Smith writes that he is still confined to bed, due to ill health. He asks Bullock to write to Moule on his behalf regarding exchange of articles and an introduction to an Italian officer. Smith also asks Bullock to contact…
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…
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.
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…
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…
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.
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
Smith writes about various subjects including: purchasing a lens for a camera; the latest issue of Smith’s ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’; waiting for more information about Blundeville from Norwich [presumably…
Smith writes to arrange to meet Bullock for assistance with interpreting a book. Smith mentions that the Schrader-Hering book ‘Biographisch-literarisches lexicon’ agrees with Francini and argues against Ruini on an…
Smith writes regarding research into Leonard Mascall, his descendants, and references to him by George Fleming and the Dictionary of National Biography.
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