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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 21 Issue 4 – April 1848

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Neurotomy; A Few Remarks on Pleuro-Pneumonia, Addressed to the Agriculturists of Great Britain; Cases of Quittor, Ruptured Vein, and Parturient Apoplexy; The State of Affairs at the Royal Veterinary College;May not Chloroform Prove Useful in the Slaughter-House;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 21 Issue 5 – May 1848

Articles include: Memorial. To the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart. Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department. The Memorial of the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; Lameness in Horses. Neurotomy;
The Veterinary Profession;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 21 Issue 8 – August 1848

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Shoulder Lameness; “Marshall’s Specific for Diseases of the Eye of the Horse”; Protracted Parturition in the Sheep; Pericarditis in a Cow, Supervising on Difficult and Protracted Parturition; Review. A Practical Treatise on Variola Ovina, or Small-Pox in Sheep; Containing the History of its Recent Intriduction into England; with the Progress, Symptoms, and Treatment of the Disease; also the Experiments Instituted to Ascertain its Peculiar Features, and the Best Means to Avert its Fatal Consequences. Illustrated with Coloured Plates;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 22 Issue 2 – February 1849

Articles include: Contributions to the Pathology and Practice of Veterinary Medicine; Lameness in Horses. Bog Spavin; Questionable Disease in a Cow; Importation of Cattle; Cases of Difficult Parturition in the Cow; Influenza in Horses; Correspondence on the Subject of Rabies in Cows;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 22 Issue 7 – July 1849

Articles include: Contributions to the Pathology and Practice of Veterinary Medicine. Sixth Contribution. Rheumatism, Pleuritis, &c; Experiments on the Expansion of the Horses Foot; An Essay on the Management of the Farm Horse, Connected with the Breeding and Rearing of the Animal; and with the Most Approved Plan of Feeding. Stable Feeding;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 22 Issue 12 – December 1849

Articles include: Case of Cholera in the Dog, with Communication of the Disease to its Mistress and Attendant; The Enmity of Grooms Towards Veterinary Surgeons; A Needle Within the Thorax of a Cow, Causing Abscess, Pleuro-Pneumonia, and Death; Tetanus Arising from Castration – A Legal Question…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 23 Issue 1 – January 1850

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Curb; The Utility of Tobacco Smoke in Certain Forms of Intestinal Disease; Cases of Protracted Utero-Gestation in Cows; Distemper in Dogs; Case of Polypus in the Vagina of a Cow; Amputation of the Penis in a Gelding Pony;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 23 Issue 2 – February 1850

Articles include: Important Experiments on the Foot of the Horse. (Having Especial Reference to those Recently Made by Mr. Gloag); Twin Lambs Conjoined – (Lusus Naturae); Tetanus Apparently Caused by Intestinal Calculus; Observations, Cases, &c. The Danger of Administering Drenches Through Bottles Instead of Drench-Horns;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 23 Issue 3 – March 1850

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Sprain of the Flexor Tendons; Remarks on Mr. Reeve’s Experiments on the Expansion of the Horse’s Foot, with an Account of Some Fresh Experiments; A Gutta-Percha Tracheotomy Tube and Cattle Probang; Gin in Uterine Labour;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 23 Issue 7 – July 1850

Articles include: Contributions to the Pathology and Practice of Veterinary Medicine. Seventh Contribution. Puerperal Fever; Contributions to Veterinary Pathology. First Contribution. Diseased Molar Teeth, Giving Rise to Symptoms of Ozoena, Mistaken for those of “Glanders”;…