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The Student's Guide to the University of Cam

bridge. Fcap. 8vo. 58. 6d.
Contents : INTRODUCTION, by J. R. SEELEY, M.A.—ON UNIVERSITY

EXPENSES, by the Rev. H. LATHAM, M.A.-ON THE CHOICE OF
A COLLEGE, by J. R. SEELEY, M.A.-ON THE COURSE OF READING
FOR THE CLASSICAL TRIPOs, by the Rev. R. BURN, M.A.-ON THE
COURSE OF READING FOR THE MATHEMATICAL TRIPOs, by the Rev.
W. M. CAMPION, B.D. -ON THE COURSE OF READING FOR THE
MORAL SCIENCES TRIPOs, by the Rev. J. B. Mayor, M.A.-ON
THE COURSE OF READING FOR THE NATURAL SCIENCES TRIPOS,
by Professor LIVEING, M.A.—On Law STUDIES AND Law DEGREES,
by Professor J. T. ABDY, LL.D.- MEDICAL STUDY AND DEGREES,
by G. M. HUMPHRY, M.D.-ON THEOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS,
by Professor E. HAROLD BROWNE, B.D.-EXAMINATIONS FOR THE
CIVIL SERVICE OF INDIA, by the Rev. H. LATHAM, M.A.- LOCAL
EXAMINATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY, by H. J. Roby, M.A.-
DIPLOMATIC SERVICE.—DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE SEVERAL
COLLEGES.

“Partly with the view of assisting parents, guardians, schoolmasters, and

students intending to enter their names at the University-partly also for the benefit of undergraduates themselves—a very complete, though concise, volume has just been issued, which leaves little or nothing to be desired. For lucid arrangement, and a rigid adherence to what is positively useful, we know of few manuals that could compete with this Student's Guide. It reflects no little credit on the University to which it supplies an unpretending, but complete, introduction.”-SATURDAY REVIEW.

Athenae Cantabrigienses. By C. H. COOPER, F.S.A.

and THOMPSON COOPER, F.S.A.

This work, in illustration of the biography of notable and eminent men who

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Volume II. 1586–1609. 188.

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