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John Christie, John Macnab, and John M‘Dowall, from Scotland; Messrs. Francis Jones, Mark Dill, James Campbell, and William Hutton, from Ireland; Mr. Matthias Tlierens, from Essequibo; Mr. John Wood, from St. Thomas's; Mr. John Richard Farre Hutson, from Barbadoes.

His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased to appoint WILLIAM WADD, Esq. of Park-place, St. James's, to be Surgeon Extraordinary to lis Royal Highness.

Mr. STEVENSON is appointed Oculist and Aurist to her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte, and to his Serene Highness the Prince of Saxe-Cobourg.

Dr. ADAMS is elected a Corresponding Member of the Faculté de Medicine (Royal College of Physicians) de Paris.

Dr. Uwins, Physician to the City and Caledonian Dispensaries, will commence a Course of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, at his house, No. 1, Thavies-Ion, Holborn, on the 3d of October, at seven o'clock in the evening; and, in the spriug, Dry Uwins will commence a Course on Materia Medica and Pharmacy.

Dr.-ADAMS will commence bis Course of Lectures on the Institutes and Practiee of -Medieine early in the month of October, at his house, -No: 17, Hatton Garden.

Dr. CLOUGH, 68, Berners'-street, Physician-Accoucheur to the St. Mary-le-bone General Dispensary, the -Endeavour and Benevolent bustitutions, &e. announces-the re-commencement of his Winter Course of Lectures on the Science and Practice of Midwifery, &c. tarly-in-October.

Dr. GEORGE GILBERT CURREY, FeHow of the Royal College of Physieians; and Physician - to St. Thomas's Hospital, will commence-bis Winter Course of Lectures on the Practice and Theory of Medicine, and Materia Medica, on Wednesday, October the 1st.

Dr. CLUTTERBUCK, - Physician to the General Dispensary, Aldersgate street, will begin his Autumn Course of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Physie, Materia Medica, and Chemistry, on Friday, Oct. 3d, at ten o'clock in the morning, at his house, No. 1, in the Crescent, New Bridge-street. Pupils are admitted, as usual, to attend the medical practice of the Dispensary, where Clinical Lec. tures on the hiost interesting cases that occur will be given by the physicians in rotation.

The Lectures on Midwifery, and on tire Diseases of Wonien and Children, by Dr. MERRIMAN, of the Middlesex Hospital, and Dr. Ley, of the Westminster Lying-in Hospital, will be resumed in October next, at the Middlesex Hospital.

Dr. P. M. LATHAM and Dr. Southey will begin their Lectures upon the Practice of Physic, and the Materia Medita, at the Middlesex Hospital, in the first week of October next.

Mr. CLARKE will commence his Lectures on Midwifery, and the Diseases of Women and Children, on Monday, Oct. 6th, from a quarter-past ten to a quarter-past eleven every morning, at No. 10, Saville-row, 'Burlington-gardens.

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Dr. DAVIS, Physician to the Queen's Lying-in Hospital, and to the Lying-in Charity, will commence his first Winter Course of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, and on the Diseases of Women and Children, on Tuesday the 7th of October, at six o'clock in the evening.

The Medical Lectures in the University of Glasgow will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 4th, at the following hours:-Surgery, by Mr. Burns, at nine in the morning; Dietetics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy, by Dr. Millar, at ten; Midwifery, by Mr. Towers, at eleven; Practice of Medicine, by Dr. Freer, at twelve ; Anatomy, by Dr. Jeffray, at two in the afternoon; Institutions of Medicine, by Dr. Freer, at three; Chemistry and Chemical Pharmacy, by Dr. Cleghorn, at seven. -Dr. Graham will commence his Lectures on Botany about the beginning of May next.

Anatomical and Medical School of St. Thomas's and Guy's Hospital. The usual Lectures given at these Hospitals will commence the beginning of October, viz. at St. Thomas's: Anatomy and Operations of Surgery, by Mr. Astley Cooper and Mr. Henry Cline; Principles and Practice of Surgery, by Mr. Astley Cooper.-At Guy's: Practice of Medicine, by Dr. Curry and Dr. Cholmeley; Chemistry, by Dr. Marcet and Mr. Allen; Experimental Philosophy, by Mr. Allen; Theory of Medicine, and Materia Medica, by Dr. Curry and Dr. Cholnieley; Midwifery, and Diseases of Women and Children, by Dr. Haighton ; Physiology, or Laws of the Animal Economy, by ditto; Structure and Diseases of the 'Teeth, by Mr.Fox.

Medical School, St. Bartholomew's Hospital.-The following Courses of Lectures will be delivered at this Hospital during the elsuing winter, to commence October 1st:-On the Theory and Practice of Medicine, by Dr. Hue; on Anatomy and Physiology, by Mr. Abernethy; on the Theory and Practice of Surgery, by ditto ; on Chemistry and Materia Medica, by Dr. Hue; on Midwifery, by Dr. Gooch; Practical Anatomy, with Demonstrations, by Mr. Stanley.

London Hospital.-Lectures on the following subjects will be given at this Hospital, to commence in October:-Anatomy and Physiology, by Mr. Headington; Surgery, by ditto; Midwifery, by Dr. Ramusbottom; Chemistry, by Mr. R. Phillips; Materia Medica and Pharmacy, by ditto.—Mr. R. Phillips will commence a Course of twenty-four Lectures on Chemistry at No. 66, Cheapside, on "the 6th of October, at seven in the evening. (See our Cover.) *** Great Windmill-street. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Bell will commence their Lectures on Anatomy and Surgery on the 1st of October, at tivo o'clock. Mr. Bell will deliver a separate Course of Lectures on Surgery in the evening.' 'The Anatomical Demonstrations will be given by Mr. Shaw, who will direct the students in their dissections. --A Clinical Lecture will be given every week in the Middlesex Hospital.

Theatre of Anatomy, Hatton Garden.--Lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Surgery, by Mr. J. TAUNTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, &c. will commence on Saturday,

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Dr. ADAMS is preparing a new edition of his Life of the late Mr. J. Hunter,

A METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, By Messrs. WILLIAM HARRIS and Co. 50, Holborn, Londoa.

From the 20th July to the 19th August, inclusive.

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Day

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Rain
Therm.
BAROM HYGROM. Wind.

Atmospheric Month.gauge

Variation. Dry Damp July 20 ,10 165 67 60 299 299 33 W SW Fine Rain Fine 21 ,07 164681601298 298 2 2 S S Fine 22 ,04 6369 59298298

33 SW SW Rain Fine 23 05 606957|297297 35 W NW Fine Rain Fine 24 ,12 59|67|58|298 298 34 NW W Fine Rain Fine 25 ,06 606857299299 33 SW W Rain Clo. Fine 26 ,10 61 69 57 299 296

53 S SW Rain Clo. 27 ,07 160/67 54 296 297 22 SW

SW

Rain Fine ,14 160/65 55 298 299

23 W SW Fine Rain 29 ,16 62 66 57 30 298 33 SW va. S

Fine Clo. Rain 30 ,19 161/66 53 297 297 33 SW

SW Fine Rain 31 ,10 57 67 52 297 297 12 2 SW

SW Fine Rain Fine August 1 1,05 57 65154 298 299 22 WSW SW

Fine 2 ,07 58 64 52 299 297 22 WSW W Fine Co. 3 56 66 54 297 298

22 Sw SW Fine Clo. 5665|55|299299 11 swW

Clo. ,09 59 65 54 299 2990 ololo S E Fine 6 59 70 57 30 30 olololo SW

Fine 7 16369 59 298 2990 ololo SE SE Fog Fme Rain 8 1,07 63 69|59|299299 1 SW S Rain Clo. 9 ,04 636758297296

SW S Fwe Rain 10 ,13 6467 57 293 294 2 2 S SEE Fme Rain

,10 167 67 57 294294 23 SW SW Fine Rain 12 1,09 69 69 61 293 294 33 SW

WSW Fine Clo, Rain 13 ,07 166 69 59 294 294 33

SW SSW Fog Clo. Rain 14 ,06 6666 59|295 296 34 | SW SSW Fog Clo. Rain 15 1,09 166 66 60 296296 34 S S Rai 1,13 165 65 60 298 297

4 4 S S Rain 17 ,11 6 4 67 59|297 29 55 SW SE Fine 18 6665 58 297 297

7.7 S SW Five Rain 19 1,06 63 65 58 297 296

5 5

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SW Rain Clo.

The quantity of rain fallen in the month of July is 1 inch and 85-100ths,

REPORT 264

The town has been free from any serious epidemic for a long while. The latter end of the month has, however, been visited with an autumnal diarrhea, wbich, in a few instances, has shown a tendency to dvsentery, and, in one case, with such marks of inflammation as to require the lancet.

Three old subjects have gone through all the stages of febris lenta nervosa, with slight delirium and symptoms somewhat formi. dable, had they been accompanied by others to encrease the alarm, Two had singultus for three days with very little intermission, and it continued after the delirium had ceased and the tongue had become clean. The third had apthæ so alarming as to prevent deglutition for several days, and to produce a fotor which seemed to indicate deeper mischief. They all recovered; but, in the last case, the fever was protracted to twenty-one days. The season has been Jess favourable to children, whether affected with the exanthemate dentition or hooping-cough.

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Our Correspondents will please to be particular in the Address of their Conmunications, which should be thus, To the EDITORS of the LONDON Medical and PIIYSICAL JOURNAL, at Mr. Souter's, No. 73, St. Paul's Church Yard; or at Mr. ADLARD'S, 23, Bartholomew-Close.”

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