SHOTS FROM A LAWYER'S GUN.
Gilbertson and Page, Hertford, 1927, 6th edn., xx, 299pp, half tone pictorial frontis, in text line drawings and half tone ills. by Wallace MacKay, A. J. Munnings, F. Feller and others, [xi] ads., maroon cloth lettered in gilt at spine, single line border and title in blind upper board, the Norwich and Lowestoft lawyer and country sportsman follows his first book (on ferrets which was described by The Times as an 'admirable treatise' on 'these bloodthirsty little savages'), with a masterly discourse on the law with regard to hunting and shooting, illustrated with amusing anecdotes as well as case-law, an essential book for every country house library but also of great interest to every keeper and poacher, rubbed and a little bumped at extrems., nick to cloth at head of spine and frays to lower joint, most gilt lettering rubbed away, edges and endpapers tanned, a few marks in text, no dustwrapper, good reading copy,
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