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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-211

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faculty of medicine 207 SYNOPSIS OF LECTURES AND LABORATORY WORK DIVINITY The Rev Wace Principal Lectures are delivered by the Principal every Tuesday Morning at 10 20 during the Winter Session The subject during the coming Session will be the Christian Creed and its Evidences All Matriculated Students during the First Year are re- quired to attend these Lectures unless the Parent or Guardian or the Student if of full age states in writing that he has conscientious objection but exemptions may be granted by the Principal in special cases The 44Barry" Prize is awarded to the Matriculated Student who passes the best examination in Divinity irre- spective of the year to which he belongs No one can receive this Prize more than once ANATOMY John Curnow Professor Kenny ×™ CadmIn SjDeTOO wiratore The Lectures on Anatomy are divided into two courses Class L-A Descriptive and Elementary Course for Junior Students Winter Session Wed Th Fr 11 15-12 15 Summer Session Mon Th 12-1 Class II -An Advanced Course mainly topographical for Senior Students Winter Session Tu Wed Th 9-10 Class III -Special classes in Osteology are also held throughout the Winter and Summer Sessions Daily demonstrations are given in the Dissecting Room from October to July and special classes are arranged for the higher examinations without extra fee Courses of applied Surgical Anatomy with demonstrations on the Living Subject are held regularly before the final examina- tions of the Conjoint Board in England Class IV -Practical Anatomy is taught in both the Winter and Summer Sessions in the Dissecting Rooms by
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