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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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BALTIMORE

College of Dental Surgery,

INSTITUTED, A. D. 1840.

CHAPIN A. HABRIS, D. D. S., M. D
Principles of Dental Science.

THOMAS E. BOND, JR., M. D.
Therapeutics and Maleria Medica.

WASHINGTON R. HANDY, M. D.
Anatomy and Physiology.

PHILIP H. AUSTEN, D. D. S., M. D.
Mechanical Dentistry.

EDWARD MAYNARD, D. D. S., M. D.
Theory and Practice of Dental Surgery.

REGINALD N. WRIGHT, M. D.
Chemistry and Metallurgy.

CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON, M. D.

Microscopical and Comparative Anatomy of

the Teeth.

GEORGE.W. NEIDICH, D. D. S.
Demonstrator of Dental Surgery.

The Seventeenth Annual Session will commence on the 1st day of October, and close on the
3d of March.

The regular course of LECTURES will commence on the 1st of November.

The entire day during October, and the morning of each day during the rest of the session,
will be devoted to Practical Dentistry and Anatomical Dissections.

The Infirmary, open every morning from 8 to 12, affords to the student unsurpassed facili-
ties for the acquirement of a practical knowledge of every Operation in Surgical, Medical and
Mechanical Dentistry.

Tickets for the Lectures, $110. Infirmary Ticket, $10. Matriculation Fee, $5. Gradua-
tion Fee, $30. Dissection Ticket, (optional,) $10.

For further information, address.

P. H. AUSTEN, Dean of the Faculty.

No. 76 SHARP STEEET, BALTIMORE.

The CITIZENS OF BALTIMORE, are respectfully informed that in the "Dental Operating
Rooms" connected with this Institution, (situated over the NEW ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
N. E. Corner of Hanover and Lombard streets, entrance 2nd door on Lombard street,) which
are open every morning from 8 o'clock until 12, teeth are extracted, Tartar removed from
the Tooth. Diseased Gums treated and Teeth filled with Tin Foil, without charge. Also,
Teeth Filial with Gold, and Artificial Teeth inserted with Pivots, or upon Silver, Gold or
Platinum at very moderate charges, sufficient to defray the expense incurred. Particular at-
tention will be given to the correction of Irregularities of Teeth in children. Professional
advice at all times rendered GRATIS.

The Faculty being charged with the education of Dentists from every section of the United
States. are careful that all operations performed under their superintendence shall be done
in the best possible manner.


 

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