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ANDRASSY, Count, Minister for Foreign
Affairs, explains in the Hungarian
-Notice of its termination given to the
Text of the New Treaty, 251.
Chancellor introduces a scheme for the
constitution of, .
the Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier,
Fair Women,” .
organization.--Mr. Cardwell's Speech,
C.B., Obituary notice, 143.
gard to, .
, 11; of Lord Mayo, , 6; of
Colonel Fisk, 1.
N.B. The figures between  refer to Part I.
ABERDEEN Romance, The, 16.
5; to a female acrobat, 25; while
bathing, 30. Vide RAILWAY.
for office of, 269.
Education Bill, .
Huntingdon, 35; Strikes of, in War.
Diaz de Rada as leader of the Carlist
visited by the Queen, 49.
meets the Emperors of Germany and
of Austria, at Berlin, .
choosing their nationality, .
ment, Congress at Cologne,  ; at
in Madrid, ; opens the Cortes,
AUBERON HERBERT, MR., seconds Sir
Charles Dilke's Motion for Inquiry into
the Civil List, .
AUSTRO- GERMAN Social Conference, BERMONDSEY, Murder in, 46.
BETINAL GREEN MUSEUM PICTURE
; Ultramontanism, . BETTING-MEN, Capture and prosecution
BIGAMIST, An aged, 42.
BIRMINGHAM, Disestablishment Confer.
ence at, 89.
Prussian House of Deputies on the De.
School Inspection Bill, ; reads the
German Diet, ; passes the County
on, ; Mr. Leatham's amendment, of Deputies, ; resigns the pre-
BOAT-RACES.—University, 17; Interna.
and election of a new, .
Old Testament Characters," . Committees, .
bilee, ; great fire at, (ib.), 102.
Women's Disabilities Bill, .
American flag through England, 114. BOWERS, DR., Obituary notice, 173.
BRAMSTON, Rev. J., to be Deau of Win-
by court-martial for the capitulation of BRAND, MR., elected Speaker of the
House of Commons, .
Sir Arthur Helps, .
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE, 43.
BRIGHT, JACOB, Motion for removing
BRIGHT, JOIN, Letter on Home Rule,
Christina Edmunds, 189.
- Meeting at Wolverhampton, 64.
Germany, Austria, and Russia in, ; BROWNING'S, MR., “Fifine at the Fair,"
tuary notice, 136.
BROWNLOW, EARL OF, to be Ecclesiastical CHANCELLOR, THE LORD, Speech in
debate on Appointment of Sir R. P.
ing the provisions of the Contagious is succeeded by Sir R. Palmer, [ib.].
ceeded by Oscar II., .
with a Memoir by Miss Helen Taylor, 136.
CHESS TOURNAMENT AT CRYSTAL PA.
CHILDERS, MR., re-elected member for
Cabinet, , 68; Chancellor of
CHILD SEAMANSHIP, 107.
CIVIL LIST, Sir Charles Dilke's motion
COAL, Rise in the price of, .
in the “Alabama" case, (105); publishes
COLLIER'S, SIR R. P., Appointment as
Fawcett on, ; Chief-Justice Bovill
debate in the House of Lords on, and
TON, ; Lord Kimberley's Speech in the House of Commons on, and vote
COLLIERS, Strike of the, 67.
the, with reference to the Treaty of Valley, 3; at Bolton, 19; at Morley,
Hall, 105; at Severndale, 120.
State at, :
Notice of its termination given by the
break of, ; battle at Oroquieta and ; M. de Remusat's Despatch to
; convention of Armorevieta, [ib.]. Treaty, ; Provisions of the New
meeting of the British Association at Treaty, 251.
COMMUNIST INSURRECTION (FRANCE).
-Report of the Commission of Inquiry
Mr. Justice Keogh's Judgment on the munists, ; expatriated Communists
landed at Dover, 34.
; Social Science at Eisenach,
; addresses a letter to M. de la Hague, ; International Statistical,
at St. Petersburg,  ; Inter-
national Prison, 50; British Association, DENMAN, MR., Speech in debate on Sir
68; Church Congress at Leeds, 94. R. P. Collier's Appointment, .
2, ; the President's Message, DENMARK, Hurricane in, 104.
DERBY, LORD, Speech in debate on
Mr. Symonds and Professor Smith, DERBY, The, won by Cremorne, 37.
" DEVASTATION ” TURRET SHIP, Trial of,
DIAMOND DISCOVERIES in South Africa,
altering the provisions of, introduced DICKENS, CHAR LES.—Mr. Forster's Life
of, second volume, .
DILKE, SIR CHARLES, on the Civil List,
; Public Lands and Commons Bill,
January 22, ; Señor Sagasta DISESTABLISHMENT CONFERENCE at Bir.
Geneva Arbitration, ; at Man-
DISSENTERS and the Education Act,
45; Eton and Harrow, 54; in America, DIXBLANC, MARGARET, Trial of, for the
Park-lane murder, 201.
Sir R. P. Collier's Appointment, [30). Education Act, .
Dog Show at Crystal Palace, 40.
Dover, Expatriated Communists landed
ing of Exhibition in, , 39; pic-
DUEL, German, in London, 88.
Emotions in Man and Animals,” . General of Canada, , 269.
speech on French Army Bill, .
to French National Assembly Report on
EDMUNDS, CHRISTINA, Trial of, for pci-
lections of Society in France and Eng- EDMUNDS LIBEL Case, The, 65.
EDUCATION Act, The, and the Dissenters
Scotch Education Bill introduced by the
chair, (19); created Viscount Ossing- EGYPTIAN EXPEDITION TO ABYSSINIA,
EISENACH, Social Science Congress at, FORMOSA, Typhoon at, 71.
FORRESTER, ALFRED HENRY, Obituary
Justice Keogh's judgment on,  ; FORSTER, MR., moves an amendment to
, 84 ; Peers cannot vote at, 108. Ballot Bill, .
French Ambassador at the Vatican,
AUSTRIA, Meeting of the Three, . ment, ; the New Treaty, ;
Text of the New Treaty, 251.
meeting of the National Assembly at
Versailles, [ib.]; debate on the Anglo-
French Treaty of Commerce, ;
ments, &c., of Great Britain,” . ; the new convention with Ger.
Debate on, in the House of Commons, inquiry into the Communist insurrec.
tion, ; decision of the Council of
Mayo's assassin, 24; at Worcester, war, ; Communist trials, ;
executions at Satory, ; religious
of, 29; opening of the Dublin, , ASSEMBLY
“FRANCE, ROYAL AND REPUBLICAN,"
der-mnill at Hounslow, 79; locomotive FRANCIS JOSEPH, Emperor of Austro-
Hungary, meets the Emperor of Ger-
many and the Czar of Russia at Berlin,
throne,  ; makes a tour through
von Mühler, Prussian Minister of Edu- ; receives an envoy from the Sul.
tan at Temesvar, [ib.] ; opens the new
Hungarian Diet in person, [ib.].
; Speech on the Education Act, lish Constitution,” (324].
GALES IN LONDON, 5, 116; in various parts
of the country, 74, 84, 117, 120, 121 ;
and at Kentish Town, 73; Canterbury GALWAY ELECTION, ; Mr. Justice
KEOGH, MR. JUSTICE.
French Treaty in the National Assem-
bly, ; speech in the debate on the
Severn, 5; Oxford, 6, 112, Northwich, for Arms and Ammunition during
deaux, ; at Grenoble, (196).
leaders sentenced to twelve mont