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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 2 Issue 3 – March 1829

Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; Youatt On Rabies Canina; A Case of Lumbar Abcess; Pulmonary Consumption in the Horse; A Complicated Case of Strangles; A Complicated Case of Strangles; On Mr. Turner’s Paper on the Navicular Disease;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 40 Issue 7 – July 1867

Articles include: Remarks on Some of the Diseases Affecting the Facial Region of the Horse’s Head; Poisoning of Cows with Arum Maculatum; On the Use of Potassa Caustica in Bites by Hydrophobic Animals;
On Cattle Insurance Companies; Experiments with Horse-Flesh as an Article of Food;…

‘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 46 Issue 5 – May 1873

Articles include: A Pocket Clinical Thermometer, The Transmission of Aphthous Fever to Mankind, Observations on the Disease Commonly Called “Mud Fever” – Erythema, Complicated Disease Succeeding Upon the Operation of Firing,The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 46 Issue 6 – June 1873

Articles include: On Parturition, Rupture of the Heart of a Horse, Bursatie, The Spread of Pleuro-Pneumonia, The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 46 Issue 7 – July 1873

Articles include: The Cattle-Poisoning Plant of Victoria, Australia, The Juries’ Bill, Hints on Shoeing of Horses, Diagnosis of a Penetration of the Coats of Reticulum by Foreign Agents, Examination of Students Under the New Bye-Laws…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 46 Issue 8 – August 1873

Articles include: Pleuro-Pneumonia; its Importance in Our Australian Colonies, Remarkable Accumulation of Sabulous Matter in the Bladder of a Pig, Bursatie, The Principles of Botany, Novel Cure for Red Water…