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966.

France, continuid-

Franco-Prussian war, continued
Guizot and Favre on defence of Metz isolated, 910.
Paris, 959.

transport of wounded, 940.
Republican demonstration, 961.

wdvance of Prussia, 940.
regulations in Paris, 961.

Vitry capitulates, 940.
M. Guizot proposes a National As-

Epernay attacked, 940.
sembly, 964.

Lieutenant Harth executed, 940.
Government removes to Bordeaux, Vrigy occupied, 941.,

Beaumont, 941.
new coinage, 967.

Bazeilles burnt, 941, 951.
state of Paris, 968.

fighting before Sedan, 941.
Christmas day in Paris, 969.

surrender of the Emperor Napoleon,
fleet enters Cherbourg, 970.

942.
food proclamation, 970.

Prussians enter Rheims, 944. .
Rentes, 970, 973

explosion at Laon, 946.
Trochu's proclamation, 970.

Paris reported to be safe, 946.
food prices, 970.

blockade in Baltic raised, 946.
meeting of Mayors, 970.

Montereau, 947.
Paris bombarded, 271, 972, 973, 975. Uhlans at Senlis, 947.
Favre on London Conference, 972. Nancy occupied, 948.
Prince de Joinville arrested, 973. Toul attacked, 948.
safe conduct refused to Jules Favre, attack on heights of Sceaux, 948.
973.

Crown Prince at Versailles, 949.
aid to neutrals, 974.

Melun occupied, 949.
riots in Paris, 975.

Bourbaki's negotiations, 949.
proposed capitulation, 976.

Toul surrenders, 949.
Gambetta at St. Servan, 976.

Orleans occupied, 950.
bombardment of Paris ceases, 976. Strasburg surrenders, 950.
surrender of Paris, 977.

conduct of prisoners, 951.
exclusion of Bonaparte family, 980. fighting at Metz, 951.
elections to National Assemby, 980. Epernon occupied, 951.
Paris loan, 982.

head-quarters at Versailles, 952.
Bordeaux Assembly, 982.

Garibaldi joins French forces, 952.
state of Paris, 982.

New Brisach bombarded, 952.
renewed postal service, 978, 983, 985. Bazaine's attempt, 952.
Thiers head of Executive, 984

attack on St. Quentin, 953.
new Ministry, 984.

Volunteers under Garibaldi, 953.
Negotiation Committee, 984.

circular regarding impending cala-
Rentes, 979, 985.

mities, 953, 954.
Duc de Broglie, English ambassador, defeat at Artenay, 953.
985.

sortie from Montmedy, 953.
anniversary of Revolution of 1848, Orleans captured, 953.
986.

army of the Loire, 954
Treaty of Peace settled, 986.

M. de Kératry, 954.
accepted by Bordeaux Assembly, Bretrzuil and Épinal occupied, 954.

St. Cloud burnt, 954.
Franco-Prussian War

fighting before Paris, 954.
France declares war, 929.

Strasburg station, 954.
Berlin war address, 930.

General Boyer at Versailles, 954.
despatch of French troops, 930.

Soissons capitulates, 954.
proceedings in North German Par Chateaudun taken, 954.
liarnent, 930.

St. Quentin taken, 955.
King William commands Bavarian sortie from Mont Valérien, 955.
army, 931.

rumours of peace, 955.
Kehl bridge blown up, 931.

Schelestadt capitulates, 955.
French demands, 932.

Gambetta urges resistance, 955.
Imperial proclamation, 932.

another loan, 955.
skirmishing at Saarbrück, 932.

surrender of Metz, 955.
South German addresses, 933.

Le Bourget occupied, 956.
affair at Neiderbronn, 993

Bourbaki commands Army of the
Emperor Napoleon at Metz, 933, North, 956.
934.

Dijon occupied, 956.
Belgian neutrality, 934.

Fort Mortier taken, 958
war rumours, 934.

rupture of peace negotiations, 958.
position on the Rhine, 934.

Havanna, 959.
affair at Saarbrück, 935.

Verdun surrenders, 959.
battles of Weissenburg, Woerth, and Orleans recaptured, 960.
Forbach, 935.

New Brisach capitulates, 960.
Changarnier at Metz, 936.

defeat at Dreux, 961.
Prussians at Colmar, 937.

Montargis occupied, 962.
Strasburg invested, 937, 940.

Thionville bombarded, 962.
King of Prussia's proclamation, 938. Thiers' negotiations, 962.
the Vosges secured, 938.

La Fére capitulates, 962.
Bazaine, Commander-in-chief, 938. fighting before Paris, 963-
North German coast blockaded, 938. army of the North, 963.
Courcelles, 938.

fighting on the Loire, 963.
movements of the Emperor and Ba. sorties from Paris, 963, 964.
zaine, 939.

Abbeville occupied, 964-
cowns in a state of siege, 939.

Orleans re-taken, 965.
Vionville, 939.

Ducrot's address to troops, 965.
German Governor of Lorraine, 939. Rouen war contribution, 965.
Gravelotte, 939.

Beaugency, 965.
camp at Chalons broken up, 940. General d'Aurelle superseded, 966.
Rheims entered, 940,

Dieppe occupied, 966.
troops in Ardennes, 940.

operations on the Loire, 066.
Palikao's "good news," 940.

Phalsburg surrenders, 067.

Franco-Prussian war, continued

Montémedy capitulates, 967.
Chateaudun, 967.
Vendôme, 967.
Nuits, 967.
Tours captured, 968.
English vessels sunk at Duclair, 969.
another sortie from Paris, 969.
Pont de Noyelle, 969.
advance of Cherbourg army, 969.
Dieppe blockaded, 969.
skirmish at Yvetot, 970.
bombardment of Paris opened, 972
Mont Avron evacuated, 970.
Germans quit Gray, 970.
Mezières capitulates, 971.
Bapaume, 971.
Paris bombarded, 971, 972, 973, 975
Rocroi occupied, 971.
Belfort bombarded, 972.
Garibaldian defeat, 972.
Villersexel, 972.
Peronne capitulates, 972.
Fort Issy burnt, 972.
Le Mans, 972, 973.
Chier bridge blown up, 973-
Moltke and Trochu, 973-
Alencon occupied, 974.
Bourbaki's retreat, 975.
another sortie from Paris, 975.
St. Quentin, 975.
Trochu resigns, 975.
Moselle bridge blown up, 975.
Garibaldi at Dijon, 975.
negotiations for capitulation of Paris,

976.
Şable occupied, 976.
Longwy capitulates, 976.
Count Charnbordy's circular, 976.
Surrender of Paris, 977.
movements on the Loire, 978.
rumoured suicide of Bourbaki, 978.
Germans occupy Paris forts, 978.
Bordeaux protest, 978.
new Ultra-Republican Society, 978
rumoured conditions of peace, 978.
Gambetta's proclamations, 978.
Favre's intimation, 978.
surrender of Bourbaki, 979.
address of Duc d'Aumale, 979.
relief from England, 978, 979, 980.
arrival of provisions in Paris, 979.
resignation of Gambetta, 979.
regiments disbanded, 979.
decree against Bonaparte family,

98o.
ex-Emperor's proclamation, 980.
General Le Flo, Minister of War,
surrender of Belfort, 983.
armistice extended, 983, 985.
Trochu's protest, 985.
Treaty of Peace settled, 986.
accepted by Bordeaux Assembly,
Frankfort congress, 656, 657, 658.
Franklin Expedition-

sails, 176.
last despatch, 179.
winter at Beachey Island, 218.
search expedition of Rae, 243.
Richardson, 247.
Ross and Bird, 248, 286, 336.
the Lady Franklin, 297.
the North Star, 311.
Belcher, 351.
Isabel, 379.
reward offered, 273, 294.
supplies, 277.1
names removed from Navy List, 403
Dr. Rae's discoveries, 420.
M'Clintock's expedition, 490, 556,

560, 575.
Court of Session decision, 515.
memorial, 756.
Frederick the Great, statue of, 327.

986.

982.

986.

Freemasonry condemned, 716.
Freemasons, Grand Master, 917.
Free Trade Congress, 468.
Freights, American, 120.
Frere, Sir B., at Poonah, 716.
Frightened to death, 146.
Frome heresy case, 821, 869, 870, 871,

877, 889.
Frome, living of, 344, 351, 355.
Frost, Chartist leader, 36, 38, 55, 468.
Frosts, excessive, 13, 14
Froude, J. A., rector of St. Andrews,

849, 865.
on Russia, 961,
Funds investment in English, 279.

958.

583.chto, 58

enters

Gale, aeronaut killed, 309.
Galway chapel accident, 124.

port of, 301.

subsidy, 587, 602, 603.
Ganges capsized, 630.
Garibaldi

triumph at Palestrina, 276.
withdraws from Italian Army, 560.
lands in Sirily, 573.
victories, 574, 577, 579.
refuses to disarm, 580.
concludes a truce, 581.
lands at Spartivento, 582.
Dictator, 583
enters Naples, 584.
expels the Jesuits, 584.
victory at Volturno, 585.
Naples for Italy, 586.
meets Victor Emmanuel, 587.
retires to Caprera, 588.
army disbanded, 589.
proclimations, 629.
wounded at Aspromonte, 631.
withdraws from chmber, 6
arrival in England, 671.
at Genoa, 741.
wounded at Monte Suello, 745.
on Italian freedom, 835.
resigns seat, 838.

in France, 952, 972.
Garotte crimes, 635.
Garrick Club dispute, 522.
Garrick Theatre disturbances, 47.
Gastein, convention of, 715.
Gateshead Town Hall, 829.
Gavazzi, Father, 316, 384, 537.
Geneva Peace Congress, 789.
Geology, Museum of, 326, 354
George IV., statue, 148.
Germany-

Frankfort Congress, 243,
diet, 247, 249, 261, 327.
Lieutenant-General, 254.
disturbance at Frankfort, 261.
crown of, 274.
diet split up, 276.
Federal union, 293.
action of Wurtemberg, 295.
invitation of Austria, 298.
new congress at Frankfort, 299, 312.
Dresden Conference, 316.
protects Holstein, 316, 317.
Anglo-French protest, 317.
annexation and incorporation, 331.
revival of Empire, 968.
Count Bernstorff, English ambas

sador, 985.
Germany, North-

new constitution, 761.
treaty, 765.
constitution, 775, 780.
Salzburg interview, 788.
Parliament opened, 789.
private property at sca, 819.
Debt Bill rejected, 820.
Federal ministry, 868
death punishments, 919.

Germany, North, continued

Gladstone, W. E., continued
war loan, 954.

Irish Land Bill, 904.
Parliament opened, 962.

on Irish Church, 877.
Empire of Germany, 966.

Deal address, 883
Germany, Empire of

on Fenian convicts, 888.
rumoured revival, 958.

on Irish crime, 891.
proposal to King of Prussia, 964. on English neutrality, 934-
Versailles deputation, 968.

Liverpool statue, 947.
King William proclaimed Emperor, on mediation, 950.
974.

“ France, Germany, and England,
Gervinius imprisoned, 378.
Gibbs, Lord Mayor, 162.

on temporal power of the Pope, go
Gibson, M., resigns seat, 45.

965.
elected for Ashton, 504.

releases Fenian prisoners, 967.
“Gladiateur," Derby, 706.

Greenwich constituents, 972.
Gladstone, W. E. —

recognition of French Governme
on negro apprenticeship, 16.

972.
promises protection, 90.

on Black Sea Treaty, 981.
Vice-President, Board of Trade, 149. Tests Bill, 981.
report on railways, 149, 158.

Robinson correspondence, 982.
retirement, 167.

Gladstone, Mrs." Home," 728.
Secretary for Colonies, 190.

Gladstone, Rev Mr., case of, 355
foreign policy debate, 303.

Glanderstone dam bursts, 124.
tribute to Sir R. Peel, 304.

Glasgow-
letters on administration of law in Assembly of 1638, celebration, 32.
Naples, 332, 333.

cotton spinners, 12, 72.
University election of 1852, 355. University degrees, 73-
returned, 357.

commercial failures, 06.
rebukes Disraeli, 370.

threatened disturbance, 111.
insulted at Carlton Club, 372.

corn exchange, 122.
election contest (1853), 373, 374.

Lord Provost censured, 130.
National Debt Scheme, 380.

Wellington statue, 162.
(See Budgets).

fall of a sugar-house, 264.
attempt to extort money from, 382. Dunlop-street theatre accident, 271
on Crimean inquiry, 429, 431.

Victoria bridge, 324.
at Mold and Liverpool, 468.

Western bank failure, 500.
Ionian Commissioner, 531.

water-works opened, 558.
on small boroughs, 537.

ferry-boat upset, 599.
letter on Palmerston cabinet, 548. fires, 731, 921
again elected for Oxford, 550.

Lord Clyde statue 836.
Lord Rector, Edinburgh University, University buildings, 842.
560.

South Woodside accident, 860
installation, 572.

Eagle Foundry burnt, 888.
on Sir G. Bowyer, 597

Theatre burnt gro.
budget in one bill, 601.

new University Buldings, 959.
on Confederate States, 633, 785. Glenalmond College, 208.
scheme for taxing charities, 647, 6. Glenelg, resignation of Lord, 35.
declares for excension of franchise, | Glenfinnon celebration, 181.
673.

Glen Tilt, encounter, 223.
Denmark debate, 677.

Glover, Mrs., retires from stage, 305
on Irish Church, 697.

Godfrey, Dr. J., 549.
letter to Dr. Hannah, 704.

Godiva procession, 329
defeated at Oxford, 711.

Goerlitz, case of Countess, 227, 294
candidate for South Lancashire, 711. Goldsmid, J. L., 89.
elected, 712.

Goldsmith statue, 664-
at Glasgow and Edinburgh, 719. Gorham case, 269, 313.
introduces Reform Bill of 1866, 728. Bishop of London on, 284
at Liverpool banquet, 732.

judgment, 294.
close i debate on second reading of protest, 295.
Reforin Bill, 735.

meetings, 296.
sinking fund abandoned, 743.

appeal, 297.
at Salisbury, 753.

Court of Exchequer, 305.
on Disraelí Reform Bill, 769.

protest, 306.
withdraws from leadership, 772, 775. Archbishop of Canterbury on, 307.
on Irish Church, 775.

Bishop of Exeter on, 30€.
Trade Society Delegates, 804. Gorilla controversy, 534, 597
Co-operative Society, 807.

Go-chen. Mr., a cabinet minister, 723.
Irish Church resolutions, 81 | Gottingen Professors removed,
815, 821, 822, 823.

Gough and Edwardes, arrival of, 393
speech at Brand testimonial, 815.

295, 296, 301.
contradicts rumours, 821,

Goulburn, Mr.. threatened, 129.
suspensory Bill, 824, 826, 830.

Gounod's “Sappho," 333.
Worcestershire election, 827, 828. Graham, Sir James-
Finlen deputation, 833.

China debate, 63.
a candidate for South Lancashire,

Home Secretary, 90.
836, 842.

rejects Orange petition, III
defends financial schemes, 838.

Veto Act, 104, 111, 124.
elected for Greenwich, 847.

Factory Bill, 136, 149.
nomination day, 848.

conciliation of Ireland, 136.
defeated, 848.

removal of magistrates, 138.
" Chapter of Autobiography," 848. O'Connell trial, witnesses, 151.
Prime Minister again, 850.

scene with Ferrand, 153
new ministry, 852.

postal espionage, 156, 157, 158.
speech on re-election, 853,

protection impossible, 319.
Irish Church Disestablishment Bill, on Ecclesiastical Titles Bill,
860, 861, 874-880.

freedom of Aberdeen, 336.

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Graham, Sir James, continued-
Guizot, M.-

Henrictta yacht, 761, 762.
on Derby Ministry, 358.

arrives in England, 239.

Herat, capture, 650.
on Disraeli, 378, 546.

on "William the Conqı

Herbert, Sydney-
Napier correspondence, 407, 419.
at M. Ollivier's, 901.

on Miss Nightingale, 450.
on Sebastopol inquiry, 431.
letter to Mr. Gladstone, 976.

death, 608.
at Carlisle, 542.

(See France.)

statue, 653
death of, 613

Herculaneum excavations, 859.
Graham, aeronaut, injured, 328.

Hereford, case of Dr. Hampden,
Grant-Duff at Elgin, 754, 790.

H.

Bishop of, 228-2;0.
Indian revenue, 985.

Hereford Cathedral re-opened, 653.
Grant, General, 454.

Haberdashers' Hall banquet, 877. Heroic conduct, 269, 806.
Grant, Sir F., 725.
Hacket, George, escape of, 315.

Herschel, Sir J., 314.
Grantham, Rev. G. 66.
Half-farthings issued, 112.

Hesse-Cassel reforms, 240.
Granville, Earl-
Halifax, Viscount, 725.

occupied, 310, 312, 314-
on Aberdeen ministry, 435.

Halifax, Mechanics Institute, 475. Hesse, Prince and Princess of, 6ro.
Ambassador Extraordinary, 465. Hampden, hev. Dr.-

Hessey, Rev. Dr., resigns, 968.
consulted by the Queen, 547.

Chairman of Theological Board Hewley charity, III, 115, 252.
defence, 549.

109

Hicks, case of Ann, 331.
Foreign Minister, 925.
memorial, 137.

Higgs, frauds, 862.
enters on duties, 925.

M.Mullen appeal, 148.

Hill, case of R. Guinness, 611.
Prince Leopold and Spanish Throne, proposed for see of Hereford, 228. Hill, Lord, censures officers, 56.
925.
opposition, 223, 230.

Hill, Sir Rowland-
explanations, 926.
elected, 230.

testimonials, 166, 202.
instructions to Lord Lyons, 927, 928. confirmation, 232.

Secretary to Post Office,211.
on English neutrality, 935.
mandamus refused, 233.

resignation, 643.
replies to Count Bismarck, 95
consecration, 243.

grant to, 675,
replies to Prince Gortschakoff, 959, Handel Festivals, 487, 549, 627, 329. Hoax, (see Morning Advertiser). 485.
Hanover-

Hobbs, American locksmith, 335.
on Luxemburg difficulty, 968.

King of, 2.

Hodder, George, killed, 935.
Gray, Lieut. Basil, 56.

constitution abolished, 3, 8.

Holland, King of, abdicates, 75.
Gray, Sir W., Lieut.-Governor of Ben seven professors banished, 11.

navy, 121.
gal, 774.

King's pension, 17.

Holmfirth inundation, 346.
Great Britain-

crown jewels, 82.

Holy places, question of, 225, 347, 353,
launched, 139.
chamber dismissed, 87.

372, 631.
tried, 167.
reform granted, 242.

(See Russian War.)
royal visit, 174

withdrawn, 436.

Homeopathy, 171.
speed, 202.

crown jewels, 505.

Honolulu grievances, 127.
stranded, 208.

protest against annexation, 754. Bishop of, 617.
floated, 223.

sequestration, 808.

Hood, Thomas, illness, 172.
Great Eastern

confiscation, 852.

death, 175.
explosion, 556.
Hardinge, Sir H., 155, 159, 244.

monument, 413.
Captain Harrison drowned, 563. Commander-in-Chief, 361.

Hook, Rev. Dr., sermon, 24.
voyages, 576, 605.

retires, 465.

Hoossein Khan, mission of, 16, 46.
sails with new Atlantic cable,744,746. death, 468.

Horse-flesh dinner, 803.
lifts old cable, 752.
Hardy, Gathorne, 850.

Horse Races, (see Races, Derby and
return, 753

Hardy, John, committed for trial, 901. St. Leger.)
sails with French Atlantic cable, 874. Harmer, Alderman, 75.

Horsfall, Mr., on maritime law, 622.
Suez cable, 902.
Hartlepool Town hall, 754.

Horsman, E. -
Great Tasmania, plague ship, 568. Hartley Colliery disaster, 619.

Bradshaw affair, 59.
Greece
Harvest labour, 359.

Episcopal incomes, 229.
revolution, 142, 143.
Harwood frauds, 883.

altercation with Lord J. Russell,
claims against, 29o.

Hastings, case of Lady Flora, 34, 37. 292.
blockade, 290, 291.
death, 48.

attacks the Bishops, 298.
mediation unsuccessful, 291.

Hastings, Marquis of, fined, 652. Horticultural fête, 603.
defeat at Damoko, 406.
marriage, 680.

Houghton, Lord, at Cambridge, 756
neutrality in Russian war, 408. case of "Lady Elizabeth,” 829. Hounslow flogging case, 202.
abdication of King Otho, 633.

death, 845.

Houses (see fall of).
plebiscite, 635.
Hatch, case of Rev. Mr., 574.

Houses of Parliament
King George proclaimed, 644. Hatherley, Lord Chancellor, 852, 856. decoration, 159.
Bavarian protest, 646.

Haussmann, Baron, dismissed, 878. opened, 216.
Treaty of London, 654.
Havelock, General-

experimental sitting, 301.
King George at Athens, 659.
advance on Lucknow, 493.

first meeting in, 364.
marriage of King, 793.
death, 503.

new chamber, 838.
blockade running, 852.

pension, 504, 509.

Hudson's Bay territory purchased,
chamber dissolved, 865.
Hawai, King of, 463.

867.
massacre of English travellers, 912, Queen of, 710, 746.

Hudson, George-
Haydon, assisted, by Peel, 202.

M.P. for Sunderland, 180.
Greenwich election, 329.

suicide, 203.

railway work, 199.
Greenwich Fair abolished, 483.
Haynau, attack on General, 309.

shares, 206.
Hospital reforms, 707.
Hayter's" Reformed Parliament,"

banquet, 212.
time, 233
Hayter, Sir W, entertained, 596.

share purchase inquiry, 272.
Greer-Perry, court-martial, 412. Hayti, slave trade, 57,

charges against, 277, 280, 281, 376,
Gregory, Pope, encyclical, 67.
insurrection, 252.

395.
Grenville Library, 183.

an Empire, 284.

Hughes, T.-
Gretna marriages,

Faustin I. deposed, 532.

Trades Unions, 878.
Greville, C. C.

republic, 658.

Hugo, Victor, fined, 328.
naturalization of Prince Albert, 60, disturbance, 827, 847:

returns to Paris, 944.
396.
Head, Sir F., resignation, 13.

elected to Bordeaux assembly, g8o.
rank of Catholic Prelates, 314.
Heat, excessive, 329, 603.

Hull ferry-boat upset, 267.
Grey, Alice, impostor, 446.
Heathcote, Sir William, 841.

Hull Docks, 881.
Griggs, case of Matilda, 801.
Hecla, eruption, 182.

Humaita forced, 805.
Grimsby Docks, 275.

Hegel monument inaugurated, 956. Humboldt centenary, 885.
Grisi, Madame, 216.
Helena, dowry to Princess, 727.

death, 543.
Guards banquet, 467, 576.

marriage, 745.

Hume, Joseph-
Gueldres, Mary of, reinterred, 255. Helps, Arthur, on Lord Palmerston, household suffrage, 38, 342
Guild of Literature and Art, 713.

480

Scottish reforms, 122.

966.

Hume, Joseph, continued-
free admission to Westminster Abbey,

153
expense of returns, 273.
call of the House, 366.
presentation, 414.

death, 431.
Hungary-

war of independence, 262.
Kossuth, dictator, 262.
murder of Count Lamberg, 262,
Ban of Croatia, 263, 264.
defeat, 264.
Pesth surrenders, 268.
declares its independence, 275.
successes, 275.
reverses, 278, 279.
victory at Comorn, 280.
submission of Görgey, 282.
escape of leaders, 283, 330.
protection to refugees, 285.
surrender of Comorn, 285,
Batthyany executed, 285.
refugees executed in effigy, 335.
regalia discovered, 390.
German language to be used, 396.
Deak protest, 601, 609.
constitution, 605,
coronation, 778.
Organization Bill, 836.
Croatian Deputies, 849.
Diet opened, 869.
approves of German Empire, 976.

(See Turkey).
Hungerford suspension bridge, 174.
Hunter, reinterment of John, 537.
Huntingtower, Lord, bankruptcy of,

122.
Hunt poisonings, 660.
Hurstpierpoint, Training College, 284.
Huskisson, statue, 234.
Hyacinthe, Pere, 885, 934.
Hyde Park, encounter in, 927.

disturbances, (see Riots.)
Hydrophobia, 76.
Hyères, revolt, 754.

India, continued-
neutrality in religion, 517.
the Queen, Empress, 529.
famine fund, 598.
order of Star, 604, 813.
“ Nil Darpan" drama, 605.
legislative council, 620.
mails, 627.
sanitary provision, 644, 669.
Punjaub insurrection, 662.
Sir J. Lawrence, governor, 663, 664.
Bhootan annexed, 684.
famine, 750, 753.
Agra, durbar, 758.
Bombay Government, 766.
Council of, 788.
Calcutta cyclone, 794.
missions, 794.
Lord Mayo, Governor General, 836.
defence of Southern Affghanistan,

839.
Sirdar Khan defeated, 856.
Umballa, durbar, 865.
financial statement, 881, 882, 912,

933, 985.
India--(Governors-General)

Lord Auckland, March 1836.
Lord Ellenborough, Feb. 1842.
Viscount Hardinge, July 1844.
Earl of Dalhousie, Jan. 1848."
Viscount Canning, July 1855.
Earl of Elgin, Aug. 1861.
Sir J. Lawrence, Dec. 1863.

Earl of Mayo, Oct. 1868.
Indian Mutiny-

disaffection at Dumdum, 475.
at Barrackpore, 476.
Berhampore, 478.
Mangal Pandy executed, 483.
Moorshedabad, 483.
Meerut, 484
Delhi seized, 484.
proclamation, 485.
Colvin's proclamation, 485.
Lucknow, 486,
Allahabad, 486.
news of, 487, 488, 490, 492, 493, 495,
-498, 499, 505, 506, 517.
Cawnpore 487.
Sealcote, 490.
Cawnpore massacre, 491.
Havelock's advance on Lucknow,
_493.
Eyre's victories, 494.
condition of Lucknow, 495.
Sir Colin Campbell at Calcutta,

495.
relief fund, 496.
junction of Dutram and Havelock,

stower, zent of yodge, ize

Indian mutiny, continued

thanksgiving services, 539, 542.
Tantia Topee hanged, 540.
rebels dispersed, 561.
India Office, 534.
Inglis, Chancellor, 848, 869.
Insane criminals, 137.
Interment Bill, 299
International Boat Race, 883. 947
Interviews, Imperial-

Baden, 576.
Ems, 920.
Compiegne, 6re.
Olmutz, 314, 319
Oss, 792.
Pillnitz, 284.
Potsdam, 391.
Salzburg, 715, 787, 788.
San Sebastian, 716, 839.
Sedan, 942.
Stuttgard, 497.
Töplitz, 284.
Warsaw, 277, 586.
Weimar, 498.
Inverness, Duchess of, 63.
Iona, “ Bishop of," 875.
Ionian Islands
Ward, Commissioner, 275
despatches, 530.
Gladstone, Lord High Commissioner

531, 534.
Sir H. Storks, commissioner, 534.

cession of, 636, 657, 658, 674.
Ireland-
Mulgrave letter, 4.
National Association, 8.
faction hght, 16.

Tithe question, 18.
murder of Earl of Norbury, 33
crime, 38, 111.
Repeal Association, 65.
National Association, 71, 251.
Corporation bill, 73.
Government patronage, 75.
Lord Chancellor Campbell, 86
riots, 107.
Tipperary Commission, 112.
altar denunciations, 131, 224
purchase of arms, 132, 135-
mail coach contract, 132.
dismissal of magistrates, 135, 180
discontent, 139.
land tenure, 145.
outrage at Finnoe, 146.
Catholic clergy, 146.
Lord Heytesbury, Lord-Lieutena

159
Dissenting chapels, 162.
clergy warned, 164.
uational education, 166, 182.
Colleges, 175, 177, 182, 183, 263, zod

344.
potato failure, 183.
famine, 185--223.

(see Famine)
Coercion Bill, 195
Earl Grey's motion, 796
affray at Birdhill, 199
Arms Bill, 206.
poor relief, 207
Labour Rate Act, 207, 208, 209 271.
outrage, 210, 225, 226.
Cork election, 219.
aid to railways, 220.
tenant right, 224-
increase of outrages, 227.
Dr. M'Hale on altar denunciation,

227, 232.
clergy admonished, 231.
Special Commission, 231.
the treason press, 242, 243, 244. 355
prosecutions, 242, 249, 250.
National flag raised, 243.
rifle clubs, 244
ar putation to France, 244.
"Gagging Act, 244, 246

496.

IMMACULATE conception dogma, 427.
Import duties, 65.
Income-tax, (see Parliament).
India-

death of Juwan Singh, 24.
Kurnoul captured, 53.

(See Affghan war).
Lord Ellenborough, governor, 107.
Gates of Somnauth, 118, 122, 124-
battle of Meeanee, 127, 129.
Hyderabad, 131.
Scinde war, 131, 138, 147, 170,
revolution in Punjaub, 143.
victory at Maharajpoor, 148.
Sir H. Hardinge, governor, 155.
Danish possessions, 169.
railways, 175.

(See Sikh war).
express, 183, 190, 191.
Agnew and Anderson murdered, 24
victory at Noonaree, 253.

at Mooltan, 254, 268.
Mooltan invested, 261.
disaster at Ramnuggur, 265.
at Chillianwallah, 269.
surrender of Moolraj, 270.
march to Lahore, 271.
Sikh defeat at Goojerat, 272.
subinission, 273
Punjaub annexed, 274.
array thanked, 275.
Mooltan destroyed, 285.
Ganges canal opened, 405.
Oude annexed, 454.
government of, 494, 508, 510, 516,
522, 528.

capture of Delhi, 497.
Islam fort, 497, 498.
Lucknow relieved, 497.
Greathead's victories, 497.
success of naval brigade, 499.
rapid movements of Sir Colin Camp-

bell, 500.
relief of Lucknow, 502.
Cawnpore memorial, 503.
death of General Havelock, 503.
march from Alumbagh to Cawn-

pore, 503.
arrival of wounded at Calcutta. 506.
shooting Sepoys, 506.
successes at Futteghur and Goruck-

pore, 507.
Ratghur taken, 508.
thanks of Parliament, 509.
second march from Cawnpore to

Lucknow, 512.
Oude proclamation, 512, 518.
Lucknow again occupied, 515.
Jhansi taken, 516.
victory at Banda, 518.
Gwalior captured, 523-
final suppression, 532..

Ireland, continued

Ireland, continued
Irish Parliament, 245.

New Master of Rolls, 900
pike factories, 245.

Presbyterian Church, 902.
trials, 246.

Queen's County Jury, go8.
proposed National Guard, 248.

Coote dismissal, 908.
Confederate Clubs, 255.

sympathy with France, 947.
Habeas Corpus suspended, (1848), press on prospects of war, 961.
255.

secret Committee, 985.
rising of Smith O'Brien's party, 256. Ireland -(Lords-Lieutenant-
encounter at Ballingary, 256.

(See Table of Administrations).
seizure of newspapers, 256.

Irish land agitation-
another Special Commission, 257. fixity of Tenure, 8go.
arrests, 257.

conference, 902.
convictions, 259.

Gladstone's Bill, 904.
wanton destruction, 261.

discussion in Committee, 911, 912,
trial of rebels, 262, 264; 278.

915, 918.
“ Home Office Letter," 263.

read a third time, 920, 921.
address to Lord-Lieutenant, 268.

in House of Lords, 923.
renewed suspension of Habeas amendments accepted, 927.

Corpus, (1849) 270, 271; expiry, Irish Church
284.

new Constitution, 885.
relief of distress, 271, 276.

split in Convention, 893.
rate in aid, 273, 267, 277.

reorganization, 898, 900.
affray at Dolly's Brae, 280.

Convention, 994:
dismissal of Lord Roden, 285, 286. English sympathy, 906.
“The Alliance," 287.

Episcopal veto, 907.
proposal to abolish Lord-Lieutenant, election of Primate, 910.
293, 297, 300, 317, 321, 376, 516.

disestablished, 971.
magistrate shot, 300.

(See also Parliament.).
Syirod of Thurles, 308.

Irish members charged with venality,
income-tax, 323.

382, 384, 399.
Encumbered Estates Court, 336, 359. Iron-clads, 597, 828.
repayment of loans, 336, 337.

Iron “rig," 725.
Earl of Eglinton, Lord Lieutenant, Irvingite Cathedral, 396.
349

Irving, case of D'Arcy, 918.
Dr. Cullen elected Roman Catholic Islington Cattle Market, 269.
Primate, 350.

Italian war (1847–49)--
tenant right, 360.

Austria strengthens her garrisons,
Tenant League censure, 374,

229.
Earl of St. Germains, Lord-Lieu- affray in Milan, 231, 235.
tenant, 375.

disorder at Leghorn, 232.
income-tax, 385.

the Emperor refuses further con-
murder of Miss Hinds, 446.

cessions, 232.
more outrages, 448.

address of Radetzky, 232.
Encumbered Estates Court, 528.

outbreak at Pavia, 233.
treason societies, 531.

arrests, 233
another Special Commission, 627, disturbance at Padua, 234
discourtesy to Lord Lieutenant, 659. martial law proclaimed in Lombardy,
Fenian outbreak, 716, 718, 720,

235.
suspension of Habeas Corpus, (1866), fighting in Milan, 242.
726, 727, 749, 766.

spread of insurrection, 242.
Marquis of Abercorn, Lord Lieu- provisional government at Venice,
tenant, 751

242, 243:
Queen's Colleges, 754.

entry of Italian troops, 243.
Church Commission, 780, 795.

female battalion, 245.
Roman Catholic remonstrance, 800.

Austrian success at Verona, 248, 250.
Protestant Defence Association, 803.

Peschiera taken, 249.
Habeas Corpus suspended,(1868) 804.

Italian war (1859), continued
Sardinia invaded, 542.
battle of Montebello, 543.

Palestio, 544.
Magenta, 544
Malegnano, 546.

Solferino, 550.
Austria withdraws within Quadri.

lateral, 547
armistice, 551.

treaty of Villafranca, 552.
Italy-

insurrectionary movements, 182.
fight of grand Duke of Lucca, 223
Lord Minto's mission, 223, 229, 235,

332.
King of Sardinia at Genoa, 225.
Universities opened, 360.
disturbance in Milan, 375.
foreign occupation, 6o
grievances, 46.
affairs of, 464.
kingdom of 555, 559.
vacant Duchies, 560.
Province of Æmilia, 561.
voting, 568.
King proclaimed, 584, 598.
annexation, 591.
Parliament, 595.
Messina surrenders, 597.
Kingdom recognized, 598, 604
death of Count Cavour, 603.
difference with Spain, 615.
passports abolished, 627.
September Convention, 682.
king enters Florence, 694.
court removes to Florence, 702.
alliance with Prussia against Austria,

730.
batialions under Garibaldi, 737.
declares war against Austria, 742.
amnesty, 750.
receives Peschiera, 754.
and Venice, 755.
voting, 756.
King enters Venice, 758.
Parliament opened, 761.
Mazzini proclamation, ?l».
Government proclamation, 790.
Garibaldi arrested, 799.
engagement at Monte Libretto,

791.
Garibaldi escapes, 792:
affair of the Serristori barracks, 792,

849
Menabrea Ministry, 792, 800, 871.
Monte Rotondo, 792, 745.
proclamation, 792.
occupies Pontifical territory, 794.
Garibaldi arrested, 795.
demonstration, 795.
King proclaimed, 799.
Ratazzi banquet, 801.
Prince Humbert married, 820.
extension of civil rights, 850.
Pontifical debt, 853.
attempt to up et royal train, 860.
Mazzini arrested, 939.
addition to army, 939.
Roman territory to be occupied

defeat at Curtalone, -51.
Lord Mayo's negotiations, 816. annexation of Lombardy to Pied.
Deputy Lieutenant shot, 819.

mont, 251.
increase of polling places, 834.

Radetzky surprises Vicenza, 252.
Church defended, 838, 868.

Venice and Sardinia, 254.
Lord Spencer, Lord Lieutenant, 857. retreat across the Mincio, 255.
banquet, 859.

defeated at Verona and Goito, 256.
religious equality, 863.

Milan capitulates, 257.
renewed outrages, 869.

Bologna bombarded, 257.
Mayor O'Sullivan's speech, 869,870, rising in Leghorn, 261.
871, 872.

levy in Milan, 265.
Captain Lambert shot at, 879.

Insurrection in Como, 266.
High Sheriff fired at, 880.

flight of Duke of Tuscany, 271, 281.
police indicted, 881.

Duke of Parma abdicates, 273.
Mayo outrage, 883,

Brescia bombarded, 274.
“Triduum" festival, 884, 946.

Genoa seized, 274, 275.
national press, 886.

defeat at Novara, 274.
Tenant League, 886.

reaction, 275.
Meath outrage, 887.

surrender of Bologna, 277.
clergy on land question, 888.

Venice capitulates, 283.
Cavan outrage, 889.

Emperor enters Milan, 335.
jubilee, 889.

Italian war (1859)
tenant right, 889, 893, 895.

grievances, 535
Sligo outrage, 891.

views of Austria, 536.
Ulster warning, 892.

Swiss neutrality, 536.
procession prohibited, 893.

movement of Austrian armics, 539.
troops forwarded to, 894.

mediation, 540.
King's County outrage, 895.

rupture, 540.
Derry celebration, 895

warlike preparations, 541.

496.
insurrection in Viterbo, 947-
Rome entered, 949.
Rome annexed, 953.
General La Marmora, 954.
protest of English Catholics, 961.
excommunication, 962.
Parliament opened, 965.
transfer of Capital, 966, 569, 977
Free National Church, 966.
Rome the capital, 966.
King in Rome, 970, 971.
Vatican property, 980.
proposal to expel Jesuits, 933.

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