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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 34 Issue 7 – July 1861

Articles Include: Communication and Cases. On the Action of Alcohol on the System; On Therapeutics; On Therapeutics. Therapeutic Action of the Third Group; The Veterinary Profession; Effects of the Bite of a Snake on Man, the Horse, and a Dog; Epilepsy in a Mare…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 8 – August 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Observations on the Cattle Plague in Ireland and the Cattle Disease in the Isle of Man; Observations on “Soundness”;
The Veterinary Mutual Defence Society; Facts and Observation. Diseased Meat and its Effects on Man; Difference Between a Plant and an Animal; The Rapidity of Nerve-Force;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 11 – November 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session 1869-70 at the Royal Veterinary College. Introductory Address by Assistant-Profesosr Pritchard; Introductory Lecture, Delivered Tuesday, October 26th, 1869, by Professor R. C. Moffatt, at the Glasgow Veterinary College; Practical Hints for the Shipping of Horses and Other Animals; Ancient Veterinary Practice; The Principles of Botany; Practical Veterinary Science; Scrofulous Deposit Involving the Generative Organs of a Young Short-Horn Cow;…

1 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Useless Bay [Inutil Bay], Tierra del Fuego, [Chile], 29 Jan 1905

Crawshay writes to Smith about his arrival at Punta Arenas five months previously and journey to Tierra del Fuego during the severe winter. He mentions collecting birds, including some species described by Charles Darwin, and some insects and mammals (including the guanaco)…

3 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Melchbourne Vicarage, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, 5 Nov 1907

Crawshay writes to thank Smith for his compliments on an excerpt of his book, and discusses book binding. Crawshay recommends books on the subject of anthropology, and mentions the Ona tribe [Selk’nam indigenous people] of Patagonia. He suggests that Smith contact [Charles Hercules] Read, Keeper of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography at the British Museum,…

3 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Melchbourne Vicarage, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, 5 Nov 1907

Crawshay writes to thank Smith for his compliments on an excerpt of his book, and discusses book binding. Crawshay recommends books on the subject of anthropology, and mentions the Ona tribe [Selk’nam indigenous people] of Patagonia. He suggests that Smith contact [Charles Hercules] Read, Keeper of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography at the British Museum,…

4 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Melchbourne Vicarage, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, 14 Nov 1907

Crawshay writes to say he is sorry for missing Smith on his visit to London. He suggests some sources on the Ona tribe [Selk’nam indigenous people] of Patagonia, and encloses a list of texts suggested by Charles Hercules Read, Keeper of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography at the British Museum. Crawshay writes that he has read Smith’s chapter on ‘Animal Heat’…

5 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Melchbourne Vicarage, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, 3 Dec 1907

Crawshay writes to say that he has not yet visited London again, due to suffering a bout of malarial fever. He mentions that he sympathises with [Richard?] Burton, whose life he is reading an account of. He recommends that Smith read about the surveying voyages of the ‘Adventure’ and the ‘Beagle’ by Robert Fitzroy…