The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
First Semester—English History (Smith's Hume). References: Celtic and Roman Periods (Knight's Pictorial History, Hume, Smollett), Anglo-Saxon Period (Turner), Norman Period (Guizot's History of Civilization, Taine's History of English Literature), Constitutional Period (Hallam, Macaulay, Collier, Lodge, I Agnes Strickland).
Second Semester—Political History and Science (Townsend's Analysis of the United States Constitution). References: Johnstone's Manual, Statesman's Manual, Blackstone, Kent.page 56
The subjects chiefly taught in this Department are German and French. [unclear: General] is commenced at the beginning of the first semester, and French at the [unclear: beginning] the second.
The object of the Professor in this Department is to give the students a [unclear: brief] tory of the countries speaking these languages, and, by a course of lectures, [unclear: a] knowledge of their literatures. The prime object is to enable the scientific [unclear: study] at the end of his course, to read any works in modern German. In addition, student is drilled, by frequent conversations, to understand the language [unclear: with] spoken, and encouraged to attempt replies.