[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [approximately 1851]
1 sheet ; 22 cm
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"The object of the patentee was to remove the necessity of dismounting, when desirous of tightening or loosening the girth, and to obviate the danger arising from the present mode of adjusting it when on horseback, by throwing the leg either backwards or forwards, which is the cause of frequent accidents."
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