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Austria, continued-

Austro-Prussian war, continued
Prague insurrection, 250.

manifestoes, 742.
defeat at Goito, 251.

Italian defeat at Custozza, 743.
opposed by Ban of Croatia, 251. Austrian defeat at Nachod, 743.
defeat near Rivoli, 253.

Prussian reverse at Trautenau, 744.
Emperor returns to Vienna, 257. Hanoverian capitulation, 744.
murder of Count Latour, 263.

Skalitz, 744.
Diet suspended, 263.

Sadowa, 744
surrender of Vienna, 264.

severity of slaughter, 745.
abdication of Emperor, 266.

Federal defeat at Aschaffenburg,
Windischgratz proclamation, 268.

746.
new Constitution, 273.

engagement off Lissa, 747.
success at Mortaro, 273.

armistice, 747.
crowning victory at Novara, 274. treaty of peace, 754.
Haynau, proclamation, 281.

“Aux Hospice" case, 719.
treaty of peace, 282.

Aytoun, Professor, 382, 714.
flogging of women, 285.
protest against Bavaria, 286.
reduction of army, 315,

B
national guards dissolved, 334.
Constitution annulled, 344.

| Baby farming case, 922.
Emperor in Hungary, 359

Baden-
funeral honours to Duke of Welling insurrection in, 277.
ton, 361.

New Constitution, 229.
newspaper correspondent arrested, Convention with North Germany,
369.

909, 912.
attempt to assassinate Emperor, 376, | Baker expedition, 893, 898.
756.

| Balleny Islands discovered, 35.
treaty with Great Britain and

Ballet girls burnt, 612, 638, 664.
France, 426.

Ball, fancy dress, 177, 328, 408.
Vienna Conference, 433-438.

Balloon accident, 162.
Concordat, 443.

ascents, 628.
difference with France, 532, 534. destroyed, 678, 706.
Cowley mission, 535, 53% (see Italian ascents from Paris, 963.
war, 1859).

Baly, Dr. killed, 592.
diplomatic relations, 561.

Banffshire, loss of life, 503.
industrial legislation, 561.

Bank of England-
Reichsrath reformed, 567, 586, 596. Act suspended, 225,227, 501, 504
protest against Italian annexation, paper stolen, 630, 637.
570.

Bankruptcy Act, 897, 898.
civil rights extended, 599.

Barber-Fletcher case, 153, 158, 304,
Kossuth notes, 600.

450, 522.
ministry of Marine, 620.

Bar-mess regulations, 196.
Transylvanian deputies, 659.

Barned's banking company, 733.
constitution suspended, 716.

Barne, Oxford, shot, 824.
Pesth diet, 722

Barrow-on-Furness docks, 790.
armies placed on war footing, 736. Barry, architect, dismissal of, 917.

(See Austro-Prussian War.) Bartholomew fair abolished, 443.
cedes Venetia, 745.

Basevi, architect, killed, 183.
manifesto to people, 746.

Bathurst, severities in, 276.
evacuates Quadrilateral, 754

Battles-
Diet opened, 758.

Aliwal, 193

Kostainizza, 525.
Deak's address, 716.

Alma, 416.

Le Mans, 972,
Reichsrath revoked, 763.

Balaclava, 421. 973.
re-organization of army, 765.

Bameean, 75

Lissa, 747
coronation at Pesth, 778.

Bapaume, 971.

Magenta, 544
death of Archduchess Mathilde.

Bull Run, 607,

Maharajpoor, 146
778

631.

Meeanee, 128.
modification of Concordat, 791. Chancellorsville, Montebello, 543.
war budget, 803.

648.

Moodkee, 188.
defeat of Papal party, 813.

Chickahominy, Murfreesboro,'
Papal Allocution, 830, 832.

627

637.
military service, 843, 844.

Chillianwallah, Nachod, 743.
Consul at Leghorn, assassinated 269.

Novara, 274.
872.

Courcelles, 938.

Oltenitza, 393.
foreign policy, 881.

Custozza, 743. Palestro, 544
close of session, 883.

Eupatoria, 431.

Sadowa, 744
Emperor at Jerusalem, 890.

Ferozeshah, 189. Sedan, 941.
Reichsrath opened, 895, 948.

Forbach, 935.

Skalitz, 744
movement for disarmament, 910.

Fredericksburg, Sobraon, 194.
Diets dissolved, 918.

636.

Solferino, 550.
Provincial Diets opened, 940.

Gettysburg, 654. Tchernaya, 443.
Vienna Conference, 953.

Goojerat, 272. Vionville, 939.
policy, 980.

Gravelotte, 939. Waitzen, 280.
Austro-Prussian War-

Hyderabad, sto Weissenburg,
Prussian demands on minor states,

131.
730.

Idstadt, 306. Wilderness, 673.
Prussia and Italy, 730.

Inkerman, 423. Woerth, 935.
call to disarm, 733.

Baudin, M., killed, 340.
ambassadors withdrawn, 733, 741. demonstrations, 846, 847.
demand on Saxony, 736.

Bavaria-
proceedings of Frankfort diet, 737. King and Lola Montes, 215.
conference proposed, 739, 740.

insurrection in Munich, 240.
negotiations fruitless, 739.

abdication, 242.
Garibaldi arrives at Genoa, 741.

King on German unity, 901, 903.
aid to Saxony, 742.

policy, 911.

Bavaria, continued

joins Prussia against France, 929.
close of Diet, 984.

(see Franco-Prussian war).
Bay Island colony, 354.
Beamire, eccentric barrister, 658.
Beards in the army, 414.
Beck, case of Baroness Von, 335.
Bedchamber plot, 41.
Beefsteak Club dissolved, 872.
Beethoven statue, 180.

centenary, 946, 967.
Belfast-

well accident, 284.
Queen's College, 288.
docks, 790.

(see Ireland and Rio
Belgium

Royal visit, 24.
public charities, 485, 486.
railways, 860, 865, 869.
address to King, 892.
neutrality secured, 934, 936, 937, 941
independence anniversary, 949.

Papal demonstration, 979.
Belliqueuse voyage, 872,
Bellot, Lieut., 338.

monuizent, 393, 464.
Bells for Westminster Palace, 471, 499,

577.
Bentinck, Lord George-

opposes Corn Importation bill, 196.
Coercion bill, 201.
sugar duties, 205.
Lord Lyndhurst on, 207.
on potato failure, 208.
Irish railway loan, 214.
resigns Protectionist leadership, 229

234.
planters' grievances, 233.
Court dresses, 248.
accuses Lord John Russell, 253.
on Irish disturbance, 261.
death of, 261.

funeral, 262.
Beresford Hope-

on Marriage Laws, 293.
Gorham case, 294.

M.P. for Cambridge, 805.
Beresford, Rev. Dr., 433.
Berkeley quarrels, 210.
Berkhampstead Common case, 900.
Berlin Cathedral outrage, 882.
Bermuda iron dock, 881.
Bernard, Dr. S., arrested, 510.
Berne bear-pit accident, 595
Berryer banquet, 684.
Bethell, Sir R.

Attorney-General, 471.
censures certain law Lords, 511.
address to Christian young men, 557
Lord Chancellor (Westbury), 604.
altercations with Lord Chelmsford,

608, 623
“Essays and Reviews," judgment,

666.
on synodical judgments, 679.
Edmunds scandal, 695, 702.
Leeds bankruptcy court, 697, 703,
on confession privilege, 702.
censured, 707
resignation, 708.
Betting convictions, 957.
Bhootan given up, 644.
Bickersteth, Rev. R., 472.
“Big Ben" cracked, 499, 557.
Billiard championship, 904.
Birkbeck memorial, 107.
Birkenhead, 146, 162, 216.
Birmingham,

Political Union, 10.
Conference, 30.
Municipal election, 32.
Chartist riots, 45, 46, 57.
police bill, 56.

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Birmingham, continued--
Houverie, E. P.-

Bright, John, continued-
Corn Exchange opened, 225.
sites for churches, 179, 215, 249.

workmen's trains, 902
Grammar School festival, 351.
Ecclesiastical Courts, 251.

retires from Board of Trade, 968.
gaol cruelties, 442.
on Uniformity Act, 649, 679. .

Brighton Bill, killed. 16.
Midland Institute, 450.

Bristol-

Fellowship of Colleges declaration,
Income Tax protest, 473.

fraud, 119

733, 740.
Aston Park opened, 522.
on liberal party, 809.

fall of bridge, 433-
Banking company suspends pay- | Mill correspondence, 840.

ministerial banquet. 802.

theatre accident, 86.
ment, 746.

Boyne Hill, confession, 528.
Watt, statuc, 841.
Brabant, Duke of 389.

Britannia Bridge
Bishops, retirement, 465.
Bradford poisonings, 529.

fixing of first tube, 278.
Bismarck, Count-
Bradshaw's attack on the Court, 54, 59,

tube completed, 293.
negotiates renunciation of Prince
Braintree Church-rate, 8, 65, 107, 290,

second tube laid, 312.
Augustenburg, 372.
388.

British Association, 161, 751.
War Minister, 632.

(See Associations.)
Brassey, presentation to Mr., 323.
on Prussia and Denmark, 673. Brazil

British Bank, 265.
created a Count, 716.

slavery in, 309.

British Queen launched, 19.
demand on Saxony, 736.
dispute with England, 637, 641, 652

steamer, 69.
Vienna note, 736.
war with Uruguay, 681, 715.

Broadhead, Unionist, 889.

Brockhurst assault, 593.
attempt to assassinate, 737

Ascension occupied, 856.
secret despatch, increase of territory, | Bread, price of, 192.

Brooke, Rajah, 218, 225, 232, 233, 332
747.
Breech-loaders for army, 746.

Bronze coinage, 570.
on Prussian Parliament, 903.
Brentford, inundation, 8o.

Brougham, Lord
on Bade: , 907.
Brewster, Sir D., 558.

altercation with Lord Melbourne, 10.
reveals “ Projet de Traité,” 932, 938. | Bribery, 111.

on economy, II.
on French Government and boun Committees, 488.

on Canadian disturbances, 13, 14.
daries, 947.
Commission, 736, 750, 755.

slavery, 14, 16, 48.
objects of war against France, 948.
Judges, 837.

Durham ordinances, 32.
on bombardment of Paris, 950.
Bridgewater Canal burst, 597.

attacks O'Connell, 35.
armistice proposals, 950, 954, 960. Briggs, murder of T., 678.

Corn-law motion, 36.
Black Sea Conference, 963, 964, 975. Bright, John-

defeats Lord Melbourne, 48.
Chancellor of German Empire, 976. advice regarding Corn laws, 113.

rumoured fatal accident, 54
treaty of Versailles, 986.
Brougham correspondence, 127.

on M. de Tocqueville, 126.
(See Franco-Prussian war.)
threatened, 138.

Bright correspondence, 127.
Blackburn and Evelyn fracas, 581.

elected for Durham, 139.

on Examiner libel, 140.
Plackic, Professor, 51.
first speech in Parliament, 140.

estate claimed, 140.
Black Prince, speed, 631.

game laws, 169.

on railway gambling, 172.
Black Sea Conference, 974, 978, 979. reform in Ireland, 289.

French citizen, 244.
Odo Russell's Negotiations, 983.
Hastings correspondence, 315.

Neapolitan Government, 280.
Blanc, Louis

Irish tenant right, 362.

on Mayoral banquet, 295.
Communist rising, 249, 253.
Irish Church, 363.

attack on Bunsen, 301.
threatened prosecution, 251.
on Napier banquet, 403.

opposes Exhibition Commission,
Blantyre jewellery case, 662.
on Russian war, 406, 423.

306, 308.
Blondin feats, 555, 602,

appeal to Lord Palmerston, 432.

attacks Daily News, 308.
Bloomer costume, 327.

defeated at Manchester, 483.

fight with poachers, 309.
Boa-constrictor, 326.

elected for Birmingham, 595.

Penrith banquet, 499.
Boarding out pauper children, 891. on bishops and aristocracy, 529.

Edinburgh banquet, 559
Board of Works loan, 891.

reform scheme, 533.

Chancellor Edinburgh University,
Boat-race, Oxford and Cambridge on Disraeli and French treaty, 566. 559.
1839 Cambridge 1859 Oxford
on Savoy and Nice, 567.

on electoral corruption, 790
1840 Cambridge 1860 Cambridge on press and paper duty, 575.

death, 823.
1841 Cambridge 1861 Oxford

strikes and working men, 6go. Bruce, Home Secretary, 858.
1842 Oxford 1862 Oxford
Parliamentary reform, 691, 709.

on French war, 950.
1845 Cambridge 1863 Oxford

on Mr. Cobden, 698, 699.

Bruce, Sir J. K., 754.
1846 Cambridge 1864 Oxford
Garth controversy, 716.

Brunel, accident to, 132.
1849 Cambridge 1865 Oxford
address at Rochdale, 722.

Buccleuch, Duke of, on Corn Laws
1849 Oxford 1866 Oxford
Russell interview, 725.

189, 190.
1852 Oxford 1867 Oxford

on Gladstone's reform bill o 1866, I

orm bill o 1866, Bucharest, revolution, 727.
1854 Oxford 1868 Oxford

Buckingham, Duke of
1856 Cambridge 1869 Oxford
on Hyde Park meeting, 747.

testimonial, 109
1856 Oxford 1870 Cambridge at the Rotunda, 757.

on Corn-laws, 190, 194.
1857 Cambridge 1871 Cambridge defends the Queen. 759.

Palace seized, 223-
1858 Cambridge
on Disraeli Řeform Bill, 769, 773,

leaves England, 224.
Boden Professorship contest, 590.

785.

sale of estates, 248.
Boers of Port Natal attacked, 107, 110. on Gladstone, 773.

divorce, 290.
Bokhara-

Fenian petition, 774: .

Buckingham Palace entered, 44
mission of Stoddart, 23.
Lloyd-garrison breakfast, 781.

gardens, 179.
and Connolly, 72.

Irish peasant propriety, 802.

Bude light experiment, 97.
imprisonment, 95, 103, 114, 142. on Disraeli's Irish policy, 810. Buenos Ayres-
execution, 109, 125.
opposes Disraeli, 823.

blockaded, 181.
Lord Ellenborough's letter, 120. Welsh Reform Association, 828. defeat of Rosas, 318.
(see also Russia.)
at Limerick, 83 1.

Rosas overthrown, 346.
Bolivian rivers, freedom of, 385.

freedom of Edinburgh, 844.

lands at Plymouth, 352.
Bologna University, 814

“free breakfast table," 845.

wars, 610.
Bona Dea, sufferings of crew, 398. national expenditure, 846.

Bull and tiger fight, 277.
Bondholders, foreign, 846.

cabinet minister, 852.

Bulwer, Sir Henry, on war, 950
Bonwell scandal, 557, 583.

speech on re election, 853.

Bunbury's St. Lucia proclamation, 15
Booksellers' dispute, 353.

"bottle nosed whales," 856.

Bungaroc killed, Ion.
Boothby, Lady, 216.

on death punishment, 856.

Bunhill Fields opened, 888.
Borneo pirates, 218, 281.

Irish Church, 864.

Buonaparte, Pierre, 287, 898.
Borthwick, Peter, 123.

charged with countenancing Fenian- | Buonaparte legitimacy, 594.
Bosjesmans, 219

ism 870.

Burglaries-
Botallack mine accident, 645.

on Irish Land question, 870, 871. Arlington, 310.
Boulton and Park case, 916.

on House of Lords, 874.

Frimley Grove, 310.
Bourbon family, 394.

Irish land question, 897.

Great Raveley, 337.
Bourdeaux, Duke of, 147.

on Fenian prisoners, 900.

Holford House, 311.

7810 Cambridge 186

729.

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Burglaries, continued

Campbell, Lord, (Sir J.) continued Carlisle, R., funeral, 129.
Kirdford, 333-

Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 86. Carlisle, statue to Earl of, 937.
Portway, 337.

standing order rescinded, 180.

Carlton Club and Peelites, 461.
Rait, Glasgow, 391.

Lord Chief Justice, 293.

Carlyle, Thomas-
South Wraxall, 95.

censures High Sheriff of Berks, 348. defends Mazzini, 157.
Sutton Bonnington, 145.
Lord Chancellor, 549.

Cromwell letters, 228.
Uckfield, 316
death, 604.

Irish remedial measures, 249.
Whalley Bridge (Mrs. Norman), Campbell, Sir Colin, governor of Nova public schools, 256.
643.

Scotia, 63.

"nigger question," 288.
Burgoyne, Sir J., 464, 843.

at the Alma, 417.

Duffy and “ Big 0."
Burmah—

presentation, 463.

rector, Edinburgh University, 719.
dispute, 338.

in India. (See Indian Mutiny.) rectorial address, 731.
Irawaddy forced, 344.
created a peer, 526.

on Governor Eyre, 751.
expedition, 350.
death, 657.

on German war. 961.
Rangoon captured, 351.

statue, 835.

Carmarthen election, 124.
Bassein taken, 353
Canada-

election of Council, 471.
Pegu annexed, 367, 371.

Papineau party, 5.

Carron frauds, 555, 570.
war concluded, 385

threatened disturbance, 7,

Cartoon, exhibition, 138.
Burnley barrack tragedy, 93.

rising of the "Liberty Boys," 8 Casual" in Lambeth workhouse, 722
Burns Festivals, 160, 533.

encounter at St. Eustace, II.

Cataract, operation for, 313.
Burton, Captain, fined, 167.

Sir J. Colborne's report, 12.

Cattle plague, 483, 886.
Bute, Marquis of, 854.

Caroline seized, 12,

prevention, 713.
Butt, Isaac, charge against, 510..

Toronto attacked, 13.

spread of, 716, 718.
Buxton, Charles-

Sir F. Head's resignation, 13.

royal commission, 717, 719.
Act of Uniformity, 651.
Earl of Durham, governor, 13.

number attacked, 722, 724.
Brand letters, 750.
pacifying ordinance, 21,

Bill for suppressing, 725, 726.
attempt to shoot, 915.
disallowed, 23, 28.

day of humiliation, 729.
Byng, dinner to, 62.
Montreal theatre, 27.

appearance in Ireland, 738.
retirement, 212.

Beauharnois taken, 28.

Caunt and Bendigo fight, 181.
Byron forgeries, 243.

insurgents defeated, 29.

Cavaignac, General, 265
trial of rebels, 30.

Cavanagh, "fasting man,” 93.
Sir J. Colborne, governor, 32, 63. Cawnpore massacre, 491.
case of prisoners, 33, 40.

Caxton monument, 219.

Poulett Thomson, governor, 53. Census, 1851, 323.
CABUL correspondence, III.

proclamation, 54.

1861, 599.
(See Affghan war.)

Parliament, 61.

Census Bill, 578.
regiment, 147.

union, 61.

Cephalonia, insurrection, 284.
Cadetship trials, 229.

Nova Scotia Assembly, 63.

Ceylon-
Caffraria

clergy revenues, 66, 68, 70, 73, 317, grievances, 272.
disturbance, 327:

378, 300, 382

governor of, 311, 323.
defence association, 331.

death of Lord Sydenham, go.

Chaillu controversy, 602
submisson of Sandilla, 345, 378.

hunter lodges, 91.

Chalmers, Rev. Dr., in London, 17,
Macomo driven out, 350.
French Canadians, 119.

death of, 218.
General Cathcart's circular, 358. Sir T.C. Metcalfe, governor, 125, 166. Chambers, W. and R., 88.
Caffre wars, 259, 316, 422.

corn bill, 134.

Chambord, Count de
- - tribes, 324.
ministry resigns, 146.

manifestoes, 352.
Cagliari case of, 489, 522.

disturbance at Montreal, 275, 284. Chancery Registrarship, 298.
Cairns, Lord, 765.

Quebec, seat of government, 460. sittings, 364.
Lord Chancellor, 807.

Ottawa capital, 527.

Channel Fleet, 559, 576.
California

Federal union, 683.

Chantrey's busts, 107.
gold excitement, 251, 320.

defences, 696, 697.

Charles et Georges affair, <03.
Calvin celebration, 674.

railway loan, 769.

Charterhouse brethren, 395.
Cambridge, Duke of, 430, 500.

proclamation, 777.

Chartist agitation-
pension, 306.
new parliament, 795.

Birmingham meeting, 23,
Princess Augusta of, 137.
D'Arcy M'Ghee shot, 815.

Palace yard meeting, 25.
Cambridge University-

alleged discontent, 829.

Napier defends Wellington, 25,
Hobson's charity, 2.

Sir J. Young, governor, 839, 856. royal proclamations, 32, 40.
New Library, 6.
Newfoundland union, 863, 873

hostility to corn-law repealers, 33
Fitzwilliam Museum, 8.

Red River disturbances, 895, 897, 39, 82, 84, 86, 98, 193, 250.
city election, 65.

941.

threats, 37.
contest for High Stewardship, 78. Rupert's Land, 923.

Vincent arrested, 40,
Duke of Northumberland, Chancel. Parliament opened, 983.

Convention, 42, 52.
lor, 113
Candia insurrection, 754.

Kersal Moor meeting, 43.
royal visit, 145.

Candlish, Rev. Dr. on Balmoral cairn, national petitions, 44, 246.
tradesmen, 155.

654

Birmingham riots, 45, 46.
power of Proctors, 216.
Canning, Viscount, 442.

Newcastle riots, 47.
case of Fiestel, 215.

Canterbury (Sumner), Archbishop of-- the “sacred month,” 47, 48.
Prince Albert, Chancellor, 215, 22 . confirmed, 241.

warning to magistrates, 48.
Public Orator, 264.
fraud on, 335.

attend cathedral service, 49.
reforms, 264, 434, 462.
(Tait) on dissenters, 811.

O'Connor arrested, 52.
Royal Commission, 298, 300.
illness, 892.

rising at Newport, 55, 56.
riot, 423.
Canterbury colony, 326.

Leeds meeting, 8o.
contested election, 455.
Canterbury, Lord, 127.

petitions, 85.
Heresy Board to be retained, 499. Cantillon legacy, 509.

disorder at Norwich, 91.
African mission, 559.
Canty, "receiver," 331.

political prisoners, 96.
case of Emma Kemp, 589.
Cape colonists, 279.

Glasgow Convention, 97.
Duke of Devonshire, Chancellor, 627. Captain, loss of the, 945, 952, 970,

demonstration, 107.
Union buildings, 756.

Capetown, opposition to Bishop of, 851. riots, 115, 117
Beresford Hope, M.P., 805.
Caraccas, revolution, 233.

seditious proclamation, 116.
college dinners, 846.
Cardigan quarrels, 75, 76, 467, 476.

female Chartists, 121.
tests, 892.
Sunday flogging, 83

renewed agitation, 241.
election of Arabic Professor,955. Cardinal, creation of, 813.

Convention, 244, 245, 249.
Campbell, George, Lieutenant Go Cardross case, 697

Kennington Common demonstration
vernor of Bengal, 969.
Cardross, Lady, 108.

244
Campbell, Lord, (Sir J.)-

Cardwell, Mr. at Oxford, 855, 971. trials, 252, 254.
Edinburgh banquet, 54-
Carlisle cemetery, 455.

threatened rising in London, 252

392,

Chartist agitation, continued-

Chinchu Islands, 691.
Ashton riots, 257, 258.

Chisholm, Mrs., emigrants, 310, 336,
Orange Tree plot, 258, 259.
amnesty, 461.

Chloroform discovered, 211, 226.
Chatham and Dover railway, 752, 754. ' Chobham encampment, 384.
Ch tham and Dover railway award, Cholera-
940.

Paris, 261, 278.
Chartres, marriage of Duc, 651.

preparations for, 262, 263,
Chelmsford, dismissal of Lord, 806. Tooting, 268.
Chemistry, College of, 202.

New Orleans, 269.
Chester Town Hall opened, 888.

Britain, 278
Cheyne, case of Rev. Mr., 531, 544, London, 284, 285.
560.

Newcastle, 390.
Childers, Mr., resignation, 975.

Crimea, 413.
Chilian war, 34-

deaths, 479.
China-

Constantinople, 714.
Governor Elliot removes to Macao, France, 716.

conference, 726.
disturbances at Canton, 31.

Glaisher's observations, , ,8.
execution at Canton, 36.

sick fund, 749, 752.
opium prohibited, 37, 38.

decline, 758.
merchants released, so.

outbreak in Fife, 758.
British leave Canton, 43.

Albano, 785.
affray at Hong Kong, 46.

Kertch, 948.
ground for interference, 47.

Christ's Hospital School, 870.
affray in Bay of Coalloon, 51.

proposed removal of, 912, 914-
attack at Hong Kong, 54

Christian, Prince, 959.
trade stopped, 56.

Christmas festivity, 505.
Commissioner Lin's letter, 58.

severe frost, 591.
English in Macao seized, 60.

Chunder Sen in England, 912, 944.
attack in Tongkoo Bay, 61.

Church Congresses
correspondence in name of Queen, 1863 Manchester.
62.

1864 Bristol.
English shipping at Canton fired, 68. 1865 Norwich.
Canton siege, 70.

1866 York.
Chusan captured, 70.

1867 Wolverhampton.
Captain Elliot resigns, 79.

1868 Dublin
Bogue forts destroyed, 8o.

1869 Liverpool
Keshen's report, 80.

1870 Southampton.
peace, 80.

1871 Nottingham.
cession of Hong Kong, 81.

Church disturbance, 62, 144.
Canton captured, 85.

Church of England
Consul at Macao,

Tract XC. censured, 82.
Amoy taken, 89.

Bishop of London's charge, 120.
Chusan again taken, 91.

revival of monastic establishments,
rising at Ningpo, 102.

123.
Shanghai captured, 111.

Tractarian movement, 165, 76
Chin-Kiang-Foo taken, 114.

Ward censured, 164, 166.
Amoy cruelty, 123.

Oakeley censured, 178.
army and fleet thanked, 128

Gorhamn case, 269-82.
indemnity, 129.

Denison case, 425, 429, 467, 468, 470,
Hong Kong, 138.

472, 483. 500.
Canton opened, 139.

confessional, 52.
mission churches, 173.

special prayers discontinued, 533,549.
ransom, 181.

foreign missions, 676.
Canton again threatened, 216.

Bristol Congress, 683.
massacre at Canton, 228.

Bishop of London's F
junk Keying, 241.

confessional, 703, 704.
Bowring, consul, 269.

ritualism, 725.
rebels, 311.

(See also Colenso, Convocation,
piratical fleet destroyed, 312.

“Essays and Reviews," Hamp-
Taeping rebels, 320.

den, Liddell, Newman, Purchas,
imperial successes, 432.

Pusey, Temple, and Voysey.)
seizure of lorcha Arrow, 469

Church of Scotland-
hostilities renewed, 499.

Auchterarder case, 16, 20, 38, 40, 43,
Thistle murders, 473.

115.
attempted poisoning, 475

Dr. Chalmers in London, 17.
destruction of fleet, 486.

general assembly, 43, 84.
capture of Canton, 505.

suspended ministers, 44, 65, 67, 68,
Commissioner Yeh, 505.

73, 85, 86, 88, 110.
Peiho forts taken, 520.

original Burgher synod, 48.
treaty of Tien-tsin, 524.

opposition to civil courts, 49.
attempt on the Peiho, 350.

Marnoch case, 57, 80.
ultimatum, 568.

Strathbogie case, 57, 60, 61, 79, 85,
success at Tangku, 581.

86, 88.
Parkes and Loch seized, 584

Lord Aberdeen's bill, 67, 69, 70, 82,
Pekin entered, 586.

136, 139.
treaty, 591.

patronage, 82, 84.
army thanked, 594

agitation, 82.
Canton restored, 612.

Sir James Graham, on Veto Act, 104,
Anglo-French aid, 622.

III, 124.
rebellion suppressed, 680

Non-Erastian scheme, 105.
Burlingame mission, 848.

patronage debate, 1o9.
Nankin threatened, 852.

Robertson of Ellon censured, 110.
Alcock Convention, 907.

convocation, 122.
Tien-tsin massacres, 922.

special commission, 125, 130,

Church of Scotland, continued

inquiry refused, 129
financial scheme, 130.
rupture in Presbyteries, 131
Queen's letter, 133.
Disruption, 133.
answer to protest, 135.

innovations, 704
Church (Free) of Scoland-

formed, 133.
sites, 135, 179, 215, 249, 255
pastoral address, 137, 144
Glasgow Assembly, 145.
D'Aubigné and Monod, 176.

gift by slaveholders, 200.
Church' (Scottish Episcopal), 72.
Church Irish

proposed disestablishment, 139
complaint, 316.
revenues, 383, 462.
suspensory bill, 814-830.
disestablishment bill, 860-871.

(See Parliament.)
Church (United Presbyterian, 217-
Churchward contract, 650.
City canal burst, 461.
Civil Service, 434.

new minute, 854.
Civil Service competition, 921,
Clanfadda, disturbance at, 166.
Clanricarde and Trevelyan, 411.

on Lord Aberdeen, 412.

Handcock scandal, 431, 506.
Clarendon, Earl of -

entertained at Brussels, 889.
on peace prospects, 886.
replies to Secretary Fish, &go.
death of, 923.

proposed memorial, 933.
Clare, Poet, 87.
Clark, Sir James, and Lady Flora

Hastings, 53.
Clarkson, Thomas, presentation. 33
Clergymen at the bar, 693, 694.
Cleveland, iron discovered, 335
Clifton, accident at, 224.
Climbing boys, 73.
Clinton bankruptcy, 842,857, 870.
Clipper, scuttling, 519.
Clive, statue, 562.
Cloncurry, resignation of Lord, 763
“ Clothing colonels" abolished, 410
Clotilde, marriage of Princess, 534
Clyde, Lord, 579.
Glasgow statue, 836.

(See Campbell, Sir Colin.)
Coach upset, 26, 27,
Coaches, last of, 145, 224.
Cobden, Richard-

elected for Stockport, 88.
altercation with Ferrand, 101.

with Sir R. Peel, 127, 128.
sugar duties, 137.
insulted, 139
import duties, 152.
agricultural distress, 171.
the murrain in the Cabinet, 186.
letter to tenant farmers, 193
entertained by King of the French,

206
candidate for the West Riding, 21;
economy in the public service, ang

293
on reargus O'Connor, 250.
testimonial, 251.
financial reforın, 267, 269, 273.
banquet to, 275.
arbitration, 278.
opposes Russian and Austrian loans

285, 286, 290.
forty shilling franchise, 288.
defends gift of estate, 289
challenged, 300.
defence, 317
reduction of armaments, 328
on Russian war, 429.

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Cobuen, Richard, continued-
attacked by Palmerston, 438.
Turkish loan, 442.
“What next," 453.
China debate, 478.
defeated at Huddersfield, 483.
Rochdale election, 540.
French treaty, 562.
banquet, 607.
China motion, 604.
American institutions, 685.
representation of minorities, 696.
death, 699.
tributes to, 699.

club, 747, 766.
Cockburn, Rev. W., 82.
Cockburn, Sir A. J.

foreign policy debate, 303.
Attorney-General, 323.
Chief Justice, Common Pleas, 471.
Lord Chief Justice, 550.

election petitions, 803.
Coinage proclaination, 872.
Colborne, Sir John, 54.
Colenso, Rev. Dr., consecrated, 394.

“ The Pentateuch," 634.
address to Archbishop, 638.
Bishop of Durham on, 644.
Archbishop of Canterbury on, 645.
protest, 646.
censure of Convocation, 650.
before Privy Council, 676, 688, 697.
Claybrook prohibition, 682.
testimonial, 713.
leaves England, 715.
S.P.G. resolution, 739.

judgment, 757.
Coleridge, Justice, retires, 522.
Collier, J. P.-

Shakspeare affidavit, 453.

controversy, 550.
Colliery accidents

Aberdare, 335.
Agecroft, Manchester, 533.
Arley, Wigan, 379, 401.
Avondale, Pennsylvania, 884.
Bardsley, Ashton, 509.
Barnsley, 635.
Bent Grange, Oldham, 385.
Bradley, Bilston, 638.
Brierley hill, 863.
Burg, Dresden, 882.
Burradon, Newcast)
Brynmally, 468.
Cannock chase, 824.
Carlyn's Hall, Dudley, 165.
Cathin, 621.
Clay Cross, 603.
Cleaton Moor, Whitehaven, 264.
Commonhead, Airdrie, 306.
Coppice, Cannock Chase, 594.
Crombach, 18o.
Cwmannan, 450.
Cymmer, Pontypridd, 465.
Darnley Main, Barnsley, 270.
Downbrow, Preston, 354.
Dukic field, Ashton, 742.
Duffryn, 353, 511.
Ferndale, 795, 873.
Furzehill' Wood, Harrow-bridge,

738.
Hartley 619.
Haswell, 162.
Havertordwest, 150.
Haydock, Wigan, 881.
Hebburn, Newcastle, 278.
Hendrefargan, Swansea, 891.
Hetton, Durham, 590.
Highbrook, Wigan, 866.
Hindley Green, Wigan, 850.
Houghton, Durham, 314.
Ince, Wigan, 891.
Jenappes, Belgium, 836.
Jarrow, Shields, 181.
John Pit, Whitehaven, 27.
Kirkless Hall, Wigan, 220.

Colliery accidents, continued-

Lletty Shenkin, Aberdare, 282. Colonsay, Lord, (M
Lundhill, 477.

Columbia, gold discovery, 518.
Maestig, Glamorganshire, 664 Colville, Lady Janc, burnt, 134.
Mair, Neath, 539.

Comet, 130, 605.
Malaga Vale, Bedminster, 333. Commercial distress, 112, 113, 114, 228
Morfa, 659

Commissions, traffic in, 271.
Newbury, Frome, 888.

Concordat, 322 (see Austria).
Newton, Seaham, 259.

Confederate bondholders, 716.
Oaks, 760.

Conferences
Oaks, Barnsley, 215.

London, 673, 674, 676.
Page Bank, Durham, 528.

Paris (Greece), 854, 856, 860.
Patricroft, 273

Brussels (soldiers), 869.
Pelton Fell, Newcastle, 756.

Black Sea, 963, 964, 967, 970, 971.
Pentre, Rhonda Vale, 985.

admission to Anglican pulpits, 966.
Primrose, Swansea, 529.

Confessional at Plymouth, 361.
Queen's pit, Wigan, 854.

Connellan letter, 281.
Radstock, Wells-way, 55.

Conscience money, :32.
Ramrod Hall, Oldham, 467.

Conservative, origin of name, 4.
Rawmarsh, Rotherham, 343.

violence, 54
Risca, 191.

club, 169.
Risca Vale, Newport, 379, 589.

demonstration, 795.
Rock, Haydock, 295.

leadership, 906, 907.
Ruabon, Wales, 841,

banquet, 908.
Sinking, Pontypool, 872.

Consolidated bank suspension, 739.
St. Hilda, Shields, 45.

Consols, 164, 235, 244, 404, 410, 552,
Star Green, Hanley, 559.

852, 926, 942, 961, 969.
Stormont Main, 131.

Conspiracy, law of, 49.
Summerlee, 609.

Consumption Hospital, 329.
Talk-o'-the-hill, 761.

Contagious Diseases Act, 899.
Thistleyfield, 424.

Controversies-
Thornley, Sunderland, 88.

Bouverie-Mill, 840.
Tredegar, 705.

Cobden-Delane, 661.
Tyldesley, 531.

Coleridge and Buckle, 544.
Upper Gethin, 722.

Croker and Russell, 397.
Victoria, Paisley, 321.

“Fly Sheets," 284.
Victoria, Wearmouth, 253.

Graham and Napier, 419, 453.
Washington, Newcastle, 334.

Kingsley-Newman, 664.
William, Cumberland, 36.

Prior-Forster, 248.
Collisions at Sea-

Shakspeare, 550.
Amazon and Osprey, 746.

Stowe-Byron, 883, 897.
Ann Kemble and Bonetta, 403. Conventions
Apollo and Monarch, 6.

Turkey, 71, 74.
Atlantic and Ogsdenburg, 359.

St. Petersburg, 833.
Bombay and Oneida, 902.

Alabama claims, 856.
Calcutta and Emma, 859.

Convict-hulk system, 534-
Crocodile and John Dwyer, 850. Convocation, 484, 509, 565, 575.
Duchess of Kent and Ravensbourne,

revival of, 317, 331.
357

adjourned, 318, 346, 376.
Eagle and Pladda, 561.

royal license, 363.
Europa and Charles Bartlett, 279. synodical action, 364.
Excelsior and Mail, 464.

report on changes, 413.
Hamburgh and Juanita, 633-

order of proceeding, 431.
Haswell and Bruiser, 750.

condemn Colenso, 640, 650.
Herald and Johanna Karl, 375.

“Essays and Reviews, " 675.
Hesper and Favourite, 406.

court of final appeal, 694, 703.
Hopewell and Yauden, 77.

clergymen at the bar, 694.
Jesmond and Earl of Elgin, 916.

in session, 725.
Josephine Willis and Mangerton, on Ritualism, 804.
454.

Colenso case, 8og.
Latouche Treville and Prince Pierre, Irish Church, 861.
860.

Temple explanations, 903.
Leander and North American, 509. Scripture revision, 904, 906, 915.
Liverpool and La Plata, 637.

Table of Lessons, 916.
Marquis of Abercorn and Lord Roman Council, 925.
Gough, 872.

anti-Unitarian resolution,
Marshall and Woodhouse, 394.

“Westminster communion," 933.
Morocco and Wyoming, 983.

Conway tubular bridge, 240.
Normandy and Mary, 909.

Cook, family, suffocated, 797.
Olympus and Trade Wind, 411. Cook, W. F., knighted, 891.
Ossian and Claremont, 888.

Coorg, case of Rajah of, 590.
Pacha and Erin, 332.

Corfu, 4yo.
Samphire and Fanny Buck, 722. Corinth canal, 906.
Sea Nymph and Rainbler, 200. Cork-
Silicia and Ercolano, 406.

Queen's College, 286.
Sylph and Orwell, 165

mayor of, denounced, 872.
Undine and Heroine, 565.

Corn and navigation laws, 233.
United States and America, 851. Corn duty extinguished, 873.
Vesta and Arctic, 417.

Corn-law agitation
Warrior and Royal Oak, 837.

first meeting of League, 32.
William Connal and Tern, 889.

Edinburgh meeting, 34.
Cologne, celebration, 258.

Manchester banquet, 58.
Cathedral, 118, 356.

Palace-yard conference, 6a.
disturbance, 239.

petitions, 63, 84, 86.
Colonial connection, 275, 904.

elections, 87.
sees, roi, 117, 220, 742, 765.

clerical conserence, 89, 97.

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