The American eclectic practice of medicine, as applied to the diseases of domestic animals; in which every form of disease peculiar to animals is treated in accordance with the most approved methods of modern science, with a treatise on bleeding, blistering, mercurializing, and the pernicious effects of minerals on the animal fibers.
With a list of poisons and their antidotes, together with a historical sketch of the horse ...
|Main Author:||Titus, Nelson N.|
|Related Names:||Seymour, Charles. , Clark, E. K.|
Union, N.Y., N. N. Titus, 1865.
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