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ANGLING (Continued).

2.256275 DAVY (SIR H.) Salmonia; or, Days of Fly Fishing. 12mo, boards, uncut.

First Edition.

3.75 6276 Davy.

Murray, London, 1828 6276 DAVY. Salmonia. Second Edition. With a beautiful series of plates on steel, and wood-cuts. 12mo, morocco extra, gilt edges.

London, 1829

London, 1851

15 6277 DAVY. Salmonia. Fourth Edition. Wood-cuts.

1.76 6278

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12mo, cloth.

DEYEUX (T.) Le Vieux Pécheur. 24 illustrations. 12mo, boards.

Paris, 1837

6279 ESSAY on Angling, by a Member of the Worcester Anglers' Society. Post 8vo, cloth.

Privately printed. Very scarce.

Worcester, 1840

3.50 6280 FRANCK (R.) Northern Memoirs, calculated for the Meridian of Scotland, to which is added the Contemplative and Practical Angler. 8vo, cloth, Edinburgh, 1821


Only 250 copies printed.

Preface and Notes by Sir W. Scott.

1.756281 HANSARD (G. A.) Trout and Salmon Fishing in Wales. Post Svo, cloth.

London, 1834

2.2 6282 HICKS (J.) Wanderings by the Lochs and Streams Colored plates of Flies, and other


of Assynt, etc.

illustrations. Post 8vo, cloth. London, 1855

6283 HOFLAND (T. C.) British Angler's Manual; or, the Art of Angling in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. Numerous fine engravings and woodcuts. Post 8vo, cloth.

London, 1848

2.25 6284 KNOX (DR.) Fish and Fishing in Scotland. Wood

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1.75 6285 LATHY (T. P.) The Angler: a Poem, with Instruc tions in the Art, etc. Over 20 beautiful woodcuts. Post 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1820 6286 MEDWIN (T.) Angler in Wales; or, Days and Nights of Sportsmen. Engravings. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, London, 1834

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6287 NORTH (R.) Treatise on Fish and Fish-Ponds. 18 fine engravings, BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, of freshwater fish, by Albin. Impl. 4to, half morocco. London, (1820)

Copies with the plates colored are very scarce.

1.75 6288 OLIVER (S.) Scenes and Recollections of Fly-Fishing. Wood-cuts. Post 8vo, cloth. London, 1834 6289 RENNIE (J.) Alphabet of Scientific Angling. Woodcuts. 12mo, cloth. London, 1833

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ANGLING (Continued).

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6290 SALTER (T. F.) Angler's Guide, with the Art of Trolling for Jack or Pike. Illustrated. 8vo, paper London, 1814 6291 SCROPE (W.) Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing on the Tweed. With tinted lithographs, wood-cuts, and COLORED plates of Fish and Flies. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1843

Original Edition. Scarce.

2.50 6292 SMITH (J. V. C.) Natural History of the Fishes of


Wood-cuts. Post 8vo, cloth.

Embraces "A Practical Essay on Angling." Boston, 1833 2.50 6293 SPORTSMAN in Ireland, with his Summer Route through the Highlands of Scotland, by a Cosmopolite. Engravings. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

London, 1840

1.75 6294 STODDART (T. T.) Angler's Companion to the Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. Steel plates and woodcuts, large map, and colored plate of flies. Crown 8vo, cloth. Edinburgh, 1853

3.12 6295 STODDART. Angling Reminiscences. Etchings. Post

8vo, cloth.

Edinburgh, 1837

3.25 6296 TREATYSE of Fysshynge wyth an Angle, by Julia Berners (Barnes). Reprinted from the Book of St. Alban's. Fac-simile wood-cuts. Post 8vo, Pickering, London, 1827

boards, uncut.

One of the earliest, and by far the most curious, Essay upon Angling ever published. Reprint, with Baskerville's types, of the edition printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1496.

5.75 6297 UNIVERSAL ANGLER: Made so by Three Books of Fishing. The first written by Mr. Izaac Walton, 5th Edition; the second by Charles Cotton, Esq., 1st Edition; the third by Col. Robert Venables, 4th Edition. Together 3 vols. in 1, 12mo, morocco extra, gilt edges, by Mackenzie. Title-page mounted. London, 1676

The Venables' Angler wants frontispiece, otherwise perfect.

1.756298 VENABLES (COL. R.) ling Improved. ON INDIA PAPER.


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Reprint of the First Edition (1662), with a memoir added.

6299 VIEW of the Present State of the Salmon Fishery in Scotland, etc. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Privately printed, London, (1822)

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11.00 6300 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, with Notes and Additions by Moses Browne. Numerous illustrations. Post 8vo, calf.

London, 1750

First Edition in which the songs are set to music and the laws concerning angling added.

14. 6301 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, with Lives and Notes by Sir John Hawkins. Portrait, wood-cuts, and plates, by Wale. 8vo, morocco extra, gilt edges.

First Edition. Rare.

London, 1760

5.50 6302 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, with Lives and Notes by Sir John Hawkins. Portraits, wood-cuts of Fish, and plates, by Wale. calf, gilt.

Third Edition.


engravings of Fish.



London, 1775

Complete Angler. Beautiful

Square 12mo, half bound,

Bagster, London, 1810

Fac-simile reprint of the First Edition.

13. 6304 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, with Lives and Notes by Hawkins. Plates by Audinet, from Wale's designs. 4to, morocco extra, gilt Bagster, London, 1808


Largest Paper, with proof impressions of the plates.

8.50 6305 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, with Notes [by J. Major]. 77 wood-cuts and 14 beautiful engravings by Cook and Pye. 8vo, calf, gilt.

Major, London, 1823

Large Paper copy, with proof impressions of the plates on India

1.00 6306 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler. Portraits and vignettes. 2 vols. 24mo, boards, uncut. Chiswick Press, 1824

Beautifully printed by Whittingham.

1.50 6307 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler, and Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert, and Sanderson. Portraits. Pickering's Miniature Edition, beautifully printed in diamond type by Corrall. 2 vols. 48mo, cloth, uncut.

Pickering, London, 1825-7

1.25 6308 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler; or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation. Portraits and wood-cuts. 32mo, cloth.

Pickering, London, 1826 6. 6309 WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler. Reprinted from Major's Edition, with all the plates. 8vo, morocco extra, gilt edges. Lewis, London, 1839

200 6310 ANNIVERSARY Calendar, Natal Book, and Universal Mirror. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1832

Comprises the Births, Deaths, and Catholic Obits. of more than 10,000
Illustrious and Memorable Individuals.

16 6311 ANSELL (C.) Treatise on Friendly Societies. Svo, cloth. London, 1835 6312 ANTES (J.) Observations on the Manners and Customs of the Egyptians. Large map. 4to, boards.

London, 1800 7.00 6313 ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS. Knight's Pictorial Edition, translated with copious Notes by E. W. Lane. Several hundred beautiful engravings by Harvey. 3 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1839



Best Library Edition; fine early copy.

6314 ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS. Translated by E. W. Lane, with 600 wood-cuts by William Harvey, and il luminated Titles. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt.

London, 1847

"Mr. Lane's version is, beyond all doubt, a most valuable, praiseworthy, painstaking, learned, and delightful work."-London and Westminster Review.

175 6315 ARABIAN NIGHTS. With engravings by Heath, from Westall's designs. 4 vols. post 8vo, calf, gilt. London, 1819 6316 ARCHAELOGIA; or, Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity. Published by the Society of Antiquaries, of London. Vols. 2, 11, 14, 16, 21, 22 (and duplicate), 25, 27, and Index for Vols. 1 to 15. Several hundred plates of Coins, Etruscan Pottery, Armor, Costume, Architecture, etc., etc. 9 vols. 4to, boards. Bensley, London, 1809-38 6317 ARCHERY AND ARCHRESS. By Robin Hood. 12mo, cloth. London, 1834

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A very entertaining little volume.

6318 ARGYLE PAPERS. Edited, with Introductory Notice, by J. Maidment. Curious front. Small 4to, morocco exEdinburgh, 1834

tra, gilt edges.

Only 50 copies privately printed.

6319 ARIOSTE. Roland Furieux. Poeme Heroique. 4 vols.

post 8vo, calf, gilt.

La Haye, 1741

1.25 6320 ARLINGTON (EARL OF). Letters to Sir W. Temple, etc.

Svo, calf.

London, 1701

These letters afford an insight into the secret and obscure management of affairs during this (1665-74) interesting period of Spanish intrigue and English diplomacy.

15 6321 ARMATA. A Fragment. [By Lord Erskine.] Both Parts. 2 vols. 8vo, boards. London, 1817 2.25 6322 ARNOLD (JOHN). Chronicle, otherwise called the Customs of London, edited by Douce. Royal 4to, cloth, uncut. London, 1811

In this curious old Chronicle are first printed many of the City Charters, and, among divers other matters, the original of the "Nutte Browne Maide."

"The most heterogeneous and multifarious Miscellany that ever existed."-WARTON.

1.25 6323 ARNOLD (T.) Miscellaneous Works. 8vo, cloth.

London, 1845

56324 ART of Improving the Voice and Ear. 8vo, cloth.

London, 1825 30 6325 ART of Employing Time to the Greatest Advantage. 8vo, boards. London, 1822 2.00 6326 ARTHUR (KING). History of the renowned King Arthur, and his Knights of the Round Table, by Sir Thomas Malory, Knt. Frontispiece and vignettes. 2 vols. 18mo, boards. London, 1816

2.75 6327 ARTHUR. Another copy, with another plate. 2 vols. 18mo, calf, gilt, by Lewis.

London, 1816

2. 6328 ABWAKER (E.) Truth in Fiction; or, Morality in Masquerade. A Collection of 225 Fables selected from Esop, etc. 8vo, calf.

London, 1708

2.25 6329 ASCHAM (ROGER). English Works, with Notes and Observations by J. Bennet. 4to, half calf. London, 1761 Prefixed to this edition is an interesting Life of the Author, by Dr. Johnson.

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6330 ATWOOD (W.) Superiority and direct Dominion of the imperial Crown of England over the Crown and Kingdom of Scotland. 8vo, calf. London, 1704

This book, which was replied to by Anderson in 1705, was, by the Parliament of Scotland, ordered to be burnt by the hands of the common hangman. See ANDERSON.

1.25 6331 ATWOOD. Another copy.

Paneled calf.

10 6332 ATWOOD. Another copy. 4to, unbound.

London, 1704
London, 1705

25 6333 AUBER (P.) China; its Government, Laws, and Policy. Large maps. 8vo, boards.

London, 1834 75 6334 AUCHTERARDER. Report of the Auchterarder Case by Charles Robertson. 8vo, boards. Edinburgh, 1838 1. 6335 AYLETT (R.) A Wife not ready-made, but Bespoken. Portrait. Small 4to, paper. Great Totham, 1847

Only a few copies privately printed by C. Clark from the Edition of 1653. See lot 1095.

2.25 6336 AYLOFFE (SIR J.) Calendars of the Ancient Charters, and of the Welsh and Scottish Rolls now remaining in the Tower of London; Catalogue of the Records, Memoranda of Affairs concerning Ireland, etc. Copper plates. 4to, boards. London, 1772

6337 BACON (LORD). Philosophical Works, with Notes, etc., by Peter Shaw. 3 vols. 4to, calf. London, 1733

2.50 6338 BACON. Novum Organum; or, True Suggestions for the Interpretation of Nature. Post 8vo, morocco antique, gilt edges, by Hayday. Pickering, London, 1844 6339 BACON. Proficience and Advancement of Learning. Post

Svo, cloth, uncut.

Pickering, London, 1838

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