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Outlines of Practical Physiology ( 4th edi.

tion)Experimental Physiology.-(i) Nerve-Muscle

Preparation-Stimulation of NerveMechanical, Chemical and Thermal Stimuli, pages 219-225 and 243-251, omit. ting small print ; (ii) The Frog's HeartStanvias's Experiment, pages 360-364 and 376-377; (iii) The Laryngoscope--Vowels, page 481; (iv) Reflex Action-Action of Poisons-Knee-jerk in Man, pages 492496 ; (v) The Eye-Formation of an Image, etc., pages 509-514 ; (vi) The Oph. thalmoscope, pages 560-561; (vii) Touch, Smell Taste, Hearing, pages 565-568 and

580-581, omitting small print. Practical Histology (2nd edition)--Prepara

tion of fresh tissues from a Frog, omitting 1, 3, 4, 8 (b), 10, 13, 17, 23.

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The Tale of the Man of Lawe; The Pardo.

neres Tale; The Second Nonnes Tale; The Chanouds Yemannes Tale, &o., (making a volume, edited by Skeat. The rendon

Press Series, Small edition). Cymbeline ; Romeo and Juliet; King Lear ;

Winter's Tale.
Every Man in His Hamour.
Paradise Regained.
Essay on Man.
In Memoriam.
Apology for Poetry.
Ecclesiastical Polity, Book I (Clarendon

Press Series).
Utopia.
Sartor Resartas.
Literary Essays.
Professor at the Breakfast Table.
Esmond.

More Carlyle Hutton Holmes Thackeray

Charles Kingsley ...

Sanitary and Social Lectures and Essays

The following pieces :

The Science of Health.
The Two Breaths.
The Air Mothers.
Great Cities and their Influence for

Good and Evil.
The Massacre of the Innocents.
A Mad World, My Masters.

Permanent Subjects. Morris

Historical Outlines of English Accidence. Smith

Students' Manual of the English Language. Sweet

Anglo-Saxon Primer. Sayce

Introduction to the Science of Language. N.B.- No text-books are prescribed on the History of English Literature.

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Spenser
Shakespeare

...

Marlowe
Milton
Dryden.
Pope
Tennyson
Shelley
Sidney
Bacon
Sir Thomas Browne
Carlyle
Butler
Holmes
Thackeray
Huxley

ENGLISH, 1907.

Clarendon Press Series (small edition), Vol.

I, containing the Prologue. The Knightes
Tale, and the Nonne Prestes Tale, edited

by Skeat.
The Shepherd's Calendar, January to June.
King Lear, Winter's Tale, Merry Wives of

Windsor, Henry IV, Part II.
Faustus.
Paradise Regained.
Annus Mirabilis, Astræa Redux.
Essay on Man.
In Memoriam.
Prometheus Unbound.
Apology for Poetry.
Advancement of Learning.
Religio Medici.
Past and Present.
Analogy, Part I.
Professor at the Breakfast Table.
Esmond.
Science and Education, pages 38-261.

Permanent Subjects. Morris

Historical Outlines of English Accidence. Smith

Students' Manual of the English Language. Sweet

Anglo-Saxon Primer. Sayce

Introduction to the Science of Language. N.B.-No text-books are prescribed on the History of English Literature.

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Homer Pindar Æschylus Sophocles

GREEK, 1906 AND 1907.

Iliad, Books I-XII.
The whole.

Prometheus; Agamemnon ; Eumenides. ... Edipus Tyrannus; Ajax ; Antigone.

...

Euripides Aristophanes Herodotus Thucydides Demosthenes

Hecuba; Medea ; Ion.
Knights; Clouds ; Frogs ; Birds.
Books II and III to the end of Chap. LXVI.
Books VI, VII, VIII.
Orations against Leptines and Meidias, De.

Falsa Legatione.
Republic ; Theatetus.
Politics.

Plato
Aristotle

... ...

Permanent Subjects. Sayce

Introduction to the Science of Language. Mahaffy

History of Classical Greek Literature. Also passages from authors not prescribed beforehand to be translated into English.

LATIN, 1906 AND 1907. Virgil

Bucolios (with the exception of II); Geor

gics Æneid, Books I.VI. Horace

Odes ; Epodes ; Satires, I (with the excep.

tion of 2 and 8); Epistles, I; De Arte

Poetica. Jureual

Satires (except II, VI and IX). Persias

Satires. Lucretius

Book I, V and VI. Catalus

1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 22, 30, 31, 46, 49, 51, 63, 64,

65, 66. Plautus

Anlalaria : Trinummus. Terence

Andria ; Heauton Timoroumenos. Livy

Books XXI-XXV. Sallust

Bellum Catilinariam; Bellum Jugurthinum. Cicero

Second Philippic ; De Natura Deoram. Tacitus

Histories.

Permanent Subjects. Sayce

Introduction to the Science of Langaage. Teofiel

History of Latin Literature. Also passages from authors not prescribed beforehand to be translated into English

HEBREW, 1906 AND 1907.

Isaiah.
Jeremiah.
Ezekiel.
The Minor Prophets.
Psalms.
Proverbs.

Job.
Ecclesiastes.
Song of Solomon.
Daniel
Ezra.
Nebemiah.

Robertson Smith
Driver

Permanent Subjects.

Old Testament in the Jewish Church.
Introduction to the Literature of the Old

Testament.
Early History of Israel.
History of Israel.
Introduction to the Science of Language.

James Robertson
Wade
Bayce

66

PALI, 1906 AND 1907. Digha Nikaya, Vol. I.

Attha-Sälinē, pages 55.152. Angattara Nikaya, Vol. II.

Rhys David's Buddhist India and Thera-theri-gātha.

American Lectures. Milinda-Pañhā.

Hopkins's Religions of India," Kaccāyana's Pali Grammar.

Chapters IX-XIV. Questions will be set on the history and epigraphy of India during the Baddhist period and on the history of Buddhism and Buddhist literature.

ARABIC, 1906.

Prose.

Muquddamál-i-Ibn Khaldún
Maqamát-i-Hariri ...

Chapter VI of Book I to the end of Section

22.
15 Maqamas from the 11th.

Poetry. Hámásáh

From the beginning of Bâb-ul-marâsi to

the end of Bâb-ul-Azyafi-wal-madih. Diwan-i-mutanabbi

Pages 155 to 304 (Hooghly Edition, 1841). Sabáh-i-múallaqah

The whole. Two unseen passages sball be set at the examination, one in prose and the other in poetry. The prose passage shall form part of Paper V, and the poetry passage shall form part of Paper II. Such passages shall not exceed in difficulty the general standard of the text-books prescribed for the exam. ipation.

ARABIC, 1907.

Prose.

Muquddamál.i-Ibn Khaladún ... Chapter VI of Book I to the end of Section

22. Maqamát-i-Hariri ...

15 Maqamahs from the 11th. Tarikh-i-Yamini

The first 184 pages, ending with the Sāmā.

nid period.

Poetry. Hamesh

From the beginning of Bâb-ul-marâsi to the

end of Bab-ul Azyafi-wal-madîh. Diwan-i-mūtanabbi

Pages 155 to 304 (Hooghly Edition, 1841). Sab'h-i-mūallaqah

The whole. Two unseen passages shall be set at the examination-one in prose and the other in poetry. The prose passage shall form part of Paper V, and the poetry passage shall form part of Paper II. Such passages shall not exceed in difficulty the general standard of the text-books prescribed for the ex. amination.

PERSIAN, 1906 AND 1907.

Prose.

Shams-uddin Faqir
Saifi

Hadiaq-al-Balaghat.
Uraz.

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