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Creator:
Boaz, H. (Herman)
Title(s):

The angler's progress : a poem : developing the pleasures the angler receives from the dawn of the propensity in infancy, till the period of his becoming a complete angler

Published/Created:
Newcastle : Printed by Emerson Charnley, 1820.
Physical Description:
8 p. ; 20 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR4782 H46 1823
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
BEIN 2013 1220 2: Number 1 of 29 titles bound together with binder's title: Newcastle Typographical Society, Fishers' garland, 1836-1845. Accompanied by 1 unnumbered leaf of engraved portrait of Thomas Bewick and 1 unnumbered leaf of title page "A collection of right merrie garlands for North Country anglers, Newcastle: printed for Emerson Charmley, MDCCCXXXVI", both bound in at front. From the library of George Noble Clark.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound with: Verses written at the house of Mr. Henderson at Longleeford, near Cheviot, Northumberland. Newcastle : T. and J. Hodgson, 1823.
"The verses were written by H.B. [Boaz.] Three hundred copies were printed"--Martin.
Illustrated t.p.
Martin, J. Privately printed books, p. 426-427
Lowndes, IV, p. 160
Subject Terms:
Clark, George Noble -- Ownership.
Fishing -- Poetry.
Newcastle (England) -- Imprints -- Specimens -- 1820.
Contributors:
Charnley, Emerson, publisher.
Typographical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne.
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