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ABERCORN, MARQUIS OF.- Arrival in
Dublin to assume duties of Lord Lieu-
tenant, 98; public entry into Dublin,
121; appointed Lord Lieutenant of
ABERDEEN.- Inauguration of a statue of
the Queen, 135; visit of the Queen to,
in order to open the new Water-works,
ACADEMY, ROYAL.—Mr. Grant elected
President, in the room of Sir Charles
Eastlake, deceased, 10, ; Anni-
versary dinner, 38; the President, F.
Grant, knighted, 313; Exbibition of,
; not to remain in Trafalgar-
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,  &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, ; agreed to, in the Lords,
; in the Commons, ; praying
Her Majesty that a monument should
be erected in Westminster Abbey to
the memory of Lord Palmerston, ;
agreed to, .
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,
ÆNEID, vide VIRGIL.
ÆSCHYLUS, The “ Agamemnon of,
translated by Dean Milman, .
“AGAMEMNON," vide ÆschylUS.
AHMEDABAD, Work on the Architecture
of, by Colonel Briggs, T. C. Hope, and
J. Fergusson, .
“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, ; 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,
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, .
ANNE OF AUSTRIA, vide FREER.
“ APOLLONIUS OF Tyana,” by Dr. Ré-
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,
“ARMADALE," Novel, by W. Collins,
ARMY ESTIMATES.—Moved by the Mar-
quis of Hartington, ; agreed to,
; Supplementary Estimate for con- at Prague, August 23, ib.; Baron
verting Enfield Rifles into breech- Beust succeeds Count Mensdorff as
loaders, ; agreed to, .
Minister of Foreign Affairs, ;
Art, Retrospect of (including Art Ex- History of the year, ib.; Imperial Re-
script to the Hungarians, ib. ; Addresses
Association, British, Annual Congress, of the Hungarian Diet, ib., ;
120, ; Treasurer's statement, war declared against, by Prussia and
Italy, ; defeats the Italians at
AssOCIATION, NATIONAL RIFLE, Annual Custozza, ; naval victory over
meeting at Wimbledon, 83.
the Italians at Lissa, [257); treaty of
ASSOCIATION, SOCIAL SCIENCE, Annual peace with Italy signed October 3,
261]; vide ANNE OF AUSTRIA, ITALY,
“ATHENAÏS,” Poem, by W. Stigand, . 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, ; 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, ; 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," ; knighted,
posed Conference, ; commence- 317.
ment of dispute with Prussia, ; BALLANTINE, J., Life of David Roberts,
despatch of the Cabinet to the Minister R.A., .
at Berlin, April 26, ; the army BALLOT, Mr. Berkeley's motion on, ;
placed on a war footing, ; des- rejected, ib.
patch of Count Mensdorff to the Minis- BANCROFT, MR., “History of the United
ter at Berlin, May 4, ; Prussia States," vol. ix., .
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
; war manifesto of the Emperor, year,  ; authorized to issue an in-
; General Benedek appointed creased number of notes during the
Commander-in-Chief of the Army of panic, ; discount raised to 10 per
the North, ; troops forced back cent., ib. ; rate of discount declines
by the Prussians at Münchengratz, after August 17, ib.; correspondence
; repulsed by the advanced guard with the Government respecting the
of the Second Army of Prussia near Suspension of the Bank Charter Act,
Nachod, ; Archduke Leopold 305.
forced back from Skalitz, ib.; Field- Banks, failure of several during the com-
Marshal Gablenz repulsed at Trau- mercial panic, .
tenau, ib.; Count Clam Gallas repulsed BARNSLEY, dreadful colliery explosion
by the Prussians near Gitschin, ;
great defeat at Königgrätz, ; the BARRON, H. P. T., Secretary of the Em-
Emperor surrenders Venetia to France, bassy at Constantinople, 315.
; 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, ; between members of the Bund, ;
Manifesto of the Emperor to all his Prince Charles of, vide GERMANY.
subjects, ; troops abandon Mo- BEAUFORT, DUKE OF, appointed Master
ravia, ; Prussian army within of the Horse, 316.
about fifty miles of Vienna, ib.; defeat BELGIUM, Visit of English Volunteers to,
near Blumenau, ; alarm in Vienna 148; Leopold II. a Knight of the
at the approach of the enemy, ; 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, .
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.
S. Cave appointed Vice-President,
BENEDEK, GENERAL, vide AUSTRIA.
BERKELEY, MR.- Motion on the Ballot, BOHEMIA.— Invaded by the first Prussian
; 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 .
the Duchy of Cornwall, 313.
BOUSSINGAULT, M., researches on the
Bill, on the cattle plague, ; amend. chemical action of foliage, (336).
ment on, ; amendment carried, BOUVERIE, MR.—Bill for enabling Dis-
ib.; Bill carried, ; Roman Catho. senters to hold Fellowships at the Uni-
lic Oaths, ib.; amendment by Mr. versities, ; dropped, .
Disraeli, ; Bill committed, ; BOVILL, W.- Bill on Church Rates, ;
for suspension of the Habeas Corpus withdrawu,  ; appointed Solicitor-
Act, ; carried in the Commons, General, 316; knighted, 317; ap-
; in the Lords, ; on landlord pointed Chief Justice of the Common
and tenant in Ireland, introduced by Pleas, 318; sworn of the Privy Coun-
Mr. Fortescue, ; dropped in con- cil, ib.
sequence of the change of Government, BOWLES, S., “ Across the Continent”
; 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, ; for renewal of Admiral of the United Kingdom, 317.
Habeas Corpus Suspension Act, intro- Boyne, VISCOUNT, created Baron Brance-
duced by Lord Naas, ; carried, peth (United Kingdom), 317.
; for reduction of the National BRAND, Right Hon. H. B. W., sworu of
Debt, ; dropped, ; for fortifica- the Privy Council, 315.
tion of Arsenals, ; withdrawn, BRAY, C., “On Force, and its Mental and
ib.; for abolition of Church-rates, in- Moral Correlates,” .
troduced by Mr. Hardcastle, ; BREMER, Miss F., Death of, .
second reading, ; withdrawn ; BREWSTER, Right Hon. A., appointed
on Church Rates, introduced by Mr. Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland, 317.
Gladstone, ; agreed to, ; on BRIGGS, COLONEL, “ The Architecture of
Church Rates, introduced by Sir W. Ahmedabad,” .
Bovill, ; withdrawn, ; for BRIGHTON, Review of Volunteers at, 20;
abolishing certain tests at Oxford, ib.; mysterious death of Mrs. E. V. Warder,
dropped, after second reading, ; and suicide of her husband, 93.
for enabling Dissenters to hold Fellow- Brooke, C., “ Ten Years in Saráwak,”
ships at the Universities, ; dropped, .
; to legalize marriage with a de- BROWNE, M., “ Views and Opinions,"
ceased wife's sister, ; rejected, ib.; .
for the government of Jamaica, ; BRUCE, vide KNIGHT-BRUCE.
carried, ib.; for extending the fran- BRUCE, Hon. MRs. A., Bedchamber.
chise by an educational test, ; Woman in ordinary, 314.
withdrawn, ; on Reform, intro- BRÜNN, vide Prussia.
duced by Mr. Gladstone, ib.; to amend BRUSSELS, G. G. Petre appointed Secre-
representation in Ireland, ; to tary of Legation at, 315.
amend representation in Scotland, BUCHANAN, R., “ London Poems,” .
; for enlarging the National Gal- BUCHANAN, Right Hon. SIR A., made a
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, .
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.
BUNNETT, F. E., translation of “Life of
BOARD OF TRADE.—Some particulars of Raphael,” by Baron von Wolzogen,
the Annual Returns, ; Right .