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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-214

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212 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT The names of all Candidates must be sent in writing to the Dean of the Medical Department before two o'clock on Friday October 1874 and after this hour no name will be received aStarncfori $ri es These Prizes were founded by the Rev Dr Warneford for the encouragement of the study of Theology among the Matriculated Medical Students of King's College There are two Prizes the first consisting of medal of the value of ten pounds and books of the value of fifteen pounds the second consisting of medal of the value of five pounds and books of the value of ten pounds The Candidates for these Prizes are examined in-1 Two of the branches of Medical Science taught in the College to be selected by the Candidates The Holy Scriptures But- ler's Analogy want of sufficient knowledge in the Medical part will disqualify for examination in the Theological All Candidates for either of these Prizes must produce Certificates of good conduct of regular attendance on the Divinity Lectures and Certificates of having passed two of the Terminal Examinations mentioned in Section Clause No one can be Candidate who has exceeded his fourth year of attendance at the Medical Lectures of the College and no Student who has obtained the first Prize in one year can be Candidate in any subsequent year The next Examination will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday Oct and 1874 on the first day in Medicine on the second day in Divinity The names of all Candidates must be sent in writing to the Dean of the Medical Department before two o'clock on Friday October 1874 after which hour no name will be received
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