The gentleman's new pocket farrier,
comprising a general description of the noble and useful animal the horse, with modes of management in all cases and treatment in disease,
by Richard Mason. To which is added a prize essay on mules [by S.W. Pomeroy], an appendix containing recipes for diseases of horses, oxen, cows, calves, sheep, dogs, swine, etc. etc., with annals of the turf, American stud-book, rules for training, racing, etc. With a supplement: comprising an essay on domestic animals, especially the horse, with remarks on treatment and breeding; together with trotting and racing tables ... with useful calving and lambing tables, &c. &c. By J.S. Skinner.
|Main Author:||Mason, Richard, fl. 1808-1861?|
|Related Names:||Skinner, John S. 1788-1851., Pomeroy, Samuel Wyllys 1802-1882.|
Philadelphia, E. Claxton, 1883.
"Entered according to the act of Congress, in the year 1848."
Supplement has separate paging and special title page: Supplement to Mason and Hind's popular system of farriery ... by J.S. Skinner.
Spine title: Mason'[s] farrie[r] and stud book.
At head of title: Mason's farrier and stud-book - new edition.
415, 101 p.
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