Observations Regarding the Salmon Fishery of Scotland: Especially with Reference to the Stake-net Mode of Fishing; the Regulation of the Close-time; and the Necessity of a Legislative Revisal Fo the Antiquated Scots Statutes at Present Applicable to These Subjects
Bell & Bradfute, 1824 - Salmon fisheries - 60 pages
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