London: Henry Kent, 1750.
First Moses Browne edition. xxiv, 312p., [viii, index]. 12mo. Illustrated with six copper-engraved plates by H. Burgh, 15 woodcuts in the text, one page of music and one headpiece. Bound by Bayntun in full medium brown crushed morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spine with gilt titles, fish ornaments in the rules, the covers with single fillet borders and central frame panel with corner devices of angling equipment. Occasional light spotting to text, but quite a nice copy in a fine binding. Item #23665
Contemporary owner's signature of J. Hayward (or Heyward) on the title, and copper-engraved bookplate of Henry G. Dalton.