[Gerald Molloy, Vice-Chancellor of the Royal University of Ireland and Rector of the Catholic University of Ireland.] Autograph Draft Memorandum regarding categories requiring 'a Viva Voce Examination' in the 'Coming Examination in September'.

Author: 
Gerald Molloy (1834-1906), Irish Roman Catholic cleric, theologian and scientist, Rector of the Catholic University of Ireland, Vice-Chancellor of the Royal University of Ireland
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£180.00
SKU: 21889

1p, landscape 12mo. In fair condition, aged, spotted and creased. At head in another hand, in blue pencil: 'Molloy X'. From the papers of the Ulster poet R. N. D. Wilson (1899-1953), a member of whose family has written in pencil on the reverse: 'Mons. Gerald Molloy D.D. | S.R. U [i.e. Senate of the Royal University])'. Unsigned. A heavily-revised draft, reading: 'We are of opinion that [^ although] a Viva Voce Examination is desirable, [at the B.A. Degree,] if it be possible, for Pass ['Examination' deleted] [^ as well as for Honours] ['that' deleted] it is better ['for' and 'at' deleted] the [present] (Coming Examination in September) to confine it [2] to the Examinations for Honours, [1] in the following subjects: - | Greek, Latin, [^ English, Logic [and cognate subjects] ['Mental Philosophy' deleted] Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Experimental Physics ['Moral & Social Sciences' deleted]'.