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FRIDAY, May 30, 1884. 9 A.M. to 12 M.
I. ADD the right-hand part to the following accompaniment, using Arpeggios, and occasional Passing-notes.
II. Add a Bass and an inner part to the following Psalm-tune. State the Metre. Figure the Bass.
III. Write the Bar lines to the following Phrases. Add the Time-Signatures where not given. State the work from which each extract is taken.
IV. Transpose the following Subject into the Key of F minor, prefixing the Signature. State the work from which it is taken.
V. Write the three enharmonic varieties of this chord
whether A, or #C, or F is the root. Resolve each on the minor chord of the tonic or its first inversion in the key of which the root is the example to be for pianoforte, but in four parts.
VI. Add parts for Soprano, Alto and Tenor to the following Bass, using occasional Passing-notes. Every discord except Passing-notes must be prepared.
VII. Add parts for Soprano, Alto and Tenor to the following Bass, using occasional Passing-notes.
VIII. Add parts for 2nd Treble and Tenor between the following two, using rests at discretion, and writing the words in each part.
SPECIAL EXAMINATION IN LAW FOR THE
ORDINARY B.A. DEGREE.
FRIDAY, May 30, 1884. 9—12.
1. WHAT are the principal statutes by which the fundamental rights and liberties of Englishmen have been established? Under what heads does Blackstone sum up these rights?
2. What is a 'parson'; a 'lay rector'; a 'vicar'?
Explain historically the origin of vicarages, and the connection of the tithes with the advowson. To what purposes were the tithes originally applied?
3. How far is a master responsible for the acts of his servants? In what case has a stranger any interest in the performance of a contract of service? Illustrate by reference to 38 and 39 Vict. c. 86. (about the gas stokers.)
4. Which are the 'three estates of the realm'?
Explain Blackstone's statement that 'herein consists the true excellence of the English government, that all the parts of it form a mutual check upon each other.'
5. What is 'tenure in free socage', and 'tenure in gavelkind'? Give the peculiarities of the latter tenure.
6. With what objects were the following statutes passed, and what did they enact? i. De donis conditionalibus. 13 Edw. I
ii. Quia emptores. 18 Edw. I.
7. Explain historically the origin of 'Uses.'
8. What are the differences between Joint-tenancy, Coparcenary and Tenancy
9. A dies intestate leaving a mother, a sister, a half-brother on the father's side, a grandson (by a deceased son) and two daughters; in what order would they be entitled to succeed to his real property?
10. What is a 'Bill of Lading' and a 'Bill of Exchange'? What is meant by 'Stoppage in transitu'?
11. Define Bailment' and 'Lien' and illustrate by examples.
12. Explain the following terms 'primer seisin'; 'escuage'; 'borough-english'; 'estate by elegit'; 'chattel real'; 'bottomry'; 'executor de son tort'; 'tenant by the curtesy.'