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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-215

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 215 with the general plan upon which these are constructed and the functions and relations of their most important organs To promote the study of Natural History as most important adjunct or preliminary to liberal medical education that of Comparative Anatomy Zoology or Botany if properly cultivated by means of specimens for even short period being eminently calculated to develop habits of close observation and to strengthen those powers of reasoning upon observed facts which must be habitually exercised by medical men everywhere but which must be exercised with the greatest energy and promptitude by those who practice in tropical climate and who are often thrown wholly upon their own resources The general examination in these sciences will be elementary and will embrace very limited range of technical terms At the written examination considerable number of questions will be put with the view of allowing each Candidate to select such subjects as he has attended to and thereby of enabling the Examiners to ascertain the particular departments of science in which the verbal examination should be conducted With those Candidates who have attained proficiency in any branch of these sciences the verbal examination will be pursued in the branch selected so as to ascertain the full extent of their knowledge
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