The veterinary surgeon;
or, farriery taught on a new and easy plan: being a treatise on all the diseases and accidents to which the horse is liable ... and the most approved remedies employed ... in every case; with instructions to the shoeing-smith, farrier, and groom, how to acquire knowledge in the art of farriery, and the prevention of diseases. Preceded by a popular description of the animal functions in health, and showing the principles on which these are to be restored when disordered.
By John Hinds [pseud.] With considerable additions and improvements, particularly adopted to this country, by Thomas Smith.
|Main Author:||Badcock, John, fl. 1816-1830.|
|Related Names:||Smith, Thomas Moore.|
Philadelphia : J. Grigg, 1830.
First edition published London, 1827.
xiv, 284 p.
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