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Hampton's Angling Bibliography: Fishing Books 1881-1949

By Ken Callahan & Paul Morgan

Contains titles & details on virtually all British angling books published between 1881 & 1949. Includes the corrected & augmented entries from Hampton’s original book & manuscript, + additions that exceed in number Hampton's own original material! A much needed & indispensable new reference to British angling books. 5x7.5 inches, 304 pgs.

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ISBN: 1-899600-87-6

EAN: 978-1-899600-87-8

Binding: Hardcover

Publish Date: 28/02/2009

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In 1947 Herbert Jenkins published Modern Angling Bibliography - a book by John Fitzgerald Hampton. It was the first new British angling bibliography since Bibliotheca Piscatoria, by Westwood & Satchel in 1883 (added to by R. B. Marston in 1901). His 1947 book was intended to be a stop-gap while he worked on what would eventually be a true British angling bibliography. It was the draft of this new work that has been used as the basis for this new edition.

This new book contains titles & details on virtually all British angling books published between 1881 & 1949. It is a wholly new work, including the corrected & augmented entries from Hampton’s original book & manuscript, plus additions by Ken Callahan & Paul Morgan that exceed in number Hampton's own original material! This work has eventually resulted in a much needed & indispensable new reference to British angling books.

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