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|Notes:||Imperfect: title page stained. Title page through page 11 from defective Harvard University Library copy spliced at end.
"He was of all other men most deformed and evill shapen : for he had a great head, a larg visage, long jawes, sharp eyes, a short necke, crooke-backed, great belly, great legs, larg feet, : and yet that which was worse he was dumb and could not speake, but notwithstanding this, he had a singular wit and was very ingenious and subtill in cavillations and pleasant in words after he came to his spe[e]ch."
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
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|Other Titles:||Fables of Æsop.