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The pleasure of princes, or, good mens recreations : Containing, a discourse of the generall art of fishing, with the angle, or otherwise...Together with the choyce, ordring, breeding, and dyetting off the fighting cock
Bib ID 3042561
Format BookBook
Author
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637
 
Description London : printed by Iohn Norton, for Henry Tavnton, 1635 
4o (4) 54 pp. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

STC 17358.

This work forms a part of the second booke of G. Markham's "English Husbandman". This copy is a duplicate of that portion off the edition of 1635. It probably was issued both separately and as part of the collection. It also appears in Markham's "Country Contentments".

With the bookplates of George Wilbraham and Bibliotheca Piscatoria Lynniana.

Subjects Fishing.  |  Fishing - Early works to 1800.  |  Cockfighting.
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The pleasures of princes.

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