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" If he has been lately from grafs, or draw-yard, or has been kept within, upon the faving plan of abridging his food in proportion to his work (a favourite meafure with fome people) he will receive damage from a long journey, however good he may be in... "
A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses and on the Moral Duties of ... - Page 258
by John Lawrence - 1802
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses: And on the Moral ..., 1. köide

John Lawrence - 1796
...expetted from a hack, which is not in thorough condition. If he has been lately from grafs, or ftraw-yard, or has been kept within, upon the faving plan of abridging...moderate work, with good keep, that is to fay, at leaft a peck and a quarter of corn every day, the horfe may improve in condition. • With refpect...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1800 - 600 lehte
...condition. If he has been lately irom grafs, or draw-yard, or has been kept within, upon the laving plan of abridging his food in proportion to his work...he may be in nature : in fuch cafe, from thirty, to five-and- forty miles, is a fuffkient day's work. On the fubjeft of Female Equitation, or Ladies Riding...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - 1807 - 547 lehte
...his work (a favoaiite meafuiv1 with fome people) be will receive damage from a long journey, kowever good he may be in nature : — in fuch cafe, from thirty, to five and forty miles, is a fuificient day's, work. On the fubject of Female Equitation, or Ladies Riding...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - 1848 - 940 lehte
...his food in proportion to his work (a favourite measure with some people), he will receive injuries from a long journey, however good he may be in nature. In such case, from thirty to five-and-forty miles is a sufficient day's work. On the subject of female...
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