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Sanskrit.

Rig-Veda, First Mandala, Hymns XIII to XXIV incla

sive (according to the Pada or Samhita Text published by Prof. Max Müller in 1873) with Sáyana's Com

mentary
Manu, Books II, VII, VIII.
Dásakumára-Charita.
Mrichchhakati.
Kalidasa-Sákuntalá.
Bhavabhúti-Vira-Charita:
Kalidása-Megha-dúta.
Vedánta-Sára of Sadananda:

Greek: Æschylus-Persø.

–Choẻphore. Homer-Iliad, Lib. I, II, III. Thucydides-Lib. III, IV, V. Aristophanes-Equites.

- Vespæ. Demosthenes-Philip. I, II. Plato-Theatetus.

-Republic.
Aristotle-Eth., Lib. IV, V, VI.

Latin.

Vergil-Georg., Lib. II.
Horace-Satires.
Plautus-Bacchides.

-Menachmi.
Juvenal—Satires, XIV, XV, XVI.
Terence-Heautontimoromnenos.

-Phormio.
Cicero-De Oratore.

Livy-Lib. I-X.
Tacitus-Annal., Lib. II.
Pliny-Epistolæ, Lib. V, VI, VII.

HISTORY,

FIRST EXAMINATION IN ARTS.

1879. The Greeks and Persians.

1880. The Early Empire of Rome (From the Assassination of

Julius Caesar to that of Domitian.)

1881.

The Punic Wars.

B. A. DEGREE EXAMINATION.

1880. The Early Plantagenets and their relation to the History

of Europe.

1881.

The Age of Louis XV.

1882. Hildebrand and His Times.

M. A. DEGREE EXAMINATION.

1880. The Roman Empire to the death of Constantine. The Age of Elizabeth.

1881. The Character and History of Greek Colonization. The Revival of Letters.

1882. The Twelve Cæsars. The Times of Charlemagne.

ETHICS.

M. A. DEGREE EXAMINATION.

1880. The Ethics of Socrates and Plato'. The Moral Sense Theory from the time of Hutcheson to

the present day.

1881. The Ethics of Aristotle. Modern Intuitionalism and Utilitarianism as affected

by the Evolution Theory.

1882. Stoicism in Ancient Greece and Rome. The Ethical writings of Hume.

THE UNIVERSITY.

SENATE.

CHANCELLOR.
His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.

VICE-CHANCELLOR.
The Honorable Mr. Justice Innes.

Members
of Council.

FELLOWS. 1. The Honorable Sir C. A. Turner, Knight, Chief

Justice.* 1879. 2. The Right Reverend F. Gell, D.D., Lord Bishop

of Madras.* 1861. 3. His Excellency Lieutenant-General Sir

Neville Bowles Chamberlain, G.C.B.,

G.C.S.I., Comniander-in-Chief.* 1876. 4. The Honorable W. Hudleston. 1859. 5. The Honorable D. F. Carmichael. 1859. 6. Colonel R. M. Macdonald, Director of Public In

struction. 1867. 7. Edmund Thompson, Esq., M.A., Principal of

the Presidency College.* 1862. 8. Surgeon-Major M. C. Furnell, M.D., F.R.C.s., Principal of the Medical College. 1872.

1857. 9. J. Townshend Fowler, Esq., F.R.G.S., F.S.A. 10. C. Ranganatha Sastri.

Ex-officio.

* Not Gazetted.

11. The Reverend G. Hall, B.A.
12. Deputy Surgeon-General W. J. van Someren, M.D.
13. Samuel Jesudasen Pillai.

1859.

14. The Right Reverend R. Caldwell, LL.D.
15. The Reverend G. U. Pope, D.D.

The Honorable W. Hudleston.
The Honorable D. F. Carmichael.

1861.

16. His Highness Ráma Varmá, First Prince of Tra

vancore.

1862.

17. Raja Sir T. Madhava Rau, K.C.S.I. 18. N. R. Pogson, Esq., F.R.A.S., C.I.E.

1863, 19. Surgeon-General George Smith, M.D.

1864. 20. W. A. Porter, Esq., M.A.

1865. 21. The Reverend W. Leeming, M.A.

The Honorable Mr. Justice Innes.

1867.

Colonel R. M. Macdonald. 22. T. Gopala Rau, B.A. 23. Surgeon-Major S. J. Wyndowe, M.D. 24. The Reverend W. Miller, M.A. 25. Surgeon-Major W. R. Cornish, F.R.C.s. 26. R. F. Chisholm, Esq., C. E., F.R.I.B.A., F.A.S.B. 27. F. S. Evans, Esq., M.A.

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