THE PERSIAN TALES; containing, I. The History of Colouse, Son of Abdallah,Merchant of Damas, and the beautiful Dilara, daughter of Boyruc, a Kerait Grandee. II. The History of Prince Mirgehan, Son of Cabal Can, king of the Keraites. III. The History of Taher, son of Mouzaffer, merchant of Samarcande. IV. The history of Usbec Can, King of Tartary. V. The History of Prince Calaf, son of Timurtasch, Can of the Nogais Tartars, and the princess of China. VI. The History of Prince Fadlallah, son of Bin-Ortoc, King of Mousel, and Zemroude, daughter of Mouaffac, Governor of Baghdad. Part II.
London: Printed and Sold by Sabine and Son., Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, No date [circa 1808]. 95, [1 ad’s] pages. Wood-engraved frontispiece and two cuts within the text. Original plain blue wrappers. 180 x 105 mm. Pages cut unevenly; little turned at corners; else a very good copy. Rare. Worldcat list a complete copy of both parts in the British Library, and two copies of Part Ii only.