Riding for Ladies. The Common Sense of Riding. With hints on the stable. Illustrated by A[lfred] Chantrey Corbould.
by O'Donoghue, [Nannie Lambert] Power
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- Riding for Ladies. The Common Sense of Riding. With hints on the stable. Illustrated by A[lfred] Chantrey Corbould.
- O'Donoghue, [Nannie Lambert] Power
- Publisher's olive-green pictorial cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on upper board and spine. Some rubbing to extremities
- Book condition
- First American edition. A London edition was published in the sa
- Roberts Brothers,
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- Date Published
- xii, , 378 pp.
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