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1 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 2 Oct 1910

Smith writes on various research subjects including: Dame Juliana Berners, and her publications on hawking, hunting and heraldry; Martin Clifford; the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography; J Astley and P Astley; and various other historical figures…

5 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 9 Nov 1910

Smith writes on various research subjects including: legislation during the reign of Henry VIII; research of sources taken from Berenger [presumably Richard Berenger]; horse bread; Thomas Blundeville’s writing…

4 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 2 Oct 1911

Bullock writes informing Smith that there are two different veterinary surgeons named Spooner, and provides details about both.

6 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 18 Mar 1912

Bullock writes about the results of his research on behalf of Smith, mentioning Hippocrates, Apsyrtus, Ruellius and George Fleming’s notes on Mascall…

7 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 19 Mar 1912

Smith writes about various research subjects including: books held at the Royal Veterinary College; Schrader-Hering’s ‘Biographisch-literarisches lexicon’; the work of Ruellius; Egyptian; Byzantine and Greek Literature;…

3 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 11 Feb 1913

Smith writes about various subjects including: researching the date of death of [Charles Frederic?] Heusinger; Encyclopeadia Britannica[?]; the works of Suidas the Historian [Suda]; and ‘The Cambridge Medieval History’;…

4 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 12 Feb 1913

Smith writes to thank Bullock for notes on Fabricius and ‘Hippiatrica’, and for information about [Charles Frederic?] Heusinger. Smith mentions the works of Amoreux, Gryneus and Ruellius [Jean Ruel].

18 – Partial letter from Frederick Smith, c.5 Mar 1913

Smith writes about various subjects including: Zundel’s Dictionary; Schrader-Hering; Crusades in Constantinople; Amoreux senior; Mr Sheather from the Royal Veterinary College; Assyrian Empire.It is unclear which letter this folio is…

72 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 27 Jun 1913

Smith writes to thank Bullock for his biographical research into Blundeville, and for composing a letter to Moule on his behalf. Smith also mentions research into Mascall, Barnaby Googe and Gervase Markham.

73 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 30 Jun 1913

Smith writes about various subjects including: checking proofs of his printed articles; Bullock translating material Smith sends to Moule; researching Mascall and Markham.