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"ACADEMY OF COMPLIMENTS," 1650, H n. ! Anglers, Walton's character of the generality
“Angler's Song,” the, written by William
templation, 39; Lord Clarendon's opinion tains the only allusion to his having resided
at or near Stafford, xli.
Angling, verses in praise of, addressed to
xlix ; a song in praise of, made by Basse,
cxiv; the favourite amusement of Charles
regrets at taking leave of his home, clxxiv ;
160. the antiquity of, 24 n., 36; the art of, said
and of much use in other nations, 50;
ecclesiastical canons, as a harmless recrea-
and Mark Antony, 50 ; commendations
Dr Whitaker, a great lover of, 51 ; account
of memorable men, ornaments of the art
to prevent the return of the Danes, who postscript, touching the laws of, 212-214 ;
different sorts of, and directions for, 241,
et seq.; verses descriptive of the art and
by Quarles, Buyan, Pope, and Gay, 287 ;
Ankham, in Lincolnshire, famous for eels,
grayling "the flower of fishes,” 121. Ant-fly, the, a bait for chub, 69; directions
making the artificial, 261.
Lord Newport by Dr Donne the younger,
" Antidote against Melancholy," 8vo, 1669,
Antonia, the wife of Drusus, had a lamprey
209 n.; explanation of the term to vie rings, 119, 160 n.
Anus, the river, in Spain, 41.
ion colour, 41.
her father, Dr Stanhope, cci.
Archer, Charlotte, wife of Robert Turner, Avon, the river, 55 ; mentioned in one of
Drayton's sonnets, 196; the name com-
mon to many rivers in England, 230 *..
Awber, the river, 231.
Aylesbury, the town of, 195 r.
Aylmer, Dr, letter from Walton to Anthony
'Wood, in reply to an inquiry respecting
his death, xcix.
Mary, Countess-Dowager of, the wife BABYLON, carrier-pigeons used at, 27.
stone, 217 ».
118, 123, 125, 127, 139, 144, 149, 159, 160.
Bagley, or Baily, a clergyman, conp imeat-
ary verses addressed by him to Walton, on
the publication of the second edition of
Bagster, Mr, his account of the fishing.
for making, 100, 102-105 ; Cotton's direc- Baiting with a lob-worm, directions for, 93:
161; for flounders, 165; for grayling, 122,
Lond. 1651, 12mo, extract from, 101, 233. for minnows, 192; for perch, 157 ; for pike,
ruffe, 171 ; for the salmon, 127; for iench,
for preserving dead baits, 138.
the Talbot Inn at, 227 n.; said by Cotton Chronicle respecting the first introduction
Bakeweil, county of Derby, 230.
Balæna, or whirlpool, a fish found in the
Indian Sea, 42.
history, 43 ; biographical account of, 43 ". Bald buzzard, the, a species of hawk, 29.
balsami, cum suo cortice, Explanatio :
Barbel, the care taken by it of its spawn, 48;
unlawfully taken in the Thames and sold
him at Shepperton, 9th Aug. 1807, 170 1. fish, 69 ; description of the, its haunts, 167;
part of the arms of the ancient Earls of
caught by a fishing party at Shepperton,
Barker, Thomas, author of "The Art of
directions for fly-fishing adopted by Waltoil,
shoes, 189 n.
Barker, Elizabeth, widow of, ccv.
Barlow, Dr, Bishop of Lincoln, his letter to Beresford Hall, county of Stafford, Walton
supposed to have spent some weeks at, in
enjoyed by Charles Cotton, the father of
ment of, on the marriage of Charles
Cotton, the younger, clxxi; the grounds
near, planted by him, clxx ; settled on
timate with Walton, cxiv; composed the said to have been surrendered by him, in
257 ; engravings of the fishing-house,
Beresford, John, Esq., of Ashbourn, portrait
Bakewell, anecdote of Cotion related from John, Esq., of Newton Grange, county
of Derby, clxxxviii.
Beresford, of Beresford, county of Stafford,
March 1688; prebend of Wanstrow, in Berners, Dame Juliana, 29; extract from the
Bibliotheca sive Catalogus Scriptorum, Lat
Mis Burnet, cc.
Bird of Paradise, 43.
Bishop-fish, the story of the, 45 n.
Tradescant's house in Lambeth, 43. Black-blue duu fly, the, for July, directions
the, a good bait for bream, dace, and Black-fly, the, directions for making, 100,
at, 182 m.
Black hackle, the, for July, directions for
Black patches, worn by women of fashion,
Blagden, Mrs, the only living descendant of
cxxi, cxxxii, vide Hawkins.
Blague, Colonel, preserved the king's lesser
possessed by Charles Cotton, the father of imprisoned in the Tower, xlv. ; e caped
scription of, and baits and mode of angling
Bleak Hall, near Edmonton, liv, 64 n., 78.
B iss, Dr, a recipe for catching pike, from to Bishop Sanderson, during a period of
Bradley, A., his answer to the song " Poil-
residence of Mr George Barlow, xlv. Bradshaw, John, Esq., 237.
of the effects of Charles Cotton granted to found, 91; method of preserving it, 92 ;
the best bait for perch, 157:
comb Regis, county of Devon, Esq., xcvi, the first and second editions of the "Conie
plete Angler," 188 n.
in the larger lakes and still rivers of
Europe, and in the Caspian Sex, 148 m.;
highly esteemed by the French, 149; in-
stances of the high price of in the 1511
188; directions for angling for, 150, 152;
4to, Lond. 1000, supposed to have been 182.
Breton, Nicolas, the author of "Poste with
pos. “Brewsed Reide," the, by Dr Sibbs be-
plan for the compression of them re
the marriage of Charles Cotton, the lished Church, and allowing indu gences
to such as could not be brought within the
1777, to procure him all the editions of Commons, xcvi.
Walton's Lives, cxxiv, vide Johnson. Bright brown fly, directions for making, 254.
Bright dun gnai, the, directions for making,
Brightman, Mr, his comment on the Revela-
tion respecting strawberries quoted by Britannia,” Camden's, the edition of 1637,
Broderick, Sir Allan, a bequest made to by
his Life of Bishop Ken corrected, xxxix ; Brome, Alexander, complimentary verses
edi Fletcher's Comedy of “Monsieur
Mr Henry, of St Paul's Churchyard,
Bromlev, William, son of Sir William
Brookhouse, Anne, wife of Robert, of Bub- Buzzard, the, a species of hawk, 29.
Bysshe, Sir Edward, Clarenceux king-of-
Broughton, of Broughton, county of Staf Sir Henry Wotton, xlii.
ford, I 1.
inhabitants whereof make the timber for
Cadis or case worms, where found, 189, 191 ;
bury, married Anne, daughter of Captain Culthorp, Sir William, the case of cited,
Martin, alderman of London, ccv. Camden's Britannia, quoted by Walton, 5,
the Rev. Moses, reprinted the “Com 40, 41, 124, 126, 160, 161, 166, 198.
tions for making, 262.
Cameleon, the, 74.
“Camerarius' Living Library," fol. Lond.
Walton, in the cathedral library of Salis-
county of Herts, said to be one of the heads directions for making, 261.
Campbell, Lady Charlotte, cxxv, vide Bury.
Cannon, or down-hill fly, the oak-fly so called
Canterbury, a bequest of £40 made to the
mother-in-law of Izaak Walion, xxx.
Cardanus, Hieronymus, quoted by Walton,
him for the regulation of his fish-ponds, Carew, the friend of Charles Cotton, the
Carleton, Sir Dudley, ambassador to the
Carlingford, in Ireland, Thomas Cranmer,
Carp, the, 1; a leather-mouthed fish, 69;
118; killed by frogs, 134, 143; said to
Mascal, of. Plumstead, in Sussex, 141;
mentioned in the “Book of St Alban's,
land, 141 ; lives longer out of the water
than any other fish, 141 : presents of macle
several months in one year, 141 ; will not
breed in cold ponds, 142 ; large size of in
Italy, 142 ; receipt for making them fat in
from, relative to the art of angling, 289. decay, very mysterious, 143 ; account of
loite Campbell, verses supposed to have 144 ; instances thereof at Emanuel College,
spawning, 144 ~.; the galls and stones in
their heads very medicinable ; great profit
to the Jews to make caviare, 145; eat their