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While the average physician does not consider himself called on to study veterinary medicine, yet most country practitioners, and not a few city ones, will find some knowledge of the diseases of domestic animals of value to them in their practice. The present volume describes the leading disorders of most of the useful domestic animals, not only their symptoms, but their pathology, bacteriology, etc., and the volume forms a really valuable elementary treatise on the subject. When we consider the amount of money that is invested in animals and their usefulness, the part they play in the economy of our country, and especially the rural communities, the utility of such a book as this—lacking fuller treatises—to the physician can not but be manifest. As to its merits, the author, Dr. Moore, has long been known as one of the leading veterinarians of this country, and the fact that Professor Salmon,
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