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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-58

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58 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT The choice of books to be brought up for the Greek and Latin examination is to be made from the following list Homer -Books II III Cicero De Finibus One Greek Tragedy Cjesar -" De Bello Gallico Three Herodotus -Book II or any two Bonks other Books Sallust Thucydides -One Book Livy Two Books Xenophon -" Cyropaedia Books Tacitus De Moribus German- II III orum and Aericola 11 Anabasis Books Virgil-Three Books of the jEneid II III or the Georgics Cicero -" De Offlciis Horace -The Odes the Satires or De Natura Deorum the Epistles After passing this examination Candidates for admission must obtain the recommendation of Bishop The days fixed for this examination in the next Academical Year are Wednesday October 1858 January 26 and May 1859 Section IV PERIOD OF study Persons already in Deacons' Orders desirous of preparing themselves as Candidates for Priests' Orders as well as Graduates of Oxford Cambridge and Durham are admitted to attend the Theological Course for such length of time as they may desire and may at the close of the period of attendance offer themselves as Candidates for Certificates Vide Sect VI II In the case of all others the Course must be continued for at least six entire terms two years before the Student can offer himself for the Final Examination Section GENERAL RULES All Students are required to attend the daily Morning Service in the College Chapel II No Student may absent himself from any lecture without the express permission of the Principal being first obtained except in cases of illness and then written notice must be sent to the Principal
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