6 edition of British veterinary profession, 1791-1948 found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. The British veterinary profession, [Iain Pattison]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pattison, Ian, British veterinary profession, London: J.A. Allen, The Canadian Veterinary Journal = La Revue Veterinaire Canadienne [01 May25(5)].
Book Reviews lain Pattison, The British Veterinary Profession London: J. Allen, Pp. x+ ISBN C In spite of the earlier labours of Frederick Smith, and more recently of Smithcors, Davidson, and others, the subject of health and disease in lower.
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Thomson. William Sewell (–) was the second principal of the London Veterinary College, succeeding Edward Coleman who died in Life.
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Slatter. Saunders, Waltham St, Artarmon Second National Symposium on Sheep. For another 37 years the members co-existed with farriers in providing medical services, but the Veterinary Surgeons Act restricted the practice of animal medicine to qualified vets (BaileyDavies). Cole recommends a history of the profession by Pattison (The British Veterinary Profession J.J.
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The NVMA became the British Veterinary Association (BVA) in See Iain Pattison, The British Veterinary Profession – (London: J. Allen, ), 87–96; Edward Boden, Punching Above Their Weight: the British Veterinary Association, – Cited by: Iain Pattison, The British Veterinary Profession By Margaret Pelling H.F.
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Init is estimated that there werehorses in London alone, the vast majority of them working in harness for passenger transport or goods traffic.
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“Little, if at all, Removed from the Illiterate Farrier or Cow-leech”: The English Veterinary Surgeon, c–, and the Campaign for Veterinary Reform - Volume 54 Issue 1 - Cited by: 7. 86 Pattison, Iain, The British Veterinary Profession, –, London, ; Whorton gives an excellent summary of his book in his ‘Insecticide spray residues and public health: –’, Bulletin of the History of Medicine (), 45, – 94 Riley, Charles by: 7.
Scientific conviction amidst scientific controversy in the transatlantic livestock and meat trade. a frequent writer on behalf of the British veterinary elite I.
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include Iain Pattison’s ‘The British Veterinary Profession ’ (Pattison, ), L.P. Pugh’s ‘From Farriery to Veterinary Medicine’ (Pugh, ), Ernest Cotchin’s ‘The Royal Veterinary College London: A Bicentenary History’ (Cotchin,File Size: 9MB.
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