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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-24

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20 The following Report on the general stale of the College was presented Ig the Council to the General Court of Governors and Proprietors held on the 30 of April 1852 His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chair The Council of King's College London have the honour to present their Twenty-first Annual Report The review of the past year is in every respect satisfactory and seems to strengthen the hope which every year's experience suggests that King's College is destined in God's good providence to take very important part in promoting the education of the tipper and middle classes of society upon the best and surest foundation In order to facilitate periodically comparative estimates of the state of the College it has been usual to specify the numbers actually attending Classes during the Lent Term in each year and to reckon the name of each Student only once whatever may have been the number of Classes which he mav have attended Guided by this rule the Council have to report the number of Students and Pupils attending during Lent Term for this year as follows Matriculated Students Theological Department and Prepa- ל ratory Class General Literature Department Ill Applied Sciences do 44 Military do 10 Medical do 199 432 Occasional Medical Department 40 Other Classes 56 96 School Division 314 Β 133
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