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Extract from the British Medical Journal : "NOVA ET VETERA- SOME MSS. AND BOOKS IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY ILLUSTRATING THE EVOLUTION OF BRITISH SURGERY- A Demonstration by Sir William Osler before the Association of Provincial Surgeons on the Occasion of its Visit to Oxford (March 27th)."


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Cushing's note.


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Cushing's note mentioning that Osler was at Leicester.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in London that week.


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Cushing's note. He was elected to membership in the Baskerville Club, a book publishing club of Cambridge for encouragement of bibliographical studies. Notes about it.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Paignton.


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Cushing's note. Langley Park.


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Cushing's note. Canadian Hospital.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Aberdeen and stayed with Dr. Mackintosh.


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Cushing's note for October 29th. Osler dined at the Royal Society Club, Trocadero Restaurant, in London.


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Cushing's note. Osler went to the American Hospital in Paignton.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1915.


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Cushing's note. Mentions S.E. Whitnall from McGill University. Notes on the Queen's Canadian Military Hospital, Beechborough Park, Shorncliffe, Duchess of Connaught's Canadian Red Cross Hospital in Taplow.


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Notes. On that day, he gave a survey on the Arterio-Venous Aneurysm at a Symposium on the subject at Radcliffe Infirmary.


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Copy of an extract from the British Medical Journal, August 7, 1915. Mentions that a conference was held at Oxford, under the auspices of the Oxfordshire Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Paignton on that day.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1916.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Cardiff and Swansea with the Royal Commission on Welsh Universities.


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Shorncliffe.


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at the Infirmary. They went to see Mrs. Gotch in laboratory. Discusses with Grace about hastening process of transferring Revere to R.F.A.


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Cushing's note on Henry James' illness. Note on his conferring the Order of Merit. Quotations from letters of Miss Emily Sargent and of Osler.


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Cushing's note. Osler went to Milton-on-Hill.


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Cushing's note. Osler went to London.


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Cf. Note in Bibliotheca Osleriana. He gave the introduction remark on John Ferguson of Glasgow recently dead, a valuable member of the Bibliographical Society.


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Copied extract from the Glasgow Herald, November 25, 1916, which was inserted in the Bibliotheca Chemica. " THE LATE PROFESSOR JOHN FERGUSON- TRIBUTE BY SIR WILLIAM OSLER".


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Cushing's note. Osler sent an obituary notice to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Journal of the death of Miss Louisa Parsons.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1917.


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Extract of "The Rules and List of Members for 1916" of the Athenaeum. (P.562, volume II). Osler relates an election at the Athenaeum. Donald Armour, Guy Laking and John Scott Haldane were among the candidates.


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Cushing's note relating to Osler's appreciation of Mercier. Details on the reasons why Osler wrote the review of Mercier's "Spiritualism of Sir Oliver Lodge", though he was just a friend in general. Cushing noted that Osler had small opinion of Oliver Lodge.


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Cushing's note on Osler's review on the Index Catalogue of the Surgeon-General's Library. Osler's note on it.

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