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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 8 – August 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. African Cattle and their Parasites; On Trichinosis and Measles in Swine; Notes on the Influence of Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude on Health and Disease in Man and the Lower Animals; The Abyssinian Campaign; The Principles of Botany;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 10 – October 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Microscope in Veterinary Medicine; The Question of the Day: What Kinf of Education will Produce the Most Efficient Veterinary Surgeons?; The Principles of Botany
A Case of Bronchitis, or Gangrenous Inflammation of the Lungs, Complicated with Hepatitis; Successful Treatment of Acute Rheumatism, with Large Doses of Alkaline Medicine; Hydrocyanic Acid Tetanus;…

“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 6 Issue 22 – January 1888

Articles include: A Veterinary Glimpse at the Last Burma War; Dietetics. The Preparation of Coolti for Horse’ Feed; Veterinary Education. The New Scheme for Veterinary Certificates and Diplomas in Madras; Veterinary Surgery and Medicine. Vomition; Its Relation to Ruptured Stomach;…

1 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 4 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: a sudden change in destination of the ship to Durban; impending battle at Ladysmith;…

2 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 18 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith gives an account of the Battle of Colenso, which took place on 16th December 1899…

3 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 24 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith gives an account of his experience of events leading up the Battle of Colenso,…

4 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 30 Dec 1899

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: the Boer forces fortifying themselves;…

5 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 7-9 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: Smith expecting to move camp soon; hearing gunfire at Ladysmith;…

7 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 19 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: marching at night from camp at Spearman Hill; advancing on the enemy…

9 – Letter to Mary Ann Smith from Frederick Smith, 24 Jan 1900

This letter has several sections redacted in black ink, which are assumed to be on personal subjects and not related to Smith’s work in South Africa. In this letter, Smith writes on the following subjects: 24 Jan – Smith hearing that the night raid by the British was successful,..