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The following campaigns are selected for the examinations in the years named:
The following books are recommended, and candidates will be required to answer questions set on those marked with an asterisk :1805. The military operations, and so much only of the naval operations as may be necessary to understand them, from August 23 to December 2 inclusive.
*Correspondance de Napoléon Ir, Vol. XI, nos. 9,116 to 9,541 inclusive. *Dumolin, Précis d'histoire militaire: Campagne de 1805.
Précis de la Campagne de 1805 en Allemagne et en Italie, Bruxelles, 1886.
*Von der Goltz, Das Volk in Waffen (translated by P. A. Ashworth,
The Nation in Arms).
Krauss, Der Feldzug von Ulm (Vienna, 1912).
1866. The Campaign in Bohemia.
*Moltke, Militärische Korrespondenz 1866, or the French translation.
Lettow-Vorbeck, Geschichte des Krieges von 1866 in Deutschland.
The above works only so far as they relate to the Campaign in Bohemia.
*Foch, Des principes de la guerre.
*Von der Goltz, Das Volk in Waffen (translated by P. A. Ashworth, The Nation in Arms).
EXTRA SPECIAL SUBJECTS.
A Candidate may, if he pleases, offer in addition to the abovementioned Stated Subjects of examination a subject connected with the History of Literature or Art. Under this head Candidates may offer any one of the following:
1. The Elizabethan Period of Literature, the Historical Plays of Shakespeare to be studied minutely.
2. The Age of Lewis the Fourteenth, the Plays of Molière to be studied minutely.
3. Medieval Latin Palæography and Diplomatic, to be studied with special reference to manuscripts of English origin.
Every Candidate who proposes to offer one of the above-mentioned subjects must send notice to the Assistant Registrar, stating which subject he has selected, not later than the Saturday of the eighth week of the Michaelmas Full Term preceding the Examination.
Candidates desiring to offer any other period or subject of a like character must obtain the approval of the Board. Applications for such approval must be made to the Assistant Registrar not later than the Wednesday of the second week of the Michaelmas Full Term preceding the Examination, and must be accompanied by six copies of a statement of the treatises or documents proposed for special study.
In 1916 only :—
Candidates will be examined in the following books:
Maine: Ancient Law.
Aristotle's Politics, subject-matter.
In 1917 and afterwards :
Candidates will be examined in the following books:
Aristotle Politics (the subject-matter
in relation to political theory). Hobbes: Leviathan, cc. xiii-xxx.
Maine Ancient Law, cc. i-v.
Questions will also be set in the Examination which will give Candidates an opportunity for showing knowledge of the works of other representative writers.
POLITICAL ECONOMY WITH ECONOMIC HISTORY.
Candidates will be examined in the Economic History of England, and will be expected to show such a knowledge of Economic Theory as is needful for the proper study of that History. Candidates will not be examined in any particular book, but for Economic Theory they are recommended to read such a book as either Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations, or J. S. Mill, Principles of Political Economy, or Gide, Principles of Political Economy.
§ 9. Of the Honour School of Theology.
1. The subjects of examination in the Honour School of Theology shall be:
(1) The Holy Scriptures.
(2) Dogmatic and Symbolic Theology.
(3) Ecclesiastical History and the Fathers.
(4) The Philosophy of Religion.
(6) Sacred Criticism, and the Archæology of the Old and New Testaments.
(7) The Hebrew of the Old Testament.
2. Candidates shall offer the Holy Scriptures, together with so many of the remaining subjects enumerated above as shall be required by the Regulations of the Board of the Faculty of Theology.
3. The Books of the New Testament shall be studied in the Greek Text. Candidates shall also be permitted to offer portions of the Septuagint. The History of the Church and the Liturgies shall be studied with reference to original authorities.
4. No Candidate shall be admitted to examination in this School unless he has passed the First Public Examination, or is qualified for admission under the provisions of Statt. Tit. VI. Sect. I. cl. 6, or is an Affiliated, Indian, Colonial, or Foreign Senior Student, or has obtained Honours in some other Final Honour School.
5. The Board of the Faculty of Theology shall from time to time make regulations respecting the Examination, and shall have power
(1) To prescribe which of the subjects enumerated above or of the departments of these subjects shall be necessary for the attainment of a place in the First or Second Class.
(2) To prescribe books in any of the subjects to be studied with minute attention.
(3) To permit Candidates to offer as special subjects particular departments of the subjects named above, or other subjects or departments of subjects which they may deem suitable to be studied in connexion with Theology, and to suggest such special subjects, prescribing, if they think fit, particular authorities.
6. Every Candidate offering a special subject suggested by the Board of the Faculty of Theology shall be required to give notice of his intention to the Assistant Registrar, and to specify the subject, not later than the Saturday of the eighth week of the Michaelmas Full Term preceding the Examination. 7. A Candidate proposing to offer any special subject not suggested by the Board of the Faculty of Theology, must submit it to the approval of the Board at such time, not being later than the Wednesday of the second week of the Michaelmas Full Term preceding the Examination, as the Board shall prescribe.
8. The Examiners in this School shall be members of Convocation, in Priest's Orders.
(ii) Regulations of the Board of the Faculty. For the purposes of the Examination, the subjects are arranged as follows:
A. ORDINARY SUBJECTS.
I. The Holy Scriptures.
II. Dogmatic and Symbolic Theology.
III. Ecclesiastical History and the Fathers.
IV. The Hebrew of the Old Testament.
V. The Philosophy of Religion.
Of these all Candidates will be required to offer I, together with either II or III. All Candidates who offer more than two of these five subjects will be required to offer Subject II.
VII. Sacred Criticism and the Archæology of the Old and
VIII. English Ecclesiastical History to A. D. 1820, together with a prescribed special period to be read with original authorities.
These Subjects may only be offered by Candidates who offer three out of the first five Subjects. No Candidate may offer more than one of the alternatives hereinafter prescribed under each of the Subjects VI, VII.
B. SPECIAL SUBJECTS.
Any Candidate who offers three of the first five Ordinary Subjects may offer, in addition to or instead of any of the other Ordinary Subjects, a Special Subject previously approved by the Board.
It is not necessary for the attainment of the highest Honours that any Special Subject should be offered; but in the assignment of Honours great weight will be attached to excellence in a Special Subject.
All applications to the Board concerning Special Subjects must be sent to the Assistant Registrar on or before the Wednesday of the second week of the Michaelmas Full Term preceding the Examination (see p. 127).
The subjects of the Examination will be as follows:
A. ORDINARY SUBJECTS.
I. THE HOLY SCRIPTURES1.
1. The History, Religion, and Literature of Israel from Moses to our Lord.
(a) The following parts of the Old Testament should be studied for the purpose of this subject:
(a) Genesis-2 Kings: Ezra, Nehemiah: 1 Maccabees.
(7) Job, Psalms ii, viii, xvi, xviii, xxii, xlv, xlix, li, lxviii, lxxiii,
(6) A special acquaintance with the following texts will also be required :
The Book of Isaiah.
A short Historical Book or selection of Historical Books. For 1916 and 1917 :-the Second Book of Kings.
In the paper on the Special Books Candidates will be given an opportunity of showing knowledge of the Hebrew Text.
2. The History, Theology, and Literature of the New Testament. In particular Candidates will be expected to show an acquaintance with
(a) The life and teaching of our Lord, with the text of the four Gospels.
(b) The Apostolic Age, with a
selection of not more than six books or parts of books, of which at least three shall be Epistles of St. Paul.
For 1916 and 1917:-Acts, Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians,
(c) One book (or part of a book) or selection of books (or parts
For 1916 and 1917:-The Epistles of St. John.
The Version of the Old Testament used will be the Revised Version with the notes and variants in the margin. The prescribed books of the New Testament are to be studied in the Greek Text. The Text used will be the Oxford Text, with the Revisers' Readings (1881).