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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 7 – July 1865

Articles Include: Communications and Cases. Disease of the Brain and Cranial Bones Produced by a Cancerous Tumour; Tumours in the Ventricle of the Brain of the Horse, Complicated with Oedema of the Head and Tongue;
Toxicological Notes. Communicated by Professor Tuson; The Exclusive Right of the Members of the Body Corporate to the Name and Title of ” Veterinary Surgeons”; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 8 – August 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Few Thoughts on Influenza in Horses; Endocarditis in a Cow; Case of Fractured Jaw of a Horse; What is Homeopathy?; Is it a Fallacy to Feed Cattle and Sheep on Malt?; Action of Phodophyllum on the Horse, Cow, and Dog;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 38 Issue 9 – September 1865

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Cattle Plague; A Few Thoughts on Influenza in Horses; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science;
Observations on “Soundness”; Secondary Abscess in the Lungs; Accompanying Caries of Bone; Facts and Observations. The Late Donkey Show;…

‘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 6 – June 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Cattle Plague – Outbreak of the Disease in Ireland; Observations on Superfoetation; The Cattle Plague, Typhus Contagieux of the French, Rinderpest of the Germans, Ischuma of the Russians; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Observations on “Soundness”;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 39 Issue 11 – November 1866

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Opening of the Session 1866-67 at the Royal Veterinary College. Introductory Address by Professor Simonds; Remarks on Some of the Diseases Affecting the Facial Region of the Horse’s Head; Observation on the Cattle Plague in Ireland and the Cattle Disease in the Isle of Man; Observations on “Soundness”; Hepatic Disease in the Horse; Remarks on the Nerve Operation;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 7 – July 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Microscope in Veterinary Medicine; The Principles of Botany; The Veterinary Bill and College Education; Punctured Abdomen, Necessitating Removal of the Omentum; Pathological Contributions. Adhesion of the Heart to the Pericardium; Cancerous Deposit Associated with Melanosis in a Sheep;Fatality of Pleuro-Pneumonia;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 42 Issue 6 – June 1869

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Laminitis and its Treatment; Fistulous Openings between the Uterus and Intestines in a Cow; Abscess in the Kidney of a Cow;…
Oesophagotomy
The Principles of Botany
Education and Examination of Veterinary Students
Pathological Contributions. Pleuro-Pneumonia

‘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…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 43 Issue 1 – January 1870

Articles include: Fig. 22 – Injected vessels of the lower end of one of the lamine; Purgatives in Peritonitis; Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot; The Cattle Murrain of India; The Principles of Botany; Case of Extrusion of the Bladder in a Mare During Parturition; Parturient Apoplexy in a Sow…