The good husband's jewel Containing, plain and easy directions how to know the means whereby horses, beasts, &c. come to have many diseases; the way to cure them perfectly, and with little cost or charge. Written by a very skilful hand, who had his knowledge, not by reading or perusing any book, but by above thirty years experience, besides the practice of his ancestors; being very useful for all country men, whereby they may be able to save their cattle. With an admirable and safe way for gelding and spaving [sic] both male and female, approved by the testimony of divers worthy gentlemen, both knights and esquires, in the counties of York, Lincoln, &c. Also proper directions, for the destroying all manner of vermin in houses, gardens, fields, &c. To which is added, the true tutor for pacing of horses.
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