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Letters sent to Osler, Elizabeth


Date: 
July 7, 1831
From: 
Osler, Featherstone Lake
To: 
Osler, Elizabeth
Abstract: 

Reflections on the life of a sailor. Featherstone offers to lend his sister money for a trip to Swansea. He expresses his admiration for religion, but confesses that he does not often have the opportunity to attend church services.


Date: 
October 6, 1870
From: 
Osler, Featherstone Lake
To: 
Osler, Elizabeth
Abstract: 

Featherstone reports that his son has gone to McGill, where the hospital advantages are better than at Toronto. He would like to give Osler every advantage, but worries about the cost of the school.


Date: 
October 6, 1870
From: 
Osler, Featherstone Lake
To: 
Osler, Elizabeth
Abstract: 

Typescript copy of letter on stationary of Norman B. Gwyn addressed to Harvey Cushing, dated February 3, 1921. Featherstone writes of the sudden death of Nellie's husband. Full length version of CUS417/66.14.


Date: 
January 18, 1871
From: 
Osler, Ellen Mary (Nellie)
To: 
Osler, Elizabeth
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler was sorry to hear of Lizzie's house fire. She renewed her acquaintance with the Lloydtown Willie Osler. Nellie's baby is still delicate, but improving. Chattie is engaged to Charles Herbert Gwyn. William Osler is getting on very well in Montreal and is well-liked by the leading medical men.


Date: 
July 18, 1871
From: 
Osler, Ellen Mary (Nellie)
To: 
Osler, Elizabeth
Abstract: 

Typescript copy of CUS417/67.7 on stationary of Norman B. Gwyn, dated February 3, 1921.