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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-234

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234 evening classes The open Prizes consist of the Jelf the Dasent the Stephen the Plumptre XIII The Associateship of King's College London Conditions under which it is proposed to grant this rank to Matriculated Students of the Evening Classes Attendance as Matriculated Students on four subjeets in addition to Divinity for three years which must be consecu- tive unless with special exemption from the Principal Good conduct Attendance at the College Chapel on Sunday morning during the time that the Evening Classes are being held unless specially exempted by the Principal Gaining during the course of the three years' attendance Either Prize Or Certificate of Honour Or Two Certificates of Merit Gaining at least half marks in an examination to be held at the end of the three years' course In Divinity In any three other subjects of study to be chosen by the Candidate XVI Further information may be obtained and Fees may be paid at the Secretary's Office from 10 to daily also in the Library of the College after the commencement of Lectures from to on the evenings of Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday After the commencement of the Course the Principal of the College as general rule will be ready to receive Students for the purpose of registering them upon the College Books at before on Tuesday and Thursday evenings XV Names of those to whom Prizes and Certificates were distributed by the Lord Bishop of London on Wednesday evening April 14 1858 for the Winter Session 1857-8 divinity Beverley Henry Webber Prize
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