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account of the comparatively small number of failures, but also on account of the high average of credits obtained by the successful Candidates, and the greater proficiency they have displayed in the 1st Section of Mathematics.
Tables 1, II, and III contain respectively the number of Candidates examined in each subject, the List of successful Candidates, and the General Report of Marks gained by every Candidate in the subjects he took up.
Extracts are also annexed at page xv from the reports of some of the Examiners, which the Council hope may prove useful to future Candidates.
(Signed) F. W. HAMILTON, Major-General,
F. ABBOTT, Major-General.
T. ELWYN, Colonel.
J. E. ADDISON, Colonel.
13, Great George Street, S. W., 5th February, 1864.
* In consequence of the withdrawal of Nos. I and III, the names of these gen-