When you cheat him you are like a man who steals his house-water from a horse-trough, and you deserve to get glanders for it.
He insisted that I had typhoid fever, and glanders, and cholera.
One day, however, a Bonde washed a horse that had the glanders at the spring, when it at once dried up.
Gives a long and designedly loathsome account of glanders and farcy.
The swollen leg in glanders almost invariably swells for the entire length in a single night or within a very short period.
He planted his grain by the phases of the moon; kept his cows outside in winter; and was unaware that glanders was contagious.
If the horse has glanders there results a febrile reaction and a swelling at the point of injection.
In 1894 the Comptroller was given power to appoint appraisers in cases of tuberculosis and glanders.
The best illustration is the testicular reaction of young male guinea-pigs to intraperitoneal injections of glanders bacilli.
The ulcer that is characteristic of glanders is described fully in connection with the discussion of that disease.