Calendar of the University of Sydney

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Angus and Robertson, 1904

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Page xli - Heaven opened to a soul while yet on earth, Earth forced on a soul's use while seeing heaven: The man is witless of the size, the sum, The value in proportion of all things, Or whether it be little or be much.
Page 397 - The citizens suddenly gathering themselves into a body fought with a resolution equal to the necessity of their affairs, yet no one so remarkably distinguished himself on this occasion, to the amazement of both armies, as...
Page xiv - I pointed out to him on the other side, I began to cross the pond with, my kite, which carried me quite over without the least fatigue, and with the greatest pleasure imaginable. I was only obliged occasionally to halt a little in my course, and resist its progress, when it appeared that, by following too quick, I lowered the kite too much ; by doing which occasionally I made it rise again — I have never since that time practised this singular mode of swimming, though I think it not impossible...
Page 40 - Senate by the majority of the members present ; and the chairman at any such meeting shall have a vote, and, in case of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote.
Page 397 - If two triangles have one angle of the one equal to one angle of the other and the sides about these equal angles proportional, the triangles are similar.
Page cl - ... fact, a more unfortunate period could have been selected than that which he has chosen? If this were an ordinary measure, I should not oppose it with so much vehemence; but, Sir, it calls in question the wisdom of an irrevocable law — of a law passed at the memorable period of the Revolution.
Page 49 - No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless he have previously paid this fee to the registrar. If a candidate fail to pass the examination, the fee shall not be returned to him, but he shall be admitted to...
Page cxlix - ... right, would it have escaped the wisdom of those Saxon progenitors to whom we are indebted for so many of our best political institutions? Would the Dane have passed it over ? Would the Norman have rejected it? Would such a notable discovery have been reserved for these modern and degenerate times? Besides, Sir, if the measure itself is good, I ask the honourable...
Page xiv - When I was a boy I amused myself one day with flying a paper kite ; and, approaching the bank of a pond, which was nearly a mile broad, I tied the string to a stake, and the kite ascended to a very considerable height above the pond, while I was swimming.
Page 3 - Melbourne shall be recognised as Academic distinctions and rewards of Merit and be entitled to rank precedence and consideration in...

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