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The Times (London).
12 September 1890

Classified Advertising: Education

PRIVATE TUITION:
Mr. E.S. Craig, M.A., 1st Class Honours Mathematical Moderations, 1884, and Finals, 1887, formerly scholar of University College, Oxford, late Mathematical Master at Eliot Place School, Blackheath, is prepared to take a few pupils, resident or non resident, for all Army, Civil Service, or other examinations; also for mathematical or science scholarships, or any University examinations in these subjects. The classical work of Mr. Craig's pupils will be undertaken by Mr. St. George Stock, M.A., Oxford. Special advantages for scientific studies.

Address: 6 Museum Villas, Oxford.