Osler compliments Adami on his paper on perirenal lipomata, published in the Montreal Medical Journal, and asks that he send a reprint of it to Kelly.
Osler thanks Adami for the list which he returns with the ones marked he would like. Asks news about the Journal. Asks if anything has been heard from Macphail.
Osler thanks Adami for providing a report on his [Adami's] lecture delivered at McGill in January, 1893. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler arranges to meet Adami at the American Association of Physicians meeting in Washington. Stewart and Wilkins are also expected at the meeting.
Travel arrangements for Adami's first visit to Baltimore.
Civilities. He comments on the work of Johnston. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler congratulates Adami on his engagement to Mary Cantlie. Includes additional notes by Adami.
Osler writes of the trouble he is having preparing an address, possibly for the opening of the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler asks Adami for information on medical cases. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler thanks Adami for his words of congratulations upon the birth of his son. He declines a dinner invitation as he is to deliver an address in Philadelphia on the 24th. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler refers to a specimen at the McGill museum that could provide insight into a current case he is handling.
Osler writes of medical cases and of upcoming "Congress" meetings in Montreal and Toronto. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler requests a copy of an essay on Haemorrhagic Typhoid written by two of Adami's colleagues. Additional notes by Adami. Incl. ms. notes.
Arrangements for the meeting of the British Medical Association in Montreal. Additional notes by Adami. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler writes of Adami's impressive work on Cirrhosis. He thanks Adami for his words of congratulations regarding his appointment as Fellow of the Royal Society. He is working on a third revision of his text book. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler comments on papers written by and recommended by Adami regarding Hepatitis.
Allbutt is expected in Baltimore later on in the month, however, Osler is heading to the mountains to recuperate from Bronchitis during that time. He hopes the Allbutts will use his house while he is gone. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler sends his best wishes to Adami's ailing wife, Mary Cantlie. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler reports that Adami's paper went off very well at the Edinburgh meeting of the B.M.A. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler extends his sympathies for the death of Kanthack. He is happy to hear that the health of Adami's wife, Mary Cantlie, has greatly improved. Additional notes by Adami. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler requests that Adami send an editorial to the Philadelphia Medical Journal regarding Kanthack.
Osler asks after Adami's wife, Mary Cantlie. He was not able to attend the Washington meeting on account of the illness of his brother B.B. Osler and family are planning to spend the summer in London and Swanage.
Osler expresses his sympathy over the loss of Adami's uncle, W.J. Leech. Osler believes that spending time in Banff will be very beneficial to Mrs. Adami's health. Additional notes by Adami. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler writes that he knows nothing of Rutherford and that the association between Leyden and Edinburgh has always been close. He plans to travel to Holland over the summer to explore old book shops and to visit Leyden. He writes that Linacre's works are excessively rare, especially in England. He mentions that he will look after Haszard when he comes [to Baltimore?]. Additional notes by Adami. Incl. ms. notes.
Osler asks Adami to call S. Weir Mitchell and party when they pass through Montreal on their way to Japan. Mitchell would like to see the Royal Victoria Hospital.
Osler writes that it would have been hard to pass over Roddick as Dean of the Medical Faculty of McGill. Osler has just returned from Michigan, where they spoke highly of Adami's recent visit. He hopes that Adami's text book is coming along well. Osler believes that Adami will find Woolley a very intelligent and fine fellow. Additional notes by Adami.
Arrangements for Adami's upcoming visit to Baltimore.
Osler writes of Reed and Sternberg. He is surprised that Adami agreed to attend the Tuberculosis Congress in New York. He writes of members of and candidates for the Royal Society. Additional notes by Adami.
Osler does not think he should publicly announce his absence from the Tuberculosis Congress in New York. He plans to deliver an address at the meeting of the Canadian Medical Association. Additional notes by Adami.
Arrangements for Adami's application to the Royal Society of Physicians. Allbutt is taking care of most of the signatures, and says that Schäfer, Sherrington, Fisher, and Bradford are in support of Adami. Additional notes by Adami.