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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-74

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70 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE This prize is open to all Matriculated Students of the Col- lege except those belonging to the Theological Department $Iumptre $ri$es The Rev Edward Hayes Plumptre Fellow of Brasenose College Oxford formerly Student of and now Chaplain and an Honorary Fellow of this College has signified his intention of giving annually two Prizes in Books of the value of Five Pounds together for the best English Verse Composition on such subjects as shall be fixed by the Principal These prizes are open to all Matriculated Students of the College except those belonging to the Theological Department SCHOLARSHIPS Good conduct and competent knowledge of such subjects in Divinity as shall be previously fixed upon are indispensable for the admission of any Student or Pupil to be Candidate for Scholarship in this College Every Scholarship is held subject to forfeiture for mis- conduct 111 case there should be no candidate of sufficient merit in any year the Scholarship of that year will not be awarded cf 0lav6ijip for iiflo&mi iljistoi an& 151tglisfj SUteraturc One of Ā£30 in each year held for year This Scholarship has been founded by John Julius Stutzer Esq late Lecturer in Modern History and English Literature the following are its conditions It is open to all Matriculated Students of the Department of General Literature and Science who shall have completed not less than one term and not more than nine terms at the date of competition
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