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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-526

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520 CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 200 Compound Addition 100 Geography 100 Shorthand or Book-keeping 150 Optional Subjects Shorthand or Book-keeping 100 Algebra 100 Latin 100 French 100 German 100 Drawing 100 Theoretical Mechanics 100 Chemistry 100 At least two but not more than four optional subjects to be taken If preparing both for Second Division Clerkships and London County Council Clerkships candidates are recommended to attend both this class and Mr Comyn's class page 528 If preparing for the latter alone they are recommended to attend Mr Comyn's class alone Salaries £80-£5-£100 £100-£10-£150 £150 £12 iOs -£200 £200-£15- £245 £245-£15 and £20 £300 -BOY CLERKSHIPS See page 516 for arrangements that are common to all Classes in Division Competitions for Boy Clerkships are generally held half- yearly-in January and July Candidates for Boy Clerkships who join for one evening week attend on Thursday The instruction given on this evening constitutes complete course of preparation for the Boy Clerks1 examination Unless their time for preparation is very limited candidates are however recommended to attend on Mondays as well as on Thursdays The Class is divided into two sections for Arithmetic the lower section meeting from 15 to 45 and from to and the higher section from to It is however advisable for all Students to attend at 50 as short Special Classes free to all meet at this time Fees -One evening per week One period of ten weeks £1 two £1 16s Two evenings per week One period £1 13s two £3 Subjects of Examination -Handwriting highest marks attainable 400 Orthography 400 Arithmetic 350 Tots
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