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FLY-FISHING FOR TROUT :
A COMPLETE PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THAT BRANCH OF
THE ART OF ANGLING ;
PLAIN AND COPIOUS INSTRUCTIONS
THE MANUFACTURE OF ARTIFICIAL FLIES.
ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
BY G. P. R. PULMAN,
“The most important principle, perhaps, in life, is to have a pursuit,
SIR H. Davy.
THIRD EDITION, RE-WRITTEN AND GREATLY EJLARGED.
?Tilivuid College isibrary, 17 Nov. 1802.
To whom can I more appropriately dedicate this little literary effort than to my parents ?
My mother's earliest lessons inculcated a love of Nature along with a love of Virtue and of my fellow-men.
My father first introduced me to the green fields of my native valley, and on the lovely banks of the stream which meanders there so musically, initiated me into the mysteries of “ the gentle art;" and thus, in actual contact with Nature's beauties, assisted to develop the germs of admiration of those beauties which my mother's lessons had implanted.