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XII.

Notifications:

LIST OF BOOKS AND PERIODS OF HISTORY PRESCRIBED AND RECOMMENDED FOR THE VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS.

FOR THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FINAL

EXAMINATION.

Optional English.

1902 1 LONGFELLOW-Evangeline. 2. MARRYAT-Children of the New Forest.

1903.

1. CowPER-Task, Book IV.
2. MARRYAT-Masterman Ready.

1904.

1 GOLDSMITH — Traveller and Deserted Village. 2. C. M. YONGE-Little Duke.

Optional Gujarati.

1902. 1. Karana Ghelo. by Rao Bahadur Nandshankar Tuljashankar. 2. Abhignan Shakuntala, by Rao Saheb Dalpatram Pranjivan Khaklar..

1903.

1. Kadambari, by Chhaganlal Harilal Pandya, B.A. 2. Uttar Ramcharitra, by Raq Saheb Manilal Nabhubhai Dvivedi, B.A.

1904. 1. Chandra Kánt, by Ich haram Suryaram Desai, Esq. 2. Prachin Kavya Mala (published at Baroda under the patronage

of the Government of His Highness the Gaikwar), Granth I., Draupadiharan, edited by Hargovandas Dwarkadas Kantavala, Esq., and Nathashankar Punjashankar Shastri, Esq., Edition of 1890.

Optional Marathi.

1902. 1. KHARE-Life of Nana Phadnavis. 2. DikshIT-Jyotirvilâsa. 3. Ramdas-Dasabodha (Das’akâs 10 to 14). 4. RAGHUNATI PANDIT- Nalopâ khyâna, 5. V. D. OKA-Kâvya-Mâdhurya.

1903.

1. CHIPLUNKAR -Life of Socrates.
2. GADGIL-Samsâra-Sukha.
3. Navanita (latest edition, 1895):-

MUKTESHVAR.
SHRIDHAR.

VAMAN PANDIT. 4. MOROPANT-Kekâvali. 5. Lieut.-COLONEL K. R. KIBTIKAR, I.M.S.-Indira (2nd Edition, revised and corrected).

1904.

1. V. P. RANADE—Life of Washington.
2. Natu-Life of Mahâdaji Sindia.
3. Navanita (latest edition, 1895):-

MUKTESHVAR.
SHRIDHAR.

VAMAN PANDIT.
4. RAMDAS-Dâsabodha (Dasakás 2 to 5) and Manâche Sloka.

Optional Kanarese.

1902. 1. Jaimini-Cantos 26, 27, 28. 2. Mrichha katika, by G. V. Krishnacharyar,

1903 1. Jaimini-Cantos 29, 30, 31. 2. Shri Krishnaraja Vanivilasa Shanti Parva, Raja Dharma, Chapter3

89—132.

1904. 1. Jaimini-Cantos 32, 33, 34. 2. Mrichhakatika, by G. V. Krishnacharyar.

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Optional Hindustani.

1902 to 1904. 1. Ikhván-us -Safá (Prose). 2. Madd-u-Jazri Islam of Hali (Poetry).

Optional Sindhi.

1902 and 1904. 1. Shahjo-Rasalo-Surs Kalian and Sorath. 2. Mumal Rano (Mirza Kalichbeg's Edition). 3. Phillips' History of England (translated by Mr. Bulchand Kodumal). 4. Rasselas (translated by Messrs. Udharam and Navalrai).

1903. 1. Samija Siloka, Part I. 2. Hira Ranjho, by Haidarshah. 3. Hunter's History of India. 4. Rasselas (translated by Messrs. Udharam and Navalrai).

Optional Arabic

1902. 1. NUKHAB-UL-MULAA—Vol. III (Beyrout Edition), pp. 1–69. 2. DIWANÊ ALI (Bombay Edition)–From poems ending in Bā to poems

ending in Kāf.

1903. 1. NUKHAB-UL-MULAH-Vol. III (Beyrout Edition), pp. 70—120. 2. DIWANÊ ALI (Bombay Edition)—From poema ending in Lám, to the

end.

1904. 1. NUKHAB-UL-MULA-Vol. III (Beyrout Edition), pp. 1-69. 2. DIWANÊ ALI (Bombay Edition) — Up to the poems ending in Zái.

Optional Persian.

1902. 1. GULESTAN—Chapter II. 2. AKHLAK-E-MUHSINI— Pages 206 to 270. 3. BUSTAN-Couplets 1,601 to 2,000.

1903. 1. GULESTAN-Chapter 2. AKHLAK-B-MUHSINI - Chapters I to XV inclusive. 3. BUSTAN-Couplets 1 to 400 (beginning with the lst Chapter).

1904. 1. GULESTAN-Chapter II. 2. AKHLAK-E-Muhsini-Chapters XVI to XXVII inclusive. 3. Bustan-Couplets 401 to 800 (beginning with the 1st Chapter).

Optional Portuguese.

1902 to 1904.
Garcia da Orta e 0 Sen Tempo.-Pelo Conde de Ficalho.
Vida de Dom João de Castro.- Por Jacinto Freire de Andrade.
Camoes, Estudo Historico Poetico.-Por Visconde de Castilho.

Optional French

1902 to 1904. 1. Short Stories from Modern French Authors, edited by Jules Baé

(Hachette & Co.). 2. Lafontaine's Fables, Books I–VI.

Optional German.

1902 to 1904 1. Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm. 2. Schiller's Wilhelm Tell.

History.

1. England

1902 to 1904.
Miss Arabella Buckley's History of England.
Gardiner's Historical Biographies.
Sir W. Hunter's Brief History of the Indian Peoples.

Sir W. Hunter's England's Work in India.
School History of India by M. Macmillan.

2. India

Geography,

1902 to 1904. 1. C. B. Clarke's Class Book of Geography. 2. Blandford's Geography of India, Burma and Ceylon.

1.- ENGLISH.

FOR THE PREVIOUS EXAMINATION.

1902. 1. SIR WALTER SCOTT- Marmion. 2. Macaulay's Lives of Johnson and Goldsmith (as in the Collected Works

and Essay on Addison,

1903. 1. Pope's Homer's Iliad-Books 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17. 2. SIR WALTER SCOTT-Ivanhoe.

1904. 1. Sir WALTER SCOTT-Lady of the Lake. 2. Irving's Bracebridge Hall-—To end of the Historian.”

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FOR THE INTERMEDIATE ARTS AND SCIENCE

EXAMINATIONS.

1902. 1. English Essays (Warwick Library, Blackie and Son). 2. Milton-Paradise Lost, III. 3. BYRON-Childe Harold, Canto III.

1903. 1. Johnson's Lives of Milton, Pope, Swift and Dryden. 2. Milton-Paradise Lost, IV. 3. GBAY as in Bradshaw's Edition (Macmillan and Co.).

1904.

1. BURKR.–Clarendon Press, Vol. I.
2. MILTON_Comus.
3. Rowe and Webb's Tennyson Selections, Part II.

FOR THE B.A. EXAMINATION.

1902.

(1)-NECESSARY. 1. Bacon's Essays. 2. SHAKESPEARE-Henry V and As You Like It.

(2)— VOLUNTARY. 1. Modern Period (1782-1832). 2. WORDSWORTH-Excursion, Book IV. 3. PALGRAVE-Golden Treasury (First Series), Book IV.

1903.

(1)-NECESSARY. 1. Bacon's Essays. 2. SHAKESPEARE-Henry IV, Part I, and Merchant of Venice.

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(2)— VOLUNTARY. 1. Elizabethan Period (1579—1625). 2. SPENSER-Faerie Queene, Book II.

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