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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-341

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civil service classes 337 Subjects of Examination for Male Sorters -Handwriting Orthography Arithmetic first rules Simple and Com pound English Composition Geography General Books -See General Arrangements Assistant Clerks -So far it appears that these appointments are to be limited to Boy Clerks and Boy Copyists serving or who have served in the department where the vacancy occurs The age is 19 to 21 and the salary £55 to £150 Male Sorters -Age 18 to 21 Pay 185 per week rising by Is week to 20s and then by 25 week to 405 First Class Sorters rise from 405 by 25 week to 505 Hours per day partly in the early morning and partly in the evening DIVISION CORRESPONDENCE TUITION FOR PROVINCIAL CANDIDATES Braginton Cantab and Hinks Assisted by Miss Β Braginton London True Value of Correspondence Correspondence is recommended to those only who are be- yond reach of good oral instruction Correspondence pupils are put through exactly the same course of study and have exactly the same papers as the students attending the Even- ing Classes at King's College And solutions are supplied or hints given for the solution of all questions and papers set which they are not able to answer Fees can at any time be transferred from the Correspond- ence to the Oral Classes General arrangements applying to Correspondence Classes in Division Times for beginning -Courses of Preparation begin four or five weeks after each Examination and continue until the next Examination They are generally divided into two ν
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