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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1886-1887-474

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476 CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES £250 with higher appointments to £900 Local Government Board Clerkships salary £200 to £350 with higher appointments to £800 &c &c The salary in Higher Division appointments is £100 rising by triennial increments of £37 10s to £400 To this duty-pay not exceeding £200 may be added Candidates must be between 18 and 24 δ Candidates for Student Interpreterships Ceylon Writerships British Museum Assistant Examiner- ships in Patent Office Ind Office Superior Clerk- ships Foreign Office Factory Inspectorships As- sistant Clerkships in the Navy &c Candidates for Naval Engineer and Naval Con- struction Studentships Subjects of Examination -Arithmetic including Tots marks 300 Writing 40 Spelling 60 English Composition 100 Grammar 150 French 150 Geography 100 Algebra 300 Euclid first six books 300 Latin 150 Mechanica Drawing 100 Candidates to be successiul must qualify in the first four subjects and obtain total of at least 700 marks limit of age 14 and 16 Candidates preparing for Clerkships in Prisons Bank of England and other Lower Examinations for which there are no special classes at King's College Students of other classes in the Civil Service De partment who require individual instruction or who desire instruction during the vacations of their classes Hours of attendance -Mondays and Thursdays from 45 to Intending students or their friends can consult Mr Comyn at King's College on any Monday or Thursday evening from 15 to 45 For information respecting these appointments the schemes of examina- tion applied to them and the occurrence of vacancies see The Civil Service Candidate
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