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(a) Give a tabular account of the events of Holy Week, as recorded by St. John. Where is the anointing referred to (John ch. xi. v. 2) more fully detailed ? On what occasion was the last witness of the Father vouchsafed ? Under what simile does Christ represent Himself during the Paschal discourse? What promise was then reiterated ? Compare ch. xiv. with the Prologue. Christ was probably examined twice before the Sanhedrim, privately and officially ; On what charge was He ultimately condemned? Why did Pilate reluctantly consent to His execution on a different plea? Why are the appearances of Christ after the Resurrection so carefully enumerated by the Evangelists? How many are given by St. John? What is omitted by him ? Explain “ The Jews preparation day.”.

(6) The Epistle to the Colossians is closely linked with two others by the same author: in one case the conformity is that of doctrine, language, and style ; in the other, the connection is more personal and commonplace. Illustrate this statement. Show that while the great elementary traths of the faith remained unchanged, St. Paul's teaching on matters of detail was modified by further revelations of the Spirit.

III.

(a) We must conclude that God's scheme of moral government is quite beyond our comprehension, yet that our partial ignorance of it cannot be alleged as an invalidation of the proofs of Religion. Did we comprehend this scheme entirely, we might find that the prevailing disorders usually cited as inconsistent with God's justice and goodness, would prove, on the contrary, instances of both. Trace out this argument.

(6) Give Hooker's remarks on the sufficiency of Scripture to its end and on the benefits of a written supernatural law. Distinguish between Natural and Positive laws, showing that the discrimination runs through every sort of law, including the supernatural. What alone can justify change of a divinely appointed law ? Give an example of such change? Is it well to apply to Scripture for every detail of ritual ?

C Give Paley's remarks on the difference of worth observable in the coincidences he offers, and on the purpose of his work. What passages are collated to prove the youth of Timothy; and what others to show that St. Paul regarded preaching to be his special mission ? Why does he conclude that the Apostle visited Troas twice ?

English History.

Junior. (a) FROM THE ACCESSION OF WILLIAM III. TO ACCESSION OF

GEORGE III. (6) GENERAL QUESTIONS.

1. Give a brief account of the course of the war from 1707 to

a 1713.

2. What circumstances led to the fall from power of the Duke of Marlborough?

3. Say what you know of: (i) Sir George Rooke ; (ii) Harley ; (ii) Dr. Sacheverell ; (iv) Sunderland.

4. (i) What was the state of political parties in Anne's reign ? (ü) What do you know of Queen Anne's

character? 5. What were the chief results to England and Scotland of the union of their respective parliaments ?

(6) 6. Give the chief conditions of Magna Charta.

7. What were the principal causes which led to the civil war in the reign of Henry III.? Describe its course briefly from 1258 to 1266.

8. Enumerate some of the chief Statutes of Edward I.

9. What do you know about : (i) The Conquest of Wales ; (ii) The war with Scotland from 1295 to 1314 ; (ii) Civil wars of Edward II.'s reign ?

10. Give the conditions of : (i) The Provisions of Oxford ; (ii) The Ordinances of 1311.

Geography

Junior.
PHYSICAL, POLITICAL, AND COMMERCIAL OF EUROPE AND

GREAT BRITAIN. 1. Draw the course of the Rhine, and mark any six important places on its banks.

2. What provinces belong to South Germany ? Give the boundaries, physical features, and chief towns of Bavaria.

3. Describe Switzerland, as to surface, productions, divisions, government.

4. Give the names, capitals, boundaries, and physical features of the “ Western Counties” of England.

5. Senior Paper, No. 5.

6. What is meant by : (i) glacier ; (ii) moraine ; (iii) snowline?

7. What is a chronometer ? How does time differ as we travel east or west, and why? How can the correct time be ascertained ?

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GEORGE III. (b), GENERAL QUESTIONS. of

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1. Junior Paper, No. 1.
12. How do you account for the supremacy of the Tory party
during the greater part of Anne's reign ? Who were the chief
political leaders on both sides?

3. Describe the offence and trial of Dr. Sacheverell.
4. Give a brief sketch of Scotch affairs during this reign.

5. What do you know of: Steele, Addison, Swift, and their writings? How would you characterize the literature of the reigns of William III. and Anne ?

(6) 6. What events led to the passing of the Great Charter? In what does its chief importance consist ?

7. Junior Paper, No. 7.

8. Compare Edward I. and Henry II. as reformers. Mention the chief Statútes passed under Edward I. What do you know of the Parliaments of 1265 and 1295 ?

9. What claim had Edward I. to act as arbitrator in Scotch affairs ? Who were the claimants to the Scottish throne in 1290, and what were their respective rights ? 10. Write a brief sketch of the reign of Edward II.

Geography

Senior. PHYSICAL, POLITICAL, AND COMMERCIAL OF EUROPE AND 1:17GREAT BRITAIN. 1'" ,

is 1. Give the chief points of contrast between Northern and Southern Germany. Name the South German States.

2. Describe the Government of Germany. Contrast it with that of England, and of Switzerland.

3. What do you know about the history of Switzerland from 1789 to the present time?

4. Give the present political divisions of Switzerland.

5. Draw the courses (i) of the Severn ; (ii) of the Thames ; and put in the most important places on the banks of each.

6. Name the Western and Midland counties of England, and give their capitals. Name the London termini, and six important stations on the Great Western and Midland Railway Lines.

7. Junior Paper, No. 7.

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4. Write a brief account of the American War of Independence. Analyse its causes.

Iga 5. Give a list of six important facts or events concerning each of the following men : Clive, Warren Hastings, Wilkes, Fox, Burke, Canning, Adam Smith. 1

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11 6. Write a short account of one of the Pitts.

. 7. What were the provisions of the great Reform Bill? What further steps in the same direction have since been taken ?

8. What effect 'had the French Revolution on English constitutional progress ?

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English Literature.

Junior.

AS YOU LIKE IT.

1. Explain the following allusions : Cleopatra's majesty; South Sea of discovery; Gargantua's mouth ; painted cloth; Atalanta's heels.

2. Write out in three columns, one giving the derivation, the second the Shakesperian meaning, and the third the modern meaning of the following words :—expediently, naught, still, lined, erring, sad, resolve, bonnet, purchase, device, humour.

3. Give as many examples of grammatical peculiarities from Act III. as you can ; stating in each case in what the peculiarity consists.

4. Quote and paraphrase Orlando's Speech, Act III., Sc. 2, 1. 1-10.

English Grammar.

Junior.

1. Define the word “pronoun.' How are pronouns classified ? Explain each kind, giving examples.

2. Parse fully the pronouns in the following sentence :

“The city is lost," said the people of a town in Germany which had long been besieged, as they saw that there was scarcely any food left for them to eat, and they knew that they could get

no more.

3. Give the derivation of the following pronouns :-none, each either, naught, other, such.

4. Analyse the sentence in No. 2.

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