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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-459

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prizes 455 Prizemen 1879 Saunders Thomas Bailey 1880 Chapman John 1881 Clarke John Michell 1882 Hill Harcourt Henry 1883 Whittingham Walter Godfrey 1884 Harding Alfred Arthur 1885 Smith Harold 1880 Hendrick James 1887 Newnham John Montague ן Smith Claude im 1888 Hogg Walter Eustace 1889 Whittington Richard 1890 Gooch George Peabody 1891 Gooch George Peabody 1892 Gingell William Henry 1893 Jennings Frederick Herbert 1894 Gingell William Henry 1895 Molineux Henry Alfred 1896 Bourne Arthur Alfred Mr Hatton le Maistre gives annually prize of £2 2s in books for an English Essay The subject for 1897 is The English Revolution Candidates must be Matriculated Students of the College at the time of the competition and the Essays must be sent to the Secretary by June 10th 1895 Worsley Frederick William 1896 Burton Harold Sydney Somen's CSoltf iftetial an $ti$e This Medal and Prize has been founded by the late Sir Charles William Siemens "with the object of stimulating the Students of King's College London to high standard of proficiency in Metallurgical Science גי It is open to those who have as Matriculated Students studied in the Engineering Division for at least two years and who either in their Third Year or if they remain in the Division for three years in the succeeding year make Metallurgy special study The award will depend partly on an Essay on some par- ticular subject partly on written examination on the Metallurgical lectures and partly on actual work done in the Laboratory Names of Medallists 1883 Burn Edward 1885 Home Ernest Worthy
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