The New Examination Statutes Together with the Decrees of Convocation and Regulations of the Boards of Studies at Present in Force ...

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Clarendon Press, 1874
 

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Page 87 - Studies ; (3) A special portion of History or a special Historical subject, carefully studied with reference to original authorities. 2. Every Candidate shall be required to have a knowledge of Political Economy, of Constitutional Law, and of Political and Descriptive Geography.
Page 64 - Candidates are examined: — Pure Mathematics. 1. Algebra. 2. Trigonometry, plane and spherical. 3. Geometry of two and three dimensions. 4. Differential Calculus. 5. Integral Calculus. 6. Calculus of Variations. 7. Calculus of Finite Differences. 8. Theory of Chances. Mixed Mathematics. 1. Mechanics of Solid and Fluid Bodies. 2. Optics, Geometrical and Physical. 3. Newton's Principia, Sections I, II, III, and parts of IX and XI. 4. Astronomy, including the more elementary parts of the Lunar and...
Page 45 - Questions arising at any meeting shall be determined by a majority of votes of the members present; and in case of an equality of votes the chairman shall have a second or casting vote.
Page 78 - The student may also offer himself for examination upon the Fauna of any district in the British islands ; eg — The animals of the Isis and Cherwell. The indigenous invertebrated Fauna of the neighbourhood of Oxford. The literature of Zoology is so extensive, and the number of special monographs on nearly every branch of the subject is so great, that it will in all cases be advisable for the student to apply to his Tutor or to the Professor of Zoology for references to the best works and memoirs...
Page 77 - Italy. (Candidates who offer this subject will be expected to show an acquaintance with the remains of the early Italian Languages.) (3) The Commentaries of Gaius. (4) The Age of the Antonines. (5) The History of the Roman Empire from Diocletian to Julian. (6) Roman Architecture and the Topography of Rome. LOGIC, AND MORAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.
Page 59 - Part I. MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, and PNEUMATICS. Part II. HEAT. Part III. ELECTRICITY and MAGNETISM. Part IV.
Page 24 - Two Books, either both Greek, or one Greek and one Latin, one of such Books being some portion of a Greek philosophical work, and the other a portion of a Greek o'r Latin Historian. (2) The whole or some portions of Greek and Roman History.
Page 61 - Aristotelese, and in Bacon's Novum Organum, Book I, and Book II, Aphorisms 1-20. Under the head of Political Philosophy, Candidates are recommended to study the following subjects : — The origin and growth of Society ; Political institutions and forms of government, with especial reference to the history of Greece and Rome ; The sphere and duties of Government ; The leading principles of Political Economy.
Page 61 - Sitten,' with the two chapters of the ' Kritik der praktischen Vernunft,' entitled severally ' von den Grundsatzen' and ' von den Triebfedern, der reinen praktischen Vernunft.
Page 68 - Books recommended for use in the preparation for the General Examination in Biology. General Anatomy and Histology — Sharpey in Quain's Anatomy, 7th ed. Lond., 1867. The Micrographic Dictionary, by Griffiths and Henfrey, now in course of republication. The Historical Catalogue of the College of Surgeons, by Professor Quekett. Kolliker's Handbuch der Gewebelehre, ed. 1867. Leipzig. Strieker's Handbook of Human and Comparative Histology, now in course of translation for the New Sydenham Society....

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