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Scope and Contents Cecil asks Ewart to order some more copies of 'that kiang of mine' to send out to various people. He recommends that Ewart contact Fincastle at Piershill, as he is the owner of South Harris and interested in the fisherman-crofters.He is also to be on the commitee to advise the Congested Districts Board and Crofters Commission and also well-placed to advise on the breeding of animals for miltary use.
Dates: 13 August 1904
Scope and Contents Gibson-Carmichael writes that is enclosing £50 for research and reports that Henry B. Marshall-of-Buchan-Broughton, Peeblesshire, would be glad to go on the Biological Farm Committee. He asks if either himself or Ewart should write to Sir John Gilmour and that Ewart should approach Arthur Cecil with a view to joining the committee.
Dates: 08 August 1904