A New Method, and Extraordinary Invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to Nature. As also, to perfect Nature by the Subtlety of Art; which was never found out but by the Thrice Noble, High and Puissant Prince William Cavendish. William CAVENDISH.
A New Method, and Extraordinary Invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to Nature. As also, to perfect Nature by the Subtlety of Art; which was never found out but by the Thrice Noble, High and Puissant Prince William Cavendish .
A New Method, and Extraordinary Invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to Nature. As also, to perfect Nature by the Subtlety of Art; which was never found out but by the Thrice Noble, High and Puissant Prince William Cavendish .
A New Method, and Extraordinary Invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to Nature. As also, to perfect Nature by the Subtlety of Art; which was never found out but by the Thrice Noble, High and Puissant Prince William Cavendish .

A New Method, and Extraordinary Invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to Nature. As also, to perfect Nature by the Subtlety of Art; which was never found out but by the Thrice Noble, High and Puissant Prince William Cavendish .

London, Tho. Milbourn, 1667.

Folio, [xii], 352, [4] pages.

Early full calf rebacked at an early date, with five raised bands and a contrasting leather title-label; old leather cracked and a little worn at the extremities, but protected by a modern brown cloth dustwrapper with a title-label on the spine; title page a little dusty and thumbed, with a short sealed tear to the leading edge; inoffensive light tidemark along the blank top margin of some sections at the rear; a few early and relevant marginal annotations in ink; trifling signs of use and age; overall, a very appealing wide-margined copy.

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