The Harvard Medical School, Volume 3

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Lewis Publishing Company, 1905 - 1655 pages
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Page 1302 - The Course will be conducted exclusively by lectures. Besides attending these the student will have full opportunity of availing...
Page 1273 - Acts in former yeares, our selves being present, at them; so have they lately kept two solemne Acts for their Commencement, when the Governour, Magistrates, and the Ministers from all parts, with all sorts of Schollars, and others in great numbers were present...
Page 1252 - ... the names of the persons voted for, and the number of votes given for each to be written in the ward records in words at length.
Page 1133 - All candidates, whether presenting a degree or not, are required to satisfy the Faculty that they have had a course in theoretical and descriptive (inorganic) chemistry and qualitative analysis sufficient to fit them to pursue the courses in chemistry given at the Medical School, or, failing in this, to pass an examination in general chemistry and qualitative analysis.
Page 1023 - It is so curious to see a young man like Eliot, with an organizing brain, a firm will, a grave, calm, dignified presence, taking the ribbons of our classical coach and six, feeling the horses...
Page 1288 - Faculty desires to modify its present regulations in accordance with the following propositions : — "1. That the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts be expressed, under suitable regulations with regard to length of residence and distribution of work, in terms of courses of study satisfactorily accomplished. " 2. That the number of courses required for the degree be sixteen. "3. That when a student enters College, there shall be placed to his credit.
Page 1377 - A collection of the most approved Medical Authors, chiefly presented by Mr. James, of the Island of Jamaica; to which Dr. Mead and other Gentlemen made very considerable additions.
Page 1271 - When scholars had so far profited at the grammar schools, that they could read any classical author into English, and readily make and speak true Latin, and write it in verse as well as prose...
Page 1150 - Any person in the service of the University and sixty years of age, who has held...
Page 1134 - University. I desire that this fund shall be forever known as the George Fabyan Fund in memory of my father, and that the Professorship shall also bear his name. It is, furthermore, my wish that the income of this fund shall be applied forever, first, to the payment of the salary of the Fabyan Professor of Comparative Pathology, who shall also be a member of the Medical Faculty and appointed to office in the same manner as are other professors in that body, and who shall devote his time to the duties...

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