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Page 364 - Notes,' has added considerably to its value, and rendered the book more useful to those non-professional people who may be inclined or compelled to treat their own horses when sick or injured." — Veterinary Journal. " We do not think that horse-owners in general are likely to find a more reliable and useful book for guidance in an emergency.
Page 366 - This is the first occasion on which a practical horseman and a practical horsewoman have collaborated in bringing out a book on riding for ladies. The result is in every way satisfactory, and, no matter how well a lady W. THACKER &- CO., 87 NEWGATE STREET, LONDON. 22 THE HORSEWOMAN. PRESS NOTICES.— (Continued.) may ride, she will gain much valuable information from a. perusal of
Page 47 - He also assured me that he had neither pain nor fear, but that he felt excessively angry because the bear grunted with so much satisfaction in munching him. The third case is that of Sir Edward Bradford, an Indian officer, now occupying a high position in the Indian office. He was seized in a solitary place by a tiger, which held him. firmly behind...