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Date: 
September 30, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is on his return; he was busy with a cable at the door, which he sent on at once. He asks Malloch if he thinks he should go out.


Date: 
July 24, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler hopes that Malloch's leave will not come while he is away. He gives his whereabouts for future dates. He asks Malloch to let him know when he will be over. His Classical Association Address is January 7th. He sends love to Bill and Martin, and asks Malloch to bring over any material.


Date: 
August 23, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler has heard about Bill from Holmes and has written to Chisholm. He doesn't believe there will be any difficulty in getting work in England. He requests that Malloch sends on the endocarditis paper as soon as possible.


Date: 
August 26, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler hopes Bill will get over to England soon. He writes of a case of "Mrs. H.", who has had anisocoria for eight years.


Date: 
April 28, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is sorry to hear that Bill is laid up. He reports that the anaesthesia section of the Catalogue has been finished. MacAlister has sent Osler reprints of many books which he will keep for Malloch. Osler writes that he has a lot of reading to do for the Presidential Address as President of the Classical Association. He is the first Doctor to have been chosen, and takes it as a compliment but also a burden.


Date: 
April 17, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler thanks Malloch for Cabanes. He relays Sir D. MacAlister's, compliments on Malloch's book. Osler asks Malloch if he has heard anything of the Occupation paper. He reports that the Catalogue is booming.


Date: 
April 4, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler had previously enclosed a letter from W.G. Macallum about the pneumonia epidemic in Texas, but it was not receievd by Malloch. Osler gives news of Rhea; he recommends that Rhea go somewhere for three months.


Date: 
March 3, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is glad that Malloch has had the chance to see Paris. He thanks Malloch for sending back the book. He writes of new additions to the catalogue.


Date: 
March 23, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler encloses a letter from W.G. Macallum, and asks Malloch to write to Macallum. Osler has been sick in bed lately. He gives news of Charlie Bath and John Archibald. He asks Malloch if he has seen Rist.


Date: 
March 16, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler would like to find the originial edition of the "Physiologie du Gout". He is sorry to hear that Malloch has had a slow time lately. Osler repors that he has been "on the jump".


Date: 
February 29, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is delighted to hear that Malloch is going to Paris. He encourages Malloch to see Pierre Marie and Dr. Rist. He encloses letters (P107.50)


Date: 
February 27, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Rist, Dr.
Abstract: 

Osler introduces Rist and Malloch.


Date: 
February 7, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler writes that Finch & Baines is a bully book to Grangarize. He requests that Malloch asks Mr. R if he was written on the subject. He writes that all goes well, and sends his love.


Date: 
September 25, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is back at work and still grieves Revere's death. He will get a specimen page of each section of his library and of the index. Miss Walpole has gone to the Athenaeum but he will try to get someone else to help. He encourages Malloch to push on with the Pneumonia work.


Date: 
January 7, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler compliments Malloch on his paper. He encourages Malloch to get together the Pneumonia work, and asks him if he has seen the Typhoid spine case at Taplow. The catalogue goes well, and the Incunabula list is complete.


Date: 
September 10, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler is sad that Malloch's heart is troubled. He gives words of encouragement and assures Malloch that he is worthy of the very best.


Date: 
August 1, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler sends a lovely review of Finch & Baines by Adami. He is busy working on the textbook, and trying to finish the Incunabula article. He sends his love to Malloch. He has heard good word from Isaac, who is pounding away in the mud.


Date: 
May 8, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler suggests the J.H.H. Bull and the new Journal of the History of Medicine, and gives an address. The first edition comes out this month. He has not heard from Revere in 10 days.


Date: 
September 1, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler writes of Revere's death and his own grief. He sends love to Malloch and writes that he has a few more reviews of Finch & Baines.


Date: 
April 12, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler writes that the review of Finch & Baines in the Times Literary Supplement will sell the book; he thinks Shipley must have written it.


Date: 
March 26, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler has sent copies to Moor, the College of Physicians, and the Royal Society of Medicine. He writes that all is well with him and Rever, and that Norman has just arrived.


Date: 
March 30, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler congratulates Malloch on his new love interest. He heard from Moore yesterday that he was delighted with his copy of Finch & Baines.


Date: 
February 26, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler discusses the price of Malloch's book, and reassures Malloch that whatever the cost, the money has been well expended in what he's gotten out of it in education. Osler is struggling with Almanacs and Prognistisms.


Date: 
March 14, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler asks Malloch for a list of people to whom he is sending a copy of F. & B. He gives news of Revere, and of his own work.


Date: 
March 2, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler informs Malloch that there is a nice slip from the Times Literary Supplement. Osler has not heard from Isaac for 10 days, and fears he is up the line again.


Date: 
November 2, 1916
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

[Copy of CUS417/122.40] Osler asks Malloch to tell Clay and Sons to send him the proofs. Mr. Cust was very pleased with his joint papers. He reports that work on the Incunabula is almost finished. He gives news of Revere, and writes that he is worried about the Jones row.


Date: 
August 10, 1916
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler reports that Waller has sent a specimen page. He sends his love to Billy Francis, and reports the death of Blackader's son, who died of gangrene of the lung.


Date: 
February 17, 1917
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler writes that an advance copy of Finch and Baines has come. He congratulates Malloch on his work. He will see to a good review of it in the Lancet and will ask Mr. Clay to hurry a copy of it to Malloch's father, who will be delighted.


Date: 
May 12, 1916
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler lets Malloch know that F. & B. has arrived and will be deposited in the safe. He asks Malloch if he has heard anything of the publications, and wishes him luck in getting settled at McGill. He requests that Malloch keep an eye out for Billy Francis at McGill, and asks if there is anything he can send.


Date: 
March 26, 1916
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Notes written on an envelope containing a short list of books. Osler writes a reminder to look them up and where to do so.

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