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Osler's notes at the end of "Tractatus de Pestilentiali ..." Very early and rare tract on Syphilis.


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Extract from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. Section of the History of Medicine. "THE FIRST PRINTED DOCUMENTS RELATING TO MODERN SURGICAL ANAESTHESIA", by Sir William Osler, M.D., F.R.S.


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Extract from manuscripts notes for papers (unpublished) of Osler. "APPEAL TO HIBERNIA".


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Osler's notes on the back of Madan's volume (Records of the Club). Account of a dinner of the Club with the Warden of New College, on November 14, 1918. The Warden spoke of the Armistice, and the Club proceeded then to an election. Details about it. Harry Earle Richards was elected.


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Extract from the Hospital, August 17, 1918, p.433. "MEDICINE IN AMERICA, speech by Sir William Osler, Bart, F.R.S., Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford University".


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Copy of "THE FUTURE OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN CANADA", by Osler.


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Osler's note on the back of the menu card of his first dinner at the Club. Details about the evening. List of the members. Mentions Kippling's reflection and of Newbolt's reminiscences. Edmund Sturdie and Philip Kerr had the majority of the votes.


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Extract from the British Medical Journal, September 13, 1919, pp.363-364. Charles Arthur Mercier Obituary by Osler.


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(from the secretary's notebook). Writing of tuberculosis, Osler said: "tuberculosis is so full of interesting problems, and one of the most important is to get men into the tuberculosis posts who really have scientific training and outlook.".


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Notes written on an envelope containing a short list of books. Osler writes a reminder to look them up and where to do so.

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