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Studley, 162; trial of Walter Monre 1225]:drea iful defeat of the Pelerale at
for the murier of his wife at Colne, Fredericksburzh, 12:25); Mr. Jefra
his strange suicide after conviction, Davies elected President of the Confede
163; of Burke and others for the mte States; his inangaral adirea,
murler of a policeman at Ashton (2226); Tar Bill pas-e-I by the portal
under-Lyne, 168 ; of Robert Cooper Congress ; issue of paper money, 225 ;
for the murder of Ann Jane Barhain General Hunter's Order, abousting
at Isleworth, 184 ; of a party of poa h slavery declared null, (229); call for
ers for the murier of a gamekeeper at 60,000 fresh troops ; ferority with
Roydon Hall, 194 ; of Ferdinando which the war was carried on, :230) :
Petrina for terrible murders at sea, compensation to Suites that sbal
198 ; of Thomas Edwards for the mur. abolish slavery ; views of President
der of Isabella Tonge at Liverpool, Lincoln as to the objects of the struz,
200 ; of Robert Morgan for the murder 231 ; his plan for emixration of the
of Christopher Wickham at Bristol, blacks, (233); mesage of President
202.

Davies to the Confederate Congo,
Ciril Cases. - The Smetharst Case, (233); proposal by Prince for media-
probate of will of Miss Bankes, 73; tion; dewatches of M. Druaya de
the Delapré Abbey Estate, the Boustrie Luys and Earl Rosell on the sadje
family, 149.

[235; aldress of the State Govern-**
The ** Garotte" Terrorism." Numerous to President Lincoln, (239); sympit 10:9

savage assaults and robberies in the of a chance of feeling in the South,
metropolis during the summer and au (238) ; Prawidlent Lincoln's me to
tumn, trial and severe sentences on Const, (239)
soine of the ruffiang, 190.

Treaty between Her Majety ul the
United States. -Continuance of the United States of America for the depa

civil war ; difficulty of obtaining in pression of the African Slave Trade,
formation from the Confederate States; 207.
position of the armies at the com. State Paperi. ---Cortesia linee te
mencement of the year, (219"; Federal specting the civil war in North Amer's
successes in the West, (220); capture ria:relative to the closing at Claries
of New Orleans by the Federale ; lat. ton Harbour, 223; relative to te
tle of Pittsburgh Landing, (220) ; skil Declamtion of Paris as to Privatrink,
ful retreat of General Beauregard from 225; despatch relatire to the l'ha
Corinth, (221) ; exploits of the Con. clamation of Emancipitisti, 233, p.
federate irun-elad l'irginia in Hamp rondence relative to Meliatan, 24;
ton Roads, [221] ; the army of the with Mr. M18:D resporting rest
Potomae ; description of the theatre of of the Confederate Suates, 237.
war; the campaign in Virginia ; ad. Teletam announcing the resise of
dress of General McClellan to his Ma. Mama and Sl], ; the
army; transfers his force to York Pe affair of the Vishrille and the Tu.
ninsula, (223) ; successes of the Cone rom, at Southampton, 6.
federate at White Oaks and on the ['NIVERSITY HOXotis. - Oxiund, 2:5;
Chickahominy; the Federals retire to Cambridge, 288.
Harrison's Landin, (223]; irruption Weather, the “Of the winter quarte',
of “Stonewall" Ja kwn from the 62; of the spring quartet, 129;
Shenandosh Valley; W Dowell recalled the summer quarter, 173; of the
to the defence of Washington, (224); autumn quarter, 204; ste me 191
disastrons condition of Gene mlm Cici. wrveka in January, 18; in Fr!",
lan's army, which is withdrawn by 32 ; in Marib, 61; vinent that it
sea, (220); advance of General Pose; storns in May, 91; destrutive ste
he is driven to a dimostrvus rirat; in Wiltshire, in Septemi-t, 170 : :
invasion of Maryland by the Confede: storms by land and my is (t.
rates: after de*perate fichting they 1:2; p at turn in Dex IT, **
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rate States ; his inaugural sau
shton. [226]; Tas Bil passed by the ke.
Cooper

Congress ; issue of paper mage!
arham General Hunter's Order, alcista,
poach. slavery declared null, 1990); albo

60,000 fresh troops ; ferocity e
inando which the war was carried on

compensation to States that she

a bolish slavery; viens of Prais
гerpool, , Lincoln as to the objects of the rest
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231; his plan for emignts d'$
Bristol
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(238); President Lincoln's Basket
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Treaty between Her Majesty sal's
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207.

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225; despatch relatire to the B
clamation of Anarcipation

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with Mr. Mason respecting renyada
Teatre of of the Confederate Siste, 937.
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York Pe-

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