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TitleA new system of shoeing horses: with an account of the various modes practised by different nations; more particularly a comparison between the English and French methods; and observations on the diseases of the feet, connected with shoeing.Translate
AuthorGoodwin, Joseph. Translate
Edition2d ed. Translate
ImprintLondon, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and GreenTranslate
Technique12 plates (including frontispiece) Translate
Size22 cm Translate
AnnotationIntroduction -- General Observations on the Structure of the Foot -- On Perfect Hoofs -- On Imperfect Hoofs -- On Contraction -- On Thrush -- On Corns -- On Sand Cracks -- On Pumiced Feet or Convex Soles -- On Soles unnaturally Concave -- On Founder -- On Fever in the Feet -- On the Nerve Operation -- Observations on some of the Tools used by Shoeing Smiths -- On the ordinary Methods of Shoeing Horses in England -- On the Seated Shoe -- On Professor Coleman’s System of Shoeing -- On Mr. Bracy Clark’s System of Shoeing -- On the French System -- On the Persian and other Foreign Systems -- On the French Shoe modified -- On Bar Shoes -- On the Patten Shoe -- On Screw Shoes -- On Grass Shoes, or Tips -- On Shoes with Moveable Toes -- On the Hunting Shoe -- On the Racing Shoe, or Plate -- On Fullering -- On Punching -- On Frosting -- On Nails -- On Nailing -- On the Patent malleable Cast-Iron Horse-Shoes -- Paving Stalls, Gratings, &c. -- On the Management of Feet in the Stable -- On the cutting Shoe and Boot -- On Water and Poultice Boots -- On Shoeing Smiths -- On the Concave-seated Shoe. Translate
Call numberODJ 7275Translate