Markham's master-piece revived

Publication Date1688
RemainderDrawn with great pains from approved experience, and the publick practice of the best horse-marshals in Christendom. Divided into two books. The I. containing cures physical; the II. all cures chirurgical: together with the nature, use and quality of every simple mentioned through the whole work. Now the fourteenth time printed, corrected and augmented with above thirty new chapters, and forty new medicines heretofore never publish'd. To which is added by way of appendix, the countrey-man's care for his other cattle, containing the exactest receipts for curing all diseases in oxen, cows, sheep, hogs, goats, and all smaller cattel, with many new additions. And now in this impression is added The compleat jockey; containing methods for the training of horses up for racing; with their heats and courses, and manner of keeping, &c. Also instructions to the buyers, to avoid cheating horse-coursers; and all things necessary for gentlemen, and others. Never before made publick.
Extent1 v. ([16], 394, [2], 26, 49, [3] p.)
Publisherprinted by John Richardson for Tho. Passinger at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge, and M. Wotton and George Coniers, at the Three Daggers in Fleet-street, near the Inner-Temple; and at the Ring on Ludgate-Hill against the Old Baily



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