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Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Per Majesty.

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DUBLIN:
PRINTED BY ALEX. THOM AND SONS, 87 AND 88, ABBEY-STREET,

FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

1858.

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CONTENTS.

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REPORT,

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APPENDIX:

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I. Report of Public Meeting of the Queen's University in Ireland, held in St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin
Castle, on 3rd October, 1857,

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II. Examination Papers for Degrees, Diplomas, and Honors, in the following order :-
EXAMINATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF A.M.,

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AND HONORS.

Crystallography and Heat: Afternoon, 36 Physiology and Comparative Anatomy, 49
Group I.
Page Zoology and Botany,

36
Natural Philosophy,

49 Latin : Morning—Afternoon,

8
Geology and Physical Geography, 36 Chemistry,

50 Greek: Morning - Afternoon,

10
Logic,
37 Zoology, and Botany,

50
13
English Composition,

Metaphysics,
38 Continental Languages,

50 Continental Languages,

13 Jurisprudence (No. l'and. No. 2), 39
Political Economy,

40

Honor EXAMINATION IN MEDICINE.
Group II.
English Philology and Criticism :

Medicine, .

51 EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF LL.B. Morning-Afternoon, 14.

Surgery,

51 Logic,

14 Law of Property, and Principles of Midwifery, and Diseases of Women Metaphysics,

15
Conveyancing,

40
and Children,

51
16 Jurisprudence,

40 Jurisprudence (No. 1 and No. 2),

Medical Jurisprudence,

52 Political Economy,

17
Equity,

41

Medical Jurisprudence, Materia Medica,
Common and Criminal Law,

41
and Pharmacy,

52
Group III.
Civil Law,

41 Materia Medica, and Pharmacy, 52 Pure Mathematics,

17 Pleading, Practice, and Evidence, 41 Anatomy and Physiology, Senior Class : Mixed Mathematics : Morning-After Constitutional Law,

42
Morning - Afternoon,

52
noon,
18 Colonial Law,

42 Anatomy and Physiology, Junior Class :
International Law,

42
Morning - Afternoon,

53
Group IV.

Natural Philosophy,

53 Physics,

19
Honor EXAMINATION FOR THE

Chemistry,

54 Chemistry,

19
DEGREE OF LL.B.
Zoology, and Botany,

54
Zoology and Botany,
19

Continental Languages,

54 Elements of Geology, Palæontology,

Law of Property and Principles of Physical Geography, Mineralogy, and

Conveyancing,

42 Crystallography, 19 Jurisprudence,

EXAMINATION FOR DIPLOMA IN CIVIL
42

ENGINEERING
Equity,

43 EXAMINATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF A.B.

Common and Criminal Law,
43 Engineering and Architecture,

55
Civil Law,
44 Theory of Motive Powers,

55
Group A. (Compulsory).

44 Pleading, Practice, and Evidence,

Surveying and Mapping, Latin,

56 20 Constitutional Law,

Drawing and Geometry,

56 Greek,

21
Colonial Law,

44 Mathematics : Moring—Afternoon, Continental Languages,

22
International Law,

44
Natural Philosophy,

57
Mathematics,
23

Chemistry,

57
Group B.
EXAMINATION FOR THE DIPLOMA IN

Mineralogy, Geology, and Physical
English,

23
ELEMENTARY LAW.

Geography,

57 Logic,

24

Law of Property, and Principles of Metaphysics, or Jurisprudence and Po

Conveyancing,

45 litical Economy,

EXAMINATION FOR DIPLOMA IN
24
Jurisprudence,

45

AGRICULTURE.
Group C.
Equity,

45 Agriculture : Morning—Afternoon, 58 Natural Philosophy,

Common and Criminal Law,

45 25

History and Diseases of Farm Animals, 58
Chemistry,

Civil Law,
46

58

Surveying and Mapping, 26

Arithmetic,

58
Group D.
Honor EXAMINATION FOR DIPLOMA OF Natural Philosophy,

59 Zoology and Botany,

26
ELEMENTARY Law.
Chemistry,

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Physical Geography,
: 26 Law of Property, and Principles of

Zoology, and Botany,

59 Conveyancing,

46

Mineralogy, Geology, and Physical Honor EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE Jurisprudence,

46

Geography,
OF A.B.
Equity,

47
Latin : Morning-Afternoon,
26 Common and Criminal Law,

47 Honor EXAMINATION FOR DIPLOMA IN Greek: Morning-Afternoon,

28
Civil Law,

47

AGRICULTURE. English: Morning-Afternoon, . 31

Agriculture : Morning—Afternoon, 60 Continental Languages,

31

EXAMINATIONS IN MEDICINE.
Celtic Languages,

History and Diseases of Farm Animals,
32
Medicine, .
47

60

Surveying and Mapping, Pure Mathematics : Morning-After

Surgery,

48
Mathematics,

61 noon,

33 Mixed Mathematics : Morning-After: Midwifery, and Diseases of Women

Physics,

61
and Children,
48 Chemistry,

61 noon,

35
Medical Jurisprudence,
48

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Zoology, and Botany, Physics: Morning - Afternoon, 35 Materia Medica, and Pharmacy,

48 Chemistry: Morning,

Mineralogy, Geology, and Physical
36 Anatomy, .

49
Geography,

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IIL Lists of Persons on whom Degrees and Diplomas have been conferred, and of those to whom

Honors have been distributed,
IV. Ordinance regulating the Conditions, Forms, and Subjects of the Degree, Diploma, and Honor

Examinations, for the Year 1858,
V. Returns of Students attending Medical Schools and Hospitals during the Year,
VI. Estimate of the Sum that will probably be required to defray the Expenses of the Queen's Uni-

versity in Ireland for the Year ending 31st March, 1859,
VII. Cash Account of the Queen's University for the Year ending 20th June, 1858,
VIII. Examiners, elected 19th July, 1858,

IX. Meetings of the Senate for the period of this Report,

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REPORT.

TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE EARL OF EGLINTON AND WINTON, LORD

LIEUTENANT GENERAL, AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND.

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, DUBLIN CASTLE, September 1, 1858.

MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY,

In the absence of the Earl of Clarendon, Chancellor of the Queen's University in Ireland, it becomes my duty, as Vice-Chancellor, in compliance with the provisions of Her Majesty's Charter, to furnish to your Excellency the Report of its condition and progress since the 1st of September, 1857.

In accordance with the Ordinance of the 6th of November, 1856 (as printed in the Fourth Appendix to last year's Report), the Examinations of 1857 commenced on the 15th, and terminated on the 28th of September ; they were principally conducted by printed App. II. papers, copies of which are hereunto annexed.

At the close of the Examinations, at which Seventy Candidates presented themselves, those named in the accompanying lists were duly passed by the Examiners, for the Degrees, Diplomas, and Honors, attached to their respective names, all of which were App.'III. accordingly conferred at a public meeting of the University, held in St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle, on the 3rd of October last.

His Excellency the Earl of Carlisle was graciously pleased to honour this meeting with his

presence. An account of the proceedings on the occasion will be found appended to App. I. this Report, and will present to the notice of your Excellency the important fact, that the number of Queen's College Students who then appeared as Candidates for University Degrees, considerably exceeded those of the like classes, in each of the two preceding years.

The following papers, relating to this University, are also annexed for your

Excellency's information.

The Ordinance regulating the Examinations for the current year.

App. IV.

A return of the Medical Schools which have reported to the Senate.

App. V.

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