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‘Farrier and Naturalist’ Vol 1 Issue 10 – October 1828

Articles include: The Terrier. Canis Terrarius; Veterinary Certificates; On the Ventilation of Stables, and the Effects of Temperature on the Skins of Horses in Different States; On the Antiquity of Hunting; The Veterinary Society;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 3 Issue 9 – September 1830

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On Breeding; On Professional Conduct; On the Treatment of Opened Joints; The Army Veterinary Department; An Inquiry into the Circumstances which have Brought into Disrepute the Operation of Firing for lamenesses of Horses, with an Improved Method, and Suggestions for its Admission into Human Surgery ;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 3 Issue 10 – October 1830

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On the Army Veterinary Department; Defence of Private Veterinary Practitioners, and on Veterinary Reform; On the Establishment of a College of Veterinary Surgeons; Strangles Following Castration;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 5 Issue 9 – September 1832

Articles include: Mr Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures: Lecture XIX; Observations on Mr. James Turner’s Theory of Animal Heat; A Case of Perforation of the Duodenum by Bots; Recommendation of ” The Veterinarian”; Case of Foot Rot, or Low in the Foot of a Cow;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 14 Issue 4 – April 1841

Articles include: On the Prevailing Disease in Cattle, Sheep, and Swine; On the Present Epidemic among Cattle; On the Present Epidemic among Cattle, &c; A Case of Malignant Epidemic; Respiration, its Mechanism and Characters Abstractedly Considered;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 15 Issue 1 – January 1842

Articles include: Lectures on Horses. Lecture I. Form and Action; The Ancient History of the Ox; Pleuro-Pneumony and Ruptured Stomach; Fatal Perforation of the Lungs, Diaphragm, Liver, amd Colon, by the Shaft of a Cart;

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 15 Issue 10 – October 1842

Article: Lectures on Horses. Lecture V. The Arm (continued); Remarks on Drenches , and their Occasional Danger – Observations on Setons – The Result of the Administration of the Hydriodate of Potash – and Remarks on Severe Firing;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 11 – November 1846

Articles include: Treatment of Spavin. Firing; Remarks on “A Lecture on the Organization of Living Beings,”; Remarks in Reference to those Made by Mr. Gavin on Sedatives and Toxicatives; The Apprenticeship Clause Considered; A Case of Ascites in the Horse; Disease of the Fetlock Joint of a Horse;…

‘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 1 – January 1847

Articles include: Firing for Spavin, Poisonous Effects of the Helleborus Foetidus (Stinking Hellebore, Bear’s Foot), Cattle Pathology, On Hydrops Uteri; Observations on Curb; Reflections on Over-Fed Animals; Effects of Medicine on Horses; Veterinary Jurusprudence. Stringhalt Ajudicated Unsoundness .Thompson v. Patteson;…