2 edition of Every man his own horse and cattle doctor found in the catalog.
Every man his own horse and cattle doctor
by Canadian Sportsman and Live Stock Journal Print. and Pub. Co. in Toronto
Written in English
|Statement||compiled from the works of the most celebrated European, American, and Canadian veterinary authorities by E. King Dodds.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 90935|
|Contributions||Dodds, E. King d. 1910.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 microfiches (288 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor: Containing the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of All the Diseases Incident to Oxen, Sheep, and Swine; and a Sketch of the Anatomy and Physiology of Neat Cattle: Author: Francis Clater: Editor: William Youatt: Publisher: Lea and Blanchard, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Apr Clater was a chemist and druggist from Retford, Nottinghamshire.
In he published Every man his own farrier. The book was widely acclaimed and there were many impressions of it before the author revised it for the twenty-first edition which appeared in In the same year Clater produced his second book, Every man his own cattle doctor.
Francis Clater (–), was a British farrier and writer. Clater wrote 'Every Man his own Cattle Doctor' () and 'Every Man his own Farrier.' In the preface to the last-named work, which was published at Newark-on-Trent inwhen the writer was twenty-six, Clater describes himself as 'farrier, late of Newark,' and states that he served a regular.
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Every man his own horse, cattle, and sheep doctor, or A practical treatise on the diseases of horses, horned cattle, and sheep: together with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, throughout all its various stages: to which is added, an appendix, including the author's public medicines, with directions for use ; and a collection of choice recipes for.
About this Item: Milner & Company, LONDON. Cloth. Condition: Good. Original blue cloth with gilt titling and black decoration, two works in one, the first printed title being Every Man his own Horse and Cow Doctor, pp, and the second being Every Man his own Cattle Doctor, pp, some fading to spine and top of the same slightly pulled.
Every man his own horse, cattle, and sheep doctor or A practical treatise on the diseases of horses, horned cattle, and sheep: together with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, throughout all its various stages.
To which is added, an appendix, including the author's public medicines, with directions for : Everyman His Own Horse And Cow Doctor [and] Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor (Two Titles In One Volume) by Clater, Francis.
London: Milner And Company. Poor with no dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Spine mostly missing. Pen marks to some leaves. Front free endpaper detached.
Front board almost detached. ;pages. Green cloth boards with leather Edition: First Edition. Every Man his own Cattle Doctor, or a Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Horned Cattle () Being a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep; with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorders in all its various stages; and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at, and.
Every man his own cattle doctor [electronic resource]: containing the causes, symptoms, and treatment of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep by Clater, Francis, ; University of Glasgow.
Library. Peter Jackson The Elliman EFA book horses, dogs, birds, cattle February Peter Jackson Clater, Francis () Every man his own cattle doctor containing the causes, symptoms, and treatment of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows and sheep London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy February Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor; or a practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: wherein is laid down a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep; together with the most simple and effectual method.
London: B. Crosby and Co This reprint of an classic contains the necessary information so that "Every Man can be his Own Cattle Doctor." Included is information for preserving the health and curing the diseases of oxen, cows, sheep, and swine, with a great variety of individual recipes and valuable information in Pages: Every man his own cattle doctor; containing the causes, symptoms, and treatment of all the deseases incident to Oxen, Cows, and Sheep.
Author Clater Francis Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Fair Edition Sixth Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy Date published Book Edition: Sixth Edition. Cattle by Youatt, William, at - the best online ebook storage.
Download and read online for free Cattle by Youatt, William, /5(3). Youatt, William, Every man his own cattle doctor: containing the causes, symptoms, and treatment of all the diseases incident to oxen, sheep, and swine; and a sketch of the anatomy and physiology of neat cattle.
(Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, ), also by Francis Clater and John S. Skinner (page images at HathiTrust). Scotland. James Clark notable book, introduces concept of hygiene, advocated veterinary schools. England. Francis Clater Every man his own farrier the first of many horse doctor books.
England. Odiham Agricultural Society proposes a British Veterinary School. England. London Veterinary College founded with Sainbel as first. [John Tennent.] Every Man his own Doctor: or, the Poor Planter's Physician.
Third edition. Williamsburg: William Parks, The first American domestic medicine manual. Tennent was a Virginia doctor controversial for advocating Native American herbal remedies. The earliest surviving copy is of the second edition, Williamsburg, An easy read chapter book for children about a horse.
The horse gets lost. They read about his venture home and how scared he is along the way. The horse finally ends up happy at home with his mother. Great black and white pictures to better /5. Finding a Book When You've Forgotten Its Title by Gwen Glazer, Communications Novem Check out selected results from NYPL Title Questheld August 2,as well as Title Quest This is an update of a previous post by Sharon Rickson.
It can be tough to remember the title and author of a book you read a long time ago Author: Gwen Glazer.every man his own farrier: containing the causes, symptoms, and most approved methods of curb of the diseases of horses.
by francis clater, author of " every man his own cattle doctor," and his son, john clater. first american from the twenty-eighth london edition. with notes and additions, bit j.
s. skinner. in on l2mo. volume, clotli.Oregon Battle of the Books. Beauty is a horse book. year-old Luke loves his old horse Beauty, worries about starting 5th grade in a new place, learns to appreciate his cranky grandpa, and hopes his recently divorced mother finds happiness and a job. There's a tear-jerker moment and an Old Yeller ending, but on the whole, it's not spectacular/5.