£ S. d. 3507 6 8 968 10 10 9416 9 8 75 12 239 2 476 13 10 2 23 4139 8 3257 8 11 3276 5 91 46 3 63 1287 14 4917 10 365 10 4 360 5 5 1379 17 23 9 9 10 10 10 10 4317 2 3 106 8 81 634325 1010034 41 784496 £ S. d. 1200 1 3 4032 12 1 9416 9 8 1067 13 8 239 2 6409 12 81 7682 19 41 6 8 7 7968 6 83 259 19 10 3276 5 91 46 3 63 1287 14 71 4917 10 8 365 10 4 360 5 5 1379 17 23 572 2 8 500 10 10 906 10 71 8132 1 61 ADDITION. £ S. d. 10 10 10 25 4 8 4376 15 101 3685 10 11 2935 8 11 487 9 7 6408 13 10 123 8 432 8136 2 6 3925 4 111 631 7 74 691 13 9 1414 12 4 5016 18 2 436 2 3 56 4 102 616 3 1189 7 2 20 6 3419324 31 8 £ S. d. 2244 1 1 276 8 3 163 9 111 2756 9 73 6904 7 3 10 10 10 4321 18 95 998 19 93 3748 2 9 1528 3 6 1397 7 12 1140 15 6 563 4 3198 10 8042 1 976 2 6549 3 7530 4 5397 6 4032 7 9123 7 7 £ 252 2 2376 0 9 163 9 11 732 17 13 6904 7 31 109 19 10 8 2 109 7 64 780 9 756 2 9318 2 S. d. 149 9726 3414 It is important that the addition should be quite correct; addiional credit will also be given for rapidity. SUBJECTS FOR ENGLISH COMPOSITION. Time allowed, 1 hour. In this Exercise attention should be paid to handwriting, spelling, punctuation, grammar, and style. I. Write a short letter to a friend, giving an account of any game II. Write a short account of the life and character of Nelson, or of One subject only to be attempted. ENGLISH GRAMMAR. Time allowed, 1 hour. 1. Give the plural of the following substantives :-sheep, city, goodness, valley, mouse, house, brother, mother, verse, universe; or, if any of them have no plural, state the reason why they have not. 2. Give (1) the past tense active, (2) the past participle, of the verbs go, flow, ride, slide, call, fall, dare, bear, sing, fling. 3. Parse fully the following sentence : "During this period the Romans occupied themselves in making 4. Conjugate the verb to see. 5. Distinguish between lie and lay; fled and flew; vale and veil; Write short sentences, in each of which one of the words given 6. Write short sentences showing the various meanings of each of the following words :-light, post, rail, check, board. 7. Analyse the following passage :— "Political courage, in an officer abroad, is as highly necessary 66 The first four questions should be answered before the others are attempted. N.B.-In all your exercises attention should be paid to spelling, handwriting, punctuation, grammar, and correctness of expression. GEOGRAPHY. Time allowed, 1 hour. 1. On the map of England and Wales mark the names of the chief bays and headlands; of the counties along the coast from Portsmouth to Liverpool, and the chief town of each; trace the course of the Severn, Tees, Trent, Ribble, Eden; and mark the position of Cardiff, Dover, Hull, Grimsby, Gloucester, Taunton, Northampton, Stockton, Oxford. 2. Sketch a map of Scotland as large as your paper will permit, and mark on it the names of the chief bays and headlands, and the position of six great towns. 3. Where are the following places? to whom do they belong, and what do you know about any of them ?-Constantinople, Bombay, Venice, Lyons, New York, Algiers, Dublin, Glasgow, Hamburgh, Seville. 4. Explain fully the meaning of latitude, longitude, equator, estuary, archipelago. 5. Where are Behring's Straits; the Dardanelles; the rivers Po, Tigris; the lakes Huron, Garda; the islands Cuba, Java; the capes Bon, Farewell? 6. Name some of the most remarkable mountains in the world, and describe their position. 1. From 7 ax 2. Multiply- 3 a 3. Divide (8) x (B) 20 x4 (3) { x y 4 x 15 x3 (a) xy by x-y (B) acx3+(ad be) x2 (ad+bc) x+ bd by axb 4. Reduce the following expressions to their simplest form(a) x2 x + 2y3 y/2 + y2x2 x + y x + 1 5 x3 9 x2 4 (4-x) = 7 8 (3 a3 ALGEBRA AND EUCLID. Time allowed, 3 hours. 3 y 2 Y 2 by am - 6 a by x + x - x−1 4x2+2) subtract a2 + x2 { x + y = 11 + 5 = 8 6. Solve the following quadratic equations(a) 3 x2 +52 +6 = 0 8 6y-x-3 7. Find the sum of 40 terms of the following series— (a) } + { + 3 + .... (8) 3 − 1 + 1 - &c. 8. What is the characteristic of a logarithm? Having given log 2 = *3010300, log,3 = 4771213, find log 24, 6 N.B.-You are recommended to answer, at first, one only of the questions marked (a) and (3) under the different numbers, and afterwards to do all that you have time for. 9. If from the ends of a side of a triangle there be drawn two straight lines to a point within the triangle, these shall be less than the other two sides of the triangle, but shall contain a greater angle. 10. If a side of any triangle be produced, the exterior angle is equal to the two interior and opposite angles; and the three interior angles of every triangle are together equal to two right angles. 11. If a straight line be divided into two equal, and also into two unequal parts; the squares of the two unequal parts are together double of the square of half the line, and of the square of the line between the points of section. 12. Describe a square that shall be equal to a given rectilineal figure. is the segment. 15. Upon a given base describe an isosceles triangle equal to a given triangle. 16. A chord PA Q cuts the diameter of a circle in A at an angle which is half a right angle; show that the squares of AP and A Q are together double of the square of the radius. |