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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1870-1871-300

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EVENING CLASSES Î’ Combustible Minerals -Sulphur Bitumen Coal Jet Amber &c 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 ot those minerals which are also used in the Arts illustrated by an extensive collection of characteristic specimens and diagrams of tbe principal crystalline forms Sec 25 GEOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to Lecture Introductory II Denudation and Stratification III Subject continued IV Volcanic Phenomena Earthquakes Elevation and Subsidence VI Oceanic Deposits VII Coral Reefs ancient and modern VIII Subject continued IX Fresh-water Deposits Formation of Coal XI Subject continued XII Principles of Coal Mining XIII Subject continued XIV Gold-bearing liocks XV Subject continued XVI Principles of Gold Mining XVII Rivers Valleys and Gravels XVIII Antiquity of Man
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