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FRIDAY, 1511 NOVEMBƏR.

[2 P.M. TO 5 PM.)

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE. N.B.-Arrange your answer books in two separate bnndles, marking on eacb your number, Dame, and the Section to which the answers apply.

SECTION I.
1. Define Acid, Alkali, Salt. Mention two examples of each. Com- 10
plete the following equations to show wbat takes place when the substances
represented in each of the following actions are brought together :-

(1) Zn + H, SO -
(2) KNO, + H, SO,

(3) CaCO3 + 2HCl =
2 Draw & sketch of the flame of a common candle; point out its 12
Farious parts and explain what goes on in each. On what does the lumino-
sity of a flame depend ?

3. How is chlorine gas prepared ? Mention its properties and describe 12 the process by which cotton or linen cloth is usually bleached.

4. (a) State the proposition known as the parallelogram of forces, What is meant by the resultant of two forces acting at a point ?

(6) The horizontal and vertical components of a certain force are equal to the weights of 60 lbs. and 144 lbs. respectively. What is the magnitude of the force ?

5. A uniform iron rail which weighs 100 lbs. is supported by two posts 7 10 feet apart, the posts being 12 and 8 feet respectively from the ends of the rail. Find the pressures on the posts.

SECTION II. 6. In the common steel-yard the moveable weight is 3 lbs. The length 7 of the beam is 31 feet and its weight 7 lbs. The pan in which the body to be weighed is placed is at a distance of 3 inches from the point of suspension. Find the greatest weight that can be determined by means of the balance.

7. A weight rests upon an inclined plane and is supported by a power 7 acting horizontally. Draw a diagram to represent the inclined plane and the forces that keep the body in equilibrium and deduce therefrom the mechanical advantage of the machine.

& In the system of pulleys in which the same cord passes round all 7 the pulleys the weight of the upper block is 35 lbs, and that of the lower 25 lbs. The lower block is supported by eight portions of the cord. A man sits in a pan attached to the lower block and supports himself by holding down the free end of the cord. What force does he exert in doing this Aud what is the pressure sustained by the point from which the system is suspended ?

9. State fully what you know about solar eclipses, drawing, as far as 14 possible, neat figures in illustration of your statements,

10. Explain precisely how astronomical observations help us to deter. 13 mine the longitude of places on the earth's surface.

III.

PREVIOUS EXAMINATION.

EXAMINERS.

In English,

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In Sanskrit.

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In Latin,

In Arabic

In Hebrew.

...

J. NELSON FRASER, M.A.
The Rev. WILLIAM SHAPTER, S.J.
'The Rev. W. G, ROBERTSON, M. A., B.D.
C. MAYNE, B.A. ...
ANANDSHANKAR BAPUBHAI DERIVA, M, A., LL.B....
RAJARAM RAMKRISHNA BHAGVAT, Esq.
The Rev. E. USTERI, S.J.
N. G. WELINKAR, M.A., LL.B.
SHAIK FAIZULLABHAI LUKMANJI MULLA, B.A.
JOSEPH EZEKIEL, Esq.
The Rev. J. H. LORD
KAVASJI EDULJI KANGA, Esq....
SHERIARJI DADABHAI BAARUCHA, Esq.
JEHANGIR E. DAVER, Officier d'Académie, Univ.

Gallic.
The Bev. S. Noti, S.J.
JAMSHEDJI MERVANJI ANTIA, M.A,
MIRZA ALI MAHOMED M, H. Kuan, M.A., LL.B.
FARDUNJI MANCHERJI DASTUR, M.A.
KAVASJI JAMSHEDJI SANJANA, M.A.
JAMSHEDJI E, DARUVALA, B.A., B.Sc.
A. C. L. WILKINSON, M.A., F.R.A.S.
O. V. MULLER, M.A.
The Honourable Mr. G. K. GOKHALE, B.A.
The Rev. W. H. WALLBATH, S.J.

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} In Avesta and Pahlavi

In French.

In Persian.

In Mathematics.

In History.

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TUESDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER.

[10 A.M. TO I P.M.]

ENGLISH.

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SIR WALTER SCOTT: Lay of the Last Minstrel ;
GOLDSWITH: Vicar of Wakefield.

SECTION I,
L (@) Paraphrase:-

Unlike the tide of human time,

Which, though it change in ceaseless flow,
Retains each grief, retains each crime

Its earliest course was doomed to know;
And, darker as it downward bears,
Is stained with past and present tears.

Low as that tide has ebbed with me,
It still reflects to memory's eye
The hour my brave, my only boy,

Fell by the side of brave Dundee. (6) Why does Scott so frequently change his metre in this and similar poems ?

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2. Annotate, and explain with reference to the context :-
(i) Letter nor line know I never a one,

Were't my neck-veree at Hairibee.
(ii) Now, if you ask who gave the stroke,

I cannot tell, so mot I thrive.
(iii) Lord and Earl though thou be, I trow,

I can rein Bucksfoot better than thou.
(iv) So still they blaze, when fate is nigh

The lordly line of high St. Clair,
(v) Thence oft he marked fierce Pentland rave

As if grim Odin rode her wave.

3. (a) Give the meaning in the text of the following words :

Amice, dint, gramaraye, lykewake, minion, sewers, thane,

hackbuteer. (6) Give the full derivation of any fide of the following words, adding 10 any words derived from the same source :

Numbers, feat, warder, parley, paynim, shrive, curfew, bayonet,

sprite, sooth.

4. Describe what took place in Melrose Abbey at the time of Deloraine's 16 visit.

SECTION II.

5. Goldsmith said of his book, “there are an hundred faults in this 15 thing." What faults are there in its structure or plot ?

6. Cite instances showing (i) that in theory Goldsmith set a high 13 value on contrast ; (ii) that in practice he could puss quickly from joy to sorrow, and from humour to pathos.

7. The Vicar speaks of himself as “ tired of being always wise." Give 10 your estimate of the wisdom displayed by him in managing his household.

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8. Describe the social manners alluded to in the following extracts :
(i) They showed their wit on the first of April, and religiously cracked

nuts on Michaelmas eve. (ii) Olivia would be drawn as an Amazon, sitting on a bank of flowers. (iii) Ye shall see I have fortitude ! Bring me my pistols. (iv) She expected to have had the pleasure of sitting at the head of the

table, (v) The Ranelagh songs that come down to us are perfectly familiar.

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9. (i) Write grammatical notes on the words italicised in :-
(a) Not but that we had our rubs.
(6) Scarce a farmer's daughter but what bad found him faithless.
(c) I could see no reason for it neither.
(d) Well, that's a good girl.
(e) He turned all manner of colours
(f) Few minds are so base as that perseverance cannot amend.

(ii) Explain fully and with reference to the context:-
(a) It was a day of finery, which all my sumptuary edicts could

not restrain,
(6) Purses bounced from the fire, and true love-knots lurked in the

bottom of every tea.cup. .
(c) Thus the multitude of laws produce new vices

MONDAY, 4TH NOVEMBER.

[2 P.M. To 5. P.M.] ENGLISH (Composition).

" Family Pride."

TUESDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER.

[2 P... To 5 P.x.]

SANSKRIT. N. B.-The answers to the two Sections should be written in separate books.

KALIDASA-Vikramorrasiya ; Raghuvamsa I-V. 1. Translate into English:

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(a) अथाथर्वनिधेस्तस्य विजितारिपुरः पुरः ।

अामर्थपतिर्वाचमाददे वदतां वरः ॥ () तदीयमाक्रन्दितमार्तसाधोर्गुहानिबद्धप्रतिशब्ददीर्घम् ।

रश्मिष्विवादाय नगेन्द्रसक्तां निवर्तयामास नृपस्य दृष्टिम् ॥ (c) अतोऽयमश्वः कपिलानुकारिणा पितुस्त्वदीयस्य मयापहारितः ।

अलं प्रयत्नेन तवात्र मा निधाः पदं पदव्यां सगरस्य सन्ततः ॥ (d) ततः प्रतस्थे कौबेरी भास्वानिव रघुर्दिशम् ।

शरैरुरिवोदीच्यानुद्धरिष्यन् रसा निव ॥ (e) दीर्घष्वमी नियमिताः पटमण्डपेषु

निद्रां विहाय वनजाक्ष वनायुदेश्याः ।
वक्त्रोष्मणा मलिनयन्ति पुरोगतानि
लेह्यानि सैन्धवशिलाशकलानि वाहाः ॥

Parse the words underlined.
Name the metres in (b), (c) and (e).

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2. Explain the following simples, with reference to the context:--
(a) श्रद्धेव साक्षाद्विधिनोपपन्ना ।
(७) श्रुतेरिवार्थ स्मृतिरन्वगच्छत् ।
(0) इन्द्रियाख्यानिव रिपुंस्तत्त्वज्ञानेन संयमी ।
(d) नदीमुखेनेव समुद्रमाविशत् .
3. (a) Write historical notes on-

पारसीक, यवन and हूण referred to in the fourth Canto ok रघु

वंश. (8) Write geographical notes on

प्राग्ज्योतिष, अपरान्त, ऋथकैशिक and कलिङ्ग. (0) Write grammatical notes on

मदोद्गारसुगन्धि, कुमारकल्प, कूलमुद्रुजाः, उपतस्थे ककुमत् . 4. (@) Dissolve the following compounds :पुरुषायुषजीविन्यः, उत्खातप्रतिरोपिताः, महोक्षाः, and घटोनीः. (d) Give the meanings of सरघा, उञ्छ, शुचि, संविष्ट, कट, भक्ति,

कडंगरीय, and वार्त. (e) Derive दम्पती, आनन, मौर्वी, and द्विप. (d) State what you understand by षड्विधं बलम्, चतुःस्कन्धा चमूः,

and सर्वोपकारक्षममाश्रमम्. (e) Explain the allusions in(4) अथ नयनसमुत्थं ज्योतिरत्रेरिव द्यौः । (1) रामास्त्रोत्सारितोऽप्यासीत् सह्यलग्न इवार्णवः । 5. Translate into English :(a) हिमेन पछेषु कृतामपक्रियामवेक्ष्य कृत्वाथ महाबलं पुरः ।

हिमालयं जेतुमिवोत्तरां दिशं प्रति प्रतस्थे तुहिनेतरद्युतिः ।। (8) निशाः कृशास्तीव्रतराश्च वासराः परागसंपर्कघनाः प्रभञ्जनाः ।

तनूभवत्तीयचया जलाशयाः प्रयाणकालं सुरभेर्बभाषिरे ।। (c) यावन्नीरनिधेः प्रभातसमयः प्रोद्धृत्य लोकत्रयी

माणिक्यं रविबिम्बमम्बरवणिग्वीथीपथे न्यस्यति ।
तावत् कर्तुमिवास्य मूल्यमुचितं पद्माकरेण स्वयं
लक्ष्मीलब्धविकासपङ्कजकरन्यस्ता पुरः स्थाप्यते ॥

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