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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-315

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evening classes 313 XIV Criminal Trials XV Arbitration XVI The Legal Profession special prizes Prize of £10 given by tbe Right Hon Lord Selborne will be awarded at the close of the Winter Session to the Student who shall have obtained tbe largest aggregate number of marks in the final Examination in Law and Jurisprudence and in Special Examination in portion of some legal work to be selected by the Professor on or before the last week in November The successful competitor will have the option of receiving the Prize wholly in law books or half in law books and half in cash II Prize of Law Books to the amount of 3s given by Messrs Butterworth law publishers to Her Majesty will be awarded to the Student who obtains the second largest aggregate number of such marks as aforesaid No Student who is on Feb 1st 1875 Barrister or Solicitor can take these Prizes and Lord Selborne's Prize will not be awarded to any Student to whom special £10 Law Prize has been awarded in previous Session the professor's prize Prize will be given by Professor Cutler to the Student who passes the best Examination in Law and Jurispru- dence and who does not obtain the Prize awarded on that subject by the College or either of the Special Law Prizes 31 SHORTHAND Bay and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Class is intended to impart thorough knowledge of Shorthand to the extent of ready corresponding and ver-
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