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Context of 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
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