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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-333

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EVENING CLASSES 331 33 LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The following subjects will be discussed during the Course The Law relating to the Making and Construing of Wills This Lecture will"be delivered as the Introductory Lecture of the Course on Wednesday October and will be free to all Students of the College and their Friends II Evidence generally III Presumptions Admissions and Confessions IV Documentary Evidence Conveyancing-Purchase-Deeds-Settlements &c VI Trusts and Trustees VII Executors and Administrators VIII Bankers-Factors-Brokers and Carriers IX Solicitor and Client Statutes of Limitation and Law against Perpetuities XI Legal Remedies XII Civil Actions and Criminal Trials XIII Arbitration special prizes Lord Coleridge's Prize Prize of Ā£5 in books given by the Right Hon Lord Coleridge will be awarded at the close of the Winter Session to the Student who shall have obtained the largest aggregate number of marks in the Examination in Law and Jurisprudence and in special Examination in portion of some legal work to be selected by the Professor in or before the last week in November II Messrs Stevens and Sons' Prize Prize of Law books given by Messrs Stevens and Sons Law Publishers of Chancery Lane will be awarded to the Student who obtains the largest number of marks in the Examination on Law and Jurisprudence which may for the purposes of this Prize only include certain questions to be answered viva voce
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