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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-478

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472 EVENING CLASSES the examinations of the Winter Session has gained the highest number of Marks in Divinity and any other two subjects not being Writing Drawing Shorthand or Public Reading and Speaking No Prize will be given for less number than 240 marks nor to any one whose Schedule of attendance is not re- turned properly signed to the Librarian before the last day of the Winter Session in any Second Class only four-fifths of the marks gained will be reckoned in any Third Class only three fifths and in any Fourth Class only two-fifths 111 Classes below the Fourth no marks will be reckoned Jelf Medal cannot be taken twice except by marks gained in new subjects or in higher divisions of the same subjects Divinity excepted Names of Prizemen 1868- Ricks George 1869- 70 Palmer George 1870- Wilson Robert 1871- Towneml Edward 1872- Mcllae Charles 1873- Conipigne Charles 1874- Carless Thomas James 1875- Craighead Robert Willian 1876- Tomlin Charles Edward 1877- Tomlin Charles Edward 1878- Carr Herbert Wildon 1879- 80 Etlieridge Reginald Dimsdale Clarke Thomas Richard Lake Arthur Frederick 1880- Lake Arthur Frederick 1881- Savage William Arthur 1882- Webb Charles Dauhnan 1883- Webb Charles Daulman 1884- Carpenter George Herbert
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