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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-114

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110 GENERAL LITERATURE In German on Tuesday and Friday Senior Class from 30 to 30 Readings of German Classics Translations from Modern English Authors Theory and Practice of German Grammar In Lent Term the Lectures will include the Philology of the German Language and in Easter Term the History of German Literature Special attention will be paid to Students preparing for any of the Examinations carried on by the University of London and the Civil Service Commission Junior Class from 30 to 30 This class is intended for beginners as well as for those wlro have already made some progress in the language The Professor of German gives each year Prize to the Student who has most distinguished himself in German during the Academical Year by steady work and attention Logic and Mental Philosothy Lectures are given in these subjects on Wednesdays from to Each Course will run through Three Terms will consist of about Thirty Lectures and is intended to give such general knowledge of the subject as every educated man may be expected to possess The requirements of the and Sc Examinations of the University of London will be constantly kept in view -Geography Monday from 30 to 30 and 30 to 30 In this course systematic analytical description will be given of each of the great masses of land This is intended to lead up to consideration of the physical conditions under which different states of civilization exist in the several parts of the world The geography of European countries will be examined in relation to the influence of coast lines on fishing and
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