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"They Promise Free trade!" Handbill alleging Mat Liberal candidate for Sherbrooke declared mat the Liberal for Government, if re-erected, would institute Free Trade, and that mills in the Townships would close as a result.


Announces Conservative party meeting, held at town hall, Lennoxville, "Saturday, 8pm"; Dr. Worthington and other speakers hennoxville.


Indenture of Edward Worthington to James Douglas. It outlines the terms of E.D.W.'s apprenticeship to be taught and instructed in profession of Physician and Surgeon. City of Quebec". It is signed by Josiah Hunt. At the bottom of the las...

Journal Extract

An extract from the Journal of the History of Medicine 19: facing p. 72. It shows three of Worthington's caricatures, Goodsir, Knox and Munro, and has a brief description of them at the bottom of the page. Typed.


Lecture on the "History of Medicine" by E. D. Worthington. It is incomplete and the pages are tied together with a piece of cord. Handwritten.

Ledger Sheet

Ledger sheet with names and amounts of money entered beside. Some of the names have the initials W.EI. in blue written before and some have the initials PR in red. The names have been individually signed. At the top of the sheet is the number 88.2...

Ledger Sheets

A series of ledger sheets (8) entitled the Inhabitants of town of Sherbrooke. The amounts of money collected and names are listed. The money is to present E. D. Worthington with a testimonial as a medical practitioner. Handwritten.


Letter from Thomas Smith, Quebec. There is no salutation. This is to certify that E. D. Worthington has been attached to the army in Canada as acting Assistant Surgeon for the past 18 months. The Staff Surgeon describes his work habits as being at...


Letter from Col. Pearkes to Col. Worthington on the letterhead of the Department of National Defence, Ottawa, Canada. Col. Pearkes thanks Col. Worthington for sending him Col. Molson's treatise on court marshals. The paper is cut in half. Typed.


Letter from (Signature undeciferable) to Hon. A.P. Caron. This is addressed to the Minister of Militia and adds to what was stated by Major Morehouse with reference to the 53rd Battalion. He states that the officers cannot be judged by Queen'...

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