ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND. PRELIMINARY GENERAL EXAMINATION.- Midsummer, 1868. TUESDAY, June 16th.-- Afternoon, 2} to 4. ARITHMETIC. 1. The digit in the units' place of a certain number is 3; that in the hundreds' place 4; and that in the ten-thousands' place 5. It includes no thousands, nor tens. Set it down in figures, and multiply it by fifteen thousand and forty. 158061/200 wošng fu8; 2. Multiply £9. 168. 8.d. by 507; and 8 oz. 7 dr. 2 sc. 16 grs. by 29. 3. Find the G. C. M. of 189, 252, 441 and 2205. e 4. Obtain the L. C. M. of 2, 5, 33 and 1496. 2244o. 5. Thirteen poor people receive a shilling a week from a certain charity. Seven others receive five shillings a quarter; and five others thirteen shillings and four-pence a year. The sum at so.)). 4 the disposal of the charity is fifty pounds. Determine the annual amount to be otherwise distributed. 1894 " 400 6. Simplify of of , and subtract the result from the of of $4' sum of 103, 36, and 74. 4 20 7. Express 19 lbs. 5 oz. as a fraction of 3 qrs. 12 lbs. 9 oz. . 8. Reduce the fractions and not to decimals. generally, from what sort of fractions circulating decimals arise. '•/2 1 20- 9. Reduce £2. 138. 42d. to the decimal of £15. 1779861 10. A certain drug costs 1s. 4d. an oz. ; another costs 15s. 6d. the proportion of 4 grs. of the first, 16 grs. of the second, and Explain, 263157 per oz. ? ENGLAND. PRELIMINARY GENERAL EXAMINATION.-Midsummer, 1868. TUESDAY, June 16th.- Afternoon, 41 to 6. ENGLISH HISTORY. 1. Trace the relationship of Henry II. to William the Conqueror, and name the intermediate Sovereigns. 2. Give a brief sketch of the reign of Richard I., or Edward II. (taking one reign only). 3. In what reigns did the following battles take place : Agincourt, Evesham, Malplaquet, Flodden, Fontenoy? 4. In what reigns did the following celebrated men flourish :Cardinal Beaufort, Lord Keeper Guildford, Algernon Sidney, Thomas Cromwell, Sir Cloudesley Shovel, Dryden, Sir Isaac Newton, Sir William Cecil, Lord Chancellor Clarendon, the Earl of Chatham ? 5. When were the following Acts passed :-Statute of Præmunire, Petition of Right, Test and Corporation Acts, Septennial Act ? 6. Write a short account of the insurrection headed by Perkin Warbeck. 7. Assign dates to the accession of Henry II., Henry IV., Henry VII., George I. 8. What successes were achieved against the foreign enemies of England under the Protectorate of Cromwell ? 9. What was the great object of the foreign policy of William III. ? State the cause of his death, and of the death of his Consort. 10. Mention the principal events in the reign of George II. ENGLAND. PRELIMINARY GENERAL EXAMINATION.-Midsummer, 1868. WEDNESDAY, June 17th.-Morning, 10 to 12. LATIN. passuum I. Translate into English :Cum per eorum fines triduum iter fecisset, inveniebat ex captivis, Sabim flumen ab castris suis non amplius millia decem abesse : trans id flumen omnes Nervios consedisse, adventumque ibi Romanorum expectare, una cum Atrebatibus et Veromanduis, finitimis suis (nam his utrisque persuaserant uti eandem belli fortunam experirentur); expectari etiam ab his Aduatucorum copias, atque esse in itinere: mulieres quique per aetatem ad pugnam inutiles viderentur in eum locum conjecisse, quo propter paludes exercitui aditus non esset. II. Grammatical Questions. 1. Decline throughout fines, iter, utrisque, eandem, aditus. 2. Give the present, perfect, supine, and present infinitive of fecissent, inveniebant, persuaserant, viderentur, conjecisse. 3. Explain the construction of triduum, amplius millia passuum decem, and show why expectari is in the infinitive mood, and esset (aditus non esset) in the subjunctive. 4. Write out the imperative of fecisset, and also the imperfect subjunctive. 5. To what class of verbs does experirentur belong ? Explain the meaning of the name given to this class, and mention five verbs more of the same kind. 6. Give the meanings of uterque, uter, quisque, quisquam, quicunque. 7. Why does Cæsar write ab castris suis, and not ab castris ejus ? |