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A PREFATORY note to the “Sketches” tells us that “the subject-matter has, for the most part, been gleaned directly from the waterside, and should be looked upon more as the notes of a naturalist than the jottings of an angler.” Accordingly, it was with anticipation of interest that we turned to the opening chapter, on salmon.

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