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Tinsley Brothers, London, 1871, 1871. BARRY, W. [William]. Moorland and Stream, with Notes and Prose Idyls on Shooting and Trout Fishing. London : Tinsley Brothers, 18, Catherine St., Strand, 1871. First Edition. Contents: I: Pictures from an Irish Moorland: 1. Shaun Ruadha; 2. Andy Cotter; 3. The Barony of Threeneheila within Drum; 4. "In the Hard Grey Weather"; 5. On Greenlandat Duck-Flight. II: Pictures from the "Wisp": 1. An Old Sportman; 2. Memories of Glenaugh; 3. Beating the Springs and the Wood. III: Notes on Shooting: 1. Cock Shooting; 2. Grouse Shooting; 3. Wild-fowl Shooting; 4. PartridgeShooting; 5. Snipe Shooting; 6. Influence of Weather on Shooting; 7. Plover Shooting. IV: Trout Fishing: 1. An Idyl of the Wimple: "Chopin" in the Dusk -- Love and Angling -- The Capture of Beatrice and the Boy at the Fair;2. A May Idyl: The Daryl in May; 3. My Fishing Companions: By the River; 4.Notes on Trout Fishing: Early Trout Fishing -- Trout Fishing [in two parts]. Leather spine with marbled boards. Binding is tight with no damage to end papers. With no marks or inscriptions. A lovely copy of a scarce book. If you have any questions about the book please email me.
Author W Barry
Date 1871
Binding Board and Leather
Publisher Tinsley Brothers, London
Condition Very Good

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