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Extract from Cushing's diary. Went the night before to The Club as Raleigh's guest. Notes on The Club. Account of the evening. Osler told of his plans for the Revere Library in Baltimore and of his Bibliotheca Osleriana.


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Extract from Cushing's diary. Details on the Assyrian Medical Tablet.


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Cushing's notes: Osler would not cling to life. He told Mrs. Futcher he would die of pneumonia. Osler endorsed the phrase, "To get things done one must be content not to get the credit for them."


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Cushing's notes: from T. Archibald Malloch's diary , repetition of 130.105.2 . Osler wrote in Religio Medici, "Comes via vitaequae". Osler drafted the paragraph in the Urn Burial. Progress of illness. T. Archibald Malloch used to read him Kipling, Walter Pater and others. recounts Osler saying just before sleep, "He was a fine boy".


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Cushing's notes: Seven pages of extracts on or about Sir Thomas Browne and his influence on Osler's life, including an extract by Sir J. Hain Friswell.


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Cushing's notes: extracts from Journal of T. Archibald Malloch on progress of illness, Grace Revere Osler reads him "Marius the Epicurean."


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Cushing's notes: arrival of rare issues of "Boston Medical and Surgical Journal." Reprint from the "Proceedings of the R.S.M.", THE FIRST PRINTED DOCUMENTS RELATING TO MODERN SURGICAL ANAESTHESIA, by Sir William Osler.


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Cushing's notes: W.W. Francis reads Milton's "Nativity "on Christmas Eve. Osler unable to hear it all as it reminded him of Revere.


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Cushing's notes: from Grace Revere Osler on progress of Osler's illness.


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Cushing's notes: scraps from Osler's pocket note-book.


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Cushing's notes: Grace Revere Osler's recollection of books and poetry read by Osler before his death, Samuel Butler, "Life of Swinburne", "History of American Literature", Charles Lamb, Mathew Arnold "Essays", "Literary Studies" (Charles Whibley) Plutarch's "Lives", various short essays


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Cushing's notes: summary of letters from Grace Revere Osler to T. Archibald Malloch about Osler's health.


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Cushing's notes; lists by date, progress of Osler's illness, visits of Hale-White, A.G. Gibson.


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Cushing's notes: re Armistice Day, report from Grace Revere Osler to T. Archibald Malloch on Osler's health.


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Cushing's notes: THE FUTURE OF GRADUATE EDUCATION IN LONDON, from the "British Medical Journal", October 4 ,1919, p.448.


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Cushing's notes: Osler wished T. Archibald Malloch to read from Gaston de Latour chapter on visit to Montaigne.


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Cushing's notes from "In Memoriam: Sir William Osler." by Sir Herbert Warren, K.C.V.O.


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Cushing's notes: description of Christ Church , description of coffin and its placement during funeral.

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