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Times (London)
8 June 1881

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

__________

CAMBRIDGE, June 7.

The following have been elected to the vacant scholarships in International Law on the foundation of Dr. Whewell:-First scholar-James Kenneth Stephen, scholar of King's College. Second scholar-Frank Terry, LL.B., scholar of St. John's College, Proximeaccessit-Frederick Kilvington, scholar of Downing College.

The undermentioned have passed the special examination in mechanism and applied science, entitling them to the degree of B.A.-First class (in order of merit), Hebbert, Pembroke; Jephson, Trinity; Forbes, Trinity. Second class, none.


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