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2 – Letters written in support of Memorial to Governors of the Royal Veterinary College, 1840

Volume of letters written to Thomas Mayer and Thomas Walton Mayer from veterinary surgeons giving permission for their names to be attached to the Memorial to the Governors of the Royal Veterinary College in London.

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 17 Issue 4 – April 1844

Articles include: The Royal Charter of Incorporation of Veterinary Surgeons; Summons of the First General Meeting of Veterinary Surgeons; Contributions to Zoological Pathology. IV.- On the Structure of the Synovial Sulci of the Hock, and Ginglymoid Joints Generally, in the Horse;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 17 Issue 6 – June 1844

Articles include: Lectures on Horses; Contributions to Zoological Pathology. VI. – On the normal Structure and Abnormal Conditions of the larynx in the Horse. Muscles of the Larynx; A supposed Case of Death in a Horse from Tuberculated Affection of the Lungs;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 18 Issue 4 – April 1845

Articles include: Observations on Influenza in Horses; with Reference to its Character as it Appeared in the Years 1832-1836, 1840-1844; Compte Rendu of the Proceedings of the Royal Veterinary School at Alfort During the Scholastic Year 1843-44; Case of Enteritis Suddenly Relieved if not Recovered through the Application of the Actual Cautery to the Abdomen;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 18 Issue 5 – May 1845

Articles include: Glanders and Farcy in Man; On Specific Gravities; On the Pathology of Cattle; Indigestion with Meteorization; Cases of Iodine; Singular Attempt to Bleed a Cow; A Case of Melanosis; Effects of Mesmerism on Brutes; Induction of Nebulous Cornea and Conjunctival Counter-Irritation in the Treatment of Specific Opthalmia;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 18 Issue 7 – July 1845

Articles Include: Lameness; On the Teeth; Rupture of the Aorta in a Horse; Scirrhous Disease of the Heart of a Horse; On the Anatomy and Physiology of the Laminated Structures of the Foot of the Horse; Effects of Mercury on the Horse; Bronchitis, Pleurisy, and Consumption in Cattle;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 6 – June 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Pathology of Spavin; Remarks on Tetanus; On the Pathological History of Glanders; A Letter from Mr. Mayhew. In Reply to Mr. Barlow’s Paper in Our Last Number; A Case of Partial Paralysis in a Bay Cob; Honourable Horse Dealers;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 7 – July 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Treatment of Spavin; A Visit to Alfort in 1844; Contributions to Zoological Anatomy; Extraordinary Mode of Taming and Breaking-In Horses; Singular Length of Interval Between the Births of Twin Calves; Cases of Strangulated Small Intestine in a Mare, and Broken Leg in a Bullock;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 8 – August 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Remedies for Spavin; On the Bony Diseases of the Hock; Intestinal Ansarca, with Ascites; Inversion of the Uterus in a Cow; Cases of Difficult Parturition in Cows; A Contrast; A Very Serious and Fatal Disease Among Sheep (Traumatic Erythema);…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 9 – September 1846

Articles include: Lameness. Treatment of Spavin; Veterinary Obstetricy. Vaginal Cystocele, or Inversion of the Bladder; Forward Mouths for their Ages; Polypus in the Throat of a Heifer Eradicated by Torsion; The Hoddeson Agricultural Institution; Deformity of the Os Frontis from Glanders;…