London: Bradbury, Agnew, 1892. By the author of "Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour" &c, &c. Illustrated by John Leech with a hand-colored frontispiece and many b/w wood engravings, some full-page. 423pp. 8vo, original blue cloth with red, black, grey & gilt-stamped pictorial cover and spine (spine is slightly darkened and worn at tips). London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co., 1892. The "Jorrocks" edition. A very good copy.
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London: Ackermann, 1846. 6 hand colored plates plus colored vignette title by H(enry) Alken. 43 wood engraved text illustrations by Cook. Tall 8vo, full crimson morocco, elaborately decorated front and back in gilt with images of hounds, foxes and stylized foliage, red silk doublures, g.t. & gilt dentelles by Riviere; original red cloth cover & spine bound in; 4 pages of ads First issue, with plates dated November 1846; 2 armorial bookplates.
London: Foulis, 1924. Color illustrations by G.D. Armour, color frontispiece, 189pp., small 4to, red cloth (spine a bit faded), uncut edges. London and Edinburgh: T.N. Foulis, (1924). Very good. Robert Surtees (1803-1864), "the Dickens of the Sporting World," wrote several novels about hunting. This book is excerpted from his first one, "Handley ."
London: Isaac Pitman, 1909. Translated by R & H. M. Lydekker. 81 black & white photographic plates. 164pp, scattered foxing, 23pp of advertisments at the end. Tall 8vo, handsomely rebound in beige cloth with a green leather spine label. London: Isaac Pitman, 1909. Very good (+). Small blind stamp on title reading 'Presentation Copy'.
Shanghai: Shanghai Merrcury Limited, 1910. Map, errata slip, 4to, original patterned cloth (top of spine rubbed) small ex-lib stamps. Shanghai: Shanghai Mercury Limited, 1910. Second Edition. Very good. Detailed guide to shooting in the lower reaches of the Yangtze, intended chiefly for the Shanghai expatriate community.