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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1883-1884-285

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medical department 281 ach subject taken up half marks must be reached or the arks gained in that subject will not be counted The amount of these Exhibitions will be allowed as lost convenient to the successful candidates in reduction of he fees payable for the Medical course The examination will begin at 10 on Friday ieptember 28 1883 Candidates must give in their names to the Secretary of he College on form to be obtained in the office on or efore on Wednesday September 26 and state what ubjects they select for examination No Student can gain in the same year more than one of he following viz Warneford First Class Scholarships ×™ Clothworkers"' Science Exhibitions "Sambrooke" Ex- libitions Names of Exhibitioners 1880 Mariette Ernest Paul Alphonse 1881 Hensley Philip Henry Hickey Evan Lewis 1882 Stephens Richard John XVIII Sambrooke UMcal an Srurgical Itegistrawinpa These Registrarships were founded May 10 1867 by Thomas Godfrey Sambrooke Esq of 32 Eaton Place In the hope of benefiting and with the desire of in- creasing the usefulness of that most admirable institution King's College London with the Hospital in intimate con- nexion therewith in tfie which have always taken and continue to feel so deep an interest as well as with view to the advancement and adding to the general usefulness of Medical Science regulations Two Registrarships are established for Medical and Surgical cases rgicai cases -tn1p II The Registrars must not hold any other appointment
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