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Year: 1862

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 1 – January 1862

Articles include: Communication and Cases. On Melanosis; On Indian Hemp; Thoughts on Hydrothorax; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Worms in the Eyes of Geese
Tetanus Supervening Open-Joint; On Castration by Scraping the Cord;..

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 2 – February 1862

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Death of Several Horses from Feeding on Oats Affected with Fungi; Professor Tuson’s Report on the Chemical and Microscopial Examination of some Oats Supposed to Posess Poisonous Qualites; Fig I; Fig II; Fig III; Fig IV;…
Poisoning by Arsenic

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 3 – March 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases; A Pedunculated Tumour Causing Strangulation of the Intestines of a Horse; Case of a Pin found in the Heart of a Cow; Poisoning of a Sow by Corrosive Sublimate; Report by Professor Tuson;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 4 – April 1862

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Some of the Diseases of Stomach and Intestines of Horse and Other Animals; Action of Indian Hemp in Paralysis. – Case of Ruptured Stomach – Paracentesis Abdominis; Abscess in the Coats of the Stomach of a Mare. – A Sequela of Epidemic Catarrh; An Uncommon Case of Traumatic Tetanus;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 5 – May 1862

Articles include: Partial Blocking up of the Trachea of a Horse by an Organised Deposit. [With Specimen]; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science. The Botany of Fungi; The Evil of Empiricism as Connected with the Veterinary Profession; Areca Nut as a Vermifuge for the Dog;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 6 – June 1862

Articles include: Communications and Cases . Mr. Harrison’s Cases of “Poisoning of Cattle and a Pony by Arsenic”; On Some of the Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines of the Horse and other Animals; The Supply of Patients to Veterinary Infirmaries;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 7 – July 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Carbolic Acid as a Disinfectant; Communication; Communication from a Graduate; Proposed Examination of Veterinary Practitioners; Poisoning of Dogs with Strychnine; Internal Haemmorrhage, Assoiated with Inflammation of Intestines – Cause of Death?; Case of Ruptured Stomach…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 8 – August 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Case of Extensive Disease of the Heart of a Filly; Observations on the Above Case by Assistant Professor Varnell; The Liabilities of Veterinary Surgeons; Case of Tetanus in a Mare. – Recovery…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 9 – September 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. The Prescence of Morphia Prevents the Development of the Colour-Tests of Strychnia; On Eczema in the Horse; Remarks by Assistant-Professor Varnell; …

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 10 – October 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Removal of a Supernumerary Limb from a Thorough-Bred Filly; Rupture of the Posterior Vena Cava of a Horse; Ventilation;
On Some of the Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines of the Horse and Other Animals. Diarrhoea;…