APPENDIX (A.) 41 to 77. PREPARATION of the Lessons for next succeeding Day: Scriptures, Texts, Prayers, and Breakfast. Time. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. 10 to 11{Themes, 1. 11 to 113} 18 to 19 Mechanics and Agri- Mechanics and Vocal Mechanics and Agri- | Drill. Mechanics and Agri- | Mechanics and Agri- Music. culture. culture. Euclid, 1, 2. Writing, 1, 3. (English, 1. 91 to 10 Reading, 2. Geography, 3. Euclid, 1, 2. Arithmetic and Che- Writing, 2, 3. (Arithmetical Geography, 2. Drawing, 2. tic, 1, 2. "Tables, 1, 2, 3. Writing, 3. Bushby, 3. Grammar and Geo graphy, 3. culture. culture. Natural Philosophy, l. Geography, 1. Arithmetic, 2. Arithmetic, 3. Parsing, 3. Arithmetic, 1. Arithmetic, 1. Writing, 2. Arithmetic, 3. Arithmetic, 3. 4 5 Mental Arithmetic, 1,2. Reading, 2. Mental Arithmetic, 1, 2. Arithmetic, 1. Geography, 2. Arithmetic, 3. 5 64 Tea and private Read Tea and private Read Tea and private Read Tea and Singing. Tea and private Read Tea and Singing. ing. ing. ing. 6 8) Vocal Music. Reading and Lecture. Reading and Singing. Lecture. Reading and Singing. Lecture. Reading 3 ing: APPENDIX (B.) CLASS-ROOM BOOKS, Nov. 2, 1846. Christian Knowledge— Evidences of Christianity, by Porteus- APPENDIX (C.) SCRIPTURAL KNOWLEDGE. SECTION I. SECTION II. What events are associated historically with the following places ? 1. Rabbath Ammon.–2. Lydda.-3. Perga. SECTION III. Give scriptural examples of the following graces:1. Zeal for the public worship of God.-2. Humility.-3. Hospitality SECTION IV. Write down passages in Scripture having reference tom 1. The ascension and intercession of Christ.—2. The ordinary operations of the Holy Spirit.-3. The Holy Communion. SECTION V. from the lives of- SECTION VI. What prophecies have reference1. To the calling of the Messiah out of Egypt. -2. To his preaching in Galilee.—3. To his sufferings when scourged. By whom were these prophecies recorded, and at what dates ? Section VII. Explain the following passages :1. “But Jesus said unto them, Follow me, and let the dead bury their dead.” -Matt. viii. 22. 2. “If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Heavenly Father give his Holy Spirit to them that ask him.”—Luke xi. 13. 3. In Rama was a voice heard, lamentation, and weeping, and great mourning. Rachel weeping for her children, and would not be comforted, because they were not.”—Matt. ii. 10. SECTION VIII. CHURCH HISTORY AND THE EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. 1. Who were the Sons of Herod the Great, and under what circumstances are they mentioned in Scripture ? 2. What testimony do the historians Tacitus and Pliny bear to the early progress of Christianity ? 3. What testimony does the condemnation of the heresies of the Manicheans and Gnostics bear to the faith of the primitive Church ? 4. Relate circumstances illustrative of the nature of the Communion which different Churches held with one another in primitive times. 5. Under what circumstances and at what period does the belief in Purgatory appear to have arisen ? 6. Give some account of the abuses of Penance and Indulgences. 7. Enumerate concisely the principal Arguments by which the truth of Christianity is established. 8. What two principal Propositions are proved in the first part of Paley's Evidences of Christianity ? ENGLISH HISTORY AND ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 1. At what dates did the reigns of the following Sovereigns commence? Alfred,-William of Normandy, Edward IV.,—Charles I. 2. Give some account of the reign of Henry VI. 3. What learned men flourished in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and what were the titles of their most celebrated works? 4. Give some particulars of the Civil War in the time of Charles I. 5. Parse the words printed in Italics in the following sentence: From hence no cloud, or, to obstruct his sight, PARADISE Lost, V., 257. 6. Write a paraphrase of the above sentence. 7. Give the derivations of such words in this paper as are of Latin origin. ARITHMETIC AND MENSURATION. The Questions are, if possible, to be solved by the aid of no other rules of Arithmetic than the first four of whole Numbers and Fractions. SECTION 1. 1. Show that <= 15. 2. If 56 tenpenny loaves can be got from a quarter of wheat, how many eightpenny loaves will it yield? Section II. 1. What sum will amount to 271. in one year at 5 per cent. ? 2. What is the difference between the interest and discount upon 5001. for 12 years at 5 per cent. ? SECTION JII. 1. Four men have a sum of money to be divided among them in such a manner that the first shall have į of it, the second +, the third t, and the fourth the remainder, which is 28l. What is the sum ? 2. A sum of 8001. is to be paid by instalments as follows: 2001. in 3 months, 2001. in 4 months, 4001. in 6 months. It is determined to pay the whole of this sum at once; after what number of months must the single payment be made, interest being allowed at the rate of 5 per cent. ? Section IV. 1. From a rectangular field containing 27 A. 2 R. 21 P. whose shorter side is 8 chains in length, a portion is to be cut off, by a line parallel to that side, containing 11 acres. Where must the division be made ? 2. There is a field in the form of a trapezium, one of the diagonals of which is 65 chains in length, and the perpendiculars upon it from the opposite angles 28 chains and 33.5 chains respectively. What is the area of the field ? Section V. 1. Find the area of a square inscribed in a circle whose radius is 77 inches. 2. What must be the height of a cone whose diameter is 8 inches, that it may contaiu as much as a sphere of the same diameter ? GEOMETRY AND ALGEBRA. Section 1. Prove that, 1. If at a point in a given straight line two other straight lines on the opposite sides of it make the adjacent angles together equal to two right angles, these two straight lines shall be in one and the same straight line. 2. Any two sides of a triangle are together greater than the third side. SECTION II. 1. To divide a straight line into two such parts that the rectangle of the whole and one of the parts may equal the square of the other part. 2. The angles in the same segment of a circle are equal. SECTION V. 1. There are two numbers whose sum is 96, and of which one is greater than the other by 16. What are the numbers ? 2. How many terms does an arithmetical progression consist of, whose difference is 3, first term 5, and last term 302 ? 3. From a capital of 50001. yielding 5 per cent. compound interest, a person takes away 4001. yearly. What will the remainder be 10 years hence ? Section VI. 1. In what time will the simple interest of 4001. be equal to the discount of 520i., both being calculated at 5 per cent. ? 2. A looking-glass 18 inches by 12 is to be so framed that the area of the frame may equal that of the glass. What must be the width of the frame? 3. There is a rectangular garden, containing 12,100 square yards, whose length, breadth, and diagonal are in geometrical progression. What are its dimensions?, MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. а Section 1. 1. From what depth will an engine of 5-horse power raise 4 tons of coal per hour ? 2. A labourer working with a wheel and axle 8 hours a-day can yield at the rate of 2600 uniis of work per minute. How much must he charge per ton for raising coals from a depth of 25 fathoms, in order that he may earn 2s. 6d. per day? 3. An engine of 5-horse power raises 30 cwt. of coals per hour from a pit whose depth is 240 fathoms, and at the same time gives motion to a forge-bainmer which makes 25 lifts per minute, each lift being 3 feet; it is required to determine the weight of the hammer. |