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OXFORD:

BY E. B. GARDNER, E. PICKARD HALL, AND J. H. STACY,

PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY.

OXFORD EXAMINATION PAPERS

Responsions, Hilary Term.

I.

For Latin Prose.

When he thought his victory complete, he went down from the citadel to the theatre: an innumerable multitude crowding to see him, and to hear the speech that he would make to the Corinthians. After he had disposed the Achaeans on each side of the avenues to the theatre, he came from behind the scenes, and made his appearance in his armour. But he was so much changed by labour and watching, that the joy which his success might have caused was weighed down by the extreme fatigue of his spirits. On his appearance, the people immediately began to express their high sense of his services : upon which, he took his spear in his right hand, and leaning his body and one knee a little against it, remained a long time silent, to receive their acclamations, their praises of his virtue, and their compliments on his good fortune.

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