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Bibliotheca piscatoria; a catalogue of books on angling, the fisheries and fish-culture, with bibliographical notes and an appendix of citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. By T. Westwood & T. Satchell.

Main Author: Westwood, T. 1814?-1888.
Related Names: Marston, Robert Bright 1853-1927., Satchell, Thomas d. 1886.
Language(s): English
Published: London, W. Satchell, 1883.
Subjects: Fisheries > Bibliography.
Fish culture > Bibliography.
Fishing > Bibliography.
Note: New edition of Westwood's New bibliotheca piscatoria, 1861-69.
Physical Description: xxiv, 397, [1] p. 22 cm.
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