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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 7 – July 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Therapeutic Action of Stimulants in Congestion of the Lungs; Veterinary Examinations;The Principles of Botany; Mr Broad’s Shoe for Laminitis; Mr. Broad’ Treatment of Laminitis; Pleuro-Pneumonia in Derbyshire; The Veterinary Profession from a Newly-Fledged Member’s Point of View;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 8 – August 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Retention of Urine Associated with Calculi in the Bladder of a Bitch; Case of Polypus in a Mare;The Treatment of Laminitis; The Veterinary Profession and Education; The Fracture of the Ischium of a Horse; The Principles of Botany; The Position of Army Veterinary Surgeons;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 9 – September 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On the Reciprocal Influence of Animals in the Production of Disease;Treatment of Laminitis with Mr. Broad’s Shoe; The Special Shoe for the Cure of Laminitis; Illustration; Laminitis; Mr. Broad in Reply to Mr. Fleming; Mr. Broad’s Shoe in Laminitis; Practical Veterinary Science;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 10 – October 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Observations on Strychnia; Periplantar Shoeing; The Principles of Botany; Practical Veterinary Science; Fracture of the Os Metacarpi Magnum of a Horse; Reunion; A Singular Case of “Weed” in a Mare; The Status of the Veterinary Profession; Pathology of Broken Wind in Horses; Treatment of Laminitis; Qualified and Unqualified Practitioners; Laminitis; An Urinary Calculus and it Expulsion…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 12 – December 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Eczema Epizootica; Practical Chemistry as Applied to Veterinary Science; The Principles of Botany; Laminitis; Pathology of Broken Wind; Tuberculous Disease, Affecting the Second Cervical Vertebrae, The Brain, and Spinal Cord; Open Joint in a Cart Horse;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 12 [with George Fleming’s annotations]– December 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session 1869-70 at the Royal Veterinary College. Introductory Address by Assistant-Profesosr Pritchard; Practical Chemistry as Applied to Veterinary Science; Diseases of Cattle in Ireland; The Principles of Botany; Laminitis
Pathology of Broken Wind; Tuberculosis Disease, Affecting the Second Cervical Vertebrae, the Brain, and Spinal Cord; Open Joint in a Cart Horse; Pathological Contributions. Cattle Plague; Pleuro-Pneumonia; Eczema Epizootica – Foot and Mouth Disease;…

“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 7 Issue 25 – January 1889

Articles Include: Military Veterinary Records. The Annual Statistical and General Report of the Army Veterinary Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1887. I. – Home; Military Veterinary Records. The Annual Statistical and General Report of the Army Veterinary Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1887. II. – Egypt; Military Veterinary Records. The Annual Statistical and General Report of the Army Veterinary Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1887. III. – South Africa;…

36 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 16 Sep [1914]

Smith writes regarding research into Leonard Mascall, his descendants, and references to him by George Fleming and the Dictionary of National Biography.

24 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 28 Mar 1920

Smith writes regarding a lack of reply from ‘The Morning Post’ regarding a review of Smith’s book ‘Veterinary History of the War in South Africa’, and also from H & W Brown, the publisher. Smith comments on George Fleming’s work to secure the passage of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1881,…

46 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 12 Aug 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: Bullock consulting a doctor in Dundee; Janet Bullock editing Smith’s work; Smith writing an autobiography; George Fleming; the veterinary profession; Gabriel Colin’s memoir, photograph and autograph; Lawes and Gilbert…