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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-175

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174 APPLIED SCIENCES VI JFreake an& otfter Entrance "Ejc&tbiu'ons One Exhibition of 20 will be given in October 1879 by Charles John Freake Esq to the Student who passes the best Examination on entering this Department at that time The subjects of Examination will be- Mathematics Arithmetic Algebra and Plane Trigonometry Euclid Geometrical Conies and the easier parts of Analytical Geometry Elementary Mechanics and Physics Inorganic Chemistry Two College Exhibitions of 15 each and two of 10 each will be given in October 1879 to the Students who next to the Freake Exhibitioner pass the best Exam- ination on entering the College at that time Subjects of Examination- Arithmetic Algebra Plane Trigonometry Euclid The Examination will begin on Wednesday October at 10 These Exhibitions will be payable in equal instalments at the end of each of the Student's first six Terms at King's College London provided he produces to the Secretary at the end of each Term Certificate of good conduct and satisfactory progress signed respectively by the Principal and Dean Names of Freake Exhibitioners 1875 Nettlefold Hugh 1876 Capron Athol John 1878 Mulligan Thomas North Names of Entrance Exhibitioners 1875 Kirkman John Parke Marjoribanks Dudley Sinclair Rigden John Lambe
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