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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-413

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EVENING CLASSES 411 marine railway steam and other engines cotton woollen carpet machinery Foreign demand Centres of supply and manufacture for tin copper zinc brass bronze lead and other metals Goods made and conditions of the trades which depend upon them Mining manufacture and export of British salt &c ΙΙΓ -Alkali trades acids manures coal-tar trades dyeing ink-making paints tanning &c &c soap-making &c candle-making and other illumination Condi- tions under which such industries are carried on and their relation to import and export industries IV -Silk sources and kinds of raw material British silk trade Import of foreign silks Wool sources of raw material centres of manufacture goods made carpet trade shoddy foreign demand for woollen goods Hair trades alpaca Cotton sources of raw material conditions of manufacture centres of industry goods produced foreign demand Flax phormium jute supply of raw material places of manufacture produce and export Paper- making Hat and bonnet-making Furs fur gar- ments and the fur trade Feathers Boot and shoe trades &c &c -Sources kinds properties and uses of imported tim- ber Shipbuilding and other building trades Cabinet-making and furniture trades Musical in- struments &c PI VI -Distributive and carrying industries Railways and shipping in relation to Commercial Geography VII -The international aspects of British Commercial Geography
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