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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 1 – January 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Two Cases of Paralysis in the Horse, Arising from Spinal Apoplexy, and one Resulting from an Injury to the Spine; Strumous Enlargement of the Bronchial Lymphatic Glands of a Horse; Diseased Bladder of the Horse…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 2 – February 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Observations on Urine and Urinary Deposits in Relation to Disease; On Cotton-Cake; On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse and Other Animals. Catarrhal Affections;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 7 – July 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Case of Malignant Sore Throat in a Horse; Remarks by Profesor Varnell; Death of Enteric Disease; Observations on “Soundness”; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science
Thoughts on Pleuro-Pneumonia in Cattle; Does the Present Method of Turnip Culture Affect the Plant and if so, are the Injurious Consequences Imparted to Sheep?;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 11 – November 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session of the Royal Veterinary College. Introductory Address by Professor Spooner; Intusception of the Small Intestines of Two Pointer Puppies; Botay as Applied to Veterinary Science; Provincial Veterinary Medical Associations; Case of Supposed Fracture of the Os Calcis;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 3 – March 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse and Other Animals; Thoughts in the Sick Box “Influenza”; Observations on ” Soundness”; The “One Desideratum” – How it May be Attained; A Suggestion, as to the Feeding of Milch Cows with a View to an Improvement of the Constituents of the Milk;…
Diseased Cattle

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 6 – June 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Impaction of a Calculus in the Urethra of an Ox, Leading to a Rupture of the Bladder; Poisoning of Cattle by the Waste of Some Green Flock-Paper; Abnomal Development of the Right Lung of a Lamb; Sucessful Case of Rumenotomy; Three Cases of Coenurus Cerebralsis in Calves. – Two Successfully Operated Upon; Acephalocyst Located in the Septum Auriculorum of the Heart of a Cow…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 8 – August 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Few Thoughts on Influenza in Horses; Endocarditis in a Cow; Case of Fractured Jaw of a Horse; What is Homeopathy?; Is it a Fallacy to Feed Cattle and Sheep on Malt?; Action of Phodophyllum on the Horse, Cow, and Dog;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 12 – December 1865

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague; Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague. Consolidated Order of Council; Cattle Plague Inquiry. Cattle Total Number of Diseased Animals Reported since the Commencement of the Disease; Structure in the Oesopghagus of a Horse; Case of Elaphantiasis in a Calf; “Canker” Can Inverterate Cases be Cured;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 4 – April 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague in Sheep; Gleanings from the Proceedings of the British Pharmaceutical Conference; West of England Veterinary Medical Association; Parasites in the Kidneys of a Mare; On the Employment of Sprouted Grain for Feeding Purposes;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 7 – July 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Professor Tuson’s Lecture on Putrefaction; Mr. Greaves and the Army Veterinary Surgeons. Letter from Mr. G. Fleming, V.S., &c., 3rd Hussars, Aldershot; Varicose Vein of the Hock and its Branches; An Unexpected Outbreak of Cattle Plague; On the Want of Practical Knowledge; The Want of Harmony between Homeopathic Theory and Practice
Facts and Observations. Mr Armatage;…