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FOREST AND GAME-LAW
IN THREE VOLUMES.
THE MANOR AND THE EYRIE.
THE STAUNCH AND THEIR WORK.
OLD LANDMARKS AND OLD LAWS.
EDWARD MOXON, DOVER STREET.
It appears to be generally thought that some
change must take place with regard to the Preservation of Game, and the administration of the
Game-laws. It is thought by some that such change might be made in a more wise, easy and amicable manner if a clear knowledge of the operation of the present system on all the parties concerned were more general than it is found to be. It has been represented to me that this last object might possibly be promoted by such a work as I am therefore venturing to offer. Under such a representation, I could not but venture to offer it.
It appeared to me that there could be no true understanding of the present Game-law system