THE MEDICAL SCHOOLS FOR WOMEN.
[TO THE EDITOR OF THE “SPBOTATOR.1
SLE,—Will you permit me to correct a slight inaccuracy in a paragraph in last week's Spectator relating to the admission of women to the Medical School of Edinburgh? It is implied in this paragraph that I attended all the lectures of the medical curricu- lum in the ordinary classes, the truth being that I was admitted to these only for chemistry, pharmacy, natural philosophy, botany, materia medics, and zoology ; and that for the remaining subjects (anatomy, physiology, medical jurisprudence, and the practice of medicine) I was indebted to the kindness of teachers who were willing to repeat their lectures privately. Happily, however, the experiment of mixed classes is being fairly tried at the University