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Morning, Pure Mathematics. (Geometry.)
Afternoon,. . Pure Mathematics. (Algebra and Dif-

ferential and Integral Calculus.)
Morning, Mechanics.
| Afternoon, . . Astronomy.
| Morning, Experimental Physics.
( Afternoon, . . Logics and Metaphysics.


The Examiners may, if they shall think fit, employ the first hour of each sitting in oral examination; the remaining two hours being allotted to paper questions,


The Examination for Classical Scholarships will be held on Friday and Saturday in Ascension week, and on Monday and Tuesday in the week following, from 9 to 12 in the forenoon, and from 2 to 5 in the afternoon, of each day.

The subjects of Examination at the several hours are arranged as follows



Morning, Composition in Greek Verse, and Latin

Afternoon, . . Paper of Questions in Grammar and

Morning, Composition in Latin Verse, and Greek

Afternoon, . . Papers of Questions in Ancient History,

and in Logic.
Morning, Papers containing Passages for transla-

tion selected from the Honor Course

in Classics. Afternoon, . . Virâ voce Examination in the ordinary

Course in Classics, and in Logic.



The subjects will be distributed among the eight Examiners according to the following arrangement:

I Demosthenes and Attic Orators. 2. Herodotus, Thucydides, and

Plato. 3. Sophocles and Euripides. 4. Homer and Virgil.

5. Cicero.
6. Livy and Tacitus.
7. Latin Satirists and Comic

8. Aristotelian Logic.

N. B.-The Course for 1857 includes Stock’s Lucian. It excludes Herodotus, and such portions of Nos. 1, 5, and 6, as were not contained in the Classics of the Junior Freshman year in 1855.

Examinations in Arts.


Senior Sophisters, Monday and Tuesday, January 19 and 20.
Junior Sophisters, Wednesday and Thursday, January 21 and 22.
Senior Freshmen, Monday and Tuesday, January 26 and 27.
Junior Freshmen, Thursday and Friday, January 29 and 30.

The Examination of those who are selected for Honors will be
held on the following days:
Senior Sophisters, Math. Physics, Wednesday, January 21.
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Thursday, January 22.
EXPER, PHYSICS, Friday, January 23.

Mon, and Tues., Jan. 26 and 27. Junior Sophisters, Math. Physics, Frid. and Sat. Jan. 23 and 24.

LOGICS AND Hist., Monday, January 26.
EXPER. PHYSICS, Tuesday, January 27.

Wed. and Thurs. Jan. 28 and 29. Senior Freshmen, MATHEMATICS, Thurs. and Frid., Jan. 29 and 30. LOGIC,

Saturday, January 31.

Mon, and Tues. Feb. 2 and 3. Junior Freshmen, MATHEMATICS, Mon, and Tues. Feb. 2 and 3. CLASSICS,

Wed. and Thurs. Feb. 4 and 5. Catechetical Examinations :

Senior Freshmen, Wednesday, January 28.
Junior Freshmon, Saturday, January 31.


Senior Sophisters, Monday and Tuesday, April 20 and 21.
Junior Sophisters, Wednesday and Thursday, April 22 and 23.
Senior Freshmen, Monday and Tuesday, April 27 and 28.
Junior Freshmen, Thursday and Friday, April 30 and May 1.
Examinations for Honors :
Senior Sophisters, EXPER. Puys., Saturday, April 25.

Math. Phys., Friday, April 24.
ETHICS, Monday, April 27.

CLASSICS, Wednesday, April 22.
Junior Sophisters, LOG. AND Hist. Thursday, April 30.

CLASSICS, Friday and Sat., April 24 and 25.
EXPER. Puys. Wednesday, April 29.

Math. Phys. Mon. and Tues. April 27 and 28. Senior Freshmen, MATHEMATICS, Wednes. and Thurs. May 6 and 7.

CLASSICS, Mon. and Tues. May 4 and 5.

Logics, Saturday, May 2. Junior Freshmen, MATHEMATICS, Monday and Tues. May 4 and 5.

CLASSICS, Wednes. and Thurs. May 6 and 7. Catechetical Examinations:

Senior Freshmen, Wednesday, April 29.
Junior Freshmen, Saturday, May 2.

MICHAELMAS TERM. Senior Sophisters,

Thursday and Friday, October 16 and 16.
Junior Sophisters, Monday and Tuesday, October 19 and 20.
Senior Freshmen, Wednesday and Thursday, October 21 and 22.
Junior Freshmen,

Monday and Tuesday, October 26 and 27.
Examinations for Moderatorships:
MIXED MATHEMATICS, Monday, October 12, and following days.

Friday, October 16, and following days.
ETHICS AND LogicS, Friday, October 23, and following days.
EXPER. Physics,

Wednesday, October 28, and following days.

SCIENCE, AND ENG- Monday, November 2, and following days.
Examinations for Prizes in the Junior Classes :
Junior Sophisters, CLASSICS, Friday and Sat. Oct. 23 and 24.

LOG. AND Hist. Thursday, October 29.
EXPER. Phys., Monday, October 26.

Math. Phys., Tues. and Wed. Oct. 27 and 28. Senior Freshmen, LOGICS, Mon. and Tues. Nov. 2 and 3.

MATHEMATICS, Thurs. and Frid. Oct. 29 and 30.

CLASSICS, Mon. and Tues. Oct. 26 and 27. Junior Freshmen, CLASSICS, Thurs. and Frid. Oct. 29 and 30.

MATIIEMATICS, Mon. and Tues. Nov. 2 and 3.
Catechetical Examinations :

Senior Freshmen, Friday, October 23.
Junior Freshmen, Wednesday, October 28.

N. B.-Supplementalists for an Examination omitted in the Senior Freshman year are to appear in the Hall on the days appointed for the General Examination of the Senior Freshman Class in Hilary Term.

Dibinity School.


Final Examination for the Divinity Testimonium, Monday, June 22, and following days.

Annual Examination of Junior Class, Monday, June 22, and following


Supplemental Examinations will be held as follows:
HILARY TERM, Senior Class, Monday, March 23.

Junior Class, Tuesday, March 24.
MICHAELMAS TERM, Senior Class, Thursday, December 17.

Junior Class, Friday, December 18.

Regius Professor's Premiums, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 21.
Archbishop King's Premiums, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 21.
Dr. Downes' Premiums :-

Written Composition, Thursday, June 25.
Reading the Liturgy, Friday, June 26.

Extempore Speaking, Saturday, June 27.
Prizes in Biblical Greek, Wednesday, March 4.
Prizes in Ecclesiastical History, Tuesday, December 1.
Hebrew Examination, and for the Primate's Hebrew Premiums:--
Senior, Middle, and Junior Classes, Friday and Saturday, June

19 and 20.

Law School.

The Annual Examination for the Civil Law Class will be held on Wednesday, June 24.

The Annual Examination for the Feudal and English Law Class will be held on Saturday, June 27.

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Engineering School.

Examination of Candidates for Diploma :

TRINITY TERM, Thursday, April 16, and following days.
MICHAELMAS TERM, Monday, October 12, and following days.

Examination of Junior and Middle Classes, Thursday, July 2, and following days.

Supplemental Examination of Junior and Middle Classes, Monday, November 9.

Admission Examination, Monday, November 9.

Miscellaneous Examinations.


Berkeley Medal, Wednesday, November 18.
Political Economy, Monday, June 10.
Rhetoric and English Literature, Monday, November 23.
French and German Languages, Monday, June 29, and following
Italian and Spanish Languages, 1 days.


Bedell Irish Scholarships, Saturday, June 27.
Kyle Irish Prize, Saturday, June 13.
Premiums in the Irish Language, Wednesday, June 17.
Irish Sizarship Examination, Thursday, June 25.

Bishop Law's Mathematical Premium, Tuesday, June 9.
Lloyd Exhibition, Wednesday, November 11.
M'Cullagh Prize, Thursday, November 19.
Wray Prize in Metaphysics, Friday, November 27.
Hebrew Premiums at Entrance, Wednesday, July 1.

Tuesday, October 13.
Friday, November 6.


Subject for 1857:-" The Reason why the Reformation has not spread, in Europe, beyond its original geographical limits.”

The Essays, with fictitious signatures, are to be given in to the Provost, or the Regius Professor of Divinity, on or before October 16, 1857.

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