INDEX TO THE TALES.



N.B.--The Roman numerals denote the volume.

Aaisheh, Musab ben ez Zubeir and his wife, iv.
Abdallah the Fisherman and Abdallah the Merman, viii.
Abdallah ben Fazil and his brothers, ix.
Abdallah ben Maamer with the Man of Bassora and his slave-girl, iv.
Abdurrehman the Moor's story of the Roc, iv.
Abou Hassan ez Ziyadi and the Man from Khorassan, iv.
Abou Isa and Curret el Ain, The Loves of, iv.
Abou Jaafer the Leper, Aboulhusn ed Durraj and, v.
Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber, viii.
Aboulaswed and his squinting slave-girl, iv.
Aboulhusn and his slave-girl Taweddud, iv.
Aboulhusn ed Durraj and Abou Jaafer the Leper, v.
Aboulhusn of Khorassan, ix.
Abou Mohammed the Lazy, iv.
Abou Nuwas, Haroun er Reshid with .be damsel and, iv.
Abou Nuwas and the Three Boys, iv.
Abousir the Barber, Aboukir the Dyer and, viii.
Abou Suweid and the handsome old woman, iv.
Abou Yousuf with Haroun er Reshid and his Vizier Jaafer, The Imam, iv.
Abou Yousuf with Er Reshid and Zubeideh, The Imam, iv.
Adam, The Birds and Beasts and the Son of, iii.
Adi ben Zeid and the Princess Hind, iv.
Afrit's Mistress, The King's Son and the, v.
Agib, The History of Gherib and his brother, vi.
Alaeddin Abou esh Shamat, iii.
Alexandria (The Sharper of) and the Master of Police, iv.
Ali ben Bekkar and Shemsennehar, iii.
Ali of Cairo, The Adventures of Quicksilver, vi.
Ali Noureddin and the Frank King's Daughter, viii
Ali the Persian and the Kurd Sharper, iii.
Ali Shar and Zumurrud, iv.
Ali ben Tahir and the girl Mounis, iv.
Almsgiving, The Woman whose hands were cut off for, iv.
Amin (El) and his uncle Ibrahim ben el Mehdi, iv.
Anoushirwan, The Righteousness of King, v.
Anoushirwan, Kisra, and the village damsel, iv.
Angel of Death and the King of the Children of Israel, The, v.
Angel of Death with the Proud King and the Devout Man, The, v.
Angel of Death and the Rich King, The, v.
Ape, The King's Daughter and the, iv.
Apples of Paradise, The, iv.
Apples, The Three, i.
Arab girl, Haroun er Reshid and the, vi.
Arab youth, The Khalif Hisham and the, iii.
Ardeshir and Heyat en Nufous, vi.
Asmai (El) and the three girls of Bassora, vi.
Ass, The Ox and the, i.
Ass, The Wild, The Fox and, viii.
Aziz and Azizeh, ii.
Azizeh, Aziz and, ii.

Baghdad, The Haunted House in, iv.
Baghdad, Khelifeh the Fisherman of, vii.
Baghdad, The Porter and the Three Ladies of, i.
Baghdad (The ruined man of) and his slave-girl, viii.
Baghdad, The Scavenger and the noble Lady of, iii.
Bakoun's Story of the Hashish-Eater, ii.
Barber's Story, The, i.
Barber's First Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber's Second Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber's Third Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber's Fourth Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber's Fifth Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber's Sixth Brother, Story of the, i.
Barber, Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the, viii.
Barber-Surgeon, Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the, iii.
Barmecide, Jaafer the, and the old Bedouin, iv.
Bassora (the man of) and his slave-girl, Abdallah ben Maamer with iv.
Bassora, El Asmai and the three girls of, vi.
Bassora (Hassan of)) and the King's daughter of the Jinn, vii.
Bassora, The Lovers of, vi.
Bath, Haroun er Reshid and Zubeideh in the, iv.
Bathkeeper's Wife, The Vizier's Son and the, v.
Beanseller, Jaafer the Barmecide and the, iv.
Bear, Werdan the Butcher's adventure with the Lady and the, iv.
Beasts and the Son of Adam, The Birds and, iii.
Bediya d Jemal, Seif el Mulouk and, vii.
Bedouin, Jaafer the Barmecide and the old, iv.
Bedouin, Omar ben Khettab and the young, iv.
Bedouin and his wife, The, vi.
Bedr Basim of Persia, Julnar of the Sea and her son King, vii.
Bedreddin Hassan, Noureddin Ali of Cairo and his son, i.
Behram, Prince of Persia, and the Princess Ed Detma, v.
Bekhit, Story of the Eunuch, i.
Beloukiya, The Adventures of, v.
Belvedere, The House with the, v.
Benou Tai, The Lovers of the, iv.
Benou Udhreh, The Lovers of the, iv, vi.
Birds and Beasts and the Son of Adam, The, iii.
Birds, The Falcon and the, iii.
Birds (the Speech of), The page who feigned to know, v.
Black Slave, The pious, v.
Blacksmith who could handle fire without hurt, The, v.
Blind Man and the Cripple, The, viii.
Boulac Police, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Boys, Abou Nuwas and the Three, iv.
Boy and Girl at School, The Loves of the, iv.
Boy and the Thieves, The, viii.
Boy (The woman who had to lover a) and the other who had to lover a man, iv.
Brass, The City of, v.
Broker's Story, The Christian, i.
Budour and Jubeir ben Umeir, The Loves of, iv.
Budour, Kemerezzeman and, iii.
Butcher's adventure with the Lady and the Bear, Werdan the, iv.
Butter, the Fakir and his pot of, viii.

Cadi, The Jewish, and his pious wife, v.
Cairo (New) Police, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Cairo (Old) Police, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Cairo, The Adventures of Quicksilver Ali of, vi.
Calender's Story, The First, i.
Calender's Story, The Second, i.
Calender's Story, The Third, i.
Cashmere Singing-girl, The Goldsmith and the, v.
Cat and the Crow, The, iii.
Cat and the Mouse, The, viii.
Champion (The Muslim) and the Christian Lady, v.
Chaste Wife, The Lover's Trick against the, v.
Christian Broker's Story, The, i.
City of Brass, The, v.
Cloud (The saint to whom God gave a) to serve him, v.
Cobbler (Marouf the) and his wife Fatimeh, ix.
Controller's Story, The, i.
Cons Police and the Sharper, The Chief of the, iv.
Crab, The Fishes and the, viii.
Cripple, The Blind Man and the, viii.
Crow, The Fox and the, iii.
Crow and the Serpent, The, viii.
Crow, The Cat and the, iii.
Crows and the Hawk, The, viii.
Curret el Ain, The loves of Abou Isa and, iv.

Death (The Angel of) and the King of the Children of Israel. v.
Death (The Angel of) with the Proud King and the Devout Man, v.
Death (The Angel of) and the Rich King, v.
Debauchee and the Three-year-old Child, The, v.
Delileh the Crafty and her daughter Zeyneb the Trickstress, The Rogueries of, vi.
Desert (The old woman who dwelt in the) and the pilgrim, iv.
Detma (The Princess Ed), Prince Behram of Persia and, v.
Device (The wife's) to cheat her husband, v.
Devil, Ibrahim of Mosul and the, vi.
Devil, Isaac of Mosul and his mistress anal the, vi.
Devout Israelite, The, iv.
Devout Platter-maker and his wife, The, v.
Devout Prince, The, iv.
Devout woman and the two wicked elders, The, iv.
Dibil el Khuzai and Muslim ben el Welid, iv.
Dish of Gold, The man who stole the Dog's, iv.
Doctor (The strange) and the Khalif El Mamoun, iv.
Dog's Dish of Gold, The man who stole the, iv.
Douban, The Physician, i.
Dream, The ruined man who became rich through a, iv.
Drop of Honey, The, v.
Dunya, Taj el Mulouk and the Princess, ii.
Durraj (Aboulhusn ed) and Abou Jaafer the Leper, v.
Dust, The Woman who made her husband sift,, v.
Dyer, Abousir the Barber and Aboukir the, viii

Eagle, The Sparrow and the, iii.
Egypt (The man of Upper) and his Frank wife, viii.
Elders, The devout woman and the two wicked, iv.
Eldest Lady's Story, The, i.
Enchanted Horse, The, iv.
Enchanted Springs, The, v.
Enchanted Youth, The, i.
Enis el Jelis, Noureddin Ali and the Damsel, i.
Envied, The Envier and the, i.
Envier and the Envied, The, i.
Eunuch Bekhit, Story of the, i.
Eunuch Kafour, Story of the, i.

Fakir and his pot of butter, The, viii.
Falcon and the Birds, The, iii.
Falcon, King Sindbad and his, i.
Fatimeh, Marouf the Cobbler and his wife, ix.
Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit, The, v.
Feth ben Khacan (El) and El Mutawekkil, iv.
Fisherman, Abdallah the Merman and Abdallah the, viii.
Fisherman of Baghdad, Khelifeh the, vii.
Fisherman, The Foolish, viii.
Fisherman and the Genie, The, i.
Fisherman, Khusrau and Shirin and the, iv.
Fishes and the Crab, The, viii.
Five Suitors, The Lady and her, v.
Flea, The Mouse and the, iii.
Folk, The Fox and the, v.
Forger, Yehya ben Khalid and the, iv.
Fox and the Crow, The, iii.
Fox and the Folk, The, v.
Fox and the Wild Ass, The, viii.
Fox, The Wolf and the, iii.
Foxes and the Wolf, The, viii.
Frank King's Daughter, Ali Noureddin and the, viii.
Frank wife, The man of Upper Egypt and his, viii.
Fuller and his son, The, v.

Girl, Haroun er Reshid and the Arab, vi.
Girl at School. The Loves of the Boy and, iv.
Girls of Bassora, El Asmal and the three, vi.
Girls, Haroun er Reshid and the three, iv.
Girls, Haroun er Reshid and the two, iv.
Generous friend, The poor man and his, iv.
Genie, The Fisherman and the, i.
Genie. The Merchant and the, i.
Ghanim ben Eyoub the Slave of Love, i.
Gherib and his brother Agib, The History of, vi.
Goldsmith and the Cashmere Singing Girl, The, v.
Goldsmith's wife, The water-carrier and the, iv.

Hakim (The Khalif El) and the Merchant, iv.
Haroun er Reshid and the Arab girl, vi.
Haroun er Reshid with the Damsel and Abou Nuwas, iv.
Haroun er Reshid and the three girls, iv.
Haroun er Reshid and the three poets, iv.
Haroun er Reshid and the two girls, iv.
Haroun er Reshid and Zubeideh in the Bath, iv.
Hashish-Eater, Bakoun's Story of the, ii.
Hassan of Bassora and the King's daughter of the Jinn, vii.
Hassan, King Mohammed ben Sebaik and the Merchant, vii.
Hatim et Tai: his generosity after death, iii.
Haunted House in Baghdad, The, iv.
Hawk, The Crows and the, viii.
Hawk and the Partridge, The, iii.
Heathcock and the Tortoises, The, viii.
Hedgehog and the Pigeons, The, iii.
Hejjaj (El), Hind daughter of En Numan and, vi.
Hejjaj (El) and the pious man, v.
Hemmad the Bedouin's Story, ii.
Hermit, The Ferryman of the Nile and the, v.
Hermits, The, iii.
Heyat en Nufous, Ardeshir and, vi.
Hind, Adi ben Zeid and the Princess, iv.
Hind daughter of En Numan and El Hejjaj, vi.
Hind (King Jelyaad of) and his Vizier Shimas, viii.
Hisham and the Arab Youth, The Khalif, iii.
Honey, The Drop of, v.
Horse, the Enchanted, iv.
Hunchback, Story of the, i.

Ibn el Caribi, Mesrour and, iv.
Ibrahim el Khawwas and the Christian King's Daughter, v.
Ibrahim ben d Khesib and Jemileh, ix.
Ibrahim of Mosul and the Devil, vi.
Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and El Amin, iv.
Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the Barber-Surgeon, iii.
Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the Merchant's Sister, iv.
Ignorant man who set up for a schoolmaster, The, iv.
Ikrimeh el Feyyaz, Khuzeimeh ben Bishr and, vi.
Imam Abou Yousuf with Haroun er Reshid and Jaafer, The, iv.
Imam Abou Yousuf with Er Reshid and Zubeideh, The, iv.
Irem, The City of, iii.
Isaac of Mosul's Story of Khedijeh and the Khalif Mamoun, iii.
Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant, iv.
Isaac of Mosul and his mistress and the Devil, vi.
Island, The King of the, v.
Iskender Dhoulkernein and a certain tribe of poor folk, v.
Israelite, The Devout, iv.

Jaafer the Barmecide and the Beanseller, iv.
Jaafer the Barmecide and the old Bedouin, iv.
Jaafer ben el Hadi, Mohammed el Amin and, iv.
Janshah, The Story of, v.
Jelyaad of Hind and his Vizier Shimas, King, viii.
Jemileh, Ibrahim ben el Khesib and, ix.
Jeweller's Wife, Kemerezzeman and the ix.
Jewish Cadi and his pious wife, The, v.
Jewish Physician's Story, The, i.
Jouder and his brothers, vi.
Jubeir ben Umeir and Budour, The Loves of, iv.
Julnar of the Sea and her son King Bedr Basim of Persia, vii.
Justice of Providence, The, v.

Kafour, Story of the Eunuch, i.
Kemerezzeman and Budour, iii.
Kemerezzeman and the Jeweller's Wife, ix.
Khalif, The Mock, iii.
Khawwas (Ibrahim el) and the Christian King's Daughter, v.
Khedijeh and the Khalif Mamoun, Isaac of Mosul's Story of, iii.
Khelif the Fisherman of Baghdad (Breslau Version), vii.
Khelifeh the Fisherman of Baghdad, vii.
Khorassan, Abou Hassan ez Ziyadi and the man from, iv.
Khorassan, Aboulhusn of, ix.
Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman, iv.
Khazeimeh ben Bishr and Ikrimeh el Feyyaz, vi.
King of the Island, The, v.
King and the Pilgrim Prince, The Unjust, viii.
King and the virtuous wife, The, iv.
King and his Virier's Wife, The, v.
King's Daughter and the Ape, The, iv.
King's Son and the Afrit's Mistress, The, v.
King's Son and the Merchant's wife, The, v.
King's Son and the Ogress, The, i, v.
Kings, The two, viii.
Kisra Anoushirwan and the Village damsel, iv.
Kurd Sharper, Ali the Persian and the, iii.

Lady of Baghdad, The Scavenger and the noble, iii.
Lady's Story, The Eldest, i.
Lady and her five suitors, The, v.
Lady and her two Lovers, The, v.
Ladies of Baghdad, the Porter and the Three, i.
Laughed again, The man who never, v.
Lazy, Abou Mohammed the, iv.
Lebtait, The City of, iii.
Leper, Aboulhusn ed Durraj and Abou Jaafer the, v.
Loaves of Bread, The Niggard and the, v.
Lover, The Mad, iv.
Lover who feigned himself a thief to save his mistress's honour, The, iv.
Lover's trick against the chaste wife, The, v.
Lovers of Bassora, The vi.
Lovers of the Benou Tai, The, iv.
Lovers of the Benou Udhreh, The, iv, vi.
Lovers, The Lady and her two, v.
Lovers of Medina, The, vi.
Lovers, The Three unfortunate, iv.
Loves of the Boy and Girl at School, The, iv.

Maan ben Zaideh and the Bedouin, iii.
Maan ben Zaideh and the Three Girls, iii.
Mad Lover, The, iv.
Malice of Women, The, v.
Mamoun, Isaac of Mosul's Story of Khedijeh and the Khalif, iii.
Mamoun (El) and the Pyramids of Egypt, iv.
Mamoun and the strange Doctor, The Khalif, iv.
Man who never laughed again, The, v.
Man (The Woman who had to lover a) and the other who had to lover a boy, iv.
Marouf the Cobbler and his wife Fatimeh, ix.
Medina, The Lovers of, vi.
Mehboubeh, El Mutawekkil and his favourite, iv.
Melik en Nasir (El) and the three Masters of Police, iv.
Melik en Nasir (El) and his Vizier, vi.
Mensour, Yehya ben Khalid and, iv.
Merman and Abdallah the Fisherman, Abdallah the, viii.
Meryem, Ali Noureddin and, viii.
Merchant and the Genie, The, i.
Merchant of Oman, The, ix.
Merchant and the Thieves, The, viii.
Merchant and the Two Sharpers, The, iii.
Merchant's Sister, Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the, iv.
Merchant's wife, The King's son and the, v.
Merchant's wife and the Parrot, The, v..
Mesrour and Ibn el Caribi, iv.
Mesrour and Zein el Mewasif, viii.
Miller and his wife, The, iv.
Mock Khalif, The, iii.
Mohammed el Amin and Jaafer ben el Hadi, iv.
Mohammed ben Sebaik and the Merchant Hassan, King, vii.
Money-changer, The Thief and the, iv.
Monkey, The Thief and his, iii.
Mounis, Ali ben Tahir and the girl, iv.
Mouse, The Cat and the, viii.
Mouse and the Flea, The, iii.
Mouse and the Weasel, The, iii.
Musab ben ez Zubeir and Aaisheh his wife, iv.
Muslim Champion and the Christian Lady, The, v.
Muslim ben el Welid and Dibil el Khuzai, iv.
Mutawekkil (El) and El Feth ben Khacan, iv.
Mutawekkil (El) and his favourite Mehboubeh, iv.
Mutelemmis (El) and his wife Umeimeh, iv.

Necklace, The Stolen, v.
Niggard and the Loaves of Bread, The, v.
Night of Power, The man who saw the, v.
Nile (The Ferryman of the) and the Hermit, v.
Nimeh ben er Rebya and Num his Slave-girl, iii.
Noureddin Ali and the Damsel Enis el Jelis, i.
Noureddin Ali of Cairo and his son Bedreddin Hassan, i.
Num, Nimeh ben er Rebya and his Slave-girl, iii.

Ogress, The King's Son and the, i, v.
Old Man's Story, The First, i.
Old Man's Story, The Second, i.
Old Man's Story, The Third, i.
Old Woman, Abou Suweid and the handsome, iv.
Omar ben Ennuman and his Sons Sherkan and Zoulmekan, The History of King, ii.
Omar ben Khettab ant the young Bedouin, iv.
Oman, The Merchant of, ix.
Otbeh and Reyya, vi.
Ox and the Ass, The, i.

Page who feigned to know the speech of birds, The, v.
Paradise, The Apples of, iv.
Parrot, The Merchant's wife and the, v.
Partridge, The Hawk and the, iii.
Peacock, The Sparrow and the, iii.
Persian and the Kurd Sharper, Al, the, iii.
Physician Douban, The, i.
Physician's Story, The Jewish, i.
Pilgrim and the old woman who dwelt in the desert, The, iv.
Pilgrim Prince, The Unjust King and the, viii.
Pious black Slave, The, v.
Pigeons, The Hedgehog and the, iii.
Pigeons, The Two, v.
Platter-maker and his wife, The devout, v.
Poets, Haroun er Reshid and the Three, iv.
Police of Boulac, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Police of Cous and the Sharper, The Chief of the, iv.
Police of New Cairo, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Police of Old Cairo, Story of the Chief of the, iv.
Police (The Three Masters of), El Melik en Nasir and, iv.
Poor man and his generous friend, The, iv.
Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad, The, i.
Portress, The Story of the, i.
Power, The Man who saw the Night of, v.
Prince, The Devout, iv.
Prince (the Pilgrim), The Unjust King and, viii.
Providence, The Justice of, v.
Purse, The Stolen, v.
Pyramids of Egypt, El Mamoun and the, iv.

Queen of the Serpents, The, v.
Quicksilver Ali of Cairo, The Adventures of, vi.

Reyya, Otbeh and, vi.
Rogueries of Delileh the Crafty and her daughter Zeyneb the Trickstress, The, vi.
Roc, Abdurrehman the Moor's Story of the, iv.
Rose-in-bud, Uns el Wujoud and the Vizier's Daughter, iv.
Ruined Man of Baghdad and hi. Slave-girl, The, viii.
Ruined Man who became rich again through a dream, The, iv.

Said ben Salim and the Barmecides, iv.
Saint to vhom God gave a cloud to serve him, The, v.
Sandalwood Merchant and the Sharpers, The, v.
Scavenger and the noble Lady of Baghdad, The, iii.
School, The Loves of the Bog and Girl at, iv.
Schoolmaster who fell in love by report, The, iv.
Schoolmaster, The Foolish, iv.
Schoolmaster, The ignorant man who set up for a, iv.
Seif el Mulouk and Bediya el Jemal, vii.
Serpent, The Crow and the, viii.
Serpent-Charmer and his Wife, The, viii.
Serpents, The Queen of the, v.
Sexes, Relative excellence of the, iv.
Sharper of Alexandria and the Master of Police, The, iv.
Sharper, Ali the Persian and the Kurd, iii.
Sharper, The Chief of the Cous Police and the, iv.
Sharper, The Simpleton and the, iv.
Sharpers, The Merchant and the Two, iii.
Sharpers, The Sandalwood Merchant and the, v.
Shehriyar and his brother, King, (Introduction), i.
Shemsennehar, Ali ben Bekkar and, iii.
Shepherd and the Thief, The, viii.
Sherkan and Zoulmekan, The History of King Omar ben Ennuman and his Sons, ii.
Shimas, King Jelyaad of Hind and his Vizier, viii.
Shirin and the Fisherman, Khusrau and, iv.
Shipwrecked Woman and her child, The, v.
Simpleton and the Sharper, The, iv.
Sindbad and his Falcon, King, i.
Sindbad the Sailor and Sindbad the Porter, v.
Sindbad the Sailor, First Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the Sailor, Second Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the Sailor, Third Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the Sailor, Fourth Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the Sailor, Fifth Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the: Sailor, Sixth Voyage of, v.
Sindbad the Sailor Seventh Voyage of, v.
Singing-girl, The Goldsmith and the Cashmere, v.
Six Slave-girls, The man of Yemen and his, iv.
Slave, The pious black, v.
Slave-girl, The ruined man of Baghdad and his, viii.
Slave-girls, The man of Yemen and his six, iv.
Sparrow and the Eagle, The, iii.
Sparrow and the Peacock, The, iii.
Spider and the Wind, The, viii.
Springs, The Enchanted, v.
Squinting slave-girl, Aboulaswed and his, iv.
Stolen Necklace, The, v.
Stolen Purse, The, v.
Suitors, The Lady and her five, v.

Tailor's Story, The, i.
Taj el Mulouk and the princess Dunya, ii.
Taweddud, Abonlhusn and his slave-girl, iv.
Thief, The Lover who feigned himself a, iv.
Thief and the Money-changer, The, iv.
Thief and his Monkey, The, iii.
Thief, The Shepherd and the, viii.
Thief turned merchant and the other Thief, The, iv.
Thieves, The boy and the, viii.
Thieves, The Merchant and the, viii.
Thieves, The two, iv.
Three-year-old child, The Debauchee and the, v.
Tortoise, The Waterfowl and the, iii.
Tortoises, The Heathcock and the, viii.
Trick (The Lover's) against the chaste wife, v.
Trick (The Wife's) against her husband, iv.
Two Kings, The) viii.

Umeimeh, El Mutelemmis and his wife, iv.
Unfortunate Lovers, The Three, iv.
Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince, The, viii.
Uns el Wujoud and the Vizier's Daughter Rose-in-bud, iv.
Upper Egypt (The man of) and his Frank wife, viii.

Vizier, El Melik en Nasir and his, vi.
Vizier of Yemen and his young brother, The, iv.
Vizier's Son and the Bathkeeper's Wife, The, v.
Vizier's Wife, The King and his, v.

Water-carrier and the goldsmith's wife, The, iv.
Waterfowl and the Tortoise, The, iii.
Weasel, The Mouse and the, iii.
Weaver, The Foolish, iii.
Welid ben Sehl, Younus the Scribe and the Khalif, vi.
Werdan the Butcher's adventure with the Lady and the Bear, iv.
Wife, The Bedouin and his, vi.
Wife (the Chaste), The Lover's Trick against, v.
Wife, The King and his Vizier's, v.
Wife, The Man and his wilful, viii.
Wife (The Merchant's) and the Parrot, v.
Wife (The virtuous) and the King, iv.
Wife's device to cheat her husband, The, v.
Wife's trick against her husband, The, iv.
Wild Ass, The Fox and the, viii.
Wilful Wife, The Man and his, viii.
Wind, The Spider and the, viii.
Wird Khan (King) and his Women and Viziers, viii.
Wolf and the Fox, The, iii.
Wolf, The Foxes and the, viii.
Woman (The shipwrecked) and her child, v.
Woman who made her husband sift dust, The, v.
Woman whose hands were cut off for Almsgiving, The, iv.
Women, The Malice of, v.
Women, The two, iv.

Yemen (The Man of) and his six slave-girls, iv.
Yemen (The Vizier of) and his young brother, iv.
Yehya ben Khalid and the Forger, iv.
Yehya ben Khalid and Mensour, iv.
Yehya ben Khalid and the poor man, iv.
Younus the Scribe and the Khalif Welid ben Sehl, vi.
Youth, The Enchanted, i.

Zein el Mewasif, Mesrour and, viii.
Zeyneb the Trickstress, The Rogueries of Delileh the Craft, and her daughter, vi.
Zoulmekan, The History of King Omar ben Ennuman and his Sons Sherkan and, ii.
Zubeideh in the Bath, Haroun er Reshid and, iv.
Zumurrud, Ali Shar and, iv.



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