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Sept. 15, 1876. General principles of Vegetable Nutrition ; food of It is intended that the examinations in these several plants; action of green parts of plants; nature and flow subjects should be, as nearly as may be, on the same

grade, as to the amount of attainment they require. The Structure, functions, and life-history of the following experience of the Examiners in Mathematics justifies Animals, as types of some of the chief divisions of the them in stating that any candidate who has thoroughly Animal Kingdom :-Amæba, Vorticella, Hydra, Earth- mastered the Mathematics of the Fist B.Sc. Examination, worm, Mussel, Snail, Lobster or Crayfish, Frog.

and who has such an aptitude for the study as would lead General histology of chief Animal tissues :-Blood; him to select Pure Mathematics as one of his subjects at pavement, columnar, ciliated, and glandular epithelium; the Second, would find no difficulty in mastering the connective tissue; cartilage ; bone; muscle ; nerve-fibres requirements of its programme, by such an amount of and nerve-cells.

study, carried on through an eight months' Academical General physiology of Circulation, Respiration, and Session, as would leave him free to bestow the same Digestion in the Frog, together with the fundamental pro- amount of time and attention on two or even three other perties of muscle, nerve, and the spinal cord.

subjects. It is understood the amount of proficiency Reproduction of Frog, and chief phases in life of tad- expected in each of the three subjects chosen will be that pole.

which the candidate might attain by the steady devotion Thus the student who may be intending to devote him- to it of about one-third of the sessional work of a diligent self specially to Physical or Chemical Science will be student. brought to apprehend the general conceptions common to

Examination for Honours. the two great Organic Kingdoms, without being required Any candidate who has passed the Second B.Sc. Exam. to master the specialities of either. And the student who ination, and has not previously passed the Second B.A. intends to present himself at the second B.Sc. examina- Examination, may be examined at the Honours Examination in either Physiology, Zoology, or Botany, or all com- tion next following the Second B.Sc. Examination at bined, will have laid the best foundation for those special which he has passed, for Honours in (1) Mathematics, studies in the study of General Biology.

(2) Logic and Psychology, (3) Experimental Physics, Examination for Honours.

(4) Chemistry, (5) Botany, (6) Zoology, (7) Physiology,

(8) Physical Geography and Geology ; provided that he Any Candidate who has passed the First B.Sc. Exam- shall have gone through the Pass Examination in the ination in all its subjects may be examined at the Honours corresponding subject or subjects immediately before. Examination next following the First B.Sc. Examination and any Bachelor of Arts who has passed the Second at which he has passed for Honours in (1) Mathematics, B.Sc. Examination may under the same conditions be (2) Experimental Physics, (3) Chemistry, (4) Botany, and examined for Honours in one or more of the above men(5) Zoology; unless he has previously obtained the Exhi- tioned subjects, unless he have previously obtained a bition in Pure and Mixed Mathematics at the First B.A. Scholarship at the Second B.A. Examination in either of Examination, in which case he will not be admissible to the first two of those subjects, in which case he shall not the Examination for Honours in that subject; or unless be admissible to the Examination for Honours in that he has previously obtained the Exhibition at the Prelimi- subject. nary Scientific (M.B.) Examination in either of the

The examination for Honours in Chemistry will take subjects which are common to it with the first B.Sc. Ex: place on Monday and Tuesday in the week following the amination, in which case he will not be admissible to the examination for Honours in Mathematics; on Monday by Examination for Honours in that subject.

printed papers (chiefly on Organic Chemistry), and on Candidates for Honours in Chemistry will be examined Tuesday by practical exercises in Simple Qualitative and in Inorganic Chemistry, (reated more fully than in the Quantitative Analysis. Pass Examination. In addition, they shall be examined The candidate, being not more than 23 years of age, practically in Simple Qualitative and Quantitative Analy: who most distinguishes himself in Chemistry, will receive sis. This Examination, which will consist of six hours' | £50 per annum for the next two years, with the style of examination by printed papers and of six hours' practical | University Scholar. work, will take place on Thursday and Friday in the

Doctor of Science. same week with the Examination for Honours in Mathe. matics, commencing on each day at 10 a.m.

The examination for the Degree of Doctor of Science In the Examination for Honours, the Candidate, not

takes place annually within the first twenty-one days of being more than 22 years of age at the commencement of June, and the examination in each branch occupies four the Pass Examination, who most distinguishes himself in

days. Chemistry or Experimental Physics, will receive an Exhi

No candidate is admitted to the examination for the bition of £40 per annum for the next two years.

Degree of D.Sc. until after the expiration of two Aca

demical Years from the time of his obtaining the Degree Second B.Sc. ExaminATION.

of B.Sc. in this University, unless he shall have passed The Second B.Sc. Examination will commence

the Second B.Sc. Examination in the First Division at Monday, O&ober 23rd, 1877.

least two Academical Years subsequently to having passed Candidates for this Examination are required to have the First B.Sc. Examination, in which case he shall be passed the First B.Sc. Examination at least one academ admitted to the examination for the Degree of Doctor in ical year previously.

Science at the expiration of one Academical Year from The Fee for this Examination is £5.

the time of obtaining his B.Sc. Degree. The regulations, which will be commenced on October

Gilchrist SCHOLARSHIPS. 23rd, 1877, are framed with the view of allowing the

1. A Scholarship of the value of Fifty Pounds per candidate to bring up any three of the following nine annum, and tenable for three years, is annually awarded subjects:

to the highest among those Candidates at the June 1. Pure Mathematics.

Matriculation Examination who have been approved by 2. Mixed Mathematics.

the Principal of University Hall as fit to be received into 3. Experimental Physics.

that Institution with a view to the prosecution of their 4. Chemistry.

studies in University College for Graduation in one of the 5. Botany, including Vegetable Physiology. four Faculties of the University of London ; provided 6. Zoology.

that such Candidate pass either in the Honours List or in 7. Animal Physiology.

the First Division.- Particulars may be obtained on appli. 8. Physical Geography and Geology.

cation to the Principal of University Hall, Gordon 9. Logic and Psychology.

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113 2. A similar Scholarship is annually awarded to the Pembroke, Caius, and Downing Colleges; the examina. Candidate from the Royal Medical College, Epsom, who tions being at Easter, and in June and October. at the June Matriculation Examination stands highest The Chemical Laboratory of the University is open among the Candidates approved by the Head Master of daily for the use of the Students. The Demonstrator that Institution, and who passes either in the Honours attends daily to give instructions. List or in the First Division ; on condition of his prose. Non-collegiate Students are allowed to attend certain cuting his studies during the tenure of his Scholarship of the College Lectures and all the Professors' Lectures, with a view to Graduation in one of the four Faculties of and have the same University status and privileges as the the University of London.—Particulars may be obtained other Students. They are under the superintendence of on application to the Secretary of the Royal Medical the Rev. R. B. Somerset, Orfyrd House, Cambridge, from College, 37, Soho Square, W.

whom further information may be obtained. 3. A similar amount is annually offered to Candidates The following are the Lectures on Chemistry for intending to pursue, at Owens College, Manchester, their the ensuing Academical Year :studies for Graduation in one of the four Faculties of the University of London ; a single Scholarship of Fifty

MichaelMAS TERM, 1876. Pounds per annum for three years being awarded to the General Course, by the Professor of Chemistry, on highest of those Candidates at the June Matriculation Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 12 noon. Begin Examination who shall have been previously approved by Oct. 13. the Principal of Owens College, provided that he pass in Spectroscopic Analysis, by the Professor of Chemistry, the Honours Division; or, in case no Candidate should on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at I p.m. Begin so pass, two Scholarships, each of Twenty-five Pounds Oct. 16. per annum, being awarded to the two Candidates as afore- Qualitative Analysis, by the Professor and the Demon. said who shall stand highest in the First Division.-Parti- strator of Chemistry. Daily. Begin Oct. II. culars may be obtained on application to the Principal of Physical Chemistry, by the Jacksonian Professor, on Owens College, Manchester.

Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 12 noon. Begin
Particulars of the Colonial and Indian Scholarships 04. 17.
may be obtained on application to the Secretary of the The Principles of Qualitative Analysis, by Mr. Main,
Gilchrist Educational Trust, University of London, W. at St. John's College, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and

Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Begin Oct. 19.

Volumetric Analysis, by Mr. Apjohn, at Caius Labora.
Professor of Chemistry.-W. Odling, M.A., F.R.S. tory, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10 a.m.
Professor of Mineralogy.-N. S. Maske lyne, M.A., Begin Oct. 18.

Lent Term, 1877. Demonstrator of Chemistry.-T. H. G. Wyndham, M.A. General Course continued, by the Professor of ChemisAnalyst in Health Laboratory.-W. F. Donkin, M.A. tey, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 12 noon.

Every Student must reside in one or other of the Col. Begin Jan. 24. leges or Halls, or in licensed lodgings, for a period of three Analysis, by the Professor or Demonstrator of Chemisyears, passing at least two examinations in Arts, and one try: Daily. Begin Jan. 24. in either Mathematics, Natural Science, Law, Modern Organic Chemistry, by the Jacksonian Professor, on History, or Theology, when, if he obtain a first, second, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 12 noon. Begin or third class, he can take his B.A. Degree; if he do not Jan. 23. gain such honour he has to pass a third examination in Elementary Course, by Mr. Main, at St. John's Labora. Literis Humanioribus.

tory, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. The instruction in Natural Science is carried on at the Begin Feb. 1. Museum, where there is practical instruction in Physics, Non-metallic Elements, by Mr. Apjohn, at Caius LaChemistry, Anatomy, and several other departments of boratory, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at natural science, together with courses of lectures and of 10 a.m. Begin Feb. 2. practical instruction and work, by the several professors.

Easter TERM, 1877. Scholarships of about the value of £75 are obtainable at Christ Church, Magdalen, and other colleges, by com- Some Special Department, by the Professor of Chemispetitive examination in Natural Science.

try, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 12 noon. More detailed information may be obtained from the Begin April 18. University Calendar; from the professors; from E. Chap- Analysis, by the Professor or Demonstrator of Chemisman, Esq., M.A., Frewin Hall; and from the Sub- try. Daily. Begin April 16. Librarian in the Radcliffe Library or the Museum.

Laboratory Instruction in Chemical Research, by the

Jacksonian Professor. Times to be announced hereafter. UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.

Elementary Inorganic Chemistry, by the Demonstrator Professor of Chemistry.-G. D. Liveing, M.A.

of Chemistry, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays,

at 3 p.m. Facksonian Professor of Natural History.-J. Dewar,

Elementary Course concluded, by Mr. Main, at St. M.A. Demonstrator.-J. W. Hicks, M.A.

John's Laboratory, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur

days, at 12 noon. Begin April 17. The Student must enter at one of the Colleges, or as a

Organic Analysis and Elementary Organic Chemistry. Non-collegiate Student, and keep terms for three years by by Mr. Apjohn, at Caius Laboratory, on Mondays, Wed. residence in the University. He must pass the previous nesdays, and Fridays, at 10 a.m. Begin April 18. examination in Classics and Mathematics, which may be done in the first or second term of residence, or, through

SCIENCE AND ART DEPARTMENT OF THE the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board, before commencing residence. He may then proceed to COMMITTEE (OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, take a Degree in Arts, either continuing mathematical and

SOUTH KENSINGTON, classical study, and passing the ordinary examinations for B.A., or going out in one of the Honour Triposes.

The scholarships, ranging in value from £20 to £80 ROYAL SCHOOL OF MINES, JERMYN STREET. a year, are chiefly given for mathematical and classical

A sum of money is voted annually by Parliament for proficiency. Scholarships are given for Natural Science scientific instruction in the United Kingdom. The object in Trinity, St. John's, St. Peter's, Clare, Christ's, Sidney, "of the grant is to promote instruction Science,


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Sept. 15, 1876. especially among the industrial classes, by affording a

Royal Exhibitions. limited and partial aid or stimulus towards the founding There are nine Royal Exhibitions to the Royal School and maintenance of Science schools and classes.

of Mines, Jermyn Street, of the value of £50 per annum, The assistance granted by the Science and Art Depart. entitling the holders to free admission to all the lectures ment is in the form of–1. Public Examinations, in which and the chemical and metallurgical laboratories at the Queen's Medals and Queen's Prizes were awarded, held at Royal School of Mines, to be held from year to year for all places on complying with certain conditions. 2. Pay three years, on the condition that the holder attends the ments on results to teachers. 3. Scholarships and Exhi.

courses regularly during those years, complies with all bitions. 4. Building Grants. 5. Grants towards the the rules laid down for his guidance, and passes the purchase of apparatus, etc.

examinations required for the associateship of the school. The following Courses of Lectures, Demonstrations, and Practical Laboratory instruction are given at South

Free Admissions. Kensington :

A free admission, conferring the privilege of attending Chemistry, by Professor Frankland, D.C.L., F.R.S. A all Lectures and Examinations without the payment of Course of Forty Lectures on Mineral Chemistry, com- fees, is offered to any person who obtains a Queen's Gold

mencing October 2, 1876. A Course of Thirty Lectures Medal at the annual May Examinations of the Science • on Organic Chemistry, commencing January 15, 1877. and Art Department.

Fees—Lectures on Mineral Chemistry, £4; Lectures on
Organic Chemistry, £3; together, £6.

Royal Scholarships. Chemical Laboratories.- The Laboratories for instruc- Two Scholarships, of fifteen pounds each, are given to tion in chemical manipulation, in qualitative and quanti- the Students who shall stand highest on the list of those tative analysis, the technical application of analysis, and who have passed their Examinations for the first year; in the method of performing chemical researches, are and a Scholarship of twenty-five pounds to that pupil who under the direction of Dr. Frankland, and will be opened has gained the greatest number of marks in the examinaon Monday, October 2, 1876. The Laboratories at South tions of the first two years. Kensington Museum are now used for the instruction of the Pupils of the Royal School of Mines.

KING'S COLLEGE. The charge for instruction in the Chemical Laboratory(Department of EngINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE.) is £ 12 for three mouths, £g for two months, and £5 for one month.

Professor of Chemistry.-C. L. Bloxam, F.C.S. Physics, by Professor Frederick Guthrie, F.R.S. The

Demonstrator.-W. N. Hartley, F.C.S. Course will consist of about Sixty Lectures, with Labora.

Assistant Demonstrator.-J. M. Thompson, F.C.S. tory work on the subject of the Lectures.* The Course 1. For Students intending to devote themselves to will commence on O&ober 4, 1875. Fee for Lectures and Engineering, Manufacturing Chemistry, Mining, Scientific Laboratory work, £10.

Chemistry, Commerce, Agriculture, Manufactures, Military Metallurgy, by Dr. Percy, F.R.S. The Course will con. Science, the Civil Service, and for those who are studying sist of about Fifty Ledures, commencing on October 10, Chemistry for the sake of general information and as 1875.

part of a liberal education. A Course of between fifty Metallurgical Laboratory:--This Laboratory is con- and sixty Lectures, by the Professor, carried on during ducted by Mr. R. Smith, under the direction of Dr. Percy, the whole academical year. This Course is of such a and is devoted to practical instruction in Metallurgy, character that Students may enter, without serious disespecially in Assaying. The nature of this instruction advantage, at the commencement of either of the College will be adapted to the special requirements of the Student. Terms. On Tuesday and Friday, from 10.20 till 11.20. It comprises :-Assaying in all its branches, especially of Fee, £3 3s. a term, or £8 8s. for the year. the more important metals, such as iron, copper, lead, tin, II. For Students who have any Examination in proalloys of silver and gold, &c.; and the examination of spect, or who require general guidance in their Chemical ores and metallurgical products.

studies. A Course of ten or twelve Lectures in each The ability of the Student to make trustworthy assays College Term, by the Assistant_Demonstrator. On is in every case thoroughly tested; and no certificate of Saturday, from 11.15 till 12.15. Fee, £i is. for each competency is given to a Student who has not furnished term. satisfactory proof that he is able to obtain accurate


For Students who are preparing for any Examination, The charge for instruction in the Metallurgical Labo- or who require a general knowledge of Chemistry appliratory is £15 for three months, £ 12 for two months, and cable to any pursuit. £7 for one month.

A. A Course of about forty Lectures, by the DemonBesides the Students entering for the Associateship of strator, commencing in O&ober and terminating in March. the Royal School of Mines, and Teachers in Training, On Monday and Thursday evenings, from 7 till 8. Fee, only such a limited number of occasional public Students £i ris. 6d. for the Course. will be admitted as can be accommodated. Letters with B. A Summer Course of about ten Lectures, in April, respect to the foregoing Courses should be addressed to May, and June. On Monday evenings, from 6.30 till 7.30. the Secretary, Science and Art Department, South Ken- Fee, £r is. for the Course. sington, London, S.W.

Lectures to Working Men.-Short Courses of Ledures at suitable periods of the year are given in the evening For the study of Chemical Analysis of Inorganic and to Working Men... These courses are systematic, and Organic Substances, as far as it is required in most arranged so as to illustrate, within a period of two years, Examinations. This Course is also preliminary to the the principal subjects taught at the institution. Those study of Pra&ical Chemistry in general. for the ensuing Session include Chemistry, Mineralogy, Each Student works independently in the Laboratory, and Applied Mechanics.

which is open in O&ober, November, December, January, EXHIBITIONS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND Prizes. February, March-On Tuesday evening, from 7 till 9 p.m. There are various Exhibitions, Scholarships, and free Fee, £2 us. for the Course. admissions attached to the School. They are as fol day, and Thursday, from 10.15 till 12.15 a.m.

II. May, June, July-On Monday, Tuesday, Wednes

Fee, jow:

£5 5s. for the Course. * A detailed account of the Laboratory Instruction in Physics

III. Each College Term-On Tuesday and Friday, from will be found in the Students' Number of the CHEMICAL News for 1875 (No. 824).

10.20 till 11.40. Fee, £4 45. per Term.



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For the study of all branches of Practical Chemistry.

Professor of Chemistry.--E. A. Letts, Ph.D., F.R.S.E. Each Student works independently in the Laboratory,

Assistant Lecturer.-W. W. J. Nicol, M.A. which is open during all College Terms, on every day

Scholarships. (except Saturday) from 10 till 4, and on Saturday, from 10 till 1. Fees, Experimental and Analytical Chemistry

The following Scholarships will be offered in Oc

tober: -One month, £4 45.; three months, £10 ios.; six months, £18 18s.; nine months, £26 58.

One Chemical Scholarship of the value of £25, tenable for one year.

Subjects of examination :--Ist. A qualifying examinaUNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

tion in the subjects required for the General Scholarships. FACULTY OF Science.

2nd. A Special Competitive Examination in Chemistry, Chemistry.- Professor Williamson, Ph.D., F.R.S.

both written and practical. Assistant Professor.-Charles Graham, D.Sc.

Three General Scholarships of the value of £15 each,

tenable for one year. A. GENERAL Course.

The successful candidates for these General Scholar. Lectures daily (except Saturday) from 11 to 12 a.m., ships will be required to attend at least three subjects of up to the last week in March.

Lectures and Classes at the College. Exercises on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and

The Examinations will begin on Tuesday, the 3rd of Fridays, from 9 to 10 a.m.

October, at 10 a.m., and will be held at the College, Park Fee for the whole Course of Lectures, £7 78.; for the Row, Bristol. The minimum age for Candidates is fixed First or Second Half Course separately, £4 45.; for the

at sixteen. Second Half, when the first has been taken, £3 35.;

The following will be the subjects of Examination :Perpetual, £9 gs.; for the Organic Course alone, £2 2s.

English Grammar and Composition, and Elementary Fee for the Exercise Class, £2 28.

Mathematics. In addition to these, each Candidate will The instruction in this class is of two kinds, consisting be expected to offer at least one subject from the following partly of Experimental Lectures by the Professor, partly list, but will not be allowed to offer more than three: of Exercises and personal instruction on the subject of (1) Latin; (2) French ; (3) German ; (4) some period of the Lectures by the Assistant Professor.

English History ; (5) some period of English Literature ; A weekly viva voce examination is held during the (6) Chemistry; or (7). some other branch of Natural First Half Course and the commencement of the Second Science; (8) some portion of higher Mathematics; (9) Half Course.

Political Economy; (10) Physical and Political Geography Organic Chemistry commences in the second week in of Europe. February, and occupies five Lectures weekly till about

The First Session will be divided into Three Terms. the end of March.

The First Term will commence on the roth of October Teachers of Chemistry are trained in the theory and and end on the 20th of December, 1876. The Second practice of their profession. A two years' Course is Term will commence on the oth of January and end on absolutely requisite for this purpose; but Students will the 28th of March, 1877: The Third Term will commence with advantage devote a longer period to it.

on the 10th of April and end in July, 1877. The first year is occupied with attendance on the Courses of Chemistry and of Analytical Chemistry. In

Inorganic Chemistry. the second year the Student again attends the Course of This Course will consist of Three Lectures a week, and Chemistry, and is entrusted with teaching work in con- will be continued during the First and Second Terms. junction with the Tutors of the Class. At the same time They will be devoted to a consideration of the Theory of he continues to work in the Laboratory at analysis and Chemistry, Chemical Physics' and Descriptive Inorganic original research.

Chemistry. In treating of the various substances under In order to qualify themselves for rising to the higher the latter heading, special attention will be given to their ranks of the Profession, gentlemen remain for a further applications in the arts and manufactures. Fee, £3 35. period, in which case they may obtain remunerative work in teaching through the recommendation of the Pro

Organic Chemistry. fessor.

The Course will consist of about forty Lectures, devoted B.-ANALYTICAL AND PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY.

to a consideration of the Carbon Compounds, and to a

general examination of the leading groups of Organic 1. Birkbeck Laboratory.

Substances. Special attention will be given to the appliThe Laboratory and offices are open daily from 9 a.m. cations of Organic Chemistry to the Arts and Manufactures, to 4 p.m., from the 2nd of Odober until the end of July, more particularly to Dyeing and the Manufacture of Sugar, with a short recess at Christmas and at Easter. Saturday, Soap, Coal Tar products, &c. Fee, £i is. from 9 to 2. Fees, for the Session, 25 guineas; six months, 18

Laboratory Instruction. guineas ; three months, 10 guineas; one month, 4 guineas; The College Laboratory will be open daily at 10 a.m. exclusive of the expense of materials.

Instruction will be given in the Laboratory in all branches

of Practical Chemistry, including Qualitative and QuantiII. Summer Courses.

tative Inorganic and Organic Analysis, the preparation of 1. Elementary Course.-About forty Lessons, of one

Chemical Products, and Inorganic and Organic Research, hour each, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and special facilities being afforded to those who desire to Friday, from 11 to 12, commencing in the Arst week of study Practical Chemistry, as applied to the different proMay.

cesses employed in the Arts and Manufactures. Each Fees, including the cost of materials and apparatus, Student will be required to provide, at his own expense, a for the Course, £ 4 4s. ; Perpetual, £7 7s.

set of ordinary apparatus at a cost of about 21s. The cost 2. Senior Course.—This Course consists of twenty of material for original research must also be paid by the Lessons of two hours each, on Mondays and Saturdays, student requiring it. from 10 to 12, commencing in the first week in May. Fees-per Session :-Students working 6 days per week,

Fees, including cost of materials and apparatus, for the £18 18s.; 3 days per week, £10 ros. Per Term :Course, £4 4s.; Perpetual, £7 78.

Students working 6 days per week, £7 78.; 3 days per


CHEMICAL NEWS, 116 Schools of Chemistry.

Sept. 15, 1876. week, £4 46. Per Month :-Students working 6

Examinations for the title of Associate in Physical Science. week, £33s. ; 3 days per week, £2 25.

Occasional Students will attend such classes as they may

select. Evening Classes.

The Session will commence on the 2nd October, 1876. A Course devoted to Chemical Technology. Fee, ios. Evening Classes.- Professor A. Freire- Marreco, M.A.

Twelve Lectures on the Principles of Modern Chemistry, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, and its relation to other Molecular Forces. Mondays, at CIRENCESTER.

7.45, commencing October 30, 1876. CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT.

OWENS COLLEGE, MANCHESTER. Professor of Chemistry ---A. H. Church, M.A. Oxon.

The Collegiate year is divided into two Sessions, one Professor and Director of the Chemical Laboratorics.beginning in February and ending in June, the other H. E. Roscoe, B.A., Ph.D., F.R.S., F.C.S. beginning in August, dividing in October, and ending in Professor of Organic Chemistry.-C. Schorlemmer, December.

F.R.S. During each Session the following Courses are given :- Demonstrators and Assistant Lecturers.--Mr. W. C. 36 Lectures on Inorganic Chemistry.

Williams, F.C.S., and Mr. M. M. Pattison Muir, F.R.S.E. 36 Lectures on Organic Chemistry.

Hon. Demonstrators.—Mr. Thomas Carnelley, B.Sc., 36 Lectures on Agricultural Chemistry.

and Mr. Oswald Wilkinson. 36 Laboratory Lessons in Chemical Manipulation. 36 Laboratory Lessons in Qualitative Analysis.

Lecture Courses. 36 Laboratory Lessons in Quantitative Analysis. Systematic Chemistry:- Junior Class.—Tuesday, Thurs

The College Laboratory is open every day, except day, and Saturday, from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m., during Saturday, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m.

Michaelmas and Lent Terms. Comprising (1) The laws Advanced Students have the privilege of working at all of Chemical Combination ; (2) a description of the physical times when the Laboratory is not occupied by other and chemical properties and the mode of preparation of classes.

the Non-Metallic Elements and of their compounds.

Senior Class.—Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from YORKSHIRE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, LEEDS.

9.30 to 10.30 a.m., during the Michaelmas and Lent Professor of Chemistry.-T. E. Thorpe, Ph.D., F.R.S.E., | Terms, comprising-(1) The Chemistry of the Metals F.C.S.

and of their most important compounds; (2) Organic Lecture Courses.

Chemistry. 1. General Course on Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

The instruction in Systematic Chemistry is given by -Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at

means (a) of Experimental Lectures and () of Tutorial 4 p.m., from October to the end of March. Fee for the Classes. Course, £4 45.

Fee-For each Class, £2 125. 6d.; for both Classes, 2. Lectures on Laboratory Practice and Chemical Cal- £4 145. 6d. culations—Thursday, at 10 a.m., from October to the A Tutorial Class, meeting in Sections, will also be held, end of March. Fee, is. IS.

which all members of the Junior and Senior Classes will be 3. Lectures on the Chemistry of the Non-Metals-- required to attend, unless specially exempted by the Saturday, at 12 a.m., from October to March. Fee,

Principal and the Professor. Extra fee for this Class, os. 6d.

ros. 68. This fee is not included in the composition fees Laboratory Courses.

payable by regular Students. Professor T. E. Thorpe, Ph.D., F.R.S.E.

Organic Chemistry.- Professor C. Schorlemmer, F.R.S. The College Laboratory will be open daily from 9 a.m.

Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m. to i p.m., and from 2 to 5 p.m., except on Saturdays, Carbon Compounds, wherein the branch of Organic

The subject of this Course is the Chemistry of the when it will close at i p.m. Fees for the Session-Students working six days per the general Course in Systematic Chemistry.

Chemistry is more fully and completely treated than in week, £17 175.; four, £13 13s. ; three, £11 IIS.; two,

Fee, £3 ios. £8 8s.; one, £4.4s. Special fees for shorter periods-For six months, six from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m.

Technological Chemistry.—Monday and Wednesday, days per week, £13 139.; five, £11 11S.; four, £9 gs.; The chemical principles involved in the most important three, £7.78.; two, £5 58.; one month, £3 3s.

Chemical Manufactures will chiefly be considered in this Class in Practical Chemistry, Saturday mornings, from Course. The subject will be discussed as follows: 9 to 12, from October to March. Fee, £1 IIs. 62. Practical Chemistry for Medical Students.-On Monday Chemistry of the Alkali Manufacture, by Professor

1. Twenty Lectures on Water and Air and the and Wednesday, from 9 to 11 a.m., from May to the end

Roscoe. of July.

2. Twenty Lectures on the Chemistry of Colouring COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE,

Matter, Dyeing, and Calico Printing, by Professor


Students attending this Class must be acquainted with (IN CONNECTION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM.) | the principles of chemical science.

Chemistry.-Professor--A. Freire-Marreco, M.A. De- Fee, £iris. 6d. monstrator - J. T. Dunn, Assoc. Phys. Science.

Chemical Philosophy.- Professor C. Schorlemmer,F.R.S. Practical Chemistry.-The Laboratory is open from Saturday, from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. 10 a.m. to i p.m., and from 2 to 5 p.m., except on Satur. Sketch of the History of Chemistry; Development of days, when it closes at I p.m. Laboratory Fees.—Students Modern Chemistry ; Chemical Laws and Theories ; working six days per week, £ 5 5s. per term; alternate Relation of Chemistry to Physics. days, £3 35. ; one day per week, £i is.

Fee, £iiis. 6d. Arrangements for Laboratory work in the evening and Analytical Chemistry.-Mr. W. C. Williams, F.C.S. during vacation will be made.

Thursday, from 10.30 to 11.30 a.m. Courses of Study.—Students will be distinguished into This course will treal of the methods of Qualitative Regular and Occasional. Regular Students will be re- and Quantitative Analysis, and is intended to supplement quired to follow such a course of study in the subjects the instruction in Practical Chemistry. professed in the College as will enable them to pass the Fee, £i iis. 60.

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