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'Who "more illustrious in "Greece "them 'I'hemistocles? ~who "when he "had been driven

into sexile "did not do liarru to his lOtlumkless "country, but 12dicl13the same that Corio-

lanu l'lhnd clone l~twenty "years 16before.

1 Quis. 2 Cla1"t6S. 8 Graecia. ,jWrite in two ways. 6 Qtl.i. 6 Cum. 7 ETpelle1'e. 8 Ex ilium.

"Do harm to, Ird~61'iam ferre with Dative. IOIn{patu8. npat1'ia. 12Facere. 13Idem. 14 Viginti. 15Annus. 16..tlnte.

3. In the 'first of the 2 pring the consul scame to Ephesu , and .llHlving receive 1 the 5troop 'from cipio he 7beld a 8speccb "in-presence-of the "soldiers, !lin which, "after extolling their "bra very, he "exhorted them l.~to undertake fL woew 17 war 18with the Gauls, who lIlhacl [lias he said ] helped Antiochus ll,vitl'l :I!lanxiliuic.'.

"Primus. 2 Ve'''' 3 Venq:?·e. 4AcdJ,)e?·e. "Oopiae. !lA. 7 Ilabere. 8 Contio. 0Apud. L0.J.uaes. )JOmie. 1:1 Collaudare (.Ablative Absolu to). 13 V1;1'tus. HAcZ/w1·tan·, ]0 Suscipe1'e with ad

and Gerundive. 16Nov~ts. 17Bellwn. JBO~tm .. lOJi{'VCt?'8. '2OA'1.{,xiUum~.

,JULY, 18GG.


~ Wri.te legibly, and number your answers carefully to correspond with the questions.


Decline in the siuzula r: facies, id riiliJlJ'{ Ulfi,@£fi!i·.Doclineinthep]uJ':otl:port'U8,dea,navis.

o ~ II Z·'., . . .

Write the gender 0\ er the Ohnns (rules no. t l'eqUl.t~, and mark tbe quantity of aU penul-

timate and final syllables. 'I r 1_ 7.3 i ~09 ~ ) .

(1) Give the siznificance of the lU1.1in}).tions -ile in 0 e : -men in ,qestamen. (2) Form an

"" "'i... . . !J' I\'S~'

abstract noun frorn,fetix; from aeqe .. ~' .' a noun denoting the masculine agent from

add~tvo, ?\ nd a freqnen tntive verb from cieo, fwd accoun t for the gun. \1 tity of their pen ul timate vowels. (4) Compare humilis,jttvenis, and adverbs formed from .felire and aeqe».


Give the principal parts of cado, caedo, tono, reperio, cU'rro, pasco, paciscor, marking the quant,it.y of the pennlt.

(2) Give all the Infinitives and Participles of abeo, t6iciSCQ1' j the Present Indicative of flo;' the Future Indicative Active and the Present Subjunctive Passiv e of munio, with the qnlln ity of »ll penults,

lII. What use or cases f llow super, tenus, recordori fruor, sim'ilis.'P (2) Gi,e the principal parts oiporco and confido, and the case that follows each, (3) Give the rules for the two cases fl. fter pudet, do, doceo, moneo, (4) Gi ve the Latin for "Ilt home," "at Oarth age" "from Car h;lg~," , from Italy," "to Athens."

Tu dis es u ceterorurn nostrn tarnen, qui retuansissemus, caede t contenturu esse dicebas.

(5) ivE' tll€ rule' for discesm: and raede. Whflt is the antecedent of qtti?

IV. Giv til() rules fOI' tire Subjunctive after dum; Gum, quominus. ( ... ) \Vot11d ne or 'nt non follow restai nil ~ monee r ispccti vcly ? 'V hy ?

t:1 tu j sti guo g II ern q IIG pndi cisci placeret, '* '*

dixisti paululum tibi esse etiam

nuuc 1II01'.<1e quod ego ViV(]1·(]1It. Hepelti su n t (1110 equites Romani qui te iStcl curn liberareni.

Lloueus est qui imJ etret p1 rn legal.1I1ll oelit; JLxclu. i eos 'I uos tu :ld 111 - saluiaua» III

(3) ]I'ij,]ain tho Subjunctives ill the nbove RE'lltl'I1<JI'.'l; the tense of im2.J6t'l'et. (4) GivE' the rul for sfI!lrlrttWlI.

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8 Vt.tJ~.

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of O'-z-ff'c¥-)<ItJS.

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l Candidate for the Fre hman Cia will take I., II., ill., and au}" other two. Candidates t01" the Sophomore Class will take IV., Y., "\1:1., YIII., IX.]

I. Bound the basin of the Po, of the Mississippi, of tbe St. Lawrence.

II. Name the chief rivers of Ancient Gaul and Uodern France. Is France l:wger or smaller than Transalpine Gaul? What nre the two principal rivers that rise in the Alps? \\' here is lI-Iolltlt Blanc?

HI. Where is che Source of tbe Danube? of tho Volga? of the Gauges? of the Amazon ?

IV. Describe the route of the Ten Thousand, 01' lay it down on a m:lp.

V. Leonidas Pall auias, Lysander.

VI. Pbarsalin, Philippi, Actinm, - geographically nud historionlly.

VII. 'npply the two nauies left blank 111 the following passagc from the Oration for the Manilian Lnw :

" Ton dicurn duns rubes potcntissimas Oarthaginem at J.Vumantiarn ab eodem --- esse d leta'; non cornruem rabo Iluper ita vobi patribusque e se visum, ut ill uno --- spes imperii porieretur ut idem cum Jugu1,tAa, idem cum Oimbris, idem cum Teutonie bellum adminietraret.'

',ho wns .Tuglll·tha? \Vhel'c was Numantia?

ompnre Athens with Sparta,

IX. Pericles: - the Man and his Policy .

• IULT. },,69.



;yr Civc the work in

, , I" J it 'I ange YOII.j' exercise in a

full; -l'cthwc cnch answer to Its Simp es rorrn ; -ltllJ wri elm. arra ..,

legible IlIHl orderly manner,

-I< pplicants for ADY'\' 'OIW STANDING may omit Nos, I, 2, 3, and 6.


18.,1, 00 " -

Heduce 11 O-HO to It. lowest terms. ~\J COLll.:.~'.

'Vhat, is a prime number? W.ben are twon urn bers..p§R~l to ?e pr.ime to each other ,'I th C 11 un i era tor a ",1 rI en 0 In initor oil hI!:' .-q<Se VOO9j their prime fuctors.

3-f ( 3 -"A n\SS, ~ ,

From 5A subtract _1:l' +- - of - ify by cancelling .

._, ~ 3t 10 ~~

.!in, Di vide 3336 0.J,9.63 by 0,007253. What is the quotient of 3336,894963 by 72530?

What i s the third power uf 0.1? of 100? 'iVrite these answers in 'words.


-1-., Fi11(1 the cube root, of 0,0093 to five places of decimals.

11 inc! the square root of 531.5 to thr e places of decimals.

G. I{('(llice to their lowest terrus as vulgar fractions the infinite or circulating decimals 0.225, O .UOZ:.!5, n n rl 0.25225, Red uco t to a (:i rcul ating deci mal.

-"'n. Frolll 1 ~(1' ['0(1 5 sq. ft; subtract 7 sq, ),(1. 139 sq, in.

I. II'illd the amount of .£50 12', 5(1. fit simple interest at 8 pel' ceru., at the end of 5 years ~ lI'HlIllh.s Hn!1 ;] !lays.

H. ()lIe metre = 80.37 inches. Oornpute from this datuIH the value of 4 miles in kilometres.


!l. What i~ III logarithm of 1 in [\IIY syst m ? 0[' any numb '1' in a system of which that number il'l tlie /)rw:! I II a sy .. tern of IV II i eh the base is 4, IV lJ at iR th c lognri tli m of 64'J of ~? of 8? (II' f?

10, ('inl! 1)), log.uitluus, IIsing n rit.h mt-ticn] complements, the: value ofChe fraction

(U.021 ar X (7):; \1 (0.00-16) X 23.309

I I. 1'1'(1\ e t ho formula for the cosine of the Sll/11. of tuio an,qles J' ann IledU<.:e the formulas for the I'm~illc uf tho double of .in :-tngle 11n(1 the co inc of th half of an nnglc.

I') J II 1I'1I:tL quadrnnts is the C05111(, positioe nrHl in what, quadrants neaauoe ? Provo the values of till' c\l~illl' )1' l 0, 00° 1 'U", ~7tr'.

1::, i+I\('11 in un oblique' tri:1l1glc b-=O.~5L, c=O.317, B=46°, Solve completely,



Find X, in terms of a, b, and c, from the equation b

w hen a = 2, b = -. 1, c = 3 ?


What is the value of a;


~ Give the .corl: in /1.111,. red uco the answers to til slr silllpl 51 forni , and write and arrange your exercise in a leg£ble and orde:r!!J manner.

1. R d uce the following expression to its simplest form:

(9a~b2-4b4) (cf.,'J-b~) - (3ctb- 26:1) (3ct[ all + b2] -2b [b2+3ab - all] )b.

2. Divide 36x2+1-64x4-12x by 6x-1-8x~.

3. is the reason that when different powers of the same quantity are multiplied together their exponent are added?

4. Recluce to one fraction, with the lowest possible denominator:

3(.£ + 26 25a2- 62 a

a + b a2 - b2 - 26 .



:r.:+v a;2+xy.

2 2 +'J by and reduce the answer to its lowest terms.

x -'xy y- x-V


7. A man bought an'atch, a chain, and a locket for $216. The watch a nd locket tog ther co t three times a much as the chain, and the chain and locket togcth 'I' co t half as mu ih :1. the watch, What was the price of each ?

8. Sol ve the equation

5::c 8 - 3::c

-- - -=l.

x+12 3x-l


(ail )fJ

Find (a - b)H and :x:y - 2y by the Binomial Theorem.

,JULY, 1!::l69.



1. Prove that the perpendicular from the centre of' a circle upon n. chord bisects the chord and the arc ubtended by the chord.

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To circumscribe n. circle about a given triangle .


Prove that two an ales are to each other in the ratio of two arcs described from thelr vertices


as centres with equal radii.

4. Prove that a line drawn through two sides of a tl'iangle parallel to the third side divides tho e two sides into proportional parts.

5. tate and prove the proportion which exists between the parts of two chords which cut

each other in a circle. State what proportion exists when two secants are drawn from a point without the circle,

(5. Prove that two regular polygons of the same number of sides are similar .

7, Prove that similar triangles ::11'0 to each other as the 'quare of their hornologou side.

8, 'bow how the area of a polygon circumscribed about A, circle may be fouurl ; tben how the

ar a of :l circle may he found; then prove that circles nrc to each o her as the squar of choir radii.