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FOR THE M.A. EXAMINATION.
1871. The History of Western Europe from the capture of Rome by Alaric to the close of the Carlovingian dynasty.
1872 The History of Western Europe from the advent of the Cape
tian dynasty in France to the close of the reign of Henry III. of England.
1873. The History of Western Europe from the accession of Edward I. to 1519.
1874. From the accession of Charles V. of Germany to the Peace of Westphalia.
1875. From the Peace of Westphalia to the Meeting of the States
General at Versaiiles, 1789.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED IN LAW.
1.- FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS.
1. The Institutes of Justinian ; with Introduction and Notes
by Sandars; omitting Bk. III., tit. I.—XII. 2. Broom's Commentaries on the Common Law. Bk. I.
Chaps. 1–3; and Bks. II., III. 3. Joshua Williams on Personal Property. 4. Smith's Lectures on Contracts. 5. Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence. 6. The Indian Penal Code. 7. The Code of Civil Procedure. 8. The Code of Criminal Procedure. 9. Sir T. Strange's Hindu Law. 10. Macnaghten's Mabomadan Law, 11. William on Real Property Law. 12. Addison on Contracts. 13. Addison on Torts. 14. Smith on Mercantile Law. 15. Best on Evidence.
II.-ADDITIONAL FOR HONOURS.
1. Austin's Lectures in Jurisprudence, Vol. I. Outline of
Course of Lectures. 2. Bowyer's Commentaries on the Modern Civil Law. 3. Maine's Ancient Law. 4. Story's Conflict of Laws. 5. Wheaton's International Law. 6. Story's Equity Jurisprudence. 7. Lindley's Introduction to the Study of Jurisprudence,
being a Translation of the General Part of Thibaut's
System de Pandekten Rechts. 8. Von Savigney's Treatise on Possession, translated by
Perry. Latest Edition. 9. Domat's Civil Law, translated by Strahan, edited by
Cushing. Latest Edition.
1. Academic Costume will be worn at Convocations for conferring Degrees.
2. Such of the Fellows of the University of Bombay as are Graduates of other Universities, or as are entitled to wear official* costume or uniform, may appear in the academic dress of their own Universities or in such costume or uniform, wearing in addition the Fellow's Scarf of the University of Bombay.
3. Other Fellows will wear the Fellow's Gown and Scarf of the University of Bombay. The head-dress of the European Fellows is a College Cap.
Gowns and Scarfs of the University will be given for use on the Degree Days to Fellows entitled to receive them, according to the order in which their names occur in the list of subscriptions for the use of Costume.
5. Messrs. Watson & Co., Robe-makers to the University, will provide the Academic Costume of any University which Fellows of the University of Bombay are entitled to wear.
6. A Candidate for a Degree may have the use of a Gown and Hood for one occasion on payment of Rs. 10.
7. A Fellow may have the use of a Gown or Scarf (if available) for one occasion on payment of Rs. 5.
8. A Graduate may have the use of a Gown and Hood for one occasion on payment of Rs. 5.
ex. gr. Judges, Bishops, Barristers, Military and Naval Officers, &c.
irademir Costume to be worn by the Senate and Graduates
of the l'niversity of Bombay.
Gown.-Black Damask silk with gold lace and tufts
similar to the Chancellor of Oxford.
REGISTRAR. Gown. The same, but with black silk lace and tufts. Cap.—Black cloth Academic Cap with black silk tassel.
Gown.-Black silk or stuff, shape as Oxford B.A. Hood.-Black stuff, bound with garter blue silk, one
GOWN.-Black silk or stuff, as Oxford M.A.
Gown.-Black silk or stuff, as M.A.
inches wide, shape as Cambridge M.A.
Gown.-Black silk or stuff, as B.A.
Gown.-Undress, Black silk or stuff, as M.A.
Full dress, Crimson silk, garter blue facings,
shape as M.A. Hood.—Crimson silk, lined garter blue.
Gown.-Black silk or stuff, shape as B.A.
Gown.-Black silk or stuff, as M.A.
CAP.-For all European Fellows or Graduates
Black cloth Academic cap with black silk