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Scope and Contents Crichton-Stuart, who signs himself 'Bute', thanks Ewart for his recent hospitality and writes that he would like to acquire three score Shetland ewes. He suggests that the ewes might be sent to Ewart's farm to be served by his Siberian ram before being sent to the Isle of Bute. He also offers to buy Ewart's Chillingham bull.
Dates: 23 October 1913
Scope and Contents Cecil writes that both the brown calves are Jerseys and that Ewart is welcome to have them. He remarks on the colouring of Chillingham cattle and speculates on the true source of the Vaynol blood.
Dates: 03 August 1908
Scope and Contents Contains: Handwritten notes on the back of an envelope regarding the Chartley cattle and mentioning Assheton-Smith (August 1905); clipping from The Field newspaper regarding the 'Pembroke White Cattle' by John R.B Masefield of Cheadle, Staffordshire (nd); clipping from The Times newspaper entitled 'The Wild White Cattle at...
Dates: c. August 1905