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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-65

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general literature and science 61 These Examination Papers are accurately looked over and system of marks indicating relative merit is established At the close of the Michaelmas and Easter Terms the Students are classed according to merit and on the last day of the Academical Year prizes are adjudged to the two best Stu- dents in the first second and third years respectively Student who has obtained Divinity Prize in any one year cannot again become candidate for these Prizes II The Greek and Latin Classics Lectures daily Saturday excepted from 1QJ- to half-past For the Course of Study in 1852-3 see page 67 The subjects of these Lectures are the works of the best Latin and Greek writers and Greek and Latin Composition both in Prose and Verse Besides the work which is done in the Lecture Room the Students are expected to prepare given portion of Roman and Greek History for each College Examination and to commit to memory weekly certain portion of Horace Virgil or Cicero The Students are divided into three classes according to their proficiency and in these classes they are arranged in order of merit at each examination The Authors read are as follows 1st Class Aristotle-Plato-Thucydides-Demosthenes Pindar-iEschylus-Aristophanes-Cicero-Livy -Juvenal-Plautus 2d Class Herodotus-Demosthenes-Sophocles-Euri- pides-Livy-Cicero-Terence-Horace-Virgil 3d Class Euripides-Homer-Cicero-Virgil The Exercises in each class are- Translations from English into Latin and Greek-Prose and Verse-and Original Composition The Student who stands first in each Class at the Examina- tion which takes place at 1e close of the Easter Term receives Prize and Prizes are also given annually for Latin Essay Latin Verse English Prose and English Verse
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