London: J. Badcock and W. Bristow (Canterbury); J. Johnson, n.d. [1802?]; 1806. Hardcover (rebound in cloth, gilt-stamped paper shelf label). Vol. 1 comprises the second edition of A Compendium of the Veterinary Art. Vol. 2 comprises the third edition of the Materia Medica and Pharmacopoeia.
Compendium: xii, 14 stipple-engraved pls. (plate 6 is placed as the frontispiece), 234, xiii pp. Materia Medica: vii, 264p. Blanks not counted for either edition. Light age staining; several small worm holes to bottom of ca. first 50 pages of Compendium. Very good. Item #30204
A Compendium is subtitled "containing an accurate description of all the diseases to which the horse is liable, their symptoms and treatment; the anatomy and physiology of the foot; . . observations on shoeing; on feeding and exercise, the stable, &c." The plates are dated 1802; 3 are hand-colored. From the collection of Kent Cochran and the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association, with bookplate.