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Write down the past tense and the past participle of the verbs arise offer catch eat mow see. 2 Give the English of the following words afficher assKgcr stretcher carquois environ outre (subst.) peau surtout.

Write down the declension of all the Relative Pronouns used in French

Give the meaning, the gender and the plural of each of the following tableau, voix, travail, genou,

Translate into French—

AEITHMETIC

Three barleycorns placed end to end reach one inch find how many barleycorns will reach round the

Add one-half, one-third, one-fourth, one-fifth, one-sixth, one-eighth, one-ninth, one-tenth, and one-twelfth and reduce the result to its simplest form.

ALGEBEA

  • Explain the meaning of q + p x q — p ,
  • Multiply together
  • Solve the equation
  • Three persons travelled x miles an hour for a, b and c hours respectively: a fourth person tra-

Three persons traveled x miles an hour in a, b, and c hours respectively: a fourth person traveled c hours respectively: a fourth person traveled in d hours a distance equal to the sum of the distances traveled by the others: find the number of miles in the hour he traveled.

GEOMETEY

  • From a given point draw a straight line equal to a given straight line
  • If at a point in a straight line two other straight lines on opposite sides of it make the adjacent
  • If from the ends of the side of a triangle two straight lines are drawn to a point within the
  • If two triangles have two angles of the one equal to two angles of the other each to each and one
  • If a side of any triangle be produced the exterior angle is equal to the two interior and remote
  • The complements of parallelograms which are about the diameter of any parallelogram are equal to
  • If a straight line is divided into any two parts the rectangle contained by the whole and one of the
  • If a straight line is divided into two equal and also into two unequal parts the rectangle contained by
  • Divide a given straight line into two parts so that the rectangle contained by the whole and one of
  • In obtuse angled triangles if a perpendicular is drawn from either of the acute angles to the

If a straight line is divided into two parts, the rectangle containing the whole and one of the rectangle containing the whole and one of the parts is equal to the square on that part together with the rectangle contained by the two parts. Divide a given straight line into two parts so that the rectangle containing the whole and one of the rectangle containing the whole and one of the parts are equal to the square on the other part.

HISTORY

  • There were two distinguished Athenians named Demosthenes. State briefly the principal public
  • There w'ere two distinguished Athenians named Sophocles. State briefly the principal public
  • State the provisions and the date of the Peace of Autalcidas
  • State the date, the place, the combatants, and the consequences of the Battle of Leuctra
  • State with their dates the three great victories of Alexander over the Persians
  • 1. State briefly the principal public events with which Scipio Africanus Major was connected
    • State briefly the principal public events with w r hich Scipio Asiaticus was connected
    • State briefly the principal public events with which Scipio Africanus Minor was connected
    • Who was the father of Africanus Minor, and how was he distinguished ? How did Africanus Minor
    • What noble Roman families derived or were said to have derived surnames from their exploits in the
    • At w-hat time and in what circumstances did the Claudian House settle at Rome ?
  • 1. At what time and in what circumstances did Canada become a British Possession ?
    • At what time and in what circumstances did Gibraltar become a British Possession ?
    • At what date and in what war did the great siege of Gibraltar take place, and by what officer was
    • At what time and in what circumstances did Calais become an English Possession ?
    • At what time and in what circumstances was Calais lost to the English Crown ?
    • Who were the leaders of the popular party in the contest with Edward I., and what was the result

Give the date, place, combatants and consequences of the Battle of Leuctra. Who were the leaders of the popular party in the contest with edward i and what was the result of the contest with edward i and what was the result of that contest.

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

What are the periods of maxima and minima help- ing to indicate a connection between the magnet-

On what date and in what war did the great siege of Gibraltar take place and by which officer who was from Gibraltar did it take place and by which officer was the fortress defended.

What are the principal facts indicative of a con- nection between the Aurora and Terrestrial mag-

Describe the principal flexures in the lines marking the limit of the fall of snow in the Northern and

What is the average speed of hurricanes, and what is the direction and direction of rotation of cyclonic storms north and south of the Equator respectively. What causes produce the five major annual rotations of wind observed at Greenwich Observatory.

  • Translate literally—
  • Translate literally—
  • Recount briefly the history of Cyrus as given in Herodotus
  • Give the meaning and the derivation of cnrayTXijaai
  • Mark the scansion of the first three lines of the extract given' above. Give the technical name
  • Translate and explain—
  • Give Jelf's explanation of the construction in each of the following—
  • Give accurately the geographical position of Picenum Massilia Numantia Samos Mycenae
  • Give the meanings and the derivations of surgere navigare minister irritus discrimen immanis
  • Also of particeps pernicies invidia nuntius mando exsulto sermo supplex videlicet vitupero delectare
  • Explain gener adversis instructus Eois: nigri Memnonis arma: via prima salutis GraiA pan-
  • Explain the construction in—
  • Give the meaning of the terminations in jucundus annosus discrimen auctumnus lustrum minitari
  • Write down the first person of the present indica- tive and perfect indicative and the supine active
  • State the principal uses of the Latin ablative case and give a sentence exemplifying each
  • Give instances of compounds formed of a substan- tive preceded by a verb, a past participle pre-
  • Explain the derivation of the words spinster petite chicken hinder prattle clothe
  • Shew that the third personal pronoun is really a demonstrative rather than a personal pronoun
  • Notions are divided into intuitions and conceptions
  • What are the three operations of the mind im- mediately concerned in argument ? What do
  • What are the Rules of Division ? Shew that they are obeyed in the usual division of proposition
  • What may be considered as the immediate and proper province of Rhetoric ?
  • What is Antithesis ? What does Whately say con- cerning its use ?
  • How does Whately divide Fallacies ? Name six of the principal kinds of fallacy with an example
  • What distinction is made by Whately between a nominal and a real definition ?
  • Give the mnemonic lines which were meant to contain the Laws of the Syllogism. Translate
  • What is tho Figure of a Syllogism ? Prove that in the 4tl
  • On what canon does analogy employed as an argument depend ?
  • Explain the division of nouns into univocal equi- vocal and analogous with examples
  • Put into strict logical form and examine

When and by whom and in what period in the history of the language was it composed. State how the change in the meaning of the word took place, and illustrate by examples of its use.

  • Translate carefully with brief explanatory notes when you judge them necessary—
  • Give a concise account of the events which took place at Corcyra and are narrated in the third
  • Twv dir Olhiirov KOKWV. Give a brief account of the legend of OSdipus
  • Give the meanings and the derivations of cW^/p^/a
  • Translate and explain fully the construction in—

None but whites are civilized, the Hindus are not bastards, therefore the Hindus are not civilized. Give a brief account of the events that took place at Corcyra and are told in the third place at Corcyra and are told in the third book of Thucydides.

  • Translate—
  • Explain the following passages and refer them to the context
  • Where are these places—Ilerda Tarentum Mintur- na? Tibur Velia Paros Illyricum Tarraco Cor-
  • Explain the meaning and the derivation of hydro- picus delirus percontator emendatus ephippia

Aut quia nihil rectum nisi quod libet, Aut quia turpe putant iuvenibus parere, Et quod barbati docuerunt, perire vetus est. ephippia picus delirus enquirer emendatus ephippia determiner manipulus truculentia septemtrio estuaria mancipare trames.

GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY

  • The complements of the parallelograms which are about the diameter of any parallelogram are equal
  • If a straight line is bisected and produced to any point the rectangle contained by the whole line
  • One circumference of a circle cannot cut another in more than two points
  • A segment of a circle being given shew how to describe the circle of which it is the segment
  • Upon a given straight line describe a segment of a circle which shall contain an angle equal to a
  • Describe an isosceles triangle having each of the anjrles at the base double of the third anjrle
  • If two triangles have one angle of the'onc equal to one angle of the other and the sides about those
  • Shew how to find a fourth proportional to three given straight lines
    • Shew how to draw a straight line perpendicular to a plane from a given point above it
    • If a solid angle is contained by three plane angles any two of them are together greater than the
    • A straight line A B is bisected in C at C a per- pendicular CD is erected and at B a perpendicular
    • Calculate the length of the arc which subtends an angle of 2° 17' 3" at a distance of two miles
    • A point P is taken in one of the lines w^hich con-;
    • Prove the formula
    • Prove the formula
    • Find the side of a regular octagon inscribed in a circle w^hose radius is ten feet
    • Find the radius of the circle inscribed in the octagon in the preceding question
    • Calculate y cos 5 119° 37'

If two triangles have an angle of de'onc equal to an angle of the other and the sides about that one angle of the other and the sides about those angles are proportional, then the triangles will be equal and those angles will be equal are opposite the homologous sides. The hypotenuse and one of the sides of a right triangle are 1234-56 and 825-91: calculate the third side and the angles.

ALGEBRA

  • Find the least common multiple of
  • Solve the equation x ( x - 6 ) = 5 ( 2 x - 11)
  • A raihvay train running from P to Q met with an accident which caused it to diminish its speed to
  • The greatest common measure of two numbers is 12 and their least common multiple is 420; find
  • The volume of a cylinder varies as its length and the square of its diameter jointly and the weight
  • Shew that any series of equidistant terms in an Arithmetical progression will themselves form an
  • Find the sum of 43 terms of the series
  • Investigate an expression for the sum of n terms of a series of quantities in Geometrical progression
  • Investigate an expression for the number of per- mutations of n things taken r together

A raihvay train traveling from P to Q met with an accident which caused it to reduce its speed in the accident which caused it to reduce its speed to 4 tli from what it was before and consequently it was a hours late: if the accident had happened b miles nearer Q the train would have been c hours late: find the rate of the train before the accident. The volume of a cylinder varies as its length and the square of its diameter together and its weight the square of its diameter together and its weight.

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY

  • Shew that when a ray of light is reflected suc- cessively at two plane surfaces in a plane perpen-
  • Shew that a pencil of parallel rays will consist of parallel rays after refraction at a plane surface
  • An object is viow r ed by successive reflexion in two parallel plane mirrors : draw carefully a figure
  • A pencil of parallel rays passes through a lens investigate tue formula for the position of the
  • The aperture of the object glass of a simple Astro- nomical telescope is 4 indies, the aperture of the
  • Supposing the telescope described in the preceding question to be directed to a white disc on a black
  • A circumpolar star is observed w'ith_ the transit circle at its upper and lower transits directly and
  • Describe fully and carefully some mode of adjusting a Transit Instrument for Collimation
  • The focal length of a Transit Instrument is six feet the w-ires are the fiftieth of an inch apart calculate
  • Explain how the parallax of the moon may be determined by observation and investigate the
  • Explain what is meant by the precession of the equinoxes. What is the physical cause of it ?
  • Explain what three elements must be determined in order that the magnetic action of the earth at
  • Describe the construction of the registering tele- graph used in Victoria and explain how it is
  • Describe the electrophorus and explain its action
  • Explain the construction of the Leyden Jar and the mode in which the accumulation of Electricity
  • Describe the Induction Coil
  • State Ohm's law of the force of a Galvanic current

Find the latitude of the place, the polar distance of the star and the zenith point of the circle. Explain how the parallax of the moon can be determined by observation and examine the determined by observation and examine the necessary formulas.

ANALYTICAL GEOMETEYAND DEFFEEENTIAL CALCULUS

  • u = (tanx) Find a u dx dy 3. State and prove Taylor's theorem
  • Find the value of t a n ^ - w t a n ^ w l m ^ = Q
  • Supposing the illumination at any point of a surface to vary as the cosine of the angle of incidence of
  • Shew that the locus of the general equation of the first degree is a straight line
  • Through two fixed points two straight lines are draw^n making angles with the line joining those
  • Investigate the general equation to the tangent to the curve y = f (x) at any point
  • Find the locus of the feet of perpendiculars drawn from the foci on the tangent to an ellipse
  • Find the equation to the hyperbola referred to its asymptotes
  • Shew that tangents at the extremities of any chord of a parabola will intersect in the diameter of
  • Find the integrals of the following functions 1 1 1
  • Two equal parabolas are drawn whose vertices are at the origin and whose axes coincide respectively

Find the locus of the feet of perpendiculars drawn from the foci on the tangent to an ellipse. Two equal parabolas are drawn whose vertices are at the origin and whose axes respectively coincide with the origin and whose axes respectively coincide with the axes of x and y; find the area of ​​space that is common to them.

CHEMISTRY AND MINERALOGY

  • What are the physical characters by which the two mineral species having the chemical constitution
  • What are the crystallographic and other physical characters by w r hich the two mineral species hav-
  • Write down the symbols indicative of the seven best known Oxides of Chlorine
  • About how much Carbon does a man exhale in 24 hours, and what specific gravity and other cha-
  • Suppose a twelve-sided prism composed of the direct and inverse hexagonal prisms, terminated by a
  • Contrast the anatomical characters of the Asterice and the Echinidas
  • How is the family Hirudinidce, or the true leeches, characterised ? And what modifications of the
  • Describe the main" characters of the parts of the mouth as modified in each of the orders of insects
  • Enumerate and characterise each of the tribes of the Aptera
  • Contrast the characters of the Anomura with those of each of the other orders of Decapoda

Describe the main' features of the mouthparts as modified in each of the orders of insects. Compare the features of Anomura with those of each of the other orders of Decapoda.

GEOLOGY AND PALAEONTOLOGY

  • By what characters may moraines be distinguished from other deposits of detritus ?
  • What amount of contraction of the earth would force out as large streams of melting stone from
  • What was the occasion and the date of the solo Consulate of Pom perns ?
  • What is the exact meaning of the term Triumvirate ? Is the term applied witli equal precision to each
  • Give some account of Zenobia, and mention the time at which she lived and the most distin-
  • What was the date of the invasion of Italy by Radagiesus ? By whom was it repulsed, and what
  • What were the principal dioceses of the Western Prefecture ? State the circumstances and the

Explain the original meaning of the term Municipium, and show how it acquired it. In what respects did the Magistrates of the Empire differ from the Magistrates of the Republic.

HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

What was the population of England at the time' of the Revolution, and where were its principal

Is the term used with equal precision for each of the Is the term used with equal precision for each of the two combinations that it usually describes. Say something about Zenobia and mention the time in which she lived and the most distinguished time in which she lived and her most distinguished contemporary.

State the circumstances that gave rise to the War of the Succession

Explain the nature and causes of the reaction against Toryism in the time of George I I I. What is the legal meaning of the word "parol" and state what it is correctly opposed to.

Enumerate at least four different descriptions of contract which are void for illegality

Draw a bill of exchange, aiid mention the legal designations of all the parties thereto

Describe the several modes of indorsing a bill of exchange, and state the effect of such indorse-

The owner of two bills of exchange loses one of them indorsed in blank, and the other is accident-

Describe the alterations made by an Act of the Parliament of Victoria in the legal effect of bills

Describe the decision in the case of Wain v. Wal- ters as to the requisites of the memorandum of

Describe what is meant by deviation within the meaning of the Marine Insurance Act. State in which of the following cases a suit may be maintained by the father against his daughter's seducer.

Describe a case analogous to the above in w 7 hich the action fin- false representation in the nature of

A sued her (jointly with her husband) and declared damages for her falsely and fraudulently representing herself as single, and for his selling the goods to her, believing her statement. Can such an action be maintained provided her false statement can be proved.

Generally an innkeeper is liable for the loss of the goods which the guest has with him at the inn

What is the rule as to the liability of lodging- house keepers and boarding-house keepers in case

M employed B to construct some fencing for a stipulated price. B employed labourers to aid

Suggest another element of the case which would completely change the nature of the answer you have just given. Give an illustration of the maxim ubijusibi remcdium, and cite a case on the subject.

Suppose a contract is entered into by a tenant in tail to bar the estate tail, and that he were to die

How far is the rule in Shelley's case applicable to wills?

Suppose a man attempt to limit a term of years in tail, what would be the rights of the first taker ?

Is there any and what difference between the fol- lowing cases in respect of emblements ?

What are the requisites of the Colonial Act in the case of distress for rent ?

Suppose a landlord take a bill of exchange for his rent, can he distrain whilst the bill is current ?

An assignee of a lease wishes to get rid of it, and with that object assigns to a pauper. What is

Is there any distinction as regards removal, be- tween trade and agricultural fixtures ?

What is the leading case on tenancy by Sufferance?

What are the provisions of the Trustee Act in the case of mortgagees under disability ?

A man makes a voluntary settlement; he then deposits tho title deeds of the same property with

What is the difference between a reversion and a remainder ?

Suppose an estate limited " to A for life, and after the determination of the life estate of A, then to

What is the compulsory mode at the present day of dividing joint estates ? What was the mode

Will Equity enforce an executory trust which is voluntary ? State the law fully

What exceptions exist to the general rules as to resulting trusts ?

Suppose one of three persons severally interested in a lease were to renew it in his own name, what

Four persons advance £50 each by way of mort- gage, and take the mortgage to themselves jointly

From whom is descent traced by the modern canons ?

Is there any and w r hat difference between the covenants for title in a mortgage deed and those

State the provisions of the Colonial Act as to powers of attorney

Does the law of escrow, which is familiar in the case of deeds, apply to simple contracts ?

Does cancellation of a deed re-vest the estate ? State the leading cases on cancellation of instru-

Give examples of estoppel by deed and by pais

From what is the term nuisance derived ? Give some leading instances of nuisances to real pro-

State the law generally as to the rights of riparian proprietors, and the leading cases on the subject

What are the provisions of the Colonial Act as to fire occasioned by neg-liffence ?

State the law fully as to forcible entry on lands, with the statutes on the subject

How far is the time for pleading in abatement affected by the Practice Act. Mention the 'times

Enumerate the principal formal changes in pleadings which have been introduced by the Practice Act

What is the law as to pleas in abatement for nonjoinder ?

What is the difference between a motion in arrest of judgment and a motion non obstante veredicto?

Outline the law in general on the rights of riparian owners and the main issues on the subject. How does colonial law differ from English law in terms of the writing of ca.

Mention some of the leading points in which the modern action of ejectment differs from the ancient

Mention some of the main points in which the modern action of ejection differs from the ancient.

What is the test for deciding whether or not an amendment will be allowed at a trial ?

Suppose a notice of dishonor of a Bill of Exchange w-ere in the hands of your adversary, which it was

What is the rule as to degrees in secondary evidence ?

As a general rule, in what cases are the indebitatus counts sufficient, and when not ?

Is there any difference as regards the insertion of thew r ords "money payable" between the count for

How far can you in several counts or pleas vary the statement of the same cause of action or

What is the modern rule of pleading as to the averment of conditions precedent ?

Suppose the pleader finds that some conditions have not been performed, but that there was good

Suppose a servant sues for his wages, and the master has a claim against him for damage sus-

What is the present law as to joinder of actions in the case of husband and wife ?

Wliere a tenant holds premises by an instrument not under seal, how do you declare for rent ?

In what cases does the writ of scire facias still exist ?

What is the correct way to determine the premises in a suit for disturbance of possession of land. What is the rule in criminal law regarding the time for refusal or request for deletion of data.

Mention the principal circumstances which have given rise to the jurisdiction of the Court of

Give at least one instance of the application of the maxim, " Equity looks upon that as done which

Give a definition of actual fraud, and illustrate your definition by one or two examples

Actual fraud is usually divided into two classes : misrepresentation or suggestio falsi, and conceal-

When a settlement is made before marriage, in pursuance of previous articles, the settlement is

When the articles are entered into before marriage and the settlement is made after marriage, which

A and B enter into a contract for the sale of an estate by the former to the latter. A performed

An agreement entered into by parties incompetent to contract, such as femes covert or infants, will

A and B enter into an agreement. A performs the valuable and substantial part thereof, but by

A has deposited his title deeds with B as a secu- rity for a loan. He afterwards obtains possession

State under what circumstances C will be held to have taken the.mortgage, subject to B's

  • Specify certain agreements of which a Court of Equity will not decree specific performance, al-
  • State by what Act of Parliament of Victoria the necessity for bills of discovery, properly so called
  • Four persons are under a joint and several liability which one of them is compelled by process of law
  • What is the general rule now observed by Courts of Equity as to exercising jurisdiction in settling
  • Enumerate the principal Inferior Courts in opera- tion in Victoria ?
  • By what proceedings does the Supreme Court exer- cise a direct controul over the proceedings of Infe-
  • In cases of collision, the Common Law Courts have jurisdiction as well as the Court of Admiralty
  • The master of a British ship gives a bottomry bond at Rio, and the ship then proceeds on her
  • Where the Court of Vice-Admiralty, in a suit upon a bottomry bond, pronounces in favour of the
  • Describe the successive changes which have been effected in the summary jurisdiction of the Jus-
  • Explain the provisions of the County Court Act as to set-off and the setting-off of cross judg-
  • Enumerate the special defences which cannot be given in evidence in the County Court without
  • An Act of Parliament contains a provision to the following effect:—" If the occupier shall fail, after
  • What provision is made by the statute law of Victoria for the recovery of penalties under sta-
  • Describe the character, action, and positions of the Stomata of Plants

State the order of priority of the several maritime liens and the reason for your answer. 159 in proceedings before justices of the peace under section 22 of the Circuit Court Act.

MATEEIA MEDICA AND THEEAPEUTICS

  • Describe the process and chemical changes in the manufacture of Sulphuric Acid
  • Describe the mode of preparing the Liquor Sodas Chlorinatre (Labarraquc's solution)
  • Describe the mode of preparing Bichloride of Mer- cury, its action as a poison, and its antidote
  • Describe the mode of preparing Mistura Ferri Composita
  • Write a prescription of S03 in colliquative sweating.*
  • Write a sporific draught to be taken at bedtime
  • Write a mixture of Hydroclilorate of Morphia, a dose to be taken every four hours
  • How are Tonics therapeutically divided ? Give a prescription in each division
  • Write a prescription of Cinchona in effervescence
  • Write a prescription of a mixture of Lead in Haemoptysis
  • Describe the poisonous action of. Lead, and give the tests for its presence in a fluid
  • Write an emetic of Sulphate of Copper, and of Sulphate of Zinc in narcotic poisoning

Describe the "cambium layer" of the trunk of an exogenous forest tree, note the position of an exogenous forest tree, note its position and action relative to other parts of the trunk. Prescribe an emetic of sulfate of copper and of sulfate of zinc in narcotic poisoning.

DESCRIPTIVE AND SURGICAL ANATOMY

SURFACE AND MINING SURVEYING AND LEVELLING

  • Find from the following field book the error in the height of a bridge which the working drawings
  • On a plan, the scale of which has been accidentally omitted, a certain length figured 35 chains is
  • Express exactly the following scales of maps—
  • If the lower plate of a theodolite be divided to 20 minutes, describe fully the vernier to read to 20
  • Describe briefly the field work of laying out a curve of given radius by means of a theodolite,
  • Calculate from question 10 the tabular number, so that multiplying it by the given length in
  • State the amount of error arising from calculating earthworks by the common but erroneous method

And point out some of the advantages the perimeter possesses in driving lines through timber. And determine the amount of error resulting from using this method of mean heights in calculating the shear content in question 10.

HONOUR EXAMINATIONS

Translate the following, mentioning any various readings or translations—

Write down the preceding accentuating carefully and arranging the lines according to meter

Translate—

Translate—

Enumerate in order from East to West the twelve cities of Achaia

Give a brief account with dates of Peisistratos in connexion with Athenian politics

Translate with remarks on the construction the various readings or modes of translation (if any)—

kXiyhrjv aiKta kXatjipog XajipoaTOfit~iv KpE~iaaov h i $ i - pafifiog atTToXiov vtjvtrnripriTOC

Mention the principal letter changes (not including the dropping of inflections) which Anglo-Saxon

Write down the declension of the Anglo-Saxon pronoun se in all genders. Shew what cases are

Shew clearly at what different periods and from what causes Latin words have been adopted into

Discuss the formation of the English numerals up to ten, comparing with them their equivalents in

Discuss the etymology and the formation of hight fishery mulct sound (an arm of the sea) hotel

State clearly the different theories of the Proposi- tion

What is meant by saying that Conceptions must be Clear and Appropriate ?

Give definitions of Lake Student War Pastime Oar Poetry

Discuss the meaning and derivation of the following words from Spenser whylome scryne champion scarlot shamefast train. Discuss the question of the predominance of the Anglo-Saxon or Latin element in our language.

Discuss the question of'the predominance of the Anglo-Saxon or the Latin element in our lan-

What reasons are there for rejecting the fourth figure ?

Discuss the question Are opposition and conversion inference or not

Shew clearly what is the logical defect in all circumstantial evidence. Explain how it is that

Aristotle calls Rhetoric an offshoot of Logic. Ex- plain this and the nature and uses of Rhetoric

What has been the impact of the use statute in the history of device law. State the chief features of the action of opium, aconite, and belladonna on the system.

EXAMINATIONS

Describe the courses of the two greatest rivers of the Southern Hemisphere

Describe fully the nature of the circulation of water between the Arctic Ocean and the Atlantic, giv-

Describe, in the order of their occurrence, the various different kinds of waves produced by an

EXAMINATION FOR EXHIBITIONS AT MATRICULATION

FOR GREEK AND LATIN

What is the meaning of the words as they stand, and what would it be if we read consita 1. What legends are associated with the following names. Parse the following words give meaning of each also fully explain its formation or derivation parasitorum repudiata otiosi collegas multiplex vetulis jurgia copiis.

FOR ARITHMETIC ALGEBRA, AND EUCLID

  • What is meant by the least common multiple of two numbers ? State and prove the rule for
  • Find the highest common factor of
  • Solve the equation
  • Solve the equation
  • Find a mean proportional between a* — a 3 x and a°-b 2 —ab 2 x
  • A tank can be filled with water by two pipes one of which would require four hours longer than
  • Write down the axioms assumed by Euclid as the basis of his system of geometry
  • At a given point in a given straight line make a rectilineal angle equal to a given rectilineal angle
  • Shew that the vertices of all isosceles triangles which have a common base lie in one straight
  • Shew how to describe a rectangle equal to the difference of two given squares
  • Shew that if the straight line which bisects the exterior angle of a triangle is parallel to the base

At a given point in a given straight line make a rectilinear angle equal to a given rectilinear angle. Show that if a straight line falls on two parallel straight lines, the alternate angles will be equal to each other.

FOR HISTORY, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, ENGLISH, AND FRENCH

Show that the vertices of all isosceles triangles that have a common base lie in a straight line, which have a common base, lie in a straight line. Show that if the straight line which bisects the exterior angle of a triangle, is parallel to the exterior angle at the base of a triangle, is parallel to the base, the triangle is isosceles.

1. What circumstances seem to have given rise to the belief that equality of property was one of the

  • State the battles in which Sparta won and lost her maritime supremacy, and specify their respective
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Name the author of each of the following and the work in which each appears. Van Madvig gives a short version of the Imperative, its meaning and the forms used.

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Down to what date does the narrative of the Saxon Chronicle come ? In what language is this book

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What classical authors mention Angli and Saxones on the continent of Europe ? and at what dates

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Account for the second r in forlorn and for the y in yclept

Analyse the words former next streamlet thirty which meseems

What are according to Latham the absolute con- junctions in English ?

When can a predicate, according to Whately, ex- press the whole essence of its subject ?

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Name the two divisions of Propositions considered merely as sentences

State Whately's two practical rules for the distri- bution of terms in propositions

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A point is taken in one of the lines which contain an angle at a distance of twenty-five inches from

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The hypotheneuse of a right angled triangle is 1236 feet and one side is 618 feet: calculate the

Find a general expression for the area of a triangle in terms of the three sides

Reduce to its simplest form

Find the square root of

State the circumstances connected with the closing of the Exchequer in the time of Charles I I. State some of the circumstances which at the same period had similar effects in Scotland.

In what cases is an action for slander (words spoken) maintainable without stating or proving

Explain the use of inuendocs in declarations for libel, and give examples

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Tn an action for the wrongful conversion of goods a demand and refusal to deliver the goods is often

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What do you understand by the words "an estate?

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Is there any remedy at Law or in Equity as be- tween coparceners w-ith regard to acts of waste

State shortly the proceedings in a case of Summary- Ejectment under the Act popularly called " Brew-

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The two Acts of Elizabeth, 13th and 27th, namely, as to creditors and as to buyers, differ in one major point, i.e. Is there any and w-hat distinction between misdemeanor and misdemeanor in regard to amalgamation of several felonies - in several counts.

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Give the usual classification of the heads of Equity jurisdiction

Mention the provisions of the Statute Law of Victoria w-Idch gives to the Supreme Court the

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