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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 8 Issue 9 – September 1835

Articles include: Mr. Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures, Lecture XLIX; Epilepsy; Epilepsy and Staggers Alrernating in a Horse Having Worms; Spasms of the Diaphragm; Abcess in the Thigh, Communicating with the Stifle Joint; Incontinence of Urine in a Mare;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 9 Issue 2 – February 1836

Articles include: Animal Pathology by Mr Youatt. Lecture II; Complete Fracture of the Spine; Broken Wind – French Opinions and Jurisprudence Respecting it; An Observer, amd a Lover of the Veterinary Art; Phthisis: Lioness – Curvature of the Spine – The Hydriote of Potash;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 9 Issue 11 – November 1836

Articles include: On the Treatment of Exomphalus; The Veterinary Medical Association; Three Successfully Treated Cases of Puerperal Fever, with a Few Observations on the Disease, and the Opinions Respecting it; A Case of Acute Founder in Both Hind Feet;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 9 Issue 12 – December 1836

Articles include: Letters to a Student; On an Anomalus Epidemic which Appeared Among the Horses of the Tenth Royal Hussars; Extract of the Proceedings of the Veterinary School at Alfort, During the Scholastic Year 1835-36;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 16 Issue 1 – January 1843

Articles include: Vapour-Bath for Horses; On the Elementary Composition of the Different Kinds of Food; On the Progress of the Veterinary Art; On the Exclusiveness of the Publication of the Veterinary Transactions – The False Ground on Which it was Founded – The Valuable Introduction of Cattle Pathology – The Strange Ignorance of Many Country Practitioners – The Present State of Cattle Pathology – On Paraplegia in Cattle – Mr. T. Turner’s Oration – And the Strange Duplicity Practised by Many Uncertificated Men;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 17 Issue 3 – March 1844

Articles include: Lectures on Horses. Progression; Contributions to Zoological Pathology. On Congenital Malformations of the Hip Joint; Laminitis – Acute Founder – Fever in the Feet; Consultation.- No. XXXI. A Singular Affection of the Chest in a Horse; On the Use of Tartrate of Antimony and the Chloride of Mercury in the Treatment of the Dog;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 27 Issue 2 – February 1854

Articles include: Dislocation of the Patella; Rupture of the Pericardium in the Horse; Weakness of the Loins – (Kumuree); Worm in the Eye; Laminitis. The Late Jno. Field’s Account of Laminitis (Taken from his Posthumous Veterinary Records.) Causes and Symptoms of Laminitis or Founder;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 27 Issue 3 – March 1854

Articles include: A Principle Veterinary Surgeon in India; Bursautee; Capatin Apperley on Bursautee; Mortality from Castration; Tuberculous Disease of Animals in India; Five Calves at a Birth; Metastatic Laminitis; Irregular Strangles;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 27 Issue 11 – November 1854

Articles include: Introductory Lecture; Mr. Barlow’s Letter; Acute Laminitis, with Enteritis and Pneumonia; Review. Dogs: their Management; being a New Plan of Treating the Animal; based upon Consideration of his Natural Temperament. Illustrated by Numerous Woodcuts, Depicting the Character and Position of the Dog when Suffering the Disease;…