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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 12 – December 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session 1868-69 at the Royal Veterinary College; Introductory Address by Assistant-Professor Pritchard; A Fatal Disease Among Horses in India; The Principles of Botany; Observations on Impacted Bowel in the Horse
The Application of Carbolic Acid Animals;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 3 – March 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Remarks on the Alleged Death of Seventeen Cows and Two Horses through Drinking Bad Water; Numerous Calculi in the Bladder of a Dog Fourteen Months Old, Producing Distension and Congestion of the Organ and Death; On Laminitis; Veterinary Education and the Examination Question; The Principles of Botany; Pathological Contributions. Pleuro-Pneumonia; Eczema Epizootica (Mouth -and -Foot Disease);…

‘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 43 Issue 5 – May 1870

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Extensive Disease of the Membranes Covering the Left Hemisphere of the Brain of a Dog, The Principles of Botany, Two Cases of Purpura with Intestinal Submucous Hemorrhage, Subcutaneous Injection of Morphia in Colic and Enteritis, Tracheotomy…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 9 – September 1870

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Observations on Parturient Apoplexy, Fatal Cases of Poisoning in a Horse and Mare from Eating Yew, Sudden Death of Two Horses, Suspected Poisoning of Three by Alimentary Matter, Strangulation of the Intestines of the Horse…