Torontonensis, 1900, Vol. 3

Torontonensis, 1900, Vol. 3 : A Yearly Record and Memorial of Student Life in the University of Toronto (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Torontonensis, 1900, Vol. 3: A Yearly Record and Memorial of Student Life in the University of Toronto
Divinity left out; there being at that time two well-formed Faculties of Arts and Medicine.
The Faculty of Medicine of King's College was established in 1843, the members being men of repute from the colleges of London and Dublin. That year there were only two matriculated students in attendance, one of these being Dr. James H. Richardson. In 1849, as a Faculty of the University of Toronto, there were eighteen students enrolled in Dr. Sullivan's course in Anatomy, which was given in a little frame building close to the old Parliament buildings; later recourse was had to the basement of the old Upper Canada College buildings. Better equipped rooms were at last obtained in what was later known as Moss Hall, situated close to where the Biological building stands at the present time.
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  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 367g
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  • United States
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  • 9780243293636