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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-457

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m principal's ψί ζ The Principal gives annually two Prizes in books one open to Students of the Second and Third Years and the other to Students of the First Year for excellence in Latin Prose Composition done during the Easter Term Vl Classical $rofcsso $u The Professor of Classical Literature gives annually two Prizes in books for proficiency in the study of Antient History Waiter for ISng isi Vtm This Prize has been founded by the late George JRedsull Carter Esq and consists of Gold Medal and Books valued together at £15 The prize is awarded for English Original Verse and is open to all Matriculated Students of the College who have completed one Term and not exceeded nine Terms Students of the Evening Classes are subject to special conditions for which see Evening Class Department Section 521 The exercise must not exceed 200 lines Subject for 1897 11 Sir Philip Sydney Gold Medal and Prize 1890 Gough Arthur Bradly Prize only 1SS9 Tope Edward Vallc 1892 McKerrow Ronald Brunlees 1893 McKcrrow Ronald Brunlees Stcpfjcn $rt for Icntjltslj 3300ה£ Sir George Stephen has resented to the College sum of Fifty Guineas which is invested in the Public Funds The Annual Interest is given in Books for the best English Essay on such subject as shall be fixed by the Principal This prize is open to all Matriculated Students of the Col- lege not being Associates and notbelongingto the Theological
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