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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-218

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214 eng inhering will dv end partly on an Essay on some particular subject partiv on written examination on the Metallurgical lectures and partly on actual work done in the Laboratory The subject for the Essay for 1891 will be Fuels the reparation and properties of Manganese with special refer- em-e to Steels and Bronzes '1 The Essays must be sent in to Professor Huntington on or before Saturday June 13 Names of Medallists 1883 Burn Edward 1885 Home Ernest Worthy Pennant $n These Prizes have been founded by means of Legacy bequeathed to the College by the late James Tennant Esq Professor of Mineralogy They are of the annual value of about Ā£15 together and are given in books or instruments One Prize is given for Geology in connexion with the examination in this subject at the end of the Easter term in each year It is open to all Second and Third Year Students of the Department of Applied Sciences and to such Evening Class Students as have attended this subject throughout the preceding academical year if under 22 years of age on the day fixed for the examination July will be taken to be the fixed day The other Prize is given for Practical Mineralogy as the result of the Summer Evening Examination in this subject it is open to all First Year Students of the Department of Applied Sciences and to such Evening Class Students as have attended the Class of Mineralogy throughout the preceding academical year if under 22 years of age on the day fixed for the examination July will be taken to be the fixed day These Prizes are awarded only for absolute merit
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