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... 1868 Ditto
IN MEDICINE. Ray, Isanchandra
1869 Medical College. Gupta, Bankabihari
Ditto. Chattopadhyay, Nilmadhab ... 1872 Ditto. Ghosh, Radharaman
At Second L. M. S. Examination, Rs. 40 per month, tenable for two
IN MIDWIFERY. Sarkar, Mahendralal
.. 1861 Medical College. Nandi, Nityananda
Ditto. Keyt, F.
1863 Ditto. Ghosh, Chandramohan
1864 Ditto. Ray, Gopalchandra
Ditto. Chattopadhyay, Gobindachandra 1866 Ditto. Gupta, Mahendranath
Ditto. Goswami, Gopalchandra ... 1869 Ditto.
IN MEDICINE. Sarkar, Mahendralal
1861 Medical College. Nandi, Nityananda
Ditto. Haldar, Kalachand
1863 Ditto. Mitra, Kasikinkar
1865 Ditto. Datta, Haranchandra
Ditto. Ray, Taraprasanna
1867 Ditto. Bandyopadhyay, Rajmohan 1868
At First M. B. Examination, Rs. 32 per month, tenable for two years.
In DESCRIPTIVE AND SURGICAL ANATOMY. Chattopadhyay, Syamacharan ... 1865 Medical College. Ray, Isanchandra
Ditto. Sarkar, Natabar
1875 Ditto. Sadukhan Khirodchandra
1876 Ditto. IN MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY. Peters, C. T.
1866 Medical College. Das, Pramathanath
... 1870 Ditto.
... 1874 Medical College. Syed Hosen
... 1876 Ditto.
IN BOTANY. Gupta, Kalipada
... 1866 Medical College. IN PHYSIOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY. Das, Manmohan
... 1875 Medical College. Mukhopadhyay, Amarchand ... 1876 Ditto.
At First L. M. S. Examination, Rs. 16 per month, tenable for two years
IN DESCRIPTIVE AND SURGICAL ANATOMY. Bandyopadhyay, Rajkrishna ... 1858 Medical College. Bandernaike, A. W. D.
1859 Ditto. Ghosh, Chandramohan
1862 Ditto. De, Akshaykumar
1863 Ditto. Chattopadhyay, Gobindachandra ... 1864 Ditto.
IN CHEMISTRY. Mitra, Nabinchandra
1858 Medical College. Koch, E. L.
1859 Ditto. Rudra, Radharaman
1860 Ditto. Som, Dayalchandra
Ditto. Pal, Janaranjan
Ditto. Datta, Haranchandra
1864 Ditto. Bandyopadhyay, Rajmohan
IN MATERIA MEDICA. McReddie, G. D.
1858 Medical College. Acharyya, Kamikshyanath
Ditto. Haldar, Kalachand
1860 Ditto. Basu, Benimadhab
Ditto. Bandyopadhyay, Jadabchandra 1863
Ditto. Saha, Brajanath
IN BOTANY. Sarkar, Mahendralal
... 1858 Medical College. Nandi, Nityananda
1859 Ditto. Carbery, Joseph
Ditto. Datta, Kedarnath
1863 Ditto. Bosu, Priyanath
.. 1864 Medical College, Ray, Taraprasanna
.. 1865 Ditto. Gangopadhyay, Harischandra ... 1866 Ditto.
S MR. W. YOUNG. Examiners Rev. W. JOHNSON, B. A. (Candidates are recommended to pay particular attention to neat
writing and correct expression). N. B.-The figures in the margin indicate full marks. 1. What do you understand by the title “ Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare ?"
2. What places are the scenes of the following pieces ?
“ The Winter's Tale,” “Macbeth," King Lear," “ Romeo and Juliet,” “Othello"? What indications of the date of the story, and of prevailing religious beliefs do you find in any of them?
3. Explain the following passages :
(a). Choice beauties of Verona who would make him think his swan a crow.
(6.) Under favour of his masking habit, he presumed to take her by the hand.
(c.) It lifted up its head and addressed itself to motion as if it were about to speak. · (d.) He was unable to sit out the rest of the play.
(e.) He would take the ghost's word for a thousand pounds, (.) Sea Nymphs hourly ring his knell.
ig.) He outwent the very heart of kindness, and poured out his bounty as if Plutus... had been but his steward.
(h.) The poor fool ... with his merry conceits, strove to outjest misfortune.
(i.) Regan was made of the same hollow metal as her sister.
(i) He had often interposed his mediation to make up the quarrel without effect.
(k.) A play represented to the life.
(1.) If I can catch him on the hip, I will feed fat the ancient grudge I bear him.
4. Give a brief account of the following characters : Puck, Hermione, Iago, Petruchio.
5. (a.) Change the following into the indirect form:
He said to her “Give me your hand Kate I will go to Venice to buy you fine apparel against our wedding day. Provide the feast, father, and bid the wedding guests. I will be sure to bring rings, fine array, and rich clothes, that my Katharine may be fine : and kiss me, Kate, for we will be married on Sunday,"
(6.)' Change the following into the direct form:
“ The duke pitying the unfortunate father, said, if it were not against the laws, which his oath and dignity did not permit him to alter, he would freely pardon him: yet instead of dooming him to instant death, as the strict letter of the law required, he would give him that day to try if he could beg or borrow the money to pay the fine."
6. In place of the expressions in italics in the following passage, insert other expressions having the same meaning. Underline in your paper the exact words you insert :
“When Lucetta offered the letter to Julia, she would not receive it, and chid her maid for taking letters from Proteus, and ordered her to leave the room. But she so much wished to see what was written in the letter, that she soon called in her maid again, and when Lucetta returned, she said, “What o'clock is it?" .... Julia angry that her maid should thus take the liberty of seeming to know what she really wanted, tore the letter in pieces, and threw it on the floor ordering her maid once more out of the room."
7. Analyse the following sentences :
(a.) “ Hamlet being come to his mother, she began to tax him in the roundest way with his actions and behaviour, and she told him that he had given great offence to his father, meaning the king, his uncle, whom, because he had married her, she called Hamlet's father.”
(6.) “ Full fathom five thy father lies :
Of his bones are coral made:
Into something rich and strange.”
9. Parse the following words in question 7: full, but. Also the following in question 3: about, rest, sister, fat.
10. Distinguish between:
Timid and Cowardly, Distract and Abstract, Unfortanate and Unhappy, Meaningless and Senseless, Strange and Unexpected, Pull and Pluck.