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‘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 37 Issue 4 – April 1864

Articles include: Remarks on Cases of Parasitic Disease in Horses; Observations on “Soundness.”; On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the House and other Animals; Cases of Tenotomy; Filaria Oculi…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 5 – May 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Notes from Professor Varnell; Note on an Alkaloid Obtained from the Seeds of Ricinus Communis, or Castor-Oil Plant; Unusual Case of Diseased Lungs of Horse;Remarks by Professor Varnell; On the Elasticity of the Horse’s Foot…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 46 Issue 5 – May 1873

Articles include: A Pocket Clinical Thermometer, The Transmission of Aphthous Fever to Mankind, Observations on the Disease Commonly Called “Mud Fever” – Erythema, Complicated Disease Succeeding Upon the Operation of Firing,The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 47 Issue 10 – October 1874

Articles include: The Principles of Botany, On Firing, Remarks on “Seedy-Foot”, Treatment of Young Horses’ Feet, Parturient Apoplexy in the Mare, The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act 1869…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 48 Issue 2 – February 1875

Articles include: The Principles of Botany, Typhoid Fever in Pigs, On the Trearment of Sandcrack, Paralysis in a Mare, Revised List of Entozoa, With Notes and References…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 48 Issue 5 – May 1875

Article include: The Fitzwygram Prizes, Leaves from the Veterinary Case-Book, The Principles of Botany, Hippophagy, Yew Poisoning…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 49 Issue 7 – July 1876

Articles include: Cruelty to Animals, Some Remarks on Hippopathology in India, Rabies in Calcutta, On Worm Colic, Serious Illness of a Cow Caused by Artificial Manure in Solution…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 51 Issue 11 – November 1878

Articles include: Royal Veterinary College: Opening of the Session 1878-9 – Introductory Address by Professor Brown, The Principles of Botany, Remarks on a Case of Gid Affecting an Ox, Remarks on “Firing”, Veterinary Surgery as Performed by Unskilled Men…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 51 Issue 12 – December 1878

Articles include: Synopsis of Continental Veterinary Journals, The Principles of Botany, A Few Remarks on Parturient Apoplexy, Remarks on Firing, Cruelty to Animals…