Havvking, hunting, fouling, and fishing, with the true measures of blowing A vvorke right pleasant and profitable for all estates, vvhoso loueth it to practise, and exceeding delightfull, to refresh the irksomnesse of tedious time. Whereunto is annexed the maner and order in keeping of hawkes, their diseases, and cures: and all such speciall poynts, as any wise apperraine to so gentlemanlike qualitie. now newly collected by W.G. faulkener. Pulblicum comodum priuato preferendum. Boke of Saint Albans

Title

Havvking, hunting, fouling, and fishing, with the true measures of blowing A vvorke right pleasant and profitable for all estates, vvhoso loueth it to practise, and exceeding delightfull, to refresh the irksomnesse of tedious time. Whereunto is annexed the maner and order in keeping of hawkes, their diseases, and cures: and all such speciall poynts, as any wise apperraine to so gentlemanlike qualitie. now newly collected by W.G. faulkener. Pulblicum comodum priuato preferendum. Boke of Saint Albans

Author

Berners, Juliana, b. 1388?

Gryndall, William.

Date

1596

Place of Publication

London

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Editorial Practice

W.G. faulkener = William Gryndall. An enlarged edition by William Gryndall of The Boke of Saint Albans (STC 3313), attributed to Juliana Berners. In four parts. Register is continuous. Part 2 caption title (leaf E2r) reads: The booke of hunting, wherevnto is added the measures of blowing, verie pleasant to be read, for all those that haue delight in the art of venerie. Part 3 title page (leaf H1r) reads: A breife treatis of fowling. Wherein is contained diuers proper deuises both of bayts and others, with the making of byrdlime, the maner and order in vsing of it on your limerods .. Part 4 title page (leaf I4r) reads: A breife treatis of fishing, with the art of angling .. Signatures: A-L⁴. Formerly STC 3315. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A02281
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A02281
  • DLPS: A02281
  • STC: STC 12412
  • STC: ESTC S112449
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99847703
  • PROQUEST: 99847703
  • VID: 12759