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Cushing's note. Magdalen College, cf. memorial on Prince of Wales.


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Cushing's note. Extract from a catalogue, send to Weir Mitchell in December 1912, concerning a copy of Celsus "De Medicina" of 1478. Osler wrote a remark, asking to "bleed the Fellows of the College (of Physicians of Philadelphia), inciting them to buy that copy. J.C. Wilson bought it January 4th, 1913. See the note at the bottom of the page 342, volume II.


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Cushing's note for March 8th. Mentions a meeting at Exams Schools in Oxford, under the Vice-Chancellor. There had been a resolution to form a committee, proposed by the Royal Society.


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Cushing's note. A reference to Garrison's Life. April 25th. List of those who spoke at the memorial meeting for John S. Billings at the New York Public Library. Note on Osler's activities on May 2nd. There was a dinner given by the Bibliographical Society to William Osler at the University club. Osler gave a copy of the Religio Medici on that occasion. Mentions the people in attendance.


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Cushing's note. Extract from the Oxford Magazine, March 1st, 1914. Osler wrote that July 30, at Sotheby's, they bought a letter from Locke to Edward Clarke of Shipley. Details about it.


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Cushing's note. Details on their holiday in Scotland, their itinerary, and the people they met. It helped him to write p.375, volume II.


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Cushing's note. The Oslers went on that date to the Culag Hotel, Lochinver (Sutherland).


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities. He was in Glencoe with Strathcona on September 1st.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities. Mention of Dundee and of Dr. Sinclair.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the 22nd.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on that day.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities. It mentions that Sherrington was appointed to the Wayneflete Professorship of Physiology to succeed Gotch, November 7, 1913.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on these dates. He had a cold on the 14th and stay in bed. On the 15th, it is mentioned : Children's Clinic Club.


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Cushing's note mentioning November 19th and Sheffield.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities. The new building of the Radcliffe Infirmary opened on that day.


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Cushing's note, Osler was in London.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on these dates. Mention: Laid up paté at Carter's dinner.


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Cushing's note on Osler activities in 1914


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Cushing's note mentioning the Cardiff Medical School.


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Cushing's note. Osler went to London on that day to see Asquith.


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Cushing's note saying that Osler was in London the week of 11th to the 17th.


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Cushing's note. Cambridge, to confer the degrees. June 10th, Roger Bacon Commemoration.


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Cushing's note. Reference to volume III, 2nd edition of Modern Medicine.


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Cushing's note. Notes on the historical context in Europe.


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Cushing's biographical note on Lord Strathcona who died January 21st.


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Reprint from the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. "PRESENTATION OF A PORTRAIT OF SIR WILLIAM OSLER, M.D., F.R.S."


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Cushing's note. A reference note to the Medical Clinic.


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Cushing's note. Reference to the volume II, 2nd edition of Modern Medicine.


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Cushing's note. He had seen the Prince of Wales on that day.


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Cushing's note, mentioning London Sales.

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