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The fly-fisher's entomology, with colored representations of the natural and artificial insect : and a few observations and instructions on trout-and grayling-fishing / by Alfred Ronalds : With twenty colored plates
Bib ID 2373824
Format BookBook
Author
Ronalds, Alfred
 
Edition Fifth edition revised / with additions by Piscator. 
Description London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1856 
8o xiv, 132 p. : plates (part col.) ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Printer: Spottiswoode, London.

Revised, with additions by Piscator i.e. William Hughes cf. Halkett & Laing.

With the signature: E. S. Bowlby.

Subjects Flies, Artificial.  |  Fishing.
Other authors/contributors Hughes, William, 1803-1861

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