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Jul 2008
Practice: horse-doctoring, surgery, shoeing and physic
Posted in Veterinary History by medicalhistory at 1:01 am

IMG_0019.jpgMichael MacKay (Picture from the Royal Veterinary College Museum)

This paper analyzes three different case studies of eighteenth-century farriery. 1. Peter Hay 2. Edward Snape 3. The London Veterinary College Infirmary


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