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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-101

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FACULTY OF ARTS 97 ISOLICITORS' INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATIONS Harper Scaife LL Lecturer Tuesday and Thursday at Classes are held to prepare Candidates for the above Examinations The one for the January Examination commencing about the middle of October and the one for the April Examination commencing in January Syllabus Model outlines and analyses of statutes will be given The subjects will be treated in the following order Introductory-Nature of the Examination-How to read- Laws in general-Arrangement of Commentaries-Eights in general Things real-their divisions-Acquisition by various titles Deeds Devises Copyholds Incorporeal here- ditaments Things personal-their divisions-how acquired-Contract Bankruptcy-Wills and Administrations- Master and servant-Domestic relations Civil injuries-Remedies at common law and in equity- Procedure Text-book Stephen's Commentaries on the Laws of England Twelfth edition The number of the class will be limited Fee -£3 3s for the Course VOCAL MUSIC INCLUDING ELEMENTARY THEORY Vernha Professor Robinson Mus Lecturer Sight-Singing Junior Thurs 30-4 30 IT Senior Tues 3-4 777 Tues 7-8 IV Evening Class Mon 30-9 This Course is in preparation for Musical Degrees and Diplomas Harmony and Counterpoint Elementary and Advanced Form Canon Fugue Composition and Orchestration Examinations are held at the end of each term Examiners The Professor of Music Dr Ε Turpin Dr Sawyer and Mr Hamilton Robinson Mus
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