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Hawker, Lt. Col. Peter

Published by Southampton Ashford Press (1986)

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Item Description: Southampton Ashford Press, 1986. Hardback, 225mm x 141mm grey cloth boards, gilt titles, second thus, xxiii prelims, 507+pp. Black and white illustrations. Good +++/NoWrapper. Spine and boards bumped, else clean and tight. Facsimile reprint of seventh edition of 1833 volume offering a comprehensive handbook for the pre-Victorian shooter in the field, with fine original illustrations. Catalogue: Sport and games. Keywords: shooting, game, fowl, detonating. Bookseller Inventory # 13019

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HAWKER, Lt.-Col. Peter

Published by London.Herbert Jenkins Limited. 1922. (1922)

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Item Description: London.Herbert Jenkins Limited. 1922., 1922. 8vo. 21cm, xxvi,340p., with 52illustrations including 4 colour plates, index, green cloth, some slightfade speckling else good to very good, sound & internal clean (gar). ~ An abridged reprint of the first edition of 1814 by Napoleonic Warveteran and British sportsman, Peter Hawker (1786-1838). Includes achapter on angling. Edited by Eric Parker, shooting editor of "TheField". Bookseller Inventory # 35889

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Hawker Lt. Col. Peter

Published by Ashford Press (1986)

ISBN 10: 0907069363 ISBN 13: 9780907069362

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Item Description: Ashford Press, 1986. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 7th Edition Corrected, Improved and Enla. Olive green covers with gilt titles and oval gilt vignette to front. Gilt titles to spine.A nice printed Edward Gorey bookplate on ffep o/w as new. 507pp. sport/shooting. Bookseller Inventory # 005929

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Instructions to Young Sportsmen: Lt Col Peter

Lt Col Peter Hawker

Published by Southampton: Ashford Press (1986)

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Item Description: Southampton: Ashford Press, 1986. Facsimile reprint of the 1833 seventh edition. Fine HB in olive/gilt cloth boards, no dj. 507pp with engraved illus, plus 23pp prelims. Excellent with no marks or inscriptions. Bookseller Inventory # 74097

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Hawker, Lt. Col. Peter and William T. Porter

Published by Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1846)

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Item Description: Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1846. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Octavo (23 cm), pp. xvi, 2- 460, plus advertisements. First US edition from the ninth London edition, with material added on North American hunting and game animals. Original red cloth binding with gilt lettering, design of hunting dogs debossed on upper board. Evidence of exposure to moisture, as well as foxing, discolored leaves. Boards are well-worn and possibly singed at tail of spine. Former owner's stamp on front pastedown. In "A Sportsman's Library," Stephen Bodio writes that "'Instructions' is one of the prime examples of 'lyrical shoptalk' in sporting literature. If you read it, it will not only give you a sensory simulacrum of sport in 1814, but you will know how to judge a gun, clean a gun, shoot a period wildfowling gun . train a dog, prevent rust, explore a pond, stalk a curlew, make a bowl of punch.". Bookseller Inventory # 12975

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Hawker, Lt. Col. Peter

Published by [by Thomas Davison] for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London (1825)

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Item Description: [by Thomas Davison] for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London, 1825. Three-Quarter Calf. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. This is the 439 page much heralded and oft sought after Fourth Edition, Corrected and Improved; with Ten Explanatory Plates. Engraved frontispiece and nine plates. Magnificent binding of three quarters decorative calf with spine divided into six sections by ornamented brown, black, and gilt raised bands. All edges and endpapers are marbled very handsomely. Occasional marginal foxing, light shelf rubbing, else very good, rock solid book which will be a handsome asset to any sporting collection. Enough said. Enjoy."and have a blast!" Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 002636

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Item Description: 1833. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Longman, 1833. 8vo. Recent half red morocco, spine with gilt raised bands, green morocco label with gilt lettering, marbled endpapers; pp. xxiii, 507, engraved frontispiece (arrival of a hunt from Longparish Hills), stipple-engraved portrait, 8 engraved plates and several wood-engraved illustrations in the text; binding sunned to spine and top edge, a little foxing to frontispiece and occasionally elsewhere, very good. Seventh edition. One of the classic English shooting books, full of practical advice and the latest in shooting and hunting gear. Bookseller Inventory # 2092743

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HAWKER (Lt. Col. Peter)

Published by [by Thomas Davison] for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London (1825)

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Item Description: [by Thomas Davison] for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London, 1825. Engraved frontispiece and nine plates. 8vo. [232 x 143 x 35 mm]. xx, 439, [1] pp. Contemporary binding by W. Potter & Co. of Carnarvon (with their label) in reddish-brown calf, the covers with a gilt triple fillet border. The spine divided into five panels by thick bands, lettered in the second panel on a green goatskin label, the others tooled in gilt with a central circle and arabesque surrounds, the turn-ins tooled with a gilt roll, marbled endleaves and edges. (The spine a little faded and slightly rubbed). First published in 1814. The plates are foxed, to varying degrees, but it is a good copy in a rare and attractive Welsh binding. William Potter is recorded by Ramsden in Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (Outside London) 1780-1840, p.133 and J.R. Abbey had one of his bindings. He is not represented on the British Library Database of Bookbindings. Bookplate of Oliver Collett. Bookseller Inventory # ebc2671

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Instructions to Young Sportsmen in all that: Hawker, Lt. Col.

Hawker, Lt. Col. Peter.

Published by London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green. (1826)

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Item Description: London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green., 1826. Fifth Edition, corrected and improved with explanatory plates and woodcuts. 15 cm x 21.5 cm. XXI, 456 pages with X plates and several woodcuts within the text. Original Hardcover (half leather on four raised bands with marbled paper-covered boards) with gilt lettering on spine. Very Good condition with some external signs of wear. Minor abrasion to one corner only. All plates and illustrations included as called for. One plate cleanly detached. Binding very firm and strong. Some spotting and occasional staining inside. [Ray Riling Bibliography "Guns and Shooting" - No. 373 - In his important publication Riling mentions: "Considered a classic on the subject and was written "at particular request of some sporting friends of the author, who had recourse to the press in order to present each of them with a legible copy."] Includes the following chapters: GUNS: London Barrel-makers (For their addrsses see under the head of "Duck uns) Damascus Barrels, Elevation, Sight, Ramrod, Directions for trying Barrels , Stock, Recipe for polishing Gunstocks, Alphabetical List of the names of the principal parts of a Gun, Directions for cleaning Guns and precautions against their hanging fire / Detonating System: Trials of Flint Locksagainst Detonators, Nippel or Pivot, Breeching, Venthole, Side Nail etc. Gun Cases / Powder / Shot / New Patent Shot / Flints / Wadding / Powder Flask / Shot belt / Dress of a Shooter / Apparatus / Shooting: Finishing Lessons (with a disclosure to the unfinished shooter, of how to manoeuvre wild covies, and to know how to cope with a crafty old Sportsman) / Partridge Shooting (With recipe for keeping Grouse; so as to send them any distance, within the United Kingdoms in the hottest weather) / Shooting Pheasants (with a few directions to the unexperienced for recovering their own Game if undhandsomely drivenfrom them, Shooting in Covert) / Cock shooting / Snipe shooting, with observations that Snipe Shooting and Fly Fishing may be followed on the same day / Letter with informaion to Mr.Martin on these two subjects after which are introduced new directions for Fly Fishing, Trolling, and other matter relative to Trout Fishing / A List of Birds &c. which are most commonly followed by Shooting Sportsmen; alphabetically arranged with their proper names as selected by Bewick; their Latin and French names as given by Linnaeus and Buffon, with general directions for getting access to them / Black Game shooting on the Borders of Hants and Dorset / Directions as to what birds are proper for the Table; how to choose them at Market; how to keep them / Recipe for Sauce to Wildfowl / Dogs (concise directions for breaking and managing) / Newfoundland Dogs - how to choose them Diseases in Dogs (Distemper: Letter and Experiment on Vaccination for this Disease) / Mange / Sore Feet / Thorns / Poison / Bites of Vipers / Bite of a Mad Dog / Preservation of Game - exposing various tricks of Poachers and Trespassers / Duck Guns wuth Adresses of London Barrel - makers / To make an old Gun shoot well / Launching and Canoe shooting etc. etc. etc. Includes for example the following stunning illustrations: I. Commencement of a Cripple-chase, after firing 2 lbs. of Shot into a Skein of Brent-geese and two Wild Swans (with Boats, Dogs, wounded Curlew, dead Coot, &c.) II. Sections of the different Gun Breechings III. Check Collar and Puzzle for breaking Pointers or Setters IV. Hampshire Coast "Gunning-Punt", Mud Boards, Apparatus V. Mud-Launchers on the Oozes, off Lymington, shoving their punts up to Wigeon VI. PooleCanoe (with directions for building it), Mud-Boards VII. Approaching Wildfowl (with Canoe and Stanchion Gun) preparative to the flowing Tide VIII. Wildfowl Artillery or Carriage for using a Stanchion-Gun on Land IX. Hut Shooting on the French System (The principal birds here shown are fastened to the strings, the Decoy Ducks and Mallards; In the killed and wounded, the pintail, the Cock Wigeon, a Duck and Mallard and the Tufted Duck; Bookseller Inventory # 27859AB

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Item Description: London, Printed for J. Johnson and Co., 1814. Quarter Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Issued Without d/j. First Edition. xvi + 150 pp. First Edition of this famous sporting book. Quarter leather binding w/raised bands & red leather title label. Marbeled boards. Lt. rubbing to the boards & lt. wear to the corners. This is not a recent binding. The t.p. is attached to a stub but is original. A very scarce, very collectible work. Overall v.g. cond. Contained in a gray cloth clam shell box. Bookseller Inventory # 8785

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