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Markhams maister-peece: contayning all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses. Drawne ... from the publick practise of all the forraigne horse-marshals in Christendome; and from the private practise of all the best farriers of this land. Being divided into two bookes. The first containing all cures physicall: the second all belonging to chyrurgery; with an addition of 160. principall chapters, and 370. most excellent medicines, never written of, nor mentioned in any author whatsoever. Together with the true nature, use, and quality of every simpleple spoken of through the whole wor / [Gervase Markham].

  • Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637.
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Publication/Creation

London : William Wilson, 1651.

Physical description

7 pages, 8 unnumbered leaves (including engr. title page), 591 pages, 1112 unnumbered leaves (last blank), folded plate : add. engr. title page, woodcuts (one folded), illustrations ; (4to)

Edition

Now the seventh time newly imprinted /

Notes

Added engraved title page with illustrative border has altered impression number and imprint
A reprint of the 1643 (i. e. 1644) edition printed by John Okes
Copy 1 Note: Engr. t.p., sig. E2, last (blank) leaf and fldg. woodcut wanting. Imprint torn from main t.p. Engr. t.p. and main t.p. both supplied in photostat. X64256

References note

Wing M659
Poynter 20.7
ESTC R231915
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M659

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