We cannot do better than conclude this portion of out labours with a list of Lectures and Lecturers on Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Medicine, Obstetrics, Chemistry, &c.
Mr. Abernethy, on Anatomy and Surgery.
Mr. Stanley, Demonstrations.
Dr. Hue, on the Practice of Medicine, Chemistry, and Materia Medica.
Dr. Gooch, on Midwifery.
Dr. Curry, and Dr. Cholmeley, on the Practice of Medicine.
Dr. Curry, and Dr. Cholmeley, on the Theory of Medicine.
Dr. Marcet, on the Principles and Practice of Chemistry.
Dr. Evans, on Experimental Philosophy.
Dr. Haighton, on Midwifery. and the Diseases of Women and Children.
Dr. Marcet, Dr. Cholmeley, and Dr. Laird, Clinical Lectures.
Dr. Haighton, and Dr. Blundell, on Physiology, or the Laws of the Animal Economy.
Mr. Bell, on the Structure and Diseases of the Teeth.
Mr. Salisbury, on Practical Botany.
Mr. Astley Cooper, and Mr. Travers, on the Principles and Practice of Surgery.
Mr. Astley Cooper, and Mr. H. Cline, on Anatomy and Operations of Surgery.
Dr. G. G. Currey, on the Practice of Medicine and Materia Medica.
Mr. Headington, on Anatomy.
Mr. Cobb, Demonstrations.
Mr. Headington, on Surgery.
Dr. Ramsbotham, on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery.
Mr. Richard Philips, on Chemistry and Materia Medica.
Sir W. Blizard, Clinical Lectures on Surgical Cases, delivered gratuitously to the Students.
Dr. Pearson, on the Animal Economy and Practice of Physic.
Dr. Pearson, and Mr. Brande, Therapeutics, and Materia Medica.
Mr. Brande, on Chemistry, and Medical Jurisprudence.
Mr. Brodie, Theory and Practice of Surgery.
Twelve gratuitous Lectures on the Principal Operations of Surgery, are given to the pupils of this hospital, by Sir Everard Home, at the Anatomical Theatre, Great Windmill street.
Dr. Merriman, and Dr. Ley, on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery.
Dr. P. M. Latham, and Dr. Southey, on the Practice of Physic and Materia Medics.
A Clinical Lecture is delivered to the pupils every Tuesday evening, gratuitously, by Mr. Bell.
Dr. Farre, Physician.
W. Lawrence, Esq. F. R. S. and J. Tyrrel, Esq., Surgeons.—Instruct pupils.
Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Charles Bell, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Surgery.
Mr. Shaw (Demonstrator) Dissections.
Mr. Bell, Surgery.
Dr. Clutterbuck, on the Theory and Practice of Physic, Materia Medica, and Chemistry, at his own house, No. 1, Crescent, New Bridge street.
Dr. Tuthill, on the Practice of Physic, and the Laws and Operations of Chemistry, at his own house.
Dr. D. D. Davis, on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, at Mr. Taunton's, Theatre, 87, Hatton Garden.
Mr. C. M. Clarke, and Mr. Blagden, Principles and Practice of Midwifery, at No. 10, Saville row, Burlington gardens.
Dr. Gregory, and Dr. Cloves, on the Theory and Practice of Physic, at St. George's and St. James's Dispensary, 14, Old Burlington street.
Messrs. Hopkins and Hunter, Theory and Practice of Midwifery. The Lectures are delivered at the Westminster Lying-in Institution.
Dr. Thynne, Theory and Practice of Midwifery, No. 9, Berners street, Oxford street.
Dr. Clough, on Midwifery, at his house, 8, Berners street, Oxford street.
Mr. Brookes, on Anatomy, Physiology, and Surgery, at his Theatre of Anatomy, Medicine, &c., Blenheim street, Great Marlborough street.
Dr. Ager, Chemistry, Materia Medica, &c., also Theory and Practice of Physic, with Examinations.
Mr. Taunton, on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Surgery, at his Theatre of Anatomy, 87, Hatton garden.
Mr. Carpue on Anatomy and Surgery, at his Theatre, Broad street, Golden square.
Mr. Pettigrew, on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Surgery, at his own house, 22, Spring gardens.
Mr. J. M. Good, on the Theory, Principles, and Practice of Medicine.
Dr. Uwins, on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Materia Medica, and Chemistry, at 1, Thavies Inn.
Dr. J. B. Davis, on the Diseases of Children, at the Universal Dispensary for the Treatment of the Diseases of Children, 5, St. Andrew's Hill, Doctors' Commons.
Mr. Curtis, on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Diseases of the Ear, No. 2, Soho square.
Dr. Johnson, on Diseases of the Liver and Internal Organs, at the Albany.
Dr. Maclean, on Epidemic Diseases, and Diseases of Hot Climates, at 13, St. Pancras lane, Bucklersbury.
Mr. Gaulter, on Physiology, at Percy street.
Mr. Mackenzie, on Diseases of the Eye, at 16, Newman street.
Mr. Gray, on Materia Medica, and Botany, at 27, Cross street, Hatton garden.
Mr. Guthrie, Military Surgery, at his house, 2, Berkeley street, Berkeley square,—Medical officers of the army and navy admitted gratis.
Mr. Coleman, Lectures at the Veterinary College.
The terms of attendance vary from two to five guineas for the first course; but an adequate diminution is made by each lecturer for the second and third courses, and also for an annual or perpetual ticket of admission And they chiefly commence the first course in October,—the second in January.
SOURCE: New Picture of London, Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand; by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court. 1819.
Source: Leigh's New Picture of London. Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand;
by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court. 1819