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of Finite Differences; Theory of Probability ; Statics and Dynamics ; Hydrostatics ; Hydraulics and Pneumatics; Heat; Optics; Astronomy.

Candidates for Honours in Classics shall be examined in the following subjects :The Greek and Latin Languages :

Æschylus The Seven against Thebes, Eumenides, Persæ, and

Sophocles . Edipus Tyrannus, Edipus Coloneus, and Philoctetes.
Aristophanes The Birds, Clouds, Frogs.
Euripides Phænissæ, Orestes, Iphigenia in Tauris, and Alcestis.

The first and Sixth Books.

Phædo, Protagoras, and Gorgias.

The Ethics, and Poetics.
Æschines and

De Coronâ, and the Midias of Demosthenes.

Sat. 1, 3, 8, 10, 13, 14.

Sat. 2 and 5.

Aulularia, Capteivei, Trinummus.

Andria, Heautontimoroumenos, Adelphi.

The Fifth and Sixth Books.

De Naturâ Deorum, Tuscul. Disput. De Officiis De

Oratore, and the Letters.
Tacitus .. The Annals and the Histories.
Composition in Greek, Latin, and English:

Greek Prose, translation, retranslation.
Latin Prose, translation, retranslation.
English Prose; analysis of any of the subjects selected for examination.

Original composition upon questions arising out of the classical authors

selected for examination. The papers in Classics shall consist of passages to be translated, accompanied by Questions in Grammar, History, and Geography.

EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS. The Examination for the Degree of M.A. shall take place once a year, in May or June.

After the year 1841, no Candidate shall be admitted to the Examination for the Degree of M.A. until after the expiration of one academical year from the time of his obtaining the Degree of B.A. in this University, or in the University of Durham, nor unless he have shewn evidence of having completed his 20th year.

Candidates for the Degree of M.A. shall be examined in one or more of the following branches of knowledge :

1. Classics.
II. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.

III. Logic, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of the Mind, Political Philosophy, Political Economy.

No Candidate shall be approved by the Examiners unless he shew a competent knowledge in one of these branches of knowledge.

The Examination in Classics shall include the following subjects :- The Greek and Latin Classic Authors; Prose Composition in Greek, Latin, and English; Ancient History, and the History of Europe to the end of the eighteenth century.

The Examination in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy shall include the

following subjects :-Algebra, including the Theory of Equations ; Analytical Geometry; the Differential and Integral Calculus; Theory of Probability; Statics and Dynamics ; Hydrostatics; Hydraulics and Pneumatics; Heat; Electricity and Magnetism; Optics; Plane Astronomy; Physical Astronomy.

The Examination in the third Branch shall be left to the discretion of the Examiners.

EXAMINATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES OF PROFICIENCY. Examinations for Certificates of Proficiency shall be instituted in the following subjects :—Architecture; Civil Engineering; Chemistry; Botany ; Geology and Mineralogy; Zoology; Geography, Political and Physical; Nari. gation and Hydrography.

VOLUNTARY THEOLOGICAL EXAMINATION. The Examination shall take place once a year.

No Candidate shall be admitted to this Examination unless he bave previously obtained the Degree of B.A. in this University.

The Examination shall be conducted entirely by means of Printed Papers. Each Examiner shall have the power of putting a Veto upon any question.

No question shall be put to any Candidate bearing upon any doctrinal point disputed between Christians and Christians, and no question shall be so put as to require an expression of religious belief on the part of the Candidate.

No answer or translation given by any Candidate shall be objected to on the ground of its expressing any peculiarity of doctrinal views.

Candidates shall be examined in the following subjects:-1. The Hebrew Text of the Book of Genesis ; 2. The Gospel of St. Luke; 3. Paley's Evidences, Butler's Analogy; 4. Scripture History.

Candidates who shew a competent knowledge in any two out of the four subjects of Examination shall be approved by the Examiners.

The Examination shall take place on Tuesday and Wednesday in the week following the conclusion of the Examination for Honours in Classics; in the morning, from ten to one, and in the afternoon, from three to six.

In the course of the following week, the Examiners shall publish a list of the Candidates who have passed.

The Candidates shall be divided into three classes according to their proficiency, and alphabetically arranged in each class; and books to the value of five pounds shall be awarded to each of the first class.

A further Examination shall be instituted in the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament, the Greek Text of the New Testament, in the Evidences of the Christian Religion, and in Scripture History, for those who have passed this Examination at least two years previously.”


(It will be very interesting to see papers for a theological examination so drawn up as not even to bear upon any point disputed among Christians, or to require an expression of religious belief on the part of the candidate. One can hardly imagine how it can be contrived.-Ed.]



Schools, 462 ; Edinburgh Review_Church
Rates, xiii. 164, 213; Education, xiv. 217,
573; Education, National, xiii. 234, 341,
450, 567 ; xiv. 466, 567, 707, 764 ; Cen-
tral Society of, and the Chapter of Canter-
bury, 575; Schemes, England, xiii. 450,
567, 689; xiv. 567; Ireland, 461; Ember
Days, xiii. 212; Fraser's Magazine and the
Record, xiv. 460 ; General Private Prayer
Union, 220, 300, India, Idolatry in, 347;
Metropolitan University and Dr. Pye Smith,
xiii. 210; M'Hale, Dr., 580; Mill, Dr., and
Bishop's College, 83 ; Address to, 84; Re-
ply to, 86; National System of Education,
Rev. J. Booker on, Letter III., 214; No-
vember 5th, Service for, 77; Alpha's Let-
ter, 8); Dr. Elrington's Letter on, 163;
Alpha’s Reply to ditto, 270; Alpha on, 283;
Prisoners, Tracts for, 579; Quakers--
Church Rates, xiv. 580; Rating Bill, Mr.
Shaw Lefevre's, 215; Registration and
Marriage Bills, xiii. 223; Russell, Lord
John, Letter and Queries, xiv. 578, 688;
Services, Occasional, 100, 159; Society for
Promoting Christian Knowledge, 713; St.
Paul's,' throwing open of, xiii. 223; Wakes

and Festivals, xiv. 213
Church Preferment, Disposal of Higher, xiii.

30, 139, 390, 512, 619; xiv. 12, 269, 383,

Church Rates, Mr. Perceval on, xiii. 521; Mr.

Goode's Reply to ditto, 636 ; Mr. Perceval's
Answer to Mr. Goode, xiv. 38 ; Mr. Goode's
Reply to Mr. Perceval's Answer, 153; Mr.
Perceval in Reply to Mr. Goode, 287 ; Mr.
Goode in Reply to Mr. Perceval, 400; Mr.

Swan on, 655
Churchwardens, on Dissenting, xiv. 792
Coddington, Mr., on Oxford Deacons, xüi.

Cologne, Conduct of the Archbishop of, xiv.

249, 378
Common Law, on the Meaning of the Term,

xiv, 761
Communion, Administration of, xiii. 47;

Variations in the Order for the Adminis-
tration of, xiv. 774 ; Communion, Frequent,
xiii. 43; Service, Rubric of the, xiv. 778;

Presbyterian Mode of Administering, 779
Confirmation, Appendix to the Paper on, xiii.
Davies, Mr., Answer to Questions, xii. 4:26,


Absolution, on the, xiv. 788
Altar and Sacrifice, xiii. 40
Altar, the term, xiv. 545
Analecta Theologica, Mr. Trollope's, xiii.

279, 418
Ancient Authors, Dr. Wordsworth on their

publication, with English Notes, xiii. 244
Assessments, Parochial, xiv. 296
Assistance, an Offer of, xiv. 551
Athelstan, King, Copy of the

ospels in
Lambeth Library, xiv. 141
Austen, Mr., on Mr. Shaw Lefevre's Bill, xiv.

298, 521,654

Balaam, the Dwelling of, xiii. 530, 653
Balls, Clerical Attendance at, xiii. 165, 536,

539; xiv. 26, 29, 30, 169, 283, 285, 309,

Baptism, xiii. 156
Baptismal and Communion Services, the Old

Lutheran, xiv. 125
Baptisms, Scotch, xüi. 646; xiv. 39, 541,545,

Barnabas, St., Remarks on the Epistle of, by

the Rev. W. Fitzgerald, xiii. 502
Benediction, Meaning of the, xiii. 154, 416
Bibles, Popish, on Sir Charles Wolseley's Ac-

count of them, xiy. 762
Bishops, Suffragan, xiii. 48
Bread Monopoly, the, xiv. 136
Bull, Bishop, Extract from Nelson's Life of,

xiv. 171
Butler, Bishop, MSS. of, xiv. 768
Cathedral, the, xiü. 654
Cathedral, St. David's, xiv. 304
Catholics, Controversy with Roman, xiv. 174
Catholics, Roman, in England, their inter-

course with the Eastern Church, xiv. 286
Chapels, on Marriages in, xiv. 772
Churches, Reverence to, xiii. 416
Church Fasting and Temperance Society, xiii.

Church Homage, the Term, xiv. 545
Church Matters, xii. 77, 204, 337, 450, 567,

689; xiv. 99, 213, 347, 462,567, 707 ; Ad-
ditional Curates' Fund, xiii, 221 ; Additional
Curates, Society for the Employment of,
340; Bath Church-of-England Lay As-
sociation, 222; Birch, Dr., Petition of, xiv.
99; Braintree Case, Church Rates, xiij.
700; Brighton Herald, the, and the Stand-
ard, xiv. 348; British Critic, the, xiv. 219;
Brougham's, Lord, Education Bill, xiii. 90
Chichester, Cathedral of, xiv. 219; Church
Commissioners, xiii. 337; Church, Condi-
tion of the, 204; Church of England, in
North America, 701; Church Rates-
Quakers, xiv. 580; Devon and Exeter

654; xiv. 801
Conversion of John Thauler, a Dominican

Monk, xiii. 26, 129, 608 ; xiv. 5

Darenth, Waldenses in, xiv. 387
Dark Ages, Scripture Readers in, xiii, 133
David's, St., See of, in the Twelfth Century,

xiv. 422
Davison, Mr., MSS. of, xiy. 768

Deacons, Office of, xiii. 45 ; xiv. 786
Divinity, on Reprinting Standard Works on,

xiv, 796
Dominus Deus Noster Papa, xiii. 652 ; xiv.

37, 173, 425

Ecclesiastical Canons, Royal Prerogative in

making, xii. 253
Ecclesiastical Historians, a Brief Account of,

xii. 1, 113, 374
Ecclesiastical History, Sources of, xiii. 603;

xiv. 1, 131
Edinburgh Review, Church Rates, xiii. 164,

213; Mr. Goode's Reply to, 363, 492
Education, Central Society of, xiv. 685
Education, National, on, xix. 764
Egypt, Wilkinson's, xiv. 797
Ember Seasons, Observance of, xii. 49; xiv.

32, 34
E1 gland, Waldenses in, xiv. 531
Episcopacy, Primitive, xiv, 782
Eucharist, Officiating Minister's Reception of,

xiii. 155
Exorcism, Puritan, xiv. 489, 743
Extreme Unction, Query relating to, xiv. 300,


Fathers, the, Rev. J. Medley's Remarks on

Mr. Cunningham's Speech, xiii. 645
Fifteenth Century, Devotional Writings of,

xiv. 257
Footpaths in Churchyards, on Stopping up,

xiv. 530
Fox, the Martyrologist, his Conduct in the

Frankfort Troubles, xiii. 412
Frampton, Life of Bishop, xiv. 427
Froude, Remains of the late Rev. R. H., xiv.


Logic, Mr. F. W. Newman's Treatise on, ii.

Luke xxi: 32, True Interpretation of, ris.

Lutheran Baptismal and Communion Ser-

vices, the Old, xiv. 125
Lydd, Extract from Parish Register, xiv. 388
Magic, Egyptian, xiii. 37
Matthew xxiv. 34, Remarks on,

Maitland, Rev. S. R., Remarks on Fox's Acts

and Monuments, xiii. 12, 122, 254, 385,

Marriage, Bans of, Forbidden for Scandalous

Conduct, xii. 533, 648; xiv. 45, 166 ;

Prohibition of, xiv.312
Matthias Flacius Illyricus, Fidelity of, xii.

Metcalfe, Mr., in Reply to Mr. Austen, xiy.

Milton, Mr. St. John's edition of, xiv. 171

Mother of God," on the title of, xiv. 678
Municipal Bill, Sale of church property under

the, xiv. 419
Music Meeting, Gloucester, xiv. 202
Nonjurors, intercourse with the Eastern

Churches, xiv, 415
Nuremburg, Diet of, xiv. 41
Occasional Services, xiv. 100, 159
Ordination, Presbyterian, Rev. J. C. Cros-

thwaite on Mr. Faber's views of, xiv. 398;
Mr. Faber's reply to, 532; Mr. Crosthwaite's

reply to Mr. Faber, 633; Primitive, 782
Ornaments of Ministers, xiv. 784.
Paris, Episcopal Church in, xiv. 416, 676
Parish-clerks, xüi. 424
Parsonage-houses, Loans for, xiv. 39
Paulicians, the Rev. J. G. Dowling on Mr.

Faber's account of, xiv. 393; Mr. Faber's
reply, 532; Mr. Faber's Postscript, 642;

Mr. Dowling's reply to Mr. Faber, 645
Peter, St. 1 Epistle, iii. 19, Remarks on, xiv.

Genesis, on Chapters x. xi., xiv. 528, 792
Tevea, Meaning of the Word, xiv. 790
Georgius Hamartolus, xiv. 176
Geraldine, a Tale of Conscience, xiii. 278
Gloucester Music Meeting, xiv. 303
Gospel, Doxology at the, xiii. 54
Gowns, on Preaching in, xiv. 785
Grassington in Craven, xiv. 424

Hebrew Typography, xiii. 651
Heresy, Tendency of some Modern Views to,

xiv. 794

Illegitimate Children, Churching after, xiv.

Pharisaism and Lay Teaching, xiii. 280
Pietas Londinensis, xiii. 263
Placards, Charity-Sermon, xiv. 426
Pope Julius III., Advice of the Bishops to, xiv.

Pope, Rev. Joseph Mendham on the Titles of,

xiv. 37
Popery and the Scriptures, xiv. 175
Popish Bibles, on Sir C. Wolseley's Account

of them, xiv. 762
Postage, High, Moral Effect on the Poor, xiv.

Prayer, Bidding, xiv. 797; Daily, xii. 43,

398; Extempore, xiv. 524 ; for Church Mili-

tant, omission of, xiv. 418, 769, 770
Prayers and Lectures, Week-day, xiv. 548
Private-Prayer Union, General, xiv. 220, 300
Prologues, Early Specimens of, xiv. 339
Protestant Dissenters' Catechism, Remarks on,

xiii. 20
Questions, xiii. 301, 542
Rabbinic Jewens, Social and Religious Condi-

tion of the, xiji. 483

Interference, Legislative, xiv. 47
Irish Language, Service in, xiii. 528

Jesuits, the, xiv. 681

Knox, John, xiii. 270

Lands and Tithes, Rating of, xiii. 403 ; xiv.

40, 294, 297, 298, 521, 647, 654
Leeds, Rev. Dr. Hook on Occurrences at,

xiv. 23
Legends, Popish, xiv. 369, 503
Leiters on the Church of the Fathers, No.

XXI., xiii, 118

Record Newspaper, the, xiii. 159, 406
Registers, Diocesan, xiii. 424
Registration Bill, xin. 635
Responses in Church, xii. 424; xiv, 163, 164
Rome, Church of, appropriate Appellation of

its Members, xii. 52
Rome, Church of, Church-of-England View

of, xiv. 550
Rome, Church of, Inquiry respecting, xiii. 535

A November Scene, xiii. 33; Christian Re-
serve, 34; Translations from Bunsen-
Christmas Hymn, 35; New Year's Hymn,
36; The Death of the Faithful Servant, 37;
Increase of Enemies of the Church, 145;
Pastoral Disappointment, ib.; Ministerial
Patience, 146; Psalm cxxiii., ib.; The
Rising of the Floods, 147; Advent Hymn,
ib.; The Pastor's Helpmate, 267; Hope,
ib.; Hymn from Bunsen's Gesang-und-
gebet-buch, 269; Heavenly igns, 398;

The Voyage of Life, 400; The Watchman
of the City, ib.; An Image, ib. ; Hymn
from Bunsen for Lent, 401; Ideal Anticipa-
tions, 518; To a Robin, 520; A Church-
man's Private Meditations, 623; Passion-
week Hymn, 625 ; Easter Hymn, ib.; The
Country Pastor- The Return, xiv. 16;
Death of the Infant, 17; To a Lost Child,
ib.; Bereavement, ib.; Consolation, 18; A
Churchman's Private Meditations--A Walk
to the Sea, 18; A Waking Thought, 19;
The Aged Parishioner, ib.; Holy Martyrs,
21; Hymn from Bunsen's Collection, 21;
The Country Pastor- The September Noon,
147; The October Night, 148; A Novem-
ber Storm, ib.; A December Night, ib.; A
Thought from Mr. James Bonnel, 149; An.
Evening after a Snow Storm, ib.; Reflec-
tion on the same, ib.; A Christmas Hymn,
150; Ode to the Church Catholic, 151 ; The
“Blessed Reformatian" of 1644, 279; Pri-
mitive Discipline, 280; The Solitary Wor-
shipper, 281; The Return of Prayers, 281;
The Watchman, 282; The Will of the
People, 283; The Voice of Waters, 390;
Hymn from the Latin, 391 ; Lines to a
Lady on Miles Coverdale, 392; Futurity,
ib.; An Antheme or Prayer for the Preserua-
tion of the Church, the Queene's Maiestie,

and the Realme, 393; A Song of Reioysing
for the Prosperous Reigne of our Most Gra-
tious Soveraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth,
394; The Patience and the Faith of the Saints,
511; Psalm xliii., ib.; “ Via Pacis,” 512;
Sonnet un Petra, ib.; Translation of Latin
Hyinns —“Pulsum supernis Sedibus,” 513;
“Quod lex adumbravit vetus," ib.; Unus
bonorum fons, Deus, omnium," ib.; Jour-
ney of the Israelites, 630; Railway Sonnets,

632; “Let there be Light," ib.
Services, the Special, xiii. 418
Smith, Dr. Pye, and the Examination in the

Greek Testament, xiii. 526
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,

Essex Memorials to, xiii. 271, 627
Sodor and Man, See of, xiii. 53
Sponsors, Offices of, xiii. 157
Sunday Wake, Exposition of, xiv. 690
Sunday Wakes and Feasts, xiii. 50
Taylor, Bishop, Genuineness of his Contem..

plations on the State of Man, xiv. 302, 416
Tewkesbury Church, xiv. 622
Thauler, John, a Dominican Monk, Conversion

of, xiii. 26, 129, 608; xiv. 5
Thoulouse, Mr. Maitland on the Council of, by

Mr. Evans, xiii. 291 ; Mr. Maitland's reply

to ditto, 298; Canon of, 415, 531
Times, Talk of the, xiv. 9, 737
Timothy, I, vi. 13, Remarks on, xiv. 689, 737
Tithe Property, Archdeacon Wollaston on its

Assessment to the Poor-rate, xii. 246
Tithes, xiv. 419; Commutation of, xiii. 253,

524; Rating of, xiii. 403, xiv. 40, 294, 297,

298, 521, 647, 654, 758, 760
Tracts, Importance and Mode of Circulating,

xiv. 799
Tradition, xiv. 514, 670
Typography, Hebrew, xiii. 651

Vestments, Ecclesiastical, xiy. 784
Voltaire, xiv, 266, 498, 617

Waldenses, History of, xiv. 538; in England,

xiv. 531, 753
Week-day Prayers and Lectures, xiv. 548
Wills, New Form of, xiii. 54
Wilson, Bishop, Memoranda, xiv. 680
Wycliffe M.S. in Trinity College, Dublin, xiv.



Abricht, Johan : Divine Emblems, after the

manner of Quarles, xiii. 545
Adams, Dr. R. N.: The Opening of the

Sealed Book in the Apocalypse, xiv. 438
Alstone, Rev. G. : Israel Captive, xiv. 697
Anderson, Rev. James S. N. : Sermons on

Various Subjects, xiii. 60
Anderson, W., Esq. : Landscape Lyrics, xiv.



Bennett, Rev. J.E: Sermons on Miscellaneous

Subjects, xiv. 58
Bevan, Dr.: The Honey Bee, xiv. 190
Bible Quadrupeds, xiii. 321
Bickersteth, Rev. E.: Christian Fathers of

the First and Second Centuries, xiii, 542;
Christian Truth, xiv. 700; Letters of the
Martyrs, xii. 67; True Strength of Mis-

sions, xiv. 565
Bickersteth, Rev. J.: Guide to the Church-

man, xiii. 314
Billroth, Dr. G. : Commentary on the Epistle

to the Corinthians, xiii. 311
Blessington, Countess of, Heath's Book of

Beauty, 1838, xiii, 59

Bacon, T.: The Oriental Annual, 1839, xiy.

Bauer, Professor : The Theology of the Old

Testament, xiv. 189
Bell, T. : History of British Reptiles, xiii. 439

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