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44 REPORT laneous examinations continue to be held much the same as before -The number of boys in the School last Term was 252 who were divided as follows in the Classical Division 83 in the Mathematical Division 58 in the new Commercial Depart- ment 75 and in the Lower School 36 master appointment to the living of Lutterworth and the Council while regretting the loss of his services cannot but rejoice Η 1m received this recognition from the Crown Dr Stokoe has had to contend with unusual difficulties during the latter years of his Head-mastership The full development of the splendid Hammersmith Mastership suffic numbers and he had to meet at the same time other mis- fortunes which taxed his firmness and ability severely Notwithstanding these disadvantages he has materially improved and developed the general organization of the School and in particular he has successfully initiated the Commercial Division which is designed to supply the educa- tion specified in the Scheme of the Chamber of Commerce The Council desire to record their hearty thanks for Dr Stokoe's staunch and earnest devotion to the interests of this School during these anxious years and their cordial good wishes for his welfare in his new career As the chief Master in the new Commercial Division the Council have had the good fortune to obtain the services of the Rev Nagel gentleman who was educated in the well-known Handelsschule at Leipzig and who is familiar with Commercial Education on the Continent The Council have also to regret the retirement from the post of Vice-Master after twenty-two years' service of the Eev Twentyman on his appointment to the Rectory of Ingolds- by Mr Twentyman's services to the School were of singu
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