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Cushing's note for July 15. Osler has been nominated as Censor R.C.P. at the Council Meeting but he declined.


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Cushing's note for Saturday the 28th to Monday 30th of July. He was in Sheffield for the British Medical Association meeting.


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Cushing's note for the week of the 9th to the 15th : He was in Scotland. On the week of the16th to the 22th, they were at the Lakes.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the week of the 27th of September. He arrived in Paris October 1st, stayed at the Hotel du Palais and then at 44, Avenue d' Iena, Marguerite Chapin's apartment. He stayed there until January 14th.


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Cushing's note for October 4th. Mentions a warning sent to the Editors of the Lancet from William Osler concerning a man who pretends to be his nephew and bleed money from doctors. rf. Lancet, 1908, ii, p. 1268.


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Cushing's note for the period from October 8th to December 23th 1908. Notes on Osler's references from the Bibliotheque nationale. Osler's note on a manuscript of Jerome Delanone.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the 12th of October. Details on his search for a place to stay in Paris. Anecdote on the arrival of Mrs. Osler at 44, d'Iena which can be read on p. 137, volume II.


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Cushing's note for October 13th. It says "Grace came today and we immediately moved to Marguerite C (Chapin)'s apartment."


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1909.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the January 15, 1909, extract from his account-book. He left Paris for Cannes. Suffered from tonsillitis. Stayed at the Mont Fleury Hotel.


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Clipping from the Bibliographical Society, December 1909 on a paper read by Osler on "The Library of Robert Burton." Attached to it, there is an extract from the Transactions of the Bibliographical Society giving the summary of Osler's lecture.


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Cushing's note on Osler at Cannes. Dr. Sanders told him to take some Calomel. He said that medical practice was different depending if he treated an American Lady (who traveled with Osler's Practice of Medicine) or an English one. Event described on p.158 volume II.


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Cushing's note dated December 1. Notes from obituary notice of Thomas Jones Prout, in Oxford Magazine, 4 November 1909. Extract from an unidentified journal "EMPIRE'S DUTIES- WHAT SCIENCE HAS DONE FOR CIVILISATION. ADDRESS BY DR. OSLER." It is an account of the inaugural address of the Winter session at the London School of Tropical Medicine, October 26, 1909.


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Cushing's note on George Dock's reminiscences of the guest rooms of the Osler's house in Oxford. There were two guest rooms nicknamed "Philadelphia" and "Baltimore".


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Cushing's note taken in Osler's account-book. February 9, Went to Rome at the Hotel Royal. Details on his sore throat in Cannes.


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Cushing's note. Osler's notes on book in 1909. Mention of the Catalogue de la Bibliotheque de feu Le Duc D. Mario Massimo de Rignano. Details on the prices. Anecdote on the Duc.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1909.


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Cushing's note. Letter from William W. Francis to Cushing giving information about Rev. Henry Marriott Bannister and on the Contessa Andreozzi, nee Alice Horwitz. Says that he found the manuscripts of his two Burton papers. Anecdote about Osler saying that Bannister was the only genuine amphibian Catholic. G.R.O. says that Osler was not working at the Vatican Library.


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Cushing's note on the Vatican Reading Room. Note on Bannister. Extract from Osler's note-book describing his visit to the reading room, which can be read on p.162, volume II.


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Cushing's note. Extract from Osler's note book on the Bibliotheca Lancisiana in Rome which he visited with G. Bastianelli.


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Cushing's note about a dedication from Osler in the 1543 Vesalius given to the Medical Library at McGill University from Osler. Note on the first edition of Vesalius, 1543 signed by Osler.


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Cushing's note taken from Osler's diary in 1909.


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Cushing's note on Osler's visit to Bologna. Extracts from Osler's note book on his visit to the University Library.


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Cushing's note. Extract of Osler's note book on the Bibliotheca San Marco, in Venice on the 29th of March.


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Cushing's note from Osler note book. Comments on the library in Pavia.


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Cushing's note for Osler's activities on April 5th. He went from Milan to London.


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Cushing's note from Osler note book. He had a heavy cold and was in bed from the 10th to the 13th. Description of the symptoms. Has to give up his passage on the 14th.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on May 13th. Dedication of the new library. Anecdote on Osler's visit to the nurses' home at Johns Hopkins. He asked where Mrs. Robb's portrait was.


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Cushing's note on a reference from Jacobs' letter, June 30, 1909. The Jacobs' plaque by Vernon on which it is written : William Osler to whom in a testimonial of admiration and affection this Hall is dedicated.


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Cushing's note. Extract from Osler's note book. He came back from Montreal June 25th by the Empress of India. W.W. Francis and Marjorie Howard were with him.

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