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Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 12 May 1907
Scope and Contents Cecil writes concerning the pony 'McNeil' and asks if Ewart could keep him a little longer until he decides what to do with him. He is trying to get him to Barra and the white-maned horse to Uist or Dunvegan.
Dates: 12 May 1907
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 20 July 1907
Scope and Contents Cecil confirms arrangements for the shipment of the pony 'McNeil' to the Duke of Portland. He also plans to write to Shackleton regarding the 'Siberian' ponies he used in his Arctic expedition.
Dates: 20 July 1907
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 01 December 1912
Scope and Contents Cecil confirms details of the transport of the cow in calf to his Jersey bull from Southampton to Glasgow. They have nearly succeeded in altering the title of the stud book to the 'National British Pony Stud Book'. He wishes the Highland breeders would submit their entries, as he does not think it wise to have separate publications in England and Scotland.
Dates: 01 December 1912
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 20 December 1901
Scope and Contents Cecil outlines details of a dun-coloured mare that he has just purchased, with a chestnut stripe down its back. He also mentions some hybrids that he is hoping to transport to India.
Dates: 20 December 1901
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 22 June 1902
Scope and Contents Cecil requests that the two Highland ponies be sent in a horse box. After providing some personal details, he goes on to describe the physical characteristics of the Dartmoor pony.
Dates: 22 June 1902
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 30 January 1903
Scope and Contents Cecil informs Ewart of the time of his forthcoming horse sale and provides information about other sales. He also gives directions as to the delivery of a puppy by train.
Dates: 30 January 1903
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord Arthur Cecil, 02 October 1904
Scope and Contents Cecil agrees with Fincastle's remarks that the cross-bred horses for the crofters should maintain quality as well as increase size and comments upon various mutual correspondents. He states that he met a man called Scott who is going to send two Highland ponies and 'Braemore' and comments that the ponies on the east side of Skye appear to be identical to those on the Isle of Rum.
Dates: 02 October 1904
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lord John Stewart-Murray, 14 June 1905
Scope and Contents Lord Stewart-Murray, who signs himself 'Tullibardine', says he can either send his pure-bred Arab pony to Edinburgh or he could put Ewart's mares up at his residence, Dunkeld House, Dunkeld. He gives instructions for the care of the pony when he is with Ewart, and asks that Ewart keep an account of the mares the pony serves.
Dates: 14 June 1905
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from M. Stevenson, 02 August 1909
Scope and Contents Stevenson enquires whether Ewart's Highland stallion has been driven to Lerwick, as he thinks he would be a good horse to cross with the low-set mares in Campbeltown. He offers Ewart £20 for the loan of him.
Dates: 02 August 1909
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from M. Stevenson, 19 August 1909
Scope and Contents Stevenson writes that he is enclosing a bank draft for the loan of the pony 'Braemore' until July 1911. He asks Ewart to send the pony to Glasgow.
Dates: 19 August 1909