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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-278

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278 EVENING CLASSES Minerals used in Jewelry -Diamond coloured varieties of Corundum Sapphire Ruby Topaz-called Oriental stones Spinel Turquoise Topaz Emerald Beryl Hyacinth Tourma- line Lapis-lazuli &c The Metalliferous Minerals will be fully described in the Practical Course during Easter Term The Course will include minute description of all the substances entering into the composition of Rocks and of those minerals which are also used in the Arts illustrated by an extensive collection of characteristic specimens and diagrams of the principal crystalline forms Sec Christmas to Easter iologs atrt fining Descriptive Geology Classification of Rocks into Aqueous Volcanic Plutonic and Metamorphic Mineral Composition of Strata -Arenaceous Argillaceous Calcareous Chronological Classification of Sedimentary Rocks with descriptions of the principal fossils belonging to each great deposit Tertiary or enozoic Series -Newer Pliocene Older Pliocene Miocene Eocene Secondary or Mesozoic Series -Cretaceous Wealden Oolitic Upper Middle and Lower Triassic Groups Primary or Paleozoic Series -Permian Carboniferous Devonian Silurian Cambrian Groups The mode of collecting cleaning and arranging Fossils Minerals and Rock-specimens will be described Practical Geology in its application to Mining Engineer- ing Architecture and Agriculture The Lectures delivered on the subject of Geology are in- tended to have especial reference to the important practical applications of that science to Engineering Mining Archi- tecture and Agriculture The Granites Syenites Porphyries Greenstones Serpentines Basalts Lavas Sandstones Lime-
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