A complete treatise on artificial fish-breeding: including the reports on the subject made to the French academy and the French government; and particulars of the discovery as pursued in England. (1854)
For the woodcarver and gilder, see William H. Fry.William Henry Fry (August 10, 1813 – December 21, 1864) was a pioneering American composer, music critic, and journalist. Fry was the first person born in the United States to write for a large symphony orchestra, and the first to compose a publicly performed opera. He was also the first music critic for a major American newspaper, and he was the first person to insist that his fellow countrymen support American-made music.