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ANONYMOUS AND PSEUDONYMOUS
INCLUDING THE WORKS OF FOREIGNERS WRITTEN IN,
OR TRANSLATED INTO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
BY THE LATE SAMUEL HALKETT,
THE LATE REV. JOHN LAING, M.A.,
LIBRARIAN OF THE NEW COLLEGE LIBRARY, EDINBURGH.
EDINBURGH: WILLIAM PATERSON.
FABIAN'S Tower. A novel. By the author of Smugglers and foresters. [Mary Rosa Stewart KETTLE.] In three volumes.
London 1852. Duodecimo.*
FABIOLA; or, the Church of the catacombs. [By Nicholas Patrick WISEMAN, Cardinal.]
London: MDCCCLV. Octavo.*
FABLE (the) of Ovid treting of Narcissus, with a moral thereunto, very pleasante to rede. [By Thomas HOWELL?]
1560. [W., Warton, iii. 417.] Under the signature of T. H.
FABLE (the) of the bees: or, private vices, publick benefits. The second edition, enlarged with many additions. As also an essay on charityschools. And a search into the nature of Society. [By Bernard de MANDEVILLE, M.D.]
London: 1723. Octavo. Pp. 8. 428. 11.*
FABLE (the) of the sacred phenix, or, of Prelacy revived from the ashes of its funerals [by Simon Couper]. Briefly examin'd and refuted, by the author of the Funeral of Prelacy. [Robert WHYTE, of Banochy, advocate.]
Printed in the year, 1704. Quarto.* [Adv.
FABLE (a) of the widow and her cat. [By Matthew PRIOR and Jonathan SWIFT, D.D.]
London, 1711. Folio. [Broadside.]* [Bodl.]
FABLES, antient and modern, adapted for the use of children from three to eight years of age. By Edward Baldwin Esq. [William GODWIN.]
London 1821. Duodecimo. [Adv. Lib.] FABLES for grown gentlemen: for the year 1770. [By John HALL-StevenSON.] [Part II.]
London: MDCCLXX. Quarto. Pp. 54. b. t.* FABLES for grown gentlemen: or, a fable for every day in the week. [By John HALL-STEVENSON.]
London: MDCCLXI. Quarto. Pp. 40.* [Nichols, Lit. Anec., iii. 86.]
FABLES for the female sex. [By E. MOORE and H. BROOKE.] [In verse.]
London 1744. Octavo. [Brit. Mus.] FABLES for the holy alliance, Rhymes on the road, &c. &c. By Thomas Brown, the younger, secretary of the Poco-curante Society, and author of the Fudge family, and the Two-penny post-bag. [Thomas MOORE.] New edition.
London 1823. Duodecimo. Pp. xiv. 200.* [Lowndes, Bibliog. Man.]