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Culham (Oxford Diocesan).-Rev. H. Lewis, Culham, Abingdon. Entrance fee, 10 guineas. Various exhibitions and prizes.
Durham (Diocesan). - Rev. S. B. Smith, Training College, Durham. Fees, £5 per annum.
Exeter (Diocesan).—Rev. J. G. Dangar, Exeter. Fee, five guineas for the two years; private students, £23 per annum.
Hammersmith (Roman Catholic).—Rev. T. Graham, Brook Green House, Hammersmith, London. First-class scholars, £2 nos. ; second class, £5.*
Peterborough (Church of England).—Rev. D. Daymond, Peterborough. Entrance fee, £10.
Saltley (Worcester Diocesan).- Rev. F. W. Burbidge, Saltley, Birmingham. Entrance fee, ist class scholars, £6; 2nd class, £8. f
Westminster (Diocesan).-Rev. Dr. Rigg, Wesleyan Training College, Horseferry Road, Westminster, London, S.W. Entrance fee, £8. $
Winchester (Diocesan).- Rev. C. Collier, Training College, Winchester. Entrance fee, £10.
York (York and Ripon Diocesan).-Rev. G. Rowe, York. £5 per annum ; private students, £35 per annum.
For Mistresses only. Bishop's Stortford (Diocesan).-Rev. A. E. Worthey, Hockerill, Bishop's Stortford. Entrance fee, Class I., £3; Class II.,
Brighton (Diocesan). – Rev. H. H. Wyatt, Bolney Vicarage, Hayward's Heath. Entrance fee, £8.
Bristol (Diocesan).—Rev. R. E. Richards, Fishponds, Bristol. Private students, £24 per annum.
Cheltenham (Church of England).-Rev. R. M. Chamney, Cheltenham. Entrance fee, Class I., £8; Class II., £10.
*There is given to every one who enters with a first-class in both religious and secular examinations, the sum of £10, to be expended on clothes and books, or otherwise, under the direction of the Principal ; and to every student who enters with a first-class in one of the examinations in like manner the sum of £5; and the same conditions shall carry the same reward in the second year.
+ There is at Saltley a very large number of exhibitions and prizes.
I The fee is not charged to any candidate who stands No. I or No. 2 on the Scholarship Class List for England ; and only half the fee is charged to any Candidate placed No. 3 to No. 10 inclusive.
Chichester (Bishop Otter's Memorial).-Rev. R. Espinasse, Westhampnett, Chichester. Queen's Scholars, £20 per annum; private students, £35 per annum.
Darlington (British and Foreign School Society).-Alfred Bourne, Esq., Borough Road, London, S.E. Entrance fee, 10 guineas.
Derby (Diocesan).---Rev. T. H. Twist, St. Michael's Vicarage, Derby. Entrance fee, £10.
Durham (Diocesan)..-Rev. W. H. Walter, Durham. Pupil teachers who have passed the scholarship-entrance fee, £ 6; other Queen's scholars, £so.
Gray's Inn Road (Home and Colonial School Society).Rev. J. Joyce Evans, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. Entrance fee, £10; private students, various.
Lincoln (Diocesan).-Rev. Hector Nelson, Lincoln. No fees.
Liverpool (Roman Catholic).—The Principal, Roman Catholic Training College, 96, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool. Entrance fee, £2 tos.
Norwich (Diocesan).—Rev. T. Archbold, Norwich. Entrance fee, ist class scholars, £3; 2nd class, £5.
Oxford (Diocesan).--Rev. H. D. de Brisay, Bradmore Road, Oxford. Entrance fee, ist class, £5; 2nd class, £10.
Ripon (York and Ripon Diocesan).—Rev. E. B. Badcock, Ripon. Entrance fee, £10; or the fee may be paid in quarterly amounts.
Salisbury (Diocesan).- Rev. W. D. Morrice, St. Thomas' Vicarage, Salisbury. Entrance fee, ist class, £4; 2nd class,
Southlands, Battersea (Wesleyan).—Rev. G. W. Olver, The College, Southlands, Battersea, S.W. Entrance fee, 5 guineas; exhibitions, &c., similar to those for male students at Westminster.
Stockwell (British and Foreign School Society).—Alfred Bourne, Esq., Borough Road, London, S.E. Entrance fee, £10.
Swansea (British and Foreign School Society).-David Williams, Esq., Training College, Swansea. Entrance fee, 10 guineas.
Truro (Exeter Diocesan).—Rev. J.R. Cornish, Dr. Barham's, Truro. Entrance fee, £5; private students, £24 per annum.
Wandsworth (Roman Catholic).-T. W. Allies, Esq., 22, Portman Street, London, W. Entrance fee, £2 10.
Warrington (Chester Diocesan).-Rev. Canon Hornby, Training College, Warrington. Entrance fee, £6.
Whitelands (National Society). Rev. J. P. Faunthorpe, Whitelands House, Chelsea, London, S.W. Entrance fee, £8 or £10.
For both Masters and Mistresses. Homerton (Congregational).—The Principal, The College, Homerton, London, N.E. Entrance fee, £10.
For Mistresses only. Aberdeen (Church of Scotland). - Joseph Ogilvie, Esq. Bursars, £2, £5, or £10 per annum ; non-bursars, £20 per annum.
Aberdeen (Free Church).-R. Lumsden, Esq., Aberdeen. Two guineas per quarter.
Edinburgh (Scotch Episcopal, Lochrin House).- Rev. C. Smith, Edinburgh. Entrance fee, £3.
For both Masters and Mistresses. Edinburgh (Church of Scotland, Johnston Terrace).-S. S. Laurie, Esq., 22, Queen Street, Edinburgh. Bursars, £2, £5, or £10 per annum ; non-bursars, £20 per annum.
Edinburgh (Free Church, Moray House).-A. Thomson, Esq., Free Church Educational Committee, Edinburgh. Males, three guineas per annum ; females, two guineas per annum.
Glasgow (Church of Scotland, Dundas Vale).-J. Leitch, Esq., Training College, Dundas Vale, Glasgow. For male students the bursaries cover the expenses ; female students, £2, £5, or £10 per annum for bursars; non-bursars pay £20 per annum.
Glasgow (Free Church).-W. Kedston, Esq., Free Church Training College, Glasgow. Male students, three guineas per quarter; female students, two guineas per quarter.
Auswers to Scholarship Questions.
Two hours and a HALF allowed for this Paper.
(No abbreviations of less than three letters to be used in parsing or analysis.)
Then raising her voice to a strain
The sweetest that ear ever heard,
Wherever her glory appeared.
Fled, chased by her melody clear,
'Twas liberty only to hear.
When he heard the horse stop, “ Come in, Doctor,” said he, “if you have a few minutes to spare ; you were never more welcome.” “I hope nothing ails either Deborah or yourself,” replied the Doctor.
ANSWERS. Raising— Participle incomp. of irreg. verb to raise, describing “she.”
Sweetest-Adjective pure, qual. “ strain,” super. deg.
That-Simple rel. pronoun, meaning “which," third pers., sing. num., objec. case, gov. by “heard," here used as a conjunction.
Broken-Participle comp. of irreg. verb to break, here used as an adjec. qual." chain.”
Wherever-Conjunction, adverbial of place, or conjunctive adverb.
Hung—Verb irreg., intrans., active voice, 3rd pers., sing. num., to agree with “clouds,” past indef. tense, with “ had,” past complete tense, ind. mood.
Clear-Adjec. pure, posit. deg., qual. “ melody."
Liberty-Noun abstract, objec. case, gov. by transitive verb “sung," which here means to celebrate, or speak in praise of.
Only—Adverb of deg., qual. “to hear."
Stop-Verb reg., intrans., infin. mood, governed as an infinitive by trans. verb “ heard.”
Come— Verb irreg., intrans. act. voice, and pers., sing. num., agreeing with “ doctor," pres. indef. tense., imperative mood.
A-Indef. adjective, qual. “ few minutes."
Nothing—Noun com., 3rd pers., sing. num., neut. gen., nom. case, to “ails.”
Ails-Verb reg., transitive, act. voice, 3rd pers., sing. num., pres. indef. tense, indic. mood.
Either-Distributive adjective pronoun.
Yourself— Pronoun personal, reciprocal, 2nd pers., sing. num., mascul. gen., objec. case, gov. by “ails.”
Write in simple prose one of the following passages :(a) I love the season well
When forest glades are teeming with bright forms.
The coming-on of storms.
Comes from the pleasant woods, and coloured wings
The forest openings.