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Index of items sent by Osler, Ellen


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler would have written to Osler sooner about his accident but did not receive his letter immediately. She is thinking about coming to Toronto, and may come to Weston to see Osler and bring him some socks. She reports that Charlottie is better but still not strong, and that the rest of the family is doing well.


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler would have written to Osler sooner about his accident but did not receive his letter immediately. She is thinking about coming to Toronto, and may come to Weston to see Osler and bring him some socks. She reports that Charlottie is better but still not strong, and that the rest of the family is doing well.


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler worries about Osler's accident but believes he was in the best of hands for treatment and nursing. She mentions that Gertie's wedding went well. She gives news of the house and family: Amy and Trevor are staying with them for a few weeks, Chattie has a cold, and the Whately children will return to them tomorrow.


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler worries about Osler's accident but believes he was in the best of hands for treatment and nursing. She mentions that Gertie's wedding went well. She gives news of the house and family: Amy and Trevor are staying with them for a few weeks, Chattie has a cold, and the Whately children will return to them tomorrow.


Date: 
April 19, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Copy of a segment of P111.6. Note explaining the "unfortunate affair": the Weston incident involved the boys living in the town boardinghouse smoking out the very objectionable proprietress. They were summoned and appeared before a magistrate and were fined.


Date: 
April 19, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Copy of a segment of P111.6. Note explaining the "unfortunate affair": the Weston incident involved the boys living in the town boardinghouse smoking out the very objectionable proprietress. They were summoned and appeared before a magistrate and were fined.


Date: 
April 19, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler heard from Hennie that Olser had been with her on his way to Lloyd-town. She comments on the unfortunate affair of the boys all being brought into public notice in a disreputable manner as the result of a prank at school. She reports that they have started gardening in the warm weather, and wishes to know about all the things Osler gets at Walkers.


Date: 
April 19, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler heard from Hennie that Olser had been with her on his way to Lloyd-town. She comments on the unfortunate affair of the boys all being brought into public notice in a disreputable manner as the result of a prank at school. She reports that they have started gardening in the warm weather, and wishes to know about all the things Osler gets at Walkers.


Date: 
May 30, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler apologizes for not having written Osler in a while, and explains that there has been much work to do around the house. She gives news of the family, and is pleased to hear of Osler's interest in joining the Church. She gives Osler advice regarding the Church and religion in general.


Date: 
May 30, 1866
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler apologizes for not having written Osler in a while, and explains that there has been much work to do around the house. She gives news of the family, and is pleased to hear of Osler's interest in joining the Church. She gives Osler advice regarding the Church and religion in general.


Date: 
March 27, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Copy of a segment of P111.7. Note explaining Osler's error: it involved a reminder to a forgetful undergraduate at Trinity.


Date: 
March 27, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Copy of a segment of P111.7. Note explaining Osler's error: it involved a reminder to a forgetful undergraduate at Trinity.


Date: 
March 27, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler chastises Osler for an error in etiquette and gives him advice for the future. She has heard of Frank and that he had a nice voyage to Caldero. She mentions her cold. She will look out for Osler next week; she wants Nellie to stay as long as she can in Toronto. She encloses a V note which Osler can let Nellie know he's received.


Date: 
March 27, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler chastises Osler for an error in etiquette and gives him advice for the future. She has heard of Frank and that he had a nice voyage to Caldero. She mentions her cold. She will look out for Osler next week; she wants Nellie to stay as long as she can in Toronto. She encloses a V note which Osler can let Nellie know he's received.


Date: 
May 20, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler writes a quick note to Osler to tell him how proud the whole family is to see "Osler 1st" so many times in the paper. She will write him another longer letter as soon as she finds the time.


Date: 
May 20, 1868
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler writes a quick note to Osler to tell him how proud the whole family is to see "Osler 1st" so many times in the paper. She will write him another longer letter as soon as she finds the time.


Date: 
January 17, 1889
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler apologizes for having gone so long without writing. She reports that Alec was removed to Lindsay. She comments on the striking nature of the contrast in clippings. She urges Osler not to overwork himself, and mentions the death of C. Bath.


Date: 
January 17, 1889
From: 
Osler, Ellen
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Ellen Osler apologizes for having gone so long without writing. She reports that Alec was removed to Lindsay. She comments on the striking nature of the contrast in clippings. She urges Osler not to overwork himself, and mentions the death of C. Bath.