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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Preface
 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 Errata
 The fox and the grapes
 The cock and the pearl - The wolf...
 The wind and the sun
 King log and king stork
 The frightened lion
 The mouse and the lion - The married...
 Hercules and the waggoner
 The lazy housemaids
 The snake and the file - The fox...
 The dog in the manger - The frog...
 The fox and the crane
 Horse and man - The ass and the...
 The fox and the mosquitoes - The...
 The miser and his gold - The golden...
 The man that pleased none
 The oak and the reeds - The fir...
 The trees and the woodman
 The hart and the vine
 The man and snake
 The fox and the mask
 The ass in the lion's skin
 The lion and the statue
 The boaster
 The vain jackdaw
 The peacock's complaint
 The two crabs
 Brother and sister
 The fox without a tail
 The dog and the shadow
 The crow and the pitcher - The...
 The blind doe
 The geese and the cranes
 The trumpeter taken prisoner
 Hot and Cold
 Neither beast nor bird
 The stag in the ox-stall - The...
 The lion in love
 The cat and Venus - The mice in...
 The hen and the fox - The cat and...
 The hare and the tortoise - The...
 The porcupine and the snakes -...
 The bundle of sticks
 The farmer's treasure
 The cock, the ass, and the lion...
 Fortune and the boy
 The ungrateful wolf - The fisherman...
 The herdsmans vows - The horse...
 The ass and the sick lion
 Back Cover






Group Title: Baby's own Aesop : being the fables condensed in rhyme with portable morals
Title: The baby's own Aesop
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 Material Information
Title: The baby's own Aesop being the fables condensed in rhyme with portable morals
Uniform Title: Aesop's fables
Physical Description: 56 p. col. ill. : ; 19 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Aesop ( Author )
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905 ( Engraver )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: George Routledge & Sons
Place of Publication: London ;
New York
Publication Date: 1887
 Subjects
Subject: Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1887   ( lcsh )
Fables -- 1887   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1887
Genre: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Fables   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: pictorially pointed by Walter Crane ; engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans.
General Note: Errata slip laid in.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00055304
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002464234
notis - AMG9622
oclc - 49799826
lccn - 04017584

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Half Title
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Frontispiece
        Page 4
    Title Page
        Page 5
    Preface
        Page 6
    Dedication
        Page 7
    Table of Contents
        Page 8
    Errata
        Page 8a
    The fox and the grapes
        Page 9
    The cock and the pearl - The wolf and the lamb
        Page 10
    The wind and the sun
        Page 11
    King log and king stork
        Page 12
    The frightened lion
        Page 13
    The mouse and the lion - The married mouse
        Page 14
    Hercules and the waggoner
        Page 15
    The lazy housemaids
        Page 16
    The snake and the file - The fox and the crow
        Page 17
    The dog in the manger - The frog and the bull
        Page 18
    The fox and the crane
        Page 19
    Horse and man - The ass and the enemy
        Page 20
    The fox and the mosquitoes - The fox and the lion
        Page 21
    The miser and his gold - The golden eggs
        Page 22
    The man that pleased none
        Page 23
    The oak and the reeds - The fir and the bramble
        Page 24
    The trees and the woodman
        Page 25
    The hart and the vine
        Page 26
    The man and snake
        Page 27
    The fox and the mask
        Page 28
    The ass in the lion's skin
        Page 29
    The lion and the statue
        Page 30
    The boaster
        Page 31
    The vain jackdaw
        Page 32
    The peacock's complaint
        Page 33
    The two crabs
        Page 34
    Brother and sister
        Page 35
    The fox without a tail
        Page 36
    The dog and the shadow
        Page 37
    The crow and the pitcher - The eagle and the crow
        Page 38
    The blind doe
        Page 39
    The geese and the cranes
        Page 40
    The trumpeter taken prisoner
        Page 41
    Hot and Cold
        Page 42
    Neither beast nor bird
        Page 43
    The stag in the ox-stall - The deer and the lion
        Page 44
    The lion in love
        Page 45
    The cat and Venus - The mice in council
        Page 46
    The hen and the fox - The cat and the fox
        Page 47
    The hare and the tortoise - The hares and the frogs
        Page 48
    The porcupine and the snakes - The bear and the bees
        Page 49
    The bundle of sticks
        Page 50
    The farmer's treasure
        Page 51
    The cock, the ass, and the lion - The ass and the lap dog
        Page 52
    Fortune and the boy
        Page 53
    The ungrateful wolf - The fisherman and the fish
        Page 54
    The herdsmans vows - The horse and the ass
        Page 55
    The ass and the sick lion
        Page 56
    Back Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
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9. The Fox and the Grapes. 34. The Two Crabs.
SO. The Cock and the Pearl.- 35. Brother and Sister.
The IWolf and the Lamb. 36. The fx without Tad.
I. I-. Te lWind and the Sun. 37. l27e Dog and the Shadow.
King Log and Kin Stork 38. Te Cw and the Pitcher.-
S. The Frghtened Lion. The Eagle and the Crow.
14. The M1ouse and the Lion.- 39. The Blind Doe.
The Married Moutse. 40. The Geese and the Cranes.
15. Hercules and the Waggoner. 41. The Trumpeter taken
16. The Lazy Housemaids. Prisoner.
17. Ihe Snake and the File.- 42. The Alan and the Satyr.
The -Fox and the Crovw. 43. The Cock, the Ass, and the
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,\-/ iThe -Frog and the Bull. 44. TIe Stag in the Ox-stall.-
19. The Fox and the Crane. The Deer and the Lion.
20. forse and 1an.-The Ass 45. The Lion in Love.
Sand the Enemy. 46. The Cat and Venus.-
2 I. The Fox and the Mosquitoes. The Alice in Council.
S--The Fox and the Lion. 47. The Cat and the Fox.-
22. The Mfiser and his Gold.- The Hen and the Fox.
SThe Golden Eggs. 48. The Hare andthe Tortoise.-
23. The lan that pleased None. The Hares and the Frogs.
24. The Oak and the Reeds.- 49. The Porcupine and the
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25. The Trees and the Woodman. the Bees.
26. The Hart and the Vine. 50. The Bundle of Sticks.
27. The Man and Snake. 51. The Farmer's Treasure.
28. The Fox and the Mask. 52. The Fisherman and the
S 29. The Ass in the Lion's Skin. Little Fish.
'. 30. The Lion and the Statue. 53. Fortune and the Boy.
31. The Boaster. 54. The Ungrateful Wolf.
7 / 32. The Vain Jackdaw. 55. The Horse and the Ass.
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Page 43,-For The Cock," &c., read Neither Beast nor Bird.
Page 52" rd Cock, Ass, and Lion.
Page 2.--For The Fisherman &c., reaa The Ass and the Lap Dog.
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Anan Iw
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.To man's ways, {zlf- confui J,
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T r 5TAGO IN'THe OX- STALL r T DCEk & THU11fiN
q AFE snougk lay sk poor ~ROfI tih pounds Tsi stA;ft
ku" htA Dmtr D0r s5id away,
hIn ox-stll, with noti nl 'To his cav, whsrt in pastor,

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{ kL4VSnu chaknolt kLr: Th couple W\re wZ
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/ NA'TLtR -E WILL. OUT:
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fill,~'\a o o ncilof IM1ice.

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I '- Co. h\ Lr h1 TT-iAJ o IcR T nd V
Srp d.Most IdAM 'isnd
Mb^ 'd M OanT s5cur on nmy I( brch ".
_^ BEWARE OF irJTERE-STED FRIENDSHIP,5 '
-ir) THE'-CATAND-THE-FOX" _._
HE FX id FIoxn 4

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B ut rny trick s up a Mr "
s5ld Cat, s-5+ to s
ClkV Fox Tno out of his wliW ,i
TRuST TO -,ILL RATHER THAN WIT

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"Thas skF- I clown to -,
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Cock cro "vJ, Lion 5scam nd r cway
SAss .uc.d h WAS IScaej
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("T I-) ':, pul-- '-rs -uH Lion atL himo rhtk y 5 ay, .
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5Aid shk',HadA s bn Jdronc, r
_Y /vw o ulJ 'h LV 5u r..rly b EL.n C) U r A
h.is by Fo rTn. not (Folly bL-....
FOR ITUNEIS-NOT-ANSWER.ABe.-'-FOR OUR WANT OF FOR- BiHT
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THE UNGRATEFULrwOLF:

D rw tk Lons, his lon bilI madc

hain
flW hI EXbcT~ j klis fifwhsEth 2
-na-rr t "folf .td dz cLJ
K9 Thahnk.ful your hod l ouV Agin t -
SOME "C-tAPRACTERS
rjam HAVE'to'5ENSE'oF'OBTuc1ArioN:
:THE FPZlHNERRMANo &THEAF1SH
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(Himia poor littl- miit&,'rom his hook,
I_ It L.at m. o! t' .so sma-ll. I,1
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Yrou'r, th b ig Estr, pehaps.in. th brook.
A' LTTLE'CEEFTAINTY- I 'BETrER'THAN -'C.G4REAT-rCHANCE :
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