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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-61

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ANNUAI REPORT 57 c'asses in Geography Political Economy Botany and German Literature have considerably advanced the Gilbart Lectures on Banking have been largely attended and high Banking authorities have shown their sense of their value both by giving Prizes and by attaching practical importance to the distinctions gained in the Examinations The Council have again to express their gratitude to the Bight Hon Lord Selborne Mr Duncan Mr Matheson the Gilbart Trustees the London and Westminster Bank the London Joint Stock Bank the Bank of British North America and the Chartered Bank of India for special Prizes given to the Students of this Department -The School apparently shows slight diminution in numbers but it is due to an unusual amount of sickness during the late severe winter which has reduced the boys actually in attendance from 560 their true number to 544 In the Easter and Michaelmas terms of last year the numbers were 563 and 575 respectively The work of the School has continued with unabated efficiency and success which merit the fullest confidence and acknowledgments of the Council Since the last report Mr Hales Lecturer in Classical Composition and English Literature has found him- self unable to continue his services as specially charged tfith the care of the Sixth Form This has been mainly delegated to the superintendence of the Vice-Master the Rev John Twentyman and the Head-Master has beet left more free to give all his time and attention to the care and direction of all the Departments of the School The charge of the Lower Sixth and Upper Fifth Forms has been entrusted to the Rev Henry Belcher of University College London who has discharged his duties with much ability as Master in the Middle and Lower School The promotion of Mr Belcher caused vacancy in the Mastership of the Middle Third Form To this Mr Reynell was transferred from the Lower Third Form while Mr Geare Mr Eade and Mr Wright were respectively advanced step and placed in charge of the Lower Third Lower Second and
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