Translated From the French. Containing, I. The Tale of Graciosa, and Prince Percinet, Shewing the Cruelty of A Proud Mother In-Law, to An Innocent Dutiful Virgin. The Bluebird, and Florina; Shewing the Happiness of Being Good-Natured in Both Sexes. [II]. Prince Avenant, and the Beauty With Locks of Gold, Shewing What Difficulties and Dangers Love Will Surmount. [III]. The King of the Peacocks, and the Princess Rosetta; Shewing the Vanity of Covetousness, Price; and Envy. Prince Nonpariel, and the Princess Brilliant; Wherein Is Shewn That Outward Beauty Is Not the Only Object Love Delights to Dwell In. VI. The Orange-tree, and Its Beloved Bee ; Shewing the Happiness of Those Lovers Who Shall Find Constancy in Per[f]ection. Dedicated to the Ladies of Great Britain
Publisher:London : printed for Mess. Bettesworth and Hitch at the Red-Lyon in Pater Noster-Row; R. Ware, at the Bible and Sun, Amen Corner; and James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge, 1734.