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Title: Alice King, Kingston, Canada to James Smyth, Ontario
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileKing, Alice/7
SenderKing, Alice
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationdeputy registrar at Queens University
Sender Religionunknown
OriginKingston, Ontario, Canada
DestinationWindsor, Ontario, Canada
RecipientSmyth, James Alexander
Recipient Gendermale
RelationshipMs King writes about Smyth's registration paperwor
SourceCopyright Retained by Mr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge, Co Tyrone, castledamph@btinternet.com
ArchiveMr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge.
Doc. No.410239
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 28:10:2004.
Word Count171
TranscriptR. Bruce Taylor, D.D., LL.D. Queens University Principal Kingston, Canada
W.E. McNeill, M.A.Phd
Registrar and Treasurer
Alice King
Deputy Registrar

Sept. 23rd. 1925

Mr James A. Smyth,
623 Ouellette Avenue,
Windsor, Ontario.

Dear Mr. Smyth,
Your certificates showing standing
on Senior papers on the Fourth Form examinations of
1899, 1907, 1908 and 1915 have been received.

It is unfortunate that you did not write on
Matriculation examination instead of the Upper School,
as you were evidently not very well prepared for the
latter. We can accept your standing as covering our
entrance requirements in English, History, Mathematics
and Physics. As you are over twenty one years of age
you may register in first year work and also have an
allowance of three courses, - English 1 , History 1
and Mathmatics 1 (on your papers on Geometry and
Trigonometry). If, however, you at any time wish to
proceed to second year work in Mathematics, you must
repeat Mathematics 1 in full. To remove your
Matriculation conditions you must take Latin 1 and
French 1. The pro tanto fee of $10 is payable to have
the above allowance entered to your credit.

Yours very truly

Alice King


Kindly return
JAS [James Alexander Smyth?]

Transcribed by Tony Flanagan