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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-438

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432 EVENING CLASSES -Sources kinds properties and uses of imported tim ber Shipbuilding and other building trades Cabinet-making and furniture trades Musical in- struments &c VI -Distributive and carrying industries Railways and shipping in relation to Commercial Geography VII -The international aspects of Commercial Geography 20 GEOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to The entire Course Winter and Summer will consist of about Thirty Lectures and will treat of the leading facts in connection with Strati graphical and Palieontographical Geology The Lectures illustrated by large series of diagrams and fossils will have in view the preparation of students for the more important public Examinations Winter Session In the Michaelmas Term the Earth's early condition the formation of Rock Masses the succession of Life-Types the theory of Geological Eras and the classification of the Primary or Palaeozoic Strata with their characteristic Fossils will be referred to In the Lent Term the Organic Remains of the Secondary or Mesozoic Period and the various subdivisions of the Triassic Jurassic and Cretaceous systems will be described Summer Session In the Easter Term the Tertiary Period comprising the Eocene Oligocene Miocene and Pliocene Groups the Palaeolithic and Neolithic Deposits Glacial Drifts Cavern Accumulations Traces of Lake Dwellings Land Oscillations and Climatal Changes will be considered
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