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SWIMMING

SWIMMING

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A volume in the All-England series. Full of useful advice on every aspect of swimming, including "When using a bathing machine, make sure that your doors are fastened, and in particular to attend to the signal of the boy on the horse, or you may find yourself flung violently through the opening doors as the beast begins to strain at his collar."

Second edition. Small 8vo. [v] + 64pp. + [6] adverts at the back. 60 illustrations. Original illustrated cloth, sl rubbed, title to spine faded. A good copy.

Date
1898
Publisher
George Bell
Author
Martin Richard COBBETT & John RACSTER

£70.00 (Code: 66328)

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