Townsend. Aesop's Fables

Today's free book is Aesop's Fables by George Fyler Townsend. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Sacred Texts, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also a free audiobook at LibriVox. You can get a free Kindle ebook from Amazon too!

1. The Wolf And The Lamb 
2. The Bat And The Weasels 
3. The Ass And The Grasshopper 
4. The Lion And The Mouse 
5. The Charcoal-Burner And The Fuller 
6. The Father And His Sons 
7. The Boy Hunting Locusts 
8. The Cock And The Jewel 
9. The Kingdom Of The Lion 
10. The Wolf And The Crane 
11. The Fisherman Piping 
12. Hercules And The Wagoner 
13. The Ants And The Grasshopper 
14. The Traveler And His Dog 
15. The Dog And The Shadow 
16. The Mole And His Mother 
17. The Herdsman And The Lost Bull 
18. The Hare And The Tortoise 
19. The Pomegranate, Apple-Tree, And Bramble 
20. The Farmer And The Stork 
21. The Farmer And The Snake 
22. The Fawn And His Mother 
23. The Bear And The Fox 
24. The Swallow And The Crow 
25. The Mountain In Labor 
26. The Ass, The Fox, And The Lion 
27. The Tortoise And The Eagle 
28. The Flies And The Honey-Pot 
29. The Man And The Lion 
30. The Farmer And The Cranes 
31. The Dog In The Manger 
32. The Fox And The Goat 
33. The Bear And The Two Travelers 
34. The Oxen And The Axle-Trees 
35. The Thirsty Pigeon 
36. The Raven And The Swan 
37. The Goat And The Goatherd 
38. The Miser 
39. The Sick Lion 
40. The Horse And Groom 
41. The Ass And The Lapdog 
42. The Lioness 
43. The Boasting Traveler 
44. The Cat And The Cock 
45. The Piglet, The Sheep, And The Goat 
46. The Boy And The Filberts 
47. The Lion In Love 
48. The Laborer And The Snake 
49. The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing 
50. The Ass And The Mule 
51. The Frogs Asking For A King 
52. The Boys And The Frogs 
53. The Sick Stag 
54. The Salt Merchant And His Ass 
55. The Oxen And The Butchers 
56. The Lion, The Mouse, And The Fox 
57. The Vain Jackdaw 
58. The Goatherd And The Wild Goats 
59. The Mischievous Dog 
60. The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail 
61. The Boy And The Nettles 
62. The Man And His Two Sweethearts 
63. The Astronomer 
64. The Wolves And The Sheep 
65. The Old Woman And The Physician 
66. The Fighting Cocks And The Eagle 
67. The Charger And The Miller 
68. The Fox And The Monkey 
69. The Horse And His Rider 
70. The Belly And The Members 
71. The Vine And The Goat 
72. Jupiter And The Monkey 
73. The Widow And Her Little Maidens 
74. The Shepherd's Boy And The Wolf 
75. The Cat And The Birds 
76. The Kid And The Wolf 
77. The Ox And The Frog 
78. The Shepherd And The Wolf 
79. The Father And His Two Daughters 
80. The Farmer And His Sons 
81. The Crab And Its Mother 
82. The Heifer And The Ox 
83. The Swallow, The Serpent, And The Court Of Justice 
84. The Thief And His Mother 
85. The Old Man And Death 
86. The Fir-Tree And The Bramble 
87. The Mouse, The Frog, And The Hawk 
88. The Man Bitten By A Dog 
89. The Two Pots 
90. The Wolf And The Sheep 
91. The Aethiop 
92. The Fisherman And His Nets 
93. The Huntsman And The Fisherman 
94. The Old Woman And The Wine-Jar 
95. The Fox And The Crow 
96. The Two Dogs 
97. The Stag In The Ox-Stall 
98. The Hawk, The Kite, And The Pigeons 
99. The Widow And The Sheep 
100. The Wild Ass And The Lion 
101. The Eagle And The Arrow 
102. The Sick Kite 
103. The Lion And The Dolphin 
104. The Lion And The Boar 
105. The One-Eyed Doe 
106. The Shepherd And The Sea 
107. The Ass, The Cock, And The Lion 
108. The Mice And The Weasels 
109. The Mice In Council 
110. The Wolf And The Housedog 
111. The Rivers And The Sea 
112. The Playful Ass 
113. The Three Tradesmen 
114. The Master And His Dogs 
115. The Wolf And The Shepherds 
116. The Dolphins, The Whales, And The Sprat 
117. The Ass Carrying The Image 
118. The Two Travelers And The Axe 
119. The Old Lion 
120. The Old Hound 
121. The Bee And Jupiter 
122. The Milk-Woman And Her Pail 
123. The Seaside Travelers 
124. The Brazier And His Dog 
125. The Ass And His Shadow 
126. The Ass And His Masters 
127. The Oak And The Reeds 
128. The Fisherman And The Little Fish 
129. The Hunter And The Woodman 
130. The Wild Boar And The Fox 
131. The Lion In A Farmyard 
132. Mercury And The Sculptor 
133. The Swan And The Goose 
134. The Swollen Fox 
135. The Fox And The Woodcutter 
136. The Birdcatcher, The Partridge, And The Cock 
137. The Monkey And The Fishermen 
138. The Flea And The Wrestler 
139. The Two Frogs 
140. The Cat And The Mice 
141. The Lion, The Bear, And The Fox 
142. The Doe And The Lion 
143. The Farmer And The Fox 
144. The Seagull And The Kite 
145. The Philosopher, The Ants, And Mercury 
146. The Mouse And The Bull 
147. The Lion And The Hare 
148. The Peasant And The Eagle 
149. The Image Of Mercury And The Carpenter 
150. The Bull And The Goat 
151. The Dancing Monkeys 
152. The Fox And The Leopard 
153. The Monkeys And Their Mother 
154. The Oaks And Jupiter 
155. The Hare And The Hound 
156. The Traveler And Fortune 
157. The Bald Knight 
158. The Shepherd And The Dog 
159. The Lamp 
160. The Lion, The Fox, And The Ass 
161. The Bull, The Lioness, And The Wild-Boar Hunter 
162. The Oak And The Woodcutters 
163. The Hen And The Golden Eggs 
164. The Ass And The Frogs 
165. The Crow And The Raven 
166. The Trees And The Axe 
167. The Crab And The Fox 
168. The Woman And Her Hen 
169. The Ass And The Old Shepherd 
170. The Kites And The Swans 
171. The Wolves And The Sheepdogs 
172. The Hares And The Foxes 
173. The Bowman And Lion 
174. The Camel 
175. The Wasp And The Snake 
176. The Dog And The Hare 
177. The Bull And The Calf 
178. The Stag, The Wolf, And The Sheep 
179. The Peacock And The Crane 
180. The Fox And The Hedgehog 
181. The Eagle, The Cat, And The Wild Sow 
182. The Thief And The Innkeeper 
183. The Mule 
184. The Hart And The Vine 
185. The Serpent And The Eagle 
186. The Crow And The Pitcher 
187. The Two Frogs 
188. The Wolf And The Fox 
189. The Walnut-Tree 
190. The Gnat And The Lion 
191. The Monkey And The Dolphin 
192. The Jackdaw And The Doves 
193. The Horse And The Stag 
194. The Kid And The Wolf 
195. The Prophet 
196. The Fox And The Monkey 
197. The Thief And The Housedog 
198. The Man, The Horse, The Ox, And The Dog 
199. The Apes And The Two Travelers 
200. The Wolf And The Shepherd 
201. The Hares And The Lions 
202. The Lark And Her Young Ones 
203. The Fox And The Lion 
204. The Weasel And The Mice 
205. The Boy Bathing 
206. The Ass And The Wolf 
207. The Seller Of Images 
208. The Fox And The Grapes 
209. The Man And His Wife 
210. The Peacock And Juno 
211. The Hawk And The Nightingale 
212. The Dog, The Cock, And The Fox 
213. The Wolf And The Goat 
214. The Lion And The Bull 
215. The Goat And The Ass 
216. The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse 
217. The Wolf, The Fox, And The Ape 
218. The Fly And The Draught-Mule 
219. The Fishermen 
220. The Lion And The Three Bulls 
221. The Fowler And The Viper 
222. The Horse And The Ass 
223. The Fox And The Mask 
224. The Geese And The Cranes 
225. The Blind Man And The Whelp 
226. The Dogs And The Fox 
227. The Cobbler Turned Doctor 
228. The Wolf And The Horse 
229. The Brother And The Sister 
230. The Wasps, The Partridges, And The Farmer 
231. The Crow And Mercury 
232. The North Wind And The Sun 
233. The Two Men Who Were Enemies 
234. The Gamecocks And The Partridge 
235. The Quack Frog 
236. The Lion, The Wolf, And The Fox 
237. The Dog's House 
238. The Wolf And The Lion 
239. The Birds, The Beasts, And The Bat 
240. The Spendthrift And The Swallow 
241. The Fox And The Lion 
242. The Owl And The Birds 
243. The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner 
244. The Ass In The Lion's Skin 
245. The Sparrow And The Hare 
246. The Flea And The Ox 
247. The Goods And The Ills 
248. The Dove And The Crow 
249. Mercury and the Workmen
250. The Eagle And The Jackdaw 
251. The Fox And The Crane 
252. Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus 
253. The Eagle And The Fox 
254. The Man And The Satyr 
255. The Ass And His Purchaser 
256. The Two Bags 
257. The Stag At The Pool 
258. The Jackdaw And The Fox 
259. The Lark Burying Her Father 
260. The Gnat And The Bull 
261. The Bitch And Her Whelps 
262. The Dogs And The Hides 
263. The Shepherd And The Sheep 
264. The Grasshopper And The Owl 
265. The Monkey And The Camel 
266. The Peasant And The Apple-Tree 
267. The Two Soldiers And The Robber 
268. The Trees Under The Protection Of The Gods 
269. The Mother And The Wolf 
270. The Ass And The Horse 
271. Truth and the Traveler 
272. The Manslayer 
273. The Lion And The Fox 
274. The Lion And The Eagle 
275. The Hen And The Swallow 
276. The Buffoon And The Countryman 
277. The Crow And The Serpent 
278. The Hunter And The Horseman 
279. The King's Son And The Painted Lion 
280. The Cat And Venus 
281. The She-Goats And Their Beards 
282. The Camel And The Arab 
283. The Miller, His Son, And Their Ass 
284. The Crow And The Sheep 
285. The Fox And The Bramble 
286. The Wolf And The Lion 
287. The Dog And The Oyster 
288. The Ant And The Dove 
289. The Partridge And The Fowler 
290. The Flea And The Man 
291. The Thieves And The Cock 
292. The Dog And The Cook 
293. The Travelers And The Plane-Tree 
294. The Hares And The Frogs 
295. The Lion, Jupiter, And The Elephant 
296. The Lamb And The Wolf 
297. The Rich Man And The Tanner 
298. The Shipwrecked Man And The Sea 
299. The Mules And The Robbers 
300. The Viper And The File 
301. The Lion And The Shepherd 
302. The Camel And Jupiter 
303. The Panther And The Shepherds 
304. The Ass And The Charger 
305. The Eagle And His Captor 
306. The Bald Man And The Fly 
307. The Olive-Tree And The Fig-Tree 
308. The Eagle And The Kite 
309. The Ass And His Driver 
310. The Thrush And The Fowler 
311. The Rose And The Amaranth 
312. The Frogs' Complaint Against The Sun

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