Excerpt from Patents for Inventions, Vol. 2: Abridgments of Specifications Relating to Farriery; Including the Medical and Surgical Treatment of Animals; A. D. 1867-1876
There is a socket in the heels of the horse-shoe with a groove on each side of the socket, and another gro... ove at the end of each socket, and a rough is constructed so as to fit tightly into the groove at each side, and at the end of each such socket, which rough is further secured by a screw. There is also a similar socket in the centre of the toe of the shoe, from the front to the back part of the toe of such shoe, within which is inserted a rough secured by 'a screw and by its extending from the front to the back of the toe of the horse-shoe, and clipping tightly round the back of it.
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