Smith writes about various subjects including: Bracy Clark’s table of dentition; Youatt; Bullock’s health problems; Smith’s time working in the War Office; writing the preface to his books; the publishers Bailliere, Tindall & Cox; local secretaries of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Smith writes about various subjects including: proofreading and editing; Smith acknowledging in the preface of his book, the work done by Janet Bullock; Smith writing an autobiography; correspondence with Roberts, Wolsely and Galton; Smith’s laboratory at the Army Veterinary School, Aldershot; studying physiology.
Smith writes about various subjects including: Bullock consulting a doctor in Dundee; Janet Bullock editing Smith’s work; Smith writing an autobiography; George Fleming; the veterinary profession; Gabriel Colin’s memoir, photograph and autograph; Lawes and Gilbert…
Smith writes about various subjects including: Lawes and Gilbert and Rothamsted Experimental Station; veterinary examinations; Frederick Hobday; Dr Whyte; Kodak cameras and developing photographs; indexing Smith’s books; Smith writing an autobiography.
Smith writes about various subjects including: indexing his books; the publishers Bailliere, Tindall and Cox; rewriting chapters from Smith’s ‘Veterinary Physiology’ including the chapters on the foot, breeding, generation and development; the Cambridge ‘Physiology of Farm Animals’; Henry Gray; the ‘Veterinary Review’; veterinary examinations; intelligence tests; veterinary students in the United States of America; veterinary byelaws…
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