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The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Answers to be always in Hindi.

Write an enray in Hindi on any two of the following subjects :

(c) Edncation of girls, what it should consist of — prejudice 50 against it-its effect on marriages 1:8 it any vulne in the mairimonial market?-i8 al edncated girl preferred to one who is ignorant? if so, among whom I – the efforts of the missionaries and arya samajis in this direction.

(6) Sanitation is the best preventive of plagne just as of any other 50 disease-general immunity of Europeans from payne dne 1o their strict attention to the laws of Sumilation, plagne is said to be a pror man's diverse this is because of his inability to observe sanitary laws.

(c) Awakening of Indin to the necessity of industri:l develop- 30 ment-the Indian ryste of industries as contrasted with the Enroppan system-gall industries on improved plans better suited to India of profession. Custer than big commerci:l enterprises requiring vrat cupi. tal-Cavitalisın tending to reduce the ming to mere labourers and enrich a few (the capitalistei las not in proved the type of humanity in Enropa-work exists for man under the Judian system but man exists or work in tlie C:186 of many fictories in Europeacolintries.

(d) A business training is necessary for a business career.





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Write essays on any two of the following sn hjects :

(a) The influence of religions reformation on the literature of a people with copious illustrations from the ancient and modern history of India

50 (6) The composition of the Uriya lungnage. Its relations to the Sanskrit, Pr:krit and aborigin.l langnages. An also to forrign languages. 50

(c) Children's love of nature-Vatnre exciter interest and awakens thnaghit-She leads the mind to observe and compare-Slie exerts a migiity moral influence by her cast naer, beauty and perfect order— The grand book of narire full of wisdom and truth.

50 (d) Life and teachings of Buddha.


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Second Half,' as the cuse muy be.]




Rev. A. B. Wann, M.A., B.D.

1. Explain fully the meaning of the following passages :-
(a) I left no ring with her: what means this l:du ?

Fi rinne forbid my outside have not charm d hier!
She made good view of me ; indeed, ro nidi:h,
That sure methorght her eyes had lost her tongue,

For she did spa:k in starts distractedly.
(6) He numeri Sebastian :I my brother know

Y-t living in my yla88: even such and so
In favour was my bror her, and he went
Srill in this fashion, color, ornament,
For him I imit:ite : 0, if it, prore,

Tempests are kind and sult w:res fresh in love.
(c) 0, wiiat n full was there, my countrymen !

Then I, and son, and all of 18 fell down,
Whilst bloody treason flourish'd over ng.
() now you weep; and, I perceive yon feel
The dint of pity ; these are gracions drops.
Kind souls, what, weep you when son but hehold
Our Chennr's perture woundeid?

Look yon here,
Here is himself. marr’d, as yon see, with irritors.
(d) Ricle, ride, Messala, ride, and give these bills the legions on the other side.
Let them 8.6 on nt once'; for I perceive
Bnt cold demeanour in Octavins' wing,
Aud sudden push gives them the overthrow.



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By what characters and under what circumstances are (a), (b), and (c) spoken ?

2. What device did Maria adopt in order to 'gall’ Malvolio ' into a nayword '?

3. Describe Sir Andrew Agnecheeg.
4. What was Caesar's opinion of Cassius ?
5. Give some account of the proceedings of the second triumvirate.
6. Correct the following passages in the First Folio:-

One that feeds
On Objects, Arts, and Imitations.
(6) Is not to.morrow (Boy) the first of March?

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Examiners, Rev. J. EDWARDS,







1. Explain fully the meaning of the following passages
(a) That Orpheus' self may heave his head

From golden slumber on a bed
Of heared Elysian flowers, and hear
Such atrins as wonld have won the ear
Of Pluto to have qnite set free

His hulf-regained Eurydice.
(b) Spare Fast. that oft with gods doth diet,

And hears the Mases in a'ring

Aye round about Jove's altar sing.
(c) Meekly thou didst resign this earthy load

Of death, called life, which is from life doth sever.
(d) He touched the tender Atops of varions qnills.

With eager thonght warbling his Doric lay.
(e) But by mine eyes and hy mine ears I swear,

I will be deafer than the blue-eyed cat,
And thrice as blind as any noonday owl,
To holy virgins in their ecstasies,

(fi The glories of our blood and state

Are shadows, not snbstantial things.
(9) Some mute inglorions Milton here may rest,

Some Cromwell, gniltless of his country's blood.
2. Give an account of the loss of the Royal George.
3. What view, according to. Tennyson, did King Arthur take of his
kingly duties?

4. Nume the authors of the poems from which the following pag-
ayes are taken :-

a) And, like another Helen, fired another Troy.
(6) Thy sun is set, the spring is gone-

We frolic. while 'tis May.
(c) How conld such sweet and wholesome honrs

Be reckon'd. but with herbs and flowers ?
(d) But blessings on yoñr frosty pow,

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5. Explain the allusions in the following passages

(a) And, O ýe dolphins, waft 'the hapless youth.
(b) In Liberty's defence, my noble task.
(c) Tbě golden dragon sparkling over all.



Paper set by~{S.HMANN, Esq., M.A.

J. Mann, ,

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

[Candidates are requested to use separate books for their answers to the first and second halves of the paper, and to write on the cover First Half' or * Second Half,' as the cuse may be.]



Rev. S. L. THOMPSON, B.A., B.D.



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1. State Burke's leading political ideas, with illustrations from the speech on Conciliation

2. Reprodnce Burke's character of Mr. Townshend.

3. “This fierre spirit of liberty is stronger in the English colonies probably than in any other people of the earth; and this from a great variety of powerful causes.' Mention these causes and give an outline of Burke's argument on the subject.

4. State Burke's view of 'party connexion.'

5. In what sense dous Barke employ the following words :- management, exquisite, complexion disgustful, auspicate, platform?

6. Explain the following passages, showing their connexion with Barke's argument:

(a) The feelings of the colonies were formerly the feelings of Great Britain. Theirs were formerly the feelings of Mr. Hampden when called npon for the pigment of twenty shillings.

(b) This whole state of commercial servitnde 'and civil liberty, taken together, is certainly not perfect freedom; but, comparing it with the ordinary circumstances of human nature, it was a happy and a liberal condition

(c) Refined policy has ever been the parent of confusion. Genaine simplicity of heart is an healing and cementing principle.

1d) The scarcity which you have felt would liave been a desolating famine if this child of your old age, with a Roman charity, had not pat the full breast of its youthfal exuberance the month of its exhausted parent.

(e) Consulting at that oracle. (it was with all due hnmility and piety) I found four capital examples in a similar case before me. (f) I am not even obliged to go to the rich treasury of the fertile


framers of imaginary commonwe::lths.... It is before me, it is at my feet, and the rule swain trends daily on it with his clouted shoon.

ig) We have maile wir on our col.vnius, not by arms only, but by laws. . . . Civil wars strike deepest of all into the manners of the people.

Second HALF.



N. N. GAOSE, Esq., F.R.S.L.
M. GHOSE, Esq., B.A. (Oxon.).

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1. Reprodnce some of Scott's reflections on his own life.

Explain :-/ promise you my oaks will ontlast my laurels ; and I pique myself more upon my compositions for manure than on any other compositions whatsoever to which I was ever acce-svry.

2. Give the substance of Arnold's remarks on Hannibal.

Explain : - Never was the wisdoin of Gr's providere more mani.
fest tha's in the issne of the struggle between Rome and Carthage.
3. Wrile notes on the following :-

(oc) l'ho monastics built as well as wrote for posterity.
(6) Time do48 more for books than for wine.
(c) 'The beugar is the only free man in the universe.

(d) The name of Andreas Hofer will be honoured by posterity før
above any of the present ate, and together with the most glorious of the
lart. Wishingion and Kosriusko. For it rests on the same foundation,
and indeed on a higher brsis.
4. Write an Areny on one of the following subjects

(a) Experience is the grand spiritual doctor.

Unl-gs above himself he can
Exalt himself, how poor a thing is inan.
(c) Ignorance is bold, kuowledge rexei ved.

(d) Many men have taleut ; few men bave genuis ; fewer still have character.




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Puper set by–J. Mann, Esq., M.A.

Examiner-Rev. A. B. WANN, M.A., B.D.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Write explanatory notes on the following passages :-
(a) Vio. I pity you.

That's a degree to love.
Vio. No, not a grize ; for 'tis a vulgar proof.

That very oft we pity enemies.

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