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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1886-1887-82

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78 report This account shows diminution as compared with last year of 28 in the total number of Matriculated Students of 72 in Occasional Students and of 106 in the number of boys in the School On the other hand the Civil Service Classes show an increase of 64 in the Male Classes and of 32 in the Female The Ladies' Department which has this year for the first time been incorporated with the College as one of its Departments has had total number of 500 students which is large increase upon the number who were pre- viously attending the Classes With respect to the particular Departments Α -The Theological Department has 76 students the number last year having been 82 The students maintain very honourable position in the Ordination Examinations of the Bishops Within the last year the Deacons selected to read the Gospel at Ordinations in the dioceses of London Canterbury Durham and Rochester have been Associates of this Department and in the Preliminary Examination of Candidates for Holy Orders held under the direction of the Divinity Professors of Oxford and Cambridge and Examining Chaplains of the Bishops and open to candidates trained at the Universities as well as elsewhere one student of this College the Rev Treble gained the highest number of marks ever obtained in the Examination since it was insti- tuted in 1874 -The Council regret that the number of students in the Department of General Literature and Science has again diminished having fallen from 31 to 26 The Council feel that the continued diminution in this Department de mands careful attention Its position must be considered in connection with the movement now on foot for the establish- ment of Teaching University in London and the Council have appointed Committee to confer with the Executive Committee of the Association formed for carrying forward that movmeent
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