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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He went to Oxford. Osler stayed in bed hoarse and talked of cases.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler asked him to call on Captain Cowlishaw of Australian Medical Corps, a bibliophile.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He walked with Revere to Blenheim and saw old Maisey. Osler is interested in Agricola's book on Metallurgy. He has accepted the position on the Royal Commission on Education in Wales with Jones.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler and Joan McKenzie have tremendous fights, pinching each other and wrestling.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at the Radcliffe. In the evening, Osler read aloud parts of Fuller's sermons.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is much better.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler had a walk in the park. Have not heard from Revere for a long time. Osler is extremely interested in Haller's Bibliotheca Medica. Osler is also interested in the history of transfusion.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler speaks highly of Evan's American Bibliography. Talked about the forthcoming catalogue. Details about it . Recollections of the Oslers' trip to Holland with Dock. Osler has the English edition of Schwammerdam, 1758. Talked of Malloch's father's quick recovery in 1912.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Received a letter from Osler. Surprised that he told him so much about the C.A.M.C. business. Wishes to have a set of proofs of Finch and Baines sent to him.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He is in Oxford. Susan Chapin met him on the platform. Osler is in bed with bronchitis. Gibson told him him later a "touch at one base". Details on Osler' s illness. Heard how rude Sam Hughes and W. Bruce were to Osler, who did not tell him himself. Miss Willcock, the ancient vestal, is working on the incunabula and catalogue books, as Hill will go soon to the Army.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is still in bed but better.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is interested in a copy of Molière's "Le Malade Imaginaire", 1673 pp.40. Details on their research on Molière.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Run to the Bodley for Osler. Miss Willcock is working hard. Mentions the present to Osler from Mackall, Cushing, Barker, Thayer, Thomas, Boggs, Halsted, Kelly, Welch, McCrae, Futcher : Sir Thomas Browne's "Miscellany Tracts", 1683. Very rare but Osler has the 1684.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is better.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Noted that the Oslers feel Revere's absence so much.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Anecdote of Osler remembering only two meals in his life. One was in Montreal. Mentions Buller.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Mentions Osler's Christmas message for Lloyd's Weekly was titled "The Silent Unit". It was a quiet day as they missed Revere. Shoals of letters for the Oslers. Osler gave him a photo of the Sargent portrait. Mrs. Draper is here. Osler went down for the first time.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. The Oslers are glad that Christmas is over, it is much different from those in Baltimore.


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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1917.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Malloch is in Boulogne. Mentions that Sam Hughes in Ottawa says that Osler and others are on the edge of society. Cushing's note on Lady Drummond's commentary.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. The report of the Committee which sat on Bruce's report is out. Jones is upheld and Bruce is to go.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. MacAlister told him in London what a help Osler was in amalgamating the medical societies of London after the death of Andrew Clarke.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler had a cable from Morphy of Lachine asking him to go and see his son in London. Osler does not know him but will go tomorrow.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler buys books with percentage on consultation fee. "that is how I sanctify the fee".


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He is in Boulogne. Mrs. Osborne sent him her sonnet on Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, probably suggested by Osler's address.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Details about the wire W.W. Francis received from Oxford about Revere's wounded. Osler was mentioning that Cushing was with him but was asking W.W. Francis to go up. They received another wire saying that it was too late as Revere had died. Malloch has written to the Oslers. W.W. Francis will go tomorrow.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Grace wrote him that she knew it was hopeless from the start but hoped Osler would be spared this terrible sorrow. She says they must now live more for their adopted sons.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He is in Oxford. Osler is in London finishing up the Royal Commission on Welsh education. Comments on Osler's appearance. He has received 2 volumes of Vincent of Beauvais' Speculum Naturale,1473. He bought them from Davis and Orioli in Italy. St. Louis gave him the task of summarising knowledge.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. W.W. Francis came back and said that the Oslers were standing it wonderfully. Account of Osler, the day the news came, talking with a man about the Royal Commission on Welsh University and asking the men for lunch.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He received a letter from Osler dated September 1st, saying that they would try to be brave, that they were expecting that loss.

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