ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND

1870 The Lancet  
of having attended a medico-chirurgical hospital in which regular courses of clinical lectures are delivered, together with clinical instruction, for twenty-seven months, or such hospital for eighteen months, with nine months' attendance on a medical hospital, and similar courses of clinical lectures and clinical instruction, the attendance in each case being for not more than nine months in any year, and the attendance on a medico-chirurgical hospital and medical hospital not being taken out
more » ... t being taken out in the same year; and of having attended Practical Midwifery for six months at a recognised lying-in hospital, or produce evidence satisfactory to the College, in each individual case, of having attended Practical Midwifery. Candidates must also produce certificates of character from two registered physicians or surgeons. The examinations are held on the second Wednesday in each month, excepting August and September. Gentlemen holding a Medical or Surgical qualification, who may desire to obtain the licence in Midwifery, will be required to undergo a special examination. The fee for the licence is £15 15s., which may be divided as follows :-For examination at the termination of the first period of study, .85 5s.; for final examination for licence, £10 10s. Fee for the Midwifery diploma, £3 3s. ; fee for the licences in Medicine and Midwifery, if taken out at the same time, .816.
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