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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 48 Issue 10 – October 1875

Articles include: Royal Veterinary College: Opening of the Session 1875-6 – Introductory Address Delivered by Professor Simonds, On the Destruction of Elephants by Parasites; with Remarks on Two New Species of Entozoa and on the So-Called Earth-Eating Habits of Elephants and Horses in India, Typhoid Fever in Pigs, The Principles of Botany, Contagio-Infectious Pleuro-Pneumonia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 48 Issue 11 – November 1875

Articles include: Further Remarks on Parasites from the Horse and Elephant, with a Notice of New Amphistomes from the Ox, Typhoid Fever in Pigs, Internal Disinfection, The Principles of Botany, Contagio-Infectious Pleuro-Pneumonia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 48 Issue 12 – December 1875

Articles include: Record of Preliminary Experiments with the Eggs and Embryos of the Husk-Producing Strongyle of the Calf, The Principles of Botany, Rupture of the Colon of a Horse, Associated with Vomiting, from Eating the Fruit of the Crataegus Oxyacantha, How is Pleuro-Pneumonia Spread?, Fracture of the Femur in the Stifle-Joint…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 50 Issue 6 – June 1877

Articles include: The Importation of Foreign Cattle, Verminous Bronchitis in Dogs, The Principles of Botany, Mr. Broad’s Case of Laminitis, Tuberculosis in a Pure Short-Horn Bull…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 50 Issue 7 – July 1877

Article includes: On the Tenacity of Life of the Helminths and their Corresponding Larval Forms in Man and Animals, Chronic Gastric Catarrh in Cattle, The Principles of Botany, Laminitis – Mr. Broad’s Reply to Mr. James, Pathological Notes and Observations…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 50 Issue 8 – August 1877

Articles include: Chronic Diarrhoea in a Heifer, The Principles of Botany, Are Classical Education and Scientific Attainments to be Considered the End and Aim of Veterinary Studies?, The Origin of Contagious Disease, Cattle Plague…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 50 Issue 9 – September 1877

Articles include: Observations and Experiments Tending to Elucidate the Pathology of a Disease Affecting the Tongue of the Ox, On Worm-Like Organisms Found Within the Mitral Valve of a Horse, The Principles of Botany, Lusus Naturae; Their Frequency in India, Are Classical Education and Scientific Attainments to be Considered the End and Aim of Veterinary Studies?…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 50 Issue 10 – October 1877

Articles include: The Last Outbreak of Cattle Plague in Upper Silesia (Germany), The Principles of Botany, The Influence of Fashion in the Treatment of Disease – Bleeding, Origin of Contagious Disease, Case of Rupture of the Stomach…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 51 Issue 1 – January 1878

Articles include: The Principles of Botany, Singular Case of Delirium in the Horse, A Rejoinder to Mr. Gerrard’s Criticism on Fashion in the Trearment of Disease, Fashionable Phlebotomy, Dislocation of the Shoulder-Joint…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 51 Issue 2 – February 1878

Articles include: The Principles of Botany, Hypodermic Use of Medicines, Rheumatic Chorea in the Dog, Shoeing, Fashion in the Treatment of Disease…