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Address to the medical graduates of the Jefferson Medical College. Delivered March 11, 1837.

Robley Dunglison

Address to the medical graduates of the Jefferson Medical College. Delivered March 11, 1837.

by Robley Dunglison

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Published by Printed by A. Waldie in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Robley Dunglison ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR708 .D903
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6949655M
    LC Control Number04036627
    OCLC/WorldCa11244700

    John Treon in Charge to the Graduates of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, Delivered Ma Levi Dawson, John De Hart, John N. E. Derr, Rufus M. Dillard, Peter H. Dowell, Greensville Dubois, John Treon State. Washington & Jefferson College originates from three log cabin colleges established by John McMillan, Thaddeus Dod, and Joseph Smith, Presbyterian missionaries to the American frontier in the s. John McMillan came to present-day Washington County in and built his college in near his church in Chartiers, where he taught a mixture of college-level students and elementary students.

    The fact that Mary was unmarried and the father of Ephriam Benson Riley is clearly established in a Deed found in Deed B Page , of Jefferson County, West Virginia, dated Septem This Deed is between "Ephriam Shirley, alias Riley, and Leodocea his wife of Ohio," and Andrew Hunter of Jefferson County. NLM Medicine in the Americas. A history of the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia: with biographical sketches of the early professors Transylvania catalogue of medical graduates [from to ], with an appendix containing a concise history of the school from its .

    Sol Metzger: head coach in football at the University of Pennsylvania, Oregon State University, West Virginia University, Washington and Jefferson College, and the University of South Carolina David Micahnik: Penn alumnus and fencing coach and member of the USFA Hall of Fame [52]. However, a "J. Marion Sims Chair" in obstetrics and gynecology still appears in a March , program. A J. Marion Sims Society, a student organization, existed there from to A Sims Memorial Address on Gynecology, delivered before the South Carolina Medical Society at Charleston, is documented from Alma mater: Jefferson Medical College.


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Address to the medical graduates of the Jefferson Medical College. Delivered March 11, 1837 by Robley Dunglison Download PDF EPUB FB2

Address to the medical graduates i of the jefferson medical college. delivered march 11) by rob ley dung li son, m. d., professor of. the institutes of medicine and medical jurisprudence.-published by the graduates.

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Get this from a library. Address to the medical graduates of the Jefferson Medical College: delivered Ma [Robley Dunglison; Jefferson Medical College.]. Title(s): Address to the medical graduates of the Jefferson Medical College: delivered Ma / by Robley Dunglison. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia: Printed by Adam Waldie.

Condition reviewed. Valedictory address delivered to the Jefferson Medical College: March, /c by George McClellan by McClellan, George, Charge to the graduates of Jefferson Medical College: delivered March 6, / by Charles D. Meigs. Author/Creator: Meigs, Charles D.

(Charles Delucena), Charge to the graduating class of Jefferson Medical College, of Philadelphia: delivered Main the Musical Fund Hall by Wallace, Ellerslie, ; Jefferson Medical College. An exhortation to the graduates of the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia: delivered on the day of the commencement, March the 10th, Author(s): Dunglison, Robley, An Address Delivered to the Graduates in Medicine at the Annual Commencement of the University of Maryland on Wednesday, March 19th Baltimore: Privately printed by the Graduates.

Jefferson Medical College, an extension of the course of instruction, they have created a new Professorship, viz: that of "The Institutes of Medicine and Medi~al Juris­ prudence, and have eiected to this Chair Robley ])unglison, 1.

Author(s): Da Costa,J M(Jacob Mendes),; Jefferson Medical College. Title(s): Valedictory address to the graduating class of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia: delivered Maat the Academy of Music/ by J.M. Da Costa. Charge to the graduating class of Jefferson Medical College, of Philadelphia: delivered Main the Musical Fund Hall Author(s): Wallace, Ellerslie, An address to the graduates of the Medical College of South-Carolina: delivered on March 23d,after conferring the degree of doctor in medicine Author(s): Simons, Thomas Y.

Gross portrayed his old teacher as a colorful character in a speech delivered to Alumni Association of Thomas Jefferson Medical College on Ma [12] From –, Barton also served as the Dean of Jefferson Medical College.

[12]Born: NovemPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania. Bache, F. Valedictory address to the graduates of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, delivered at the public commencement. Philadelphia. Dunglison, R. Recollections of Europe in An introductory lecture to the class of institutes of medicine, &c.

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An graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Samuel D. Gross () served as Professor of Surgery at Jefferson from Considered one of the finest surgeons of his time, Gross was the first alumnus to be appointed to a professorship at Jefferson.

He graduated from Jefferson Medical College March 8, Names of places, with length of time in each, prior to his location in Brockwayville, is not known. George Hines Hilliard located in Richardsville in or ‘ He was born in Clarion county, and graduated from the Jefferson Medical College March 9, Author(s): Hun, Thomas, Publication: Albany: J.

Munsell, Subject(s): Medicine 7. Address delivered at a supper given by the faculty to the students of the Atlanta Medical College, on the 13th of August. An address to the graduates of the Medical College of South-Carolina: delivered on March 23d,after conferring the degree of doctor in medicine Author(s): Simons, Thomas Y.

(Thomas Young.Washington & Jefferson College is a private liberal arts college in Washington, Pennsylvania, which is located in the Pittsburgh metropolitan college traces its origin to three log cabin colleges in Washington County, Pennsylvania established by three frontier clergymen in the s: John McMillan, Thaddeus Dod, and Joseph early schools eventually grew into two competing.An introductory address delivered before the students and trustees of the New-York Medical College, Octo ; An introductory address, delivered at the opening of the session ofto the students of the Memphis Medical CollegeNovember 1, ; An introductory lecture on the relations of chemistry to the vital force.