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Vegetius Renatus, – “Of the Distemper of Horses, and of the Art of Curing them: as also of the Diseases of Oxen, and of the Remedies proper for them; and of the best Method to preserve them in Health, and restore them when sick, and to prevent the Spreading and Communication of Infectious Distempers according to the Practice of ancient Romans. Translated into English by the Author of the Translation of Columella” (1748)

Contents Include: Translator’s Preface; Index of the Chapters. Book First; Index of the Chapters. Book Second; Index of the Chapters. Book Third; Index of the Chapters. Book Fourth; Original Words frequently used in this Translations; The Preface; Book I. Chapter I. Of the Signs whereby the Sickness of Animals may be known…

79 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 23 Jul [1913]

Smith writes about various subjects including: writing to Sir Clements Markham about Gervase; uncorrected proofs of Smith’s ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’ going to print; visiting the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum,…

4 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 16 Mar 1919

Smith writes regarding the horse in the Parthenon marble frieze, and various methods of horse riding. He thanks Bullock for telling him about Mr Howard of Dorking, [Surrey]. Smith also mentions looking at sources including an article by [Sir Thomas] Clifford Allbutt and works by Watkins-Pitchford…