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BURGHLEY, LORD, appointed Treasurer Cave, S., sworn of the Privy Council, and
of the Household, 316.

appointed Vice-President of the Board
BURNETT, G., appointed Lyon King of of Trade, 316.
Arms in Scotland, 317.

CAVENDISI, LADY E., Honorary Lady of
BUXTON, MR.- Motion on Jamaica, [81]; the Bedchamber to Princess Christian
agreed to in part, [83].

of Schleswig-Holstein, 315.
“CERES,” THE, wreck of, off the Irish

coast, 170.
CHAMBERS, MR.- Bill to legalize mar-

riage with a deceased wife's sister, [80];
CABINET, vide MINISTRY.

rejected, ib.
CADOGAN, Earl, appointed Captain of

CHANCELLOR, THE LORD, vide CHELMS-
the Yeomen of the Guards, 316.

FORD.
CAIRD, A. M‘N., “Mary Stuart, her Guilt

CHARITY COMMISSION.-A. Hobhouse
or Innocence,” (298).

appointed a Commissioner, 313; Right
CAIRNS, Right Hon. SIR H. M'C., ap-

Hon. H. T. L. Corry appointed a Com-
pointed Attorney-General, 316; ap-

missioner, 316.
pointed a Lord Justice of Appeal, 317.

CHARLES, PRINCE, OF HOHENZOLLERN,
CAITHNESS, EARL OF, created Baron

vide MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIA.
Barrogill (United Kingdom), 313.

CHELMSFORD, LORD, reads the Royal
CALCUTTA, Bishop OF (Dr. Cotton), Speech on the prorogation of Parlia-
obituary notice, 211.

ment, [179]; appointed Lord Chan-
CALCUTTA. W. Markby appointed a

cellor, 315.
Judge of the High Court, 313.

CHINA, vide PEKING AND TIE PE.
CAMBRIDGE, DUKE OF (Commander-in- KINGESE,” (308).
Chief), reviews the Volunteers in Hyde-

CHOLERA.—Progress of in Europe early
park, 72.

in the year, [2]; visitation of, lighter
CAMBRIDGE, PRINCESS MARY OF, vide in England than abroad, [183]; sub-
MARY, PRINCESS.

scriptions for relief of the sufferers, ib.;
CAMBRIDGE, UNIVERSITY OF, annual general statistics, ib.
boat-race with Oxford, 15.

CHRISTIAN, PRINCE (of Schleswig-Hol.
CANADA.- Invasion of Fenians from the stein).—Lieut.-Col. G. G. Gordon ap-

United States, [266]; transfer of seat pointed Equerry to, 315 ; appointed a
of Government from Montreal to Ot- Major-General, 316.
tawa, [266]; speech of Lord Monck, CHRISTIAN, PRINCESS (of Schleswig-
Governor-General, on the opening of Holstein).- Lady S. Leslie-Melville
the Parliament, [266]; suspension of appointed Lady of the Bedchamber,
the Habeas Corpus Act, [268].

and Lady E. Cavendish Honorary Lady
CANNING, S., knighted, 317.

of the Bedchamber to, 315.
CAPE OF Good Hope.-P. J. Denyssen

CHRONICLE OF REMARKABLE OCCUR-
and J. C. Fitzpatrick appointed puisne RENCES, 1; and vide January, February,
Judges, and S. Jacobs Attorney-Ge-

&c.
neral, 314.

CHURCH, vide IRELAND, CHURCH OF;
CARDWELL, Right Hon. E.- Bill for SCOTLAND, CHURCH

OF ;

JEWISH
the Government of Jamaica, [81];

Church.
carried, ib.

CHURCH RATES.--Mr. Hardcastle's Billon,
“CARLTON GRANGE," novel, by the [72]; second reading, [74]; withdrawn,

author of "Abbot's Cleve,” [313]. (77); Mr. Gladstone's Bill on, [74];
CARLYLE, MR., installed as Rector of the agreed to, [77]; Sir W. Brodie's Bili
University of Edinburgh, 19.

on, [76]; withdrawn, [77],
CARNARVON, EARL OF, sworn of the CHURCH Estates COMMISSION.–Right

Privy Council, 315; appointed a Secre- Hon. J. R. Mowbray and E. Howes
tary of State, 315.

appointed Commissioners, 317.
CARTER, J. B., a commissioner for exe- CLANRICARDE, MARQUIS OF, introduces

cuting the offices of Treasurer of the Bill on Landlord and Tenant in Ireland,
Exchequer, &c., 314.

[47]; Bill dropped, [48].
CATERHAM, Railway Collision near, 36. CLARK, SIR J., made a K.C.B., 315.
CATTLE PLAGUE, State of, at the com- CLAY, MR., introduces a Bill for extend-

mencement of the year, [1]; discussed ing the franchise by an educational
in the debates on the Address, [8], &c.; test, [101]; Bill withdrawn, [102].
Bill relating to, [19]; carried, [23]; CLERMONT, LORD, created Baron Cler-
appearance of, in Ireland, 46 ; great mont (United Kingdom), 313.
diminution of, during the year, [182]; CLIFTON.-Suicide of G. W. Green, by
total loss during the year, ib.

jumping from the Suspension Bridge,
CATTLE SHOw (Smithfield Club), 192. 43.

COCKAYNE, O., “ Holi Meidenhad,” [313]. CORNWALL, BARRY (Proctor), “Life of
Coins, Reniarkable discovery of, near the Charles Lamb,” [304].

old Roman road from Silchester to CORNWALL, Duchy of, Major-Gen. Sir
Staines, 47.

T. M. Biddulph appointed Receiver.
COLERIDGE, MR.—Bill for abolishing General, 313.

tests at Oxford, [77]; dropped after CORRIGAN, D. J., created a Baronet, 312.
second reading, [78].

Council, vide Privy COUNCIL, INDIA.
COLLETT, C., a judge of the High Court, CORRY, Right Hon. H. T. L., appointed
Madras, [313].

a Charity Commissioner, 316; appointed
COLLIERY, vide ExploSION.

Vice-President of the Committee of
COLLINS, W., “ Armadale," [313].

Council on Education, ib.
COLLISION.-On the London, Brighton, Cotton, Dr., vide CALCUTTA, BISHOP OF.

and South Coast Railway, near Cater- Couch, R., Chief Justice of Bombay,
ham, 36; on the Great Northern Rail. 313; knighted, 315.
way, in Welwyn Tunnel, 65; of the Couza, PRINCE, vide MOLDAVIA and
“Amazon” and “ Osprey,” near the WALLACHIA.
Devonshire Coast, 90; of the “Bruiser” COWELL, MAJOR SIR J. C., Master of the
and “Haswell,” 115; inquiry instituted Household, 313.
by the Board of Trade, 119; inquest COWIE, REV. B. M., Honorary Chaplain
and verdict, 120.

in Ordinary to the Queen, 313.
COLONIAL AFFAIRS, Debates on, [80]. CRANBOURNE, Viscount, sworn of the
COLORADO, vide UNITED STATES.

Privy Council, 315; appoir a Secre-
COLVILE, LIEUT.-COL., made a C.B., tary of State, ib.
317.

CREMORNE, LORD, created Earl of Dar-
COLVILLE, LORD, appointed Master of the trey (United Kingdom), 315.
Buckhounds, 316.

CRYSTAL PALACE, great fire at, 205 ;
COMBERMERE, FIELD-MARSHAL Vis. concerts at, [326].

COUNT, Memoirs of, by Lady Comber- CUMBERBATCH, A. C., made a C.B., 313.

mere and W. W. Knollys, [303]. CUNDALL, MR., “ The most celebrated of
COMBERMERE, LADY (and W.W. Knollys),

Rembrandt's Etchings,” [325].
“Memoirs of Viscount Combermere," CUSTOzza, vide AUSTRIA, ITALY.

[303].
COMMERCE.- Severe panic during the

year, 44, [183]; general depression of
funds and shares, even after the panic,
[184]; bank rate of discount raised to
10 per cent., [181]; declines after DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES, vide MOL-
August 17, ib.; failure of the house of DAVIA AND WALLACHIA.
Overend, Gurney, and Co., ib.; some D'AUBIGNÉ, “ History of the Reformation
particulars of the Board of Trade Re. in the Time of Calvin," vol. iv., [302].
turns, (186).

DEATH, under mysterious circumstauces,
COMMERELL, CAPTAIN, made a C.B., at Reading, 33; of Mrs. E. V. Warder,
317.

under suspicious circumstances, at
COMMISSION, on the disturbances in Ja- Brighton, 93; of eminent literary per-

maica, 312; vide CHARITY COMMIS. sons during the year, [316]; of eminent
SION, CHURCI ESTATES COMMISSION, artists, [325]; of eminent scientific
and JAMAICA.

men, [337]; vide ACCIDENT, and OBI-
COMPANIES (limited), large number of TUARY for memoirs of eminent persons
failures in 1866, [2].

deceased.
COMPANY, GROCERS', Duke of Edinburgh DECEMBER, Chronicle for, 188.

becomes a member of, 57; Birmingham DENMARK.—“Denmark in the Early Iron
Banking, stoppage of, 97.

Age,” by C. Engelhardt, [312]; Hon.
CONGRESS.- Church Congress at York, C. A. Murray appointed Envoy to, 314.
144 ; and vide AssociATION.

DENYSSEN, P. J., a puisne Judge at the
CONINGTON, PROFESSOR, translation of Cape of Good Hope, 314.
the Æneid” of Virgil, [310].

DECORATION.-"Albert Medal,” Warrant
CONSTANTINOPLE, H. P. T. Barron ap- of the Queen for institution of, 12.

pointed Secretary to the Embassy at, DERBY, THE, Prince of Wales present at,
315.

48; won by “ Lord Lyon," ib.
COPENHAGEN, F. C. Ford appointed DERBY, EARL OF, becomes Prime Minister
Secretary of Legation at, 315.

on the resignation of Earl Russell,
COPLEY, LADY C., an extra Bedchamber (166); speech of, in the House of
Woman to Her Majesty, 314.

Lords, on coming into office as Prime
CORK AND ORRERY, EARL OF, sworn of Minister, [172]; and others, appointed
the Privy Council, 314.

Lords of the Treasury, 316.

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Devon, EARL OF, appointed Chancellor of EDWARD I., vide “ Year Books."
the Duchy of Lancaster, 316.

EDWARDS, H., created a Baronet, 316.
Dickson, Rev. W. P., translation of EDWARDS, Miss M. B., “A Winter with

Mommsen's “History of Rome,” vol. iv., the Swallows,” (Travels in Algeria),
[302].

[309].
DIET, FEDERAL, vide GERMANY.

EDWARDS, W., Esq.-A Judge of the
DISCOUNT, vide BANK OF ENGLAND.

High Court, North Western Provinces,
D'ISRAELI, RIGHT Hon. BENJAMIN. India, 313; “ Reminiscences of a Ben-

Amendments on the Roman Catholic gal Civilian,” [315].
Oaths Bill, [24]; speech, in Bucking- EGYPT, Ismail Pacha, Viceroy of, made
hamshire, [167]; appointed Chancellor a G.C.B., 318.
of the Exchequer, 315.

Eliot, GEORGE, “ Felix Holt, the Radi-
DOCUMENTS AND STATE PAPERS, vide cal,” [313]:
APPENDIX.

EMPEROR, vide NAPOLEON III., and vide
DONALDSON, J., “Critical History of AUSTRIA, FRANCE, &c.

Christian Literature and Doctrine," ENGELHARDT, C., “ Denmark in the Early
[306].

Iron Age,” [312].
DONCASTER, vide St. LEGER.

ENGINEERS, INSTITUTION OF CIVIL, An-
DOUGLAS PENNANT, Hon. E. G., created nual Dinner, 42.
Baron Penrhyn, 317.

ENGLAND.- History of the Year, [1];
DROU YN DE Luuys, M., vide FRANCE. General aspect of affairs at the com-
DRUMMOND, REAR-ADMIRAL J. R., a mencement of the year, ib.; brief re-

Commissioner of the Admiralty, 312; view of the year, (182]; commercial
a Lord, 313.

panic in, [184]; credit much impaired,
DUBLIN, murder of a policeman at, 37 ; ib.; distress in consequence of bad

dreadful fire at, 60; arrival of Lord weather and high price of corn and
Abercorn, the new Lord-Lieutenant, meat, (186); joins France and Russia
98; public entry of the new Lord. Lieu- in endeavouring to prevent Continental
tenant, 121.

War, [197]; History of, by Froude,
DUNDAS, F., Lieutenant and Sheriff-Prin. vols ii. and iv., [295]; “History of
cipal of Orkney and Zetland, 313.

Henry V.,” by G. M. Towle, [299];
DUNKELLIN, LORD, proposes an amend- “Memoirs of George III,” by J. H.

ment on the ministerial Reform Bill, Jesse, [303].

[154]; amendment carried, [157]. ENGLEHEART, G. D., Treasurer to Prince
DUNRAVEN, EARL OF, created Baron and Princess Christian of Schleswig-
Kenry (United Kingdom), 314.

Holstein, 315.
DYER, T. H., “Ruins of Pompeii,” [325]. ENNIS, J., created a Baronet, 316.

Epsom, vide DERBY, THE; Oaks, THE;

&c.
ERLE, SIR WILLIAM, retirement from the

office of Lord Chief Justice of the Com.

mon Pleas, 179.
EASTLAKE, SIR C.-Mr. Grant elected Es MONDE, J., a Commissioner for exe-

President of the Royal Academy after cuting the offices of Treasurer of the
his decease, 10.

Exchequer, &c., 314.
EASTWICH, E. B., made a C. B., 317. ESTIMATES, Civil Service and Miscellane.
EDEN, REAR-ADMIRAL C., a Commis. ous, readily adopted, [71]; ARMY, vide

sioner of the Admiralty, 312; a Lord, ARMY ESTIMATES; NAVY, vide Navy
313.

ESTIMATES.
EDINBURGH, Reform Meeting at, 179; EURIPIDES, The “ Bacchanals" of, trans-

University of, Mr. Carlyle installed as lated by Dean Milman, [310].
Rector, 19.

EXCHEQUER, TREASURER OF, Earl Russell
EDINBURGH, DUKE OF.-Becomes a mem- and others appointed Commissioners for

ber of the Grocers' Company, 57; pre- executing the office of, 314.
sent at Ascot on the Cup Day, 59 : EXCHEQUER, Right Hon. B. Disraeli ap-
claims, as his right by birth, the Free- pointed Chancellor of, 315.
dom of the City of London, 62; present EXECUTION, of C.C. Robinson, at Stafford,
at the marriage of Princess Mary of for murder, 5; of J. R. Jeffery, at the
Cambridge, 71; present at the marriage Old Bailey, for the murder of his son,
of Princess Helena, 80; present at the

147.
meeting of the National Rifle Associa. EXHIBITION International Horticul.
tion at Wimbledon, 87, and vide AL- tural, 52; British Institution, (Modern
FRED, PRINCE.

Paintings), [317]; (Old Masters), ib.;
EDUCATION, BOARD OF, vide BOARD OF Society of British Artists, ib.; French,
EDUCATION.

[318]; Society of Female Artists, ib.

Society of Painters in Water Colours, ib.; FITZGERALD, LORD O., sworn of the
Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Privy Council, 314; Treasurer of the
ib.; General, of Water Colour Draw- Household, ib.
ings, ib.; Royal Academy, [319]; FITZGERALD, W. R. S. V., appointed
“ Winter,' Mr. Gambart's and Mr. Governor of Bombay, 317; sworn of the
Wallis's, [321]; “National Portrait,” Privy Council, 318.
[322] ; vide ART.

FITZPATRICK, J. C., a Puisne Judge at
EXPLOSION, in a colliery at Dukinfield, the Cape of Good Hope, 314.

72; in Pelton Fell Colliery, near New- “FIVE GREAT MONARCHIES,” History of,
castle, 166: in the Oaks Colliery, near by the Rev. G. Rawlinson, vol. ii.,
Barnsley, 193; in a colliery near Tun- [300].
stall, in Staffordshire, 198.

FLOOD, in Lancashire and Yorkshire, 175.
FLOOD, F. S., Attorney-General of Gibral-

tar, 313.
FORD, F. C., Secretary of Legation at

Copenhagen, 315.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.-Debates on the im-

pending war in Germany, [90], &c.;
FACSIMILES of National MSS., from Mr. Laing's questions in the House of

William the Conqueror to Queen Anne, Commons, debate on, [96].
[311].

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL AFFAIRS, De.
FALKLAND ISLANDS, W. C. F. Robinson bates on, [80]; Paucity of discussions,

appointed Governor and Commander-in- ib.
Chief of, 314.

FORTESCUE, MR., introduces Bill on land.
“FALKNER LYLE," novel, by M. Lemon, lord and tenant in Ireland, [43]; Bill
[313].

dropped in consequence of change in
FANSHAWE, REAR-ADMIRAL E. G., a Government, [47].

Commissioner of the Admiralty, 312; FORTIFICATION (of Arsenals), Bill for,
a Lord, 313.

[71]; withdrawn, ib.
FEBRUARY, Chronicle for, 10.

FORSTER, B., “Summer Scenes,” [325].
FEDERAL Diet, vide GERMANY.

FOULD, M. ACHILLE, vide FRANCE.
“FELIX HOLT THE RADICAL,” novel, by FOWKE, CAPTAIN, Obituary notice, 212.
George Eliot, [313].

Fox, CHARLES JAMES, Life and Times of,
FENIAN MOVEMENT, position of, at the by Earl Russell, vol. iii., [303].

commencement of the year, [2]; dis- FRANCE.-Funeral of Marie Amélie, Ex-
cussed in the debates on the Address, Queen of the French, 25; History of
[10], &c.; debate on Bill for suspension the year, [187]; tranquil state of,
of Habeas Corpus Act, [28]; renewed during the year, ib.; Emperor's speech
virulence of, towards the end of the on the opening of the Chambers, ib.;
year, [35] ; state of, towards the end of circular of M. Lavalette, Minister of the
the year, [51]; smouldering, and caus- Interior, to the Prefects of Depart.
ing uneasiness in the political world, ments, as to greater freedom of public
[182]; invasion of Canada, [266].

meetings, [191]; Official Report of
FENWICK, H., a Commissioner of the Ad. the state of the Empire, ib.; The
miralty, 312.

Budget presented by M. Achille Fould,
FERGUSSON, J., “The Architecture of Minister of Finance, [192]; Count
Ahmedabad,” [325].

Walewski, President of the Corps Légis.
FERGUSSON, W., created a baronet, 312. latif, in the room of the Duc de Morny,
FIGUIER, M. L., “ World before the deceased, [194]; Address of the Corps

Deluge," “ Vegetable World,” [337]. Législatif in reply to the Emperor's
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, Mr. Gladstone's, Speech, ib.; Address of the Senate in

[53]; various reductions, [59]; formal reply to the Emperor's Speech, [195];
resolutions agreed to, ib.; Mr. Glad. Emperor's reply to address at Auxerre,
stone's, some particulars of, [185]; for [197]; despatch of Austrian Govern-
India, [174]; agreed to, [176].

ment to its Ambassador, as to proposed
FIRE.-At St. Katharine's Dock, 1; at Conference, ib.; joins England and

Crewe Hall, Cheshire, 3; at Poplar, Russia in endeavouring to prevent Con-
34; at Ottery St. Mary, 54; in West- tinental War, ib; Emperor's letter to
moreland-street, Dublin, 60; at New- M. Drouyn de Lhuys as to territorial
castle-on-Tyne, 73; in Duke-street, aggrandizement, [198]; Senatus Con-
Bloomsbury, 124; in the Minories, 132; sultum, modifying the Constitution of

at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham, 205. 1852, ib.; Speech of M. Rouher, Minis-
FISHERIES.-Special Commissioners ap- ter of State, thereon, [199]; circular

pointed under the Salmon Fishery Act, despatch of the Minister of the Interior
1865, 312.

as to the results of the war in Germany,

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[202]; commencement of withdrawal Federal Army, ib.; proclamation of the
of French troops from Rome, [206]; Ex-King of Hanover, conditionally re-
farewell address of General Montebello leasing his subjects from allegiance,
to the Pope, (207); the Pope's reply, [246]; confederation between Prussia
ib.; end of the French occupation of and fifteen small German States, [247];
Rome, [208]; Report of the “ Service of vide AUSTRIA; vide PRUSSIA.
the Year 1866,” presented by M. Fould, GIBRALTAR, F. S. Flood appointed At-
Minister of Finance, ib.; flourishing torney-General, 313.
description of finances in M. Fould's Gibson, J., (sculptor), Death of, [325] ;
report, [209]; Emperor of Austria sur- obituary notice, 213.
renders Venetia to, [231]; letter of GILBERT, Mrs., Death of, (316).
the Emperor to the King of Italy with GLADSTONE, RIGHT Hon. W. E.-Bill for
a view to the restoration of peace, reduction of the National Debt, [60];
[260]; “History of, under the Bour- dropped, [61]; Bill on Church Rates,
bons," by C. D. Yonge, [302]; vide [74]; agreed to, [77]; introduces Bill
MARIE AMÉLIE.

on Reform, [102]; case of “Bishop of
FRANCHISE, Mr. Clay's Bill for extension Natal v.” 259; judgment of the Master

of, by an educational test, [101]; with- of the Rolls, 260; a Commissioner for
drawn, [102].

executing the offices of Treasurer of the
FRANKFORT, vide GERMANY.

Exchequer, &c., 314.
FRANKLIN, SIR John, Statue of, unveiled, GLASGOW, Reform Meeting at, 162.
175.

GLASS, R. A., knighted, 317.
FREER, Miss M. W., “Regency of Anne GLENELG, LORD, obituary notice, 215.
of Austria,” [301].

GNEIST, HERR, vide PRUSSIA.
FREDERICK CHARLES, PRINCE, vide GOLD Coast, W. A. Parker appointed
PRUSSIA.

Magistrate of, 318.
FRERE, SIR H. B. E.-A Knight of the GOLDSMID, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL, made

Star of India, 313; appointed a Member a C. B., 317.
of the Council of India, 317.

Gooch, D., created a Baronet, 317.
FRITH, W. P., receives the Order of Leo- GOODWOOD, The races at, vide Races.

pold from the King of the Belgians, GORDON, Hon. A. H., appointed Governor
(321).

of Trinidad, 316.
FROUDE, MR., “History of England,” vols. GORDON, E. S., appointed Solicitor-Gene-
ii. and iv., [295].

ral for Scotland, 316.
FUNDs, vide COMMERCE.

GORDON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL, G. G.,
FURNIVALL, F. J., “ The Book of Quinte Equerry to Prince Christian of Schles-
Essence,” [313].

wig-Holstein, 315.
Göschen, G. J., Chancellor of the Duchy

of Lancaster, 312.
GOULBURN, Rev. E. M., appointed Dean

of Norwich, 318.

GOULD, G. F., Secretary of Legation at
GABLENZ, FIELD-MARSHAL, vide Aus. Buenos Ayres, 318.
TRIA.

GRABOW, HERR VON, vide PRUSSIA.
GARIBALDI, vide ITALY.

GRANT, CAPTAIN (the African traveller),
GASKELL, Mrs., “Wives and Daughters,” made a C.B., 317.
[313].

GRANT, F., elected President of the Royal
“GEMMA," novel, by T. A. Trollope, Academy, 10. [321]; knighted, 313;
[313].

(and Dean Stanley), Trustees for the
GEORGE III., vide ENGLAND.

National Portrait Gallery, ib.
GERMANY, Debates in the British Legis- GRANT, SIR J. P., appointed Governor of

lature on the impending war in [90], Jamaica, 316.
&c.; history of the war in, [210]; GRAY, SIR JOnn.-Motion on the Church
motion passed in the Federal Diet, to of Ireland, [41]; dropped, [43].
summon Prussia to declare that her in- GREAT EASTERN,” The, leaves the Med-
tentions are pacific, [218]; Federal Diet, way, in order to proceed to Ireland for
resolution passed to prevent ordinary the purpose of laying the Atlantic
Federal contingents in Federal garri. Cable, 75.
sons from being exceeded, ib.; proposal GREEN, G. W., Suicide of, by jumping
for a conference abandoned, [219]; from Clifton Suspension Bridge, 43.
Federal Diet decrees the mobilization GREGORY, MR.-Motion as to capture of
of the Federal forces, ib.; capitulation private property at sea, [84]; with-
of the Hanoverian army at Langen- drawn, [303].
salza, [232]; Prince Charles of Bavaria GREY, EARL.-Motion on the condition of
appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Ireland, [37]; negatived, [41].

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