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BURGHLEY, LORD, appointed Treasurer Cave, S., sworn of the Privy Council, and
appointed Vice-President of the Board
CAVENDISI, LADY E., Honorary Lady of
of Schleswig-Holstein, 315.
riage with a deceased wife's sister, ;
CHANCELLOR, THE LORD, vide CHELMS-
CHARITY COMMISSION.-A. Hobhouse
appointed a Commissioner, 313; Right
Hon. H. T. L. Corry appointed a Com-
CHARLES, PRINCE, OF HOHENZOLLERN,
vide MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIA.
CHELMSFORD, LORD, reads the Royal
ment, ; appointed Lord Chan-
CHINA, vide “PEKING AND TIE PE.
CHOLERA.—Progress of in Europe early
in the year, ; visitation of, lighter
scriptions for relief of the sufferers, ib.;
CHRISTIAN, PRINCE (of Schleswig-Hol.
United States, ; transfer of seat pointed Equerry to, 315 ; appointed a
and Lady E. Cavendish Honorary Lady
of the Bedchamber to, 315.
CHRONICLE OF REMARKABLE OCCUR-
CHURCH, vide IRELAND, CHURCH OF;
CHURCH RATES.--Mr. Hardcastle's Billon,
author of "Abbot's Cleve,” . (77); Mr. Gladstone's Bill on, ;
on, ; withdrawn, ,
Privy Council, 315; appointed a Secre- Hon. J. R. Mowbray and E. Howes
appointed Commissioners, 317.
cuting the offices of Treasurer of the Bill on Landlord and Tenant in Ireland,
; Bill dropped, .
mencement of the year, ; discussed ing the franchise by an educational
jumping from the Suspension Bridge,
COCKAYNE, O., “ Holi Meidenhad,” . CORNWALL, BARRY (Proctor), “Life of
old Roman road from Silchester to CORNWALL, Duchy of, Major-Gen. Sir
T. M. Biddulph appointed Receiver.
tests at Oxford, ; dropped after CORRIGAN, D. J., created a Baronet, 312.
Council, vide Privy COUNCIL, INDIA.
a Charity Commissioner, 316; appointed
Vice-President of the Committee of
Council on Education, ib.
and South Coast Railway, near Cater- Couch, R., Chief Justice of Bombay,
in Ordinary to the Queen, 313.
Privy Council, 315; appoir a Secre-
CREMORNE, LORD, created Earl of Dar-
CRYSTAL PALACE, great fire at, 205 ;
COUNT, Memoirs of, by Lady Comber- CUMBERBATCH, A. C., made a C.B., 313.
mere and W. W. Knollys, . CUNDALL, MR., “ The most celebrated of
Rembrandt's Etchings,” .
year, 44, ; general depression of
DEATH, under mysterious circumstauces,
under suspicious circumstances, at
maica, 312; vide CHARITY COMMIS. sons during the year, ; of eminent
men, ; vide ACCIDENT, and OBI-
becomes a member of, 57; Birmingham DENMARK.—“Denmark in the Early Iron
Age,” by C. Engelhardt, ; Hon.
DENYSSEN, P. J., a puisne Judge at the
DECORATION.-"Albert Medal,” Warrant
pointed Secretary to the Embassy at, DERBY, THE, Prince of Wales present at,
48; won by “ Lord Lyon," ib.
on the resignation of Earl Russell,
Lords, on coming into office as Prime
Lords of the Treasury, 316.
Devon, EARL OF, appointed Chancellor of EDWARD I., vide “ Year Books."
EDWARDS, H., created a Baronet, 316.
Mommsen's “History of Rome,” vol. iv., the Swallows,” (Travels in Algeria),
EDWARDS, W., Esq.-A Judge of the
High Court, North Western Provinces,
Amendments on the Roman Catholic gal Civilian,” .
Eliot, GEORGE, “ Felix Holt, the Radi-
EMPEROR, vide NAPOLEON III., and vide
Christian Literature and Doctrine," ENGELHARDT, C., “ Denmark in the Early
Iron Age,” .
ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF CIVIL, An-
ENGLAND.- History of the Year, ;
Commissioner of the Admiralty, 312; view of the year, (182]; commercial
panic in, ; credit much impaired,
dreadful fire at, 60; arrival of Lord weather and high price of corn and
War, ; History of, by Froude,
Henry V.,” by G. M. Towle, ;
ment on the ministerial Reform Bill, Jesse, .
; amendment carried, . ENGLEHEART, G. D., Treasurer to Prince
Epsom, vide DERBY, THE; Oaks, THE;
office of Lord Chief Justice of the Com.
mon Pleas, 179.
President of the Royal Academy after cuting the offices of Treasurer of the
Exchequer, &c., 314.
sioner of the Admiralty, 312; a Lord, ARMY ESTIMATES; NAVY, vide Navy
University of, Mr. Carlyle installed as lated by Dean Milman, .
EXCHEQUER, TREASURER OF, Earl Russell
ber of the Grocers' Company, 57; pre- executing the office of, 314.
Paintings), ; (Old Masters), ib.;
; Society of Female Artists, ib.
Society of Painters in Water Colours, ib.; FITZGERALD, LORD O., sworn of the
FITZPATRICK, J. C., a Puisne Judge at
72; in Pelton Fell Colliery, near New- “FIVE GREAT MONARCHIES,” History of,
FLOOD, in Lancashire and Yorkshire, 175.
pending war in Germany, , &c.;
William the Conqueror to Queen Anne, Commons, debate on, .
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL AFFAIRS, De.
appointed Governor and Commander-in- ib.
FORTESCUE, MR., introduces Bill on land.
dropped in consequence of change in
Commissioner of the Admiralty, 312; FORTIFICATION (of Arsenals), Bill for,
; withdrawn, ib.
FORSTER, B., “Summer Scenes,” .
FOULD, M. ACHILLE, vide FRANCE.
Fox, CHARLES JAMES, Life and Times of,
commencement of the year, ; dis- FRANCE.-Funeral of Marie Amélie, Ex-
meetings, ; Official Report of
Budget presented by M. Achille Fould,
Walewski, President of the Corps Légis.
Deluge," “ Vegetable World,” . Législatif in reply to the Emperor's
; various reductions, ; formal reply to the Emperor's Speech, ;
ment to its Ambassador, as to proposed
Crewe Hall, Cheshire, 3; at Poplar, Russia in endeavouring to prevent Con-
at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham, 205. 1852, ib.; Speech of M. Rouher, Minis-
pointed under the Salmon Fishery Act, despatch of the Minister of the Interior
as to the results of the war in Germany,
; commencement of withdrawal Federal Army, ib.; proclamation of the
on Reform, ; case of “Bishop of
of, by an educational test, ; with- of the Rolls, 260; a Commissioner for
executing the offices of Treasurer of the
Exchequer, &c., 314.
GLASS, R. A., knighted, 317.
GNEIST, HERR, vide PRUSSIA.
Magistrate of, 318.
Star of India, 313; appointed a Member a C. B., 317.
Gooch, D., created a Baronet, 317.
pold from the King of the Belgians, GORDON, Hon. A. H., appointed Governor
of Trinidad, 316.
ral for Scotland, 316.
GORDON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL, G. G.,
of Lancaster, 312.
of Norwich, 318.
GOULD, G. F., Secretary of Legation at
GRABOW, HERR VON, vide PRUSSIA.
GRANT, CAPTAIN (the African traveller),
GRANT, F., elected President of the Royal
(and Dean Stanley), Trustees for the
National Portrait Gallery, ib.
lature on the impending war in , Jamaica, 316.