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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1854-1855-195

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CIVIL SERVICE AND COMMERCE 197 the Early History of France The Text-book will be Koch's Tableau des Revolutions de l'Europe Students are expected to take notes of each Lecture and afterwards to submit the same for correction English Composition -The Professor requires alternately an Essay on some given subject and an Analysis of some Essay or Speech selected from the English Classics Law -During the ensuing year it is intended to go through such portions of Rlackstone's Commentaries as are suitable for the purposes for which this Department has been formed using as Text-book Mr Warren's Selections from Blackstone and ascertaining the progress of each Student by frequent examinations In succeeding year instruction will be afforded upon Commercial Internationnl and other branches of the Law which require some previous acquaintance with the subject before they can be studied with effect Geography -This course will commence with Lectures on the form size motions and surface of the earth its great physical features and divisions In the second part the British Empire will be the base of the geographical instruction-the connexion between Great Britain her Colonies and the neighbouring countries through their political and commercial relations Book-keeping -The course of instruction in Book-keeping is calculated to simplify this subject and to familiarise the Student with those parts which oiTer any difficulty The system of Book-keeping is by Double Entry on the method practised by commercial firms The Lecturer commences kith full explanation of the various books in ordinary use some of these are gone through each day the work carefully compared and examined so as to detect any false entry which might have occurred and at the completion of each month balance is made as test of accuracy The course of study in Arithmetic is particularly extended to those subjects required by men of business divesting them as much as possible of all technicalities
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