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1. PORTRAIT OF Walton, from a Picture by Houseman, in the Possession

of the Rev. Dr. Hawes, of Salisbury, copied by Mr. Derby, engraved
by W. Humphrys

Frontispiece 2. Vignette Of The Device of Wairon, impaling the Arms of his two

Wives, viz. Fludd and Ken; and the Arms of Cotton, impaling
his two Wives, viz. Hutchinson and Russell, drawn by Mr. Wille-
ment, engraved on wood by Byfield

Preface 3. VIEW OF SIR HENRY Wotton's FishinG-HOUSE, on the Banks of the

Thames, near Eton, drawn by Mr. Edward Hassell, engraved by J.
Adcock

сxxxviii 4. VIEW FROM THE LAWN OF SIR H. Wotton's FISHING-HOUSE, with

Windsor Castle and Eton College in the distance, drawn by Mr.
Hassell, engraved by Adcock .

cxxxix 5. PORTRAIT OF CHARLES Cotton. Esq. from a Picture by Sir Peter Lely, in the Possession of John Beresford, Esq. at Ashbourne, copied

clxv 6. PORTRAIT (whole length) OF IzsĂK WALTON, from a Painting by Mr.

Inskipp, engraved by Á. Robinson 7. ENGRAVED Title, designed by T. Stothard,

R.Å. engraved by A. Fox 8. MADELEY MANOR, the Seat of John Offey, Esq. engraved by Augustus Fox

1 9. FAC-SIMILE of the Title Page of the First Edition of the Compleat

Angler, 1653 10. VIGNETTE OF A MILLDAM, drawn by Delamotte, engraved by Fox 14 11. THE GREETING AT TOTTENHAM High Cross, drawn by T. Stothard,

R.A. 12. VIGNEtte, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by

W. H. Worthington
13. INTERIOR OF THEOBALDS, from a Print by Sparrow, from an Original

Picture then in the Collection of Earl Poulet, at Hinton St. George,
engraved by_Fox

51 14. EXTERIOR OF THEOBALDS, from 'a Picture by Vinkenboom, in the Fitz

william Museum, Cambridge, engraved by J. Richardson 15. The THATCHED House, Hoddesdon, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A.

engraved by Fox 16. AMWELL HiłL, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by w. J. Cooke 17. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by 18. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn bị T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Wor19. The BREAKFAST, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Fox 20. THE CHUB, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox 21. Master AND SCHOLAR ANGLING, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved

by Fox 22. BLEAK Hall, drawn by W. Hixon, engraved by J. Richardson 23. THE MILK MAID's Song, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Fox

122 25. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Wor

131 26. THE SYCAMORE TREE, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by Fox 27. GEORGE Inx, WARE, drawn by Ť. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Fox 167 28. THE FLY-FISHER, from a Picture by Mr. 'Inskipp, engraved by H.

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29. THE GRAYLING, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
30. THE SALMON, painted by Mr Inskipp, engraved by Fox
31. The Pike, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
32. BASKET OF PIKE, painted by Sir Francis Sykes, Bart, engraved by

J. G. Armytage
33. Tue CarP, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox :
34. THE BREAM, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
35. THE TENCH, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
36. VIGNETTE OF MILL-DAM, near St. Cross, Winchester, drawn by De-

lamotte, engraved by Fox
37. The Percu, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
38. THE EEL, painted by Mr. Hixon, engraved by Fox
39. THE BARBEL, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Fox
40. The Roach, Dace, Gudgeon, BLEAK, RUFFE, BULLHEAD, MINNOW,

AND Loach, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by W. J. Wilkinson
41. THE SUPPER, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by Fox
42. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Wor-

thington
43. OLD LONDON Bridge, from a Drawing by Pine, engraved by Roberts
44. THE PARTING AT TOTTENHAM, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved

by Fox
45. VIGNETTE OF A YOUTH ANGLING, painted by T. s. Cafe, Esq. en:

graved by W. J. Wilkinson
46. Portrait (whole length) oF CHARLES COTTON, Esq. from a Painting
47. WOOD-CUT of the Fishing-lotse, from a sketch by Worthington, en-

graved on wood by J. Thompson
48. Pike Pool, near Beresford Hall, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved

by Fox
49. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Wor-

thington
50. VIEW OF ASHBOURN, from the Old Road, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A.

engraved by W. J. Cooke
51. Hanson Toot in DOVE DALE, with Alstonefield Church in the distance,

drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by W. J. Cooke
52. BERESFORĎ Hall, the seat of C. Cotton, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A.

engraved by W. J. Cooke
53. PICKERING TOR, AND THE IRON Cuest, Dove Dale, drawn by T.

Stothard, R.A. engraved by W. J. Cooke
54. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved by Wor-

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55. DISTANT VIEW OF THE FISHING-HOUSE AND THE RIVER Dove, winding

• like a snake,' drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by W. J. Cooke
56. THE FISHING-HOUSE, front view, drawn by T. Stothard, Ř.A. engraved

by Fox
57. THE BACK FRONT OF The FısilisG-HOUSE, in a kind of peninsula,

with a delicate clear river about it,' drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. en

graved by W. J. Cooke
58. LANDING TÌE GRAYLING, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Fox
59. VIEW OF Pike Pool, painted by Mr. Inskipp, engraved by Freebairn
60. BERESFORD Hall, from the Hill, drawn by T. Stothard, R. A. engraved

by W. J. Cooke
61. VIGNETTE, Head-piece, drawn by T. Stothard, R.A. engraved by Wor-

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THE extreme popularity of the Complete Angler has been so fully proved by its numerous editions, that it can scarcely be necessary to solicit the favour of the public towards one more carefully edited, and more highly embellished, than any that has hitherto appeared.

Although much had been done to illustrate that beautiful Pastoral, it was still susceptible of pictorial embellishments of a superior character; and although great trouble had already been taken to discover information respecting Walton and Cotton, the subject was not exhausted.

The following observations will shew the particular claims of these volumes to the patronage of the public.

Of the embellishments little need be said, because the merits or demerits of works of art speak for themselves. The scenery was painted on the spot by the late Thomas Stothard, esq. R.A. by whose ingenious pencil all the

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