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Index by Books french titles and fables
translated into english
french titles and fables
translated into english

Acorn and Gourd

Address tu Madame de La Sablière
Advantage of Learning
Adventurers and Talisman, Two
Against those who are Difficult in their Taste .
Animals seized with Plague
Animal in Moon
Arbitrator, Hospitaller, and Solitary ..
Ass carrying Relics
Ass and Dog .
Ass and Lap-Dog
Ass and Masters
Ass in Lion's Skin
Ass laden with Sponges and Ass laden with Salt
Astrologer in Well.
Bassa and Merchant

Bat, Bramble, and Duck
Bat and Two Weasels
Battle of Rats and Weasels
Bear and Two Companions
Bear and Gardener  
Bird wounded by Arrow
Bitch and Friend
Bulls and Frog, Two .

Camel and Floating Sticks .
Cat metamorphosed into Woman
Cat and Old Rat
Cat, Weasel and Young Rabbit
Cat and Rat
Cat and Fox
Cat and Sparrows
Cat and Young Mouse
Child and Schoolmaster
Cobbler and Receiver-General
Cock and Pearl
Cock and Fox
Cockerel, Cat, and Young Mouse
Cocks, Two
Council held by Rats
Countryman and Serpent
Craw-fish and Daughter
Crow and Fox
Crow, Hind, Tortoise, and Rat
Crow who wished to imitate Eagle
Curate and Death

Damon and Phillis
Danube Peasant .
Death and Woodman
Death and Wretch
Death and Dying Man
Faithless Depositary
Democritus and Abderites
Dog that dropped Prey for Shadow
Dog carrying Master's Dinner
Dog with Cropt Ears
Dogs and dead Ass, Two
Double Pouch
Dove and Ant
Dragon with many Heads, and Dragon with many Tails
Dream of Inhabitant of Mogul .
Drowned Woman
Drunkard and Wife

Eagle and Beetle
Eagle, wild Sow, and Cat
Eagle and Owl
Eagle and Pie
Education .
Elephant and Jupiter's Monkey
Eye of Master

Fables, Power of
Falcon and Capon .
Farmer, Dog, and Fox
Female Fortune-Tellers
Fish and Fisher, Little
Fishes and Cormorant
Fishes and Shepherd .
Fly and Ant .
Fortune and Schoolboy
Fox and Stork
Fox and Goat
Fox and Grapes
Fox and Bust
Fox who had lost his Tail
Fox, Monkey, and other Animals
Fox, Flies, and Hedgehog
Fox and Turkeys
Fox, Wolf, and Horse
Fowler, Hawk, and Lark
Friends, Two
Frog and Ox
Frog and Rat
Frogs who asked for King

Gardener and Lord
Goats, Two
Gods instructing Son of Jupiter .
Gout and Spider
Grasshopper and Ant

Hare and his Ears
Hare and Frogs
Hare and Partridge
Hare and Tortoise
Hen with Golden Eggs
Heifer, Kid, and Sheep, in partner‑ship with Lion
Hog, She-Goat, and Sheep
Hoarder and Monkey
Hornets and Bees
Horse and Ass
Horse seeking Vengeance on Stag
Horse and Wolf .
Husband, Wife, and Thief
Husband, Ill-matched
Husbandman and Sons

Ingratitude and Injustice of Men towards Fortune
Iron Pot and Clay Pot

Jay decked in Peacock's Feathers
Jupiter and Farmer
Jupiter and Passenger
Jupiter and Thunder

King, Kite, and Fowler
Kite and Nightingale

Lady difficult in Choice of Husband
Lark, Young, and Master of Field
Lion and Ass hunting
Lion and Hunter
Lion and Gnat
Lion slain by Man
Lion and Rat
Lion going to War
Lion in Love
Lion's Court
Lion and Fox, Sick
Lion, Monkey, and two Asses
Lion, Wolf, and Fox .
Lioness and Bear
Obsequies of theLioness
Lion become old
Love and Folly

Madman and Sage .
Madman selling Wisdom
Man and his Sons, Old
Man and Adder
Man and his Image
Man and Ass, Old
Man and Flea
Man and Wooden Idol
Man and Three Youths, Old
Man between two Ages and his Two Mistresses
Man running after Fortune and Man waiting for her on his Bed
Medium in all Things
Merchant, Lord, Clown, and Prince
Mice and Owl .
Milk-maid and Milk-pail
Miller, his Son, and Ass
Miser who lost Treasure
Miser (the money-hiding) and his Neighbour
Money-hoarder and Monkey
Monkey and Cat
Monkey and Dolphin
Monkey and Leopard
Mountain in Labour
Mouse metamorphosed into Maid
Mule boasting of Genealogy
Mules, Two

Oak and Reed
Old Trot and Two Servants
Oracle and Infidel
Oyster and Clients (litigants)

Parrots, King, and Son, Two
Partridge and Cocks
Peacock complaining to Juno
Philomela and Progne
Phoebus and Boreas
Pigeons, Two.
Pot of Iron and Pot of Clay
Power of Fables .
Physicians, Two

Quarrel between Dogs, Cats, and Mice

Rat, Town and Country
Rat and Elephant.
Rat and Oyster
Rat retired from World
Rats in Council
Rats, Fox and Egg, Two

Satyr and Traveller
Saying of Socrates
Schoolboy, Pedagogue, and Owner of Garden
Scythian Philosopher
Serpent and File                 
Serpent's Head and Tail
Shepherd and Flock
Shepherd and Lion
Shepherd and Sea
Shepherd and King
Simonides preserved by Gods
Snake and File
Spider and Swallow
Stag dying
Stag and Vine
Stag seeing Himself in Water
Stage Coach and Fly
Statuary (the) and Statue of Jupiter
Stomach and Members
Sun and Frogs
Swallow and Little Birds
Swan and Cook

Testament explained by Æsop
Thieves and Ass
Torrent and River
Tortoise and two Ducks
Treasure and two Men
Tribute sent by Beasts to Alexander TwoDoves
Two rats (the), fox and egg

Ulysses and Companions

Vultures and Pigeons

Wag and Fishes .
Waggoner stuck in Mud
Wax-light .
Weasel in Granary
Widow, Young
Will explained by Æsop
Wolf and Dog
Wolf and Fox
Wolf and Fox
Wolf pleading against Fox before Monkey
Wolf, Goat, and Kid
Wolf and Hunter
Wolf and Lamb
Wolf and Meagre Dog
Wolf, Mother, and Child
Wolf turned Shepherd
Wolf and Shepherds
Wolf and Stork
Wolves and Sheep
Woman drowned
Women and Secret
Woman and Two Servants
Woodcutter and Forest
Woodman and Mercury