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4th lecture, philosophical remarks upon the nature & effects of amputation

London : Pubd. May 30, 1792, by F. Jukes Howland Strt., 1792

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : aquatint, color ; plate mark 26 x 28 cm., on sheet 30 x 32 cm.

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The fourth in a series of four numbered prints satirizing the recently opened Royal Veterinary College in London. In this print, a horse is tied to a wooden frame in a courtyard. Two men demonstrate the procedure for docking a horse's tail; two other men are sitting on a bench observing; a third man holds the severed tail.

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<p>The fourth in a series of four numbered prints satirizing the recently opened Royal Veterinary College in London. In this print, a horse is tied to a wooden frame in a courtyard. Two men demonstrate the procedure for docking a horse's tail; two other men are sitting on a bench observing; a third man holds the severed tail.</p>
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4th lecture, philosophical remarks upon the nature & effects of amputation

London : Pubd. May 30, 1792, by F. Jukes Howland Strt., 1792

<p>The fourth in a series of four numbered prints satirizing the recently opened Royal Veterinary College in London. In this print, a horse is tied to a wooden frame in a courtyard. Two men demonstrate the procedure for docking a horse's tail; two other men are sitting on a bench observing; a third man holds the severed tail.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : aquatint, color ; plate mark 26 x 28 cm., on sheet 30 x 32 cm.

ABSTRACT

The fourth in a series of four numbered prints satirizing the recently opened Royal Veterinary College in London. In this print, a horse is tied to a wooden frame in a courtyard. Two men demonstrate the procedure for docking a horse's tail; two other men are sitting on a bench observing; a third man holds the severed tail.

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