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La connoissance parfaite des chevaux contenant la manière de les gouverner nourrir & entretenir en bon corps, & de les conserver santé dans les voyages ..
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La connoissance parfaite des chevaux contenant la manière de les gouverner nourrir & entretenir en bon corps, & de les conserver santé dans les voyages ..

Liger, Louis Ribou, Pierre ((Paris))

A Paris: chez Pierre Ribou ... 1712

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A Byzantine encyclopaedia of horse medicine the sources, compilation, and transmission of the Hippiatrica
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A Byzantine encyclopaedia of horse medicine the sources, compilation, and transmission of the Hippiatrica

Anne Elena McCabe

Oxford Oxford University Press New York 2007

Localização: FMVZ - Fac. Med. Vet. e Zootecnia    (SF951 M121b 2007 )(Acessar)

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Guide du maréchal: ouvrage contenant une connoissance exacte du cheval & la maniere de distinguer & de guérir ses maladies : ensemble un traité de la ferrure qui lui est convenable
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Guide du maréchal: ouvrage contenant une connoissance exacte du cheval & la maniere de distinguer & de guérir ses maladies : ensemble un traité de la ferrure qui lui est convenable

Lafosse, Philippe Etiènne Didot, François Ambroise ((París)) ; Lacombe, Jacques ((París)) ; Real Colegio de Cirugía de San Carlos (Madrid)

A Paris: chez Lacombe ... 1766

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Trattati di mascalcía
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Trattati di mascalcía

Barbieri, Luigi ; Delprato, Pietro ; Moses of Palermo ; Hippocrates, Byzantine Veterinarian

Bologna: Romagnoli 1865

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The Sportsman's dictionary; or, The gentleman's companion: for town and country.: Containing full and particular instructions for riding, hunting, fowling ... hawking, &c. With the various methods to be observed in breeding and dieting of horses both for the road and turf; also, the management of dogs, gamecocks, dunghill-fowls, turkies, geese, ducks, pigeons, singing-birds, &c. And the manner of curing their various diseases and accidents.
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Farriery improv'd : or, a compleat treatise upon the art of farriery. Wherein is fully explain'd, the nature, structure and mechanism of ... a horse, the diseases, and accidents he is liable to, and methods of cure ... Likewise an account of drugs and mix'd medicines used in farriery
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Farriery improv'd : or, a compleat treatise upon the art of farriery. Wherein is fully explain'd, the nature, structure and mechanism of ... a horse, the diseases, and accidents he is liable to, and methods of cure ... Likewise an account of drugs and mix'd medicines used in farriery

Bracken, Henry, O'Scanlan, Timoteo ((Londres)) ; Johnston, William ((Londres)) ; Shuckburgh, J. ((Londres))

London: J. Shuckburgh ... and W. Johnston ... 1756

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The family pocket-book: or, fountain of true and useful knowledge. Containing The farrier's guide; or, the Horse Dissected: Being the most accurate, and satisfactory Account of the Diseases incident to that noble Beast, ever yet publish'd; with their Signs, Symptoms, Prognosticks and Cures in all Cases; a certain Cure for the Glanders, without trepanning; a never-failing Cure for the Grease; and another for broken-winded Horses: wrote by way of Dialogue between a Horse-Doctor and a Groom, by a late eminent Surgeon. The best Manner of breaking a Colt, of ordering a Horse of Pleasure, and ample Directions for the Management of a Race-Horse. Certain Method of preventing Chimneys from smoaking, let their Form or Situation be what they will; with a Print, the better to enable those concerned in building to prevent those great Inconveniencies for the future. The valuable Fire-Ball; by the Use of which, Families may make four or five Bushels of Coals go as far as forty. An excellent Way to bring Singing Birds to a very great Perfection, by that famous German, Lewis de Burgh. Extraordinary Method of Breeding Game-Cocks; the Manner of dieting and ordering them for Battle; sure Way of matching them: with a choice and valuable Secret for feeding a Cock four Days before fighting, communicated by a noble Lord, by which very extraordinary way of feeding, upwards of ninety Battles have been won out of a Hundred. Indian Way of marking on Silk, Linen, Woollen, &c. Curious Method of casting Urinc, and how Disorders are known by it. The Art of curling, dressing, or colouring Hair. Sir Hans Sloane's valuable Cure for Disorders of the Eyes. Certain Method of preventing the Teeth from being uneven, or bad, by Sig. Curzoni, Operator of the Teeth and Gums. Mons. Rouille's Lip-Salve. The Tea-Tree, and Manner of growing it in England. Instructions for mounting Fans. The Gardener's Legacy; containing all the Instructions necessary for the Cultivation of the Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen-Garden. The good housewife's daily companion; being a choice Collection of the most famous Physical Receipts, for the Cure of almost all Disorders of the human Body, taken chiefly from the late Sir Hans Sloane's, and the ingenious Dr. Lower's Works. Compiled after Thirty Years Experience, by Peregrine Montague, Gent
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The family pocket-book: or, fountain of true and useful knowledge. Containing The farrier's guide; or, the Horse Dissected: Being the most accurate, and satisfactory Account of the Diseases incident to that noble Beast, ever yet publish'd; with their Signs, Symptoms, Prognosticks and Cures in all Cases; a certain Cure for the Glanders, without trepanning; a never-failing Cure for the Grease; and another for broken-winded Horses: wrote by way of Dialogue between a Horse-Doctor and a Groom, by a late eminent Surgeon. The best Manner of breaking a Colt, of ordering a Horse of Pleasure, and ample Directions for the Management of a Race-Horse. Certain Method of preventing Chimneys from smoaking, let their Form or Situation be what they will; with a Print, the better to enable those concerned in building to prevent those great Inconveniencies for the future. The valuable Fire-Ball; by the Use of which, Families may make four or five Bushels of Coals go as far as forty. An excellent Way to bring Singing Birds to a very great Perfection, by that famous German, Lewis de Burgh. Extraordinary Method of Breeding Game-Cocks; the Manner of dieting and ordering them for Battle; sure Way of matching them: with a choice and valuable Secret for feeding a Cock four Days before fighting, communicated by a noble Lord, by which very extraordinary way of feeding, upwards of ninety Battles have been won out of a Hundred. Indian Way of marking on Silk, Linen, Woollen, &c. Curious Method of casting Urinc, and how Disorders are known by it. The Art of curling, dressing, or colouring Hair. Sir Hans Sloane's valuable Cure for Disorders of the Eyes. Certain Method of preventing the Teeth from being uneven, or bad, by Sig. Curzoni, Operator of the Teeth and Gums. Mons. Rouille's Lip-Salve. The Tea-Tree, and Manner of growing it in England. Instructions for mounting Fans. The Gardener's Legacy; containing all the Instructions necessary for the Cultivation of the Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen-Garden. The good housewife's daily companion; being a choice Collection of the most famous Physical Receipts, for the Cure of almost all Disorders of the human Body, taken chiefly from the late Sir Hans Sloane's, and the ingenious Dr. Lower's Works. Compiled after Thirty Years Experience, by Peregrine Montague, Gent

Montague, Peregrine

London: printed for George Paul, Bookseller in Holborn 62 1762

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The gentleman's dictionary. In three parts. Viz. I. The Art of Riding the Great Horse: Containing the Terms and Phrases us'd in the Manage, and the Diseases and Accidents of Horses. II. The Military Art; Explaining the Terms and Phrases us'd in Field or Garison; The Terms relating to Artillery; The Works and Motions of Attack and Defence; and the Post and Duty of all the Officers of the Army: Illustrated with Historical Instances, taken from the Actions of our Armies. III. The Art of Navigation; Explaining the Terms of Naval Affairs; as Building, Rigging, Working, and Fighting of Ships; the Post and Duty of Sea-Officers, &c. With Historical Examples taken from the Actions of our Fleet. Each Part done Alphabetically, from the Sixteenth Edition of the Original French, Published by the Sieur Guillet, and Dedicated to the Dauphin. With Large Additions, Alterations and Improvements, adapted to the Customs and Actions of the English; and above Forty Curious Cuts, that were not in the Original
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Curiosa arcana: being curious secrets, artificial and natural. In three parts. Containing, in the first part, Choice receipts to prevent or cure the plague, agues, fevers, and all other distempers incident to man. Secrets in Japanning, painting, and varnishing, so as to imitate marble, Jasper-Stone, &c. To dye skins a sine black that never fades. Secrets in hunting, fishing, fowling, house-keeping. To cure diseases in horses, hogs, dogs, &c. To destroy all sorts of vermin in house or field. Directions to beautifie the face, and cure diseases in women and children. To make perfumes, cordial waters, snuffs, to preserve wine, with other secrets of that nature. To order gardens for fruit, flowers, &c. To make artificial pearl and jewels; also fire-works. Receipts in cookery, and to make Sweetmeats, &c. To take spots or stains out of linnen or woollen. To make divers forts of ink. In the second part, the art of moulding, and casting medals in lead, tin, silver, copper, plaister of Paris, wax, or otherwise, as well hollow as solid. In the third part, excellent secrets for beautifying and rendering the face lively and agreeable. With several choice and approved secrets for beautifying the body, in several particulars. Try'd and approv'd by the Sieur Lemery, apothecary to the French King. From the last edition in French; which contains near as much more as any other ormer edition. To which is added, a supplement of divers curiosities by the translator. The whole illustrated with copper plates, adapted to the several subjects
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Curiosa arcana: being curious secrets, artificial and natural. In three parts. Containing, in the first part, Choice receipts to prevent or cure the plague, agues, fevers, and all other distempers incident to man. Secrets in Japanning, painting, and varnishing, so as to imitate marble, Jasper-Stone, &c. To dye skins a sine black that never fades. Secrets in hunting, fishing, fowling, house-keeping. To cure diseases in horses, hogs, dogs, &c. To destroy all sorts of vermin in house or field. Directions to beautifie the face, and cure diseases in women and children. To make perfumes, cordial waters, snuffs, to preserve wine, with other secrets of that nature. To order gardens for fruit, flowers, &c. To make artificial pearl and jewels; also fire-works. Receipts in cookery, and to make Sweetmeats, &c. To take spots or stains out of linnen or woollen. To make divers forts of ink. In the second part, the art of moulding, and casting medals in lead, tin, silver, copper, plaister of Paris, wax, or otherwise, as well hollow as solid. In the third part, excellent secrets for beautifying and rendering the face lively and agreeable. With several choice and approved secrets for beautifying the body, in several particulars. Try'd and approv'd by the Sieur Lemery, apothecary to the French King. From the last edition in French; which contains near as much more as any other ormer edition. To which is added, a supplement of divers curiosities by the translator. The whole illustrated with copper plates, adapted to the several subjects

London: Printed for J.N. and sold at the Ring in Little-Britain; where may be had Hartman's preserver of health. One thousand Notable things. The way to save and get wealth; and a new english herbal 1711

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The gentleman, tradesman, and traveller's pocket library: Containing 1. A Short System of Geography. 2. The Political History of Europe. 3. A View of the Constitution of Great-Britains 4. A List of the House of Peers. 5. Of Superscriptions and Forms of Address. 6. A List of the Places at Court, with their respective Salaries. 7. A Description of England. 8. The most remarkable Curiosities in Great-Britain and Ireland. 9. A Description of London, with a List of the Companies. 10. The Postage of Letters to and from the General and Penny-Post-Office. 11. Rates of Hackney-Coachmen, Chairmen, Casmen, and Watermen. 12. The History and Rationale of the Stocks or public Funds. 13. Forms of Receipts, Notes, Inland and Foreign Bills of Exchange. &c. 14. Law Forms of general Use. 15. The Weight and Value of Foreign Gold and Silver Coins. 16. Of the Knowledge of Mankind. 17. The Prices of the different Works of Bricklayers, Masons, Carpenters, Joiners, Carvers, Plumbers, Slaters, Painters, Plaisterers, Paviors, and Smiths. 18. Of the Management of Horses, particularly when on a Journey, and Receipts for curing the Diseases to which they are subject. 19. A Est of the Stage-Coaches and Carriers in Great-Britain. 20. Directions for those who travel into Foreign Countries, with Dialogues in several European Languages for their Use. 21. Some Account of the Principal Curiosities in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. By a gentleman of the Bank of England. To which are added, correct tables for the use of all who are concerned in trade and business. By J. Barrow, Author of Navigation Britannica. Illustrated with six maps, by E. Bowen, Geographer to His Majesty
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The gentleman, tradesman, and traveller's pocket library: Containing 1. A Short System of Geography. 2. The Political History of Europe. 3. A View of the Constitution of Great-Britains 4. A List of the House of Peers. 5. Of Superscriptions and Forms of Address. 6. A List of the Places at Court, with their respective Salaries. 7. A Description of England. 8. The most remarkable Curiosities in Great-Britain and Ireland. 9. A Description of London, with a List of the Companies. 10. The Postage of Letters to and from the General and Penny-Post-Office. 11. Rates of Hackney-Coachmen, Chairmen, Casmen, and Watermen. 12. The History and Rationale of the Stocks or public Funds. 13. Forms of Receipts, Notes, Inland and Foreign Bills of Exchange. &c. 14. Law Forms of general Use. 15. The Weight and Value of Foreign Gold and Silver Coins. 16. Of the Knowledge of Mankind. 17. The Prices of the different Works of Bricklayers, Masons, Carpenters, Joiners, Carvers, Plumbers, Slaters, Painters, Plaisterers, Paviors, and Smiths. 18. Of the Management of Horses, particularly when on a Journey, and Receipts for curing the Diseases to which they are subject. 19. A Est of the Stage-Coaches and Carriers in Great-Britain. 20. Directions for those who travel into Foreign Countries, with Dialogues in several European Languages for their Use. 21. Some Account of the Principal Curiosities in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. By a gentleman of the Bank of England. To which are added, correct tables for the use of all who are concerned in trade and business. By J. Barrow, Author of Navigation Britannica. Illustrated with six maps, by E. Bowen, Geographer to His Majesty

Barrow, John

London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Newbery, at the Bible and Sun, in St. Paul's-Churchyard 1753

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