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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-354

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354 SCHOOLS IN UNION ropwtarg 00I Kensington FOUNDED 1831 Patron The Eight Hon and Eight Rev the Lord Bishop op London Head Master Rev Payne Smith late Scholar of Pembroke Coll Oxford Second Master Rev George Frost late Scholar of St John's Coll Cambridge Assistant Masters Capper Esq Watkins Esq Smith Esq Rev John Gaitskill Rev Belpour Rev Holme Davis Esq Writing &c Mr Taplin French Monsieur Arnaud German Dr Tausenau Hindustani Dowson Esq Civil and Military Drawing James Fahey Esq Surveying Millais Esq This School provides an efficient course of Education comprising Religious and Moral Instruction in conformity with the principles of the Church of England the Hebrew Greek Latin French and English Languages History Geo- graphy Mathematics Arithmetic and such other branches 01 knowledge as it may be advantageous to introduce The Fees for Tuition are for each nominee of Proprietor being his Son Stepson Grandson or Ward 12 Guineas per annum if not so related 14 Guineas per annum to super- numerary Scholars 16 Guineas Boarding with the Head-Master 42 with one of the other Masters 40 The Vacations are four weeks at Christmas six weeks at Midsummer four days at Easter An Exhibition to Oxford Cambridge or Durham of 50 per annum during three years is given every year Rev J0 HN HENRY HOWLETT Secretary Young Street Kensington Square
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