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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-342

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342 THE SCHOOL The payments for all Scholarships are made quarterly and the amount due may be applied for in the Secretary's office any day succeeding the second Friday in the months of January April July and October Inglis sbdjolarsljtps These Scholarships are open to Pupils of the School See page 101 Jporest &d&01ars tps Founded in 1861 by Robert Forest Esq late of Montague Place Clapham Road who by his Will bequeathed after the decease of his Wife the sum of £3 000 Consols duty paid to the Governors and Proprietors of King's College London as fund for the specific purpose of providing Scholarships "for meritorious pupils educated at the School known as King's College School in connexion with the said College REGULATIONS One Scholarship will be given each year of £30 tenable for three years for proficiency in Classics and Divinity These Scholarships are open to all Pupils who having been four complete Terms in the School were not eighteen years of age on the 1st January preceding the election These Scholarships are only payable on condition of the Scholar entering either one of the Departments of King's College London or at the University of Oxford or Cambridge within one year of terminating his studies in the School and during the time not exceeding three years that he con- tinues his studies at such College or University These Scholarships are tenable with any other Scholarship gained in the College or School
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