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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-227

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EVENING CLASSES 227 GEOGRAPHY OF ENGLAND IN ITS RELATION TO HISTORY General View of the Geography of England -Its Natural Features -Coasts Rivers Hills &c II III -Geographical Relations of Britain to the Coun- tries of the neighbouring Continent -The Roman and Saxcn Periods -The Danelagh -The Division into Counties IV The Norman Period -The Plantagenets -Their Continental Dominions -Geographical Divisions of Europe in the 11 th 12th and 3th Centuries VI VII England during the Wars of the Roses -The Battle-fields of the Roses VIII IX Scotland and Ireland at the close of the 15th Cen- tury -Countries of the Reformation -XVI Geographical View of England under the Tudors -Its Towns -London in the 13th and 14th Centuries Development of Trade Commerce Domestic and Foreign English Share in the Maritime Enterprise of the Age -The Voyages of Cabot Willoughby Frobisher Gilbert Drake Raleigh &c -Connexion with Foreign Powers Growth of Manufactures -Shipping -Distribu- tion of the Population XVII XVIII Summary of the Condition and Extent of Geo- graphical Knowledge at Home and Abroad at the close of the Tudor Period -Connexion of Geo- graphical Studies and Enquiries with the Social Condition and Advance of Nations VIII MATHEMATICS Upper Division -Algebra and the Differential and Integral Calculus Application to the Theory 01' Annuities and Life Assurance Newton's Principia Mechanics and Natural Philosophy Lotcer Division -Geometry Algebra Trigonometry ρ
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