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16 – Letter to Frederick Smith from Fred Bullock, 12 Dec 1916

Bullock writes about various subjects including: influenza; photographing Mascall’s signature at Lambeth Palace Library; translation of Latin word ‘clericus’; confusion regarding dates before Gregorian calendar; Smith…

17 – Letter from Claude Jenkins, Librarian, Lambeth Palace, 13 Dec 1916

Jenkins writes regarding the arrangement for Mascall’s signature to be photographed at the British Museum. He also discusses translation of Latin and seeking a 1591 edition of Mascall’s ‘First Booke of Cattell’.

19 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 19 Dec 1916

Smith writes about various subjects including: asking Bullock to look at Roger Ascham’s treatise on archery in the reign of Henry VIII, Markham’s work on archery; Markham and Barnaby Googe’s translations of Heresbach…

21 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 26 Dec 1916

Smith writes regarding translation of French words, and meaning of the words ‘currier’ and ‘horse-corser[?]’; photograph of Mascall’s signature for publication; the work of La Broue; correction of Latin translation from…

3 – Copy letter to Dr Nicola Checcia [Checchia] from Fred Bullock, 13 Mar 1919

This letter is in French, and was presumably sent to Smith for his reference. The accompanying letter from Bullock to Smith has not been located.

7 – Translation of letter from Nicola Checchia, 24 Mar 1919

Checchia writes regarding the work of Columbre, ‘L’opera de manischalcia’, and his own work[?] ‘Psychology of Animals’. This is a translation into English by Fred Bullock. The original was not located at time of cataloguing.

3 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 8 Jan 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: acquisition of 2nd edition of Blundeville book by the Library of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; items missing from the Library, and destruction of material by Bullock’s predecessor; ‘Veterinary Physiology’; Smith leaving his books and papers to the College; Bullock’s wife Janet and Mrs Singer [Dorothea Waley Singer] …

5 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 1 Feb 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: publishers Bailliere, Tindall & Cox; article from ‘The Morning Post’; Smith advising Bullock not to purchase a work by Caracciolo unless he can afford it; payment of subscriptions to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; Bullock’s house; proofreading Smith’s ‘Veterinary Physiology’; …