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Context of The art of English shooting : Under the following heads: Of the knowledge of a good fowling piece. The ordering and managing the fowling-piece. The appendages of the fowling-piece. The choice of powder, shot, and flints. Of partridge shooting, with the choice and ordering of pointers. Of pheasant shooting, with the ordering of spaniels. Of woodcock shooting. Of snipe shooting. Of water and fen-fowl shooting; and the use of proper dogs. Of upland winter shooting. With necessary observations for the young sportsman, when out and on returning home. Also abstracts of the late acts of Parliament for the preservation of the game: together with an abstract of the act of Parliament for preventing the stealing of dogs, &c. By George Edie, gent
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