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A Catechism Of Fly-making
A Coffee Or Chesnut
A Concise Way Of Dyeing Colours
A Description Of The Fifteen Salmon Flies Engraved In The Plates
A Silver Grey
An Account Of The Salmon And Its Varieties
An Easy Method Of Making A Plain Salmon Fly
An Easy Method To Make The Trout Fly
Another Way To Dye Claret
Baits
Ballyna
Ballyshannon
Barbel
Blues
Carp
Chub
Connamara And Ballynahinch
Crimson Red In Grain
Dace
Fishing Rods And Fly Fishing
Flies For April
Flies For August
Flies For July
Flies For June
Flies For March
Flies For May
Fly-fishing For Salmon
Gudgeons And Minnows
How To Make The Salmon Fly As Shown In The Beautiful Plate Of Engravings On Salmon Hooks
Lakes Of Westmeath
Loch Awe And River
Loch Leven
Lough Curran Waterville
Perch
Pike
Process Of Making The Gaudy Salmon Fly
River Tivey
Rivers And Lakes Adjacent To Fort William On The Caledonian Canal
Rivers Of Derby
Rivers Of Wales The Conway
Rivers Of York And Derby
Roach
Salmon Flies For Fort William
Salmon Flies For The Ness
Salmon Rivers
Salmon Rivers Of Scotland
Spring Flies
The Art Of Dyeing Fishing Colours Which Are Pig's Hair Mohair Fur & Hackles Commonly Called Dubbing
The Art Of Fly-making
The Dee And Don
The Findhorn
The Hodder
The Lakes Of Clare
The Lakes Of Killarney
The Materials Necessary For Artificial Fly Making
The River Allan
The River Bann
The River Dovey
The River Esk
The River Lee At Cork
The River Severn
The River Shannon
The River Shin
The River Spey
The River Tay
The River Thames
The River Thurso
The River Tweed
The Rivers Bush And Bann
The Rivers Irvine Girvan And Stincher In Ayrshire
The Rivers Wandle And Coln
The Salmon Fry
The Trent
The Trout Flies For The Season
The Wye Monmouth
To Dye A Yellow Brown
To Dye Black
To Dye Blue
To Dye Brown
To Dye Claret
To Dye Crimson
To Dye Green Drake Feathers And Fur
To Dye Greens Of Various Shades
To Dye Lavender Or Slate Dun &c &c
To Dye Olives And A Mixture Of Colours
To Dye Orange
To Dye Purple Or Violet
To Dye Red
To Dye Scarlet
To Dye Yellow
To Make The Palmer Or Double-hackle Fly
To Make The Trout Fly In The Best And Most Approved Method
To Make The Winged Larva