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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1883-1884-432

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CIVIL WtltVICE CLASSES iי unw steady conduct without being subjected to competitive examination Tl Kxamining Oflmershipe are within the reach of all able ami painstaking Outdoor Ollieers VI NAVAL ENGINEER STUDENTSHIPS messrs walke and comyn The class meets on Wednesday and Saturday Evenings from 45 to 45 Fee for the whole course from the end of December until the Examination in April £3 168 ן for the second period beginning weeks after the opening of the course £2 10 When the Class is not in Session Students are recommended to attend Classes IV and Subjects of examination -Arithmetic including Tots highest marks attainable 800 Writing 40 Spelling 60 Knglish Composition 100 Grammar 150 French 150 Geography 100 Algebra 300 Euclid first six books 300 Latin 150 Mechanical Drawing 100 Candidates to be successful must qualify in the lirst four subjects and obtain total of at least 700 marks Books required -Barnard Smith's Arithmetic Macmillan 6d Richardson's Smaller Modern Geography Murray Hamblin Smiths Algebra Rivington Histoire de Charles XII Surenne's edition Siiapkin Is 6d Books recoi mi drd Spelling Vocabulary Chambers 6d Davidson and Alcock's Grammar Allman 2s Todhunter'e luiclid Macmillan 35 Philips' First School Atlas 18 Curtis's Outlines of Geography Simpkin 6d King's College Tots to be had at the College by Students only Henri Βιιέ'8 First French Book Hachette 10d Inquiries respecting this Class should be addressed to the Secretary King's College or to Mr Walke Albert Road Queen's Road IVckham
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