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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-309

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DEPARTMENT for LADIES 305 Easter Term course of lectures with class and field work will be given on the British Flora if students enter their names for the same during the preceding term Seologj BY SEELEY Professor of Geology in King's College Tuesday 11 Physical Geology of Britain Michaelmas Term Structure of the Mountains Grampians Malvern Range Cornish Heights Comparison between Mountains of Britain Norway and the Alps Mountainous Districts Wales Lake District Pennine Chain Weald Vanished Plains and plains now changing to hills and valleys The parallel hill ranges of England Hills which stand isolated Antiquity of the English hills The volcanic cones and lava streams of the Western Islands The breaking of the rocks and the veins for Copper Silver and Gold Lent Term Headlands and inlets of the English Channel Firths lochs and islands of the Western Sea Sea-shores which have passed away Lakes and pools of England and Wales The torrent rivers from the oldest Rocks Paths of Rivers through ranges of Hills Geological history of the Thames and the country it passes through
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