Miller's mistry.


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selves. It is also the intention to form a collection of manufactured articles to be used partly for illustrating the lectures, partly as patterns, or as objects of examination in the technical laboratory. Whenever it is possible, manufacturing places are visited to show the products described in the lectures.

The subjects treated are the following:
Technology of metals; alloys, ornamentations of

metals, etc.
Galvanoplastic and electroplating.
Metallic compounds, mineral pigments, etc.
Potash, Saltpeter.
Gunpowder, and other explosives.
Sodium chloride.
Sulphuric acid, nitric acid.
Sodium sulphate, Carbonate, etc.
Hydrochloric acid, chlorine, bleaching powder.
Ammonium compounds.
Aluminium compounds.
Gypsum, mortar, cement.
Paper making.
Starch, dextrine.
Industries based on fermentation.
Bread making
Oils and varnishes.
Soap making


Dyeing and Printing.
Materials for illuminating purposes.
Materials for combustion.

2nd year Biology :-Studies during this year are in-
tended to give a general idea of the animal Kingdom.
In conjunction with lectures on general Zoology students
will be required to dissect typical animals of different
classes, making themselves at the same time familiar
with methods of dissection, use of the microscope, etc.
During the latter part of the year, lectures on Osteology
will be given.

3rd year Biology :- Advanced Morphology will be studied by means of lectures and seminarium. Dissection of typical animals will be continued in the laboratory. In addition, Histology will form one of the leading studies of the year, and the systematic Zoology and the elements of Embryology will also be taken up.

4th year Biology : Advanced Morphology will be continued as in the previous year. Each student will also be required to work during the year on some one subject for original investigation, and to prepare a thesis for graduation.

Provisions are made for students in this course to spend before graduation one or two sessions at the seaside, enabling them to become acquainted with animals in their own habitat under natural conditions and to study such animals as are not readily accessible in an ordinary laboratory.

2nd year Geology :—The work of this class will be general Zoology and Osteology. The principal classes of animals will be taken in turn, and their anatomy and histology will be dealt with so far as this is necessary in order to give a correct notion of classification. Osteology will be taken up during the latter part of the year.

Text-Books. Claus. Grundzüge der Zoologie. Gegenbaur. Grundriss der Vergleichenden Anatomie. Huxley. Anatomy of the Vertebrates. Huxley. Anatomy of the Invertebrates. Huxley. The Crayfish. Balfour. Comparative Embryology. Foster and Balfour. Elements of limbryology. Quain. Elements of Anatomy. Schäfer. Practical Histology, Foster and Langley. Practical Physiology. Huxley and Martin. Elementary Biology. Brooks. Hand-book of Invertebrates Zoology. Packard. Zoology. Nicholson. Zoology.


2nd year Biology :-Lectures on Structural and Physiological Botany are given twice a week throughout the year. Instructions in the laboratory on the same subject also occupy the whole year. The student, moreover, practises the description and determination of species of Phanerogams. For these purposes specimens are brought daily from the Koishikawa Botanical Garden. Laboratory work in all occupies six hours a week.

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