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‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 8 Issue 1– January 1835

Articles include: Mr Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures, Lecture XLVI; On Wounds Penetrating Into the Chest of the Horse; On Staggers in Horses; La Lepre Boutonneuse, and Farcy in the Horse, Considered as Identical Diseases;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 8 Issue 3– March 1835

Articles include: Mr . Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures, Lecture XLVI (continued); On Wounds Penetrating into the Chest of the Horse; Extracts from My Case-Book; Successful Treatment of Infiltration and Induration of the Cellular Tissue of the Lower Part of the Legs of Horses;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 8 Issue 7 – July 1835

Articles include:Mr Youatt’s Veterinary Lectures, Lecture XLVIII (continued); Tetanus; Tetanus in a Dog; The Effect of Cantharides in Cases of Farcy; Indigestion, with Tympanitis (Flatulent Colic) in Two Horses, Cured by Puncture of the Caecum;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 9 Issue 7 – July 1836

Articles include: Animal Pathology by Mr Youatt. Lecture VII; The Past and Present State of Veterinary Science. No. II; Puerperal Fever in Cattle, and the Theory of Rumination; Rabies in the Cow; Another Case of Rabies; Fungus Haemotodes in a Pointer;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 9 Issue 8 – August 1836

Articles include: Animal Pathology by Mr Youatt. Lecture VIII; Ruptured Diaphragm and Diseased Stomach from Bots; A Suspicious Case of Sudden Death; A Case of Phlebitis in a Horse; Rupture of the Jugular; Case of Unusual Appearance of the Urine;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 10 Issue 8 – August 1837

Articles include: Animal Pathology by Mr. Youatt. Lecture XIII; A New Method of Treating old Sprains of the Capsular Ligaments of the Shoulder and Hip-Joints; The Administration of Phosphorus in Influenza; Obstruction of the Pyloric Orifice of the Stomach of a Horse by Bots;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 10 Issue 11 – November 1837

Articles include: Animal Pathology by Mr. Youatt. Lecture XVI; Acute Glanders Following the Bite of a Rabid Dog; The Comparative Effect of the Actual Cautery and the Seton; Letters to a Student. – No. III; Past and Present State of Veterinary Science;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 11 Issue 9 – September 1838

Articles include: Animal Pathology. Lecture XXII; Cases of Pressure on the Medulla Spinalis, from Excessive Heat of the Sun; A Case of Emphysema of the Neck, Breast, Chest, &c., In a Horse; The Poisonous Effects of the Flesh of Diseased Cattle, and the Gases Proceeding from their Carcases;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 11 Issue 10 – October 1838

Articles include: On Rabies; On Idiopathic Disease of the Tendons; On Pressure as a Cause of Roaring; A Singular Tumour in the Region of the Partoid Gland; Enteritis, with Ascites of the Abdomen; Removal of a Very Large Scirrhous Tumour from the Scrotum;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 12 Issue 4 – April 1839

Articles include: Hippo-Pathology. Diseases of the Air-Passages; Experiments on Digestion ; The Advantageous Use of Cresotote in Glanders in the Human Subject; Case of Haemorrhage from the Urinary Pasages Cured by the Employment of Crestote and the Sub-Crarbonate of the Peroxide of Iron;…