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INDEX TO ILLUSTRATIONS IN VOLUME XXVI. --0-- The Early History of Veterinary Literature and its British Development- PAGE Fig. I. Carving from the Temple of Beni-Hassan 5 Fig. 2. Title Page of the First Edition of Vegetius 21 Fig. 3. Title Page of the First Printed Edition of the Hippiafrika . 120 Fig. 4. Part of the First Page of the Medict'nale Anglicum or Leech Book. Tenth Century following 194 Fig. 5. The Herb Artemisia (Mugwort), from The Herbarium. Eleventh Century . following J94 Fig. 6. The Goat, from The Medict'ne 0/ Quadrupeds. Eleventh Century . . following 194 Fig. 7. Portion of the First Manuscript of the Veterinary Renaissance by Jordanus Ruffus. MS. Harleian 3535 (Thirteenth Century) following 194 .Fig. 8. Title Page of the Hippiafria or Marescalt"a 291 Fig. 9. First Page of the Boke 0/ Marchalst'. MS. Harleian (Fifteenth Century) . . facing 305 Two Cases of Spontaneous Tuberculosis in the Rabbit caused by the Avian Tubercle Bacillus-=" Fig. I. 38 Fig. 2. 39 Fig. 3. 40 Fig. 4. 41 The Psoroptes Communis Ovis : Some Observations on Ova and Ovipositing- Fig. I. 46 Fig. 2. 47 Fig. 3 .... 48 An Abscess in the Ventricular Septum of a Cow's Heart 5 I Anaplasrns or Jolly Bodies?- Fig. I. Blood, VUlpine Opossum 99 Fig. 2. Blood, Mongoose Lemur 101 Fig. 3. Blood, Ring-Tailed Lemur 103 Fig. 4. Blood, Mouse Deer 105 Fig. 5. Blood, Capuchin Monkey 10 7 Fig. 6. Smear from Bone Marrow, Orang-Utang 109 Aspergillosis in the Sudan Ostrich- Fig. I. Bronchiole showing Aspergillary "Plaques" I7 I Fig. 2. Section of a "Plaque" showing Filaments and Conidia 172 Fig. 3. Section showing Conidiophore, Filaments, and Conidia 173

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INDEX TO ILLUSTRATIONS IN VOLUME XXVI.

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The Early History of Veterinary Literature and its British Development-

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Fig. I. Carving from the Temple of Beni-Hassan 5 Fig. 2. Title Page of the First Edition of Vegetius 21

Fig. 3. Title Page of the First Printed Edition of the Hippiafrika . 120

Fig. 4. Part of the First Page of the Medict'nale Anglicum or Leech Book. Tenth Century following 194

Fig. 5. The Herb Artemisia (Mugwort), from The Herbarium. Eleventh Century . following J94

Fig. 6. The Goat, from The Medict'ne 0/ Quadrupeds. Eleventh Century . . following 194

Fig. 7. Portion of the First Manuscript of the Veterinary Renaissance by Jordanus Ruffus. MS. Harleian 3535 (Thirteenth Century) following 194

.Fig. 8. Title Page of the Hippiafria or Marescalt"a 291

Fig. 9. First Page of the Boke 0/ Marchalst'. MS. Harleian (Fifteenth Century) . . facing 305

Two Cases of Spontaneous Tuberculosis in the Rabbit caused by the Avian Tubercle Bacillus-="

Fig. I. 38 Fig. 2. 39 Fig. 3. 40

Fig. 4. 41 The Psoroptes Communis Ovis : Some Observations on Ova and

Ovipositing-Fig. I. 46 Fig. 2. 47 Fig. 3.... 48

An Abscess in the Ventricular Septum of a Cow's Heart 5 I Anaplasrns or Jolly Bodies?-

Fig. I. Blood, VUlpine Opossum 99 Fig. 2. Blood, Mongoose Lemur 101

Fig. 3. Blood, Ring-Tailed Lemur 103

Fig. 4. Blood, Mouse Deer 105

Fig. 5. Blood, Capuchin Monkey 107 Fig. 6. Smear from Bone Marrow, Orang-Utang 109

Aspergillosis in the Sudan Ostrich-Fig. I. Bronchiole showing Aspergillary "Plaques" • I7 I Fig. 2. Section of a "Plaque" showing Filaments and Conidia 172

Fig. 3. Section showing Conidiophore, Filaments, and Conidia 173

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Glanders in Man-Radiograph of Hand 228 Photograph of the Author (and Patient) 235

Periodontal Disease in the Horse-Fig. I. 24I Fig. 2. 243 Fig. 3. . :0145

Pulmonary Mycosis in the Ostrich 255 Aneurism in a Himalayan Bear , . , 258 Vaccination of Cattle against T uberculosis by the Intravenous In-

jection of Tubercle Bacilli of the Human and Avian Types-Fig. I. Photograph showing Character of the Swelling which

Forms at the Seat of Inoculation with Bovine Tubercle Bacilli in a Calf Vaccinated with Avian Bacilli . 333

Fig. 2. Photograph showing the same in a Calf Vaccinat,ed with Human Bacilli 334

Fig, -3. Photograph showing the same in an UnvacCinated Calf. 335