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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-180

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176 APPLIED SCIENCES jfrcafce rt es Tivo Prizes of the value of £5 each are given annually by Freake Esq and will be open to competition for all Matriculated Students of this Department in their Second and Third Years in the Easter Term One will be given for Practical work in the Physical Laboratory combined with an examination in Writing in Experimental Physics The other for Practical work connected with the classes in Manufacturing Art Arts of Construction Surveying and the Workshop Notice will be given of the special subjects for next year in the course of the Michaelmas Term -These prizes will not be given after July 1876 gjclf JHetial This Medal is awarded Annually to the Student of the Second or Third Year who shall most distinguish himself at the Midsummer Examination in the subjects of Divinity Mathematics Mechanics and Chemistry 3Janus Gaston $π ε An Annual Prize consisting of Free Admission as Pupil or Apprentice to the Engineering Works of the Donors is given by Messrs Eastons and Anderson and is open to all Matriculated Students of this Department who have com- pleted their full three-years' course Conditions The Prize olfered shall be called the "James Easton Prize Only Matriculated Students who have passed through the complete three-years' course shall be eligible The Prize shall be for general proficiency and regularity of attendance throughout the three years that is attendance
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