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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-470

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468 evening classes Gilbart Lectures Course 01 Four Lectures will be given in the ensuiu Winter by Paget Esq LL Barrister-at-Law Standing Counsel to the Institute of Bankers 1st Lecture Monday Jan 22 and Thursday Jan 25 2nd 29 Feb 3rd Feb 4th 15 12 There will be written examination on the subject of the above lectures on Thursday March at Cards of Admission can be obtained through the Managers of the different London Banks and their branches Applicants for Cards of Admission will be allowed to choose whether they will attend the Monday or the Thursday Course but no one will be allowed under any circumstances to attend both nights or to change from one night to the other without the special leave of the Secretary Prizes of books will be awarded at the close of the Session in connexion with these Lectures The value of the Prizes depends upon the contributions made to the Fund by the different Banks but twelve Prizes are usual Ī½ awarded Certificates of Distinction and Merit are awarded to those gaining more than seventy-five and sixty marks respectively who do not obtain Prizes No Prizeman of former year can gain the same or lower Prize in subsequent year The place in the Prize-list not the value of the Prize is to be regarded DIVINITY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday evening from to Fee 105 6c but free to Students attending other Classes Attendance is required and marked in the case of Matriculated Students unless specially exempted by the Principal
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