coup d"oeil of the scientific subjects comprised in the medical curriculum an introductory address delivered at Sydenham College, Birmingham, October 5th, 1858, (when the new building, opposite the General Hospital was inaugurated), on the occasion of the opening of the winter session by Alfred Hill

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