Game Bird Culture : An economic study of Scottish grouse moors : an update (2001) / a report by the Fraser of Allander institute for research on the Scottish economy, University of Strathclyde.; Fraser of Allander institute for research on the Scottish economy, University of Strathclyde.
Game Lawa Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A treatise conteining divers benefits and priuiledges, and the power and authoritie granted to the patentee, who hath his Maiesties licence or grant of charter warren vnder the great seale of England : Collected out of diuers of the lawes and statutes of this kingdome, and viewed and allowed by Sir Henry Yelverton knight, his Maiesties Atturney Generall, for all those who take the graunt. To be deliuered to them at the office thereof, kept at the house of Sir Henry Breton knight, one of the commisioners for making of the said graunts, in Drury Lane.; Yelverton, Henry,
Game Laws England 17th Century Sources : Ad general' quarterial' session pacis domini Regis & dominæ Reginæ tent' apud Skipton per adjour' & prale West-Rid. com. præd. decimo quarto die Augusti anno regni Domini & Dominæ Willielmi & Mariæ dei gra' Angl' Scot' Franc' & Hiber' Regis & Reginæ fidei defensor' &c. : Sexto ac per adjour' apud Leeds decimo sexto die Augusti præd' ac per adjour' apud Rotheram vicesimo primo die Augusti praed. Coram Honorabili Henrico Fairfax armiger', Johanne Kay, Lyon Pilkinton ... armiger; & aliis soriis suid justic' decor' Domini Regis & Dominæ Reginæ ad p in & pro le West-Ryd. Com' praed. conseruand' assignat, &c.; England and Wales.
Game Preserves Burma : A game- book for Burma & adjoining territories : the types, distribution and habits of large and small game, together with notes on game preservation, photography, tracking, still-hunting and the care and measurement of trophies.; Peacock, E.H.
Games Of Chance Mathematics : Of the laws of chance, or, A method of calculation of the hazards of game : plainly demonstrated and applied to games at present most in use : which may be easily extended to the most intricate cases of chance imaginable.; Arbuthnot, John,