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"ACADEMY OF COMPLIMENTS," 1650, H n. ! Anglers, Walton's character of the generality
Accomplishment of the Prophecies," by

of, 24
Du Moulin, 8vo, 1613, 40.

“Angler's Song,” the, written by William
Acre, carrier-pigeons used at the siege of, 27. Basse, 88, 178.
Action, question whether preferable to con Angler's Wish,” the, by Walton, 110; con-

templation, 39; Lord Clarendon's opinion tains the only allusion to his having resided
thereon, 39 n.

at or near Stafford, xli.
Adenographia; sive Glandularum totus Angler's Wish," the, by John Davors, Esq.,
corporis descriptio," by Dr Wharton, 8vo, extract from, 55.
1656, 33 n.

Angling, verses in praise of, addressed to
Adonis, or darling of the sea, a fish so called Walion by the Rev. Thomas Weaver,
by Ælian, 46.

xlix ; a song in praise of, made by Basse,
Ælianus, Caudius, quoted by Walton, 46. an eminent composer, at Walion's request,
Air, the element of the fowler, 25.

cxiv; the favourite amusement of Charles
Aire, the river, made subject to the fence Cotton, clxx ; not forgotten among his
months by stat. 13 Edw. I., 62 n.

regrets at taking leave of his home, clxxiv ;
Albertus Magnus, quoted by Walton, 74,

160. the antiquity of, 24 n., 36; the art of, said
Alcilia. Philoparthens loving Folly,” xix. to be as ancient as Deucalion's flood, 37 ;
Aldersgate Street, Doctor Wharton's house first invented by Belus, 37 ; of high esteem
in, 33 1.

and of much use in other nations, 50;
Aldridge, Anne, wife of Robert, gent. of allowed to Churchmen by the ancient
Burton, civ.

ecclesiastical canons, as a harmless recrea-
Aldrovandus, Ulysses, quoted by Walton. 96, tion, 50; a recreation used by Cleopatra
121, 156, 164.

and Mark Antony, 50 ; commendations
Ale, a bailad' in commendation of, 281, v. bestowed on, by the learned Perkins, 51 ;

Dr Whitaker, a great lover of, 51 ; account
Aleppo, carrier-pigeons used at, 27.

of memorable men, ornaments of the art
Alfred, King, turned the course of the Lee of, 51-53; a short discourse by way of

to prevent the return of the Danes, who postscript, touching the laws of, 212-214 ;
had sailed up it, 196 n.

different sorts of, and directions for, 241,
Algiers, the pirates of, clxxxii.

et seq.; verses descriptive of the art and
Allington, Cordell, daughter of Richard, of the pleasures of, by Shakespeare, 286 ;
Esq., ccü.

by Quarles, Buyan, Pope, and Gay, 287 ;
Alstonefeld Church, arms of Cotton carved by Thomson, 288.
on a pew in, 226.

Ankham, in Lincolnshire, famous for eels,
Ambrose, St, Bishop of Milan, styles the 164 n.

grayling "the flower of fishes,” 121. Ant-fly, the, a bait for chub, 69; directions
Ainerly trout considered superior to others, for preserving the, 184; directions for
73, 140.

making the artificial, 261.
Amos, the Prophet, mention of fish-hooks Anthony, St, the picture of, bequeathed to
made by, 38, 49.

Lord Newport by Dr Donne the younger,
Amwell Hill, li, 21, 22 ; engraving of, 56.
Andrew, St, a fisherman, 49.

" Antidote against Melancholy," 8vo, 1669,
Andrews, Matthew, of Mathfield, co. Stafford, by Playford, 85 n.

Antonia, the wife of Drusus, had a lamprey
Angel, a coin of the value of ten shillings, at whose ears she hung jewels or ear-

209 n.; explanation of the term to vie rings, 119, 160 n.
angels," 209 n.

Anus, the river, in Spain, 41.
Angler, the idea of making one by a book Arabia, a river in, of which all the sheep that
justly ridiculed by Walion, xlvii ; the drink have their wool turned to a verinil-
qualifications of an, from Markham's

ion colour, 41.
* Country Contentment,” 37 r., vide ! Archer, Charlotte, cc; bequest made to, by
Complete Ang er."

her father, Dr Stanhope, cci.

cx ii.

Archer, Charlotte, wife of Robert Turner, Avon, the river, 55 ; mentioned in one of

Drayton's sonnets, 196; the name com-
Elizabeth, ccii.

mon to many rivers in England, 230 *..
Emily, living in 1744, cciii.

Awber, the river, 231.
the Rev. Dr Henry, rector of Fevers. Awberson, co. of Derby, the town of, 231.
ham, in Kent, cc, ccii.

Aylesbury, the town of, 195 r.
Henry, of Thaxted, ccii.

Aylmer, Dr, letter from Walton to Anthony
Olivia Alcione, cciii.

'Wood, in reply to an inquiry respecting
Stanhope, ccii.

his death, xcix.
Ardglass, Wingfield, second Earl of, clxxxiv.

Mary, Countess-Dowager of, the wife BABYLON, carrier-pigeons used at, 27.
of Charles Cotton, cixxxv, cciii ; adminis. Backhouse, Mr, said to have imparted to
tration of his effects granted to her, 12th Ashmole the secret of the philosopher's
Sept. 1687, clxxxviii.

stone, 217 ».
Aristotle, quoted by Walton, 41, 45, 48. Bacon, Sir Francis, his visit to John Hales,
Armstrong, Augustine, of the parish of St cxlvi ; his works quoted by Walton, 74.
George the Martyr, cci, cciii.

118, 123, 125, 127, 139, 144, 149, 159, 160.
Charles, cci, cciii.

Bagley, or Baily, a clergyman, conp imeat-
Gibert, ccii.

ary verses addressed by him to Walton, on
, Katherine, ccii, ccii.

the publication of the second edition of
Mrs Lettice, sister of Sir Aston Cokayne, “The Complete Angler," xlviii, 16.
buried at Ashbourn, clxxviii n.

Bagster, Mr, his account of the fishing.
Artificial flies, Walton's list of, and directions house at Beresford, 238, 251.

for making, 100, 102-105 ; Cotton's direc- Baiting with a lob-worm, directions for, 93:
tions for making, 244, et seq.; twelve only with a minnow, 94 ; with live bait, 1351
mentioned by Walton, 252 ; Cotton's list with dead bait, 138.
of, for January and February, 253 ; for Baits, for barbel, 168 ; for bleak, 172; for
March, 254; for April, 255; for May, 256 bream, 149, 150 ; for bullheads, 193 ; for
201 ; for June and July, 261; for August, carp, 147, 148; for the chub, 68-70, 189
September, October, November, and De 190 ; for dace, 183-185, 188, 189; for ees,
cember, 262

161; for flounders, 165; for grayling, 122,
"Art of Angling," the, by Thomas Barker, 188 ; for gudgeon, 171 ; for loach, 192;

Lond. 1651, 12mo, extract from, 101, 233. for minnows, 192; for perch, 157 ; for pike,
Arundel mullet considered superior to others, 135-139, 152; for roach, 184, et seq.; for
73, 140.

ruffe, 171 ; for the salmon, 127; for iench,
As at noon Dulcina rested,” copy of the 155 ; for trout, 69, 70, 94, 917; directions
song so called, 277.

for preserving dead baits, 138.
Ashbourn, the town of, 222, 225; account of Baker, Sir Richard, quotation from his

the Talbot Inn at, 227 n.; said by Cotton Chronicle respecting the first introduction
to be famous for the best malt and the of carp into England, 141.
worst ale in England, 235,

Bakeweil, county of Derby, 230.
Ash-fly, the oak-tly so called, 100 n.

Balæna, or whirlpool, a fish found in the
Ashford, county of Derby, 230.

Indian Sea, 42.
Ashmole, Elias, his collection of natural Bala Lake, the guiniad found in, 166 3.

history, 43 ; biographical account of, 43 ". Bald buzzard, the, a species of hawk, 29.
Aton, the family of, connected with that of Balsami, Opobalsami, Carpobalsami, et Xylo-
Cotton by marriage, clxiv.

balsami, cum suo cortice, Explanatio :
Walter, Lord, 21 n.; a copy of the Lond. 1598, written by Matthias de Lobel,
Lives of Donne, Wotton, and Hooker, pre 160 n.
sented to him by Walion, preserved in the Bar, arms of the ancient Counts of, 166 *.
library at Tixall, lxxviij.

Barbel, the care taken by it of its spawn, 48;
Sir Willoughby, of Aston, county of complaint made in 1384 that they were
Chester, Bart., I n.

unlawfully taken in the Thames and sold
Atkinson, Mr, quantity of barbel caught by as food for pigs, 63 n.; a leather-inouthed

him at Shepperton, 9th Aug. 1807, 170 1. fish, 69 ; description of the, its haunts, 167;
Aubrey, John, Esq., his statement that

part of the arms of the ancient Earls of
Cotton had relieved Colonel Lovelace, Bar, 166 ; spawning-time of, the spawn
during his distress, corroborated, clxviii ; considered poisonous, 167 ; baits for, 168 ;
described as “a silly crackbrained en directions for angling for, 169 : quantity of
thusiast," 43 n.

caught by a fishing party at Shepperton,
Aurelius Macrobius, a writer of the fourth in 1807, 169 n.
century, quoted by Walton, 33.

Barker, Thomas, author of "The Art of
Ausonius, Decius, referred to by Walton, Angling," biographical notice of, 283 ; his
45, 172.

directions for fly-fishing adopted by Waltoil,
Austin, St, his “Confessions," quoted by 101; his recipe for anointing boots and
Walton, 210.

shoes, 189 n.
Aviaries in Italy, 26; Varro's, 26.

Barker, Elizabeth, widow of, ccv.

Barlow, Dr, Bishop of Lincoln, his letter to Beresford Hall, county of Stafford, Walton
Walton, 10th May 1678, xcii.

supposed to have spent some weeks at, in
Mr George, conveyed the king's lesser May and June 1676, lxxxvi; description
George, which had been preserved by of the fishing-house at, built by Charles
Colonel Bague, after the battle of Wor Cotton, lxxxvii n., 238 1.; drawings of,
cester, 10 Robert Milward, Esq., xiv, vide made by Izaac Walton the younger, cxvi:
Blore Pipe House.

enjoyed by Charles Cotton, the father of, th, for June, directions for the poet, in right of his wife, clxiv; settle-
making, 261.

ment of, on the marriage of Charles
Barnacles, 43;

Cotton, the younger, clxxi; the grounds
Barrington, the Hon. Daines, 166 n.

near, planted by him, clxx ; settled on
Basse. William, an eininent composer, in him for lite by Act 27 Car. II., clxxxv;

timate with Walton, cxiv; composed the said to have been surrendered by him, in
“Angler's Song," at his request, 85, 88 ; 1681, to Joseph Woodhouse, gent.,
author of the songs mentioned by Walton, clxxxviji; purchased by Lo d Beresford
called “The Hunter in his career," and in 1825, 238 ; engravings of the hall, 234,
“Tom of Bedlam,' 281; list of other

257 ; engravings of the fishing-house,
verses and poems composed by, 282.

Bat, the, cal.ed a half-year bird, 73.

Beresford, John, Esq., of Ashbourn, portrait
Bateman, Wiliam, Esq. of Middleton, near of Cotton in his possession, cxcix.

Bakewell, anecdote of Cotion related from John, Esq., of Newton Grange, county
his information, clxxvii.

of Derby, clxxxviii.
Baitey, Francis, of Stafford, apprenticed by - Olivia, daughter and heiress of Edward
Izaak Walton, cxlix.

Beresford, of Beresford, county of Stafford,
Beaucham, Ion, vicar of East Brent, in clxiv, cciii.

March 1688; prebend of Wanstrow, in Berners, Dame Juliana, 29; extract from the
October 1689 : fellow of Trinity College, advertisement prefixed to her “ Treatyse
1713. cxxii, cciv; a bequest made to him of Fysshynge wyth an Angle," 290.
by his " cousin Izaak Walton, the Berwick, the town of, 196.
younger, cxviii.

Bibliotheca sive Catalogus Scriptorum, Lat
James, a goldsmith of London, god. Gr. and Heb., by Ge-ner, 1545-55, 44, ".
father to Izuak Walton's “last son Isaac, Biddulph, Ann, wife of Simon, E-q., of the
xlii; a ring bequeathed to him by Walton, Cape of Good Hope, the representative of
cii : living in July 1714, cxxii, cciv.

Mis Burnet, cc.
Martha, wife of James, mentioned in Walter, E-q, of Barton-under-Need-
the will of her father, Mr Thomas Ken, wood, sale of his otter-hounds, 56 9h
Izaak Walton, the younger, en.

Bird of Paradise, 43.
joined by his father's will io be kind to Birds' nests, 43.
her, cii.

Bishop-fish, the story of the, 45 n.
William, fellow of New College, ap- Bishop's Thorpe, the archiepiscopal palace
pears to have died before 1713, cxxii, cciv. at, 27 n.
Pede, the Venerable, account of him, 159 1. Bittern, the, 63.
Bedford, Charles, Esq., the occupier of John Blackbird, the, 26.

Tradescant's house in Lambeth, 43. Black-blue duu fly, the, for July, directions
Bee, the diligence of the, 28; the brood of for making, 262.

the, a good bait for bream, dace, and Black-fly, the, directions for making, 100,

roach, 186.
“ Beggar's Bush, the," Lond. 1647, a Blackfriars, shoals of roach formerly settled
comedy, by Fletcher, u3n.

at, 182 m.
“ Besgar's Daughter of Bethnal Green," i he Black gnats, directions for making, 255, 261.
ballad of the. 209. ".

Black hackle, the, for July, directions for
Beketes, menuioned in the Rolls of Parlia making, 262.
ment, anno 1382, 140 14.

Black patches, worn by women of fashion,
Bellonius, a voucher for the authenticity of

129 1.
the story of the bishop-fish, 45 11.

Blagden, Mrs, the only living descendant of
Belus, said to be the first inventor of the art Walton, excepting the Rev. Dr Hawes,
of angling. 37

Benion, the scent of the herb so called, said Blagden, Mr Thomas Knapp, of Winchester,
to deter otters from fish-ponds, 59.

cxxi, cxxxii, vide Hawkins.
Bentley Brook, near Ashbourn, 228.

Blague, Colonel, preserved the king's lesser
Bently, county of Derby, the manor of, George, after the battle of Worcester, xlv;

possessed by Charles Cotton, the father of imprisoned in the Tower, xlv. ; e caped
The poet, in right of his wise. clxiv ; settle from thence, xlv.
ment of on the marriage of Charles Cotton, Bleak, the, called the river Swallow; de-
the younger, clxxi.

scription of, and baits and mode of angling
Ben Jonson adopted several persons as his for, 172.
50:16, 217 .

Bleak Hall, near Edmonton, liv, 64 n., 78.

257, 262.


B iss, Dr, a recipe for catching pike, from to Bishop Sanderson, during a period of
a MS. in his possession, 128 11.

distress, xcii.
Blood-red rook' froin Turkey, the, a species Bradford, the river, 230.
of hawk, 28.

Bradley, A., his answer to the song " Poil-
Blore Pipe House, county of Stafford, the lida flouts me," 79 n.

residence of Mr George Barlow, xlv. Bradshaw, John, Esq., 237.
Blowfield, John, gent., xxii, cxxxiv, vide Brailsford, a village near Ashbour, clxxxv,

Bludworth, Elizabeth, widow, administration Brandling, the, a bait for trout, where to be

of the effects of Charles Cotton granted to found, 91; method of preserving it, 92 ;
her, clxxxviii.

the best bait for perch, 157:
Blue-dun fly, directions for making the, 254. Brandon, Charles, his residence near the
Bluet, Dorothy, daughter of John, of Hol Swan, in Golden Lane, lx; menticned in

comb Regis, county of Devon, Esq., xcvi, the first and second editions of the "Conie
vide Wallop

plete Angler," 188 n.
Boar, the wild, 30: a feast of, given by Bream, the, 11; description of, 148; found
Cleopatra to Mark Antony, 30.

in the larger lakes and still rivers of
Bobbing for eels, the method of, 162 n.

Europe, and in the Caspian Sex, 148 m.;
Buckerel and Bockeret, the, 28.

highly esteemed by the French, 149; in-
Bacton Palace, lxxix.

stances of the high price of in the 1511
“ Bonny Milkmaid," the, a song, 83 n. century, 149 p. ; baits for, 149, 185, 186,
Booby, Thomas, cxxxii, cxxxviii.

188; directions for angling for, 150, 152;
" Book of St Alban's," the, quoted, 141. ground-bait for, 151 ; a kind of bastard
“ Booke of Fishing with hooke and line," roach bred from the bream and the roach,

4to, Lond. 1000, supposed to have been 182.
written by Leonard Mascal, 141 n.

Breton, Nicolas, the author of "Poste with
Borradale, Dr, rector of Market Deeping, a packet of Mad Letters," 1637, 81.
county of Lincoln, was in 1714 in

pos. “Brewsed Reide," the, by Dr Sibbs be-
session of the letter written by ihe younger queathed by Walton to his son Izaac, ci.
Donne to Izaak Walton, thanking him for Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, lord keeper, his
having written his father's Life, xxix.

plan for the compression of them re
Borrowashe, settlement of the manor of, on moderate of the dissenters from the Esimbo

the marriage of Charles Cotton, the lished Church, and allowing indu gences
younger, clxxi.

to such as could not be brought within the
Buswell, James, requested by Dr Johnson, in comprehension, rejected by the House of

1777, to procure him all the editions of Commons, xcvi.

Walton's Lives, cxxiv, vide Johnson. Bright brown fly, directions for making, 254.
Botcher, the, description of, 126 n.

Bright dun gnai, the, directions for making,
Boteler, Sir Francis, of Lewin, county Herts, 253.

Brightman, Mr, his comment on the Revela-
Boteler, or Butler, Dr William, his observa tions, cxliv.

tion respecting strawberries quoted by Britannia,” Camden's, the edition of 1637,
Walton, 109; biographical account of, quoted by Walton, 5. vide Camden.

Broderick, Sir Allan, a bequest made to by
Bowles, the Rev. William Lisle, an error in Dr Donne, the younger, cxlii.

his Life of Bishop Ken corrected, xxxix ; Brome, Alexander, complimentary verses
no evidence in support of his assumption addressed by him to Walton, on the pub-
in his Life of Bishop Ken, that Dr Morley lication of the second edition of “The
was Walton's guest at his cottage in Complete Angler,” xlviii, 14; an“humbe
Staffordshire, from April 1648 to May eclogue," addressed to him by Walton, on
1649, xl; his authority apparently deriver the Restoration. Ixv; the first edition of
irom traditional information, xl n; his his song and other poems printed in 1661,
remark upon an alteration made by Walton Ixvi; died 29th June 1666, lxvi n.; the
in the epitaph of his second wife, Ixix : second edition of liis poems, printed in 166,
his conjecture "that the retired spot which Ixvi n.; an epode written in, by Charles
contains Walton's remains, was fixed on Cotton, on the king's return, clxix; verses
by himself, as suiting his humbler station on his death, by the same, c xxii; was one
of life," cvii; his account of Walton's of the adopted sons of Ben Jonson, 217 m.;
merits, cxxviii.

edi Fletcher's Comedy of “Monsieur
B ulton, James, of Stafford, apprenticed by Thomas,” in 1639, 274.
Izaak Walton, cxlix.

Mr Henry, of St Paul's Churchyard,
Bowlker, extract from his "Art of Angling" London, xcvii, claxvi n., cixxxm; the
respecting the mode of generation of eels, publisher of Charles Cortoni, presumed to
164 16. ; his directions for making the oak be the brother of the poet of that name,
fiy, 105 .. ; quotation from him respecting clxxxi.
the making of fish-ponds, 200 11.

Bromlev, William, son of Sir William
Boyle, the learned, advanced a sum of money Bromley, K. B., cxxxv.

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Brookhouse, Anne, wife of Robert, of Bub- Buzzard, the, a species of hawk, 29.
ton, co. Derby, clv.

Bysshe, Sir Edward, Clarenceux king-of-
Broughton, Mary, daughter of Thomas arms, solicited Walton to write the Life of

Broughton, of Broughton, county of Staf Sir Henry Wotton, xlii.

ford, I 1.
Brown Gnat, the, for June, directions for CADARA, an island near the Ganges. the
making, 261.

inhabitants whereof make the timber for
Brown, Miss Elizabeth, married the Rev. their houses of fish-bones, 42.
Henry Hawes, cxxi, cxxxii.

Cadis or case worms, where found, 189, 191 ;
Browne, Mr Leonard, alderman of Canter different kinds of, 190.

bury, married Anne, daughter of Captain Culthorp, Sir William, the case of cited,
Richard Bargrave, of Patricksbourne, xxx. 213.

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.
plete Angler," in 1772, cxxiv; quotation Camel brown fly, the, for September, direc-
from his preface, cxxvii, 28 r., 40 r., 59 ".

tions for making, 262.
Rebecca, ccv.

Cameleon, the, 74.
William, Esq., cxxxii.

“Camerarius' Living Library," fol. Lond.
Brrdges, Margaret, of Upleaden, county of 1621, copy of, formerly belonging to
Hereford, 143 n.

Walton, in the cathedral library of Salis-
Puck, the, 29, 30, 75.

bury, cxlvii.
Bulbourne, a spring so called, near Tring, Camlet fly, the, inentioned by Cotton, 241 ;

county of Herts, said to be one of the heads directions for making, 261.
of the Thames, 195 n.

Campbell, Lady Charlotte, cxxv, vide Bury.
Bullhead, or miller's-thumb, description of Camphire, said to give worms a tempting
the, 193; spawning-time, haunts of and

smell, 93.
baits for the, 193:

Cannon, or down-hill fly, the oak-fly so called
Bullock, Daniel, of Stafford, apprenticed by in Shropshire, 106.
Izaak Walton, cxlix.

Canterbury, a bequest of £40 made to the
Bull-trout, a trout so called in Northumber. poor of St Mildred's parish by Mrs Floud,
land, 74:

mother-in-law of Izaak Walion, xxx.
Burgess, Mr John, mentioned in the will of Cantharus, a fish mentioned by Du Bartas,
Mrs Floud, mother-in-law to Izaak Walton,

Cardanus, Hieronymus, quoted by Walton,
Burleigh, Lord, extract from instructions to 136 ; account of him, 136 n.

him for the regulation of his fish-ponds, Carew, the friend of Charles Cotton, the
144; Theobalds, the residence of, 180.

elder, cixiv.
Burlesque idon Burlesque, or the Scoffer Carey, Sir Lucius, verses written by him on
Scoffed,". 8vo, 1675, written by Charles the death of Dr Donne, xxiv.
Cotton, c'xxxii.

Carleton, Sir Dudley, ambassador to the
Burlesque on the great frost, written by States, cxliii.
Cotton, quotation from, cxc.

Carlingford, in Ireland, Thomas Cranmer,
Burman, Charles, Esq., his Memoirs of Elias slain in an action with the Irish at, xxii.
Ashmole, 43 ".

Carp, the, 1; a leather-mouthed fish, 69;
Burnet, Dr, Bishop of Salisbury, the friend assembled :o feed by the ringing of a bell,
of Isaac Walton, the younger, cxvi.

118; killed by frogs, 134, 143; said to
- Gilbert, grandson of Dr Stanhope, cc, have been brought into England by Mr

Mascal, of. Plumstead, in Sussex, 141;
, Thomas, ccii.

mentioned in the “Book of St Alban's,
Mrs, wife of William, governor of New 141 n.; quotation from Baker's Chronicle,
York, eldest son of Gilbert, Bishop of respecting its first introduction into Eng.
Salisbury, ccii ; anecdote of, cc.

land, 141 ; lives longer out of the water
Burruwash, county of Derby, 231.

than any other fish, 141 : presents of macle
Burrows, Margaret, of Ashbourn, county of to King Henry the Eighih, 141 n.; breeds
Derby, widow, clv.

several months in one year, 141 ; will not
Burton, county of Stafford, 229.

breed in cold ponds, 142 ; large size of in
Burton, Francis, Esq., cxxxii.

Italy, 142 ; receipt for making them fat in
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, extract gravelly water, 142 n.; their breeding and

from, relative to the art of angling, 289. decay, very mysterious, 143 ; account of
Bury, Lady Charlotte, formerly Lady Char very large ones, 142 r.; their longevity,

loite Campbell, verses supposed to have 144 ; instances thereof at Emanuel College,
been writien by her in a copy of the Cambridge, and at the Prince of Condés
“ Complete Angler," which belonged to seat at Chantilly, 144 n.; their time of
Sir Humphrey Davy, cxxv.

spawning, 144 ~.; the galls and stones in
Butterflies, baits for salmon, 127 n.

their heads very medicinable ; great profit
Buxton, the town of, famous for its baths, made by the Italians by selling their roes

to the Jews to make caviare, 145; eat their



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