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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 27 Issue 4 – April 1854

Articles include: A Principle Veterinary Surgeon in India; Some Thoughts Concerning the Accepted Physiology of the Heart; Methods of Shoeing Irregular and Regular Cavalry Horses in India; Roaring; Fatal Case of Prostration or Collapse, Produced by a Shock to the Nervous System from Injury;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 27 Issue 7 – July 1854

Articles include: Homeopathy v. Allopathy; Calculus within the Urethra; Memorabilia; Observations on Breeding; Remarks on the Use of Aconite; Horses Poisoned by Yew; Remarks on Mr. Mayhew’s Letter in Reply to Messrs. Dun, &c;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 28 Issue 3 – March 1855

Articles include: A Case of Cystic Calculus in the Horse. Lithotomy Successfully Performed; A Communication; Case of Uterine Abscess in a Heifer; Amputation of the Womb of a Sow;
Opinions and Experiences of a County Veterinarian. No.2. Urethral and Uretal Calculi;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 28 Issue 4 – April 1855

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Sesamoiditis; or the Seat of Obscure Leg-Lameness of Horses Unmasked; The Gases Contained in the Intestines of the Horse; Case of Mesenteric Hernia Producing; Strangulation of Rectum, and Accompanied with Rupture of the Ileum;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 28 Issue 5 – May 1855

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Arsenious Acid; Memoirs of a Veterinary Surgeon. Thoughts on Laminits; On Urinary Deposits; An Attack of Laminitis Following the Exhibition of Active Purgative Agents; Case of Fracture of the Os Suffraginis;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 28 Issue 6 – June 1855

Articles include: Communications and Cases. The Vacuity of Arteries After Death; “The Proposed Concours for the Election of Veterinary Examiners”; Epithelial Cancer of the Bladder of a Horse; Osseous Tumour of the Anterior Maxillary Bone. – Operation; On the Docking of Horses;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 28 Issue 7 – July 1855

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Series of Questions on the Breeding of Animals; Case of Inflammatory Oedema in a Horse; and a Pedunculated Tumour Attached to the Bladder; Memoirs of a Veterinary Surgeon. Physiological Inquiry into Laminitis; A Case of Colic Followed by Tetanus…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 1 – January 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. A Summary of Replies to a Series of Questions on Breeding of Animals; Practical Remarks on the Use of Clysters in the Horse; A Fatal Case of Laminitis Caused by the Animal’s Violently Kicking Against a Wall in the Stable;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 9 – September 1856

Articles include: Clinical Lecture on Dislocation of the Femur; Communication from G . H . Dadd; Cases of Phrenic Hernia; An Account of Four Horses Poisoned by Arsenious Acid; Sextuple Fracture of the Ossa Innominata of a Horse;…