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    " Early history of veterinary literature and its British development {245}" search found 4 titles.
    • Search Result #1. The early history of veterinary literature and its British development by Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir

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      The early history of veterinary literature and its British development
      Author
      Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir
      Call number
      XD
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      Edition
      Pub date
      1933
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      3 copies available
    • Search Result #2. The early history of veterinary literature and its British development by Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir

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    • Title
      The early history of veterinary literature and its British development
      Author
      Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir
      Call number
      XD
      Publisher
      Edition
      Pub date
      1930
      Holdings
      3 copies available
    • Search Result #3. The early history of veterinary literature and its British development by Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir

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    • Title
      The early history of veterinary literature and its British development
      Author
      Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir
      Call number
      XD
      Publisher
      Edition
      Pub date
      1924
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      3 copies available
    • Search Result #4. The early history of veterinary literature and its British development by Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir

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    • Title
      The early history of veterinary literature and its British development
      Author
      Smith Frederick Major-General, Sir
      Call number
      XD
      Publisher
      Edition
      Pub date
      1919
      Holdings
      2 copies available

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