Forsyth, James Noel Muller, 1844-1923 (landowner, Quinish, Tobermory)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Forsyth confirms that he has received Ewart's suggestions for the Report. He also reports that Arthur Cecil had written to him about his stallion but that he cannot take on any more ponies this year.
Dates: 07 July 1906
Scope and Contents Forsyth states that he will be unable to go to Pitlochry to see some stallions. He hopes to see Ewart at the Polo Show later that week.
Dates: 06 March 1902
Scope and Contents Forsyth enquires as to the possibilities of getting a pony to be served by his horse 'Johnnie'. He suggests that he might visit the Duke of Atholl's old stallion.
Dates: 11 May 1902
Scope and Contents Forsyth mentions a stallion, 'Roderick' that he intends to buy, and gives an example of a 'faked' pedigree of one of his other stallions.
Dates: 14 February 1903
Scope and Contents Forsyth states that he is replying to both Ewart's official and private letters, and that he is forwarding his official letter on to Arthur Cecil (possibly relating to an application for funding). Forsyth states that he believes the 'Widow' should be served by Ewart's stallion, but acknowledges that others may have different opinions.
Dates: 24 March 1903
Scope and Contents Forsyth states that he received Ewart's letter from Barra and agrees that they must send another stallion there, but not this season. He writes that he has sent a copy of Ewart's report to the Secretary of State.
Dates: 29 April 1906
Scope and Contents Forsyth instructs Ewart not to answer the recent letter in The Oban Times from a J. Macleod. He reports that Maclean of Nunton wants £25 to £30 premium for his stallion to serve in Benbecula but he has instructed the office of the Congested Districts Board not to offer more than £10. He is buying the yellow dun mare from Ritchie and will send for the Connemara pony. He concludes that there will be no Scottish Land Legislation this year.
Dates: 27 March 1908