|Title:||Aesop at Amsterdam, balancing the Aesops at Tunbridg, Bathe, Whitehal, &c. by Ludlow Redivivus.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Aesop at Amsterdam, balancing the Aesops at Tunbridg, Bathe, Whitehal, &c. by Ludlow Redivivus.
Amsterdam: Printed for Myn Heer Vanden Flounder ..., 1698.
Eleven fables in verse ridiculing monarchial government. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Monarchy -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc.
Epistle Dedicatory, TO Old AESOP at Whitehal, &c.
AESOP AT AMSTERDAM.
FAB. I. The Summons.
FAB. II. The Interview.
FAB. III. The Frogs Concern.
FAB. IV. The Bees and the Hornet.
FAB. V. The Lion and Fox.
FAB. VI. The Weesil, Rats and Mice.
FAB. VII. Lubberland.
FAB. VIII. The Hawk and Birds.
FAB. IX. The Owl and the Mice.
FAB. X. Neptune and the Fishes.
FAB. XI. The Asylum.