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BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN MIDWIFERY. 1852. James Luke, Chairman.

1862. F. Carpenter Skey, Chairman. ARTHUR FARRE, M.D.

1863. Joseph Hodgson, Chairman, Henry Oldham, M.D.

1864. Thomas Wormald, Chairman James Reid, M.D.

1865. Richard Partridge, Chairman.
1853. George James Guthrie, Chairman. 1866. John Hilton, Chairman.
1854. William Lawrence, Chairman.

ROBERT BARNES, M.D.
Charles West, M.D.

W. OVEREND PRIESTLEY, M.D.
1855. Benjamin Travers, Chairman. 1867. Richard Quain, Chairman.
1856. Edward Stanley, Chairman. 1868. Edward Cock, Chairman.
1857. Joseph Henry Green, Chairman. 1869. Samuel Solly, Chairman.
1858. James Moncrieff Arnott, Chairman. 1870. George Busk, Chairman.
1859. John Flint South, Chairman. 1871. Henry Hancock, Chairman.
1860. Cæsar Henry Hawkins, Chairman. 1872. T. Blizard Curling, Chairman.
Robert Lee, M.D.

1873. FREDK. LE GROS CLARK, Chairman. 1861. James Luke, Chairman. 1874. SIRJAMES PAGET, Bart., Chairman.

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN DENTAL SURGERY. 1860. William Lawrence.

1865. William Anthony Harrison. Joseph Henry Green.

1868. Richard Partridge.
James Moncrieff Arnott.

John Hilton.
Thomas Bell.

1870. Edward Cock.
John Tomes.

GEORGE AUGUSTUS IBBETSON.
Arnold Rogers.

1871. SAMUEL JAMES AUGUSTUS SALTER. 1864. John Flint South.

1872. FREDERICK LE GROS CLARK. 1865. Frederic Carpenter Skey.

1873. HENRY HANCOCK.
SAMUEL CARTWRIGHT.

WILLIAM SCOVELL SAVORY.
James Luke.

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HUNTERIAN ORATORS. 1814. Sir Everard Home, Bart.

1839. Edward Stanley. 1815. Sir William Blizard.

1840. Joseph Henry Green. 1816. Henry Cline.

1841. Thomas Callaway. 1817. William Norris.

1842. George Gisborne Babington. 1818. Sir David Dundas, Bart.

1843. James Moncrieff Arnott. 1819. John Abernethy.

1844. John Flint South. 1820. Sir Anthony Carlisle.

1846. William Lawrence. 1821. Thomas Chevalier.

1847. Joseph Henry Green. 1822. Sir Everard Home, Bart.

1.848. Richard Dugard Grainger. 1823. Sir William Blizard.

1849. Cæsar Henry Hawkins. 1824. Henry Cline.

1850. Frederic Carpenter Skey. 1825. William Norris.

1852. James Luke. 1826. Sir Anthony Carlisle.

1853. Bransby Blake Cooper. 1827. Honoratus Leigh Thomas.

1855. Joseph Hodgson. 1828. Sir William Blizard.

1857. Thomas Wormald. 1829. John Painter Vincent.

1859. John Bishop. 1830. George James Guthrie.

1861. William Coulson. 1831. Anthony White.

1863. George Gulliver. 1832. Samuel Cooper.

1865. Richard Partridge. 1833. John Howship.

1867. John Hilton.
1834. William Lawrence.

1869. Richard Quain.
1837. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Bart. 1871. Sir William Fergusson, Bart.
1838. Benjamin Travers.

1873. Henry Hancock.

PROFESSORS OF ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND

SURGERY. 1800. James Wilson.

1821. Sir Everard Home. 1804. Sir William Blizard.

1822. Thomas Chevalier. Everard Home.

1823. Joseph Henry Green. 1813. John Abernethy.

1824. Charles Bell. Astley Paston Cooper.

1828. George James Guthrie. 1816. William Lawrence.

Herbert Mayo. 1817. Anthony Carlisle.

1831. Charles Bell. 1818. James Wilson.

1832. Henry Earle. 1819. Benjamin Collins Brodie.

PROFESSORS OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND SURGERY

(ARRIS AND GALE). 1835. Edward Stanley.

1854. Prescott Gardner Hewett. 1838. Frederick Tyrrell.

1859. John Hilton. 1841. Bransby Blake Cooper.

1862. Samuel Solly. 1845. John Flint South.

1863. William Fergusson. 1847. James Paget.

1865. Henry Hancock. 1852. Frederic Carpenter Skey.

1867. Frederick Le Gros Clark.

PROFESSOR OF SURGERY AND PATHOLOGY

(HUNTERIAN). 1868. Frederick Le Gros Clark.

1871. Timothy Holmes. 1869. John Birkett.

1874. HENRY LEE.

PROFESSORS OF COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND

PHYSIOLOGY (HUNTERIAN). 1835. Richard Owen.

1862. Thomas Henry Huxley. 1856. George Busk.

1869. William Henry Flower. 1859. William Scovell Savory.

1874. WILLIAM KITCHEN PARKER. 1861. George Gulliver.

PROFESSOR OF HISTOLOGY.

1853. John Thomas Quekett.

PROFESSOR OF DERMATOLOGY.

1869. ERASMUS WILSON.

LECTURER ON ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

(ARRIS AND GALE). 1868. John Whitaker Hulke.

1873. George Wm. Callender. 1871. George Murray Humphry.

1874. William Turner.

OFFICERS.

MUSEUM.

CONSERVATORS. 1800. William Clift.

1852. John Thomas Quekett. 1842. Richard Owen.

1861. WILLIAM HENRY FLOWER.

ASSISTANT CONSERVATORS. 1824. William Home Clift.

1843. John Thomas Quekett. 1827. Richard Owen.

ASSISTANTS IN THE MUSEUM. 1858. Thomas Howard Stewart.

1868. Litchfield Jones Moseley. James Murie.

1871. JAMES FREDERICK GOODHART. 1860. Charles Bader.

James Lidderdale. 1863. James Bell Pettigrew.

1873. ALBAN HENRY GRIFFITAS DORAN. STUDENTS IN HUMAN AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY. 1839. William Crozier.

1848. Charles Henry Hallett. 1840. John Thomas Quekett.

1849. George Robert Skinner 1841. William Augustus Hillman. 1850. David Henry Monckton. 1842. James Dunn.

1851. John Falconer. 1843. John Williams.

1852. John Henry Sylvester. 1844. Simon Rood Pittard.

1853. Henry Vandyke Carter. 1845. George Hansbrow.

1854. John Lizars Lizars. 1846. Edward Charles Hulme.

1855. Henry Robert Silvester. 1847. John Thomas Arlidge.

Thomas Howard Stewart.
LIBRARY.

LIBRARIANS. 1828. Robert Willis.

1853. JOHN CHATTO.
ASSISTANT-LIBRARIAN.
1832. Thomas Madden Stone.

COLLEGE DEPARTMENT.
SECRETARIES.

1865. EDWARD TRIMMER.

1800. Okey Belfour. 1811. Edmund Belfour.

ASSISTANT-SECRETARY. 1859. Edward Trimmer.

1800. William Paas.
1802. Jeremiah Gibbeson.

BEADLES.

1807. William Taylor.
1811. William Stone.

CLERKS. 1842. Henry Poole Gregg.

1853. THOMAS MADDEN STONE. HONORARY MEDAL.

PRESENTED TO 1800. James Wilson.

1834. George Bennett. 1822. James Parkinson.

1869. William Lodewyk Crowther. 1825. Joseph Swan.

FELLOWS AND MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE WHO HAVE OBTAINE THE COLLEGIAL TRIENNIAL PRIZE, WITH THE SUBJECTS

OF THEIR DISSERTATIONS.

1822. JOSEPH SWAN.-A minute dissection of the Nerves of the Medulla Spinali

from their origin to their terminations, and to their conjunctions with the Cerebral and Visceral Nerves ; authenticated by preparations of the dis

sected parts. 1825. JOSEPH SWAN.-A minute dissection of the Cerebral Nerves from their origir

to their termination, and to their conjunction with the Nerves of the Medulla Spinalis and Viscera ; authenticated by preparations of the

dissected parts. 1828. An inquiry into the ultimate terminations of the Sanguiferous System and the

commencement and terminations of the Lymphatic System, explanatory of the means by which parts of the Body are formed, maintained, altered,

and removed ; authenticated by preparations. No Dissertation received. 1831. On the effects produced by complete or partial Division of the various Nerves,

or by other Injuries to those Structures. No Dissertation received. 1834. To determine the diameters, disposition, and modes of communication of the

continuous capillary arteries and veins, both in the pulmonic and systemic circulations; and also the disposition of the vascular system in the Spleen, Corpus Cavernosum and Corpus Spongiosum; the subject to be illustrated by injected and other preparations of the human capillaries and those

of inferior animals. No Dissertation received. 1837. To determine the diameters, disposition, and modes of communication of the

continuous capillary arteries and veins, both in the pulmonic and general circulations; the subject to be illustrated by injected and other preparations

both of the human body and of inferior animals. No Dissertation received. 1840. THOMAS WILLIAMS.---The structure and functions of the Lungs. 1843. HOLMES COOTE.—The Anatomy of the fibres of the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, and

Spinal Cord in the Human Subject, together with the origins of the cerebral, spinal, and sympathetic nerves, specially illustrated by the anatomy

of the same parts in the lower vertebrate animals. 1846. HENRY GRAY.— The origin, connexion, and distribution of the Nerves of the

Human Eye and its appendages, illustrated by comparative dissections of

the Eye in the other vertebrate animals.

ALFRED POLAND.Honorarium for Dissertation on same subject. 1849. The functions of the several parts of the large Intestines in animals of the

class Mammalia. No Dissertation received. 1852. The structure and functions of the Ganglionic Systems of Nerves in Man

illustrated by reference to Comparative Anatomy. No Award. 1855. The structure and functions of the Lymphatic and Lacteal Systems illustrated

by reference to Comparative Anatomy. No Award. 1858. GEORGE HARLEY.—The anatomy and physiology of the Suprarenal Bodies,

illustrated by drawings and preparations. 1861. The Structural Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic Vessels and Glands

(the anatomical distribution not being required); the communications (if any) between the Lymphatics and the Blood vessels to be demonstrated ; and the influence (if any) which the Lymphatic Vessels or Glands exercise on the fluids they transmit to be elucidated. The dissertation to be illustrated by preparations and drawings. No Dissertation received.

1874.

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1864. The anatomical structure of those parts of the Eyeball which are contained

within the Sclerotic and Cornea; with illustrations drawn from each of

the five great divisions of the Vertebrata. No Award. 1867. The Anatomy and Physiology of the organs of Taste and Smell in the

Mammalia. No Dissertation received. 1870. The Structure and Functions of the Medulla Oblongata, including the con

nections of the Central Nerve-Roots. No award.

FELLOWS AND MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE WHO HAVE OBTAINED
THE JACKSONIAN PRIZES, WITH THE SUBJECTS

OF THEIR DISSERTATIONS.
1801. On the diseases of Joints, particularly of the Knee, and the best mode of

treating them. No Dissertation received. 1802. On Gunshot wounds and the best mode of treating them. No Award. 1803. THOMAS CHEVALIER.—Gunshot wounds and the best mode of treating them.

THOMAS NOBLE ELWYN.—Diseases of the Urethra and the best method of

treatment.
1804. WILLIAM CHANDLER.-Aneurism and the best method of treatment.

On Herniæ, particularly Femoral Hernia, and the best method of treatment.

No Award. 1805. JOHN HYSLOP.-Injuries of the Head from external violence. 1806. SAMUEL COOPER.The Diseases of Joints, particularly of the Hip and Knee,

and the best mode of treatment.

WILLIAM LAWRENCE.--Hernia and the best mode of treatment. 1807. John HysLOP.—Diseases of the Eye and its appendages, with the treatment

of them.
1808. CHRISTOPHER T. JOHNSON.-On Cancer and its treatment.
- 1809. GABRIEL J. M. De Lys.--Fractures of the Bones of the Trunk, and the treat-

ment of them.
1810. JOHN SODEN.-The Bite of a Rabid Animal.

JAMES GILLMAN.--Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subject.
1811. JOSEPH HODGSON.--Wounds and Diseases of Arteries and Veins.
1812. WILLIAM GOODLAD.—Diseases of the Vessels andGlands of theAbsorbentSystem.
1813. DANIEL PRING.-Injuries and Diseases of Nerves.

HENRY EARLE.-Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subject.
1814. On Injuries and Diseases of Muscle. No Award.
1815. EDWARD STANLEY.--On Diseases of Bone. .
1816. On Scrofula. No Dissertation received.

On Syphilis. No Award.
1817. JOSEPH SWAN.-On Deafness and the Diseases and Injuries of the Organ of

Hearing.
1818. EUSEBIUS ARTHUR LLOYD.-On Scrofula,

JOHN HADDY JAMES.-On Inflammation.

On Diseases of the Skin. No Dissertation received.
1819. JOSEPH SWAN.-On the Treatment of morbid local affections of Nerves.
1820. On Diseases of the Skin. No Dissertation received.

On Diseases of the Rectum. No Dissertation received.
1821. ROBERT BINGHAM.On Injuries and Diseases of the Bladder.
1822. THOMAS WILLIAM CHEVALIER.-On Injuries and Diseases of Muscle.

SAMUEL PLUMBE.-On Diseases of the Skin.

GEORGE CALVERT.--On Diseases of the Rectum. 1823. GEORGE CALVERT.-On Fungus Hæmatodes.

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