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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-436

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430 EVENING CLASSES and occurrence of ores of iron lead and other metals British building' materials and their geographical distribution Practical Work -Professor Seeley will conduct Field Class for the practical study of Geography on Saturday afternoons beginning in April It is open to students of King's College Application for membership should be made to the General Secretary of the Class before March 19 COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY Monday to There are two courses taken in successive years First Course -Commercial Geography of the British Empire Second Course -Commercial Geography of Europe This subject will be treated under the divisions Mineral produce and metal trades-food produce-chemical industries -textile and clothing industries-timber and building in- dustries-distribute and carrying trades Among other sub- jects it will embrace Commercial Geography in relation to Coal properties produce home consumption export and distribution Comparison of sources and supply of the ores of metals Ports for metals and smelting and refining industries The iron and steel trades their geographical conditions Centres and produce of the machinery trades marine railway steam and other engines cotton woollen carpet machinery Foreign demand Centres of supply and manufacture for tin copper zinc brass bronze lead and other metals Goods made and conditions of the trades which depend upon them Mining manufacture and export of salt &c -Agriculture Corn quantity kinds conditions area of produce Foreign grain and flour souices
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