This journal was started by John Gamgee (1831-1894), with assistance from his father Joseph Gamgee (1801-1895), shortly after setting up his own veterinary school in Edinburgh – ‘The New Veterinary College’ – in August 1857. Articles include a particular focus on epizootic disease, the risks from the import of diseased cattle, and statistics of contagious diseases across England and Scotland. The Edinburgh Veterinary Review was published until 1864. When Gamgee’s school moved to London in 1865, under the name ‘The Albert Veterinary College’, it continued briefly as Veterinary Review, lasting for only eleven issues.
https://vethistory.rcvsknowledge.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/featVol1-colour-plate.jpg 2501 1593 Lorna Cahill Bannister https://rcvsvethistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/Vet_History_logo_RGB_crop.png Lorna Cahill Bannister1858-07-01 10:15:112021-11-22 09:21:42'Edinburgh Veterinary Review and Annals of Comparative Pathology' Vol 1 No 1 July 1858 Original Communications and Cases