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1 – “The Brain and Nervous System. Their Accidents and their diseases.”

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’; …

2 – “The Eyes.- Their Accidents and Their Diseases”

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’; …

11 – “Specific Diseases.- Their Varieties and their Treatment”

Artworks include: “Paroxysm of broken wind”; “Listening to the trachea of a horse”; “A spleen taken from a horse”; “Melanosis”; “the colours liable to melanosis”; “Water Farcy’ ‘a carters suprise”; “Purpura Haemorragica”;…

8 – ‘The so-called “incapacitating vices,” which are the results of injury or of disease’

‘…when accompanying a gig on horseback never ride close behind the vehicle’. Original watercolour painting. The painting was used to produce a woodcut engraving for print in Mayhew’s ‘The Illustrated Horse Management’ (1864)…

13 – ‘Breeding.- Its inconistencies and its disappointments’

Original watercolour painting of an adult and young horse outside. The painting was used to produce a woodcut engraving for print in Mayhew’s ‘The Illustrated Horse Management’ (1864), page 481…

‘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 46 Issue 8 – August 1873

Articles include: Pleuro-Pneumonia; its Importance in Our Australian Colonies, Remarkable Accumulation of Sabulous Matter in the Bladder of a Pig, Bursatie, The Principles of Botany, Novel Cure for Red Water…