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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-56

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56 CHAPEL IMPROVEMENT FUND OF KING'S COLLEGE LONDON front tht Council The Bishop of London Chair- man The Lord Bishop of Lichfield The Earl of Harrowby The Bishop of Winchester The Dean of St Paul's The Dean of Westminster William Cotton Esq The Rt Hon Glad- stone Μ II Green Esq Sambrooke Esq Wigram Esq COMMITTEE From the College Staff The Rev the Principal Professor Beale William Bowman Esq Cunningham Esq Professor Fergusson Professor Johnson Rev Prof McCaul Professor Miller Rev Major Professor Pearson Rev Professor Plumptre TREASURER William Cotton Esq From Old Students Dr Arlidge George Austen Eeq Bolton Esq Ε Bowen Esq Rev Farrar Dr Frere Kev Lance Dr La vies Henry Lee Esq JE Mackay Esq Rev Cowley Powlee Sturges Esq Rev Henry White Rev Wood HONORARY SECRETARIES Rev Ε II Pltunptre Cunningham Esq The earnest attention of the Council of King's College has been lately drawn to the fact that the College Chapel as it at present stands is altogether unworthy of the character and reputation of the Institution to which it is attached There is nothing in it to attract nothing to impress the minds of those who meet in it with reverence or leading them to remember it with attachment The Council believe that the time has come when an effort ought to be made by the friends of the College to remedy this defect They have unfortunately no corporate funds available for this purpose and are obliged accordingly to appeal to the goodwill of those who as teachers or students of the Col- lege are or have been closely connected with it and of all who are in any way interested in its welfare They have accordingly sanctioned the formation of Committee to take measures for accomplishing the desired improvements and have nominated several members of their own body to act on their behalf
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