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CUMBERLAND GAP, vide UNITED STATES. DILLWYN, MR., motion on the Established
pointed Lieut.-Governor of Jersey, DISCOUNT AT BANK OF ENGLAND, rate
raised, ; frequent variations,
Old Testament,” Vol. III., . DOCKYARDS AND ARSENALS. -Vote for,
federate Congress, ; address to on, ib.; motion negatived, ; Sir
message to Confederate Congress, . DOCUMENTS, PUBLIC, 329.
15; centenarians, 16; dressmaker, sup. proposed Congress, 353.
Sir David Baxter, 141 ; Earl Russell's
speech at, ib.
DINDONALD, EARL OF, great peerage
Secretary of State for the War Depart. DUNNE, COLONEL, motion on depressed
condition of Ireland, .
diplomatic arrangements of 1851-2,
“Fundamental Law” of 1863, ib. ; withdrawn, .
obituary notice, 199.
Emperor's proposal for a Congress, · Romola,” .
ELLENBOROUGH, EARL OF.—Motion on
of, chosen King of the Greeks, . wig-Holstein, .
ELLICE, Right Hox. EDWARD, M.P.,
of Parliament, ; Latin speech to the ELLIOT, Hon. H. G., appointed British
ELPHINSTONE, Sir John, motion for
Commission on iron-clad ships, &c.,
RATES OF, corre .
States, by President Lincoln, .
"* proposal for a Congress,
EMIGRATION, from Manchester to New unfavourable to the Government, ;
various changes in the Ministry, ;
legislation, ; financial affairs, ; ib.; death of M. Billault (Oct. 1863),
ib.; Emperor's speech at opening of
Chambers after the elections, ;
ment of financial position, ; coin-
tion, ; intentions of the Emperor
mediate in the United States, .
reigns at, .
to the Schleswig-Holstein question,
Works, Salford, 1; Hotel and Theatre HOLSTEIN, HOLSTEIN; decision of Diet
Campden House, law case as to, 225. Bishop of, 360.
arising out of, 264 ; on the Bank of BALLOON.
as Rector of University, 53.
Ellicott appointed Bishop of, 358.
Emperor's speech at opening of the Mantfield, Sussex, 52.
London as to cession of Ionian Islands, HOOKER, GENERAL, vide UNITED STATES.
Man's Place in Nature,” .
land, 150; reply to French Emperor's IMPOSTURE, curious case of, by feigned
INCOME, NATIONAL, tabular statement,
showing excess of over expenditure in
the year ended Dec. 31, 1863, 361
INCOME TAX.- Proposed reduction of,
; Mr. Hubbard's resolution, ;
negatived, ; Mr. Roebuck's motion,
nue, ; Mr. H. Seymour's motion
as to, ; withdrawn, ; Sir
and Princess of Wales in the Exhibition his duties as Governor-General, 181.
“ INDUSTRIAL BIOGRAPHY,” work by
INSURANCE, FIRE, great case as to burn-
ing of Campden House, 225.
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDING.
-Lord Palmerston's motion for pur-
Emperor's proposal for a Congress, Mr. Gladstone's motion for purchase of,
&c., ib.; negatived, .
of, ; proposed cession of to Greece,
. ; Protocol of London as
to cession, ; treaty concluded
for the cession, ; Parliament
IRELAND.-State of, as described by Lord
Palmerston in the House of Commons,
wyn's motion, ; speech of Mr.
Whiteside,  ; speech of Mr. B.
statue in his honour, erected at Salis Colonel Dunne's motion on depressed
condition of, ; negatived, ;
cultural classes, &c., ib.; negatived,
extension of Volunteer system to,
; Foreign, ; and vide FRANCE, Mr. McMahon's Bill, ib.; carried,
; curious religious fracas in,
, and vide SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN; against a Romish priest, 112; attempt
tenant and Lord Leitrim, 152.
Captain Speke, 104.
liability of inn-keepers, 179; verdict, death of, .
JANUARY, Chronicle for, 1.
; outrages upon British subjects,
; reparation demanded for murder LEE, GENERAL, invasion of northern
Prince of Satsuma refuses to LEVÉE, held by the Prince of Wales on
by Mr. Spring Rice against a Romish
LILLEY, SERGEANT-MAJOR, vide Court-
LINCOLN, BISHOP OF, his palace burnt
McClellan, urging decisive operations,
letter of August 26, in defence of his
policy, ; Annual Message to Con-
gress, December 9, ; proclama-
tion of pardon on certain conditions,
LINDSAY, MR., motion against building
wooden ships, .
LIPPE-DETMOLD, PRINCE OF, declines to
attend Congress of German Sovereigns,
LITERATURE,  ; periodical, ;
“Fine Arts' Quarterly Review," .
LIVERPOOL, simultaneous execution of
American war, ; immense sums LONDON.- Bill of Sir George Grey as to
LORDS, HOUSE OF, Prince of Wales takes
Polish insurgents, ; nominated decided, 95; debates, vide PARLIAMENT,
dences of the Antiquity of Man,"
LYNDHURST, LORD, obituary notice,
LYTHAM, lighthouse washed away, 10.
MCCLELLAN, GEN., vide UNITED STATES.
Camera, “ Jessy Lea,” .
India, to enter upon his duties as Gover Ireland, .
MAGISTRATES, DERBYSHIRE, correspond.
ence with Home Office about the con MURDER.-Of James Paterson, at Edin-
burgh, 23; the trial, ib.; of William
cultural classes, &c., in Ireland, . and sentence, 70; of Mr. Gustave Thie-
Schleswig-Holstein question, . four men executed at Liverpool for
grants for Canterbury, New Zealand, ham, of an old Frenchman suspected of
witchcraft, 149; of a child by its
mother, in Marylebone-road, 157; by
poison, in a cab, 164; suicide of the
paramour, in the Waterloo-road, 186;
Reign of George III.," Vol. IV., [349). suicide of the murderer, 189; trial of
MURFREESBOROUGH, BATTLE OF, .
Emperor of Mexico, ; receives performances very numerous, and stand-
definitively accept offer of Crown, ib. Society of London, ib.
MUTINY, on board the “Arica," Peruvian
specting grant to, ; negatived, ib. NAAS, LORD, motion on China, .
NAPOLEON III.-Speech at opening of
of Chambers after the elections, ;
in France, ; history of the year, tenburg on Schleswig-Holstein ques-
chased for, (365).
factory state of, .
English compared, by Lord R. Cecil, amendment to Sir John Hay's motion
on, ; agreed to, .
NAVAL SERVICE.- Motion of Sir John
High Court of Judicature, Bengal, 360. Paget, ; reduction, ib.; debates
NETLEY, Her Majesty's visit to the
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, meeting of British
NEWDEGATE, MR., introduces Church-
New York, riots in, (324].
; departure of 1000 emigrants
ships, with serious loss of life, 107.