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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-338

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EVENING CLASSES 337 VIII Library The Library of the College is open during the Winter Course for the purposes of study to all Evening Class Students from 30 to every evening except Saturday Associates and Students of other Departments of the College are admitted to the Library during the evenings of the Winter Session on payment of 10s 6d each IX SUMMER COURSE 1880 This Course will commence on Monday April 19 and end on Eriday July the last week being devoted to Examinations The following will be the subjects Monday Subject Name of Lecturer CHEMISTRY Thomson GREEK- Class -Homer Odyssey BookXI ft ντ Greek Composition optional Class II -Valpy's Delectus White -Xeno- phon Anabasis -Grammar -1 Arnold's Accidence John Lamb Mayor's Greek for Beginners Part GERMAN- Class -Reading of Modern Germany Work to be selected at the First Lecture and Translations from PR0p Bochheim Ph English authors -Original Ger-j man Composition Optional Special attention "will be paid in this Class to German Conversation Class II -Elementary Grammar Reading Herr Reinicke GEOLOGY-The Characteristic Fossils of the Rev Thos Wiitshiee British Strata
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