The Foure Chiefest Offices Belonging To Horsemanship That Is To Saie, The Office Of The Breeder, Of The Rider, Of The Keeper, And Of The Ferrer. By Th by Federico GrisoneThe Foure Chiefest Offices Belonging To Horsemanship That Is To Saie, The Office Of The Breeder, Of The Rider, Of The Keeper, And Of The Ferrer. By Th by Federico Grisone

The Foure Chiefest Offices Belonging To Horsemanship That Is To Saie, The Office Of The Breeder, Of…

byFederico Grisone

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The foure chiefest offices belonging to horsemanship that is to saie, the office of the breeder, of the rider, of the keeper, and of the ferrer. In the first part whereof is declared, the order of breeding of horses.
Ordini di cavalcare.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561.
Grisone, Federico.
At foot of title: Cum priuilegio Regiae Maiestatis.
In four parts. Part 2, and abridgment and adaptation of "Ordini di cavalcare" by Federico Grisone, was previously published as STC 3158.
The three leaves after leaf 63 are numbered 70, 69, and 64, and are wrongly imposed.
"The art of riding", "The order of dieting of horses", and "The order of curing horses diseases" each have separate dated page and foliation; register is continuous.
[6], 22, [7], 81, [3], 22, [5], 63, [3], 71-86 leaves :
Imprinted at London : By Henrie Denham, being the assigne of William Seres, 1580.
STC (2nd ed.) / 3154
English
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library


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Title:The Foure Chiefest Offices Belonging To Horsemanship That Is To Saie, The Office Of The Breeder, Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:474 pages, 7.44 × 9.69 × 0.95 inPublished:July 13, 2010Publisher:EEBO Editions, ProQuestLanguage:English

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