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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-471

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EVENING CLASSES 465 THE DAIRY AND AGRICULTURE Frederick Lloyd Milk -The Production Composition Analysis and Properties of Milk- The Preservation and Distribution of Milk Cream -Its Production Composition and Properties-Cream Separators and their Application Butter -The Principle of Butter-making-Apparatus employed in Butter- making-The Composition of Butter-The Utilisation of Skim Milk Cheese -The Principles of Cheese-making-Rennet-Apparatus employed in Cheese-making-The Composition and Properties of Cheeses-Varieties of British Cheese-Utilisation of Whey Dairy Stock -For Milk Production-Butter Production-Cheese Production The Feeding of Dairy Stock- The Management of Dairy Stock Lectures from to LATIN Friday Class L-Cicero Pro Plancio subject for the University of London Interm Examination July 1892 Warr Latin Composition optional Class II -Henry's First Latin Book-Virgil Aeneid Bks vi vii subject for fP4DC the University of London Matncu lation Examination June 1692 Lectures from 30 to ENGLISH HISTORY" AND GEOGRAPHY Latham Lectures from to mrj τ י τ τ ην ί Prof Huntington PRACTICAL METALLURGY Davison Assaying and the Study of the Properties of Metals in the Laboratory from to φ ITALIAN Professor Perini Lectures from 30 to PHYSICS Herroun Experimental Lectures and Demonstrations in Sound and Light These will deal with those branches included in the Syllabus for the Preliminary and Intermediate Scientific Examinations of the University of London Lectures from to II Tutorial Class In this class numerical questions will be given on the work of the Lectures and in other branches of Physics required for the above examinations The mtthods of solving numerical examples will be fully con- sidered points of difficulty explained and examination papers will be given to be answered at home and afterwards corrected Class from to Fee for Physics Lecture and Phjsics Tutorial each £1 le
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