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Mountaineers and farmers trading mules and horses on "Jockey St.," near the Court House, Campton, Wolfe County, Ky.

[Seven horses in a wood] / Baldung, 1534.

[Horse, drawn to show muscle structure and anatomy]

[Courtly outdoor scene, with fountain and men on horses (recto) ; faint red chalk sketch (verso)]

[Horse, rose, narcissus, etc.]

[Teams of horses trying unsuccessfully to pull apart vacuum-filled copper spheres, also depicted in detail above, in Magdeburg demonstration for Emperor Ferdinand III]

Yūjo chōkarō

[Wild horses running in water, across a river or in surf]

[Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. Proclamation. All persons having waggons, carts, or teams of horses in their possession within the City of Philadelphia ... are hereby enjoined and

Invoice of tax levy on Edmund Ly[ne's] property

Bond made between Phillip Thurman, Richard Thurman, and Joseph Bledsoe

Milord Pouf montant à cheval

[Four figures showing methods of transporting barrels: a. & b. - by use of small boats; c. - in horse-drawn wagon; d. - rigged behind horses, in a way that it will roll]

Thomas Jefferson to Conrad Hanse, August 29, 1801, Chariot and Horses

Fujieda

Kanaya

Tavern at foot of Stony Hill

The old ford, Spa[nish] Town

Part of Kellits

Komakata

A Cotton carrier

Affidavit concerning the loss of a horse

List of taxable property, Woodford County, Kentucky

[Steeplechase, some riders and horses have fallen after jumping fence]

[Broadside]: Patent sponge boots, for horses feet. ... James Boyd, 24 Merchants' Row, Boston, June 1, 1825

Washū yoshino yoshitsune uma arai no taki

Washington crossing the Delaware

Miya

Chiryū

Miya

[Blacksmith trying to shoe a horse while another horse interferes]

Andrew Jackson, with the Tennessee forces, on the Hickory Grounds (Ala.) A.D. 1814

Ishibe

[Two horses]

[Horses at auction or races?]

Attention!! Whigs! Democrats! and Conservatives!!! All who want to put their horses in a good English grass pasture, can be accommodated by applying to the subscriber in Upper Alton ... L. S. Wells. [Upper Alton, Ill] [1840?].

[Gothic church with spire]

[The lady and the festive horse]

Best & cheapest book on the management of horses, mules, &c. By Denton Offutt. Mr. Denton Offut, will instruct persons in his peculiar method of gentling horses, mules, &c .... Washington, D. C. Wm. Greer, printer, corner of E and 10th streets 1

Horses for hire. Benjamin Bohrer, High, fronting West Street, Georgetown, D. C. would respectfully inform the citizens of Georgetown and its vicinity, that he keeps constantly for hire horses, buggies, and carriages ... Georgetown, D. C. F. W. D

Chiryū

Chiryū

[Two Japanese men and one foreigner riding on a horse while a Japanese farmer walks]

Dear Sir: Having purchased the celebrated stallion and getter of race horses Monmouth Eclipse ... he will make his first season in Kentucky, on the farm of W. W. Bacon ... Frankfort, Kentucky. [1850?].

Equarian condition powders - the most extraordinary medicine in the world for horses

[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C. Stable interior with horse in stall]

Mr. Thompson, Commissariat

Captain Croker, 17th Regiment

Captain Bathurst, Grenadier Guards

Colonel Adye & Captain Whitmore

Captain Wilkinson, 9th Regiment

Nubian servants & horses

Captain Heneage, Coldstream Guards

Quartermaster Hill, 4[th] Light Dragoons, the horse taken immediately after the winter season

Captain King, horse artillery

Major Burton, 5th Dragoon Guards

Major Chapman, 20th Regiment

Major Woodford, Rifle Brigade

Lieutenant Grills, R.H.A.

Captain Inglis, 5th Dragoon Guards

Captain Lilley, field train

Black Hawk / from the original painting by Theodore Marsden ; J.H. Bufford's lith.

Lieutenant Strangeways [i.e., Strangways], Royal Horse Artillery

Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards

Viscount Kirkwall, Captain 71st Highlanders

Lieutenant-Colonel Chapman, C.B., Royal Engineers

Lieutenant General, the Honourable Sir James Yorke Scarlett, K.C.B.

The Honourable Major Cathcart, Dep. As. Adj. General to the Light Division

Captain Layard, aide-de-camp to Lieutenant General Pennefather, K.C.B.

Major Morris, C.B., Royal Artillery

Captain Staunton [i.e., Stanton], Royal Engineers

Captain Bernard, 5th Dragoon Guards

Officers of the 90th [i.e., 38th] Regiment (Captain Hume and Captain Snodgrass)

Captain W.H. Seymour, 68th Light Infantry

Brigadier General Lord George Paget C.B.

Maréchal Pélissier, G.C.B.

Major General Sir George Buller, K.C.B.

Captain Clifford, aide-de-camp to General Buller

General Bosquet on Bayard

Brigadier Garrett

Captain Phillips & Lieutenant Yates, 8th Hussars

Omar Pacha & Colonel Simmons, Queen's Commisioner at the head quarters of the Ottoman army

Colonel Shewell, C.B., commanding Hussar Brigade

Captain Pechell, 77th

Lieutenant General Pennefather & orderly

Captain Drysdale, 42nd Regiment

Captain Chawner

Mr. Angel, postmaster

Major Keane, on the staff at Balaklava

Captain Halford, 5th Dragoon Guards

[Frontis. illus. of 2 men, 2 horses, pack burro, and dog at tent camp beside stream; also title page]

Yotsuya naitō shijuku

[Emperor Maximilian on horseback]

Horse-slaughter camp on the Spokane River, 8th, 9th, 10th Sept. 1858; nine hundred horses here captured and shot.

Shimōsa koganehara

[Horseman galloping across a battlefield]

[A soldier leading a horse]

[Feeding and resting horses]

Kyudenmae no arasoi

[A horse]

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