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Page 22 - The Fee for attendance on the general subjects required of Students in Dental Surgery, is for the two years, £55, or by instalments, £50 for the first year, and £10 for the second year. If certificates for Dental practice are also required, the special fee for that subject
Page 6 - frankly and freely by physicions, surgeons and potycaries, which shall have stipende and salarie only for that purpose; so that all impotent persones not able to labour shall be releved. and all sturdy beggars not willing to labour shall be punished.
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Page 7 - which any Archbishop of Canterbury, and which the said Charles late Duke of Suffolk, or any master, brethren, or sisters of the late Hospital of St. Thomas in Southwark aforesaid; or any Abbot of the said
Page 7 - late King of England, or had enjoyed, or ought to have, hold, and enjoy the same : and that none of our heirs or successors may intermeddle with this our grant." The Greyfriars became Christ's Hospital,
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