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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-125

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122 FACULTY OF ARTS IV -Post-graduate and Research A12 -French Language and Literature Prof Spiers and Mr Hughes Time to be arranged A13 -Romance Philology Dr Shears Time to be arranged -Conversation Classes Υ -These classes are held every morning except Saturday and every afternoon except Wednesday and Saturday This instruction is given on behalf of Prof Spiers by Madame de Walmont Mr Victor Leuliette es and lecturer from the Eerie Normale Note For Evening Classes see 248 For Classes for Degrees in Commerce see 141 GEOGRAPHY Head of the Department Professor William Thomas Gordon Sc -Intermediate Arts Υ -General Physical Geography and the Elements of Meteorology At King's College Tu Th 11-12 during first term -General Regional Geography At School of Economics Tu Th 11-12 during second and third terms II -B Pass Courses to A4 as for Honours III -B Honours Ar-The Physical Basis of Geography Prof Gordon 3-5 -Use of Surveying Instruments and Map Projections Prof Jameson Lectures Michaelmas and Lent Terms 11- 12 Sat in third term practical work in the field -Map Reading and Map Making Mr Jones and Mrs Ormsby at School of Economics 3-5 or Sat 11-1 A4 -General Regional and Historical Geography Mr Jones and Mrs Ormsby at School of Economics 5-6 A6 -History of Geographical Discovery Prof Newton Tu 4-5 -Historical Geography Sir Mackinder at School of Economics Profs Newton Seton-Watson 12-1 -Economic Geography Prof Sargent and others at School of Economics 11-12
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