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Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919
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Letter, October 26, 1914

Letter from Malcolm Letts, 8, Bartlett's Buildings, Holburn Circus, London, England, to William Osler. Letter inserted in "A Catalogue of the Libraries of the Learned Sir Thomas Browne..." Letts accepts an offer to come to Oxford to peruse Osler's vast collection of Sir Thomas Browne's works. He has not had luck locating a copy of the Sale Catalogue and has had to work form the copy at the British Museum.

Letter, September 8, 1914

Letter from Lord E. L. Sherbroen, Sherborne House, Northleach, England, to William Osler. "Notes in books" Letter inserted in "A Catalogue of the Libraries of the Learned Sir Thomas Browne..." Sherborne thanks Osler for sending a copy of the "Religio Medici." He will send a photograph of his portrait of Sir Thomas Browne to Osler.

Letter, July 22 (?)

Letter from Rosamund B. Gotch, The Lawn, England, to William Osler. Gotch will send Osler a copy of "Pseudodoxia Epidemica" by Sir Thomas Browne. Additional notes by Osler.

Gotch, Rosamund Brunel Horsley

Letter, September 14, 1919

Letter from Geoffrey Keynes, Grove House, Hollywood Road, London, England, to William Osler. Keynes reports on the progress of his Sir Thomas Browne Bibliography. After writing the first draft, Cosmas has retired from working on the book and has gone off to the country to become a farmer, leaving Keynes to do the rest alone. Keynes writes of his own career and the birth of his son.

Keynes, Geoffrey, 1887-1982

Letter, May 4, 1919

Letter from Geoffrey Keynes, Darnall's Hall, Weston, Stevenage, England, to William Osler. Keynes is glad that Osler enjoyed his pamphlet on Elizabeth Lyttelton's Commonplace Book. He will send a pamphlet to the Bodleian Library and to Professor Monro [D.B. Munro?].

Keynes, Geoffrey, 1887-1982

Letter, April 29, 1919

Letter from Geoffrey Keynes to William Osler. Keynes sends Osler three copies of his pamphlet on Elizabeth Lyttelton's Commonplace Book. He wished that he had known Osler was giving a lecture on Sir Thomas Browne.

Keynes, Geoffrey, 1887-1982

Letter, January 5, 1919

Letter from Geoffrey Keynes, 32, Wemyss Road, Blackheath, England, to William Osler. "Notes in books" Keynes writes of a new fragment by Sir Thomas Browne, which he and Cosmas found in a Commonplace Book. Keynes asks for further information and resources on Browne from Osler's collection. Cosmas nearly died in the last battle, but is now recovering well.

Keynes, Geoffrey, 1887-1982

Letter, December 4, 1912

Letter from Frederic Johnson, 8, Theatre Street, Norwich, England, to William Osler. Johnson discusses details of his project to collate "Religio Medici" manuscripts.

Johnson, Frederic

Letter, December 11, 1912

Letter from Frederic Johnson, 8, Theatre Street, Norwich, England, to William Osler. Johnson writes of matters relating to his project to collate Sir Thomas Browne's "Religio Medici" manuscripts.

Johnson, Frederic

Letter, November 27, 1912

Letter from Frederic Johnson, 8, Theatre Street, Norwich, England, to William Osler. Johnson reports on his progress with the collation of Sir Thomas Browne's "Religio Medici" manuscripts. He believes it would take him a month of straight work to do everything Osler has asked of him. He discusses the details of his fee for completing the task.

Johnson, Frederic

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