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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 1 – January 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague; Gleanings from the Proceedings of the British Pharmaceutical Conference; The Mutual Veterinary Defence Society. “Defence, not Defiance”; Observations on “Soundness”; Cattle Murrain in India. Official Report
Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Caesarean Operation in a Bitch;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 2 – February 1866

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague; Cancer of the Spleen, a Very Large Mesenteric Tumour, and an Abscess in the Gastro-Splenic Omentum of a Horse; Remarks by Professor Varnell; Cases Communicated through, with Remarks thereon by Professor Varnell. Cancer of the Lungs and Various other Organs of a Pony, together with Atheroma of the Lining Membranes of the Heart and…;Diffused False Aneurism;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 3 – March 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Smallpox in Sheep (Variola Ovina); The Proposed New Veterinary Medical Bill; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; The Employment of Sprouted Grain for Feeding Purposes; Facts and Observations. Massacre of Small Birds in France…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 4 – April 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague in Sheep; Gleanings from the Proceedings of the British Pharmaceutical Conference; West of England Veterinary Medical Association; Parasites in the Kidneys of a Mare; On the Employment of Sprouted Grain for Feeding Purposes;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 7 – July 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Professor Tuson’s Lecture on Putrefaction; Mr. Greaves and the Army Veterinary Surgeons. Letter from Mr. G. Fleming, V.S., &c., 3rd Hussars, Aldershot; Varicose Vein of the Hock and its Branches; An Unexpected Outbreak of Cattle Plague; On the Want of Practical Knowledge; The Want of Harmony between Homeopathic Theory and Practice
Facts and Observations. Mr Armatage;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 40 Issue 1 – January 1867

Articles include: Communication and Cases. Remarks on Some of the Diseases Affecting the Facial Region of the Horse’s Head; Additional Remarks on Mr. C. Houlden’s Case; Observations on “Soundness”; Recent Orders Connected with the Veterinary Department in the Indian Army; On Treatment of Comminuted Compound Fracture of Bones of the Head;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 40 Issue 5 – May 1867

Articles include: Remarks on Some of the Diseases Affecting the Facial Region of the Horse’s Head; The Microscope in Veterinary Medicine; Fer Peripantaire; A Fistulous Opening in the Temporal Region of a Colt’s Ear, Arising from a Misplaced Molar Tooth; Some Observations on the Early History of Variola Ovina;…

‘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 40 Issue 10 – October 1867

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Mr. Collin’s Principles of Shoeing; The Position Assumed by the Fore-Feet of the Horse; Mr Collin’s Principles of Shoeing; Fracture of the Os Corionae of a Hunter; On Difficult Parturition in the Cow;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 40 Issue 11 – November 1867

Articles include: Opening of the Session at the Royal Veterinary College. – Introductory Lecture by Professor Tuson; Remarks on the Continental Veterinary Schools of Switzerland and Italy; Disease of the Frontal Maxillary Sinuses Inducing Dyspnoea; Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Proposed New College; Inversion of the Uterus and Fracture of the Ilium in a Bitch;…