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with Emblems of Love and Music. Drawn by W. H.
Brooke: Engraved by T. Mosses.

44. Chap. XVII. p. 218. The Roach, from an Original Painting

by W. Smith. Drawn and Engraved by H. White.

45. p. 219. The Dace, ditto, ditto. .

46. —— p. 229. Tail-piece: View of London-Bridge with

Fishmongers' Hall, &c, taken from Bankside; after an
Original Drawing by Shepherd: Copied and Engraved by
H. White.

47. Chap. XVIII. p. 230. Group of Fish, consisting of the Min

now, the Loach, the Bull-Head, and the Stickleback; from
an Original Painting by W. Smith. Drawn and Engraved
by J. Thompson.

48. ———— p. 234. Tail-piece: Group of Cupids Fishing.

Drawn by W. H. Brooke: Engraved by W. Hughes.

"He is a sharp biter at a small worm, and in hot
"weather makes excellent sport for young Anglers, or
"boys." p. 231.

49. Chap. XIX. p. 239. Tail-piece: Portrait of Michael Drayton,

surrounded by the Genii of the Rivers mentioned in his
Sonnet on page 237. Drawn by W. H. Brooke: Engraved
by T. Mosses.

50. Chap. XX. p. 244. Tail-piece: View of Snaresbrook, in the

County of Essex; now a Subscription-water, considered as
a Fish-pond, but-described in Potts's Gazetteer, as approach-
ing in dimensions to the size of a small lake. From an Ori-
ginal Drawing made on the spot by W. Smith. Copied and
Engraved by H. White.

51. Chap. XXI. p. 262. Tail-piece: Exterior View of Tottenham

Church, and Monuments, including the Mausoleum of the
Colerane Family; from an Original Drawing made on the
spot by John Capes, Esq. of Walworth. Copied and En-
graved by H. White.

The dialogue of the First Part of the Complete Angler,
closes at Tottenham High-Cross, which at one period
stood in the centre of the village; and the locality of
which may be associated with the above view.

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PART II.

Wood-cuts Continued.

52. Title-Page, Vignette: Key-Stone from over the door of the

Fishing-House on the River Dove, bearing the Cyphers of
I. Walton and C. Cotton, Motto, Date, &c. Drawn by R.
Thomson: Engraved by T. Mosses.

"I have lately built a little Fishing-House,—dedicated
"to Anglers, over the door of which, you will see the
"two first letters of my Father Walton's name and mine,
"twisted in cypher." p. 272.

53. Reverse of the Title-page, Vignette: Marble Table, and Chim

ney-piece containing the same cypher, from the Interior of the Fishing-House. From an Original Sketch made on the spot by William Blake, Esq., F. R. S. &c, of Portlandplace. Copied and Engraved by H. White.

"All exceeding neat, with a marble table and all in

"the middle." p. 290.

54. Chap. I. p. 265. Head-piece: View of the Town of Ashborn,

in Derbyshire; near which the dialogue of the Second Part commences; from an Original Drawing by Robertson, of Derby. Copied and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.

55. Initial Letter Y: Armorial Ensigns of the

Family of Cotton, of Beresford Hall, in the County of Stafford. Drawn by R. Thomson: Engraved by W. Hughes.

56. p. 275. Tail-piece: View of Thorpe-Cloud, and the

Village of Thorpe, in Derbyshire, the Entrance to Dove-
Dale; from an Original Drawing by Delabere Blaine, Esq.,
of King's-Langley, Herts. Copied and Engraved by G. W.
Bonner.

57. Chap. II. p. 286. Tail-piece: Alstonefield Church, Stafford

shire; from an Original Drawing by Robertson, of Derby.

Copied and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.

"What have we here? A Church? As I'm an honest '* man, a very pretty Church I" p. 283.

58. Chap. III. p. 292. Tail-piece: The Fishing-house, ended by

Cotton on the banks of the Dove; from an Original Drawing by W. Blake, Esq. Copied and Engraved by H. White.

59. Chap. IV. p. 294. Tailpiece: Front and Side View of Beres

ford-Hall, in the County of Stafford, the Seat of Charles Cotton, Esq.; from an Original Drawing by D. Blaine, Esq. Copied and Engraved by II. White.

"Bat look you Sir, bere appears the House, that is now "like to be your Inn, for want of a better." p. 284.

60. Chap. V. p. 304. Tail-piece: The Rocks called " The Bro

thers," seen in looking up the Stream of the River Dove;
from an Original Painting by J. Linncll. Drawn by W. H.
Brooke, and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.
"Oh my beloved Rocks! that rise
"To awe the earth and brave the skies:"

Cotton's Irregular Stanzas on Retirement,
Stanza viii. Introd. Essay, p. xi.

61. Chap. VI. p. 314. Tail-piece: View of Pike-Pool, Stafford

shire, looking down the Stream; from an Original Drawing
by W. Blake, Esq. Copied and Engraved by H. White.
"Why, Sir, from that Pike, that you see standing np
"there, distant from the rock, this is called Pike-Pool."
p. 312.

62. Chap. VII. p. 331. Tail-piece: View of Pike-Pool, looking

up the Stream, with an opposite prospect of the Pike: from an Original Drawing by the Same. Copied and Engraved by the Same.

63. Chap. VIII. p. 341. Tail-piece: View in Dove-Dale of a

remarkable Cave called Reynard's Hall, nearly opposite the rocks railed the Brothers; vide No. 60: from an Original Drawing by Francis Chantrey, Esq., R. A., F. R.S., &c. Copied and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.

"Oh my beloved Caves! from Dog-star's heat

"And all anxieties, may safe retreat."

Cotton's Retirement, St. viii. p. xi.

64. Chap. IX. p. 343. Tail-piece: View from the top of DoveDale, looking up the Stream; from an Original Drawing by the Same. Copied and Engraved by H. White.

"Oh my beloved Nymph! Fair Dove!

"Princess of Rivers! how I love
"Upon thy flowery banks to lie;

"And view thy silver stream,

"When gilded by a Summer's beam."

» • Cotton's Retirement, St. vi. p. x.

"But look you, Sir, now yon are at the brink of the

"hill, how do you like my River ?—the Vale it winds

"through like a snake." p. 288.

65. Chap. X. p. 347. Tail-piece: View of the Back of the

Fishing-House with Beresford-Hall behind it, shewing their relative situations: from an Original Drawing by W. Blake, Esq. Copied and Engraved by H. White.

66. Chap. XI. p. 356. Tail-piece: View from the Northern Ex

tremity of Dove-Dale, looking down the Stream; the second rock on the left hand, is piovincially called the " Iron. Chest." A party of pleasure, such as frequently visits this romantic spot, is seen regaling in the foreground on the left: from an Original Drawing by Francis Chantrey, Esq., R. A,, &c. Copied and Engraved by J. Thompson.

"Oh, how happy here's our leisure!

"Oh, how innocent our pleasure!

"Oh, ye vallies! Oh, ye mountains!

"Oh ye groves and crystal fountains 1

"How I love at liberty,

"By turns, to come and visit ye 1" * Cotton's Retirement, St. iii. p. ix.

67. Chap. XII. p. 361. Tail-piece: View of the Exit from Dove

Dale, looking up the Stream; the great stone on the left

being the boundary of the Lam Estate: from an Original

Drawing by the Same. Copied and Engraved by the Same.

"And from the vales to view the noble heights above."

Cotton's Retirement, St. viii. p. xi.

68. Page 362. Vignette: View of Haddon Hall, in the County of Derby; taken from between Rowesley and Upper Haddon: from an Original Drawing by F. Chantrey, Esq., R, A., &c. Copied and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.

The Towns in the vicinity of this Seat are mentioned by Cotton in his Second Chapter, p. 280; and the Hall itself, which belongs to the Duke of Rutland, is extremely interesting, as the most perfect ancient Baronial Residence in existence. It is about 150 miles from London, and nearly three from Bakewell, a celebrated fishing station on the river Wye in Derbyshire. 69. Page 367. Linnean Characters of the Fish mentioned by Walton: Tail-piece: Nature furnishing her Children with the rude Implements of Angling. Drawn by J. Meadows: Engraved by H. White.

The Ensuing Illustrations Abe Contained In The Notes.

70. Page 368. Illustrative Notes: Head-piece: "Emblems of

Hunting, Hawking, and Angling; allusive to the general contents of Chapter I., Part I. Drawn by the late J. Thurston: Engraved by J. Thompson.

71. Page 398. Copy from an Impression of an Antique Seal-ring,

formerly belonging to Sir Tho. Anderson, Mayor of Newcastle in 1599; by whom it was dropped into the River Tyne, where it was swallowed by a Salmon: Communicated by J. G. Children, Esq., F. R. S., &c. Assistant-Keeper of the Antiquities and Coins in the British Museum. Drawn by R. Thomson: Engraved by W. Hughes.

72. Page 401. Representations of the various kinds of Aurelise,

and Nymphese of the Cadew-Worms, and of the Fly into which they subsequently change. Drawn and Engraved by G. W. Bonner.

73. Page 403. Portrait of Thomas Coriate the Traveller, from the

Frontispiece to his " Crudities," Lond. 1611. 4to. Copied and Engraved by T. Mosses.

74. Page 404. South-West View of Alstonefield Church, Stafford

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