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‘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 42 Issue 8 – August 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Retention of Urine Associated with Calculi in the Bladder of a Bitch; Case of Polypus in a Mare;The Treatment of Laminitis; The Veterinary Profession and Education; The Fracture of the Ischium of a Horse; The Principles of Botany; The Position of Army Veterinary Surgeons;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 10 – October 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Observations on Strychnia; Periplantar Shoeing; The Principles of Botany; Practical Veterinary Science; Fracture of the Os Metacarpi Magnum of a Horse; Reunion; A Singular Case of “Weed” in a Mare; The Status of the Veterinary Profession; Pathology of Broken Wind in Horses; Treatment of Laminitis; Qualified and Unqualified Practitioners; Laminitis; An Urinary Calculus and it Expulsion…

39 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 27 Nov 1921

Smith writes regarding a petition from the Senate of London University challenging the monopoly held by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons on granting licence to veterinary surgeons. He also mentions issues with unregistered practioners and application of an amendment to the RCVS Charter. Smith compares the situation of the RCVS to the General Medical Council,…

40 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 27 Nov 1921

Smith writes about various subjects including: issues with unregistered veterinary practioners; Sir Clifford Allbutt and Donald MacAlister; Adami from the University of Liverpool, and relationships with the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons;…