Twenty seven moral tales and fables, French and English :
invented (for the education of a prince) /
by the late celebrated Archbishop of Cambray, author of Telemachus, digested into sections and periods, and dispos'd after a new manner for the use of schools, and the early improvement of young gentlemen and ladies in virtue and good manners ... ; to which is prefix'd An essay on the nature of fable, extracted from Mons. de la Motte.
|Main Creator:||Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715.|
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London : Printed for J. Wilcox ..., W. Meadows ..., T. Worral ..., A. Vandenhoeck ..., and J. Jackson ..., 1729.
French and English in parallel columns.
Dedication signed: D. Bellamy.
Published later under titles: Ethic tales and fables; Tables and fables in French and English.
Advertisements, title and dedication printed in red and black; head - and tail-pieces, initials.
First page is blank.
Physical description: , xxxiv, , 207 p. ; 20 1/2 cm.
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