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Farriery improv’d, Vol. II., by Henry Bracken

Book #83: Farriery improv’d; or, A compleat treatise upon the art of farriery, wherein is fully explain’d the nature, structure, and mechanism of that noble and useful creature, a horse, the diseases and accidents he is liable to, and methods of cure … together with … observations and remarks concerning the choice and management of horses, likewise an account of drugs and mix’d medicines used in farriery …, Vol. II., by Henry Bracken (1757).

For biographical information on Henry Bracken and a short exploration of his work, Farriery Improv’d, please click here.

Unfortunately, a 1757 edition of Volume II of this work has yet to be digitized. Explore a 1745 edition of this work here.