The compleat horseman : Discovering the surest marks of the beauty, goodness, faults, and imperfections of Horses: The signs and causes of their diseases, the true method both of their preservation, and cure: with reflections on the regular and preposterous use of bleeding and purging. Also the art of shoeing, with the several kinds of shoes adapted to the various defects of bad feet, and the preservation of good. Together with the best method of breeding colts, backing them, and making their mouths, &c. By the Sieur de Solleysell, querry to the French King for his Great Horses, and one of the Royal Academy of Paris. To which is added, a most excellent supplement of riding, collected from the best authors. With an alphabetical catalogue of all the physical simples in English, French, and Latin. Made English from the eighth edition of the original. By Sir William Hope, Kt. deputy-lieutenant of the castle of Edinburgh. The whole illustrated with copper cuts curiously engrav'd

Main Author: Solleysel, Jacques de
Format: eBook
Published: London Printed for R. Bonwick, J. Tonson, T. Goodwin, J. Walthoe, M. Wotton, S. Manship, R. Wilkin, B. Tooke, R. Smith, and T. Ward 1717, 1717
Edition:The second edition corrected from many errors in the former edition
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, N44410. - In two parts each with separate titlepage, pagination, and register. - Reproduction of original from Library of Congress. - Text continuous despite pagination
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],xlv,[1],326,323-324;[2],xvi,300,[4]p.,plates) port 8°