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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-397

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EVENING CLASSES 393 Soils -Composition and Properties of Soils-The Atmo- sphere and Soil as Plant Food-Cultivation of the Soil- Improvement of the Soil Drainage Subsoiling &c Manures -Farmyard Manure and it Treatment-Artificial Manures their Composition and Profitable Application Crops -Chemistry and Physiology of Plant Life The Rotation and Treatment of our Principal Farm Crops-The Composition and Value of Agricultural Produce Live Stock -Chemistry and Physiology of Animal Life- The Rearing and Management of Live Stock-The Production of Animal Food-Dairy Management and Produce The Dairy -Production Composition and Properties of Milk Cream Butter and Cheese The Lectures will be especially adapted to prepare students for the Examinations of the Royal Agricultural Society and of the Surveyors' Institute This Course will begin on Thursday October 10 and will consist of about Eighteen Lectures ANCIENT HISTORY Day and Hour of Attendance-Tuesday from to Michaelmas Term -A course of Six Lectures on Primitive Civilisation The distribution of races The first civilisation of Europe Mechanical inventions and primitive art The invention of writing Primitive religion Theocracy Text-book recommended Ε Tylor's 16 Anthropologyv Macmillan Lent Term -History of the chief nations of the East with special reference to art and commerce ARITHMETIC י Two Classes ז Days and Hours of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from to or from to or both hours on both nights by additional paym en The instruction in Arithmetic comprises First Principles Fractions Decimals Evolution Interest Stocks Exchanges
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