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Worthington Family Fonds
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Greeting card

Christmas card from Major G. K. Addie and officers of the Corps of Guides (M. D. No. 7)


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...

Sketchbook and related items

Series consists of two sketchbooks (1840s?) with caricatures of John Goodsir, Alexander Munro, Robert Knox and William Robertson kept by E. D. Worthington while a medical student, as well as related items.


The first of two Edinburgh student notebooks belonging to Edward Dagge Worthington. It consists mainly of pencil caricatures. This volume contains a drawing of Dr. Robertson of Montreal, one of Knox (labelled by E.D.W.) and two of himself. The loc...


From W. Henry, Quebec, to E. Worthington, Acting Assistant Surgeon, Detachment of 5th Regiment, Lake Temescouata. Reminds Worthington that a Quarterly Report on health of soldiers should accompany quarterly returns.


The second of the pocket sketchbooks belonging to E. D. Worthington. It contains the pencil caricatures of John Goodsir, Knox and Alex Munro. Their location in the book has been indicated with tabs by W. W. Francis. There are some pages of notes t...


Letter from W. Henry(?), Quebec to E. D. Worthington. It refers to his letter of the 17th and tells him he will not be moved from his present post. 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.

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