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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-74

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68 PRIZES The Prize is open to all students who have within three years of the date of the examination in each year attended for not less than three terms regular courses of instruction in Palaeography or Diplomatic in connection with one of the Schools of the University The Prize will be awarded annually after examination The examination will be written and practical The paper or papers will include questions requiring knowledge of the history and theory of Palaeography with the elements of Diplomatic The regulations governing the award of the Prize may be modified from time to time by the Governing Body for the time being of Uni- versity of London Bang's College with the concurrence of the Council of the Royal Historical Society Entries should reach the Secretary by October 1st The next examination will be held in October IV -FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE -Prizes in Natural Science open to all Regular Students of the College Drew Golb IDebal in l&atbeinattcs See under Arts Carter Bolb flbebal anb prt3e for 3B0tang This Prize was founded in 1879 under the will of George Redsull Carter The Prize consists of gold medal and books to the joint value of about £15 The Prize is open to all regular students in all Faculties of the College who have attended for at least two years at the College The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Professor of Botany shall have most distinguished himself in written and practical work in Botany during the year -Prizes in Natural Science open to Students of the Faculties of Arts Natural Science and Engineering Uennant Debate anb fl ri3ee These Prizes were founded in 1881 under the will of James Tennant Professor of Mineralogy from 1853 to 1869 Each Prize consists of books or instruments to the value of £7 10s together with medal
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