mann, Der Oberhof (Pitt Press). Add. for Honours.-Literature of the 16th Century; Hans Sachs, Vol. II. Goedeke and Tittmann (Brockhaus); A. Gryphius, Dramatische Werke, Goedeke and Tittmann. GERMAN-1899. Junior Course, Pass.-Composition: Buchheim's Materials; Kleist, Prinz von Homburg (Reklam); Heine, Lieder und Gedichte (Macmillan). Add. for Honours.-Schiller, Braut von Messina (Nutt); Heinrich Stilling's Jugend, etc. (Spemann); German Historical Grammar. Senior Course, Pass.-Composition: Buchheim's Materials; Lessing, Hamb. Dramaturgie (Hachette); Goethe, Hermann und Dorothea (Pitt Press); Schiller, Braut von Messina (Nutt); Heinrich Stilling's Jugend, etc. (Spemann). Add. for Third Year Students. Schiller and Goethe, Correspondance (Hachette). Add. for Honours.-Early German Literature; Bachmann, Mittelhochdeutsches Lesebuch (Höhr, Zurich). ENGLISH-1898. 11.-First Year.-Lectures on English Language, Composition and Style. Sweet's Selections from Chaucer (Second Middle English Primer. Clarendon Press). Shakespeare, Richard II. (Clarendon Press). 12.-Second Year.-History of Literature from Chaucer to Milton, with special reference to the Elizabethan Drama. Set Books: Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, ed. Corson (Macmillan). More, History of King Richard III. (Pitt Press). Marlowe, Edward II. (Clarendon Press). Shakespeare, Henry VI., Parts I., II. and III. (Cassell's National Library); Richard III. (Clarendon Press). Bacon, Henry VII. (Pitt Press). Ford. Perkin Warbeck, ed. Pickburn and Brereton (Geo. Robertson), Add. for Honours.-Cook's First Book in Old English (Ginn & Co.). Corson's Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (whole book). Pollard's Miracle Plays (Clarendon Press). 13.-Third Year.-History of Literature in the 19th Century. Special books to be named hereafter. Lectures on the Foreign Influences that have affected English Literature. Shakespeare's Histories. Add. for Honours.-Caedmon's Exodus and Daniel (Vol. II., Library of A. S. Poetry. Ginn & Co.). Cynewulf's Elene (Vol. VI., Library of A. S. Poetry. Ginn & Co.). Old and Middle English Reader (Maclean, Macmillan). ENGLISH-1899. First Year.-Lectures on English Language, Composition and Style. Chaucer, Prologue to the Canterbury Tales (Clarendon Press). Shakespeare, Hamlet (Clarendon Press). Second Year.-History of Literature from Chaucer to Milton, with special reference to the Stuart Drama. Set Books: Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, ed. Corson (Macmillan). Life of Doctor Faustus, Medieval Tales (Morley's Universal Library). Marlowe, Faustus (Clarendon Press). Shakespeare's Plutarch, ed. Skeat (Macmillan). Shakespeare's Coriolanus and Julius Cæsar (Clarendon Press). Antony and Cleopatra (Macmillan). Ben Jonson, Timber (Ginn & Co.) Additional for Honours.-Cook, First Book of Old English; Corson's Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (whole book). Skeat: Specimens of English Literature, from the Ploughman's Crede (Clarendon Press). Third Year.-History of Literature from Dryden to Burke. Lectures on the Foreign Influences that have affected English Literature. Set Books: Shakespeare's Tragedies. Dryden, Select Poems (Clarendon Press). Swift, Selections, Vol. I. (Clarendon Press). Goldsmith, Vicar of Wakefield. Collins, Poems. Burke, Speeches (Macmillan). Additional for Honours.-Beowulf (Ginn & Co.). Maclean, Old and Middle English Reader (Macmillan). 14. MATHEMATICS.* Engineering and Science students during their First Year must attend either the lectures prescribed for Class A or B of the First Year in Arts; and during their Second and Third Years must attend the prescribed lectures in Statics and Dynamics, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Spherical Trigonometry. All students attending lectures must present themselves at the class examinations as under The lecture subjects for evening students in Mathematics are the same as those prescribed for day students of corresponding standing in the University. Students who pass in a class examination will not be reexamined in the same subject at the Yearly Examination in December. Those who fail to pass will be re-examined, except in cases of bad failure, when the Faculty may refuse the Student permission to present himself in December. The Deferred Examination, hitherto held in March, will be abolished as far as Mathematics is concerned, unless in very exceptional cases. In no case will a third examination be allowed in any subject. FIRST YEAR IN ARTS. The students of the First Year in Arts may attend any one of the three courses specified below. FIRST YEAR-CLASS A.. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 10 a.m. throughout the year, as follows:: LENT TERM.-Geometry (Tu., Th.)-Euclid Books I.-IV., VI. and XI., with exercises and other theorems and problems relating to rectilinear figures and circles, poles and polars for the circle, anharmonic ratio, the sphere, cylinder, cone and regular polyhedra. Algebra (M., W.)-Surds, indices, complex quantities, scales of notation, permutations and combinations, binomial, multinomial, and exponential theorems, logarithms, interest, annuities, series, continued fractions, inequalities, properties of numbers, probabilities, determinants. TRINITY TERM.-Geometrical Conics (Tu., Th.)-Parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, focus, and directrix, tangent and normal, conjugate diameters, poles and polars, asymptotes, orthogonal projection. Trigonometry (M., W.)-Measurement of angles, formulæ, identities, equations, logarithmic tables, solution of triangles, heights and distances, properties of triangles, Demoivre's theorem, expansion of sine and cosine in series and in factors, summation of series, proportional differences. MICHAELMAS TERM.-Analytical Geometry (Tu., Th.)-Coordinates rectilinear and polar, the straight line, the circle, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, tangent, normal, eccentric_angle, diameters, asymptotes. Differential Calculus (M., W.)-Limits, differentiation, successive differentiation, Taylor's theorem, tangent and normal, maxima and minima. FIRST YEAR-CLASS B. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m. throughout the year, as follows: LENT TERM.-Algebra (F.)-Up to quadratic equations of two and three unknown quantities, and corresponding problems. Geometry (Tu., Th.)-Euclid, Books I.-IV., VI. and XI., with exercises and other theorems and problems relating to rectilinear figures and circles. Th.)— TRINITY TERM.-Algebra and Trigonometry (Tu., Th.)Algebra-Up to the binomial theorem. Trigonometry-Measurement of angles, trigonometrical ratios, formulæ for one or two angles, easy equations and identities. Geometrical Conics (F.)— Parabola, ellipse, focus and directrix, tangent and normal. MICHAELMAS TERM.-Trigonometry (M., W.)-Logarithms and logarithmic series, triangles, heights and distances. Analytical Geometry (F.)-Coordinates rectilinear and polar, the straight line, the circle. FIRST YEAR-CLASS C. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m, throughout the year, as follows: LENT TERM.-Geometry (M., W.)-Euclid, Book IV., with definitions of Books V. and VI., and propositions 1-4, 7-13, 19, 20, 23, 24, 33 of Book VI., easy exercises, geometrical constructions, and mensuration of lines and surfaces. Algebra (F.)-Up to quadratic equations of two and three unknown quantities, and corresponding problems. TRINITY TERM.-Algebra (M., W.,)-Surds, fractional indices, ratio, proportion, variation, the three progressions. Trigonometry (Fri.)-Measurement of angles, trigonometrical ratios, formulæ for one and two angles, easy equations and identities. MICHAELMAS TERM.-Trigonometry (Tu., Th., F.)-Formulæ relating to triangles, numerical solution of triangles in simple cases without logarithms. SECOND YEAR IN ARTS. Students of the Second Year in Arts may attend any one of the three courses specified below. SECOND YEAR-CLASS A. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 9 a.m., throughout the year, as follows: LENT TERM.-Analytical Geometry (M., W.)-Poles and polars, asymptotes, general equation of the second degree, similar conics, confocal conics, reciprocal polars, orthogonal and conical projection, anharmonic ratio, abridged notation. Differential Calculus (Tu., Th.)—Differentiation, Taylor's and Maclaurin's theorems, successive and partial differentiation, indeterminate forms. TRINITY TERM.-Differential Calculus (M., W.)-Change of variables, maxima and minima, elimination of functions, curves, tangents, asymptotes, curvature, evolutes, involutes, singular points, curve tracing. Statics (Tu., Th.)-Components and resultants, moments, conditions of equilibrium, stability, friction, elastic strings, elementary machines, virtual displacements. MICHAELMAS TERM.-Dynamics (M., W.)-Uniform velocity, uniform acceleration, laws of motion, projectiles, collision, motion on a curve, the cycloid, the pendulum, harmonic vibration, Central forces, moments of inertia, translation and rotation of rigid bodies. Integral Calculus (Tu., Th.)-Integration, reduction formulæ, lengths of curves, areas of curves, volumes of solids, involutes, evolutes, definite integrals, differentiation of an integral, mean values and probability. SECOND YEAR--CLASS B. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, at 9 a.m., throughout the year, as follows: LENT TERM.-Differential Calculus (Tu., Th., Fri.)-Limits, Differentiation, Taylor's theorem, maxima and minima, curve tracing. TRINITY TERM.-Integral Calculus (Tu., Th.)-Integration, areas, lengths of curves, surfaces and volumes of solids of revolution. TRINITY TERM.-(F.), and MICHAELMAS TERM (Tu., Th., F.)Statics and Dynamics-Components and resultants, moments, couples, centre of gravity, friction, elementary machines, uniform velocity and acceleration, laws of motion, collision, projectiles, harmonic vibration, energy, moments of inertia, translation and rotation of rigid bodies. |