Burlington, Vt. as a Manufacturing, Business, and Commercial Center: With Brief Sketches of Its History, Attractions, Leading Industries, and Institutions
Published for the Burlington Board of Trade, 1889 - Burlington (Vt.) - 152 pages
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Page 31 - Students who have attended two full courses in this College, or who, having attended one full course in some regularly established medical school, and one full course in this College, are admitted to a third course of lectures on paying the matriculation fee only.
Page 75 - Emeritus Professor of Medical Jurisprudence ; JW Wright, AM, MD, New York City, Emeritus Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery ; AFA King, AM, MD, Washington, DC, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women; AP Grinnell, MD, Burlington, Vt., Dean of the Faculty, Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine ; R. A. Witthaus. AM, MD, New York City, Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology; J. Henry Jackson, AM, MD, Barre, Vt., Professor of Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy; Wm.
Page 99 - Wielding the Pen as well as the Sword, he was the sagacious amd intrepid Defender of the New Hampshire Grants, and Master Spirit in the arduous struggle which resulted in the Sovereignty and Independence of this State.
Page 13 - WAR. denominated the country New England. In 1609, Capt. Henry Hudson, at that time in the service of Holland, discovered and gave his own name to Hudson river, now in the state of New York, and in 1614, the Dutch began a settlement on the island of Manhattan, where the city of New York now stands. To the country they gave the name of NewNetherlands and the town they called New Amsterdam, in allusion to the country and city they had left in Europe. About the...
Page 31 - PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL SUBJECTS. ROBERT W. TAYLOR, MD, NEW YORK CITY, Professor of Diseases of the Skin and Venereal Diseases.
Page 75 - Professors of special subjects: Robert W. Taylor, MD, New York City, Professor of Diseases of the Skin and Venereal Diseases ; Stephen M.
Page 98 - Place, the commandant, and demanded the surrender of the fort "in the name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress.
Page 30 - ... $54 being for tuition and special fees. There are eighteen scholarships, open equally to members of all the collegiate departments. As has been intimated, instruction is given in the three departments of arts, applied science, and medicine. The first of these has the usual academic course in languages, mathematics, physical sciences, mental, moral, and political philosophy, rhetoric, literature, and history.