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The Publishers of the Cambridge Calendar beg to return their best thanks to the Moderators for the use of their Problems, and to the Members of the University, who have been so kind as to give their assistance in the correction of the Work.
CAMBRIDGE, March 20, 1827.
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.
Add to Hulsean Prizemen, 1826, page 63.
Add to Smith's Prizemen, 1827, page 61.
Henry Percy Gordon, St. Peter's.
Add to Craven's Scholars, page 66.
James Prince Lee, Trinity.
Page 26, Class I. 1825-26, line 4, for Mallett, read Hallett. Add to Professors of Mathematics, page 30.
George Biddell Airy, M.A. Trinity, 1827.
Add to Travelling Bachelors, page 48.
1827 Richard T. Lowe, Christ's.
Add to Sadlerian Lecturers, page 43.
R. B. Buckle, B.A. Sidney, in the room of
Add to Norrisian Prizemen, 1827, page 62.
Add to Franklin Fellows, Caius College, page 220.
PRIZE SUBJECTS FOR 1827.
SIR WILLIAM BROWNE's MEDALS.
Greek Ode.-Sanctius his animal
Deerat adhuc, et quod dominari in cætera posset:
Natus Homo est.
Latin Ode.-Iphigenia in Aulide.
Shakespeare, As you like it, Act II. Scene 3.
Beginning........." But not so: I have, &c.
-with truth and loyalty."
CHANCELLOR's ENGLISH POEM.
The Proofs of a General Judgment to come, and the Advantages of the Knowledge revealed to Mankind concerning it.
"The Contention between Paul and Barnabas."
On the Character and Authority of the Targum of Jonathan on the Prophecy of Isaiah, with a particular reference to those passages which relate to the Messiah.
SEATONIAN PRIZE POEM.
"The Marriage at Cana in Galilee."
The Subject of Examination for the Junior Sophs in the last week of the Lent Term, 1828.
1. The Gospel of St. Mark.
2. Paley's Evidences of Christianity.
3. The First and Second Books of Xenophon's Memorabilia.
4. The Second Book of Horace's Epistles.