Smith writes about various research subjects including: writing by L Rusius and Fantuzzi[?]; veterinary authors of the 14th and 15th centuries; the works of Scaccho, Caracciolo[?], General Mennessier de la Lance, and G B Ferraro;…
Smith writes about various subjects including: researching 15th century veterinary authors, and nearing completion of the first part of ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’; translation of Old English text; the health of Dr A S Lea; writing by…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: information about Master John or Giovanni within writing by Ercolani and Moule; information about Facio or Fatio, Agostino Magno, Jehan de Feschel[?], Fantuzzi, Martin of Bologna…
Smith writes about various subjects including: researching in the British Museum, including texts on ‘The Annals of Commerce’. There are notes in Bullock’s handwriting on the reverse of the letter.
Smith writes about various subjects including: biographical information on Henry Prior; St Hildegarde’s Physica; researching 16th century veterinary literature at the British Museum; the work of Ferdinando Calvo; Jondesabur…
Smith writes about various subjects including: life of St Hildegard; work of Fray Bernardo Portugues, Leon Moule and Bracy Clark; seeking information about Henry and Matthew Prior, the Crusades, and Dr Hook, Archbishop of Canterbury. There are notes in Bullock’s handwriting on the reverse…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: works by Leonardo da Vinci, Albert of Constantinople[?], and Konrad Gesner; the identity of Henry and Matthew Prior; work by Edward Edwards[?]; the Cotton Library…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: Cotton Library Galba manuscripts; the writing of Albrecht, and work by Klee. There are notes in Bullock’s handwriting on the reverse.
Bullock writes about various research subjects including: Emperors Frederick; Albrecht; the Cotton Library Galba manuscripts, and catalogues relating to it.
Bullock writes about the results of his research on behalf of Smith including: Edward Edwards’ ‘Memoirs of Libraries’; ancient libraries; Cotton Library Galba manuscripts; writing by Klee about Albrecht
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