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V.-M.B. EXAMINATION.

A Medal is awarded to the student who exhibits the greatest proficiency at the M.B. Examination, if of sufficient merit.

1892-Dick, Robert

1894-Craig, R. G.

1896-Dixon, G. P.
1898-MacPherson, J.

VI.-B.Sc. EXAMINATION.

A Medal is awarded to the student who exhibits the greatest proficiency at the B.Sc. Examination, if of sufficient merit.

1894—Watt, J. A., (Geology and Palæontology).

VII.-M.E. EXAMINATION.

A Medal is awarded to the most distinguished candidate in the Honour Examination for the Degree of Master of Engineering, if of sufficient merit.

1892-Vicars, James

1894-Dare, H. H.

1896-Bradfield, J. J. C.

VIII.-B.E. EXAMINATION.

A Medal is awarded to the student who exhibits the greatest proficiency at the B.E. Examination, if of sufficient merit.

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A Medal of the value of £10 is given by the University for the best composition in English Verse. The competition for this medal is open to all Undergraduates and Bachelors of Arts of not more than two years' standing.

1892-Brereton, John le Gay

1 1893-Brereton, John le Gay

X.-UNIVERSITY PRIZE FOR PHYSIOGRAPHY.

A University Prize of the value of £5 is awarded to the student of the First Year who passes the best class examination in Physiography, if of sufficient merit.

1891-Blatchford, T.
1892-Whitfeld, Eleanor M.

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Thompson, Alexr.

1893-Murray, Florence J.

1894-Darbyshire, Taylor

Hansard, Edith H., prox. acc.

1895-Evans-Jones, D. P.
1896-Harker, G.

1897-Rutherford, Florence M.
Mutton, I., prox. aec.

XI.-UNIVERSITY PRIZES AT PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.

Prizes of £20 and £10 were appropriated annually by the Senate until the year 1894 for the greatest proficients amongst the male candidates at the Senior and Junior Public Examinations. A Prize of £5 is now offered for competition amongst the greatest proficients in the Junior Examination, the Prize for Seniors being withdrawn. The limit of age for Juniors is seventeen years.

1891-Dixon, Graham P.
Hall, Edwin C.

Rowland, Norman de H.
Simpson, Edward S.

SENIOR PRIZE.

Roberts, Francis J., prox. acc.

1891-Whitfeld, Hubert E.

Stewart, D. G., prox. acc.

1892-Kelly, E. H.

Grant, R. W., prox. acc. 1893-Teece, R. C.

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JUNIOR PRIZE.

1894-Robson, Reginald N.
1895-Brown, Claude S.

Woodd, George N., prox. acc.

1896-Teece, R. N.
1897-Griffiths, J. N.

PATHOLOGY.-Prizes, given by Dr. W. Camac Wilkinson, for proficiency in Pathology.

1891-Smith, G. E.

1892-Craig, R. G.

1894-Halliday, J. C.
1895-Dixon, G. P.

1896-MacPherson, J., M.A., B.Sc.

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.-Prizes presented by Dr. Thomas Dixson.

1894-McClelland, W. C., B.Sc.

Harris, L. H. L.

1895-MacPherson, J., M.A.

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1896-Brennand, H. J. W., B.A. 1897-McLean, G.

Burfitt, W. F., prox. acc.

ENGLISH.-Prizes of £2 10s. each, given by Professor MacCallum, for English Essays in the First and Second Years, and of £10 for proficiency in English in the Third Year.

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BIOLOGY.--Prizes of £2 2s., given by Professor Haswell, for

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* The names of those who gained prizes before the year 1891 will be found in the

University Calendar for 1893. (a) Second prizes given by Mr. A. W. Jose.

BIOLOGY.-A Prize of £1 1s., given by Professor Haswell, for excellence in Laboratory notes.

1895-Holmes, H. G. Durack, W. J. Harris, W. E.

æq.

1896-Humphery, E. M.
1897-Muscio, A.

BOTANY.-Prize of

£2 2s., given by Professor Haswell, for proficiency in Botany.

1892-MacPherson, J.

GEOLOGY.-Prize of £10, given by Professor David, for proficiency in Geology.

1891-Ledger, W. H.

1892-Andrews, E. C.

1893-Simpson, E. S. (2nd Year) Watt, J. A. (3rd Year)

1894-Brearley, J. H. D. (2nd Year) Burfitt, W. F. (3rd Year)

1895-Griffiths, F. G. (1st Year)

Graham, Mabel (1st Year) Shortland, W. A. (2nd Year) 1896-Woolnough, W. G. (2nd Year)

1897-Waterhouse, G. A. (2nd Year) Woolnough, W. G. (3rd Year)

SURGERY.-Prize of £10, given by Dr. MacCormick, for pro

1891-Luker, D.

.892-Studdy, W. B.

ficiency in Surgery.

1893-Halliday, J. C.

ANATOMY.-TWO Prizes of £5 each, given by Professor Wilson, for proficiency in the Class Examinations in (a) General and Descriptive Anatomy and (b) Regional and Surgical Anatomy respectively.

1891-(a) Robison, E. H.

(b) Smith, G. E.

1892-(a) Dixon, G. P.
(b) Craig, R. G.

PHILOSOPHY.-A Gold Medal, of the value of £10, given by Professor Anderson, M.A., for the best essay on a philosophical subject; competition to be open to all Bachelors of Arts of not more than two years standing.

1891-Davis, Henry, B.A.

1892-Davis, Henry, B.A.

1894-Pratt, F. V., B.A.

Henderson, G. C., B.A.,prox.

acc.

1895-Barron, J., B.A.

1896-Cowan, D., B.A.

1898-Wallace, D., B.A.

CHEMISTRY.-Prizes of £5 and £3 38. respectively, given by Professor Liversidge, for proficiency in Chemistry amongst Evening students.

1893-Barry, H. de B. Dennis, J.

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1897-Quaife, C.

LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY.-Prizes of £5 each given by

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HISTORY.—Prize of £5, given by Professor Wood for proficiency

1894-Dennis, J.

in History.

1896-Bloomfield, Elsie I'A. 1897-Lance, Elisabeth A.

1895-Doust, Edith L.

1898-Teece, R. C.

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