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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.

Clater, Francis

Published by Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A., 1844
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Edge and corner wear, scuffed and scratched, corners are bumped and rubbed, some stains on the rear cover, split (1") in the base of the spine and some fraying at the top of the spine as well, pastedown on the spine is faded and scuffed, shelf worn, pages are toning, front and rear hinges are cracked, former owner's name in ink in two places on the inner front cover, overall a nice clean collectible used copy! Wonderfully well-preserved! Black cloth with a black and white title pastedown on the spine. Very very rare and hard-to-find! 251 unmarked and uncreased informative and historical pages! Extremely scarce printing! "The term Neat Cattle comprehends all the varieties of the Ox. This animal belongs to that numerous order termed Runinants, from their singular property of bringing back their food into the mouth, after the first swallowing of it, in order that it may undergo a second and more perfect mastication. Their distinguishing characteristics are the absence of front teeth in the upper jaw, whose place is supplies by a callous pad; the division of the stomach into four distinct compartments discharging essentially different functions; and the feet being cloven." ---- from the Introduction (Anatomy and Physiology of Neat Cattle.) "Edited, revised, and almost rewitten by William Youatt, author of 'The Horse,' & c. with numerous additions, embracing An Essay on the use of Oxen, and the Improvement in the Breed of Sheep, & c. by J. S. Skinner, Assistant Postmaster General." Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 032659

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Title: Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor: Containing ...

Publisher: Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1844

Binding: Black Cloth

Book Condition: Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: Ninth Edition.

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