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Worthington Family Fonds
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Admission card

Admission card to the opening of Parliament, issued to Mrs. Arthur Norrys Worthington, with reply slip.


Souvenir booklet for 62nd Regiment, Saint John Fusiliers, showing portraits of officers.

Campaign Advertisement

Campaign advertisement entitled "Souvenir of the great Conservative rally, Sherbrooke". It includes a black and white, head and shoulders picture of A. N. Worthington but does not say it is him. Printed.


Card by Dr. T. McKenzie describing the illness of A. N. Worthington. It is signed by Dr. G. W. Ross; J. Caven, Toronto; Dr. Martin, Montreal and Dr. Pasmenter, Buffalo. In the top right corner E.B. Worthington(?) has written "dear little Asheton". Handwritten.


A printe card from the St. Francis Medical Association to Dr. A.N. Worthington and concerns a meeting of the former. Handwritten & Printed.


A typed card to accompany item 1/3. It gives some background information of E.D. Worthington and Robert Knox. There is a reference made to Worthington's book Reminiscenses and to the Burke and Hare murders (1828).


Certificate issued by the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh to Edward D. Worthington stating that he had an Annual ticket for the hospital dated 1st Nov. 1841-1st Nov. 1842 and that he signed the Album for nine periods. It is signed by A. McDougall. Handwritten.


A handmade certificate in red and black done by the officers and constables of "Q" Division for Mr. & Mrs. Autrobus who were being transferred from the command of that Division. Signed by the Maple Creek Assoc. and in the right hand bottom corner are the initials G.V.T.(?). Handwritten.

Certificates (copy)

A xeroxed copy made of the eight certificates obtained by E. D. Worthington while attending Medical School in Edinburgh.

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