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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 1 – January 1870

Articles include: Fig. 22 – Injected vessels of the lower end of one of the lamine; Purgatives in Peritonitis; Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot; The Cattle Murrain of India; The Principles of Botany; Case of Extrusion of the Bladder in a Mare During Parturition; Parturient Apoplexy in a Sow…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 2 – February 1870

Articles include: Extraordinary Enlargement of the Liver of a Dog from Deposit of Fatty Matter; Scrofulous Disease of the Eye-Ball and Tracheal Lymphatic Glands; Partial Occlusion of the Trachea in an Entire Horse; ThePrinciples of Botany; “Club” or “Stump Foot”, and the Spring Extention Shoe; Glanders in Horses, and the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act…

‘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 7 – July 1870

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Poisoning of a Dog by Strychnia, On Rabies: Its Prevalence, and Some Suggestions for Future Investigation, Note on Ringworm: Transplantation of the Fungus of Ringworm from Calf to Man, The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 8 – August 1870

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Laceration of the Eyelids. Removal of the Membrana Nictitans, Further Report of Cases of Rabies in Lancashire, Observations on Cases of Parturient Apoplexy, Veterinary Pathology and Surgery: Case I Diaphragmatic Hernia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 10 – October 1870

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, The Principles of Botany, Remarks Upon the Use of Actual Cautery as Applying to the Veterinary Profession, Remarks on Some of the, Causes of the Spread of the Foot and Mouth Disease in Ireland, Cattle Plague, Pluero-Pneumonia…