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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 32 Issue 4 – April 1859

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Epilepsy in the Horse; Communications and Cases. “Using a Glandered Horse in a Public Vehicle”; Communications and Cases. Poisoning of Calves by Arsenic; Communications and Cases. Case of Rupture of the Diaphragm…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 9 – September 1860

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Peculiar and Unusual Disease of the Osseous Tissue in the Horse; Resembling in many of its Characteristics Mollties Ossium, Rhachtitis, Osteoporosis, and Fatty Degeneration of Bone; Pleuro-Pneumonia in Sheep; On Veterinary Obstetrics; Case of Pericarditis in a Mare…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 12 – December 1860

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Therapeutics. Therapeutic Action of the First Group; A Case of Chronic Lesion of the Diaphragm, Resulting in the Death from the Entrance of the Intestine into the Rent
Ovarian Tumor in a Pony; Extraction of a Urethral Calculus from a Two-Year old Pony; Dilatation of the Right Ventricle of the Heart, Accompanied with a Fibrinous Tumour which Nearly Filled its Cavity;…

5 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Francis Galton, 5 Jan 1898

In this letter Galton writes with feedback for Smith’s draft paper ‘Relation between the Weight of a Horse and its Weight-carrying Power’. Galton suggests that if Smith wants to submit it to the Royal Society, it will need to be shorter. He also mentions that his own article ‘Measurements of Horses by Photography’ will soon appear in ‘Nature’,…

13 – Postcard to Frederick Smith from Francis Galton, 16 Feb 1898

On this postcard, Galton writes to clarify a point he made in his last letter.

14 – Postcard to Frederick Smith from Francis Galton, 17 Feb 1898

On this postcard, Galton writes with suggestions for Smith’s paper. He thanks Smith for his help, and writes that he has more photographs made by a friend.