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have a high appreciation of his fidelity in the discharge of his
duties in connection with this trust- of his attainments as
a scholar and of his whole bearing as a Christian gentleman."

Two of the Professors, The Principal and Professor Mackerras,
had been much engaged during part of the last two years in
arduous extramural labours in the prosecution of the Endowment
Scheme, and the College still continued to feel the effects of the
depression caused by the financial crisis through which it had
so recently past, but from this year onwards the tide of prsoper-
ity began again to rise and has never since ceased to flow.

All the Classes in Arts and Theology, which had
hitherto been conducted at great inconvenience in the old
building, were this Session transferred to the large and com-
modious building formerly leased to the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. There, under the careful training
and instruction of their Professors, in daily Class work, and
monthly written examinations, the Students continued to be dis-
tinguished by their diligence and progress. But the Principal
could refer to other tests of the Education given at the College,
"more deserving of notice because of their strictly in-
dependent application," when, with well grounded satisfac-

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