Smith writes about various subjects including: writing to Sir Clements Markham about Gervase; uncorrected proofs of Smith’s ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’ going to print; visiting the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum,…
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: illustrative plates in the works of Ruini and Snape; confusion regarding Phillip Scacco according to Delprato; information about Cardinal Spinola; the ill health of Dr A S Lea.
Bullock writes regarding the results of his research into Cardinal Spinola and Phillip Scacco. He also mentions comparisons of plates in the works of Ruini and Snape.
Smith writes about various subjects including: his heavy workload at present; an article in the ‘Veterinary Record’ regarding veterinary students enlisting to serve in the War [World War, 1914-1918]; a letter from Miss…
Smith writes regarding Bullock’s recent announcement [presumably engagement?]. He also mentions a subscription to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon fund, and asking Lady Markham for permission to…
Smith writes on various research subjects including: Walter Bligh’s ‘English Improver’ regarding Markham; article in the ‘Veterinarian’ about Markham by Simonds; ‘The Means of becoming Rich’ by Bernard de Palissy and…
Smith writes to send his subscription to the funds of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He also mentions notes about Markham, with questions for Bullock to answer,…
Smith writes to thank Bullock for correcting his proofs, and writes about his regret for his errors and ‘bad English’. He also mentions the wait for a negative of the Markham signature photograph,…
Smith writes regarding his donation of books to the Library of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He asks Bullock for a copy of the British Medical Journal, which contains an article he wants, and to check details of a book by Thomas De Gray…
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