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1875. 1. JOHNSON-Lives of Swift and Pope. 2. SIR W. Scott-Ivanhoe. 3. Milton-Paradise Lost, Books IX. and X. 4. THOMSON'S Seasons, Autumn and Winter. FOR THE B.A. EXAMINATION.

1871. 1. Bacon-Essays. 2. Addison—Papers in the “Spectator,” 1–99. 3. SHAKESPEARE-Antony and Cleopatra. 4. WORDSWORTH-The Prelude.

1872. 1. Bacon—The Advancement of Learning. 2. BURKE-Reflections on the French Revolution. 3. SHAKESPEARE-Othello. 4. SPENSER—The Faerie Queene, Book I.

1873. 1. Bacon-Essays. 2. Addison-Papers in the “Spectator,” 101-219. 3. SHAKESPEARE-King Lear. 4. WordsWORTH—The Prelude.

1874. 1. Bacon—The Advancement of Learning. 2. HOOKER-Ecclesiastical Polity, Book I. 3. SHAKESPEARE- Macbeth. 4. SPENSER—The Faerie Queene, Book II.

1875. 1. Bacon-Essays. 2. ADDISON—Papers in the “Spectator,” 221—291. 3. SHAKESPEARE—Hamlet. 4. SPENSER- The Faerie Queene, Book III. FOR THE M.A. EXAMINATION,

1871. 1. BURKE-Speeches. 2. LOCKE-On Toleration.

3. CHAUCER.-Selection from the Canterbury Tales. The

Prologue. The Knighte's Tale. Prologues and Tales
of the Man of Lawe. The Clerke. The Squier. The
Frankelein. The Second Nonne. The Chanones
Yemanne. The Doctoure. The Pardonere. Prioresse.
Sir Thopas. Melibeus. The Monk. The Nonnes,

Preeste, and the Persone. 4. SHAKESPEARE-Henry IV., Parts I. and II., and Henry V.

1872. 1. Milton-Areopagitica. 2. COLERIDGE–The Friend. 3. Chaucer-Selections from the Canterbury Tales. (Same

as for 1871.) 4. SHAKESPEARE-King John, Richard II., and Richard III.

1873. 1. Addison-Papers in the “ Spectator.” 2. Locke-On Toleration. 3. CHAUCER-Selections from the Canterbury Tales. (Same

as for 1871.) 4. SHAKESPEARE-Julius Cæsar, Coriolanus, and Troilus and Cressida.

1874. 1. Byrke-Speeches. 2. Milton-Areopagitica. 3. CHAUCER-Selections from the Canterbury Tales. (Same

as for 1871.) 4. SHAKESPEARE-Winter's Tale. Twelfth Night. As you like it. Midsummer Night's Dream.

1875. 1. Addison-Papers in the “Spectator." 2. BURKE-On the French Revolution, and Letters on a

Regicide Peace. 3. CHAUCER-Selections from the Canterbury Tales. (Same

as for 1871.) 4. SHAKESPEARE- Merchant of Venice. Taming of the

Shrew. Measure for Measure. Much Ado about
Nothing.

II.-SANSKRIT.
N.B.-The Prakrit passages will not be examined in.
FOR THE FIRST EXAMINATION IN ARTS.

1871. I. KALIDASA-Shakuntala (especially the prose), Acts I.

IV. 2. KALIDASA--Raghuvansha, Cantos II.-V. 3. Ramayana, Ayodhyakanda, pp. 1–43, Gorresio. 4. Panchatantra, I.

1872. 1. KalidasA-Shakuntala (especially the prose), Acts V.

VII. 2. KALIDASA-Raghuvansha, Cantos VI.-XIII. 3. Ramayana, Ayodhyakanda, pp. 44–85, Gorresio. 4. Panchatantra, II. and III.

1873. 1. KALIDASA— Vikramorvashi, 2. Ramayana, Ayodhyakanda, pp. 86—163. 3. BHARTRIHARI-Nitishataka. 4. Panchatantra, IV. and V.

1874. 1. Malavikagnimitra. 2. KALIDASA-Kumara Sambhava, Cantos 1.-VI. 3. Hitopadesha, I. and II. 4. Ramayana, Ayodhyakanda, pp. 164–207, Gorresio.

1875. 1. Nagananda. 2. BHARTRIHARI–Vairagyashataka. 3. Hitopadesha, III. and IV. 4. Ramayana, Ayodhyakanda, pp. 208–249, Gorresio.

FOR THE B. A. EXAMINATION.

1871. 1. Mudrarakshasa, especially the poetry: 2. MALLINATHA-Kiratarjuniya, I.-III. 3. Dandi-Dashakumaracharitra, First half. 4. Tarkasangraha.

1872. 1. Cttararamacharitra, especially the poetry. 2. Kiratarjuniya, IV.–VIII. 3. DAXDI - Dashakumaracharitra, Second half. 4. Tarkasangraha.

1873. 1. Viracharitra, especially the poetry. 2. HARSHA - Naishadhiya I.-III. 3. Kadambari, First half of the Purvabhága. 4 Tarkasangraha.

1874. 1. BHAVABHUTI-Malatimadhava and Meghaduta, especially

the poetry: 2. Shishupalvadha, J.-V. 3.

BANA BHATTA.-Kadambari, Second half of the Purva

bhága. 4. Tarkasangraha.

1875. 1. Ratnavali, especially the poetry. 2. Shishupalavadha, VI.-X. 3. Vasavadatta. 4. Tarkasangraha.

FOR THE M.A. EXAMINATION.

1871, 1873, 1875. I. a. Rigveda, Mandala I. Hymns 1, 6, 19, 32, 37, 38, 39, 50,

64, 85, 86, 87, 88, 91,

112, 113, 115, 165, 166. II.

12, 23, 38. III.

30, 33,
IV.

26, 27.
V.
VI.

51.
VII.

18, 33, 89, 101. VIII.

3, 25, 29, 42, 56. X.

10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 39, 85,

90, 108, 121, 127, 129,

146. b. Yasha's Nirukta, 1.-VII.

83.

c.

viz. a.

II. Either

Nyayashastra:-
viz. a. Tarkasangraha with Dipika.
b. Muktavali.

Gautamasutra with Vatsyayana's Bháshya.
Or Dharmashastra:-

Mitakshara.
6. Vyavahara Mayukha.
c. Viramitrodya, Vyavaharakanda.

1872, 1874. I. a. Rigveda, Mandala and Hymns, same as for 1871, 73,

and 75. b. Yaska's Nirukta, I.–VII. II. Either

Vyakarnashastra :-
viz. a. Siddhanta Kaumudi and Patanjali's Angádbikára

of the Mahábháshya.
b. Paribhashendushekhara.
Or Vedantashastra :-
viz, a. Vedantasara.

b. Vedantaparibhasha.
c. Sharirabhashya.

III.-GREEK. FOR THE FIRST EXAMINATION IN ARTS. 1. XENOPHON- Anabasis, I. 2. XENOPHON—Memorabilia, I. 3. HOMER-Iliad, I. 4. EURIPIDES-Hecuba.

FOR THE B. A. EXAMINATION. 1. HERODOTUS-I., II. 2. Demosthenes-De Corona. 3. ARISTOPHANES-Ranæ. 4. SOPHOCLES-Edipus Tyrannus.

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