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Times (London)
9 February 1880
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

CAMBRIDGE, Feb. 7.

At King's College the prizes for an English essay have been adjudged as follow:-1. J.K. Stephen; 2. J.P. Whitney and A.R. Ropes, equal in merit; honourably mentioned-N. Lawson, R.B. Raffies. The prize for reading in chapel has been adjudged to Arthur John Maclean, scholar of the College.

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