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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-586

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584 CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES Students can attend once week only on Friday fees 17s for six weeks or 30s for twelve weeks Or twice week on Saturday and Wednesday fees £1 7s Gd for six weeks and £2 10s for twelve weeks Or on all three days fees £1 18s for six weeks or £3 10s for twelve weeks All are advised to attend not less than twice week if they possibly can they ought not to attend three times unless they have the whole of their time for preparation Students are recommended to join the Class at the beginning of the course but there are admissions at intervals of six weeks Students can join at other times but their fees which should if possible be previously paid at the College Office will date from the last regular admission The Secretary's office is always open for the receipt of fees from 10 to Saturdays 10 to and any one joining the Class at the beginning of the course and proving successful in the previous competi- tion will have returned to her the portion of her fee that is unexpired when the result is made known Subjects of Examination -Handwriting Spelling Arith- metic Composition Geography and History Book required -Brook-Smith's Arithmetic Macmillan 4s Gd King's College Obligatory Arithmetic Papers 6c to be had at the College by Students only Recommended -Spelling Vocabulary Chambers 66 King's College Tots Gd to be had at the College by Students only Curtis's Outlines of English History Simpkin Gd Ransome's Short History of England Longmans 3s Gd High School Manual of Geography Allman 3s Gd Collins's Progressive Atlas Is Gd Currie's Composition Is Gd Female clerks of the lowest class receive salaries of £65 per year rising by £3 annually to £100 Promotion to higher classes depends on merit First Class clerks receive from £105 to £130 per year principal clerks from £130 to £190 There are 386 in the 2nd Class 52 in the 1st and 12 Principal Clerks Candidates for examination must be unmarried and
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