Catalog Record: Bewick's Select fables of Æsop and others. In three parts to which are prefixed The life of Æsop, and An essay upon fable | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Bewick's Select fables of Æsop and others. In three parts to which are prefixed The life of Æsop, and An essay upon fable by Oliver Goldsmith.

Main Author: Aesop.
Related Names: Pearson, Edwin , editor., Bewick, Thomas 1753-1828, illustrator., Pearson, Edwin , ed., Dodsley, Robert 1703-1764., Goldsmith, Oliver 1730?-1774., Bewick, Thomas 1753-1828, illus.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Bickers and Son, Leicester Square, 1886.
Subjects: Fables.
Note: "Faithfully reprinted from the rare Newcastle edition published by T. Saint in 1784. With the original wood engravings by Thomas Bewick, and an illustrated preface by Edwin Pearson."
Physical Description: xi, 312 p. illus. 19 cm.
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