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6. The Candidates for Examination shall be examined in the Irish Grammar, the Four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistle to the Romans, 1st and 2nd Timothy, the Epistle to the Hebrews, and Composition.
7. In the event of there being in any year no Candidate for the Prize, or want of sufficient merit, the interest of the sum so invested in the Funds shall be added to the principal sum. 1854 O'Mahony, Thaddeus. 1856 O’Callaghan, Robert.
1855 Ds. Cooper, Leonard L.
PREMIUMS IN CIVIL LAW.
For the encouragement of the Study of Civil Law, the Board have founded Two Prizes, one of £10, the other of £5, to be given to the best answerers at the Annual Examination held by the Regius Professor. For the subjects of this Examination in the year 1857 see
No Student can be a Candidate for these Prizes, whose name is not on the College Books at the time of the Examination.
Prizemen. 1854 1. Ingrama, T. Dunbar.
1856. 2. Boyd, Walter.
Certificate 3. Butler, William H.
Mulvany, Charles P., schol. 1855 1. Evelyn, Frederick G.,sch.
2. Mulvany, Charles P., sch. Greene, John Baker, £10.
Burke, Édmund, schol. Bradford, Wın., schol., £).
PREMIUMS IN FEUDAL AND ENGLISH LAW.
For the encouragement of the study of Feudal and English Law, the Board have placed at the disposal of the Regius Professor the sum of £15, to be given in two or three premiums, according to the merit of the Candidates, to the best answerers at the Annual Examination held by him. For the subjects of this Examination in the year 1857 see p. 54.
A Premium cannot be awarded to a Student whose name is not on the College Books at the time of the Examination. Candidates for these Premiums, whose names are off the College Books, will
* Law Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1854.
he permitted to replace their names for the day of the Examination, free of charge, upon mere payment of the Junior Bursar's fee.
1854 Ingram, T. Dunbar.
D. O'Haraa, John Patrick.
1856 Reeves, Robert, schol., £10.
Greene, John Baker, £5.
1855 Evelyn, Frederick, schol.
M'Donnell, Randal, schol.
At the Public Medical Examinations held in the Anatomical Lecture-Rooms, the following Students obtained Premiums :
* Law Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1855.
Senior Class. 1. Matthew, Theobald. 2. Little, James.
Junior Class. 1. Booth, Brabazon. 2. Bushman, Frederick.
Anatomy and Physiology. 1. Fitzpatrick, Thomas. 2. Hayes, Thomas.
Practical Anatomy. 1. Jack, Richard George. 2. Fitzpatrick, Thomas.
Surgery. 1. Cruise, Francis. 2. Gribbon, George. 3. Bushman, Frederick.
Anatomy and Physiology. 1. Cary, Henry Thomas. 2. Bushman, Frederick.
Practical Anatomy. 1. Burland, Benjamin. 2. M'Carthy, James.
PRIZES IN CHEMISTRY.
At the annual public Examination held in the Chemical LectureRoom, the following Students obtained premiums :
PRIZES IN BOTANY.
For the encouragement of the study of Botany, the Board have placed the sum of £10 at the disposal of the Professor of Botany, to be given in Premiums to the best answerers at an Examination to be held by him at the end of his Course of Lectures.
1853 Jack, Richard G.
1855 Fitzpatrick, Denis.
1854 Bushman, Frederick.
1856 Ellis, John, £4.
Gregg, John W., £3.
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. Since the year 1849 special Certificates have been awarded to such Students as distinguished themselves at their final Examination in the following departments: (1) Practical Engineering ; (2) Mechanies and Experimental Physics; (3) Chemistry and Geology.
Students to whom special Certificates have been granted.