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Every man his own farrier. Common-sense instructions for shoeing horses, balancing trotter, pacer, runner without aid of mechanical appliances.

Author: Richard Boylston Hall
Publisher: [Chicago?] 1895.
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Hall, Richard Boylston.
Every man his own farrier.
[Chicago?] 1895
(OCoLC)920372348
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Boylston Hall
OCLC Number: 5190496
Notes: Cover title: Shoeing horses.
Advertising matter interspersed.
Description: 1 preliminary leaf, 68 pages illustrations (including portrait) 18 cm
Other Titles: Shoeing horses.
Responsibility: [By] R. Boylston Hall ...

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