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ness, ib.; angling his favourite re-
creation, ib.; death of Mrs. Walton,
3; her epitaph, ib.; Walton writes
the life of Dr. Donne, ib. ; and of
Sir Henry Wotton, 4; publishes the
Complete Angler, ib.; five treatises
on angling before Walton's, 5;
sketch of Walton's character, 7;
and mental qualities, ib.; his
Angler, successively improved, goes
through five editions in his lifetime,
8; Walton writes the Life of
Hooker, 9; and of Herbert, 10;
the Lives of Donne, Wotton,
Hooker, and Herbert, in 1670,
were published together, 10; with
the fifth edition of the Complete |
Water-snake, account of, 194.
Weirs, or Stops on the Thames, against
Magna Charta, 274; destroyed by
Dickenson, Lord Mayor of London,
Whale, not a fish, 59.
Wharton, Dr. Thomas, portrait, and
account of, 60, 299.
Wheat, as a general bait, 284.
Whipping for Bleak, 259.
Whirling Dun-fly, 409, 411.
Whitaker, Dr. W., account of, 82.
White Miller, or Owl-fly, 423.
Will of Walton, 25.
Willow, experiment with concerning
Willy, the river, 299.
Angler came out the second part Winandermere, reference to, 247.
by Cotton, 11; Walton writes the Winch, various directions concerning,
Life of Bishop Sanderson, 13; 332; its use in salmon and trout-
concluding paragraph admired by fishing, 171.
Dr. Johnson, 18; Walton's friends
were distinguished characters, 19;
Walton a Royalist, and one of the
persons intrumental in preserving
the "Lesser George" for King
Charles, 19; a high-churchman,
20; writes a tract in favour of
conformity, ib. ; the author of
verses on Dr. Donne, 21; began
the Life of Sir Henry Saville, ib.
and to collect materials for that of
Hales, ib.; publishes Chalkhill's
Pastoral, 22; Walton's death, ib.;
account of his children, 23; his
circumstances, ib. ; his will, 25;
Commendatory Verses to, 35, 36,
37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42.
Walton, Isaak, the younger, 400.
Walton-on-Thames, view of, 320.
Ware, in Herts, view of, 43, 460.
Wasps, used as baits, 221, 237, 279.
Wasp-fly, how to make, 145, 425.
Wasp-nest, engraving of, 279.
Water, the praise of, 58; a medium
for sound, 69.
Water-frogs, nature of, &c., 197, 304.
Water-rat, 95; engraving of, 95.
Wind, what is best to fish in, 151;
where to fish, according to the dif-
ferent degrees of, 386, 432.
Windsor, views near, 84.
Wolsey Bridge, 369.
Woodcock-fly. See Oak-fly.
Worms, names of, and directions con-
cerning, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134,
135, 183, 184, 185, 215, 221, 228,
258, 277, 437, 439, 440; fly-
fishing with, 131; various names
of, ib.; to recover sick, 133; en-
graving of, 132.
Worsted and Crewels, for dubbing,
Wotton, Sir H., account of, 14; his
Fishing House, 84; portrait of, 86;
references to, 260, 314, 316.
Wye, Two Rivers of that name,
notice of, 32, 182, 176, 370,
Xenophon, reference to, 56.
Yellow-Dun fly, 145, 411.
Yellow dye for feathers, 418.
Zeus Opah, engraving of, 300.
Those marked (*) publish Catalogues.
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ALLEN, EDWARD, 198, Oxford Street.
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CARTER, Mr., Saddler's Wells.
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CREED, EBENEZER, 33, Wilderness Row, Goswell Street.
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