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Cavalarice; or, The English horseman: contayning all the art of horse-manship, asmuch as is necessary for any man to vnderstand, whether hee be horse-breeder, horse-ryder, horse-hunter, horse-runner, horse-ambler, horse-farrier, horse-keeper, coachman, smith, or sadler. Together with the discouery of the subtil trade or mystery of hors-coursers, and an explanation of the excellency of a horses vnderstanding: or how to teach the[m] to do trickes like Bankes his curtall: and that horses may be made to draw dry-foot like a hound. Secret before vnpublished, & now carefully set downe for the profit of this whole nation: newly imprinted, corrected & augmented, with many worthy secrets not before knowne: by Geruase Markham. Preview this item
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Cavalarice; or, The English horseman: contayning all the art of horse-manship, asmuch as is necessary for any man to vnderstand, whether hee be horse-breeder, horse-ryder, horse-hunter, horse-runner, horse-ambler, horse-farrier, horse-keeper, coachman, smith, or sadler. Together with the discouery of the subtil trade or mystery of hors-coursers, and an explanation of the excellency of a horses vnderstanding: or how to teach the[m] to do trickes like Bankes his curtall: and that horses may be made to draw dry-foot like a hound. Secret before vnpublished, & now carefully set downe for the profit of this whole nation: newly imprinted, corrected & augmented, with many worthy secrets not before knowne: by Geruase Markham.

Author: Gervase Markham
Publisher: [London], [printed by E. Allde for E. White], [1616]-1617.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Newly imprinted, corr. & augmented ..View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gervase Markham
OCLC Number: 18813278
Notes: Other edition has title: Cavelarice.
First line of title actually reads: 16 Caualarice, 17.
Title within cartouche.
8 volumes in 1.
Books 2-8 each have separate title page with imprint "London printed by Edw: Allde for Edward White, and are to be sold at his shop neere the little north doore of Saint Paules Church at the signe of the Gun. 1616" (books 4-8 hav 1617). Register is continuous.
Signatures: A-3B⁸.
Description: [16], 88, [4], 213, 234-264, [4], 84, [4], 57, [5], 58, [4], 67, [5], 86, [4], 37, [1] pages : illustrations (woodcuts) ; (4to)
Other Titles: Cavalarice, or The English horseman
English horseman
16 Cavalarice, 17. or The English horseman
1617. Cavalarice, or The English horseman

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