Smith writes about various research subjects including: the works of Edward Arber on publications in Britain in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries; literature from the Arab Period in Europe, including the work of Moses of Palermo;…
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 into Delprato’s works regarding Ippocras, Hippocrates, and Moses of Palermo. Bullock encloses notes regarding Ercolani’s writing about ‘Ipocras’ and Columbre.
Smith writes to ask Bullock to help him compose notes about 16th century veterinary literature to send to Leon Moule. He also asks for research into Markham, Mascall, and Blundeville, using sources such as the British Museum, and…
Smith writes to thank Bullock for his biographical research into Blundeville, and for composing a letter to Moule on his behalf. Smith also mentions research into Mascall, Barnaby Googe and Gervase Markham.
Smith writes about various subjects including: checking proofs of his printed articles; Bullock translating material Smith sends to Moule; researching Mascall and Markham.
Smith writes about various subjects including: Honorary Associates [of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons?], including [recommending the nomination?] Professor Sisson, Anatomist at Ohio College and Leon Moule; criticism of Mascall’s work…
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 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…
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