Master-Piece; Containing All Knowlege ... Touching the Curing All Diseases in Horses

Master-Piece; Containing All Knowlege ... Touching the Curing All Diseases in Horses

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1710 edition. Excerpt: ... and that will allay them, or else Ground-Ivy and Wormwood with the Roots sod in Wine, and laid? to the Wind-Gall, Willtake them away r? Others osour. latter ex.-perienced Farriers, Take an ounceot White Wax, an ounce of Ro-running Stream an Hour, Morning and Evenin. Pot, then every Day therewith bathe the Wind-Gall; and in three Weeks it will dry them clean up; it willalso take away a Curb, or a Spavcn, or a Ring bone, if you take them at the Breeding Fazricrs take of SeviT-Oil and Brimstone, of each a like quantity, and let-the them in Nlank Urine, and stir them well together, -after put in she quantity of a Walnut of Soap, to keep the Hair from scalding off; then bathe the Wind-Gall with this hot, tlrice together, rubbing-it well in-, then anoint it above with Nerve-Oil, and Oil de Bay, and' Other _, hot, lay this Poultis to the joints and cover it over with a Blue-Cloth;. and in three time? dressing it will help the Strain. ' Other Farriers take of Dialthca half a pound, and as much Nerve z-Oil, mingle them well together. and anoint the sore place therewith, chafingit well with both your Hands, that the Ointment may enter gin; continuing so to do every day once until the Ointment be-all spent, CH A P. XCIV. To Rents-fy any manner of Haltirzg that cometh by-Strain, Straak, ar an other Accident. ' will here, before I do proceed any further, (Yet you down certain gene-ral Rebeipts, selected and culled out of the private Practice and Experiment ofthe best Farriers in C/artflcndom, of which l may give the bolder Testimony, because l have made Practice of their isertues. 'ls then your Horse have taken any halt, either by fliffnefiz of "Sinews, Strain, wrench. Stroak. or any other Accident, if the Grief ' be in his Leg, you ihalltake...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236872568
  • 9781236872562