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Haswell Prize

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History, Lecture Subjects

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Laboratory

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Engineers in Royal Navy

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English, Lecture Subjects

80
English Verse, Medal for

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Entrance Examination for Law, Medi-
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Essays, English

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Evening Lectures - By-laws

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Examination Subjects

125
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for Articled Clerks 134
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212
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of Medicine--By-laws... 21
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28
Fairfax Prizes

166
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140
Fellowship, Wentworth

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Fisher Library

49
Foundations

145
Frazer Bursaries

161
Frazer Scholarship

137, 157
Freemasons Scholarship

135, 155
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Examination Papers Appendix

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Lecture Subjects 122
LČ.B. Examination, Honours at 180

Subjects

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169
LČ.D. Examination, Subjects

21, 132
Law Matriculation Examination 134
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Tenure of Office

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Exemption from

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Lent Term

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Levey Scholarship...

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Librarian

213
Library, Donations to

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Library, Regulations

46
Lithgow Scholarship

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Liversidge Prize

173
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M.E.
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MacCormick, Prize

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Macleay Museum

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Masters of Arts, By-laws

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of Engineering, By-laws 35
of Surgery, By-laws

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Masters of Arts, Alphabetical List 226
Masters of Engineering, Alphabetical
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Masters of Surgery, Alphabetical List 238
Materia Medica and" Therapeutics,
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Materia Medica, Examination Papers

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Mathematics, Lecture Subjects

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Military Commissions

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Mineralogy, Lecture Subjects

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Mining, Lectures

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PREFACE.

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY was incorporated by an Act of the Colonial Legislature, which received the Royal Assent on the 1st of October, 1850. The objects set forth in the preamble are“ The advancement of religion and morality and the promotion of useful knowledge." By this Act it is empowered to confer, after examination, Degrees in Arts, Law and Medicine, and is endowed with the annual income of £5000. Since 1882, this endowment has been supplemented by annual Parliamentary grants for the general purposes of the University, the amount voted for 1896-7 being £2000, and also by grants for special purposes.

By the University Extension Act of 1884 the Senate is empowered to give instruction, and to grant such Degrees and Certificates in the nature of Degrees as it shall think fit, in all branches of knowledge, except Theology and Divinity. The same Act admits women to all University privileges equally with men.

By a Royal Charter issued 7th February, 1858, the same rank, style, and precedence are granted to Graduates of the University of Sydney as are enjoyed by Graduates of Universities within the United Kingdom. The University of Sydney is also declared in the Amended Charter granted to the University of London to be one of the institutions in connection with that University from which certificates of having pursued a due course of instruction may be received with a view to admission to Degrees.

The government of the University is vested in a Senate, consisting of sixteen elective Fellows, and not fewer than three nor more than six “ ex officiomembers, being professors of the University, in such branches of learning as the Senate may from time to time select. Under this power, the Professors of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physiology, and Law, have been constituted “ ex officiomembers of the Senate. A Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor are elected by the Senate from their own body.

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Vacancies in the Senate are filled by means of a convocation of electors, consisting of the Fellows of the Senate for the time being, Professors, Public Teachers and Examiners in the Schools of the University, Principals of Incorporated Colleges within the University, Superior Officers declared to be such by By-law, Masters and Doctors in any Faculty, and Bachelors of three years' standing.

There are four Faculties in the University, viz., Arts, Law, Medicine and Science.

In the Faculty of Arts two Degrees are given--namely, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. The curriculum of study for the Degree of B.A. extends over a period of three years, during which students are required to attend lectures and pass examinations. The subjects of study are the English, Latin, Greek, French and German Languages, Ancient and Modern History, Mental Philosophy and Logic, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Palæontology, Biology, Physiology, &c.

In the Faculty of Law the Degrees of LL.B. and LL.D. are given. The curriculum of study for the Degree of LL.B. extends over five years. The Degree of Bachelor of Law is recognised by the Board for the admission of Barristers in New South Wales as a qualification for admission to the Bar.

In the Faculty of Medicine three Degrees are granted, viz., Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, and Master of Surgery. The course of study for the Degrees of M.B. and Ch.M. extends over a period of five years.

The colony of New South Wales has been declared to be one of the British possessions to which the Imperial Medical Act of 1886 applies, and the Degrees in Medicine and Surgery granted by the University of Sydney are registered upon the Colonial List of the British Medical Register, under section 13 of that Act.

The University of Sydney is recognised as one of the Institutions from which the University of London is authorised to receive certificates for Degrees in Medicine. The University of Edinburgh accepts certificates of attendance on Medical Classes in this University to the extent of three years of professional study, and the Royal College of Surgeons extends a similar

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