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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-161

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 161 In October First half of the Medical Fees £32 First half of the Hospital Fees 15 15 Medical Tutor One Year Matriculation Fees 15 55 14 In January Second half of Medical Fees 32 Second half of Hospital Fees 15 15 47 15 Total amount necessary to defray the cost of Lectures required by the College of Surgeons and the Society of £103 Apothecaries and of the Medical Tutor for One Year Should any one prefer entering at once as perpetual Student to evert Course of Instruction given in this Department except the Laboratories and the Courses of Logic and Natural Philosophy the charge will be as follows In October First half of Medical Fees £38 First half of Hospital Fees 15 15 Medical Tutor One Year Matriculation 15 62 In January Second half of Medical Fees 38 Second half of Hospital Fees 15 15 -1 54 Total amount necessary to defray the cost of entering as ---- perpetual Student to every Course of Instruction given £110 in this Department except as above Or £2 125 6rf more including the Logic and Natural Philosophy Courses XI Arrangements have been made for apprenticing upon moderate terms such Students as maybe intended for General Practice to Member of the Society of Apothecaries resident within convenient distance of the College and for affording the requisite instruction in Practical Pharmacy XII Medical officers of the Army and Navy both in the Queen's service and in that of the East India Company being already qualified to practise by an English Diploma are admitted gratuitously μ the Hospital and to all the Lectures delivered in the Medical Department upon bringing recoimnen- dation from lite hea'ls of their respective departments Student3 of the Royal Academy are admitted gratuitously to the Lectures on Anatomy upon bringing recommendation from member or from an Associate of the Academy
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