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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-285

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EVENING CLASSES 285 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- stones Clays &c will be described and the Minerals peculiar to each noticed The application of Geology to pursuits connected with mining operations -for Coal Iron Copper Tin Silver Gold Mercury Antimony Zinc Cobalt Sec -will be specially con- sidered The Student is directed how to proceed in examining new country to collect and record his observations and mark bis specimens in order to render them useful to more experienced geologists at home In order more fully to exemplify the applications of the Science the Professor will endeavour to make arrangements with the members of his Class to take them to various Museums in London including the Museum of Practical Geology and the British Museum also on excursions into the country where the actual field-work of the Geologist will be explained and illustrated XXVI ZOOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Course embraces complete survey of the Organiza- tion Natural History and Classification of the Animal Kingdom The Subjects will be treated of in the following order DIVISION PROTOZOA -Rhizopoda-Sponges-Infusorial Ani- malcules ANTHOZOA -Various forms of Coral-Polypes Struc- ture and growth of Corals
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