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ANDRASSY, Count, Minister for Foreign

Affairs, explains in the Hungarian
Diet the foreign policy of the Empire,

[256].
ANGLO-FRENCH TREATY OF COMMERCE.

-Notice of its termination given to the
English Government, [123]; Debate
on in the French National Assembly,
[158]; the Treaty abrogated, [160];

Text of the New Treaty, 251.
ANTIOCH, Earthquake at, 21.
APPEAL, SUPREME COURT OP.-Lord

Chancellor introduces a scheme for the

constitution of, [40].
APPOINTMENTS, Promotions and, 268.
APRIL, Meteorological Report for, 128.
ARGYLL, DUKE OF, Speech in debate on

the Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier,

[27].
ARMITAGE's, MR., picture, “A Dream of

Fair Women,” [362].
ARMY ESTIMATES, The, and Army Re.

organization.--Mr. Cardwell's Speech,

[45].
ARMY RE-ORGANIZATION (FRANCE),

[174].
ART, Retrospect of, [359].
Arviona Diamond Bubble, [302].
Ascot CUP won by Mr. Lefevre's Henry,

43.
ASHBURNHAM, GENERAL Hon. THOMAS,

C.B., Obituary notice, 143.
Asia, CENTRAL, Russian policy with re-

gard to, [282].
ASSASSINATION OF THE QUEEN attempted,

[6], 11; of Lord Mayo, [145], 6; of
King Amadeus, attempted, [274]; of

Colonel Fisk, 1.
ATHANASIAN CREED, Controversy on,

N.B. The figures between [] refer to Part I.

ABERDEEN Romance, The, 16.
ABOUT, M. EDMOND, Imprisonment of,

[249].
ABYSSINIA, Egyptian Expedition to,

[284).
ACCIDENTS.- To Houses of Parliament,

5; to a female acrobat, 25; while

bathing, 30. Vide RAILWAY.
ADDRESS TO THE CROWN, and debate on,

[21].
ADMIRAL, LORD HIGH, Commissioners

for office of, 269.
ADVOCATE, THE LORD, introduces Scotch

Education Bill, [47].
AFRICA, SOUTH, Diamond Discoveries

in, [147].
AGRARIAN Murder in Dublin, 35.
AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS, Riot of, in

Huntingdon, 35; Strikes of, in War.

wickshire, 67.
AGUIRRE, GENERAL, succeeds General

Diaz de Rada as leader of the Carlist

forces, [272].
“ ALABAMA CLAIMS. Vide GENEVA

ARBITRATION.
ALBERT MEMORIAL, Opening of, [365];

visited by the Queen, 49.
ALBERT (ROYAL) HALL, Scientific Soirée

at, 55.
ALDERSHOTT, Review at, 50.
ALEXANDER, EMPEROR OF RUSSIA,

meets the Emperors of Germany and

of Austria, at Berlin, [244].
ALSACE-LORRAINE, The Inhabitants of,

choosing their nationality, [248].
ALT KATHOLIKEN, Old Catholic move-

ment, Congress at Cologne, [246] ; at

Rome, [263].
AMADEUS, KING, Attempt to assassinate

in Madrid, [274]; opens the Cortes,

[275].
AMERICA. Vide UNITED STATES.
AMERICAN FLAG, Tour of, through Eng.

land, 114.
AMERICAN FLEET at Southampton, 60.
ANDERSON, Rev. Dr. W., Obituary

notice, 162.

9)

[139].

AUBERON HERBERT, MR., seconds Sir

Charles Dilke's Motion for Inquiry into

the Civil List, [52].
August, Meteorological Report for,

130.
AUSTRALIA, Telegraphic Communicati
established with, 107.

T

AUSTRO- GERMAN Social Conference, BERMONDSEY, Murder in, 46.
Meeting of, in Berlin, [248].

BETINAL GREEN MUSEUM PICTURE
AUSTRO-HUNGARY.-History of the year, GALLERIES, (364); opening of, 44.

[253]; Ultramontanism, [255]. BETTING-MEN, Capture and prosecution
AUTUMN CAMPAIGN, The, 74; official

of, 106.
programme, 82.

BIGAMIST, An aged, 42.
AYRTON'S, MR., Parks Regulation Bill, BIOGRAPHY, Books of, [306].
[41].

BIRMINGHAM, Disestablishment Confer.

ence at, 89.
BISMARCK, PRINCE.-Speech in the

Prussian House of Deputies on the De.
nomination Question, [224]; on the

School Inspection Bill, [226]; reads the
BACON, SIR HENRY H., Bart., Obituary Emperor's Speech at the opening of the
notice, 168.

German Diet, [234]; passes the County
BALLOT BILL, Re-introduction, and debate Organization Bill in the Prussian House

on, [61]; Mr. Leatham's amendment, of Deputies, [231]; resigns the pre-
(62); Mr. V. Harcourt's amendment, miership of the Prussian Cabinet, and
[63]; third reading, [64]; sent up to is succeeded by Count von Roon, [252):
House of Lords, [.]; returned to the BLACKMORE's, MR., “ Maid of Sker,"
Commons, [69]; sent again to the [357].
House of Lords, [70], and passed, BLAKESLEY, REV. S. W., to be Dean of
[72]; summary of the Act, [ib. (note)]; Lincoln, 269.
first election under, [73], 68; subse- BLANQUI, (Communist), Trial of, [193].
quent elections under, [135].

BOAT-RACES.—University, 17; Interna.
Baltic, Floods in the, [280].

tional, 41.
BAMFORD, MR. SAMUEL, Obituary notice, BOHEMIAN DIET, Dissolution of the old
147.

and election of a new, [254].
BANK HOLIDAY, 64.

Bolivia, [304].
BANK RATES OF DISCOUNT, [134]. BOLTON, Colliery explosion at, 19.
BARING-GOULD's, Mr. S., "Legends of BONHAM-CARTER, MR., Chairman of

Old Testament Characters," [347]. Committees, [40].
BARRY'S, HERBERT, “Ivan at Home : Boston (U.S.), International Peace Ju-
Pictures of Russian Life,” [334].

bilee, [301]; great fire at, (ib.), 102.
BASTIAN, DR., and the theory of Spon- BOUVERIE, MR., Speech in debate on
taneous Generation, [352], [368].

Women's Disabilities Bill, [49].
“BATAVIER” STEAMER, Loss of the, 98. BOVILL, CHIEF JUSTICE, Letter on the
BATES, SERGEANT, and the tour of the Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier, [17].

American flag through England, 114. BOWERS, DR., Obituary notice, 173.
BAVARIA, Ministerial crisis in, [243]. BOWRING, SIR JOHN, Obituary notice,
BAXTER, SIR David, Obituary notice, 169.
162.

BRAMSTON, Rev. J., to be Deau of Win-
BAZAINE, MARSHAL, demands to be tried chester, 270.

by court-martial for the capitulation of BRAND, MR., elected Speaker of the
Metz, [192].

House of Commons, [19].
BEACONSFIELD, VISCOUNTESS, Funeral of, BRASSEY, MR., Life and Labours of, by
119; obituary notice, 178.

Sir Arthur Helps, [314].
BEATSON, GENERAL, Obituary notice, BRAZIL, [303].
140.

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE, 43.
BECKER, LADY, Obituary notice, 162. BREAKWATER, PORTLAND, Completion
BECKETT, Sir T., Bart., Obituary notice,

of, 67.
168.

BRIGHT, JACOB, Motion for removing
BEDFORD, DUKE OF, Obituary notice, political disabilities of women, [48].
149.

BRIGHT, JOIN, Letter on Home Rule,
BELFAST Riots, The, [135].

[12].
BELLAIRS, Rev. H., Obituary notice, 147. BRIGHTON AQUARIUM, Opening of, 65.
BENNETT Case.-Report of the appeal, BRIGHTON POISONING CASE.-Trial of
213.

Christina Edmunds, 189.
BENNETT, MR. J. GORDON, Obituary BRITISH ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.
notice, 153.

- Meeting at Wolverhampton, 64.
Berlin, Meeting of the Emperors of BRITISH ASSOCIATION CONGRESS, 68.

Germany, Austria, and Russia in, [244]; BROWNING'S, MR., “Fifine at the Fair,"
strikes in, [247]; meeting of the [355].
Austro-German Social Conference in, BROWNLOW, Dowagee COUNTESS, Obi.
[248].

tuary notice, 136.

LACE, 56.

ور

BROWNLOW, EARL OF, to be Ecclesiastical CHANCELLOR, THE LORD, Speech in
Commissioner, 269.

debate on Appointment of Sir R. P.
BRUCE, MR., introduces a Bill for alter- Collier, [28]; retirement of the, [139];

ing the provisions of the Contagious is succeeded by Sir R. Palmer, [ib.].
Diseases Act, [43]; introduces the CHARLES XV. (Sweden), Death of, suc-
Mines Regulation Bill, [44].

ceeded by Oscar II., [279].
BUCKLE, HENRY THOMAS, Works of, CHESNEY, GENERAL, Obituary notice,

with a Memoir by Miss Helen Taylor, 136.
[324].

CHESS TOURNAMENT AT CRYSTAL PA.
BUDGET, The, introduced by Mr. Lowe,
[59].

CHILDERS, MR., re-elected member for
BUDGET, The French, [152]; the Austro- Pontefract on accepting a seat in the
Hungarian, [259].

Cabinet, [73], 68; Chancellor of
BUILDERS' STRIKE, The, [130]; Attempt Duchy of Lancaster, [139], 270.
at Arbitration, [ib.].

CHILD SEAMANSHIP, 107.
BURDETT-Courts, BARONESS, Freedom

China [305].
of City of London conferred on, 55. CHURCH CONGRESS AT LEEDS, 94.
BURMESE EMBASSY, Arrival at Dover, CITY FLOUR MILLS, Great fire at, 103,
39; visit to Wimbledon, 56.

CIVIL LIST, Sir Charles Dilke's motion
Burns, COLONEL W.M., Obituary notice, for inquiry into, and debate, [50].
140.

COAL, Rise in the price of, [134].
BUTLER's, CAPTAIN W. F., “The Great COCHRANE, ADMIRAL SIR T.J., Obituary
Lone Land,” [338].

notice, 163.
Buxton, HANNAH, LADY, Obituary COCKBURN, SIR A., Appointed Arbitrator
notice, 144.

in the “Alabama" case, (105); publishes
his reasons for differing from the deci-
sion arrived at by the other Arbitrators,

[110].

COLLIER'S, SIR R. P., Appointment as
CABINET, The.—Unpopularity of some member of Judicial Committee, Prof.
members of, [8]; List of, 270.

Fawcett on, [17]; Chief-Justice Bovill
CAIRNS, LORD, Speech in debate on Sir on, [ib.); Mr. Justice Willes on, [18];
R. P. Collier's Appointment, [29].

debate in the House of Lords on, and
CANADA AND THE TREATY OF WASHING- vote of censure moved, [26]; debate

TON, [118]; Lord Kimberley's Speech in the House of Commons on, and vote
on, in the House of Lords, [120]; the of censure moved, [30].
Fishery Clauses, [ib.].

COLLIERS, Strike of the, 67.
CANADIAN PRIVY COUNCIL, Minutes of COLLIERY EXPLOSIONS. — At Lynvi

the, with reference to the Treaty of Valley, 3; at Bolton, 19; at Morley,
Washington, [119].

93.
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, Fire at, 76. COLLIERY flooded with water at Pelsall
CAPEL, MR. J., Obituary notice, 169.

Hall, 105; at Severndale, 120.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, First responsible COLOGNE, Conflict between Church and
Ministry at, [149].

State at, [231]:
CAPE Town, BISHOP OF, Obituary notice, COMBE, MR., Obituary notice, 163.
169.

COMMERCE, [133].
CARDWELL, MR., Speech on Army Esti- COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH FRANCE. -
mates and Re-organization, [45].

Notice of its termination given by the
CARLIST INSURRECTION IN SPAIN, Out- French to the English Government,

break of, [271]; battle at Oroquieta and [122]; M. de Remusat's Despatch to
defeat of the insurgents, [272]; guerilla the Duc de Broglie, [123]; Opposition
warfare kept up throughout the year, of the English Government to the New

[272]; convention of Armorevieta, [ib.]. Treaty, [124]; Provisions of the New
CARPENTER, DR., Opening address at the Treaty, [126]; Text of the New

meeting of the British Association at Treaty, 251.
Brighton, [368].

COMMUNIST INSURRECTION (FRANCE).
CATHEDRALS, Essays on, [343].

-Report of the Commission of Inquiry
CATHOLIC CLERGY, Protest of, against into, published, [190]; trials of Com-

Mr. Justice Keogh's Judgment on the munists, [193]; expatriated Communists
Galway Election Petition, [82].

landed at Dover, 34.
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, Scene in, 32 CONGRESSES.-Old Catholics at Cologne,
CESAREWITCH, The, 94.

[246]; Social Science at Eisenach,
CHAMBORD, COMTE DE, issues a manifesto, [247]; International Association at the

[162]; addresses a letter to M. de la Hague, [277]; International Statistical,
Rochette, [204].

at St. Petersburg, [281] ; Inter-
sure on, [36]; the debate on, [37]
DEMOCRACY in England, Weakness of, the vote of censure negatived, (39];
[139]

on the

national Prison, 50; British Association, DENMAN, MR., Speech in debate on Sir

68; Church Congress at Leeds, 94. R. P. Collier's Appointment, [26].
CONGRESS, United States, opened on Dec. DENMARK, (279].

2, [298]; the President's Message, DENMARK, Hurricane in, 104.
[ib.]; Finance Report, [299].

DERBY, LORD, Speech in debate on
CONINGTON, PROFESSOR, Memoir of, by Address to the Crown, [25).

Mr. Symonds and Professor Smith, DERBY, The, won by Cremorne, 37.
[321].

" DEVASTATION ” TURRET SHIP, Trial of,
CONSTABLE OF THE TOWER, The new, 94.
108.

DIAMOND DISCOVERIES in South Africa,
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACT.-Bill for [147].

altering the provisions of, introduced DICKENS, CHAR LES.—Mr. Forster's Life
by Mr. Bruce, [43].

of, second volume, [316].
Conti, M., Death of, [163].

DILKE, SIR CHARLES, on the Civil List,
CORAM STREET MURDER, TIE, 122.

[50]; Public Lands and Commons Bill,
CORTES LEGISLATIVE (SPAIN), meets on (54)

January 22, [268]; Señor Sagasta DISESTABLISHMENT CONFERENCE at Bir.
explains ministerial programme, [ib.]; mingham, 89.
stormy scene, and dissolution of the DISRAELI, MR., Speech in debate on
Cortes, [269]; new elections, [270]; Address to the Crown, [22]; on the
fall of the Sagasta Ministry, [272]; Parks Regulation Bill, [41]; on Sir
opening of the Cortes by the King, M. Lopes's motion on Local Taxation,
[275]; impeachment of the Sagasta [57]; on the Ballot Bill, [69]; on the
Cabinet, [275].

Geneva Arbitration, [99]; at Man-
COUNTY ASSEMBLIES, Reform of the chester, 22.
Prussian, [232].

DISSENTERS and the Education Act,
CRICKET. - Oxford and Cambridge match, [8].

45; Eton and Harrow, 54; in America, DIXBLANC, MARGARET, Trial of, for the
92.

Park-lane murder, 201.
Cross, Mr., moves a vote of censure on Dixon, MR., Vote of censure

Sir R. P. Collier's Appointment, [30). Education Act, [36].
CROSSLEY, SIR F., Obituary notice, 136. Dodson, MR., Resignation of, as Chair-
CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY. Tour man of Committees, [40].
through Bavaria, [243].

Dog Show at Crystal Palace, 40.
CRYSTAL PALACE, Dogshow at, 40; DOUGHTY, Hon. LADY, Obituary notice,
chess tournament at, 56.

173.
CYCLONE AT MADRAS, 30.

Dover, Expatriated Communists landed

at, 34.
DUBLIN, Agrarian murder in, 35; open-

ing of Exhibition in, [366], 39; pic-
DALLING AND BULWER, LORD, Obituary ture-galleries in, [367].
notice, 149.

DUEL, German, in London, 88.
Darwin's, MB., “ The Expression of the DUFFERIN, LORD, appointed Governor-

Emotions in Man and Animals,” [349]. General of Canada, [139], 269.
D'AUBIGNÉ, J. H. MERLE, Obituary DUPANLOUP, M., Bishop of Orleans;
notice, 163.

speech on French Army Bill, [178].
D'AUDIFFRET-PASQUIER, Duo, presents

to French National Assembly Report on
Contracts for Arms and Ammunition
during the War, [169]; and replies to EARTHQUAKE at Antioch, 21 ; in Scotland,
M. Rouher, [171].

65.
D'AUMALE, Duc, Speech on Army Re- EASTLAKE's, MR., “ History of the Gothic
organization Bill, (178).

Revival,” (344].
DAVENEY, MAJOR-GENERAL, Obituary EDEN's, Miss,“ Letters from India,"[341].
notice, 169.

EDMUNDS, CHRISTINA, Trial of, for pci-
Davies, LADY CLEMENTINA, “ Recol. soning at Brighton, 3, 189.

lections of Society in France and Eng- EDMUNDS LIBEL Case, The, 65.
land,” [308].

EDUCATION Act, The, and the Dissenters
DECEMBER, Meteorological Report for, [8]; Mr. Dixon moves a vote of een-
132.

Scotch Education Bill introduced by the
DENISON, MR., retires from Speaker's Lord Advocate, [47].

chair, (19); created Viscount Ossing- EGYPTIAN EXPEDITION TO ABYSSINIA,
ton of Ossington, 268.

[284).

EISENACH, Social Science Congress at, FORMOSA, Typhoon at, 71.
[247].

FORRESTER, ALFRED HENRY, Obituary
ELECTIONS, Galway, [11], [79]; Mr. notice, 151.

Justice Keogh's judgment on, [80] ; FORSTER, MR., moves an amendment to
Kerry, [14]; Pontefract, first under Mr. Dixon's vote of censure on the
the Ballot Act, [73], 68; Preston, Education Act, [37]; re-introduces the

[74], 84 ; Peers cannot vote at, 108. Ballot Bill, [61].
ELGIN, LORD, Letters and Journals of, by FOURNIER, M. EDOUARD, appointed
Mr. Walrond, [310].

French Ambassador at the Vatican,
Elior's, GEORGE, “ Middlemarch,” (356). [262].
ELLIS, Rev. W., Obituary notice of, 154. FRANCE.—Commercial Treaty, Notice of
EMPERORS OF GERMANY, RUSSIA, AND expiration given by the French Govern.

AUSTRIA, Meeting of the Three, [244]. ment, [122]; the New Treaty, [125];
ENGLAND, History of, [1].

Text of the New Treaty, 251.
“EREWHON; or, Over the Range,” [358]. FRANCE.—History of the year, (150);
ERIE RING, Break-up of the, [286].

meeting of the National Assembly at
ESCURIAL, The Fire at, [275], 92.

Versailles, [ib.]; debate on the Anglo-
Essex POISONING CASE, The, 54.

French Treaty of Commerce, [158];
EUGENIE, EMPRESS, Sale of jewels, 45. Comte de Chambord's manifesto, 7162];
Evans's, JOHN, “ Ancient Stone Imple. Re-organization of the Army Bill, [168],

ments, &c., of Great Britain,” [348]. [174]; the new convention with Ger.
EWELME RECTORY APPOINTMENT, The many, [186]; the great loan, [188];

Debate on, in the House of Commons, inquiry into the Communist insurrec.
[34].

tion, [190]; decision of the Council of
EXECUTIONS.—At Lincoln, 19; Lord Inquiry into the disasters of the late

Mayo's assassin, 24; at Worcester, war, [191]; Communist trials, [193];
Stafford, and Maidstone, 67.

executions at Satory, [193]; religious
EXHIBITION, INTERNATIONAL, Opening pilgrimages, [198]. Vide NATIONAL

of, 29; opening of the Dublin, [366], ASSEMBLY
39.

“FRANCE, ROYAL AND REPUBLICAN,"
EXPLOSIONS.-At the Treasury, 61 ; pow- Essays by Mr. Reeve, [327].

der-mnill at Hounslow, 79; locomotive FRANCIS JOSEPH, Emperor of Austro-
at Bray, 84. Vide COLLIERY.

Hungary, meets the Emperor of Ger-
EXTRAORDINARY STORY, An, 9.

many and the Czar of Russia at Berlin,
[244]; closes the Hungarian Diet at
Pesth and delivers a speech from the

throne, [255] ; makes a tour through
FALK, DR., appointed successor to Herr the south-eastern portion of Hungary,

von Mühler, Prussian Minister of Edu- [256]; receives an envoy from the Sul.
cation, [224].

tan at Temesvar, [ib.] ; opens the new
FARNHAM STABBING CASE, 17.

Hungarian Diet in person, [ib.].
FAWCETT, PROFESSOR, at Brighton, FREEMAN'S, MR., “Growth of the Eng-

[17]; Speech on the Education Act, lish Constitution,” (324].
[39]; introduces a Bill for the Re- FRERE, SIR BARTLE, Banquet to, on de-
organization of Trinity College, Dublin, parture on mission to suppress slave-
and the Abolition of University Tests, trade on east coast of Africa, 100.

[55].
FEBRUARY, Meteorological Report for,127.
FERROL, Insurrection at, [275].
“ FIFINE AT THE Fair," [355].

GALES IN LONDON, 5, 116; in various parts
FIJI, Proposed annexation of, [39].

of the country, 74, 84, 117, 120, 121 ;
FIRES.-At Melkshott Hall, 62 ; at Leeds on the west coast of England, 111.

and at Kentish Town, 73; Canterbury GALWAY ELECTION, [11]; Mr. Justice
Cathedral, 76; at the Escurial, 92 ; at Keogh's judgment on the petition to
Oxford Music Hall, 102; Boston, U.S., unseat Captain Nolan, [79]. Vide
ib.; City Flour Mills, 103.

KEOGH, MR. JUSTICE.
FISHERY CLAUSES OF THE TREATY OF GAMBETTA, M., Speech on the Anglo-
WASHINGTON, [120].

French Treaty in the National Assem-
FI8k, Assassination of, [286], 1.

bly, [159]; speech in the debate on the
FLOODS.-At Windsor, Weymouth, the Report of the Committee on Contracts

Severn, 5; Oxford, 6, 112, Northwich, for Arms and Ammunition during
47; in Scotland, 87; Somerset and the War, [173]; at the banquet at Bor.
Warwickshire, 112.

deaux, [195]; at Grenoble, (196).
FONBLANQUE, MR. ALBANY, Obituary Gas STOKERS, Strike of the, [132];
notice, 164.

leaders sentenced to twelve mont

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