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Fort, John, 262: Fosbroke, rev. T.
D. 241: Foster, hon. J. L. 277:
Foulis, sir J. 267 : Fox, mrs. (widow
of rt, hon. C. Jas. Fox), 276: Fraser,
maj. 274: Fraser, rev. W. 282: Frost,
John, 279: Frost, ensign, 276
Gabert, rev. A. 292: Gale, rev. J.:
280 : Galloway, dow.-countess of, 276.
Galwey, J. W. 280: Gascoigne R. S,
309 : Gibson, rey. J. S. 286: Gillies,
lord; 309: Girdlestone, S, R. 268 :
Girdlestone, T. B. 295 : Gleadow, rev.
T. R. 304 : Golding, John, 262 :
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F. 303: Goodeve, lady, F. J. 273 :
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Graham, rev. W. B. 282: Grahame,
Jas. 275 : Grant, P. 269 : Gray, lord,
282 : Gray, col. 309 : Green, rev. E.
274: Greene, W. 305 : Gregorie, D.
W. 995 : Grey, miss, 261 : Grillin, W.
261: Griffith, rev. E. 300: Grilliths,
rear-adm. 272: Grosvenor, rev. R.
Hall, vice-adm. 269: Ilamilton, T.
305.: Ilannay, sir S. 241 : Ilardyman,
lient. Lucius, 243: Harper, J. 295 :
Harrison, John, 255: Harry, rev. N.
M. 296 : Harvey, John, 249 : Ilaw-
kins, J. S. 280 : Heathcote, lady, 296 :
Henniker, bon. maj. 268 : Berring,
J. 295: Herschell, dr. 298 : Hertford,
marq. of, 255: Hesketh, sir T. D.
279 : Hewitt, M. 304 : Hicks, Jolin,
268 : Hildyard, rev. W. 254: Hill,
visc. 306 : Hill, sir F. B. 261: Hill,
mrs. E. R. 309 : Hill, lady G, 257 :
Hinkson, rev. S. W. 286: Hird, rev.
L. 304: Holcombe, rev. J. 276: Hol-
lis, G. 242: Hone, Wm. 300: Hone,
rev. J. H. 302: Honywood, dow.-lady,
257 : Hooper, Grace, 261 : Llope,
lieuto-col. 295: Horrucks, Sam. 260 ;
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Houston, sir W. 262 : Howard, Edw,
241 : Howley, R. 292: Ilumann, M.
264: Hugill, rev. J. 297: Hughes,
rev. dr. 304: Huskisson, col. 282 :
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278: Irby, W. H. R. 296 : Ireland,
James, rev. R. 297: Johnson, rev.
A, 261 : Johnstone, capt. 268 ; Jones,
J. 302: Jones, rev. J. 280: Jones, rev.
S. 279; Jones, rev. W. 292
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295 ; Kennaway, judge, 295: Kenni-
cot, rev. B. 260: Kenny, dr. P. 295 :
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283: Kinglake, dr. 292: Knight, rev.
R. H. 278: Koe, B. D. 276 : Kulili,
rev. H. 243
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245 : Lawford, adm. sir J. 309 : Lee-
son, hon. R. 245 : Leicester, earl of
275: Leitb, sir G. A. W. 246 : Lewis;
rev. J. 303 : Lewis, rev. T. 304,
Lipscomb, rev. W. 269 : Lister, T.
II. 271 : Littledale, rt. hon, sir Jos.
274: Lloyd, J. 285 : Longley, G. 280 :
Longman, T. N. 283 : Longmire, rev.
J. 280 : Ludlow, earl, 263 : Lushing-
ton, rev. W. H. 278: Lyon, lieut:-
gen. sir Jas. 295: Lyster, T. L. 295
Macclesfield, earl of, 259: McCul-
lagh, dr. 309: Macgregor, Frances, S.
249: Mackie, J. F.263: Maddrell, rev.
H. 278: Maguin, dr. 282 : Magnay, J,
309 : Mahon, sir Ross 262: Mainwar-
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W. 248 : Marychurch, rev. W. T.
280 : Massy, lion. G. E.248 : Massey,
sir H, D. 261 : Masters, rev. J. W.
260 : Matcham, mrs. 261: Maturin,
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bishop of (Dickinson), 277: Meck-
lenburg-Schwerin, grand duke of, 256 ;
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286: Mill, baron, 309 : Mitchell, capt.
303 : Mistord, dr. 305: Morgan, mrs.
268: Molesworth, lady, 305 ; Moles-
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282 : Moorsel, baroness Van der Noot
de, 294; Monckton, rev. II. 298 ;
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R. 309 : Morgan, rev. W.281 : Mor-
ris, D), E. 253 : Morris, F. A. 305 :
Moyes, C. 283: Mozart, widow of,
257 : Mudie, R. 266: Munster, earl of,
258: Munster, countess of, 304;
Murray, lady, 246
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cote, W. C. 270: Neville, R. 285;
Newton, maj.-gen. 273: Nicholay,
lieut.-gen. sir W. 267 : Nicholl, dr.
241 : Norfolk, duke of, 257 : Norris,
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sir M. 292: Onsby, rev. J. 254: Osa
borne, Jer. 303 ; Ouseley, major-gen.
sir R. 267
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297 : Palliser, capt, 292: Parrock, Strong, archd. 285 : Sutherland, A.
John, 269: Park, rey. W. W. 305 : 249 : Sutton, lady, 242
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304; Paul, sir J. C, 282 ; Pearce, Jn. 268 ; Teynham, lord, 286 : Teynham-
261: Peat, lady, 304: Peel, R. H. lord, 256 : Theakston, J. 263; Thier,
305: Peel, R. 243 : Penruddocke, J. rey, lieut. 263: Thompson, rev.J.304,
H. 241: Petrie, H. 258 : Phelps, J. Thornhill, lieut.-col. 293: Thornton:
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rev. H. J. 294; Platt, T. 294; Pock N. 283: Tomlinson, lieut-col. 268 :
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rev. R. B. 285: Popham, capt. 254: Travers, lieut. 281 : Treherne, R.
Porter, sir R. Kerr, 267: Potter, R.
H. 294 ; Trimmer. rev. H. 278:
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hon. and rev. L. 246: Pozzo di Borgo, 286: Turner, rey, A. 282 : Turner,
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rev. J. 303: Price, lieut.-gen. 294; Vane, sir F. F. 252 : Varley, John,
Pringle, R. 309 : Pugh, rev. S. 300 : 303 : Vicary, rev. A. T. R. 305: Vi-
Putt, rev. F. 304
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W. 303: Richardson, J.J. 260: Rick 300 : Wakley, H. 283: Walford, rev.
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R. 268: Roberts, rev. G. 297 : Robin maj.-gen. 294: Walker, miss E. 242
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Rushout, rev. G. 295
C. 286: Wright, rev. E. c. 281:
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John, rev. H. E. 283 : Sadleir, T. 286: Wells, rev. J. 278: Wetherall,
296 : Sandes, rt. rev. dr. (bishop of gen. sir F. 309: Wetherell, rev. R.
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Scott, Mrs. 261 : Scott, Wm. 296: tuck, rev. S. H. 286 : Wholehan,
Scully, Jas. 303: Sealey, G. T. 283; Lewis, 280: Wiles, R. 261 : Williams,
Sebastiani, countess, 254: Selwood, rev. T. A. 295: Wingfield, rev. R.
Frances, 261 : Serjeantson, rev. J.
303; Winsloe, rev. R. 298 : Wishaw,
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260 ; Sevestre, Sir T. 252 : Shannon, Woodriff, D. 254; Wood, rev. dr.
earl of, 264: Shrapnel, lieut.-gen 257 ; 303; Woodthorpe, H. 256 : Wrang.
Shaw, James, 284 : Sheriffe, rev. T. ham, archd. 309: Wrottesley, hon.
269 : Shield, adm. 273; Shiffner, sir L. 268: Wyatt, lieut. 269: Wyatt,
G. 248 : Shooter, rev. Jos. 243: Shut. lady (Louisa Sheridan), 241 : Wynd-
tleworth, rt. rev. Philip N. (bishop ham, E. 302
of Chichester), 243 : Sibly, rev. E. R. Yates, F. H. 273; Young, sir W.
286 : Simpson, rev. J. 286 : Single-
ton, archd. 257 : Sismondi, 274 : Zandt, baron von, 256; Zohrab,
Skegg, Edw. 260: Sleath, rev. dr.
296 : Smith, lieuto-gen. sir Lionel, Darling, death of Grace, 165
242 : Smith, major-gen. 296: Smith, DESPATCHES-despatches and papers re-
lady, 276: Smith, John, 246: Sinol lating to Military Operations in Aff-
lett, rear-adm. 268 : Smythies, rev. ghanistan-1. Political, 405; II. Ope-
A. Y. 273: Somerset, gen. lord R. rations of Major-general Sir R. Sale,
284; Somerset, hon, C. F. E. 261; 447, III. Operations of Major-gene-
Somerville, lord, 271 : Sotheby, Sam. ral Nott, 465 ; IV. Operations of Ma.
243: Soyer, mrs. 283: Spankie, serj. jor-general Pollock, 473 ; correspon-
299 ; Spittal, sir Jas. 286: Standen, dence relating to alleged outrages by
Jieut.-col. 309 : Stentenant, rev. S. T. the troops in Affghanistan, 489
268 : Stevens, rev. H. 295 ; Stopford, Destitution, case of, 178
Doncaster Races, the Great St. Leger, Great Britain-continued.
the commencement of the Year, ;
Dudley, riots at, 76
withdrawal of the Duke of Bucking-
Duel, between hon. Craven Berkeley, ham from the Cabinet, ; opening
v. Capt. Boldero, 125; between J. P. of the Session of Parliament in pre-
Stanfield, esq. v. Sir R. Codrington, sence of the King of Prussia, and
Speech from the Throne, 13); Fi-
nancial dilliculties, and proposed re-
Earthquake--popular delusion in Lon medies, -see PARLIAMENT
don, 42-53; at St. Domingo, 10,000
lives lost, 109
Hamburgh, the city destroyed by fire,
Election Law, 143
Elephant, revenge of an, 76
Harvest, progress of the, 149; thanks-
Elopement with a ward in Chancery, giving for, 155
Hill, funeral of Lord, 194
Execution of Cooper for murder of po Hullah, his musical classes, 71
liceman Daley, 120
Hydrophobia, case of, 42
Explosion of detonating powder in a
Income-tax, first sitting of the Commis-
FINANCE ACCOUNTS, 342
INDIA—Afghanistan; collision with the
Fires-in Gracechurch-street, 22 ; in Ghilzies, causes of the quarrel, (233) ;
cendiary, in Kent, 75 ; destruction Sir R. Sale sent to force the Kboord
of the City of Hamburgh, 84 ; Riley Cabul pass, ; pass carried, but
House, Devon, destroyed, 94; in Ely Sir R. Sale forced to fight his way,
Cathedral, 103; on the Great Western amid great difficulties, to Jellalabad,
Railway, 139 ; at Liverpool, 153; in [235); position of the British forces
Mancbester, 175; in the Minories, at Cabul,  ; insurrection at Ca-
seven lives lost, 192 ; at Liverpool, bul, Sir A. Burnes murdered, [236);
troops withdraw to cantonments, and
Forged cheques on Sir R. Peel, 52
enter into treaty with Akbar Khan,
Fox, funeral of widow of right hon.  ; Sir W. Macnaghten treacher-
ously assassinated by Akbar, (238];
France, attempted escape of state pri the troops evacuate the cantonments,
soners from Mont St. Michel, 37
and are perfidiously attacked, ;
FRANCE — Resolution of the Parisian hostages given, ; the ladies
editors on the conviction of M. Du given up, ; the native troops
poty, (279); speech from the throne destroyed in the Huft Kothul pass,
on opening the Chambers, (281); ; General Elphinstone detained
addresses on the jour de l'an,  ; prisoner, ; destruction the
debates on the address, (284) ; ques. European force in the Tezeen pass,
tion of the right of search, [284); ; Dr. Brydon alone escapes to
dispute with Spain on a point of eti reveal the calamity, ; the Aff.
quette, (284); affairs of the East, ghans invest Jellalabad, heroic con-
(285); melancholy death of the Duke duct of Sir R. Sale and his garrison,
of Orleans, ; extraordinary ; measures taken by the Indian
convocation of the Chambers, choice Government,  ; the troops col-
of a Regent, ; Regency bill lected to clear the Khyber pass to
passed, [294) ; dreadful accident on Jellalabad fail, (242) ; Gen. Pollock
the Versailles Railway,  ; proro takes the command, forces the defile,
gation of the Chambers, (293)
and arrives at Jellalabad, ; gal-
lant actions of the garrison, relieve
Francis, attempt of to assassinate the themselves previous to his arrival,
Queen, 96 ; transported, 12)
; transactions at Cabul in the
Girl in boy's clothes at Wexford, 5; an interim, death of Gen. Elphinstone,
murder of Shah Soojah,  ; deten-
Glasgow, election of Lord Rector, 181 tion of the army at Jellalabad ; Akbar
Gold, calling in light gold coin, and in offers to treat for ransomn of prisoners,
convenience thereby occasioned, 106 their situation, (250); army advances,
GREAT BRITAIN-state of the Country forces the defiles, defeats Akbar in
and position of the Government at the Tezeen pass, and enters Cabul,
[2511; release of the prisoners, (254); Lowe for robbing Viscount Frankfort,
proclamation of the Governor-Gene 171; further appearance of the par.
ral, (254); detachment under Gen. ties at Bow-street, 181; gambling
Mc Caskill storms Istalill, 1255); transactions, 187; blasphemous pub.
army evacuates Afghanistan, destroy lications, 187, 189, 194; Carpue v.
ing Cabul and Jellalabad, ; Brighton Railway Company, 187 ;
Quetta evacuated, ; extraordi Evans v. Platt, 310; Jervison v. Dy.
nary proclamation of the Governor-
son, 311; office of judge promoted by
General, (237); transactions at Can Sanders 0 Head, 315 ; Campbell v.
dahar and Ghuznee : Insurgents at Scott and Geary, 317; Bank of Eng.
tack Candabar and are twice de land v. Tomkins Exchequer bill
feated by Gen. Nott, (257); Gen. frauds, 319; Attorney-general v. Lord
England fails in conveying reinforce Carrington, 322; Snow v. Snow, 324;
ments to Gen. Nott, (258); Ghuznee Bulteel v. Lord Abinger, 327 ; Rooke
evacuated by treaty, treachery of the v. Conway, 332 ; James Shea, alias
Ghazees, destruction of the Sepoys Smyth, for murder, 335; Ashworth
and captivity of the officers, ; and others v. Earl of Uxbridge, 337 ;
Gen. Nott, advances from Candahar Reynolds and others for murder on
on Cabul, defeats the Allghans and the high seas, 333
enters Ghuznee, ; destroys Leicester, Poor-law riot at, 75
Ghuznee, defeats the Allghans, and London, mortality of, 47
joins Gen. Pollock at Cabul, (263] Lord Mayor, installation of the, 176
Inundation at Derby, 60
Lunacy, commission of, on Mr. H, W.
Ireland, riots for food, 105 ; new Law
appointments, 171; desperate outrage
MARQUESAS, OR SOCIETY ISLANDS-Sum.
mary of intercourse with Great Bri-
Jamaica, fatal riot in, 31
tain, (337); dispute with the French
Jews, funeral of the Chief Rabbi, 174 (338); are taken possession of by a
French frigate, ; are colonized
LAW.-Moor v. Clarke-Law of Copy. by a projet de loi, (340)
right, 29; Thornton v. Portman- Marriages, 212
the Gurney affair, 33 ; Dunn v. Coombe Meteorological table, 378
-Miss Coutte Burdett, 43; the Wrax Mines and Collieries Act, 396
hall burglary, 47 ; extraordinary trial Ministry, list of, as it stood at the Meet.
for murder at York, 50; Queen v. ing of the Parliament, 200
Jones--bribery, 57; Stephens v. Emly Monument, the, ordered to be guarded
and another--liability of members of with additional railings, 139
club-houses, 59; at Dublin, Robert Murders--at Mansfield, 2; and suicide,
Caldwell for criminal assault, 68; 6; at Dublin, by Delahunt, 10; near
trial, at Philadelphia, of the mate of Belfast, 20; in Wiltshire, 24 ; in
the William Brown, 90; Lady lew Montgomeryshire, 25; at Monkwear-
ley's charity--judge's decision, 109; mouth, 35; extraordinary trial for, at
Macready v. Harmer--libel, 115; of York, 50; and suicide near Bristol,
Matthew Russell for attempt to assas. 61; hy Good, on Putney-heath, 64;
sinate, at Carlisle, 125 ; of Benjamin at Leicester, 69; at Mobile theatre,
and llannah Hurd for murder, by 82 ; at Tipperary, 95; near Leomin-
poisoning, 128 ; at Galway, for duela ster, 101, another Laflarge, 103; at
ling, 131; Greville 1. Chapman- Nottingham, 128; and attempted sui-
Canadian, 135 ; Lady Hewley's Cha cide at the Auction Mart tavern, 188
rity--decision of Privy Council, 135; Music--Mr. Hullah's musical classes,
of M'Gill and others for the abduc 71
tion of Anne Crellin, at Liverpool,
135; against the Bishop of Derry, Nelson, the ball that killed him, 89
136 ; of Bean, for attempt to shoot Newport, opening of the dock at,
the Queen, 139; of Rev. W. Lucy, for 160
breach of election law, 143 ; of Rev. Norfolk Island, emeute at, 198
Stephen Aldhouse, for bigamy, 143;
of Eliza Denman, for swindling, 154; Orleans, frightful death of H.R.U. Duke
of Cooper, the Chartist, 161; of Alice of, at Paris, 124
Paris, discovery of a gang of thieves in Parliament-continued
fiscal reformation developed ; his
PARLIAMENT_Opened by the Queen in speech,  ; the Income-tax, ;
person, in the presence of the King of its reception, ; Lord Brougham's
Prussia; speech from the throne, ; resolution, 177); debate in the Com.
address in the Lords moved by the mons, on the Budget, (79); Sir R.
Marquess of Abercorn, seconded by Peel's explanation, 182), reception
the Earl of Dalhousie,  ; after of these measures in the Commons,
speeches from Viscount Melbourne, ; debates, Lord J. Russell's
15); Earl of Ripon, Lord Brougham, amendment, ; debated four
; Earl Fitzwilliam, Duke of Wel nights, summary of the debate, re-
lington, and Duke of Buckingham, is jected,  ; read first time, [94-
carried without a division,  ; ad 98]; progress in committee, 198–
dress in the Commons moved by 100] ; third reading, [100--101];
Earl of March, seconded by Mr. bill passes rapidly through the Lords,
Beckett, [10); speeches of Mr. [1021
Ewart, ; Lord J. Russell,  ; The Tariff-Sir R, Peel's scheme
Sir R. Peel, 113); Mr. C. Villiers for an entire revision, ; his
and Mr. Escott,  ; address carried speech, and subsequent debate, ;
without division, (ib.)
Lord Howick's motion against Difler-
Corn-Laws--Sir R. Peel unfolds his ential Duties,  ; agricultural
his plan for altering the Corn-laws; produce and live cattle, ; va-
abstract of his speech, [ib.] ; tabular rious amendments and bill passed,
statement of the new scale, (27); 1117-124]; bill in Lords, discussed
House adjourns without debate, no and carried, [124–127]; debate in
tices of amendments given by Lord Commons on sugar duties, (127)
J. Russell, hon. C. P. Villiers, and State of the Country--motion made
Mr. Christopher, (28); Lord John by Mr. Wallace for an address to the
moves his amendment, condemnatory Queen, ; after three nights de.
of the principle of a Sliding Scale, bates is rejected,  ; again brought
; debate continued through four forward by Mr. Villiers,  ; de-
nights ; Sir R. Peel's reply, ; bate and rejection, [1471; subject
amendment rejected by majority of introduced by Lord Brougham in the
123, ; Mr. Villiers moves his Lords, ; debated and rejected,
amendment, for Abolition of all Duties 
on Corn, ; debate continued Chartist Petition, of enormous bulk,
through five nights; heavy charges ; motion that petitiliners be
brought by Mr. Ferrand against cer heard by counsel rejected, 
tain manufacturers, (50); amendment Mines and Collieries bill --- Lord
rejected by great majority,  ; ex Ashley introduces a bill to regulate
citement in the country, Anti-Corn employment of women and children
law League; Lord Nugent's letter, in in mines and collieries; his state-
withdrawing from League ; Sir R. mente make a great impression on
Peel burnt in efligy, (53]; proceed the house and country,  : the
ings of the agriculturists, ; Mr. bill passes rapidly through the Com.
Christopher's amendment, proposing
In the Lords, Lord Wharn-
additional protection discussed, (54] ; clille declares Government to be pas-
and rejected, ; the duties on sive, (172); the M. of Londonderry
Barley, 156]; on Oats, ; on opposes second reading, ; bill
Flour, (57); on Colonial Wheat, [57; passed through the Lords with amend-
Mr. Buller's scale, Mr. Hastie's pro ments, [175); the Lord's amendments
posal, ; second reading of the discussed in the Commons, and
bill carried, , ; discussed in agreed to, 
committee, and carried, 160–61]; Bribery at Elections - Suspicious
second reading moved in the Lords, results of several election commit-
debate, ; carried, ; in com tees,  ; Mr. Roebuck boldly puts
mittee Lord Melbourne moves for a questions to the suspected members,
fixed duty, ; discussion ; amend  ; Mr. Roebuck states his charge
ment negatived, ; other amend and moves for a select committee,
ments rejected ; bill passed, 1701 ; after adjourned debate the mo-
Finance--Sir R. Peel's plan for a tion carried, (184); Mr. Duncombe's