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266 EVENING CLASSES Euphrates &c -The Pacific Slope-The Yang- tsze Amoor &c -The Northern Slope-Rivers of the Siberian Plain-The Western Slope-Salt Lakes of Central and Western Asia-Basins of the Aral and Caspian-European Rivers III River-systems of the African Continent-The Nile -The Niger-The Zambesi &c -Rivers of the West Coast-The Senegal &c IV River-basins of the New World-The Central Plain of North America-The Mississippi and its Affluents-The Prairies-The St Lawrence Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions Two Lectures Natural Changes in the Aspect of the Earth's Surface-Volcanic Agency-Geographical Distri- bution of Active Volcanoes and Earthquakes- Modern Investigation into the Nature and Origin of Earthquakes Geographical Distribution op Plants and Animals Two Lectures The Cereals and other Food-plants-The Domestic Animals-Contrasts between the Old and New Worlds between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres-Botanical Regions-the Mediter- ranean Shores-The Carnivora and Ruminants of Asia and Africa-Indigenous Flora and Fauna of Australia-Changes effected by Human Agency MODERN TRAVEL AND DISCOVERY Voyages op the Eighteenth Century Two Lectures State of Geographical Knowledge at the close of the Seventeenth Century-Voyagers of the ensuing Period-Cook-LaPerouse-Vancouver-Flinders and others-Trade with China and the East- First Settlement of Australia-The Convict Colony and what it has grown into
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