Bullock writes about various subjects including: the works of Ercolani, Molin and Heusinger on the subject of Crescentius and possible plagiarism of Columella, Cato, Varro and Palladius; the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum…
Smith writes about various subjects including: the works of Ercolani and Ruffus; Heusinger’s writing on Crescentius; researching the Crusades, Calabria and Sicily; researching Ippocras and Damascenus
Smith writes about various research subjects including: the works of Ruffus regarding glanders, farcy, strangles, and abdominal diseases; the work of Crescentius and William of Villiers; the work of Delprato regarding L Rusius; the work of…
Smith writes to thank Bullock for his notes regarding Delprato, and asks for notes about Ruffus on the subject of strangles, glanders, abdominal diseases, pinzanese disease and farcy. Smith also mentions the work of Rusius and …
Bullock writes about the results of his research at the British Museum including: the works of Ruffus and Crescentius, Durer, Traboski [?] and Ercolani; photographing manuscripts at the British Museum; Blundeville plate.
Smith writes to instruct Bullock as to how Smith would like a photograph to be taken of a Harley manuscript  at the British Museum. He also mentions the Ruffus and Crescentius material. Smith mentions that the publishers of the…
Bullock writes about various subjects including: photographing Harley manuscripts 3535 at the British Museum; works by Ruffus and Crescentius, and writing on them by Molin; a treatise by Albertus Magnus.
Smith writes to clarify the difference between notes by Bullock about Ruffus and Crescentius. Smith also asks Bullock to hurry the British Museum in supplying a photograph of Harley manuscript 3535, and to also create a list of diseases written about by Albertus Magnus.
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.
Manuscript notes in Smith’s handwriting regarding Ercolani’s writings on Ruffus, Albertus, Rusius and Ruini.
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