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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-432

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426 EVENING CLASSES FINE ART Professor Holden Freehand and Model Drawing Shading from the Cast Study of the Antique Design &c Painting Still Life in Oil and Water Colours Life Class Figure and Costume Models Class from to Wedn esday CHEMISTRY ELEMENTARY Johnson These lectures on the Non-Metallic Elements are arranged for Student preparing for the London University Matriculation Examination Lectures from to GREEK TESTAMENT Rev Jackson Lectures from 30 to ENGLISH- History and Grammatical Structure of tne Language-Analysis of ין Δ κ Ρ Sentences -Composition Ab י י stractand Precis Writing Lectuies from 30 to Thursday MECHANICS &c Tomlinson Outline of the Lectures Kinematics-Motion Measurement of Motion-Space described-lllustra- tions of uniformly accelerated Motion furnished by Bodies under the Action of Gravity Kinetics-Force Definitions and Principles-Newton's Laws of Motion Energy Statics-Rest Definitions and Principles-Principle of the Parallelogram of Forces-Triangle of Forces-Mechanical Powers Hydromechanics-Mechanics of Fluids Definitions and Principles Laws of Fluid Pressure-Hydromechanical Instruments The Lectures will be illustrated by Experiments and are specially designed with view to meet the requirements of those who may be preparing for the London University Matriculation Examination Lectures from 30 to GEOGRAPHY Professor Seeley Continuation of course begun in October See page 396 Lectures from to
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