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Series: Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes

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Hunting (The Badminton Library) by Duke of Beaufort1
Fishing. Salmon and trout (Badminton Library of sports and pastimes) by H. Cholmondeley-Pennell2
Fishing, Pike and Coarse fish by H. Cholmondeley-Pennell3
Racing and steeple-chasing [Badminton Library]. by Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire4
Shooting; Field and covert by Lord Walsingham5
Shooting moor and marsh by Thomas de Grey Walsingham6
Cycling (Badminton Library) by Viscount Bury7
Boating by W. B. Woodgate9
Cricket by A.G. Steel10
Driving by Duke of Beaufort11
Fencing, Boxing, and Wrestling The Badminton Library by Camille Prevost F.C. Grove Pollock, E.B. Mitchell12
Golf by Horace G. Hutchinson13
Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Rackets, Fives (Badminton Library) by J.M. Heathcote14
Mountaineering by Clinton Thomas Dent16
Coursing and falconry by Harding Cox17
Swimming by Archibald Sinclair19
Big game shooting by Clive Phillipps Wolley20 and 21
Yachting by Sir Edward Sullivan22 and 23
Archery by Charles James Longman24
Billiards, (Badminton library of sports and pastimes) by William Broadfoot27
The poetry of sport by Hedley Peek28
Motors and motor-driving by Sir Alfred Charles William Harmsworth29
Rowing by R. P. P. Rowe30
Polo (Badminton Library of sports and pastimes) by J. Moray Brown99
Riding (Badminton Library of sports and pastimes) by Robert Weir99

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1: Hunting
2: Fishing: Salmon & Trout
3: Fishing: Pike & Coarse Fish
4: Racing & Steeple-Chasing
5: Shooting: Field & Covert
6: Shooting: Moor & Marsh
7: Cycling
8: Athletics & Football
9: Boating
10: Cricket
11: Driving
12: Fencing, Boxing & Wrestling
13: Golf
14: Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Rackets & Fives
15: Riding & Polo
16: Mountaineering
17: Coursing & Falconry
18: Skating & Figure Skating
19: Swimming
20: Big Game Shooting I
21: Big Game Shooting II
22: Yachting I
23: Yachting II
24: Archery
25: Sea Fishing
26: Dancing
27: Billiards
28: The Poetry of Sport
29: Motors & Motor-Driving
30: Rowing & Punting
31: Athletics
32: Football
33: Cricket

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