Dimness of Sight, in far-- riery, a disorder in horses proceeding from blood-shotten eyes. If the eye-ball be sound, a cure may be effected by keeping the horse warm, with a linen hood fitted to his head, and by anointing his eyes twice a-day with a composition of sugar-candy, honey, and white rose-water. In two or three days, the eyes will be well; after which the creature should be" blooded. In the progress of this malady, blisters generally rise on the eye, which it would be dangerous to touch, as they will gradually disappear on the recovery of the ani-mal. - See Sight.