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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-51

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theological department 47 II Vocal Music by John Hullah Esq Prof III Public Reading by Rev Thelwall IV Public Health by Guy Esq Prof The appointments of the Professors and Lecturers in Divinity are made with the consent of the Lord Bishop of London as Diocesan and with the approval of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury The course of instruction in this Department embraces the Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion the Holy Scrip- tures in the Original Languages the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion the Book of Common Prayer Ecclesiastical His- tory both Ancient and Modern the theory and practice of the Pastoral Office including the reading of the Liturgy and the composition and delivery of sermons Instruction is given within the College in the theory and practice of congregational singing course of lectures on public health in all its bearings is given in each Academical Year Measures also are taken for providing the Students with the opportunity of acting as District Visitors under the parochial Clergy and for enabling them to become practically acquainted with the best methods of conducting Schools Section II class of persons admitted The following persons are admitted Students of this Depart- ment All Students of King's College London who having passed three years in the Department of General Literature and Science shall thereupon have received the Diploma of an Associate in consideration of good conduct and industry All persons already in Deacons' Orders desirous of pre- paring themselves as Candidates for Priests' Orders and all Graduates in Arts of the Universities of Oxford Cambridge and Durham
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