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Mackenzie, mr. C. K. 372 ; Mackenzie,
rt. rev. bp. 372 ; Stewart-Mackenzie,
hon. mrs. 400 ; Maclean, col. 374 ;
Macleod, rev. dr. 374 ; McNab, hon.
sir A. N. 374 ; M William, dr. 375 ;
Mainwaring, adm. 376 ; Majendie,
rev. H. L. 376 ; Makdougall, miss E.
376 ; Malcolm, mr. G. W. 376 ; Man.
ley, mr. W. C. 376 ; Manson, mr. W.
P. 376 ; Marsh, mrs. M. 376; Marsh,
rev. E. G. 376 ; Marshall, sir C. 376 ;
Marshall, capt. 376 ; Martin, mrs. F.
370 ; Massey, maj. J. 376 ; Massy,
maj. G. 376; Masterman, mr. J. 376 ;
Maturin, rev. C. H. 376 ; Maunsell,
mr. W. T. 376 ; Meek, Ir. J. 377;
Mellish, mrs. 377 ; Metcalfe, rev. J.
377 ; Methuen, mr. J. 377 ; Middle.
ton, maj. 377 ; Millais, mrs. J. A.
377 ; Milligan, mr. R. 377 ; Mills, mr.
J. 377; Mills, mnr. T. 377; Milne,
dow, lady, 377; Milner, lady, 377 ;
Molesworth, rev. sir H. H. 377 ; Mon-
ron, lord, 378 ; Montagu, rev. H. 378;
de Montcalm-Goyon, lieut. gen. 378 ;
Montetiore, lady, 378; Moore, lieut.-
gen. sir W. G. 378 ; Moreton, bon.
A. H. M. 379 ; Morgan, mr. M. 379;
Morgan, adm. 379 ; Morle, capt. 379;
Morlot, cardinal, 379; Moseley, mr. J.
380 ; Muncaster, lor), 380 ; Murphy,
mr. P. M. 330; Murray, rev. J. 380 ;
Murray, hon. D. H. 380 ; Murray,
hon. G. 330.

Nelson, mr, W.380 ; von Nesselrode,
count, 381 ; Newell, adm. J. 383;
Newland, dean, 381 ; Newton, mr. J.
392 ; Newton, mr. W. 383 ; Newton,
mr. W. 383 ; Nicholson, major C. J.
383; Nicolls, maj. R. 0. T. 383 ;
Norcliffe, maj. -gen. 383 ; Norman, mr.
E. 383; Norman, mrs. S. B. 383 ;
Nugent, dow. lady, 383 ; Nugent,
field-marshal count, 383.

Oakes, lieut. col. 384 ; O'Brien, sir
T. 384 ; Ockham, visct. (lord Went.
worth) 412 ; O'Curry, prof. 385 ; Otur,
mr. R. W. 0. 386; Ouwley, mis A. P.
356 ; Owen, mr. T. E. 386.

Paget, mr. T. 386 ; Palliser, col. W.
386 ; Palmer, mrs. M. A. 356 ; Par.
doe, miss J. 3.36 ; Paris, arch bp. of,
379; Parker, lieut. 3:6; Pasquier,
duc, 386 ; Peare, mr. R. 389 ; Pear.
son, mr. C. 389 ; Pearson, mr. M.
3.0; Peller, col. 390 ; Pembroke and
Montgomery, earl of, 378 ; Pennington,
mr. J. 380 ; Penny, mr. R. 392 ; Pen-
Pose", rev. T. T. 392 ; Pepper, Lly G.
392 ; Phillipps, mr. C. M. 376 ; Phil.

Deaths-continued.

lipps, rt, hon. S. M. 392 ; Phippe, rev.
B. 392 ; Pidcock, mr. H. 392 ; Piers,
laily, 392; Pinkney, maj. 392 ; Plare,
marq. de la, 392 ; Plati, hon, sir. T. J.
392 ; Platt, mr. &. 392 ; Power, mr. D.
398 ; Proby, miss W. S. 392 ; Prukt,
alm. 392.

Radcliff, mr. J. (). 392; Rul.
cliffe, rev. G. 393 ; Rattray, admn 393;
Rea, maj..gen. 393; Redington, ur.
T. N. 393 ; Reel; rev. dr. A. 3,3 ;
Reid, maj.-gen. 394; Repton, rev. (i.
II. 394 ; Repton, laly B. 394 ; Ri-
canio, mr. J. L. 394 ; Rice, very rev.
dean, 394; Rihantuin, inaj. 334;
Ricbarison, mr. J. 396; Richintaer ile
mr. La gh, 394 ; Ricketts, mr. M. 394;
Riddle, mr. J. 394 ; Rijnway, mnr. J.
L. 394 ; Ritchie, hon. W. 394 ; Rivera
cap. C. 396 ; Robertsin, brig. 3.5;
Robins, rev. S. 395; Robinson, mr. C.
F. 395 ; Rolleston, col L. 335; Report
Curzon, hon. E. H. 395; Rise, aim
sir J. C. 395; Row latt, rer. W. H
395 ; Ryder, hon. mrs. 8. 396 ; Rens
mnr. J. 398.

Sandwich, dow. entes, of, 396 ; Saun-
ders, mis. C. 396 ; Sawyer, ta is L
396 ; Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, dihar
of, 396 ; Scott, mis. 8. 396; Sale,
dow. lady, 396 ; Swell, gen. s. ll.
390 ; Sewell, maj. gen. 398 ; &*
rev. mr. P. H. 396 ; Seni ur, all
397 ; Seymour, mins, 397 Shuth,
It. -col. 397 ; Shetheid, sir R. 387;
Shepheni, capt. 397 ; Sherlara, buil,
398; Sheridan, vice-aulin. 398 ; Sbar
man, rev. J. 393; Slin. lorg, miss å.
P. 398; Simme, mr. J. 328; Sinate.
ton, hun. mn. C. 395; Sewell, sir
R. 399; Skene, mine J. 39; Si-
with, Laiy,3y8; Saney, mr. L. A. S.
Slesser, prof. 395 ; Saith, rir J. J.
398 ; Smith, capt. 393; Emith, emr
J. G. 8. 399 ; Slumben, mr. A. 297.
Somenet, miss ('. M. C. 399; Burner
px, gen. sir H. 399 ; Sittal, iste,
400 ; Stati ri, diw. bly, 400, Stani.
ish, mr. S. 400 ; Stan je, k 1. sir
F. C. 400; Sunty, mrr fuu:
Stanley, mr. E. 400 ; suis rapt.
sir W. 400; Stewart, art & 418,
Stewart, rev. A. 400; les llei.
400; Stonehoese, per. ant in WB
400 ; Stirl, col. 401 ; nas,
turs. B. H. 401; Struzitin, T
A. 401 ; St. urtua, ba ly, 401; Strass.
la ly, 401; strangwayne, mr. RS
401; Strinle, sir B. (401; Strade,
Taip, 401; Nuut, lvly g. 401 : Na

R. 398 ; Skene, mira I.

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CENTENARIANS.

Deaths-continued.
lipps, rt, bon. S. II

. 392; Phipps

,
B. 392 ; Pideack, mr. H. Sy het
lady, 392 ; Pinkney, maj. 392; far
marq. de la, 392 ; Platt, hin 2!:
392 ; Platt, mr. d. 392 ; Powel
398 ; Proby, mis W. 6. SS?; Pe
adm. 392.
Radcliti

, mr. 1. 0. 399:
cliffe, rev. G. 393; Rattrap, sde $
Rea, maj..gen. 393; Erine
T. N. 393; Reed; rer. dr. d.
Reid, maj. gen. 394: Retia

, E
H. 394 ; Repton, kdy 344: I
cardo, mr. J. I. 394 ; Rice, reyns
dean, 394; Richak, ang
Richardson, mr. I. 399; RUDI
mr. Legh, 394 ; Ricketts2 X, ay
Riddle, mr. J. 394 ; R: 3, ":
L. 394 ; Ritchie, bon. W.884, 2.me
cap. C. 396 ; Robertas, kai
Robins, rer. S. 395; Rii
F. 395; Rolleston, col

. 1.6.0
Curzon, hon. E. H. 395; 1. Es
sir J. C. 395; Rowatt

, mer. T:
395; Ryder, hon, mis. 3 $0:3

mr, J. 396.

Sandwichi, dor, ente 33
ders, mrs. C. 396 ; &nyel,
396 ; Saxe-Coburg and other
of, 396 ; Scott, mis S. Svo 13
dow. lady, 396 ; Sr., 21.23
396 ; Sewell

, maj. -2en. 39X
rev, mr. F. H. 396; Crne
397; Seymour, miss,
It.-col. 397; Sherfield, so I *
Shepherd, capt. 397; Sberben
398; Sheridan, vice-sim. to ou
man, rev. J. 398 ; Shukle, ESS
P. 398; Simms, dr. J.
ton, hon. mrs. C. 995; SRX

Deaths-continued.

livan, adm. sir c. 401; Sumner, rt.
rev. dr. archbp. of Canterbury, 838 ;
Sutherland, It.-gen. 401.

Taatse, mr. J. 401; Talfourd, mr.
F. 401 ; Tandy, mr. E. 402 ; Taylor,
lieut. -gen. 402 ; Tennant, capt. 402 ;
Thistlethwayte, mrs. 402; Thomas,
mr. J. 402 ; Thomson, mrs. K. 402 ;
Thornely, mr. T. 403 ; Thorpe, ven.
archd. 403 ; Throckmorton, sir R. G.
403 ; Tice, dr. T. C. G. 403 ; Tieney,
rev. canon, 404 ; Tombleson, mr. J.
404 ; Tower, mr. H. 404 ; Torpichen,
lord, 404; Townley, rev. W. G. 404 ;
Traill, prof. 404 ; Trehy, mr. P. ().
405 ; Trollope, mrs. F. 405 ; Tuffnell,
lady A. 405; Tulloch, lieut. -gen. 405 ;
Turner, mr. J. 405 ; Twistleton, hon.
mrs. E. 405 ; Tyler, ex-president, 405;
Tyler, adm. sir G. 406; Tytler, mr. J.
406; mrs. M. F. 406.

l'hland, mr. J. L. 406.

Vandeleur, lady, 406; Vaughan, mr.
H. 406; Vicars, capt. E.R.F. 407;
Villiers, hon. F. 407; Vincent, adm.
407; Vyse, mrs. J. A. 407 ; Wake-
field, mr. E. G. 407 : Wakley, mr. T.
409; Walker, Mr. J. 409 ; Wallace,
lady J. 410 ; Wall, rev. dr. 410;
Warren, rev. S. 410 ; Waterford, mr.
T. N. 410 ; Watson, gen. sir J. 411 ;
Wauchope, adm. 411 ; Weale, mr. J.
411; Webbe, mr. J. 411 ; Wedder-
burn, sir J. 412; Welby, Miss E. 412;
Weld, Miss C. 412; Wentworth, lord
(Vixct. Ockham), 412 ; West, mr. F.
R. 413: West, adm. sir J. 413;
Westmacott, rev. H. 413; Whalley.
Tooker, mrs. E. 414 ; Whateley, mr.
W. 414; Whitehead, miss M. I. 414 ;
Wilkins, lieut. col. 414 ; Willcox, mr.
B. McGhie, 414 ; Witmore, gen. sir (i.
414; Williams, rev. J. 414; Wils
loughby de Broke, lord, 414; Wilmott,
larly, 414 ; Willshire, gen, sir T. 415;
Wingfield, col. 416; Winstanley, mr.
J. B. 416 ; De Winton, mrs. H. L. F.
416 ; Wiseman, dow. lady, 416; Wod.
derspoon, mr. J. 416; Wollaston, mra.
D. H. 416; Wolff, rev. dr. 416 ;
Woodfall, miss E. 418; Wright, mr.
1. 419; Wyatt, mr. M. C. 419;
Wynn, lieut..col. H. Watkin, W. 419;
Wyso, rt, hon, sir T. 419.

Yca, sir W. Walter, 419; Yen, mr.
W. A. 419; York, mr. T. 419; Young,
col. 419; Young, mrs. A. 419;
Young, Mr. J. A. 419.

Edwards, mr. H. 319 ; MacDonald,
mrs. 370; Lucas, mr. T. 370; David.
son, mrs. I. 419 ; Kerrigan, mr. 419;
Phillips, Micajah, 419; Strike, Mrs.

E. 419.
DEATuis, Births, and MARRIAGES, in

England and Wales'; and Scotland; and

in the Metropolis, in 1862, 279.
Exhibition, International, of 1862.-

Opening of the, 77.
Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 89.
FINANCE ACCOUNTS for the Year 1862.-

Class i. Public Income, 260 ; ii. Public
Expenditure, 260 ; iii. Consolidated
Fund, 272; iv. Public Funded Debt,
264 ; v. Unfunded Debt, 266 ; vi. Dis-
position of Grants, 267; vii. Trade

and Navigation, 274.
Fires. — Return of Fires in London in

1861, 23; in 1862, 204 ; fire and loss
of life in the Strand, 5 ; destruction of
Campden House, Kensington, 50 ; con.
flagration at Falmouth, 64 ; destruction
of the Bath Theatre, 67 ; conflagration
at Kingston, Jamaica, 76 ; fatal fire in
Clerkenwell, 89 ; fatal fire in Cripple.
gate, 96 ; explosion and fire at a che.
mical warehouse in Cripplegate, 103 ;
great fire in Lambeth, 139 ; dreadful
fire and loss of life in Cumberland-
street, Hyde-park, 164; destructive
fires in Ratcliff, Blackfriars, and Dept.
ford, 170 ; dreadful fire at the Liver.
pool work house, twenty-three persons
burnt, 171 ; great fire at Messrs. Price
and Co.'s, near Blackfriars-bridge, 189;
at Grantham Exchange-hall, 90 ; at the
Austin-Friars Church, Bishopsgate, 190 ;
near Gray's-inn-lane, 198 ; fatal fire in
Soho, six lives lost, 203 ; destruction of

Chester Town-hall and Exchange, 203.
FRANCE.-Speech of the Emperor at the

opening of the Chambers, (155); Ad.
dress of Count de Morny to the Corps
Législatif, [158]; reception of the
Papal Nuncio, [160]; diplomatic cor.
respondence on the Roman question,
(161); remarkable debate in the Senate
on the Address ; curious scene between
the President and the M. de Boissy,
(161); speech of M. Billault on the
relations of France and England, [164];
remarkable speech of Prince Napoleon
on the Roman question, (165); answer
of the Emperor to the Address, (168);
the debate in the Corps Législatif on
the Address occupies a weuk; frequent

with, lady, 398 ; Slaner, Er. R 4 5
Slesser, prof. 395 ;
J. G. S. 399; Slo-a, El 1. Mony
Somerset, miss C. M.C. Ministre
set, gen. sir H. 399;
400; Stafford, dow. Inds

, 4
ish, mrs. S. 100; Stubig, is

Stanley, mr. E. 400 ; Sisters &

400;

Stewart, rer. A. 400, NA,"
400; Stonehouse, rer. arbati

Stopfoni, col. 101;
mrs. E. H. 401 ; Stoutua si
A. 401 ; Stourton, kadr, 1v1 ;
lady, 401; Strangwares

, nr.
401; Strale

, sir È. C 401; &
ladr, 401; Stuart, ladr G. 491;

Fr.nce - continued.

IRELAND. ---Frightful assassinaticas and
violent scenes, (169); opposition to the outrare: of M. Gustave Thielt,
bill for granting a majorat to General 1:9; of Maguire, 121 ; of Mr.
Montaban ; letter from the Enduror Fingrid Fitner'l, 122; of Mr. Ja
to the President of the Corps Le_irlatif Herriman, 123; other muri.rs, assal'
on the subject, [173); onversion of an'l outras; sial (thia *
the 4) per cent. Rentes; Report of i- uel for Tipy ay anl Liutik,
M. Achille Fould on the state of the 125; conviction will kluan and Wauha
Finanees, (176); alt rcation in the the furlerers of Mr. Fitzana!!; ****
Chamber between M. Picard and the quittal of Bobin, :44w vf firing at
President, [180); letter of the Ein Colonel Knor, and of Luban araw of
peror on the Roman question, [182]; murdering M. Tbietauit, 126, wife.
interview between the French ambas. murder-conviction of R. and Burke
sador at Rome and Cardinal Antonelli fir poisoning his wife, 153 ; munler of
on the subject, (184); resignation of Mr. Brandell ; escape of Hayes the
M. Tbouvenel, Minister of Foreign murderer, 154.
Affairs ; M. Drouyn de Lhuys appointed Italy. - Resignation of the Riauli Mi-
his successor ; his Circular to diplo. nistry; a new ('sbirrt forded by Simons
matic agents, (186); Second Report of Ratazzi ; pro marame of the pain yol
M. Acbille Fould on the state of the the Ministry, 1198); sprerla of Varia
Finances, (187)

Ricasoli explaining the cause of here
Horrible murders in France by Du simation, 159, Pomibenlerinise of
mollard, 58.

Garibaldi; his revolitioninaisin to
GREAT BRITAIN. - ['niversal regret the Hungarians, (1999; alitat de

throughout the British Empire at the answer of Klapka, the Hut ranje-
death of the Prince Consort, [1]; effect triot, (192); (ariini rasaan in.
of this sentiment on political events surrectin in Sicily : pritubation of
and party operations; anticipations re the King, [193] ; Gildi AB over
garding the International Exhibition, to Italy : is attacked and diseated al
(2); strong feeling in the country on A pirmonle by General Pallaviini,
the subject of Education, (2); the effect 1194); is wounded and taken in der;
of the American civil war on the cotton him narrative of the action, 195; the
districts gradually felt, (3); the sacion Cabinet recommend an amsey, Lda
of Parliament opened by Commission; is proclaimei, (196); fail of the Bo-
Speech of the Lords Commissioners, 13), tazzi Ministry ; a nes Cavinet forna
see Parliament,

by signor Parini, i 198).
GREECE. -Insurrection at Nauplia ; al. MARRIAGES.-307.

dress of the king to the army, (199); V #RI 4619, BIRTHS, and Dramus, in
Argos surrendered to the Royal troon, England and Wale; art s'aoi, and
(200); Nauplia invested and bluekaleid; in the Metropx !is, in 1962, 272
proclamations of the King, manifesto MEILOR LA TABLE 1.1002, 279.
of the Insurgents, surrender of Saupka, MICU. -- Pricllation of the com
and close of the insurrection, 2003; bers of the Allied Power 24,
outbreak of a general revoluti n in The Prish and jan sh Govert
October ; proclamation of the Prori. reft. to comparate with from 3137
sional Government at Athens, (21)

di

Farl kuaxl's Desjath, :215
the King and Queen lave Giriere, -42; Camation of the Freebies De
decree calling upon the Greeks to elect [216]. Future of the Fresb te trke
a King liy universal suffrige; Prince Puebla, (217) Reit! I love us
Alfred of Enzland unanimously choinen from France : letter from the P:
King, (202); but the British Gover Fmwins to General Lorense, .1*
ment refuses to sanction the election; MINISTRY, T18, we it sow at the two * *
question of the cession vi the lonian of Parlinant, 21.

Íslands, (203)
ILAY, STRAW, CIER - Average Prices

M: CIL! V10 $;),suppies in Worx**
of, in each mnth in 1862, 273.

los Cabal, 1 ; . 'ar fark: to
Iloxoras. -Irders of Knightowl, 421 ;

1. tasty, 5; the there an! the 1.1
Baronet, 429; Knights Data licior, 422;

CRT1, 6; ini pt: 10th greatly

theness at the lawiga! Geniels 10,
the Victoria ('58, 422.
International Exhibition of 1502.-

bris of Paradise in Enziani, 11 ; a
ing of tbe, 77.

de telst shirt, tlmen 1, 0uti?"

lonte i monitor - Mr. l'estudy's

refuse to co-operate with Free

IRELAND. — Frightfal assecinta al

outrizes: o I. Gitar
119; of -- antire, 19; -1
Francis Fitzzena, 199; X: da
Heriman, 123; cther nere:rsiaca
and outrages ; a Six Chat
i-uel for Tipperary ai bi
125; conviction of Behance
the mur lerers cf lr. Fituzi
quittal of Boban, amando un
Colonel Knor, and di Patio
murdering M. Thiele. 3:
murder-conviction of
für poisoning his wife

, 153;&'!'
Mr. Braddell; escape de las

murderer, 154,
ITALT. - Resignation of the "I

nistry; a new Cabuet tur og
Ratazzi ; programme of the
the Vinistry, (1887; 27
Ricasoli explainicg the age 16
signation, 1891. Funny
Garibaldi; his revolati barys.?
the Hungarians, (191; 15)

Miscellaneous-continued.

gift of 150,0001. to the metropolis, 40;
Shakspeare-sale of deeds with Shak-
speare's signature, 45 ; testimonial to
Mr. Charles Kean, 49 ; testimonial to
Mir. Miall and Mr. Sturge, 49; Oxford
and Cambridge boat-race, 65 ; suicide
in a railway carriage ; other singular
suicides, 66 ; grand olunteer Field.
day at Brighton, 68 ; capture and re-
Capture of a British vessel, the Emily
St. Pierre, 71; English cricketers in
the colonies, 77 ; opening of the Inter-
national Exhibition of 1862, 77; ex-
tensive inundations from the bursting
of the Middlle Level drain, 83; Exhi-
bition of the Royal Academy, 89 ; vio-
lent thunder-storms in May, 91; opening
of the New Westminster Bridge, 98 ;
the Japanese Ainbassa lors in Eng.
land, 100 ; visit of the Pacha of Egypt,
101 ; Epsom races, 102 ; Ascot races,
113; tour of the l'rince of Wales in the
Ext, 105; superstition in the nine.
teenth century, 113; tha Handel Fes.
tival, 115 ; great Dog Show at Isling-
tuin, 116; anch:rological discoveries in
the Orkneys, 127 ; monetary at irt -
D.nk rate of discount - loans, 130, 206;
inarriage of the Princess Alice, 134 ;
National Rifle A-s,iation - the prize
shooting at Wimbledon, 135; the Re-
view, 138 ; case of Mr. Elwin James,
Q.(', 140; case of Mr. Dinly Seymour,
Q.C., 113 ; scientiti kalvon ascents,
144; the Delpé Abbey (state--the
Bouverie family, 149; tragical di cos
Vory at Cobham, 156; H.M. ship
Bark Prince, trial of speed, 166; the
ir n navy, 167; 81% in men-of-war,
168 ; extraordinary #torm in Wiltshire,
170 ; launch of the iron-calleciji',
32 guns, 173; riots in Ilyde-park, and
at Birkenhead, 174 ; great stirm ly
land and sen, 182 ; Lambeth X* Sus.
pension Bridze, 186; singular burglary

and d fi nee in Dirliyshire, 167.
MTBDERS ;-Double murierat Clavering,

Eser, by an insane woman, 8 ; trial of
Williain Chariton, for the nurder
of Jane Emmerson, at Durran Hill, 24;
murier of a water-watcher, by salmon.
juvelre, at Broch lewath, 27; murder
and wide in Bethnal Green, 29 ; trial
of Jolin Goulifor the murder of his child
at Winwr, 31; murderofazarber
to Lan Dillon, ly John Illi, at Dit hey,
33; of John Willicoth, by Henry Quail
and others, in Mary-le-bone, 34 ; of
James Gardner, by Patrick Devereux,

answer of Klapka

, the Haare
triot, [192); Garibaldi na ses 1 a
surrection in Sicily; prer:19:43
the King, [193]; Garial som *
to italy; is attacked and do
Aspromonte by Gepeni hit
(194); is wounded and takes to
his narrative of the ata 12
Cabinet recommend an assai, ..
is proclaimed, (196); tale to it
tazzi Ministry ; a new Calist izzi
by Signor Parini, 1987
MARRIAGES.-307.
MARRIAGES, Birtus, aed Desser

, 1
England and Wales and disso,
in the Metropolis, in 1862.7
METEOROLOGICAL TABLETiB 1:02:7
MEXICO.-- Proclamation of

sioners of the Alied Prven ?
The British and Spanish 6725
Farl Russell's Despatch, 2
clamation of the French Conne
[216)

. Failure of the Freast in the?
Puebla

, (217) Rein: orxattis
from France ; letter from a pri

Emperor to General Loreries is
Jinister, Tue, as it stand at the *

of Parliament, 291,
ISCELLANEOUS -- Disvreries in T:
ter Cathedral, 1 ; sinnar hann
forgery, 5; the Buhrüle and the com
Circra, 6; incolation of the sit
ihoness at the Zociazial fareal
Birds of Paradise in Bosallit
derelict ship, the Saeima, ezt
cedented munition - Ir. Tabeira

Murders--continued.

in the Rateliffe Ilighway-distressing
scene in court, 37 ; of his wife, by
Ishmael Jones, at Llangfair, 42 ; the
Anglesea murder-muruler of Richard
Williams by Richard Rowlands, 50 ; of
Elizabeth Morrow by Richard Thorley,
at Derhy, 51; numerous cases of " love
and murder ;' by Henry Spettigue, at
Launceston, at Brighton, at Kingston,
52 : at Hendon, 53 ; of Houghton,
by a soldier, at Chichester, 54 ; trial of
John Stocker, for the murder of Ann
Hill, at Everley, 56; horrible murders
in France by Dumollard, 58; of Ann
Hannah by Mary Reid, at Dumfries,
75. The Manchester tragedy- murder
of Mr. Meller, by W. R. Taylor and his
wife, and of their three children, 93 ;
the Ludgate-hill tragedy--murder of
her two children by Mrs. Vyse, 96 ;
double murder and suicide in the
Blackfriars-road, 104 ; horrible murder
and mutilation by a maniac, at Wey-
mouth, 138; the Fordingbridge murder
- murder of Miss Mary Anne Susan
Hall, by G. J. Gilbert, 147 ; tragical
discovery at Cobham-double murders
or suicides, 156 ; murder of John ()'Dea,
a soldier, by John Flood, another soldier,
at Brighton, 159 ; of Roger Drew, by
John Doidge, at Launceston, 161 ; of
Sarah Kirby, by George Gardner, at
Studley, 162 ; trial of Walter Moore for
the murder of his wife : his strange
suicide after conviction, 163 ; murler
of a policeman at Ashton-under-Line,

the Isleworth murder--murder of
Ann Jane Barham, by Robert Cooper,
184; of a gnmekeeper by poachers, ai
Roydon Hall, 194; of a captain, his
wife, and a mate at sea, by an Austrian
sailor, 198 ; wife inurder at Oldbury,
199; trial of William Ockfield for the
murder of his wife at Oldbury, 199 ; of
Thomas Elwards, for the murder of
Isabella Tonge at Liverpool, 200 ; of
Robert Morgan for the murder of
Christopher Wickham, at Bristol, 202.
The City murder-trial of Samuel
Gardner for the murder of his wife,
440. The Glasgow murder trial of
Jessie M Lachlan for the murder of
Jessie McPherson, 445 ; Catherine
Wilson, the poisoner-ber trial, convie-
tion, and execution, 453.

Murders in Ireland- of Mr. Thie.
bault, 118; of Maguire, 121 ; of
Mr. Fitzgerald, 122 ; of Mr. Herdioan,
123; and others : the Special Com.

168 ;

Murders-continued.

mission, 125; of Mrs. Burke, by her
husband, by poison, 153; of Mr.

Braddell, in Tipperary, 154.
PARLIAMENT :--The Session opened by

Coinmission; Speech of the Lords Com.
missioners, (3); debates on the Address
in both Houses; respectful allusions to
the death of the Prince Consort ; the
Address in the Lords moved by Lord
Differin, [5]; the Earl of Derby pro-
nounces an eloquent eulogium on the
deceased Prince ; expresses his ap-
proval of the conduct of the Govern-
ment in reference to the American
civil war, and their foreign policy gene-
rally, [6]; Address agreed to. In the
Commons, the Address moved by Mr.
Portman, [8]; Mr. Disraeli expresses
concurrence in the foreign policy of
Ministers, and passes a warm pane-
gyric on the character of the Prince
Consort, [9] ; after speeches from Lord
Palmerston, Mr. Maguire, and Sir R.
Peel, and an animated discussion on
distress in Ireland, the Address is
agreet to without opposition, [101.
Public Business Procedure of the
House: A motion of Mr. White in
favour of a more methodical arrange-
ment for conducting public business
leads to some discussion, and ends
without result, [10] National Edu.
caution the Rerised Code : In the
LorilsEarl Granville explains the
principles on which the revised Mi.
nutes of the Council on Edlucation
had been founded, (12); the Bishop
of Oxford criticises the Code with
great severity, and brings the whole
subject before the House, [15]; is
answered by Earl Granville, (16);
debate, in which the Duke of Marl.
borough, Earl of Derhy, and Duke of
Argyll take part, 117); Lord Lyttel.
ton proposes a series of resolutions
condemnatory of the new system, (17;
which is desen led by Earl Granville ;
after observations from Lani Belper,
resolutions withdrawn; Lan St. Leo-
naris opposed that part of Code re-
lating to "grouping ;" views of the
Bishop of London ; defence of Earl
Granville, [19, In the Commons
the Vice-President of the Coun-il on
Education (Mr. Lowe) makes a long
and elaborate exposition of the prin.
ciples on which the minute is foun:led,
[13] : observations of Mr. Disraeli, Sr
J. Pakington, Mr. Walpole, Sir G.

Parliament-continued.

Grey, (15); Mr. Walpmle proposes a
series of resolutions ; bis long and im-
portant speech, (21); Sir George Grey
acquiesces in a committee ; speeches
of Mr. Stanhope, (23); Mr. Buxton,
Lord R. Cecil, Mr. W. E. Pontet,
(24); Mr. Leatharn, Mr. Whitende,
(25); Mr. B. Osborne, (26); Mr. Ad.
derley, Mr. Baines, (27); Sir J. Pa-
kington ; Mr. Lowe's reply, (28); the
House go into committee on the rest
lutions ; the Government andoon**
the modifications they propose ; d'ate
in the Commons on the modified Comr;
Mr. Walpole accepts the minute as -
vised, [29), which is also generally ac-
cepted by the llouse; resolution moved
by Mr. Walter, (8), which is nen-
tived on division; resolutions move i
by Mr. Baines and Mr. H. A. Brux,
which are also negatived, 311

Church Rates - Sir J. Trelawas
azain brings in his bill for the kid
abolition, 31); Mr. Estoourt motrs
resolution as an amendment, [3%,
after long debate, in which Sir G.
Lewis, Mr. Bright, Sir J. Pakington,
Mr. Disraeli, and others take jarh,
the House divides on mooting for ko
cond reading-Ayes, 286; Næs, 257;
majority against the bill, 1 ; Mr. E.-
court's resolution put and agreed to
by majority of 17 (34); Mr. Estervert
moves a substantive resolution; amen.
ment of Mr. Heyzate ; resolution ani
amendment withdrawn, [31': Mr
Newdegate's bill for commuting the
rates into a rent charze, (33) te
Relief Bill: Mr. Bourerie intres
a bill for relievinz persons in bo'y
onlers (35); after debate, the bil us
referred to a &lect Committee, where
it is much alterel, and is finally beret,
(37). Bill introduced by Lori Bar
in the Loris, for amerling the Art of
l'niformity; after speeches ft m the
Bishop of London, Barl of Shaftes.
bury, Earl Russell, and Bishop of t*
ford, bill withdrawn, [37]. Mr. M.
Milnes re-intruderves the questa af
marriage with a demonet mifernatet ;
bill supported by Mr. Cilliet, ariston
posed by Lord R. Ceril and Mr Wa
pole ; on division, the mivel 7:41,2;
agreed to by 144 votes to 133, 35, ,
Inotion for going into Committee D*
tired by 148 roues to 116. Mr. Whal-
Lay's motion respe ting 1900
promptly rejected by 193 to 111

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