London: Chapman & Hall, 1869. viii,,371pp., including engraved color frontis and title, plus ten plates. Half title. Publisher's maroon cloth, boards blind tooled, spine gilt. Corners bumped, spine and edges sunned. Light foxing to several plates, text moderately tanned. About very good. Campbell Hardy's second book. His reminiscences of hunting, fishing, and camping on his trips to Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Hardy was a well known sportsman and visited Acadia on many occasions over the years. "Incidents of personal association with individuals of the Micmac and Milicete tribes of Indians fill the volume" - Field. FIELD 652 SABIN 30349. (Inventory #: WRCAM51955)
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