Punch,  1 (1841), 244.

The Physiology of the London Medical Student—10. The Termination of the Hall Examination  [10/12]



Diary, Drollery, Serial


Medical Practitioners, Education, Universities, Dissection, Lecturing, Anatomy

Institutions mentioned:

Apothecaries' Hall, University of London

    Describes the activities of various students the morning after their post-examination merriment. Describes the scene in the dissecting room, where students rejoice at hearing the news that the anatomy teacher is 'unavoidably detained'. Students consequently indulge in various naughty activities including schemes to kill a hen and another to let loose domestic animals in the dissecting room.

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