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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-69

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GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE 69 Extra subjects for Examination at Christmas 1858 History of Greece From the death of Epaminondas to the Accession of Alexander History of Rome From the First Triumvirate to the Accession of Augustus Hor Od Lib IV to be committed to memory Greek Grammar Anomalous Verbs to Ī£ Latin Grammar The construction of Prepositions Extra subjects for examination in June 1859 History of Greece The reign of Alexander History of Rome The reign of Augustus Virgil JEn II to be committed to memory Greek Grammar Anomalous Verbs to Latin Grammar Substantives and Adjectives III Mathematics Lectures daily Saturday excepted from 10J to The subjects of these Lectures are Euclid Algebra Plane and Spherical Trigonometry Conic Sections Algebraic Geo- metry the Differential and Integral Calculus Mechanics Hydrostatics Newton's Principia Optics and Astronomy The Students are divided into four Divisions and in these Divisions they are arranged in order of merit at each ex- amination At the examination which takes place at the close of the Easter Term the following distinctions are given 1st Division To the First in order if otherwise eligible Scholarship of 40 per annum for two years To the Second in order Prize of Books To the Third and Fourth in order Certificates of Honour To the Fifth in order Certificate of Approval
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