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“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 7 Issue 28 – October 1889

Articles Include: Civil Veterinary Reports. Second Annual Report of the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for Animals, Bombay; Civil Veterinary Reports. Second Annual Report of the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for Animals, Bombay. Inpatients; Civil Veterinary Reports. Second Annual Report of the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for Animals, Bombay. B. (Equine);…

“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 8 Issue 30 – April 1890

Articles Include: Army Veterinary Service; Military Veterinary Records; Military Veterinary Records. A Report on the Zulu War; Military Veterinary Records. Notes from the Annual Statistical and General Report of the A . V . D. For 1888; Rough Map of Seoraj…

“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 8 Issue 31 – July 1890

Articles Include: On the Future Civil Veterinary Department in India; Transactions of the Bombay Veterinary Association (continued). Annual Report of the Bombay Veterinary Association;
Transactions of the Bombay Veterinary Association (contined). Annual Report of the Bombay Veterinary Association. Appendix A;…

Frederick Smith’s Official War Diary Book D – 27 Feb 1901 to 10 Jul 1901

At the time of writing this diary, Smith is stationed in Cape Town except for a three month period (March-May) when he seems to have been based in the Kimberley area. The volume ends on 10 July 1901. There are diary entries for most days except for the period from 24 April – 22 May when Smith has injured his right arm (as he explains on 22 May). The volume chiefly relates to Smith’s daily work overseeing the allocation of staff and resources to the various veterinary hospitals and remount depots in the vicinity of Cape Town. Locations mentioned include: …

7– Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 9 Mar 1921

Smith writes about various subjects including: letter about Dalrymple Hay sent to ‘The Times’; Janet and Wilfred Bullock going to Dundee; unveiling ceremony [of the Library of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons?]; Burroughs Wellcome; vaccines; ‘The Importance of Professional History’ and the rise in historical research; Smith stopped writing his autobiography; Dr Charles Singer;…