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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-160

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G ×™ department op science races of man distribution of the races origin of rnc characters Growth of civilisation in Europe as showing the influence of geographical circumstances on modes of thought on the emotions on industrial occupations and on health tending to explain how far political geography is dependent upon physical geography Every student is required to write exercises from week to week and to answer questions on every lecture 11 -Logic and Metaphysics Lectures are given in these subjects on Wednesdays from to III regulations respecting students The days fixed for the admission of new Students in the Academical Year 1890-91 are Tuesday September 30 Wednesday January 14 and Wednesday April 15 All new Students are examined on their joining this Depart- inent in Euclid Books IL Arithmetic and Elementary Algebra including Simple Equations with view to classili- cation II The regular work of the Term will begin on Thursday October Thursday January 15 and Thursday April 16 on which days all old Students must be present at 10 unless special leave of absence is obtained beforehand from the Principal III The Council require that Half-term's notice be given to the Secretary in writing of the removal of Student from the College This notice must be given before the close of the fir8t half of the term in which Student is to leave and if not so given the payment of Half-term's fees will be required In 1890-91 the Half-terms will end on November February 20 and May 29
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