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and encroachment. His Majesty Shah Soojah

1842. ool-Moolk will enter Affghanistan surrounded by his own troops, and will be supported October 1.--Unaware of the calamity which against foreign interference and factious oppo had befallen Stoddart and Conolly at Bokhara, sition by a British army.

The Governor Lord Ellenborough writes to the Ameer :-“I General confidently hopes that the Shah will was informed when 'I reached India that you be speedily replaced on his throne by his own detained in confinement two Englishmen, supsubjects and adherents; and when once he posing them to have entertained designs against shall be secured in power, and the independence you. This must have been your reason, for no and integrity of Afghanistan established, the prince detains an innocent traveller. British army will be withdrawn. The Governor informed that they are innocent travellers. As General has been led to these measures by individuals they could not entertain designs the duty which is imposed upon him of pro against you; and I know they were not emviding for the security of the possessions of the ployed by their Government in such designs, British Crown; but he rejoices that in the for their Government is friendly to you. Send discharge of his duty he will be enabled to them away towards Persia. It will redound assist in restoring the union and prosperity of to your honour. They shall never return to the Affghan people. Throughout the ap give you offence, but be sent back to their proaching operations British influence will be own country. Do this, as you wish to hare sedulously employed to further every measure my friendship.” Many other attempts were of general benefit, to reconcile differences, to made to soften the Ameer's heart towards the secure oblivion of injuries, and to put an end captives hy the Governments of Russia and to the distractions by which for so many years Turkey, as well as by British agents at Herat, the welfare and happiness of the Affghans have Khiva, and Cabul; but failure attended each been impaired." A notification was at the successive appeal, chiefly, it was thought, from same time made that Mr. W. H. Macnaghten, the refusal or unwillingness of the British Secretary to the Government, would assume Government to recognise the captives in any the function of Envoy and Minister at the way as ambassadors or official agents. General Court of Shah Soojah, and that Captain Pollock exerted himself successfully to obtain Burnes would be employed under his direction an adjustment of the claims of Captain as Envoy to the Chief of Khelat or other States. Conolly's servants, though a letter written in A number of political assistants were also connexion therewith by the Secretary for India appointed. It was of this proclamation Sir shows in what light Lord Ellenborough reJ. C. Hobhouse said afterwards, speaking offi garded the mission. I am directed to inform cially :-“Lord Auckland must not be per you," wrote Mr. Maddock, “that the Governormitted to bear the blame of the Simla mani General has no knowledge of Lieutenant A. festo against Dost Mahomed. It was the policy Conolly's mission to Kokund having been of the Government; and he might mention that authorized. On the contrary his Lordship was the despatch which he wrote, stating his opinion informed by the late President of the Board of of the course that ought to be taken in order Control that Lieutenant A. Conolly was exto meet expected emergencies, and that written pressly instructed by him not to go to Kokund, by Lord Auckland informing him that the ex and in all probability he owes all his mispedition had already been undertaken, crossed fortunes to his direct transgression of that each other on the way.”

instruction."

INDEX.

A.

Affghan war, continued-

murder of Macnaghten, 41.
ABBEVILLE gravel pits, 429.

massacre of British troops, 41.
Abd-el-Kader-

Ali Musjid taken, 42.
surrender of, 127.

Ghuznce surrendered, 43.
petition, 154

Candahar attacked, 44.
imprisonment, 201.

news of disasters, 44.
release, 232.

repulse in the Rujuk Pass, 44.
Abduction, Miss Arbuthnot, 273, 373.

Khyber Pass forced, 34.
Abercorn, Duke of, 693.

Affghans defeated before Jellalabad,
Abercromby, Speaker, elected, 4.

45:
Aberdare pit accident, 212.

death of General Elphinstone, 45.
Aberdeen, Earl of-

Nott at Candahar and Ghuznee, 50.
ministry of, 239

Pollock's march to Cabul, 50.
dispute with Irish members, 241.

Ghuznee re-captured, 51.
defeated, 287.

captives relieved, 51.
resigns, 288.

Pollock's victory in the Tezeen, 51.
Aberdeen University and Professor M'Caskill at Istalift, 52.
Blackie, 18.

Lord Ellenborough's Simla procla-
Abergele, disaster, 694.

mation, 52.
Abinger, Lord, on public meetings, 52. evacuation of Affghanistan, 52.
in Norfolk, 68.

Somnauth proclamation, 53.
About, M., 402.

dignities conferred, 53.
Abyssinian prisoners, 550, 584, 658, gates of Somnauth, 54, 55.
661.

African discovery-
treatment, 550.

Dr. Baikie, 289.
Beke's mission, 570.

Livingstone, 321.
letter from, 627, 651.

Speke, 370, 417, 472.
expedition, 638, 651, 652, 653.

Baker, 443
leaves Bombay, 645.

Speke at Gondokoro, 483.
vote in Parliament, 651, 652.

arrival in England, 495.
advance of army, 653, 656.

Baker at Khartoum, 555.
advance of expedition, 658, 659, 672. African missions, Oxford and Cam.
released, 673

bridge, 404
Theodore's letter to Sir R. Napier, Agnew, Sir Andrew (see Sunday Trad-

ing).
Magdala captured, 674, 677. Agra and Masterman's bank-
return of expedition, 675, 679, 685,

failure, 591;
686.

resuscitated, 615.
address to army, 676.

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETINGS :
proclamation to chiefs, 678.

(Royal.)
Royal message, 678.

1839 Oxford.

1854 Lincoln.
Theodore's widow, 681.

1840 Cambridge. 1855 Carlisle.
army thanked by Parliament, 688. 1841 Liverpool. 1856 Chelmsford.
Gobazye, Emperor, 697.

1842 Bristol.

1857 Salisbury.
Accession of Queen Victoria, 1.

1843 Derby. 1858 Chester.
Achilli, Dr., 176.

1844 Southamp 1859 Warwick.
Adams, American minister, 445, 662.

ton. 1860 Canterbury.
leaves England, 687:

1845 Shrews 1861 Leeds.
Adelaide, Queen, death of, 171.

bury. 1862 Battersea.
Administrations (see Table.

1846 Newcastle. 1863 Worcester.
Administrative reform, 292, 296.

1847 Northamp- 1864 Newcastle-
Æmilia, Province of, 406.

ton.

on-Tyne.
Affghan war-

1848 York.

1865 Plymouth
Lord Auckland's proclamatiori, 711. 1849 Norwich.

1866 Bury St.
Burnes and Vicovich, 4.

1850 Exeter.

Edmund's.
Keane's army, 12.

1851 Windsor. 1867 (No show.)
designs of Persia, 14.

1852 Lewes. 1868 Leicester.
Ghuznee captured, 16.

1853 Gloucester.
Cabool entered, 17.

(Highland.)
British occupation, 18, 39.

1837 Dumfries. 1845 Dumfries.
engagement at Bameean, 19.

1838 Glasgow. 1846 Inverness.
promotion of officers, 21.

1839 Inverness. 1847 Aberdeen.
Dost Mohamed surrenders, 29.

1840 Aberdeen. 1848 Edinburgh.
attack on Khelat-1-Ghilzie, 34.

1841 Berwick.

1850 Glasgow
Sale in Jellalabad, 38, 40.

1842 Edinburgh. 1852 Perth.
Burnes murdered at Cabool, 39. 1843 Dundee.

1854 Berwick.
treaty with Akbar Khan, 40.

1844 Glasgow 1856 Inverness.

Agricultural Society Meetings, cont.
1857 Glasgow.

1863 Kelso.
1858 Aberdeen. 1864 Stirling.
1859 Edinburgh. 1865 Inverness.
1860 Dumfries. 1867 Glasgow.
1861 Perth.

1868 Aberdeen.
Alabama-

sunk, 519
claims, 657:
debate in Parliament, 665.
Convention, 703, 708.
Albemarle, Earl of, 171.
Albert, Prince-

visits the Queen, 19.
marriage rumoured, 20.
settlement, 22.
K. G., 22.
marriage, 22.
at Exeter Hall, 25.
Regent, 27
freedom of London, 28.
lays foundation-stone of Royal Ex-

change, 42.
medal, 79
Flemish Farm, 98.
opens Liverpool Docks, 110.
Chancellor of Cambridge University,

116.
installation, 121.
case of Strange, 150, 155.
at Great Grimsby Docks, 160.
at Portland Harbour, 165.
opens Coal Exchange, 169.
Exhibition banquet, London, 178.
declines office of Commander-in-

chief, 179.
Universities commission, 1&2.
Scottish National Gallery, 189.
York banquet, 193.
Museum of Geology, 204.
Consumptive Hospital, 206.
visits Emperor of the French, 275.
Trinity-house speech, 295.
Prince Consort, 335.
opens Soldiers' Daughters' Home,

368.
opens Sallash bridge, 386.
death of, 460, 461.
memorials, 464
cairn at Balmoral, 473, 497.
remains removed to mausoleum, 478.
national monument, 490.
memorial of, 1851, 494.
Aberdeen, 502.
Perth, 525.
Rosenau, 566.

Hall of Arts and Sciences, 630.
Aldborough arrests, 205.
Aleppo, massacre at, 192.
Alexandra, reception of Princess, 485.
marriage, 486.

(See Wales, Princess of.)
Alexandra, seizure of, 403, 488, 496,

503
Alfred, Prince, Master of Trinity-house,

581.
opens Edinburgh Museum, 590.
Alfred the Great, birthday, 163.

674

ton

son.

son.

Algeria, French outrage in, 87.
Alice Grey, imposture, 302.
Alice, Princess, 453.
Ali Morad, case of, 223.
Allocution, Papal, 567.
Alma, battle of, 276.
Alpine disaster, 425.
Alsop stabbed, 12.
Amateur Dramatic Company, 91.
America-

(see Canada and United States.)
Anderson, case of the slave, 435, 449.
Andover Union inquiry, 90.
Antigone performed, 79.
Antiquarians, Society of, anniversary,

203
Arago, M. 225.
Arbuthnot abduction case, 273, 373.
· Archæological Institute Meetings-

1844 Canterbury, 1858 Bath.
1845 Winchester. 1859 Carlisle.
1846 York.

1860 Gloucester.
1847 Norwich. 1861 Peterboro'.
1848 Lincoln. 1862 Worcester.
1849 Salisbury. 1863 Rochester.
1850 Oxford,

1864 Warwick.
1851 Bristol. 1855 Dorchester.
1852 Newcastle. 1866 London.
1853 Chichester. 1867 Kingston-up-
1854 Cambridge. on-Hull.

1855 Shrewsbury. 1868 Lancaster.
Archbishop of Canterbury in Scotland,

607
Arctic discovery -

Dr. Rae rewarded, 316.
Fox expedition, 336.
M'Clintock's expedition, 401, 405,

419.
Argentine War, 454.
Argyll, Duke of

Non-intrusion committee, 32.
and Dr. Trower, 153.
on American War, 456.

on personal rating, 669.
Arica earthquake, 693.
Arkwright, Richard, will of, 58.
Armstrong gun, 371, 379,
Army-
civil administration, 294.
Clothing Regulations, 308.

increase of pay, 635.
Arnold, M., on Celticism, 604

death of Rev. T., 48.
"Artemus Ward,” 610.

death of, 621.
Art Museum, 230.
Arts, Society of, Festival, 273.
Ashantee disaster, 511, 519.
Ashburton treaty, 50, 56.
Aspromonte, affray at, 474.
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS-

(Archæological Association.)
1844 Canterbury. 1854 Chepstow.
1845 Winchester. 1855 Newport.
1846 Gloucester. 1858 Salisbury.
1847 Warwick 1859 Newbury.
1848 Worcester. 1860 Shrewsbury.
1849 Chester,

1861 Exeter.
1850 Manchester. 1862 Leicester.
185: Derby. 1864 Ipswich
1853 Rochester, 1865 Durham.

(British).
Places.

Presidents.
1837 Liverpool Earl of Burling-

ton.
1838 Newcastle Duke of North-

umberland
1839 Birming Rey. Vernon Har-
hamn

court.
1840 Glasgow Marquis of Brea-

dalbane.
1841 Plymouth Prof. Whewell.
1842 Manchester Lord F. Egerton.
1843 Cork

Earl of Rosse.
1844 York

Dean of Ely
1845 Cambridge Sir J. Herschel.

Association Meetings, continued Austria, continued
1846 Southamp- Sir R. J. Murchi Reichsrath reformed, 411, 430, 439

Prussian notes, 588.
1847 Oxford

Sir R. H. Inglis. army placed on war footing, 588
1848 Swansea Marquis of North-

aids Saxony, 593.
ampton.

war manifesto, 593-
1849 Birming Rev. T. R. Robin engagement at Reichenberg, 594.
ham

at Nachod, 595-
1850 Edinburgh Sir D. Brewster.

at Skalitz, 595.
1851 Ipswich Professor Airy. at Sadowa, 595
1852 Belfast Colonel Sabine. cedes Venetia, 596.
1853 Hull

Wm. Hopkins. Emperor's manifesto, 597.
1854 Liverpool Earl of Harrowby. armistice, 598.
1855 Glasgow
Duke of Argyll.

treaty of peace, 602.
1856 Cheltenham Dr.C.G.B. Daube evacuates Quadrilateral, 606.
ney

Hungarian rescripts, 614, 616, 618.
1857 Dublin
Dr. Lloyd

Diets dissolved, 615.
1858 Leeds

Professor Owen. accident to Archduchess Mathilde,
1859 Aberdeen Prince Albert.

631.
1860 Oxford Lord Wrottesley. Concordat discussed, 646.
1861 Manchester Wm. Fairbairn. Emperor visits Paris, 647.
1862 Cambridge Professor Willis. interment of Emperor Maximilian,
1863 Newcastle Sir W. Armstrong

656.
1864 Bath

Sir Charles Lyell. foreign relations, 658.
1865 Birming Professor Phillips. defeat of Papal party, 670.
ham

military service, 700, 701,
1866 Nottingham W. A. Grove. Austro-Italian war (see Italian war),
1867 Dundee Duke of Buc “Aux Hospices" case, 570.

cleuch.
1868 Norwich J. D. Hooker.
(Social Science.)

B.
1857 Birming 1863 Edinburgh.
ham.
1864 York.

BACK, Captain, 3.
1858 Liverpool. 1865 Sheffield.

Baden, revolution in, 133.
1859 Bradford.

1866 Manchester Bahamas, hurricane, 605.
1860 Glasgow.
1867 Belfast.

Baikie's discoveries, 289.
1861 Dublin. 1868 Birming Baker, Samuel, at Khartoum, 555.
1862 London.

ham

Bal costumé, 206, 269
Atheneum and lead forgeries case, 370.

Ballarat nugget, 249.
Strauss trial, 617.

Balleny Islands, II.
Atlantic Telegraph (see Submarine). Ballet girls burnt, 454, 481, 508.
Atlas Iron Works fall in, 292.

Ballooning, 76, 206.
Atmospheric railway, 27.

M. Poitevin, 230.
Atonement controversy, 86.

collapse of Coxwell's, 501
Atrato in quarantine, 610.

destroyed at Leicester, 522.
Attwood's Bank suspended, 543.

disaster, 555;
Auckland, Lord, Simla proclamation, Ballylenahan, heroic conduct at, 155
711.

Balmoral Cairn inscription contro-
Audubon's discoveries, 59.

versy, 497
Augustenburg, Prince (see Schleswig- Baly, Dr. killed, 435.
Holstein).

Banda and Kirwee prize-money, 530
renunciation, 239.

Bands in Kensington Gardens, 313,
Australia

314.
gold diggings, 220, 226, 233.

Banffshire fishermen lost, 349
exploring expedition, 425.

Bank of England
convicts withdrawn, 538.

Paper stolen, 473.
Austria-
Emperor Ferdinand, 9.

See Funds.)
releases State prisoners, 136.

Bank Act suspended, 124.
returns to Vienna, 146.

suspension recalled, 126.
abdicates, 153.

committee on, 143.
Windischgrätz's proclamation, 154. suspended, 346, 349.
Emperor Francis Joseph's new Con- Bank Charter Act suspended, 573.
stitution, 158.

Bank of Deposit failure, 456.
peace with Sardinia, 172.

Bankruptcy revelations Streatfeld',
relations with Prussia, 194, 198.

433, 449.
National Guard dissolved, 211. Barber-Fletcher case, 6, 136.
Emperor enters Milan, 212.

Barber, W. H., replaced, 305, 367.
Hungarian refugees, 212.

Baring and Rothschild, loan, 116
Emperor of, 229.

Barne, Mr., Oxford, shot, 680.
attempt to assassinate, 242. Barned's Banking Co. suspended,
Prussian alliance, 264.

550.
Concordat, 299

Barrow-on-Furness docks, 644
Vienna negotiation, 290, 293, 295. Barth, Dr., 298.
final proposals to Russia, 306, 307.

Bartholomew Fair, last, 298.
Sardinian Ambassador withdrawn, Basevi, architect, killed, 91.
328.

Bathurst expedition, 161.
estrangement with France, 376. gold discoveries, 199, 205, 212.
Sardinia, 379.

Battles
moves troops against Sardinia, 383,

Aliwal, 100. Chickahominy,
384.

Alma, 276.

470.
summons Sardinia to disarm, 385 Balaklava, 280, Chillianwallah.
(see Italian War).

281.
Imperial order, 397.

Bameean, 19.

Comorn, 164
resumes diplomatic relations with

Bull Run, 451, Eupatoria, 284
France, 406.

Ferozeshah,

Trial, 479

155.

1:54 Oxford

Baotles, continued
Bor-constrictor, 212.

Bright, John, continued-
Fre lericksburg, Montebello, 388. Board of Works, 306.

defends the Queen, 612.
478.

Murfreesboro, Bont-race, Oxford and Cambridge Garth and Seymour correspondence,
Goojerat, 157 479.

1839 Cambridge 1857 Cambridge 614.
Hyderabad, 56. Noonaree, 104
1840 Cambridge 1859 Oxford

denounces Reform Bill, 626.
Idstadt, 187.
Novara, 159

1841 Cainbridge 1860 Cambridge Fenian petition, 627.
Inkermann, 282.
Oltenitza, 257.
1842 Oxford 1861 Oxford

Irish peasant proprietors, 658.
Königgrätz, 595. Palestro, 388. 1845 Cambridge 1862 Oxford

Irish Church, 666.
Lissa, 598.
Rivoli, 104

1846 Cambridge 1863 Oxford Welsh Reforin meeting, 684.
Magenta, 389. Sobraon, 101. 1849 Cainbridge 1864 Oxford Nova Scotia dissatisfaction, 686.
Maharajpoore, Solferino, 395.

1949 Oxford
1865 Oxford

Limerick banquet, 689.
65.
Tchernaya, 299.
1852 Oxford 1866 Oxford

on Nottingham election, 700.
Meanee, 54 Waitzen, 164.

1867 Oxford

freedom of Edinburgh, 701.
Moodkee, 96.

1855 Cainbridge 1868 Oxford advocates a "free breakfast table,"
Baudin, M., killed at the barricades, 216. 1856 Oxford

702.
demonstration in honour of, 703, 704, Boers and Caffres, 282.

national economy, 703;
708.

Boissy, Marquis de, on England, 464. President of Board of Trade, 709.
Bay Island colony, 227.
Bokhara-

address on re-election, 709.
Beck, Baroness von, 212.

case of Stoddart and Conolly, 49, 711. Bristol-
Belchamber plot, 13, 14.
Bolivian rivers, freedom of, 250.

bridge, fall of, 290.
Belfast-

Bologna University disturbances, 671. suspension bridge opened, 533.
tea frauds, 343.

Bondholders, meeting of foreign, 703. Ministerial banquet, 657.
docks opened, 644.
Bonwell, case of Rev. J., 402.

election petition, 688.
See also Ireland, and Riots.) Booksellers' Association, 226.

Britannia bridge, 163, 176, 192.
Belgium-

Boothby, Lady, at Haymarket, 117. British Bank failure, 317.
King and Queen visit England, 9. Borneo pirates, 165.

trial of Directors, 356, 363.
Romish clergy in, 333.
Borthwick, Peter, 53.

British Museum Reading-room, 331.
award in Brazilian dispute, 495. Botallack, accident at, 488.

British Portrait Gallery, 324.
death of King Leopold II., 572. Bouverie, E. P.-

Bronze coinage, 433.
Bellot, Lieutenant, drowned, 253. relief from holy orders, 467.

Brooke, Rajah, and Borneo pirates, 120.
Bennett, the Rev., the case of, 194, 678. on Act of Uniformity, 492, 523, 630. governor of Labuan, 129.
Bentinck, Lord George-

fellowship of colleges, 584, 592.

death of, 685.
Irish railways, 115.

on disorganization of Liberal party, Brougham, Lord-
West India grievances, 129.

664.

on slave trade, 5, 17.
resigns leadership of Protectionists, - Mill correspondence, 697.

death reported, 19.
129.
Boyd, Captain, drowned, 437.

French citizenship, 137.
death, 148.
Prauford poisonings, 373.

on Great Exhibition, 178, 187, 188.
Berkeley quarrel, 113.
Bradshaw's uisloyalty, 19.

attacks the Daily News, 188.
Berlin, disturbance in, 134, 135, 142, Braintree Church-rate case, 46, 173, affray with fishermen, 190.
151.

253

Principal of Edinburgh University,
declared in a state of siege, 157. Brand, Lieut., and C. Buxton, 601,

404
free, 165

618.

Penrith banquet, 544.
See also Prussia.)
Brand presentation, 671.

electoral corruption, 645.
Bernard, Dr. S., arrested, 354.
Brassey presentation, 201.

Cauvin case, 666.
trial, 361.
Bruzil

death of, 677
Berne bear-pit accident, 439.

dispute with, 446, 479.

Brown, Corporal, shot, 254.
Berryer, M., banquet to, 529.

awar!, 495,

Bruce, retirement of Sir J. K., 605.
Bethell, Sir R., on certain law lords, war with Paraguay, 525,

Brunel, accident, 57.
355.
march on Corrientes, 566.

Brussels, congress of workmen, 696.
at Wolverhampton, 402.

Humaita forced, 660.

Buccleuch, Duke of, un Corn-laws, 97.
Lord Chancellor Westbury), 448. ironclads attacked, 663.

dispute with Board of Works, 675.
Bankruptcy Bill, 451.

landing at Chaco, 678.

Buckingham, Duke of
with Lord Chelmsfor), Lopez's Amazons, 681.

resigns office, 42.
466.
Humaita evacuated, 687.

on Corn-laws, 98, 101.
judgment in Essays and Reviews engagement at Humaita, 639.

leaves England, 123.
case, 510.
Brentford inundation, 30.

estates sold. 140.
on Convocation, 523.
Brescia bombarded, 160.

Buckingham Palace, attempted entry,
Edmunds scandal, 543, 551.
Brevet, 40

15
Leeds Bankruptcy Court, 545, 552,
Brewster, Sir David, 403.

Buckland, Dr., at Drayton, 52.
555
Bribery commissions, 602, 607.

Budget in one bill, 444.
censured, 556.
Bribery judges, 694.

Budgets see Parliament).
resigns, 557
Bridewell broken into, 211.

Bull-fight at Madrid, 102.
withdraws from Scottish Law Com- Bridgewater canal bursts, 440.

Buonaparte, Jérôme, claim of, 437.
mission, 699.

Briggs, Thomas, murdered, 522. Buonaparte, Lucien, Cardinal, 669.
Bible Society Jubilee, 244.
Bright, John-

Burglaries
Bigamy trials, 104.

threatened, 60.

brave defence, 477.
Big Ben, Westminster, 344, 373, 402.

M.P. for Durham, 60.

Cornhill Dodd's , 465.
Birkenhead docks, 77, 117.
Irish address to, 171.

(Walker's), 538, 540, 541.
Birmingham,

Russian war, 282, 289, 701.

Frimley Grove, 190.
riots, 16, 632.
defeated at Manchester, 330.

Great Raveley, 214.
Aston park opened, 367.
elected for Birmingham, 341.

Haltwhistle, 661.
explosions, 402, 471.
address to new constituents, 373.

Portway, 213.
accident, 494.
new Reform scheme, 377.

South Wrexhall, Somerset, 41.
Banking Co. stop payment, 598. on strikes, 416.

Sutton Bonnington, 64.
Exchange opened, 536.
paper duties, 419.

Uckfield, 194
Reform mecting, 537.

Birmingham New Exchange, ad Burial Act, Metropolitan, 228.
Bismarck created a Count, 567.

dress, 536.

Burmese war, 224.
attempted assassination, 589.

Reform meeting, 537.

Burnes' Cabool letters, 441.
Blackfriars-bridge, 562.

ou Cobden, 547.

Burnley barracks, murder, 40.
Black Prince trial, 474

at Rochdale, 547, 573.

Burns festival, 74.
Blantyre, Lady, claim for damages, election address, 558.

centenary, 377.
506.
at Birmingham, 559.

Bute, Marquis of, received

into
Blondin at Niagara, 400.
"prophesying Brahmins," 573.

Church of Rome, 711.
at Crystal Palace, 446.

Russell interview, 576.

Butler, General, 445.
Blondin, female, killed, 499.

on Reform demonstrations, 598. Buxton on Subscription, 494.
Bloomer costurne, 205.

Dublin banquet, 609.

Byng, M.P., dinner, 23.

encounter

C.
Carlyle, T.-

Chelmsford, dismissal of Lord, 662,
on postal espionage, 72.

Cherbourg inaugurated, 370.
Carool captured, 17.

public schools, 145.

Cheyne, Rev. Mr., Aberdeen, 375,
disturbance in, 39.
Rector, 571,

388, 404.
massacre in the pass, 41.

rectorial address, 582.

Child murder, 104.
(See Affghan war.)

defends Governor Eyre, 602.

China-
Cadare destroyed, 691.
Caroline, seizure of, 4.

Lin's edict, 12.

return of merchants, 13, 14
Caffre war, 47, 123, 147, 195, 205, Carracas, revolution in, 129.
208, 220, 224, 244.
Carron Company frauds, 400.

attack on British frigates, 20.
Cagliari dispute, 335, 366.

Cartoons in Westminster Abbey, 60. Emperor's edict closing trade, a.
Cairns, Sir H., 618, 710.

Cassel occupied, 193 ; evacuated, 194. 22.
Lord Chancellor, 663.

“ Casual in Lambeth Workhouse, Lin's letter to the Queen, 22.
Calcutta-

573.

anti-opium meeting, 24
famine, 601.
Cattle plague, 330.

attempt on English shipping, 25.
cyclone, 649.
commencement, 555.

assault in Ningpo, 44.
(See also India.)
preventive measures, 563.

Canton in a state of siege, 26.
California, gold excitement, 141.

Privy Council order, 566.

capture of Tinghae, 27.
admitted a state, 188.
royal commission, 567.

Bogue forts reduced, 30.
Calvin tercentenary, 567.

report, 569.

Keshen's report, zo.
Cambridge, Duke of, 288.

number attacked, 569, 572, 575.

Hong Kong ceded, 31.
Cambridge University-

day of humiliation, 581.

Canton attacked, 33.
stewardship contest, 29.
in Ireland, 590.

arrival of Pottinger and Parkes, zá
Spinning House case, 114, 432. Cauty “receiver," 207.

Amoy taken, 37.
reforms, 150
Cavaignac in Paris, 139.

Chin-kiang-Foo taken, 49.
Union, Lord Houghton's address, Cavanagh, fasting man, 40.

treaty of peace, 51.
608, 609.
Cavour's retirement, 397.

thanks of Parliament, 55.
College dinners, 703.
resumes office, 407.

indemnity money, 55: 89.
heresy board, 345:
death of, 446.

Bogue forts destroyed, 117.
Duke of Devonshire chancellor, 470. (See also Sardinia and Italy.)

murder of British residents, 126.
Beresford Hope elected, 660. Cawnpore, massacre of, 337.

right of entry into Canton, :49.
Campbell (Lord), Sir J.-
Census, 1851, 201.

rebels, 199
entertained at Edinburgh, 19.
1861, 442.

rebellion, 289.
Lord Chief Justice, 176, 180.
Cephalonia, insurrection, 167.

affair of lorcha Arrn0, 318.
and Scott Murray, 223.

Chaillu's, M. de, discoveries, 445, 573. poisoned bread, 323;
Lord Chancellor, 394.

Chalmers, Rev. Dr., death of, 120. proceedings in Parliament, 323.
Campbell, Sir Colin-
Chamberlain, City, 248.

Canton captured, 350.
despatched to India, 337-

Chambers, W. and R., entertained, 36. Commissioner Yeh, 350.
arrives, 341.
Chambord manifesto, 225.

treaty of Tien-tsin, 368, 371.
joins Hope Grant, 345.
Chancery Court-

missions, 375,
relieves Lucknow, 347.
new regulations, 37.

affair of the Peiho, 394-
march to Futteghur, 351.
registrarship, 141.

Bruce's ultimatum, 412.
return to Lucknow, 360.
removed, 233.

Taku forts attacked, 424.
Mutiny suppressed, 376.
Channel squadron, 404, 420.

seizure of Parkes and others, 428.
arrives from India, 422.
Chapman, D. B., and the Cole frauds,

Pekin entered, 429-
Glasgow statue, 692.

convention signed, 434-

375.
death of, 500.

Charles et Georges, affair of, 348. thanks to army, 437.
Campbell, T., funeral, 73.

Charterhouse, Poor Brethren, 258. death of the Emperor Hien-fung. 453.
Canada
Chartist agitation, 9, 10.

Canton restored, 455.
rebellion, 4.
riots in Wales, 13.

Taeping attack on Shanghai, 465.
attack on St. Denis, 4.
Vincent arrested, 13.

Taeping rebellion suppressed, 524.
St. Eustache, 4.
petitions, 13, 16, 34, 45.

Burlingame embassy, 705.,
Caroline destroyed, 4.

National Convention, 14, 17, 18. Chisholm, Mrs., emigration scheme, 1go,
Sir F. Head resigns, 5.
Manchester demonstration, 14.

212, 255.
Earl of Durham, governor, 5.

Birmingham riots, 16.

Chloroform, discovery of, 125.
new ordinances, 7.
Newcastle riots, 16.

Chobham encampment, 249.
disallowed, 8.
the “sacred month," 16, 17.

Cholera, 254
retires, 9.

Lord John Russell's warning to in London, 149, 163, 136.
rebel proceedings, 10.

magistrates, 17.

in New Orleans, 154.
parliamentary report, 11.
march to churches, 17.

in Paris, 162.
Union, 13:
arrest of O'Connor, 18.

at Constantinople, 564.
Poulett Thomson governor, 19. Newport riot, 19, 20.

France, 567.
Sir C. Colborne, 19.
Leeds meeting, 31.

conference, 577
United Provinces, Lord Sydenham Norwich disturbance, 38.

mist, 600.
governor, 31.
Glasgow Convention, 42.

deaths from, 601.
clergy reserves, 196.
London demonstration, 45.

relief fund, 600, 605.
Ottawa, capital, 371.
Staleybridge riots, 49.

outbreak in Fife, 611.
troops despatched to, 461.
Manchester riots, 50.

in Albano, 639
Federal Union, 528.

seditious placards issued, 50. Church congresses-
Dominion of, 630.
White's letter, 50.

1863 Manchester.,
united parliament, 650.

Lord Abinger on public meetings, 1864 Bristol.
Candlish, Dr., and Lord Barcaple, 497. 52

1865 Norwich.
Canning, Viscount, 298, 354.

female Chartists, 52.

1866 York.
Oude proclamation, 357.
O'Connor's trial, 55.

1867 Wolverhampton.
Cannon-street terminus opened, 603. agitate in favour of Corn-laws, 100. 1868 Dublin.
Canrobert's resignation, 293.

Convention of 1848, 137, 140.

Church disturbance, 63.
Canterbury, Archbishop of -

Kennington-common demonstration, Church of England -
on Oxford Colleges, 667.

Tract XC. censured, 32.

137.
Cape colonists, 208.

renewed agitation, 137, 142.

Bishop of London on innovations,
Carden, John, 273, 373.
monster petition, 137.

52.
Cardigan and Paget correspondence, trials, 142, 147, 148.

endowment scheme, 57,
62.
Ashton riots, 146.

Archbishop of Canterbury's ad-
Cardigan squabbles, 28, 29.
Orange Tree conspiracy, i46.

dress, 79.
Sunday flogging, 32, 33.
O'Connor's motion, 164.

innovations, 2012
Cardross case, 451.

amnesty to rioters, 313.

Diocesan Synod, 206.
Cardross, Lady, 46.
Frost demonstration, 318.

extension, 207.
Carlisle, Richard, funeral, 55.

Chartres, marriage of Duc de, 494. Convocation, 207, 233.
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