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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-140

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140 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT The Lectures are illustrated by preparations from the Museum by recent Dissections and Diagrams of Structure in human and comparative Anatomy by Experiments and by the Demonstration of Objects in the Microscope Students of the first and second years attend these Lectures Demonstrations on Morbid Anatomy will be given during the Winter Session and short course of Lectures during the Summer Session Students of the second and third year attend the Lectures and Demonstrations on Morbid Anatomy Students attending the Lectures on Physiology and General and Morbid Anatomy are strongly recommended to examine the physiological series of preparations in the Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons whenever they have time and it is very desirable they should attend course of'Lectures on Comparative Anatomy and Physiology The text-book used in this class is The Physiological An- atomy and Physiology of Man by Dr Todd and Mr Bowman IV Chemistry An extensive Philosophical Apparatus Mineralogical and Metallurgical Collections valuable Chemical Museum and complete Laboratory are attached to the Chemical Department The Course is divided into two Parts Part comprises preparatory view of the Forces which concur in the production of Chemical Phenomena with de- scription of the non-metallic Elementary Bodies and their Inorganic Compounds This division of the Course which occupies from the begin- ning of October to the end of December is specially adapted to the Matriculation Examination of the University of London and may be attended separately Part II Chemistry of the Metals Organic Products and their Metamorphoses and the Chemical Principles of Physio- It is the primary object of these Lectures throughout not only to verify the results of the reasoning by experimental illustrations but to elucidate the grand Phenomena of Nature and explain the Combinations of Art in the processes of Me-
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