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Parker enquires whether Ewart received his previous correspondence concerning his invitation to write some articles on Connemara ponies. He also asks if Ewart has any photographs of the ponies.
MacBride thanks Ewart for his paper on the development of the horse, and hopes to read the other parts when they come out. He has been asked by Nature to write the obituary for Arthur Darbishire, and asks Ewart for details concerning his regiment and the circumstances of his death.
Letter is unsigned.
MacBride thanks Ewart for his telegram with the details he needed about Darbishire for his obituary, which he has sent to Nature. He is delighted with Ewart's work on the embryology of the horse, and believes that 'it is only by slow painstaking work of this kind that a real science of Comparative Embryology will ever be built up.' He is glad that Ewart gives no countenance to the 'crook theories' about the layers of the embryo.
The letter is undated.
Allen invites Ewart to prepare an article on the subject of animal breeding and hybridisation for inclusion in the Experiment Station Record.. He goes on to outline the possibilities of setting up a cooperative plan of animal experimentation between experiment stations across the country.
Morse supposes that the separates of Ewart's article will have reached him by now. The original drawings will be sent later after copies have been made. He provides details of some publications on the origin of the common fowl. Anything that Ewart publishes on the ancestry of domesticated animals would be greatly appreciated.
Constable writes regarding his views on an article from Nature magazine, 'Variation - Germinal and Environmental', about insemination and ovulation in rabbits.
Bolam thanks Ewart for his paper 'The Nestling Feathers of the Mallard' and makes some remarks on the applicability of Mendelism to sheep breeding.
Sanderson provides the approximate retail value of the various wools Ewart has sent him. He compliments Ewart on his article on the Argali type of sheep.
Noble asks Ewart again to return his paper on the piebald sheep.