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Literary Fables of Yriarte

By Tomás de Iriarte
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  • LITERARY FABLES
  • OF
  • YRIARTE.
    • (Tomás de Iriarte y Oropesa)
      • TRANSLATED FROM THE SPANISH,
      • BY
      • GEO. H. DEVEREUX.
    • TRANSLATED FROM THE SPANISH,
    • BY
    • GEO. H. DEVEREUX.
    • PREFACE.
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • FABLE I.
      • THE ELEPHANT AND OTHER ANIMALS
      • FABLE II.
      • THE SILKWORM AND SPIDER.
      • FABLE III.
      • THE BEAR, THE MONKEY AND THE HOG.
      • FABLE IV.
      • THE DRONES AND THE BEE.
      • FABLE V.
      • THE TWO PARROTS AND THE MAGPIE.
      • FABLE VI.
      • THE SHOWMAN'S MONKEY AND HIS MASTER.
      • FABLE VII.
      • THE CATHEDRAL BELL AND THE LITTLE BELL.
      • FABLE VIII.
      • THE ASS AND THE FLUTE.
      • FABLE IX.
      • THE ANT AND THE FLEA.
      • FABLE X.
      • THE WALL-FLOWER AND THE THYME.
      • FABLE XI.
      • THE RABBITS AND THE DOGS.
      • FABLE XII.
      • THE EGGS.
      • FABLE XIII.
      • THE DUCK AND THE SNAKE.
      • FABLE XIV.
      • THE MUFF, THE FAN, AND THE UMBRELLA.
      • FABLE XV.
      • THE FROG AND THE TADPOLE.
      • FABLE XVI.
      • THE BUSTARD.
      • FABLE XVII.
      • THE LINNET AND THE SWAN.
      • FABLE XVIII.
      • THE HACK MULE.
      • FABLE XIX.
      • THE GOAT AND THE HORSE.
      • FABLE XX.
      • THE BEE AND THE CUCKOO.
      • FABLE XXI.
      • THE RAT AND THE CAT.
      • FABLE XXII.—XXIII.
      • THE OWL AND LAMP,
      • THE DOGS AND THE RAGMAN.
      • FABLE XXIV.
      • THE THRUSH, PARROT AND MAGPIE.
      • FABLE XXV.
      • THE WOLF AND THE SHEPHERD.
      • FABLE XXVI.
      • THE LION, EAGLE AND BAT.
      • FABLE XXVII.
      • THE MONKEY.
      • FABLE XXVIII.
      • THE ASS AND HIS MASTER.
      • FABLE XXIX.
      • THE TURNSPIT AND THE MULE OF THE WELL.
      • FABLE XXX.
      • THE AUTHOR AND THE RAT.
      • FABLE XXXI.
      • THE SQUIRREL AND THE HORSE.
      • FABLE XXXII.
      • THE FOX AND THE LADY.
      • FABLE XXXIII.
      • THE OSTRICH, THE DROMEDARY, AND THE FOX.
      • FABLE XXXIV.
      • THE CROW AND THE TURKEY.
      • FABLE XXXV.
      • THE SILKWORM AND THE CATERPILLAR.
      • FABLE XXXVI.
      • THE PURCHASE OF THE ASS.
      • FABLE XXXVII.
      • THE OX AND THE GRASSHOPPER.
      • FABLE XXXVIII.
      • THE MACAW AND THE MARMOT.
      • FABLE XXXIX.
      • THE PORTRAIT.
      • FABLE XL.
      • THE TWO INNS.
      • FABLE XLI.
      • THE TEA-PLANT AND SAGE.
      • FABLE XLII.
      • THE CAT, THE LIZARD, AND THE CRICKET.
      • FABLE XLIII.
      • THE CONCERT OF THE BEASTS.
      • FABLE XLIV.
      • THE SWORD AND THE SPIT.
      • FABLE XLV.
      • THE UNFORTUNATES.
      • FABLE XLVI.
      • THE COCKS.
      • FABLE XLVII.
      • THE MONKEY AND THE MAGPIE.
      • FABLE XLVIII.
      • THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE SPARROW.
      • FABLE XLIX.
      • THE GARDENER AND HIS MASTER.
      • FABLE L.
      • THE TWO THRUSHES.
      • FABLE LI.
      • THE LACE-MAKERS.
      • FABLE LII.
      • THE HUNTER AND HIS FERRET.
      • FABLE LIII.
      • THE PIG, THE COCK, AND THE LAMB.
      • FABLE LIV.
      • THE FLINT AND THE STEEL.
      • FABLE LV.
      • THE JUDGE AND THE ROBBER.
      • FABLE LVI.
      • THE HOUSEMAID AND THE BROOM.
      • FABLE LVII.
      • THE LIZARDS.
      • FABLE LVIII.
      • THE WATCHES.
      • FABLE LIX.
      • THE MOLE AND OTHER ANIMALS.
      • FABLE LX.
      • THE ROPE-DANCER.
      • FABLE LXI.
      • THE OWL AND THE TOAD.
      • FABLE LXII.
      • THE OIL-MERCHANT'S ASS.
      • FABLE LXIII.
      • THE CONNOISSEURS.
      • FABLE LXIV.
      • THE FROG AND THE HEN.
      • FABLE LXV.
      • THE BEETLE.
      • FABLE LXVI.
      • THE RICH MAN'S LIBRARY.
      • FABLE LXVII.
      • THE VIPER AND THE LEECH.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • FABLE I.
    • THE ELEPHANT AND OTHER ANIMALS
    • FABLE II.
    • THE SILKWORM AND SPIDER.
    • FABLE III.
    • THE BEAR, THE MONKEY AND THE HOG.
    • FABLE IV.
    • THE DRONES AND THE BEE.
    • FABLE V.
    • THE TWO PARROTS AND THE MAGPIE.
    • FABLE VI.
    • THE SHOWMAN'S MONKEY AND HIS MASTER.
    • FABLE VII.
    • THE CATHEDRAL BELL AND THE LITTLE BELL.
    • FABLE VIII.
    • THE ASS AND THE FLUTE.
    • FABLE IX.
    • THE ANT AND THE FLEA.
    • FABLE X.
    • THE WALL-FLOWER AND THE THYME.
    • FABLE XI.
    • THE RABBITS AND THE DOGS.
    • FABLE XII.
    • THE EGGS.
    • FABLE XIII.
    • THE DUCK AND THE SNAKE.
    • FABLE XIV.
    • THE MUFF, THE FAN, AND THE UMBRELLA.
    • FABLE XV.
    • THE FROG AND THE TADPOLE.
    • FABLE XVI.
    • THE BUSTARD.
    • FABLE XVII.
    • THE LINNET AND THE SWAN.
    • FABLE XVIII.
    • THE HACK MULE.
    • FABLE XIX.
    • THE GOAT AND THE HORSE.
    • FABLE XX.
    • THE BEE AND THE CUCKOO.
    • FABLE XXI.
    • THE RAT AND THE CAT.
    • FABLE XXII.—XXIII.
    • THE OWL AND LAMP,
    • THE DOGS AND THE RAGMAN.
    • FABLE XXIV.
    • THE THRUSH, PARROT AND MAGPIE.
    • FABLE XXV.
    • THE WOLF AND THE SHEPHERD.
    • FABLE XXVI.
    • THE LION, EAGLE AND BAT.
    • FABLE XXVII.
    • THE MONKEY.
    • FABLE XXVIII.
    • THE ASS AND HIS MASTER.
    • FABLE XXIX.
    • THE TURNSPIT AND THE MULE OF THE WELL.
    • FABLE XXX.
    • THE AUTHOR AND THE RAT.
    • FABLE XXXI.
    • THE SQUIRREL AND THE HORSE.
    • FABLE XXXII.
    • THE FOX AND THE LADY.
    • FABLE XXXIII.
    • THE OSTRICH, THE DROMEDARY, AND THE FOX.
    • FABLE XXXIV.
    • THE CROW AND THE TURKEY.
    • FABLE XXXV.
    • THE SILKWORM AND THE CATERPILLAR.
    • FABLE XXXVI.
    • THE PURCHASE OF THE ASS.
    • FABLE XXXVII.
    • THE OX AND THE GRASSHOPPER.
    • FABLE XXXVIII.
    • THE MACAW AND THE MARMOT.
    • FABLE XXXIX.
    • THE PORTRAIT.
    • FABLE XL.
    • THE TWO INNS.
    • FABLE XLI.
    • THE TEA-PLANT AND SAGE.
    • FABLE XLII.
    • THE CAT, THE LIZARD, AND THE CRICKET.
    • FABLE XLIII.
    • THE CONCERT OF THE BEASTS.
    • FABLE XLIV.
    • THE SWORD AND THE SPIT.
    • FABLE XLV.
    • THE UNFORTUNATES.
    • FABLE XLVI.
    • THE COCKS.
    • FABLE XLVII.
    • THE MONKEY AND THE MAGPIE.
    • FABLE XLVIII.
    • THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE SPARROW.
    • FABLE XLIX.
    • THE GARDENER AND HIS MASTER.
    • FABLE L.
    • THE TWO THRUSHES.
    • FABLE LI.
    • THE LACE-MAKERS.
    • FABLE LII.
    • THE HUNTER AND HIS FERRET.
    • FABLE LIII.
    • THE PIG, THE COCK, AND THE LAMB.
    • FABLE LIV.
    • THE FLINT AND THE STEEL.
    • FABLE LV.
    • THE JUDGE AND THE ROBBER.
    • FABLE LVI.
    • THE HOUSEMAID AND THE BROOM.
    • FABLE LVII.
    • THE LIZARDS.
    • FABLE LVIII.
    • THE WATCHES.
    • FABLE LIX.
    • THE MOLE AND OTHER ANIMALS.
    • FABLE LX.
    • THE ROPE-DANCER.
    • FABLE LXI.
    • THE OWL AND THE TOAD.
    • FABLE LXII.
    • THE OIL-MERCHANT'S ASS.
    • FABLE LXIII.
    • THE CONNOISSEURS.
    • FABLE LXIV.
    • THE FROG AND THE HEN.
    • FABLE LXV.
    • THE BEETLE.
    • FABLE LXVI.
    • THE RICH MAN'S LIBRARY.
    • FABLE LXVII.
    • THE VIPER AND THE LEECH.
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