Item #329323 Partridge Rambles in which the author sets forth his reasons why he prefers to hunt that noble bird without the use of a dog. Together with some hints to those who might like to take up that fascinating sport. William Henry Claflin, Jr.

Partridge Rambles in which the author sets forth his reasons why he prefers to hunt that noble bird without the use of a dog. Together with some hints to those who might like to take up that fascinating sport.

[United States]: Privately Printed, 1937.

First edition [printed in an edition of 250 copies (see Biscotti, p. 83)]. Inscribed to "James C. White from Author" Frontispiece drawing of author from back. 32 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Original quarter brown cloth and tan boards, label on upper board. Almost fine Biscotti, p. 83 (recording a limitation of 250 copies); Heller 2:622 (edition of only 100 copies). Item #329323

Anecdotal history of partridge hunting in New Hampshire by a long-time sportsman: “I hope I shall have many more years to wander slowly through the covers, in the hopes of seeing a partridge. Whether or not I carry him home makes some difference but not much.” OCLC locates copies at Harvard and Utica College.

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