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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, [47].
of the Anglo-French Treaty of Com- SCOTLAND.—Earthquake in, 65; floods
merce, [123].

in, 87.
REPUBLICAN MOVEMENTS, Absence of SCOTT, Rev. W., Obituary notice, 139.
important, in London, [139].

SCROPE, MR., of Danby, Obituary notice,
RESCUE, GALLANT, 71.

166.
RESERVOIR, Bursting of, at Merthyr Tyd. SELBORNE, LORD, appointed Lord High
vil, 60.

Chancellor, 270.
RETROSPECT OF LITERATURE, ART, AND SELLA, SIGNOR QUINTIUS, Finance Min-
SCIENCE, [305].

ister of Italy, [266].
REVIEW AT ALDERSHOTT, 50.

SEPTEMBER, Meteorological Roport for,
RICHARDS, Baron, Obituary notice, 160. 131.
RICHMOND, DUKE OF, Speech in debate SERRANO, MARSHAL, marches to suppress

on Address to the Crown, [24]; speech the Carlist Insurrection, [271]; defeats

in debate on the Ballot Bill, [65]. the Insurgents at Oroquieta, [272];
RICHMOND, Election at, [135].

succeeds Sagasta as Prime Minister, but
RICHMOND'S, MR. W. B., picture, “The soon after resigns, and is succeeded by
Lament of Ariadne,” [362].

Zorrilla, [273].
RIPON, EARL, introduces Ballot Bill to SEWARD, MR. W. D., Death of, [300];
the House of Lords, [64].

obituary notice, 167.
RIVIÈRE's, MR., picture of Daniel, [363]. SHAFTESBURY, EARL OF. – Speech in
ROBBERY AT EARL RUSSELL'S, 89.

debate on the Ballot Bill, [66] ; lays
ROEBUCK, MR., at Sheffield, [16].

foundation stone of Workmen's City,
ROME, The Rival Courts at, [260]; Old 62.
Catholics at, [263].

SHEERNESS,Mutiny at Naval Barracks, 36.
Roon, Count von, succeeds Prince Bis- SHERIFFS FOR 1872, 271.

marck as Premier of the Prussian Cabi. SHIPWRECKS.-In the Irish Channel, 88;
net, [252].

loss of the “ Batavier,” 98; of the
Ross, MAJOR-GENERAL J. K., Obituary “Royal Adelaide," 108; wrecks on the
notice, 148.

South and West Coast of England, 111;
ROUHER, M., elected member for Corsica, loss of the “Germany,” 124.

[163]; important speeches in the Na- SINAI, Ordnance survey of the Peninsula
tional Assembly, [170], [183].

of, [373].
ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITION, [359]. SKEY, MR. F. C., Obituary notice, 160.
“ROYAL ADELAIDE,” Loss of, 108.

SLAVE TRADE, -Sir Bartle Frere's Mission
ROYAL ARCHÆOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, An- to East Coast of Africa, 100.
nual Meeting, 61.

SMITH, MR. A., Obituary notice, 175.
ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY, Garden even- SMITH, MR. AUGUSTUS, Obituary notice,
ing promenade at, 54.

159.
RUGBY SCHOOL AND DR. HAYMAN, 115. SMITH, SIR A., Obituary notice, 161.
RUSSELL, LORD, Speech in the debate on SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SUBJECTS, Essays

the Ballot Bill, [71]; moves a resolution and Lectures on, (345].

on the Geneva Arbitration, [103]. SOMERVILLE, MRS., Obituary notice, 172.
Russia, [280].

SONGS OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE," 347.
Russian Policy with regard to Central SOUTHAMPTON, American Fleet at, 60.
Asia, [282].

SOUTH SEA BUBBLES.— Story of a Yacht-

ing Cruise, [331].
South SEA MASSACRE, A, 99.

SPAIN, [268]; outbreak of the Carlist
SAGASTA, SENOR, Prime Minister of Spain, Insurrection, [271); political situatiou

[208]; resigns, and is succeeded by at close of the year, [276].
Marshal Serrano, [272].

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,
SALISBURY, LORD, Speech in debate on The retiring and the new, [19].

Sir R. P. Collier's Appointment, (27]; SPEDDING'S, MR., “Life and Letters of
speech in the debate on the Ballot Bill, Lord Bacon,” sixth volume, [327].
[67].

SPONTANEOUS GENERATION, The doctrine
SAN JUAN ARBITRATION, [121]; the of, advocated by Dr. Bastian, [368].
Award, [122], 256.

SPORTING EXTRAORDINARY, 75.
SATORY, Executions at, [193].

STAFFORD, Execution at, 67.
SAVAGE, MR. W. M., Obituary notice, STANHOPE, LORD, moves a vote of censure
139.

on the Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier,
SCIENCE, Retrospect of, [368].

[26].
SCOTCH BOARD OF EDUCATION, mem- STANLEY's, H. M., “ How I found Living-
bers of, 269.

stone,” [330].

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STANLEY, H. M.—Speech at the meeting TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION estab-

of the British Association at Brighton, lished with Australia, 107.
[371]; discovery of Livingstone, 57; TEMPLE, BISHOP, and the Permissive
presented to Napoleon III., 68; Queeu's Bill, 4.
present to, 75; entertained at a banquet Tennyson's IDYLLS “ Gareth and Ly-
at Willis's rooms, 98; entertained at nette and “ The Last Tournament,'
luncheon by the Corporation of Paisley, [352].
ib.

THAMES EMBANKMENT, Claim of the
STANLEY, DEAN, “Lectures on the Church Crown to a portion of, [42].
of Scotland,” [325].

THANKSGIVING,

NATIONAL, for
STANLEY, Dean, Speech in the Lower covery of the Prince of Wales, [2]. 1;

House of Convocation against the use the procession to St. Paul's, [2], 10;
of the Athanasian Creed, [139]; at- illuminations at night, [6], 11; the
tempt to exclude his name from the Queen's letter to the people, [6].
list of select preachers to the Univer- THIERS, M., and his Cabinet, [151]; pro-
sity of Oxford, [140].

poses to tax raw material, [153]; threa-
STANSFELD, MR., Speech in debate on tens to resign in consequence of ad-

Sir M. Lopes' motion on Local Tax- verse vote, (157); holds receptions in
ation, [57].

the Palace of the Elysée, [167]; threa.
STARTIN, Mr.' 'J., F.R.C.S., Obituary tens to resign during the debate on
notice, 175.

the Army Re-organization Bill, [178];
Sr. Asaph, Ex-BISHOP OF, Obituary speeches in debate on the proposal for a
notice, 148.

tax on raw material, (182]; retires to
St. LEGER STAKES, 81.

Trouville on the prorogation of the
“STOCKMAR, BARON, Memoir of,” by his Assembly, [190]; expels Prince Napo.
son, [320].

leon Jerome from France, [201]; visits
STOCKWELL MURDER, trial of Rev. John Honfleur and Havre, [202]; visits M.
Selby Watson, 176.

Guizot, (ib.); his message on the meeting
STOKES, Trial of, for the murder of Fisk, of the Assembly, [205]; speech on the
[288], 2, 280.

Ministerial Responsibility Bill, [215);
STORY, An extraordinary, 9.

offers the Pope an asylum in France,
STRASBURG, Opening of the University [262].
of, [248].

THORBECKE, M., Prime Minister of the
STRIKES.–Labourers in Warwickshire, Netherlands, Death of, [277].

[129], 67; masons and carpenters, “THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES,” [346).
[130]; police, [132]; bakers, [132], THUNDERSTORMS, Severe, 34, 47, 60, 64.
67 ; gas stokers, [132]; at Berlin, TICHBORNE CLAIMANT, Release of, from
[247]; sailors at Lowestoft, 67; col. Newgate, 28; at Alresford, 33; report
liers and miners, ib.

of the trial of, 239.
STUTTERHEIM, MAJOR GENERAL A. H. TIDEY, Mr. H., Obituary notice, 159.
Von, Obituary notice, 140.

TIVERTON, Election at, [135].
SUFFRAGE, FEMALE, Motion in favour of, TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE, Correspon-

by Mr. Jacob Bright, [48]; rejected dence and Conversations of, [327].
after a debate, [50].

TORRENS', Mr. W. M., M.P., “Our Em-
SUICIDE AT CHELSEA, 70; from Waterloo pire in India,” [329].

Bridge, 78; of Mr. Justice Willes, 90. TRADE PROSPECTS of the year, [7]; state
SUMNER, SENATOR, moves a resolution in of, in Ireland, [10]; during the year,

the Senate for inquiry into the Sales [134].
of American Arms to France during TRADE UNIONISM in the kitchen, 24.
the Franco-German War, [289].

TRAIN, Wonderful escape of a, 99.
SWABEY, CAPTAIN W., Obituary notice, TRAVELS, Books of, [330].
143.

TREASURY, Explosion at, 61.
SWEDEN, [279).

TRIALS, Remarkable, 176.
SWEDEN, KING OF, Obituary notice, 161. TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN, Mr. Far-
SWITZERLAND, [278].

cett’s Bill for the re-organization of,
SYKES, COLONEL, M.P., Obituary notice, [55].
157.

Trochu, GENERAL, Speech in the
“Syria UNEXPLORED,” Captain Burton, National Assembly on the Army Re.
[338].

organization Bill, [174]; and the Capi-
SZLAVY, M., succeeds Count Lonyay as

tulation of Paris, (192].
Hungarian Prime Minister, [259]. “ TRY CRACOW AND THE CARPATHIANS,"

A. H. Hutchinson, [332].

TULLOCH'S, Jonn, D.D., " Rational Theo-
TAYLOR'S, Miss HELEN, “ Memoir of logy and Christian Philosophy," [326].
Henry Thomas Buckle,” (324].

TURKEY, [283].

“ TURKEY, MODERN,” by J. Lewis Far- WAR, AN INCIDENT OF THE, 75.
ley, [333].

WASHINGTON, TREATY OF. Vide GENEVA
TURNER, DR. W., Obituary notice, 159. ARBITRATION.
Twiss Libel Case, 14.

Watson, Rev. Jonn SELBY, Trial of, for
Two THOUSAND Day, The, 30.

the Stockwell murder, 176.
WEATHER OF THE YEAR, [1].
WEST AUCKLAND, POISONING AT, 95.

WESTBURY, LORD, Speech in debate on
UHRICH, GENERAL, requests to be tried Appointment of Sir R. P. Collier, [28].

by Council of War for the capitulation WEST, LIEUT.-COLONEL, Obituary notice,
of Strasburg, [192].

167.
ULTRAMONTANISM, Struggle of the Ger. WESTMACOTT, MR., Obituary notice, 149.

man Empire with, [223] ; Bismarck's WEYMOUTH, FLOODS AT, 5.
declaration of war against, [224] ; col: WIFE MURDER, at Charterhouse, 26;
lision between the Ultramontane party near Llanelly, 36.
and the German Government in the WILLES, MR. JUSTICE, Letter on Sir
Grand Duchy of Posen, [252].

R. P. Collier's Appointment, [18]; sui.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, [285].

cide of, 90; obituary notice, 168.
UNIVERSITY Boat RACE, 17.

WILLIAM, EMPEROR OF GERMANY, ap-
UNIVERSITY DEGREES, 272.

pointed arbitrator between Great Bri.
UNIVERSITY TESTS, Mr. Fawcett's Bill tain and America on the San Juan
for the Abolition of, (55).

boundary dispute, [122]; meets the
Emperor of Austria and the Czar of
Russia at Berlin, [244]; visits Marien-

berg at the centenary celebration.
VATICAN, Daily Life at the, [261]; col. WINDTHORST, DR., opposes the School In-

lision between the Vatican and the spection Bill in the Prussian House of
Quirinal, [266].

Deputies, [225] ; attacks the appoint-
VESUVIUS, Èruption of, [266], 28.

ment of Cardinal Prince Hohenlohe as
VOLUNTEERS at Wimbledon, 56.

ambassador to the Vatican, [235].
VRIES, M., succeeds M. Thorbecke as WOMEN, POLITICAL DISABILITIES RE-

Prime Minister of the Netherlands, MOVAL BILL, Debate on, [48].
[277].

WORCESTER, Execution at, 67.
“ WORK AND Wages,” Thomas Brassey,

[344].

WORKMEN'S CITY, Foundation-stone of,
WALES, PRINCE OF.-National Thanks. laid by the Earl of Shaftesbury, 62.

giving for recovery of, [2], 1; returns
from the Continent, 39; opens the
Bethnal Green Museum, 44 ; visits the

Duke of Devonshire at Chatsworth,119.
WALES, PRINCESS OF, lays foundation- “ ZANZIBAR,” by Captain Burton, (336].

stone of Hospital for Sick Children, 54. ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.-Horned frog pre.
WALKER, SIR W. H., Obituary notice, sented to, 45; birth of hippopotamus
162.

in, 3.
WALROND, MR., Letters and Journals ZORRILLA, SENOR, succeeds Marshal Ser-
of Lord Elgin,” [310].

rano as Prime Minister (Spain), [273].

THE END.

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