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" Hence, stabling has introduced a disease that falls very rarely, perhaps not at all, upon the untamed portion of the species. I allude to glanders. This disease has never been seen among wild horses, and it is hardly known where the European mode of stabling... "
The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses ... With Notes ... - Page 52
by John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - 1861
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The Horse: With a Treatise of Draught and a Copious Index

William Youatt - Horses - 1831 - 472 pages
...cause. " In the expedition to Quiberon, the horses had not been long on board the transports, before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways (we...of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and that all the rest were disembarked either glandered or farcied*." In a close stable, the air is not...
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Clinical lectures on venereal diseases

Richard Carmichael, Frank Branson Petrie - Medical - 1842 - 219 pages
...long on board the transports, before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways for a short time only. The consequence of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and all the rest were either glandered or farcied." This dreadful malady, of which we have had several instances in this...
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The modern dairy and cowkeeper

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1850
...long on board the transports, before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways, for, we believe, a few hours only ; the consequence of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and that all the rest were disembarked, either glandered or farcied. We have then abundant evidence of...
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The Advocate of Veterinary Reform and Outlines of Anatomy and Physiology of ...

George H. Dadd - Horses - 1850 - 307 pages
...had not been long on board the transports, before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways : the consequence of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and that all the rest were disembarked either glandered or farcied." In a close stable, the air is not...
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Stable Economy: A Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation to ...

John Stewart - 1851 - 378 pages
...and the quantity of air, is greater than it is ever known to be among wild horses. Hence, stablinig has introduced a disease that falls very rarely, perhaps...occasion of a quicker development of the disease.] Stables are never so perfectly close as to suffocate the horses, and they are very rarely so close...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart - Horses - 1855 - 378 pages
...The contamination of the air may be the last and most potent resource. But though rarely, or it maybe never, occurring in the wilderness, the event is frequent...occasion of a quicker development of the disease.] Stables are never so perfectly close as to suffocate the horses, and they are very rarely so close...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart - Horses - 1856 - 378 pages
...in relation to the small quantity of air by which they are surrounded, the number is excessive. Trie difference between the number of the horses and the...occasion of a quicker development of the disease.] Stables are never so perfectly close as to suffocate the horses, and they are very rarely so close...
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The Modern Horse Doctor: Containing Practical Observations on the Causes ...

George H. Dadd - Horses - 1856 - 432 pages
...horses had not been long on board the transports before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways ; the consequence of this was, that some of them were...rest were disembarked either glandered or farcied." In a close stable the air is not only vitiated by successive respiration, but there are other and more...
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Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies ...

William Youatt, William Charles Spooner - Horses - 1857 - 483 pages
...long on board the transports before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways for a few hours ; the consequence of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and that all the rest were disembarked either glandered or farcied." The injurious gasses arising from...
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The family manual and servants' guide. New (9th) ed

Family manual - 1859
...: " In the expedition to Quiberon, the horses had not been long on board the transports, before it became necessary to shut down the hatchways (we...of this was, that some of them were suffocated, and that all the rest were disembarked either glandered or farcied." In a close stable, the air is not...
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