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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-369

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THE SCHOOL 365 of contemporary authors revenues armies fleets islands the sea friendships and alliances with kings and various potentates and influence that commanded several Grecian states and many bar- barous nations all were in manner his possession Plutarch says that while thus during fifteen years ruling the Athenian empire so strict and scrupulous was his economy in his private affairs that he neither increased nor diminished his paternal estate by single drachma but according to the more probable assertion and higher authority of Isocrates his private estate suffered in maintaining his public importance so that he left it less to his sons than he had received it from his father SECOND CLASS CLASSICAL SCHOLARSHIP -J mpturc fitfgtorj Of what did the offerings of Cain and Abel respectively consist and why was Abel's preferred State and explain the prophecies respecting the posterity of Noah also respecting Abraham Ishmael and Esau What privileges were implied in the birthright in patriarchal times What proofs independent of the statements of Holy Scripture attest the fact of the Deluge Give brief history of the life of Moses Why was he excluded from the Promised Land What reason may be alleged for the concealment of his Burial-place What was the sin of Achan How was it detected and punished What proof did the Israelites afterwards receive of their restoration to the Divine favour Explain the division of the promised land Joshua and the provision made for the Levites Why were some of the Canaanite allowed to remain in the land
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