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In small 8vo., price 3s. 6d., cloth gilt,
RIVER'S SIDE; or, the Trout and Grayling, and How to Take Thom.

By Sir RANDAL ROBERTS, Bart.

In large post 8vo., price 2s., cloth,
TREATISE on HARNESS, SADDLES, and BRIDLES: their History

and Manufacture, from the earliest times down to the present period. By A. DAVIS.

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In post 4to., price 1s. 6d.; by post, 1s. 8d. THE HE ANGLER'S DIARY, wherein the Angler can register his take of fish

throughout the year. The system is extremely simple and useful, and will commend itself to fishermen. The List of Fishing Stations has been greatly enlarged and carefully revised.

In post 4to., price 1s.; in cloth, 1s. 6d.; by post, 1s. 2d. and 1s. 8d. THE SHOOTER'S DIARY; or, Forms for Registering Game Killed during

the Year. These forms can be used either to show the amount of game killed by the individual sportsman or the total produce of a manor, or both together, and are, therefore, especially valuable to sportsmen and game preservers. A Debit and Credit account is also added, which shows at a glance the absolute cost of a shooting. A List of some of the Principal Shooting Stations throughout the World is also given.

In large post 8vo., HE RAIL AND THE ROD; or, the Tourist-Angler's Guide to Waters and Quarters Thirty Miles round London. By GREVILLE FENNELL.

No. 1. The Great Eastern Railway. Price 1s., cloth Is. 6d.
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No. 3. The South-Western Railway. Price 1s., cloth 1s. 6d.

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Price 6s. 6d. HE LAWS relating to SALMON FISHING in GREAT BRITAIN ;

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England and Scotland, and the whole of the Scotch Bye-law8. By THOMAS BAKER, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, of the Salmon Fisheries Office, Author of the “Laws relating to Public Health,” the “Laws relating to Burials," &c., &c.

“A Digest of this and the Act of 1861 has been carefully prepared by Mr. Baker, the Secretary to the Fishery Office, and has been published; it will be found very useful to Boards of Conservators, Magistrates, and all who are interested and take an active part in fishery preservation.”—Mr. Ffennell's Fifth Annual Report on Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales, 2nd May, 1866.

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