Smith writes on various research subjects including: horse legislation during the reign of Henry VII; purchase and trade of horses during the reigns of Charles II, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I;…
Bullock writes on various research subjects including: Statutes of the Realm held at the Public Record Office; legislation relating to horses.
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Smith writes about various research subjects including: works of and relating to L Rusius; several veterinary authors of the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries.
Bullock writes about various subjects including: meeting with Sir Clements Markham; sending translations of information about Spanish veterinary literature of the 15th and 16th century, including writers such as [Manuel] Diaz, [Alfonso de]…
Smith writes about researching sources for Spanish veterinary literature of the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, including Juan Alvarez Salamiellas, Fray Bernardo Portugues and Manuel Diaz.
Smith writes about various research subjects including: writing by L Rusius and Fantuzzi[?]; veterinary authors of the 14th and 15th centuries; the works of Scaccho, Caracciolo[?], General Mennessier de la Lance, and G B Ferraro;…
Smith writes about various subjects including: researching 15th century veterinary authors, and nearing completion of the first part of ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’; translation of Old English text; the health of Dr A S Lea; writing by…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: information about Master John or Giovanni within writing by Ercolani and Moule; information about Facio or Fatio, Agostino Magno, Jehan de Feschel[?], Fantuzzi, Martin of Bologna…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: works by Leonardo da Vinci, Albert of Constantinople[?], and Konrad Gesner; the identity of Henry and Matthew Prior; work by Edward Edwards[?]; the Cotton Library…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: the Cotton Library Galba manuscripts and Edward Edward’s catalogue; Emperors Frederick; Harley manuscripts 5086 and 6398, the ‘Boke of Medycin’ and ‘Boke of Marchalsi’. Smith also mentions that he has completed the first part of his ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’, but is not happy with it.
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