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"Catalogue de la Bibliotèque de L'abbaye de Saint-Victor, an seizième siècle, rédigé par François Rabelais, commenté par le bibliophile Jacob et suivi d'un essai sur les Bibliotèques Imaginaires par Gustave Brunet," Paris, J. Techener. Librarie rue de L'arbre-sec, 52, près la colonnade du Louvre, MDCCCLXII. Additional notes by Osler. Incl. ms. notes.


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Typescript copy of Osler's notes found in Shelley's "Queen Mab," 1813. He received the book as a gift from Mabel Simkins(?).


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Osler's note found in a bound volume of "Quarterly Review" from Revere's Library.


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Osler's tribute to Dr. Charles Arthur Mercier, published in the British Medical Journal.


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"'Oslerisms': Being a collection of medical aphorisms gathered from the bedside teaching of William Osler, M.D., F.R.S., while Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Univ.," by John Bradford Briggs and Henry Wireman Cook. Additional notes by Osler.


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Notes taken from Osler's notebook while traveling in Europe in 1890.


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Notes taken from Osler's pocket notebook, apparently used on a trip to Paris, dated Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1890.


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Notes written by Osler, forwarded by Grace Revere Osler to Cushing. Includes detailed notes on Osler's scheme for a "College of the Book."


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"Relation to Students." Notes written by Osler in fly-leaf of John Bruce MacCallum's pamphlet "On the Mechanism of the Physiological Action of the Cathartics," Berkeley University Press, 1906.


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Preface to the Sixth Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."


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Preface to the Eighth Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."


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Preface to the Second Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."


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Notes by Osler inserted in the Second Edition of "Principles and Practice of Medicine." Incl. ms. notes.


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Preface to the Third Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."


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Preface to the Fourth Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."


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Preface to the Fifth Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine." Incl. ms. notes.


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"Bibliotheca Osleriana. I Introduction. The Collection of a Library," by Osler.


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Copies of catalogue cards from the Harvey section of Osler's Bibliotheca Osleriana. Includes notes by Edward Revere Osler and William Osler.


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Osler's notes found on fly leaf of "Materia Medica Botanica" and "Letters to Thomas Hearne."


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Osler's notes on fly leaf of "Inventum Novum," by Leopoldi Auenbrugger.


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Osler's notes on fly leaf of "A Short Narrative of an Extraordinary Delivery of Rabbets [sic], Performed by Mr. John Howard, Surgeon at Guilford."


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Osler's notes found on fly leaf of "Miss Marjoribanks," by Mrs. Oliphant. Includes list of "Doctors in Fiction" and "Books by Doctors."


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Osler's notes found in "Boorde (Andrewe) 1489?-1549?" Incl. ms. notes.


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Osler's notes concerning "A Journal of the Plague Year" and Daniel Defoe. Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes by H.A. McCallum and Osler on various "Doctors in Fiction."


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Osler's notes written in his copy of "London's Dreadful Visitation..."


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Osler's notes on Rhazes and Bartholomaeus de Zanis.


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Osler's notes and annotations found in his 1st edition copy of "Origin of Species," by Charles Darwin.


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Quotation from Osler's address to the Rhodes Scholars, in Cushing's handwriting.


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Typescript copies of quotations by Osler spoken to a Weston Schoolmate and to the Rhodes Scholars.

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