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III.—THE LAW OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Candidates will be expected to show a general knowledge of the principles of the law applicable in New South Wales, and also to show a detailed knowledge both of principles and practice in one of the following departments :1. Common Law, including the Law of Evidence and

Criminal Law. 2. Equity.

IV.-PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW. Candidates will be expected to show a general knowledge of the principles of International Law and a more detailed knowledge of the principles and decisions relating to the international application of Foreign Law.

No books are prescribed by the Faculty, but any person proposing to present himself as a candidate may apply to the Professor of Law for advice on the subject. The examination will be conducted partly in writing and partly vivá voce.

EXAMINATIONS FOR THE DEGREES OF M.B. & M.D.

See By-laws, Chap. XVII.

EXAMINATIONS FOR THE DEGREES OF D.Sc. & B.Sc.

See By-laws, Chap. XVIII.

EXAMINATIONS FOR DEGREES IN ENGINEERING.

See By-laws, Chap. XVIII.

PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. Full particulars regarding these examinations can be had on reference to the “Manual of Public Examinations," which contains the By-laws, Subjects of Examination, Books Recommended, Directions for Candidates, Examination Papers, &c., and is obtainable from almost any bookseller.

LIST OF

SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, PRIZES, &c.

All students of the University who shall during their course have received Bursaries, Exhibitions, Scholarships or Fellowships, or Exemptions from Fees, are invited by the Senate to make returns to the University when their circumstances in life shall permit, for the purpose of conferring like benefits on future students. The names of all students making such return will be published in the University Calendar.

AWARDED AT THE MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. The SALTING Exhibition-Awarded on the recommendation of the Trustees of the Sydney Grammar School to a student proceeding thence to the University. £25 for three years. (See page 196.) The last award was made in March, 1900.

The BOWMAN-CAMERON Scholarship-Every third year, for general proficiency. £50 for three years. (See page 187.) The last award was made in March, 1899. The COOPER Scholarship No. II.-Awarded to a student distinguished in Classics. £50 for one year. (See page 185.) The BARKER Scholarship No. II.-Awarded to a student distinguished in Mathematics. £50 for one year. (See page 184.)

The LITHGOW Scholarship-Awarded to a student distinguished in modern languages (French and German). £50 for one year. (See page 186.)

The JAMES AITKEN Scholarship-For general proficiency. £50 for one year. This Scholarship is not given in the year in which the Bowman-Cameron Scholarship is awarded. (See page 188.)

The FREEMASONS Scholarship-For sons of Freemasons. Every third year. £50 for three years. (See page 187.) The

last award was made in March, 1899.

THE HORNER Exhibition-For proficiency in Mathematics. £8 for one year. (See page 197.)

* Scholars are required to proceed with their studies in the respective Faculties in which their Scholarships are awarded.

BURSARIES of the annual value of £50 each are awarded from time to time. (See page 198.)

AWARDED AT THE FIRST YEAR EXAMINATIONS.

The COOPER Scholarship No. III.-For Classics. £50 for one year. (See page 186.)

The GEORGE ALLEN Scholarship-For Mathematics. £30 for one year. (See page 187.)

The *LEVEY Scholarship-Awarded in the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Science for Chemistry (theoretical and practical) and Physics (theoretical and practical). £30 for one year. (See page 183.)

The GARTON Scholarship No. I.-For French and German. £30 for one year. (See page 192.)

The *SMITH Prize-For Physics. £5. (See page 205.)

The SLADE Prizes-For Practical Chemistry and Practical Physics. £4 10s. each. (See page 206.)

The COLLIE Prize-For Botany. £3 10s. (See page 207.) The STRUTH EXHIBITION-For General Proficiency. Awarded at the First Year Examination in Arts to a student entering the Faculty of Medicine. £40 for five years. (See page 196.) The last award was made in March, 1897.

The HENRY WAIT Bursary-For General Proficiency. Awarded at the First Year Examination in Arts to a student entering

the Faculty of Medicine. £30 for five years. (See page

203.) The last award was made in March, 1901. This bursary does not exempt the holder from the payment of lecture fees.

AWARDED AT THE SECOND YEAR EXAMINATIONS.

The COOPER Scholarship No. I.-For Classics. £50 for one year. (See page 185.)

The BARKER Scholarship No. I.-For Mathematics-£50 for one year. (See page 184).

The GARTON Scholarship No. II.-For French and German.

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The NORBERT QUIRK Prize-For Mathematics. £5.

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Candidates for Honours and Scholarships in Physics are required to attend the
Laboratory during one term, for two afternoons a week.

The DEAS-THOMSON Scholarship-Awarded in the Faculty of Science for Physics. £50 for one year. (See page 184.) The DEAS-THOMSON Geology Scholarship-Awarded in the Faculty of Science for Geology. £50 for one year. (See page 185.)

The CAIRD Scholarship-Awarded in the Faculty of Science for Chemistry. £50 for one year. (See page 188.)

AWARDED AT EACH DEGREE EXAMINATION.

BRONZE MEDALS are awarded to the highest proficients in the various Degree Examinations.

SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE BY GRADUATES.

The FRAZER Scholarship-Awarded upon the results of examinations, &c., in History. £70. (See page 190.)

The JAMES KING of Irrawang Scholarship Awarded to a Graduate of not more than four years' standing. £130 for two years. (See page 188.)

The WOOLLEY Scholarship-Awarded to a

Graduate in Arts of not more than four years' standing. £150 for two years. (See page 191.)

Her Majesty's Commissioners of the Exhibition of 1851 have on six occasions awarded Scholarships to Graduates in Science of this University, upon the nomination of the Senate. £150 for two or three years. (See page 190.)

AWARDED IN THE FACULTY OF LAW.

The WIGRAM ALLEN Scholarship-Awarded for proficiency at the Intermediate Law Examination. Candidates are required to present themselves for examination in all the subjects of the Intermediate Examination, notwithstanding they may have passed in some of them in the Arts course. £50 for one year. (See page 186.)

The GEORGE and MATILDA HARRIS Scholarship-Awarded for proficiency in the Term Examinations and the Intermediate Law Examinations. £50 for one year. (See page 192.)

AWARDED IN THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

The STRUTH Exhibition-For proficiency in the subjects of the First Year Examination in Arts, to a student entering the Faculty of Medicine. £40 for five years. (See page 196.) The last award was made in March, 1897.

The HENRY WAIT Bursary-For proficiency in the subjects of the First Year Examination in Arts to a student entering the Faculty of Medicine. £30 for five years. (See page 203.) The last award was made in March, 1901. This bursary does not exempt the holder from the payment of lecture fees.

The RENWICK Scholarship-For proficiency in the subjects of the First Year Examination in Medicine. £35 for one year. (See page 187.)

The JOHN HARRIS Scholarship-For proficiency in the subjects of Anatomy and Physiology in the Third Year Examination in Medicine. £40 for one year. (See page 189.)

The BELMORE Medal. A Gold Medal of the value of £15, awarded annually for proficiency in Geology and Practical Chemistry, with special reference to Agriculture. (See page 204.) 1. Candidates must be of two, and under five years' standing in the University of Sydney.

2. They must pass examinations in Chemistry and Geology, with special reference to Agriculture.

*PRIZE COMPOSITIONS.

WENTWORTH Medal for Graduates-£10. Awarded annually for an English Essay. The competition for this Medal is confined to Bachelors of Arts of not more than three years' standing. (See page 204.)

Subject for 1901.-Epic Poetry, its Nature and Conditions. WENTWORTH Medal for Undergraduates

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£10. Awarded

annually for an English Essay. (See page 204.) Subject for 1901.-Epic Poetry, its Nature and Conditions. NICHOLSON Medal-£10. Awarded annually for Latin Verse (Hexameters). The competition for this medal is open to all Undergraduates and to Bachelors of Arts of not more than two years' standing. (See page 204.)

Subject for 1901.-Salamis.

The exercises for these Prizes, which must not be in the handwriting of the Author, must be sent to the Registrar before the first day of Lent Term, 1902. They must be contained in an envelope with a motto, and be accompanied by a sealed letter containing the name and motto of the Author.

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