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  1. The grooms' oracle, and pocket stable directory in which the management of horses generally, as to health, dieting, and exercise, are considered, in a series of familiar dialogues : between two grooms engaged in training horses to their work / by John Hinds.
    By: Badcock, John,
    Edition: From the 2nd London ed. / with notes and an appendix, including extracts from the receipt book of the author.
    Publication info: Philadelphia :E. L. Carey and A. Hart,1831.
    Contributed by: Penn State University (archive.org)
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  2. The grooms' oracle, and pocket stable-directory : in which the management of horses generally as to health, dieting, and exercise, are considered in a series of familiar dialogues between two grooms engaged in training horses to their work. With notes, and an appendix, including extracts from the receipt book of John Hinds [pseud.] ...
    By: Badcock, John, - Bell, John.
    Edition: 2nd ed., with considerable additions.
    Publication info: London :Printed for the Author,1830.
    Contributed by: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine (archive.org)
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  3. Hind's farriery and stud book : farriery, taught on a new and easy plan : being a treatise on the diseases and accidents of the horse : with instructions to the shoeing-smith, farrier, and groom : preceded by a popular description of the animal functions in health, and how these are to be restored when disordered /
    By: Badcock, John, - Skinner, John S. - Smith, Thomas M.
    Edition: New ed.
    Publication info: Philadelphia :J.B. Lippincott,1867, c1848.
    Contributed by: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine (archive.org)
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  4. Rules for bad horsemen : hints to inexpert travellers; and maxims worth remembering by the most experienced equestrians / By Charles Thompson, esq.
    By: Thompson, Charles. - Badcock, John,
    Edition: A new ed. / with modern additions, by John Hinds ...
    Publication info: London :Printed for the author, for Sherwood and Co. [etc.],1830.
    Contributed by: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine (archive.org)
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  5. Veterinary surgery and practice of medicine, or, Farriery taught on a new and easy plan : being a treatise on all the diseases and accidents to which the horse is liable, the causes and symptoms of each, and the most approved remedies employed for the cure in every case : with instructions to the shoeing-smith, farrier, and groom, how to acquire knowledge in the art of farriery, and the prevention of diseases : preceded by a popular description of the animal functions in health, and showing the principles on which these are to be restored when disordered /
    By: Badcock, John,
    Edition: 2nd ed., improved.
    Publication info: London :Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, & Co.,1829.
    Contributed by: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine (archive.org)
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