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INDEX.

ABERCORN, MARQUIS OF.- Arrival in

Dublin to assume duties of Lord Lieu-
tenant, 98; public entry into Dublin,
121; appointed Lord Lieutenant of

Ireland, 315.
ABERDEEN.- Inauguration of a statue of

the Queen, 135; visit of the Queen to,
in order to open the new Water-works,

163.
ACADEMY, ROYAL.—Mr. Grant elected

President, in the room of Sir Charles
Eastlake, deceased, 10, [321]; Anni-
versary dinner, 38; the President, F.
Grant, knighted, 313; Exbibition of,
[319]; not to remain in Trafalgar-

square, [324].
ACCIDENT, by Hooding, in a copper mine,

46; on Mont Blanc, through the fall
of an avalanche, 161; vide COLLISION,

EXPLOSION, RAILWAY, &c.
Act, Habeas Corpus, Suspension of, in

Ireland, [28] &c.; renewed suspension
of, in Ireland, [48–51]; Bank Charter,

ride BANK OF ENGLAND,
ACTIONS, vide TRIALS.
ADAM, W. P., a Commissioner for exe-

cuting the offices of Treasurer of the

Exchequer, &c., 314.
ADDRESS, in answer to the Queen's

Speech, moved by the Marquis of Nor-
manby, [7]; agreed to, in the Lords,
[13]; in the Commons, [18]; praying
Her Majesty that a monument should
be erected in Westminster Abbey to
the memory of Lord Palmerston, [26];

agreed to, [27].
ADMIRALTY. - The Duke of Somerset,

Admiral Sir F. W. Grey, Rear-Admirals
Eden, Fanshawe, and Denman, and H.
Fenwick, Esq., appointed Commis.
sioners, 312; the same (except Mr.
Fenwick) and Lord John Hay, ap-
pointed Lords, 313; Sir J. S. Paking-
ton and others appointed Lords,

316.
ÆNEID, vide VIRGIL.

ÆSCHYLUS, The “ Agamemnon of,

translated by Dean Milman, [310].
“AGAMEMNON," vide ÆschylUS.
AHMEDABAD, Work on the Architecture

of, by Colonel Briggs, T. C. Hope, and

J. Fergusson, [325].
“ALBERT MEDAL,” vide DECORATION.
ALDERSHOTT.— Troops reviewed by the

Queen, 13; new colours presented to

the 89th Regiment by the Queen, 26.
ALFRED, PRINCE, installed as Master of

the Trinity House, 14; Resolutions of
the House, granting him a life annuity
on his coming of age, [26]; present at
the Anniversary dinner of the Royal
Academy, 38; present at the annual
dinner of the Institution of Civil Engi-
neers, 42; visit to the Horse Show at
Islington, 52; promoted to the rank of
Captain, R.N., 313; appointment of
treasurer and equerries to, 313; created
Earl of Ulster, Earl of Kent, and Duke
of Edinburgh, 314; vide EDINBURGH,

DUKE OF.
ALGERIA, Travels in, vide EDWARDS.
“AMALIA," The, loss of, 9.
AMERICA, vide UNITED STATES; Travels

in, ride BOWLES.
ANDERSON, J., knighted, 317.
“ANNALES MONASTICI,” edited by H. R.

Luard, from the public records, [298].
ANNE OF AUSTRIA, vide FREER.
“ APOLLONIUS OF Tyana,” by Dr. Ré-

ville, (306).
APPENDIX, Public Documents and State

Papers, &c., 273.
APPOINTMENTS (and Promotions), 312.
APRIL, Chronicle for, 19.
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, G. B. Mathew

appointed Minister to, 313.
"ARGUS,” Wreck of, off the Irish Coast,

171.
“ARMADALE," Novel, by W. Collins,

[313].
ARMY ESTIMATES.—Moved by the Mar-

quis of Hartington, [65]; agreed to,

[66]; Supplementary Estimate for con- at Prague, August 23, ib.; Baron
verting Enfield Rifles into breech- Beust succeeds Count Mensdorff as
loaders, [70]; agreed to, [71].

Minister of Foreign Affairs, [250];
Art, Retrospect of (including Art Ex- History of the year, ib.; Imperial Re-
hibitions), [317].

script to the Hungarians, ib. ; Addresses
Association, British, Annual Congress, of the Hungarian Diet, ib., [252];

120, [330]; Treasurer's statement, war declared against, by Prussia and
[331].

Italy, [254]; defeats the Italians at
AssOCIATION, NATIONAL RIFLE, Annual Custozza, [255]; naval victory over
meeting at Wimbledon, 83.

the Italians at Lissa, [257); treaty of
ASSOCIATION, SOCIAL SCIENCE, Annual peace with Italy signed October 3,
Congress, 138.

261]; vide ANNE OF AUSTRIA, ITALY,
“ATHENAÏS,” Poem, by W. Stigand, [314]. PRUSSIA.
ATHLUMNEY, LORD, created Baron Mere. AUXERRE, vide FRANCE.
dyth (United Kingdom), 314.

AVALANCHE, Fall ot, on Mont Blanc, and
ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.-- Fresh attempt death of four persons, 161.

to lay down a cable, 75; the attempt
successful, 102; recovery of the lost

cable of 1865, 126.
ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Ryves and Ryves

v. the, 223.
AUGUST, Chronicle for, 108.

· BACCHANALS," vide EURIPIDES.
AUGUSTENBURG, PRINCE CHRISTIAN OF. BAHAMAS, THE.-C. F. Rothery appointed

- Announcement of intended marriage Assistant Justice, 316.
with Princess Helena, [5]; celebration BAILEY, J., made a C.B., 313.
of the marriage, 76.

BAILLIE, H. J., appointed a Privy Coun-
AUSTRALIA.—“Our Australian Colonies," cillor, 317.

by S. Mossman, [309]; vide VICTORIA. BAKER, S. W., “The Albert N'Yanza,
AUSTRIA.- Despatch of the Government Great Basin of the Nile, an Exploration

to its ambassador in France as to pro- of the Nile Source," [307]; knighted,
posed Conference, [197]; commence- 317.
ment of dispute with Prussia, [214]; BALLANTINE, J., Life of David Roberts,
despatch of the Cabinet to the Minister R.A., [306].
at Berlin, April 26, [215]; the army BALLOT, Mr. Berkeley's motion on, [176];
placed on a war footing, [217]; des- rejected, ib.
patch of Count Mensdorff to the Minis- BANCROFT, MR., “History of the United
ter at Berlin, May 4, [217]; Prussia States," vol. ix., [302].
enters Holstein to assert à right of BANK OF ENGLAND.-Great fluctuations
joint occupation, Austrian troops retire, in the rate of discount in the previous
[218]; war manifesto of the Emperor, year, [2] ; authorized to issue an in-
[219]; General Benedek appointed creased number of notes during the
Commander-in-Chief of the Army of panic, [184]; discount raised to 10 per
the North, [221]; troops forced back cent., ib. ; rate of discount declines
by the Prussians at Münchengratz, after August 17, ib.; correspondence
[222]; repulsed by the advanced guard with the Government respecting the
of the Second Army of Prussia near Suspension of the Bank Charter Act,
Nachod, [223]; Archduke Leopold 305.
forced back from Skalitz, ib.; Field- Banks, failure of several during the com-
Marshal Gablenz repulsed at Trau- mercial panic, [184].
tenau, ib.; Count Clam Gallas repulsed BARNSLEY, dreadful colliery explosion
by the Prussians near Gitschin, [224];

near, 193.
great defeat at Königgrätz, [225]; the BARRON, H. P. T., Secretary of the Em-
Emperor surrenders Venetia to France, bassy at Constantinople, 315.
[231]; armistice of five days with BAVARIA, Sir H. F. Howard appointed
Prussia, ib.; Manifesto of the Emperor Envoy to, 312; protests against war
to the Hungarian population, [232]; between members of the Bund, [215];
Manifesto of the Emperor to all his Prince Charles of, vide GERMANY.
subjects, [233]; troops abandon Mo- BEAUFORT, DUKE OF, appointed Master
ravia, [234]; Prussian army within of the Horse, 316.
about fifty miles of Vienna, ib.; defeat BELGIUM, Visit of English Volunteers to,
near Blumenau, [235]; alarm in Vienna 148; Leopold II. a Knight of the
at the approach of the enemy, [236]; Garter, 313; the King confers the
the Emperor's declaration to the inba- Order of Leopold on Mr. Frith, and
bitants, ib.; preliminaries of peace Mr. Clarkson Stanfield, [321].
signed, July 26, ib.; treaty signed BELHAVEN, LORD, appointed H.M.'s High
Commissioner to the General Assembly Hon. W. Monsell, appointed President,
of the Church of Scotland, 314.

313;

S. Cave appointed Vice-President,
BENEDEK, GENERAL, vide AUSTRIA.

316.
BERKELEY, MR.- Motion on the Ballot, BOHEMIA.— Invaded by the first Prussian
[176]; rejected, ib.

Army, [222); entered by the second
BERLIN, V. De Magnus appointed Consul- Prussian army, ib.
General at, 314; vide PRUSSIA.

BOMBAY.-R. Couch appointed Chief Jus.
BERNARD, Hon. AND REv. C. B., ap- tice, 313; Sir C. Sargent appointed a
pointed Bishop of Tuam, 317.

Judge of the High Court, ib.; W. R. S.
Beust, BARON, vide AUSTRIA.

V. Fitzgerald appointed Governor, 317.
BIDDULPH, MAJOR-GEN. SIR T. M. (and Booth, J., made a C.B., 315.

Lieut.-Gen. Grey), joint Keepers of the BOURNE, H. R. F., “ English Merchants,"
Privy purse, 313; Receiver-General of [315].
the Duchy of Cornwall, 313.

BOUSSINGAULT, M., researches on the
Bill, on the cattle plague, [19]; amend. chemical action of foliage, (336).

ment on, [22]; amendment carried, BOUVERIE, MR.—Bill for enabling Dis-
ib.; Bill carried, [23]; Roman Catho. senters to hold Fellowships at the Uni-
lic Oaths, ib.; amendment by Mr. versities, [78]; dropped, [79].
Disraeli, [24]; Bill committed, [25]; BOVILL, W.- Bill on Church Rates, [76];
for suspension of the Habeas Corpus withdrawu, [77] ; appointed Solicitor-
Act, [28]; carried in the Commons, General, 316; knighted, 317; ap-
[33]; in the Lords, [35]; on landlord pointed Chief Justice of the Common
and tenant in Ireland, introduced by Pleas, 318; sworn of the Privy Coun-
Mr. Fortescue, [43]; dropped in con- cil, ib.
sequence of the change of Government, BOWLES, S., “ Across the Continent”
[47]; on landlord and tenant in Ire- (narrative of American travel), (308).
land, brought in by Lord Clanricarde, BOWLES,ADMIRAL SIR W., appointed Vice-
ib; dropped, [48]; for renewal of Admiral of the United Kingdom, 317.
Habeas Corpus Suspension Act, intro- Boyne, VISCOUNT, created Baron Brance-
duced by Lord Naas, [48]; carried, peth (United Kingdom), 317.
[51]; for reduction of the National BRAND, Right Hon. H. B. W., sworu of
Debt, [60]; dropped, [61]; for fortifica- the Privy Council, 315.
tion of Arsenals, [71]; withdrawn, BRAY, C., “On Force, and its Mental and
ib.; for abolition of Church-rates, in- Moral Correlates,” [337].
troduced by Mr. Hardcastle, [72]; BREMER, Miss F., Death of, [316].
second reading, [74]; withdrawn [77]; BREWSTER, Right Hon. A., appointed
on Church Rates, introduced by Mr. Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland, 317.
Gladstone, [74]; agreed to, [77]; on BRIGGS, COLONEL, “ The Architecture of
Church Rates, introduced by Sir W. Ahmedabad,” [325].
Bovill, [76]; withdrawn, [77]; for BRIGHTON, Review of Volunteers at, 20;
abolishing certain tests at Oxford, ib.; mysterious death of Mrs. E. V. Warder,
dropped, after second reading, [78]; and suicide of her husband, 93.
for enabling Dissenters to hold Fellow- Brooke, C., “ Ten Years in Saráwak,”
ships at the Universities, [78]; dropped, [308].
[79]; to legalize marriage with a de- BROWNE, M., “ Views and Opinions,"
ceased wife's sister, [80]; rejected, ib.; [314].
for the government of Jamaica, [81]; BRUCE, vide KNIGHT-BRUCE.
carried, ib.; for extending the fran- BRUCE, Hon. MRs. A., Bedchamber.
chise by an educational test, [101]; Woman in ordinary, 314.
withdrawn, [102]; on Reform, intro- BRÜNN, vide Prussia.
duced by Mr. Gladstone, ib.; to amend BRUSSELS, G. G. Petre appointed Secre-
representation in Ireland, [140]; to tary of Legation at, 315.
amend representation in Scotland, BUCHANAN, R., “ London Poems,” [314].
[140]; for enlarging the National Gal- BUCHANAN, Right Hon. SIR A., made a
lery, [324].

G.C.B., 315.
Bishop, vidē CALCUTTA, &c.

BUCKINGHAM, DUKE OF, sworn of the
BISMARK, COUNT, vide PRUSSIA.

Privy Council, 315; appointed Lord
BLACKIE, PROFESSOR, Translation of the President of the Council, ib.
Iliad” of Homer, [311].

BUDGET, vide FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
BLOOMSBURY, Great fire at, 124.

BUDGET (French), vide FRANCE.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.–Right Hon. H. BUENOS ÀYRES, G. F. Gould appointed

T. L. Corry appointed Vice-President, Secretary of Legation, 318.
316.

BUNNETT, F. E., translation of “Life of
BOARD OF TRADE.—Some particulars of Raphael,” by Baron von Wolzogen,

the Annual Returns, [186]; Right [305].

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