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Author: Henry Hall Dixon
Title: Field and fern : or, Scottish flocks & herds (South)
Publisher: London : Rogerson & Tuxford
Subject (keywords, tags): Horses; Country life -- Scotland; Livestock -- Scotland


Veterinary Library's copy part of the John A. Seaverns Equine Collection

Contributor: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine Collection: websterfamilyvetmed
Format: txt
Size: 265 kb

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