City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
The sportsman’s dictionary: or, the country gentleman’s companion, in all rural recreations: With full and particular Instructions for Hawking, Hunting, Fowling, Setting, Fishing, Racing, Riding, Cocking. With the Method of breeding, curing, dieting, and ordering of Horses, Dogs, Pigeons, Cocks, &c. Extracted from the most celebrated English and French authors, Ancient, and Modern: With Large Improvements, made by several Gentlemen well experienced in these noble Exercises. Illustrated with near thirty copper-plates, representing the different kinds of Nets, Engines, and Traps, that are made use of in taking all sorts of Game. ...
London: Printed for C. Hitch, at the Red Lion, and C. Davis, both in Pater-Noster-Row; and S. Austen, at the Angel and Bible in St Paul’s Church-Yard., 1735.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Cornelius I. Bogart||Volume 1||7/12/1790||7/12/1790||Sportmans Dictionary|
|Robert Charles Johnson||3/16/1792||3/20/1792||6p||Country|
|Selah Strong||Volume 1||8/29/1799||9/2/1799||Sportsmans Dict.|
|Gerard Depyster||Volume 1||1/5/1801||1/7/1801||Sportsman's Dict.|
|Andrew Mitchell||Volume 1||3/17/1804||4/2/1804||Sportsman's Dict|
|Michael Price||4/28/1804||5/2/1804||Sportsmans Dictionary|
|Frederick de Peyster||Volume 1||11/1/1804||11/2/1804||Sportsman's Dict.|