LINES IN PLEASANT PLACES: BEING THE AFTERMATH OF AN OLD ANGLER. By William  Senior (

LINES IN PLEASANT PLACES: BEING THE AFTERMATH OF AN OLD ANGLER. By William Senior ("Red Spinner").

LOCHS AND LOCH FISHING. By Hamish Stuart, M.A., LL.B.

LOCHS AND LOCH FISHING. By Hamish Stuart, M.A., LL.B.

SALMONIA; OR, DAYS OF FLY FISHING. IN A SERIES OF CONSERVATIONS. WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE HABITS OF FISHES BELONGING TO THE GENUS SALMO. By An Angler. Second edition.

(1828) 1829 2nd edition. 12mo (110 x 169mm). Ppxvi,335,i. 6 engraved plates of views, engraved plates of natural and artificial flies, vignette engravings of fish. Original paper-covered boards.

The first three editions were published anonymously. Davy was President of the Royal Society. "It is distinguished by its scientific outlook, its serene Philosophy and extensive Information. Well balanced and thoughtful, it is a pleasure to read, and will doubtless always rank highly in the scale of Angling Literature. Thomas Thorp catalogue 1973). The second and subsequent editions have six engraved views in addition to the three fly plates.
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Author Davy (Sir Humphry, Bart.).
Book Code 47343
ISBN B001AVYEHI
Book Description Original boards, though detached and very badly worn. Spine almost completely lacking. Text block is clean and so this would make a good binding copy. Sold with all faults.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1829
Publisher John Murray.
Place London.