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Illustration of an Angler, from The Treatyse of Ffysshynge wyth an Angle.

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ANGLING AUTHORS

BY W. J. TURRELL

“Fishing, if I a fisher may protest,
Of pleasures is the sweet'st, of sports the best,
Of exercises the most excellent.
Of recreations the most innocent.
But now the sport is marde, and wott ye why?
Fishes decrease, and fishers multiply.”

Chrestoleros, THOMAS BASTARD, 1598.

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GURNEY AND JACKSON
10 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON, E.C.

1910

(RECAP) Poney 4222

9167

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TO

THOSE BRETHREN OF THE ANGLE

“THAT HATE CONTENTIONS, AND LOVE QUIETNESSE, AND

VERTUE, AND ANGLING"

THIS WORK IS FRATERNALLY DEDICATED

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