F.F. for the Dovey

The following flies are listed in Francis Francis's book " A Book On Angling" from 1867.
For the DOVY or DEIFI. The patterns are of Farlow.
No. 1: Called the Welshman's fancy.
Tag : Gold tinsel and orange floss.
Tail : A topping and gallina, stained pink.
Butt : Black ostrich.
Body : Red wool.
Ribs : Silver tinsel.
Hackle : Claret and golden-olive laid together and wound on simultaneously.*
Throat : Pale blue dun hackle (unstained).
Wings : Strips of mallard, brown mottled turkey, bastard bustard, gallina, pale dirty pink Swan.
Horns : Blue Macaw.
Head : Black.

* This will be found easiest to do either by stripping one side of the hackle, or by preparing the hackles and laying one
within the other.
No. 2: Called The Captain
Tag : Gold thread.
Tail : A topping and tippet.
Butt : Black ostrich.
Body : In four joints; The first joint is composed one half of dark orange, and the other of dark red floss, just
below the joint a few turns of fine gold thread, above this a cock of the rock feather as hackle
The next joint is bright yellow and dark floss, gold thread and cock of the rock as before.
The third and fourth joint are of yellow and black floss, gold thread, and cock of the rock as before.
Wings : Brown mottled turkey with brown mallard over it.
Horns : Blue Macaw.
Head : Black.