London, South Kensington
8 October 1999
[SMITH, George.] The Angler's Magazine or Complete Fisherman: containing short, plain, and easy instructions, whereby the most ignorant beginner may in a short time become a perfect artist in angling ... by a gentleman who has made angling his diversion upwards of twenty-seven years, Dublin: James Hoey, junior, 1760. 12 (occasional light spotting), contemporary green morocco with gilt decorations on covers depicting an angler and two small fishing-baskets, roll-tool panel in blind, spine with raised bands and gilt lettering (just slightly rubbed).
Westwood and Satchell note that the book appears to be a combination of The Gentleman Angler and George Smith's Angler's Magazine of 1754. W. & S. p. 9; Petit 77.
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