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‘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;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 19 Issue 10 – October 1846

Articles include: The Complete History of a Case of Nasal Gleet, Formerly, and by Some Even at the Present Day Called “Glanders”; Intus-Susception in a Cow; A Few Remarks on the Use of Sedatives and Toxicatives in Tetanus; Farther Remark on Breech Presentation in Cows;…