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The Harvest of the Sea
List of Authorities


HAVING been frequently asked by correspondents for a list of the chief authorities on fish, I beg to subjoin the titles of a few of the works I have had occasion to consult while preparing this volume:

A Review of the Domestic Fisheries of Great Britain and Ireland, by Robert Fraser, Esq. Edinburgh, 1818.

A Short Narrative of the Proceedings of the Society appointed to manage the British White Herring Fishery, etc., by Thos. Cole. London, 1750.

A Treatise on Food and Diet, by Jonathan Pereira, M.D., etc., 1843. London : Longman and Co.

A Treatise on the Management of Fresh-Water Fish, by Gottlieb Boccius, 1841. London: Van Voorst.

An Account of the Fish-Pool, etc., by Sir Richard Steell. London, 1718.

An Account of Three New Specimens of British Fishes, by Richard Parnell, 1837. Royal Society, Edinburgh.

An Essay towards the Natural History of the Herring, by James Solas Dodd, Surgeon. London, 1752.

Angler's and Tourist's Guide, by Andrew Young, Invershin, 1857. A. and C. Black, Edinburgh.

British Fish and Fisheries. Religious Tract Society.

Ceylon, Notes on, by James Steuart, Esq. of, Colpetty. Printed for Private Circulation, 1862.

Couch's Fishes of the British Islands, 1865. Groombridge.

Directions for Taking and Curing Herrings; and for Curing Cod, Ling, Tusk, and Hake, by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, Bart. Edinburgh, 1846.

Elements de Pisciculture, par M. Isidore L'Amy. Paris, 1855.

Evidence of the Royal Commission on the operation of the Acts relating to Trawling for Herring on the Coasts of Scotland. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of her Majesty. 1863.

Experimental Observations on the Development and Growth of Salmon Fry, etc., by John Shaw, 1840. Edinburgh : A. and C. Black.

Fish and Fishing in the Lone Glens of Scotland, by Dr. Knox, 1854. Routledge and Co.

Fish-Hatching, by Frank T. Buckland, 1863. Tinsley Brothers. Fisheries, The, considered as a National Resource, etc., 1856. Milliken, Dublin.

Forrester's Fish and Fishing in the United States, 1864. Townsend, New York.

Guide du Pisciculture, par J. Remy, 1854. Paris : Lacroix.

Guide Pratique du Pisciculture, par Pierre Carbonnier, 1864. Paris : Lacroix.

Herring-Fishery, on the Existing State of the, 1854. Herald Office, Aberdeen.

Howitt's Angler's Manual, 1808. Liverpool.

Ichthyonomy, 1857. Swinnerton and Brown, Macclesfield.

Illustrated London Almanac, 1864. London.

Irish Quarterly Review. W. B. Kelly, Dublin.

L'Alienation des Rivages, par M. Coste. Paris, 1863.

La Peche en Eau Douce et en Eau Salee, par Alphonse Karr, 1860. Paris : Michel Levy Freres.

Letter to a Member of Parliament recommending the Improvement of the Irish Fishery. Dublin, 1729.

Multiplication Artificelle des Poissons, par J. P. J. Koltz. Paris : Lacroix.

Natural History and Habits of the Salmon, etc., by Andrew Young, 1854. Longman and Co.

Natural History of the Salmon, as ascertained at Stormontfield. By William Brown, 1862. Glasgow : Thomas Murray.

Naturalist's Library, by Sir William Jardine, 1843. Edinburgh.

Notice Historique sur L'Etablissement de Pisciculture de Huningue, 1862. Strasbourg : Berger Levrault.

Note sur les Huitrieres Artificelles de Terrains Emergents, par M. Coste. Paris.

Observations on the Fisheries of the West Coast of Ireland, etc., by Thomas Edward Symons, 1856. London : Chapman and Hall.

Oyster, The, where, how, and when to find, breed, cook, and eat it. Trubner and Co.

Pisciculture, Pisciculteurs, et Poissons, par Eugene Voel, 1856. Paris : F. Chamerot.

Pisciculture et la Production des Sangsues, par Auguste Jourdier, 1856. Paris ; Hatchette and Co.

Pisciculture et Culture des Eaux, par P. Trigneaux. Paris ; Libraire Agricole de la Maison Rustique.

Pisciculture Pratique et sur l'Eleve et la Multiplication des Sangsues, par Quenard, 1855. Paris : De Dusacq.

Propagation of Oysters, by M. Coste and Dr. Kemmerer. Brighton, 1864. Pearce.

Proposals for Printing by Subscription a Complete Natural History of Esculent Fish, etc., by James Solas Dodd.

Report by the Commissioners for the British Fisheries of their Proceedings in the Year ended 31st December 1862, being the Fishing of 1862. Ditto for the years 1863-64.

Reports of the Commissioners of Crown Lands of Canada, 1863-64-65.

Report of the Royal Commissioners on the operation of the Acts relating to Trawling for Herring on the Coasts of Scotland. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1863.

Salmon and other Fish, Propagation of, by Edward and Thomas Ashworth, 1853. E. H. King, Stockport.

Sea-side and Aquarium, by John Harper, 1858. Nimmo, Edinburgh.

Sea-side Divinity, by the Rev. Robert W. Fraser, M. A., 1861. J. Hogg and Sons.

Shetland, Description of the Island of, etc., 1753. James, London.

Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon, by Sir J. Emerson Tennent, 1861. London : Longman and Co.

The Field, the Country Gentleman's Newspaper.

The Herring, its Natural History and National Importance, by John Mitchell, F.R.S., etc. Edinburgh, 1864.

The Interest of Scotland considered, etc. Edinburgh, 1733.

The Structure and Physiology of Fishes explained, etc., by Alexander Monro, M.D. Edinburgh, 1785.

The Young Angler's Guide, etc., 1839. J. Cheek, London.

Tweed Fisheries Acts, 1857-59. Eyre and Spottiswoode.

Vacation Tourists, 1862-3. London : Macmillan, 1864.

Voyage d'Exploration sur la Littoral de la France et de L'Italie, par M. Coste. Paris, 1861, Imprimerie Imperiale.

Yarrell's British Fishes. London : Van Voorst.

"*" Various numbers of Macmillan's Magazine, The Cornhill Magazine, Chambers' Journal, etc., have also been consulted, and quoted from, by permission of the publishers.


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