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Vyása and Sankara, .. Vedanta Sútras with Sánkara

Bháshya I. Adhyáya, 4th

Páda. Rig Veda Sanhitá, 1 Ashtaka, 1 to 4 Adhyayas. Mammata Bhatta,

Kávya Prakóísa. Vishwanatha Tarkapanchánana,

Bhasha Parichchheda and

Siddhanta Muktávalí. Vachasphati Misra,...... Tattwa Kaumudi. Pánini,...

.Káraka and Samása as in the

Siddhanta Kaumudí.


History. As a period :

1. The History of Europe during the 16th century.

It is recommended that the following authors and books be consultedFor History of England.-Hume, Froude, Charles

For France.—Michelet, Crowe.

Spain.-Robertson's Charles V. Prescott's
Philip II.
Italy.-Roscoe's Leo X Sismondi's Italian
Holland.-Motley's Rise of the Dutch Republic.

United Netherlands.
Germany.—Ranke's History of the Reformation.

Ferdinand I. and Maximilian

of Austria.

2. Constitutional History of England (as in IIallam). 3. History of Modern Civilization (as in Guizot). 4. Political Economy. 5. Taylor's Historical Evidence.


History. As a period

The History of England from 1760 to 1832. (a). Hallam’s Constitutional History of England. (). Guizot's History of Modern Civilization. (c). Political Economy. (). Taylor's Historical Evidence. al


Marshman's History of India, Vol. I.

Yonge's Landmarks of Ancient History (omitting Introductory Chapter).

1871. Dr. Collier's History of the British Empire (Nelson's School Series). Marshman's History of India, Vol. I. FIRST EXAMINATION, 1870.

II story.

Student's Hume.


Taylor's Student's Manual of Ancient History.


Psychology and Logic. Psychology, as in Reid's Inquiry, or in Abercrombie's Intellectual Powers. Logic-as in Fowler (Clarendon Press Series). B. A. EXAMINATION, 1871—1873.

History. Elphinstone's History of India.

Macfarlane's “British India," or Marshman's History of India, Vol. 2.

Schmitz's Greece and Rome.

History of the Jews, as in Taylor's Manual of Ancient History, Chapter 5, and Chap. 12, Section VII.

1874. History of England (Student's Hume). Elphinstone's History of India.

Macfarlane's “ British India," or Marshman's History of India, Vol. 2.

Mental and Moral Science, 1871.
Payne's Elements of Mental Philosophy.
Wayland's Moral Philosophy.
Whately's Elements of Logic.

1872. Hamilton's Metaphysics. Fleming's Moral Philosophy.

Zoology and Comparatire Anatomy. Milne Edward's Zoology, Parts I and II.


Pure Mathematics. Algebra, as in Todhunter or Wood, omitting the theory of Probabilities and Indeterminate Equations of a degree higher than the first.

Trigonometry, as in Todhunter, omitting Articles 318 to the end.

Theory of Equations, as in Todhunter, Caps. IXVIII. Articles 212—248 and Cap. XXV. to the end.

Geometry of two dimensions, as in Turnbull and Salmon, with the exception of Involution, Infinitesimals and Projections.

Geometry of three dimensions, as in Aldis, omitting Cap. IX. on Functional and Differential Equations to families of surfaces : or the corresponding propositions in Frost and Wolstenholme.

N. B. Tetrahedral and Quadriplanar coordinates will not be required.

Differential Calculus, as in Todhunter.

Integral Calculus, as in Todhunter, Caps. I-IX. omitting Articles 90–96.

Differential Equations, only as required for the propositions in which they appear.

Spherical Trigonometry, as in Todhunter, Caps. IVIII. and Cap. XII. N. B. All limits are inclusive.

Mixed Mathematics. Statics, as in Parkinson and Todhunter, with the exception of Poisson's proof of the parallelogram of forces, Lagrange's proof of Virtual Velocities; also

Caps. VII, IX, and the articles upon the attraction of Spheroids, Ivory's Theorem and Potentials.

Particle Dynamics, as in Tait and Steele, omitting Caps. VI. XI, XII, the more complicated problems of constrained motion upon surfaces, and all propositions involving the application of the Calculus of Variations.

Hydro-mechanics as in Besant's elementary treatise with the exception of the theory of sound; also the larger treatise of the same author, omitting Caps. VII, X, XII, and all propositions involving the Dynamics of a rigid body.

N. B. In Cap. VIII. only propositions involving resolution along lines of motion are required.

Optics, as in Parkinson, omitting the formulæ for the calculation of spherical aberration, and the propositions at the end of Cap. VI. on refraction and reflexion at different surfaces in any manner.

Astronomy, as in Main's Practical and Spherical Astronomy, with the exception of the articles mentioned below.

Articles 17, 17—19, 33, 36.


11, 12. VI. (1)


9-12. VI. (3)

10–11, 19, 24, 25. VII.

7-15, 18. VIII.

9–11, 16–21. X.

6-8, 34-36. XI.

12 to end.

Cap. II.

VI. (2)

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