Veterinary medicine -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Taplin improved : Or A compendium of farriery, wherein is fully explained the nature and structure of that useful creature a horse; with the diseases and accident. He is liable to; and the methods of cure. Exemplished by te elegant cuts, each the full figure of a horse. Describing all the various parts of that noble animal. Likewise rules for breeding and training of colts: practical receipts for the cure of common distempers incident to oxen, cows, calves, sheep, lambs, hogs, &c. to which is prefixed ten minutes advice to the purchasers of horses. By an experienced farrier.
Veterinary medicine, Homeopathic -- See Homeopathic veterinary medicine --subdivision Diseases--Homeopathic treatment under individual animals and groups of animals, e.g. Cattle--Diseases--Homeopathic treatment
Veterinary medicine -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : Drugs, oils and colours : Francis Calter, druggist, No. 50, Castle-Street, (successor to the late Mr. Edward Fry.) sells, as usual, every article in the drug, oil, and colour business; at the most reduced prices.-He has also, an extensive assortment of horse medicines, for every disorder incident to that useful animal, prescribed by a Gentleman of the faculty, who practiced for many years in that line in London, with the greatest success. Particularly some highly approved remedies for worms, manage, or scab, cracking in the heels, warbles, disorders in the eyes, coughs, colds, &c. gentlemen can be supplied with complete assortments, and plain printed directions.