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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-407

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THE SCHOOL 405 If book is lost the Pupil is required to apply to the Master of his Class for another copy and is on no account permitted to purchase copy out of the College Duplicate copies will be supplied at three- fourths of the booksellers' original price On leaving College finally all books are to be returned to the Secretary Such as are not returned within one month of the end of Term or when returned are found wilfully damaged or defaced must be paid for at three-fourths of the original bookseller's price XIV residence of boarders Pupils may reside with their parents or friends II The following Masters have also the sanction of the Council for taking Boarders into their houses from any of the three Divisions of the School Rev Twentyman late Fellow of Christ's College Cambridge and Vice-Master of King's College School Holly House Twickenham Mr Twentyman's residence which has been specially adapted for receiving Boarders stands near the Railway Station and is within half an hour's distance of the Waterloo Terminus Rev Blomfield Jackson of Exeter College Oxford Rothbury House Putney Rothbury House stands just above Putney Station contains large and airy sleeping and class rooms and is within few minutes' walk of Wimbledon and Barnes Commons The situa- tion is very healthy Frequent trains run to and from Waterloo in less than twenty minutes Edward Brooksmith of St John's College Cambridge Girdler's Road West Kensington Mr Brooksmith's house is within five minutes' walk of the Addison
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