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Write, in not less than 1,000 words each, a summary of what was done for natural science by 5 of the following men, for coup; 10 for grand coup: Linnaeus, Nuttall, Audubon, Brehm, Darwin, Russell Wallace, Charles Waterton, Sir John Richardson, Alexander Humboldt, Dr. Elliott Coues, Fabre.

Read the Talmud, and make a digest of it, in not less than 2,000 words, for coup; not less than 5,000 words, for g. c. As above for Old Testament. As above for New Testament. As above for Apocrypha.

As above for Koran.

As above for Zoroaster. As above for Confucius. As above for 3 Vedas.

As above for Barclays "Apology."

As above for Edwin Arnold's "Life of Buddha."

Make a good, careful, comparative analytical study of the following 4; in 2,000 words, for coup; 5,000 for grand coup: Dr. Hanna Thomson's "Brain and Personality."

Richard Crane's "Right and Wrong Thinking." Ingalese's "History and Power of the Mind." The Gospel according to John.

Make a digest, in 2,000 words, of either of the following, for coup; both for grand coup:

(a) James' "Psychology."

(b) Halls' "Youth."

As above for 2 of the following for coup; for 3 for grand coup.

(a) Plato's "Dialogues."

(b) "Golden Sayings" of Epictetus.

(c) "Meditations" of Marcus Aurelius.

As above for either of the following groups, for coup. both groups for grand coup:

(a) Iliad, Odyssey and AEneid.

(b) Eclogues, Bucolics and Georgics.

As above for either of the following for coup; both for grand coup

(a) Gilbert White's "Natural History of Selborne."

(b) Izaak Walton's "Compleat Angler."

Make a digest of Hudson's "Law of the Psychic Phenomena," in 2,000 words, for coup; 5,000 words for grand coup.

Make a digest of Plutarch's "Lives," giving a summary of 20 of the "Lives," for coup; of 40 of the "Lives" for grand coup.

Recite from memory 6 nature songs of the Shakespearean period, for coup; 10 for grand coup.

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