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series of resolutions ; his boas
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of Mr. Stanhope, (23): 34. Bak
Lord R. Cecil, M. W. Eine
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Parliament, continued.
votes. The subject of National Edu.
cation in Ireland brought forward by
the O'Connor Don ; answer of Sir
Robert Peel, [40].

The Civil War in North America ;-
Policy of the British Government; they
assert the principle of non-interference,
and deprecate discussion in Parliament
on the subject, [43). In the Lords,
the Earl of Carnarvon draws attention
to the detention of British subjects in
Perleral prisons, (43]; the Earl of
Malmesbury asks information relative
to the blockaded ports, (44); Earl
Stanhope refers to the reported ob.
struction of Charleston Harbour by
the “stone fleet,"' (45). In the Com-
mons, Mr. Bright censures the Govern.
ment in reference to the affair of the
Trent, [45]; Lord Palmerston's de.
fence, [46]. The subject of the block-
ale brought before both Houses ; in
the Commons, Mr. Gregory denounces
the blockade as illegal and moves for
papers, [46] ; speeches of Mr. Forster,
Sir J. Fergusson, Mr. M. Milnes;
careful speech of the Solicitor-General
on international law, (48); motion
negatived. In the Lords, Lord Camp-
bell moves for papers ; speech of Earl
Russell on behalf of the Government,
(49). Resolution moved by Mr. Hors.
fall in reference to international mari-
time law, [50]; important debate
thereon ; answer of the Attorney.
General; speeches of Mr. Liddell, Sir
G. Lewis, Mr. T. Baring, Mr. Lindsay,
and the Lord Advocate, (51); Sir S.
Northcote, Lord H. Vane, Mr. Buxton,
(52); Mr. Massey, Mr. Bentinck, Mr.
Bright, [33]; able speeches of the So-
licitor-General, Mr. Walpole, and Mr.
Disraeli ; motion withdrawn, (54].
Proclamatim of General Butler at
New Orleans-Attention drawn to this
document in both Houses, and is con-
demned on all sides, (55). The subject
of Mediation introduced by Mr. Lind.
say ; the House unwillingly entertains
the question, (56): important debate,
in which Mr. Taylor, Lord A. V.
Tempest, Mr. Forster, Mr. Whiteside,
Mr. Gregory, and Mr. S. Fitzgerald
take part ; Lord Palmerston asks that
discretion he confided to the Govern.
ment in the matter, (60). The Cotton
Supply-This subject one of deep
anxiety at this time ; Mr. J. B. Smith
draws attention to the obstacles to the
growth of cotton in India, (69); views


of Mr. Smollett, Mr. Turner ; reply of
Sir C. Wood, [61]; motion withdrawn.
Distress in the Manufacturing Dis.
tricts-Sympathy and alarm generally
felt ; the subject frequently referred to
in both Houses; statement of Mr. Vil-
liers, (62); Union Rate in Aid Bill
introduced by Mr. Villiers, who ex-
plains its provisions, [64] : debate on
the second reading ; Colonel Wilson
Patten proposes to give the power of
borrowing money in lieu of rating ;
views of Mr. Henley, Mr. Cobden, Mr.
Bouverie ; Mr. Villiers' reply, [65] ;
the bill extensively modified in com-
mittee ; Government consent to insert
a power of borrowing where the rates
reach 38. in the pound, (67); the bill
passes the Lords after a brief debate,

Pinance :- Mr. H. B. Sheridan pro.
poses a bill to reduce the duty on fire
insurances ; is opposed by the Chancel.
lor of the Exchequer and Lord Palmer-
ston ; motion carried by a majority of
11, but bill not proceeded with, [71].
The Chancellor of the Exchequer makes
his financial statement on April 3 ; pro-
poses modification of the wine duties,
and to commute the hop duties into a
licence on brewing, (72); Mr. Disraeli
enters into the full question of the na.
tional finance, denounces Mr. Glad-
stone's plans as unsound and fallacious,
[75] ; Mr. Gladstone's defence, (76);
Sir Stafford Northcote's elaborate criti.
cism of the Builget, [77] ; discussion
on the licence duties on brewing; Mr.
Bass, Sir John Trollope, and other
members object ; Mr. Gladstone aban-
dons the licence on private brewing,
(77); a general debate on the financial
policy of the Government takes place on
the second reading of the Inland Reve-
nue Bill; Sir 8. Northcote attacks that
policy, and expressez distrust of their
calculations, [78]; the Chancellor of
the Exchequer enters fully upon the
defence of his measures, (79); Mr.
Disraeli attacks the financial and foreign
policy of the ministry, which are vin-
dicated with spirit by Lord Palmerston,
(80) ; on the third reading, Mr. Dis.
raeli again attacks the Government
policy, '81); he is answered by Lori
Palmerston, (82); remarks of Mr.
Lindsay, Sir H. Willoughby, and other
members, [83). The financial policy of
Government encounters much hostility
in the Lords ; Earl Granville moves the


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again brings in his bil ia bera

abolition, [31]; Mr.
ress is

resolution as an anesteze, :
after long debate, in his

Lewis, Mr. Bright, Sir J.PL
ite in Mr. Disraeli, and others like a

the House divides 6 LOS
cond reading-dres

, 286; A.
majority against the begin., 1; } }
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by majority of 17 31 : Wo
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moves a substantive raudtee
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ment of Mr. Hercate ; rats
cation amendment withůrua,

Newdegate's bill for me

rates into a rent charge 33.

Relief Bill: Mr. Bourer: 7
F]; is

a bill for relierinz pera ?
orders, (35); after debate, these
referred to a Select Comment, I

it is much altered, and some
yttel [37]. Bill introduced by la:

in the Lords, for amendis ?
L'niformity; after speredes
Bishop of London, Bart of ***
bury, Earl Russell, and Boden
ford, bill withdrawa

, 37. }

Milnes re-introduces the patte: -
marriage with a deceased
bill supported by Mr. Cle
posed by Loni R. Cecil ani del
pole ; on division, the stand**
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Army and Vary Fortifications ;-

Parliament - continued.

second reading of the bill on the 30th in especial relation to the defrooe of
May; it is supported by the Dukes of Portsmouth, mooted by Si P Smith;
Newcastle and Argyll and Earl Russell, statement of Sir 6. Lewis, (102). TLA
and opposed by the Earl of Carnarvon, matter fully discussed on the subjectif
Earl Grey, Lord Overstone, and the raising the loan--motion and slnech of
Earl of Derby, (85). The bill is passed. Sir G. Lewis, (103); animated attack
The Income Tur-Mr. Hubbard moves of Mr. B. Osborne, who opposes the
a resolution having reference to fixed scheme as inetiectual and extravagant,
and precarious incomes, and is sup and moves an amen lment, (104); atler
ported by Mr. Crawford ; the Chancel a long and spirited debate, Mr. (starte
lor of the Exchequer oppones the scheme withdraws his amendment, and the re
as incongruous and impracticable ; no solution is agreed to, (10%). The bill
tion negatived by 99 to 62, [87). founded thereon encounten much oppo
Reduction of Public Expenditure-Mr. sition : amendment of Mr. Lindsay,
Stansfeld gives notice of motion atfirm who raises the question of the compara-
ing its practicability, (88); several tive strength of the English and freach
members give notice of amendments; navies ; speeches of Loru C. Panet, Mr.
Lord Palmerston treats Mr. Walpole's Colien (who charges Lord Palme tato
proposed amendment as raising the with having overstated the preparatsong
question of want of confidence in the of France), Sir J. Pakington, Lord
Ministry, challenges the issue, and gives Palmerston; motion withinwn, le
notice of an amendment, (89); Mr. opposition renewed by a notion of Mi.
Stansfeld moves his resolution, which, B. Osborne, that the sum be relied
after a long debate, is negatived by 367 from 1,200,0001. to 800,000!., (11%
to 65, (59); Mr. Walpole disclaims Speeches of Mr. H. A. Bruce, sir U.
hostility to the Ministers, and abandons Lewis, Lord Palmerstan, Mr. Cinjen,
his amendment ; sarcastic remarks of the Chan eilor of Exchequer, ar!
Mfr. Osborne and Jir. Disraeli, who others; amendment negative by 1:0
recommends the House to pass Lord to 62. Aiter fartber discusion, l.ll
Palmerston's amendment, which is ac. passed by the Cotumons. Biil mered
cordingly adopted, (93). A “Com in the Lords by Earl de Grey and
mittee of Public Accounts" appointed, Ripon ; the Earl of Eleatorouzh ex.

presses mingivings as to the state of car

armaments, 112] The Duke of so
The Army Estimates, moved by Sir G. merset and the Duke of Cambrice
Lewis, who gives a full statement of assert the eticiency of the army ani
the condition of our land force, (95); navy; speeches of Earl Grey, Eari Bile
various amendments are rejected, and sell; the bill is jaseed, 1114.
the Estimates passed. Report of the C'donial and Foreign A 11.3; -- Bea
Commission on Military Commissiops, port of ('ofunniskor oa Cuba Mistary
brought before the House by Sir De L. Expenditure ; Mr. A. Milena ves a
Evans, who moves a resolution thereon, resolution atři riding the ubungaling of
(96) ; after speeches from sir G. Lewis, self-governing colonies to prüvide for
General Peel, Lord Stanley, and Lord their own defence; the Gresik-E!
Palmerston, motion negativel.

The Akkent to the proposition with the
Naval Estimates are mored by Lord modifications, (116). Mr.
Clarence Paget, and cause protracted

calls attention to the duty of Cana is to
discussions ; omervations reperting provide for her own dia (117;
ir in and women shijes of Mr. Lindsay, remarks of Mr. A. Nil ag i Mr K
Mr. Baxter, 97). The Estimates are Iurk; statement of sur 6. Levis u to
passed with little alteration. The actions the intentions of the Gur;
of the Merrimac and Monitor produce bebes of Mr. T. Banina, kad lips,
a lively sensation, and lead to rated Mr. Disraeli, land l'almleri, 113,
discussions on the subject of iron plated The Earl of Cantant un enten siistad
shopin, 99] Interemting statement of into thr 40-6.16 of Clinin Eisri li
the Duke of Someret rrje t'ns the
plans of the (overnment, '99' Capriain

turs; otarvatage of the Duke et des

Cast'e, Karl of El ax goral,
Cole' cupola ships, (99) Suite ide at
of Earl de Girry ati Ripa with nier.

Wir love, Lord Lyrecen, disi tb.,

ence to fortifications, (101); the subject

Foreign Afunt,- The Earl of Car.

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Portsmouth, mooted by Sir 7. feat.
statement of Sir G. Lewis (108) :
matter fully discussed on the subject et

raising the loan-motion and speed :
assed. Sir G. Lewis, [108); animated sites

of Mr. B. Osborne, who opposes 2
scheme as ineffectual and extrangut
and moves an amendment

, 104,
bancel. a long and spirited debate, Mr. Charme
scheme withdraws his amendment, and the
e; mo-
solution is agreed to

, [108) DEL

founded thercon encounters DCI
MeMr. sition : amendment of Mr. 115
I affirm. who raises the question of the senten

tive strength of the English and frie

navies; speeches of Lord C. hast
i alpole's Cobden (who charges Lori Pulizer:
ing the with having overstated the properties
e in the
of France), Sir J. Pakington

Palmerston; motion withdnn,!

opposition renewed by a numb

B. Osborne, that the sun bers:
d by 367 from 1,200,0001

. to 800, tid.
disclaims Speeches of Mr. H. A. Bruce ::
abandons Lewis

, Lord Palmerston, Mr. Com
marks of the Chancellor of Excbepaar
eli, who others; amendment negatited
88 Lord

to 62. After further dient :

ind gives

)); Mr.


narvon brings forward the state of
Poland, and the conduct of Russia
towards that country : answer of Earl
Russell, [120]. The Kingdom of Italy:
state of opinion in England on Italian
affairs; the Marquis of Normanby
strongly opposed to the new régime;
charges the King's Government with
tyrannical and unconstitutional conduct,
(121); Earl Russel vindicates the
King's policy, (122] ; Earl of Malmes-
bury deiends the Italian policy of Earl
Derby's administration ; Lord Wode-
house denies the correctness of the
Marquis of Normanby's statements,
[123]; the Marquis of Normanby
again brings forward charges against
the King's Government ; which is de.
fended by Earls Russell, Ellen borough,
and Harrow by, and Lord Brougham,
(123). In the Commons Sir George
Bowyer makes a vehement attack on
the Italian policy of (tovernment, [124];
is answered by Mr. Layard, (125). Mr.
Hennessy defends the Papal Govern-
ment. Mr. Gladstone confutes Sir G.
Bowyer's arguments, (126); interesting
debate thereon. Operations in China:
Earl Grey draws attention to the em-
ployment of a British force against the
rebels; policy of Government vindicated
by Duke of Somerset, Lord Stratford de
Redcliffe, Earl Russell, (128). In the
Commons, Mr. White raises the same
objection, and moves resolution ; Mr.
Cobden censures the ministerial policy;
which is defended by Lord Palmerston
and Mr. Layard, (129): resolution
negatived by 197 to 88. Mexico :
joint expedition of France and England
-Lord Robert Montazu impugns the
policy of Ministers in this interference;
answered by Mr. Layard, [130]. In
dian Finance: Sir C. Wood makes the
annual statement ; differences between
Sir C. Wood and Mr. Laing, late Finance
Minister at Calcutta, [131]; remarks
of Mr. H. Seymour, Mr. Smollett, Mr.
Crawford, Mr. Kinnaird, [133]. The
Slave Trade: treaty between Great
Britain and the l'nited States for its
suppression, presented by Earl Rus.
sell; congratulatory remarks of Lord
Brougham and other Peors, (133).

Miscellaneous Measures; -- Marriage
of H.R. H. the Princess Alice ; pro-
posed provision unanimously agreed to
(136); scherne for erecting new law
courts near Lincoln's Inn, (136); Conn-

Parliament --Continued.

petitive Examinations for the Civil
Service, resolution offered by Mr. Hen-
nessy ; interesting debate thereon, [137];
bill for amending the law of highways,
introduced by Sir G. Grey, and after
much discussion agreed to, [138); trans-
fer of land and security of purchasers;
a series of bills introduced by the Lord
Chancellor, and other bills on the same
subject by Lord Cranworth, Lord St.
Leonards, and Lord Chelmsford, (140);
after repeated discussion the bills are
referred to a Select Committee, the
Lord Chancellor's bills, much altered,
pass the Lords and are introduced in
the House of Commons by the Solicitor-
General, his speech on moving the
second reading of the Land Transfer
Bill, [142] ; speeches of Sir H. Cairns,
Sir F. Kelly, Mr. Malins, and the
Attorney-General, [143] ; Sir H. Cairns
proposes to refer the bills to a Select
Committee, motion negatived, the bills
pass and become laws, [144]; the Lord
Chancellor introduces a bill to simplify
proceedings in Lunacy, (144); bill in.
troduced by Lord Berners for prevent-
ing night poaching meets with great
opposition, [144]; the bill is withdrawn
and another introduced which passes
the Lorils, but in the Commons is
opposed by the Government and the
Liberal Members, [145); Sir B. Leigh-
ton takes charge of the bill, which re-
ceives the support of the Conservative
Members; after long and animated dis.
cussions in Committee, the bill, with
many alterations is passed, [146] ;
Embankment of the Thames, Mr.
Cowper introduces a bill for embanking
the North Side, [146]; it is referred
to a Select Committee, which recom-
mends an important alteration in the
scheme; the report much canvassed, as
having too much referred to private in-
terests, (147); long and angry dis-
cussions; the bill is, in the end, re-
stored to its original shape by a division
of 149 to 109, [149] ; in the Lords the
Duke of Buccleugh vindicates his con-
duct in reference to the scheme, Earl
Granville and other Peers acquit the
Duke of all imputation; the bill is
passed. At the close of the Session,
Mr. Cobden offers observations on the
administration of affairs by Lord Pal.
merston, is answered by Lord Palmer-
ston, speeches by Mr. Disraeli, Mr.
Lindsay, and others, [149] ; Parliament

ch is ac.


tions ;


- Lewis,
d Lord

passed by the Commons

in the Lords by Earl de set

Ripon ; the Bar of Ellenberat a
presses misgivings as to the state se

armaments, (112) The Dako as
"y Sir G. merset and the Duke of Cambre
ment of assert the efficieney of the stu!,
, [95);

navy; speeches of Earl Grer, far la
ted, and sell; the bill is passed

, (111)
of the

Colonial and Poreign Afars --

port of Commission on Coloniu Learn
ir De L.

Expenditure ; Mr. A. Milsa
resolution affirming the obljett

self-governing colonies to povrate is

assent to the proposition with us
y Lord

modifications, (116). Mr. Adack

calls attention to the duty of Cases

provide for her own defenes 15*

remarks of Mr. A. Mills and M. Br
ces are

buck; statement of Sir G. Lenie do

the intentions of the Governst

speeches of Mr. T. Baring, Land Bang
Mr. Disraeli
, Lord Palmerstra

, (128

The Earl of Carnarvon enters the
ent of

into the question of Colonial Epal
ng the

castle, Earl of Ellen boronel Led
ement Wodehouse

, Lord Lyveden

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ture; observations of the Duke o


Poreign Afain-The Bardo


Parliament -- continued.

Public Documents-contuned.
prorogued by Commission on the 7th tropolis, and table of Meterimlo T, 27.*;
August, Speech of the Lords Commis. revised returns of Census of 1861,9");
sioners, [152].

Colonial Census, 1860-1, 233; l'nivet,
PARLIAMENT. --New members returned to sity lionours-Axford, 285; Camleiden,
Parliament during the year, 420.

Peabody, Mr. George. - His munificent Q'YES AND Royal FAMILY. - The Prince

gift of 150,0001. to the metropolia, 40. of Wales' tour in the East, 105; mar.
PORTUGAL-Dom Luis I. proclaimed King risze of H.R. H. the Prins Albani

of Portugal; his speech to the Cham Prince Louis of Hisse, 134; removal
bers, 203).

of the remains of II R. II, the Prince
PION TIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. - Civil Consort to the pausoleum at Frumherr,

Service, 425; Ecclesiastical Preferments, 201 ; A MEMOIR Of II. R. H. the Paix
434 ; Collegiate and Scholastic Appoint CossoRT, 482
mants, 437.

Racing Meeting. -Epvom, 102; A4,
Prussia.-Opening of the Session of the

Prussian Chambers, Royal speech, Railway Accidents. Varinus accidents-
(205) ; question of the Constitution of on the Portarlown, Danzantit, si
Hesse Cassel, (207); dissolution of the Armagh Line ; on the North-W: 4-
Chambers, change of Ministry, (207); ern,

near Wolverton; on the S.
the military Budget, (205); Meeting tish North-Eastern, Brichin bruh, co
of the new Chambers, speech of the the Maryport and Whitehusen; on the
President of the Council of Ministers, South-Eastern, Dear Graveseni, 56;
209) ; reply of the King to an address near the Lydney Station of the oth
from the Chamber of Deputies, (210); Wales Railway, 67; at the Marta
change in the Cabinet, adverse vote of Station of the North British Rukay,
the Chambers on the military Budget, 82 ; on the London, Chathun, 101
(211); collisions between the two Dover Line, neu Ospringe, and in the
Houses, dissolution of the Chambers, Chathain-bill Tunnel, 9.2; drevials..
Royal in sige, [2131.

cilent on the Midland Rain yst
PRINCE CONSORT, THE, A MEMOIR 0), 482. Market Harborough, 152; on the E 11
PUBLIC DO TUENTS:--Trenliea. Treatv burgh and Glamow Rails ir, near

bitwe n Hr Majesty and the United Winchburg (15 persone kal), 177;
States of America for the suppression numerous railway accid ots during the
of the African Slave Trade, 207 ; f'linmer and antun.n, 119; fails
Convention between Her Majesty an! railway viaduct at Hammersmith 1*. I
th. Einperor of the French relative to men kille lı, 185; fatal errosh ruf a
Joint-Stock Companies, 214 ; Conven. locomotive of the linat Western Brl.
tion between Her Majesty and the King

way, isa.
of Denmark for the Mutual Surrender Shak-peare. - Sale of domments, with
of Criminals, 215; Treaty of Com hix signature, 45.
merce between Her Majesty and the SHERIFY of Li.zland art Wais, asi
King of the Belgiank, 217.

Irelanel, for the year 1:02. 222.
State Papers.--correspondence re Shipwrecks and Dixsters at a
spurting the Civil Warin North America, “Work Return of the Partof Tr. fe
relative to the closing of Charleston for 1861, 3; loss of IL M'ship (*
Harbour, 223; relative to the Declara.

queror, 101 guns, 17; sturs !
tion of Paris es to privateerinz, 225; works in January ; the ...', Aire
dispatch relative to the Proclamation

guro R., Crisis, (usein"., I'; **
of Emancipating, 233; erre «ponderce

gular reverry ni a dereine slip the
relative to Motion, 234 ; with Mr. Sliml, 22 ; storus and . 12
Mawin repeving the recognition of the February, 32; in Marib, 61 ;
Confiderate states, 237.

of the Ürean vivah of aware of
Table of Natutes, 25 and 26 lit., 60 mer hantien, luben .th TID,
243: Fininer A.'yint fort!, yearl-02,

the at, the Site, forel!:.
259 ; prices of Stak, 277; un

shell, ani nutes.theps in the v
priest of Britiba Com, Har, Sto Sa, 61: of tbe Wire ,ne! Bar 48
(lover, and Barbur Mint, 273 ; -71*11-

More150 litani, stb boven
Inary of Births, D. aths, and Marriage
in Englani ani Wales and in the de. James Palhus youn, Limos,


Public Documento-coutim
7th tropolis, and table of Matrimoine

revised returns of Census of
Colonial Census, 1860-1, 53. (rs
sity Honours-tor, 285; Opinion

cent Qrxes and Roral FAMILT.-

of Wales' tour in the Est, 18:

riage of H. R. H. the Pringle

Prince Louis of Hæ, 134:23

of the remains of HRH Porto

Consort to the musiek
ients, 201 ; A VEMOIR Of H. RH.

Coxsort, 482

Racing Meetings. --Emm, 10:13
of the 113.
peech, Railway Accidents

. — Luneta beste
ion of

on the Portadown, Duma:
of the

tish North-Eastern, Diskuze
of the
210); Fales Railway, 67; at ***

Arinagh Line ; on the pipe
ern, near Wolrert o : EL

the Maryport and Bike:
South-Eastern, Dear Games
near the Lydney Siatrie 1


rote of

Station of the North Dakshi

82 ; on the Lindən, Ches
e two Dover Line, near spiring, 2:-
mbers, Chatham-hill Tunnel

, a to
cident on the Middle

Market Harborough, 198; cal:

burgh and Glagos Bains

Winchburg (15 persons &

numerous railway accidesa dana

summer and antoma, 17.
ty and

railway viaduct at Hamming
ive to

men killed), 185: fatale

locomotive of the Great Western

Shipwreck – continued.

s., Flying Vist, Campbell, 132: de.
struction of valuable ships by fire, the
Inutian Empire, Southern Cross, Lord
Royston, Hindoo; destruction by fire
of the steamship Golden Gate (upwards
of 200 lives lost), 154; sinking of the
iron ship (rungjes in the Thames, 163;
during a storm in October, the Robert
and Margaret, Arlilison Potter, Si.
Louis, Benevolen, Hamboury, Bunde
boldt, 182; of the Colombo, East In-
dian mail steamer, 188; foundering of
the steamer Lifespard during a storm

in December, 202.
State PAPERS. — T.eaties. Treaty lie.

tween Her Majesty and the Unitul
States of America for the suppression
of the African slave trade, 207 ; con.
vention between Her Majesty and the
Emperor of the French relative to joint-
stock companies, 214 ; convention be.
tween Her Majesty and the King of
Denmark for the mutual surrender of
criminals, 215 ; treaty of commerce
between Her Majesty and the King of
the Belgians, 217.

Mate Papers.- Correspondence re-
xpecting the civil war in North America:
rilative to the closing of Charleston
Harbour, 223; relative to the Declara.
tion of Paris as to privateering, 225;
de gatsh relative to the Proclamation
of Emancipation, 233 ; correspondence
relative to Mediation, 234; with Mr.
Mason respecting recognition of the

Confetlerate States, 237.
STATUTES, Table of, 25 & 26 Viet., 243.
STOKS, PRICES OF, in each month in

1862, highest and lowest, 277.
TREATIES. -- Treaty between Her Majesty

and the l'nited States of America for
the suppression of the African slave
trade, 207 ; convention between Her
Majesty and the Emperor of the French
relative to joint-stock companies, 214 ;
convention between Her Majesty and
the King of Denmark for the mutual
surrender of criminals, 215 ; treaty
of commerce between Her Majesty and

the King of the Belgians, 217.
TRIALS AND Law Cases. - Criminal

trials. -- The City murder, trial of
Samuel Gardner for the murder of his
wife, 440 ; the Glasgow munier-trial
of Jessie McLachlan for the murder of
Jessie McPherson, 415 ; Catherine Wil.
son, the poisoner, the trial, conviction,
and execution, 453.

Ciril 138.—The Roupell Forgeries
-Roupell and Others r. Wait; trial

Trials and Law Cazes-continued.

and conviction of William Roupell,
462; the Windham case -- Inquiry
into the snity of Mr. William Frede.
rick Windham, of Felbrigg Hall, 472.

Trials and Law Cases Criminal
cuses. Singular Bank-note forgery,
5; trial of Rebecca Law, for murder
of her husband and child, at Cla-
vering, 8; of William Charlton, for
the murder of Jane Emmerson, at
Durran-hill, 24 ; of the Robinsons and
Earl for the murder of a water-watcher
at Brock lewath, 27 ; the Threepwood
conspiracy, trial of John Dodi and
others for conspiracy against Mr. Be.
wicke, 29; of John Gould for the murder
of his child at Windsor, 31 ; shocking
cruelty to a chill, 32 ; of John Hall, for
the murder of Stephen Moulder, a game-
keeper at Ditchley, 33; of llenry
Quail and others for the murler of
John Wincott, at Marylebone, 34 ; of
Patrick Devereux for stabbing a lodging.
house keeper in the Ratcliff Highway,
dreadful scene in court, 37; great
jewel robbery in Cornhill, 38; of
Ishmael Jones for the murder of his
wife at Llanfair, 42; the Bilston
Savings Bank frauds, trial of the Rev.
II S. Fletcher, 43; tride outrages at
Sheffield, 45; the Anglesea inurder,
trial of Richard Rowland for the
murder of Richarl Williams, 50; of
Richard Thorley for the murder of
Elizabeth Morrow at Derby, 51 ; nu-
merous trials for murder of sweet.
hearts at Launceston, Brighton, King.
ston, and Hendon, 52, 53; the Chi-
chester murder - trial of Cleary, a sol-
dier, for the murder of Houghton,
54 ; the Everley murder, trial of John
Stocker for the murler of Ann Hill,
56 ; execution of Mary Reid for the
murder of Ann Hannah at Dumfries,
75; the Manchester tragedy, trial of
W. R. Taylor and his wife for the
murder of Mr. Mellon, death of their
three children, 93; the Ludgate-hill
tragedy, trial of Mrs. Vyse for the
murder of her two children, 96 ; trial
of Charles Tallbrook, for assaulting and
{utting his grandmother, superstition
in the nineteenth century, 113; of G.
J. Gilbert for the murder of Miss Hall
at Forslingbridge, 147 ; of John Flood
for the murder of John O'Dea, another
soldier at Brighton, 159; of John
Doidge for the murder of Roger Drew,
at Launceston, 161 ; of George Gariner
for the unler of Sarah Kirby at


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