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“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 8 Issue 29 – January 1890

Articles Include: Editorial. Annus Veterinarius, 1889; Veterinary Education. Report of the Bombay Veterinary College, for the Year 1888; Veterinary Education. Report of the Bombay Veterinary College, for the Year 1888. Appendix A; Veterinary Education. Report of the Bombay Veterinary College, for the Year 1888. Appendix B;…

“The Quarterly Journal of Veterinary Science in India and Army Animal Management” Vol 8 Issue 32 – October 1890

Articles Include: Editorial. Cui Bono; Civil Veterinary Reports. Notes on the Simla District; Map of Khotkhal; Civil Veterinary Reports. Notes on the Simla District. Appendix A; Civil Veterinary Reports. Notes on the Simla District. Approximate Number of Animals Present, Attacked, &c., in the Village of Kotkhai Tahsil, 1889;…

Frederick Smith’s Official War Diary Book B – 22 Sep 1900 to 14 Jan 1901

Diary entries include: The diary starts on p10 of the volume commencing on 22 Sept 1900, when Smith is stationed at Kroonstad. Smith leaves Kroonstad for Bloemfontein on 18 Dec, where he stays for one week, leaving for Cape Town on 25 Dec where he arrives on 27 Dec. There are diary entries for most days. This volume chiefly relates Smith’s daily work managing the care of horses used by the Armed Services, via the set up of Field Veterinary Hospitals…

Frederick Smith’s Official War Diary Book C – 15 Jan 1901 to 26 Feb 1901

Diary entries include: This volume starts with a continuation of the entry for 14 Jan 1901 from the preceding volume when Smith is stationed in Cape Town. There are diary entries for most days.The volume chiefly relates to Smiths 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: …

4 – Letter to Smith from Richard Crawshay, Melchbourne Vicarage, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, 14 Nov 1907

Crawshay writes to say he is sorry for missing Smith on his visit to London. He suggests some sources on the Ona tribe [Selk’nam indigenous people] of Patagonia, and encloses a list of texts suggested by Charles Hercules Read, Keeper of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography at the British Museum. Crawshay writes that he has read Smith’s chapter on ‘Animal Heat’…