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Robert Adair, Esq.
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:: OPENING OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON,
FOR THE SESSION 1828–9.
The Council published last July a general view of the nature and objects of the institution. They are now advanced so far in their preparations for opening the University as to be able to lay before the public an account of the proposed method If tuition and of the Courses of Study adapted to particular objects ; with a detail of the days and hours when the several Professors are to teach, and of the Fees.
This "Second Statement” is to be had of J. Taylor, Bookseller to the Univerity, 30, Upper Gower Street; Longman and Co., Paternoster Row; Murray, Albemarle Street ; at the University Chambers, 29, Percy Street, Bedford Square; of Adam Black, Edinburgh ; and Hodges and Smith, Dublin. Price 1s. 6d.
The “First Statement" to be had as above, Price ls. · The following Abstract contains the more important parts of the “Second Statenent." : Of the Days and Hours when the different tion. Tuesday and Thursday, from 2 to 4. Satur
Branches of Education are to be taught. day, from 8) to 10. About 150 hours of instruction, The different branches of study for which
Fee 6l. Professors have been appointed, are such as pro
English Literature. Monday and Friday, from 1 jerly belong to an University; and in the ar
to 2. About 70 hours of instruction, Fee 41. angement of the subjects to be taught in the
GERMAN LANGUAGE. LUDWIG VON Müh. Classes which will be attended by the junior stu.
LENFELS, LL.D. lents, it has been assumed that they will come
Tuesday and Thursday, from 2 to 4. Saturday lossessed of that elementary knowledge which
Morning, from 81 to 10. About 150 hours of instruc
tion, Fee 61. boys who leave school at fourteen or Gifteen years
German Literature. Wednesday and Saturday, of age have generally acquired.
from 1 to 2. About 70 hours of instruction, Fee 41. The Lecture Rooms will be open to all who
ITALIAN LANGUAGE. An. Panizzi, LL.D. comply with the terms and the regulations of the
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Mornings, from University, without limitation as to age, and
10 to 111. About 100 hours of instruction, Fee 51. vithout examination as an indispensable pre
Italian Literature. Wednesday and Friday, from iminary. Persons who wish to attend the Lec 3 to 4. About 70 hours of instruction, Fee 4.. ures of one Professor only will be admitted ;
SPANISH LANGUAGE. Don A. GALIANO. put those who intend to apply for University
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings, from Certificates and other distinctions, must go
10) 10 111. About 100 hours of instruction, Fee 5l. through certain courses of study; for these testi
Spanish Literature. Tuesday and Thursday, from nonials will be granted to such students only, 3 to 4. About 70 hours of instruction, fee 46. upon examination at regular intervals are
HEBREW. Hyman Hurwitz, Esq. ound to possess that knowledge by which the
Junior Class. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday value of the Certificate or of the academical ho Mornings, from 91 to 104. About 100 hours of innour will be determined.
struction, Fee 51.-Senior Class. Tuesday and The following are the days and hours when
Thursday Mornings, from 9} to 10). About 100 he different Classes are to be taught. Unless hours of instruction, Fee 5l. otherwise expressed, the Lectures are to continue HINDOOSTANEE. J. B. GILCHRIST, LL.D. hroughout the whole Academical Session, which
Students will have the liberty of attending the Prowill commence the First of November, and con
fessor of Hindoostanee for such portion of the Sesinue to the middle of July, with the exception
sion as shall suit their convenience. The Fee for one of the Medical Classes, which will open the First
hour daily during the Session will be 77. 10s. of October and terminate about the end of May.
ORIENTAL LITERATURE. FREDERIC There will be short vacations at Christmas and
Rosen, Phil. Doct. Easter
Dr. Rosen will give instruction in the Arabic, ROMAN LANGUAGE. THOMAS HEWITT KEY,
Sanskrit, and Persian Languages, and the arrangeEsq. A.M. of Trinity College, Cambridge.
ments will be made to suit the convenience of stuJunior Class. Every morning, (except Saturday,)
dents, as soon as the Professor shall have had a per. from 8 to 10). About 340 hours of instruction,
sonal communication with those who wish to attend Fee 71. 10. Senior Class. Every morning, (ex
bis Classes. cept Saturday,) from 11 to 12!. On Saturday, from MATHEMATICS. AUGUSTUS DE MORGAN, Esq. 104 to 12. About 300 hours of instruction, Fee
A.B., of Trinity College, Cambridge. 71. 105.
Junior Class. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, from GREEK LANGUAGE. GEORGE Loxg, Esq.
21 to 4. Saturday, from 10% to 12. About 200 A.M. late Fellow of Trin. Coll, Cambridge.
hours of instruction, Fee 71.-Senior Class. Tues. Junior Class. Every day, (except Saturday,)
day and Thursday, from 24 to 4. Saturday, from 8) from 114 to 14. About 340 hours of instruction,
to 10. About 150 hours of instruction, Fee 6l. Pee 71. 10s.--Senior Class. Every morning, (except NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND ASTRO. Saturday,) from 8 to 10. About 340 hours of in
NOMY. The Rev. D. LARDNER, LL.D., F.R.S. struction, Fee 71. j0s.
Junior Class. Every day, (except Saturday,)
Opening of the University of London. CHEMISTRY. Ep. TURNER, M.D., F.R.S.E. the Council will make every effort to obtain a
Every morning, (including Saturday,) from 10 to Hospital which shall be under their own direc. 11. First Course. About 100 hours of instruction, tion. In the mean time, an opportunity has ocFee 4l. Second Course. About 100 hours of instruc
curred of making an arrangement by which the tion, Fee 31. These Lectures, forming a branch of
pupils will have it in their power to witness the general as well as of Medical education, will com
Medical and Surgical practice in the Middlesex mence on the First of November.
Hospital ; and Dr. WATSON, one of the PhysiIt is intended that Occasional Lectures shall be given during the Session, upon THE APPLICATION
cians, and CHARLES BELL, Esq. one of the Suror MECHANICAL PHILOSOPHY TO THE Arts, upon
geons, of that Hospital, having accepted the apCivil ENGINEERING, and upon CHEMISTRY APPLIED pointments of Professors of Clinical Medicine TO THE Arts, the particulars of which will be an and Clinical Surgery, the Lectures in this denounced hereafter,
partment will be delivered at the University as BOTANY. John LINDLEY, Esq. F.R.S.
follows: Every morning, (including Saturday,) in May, CLINICAL MEDICINE, on Monday and Wednesday June, and July, from 8 to 9.o About 80 hours of in- Evenings, from 6 to 7. struction, Fee 41.
About 60 hours of instruction, Fee £4. POLITICAL ECONOMY.
SURGERY and Clinical Surgery, on Tuesday, John R. MacCulloch, Esq.
Thursday and Friday Evenings, from 6 to 7. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, from
About 90 hours of instruction, Fee £5. 10 to 11, from 1st of February, to the End of the
Dispensary Allendance. The Council have Academical Session. About 100 hours of instruc
established a Dispensary in one of the adjoining tion, Fee 51.
streets, to be attended by the Medical and Sur. JURISPRUDENCE. John Austin, Esq., Bar. gical Professors of the University.
rister at law. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings, from 9
Thomas CAMPBELL, Esq. will give a Course to 10. About 100 hours of instruction, Fee 51. These Lectures will be suspended during the Quarter Ses
of Lectures next Spring on THE HISTORY OF sions and Spring Circuit.
James HUMPHREYS, Esq. of Lincoln's-Inn, ENGLISH LAW. ANDREW Amos, Esq., Bar.
has, at the request of Professor Amos, undertaken rister at Law, late Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Evenings, (ex.
to deliver to the students of his class, occasional cept during the Quarter Sessions and Spring Circuit,)
Lectures on the Law of Real Property
TEACHER of the French LANGUAGE.
THE COUNCIL WILL CONTINUE, UNTIL. FURTHER
NOTICE, TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FROM CANDIDISSECTIONS AND DEMONSTRATIONS.
DATES FOR THE FOLLOWING PROFESSORSHIPS JAMES R. BENNETT, Esq.
WHICH ARE STILL VACANT. First Courses Four Months Fee 31.
Logicand Philosophy of the Human Mind. MoSecond Course? each,
ral and Political Philosophy. History, Ancient PHYSIOLOGY. CHARLES BELL, Esq., F.R.S.
and Modern. Surgery. Mineralogy and Geology. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 11 to 12 First Courses About 50 hours of Fee 31. II. Of the Fees to be paid by the Students.
Second Coursel instruction each, } 21. The Fee payable for each Course includes COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND 20. the remuneration to the Professor, and a pay
OLOGY. ROBERT E. Grant, M.D. ment to the fund from which the annual expenses Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 3 to 4. of the University are to be defrayed. It has been About 100 hours of instruction, Fee 51.
deemed necessary to state the number of hours NATURE AND TREATMENT OF DIS
of tuition, because the term “ Course of Lectures," EASES. John CONOLLY, M.D.
as commonly used, would give an inadequate idea Every morning. (execpt Saturday.) from 0 to 10 of the amount of instruction which the student First Courses About 80 hours of 2 Fee 37.
will receive for each Fee. Second Coursel instruction each, $ 31. That scale of Fees applies to students noMIDWIFERY. David D. Davis, M.D.
minated by a Proprietor ; all who are not so Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from
noininated must pay an addition of 11, 10s. to
the University Fund for each Course of Lec10 to 11. First Courses About 60 hours of Fee 3l.
tures, continuing throughout the Academical Second Coursel instruction each, Š 31.
Session, unless they attend more than three. If MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY.
they attend a greater number, this extra payment
will not be required for the additional Courses, ANTHONY TODD THOMSON, M.D.
The additional Fee to be paid by students not Every morning, (except Saturday,) from 8 to 9. First Courses About 80 hours of Fee 31.
nominated, will be 15s. for each of those Courses Second Course instruction each, } 31.
which continue during one half of the Session, MICAL JURISPRUDENCE. JOHN GOR.
and for the Summer Course of Botany.
Those who become regular University stuDON SMITH, M.D. it the conclusion of the Spring Courses.
dents,—that is, students entered for a complete
course of education, whether general or profespital Attendance. Aware of the great im sional,---must pay a Matriculation Fee of 21. the ce of affording to the pupils of a Medical first year of their attendance, which will entitle
the opportunity of observing Hospital them to admission to the Library and Museums ice, and of receiving Clinical instruction, for four successive Sessions. Occasional stu
орепттЅ о те олтире ѕпу о тит. dents must pay annually 10s. for one Course, have been so framed as to enable the pupils to and 11, for two or more Courses, which payment comply with the regulations which must be obwill entitle them to admission to the Library and served by Candidates for the Diplomas of the Museums.
Royal College of Surgeons, or the Company of THE COUNCIL ARE NOW READY TO RECEIVE THE Apothecaries. NAMES OF PUPILS WHO MEAN TO ATTEND THK The expense of the Courses required by the UNIVERSITY DURING THE SESSION WHICH IS TO College of Surgeons to a student at the UniverCOMMENCE Ist OCTOBER NEXT.
sity, will be as follows:
£. s. d. 'The Register in which the names will be in
3 Courses of Anatomy . . . . . 10 00 scribed, will be found, until 1st Oct. at the Uni.
1 Course of Physiology . . . . 3 0 0 versity Chambers, No. 29, Percy Street, Bedford
1 Course of Surgery . . . . . . 3 0 0 Square, and afterwards at the University, every
I Course of Chemistry . . . . . 4 0 0 day, except Sunday, from nine in the morning
2 Courses of Midwifery ... 6 0 0 to five in the afternoon. The parents and friends
Dissections and Demonstrations. . 5 0 0 of pupils, or the pupils themselves who may
Matriculation Fee .. . .. 2 0 0 wish to see THE WARDEN before entering their Total Fees of the University, if no-lag rames, may call at the Chambers between Two minated by a Proprietor .
0 33 00
. . s and Five o'clock, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Addition, if not noininated . . . 4 10 0 or Fridays. As an interview is desirable between
37 10 0 the Professors and their pupils, in order that the One Year at Middlesex Hospital . . 22 6 0 former may ascertain the state of preparation of
59 16 0 the student, and adapt his instruction accordingly, the address of the Professors may be obtained at The expense of the Courses required by the the Chambers. And Students are requested to Company of Apothecaries to a student at the enter their names, and see the Professors whose University, will be as follows: £. s. d. Courses they mean to follow,as early as possible. 1 Course of Materia Medica ... 30
Proprietors have the right of having one stu. 1 Course of Chemistry . . . . . 4 0 0 dent of their nomination at the University for 2 Courses of Anatomy . . . . . 7 0 0 every share of One Hundred Pounds which 1 Course of Physiology. . . . . 3 O they possess; and Donors of Fifty Pounds have 2 Courses of Practice of Medicine. the same privilege.
Matriculation Fee . . . . . . 2 0 III. Of the Courses of Study.
Total Fees of the University, if no-195 o o
minated by a Proprietor ... It is probable that, in the majority of in
Addition, if not nominated. ... 4 10 0 stanoes, those who enter as regular University students will be disposed to attend the Lectures
29 100 in that order which the Council think most ad
Six Months at Middlesex Hospital . 10 10 0 vantageous for a complete general education.
40 0 0 To such students the following Course for four Or, Nine Months at the Dispensary. 5 0 0 years is recommended. Those who are already Fees as above . . . . . . . 29 10 0 advanced beyond the Junior Classes may begin
34 100 in that part of the Course for which they are most fitted by previous attainments; but as the The time which the Professors are to devote examinations for the University Certificates and to their pupils will be considerably greater, in other distinctions will include what is taught in most of the Classes nearly one balf more, than the earlier as well as in the later years of study, has hitherto been the case in the Courses dethe pupil ought to ascertain before he passes livered at the Medical Schools in London ; for over a Junior Class, that he is fully prepared to the subjects of the Lectures will be treated more undergo an examination upon all that is to be minutely, and there will also be weekly examilearned in it.
nations of the pupils. First YEAR.- Junior Latin, Junior Greek, and Junior Mathematics. Second YEAR.- Senior Latin, Senior Greek,
Rooms are provided for the accommodation of
the pupils during the intervals of lecture; and and Senior Mathematics.
suitable refreshments will be sold within the A student may this year substitute Junior Na.
Building, by a Steward (appointed by the tural Philosophy for Senior Mathematics, or he
Council) upon his own account, but subject to may attend both Classes.
regulations both as to what he is to supply and Third Year. - Chemistry, Junior Natural
the prices to be charged. Philosophy, Logic, and the Philosophy of the Human Mind.
IV. Of Eraminations and Certificates. Fourth Year.- Jurisprudence, Political Eco It is intended that in every class in the Uninomy, Senior Natural Philosophy, and Moral versity, the Professor shall devote a certain porand Political Philosophy.
tion of the hours of instruction in each week to Average annual expense of the four £, s. d. the examination of his pupils. years to students nominated by a
The manner of conducting these examinations Proprietor for the above education 22 7 6 and the frequency of their recurrence, must ne. Average annual expense of the four
cessarily vary; and as each Professorship will years to students not nominated . 26 17 6 probably require a separate plan of examination,
In addition to the above branches, the student the details can only be properly settled in concert will have time to study the Modern Languages with the several Professors. and attend the Lectures on History, and some of the Persons who may be desirous of attending most popular among the Professional Courses. Lectures in the University, without submitting
The arrangements for the Medical School to examination, will be at liberty to do so. No