Provident Dispensaries

W. L. Smith
1873 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Philosophy and Physics ; (2) Chemistry; (3) Physiology. But candidates will not be expected to offer themselves in more than two of these. There will also be a practical examination in one or more of the above subjects, if the examiners think it expedient. Candidates are requested to communicate their intentions to the Master of Balliol by letter, on or before Monday, November ioth, inclosing testimonials from their colleges or schools, and (if members of the University) certificates of their
more » ... ificates of their matriculation, and stating the subjects in which they offer themselves for examination.
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