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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-424

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420 EVENING CLASSES Will In connection with this portion of the course students are advised to read Sully's Outlines of Psychology and part of Bain's Mental and Moral Science Under the heading of Moral Science it is proposed to give an historical sketch of ethical systems Prof Sidgwick's "History of Ethics" is recommended as guide on this subject In conclusion it will be attempted to discuss briefly the leading questions which are propounded in Prof Sidgwick's Method of Ethics GREEK Class Class II Xenophon's Cyropedeia Sub- ject for the University of Lon- don Matricul ationExamination June 1888 Greek Composition Valpy's Delectus White -Xeno- phon Anabasis -Grammar Arnold's Accidence Mayor's Greek for Beginners Part Professor Warr John Lamb GERMAN- Class Prof Buchheim Ph -Reading of Modern German Classics -General recapitulation of Acci- dence by means of MS exercises which the Professor will place at the disposal of the students Syntax -Composition and Dicta- tion -Commercial Letter Writing optional Prize will be awarded by the Professor in this Class for the best unprepared Composition Special attention will be paid in this Class to the requirements of students preparing themselves for the Matriculation or Degree examinations in the University of London or for the Indian or Home Civil Service etc Class II Accidence Reading Buch- heim's Modern German Reader Part Η err Reinicke Modern German Reader Part II ז CB METALLURGY Professor Huntington McMillan THE BLOWPIPE Class from to The Practical Examination of Minerals together with the use of the Blowpipe From to GEOLOGY Course on the Rocks and Fossils of the Secondary and Tertiary formations From to Rev Professor Wiltshirf -The "Termant" Prizes are open to such Evening Class Students as have attended either the class of Mineralogy or of Geology during the Academical Year preceding the examination provided they are under 22 years of age on the day fixed for the examination
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