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Guide de l'acheteur de livres de chasse. Paris: Pairault et Cie [1898]. 44 pp. 12°. [Pond (A. E.)] Library catalogue: travel, adventure and sport. [New York 1898?] 17l. sq. 16°. Slater (J. H.) Illustrated sporting books. A descriptive survey of a collection of English illustrated works of a sporting ... character, with an appendix of prints relating to sports of the field. London: L. Upcott Gill, 1899. viii, 203 pp. 12°.

Wisconsin.-Free Library Commission. Some good books for boys. Out-of-door sports-Occupations. 1899. [Madison, 1899.] 21. 8°.

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Forst-Archiv zur Erweiterung der Forst- und Jagd-Wissenschaft und der Forst- und Jagd-Literatur; herausgegeben von W. G. von Froser. Ulm, Stettin, 1788-1807. v. 1-30. 8°.

ser. [1] 17 v. 1788-96; ser. [2] (Neues Forst-Archiv), v. 1-13, 1796-1807.

Forst- und Jagd-Kalender. Hrsg. von F. Judeich und H. Behm. v. 19, pt. 2 (1892). Berlin, 1892. I V. 16°.

Illustrirte Jagdzeitung: Organ für Jagd, Fischerei und Naturkunde, hrsg. von W. H. Nitzsche. Jahrg. 1-vi. October, 1873-September, 1879. Leipzig: H. Schmidt, 1873-79. Bd. i-6. Fo.

Jahrbuch für Volks- und Jugendspiele. Hrsg. von E. von Schenckendorff und F. A. Schmidt. Jahrg. 10-11 (1901-1902). Leipzig, 1901-1902. 8°.

Journal für das Forst- und Jagdwesen. v.1-5. Leipzig, 1790-97. 8°.

Journal für das Forst- Jagd- und Fischereywesens, zur nützlichen und angenehmen Unterhaltung. Hrsg. von G. L. Hartig. Jahrg. 1-2. [Stuttgart,] 1806-07. 8°.

Neue Jagd-Zeitung mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Jagd-Betriebs in West-Deutschland... hrsg. von A. Gödde. Offizielles Vereins-Organ des Landesvereins Westfalen... Jahrg. 1-2. Münster i. W.: H. Schoningh, 1888–89. 2 v. 4°.

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Sporting (The) magazine. v. 1-81 (Oct., 1792Apr., 1833), 1855-1860. London, 1792-1860. 8°.

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United States.

Amateur sportsman. (1900) v. 22, no. 5; (1901) v. 26, no. 1; (1902) v. 27, no. 3. New York, 19001902. F°. Monthly.

American (The) Field, the sportsman's journal. v. 14, no. 21-v. 36 (1881-91). New York, 1881-91. F.

V. 14-15 have title: Chicago Field.

American turf register and racing calendar. V. 1-11, 15 -17, 19-23, 25-30, 41-42]. (1830-40, 1844-47, 1849-53, 1855-60, 1871-72.) New York, 1830-1873.


v. 1-15 have title, "Am. turf register and sporting magazine.' v. 1-8 pub. in Baltimore.


v. 30-date. San

Breeder and sportsman.
Francisco, 1897-date. F°.

Chicago Field. See American Field.
Country life in America. v. I-date (Nov.
1901-date). New York, 1901-date. F°.
Current. Monthly.

Field and Fancy. V. 10-date (1902-date). New York, 1902-date. F°.


Field and stream. v. 3, no. 1; 5, nos. 4-12; 6date; 8-12 (April, 1898, May, 1900-date). New York, 1898-date. Fo.

Current. Continuation of American angler.

Figaro; or, Corbyn's chronicle of amusements: a V. 57-75 also called new series v. 1-25; v. 76-81 called weekly journal devoted to art, music and the drama. second series v. 1-6; sub-title of v. 1-81 reads: 66 V. I-2. or, Monthly 4°. New York, 1850-51. calendar of the transactions of the turf, the chase, "" etc.; 1855-1860 sub-title reads: "United with the Sportsman, Sporting review and New Sporting magazine."

Forest and stream: a weekly journal devoted to field and aquatic sports, edited by Charles

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Gameland: a monthly echo from the woods and waters, the mountains and the fields. v. 6, no. 3; v. 7, no. 4; v. 8, nos. 1-2 (1895-96), v. 10-II, V. 12, nos. 1-2 (1896-97). New York, 1895-97. 8°. Merged into Land and Water.

Land and Water. The authority on American amateur sports. n. s., v. 2, no. 5; v. 3-4; v. 5, no. I (1898-1899). New York, 1898-1899. 8°. Ceased publication.

New York Clipper. Sporting and theatrical journal. v. 31, no. 51; v. 32, nos. 29, 38; v. 33, nos. 24, 25, 50; v. 34, nos. 26, 29; v. 35, nos. 15, 16, 24. New York, 1884-87. F°.

New York (The) Sportsman. [Weekly.] v. I32 (May 22, 1875-1891). New York, 1875-91. F°. From May, 1892, consolidated with: Spirit of the Times. Outing. An illustrated monthly magazine of sport, travel and recreation. v. I-date (1882date). New York, 1883-date. 8°.

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Spirit of the Times and New York Sportsman. The American Gentleman's Newspaper. v. 10111-39, v. 13-24, n. s., v. 1-5; 10-11; 16, nos. I, 22-27, V. 91-139 (1840-date). New York (1840date.) F.

Consolidated, in Dec., 1902, with "The Horseman," of Chicago and New York. New series, v. 29, no. 4-the end called v. 86, no. 4, etc.; n. s., v. 1-5, called Porter's Spirit of the Times"; n. s., v. 10-11, called "Wilkes' Spirit of the Times." In May, 1892, "The New York Sportsman' was consolidated with it. Edited by W. T. Porter (to 1859), G. Wilkes (to 1872), E. A. Buck.

Sporting life. v. 28, no. 2 (1897-Feb. 13). Philadelphia, 1897. F°.


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Chapus (Eugène). France de 1589 à 1841. 1853. 12°.

Hooft (G. P.) *De re venatica tam antiqua quam hodierna. Lugduni Batavorum, 1748. 36 PP., 2 1. 8°.

Joux chez tous les peuples du monde depuis l'antiquité la plus reculée jusqu'a nos jours, Première série... (In: Bescherelle (L. N.) ainé. Instruction popularisée par l'illustration. Paris, 185154. 4°. 46 pp.)

Mortillet (G. de). Origines de la chasse, de la pêche et de l'agriculture. Paris: Vigot freres, 1890. V. I. 8°. (Bibliothèque anthropologique. v. 12.)

Smith (H.) Festivals, games and amusements, ancient and modern. New York, 1831. 12°. Same. New York, 1832. 16°.

Straet (Jan van der). Venationes Ferarum, Auium, Piscium. Pvgnæ Bestiariorum: & mutuæ Bestiarum. Depictæ a Joanne Stradano: Editæ Joanne Gallæo: Carmine illvstratæ a C. Kiliano Dufflæo. Antuerpia: Joannes Gallaus [1580?]. 105 plates. F°.

Vliet (Jan van). Venatio novantiqua. [Leyden ] Ex Officina Elzeveriana, 1645. 16°.


Bormann (E.) Die Jagd in den altfranzösischen Artus- und Abenteuer-Romanen. Marburg: N. G. Elwert, 1887. 2 p. l., 118 pp. 8°. (Ausg. u. Abhandl. aus... der roman. Philol... LXVIII.)

Les chasses princiéres en Paris: L. Hachette et Cie.,

Dunoyer de Noirmont ( ), baron. Histoire de la chasse en France dupuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu'à la Révolution. v. 1-3. Paris: Ye. Bouchard-Huzard, 1867-68. 3 v. 8°.

V. 1. Chroniques de la chasse.

v. 2. Droit de chasse.-Gibier.-Chiens.-Vénerie.

v. 3. Louveterie.-Fauconnerie.-Chasse atir.-Chasses di


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Boeheim (Wendelin). Bogen und Armrust. Eine vergleichende Studie über Gebrauch und Wirkung alter Fernwaffen. (Zeitchr. f. hist. Waffenkunde. Dresden, 1898. F°. v. 1, pp. 133-135; 161-164.)

Delaunay (L. A.) Étude sur les anciennes compagnies d'archers, d'arbaletriers et d'arquebusiers. Paris: Champion (Corbeil, printed), 1879. X, 412 pp., 54 pl. F.

Hammer-Purgstall ([Joseph von]). Ueber Bogen und Pfeil, den Gebrauch und die Verfertigung der selben bei den Arabern und Türken. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Phil.-Hist. Classe. Denksch. Bd. 41. pp. 1-34. 3 pl. Wien, 1853. F°.)

Hansard (George Agar). The book of archery, ancient and modern; and an account of the toxophilite societies. London, 1840. pl. 8°.

Morse (Edward S[ylvester)]. Ancient and modern methods of arrow-release. 56 pp. n. p., n. d. 8°.

Repr.: Bulletin of the Essex institute, vol. xvii, Oct.-Dec. 1885.

Mosely (W. M.) An essay on archery describing the practice of that art in all ages and nations. Worcester [1792]. x, 348 pp., I pl. 8°.

Noble (Le) et gentil jeu de l'arbaleste à Reims. [Edited by P. Tarbé.] Reims, 1841. xxv, 40 pp. 12. (Soc. d. Biblioph. d'Reims.)

Payne-Gallwey (Sir Ralph). The mediæval crossbow. The Field. London, 1902. 12-13, 162-163.)

Roberts (Thomas).

v. 99, PP.

The English bowman; or, Tracts on archery; added, the second part of [William Wood's] Bowman's glory [by W. M., or W. H.] London, 1801. pl. 8°.

General Works, Manuals, etc.

Ascham (Roger). Toxophilus, the schole, or partitions of shooting. Contayned in two bookes. Written... 1544... Anno 1571. Imprinted at London... by T. Marshe. To which is added a dedication and preface, by the Rev. J. Walters. Wrexham: Repr. by R. Marsh, 1788. xxi, 2300

pp. 1 1. 16°.

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best advice for selecting the gun, shot, and powder. . . also a description of the implements for archery... by a sportsman. London: F. H. Munday [1835?]. I p. l., 32 pp., I pl. 24°.

Ford (Horace A.) Archery: its theory and practice. London: J. Buchanan, 1856. 4, 128 pp., 6 pl. 8°.

Thompson (Maurice). The Witchery of Archery. New ed., with a chapter on English archery practice. New York: Scribner's [cop. 1879). x (ii), 269 pp. 16°.

Thompson (Maurice), and Thompson (W. H.) How to train in archery. New York: E. I. Horsman [cop. 1879]. 2 p.l., 54 pp., I pl. 24°.

Grand Western Archery Society. Rules and shooting regulations, with a sketch of the origin of the meetings, and prize lists from the commencement in 1861. Exeter, 1883. xii, 77 pp. 12°.

Longman (C. J.), and Walrond (H.) Archery. With contributions by Miss Legh, and others. xvi, 534 pp., 2 maps, 23 pl. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1894. 12°. (The Badminton Lib.)

Mitchel (J. S.) Archery... 31 pp. ill. New York: Am. Sports Publ. Co. [1895.] 16°. (Spalding's Athletic Library. no. 40.)

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Albertus, Magnus. De falconibus. (In his : De animalibus. Venetiis, 1519. F°. pp. 187192.)

Traité de fauconnerie. Traduit d'Albertle Grand. (In: Livre (Le) du Roi Dancus. .. Paris, 1883. 12°. pp. 31-94.)

Livre (Le) du Roi Dancus. Texte français inédit au xiiie siècle, suivi d'un Traité de fauconnerie, également inédit d'aprés Albert le Grand. Avec une notice et des notes, par H. Martin-Dairvault. Paris: Lib. des Bibliophiles, 1883. 2 p. 1., xiv, 1 l., 136 pp. 12°. (Cabinet de vénerie no. 6.) no. 129 of 340 cops. printed. "Traité de fauconnerie " is printed from a MS, of the end of the 15th cent.

Demetrius, Pepagomenus. Hepì Tŷs Tŵv ἱερακῶν ἀνατροφῆς τε καί Θεραπείας. (In Elianus, C. De natura animal. v. 2, pp. 337-516. 1866.)

Thou (Latin Thuanus, Jacques Auguste de). Hieracosophion, sive De re accipitraria. (In Delicia poet. Gall. v. 3, pt. 2. 1609.)

The first edition was printed at Paris in 1584 by Mamert Patisson.

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