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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-189

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ENGINEERING 185 in plan elevation and section Instruction is also given in Freehand and Model drawing Occasional Students may take up any branch which they may wish to follow and can attend the classes whenever the room is open for work It will be seen from the above outline of the course of study that the Students are not only encouraged to make careful and accurate wrorking drawings directly bearing on the subjects in which they receive instruction from the Professors of Civil Engineering Building Construction and Architecture Mechanical Engineering and Art but also receive such practical course of training in the principles and practice of instrumental drawing as enables them to at once enter high class offices on leaving the College Class lectures on Geometry Perspective Isometry &a are given and the Students work out the course suggested by such lectures and their Engineering Mechanical or Architec- tural drawing on alternate days When desired by occasional Students special attention is given to the requirements of the Examinations for Woolwich Sandhurst &c All Students are required to provide them- selves with Rawle's Practical Plane Geometry and Hulme's ζί Mathematical Instruments and How to Use Them together with drawing board and all other needful appliances for successful work Chemistry Students of the first year are admitted to Course of Theoretical and Applied Chemistry from 10 20 to 11 20 011 Tuesday and Friday throughout the Academical Year The following subjects will be discussed Introduction -Illustrations and examples of chemical action Indestructibility of matter Simple and compound substances Laws of chemical combination in definite and multiple proportions Dalton's atomic theory Principles of chemical nomenclature Symbolic notation Formulae and
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