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"The Murder Trial," extract from Miss Barwick's letter of May, 1921.


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List of the dignitaries present for the laying of the foundation stone, May 5, 1868, of the church built to replace one destroyed by fire, February 27, 1868. Rev. Featherstone Lake Osler and Rev. A.N. Bethune, among others, were present.


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Notes from Adam H. Wright's interviews with former class-mates of Osler's at the Toronto School of Medicine [see CUS417/64.7]. Includes interviews with Alexander Taylor, R.H. Robinson, Albert Macdonald, and John Standish.


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Duplicate copy of list of specimens from CUS417/66.1.


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Ink and water colour drawing of specimen found in urine. Handwritten notes on verso regarding patients from whom the specimen was taken. [From W.A. Johnson's note book?]


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Ink and water colour drawings of several specimens. [From W.A. Johnson's note book?]


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"Trinity College School: Old Boys' Association Elect Officers at Annual Meeting." Report of the annual meeting and historical sketch of the Weston School.


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Publisher's announcement for "The Flora of Oxfordshire, Second Edition," by George Claridge Druce.


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List of Osler's(?) expenses during his trip to England and Scotland.


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List of men in the departments of Anatomy, Anatomy and Physiology, Practical Physiology and Histology, and Human Physiology, Jodrell Chair at University College. Signed, T.R. Elliott.


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Certificate marking Osler's attendance at the Obstetrics and Gynaecology clinic for doctors in Vienna during the winter semester 1873-4, signed by Professor C. Braun(?).


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Pamphlet: "Contributions to American Helminthology, No. 1," by R. Ramsay Wright, extracted from Proceeding of the Canadian Institute, New Series, Vol. I, No. I. Reference to animal parasite, "Sphyranura Osleri," named after Osler starting on p. 15.


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"The Graduates' Society of McGill University." The Society has decided to honour Dr. Dawson on his 25th year as Principal of McGill by raising $30,000 to establish "The Dawson Principalship Foundation." Osler served as vice-president of the Society.


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"Two New Genera of Nematodes, with a Note on a Neglected Nematode Structure," by Maurice C. Hall, from the Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol. 59, pp. 541-46. Additional notes by William Francis. [See CUS417/71.2]


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Announcement for the foundation of the McGill Medical Society in 1877 and the list of elected officers. Osler served as president. Includes list of weekly meetings and presentations.


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List of McGill Medical Officers, 1877(?) and extract from Dr. William Gardner's Introductory Lecture, 1879.


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"The Hospital Staff - 1880." Staff list for the Montreal General Hospital.


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Note from the Canada Medical Record, December 1880, ix, p. 65 regarding the disappearance of the smallpox threat in Montreal.


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Rev. W.A. Johnson died in Toronto.


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Extract from an editorial comment in regard to the establishment of the Johns Hopkins, published in Medical News, August 11, 1883, xliii, p. 157.


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"Number Three - The Murderer's Brain." Ogden's account of collecting a brain, for Osler, of a criminal, Moreau, who was hanged in Rimouski, Quebec.


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Index card with reference to E.A. Spitzka's "Study of the brains of six eminent scientists and scholars belonging to the American Anthropometric Society, together with a description of the skull of Prof. E. D. Cope," from the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, n.s., vol. 21, part 3.


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Description of courses in Practical Physiology, Normal Histology, Morbid Anatomy, and Clinical Microscopy open to students [at McGill University] in 1882.


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"McGill University, Montreal. Faculty of Medicine. Primary Examination. Institutes of Medicine, March 20..." Osler served as examiner. "Dr. George Dock, No. 1 600 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis," appears at top of page.


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"McGill University. Faculty of Medicine. Examination in Physiology for the Morrice Scholarship, March 10..." "Dr. George Dock, 600 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis," appears at top of page.


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"McGill University, Montreal. Faculty of Medicine. Summer Session, 1883." Course listings and descriptions. "Dr. George Dock, M.D. 600 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis," appears at top of page.


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Julia Shepley's manuscript notes regarding letters from S. Weir Mitchell to Leidy and Paget.


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Extract from the minutes of the Medical Faculty of McGill University, October 11, 1884. Congratulations to Osler upon his appointment as Chair of Clinical Medicine in Philadelphia, by F.J. Shepherd, Acting Registrar.


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Pamphlet: "The Medical Club or Club of 19." Read to the Club at Dr. Cheston's dinner at the Aldine Hotel, April 11, 1911 by Dr. Tyson.


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Fragment. Information regarding the church affiliations of Dr. Agnew, Dr. Beadle and MacIntosh. [See CUS417/80.53]

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