Aesop's fables, as Romanized by Phædrus :
with a literal interlinear translation : accompanied by illustrative notes : on the plan recommended by Mr. Locke.
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London : Printed for John Taylor, bookseller and publisher to the University of London, 30, Upper Gower Street : 1828
"Æsop's fables, as romanized by Phædrus; in Latin and English, interlinear; on Mr. Locke's plan: with the original text; in which the quantity of the doubtful vowels is denoted. Illustrated with notes"--Cover title.
"A popular system of classical instruction, combining the methods of Locke, Ascham, Milton, etc."--At head of title on cover.
"Latin series. Introductory part, 2s. 6d."--At head of title on cover.
Publisher's catalog:  p. at end.
xxiv, 98,  p. ;
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