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(English Composition compulsory, 35 per cent. minimum.)
The Course in English Literature will be
Milton's "Paradise Lost," I. II.
Shakespeare "Hamlet," " Macbeth."
Palgrave's "Golden Treasury of English Songs and Lyrics."
The Course in History will be
Gardiner's "Student's History of England," vols. II. and III.
No candidate is allowed to take up subjects whose maxima added together exceed 1200.
Students who have passed the Intermediate Examination at the Cape University, and who have unsuccessfully competed for South African Exhibitions, shall be permitted to compete again in the following year.
Candidates must send evidence that they are qualified to compete, and a list of the subjects in which they intend to answer, to the Senior Lecturer, at least one week before the date of the Examination.
The examinations will be held in March,
38. Admission of Women to Degrees in the University of Trinity College, Dublin.
Resolution passed by the Senate, June 9th, 1903 :
"That it is desirable that Degrees in the University of Trinity College, Dublin, shall be opened to Women, and that His Majesty's Government be requested to obtain a King's Letter empowering the University to grant Degrees to Women on such terms and conditions as may seem to the Board and Council, within their respective provinces, on full consideration, to be most expedient,'
ROYAL LETTERS PATENT received January 16th, 1904 :
EDWARD THE SEVENTH, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting.
Whereas, We are informed by the Provost and Senior Fellows of Our College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin that the Senate of the University of Dublin have by a large majority prayed that the Degrees of the said University may be conferred upon Women, subject to the regulations and restrictions which the Provost and Senior Fellows of the College and the Senate of the University may hereafter agree to impose.
And whereas, when the Statutes were framed, there being no desire on the part of women to proceed to such Degrees, the wording of the Statutes did not explicitly include or exclude them.
And whereas, nevertheless, the Provost and Senior Fellows of the said College are advised that there are doubts whether the Charter and Statutes of the College can be so interpreted as to permit the conferring of Degrees on women, the words "Studiosi" and Studentes having hitherto and by long practice been interpreted to mean men only and not women.
And whereas they are, nevertheless, desirous to give effect to the resolution of the Senate, and to admit women to Degrees under the regulations and restrictions aforementioned.
Know ye, therefore, that We of Our special grace, certain and mere motion, with and by the advice and consent of Our Right Trusty and Right Well-beloved Cousin and Councillor William Humble, Earl of Dudley, Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order, Lieutenant General and General Governor of that part of Our said United Kingdom called Ireland, do by these Presents authorize and empower the said Provost and Senior Fellows and their successors in office and the said Senate of the University of Dublin and the Caput of the said Senate, and all the members thereof and all other persons or bodies whose concurrence is necessary for the granting of Degrees, to interpret the Statutes of the said College in such a manner that women may obtain Degrees in the said University, all previous laws, ordinances, and interpretations notwithstanding.
And We do hereby for Us, Our heirs and successors, grant and declare that these Our Letters Patent, or the enrolment or exemplification thereof, shall be in all things good, firm, valid, and effectual in law, according to the true intent and meaning of the same, and shall be constructed in all Our Courts in the most favourable and beneficial sense and for the advantage of the said College, anything to the contrary notwithstanding.
Provided always that these Our Letters Present be enrolled in the Record and Writ Office of our High Court of Justice in Ireland, Chancery Division, within the space of six calendar months next ensuing the date of these presents.
In witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent.
Witness William Humble, Earl of Dudley, Our Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, at Dublin, the eighth day of December in the third year of Our reign.
Resolutions adopted by the Board on March 21, 1903, and modified on May 5, 1906:
1. Women shall be admissible to all Lectures, Examinations, and Degrees in Arts, and in the Medical School.
2. All prizes in Arts and the Medical School, except Fellowship and Scholarship, shall be open to women.
3. Non-foundation Scholarships shall be instituted for women, and obtained on conditions similar to those formerly holding good for such Scholarships.
4. The fees for women, both in Arts and in the Medical School, shall be the same as those for men.
5. For Medical Lectures, the Professors of the Medical School shall make such arrangements, subject to the approval of the Board, as they may think best for the instruction of women, either separately or in conjunction with men.
6. Women shall practise Dissections separately from men. Resolution adopted by the Board and Council on May 29 and June 1, 1907 ;—
"That Women shall be admissible to Lectures, Examinations, and Degrees in Law."
The Board adopted on June 4, 1904, the following Resolution regarding Women Students:
Women Students or Graduates of other Universities in which women are given full academic status, are entitled to every privilege granted to men of the same standing.
REGULATIONS WHICH WOMEN STUDENTS OF TRINITY COLLEGE
(Formulated in Hilary Term, 1905; Amended in
As Women Students are now equally admissible with Men Students to Lectures and Examinations, and to the privilege of reading in the Library, they are equally subject to the College
Discipline and Statutes; and in particular, they are expected to observe the following regulations :—
1. Except when entering or leaving College, they shall wear their Academicals in the College Squares and Parks, unless accompanied by a chaperon.
2. Women Students shall not visit at private rooms in College unless accompanied by a chaperon, or with the Provost's sanction in exceptional circumstances.
3. Those desiring private tuition in College will notify the Lady Registrar, who will arrange for it in rooms to be sanctioned by the
4. Rooms have been set apart in Nos. 5 and 6, Trinity College, for the use of Women Students. Their Examination Marks will be posted up in these rooms, which will be closed at 6 o'clock,
5. Women Students attending Lectures must reside either with their parents or guardians in town, or in Trinity Hall, unless by special leave from the Provost. They should communicate with the Lady Registrar at least one week before the commencement of Lectures.
6. All general information as to Lectures, Examinations, and the Special Regulations for Women Students may be obtained from the Lady Registrar as well as from the Tutors.
7. The Lady Registrar will be responsible to the College for the due carrying out of the Regulations, and she will act generally as adviser to the Women Students.
Miss Lucy Gwynn was appointed Lady Registrar on Feb. 4, 1905, and Miss Elizabeth Margaret Cunningham, M.A., Warden of Trinity Hall on May 16, 1908.
RESIDENCE FOR WOMEN STUDENTS.
In the year 1908 the house and grounds, now known as Trinity Hall, were acquired by the University, and established as the official residence for those Women Students who do not reside with their parents or guardians. The adjoining house and grounds have lately been purchased by Mrs. Griffith, and presented to the University, in memory of her brother, Frederick Purser, M.A., F.T.C.D. They will also be ready for occupation in the Michaelmas Term of 1910. In the grounds, which are about 10 acres in extent, the Dublin University Ladies' Hockey and Tennis Clubs have their field and courts; and Trinity Hall thus serves as one of the centres for the use of all Women Students, whether resident or non-resident.
Trinity Hall has direct tramway connexion with Trinity College either by the Palmerston Park or by the Dartry Road line.
Fees for the term of ten weeks for full board and residence, with a study bedroom, are from £12 to £15, according to the size of the room. There are a few double rooms, for which each of the joint-owners pays from £11 to £12. Personal expenses, such as laundry, are not included in these fees.
Further particulars may be obtained from the Warden, Miss Cunningham, M.A., Trinity Hall, Dartry Road.
A number of Studentships, Scholarships, Exhibitions, Prizes, Honors, and Sizarships, are awarded each year to deserving Students, both in the Arts Course and in the Professional Schools. A summary of these is given further on; see under " Summary." It is a condition precedent to the award of every Prize that sufficient merit must be shown.
Some of the Honors and Prizes specially connected with the regular Undergraduate Course are enumerated below. For further particulars concerning these and the other Prizes, see under Honor Courses,' Scholarships,' Moderatorships,' and 'Special Prizes.'
For Prizes obtainable in connexion with Entrance, see § 4.
In the Freshman years two premiums of the value of £1 10s. in books are awarded, one in each class, each Term, for proficiency in Classical Composition, on the recommendation of the Lecturer, to students who have attended not less than five-sixths of the Honor Lectures in Classics and in Classical Composition. No student can obtain more than one prize in any one academic year. Similar prizes are similarly awarded to students in French and to students in German.
The Professor of English Literature is authorized to recommend for a Prize of the value of £2 in books, in Composition, the best Candidate among the Students attending his Class during the Term.
Catechetical Premiums of the value of £2 in books are awarded in accordance with the conditions given under Catechetical Course,' § 40.