Flowers of fable;
culled from Epictetus, Croxall, Dodsley, Gay, Cowper, Pope, Moore, Merrick, Denis, and Tapner;
with original translations from La Fontaine, Krasicki ... and others: the whole selected for the instruction of youth, and pruned of all objectionable matter. Embellished with one hundred and fifty engravings on wood.
London: Vizetelly, Branston and Co., 1832.
Cf. Osborne collection of early children's books. Toronto, 1975, p. 567.
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