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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler told him of his renal colic in Baltimore and he fooled them with two pieces of garden gravel. Emerson analyzed one, Remsen said it was quartz, the other is in the JHH museum.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch' s journal. Dined in the hall with Osler, Allen Perry, Cheever and Brewer of Harvard Unit.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler talked of Auenbrugger and Laennec to undergrads at his home.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. The Harvard Unit is in their house. Base Hospital Church Christ Hall lunch, laboratories, Infirmary, had tea at their house. Osler showed 20 books of science and medicine.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler dined in Hall.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Grace met him at the train station. The McGill Unit will go back to Bologne. Osler has been to Paignton. He fell on the tiled floor and hurt his left great trochanter.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Went to Oxford. Osler told them of the time he wrote a review of his own article on the blood where he severely criticized it.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is writing his address on Shakespeare for tomorrow's celebration. Cases at Infirmary. The children came and hunted eggs in the afternoon (Max-Muller children and Howard children). Osler read them his paper in the evening : Shakespeare-Creator, Burton-Transmitter, and Bacon-Transmuter.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. They saw Shakespeare exhibition at Bodley. Sydney Lee, Waler Raleigh and his wife, Professor and Mrs. Firth, Mrs. Max-Muller and the owner of the Phillips Library came to lunch. Addresses at the Divinity School by Madan, Raleigh, Lee and Osler. Dinner at the Wrights, Osler played "Jenkins Up" with them.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Penhallow is there from Paignton. Anecdote of Osler faking to amuse Charlie and Johnnie Max Muller. Mentions Osler's paper before the science masters. He quoted William Petty who had splendid views on teaching and scientific education. He has got Mayow's "Observations on Respiration". Allusion to Descartes recognizing Harvey. Went to the Wrights for tea. Osler talked more than he ever did about the war. Gives his opinion on war. It will be won by the English Navy. Reflections on civilization. Opinion on how USA would be if Germany won the war. Differences between democracy in USA and in England. Mentions his doings with rich politicians in New York. Mentions the Headlines in the newspapers in USA relating his opinion. Osler wrote 40 letters and cards that morning. Note on Sudhoff's very kind reference to Osler in his edition of "Geschichte der Medezin".


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Deplores that Norman Moore was not elected President. Osler's, Rolleston's, and Allbutt's votes would have done it, but they were not able to be present. Osler thinks that the fact that Moore is an Royal College man could have had something to do with the results. Osler talked to him and Kenny about old cases.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at Somerville, Radcliffe and at Wingfield. Osler exhibited Taliacotius book on plastic operations on nose. Mentions anecdote told by Osler to him and Kenny about old times in Montreal. Mentions Mrs. McIntyre at the Maternity Hospital. Story of Weir Mitchell's patient who threw her arms about Osler's neck.


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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1916.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He went to Oxford.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Bob Emmons came to lunch, and Osler showed and gave him a few of the Walt Whitman things on which Emmons had also bid. Adami came for lunch, and they all went to the Christ Church Library, Gunther and the Dean showed them the old scientific instruments. They had many people for tea. They dined at Christ Church, the Rev. Holland was there.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He came to Oxford. Grace told him about Revere. There never was a vacancy in No 4 Ambulance. Osler told him it was "all up". Revere now wishes to go into the Artillery and his mother is trying to get him a commission.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Went to Oxford. W.W. Francis and Campbell Gwyn were there. The McGill Unit will return to Camiers. Osler is better.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at the Infirmary. Mentions that Osler looks in Klebs for rare pathological conditions. He has secured a copy of the original edition of Ambroise Pare's Anatomy and an original edition of Borelli's "De motu Animalium". They put the bibliographical books into the fine new bookcase in the dining-room.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Grace related the inquest and funeral of Wesley Mills.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler gave an address on his life at the American Club. Anecdotes of Montreal, Philadelphia, Johns Hopkins Hospital, on women medical students, explains that he had to leave Baltimore because he was almost at breaking-point. The Rhodes Scholars were enthusiastic over the address.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at the Radcliffe.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. The Oslers went to the opening of the Ontario Hospital at Orpington. Osler locked the turtle-doves ( Joan Mackenzie and Fiskin) into the library. Showed him the book by Turner on wines and treacles.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Mentions that he received a letter from Grace explaining that there is still a mix-up about Revere's transfer. Mentions that he went to Oxford and that Osler was in bed with a bad cold.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He went to Oxford. Revere and Bob are having a great time over Elizabethan dramatists. Osler is in bed reading Dekker's"The Shoemaker's Holiday". Comments on Osler who just like a little boy sometimes, pretends to be very ill.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He read a short paper on Finch and Baines at the Royal Society of Medicine. Osler, the Singers and he dined at Mrs. Singer's mother's house. Osler was in good form and told them of Falmouth. Other stories. Osler spent the night at Aoy. Automobile Club.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Went to Morto. Osler and he had dinner with the Wrights, as Grace and Joan Mackenzie went to Shorncliffe to see Revere. Sherrington called. Osler told the story of the Bodleian Shakespeare folio.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at the Infirmary.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. They were up at 6.30, as Osler and Davidson wished to get the 7.30 train to Taplow.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Miss Willcock (the ancient vestal) is staying at the Oslers and working at the Medical Incunabula.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler told him that "the success in life is to get control of one's vaso-motors". Revere wishes to study English literature at Christ Church after the war. Osler told him that some have considered that Fra Paoli Sarpi discovered the circulation.

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