|Title:||Lathams new and second booke of falconrie concerning the training vp of all hawkes that were vnmentioned in his first booke of the haggart faulcon and gerfaulcon, formerly printed; teaching approued medicines for all their diseases. / By Symon Latham, Gent.|
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Lathams new and second booke of falconrie concerning the training vp of all hawkes that were vnmentioned in his first booke of the haggart faulcon and gerfaulcon, formerly printed; teaching approued medicines for all their diseases. / By Symon Latham, Gent.
At London: Printed by I.B. for Roger Iackson, and are to be sold at his shop neere Fleet-Conduit, 1618.
|Alternate titles:||Lathams falconry. Book 2|
Falconry -- Early works to 1800.
Birds -- Diseases -- Early works to 1800.
❧ To the right VVorshipfull and Noble-minded Gentleman Sr Patrick Hume Knight, Mr Falconer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie: S. L. wisheth all increase of Honors in this life, and eternall happinesse in the world to come.
To the Courte∣ous Reader.
An acknowledgment of the Au∣thors loue and thankefullnesse to his first Maister and founder.
Jn commendation of the Au∣thor and his Booke.
A TABLE OF the Chapters and PRINCIPALL MAT∣TERS CONTAINED in this Booke.
LATHAMS new, and second Booke of FALCONRY.
CHAP. I. Of the Goshawke compared with other Fowles of the aire, as they are vnreclaimed and wilde; and of the awe and fearefulnesse they haue of man aboue all other creatures.
CHAP. II. Of the Spaniel, and the societie there ought to bee betweene the man, the Hawke, and himselfe.
CHAP. III. Instructions for the Osteringer to obserue.
CHAP. IIII. Of the difference in the manner of flying of the Goshawke, compared with the other, which the Osteringer ought to obserue.
CHAP. V. Of the nature of the Goshawke compared with the Lanner, for her soundnesse and long la∣sting; the which dependeth vpon the well ordering and gouerning of her Keeper.
CHAP. VI. Of the skilfull Ostringer, and how he may through his negligence as soone destroy and kill his Hawke, as one of more slender iudgement.
CHAP. VII. Instructions for the yong man from the Mewe.
CHAP. IX. Of the Hauke that will not endure or abide the sight of the hood.
CHAP. X. To make the Goshawke gentle, and to loue the hood, that hath with ill vsage beene bea∣ten out of loue with all before.
CHAP. XI. To reclaime the Hawke from the Cage.
CHAP. XII. How and in what manner the Goshawke ought to be called loose, and taught to draw, and in what places, for the better auoiding of such in∣conueniences as shee is subiect vn∣to, and may befall in that time.
CHAP. XIII. To make loue and vnity betweene the Ostringer himselfe, his Hawke, and his Spaniels; which is a speciall thing to bee obserued.
CHAP. XIIII. How you shall first enter your Hawke, and teach her flye to the field, and to order and ma∣nage her there during that season.
CHAP. XV. How to enter the Goshawke to the Couart.
CHAP. XVI. A note worthy of obseruation for the imboldening of any Hawke, that hath beene rebuked or discouraged by the Spa∣niels.
CHAP. XVII. The Haggart Goshawke in particular.
CHAP. XVIII. That the Hawke being well entred, and in loue with Partridge, ought not to be flone to the Couart at all.
CHAP. XIX. To teach the Goshawke to flye to the Wilde-ducke or Mallard, that frequenteth the ponds or pri∣uate pittes; which is a good sport, and a good prey when it is taken.
CHAP. XX. To flye to the Wilde-goose or Hearon, to the Rooke, the Mew, or any other such short flight, which are to be killed at the sudden sowce, by the policie of the Hawke that is not swift of her wing to take them otherwise
CHAP. XXI. Of the Sparhawke.
CHAP. XXII. Of the Lanner and Lanneret.
CHAP. XXIII. Of the Haggart Lanner.
CHAP. XXIIII. Of the Ramage Lanner to the Field.
CHAP. XXV. Of the Ramage Lannner for the Riuer.
CHAP. XXVI. Of the Ramage Lanneret for the Riuer or Field.
CHAP. XXVII. Of the Eyas Lanner, or Lanneret.
Lathams approued medicines, incident to all Hawkes mentioned in this Booke.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of the cold in the head, or the Rye.
CHAP. XXIX. Of the Rye or stuffing in the Head.
CHAP. XXX. Of the Craye.
CHAP. XXXI. Of the Eye.
CHAP. XXXII. For the Eye that shall haue any hurt by accident or otherwise to grow vpon it.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of the Hobby and the Marlion.
The Epilogue, Wherein is contained the opinion of a worthy Diuine S. I. and composed by himselfe, con∣cerning this and the like subiect.