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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-211

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ENGINEERING 211 Botany -The same departments of this Science as are included in the first Sc and Preliminary Science Pass Examination of the University of London Zoology -The same departments of this Science as are included in the first Sc and Preliminary ×™ Science Pass Examination of the University of London Geology -The formation of the surface contour of the earth the sequence and divisions of the stratified deposits the range and description of characteristic fossils and the application of Geology to the Arts and Manufactures Elementary Crystallography the description and identification of the more common earthy and metallic minerals the methods for calculating specific gravities and the use of the blow-pipe One hundred marks will be assigned to each subject Candidates for the Exhibitions of 1889 must send in their names and subjects on form to be obtained in the College Office before Two o'Clock on Thursday September 26 to the Secretary King's College London The next Examination will begin at 10 on Saturday September 28 No one can obtain the same Exhibition twice Junior Exhibitioner of one year may compete for Senior Exhibition in subsequent year if still under the appointed age but if successful he ipso facto vacates the Junior Exhibition Names of Exhibitioners 1875 Silk John Frederick William Root Walter Plumb 1876 Norvill Frederick Harvey 1877 Crookshank Edward March 1878 Merrifield Sydney Sargent Perkins John Edward
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