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MLA

O'Reilly, Laurence. The Art of Horsemanship: Hereby Is Laid Down Certain, True, and Easy Rules; On Sure and Simple Principles, to Find Out the True Seat On a Horse, How to Ride with Safety, Ease, and Grace; the Manner of Demeanour, When a Horse Stumbles, and How to Preserve the Rider From Falling When a Horse Leaps. Rules Whereby Gentlemen May Make Horses Tractable and Is Something More Than What They Learn From the Breaker. Addressed to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. By Laurence O'reilly, Esqr. Newry: Printed by Dan. Carpenter, .178.

APA

O'Reilly, L. (.178). The art of horsemanship: Hereby is laid down certain, true, and easy rules; on sure and simple principles, to find out the true seat on a horse, how to ride with safety, ease, and grace; the manner of demeanour, when a horse stumbles, and how to preserve the rider from falling when a horse leaps. Rules whereby gentlemen may make horses tractable and is something more than what they learn from the breaker. Addressed to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. By Laurence O'reilly, Esqr. Newry: Printed by Dan. Carpenter.

Chicago

O'Reilly, Laurence. The Art of Horsemanship: Hereby Is Laid Down Certain, True, and Easy Rules; On Sure and Simple Principles, to Find Out the True Seat On a Horse, How to Ride with Safety, Ease, and Grace; the Manner of Demeanour, When a Horse Stumbles, and How to Preserve the Rider From Falling When a Horse Leaps. Rules Whereby Gentlemen May Make Horses Tractable and Is Something More Than What They Learn From the Breaker. Addressed to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. By Laurence O'reilly, Esqr. Newry: Printed by Dan. Carpenter, .178.