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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 6 – June 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Pathology of Spavin; Remarks on Tetanus; On the Pathological History of Glanders; A Letter from Mr. Mayhew. In Reply to Mr. Barlow’s Paper in Our Last Number; A Case of Partial Paralysis in a Bay Cob; Honourable Horse Dealers;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 7 – July 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Treatment of Spavin; A Visit to Alfort in 1844; Contributions to Zoological Anatomy; Extraordinary Mode of Taming and Breaking-In Horses; Singular Length of Interval Between the Births of Twin Calves; Cases of Strangulated Small Intestine in a Mare, and Broken Leg in a Bullock;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 8 – August 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Remedies for Spavin; On the Bony Diseases of the Hock; Intestinal Ansarca, with Ascites; Inversion of the Uterus in a Cow; Cases of Difficult Parturition in Cows; A Contrast; A Very Serious and Fatal Disease Among Sheep (Traumatic Erythema);…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 9 – September 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Treatment of Spavin; Veterinary Obstetricy. Vaginal Cystocele, or Inversion of the Bladder; Forward Mouths for their Ages; Polypus in the Throat of a Heifer Eradicated by Torsion; The Hoddeson Agricultural Institution; Deformity of the Os Frontis from Glanders;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 10 – October 1846

Articles include: The Complete History of a Case of Nasal Gleet, Formerly, and by Some Even at the Present Day Called “Glanders”; Intus-Susception in a Cow; A Few Remarks on the Use of Sedatives and Toxicatives in Tetanus; Farther Remark on Breech Presentation in Cows;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 12 – December 1846

Articles include: Firing for Spavin; Curious Case of Volvulus Ilei; Opened Joint Successfully Treated with Bi-Chloride of Mercury; Case of Difficult Parturition in a Cow; Remarks on the Present State of Veterinary Affairs; Mr. Mayhew to the Editors of the “The Veterinarian”;

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 20 Issue 2 – February 1847

Articles include: Other Remedies for Spavin; Professor Sewell’s Introductory Lecture. Commencing the Session of the Royal Veterinary College for 1846-7; Interesting Case of Lameness from Disease of the Liver; Observations on the Horses of Canada; The Introduction of the Crotchet into Canine Obstetricy; and its Successful use in Several Cases of Parturition;…

‘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 9 – September

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Ringbone; Observations on the Action of Ether and Chloroform on Animals; Retention of the Foetus in a Cow – Band or Ligament Across the Vagina at the Mouth of the Os Uteri – and Pleuro-Pneumonia; False labour; Extraction of Two Lambs, Two Heads Presenting Pains in a Heifer;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 21 Issue 11 – November 1848

Articles include: Lameness in Horses. Diseases of the Bursae Mucosae and Synovial Sheaths; Case of Diseased Kidney and Ruptured Stomach; Vermifuge Vapours. Ethers, Chloroform, Oil of Turpentine, or Rectified Oil of Amber, Used Singly or Combined, Effectual Therapeutic Agents for the Destruction of Strongylus and Filaria in the Bronchial Passages of Calves, through Nasal Inhalation;…