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MR. W. F. A. WILSON, M.A. (OXFORD), F.S.A.
CANDIDATES FOR THE EXAMINATIONS OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
For Terms, with or without Residence,
MR. W. F. A. WILSON, 29 Delamere Crescent, Westbourne
Square, London ; or Admiralty, Somerset House.
References given to Pupils who have obtained Appointments (the majority after Competitive Examinations) in the War Office, Admiralty, Military Store Department, Ecclesiastical Commission Office, Royal Engineers, Post Office, Inland Revenue, Her Majesty's Dockyards, Assistant Clerkships in the Navy, &c.
MR. SUTHERLAND, M.A.
OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,
15 PEMBROKE ROAD, KENSINGTON, W.,
Prepares Candidates for all the Departments of the Civil
SINCE the first institution of Examinations for the Civil Service, Mr. SUTHERLAND has been continuously engaged in preparing Gentlemen for the various Branches, and is assisted by additional Masters for Modem Languages.
References can be given to Pupils who have been successful in recent Competitive Examinations.
Terms for Resident Pupils. Three Guineas a-week. · Half Terms for Non-Residents.
INDIAN AND ALL BRANCHES OF THE HOME CIVIL
6 BLANDFORD SQUARE, NW.
References to successful Candidates, Noblemen, and Gentlemen of distinction at the Universities and in London.
Terms: For Resident Pupils, Ten Guineas a month. Residents, Six Guineas.
INDIAN CIVIL AND MILITARY SERVICES,
ADDISCOMBE, WOOLWICH, & THE
A Married Clergyman, Cantab., assisted by a High Wrangler, a Porson Prizeman, Camden Medallist, and other eminent Professors of French, German, Fortification, Drawing, and Hindustani, receives into his family
AND PREPARES THEM FOR THE ABOVE.
References to the parents of those whom he has passed.
High terms not so much an object as pupils who will work and distinguish themselves.
Address Rev. M.A., care of G. C. Silk, Esq., 79 Pall Mall, Sw.
FOSTER'S INITIATORY COUNTING-HOUSE,
161A STRAND, next to King's College,
Gentlemen are prepared for all Branches of the Civil Service.
The usual Course, Five Guineas. Term unlimited.
References to Gentlemen who have passed, in almost every Depart
CANDIDATES expeditiously prepared by Mr. G. B. ABBOTT, Associate of King's College, London, and Mr. E. W. JOHN, a gentleman of great experience, both of whom have passed the ordinary and competitive examinations, and whose pupils have been eminently successful for all the principal departments of the service.
Modern Languages by M. DE Rozier.
References permitted to Gentlemen who have obtained their appointments, in the majority of cases after competition, for the following offices: The Colonial Office, Admiralty, Audit Office, Customs, Paymaster-General's Office, Treasury, Income - Tax Office, Legacy-Duty Office, Warehouse Department of the Inland Revenue, the Comptroller General of Inland Revenue, Edinburgh, Supernumerary Surveyorship of Taxes, RegistrarGeneral's Office, &c., &c.
For Terms, apply to Mr. G. B. ABBOTT, 20 Newman Street, Oxford Street, W.
Fourth Edition, post 8vo. sewed, 28.; cloth, 2s. 6d.
THE STUDENT'S TEXT-BOOK OF ENGLISH AND GENERAL
HISTORY, from B.C. 100 to the Present Time. By D. BEALE.
"We have been at some pains to investigate, compare, and test the authenticity of the various facts, and the correctness of the dates throughout the 'Text-Book,' and on this head we find it impossible to impugn its authority. Indeed, we are astonished at the marvellous accuracy displayed in all matters of research. We confidently recommend this Manual to all Students preparing for the Civil Service Examinations, and can pledge ourselves, that if they pay due attention to its contents, they need fear no 'crack questions' on either English or General History."-Civil Service Gazette.
"This is very much in advance of most works we have seen devoted to similar purposes.... To English history, its bearings, influence, character, and results, this Text-Book is more immediately devoted; it contains also a good résumé of Continental history. We can award very high praise to a volume which may prove invaluable to teachers and taught."-Athenaum.
"This excellent little Text-Book may be safely recommended to those who are in want of a class-book, which is freed from all that extraneous matter which is apt so grievously to embarrass the student of history." "-Critic.
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