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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-81

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theological department 79 The appointments of the Professors and Lecturers in Divinity are made with the consent of the Lord Bishop of London as Diocesan and with the approval of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury as Visitor Measures are taken for providing the Students with the opportunity of acting as Assistants to the Chaplain of King's College Hospital and should they desire it with other Ministerial duty II GENERAL RULES OF ADMISSION Classes for Theological instruction are held both in the Morning and Evening The following persons are admitted Students of this Department Class -All persons already in Deacons' Orders desirous of preparing themselves as Candidates for Priests' Orders and Graduates in Arts of all British Universities See Clause III Class Β -All Students of King's College London who having passed the necessary period and fulfilled the required conditions in the Department of General Literature and Science shall have received the Diploma of an Associate Class -All persons who after having presented satis- factory testimonials to the Principal shall have passed the Entrance Examination and be reported as eligible by him Students of the Classes Β and may at their option either take two years' Course in the Morning Classes or three years' Course during the first two years of which they may attend the Evening Classes and in the third year the Morning Classes It is to be distinctly understood that one year terms must iii all cases be passed in the Morning Classes
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