Special Collections. C.W. Post Campus / Long Island University, Brookville, New York 11548


The Franklin B. Lord Fishing and Hunting Collection


Conrad Schoeffling
Collection Curator

Merlyn Portillo
Holdings List Compiler

Jarron Jewell, Web Design

Collection
Facts at a
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Franklin B. Lord
History

Collection
Holdings List


Collection Facts at a Glance:

Benefactor:

Franklin B. Lord, Jr.

Collection Time Period:

Late 17th Century to Mid-20th Century

Abstract:

This is a comprehensive collection of 700 books, catalogues and periodicals, mostly about fishing and hunting.

Scope and Content:

700 books, catalogues and periodicals

Location:

Special Collections Main Room

Repository:

Special Collections.
B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library,
C. W. Post Campus
Long Island University,
Brookville, NY 11548

User Restrictions:

The Collection is available for viewing in theSpecial Collections' Reading Room. Requests for digital images are considered on a case by case basis. Please call or email us for an appointment. 516/299-2880 and Conrad.Schoeffling@liu.edu.


Franklin B. Lord History:

Mr. Lord, a lawyer, was born circa 1911 and died on February, 5, 1971 at the age of 59. He was an avid fisherman and had an active interest in the training of hunting dogs.

Graduating from the University of Virginia Law School, he joined his family's law firm of Lord, Day and Lord in 1936. He was in the United States Navy from 1942 to 1945, and was discharged as a lieutenant commander. Returning to his law firm, Mr. Lord eventually retired in 1963. He was a trustee of Long Island University from 1955 to 1966.

Franklin B. Lord's bequest is a sports collection almost completely dedicated to fishing and hunting.



The Franklin B. Lord Fishing and Hunting Collection Holdings List:

Ackerman, Irving C.
The wire-haired foxterrier. Text illustrations by Josephine Z. Rine, photographs by R. W. Tauskey.
New York; G. Howard Watt. 1927
191 p. front., illus., plates, port. 22 cm

Adams, Joseph.
Salmon and trout angling: its theory, and practice on southern stream, torrent river, and mountain loch. By Joseph Adams "Corrigen"... with the forward The Marquess of Hartington With eighteen illustrations.
New York; E. P. Dutton and company. 1923.
288 p. front., plates

Aflalo, Frederick George, 1870-1918.
A book of fishing stories edited by F. G. Aflalo with contributions by Lieut.-Col. P. R. Bairnsfather, R. Hon. Sydney G. Buxton, Lady Evelyn Cotterell, Lord Desborough (and others).
London; J. M. Dent & Sons, ltd. New York; E. P. Dutton & co. ltd. 1913. 243 p. col. front., plates (part col.)

Aflalo, Frederick George, 1870 - 1918.
Fisherman's weather, by upwards of one hundred living anglers, edited by F.G. Aflalo. With eight full-page illustrations in color from paintings by Charles Whymper. London; A. & C. Black. 1906.
xv, 256. 8 col. pl. (front.)

Akerman, John Yonge, 1806-1873.
Spring-tide; or, The angler and his friends. 2nd edition.
London; R. Bentley. 1852.
2p. l., [iii]-xv. [1]. 192p. front. (port.) plates. 18 cm

Alken, Henry Thomas, 1784-1851.
The national sports of Great Britain. Fifty engravings with descriptions. A new edition.
London; Methuen & co. 1903.
[110] p. 50 col. pl. (incl. front.)

Allan, Philip Bertram Murray, 1884 -
Trout heresy. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1936.
206 p.

Almirall, Leon Vincent, 1884 -
Canines and coyotes. With a preface by R.L. Sutton and foreword by Patrick Chalmers. Caldwell, Id.;
The Caxton printers, ltd. 1941.
150 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 23.5 cm

The American angler's guide.
Being a compilation from the works of popular English authors, from Walton to the present time; together with the opinions and practices of the best American anglers. With engravings on wood. By an American angler. Second edition. New York; Burgess, Stringer & co. 1846.
224p. front., illus.
Frontispiece and t.-p. missing

American fisheries society.
Transactions of the American fisheries society, 1870-
Albany. 1872- v.
Library has: 29th annual meeting, 1900.

American fox terrier club, New York.
Anniversary book. 1885-1934. Compiled by James W. Spring.
New York; Privately printed [for the] American fox terrier club. [1934].
295 p. illus. front. (port.)

The American shooter's manual, comprising such plain and simple rules as are necessary to introduce the inexperienced into a full knowledge of all that relates to the dog and the correct use of the gun; also a description of the game of this country, by a gentleman of Philadelphia county.
Philadelphia; Carey, Lea & Carey. 1827.
2p., 1., ix-xii, [13]-249, [2] p. 18 cm
Library has reprint of the 1827 edition. Published privately at New York by Ernest R. Gee, 1928.
157p limited to 375 number copies, this is number 237

Andrews, William Loring, 1837-1920.
An English XIX century sportsman, bibliopole and binder of angling books.
New York; Dodd, Mead & co. 1906.
xvii, 59, 8 p., incl. front., illus.
Facsimile reprint of Gosden's catalogue, 1825 (8p.) at end.

The Angler's assistant, or, the complete art of angling; containing every necessary instruction to practice with success this most healthy pastime. Also directions for choosing and making angling rods, lines, hooks, floats, baits. Remarks on the haunts of fishes; proper seasons for baits; and recipes to catch fish by the hand.
York; Printed & published at C. Croshaw's fishing tackle warehouse. n. d.
36 p. front. (col. plate)
Original paper cover bound in with book

The angler's assistant, or, a new and complete treatise on the art of angling; containing every necessary instruction to practice with success this most healthy pastime; also directions for choosing and making angling rods, lines, hooks, floats, baits, pastes, flies, etc.
London; Printed and published by W. Mason. n.d. [1815].
32 p. col. front.

Angler's Club, New York, N. Y. Bulletin. v.1- 1922?-
Library has vols. 10-23, Feb. 1931- Oct. 1944.
the library has v. 34-38 with some issues missing

The Angler's manual; or, concise lessons of experience.
Containing useful instruction on every approved method of angling, and particularly on the management of the hand and rod in each method.
Embellished with twelve plates, of fish, fishing, baits, and tackle, designed and etched by S. Howitt.
Liverpool, Ptd. by G.F. Harris, for Samuel Bagster, Strand, London, 1808.
28 p. front., plates.

The angler's note-book and naturalist's record;
a repertory of fact, inquiry and discussion on field-sports and subjects of natural history. With six woodcuts.
London; William Satchell & co. 1880.
192 p. 6 pl. incl. front.
"The green series complete."

The Angler's pocket-book; or, Compleat English angler:
containing all that is necessary to be known in that art. Also, Nobbs's celebrated treatise on the art of trolling. With an appendix, in which are improvements and discoveries, never before published. The third edition.
London; H. K. Causton. 1805.
148 p.

Angling Library of late Francis Francis, Esq. [N.P.]
July 1890. 19p. 22cm. [exerted from unknown option catalogue. (p51-69) "Fourth day sale: on Monday July 14, 1890..."]

Angling, by Leroy M. Yale, A. Foster Higgins, J.G.A. Creighton, Robert Grant, A.R. Macdonough, Alexander Cargill, Charles Frederick Holder.
[New York]; Charles Scribner's sons. 1896.
xi, 305 p. incl. illus., plates, 2 port. front. (The out of door library)
"The Chapters in this volume have appeared in Scribner's magazine."
Pictorial cloth cover

Angling, by Leroy M. Yale, A. Foster Higgins, J.G.A. Creighton, Robert Grant, A.R. Macdonough, Alexander Cargill, Charles Frederick Holder.
[New York]; C. Scribner's sons. 1897.
305 p. incl. illus., plates, 2 port. front. (The Out of door library)

The Angling Library of Arnold Wood. North East Harbor, Maine. ...to be sold Tuesday evening May 24th ...
New York: G.A. Baker & co., Inc. [1938]

The Angling Library of Harry K. Morris
New York City, to be sold at public auction by order of the owner sale: Thursday June 30th at 8pm. ...
New York: G.A. Baker & Co., Inc. [n.d.]
Cover title.

The Angling Library Formed by the late Dean Sage, Albany, New York: Inherited and Augmented by his son, the present owner, Dean Sage. Public Auction sale by his son, the present owner. Dean Sage. Public Auction Sale by his order.
April 9 and 10 at 2pm.
New York: Parke-Benet Galleries Inc. 1942.

Apperley, Charles James, 1778-1843.
The chace, the turf, and the road. By Nimrod [pseudo.] With illustrations by Henry Alken and a portrait by D. Maclise.
London; John Murray. 1837.
301 p. ports. incl. port. front., plates, some col.
Tip in two pages signed letter from the author dated Sept 12, 1842

Apperley, Charles James.
The condition of Hunters: their choice and management by Nimrod the veterinary portions brought up to date by Frank Townend Barton M.R.C.U.S. with 34 illustrations including the original Turner Lithograph
London: John Lane the Bodley Head; New York: John Lane company 1908.

Apperley, Charles James, 1778-1843
My life and times, by Nimrod. Edited with additions by E. D. Cuming. Endinburgh and London; William Blackwood & sons ltd.;
New York, Charles Scribner's sons. 1927.
xviii, 341, [1] p. col. front., 1 illus., plates (part col.) ports. (part col.) facsims. 23cm

Armistead, Wilson H.
Trout waters management and angling.
London; A. and C. Black. 1920.
x, 203 p. fold. map. 20.5 cm.

Arundel, Reginald.
Training [the dog] for guard work.
Richmond, Va.; Denlinger's. 1952.
95 p. illus. 24 cm.

Ash, Edward Cecil, 1888-
The practical dog book; with chapters on the authentic history of all varieties hitherto unpublished, and a veterinary guide and dosage section, and information on advertising and on exporting to all parts of the world. A comprehensive work dealing with the buying, selling, breeding, showing, care and feeding of the dog. Illustrated with a coloured plate by Arthur Wardle, and five hundred photographs, woodcuts and drawings. With an introduction by the Hon. Florence Amherst. London; Simpkin, Marshall, ltd. 1930.
xxxii, 343 p. front., illus., 43 pl. 26 cm
Title page missing and lacking pages 271-174

Aston, Sir George Grey, 1861-
Letters to young fly-fishers, by Sir George Aston ("George Southcote").
London; P. Allan & co., ltd. [1926].
154 p. front., plates.

Austin, A.B., compiler.
An angler's anthology, collected by A.B. Austin. London, Country life limited; New York, Charles Scribner's sons. [1930].
168 p.

Bagg, R. Bouros.
The Lochleven angler. By an ex-president of the Kinross-shire fishing-club. Kinross, George Barnet; Edinburgh and Glasgow, J. Menzies & co. 1874.
144 p. col. front.

Bailey, William.
The angler's instructor; a treatise on the best modes of angling in English rivers, lakes, and ponds, and on the habits of the fish.
London; Longmans and co. 1857.
111 p.
Nottingham: T. Forman and sons (1875)

Bailey, William.
The angler's instructor; a treatise on the best modes of angling in English rivers, lakes, and ponds, and on the habits of the fish. Third edition, revised.
London; Longmans and co. [1879].
187 p.

Baillie, Major G.
A chat about dry fly fishing.
London; Selwyn & Blount, ltd. [1921].
46 p.

Bainbridge, George Cole.
The fly-fisher's guide, illustrated by coloured plates, representing upwards of forty of the most useful flies, accurately copied from nature. Liverpool: printed for the author by G.F. Harris's widow and brothers. 1816.
150 p. illus. 8 col. plates incl. front.

Bainbridge, George Cole.
The fly fisher's guide, illustrated by coloured plates, representing upwards of forty of the most useful flies, accurately copied from nature. 4th edition.
London; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman. 1840.
135 p. 9 col. plates incl. front.

Barker, Thomas.
The art of angling. Wherein are discovered many rare secrets, very necessary to be known by all that delight in that recreation.
London; Printed by R.H. and are to be sold by Oliver Fletcher. 1651.
2p. 1., 22 p. 16.5 cm
"One hundred copies, reprinted for J.H. Burn, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, 1820."

Barnes, Orange Perry, 1858-
Fly fishing in wonderland, by Klahowya [pseud.]
Chicago; O.P. Barnes. 1910.
55 p. illus

Bartlett, John, 1820-1905.
The Bartlett collection. A list of books on angling, fishes and fish culture, in Harvard college library. By Louise Rankin Albee. Cambridge, Mass.; Library of Harvard university. 1896.
180 p. facsim. 24.5 cm (Edited by Justin Winsor. no. 51)
Collection formed by John Bartlett and presented to the library of Harvard college, Nov. 17th, 1892, when it numbered 1014 volumes and 269 pamphlets.
A catalogue of the collection was printed at Cambridge in 1882.

Bartlett, John, 1820-1905.
Catalogue of books on angling, including ichthyology, pisciculture, fisheries, and fishing laws. From the library of a practitioner of more than fifty years' experience in the art of angling. Cambridge, [Mass.; J. Wilson and son]. 1882.
1 p. 1., 77 p. 26x20 cm
Collection of 1014 volumes and 269 pamphlets, formed by John Bartlett and presented to the Library of Harvard college, Nov. 17th, 1892. In 1896 the Library published a catalogue of the collection, as no. 51 of its Bibliographical contributions.

Barton, Edwin Alfred, 1863 -
An album of the chalk streams. With forty-seven photogravure plates from photographs by the author.
London; Adam and Charles Black. 1946.
103 p. plates. 27 cm.

Bashford, Sir Henry Howarth, 1880-
Fisherman's progress.
London; Constable and company ltd. [1946].
122 p. plates. 18.5 cm.
"First published in 1946"
Dust Jacket

Beale, Thomas.
The natural history of the sperm whale: its anatomy and physiology---food---spermaceti---ambergris---rise and progress of the fishery---chase and capture---"cutting in" and "trying out"---description of the ships, boats, men, and instruments used in the attack; with an account of its favorite places of resort. To which is added, a sketch of a South-Sea whaling voyage in which the author was personally engaged.
London; J. Van Voorst. 1839.
393 p. front. 2 plates.

Beckford, Peter.
Thoughts on hunting ina series of familiar letter to a friend. To which is added a chapter on coursing
London: Cowie Jolland & co., 1840
New edition

Becque, Henri, 1837-1899.
Les corbeaux; piece en 4 actes. Paris; Librairie Stock, 1928.
152 p.
"Nouvelle edition."

Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.
Eyes and ears. Boston; Ticknor and Fields. 1862.
vii, 419 p. 20 cm.
Papers reprinted, with a few exceptions, from the New York Ledger, where they appeared, under the title of "Thoughts as they occur, by one who keeps his eyes and ears open." Besides these, a few have been taken from New York Independent.

Beecher Henry Ward, 1813-1887.
Norwood; or, Village life in England.
New York; Charles Scribner & company. 1868.
1p.l., [v]-xi, 549 p. 19 cm.
At head title: From the New York Ledger

Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.
Star papers; or, Experiences of art and nature.
New York, J.C. Derby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1855. 359 p.
"The articles of which this work is made up appeared in the columns of the New York Independent with the signature of a STAR."

Beever, John, d. 1859.
Practical fly-fishing: founded on nature and tested by the experience of nearly forty years, in various parts of the United Kingdom. With instructions for imitating all the most useful flies. Also remarks on fly-rods, the best woods for them, and the best way of making them. By Arundo [pseudo.]
London; Simpkin & Marshall. 1849. 66 p.
Printed for the author

Beever, John, d. 1859.
Practical fly-fishing founded on nature. A new edition with a memoir of the Author by W.G. Collingwood, M.A. Also additional notes and a chapter on Char-fishing by A. and A.R. Severn.
London; Methuen and co. 1893. 54 p.

Bennion, B.
The trout are rising in England and South Africa; a book for slippered ease, by B. Bennion ("B.B." of the "Field") with an introductory letter by H.T. Sheringham and with fifteen illustrations.
London, John Lane; The Bodley Head New York, John Lane company. 1920.
xvii, [2], 292 p. front., plates, port. 19 cm.

Bergman, Ray, 1891-
Fresh-water bass. Illustrated by Fred Hildebrandt. New York; Alfred A. Knopf. 1947 (c.1942)
436 p. (col. front.), illus., plates (part col.) diagrs.
Sixth printing, July 1942

Bergman, Ray, 1891-
Trout. Fly plates in full color painted by Dr. Edgar Burke. Photographs of fly tying by Charles S. Krug. Also many diagrams in line by Ivin Sickles.
New York; Alfred A. Knopf 1943 (c.1938)
451 p. front. (port.) plates (part col.)
Sixth printing Oct. 1943

Bergman, Ray, 1891-
With fly, plug, and bait. Fly plates by Dr. Edgar Burke, drawings by Ivin Sickels, 2nd. New York; William Morrow & company. 1947.
vi p., 640 p. illus. (incl. diagrs.) 6 col. pl. 24cm.

Berners, Juliana, Dame, b. 1388?, supposed author.
A treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle. Being a facsimile reproduction of the first book on the subject of fishing printed in England by Wynkyn de Worde at Westminster in 1496. With an introduction by Rev. M.G. Watkins.
London; Elliot Stock. 1880. 23 p. illus.

Berners, Juliana, Dame, b. 1388?, supposed author.
A treatise on Fishing with a hook attributed to Dame Juliana Berners, printed in the Book of Saint Albans by Wynken de Worde, Mcccclxxxxvi and rendered into modern English by William Van Wyck.
New York city; The Van Rees press. 1933.
54 p. incl. front., illus.

Berry, Charles Walter.
Viniana. With an introduction by H. Warner Allen and nine illustrations in collotype. 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. Second impression from the vintners: loosely inserted a presentation copy "with the compliments of Berry Bros. & co. London..."
London; Constable & co., ltd. 1934.
161 p. front., plates, ports.

Berwick, the borders and land of Scott or
the Tourists guide to the Vale of the Tweed also rivers of the border land. Berwick-upon Tweed, John Wilson; London, Hall, Virtue & co.; Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd. n.d.
120 p. front., fold. map.

Best, Thomas.
The art of angling, confirmed by actual experience; with several recent discoveries: to which is added Nobbs's Complete troller; also prognostics of the weather, with and without the barometer. Eleventh edition, carefully revised, corrected, and re-arranged.
London; Ptd. for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy.
1822. 255p. front.

Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.
A Waltonian library; or, a list of such works as relate to fish, fishing, Walton and Cotton. By the American editor of the Complete angler.
[New York and London; Wiley & Putnam. 1847]. p. [153-203]
Appended to the first American (Bethune) edition of Walton's Complete angler. "Founded on Sir Henry Ellis's catalogue, as reprinted by Pickering."

Bibliotheca Piscatoria: The Library of the late Henry Alden Sherwin Cleveland, Ohio... Public Auction sale October 14 and 15 at 2pm.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1946.

Bibliotheca Piscatoria: The library of the late Henry Alden Sherwin Cleveland, Ohio... Public Auction Sale. March 4 and 5 at 2pm.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1946

Bibliotheca Piscatoria: The library of late Henry Alden Sherwin
Cleveland, Ohio...
Public auction sale October 14 and 15 at 2pm
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries inc. 1946.

Black, Adam and Charles, publisher, Edinburgh.
Black's picturesque guide to the English lakes with a copious itinerary; a map, and four charts of the lake district; and engraved views of the scenery. Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1841. 154 p. front., illus., plates, maps.

Black, Glenn G.
American beagling, by "Old Kickapoo" (Glenn G. Black).
New York; G.P. Putnam's Sons. [1949].xvii, 292 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.

"Black Palmer", pseud.
Scotch loch-fishing. Edinburgh and London; Wm. Blackwood and sons. 1882. 81 p.
"This edition is interleaved with blank sheets for reader's notes."

Blacker, William.
Blacker's art of flymaking, &c, comprising angling, & dyeing of colours, with engravings of salmon & trout flies, shewing the process of the gentle craft as taught in the pages. With descriptions of flies for the season of the year, as they come out on the water. Rewritten & revised by the author, Blacker, himself. London; [Published by the author]. 1855.
1p. 1., iv p., v-xi, 259 p. front., plates (part col.) 17.5 cm.
At head of title: Patronized by H.R.H. Prince Albert.

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, 1825-1900.
Tales from the telling-house.
London; S. Low, Marston & company, limited. 1898.
x p., 2 l., 244p., 1 l. 17.5cm.

Blaine, Delabere Pritchett.
An encyclopedia of rural sports or Complete account of hunting, shooting, fishing, racing, &c. &c.
London; Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts. 1858.
10 pts. in 2 v. fronts., illus., engr. plates. "Third edition."

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878, compiler and editor.
The angler's song book. London, George Cox; Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd. 1855. 276 p.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle where to go, with illustrations. London, George Routhledge 1854. 187p.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle and where to go.
London, George Routhledge and sons. n.d.
On versal; "Book for the country" 187p.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle and where to go
The eight thousand, with illustration. London, George Routhledge and co., 1855

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle and where to go
New edition with illustrations, London, G. Routhledge co., 1858. 187p.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Anglin; or How to angle and where to go.
New editions with illustration; Routhledge, warne, and Routhledge . 1862. 187p.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle and where to go
New editions with illustrations: London, George Routhledge and sons 1865.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878
Angling; or How to angle and where to go
New edition with illustrations, London George Routhledge and sons. n.d.
On versal on title page "Books for the county" "Picturial cover.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878.
Angling or How to angle, and where to go. A new edition revised, with notes and memoir by "Red Spinner" (William Senior). With illustrations by Avery Lewis. London; George Routledge and sons, ltd. 1898. 285 p. illus.

Blakey, Robert, 1795-1878.
Angling, or, How to angle and where to go ... 1854- 187 p. illus.
Library has copies of the 1854, 1855, 1858, 1865 editions and copies of two undated editions. Covers vary. Editions have other minor variations.

The Book of sport, British and foreign:
Devoted to the pictorial illustration of the pursuits of the sportsman in every quarter of the globe ...
London, Walter Spiers, 1843.
2 V. 100 engr. Plates incl. fronts.
Added t.-ps. Engraved.

Bowden, John
The naturalist in Norway; or Notes on the wild animals, birds, fishes, and plants of that country. With some account of the principal salmon rivers. By Rev. J. Bowden ...
London, L. Reeve & co., 1869
XII p., 263 p. 8 col. Pl. (incl. front.) 19.5 cm.

Bowlker, Charles (of Ludlow) d. 1779
The art of angling and compleat fly-fishing. Describing the different kinds of fish, their haunts, and places of feeding and retirement: with an account of the generation of fishes ... also the various kinds of baits adapted to each particular kind of fish ... To which are added, directions for making artificial flies ... Birmingham, Printed by John Baskerville for the Author; and sold by G. Robison, in London [... 1774] 116 p. illustrated with new and improve in the art of angling "Second edition"

Bowlker, Charles (of Ludlow) d. 1779
The art of angling; or Compleat fly-fisher: describing the different kinds of fish.... with an account of the generation of fishes ... also the various kinds of baits ... illustrated with many new improvements in the Art of angling. Birmingham, Printed by and for Swinney & Walker; sold by G. G. J. Robison, London; [etc., etc.,]1792. 118 p. front.

Bowlker, Charles (of Ludlow) d. 1779
The art of angling; or Compleat fly-fisher: describing the different kinds of fish... with an account of the generation of fishes ... Birmingham, Printed by and for Swinney & Walker; and sold by G. G. J. Robison, London; [etc., etc.,] 1792. 118 p. front. Bound with 153 pages William Carpenter's The angler's assistant, London, David Bogue, 1848.

Bowlker, Charles (of Ludlow) d. 1779
The art of angling, greatly enlarged and improved; containing directions for fly-fishing, trolling, bottom fishing, making artificial flies, &c. &c. ... Ludlow, printed and sold by Procter and Jones; sold also by Longman, Rees, & co., London, 1829. 154 p. fornt. (col.) illus. 10th edition?

Bowlker, Richard.
The art of angling improved, in all its parts, especially fly-fishing: containing a particular account of the several sorts of freshwater fish, with their most proper baits ... Worcester, Printed by M. Olivers, in High street [1758?] 95p.

Boyd, James, 1888-
Long hunt, New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1930.
4 p. 1., 3-376 p. 19.5 cm.

Bradbury, Edward
Pictures of the Peak: ("Strephon") ... Illustrated with pen and ink sketches by A. J. Keene.
London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and co. ... 1891.
278 p. illus.

Bridgett, R C
Tight lines; angling sketches,
London, Herbert Jenkins. Ltd., 1926.
320 p. front. ( port.), plates.

Brock, David
To hunt fox with 42 illustrations
London: Seeley Service & Company [1937]
Dust jacket

Brookes, Richard, fl. 1750
The art of angling... New improved with additions, and formed into a dictionary. In two parts... Illustrated with one hundred and thirty-five cuts ... the whole forming a sportsman's magazine; and comprizing all that is curious and valuable in the art of angling ...
London, Printed for T. Lowdes, 1766. 293 p. front., illus.

Brown, John J
The American angler's guide: or, complete fisher's manual, for the United States: containing the opinions and practices of experienced anglers of both hemispheres; with the various modes adopted in ocean, river, lake, and pond fishing ... 5th ed., rev., and greatly enl. and impr., with ... a third part, containg a more particular description of southern and Western fishes ... with twenty-five engraving of the principal angle-fish of America, and embellished with numerous engravings on steel, stone, and wood.
New York, D. Appleton and co., 1876.
428 p. engr. Front., illus. "Centennial edition."

Browne, Moses 1704-1787
Piscatory eclogues: an essay to introduce new rules and new characters, into pastoral. To which is prefix'd a Discourse in defence of this undertaking. With practical and philosophical notes ... London, printed by C. Ackers, for John Brindley at the King's Arms ... 1729. 129 p.

Brown, William, pseud
A freshwater yarn; being ye true and veracious log of ye boats "Fury" and "Kate," while on an exploring expedition on ye River Avon; done by ye officers in charge thereof, viz.: Brown, Jones, and Robison. To ye which are superadded sundry sketches, by ye hydrographer and draughtsman, Robison: ye whole now edited, collated, emendated, and corrected, by Brown.
London, Elliot Stock, n. d. 64 p. plates.

Brown, William, of Perth
The natural history of the salmon, as ascertained by the recent experiments in the artificial spawning and hatching of the ova and rearing of the fry, at Stormontfield, on the Tay. ...
Glasgow, T. Murdon, A. Hall, Virtue and co., 1862. 136 p. diagram. Front.

Browne, Patrick William, 1864-1937
Where the fishers go; the story of Labrador, by Rev. P. W. Browned ... New York, Cochrane publishing company;
T.C. Allen & co. Halifax N.S. Twerner Laurie England 1909.

Bryan, George Sands, 1879- comp. and ed.
The camper's own book; a hardy volume for devotees of tent ant trail, with contributions by Steward Edward White ... and other authorities, comp. and ed. ... New York, The Log cabin press, 1912.
194 p. front., illus., plates, diagrs. 20.5 cm. : p. 188-190.

Buckham, James, 1858-1908
Where town and country meet, Cincinnati, Jennings and Pye;
New York, Eaton and Main and Mains [1903] 241 p.

Buckingham, Nash
Blood lines; tales of shooting & fishing, foreword by Henry P.
Davis. New York, The Derrydale press [1938]
XIX p., 1 l., 227 p. incl. front. (port.) plates, ports. 24cm.
"Twelve hundred and fifty numbered copies... have been printed." This is number 1180

Buckingham, Nash
De shootinest gent'man. With drawing by Robert Ball.
New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1941.
3 p. l. [X-XI], 24 p. incl. front. (port) illus. 23.5 cm

Buckingham, Nash, 1880-
Game bag, tales of shooting and fishing, illustrations by H.P. A. M. Hoecker. New York, G.P. Putnam's sons [1945] XV, 185, [1] p. front., illus., plates. 24cm. 1250 numbered copies this copy is num. 1047 signed by the author.

Buckingham, Nash,
Tattered coat. Illustrated by Arthur Fuller.
New York, G.P. Putnam's sons [1944]
XIV, 210 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 24.5cm.
Limited numbered edition of 995 copies this is number 555 and signed by the author.

Buckland, Francis Trevelyan, 1826-1880
Fish hatching. London, Tinsley brother, 1863.
3 p. 1., [XI]-XV, 268 p. Front., illus. 18.5cm, .

Buckland, Francis Trevelyan, 1826-1880
Long-book of a fisherman and zoologist, Frank Buckland
London, Chapman & Hall, [1875.]
407p. illus. On cover: Buckland's log book.

Buckland, Francis Trevelyan, 1826-1880
Manual of salmon and trout hatching, or an explanation of the fish-hatching apparatus at the Royal Horticultural Gardens, the South Kensington Museum, Zoological Gardens, &c., &c., By frank Buckland ...
London, Tinsley brothers, 1864. 36p. diagrams.

Buckland, Francis Trevelyan, 1826-1880
The pollution of rivers and its effects upon the fisheries and supply of water to towns and villages. By Frank Buckland, Esq., M.A. ...
London. C. L. Marsh & co., 1878. 39p. "An address delivered at the Royal Institution before the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain. 3rd July, 1878."

Budgett, Hubert Maitland, 1882-
Hunting by scent, by H. M. Budgett ... With 12 full-pages plates from original drawing by Lionel Edwards ...
London, Eyre and Spottiswoode [1933] XI, 122 p. plates, diagrs. 27.5cm.

Burke, Edgar
American dry flies and how to tie them, by Edgar Burke, M.D.
[New York] privately printed, The Angler's club of New York. 1931. 24 p. front., pl. "Five hundred copies ... have been printed by the Derrydale press..."

Burke, Ulick J
The boy's Walton; a discourse on fishing. With illustration.
London, Marcus Ward & co., 1878. 174 p. illus.

Burroughs, John, 1837-1921
Camping & tramping with Roosevelt, ... Boston and New York, Houghton, Miffling and company, 1907. XIV p., 21., 3-110, [2] p. front., 11pl. 19.5cm

Burroughs, John, 1837-1921
Locust and wild honey, ... Boston, Houghton, Osgood and company, 1879 253p. 17cm.

Burroughs, John, 1837-1921
Wake-robing, Boston and New York, Houghton, Miffling and company, (c.1913.) (c.1871) XIV, 233p. incl. front. 17.5 cm
The riverside Press Cambridge

Cambridge Essays, Contributed by members of the university.
London: John W. Parker and son 1856. 351p.
Includes the essay "The Fly-Fisher and his library by H.R. Francis.

Campbell, Walter Frederick 1798-1855
Life in Normandy, sketches of French fishing, farming, cooking, natural history and politics drawn from nature. Edinburg, Edmonston & Douglas, 1863. 2 V. fronts. Plates, fold. map. Edited by John Francies Cambell.
[second edition]

Carpenter, William
The angler's assistant: comprising practical direction for bottom-fishing, trolling, &c. With ample instructions for the preparation & use of tackle and baits; a descriptive account of the habits and haunt of fish ...
London, D. Bogue, 1848. 153 p. illus.
see Charles Bowlker's the art of angling; or, Compleat fly-fisher... Birmingham, Swinney & Walker, 1792

Carpenter, William.
The angler's assistant: comprising practical directions for the preparation and use of tackle and baits; a descriptive account of the habits and haunt of fish, and a geographical and ichthyological account of the principal rivers & streams in England. By William Carpenter. London, David Bogue, 1848. 153p. illus

Carpenter, William
The angler's assistant: comprising practical directions for bottom-fishing, trolling, &c. With ample instructions for the preparation and use of tackle and baits; a descriptive account of the habits and haunt of fish, and a geographical and ichthyological account of the principal rivers & streams in England. London, George Routhledge & co., 1852. 153p. front (col. plate) illus. A reissue of the first edition, London, Bogue, 1848, with new title page and colored frontispiece of flies

Carroll, William
The angler's vade mecum, containing a descriptive account of the water flies, their seasons, and kind of weather that brings them most on the water... to which is added, a description of the different baits used in angling, and where found. Edinburgh, A. Constable and co., 1818. 128p. 12col. pl., incl. front.

Cartwright, William
Rambles and recollections of a fly-fisher ... With an appendix containing ample instructions to the novice, inclusive of fly-making, and a list of really useful flies. By Clericus [pseud.] London, Chapman and Hall, 1854.
VII, [2] 155 p. front., 7 pl. 20cm

Catalogue of the angling library of the late Francis, Francis, Esq... also the libraries of two gentlemen (deceased)... which wil be sold by auction by Messvs. Puttick and Simpson...
London: Puttick and Simpson 1890
Library owns an excerpt "Fourth day sale: angling library of the late Francis Francis Esq." Items number 9062-1216 pg 51-69

A Catalogue of a choice and well selected collection of books on angling
Formed by Hon. Edward F. Brush, M.D., of MT. Vernon, New York. Including upwards of one hundred editions of Waltons "compleat angler"... and other rare valuables and interesting works. To be sold at auction Thursday and Friday morning 6th and 7th 1913.
New York: Merwin sale company, 1913.

Catalogue of a choice collection of rare books on angling; formed during 25 years. Search by a gentleman prominent at the New York Bar... To be sold Monday April, 22nd and the following days...
New York: The Merwin-Clayton Sales company [1912]
A catalogue of a choice and very complete collection of books on angling.
Collected by the Late James L. High of Chicago, Illinois. Including The First Five Editions of Walton's "Compleat Angler" and other rare and valuable on "Rivers, and fish-ponds and fish and fishing. To be sold Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday February 6th, 7th and 8th 1911.
New York: The Merwin-Clayton Sales Company, 1911.

Chalmers, Patrick Reginald, 1872-
...The angler's England.
Philadelphia & New York, J. B. Lippincott company [1938]
6 p. l., 19-253, [1] p. front., plates. 21cm.
(Half-title: The English scene, ed. by: Mr. Eric Parker. [vol. v])

Chalmers, Patrick Reginald, 1872-
...The shooting-man's England.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott company [1936]
2 p. l., IX-XI p., 1 l., 15-244, [1] p. 20.5 cm
(Half-title: The English scene, ed. by : Mr. Eric Parker. [I])

Chatto, William Andrew 1799-1864
Scene and recollections of fly-fishing, in Northumberland, Cumberland, and Westmoreland. By Stephen Oliver, the younger [pseudo.] ...
London, Chapman and Hall, 1834.
2 p. l., 212 p. illus. 16.5 cm.
Presentation copy "from the author"

Chitty, Edward 1804-1863
The fly-fisher's text book. By Theophilus South, Gent, [pseud.]
London, R. Ackermann. 1841.
230 p. plates, incl. front., diagrs.

Chitty, Edward 1804-1863
The illustrated fly-fisher's text book; a complete guide to the science of fly-fishing for salmon, trout, grayling, &c, by Theophilus South, gent. [pseud.] ...
London, H. G. Bohn, 1845.
231 p. plates, incl. front., diagrs.
see Ronalds, Alfred. The fly-fisher's entomology. 3d. ed. London, longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1844.

Chitty, Edward 1804-1863
The illustrated fly-fisher's text book; a complete guide to the science of fly-fishing for salmon, trout, grayling. &c, by Theophilus South, Gent. [pseud.] With twenty-three engravings, after painting by Cooper, Newton Fielding, F. A. Lee. and others.
London, Henry G. Bohn, 1845.
231 p. plates, incl. front., diagrs.

Church, Alfred John, 1829-1912
Isis and Thamesis; hours on the river from Oxford to Henley.
London, Seeley & co., 1886.
65 p. illus., plates.

Churchill, Robert
How to shoot; some lessons in the science of shot gun shooting,
London, Geoffrey Bles, [1927] c. 1925
108 p. illus., diagrs.
"Revised edition."

Clark, Atwood.
Gun dogs and their training.
New York: Charles Scribner's sons 1935.
VII 9-253 p. plates. 19cm

Clarke, Kit
Where the trout hide.
New York, Chicago [etc.] Brentano's 1889.
115 p. incl. front., illus., plates.
Original paper edition bound in with original covers.

Clements, Lewis
Shooting and fishing trips in England, France, Alsace, Belgium, Holland and Bavaria, by "Wildfowler," "Snapshot" [pseuds.] 2d ed.
London, Chapman and Hall, 1878. 440 p.

Cleveland, Grover, pres. U.S., 1837-1908
Fishing and shooting sketches. Illustrated by Henry S. Watson.
New York, The Outing publishing co., 1906.
209 p. illus., plates.

Cliffe, John Henry
Notes and recollections of an angler; rambles among the mountains, valleys, and solitudes of Wales. With sketches of some of the lakes, streams, mountains and scenic attractions in both divisions of the principality ...
London, Hamilton, Adams & co., 1870.

Cobbett, Martin
The man on the march. By Martin Cobbett (Mr. Sporting Notions) ...
London, Bliss, Sand and co., 1896.
307 p. A series of articles published originally in "Sporting life".

Cole, Ralph
The young angler's pocket companion; or A new and complete treatise on the art of angling, as may be practised with success in every river in England, during both the winter and summer seasons; directing, by plain and easy methods the young angler to perfect himself in this art ... To which is now added, A new most successful method of trolling ... together with the best method of smelt fishing ... London, Ptd. for R. Bassam ... 1795. 108 p. front. (fold.)

Colquhoun, John 1805-1885
The moor and the loch: containing minute instructions in all Highland sport. ... 6th ed., enl.
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood & sons, 1884.
2 V. front. port., illus., plates.

Colquhoun, John 1805-1885
The moor and the loch: containing minute instructions in all Highland sports.
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and sons, 1888.
496 p. front., illus., plates.
"New edition." On spine: Seventh edition.

The Complete guide to Dovedale, Ashbourn,
And Ilam containing also notices of the surrounding country and of the geology, Paleontology botany, & ornithology of the district with remarks on fishing in the Dove and Wye. To which is added an appendix comprising list of native plants, Dovedale fossils ...
Ashbourn, Edward Bamford, Daleshire, England [n. d. 1890?] 104 p.

Compton, Herbert [Eastwick] 1853-1906
The twentieth century dog... compiled from the contributions of over five hundred experts, ...
London, Grand Richards, 1904.
2V. illus., 82 pl. (incl. col. fronts.) 21.5cm
Content-I. Non-sporting. -II. Sporting.

Connett, Eugene, editor
American Sporting Dogs ... Illustrated from painting by Edwin Megangu and from photographs. Toronto, New York, London; D. Van Nostrand company. incl. (1948)

Connett, Eugene Virginius, 1891-
Any luck?. With an introduction. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.
London, Hutchison & co., 1935.
224 p. front., illus., plates.
New York Windward house 1933. First edition 1933.

Connett, Eugene Virginius, 1891- ed.
Upland game bird shooting in America, by David Wagstaff, Eugene V. Connett, ed.; introduction by Col. Lewis S. Thomson, illustrated by Lynn Bogue Hunt, Edgar Burke, M.D. Williams J. Schaldan Bert Cobb, ... and others.
New York, The Derrydale press, 1930.
249 p. col. front., plates (part col.) map, plan. Head- pieces

Cooke, Wells Woodbrifge, 1858-1916
...Distribution and migration of North American shore birds. ...
Washington, Govt. print. off., 1910.
100p. IV pl. 23cm. (U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Biological survey. Bulletin no. 35)

Copeland, W. T, and sons
Famous Hunting Scene on Spode China. A unique and permanent record of the art of John Frederick Herring and an interesting account of his life and work. stoke-on Trent (Staffordshire) (c.1950)

Copley, Hugh
The letters of two fishermen relating angling experiences in West Africa and on English rivers, and giving much useful advice and information on fish and fishing. With appendix... Illustrated.
London & New York, Frederick Warne & co. ltd., 1930.
150 p. 12 plates incl. Front.

Cotton,Charles, 1630-1687
The compleat angler. Being instructions how to angle for a trout or grayling in a clear stream. Part II.
London, Printed for Richard Marriott, 1676. 111p.
First issue of part II of The compleat angler as a separate volume. Title on the spine: Cotton's angler T.-p. has Walton-Cotton cypher. "Licensed, Roger L'Estrtange. April 5, 1676." l. Fishing. I Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683. II. Title.

Cotton,Charles, 1630-1687
The genuine poetical works of Charles Cotton, esq; containing, I. Scarronides: or Virgil travestie. II. Lucian burlesqu'd: or, The scoffer scoff'd. III. The wonders of the Peake ... 5th ed., cor.
London, T. Osborne [etc.] 1765.
348 p. plates (1 fold.) 17.5cm. Folded plate of Chatsworth.

Cotton,Charles, 1630-1687
Searronides: or Virgil travestie. A mock-poem. Being the first book of Virgils Ænies in English, burlésque. [Two lines in Latin] Imprimatur, Roger L'Estrage. London: Printed by E. Cotes for Henry Brome at the Gum in Ivy-lane. 1664.
2 p. l., 112p. 17.5cm.
[With Goffe, Thomas. Three excellent tragœdies ... London, 1656] (The issue called 1st by William Hazlitt)

Cotton,Charles, 1630-1687
The wonders of the peake. Esquire... London. Printed for Joanna Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of St. Pauls, 1681. 86 p. 1st edition

The Country gentleman's companion
....BY a country gentleman from his experience. London, Printed for the Author, and sold by T. Trye, near Gray's-Inn_Gate, Holborn ... 1753. 2 v.
Running title reads: The gentleman's companion.

Cox, Harding Edward de Fonblanque, 1854-
A Sportsman at the large. By Major Harding Cox...
New York, George H. Doran co., 1923. 310 p. front. (port.)

Cox, Nicholas
The gentleman's recreation, in four parts; (viz.) hunting, hawking, fowling, fishing. Collected from ancient and modern authors forrein and domestic, and rectified by the experience of the most skilfull artist of these times. Illustrated with sculptures. London, Printed by E. Flesher for Maurice Atkins at the Half-moon in St, Paul's Churchyard and Nicholas Cox over against Furnivals-Inn-Gate in Holborne, 1674. 284 p. front. 4 folded plates.
Plates by W. Dolle. "Imprimatur, August 29, 1673. Roger L' Estrage."

Crawhall, Joseph, b. 1821, ed.
A collection of right merrie garlands for North country anglers. Edited by Joseph Crawhall, and continues to this present year.
Newcastle-on-tyne, George Rutland, 1864.
312 p. illus., facsims.
Half-title: The Newcastle fishers' garlands. Contains music.

Cross, David Wallace, 1814-1891
Fifty years with the gun and rod, including tables showing the velocity, distance, penetration or effect of shot, calculated by Leonard Case, esq., gun trails, by the Chicago field: how and where to "hold," etc., by D. W. Cross. Cleveland, O., Short & Forman, Printers. 1880. 138 p. incl. illus., tables. 20 cm.

Crowe, John, 1906
The book of trout lore,
New York, A.S. Barnes & company [1947]
XII p., 1 l., 233 p. incl. front., illus. 23.5cm.

Curiosities of entomology
With beautifully-coloured illustrations, from drawing by eminent artist.
London, Groombridge and sons [1871]
64 p. col. front., illus., col. Plates. 22 cm
Cover title: Curiosities of entomology and ornithology.

Cutliffe, H. C.
The art of trout fishing on rapid streams: comprising a complete system of fishing the North Devon streams and their like: with detailed instructions in the art of fishing with the artificial fly, the natural fly, the fern web, beetle, maggot, worm, and minnow, both natural and artificial. ...
London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1883. 212 p. table.

Dale, Thomas F.
The eight Duke of Beaufort and the Badminton hunt, with a sketch of the rise of the Somerset family; ...
Westminster, Archibald Constable and co., ltd., 1901
xii, 290 p. incl. plates, ports., maps. front. (port.) 22.5 cm

Dance, Charles, 1794-1863
Izaak Walton; a drama, in four parts, Moonlight---Sunrise---Noon---and Sunset, By Charles Dance, Esq., ... as performed at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Correctly printed from the prompter's copy ... Splendidly illustrated with an etching, by Pierce Egan ...
London, Chapman and Hall [1839] 42 p. front.

Daniel, William Barker, 1753?-1833
Rural sports, by the Rev. Wm. B. Daniel ...
[London] Published by Bunny & Gold [1801-02]
2V in 3. fronts., plates.

Davy, Sir Humphry, bart. 1778-1829.
Salmonia: or days of fly fishing. In a series of conversations. With some account of the habits of fishes belonging to the genus Salmo. By an Angler.
London, John Murray, 1828.
273 p. front. (port.) vignettes.

Dawson, George, 1813-1883.
George Dawson, a memoir.
[Albany, New York Albany Evening Journal, 1883] 47 p. front. (port)
Introduction to and reprint of a memoir to George Dawson, prepared by a committee of friends and originally published in the Albany Evening Journal, February 17, 1883.
Inscribed by the author wife Mrs. Geo. Dawson

Dawson, George, 1813-1883
Pleasures of angling with rod and reel for trout and salmon. ...
New York, Sheldon & co., 1876. 264 p. front . 3 pl.

Dawson, Kenneth
Marsh & mudflat. Illustrated from original dry-point and etchings by Winifred Austen, R. E. London, Country life limited; New York, C. Scribner's sons [1931] 99 p. front., plates.

Day, Francis, 1829-1889
British and Irish Salmonidae. ... London [etc.] Williams and Norgate, 1887. 298 p. illus., 12 pl. (part col.)

Dennys John d. 1609
The secrets of angling. By John Dennys Esquire. 1613. A reprint, with an introduction, by Thomas Westwood.
London, W. Satchell & co., 1883. 62 p. facsimile.
With reprint of original t.-p.: The secrets of angling: teaching, the choisest tooles baytes and seasons, for the taking of any fish, in pond or riuer: practiced and familiarly opened in three books. By I.D. Esquire.

Dennys John d. 1609
The secrets of angling: teaching the choicest tools, baits, and seasons, for the taking of any fish in pond or river, practiced and familiarly opened in three books, by J.D., Esquire. Edited by "Piscator"... Edinburgh, Privately printed 1885.
2v. in 1
"This edition is limited to 275 small-paper copies and 75 large-paper copies." A reprint of the 1613 edition with footnotes and an appendix by the editor. At head of title: Biblioteca curiosa. Uncut pages

Dennys John d
The secret of angling, sings himself I.D. there are two editions. T.-p. of first edition 1613 reproduced in Turrel, p. 43.
Two volumes, library owns two set one being bound in quarter leather.

Deward, George Albemarle Bertie, 1862-
Life and sport in Hampshire ... with 2 coloured plates by A. Thorburn 4 photogravure plates and illustrations from photographs...
London, Longmans, Green, and co., 1908.
274 p. col, front. 13 pl. ( 1 col.)

Dixon, Fitz Eugene
Sporting and colored plate books illustrated by Henry Alken, Thomas Rowlandson, Edward Orme and other famous artists, with many superb original drawing, the ... collection of Fitz Eugene Dixon ... to be dispersed at public sale ... January 6 and 7 [1937] ... by his order.
New York, American art association, Anderson galleries, inc., 1937.
115p. front. (port.) illus. plates books... [1937]

Dorrance, Charles
With Ball and Chain or Reliability on the Rails [illustrated by "Little Frank" Wright] 18p. [N.P. : The author?, 1940?]
Inscribed on the cover to Franklin Lord from "No Fish Dorrance" (i.e. Charles Dorrance) dated Syosset 8/16/55.

Duchartre, Pierre Louis
LA chasse, avant-propos de Jean de la varende commentaire de P.L. Duchartre. [Paris: Gallimard] La Galarie Pittoreque contain 126 illustrations

Dunne, John William, 1875-
Sunshine and the dry fly.,
London, A. & C. Black, ltd., 1924. V. 136 p. illus 19.5cm

Eardley-Wilmot, Sir John Eardley, bart., 1810-1892.
Reminiscences of the late Thomas Assheton Smith, Esq.; or The pursuits of an English country gentleman. ... A new and revised edition ...
London, Chatto and Windus [1862] 212p.
front. (port.) illus., plates (some colored)

Eberhart, Alvin George, 1847-
...Everything about dogs; ed. And comp. ... Containing, in addition to personal experience, the best methods of Dalziel, Youatt, Sewell, Dent, Glover and Clayton ... [2d. ed.] Camp Dennison, O.,
The Eberhart Kennels, 1902. [3]-282 p. illus. 22.5cm.
Advertising matter: p. 240-282

Edgeworth, Richard Lovell 1744-1817
Essay on Irish bulls. By Richard Edgeworth and Maria Edgeworth ...
New-York, Printed for Thomas S. Arden, 1803. 240 p.
Envelop tip-in by owner (Harry Worcester Smith) with written descriptions by Smith on the face the envelop.

Edmonds, Harfiled H.
Brook and river trouting: a manual of modern north country methods, with coloured illustrations of flies and fly-dressing materials, by Harfield H. Edmonds and Norman N. Lee. Breadford, The author [1916] 106 p. front., plates (part col)

Edward Of Norwich, 2d duke of New York, 1373?-1415.
The master of game, second duke of York: the oldest English book on hunting: ed. By Wm. A. and F. Baillie-Grohman, with a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. London, Chatto & Windus, 1909. 302 p. 24 plates incl. front.
"Written between the years 1406 and 1413 by Edward, second Duke of New York ... The greater part ... is a careful ... translation from ... Count Gaston de Foix's Livre de chasse ..." Edward added five original chapters on English hunting.

Ellis, Sir Henry 1777-1869
Bibliotheca Piseatoria, a catalogue of books upon angling
London [W. Pickering] 1836. 40 p. 1 illus. 20.5 cm.
William pickering's enlargement of sir Henry Ellis's A Catalogue of books on angling, 1811. Issued also as an appendix to Thomas Boosey's Piseatorial reminiscences... Interleaved; with manuscript addenda & corrections by the editor

Encyclopédie
Canine Prisma; publiée sous la direction de G.M. Villenave avec ;a collaboration du Dr. Edmond Dechambre, de Ronan de Kermadec [et] du Dr. Maurice Luquet. Paris, Éditions Prisma [1955] 289 p. illus 22 cm. t.-p. lacking p.24-29 lacking

The experience of a game preserver
By "Deadfall" of "The Field." London, H. Cox, 1868 155 p.

Fairfax, Thomas
The Complete sportsman; or, Country gentleman's recreation containing the whole arts of breeding and managing game cocks...:together with several other equally curious articles to numerous to be mentioned in this title page
London: Printed for J. Cooke

Farson, James Scott Negley, 1890-
Going fishing. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. New York, Harcourt, Brace and company, [1943]. 7 p. l., 3-148 p. (front.), illus. "First American edition."

Fearing, Daniel Butler 1859-
[Books on angling, fish and fisheries in library of Daniel B. Fearing, 1899] 222 p. From the library of Fearing with his book plates: "Daniel. B. Fearing New Port R.I." Mimeographed, bound.
From the library of Fearing with book plate: "Daniel B Fearing New Port R.I." library copy contain the author original book plate attach to front end paper.

Fearing, Daniel Butler 1859-1918
A catalogue of an exhibition of angling book plates forming the collection of Daniel B. Fearing, Newport, R. I.
New York, Privately printed, 1918. 84 p. front .
"The De Vinne press certifies that this copy is one of an edition of five hundred, printed from type, in June, 1918, for Daniel B. Fearing..."

Fernie, Frederick
Dry-fly fishing in border waters... with an introduction by J. Cuthbert Hadden. London, Adam and Charles Black, 1912. 136 p. front. Illus.

Field, Henry Martyn, 1822-1907
The story of the Atlantic telegraph, ...
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1892. 415 p. front. (port.) illus.
A new edition of the author's History of the Atlantic telegraph.

Fifty leaders of British Sport:
A series of portraits by Ernest C. Elliott (of Elliott and Fry) with biographical notes and preface by F.G. Alflalo.
London & New York, John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1904. 146 p. 50 pl.

First Editions, Americana Sporting Books etc. etc. The collection of the late Williams Edwards Applegate, Jr. New Orleans. At unrestricted Public Auction. Thursday, September 15th 1949. ... Friday, September 16th 1949...
New York: Swam Auction Galleries [1949]

Fitzgibbon, Edward 1803-1857
A handbook of angling: teaching fly-fishing, trolling, bottom-fishing, and salmon-fishing; with the natural history of river fish, and the best modes of catching them. By Ephemera [pseud.] 2d ed., impr. And extended. London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1848. 361 p. illus.

Fitzgibbon, Edward 1803-1857
A handbook of angling: teaching fly-fishing, trolling, bottom-fishing, and salmon-fishing. With natural history of river fish, and the best modes of catching them. By Ephemera [pseud.] ... 4th ed. London, Longmans, Green and co., 1865. 312p. front., illus.

Five centuries of sporting: Hunting, Racing, Shooting, Falconry, Riding, Cock-Fighting, Fox-Hunting, Coursing, Angling Coaching. Rare American sporting periodicals First Editions in original part. The Distinguished collection formed by the late Alfred B. Maclay ... Public Auction Sale. April 10, 11, at 2 and 8:15pm
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1945.

Fly-fisher's club, London
The book of the Flyfishers club, 1884-1934 [Croydon, Croydon advertiser printing works, 1934] 5p. l., [11] -93 p. col. front., illus., plates. 25.5 cm. On cover: Flyfishers club, 1884-1934.

The Fly Fishers' Club, London
Our housing warming. An account of the proceeding on faking possession of our New Rooms, July 12th 1888, with two illustrations and prefatory poem by Cotswold ISYS ... edited by C.H.C.
London: The Fly-Fishers' Club 1888.

Flyfisher's club, London
Journal. v.l. no.l- April, 1911- London. v. Illus. v. 1-5; April 1911- Winter 1921-22. v. 11-32; Spring 1922-Autunm 1943. v. 40-47 1951-1958. v. 33-39 Spring 1944-Winter 1950.

Flyfisher's club, London
Library catalogue, 1935. Prepared by Eric Taverner and Douglas Services. London, Seeley, Service & co., ltd. [1935] 37 p. illus.

Foote, John Taintor, 1881-
Pocono shot; a dog story,
New York, London, D. Appleton and co., 1924. 142 p.

Forbes, Edward, 1815-1854
A history of British start-fishes, and other animals of the class Echinodermata.
... London, John Van Voorst, 1841. 267 p. illus.

Francis, Francis, 1822-1886
A book on angling, being a complete treatise on the art of angling in every branch with explanatory plates, etc. ... 6th ed., rev. and impr. London, Longmans, Green, and co., 1885. 520 p. front. (port.) 16 pl. incl. 6 col.

Francis, Francis, 1822-1886
By lake and river: an angler's rambles in the north of England and Scotland. ... London, "The Field" office, 1874. 415 p.

Francis, Francis, 1822-1886
Sporting sketches with pen and pencil. By Francis Francis and A.W. Cooper. London, "The Field" office, 1878. 176p. illus., plates. Illustrations "Engraved by Edmund Evans."

Francis, Francis, 1822-1886
Fish-culture: a practical guide to the modern system of breeding and rearing fish. ... London, New York, Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1863.
267 p. front., illus. Francis Francis with numerous illustrations

Francis, Francies, 1822-1886
Newton Dogvane; a story of English country life. ... With illustrations by John Leech. London, Spencer Blackett, n.d. 368 p. plates incl. front. First published in 1859 in a three volume edition.

Francis, Henry R.
The fly-fisher and his library. (In Cambridge essay, contributed by members of the University, 1856. London, J. W. Parker and son, 1856, p [233]-260)-

Frank, Richard, 1624?-1708.
Northern memories, calculated for the meridian of Scotland; to which is added, The contemplative and practical angler. Writ in the year 1658, ... New ed., with preface and notes. London: Edinburgh, A Constable and co. London: Edinburg: printed for Archibald and co.; Hurst Robinson and co. 1821. 377 p. Includes reproduction of original title-page, London, 1694.
From the library of A John Wilson with his fishing motif and book plate because of his sporting including fishing proclivity this mostly likely the Scottish poet and essayist (1785-1854) who pseudonym was Christopher North.

Frank, Richard, 1624?-1708
Northern memories, calculated for the meridian of Scotland ... Together with choice collections of various discoveries, remarkable observations... Added, the contemplative & practical angler ... With a narrative of that ... art experimented in England, and perfected in more remote and solitary parts of Scotland. By way of dialogue. Writ in the year 1658, but not till now made publick, by Richard Franck... London, Printed for the author, sold by H. Mortclock, 1694.
XXXIX, 304p. 17cm.

Fraser, Duncan
Angling song from borderstreams ...
Selkirk, James Lewis, 1907. 88p. illus. front.

Free, James Lamb
Training your retriever. New York, Coward-McCann [1949] XIV, 236p. illus. 21cm.

Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
The complete fisherman - (Illustrated) by Walter M. Gallichan.
London, T. Werner Laurie, 1907. 215 p.

Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
Fishing and travel in Spain; a guide to the angler. By Walter M. Gallichan ("Geoffrey Mortimer") ...
London, F. E. Robinson & co., 1904. 227 p. 8 pl. incl. front.

Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
Fishing in Derbyshire and around ('Geoffrey Mortimer') London, F.E. Robinson & co., 1905. 184 p. front. (map)
Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
Fishing in Wales; guide to the angle by Walter M. Gallichan (Geoffrey Mortimer)... London, F.E. Robinson & co., 1903. 204p. front. (port.)

Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
The happy fisherman, by Walter Walter Gallichan. Illustrated. London, Heath Cranton, limited, 1926. 221p. illus.

Gallichan, Walter Matthew, 1861-
The trout waters of England; a practical guide to the fisherman for sea trout, brown trout, and grayling ... Edinburg & London T. N. Foulis, 1908. 160p. illus. front. (double col. pl.)

Games and gamesters of restoration:
The compleat gamester, by Charles Cotton, 1674, and Lives of the gamesters, by Theophilus Lucas, 1714; with an introduction by Cyril Hughes Hartmann ... London, George Routledge and sons, ltd. [1930] XXX, 281, [1] p. plate. 22.5cm. ( The English library, ed. by J. Isaacs) With reproductions of original title-pages. The compleat Gamester, ascribed to Charles Cotton, was published anonymously.

Gathorne-Hardy, Hon. Alfred Erskine, 1845-
Autums in Argyleshire with rod & gun. With illustrations by Archibald Thorburn. New ed. London, New York, Bombay Longmans, Green, and co., 1901.
XV, 228p. 8pl. (incl. front.) 20.5cm.
"Most of the following sketches were originally published in the National review and the Badmonton magazine, and in a special Christmas number of Rob gun." Pref.

Gathorne-Hardy, Hon. Alfred Erskine, 1845-
My happy hunting grounds, with notes on sport and natural history. With illustrations by G. E. Lodge, Sir Frank Lockwood, W.A. Toplis, and from photographs London, New York [etc., etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 1914. 274p. front., illus.

Gay, John, 1685-1732
Rural Sport; a georgic in two cantos... Cambridge [Mass.] University press, 1880. 27 p. "Twenty-five copies. Printed at the University press, for John Bartlett." This copy is number 11. First published in London, 1713

[Gebhard, A.L]
The compleat bluegiller. By a modern Izaack Walton. Illustrated by Russ Hilton. [Bryan Ohio: The Bryan Press], 1946. First edition, Inscribe by the author and dated, January 1-1953.

Gee, Ernest R.,
bookseller, New York ... Sporting books, comprising angling, big games, fox-hunting, horses and horsemanship, shooting, first editions of Surtees and and Nimrod, also many miscellaneous volumes on various sports. New York, Ernest R. Gee, 1933? 39p. front.

Gee, Ernest Richard, 1878-
The sportsman's library, being a descriptive list of the most important books on sport, compiled by Ernest R. Gee ... New York, R. R. Bowker co., 1940. XIX, 158p. front., pl., facsims. 23.5cm. "Printed in a limited edition of six hundred copies."

The Gentleman's Magazine.
London, printed by E. Cave at St. John's Gate... 173 - ed.: Sylvanus Urban. Library has only v. 8, Jan-Dec., 1738. Title-page for January lacking.

Gibbs, Joseph Arthur, 1867-1899
A Cotswold village or country life and pursuits in Gloucestershire ... With illustrations. London. John Murray, 1923 (c.1909) 431 p. front. (port.) plates. "third edition." ("Popular edition" May 1909"

Gill, Emlyn Metcalf, 1862-
Practical dry-fly, New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1922 (c1912) xvii, 216p. illus., diagrs. 19cm.

[Glover, Richard]
Angler's strange experiences, a whimsical medley, and an of-fish-all record without a-bridge-ment; by Cotswold Isys. pseud. London, S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1883 ixvi, 100pp. illus, (front.)
Pictorial cover showing two fisherman on a boat.

Goodspeed, Charles Eliot, 1867
Angling in America; it early history and literature, ... Boston, Houghton Mifflin company, 1939. xiii, [1] p. front., 1 illus., plates, ports., facisms. 26.5cm. "This edition consist of seven hundred and ninety-five autographed copies of which seven hundred and fifty are numbered and for sale ... This is no. 603.

Goodspeed, Charles Eliot, 1867
A treasury of fishing stories, compiled by Charles Eliot Goodspeed; illustrated by Everett Ward. New York, A.S. Barnes and company [1946] xviii, 600p. 26cm.

Gordon, Theodore, 1854-1915
The complete fly fisherman; the notes and letters of Theodore Gordon, ed. with an introd. by John McDonald. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons; London, Charles Scribner's Sons, lmt, 1947. 1947. xxix, 551p. illus. 25cm.

Grand, Gordon
Colonel weatherford's young entry. Being an account of the South Dorchester Ratters and other genteel diversions suitable for children. Illustrated by Paul Brown. New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935

Grand, Gordon
The Millbeck Hounds; A Collection of hunting stories. With illustrations by Eleanor Iselin Mason. Foreword by W. Plunket Stewart. New York: Charles Scribner 's sons;London Charles Scribner's sons, ltd 1947.

Green, Seth, 1817-1888
Home fishing and home waters. A practical treatise on fish culture ... New York, Orange Judd & co., 1888. 81p.

Gregg, Ellery Clark, 1899
How to tie flies by E.C. Gregg. Drawing and photographs by the author. New York, A.S. x, 83p. illus., 2pl. on 11. diagr.

Grenfell, Sir Wilfred Thomason, 1865-1940
The harvest of the sea; a tale of both sides of the Atlantic ... New York [etc.], [etc.] F.H. Revell, [c1905.] 162p. illus.
Grey, Edward Grey, 1st viscount, 1862-1933
Fallodon paper, by Viscount Grey of Fallodon, K.G. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company, 1926. [The riverside press Cambridge]. V, [1] p., l., 168, [2]p. front., illus. 20.5cm.

Grey, Edward Grey, 1st viscount, 1862-1933
Fly fishing, London, J.M. Dent & co., 1919. XIII p.; 2 1., 3-276 p. front., illus., 6pl. (2col.) 19.5cm. (Half-title: The Haddon hall library) Illustrated lining-papers "First edition, April 1899... Reprinted August 1919." Library has first edition.

Grey, Edward Grey, 1st Viscount, 1862-1933
Flying fishing, by Sir Edward Grey.[lustrated] London: J M Dent & Co., 1899. 1st edition. On cover : The Haddon Hall Library.

Grey, Edward Grey, 1st viscount, 1862-1933
Recreation, by Viscount Grey of Fallodon, K.G. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company, 1920. 3p. 1., [3]-43, [1]p. 20cm.

Grey, Edward Grey, 1st viscount, 1862-1933
Twenty-five years, 1892-1916. by Viscount Grey of Fallodon, K.G. with thirty-two illustrations from photographs... New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, 1925. 2V. front.,plates, port., facsim. 24.5cm

Grinnell, George Bird 1849-1938
American duck shooting. ... With fifty-eight portraits of North American swans, geese and ducks by Edwin Sheppard and numerous vignettes in the text by Wilmot Townsend. New York, Forest and stream publishing co. [1901] 623p. front., illus., plates.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
The Cascapedia Club. Compliments of F. Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass., The Plimpton press] 1920. 27p. front. Illus., map.
"Privately printed."

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Clipper ships and yachts. New York, Dutton's 1927. 11p. l., 25-225 p. incl. col. Plates. front., plates. 20.5cm. "Of this volume 300 copies have been printed by the Plimton press, of which 250 copies are for sales. Inscribed by the author and dated 1927.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Fish facts and fancies, volume II. Norwood, Mass., The Plimpton Press Privately printed 1925. 102 p. front., illus. Cover title has: Recollection of Frank Gray Griswold. Inscribe by the author by the author Franklin B. Lord dated 1926.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
The horse and buggy days, [New York] Priv. print. [Norwood, Mass., Plimpton press] 1936. 6p. 1., 160p., 1 l. front. (port.) 19.5cm. "Limited to one hundred and fifty copies."

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Horse and hounds, recollections of Frank Gray Griswold. New York, Dutton's 1926. V p., 2 l., 3-275 p. col. front., plates. 19.5cm. "Three hundred copies of this volume have been made by the Plimpton press, Norwood, Mass., U.S.A., of which two hundred and fifty only are for sales. The type has been distributed." Inscribe by the author and date 1936. inserted in an envelope two letters (two pages each) written sing by the author on his letter head. Addressed to Harry Worcester Smith and date Aug. 1926, and Jan. 17, 19-? Inscribed by Griswold and dated 1926, loosely inserted. "Frank Gray Griswold's Sport Book" by Harry Worcester Smith. From The Spur. March 1, 1927.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
The International polo cup, New York, Duttons, inc., 1928. 5p. l., 3-107p. front., pl., 19.5cm. "This edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies." Inserted by the author. Inserted with in a envelope an article of polo, "How The Matches Began..." by F. Grey Griswold and dated Sept 1930. Also inserted "The Head Quarter Of English..." by David Livingston-Learmonth from the illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, May 21, 1937. attach to the from end-paper it's a New York Times photograph of a presentation of International Polo Cup to American team and dated July 3, 1936.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
The life-history of the Canadian salmon salmo salar [Norwood, Mass., Plimpton press] 1929. 95 p. map., illus. "Privately printed." Sing by author and note by him of the half-title page "For Propaganda in Canada."

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Observation on a salmon river. Compliments of F. Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass.] Privately printed [Plimpton press] 1921. 52p. front. (map) illus. Inserted in an envelope attach in the book its one page note written and sign by the author in his letter head; a review of "Observation on a Salmon River" by F. G. G. reprinted from The Field," London, December 30, 1927; New York Times article "Salmon Fishing Costs Rise in New Brunswick Reserves, dated March 27, 1927. inscribed by the author dated 1921.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Observations on a salmon river. Compliments of F. Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass., The Plimpton press] 1922. 159p. front. (map) illus. "Privately printed." Loosely inserted a letter by the author, written and sign by the author, dated January 17, 19-? Inscribed by the author and dated 1922.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Plantation days, by "Anthony Ashley, Jr." (F. Gray Griswold) [Norwood, Mass.] Priv. print. [Plimpton press] 1935. IX, 116p., 1 l. 19.5cm. Sing by the author.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Race horses and racing; recollections of Frank Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass., The Plimpton press] 1925. 216 p. col. front., illus. "Privately printed." Inserted in attach envelope in book "on page 10" a Wall Street Journal article Sept 13, 1929. 'With Sportmen Affield an Afloat." Newspaper review of this book attach to the end-paper. Inscribed by author and dated 1925.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Salmon score of F. Gray Griswold for ten seasons 1920-1929. Grand Cascapedia River, Canada, 1929, [Privately printed, 1929?] unpaged. Sing by the author. This pamphlet place in cloth folder.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Some fish and some fishing. With illustrations from photographs. New York, John Lane co., London, John Lane, The Bodley Head, tld., 1921. 251p. front. (port.) plates.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Sport on land and water, recollections of Frank Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass.] Priv. print [The Plimpton press] 1913. 168p. col. front., plates, port., facsim. Some of the plates printed on both sides. Inserted on envelope in book letter (4 pages) written and sing by the author on his letter head and dated Nov. 9, 1920; type letter sing Esq. Frank G. Griswold from Harry Worcester Smith Oct. 9, 1921. Also attach in the book front end-paper a sing note to Dear Smith dated Jan 1, 19-? Inscribed by the author and dated 1913. attach Newspaper notice of Griswold dead dated April 3, 1937.

Griswold, Frank Gray, 1854-1937
Stolen Kisses; recollections of Frank Gray Griswold. [Norwood, Mass.] Priv. print. [The Plimpton press] 1914. 6p. l., [3]-143, [1] p. front., plates, facsim. 19.5cm. in attach envelope is an article on Fox Hunting, inscribed by the author and dated 1914.

Grolier club, New York
Six hundred years of sport; a catalogue of an exhibition held at the Grolier club, December 12, 1940, through February 4, 1941. New York, The Grolier club, 1940. IX, 37p. incl. front. 22cm. "One of an edition of five hundred copies, orinted by D.B. Updike, the Merrymount press."

Guest William, 1818-1891
Stephen Grellet. By William Guest F.G.S. Philadelphia, Elizabeth P. Smith, 1913. 246p. front. (port.) pl. On cover: Men worth remembering.

Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, 1864-
The happy fisherman, by Stephen Gwynn; illus. by Ron Beddington. London, Country life, ltd. New York, C. Scribner's sons [1936] 143p. illus. XV plates.

H.H.W.
Quiet waters: Essays on the same streams of Scotland. ... Paisley, J. and R. parlance, 1884. 176p.

Haig-Brown, Roderick Langmere Haig, 1908-
A river never sleeps, illustrated by Louis Darling. New York, W. Morrow & company, 1946. vii, 352p. illus., plates. 22cm.

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
An angler's autobiography, ... with an introduction by William Senior ... London, Vinton &co., ltd., 1903. 286 p. front. (port) illus., xviii plates. (The Halford dry-fly series, v. 4)

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
Dry fly entomology, a brief description of leading types of natural insects serving as food for trout & grayling with the 100 best patterns of floating flies and the various methods of dressing them, by Frederic M. Halford ... London, Vinton & co., limited, 1879. 314p. illus., XXVIII pl. (part col.) mounted specimens. 29cm.

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
Dry-fly fishing in theory and practice ... London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, ltd., St. Dunstan's house, 1889. 289p. XXV pl. (part col.)

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
The dry-fly man's handbook; a complete manual, including The fisherman's entomology and The making and management of a fishery. ... London, G. Routledge & sons, ltd. [1913] 416p. 43 plates. Illus., diagrs.

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
Floating flies and how to dress them; a treatise on the most modern methods of dressing artificial flies for trout and grayling, with full illustrated directions and containing ninety hand-coloured engraving of the most killing patterns, together with a few hints to dry-fly fishermen, ... London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1886. 136p. 10 col. pl., illus.

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
Making a fishery. ... London, H. Cox, 1895. 212p. front. (port.) illus.

Halford, Frederic Michael, 1844-1914
Modern development of the dry fly, the new dry fly patterns, the manipulation of dressing them and practical experiences of their use. ...London, G. Routledge and sons [1910] 219 p. front. (port.) illus., plates (part col.)

Hall, Henry Marion, 1877-1963
Full creel. Illustrated by Ralph Ray, Jr. New York, London, [etc.] Longmans, Green & co., 1946. X, 181 p. col. front., illus.

Hall, Henry Marion, 1877-
Idylls of fishermen; a history of the literary species. ... New York: The Columbia University Press 1912. 1912. XI, 217p. 18cm. (half-title: Columbia university studies in comparative literature. This monograph has been approved by the department of English and Comparative literature. In Columbia University as a contribution to knowledge worthy of publication. A. H. Thordike.

Hall, Peter
The "Thames" jolly angler, being a complete guide to the best fishing grounds on the Thames and its tributares [sic] ... Pentonville, Peter Hall, n. d. ca. 1870? 21p. illus. t.-p. in three-fourth bound in original font and back cover.

Hallock, Charles, 1834-1917
The fishing tourist. ... New York, Harper & Brothers, 1873. 239p. incl. front., illus.

Hallock, Charles, 1834-1917
Our new Alaska; or, The Seward purchase Vindicated. ... illustrated from sketches by T. J. Richardson. New York, Forest and stream publishing co., 1886. 209p. incl. illus., plates, front., fold. Map.

Hallock, Charles, 1834-1917
The salmon fisher. New York, The Harris publishing co., 1890. 126p. incl. front.

Hallock, Charles, 1834-1917
The sportsman's gazetteer and general guide. The game animals, birds and fishes of North America: their habits and various methods of capture. Copious instructions in shooting, fishing, taxidermy, woodcraft, etc. Together with a directory to the principal games resort of the country; illustrated with maps. ... New York, "Forest and stream" publishing co., 1877. 688, 208p. front. (port.) 2 fold. maps. " owner's signature on title page dated Sept. 28/77" attached to the book there is a commercial card advertising "Duck, Goose, Partridge and Snipe Shooting"

Hamilton, Edwards, M.D.
Recollections of fly fishing for salmon, trout, and grayling, with notes on their haunts, habits, and history. ... Illustrated by mezzotint engraving by Francis Seymour Haden, and other woodcuts. New York, Orange Judd co., 1885. 190p. engr. front., plates. Loosely placed drawing of a river scene.

Hamilton, Edwards, M.D.
The river-side naturalist. Noted on the various forms of life met with either in, on or by the water, or in its immediate vicinity, illustrated with numerous woodcuts. London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, ltd., 1890. 401p. engrs., vignettes.

Hamilton, John Potter, 1777 or 8-1873
Reminiscences of an old sportsman, by Colonel J. P. Hamilton ... London, Longman, Green, Longman and Robert, 1860. 2v. in l. front., 5pl.

Hamilton, John Potter, 1777 or 8-1873.
Reminiscence of an old sportsman, by Colonel J. P. Hamilton... London, Longman, Green, Longman and Robert,1860. 2v. front., 5pl. both volumes are inscribed James Martin Bullock "from his affectionate father" dated 24th Dec. 1862

Hampton, John Fitzgerald
Modern angling bibliography; books published on angling, fisheries, fish culture, from 1881 to 1945. London, H. Jenkins [1947] 99p. 19cm

Hanks, Stedman Shumway, 1889
Le barozoÏ, le plus noble des lévriers. Traduit de l'américain per Elisabeth Janvier et Brigitte Chabrol. [Paris] Oliver Perring [1960] [80] p. incl. plates and some unnumbered p.

Hanks, Stedman Shumway,
Le barozoÏ, le plus noble des lévriers. Traduit de l'américain per Elisabeth Janvier et Brigitte Chabrol. [Paris] Oliver Perring [1960] [80] p. incl. plates and some unnumbered p. [1960?]

Harewood, Harry, pseud?
A dictionary of sports; or, Companion to the field, the forest, and the river side. Containing explanations of every term applicable to racing, shooting, hunting, fishing, hawking, archery, etc. etc. with essays upon all national amusements ... London, Printed for Thomas tegg and son [etc., etc.] 1835. 365p. illus.

Harrison, George
Two months in Brittany with my knapsack and fly rod. ... London, Bermrose and sons [1868?] 61p. front (fold. map.)

[Hawes, William Post] 1803-1841
Sporting scene and sundry sketches; being the miscellaneous writings of J. Cypress, Jr. [pseud.] Edited by Frank Forester [pseud.] New York, Gould, Bank & co., 1842 2v. engr. Plates, some folded. "Memoir of Wm. P. Hawes. To the memory of Cypress": vol. 1, p. [1]-14 In close in owner slip case.

Hawker, Peter, 1786-1853
The diary of Colonel Peter Hawker. ... 1802-1853. With an introduction by Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey, bart. With illustrations ... London and New York, Longmans, Green, and co., 1893. 2v. front. (ports.) 8pl. 23cm.

Hawker, Peter, 1786-1853
Instructions to young sportsmen on the choice care, and management of guns; hints for the preservation of game; directions for shooting wildfowl; &c. &c. &c. with a concise abridgment of the principal game laws. By P. Hawker, esq. The second edition, with explanatory plates, considerably enlarged and improved. London, Printed for R. Hunter ... and J. Ridgway and sons, 1816. 324p. plates, incl. col. Front.

Hawker, Peter, 1786-1853
Instructions to young sportsmen, in all that relates to guns and shooting. By Lieut. Col. P. Hawker. First American, from the ninth London edition. To which is added the hunting and shooting of North America, with descriptions of the animals and birds ... collated from authentic sources. By Wm. T. Porter ... Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, 1846. 495p. front., illus., plates.

Hayes, Matthew Horace, 1842-
Stable management and exercise; a book for horse-owners and students. ... 2d ed. London, Hurst and Blackett, limited [1909] viii, 455p. front., illus., pl. 22cm. "Second edition, revised and enlarged."

Hearder, J. N.
Hearder's guide to sea fishing and the rivers of South Devon ... Plymouth [Eng.] J.W. Skardon, Ptr., n. d. 111p. Appended to a trade list. Text follows on pp. 56-111 Original paper cover title bound in.

Heckscher, John Gerard
Catalogue of the library of the late John Gerard Heckscher ... To be sold ...February 2nd -[March 4] 1909 ... by the Merwin-Clayton sales company ... New York ... [Albany, The Argus co., 1909] 3v. in 1. 24.5cm. preface signed: Henry Thorpe ("Walton")

Henderson, William, 1813?
My life as an angler. ... With Woodbury portrait and sixty-seven woodcuts engraved by Edmund Evans, from drawing by C. Burlison, A. W. Cooper ...and other artists. London, W. Satchell, Peyton & co., 1879. 312p. front. (port.) illus., plates. A commercial reprinted of note and reminiscence of my life as an angler which was private printed in 1876.

Henderson, William, 1813?
Notes and reminiscence of my life as an angler, ... With an appendix containing a description of the caves of Adelsberg and the Proteus Anguinus ... Illustrations by Clement Burlison, engraved by Edmund Evans ... London, Printed by Spottiswoode & co., 1876. 324p. front. (port.) plates. "For private circulation only." Title on spine: "My life as angler."

Henshall, James Alexander, 1884-1925
Book of the black bass, ... New ed., rev. and re-written... Fully illustrated Cincinnati, Stewart Kidd company [1923] 548p. (front.), illus., plates (part col.) ports. "New edition revised and rewritten"

Henshall, James Alexandre,1844-1925
Favorite fish and fishing, ...New York, The Outing publishing co., 1908. 192p. front., 32pl.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
American game in its seasons. ... Illustrated from nature, and on wood, by the author. New York, C. Scribner, 1853. 343p. front., plates. On spine: "Game in its seasons." F. Forester. (pseudo. Herbert, William)

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Complete manual for young sportsmen: with directions for handling the gun, the rifle, and the rod; the art of shooting on the wing; the breaking, management and hunting of the dog; the varieties and habits of game; river, lake, and sea fishing, etc., etc., etc. Prepared for the instruction and use of the youth of America. By Frank Forester [pseud.] New York, Stringer & Townsend, 1856. 480p. front. Illus.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
The fair Puritan; an historical romance of the days of witchcraft. By Henry William Herbert (Frank Forester") ... Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1875. 222p.

[Herbert, Henry William,] 1807-1858
Field sports in the United States and the British provinces of America by Frank Forester [pseud.] London, R. Bentley, 1848. 2v.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Fishing with hook and line: a manual for amateur anglers. Containing also descriptions of popular fishes, and their habits, preparation of baits, &c. &c. By Frank Forrester [pseud] New York, T. O'Kane [1870?] 64p. front., illus., 7pl. 18.5cm.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Frank Forester's Field sports of the United States, and British provinces, of North America ... New edition, containing numerous corrections and editions, with illustrations from nature, and a brief memoir of the author. New York, W.A. Townsend & co., 1860. 2v. front. (v. l, port.) illus., plates. "Eighth edition." This edition is a revision of the 1849 edition, c1848.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Frank Forester's Field sports of the United States, and British provinces, of North America ... New-York, Stringer & Townsend (Late Burgess, Stringer & co.,) 1849, c1848. 2v. fronts. plates.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Frank Forester's fish and fishing of the United States and British provinces of North America. London, R. Bentley, 1849. 455p. illus., plates. Illustrated from nature by the author.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
[Supplement to] Frank Forester's Fish and fishing of the United States and British Provinces of North America. By William Henry Herbert [sic] ... New-York, Stringer & Townsend, 1850. 86p. col. front., illus.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Frank Forester's Fish and fishing of the United States and British provinces of North America. Illustrated from nature, ... New ed., rev. and cor., with an ample supplement by the author, together with a treatise on Fly-fishing, by "Dinks" [pseudonym] of Jonathan Peel New York, G . E. Woodward [c.1859] xxiv, [17]-512p. front., illus., plates. 20cm

Herbert, H.W.
Frank Forester's fish and fishing of the United States and British provinces of North America... Illustrated from nature by Henry William Herbert. New edition, revised and corrected with an ample supplement by the author. Together with a treatise on Fly-Fishing, by "Dinks" [pseud.] New York: W.A. Town and publisher 1866.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Frank Forester's sporting scene and characters. Containing full remarks on all kinds of English and America shooting, game, and all kinds of sporting. ... With numerous illustrations, from original designs by Darley. Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson & bros. [1857] 2v. front. Plates. Each tale has its own t.-p.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Hints to horse-keepers, a complete manual for horsemen ... and chapters on mules and ponies. With additions, including "Baucher's system of horsemanship;" also, giving directions for the selection and care of carriages and harness of every description, and a memoir of the author ... New York, Orange Judd & co., [c. 1859] 425p. front., illus., plates.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
The Hitchcock edition of Frank Forest [pseud. New York, Derrydale Press, 1930] 4v. plates. 25cm. "sporting novels." Each vol. has special t.p.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Life and writings of Frank Forester (Henry William Herbert) Edited by David W. Judd ...Illustrated London, Frederick Warne &co., 1882? 2v. in l. fronts. (v.1, port.) plates.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Poems of "Frank Forester" (Henry William Herbery) Collected and ed. by Morgan Herbert. New York, J. Wiley & sons, 1888. XXV, [2], 251p. 4pl. 6port. (incl. front.) 31cm. Owner book plate: "H.M. Herbert"

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
The sportsman's vade mecum. By "Dinks," edited by Frank Forester [pseudo.]
Containing full instructions in all that relates to the breeding, rearing, breaking, kennelling and conditioning of dogs; together with ... receipts for treatment of the various diseases to which the canine race is subject. As also a few remarks on guns ... designed expressly for the use of young sportsmen. New York, Stringer & Townsend, 1850 62p. 4pl. incl. front. "Dinks," pseudonym of Jonathan peel; Frank Forester, pseudo. of H.W. Herbert. Cover reads: Dinks on dogs. Ed. by Frank Forester.

Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858
Trouting along the Catasauqua. By Frank Forester [pseudo.] With a foreword by Harry Worcester Smith, founder of the memorial to Frank Forester. Frontispiece by Gordon Ross. New York, Priv. printed by Eugene V. Connett for The Anglers' club of New 1927. 41p. front. (port.) "There have been 423 copies ... printed of which this is no. 81."

Hewitt, Edward Ringwood, 1886-
Secret of the salmon, with illustrations from photographs and drawing by the author. New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, 1925. xvii, 159p. front., illus., plates 21cm. "Second edition."

Hewitt, Edward Ringwood, 1886-
Telling on the trout ... With illustrations from photographs and drawing by the author. New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, 1926. 106p. front. (port.) illus., plates, diagrs. Inscribed by Franklin Lord by the author.

Hewitt, Edward Ringwood, 1886-
A trout and salmon fisherman for seventy-five years. New York, C. Scribner's
Sons,1948. xxiv, 338p. illus., port. 22cm. "A new rewritten edition of both Secrets of the salmon, published in 1922, and Telling on the trout, published in 1926."

Heywood, Gerald G. P.
Charles Cotton and his river, Manchester, Sherratt and Hughes; New York, Eugene V. Connett, 1928. 191p. front., l mounted illus. (coats of arms) plates, fold. map.

Hill, Norman E
A fisherman's notes to his son. London, H. Jenkins limited [1943] 106p. front., illus., plates, ports. 19cm. "First printing."

Hills, John Walker, 1867-1938
A history of fly fishing for trout for trout, London, P.A. Allen & co., 1921. 3p. l., 244p. 22.5cm

Hills, John Walker, 1867-1938
My sporting life... London, Philip Allan & co., ltd., [1936.] 298p.

Hills, John Walker, 1867-1938
River keeper; the life of William James Lunn, New York Charles Scribner's sons 1936. [1934]. VII, 227, [1] p. front. (port.) 3pl. 22.5cm Printed in Great Britain.

Hodson, William Earl, d. 1910
Salmon fishing. With a frontispiece by Joseph Farquharson, A.R.A., a facsimile in colour of a model set of flies ... Illustration if angling scene... London, Adam and Charles Black, 1906. 314p. illus., 7col. plates.

Hofland, Thomas Christopher, 1777-1843
The British angler's manual; or, The art of angling in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland: with some account of the United Kingdom; with instructions in fly-fishing, trolling, and angling at the bottom, and more particularly for the trout. By T. C. Hofland, Esq. Embellished with numerous engravings by the author. London, Whitehead and comp. and R. Ackerman 1839. xvi, 410p. front., illus., plates. 19.5cm.

Hofland, Thomas Christopher, 1777-1843
The British angler's manual, or, The art of angling in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland with some account of the principal rivers, lakes, and trout streams, in the United Kingdom; with instruction in fly-fishing, trolling, and angling at the bottom, and more particularly for the trout. By T. C. Hofland, Esq. New ed., rev., and enl., by E. Jesse ... Embellished with numerous engravings on steel and wood, chiefly from original pictures and drawing by the author. London, H. G. Bohn, 1848. 448p. front., illus., plates.

Holden, George Parker 1869-
Streamcraft; an angling manual by Geo. Parker Holden ... profusely illustrated, including ten color-plates ... Cincinnati, Stewart & Kidd company, [c.1919.] xii p., 3 l.,3-264p. incl., front., illus., pl., diagrs. 8 col. pl. 18cm. second impression, September, 1920.

Holland, Raymond Prunty, 1884-
Shotgunning in the uplands. With a foreword by Dave Newell, and with eight reproduction of oil painting and many line drawing by Lynn Bogue Hunt ... New York, A.S. Barners and company [1944] xiv, 213p., 1 l. col. front., illus., col. plates. 20x23cm. "A Countryman press book." "First printing."

Hooper, Johnson Jones, 1815?-1863
Dog and gun; a few loose chapters on shooting. Among which will be found some anecdotes and incidents. New York, Orange Judd & co., 1856. 105p.
In a slip case with in a folder.

Hoover, Herbert Clark, press. U.S., 1874-
A remedy for disappearing game fishes, foreword by French Strother. Woodcuts by Harry Cimino. New York, Huntington press, 1930. 41p. front., illus "Of this first edition of 990 copies this is Number 780." In a slip case.

Hoppin, Augustus, 1828-1896
Ups and downs on land and water ... Boston, J.R. Osgood & co., 1871. Consistence of 48 plates, new text.

Hornaday, William Temple 1854-1937
The American natural history; a foundation of useful knowledge of the higher animals of North America. ... Illustrated by 227 original drawings by Beard, Rungius, Sawyer, and others,116 photographs, chiefly by Sanborn, Keller and Underwood, and numerous charts, maps. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1904. XXV, 449p. front., illus. 25cm.

Horowitz G. Shirley
The Murray and Shirley G. Horowitz collection of books on dogs and relate subjects comply by Shirley G. Horowitz. N.P. [1976]

Hubbs, Carl Leavitt, 1849
...Methods for improving of Michigan trout streams, by Carl L. Hubbs, John R. Greeley and Clarence M. Tarzwell ... Ann Arbor, Mich., University of Michigan Press, 1932.

Hunt, Richard Carley, 1886-
Salmon in low water. With hand-colored plates of flies, after water-colors by Edgar Burke. [New York] Private printed, The angler club of New York, 1950. 87p. 2col. plates. 26cm. 500 copies printed. This is copy number 9 in slip case.

Hunt, William Southworth
Frank Forester (Henry William Herbert) a tragedy in exile, Newark, New Jersey, The Carteret book club, 1933. ix, 128p., 2. l front. (port.) 1 illus., plates. 21cm. "Two hundred copies of this book have been printed in Bell and Oxford types on Leipsic no. 1509 handmade paper." In slip case.

Hunter, William Archibald, ed.
Fisherman's pie; an angling symposium; edited by W.A. Hunter, containing sixteen full-page illustrations from photographs and twenty-five line illustrations in the text. London, A. & C. Black, ltd., 1926. 195p. front., illus., plates.

Hunter's guide and trapper's companion.
A complete guide in all the various methods by which to capture all kinds of game, fur animals, &c. Also, full directions how to cure and tan all kinds of skins, &c., &c. Together with numerous arts, secrets, and much other valuable and interesting reading matter not to be obtained elsewhere. By an experienced woodsman. Hinsdale, N. H., Hunter & co., [c.1869.] 74p.

Hunting, shooting and fishing:
A sporting miscellany. With anecdotic chapters about horses and dogs ... London Samson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivinaton. "numerous illustrations" 1877. iv, [5]-317p. front., illus., plates. 20.5cm.

Hutchison, Horatio Gordon, 1859-
A fellowship of anglers. ... With 19 illustrations. London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 1925. 211p. front., plates.

Ingraham, Henry Andrew, 1878-
American trout streams; a discussion of the problems confronting anglers in the preservation, management and rehabilitation of American trout water. [New York] Privately. printed. for the Anglers' club of New York, 1926. xvi p., 1 l., 139p. V pl. (incl. maps) 25cm. "There have been one hundred and fifty ... printed on antique paper" this copy is number 82.

Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
The angler. An excerpt, no place, publisher or date given. Irving's Sketch Book. Pagination has: Vol. 2, 15p. pp.(237-251) and includes R-R. On p. 251 is written: This is an excerpt from Washington Irving sketch book. "Washington Irving's Sketch Book. 1821." In slip case.

Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
Irving's Sketch Book; complete edition., edited with introduction and notes by Mary E. Litchfield. Boston, New York (etc.) Ginn & company, [1901] 1p. l., xxxii, 491p. front. (port.) 19cm.

Jackson, John, of Tanfield Mill
The practical fly-fisher; more particularly for grayling or umber. London, Charles Farlow, 1854 58p. 9 hand-colored plates. The library has two copies one in original cloth bounding and the other rebound.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887
The gamekeeper at home; sketches of natural history and rural life ... New edition ... London, Smith, Elder, & co., 1887. 216p.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887
The gamekeeper at home; sketches of natural history and rural life ... New edition ... London, Smith, Elder, & co., 1889. 216p.
Jesse, Edward, 1780-1868
An angler's rambles. ... London, J. Van Voorst, 1836. 318p.

Jesse, Edward, 1780-1868
Gleanings in natural history [first series] With local recollections. To which are added Maxims and hints for an angler ... A new edition London, John Murray 1832. 313p. illus.

Jesse, Edward, 1780-1868
Gleaning in natural history. Second series. To which are added some extracts from unpublished mss. of the late Mr. White of Selborne. ... By Edward Jesse, Esq. London, John Murray, 1834. 321p. facsim.

Jesse, Edward, 1780-1868
Gleaning in natural history. Third and last series. To which are added notice of some the royal parks and residences. ... by Edward Jesse, Esq. London, John. Murray, 1835. 310p. engr. Front

Jesse, George Richard
Research into the history of the British dog, from ancient laws, charters, and historical records. With original anecdotes, and illustrations of the natural and attributes of the dog. From the poets and prose writings of ancient, medieval, and modern times. ... With engravings designed and etched by the author ... London, R. Hardwicke, 1866. 2v. illus, 20pl. (incl. fronts.) 22cm.

Johnson, Thomas Burgeland, d. 1840.
The gamekeeper's directory, and complete vermin destroyer; containing easy, but efficacious, instructions for the preservation of game... London, Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper [1832?] 208p. inscribe by owner and date

Johnson, Thomas Burgeland, d. 1840.
The sportsman's cyclopedia; being an elucidation of the science and practice of the field, the turf, and the sod; or, in other words, The scientific operation of the chase, the course and the stream; and of all those diversions and amusements which have uniformly marked the character of the inhabitants of these islands ... comprehending the natural history of all those animals which constitute the object of pursuit, accompanied with illustrative anecdotes. By T. B. Johnson ... London, Sherwood, Gilbert, 940p. front. (port.) plates ( 1col. And fold.) fold. tab. Extra numbered pages: *183-*184 and *191-*195 inserted.

Jones, Owen
Ten years of game-keeping, ... London, Edward Arnold, 1909 xii, 306p. front., plates. 23cm. by James Owen 'games-keeping' with illustration.

Jones, Thomas Rymer, 1810-1880
The aquarian naturalist; a manual for the sea-side F.R. S. ... London, John Van Voorst, 1858. 524p. col. Plates.

Keene, Foxhall
Full tilt; the sporting memoirs of Foxhall Keene, by Allan Hatch and Foxhall Keene. New York, The Derrydale press [1938] 170p. incl. front. (col. Port.) plates, ports. "Nine hundred and fifty copies ... have been printed." Library has copy no. 483.

Keene, John Harrington
Fishing tackle, its materials and manufacture: a practical guide to the best modes methods of making every kind of appliance necessary for taking freshwater fish, and for the equipment of the angler and flu-fisher. ... London, New York Ward, Lock and co. [1886] 230p. front. Illus, diagrs., plates (some fold.) With two hundred and fifty -four illustrations and explanatory diagrams.

Kelly, Robert Fulton, ed.
The sportsman's anthology, edited by Robert F. Kelly. New York, Howell, Soskin [1944] 5p. l., 396p. 23.5cm.

Kemp, John
Shooting and fishing in lower Brittany. A complete and practical guide to sportsmen. ... London, Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1859. xii, 239- [1] p. front. (fold. map) 21cm.

The Kennel club calendar and studbook
London, Pub. 1956 for the Kennel club, v. annual Editor: E.W. Jaquet

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875
Miscellanies, ... London, J.W. Parker and sons, 1859. 2v. 20cm. "Reprinted chiefly from 'Fraser's magazine' and the 'North British review.'"

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875
Prose idylls, new and old. By Rev. Charles Kingley canonof west minster London, Macmillan &co., 1874 2p. l., 317, [1] p. 19cm "second edition"

Kirkbride, John
The Northern angler; or, Fly-fisher's companion. London, R. Groombrige, 1840. 124p. front. The library has two copies, one copy has loosely inserted letter. Loosely inserted 1 page type letter sing and date. "March Seventh 1925. From Franklin D. Kirkbride to Franklin B. Lord.

Knight, John Alden 1890-
Field book of fresh-water angling, ... Illustrated New York, G.P. Putnam's sons [1944] ix, 207p. illus., 2pl. on 1 l., diagrs. 18x10.5cm [Putnam's nature field books]

Knight, John Alden 1890-
Modern fly casting, introducing the free wrist grip and the high back, cast ... New York, G. P. Putnam's, sons 1942. 7p. l., 79p. illud. 24x21cm.

Knight, John Alden 1890-
Woodcock. Color plates from painting by Dr. Edgar Burke. New York, A.A. Knopf, 1944. viii p., 2 l., 3-161, ii, [1] p. col. front., plates (part col.) 21.5cm.

Knoedler, M & Co., Inc.
Highlight of the Turf. Exhibition: Painting Brozes trophies and books. For the Benefit of the New York Infirmary Building Fund. April 20th - May 11t 1948.
New York: Knoedler Art Galleries [1948]

Krider, John
Krider's sporting anecdotes, illustrative of the habits of certain varieties of America game. Edited by H. Milnor Klapp. Philadelphia, A. Hart, 1853. 292p. front., plates.

Labrador retriever club, London
Stud book and record of field trial for retrievers, 1899-1922. ... "Publish by the Labrador Retriever club" London, 1923? 82p.

La Branche, George Michel Lucien, 1875-
The dry fly and fast water; fishing with the floating fly on America tout streams, together with some observations on fly fishing in general. By George M.L. La Branche New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1914. 218p.

La Branche, George Michel Lucien, 1875-
The Dry Fly and fast water, fishing with the floating fly on American tout streams, together with some observation on fly fishing in general. By George M. L. La Branche New York, Charles Scribner's sons 1921 (c. 1914)

La Branche, George Michel Lucien, 1875-
The Salmon and the dry fly, Boston and New York, Houghton Miffling company, 1924. 134p. col. front. "This edition is limited to seven hundred and seventy-five copies, of which seven hundred are for sale ...This id number 42." Inscribed by the author to Franklin B. Lord sing by Lord and date New York August 1924.

Lakeland, R
The Teesdale angler. Barnard Castle, [Teesdale, Durham] Printed at the office of R. Barker, 1858. 96p.

Lamy, Isidore
Elements de pisciculture ou Résumé des experiences faites au Chateau de Maintenon. Chartres, Garnier; Paris, Librairie agricole de Gouin, 1955. 70p.

The Labrador Retriever club
[yearbook] 25th anniversary edition. 1931-1956 [New York?] published and copyrighted by the Labrador Retriever Club [1956]

The Labrador Retriever Club
[Yearbook] 1931-1944 [photographs]
[New York] publish and copyrighted by The Labrador Retriever Club Inc. 1945
Supplement: 1947.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912
Angling sketches. With three etching and numerous illustrations by W.G. Burn-Murdoch. London and New York, Longmans Green and co., 1891. 176p. front. Illus., 9pl.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912
The tercentenary of Izaak Walton. London: printed for private circulation only [R.R. Clay and sons, ldt., printers] 1893. 14p. incl. front., illus., port., facsim. Device on recto of last leaf, with legend: The Ashley library, privately printed 1893. "The impression of this book is limited to a few copies for private circulation only."

Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895
Adventures in the wilds of the United States and British American provinces. ... Illustrated by the author and Oscar Besau. With an appendix by Lieut. Campbell Hardy, Philadelphia, John W. Moore, 1856. 2v. front., plates. On the spine: Adventures in the wild of America.

Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895
Adventures in the wilds of the United States and British American provinces. ... Illustrated by the author and Oscar Bessau ... Philadelphia, John W. Moore, 1856. 2v. front., plates. This set lacks: an appendix, p. [481]-517 and, A parting paragraph. On the spine: Langman's adventures. Rebound with marbles edges

Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895
Adventures of an angler in Canada, Nova Scotia and the United States. London, Richard Bentley, 1848. 322p. front. (port.) illus. American edition issued in Philadelphia the same year, under title: A tour to the river Saguenay in Lower Canada . inscribed by the author to "John r. Bartlett [American Bibliographer and Librarian] from his friend."

Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895
Recollection of curious characters and pleasant places. ... Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1881. xiii p., 351p. front. 22cm

[Lathy, Thomas Pike,] fl. 1820
The angler; a poem, in ten cantos: with proper instructions in the art, rules to choose fishing rods, lines, hooks, float, baits, and to make artificial flies; receipts for pastes, &c. and in short, every article relating to the sport, By Piscator [pseud.] London, printed for W. Wright ... and M. Iley ... 1819. 234p. illus.

Lawrence, John 1753-1839
British field sport; embracing practical instructions in shooting---hunting---cousing---racing---cocking---fishing, &c. With observations on the breaking and training of dogs and horses; also the management of fowling pieces, and all other sporting implements, By William Henry Scott [pseudo] London, Sherwood, Neely , and Jones, 1818. 615p. incl. front., illus., plates. Tip in the owner (Harry Worcester Smith) envelope containing bookseller notices on this book

A lay of Lochieven
A lay of Lonchleven. By William o' ye West. Glasgow, R. Forrester, 1887. 108p. illus. Published under the auspices of the St. Mungo angling club, Glasgow, Scotland. "Humorous verse about individual members of the club." Inscribed "With the publisher compts. July 2nd 1884."

Lee, Rawdon B.
A history and description of the modern dogs of Great Britain and Ireland. Sporting division ... 3d. ed. By Rawdon B. Lee ... Illustrated by Arthur Wardle. London, H. Cox, 1906. 2v. fronts., illus., plates. 22.5cm

Leech, John, 1817-1864.
Mr. Briggs and his doings (Fishing)... London, Brabury and Evans, n. d. 12pl. col. 30x37.5 cm. "A series of twelve coloured plates enlarged from Mr. Leech's original drawings."

Leighton, Robert, 1859-
The new book of the dog; a comprehensive natural history of British dogs and their foreign relative, with chapters on law, breeding, kennel management, and veterinary treatment, assisted by eminent authorities on the various breeds. Illustrated with twenty-one coloured plates and numerous photographic portraits of famous dogs. London, Paris, New York, Toronto & Melbourne: Cassell and company, [1907?] xvi, 624p. illus., 21 col. Pl. (incl. front.) 28cm. "Special edition." In 2 volumes., con- tin. Pag. Date: 1907 or later. Tip on back on the front end paper . publisher notice "This edition which has been specially prepare for subscribe, is not obtainable through the general bookseller,"

Le Moine, Sir James MacPherson, 1825-1912
Historical and sporting notes on Quebec and its environs, ... 4th ed. Quebec, L. J. Demers & frère, 1889. [5]-135p. plates 16.5X12.5cmb in slip case.

Lennox, Lord William Pitt, 1799-1881
Pictures of sporting life and character, ... London, Hurst and Blackett, 1860. 2v. fronts.

Lennox, Lord William Pitt, 1799-1881
Recreations of a sportsman, ... London, Hurst and Blackett, 1862. 2v. fronts.

Letters to young sportsmen
On hunting, angling & shooting. ... By Lieutenant Colonel J. Mackillop, Horace G. Hutchison, and Kenneth Dawson. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards. London, country life ltd.; New York, Charles Scribner's sons, [1930] 227p. illus.

Lewis, Elisha Jarrett, 1820-1877
The American sportsman: containing hints to sportsmen, notes on shooting, and the habits of the game birds and wild fowl of America. ...With numerous illustrations. Designed by George G. White -engraved by Louder-back & Hoffmann. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1857. 510p. incl. col. front., illus. Third edition, much enlarged, of the author's "Hints to Sportsmen," 1851.

Lewis, Elisha Jarrett, 1820-1877
The American sportsman: containing hints to sportsmen, notes on shooting, and the habits of the game birds and wild fowl of America. ... With numerous illustrations. Designed by George G. White---engraved by Louderback & Hoffmann. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1871. xxxix, [1], 33-510p. incl. col. Front., illus. 23cm. First edition appeared under title: Hints to sportsmen: 1851

Lewis, Elisha Jarrett, 1820-1877
Hints to sportsmen, containing notes on shooting; the habits of the game birds and wild fowl of America; the dog, the gun, the field, and the kitchen. ... Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, 1851. xii, [13]-366p. front., illus. 20cm.

...the library of late Harry Worcester Smith, Worcester, mass. Comprising sporting books and prints... public auction sale. May 24 at 2pm.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1948.

Lloyd, Freeman
All setters, their histories, rearing and training, bench show points and characteristics, [c 1931] 1p. l., 124 [l] illus. 23cm. New York, Freedman Lloyd, (1931)

Livingston manor, New York Board of education
The Pioneer, a commemorative book. Published... on the occasion of dedication of the Livingston manor central school.
Livingston manor, New York Livingston manor central school, board of education 1939. 48p. illus.,

Luberat, Pseud.
A list of the fishes of the Great Yarmouth district, with notes on each species. Illustrated. By "Luberta" , author of "A summer sojourn on the east coast." ... Lowestoft, Suffolk J. R. O'Driscoll, 1892. 62p. incl. plates.

McCarthy, Eugene, 1857-1903.
A tale of Lake St. John, comprising a bit of history. A quantity of facts and a plentitude of fish stories. ... Montreal; Desbarats & co. [19 - ?].
68 p. front., plates. 17.5 cm.

McCausland Hugh
Old Sporting Characters and Occasions from Sporting and Road History. London, The Batchworth Press [1948] 172 p. illus., front.

Mackie, Sir Peter Jeffrey, bart., 1855-1924.
The keeper's book; a guide to the duties of a gamekeeper, by P. Jeffrey Mackie ... with special chapters by Lord Malise Graham, Captain H. Shaw Kennedy, Dr. Charles Reid ... and others... London, T.N. Foulis. 1910.
467 p. mounted front. (port.) illus., mounted plates.
9th edition, rewritten and enlarged.

Mackintosh, Alexander.
The Driffield angler; in two parts: containing descriptions of the different kinds of fresh water fish, and the best methods of taking them in rivers, lakes, and fish-ponds; with full directions for baits, and the manner of making artificial flies for every month in the season. To which are added, instructions for shooting: With rules for the breeding, breaking, and management of pointers and spaniels; and the choice of guns for game and wild fowl. With a description of the Forest of Blair, in Perthshire, belonging to his Grace the Duke of Athol; and the manner of killing the deer. Also, a short treatise on coursing, and the training of greyhounds. Gainsborough: printed for the author, and sold by H. Mozley. [1806]. etc. etc.346 p. engr. front.

Mackintosh, Alexander.
The modern fisher, or, Driffield angler; in two parts: containing descriptions of the different kinds of fresh water fish, and the best methods of taking them in rivers, lakes, and fish-ponds; with full directions for baits, and the manner of making artificial flies for every month in the season. To which are added, instructions for shooting: with rules for the breeding, breaking, and management of pointers and spaniels; and the choice of guns for game and wild fowl. With a description of the Forest of Blair, in Perthshire, belonging to his Grace the Duke of Athol; and the manner of killing the deer. Also, a short treatise on coursing, and the training of greyhounds. Derby; Printed for Henry Mozley. n.d. 249 p.

McLellan, Isaac, 1806-1899.
Poems of the rod and gun; or, Sports by flood and field. By Isaac McLallen , Green Port, Long Island N.Y. ... Edited., with a memoir of the author, by Will Wildwood [pseud. of Frederick Eugene Pond]. New York; Henry Thorpe. 1886.
271 p. front. inserted in closed a fixed envelope is a signed and date by the author "Green Port ... Nov. 26th 86"

Manchester, Herbert.
Four centuries of sport in America, 1490-1890. Introduction by Harry Worchester Smith; illustrated from original sources. New York; The Derrydale press. 1931.
2 p. 1., iii-xxiv p., 245 p., 1 l. incl. illus., plates, facsims. front. (port.) pl. 31.5 cm.
"Eight hundred and fifty copies... have been printed."

Manning, Frederick, editor.
A series of views, taken on the spot, intended to illustrate Charles Cotton's work, entitled, The second part of the complete angler, being instructions how to angle for a trout and grayling, in a clear stream; and also views mentioned in the same work, of the journey to Beresford Hall, the fishing house, and others of interest, as therein described at that time. London; Truscott, son, & Simmons. ... [1866?].
24 pl. front. (port.) illus., map. On cover: Beresford Hall and environs.

[March, J.]
...Jolly angler: or, Water side companion. Containing an account of all the best places for angling, as well as the tackle, baits, & other requisites to form an expert angler: with a correct description of tying hooks, making artificial flies, repairing tackle, &c. The whole illustrated with eighty wood engravings. [4th ed.] London, J. March. [1842.] 3 p. 1., [v]-vi, [7]-100 p. front., illus. 18.5 cm. "Introduction to the first edition" signed: J. March.

[March, James.]
The young anglers' companion. Giving a description of all the different methods of angling, the best baits and tackle, as well as the times and seasons for using them: also a description of trolling and fly fishing. With a correct account of the manner of making artificial flies. [etc., etc.] London, Printed and published by James March. n.d. 26 p. col. front., illus. Rebound with original paper cover included.

Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637.
The pleasures of princes or good mens recreations. Together with The experienced angler by Colonel Robert Venables. With a preface by Horace Hutchinson. London; Cresset press ltd. 1927. 111 p. illus. Edition limited to 650 copies. This copy is number 290.
"The pleasures of princes" is a reprint of the 1614 edition, "The experienced angler" of the fifth edition of 1683.

Markland, Abraham.
Pteryplegia: the art of shooting-flying. By Mr. Markland . . . With a foreword by Col. H.P. Sheldon. New York: The Derrydale press. 1931

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
After work; fragments from the workshop of an old publisher. London, W. Heinemann; New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1904.
xv, 344 p. front., plates, ports. 23 cm. Work by "The amateur angler" and some unpublishednotice of them: p. 339-344. presentation copy.

[Marston, Edward] 1825-1914.
An amateur angler's days in Dove Dale or, How I spent my three weeks' holiday (July 24 - Aug. 14, 1884) ... London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1884. 88 p. Added title page engraving "Only one hundred copies printed." Library has two copies, each signed by the author. Both with red line border and decoration on the top. One copy cover is white the other is yellow the latter is inscribed by the author to a fellow publisher " L. W. Searle Esq." and date Oct. 11/84

[Marston, Edward] 1825-1914.
An amateur angler's days in Dove Dale or, How I spent my three weeks' holiday (July 24 - Aug. 14, 1884) ... London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1884. 88 p.
Advertisement after text 32p. cover illustration depicting an old gentleman fishing

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
An amateur angler's days in Dove Dale (July 24th - August 14th, 1884) Phoenix edition, 1910, to which is now added Dove Dale revisited (1902) with portrait of "The amateur angler." London; Sampson Low, Marston & co. 1910.
154 p. front. (port.) illus.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
By meadow and stream - Pleasant memories of pleasant places by The amateur angler... London; Sampson Low, Marston & co., ltd., St. Dunstan's House. 1896.
134 p. front. illus.
"Of this edition on Van Gelder's handmade paper two hundred and fifty copies have been printed." Library has copies No. 50 and 114, the latter initialed by the author.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914
By meadow and stream-Pleasant memories of pleasant places by The amateur angler... London, Sampson Low, Marston & co., ltd.; St. Dunstan's House, 1896. 134p. front. illus. Advertisement after text 12p. cover illustration depicting a gentleman fisher.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Days in clover, by The amateur angler ... London, Sampson Low, Marston, and company ltd. 1892. 120 p. no frontispiece ., plates. "This Large Paper edition consists of one hundred and fifty copies for Great Britain, and one hundred for America, all numbered and signed."
Library copy is no. 29. and initial by the author advertisement after text 32p.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Dove Dale revisited, with other holiday sketches; by the Amateur angler. London, Sampson Marston & company, New York, Charles Scribner's sons. 1902. xiv, 130 p. incl. front., illus. pl. 17.5 cm.

Marston, Edward
Fresh woods and pasture new by the author if "An Amateur Angler's, Days In Dove Dale" "Frank's Ranche." Etc.
London: Sampson Low, Marton, Searle, and Rivington 1887.
Printed at Chiswick-Press-C. Whittingham and co.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Easy-chair memories and rambling notes by the Amateur angler(E. Marton, F. R. G. S.)... London, Sampson Low, Marston & co., 1911. 174 p. Library has two copies one is inscribed by the author and date "Nov. 23 1911."

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Fishing for pleasure and catching it, by E. Marston, F.R.G.S.(The amateur angler) and two chapters on angling in North Wales, by R.B. Marston. ... London, Printed by Charles Whittingham and co at Chiswick Press and published by T.W. Laurie. 1906. xiii, 152 p. 3 illus., 12 pl. (incl. front.) 19.5cm.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Fresh woods and pastures new, by the author of "An amateur angler's days in Dove Dale" "Frank's ranche." London; Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington. 1887.
136 p.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
How does it feel to be old? Reprinted from the "Monthly review," by permission, with much additional matter. London; Sampson Low, Marston and co., ltd. 1907.
60 p. front. (port.) 17 cm. Inscribed by the author to the owner H.A. Sherwin and date Nov. 24th '09 . Portrait of the author on book cover.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914
How does it feel to be old? Reprinted from the "Monthly review," by permission with much additional matter. By E. Marston... London, Sampson Low Marston and co., ltd., 1907. 6 op. front. (port.) 1905cm limited edition. Inscribed by the author H.A. Sherwing and date Nov. 24th '09. Green cloth book cover with gold lettering.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
An old man's holidays, by The amateur angler. London; Sampson Low, Marston & co., 1900. 140 p. front. illus.
"Of this Edition, on Van Gelder's handmade paper, two hundred and fifty copies only have been printed" of which this is no. 166. Initialed by the author.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
An old man's holidays, by The amateur angler. London; Sampson Low, Marston & co., 1900. 140 p. front. illus.
"Of this Edition, on Van Gelder's handmade paper, two hundred and fifty copies only have been printed" of which this is no. 166. Initialed by the author

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
"On a sunshine holyday" by The amateur angler. London; Sampson Low, Marston & co. 1897.
140 p. Engr. front. and plates.
"Of this edition, on Van Gelder's handmade paper, two hundred and fifty copies have been printed. No. 35." Signed: E.M.

Marston, Edward, 1825-1914.
Thomas Ken and Isaac Walton; a sketch of their lives and family connection, by E. Marston, F.R.G.S. (The Amateur Angler) with numerous of illustrations London, New York; Longmans, Green, and co. 1908.
220 p. illus., 16 pl., 4 port. (incl. front.) 2 facsims. Inscribed by the author to the owner H.A. Sherwin "With the complements and good wishes of the writer E. Marston Oct. 24th '08" attached of the front piece, author one page letter on personal letter head. "The Old House Farnham Royal Bucks" and address to Mr. B.C. Kelson of the Sherwin Williams company in London.

Marston, Robert Bright, 1853-1927.
Walton and some earlier writers on fish and fishing by R. B. Marston... London; Elliot Stock. 1894.
264 p.
Title on cover: Walton and the earlier fishing writers.

Marston, Robert Bright, 1853-1927.
Walton and some earlier writers on fish and fishing by R. B. Marston... Popular edition. London; E. Stock. 1903.
xxv p., 264 p. 18 cm.

Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589.
A book of fishing with hook and line. Reprinted from the edition of 1590, with preface and glossary, by Thomas Satchell. London; printed for W. Satchell and co., and sold by Simpkin, Marshall and co. 1884.
x p., 52 p. illus. 22.5 cm.

Mather, Fred, 1833-1900.
Men I have fished with; sketches of characters and incidents with rod and gun, from childhood to manhood, from the killing of little fishes and birds to a buffalo hunt with portraits. ... New York; Forest and stream publishing co. 1897.
371 p. front., ports. Library has two copies.

Mather, Fred, 1833-1900.
My angling friends; being a second series of sketches of men I have fished with. With portraits ... New York; Forest and stream publishing co. [1901].
369 p. ports. including front. Library has two copies

Maurice, Henry Gascoyen, 1874-
Sometimes an angler. With line illustrations by Oliver Holt. London; Chapman and Hall. [1947]. 146 p. illus. 19 cm.

Mayer, John.
The sportsman's directory; and park & game-keeper's companion: being a series of instructions, in ten parts, for the chase. With copious directions for trapping and destroying vermin, and detecting the operations of the poacher. To which is added, an appendix, containing numerous valuable receipts and useful abstracts of the game laws, and the laws of coursing. The sixth edition, entirely re-written and enlarged. London; Simpkin, Marshall, and co. 1838. 181 p.

Michigan. Institute for Fisheries Research, Ann Arbor.
Bulletin. no. 1- 1932- Lansing. v. illus. 23 cm.

Milbank, Kitty.
The Flighty Prince. New York; Privately Printed 1963.
66p. front illus. 24.5 cm. The author intended to amuse "with brief stories of hunting for the "Prince of Bird"- The wild Turkey- pref.

Mills, John, novelist.
The sportsman's library; or, Hints on the hunter¬¬¬-hunting---hounds---shooting---game---sporting---dogs---fishing-- . Philadelphia; Lea & Blanchard. 1846.
xxiii, [19]-341 p. 20 cm.

Moffat, A.S.
The secrets of angling. Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black. 1865.
2 p. l., [iii] -xi, [1], 326 p. illus. 20.5 cm.

Mosely, Martin Ephraim.
The dry-fly fisherman's entomology, being a supplement to Frederic M. Halford's The dry-fly man's handbook. London, George Routledge and sons; New York, E.P. Dutton & co. 1921.
xx, 109 p. illus. (parts col.) port. 17 cm.

Mottram, James Cecil, 1880-
Fly-fishing: some new arts and mysteries. By J.C. Mottram London; The Field and Queen (Horace Cox) ltd. [1915]. 272 p. illus., diagrs

Mulholland, W.D.
Catskill trails. Albany; State of New York, Conservation Department. 1941.
37 p. fold. map. (New York State. Conservation Department. Recreation circular 9)

Muri, Halsten, 1841-
Reminiscences of Halsten Muri. Edited by J. Arthur Hutton... London, Manchester; Sherratt & Hughes. 1907. 184 p. front. (port.) illus.

Murray, William Henry Harrison, 1840-1904.
Adventures in the wilderness; or, Camp life in the Adirondacks. Boston; Fields, Osgood & co. 1869. vi, [7]-236 p. front., plates.

Murray, William Henry Harrison, 1840-1904.
The perfect horse: how to know him, how to breed him, how to train him, how to shoe him, how to drive him. With an introduction by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, and a treatise on agriculture and the horse, by Hon-George B. Loring. Containing illustrations of the best trotting stock-horses in the United States, done from life, with their pedigrees, records, and full descriptions. Boston; James R. Osgood and company. 1873. xi, [2] p., 480 p. front., plates, tables. 24 cm.

New York. Public library Bulletin
April 1909, volume 13 number 4 List of works in the library relating to fishing and fish culture. New York. 1909.
cover-title, 49 p. 26.5 cm. "Reprinted from the Bulletin, April, 1909." This list is confined to works on fishing as a sport..." (page 259-370)

New York yacht club.
The New York yacht club; centennial, 1844-1944. [New York. 1944].
104 p., incl. front., illus., plates, ports. 24 cm. "Prepared by Harry L. Maxwell . . . and edited and arranged in its present form by Herbert L. Stone."

Newark Herbert Association, Newark, N.J.
The Newark Herbert association to "Frank Forester." In memoriam, May 19, 1876. Newark, N.J.; Printed by Ward & Tichenor. 1876. 38 p. inscribed to General Blight Watts Kearny of Philips Kearny.

Newland, Henry Garrett, 1804-1860.
The Erne, its legends and its fly-fishing. By the Rev. Henry Newland. London; Chapman and Hall. 1851. xiv, 395 p. front., 4 pl. 20 cm.

Newland, Henry Garrett, 1804-1860.
Forest life in Norway and Sweden: being extracts from the journal of a fisherman. By the Rev. Henry Newland. New edition. London; G. Routledge & co. 1859.
418 p.

Newland, Henry Garrett, 1804-1860.
Forest scenes in Norway and Sweden: being extracts from the journal of a fisherman. By the Rev. Henry Newland. London; G. Routledge & co. 1854.
418 p. front., plates.
On spine: Forest life: A fisherman's sketches in Norway and Sweden.

Newland, Henry Garrett, 1804-1860.
Forest scenes in Norway and Sweden: being extracts from the journal of a fisherman. By the Rev. Henry Newland... The 2nd edition. London; G. Routledge & co. 1855. 418 p. front., plates.
Title on cover and spine: Forest life; a fisherman's sketches in Norway and Sweden.

Nicols, Arthur.
The acclimatisation of the Salmonidae at the Antipodes, its history and results... London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1882. 238 p.

Nobbes, Robert, 1652-1706?
The compleat troller; or, the art of trolling: with descriptions of all the instruments, tackle, and materials, requisite for a gentleman troller, and directions how to use them. Also, an account of the principal rivers in England, London1822. By Robert Nobbs, esq. A.M.
In Best, Thomas. The art of angling . . . pp. 195-255.

Norris, Thaddeus, 1811-1877.
The American angler's book: embracing the natural history of sporting fish, and the art of taking them. With instructions in fly-fishing, fly-making, and rod-making; and directions for fish-breeding. To which is appended, Dies piscatoriae: describing noted fishing-places, and the pleasure of solitary fly-fishing. Illustrated with eighty engravings on wood. Philadelphia; E.H. Butler & co. 1864. 27-604 p. front., illus., plates.

Norris, Thaddeus, 1811-1877.
The American angler's book: embracing the natural history of sporting fish, and the art of taking them. With instructions in fly-fishing, fly-making, and rod-making; and directions for fish-breeding. To which is added, Dies piscatoriae; describing noted fishing-places, and the pleasure of solitary fly-fishing. With a supplement, containing descriptions of salmon rivers, inland trout fishing, etc., etc. Illustrated with eighty engravings on wood. Philadelphia; Porter & Coates. 1865. 701 p. front. (port.) illus., plates. At head of title: Memorial edition.

Norris, Thaddeus, 1811-1877.
American fish-culture, embracing all the details of artificial breeding and rearing of trout; the culture of salmon, shad and other fishes. Illustrated. Philadelphia, Porter & Coates; London, Sampson Low, son & co. 1868. 304 p. illus., diagrams.

The North-country angler; or, the art of angling
as practiced in the Northern Counties of England. London; Printed for the Editor; and sold by W. Richardson. 1786. 87 p. engr. front.
Sing by the owner J.L. Philips and date 1788 of two pages comment by him with his handwriting

Oke, George Colwell, 1821-1874.
A handy book of the fishery laws: containing the law as to private and public fisheries in the inland waters of England and Wales, and the Freshwater fisheries preservation act, 1878, systematically arranged; with the acts, decisions, notes and forms. 2nd edition, by J.W. Willis Bund. London; Butterworths; [etc., etc.] 1878. x, 129, [1] p. 19 cm.

Oke, George Colwell, 1821-1874.
A handy book of the game and fishery laws: containing the whole law as to game, licences and certificates, poaching prevention, trespass, rabbits, deer, dogs, birds and poisoned grain, throughout the United Kingdom, and private and salmon fisheries in England; systematically arranged: with the acts, decisions, notes, forms, suggestions, etc., etc., ... 2nd edition. London; Butterworths; [etc., etc.] 1863. xxiv, 374 p. 19 cm.

Old English songs from various sources, with illustrations by Hugh Thomson, and an introduction by Austin Dobson.
London and New York; Macmillan and co. 1894. 163 p.

Oliver, Peter.
A new chronicle of The compleat angler. New York, The Paisley press, inc.; London, Williams & Norgate, ltd. 1936. 4 p. l., vii-xv p., 1 l., 301, [1] p. front. (port.) facsims. 24.5 cm.

Organized hunts of America; 1955
Articles by Wilbur Ross Hubbard, Mason, Houghland... Introduction by Gilbert Mather.
Baltimore, Maryland: The Sporting Press [1955]
(Masters of Fox Hounds Association of America)

Orvis, Charles F., compiler.
Fishing with the fly, sketches by lovers of the art, with illustrations of standard flies. Collected by Charles F. Orvis & A. Nelson Cheney. Manchester, Vt.; C.F. Orvis. 1883. 2 p. 1., 299, [2] p. col. plates. 18.5 cm. illus. t.-p.

Osbaldiston, William Augustus.
The British sportsman; or, Nobleman, gentleman, and farmer's dictionary, of recreation and amusement. Including a most improved system of modern farriery, and anatomical dissections of a horse... Comp. from the latest discoveries, and improved by many years real practice and observation. London; Printed for the proprietor by J. Stead, sold by Champante and Whitrow. [1792].
iv, [5]-664, [2] p. front., plates. 27.5 cm.

Osborn, Robert Chesley, 1904 -
How to catch trout. [New York]; Coward-McCann. [1941].
[32] p. illus. 13x19.5 cm.
Humorous drawings with descriptive letterpress. Third impression

Osborn, Robert Chesley, 1904 -
How to shoot ducks. [New York]; Coward-McCann. [1941].
[32] p. illus. 13x19.5 cm. Humorous drawings with descriptive letterpress.
"Fourth impression"

The Out of Door Library Athletic Sport.
Athletic sport by D.A. Sargent, M.D., H.J. Whigha, Robert D. Wrenn, P.G. Hubert Jr., Marguerite Merington J. West Roosevelt, M.D., Duffield Osborne, and Edwards S. Martin. [New York]: Charles Scribner and sons 1897.

Page, Henry Savage, 1868 -
Over the open. Illustrated by E.S. Voss. New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1925.
6 p. 1., 155 p. col. front., plates (part col.) 22.5 cm. "One thousand copies of this book have been printed from type, which has been distributed. no. 513."

Parker, Eric, 1870 -
Elements of shooting. With ten colour plates by the author and various diagrams. London; The Field press. 1930. 307 p. front., col. plates, diagrams.

Parker, Eric, 1870 -
Field, river and hill. With reproductions of dry-points by Winifred Austen. London; Philip Allan & co., ltd. 1927. 280 p. plates.
Inscribed to Franklin B. Lord "With many thanks." by the author.

Parker, Eric, 1870 - , editor.
Fine angling for coarse fish... Philadelphia; Lippincott. [n.d.].
352 p. illus. (The Lonsdale library of sports, games & pastimes, v. 4)
Printed in Great Britain.

Parker, Eric, 1870 - , editor.
The Lonsdale anthology of sporting prose & verse, with edited & introduction London; Seeley, Service & co., ltd. 1932. 376 p. col. front., illus., plates, ports.
(The Lonsdale library, v. 12)

Peard, William.
A year of liberty; or, Salmon angling in Ireland, from February 1 to November 1. London; Horace Cox. 1867. xii, 300 p. 20.5 cm.

Penn, Richard, 1784-1863.
Maxims and hints for an angler, and Miseries of fishing. Illustrated by drawings on stone, to which are added Maxims and hints for a chess player. London; John Murray. 1833. 59 p. front., engrs.
Signed: R.P.

Penn, Richard, 1784-1863.
Maxims and hints for an angler; and Miseries of fishing. To which are added Maxims and hints for a chess player, by Richard Penn, esq., F.R.S. With wood-cuts. New edition, enlarged. London; John Murray. 1839. 79 p. with front., plates.

Pennell, Henry Cholmondeley, 1837-1915.
Spinning tackle, what it is and what it ought to be; an entirely new method of spinning for pike. 2nd edition, enlarged... London; Harrison. 1862.
32 p. illus. On cover: How to spin for pike.

Perry, Joseph Franklin, 1846 -
Kennel secrets. How to breed, exhibit and manage dogs. By "Ashmont" [pseudo.]. Boston; J.L. Thayer pub. co. 1893. 348 p. front., illus., plates, ports.
Library copy lacks title-page

Peters, Harry Twyford 1881-1948
Just Hunting by Harry t. Peters
Including notes on an English Hunting week by Harvey Dow Gibson illustrated by Betty Badcock. New York. Charles Scribner's son 1935. inscribed by the author.

Phillips, Ernest.
Trout in lakes and reservoirs; a practical guide to managing, stocking, and fishing. With eight illustrations. London, New York; [etc] Longmans, Green & co. 1914. viii, 136 p. 8 pl. (incl. front.) 20 cm.

Phillips, Henry, 1801-1876.
The true enjoyment of angling. London; W. Pickering. 1843.
3 p. 1., [3]-138 p. front. (port.) 20.5 cm. Includes a number of songs with music.

Phillips, John Charles, 1876-1938.
American game mammals and birds; a catalogue of books, 1582 to 1925, sport, natural history, and conservation. With the approval of the Boone & Crockett club. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1930.
5 p. 1., 3-638, [1] p. 21 cm. Most of the titles are from the Charles Sheldon library which belongs now to Yale University.

Phillips, John Charles.
Sportman's scrapbook. Boston and New York. 1928.

Phillips, John C.
A sportsman's second scrapbook. Boston and New York. 1933.

Pickering, Harold Gregg, 1888 -
Angling of the Test; or, True love under stress. Being a diurnal postulation of problems of connubial infelicity which will bring no comfort to any married male angler. A book-of-the-nonce-club selection. New York; The Derrydale press. 1936. 6 p. 1., 25 p. plates. 23.5 cm. Limited edition of 197 this is number 157. Signed by author.

Pickering, Harold Gregg, 1888 -
"Merry Xmas. Mr. Williams, 20 Pine st., N.Y." A Book-of-the-nonce club selection. Illustrated by Harry L. Timmins; being a further chronicle of the St. George gun club, inc. New York; The Derrydale press. 1940.
7 p. 1., 34 p. front., illus., plates. 21 cm.Title page autographed with author's name. A sequel to the author's Neighbors have my ducks.
Two hundred and sixty-seven numbered copies have been printed. This copy is not numbered. Inscribed by the author to Franklin B. Lord.

Plain directions for acquiring the art of shooting on the wing. With useful hints concerning all that relates to guns and shooting, and particularly in regard to the art of loading so as to kill: to which has been added several valuable and hitherto secret recipes, of great practical importance to the sportsman. By an old gamekeeper.
New York; Industrial publication co. 1873. 88 p.

Platts, William Carter, 1864 -
Angling done here! London; Jarrold & sons. 1897.
156 p.
The pleasures of princes, or good mens recreations. (Reprint) London; first printed by T.S., for John Browne, in the year 1614. The pleasures of princes was mostly purloined from other works on fishing.

Pond, Frederick Eugene, 1856-1925.
Life and adventures of "Ned Buntline" [pseud.] with Ned Buntline's Anecdote of "Frank Forester" [pseud.] and chapter of angling sketches by Fred E. Pond ("Will Wildwood"). New York; The Cadmus book shop. 1919. 4 p. 1., 139 p. 3 port. (incl. front.) 24.5x16 cm. "Two hundred and fifty copies have been printed from type and the type distributed."

Prime, William Cowper, 1825-1905.
I go a-fishing. New York; Harper & brothers. 1873. 365 p. 21 cm.

Prime, William Cowper, 1825-1905.
The old house by the river. By the author of The Owl Creek letters. New York; Harper & brothers. 1853. 318 p. Signature at end of Introduction: P.

Princeton University. Library.
Fresh-water angling; fifty books and other material tracing its development. An exhibition in the Treasure room of the Princeton University library, May-June, 1946. [Princeton. 1946].
cover-title, 24 p. illus., pl. 20 cm. The contemplative man's sport signed: Carl Otto v. Kienbusch. Inscribed to "Fran" (Franklin B. Lord) by "Otto" V. Kienbusch

Pritt, Thomas Ewen, d. 1896?
An angler's basket filled in sunshine and shade through the space of forty years: being a collection of stories, quaint sayings, and remembrances, with a few angling hints and experiences. Manchester, Abel Heywood & son; London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & co. 1896. 148 p. front. (port.)

Prouty, Lorenzo, 1839-1882.
Fish: their habits and haunts and the methods of catching them, together with fishing as a recreation. Boston; Cupples, Upham & co. 1883. 115 p. incl. front. (port.) Preface signed: David Freeman.

Pulman, George Philip Rigney, 1817-1880.
The book of the Axe; containing a piscatorial description of that stream and historical sketches of all the parishes and remarkable places upon its banks, with nearly one hundred illustrations and a map. 4th edition, rewritten and greatly enlarged. London; Longman, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1875. 906 p. illus., 15 pl., fold. map.

Pulman, George Philip Rigney, 1819-1880.
Vade mecum of fly-fishing for trout; being a concise practical treatise on that branch of the art of angling. Axminster, Printed and sold by E. Wills; sold also by Renshaw & Kirkman, 12, Budge Row. London. 1841. 61 p.

Purina Dog Book. Privately
[St. Louis] Privately printed Ralson-Purina company (1932)
Fourth edition

Quackenbos, John Duncan, 1848 -
Geological ancestors of the brook trout and recent saibling forms from which it evolved. New York; Pub. for the Anglers' club of New York by T.A. Wright. 1916.
50 1. front. (port.) 10 col. pl. 22 cm. "Read at a regular meeting of the Anglers' club of New York, Hotel Navarre, March 9th, 1915."
Limited edition of three hundred signed copies, no. 36.
Attached in the front end paper there is a 5 line note on angling singed by the author.

Radcliffe, William, 1856 -
Fishing from the earliest times. New York: E. P. Dutton and company 1921. xvii, 478 p. front., with illustrations., plates. 23.5 cm.
Printed in England.

Rains galleries, New York.
The angling and sporting library of Samuel H. MacFarland, Evanston Ill., sold by his order. The famous Frederic Remington collection formed by the late Merle Johnson, with additions. Public sale. May 25th and 26th, 1937. Sale conducted by Anthony N. Bade [and] William H. Smith jr. [New York; The Robert Alexander press. 1937]. 105 p. 23.5 cm.

Randall, John.
Old sports and sportsmen or, The Willey country with sketches of Squire Forester and his whipper-in Tom Moody. London, Virtue & co; 1873. 204 p. front. (port.) illus.
Salp. (Shorephire): Bunay and Evan...1873

Ransome, Arthur, 1884-1967.
Rod and line; essays together with Aksakov on fishing. London; J. Cape. [1929].
286 p. front.

Reeve, J. Stanley, 1878 -
Radnor reminiscences; a foxhunting journal. With an introduction by Benjamin Chew. Illustrated with photographs and silhouettes by the author. Boston and New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1921. xvii, 204 p. front., plates, ports. 22.5 cm.

Rennie, James, 1787-1867.
Alphabet of scientific angling for the use of beginners. London; William Orr. 1833. 138 p. illus.

Rhead, Louis, 1857-1926, editor.
The speckled brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) by various experts with rod and reel; edited and illustrated by Louis Rhead, with an introduction by Charles Hallock. New York; R.H. Russell, [c.1902.] [15] p. numbered [A] -O, 184 p. illus., plates.

Robinson, John Robert, 1850-1910.
'Old Q'; a memoir of William Douglas, fourth duke of Queensberry, K.T., one of 'the fathers of the turf', with a full account of his celebrated matches and wagers, etc. 2nd edition. London; Sampson Low, Marston and company limited. 1895.
362 p. 3 pl., 3 port. (incl. front.)
Inserted is a letter date May 12, 1762, addressed to "my dear Lord" and signed "Queensberry" Also attached is the owner's Harry Worcester Smith envelop marked "Old Q..." and containing 2 catalogue notice on Queensberry.

Rockwell, Charles, 1806-1882.
The Catskill mountains and the region around. Their scenery, legends, and history; with sketches in prose and verse, by Cooper, Irving, Bryant, Cole, and others. By the Rev. Charles Rockwell. New York; Taintor brothers & co. 1867.
351 p. front., plates.

Ronalds, Alfred.
The fly-fisher's entomology. Illustrated by coloured representations of the natural and artificial insect, and accompanied by A few observations and instructions relative to trout-and-grayling fishing. With nineteen copper plates. London; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1836. 115 p. with front., plates. Inscribed in 1837 by John ? Harward

Ronalds, Alfred.
The fly-fisher's entomology, illustrated by coloured representations of the natural and artificial insect, and accompanied by a few observations and instructions relative to trout-and-grayling fishing. 3rd edition. London; Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1844. 115 p. col. front. 22 plates, incl. 17 col. Bound with: [Chitty, Edward] The illustrated fly-fisher's text book; a complete guide to the science of fly-fishing for salmon, trout, grayling, &c, by Theophilus South, gent. [Pseud.] London; H.G. Bohn. 1845.

Ronalds, Alfred.
The fly-fisher's entomology with coloured representations of the natural and artificial insect; and a few observations and instructions on trout and grayling-fishing. A new edition, with extra coloured plates, edited By H.T. Sheringham. Cincinnati; Stewart Kidd co. [1921?] 152 p. with 20 col. pl., 14 Illus.

Rooper, George.
Flood, field and forest. 4th edition, with illustrations by G. Bowers and J. Carlisle. London; W. Isbister & co. 1874. 351 p. front., illus., plates.

Rooper, George.
A month in Mayo, comprising characteristic sketches (sporting and social) of Irish life; with miscellaneous papers. London; Robert Hardwicke. 1876. 175 p.

Rooper, George.
Tales and sketches. London; "Land and water" office. 1872.
248 p. The contents have appeared in the columns of Land and water.
Inscribed by the author and date "March 1872"

Rooper, George.
Thames and Tweed. London and New York; Cassell, Petter and Galpin. [1870].
2 p. 1., 141 p. 19 cm.

Rooper, George.
Thames and Tweed; a book for anglers. Second edition. London; Hardwicke and Bogue. [1876]. 141 p.

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell, 1829-1906.
Fish hatching and fish catching. By R. Barnwell Roosevelt and Seth Green. Rochester; Union and advertiser co. 1879. 243 p. illus.

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell, 1829-1906.
The game-birds of the coasts and lakes of the northern states of America. A full account of the sporting along our sea-shores and inland waters, with a comparison of the merits of breechloaders and muzzleloaders. New York; Carleton. 1866. 336 p.

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell, 1829-1906.
The game fish of the northern states and British provinces. With an account of the salmon and sea-trout fishing of Canada and New Brunswick, together with simple directions for tying artificial flies, etc., etc. New York; Carleton. 1866.
324 p. illus.

Rudd, D.G.F, compiler.
Greased line fishing for salmon. Compiled from the fishing papers of the late A.H.E. Wood, of Glassel, by "Jock Scott" [pseud.] With contributions by the Rt. Hon. J.W. Hills, P.C. and G.M. La Branche. London; Seeley Service & co., ltd. [1935]. 220 p. front. (col. pl.) illus., diagrs.

Ruffed Grouse;
life history, propagation, management. By Gardiner Bump, Robert W. Darrow, Frank C. Edminster and Walter F. Crissey. With four painting in full color by Fred. Everett and 127 sketches by clayton B. Seagears and Fred. Everett. [Albany] Publish by authority of The New York State Legislative 1947. 915p. front and illus. at t.-p. "New York State conservation Department"

Ruschenberger, William Samuel Waithman, 1807-1895, editor.
Reptiles and fishes. Prepared for the use of schools and colleges. From the text of Milne Edwards, & Achille Comte. Philadelphia, New York; Turner & Fisher. 1842. 3 p. 1., [21]-145 p. front., illus., 6 pl. 19 cm. (On cover: Ruschenberger's series . . . Fourth-book of natural history)

Russel, Alex.
The Salmon by Alex Russel, Edinburg, Edmonston and Douglas, 1864.
viii, 248 p.

Russell, Harold John Hastings.
Chalkstream and moorland; thoughts on trout-fishing. London; Smith, Elder & co. 1911. 251 p.

Rye, Walter, 1843-1929.
The rights of fishing, shooting & sailing on the Norfolk broads. London; Jarrold & sons. [n.d.] 1 p. 1., 113, iv p. illus. 19 cm.

Salmon and trout by Dean Sage, C.H. Townsend, H.M. Smith and William C. Harris; illustrated by A.B. Frost, Tappan Adney, Martin Justice, and others.
New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1902. x, 417 p. front., illus., plates. 21 cm. (Half-title: The American sportsman's library, edited by C. Whitney)

Salmon and trout magazine. (Salmon and trout association) London. 1, 1910 -
v. 1, no. 1 as the association's Journal.
Suspended Ja. - Ag. 1911.

Salter, Thomas Frederick, fl. 1814-1826.
The angler's guide, being a plain and complete practical treatise on the art of angling for sea, river, and pond fish. Deduced from many years practice and observation: to which is added a treatise on trolling. The whole illustrated with eighty-eight fine cuts. The ninth edition, with the author's last corrections and additions. London; James Maynard, Panton Street, Haymarket. 1841.
386 p. front., illus., plates.

Sassoon, Siegfried Lorraine, 1886 -
Memoirs of a fox-hunting man. New York; Coward-McCann, inc. 1929.
376 p.

Saunders, James.
The compleat fisherman. Being a large and particular account, of all the several ways of fishing now practised in Europe; with abundance of curious secrets and niceties in the art of fishing, as well in the sea, as in lakes, meers, ponds, rivers or brooks; whether by darts, spears, harpoons, nets, hook and line, or any other way whatsoever. More particularly calculated for the sport of angling. With directions for preparing the angle rods, lines, hooks, and baits. Collected from the best authors, and from the long experience of James Saunders. London; Printed for W. Mears, at the Lamb without Temple Bar, and S. Tooke, and B. Motte, at the Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleet-street, 1724. 234 p. front. (fold.)

Schaldach, William Joseph, 1896 -
Currents & eddies; chips from the log of an artist-angler, William J. Schaldach. New York; A.S. Barnes and co. c.1944. 138 p. incl. col. front., illus., plates (part col.) 1st printing

Schaldach, William J., 1896 -
Fish by Schaldach; collected etchings, drawings and water colors of trout, salmon and other game fish. Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott company. 1937.
15 p. 1., 60 pl. (part col.) 31 cm. "This edition is limited to 1560 numbered copies of which 1500 are for sale. This copy is no. 1116."

Schley, Frank.
Frank Schley's American partridge and pheasant shooting, written by himself, describing the haunts, habits, and methods of hunting and shooting the American partridge; quail, ruffed grouse; pheasant. With directions for handling the gun, hunting the dog, and the art of shooting on the wing. Containing a history of the partridges and grouse inhabiting North America. Frederick, Md.; Baughman brothers. 1877. 222 p. front., plates.

Schweizerische Kynologische Gesellschaft, Bern?
v. Library has vols. 57 and 58 only. French title: Livre des origines suisse.
Some pages are missing from each.

Scott, Genio C.
Fishing in American waters. With one hundred and seventy illustrations. New York; Harper & brothers. 1869. 484 p. illus.

Scott, Genio C.
Fishing in American waters. A new edition, containing parts six and seven, on southern and miscellaneous fishes. With numerous illustrations. New York; Harper and brothers, publishers. 1875. 539 p. illus., plates.

Scott, Lord George, 1866 -
The Labrador dog, its home and history. Part I by Lt. Col. Lord George Scott, Part II by Sir John Middleton. Foreword by H.T.W. Bowell. With plates, pedigrees and a map. London; H.F. & G. Witherby ltd. [1937].
121 p. front., plates, fold. map, 3 fold. tables."First published 1936."

Scrope, William, 1772-1852.
Days and nights of salmon fishing in the River Tweed. Illustrated by Sir David Wilkie, Sir Edwin Landseer, Charles Landseer and Edward Cooke. London; Hamilton, Adams & co. 1885.317 p. front., illus., plates.Engraved title page.

Scrope, William, 1772-1852.
Days of deer-stalking in the Scottish highlands including an account of the nature and habits of the red deer, a description of the Scottish forests, and historical notes on the earlier field-sports of Scotland. With highland legends, superstitions, traditions, folklore, and tales of poachers and freebooters. Illustrated by Sir Edwin and Charles Landseer. London; Hamilton, Adams & co./ Glasgow, T.D. Morison. 1883.323 p. front., plates, illus.Engraved title page.

Scrope, William, 1772-1852.
Days and nights of salmon fishing in the Tweed with a short account of the natural history and habits of the salmon. Edited with introduction, notes and appendix by H.T. Sheringham. With thirteen plates in colour and sixteen other illustrations. London; Herbert Jenkins, ltd. 1921.281 p. col. front., illus., plates (part col.)

Sears, George W., 1821-1890.
Forest runes. By George W. Sears (Nessmuk) New York; Forest and stream publishing co. 1887. 210 p. front. (port.)
Loosely enclosed is a newspaper from Field and Stream dated May 8/90 concerning death of the author

Senior, William, 1839?-1920.
Near and far; an angler's sketches of home sport and colonial life, by William Senior ("Red Spinner") London; Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington ltd. 1888. 304 p.

Senior, William, 1839?-1920.
The Thames from Oxford to the Tower, by William Senior (Red Spinner [pseud.]) Illustrated with thirty original painters'-etchings by Francis S. Walker. London; John C. Nimmo. 1891. 120 p. illus., 30 plates incl. front., tail pieces. Limited edition: no. 254. Of 310 copies of which 260 copies are numbered and printed in superfine paper this is number 254.

Senior, William, 1839?-1920.
Travel and trout in the Antipodes; an angler's sketches in Tasmania and New Zealand, by William Senior ("Red Spinner") London; Chatto and Windus. 1880.
315 p. illus.

Senior, William, 1839?-1920.
The work of Francis Francis. London; Printed by Wyman & sons and published by the Piscatorial society. 1889.
[23] p.
"Read before the Piscatorial society, by W. Senior, esq. ("Red spinner"), on Wednesday, January 30, 1889."
Enclosed within the owner's folder in slip case.

Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860 -
Wild animals I have known and 200 drawings. Being the personal histories of Lobo, Silverspot, Raggylug, Bingo, The Springfield fox, The pacing mustang, Wully, and Redruff. New York City; Charles Scribner's sons. 1900.
359 p. incl. illus., plates.
First impression, 1898.
Loosely enclosed is a newspaper clipping of The New York Tribune dated Oct 26, 1946. Concerning the death of the author. Written by Don Stillman.

Sharp, G.E.
Fly-leaves from a fisherman's diary, by Captain G.E. Sharp. London; Edward Arnold. 1910.
175 p. 4 plates incl. front.

Shaw, Frederick George.
The science of fly fishing for trout. New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1925.
341 p. front., illus., plates, diagrs.

Sheldon, Charles, 1867-1928.
The wilderness of the North Pacific coast islands; a hunter's experiences while searching for wapiti, bears, and caribou on the larger coast islands of British Columbia and Alaska. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1912.
xvi, 246 p. front., plates, maps (1 fold.) 21.5 cm.

Sheringham, Hugh Tempest, 1876-1930.
An angler's hours. London; Macmillan and co., ltd. 1905.
264 p.

Sheringham, Hugh Tempest, 1876-1930, editor.
The book of the fly-rod, edited by Hugh Sheringham & John C. Moore, illustrated by George Sheringham. Boston & New York; Houghton Mifflin company. 1931.
xv, 173, [1] p. col. front. (incl. music) xi pl. (part col.) 29x23 cm.

Sheringham, Hugh Tempest, 1876-1930.
Elements of angling; a book for beginners. London; Horace Cox. 1908.
259 p. illus.

Sheringham, Hugh Tempest, 1876-1930.
Trout fishing: memories and morals. 2nd edition. London; Hodder and Stoughton, ltd. [1920].
296 p. front., plates.

Shipley, William.
A true treatise on the art of fly-fishing, trolling, etc., as practised on the Dove, and on the principal streams of the midland counties; applicable to every trout and grayling river in the empire. Edited by Edward Fitzgibbon, esq. London;

Simpkin, Marshall and co. 1838.
264 p. front., illus.
Owned by the A peerage of Ireland entitled Viscount Guilamore, Identified by Guillamore Stap.

[Shirley, Thomas.]
The Angler's museum; or, the whole art of float and fly fishing. The second edition, to which is prefixed the Sermon of St. Anthony, to a miraculous congregation of fishes. London; Printed for John Fielding. [1784].
136 p. front. (port.)
The frontispiece is a portrait of Mr. John Kirby, the "celebrated" angler.

Shrubsole, Edgar S.
The fisherman's handbook. With numerous illustrations from photographs by the author. London and New York; John Lane. 1904.
xiv p., 3-188, [1] p. illus., plates. 17 cm. (added t.-p: The country handbooks-viii)

Skinner, John Stuart, 1788-1851.
The dog and the sportsman. Embracing the uses, breeding, training, diseases, etc., etc., of dogs, and an account of the different kinds of game, with their habits. Also hints to shooters, with various useful recipes, etc., etc. Philadelphia; Lea & Blanchard. 1845.
xvi, [17]-223, [1] p. front. illus., plates. 20.5 cm.
Added t.-p., illustrated.

Skues, George Edward Mackenzie.
Itchen memories. With illustrations by Alex Jardine. London; Herbert Jenkins. 1951.
128 p. front., illus.

Skues, George Edward Mackenzie.
Minor tactics of the chalk stream and kindred studies. 3rd edition. London; A. & C. Blakc, ltd. 1924.
133 p. col. front.

Skues, George Edward Mackenzie.
Nymph fishing for chalk stream trout by G.E.M Skues (Seaforth & Soforth). London; Adam & Charles Black. 1939.
136 p. col. front.

Skues, George Edward Mackenzie.
Side-lines, side-lights & reflections; fugitive papers of a chalk-stream angler, by G.E.M. Skues (Seaforth & Soforth) Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott co. 1932?
473 p. front., illus., plates, facsim.
"Printed in Great Britain."

Skues, George Edward Mackenzie.
The way of a trout with a fly and some further studies in minor tactics, by G.E.M. Skues (Seaforth and Soforth)... Containing three full-page plates, two of them in colour. London; A. & C. Black, ltd. 1921.
259 p. III pl. (2 col., incl. front.

Slosson, Annie (Trumbull) 1838-1926.
Fishin' Jimmy. Author's edition. New York; C. Scribner's sons. 1932.
46 p. [c.1890]

Smith, Arthur Croxton, editor.
Hounds & dogs; their care, training & working; for hunting, shooting, coursing, hawking, police purposes, &c., by A. Croxton Smith, Major M. Barclay & many other eminent authorities; with over one hundred illustrations. London: Seeley, Service & co, [1952].
320 p. front., illus., plates. 22 cm. (The Lonsdale library. vol. xiii)
Printed in Great Britain.

Smith, Arthur Croxton
The complete book of sporting dogs. A fully illustrated history and description of all breeds contains the kennel club. Agreed Standards and additional chapters of general interest.
Above information from the cover since library is missing title page [London: Andrew Dakers, 1951] Being a section of dog since 1900.

Smith, Arthur Croxton
Gun Dog, Being a section of dogs since 1990.
London: Andrew Darker [1951] (c.1950)
The complete books of Gun Dogs. A fully illustrated history and description of all breeds containing the kennel club agreed standards.

Smith, Arthur Croxton
Terries Being a section of Dog since 1900.
London: Andrew Darker [1951] (c.1950)
Cover title: The complete book of Terries. A fully illustrated history and description of all breeds. Containing the kennel club agree standards.

Smith, Arthur Croxton
Non-sporting and pet dogs.
Being a section of dog since 1900.
London: Andrew Dakers [1951] (c.1950)
Cover title: The Complete book of non-sporting and pet dogs. A fully illustrated history and description of all the breeds containing the kennel club agree standards.

Smith, Arthur W.W., 1825-1861.
The Thames angler. London; Chapman and Hall. 1860.
80 p. front., vignettes.
Quarter leather binding with original illustrated paper cover.

Smith, George.
The angler's magazine, or, Necessary and delightful store-house, wherein every thing proper to be known relating to his art, is digested in such a method as to assist his knowledge and practice upon bare inspection... By a lover of that innocent and healthful diversion. London; Printed for W. Owen. 1754.
44 p.
Preface signed: G.S.

Smith, Harry Worcester, 1865-1945.
Life and sport in Aiken and those who made it. New York; The Derrydale press. [c.1935].
xi p., 237 p. mounted col. front., plates, ports., facsims. (1 fold.) 24.5 cm.
Maps on lining-paper; frontispiece accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress.
"Nine hundred and fifty copies . . . have been printed by Eugene V. Connett."

Smith, Jerome Van Crowinshield, 1800-1879.
Natural history of the fishes of Massachusetts, embracing a practical essay on angling. Boston; Allen and Ticknor. 1833.
viii, 399, [1] p. illus.
first edition (First American book on angling)

Smith, Jerome Van Crowinshield, 1800-1879.
Trout and angling, being part two of the Fishes of Massachusetts, first published in 1833 at Boston. New York; The Derrydale press. 1929.
64 p. 2 pl.
Title vignette (woodcut)
"Three hundred and twenty-five copies . . . have been printed by Eugene V. Connett at the Derrydale press."

Somerville, Edith Anna (Enone, 1858-1949.
Further experiences of an Irish R.M., by E.(E. Somerville and Martin Ross [pseud.]. With 35 illustrations. New York; Longmans, Green, and co. 1908.
viii, 315 p. front., illus., 19 pl. 20 cm.

Somerville, Edith Anna (Enone, 1858-1949.
In Mr. Knox's country, by E.(E. Somerville and Martin Ross [pseud.]. With 8 illustrations. New York, London; Longmans, Green and co. 1915.
vii, 311, [1] p. 8 col. pl. (incl. front.) 20 cm.

Somerville, Edith Anna (Enone, 1858-1949.
Some Irish yesterdays, by E.(E. Somerville and Martin Ross [pseud.]. Illustrated. London, New York; Longmans, Green and co. 1906.
viii, 249, [22] p. front., illus., 23 pl. 19.5 cm.
Reprinted from various periodicals.

Southard, Charles Zibeon.
The evolution of trout and trout fishing in America. New York; E.P. Dutton & co. 1928.
254 p. front (port.) col. plates, maps, diagrs.

The Sporting oracle and almanack of rural life, for 1841. Edited by "Vates." Embellished by twelve highly finished illustrations... by R.B. Davis...
London; A.H. Baily & co. 1841.
80 p. plates.

"The Sportsman," compiled and edited by sportsman's Shooting and deerstalking...
London; "British sports and sportsmen." 1913.
359 p. plates (ports.) incl. front. illus.
At head of title: British sports and sportsmen.
"This edition is limited to one thousand copies, of which this no. 37."

The sportsman in Ireland. By a cosmopolite. A new edition with illustrations by P. Chenevix Trench.
London, New York; Edward Arnold. 1897.
306 p. 6 col. plates incl. front. illus.
Attributed to "John Dix, afterwards Ross," by Cushing; to Sergeant Allen of the Irish bar by H.E. Maxwell in his reprint of the work in the Sportsman's library (v. 3, 1897); to Robert Allan by Halkett and Laing; to Sarjeant Allen by C. Stonehill, Anon. and pseud.
"Condensed edition of a work published on two volumes in 1840."

The Sportsman's companion or an Essay on shooting. Illustriously shewing in what manner to fire at Birds of Game, in various directions and situation... With other useful and interesting particulars relative thereto. By a Gentleman who has made shooting his favorite amusement upwards of twenty-six years, in Great Britain, Ireland, and North America.
New York; E.R. Gee. 1930.
52 p.
First printed in 1783. This limited edition reprint was made from the second edition of 1791.

The Sportsman's companion; or, An essay on shooting. By a gentleman, who has made shooting his favourite amusement upwards of twenty-six years, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and North America. Newly annotated and illustrated by Jan Thornton.
Harrisburg, Pa.; Stackpole & Heck. 1948.
xxv, 186 p. illus. 22 cm. [and] New York; Stack pole & Heck 1948
With facsimiles of title-pages of the first (1783) and other editions.

The sportsman's dictionary: or, The country gentleman's companion in all rural recreations. With full and particular instructions for hawking, hunting, fowling, setting, fishing, racing, riding, cocking. With the method of breeding, curing, dieting and ordering of horses, dogs, pigeons, cocks, etc. Extracted from the most celebrated English and French authors, ancient and modern. With large improvements, made by several gentlemen. Illustrated with near thirty copper-plates. The second edition.
London; Printed for J. Osborn. 1744.
[A]- Aaa2 in eights. 25 plates incl. front., some fold.

The Sportsman's portfolio of American field sports. New York; E.R. Gee. 1929.
43 p. illus.
Reprint of the original 1855 edition published at Boston by M.M. Ballou. Includes facsimile title-page.
"Four hundred copies... has been printed by Eugene V. Connett at the Derry Dale press"

Sporting books, with color plate
First editions library sets and other books formerly in the library of the brook well-known New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc.1948.
(public auction sale October 18th at 2pm.)

Sport and pastime:
from the fourteenth through the eighteenth century. Illustrated guide to an exhibition March 25, 1946-June 29, 1946.
New York: The Pierpont Morgan Library
Cover title.

Sprake, Leslie Cecil.
The Labrador retriever, its history, pedigrees, strains, points, breeding and management; with a list of field trials and bench champions, by Leslie Sprake ("Middle Wallop") and a chapter on early history, with pedigrees, by Lord George Scott.
London; H.F. & G. Witherby. [1933].
132 p. front., plates, fold. tables, diagr. 19 cm.

Stewart, Frank Algernon, 1877
'Cross country with hounds by F. A. Steward
[Illustrated by the author]
New York; Charles Scribner's son 1937

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler; or, The art of trout fishing, more particularly applied to clear water.
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black. 1857.
193 p., illus.
First (?) edition

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler; or, The art of trout fishing, more particularly applied to clear water.
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black. 1857.
195 p. illus.
"Second edition."

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing, more particularly applied to clear water. 3rd edition.
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1857.
224 p. illus.

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water. 4th edition, revised and enlarged.
Edinburgh; A. and C. Black. 1861.
214 p. illus.

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water. 5th edition, revised and enlarged.
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1867.
215 p. illus.
Publisher notice tip in: "A new work ON THE SALMON by W. C. Steward."

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout fishing more particularly applied to clear water. 6th edition, revised and enlarged.
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1874. 228 p. illus.

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water. 7th edition.
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1877.
228 p. illus.

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water...
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1883.
228 p. illus.
"Eighth edition."

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water. New edition, with an introduction by W. Earl Hodgson...
London; Adam and Charles Black. 1905.
228 p. illus. 6 col. pl.
"And including coloured Facsimiles of the files used by Mr. Steward"

Stewart, William C., d. 1872.
The practical angler or The art of trout-fishing more particularly applied to clear water. New edition with introduction and note by W. Earl Hodgson.
London; Adam and Charles Black. 1907.
212 p. illus.
Six colored plates in pocket at back of book.

Stirling, John.
Fifty years with the rod, with essays on what we know of the salmon and the Scottish seatrout.
London; Philip Allan & co. 1929.
316 p. 9 plates incl. col. frontispiece.

Stoddard, Herbert L.
The bobwhite quail; its habits, preservation and increase.
New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1931.
3 p. 1., ix-xxix, 559 p. illus., lxix pl. (part col., incl. front.) diagrs. 26.5 cm.
A summary of the findings of the cooperative quail investigation, which was carried on in the Thomasville-Tallahassee region and neighboring states from March 17, 1924 to July 1, 1929.
With special chapters by various contributors.

Stoddard, John Tappan, 1852-1919.
The science of billiards, with practical applications.
Boston; W.A. Butterfield. 1913. 160 p. diagrs.

Stoddart, Thomas Tod, 1810-1880.
The angler's companion the rivers and lochs of Scotland.
Edinburgh and London; William Blackwood and sons. 1847.
xxiv, 431, [1] p. incl. front., illus. col. pl., map. 19.5 cm.

Stoddart, Thomas Tod, 1810-1880.
The angler's companion to the rivers and lochs of Scotland. Edited with an introduction by Sir Herbert Maxwell, bt. Containing numerous plates in colour and other illustrations.
Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott co. 1923.
320 p. col. front., illus., col. plates, map.
Reprint of the second English edition, London, 1853.

Stoddart, Thomas Tod, 1810-1880.
An angler's rambles and angling songs.
Edinburgh; Edmonston & Douglas. 1866.
xiii p., 410 p. 20 cm.

Stone, Livingston, 1836-1912.
Domesticated trout. How to breed and grow them. 4th edition. Charlestown, N. H.; For sale at the Cold spring trout ponds. 1893.
xiv, 367 p. incl. front., illus. 18 cm.

Sturgis, William Bayard.
Fly-tying. Drawings by the author.
New York, London, Charles Scribner's sons, ltd. 1940. xii p., 254 p. col. front., illus., plates. 21 cm.

Suffling, Ernest Richard.
The land of the broads. A practical guide for yachtsmen, anglers, tourists, and other pleasure-seekers on the broads and rivers of Norfolk and Suffolk.
London; L.U. Gill. 1885. iv p., 80 p. fold. map. 18.5 cm.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
"Ask Mamma;" or, The richest commoner in England. By the author of "Handley Cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc., etc. With illustrations by John Leech.
London; Bradbury, Evans & co. 1872. 412 p. col. front., illus., col. plates.
"First published in 1858"

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
Hillingdon hall; or, The cockney squire, a tale of country life. By the author of "Handley Cross," "Jorrock's jaunts and jollities," etc. With twelve illustrations in colour by Wildrake-Heath-Jellicoe [pseud.].
New York; William Farquhar Payson. [1933]. 519 p. col. front., col. plates. Introduction by Siegfried Sassoon.
Edition limited to 1000 copies for England and 1000 copies for the United States of which this is no. 921 of the United States issue.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
The hunting tours of Surtees (creator of Jorrocks). Edited with introduction by E.D. Cuming. Illustrations in colour by George Denholm Armour and from contemporary prints.
Edinburgh and London, Williams Blackwood and sons; New York, Charles Scribner's sons. 1927. 332 p. col. front., plates (part col.) ports.
"Selections from Surtees' Hunting tours" [Papers contributed to the Sporting magazine and the New sporting magazine, 1829-1832.] - Introduction.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
Mr. Jorrocks' lectors from Handley Cross. With illustrations by G. Denholm Armour.
New York and London; Hodder and Stoughton. 1910.
149 p. 25 col. mount. plates incl. front.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1803-1864.
Mr. Sponge's sporting tour. By the author of "Handley Cross," "Jorrocks's jaunts," etc. etc. With illustrations by John Leech.
London; Bradbury and Evans. 1860. 408 p. illus. plates (part col.)
First published in 1853

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
Robert Smith Surtees (creator of "Jorrocks") 1803-1864, by himself and E.D. Cuming. 2nd impression.
Edinburgh and London; William Blackwood and sons. 1924.
339 p. front. (port.)

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
Thoughts on hunting and other matters, by Robert Smith Surtees and John Jorrocks [pseud.] Illustrated by Geo. Denholm Armour.
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and sons; New York, Charles Scribner's sons. 1925.
291 p. Introduction by E.D. Cuming.
"Second Impression"

Tattersall, George, 1817-1849, editor.
The new sporting almanack, a manual of instruction and amusement. Edited by "Wildrake" [pseud.].
London; Rudolph Ackermann.
1844. 82 p. front., plates, illus.
Has added t.-p. engraved.

Taunton, Thomas Henry.
Portraits of Elebrated Racehorse of the past and present centuries in strictly chronological order, commencing in 1702 and ending in 1870. Together with their respective pedigrees and performance recorded in full.
London: Sampson low, Marston, Searle & Rivington.
In four volumes.
Front., illus.

Taverner, Eric.
Trout fishing from all angles; a complete guide to modern methods. A chapter on Trout scales by G. Herbert Nall... The legal aspect of fishing by Alban Bacon. With two hundred & fifty illustrations.
Philadelphia J.B. Lippincott company [nd]
448 p. front., illus. (incl. map) plates. 22 cm. (The Lonsdale library)
"Printed in Great Britain" [1929].

Theakston, Michael.
British angling flies. Revised and annotated by Francis M. Walbran. Woodcut illustrations; and illustrated with drawings of natural flies.
Ripon, William Harrison; [NorthYorkshire] London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington. [1888].
145 p. illus., 8 pl. Preface dated: 1888. "Second edition."

Thompson, John Baptiste de Macklot, 1872 -
Modern bait and fly casting, by Ozark Ripley [pseud.].
New York, London; D. Appleton & company. 1928. ix, [1] p., 3-249, [1] p. front., plates. 19 cm.

Thomson, James.
The value and importance of the Scottish fisheries, comprehending fully every circumstance connected with their present position.
London; Smith, Elder and co. [etc.] 1849. xi, [13]-214 p. 18.5 cm.

Thorpe, Thomas Bangs, 1815-1878.
The hive of "The bee-hunter," a repository of sketches, including peculiar American character, scenery, and rural sports. ...Illustrated by sketches from nature.
New York [and] London D. Appleton and co. 1854. 312 p.

Tidy, Gordon.
Surtees on fishing. With seven hand-coloured facsimiles of old prints.
London: Constable & Co. LTD 1931.
63, [1] p. col. front., 6 col. pl. 23.5 cm.
"This edition is limited to five hundred copies."

Tombleson's panoramic atlas of the River Thames and Medway
extending from Cirencester to Southend. With 46 page guide from Oxford to Southend
London; Bacon & co., ltd. n.d.
46 p. 8 maps. front.

Travers, Jerome Dunstan, 1887 -
Travers' golf book. ...With forty-eight illustrations.
New York; The Macmillan company. 1913.
vi p., 242 p. col. front., 1 illus., plates. 20 cm.

Trent, William Peterfield, 1862 -
Verses... With decorations by Frank Walter Taylor...
Philadelphia; The Alfred M. Slocum co. 1899. 138 p.
Printed in black and red.

Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882.
Hunting sketches; introduction by Cedric Ellsworth Smith; decorations by Ned King.
Hartford, Conn.; Edwin Valentine Mitchell. 1929.
125 p. "Designed by Robert S. Josephy."

Turrell, Walter John, 1865 -
Ancient angling authors.
London; Gurney and Jackson. 1910.
xiii p., 239, [1] p. front., illus., facsims. 19 cm.

Turrell. Ancient angling authors. London. 1910.
Original. Has interesting t.-p's in reproduction. Most of them are from books already suggested.

Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933, editor.
A creelful of fishing stories, a pastime book. Embellishments by Robert Ball.
New York, London; C. Scribner's sons. 1932.
xvii, 419, [1] p. illus. 20 cm.

Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933.
Days off, and other digressions.
New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1907.
6p. 1., 3-322 p. col. front., 7 col. pl. 20 cm.

Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933.
Fisherman's luck and some other uncertain things.
New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1899. 247 p. front. illus.

Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933.
Little rivers. A book of essays in profitable idleness.
New York; Charles Scribner's sons. 1898.
viii, 291 p. front., illus., plates. 20.5 cm.
"Cameo edition, reset."

Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933.
The travel diary of angler.
New York; The Derrydale press. 1929.
6 p. 1., 3-143, [1] p., front., plates, ports. 24 cm.
Seven hundred and fifty copies have been printed.

Van Dyke, Theodore Strong, 1842 -
Flirtation camp: or, The rifle, rod and gun in California. A sporting romance.
New York; Fords, Howard & Hulbert. 1881. 299 p.

Van Nest, Abraham Rynier, 1823-1892.
Memoir of the Rev. Geo. W. Bethune, D.D.
New York; Sheldon and co. 1867.
446 p. front. (port)
Chapter viii p.199-225, deals with fishing and forest life.

Van Winkle, William Mitchell, 1885 -
Henry William Herbert (Frank Forester) a bibliography of his writings, 1832-1858, compiled by William Mitchell Van Winkle, with the bibliographical assistance of David A. Randall.
Portland, Me.; The Southworth-Anthoensen press. 1936.
xviii, 189 p. front. (port.) plates, facsims. 24 cm.

Varro, Marcus Terentius.
The three books of M. Terentius Varro concerning agriculture. Translated by the Rev. T... Owen.
Oxford; At the University press, for the Author: and sold. 1800.
257 p.

Venables, Robert, 1612-1687.
The experienc'd angler: or angling improv'd. Being a general discourse of angling; imparting many of the aptest wayes and choicest experiments for the taking of most sorts of fish in pond or river.
London; Printed for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop in St. Dunstans church-yard, Fleet-street. 1662.
105 p. engr. front. and illus.

Venables, Robert, 1612-1687.
The experienced angler. By Col. Robert Venables... Embellished with numerous engravings of fish.
London; T. Gosden. 1827.
Includes reproduction of original title-page, London, 1662; also, of added engraved title-page.

Venables, Robert.
The experienced angler.
London; T. Gosden. 1827.
Includes reproduction of original t.-p. of 1662. Also of added engraved t.-p. There is also a copy of the first edition.

Walden, Howard Talbot, 1897 -
Upstream & down. Illustrated by Milton C. Weiler.
New York; The Macmillan co. c.1938.
367 p. plates.
"This book is a distillation of the ideas I have had about trout fishing." -Preface.

Walker, Charles Edward.
Amateur fish culture...
Westminster; A. Constable & co., ltd. 1901.
101 p. illus.
The chapters of this book first appeared as articles in Land and Water

Walsh, John Henry, 1810-1888.
British rural sports: comprising shooting, hunting, coursing, fishing, hawking, racing, boating, pedestrianism, with all rural games and amusements. By Stonehenge [pseud.]... Illustrated by Wells, Harvey, Hind, &c. Ninth edition, with numerous additions.
London, Frederick Warne and co.; New York, Scribner, Welford and Armstrong. 1873. 872 p. illus., plates.

Walsingham, Thomas De Grey, 6th baron, 1843-1919.
Shooting; by Lord Walsingham and Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey, bt. ...
London and Longmans, Green, and co. 1886.
2 v. fronts., illus., plates. 19.5 cm.
(Half-title: The Badminton library of sports and pastimes) Library has limited edition, copies no. 154 and 226.
Large paper edition limited 250 copies.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The compleat angler: or, Contemplative man's recreation. In two parts. Containing, I. A. large and particular account of rivers, fish-ponds, fish, and fishing. The best and fullest instructions how to angle for a trout and grayling in a clear stream. By Charles Cotton... and published by Mr. Walton. Comprising all that has been accounted valuable, instructive, or curious. Interspersed with A variety of practical experiments. With exact representations of all the fish. Carefully and correctly published, from the best editions... By Moses Browne. To which are added, The laws of angling; and an Appendix...
London; Printed and sold by Henry Kent. 1750.
312 p. front., illus., plates.
Illustrations and plates by H. Burgh.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton: extensively embellished with engravings on copper and wood, from original paintings and drawings by first-rate artists. To which are added, an introductory essay; the Linnaean arrangement of the various river-fish delineated in the work; and illustrative notes.
London; John Major. 1823.
411 p. illus., plates, front. (port.)

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler; or, Contemplative man's recreation. By Isaac Walton and Charles Cotton. Embellished with portraits of the authors and engravings of the river-fish, described in the work.
London; Printed for William Cole. [1828].
314 p. fronts. (ports.) illus.
A reprint of the fifth edition of 1676.

Walton, Izaak.
Complete Angler or the contemplative man's recreation of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton, edited by John Major.
Four edition. London: D. Bogue, 1844

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler; or, The contemplative man's recreation. And instructions how to angle for a trout or grayling in a clear stream, by Charles Cotton. With copious notes, for the most part original, a bibliographical preface, giving an account of fishing and fishing-books, from the earliest antiquity to the time of Walton, and a notice of Cotton and his writings by the American editor. To which is added an appendix, including illustrative ballads, music, papers on American fishing, and the most complete catalogue of books on angling, etc., ever printed. Also, a general index to the whole work...
New York and London; Wiley & Putnam. 1847.
2 v. in 1. fronts. (ports.) illus., plates.
Plates are from the fourth Major edition of Walton's Angler; woodcuts by John William Orr.
Library has two copies one has the original pictorial and its owned by the author of sporting book by William Van Winkle. The other is rebound in quarter leather.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler or the contemplative man's recreation, being a discourse of rivers, fish-ponds, fish and fishing written by Izaak Walton and instructions how to angle for a trout or grayling in a clear stream by Charles Cotton, with original memoirs and notes by Sir Harris Nicolas...
London; Nattali and Bond. 1860.
2 v. front., illus., plates, port.
"Second edition."

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler; or, The contemplative man's recreation. Being a fac-simile reprint of the first edition, published in 1653.
New York; Baker & Taylor. [1885].
246 p.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler, or The contemplative man's recreation, of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton. With an introduction by James Russell Lowell.
Boston; Little, Brown, and company. 1889.
2 v. fronts., illus., plates, port., facsim. 21 cm.
Limited edition of 150 number copies this no. 124 in both volumes.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler or the contemplative man's recreation of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton. Edited by John Major.
New York, G.P. Putnam's sons; London, J.C. Nimmo. 1889.
445 p. illus., fronts. (ports.) plates.
Appended is: The practical fly-fisher by John Jackson of Tanfield Mill.
London; J.C. Nimmo. 1889.
16 p. 9 col. plates.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The compleat angler or the contemplative man's recreation: being a discourse of fish and fishing not unworthy the perusal of most anglers. A new edition edited with an Introduction by Andrew Lang, and illustrated by E.J. Sullivan.
London; J.M. Dent and co., at Aldine House. 1896.
319 p. illus.
"The text here reprinted is, in the main, that of Sir Harris Nicolas, which was printed from Walton's Fifth Edition, 1676"

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The complete angler; or, The contemplative man's recreation. Being a facsimile reprint of the first edition published in 1653. With preface by Richard Le Gallienne.
London; Elliot Stock. 1896.
246 p. illus.
Includes facsimile of the original title-page.

Walton, Izaak.
Complete Angler or the contemplative man's recreation [illustrations by Ernest Townsend]
(N.P.) Privately Printed [1937] 237p. illus.
"This Special Edition has been privately printed by Caxton Press for presentation to friends of the house and their friends."

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683
The Complete Angler or the contemplative man's recreation. Being a discourse of rivers fish-ponds fish and fishing written by Izaak Walton and instruction how to angle for a trout or grayling in a clear stream by Charles Cotton with original memoirs and notes by sir Harris Nicolas K.C.M.G. and sixty illustration from design by Stothard and Anshipp
London: Chatto and Windus 1887.
New editon.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683
The complete angler. The lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker Herbert and Sanderson with love and truth and miscellaneous writing edited by Geoffrey Keynes illustration by Thomas Poulton and Charles Sigrist.
[Bloomsburry, London] The Nonesuch Press 1929.
On spine: The complete Walton "This edition consist of 1100 copies for sale in England by The Nonesuch Press"... this copy is 960.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The life of Dr. Sanderson, late bishop of Lincoln. To which is added, some short tracts or cases of conscience, written by the said bishop.
London; R. Marriott. 1678.
[237], 167 (i.e. 171), [14], 169-276 (i.e. 278) p. front. (port.) 18 cm.
Each of tracts has special t.-p.
Walton, Izaak. Life of Dr. Sanderson. London; Marriott. 1678.
The Turrell book has a reproduction of the original T.-p. of Walton's Complete angler. We have no first edition, 1653, but quite a few others.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
Izaak Walton. Selections arranged by A.T. Quiller-Couch.
Oxford at the Clarendon Press. [1914?].
48 p.
On cover: Select English classics, Walton, Bunyan, Defoe. Oxford local examinations 1914.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert, and Sanderson. With some account of the author and his writings.
Boston, Hilliard, Gray and company; Cambridge, Brown, Shattuck and co.1833 [c.1832.]
2 v. 18.5 cm. (Library of old English prose writers. no. 5 and 6)
Library has vol. 1 only of 2 vol. set.
Editor's preface signed: Alexander Young.
"Some account of the life and writings of Izaak Walton," by Thomas Zouch.

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
The lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Knight, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert and Doctor Robert Sanderson.
New York; Privately printed for the Scott-Thaw co. 1904.
269 p. plates (ports.) includ. front., engr. t.-p. (The Chiswick library of noble authors)
Printed in black and red at the Chiswick press, London.
"Of this edition of Walton's lives two hundred and ten copies have been printed for the United States of America, and of these copies two hundred only are for sale. This is no. 75."
Signed by the publisher Scott Thaw

Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683.
Waltoniana: inedited remains in verse and prose of Izaak Walton. With notes and preface by Richard Herne Shepherd.
London; Pickering and co. 1878.
[128] p.

Ward, Francis.
Animal life under water. With 5 colour and 48 half-tone plates.
London, New, ITC,: CASSELL and company 1919.
x, 178 p. col. front., plates (part col.; 1 fold.) 21.5 cm.

Ward, Francis.
Marvels of fish life as revealed by the camera. Profusely illustrated with photographs from nature.
London, New York; Cassell and co., ltd. 1911.
196 p. col. front., plates.

Water Dog (From Sportsman's Cabinet), 1803-1804.
Excerpt from: [The Sportman's Cabinet:or a correct delineation of the various dogs used in the sports of the field: including the canine race in general consisting of a series of engraving of every distinct breed, from original painting, take from life]
London: J. Cundee 1803/04
Pages 217-226 illus
Loosely inserted illustrated cards entitle "Wild duck shooting" a 3x5 to Franklin B. Lord by Sportfolio stationary

Watmough, Edmund Carmick, 1796-1848.
Scribblings and sketches, diplomatic, piscatory, and oceanic. By a fisher in small streams. 2nd edition, with additions.
Philadelphia; C. Sherman, printer. 1844.
viii, [9]-189 p. 20 cm.
Erroneously ascribed to William Linn Brown, also to Edward Coxe Watmough.

Watson, James, 1845 -
The dog book. A popular history of the dog, with practical information as to care and management of house, kennel, and exhibition dogs; and descriptions of all the important breeds.
New York; Doubleday, Page & company. 1906.
2 v. fronts., illus., plates. 25.5 cm.

Wayth, C.
Trout fishing: or, The river Darent. A rural poem.
London; J. Mortimer. 1845.
71 p.

Weber "Movingram" method of Fly-Casting instructions: Complete in this book...
[Stevens Point. Wisconsin: Weber lifelike Fly co. 19341] 32p, Illus.
Cover title.

Wells, Henry Parkhurst, 1842 -
The American salmon fisherman. illustrated
New York; Harper & brothers. 1886.
1 p. 1., iv, [5]-166 p. front., illus., map. 19 cm.

Wells, Henry Parkhurst, 1842 -
Fly-rods and fly-tackle; suggestions as to their manufacture and use.
New York; Harper & brothers. 1885.
364 p. illus.

Westwood, John Obadiah, 1805-1893.
An introduction to the modern classification of insects; founded on the natural habits and corresponding organisation of the different families.
London; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1839-40.
2 v. col. front. (v.1) illus.

Westwood, Thomas, 1814?-1888.
Bibliotheca piscatoria; a catalogue of books on angling, the fisheries and fish-culture, with bibliographical notes and an appendix of citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. By T. Westwood and T. Satchell.
London; W. Satchell. 1883.
397 p.

Westwood, Thomas, 1814?-1888.
The chronicle of the "Compleat angler" of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton; being a bibliographical record of its various phases and mutations.
London; Willis and Sotheran. 1864.
64 p.

Westwood, Thomas, 1814?-1888.
A new bibliotheca piscatoria; or, general catalogue of angling and fishing literature. With bibliographical notes and data.
London; The "Field" office. 1861.
78 p.

Wetzel, Charles McKinley, 1901 -
Practical fly fishing, containing modern fly fishing methods, the fly fisher's entomology and how to tie flies. Illustrations by the author.
Boston; The Christopher publishing house. [1943].
xi p., 15-283 p. front., illus. 20 cm.

White, Charles, 1795-1861.
Sporting scenes and country characters. By Martingale [pseud.]. With numerous illustrations on wood.
London; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans. 1840.
2 p. 1., [ix]-xii, 332 p. illus. 21 cm.

White, Frederick, 1869 -
J. Smith, Spicklefisherman by Frederick White, Author of "The Whirling Dervish".
[New York; Scribner. c.1923-24].
(from Scribner's magazine, p. 149-160, August, 1923)
Illustrations by A. B. Frost.
Tip in two typed signed letters between Franklin B Lord and the author Frederick White

White, Frederick, 1869 -
The spicklefisherman and others.
New York; The Derrydale press. c.1928.
112 p. front., illus.
"Seven hundred and seventy-five copies of this book have been printed at the Derrydale Press by Eugene V. Connett."
Inscribe by the author to Franklin B. Lord

White, Luke Matthews, 1909 -
Henry William Herbert & the American publishing scene 1831-1858.
Newark, N.J.; The Carteret book club. 1943.
71 p. front., plates.
Copy no. 127 of 200 numbered copies on special rag paper.
Inserted 2 packet 2 page letter written and signed by Henry W. Herbert.

Whitney, Leon Fradley, 1894 -
The basis of breeding.
New Haven, Conn.; E. C. Fowler. 1928.
260 p.
Inscribed to "Franklin B. Lord" by the author and dated New Haven, Conn. Sept 29th, 1930

Williamson, John.
The British angler; or, A pocket-companion for gentlemen-fishers. Being a new and methodical treatise of the art of angling: Comprehending all that is curious and useful in the knowledge of that polite diversion... Embellished with copper-plates curiously engraved. The whole compiled from approved authors, and above thirty years experience.
London; Printed for J. Hodges. 1740.
318 p. front. 3 fold. pl.
Library has two copies

Williamson, Thomas.
The complete angler's vade-mecum; being a perfect code of instruction on the above pleasing science: wherein are detailed, a great variety of original practices and inventions; together with all that can contribute to the sportsman's amusement and success. Illustrated with engravings. By Captn. T. Williamson.
London; Thomas Gosden. 1825.
316 p. 6 pl.

Willis Bund, John William Bund, 1843-1928.
A handy book of fishery management.
London; Lawrence and Bullen, ltd. 1899.
xii, 280 p. 18 cm.
Inscribed by the author with "kind regards" and dated "July 1899"

Wilson, James, 1795-1856.
The rod and the gun; being two treatises on angling and shooting. By James Wilson... and by the author of "The Oakleigh shooting code."
Edinburgh; Adam and Charles Black. 1840.
439 p. front., plates and illus., engr.
A revised edition of two articles first published in the sixth edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Wilson, John, 1785-1854.
The recreations of Christopher North [pseud.].
Edinburgh and London; W. Blackwood and sons. 1842.
3 v.

Wilson-Browne, A. E.
Priced catalogue of the collection of books on angling formed by A.E. Wilson-Browne, of Sutton Coldfield.
Birmingham; Stanford & Mann, ltd. 1924.
3 p. 1., [5]-73 p. 24.5 cm.

Wilson, Eugene Edward
A Pilgrimage of anglers ["pencil rendering by Katherine Wilso"]
Heartford Connecticut: Printed by Connecticut Printed 1952
Limited numbered edition this #7.
Inscribed to H. Palmer by the author.

Winn, Matt J., 1862 -
Down the stretch; the story of Colonel Matt J. Winn, as told to Frank G. Menke.
New York; Smith & Durrell. [1945].
xviii, 299 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23.5 cm.

Youatt, William, 1776-1847.
The dog. Edited, with additions, by E.J. Lewis, M.D.
Philadelphia; Blanchard and Lea. 1853.
403 p. incl. front., illus., plates.
Engraved t.-p. dated 1852.
First printing, 1847.

Younger, John, 1785-1860?
River angling for salmon and trout. With a memoir and list of Tweed salmon casts. Kelso: J. & J.H. Rutherfurd;
Edinburgh: William Blackwood & sons. 1864.
220 p. front. (port.)

Zabriskie, George Albert, 1868 -
The Chesapeake affair.
New York; New York Historical Society. 1944.
16 p. (Reprint from New York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, October 1944)

Zabriskie, George A.
Fishermen's philosophy; being the reflections of several contemplative anglers which I think not unworthy the perusal of my friends. Geo. A. Zabriskie, "The Doldrums,"
Ormond Beach, Florida, 1935.
22 p. illus.
Privately printed.
Inscribed by the author to Franklin B. Lord and dated March 10? 1947 with a fishing hook taped are the inscribition.

Zern, Edward Geary, 1910 -
How to tell fish from fishermen; or, A plague on both your houses. With entirely too many illustrations by the author.
New York; D. Appleton-Century Co. [1947].
xii, 98 p. illus. 25 cm.

Zouch, Thomas, 1737-1815.
The life of Isaac Walton; including notices of his contemporaries.
London; Septimus Prowett. 1823.
93 p. front. (port.) engr. plates.