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The course of Instruction in this Department embraces the Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion; the Holy Scriptures in the Original Languages; the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion; the Book of Common Prayer; Ecclesiastical History, both Ancient and Modern; and the theory and practice of the Pastoral Ofice, including the reading of the Liturgy, and the composition and delivery of Sermous. Measures also are taken for providing the Students with the opportunity of acting as District Visitors under the Parochial Clergy, and also for enabling them to become practically acquainted with the best methods of conducting Schools. A course of eiglit Lectures on Public Health, in all its bearings, is given in the Lent Term of each year. Instruction is also given within the College in the theory and practice of Congregational Singing.

The following persons are admitted Students of this Department:

1. All Students of King's College, London, who, having passed three years in the Department of General Literature and Science, shall thereupon have received the Diploma of an Associate, in consideration of good couduct and industry.

2. All Graduates of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham.

3. All persons of the age of twenty-one, who, after having been examined and reported as eligible by the Principal, shall obtain the recominendation of a Bisi:op. The necessary qualifications are, the Four Gospels in Greek; a knowledge of the Historical Scriptures in English; a thorough acquaintance with the Church Catechisin, together with Bishop Nicholson's Exposition (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge); a grammatical knowledge of some one Greek, and some one Latin classical book, which may be selected by the Candidate himself; and the power of translating from English into Latin. An acquaintance with the elements of Hebrew is also desirable. The examination lasts two days."

Associates of King's College, London, and Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, or Durham, will be admitted on producing testimonials from their respective Colleges; and all other Candidates must se:rd to the Principal, seven days previous to the examination, a written application for admission, accompanied by a Certificate of gool moral and religious character from the Clergyman of their parish, or of the parish in which they have last resided. The form of application inay be obtained from the Secretary.

Previously to Matriculation each Student must subscribe the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, as well as a declaration that he will conform to all the rules and regulations of the College.

All Students are expected to attend the Chapel Service morning and evening daily; and in rotation 10 give their services as Teachers in the Evening School for the Indigent, established in the Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields.

Persons already in Deacons' Orders, desirous of preparing themselves as Candidates for Priests' Orders, as well as Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham, are permitted to attend the Theological Course for such length of time as they may desire ;

* The choice of books to be brought up is to be made from the following List: HOMER,-Books I. II. III.

CICERO._" De Finibus." Oxe GREEK TRAGEDY.

CÆSAR,"De Bello Gallico." Three Books. HERODOTUS.-Book II., or any two other SALLUST. Books.

Live.--Two Books. THUCYDIDES.--One Book.

Tacirus.— " De Moribus Germanorum,"and XENOPHON.—“Cyropædia." Books I. II. III. Agricola.”

“ Anabasis." Books I. II. III. VIRGIL. - Three Books of the Eneid, or the CICERO. -" De Officis."

Georgics. “ De Natura Deorum."

Horace. - The Odes; the Satires; or the Epistles

but, in the case of all other Students, the Course of Study must be continued during at least Six Academical Terms (two years). Examinations take place in each of the several branches of instruction every Term, and a probationary vivá voce must be passed by every Student in his fourth or fitih Term. At the close of the course of iwo years a strict examination takes place; and to all Students who have merited such a distinction by their attainments, and by their good character during the period of their Studies in King's College, the Principal is empowered by the Council to grant a Certificate of attainments, which may be exhibited for the satisfaction of that Bishop to whom any Student may apply to be adınitted as a Candidate for Holy Orders.

The Board of Examiners hold examinations for Certificates at the close of the Michaelmas and Lent Terins in each year.

The Fees for attending the full prescribed Course are 8l. 8s. per Term for Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham; 101.10s.* per Term for all Associates of King's College, London ; and 121, 12s.* per Term for all other Students. The Fees for the first two Terms must be paid upon entrance, in addition to the following; viz,

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+ These Fees are reduced £2 2s. per Term to those residing in College.

Occasional Students are admitted to attend the Class of any Divinity Professor, upon payınent of £ 1 4s. per Term; and the Lectures on Public Health upon payment of £l Is. for the course. The Academical Year consists of Three Terms; viz.

Michaelmas Term, from about the 1st of October to the week before Christmas;
Lent Term, from about the 20th of January to the week before Easter;
Easter Term, from about ten days after Easter to the end of June.'

RESIDENCE IN COLLEGE. A residence has been provided within the College precincts for a limited number of Theological Students. All Students (except Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham, or those whose homes are in London or its neighbourhood) must be prepared at any time to occupy any rooms which may be vacant. The Rev. Robert Hayes, M.A. appointed Censor by the Council, has the superintendence of all Resident Students, under strictly academical discipline.

TERMS.—The amount to le paid for residence varies, according to the position of the rooms, from £50 to £55 per annum; in which amount is included the whole expense of Rent for Furnished Room, and Attendance throughout the year; Coals, Breakfast and Tea in the Common Room, and Dinner in the College Hall, during Teru time.

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CLASS OF THEOLOGICAL CANDIDATES.

With the view of preparing those gentlemen who are not yet qualified to pass the examination for admission into the Theological Department, a Class is established, in which instruction in the Latin and Greek Languages is given daily.

The elements of Hebrew are also taught.

Lecturers.
Rev. MICHAEL Biggs, M.A.
Rer. ROBERT Hayes, M.A.

Any person, twenty years of age, may enter this Class for such length of time as he may desire, upon producing a Certificate of good moral conduct from the Clergyman of the last place in which he has resided.

The instruction given varies according to the proficiency of each Student; but all Students of this Class are required to attend the Chaplain's Lecture on Wednesday and Friday,

Hours of attendance, from ten to two daily.

The Fees amount to £8 8s. per Term, which sum covers every expense, except the Entrance Fees, which are £4 15s. 6d., as in the Theologica! Department. Upon joining that Department, the Student will not have the Entrance Fees to pay again,

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The General Education of King's College, London, is carried on in six distinct yet mutually related Departments ; viz.

I. THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.
II. THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE.
III. THE DEPARTMENT OF THE APPLIED SCIENCES.
IV. THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
V. THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

VI. THE SCHOOL. And under these separate divisions, every information respecting the College is given in the following pages.

Theological Department. The object in view in this Department of King's College is to provide a system of sound Theological Instruction, essentially practical in its nature, for the large and important class of young men who propose to offer themselves as Candidates for Holy Orders.

This department is under the immediate superintendence of the Principal of King's
College, and is conducted by
DivinityThe Rev. ALEXANDER MCaul, D.D.

The Rev. FredERICK D. MAURICE, M.A. Professors.
The Rev. RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, M.A.
The Rev. E. H. PLUMPTRE, M.A.
The Rev. MICHAEL BIGGS, M.A.

Lecturers.
The Rer. Robr. HAYES, M.A.
Vocal Music, by JOHN HULLAH, Esq. Professor.
Public Reading, by the Rev. A. S. THELWALL, M.A. Lecturer.
Public Health, by W. A. Guy, Esq. M.B. Cantab. Professor,

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The course of Instruction in this Department embraces the Evidences of Natura and Revealed Religion; the Holy Scriptures in the Original Languages; the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion; the Book of Common Prayer; Ecclesiastical His. tory, both Ancient and Modern; and the theory and practice of the Pastoral Ofce, including the reading of the Liturgy, and the composition and delivery of Sernote Measures also are taken for providing the Students with the opportunity of acting as District Visitors under the Parochial Clergy, and also for enabling them to becita practically acquainted with the best methods of conducting Schools. A course! eight Lectures on Public Health, in all its bearings, is given in the Lent Term if each year. Instruction is also given within the College in the theory and practice of Congregational Singing.

The following persons are admitted Students of this Department:

1. All Students of King's College, London, who, having passed three pears in the Department of General Literature and Science, shall thereupon have received the Diploma of an Associate, in consideration of good conduct and industry.

2. All Graduates of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham.

3. All persons of the age of twenty-one, who, after having been examined and reported as eligible by the Principal, shall obtain the recominendation of a B«:09. The necessary qualifications are, the Four Gospels in Greek; a knowledge of ile Historical Scripiures in English; a thorough acquaintance with the Church Cateelise, together with Bishop Nicholson's Exposition (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge); a grammatical knowledge of some one Greek, and some one Latin claseca

a book, which may be selected by the Candidate himself; and the power of tranulati from English into Latin. An acquaintance with the elements of Hebrer is aso desirable. The examination lasts two days."

Associates of King's College, London, and Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, or Durham, will be admitted on producing testimonials from their respective Colleges; and all other Candidates must se:d io the l'rincipal, seven days previous to the examination, a written application for admission, accompanied by a Certificate si gool moral and religious character from the Clergyman of their parish, or the parish in which they have last resided. The form of application inay be obtained from the Secretary.

Previously to Matriculation each Student must subscribe the Thirty-nine Artice of Religion, as well as a declaration that he will conform to all the rules and regulations of the College.

All Students are expected to attend the Chapel Service morning and evening dais; and in rotation 10 give their services as Teachers in the Evening School fer ile Indigent, established in the Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields.

Persons already in Deacons' Orders, desirous of preparing themselves as Candidates for Priests' Orders, as well as Graduates of Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham, are permitted to attend the Theological Course for such length of time as they may desira;

* The choice of books to be brought up is to be made from the following List:HOMER.-Books I. II. III.

CICERO._" De Finibus." OXE GREEK TRAGEDY.

CÆSAR." De Bello Gallico." Three Books. HERODOTUS.-Book II., or any two other Sallust. Books.

LIVY. Two Books. THUCYDIDES.-One Book.

Tacirus.--" De Moribus Germanorun,"and XENOPHON.-"Cyropaedia." Books I. II. III. "Azricola."

“Anabasis.” Books I. II. III. VIRGIL. - Three Books of the Eneid, or the CICERO. _" De Oliciis,"

Georgics. “ De Natura Deorum."

Horace. The Odes; the Satires; or the Epis's

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