ANGLING IN ALL THE BRANCHES, REDUCED TO A COMPLETE SCIENCE; Being the Result of More Than Forty Years Real Practice and Strict Observation throughout the Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland. In three parts

London: Printed by Peter Strahan for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1800. First edition. 12mo. xiii, 298 pp. [Three page manuscript index added at the end.] With the half-title, but lacking the publisher’s ads. Describes the rivers and lakes of Great Britain and “the parts best adapted for Angling,” the fish to be taken, and artificial flies “which will take fish.” Rebound in brown cloth, gilt spine title (interior browning and soiling). Owners’ names and bookplate, still a good sold copy, with the added manuscript. Item #67838

Price: $100.00

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