Smith writes on various research subjects including: cavalry of the Spanish Armada; veterinary authors of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries; plagiarism.
Bullock writes on various research subjects including: the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons move to premises at Red Lion Square; veterinary authors of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries…
Smith writes on various subjects including: Bullock’s list of 16th, 17th, and 18th century veterinary authors; Smith sorting his personal library of books; research into horse tax;…
Bullock writes about the results of his research at the British Museum, on behalf of Smith. He encloses several pages of notes (some in Latin) from the works of Fabricius’ ‘Bibliotheca Graeca’ relating to ‘Hippiatrica’…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: the works of Edward Arber on publications in Britain in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries; literature from the Arab Period in Europe, including the work of Moses of Palermo;…
Bullock writes regarding information found in Boswell’s ‘Life of Johnson’ regarding a ‘manege’ or riding school at the University of Oxford, in the 18th century.
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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