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MARTERS OF SCHOOLS in Scotlandynot in connexion with ESTABLISHED CHURCH; and STUDENTS
in TRAINING INSTITUTIONS of Ekee CHURCH, at EDINBURGH and Glasgow.
Adams, J. Adam, G. Allan, C. Angus, W. Anderson, A. Baird, F. Barnett, G.. Blain, R. Blair, A. Bailey, J. Bissett, w. Boddie, A. Brown, G.
Buchan, A. Cameron, J. Cameron, J. Clarke, J.::
F. C. S.
trict F. C. S.
Davidson, A. Dewar, J. Dennison, J. Dingwall, R. Doherty, W. Dow, J. Douglas, A. Downes, J. Fraser, C. Pergusson, R. Ferguson, R. Finlayson, J. Fisher, J.
Fortune, A. Fullarton, J. Fallarton, A. Graham, G. Graham, J. Grant, J. Graham, D. Gawen, J. W..
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Gillespie, J. W.
Lyall, J. M‘Pherson, G.. M.Kay, W. M.Kenzie, c. Y'Rae, D. MI‘Callum, P. Mavor, J.
Airdrie Free West
Linlithgow F. C. S.
F. C. S.
Pearson, R. Pirie, J. Purvis, J.. Ritchie, E. Ross, A. Ross, W. Roxburgh, L. Robertson, J. Ross, Hugh Robertson, A. • Robertson, A. . Robertson, J. Runciman, J.
Cairnryan, nr. Stranraer
F. C. S.
tion Sch., Largs Dalkeith Academy Ocbiltree F.C.S. Kilmarnock, Symington
F. C. s.
dington, Hamilton Kirkpatrick Fleming
F. C. S.
Stalker, D. Stark, J. Sharpe, J. M. Stalker, D.. Smellie, T. Stewart, J. Slight, A. G. Smith, J.
Smith, A. .
ENGLAND AND WALES.
GENERAL EXAMINATION OF SCHOOLMASTERS.
N.B.-Write, at the top of the page, your Name, Age, and the time that you have been the Master of an Elementary School, the Name of your School, and of the nearest Post Town.
This Examination Paper is divided into Sections. You are not at liberty to auswer more than one question in each Section. Your knowledge and merit will be accounted greater if you answer one of the latter questions in each Section, rather than one of the earlier.
The Questions in each Examination Paper are intended to afford you an opportunity of showing the extent of your knowledge on that subject ; and if you are enabled to show a competent knowledge in a fair proportion of the subjects of Examination, the Commiltee of Council will be disposed to grant you a Certificate of Merit.
Section 1, 1. By whom, and under what circumstances, were the first and second temples at Jerusalem built and destroyed respectively? 2. Write a short account of
Cornelius, the centurion. 3. In what parable does our Lord speak of the gradual growth of his kingdom?
4. How do you account for the zeal in support of the law which distinguished the Jews in the time of our Saviour and his disciples, as contrasted with their neglect of the law in the time of the prophets ? and what differences are hence noticeable in the prophetical and Christian teaching?
Section 2. 1. What insidious questions did the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Herodians, respectively propose to our Lord, at bis last visit to Jerusalem ? Wherein were those questions characteristic of each of the foregoing sects? How did our Lord answer each of them ?
2. What directions are given in the Bible for the education of the Hebrew children ?
3. Is the title Prophet to be confined to the foretelling of future events ? Prove your answer by examples.
4. How far does the Jewish law permit, and provide against, the evils, o. slavery?
Section 3. 1. State the cireumstances of our Lord's transfiguration. What lessons would you draw from it for your older scholars ?
2. Give instances in which the principle of birthright is recognisel, or set aside, in God's providence, as revealed in Scripture; and refer to St. Paul's writings for arguments founded on this consideration.
3. Name the principal personages in the genealogy of Jesus Christ, and quote the prophecies of his birth made to each of them.
4. In what particulars did the office of judge and prophet differ from that of king and priest among the Jews ?