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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 33 Issue 10 – October 1860

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Peculiar and Unsual Disease of the Osseous Tissue in the Horse; Resembling in many of its Characteristics Mollities Ossium, Rhachitis, Osteoporosis, and Fatty Degeneration of Bone; Fig I; Fig II; Fig III; Fig IV; On Therapeutics;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 9 – September 1862

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. The Prescence of Morphia Prevents the Development of the Colour-Tests of Strychnia; On Eczema in the Horse; Remarks by Assistant-Professor Varnell; …

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 35 Issue 11 – November 1862

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session at the Royal Veterinary College. Inaugural Address by Professor Simonds; A Case of Tumour in the Brain of a Horse; Examination of Veterinary Practitioners;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 9 – September 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Observations on Castration by Torsion; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Treatment of Open Joint by Metallic Suture; Laminitis and Navicular Disease; Farriers’ Strike, or Veterinary Medical Association on its Trial;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 37 Issue 12 – December 1864

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Case of Unusual Disease of the Lungs and Chief Arterial Trunks; Lamintis and Navicular Disease. – Reply to Mr. Williams; Observations on “Soundness”; Parturient Apoplexy in the Cow Terminating in Paralysis of One the Hinder Extremities; Case of Extensive Melanotic Deposits;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 1 – January 1865

Articles include: Two Cases of Fracture of the Pelvic Bones of the Horse; Report on the Poisoning of Some Cows by Lead, Comunicated to Mr. Owen Crowhurst, of Hellingley, Sussex; Observations on “Soundness”; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; On Milk Fever in Cows; Severe Attacks of Influenza; Case of Roaring in a Foal Three Weeks Old; A Few Words Concerning the Horse; The Administration of Medicine to Cows Suffering from Parturient Apoplexy;..

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 2 – February 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Cases of Disease of the Blood-Vessels of the Horse; Influenza Among the Horses in the Metropolis; The Administration of Medicine to Cows the Subjects of Parturient Apoplexy; A Singular Accumulation of Fat in a Four-Year-Old Ox of the Short Horned Breed…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 4 – April 1865

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Toxicological Notes
Lead Poisoning in Cattle from Taking the Splashes of Spent Rifle Bullets; Symptoms of “Carbon”; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Laminitis Produced by Eating Oats;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 6 – June 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Impaction of a Calculus in the Urethra of an Ox, Leading to a Rupture of the Bladder; Poisoning of Cattle by the Waste of Some Green Flock-Paper; Abnomal Development of the Right Lung of a Lamb; Sucessful Case of Rumenotomy; Three Cases of Coenurus Cerebralsis in Calves. – Two Successfully Operated Upon; Acephalocyst Located in the Septum Auriculorum of the Heart of a Cow…