e Rest of His Days o. The King's Son and the Merchant's Wife p. The Page Who Feigned to Know the Speech of Birds q. The Lady and Her Five Suitors r. The Three Wishes, or the Man Who Longed to see the Night of Power s. The Stolen Necklace t. The Two Pigeons u. Prince Behram and the Princess Al-Datma v. The House With the Belvedere w. The King's Son and the Ifrit's Mistress x. The Sandal-Wood Merchant and the Sharpers y. The Debauchee and the Three-Year-Old Child z. The Stolen Purse aa. The Fox and the Folk 136. Judar and His Brethren 137. The History of Gharib and His Brother Ajib
The Book Of The THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT Sindbad The Seaman[FN#1] and Sindbad The Landsman.
There lived in the city of Baghdad, during the reign of the Commander of the Faithful, Harun al-Rashid, a man named Sindbád the Hammál,[FN#2] one in poor case who bore burdens on his head for hire. It happened to him one day of great heat that whilst he was carrying a heavy load, he became exceeding wea