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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-101

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general literature and science 101 Section VIII Inglts &cS0Iarsi tps Founded 1807 by George Monckton Esa Somereord Hall Penk- ridge and Others in Memory of lie Right Honourable Sir Robert Harrt Inglis Baronet Regulations Two Scholarships are given every year of 501 each tenable for one Year if the Dividends on the sum invested amount to so much and if not then of such amount equally divided between tbe two Scholarships as the Dividends shall produce -It is earnestly hoped that additional Subscrip- tions which may yet be received will enable the Council to increase the value of these Scholarships by extending the length of their tenure II One Scholarship is awarded for the highest profi- ciency in portion or portions and the other Scholarship for the highest proficiency in the English Language and Literature of one or more periods III These Scholarships are open to all Matriculated Students of King's College not being Associates and not belonging to the Theological Department who shall have completed one Term and not exceeded nine Terms at the date of competition and to all Pupils who shall have been at least one year in the School Students of the Evening Class Department are subject to special conditions for which see Evening Class Department Section XI IV The examination is held in the Lent or Easter Term of each year The payments will commence in the October sue- ceeding the election and will be continued quarterly over one
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