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The Resource The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son. : In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter, (electronic resource)

The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son. : In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter, (electronic resource)

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The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son. : In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter
Title
The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son.
Title remainder
In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter
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Language
eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T206850
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Reynard the Fox
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English fiction
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The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son. : In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland
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ESTCT206850
Dimensions
180
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unknown
Edition
The twelfth edition
Extent
178,[2]p.
Form of item
electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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ill.
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The most pleasing and delightful history of Reynard the fox, and Reynardine his son. : In two parts. With morals to each chapter, explaining what appears doubtful, or allegorical: illustrated with a curious device, or picture, representing to the eye all the material passages. To which is added, The history of Cawood the rook: or, the assembly of birds: with the several speeches they made to the eagle, in hopes to have the government in his absence: how the rook was banish'd; with the reason why crafty fellows are called rooks. Together with morals and expositions on every chapter, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland
  • Copy catalogued imprint obscured; verify imprint transcription
Control code
ESTCT206850
Dimensions
180
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The twelfth edition
Extent
178,[2]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
ill.
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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