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King’s College

Hist of King’s
Charles Inglis
John Inglis
J.Inglis Memo
69 Acres
Plan of Lands
Founded 1789
Pres. Cochran
T.C.H. Starts School
T.C.H. on King’s
Procuring Food
TCH Reminiscences
King’s View
Seat of the Muses
The Three Elms
Fire 1871
Fire 1920

King’s Pictures
King’s 1800
King’s View
Hensley Chapel
Hensley Plaque
Winter 1803

King’s Record

 

 

Thomas Begins His College Years

…Haliburton entered King’s in 1810 at the beginning of the Michaelmas (autumn) term. The 14 year old youth was one of three to be admitted at that time. During the 1810-11 academic year there were nine students at the college, and enrollment never exceeded 12 during Haliburtons period as an undergraduate. Indeed, between 1807 (the year in which the record book listing those in residence begins) and 1836 (when it ends) enrollment fluctuated between a low of six in the years 1808-09 and 1835-36 and 29 in 1823-24…


The Haliburton Bi-Centenuary Chaplet:
Papers Presented at the 1996 Thomas Raddall Symposium
Edited by Richard A. Davies
Published – 1997
Haliburton and King’s College
by Henry Roper
pg 85-86

 

 

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