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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-428

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42G EVENING CLASSES The Course will be illustrated by very extensive col- lection of specimens In the Easter Term the lectures will relate both to prac tical blow-pipe work for the determination of minerals and also to the actual examination of specimens and will last from to For particulars relating to the Tennant ×™×™ Prize Section ix Summer Course page 49 BOOKS RECOMMENDED Rutley's Mineralogy Collins's Mineralogy 37 MODERN HISTORY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to English and European History from 1649-1714 Tho period includes that set for the London University Inter- mediate Arts Examination of 1890 to the requirements of which special attention will be paid 38 VOCAL MUSIC Day and Hour of Attendance-Thursday from to This Class is for the practice of Sight-Singing and the Elements of Music 39 PHYSIOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Course is intended to impart general knowledge of the principles and chief facts of the Science The Lectures will be accompanied and illustrated by experiments Microscopical demonstrations preparations dissections diagrams &c
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