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  • INDIAN
  • Fairy Tales
    • SELECTED AND EDITED BY
    • JOSEPH JACOBS
    • EDITOR OF "FOLK LORE"
      • ILLUSTRATED BY
      • JOHN D. BATTEN
      • LONDON
      • DAVID NUTT, 270, 271 STRAND
      • 1892
        • Only One Hundred and Sixty Copies of this Edition on Japanese Vellum Paper have been printed, of which One Hundred and Fifty are for Sale. This is No. 147
        • The Illustrations in this Book were coloured by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew.
        • TO
      • Only One Hundred and Sixty Copies of this Edition on Japanese Vellum Paper have been printed, of which One Hundred and Fifty are for Sale. This is No. 147
      • The Illustrations in this Book were coloured by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew.
      • TO
    • ILLUSTRATED BY
    • JOHN D. BATTEN
    • LONDON
    • DAVID NUTT, 270, 271 STRAND
    • 1892
      • Only One Hundred and Sixty Copies of this Edition on Japanese Vellum Paper have been printed, of which One Hundred and Fifty are for Sale. This is No. 147
      • The Illustrations in this Book were coloured by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew.
      • TO
    • Only One Hundred and Sixty Copies of this Edition on Japanese Vellum Paper have been printed, of which One Hundred and Fifty are for Sale. This is No. 147
    • The Illustrations in this Book were coloured by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew.
    • TO
    • MY DEAR LITTLE PHIL
      • INDIAN FAIRY TALES
    • INDIAN FAIRY TALES
    • Preface
    • Contents
    • Full-page Illustrations
    • The Lion and the Crane
    • How the Raja's Son won the Princess Labam.
    • The Lambikin
    • Punchkin
    • The Broken Pot
    • The Magic Fiddle
    • The Cruel Crane Outwitted
    • Loving Laili
    • The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal
    • The Soothsayer's Son
    • Harisarman
    • The Charmed Ring
    • The Talkative Tortoise
    • A Lac of Rupees for a Bit of Advice
    • The Gold-giving Serpent
    • The Son of Seven Queens
    • A Lesson for Kings
    • Pride goeth before a Fall
    • Raja Rasalu.
    • The Ass in the Lion's Skin
    • The Farmer and the Money-lender
    • The Boy who had a Moon on his Forehead and a Star on his Chin
    • The Prince and the Fakir
    • Why the Fish Laughed.
    • The Demon with the Matted Hair
    • The Ivory City and its Fairy Princess
    • How Sun, Moon, and Wind went out to Dinner
    • How the Wicked Sons were Duped.
    • The Pigeon and the Crow
    • Notes and References
      • I. THE LION AND THE CRANE.
      • II. PRINCESS LABAM.
      • III. LAMBIKIN.
      • IV. PUNCHKIN.
      • V. THE BROKEN POT.
      • VI. THE MAGIC FIDDLE.
      • VII. THE CRUEL CRANE OUTWITTED.
      • VIII. LOVING LAILI.
      • IX. THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL.
      • X. THE SOOTHSAYER'S SON.
      • XI. HARISARMAN.
      • XII. THE CHARMED RING.
      • XIII. THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE.
      • XIV. LAC OF RUPEES.
      • XV. THE GOLD-GIVING SERPENT.
      • XVI. THE SON OF SEVEN QUEENS.
      • XVII. A LESSON FOR KINGS.
      • XVIII. PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL.
      • XIX. RAJA RASALU.
      • XX. THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN.
      • XXI. THE FARMER AND THE MONEY-LENDER.
      • XXII. THE BOY WITH MOON ON FOREHEAD.
      • XXIII. THE PRINCE AND THE FAKIR.
      • XXIV. WHY THE FISH LAUGHED.
      • XXV. THE DEMON WITH THE MATTED HAIR.
      • XXVI. THE IVORY PALACE.
      • XXVII. SUN, MOON, AND WIND.
      • XXVIII. HOW WICKED SONS WERE DUPED.
      • XXIX. THE PIGEON AND THE CROW.
    • I. THE LION AND THE CRANE.
    • II. PRINCESS LABAM.
    • III. LAMBIKIN.
    • IV. PUNCHKIN.
    • V. THE BROKEN POT.
    • VI. THE MAGIC FIDDLE.
    • VII. THE CRUEL CRANE OUTWITTED.
    • VIII. LOVING LAILI.
    • IX. THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL.
    • X. THE SOOTHSAYER'S SON.
    • XI. HARISARMAN.
    • XII. THE CHARMED RING.
    • XIII. THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE.
    • XIV. LAC OF RUPEES.
    • XV. THE GOLD-GIVING SERPENT.
    • XVI. THE SON OF SEVEN QUEENS.
    • XVII. A LESSON FOR KINGS.
    • XVIII. PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL.
    • XIX. RAJA RASALU.
    • XX. THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN.
    • XXI. THE FARMER AND THE MONEY-LENDER.
    • XXII. THE BOY WITH MOON ON FOREHEAD.
    • XXIII. THE PRINCE AND THE FAKIR.
    • XXIV. WHY THE FISH LAUGHED.
    • XXV. THE DEMON WITH THE MATTED HAIR.
    • XXVI. THE IVORY PALACE.
    • XXVII. SUN, MOON, AND WIND.
    • XXVIII. HOW WICKED SONS WERE DUPED.
    • XXIX. THE PIGEON AND THE CROW.
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