CHARLETON, T. W. The Art of fishing. A poem, North Shields: for the author, 1819. 8, errata slip at end, contemporary straight-grained green half morocco (rubbed). Provenance: Joseph Crawhall (bookplate); Thomas Satchell (noted by Petit). FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Described by Westwood as "An attempt, not quite so successful as that of John Denny's, to give a rhymed compendium of the mechanism of the art." W. & S. p. 58; Petit 564.
CHESSYRE, E. Posthumous Songs, Manchester: Wilmot Henry Jones, 1837. 8, lithographed silhouette as frontispiece (some thumb-soiling), contemporary brown cloth. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Contains "The pleasures of Fishing," "The Jolly Anglers," "The Miseries of Fly-fishing," and "Bottom fishers," as well as a poem on "Manchester Free Grammar School". W. & S. p. xvii; Petit 574: "plaquette trs rare".
WAYTH, C. Trout Fishing: or, The River Darent. A rural poem, London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1845. 8, contemporary red cloth, decorated in blind and lettered in gilt along spine. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. W. & S. p. 238; Petit 2166 -- and 5 other volumes of verse, including Songs of the Chace (second edition, 1811) in contemporary straight-grained full brown morocco gilt [W. & S. p. 197; Petit 1994] and The Coquet-Dale Fishing Songs edited by Thomas Doubleday (Edinburgh, 1852) in brown half morocco gilt [W. & S. p. 65; Petit 613]. (8)