Smith writes on various subjects including: receiving a letter from Leon Moule; researching Markham and Mascall and then continuing with 11th century veterinary literature; contacting Admiral Markham for information about…
Smith writes about various research subjects including: works of Mascall and Ruffus; biographical information about Abou Bekr and Ibn al Awam; historical literature on shoeing.
Smith writes about viewing a manuscript at someone’s house rather than at the Royal Geographical Society library. [Presumably viewing material about Gervase Markham at the home of Sir Clements Markham or Admiral Markham]
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’.
Bullock writes about various subjects including: meeting with Sir Clements Markham; sending translations of information about Spanish veterinary literature of the 15th and 16th century, including writers such as [Manuel] Diaz, [Alfonso de]…
Smith writes about various subjects including: biographical information about Ercolani; Charles Singer requesting copies of Smith’s ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’; more information required about [Filippo] Scaccho.
Smith writes about various subjects including: biographical information on Henry Prior; St Hildegarde’s Physica; researching 16th century veterinary literature at the British Museum; the work of Ferdinando Calvo; Jondesabur…
Smith writes about various subjects including: life of St Hildegard; work of Fray Bernardo Portugues, Leon Moule and Bracy Clark; seeking information about Henry and Matthew Prior, the Crusades, and Dr Hook, Archbishop of Canterbury. There are notes in Bullock’s handwriting on the reverse…
Bullock writes about the results of his research for biographical information about Pignatelli. Bullock also mentions translating Ercolani’s writing about Columbre’s Anatomy, but the enclosure was not found at time of cataloguing. Attached are two reader request tickets for the British Museum…
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