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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1886-1887-263

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medical department 259 enriched by the collection of the late Professor Royle and has an extensive series of coloured drawings of plants Collection of Materia Medica has been formed expressly for the use of Students The text-book used in this Class is Dr Garrod's Essen- tials of Materia Medica and Therapeutics 14 Obstetric Medicine and the Diseases of Women and Children These Lectures are illustrated bv series of Drawings לס Dissections and Preparations Practical instruction is given in the use of Instruments and cases of Midwifery are assigned to Pupils 15 Botany In these Lectures the organisation of Plants is demonstrated their physiology explained and the different modes of classi- fication described The subjects treated of are illustrated by fresh and dried specimens of Plants and by large collection of Drawings and Diagrams ThePupilshave free admission to the Royal BotanicSociety's Gardens in thellegent's Park and havethusevery opportunity afforded them of acquiring practical knowledge of Plants The text-book used in this Class is Bentley's Manual of Botany 16 Forensic Medicine These Lectures treat of the legal and medical relations of each question in Forensic Medicine including Toxicology The Course is illustrated by drawings preparations and speci- mens and by numerous examples from recorded trials The class-book used for this subject is Guy and Ferrier's Prin ciples of Forensic Medicine 17 Comparative Anatomy and Zoology The Course consists of sixty Lectures delivered during the Winter Session and has for its prime object presenta- tion of an exact knowledge of the elements of the science ϊι
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