Bullock writes regarding research into the Mareshall family, Earl of Pembroke and Marshal family. He mentions quotes from William Shakespeare’s plays ‘King John’ and ‘The Merchant of Venice’. He also mentions Leon…
Smith writes regarding a letter from Leon Moule, and mentions Lieutenant Colonel Lupinacci, the Bibliotheque Nationale in France and Blundeville.
Bullock writes with information regarding the Blundeville family, and Newton Hall manor. He mentions that he will write to Reverend E H K Long regarding a brass plaque of Thomas Blundeville.
Smith writes regarding getting access to a will [Blundeville’s?] through the consistory court. He also mentions that he plans to visit London soon, and searching for Neumann’s ‘Veterinary Biography’ in the British Museum.
Smith writes regarding Bullock’s son Wilfred being ill. He also mentions O C Bradley’s book ‘The Limbs of the Horse’, and an article in the Edinburgh Review regarding [Reverend Stephen?] Hales; Janet Bullock reviewing Marshall; sales of veterinary literature in Britain; Dr Edwin Deller[?]; veterinary literature by Bracken and Mascall added to collection of the Library at Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons;…
Smith writes regarding further information found about Samuel Butler and his work. He also mentions the Journal of Physiology, the Veterinary Surgeons Act (1881) Amendment Act 1920 and John Alcock…
Smith writes about various subjects including: finishing the rewriting of the new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’; issues regarding subscriptions to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons War Memorial Fund; lipoids; indexing ‘Veterinary Physiology’; the ‘Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics’;…
Bullock writes to offer his and his wife Janet’s help with proofreading. He also mentions the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons War Memorial Fund; the’British Medical Journal’; photographs to be published in Smith’s new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’; …
Smith writes to thank Bullock for information regarding Gabriel Colin’s life and work. He also mentions returning Colin’s photograph to Mr Hunter; Henry Gray asking for information about Thomas Bates, Surgeon to the King in 1714, who treated cattle plague; researching medical and veterinary history; …
Smith writes about various subjects including: advice for Bullock’s stomach pain; editing and indexing the new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’; the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons War Memorial Fund; the Royal Society of Medicine.
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