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The Horseowner and Stableman's Companion; Or, Hints on the Selection ...
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Page 123 - CORRECTED, By E. LETHBRIDGE, MA, Late Scholar and Exhibitioner of Exeter College, Oxford, and Special Tutor to the Civil Service Examinations. The KEY to the above, fcap.
Page 123 - This Edition is produced with every modern Improvement that can be brought into practice in the publishing of a book. Carefully edited, with a large quantity of original matter, well printed on good paper, and solidly bound, it is very far in advance of anything yet in use. In its...
Page 31 - ... windows, floors, &c. Now there is nothing more dangerous to health than to sit near such inlets, as is proved by the rheumatisms, stiff necks, and catarrhs, not to mention more serious diseases, which so frequently follow the exposure. There is an old Spanish proverb, thus translated, " If cold wind reach you through a hole, . Go make your will, and mind your soul.
Page 122 - ... SHILLING ATLAS. Twelve Principal Maps, containing every point necessary for early instruction. Drawn by Professor HUGHES j engraved by STANFORD; printed in colours (best style) by VINCINT BKOOW.
Page 73 - ... adopted to counteract any ill effects of hard work. In order that the muscles of a horse may not become prematurely tired, it is not sufficient that they should be violently taxed some three days a fortnight as with hunters ; they must be used...