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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 59 Issue 10 – October 1886

Articles include: Dermatitis Contagiosa Pustulosa, Stomatitis Pustulosa Contagiosa of the Horse, Invagination of the Caecum in the Great Colon, Notes of Three Cases:- 1. Tapeworm in the Cow 2. Rabies in the Cow 3. Hereditary Actinomycosis, Gangrene of the Lungs (Horse)…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 59 Issue 11 – November 1886

Articles include: Royal Veterinary College: Opening of the Session October 1st 1886, Introductory Address by Professor Robertson, Notes of Two Lectures on Poisoning of Horses by Lathyrus Sativus, Why Not Join the National Veterinary Benevolent Society?, Early Experiments with Horse Bots, Aortic Valve Disease…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 59 Issue 12 – December 1886

Articles include: Royal (Dick) Veterinary College: Opening of the Winter Session – Introductory Address by Professor Walley, Glasgow Veterinary College: Opening of Session – Introductory Address by Professor Limont, Early Experiments With Horse Bots, Parasites in Normal Blood, Chronic Enteritis in Horses…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 1 – January 1887

Articles include: The New Veterinary College Edinburgh, Opening of Session – Introductory Address by Dr. Hunter, Vesicul Calculus; its Origin, Development, and Treatment, Early Experiments with Horse Bots, Recent Outbreak of Splenic Apoplexy in Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.A., Contribution on the Pathology of Infectious Swellings…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 2 – February 1887

Articles include: Vesical Calculus; its Origin, Development, and Treatment, Comments on the Remarks Made by Mr. Greaves at the Meeting of the Liverpool Veterinary Medical Association, Umbilical and Ventral Entero-Epiplocele with a Report of Three Cases Successfully Treated, Chiber, Pemphigus (Burke) “Mauke”, Kamri or Paraplegia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 3 – March 1887

Articles include: The Contagium of Pleuro-Pneumonia, Note on Kumri, Thoughts on Provincial Veterinary Medical Associations, A Case of Extensive Rupture of the Oesophagus, A Case of Tubercular Degeneration of the Placenta…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 4 – April 1887

Articles include: Vesical Calculus; its Origin, Development, and Treatment, Communication from Professor Walley, Recent Riots in Edinburgh, Pleuro-Pneumonia, Swine Fever…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 5 – May 1887

Articles include: Vesical Calculus; its Origin, Development, and Treatment, Communication Relative to the Late Disturbances from Professor Walley, Observations on the Lengthened Period of Study; the Rejection of them to their Studies, “Surra,” or Progressive Pernicious Anaemia of the Horse, The Evolution Hypothesis Considered Generally and Specially in Regard to its Bearings on Pathology…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 6 – June 1887

Articles include: Microscopes for the Veterinary Surgeon, Flukes in the Lungs of Cattle, The Evolution Hypothesis Considered Generally and Specially in Regard to its Bearings on Pathology, Pharmacy and Therapeutics: Extractum Cannabis Indicae, Pleuro-Pneumonia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 60 Issue 7 – July 1887

Articles include: “Surra,” or Progressive Pernicious Anaemia, The Evolution Hypothesis Considered Generally and Specially in Regard to its Bearings on Pathology, An Improved Form of Ecraseur, Pharmacy and Therapeutics: Oleates and Oleo-Palmitates, Editorial Observations: The Veterinary Profession and Public Health…