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Vegetius, – “Artis veterinariae, sive Mulomedicinae libri quatuor, iam primum typis in lucem aedii. Opus sane in rebus medicis minime aspernandum” (1528)

Contents Include: Artis veterinariae, sive Mulomedicinae libri quatuor, iam primum typis in lucem aedii.Opus sane in rebus medicis minime aspernandum; Illustrissimo Principi Ferdinando Regi Hungaria, Bohemiae &c [Illustrious Prince, King Ferdinand of Hungary, Bohemia etc.]; Epistola Dedicatoria. Serenissimo Ac Ilustrissimo Principi D. Ferdinando, Regi Hugariae, Bohemiae, Archiduci Austriae, Duci Burgandiae, &c. Domino…
Epistola Dedicatoria [Letter Dedication];…

Vegetius Renatus, – “Of the Distemper of Horses, and of the Art of Curing them: as also of the Diseases of Oxen, and of the Remedies proper for them; and of the best Method to preserve them in Health, and restore them when sick, and to prevent the Spreading and Communication of Infectious Distempers according to the Practice of ancient Romans. Translated into English by the Author of the Translation of Columella” (1748)

Contents Include: Translator’s Preface; Index of the Chapters. Book First; Index of the Chapters. Book Second; Index of the Chapters. Book Third; Index of the Chapters. Book Fourth; Original Words frequently used in this Translations; The Preface; Book I. Chapter I. Of the Signs whereby the Sickness of Animals may be known…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 44 Issue 4 – April 1871

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Papillary Growths from the Mucous Membrane of the Oesophogus of a Cow, Dermitis Leading to Extensive Desquamation of Cuticle and Hair, Case of Inflammatory Oedema in Both Hind Legs of a Mare, Successful Treatment of Tetanus With Aconite…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 44 Issue 8 – August 1871

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Case of Laryngitis, Monstrosity in a Calf – Peculiar Presentation, A Case of Difficult Parturition in a Mare, Followed by Inflammatory Oedema and Purpura Haemorrhagica, The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 44 Issue 9 – September 1871

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Union of a Fractured Femur in a Colt, Aconite versus Hydrocyanic Acid as Remedies in Tetanus, The Principles of Botany, Amputation of the Uterus of a Ewe…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 44 Issue 10 – October 1871

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Panics Among Horses, Reply of Mr. J.W. Hill, M.R.C.V.S., Wolverhampton, to Mr. Andrew Simpson, The Treatment of Tetanus and its Profitable Discussion, The Principles of Botany…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 45 Issue 3 – March 1872

Articles include: Observations on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse’s Foot, Rabies in the Horse, Report of an Outbreak of Splenic Apoplexy in a Dairy of Milch Cows, Observations on a Few Cases of Porrigo, Accidental Poisoning of Pigs by a Decoction of Digitalis…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 45 Issue 6 – June 1872

Articles include: The Veterinary International Congress at Vienna, Observations on Porrigo or Tinea, Record of a Case of Tetanus, The Principles of Botany, Case of Laceration of Vagina and Rectum of a Mare in the Act of Parturition…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 45 Issue 10 – October 1872

Articles include: Bursatie, Stricture of the Os and Cervix Uteri During Parturition – Observations on Operation by Incision for Same, Inoculation of a Man with the Chronic Nasal Discharge of a Horse, The Principles of Botany, Supposed Poisoning of Pigs by Convolvulus…

2 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Francis Galton, 1 Dec 1897

Galton writes to thank Smith for his help. He suggests amendments to the method of photographing horses for measurement. He asks Smith to send him samples of horse hair, in order to help him create an optical instrument to…