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Markhams maister-peece

Gervase Markham

Markhams maister-peece

containing all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses: drawne with great paine, and most approved experience, from the publick practise of all the forraigne horse-marshals in Christendome; and from the private practise of all the best farriers of this land. Being divided into two bookes. The first containing all cures physicall: the second all belonging to chyrurgery; with an addition of 160. principall chapters, and 370. most excellent medicines, never written of, nor mentioned in any authour whatsoever. Together with the true nature, use, and quality of every simple spoken of through the whole worke. Now the seventh time newly imprinted, corrected, and augmented, with above thirty new chapters, and above forty new medicines that are most certaine and approved; and heretofore never published, which you shall finde noted thus. All which never was before made knowne, but concealed in the authors breast for his owne credit

by Gervase Markham

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Published by by William Wilson, and are to be [sold] in Pauls Church-yard, or in any other part of London in [Imprint]ed at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Horses -- Diseases -- Treatment -- Early works to 1800,
  • Horses -- Anatomy -- Early works to 1800,
  • Veterinary medicine -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Horseshoeing -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSecond booke: containing all cures chyrurgicall
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2502:14
    ContributionsElstracke, Renold, fl. 1590-1630, engraver
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[16], 591, [25] p.
    Number of Pages591
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15437379M

    Markhams Maister-peece, or what doth a horse-man lacke, containing all possible knowledge whatsoever which doth belong to any smith, farrier or horse-leech, touching the curing of all maner of diseases or sorrances in horses, with an addition of most principal chapters, and most excellent medicines receits and secrets worthy every. Added engraved t.p. reading "Markhams maister-peece" from the 11th impression of signed "Ren Elstrak sculpsit". This engraving was apparently first used in the edition (cf Podeschi). Signatures: [A]⁴ (a)⁴ B-3H⁴ 5A-5F⁴ 5G².

    Glanders. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Horses -- Diseases; Pseudomonas infections; Related term: Epizootic lymphangitis; Narrower term: Glanders -- Diagnosis. The Library has large and comprehensive collections in the history of science, in several key areas. The library's general Science Collection, which contains approximately 8, items, covers many branches of theoretical and applied science. One of the principal focuses of the collection is the science of the Renaissance, prior to Galileo, whose work, and that of his contemporaries, .

      Numeracy in Early Modern England. The Prothero Lecture - Volume 37 - Keith Thomas If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about Markhams Maister-Peece (), ; Shrewsbury, J. F. D., A History of Bubonic Plague in the British Cited by: This is a case report of an outbreak of the so called Australian stringhalt which occured in the summer of , affecting five out of a group of eight horses in .


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London: William. Title: Markhams maister-peece: Contayning all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses: drawne with great paine, and most approved experience, from the publicke practise of all the forraine horse-marshals in Christendome; and from the private practise of all the best farriers of this kingdome.

The first book containing all cures, physical, or such infirmities, as, being inward, crave the administration of physick, and are called in horse-leach-craft, horse-sicknesses. Markhams maister-peece Markam's master-piece Appendix, containing the exactest receipts for curing all diseases in oxen, cows, sheep, hogs, goats, and all small.

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MARKHAM, Gervase. Markhams maister-peece: containing all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses: drawne from the publick practise of all the forraigne horse-marshals in Christendome; and from the private practise of all the best farriers of this land.

Being divided into two bookes. The first containing all cures. Markhams Maister-peece, Gervase Markham, This book was the scourge of veterinary literature for years. Available through 21 editions, no single work has done more damage to veterinary progress.

Gervase Markham was notorious for crude and disgusting rememdies, and most of the material in his "maister-peece" was pirated from other sources. Available now at - Free Shipping - Hardcover - London - William Wilson - - Book Condition: VERY GOOD with a - A very scarce seventeenth-century copy of this work on equestrian care from Gervase Markham.

Illustrated with two full-page illustrations, decorative head-and-tail pieces, and two marginal diagrams. Seventh edition, according to Copac. A foldout found in the edition of Markham’s Maister-peece [Masterpiece], Containing all Knowledge Belonging to Smith, Farrier, or Horse=Leech, Touching on Curing All Diseases in Horses.

One of the most important and enduring books in the English language about the care of horses is by Gervase Markham (?), an author of poetry and. Markhams maister-peece: containing all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses.: Drawne with great paine, and most approved experience, from the publick practise of all the forraigne horse-marshals in Christendome; and from the private practise of all the best farriers of this land.

Author of Markhams maister-peece, Farewell to husbandry, The English hous-wife, The English house-wife, Markhams maister-peece, or, What doth a horse-man lacke, The perfect horse-man, or, The experienced secrets of Mr. Markham's fifty years practice, Country contentments, or, The husbandmans recreations, Cheape and good husbandryWritten works: Countrey contentments.

4to in 8s, pp. [2 (engraved title by Renold Elstracke)], [12],[1 (blank)], [21], [1 (blank)]; with 4 full-page woodcut illustrations, part-title with repeated imprint; 2H mispaginated; bound without A1 and final blank 2R8 and (as often) without folding plate, one illustration trimmed at fore-edge, marginal paper-flaws to A7, D6, and H7; otherwise a good copy in recent paper boards.

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Two of the earliest American imprints in the collection, editions of The citizen and countryman's experienced farrier,(, ), in fact are based on Markhams maister-peece. On the other hand, Paul Jewett's The New-England farrier (and variations thereof) is present in five editions—,().

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