Beasts at Law
|Beasts at Law (1811)
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BEASTS AT LAW,
SATIRICAL, ALLEGORICAL, AND MORAL.
IN THREE CANTOS.
TRANSLATED FROM THE ARABIC OF
SAMPFILIUS PHILOERIN, Z. Y. X. W. &c. &c.
Whose Fables have made so much noise in the East, and whose fame has
eclipsed that of Æsop.
WITH NOTES AND ANNOTATIONS.
BY SAMUEL WOODWORTH.
"I call no man an Ape or Ass,
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J. HARMER & C0,
No. 35 Nassau-street.
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