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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 18 Issue 2 – February 1845

Articles include: The Present Epidemic Among Horses; Epizootic Pleuro-Pneumonia; Curious Case Connected with Phlebotomy; An Account of the Goitre in Montreal | Abomasumitis in the Rearing of Hand-Fed Calves; Cramp in a Horse; On Homeopathy. Homeopathic Treatment of Glanders and Farcy;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 4 – April 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Rupture of the Colon of a Horse, which it is supposed, had taken place several days before death; Analysis of a Calculus Removed from the Urethra of a Horse; On Some of the Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines of the Horse and other Animals. Chronic Diarrhoea; Observations on “Soundness”; Abscess in the Brain of a Horse…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 3 – March 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Remarks on the Alleged Death of Seventeen Cows and Two Horses through Drinking Bad Water; Numerous Calculi in the Bladder of a Dog Fourteen Months Old, Producing Distension and Congestion of the Organ and Death; On Laminitis; Veterinary Education and the Examination Question; The Principles of Botany; Pathological Contributions. Pleuro-Pneumonia; Eczema Epizootica (Mouth -and -Foot Disease);…

1 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 4 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: a sudden change in destination of the ship to Durban; impending battle at Ladysmith;…

2 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 18 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith gives an account of the Battle of Colenso, which took place on 16th December 1899…

3 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 24 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith gives an account of his experience of events leading up the Battle of Colenso,…

4 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 30 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: the Boer forces fortifying themselves;…

5 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 7-9 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: Smith expecting to move camp soon; hearing gunfire at Ladysmith;…

7 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 19 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: marching at night from camp at Spearman Hill; advancing on the enemy…

9 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 24 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: 24 Jan – Smith hearing that the night raid by the British was successful,..