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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.
3

Royal Oak, Brecon, 375.
Sandhurst College, 802.
Sandon Hall, 252.
Sandwich Street, Burton Crescent,896.
San Francisco, 288, 326.
Santiago church, 662.
Sarah Sands, croopship, 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.
Siamboul, 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.
Vest India docks, 734.
William Nelson, 705.
Vhittington Club, 427.

V hitechapel, 407.
Vhitfield's "Tabernacle,” 477.
Vindsor Castle, 379.
Vinyard Hall, 618.

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, 206.

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 dead, 240.
“Forbes Mackenzie" Act, 346, 388. expulsion of English workmen, 240.
Foreign office, 606.

complains of English hospitality, 24a
Forlini-Popoli seized, 317.

financial condition, 241.
Formosa bombardment, 866.

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

election coercion, 241.

run on the Bank, 241.
Joi.
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.

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

Louis Napoleon elected President,
stormy debate, 78.

268.
Paris fortifications, 82.
opening of Chambers, 95.

policy, 268.

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.

bonnets rouges removed, 271.
English alliance, 126.
Irish demonstration, 139.

resolves to aid the Pope, 275.
narrow escape of Royal Family, 142. army lands at Civita Vecchia, 375.
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.

(1001)

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

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 Encyc
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, 760.
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, 692.
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
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, 908.
rumoured hostility with Russia, 908.

and Prussia, 909.
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,

France, continued

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

929.
Senate received at St. Cloud, 929
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, sta
expulsion from Paris, 940, 941
Thiers, member of Defence Comu

tee, 940.
communication stopped, 941.
surrender of Sedan, 942.
revolution, 943.
last hours of the Empire, 943-
Republic proclaimed, 944.
Government of National Defens

944.
flight of Prince Imperial, 944-
arrives in England, 944.
commotion in Paris, 944.
arrival of Victor Hugo, 944
Orleans' services again declined, ou
Jules Favre's circular on the wat

944.
Imperial correspondence seized, con
theatres closed, 946.
flight of the Empress to England

946.
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, 44

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, 950, 951.
rival Governments, 952
Gambetta's proclamations, 95,
proceedings of Empress, gst.
Thiers' proclamation, 956
Rentes, 956.
out break in Paris, 957.
Lyons clubs, 958.
departments declared in state of

siege, 958.
renewed disturbance in Paris, oski
rupture of peace negotiaticas

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.
declarations by Gramont and Olli-

vier, 925, 926, 929

goo.

France, continued
Guizot and Favre on defence of

Paris, 959.
Republican demonstration, 061.
regulations in Paris, 961.
M. Guizot proposes a National As-

sembly, 964.
Government removes to Bordeaux,

966.
new coinage, 967
state of Paris, 968.
Christmas day in Paris, 969.
fleet enters Cherbourg, 970.
food proclamation, 970.
Rentes, 970, 973.
Trochu's proclamatiou, 970.
food prices, 970.
meeting of Mayors, 970.
Paris bombarded, 971, 972, 973, 975.
Favre on London Conference, 972.
Prince de Joinville arrested, 973.
safe conduct refused to Jules Favre,

973.
aid to neutrals, 974.
riots in Paris, 975.
proposed capitulation, 976.
Gambetta at St. Servan, 976.
bombardment of Paris ceases, 976.
surrender of Paris, 977.
exclusion of Bonaparte family, 980.
elections to National Assemby, 980.
Paris loan, 982.
Bordeaux Assembly, 982.
state of Paris, 982.
renewed postal service, 978, 983, 985.
Thiers head of Executive, 984.
new Ministry, 984.
Negotiation Committee, 984.
Rentes, 979, 985
Duc de Broglie, English ambassador,

985.
anniversary of Revolution of 1848,

986.
Treaty of Peace settled, 086.
accepted by Bordeaux Assembly,

Franco-Prussian war, continued
Metz isolated, 940.
transport of wounded, 940.
advance of Prussia, 940.
Vitry capitulates, 940.
Epernay attacked, 940.
Lieutenant Harth executed, 940.
Vrigy occupied, 941.
Beaumont, 941.
Bazeilles burnt, 941, 951.
fighting before Sedan, 941.
surrender of the Emperor Napoleon,

942.
Prussians enter Rheims, 944.
explosion at Laon, 946.
Paris reported to be safe, 946.
blockade in Baltic raised, 946.
Montereau, 947.
Uhlans at Senlis, 947.
Nancy occupied, 948.
Toul attacked, 948.
attack on heights of Sceaux, 948.
Crown Prince at Versailles, 949.
Melun occupied, 949.
Bourbaki's negotiations, 949.
Toul surrenders, 949.
Orleans occupied, 950.
Strasburg surrenders, 950.
conduct of prisoners, 951.
fighting at Metz, 951.
Epernon occupied, 951.
head-quarters at Versailles, 952.
Garibaldi joins French forces, 952.
New Brisach bombarded, 952.
Bazaine's attempt, 952.
attack on St. Quentin, 953.
Volunteers under Garibaldi, 953.
circular regarding impending cala-

mities, 953, 954.
defeat at Artenay, 953.
sortie from Montmedy, 953.
Orleans captured, 953.
army of the Loire, 954
M. de Kératry, 954.
Breteuil and Épinal occupied, 954.
St. Cloud burnt, 954.
fighting before Paris, 954.
Strasburg station, 954.
General Boyer at Versailles, 954.
Soissons capitulates, 954.
Chateaudun taken, 954.
St. Quentin taken, 955.
sortie from Mont Valérien, 955.
rumours of peace, 955.
Schelestadt capitulates, 955.
Gambetta urges resistance, 955.
another loan, 955
surrender of Metz. 955.
Le Bourget occupied, 956.
Bourbaki commands Army of the

North, 956.
Dijon occupied, 956.
Fort Mortier taken, 958
rupture of peace negotiations, 958.
Havanna, 959.
Verdun surrenders, 959
Orleans recaptured, 960.
New Brisach capitulates, 960.
defeat at Dreux, 961.
Montargis occupied, 962.
Thionville bombarded, 962.
Thiers' negotiations, 962.
La Fère capitulates, 962.
fighting before Paris, 963.
army of the North, 963.
fighting on the Loire, 963.
sorties from Paris, 963, 964.
Abbeville occupied, 964
Orleans re-taken, 965.
Ducrot's address to troops, 965.
Rouen war contribution, 965.
Beaugency, 965.
General d'Aurelle superseded, 966.
Dieppe occupied, 966.
operations on the Loire, 066.
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, 9o9.
Pont de Noyelle, 9o9.
advance of Cherbourg army, 969.
Dieppe blockaded, 969.
skirmish at Yvetot, 970.
bombardment of Paris opened, 977
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.
Sable occupied, 976.
Longwy capitulates, 976.
Count Chambordy'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,

980.
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,

986.
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.
naines removed from Navy List, 403.
Dr. Rae's discoveries, 420.
M'Clintock's expedition, 490, 556,

560, 575.
Court of Session decision, 515.
memorial, 750.
Frederick the Great, statue of, 327.

986.

982.

Franco-Prussian War-

France declares war, 929.
Berlin war address, 930.
despatch of French troops, 930.
proceedings in North German Par-

liament, 930.
King William commands Bavarian

army, 931.
Kehl bridge blown up, 931.
French demands, 932.
Imperial proclamation, 932.
skirmishing at Saarbrück, 932.
South German addresses, 933.
affair at Neiderbronn, 993.
Emperor Napoleon at Metz, 933,

934
Belgian neutrality, 934.
war rumours, 934.
position on the Rhine, 934.
affair at Saarbrü k, 935.
battles of Weissenburg, Woerth, and

Forbach, 935
Changarnier at Metz, 936.
Prussians at Colmar, 937.
Strasburg invested, 937, 940.
King of Prussia's proclamation, 938.
the Vosges secured, 938.
Bazaine, Commander-in-chief, 938.
North German coast blockaded, 938.
Courcelles, 938.
movements of the Emperor and Ba-

zaine, 939.
cowns in a state of siege, 939.
Vionville, 939.
German Governor of Lorraine, 939.
Gravelotte, 939.
camp at Chalons broken up, 940.
Rheims entered, 940.
troops in Ardennes, 940.
Palikao's "good news," 940.

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

port of, 301.

subsidy, 58x, 602, 603.
Ganges capsized, 630.
Garibaldi -

triumph at Palestrina, 276.
withdraws from Italian Army, 560.
lands in Sicily, 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.
proclamations, 629.
wounded at Aspromonte, 631.
withdraws from chimber, 664.
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,
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.

958.
Gibbs, Lord Mayor. 162.

on temporal power of the Pope, 964
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 Government,
on negro apprenticeship, 16.

972.
promises protection, go.

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," 748.
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, 96.
rebukes Disraeli, 370.

threatened disturbance, III.
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, 273
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, 8
installation, 572.

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

Theatre burnt 910.
budget in one bill, 601.

new University Bu ldings, 959
on Confederate States, 633, 785. Glenalmond College, 208.
scheme for taxing charities, 647, 648. Glenelg, resignation of Lord, 35
declares for extension of franchise, Glenfinnon celebration, 181.
673.

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

Glover, Mrs., retires from stage, 30$
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, 29+
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 read

protest, 295
Reforin Bill, 735

meetings, 296.
sinking fund abandoned, 743.

appeal, 297
at Salisbury, 753.

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

protest, 306.
withdraws from leadership, 772, 775. Archbishop of Canterbury on, 397.
on Irish Church, 775.

Bishop of Exeter on, 308.
Trade Society Delegates, 804. Gorilla controversy, 534, 597.
Co-operative Society, 807.

Goschen, Mr., a cabinet minister, 723.
Irish Church resolutions, 813, 814, Gottingen Professors removed, IL
815, 821, 822, 823.

Gough and Edwardes, arrival of, 193
speech at Brand testimonial,

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, 9o.
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, Igt.
Prime Minister again, 850.

scene with Ferrand, 153
new ministry, 852.

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

protection impossible, 319.
Irish Church Disestablishment Bill, on Ecclesiastical Titles Bil, 322
860, 861, 874-880.

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Graham, Sir James, continued-

on Derby Ministry, 358.
on Disraeli, 378, 546.
Napier correspondence, 407, 419.
on Sebastopol inquiry, 431.
at Carlisle, 542.

death of, 613
Graham, aeronaut, injured, 328.
Grant-Duff at Elgin, 754, 790.

Indian revenue, 985.
Grant, General, 454.
Grant, Sir F., 725.
Grantham, Rev. G. 66.
Granville, Earl-
on Aberdeen ministry. 435.
Ambassador Extraordinary, 465.
consulted by the Queen, 547.
defence, 549.
Foreign Minister, 925.
enters on duties, 925.
Prince Leopold and Spanish Throne,

925.
explanations, 926.
instructions to Lord Lyons, 927, 928.
on English neutrality, 935.
replies to Count Bismarck, 955.
replies to Prince Gortschakofi, 959,

963.
on Luxemburg difficulty, 968.
Gray, Lieut. Basil, 56.
Gray, Sir W., Lieut.-Governor of Ben-

gal, 774:
Great Britain-

launched, 139.
tried, 167.
royal visit, 174.
speed, 202.
stranded, 208.

floated, 223
Great Eastern

explosion, 556.
Captain Harrison drowned, 563.
voyages, 576, 605.
sails with new Atlantic cable,744,746.
lifts old cable, 752.
return, 753
sails with

.

French Atlantic cable, 874.
Suez cable, 902.
Great Tasmania, plague ship, 568.
Greece

revolution, 142, 143.
claims against, 290.
blockade, 290, 291.
mediation unsuccessful, 291.
defeat at Damoko, 406.
neutrality in Russian war, 408.
abdication of King Otho, 633.
plebiscite, 635.
King George proclaimed, 644.
Bavarian protest, 646.
Treaty of London, 654.
King George at Athens, 659.
marriage of King, 793.
blockade running, 852.
chamber dissolved, 865.
massacre of English travellers, 912,

966.
Greenwich election, 329.
Greenwich Fair abolished, 483.

Hospital reforms, 707.

time, 233
Greer-Perry, court-martial, 412.
Gregory, Pope, encyclical, 67.
Grenville Library, 183.
Gretna marriages, 128, 473.
Greville, C. C.-
naturalization of Prince Albert, 60,

396.
rank of Catholic Prelates, 314.
Grey, Alice, impostor, 446.
Griggs, case of Matilda, 801.
Grimsby Docks, 275.
Grisi, Madame, 216.
Guards banquet, 467, 576.
Gueldres, Mary of, reinterred, 255.
Guild of Literature and Art, 713.

Guizot, M.-

Henrietta yacht, 761, 762.
arrives in England, 239.

Herat, capture, 650.
on "William the Conqueror," 338. Herbert, Sydney-
at M. Ollivier's, 901.

on Miss Nightingale, 450
letter to Mr. Gladstone, 976.

death, 608.
(See France.)

statue, 653
Herculaneum excavations, 859.

Hereford, case of Dr. Hampden,
H.

Bishop of, 228-2;0.

Hereford Cathedral re-opened, 653.
Haberdashers' Hall banquet, 877. Heroic conduct, 269, 806.
Hacket, George, escape of, 315. Herschel, Sir J., 314.
Half-farthings issued, 112.

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

occupied, 310, 312, 314.
Halifax, Mechanics Institute, 475. Hesse, Prince and Princess of, 610.
Hampden, hev. Dr.-

Hessey, Rev. Dr., resigns, 968.
Chairman of Theological Board Hewley charity, 11, 115, 252.
109

Hicks, case of Ann, 331.
memorial, 137.

Higgs, frauds, 862.
M.Mullen appeal, 148.

Hill, case of R. Guinness, 611.
proposed for see of Hereford, 228. Hill, Lord, censures officers, 56.
opposition, 223, 230.

Hill, Sir Rowland-
elected, 230.

testimonials, 166, 202.
confirmation, 232.

Secretary to Post Office,211.
mandamus refused, 233.

resignation, 643.
consecration, 243.

grant to, 6759
Handel Festivals, 487, 549, 627, 329. Hoax, (see Morning Advertiser), 485.
Hanover-

Hobbs, American locksmith, 335.
King of, 2.

Hodder, George, killed, 935.
constitution abolished, 3, 8.

Holland, King of, abdicates, 75.
seven professors banished, 11.

navy, 121.
King's pension, 17.

Holmfirth inundation, 346.
crown jewels, 82.

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

372, 631.
reform granted, 242.

(See Russian War.)
withdrawn, 436.

Homeopathy, 171.
crown jewels, 505.

Honolulu grievances, 127.
protest against annexation, 754. Bishop of, 617.
sequestration, 808.

Hood, Thomas, illness, 172.
confiscation, 852.

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

monument, 413.
Commander-in-Chief, 361.

Hook, Rev. Dr., sermon, 24.
retires, 465.

Hoossein Khan, mission of, 16, 46.
death, 468.

Horse-flesh dinner, 803.
Hardy, Gathorne, 850.

Horse Races, (see Races, Derby and
Hardy, John, committed for trial, 901. St. Leger.)
Harmer, Alderman, 75.

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

Horsman, E. —
Hartley Colliery disaster, 619.

Bradshaw affair, 59.
Harvest labour, 359.

Episcopal incomes, 229.
Harwood frauds, 883.

altercation with Lord J. Russell,
Hastings, case of Lady Flora, 34, 37. 292.
death, 48.

attacks the Bishops, 298.
Hastings, Marquis of, fined, 652. Horticultural fête, 603.
marriage, 680.

Houghton, Lord, at Cambridge, 736.
case of “ Lady Elizabeth," 829. Hounslow flogging case, 202.
death, 845.

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

Houses of Parliament-
Hatherley, Lord Chancellor, 852, 856. decoration, 159.
Haussmann, Baron, dismissed, 878. opened, 216.
Havelock, General-

experimental sitting, 301.
advance on Lucknow, 493.

first meeting in, 364.
death, 503.

new chamber, 838.
pension, 504, 509.

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

867.
Queen of, 710, 746.

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

M.P. for Sunderland, 180.
suicide, 203,

railway work, 199.
Haynau, attack on General, 309.

shares, 206.
Hayter's “Reformed Parliament," 53. banquet, 212,
Hayter, Sir W , entertained, 596. share purchase inquiry, 272.
Hayti, slave trade, 57,

charges against, 277, 280, 281, 376,
insurrection, 252.

395.
an Empire, 284

Hughes, T.-
Faustin I. deposed, 532.

Trades Unions, 878.
republic, 658.

Hugo, Victor, fined, 328.
disturbance, 827, 847:

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

elected to Bordeaux assembly, 980.
Heat, excessive, 329, 603.

Hull ferry-boat upset, 267.
Heathcote, Sir William, 841.

Hull Docks, 881.
Hecla, eruption, 182.

Humaita forced, 805,
Hegel monument inaugurated, 956. Humboldt centenary, 885.
Helena, dowry to Princess, 727.

death, 543
marriage, 745.

Hume, Joseph
Helps, Arthur, on Lord Palmerston, household suffrage, 38, 349
480

Scottish reforms, 122.

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