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Boyle's vade mecum; or, the gentleman's pocket companion. Being a complete investigation of the nature and structure of the horse: Shewing his true Proportion, by which his Perfections and Blemishes are ascertained with Ease and Precision; so as to discover his Disorders by their Symptoms, and the most rational Treatment and Cure. With the approved method of breaking and training. Embellished with Three Copper-Plates, delineating the true Anatomy of that noble and valuable Animal, with proper References. From the original manuscript of D. Phenegan and J. Daly, Late of Newmarket and the Curragh of Kildare. To which is annexed practical receipts, For the Cure of Oxen, Cows, Sheep, &c.

  • Phenegan, Daniel.
Date
[1798?]
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London : printed and published by P. Boyle; and sold at no.107, Wardour Street; Richardson, under the Royal Exchange; Wilmot, Borough; and J. Kerby, Oxford Street, [1798?]

Physical description

viii,197,[9]p.plates ; 12⁰.

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

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ESTC T114724

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  • English


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