a. The Cat and the Mouse dcccc 
b. The Fakir and his Pot of Butter dccccii 
c. The Fishes and the Crab dcccciii 
d. The Crow and the Serpent dcccciii 
e. The Fox and the Wild Ass dcccciv 
f. The Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince dccccv 
g. The Crows and the Hawk dccccvi 
h. The Serpent-Charmer and his Wife dccccvii 
i. The Spider and the Wind dccccviii 
j. The Two Kings dccccix 
k. The Blind Man and the Cripple dccccx 
l. The Foolish Fisherman dccccxviii 
m. The Boy and the Thieves dccccxviii 
n. The Man and his Wilful Wife dccccxix 
o. The Merchant and the Thieves dccccxx 
p. The Foxes and the Wolf dccccxxi 
q. The Shepherd and the Thief dccccxxi 
r. The Heathcock and the Tortoises dccccxxiv 
162. Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber dccccxxx 
163. Abdallah the Fisherman and Abdallah the Merman dccccxl 
164. The Merchant of Oman dccccxlvi 
165. Ibrahim and Jemileh dcccclii 
166. Aboulhusn of Khorassan dcccclix 
167. Kemerezzeman and the Jeweller’s Wife dcccclxiii 
168. Abdallah ben Fazil and his Brothers dcccclxxviii 
169. Marouf the Cobbler and his Wife Fatimeh dcccclxxxix-mi [989-1001]
Comparison of the
same with Mr. Lane’s
and my version.
Nos. 1 to 6 of the preceding
list from Volume I. of my Edition.
Nos. 7 to 9aa
of the preceding list from Volume ii. of my Edition.
Nos. 9aa to 21
of the preceding list from Volume iii. of my Edition.
Nos. 21 to 58
of the preceding list from Volume iv. of my Edition.
Nos. 59 to 131
of the preceding list from Volume V. of my Edition.
Nos. 132 to 136
of the preceding list from Volume vi. of my Edition.