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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-115

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GENERAL LITERATURE Ill ommerce influence of geological structure on mining and igricultural industries produce and supply of raw material Ī· relation to manufactures grouping of population in rela- ion to industries national characteristics habits institu- ions education government colonies and these subjects ill be examined first in their national aspects and then as earing upon international relations America and the Australian regions will be examined hiefly as illustrations of the ways in which institutions and haracteristics of different European peoples have become odified under altered physical surroundings in the several tates and as exemplifying the basis for the commercial elations which give the countries international importance hose parts of Asia and Africa which are mere intimately onnected with Europe will also be described In April and May short course of lectures on Practical eography will be given on Saturday afternoons in the open ountry in connection with the London Field Class conducted Professor Seeley 10 Mineralogy and Geology see page 153 11 Mechanics and Physics see page 151 12 Chemistry see page 151 13 Vocal Music Thursdays from 30 to 30 Class for Sight-Singing including Elementary Theory 14 Day Training Students The Education Department has sanctioned the training teachers for service in elementary schools at certain colleges University rank and in the London district King's College been thus recognized and authorized to receive fifty male tudents Such Students are enrolled as Matriculated Students of the Department of General Literature They attend the lasscsof this Department in all subjects not distinctly pro essional as far as such classes are suitable The terms kept ill be counted as part of the qualification for the Associate hip of the College
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