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IN MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY, Peters, C. T.

1866 Medical College. Das, Pramathanath

1870 Ditto. Ghosh, Radharanian

1874 Ditto. 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

1862 Ditto. Pal, Janaranjan

1863 Ditto. Datta, Haranchandra

1864 Ditto. Bandyopadhyay, Rajmohan

1866 Ditto.

IN MATERIA MEDICA. McReddie, G. D.

1858 Medical College. Acharyya, Kamikshyanath

1859 Ditto. Haldar, Kalachand

1860 Ditto. Basu, Benimadhab

1862 Ditto. Bandyopadhyay, Jadabchandra 1863 Ditto. Saba, Brajanath

1870 Ditto.

IN BOTANY, Sarkar, Mahendralal

1858 Medical College. Nandi, Nityananda

1859 Ditto. Carbery, Joseph

1860 Ditto. Datta, Kedarnath

1863 Ditto. Basu, Priyanath

1865 Ditto. IN PHYSIOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY. Mitra, Matilal

1864 Medical College. Ray, Taraprasanna

1865 Ditto. Gangopadhyay, Harischandra

... 1866 Ditto.

VI.

EXAMINATION PAPERS.

Entrance Examination,

1878.

Examiners,{

ENGLISH-MORNING.

MR. J. VAN SOMEREN POPE, M. A.

W. YOUNG, ESQ. 1. No clond obscures the summer sky;

The moon in brightness walks on high,
And set in azure every star
Shines, a pure gem of heaven afar !
Child of the earth, oh lift thy glance
To yon bright firmament's expanse ;
The glories of its realm explore,
And gaze and wonder and adore !
Doth it not speak to every sense
The marvels of Omnipotence ?
See'st thon not there th' Almighty name

Inscribed in characters of flame ? (a.) Re-write the above in simple prose, avoiding all metaphorical language. (6.) Analyse the first verse.

Define a preposition. Distinguish between prepositions and adverbs.

(a.) Supply prepositions in the following blanks :The castle form is an oblong and stands

the edge a steep rock, which is washed two sides the river. The walls are flanked eight circular towers, stand. ing themselves each which formerly stood a slender town rising

the top

which hot substances could be poured the assailants below.

(6.) a' You say you wish me well, will you help me then P
(V.) I am going out for a minute or so.
(c.) Well what next ?
(a.) He is very busy otherwise he would join you.

an arm

occur :

I dare say

on

What is the exact force of the underlined adverbs in each of the above four sentences ?

3. Turn the direct narrative in the following passage into the indirect :

(a.) Portia now desired Shylock to let her look at the bond and when she had read it, she said—This bond is forfeited, and by this the Jew may lawfully claim a pound of flesh to be by him cut off nearest Antonio's heart. Then she said to Shylock, Be merciful, take the money and bid me tear the bond. But no meroy would the cruel Shylock show, and he said-By my soul I swear, there is no power in the tongue of man to alter me. Why then Antonio, said Portia, you must prepare your bosom for the knife; and while Shylock was sharpening a long knife, with great eagerness to cut off the pound of flesh, Portia said to Antonio-Have you anything to say? Antonio with the calm resignation said, that he had but little to say, for he had prepared his mind for death.

4. (a ) Write sentences in which the following expressions shall (No sentence will gain a mark that does not convey some meaning.) At the best so to speak

under arms the contrary come what will In short

all things considered at intervals Ins and outs. Once for all of course. (6.) Write sentences that shall bring out the differences in meaning between the expressions in the respective groups below. Inquire of, inquire into; authority, authorities ; give oneself airs ; sing an air; set to, set on to; sit down, set down ; child like, childish ; a speaking likeness, a speaking trumpet ; run out, outrun.

(c.) Distinguish between the following :-Haste, hurry ; later, latter ; old, ancient ; strong, valid ; build, erect, construct ; some time, sometimes.

Write short sentences to illustrate the distinction.

5. Re-write the following, (a) without Imperative, (6) changing the metaphor into a simile, (c) changing the voices of the verbs, (d) changing the added words or phrases into sentences, (e) changing the complex sentences into simple ones.

(a.) Give me the problem and I shall work it. Do what you will, you will not succeed. (6.) Far from the maddening crowd's ignoble strife,

Their silver wishes never learned to stray,
Along the cool sequestered vale of life,

They kept the noiseless tenor of their way, (c.) They refused me the favour. I forgave him his fault. Already I have become deeply ashamed of judgments which I had once pronounced, of idle hopes I had once encouraged, false admonitions or contempts with which once I had sympathized.

(a.) I come merely to see you. He ought to have answered at least one question. Only he came.

(e.) That you say is no answer to my question. After a body has fallen sixteen feet, it moves at the rate of thirty-two feet in the same time. The thing was done and no mention was made of it. Though he had many faults, he was a great man.

6. Punctuate the following and correct the mistakes in spelling. * Every month, every day indead produces its one novellties with the

additionel rest that they are novellties. Every futur year wich will avowedly fale in finding time for its own bookes, how should it find time for diffanct bookes no evry year berries its own litterature.

(6.) Show that you understand the meaning of the above by expressing it in your own words. 7. (2.) Account for the grammar of the following

(a'.) The more, the better.
(b'.) Many a one.
id.) It never rains, but it pours.

.
(d') {When he comes 1 shall tell him all.
(e'.) Am I a dog that I should be treated thus ?

(f.) This is a book of his. (6.) What is meant by the Case Absolute ? Give three examples.

Examiners – { ME, J. WILSON.

ENGLISH-AFTERNOON.

Rev. C. JORDAN.

1. Give the etymology and meaning of the following words :

Infringe, sire, vivisection, lucifer, introduce, assiduous, mon. archy, prince, primeval, friar, corslet, cartoon.

2. (a.) Substitute Saxon equivalents for the following :

Dress, brevity, foliage, curtail, querulous, sentinel, ruminant, deviate, imbibe, benevolence, circulate, deflect.

(6.) Substitute words of classical origin for the following :

Spotless, all-powerful, all-knowing, gods, to bring to nothing, to turn into stone, to root out, what can be seen through, what cannot be seen through, happening exactly at the same time, able to be understood.

3. (a.) What are hybrids ? Mention any four hybrids that are recognized as good English words.

(6.) What is the force of the prefixes in the words :-behead, besmear, before, befall, forbid, forlorn, forget, forego, foretell, proclaim, promote, pronoun ?

(c.) What is the force of the affixes in the following words :Manhood, priesthood, kingdom, freedom, beggar, popular, trustee, globule.

4. Distinguish between the following words, and form sentences to illustrate the meaning of each :

Humility and humiliation. Dependent and dependant. Warlike and hostile. Rout and route. Expect and hope. Loquacity and eloquence. To trip and to trip up. Graceful and gracious.

5. Give the meaning of the following idiomatic expressions, and form sentences to illustrate them :

To take a thing ill. A dead shot. To make good. From hand to mouth. In the long run. Steal a march. To pick a quarrel. A drawn battle. To raise a siege. To bring home a charge.

6. In the following sentences explain the phrases in italics :

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