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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-699

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report xlvii The following have been elected Fellows of the College since the date of the last Report James Howard Thornton London Surgeon-General retired 1855 Formerly Student in the Medical Faculty of King's College London Walter Charleton Hughes Inst Fellow of the university of Bombay Member of the Council of the Governor of Bombay for making Laws and Regulations Formerly Secretary to the Bombay Government in the Indian Public Works Department now Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Port of Bombay Formerly Student in the Engineering and Applied Science Depart ment of King's College London Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing י Late Fellow and Tutor of Worcester College Oxford Author of Report on the Amphipoda of the Challenger Expedition and of numerous writings on scientific and other subjects Formerly Pupil of the School Walter Noel Hartley formerly Demonstrator of Chemistry King's College London now Professor of Chemistry Royal College of Science Dublin Examiner in Chemistry to the Science and Art Department Stanley Leathes Prebendary of St Paul's Rector of Much Hadham Hon Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge Professor of Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testa- ment at King's College London and Member of the Staff since 1862 Alexander Israel McCaul Rector of St Magnus City of London formerly Lecturer in Divinity and later Lecturer in Hebrew and the Exegesis of the Old Testament at King's College London and Member of the Staff since 1859 The Council have every reason to look back with satisfac- tion upon the general work of the year and are able to con- gratulate the Court once more upon an improving financial position The excess of expenditure over receipts £613 7s 6c is the smallest for many years reference to the report which accompanies the printed accounts will show that larger
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