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CONTENTS

PART II. FRENCH FABLES   PAGE
Death and the Woodman La Fontaine 321
The Fox and the Stork " 321
The Cock and the Pearl " 323
The Oak and the Reed " 323
The Council Held by the Rats " 325
The Bat and the Two Weasels " 326
The Fox and the Raven " 328
The Saying of Socrates " 329
The Hare's Ears " 329
The Cock, the Cat and the Young Mouse " 330
The Mule Who Boasted of His Family " 332
The Hare and the Tortoise " 333
The Sick Lion and the Fox " 334
The Animals Sick With the Plague " 335
The Milk-woman and Her Pail " 338
The Cobbler and the Financier " 339
The Rat and the Elephant " 341
The Monkey and the Cat " 342
The Kite and the Nightingale " 344
The Old Man and the Three Young Men " 345
The Cat and the Two Sparrows " 346
Cupid and Folly " 348
The Elephant and the Ape of Jupiter " 349
Madam Sage and Madam Tea Antoine François le Bailly 351
The Clock and the Sun-dial Houdard de La Motte 352
Honour, Fire and Water Etienne Pavilion 353
The Snake and the Hedgehog Henri Richer 354
The Ass and the Horse Antoine François le Bailly 355
The Apes and the Leopard Florian 355
The Rhinoceros and the Dromedary " 357
The Peacock, the Geese and the Diver " 358
The Confident Parrot " 358
The Critical Parrot " 360
The Two Bald Men " 361
The Flying-fish " 361
The Silkworm " 362