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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-87

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general literature and science 87 Subjects for 1866-67 First Division -Elementary Mechanics and Hydrostatics Spherical Trigonometry Differential and Integral Calculus and Newton Sect II III Second Division -Conic Sections Elementary parts of the Theory of Equations-the Differential Calculus functions of one variable -Elementary Mechanics Third Division -Euclid II III IV VI XI Algebra- Plane Trigonometry Junior or Fourth Division -Euclid and Algebra Students of the Second and Third Years not qualified to read the subject of the First and Second Divisions will attend those of the Third Division Scholarships Prizes etc -At the examination which takes place at the close of the Easter Term the same Scho- larships Prizes and Certificates are given as in the corre- sponding Divisions of Classical Literature Fees for Occasional Students 41 4s per term or 10 10i per annum IV English Language Literature and Composition Modern History The Lectures are given on Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday from 15 to and embrace English Literature Modern History and Composition At the examination in June Prize of Books and Certifi- cate of Honour are if merited given to the first and second Students respectively in the First Division of each of these sub- jects and Prize and Certificate of Approval to the first and second Students respectively in the Second Division Fees for Occasional Students 41 4s per term or 10 10i per annum but Students of other Departments of the College or Pupils from the School wishing to attend the Special Lectures only of these Professors in order to qualify them-
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