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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-287

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evening classes 287 evening or by the payment of an additional sum of Ā£ Is 14s after Christmas may attend both hours on both evenings Matriculated Students are required unless specially ex- empted to attend the Divinity Class on Wednesday Evening VI Library The Library of the College is open during the Winter Course for the purposes of study to all Gentlemen joining any of these Classes from 30 to every Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday without additional fee except in the case of those attending Divinity only who must pay 10 Od each Session for the use of the Library Associates and Students of the regular Departments of the College are admitted to the Library during the evening on payment of 10$ 6d each VII -Summer Course 1867 This Course will commence on Thursday April 25 Easter week and end on Wednesday July the last week being devoted to examinations on the following subjects Monday Subject Name of Lecturer CHEMISTRY Professor Bioxam GREEK- Class -Xenophon Memorabilia Book Townshend Class ii -Valpy's Delectus White -Xeno- phon Anabasis -Grammar John Lamb Esq Arnold's Accidence Class for reading higher Greek subjects will be formed on the entry of eight names GERMAN- Class -Goethe Hermann and Dorothea Rev Dr Wintzek Class ii -Elementary Herr Schneider BOTANY Professor Bentiey The object of this Course will be to enable the Student to acquire practical knowledge of Plants and the Natural Orders 80 that he may become acquainted with the names structure general characters arrange- ment and uses of oar common indigenous and garden Plants
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