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      Beesby
      Everett Franklin Phillips

      The Natural
      History
      of the Bee
      by
      John Anderson

      Practical
      Beekeeping
      Designed for the Use of the Beginner and Small
      Apiarist, Adapted to the State of Montana
      by
      Ralph Benton


      Pleasurable
      Bee-Keeping
      by
      Charles Nettleship White

      Dogs and
      All About
      Them
      by
      Robert Leighton

      The
      Complete
      Herbal
      by
      Nicholas Culpeper

      Our Cats and
      All About Them
      Their Varieties, Habits, and Management; And
      for Show, the Standard of Excellence and Beauty
      by
      Harrison Weir


      Practical
      Dog Training
      Or Training Vs. Breakingby
      S. T. Hammond


      The ABC and Xyz
      of Bee Culture
      A Cyclopedia of Everything Pertaining to the Care of the
      Honey-Bee; Bees, Hives, Honey, Implements, Honey-Plants,
      Etc.; Facts Gleaned From the Experience of Thousands
      of Bee-Keepers, and Afterward Verified in Our Apiary
      by
      Amos Ives Root


      How to
      Keep Bees
      A Handbook for the Use of Beginnersby
      Anna Botsford Comstock


      Albertus
      Magnus
      Being the Approved, Verified, Sympathetic and Natural Egyptian
      Secrets, White and Black Art for Man and Beast; The Book of
      Nature and the Hidden Secrets and Mysteries of Life Unveiled;
      Being the Forbidden Knowledge of Ancient Philosophers
      by
      Albertus Magnus


      The
      Barn-Yard
      A Manual of Cattle, Horse and Sheep Husbandry;
      Or How to Breed and Rear the Various Species of
      Domestic Animals; With a Chapter on Bee-Keeping
      by
      D. H. Jacques


      Manual of
      Farm Animals
      A Practical Guide to the Choosing, Breeding,
      and Keep of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Swine
      by
      Merritt W. Harper


      Bee-Keeping
      for Beginners
      According to the Syllabus of the
      Board of Education for Schools
      by
      Walter Chitty


      Bee HuntingA Book of Valuable Information, for Bee
      Hunters Tell How to Line Bees to Trees, Etc
      by
      Johh R. Lockard


      The Hom?opathic Veterinary
      Doctor, Giving the History,
      Means of Prevention, and
      Symptoms of All Diseases of the
      Horse, Ox, Sheep, Hog, Dog, Cat,
      Poultry and Birds, and the Most
      Approved Methods of Treatment
      by
      George H. Hammerton

      Everyman's
      Book of
      the Dog
      by
      A. Croxton Smith

      The CatIts Points; And Management
      in Health and Disease
      by
      Frank Townend Barton


      Poultry Diseases
      and Their Remedies
      The Cause, Symptoms, and Treatment
      of All Diseases Known to Poultry
      by
      J. Gaylord Blair


      The Handy
      Horse-Book
      Or Practical Instructions in Driving,
      Riding, and the General Care and
      Management of Horses, With Engravings
      by
      A. Cavalry Officer


      Man's Best
      Friend, the Dog
      A Treatise Upon the Dogby
      George B. Taylor


      Honey for
      Money
      by
      Unknown Author

      Success
      With Hens
      by
      Robert Joos

      Animal
      Husbandry
      by
      John L. Tormey

      All About
      Ferrets and Rats
      A Complete History of Ferrets, Rats, and Rat
      Extermination From Personal Experiences and
      Study; Also a Practical Hand-Book on the Ferret
      by
      Adolph Isaacsen


      Practical
      Rabbit
      Keeping
      by
      Edward I. Farrington

      Profit and Pleasure
      in Goat-Keeping
      A Practical Conservative Treatise Presenting in
      Concrete Form the Advantages of the Modern Milch
      Goat, the Various Breeds, Their Care and Management
      by
      Fred C. Lounsbury


      Care and
      Management
      of Rabbits
      by
      Chesla Clella Sherlock

      Concerning
      Cats
      My Own and Some Othersby
      Helen M. Winslow


      The Pet
      Book
      by
      Anna Botsford Comstock

      Chapters on
      Animals, Dogs
      Cats and Horses
      by
      Philip G. Hamerton

      The
      Veterinarian
      by
      Chas; J. Korinek

      Dr. Lesure's
      Warranted
      Veterinary Remedies
      The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of
      Diseases for Which They Are Recommended
      by
      J. G. Lesure


      The Complete
      Poultry Book
      A Manual for the
      American Poultry Yard
      by
      Charles Embree Thorne


      Pigeon
      Raising
      by
      Alice Macleod

      Bee Keeping
      for Profit
      A New System of Bee Managementby
      Mrs. Lizzie E. Cotton


      DogsA Manual for Amateursby
      Harriet Anne de Salis


      The Horseman's
      Handbook
      A Compendium of Useful
      Information for Every Horse Owner
      by
      Unknown Author


      PetsAnd How to Care for Themby
      Lee S. Crandall


      The Training
      of Wild
      Animals
      by
      Frank C. Bostock

      Some Plant
      Sources of
      Vitamins B and C
      by
      Francisco O. Santos

      HorsesPast and Presentby
      Walter Gilbey


      Veterinary
      Hygiene
      by
      Robert George Linton

      The
      Horse
      by
      William S. Tevis Jr.

      History and
      Description of
      the Modern Dogs
      Of Great Britain and Irelandby
      Rawdon B. Lee



      Vol. 1
      Cottage
      Economy
      Containing Information Relative to the Brewing of Beer, Making
      of Bread, Keeping of Cows, Pigs, Bees, Ewes, Goats, Poultry,
      and Rabbits, and Relative to Other Matters Deemed Useful in the
      Conducting of the Affairs of a Labourer's Family; To Which Are Adde
      by
      William Cobbett


      The Internal
      Parasites of Our
      Domesticated Animals
      A Manual of the Entozoa of the Ox,
      Sheep, Dog, Horse, Pig, and Cat
      by
      T. Spencer Cobbold


      The Practical
      Bee-Keeper
      Or, Concise and Plain Instructions for
      the Management of Bees and Hives
      by
      John Milton


      Hoover's Book
      of Recipes
      An Invaluable Collection of Private and
      Practical Recipes, and Hidden Secrets Revealed
      by
      M. S. Hoover


      Breeding, Training,
      Management and
      Diseases of the Horse
      And Other Domestic, With
      Ninety-Five Illustrations
      by
      J. M. Heard


      Farming for
      Pleasure
      and Profit
      Poultry-Keepingby
      Arthur Roland


      The Farmer's
      Practical
      Veterinary Guide
      by
      Earl Tracy Steele

      Dzierzon's Rational
      Bee-Keeping
      Or, the Theory and
      Practice of Dr. Dzierzon
      by
      Dzierzon


      Beasts
      and Men
      Being Carl Hagenbeck's Experiences for
      Half a Century Among Wild Animals
      by
      Hugh S. R. Elliot


      How to Feed
      Hens for
      Egg-Production
      by
      William Powell-Owen

      Beginnings
      in Animal
      Husbandry
      by
      Charles S. Plumb

      A History of
      the Earth and
      Animated Nature
      by
      Oliver Goldsmith

      The Dzierzon
      Theory
      Or the Fundamental Principles of
      Dzierzon's System of Bee-Culture, as
      Set Forth by the Baron of Berlepsch
      by
      Sameul Wagner


      999 Questions
      and Answers
      A Guide to Success With Poultry, Written and
      Arranged in the Form Most Helpful to the Fancier and
      the Market Poultryman, the Amateur and the Expert
      by
      Frank Heck


      The Art
      of Riding
      by
      H. G. English

      Bees and Honey,
      or the Management
      of an Apiary for
      Pleasure and Profit
      by
      Thomas Gabriel Newman

      How to Read
      Character in Features,
      Forms,& Faces
      A Guide to the General
      Outlines of Physiognomy
      by
      Henry Frith


      How to Train
      Dogs and Cats
      Hints on Shooting and Hunting Game;
      Life Experience of Frederick H. Erb, Jr.
      by
      Frederick Erb


      Bee-Cultureby
      F. A. Jacobsen

      Southern
      Bee Culture
      by
      J. J. Wilder

      Every Man
      His Own
      Horse Doctor
      Or the True Way of Handling Horsesby
      F. Bartow


      Chickensby
      John A. Myers

      The American
      Hunting Dog
      Modern Strains of Bird Dogs and
      Hounds, and Their Field Training
      by
      Warren H. Miller


      Home Treatment
      for the Diseases of
      Domesticated Animals
      A Practical Work for Farmers, Teamsters, Merchants,
      Mechanics, Students and Practitioners; A Treatise
      on the Diseases of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and
      Dogs; Their Causes, Symptoms, Prevention, and Cure
      by
      Walter Langtry


      Hunting
      Dogs
      Describes in a Practical Manner the Training, Handling,
      Treatment, Breeds, Etc;, Best Adapted for Night
      Hunting as Well as Gun Dogs for Daylight Sport
      by
      Oliver Hartley


      Hides Skins and
      the Manufacture
      of Leather
      A Layman's View of the Industryby
      James Paul Warburg


      A History and
      Description of the
      Collie or Sheep Dog
      In His British Varietiesby
      Rawdon Lee


      Puppies and
      Their Care
      by
      Will Judy

      Riding and
      Hunting
      by
      Matthew Horace Hayes

      The Practical
      Bee-Master
      In Which Will Be Shewn How to Manage Bees
      Either in Straw Hives or in Boxes, Without
      Destroying Them, and With More Ease, Safety, and
      Pofit, Than by Any Method Hitherto Made Public
      by
      John Keys


      Phelps'
      Bee-Keeper's Chart
      Being a Brief Practical Treatise on the Instinct, Habits and
      Management of the Honey-Bee, in All Its Various Branches; The
      Results of Many Years' Practical Experience, to Render Bee-Keeping,
      Less Difficult, and at the Same Time More Sure, Profitable and P
      by
      E. W. Phelps


      The
      Rabbit
      by
      James Edmund Harting

      The Home
      Poultry
      Book
      by
      Edward Irving Farrington

      Ferret Facts
      and Fancies
      A Book of Practical Instructions on
      Breeding, Raising, Handling and
      Selling; Also Their Uses, and Fur Value
      by
      A. R. Harding


      Pig RaisingA Manual for Pig Clubsby
      Aretas W. Nolan


      Reliable Poultry
      Remedies
      Poultryman's Hand-Book of Tried-and-Proved
      Remedies for the Common Diseases of Poultry
      by
      Reliable Poultry Journal Publishing Company


      Hides
      and Skins
      From the Animal's Back
      to the Tannery Door
      by
      Unknown Author


      FarrieryA Taught on a New and Easy Plan; Being a Treatise on the Diseases
      and Accidents of the Horse; With Instruction to the Shoeing-Smith,
      Parrier, and Groom; Prescribed by a Popular Description of the
      Animal Functions in Health, and How These Are to Be Restore
      by
      John Hinds


      Horse-Shoeing
      as It Is and as
      It Should Be
      by
      William Douglas

      A Thousand
      Answers to
      Beekeeping
      Questions
      by
      C. C. Miller

      Notes on
      Pet Monkeys
      and How to
      Manage Them
      by
      Arthur Henry Patterson

      The Stable
      Book
      Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in
      Relation to Stabling, Grooming, Feeding, Watering
      and Working; Construction of Stables, Ventilation,
      Stable Appendages, Management of the Feet
      by
      John Stewart


      Dadant
      System of
      Beekeeping
      by
      Camille Pierre Dadant

      The CatA Guide to the Classification and Varieties
      of Cats, and a Short Treatise Upon
      Their, Care, Diseases, and Treatment
      by
      Rush Shippen Huidekoper


      Harness; As It Has
      Been, as It Is, and
      as It Should Be
      With Remarks on Traction,
      and the Use of the Cape Cart
      by
      John Philipson


      The Art of
      Trapping
      A Complete Description of the North American
      Fur Bearers, Their Habits, Range; How to Make
      a Success of Trapping and Other Information of
      Great Value to the Trapper and Fur Collector
      by
      A. B. Shubert


      A Practical Treatise on
      Humanity to Honey Bees;
      Or Practical Directions
      For the Management of Honey Bees, Upon an Improved and
      Humane Plan, by Which the Lives of Bees May Be Preserved,
      and Abundance of Honey of a Superior Quality Obtained
      by
      Edward Townley


      Practical Advice
      to Beginners
      in Bee-Keeping
      by
      Joseph Tinsley

      Science of
      Trapping
      Describes the Fur Bearing Animals, Their
      Nature, Habits and Distribution, With
      Practical Methods for Their Capture
      by
      E. Kreps


      Vice in
      the Horse
      And Other Papers on
      Horses and Riding
      by
      Edward Lowell Anderson


      Profitable
      Pigeon Breeding
      A Practical Manual Explaining How
      to Breed Pigeons Successfully Whether
      as a Hobby or as an Exclusive Business
      by
      F. Arthur Hazard


      The
      Breeds of
      Live-Stock
      by
      Live-Stock Breeders

      Field
      Ornithology
      Comprising a Manual of Instruction
      Procuring, Preparing and Preserving Birds
      and a Check List of North American Birds
      by
      Elliott Coues


      Silk and the
      Silk Worm
      A Complete Book of Instruction
      on Silk Culture Instruction
      by
      C. H. Rossiter


      Cats and All
      About Them
      by
      Frances Simpson

      The Handy
      Book of Bees
      Being a Practical Treatise on
      Their Profitable Management
      by
      A. Pettigrew


      Drivingby
      Francis M. Ware

      The AquariumIssued in the Interests of the Study,
      Care and Breeding of Aquatic Life
      by
      Unknown Author


      The Arab
      Horse
      by
      Spencer Borden

      The National
      Standard Squab Book
      A Practical Manual Giving Complete and Precise
      Directions for the Installation and Management of a
      Successful Squab Plant; Facts From Experiences of Many
      by
      Elmer Cook Rice


      A Practical Treatise
      on Breeding, Rearing,
      and Fattening
      All Kinds of Domestic Poultry,
      Pheasants, Pigeons, and Rabbits
      by
      Bonington Moubray


      Modern
      Milk Goats
      Status of the Milk Goat Industry, Methods of Profitable
      Milk Production, Care and Management of Commercial
      Herds and Household Goats, 76 Illustrations
      by
      Irmagarde Richards


      A Manual
      of Angora
      Goat Raising
      With a Chapter on Milch Goatsby
      George Fayette Thompson


      Dog Shows
      and Doggy
      People
      by
      C. H. Lane

      Preliminary Notes
      on the Value of
      Winter Protection
      for Bees
      by
      J. H. Merrill

      Arrian on
      Coursing
      by
      Arrian

      Standard American
      Poultry Book
      Containing Descriptions of All the Different Varieties of
      Fowls, With Complete Instructions for Raising All Kinds
      of Poultry, Curing Diseases, Artificial Incubation, Etc;, Etc
      by
      W. L. Allison


      A Manual, or an Easy
      Method of Managing Bees,
      in the Most Profitable
      Manner to Their Owner
      With Infallible Rules to Prevent Their Destruction by the Mothby
      John Moseley Weeks


      How to Breed,
      Rear, and Train the
      Macclesfield Tippler
      and the High-Flying
      Tumbler Pigeon
      by
      G. Smith

      Art of Taming
      Horses
      With the Substance of the Lectures at the Round
      House, and Additional Chapters of Horsemanship
      and Hunting, for the Young and Timid
      by
      Unknown Author


      Lippincotts's
      Farm Manuals
      Productive Horse Husbandryby
      Carl W. Gay


      Bee-Keeping
      by Twentieth
      Century
      Methods
      by
      J. E. Hand

      Bees for Pleasure
      and Profit
      A Guide to the Manipulation of Bees,
      the Production of Honey, and the
      General Management of the Apiary
      by
      G. Gordon Samson


      Breaking
      and Riding
      With Military Commentariesby
      James Fillis


      Sheep
      Diseases
      by
      E. T. Baker

      Poultry Secrets
      Revealed
      The Most Complete Book on
      Poultry Raising Ever Written
      by
      Charles F. Townsend


      The
      Horse
      by
      Isaac Phillips Roberts

      Poultry Feeding
      and Fattening
      Including Preparation for Market, Special Finishing
      Methods, as Practiced by American and Foreign
      Experts, Handling Broilers, Capons, Waterfowl, Etc
      by
      George B. Fiske


      A to Z of
      Pigeons and
      Bantams
      by
      Frank W. Delancey

      Mysteries of
      Bee-Keeping
      Explained
      Containing the Result of Thirty-Five Years Experience, and
      Directions for Using the Movable Comb and Box-Hive, Together
      With the Most Approved Methods of Propagating the Italian Bee
      by
      M. Quinby


      An Instruction
      Book in the Art
      of Silk Culture
      by
      Women's Silk Culture
      Association of the United States

      The O?logistFor the Student of Birds, Their
      Nests and Eggs; January, 1895
      by
      Frank H. Lattin



      Vol. 12
      Correspondence
      Relating
      to Cultivation
      of Silk
      by
      New South Wales; Parliament

      The First Aid
      Farm Veterinarian
      A Collection of Authoritative Suggestions on the Care of Cattle,
      Swine, Sheep, Horses, Combined With a Choice Selection of
      Illustrations of Prize Winning and Famous Types of Live Stock
      by
      S. H. Ward


      Curb, Snaffle,
      and Spur
      A Method of Training Young
      Horses, for the Cavalry Service, and
      for General Use Under the Saddle
      by
      Edward L. Anderson


      The
      Aquarium
      by
      Unknown Author

      The Feather's
      Practical
      Squab Book
      Questions and Answersby
      W. E. Rice


      A Horse
      Book
      by
      Mary Tourtel

      The DogBy Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinsonby
      Henry William Herbert


      Information in
      Relation to Disease
      Prevailing Among
      Swine and Other
      Domestic Animals
      by
      United States; Dept; Of Agriculture

      The Natural
      History of
      South Africa
      by
      Frederick William Fitzsimons


      Vol. 1 of 4
      The American
      Poultry Yard
      Comprising the Origin, History, and Description
      of the Different Breeds of Domestic Poultry
      by
      D. J. Browne


      Horseshoeingby
      John W. Adams


      Vol. 179
      Hand-Book on the
      Treatment of the
      Horse in the Stable
      and on the Road
      Or, Hints to Horse Ownersby
      Charles Wharton


      Horses
      and Roads
      Or How to Keep a Horse
      Sound on His Legs
      by
      Free-Lance


      The Useful
      Collie and How
      to Make Him So
      A Practical Book for Practical
      Farmers and Other Owners of Collies
      by
      W. A. Sargent


      SwineA Book for Students and Farmersby
      George E. Day


      The Poultryman’s
      Guide
      A Book Containing Hundreds of Practical
      Ideas and Valuable Information for the
      Beginner, the Farmer, the Fancier or the Expert
      by
      T. E. Quisenberry


      Beast and
      Man in India
      A Popular Sketch of Indian Animals,
      in Their Relations With the People
      by
      John Lockwood Kipling


      The Robinson
      Method of
      Breeding Squabs
      A Full Account of the New Methods
      and Secrets of the Most Successful
      Handler of Pigeons in America
      by
      Elmer Rice


      Poultry a
      Practical Guide
      To the Choice, Breeding, Rearing, and Management
      of All Descriptions of Fowls, Turkeys, Guinea-Fowls,
      Ducks, and Geese, for Profit and Exhibition
      by
      Hugh Piper


      The Spaniel
      and Its
      Training
      by
      F. H. F. Mercer

      Ranch Notes in
      Kansas, Colorado,
      the Indian Territory
      and Northern Texas
      by
      Reginald Aldridge

      Constructive
      Beekeeping
      by
      Ed H. Clark

      The Art of
      Horsemanship
      by
      Xenophon

      Scientific
      Queen-Rearing, as
      Practically Applied
      Being a Method by Which the
      Best of Queen-Bees Are Reared in
      Perfect Accord With Nature's Ways
      by
      G. M. Doolittle


      The Book
      of the Goat
      Containing Full Particulars of the Various Breeds
      of Goats and Their Profitable Management
      by
      H. S. Holmes-Pegler


      The New
      Egg Farm
      Or the Management of Poultry on a Large Scale for Commercial
      Purposes; A Practical Manual and Reliable Handbook Upon Producing
      Eggs and Poultry for Market as a Profitable Business Enterprise,
      Either by Itself or Connected With Other Branches of Agricultur
      by
      H. H. Stoddard


      The Child's
      Book of Nature
      For the Use of Familier and Schoolsby
      Worthington Hooker



      Vol. 1 of 3
      House and
      Pet Dogs
      Their Selection, Care and Training;
      With Portraits of Prize Winning
      Specimens of All Principal Breeds
      by
      Forest and Stream Publishing Co


      Cattle Their
      History and Various
      Breeds, to Which
      Is Added the Dairy
      by
      W. C. L. Martin

      Statement
      of Evidence
      Before the Committee of the Legislature, at the
      Session of 1839, on the Petition of the City of
      Boston, for the Introduction of Pure Soft Water
      by
      Unknown Author


      Garden and
      Aviary Birds
      of India
      by
      Frank Finn

      Every Man His Own
      Farrier, a Treatise on
      Horses and Cattle
      With Remedies for Every Diseaseby
      Henry Branton


      HorsesTheir Feed and Their Feet, a Manual of Horse
      Hygiene, Invaluable for the Veteran or the Novice,
      Pointing Out the True Source of "Malaria," "Disease
      Waves," Influenza, Glanders, "Pink-Eye," Etc
      by
      Charles Edward Page


      Fancy PigeonsContaining Full Directions for Their Breeding and
      Management, With Descriptions of Every Known Variety and
      All Other Information of Interest or Use to Pigeon Fanciers
      by
      James C. Lyell


      Hints on
      Colt-Breaking
      by
      William M. Hutchison

      Patroclus
      and Penelope
      A Chat in the Saddleby
      Theodore Ayrault Dodge


      A Treatise
      on the Hair
      by
      R. P. Hall and Company

      The HorseHow to Feed Him, Avoid
      Disease, and Save Money
      by
      George Armatage


      The American
      Bird-Keeper's
      Manual
      Or Directions for the Proper Management of
      American and Foreign Singing Birds, With
      Particular Instructions for the Breeding of Canary
      Birds, and the Proper Treatment of Their Young
      by
      James Mann


      Fancy Mice, Their
      Varieties and Management
      as Pets or for Show,
      Including the Latest
      Scientific Information as
      to Breeding for Colour
      by
      C. J. Davies

      The Harness
      Horse
      by
      Walter Gilbey

      Pigeon
      Diseases
      With a Chapter on Feedingby
      E. J. W. Dietz


      Horses
      and Riding
      by
      George Nevile

      The Dog's Medical
      Dictionary
      An Encyclop?dia of the Diseases,
      Their Diagnosis Treatment, and the
      Physical Development of the Dog
      by
      A. J. Sewell


      The History,
      Treatment, and
      Diseases of the Horse
      Embracing an Account of His Introduction and Use in Various
      Countries; General Management Under All Peculiar Circumstances;
      An Abstract of the Best Veterinary Practice; Useful Medicinal and
      Other Recipes; Articles of Food, Etc;, With a Treatise on Draught
      by
      Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge


      The Care of the
      Hair and the Scalp
      How to Keep the Hair From Falling Out and
      Turning Gray, for Professional and Private Use
      by
      William A. Woodbury


      Horses,
      Saddles
      and Bridles
      by
      William H. Carter

      Proper Care
      of the Hair
      and Scalp
      by
      Amant Henry Ohmann-Dumesnil

      Practical
      Directions
      For the Management of Honey Bees, Upon an Improved and
      Humane Plan, by Which the Lives of Bees May Be Preserved,
      and Abundance of Honey of a Superior Quality May Be Obtained
      by
      Thomas Nutt


      The Faras-Nma-E
      Rangin
      Or the Book of the Horseby
      Rangin


      The
      American Bee
      Journal, 1881
      by
      Thomas G. Newman


      Vol. 17
      Notes on Equitation
      and Horse Training
      In Answer to the Examination
      Questions at the School of Application
      for Cavalry at Saumur, France
      by
      Saumur


      Culpeper's English
      Physician, and
      Complete Herbal
      To Which Are Now First Added Upwards of One
      Hundred Additional Herbs, With a Display of Their
      Medicinal and Occult Properties, Physically Applied
      to the Cure of All Disorders Incident to Mankind
      by
      Nicholas Culpeper


      Pheasant
      Farming
      by
      'Gene M. Simpson

      The Business
      Hen
      Breeding and Feeding Poultry for Profitby
      Herbert W. Collingwood


      Our HorsesOr, the Best Muscles
      Controlled by the Best Brains
      by
      Alfred Saunders


      The Foot of the Horse,
      or Lameness, and All
      Diseases of the Feet
      Traced to an Unbalanced Foot Bone,
      Prevented or Cured by Balancing the Foot
      by
      David Roberge


      War, Police,
      and Watch
      Dogs
      by
      Edwin Heautonville Richardson

      Dogs of All
      Nations
      by
      Walter Esplin Mason

      Principles of
      Dog Training,
      Originally Dog
      Paths to Success
      by
      W. C. Percy

      The Horse
      in All His
      Varieties and Uses
      His Breeding, Rearing and Management, Whether
      in Labour or Rest; With Rules, Occasionally
      Interspersed, for His Preservation From Disease
      by
      John Lawrence


      The Practical
      Bee Guide
      A Manual of Modern Beekeepingby
      J. G. Digges


      Sheep
      Management
      A Handbook for the
      Shepherd and Student
      by
      Frank Kleinheinz


      Manual for Farriers,
      Horseshoers,
      Saddlers, and
      Wagoners or Teamsters
      1914by
      Unknown Author


      Origin and
      History of
      the Horse
      by
      Fairfield Osborn

      SquabsDevoted to the Practical
      Side of Squab Raising
      by
      East Lake Squab Company


      The American
      Book of the Dog
      The Origin, Development, Special Characteristics,
      Utility, Breeding, Training, Points of Judging, Diseases,
      and Kennel Management of All Breeds of Dogs
      by
      G. O. Shields


      Turf GoodsFine Harness, Saddles, Trotting and Running Horse
      Outfits, Horse Clothing, Sulkies, Road, Breaking
      and Speeding Carts Horse Remedies and All
      Supplies for the Track, Road, Stable and Stock Farm
      by
      Unknown Author


      The Book
      of Dogs
      An Intimate Study of
      Mankind's Best Friend
      by
      Ernest Harold Baynes


      The
      Percheron
      Horse
      by
      Charles du Hu?s

      Scottish
      and Irish
      Terriers
      by
      Williams Haynes

      The Market
      Assistant
      Containing a Brief Description of Every Article of Human
      Food Sold in the Public Markets of the Cities of New York,
      Boston, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn; Including the Various
      Domestic and Wild Animals, Poultry, Game, Fish, Vegetables
      by
      Thomas F. De Voe


      The Encyclopedia
      of the Kennel
      A Complete Manual of the Dog, Its Varieties,
      Physiology, Breeding, Training, Exhibition and
      Management, With Articles on the Designing of Kennels
      by
      Vero Shaw


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