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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 30 Issue 1 – January 1857

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Glycerine; Proposal to Form a Veterinary Protection Society; A Calculus Causing Rupture of the Rectum of a Horse; Cases from my Note-Book; On Soundness; Case of Nasal Gleet; On the Use of Iodine in Farcy;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 30 Issue 2 – February 1857

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Inability to Masticate, Depending Upon Lesion of the Stereo-Maxillares Muscles of a Horse; Cerebral Congestion Terminating in Inflammation of the Spinal Cord in a Horse;
Case of Lithotomy in the Horse; Crimean Retrospects;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 30 Issue 4 – April 1857

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Softening and Rupture of the Left Kidney, Associated with Calcareous Deposit in the Pelvis and Ureter of the Right; The Eastern Campaign. A Chapter of Odds and Ends;
Acute Pleurisy Associated with Gangrene of the Uterus Following Abortion;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 12 – December 1862

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Some of the Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines of the Horse and Other Animals; Disease of the Urinary Organs of a Cow;
Disease of the Urinary Organs of a Cow. Observations on the Case by Professor Varnell; Poisoning of Pigs with Common Salt…