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Scope and Contents Scharff thanks Ewart for his paper on the Development of the Horse.
Dates: 04 January 1916
Scope and Contents Harrison writes that he has the permission of the President of the Royal Society in giving back to Ewart the plates of his paper on the Ancestors of Horses. He is also sending Ewart a copy of the paper itself on loan.
Dates: 10 July 1909
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 17 November 1925
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 14 April 1927
Scope and Contents Prawochenski thanks Ewart for looking over the proofs of his work on 'Observations on the Fragment' and makes comments on aspects of the text.
Dates: 14 August 1927
Scope and Contents Boase congratulates Ewart on the work documented in the Penycuik Experiments. He goes on to discuss the importance of inbreeding in organic evolution in the animal world. He encloses a paper he wrote on inbreeding, which he presented to the Torquay Natural History Society in 1895.
Dates: 19 September 1899
Scope and Contents Keith thanks Ewart for his paper.
Dates: 04 January 1916
Scope and Contents Alexander thanks Ewart for sending him the pony, and asks his age. He also requests Elwes' address to thank him for sending him one of his papers on sheep. He asks if he thinks Lord Arthur Cecil would join the 'Menagerie Club', as they hope to be able to put on a show and exhibit some hybrids the following year.
Dates: 01 June 1912
Scope and Contents Alexander writes that he would be glad to have a copy of Ewart's 'sheep paper'. He will be rounding up the ponies shortly and will try to get a photograph when they are in the yard.
Dates: 24 June 1913
Scope and Contents Thompson thanks Ewart for his papers and compliments him that 'they are as fresh today as the day they were written; and it's not a great many papers that hold their own after thirty years.'
Dates: 11 June 1921