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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-742

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liv port moderate grant tlie amount of which depends in part on the voluntary contributions made to the College and on the equate development of its means of education The Royal Commission which reported in 1889 upon University Teaching in London recommended that King's College and University College should either be incorporated in the existing University of London or should receive some equivalent position as the constituent Colleges of University for London and an additional obligation is thus imposed on them to extend and improve their equipment for University work An appeal similar to the present for Ā£50 000 is accordingly about to be made by University College and the Council of each Institution desires it to be understood that the two appeals are not made in competition but with mutual goodwill The Council have now before them imperative demands which require the expenditure of large capital sums Among these are the following New laboratories for Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Neuro-Pathology together with the completion of the Bacteriological Laboratory Museum and Laboratory for the instruction of Students in Sanitary Science and Engineering and in Practical Hygiene The enlargement of the Chemical Department The extension of the Workshops with new en- trance thereto School for Wood Carving and Museum for Architectural Models The Transfer of the Fine Art Department to new quarters and the erection of the necessary fittings The construction of an additional entrance to the College from the Thames Embankment
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