Phaedri Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque, quales omni parte illustratos publicavit Joann. Gottlob. Sam. Schwabe. Accedunt Romuli Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quatuor, quibus novas Phaedri Fabellas cum notulis variorum et suis subjunxit J. B. Gail.
Adry, Jean Félicissime,
Desbillons, François-Joseph Terrasse,
Schwabe, Johann Gottlob Samuel
Apparently Jean Baptiste Gail took the ample 1806 edition of Johann Samuel Schwabe and made it even more ample. The T of C at the end of this volume is itself exhausting as it moves through manuscripts, editions, and disputations in French, German, and Latin. Phaedrus' work actually begins on 327. It is nice to see the Jesuit Desbillons represented. Pack Carnes in Phaedri Fabularum Scriptor calls this 1826 edition the second, though I find no indication of that fact in the book itself. The four plates are described in detail on xiii-xiv. The frontispiece includes The Fox and the Mask; 439 puts together Aesop and FS; and the last two (439 and 464) are from II.5, Caesar and the Flunky.
Colligebat Nicolaus Eligius Lemaire