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The classical farrier : exhibiting the whole anatomy of that noble animal the horse : perfectly describing, by elegant engravings on copper-plates, the various parts of the head, body, and limbs, both external and internal : together with the signs, causes, and true methods of curing every disease incident to horses. In the appendix are general rules for the proper management of running-horses, &c. Entirely by an improved and experienced mode of practice : to which is added, a copious index of diseases and their remedies

Merrick, William.
Date
1788

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London : Printed for the author. Sold by Mr. J. Kerby, Stafford-Street, Old Bond-Street, Piccadily; Mr. Searle, Corner of Warwick-Street, Golden-Square, 1788.

Physical description

7 unnumbered pages, xxiv, 25-827 pages, 7 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm (8vo.)

Edition

The second edition.

Notes

Includes index

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This material has been provided by The University of Glasgow Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Glasgow Library.
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  • English


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