Angling in all its 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. […] The Whole forming a Work of real Utility, Comprising Objects too numerous to be detailed in a Title Page, and of a very different nature from those insignificant Pamphlets hitherto published, which treat chiefly of angling in the Thames, the New River, and other Waters of equal consequence about London.

  • Taylor, Samuel
  • London: Printed by A. Strahan for T. N. Longman and O. Rees 1800
  • ESTC T112416.

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FIRST EDITION, 8vo, pp. [iii]- xv, [i], 298, [6, ads]. Contemporary half calf, edges sprinkled blue. A little scattered foxing. Rebacked, new red morocco label, boards rubbed and worn. Bookplate of Henry J. Ashton to pastedown, gift inscription to flyleaf: ‘To Downie with much love Xmas 1937, Frances’.

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The first edition of Taylor's fishing book, covering in its three parts the counties and rivers of England, Scotland and Wales, descriptions of types of fish, and artificial flies.

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