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The gentleman's stable directory, or, Modern system of farriery : comprehending all the most valuable prescriptions and approved remedies, accurately proportioned and properly adapted to every known disease to which the horse is incident; interspersed with occasional references to the dangerous and almost obsolete practice of Gibson, Bracken, Bartlet, Osmer, and others; also particular directions for buying, selling, feeding, bleeding, purging, and getting into condition for the chase; with experimental remarks upon the management of draft horses, their blemishes and defects. To which is now added, a supplement, containing practical observations upon thorn wounds, punctured tendons, and ligamentary lameness. With ample instructions for their treatment and cure; illustrated by a recital of cases, including a variety of useful remarks; with a successful method of treating the canine species, in that destructive disease called the distemper

Taplin, William, 1740?-1807.
Date
1793

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Modern system of farriery

Publication/Creation

London : Printed for G.G.J. & J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, and C. & G. Kearsley, Fleet-Street, 1793.

Edition

The twelfth edition.

Physical description

xvi, 504 pages, 8 unnumbered pages : portrait ; 22 cm (8vo.)

Notes

Includes index

Type/Technique

Language

  • English


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The gentleman's stable directory, or, Modern system of farriery : comprehending all the most valuable prescriptions and approved remedies, accurately proportioned and properly adapted to every known disease to which the horse is incident; interspersed with occasional references to the dangerous and almost obsolete practice of Gibson, Bracken, Bartlet, Osmer, and others; also particular directions for buying, selling, feeding, bleeding, purging, and getting into condition for the chase; with experimental remarks upon the management of draft horses, their blemishes and defects. To which is now added, a supplement, containing practical observations upon thorn wounds, punctured tendons, and ligamentary lameness. With ample instructions for their treatment and cure; illustrated by a recital of cases, including a variety of useful remarks; with a successful method of treating the canine species, in that destructive disease called the distemper. Public Domain Mark


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