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III. Junior.- Nepos or Cæsar, underlining all pronouns and prepositions, arranging the latter in two columns, according to the case they govern. Translate-Per silvam volvitur amnis; Optimum est miscere otium rebus; Irasci se negant; Pulchrum emitēre est inter illustres viros; Deum cognoscimus ex operibus ejus.
Senior. — Continue translation as formerly. Mark the scansion, and translate into verse"Sapias, vina lidques, et spatio brevi Spem longuin reseces. Dum loqui
mur tugerit invida Ætas. Carpe diem, quam minimum
IV. Junior - Translate Aɛ goav (were) τη Κροισω δυο παιδες ων ο έτερος μεν διεφθαρτο (was defective) γαρ δη ην κωφος δε ο ετερος μακρη πρωτος των ηλικων τα παντα δε οι ονομα ην Ατυς. (It is arranged for literal rendering.) Decline each noun and adjective. Quote the first verse of the Gospel of St. Jobo in Greek, and translate it.
Senior.-Continue to translate Xenophon as before. Reverting to the first chapter, explain the force and use of the particles pèy ... dé; kai ... dé: also the ordinary uses of os, oùv. How do you explain the genitive, TOÙ βίου?
The first and second volumes of "The Reign of Elizabeth "-being the seventh and eighth volumes of " The History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth." by James anthony Froude, M.A. (born 1818), Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford—are in the press. The previous vols., I.IV., relate to Henry VIII.; V. and VI., the reigns of Edward and Mary.
Count Cæsar Galvanni — soldier, monk, canon, politician, littérateur, and exile-one of Italy's best historical writers, died in Prague, 14th April.
King Leopold of Belgium has put his * Memoirs" under the editorial care of Ferdinand Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, his son-in-law, for publication.
M. Lacroix has discovered some unpublished poems, &c., by La Fontaine, the French tabulist, &c., and is preparing them for the press.
Buffon's grand-nephew is about to issue a second edition of the great Daturalist's " Correspondence."
The Rev, D. Macdonald, author of “ Creation and the Fall," " Introduction to the Pentateuch," and other profound and scholarly works, died May 7.
C. W. Hickethorn-a Swiss by birth, though a resident in London—is preparing a new edition of a metrical version of the Bishop of Wexioe's masterpiece
-“ Fritheof's Saga." Tegner's beautiful Swedish romaunt of the North has been at least twice laid before the pubiic in English-by Mr. Baker, and by Mrs. Garnet.
Michel Chevalier (b. 1806), author of " The Material Interests of France," by command of Napoleon III., is eugaged on a work on “ The Internal Resources of Mexico."
Ac Rouen, a society of Norman bibliophilists has been established.
A “ Biography of Victor Hugo " (b. 1802)-one likely to be more exciting, as it has been more varied, than & romance—is about to be issued. The authoress is said to be Madame Hugo (née Foucher). It will contain a dramu, and some of tbe unpublished compositions of the royalist-republican.
The Army Lists of the Round. heads and Cavaliers" are to be published by Mr. Hotten, of Piccadilly, under the editorship of Mr. Edward Peacock.
The Rev. J. P. Hopps, of Sheffield, H. Dunning MacLoed's “ System of formerly assistant to Mr. George Daw. Political Economy" has not only made son, bas commenced a monthly mag- a disciple of M. Chevalier, but an outazine, bearing the title of one edited line of it has been circulatet under some years ago by Dr. F. R. Lees—the official patronage throughout France. Truth-Seeker.
It seems also to have gained the adheJulius Mosen's (b. 1803) poems are sion of the Scottish economists, for the about to be published by subscription, Scotsman, the Times of North Britaia, in eight volumes. This fine German whose first editor was J. R. McCulloch, poet has been, since 1848, like Heine, reviews it favourably, and quotes it as confined to a sick-room in Oldenburgh, right and true. and has been able only to scent the The Royal Society of Literature has battle" of freedom and progress“ from issued a Report on the so-called Simonafar."
ides-Discoveries of Ancient Papyri and Henry Alford, D.D., Dean of Canter. Palimpsests, containing.as was asserted, bury, has in the press—to be issued in old MS. copies of classical and sacred four balf-volumes—" The New Testa- authors. ment" for English readers. “ The in- Mr. Freeman advertises an “ Index tent of the work is to put the mere to the Times" This, which in reality English reader, as far as practicable, in is a work which ought to be supplied possession of the principal results of the gratis to regular subscribers of the labours of critics and scholars on the Times, is likely to be of great practical text of the New Testament.” It will utility in consulting the daily history include both “a critical and explanatory of the world's wide circuit in files. commentary."
Literary men especially ought to insist John Aiton, D.D., anthor of “The on having an index for everything, and Lands of the Messiah, Mabomet, and everything in an index. The idex was, the Pope," &c., died 15th May.
we believe, first entertained by Mr. Mr. J. O. Halliwell intimates the dis- Foster, of the Chatham News but sub. covery of documentary materials, such sequently abandoned. It may be some that he says, “I believe it will even- time before people learn to appreciate tually be in my power to throw so much
its use. new light on the outlines of the poet's M Rayer bas published an " Intrsmaterial life, that those who come after ductory Lecture to a Course on Comme may, from my dry accumulation of parative Pathology," to the chair of materials, compose a biographical ac- which, in the Faculty of Medicine at count of Shakspere more satisfactory Paris, he has just been appointed. than any which has yet appeared.” "A New Theory of Muscular Action,"
A professorship of political economy giving out some striking results, has is about to be establisbed in Cambridge. lately been made known by the Rev.
The Kinglake and Crimean war con- Samuel Haughton, of Trinity College, troversy continues to rage unabatedly, Dablin,-famous for the mathematical but is rapidly degenerating into perso- works he has issued in editorialship nality, as in Sir F. Head's pamphlet, with the Rev. J. A. Galbraith. entitled " Mr. Kinglako."
THE TOPIC (continued):
PAGE Ought Sir George Grey's Prison
Ministers Bill to become Law ?
Affirmative .. 465. Negative
55 In Memoriam MDCCCLXII...
133 Study and Self-Formation, Practical Hints on
.214, 277, 369 Advertisements ..........
282 Proverbs .....
376 THE POETIC SECTION: Poetic Critique
450 Life, Two Scenes of
447 Menie, In Memoriam
447 Miller, In Memory of the late Hugh 445 THE REVIEWER:Aird, Poetical Works of
238 A Revised Translation of the New Testament
59 Arithmetic, The Art and Application of 298 Bible Geography, C. Baker's
222 Biography, its Lessons, &c......... 63 Christ or Colenso ?
150 Clongh, A. H., Poems
59 Colenso's Second Volume, Reply to.. 385 Collected Papers, Mrs. Grote's
245 Essays, S. F Williams
220 Gravenhurst, Wm. Smith's
289 Hunt, Leigh, Correspondence of 63 Irving, Life and Letters of Washington 382 Locke, Joseph, Life of
146 Macaulay, Public Life of Lord
385 Mills's Utilitarianism
459 Organic Nature, Huxley on our Knowledge of
300 Remains, A. H. Hallam's
292 Romans, J. H. Hinton's Exposition of 463 Rough Diamonds, J. Hollingshead's 64 School, The Primary
150 Universe, A Glance at, N. Odgers' 222 Wbately's Lectures and Reviews .... 456
321 EPOCH MEN: James Watt-The Utilization of Steam
161, 241 EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY:The Logic of Aristotle
81 MODERN LOGICIANS. No. IV.:
The Right Hon. Sir G.C. Lewis, Bart. 401 HISTORY:Is the Character of Ignatius Loyola
worthy of Admiration and Respect? Affirmative Articles .33, 111, 196 Negative Articles..........
..42, 118, 201 PHILOSOPHY:Is an Age of General Intellectual
Culture unfavourable to the Development of Great Men? Affirmative Articles ..25, 105, 191, 349
Negative Articles......29, 109, 194, 353 RELIGION: Was the Pentateuch written by Moses?
and is it Historically True ? Affirmative Articles 11, 91,177, 253, 336
Negative Articles ..20, 99, 188, 260, 344
Colonies with the Mother Country
....49, 126, 266, 359 SOCIAL ECONOMY:Are Bands of Hope, as at present con
stituted and conducted, generally beneficial ? Affirmative Articles ... .208, 269, 362
Negative Articles ..212, 273, 365 THE TOPIC :Ought the Cotton Districts to depend
for Relief on Private Alms or
Affirmative .. 65. Negative .... 68 Is the Present Ticket-of-leave System
preferable to Trausportation ?
Affirmative 151. Negative
224 Is it desirable to Prohibit by Law the
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on
Affirmative .. 302. Negative .... 305
on the Occasion of the recent
Reformation, D'Aubigné's His-
tory of, under Calvin
Soul, Immortality of
Speakers in Public, Nervous 70 310
........ 309 311
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