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Author: Lambert, James.
Title: The country-man's treasure shewing the nature, cause, and cure of all diseases incident to cattel : with proper means to prevent their common diseases and distempers : being very useful receipts as they have been practiced by the long experience of five and thirty years, and all approved of : fitted for the use of all farmers and others that deal in cattel / by James Lambert ; with a table of the several diseases therein contained.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The country-man's treasure shewing the nature, cause, and cure of all diseases incident to cattel : with proper means to prevent their common diseases and distempers : being very useful receipts as they have been practiced by the long experience of five and thirty years, and all approved of : fitted for the use of all farmers and others that deal in cattel / by James Lambert ; with a table of the several diseases therein contained.
Lambert, James.

London: Printed for Henry Twyford ..., 1676.
Notes:
Contains woodcut frontispiece.
Advertisement: p. [1]-[3] at end.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Veterinary medicine -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A48581.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
THE TABLE.
I. A special Remedy for Sore Eyes in Bull, Ox, Cow, or Calf.
II. Another for the Sore Eyes.
III. For the Garget in the Head.
IV. For the Garget on the Tongue and Throat.
V. Another for the same.
VI. For the Garget in the Head and Throat, as some do call the Murrain Long-sought.
VII. A special Cure for the Murrain in a Beast.
VIII. Another excellent Cure for the Mur∣raine, in Ox, Cow, or Calf.
IX. A good Receipt for to take off an Anberry or Wart on any Beast.
X. A good Receipt for the Madness in the Head of Bull, Ox, or Cow.
XI. For the Garget in the Maw.
XII. For the Yellows in the whole Body.
XIII. For the Worm in the Tail.
XIV. For the making of Blend-Water.
XV. Another good Receipt for the Blend-Water.
XVI. A good Receipt for the Water Murrain.
XVII. A good Receipt for the rising in the Body and swelling behind.
XVIII. Another good Receipt for the Rising in the Body.
XIX. For the Towering Long-Sought that is Hide-bound.
XX. For the scowring Long-sought that stinketh.
XXI. A good Receipt for a Beast that cannot Piss without pain.
XXII. For the swelling Foule.
XXIII. For the Foul betwixt the Claws that cometh by Sand, Stub or filth of the Earth.
XXIV. A good Receipt for the Evil.
XXV. For the Speed in the hinder parts.
XXVI. For the Pantas.
XXVII. A good Receipt for the bi∣ting of a Shrew-Mouse.
XXVIII. Another good Receipt for the Shrew-Mouse.
XXIX. Another for the Shrew-Mouses.
XXX. For the stinging of Adders and Scorpions, or the biting of a Hedge-hog or Shrew.
XXXI. For the swelling of an Oxes Cod.
XXXII. For an Ox or Cow that hath lost their Appetite.
XXXIII. A Remedy for the loss of the Cud.
XXXIV. For the Lungs Growing of any Beast.
XXXV. For to kill Worms in Ox, Cow, or Calf.
XXXVI. A good Receipt for a Beast that is Dewboulne at the Spring or in Eddige-time.
XXXVII. A good way to breed Milk.
XXXVIII. For the Withering of a Cow.
XXXIX. A good Receipt for a Beast that maketh Blend-water that cometh by a strain, and issueth through the Bladder.
XL. For to get a Beast a stomach when he is weary and tired.
XLI. For the hardness or swelling of a Bull or Oxes Pisle that is bruised by Riding.
XLII. For Forbaiting or a swolne Foot of any Beast.
XLIII. For the stenching of Blood of any Beast cut or hurt, and how to make a Salve to heal it.
XLIV. For to make a Cow take the Bull by Milk.
XLV. For to keep an Ox sound.
XLVI. For the Feaver in a Beast.
XLVII. For the Scab on a Beast.
XLVIII. A good Receipt for to purge Beasts.
XLIX. For a dry Hoarsness or Cough in a Beast.
L. Another good Receipt for purging of Cattel.
LI. Another good Receipt for the Fe∣ver in Beasts either in Winter or Summer.
LII. For an inward sickness in Cattel.
LIII. An excellent Cure for a Burn in a Bulls Yard, or in a Cows Matrix.
LIV. For a sucking Calf that scowreth.
LV. For A Bull that shedeth his Seed.
LVI. For the Disease in Beasts called the Sturdy or turning-Evil.
LVII. For a Cough or Shortness of Breath in Cattel.
LVIII. For to kill Lice in any Beast.
LIX. For the Milting of a Beast.
LX. For the Rottenness in a Beast.
LXI. For the Clush and swoln Neck.
Books Printed for Henry Twyford, and are to be sold at his Shop in Vine Court Middle Temple, London.