The experienced farrier, or, Farring compleated : In two books physical and chyrurgical [.] Being pleasure to the gentleman, and profit to the countrey-man. ... For here is contained every thing that belongs to a true horse-man, groom, farrier, or horse-leach, viz. breeding; the manner how, the season when, ... and what are fit for generation; the feeder, rider, keeper, ambler and buyer; as also the making of several precious drinks, suppositories, pills, purgations, ... and directions how to use them for all inward and outward disases [sic]. Also the paring and shooing of all manner of hoofes, ... The prices and vertues of most of the principal drugs, both simple and compound belonging to farring, ... As also a large table of vertues of most simples set down alphabetically; and many hundreds of words placed one after another, for the cure of all diseases, with many new receipts of excellent use and value, never yet printed before in any author. By E.R. Gent.
- London : printed for Rich. Northcott adjoyning to St. Peters Alley in Cornhill, and at the Marriner and Anchor upon New-Fish street Hill, near London-bridge, 1678.
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