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The Stud Farm; Or, Hints On Breeding For The Turf, The Chase, And The Road by CECIL - Hardcover - Second Edition - 1856 - from Gothica Books Ltd. and

The Stud Farm; Or, Hints On Breeding For The Turf, The Chase, And The Road


Condition: Poor. Hinges broken. Text complete with endpapers.

London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts, 1856. Second Edition. Hardback. Poor. Hinges broken. Text complete with endpapers.. Quarter bound over green cloth boards with gilt image of two horses. Tool-engraved spine. Brown endpapers with ads. 213pp.



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