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4. An adult, said to be a dangerous lunatic, is brought before a magistrate, who requires medical evidence to justify the averment. will influence your opinion in the matter?

5. A man, aged between 50 and 60 years, of unsocial habits, having been for several days missed by his neighbours, the police force an entrance into his house, where he is found dead. It is considered necessary to determine how long he has been dead: what are the characters by which you would be guided in fixing approximately the date of his decease?




1. What are the diseases occurring in the lower jaw bone which require the removal of a portion of the bone?

2. In a case of popliteal aneurism, how do you know that the sac has given way, and what would be your treatment in such an event? 3. From what causes may we find a fulness in the right iliac region?

4 How would you discover a fistula in ano with only one opening into the rectum, and how would you treat it?

5. What are the different circumstances and symptoms that would enable you to distinguish a rodent ulcer on the face from a lupus?


1. State the circumstances which would lead you to suspect the existence of fracture of the inner table only of the skull, and the reasons which would induce you to apply the trephine for the treatment of such injury.

2. Give the details of the application of the hare-lip suture.

3. Mention the tumours of the inguinal region which are most liable to be mistaken for femoral hernia. State also the diagnostic characters on which you would rely in distinguishing each.

4. Give the characters of the syphilitic mucous tubercle, stating the phenomena of the disease usually associated with it, and the treatment you would apply for its cure.

5. Describe the apparatus of Dupuytren for the treatment of fracture of the fibula, accompanied by displacement of the tibia forwards.

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1. Mention the various conditions observed in the dissection of ununited fractures.

2. Compare the cysts known as simple vaginal hydrocele and encysted hydrocele of the testis-stating their origin, &c.

3. What are the varieties of the tumour known as neuroma? Give examples, stating the structure of the most familiar form.

4. Describe the process by which an abscess points and finally opens. 5. Name and describe the accompanying specimen.

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1. Give a short account of the crystalline lens of the eye-ball under the following heads :

(a) its position;

(b) its shape;

(c) its connexions.

2. Name the bony elements which enter into the formation of the hard palate.

3. Give the dissection necessary to expose the dorsalis pedis artery.

4. The subject being in the lithotomy position, name the structures which would require to be removed in order to expose the prostate in the dissection of the perineum.

5. Describe carefully the manner in which the long tendon of the biceps is related to the shoulder-joint.


1. Mention all the structures-muscular, ligamentous, and fascialwhich are connected to the sternal end of the Clavicle. Describe the anatomical structures and arrangements which tend to prevent dislocation of it-(a) upwards; (b) forwards; (c) backwards.

2. Describe the course of the Fourth Cerebral Nerve; indicating its situation and relations in—(a) the cranial cavity; (b) the cavernous sinus; (c) the orbit.

3. The origin, stages, course and relations, branches, and anastomoses of the Vertebral Artery?

4. Give all the muscles of the Soft Palate; and name the nervous supply of each.

5. Name the ligaments, and muscles which are connected to the Calcaneum; indicating their situations of attachment to it.



1. How would you treat a case of Gonnorhoeal Ophthalmia ? What complications are liable to arise in the course of such an attack, and how would you deal with them?

2. Describe the ophthalmoscopic appearances of Optic Neuritis, and mention its various causes.

3. What parts become affected in Phlyctenular Disease of the Eye?— what are the dangers of this disease ?-in what form of constitution is it most commonly found ?—and how would you treat it?

4. Why, in a case of Simple Astigmatism, is a line lying in a plane at right angles to that of the emmetropic meridion distinctly seen, while one in a plane corresponding to that meridion is indistinct ?

5. What form of Diplopia is present with paralysis of the External Rectus? Explain why this is so.

Trinity Term.




I. Find the rent of 115 acres, 3 roods, 12 perches, at £1 8s. 9d. per


2. Add of 6% to 4%, and express the result in decimals.

3. Multiply 0.037425 by 1.0125.

4. 8 men can do a piece of work in 3 days, working 6 hours a day; how long will 7 men, working 7 hours a day, take to do it?

5. Find the simple interest on £217 for 3 years, at 3 per cent.

6. If a= 5, b= 4, c = 3, find the numerical value of

√ (a + b + c) (a2 + b2 + c2 − bc − ca — ab).

7. Multiply together

(I + x + y) (I + x − y) (− 1 + x + y) (1 − x + y).

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been informed that the cause of this cognomen was a chain, a golden spoil which he took away from an enemy whom he slew, and which he afterwards wore. Who the enemy was, of how great and formidable stature, how audacious the challenge, and in what kind of battle they fought, Quintus Claudius, in his first book of Annals, has described with much purity and elegance, and in the simple and unadorned sweetness of ancient language. When Favorinus the philosopher read the passage from this book, he used to say that his mind was affected with no less serious emotion than if he had seen the combatants engaged before him.

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2. Corporal punishment in schools.

3. Tyrannicide-is it ever justifiable: and if so, when?
4. A short life of Themistocles, or Julius Cæsar, or Nelson.

5. The moral aspects of English rule in India.

6. Thoughts on the poetry of the present day.

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1. Give the dates of the following battles, and state who were the contending parties:-Plassey, Vittoria, Chillianwallah, Magdala, Nava


2. Give, as nearly as you can, the dates of the introduction of vaccination; the opening of the first railway; the first publication of Shakspeare's plays; the foundation of the University of Dublin.

3. What are the most important measures associated with the names of Peel, Cobden, Russell?

4. When and how did Canada become a British possession?

5. Mention the principal circumstances of the Trial of the Seven Bishops.

6. Through or between what counties do the following rivers run :— Bann, Shannon, Great Ouse, Thames, Forth, Tay?

7. Where are—Cape Hatteras, North Cape, Cape Comorin, Chesa peake Bay, Bay of Fundy?

8. Name the chief rivers flowing into-(a), the Rhine; (b), the Black Sea.

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