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RÉMUSAT'S, M. DE, Despatch to Duc de SCOTCH EDUCATION BILL, introduced by
Broglie, giving notice of the expiration Lord Advocate, .
SCROPE, MR., of Danby, Obituary notice,
ister of Italy, .
SEPTEMBER, Meteorological Roport for,
on Address to the Crown, ; speech the Carlist Insurrection, ; defeats
in debate on the Ballot Bill, . the Insurgents at Oroquieta, ;
succeeds Sagasta as Prime Minister, but
obituary notice, 167.
debate on the Ballot Bill,  ; lays
foundation stone of Workmen's City,
SHEERNESS,Mutiny at Naval Barracks, 36.
marck as Premier of the Prussian Cabi. SHIPWRECKS.-In the Irish Channel, 88;
loss of the “ Batavier,” 98; of the
South and West Coast of England, 111;
; important speeches in the Na- SINAI, Ordnance survey of the Peninsula
SLAVE TRADE, -Sir Bartle Frere's Mission
SMITH, MR. A., Obituary notice, 175.
the Ballot Bill, ; moves a resolution and Lectures on, (345].
on the Geneva Arbitration, . SOMERVILLE, MRS., Obituary notice, 172.
SONGS OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE," 347.
SOUTH SEA BUBBLES.— Story of a Yacht-
ing Cruise, .
SPAIN, ; outbreak of the Carlist
; resigns, and is succeeded by at close of the year, .
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,
Sir R. P. Collier's Appointment, (27]; SPEDDING'S, MR., “Life and Letters of
SPONTANEOUS GENERATION, The doctrine
SPORTING EXTRAORDINARY, 75.
STAFFORD, Execution at, 67.
on the Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier,
STANLEY, H. M.—Speech at the meeting TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION estab-
of the British Association at Brighton, lished with Australia, 107.
THAMES EMBANKMENT, Claim of the
House of Convocation against the use the procession to St. Paul's, , 10;
poses to tax raw material, ; threa-
Sir M. Lopes' motion on Local Tax- verse vote, (157); holds receptions in
the Palace of the Elysée, ; threa.
the Army Re-organization Bill, ;
tax on raw material, (182]; retires to
Trouville on the prorogation of the
leon Jerome from France, ; visits
Guizot, (ib.); his message on the meeting
Ministerial Responsibility Bill, [215);
offers the Pope an asylum in France,
THORBECKE, M., Prime Minister of the
, 67; masons and carpenters, “THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES,” [346).
of the trial of, 239.
TIVERTON, Election at, .
by Mr. Jacob Bright, ; rejected dence and Conversations of, .
TORRENS', Mr. W. M., M.P., “Our Em-
Bridge, 78; of Mr. Justice Willes, 90. TRADE PROSPECTS of the year, ; state
the Senate for inquiry into the Sales .
TRAIN, Wonderful escape of a, 99.
TREASURY, Explosion at, 61.
TRIALS, Remarkable, 176.
cett’s Bill for the re-organization of,
Trochu, GENERAL, Speech in the
organization Bill, ; and the Capi-
tulation of Paris, (192].
A. H. Hutchinson, .
TULLOCH'S, Jonn, D.D., " Rational Theo-
“ TURKEY, MODERN,” by J. Lewis Far- WAR, AN INCIDENT OF THE, 75.
WASHINGTON, TREATY OF. Vide GENEVA
Watson, Rev. Jonn SELBY, Trial of, for
the Stockwell murder, 176.
WESTBURY, LORD, Speech in debate on
by Council of War for the capitulation WEST, LIEUT.-COLONEL, Obituary notice,
man Empire with,  ; Bismarck's WEYMOUTH, FLOODS AT, 5.
R. P. Collier's Appointment, ; sui.
cide of, 90; obituary notice, 168.
WILLIAM, EMPEROR OF GERMANY, ap-
pointed arbitrator between Great Bri.
boundary dispute, ; meets the
berg at the centenary celebration.
lision between the Vatican and the spection Bill in the Prussian House of
Deputies,  ; attacks the appoint-
ment of Cardinal Prince Hohenlohe as
ambassador to the Vatican, .
Prime Minister of the Netherlands, MOVAL BILL, Debate on, .
WORCESTER, Execution at, 67.
WORKMEN'S CITY, Foundation-stone of,
giving for recovery of, , 1; returns
Duke of Devonshire at Chatsworth,119.
stone of Hospital for Sick Children, 54. ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.-Horned frog pre.
rano as Prime Minister (Spain), .
GILBERT AND RIVINGTON, PRINTERS, 52, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LONDON,