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Prose halieutics or ancient and modern fish tattle / by C. David Badham
Bib ID 409564
Format BookBook
Author
Badham, Charles David, 1806-1857
 
Description London : John W. Parker and Son, 1854 
xii, 552 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

"Much of thie matter ... has already appeared in a series in Fraser's magazine."--p. [v]

Subjects Fishes.  |  Fishing -- History.
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