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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-68

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64 ANNUAL REPORT The Council have since the last Court added the following names to the list of Honorary Fellows Thoicas Rymer Jones For thirty-eight years Professor of Comparative Anatomy John Hcllah For thirty-one years Professor of "Vocal Music James Craigie Robertson Canon of Canterbury For eleven years Professor of Ecclesiastical History Alfred Baring Gahrod For twelve years Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and one of the Physicians of John Edward Nixon Fellow of King's College Cambridge and for three years Lecturer in Classical Literature Alfred Meadows Formerly Student afterwards Assistant Physician for Diseases of Women and Children and now Physician Accoucheur of St Mary's Hospital Charles Kingsley Formerly Student First Class in Classics 1842 subsequently Canon of Westminster Rector of Eversley and Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty Henry Fawcett Formerly Pupil of the School Second Wrangler 1856 now Professor of Political Economy University of Cambridge The Council deeply regret that the distinguished name of Canon Kingsley has been removed by death from the list The Council have lastly to announce that the Accounts of the past year show surplus of £379 19 id after making an unusually large expenditure on the repairs of the buildings and setting aside an additional £250 for repayment of the sum advanced for new works The financial position of the College is therefore sound The debt which has been so serious an encumbrance has been steadily diminished by £500 in each of the last 14 years a8 well as by the Special contributions received during the last years but it has been necessary during 1874 to incur fresh liabilities amounting to £6 000 for the erection of new buildings The Council fear that additional heavy expendi- ture must from time to time be expected in order to meet the educational necessities of the College as has been notably the case this year in the erection of the Physiological Labora-
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