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Earthquakes, continued

Germany, 147.
Greece, 388.
Italy, 334.
Jeddo, 448.
Jellalabad, 100.
Leamington, 844.
Martinique, 33.
Mediterranean shores, 469, 504.
Mount Etna, 712.
Norway, 196.
Pacific, 856.
Rhodes, 647.
San Salvadore, 405.
Scotland, 130.
Shiraz, 381.
Shrewsbury, 16.
South America, 598.
St. Domingo, 108.
St. Iago, Cuba, 359.
Tortola, 795.
Venezuela, 386.
West India Islands, 126.
East India Company (see Parliament

and India).
East Indian House sold, 604.
“Ecce Homo,” Lord Shaftesbury on,

738.
Ecclesiastical Courts, 126.

preferments, 469.
Eclipse, 579, 837, 969.

expedition, 967.

superstition, 332.
Ecuador expedition, 213.
Edinburgh

Corn law meetings, 34, 39. '
anti-corn law conferences, 34, 97.
Campbell banquet, 54.
Wellington memorial, 58, 356.
Scott monument, 74, 206.
municipal contest, 77.
Dickens banquet, 87.
case of Butters, 23.
Queen visits, 117.
Victoria Hall commenced, I
Provost Forrest, 122.
Disruption, 133
Westminster Assembly celebration,

138.
Waverley ball, 152.
Calton monument, 161.
Maynooth meeting, 172.
voluntary demonstration, 178.
Free trade mecting, 186.
Knox memorial, 199.
Philosophical Institution, 211, 845.
Highland destitution, 212.
annuity-tax disturbance, 254.
Corn Exchange opened, 288.
National Gallery, 308, 309.
Presbytery rebuked, 392.
Sardinian address, 452.
Trinity Church case, 473.
fire in James' Court, 494.
Freemasons' Hall, 524.
Fall of houses, 566, 615.
Queen's Park murder, 582,
New Post Office and Museum, 613,

railway, 337 London, 781, 876, 877,

Edinburgh, University, continued | England, Bank of -
Carlyle, 719, 731.

cbarter suspended, 225, 227, 253, sol,
(See also Church of Scotland, Glad-
.stone, Fires, and Trials.)

deposits, 284, 343.
Edinburgh, Duke of

paper solen, 630.
takes seat in House of Lords

trials, 637.
voyage to Australia, 777.

Engravings destroyed, 447.
attempt to assassinate, 811, 821. Erle, Lord Chief Justice, retires, 758
leaves Sydney, 816.

Erromanga murder, 602.
arrives at Portsmouth, 83!.

Essays and Reviews-
visits Melbourne again, 861.

in Convocation, 596, 597, 606.
in Japan, 886.

Bishop of Salisbury prosecutes, 610,
at Calcutta, 895.

652.
at Bombay, 908.

judgment of Privy Council, 666.
Eddystone lighthouse rumour, 858. address to Archbishop, 670.
Edmund, case of Leonard, 695, 702, condemned by convocation, 675.
901, 922.

Etoa mastership, 801.
Education

Euphrates Valley railway, 353.
grants, 44, 216, 218.

European Assurance Society, 886, 888
conference, 312, 488, 801, 803, 903. Evangelical Alliance, 207.
franchises, 504

in Berlin, 496.
League, 888, 891.

Evans, Sir de Lacy, elected for Weso
Union, 912.

minster, 195.
Edwards, E. W., examination of, 857. thanked, 430.
Egham, affray at, 51.

Exchequer frauds, 92, 101.
Eglinton tournament, 50, 67.

balances, 244
Egypt-

Executions
opposes Turkey, 40.

Atkinson, M., 695.
Convention of, London, 71, 74.

Batthyany, Count, 285.
circular to Pashas, 72.

Barrett, Michael, 826.
Beyrout bombarded, 74, 76.

Bennison, Wm., 308.
Sidon taken, 75.

Blakesley, 93.
St. Jean D'Acre taken, 77.

Blum, Leipsic, 265.
Convention, disallowed, 79.

Bousfield, 'W., 458.
peace, 80, 87.

Britten, George, 783-
prize money, 162.

Brown, (deserter), 857,
İbraham Pasha visits England, 201. Canadian rebels, 36.

Chalmers, George, 951.
Viceroy

Cooper, 113.

Courvoisier, 70.
attempt to assassinate Viceroy, 841. Dalliger, marine, 584.
investiture at Cairo, 850.

Detheridge, Jonah, 883.
Elcho, Lord, on reserve forces, 952. Devine, Job, 673.
Election committee, gog.

Dolan and McConville, $65.
Elections, general-

Doolan and others, 84.
(1837), 3, 4, 5.

Doyle (for assault), 609
. (1847), 86, 87, 88.

Flowery Land pirates, 665.
(1847), 221, 223.

Freeman, Sarah, 172.
(1852), 357, 358.

Geddes, John, 152.
(1857), 481, 482.

Geering, Mary Ann, 283.
(1859), 540

Good, Daniel, 110.
(1865), 708, 709.

Grimes, Thomas, 752.
(1868), 841, 846, 847, 850.

Hinson, Frederick, 895.
Election petitions, 803, 804, 856.

Holden, constable, 583.
Elgin, Earl of -

Italian soldiers, 849.
governor of Jamaica, 109.

Italians, 381.
governor of Canada, 429.

Jeffrey, R. J., 748.
mission to China, 483.

Kalabergo, 349
return, 599.

Kohl, Karl, 691.
Governor-General of India, 622. Lecomte, 201.
death, 661.

Leeds, 682.
Ellenborough, Lord -

Liverpool, 658.
Governor-General of India, 92, 93, Lopez, General, 334.
1ΟΙ.

Lynches (brother and sister), git.
on security of Cabul, 104.

Macfarlane and Blackwood, 388
gates of Somnauth, 113.

Mackay, (first private), 823.
Simla proclamation, 119.

Maidstone (double), 762.
mediation for Stoddart and Conolly, Mair, Allan, 114
120.

Manchester Fenians, 796.
Somnauth proclamation, 122.

Mannings, the, 286.
Meeanee proclamation, 129.

Mansell, Private, 472.
recalled, 154.

Marley, R., 472.
arrives in England, 162.

Misters, Josiah, 82.
on Lord Palmerston, 435.

Mobbs, Joseph, 369
Oude proclamation, 518.

Monaghan, 405.
Elliotson, Dr., dismissal of, 33.

Moore, Waterford, 74
Elliott, Ebenezer, on Chartists, 52. Müller, Franz, 684.
Elliott, Rev. J. M., killed, 881,

Orsini and Pietri, 514
Elopement, 62, 184, 680.

Palmer, W., 463.
Elsecar, suffocation, 395.

Payne and others, 709.
Elton, actor, 139, 141.

Pirates, 473
Emigration, 863.

Ratcliffe, Dorchester, $39.
Emigration League, 901, 902, 903, 919, 1 Reid, Patrick, 232.
914.

Saville, William, iho.
Emily St. Pierre re-cpture, 625. Seery, Bryan,19,2.
Encuenbered estates, 286.

Sheward, William, 86).

739.

Mude pro r., diston Chad, 881.

Theatre burnt, 690.
Lawson banquet, 699.
explosion and fire, 791.
Disraeli banquet, 793.
Library Act rejected, 825.
John Bright in, 844.
female students, 914, 968, 971.
new infirmary, 954.
disorderly meeting of students, 958.
Scott centenary, 964.
University-
case of Professor Macdonald,
Brougham, Chancellor, 559.
Inglis, 846.
Gladstone, Rector, 560.
Wilson and Ramsay statues, 697

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326.

fir der accession, 304, 306.

Executions, continued

Smith, Rebecca, 284.
Smith, Robert, 824.
Tawell, John, 171.
Thomas, Sarah, 274.
Timney, Mary, 625.
Topner, J. C., 395.
Traupmann, 901.
Waters, Margaret, 953.
Wane, Francis, 689.
Wheelan, 860.
Wiggins, John, 791.

Willes and Smith, 323.
Exeter, Bishop of

on Socialism, 60.
v. Latimer, 243.
petition to Queen returned, 315.
on Archbishop of Canterbury, 324,

(See Gorham case.)
Diocesan Synod, 329.
death, 885.
Exeter city, 48.
Exhibition (Great)
All Nations, proposed by Prince

Albert, 279.
meeting to promote, 285.
Royal Commission, 289.
subscriptions, 291.
site selected, 293.
banquet of Mayors, 295.
opposition to site, 304, 306.
Paxton's design, 305, 306.
tender accepted, 307.
first column set up, 310.
York banquet, 312.
Goldsmiths' prizes, 314.
Paxton memorial, 317.
opened, 325.
Commissioners' banquet, 326.
first shilling day, 327.
City banquet, 330.
largest attendance, 336.
close, 337
lectures, 339
promenade, 351.
vote for removal, 354
memorial, 393 (see Crystal Palace).
Exhibitions

Berlin, 354.
British manufactures, 215, 240, 247.
Cork, 355.
Dublin, 382, 393.
Educational, 912.
Florence, 611.
Glasgow, 722.
Industrial, 670.
International, 625.
Kensington (annual), 891.
Leeds, 844.
Manchester Art Treasures, 493, 498.
Me.bourne, 754, 756.
New York, 386.
Paris, 436, 449
Patriotic Fund, 433.
Rome (ecclesiastical). 906.
South Staffordshire, 872.
Workmen's International, 898, 929,

Wurtemburg, 873.
Explosions-

Abdul-Medjid, 311.
Accrington, 888.
Algiers powder magazine, 170,
Ancoats, Manchester, 91.
Apothecaries' Hall, 111.
Apsley, Huddersfield, 503-
Babulino, war steamer, 797.
Ballincoolig, 554, 613.
Barling's Fireworks, 285.
Bayswater, 887
Benares (powder), 298.
Bilston iron works, 452.
Bingley, Bradford, 873.
Birmingham, 557.

percussion factory, 627.

Explosions, continued

Explosions, continued-
Black Eagle, 535.

Woolwich Arsenal, 182.
Blaina, 2.

(See CoHiery Accidents and Rail
Bordeaux harbour, 886.

ways.)
Brighton Railway, 852.

Eyre, Lieut. Governor
Britannia Works, Wolverhampton, governor of Jamacia, 680.
893

suppresses insurrection, 717.
Brynn Hall, Ashton, 940.

severities, 718, 721.
Canongate, Edinburgh, 791.

re-called, 718.
Carnarvon (nitro-glycerine), 877. report, 721.
Chatham arsenal, 592

denounced, 721.
Clerkenwell House of Detention. 79 arrives in England, 750.
Cleugh Hall, Staffordshire, 920. banquet, 751.
Clyde lighter, 893.

defence fund, 751, 752.
Conham Ferry, Bristol, 338.

prosecutions, 781, 820, 822, 823, 825.
Coton's fire-work, 402, 525.

827, 828, 858.
Cricket steamboat, 223.

address to, 830.
Cumberland, steamer, 883.
Dartford, 341.
D'Ernst's factory, IOI.

.: F.
Donna Maria, 311.
Dundee gas-works, 93.
spinning mill, 533.

FALL of houses-
Dunkirk powder magazine, 979. Bethnal Green, 861.
Elsecar, Newcastle, 841.

Brinthsway cotton-mill, 307.
Erith (powder), 683

Broad-street, 397.
Faversham (gun cotton), 221.

Clare-street, Limerick, 291.
powder-mill, 28, 800, 854.

Drury-lane, 98.
Fog-signal factory, 478.

Edgeware-road, 51.
Gibraltar, magazine, 390.

Edinburgh, 615.
Gipsy Queen, 164.

Fleet-sti eet, 81.
Greenock (nitro-glycerine), 946. Free School, Westminster,
Hays, Ashton, 493.

Gracechurch-street, 327.
Hodge's distillery, 108.

Hillhead, Glasgow, 949.
Hogue Street, New York, 292.

Holloway's, Strand, 810.
Hounslow powder mills, 294, 457,1 Hull, "old sugar house," 849
875, 895.

Leith, (sugar refinery), 694
Kaimes (powder), 908.

Liverpool, Rigby Street, 844.
Kensington, Liverpool, 827.

Palace Hotel (scaffolding), 543.
Langton, Yorkshire, 591.

Pemberton mills, 562.
Lewes agricultural show, 556.

Penton-square, Cork, 458.
Lighter, 6.

Plymouth Cathedral, 486.
Lotty Sleigh, 664.

Preston, 391.
Luycett, 972.

Radcliffe mill, Oldham, 164.
Melfort powder works, 584.

Ramsay-terrace, Edinburgh, 566.
Metz magazine, 839.

Richmond, Virginia, 614.
Middlesborough, 121.

Strand, 390.
Millfield, Staffordshire, 624.

Sugar-house, Glasgow, 264.
Masborough ironworks, 635.

Tokenhouse-yard, 468.
Moxley iron works, 840.

Torquay, 532.
Nancekuke, 631.

Tottenham-court-road, 484
Newcastle Moor, (nitro-glycerine Underground railway, 602.
Eoo.

Famine, Irish-
Nine Elms (gas), 718.

resolutions, 185.
Perseus locomotive, 634

report of Commission, 101
Plover, 318.

debate in Parliament, 195,
Preston, 257

fever bill, 196.
Radetzky, frigate, 861.

Treasury order, 196.
Railway powder waggon, 979.

riots, 197, 199.
Red Rover, 306.

seizure of grain, 28.
Renshaw Park, Sheffield, 972.

prayer, 210, 216.
Rhodes' powder magazine, 448. opening of ports, 210
Rochdale, 413.

report from Skibbereen, 211, 212.
Rotherhithe, 611.

relief measures, 213, 219, 220.
Samuda's premises, 170.

Corn and Navigation laws, sus
Saltley, (fog-signals),827.

pended, 213, 214.
Seaford Cliff, Dover, 310.

increase of suffering, 214.
Sebastopol magazine, 448.

loan, 215.
Sheffield (incendiary), 122.

relief committee, 215.
Music Hall, 528.

repudiation, 223
Spitalfields, 309.

Famine in Oris a, 750, 753, 754.
Springfield-lane, Salford, 314. Faraday, Professor, chemical discovery,
Stockport, 322.

184.
Terezvar, Hungary, 323.

on table-turning, 385
Telegraph steamer, 104.

on spiritualism, 60;
Thames steam-tug, 882

death, 788.
Thistle, (Sheerness), 889.

memorial, 876.
Times steamer, 383.

Farren, Wm., actor, refires, 448.
Tonning, 588.

Faucher, Leon-
Valmy, 314

Minister of Interior, 268.
Victoria, 16, 24.

on the Republic, 284.
Walker iron works, 446.

Leigon of Honour, 335.
Waltham, 131.

opposes Imperial schemes, 344
Waltham powder mills, 602.

death, 428.
Warrington, 914:

Faversham, suffocation, 268.
Witton, Birmingham, 966.

Female Blondin killed, 655.

957.

Fenian agitation-

Fires, continued
convention, 662.

Blue Jacket, 863.
arrests in Dublin, 716.

Bolton, 464.
Philadelphia congress, 718.

Bombay Post Office, 862.
Stephens, capture and escape, 720. Bonny, Africa, 867.
New York mass-meeting, 727.

Bremen, 830.
O'Neill shot, 736.

Bridgton, Glasgow, 737, 421.
enter Can da, 739.

British Museum, 709.
districts "proclaimed," 760.

Broadclyst, Exeter, 914.
alarm at Chester, 765.

Broadwood's piano factory, 467.
Killarney rising, 765.

Brogden's mills, Liverpool, 382.
disturbance throughout Leinster and Brooklyn (U.S.), 261.
Munster, 767

Brownlow Hill workhouse, 631.
reprieve, 777, 791.

Buckinghamshire, 321.
murder of Sergt. Brett, 789, 790.

Bucklersbury, 43.
M'Donnel, shot, 790.

Cairo, 21.
Finlen deputation, 796.

Caleb Grimsharv, 286.
execution at Manchester, 796.

Caledonian distillery, 460.
funeral processions, 799.

Caledonian station, Edinburgh, 268.
Clerkenwell explosion, 799, 800. Campden House, 623.
American address, 799.

Camden-town station, 487.
special constables, 800.

Canongate gas-works, 270.
Queenstown outrage, 800.

Cape Colony, 859.
Cork outrage, 801.

Carlsruhe Theatre, 215.
Burke and others committed for trial, Carton, Maynooth, 452.
801.

Castle tavern, Bristol, 142.
Barrett and O'Neil apprehended, 801.

Chaillot, 449.

Chamounix, 442.
capture of Clancy, 802.
seditious placard, 802.

Charing Cross Station, 804.
· Mackey, arrested, 803.

Cheltenham Theatre, 40.
convicted, 813.)

Chester Station Hotel, 615.
Barrett and Desmond, trial, 819. Chester Town Hall, 636.
apprehension, 820.

Chowleigh, Devon, 883.
Hyde Park meeting, 848.

Cincinnati harbour, 872.
release of prisoners, 858.

Fires, continued-

Gravesend, 211, 308.
Grantham Exchange, 634-
Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh,

166.
Greystock Castle, Penrith, 822.
Griffiths, steamer, 301.
Gutta percha works, 384.
Haberdasher's hall, 682.
Hamburg, 108.
Hampstead road, 757.
Hampstead water-works, 269.
Harrow, 27.
Haymarket Theatre, 798.
Henry, (barque), 167.
Hillfield hall, Warwick, 667.
Holborn (Day and Martin's), 884
Horse Guards, 93.
Hull Theatre, 558, 859.
Hungerford Hall, 404.
Incendiary, 107, 116, 147.
Invalides, Paris, 333.
Italian Opera, Paris, 13.
Ivy-lane, 67.
James'-court, Edinburgh, 494.
Kelsall's mills, Rochdale, 396.
Kildare-street, Dublin, 588.
Kingston, Jamaica, 142, 624.
Ladies' dresses, 531.
Launcelot's Hay, Liverpol, 422.
Lauric and Marner's, 726.
Lee Mill, Halifax, 391.
Linlithgow town hall, 220.
Lincoln's Inn, 269
Liverpool, 26, 119, 147.
London Bridge Station, 836

City, 396.
Gertrude boarded, 860.

Cleveland Asylum, 847.
soirée, 863.

Cliefden House, 286.
outrage near Cork, 876.

Clowes' printing-office, 354.
treatment of prisoners, 877.

Collard and Collard, 343-
meetings for release, 885, 887, 888. College, Killarney, 200.
oppose other meetings, 889, 891. Constantinople, 48, 255, 258, 359,
Orange Union, 889.

716, 921.

Cook's circus, 112.
porter shot, 890.
Rossa for Tipperary, 891, 892, 904.

Cottenham, 296.
proposed relief, 892.

Cotton mills, 868.
bailiff attacked, 895.

Covent Garden Theatre, 457.
condemned by Pope, 900.

Cracow, 306.
threaten Canada, 920.

Cræsus, troopship, 434.
prisoners released, 967, 969, 972.

Crewe Hall, 722.
Fergusson banquet, 845.

Croydon Church, 762.
Ferrières peace negotiations, 948,950, Croydon terminus, 209.

Crystal Palace, 761.
954.
Feuchères, Baroness de, 124, 138.

Crystal Palace, New York, 529.
Ffoulkes, Rev. E., 921.

Cumberland Lodge, 891.
Field Marshals created, 80r.

Cumberland Street, Hyde Park, 630
Financial Reform Association, 277.

Dalhousie Castle, 791.
Fine Arts Commission, 93.

Davis' wharf, 12.
Finney, S. G., committed, 874.

Derby Town-hall, 91.
Fires

Donnybrook, 167,
Accrington School, 767.

Dresden, Court Theatre, 885.
Adelphi Theatre, Edinburgh, 382,

Dublin, 600, 740.
Alderinanbury, 181.

Dundee, 80, 791.
Alexandra Theatre, Glasgow, 910.

Du Hermitage, 884.
All Saint's Church, Kent Road, 870.

Durham Theatre, 863.
Amurzon, steamship, 344.

Eastern City, 527.
Ancoats, Manchester, 121.

Eastern Monarch, 544.
Annihilator works, 364.

Edinburgh Theatre, 690.
Antwerp Bourse, 526.

Ely Cathedral, 111.
Antwerp, 616.

Endymion, 564.
Astley's Amphitheatre, 86.

Erie, steamship, 88.
Austinfriars Church, 634-

Esher paper mills, 395.
Austria, 528.

Etna, battery, 435.
Barnum's Museum, 808.

Europa, 400.
Basse Terre, 781.

Eynsham, Oxford. 158.
Batavia, barque, 536.

Fish-street-hill, 285.
Bath Theatre, 625.

Flixton Hall, 212.
Belper, Derbyshire, 288.

Fordington, Dorset, 62, 90.
Benares, steamship, 246.

Frankfort Cathedral, 786.
Ben Caunt's, 317.

Frauenstein, Saxony, 887.
Berlin Opera House, 141, 320.

Fredericksburg palace, 561.
Berlin Parliament House, 321.

Garrick Theatre, 211.
Bermondsey, 112, 433, 686.

Glamorgan Inn, Cardiff, 912.
Bishopsgate, 55.

Glasgow Polytechnic, 496.
Blackfriars, (Price and Co.,182,634. Glasgow, steamer, 713,
Blenheim Palace, 593.

Golden Gate, steamer, 629.
Bloomsbury, 516, 751.

Granuaile steamer, 216.

Docks, 524.
Vaults, 553

Wharves, 604.
Long Acre, 335, 583.
Luton Hoo, 146.
Manchester Theatre, 153.
Mark-lane, 310.
Martinhampstead, 182.
Marylebone, 535.
Maudsley's works, 219.
Maxwelliown Church, 119.
Medway, 5.
Memel, 418.
Metropolis, 321.
Millwall, 390.
Minories, 124;
Montreal Cathedral, 472.
Montreal, steamer, 488.
Munches House, Galloway, 825
Music Hall, South London, 865
Naworth Castle, 155.
Nelly Stevens, 860.
Nevada mines, 866.
Newcastle, 743

race-stand, ios.
Newcastle and Gateshead, 418.
New Cross station, 317.
Newington Butts, 887.
New Orleans, 971.
New York, 179, 395.
Northumberland House, 837.
Numerous, 143.
Ocean Home, 855.
Ocean Monarch, 259.
Old Kent-road, 124.
Olney, Buckinghamshire, 412.
Olympic Theatre, 274.
Ottery St. Mary, 739, 752.
Oxford Music Hall, 8oz.
Parkhurst prison, 308.
Paternoster Row, 610.
Pengwern hall, 668.
Pera, Constantinople, 48, 250,
Perth, 547.
Plymouth, 637.

Dockyard, 75.
Philadelphia, 693.
Pimlico (Cubitt, 415.
Preston, (Birley's mille), lue
Pride of the Sea, 427.

22.

206.

Fires, continued

France, continued-
Wood street, 663.

Spanish marriage negotiations, 208,
Woolwich military stables, 612.

214.
Wynnstay, 514.

frigates wrecked, 210.
Wynward Park, 81.

reception at Tuileries, 211.
York Minster, 67.

slavery, 216.
Fireworks, 592

charge against Ministers, 219.
Fishmongers' Hall banquet, 852.

trial of corrupt officials, 220.
Episcopal banquet, 859.

Reform banquet, 220.
Fitzherbert, Mrs., and Prince of Wales, Praslin murder, 222.

Duc d'Aumale, Governor of Al-
Fleet Prison closed, 123.

geria, 224.
Flemish Farm rates, 191.

Soult resigns office, 224.
“ Flint Jack,". 768.

Guizot, succeeds, 224.
Flogging in the army,

Rouen banquet, 230.
Floods-

Chambers opened, 230.
Baltimore, 834.

Reform debates, 232.
Brussels, 308.

sale of offices, 233.
Cork, 393.

unity of Italy, 233.
Derby, 105.

close of debate on address, 234.
Derbyshire, 758.

proposed Reform banquet, 234, 235-
France, 462, 753.

banquet prohibited, 235.
Inverness, 270.

disturbance in Paris, 235.
Loire and Rhone, 210.

resignation of Ministry, 235.
Melbourne, 663.

erection of barricades, 235, 236.
Mexico, 870.

abdication and flight of the King.
Midland Counties, 365.

236.
Severn, 359.

Duchess of Orleans in the Chamber
Tay, 224.

of Deputies, 237.
Thames, 91, 291.

Republic proclaimed, 238.
Tyrol, 333.

Provisional Government, 238.
Wales, 385.

Bank of France, 238.
Florence, (see Italy).

news of the Revolution, 238.
Flores assassinated, 804

M. Lamartine, Minister for Foreign
Flowery Land pirates, 668.

Affairs, 238, 239.
"Flying Dutchman” and “Voltigeur," Republic recognized, 239.
326.

ex-King's sons at Gibraltar, 239.
Fontevrault statues, 753, 767.

Assembly convoked, 239.
Footmen fined, 65.

burial of the dcad, 240.
“ Forbes Mackenzie" Act, 346, 388.

expulsion of English workmen, 240.
Foreign office, 606.

complains of English hospitality, 240
Forlini-Popoli seized, 317.

financial condition, 241;,
Formosa bombardment, 866.

“Liberty Processions,” 241, 243.
Forster, Mr., on Education Question,

Fires, continued-
Prince of Wales Theatre, Glasgow,

856.
Princes-street, Soho, 399.
Quebec, 176, 398, 755.
Raggett's hotel, 176.
Rangoon, 316.
Raphoe Palace, 29.
Renton, Glasgow, 351.
Riseholme Palace, 640.
Rockingham house, 647.
Rose and Crown, 152.
Royal Exchange, 13.
Royal Oak, Brecon, 375.
Sandhurst College, 802.
Sandon Hall, 252.
Sandwich Street, Burton Crescent,896.
San Francisco, 288, 326.
Santiago church, 662.
Sarah Sands, troopship, 500.
Saville House, 694.
Savoy chapel, 667.
Sciennes, Edinburgh, 247.
Shannon steamer, 212.
Sheerness dockyard, 75.
Sheffield Theatre, 697.
Smyrna, 88, 179, 583.
Soho, 588.
Soho (Portland Place), 636.
Sotheby and Co., 706.
Southampton Docks, 839
Southwark, 329, 836.

warehouses, 604.

wharf, 582.
Sovereign of the Sea, 611,
Spitalfields, 271.
Stamboul, 927
Standon Hall, 252.
“Star and Garter," Richmond, goo.
St. Anne's, Limehouse, 296.
St. Anne's, Montreal, 301.
St. Deniol church, 499.
St. George's, Doncaster, 378.
St. George's hotel, 83.
St. John's, Bethnal Green, 905.
St. John's, Newfoundland, 201.
St. Katherines dock, 722.
St. Louis, 27?
St. Matthias', Liverpool, 245.
St. Michael's, Cambridge, 286.
St. Petersburg, 627.
Stirling Castle, 449.
Strand, 6.
Strathaven, 164.
Stoke Canon, 84.
Stonewall, steamer, 889.
Sugar-refinery, London Docks, 952.
Sunderland, 433.
Sunnyside, Salford, 637.
Surrey Music Hall, 603.
Surrey Theatre, 691.
Tamworth, 28.
Temple, 16.
Titania, yacht, 352.
Tooley-street, 141, 320, 608.
Toulon Railway Station, 815.
Tower of London, 92.
Trident, steamer, 385.
Uselda, steamer, 869.
Valparaiso, 861.
Varna, 415.
Victoria (barque), 393.
Victoria Dock, 940.
Victoria Mills, Bury, 979.
Washington, Newcastle, 839.
Washington (the capitol), 343.
Waterloo Road, 919.
Watts' printing office, 910.
Westhead's, Manchester, 295.
West India docks, 734.
William Nelson, 705.
Whittington Club, 427.
Whitechapel, 407
Whitfield's "Tabernacle," 477.
Windsor Castle, 379.
Winyard Hall, 618.

election coercion, 241.

run on the Bank, 241.
901.
Foschini outrage, 460.

discontent, 242.
Fountains movement, 539.

arming of Garde Mobile, 242.
Fourier colony, 91.

office of La Presse attacked, 243.
Fox, Henderson, and Co., suspended Belgian invasion, 244.
payment, 470.

distress, 246.
Fox, Lane on Protestantism, 137.

national fete, 246.
France-

elections, 247.
plot against the King, 17.

Cavaignac recalled, 248.
hostilities with Mexico, 22.

opening of Assembly, 248.
birth of Count de Paris, 24.

Communistic rising, 249, 274.
Molé Ministry, 34.

Fête, Place de la Concorde, 250
Paris riots, 42, 46.

Orleans protest, 250.
Queen insulted, 53.

election of President, 250.
Syrian question, 58.

Orleans family condemned, 251.
Thiers' ministry, 61, 76.

new Constitution, 253, 264, 265.
disasters in Algeria, 67.

Red Republican rising, 253.
column of July, 72.

death of the Archbishop of Paris, 254
Louis Napoleon's attempt at Bou-

loans, 255.
logne, 73.

flight of suspected Deputies, 259.
Boulonaise, thanked, 74-

state of siege continued, 260.
Eastern question, 75.

slavery abolished, 261.
King fired at, 76.

one Chamber, 262,
Guizot Ministry, 76.,79.

President for four years, 263, 264
the King on the Pasha, 77.

siege raised, 263.
stormy debate, 78.

Louis Napoleon elected President,
Paris fortifications, 82.

268,
opening of Chambers, 95.

Minister of Interior retires, 268.
new import duties, 112.
death of Duke of Orleans, 114. M. Boulay, Vice-President, 270.

Communistic clubs, 270.
Regency, 116.
English alliance, 126.

bonnets rouges removed, 271.
Irish demonstration, 139.

resolves to aid the Pope, 275.
narrow escape of Royal Family, 142. army lands at Civita Vecchia, 275.
Tangier and Mogadore attacked, 160. anniversary of the Republic, 276.

Legislative Assembly, 277.
renewed disturbance in Paris, 278.

Gallican Bishops, 285.
secret service money, 170.

change of Ministry, 286.
fortifications, 175.

installation of Judges, 286.
Lecomte fires at the King, 197.

disturbance in Paris, 291.

Socialist candidates, 295.
attempt of Henri, 205.

policy, 268.

peace, 161.
amnesty, 162.
King visits England, 162.

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936.

France, continued

E. Sue returned for Paris, 298.
Ambassador withdrawn from Eng-

land, 300.
excitement in Assembly, 305.
Satory review, 311.
vote against Ministry, 317.
dotation bill rejected, 318.
revision of Constitution, 330.
close of session, 333.
rumoured conspiracy, 339.
coup d'état, 339.
arrest of Deputies, 340.
death of M. Baudin, 340.
slaughter of citizens, 341.
effect of news on funds, 341.
inscriptions effaced, 343.
ceremony at Notre Dame, 344.
arrests, 344.
reorganization of National Guard, 345.
new Constitution, 345.
Orleans property confiscated, 345.
titles of nobility restored, 345.
election of Deputies, 346.
festival of 15th August, 347, 359, 939.
the Empire proposed, 350.
Arago refuses the new oath, 353.
newspaper correspondents, 355.
hereditary power, 360.
invasion of England, 360.
infernal machine, 361.
the Empire proclaimed at Sèvres, 362.
“The Empire is peace,” 362,
Imperial message, 364.
voting for the Empire, 368
the Empire recognized, 368.
English alliance, 405.

(See Russian War). .
National loan, 442.
return of Imperial Guards, 452.
Peace Conferences, 456, 458, 459.
Legislative Body, 457.
Count Walewski on the press, 459.
peace banquet, 460.
Regency, 463.
Orleans Princesses, 463.
Archbishop of Paris assassinated,

474.
Ministerial Deputies, 486.
African expedition, 492.
trial of Italian conspirators, 494.
Louvre inaugurated, 495.
attempt to assassinate Emperor, 506.
hostility to Great Britain, 507.
Empress Regent, 509.
Marshal Pelissier ambassador, 517.
inauguration of Cherbourg, 526.
Montalembert trial, 530.
Estrangement bill, Austria, 532.
Cowley mission, 535.
assists Austria, 541, 542 (see Italian

war).
Savoy annexation, 551.
National burdens, 553.
army enters Paris, 554.
amnesty, 555.
retirement of Count Walewski, 562,

563.
treaty of commerce, 562, 563.
L'Univers suppressed, 563.
Savoy and Nice annexed, 570, 576.
passports abolished, 590.
Monaco purchased, 593.
Rome and Naples, 593.
Fould, Minister of Finance, 615.
clergy and “ Cæsar," 619.
Anti-English feeling, 621.
treaties of 1815, 622.
success in Cochin China, 624.
opposition elections, 648.
bishops warned, 657.
September convention, 682.
prosecution of deputies, 687:
opposition to Papal Encyclical, 690.
Prince Napoleon at Ajaccio, 703.
ficet festivities, 715, 716.

France, continued-

policy in Austro-Prussian war, 737.
Emperor fête accident, 750.
new foreign minister, 752.
Imperial manifesto, 753.
troops withdrawn from Rome, 76
troops withdrawn from Mexico, 768.
excitement in Chamber, 768.
International Exhibition, 770.
Royal visits, 777, 792.
Empress at Osborne, 784.
narrow escape of Empress, 791.
armed intervention at Rome, 792.
Exhibition closed, 795.
Roman policy, 795.
debate on Italy, 798.
editors fined, 813.
Mexican expedition, 832.
M. Rochefort, fined, 836.
Sarbonne demonstration, 836.
new map, 844.
Baudin demonstration, 846, 847, 851.
excitement in Paris, 846.
fruit of Imperial Government, 857.
rising in Algeria, 858.
Legislative Body closed, 869.
election riots, 872.
opposition candidates, 872.
meeting of new Legislative Body,

877.
reform of Chambers, 879, 882.
change of Ambassadors, 880.
amnesty, 883
Corsica visited, 883.
Prince Napoleon on reform, 884.
Senatus Consultum adopted, 884.
opposition manifesto, 891.
Council of Commerce, 892.
Paris deputies, 892.
Legislative Body opened, 892.
fusion of parties, 893.
Treaty of Commerce, 893.
manifesto, 893.
Forcade ministry resigns, 896.
Ollivier's constitutional Government,

896.
new ministry, 897..
Baron Haussman dismissed, 897
policy of Ollivier ministry, 898, 06.
attacked by Gambetta, 898.
Prince Pierre Bonaparte shoots Vic-

tor Noir, 898, 906.
Rochefort disturbances, 899, 900.
Free Trade debate, 900, 902.
Rochefort prosecutions, gor, 903.
Ollivier defence, 901.
M. Guizot, 901, 903.
defence of Deputies, 902.
Prevost-Paradol appointed to Wash-

ington, 903.
army to be reduced, 904.
reported conspiracy, 904.
transportation decree, 906.
freedom of election, 906.
complexion of Ministry, co
rumoured hostility with R

and Prussia, gog.
Senatus Consultum, 910, 911, 912.
public meetings, 911.
stormy debate, 911.
Academy elections, 912.
split in Cabinet, 912.
General Wimpffen in Morocco, 914.
plebiscite, 914, 916, 918.
arrests, 915.
Duc de Gramont, Foreign Minister,

918.
Orleans protest, 922.
movement of troops, 922.
Tien-tsin massacre, 922.
Thiers on peace, 924.
Spanish Throne and Prince Leopold,

924, 925.
revenue, 924.
Geclarations by Gramont and Olli-

vier, 925, 926, 929.

France, continued -

M. Benedetti at Ems, 925.
Rentes, 926.
complaints legitimate, 926.
Prince Leopold withdraws, 927.
Ems interview, 927...
interviews with Lord Lyons, 927,921
war feeling, 928.
Ministerial message, 929.
war resolved on, 929
Prussian Ambassador leaves Paris,

929.
Senate received at St. Cloud, 9a
war credit, 930.
military news, 930.
Prussian secret diplomacy, 931.

(See Franco-Prussian War.)
Empress at Cherbourg, 932.
Projet de Traité, 932.
Empress Regent, 933.
Emperor leaves St. Cloud, 933-
Germans in Paris, 935.
excitement, 936.
Capital declared in a state of siege
"Tout peut se rétablir," 936.
fall of Ollivier Ministry, 937
re-organization of National Guard,

938.
new war credit, 938, 940.
Orleans' services refused, 938.
suspension of specie payment, 938.
Emperor at Verdun, 939
Napoleon fête day, 939
Thiers on defence of Paris, 939.
General Trochu appointed Governor,

939.
stormy debates in Chambers, 940
expulsion from Paris, 940, 941.
Thiers, member of Defence Comit-

tee, 940.
communication stopped, 941.
surrender of Sedan, 942.
revolution, 943.
last hours of the Empire, 943.
Republic proclaimed, 944:
Government of National Defence,
flight of Prince Imperial, 944.
arrives in England, 944.
commotion in Paris, 944.
arrival of Victor Hugo, 944.
Orleans' services again declined, 944
Jules Favre's circular on the war,

944..
Imperial correspondence seized, 946
theatres closed, 946.
flight of the Empress to England
electoral decree, 946.
postal communication ceases, 947.
M. Thiers' mission, 947.
Ambassadors in Paris, 947.
Academy protest, 947.
Favres' second circular, 948.
peace negotiations at Ferrières. Os8.

950, 954.
Republican manifesto, 949.
outbreak at Marseilles, 949.
balloon.carriers, 950.
Duc d Aumale, candidate for As

sembly, 950.
Tours decree, 951.
armistice proposals, 959, 951.
rival Governments, 952
Gambetta's proclamations, 953, 956
proceedings of Empress, 956.
Thiers' proclamation, 956
Rentes, 956.
outbreak in Paris, 957.
Lyons clubs, 958.
departments declared in state of

siege, 958.
renewed disturbance in Paris, 956
rupture of peace negotiations, 958

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944.

946.

.commcre, 946.

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