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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-87

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GENERAL LITERATURE ANJ SCIENCE 87 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 four Divisions according to their proficiency and in these Divisions they are arranged in order of merit at each examination Fees for occasional Students is per term or ΙΟ lOs per annum Subjects for Lectures 1863-64 Cicero de Nat Deor Monday 10 and 11 Prof Lonadale Aristophanes Nubes Tuesday 10 and 11 Persius Wednesday 10 and 11 -- Thucydides Lib VI 62 Thursday 10 and 11 Compositions Friday 10 and 11 Soph Antig Monday and Wednes 10 Mr Heywood Terence Adelphi Tuesday and Thursday 10 -- Horn II Monday and Wednee 11 Cicero Epist Tuesd and Thuri 11 Composition Friday 10 and 11 Liw II Monday and Wednes 10 Mr Townsend Eurip Hipp Tuesd and Thure 10 Sail Cat Monday and Wednes 11 Xen Cyr II Tuesd andThurs il Compositions Friday 10 and 11 Extra afternoon Lectures- Logic Prof Lonsdale Pindar Pyth Mr Heywood Tac Hist Mr Townsend Extra subjects for Examination at Christmas 1863 History of Greece From the end of the Peloponnesian War to the death of Epaminondas
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