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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-175

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medical department 175 kinds of Bandages and Surgical Apparatus with his own hands under the direction of the Assistant Surgeon Fee for the Course 11 Is XX Demonstrations on the Use of the Microscope in Clinical Investigation This Course which includes the Microscopical and Chemical examination of the various fluid Secretions and certain Solid Organs is given by Professor Beale From eight to ten microscopical specimens will be shown during each demonstration Practitioners and students in at least their third year are alone permitted to attend The Course is free to present and past Students of King's College Gentlemen not connected with the School pay fee of 21 2s Section II museums Curator -Conway Evans The Museums are under the general superintendence of the Dean of the Medical Department They consist of Collec- tions of objects illustrative of every department of Anatomy Human and Comparative Healthy and Morbid of Materia Medica Botany Chemistry Toxicology Mineralogy Geology and other branches of Natural History also of Collections of Diagrams amounting to upwards of 000 in number for illustrating the Lectures on these various subjects The Collection of Human Anatomy comprises large number of wet preparations models and casts presented by the late Dr Hooper and Green Esq and has been considerably enriched by additions from the several Professors friends and pupils of the College The Museum of Comparative Anatomy contains large
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