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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-359

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 357 Fees -16 6d per period of six weeks Or 30 for two periods Subjects of Examination -Arithmetic highest marks attainable 300 English Composition 200 Orthography 200 Handwriting 200 Inquiries respecting this Class should be addressed to the Secretary King's College or to Mr Walke 23 Heaton Road Peckham Rye Limits of age 19 to 25 Examinations are held four times year about January April July and October About 150 appointments are made annually The commencing salary at London and Liverpool where more than half the total out- door establishment is stationed is £70 At these ports there are 330 persons receiving from £110 to £220 per year and 148 higher salaries ranging to £1000 At other ports the salaries are lower the commencing salary is however in no case less than £55 All the higher appointments are filled by promotion from the subordinate grades NAVAL ENGINEER STUDENTS MR WALKE Mr Walke holds Professional Certificate for Marine Engineering from the Naval College at Greenwich having been educated as an engineer student at Devonport Royal School of Naval Architecture at Kensington and the Naval College at Greenwich The Class meets on Wednesday Evenings from to and Saturday Evenings from 45 to 30 Fee for one period 22 6i for two periods 41 Each period consists of weeks The subjects of examination are -Arithmetic highest marks attainable 300 Writing from Dictation 100 English Composition 100 Grammar 150 French 150 Geography 100 Algebra 300 Euclid first six books 300 Books required -Barnard Smith's Arithmetic Anderson's Class Book of Geography Hamblin Smith's Algebra Riving-
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