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THE PARR & SALMON
AUTHENTIC REPORTS OF THE LEGAL JUDGMENTS AND
JUDGES' NOTES IN THE VARIOUS LAW SUITS ON
“ The Law Test."
“ The world the river is; both you and I,
Isaac Walton's Book.
T. & T. CLARK, LAW BOOKSELLERS, 38 GEORGE STREET.
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Parr and Salmon
THE subject of this work mainly relates to legal questions raised as to whether anglers are entitled to fish for and take what are called parr, without contravening the laws appertaining to salmon fishing. There is also involved the deeper question, whether parr, under the character of salmon fry, is entitled to a higher position than salmon—to be protected at all seasons and against all persons. The discussion will likewise embrace some practical points bearing on the out-door amusements and healthful recreation of the humbler classes of the community, as well as the general features of the piscatory art.
Probably the reader may discover, after finishing the perusal of the work, that it comprehends topics which highly concern, not merely anglers, but the public at large. Moreover, to an intelligent mind the proceedings of a Court of Justice are always worth a scrutiny, as they present, in an authentic form, the dealings in a country betwixt man and man, attest and explain laws and customs, and show how the