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vi ANNUAL REPORT Mathematical Department several appointments were made during the session Mr Henderson Mr James and Mr Bath were made Assistant Lecturers Mr Peaker and Mr Roberts held posts during the session as temporary Assistant Lecturers Mr Davis was appointed temporary Assistant Lecturer in the middle of the session and re-appointed in that position for the next session and Mr Heath was also appointed temporary Assistant Lecturer for next session Faculty of Medical Science -Mr Reeves was appointed part- time Demonstrator in Physiology and Miss Soames part-time Demon- strator for the Easter Term In the Dental Department which was instituted last session Mr Widdowson was appointed Lecturer in Dental Anatomy and Mr Patchin of the Sir John Cass Institute Lecturer in Dental Metallurgy Faculty of Engineering -Mr Clarke Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering was transferred to the Depart- ment of Electrical Engineering as temporary Lecturer Mr Campbell Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering was promoted to the rank of Lecturer Faculty of Laws -M Maxime de Gorostarzu was appointed Lecturer in the Code Civil Frangais for two terms of the session and Mr Showan was appointed Tutor to Law Students Preliminary Class -Mr Driver was appointed Assistant to Dr Webb Deaths of Former Members of the College During the session the following members of the staff or old students of the College died The Very Rev Dr Wace once student of the College from 1883 to 1897 Principal of the College and afterwards Dean of Canterbury General Sir Dighton Probyn Controller of Queen Alexandra's Household student in the Military Department in 1849 Sir William Treloar former student of King's College School when it was still in the Strand who always retained keen interest in its welfare Dr Tinto Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics 1919-1923 Mr John Cutler Emeritus Professor who held the Chair of Law from 1865 to 1916 Mr Bell Emeritus Professor who held the Chair of Comparative Anatomy from 1879 to 1896 The Rev Ball Censor and Chaplain from 1878 to 1879 an Oriental and Biblical Scholar who counted among his pupils three professors of Hebrew-at Oxford at Cambridge and in King's College Mr Ī¤ Sweet Escott who at one time lectured in Logic and was Deputy Professor of Classics The Rev Daniell an old student afterwards educated at
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