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Month: March 1914

18 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 3 Mar 1914

Smith writes about various research subjects including: consulting works at the library of the Royal Veterinary College including Berenger, William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle’s ‘A New Method, and Extraordinary…

19 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 5 Mar 1914

Smith writes to thank Bullock for forwarding letters from Reverend E K Long and Mr Quinton regarding Blundeville’s tomb, and date of his death.

20 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 5 Mar 1914

Smith writes to ask Bullock to pass on a message of thanks to Reverend E K Long and Mr Quinton, and mention the publication of the ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’ articles. Smith also asks Bullock to check the…

21 – Partial letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 6 [Mar] 1914

Bullock writes that he has contacted Reverend E K Long and Mr Quinton, and offered to pay the latter for a photograph of Blundeville’s signature. He also mentions that he cannot find Davy’s Suffolk Collection but has…

22 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 8 Mar 1914

Smith writes to thank Bullock for sending a letter to Italy [presumably Lieutenant Colonel Lupinacci]. Smith also mentions the similarity between Blundeville’s and Fiaschi’s figures of horseshoes, and the work of Jasper…

23 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 15 Mar 1914

Smith writes to ask Bullock to help him compose a reply to Lieutenant Colonel Lupinacci regarding dates for F Grisone and Coates. He also asks if any communication has come from Norwich…

24 – Draft letter to Colonel Lupinacci from Frederick Smith, as written by Fred Bullock, [Mar 1914]

This is a draft letter composed to Lieutenant Colonel Lupinacci, by Fred Bullock, on behalf of Frederick Smith. Smith is asking for the dates of F Grisone and Claudio Corte.

25 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 23 Mar 1914

Smith writes to ask Bullock to send a letter to Rome [presumably to Lieutenant Colonel Lupinacci], and to verify a reference to a Barnaby Googe work held in the British Museum. Smith mentions that he has still not heard