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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-338

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334 EVENING CLASSES Wednesday ENGLISH- Class -Chaucer and his Contemporaries Rev Scrymgocr Class II -Grammatical Structure of the Lan-t guage- Dictation -Composition Rev Adolphus Abstract and Precis Writing GEOGRAPHY Professor Ho he3 Thursday NATURAL PHILOSOPHY Tomlinson Outline of the Lectures Statics Definitions and Principles-Principle of the Parallelogram of Forces-Triangle of Forces-The Mechanical Powers-Friction Dynamics Definitions The Lawe of Motion Motion of Falling Bodies-Centrifugal Force Hydrostatics Definitions and Principles-Equilibrium of Floating and Suspended Bodies-Specific Gravities Methods of determining them Hydrostatical Instruments The Principles discussed in the Lectures will be illustrated by Experiments and Numerical Examples FRENCH- Class -Syntax-Composition-Reading Professor Mariette Class II -Grammar-Idioms-Reading Moiis Stievenard ARITHMETIC Thomas COMPARATIVE ANATOMY and ZOOLOGY Profei-sor Garrod MA See Winter Syllabus Friday LATIN- Class -Horace Odes Books II 1Q warr Μ Latin Composition optional י Class II -Henry's First Latin Book-Cor1 nelius Nepos- Exercises Joh κ Lamb Bradley's -Grammar OFFICIAL HAND-WRITING required byl the Civil Service Commissioners Most of these Classes have special reference to the and Matriculation Examination at the University of London The hour of Meeting will be 30 each Class will meet once in the week and will last one hour and half The Fee for each separate subject will be 1Z Is for Four Classes 37 10s for Five Classes ΊΙ 4s
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