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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 1 – January 1853

Articles include: Fracture of the Pelvis, Fracture of the Second Cervical Vertebra, Sacculous Dilatation of the Oesophagus, A Remedy for Colic, Review. Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the Royal Society fort the Preservation of Cruelty to Animals. 1852,
Foreign Department. The Horse in Asia and Africa …

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 2 – February 1853

Articles include: Aloes and Gentian; District Veterinary Surgeons; A Few Observations on Administering Narcotics to Horses; The New Horse; Memoranda of Shoeing; Disease of the Penis; Veterinary Jurisprudence; Foreign Department. A New Memoir on Pleuro-Pneumonia ;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 3 – March 1853

Articles include: Diseases of Horses Endemic to India; Agricultural and Veterinary Science; Speed, or Black Leg; Shoeing of Cavalry Horses; Major’s British Remedy; Shrewsbury Great Annual Horse Fair, 1853 (Caution); Reviews. A Treatise on Farriery; Comprising the Art of Shoeing Horses and Other Domestic Animals, in Relation to Defects of Aplomb, Malformations and Diseases of the Foot;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 4 – April 1853

Articles include: Farcy in a Cow; Tubercular Abscess in a Stirk (or Steer); Occasional Ill-Consequences of the Operation of Bloodletting; On the Internal Use of the Acetate of Lead; Compound Fracture of the Jaw; On the Nature and Treatment of Distemper; Glanders or Not?; Wound in the Abdomen: Removal of Omentum…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 5 – May 1853

Articles Include: Major’s “British Remedy”; British Remedy; Rupture of the Stomach; Rupture of the Diaphragm and Stomach with Thoracic Hernia; Major’s British Remedy; Reviews. A Treatise on Farriery; Comprising the Art of Shoeing Horses and Other Domestic Animals, in Relation to Defects of Aplomb, Malformations, and Diseases of the Foot…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 6 – June 1853

Articles include: Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; Cramps of the Flexor Muscles of the Head and Neck; Phlebitis; Tumours in the Ventricles of the Brain; Tumours in the Lateral Ventricles of the Brain; Hydrophobia in Sheep; Epidemiological Society;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 7 – July 1853

Articles include: Action of Medicines – Gentian with Aloes – and Tatar Emetic; Action of Potassio-Tartrate of Antimony; What is Spavin; Major’s British Remedy; Rupture of the Diaphragm, with Thoracic Hernia; Upon the Treatment of Open Joint; Inversion and Rupture of the Uterus;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 8 – August 1853

Articles include: On Bursautee, A Disease of the Horses of India; Cases of Suppressed Strangles, ETC; Gentian and Aloes; Pseudo-Veterinary Surgeons; Royal Veterinary College; Remarks on the Editor’s Comments on “Smart v. Maunder”; Prolapsus Ani Cured by Excision;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 9 – September 1853

Articles include: On the Manufacture of Horse-Shoes; Disease of the Ureter and Bladder; Probable Fracture of the Ileum; Gastro-Enteritis; General Disease in Mare; Veterinary Jurisprudence. Horse Warranty. – Extraordinary Case; Veterinary Jurisprudence. Downpatrick Assizes, Saturday, July 23. Magennis v. Hunter;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 26 Issue 10 – October 1853

Articles include: ; On the Conformation of Horses with Reference to their feet, and to Shoeing; Frightful Wound Inflicted by a Horse, of the 13th Light Dragoon, on his Own Body, On the Occasion of the Late Encampment on Chobham Common; Prolapsus Ani; Ulcerated Intestine; Disease of the Rectum; Belladonna in Tetanus;…