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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-469

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 467 Boohs -Students cannot avail themselves of the Class lectures without the books required They are strongly advised to get those recommended also as much time might be wasted in studying unsuitable text-books The books are kept in stock and can be obtained from the Hall Porter of the College at any time when th College is open The work being progressive in all the subjects from the beginning to the end of the Course Students are advised to join these Classes if possible at the beginning of the Course but there are admissions at intervals of six to eight weeks Eor the dates of which see Slip issued with prospectus In all the Classes the Home Work is set and examined The Lecturers attend about an hour before the commence- iient of their general Classes to give Parents and Students an opportunity of consulting them HIGHER CIVIL SERVICE AND OTHER EXAMINATIONS COMYN AND ASSISTANTS This Class in which all the Students receive individual ittention is intended for Candidates for Higher Division Class Clerkships Subjects of Examination all optional -English Composition marks 500 English History 500 English Language and Literature 500 Greek 750 Latin 750 French 375 German 375 Italian 375 Mathematics 250 Natural Sciences 000 Logic and Mental and Moral Science 500 Jurisprudence 375 Political Economy 375 deduction of 125 is made from the marks assigned to each subject Class Clerkships include Treasury Clerkships salary £250 to £600 with higher appointments to £1 000 Colonial Office Clerkships salary as in Treasury Home Office Clerkships salary £200 to gg2
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