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THE MEDICAL SESSION COMMENCES ON THE 2ND OCTOBER,
The Introductory Address will be given by
THOMAS BRYANT, Esq.,
On Monday, the Second of October, at Two o'Clock,
Gentlemen desirous of becoming Students must produce satisfactory testimony as to their Education and Conduct.
Fee for Hospital Practice and Lectures :-
First Year, £40 ; Second Year, £10;
Materials used in practical courses are charged extra. Clinical-Clerks, Dressers, Ward-Clerks, Resident Obstetric-Clerks, and Dressers in the Eye-Wards are selected according to merit from those Students who have attended a second year. Each Dresser (except those in the Eye-Wards) has the privilege of rooms and commons in the Hospital free of charge for one month of his course. The Obstetric-Clerks have the like privileges for two months each—one month as junior, another as senior. Two House-Surgeons are appointed every four months from those Students who have obtained the College Diploma.
The Students are required to conform to the Rules and Regulations for the internal management of the Hospital.
The privileges of a Student will be withdrawn in the event of neglect or misconduct.
Certificates will not be given for Lectures or Practice, unless duly attended.
The Winter Session terminates March 31st.
The Summer Session commences May 1st, and concludes July 31st,
ARE HELD AT FOUR PERIODS OF THE STUDENT'S
COURSE, AS FOLLOWS:
FIRST.--At Entrance-in Elementary Classics, Ancient and Modern
History, and Mathematics. The Candidate who distinguishes himself most, receives £25; the second Candidate, £20; and the third, £15. The Entrance Examination will commence this year on the 9th October.
Second. At the end of the first Sessional year, in all the Subjects
of the first year's Course of Study. Three Prizes, the first of £30, the second of £25, and a third of £10 10s., (presented by one of the Governors,) are given according to the respective merits of the three first Candidates.
THIRD.-At the end of the second Sessional year, in all the Subjects
which form the Course of Study up to that time. First Prize, £35, Second Prize, £30.
FOURTH.-At the end of the third Sessional year, in all the Subjects
of the Curriculum. First Prize, £40, Second Prize, £35.
The above Prizes are not awarded unless the Candidates possess sufficient merit.
HONORARY CERTIFICATES are given to those Candidates who pass
TREASURER'S GOLD MEDALS.
Two GOLD MEDALS are given annually by the Treasurer to the
Students who, having completed their third year, most distinguish themselves at Special Examinations in Clinical Medicine and Clinical Surgery. One Medal is awarded in each Subject.