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These items consist of a bound volume and seven envelopes. The envelopes contain material which has been removed from the volume and consists of a variety of photographs, correspondence, typescripts, ephemera and newspaper clippings. The bound volume still contains some items which have been affixed inside, namely: a letter to Greenwood relating to his service with the Home Guard (January 1945) and various newspaper clippings and articles.
Ewart writes that he is sending Douglas another paper on the development of the horse, but that he will require financial help to continue with the work. He supposes that the Development Commissioners are not worth approaching, but asks Douglas to consider the matter favourably.
Correspondence with Eric Reeve concerning Beale's article on the 'Genetics of Malaria Parasites' for the Encyclopedia of Genetics, 1998-1999
Also contains draft typescripts of Beale's article.
Handwritten translation of 'A cross between a male zebra and a mare in Brazil' by Baron de Parana, October 1897
The original article was published in the Bulletin de la Societé nationale d'Acclimatation de France, XLIV, October 1897 (pp 433-436).
Ewart thanks Elwes for his information on sheep, which he will need for a paper he is to write. He writes that William Eagle Clarke did not land on Soay but hopes to do so on his next visit to St Kilda.
Ewart writes concerning a paper which has gone missing in the post. Some of Elwes' lambs have been infected with parasites and are paralysed. He asks whether Elwes would like to give a couple of lectures indicating what vets should know about sheep as part of a course Ewart is organising.
Ewart writes that he is enclosing the proof and that he hopes to find Barclay at home on his next visit to Cambridge.
Ewart writes that Watson has started for Shetland with sufficient introductions. Ewart's paper will appear in the Transactions of the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland. He asks what Elwes wants done with the Shetland hoggs when shorn and with the wethers.
Irving writes that he could not get hold of any copies of the abstract of his paper on the Solutré horse, but that his presentation of it went well. He acknowledges Ewart's help with his work with the Equus robustus.