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Angling in All its Branches, Reduced to aComplete Science: being the result of more than forty years real practiceand strict observation throughout the kingdoms of Great Britain andIreland. In three parts. First, Describing (among other things) thecounties of England, Wales and Scotland.with those ofIreland.Secondly, A full description of the different kinds of Fishtaken by Angling.Thirdly, A list of Artificial flies (the completestcollection ever yet known) . The Whole forming a Work of realUtility. of a very different nature from those insignificant littlePamphlets hitherto published, which treat chiefly of angling in theThames, the New River, and other Waters of equal consequence aboutLondon.
London. T.M. Longman and O. Rees. 1800. - 18.5cm, first edition,xv,298p., in dark morocco, with gilt titles, raised bands, marbledboards, a very good copy. Westwood and Satchell p205-206. "I presume tothink I have reduced Angling to a complete science" (dedication). SamuelTaylor (1749-1811) is best remembered as a prominent London stenographerwho devised a popular system of shorthand, the manual of which wentthrough many editions and languages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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