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Nall, G.Herbert: The Life of the Sea Trout, Especially in Scottish Waters, with chapters on the Reading and Measuring of Scales. 1930, 1st edition. 95 plates, 15 text figures and diagrams, 335pp. Original green cloth binding, small ink inscription on front end paper. Good example.



Nathan, W: Gone Fishing. 1960, 1st edition, charming woodcuts by Kenneth Lindley. 212pp, good in dust wrapper, small portion missing from top edge of d.w. An entertaining miscellany cover Sussex Ouse, Gower Peninsula, Pembroke, Swansea and Hampstead Heath.



Needham, T.H: The Complete Sportsman. 1817, London. First edition. Pages 300 to 311 on Angling and Fish Ponds. 312pp. Half title. Bound in old style half calf binding.



Nemes, Sylvester: Soft-Hackled Fly Imitiations. 1991, 1st edition. U.S.A. Coloured photos of flies, 113pp. As new in dust wrapper. Signed by the author on half title with an original fly tied by himself.



Newland, Rev. Henry: Forest Scenes in Norway and Sweden, Being Extracts From A Journal of a Fisherman. 1855, G. Routledge and Co. London. 2nd edition. 7 full page engraved plates, a good clean example in the original bright blue decorative cloth binding, very slight marking to covers.



Newland, Rev. Henry: The Erne, It's Legends And It's Fly - Fishing. 1851, London, 1st edition, hand coloured frontis of flies, coloured Fairy Fly on title page, folding map, full page engraved plates, 395pp, original decorative cloth binding, rebacked, bookplate. Good example. Scarce.



Niall, Ian: Trout from the Hills, Confessions of an Addicted Fly Fisherman. 1961, text illus. 160pp, orig. blue cloth bdg., good in dust wrapper. Reminiscences and tales of fishing the high mountain lakes of North Wales.



Nobbs, Percy E: Salmon Tactics. 1934, illustrated by the author, 147pp., original green cloth binding.



Nobbs, Robt: The Compleat Troller or The Art of Trolling, by a Lover of the Sport with a description of all the utensils, instruments, tackling and materials etc. 1682, London, printed by T. James, 1st edn, 78 pp, conts. leaf, 2 text woodcuts. Most attractively bound in full nineteenth century full red morocco with gilt edges and gilt inner dentelles. Some pages repaired with some loss of text. The Rev. Nobbes was not the earliest writer on Trolling, (Barker, Walton, etc. having gone before) but he has always been considered the father of that branch of the sport. Scarce.



North Country Anglers: A Collection of RightMerrie Garlands for North Country Anglers. 1820-1831. Newcastle. Collection of the first thirteen garlands published by Emerson Charnley plus Boaz: The Angler's Progress, 1820 and The Tyne Fisher's Farewell, 1824. Charming woodcut title pages by Thos. Bewick and others. Most of the garlands seem to be limited to under three hundred copies and each garland consists of approximately eight printed pages. Modern quarter black calf binding. Fine example apart from some scattered light foxing.



North, Hon. Roger: A Discourse of Fish and Fish-ponds, by a Person of Honour. 1714, printed E. Curll, London. Variant first edition. Having an Errata leaf included listing twelve text mistakes in the 1713 edition. Title page engraved with ornate floral and winged bird motiff, entirely different to the 1713 title page. 79pp. Attractively bound in full panelled masked blind tooled calf. Clean crisp example.



North, Hon. Roger: A Discourse of Fish and Fish-ponds, by a Person of Honour. 1715, London, 2nd edition, printed-for E. Curll, engraved title page, 94 pp, contents and advert leaf, fine crisp copy in old style full morocco binding, book plate.