Arabian Nights. PL. 8. Abduhllah the Fisherman and Abdullah the Merman. "When Abdullah got the net ashore, he saw a man in it and he fled from him, but the man called out to him from within the net..."
Arabian Nights. Pl. 9. Abdullah the Fisherman and Abdullah the Merman. " Abdullah discovered before him and on his right and left mountains of water and solaced himself by gazing thereon and on the various sort of fish. Some of them favored buffaloes, others oxen and others dogs and yet others human beings..."
Arabian Nights. Pl. l. Kamar Al-Zaman and the Jeweller's Wife. "The boy displayed to the Dervish his bosom, saying, 'Look at my breasts which be goodlier than the breasts of maidens and my lipdews are sweeter than sugar candy...' "
Arabian Nights. Pl. 12. The Tale of the Ebony Horse. "Mounting the ebony horse he took her up behind him and made her fast to himself, binding her with strong bonds; after which he turned the shoulder-pin of ascent, and the horse rose him high in air..."