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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-440

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434 EVENING CLASSES 'Class II will chiefly be adapted for those Students who may wish to qualify them- selves as Foreign Correspondents and for those who are desirous of preparing for the Commercial Examinations carried and Cambridge Ex- Class II to Prof Buchheim Ph on by the Oxford amination Board by the Society of Arts and by the College of Preceptors on behalf of the London Chamber of Commerce General Recapitulation of Accidence and Elementary Syntax German Prose Composition Translation of English Commercial Letters Trade Reports &c and Writing of German Commercial Letters Original Dictation Conversation books recommended The Clarendon Press Edition of Cha- misso's Peter Schlemihl ί Buchheim's German Prose Composition One of the chief obstacles for English clerks in qualifying themselves as Foreign Correspondents consists in their difficulty of making themselves practically acquainted with the various modes of German handwriting and in order to obviate that difficulty Professor Buchheim will be happy to place at the disposal of the students for temporary use facsimile German commercial letters which have been actually used in the transaction of business The written work of the students will be corrected outside the Class and when returned the principal corrections will be explained orally at the Class Professor Buchheim will be assisted in the conduct of the above Classes by Herr Koyen present themselves for an advanced class to be held from to arrangements will be made to meet their wishes In case sufficient number of students should
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