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3 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 7 Nov 1910

Smith writes on various subjects including: researching historical sources at the Public Record Office; research into a horse census carried out in Britain during Napoleonic War; ‘The Veterinarian’ journal; portrait of Thomas Turner by H W Pickersgill in the RCVS Council Chamber;…

7 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 11 Nov 1910

Bullock writes on various subjects including: researching Close Rolls at the Public Record Office; a paper by Mr Huband; Biblical references.Enclosures are mentioned…

1 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 21 Jan 1911

Bullock writes on various research subjects including: Statutes of the Realm held at the Public Record Office; legislation relating to horses.
Enclosed are eight pages …

3 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 21 Mar 1911

Bullock writes about the results of his research into horse tax using records held at the Public Record Office, the British Museum and…

60 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 12 Jun 1913

Bullock writes about sources located at the Public Record Office regarding the Master of the Horse and Keepers of the King’s Stud from the reigns of Edward I to James I. Bullock mentions that he could get permission from the President or Council of the RCVS,…

61 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 13 Jun 1913

Smith writes about various research subjects including: work by Molin regarding Ruffus, Boniface, Ippocras and Hippocrates; sources regarding Master of the Horse and Keepers of the King’s Stud at the Public Record Office;…

89 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 13 Sep 1913

Bullock writes with information regarding relative value of money from the reigns of Edward I and Alfred the Great, after consulting various acquaintances and staff at the Public Record Office. Bullock also mentions chasing the supply…

14 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 20 May 1917

Smith writes about various research subjects including: ‘A History of Newmarket’ by J P Hore; sources at the Public Record Office regarding De Gray and the Hampton Court Stud…