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Subject Source: Ukat
Scope Note: Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence with Taylor and Francis regarding Beale's book Paramecium: Genetics and Epigenetics, 2000-2002

Identifier: Coll-1255/3/9
Scope and Contents

Also contains the Memorandum of Agreement between Taylor and Francis and Geoffrey Beale, referee's reports on the book's synopsis, a draft version of the first chapter and some correspondence with John Preer Jr. about the order and contents of the book.

Dates: 2000-2002

Letter to Blackett [James Cossar Ewart?] from Matthew Horace Hayes, 03 December 1902

Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/105
Scope and Contents Hayes states that he has concluded the deal with Hurst and Blackett to publish a further edition in 2,000 copies of his Points of the Horse.. He goes on to discuss the financial aspects of the publication and states that he would be grateful for a copy of the recipient's lecture on 'Callosites and the New Pony'. Although the letter is addressed to Blackett, this may well be an error. The reference to the 'Callosities' lecture suggests the actual recipient...
Dates: 03 December 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Adam and Charles Black, publishers, 20 February 1906

Identifier: Coll-14/9/12/1
Scope and Contents

The publishers provide sales figures for copies of Ewart's book The Penycuik Experiments.

Dates: 20 February 1906

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Adlard and Son, printers, 26 February 1906

Identifier: Coll-14/9/12/2
Scope and Contents

The printers ask Ewart to inform them how many copies of The Penycuik Experiments he wishes to have, as they still have a considerable amount in store.

Dates: 26 February 1906

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Albert Sherbourne Le Souef, 06 May 1927

Identifier: Coll-14/9/33/7
Scope and Contents Le Souef writes that he has recommended Ewart to colleagues in the Institute of Science and Industry, Australia, who will arrange to meet with Ewart when they are in England. Le Souef believes it is important that the research into wool in Australia be started along the right lines with the advice of experienced people to avoid duplicating work. He reports that they have had promising results in wool quality and quantity by feeding sheep with a mixture of mineral salts. Finally, he provides...
Dates: 06 May 1927

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Charles Mackinnon Douglas, 20 July 1913

Identifier: Coll-14/9/19/35
Scope and Contents

Douglas suggests amendments that need to be made on the proofs of the appendix plates before being sent to Blackwood.

Dates: 20 July 1913

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Elliott and Fry, 10 June 1904

Identifier: Coll-14/9/10/65
Scope and Contents

Elliott and Fry invite Ewart to make an appointment with a photographer for his portrait, to appear in their Publishing Series.

Dates: 10 June 1904

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Matthew Horace Hayes, 09 January 1903

Identifier: Coll-14/9/9/3
Scope and Contents

Hayes informs Ewart that he is thanking 'Master Arthur' for sending him negatives and prints of a rabbit hybrid. He encloses a chapter on 'Evolution of the Horse' for Ewart's corrections and additions. He goes on to state that he is in the process of drawing up an agreement with the publishers Blackett about the translation of an article.

Dates: 09 January 1903

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Matthew Horace Hayes, 13 November 1902

Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/90
Scope and Contents

Hayes states that he has written to some publishers urging them to take the translation. He requests the return of some negatives of wild zebras or asses which he left with Master Arthur. He lists the books that he has lately been studying and suggests a dental formula for the horse.

Dates: 13 November 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Matthew Horace Hayes, 29 November 1902

Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/9100
Scope and Contents

Hayes requests that Ewart inform him whether he has sent the German translation of the Russian pamphlet on the Russian wild horse to Hurst and Blackett, so that they can assess how long it might take to translate into English. Hayes says that he would be happy to do the work. He also comments on his recent studies and reading.

Dates: 29 November 1902