between] the wolves and the sheep -- Apples and horse-turds -- A peach, an apple, and a blackberry -- A boy and his mother -- An ant formerly a man -- A daw [jackdaw] with a sting at's [at its] foot -- A fisherman and his pipe -- A fisherman's good luck -- A laden asse [ass] and a horse -- Two neighbour [neighbor]-frogs -- A father and his sons -- A lion and a mouse -- A daw [jackdaw] and borrow'd [borrowed] feathers -- A wolfe [wolf], a lamb, and a goat -- An old weazle [weasel] and mice -- A dog and a thief -- A fox and a weazle [weasel] -- A bragging traveller [traveler] -- An ape and a fox -- A countryman and a snake -- A frog and an oxe [ox] -- Two frogs that wanted water -- A hunted bever [beaver] -- A swan and a goose -- An eagle and a daw [jackdaw] -- An ass and the frogs -- Travellers [travelers] by the sea-side -- A dog and a butcher -- An ape and a dolphin -- A musician -- Two cocks fighting.
- "An unabridged and unaltered republication of the work originally published ... in 1931".
- Source of Acquisition:
- PSU Archives copy: Gift of Harry B. Henderson.
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