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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-575

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THE SCHOOL 569 satisfactory conduct and work in the Classical or Mathematical Divisions as long as the holders remain at the School The ordinary School fees including the use of books amount to 24 guineas per annum unless boy is under eleven when he enters when the fees are 21 guineas together with an entrance fee of £2 13s and £1 Is subscription to the Domus" fund at the beginning of the second term It will be seen therefore that the Exhibition roughly speaking covers the whole of these charges thus conferring practically free education Candidates for these Exhibitions must send in their names to the Head Master together with certificate of character from their late Master or Tutor on the proper form before to on the Friday preceding the Examination Names of ihibitiOners 1889 Mason Walter Alexander Parker Kerslake Arthur Thomas Strteter Burnett Hillman Tomalin Henry Ferdinand 1890 Maconochie Archibald Harding Herbert Lovel Tyrrell Francis Gra3me Unwin Ralph Edward Nicholls Henry Thomas Percival 1891 Pedler Samuel Cottell Victor Lansdowne Barber Edward Inglis XIX Open to all Divisions Given by the Council This Medal is awarded annually to the boy who shall most distinguish himself at the July examination either in Divinity Classics and English Literature or in Divinity Mathematics and English Literature
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