Articles include: Mr Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures, Lecture XXIV; A Case of Strangulation of the Small Intestines; On Choking in Horses and Cattle; On Cows not Cleansing; A Case of Nephritis; Cases of Spasmodic Action of the Diaphragm;…
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About Lorna Cahill
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Lorna Cahill contributed a whooping 111 entries.
Entries by Lorna Cahill
Inflammation of the Lungs; Pneumonia, or Pneumonitis
The Cholera Unmasked; or its true name, nature, and causes pointed out; also a more consistent and successful mode of treating it.
Review of William Youatt’s publication called ‘The Horse
Artworks include: Megrims, out for a pleasant drive’; Phrenitis’; Sleepy Staggers’; Mad Staggers’; Head of a Horse with Hydrophobia’ and ‘The Last Stage of Hydrophobia’; Showing how far an animal with the disease [tetanus] is capable of motion’; …
Artworks include: Shyers’; Simple Opthalmia’; Simple Opthalmia – an eye showing the lasting marks of the lash’; Specific Opthalmia’; Specific Opthalmia- ‘the upper lid inverted in Specific Opthalmia’; …
Artworks include: ‘The chief art in riding is to…’; ‘Excoriated angles of the mouth’; ‘The Angle of the Mouth…’; ‘A Parrot Mouth’; ‘Burning for Lampas’; ‘Mouth injured by rider pulling…’; ‘Mouth injured by the bit’.
This series contains original watercolours that were used to create woodcut engravings for publication in the chapter ‘The Mouth.- I’s Accidents and its Diseases’ of the 1860 Mayhew publication ‘The Illustrated Horse Doctor’…
Artworks include: ‘Bearing Rein and No Bearing Rein’; ‘A Horse having a sore throat drinking the water returning it by the nostril’; ‘Cough’; ‘An Eight Tailed Bandage’; ‘A contrast displaying the alteration in the position of the head induced by the bearing rein’;…
Original watercolour painting. This painting was used to produce a woodcut engraving for print in Mayhew’s ‘The Illustrated Horse Management’ (1964), page 1 …
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