A list of the Royal military college at Sandhurst (Google eBook)

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Page 28 - May, 1808, all gentlemen cadets at the Royal Military College are subject to the Articles of War, and . \ to such other rules and regulations as are, or may be from time to time, established for the maintenance of good order and discipline at the establishment.
Page 24 - Subscription, upon which candidates are admitted into the Royal Military College : FIRST CLASS. The sons of all Officers in the Army, under the rank of Field Officers, including Surgeons and Paymasters ; and the orphans of Officers of whatever rank in the Army, and of Commanders, and...
Page 22 - College, if not provided with quarters. And Forage Money for one Horse (under the authority of the Collegiate Board) is allowed to such as have made sufficient progress in their Studies to qualify them for sketching in the Field. Every Officer studying at the Senior Department is required to wear his Uniform with the same strictness as if on duty with his Regiment. In case any Officer belonging to the Senior Department conducts himself in such manner as may appear to be at all detrimental to the...
Page 21 - CANDIDATE for admission into the Senior Department of the College must be a commissioned officer in the army, and must have completed the twentyfirst year of his age. He must have actually served as a commissioned officer with his regiment...
Page 26 - No candidate can be admitted into the junior department of the Royal Military College, under the full age of thirteen years, nor above that of fifteen. A baptismal certificate, under the hand of the clergyman of the parish where he was born, if in the United Kingdom ; or if the candidate was born abroad, such other proofs respecting his age as may be satisfactory to the Governor, must be transmitted with the application for admission.
Page 27 - There are two examinations for admission; and parents or guardians are at liberty to choose that which is best adapted to the previous education of the candidate. The one examination comprehends the first four rules of arithmetic, simple and compound ; and construing Cornelius Nepos or Caesar in prose, and Virgil or Ovid in verse.
Page 27 - ... compound ; and construing Cornelius Nepos or Caesar in prose, and Virgil or Ovid in verse. The other comprehends arithmetic, as high as the rule of three; together with vulgar and decimal fractions. Writing, spelling, and the construction of an English sentence, form part of both examinations.
Page 26 - Governor, must be transmitted with the application for admission. Testimonials of conduct, in the following form, must be produced within one month before the admission of a candidate, from every master under whose tuition he may have been during the three years immediately preceding : I do hereby certify that Mr. was under my care and instruction, from the - day of , 18 , to the day of , 18 ; and that during that period 1 had reason to be satisfied with his general conduct and application...
Page 21 - A Candidate for admission to the Senior Department of the College, must be a Commissioned Officer in the Army, and must have completed the twenty-first year of his age. He must have actually served as a Commissioned Officer with his regiment...
Page 24 - The following are the classes, and rotes of subscription, upon which candidates are admitted into the Royal Military College: FIRST CLASS. The sons of all officers in the Army, under the rank of Field-Officers, including Surgeons and Paymasters, and the orphans of officers, of whatever rank in the Army, and of Commanders and officers of rank superior thereto, of the Royal Navy, who have died in the Service, and are proved to have left families in pecuniary dittrett, to pay 40/.

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