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Titlepage in purple and black. With an errata slip.

London : published through Henry Woodfall, for Paul Vaillant, 1754. [2],v,[1],147,[1]p.,plate ; four°

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Who which makes them ftart, fear to have fome Defect in their Sight, approach the Objed;. man, upon thofe Occafions, 3 The Horfe- inftead of having Recourfe to Punifhment, OF HORSEMANSHIP. 23 Punifliment, which ferves only to alarm the Horfe, and ex- Courage and Vigour, tinguifli his lead him fliould firft gently towards the Objeft that by encouraging him with his Difcretion, it it, Voice, or fearful by it. clofing his If he you may give him the Spurs, wont but with and by Coaxing and Carcfles pu£h him towards infenfibly this him, either terrifies Legs upon him, to make him go up to go towards endeavour to ; fevere Correction will Temper, which ture, nor of a Fault is any Imperfections in cure him of never inherent in his Na<- his Sight, which is a Dif- order belonging to him, but the Habit of viewing the jedls which alarm him, may in Ob- time remedy the Defeats of Nature.

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