A dissertation on breeding of horses, [electronic resource] : upon philosophical and experimental principles; being An attempt to promote thereby an Improvement in the Present Manner of Breeding Racers, And Horses in general. Also some material observations upon those sorts of foreign horses, which are adapted to racing; particularly those of the kingdom of Yemine, in Arabia Foelix, or South Arabia. Also those of Arabia Petrea, or North Arabia. And likewise those of Barbary, Turky, and Ethiopia. In a Letter to a Friend. By Richard Wall.
- London : printed for G. Woodfall, Charing Cross; W. Cooke, in Queen Street, May Fair; R. Heber, in Long Acre; and J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church Yard, [1760?]
,10-92p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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