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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-433

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EVENING CLASSES 427 FRENCH Thursday Class Professor Mori arty Translation Moliere's "LeMaladelmaginaire" and Translation at sight Composition Commercial Students may substitute Commercia Correspondence for ordinary translation of English into French Text Part II Literature Outlines of the History of French Literature in the XVlIth Century -Grammar and the History of the Language will be studied incidentally part of the teaching is carried on in French Class II Grammar Elementary Reading and ךי Ώ Translation UPUIS ΰΑ Lectures from 30 to ARITHMETIC AND BOOKKEEPING Sayer Lectures from 30 to 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 Lectures from to ANIMAL BIOLOGY Practical and Tutorial Martin Sc This is continuation of the Winter Course of Practical Biology Animal and in addition will include tutorial instruction in Embryology and Histology with Demonstrations Lectures from to DAIRY FARMING SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF Frederick James Lloyd Milk -The Production Composition Analysis and Properties of Milk- The Preservation and Distribution of Milk Cream -Its Production Composition and Properties-Cream Separators and their Application Butter -The Principle of Butter-making-Apparatus employed in Butter- making-The Composition of Butter-The Utilisation of Skim Milk Chee3e -The Principles of Cheese-making-Rennet-Apparatus employed in Cheese-making-The Composition and Properties of Cheeses-Varieties of Biitish Cheese-Utilisation of Whey Dairy Stock -For Milk Production-Butter Production-Cheese Production -The Feeding of Dairy Stock-The Management of Dairy Stock Lectures from to
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