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Queen's Scholarship and Certificate Examinations,
Being Instructions and Hints to those who intend to
qualify as Teachers, with Advice as to the best manner
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BASED UPON EUCLID, BOOKS I.-IV. The Scholarship Euclid Paper for a year, worked out in full, with Diagrams, and over 160 Deductions selected from Mathematical Public Examinations, also worked out in full, as examples for the student.
This work furnishes the most copious collection of Deductions from Euclid ever pub. lished. The examples are selected from Public Examination Papers, extending over a great number of years, and embracing the Cambridge Mathematical Tripos, London University Matriculation, Science and Art Department, Queen's Scholarship, Certificate, &c.
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TRAINING COLLEGE FEES AND CORRE
SPONDENTS. UNLESS otherwise mentioned, the fees are for the two years, not for each year; they do not, however, as a rule, include the cost of books.
In many cases there are exhibitions or prizes, of greater or, less value, by which capable students may re-earn a large proportion of their expenses.
For Masters only. Bangor (British and Foreign School Society). — Correspondent, Rev. R. Rowlands, Bangor. Entrance fee, seven guineas.
Battersea (National Society).—Rev. E. Daniel, Battersea, London, S.W. Entrance fee, £1o.
Borough Road (British and Foreign School Society).--Alfred Bourne, Esq., Borough Road, London, S.E. Entrance fee, Io guineas.
Carmarthen (National Society).-Rev. W. H. Parry, Carmarthen. No fees.*
Carnarvon (Church of England).—Rev. J. S. Boucher, Carnarvon. Queen's Scholars from the dioceses of either Bangor or St. Asaph pay £i per quarter, all others £3 25. 6d. per quarter.
Chelsea, St. Mark's (National Society).—Rev. J. G. Crom- ' well, St. Mark's College, Chelsea, London, S.W. Entrance fee, £io.
Cheltenham (Church of England).-Rev. R. M. Chamney, Cheltenham. Entrance fee, £8 for Class I., £10 for Class II. f
Chester (Diocesan). – Rev. Chancellor Espin, Wallasey Rectory, Birkenhead. Entrance fee £8; private students, £30 per annum.
* At Carmarthen, a Queen's Scholar, besides being entirely provided for during his course of two years, has an opportunity of gaining, by a competitive examination, one of eight exhibitions, in each year, varying in value from £ 10 to £3.
+ There are exhibitions for each year, varying in value from £10 to £5. Private students, i.e., those who have not passed the scholarship examina tion, may enter the college for £40 per annum.