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‘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…

‘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…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 12 – December 1870

Articles include: The Structure and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Scrufulous Tumours in the Mesentery, Disease of the Ligamentum Nuchae of A Horse, On the Use of Actual Cautery, On the use of the Actual Cautery in “Lampas”…

Long, James – “The Book of the Pig: Its Selection, Breeding, Feeding, and Management” (c.1880)

Chapters include: Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Art of Breeding; Chapter I.The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Art of Breeding; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. Value of a Herd Book; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Importance of the Sire; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. What to Avoid in Breeding; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. Points to be Obtained; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Proportions of Lean to Fat; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Best Colour – Black or White; Chapter I. The Breeding and Selection of Pigs. The Selection of Stock…

13 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 26 Feb 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: purchasing article on muscle tone by Sherrington in ‘Brain’ journal; literature on physiology; letter from Mrs Singer [Dorothea Waley Singer]; writing a review of ‘Physiology of Farm Animals’ by T B Wood and F H A Marshall…

14 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 29 Feb 1920

Smith writes regarding his struggle to understand the term ‘tonus’ and the article ‘Postural activity of muscle and nerve’ by C S Sherrington, from the journal ‘Brain’. Smith also mentions a catalogue of veterinary manuscripts collected by Dr Charles Singer, copied out for Smith by Janet Bullock [catalogued at FS/1/1/2/12]; writing a review of ‘Physiology of Farm Animals’ by T B Wood and F H A Marshall; the veterinary school at Cambridge; typewriting paper; ‘Edinburgh Review’ article on Stephen Hales…

50 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 7 Sep 1920

mith writes regarding content from his new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’ published by Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, including the preface, plates, and figures. He mentions that the preface discusses veterinary education, and is likely to be unpopular…