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Year: 1868

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 1 – January 1868

Articles Include: Veterinary Medical Association Conversazione; Popular Errors Connected with Veterinary Medicine, Observations on “Soundness”;The Veterinary Charter; Communication from Mr. A. Owles, V.S., Sixth Dragoons, to Mr Garratt; Reply to M.R.C.V.S;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 2 – February 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Trichiniasis in an English Pig; The Thermometer in Veterinary Medicine; Observations on “Soundness”; Mr. Garratt’s Rejoinder to Mr. Owles; Purpura Haemorrhagica in the Horse; Retention of a Foetus;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 3 – March 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Transit of Diseased Animals; Observations on “Soundness”; Observations on Causes of Roaring; Reply to a Letter by Mr T. Greaves. On the Proposed Scotch Charter; Mr. Owles in Further Reply to Mr Garratt…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 4 – April 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Proposed Veterinary Charter for Scotland; Case of Traumatic Tetanus, Successfully Treated by Aconite and Hydrocyanic Acid; On Tetanus; On Broken Wind;Traumatic Tetanus; On Veterinary Education; A Case of Endocarditis in the Horse;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 5 – May 1868

Articles include: Death of Professor Morton; Communications and Cases. Notes of Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude on Health and Disease; Observations on Strychnia
Remarks on Fractures;…
Facts and Observations. The Artificial Production of Tuberculosis Disease

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 41 Issue 6 – June 1868

Articles include: The Microscope in Veterinary Medicine; An Unusual Case of Pericarditis; Notes on the Influence of Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude on Health and Disease in Man; Eczema Epizootica; Anaemia in Sheep from Entozoa; Facts and Observations. Preservation of Meat by Means of Ether;…

‘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 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 9 – September 1868

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On the Transference of Mange Mites from Individual Animals of One Family to those of Another, and the Subsequent Development of Cutaneous Disease; Fibrous Clot in the Brain of a Horse; The Question of the Day: What Kind of Education will Produce the Most Efficient Veterinary Surgeons; The Principles of Botany; Lusus Naturae Leading to Difficult Parturition in Cows; The Assumption of the Title of Veterinary Surgeon; Visit to Dr. Harvey’s Tomb;…

‘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;…