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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-131

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GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE 127 This prize is open to all Matriculated Students of the Col- lege not being Associates and notbelonging to the Theological Department who have completed one Term and not exceeded nine Terms Students of the Evening Classes are subject to special conditions for which see Ev Class Dep Sect XII Subject for 1876 Sir Thomas More and his Writings piumptre prints The Rev Edward Hayes Plumptre late Fellow of Brasenose College Oxford formerly Student and now Professor of the Exegesis of the New Testament and an Honorary Fellow of this College gives annually two Prizes in Books of the value of Five Pounds together for the best English Verse Composition on such subjects as shall be fixed by the Principal These prizes are open to all Matriculated Students of the College not being Associates and not belonging to the Theological Department who have completed one Term and not exceeded nine Terms Students of the Evening Classes are subject to special conditions for which see Ev Class Dep Section XII Subjects for 1876 Original Rhymed Verse not to exceed 200 lines- "The Babylonian Captivity Translation-Hesiod Works and Days 90 -199 Virgil Geor iv 453-558 Bnscnt $rt George Webbe Dasent Esq late Professorof English Literature and Modern History gives annually Prize in Books of the value of Ten Pounds for the best English Essay on some Historical or Literary subject which shall be dis- tinguished by accuracy of composition and elegance of style
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