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1. Translate and explain ένδυμα • αιρειν αμαρτίαν
συκοφαντείν–ό κόλπος του Αβραάμ-κεράτια-γλωσσόκο. μον-εξεμυκτήριζον-αποσυναγώγους-τίτλον-τά βαΐανίψαι πλοιάριον – γαμίσκονται του πίνακος
παραλίου. 2. “It is S. John's way to supply what his brethren omit,
and that especially in matters of doctrine; and in like manner to omit what they record.” Examine this statement fully, as to its truth or otherwise, adding illustrations. State what you know of the origin of the Gospels, and of their relations to each
other. 3. Mention any important apparent discrepancies in
S. Luke's and S. John's narratives. 4. Distinguish Gospel - Epistle - General Epistle
– Version-Manuscript-Bible. 5. What appears to be the best founded interpretation
of these passages :
(a) “ Make to yourselves friends of the mammon of unrighteousness.”
(6) “Was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom."
(c) “Between us and you there is a great gulf fixed.”
(d) “Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit.”
(e) “I am the bread of life”—“the bread that I will give is my flesh."
(1) “ The Holy Ghost was not yet given.”
(h) “ In Paradise.”. (*) “He will reprove the world of sin." 6. Some account of Herod, Tetrarch of Galilee-Annas
— Caiaphas – Nicodemus — Mary Magdalene – Didymus.
IV. LATIN AND GREEK GRAMMAR. 1. Decline Mars, mare, mas, bos, sus, "Apns, åpà, yéws,
yuvń, yovu, and give the Latin and Greek forms of Patronymics.
2. What are the genitives and genders of humus, crux,
glis, Anas, πληθυς, κέλευθος, Ζεύς, ούς. 'Ήως, άλς, γάλα,
ελπίς ? 3. Compare frugi, pius, beneficus, diu, prope, copós,
ταχύς, ήδύς, ευτυχής, ράδιος. 4. Distinguish ceu and seu, lege and lege, mapà and mápa,
, . 1, 1, 1. 5. Give the future indicative of possum and rego ; the
imperfect subjunctive of reddo and redeo ; the future
no, ēdo and ědo. 6. What are the future aorists and perfect of kalá,
λαγχάνω, λαμβάνω, λανθάνω. πείθω, ελαύνω, ώθέω, πάσχω ! Give the first person singular of a first aorist in
all voices and moods. 7. Parse meâssem, amarer, amarier, olola, lobi, dós, and
explain the construction of amatum iri. 8. Give the chief forms of a .conditional sentence in
Latin and Greek, and distinguish their shades of
meaning. 9. State what you know of augments and accents. 10. Give instances of the Ethic Dative, the Locative
Accusative, the Partitive Genitive, and the Ablative
He is not so foolish as to do so.
ANCIENT HISTORY. 1. Under what main divisions may a nation's history
be studied ? Illustrate from the history of the reign
of Tiberius. 2. Define with exactness the nature and mode of
government of what is commonly called the Roman Empire.
3. How do you account for both the name and the
existence of an Empire and of an Emperor of Rome ?
What was Tiberius' right to the throne ? 4. Give a detailed account of two at least of the most
important military campaigns of this reign. 5. Estimate the characters of Tiberius–Germanicus
Sejanus—Agrippina—Julia Augusta. 6. Give some account of Blæsus.-L. Arruntius-Cæcina
Segestes— Vibius Serenus. 7. Give some account of the Rhine, noting the position
of the chief towns and of the leading tribes on or near its banks. What were Fossa Drusiana-Flevo Lacus-Insula Batavorum-Saltus Teutoburgiensis ?
Where dwelt the Cherusci— Treveri—Ubii—Chatti ? 8. Explain definitely-Majestas–Crimen Majestatis
delatio -fas patriæ —lucaris exauctorari-nocte
VI. ENGLISH HISTORY, 1066—1189. 1. What were the relationships between William I. and
the four succeeding kings ? 2. Describe the occasion which led to the devastation of
Yorkshire by William I. In what year was this ? 3. Who were Lanfranc, Anselm, and Strongbow? 4. Describe Henry I.'s organisation for the administra
tion of Justice. What was the origin of the name
“Barons of the Exchequer"? 5. What were the grounds on which Stephen and
Matilda respectively claimed the throne after the
death of Henry I. ? 6. What are meant by “ Frankpledge” and “Scutage” ?
By whom was the latter introduced ? 7. What was the state of things which led to the enact
ment of the “Constitutions of Clarendon"? Mention the purport of some of the clauses. Was Becket's
opposition at all successful ? 8. Describe the extent of Henry II.'s dominions.
9. What were the immediate causes and effects of the
insurrection of 1174 ? 10. Give the names of the Emperor and of the kings of
France and of Scotland at the end of Henry II.'s
reign. 11. Mention some of the principal buildings of this
period. 12. How did Henry I. secure his possession of the throne ? Give the terms of his charter.
SCRIPTURE HISTORY. 1. Give the occasions and purport of God's several com
munications to Abraham. Shew that the patriarch
was a recipient of the Gospel. 2. Name the five cities of the plain and their fate, and
the kings who formed a league against them. 3. Shew the difference between God's command to
Israel concerning the Canaanites and the Moabites,
and account for it. 4. Give in order the prophecies of the Pentateuch con
cerning Messiah. 5. Instance and illustrate the significance of Scripture
6. Analyze the contents of the book of Leviticus. What
is the central idea of sacrifice ? and the special lesson
of each kind of offering? 7. Describe the tabernacle and the contents of its court
and partitions. Who had charge of the several
parts of its furniture ? 8. Sketch the circumstances and show the significance
1. The confusion of Babel. 2. The appearance of the rainbow. 3. The discovery of the ram caught in the thicket. 4. The budding of Aaron's rod. 5. The
smiting of the Rock. 6. The giving of the Manna. 9. What particulars are recorded concerning the tribes
of Reuben and Levi, and also concerning Reuben and Levi themselves ?
10. What two reasons are assigned for the observance of
the Sabbath? Give traces of its observance prior to the law.
11. Describe fully the double rebellion of Korah, Dathan,
and Abiram. What shadow of justification could
each party allege ? 12. Illustrate from his life the character of Jacob.
1. Multiply 268439 by 376, and divide 5491836 by
333. 2. Add together the fractions, , and ; and
subtract .8468653 from 1.234. 3. Find the greatest common measure of 1087541 and
111111. 4. Find to four places of decimals the excess of
♡ 2 overs, and of į over 3. 5. If 5 men can reap a square field of corn 100 yards
wide in half a day, how long will 3 men take to
reap an oblong field 125 yards by 96 yards? 6. Find the value of 162 tons 16 cwt. 3 qrs. 6lbs. of
copper at £68 14s a ton. 7. A man buys £88375 worth of stock at 1261; find
the rate of interest in order that it may give him an
income of £4,000 a year. 8. Find the square root of 15241383936. 9. Rain is falling uniformly at the rate of half an inch
per hour; if each drop approaches the ground with à velocity of 20 feet per second, find how many drops there are on the average in each cubic foot of air near the ground; the volume of each drop being a
cubic tenth of an inch. 10. Divide .08991 by 2.43, and 4.139 by .023.