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University College.
Private tuition.
University College.
Wesley College, Sheffield.

King's College. University College. University College. Queen's College, Birm*.

Martineau, Russell .....
Bidlake, John Purdue
Fox, Wilson
Wild, James Anstey...

1849. *Dicey, Edward James Stephen Heath, Richard Child Janson, John William. Franks, Henry James

1850, *Farrar, Frederic William ( Bleeck, Arthur Henry Pratten, Benjamin Plummer Wills, Arthur Winkler

Boulnois, Charles ......
i Marten, Charles Henry
Smith, Alfred
Smith, Lumley...
Heath, Richard Ford

Equal.

King's College.
University College.
Baptist College, Bristol.
Edgbaston Pr. Gram. Sch.
King's College.
University College.
Wesl"Coll. Inst., Taunton.
University College.
Huddersfield College.

Equal.

1851. *Temple, Joseph Abbott

Johnston, Thomas
Waugh, George.....
Whitehead, James Thomely
Cheetham, John Frederic.....
Earle, John
Thorowgood, John Charles
Cotton, William Savery
Howell, Edward Tucker
Hull, Henry Charles

King's College.
Private tuition.
Gram. Sch., Leatherhead.
Manchester New College.
Private tuition.
Stepney College.
University College.
King's College.
King's College.
University College.

Equal.

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1852.

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EXAMINATION PAPERS.

1851.

BACHELOR OF LAWS.

Pass Examination.

Examiner, Nassau W. Senior, Esq., M.A.

MONDAY, June 23.

STEPHEN'S BLACKSTONE.

Morning, 10 to 1. 1. What interest does a husband take at law in his wife's fee-simple property ?

2. What interest does he take at law in his wife's moveables ?

3. What are the general legal principles on which the difference of the law in these respects depends ?

4. State the five cases in which the Statute of Frauds renders a verbal promise insufficient to ground an action on.

5. Is a contract made by an infant for the purchase of shares in a joint-stock company void or voidable ?

6. Is such a contract by a married woman void or voidable ?

7. Are crops growing on demised lands liable to distress ?

8. Give a general description of the fixtures which are not inseparably annexed to the inheritance.

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