2 edition of order of dietynge of horses, as well when they reste as when they trauel found in the catalog.
order of dietynge of horses, as well when they reste as when they trauel
|Statement||lately set forthe by Thomas Blundeuil of Newton Flotman in Norffolke.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561., Seres, William, d. ca. 1579, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||SF285 .B65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 32 leaves,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||12015355|
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Whilest I abode (right Honorable) in the Isle of Palma, in affaires of merchandize for the vvorshipfull Thomas Locke deceased, and his company, time then permitted me, to haue cōference vvith auncient gentlemen vvhiche had serued in the Conquest of the vveft India, novve called nevve Spaine, vnder the princely Captaine Hernando vvhom as present vvitnesses at many of the actes goat skinnes, as the Canaria people were, and vsed such like order of diet as they had. Their order of buriall was, that when any died, he was carried naked to a great caue, where he was propped vp against the wall standing on his feet. But if he were of any authority among them, then had he a staffe in his hand, and a vessell of milke standing
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In the firste parte wherof is declared the order of breding of horses. In the seconde howe to breake them, and to make theym horses of seruyce, conteyninge the whole art of ridynge lately set forth, and nowe newly corrected The Executive Committee has 17 people.
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