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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1861-1862-165

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 165 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 may be attended separately Part II Chemistry of the Metals Organic Products and their Metamorphoses and the Chemical Principles of Physio- logy 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- tallurgy of the Pharmacopoeia of the principal Manufactures and of Domestic Economy The text-book used in this Class is Dr Miller's Elements of Chemistry Materia Medica and Therapeutics In this Course an account is given of the natural history chemical composition and mode of action of the Substances used as Medicines The Lectures are illustrated by Experiments by the Drugs and Pharmaceutical Preparations presented to King's College by the Society of Apothecaries by the late Sir Henry Halford Bart by Messrs Savory and Moore and by other liberal friends of the College The Museum is further enriched by the collection of the late Professor Royle and has an exten- sive series of coloured drawings of plants Collection of Materia Medica has been formed expressly for the use of Students VI Principles and Practice of Surgery This Course is illustrated by Preparations Models Casts and Drawings and by recent Specimens of the effects of surgical disease or injury
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