Smith writes about various subjects including: a letter from Leon Moule which Bullock translated; consulting the works of Delprato for information about Ippocras and Damascenus; the status of veterinary surgeons…
Smith writes about the results of his research into the work of Hippocrates and Damascenus and the ‘Hippiatrica’, using various literary sources, including Delprato and Ruellius [Jean Ruel].
Smith writes about various subjects including: his progress with writing about the Anglo Saxon period of veterinary history; writing about Damascenus; the behaviour and treatment of ancient scribes; consulting notes from Delprato;…
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;…
Bullock writes about the results of his research at the British Museum regarding Moses of Palermo, from works by Delprato. He also mentions Horace of Francini. Enclosures are mentioned, but not found at time of cataloguing.
Smith writes to ask for clarification of various dates of documents, including Ippocras’ book, ancient Indian manuscripts and P V Renouard’s ‘History of Medicine’.
Bullock writes about the results of his research into Delprato’s works regarding Ippocras, Hippocrates, and Moses of Palermo. Bullock encloses notes regarding Ercolani’s writing about ‘Ipocras’ and Columbre.
Smith writes about various subjects including: continuing research into Ippocras; requesting translation of material to send to Leon Moule; relief at having more time to prepare material for Moule; ‘De Proprietatibus Rerum’ by…
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
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