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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-373

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the SCHOOL 369 Geometrical and Landscape Drawing -Professor De La Motte Geometrical Drawing -Professor Glenny Director of the Workshops -D Walker Director of Gymnasium -R Castellote King's College School consists of three Departments The Upper School II The Middle School III The Lower School The Upper School is arranged under the Divisions- Of Classics and Mathematics Of Modern Languages and Mathematics Division of Classics and General Literature This Division is intended to prepare pupils for the Universities for the Departments of King's College the learned professions and the Competitive Examinations The regular course of instruction comprses Divinity Greek Latin and French English Literature Mathematics and the Applied Sciences German is taught at hours fixed by the Head Master on payment of per Term Drawing is also taught at hours fixed by the Head Master on payment of 11 Is per Term Division of Modern Instruction This Division is intended to prepare for the Depart- ment of Applied Sciences in King's College the home Civil
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