L.Anderson, , P. F.Cowan, , RobertBollet, , J. S.Fa, , Amasa
C.Light, , WyllisKing, , Dr.Thos.Jones,
(St. Louis, Mo.Missouri b)
P.Hunt, , RobertWash, , J. ParkerDoane, , DanielHough, , Chs.
Jabine, , Rev.Reverend Peter R.Minard, , Henry T.Coxe, , James L.En-, , N. P.Taylor,
gical Anatomy in the Cincinnati College,) Professor of Anato-
my and Surgery
Practice of Medicine
ny in Lagrange College, Ala.) Professor of Mat. Medica and
stitutes of Medicine and Obstetrics
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy
secting ticket, which will be taken at the discretion of the pupil, $10
Graduation fee, $20; Matriculation fee, $5.
Students before applying for the degree of M. D. are required to at-
tend two full courses in this institution, or one in some respectable school,
and the last in this, and to be of good moral character.
If a practitioner of Medicine apply, he shall give evidence of his hav-
ing been in a reputable practice for three years, and have attended one
course in this institution.
The regular lectures will commence on the first Monday of Novem-
ber next, and terminate on the 1st of March. The room for practical
Anatomy will be open during the month of October, and lectures free of
expense will be delivered to the pupils in attendance.
Board can be obtained in the city of St. Louis as cheap as in any city
in the West where there is a medical school. A cheaper ;market cannot
be found in any city on the continent; and there is no good reason why
boarding should not be cheaper here than elsewhere. Good boarding
can be obtained for from $3 to $5 per week.