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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 3 Issue 9 – September 1830

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On Breeding; On Professional Conduct; On the Treatment of Opened Joints; The Army Veterinary Department; An Inquiry into the Circumstances which have Brought into Disrepute the Operation of Firing for lamenesses of Horses, with an Improved Method, and Suggestions for its Admission into Human Surgery ;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 3 Issue 10 – October 1830

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On the Army Veterinary Department; Defence of Private Veterinary Practitioners, and on Veterinary Reform; On the Establishment of a College of Veterinary Surgeons; Strangles Following Castration;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 4 Issue 2 – February 1831

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On the Use of the Stomach Pump; Minutes of Evidence before a Committee of the House of Commons on the Bill to Prevent the Spreading of Canine Madness; Conformation and Action, and their Connexion;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 4 Issue 3 – March 1831

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; he Art of Horse-Shoeing Simplified, and Unfettered; or the Benefit of the Iron Defence without the Bane, by an Improved Method of Nailing; Mr Youatt Introductory Lecture at the University of London, Feb 2, 1831;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 1 – January 1860

Articles include: Communication and Cases. “Umpire”. – The Mouth of the Two-Year Old; An Essay on Secretion, with some of the Circumstances which Modify that Process in Animals; Memoirs of a Veterinary Surgeon. Thoughts in the Sick Box; Foul Confined Air, and Ventilation; Memoirs of a Veterinary Surgeon. Foul Confined Air, and Ventilation…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 3 – March 1860

Articles include: Communication and Cases. An Essay on Secretion, with some of the Circumstances which modify that Process in Animals; On Valerianic Acid, and the Valerianates; Oedema Succeeding upon Strangles
Injury of the Vagina and Rectum of a Mare; Rupture of the Oesophagus; Ruptured Stomach…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 10 – October 1860

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Peculiar and Unsual Disease of the Osseous Tissue in the Horse; Resembling in many of its Characteristics Mollities Ossium, Rhachitis, Osteoporosis, and Fatty Degeneration of Bone; Fig I; Fig II; Fig III; Fig IV; On Therapeutics;…

34 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 6 Sep [1914]

Smith writes regarding mentions of [Leonard] Mascall as Chief Farrier in various editions of his work ‘First Booke of Cattel’, and Ercolani’s mention of Mascall. Smith also writes about his workload since rejoining the Army…