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Osler Library Worthington Family Fonds Item
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Letter from Gunner, De Aar, S.A. to? He writes of his experiences in South Africa. Reference is made to Sir Charles Warren, Methuen and an unnamed colonel of whom he is very critical. At the top of the page is typed 'Canadian Staff Officer an...

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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...

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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.

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Letter from Wm. Osler to Dr. Worthington. It also concerns the proxies and the unpaid subscription. He says that Worthington's name had been entered as E.H. or E.P. and LaRue thought it was the son. Handwritten.

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To May Werthington, Toronto, from her husband Norreys Worthington, on military service in South Africa.

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From J. Smith, Staff Surgeon', Quebec to Edward Worthington, Acting Captain Surgeon, 68th Light in Pantry, Riviere du Loup requesting names of men to be sent back to England for discharge or change of Climate.

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Letter from E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke to W. W. Francis, Sherbrooke, on the letterhead of E. B. Worthington, LL. B. Notary Public. It concerns Worthington's correspondence with Dr. Heagerty, Director Public Health. Canada.

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Letter from J. J. Heagerty, Sherbrooke to E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke, on the letterhead of the Department of Pensions and National Health. The director of Public Health Services refers to the letter written by Dr. Gellie to Dr. Skey and states ...

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Letter from F. G. Hoyloak, Leicester to Col. Worthington on the letterhead of the Canadian Ex-Servicemen's Association of Great Britain. Hoyloak thanks Worthington for his gift to the Association. Typed.

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Letter believed to be from Norreys Worthington, De Aar to?. It has the words 'Intelligence Officer Scored' at the top of the page and it begins 'A member of D & E Batteries... has the following regard to these two batteries bein...

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