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#A Schole of wise conceytes wherein as euery conceyte hath wit, so the most haue much mirth : set forth in common places by order of the alphabet / translated out of diuers Greeke and Latine wryters by Thomas Blage ...# A Schole of wise conceytes wherein as euery conceyte hath wit, so the most haue much mirth : set forth in common places by order of the alphabet / translated out of diuers Greeke and Latine wryters by Thomas Blage ...

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. The names of the Authors vſed in this Booke.

  2. To the gentle Reader, in the commendation of Fables.

  3. ¶A Dialogue betwene the Author and the Printer.

  4. THE TABLE.

#####Body#####

  1. ¶〈…〉nance of the VVolfe, the Foxe, and the Aſſe.

    _ Abuſe of the ſimple. THe Wolfe, the Foxe, and the Aſſe ſometime iournied togither towards Rome, to obtayne remiſſion of t _ Abundance ſomtime perillous.

    • 4 Of the Spider, and the Goute.

    _ Abiectes.

    • 3 Of an Aſſe, the Trumpeter, and a Hare, the Meſſanger.

    _ Abstinence.

    • 4 Of an olde man.

    _ Agreement perforce.

    • 5 Of an Hermite and a Souldiour.

    _ Ayde.

    • 6 Of the Foxe and the Bramble.

    _ Ambition.

    • 7 Of the Miſe and the Frogs.

    _ Ambodexter.

    • 8 Of the beaſtes and the birdes.

    _ All things as God will.

    • 9 Of the Pecocke and the Nightingale.

    _ All things not decent.

    • 10 Of a yong man that ſong at the buriall of hys mother.

    _ Armed alwayes.

    • •1 Of a Lyon in loue with a Countreymans daughter.

    _ Arrogancie.

    • 12 Of a Goorde and a Pinetree.

    _ Attempt not aboue thy capacitie.

    • 13 Of the Spider and the Swallowe.

    _ Attendance.

    • 14 Of a Dogge and a Wolfe.

    _ Bablers.

    • 15 Of the Aſſe and the Foxe.

    • 16 Of the Egle and the Pie.

    • 17 Of a Countreyman that would paſse ouer a Ryuer.

    _ Benefactors.

    • 18 Of a Hart and a Vine.

    _ Benefites ill rewarded.

    • 19 Of an Aſse that ſerued an vnkind Maſter.

    _ Benefites.

    • 20 Of a Husbandman pricked by a Bee.

    • 21 Of the tree Abrotanum, and the Hare.

    _ Benefites for aduauntage.

    • 22 Of the Crow and the Dogge.

    _ Betraying.

    • 23 Of a Hunter, and a Partriche,

    _ Beware of enemies.

    • 24 Of the Dolphin and the Eele.

    • 25 Of a Lyoneſſe and the Foxe.

    _ Boasters.

    • 26 Of an Aſtronomer and a Traueler.

    • 27 Of Scholers.

    • 28 Of a Boaſter.

    • 29 Of a Boaſter.

    • 30 Of the Mole.

    _ Boasting.

    • 31 Of the birth of Hilles.

    • 32 Of the Frog and the Foxe.

    • 33 Of a Pecocke ſpoyled of his feathers by a Souldiour.

    _ Boldneſſe.

    • 34 Of the Kidde and the Wolfe.

    • 35 Of the Sunne and the Northeaſt winde.

    • 36 Of a Foxe, and women eating of a Henne.

    • 37 Of a Dog and Wolues.

    _ Bragging.

    • 38 Of the Pecocke and the Crane.

    _ Brawling women.

    • 39 Of a Knight that had a brawling wyfe.

    _ Brute beastes kinder than men.

    • 40 Of Arion and the Dolphin.

    _ Buſie bodies.

    • 41 Of a Kid and a Wolfe.

    • 42 Of the Crab and the Foxe.

    • 43 Of the Apple tree, and the pomgranate tree.

    _ Cauſers of euill.

    • 44 Of a Dog and his Maiſter.

    _ Chastitie.

    • 45 Of the Turtle.

    _ A charme for Scoldes.

    • 46 Of a ſcolding Woman.

    _ Churle.

    • 47 Of the Wolfe and the Crane.

    _ Certentie.

    • 48 Of the Fiſher and the litle Fiſhe.

    • 49 Of a Foxe that would kill a Henne ſitting.

    _ Common people.

    • 50 Of the Frogs and their King.

    _ Company.

    • 51 Of the Collier and the Fuller.

    • 52 Of the Rauen and Wolues.

    _ Concorde.

    • 53 Of the father and his ſonnes.

    • 54 Of Bulles and a Lyon.

    _ Conſenting perforce.

    • 55 Of a Lyon which begged of the Wolfe parte of hys pray.

    _ Content in thy ſtate.

    • 56 Of a Snayle and the Eagle.

    • 57 Of the Hare and the Foxe.

    _ Contention with ſuperiours.

    • 58 Of the Elme and the Oſier.

    • 59 Of the Harte and the Wolfe.

    • 60 Of a Feller of Woode.

    • 61 Of the Cocke and the Foxe.

    • 62 Of a deceiuer.

    • 63 Of a Fox caught by a Dog, whiles ſhe fained hir ſelfe deade.

    • 64 Of a Boy and a Theefe.

    • 65 Of a Thruſhe.

    • 66 Of the Aire and the Winde.

    _ Couetouſneſſe.

    • 67 Of a Trauailer.

    • 68 Of a Woman and a Hen.

    • 69 Of a couetous man.

    • 70 Of the Dog and the ſhadowe.

    • 71 Of a couetous Ambaſſadoure.

    • 72 Of a Couetous man dying.

    • 92 Of a couetous man that eate withered Apples.

    _ Couetous Prelates.

    • 73 Of a leſter and a Biſhop.

    • 74 Of a Prieſt which buryed his Dog.

    _ Counſell.

    • 75 Of the Owle.

    _ Counſell for priuate gaine.

    • 76 Of a Foxe.

    _ Craftie men.

    • 77 Of the Lyon and the Gote.

    _ Craftie men.

    • 78 Of a Fox taken by a Countryman.

    _ Craf•e of women.

    • 79 Of a Woman that would die for hir Husband.

    _ Crueltie requited.

    • 80 Of a Lyon being olde.

    _ Courage.

    • 81 Of the Hares and the Frogs.

    _ Curſing.

    • 82 Of the Bee and Iupiter.

    _ Daunger.

    • 83 Of a Hart and a Lyon.

    • 84 Of the Towne Dogs.

    _ Dealing.

    • 85 Of two Pots.

    _ Death.

    • 86 Of the Swanne ſinging at the poynt of death.

    • 87 Of an Olde man which ſet trees.

    _ Deceite.

    • 88 Of the Dog and the Cocke.

    _ Deceitfull perſons.

    • 89 Of a Frier, a Layman and the Wolfe.

    _ Deſerts rewarded.

    • 90 Of a Parate.

    _ Deſire of new things.

    • 91 Of an Aſſe

    _ Dyet.

    • 92 Of a Pacient and a Phyſitian.

    _ Dignitie.

    • 93 Of an Aſse carying an Image.

    • 94 Of the Frog and the Crab.

    • 95 Of a Leoparde and an Vnicorne fighting with a Dragon.

    _ Despite.

    • 96 Of the enuious Dogge and the Oxe.

    _ Despiſe nothing. 97 Of a yong man.

    _ 98 Of a Countreyman and Peares.

    _ Disprayſers of Phiſike.

    • 99 Of a man that refuſed Clyſters.

    _ Diſſemblers.

    • 100 Of a Deceiuer.

    _ Diſſimulation.

    • 101 Of a Cat and Myſe.

    • 102 Of the Wolfe and the Sheepe.

    • 103 Of the ſicke Aſſe.

    • 140 Of a Foxe.

    • 105 Of a man that would kill a Hogge.

    _ Diſobedience.

    • 106 Of the Egle that cited all maner of birdes.

    _ Double tonged.

    • 107 Of a Satyre and a wayfaring man.

    _ Doubt the worst.

    • 108 Of a Pye and a Cuckowe.

    _ Dredfulneſſe.

    • 109 Of a Serpent.

    _ Dread without neede.

    • 110 Of the rule of women of their husbands.

    _ Dronkenneſſe.

    • 111 Of a woman.

    _ Dulspirited.

    • 112 Of the Bore and the Countreyman.

    _ Education of youth.

    • 113 Of a Gnat.

    _ Enimie.

    • 114 Of a Noriſher of Bees.

    • 115 Of many creeping Wormes and Beaſtes.

    • 116 Of the Kings fiſher.

    • 117 Of the Henne and the Foxe.

    • 118 Of two enimies.

    • 119 Of the Crow and the Rauen.

    _ Enuie.

    • 120 Of the Wolfe and the Fox.

    • 121 Of the Couetous man and the Enuious.

    • 122 Of the Wolfe and the Aſſe.

    • 123 Of the Lyon and the Wolfe.

    _ Euill men.

    • 124 Of the Cocke and the Cat.

    _ Euill for good.

    • 125 Of the Countryman, and the Serpent.

    _ From euill to worſe.

    • 126 Of a Seruant which caſt his Maſters Aſſe from a Rocke.

    _ Exerciſe.

    • 127 Of the Bat, the Bramble, and the Cormorant.

    _ Experience.

    • 128 Of the Worme.

    • 129 Of Cockels.

    _ Falſhod in fellowſhip.

    • 130 Of the Aſſe and the Fox.

    _ Falſe witneſſe.

    • 131 Of the Dogge and the Aſſe.

    _ Faultes puniſhed.

    • 132 Of a wicked man and the Diuel.

    _ Familiaritie.

    • 133 Of a Camell.

    • 134 Of the Foxe and the Lyon.

    _ Feare.

    • 135 Of the Egle

    • 136 Of a Dog fearing the Rayne.

    • 137 Of a Cock.

    _ Flatterie.

    • 138 Of a ſick man and a Phiſitian.

    _ Fellowſhip of Women.

    • 139 Of a man and his two wiues.

    _ Flying of daunger.

    • 140 Of a Souldiour.

    _ Fellowſhip.

    • 141 Of Trauailers.

    _ Fighting.

    • 142 Of the Lyon and a Beare.

    _ Follie.

    • 143 Of a rich man and his ſeruaunt.

    _ Fooles.

    • 144 Of a woman that bet hir Husband.

    • 145 Of Fishers.

    _ Fortune frowneth on the poore.

    • 146 Of a rich man and a poore.

    _ Friendes.

    • 147 Of a Phiſitian.

    • 148 Of the Countryman and the Mouſe.

    • 149 Of the Lion and the Hogge.

    _ Friendſhip fayned.

    • 150 Of the Dog that deuoured the ſhepe.

    _ Gayne.

    • 151 Of the Larke.

    • 152 Of a wilde Aſſe.

    _ Giftes.

    • 153 Of a Countryman and a Counſeller.

    • 154 Of Iupiter.

    _ Gluttonie.

    • 155 Of Flies.

    _ Glorying.

    • 156 Of the Egle and the Rauen.

    _ God knoweth all.

    • 157 Of two yong men.

    _ Goodes euill gotten.

    • 158 Of Mony.

    • 159 Of a Gote and a Vine.

    _ Good turnes.

    • 160 Of the Ant.

    _ Great talkers.

    • 161 Of Miſe that Would hang a bell about a Ca•s neck.

    _ Griefe for ſodaine chaunce.

    • 162 Of Fiſhers

    _ Hastineſſe.

    • 163 Of the Wolfe and the Sow.

    • 164 Of a Cat.

    _ Hastie credit.

    • 165 Of a Man that would try his Wyues mynde.

    • 166 Of the Cock and the Capon.

    • 167 Of the Fouler and the Larke.

    _ Haſt maketh wast.

    • 168 Of Gooſe.

    _ Harlots.

    • 169 Of a vvoman and hir Louer.

    _ Hatred.

    • 170 Of a Serpent and a Huſbandman.

    • 171 Of a man and a woman twice maried.

    _ Helpe in neede.

    • 172 Of the Countryman and the Horſe.

    _ Heritage.

    • 173 Of a Pig and his fathers wil.

    _ Hipocriſie.

    • 174 Of the Cockatrice and Seawolfe.

    _ Hunger.

    • 175 Of a Lynnet.

    _ Honor.

    • 176 Of a Mule.

    • 177 Of a king and Apes.

    _ Hope.

    • 178 Of Oxen.

    • 179 Of a Hogge.

    • 180 Of a man which hid a treaſure.

    _ Humilitie

    • 181 Of the Pigarde and the Egle

    _ Heart.

    • 182 Of a man ſtoned.

    _ Hurtfull gaine.

    • 183 Of a Rauen and a Serpent.

    _ Hurtfull things.

    • 184 Of a poore man.

    _ Jeſting.

    • 185 Of a learned man not eſteemed.

    _ Ignorance.

    • 186 Of a Phiſitian.

    • 187 Of a Dog.

    _ Immoderateneſſe.

    • 188 Of Sheepe waſting Corne.

    _ Impoſſible promiſes.

    • 189 Of the Owle and the Larke.

    • 190 Of the Reede.

    • 191 Of the Eele.

    _ Innocencie.

    • 192 Of the Crowe and the Sheepe.

    _ Inough hath none.

    • 193 Of the Ape and the Foxe.

    _ Ʋaine ioye.

    • 194 Of the Frogs and the Sunne.

    • 195 Of a Wolfe fallen into a pit.

    • 196 Of two Hogs.

    _ Judging outwardly.

    • 197 Of a Wolfe that put on a Sheepes skin.

    • 198 Of the Elephant.

    _ Labor.

    • 199 Of an Aſſe.

    _ Learning.

    • 200 Of a Husbandman and a Poet.

    • 201 Of a Riche man vnlearned, and a Poore man learned.

    _ Learne by others.

    • 202 Of the Pike and the Tench.

    _ Leudeneſſe of women.

    • 203 Of a Ielous man.

    _ Liberalitie.

    • 204 Of a Liberall man.

    _ Libertie.

    • 205 Of the Dog and the Lyon.

    _ Lyers.

    • 206 Of the Shepheard and the Huſbande men.

    • 207 Of Mercurius.

    _ Like to like.

    • 208 Of an olde man and his Sonne.

    _ Lyue in thy vocation.

    • 209 Of a Camell.

    • 210 Of the Aſſe, the Ape, and the Mole.

    _ Loue of money.

    • 211 Of a ryche man.

    _ Madneſſe.

    • 212 Of a mad man.

    _ Mad ſeruaunts.

    • 213 Of a Prieſt and his Boy.

    _ Mariage.

    • 214 Of a yong man.

    _ Meane life.

    • 215 Of Iupiter.

    _ Myght.

    • 216 Of the Wolfe and the Lambe.

    _ Muſick.

    • 217 Of a Swanne.

    _ Neceſſitie.

    • 218 Of a Horſeman and a Husbandman.

    _ Negligence of ſeruants.

    • 219 Of a Man and his Dog.

    _ Newe things best.

    • 220 Of a Souldiour and his Horſe.

    _ Obedience.

    • 221 Of the Kid and the Wolfe.

    _ Offences vnpuniſhed.

    • 222 Of a Philoſopher.

    _ Ouer haſtineſſe.

    • 223 Of the Mouſe and the Cat.

    _ Pacience for gayne.

    • 224 Of the Sowe and the Dog.

    _ Pacience perforce.

    • 225 Of a Lambe and a Wolfe.

    • 226 Of a Flie.

    _ Parentes.

    • 227 Of the Ape and his two ſonnes.

    _ Pleaſe euery body.

    • 228 Of an olde man which caried an Aſſe

    _ Pleaſure.

    • 229 Of a Firre tree and the Buſhe.

    _ Perfection.

    • 230 Of the Sowe and the Bitche.

    _ Perſeueraunce in his vocation.

    • 231 Of the Dog and the Aſſe.

    _ Policie.

    • 232 Of a Lyon and a Foxe.

    _ Pore and rich.

    • 233 Of a Wolfe being hungry.

    _ Pouertie praiſed.

    • 234 Of the Horſse and the Harte.

    _ Praiſe not thy ſelfe.

    • 235 Of the Ape and his yong ones.

    _ Prayer.

    • 236 Of Mariners.

    _ Praiſe of our owne.

    • 237 Of the Owle.

    _ Praiſe another for aduauntage.

    • 238 Of a Foxe and a Dog.

    _ Preparation.

    • 239 Of the Wolfe and the Porkupine.

    _ Preparation to dye.

    • 240 Of an olde man loth to dye.

    _ Preſumption.

    • 241 Of the Aſse and the Lyon.

    _ Pride.

    • 242 Of the Horſe and the Aſse.

    _ Proude of an others purſe.

    • 243 Of Iupiter and the Rauen.

    _ Falles of pride.

    • 244 Of a Flea and a Lyon.

    _ Princes.

    • 245 Of the Pecock and the Chough.

    _ Promis.

    • 246 Of a man and a Dog.

    • 247 Of a Heardman.

    _ Promotion.

    • 248 Of a man created Cardinall.

    • 249 Of Field Miſe.

    _ Puniſhment of vices.

    • 250 Of a Flea

    _ Raſhneſſe.

    • 251 Of a Fiſher.

    • 252 Of a Currier and a Hunter.

    _ Religious men.

    • 253 Of a Wolfe.

    _ Repentance to laice.

    • 254 Of a Beare.

    • 255 Of a ſimple Countryman.

    • 256 Of the Mule and the Horſſe.

    • 257 Of a Diuell.

    _ Riche enimies.

    • 258 Of the Birdes.

    _ Riottouſneſſe.

    • 259 Of an Oxe and a Bullock.

    • 260 Of a Boy that would not learne.

    _ Seruaunts.

    • 261 Of the Doue and the Crowe.

    • 262 Of the Aſſe and the Calfe.

    _ Shifies.

    • 263 Of a Marchaunt and a Iewe.

    _ Sicke folke.

    • 264 Of a Carter.

    _ Sinners.

    • 265 Of an olde Woman.

    _ Synging.

    • 266 Of the Nightingale and the Rauen.

    _ Simplicitie.

    • 267 Of the Doue and the Pye.

    _ Slouthfulneſſe.

    • 268 Of an Aſſe and Frog•.

    • 269 Of a Pellican.

    _ Sluggardes.

    • 170 Of a Smith and his Dog.

    _ Strength.

    • 271 Of the Bull and the Mouſe.

    _ Stryfe.

    • 272 Of a Weaſel.

    • 273 Of Hares.

    _ Stripes.

    • 274 Of the Nut tree, the Aſſe, and the Woman.

    _ Suffering wrong.

    • 275 Of the Beare and the Bee.

    _ Thefie.

    • 276 Of a Boy and his mother.

    _ Time.

    • 277 Of a Grammarian teaching an Aſſe.

    _ Trying of friends.

    • 278 Of a man that would trie his friends.

    _ Trye all wayes.

    • 279 Of a yong man and an old.

    _ Trouble.

    • 280 Of the Lyon and the Bull.

    _ Truſt in thy ſelfe.

    • 281 Of a Larke.

    _ Trusting mortall things.

    • 282 Of an Aſſe.

    _ Truth hateth iesting.

    • 283 Of one that played the part of Chriſt.

    _ Ʋayne deſires.

    • 284 Of the Harte.

    • 285 Of a Countryman and Hercules.

    _ Vaineglory.

    • 286 Of a byting Dog.

    _ Ʋaliant death.

    • 287 Of the Hog and the Horſſe.

    _ Ʋndefiled life.

    • 288 Of the Swan and the Crowe

    _ Ʋndoing him ſelfe.

    • 289 Of a Thruſh.

    _ Vnequall mariage.

    • 209 Of the Lion and the Mouſe.

    _ Ʋnthankefulneſſe.

    • 291 Of Ryuer.

    _ A wiſe Ape.

    • 292 Of a Serpent.

    • 293 Of a man that brake an Image.

    • 294 Of an Aſſe and a Rauen.

    • 295 Of a Dog.

    • 296 Of the Nurſe and the Wolfe.

    • 297 Of a Woman that wept for hir husbande.

    • 298 Of a Woman beaten.

    • 299 Of the Widow and the grene Aſſe.

    • 300 Of the Rauen and the Foxe.

    • 301 Of the Dogge and the Sheepe.

    • 302 Of a Dog and a Butcher.

    _ Eſcaping of daungers hard.

    • 303 Of the Harte and the Oxen.

    _ Wiſdome.

    • Of the Hare and the Foxe.

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11. pb 192 @facs (192) : tcp:23511:1 (2), tcp:23511:2 (2), tcp:23511:3 (2), tcp:23511:4 (2), tcp:23511:5 (2), tcp:23511:6 (2), tcp:23511:7 (2), tcp:23511:8 (2), tcp:23511:9 (2), tcp:23511:10 (2), tcp:23511:11 (2), tcp:23511:12 (2), tcp:23511:13 (2), tcp:23511:14 (2), tcp:23511:15 (2), tcp:23511:16 (2), tcp:23511:17 (2), tcp:23511:18 (2), tcp:23511:19 (2), tcp:23511:20 (2), tcp:23511:21 (2), tcp:23511:22 (2), tcp:23511:23 (2), tcp:23511:24 (2), tcp:23511:25 (2), tcp:23511:26 (2), tcp:23511:27 (2), tcp:23511:28 (2), tcp:23511:29 (2), tcp:23511:30 (2), tcp:23511:31 (2), tcp:23511:32 (2), tcp:23511:33 (2), tcp:23511:34 (2), tcp:23511:35 (2), tcp:23511:36 (2), tcp:23511:37 (2), tcp:23511:38 (2), tcp:23511:39 (2), tcp:23511:40 (2), tcp:23511:41 (2), tcp:23511:42 (2), tcp:23511:43 (2), tcp:23511:44 (2), tcp:23511:45 (2), tcp:23511:46 (2), tcp:23511:47 (2), tcp:23511:48 (2), tcp:23511:49 (2), tcp:23511:50 (2), tcp:23511:51 (2), tcp:23511:52 (2), tcp:23511:53 (2), tcp:23511:54 (2), tcp:23511:55 (2), tcp:23511:56 (2), tcp:23511:57 (2), tcp:23511:58 (2), tcp:23511:59 (2), tcp:23511:60 (2), tcp:23511:61 (2), tcp:23511:62 (2), tcp:23511:63 (2), tcp:23511:64 (2), tcp:23511:65 (2), tcp:23511:66 (2), tcp:23511:67 (2), tcp:23511:68 (2), tcp:23511:69 (2), tcp:23511:70 (2), tcp:23511:71 (2), tcp:23511:72 (2), tcp:23511:73 (2), tcp:23511:74 (2), tcp:23511:75 (2), tcp:23511:76 (2), tcp:23511:77 (2), tcp:23511:78 (2), tcp:23511:79 (2), tcp:23511:80 (2), tcp:23511:81 (2), tcp:23511:82 (2), tcp:23511:83 (2), tcp:23511:84 (2), tcp:23511:85 (2), tcp:23511:86 (2), tcp:23511:87 (2), tcp:23511:88 (2), tcp:23511:89 (2), tcp:23511:90 (2), tcp:23511:91 (2), tcp:23511:92 (2), tcp:23511:93 (2), tcp:23511:94 (2), tcp:23511:95 (2), tcp:23511:96 (2) • @rendition (12) : simple:additions (12) • @n (85) : 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 19 (1), 20 (1), 33 (1), 35 (1), 36 (1), 41 (1), 45 (1), 46 (1), 47 (1), 48 (1), 49 (1), 50 (1), 51 (1), 52 (1), 53 (1), 54 (1), 65 (1), 66 (1), 67 (1), 68 (1), 69 (1), 70 (1), 73 (1), 74 (1), 75 (1), 76 (1), 77 (1), 78 (1), 79 (1), 81 (1), 82 (1), 85 (1), 88 (1), 93 (1), 95 (1), 99 (1), 100 (1), 101 (1), 102 (1), 103 (1), 104 (1), 107 (1), 108 (1), 109 (1), 110 (1), 111 (1), 113 (1), 114 (1), 119 (1), 120 (1), 121 (1), 122 (1), 123 (1), 124 (1), 125 (1), 126 (1), 127 (1), 128 (1), 129 (1), 130 (1), 135 (1), 136 (1), 141 (1), 142 (1), 143 (1), 144 (1), 145 (1), 146 (1), 147 (1), 148 (1), 149 (1), 151 (1), 152 (1), 153 (1), 154 (1), 155 (1), 156 (1), 158 (1), 173 (1), 174 (1)
12. q 4
13. seg 2 @rend (2) : decorInit (2)
14. sp 4
15. speaker 4
16. trailer 3