Mulberry, opposite Cathedral street.
This constitutes the Collegiate Department of
the University of Maryland. It is under the
general supervision of the Regents of the Uni-
versity and the particular direction and manage-
ment of a President, assisted by different Pro-
fessors and Teachers. It is now in a flourishing
condition, and affords advantages for a sound
HORACE MORRISON, President.
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE AND SEMINARY.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Franklin street.
OFFICERS AND PROFESSORS.
Very Rev. L. R. DELUOL, D. D.
Rev. GILBERT RAYMOND, D. D.
Rev. Jno. B. Randanne. Rev. Edward Knight.
Alexius J. Elder. " Hugh Griffin.
Peter Fredet, D. D. " Michael Slattery.
Augustin Verot. " Oliver Jenkins.
Francis L'homme. " Joseph Maguire.
Charles I. White. Mr. Patrick Kelly.
MARYLAND COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
This Institution was incorporated in January,
1841. The officers consist of a President, two
Vice Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, and a
Board of three Examiners; all of whom con-
stitute a Board of Trustees.
G. W. ANDREWS, M. D., President.
THOS. G. 'MACKENZIE, V. Pres'ts
ROBT. H. COLEMAN,
RUFUS P. LITTLEFIELD, Secretary.
ISRAEL G. GRAHAM, Treasurer.
WM. J. REESE,
J. VD. STEWART, Bd. of Examiners.
BENJ. RUSH ROBERTS,
DAVID STEWART, M. D., Prof, of Theoretical
and Practical Pharmacy.
BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL
Chapin A. Harris, M. D., Prof, of Practical
Thomas E. Bond, M. D., Prof. Special Pathology
W. R. Handy, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy and
C. A. Harris, M. D., and Thos. E. Bond, M. D.,
Professors of Dental Physiology and Pathology.
J. B. Savier, D. D. S., Demonstrator of Mechan-
THOMAS E. BOND, SR., M. D., President.
JOHN FONERDEN, M. D., Secretary.
R. S. Steuart, M. D. Samuel Chew, M. D.
Joshua I. Cohen, M. D. Enoch Noyes, M. D.
Thos. C. Risteau, M. D. J. J. Graves, M. D.
Rev. J. G. Morris, D. D Rev. J.P.K. Henshaw,
Rev. Beverly Waugh, Rev. Jas. G. Hamner,
Leonard Mackall, M. D. John H. Briscoe, M. D.
Rev. G. C. M. Roberts. M. D.
BALTIMORE EASTERN DISPENSARY.
Corner E. Baltimore st. and Harford Hun.
GEN. WM. McDoNALD, President.
A. P. GILES, Treasurer.
DION DOWNS, M. D., Resident Physician.
BALTIMORE GENERAL DISPENSARY.
N. E. Corner of Fayette and Liberty streets.
JAMES WILSON, President.
MATTHEW SMITH, Treasurer.
EDWARD RIDGELY, Secretary.
JOHN FURLONG, Apothecary.
John Walsh, Dr. W. Handy,
Robert P. Brown, John F. Poor,
Dr. David Keener, Dr. Jas. H. McCulloh,
Frederick Focke, O. C. Tiffany,
H. Davey Evans.
Dr. Thos. C. Atldnson, Dr. Wm. T. Wilson,
Dr. Jacob W. Houck.
Dr. W. W. Handy, Dr. A. C. Robinson,
Dr. N. R. Smith, Dr. Thos. H. Buckler,
Dr. Thos. Wright, Dr. J. R. W. Dunbar,
Dr. George S. Gibson.
The Baltimore General Dispensary was estab-
lished for the relief of those sick persons who
can not afford the expense of medicine, and the
advice of attending physicians. The managers
of this institution are very desirous that all such
persons call at the dispensary.
Lost children taken to the dispensary will be
kindly provided for.
Fresh vaccine matter always on hand.
Open from 8 o'clock until 1 o'clock, and from
3 o'clock until sunset.
Physicians attend through the week from 9
until 11 o'clock, and on Sunday 's from 9 until 10
GREEN STREET DISPENSARY.
No. 5 South Green Street.
S. Chamberlaine, M. D. Chris. Johnson, M. D.
L. S. Joines, M. D.
Prof. Chew, A. C. Robinson, M. D.
John Fonerden, M. D.
MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Founded November, 1839.
Corner of Baltimore and Hanover streets.
Open from 3 until 10 o'clock, P. M. Library
5,000 volumes. Periodicals, 30. Honorary mem-
bership, $5; active membership, $3 per annum.
C. BRADENBAUGH, President.
JAMES GREEN, Librarian.
MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Post Office Buildings.
BALTIMORE LIBRARY COMPANY,
Corner of Fayette and Holliday streets.
EXCHANGE READING ROOMS,
Exchange Building, Gay street.
W. G. LYFORD, Keeper.