Catalog Record: An older form of The treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle attributed to Dame Juliana Barnes | Hathi Trust Digital Library


An older form of The treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle attributed to Dame Juliana Barnes. Printed from a ms. in the possession of Alfred Denison, esq., with preface and glossary, by Thomas Satchell.

Main Author: Berners, Juliana, 1388?-
Related Names: Satchell, Thomas 1886-, editor., Satchell, Thomas 1886-, ed.
Language(s): English
Published: London, W. Satchell, 1883.
Subjects: Fishing.
Note: Edited and privately printed by Thomas Satchell, and by him presented to the members of the English dialect society: listed as no. 41* of the society's Publications, though the Society was not responsible for it. (cf. the society's report for 1883 and last leaf appended to v. 33)
[No. 9] in vol. xix of the society's Publications.
"400 copies. This edition is printed soley for presentation to the members of the English dialect society and others."
Physical Description: vii, 37, [10] p. 23 cm.
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