Fables de Gay, Traduites en Vers Français
Here is a wonderful little find! Bodemann lists this edition as #11.12. All fifty of Gay's first edition of fables are here, concluding with Le Lièvre qui a beaucoup d'amis. Seven of the fables have strong landscape oval illustrations by Adam after the illustrations that had appeared in the 1793 Stockdale edition of Gay. Those that appear here are Le Berger et le Philosophe; L'Epagneul et le Caméléon; Le Singe qui a vu le monde; Le Bouc sans Barbe (my favorite here!); Le Renard mourant; La Fermiere et la Corneille; and Le Conseil des Chevaux. Each is marked with a page number to help the bookbinder. There is also a frontispiece of Jean Gay. There is a T of C on 183-4.
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