By Heather Adamson
This booklet follows a veterinarian throughout the paintings day, and describes the profession and what the task calls for.
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27 The blight then crossed the ocean by a mysterious route, reaching Ireland via Continental Europe and England. The news that Ireland had been hit caused the London Gardener's Chronicle to stop press, but local reports from Ireland were initially reassuring. Reaction in financial and commodity markets was minimal. Indeed the movement of potato prices on the Dublin market in the autumn of 1845 reflects this. Lumpers, which fetched 16d. to 20d. per hundredw('ight (or 50 kilos) in the second week of September, could still be bought fix less than 18d.
Ii) IDEOLOGY AND RELIEF The history of the Irish Famine is also British political history. By mid-October 1845 the potato failure had convinced Ped that only 'the removal of all impediments to the import of all kinds of human 50 food' would remove the threat offamine, and this dramatic revers al of a key Tory policy - the Corn Laws -led to his political downfall eight months later [Gash, 1972, 538]. Other leading politicians of the day, from Whig (or Liberal Party) leader Lord John Russell to Tory protectionist Lord George Bentinck, were less inclined to bend their previous views.
Later generations, then, should not set anaehronistieally high standards for the politieians and bureauerats of the 1840s. But this perspeetive ignores the faet that in Ireland most decent people were shoeked [eompare also Woods, 1987], and clamoured for government to aet. Even that most doetrinaire of poliey-makers, Treasury U nd er Seeretary Charles Trevelyan, was jolted by re ports sueh as those just quoted for a time, and the immediate poliey response was influenced by the publicity given to mass mortality.
A Day in the Life of a Veterinarian by Heather Adamson