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yOUATT AND OUTER’S CATTLE-DOCTOR. 
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CONTAINING 
THE CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, AND TREATMENT OF ALL THE DISEASES INCIDENT TO 
O X BN, SHEEP, AND SWINE. 
By FRANCIS CLATER. 
EDITED, REVISED, AND ALMOST REWRITTEN, 
By WILLIAM YOUATT, Author of “The Horse,99 &c. 
Together with numerous Additions, by the American EditorJ. S. Skinner. 
AMONG WHICH ARE 
AN ESSAY ON THE USE OF OXEN, WITH MODES OF BREAKING, FEEDING, GRAZING, ETC. 
AND A TREATISE ON THE GROWTH. IMPROVEMENT AND BREEDING OF SHEEP. 
AND THE SOILS ADAPTED TO THEIR RAISING. 
With numerous Cuts and Illustrations. In one volume, 12mo. 
Price Fifty Cents, in Cloth. 
ALSO, 
The Complete Cook, edited by Sanderson, price 25 Cents. 
The Complete Confectioner, edited by Parkinson, price 25 Cents. 
The Complete Florist, edited by an Experienced Florist of Philadel¬ 
phia, price 25 Cents. 
Persons remitting in current funds, free of postage, ONE DOLLAR, can have the Foua 
Works, by mail, or otherwise, as they may direct, each one sewed in a cover. 
THE HORSE. 
By William Youatt, a new edition with illustrations; containing a full account of the 
Diseases of the Horse, with their mode of treatment; his anatomy, and the usual 
operations performed on him; his breeding, breaking, and management; and hints on 
his soundness, and the purchase and sale. Together with a General History of the" 
Horse; a dissertation on the American Trotting Horse, how trained and jockeyed, an 
account of his remarkable performances, and an Essay on the Ass and the Mule, by 
J. S. Skinner, Assistant Postmaster General, and Editor of the Turf Register. In one 
volume, octavo. 
ENCYCLOPÆDIA AMERICANA. 
A new edition. A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics 
and Biography, including a copious collection of original articles in American Biog¬ 
raphy. On the basis of the seventh edition of the German Conversations-Lexikon. 
Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. In 13 vol¬ 
umes octavo of about 600 pages each. 
The publishers offer this valuable work at a very low price in all the various styles of 
binding. 
Over Two Hundred Thousand copies have been sold in Germany. 
THF EiWYCÏiOFÆBlA OF GEOGRAPHY. 
Comprising a complete description of the earth, Physical, Statistical, Commercial and Poli¬ 
tical; exhibiting its relation to the heavenly bodies—its physical structure—the natural 
history of each country; and the Industry, Commerce, Political Institutions, and Civil and 
Social State of all Nations; by Hugh Murray, F.R.S.E., assisted in Astronomy, &c. by 
Prof. Wallace, Geology, &c. by Prof. Jameson, Botany, &c. by Prof. Hooker, Zoology, 
&c. by W. Swainson. Illustrated by eighty-two maps, and about eleven hundred other 
engravings on wood, representing the most remarkable objects of Nature and Art in 
every region of the Globe; together with a map of the United States, drawn by Drayton, 
from Tanner’s Map, and engraved on copper, in which is embodied the latest information 
relating to the Internal Improvements of this country. The portion relating to the United 
States written anew, by T. G. Bradford. Revised, corrected, and brought down to the 
present period 1844. In three handsome octavo volumes in various bindings. 
MISS STRICKLAND’S QUEENS OF ENGLAND. 
Lives of the Glueens of England, from the Norman Conquest to the reign of Elizabeth ; 
with anecdotes of their Courts, now first published from official records and other 
authentic documents, private as well as public. A new and improved edition, in six 
volumes, royal 12mo., bound in cloth, or done up in paper to match.
        

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