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Pathological horse-shoeing: a theory and practice of the shoeing of horses, by which every disease affecting the foot of the horse may be absolutely cured or ameliorated, and defective action of the limbs effectively corrected ...

Author: Joseph Brine Coleman
Publisher: Chicago, H. Fish, 1876.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Brine Coleman
OCLC Number: 6413669
Description: 185 pages illustrations

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