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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-467

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EVENING CLASSES 461 SUMMER COURSE 1892 This Course will commence on Monday May and end Friday July the last week being devoted to Examina- ions The following will be the subjects Monday Suhject Name of Lecturer UBL1C READING to ו Rev Taylor Μ Α UBLIC SPEAKING to LL Voice Cultivation Principles of Elocution and Practical Instruction OGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY These Lectures will be continuation of the course begun in the Winter cssion Lectures from 30 to REEK Class -Euripides' Ion Subject for the University of London Inter- mediate Examination Professor Warr July 1892 Greek Composition Class II -Greek Ex -Abbott's Arnold Perry's Greek Gram -Xen r- מ Anab Bk IV Lond Matric- R' Ceark Β Λ Exam 1892 Lectures from 30 to GERMAN Class -General recapitulation of Acci- dence -Syntax -Composition and Dictation -Commercial Idioms and Prof Buchheim Ph Mercantile German Correspondence optional text books Heine's Harzreise Buchheim's Edition Clarendon Press Buchheim's German Prose Composition Special attention will be paid in this Class to students preparing for any of the Examinations conducted by the University of London the Civil Service Commissioners as well as to those who wish to qualify for the post of Foreign Correspondents Special Prize will be awarded by the Professor to the student who will be placed first in the list at the Midsummer Examination Classes are held in the School of Fine Art every evening See special prospectus
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