The perfect and experienced farrier

Publication Date1660
RemainderBeing necessary for all gentlemen-troopers, farmers, farriers, carriers, carmen, coach-men, and horse-coursers, &c. Shewing a most exact, easie and speedy way of curing all sorances and diseases incident to horses (and other cattle.) Wherein is shewed the true anatomy and inside of a horse, with his intrailes, sinewes, and number of bones, and veynes necessary for blood-letting. Never before published. Written by Robert Barret of Esborne in Sussex, and published for the good of his country
Extent[6], 31, [3] p.
Publisherprinted by T. Fawcet, for Fr. Coles, dwelling at the Lambe in the Old-Baily





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