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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-127

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general literature and science 123 shall either become an Associate of King's College London or shall during the three months preceding each Quarter- day the months of July August and September excepted have continued either to attend lectures as Matriculated Student of the College or as Pupil of the School or shall have entered upon his studies at the University of Oxford Cambridge or Durham In the event of the Scholar having been at King's College less than three Terms previous to the Term in which the Competition takes place he shall only retain the Scholar- ship as long as he continues to attend lectures at the College VI No one may be elected to either of these Scholar- ships more than once but both of them may be held together by the same Student and are tenable with any other King's College Scholarship VII All accumulations arising from lapsed resigned for- feited or non-awarded Scholarships will be invested for the purpose of increasing the Endowment Fund The next examination for these Scholarships will take place on Thursday April 27 1876 The names of all Candidates must be sent in writing to the Secretary and the fees for the Easter Term paid before two o'clock on Saturday April 22 after which hour no name will be received The following will be the subjects of examination in 1876 Scholarship for Modern History The Reign of Charles II to the Death of Queen Anne Reign of Louis XIV Scholarship for The English Language and Literature Dryden's poems Selection published in the Clarendon Press Series The Spectator
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