F.F. for the Beauly E

The following flies are listed in Francis Francis's book " A Book On Angling" from 1867.
For the river BEAULY :
No.1 :
Tag : Silver twist and gold coloured floss.
Tail : A topping.
Butt : Black herl.
Boddy : Two turns of gold coloured floss, half yellow and half black Mohair.
Hackle : Black, over the black Mohair only.
Throat : Darkish blue (sparely) with blue Jay over it.
Wings : A couple of tippet strips, Golden Pheasant tail, brown Mallard, Gallina, yellow, red, and orange sprigs. A
topping over all.
Horns : Blue Macaw.
Head : Black.
No.2 :
Tail : A topping and Mallard.
Boddy : Medium blue.
Ribs : Gold tinsel.
Hackle : Do. hackle. *
Throat : Gallina and Blue Jay over it..
Wings : Strips of Bustard, dark and light Turkey, and some Peacock herl. A topping over all.
* I'm not sure what he means by "do.", but I asume that it is "dito", so medium blue, like the body.