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Dunbar, J. Rimell, author, publisher.
Park rding : containing instructions for acquiring the Grecian seat, the favourite and fashionable position acquired by ladies in the trot : with some remarks on the art of horsemanship / by J. Rimell Dunbar, professor of equitation.
Second edition.
London : Printed for, and published by the author, at Mr. Hetherington's Stables, 18, Connaught Terrace, Hyde Park, 1861.
London : F. Shoberl, Printer, 51, Rupert Street, Haymarket, W.
Physical Description:
viii, 24, 23-94, [2] pages, [8] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
SF309 .D86 1861
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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With leaf inserted in Signature C containing pages *23 and 24*.
With "Opinions of the press (1st. edition)" printed on blue-green paper on 1 folded sheet tipped in following page 94.
Edition statement at head of title.
Printer's statement from foot of page 94.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's original dark blue-green cloth; blind stamped on front and back covers, gold lettering on front cover and spine. Bookplate: Union Club, Brighton. Presented by [illegible] H. Willockby. Dec. 1874.
Illustrations: Lady on horseback -- Park scene -- The Grecian seat -- Starting in the canter -- Position of hands -- Passaging -- The hand gallop -- The united seat.
Subject Terms:
Horsemanship -- Great Britain.
Horsemanship -- Study and teaching.
Union Club, Brighton -- Bookplate.
Women -- Social life and customs -- Great Britain.
Lithographs -- 1861.
Shoberl, Frederic, 1775-1853, printer.
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