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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-195

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ENGINEERING 191 In addition to the regular Lectures to the Matriculated Students in this Department Private Instruction is also given in theoretical and practical Photography to such gentlemen as may wish to avail themselves of the Lecturer's services Each Student must on entering this Class provide himself with Lens Camera Dark Slides and Camera Stand Arrangements have been made with Messrs Swift and Son Tottenham Court Eoad to supply these items of thoroughly good kind at Ā£3 3s for each set Should any Student on leaving the Department not wish to retain these articles the College will take them back at fair valuation The fee for private instruction for the Course is 61 5s inclusive of Chemicals the number of lessons being regu- lated as under Student lessons of hours each Students- Students-10 Students-12 For fee of 13 10$ private Student is entitled to attend- ance at Lectures and to the use of chemicals apparatus &c for three terms 12 Metallurgy Established by aid of the City and Guilds Institute Third Year Students -Monday and Friday 3-4 This Course of lectures is designed for all those who in any way have to deal practically with the applications of metals It treats of the methods by which metals are obtained from their ores and the means by which they are rendered suitable for the various requirements of the Arts The following are the principal subjects treated of General considerations concerning the principles of Metallurgy
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