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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-322

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322 THE SCHOOL History and Geography French and German including Conversation and Correspondence Geometrical Drawing Landscape Drawing including Landscape in Pencil and Water Colour Perspective from Plans and Elevations and from Oh- jects Architectural Tinting and Drawing from Models chalk Course of about Eight Lectures is delivered each Term without extra charge on some branch of experimental Science Each Lecture is made the subject of written theme by the Pupils and the Lecturer also examines the Class before each Lecture on the subject of the previous Lecture Separate Classes are also formed so as to give special extra Instruction to boys preparing for any of the following viz Commercial pursuits Military and Naval studies Engineering and Architecture Pupils in this Division take rank with those in the Division of Classics Mathematics and General Literature as follows Sections II correspond to the Sixth Class III IV Fifth Class VI Upper 4th Class VII VIII Lower 4th IX Third This Division is placed under the general direction of the Rev John Twentyman Vice-Master of King's College School assisted by Rev Standen Rev Kett and by the Mathematical Arithmetical French German and Drawing Masters Progressive course of Study Second Class -Cornelius Nepos Latin Exercises History Geography Elements of Chemistry English Composi- tion Repetition Dictation Writing Arithmetic French and German Drawing
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