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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-63

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These applications must be made on or before November st or the December Examination on or before February st for the Lent Examination and on or before Jul Ist for the ul 11 Examination To meet the expanses of the Examination the payment of fee of 15 will be required from each of the Candidates The names in full of all Candidates with their fees and addresses must be sent to the Rev Prof Knowling King's College Loud 01 through the Principals All Students applying for admission to King's College as Non-Graduates whether as having passed the Entrance Examination ur as presenting the Certificates above men- tioned must present themselves to the Vice-Principal on the day before the commencement of Term at 10 that is in 1890-7 Wednesday September 30 Wednesday January 20 or Wednesday April 28 Candidates for the Entrance Examination for Non- Graduates under the rules required by the Bishops and stated above These can be admitted either to Day Classes or to Evening Classes Any gentlemen desiring to join this Faculty and needing further information are requested to communicate with tlie Vice-Principal who will be found in his College room at 30 in every Wednesday during Term COURSE OF STUDY The course of study is directed in accordance with the following arrangements respecting Ordination Examinations which have been agreed to by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York ami all the English Bishops 14 That the same Special Subjects for Examination he re- quired from Candidates for Deacon's Orders in the Old Testament New Testament Ecclesiastical History and Latin
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