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COLLEGE GATE, HILLHEAD, GLASGOW.
TEXT-BOOKS FOR SESSION 1883-84.
FOR THE ARTS CLASSES,
FOR THE THEOLOGICAL CLASSES,
FOR THE LAW CLASSES,
FOR THE MEDICAL CLASSES.
New or Second-hand, at Lowest Cash Prices.
STUDENTS' BOOKS VERY CHEAP.
Reid's Works, 3 vols., 9s. ; another copy, 10s. 6d. ; Frost's Annals of Tacitus, 10s. ; Wakefield's Lucretius, 4 vols., 7s. 6d. ; Blakesley's Herodotus, 2 vols., 16s.; Smith's Classical Dictionary, 10s.; Smith's English-Latin Dictionary, 12s.; Janet's Final Causes, 7s. 6d. ; Porter's Human Intellect, 8s.; Jowett's Plato's Republic, 7s. 6d. ; Todhunter's Works, all second hand; Bohn's 5s. volumes at 2s. 6d; Lyell's Elements, 5s. 6d.; Green's Geology, 6s.; Miller's Organic Chemistry, 31s. 6d. for 21s.; Watson's Kant, 7s. 6d. ; Adamson's Kant, 4s. 6d.; Hunter's Law of Landlord and Tenant, 2 vols., 60s. for 15s.; Ueberweg's History of Philosophy, 2 vols., 39s. for 16s. 6d. ; Erskine's Principles of the Law of Scotland, 13s. 6d. ; Eadie's History of the English Bible, 2 vols., 32s. for 9s. Hamilton's Logic and Metaphysics, 4 vols., 48s. for 26s.
Most of the Text-Books for next Session may be had second-hand.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL WORKS.
Holmes's System of Surgery, 5 vols., 105s. for 35s.; Silver's Medicine, 12s. 6d. for 4s. 6d.; Green's Pathology, 4s. 3d.; Druitt's Surgeon's Vade Mecum, 7s. 6d. ; Ellis's Demonstration's, 5s.; M'Kendrick's Physiology, 6s. 6d.; Garretson's System of Oral Surgery, 30s.; Taft's Operative Dentistry, 12s.; Richardson's Mechanical Dentistry, 10s. 6d. ; Hunter's Mechanical Dentistry, 5s.; Coleman's Dental Surgery and Pathology, 8s. 6d.; Churchill's Consumption, 21s. for 7s. 6d. ; Dalton's Human Physiology, 14s.; Foster's Physiology, 2nd edition, 5s. 6d.
Catalogues of Books in Medicine, Classics, and General Literature in preparation, and will be forwarded on receipt of Card.
Students' Gowns and Trenchers, of the Authorised Shape, much under Tailors' Prices.
Students' Note-Books and Stationery, Manufactured by A. Stenhouse, and specially adapted for Students, are unsurpassed in value.
Osteology, best quality; Dissecting Cases; Aprons and Sleeves; Stethoscopes; Cabinets, various sizes, with Glass Slides and Cover Glasses; Turntable (improved); Varnishes and other Material for Mounting Microscopic Objects; Vascula, Lenses, Forceps, Spuds, &c., &c.
MEDICAL AND GENERAL BOOKSELLER.
Special Glasgow Agent for J. & A. CHURCHILL, Medical Publishers, London; BAILLIERE, TINDALL, & COX, London, Paris, and Madrid; FIELD'S Non-Corrosive Inks and Gum; Professor EDWARD ARBER'S English Reprints.
Orders from the country receive prompt and careful attention. To insure a reply, letters requesting information should contain a Stamped Envelope.
WORKS PUBLISHED BY
MESSRS. MACLEHOSE & SONS,
Publishers to the University of Glasgow.
For List of above, see Catalogue at end of the Calendar.
Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. each.
Dean Milman's History of the Jews.
Macfarlane's British India.
Mackay's One Thousand and One Cems.
The Breakfast-Table Series. Complete.
Glasgow University Local Examinations.
THE SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS FOR 1884, AND REPORT FOR 1883. Crown 8vo. 6d., or per Post, 8d. [Immediately.
THE REPORTS FOR 1879, 1880 and 1882 may still be had. Price 6d. each, per Post, 8d.
JAMES MACLEHOSE & SONS, 61 ST. VINCENT STREET.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY,
Established 1808, and Empowered by Act 54th, George III., c. 79.
One Million Two Hundred Thousand Pounds.
Agents for the Company in Glasgow
WILLIAM CARRICK & SON, 213 BUCHANAN STREET.
Agency also Established in 1808.
W. C. & Son also act as Life and Fire Brokers, and effect whole or partial Assurances, issuing direct Policies from the best Assurance Companies, at fair rates.
Faculty of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow.
I. THE DIPLOMA OF THE FACULTY.
CANDIDATES for the License must have been engaged in professional study during forty-five months from the date of Registration, and in actual attendance at a University or School of Medicine recognised by the Faculty, during not less than four Winter Sessions, or three Winter and two Summer Sessions, and must have completed the following curriculum, viz.: Anatomy, two Six Months' Courses; Practical Anatomy, Twelve Months; Chemistry, Physiology, Medicine, Surgery, Clinical Medicine, and Clinical Surgery, each one course of Six Months. Another Six Months Course of Surgery, or Clinical Surgery, at the option of the candidate; Practical Chemistry, Medical Jurisprudence, Midwifery and Materia Medica, each one course of Three Months; instruction in Pathological Anatomy and Practical Pharmacy, each Three Months; Hospital Practice, Twenty-four Months. The candidate must also produce Certificates of Proficiency in Vaccination, and of having attended at least Six cases of Labour.
The First Examination embraces Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology, and cannot be undergone before the end of the Second Winter Session of study. The Second Examination embraces the remaining subjects of the curriculum, and cannot be undergone before the termination of the full period of study. The Fee is Fifteen Guineas, of which the candidate pays Six Guineas at the First, and Nine Guineas at the Second Examination.
The examinations will be held at four periods every year; the precise dates will be learned on application to the Secretary. Candidates who have passed the entire examination in Anatomy, Physiology, and Chemistry, before any Board, the examinations of which are recognised by the Faculty, are exempt from the First Professional Examination. Graduates and Licentiates in Medicine are also exempt from examination in Medicine and Materia Medica, but, after 1883, not from examination in Clinical Medicine.
II. THE DOUBLE QUALIFICATION.
The Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh also grant their Diplomas conjointly after examination before a Board of Examiners in which each body is represented; the object being to give students facilities for obtaining from two separate bodies, and at a less expense, a Double qualification in Medicine and Surgery. The curriculum of study embraces a course of Medicine in addition to the subjects required for the Diploma of the Faculty. The Fee for the two Diplomas is Twenty Guineas, of which the candidate pays Eight Guineas at the First, and Twelve Guineas at the Second Examination. The dates of the quarterly periods of examination may be learned on application to the Secretary of the Faculty.
Copies of the Regulations for the Single and the Double Qualifications, of which the above is an Abstract, and of the Lists of Subjects for the Preliminary Examinations of the Faculty, may be had on application.
242 St. Vincent Street, May, 1883.
ALEXANDER DUNCAN, B.A.,
Mechanical and Engineering Science.
MR. PETER ALEXANDER, M.A.,
Gives instruction in the above subjects, elther independently or in connection with the University Classes, at his Class-rooms,
or at his residence,
91 KENT ROAD,
16 SMITH STREET, HILLHEAD.
He also prepares Students in the above Subjects, for Examination in Arts, the Civil Service, &c.
Will be formed in the beginning of November to prepare Students
for the Examination in April, 1884.
School of Art and Haldane Academy,
CORPORATION BUILDINGS, SAUCHIEHALL ST.
Director and Head Master,
- THOS. C. SIMMONDS.
THE Course of Instruction embraces Ornament, with the Principles of Design, and the Study of Historic Styles; the Human Figure from Copies, the Cast and the Living Model, with the Study of the Bones and Muscles; Flower Painting, Landscape, Mechanical and Architectural Drawing; Plane Geometry, Perspective and Orthographic Projection; Painting in Oil and Water Colours; Modelling, etc.
LECTURE ON ANATOMY AS A FINE ART BY DR. KNOX, LATE OF THE
Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals, and other Prizes, are awarded to Meritorious Students by the Department of Science and Art, in addition to Local Prizes.
The Session commences on Monday, September 10th, and ends the 21st day of
EDWARD R. CATTERNS, Secy. and Treas.
ANDERSON'S COLLEGE, GLASGOW.
Anatomy A. M. Buchanan, A. M., M.D. Chemistry-W. Dittmar, F.R.S.L. & E. Physiology-John Barlow, M.D. Surgery-James Dunlop, M.D. Practice of MedicineSamson Gemmell, M.D. Materia Medica-James Morton, M.D. Mechanical Dentistry W. S. Woodburn, L.D.S.
Anatomy-Dr. Buchanan. Practical Chemistry-Mr. Dittmar. Practical PhysiologyDr. Barlow. Operative Surgery-Dr. Dunlop. Midwifery -A. Wallace, M.D. Medical Jurisprudence-Alexander Lindsay, M.D. Botany-Rev. Alex. S. Wilson, A.M., B.Sc. Ophthalmic Surgery-J. R. Wolfe, M.D., F.R.C.S.E. Public Health-James Christie, A.M., M.D. Aural Surgery-Thomas Barr, M.D. Dental Anatomy-David Taylor, M.D., L.D.S. Dental Surgery-J. R. Brownlie, L.D.S.
For each Course of Lectures (Anatomy and Dental Lectures excepted), First Session, £2 28.; Second Session, £1 1s.; afterwards free.
Anatomy Class Fees.-Winter-First Session (including Practical Anatomy), £4 4s.; Second Session (including Practical Anatomy), £4 4s.; Third Session, and Perpetual, 1 IS. Summer Anatomy and Practical Anatomy, £1 11s. 6d.; Practical Anatomy only, 1 1s.; Osteology, £1 18. Dental Lectures-Fees.-£2 2s. for each Course of Lectures.
Students who have attended classes at other Schools, but who desire to pursue their studies at Anderson's College, will be admitted to such classes as they may have attended elsewhere at the reduced fees.
Dental Hospital-Fee for the practice required for the License in Dental Surgery, £10 10s. Ophthalmic Institution-Students of Anderson's College are admitted to the practice of this Institution on paying a Matriculation Fee of 5s.
The Fee for all the Lectures and Hospital Practice required of Candidates for the Diplomas of Physician and Surgeon amount to £48.
Full particulars may be obtained by applying to DR. A. M. BUCHANAN, 98 St. Georges Road, Glasgow, Dean of the Medical Faculty of Anderson's College.