The Veterinarian: A Monthly Journal of Veterinary Science, Volumen26

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Página 73 - Cecil's Stable Practice ; or, Hints on Training for the Turf, the Chase, and the Road...
Página 431 - England under the name of the " new disease," by the virulence of which thousands of cattle are carried off annually, and against which all medical aid has up to this period proved insufficient to check its infectious ravages, I have not lost sight of this important question, and the various improvements which longer experience has introduced into this new system ; and I consider that I should be failing in my duty if I did not call your Lordship's attention to a report which has been forwarded to...
Página 260 - It is accompanied with such an inward satisfaction, that the duty is sufficiently rewarded by the performance. It is not like the practice of many other virtues, difficult and painful, but attended with so much pleasure, that were there no positive command which enjoined it, nor any recompense laid up for it hereafter, a generous mind would indulge in it, for the natural gratification that accompanies it.
Página 260 - THERE is not a more pleasing exercise of the mind, than gratitude. It is accompanied with so great inward satisfaction, that the duty is sufficiently rewarded by the performance. It is not like the practice of many other virtues, difficult and painful, but attended with so much pleasure, that were there no positive command which enjoined it, nor any recompense laid up for it hereafter...
Página 505 - ... stallions, into the pasture grounds. It is constantly observed that these horses become the sires of a race to which the ambling pace is natural and requires no teaching.
Página 325 - ... other parts of the East, and may be attributed as much to dirt and neglect as to any other cause. The Bedouins are acquainted with few medicines. The Desert yields some valuable simples, which are, however, rarely used. Dr. Sandwith hearing from Suttum that the Arabs had no opiates, asked what they did with one who could not sleep. " Do !" answered the Sheikh, " why, we make use of him, and set him to watch the camels.
Página 38 - It happened that an artillery-man, who was seated on the limber of one of the guns, by some accident fell off, in such a situation that, in a second or two, the hind wheel must have gone over him. The elephant, which was stationed behind the gun, perceiving the predicament in which the man was, instantly, without any warning from its...
Página 168 - To guard against a recurrence of this accident, we would suggest that where the demand is small, it would be better not to keep the ointment ready, but to mix it when wanted.
Página 518 - As the horse shied whenever the bear came near him, there was some difficulty in getting him mounted ; but at last his master managed to pull him up by the chain, while the horse was held quiet. Tig at first took up his position in front, but soon walked round and stood up on his hind legs, resting his fore paws on his master's shoulders. To him this was exceedingly pleasant, but not so to the horse, who, not being accustomed to carry two, and feeling Tig's claws, kicked and plunged to rid himself...
Página 506 - ... causes as modify the production of non-hereditary diseases. 5. They are, however, most certainly and speedily developed in circumstances inimical to general good health, and often occur at certain so called critical periods of life, when unusual demands on the vital powers take place.

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