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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-213

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ENGINEERING 213 first three of such terms and produces at the close of each certificate of good conduct and satisfactory progress signed by the Dean and the Principal 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 JX Siemens' pUbal antr ri This Medal and Prize has been founded by the late Sir Charles William Siemens "with the object of stimu- lating the Students of King's College London to high standard of proficiency in Metallurgical Science It is open to those who have as Matriculated Students studied in the Applied Science Department for at least two years and who either in their Third Year or if they remain in the Department for three years in the succeeding year make Metallurgy special study The next award will be made at the end of June 1890 and will depend partly on an Essay on some particular subject partly on written examination on the Metallurgical lectures and partly on actual work done in the Laboratory The subject for the Essay for 1890 will be "Fuel the preparation and properties of Manganese with special refer- ence to Steels and Bronzes The Essays must be sent in to Professor Huntington on or before Saturday June 14 Names of Exhibitioners Burn Edward Atkinson Llewelyn Birchall Anderson Robert Bruce Atkinson Claude William Co His William Henry Long Francis Maddison Bingham George Cowley Jones Charles Edward Hawkins Percy Stanford Frederick Owen
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