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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-168

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 179 SECOND YEAR READING PRIZE This Prize for elocution was founded by the Council in 1933 and is open to students in the second year of the course The Prize is to the value of £1 10$ The conditions are similar to those given above for the Whichelow Reading Prizes ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON PRIZE This Prize was founded in 1931 in memory of the Right Rev Archibald Robertson Principal of the College from 1897 to 1903 and after- wards Bishop of Exeter who bequeathed £100 to the Council for the benefit of the Faculty of Theology The Prize consists of books to the value of guineas The Prize will be offered annually for the best student at the College examination at the end of the second year of the course WORDSWORTH PRIZE The Council gives Prize to the Faculty of Theology each year in memory of Bishop Wordsworth by whom for some years the Prizes were presented The Prize which is of the value of £3 3s will be offered annually for the best student in the second year of the course PLUMPTRE PRIZE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE The friends and former pupils of the Very Rev Edward Hayes Plumptre Dean of Wells formerly Professor of Pastoral Theology at King's College presented to the College the sum of £128 95 sd for the purpose of founding Prize to bear his name The Prize which is of the value of £15 is open to regular students of the Faculty of Theology in their second and third year course for the final examination No student may obtain this Prize second time The Prize will be awarded for the best essay submitted by the candidates Essays must be sent to the Registrar of the College not later than date to be announced on the faculty notice-board Subject for Session 1968-69 An Appreciation of The Four Quartets by Eliot
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