Smith writes about the results of his research into the work of Hippocrates and Damascenus and the ‘Hippiatrica’, using various literary sources, including Delprato and Ruellius [Jean Ruel].
Smith writes about various subjects including: his progress with writing about the Anglo Saxon period of veterinary history; writing about Damascenus; the behaviour and treatment of ancient scribes; consulting notes from Delprato;…
Bullock writes about the results of his research into Delprato’s works regarding Ippocras, Hippocrates, and Moses of Palermo. Bullock encloses notes regarding Ercolani’s writing about ‘Ipocras’ and Columbre.
Smith writes to ask Bullock to clarify a number of references for material held at the British Museum including ‘Hippiatrica’, ‘Geoponica’, Sloane manuscripts 3099 and Harley manuscripts 1585.
Bullock writes to answer Smith’s queries regarding several documents held at the British Museum, including ‘Hippiatrica’, ‘Geoponica’, and Sloane manuscripts 3099 and Harley manuscripts 1585.
Smith writes in response to queries answered by Bullock regarding ‘Hippiatrica’ manuscripts, and discusses various sources including Walter of Henley’s ‘Husbandry’, manuscripts held at Cambridge, and writing on the subject by Elizabeth Lamond…
Bullock writes with answers to Smith’s queries regarding ‘Hippiatrica’ manuscripts held in the British Museum, and errors on the catalogue. The remainder of this letter has been cut off, and there is no valediction.
Smith writes to clarify a reference to a ‘Hippiatrica’ manuscript, which is about to go to print. He mentions that he has been researching at the Royal Veterinary College, including works by Markham.
Smith writes about various subjects including: arranging to view manuscripts at the home of Sir Clements Markham; Ruffus manuscripts; comparing Harley manuscripts 3535 with writings by Molin; the Hierocles Treatise in ‘Hippiatrica’.
Smith writes about various subjects including: sheets to be sent to Leon Moule; Smith moving house; Bullock’s son being ill; translation of Chiron, its relation to Vegetius, and possibility of it being published by the Royal Society of Medicine;…
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