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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-350

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THEOLOGICAL EVENING CLASSES 349 obtain such Certificate as the number of their marks will justify but they cannot obtain Prize in these subjects nor count the marks gained in them towards one of the Aggregate or Special Prizes or to- wards the Jelf Medal except the marks gained in Divinity They have perpetual permission to attend all other subjects of study in the Evening Classes on payment of half the fees demanded from other Students and in these subjects they may obtain Prizes &c like other Students They pay Ā£2 2s less in the Morning Classes and 361 Is less in the Evening Classes for each Term in the Theological Department They have perpetual permission to use whether in actual attendance on Lectures or not in the Library the College Books to occupy the Associates' seats in the Chapel and when dining in the College Dining Hall in Academical dress to sit at the High Table XVI The following Classes are held during the Evening but form no part of the regular Evening Class Course THEOLOGICAL EVENING CLASSES With view to meet the requirements of those who desire to enter Holy Orders but are unable for so long period as two years to relinquish professions in which they are already engaged it has been determined with the approval of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Bishops of London Winchester and Rochester to allow portion of the study and training of this Department to be carried out in the Evening Accordingly Courses of Lectures are now given in the Evening on the same subjects and under the direction of the
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