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JAMES'S EDITION OF ÆSOP'S FABLES,
To be published this Christmas.
THE DOG AND THE SHADOW.
THE WOLF AND THE CRANE.
TIIE COCK AND THE JEWEL.
A New Version, from the Original Greek. Adapted for Schools and Young Persons.
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