The domestic animals friend, or, The Complete Virginia and Maryland farrier : being a copious selection from the best treaties on farriery now extant in the United States : to which is added a number of receipts, know to be efficacious in the cure of many complaints incident to the domestic quadrupeds of America, that have never yet appeared in print.
- Additional Title(s):
Complete Virginia and Maryland farrier
- Winchester, Va. : Printed and published by J. Foster. 1818.
- Physical Description:
- , ix, , 11-436 pages,  leaves of plates (2 folded) : illustrations ; 22 cm
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- "Introductry remarks" refer to the publisher and compiler as to one person.
Shaw, R.R. American bibliography, 44062 (under Foster)
Podeschi, J.B. Books on the horse and horsemanship, 107
Pages [v]-ix: "Extract from Clark's introduction to his Treatise on the prevention of diseases incidental to horses."
BAC: British Art Center copy 1 bound in contemporary dark brown quarter cloth and marbled boards.
BAC: British Art Center copy 2 bound in contemporary dark brown calf.
- Subject Terms:
- Domestic animals.Horses -- Diseases.Veterinary medicine.Veterinary therapeutics.
- Woodcuts -- 1818.
- Advice to the purchasers of horses
- Directions and receipts for the cure of most distempers in oxen, cows and calves
- Observations and receipts for the cure and prevention of most distempers incident to sheep and lambs
- Receipts and directions for the cure of most distempers in hogs
- Receipts and directions to cure distempers in dogs.