Prawochenski, Roman, fl 1925 (professor of animal breeding, Agricultural Department, Jagellonian University)
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Prawochenski regrets that Ewart will not be present at the 1925 International Congress of Agriculture in Warsaw and hopes that they may meet if Ewart is planning to visit Poland again.
Prawochenski thanks Ewart for the trouble he has taken in arranging his paper for publishing and apologises for his bad English. He confirms that Ewart's paper concerning wool which was sent for the International Congress of Agriculture in 1925 will be published.
Prawochenski thanks Ewart for his help and apologises for any trouble has has given him. He would be honoured to be included in the Royal Society of Edinburgh Proceedings along with his colleague Kaczkowski. He will be in London shortly to purchase some horses at the Royal Agricultural Society show and hopes perhaps to meet Ewart there.
Prawochenski thanks Ewart for the information concerning the types of sheep skulls. He confirms that Ewart's paper on Polish wool, which he delivered at the 1925 International Congress of Agriculture, is nearly printed. His colleague Kaczkowski is finding Ewart's study of the embryological development of sheep valuable for his own work.
Prawochenski sends his best wishes to Mrs Ewart, who has been ill. He sends further information about his colleague Kaczkowski concerning his investigations into wool.
Prawochenski asks whether Ewart received his letter outlining Kaczkowski's researches on wool.He hopes to attend the 'Vererbungsvissenschaft Congress' in Berlin but he is encountering some opposition towards Polish attendees. He provides details about 'most terrible scenes of atrocity' on the streets of Vienna and is concerned for the consequences of Communist propaganda not being controlled.
Prawochenski thanks Ewart for looking over the proofs of his work on 'Observations on the Fragment' and makes comments on aspects of the text.