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ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE,
.(Formerly the Medical Department of the St. Louis University.)
The Regular Lectures in this Institution will commence on the first day of November, 1855, and continue until March. A preliminary Course at the College, as also Clinical Lectures at the Hospitals and the Dispensary, will be delivered without extra charge, during the month of October.
M. L. Linton, M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine.
A. Litton, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Chas. A. Pope, M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery.
M. M. Pallbn, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children.
R. S. Holmes, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Medical Jurisprudence.
W. M. Mcphbeters, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
Chas. W. Stevhnb, M. D., Professor of General, Descriptive, and Surgical Anatomy.
John B. Johnson, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Pathological Anatomy.
E. H. Gbeoort, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The most ample opportunities for clinical instruction, both in Medicine and Surgery, are afforded by the several large Hospitals under the care of the Faculty, together with an abundance of material for the study of practioal anatomy.
Fees for the entire Course, $105. Marticulation ticket, (paid but once), $5. DissectiDg ticket, $10. Hospital tickets gratuitous. Graduating Fee, $20.
Board from $10 to $12 per month.
Students or others, desiring furiher information, can either address the Dean, and he will forward tnem a descriptive pamphlet, or on arriving in the city, call upon him at his office, south-west corner of 10th and Locust streets, or on the Janitor of the College, corner of Seventh and Myrtle Streets.
CHARLES A. POPE, M. D., Dean.
September 25, 1855.
The regular Course of Lectures will commence on Monday, Oct. 8th, and will be continued until the 1st of March.
David Gilbert, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of
Women and Children.
J. M. Allen, M. D., Professor of Special and Surgical Anatomy.
Clinical Instruction will be given by Professors Biddle and Neill, at the Philadelphia Hospital, Blocklej, during the entire term of the Session, in conjunction with other members of the Medical Board of the Hospital. The Students of Pennsylvania College—both firstcourse and second course—will be furnished gratuitously with the ticket to the Philadelphia Hospital. Second-course Students have the option of receiving gratuitously the ticket to the Pennsylvania Hospital. A Clinic will also be held at the College, every VVednesday and Saturday morning, throughout the Session.
Fees—For the entire Course of Lectures, - - - $105 00 Matriculation, (paid once only,) ... - 5 00 Graduation, 30 00
The Dissecting Rooms will be opened in September, under U.e direction of the Professor of Analomy, and the Demonstrator.
Preliminary Lectures will be delivered during the fortnight preceding the opening of the Session.
JOHN J. REESE, M. D. Registrar,
No. 122, S. Ninth Street, September, 1855. Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
The Winter Session will begin on Monday, Oct. 8ih, and continue until March, 1856. «
The Spring Session will begin in March, 1856, and terminate in July. Degrees are conferred in March and July.
George Hewston, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
B. Howard Rand, M. D., Professor of Medical Chemistry.
Henry Hartshorn, M. D., Professor of Institutes of Medicine.
James L. Tyson, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica.
Isaac A. Pennypacker, M. D., Professor of Practice of Medicine.
James Bryan, M. D., Professor of Surgery.
Lewis D. Harlow, M. D. Professor of Midwifery, &c.
Joseph Parrish, M. D., Emeritus Professor of Midwifeiy, <fec., <fcc.
One full course - - 884 Perpetual Ticket - - $160 Matriculation - - - - 5 Graduation ----- 30
Examinations are given daily by the Profeisor* in each branch. A ticket of admission Foroneyear to the Philadelphia or Pennsylvania Ho«pital will be furnished Gratuitously to eachsscond course, or perpetual student; such as are sufficiently advanced will have also the opportunity of attending cases in Medicine, Surgery and^ Midwifery under care of the Professors. For further information, address
B. HOWARD RAND, M. D., Dean,
At the College, Fifth St., bilcw Walnut.
September 25, 185.5.