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SUMFORD-VMWlERSITY-UBRAlKr 




INDEX 



TO THE 




TIMES lEWSPAPEE. 



1874. 



\VINTER QUARTER— J anuary 1 to March 31. 



^^ The only true history of a country is to be found in its newspapers.'* 

Lord Magaulay. 



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PALMER & SONS, 291, STBAND, W.O 



1874. 

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PAIIFB'S i^^. 
INDEI TO THE ^' TIMES ^/B^J^EE. 



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AVINTEB QUARTEB-JANUAEY 1 TO MARdft**?!/*/.-' . 



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Bk^krincb.— 77to fifM* Newapaper having a f»epant« pagination to o&oh number, the following method !b adopi«;l 
t4) suit it to any file: thiu 9J\\.tt mean.i 8th. January page 11, oohunn fi; the Italic letter after the first flgura 
noting the month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after the seoond figure noting the column i>f 
the page. 



A. 
Abbott (Edwin A.) on Iiatm Pronanclation, 5 j 

8b 

' WiMiam) on Uniformity of Time, 4 m 10 6 

Abefaare (Lord) on the Education Act, 2 J 12 a 

—28/6 a 
Aberdeen Uniiersity, Installfition of Lord I^cctor, 

25/ 6 d 

'Notices abont, 27/5 e 

Aborigines Protection Society, Deputalicn to 

GoTcmmenty 7 »i 8 c 
About (Edm.) on M. Taine, 7 f7 b 

' on Gustare Dore, 5/5/ 

Notes on Paris, SjS d 

Accepting Accomplished Facts, 23 m 9 <f 

Accidental Death Insurance Company, 14/7 A 

AOOIDEKTS:'- 

to Samuel Barker, Accidentally Shot at 

Kedletton, 28 m 10 a 
Boat Capsized off Woolwich, Relief Fund 

for the FamUies. 24/11/ 

Another Body Found, 18 m 11/ 

off Aberdeen Harbour, 28/6 6 

off Kerrera, and Three Persons Drowned, 

19/5 d 

off Oxfordness, Five Lires Lost, 21 /7 e 

— Boiler Explosion at Alderman Thompson's 

Cotton Spinning MiU, Blackburn, 3 m 5 /*— 9 

Mi 4 d 

Terrible, at the Atlas Ironworks^ Bolton, 



9/9/— 10/811— 29/7/' 

— at a Brewery Ice-house in Philadelphia, ' 
Falling in from Over^pressuer, 16/6 6—27/ 
12 & 

— to Edward Brewer, Killed by Falling from 
A Balcony in CleTcland Square, whilst Clean- 
ing Windows, im7J ^ 

to William Browning, Accidentally Shot 



whilst out Rabbit Shooting at Bredhurst, 19 
5d 

— Bursting of a Reservoir at Fostiniog, OJXlc 

— at Bury, from the Flooring Given Way 
while a Candidate was Addressing his Consti- 
tuentsj 8/12 6—4/12 c— 17 f 7/ 

— to Mfi Harcourt Capper, when following 

ttifi rhr&^oh Fovhnnnilft f R «' O « 



Accidents (continued). 

Discharge of a Revolver by a Cabin Boy, ttj 

Gd 
to Sfimuel Casson, Killed by being Thrown 

off his Horse, 11/11 e 
at Chatham Dockyard, from a Groat Fly 

Wheel when at Full Play Breaking in Pieces, 

12/"126 
to Samuel and John Cork, Drowned at 

Overstrand,28/66 

to Henry Cox, Killed by being Thrown 



from his Horse, 20 m 10/ 

— to the Earl of Damley, while Buck Huntirg 
in Cobham Park, 21 / 9/ 

— to John Dewey, Killed by Falling into tho 
Hold of the £hdo, 20 / 12 6 

— to Samuel Eldridge, Killed by Falling from 
a Lift, 20 w 10 / 

— to the Empress of Japan, on the Pole- strap 
of her Carriage giving away, 7 / 6 e 

— Explosion at the Maen Granite Quarry 
Penryn, 24/6/ 

on Board the Benbow, at Girdler Light- 



house, 14 / 11 /— 16 / 12 c— 17 / 11 /— 24 / 
12 e 

the River Eden^ Official Inquiry into. 



lOy 12 c 

at the Britannia Foundry, Atterbliffe, 9 



w4/ 



Ironworks, Fencehouse, 2 m\\ e 



at Ishapoor Gunpowder Works, 4 /ll / 

— 10/6s 

of Gas, Bt Bennington, Vtrmont, 6 / 



12 a 



at the Moss Pits, Nice, Official Inquiry 
into, 6 m 12 a 

of Parlour Artillery in a Shop at New 



York, 19 .a 5 6 

— Fatal on Board the Dido, 11 rn 7 <* 

— to Mrs. Fawcett, at Brighton, 4/7 « 

— to Major Fife, while out Hunting near 
Scarborough, 25/5/ 

Fi ■ 



to Margaret Fitzsimmons, Aged 103, from 
her Dress Igniting, 20 ^"7 « 

to Four Men, at the Royal Arsenal, with 



Wiiithead's Fish Terpedo, 27/ 8 c— 28/ Cy^ 



Aoo 



PAUOEB's IX]>BX to ^ THE TI1CK8 ^ KXWBPAPEB. 



[ 



rn 



Aooidtnti ((ontifiutd), 

to WilHnm Gates, Bun Over at Westmin- 
ster, 20 w 10/ 

to John Harris, of the Dublin Iheatre 

Found DroH n at Killiney, I6mb d 

— Hastings Suspension Bridge, Calcutta, Fall 
of, 4/11/ 

•<— to S^uuuel Hayes, DfitniaoS at Hackney 

Ferry, I2ml0d- 
^ — to William HoUoway, Killed at Southfleet, 

by the Upse^tlnfl^ of a Horse and Van, 14/ 

11 a 
— ^ «d Dean Hook, while Officiating in the 

Cathedral at Chichester, 12 / 6/— 16/ 12 c 
— ~ Ice Accident at Homiea Mare, li fd d 
- — to a Young Man named Jefferson, Killed on 

the Hunting Field, 1 / 12 a 
-— ^ at Kalk Bay Two Young Persons, Drowned 

while Bathing, 21 / 8 6 
to Lord Chief Baron Kelly, at Langhton, 21 

ail2e 

— to Bobt. King, Caught in the Machinery of 
a Printing Machine, 12 in 10 </ 

^— to Mrs. Lane, at Woodbastwick Hall, Burnt 
to Death in her Parlour from her Death Ignit- 
ing, 15/11 a 

;o Mrs. Linstead, Burnt to Death from her 

Dnfs Igniting, 12 m 10 </ 

to Kobt. M'Cullock, a Convict, in Portland 

Priron, 21 i 8 c 

^^- to Annie Meizner, Killed by Falling into a 
Wdl at the Nunnery near GlassopHall, IjBb 

at Mileage Wharf, to Three Workmen, 8/ 

6b 

— ^-at Mousehold, Korwich, from a Mass of 
Sand Burying Two Persons Under it, .10/6 b 

-^ to Daniel Bower Mitchell, by Falling from 
a High Precipice in Benmore, 6y 11 / 

<— to Lord Napier, Thrown from his Horse at 
Hyderabad, 1 1 m 7 a 

in Philadelphia, by the Roof of a Large Ice 

House Falling in, 16/5 6—27/12 6 

-»— to the Pilgrims on Board the Laoania 117 
Persons Washed Overboard, 16 m 5 5—19 m 9 
/— 21 m7d 

to Arthur Pink, Shot by another Lad in 

Ignorance of the Gun being Loaded, 5 m 5 c 

to David Randall, Killed at the Enfield 

Rifle Factory, 19^ 9/ 

to Mr. Robertson, in Queen's Park, Edin- 
burgh, 6 J 12 d 

-^ to Lora Rossmore, at the Windsor Steeple 
Chases, 28 m 9 6—24 m 9/— 25 m 5 6-t26 m 9 
/— 80m7« 

to William Searirg, a Coachman, from his 

Horses in Running away Breaking his Head 
against an Overhanging £lm Tree, 17 m 9 d 

to Six ServanU of Lady Napier's Killed by 

Suffocation from a Charcoal Fure at Jubal, 10 
SI 7a 

to Jabec Skinner, at Devonport, 12^12 6 

to Mr. Smith, of Malton, from the Explo- 
sion of a Gun Barrel, 28^ 9 < 

* to Capt. Stephen, Washed Overboard the 

Cyphrenes, in the Channel, 13 i' 5 f 

to Charles Syvret, Washed Overboard and 



Accidenta (^continued), 

to George Tilbniok, Accidentally Shot Dead 

by hU Brother at Haverhill, 1 1' 5 cf 
— — to James Trotman, on Board the Cambridge, 

at Devonport, 23/ 12 c 
-— — to Two Brothers named Wilcox, Wrecked 

on Lake Superior, 18 m 5 s 
<— - at Wardour Castle, on the Rejoichig on the 

Result of the Claimant's Trial, by a Cannon 

BursUng, 8 in 9 «— 5 m 11 if 
<— - to ^. Wilkinson, Calico Printer, from 

being Drawn into his Machineiy at Oakeniiiaw, 

9/7 6 
to Mr. Wilts, Killed by the Accidental Db- 

charge of a Gun at Colobrook, 14/11 d 
ACdDEKTS-MINIKa ; - 

at Crescent Colliery, Willenhall, 21 jSf 

at Rose HiU CoUiery, Coatbridge, 21/6/ 

AOOXBENTB-RAILWAt :— 

to James Ball, at Sutton-Harbour Branch, 

10/7/ 
to John Bates and Albert Stock, Killed at 

Clutton-hill Cutting, 23 m 7/ 
to William Bosworth, at the Bromham 

Engine Shed, 11 m 14 e 

— to Caleb Cameron, Killed at Chertsey 
Station, II m 14 c 

to James Carter, at Brent, 19/ 10 a 

to Two Colliers and a Boy, near Bristol, C 

Mild 

— to Mrs. Davidge, Killed by an Engine, near 
Teddington Station, 15^ 9 <— 17 i' 7 c 

^— to John Davis, from a Tunnel Falling In at 

Preston, 23 m 7 c 
to Inspector Dodd, at Barns Court Station, 

Omlid 
-^ to the "Flvlng Dutchman," Narrow Escape, 

near Slough, 13 m 6 / 
to William Freeman, Killed at Tovil Level 

Crossing, 13/ 7 e 
to Mi. Cliarles Geary, at Brentford Station, 

18 ; 7 « 
to a Gentleman, at Gospel Oak Station, 

Kentish Town, 30 m 8 6 

to Henry Heard, at Ware, 12 m 11 / 

to George Heaton, at Barnsley, 5/7/ 

to a Horseman, at Manningtree, 25 jf 10 <f 

to Thomas Jofajds, at Battersea Station, 13 

y7s 

to a Porter Named King, at Barnes, 7/6/ 

to William Knightly, at Bricklayers* Arms 

Station, 18 ; 7 s 

to a Man, at Haggerstono Station, 11 /lO e 
at Penistone Station, 27/6 e 



— to Mr. Morgan, Killed at the Homcrton 
Station, 12/6 a 

— to Thomas Nicholson, at Teignmouth, 19 i 
10 a 

— to Henry Norman, Killed at Yeovil, 12 m 

11/ 

— to Mrs. Hannah Polly, Killed at Dovercourt 

Level Crossing, 25 m 7/ 

— to Mr. William Roche, Killed while Entering 
a Train in Motion, 10 m 12 5 

— to a Signalman, at Highbridge, 1/10/ 

— to a S<3dier. at Weymouth, 10 j 7/ 



Mar. 81, 1874.] PAum^s indrx to « the rnata " NBw&PAPn. 



Aft 



Acotdents — ^Bailway (covttnned), 

to George Star, Killed at Stratford Station, 

25/10 £/ 
to Uarry Tavlor, Killed at Erlcigh Station, 

5 J <? 
to Mrs. Eiizabctli VaUecord, Killed at York 

Road Station, 10 m 12 6 

to Kobert Watchouse, Killed at Matlock 



Bath Station, 29; 7 « 

— to John Wilkins, KiUed at Bumwood 
Junction, 5y9e 

— to Kobert WiUon, Killed at Cranlcigh, 19 ; 
10 a 

— to James Wm. Young, at Hackney Station, 
23 f Ji 7 / 

Church Stretton, to Two Plato Layers, 



at 



21/6e 

— at the Embankment near Pi^el, I0j7f 

— FalUng in of a Tunnel near Mertliyr 'I^dvil, 
OjGc 

-^ on the Great Western of Canada, a Car 
Talking Fire and Eight Persons Burnt to Death, 
18 m 5 </ 

near Beston Junction, from a Wilful Open- 



ing of the Points, 16^ 5 f 

— near Wingfleld Station, 27/5/ 

If arrow Escape from, at Kelty Station, 8 j 



7e 



by the Fall of a Railway Girder, at 
Snowhill, Birmingham, 21/5 f 
— Collision at Adderley Park Station, 2C\f 1 2 / 

at the Barkstone Junction, near Grant- 



ham, 12 j 10 </& «— 18/G/-16 j 7</--16 j 8 c 
-^27 y 5/ 

— at Bceston Junction, Official Inquiry, 17 



mOs 



near Bishop Auckland, 28 m 7 c 
near Blackfriars Station, 4/ 7/— 5 flOf 

— near Bo*ness Junction, 28/5 /* 

List of the Killed, 29> 7 6 

Notes about, 2Sj Bf-^'A^j 7 6 

Official Report on, 20 m 7 d . 

near Boshawal, 10 m 7 a 

near Bowesfield Junction, Official Inquiry 

into, 6 m 10 d 

near Brandon Station, Result of Inquiries 



into, 13/6/ 

on the Buchan Section, near Ellon, 13 in 



5 f—U ml2e 

near Bury Station, 5 flOf 

at Christou Bank Station, 21/5 « 

near Earlstown Junction, 11 m 9 </ 

near Falkirk, Sjdt 



12i 



near Gilnow, Official Inquiry, 18/6/ 
at Glasgow, Union Railway Station, 24/ 

with a Goods Train, near Castle Cary 
Station, 2dy 9 c 

Guides Bridge Junction, Official Inquiry 



into, 10 J 7/'— 13/6/ 

near Haggerstone Station, Official Inquury 



into, 18 J 6/ 

near Hatfield, 27 i c 

at Holme Station, 26/12/-.6 m 10 d 

near Hull, 21/6 e 

at Manuel Junction, 30 j 7/— 31 ; 5/— 



Aocidonts— Railway CeontimtBtf), 

Collision at Morpeth Station, 26 m 7 A 

near New Street Station, Birmingham, 

19/7 « 

near New Radley Station, 11 m 9 d-^l^ 



m 10 d 

Notes about, 12 m 12 cT 

at Pincock Bank at Buxton, 21/5 i— 23 

/ 11 c— 24 / 10 6—26 / 12 /— 3 m 5 /•— 7 m 
10 d 

at Risca Junction, Official Report on, 13 



ie/ 



at Romford, 18/6 6 

at Stafford, 18 /*6 b 

at Stratford Bridge Station, 9/12 d 

near West Drayton, 7/12 6—9/12 c— 

10/6 c— 16/6 «— 17/6 «— 18/7 «— 6fn 10 d 
Notes about, 12/6/— 19/7 « 



Between Wigan and Preston, with List 

of Killed and Wounded, 21/6 d 

at Woodhouse Junction, Official Inquiry 



into, 17 m 9« 
Col, Yolland's Report on, 20/12 e— 6 m 

'10 d 
Adams (R.) on New South Wales, 1 i 11 d 

(W. E.) on the Newcastle Election, 20 J If 

Admiralty— New Lord, 28/9 «— 4 m 9 e 

Increase of Salary to Clerks, 6 w 4/— 7 wi 

5/ 
ADMIRALTY OOUBT :— 

the 47Vi:r, 28/11 d 

the Annabella, 10 tn 10/ 

the Bfnares, 4 w 1 1 6 

the Ditnda — the Storm Kinn^lA wile 

the a S, Butler^-ihe Baltic, 6 w 11 6 

H. M. S. Cakdonia, 12 m 11 c— 18 m 11 6 

the Cattor, 12 m 11 6 

the £intraehi, 29 i 11 6 

the Emerald Itle, If We 

the Fannity 25 tn 11 «</ 

— the Glengarry, 9 / 1 1 c 

X\ie Lancaahirt, 23/ 12 c 

the MartinuB and JETsiirMrte, 27 m 11 a 

the Olinda, 26 m 11 6 

the 0//<r, 29 I* 1 1 6 

the Owen WalHt, 24 j 12 6 

the Jiaithwatte /To//— the Holmeide, 18 / 

116 

the Sonunorroatro, 7 in 11 6 

the Themie, 17 j* 10 d 

the Villaae Belle, 12/11 d 

Adulteration Act and the Mairlobone Vestry, 9 

j 8 6— 20 / 7 6 

at the Edgwart Petty Sessions, 2 m 12 a 

^ at Tonbridge, 22 j6f 

of Food Act, Notes about, 4 m 10 r— 6 m 

7A 

Who ShaU Decide, 6 m 12 6 

Advantages of Living in the City, ]9i 10/ 

of Loyalty, 23 m 8/ 

Advertising Circulars, Notes about, JjSb—Oj 6 

e—lSjld 

Hoardings, 26 m If 

Afghanistan, the Ameer Announces his Heir, 1 j 

5» 
Africa, Now Gold Discoyeriea in, 19 i 5/ 



iif 



PAUVB's nCDXX to '^ TSB TIBTKS *' NBWSPAPES. 



[Jan. It 



African Explorations, C/5 6— 24/9 «— 4 »i e 
AgriettltiirHl Children, Notes about, 12 i 7/ 

Official lieports, 17 w 10 a 

Cotta^^cs, see Ladouberb 

, Labourers at Swindon, Mr, Arch at, 8 / 

id 

at Sevenoaks, 10 J 10 6 

Notes about, 1> 12 6— 3; 4 6—13 j 10/" 

• and the Queen, 5j 7 c— 10/9 e— 13/ 

7 r 
Union, Meetings, 10/9 «— 24 m 5 c— 25 

m 12 a— SI »i 12 e 
Agriculture in the Elections, SOj 0/ 
Essay on, Prize Offered for, by the Earl of 

Leicester, 20/6/ 
\kerman (J. VY.) on the Zulu Rising in Natal, 

23i«ll/ 
Alabama Claims — ^Awards, 21 j 12 e 
Albert New Mill Company, 5 m 6 a 
Akholiti Liquors, Notes on the Consumptiun of, 

18 m 7 6—21 M 8 6 
Aldershott Brick and Talc Works, 30 m 8 6 
Aldridgo (Charles') on the Legal ConTcyance of 

Land, 14 i 10 
Alexander Nevski Monastery, 6/4 cf 
Alexandra Palace— Lord Londesborough Loans 
• bis Armour to, 20 m 7 e 
Algeria Delared in a State of Siege, 31 w 12 a 
Aid for the Sick and Wounded in Spain, 19 m oe 
Al{?erian Wheat Trade, G> 6 / 
Allen (G. J.) on the Dauphan, 20 m 12 if— 27 tn 

86 

(John) on Elementary Education, 12 m 7 d 

Alliance Life and Fire Assurance Company, 26 

f M 7 a 
Alligators and Ducks, 26/ 12 d 
Allison (II. A.) on Cannibalism Ia Boimy, 6/ 

12 6—13 fC «— 18/5 c 
AUnatt (Dr.) on the Weather During 1873, 6 j 

id 
Allon (Dr. Henr}') Testimonial to, from his Con- 
gregation. 28/9/ 
AHmonti (J. Jara) on Peruvian Guano, 27 / 7 a 

—4 M 6 a— 18 w 7 a 
Alum and Ammonia Company, 28/7 a 
AMEBIC A:— 

Appointments, Ij 6 d 

Appropriation Bill, 28/ 12 6 

Arias, Surrender of, 8 »i 5 6 

Army Appropriation Bill, 12/ 12 o 

Estimates, 23 w 7 6 

Associated Banks, Weekly Be turn of, G / 



5 6 

-*- Bankrupt Act, Bepeal uf, 1 / 6 d 

— Boston— Celebration of the Centennial Tea 

Biot at, 2j7b 

Enforcement of the Prohibitory Law in, 



24 /"Ge 

— Bridge at Buffalo Destroyed by the High 
Tide, 23 i 5 6 

— British Columbia, and Annexation, 27 / 
12 6 



— Centennial Exhibition, Plans Approred, 4/ 
lla 

in Congress, 5/9/— 27/5 6—18 »t 5 c 

If Finance Department for Unpaid Cou- 

wns, &c., 24 m 10/ 



Ametlca (coniinved), 

Cheap Transportation Conyention, 9 /* 12 « 

Chief Justice— Caleb Cushing Nominated, 

10 J 5 6 

Withdrawal, 14 / 6 6— 15 J 6 6—30 ; 9/ 

Appointment of Mr. Waite, 28 / 6 6—4 y 

12 6 
— Commercial Intelligence, 1 ; 5 b — 2j 5 6—3 
;• 8 i^sj 5 c— 6i 5 6— 7y 5 6—87 5 6—9 ; 6 6 
—10 i 5 6— 18^ 5 d—Uj 5 6— 16> 6 6— ICi 5 
c— 17 j' 6 c— 20 J 5 6—21 j 5 6—22 j 6 6—23 ; 5 
6— 24y 5 a— 26 ; 6 6—277 5 «-28 j 6 6—20 j 
5 6— 30i 5 b—Slj 6 a— 3/12 6—4/12 6—5 /' 

12 6—6 f5 6—7/ 12 6—9 f&r- \0fl2 6—11 
/'12 6— *12/12a— 13/12*6— r4/'12a— lG/5 

"6— 17/12 6— 18/ 6 a— 10/12 6— 20/" 12 a— 
21/12 c— 23/5 6—25/12 6—26/12 6—27 f 
5 6—28/12 6—2 m 5 6—3 m 5 6—4 in 5 6—5 m 
5 6 — 7 m 5 a— 10 »i 5 6 — 1 1 »i 7 n— 12 m 5 6 — 

13 »i 5 a— 14 »i 5 6- 16 m 5 6—17 m 7 6—18 m 
5 6—19 m 5 6-20 m 12 6—23 m 7 e— 24 m 5 r 
—25 m 5 6—26 w 5 6—27 m 5 6—28 m 5 c— 30 
m 7 c -31 m 12 6 

Crisis, A fix a 



— Congress — Proceedings in, 1 1 6 d— 17 ; 7 c 
—12 Ml 7 6 

Adjournment of, 6 / 7 a 

Cheap Transportation, I J 6 d 

Pay of Members, 1 j G d— 14^' 5 6—9 / 



12 a 



wFriutiag for, GjGa 

Beduetion of Expenses, 27 f 12 a 

— Congressional Procedure, 19^9/, 

— Cost of the Viryinivs to the United States, 
12/ 11/ 

Cot Ion Receipts* 6/5 c — Oj 6 6—7 ; 5 " 



8> 5 6— 9> 6 Z»— 10 ; 6 6— 12^ 5 6— 18 j 5 rf— 
Uj 5 6— 15i 5 6— 16y 5 r— 17 ; 5 c— 19i 6 6 
—21 / 5 6—22 ; 5 6— 28i 5 6— 24> 5 a— 26i 5 
6— 27i 5 a— 28 J 5 6— 29> 5 a— 31 j 5a— 2/12 
6—3 f 12 6—4 /• 12 6—5/12 6—6/5 6—7/12 
6—16 / 12 6— il fl2 6— 12 /•12 a— 13/126— 
14/12 «— 16 fo 6—18/5 a— 19 /•12 6—20 /* 
12 a— 21/12 c— 23/6 ^-24 fl2 o— 26/126 
—27/5 /V— 28/ 12 6—2 m 5 6—3 m 5 6—4 m 5 
6- 5 m 5 6—6 m 6 6 — 7 w 5 a — 10 m 5 6—11 m 
7 a — 12 m 5 6 — 13 m 5 a — 14 m 5 6 — 16 m 5 6 — 
17 m 7 6—18 »i 5 6—19 m 5 6—21 m 12 6—23 
w 7 c— 24 m 5 c— 26 m 5 6—27 m 5 6—28 iu o c 
30 m 7 c— 31 m 12 6 
— Currency Question, 24 m 5 6 — 26 m 5 6—28 



m u c 



6s 



Danen Inter-Oceanic Canal, 17/7 c— 24/ 

Diplomatic News, 6 j 7 c — 9 / 5 6 — 5 m 6 6 
Corps at Washington, 9/60 



I c 



Edffor i<ittart Seized by Government, 23 m 

Elections, 7j 10 6—12 »i 5 6 

Evanses CUmI, 24/6 d 

Finance, 9/5 6—17/7 c— 20/ 12 a 

Financial Panic, Effect of, 1 ; 6 c — 4 /lla 

in Cliicago, &c., Gj7 b 

£'oreign Trade of, 6 j 7 a 

Funding Bill, 26; 5 6 

Gold Sales, 31 m 12 6 

^=^- Granges' Bill, 27 m 5 6 



Mar. 81, 1874.] palkai'b imobx to ** trs times " KEwaPAPKc 



Aig 



America {comiinued), 

Increased Taxation Bcfuted, 13 j 5 d 

Indian War Anticipated, 27/ 12 a 

Inaurance Fraud and Murder &c., 12 m 7 a 

International Diipute, 1 fl d 

Jav, Cooke & Co., CaBoof, 17/7 d 

Johnson (Andrew) the Only Kx-President 

Living, 28 iM 5 c 
Kingslej (Canon) in, 26 m 10 6 

— Life Saving Stations, Survey to Establish, 
24/6 d 

'< Louisiana Question," 9/ 18 a 

Luoy Furnace at Pittsburg, 2Q m 10 6 

Manchester of, 17 / 4 s 

— Massachusetts Prohibitory Liquor Law, 15 
i 10 a &/ 

Mercantile Marine, Betum ol^Vl jl c 

Mississippi Dredging of, 24/6 « 

Naval Fleet, 12 m 7 6 

New York, iiight of Meeting in, SO / 9/ 

— Communist Gathering in, 9/ 12 a 
Unprecedented Distress in, 21/8 a 



— Ordnance Departaitsnt, 9/12 a 

— *' Patrons of Husbandry," Betum of, 15 j 
10 a 

*«National Grange" of, 27/12 a 

— Pennsylvanian New Constitution, 10 m 4/ 

— Pensions to Soldiers and Siulors, 18 wt 5 c 

— Phelps, Dodge & Co., Exculpated from 
Fraud, 10 m 5 6 

— Postal Contracts, 6i 7 o 

— Prohibitory Liquor Law, 9 /* 12 a 
in Massachusetts, 18 m 4/ 



— Public Debt, Monthly Statement, 8 ; S 6— 
15 i 10 a-^ / 12 6—24/6 d—S m 5 6—18 »i 
5 c 

— Besnroption of Specie Payments, 6 ; 6 e 

— Bevenne Fntuds, 18 m 5 c 
Betums, 7 ; 10 6—9/12 a 



— Bobbery of a Passenger Train in Missouri, 
24/6 </ 

— South Carolina's Statement on the Taxes, 
17 IN 6 « 

— Supreme Court of , 20 ; 5 6 

— Tammany Fran Js, Flight of Genet, 67 7 a 
Trial of Ex-Mayor Uali and others, 6 J 



76 



TIpperary Fund, Ij 10 6 
Virginian Finance, 80 m 7 c 
Virainius, Surrender of to, OJ 7 6 
the Survivors, 16 i' 5/ 



— Ways and Means, 22 j u 6 

— Woman's Whisky War, 25/6 a— 8 m 10 a 
—11 m 12 a— 12 m 7 «— 17 i« 5 €—18 m 6 d-^ 
26 m 10 6 

Summons to Surrender Served on all 



on 
Tavern &c. Keepers, 18 m 5 / 

MS aUo New York and IJiriTBD Statbs. 

American Antiquities, 9^ 5 c 

Fish CulturisU* Association, 17 m 5 « 

— 1. Guy Fawkes, 26/6 e 

Iron and Stoei Association, Me Ijiok. 

Legation, Sj 7 9 

Love of Enghind, 10 m 4 </ 

Parcel Post, 1 1 w 9 / 

Pilgrimage, 80 m 7 / 



American Postal Orders, 6J 7 d 

Provincial Trade, 18 m 7 a 

Bailway Investments, 80 m 8 </ 

Weather, 11 m 12 s 

Amphlett (Btchard Paul) New Baron of tho 

Exchequer, Sketch of, 22 y 12 <f-.26i 11 c 
Ancient Britons, Society of, 159th Anniversary, 

2 mil/ 
- — Famine Subscription.List, 19 m 5 </ 
Order of Druids, Annual Meeting, 2^ 6 a — 

6/9/ 
Anderson (Sir James) on the Light Cable Ques- 
tion, 14 / 7 a—l 8 / 6 a 
Andrew (Edwin) on the Sallord Election, 17 y 

12 <i 

on the Opetalioa of the Ballot, 11/8 r 

(Frederic) on Chanty Electioneering, 17 j 

12 d 
Anecdote of President Lincoln, 23jAf 
Angelo (Michael) Proposed 40dth Anniversary 

of theBirtiiof,6/liy 
Angling in tho Thames, 8 m 11 / 
Anglo-German Dinner at Berlin, 6i 7 c 
Annuities for Nurses, 80 ; 4 / 
Anonymous Munificence, 8 i 9 / 
Anti-Centenorianism, 7 jll f 
Anti-Druidioal Politics, the Saiurdav Ueviete on, 

5j 12 a 
Anti-Income Tax League, Deputation to Govern- 
ment, 7 m 8 6-^10 fM 6/ 

the Guildhall Bef used for, 10 w 9 « 

Anti-Permissive Bill Men at Khodc Island, 17 / 

10/ . 
Antiquarian Discevories — Bone Caves of tho 

Wye, 6 m 10 6 

at Beddington, 26 in 10 c 

at MyoensB, 28 si 9 6 

on the Shores of the Sea of Marmora, 28 m 

7c 

in the Troad, 26^ \0j 

AntoneUi (Card.) Illness of, 16i 5 6— 17 J 5 6 
Antwerp Cathedral, 19 m 5 6 
Apparel and Slops, F<xport Betums, 17 j 5 e 
Appeal and a Threat of a Working Man, 12/7 

«— 18/6 d 
Applied Science, 5 m 12 c 
Aquinas (St. Thomas) 600th Anniversary of, 17 

Ml2/ 

Arab and his Barb, 17 m 18 6 
Arbuthnot (Mayor) at Hereford, Hj7 e 
Arch (Joseph) and New ZeaUnd, 1 J 10 c 

and the Liver|>ool Homo, SjlOb 

at Swindon, Sj id 

Archangel Marine Insurance Company, 81 / 5 c 
ABGHE8 te. OOUBT:— 

Bkke V. Iloadley and Howe, 18/9 « 

re Bev. John Edwards, 20 / 11 e 

Evans v. Dodson, 6/ 11 c 

Exeter Cathedral Beredos Case, 8 / 4 c— 8 1* 

7«-9>7cf— lOyiOc 

Fagg and Mummery v. Lee, 17jlOd 

Moody V, Bandolph, 28 m 11 a 

Vicar of Tottenham &c t\ Venn and Fox, 

26 M 11 a 

Walsh V, Bp. of Lincoln, 13 w 11 6 

Wilson r. Venn, of lid 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Argyll, and theltles (Bp. of) Coniecration of, 2G m 

9/ 
Aruold (Arthur) on the Summer Palace at Pekin, 

11 HI 12/ 

(T. J\) on Compulsory Education, 6 m 7 </ 

Art Needlework, 25 m 8 a 

School of, 7j 12 a— 6 m 9 « 

Artificial Bad Nests, 16 m 9 < 

Artisans' Labourers* and General Dwellings, 16 

m 6 e ' 

Artist in Bu tter, 24 tn 4/ 
ASKAHTEE WAB:— 

Account of Coomassie, 17 m 12 6 

of the First Victim, 6 ; 9/ 

Amateur Performance in Aid of the Widows 

and Orphans from the War, 17 m 12 d—2i m 

12 d 

Applied Science, 5 m 12 c 

Artillery in, 18 m 6 c 

— Attack on Chamah, 2ljSa 

Battle of Acromboo, 2 m 6 a 

of Amoafal, 8 m 9 /— 5 m 10 b^7 m 10 a 



— 17wll/ 

After the Battle, 6 tn 5 c 

Return of Killed and Wounded, 



10 6 



7 in 



— Mr. Bright on the War, 15 j 9 < 

— Camp in the Bush, 28/5 c 

— Cape Coast Invalids, 1 4y 9 « 

— Captiyity at Coomassie, 2Ajd / 

— Capture of Coomassie, 21 /"O/— 27/9 / 

— of the King, 6 m 5 c 

— Conditions of Peace; 28/5 a 

— Death of Quaminagen a Seoondee Chief 
and Prisoner Dies, lOj o d 

— Deaths of Officers, 28/106 

— Departures and Prepmtions for, 2/5/ 

— Despatches, 5 m 10 6 

— Engagement at Fommanah, 18 m 8/ 
and Fantees, 24/10 6—27/8 6 

French View of the War, 6/8 o— 10 / 



12 6 



-~— the General and Officers Inyited to a 
Banquet at the Mansion House, 26 m 12 e 

Capt. Glover*s Force, 18 m 10 6 & e 

Capt. GloTer and Sir Garnet Wolseley, 4 



in 9/ 

Great Battle at Coomassie, 2G fdf 

Health and Tactics in the Bush, 21 ; 8 6 

—27 / 9 /•— 28 / 10 6 

the Illustrated Neics* Account of, 81 m 



12 6 



Inralids from, 6 m 5 i^l4 m 6/ 

King of Adimsi, 18 m 10 a 

the King's Test, 12/8 6 

Landing of the Troops at Portsmouth, 21 

»i 12 c— 24 ml2d 

Lecture of Major Knolly*s on, 12i 4 « 

Letter from Capt. Nicol, 7 m 10 c 

List of Killed and Wounded at Borumas- 

sie, 5 >n 9/ 

at Coomassie, 9 m 5 e 



OJ 



Madeira Sanitarium, Bj 6 a 

March Through Asbantee, 6 m 5 (f-^5 »i 



- the Bush, 21/10 a—23/6 d 



Asbantee War (contiiuted)» 

March to the Prah, 21/ 8 o 

Medical Press on, 18 m 5 6 

Preserving Health in, 16/9/ 

Native Auxiliaries, 4 in 9 /* 

Naval Brigade at, 24 / 4/— 5 m9J 

News about, 3 j 7/— 6 j 5 c— 67 5 rf— 6 ; 



9 e— 7 j 5 e— 8 ; 5 a— 9> 5 c— 10^ 5 d— 19 j 5 
a— 27 J 6 a— 27y 8 a—10/12 a— 12 fS a— 13 
/ 18 a— 28 / 6 a— 8 m 9 /— 10 m 10 a^21 m 
12 6 

Notes about, 5/4 d— 6 / 10 d— 7 ; 5 e— 8 



j 5 «— 12 / 10 a--18 j 8 c— 19i 10 rf— 21> 8 c 
—27 f 9 /— 8 in 5 d— 9 in 7 a— 10 m 10 rt—l« 
mdf 

Occupation of Becquah, 18 tn 9/ 

and Burning of Coomassie, 9 tn 5 a 



Official Despatches, 21 i 8 a— 6/9/— 6 

^ in 5 e— 9 m 5 c— 10 in 8 (f— 24 m 12 a 

News from, 11/12 6—4 m 9/ 

Our Policy oh the Gold Coast, IjlOe 

Prospects in, 21 ; 8 c 

Special Correspondent on, 20 j 5 c 



Outrage at Bullam Shear, 12/8 6 

Overtures for Peace, 18 in 10 6 

Preliminary Negociations for Peace, 1 2 

m 10 d 

Promotions, 10 i 6 d 

— 42nd Regiment at, 9 m 7 a 

Retrospect of, 18 in 8 a 

Return of the Troops, 18 in 5 6—16 m 12 

a— 19 m 8 6—20 m 12 e— 28 m 14 a— 80 m 9 a 
on the Road to Coomassie, 2/10 </— 4 /* 



10 «-- 6/5 6—17/8 a— 18/9 /*- 19/12 c 

Rockets for, 5j 4 d— 9 ; 12 a 

Royal Asbantee Umbrella to be Exhibited 



in the South Kensington Museum, 28 m 9 6 
Capt. Sartorius's Maroh Through, 17 m 



12/ 



Sergeant Lewis's Account of the March 
Through, 6 m 5 </ 
— Ship News, 1 j 6 a 
Sick and Wounded at, 27 m 10 d 

Sir Garnet Wolseley at Cape Coast 



Ciistle, 17in 12 c 

Skirmish at Borumassie, 4 m 9 /— 18 w 



Submission of the King and First Instal- 
ment of Indemnity, 10 m 5 a — 11 in 11/ 

- and Terms of Peace, 17/ 13 c— 1 1 m 



11/ 
Telegrams, 14 ; 5 a— 5 / 9/— 13 fd «— 

17/8 a— 19 /12 0-10 ffi 5 a— 11 m 11/— IG 

m 5 a 

Treaty for Peace, 18 m 10 c 

Noncommissioned Officers Wives, &c., 28 

/10 6 

. War Fund, Notes about, 81 in 8 c 

Indemnity, Notes about, 9 fl2d 



Asp^t Paving, Notes about, 9 j 5 c— 17 jGb 

Meeting of the Various Companies, lojGb 

Assam, War on the Border of, 6i 5 6 

Assault Tariff, Necessity for Possessing, 2G in 5« 

Associated Chambers of Conuncrce, 7 in C e — 1 7 

m 14 c — 19 in 6 e 
- — Deputation of to the Government, 28 m 8/ 



A ^.S-Ai _« T -. 



T9i._.^S^~. Y/\ i* _ 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmeb^s indisx to '* the tihks " kewspaper. 



Bon 



Asjlnm for the Deaf and Dumb, IB ; 12 e 
Atlantic Storms, 26 in 9 / 
Atlas Assurance Office, 28 in 6 a 

Marine Insurance Cdmpany, 21 m 10 a 

Attorney- General and Solicitor-General, 8 ; 10 6 

Attorneys Certificates, Return, 10/10 a 

and Solicitors, Final Examination, 5 m 11 6 

—18 m 11 / 

^ewBillBdatingto, 80 m 10 a 

Aubrey (W. H. SO on the Proposed Ck>nimission 

on the LsA>our iSaws, 20 m 8 e 
Auction Frauds, 27/7 a 
Augmen tation of Benefices, Return, 80 w 10 6 
AUBI&ALIA:-- 

Agricultural Prospects, 27 j 4e 

Banquet to Sir Alfred Stephen on Itctirlng 

from the Bench, 27 j 4/ 

Christmas in, 19/5/ 

Coal,27>4rf 

Commercial News, 81 m 12 6 

Cricketing at Melbourne, 18 / 5 cf— 18/5 a 

—19/5 «— 17 m 7 6—80 w 7 c 
Death of Turner Clarke, an Australian 



Millionaire, 19 m 7 j 

— Education, 13 m 10 6 

— Elections, 24 m 4 <i 

— Explorations in, by Capt. Warburton, 19 / 
12 b— 20/7 c— 21/7 c— 23/11/— 18 m 5 d 

— Export Returns, 8/12 h — 4 9n 6 b 

— Exports of Breads tu£fs, 18 ; 5 d 

— Mdbounie, the New Postal Terminus, 24 

Nl4<f 

Unirersity Opened to Women, 27^ 4/ 



Mining, 27^ 4 e— 24 m 4 </ 
Ministerial Changes, 18 m 10 « 
MiioeUaneous News, 25/12 a 
Parliament Prorogued, 27^ 4 e 
Work of the Session, 27^ 4 1 



Railway Extension, 27^ 4 d 

Religious Dlfilculty in, 6/ 11 / 

Riot at Clunes, 19/5 e 

Strikes in, 18 m 10 « 

Tariff and Abolition Bill, 27 y 4 d 

Weather in, 8/ 5 .6 

Wool Trade in, 27 / 4 « 

Australian Agricultural Company, 21 j 6 a— 4 / 

11a 

CoalMines, 4/lla 

Gold, Imports of, 14 i 8 /— 24 f^ t 

' — Meat Agency, 26/7 6—5 m 5/— 6 m 7 / 

Trade, \0m9d 

Wines for the London Exhibition, 27> 4 s 

— - and American Mail Service, 6 m 6 6—9 m 7 

c— 10 m 6 a— 12 m 6 <i 

and New Zealand Mad Serrice, 20/6 6 

ATOTBIA:— 

Budget, 21 m 12 a 

Church and State in, 6 m 6 6 — 7 m 5 a -10 

m 5 6 -12 m 5 6—18 m 5 a— 19 m 5 a— 21 *h 12 

4— 28m6<f 

Court CircuUr, dj 6 6—2/12 6 

the Emperor at St. Petersburg, 14 / 12 



a— 16/10 rf— 17/7 6—18/8 «— 19/8 a— 19 
/ 12 6—28 / 6 tf— 26 / 12 6—28 f 12 6—0 w 
10 6 
— Currency, 17 m 7 a 



Austria (continved), 

Czech Party in, 8 ; 8 6 

Decorations, 9^ 5 c 

Diplomatic News, 28 »i 7 6 

Ecclesiastical QuesUons, 21 j 5 6—22 j 5 6 

—9 fs A— 11 m7 a 

Laws in, 16 m 5 6 — 17 m 7 a — 18 mo a 



— Fhiance, 9/5 6—28 / 1 2 6 

— Jesuits in, 80 m 7 6 

— Letter of the Emperor to his Ministers, 10 
/12 a 

— Newspaper Tax, Retention of, 21 /* 12 6 - 

— Proceedungs in the Reiclisrath, 2 m 5 6 — 5 
m 5 6 — 25 in 5 a 

— Railways, 11 / 12 a 

— Retrospect of the Past Year, 6 ; 10 c 

— Riot at Pcsth, 10 m 5 6 

— and Russia, 12/8 a— 9/5 6— 11 / 12 «— 18 
m 5 6 

— State Reliefs m, 21 / 10 c 

— Taxation, 14/ 12 a 

— South Tyrol Independent Diet for, 17 m 
7o 

— Vienna, Camiral in, 28 / 10 a 
Exhibition — Honours Awarded to Repre- 



sentatives, Sj 9/— 9i 6 rf— 10 i of— U fid 
Meeting of British Commissioners at 



Marlborough House, 12 m 6 a 

Paper on the Dome of, 11/12 e 



Austrian Embassy, 2 m 9 s— 23 m 9 6—80 m 7/ 
Autographs, Price Sale List of a Collection of, 

16/6/ 
Autotype Process, 25/ 10 e 
Arenues, from Gardiner^s Magazing, 0j9f 
Azores Isles Apply tor a United States Protec- 
torate, 6 m 5 6 

B. 

Bacon, Import Returns of Foreign, 12/ 7d— 17 
mR f 

Badin Anniversary, 22 ; 9/ 

BaUey (Rev. T. J.) on the Play Ground for 
Drury Lane, 22^ 8 c— 27 / 10 e 

Baker (T. B. L.) on Police Inspectors of Nuisan- 
ces, 18/7 6 

(Lt. J. A.) Geographical Notes on the Ex- 
pedition in Central Africa, 27 j h b 

rSir Samuel) Banquet to, at Brighton, 20y 

and Dr. Livingstone, 18 / 10 6 

on the Nile Basin, 23 »« 5 rf 

Turner's Company Present the Freedom 

of their Company to, 6 m 6 e 
Balance Sheet of 1873, 27 m 7 a 
*' BalakUva " Man, Donations for, 12 m 6 a 
Balfour (Major Gen.) on the Bengal Famine, 19 

j 12 a 
Ballot Act, Notes about, 28/ 10 / 

Voting by, sm Elections. 

Notes about, 5/ 10 c 

Balzac Reminiscences of, 25 m 10/ 

Banim (Michael) App^ for in his Old Age, 24 

wQ e 
Bank Forgeries- Award to those who Assisted 

in Capturing the Forgers, 1^66 
Holyday, and the 12th. 7 m 6 a 



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[Jao. 1 to 



BANEIKa:— 

Alliance,8;efl— 17i6a 

Anglo-Califomian, 6 m G a 

■ Foreign BankiDg Companj, 23 m 8 a 

Gennan Bank at Hamburg, 3 »i 6 a 

— — Hungarian, 16 j 6 a 

— ^ Italian, 2/11 c 

Australian Joint Stock, 17 m 8 a 

"— — Austrian National, 14 t' 12 a 

.--<— Backhouse & Co^ of Darlington Centenary 

Celebration of their Foundation, Sj 5 a 

Bank of Australasia, 3 m 6 a 

of Belguim, 21> 6 6—2/ 12 *— 21 fO a 

—28 m 7 6 

of Bengal, Sj 8 6—9 J 5 c— 9 j 6 a— 16j 



5 a— 10/12 a— 12 m 5 6—18 m 6 6 

of British Columbia, 21 m 10 a 

of North America, 25 im 7 a 

of Egypt, 20 ) 7 rt 

of England, Weekly Ketums, 2 i 7 6, two 



fiortces— 9 ; 6 6 & c— 16 J 6 6, two ao^iWs— 23 j 
7 6, two notices — 30/ 7 a, furo notictM — 6 /7a 
& 6—13/7 a &d— 20/6 6, two notices— 27/7 
a & 6—6 M 6 a & 6—13 m 7 o & ^-20 m 6 6 & 
c^27 itt 7 a & 6 

Arerage Amount of Bullion Held by, 



21 J 6 0—ldJ 7 a— 21 m 10 a 

Consols, 2/11 c 

DiTidend Declared, 13 w 7 a & 6 

Notes in Circulation, 2/7 1—9 j 6 6— 



16 fit 6 6—23 / 7 6-30 J 7 a-Cf 7 «— 13/7 a 
—20/ 6 6—27/7 a— 6 lii 6 a— 13 m 7 a— 20 m 
7 6—27 m 7 a 

of France, Weekly Returns, 3 j 3 6—9 ; 



fi 6—12 J 6 6—16 j 6 6— 17 j 6 c- 23 j 5 a— 24 
/ 6 /— 30/ 6 a— 6/ 6 6—7/ 7 6—13 / 12 a— 
14/7 d—20j 12 a— 21/ 6 d— 28/ 6 fr— 6 m 5 
a— 7 m 6 e— 13 m 5 a— 14 m 6 <f— 20 »t 12 a— 
21 m 10 6—27 m 5 a— 28 m 6 c 

of Frankfort, 30/5 6 

of Holland, 17/ 6 c— 3 / 12 «— 17/12 a 



—21/6 a 

of Paris, 31 m 12 a 

of Prussia, 6/ 6 a— 12/ 6 6—20/ 5 6—4 



/12 6—11/12 a— 18/ 5 a— 27 / 5 6—4 vi 5 6 

—11 m 7 €1—18 m 5 a— 28 w 5 6 

of Senria, 19 m 6 a 

of Spain, 12/12 a 

of South Australia, 2/ 7 a 



— Bankers' Clearing Home, 2/7 6—9/ 6 <^- 
16 i 6 6—23 / 7 6— 30i 7 a— 6/ 7 a— 13/7 d 
—20/6 6—27 f7 6—6 im 6 6—13 m 7 6—20 m 
7 <v-27 m 7 6 

Returns, 2 m 5 c 



— Birmingham Joint Stock, 23/ 7 a 

— British and Foreign Exchange and Inrest- 
ment Bank, 7/7 a— 16/7 a 

— Central of ILondon, 12 ;' 6 a — 7 mGa 

— Chartered Bank of India, Australia and 
China, 26 m 7 a 

— City, 10 / 7 a 

— and County, 10 / 7 a 

— Commercial Banking of Sydney, 23/ 7 6 — 
17 IN 8 a 

— Comparison of the Bank of England with 
the Price of Consols and French Rentes, 2/7 



I «« • j% I 



M • /* I 



#• f 



0/\ ^ #T 



e> *^t 



Banking (continued), 
a—lSf7 a— 20/ 6 6—27 / 7 a— 6 si G a— 13 
m 7 a— 20 m 7 i^— 27 m 7 a 

— Consolidated, 9/ 6 a 

— — Dudley and West Broomwich, 27/ C a 

— Engliah, Scottish and Australian Chartcrcil, 
26;6a 

•^— German of London, 4 m 6 a 

Glamorganshire Banking Company, 12 / 

7d 

— Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking C - 
pany, 25/7 a 

Imperial, 16/ 6 a 

— - International of Hambui^g and London, 21 
m 10a 

Irish Note Circulation, 13 i 6 6—10/7 6 

Jersey Joint Stook Bank, 20 9 7 c 

Joint Stock of London, 6/ 7 a 

Lancashire and Yorkshire, 19 /6 a 

Leicestershire Banking Copapany, 16/ 7 a 

— Liverpool and North Western, IC j 6 a 
Lloyd's BaLking Company at Birmingham, 

2/11 c 

London Banking Association, 7 m 6 a 

Joint Stock Bank, 9/ 6 a -16 i 6 a 

Mexico and South America, 16 m 6 6 

and County, 28/ 11 a— 30/ 7 a^GJ'7 a 

-28/7 a 

and Frandsoo, 24/7 a 

'■ and Hanseatic, 18 /6 a 

and ProTincial, 23/ 7 a 

and South Western, 17/ « a— 20/7 k 

and Westminster, 8/6 a— 22 /6a 

— — and Yorkshire, 16/ 6 a 

Mercantile of Sydney, 13 1» 7 a 

Merchant Banking Company of London, 6 

M6a 
^^Metropolitan, 8; 6 a 
•^— Midknd Banking Compainr, 15 1 6 e 
National, 15/ 6 e 

■ of America, 21/12 c 
-^— of Australsia, 7/ 7 a 
of Belgium, 16 m 5 6 

' of Ireland, 28 mi 6 c 
Provincial of England, 6 m 6 a 

■ of Scotland, 8/ 5 a 

— ; of Spain. 26/12 a— 28/12 6—23 w 7 6 

—24 tM 5 a— 30 m 8 a 
New Bank of Bombay, 20/ 7 a— 27/ 6 a 

■ London and Brazilian, 28 m 6 a 
York Associated Banks, 12/5 6— 19/ 5 

^^26/ 5 6— 2/12 ^— 9/6 c— 16/6 6—23/5 

6—2 m 5 6—16 m 5 5—23 im 7 c— 30 m 7 c 

North Western, 2Zj7 f 

Nottingham Joint Stock Bank, 15 j 6 c 

•^ — Oriental Bank Coporation, 28 m 6 a 

Parr's Banking Company, 19/ 6 a 

Private and Joint Stock Banks, Cir«:ula(1on 

Returns, 21 / 6 a— 19/ 7 a— 21 m 10 a 
Scotch and Irish Banks, Circulation Ro- 

turns, 21 / 6 a— 19/7 a— 21 91 10 a 
Amount of Specie Held by, 21/ 6 6—19 /* 

7 a— 21 m 10 a "^ 

Staffordshire Joint-Stock, 12/ 6 a 

Standard of British South Africa, 9 w 7 c 

Stock, State of Shares, in ciwry day** navtr 



Star. 81, 1874.] PALMEB'S IKDEX to '^ TSB TIHEB ** KSWdPAPKB. 



Baa 



BawTriwg {eontinuei). 

Union Bank of London, 9/6 0^15/ 6 e 

West of England and South Wales District, 

17)6d 

Western of Scotland, 17 m 8 <f 

Wigan Old Bank, 19/ 6 a 

Wilts and Dorset Banldng Company, 9 / 

Ga 

Wrights of Nottingham, 9 m 7 e 

York City and County Bank, 2y 11 <; 

• Yorkshire Ba nking Company, 6/76 

BAKKBUFTCIBS :— 

Alexander, Frederick, HfSf 

AUeock, F., 28 i 6 /■ 

Allen, J^ 25 m 5 / 

Wm.,14/5/ 

Ambrey, Thomas, 21 f7 a 

Andrew, W., 4/ 7 c 

Apsley, John, 25 /* 8 -5 

Archer, C. R., 17/ 8 a— 21 j hf 

Arthur. T.. 10^8 6 

Ball*, Harold G.. 31 / 5 ft 

Baxter, Joseph Holmes, 10/ 8 & 

Beardiell, Charles, W fSd 

Bedford, John, 14 m 8 a 

Bell, J. G., 11/6 rf 

Bdton, W., 28/ 6/ 

Bent; Jane, 10/ 8 b 

Berwick, W. D., 17/ 8 a 

Bescoby, Edward, 14i 8 b 

Bettlo, WiUiam, 14/ 8 6 

Bickerton, W., 25/8 c 

Bird, Isaac, 14/6/ 

Black, A^ 14/6/ 

Bonld and Jam^ 14/ 8 h 

— • Brenmer, Geo. Wm., 4 m 8 6 

Broady, A., 11 m 9 b 

— • Brook, Andrew M., 7 m 7 <i 

Brown, Samuel, 17/ 8 a 

■ and M'Laron, 21 m 8 6 

Browning, John, 18 / 8 A 

Brodziak, Lewis, 14 f 5/ 

Bunco, Wm., 10/ 8 b 

Buigess, William, 21 m 8 b 

Butcher, James, 14; 8 6 

Cameron, D., 28 m 8 6 

J., 14/ 8 6 

Camp, T., 28 w 8 6 



Campbell, C, 21 m 8 6 
~ J., 28 m 8 fr 
— Malcolm, 28 m 8 6 
Cannhig, H. J., 21/7a 
Carew, Henry G., 14 fSf 
Carter, Kobert, 3/ 6 a 
Catchpole, Joseph, 14 m 8 a 
Chalmers, A., 24/ 7 a 
G., 4 m 8 b 



— Clarke, C. L., 11 m 9 fr 

— Cleland or Logan, Margaret, 7/8 a 

— CWment, J. W., and Son, 21/ 6/ 

— Cochran and Hay, 7 ml a 

— Cohen, Lewis, 17/ 8 a 
Solomon, 31/ 6 6 



Cole, Bobt., 7 m 7 a— 14 m 8 a 

Colyer, Edw., 18 m 6 b 

Condon, John, 14/ 8 b 
rv«nw*«iAw n p n 11 



A 



Bankruptolea {continued), 

Coures, G. W., 1 ml 

Craigie, J., 4 m 8 b 

Crawford, John, lOi 8 h 

Crosley, Edwin U., 26/8 c 

Gushing, James, 7/ 8 a 

Dalgety,J.,28/6/ 

Dallas, A., 7/8 a 

Daniels, Geo. Samuel, 7/ 8 a 

Dauris, J., 1 ml a 

Davis, H. A., 28/ 6 / 

Dentz, James, 3 ; 6 a 

Dicksen, W., 25 m 6 /* 

Doughenty, J., 17/ 8 a 

DoughuLJ-f 18 »i 6 b 

Downs, William, 21/6/ 

Dray, A. H., 21/ 7 a 

Duncan, C, 8/ G a 

W. A., 18/8 5 

Diimon, L., 28/6 f 

East, Edward, 14; 8 b 

— - Edlund, J. L., 7 m 7 a 

Elleby, John, 14 /" 6/ 

EUiott. James, 28 / 6/ 

W. C, 11 m 9 5 



Ellis, J. W., 21 m 8 b 
Evans, Edward, 31 ; 6 b 
John Owen, 18 m 6 b 



— Farmer, T. M., 7 m 7 a 

— Farrow, W. M., 28 f 6/ 

— Fielden, James William, 7/ 8 a 

— Florenstein, L., 17/ 8 a 

— Foley, Thomas James, 28 m 8 b 

— Forrest, W., 10/ 8 b 

— ForwoGMd, Heniy Peplow, 11/6 d 

— Foulkes, R, 11 m 9 b 

— Fowler, James, 28/5/ 

— Franklin, Benj., 4/7 e 

— Eraser, W., 7 ni 7 a 

— Freoling, Jas. Edw., 28 m 8 b 

— Frost, W., 4 /•7 c 

— Full wood, Eiw., llftd 

— Fulton, J., 14 m 8 a 

— Gale, B., 7 m 7 a 

— Garwood, Ebenezer, 14/6 / 

— Gilchrist, W., 14 m 8 a 

— Gilpin, Thomas, 14 ; 8 b 

— Godrich, F. jun., 18/8 b— 21 f 7 a 

— Goodwin, Atfred, 17/ 8 a 

— Gordon, J. Jun., 10/ 8 b 

— Gorton, Anne, .J H., and S. Latchford, 28 
m8b 

— Grant, J., 10 ; 8 b— 4 m 8 b 

— Gray, James Thomas, 7; 8 a 

— Green, J, lun., 14 / 8 b 

— Griffith, Mary, 18 w 6 b 

— Guthrie, J., 11 fb d 

— Guy, J., 8; 6 a 

— Haffmaier, P. H., 25 m T/ 

— Hafiev, J., 21 m 8 b 

— Halliday, John, 28 m 8 5 

— Hamilton, A. H. C, 24 ; 7 a 
Robert Wm., 21 m 8 b 



Harris, Henry Lewis, 10/ 8 b 

Hart, B., 28/ 6/ 

- PhiUp Woodrow, 31; 6 b 



Baii 



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?ALIfEK S INDSX to '^ TflS TUCES mBWSPAPSlU 



[Jan. Iai6 



BuikmptdM (cQfi/tniied). 

Hawks, Joaepli, 28mSb 

Heath, W., 26 m 6 / 

Hedges, F., 2Aj7a 

Henckel, C. F., 7/8 a 

Henniiigs, Htnry, 7/S a 

Hockzeina and Ommeran, 8 / 6 a 

Holland, W^ 11 m 9 6 

^ — Holmes, George^ 4/7 r 

Howifon, J^ 17 J 8 a 

Hughes, Wm., 28 m 8 6 

Hnnt^ George, 25/8 e 

Huzsej, Joshua, 7 ml a 

Irving, C. A., 28 /"fi/ 

W., 7 TO 7 o 

Jack, J. W., 14 m 8 a 

Jacobs, M., 17^ 8 a 

•^— Jagger, John, 7 m 7 a 
— ^ Jenkins, John, 10 ; 8 6 

Johnston, J., 28^ 6/ 

Jonea» Frederick, 25/8 c 

J. G., 14/ 5/ 



Kelham, George, HjSb 
Kerr, D^ 26 / 8 c 
King, George Clift, 7 m 7 a 
James, 14/5 /• 



T. B., 21 m 8 



Kirkland, J., 4 m 8 6 
Kirkpatrick, J., Ilm9b 
Laing, J., 81j 5 6 
Lampard, Stephen, 18/8 6 
Langan, John, 17 ^ 8 a 
Langlej, Edmund, 17 J 8 a 
Large, James, 8 i' 6 a 
Lawrie, W., 17/8 a 
Lawton, Jarres, 7 j 8 a 
Lennie, James Campbell, 14 m 8 a 
Lester, J. C, 28^6/ 
Lewis, R. W., 28 m 8 6 
Ley, James, 21 j 6/ 
Lodge, B., 1 1 m 9 6 
Long, J. T., 11/6 rf 
Lonsdale, Bichaid, 17 f S a 
Lowe, W., 18/8 6 
Luck, L Wm., imSO 
Lnker, W. G., 11 f5 d 
Macdonald, C, \lj 8 a 
Mackenzio, J., 14 m 8 a 
Mackie,G., 7i8a 

— J., 10 / 8 6 

— W., 10 J 8 b 
Kacmill, J. M., 28 m 8 b 
M'Alister, J. O., 28/ 6/ 
M^Alirine, J^18/8b 
ACBiide, W., 11 m 9 6 
M'Cowat, J. and A., 2^fhf 
McDonald, J., 4/ 7 c 
M'Dougall, D., 24 y 7 a— 28^ 6/ 
M'Gregor, D., 28/6/ 
Mlntosh, W. J., 81 /5 6 
McLean, M., 4 m 8 6 
M*TairBh,W.,3i6a 
Mansell, E., 24 j 7 a 
Marchirio, John, 21 / 7 a 
Marquis, A. B., 14 i' 8 b 

— G^ 14> 8 6 

Harr, Mamret, 26/ 8 c 

14 



Bankmptdea {eonlinuti), 

Marshall, P. O'M. H^ 14m 8 a 

Martyn, S., 11 w 9 4 

Matheson, T., 24> 7 a 

Meldrum, J., 11 m 9 6 

Melville, T^ 11 in 9 6 

Metcalfe, John F^ 21 /'7 a 

Miles, Thom., 11/6 d 

Miller, J.^8 j 6/ 

Mills, A. W., 11 m 9 6 

Mitchdl, W^ 25/8 c 

Moore and Thrares, 17 i 8 a 

Morgan, Christopher, 81/56 

Morris, David, 14 m 8 a 

Morrison, T. C, 4 / 7 c 

Mosos, T., 7 m 7 a 

Moss, M. S., 18/8 b 

Mottram, George, 14^ 8 6 

Murray, D. H., 7; 8 a 

Nash, Albert, 14 m 8 a 

Neail, Jacob, 21 m 8 6 

Nicholson, Geo. Henry, 18 /'8 6 

NiooU, Henry, 4 m 8 6 

Noble, Mark, 14 m 8 a 

Oakeley. Bichard Banner, 4 /* 7 c 

Oflord, Wm. Geo., 4y 7 c 

*— aiMl Hermann, 7 fSa 
^— Ogden and Maude, 14 m 8 a 

Orr,A., 4/7c 

P. C, 17i 8 a 

W., 14 m 8 o 



Owens, W., 10 j 8 b 
Page, Isaac, 7 m 7 a 
— W. R., 11 m 9 6 
Park, WillUm, 81 i 6 6 
Parry, S., 28 ; 6 /• 
Peart and Glew, 28/5 f 
Peddie, A., 81 ; 6 6 
Phillips, B., 17/ 8 a 



Phipps, Paul Lewis, 14/5/ 
Pinches, E.W.,28> 6/ 
Pitchford, E. B. and A. T., 21 /* 7 a 



PoUard, John William, 7 m 7 a 
■ Porter, George, 17^ 8 a 

— and Ferridge, 18/8 6 
Pritty,J.,2iy5/ 
Ransome, Thomas H., 31/56 

— Rawnsley, John; 7 m 7 a 
Redwood, Mary, 21 wi 8 6 
Rhys, C.C, 28/8/ 
Riches, James, 4 m 8 6 
Roberts, J., 4/ 7 c 

— W.,4/7c 
Rodger, J., 11/ 6 d 
Rodman, S. S., 14y SJ 
Ross,D. S.,28/6/ 

— P., ll/5rf 

Rundle, Geo. Wm., 4 m 8 6 
Sadler, H. H., 8/ 6 a 
Salmond, J., lifSf 
Sanders, Joseph, 18/8 b 
Sayage, Joseph, 21 j 5/ 
Schofield, E., 25/8c 
Schwabe, S. H., Sj 6 a 
Scott, R. Jan., 7 m 7 a 
Scroxton, A. H., 25 ^"8 c 
SetcheU,Wm., 28/8 6 



ttar. si, 1874.] palmer's urokx to ^' the times " icbwspaper. 



San 



Bttakraptdes (eontimted), 

Sheffield, EmUjr, 7 ml a 

Simpson, J., 4 m 8 6 

Skeet^ Tho§. Jeffs, iJ7 e 

Sldpwoiih, James, lij 6J 

SmSlie, T., 17 j 8 a 

^— Smith, Samuel, jiiD., 18 m 6 6 

Snowden, Geo., 7/8 a 

Somen, J. B., 28 j 6/ 

Sproat, A., 26 m 6/ 

Steplej, H., 17 I 8 a 

SteTens, Alfred, 4 m 8 6 

Steward, C. A., U ; 8 6 

Stewart, G., 18/8 b 

Stiff and Flower, 2lf7a 

Still, K., 3 ; 6 a 

Sutherland, J. and A., 287 Ti / 

Tabbemer, John Londe, 31/56 

Tate, Susannah, 17^ 8 a 

Taylor, G., 18 w 6 6 

Henry, 21/7 a 

James, 17^' 8 a 

S..2iy5/ 

Tesh, J., 4/7c 

Thompson, John, 7j 8 a 

■ Toppin, Joseph, 14^* 8 6 

Toward, William, 11 /5 rf 

Tozer, JohD> 7jSa 

Tull, G., 10i'8 6 

Tuppcr, C. W., 31 job 

Vaughan, W., 11/5 « 

Vyse, H., 28 m 8 6 

Wadsley, George, 18 m 6 b 

Waldron, Henry, 11/10 J 

Walker, Tho*., 7j 8 a 

Walls, Joseph, 18 ^8 6 

Warrea, G., 26 to 6/ 

Watson, W., 26 m 6/ 

Wattle, J., 2Sj 6/ 

Watts, Joseph, 7 m 7 a 

— Weigert, Otto, 14/5/ 

Welsh, Thos., 25/8 c 

WestmoreUnd, F. G., 28/5/ ' 

Wheelan, J., Slj5b 

Wildgoose and Macclesfield, 24 j 7 a 

Wilkinson, T. G., 7 m 7 « 

Williams, John N., 28 m 8 b 

^W.L.L, 25/'8c 



Wilson, B. a, 28 / Of 

Wood, Joseph, 28 m 8 6 

Woodrnff, Thos. Fred., 7j 8 a 

Woodward, Richard Hale, 11/5 d 

Wyha, J., 18 TO 6 6 

Yates, W. E., 2Bj 6/ 

York, W. G., 21 TO 8 6 

Young, A., 14^ 8 6 

Zingler, Hen ry, 7/8 a 

BAHKBUPTCIEB ANKULLED :— 

Addison, George, 18/8 6 

Amott, William, 28 j 6/ 

Berry, Martha, 28/5/ 

Boutcher, Frederica, 14^ 8 6 

^— Brown, H., 11 m 9 6 

Dowliag, Edw. Plachet, 4/ 7 c 

Ewbank, Ck)Oper, 7/8 a 

Fisk, Charles, 21 m 8 6 

— Frejttadti Hermann, 14/5/ 



Bankruptcies Annulled (^continued), 

Garrett, Charles, 17 / 8 o 

Glorer, John Walter, 3ij 5 6 

— ^ Hammond, Abraham, 21 ; 5/ 

Hart, Henr}', 21 / 7 a 

tioult, Rachel, 24 y 7 a 

Howard, Wm., 14 m 8 a 

^ Howse, H. W., 4/ 7 c 

Jackson, William, 18 fS b 

PhiUips, PhiUp, 4/ 7 c 

Pope, Frederic, 23j6f 

Richardson, D. F. Fraser, 4 / 7 c 

Taylor, John, 14/ 5 / 

S., 28 TO 8 b 

Thompson, William, 17 / 8 a 

Trott, John, 14 m 8 a 

Turner, George, 18/8 6 

Watkinson, Thomas, 14 to 8 a 

Wilkes, Samuel, 24y 7 a 

Bankruptcy Act — ^Important Decision about 
E xecutions , 28/ 7 a 

BANKBUPTOT OOITBT :-- 

Days of Sittiags, in evtnf day^s jmper 

^— • Notice of Sittings for Last Examinations, 
10 i 8 6—21 / 5 f—2b f 8 6— 28/5/— 14 to 
8 a 

Public Examinations, 87 6 a— 7 j 8 a— lOj 

8 6—14/ 8 6—17 i 8 a— 21> 5 /*— 24 i 7 a— 28 
; 6/— 31 J 5 6— 4 f7 c— 7/8 a— 11/ 5 </— 14 
f^f—\»f3 6-21 f 70—20/ 8 6—28/5/— 
4 TO 8 6—7 TO 7 a— 11 to 9 6—14 m 8 a— 18 w 6 
6—21 TO 8 6—25 TO 5 /*— 28 to 8 6 

re Angerstem, J. C. F., 10 j 11 e— 12 / 11 c 

21 J 10 c 

re Barrett, 18 m 11 e 

re Beane, C. F., 21/11 6—28/11 rf— 25 to 

re Benjanun, Philip, 28 j 12 c— 20/ 11 c 

re Bilby, R. W., for Discharge, 14/11 c 

re Boubemard, Louis, 7/11 e 

re Brayshaw, Joseph jun., 31 to 11 s 

re Bright, Joseph, 10/11 d 

— re Brumlew, 26/ 11 

re Bunge, Hugo, Examination, 18 j 10 e 

rsBurr, W. A. and A., 19/11 c— 20; 7 a 

— 29y 11 6—14/7 a— 17/6 a— 18 / 11 6-28 
/7 a— 2 TO 6 a— 7 to 6 6—9 w 7 c— 11 m 8 6— 
26 TO 11 6 

re Buskin, H. M. P., 16 » 10 d 

re Casel, C. F., 24/11 c 

re Couldery, Thos., and Son, 17 to 13 a 

re Crossley, E. U., 18 m 11 c 

— re DeweU, William, 13 / 10/ 

— — Drew, D. J., Examination, 20/11 c 

re Dyer, Leon, 23 m 13/ 

re Edser, James, 9 / 11 (f 

re Elford, Henry, 21/11 6—12 to 11 c 

re FaUmlein, Emile, 5 ^ 11 e 

re Farmer, Louis, 5/11 e 

re Filipowski, Denizen, 13 j 10 / 

re Freystadt and Peiser, 10 j He 

— ^ re Godrich, Francis, jun., 25 m 11 </ 

re Gyll, Edw. Gordon, 14/11 c 

re Henderson, 10 to 10/ 

re Tiring, John, 25/ 11 c 

ex parte Isaacson, re Held, 26/11 c 

re Le Geyt, Rev, C. J., SO m 18 o 



Bin 



PAUfSB*S mDKZ TO ^^ TI» TdOES *^ XtWarAMB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Bftakmptcj Court Cccntinu^d). 

erparftf HaUidmy, re Childe, 80^ 10 d 

re HaiuoB, H. J., 6/11 e 

re Hardm, Alfred, 7 J 11 e 

rv Hodges, J. C^ U j 10 *— 16 ; 10/— 18/ 

11 ^ 

r re Holland, Wm^ 27 m 11 ^ 

Jay, Cooke & Co., Cj 6 c 

— ex parte Lake, re Childa, 26/ We 
re LawBon, William, 16j 10 « 

ex parfe Lore, re Jagger, 10 /* 11 «( 

— LjoQS, S. and L. J., 6 m 11 6 

re Macqueen, John Potter, 27^ 11 e 

— re M'Cormack, 7 m 11 & 

re Milbank, W. H. V., 20 m 11 a 

More, Wm. Thos. Henry Strange, for Dis- 

chai^ge, 13 / 10 « 

re Nicol, CoL H., 20 m 11 a 

Donald, 6/11 rf 

Oakca, Thos. Wm. Smith, Appointment of 

Receiver, 6 i 11 e 
Falma, Yisoonnt de, Examination, 15 / 10 c 

—11/11 d— 19y 11 rf— 6 m 11 h 

— re Peacock, to Restrain Ezecntions, 10 / 
11 <f 

re Peto, Betts and Crampton, 13 m 11 6— 

28 mil a 
re Pitchford, £. B and A. T., 21 j 10 c— 1<^ 

/7 o— 6 m 6 a— 6 « 11 6 

ex parte Poland, re Wright, 17 fll d 

~ ex parte Putnam, re Crawford, 26 m 11 </ 

re Reynolds, Richard, 23 n2 c 

Sampson, James, 7 / 10 e 

re Scarlett, E. G., 14/11 c 

re Strange, Fred., Examination, 14/10 h — 

18 m 11 a 
— — ex partf Tate, re Heyworth, 27 / 1 1 e 
.^— ex parte Treror, re Sonrafeogla, 10 la 10/ 
re Wilkinson, John, 28/11 d 

— re Wilson, Benjamin C, 12 m 11 c 
re Winchelsea, Earl of, Icy 10 e 

— re Yeoman, — , 18 m 11 e 
Joseph, Meeting, 29/ 7 a 



re Zin^er, Henry, Gj 11 if— 17 m 18 e 

Bankrupts, Cost of Prosecnting Fraudnlent, 28 

ml2/ 
Banks (Henry W.) on Bnrr's & Co's Bankruptcy, 

2m6a 
Bamum rP. T.) on Mr. Goldwin Smith's Libel 

on the Americans, 17 / 8 a 
Baronetcies Offered, 21 f9d 
Barry (Alfred) Lectures on Preaching, 12 m 5 c 
(£. M.) on the Houses of Parliament, 2 m 

10/ 
Bartfey (George C. T.) on Post OfBcc Savings 

Banks, 6 j 12 a 

Lecture on Thrift, 19/8 a 

Bath, Order of. Appointments, 26/8 a— 28/5 e 
Baths, Floating Swimming on the Thames, 22 j 

10 6-26^5/ 
Battersea Paik, 6 m 10 c 
■ Keepers and the Police, 13/11 e— 80 m 

14 6 
Battle of Norara, 26th Anniyersaiy, 24 m 6 6 
Baxter (W. H.) on the Malt Tax, 19 m 12 <f 
Beach (Sir M.) at Bristol, 21 i 7 a 
Bean (Adolphe) Right to One's Face, 18/ 10 6 



Bean (Hethert) on the Inhabited Houae Datj, 27 

m 7<f 
Bidwdl (F. A.) on Klrg'a College Hospital, Ac, 

2m6/ . 
Beecher (Rer. Mr.) Auctkm of Pewa at his 

Church, 23 1 10 e 
Beer and Ale, Export Retains, 17 j 9 s 
Beke (Charles) on Mount Sinai, 27/ 10 /—SO la 

(Dr.) Return of. IG m 6 6 

on the Sinai Expedition, 20 J 6/ 

Testimonial Fund, 19/6 c 

(Emily) on Mount Sinai, 19/5 c— 5 m 7 6 

—10 m 10 c 
Belgium Blue Book. 10 ; 7 cf 

Miscellaneous »cwb, 7/12 a 

Royal Marriage Proposed, Bf5b 

Projected Reyal Marriage, dOm7 6 

Belknap (Capt. Henry) on the Loss of the Vilk 

du ifavre, 16 ; 6 /* 
Bell (Henry Glassford) Sheriff, Cafc of, 14 i 7 / 

— 10io6 

the Scotsman on, 21 j 7/ 

the Spectator on, 19 7 5 b 

Bellegarde, Notes about, 7 joe 

Bells, at Bradford, 12^ 10/ 

Benett-Stanford (V. F.) on the Shaftesbury 

Election, 14/9/ 
Benerolent Society of St. Patrick, 18 m G 6 
Bengal Famine, see Ikdia 
Benisch (Dr. H.) on Judaism, 12 m 10 e— 13 m 7 

/— 26 M 9 / 
Bennett (Edw. B.) on Parochial Civil Wars, 5 j 

rJas. Gordon) on Dr. Livingstone, 30 m 7/ 

^John) on the Vigilance of the City Police, 

24 m 12 e 
Bcntley (Henry) on the Brewers and the Malt 

Tax, 17 m 6/ 
Berkeley (Grcnville) on the Fire at the Pantech- 
nicon, 2o fbf 
Berkley (W.) on the 25th CUuse and the 

Electisns, G/6/ 
Beriin and the Vatican, 27 / 10 f 
Bessemer Saloon Steam-boat Company, dm a a 
Bethnal Green, Appeal for the Poor of, 8^ 5 e 

Museum, Notes about, 16 m 8 6 

Poverty in, '-^l ; 7 e 

Bethune (A. M.) on the Peninsular and Oriental 

Steam Navigation Company, 28/7 a 
Bible, New lYanslation, Meetings of the {M 

Testament Revisers, 24j 7 a— 28i 9 e— 26/6 

f—2o m 6 6—28 mo c 
Bigamy, Allowed by Both Wives, 18^ 10 s 
Bigg (Charles) on the Pronunciation of Latin, 3 

jSc 
Billingsgate Market, 28 f9j 
BiUington (G. H.) on iRural Hospitality, 23 f 

11/ 
Bingley (Rev. J. C.) Appeal for the Family of 

Capt. Mann who Died a Noble Death, 28 m 9/ 
Binney (Rev. Thomas) Health of, 17 J 9 e 
Bird Catchers, 12 m 10 e 

Catching on Hampstead Heath, 18 m 5/ 

Slaughter, 19 m 12 c 

Biid*s Food and Man's Food, 21/11/ 
Birkbeck Property Investment Trust, 0/ 7 a 



ICar. $1, 1^74.] ' pauikb's vsmit to '* rat toob *' nbwspafkb. 



fil^ 



Birdwood (George) on n Catalogue of Cuirent 
Literature, 20/ 10/— 6 mlOd 

Birch (John) on Agricultural Labourers' Cottages, 
6/7/ 

BIBTHIL— In consequence of the Begistrar- 
General haying a complete Alphabeti^il List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects bom 
abroad, which cau bo inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times, 

Madrid (Duchess of^ a Daughter, 23 »i 7 b 

Marriages and Deaths, Uetnm of, 9/9/ 

Bishop of London*s Fund, 23/ df 

Bishops and the Church Services, Notes about, 
IdmGd * 

Confessional and the Non-conformists, 10 

Black Watch, 4 m 8 c 

Blackburn (J.) the Cliameleon Plant, 11 m 12 e 
BUckie (John Stuart) Pica for Greek, 8 ; 10 e 
Blautyre (Lord) on the Bengal Famine, 9/ 12 </ 
Blind, Education of, 28 > 9 /' 

Worker, 28 i 9/-3/ 1 1 c/— 3 ./' 10 b 

Blomfield (Rer. A.) on the Case of C. Buffam, 

19/ 7 A 
Bloomfield (Lady) on Annuities for Nurses, 30 ; 

Blocher (Marshal) Original Letter of, 19/11/ 

Blue Gum Tree, \0j 7 e 

Boars and Wolves in France, 27 j 9/ 

Bodkin (Sir W. H.) 24 w 9 / 

Bodleian Library, Donations to, 14 m 5/ 

Bolckow, Vaughan & Co^ 20/ G a 

Bolivia — ^Pioneer in, 3 7n 11 s 

Bolton, Home Rule Meeting at, 7j5/ 

— Liberal Demonstration at, 4 m 7/ 
Bompes (Rev. W. J.) Travels in the Arctic 

Regions, 27/7 6 
Bond (Dr. F. T.) on Chalk v. Coal, 27./ 12 b 
Bonner (O. F.) & Co., on the Minnesota Bonds, 

26 m 7 a 
Bonny, Cannibalism at, 6/12 ^—10/7 «— 13/ 

6e-18/5c 
BOOKS :*- 
^— Bible for the Young, 18 m 5 6 

— Catalogue of Current Literature, 7 j 10 a — 
8 J 11 c— 20 / 10 /--21/7 rf-27y 12 «— 5 m 
10 cf 

Early English Liturgy, Sale of, at Futtick 

and Simpson's, 14 j 10 e 

Export Returns, 24y 9 rf— 21/7 a 

Price Sale List of Rare Books and MSS., 

at Sotheby's, 19y 9 / 

TabuUted Return of Books Printed in the 

Past Year, 2 j 6/ 

Books, Times Column of New, 2j 12 e^^j 

6 6—6 j 8 c— 8 J 8 c— 9 / 12 6—12 j 8 r-14 i* 
12/— 16 J 8 o— ley 12 /*— 19j 12 /*— 2iy 12 e 
— &y 12 <— 23 i 12 e— 24 J 12 /•— 26 / 12 e— 27 
/ 11 /— 2/12/— 3/12/-4/12/— 7y 12 e— 
10/ 12/— 12/ 12 d—U /12 e— 16/ 12 e— 17 
/8 6— 18/11/— 20/12 d— 21/8 <f— 24/8 6 
—35/ 12 «— 27/12/— 28/ 12 /*— 2 m 12 d-« i 
m 8 6— 4 m 12/— 5 m 12 « &/— 6 m 12 «/— 9 m 



Books (continued)^ 

12/— 16 m 12 c— 18 m 12 s— 21 m 12/— 23 m 
14/— 16 m 12 /— 27 m 12/— 30 m 10 c— 81 m 

12/ 

Bp. Wilberforce*8 Pamphlets, 19 / 6/ 

Bore on the Severn, 23 m 7 e 

— Notes about, 24 m 10 a 

Bounty Board, Meeting, 2 / 10 c 

Bourbon (Auguste de) the Dauphin, 26 m 6 /" 

on the Rival Bourbon Chiimants, 3 m 10 c 

Bowles (Thos. Gibson) on the Straits of Malacca, 

3/10 rf 
Bowring (— ) on the Privilege of Parliament, 10 

yio/ 

Bowyer (Sir Geo.) on Home Rule and Fenian- 
ism, 19 w 7/ 

Boykett (Francis) on tho Chicago and North 
Western Railway Bonds, 26 m 7 a 

Boyle ( W. 11. A.) pn Good Friday, 19 »i 10 d 

Brabrook (E.) on the Civil Service Supply 
Association, G /3/— 10/11/ 

Bradford Bells. 12/10/ 

Brand of Com and the Steel Mcltcrsof Sheffield, 
28/12C 

Branson (W. P.) on the Consumption of Coffee, 
10 m 6/ 

BRAZIL :— 

t Bp. of Pemambuco, Trial of, 13 j 5 a— 16 j 

7 c— 16 m 6 6 

Commercial News, 14 j 5 6 — 16 J 7 c— 30 / 

6 6—10/12 0—11/12 6 

Defeat of Lopez Jordon, 16 y 6 «— 16^ 7 c 

Exchanges, 8 m 6 6 — 4 m 5 6 

Miscellaneous News, 19 m 5 a 

Release of the CuaiyabcL, IZjod 

Bremen International Exhibition, 13 ;» 7 a 

Brett, Milford, Pattenson & Co., on Messrs. 
Burr's Bankruptcy, 7/6 6 

Brewers and the Malt Tax, 17 m 6/ 

and the Government, Notes about, 17 y 7 /" 

Deputation to the Chancellor of the Exche- 
quer about, 24 m 8 c 

Licenses, Notes about, 27 m 7 6 

Provincial, Deputation to Government, 10 

v\ 6 t 

Bridwood (George) on a Catalogue of Current 
Literature, 7 ; 10 a— 20 /* 10/— 5 m 10 d 

Brigandage in Thrace, 13/11/ 

Briggs (T.) on the Free Breakfast Table, 13 m 
11/— 21 m 9/ 

Brigham Young, see Youko 

Bright (Rt. Hon. John) on Extempore Preaching, 
2jhd 

on Mr. Adderley's Attack on him, 7/6 6 

— * on the Ashantee War, 15^ 9 « 

at Birmingham, 2/6 6 

on the Brighton election, 20/10 r 

on Home Rule, 12 / 10 6 

on the Liberal Party, 4 m 7 /" 

Motements of, 6 m 7 6 

Brighton Aquarium, 21/6/— 28/7 e— 5 m 10 e 

— — Admissions, \jlOa 

British American Land Company, 27 m 7 a 

Columbia— Resignation of the Cabincr, 14 



/12 a 



News from, 5 m 11 </ 



Brl 



pauikr's nmsx to '' tbx tiuss ** vkv^spaptr. [Jan. 1 io 



British ConsulAr ChapUiint, 26 m 9/ 

Lftnd Company, 26 ; 6 a— 24 / 7 a 

— - Museum and Mr. Grate's MS8., 80 m Bf 

Marble Pillar, with Ancient Famine 

Subscription list, Presented to, by the Prince 
of Wales, 19 m 5 (/ 
-~— Orchestral Society, Second Series of Con- 
certs, 8 m 7 e 
^— Orphan Asylum, 5 mSh 

Election, 14 1 6 rf 

the Prince of Wales at the Festiral of, 



26 m 6/ 

— Possessions, Exports to, 25/ 12 c 

— Spirits, Return of Exports, 13/6/ 

— Telegraph Manufactory, 23 i 7 & 

— and Foreign Anti-Slayery Society's Address 
to Electors, 80 i 6/ 

Exchange and Investment Bank, 7 j7 a 



—16 /7a 

Marine Insurance Company, 177 6 a— 22 



jOa 



and Indian Medical Serrices — Successful 

Candidates, 28/12 c 
Briton Medical and General Life Association, 27 

m7 a 
Britton (F. J.) on Uniformity of Time, 6 m 6/ 
Brokers, List of Sworn, in the City of London, 5 

i 18 a 
Brooks (Shiriey) Illness of, iifl2d 
Brown (Isaac) & Co., on Asphalt Pavements, 17 

j66 
Browne (G. H.) on Lost Monastic Chronicles, 14 

m7 e 
Bmcswick Succession, 81 i 9/— 16/6 b 
Buckingham Palace, Paths by, 23/6 b 
Buckland (Franks Boro on the Severn, 23 m 

7e 

on Fish Culturo at Home, 21 f 10/ 

Buenos Ayres, Commercial Intelligence, 1 / 6 e 

Election of President, 7 m 6 a 

War News, 9 i 10 rf 

Bulkley (Miss) Account of her Bescne from the 

rtUedMHavre,BJ9f 
Bullion, Yield of Nortfi American, 6/8 6 
Bnllivant (W. de) on Light Cables, 17/6 b—2l 

Burdett-Coutts* Scholarship, Notes about, 8 j 
8/ 

Presentation of the Freedom of the City of 

Edinburgh to, 7j 7 6—17 ; 4 rf 

Burglaries, Notes about, 8 J 8.6—67 ^ ^ 

Burghury by Armed Men at Clewer, 81 m 12 fr 

at Nay land by Armed Men, 18/11 rf— 21 f 

lie 

— — at Great Brookham, the Mansion of the 
Dowager Marchioness of Cholmondeley, 28/ 
10 a 

at Twickenham, 20 ; 6 6 

Burgon (John W.) on Convocation, 24 /* 10 rf 

Bur& (Cnarles) Creditable Conduct of the Po- 
lice to, 18/116 

Burns (Dawson) on the Consumption of Alco- 
holic Liquor, 18 m 7 6—21 m 8 6 

Burt (Thos.) on the Colliers' Strike, 26 m 6/ 

Bushell (Dr. S. W.) a Journey Outside the 
'^-eat Wall of China, 11/12 b 

M Diaooverv of Gold in. 7 1 7 6 



Butt (Isaac) on the Irish and Scotch Wrongs, 3 / 

4 d 
Butter and its Adulteration, 7/ 11 6 

Dr. Tidv's Paper on, 19 y 6 /"— 12/ 6 e 

an Artist in, 24 im 4/ 

Foreign, Import Returns, 21 y 6 c 

Import Returns, 13 m 12 a 

Buxtor (E. N.) on Compulsory Education, 9 an 

7/ 
Byng (W. B.) Expected High Tide, 12 m 10 rf— 

28m7rf 

C. 
Cabinet CouncUs, 6^9 6—20; 9 e— 24 ; 9 rf— 28 
y 9/— 26/9 6—28/ 9 6—5 m 9 6— 13 m 9 d— 
17 m 11 6—19 ;« 9 6—23 m 11 /— 23 m 9/— 80 

w 11/ 

Dinner, 17/9 e 

Cabnen*s Benevolent Association, Donation to, 

lefob 
Cesarism and Ultramontanism, Notes about, 1 i 

Sc 
Caird (James) on the Agricultural Labourers^ 3 

y46 
Cairns (New Lord Chancellor) and the Land 

Transfer Bill, 21/ 5/ 
and Trinity College, Dublin, 26 m 6 6—28 

m 6 c 
Cairo, State of in Winter, 10 m 6 c 
California :— Abolition of Capital Punishment, 4 

m 10 a 
Bill to Recognhse Bhicks as Whites, 4 m 

10 a 

Chinese Immigration, 20 /"lO rf 

Chronicle and Sicn, Singular Proceedings, 4 

ml0 6 

Elections, 20/10 rf 

Grain Produce Returns, 20/ 10 rf 

Railways, 20/10 6—4 m 10 a 

Real Estate Sales, 20/10 rf 

Return of Precious MctaU Produced, 20 / 

10 d 

Sheep Fields, 20y 10 e 

Small Pox in, 20/ 10 rf 

Taxation, 4 m 10 a 

Two Volumes of Anti-Chinese Petitions 



Sent to Congress, 4 m 10 6 

Weather, 20/ 10 e 

Yosemite Vafiey, 20/ 10 e 

Calver (Capt. E. K.) on Dover Harbour, 17 w 
9c 

Calvert ^Fred.) on the Supreme Court of Appeal, 
7/7c 

Cambridge, Meeting of the Conservative Club 
at, 16 / 4 rf 

OAMBBIBOE UNIVEB8ITY :— 

Abbott Schohirship, 11/10/— 23 m 14 • 

Address to the Duke and Duchess of Edin- 
burgh, 11/10 /•— 16 m 9/— 17 m 9/ 

to the Queen on the Royal Marriage, 13 

/66 

Bell SchoUrs, Elections, 11 /* 10 /— 23 m 

14 6 

Botanic Garden Report, 81 i 7/ 

Chancellor's Classical Medals, 11/10/ 

Medal, Award, 4 m 6/ 



r!luaLiftt«.22f 12rf 



Mar. 81, 1874.] pju.inBR's index to " tbx tikes '' newspaper. 



Oat 



OunbridgB UniYexrity (continued). 

Classical Tripos Examination, 21/5 e— 27 

m 5 d 
— Congregations, 81 m 7/ 
County College, Election of Directors, 10/ 

12 d 

Debts &c. Amended Statute, IS fOe 

* Degrees Conferred, 2/12 rf— CJ^ 12 d— 13/ 

6 c— 16 fed— 27 f5 «— 28/8 c— 13 m 10/— 

28 7M 5 e 

Downing Collection, Election, 11/10/ 

Elections of Fellows, 26 »i 5 e 

of 'Members of Parliament, 3/12 c 



— Examinations fvr Degrees, 27 f o t — 30 m 
12/ 

— Examiners, ef\2 ct— 13 m 10 f 

— Higher Education of Women at, 12 ; 11 & 

— Ilulsean Prize — Award, 11/10 f 
Subject, 87 5 6 



Lecturer, Appointed, 11/10/ 



5/ 



International Law Scholarship, 18 7m 5/ 
Lecturers, Appointment of, 16 ; 9/ 
Lectures, 10 ; 9/— li)i 9/— 22^* 12 d— 4 m 



Lent Term Matriculation, 20/12 a 

Library Notices, 16 m 9y 

Local Examinations, 14 m 5 e — 17 m 7 f 

— Martin (Widow of Richard) Pension to, 27 
fht 

Mathematical Tripos, Examination, 1 ; 10 



c/— 3l7 9/-2/12rf 

— Members Prizes, 4 »« 6/ 

— Minor Scholarships — ^Awards, IQffid 
Modelling Club, 18/5 f 



Museums and Lecture Booms Building 

Fund, 27/6 « 

Open Scholarships, 28/8 c— 4 m 5/— 30 m 



12/— 31 m 7/ 

— Pembroke College, 2S fSc 

— Presentations, 18 »i 10/ 
Frizes — Subjects for, IGjO f 



Seatonian Prize — Subject, imof 

Sedgwick Memorial Committee, 12 m 5/ 

Prize Essay, 25 m 11 a — 26 m 5 e 

Smith Prizes— Awards, 10/12 b 

Strickland Ornithological Collection, 11 / 

10/— 27/5 e— 28 niBc 

Theological Examinations, 2Sfof 

Typhoid Ferer at, 29 j 10 f-SOj 5 (h-6 / 

Bd—T/Uc 

University Press, IG/Od 

Scholarships, Election to Vacant, 3 m 



10 b 



Winchester Reading Prizes, 18 m 5/ 

Worts Travelling Bachelors' Fund, ISfOe 

Cameron (J. C; on Co-Operative Enlistment, 4 

fit 8 c 
(Lt.) on the Death of Dr. Livingstone, 14/ 

9e 
Campbell (Dr. Archibold) on Indian Teas, 27 ; 

(Arthur £.) on Auction Frauds, 27 f7 a 

— ^Chazles^ on the Indian Famine, 2j 5/ 
(Ewen A.) Experience of a Railway Acci- 
dent, 12 1' 10 e 
GANABA:— 



.A /^^^._1 <— 



er /• 



Canada (continued), 

Elections, 26^ 6 fc— 31 j 6 a— 11/ 12 6—17 

/7e— 27to56 

Freshet in, 30 »n 7 a 

at Ontario, 29 ; 5 a 



— MisceUaneous News, 3 j 3 6—1 1/12 6—25 
/126 

Reciprocity Treaty with the United States^ 



2Bfl2b 

"Trade in, 2 / 10 a 

Canada Company, 27 m 7 c 

Oil, Lands and Works Company, 20j 7 a 

Canadian •* Lumber," 20 j A/ 

Parliament, 28 m 5 c— 30 m 7 c— 31 m 12 d 

Canals : — Central American Ship, 27/9 e 

Suez, 9 i 5 6— 13j 8 a— 20 j' 7 c/— 29 ; 7 c— 

oj 9 e— 10/9 6—17 no 6—24/12 a— 10 m 7 

«— 14 m 6 6—20 m 4 /— 24 m 5 c— 26 nt 7 6— 

30 w; 7 6— 31 m 11 d 
Cancer Hospital, 7 m 7/ 
Canterburv Diocesan Conference, Postponed, 2 

/116 
— ^ (Abp. of) Movements of, 3/12 h 

on the Election of a Speaker, 14/8 c 

Health of, 20 fO c— 13 in 9 c/ 

OAPE OF GOOD HOlPB:- 

After a Cafifre Chief, 2 m 6/ 

Award to Mr. Watson, 26/8 6 

— Caffre Rising in Natal, Notes about, 2jSd 

— 2il0e— 5j6/ 
Capture of. the CafFra Chief LangaUbalele, 

26/8 6 

Diamond Fields, 18 m 10 d 

Elections, 26 /"S 6—7 w 12 6—10 m 5 h 

Goldfields, 23> 7 o— 7 w 12 6- 10 m 6 6 

Mr. Maynard on, 24 i 6 a 

Miscellaneous News, 7 w 12 b 

Ship News, 5 / 6 d 

Tenders for New Houses of Parliament, 5 1 



6rf 



War News, 13^ 5 rf 

Zulu Rising in Natal, 17 m 6/— 19 m 12 c 

—23 m 1 1 /— 24 m 10 f/— 26 m 6 e 
Capc'l (Rt. Rev. M.) at Rome, 30 m 5 cf 
Capper (Samuel) on Free Grants of Muskoka, 

8 / 7 c? 
Cardiff, Remarkable Burglary at, *i*/7/ 
Cardinal (New) the Abp. of Lisbon Created, 1 j 

6 fl— ley 6 6 
Cardinals (New) and the Italian Gtvemment, 9 

/ll 6 

Opening the Mouths of, 17 / 6 6 

Carillon at Hampstead, 2/8 a— 6/5 d 
Carlyle (— ^ on Capital and Labour, 28 J 10 s 
Carpenter (Thos.) on Another People's Cafe, 6 

m 66 
Carrier Pigeons for War Time, 19 / 9 /* 
Catalogue of Current Literature, 7/10 a 
Catechism, Birmingham View of, 7 jlOh 
Cathedral Independence, 14/ 12 e 
OiTTLB:— 

* Contagious Diseases Act, 14/6 (i^l4 m 



116 



Orders in Council about, 3 m 5 c 
Disease, Notes about, IQm 12 6 
Importeid Disease, Notes ^)Ottt, 7i G a 



Oat 



palmer's INDXX to '* THX TIMES ** HEWSPAPSIL 



[Jan. 1 16 



Gattle (cotia'ntied), 

Puisne in Hongtry, 10 m 4 < 

RewliDg Fair, d fiO e 

Roport on the PlAgne, 5 / 6 c 

Smithfleld Club Show and the 'Sog, 2jlle 

Sugar as Food for, 19 i 6 a 

Cattle Trade, State of the Market, I j 7 J 

-'2j 7 e— 57 7 6—6 j 6 e— 7 j 6 «— 8 j 6y— 9 / 

6 «-12y 6 €—18 / 6 d— I4y 6 6—16; 6 6—16 
J 6 c— 19j 6 6— 20j 7 6— 21^ 6/— 22y 6 6— 
2Bj 7 c— 26y 6 e— 27j 6 6—28 ; 11 c— 29 j 7 d 
— 80y7c— 3/Hrf— 5 f7e—Qf7 6—9/7 6 
—10/7 6— U f7 6—12 f 7 c— 13 f7 d-^Uf 

7 d— 16 f7/^\7/G 6—18/7 «— 19 / 7/— 20 
/6 /•— 23 /'7 rf— 24/7 d— 25/7 rf— ^6/7/— 
27y 7 rf— 2 lit 6 /^— 3 111 6 6—4 m 6 6—0 m 6d— 
6 m 6 c— 9 m 7'</— 10 w 6 6—11 m 8 c— 12 m 6 
6—13 m 7/— 16 w 6 e— 17 m 8 </— 18 m 7 /— 

19 Ml 7 rf— 20 m 7 </— 23 m 8 /— 24 m 6 6—25 
m 7 rf— 26 III 7 c— 27 w 7 6—30 «i 8/— 31 m 11 
6 

Traniport of Alire from South America, 9 

m 7c 
Cautious Emigrant— Marriage bj Vroxj, 31 m 

116 
Carendish f Lord Qoorge) on Order, 7 m7 f 
Cecil (Lord) on the Arrny Estimates, 25 m 10 s 
Census, 18/5 6— 19/12 rf 
Centenarian, an Authenticated— Mr. Beresford, 

30m 8e 
— > Mary Brockinan, 21 m 12 6 
'—— Mrs. Margaret Fitzslmmons, of Bedford- 

buiy, 20/7 « 
— — Mr. John JoneSy 9 m 7 d 
Susaunah Sterenson, of Korrrich, 5 i 5 c — 

10/106 

^— Mrs. Alice Weodbridge, of New Brentfordi 

7il2a 

Count Waldeck, 25/7 a— 26/6 t 

Centenaiianism, Notes about, 24 iii 6 e 
Central Chamber of Agriculture, 4 in 7 a 
Criminal Court, Opening of, 12 j 11 </— 31 j 

9 e— 3/11 rf— 16/9 e— 28 /'ll/— 16m 10/— 

20 mil/ 

Chadwick (Edwin) on the Fire at the Pantech- 
nicon, 16 / 12 6— 20/10 a 

Chalk V. Coal, 26/6 c— 27/12 6 -4 m 7 d 

Chambers (J. G.) on Suburban Races, 2 j 9/ 

Chameleon Plant, 11 m 12 e 

Chancery, Delays in, 23 1' 12 d 

Notes about, 26/6/ 

New Order, 10 /"9 e 

Practice of the 'Court, 24 j 12 a 

Channel Communications, Notes about, 25 m 7 6 
—26 m 6 c 

Passage, Notes about, 18 m 6/ 

Chapel Royal, Savoy, Mr. Loftie*8 L«cture on, 13 
/10<f 

Whitehall, 14/12 rf-3 m 5 c 

Chapter of Contemporary History, 4 m 7 c-*3 m 
12 6 

Charge Against Dr. Thompson, 29 j 7/ 

Chariuble Funds, Official Return, 27 m 7 6 

Institutions, Appeals for, 1^ H/— 7^ 10/ 

—12; 11 a 

Charity and Poor Law ReUef , 15 i 7 c 



Charity Electkmeering, 13/4 cf— 16 / 8 a— 1 7 i 18 

rf— 19i 7 /•-21 / 7 c— 21 j 12 c— 40/8 fr— 6 m 

10 6 
Organization Society, Annual Meedng, 11 

/9/"— 12m76— 19m7a 

Suburban Meeting, 24 ; 10 r 

Voting Reform, Meeting, 27 m 11/ 

Charterhouse, Consecration of the New Chapd 

at, near Godalming, 3 m 9/— 26 m 11 e 
Chatham Dockyard Pumping Engines, 12 m 7 d 
Cheap Partizanship, 21/9/ 
Checks on France, 14 m 6/ 
Cheese, Import Returns, 16/7 e— 21 j 7 « 
Chelsea Hospital- Sir Patrick Grant Appointed 

Goremor, 17 m 7 6 
Chcriton MUl "Grotto," 16/ 7/— 20/ 6 f 
Cheshire Amalgamated Salt Works Company, 

16/7 a 
Chesney (Col George) on Military Organization, 

28 m 6/ 
Chesterfield Letters of 1873, Notes about, 10 / 

9e 
Chetwynd QJ.) on Gkimbling at Monaco, 3 ; 5 e 
Cherauer u'Industrie— Case of Gabriel HugcU 

mann, 28 m 5 
Chicago : —Demonstrations for Work and Food, 

13/ 12 6 

Eruption of Communism, 13/ 12 6 

Chicarro (Adm.) First Explort of, 19/ 10 6 
Child Saying a Toung Woman from Drowning, 

16/6 c 

CHeniy) on the Hackney Election, 18/110/ 

Childers (Hugh) and .the Dockyard Labourers,' 

7/10 c— 19/11 a— 25 fiof 
Notes about, 9/10 rf— 11/6 c— 12 fh rf— 

19/11 a— 23/10/ 
Child^s* CouTalesoent Home at Rhyl, 17 / 5 « 
ChiU Statistical Report of, 20/ 4/ 
CHINA:— 
Commercial News, 4/5 6—5 j 5 c— 10/ 6 c 

—16 i 6 c— 17 ; 5 c— 24 ; 5 a— 26/ 5 6—31 j 5 

a— 2/ 12 6—9/5 c— 17/12 6—28 / 12 6—6 

m 5 6— 14 m6 6— 16 m 5 6—21 m 12 6—24 m 5 

c— 28 m be 

English Cemeteries in, 6/3 e 

Foreign Residents not Protected by the 

Goremment, 2 m 5 6 — 6 m 5 6 
Plunder of the Summer Palace at Pekita, 

10 m 12 a— 11 m 12/— 14 m 12 a 
Notes about, 12 m 5 c— 13 m 6 c— 14 m 12 

6—16 m 7 rf— 18 m 5 rf 

Report of Trade in, 19/ 12 6—6 / 8 e 

Tients in, Stote of, 18 m 5 6—12 m 5 a 

Victory OTcr the Mahomcdans, 25/6 6 

Chinese Arsenal, 11/9 e 

in New York, 15/ 4 t 

Cholera of 1854, Reminiscence of, 19i 7 d 
Return of Deaths by, at Home and Abroad, 

5/4 e 
Christ Church, Stoke near Quilf trd, Oentecnt* 

tion of, 5/8 6 
Cliristening a Constitution, ll^ 9 e 
Christmas Amusements — ^Dan^rous Fight at 

Preston, 1/5/ 
Chubb and Sons tn Burglaries, 3 ; 3 e 
on the Fire at ^e Tantechnicon, 25 / 



Mar. 31,, 1874.] PAUooi'B ikdxx to '^ tax xuots '' rowflPAPXn. 



Civ 



Chiixck of Kngland Tempenmoe Sooiety DepuU- 

tioQ to GoTemment, 81 m 7 /* 
Church in the Metropolis, Me Cuuucal APromr- 



— Deoontionf— Blake v Hoadlej ftc., 18 / 
9« 

— Defenoe AMOoUtion, 29 / 7 6—18 m lf£ 

— MiMk>iianr, Sodetjr, History of, 10 oi 5 <f 

— Rates, OfBcialKotuni,12i96 

— Temperanoe Society, Heeting at York to 
Fsrm, 2dj7d 

Meetings about, 19 / 7 /* 



Chjmicals, Stato of the Market, 2/11 c-^ m 

6a 
Cigars hi New York, 7 ; 1« c 
Cinnamon, State of the Market, 25/7/ 
Cistercian Abbey and its Chronicle, 12 m 5/ 
City Com Meters, 8> 8 b 

of London Brewery Company, 5/76 

Truss Society, Donation to, 27 /6y 

Civic Charity, 9i]0if 

Gifts, 81 1'9 e— 8/ 10 c 

CIVIL AOnOHB :— 

Abbott V. Bates, 18/11 a 

— Abrahams, v. Freeman, 15 j 10 e 
Adderley r. Wardle, 16 m 11 a 

— Addison r. Cox, 2G i» 11 a 

-^— Air Gas laght Company, ex parte Murrar 

Ac., 19 111 a 
re Albert de Bourbon, 10 / 11 «— 17/'12(l 

— 26/" 10 «— 28/12 a 
■ Notes about, 8 m 10 e 

*— Ale^candra Hotel Company r. Bignold, Hj 

10 6 

AUen V. Holknd, 28/12 a 

— AUfrey o, Allrey, IsyiOc 

A]k>tt V. Great Northern Railway, 10/ 

11 rf . -^ 
Andrews v. Brooke, 29 ; 11 6 



Arden v. Meekiog, 18/10/ 
Aabbory r. Crawley, 26 i 1 1 b — 5 



ailway, 



26/ 



— Atkinson v. North £astem Ri 
Hi 

— Attorney General r. Mayor &c^ of Bamsley, 
12/11 A— 13/11 a 

V. National Debt Commissioners, 27 j 



11 e 



v.Bay,25mll 6 
■ V, Terry, 4 m 11 a 

V. Widness Railway, 18i 10 d 

-«— Austin V. Bethnal Green Guardians, 19 t 

116 

Ayhner v. Patton, 10/11 rf 

Aylwin v. Kerrigan, 14 / 10 a 

Ball V. Earl of Derby, 6 m 11 a 

-<— Bagaall v. Wardle, 16 in 11 a 

Bank of Hindustan, China &c,^€x parte 

Buhner, 18 j 10 s 

— ex parte Bamet — m re Dereze, 17 j 10 6 

— BmeU V. London General Omnibus Com- 
pany, 28/11 c 

~- Barton v. Great Eastern Railway Company, 
U/lld 

Bassett r. North Staffordshire Railway 

Company, 20 m 11 c 

Bateman v, Rery, 6 tn 11 a— 28 m 13 s 
« — ^— „_ En»lilih. 17 fUc 



Oiiril Aotlona foonliiiMcp. 

— Baxter v. Bowen, 18 m 11 a 

re Beaoonhill Fire Brick Compat«y, 7 m 11 a 

Beake v. Nicholson and others, 26/11 c 

Beck and another v. Hayes, 27/11 d 

Bell v. Qum, 10 m 11 <f 

Bennett and another v. Bennett, 19 j 11 6 

Bethell v, Abraham, 4 m 11 a 

Betten v. Purkess, 20 mild 

Blades r. Lawrence, 20 j 10 e 

Bloomer v, Bernstein, 13 j 10 • 

Botton V, Myass, 25 m 12 e 

Boon V. Howard, 27 j 11 cf-— 8/11 a 

Booth r. Great Northern Riailway Com« 

pany, 10 m 11 (f 

V. Pearoe, 25 m 12 e 



— Bordon v, English, 1 8 i 10 e 

— Bowden v, English, 23 j 12 6 

— Bowley and another v. Elixabeth Skyrnne, 
28 iM 11 J 

— Bowron v. Phillips, 27 tn 11 « 

— Bradford and Wife t* . Metropolitan Railway 
Company, 16 / 10 <f 

— Bradshaw atux v, Lancashire and Yorktfliire 
Railway Company, 11 m 11 if 

— Brandt v. North Eastern Banking Com- 
pany, 28 w 11 c 

and another r. North Eastern Railway 



Company, 80 m 18 6 

— re Brecon and Merthyr Railway Company, 
7 Mil a 

— Breskiuer v. Hudson, 20/11 6 
•^- Brewer v, Denton, 5 /*11 6 

— Bridge f. Ward, 15/10 c 

— Bristol and North Somerset Railway Com- 
pany V. Somerset and Dorset Railway Com* 
paay, 10/11 fl— 19/116 

— British and American Telegraph Company 
V. Colquhoun &c^ 19/11 6— 28 /'ll 6 

-^ ex parte Brooke— in re Hassall, 14 m 11 6 

— Brooks V. Ash worth, 16 tn 11 d 

— Brown r. Hipkins, 24 jn 11 a 
V.Holt, 6 /*llc 

V. North Eastern Railway Company, 10 



til 11 e 

V. Thames and Mersey Marino Insurance 



Company, 20/11 6—21/11 «— 23 / 11 6—24 
/111— 26 /-ll 6— 26/11 a 

— Bryant and others v, Ditton Brook Iron 
Company, 27/11 c 

— Buckfaatl^h v. South Devon Railway 
Company, 20/ 7/— 22/ 7 6 

— Bulley V. Daubeny, 4 m 11 c 

— Bumpus V. Bumpus, 29 j 10 d 

— Burke v. Skck, 16 m 1 W * 

— Burridge v, Bellew, 25 m 12 d 

— Byerlee v. M'Muiray, 2 J 11 d— 6 / 11 rf— 7 

jior 

— Canada Oils Refinery Company, 21 / 11 a 

— Capron v. Capron, 22; 10 c 

— Carter v. Johnson, 2 m 11 c 
v.Timoungs, 9/llcf 



— Cater v. Drew, 17 ; 10 6 

— Care i-. Waterer, 19^ 11 6—28 in 11 c 

— Cavers v. Laws, 25 / He 

— Chantrell v. Chantrell, 18/ 11 6—14 /'lie 

— inrii •— 19 rii rf— 9o /n r-.oi ^n / 



civ 



PALHIB'S IKDIX to ^' THE TIKBS *^ KEWBPAPBB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Civil Actions Ccontiiuied), 

28/11 c— 26/11 c— 27/ 11 cT— 28/ 11 c— 18 

m 11 e 
Chartered Bank of India, &c. v. Just, 17/ 

lie— 18/ 11 a 
— • ex parte Chatteris — in re Humphreys, &c., 

24 ; 12 a 

Childs V. Hcam, 14./ 10 b 

Clark V. London School Board, 16 ^ 10 c 

Clarke v, Jackson, 5 m 11 a 

— — Cleaver v. Smith, 17 m 12 a 

Clements v. Holdsworth, 22 j 10 d 

Clementsou v. Mason, 24 m 11 b 

Cobley v. Gregg, 28/ 12 d 

Cochrane v. Grieveson, 7 m 11 c 

Cock'r. Cranston, 6/ 11 « 

— Colquhoun V. Courtenay, ISj 10 d 

— ^ Combe v. London and South Western Rail- 
way Company, 13 ; 10 e 

— Commercial Union Fire Insurance Company 
V. Lister, 20/11 a— 19 «i 11 c 

Conliffe v. ConlifFe, 21 j 10 b 

— Cook V. Osbom and others, 24 m 11 a 

— Cooper V. London and St. Katheiinc Docks, 
28/116 

Cope I'. Evans, 26/10 e 

Copin r. Adamson, 20/11 6 

Corporation of Dover t*. London, Ohatham 

and Dover Railway Company, 7jCc 
— — Corr V. Fagen, 25 m 12 e 

Corrall v. Cerrall, 18 w 11 b 

Gostegan v. Railway Passengers' Insiirance 

Company, 17/11 c 
^ — Courtney v. London and Western Railway 

Company, 19 m 7/ 

Cowan V. Imperial Ottoman Bank, 6/11 c 

Coward v, Spedding, 25/11 c 

Crocker r. Foster, 17 m 12 e 

— Crosse v. Smith, 13 m 11 a 

Cullen V. CuUen and another, IS in 11 & 

Cummings v. Beckett, 13 7 10 e 

Cutling V. London, Brighton and South 

Coast Railway Company, 21/11 o 

— Dalbiac and another v, London School 
Board, 9^ 10/— 13 j 11/ 

Dawson v. Small, 17 m 13 « 

— Deard t;. Great Eastern Railway Company, 
28/11 c 

— Delbarre v. Kerr, 25 m 12 d—SO m 13 6 
-^— De Rozas r. Rich, 17i 10 c 

De Rycknian v. Connhaye, 26 m 11 a 

De Wolff V. Archangel Maritime Bank, 27 

jlld 

Dickeson v. Billiard and Hare. 21 ; 10 & 

Dignum v. Vans Agnew, 14 7 10 6 

Dobson V, Brew, 21 / 11 c 

Dogett V, Phillips, 24 »i 11 c 

Doyne ». Campbell, 10 ; ^f-^Uj 7 c 

Dudgeon v. Thomson, 25 m 11 c 

Dummock r. Barrett, 15 / 10 b 

Dyke** v, Peake, 20 j 10 c 

ex parte the Ecclesiastical Commissioners of 

Enghind, }3jl0d 

Eclipse Gold Mining Company, 5/11 a 

Edwards r. Warden, 4 m 11 a 

Eley V, Imperial Ottoman Bank, 11 m 13 // 

9a m 1 a r 



I Oivil AetioDB CcontmueS), 

Ellis V. Shepherd, 20/11 e 

Enfield Irun Works &c. Compaay. 23/11 6 

Local Board ef Health «. Harrison, 27 m 

11a 
-^— l^uropean Assurance Arbitration : — ^Anglo- 
Australian Company's Case, 7 flO d 

Chatteris's Case, 7 J 10 d— 6/11 d 

Dickinson's Case, 28 m 11 <i— 30 m 18 a 

-« Glever's Case, 81 m 11 « 

Harmam's Case, 7j 10 d 

Hodge's Case, 30 tn 13 a 

— '■ Hughes's Case, 30 m 13 a 

Lacy and Day's Case, 31 m 11 « 

' Lawson's Case, 7jlO d — 6/11 d 

Line's C^se, 8; 11 tf— 9i 11 c/— 6 /"ll d 

Nuttall's Case, dj 11 </— 5 flld 

PhiUips's Case, 10^" 11 «— 5 fUd 

Pratt's Case, 7jl0d 

Stevens's Case, 97 11 d— 6/11 d 

Evans v. Newport Dry Dock Company, 23 

jl2b 

Exeter Election Petition, 29^ 11a 

Famborough and Aldershott Freehold and 

Ground Rent Company, 27/11 c 

Feist I'. Andrew, 25 m 12 <f 

Fellwood 17. Pearson, 23/ 11 6 

— Fowler v. Loch, 5/11 c 
Frederick r. Attorney General Frederick, 

11 ml3c 

Frost V. North Eastern Railway Company, 

26/11 « 



Fuller V. South African Silver and Copper 
Mining Company, 29 1' 11 a 

— Fulbin V, Earl of EgUnton, 7 ; 5 rf 

— Fulvey v. Stanford, 16^11 e 

— Fumiss V, Midland Railway Company, 27 
»i 11 c - ' 

— Fumival r. Shuttieworth, 25 m 12 d 

— Gatty V. Pawson, 10 wi 10/ 

— Gee v. Homes and another, 12 m 12 a 

— Geen r. James, 19 fll c 

— re General Steam Navigation Company, 28 
fix b 

— George r. Watte, 29 i 1 1 a 

— Gillespy r. Henderson, lOmW d 

— Glaister v. Swan, 11 m 14 6 

— Glendenning v. Heoke, 24/11 c 

— Glover and another t*. Coleman, 17 m 12 « 
and Wife v. Meek, 24 w 11 J 

— Goddard v. London and South Western 
Railway Company, 3 j 4 /"— 5 j 7 d 

Goggsu. Jones, 24 /"il c— 25/11 b 



Golding w. Fairlan^, 25/ 11 « 

Gray v, Jones, 17/ lie 

Great Western Insurance Company v, Cun- 

liffe, 19/llc 

Grebby v. Metcalfe, 24 m 11 J 

Grigg V, Meeking, 18/ 10/ 

Gulston V. Cleland k Co.. 10 m lie 

Gunnestad r. Price, 27/11 c 

Guttierez t*. Eturton and another, 30 m IS </ 

UaU r. Harland, 20 j 10 c 

r. Westbrook, 11/11 c 

Ilammcrslcy v. North Staffordshire Rail- 
way Company, 6 m 6 c 

^.- Hardinir v. Mendinflion. 22 /* 10 «/ 



Mar. 81, 1874.} falmxb's nn>BX to ^' the Tinxa '* newspapeb. 



Oiv 



Oliil Aotioiui C^oniifmed), 

Harris i;. BriBtol and Exeter Bailwaj Cknn- 

paay, 2om I2d 
■ r. Caine, 26/ 10 « 

V. Erans, ISj 10 d 

V. Metropolitan Board of Workf, 6 ; 11 d 

V.Rich, 17/10 c 

*-^ Harrison v. Enfield Local Board of Health, 

27 m 11 a 

V, Great Western Railway Companir, 17/ 



lie 



12 a 



V. North Eoatem Railway Company, 24 / 



Haalam v. Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
,y Company, 20 m 11 cf 
Hatton V. Haywoed, 21>10a 
HanghtonandGrifilth v. Elliott, 61NII&— 



7 mil ft 

— Hawkins v. M. Knight, 15^10 c 

r. Wabond. 16 m 11 6 



— Hayes v. North Eastern Railway, 5 mild 

— Hayman v. Rugby GoTemors, 2 m 11 c—6 m 
1 1 a— 14 m 10 c— 16 m 10 a— 17 in 18 e— 18 m 11 
a— Idmll a— 20m 10 c— 28 m IS a 

Pall Mali Gazette on, 24 m II f 

Saturday Review on, 80 fM 18 « 



— Heap V. Thompson, 18/11 b 

— Heron v, Dayey, lOy 10 a 

— Hertfordshire Brewery Company, 16 /"U d 

— HiU V. Hibbit, 26; 11 a— 297 11 c " 

— Himptonmacher v. Parker, 2 tn 11 c 

— Hodges V, Patrick, 22 j 10 d 

— ex parte Holland— in re Heneage, 28 y 11 a 

— Hooper's Telegraph Works Company v. 
Christey and another, 11/11 </ 

— Hope V. Romford Board ol Health, 10 m 
11 b^ll m 14 ft 

— Hopps V. Long, 26/ 12 / 

— Hough V, Bi«ndreth, %fllc 

— Howird of GlosBop v. Earl of Shrewsbury, 
icy 10 rf 

— ex parte Howell — in re Hawes, 21 ^ 10 a 

— Hoylake Railway— LittledalFs Case, 26/ 
10 e 

— Huddersfield Corporation and Jacomb, 14 1 
10 a 

— Hughes V. Boothroyd, 28 m 11 </ 
V. Stackpoole,9/ll d 



— Humphrey w. Lawsou, 11 / 11 a 

— Hutchinson v. Bingham, 2 ; 11 <f 

V. Corporation of Sunderkmd, 10 m 11 d 

— Hynam v. London and North Western 
Railway Company, 24/11 c— 26/11 c 

— Imperial Land Company of Marseilles v. 
Masterman and others, 15 j 10 ft 

— ex parte Izard »re Cook, 14/11 6 

— Jackson v. Metropolitan Railway Company, 
15 / 10 ft 

IT. Leeman, 29 i 11 ft 



ix parte Jacobs re Carter, 8 m lOy 

— James v. the Queeu, 12/11 ft 

— Jarvis v. Wingate, 18/11 a— 14 /"ll r -16 
/U 6 

— Jebson v. East and West India Docks, 18/ 
11a— 19/11 c 

Jcffers V. Wilmore, 6 m 11 c 

* — Jenner o. BentlAv. 16 / il d 



Qiyil Actiona (continued). 

Johnson v. M*Murray, 16 j 10 e 

Hamilton, 19 / 10 / 

Jones V, Menai Insurance Company, 17 j 

10 « 
«— KeUock V. Enthonen, 5 /" 1 1 ft 

Kelsby r. Cooper, 19/11 ft 

ex parte Kemp tn re fastnedge, 7 mil a— 

28 ttt 18 d 
*-^ Kennedy v. Wilson, 11 mlih 

Kenyon r. Lawrence, 16 mil a 

Kerr v. Delbarre, 80 tn 18 ft 

Kite V, Metropolitan Board of Works, 27^ 



10/* 

— re Knockers 5 fM 11 a 

— Konn V. Clary, 20/ 11 ft 

— Kraup a. Stevens, 6/11 a 

— Lane v, George, 80 m 18 a 
- V. Tough, 10 III 10 m 11 d 



Latham v. Chartered Bank of Ir.dia, &c., 15 

J 10 ft 

Lawrence v. Pailhfull, 9/11 r/ 

Lawric v. Eton School, 20/12 ft 

Layton v. North Eastern Railway Com- 
pany, 25 in 12 e 
Leech v, Schwedor, 21 i 10 a— 22^ 10 c 

— re Leeds and Yorkshire Shoddy Manure &o. 
Company, 14/11 e 

Leichti v. Menier, 28/11 ft 

Letts », Oldbury Local Beard of Health, 

18 mils 
Lewis V. Queen*s Theatre, Manchester, 10 

lid 
ex parte Linsley — in re Harper, 17 i 10 ft 

Littlefleld v. Plomer, 19 m 11 c 

Lloyd V. Pooley, 12 in 11 ft— 18 m 11 ft 

-^~ re London, Bombay and Mediterranean 
Bank v .Cama's Casel4 si 11 c 

Loyall V, London and North Western Rail- 
way Company, 8 tn 11 ft 

Lovibond v. Perryn, 20y 10 c— 16/11 d 

Lowes V, Borthwick, 28/11 if 

Loyan de Lacy v, Figaro and Gauloie, 10/ 

11 e 

Lounley v. Free, 16/10(1 

Macauiay v. Great Western Railway Com« 

pany, 20 m 11 e 

Macdonald v. Law Union Fire and Life 

Assurance, 6/11 c— 7/11 d 

i Macgregor v. Yorksnire Engine Company, 

24/116 

M'CaUan v. Goode, 12 m 11 ft 

Maclean v. Kennard, 24 /* 11 ft 

M'Creedy v. Henry, 12 in 10 a 

Macfarliuie v. Stretch, 12 m 12 c 

Madge v.^London and South Western Rail- 
way, 17 mils 

Manning v. Harris, 19/11 d 

— - Makin v. London and North Western Rail- 
way, 24 j 12 a 

Manghold Head Lead Mining Company, 16 

flld 

Maretzek v. Lucca, 28 7 12 a 

Marezzo Marble Companies, 19j II a 

Martell v. Dear, 28 m 18/ 

Mathew and another r. Lon.lun School 

Bmuti. 4 M 1 1 A 



ow 



FALMSB'S niDEX TO ^* THB TI1IB8 ** MSWBPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Civil Actions (continueiQ, 

Maude and others v. Lowlej, 2ij 12 a 

— Maund i;. Mason, 26 i 11 a 
Maxwell r. Scmerton, 28 j 12 6 

— Maynard r. Eaton, B mlOe 

-»— Mafor of Hastings v. Iroll, 25/11 a— 5 m 
11 a— 12 m 11 a 

— Meax V. Allen, 2Qj 12 a 

Meaux v, DdTies — an American Waj of 

SettUng •* a IMfficulty " in, 2 i 6/ 

Meek v. Fjman, 11/11 c 

Mcnier r. Hooper's Telegra[4i Works, 18 

I0d—2ofna 
Merchant v. Lee Conserrancy Board, 9/ 

lid 

— Metropolitan Theatres Company v. Frosser, 
lOjUa 

— Metzlsr and others t. Gounod, 17/11 c 
Meyrick v, Mathias, 10/11 a 

Midland Railway Company v, Yerdugo, 28 

il2o 

Milbank p. Howse and another, 20/ 11 6 

Miles V. Harrison, 8 m 10 e 

— » Mill r. Hawker and others, 10 / 11 e 

Miller w. David, 22 / 10 d 

MilUngton v. Griffiths, 16 /ll s 

Mil ward and another v. Litton, 19y 11 r^ 

Moiier v. Wright, 27 »i 11 e 

re Mont Cenis Railway, 2 m 11 c 

Moon V, Original Hartlepool Collieries Com- 
pany, 14 j 10 a 
«— -Morris V. Great Northern Railway Com- 
pany, 24 »i 11 c 
— — r« Mowlem, 4 m 11 a 
« — re Mutual Forts and General Insurance 
Company v. Beck's Case, 12 m 11 a 

— Kaundorff v. Comte de Chambord, see 
Albert de Boubbov 

— Neath and Brecon Railway Company, 19 
11 a 

Neate v. Denman, 26/10/— 27/11 a 

Nelson r. HamUton, 14/11 c— 16/11 s 

— — Newson v. Toller, 27 j 11 e 

Newton v. North Eastern Railway Com- 
pany, 4 tn 10 e 

Noakes r. Barton and another^ 20 m 11 6 

Nodin V. HamUn, 27 m 11 d 

North Eastern Railway r. Jackson, 18/9 

/— 19 / 11 6 

— — «• Northmore and another r. Eemblt, 21 / 
11a 

Nugent V. Smith, 23/ U h 

Nuttall V. WUdes, 14 j 10 6 

*— - re Oakley (Thos. Robert) an Articled Clerk, 
13 j 10 e 

Oedeston r. Fullalove, 27 j 11 a 

O'Keeffe v. Cullen, 13> 7 c 

V, Moran, 19 m 10 a— 20 m 12 6 

Olazabal v. Palmer, 23 i 12 a 

Paget V, Ede, 19 m 11 d 



Falatiano t,. HarUey, 17^ 10 b 

Parguassu Steam Tramway — in re Ferrao, 

13i 10 i— 26/10 e 
— ^ Parish u, Joannnet, 24/ U c 
Payne i*. Birmingham District Tramway 

Company, 3 »i 11 c 
and Wife v, Williams. &c.. 16 m 11 a 



OiTil Actiona {continued). 

Parisot v. Palmer, 21 ; 10 6 

re Paterson, 28 m 11 6 

Penterman v. Richtering aad another, 8 m 

lid 
— ^ Percy v. Clements, 21 / 11 A 

Pethick V. Latimer, 17 m 12 e 

Phillips V, Baynton, 27/ 11 e 

Phospho Guano Company v. Guild, 27 / 

11 a 
Pickup V, Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way Company, 20 m 11 <f 
Finder v. Midland Railway Company, 16 m 

lie 

Pmto V. Atkins, 23 ; 12 b 

Pockford r. Shorter, 28 m 11 c 

Polkes 17. GoodUke, 10/11 a— 11 flin 

Poole Fire Brick and Blue CUy Company, 

16/11 d 

Poplar Board of Works r. Love, 297 11 « 

Potter V, Local Board of Buxton, 5 m 10 c 

— Cm 11 c 
Powell Duflfryn Steam Coal Company r. 

Taff Vale RaUway, 23/11 a 

Prescot V, Barker, 20/11 a 

Price V, Baines, & Co., 18 / 10 d 

V. Carr, 17 jm 12/ 

Queem v, Bjwden, 12 tn 12 c 

— — V, Gann, Smll b 

r. Inhabitants of Amcotts, 18 m 10 / 

V. Inhabitants of Pickering, 27 m 11 « 

V. North Eastern Railwivy Company, 28/ 



12 </— 3 m 11 c 

V. Northfleet Chalk Quarries Company, 



12 m 12 a 

V. Quinn (Peter and Thos.) for Sending 



an Unsea worthy Ship to Sea, 10 m 10 c~14 m 

9/ 

— Quinton and others v. Mayor oi Bristol, 27 

/ll a 

— Radley v. London and North Western 
Railway Cempany, 10/11 6 

— Raebum v. Andrew, 5^ 11 a 

— Regan v, Humphrey, 28 m 11 c 

— Regina v. Cresse, 26^ 11 6-~5 /ll 6 

V, Midland Railway Company, 20 m 11 <l 

V. Pembleton, 26 j 11 6 

V, Tatham, 24 m 11 6 



— lUchards v. Newport Steamworks Company, 
26/116 

— Richaidson and others v. Craw shay and 
others, 6 m 11 c 

— Roberts v. Green, 24 m 11 cf 

— Robertson v, Stcnart, 28/ 10 e 

— Robinson v, Cambrian Railway Company, 
16 m 10 c 

V. Billiard and Hare, 21 / 10 6 



— Rodocanachi v. Elliott, 7 /lid 

— Rogers and Wife v. Stears, 16 j 10 <f 

— Romford Board of Health v, Hope, 10 m 11 
6—11 m 14 6 

— RowcU and others v. Scott, 28/12 d 

— Royal Victoria Palace Theatre Syndicate, 
19^11 a 

— re Royon Trusts, 23 m 18 e 

— Rusby r. West Bromwich Improyement 
Commissioners. 24 m 1 1 a 



Mar. 81, 1874.] vAUUn'n thbmx. to " tme tucbb " hbwspapcb. 



Otv 



CHtU Aettons (amtinueJ). 

Bnegg V. Mitchell, 10 m 11 6 

RiuseU and another v, Webster, 10 /* II c 

Button V, Evani and others, 5 m 11 6 

rt Bust's Patent Yitrifled Marble Company, 

7mlla 

— Bjder v. Byder, 16 j 10 c 

Byan v. StUes, 7/11 d 

Sadler v, Metcalfe, 7 m 11 « 

Sale V. Lambert, 8 w 10/ 

Salmon v. Midland Bauway Cvmpany, 18 

mlOf 
Sidyin r. North Brancepeth Coal Companr, 

18 m 11 c 

— Same v. Same, 25 m 12 e 
~^^ Saunders v. ^^rere, 80 9a 18 e 

Saxbr v. Midland Bailway Company, 18 / 

116— 14/11 c 

■ r. Siouth Eastern Bail way Company, 16 

yioc 

St Mary IsUngton r. Barrett, 17/11 c 

— St. Thomas's llospital v. Streatluun Over- 
seers, 5/ 11 b 

Scaife v. Grant, 27 m 11 a 

Scott V. North Eastern Bailway Company, 

8 m 11 e 

re Scott's Trusts, 7 w 11 a 

Seed V, Bawcliffe and others, 25 m 12 d 

V. Seed, 80 m 18 e — two twticea 



Shand v, Du Bnisson, 17 m 13 a 

Shaw r. De Hoghton, 13 m 12 c 

V. Stile and others, ^J l\ d 



— SheUr. Webster, 12/11 c— 18/11 h 

— Sheridan r. Judge, 17 / 12 6 

— Sherwood and Wife v. Metropolitan Bailway 
Company, 18i lOe 

— Shettier r. Solomons, 14/11 c 

— Sidney r. Sidney, 25/ II c 

— Simpson V. Firebrace, 29 ; II a 

— Smelt V, Chadwick and others, 24 m II h — 
86ml2</ 

— Smith V. Fletcher and others, 11/11 cF— 12 
file 

V. Grant, 26 m 11 a— 27 mid 

V, General Omnibus Company, 2 m 11 c 

V. Kirby, 24/11 6—25 / 11 a— 26/10 / 



—27 /lie 

V. Steel, 24 m 11 a 

p. Topham, 16 m 11 </ 



— Somers v. Moore, 19/11 6—21 i 10 6 

— re South, 17 m 18 f. 

— Southgate r. Cross, 10 m II 6 

— Sparlifing and Wife v. Hewitson, 12 m 12 c 

— Speir and another r. Clark, 8 m 11 c 

— Spenoe o» London T^mways Company, 9 / 
lid 

— Stadid Fiord Beclamation Company, 19 / 
11a 

— Steraey v, Haynes, 20 ; 10 d— 24/ 12 a 

— Stiles V. Fraser, I7i 10 c 

— Stock V. Holland, 5/11 a 

— Storry v, Everson, 80 m 18 c 

— Summeriefd v. East London Bailway Com- 
paq. 25/11 6 

— Sutton V, Goldseller and another, 20 m 11 c 
—18 m 10/ 



K 4"i^ K 



OML Aotiona (coHttntied), 

' Swift V. Goddard, 5/116 

Sylvester v. Hyde, 16/ 10 d 

Symington v. Great Eastern Bailway Com- 
pany. 31/5/ 

Tahiti Cotton and Coffeo Plantatfon Com* 

pany, 27/ 11 c 

Tait V. Bamsden, 2 / 6 / 

Taylor v. HoUand, 27/11 d 

and Wife v. Midland Bailway Company, 

16 m 10 c 

Thames Iron Works, &c. Dry Dock Company 

v.Nisbet, 26/10 < 

Thomas v. Thomas, 15 / 10 e 

V, Howell, 12 m 11 a— 25 mil c— 26 m 



lie 



— Thompson t*. Corporation of Sunderland, 10 
mil d 

V. Dromgoole, 27 m 11 d 

V. Paul, 18 m 10/ 



— Thomson r. Flynn, 27/ lie 

— Thome et Uxor r. Great Northern Bailway 
Company, IS fUa 

— Thorpe v. Craig and another, 18/ 11 a 

— Thwaites v. Maclean, 7 m II e 
Tiden and anothert*. Bessemer SteelOrdnance 



Company, 17 fll c 

— ™y V. Bush, 27 m 11 6 

— Thnms r. Kerr, 28/11 e 

— Tinnoth v, Evans, 25/11 a 

— Towne v. Cocks, 28/ 12 6 

— Trecbame v. Lay ton and others, 4 m 10 e 

— re Tumacacori Mining and Land Company, 
28/116 

— Turner v. Broad wood, 5/ 11 c 
t*. Great Western Bailway Company, 12 

V, London and South Western, &c. Bail- 



m 7 e 



ways Company, 18/10/" 
— urnted Forts and General Insurance Com- 
pany—Beck's Case, 12 / II 6 

Wine Growers of Hungaiy r. Conington, 



6/11 a 

— Vaughan r. Weldon, 22 j 10 d 
V, HaUiday, 16 m 10 e 



— ^ ^ — _ — _ _ 

— Vaughton v. London and North Western 
Bailway Company, 29 / 11 6 

— Verdug v. Fahner, 24 j 12 a 

— Yickers v. Fumiss, 18 m 11 a 

— ex parte Villars — in re Bogers, 21/11 •— 

19 mile 

— Wadsworth v. Brighouse, 28 w 11 d 

— Wall V. City of London Beal Property 
Company, 21 /10 a 

— Walrond r. Hawkins, 16 m 11 « 

— Ward V. Corbett, 16 m 11 a 

r. Midland Bailway Company, 6 m 11 e 

— V. Sittingboume and Sheemess Bailway 
Company, 18<n 11 a 

— Warten v, Keenan, 12/11 c 

— ex parte Waterer-^n re Taylor, 22 / 10 c 

— Watson V. Bower, 18 m 10 s 

— V. Imperial Union Assurance Company. 

20 mil 6 *^^' 

— Webb V. Badford, 11 m 14 s— 12 m 12 6—18 
mils 



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PAUBUl'S IXSXX TO *^ THB TI1IS8 '' MEW8PAPBB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



OItII Aotfons (continued), 

Weller i;. London Brighton and South CoMt 

Railway Company, 26^ 11 a 
— — Western of Canada Oil, &c. Company, 16 / 

11 rf— 28/116 

Weidner v. Hoggett, 10 m 11 1/ 

Whaite v. Lancaflhire and Yorkshire Railway 

Company, 12/11 c 

White r. Gretton, 27/11 d 

V. Halford, 7 /lid 

Whittaker v. Midland Railway Company, 7 

wild 

Wickham v, Fitz-Worlock, 11 m 13 c 

— ^ Williamson i% Freer, 6 m 11 e 

Wilson V, Maritime Insurance Company, 25 

/11^-26/llA 

V. Northampton and Banbury Junction 



Railway Company, 2B j II a -20/11 a 
r. Yaughan, 6/ 11 c 



WifU and Berks Canal r. Swindon Water- 
works, 11 m l^b 

— Winch r. Thames Conservators, 5/11 i 
*— Wine and Spirit Co-operative Supply 

Association, IGflld 

Witt and another v. King, 17; 10 e 

Wolrerton (Lord) v. Misa, 15 j 10 c 

Wood r. Dering, 12 m 12 a 

Wright V, Wright and others, 15 ; 10 c 

Young t^. London School Board, IS/ 11 5 

Civil Contingencies Fund, Zl mil d 

Lists of Various Nations, 13 i 9 /' 

Servants, Parliamentary Disabilities of, 13 

>10 6 

Service, Competitive Examinations, 16^*11/ 

Estimates, 23 m 8 o 

Life-Boat Fund, U ; 9 / 

Supply Association, 20 j 7/— 28 j 6/— 29 

j 11 c-6/8/--9y 6 d— 10/11/— 16/11 c 
Writers Association Address to Mr. Otway, 

21/11/ 
Claimant to the Earldom of Eglinton, 7i 5 <f 
Clark(£. C.)on Postal Savings Banks for Villages, 
Ui6/ 

— and Scoles, on Burr's Bankruptcy, 11 mSb 
Cfauke (Algernon) on the Malt Tax, 12 m 6 cf— 

20 m 7 6 
Classic Antiquities, 23 m 7 c 
Claughton (Bp.) on the Ashantce Indemnity, 9/ 

12 d 
Clayden (Arthur) on Free Grants of Muskoka, 7 

j 12 6—14 fed 

New Enemv to the Potatoe, 12/7 / 

Clergy Orphan Corporation, Annual Court, 26 / 

11/ 
Clerical Appomtments, Ij 11 6—7 j 10 f-Sj 5 

6-12 J 6 e— Uj 8 6—15; 9 e— 17i 8 a— 19; 

9/-.28 J 10 e— 26 ; 4 d^Slj 5 6-4/7 6—5/ 

7 d-6 /5 e— 6/ 11 fl— 9/9 e— 11/5 d— 12/ 
6 d— 19/9 /•— 24> 9 e-25/ 8 a— 26/12/— 
28/5 e— 6 m 10 c— 7 w 12 c— 11 m 9 d—U m 
11 <;— 19 m 11 e— 23m7if— 26 m 11 cf 

Clifton Suspension Bridge, 27 j 6 cT 

Climate and Plumage, ldj7d 

Close (Dean) on Railway Unpunctuality, 17 j 

8 c 

Cbves, State of the Market, 7 j 6 c/- 19 j 7 e— 
2$j 7 6 



OOAL:- 

American, 29i 9 « 

on the Contin«it, 28 j' 4 d 

and Coke Trade of Sheffield, 7 J 6 « 

*— Cost and O>nsumption of in London, Ij 5/ 

Dear, Cause of, 20/7/— 25/7 6 

Exhibition in Manchester, 80/ 9/— 2/ 12 e 

Export Returns, 7/9 /— 14/7 b 

^-^ Notes about, 13 jn 6 s 

from the Port of Grimsby, 11/9 e 

Import and Export Returns from the Port 

of London, 2 / 7 a— 5/7 6—^ m6 a 

hito Malta, 23 m 9 6 

Nerbudda Coal and Lx>n Company, 1 i' 7 a 

New Midhind Counties Coalfields, 26 i 10 a 

South Wales Collieries Company, 25/7 



a— 27/ 7a— 28 /7a 

— Northern Trade, 16/7 d 

— Price of, 10; 7 6—28/10 c— 18 mid 
— CoUieiy Circulars on. 3; 5 e 



— Reduction in the Price of, Sj 9 f 

Return of Shipments for Steamers, Sj Sh 

— 9/7a— 9»«7c 

Review of the Trade for the Past Year, 2j 

7a 

Somersetshire Colliery Dispute, 20 m 7/ 

State of the Market, 1 ; 7 6— 3y 5 a— 6jf 6 

a— oy 6 c/— 13y 6 6—15 ; 6 rf—17y 6 6-20> 7 
a— 24> 6 c— 27 j 6 a— 29 j 7 d— 31^ 5 c-^S f 
6a— 3/116— 5/7d— 7/7a— 10/ 7 6—12 
/7 c— 14/7 rf-17/6 6—19/7 a— 21 /6 b— 
24 /•7 a— 26/7 6—28 /7 6— 5 m 6 a— 7 m 6 6 
10 m 6 6—12 m 6 6—14 m 6 c/— 17 »i 8 a— 19 m 
6 6—21 m 10 6—24 m 6 a— 26 m 7 6—28 )n 6 6 
—81 m 11 a 

Supply, Sir Rowland Hill on, 14/11 d ^ 

Trade at Sheffield, 22/6/ 

Meeting of Colliers on the Proposed Re- 
duction of Wages, 11 III 8 <f 

Meeting of Yorkshire and Derbyahire 



Coal Owners, 12 m 6 c— 17 m 14 6 

Traffic m London, 21 / 10 / 

West Mastyn Coal and Lron Company, 10 y 

7a 

Wet, Consequences ef , 8 / 5 / 

Coalfields in Persia, 9i 5 6 

m South Wales, 24 m 9/ 

Cobden Club aud Free Trado in Australia, 25/ 
lOrf -^ 

Cochineal, State of the Market, 8 > 6 6 -22 j 6 6 
—6/7 e— 5 TO 6 rf— 19 m 6 6 

Cockbum (Lord) Memorials of, 5J9 e 

Letters as Published not Sanctioned by the 

Faimly,9/6/ 

Cocoa, Stote of the Market, 7j 6 rf— 12 j 4/— 14 
; 6 c— 21 j 6/— 28 / 11 6—4/11 a-^l I A/— 
18 /6 6— 25/7 /— 4 m 6/— 11 m 8 6—18 m 7 
o— 25 TO 7/ 

Coddrington (Gen. Sir W. J.) on the 57th Regi- 
ment Depositing their Colours in St. Paul's, 28 
jlOf 

Coffee, Consumption of. Notes about, 10 m 6 / 

State of the Market, 1 1* 7/— 2 ; 7 f—^j 5 

/— 7 / 6 rf— 8> 6 6-9/6 rf— 10 ; 7 «— 14 j" 6 c 
—15 J 6 6—16 / 6 6—17 / 6 6—21 j 6/— 22 /6 
h^23j 7 h—2ij 6 a— 28; 11 6— 29 / 7rf— 30 ; 
7 a— 31 J 5/-.4/U a-5/7 e-6/ 7 fr-7 f 



Mar. SI, 1874.] palmm&'s imdxx to '^ thb thibs" nswspapkb. 



Oor 



7 «— 11/7/— 12 n e—lS/l c— U/7 6—18 
/6 6—19/ 7 c— 20/6 fr-21 /6 A-26/ 7/— 
26/7 6—27/7 6—28 /'7/— 4 m 6/— 5 m 6 rf 
— 6 m 6 6—7 m 6 <i— 11 ir 8 fr— 12 m 66— U m 
6 c^l8 m 7 a— 19 m 6 6—20 m 7 c—^l m 10 d 
—25 m 7/— 26 m 7/— 27 m 7 6-^ m 6 6 

Cole (Henry) on the Destruction of the Pantech- 
nicon by Kie, 17/ 9 / 

Coles rjohn) on Hooper's Telegraph ^orks, 17 

College of Preceptors, Meeting of the Council, 9 

/116 
Collins (Mortimer) Boscommon or Dorset, 18/ 

(Wilkie) Return from A^merica, 19 m 10/ 

Colonial Appointments, 28^ 6/— 4 f7 6—11/ 5 
i/— 20/9 «— 24/9 « 

Despatches, Ij df—SJ 7/-6 j 9/— 10^ 9 

/•— 12; 9 e—lSj 9/— 14/9 e— 16 j 9 «— 17^ 

9 «— 19/ 9/— 20y 9 «— 24 ; 6 /— 26 ; 9 c— 27 

j 9 e—2Sj 9 /— 30 J 9/— 31 ; 9 e— 8/ 10 c— 11 

/9 €—12 /9 «— 13/12 6— 14/9 «— 16 /6/— 

17/9 e-_i8 /9 e— 19/9/— 21/9 rf— 28/9/ 

—24/9/— 25/9 e— 26 f9 «— 28/7 e— 2 m 9 

e — 3 m 6 c — 4 m 9 « — 6 m 8 c — 6 »i 6 e — 16 m 9 

/— 17 HI 11 «— 19 TO 5 <^— 20 m 12 6—21 m 9 /— 

26 m 10 a— 31 m 8 c 

and Englidi Fanning, 6 / 7 c 

Goremment Securities, State of Shares in. 



in every days payer 

Offtce Appointment, 9 m 7 6 



9 e— 13 J 9/-14y 9 /— 17i 8 «— 19 J 9 /— 24 
j 7 «— 28 J ^f-^Oj 9/— 3iy 9 e— 2/ 10 c— 6 
/9 «— 19 f9f'-'26fd 6—2 m 9 «— 4 m 9 e— 12 
m 9 s—19 in 9 «— 20 m 9/— 21 m 9/— 26 m 9 s 
—30 TO 11/ 
Consecration of a Roman Catholic Bishop, '18 m 

11/ 
Conservatism in the Tower Hamlets, Smlld 

Conseryative Festival at Chelmsford, 23 m 9 6 

Leaders Dinners, 26 j 5 6 

Warning to, Bjd e 



Majority, die Economist on, 7/10/ 

Reaction, 13/10 « 

Consular Chaplaincies, Deputation to Govern- 
ment about, 28 m 12 c 

Consumptive Patients in South Africa, Notes 
about, 7j4f 

Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, 14 j 9/ 

Contempt of Court — Application to Release a 
Captain and Pilot, 23 m 18 / 

Mr. Whalley's Committal, 24 ; 6 s 

Convicts and Pilgrims, 19/ 12 a 

Convocation— Election of Proctors, 14/9 e— 18 
/5 c— 19y 8 a— 21/ 6 c— 23/ 9 /— 26/12 b 
—26/ 10 a— 3 m 10 c— 6 m 10 e 

Meetings of, 20 i 10/— 2 m 9 e— 4 m 9/ -7 

m 6 /•— 11 III 10 a— 12 mlO f 
- Notes about, 24^*10 (f 



Produce Market, 3j 6 a— 10 / 7 0-17^ 6 

fr— 24y 6 a— 31 j' 6 c—7j 7 a—Uf 7 a— 21/ 
6 a— 28 /'76~7in66-l4m6 a— 21 m 10 a 
—28 m 6 6 

and Foreign Meat Supply Company, 27/ 

6/ 
Colonsay (Lord) Illness of, 2 /* 11 a 
Colorado Potato Beetle, 10 m 5 <f 
Golvile (Sir James^ Health of, 29 > 11 c 
Comedy of Errors,'6/ 10 / 
Coming Surplus, 28 / 10 c^ 
Commerce and Agriculture, Proposal to Appoint 
a Cabinet Minister for, and Tribunals of Com- 
merce, 26/9 e— 17 m 9 / 

Deputation to Government about, 21 m 7 c 

Conomcrcial Union Assurance Company, 26/7 a 
Commerell (Commodore) at the Cape, I0m7 d 
Commutation of Sentences, 14 m lie 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Shares in, in 

every day's paper. 
Complete Letter Writer, 12 m 12 € 
Concerts, Monday Popular, 13 i 9/ 
Condemned Convicts in Glooester Goal — Peti- 
tions to Pardon, ojlO d 
Confession in the Church of England, Memorial 
to Bp. Temple on, 5^ 10 « 

Dean of Bristol on, 9j 10/ 

Letters from Bishops on, 5 ; 10 e 

Meeting at Chelsea about, 22^ 11/ 

Meetings about, 28 ; 10 e 

Notes about, 7j 7 d 

—— Resolutions Passed at a Meeting at York 

about, bjlOe 
Confessions of a Cantonel, 6/4/ 
"Con«dential" Returns, 10 j 10 6— 13i 7 d 
Conscience Monev. 2 i 9 /*— 8 1 7 /i-8 i 9 e^lQ • 



I 



Cook (Francis) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 

17/10 o 
Cookesley (W. G.) on the Superseision of the 

Eton Masters, 5 ; 11 r 
Coolie Traffic at Macao, Ij 6 a 
Co-Operative Enlistment, 4 m 8 e 

Societies, Official Pap^r on, 4 in 7 s 

in Scotland, 5 m7 d 

Workshop, 7 ; 1 1 c 

Copeman (G. M.) the General Elections and the 

Beer Interest, 10/ 10 d 
Copper Miners Company in England, 20 m 7 
Corbet (Edward P.) After a Csffre Chief, 2 m 6/ 
Corkran (J. F.) on a Light Cable Tekgmpli, 18 

/7« 

Com, Imports from Russia, 23/ 4/ 

State of the Market, 1 j 7f—2j 7 e— 3^ 6 

/1_6 J 7/-_6 ; 6 d—7j 6 6—8 ; 6/— 9 j 6 «— 
lOi 7 6— 12y 6 e— 18 / 6 c— 14 j 6 6—15 / 6 6 
16 i 6 c-^Uj 6 6— 19y 6—20; 7 6— 21 j 6 e 
—22 j 6 rf— 23> 7 c— 24y 6 c— 26^ 6 s— 27i 6 
6— 28i 11 c-29y 7 d— 81> 5 «— 2/11 rf— 3/ 
11 6—4/11 d-^/7 «— 6/7 6— 7/7 6—9/ 
7 6—10/7 6—11/7 6—12/ 7 c— 13 f7 d-^ 
14/7 rf— 16/7 6—17/6 6—18 fG e— 19 f7f 
—20/ 6/— 21 /6 «r— 23 f7 rf— 24/ 7 cf- 26/ 
7 6—26/ 7/— 27/ 7 </-28 /7 /— 2 m 6 6—8 
m 6 6 — i m 6 6— 6 lit 6 c— 7 m 6 s— 5 m 6 <f— 
9 m 7 a— 10 m 6 6—11 m 8 c— 12 m 6 6—18 m 
7/— 14 Ml 6 /•-16 m 6 «— d7 m 8 c— 18 mi* 7 c— 
19 m 6 6—20 m 7 d— 21 m 10 (f— 23 m 8 e— 24 
m 6 6-. 26 m 7 cT— 26 w 7/— 27m 7 6—28 m 6 6 
-^0 m 8/— 31 m 11 6 

Supply of, 14 J 5/ 

see MoNBY Mabjust. 

Trade of Liverpool, 9 w 7 c 

Comer on Lard and Bacon, 23 / 10 s 

Corps of Commissionaires, Donations to, 3\j9e 
-—21 /•106— 7m 7a 



Oct 



FALIIXh'0 IHDBX to << THS TIKBt '* VXWSrAPXB, 



[Jan. lo to 



Corner (Dr.) on London HooMi, 24 j 10/ 

— ^ (liatthew) on Flaj-Gnmndf for London 
Childien,22;7& 

Coroners' JuriMictiong, Sj7a 

Cwnectioni, 1 i 7 c -ly 9 /— 5^ 12 A— 18 1 12 e 
—10/ 7 e— 21/ 9 e— 26 f 12 ^— 4 m 6 ^-« m 
5/— 18 m 6 a— 28 m 9 d 

Corrigan (F. M.) on the Poet to Brajnl, 19 / 6/ 

Corrican Fend, 24 m 11 f 

Costa Bica, Massacre of Chine<ie in, 16/6 6 

Costly Advertisiog—a Boral Vennent Paper's 
Charge, 81 tn 11 6 

Cotton (Arthur) on Irrigation Works in India 
17 J 12 b 

Market, State of, lj7 e &fSj5 C'-^f 5 

/— 6^7^—6/6/^— 7^6 rf&6— 8>66&/— 9 
J 6 c & rf—lOy 7 rf^ioy 7 €—12 / 6 6— 18 I* 6 b 
— 14 ]'6 fr— 14y 6c— 15 / 6 6 & cf— 16 i' 6 6 & d 
— 17i 6 6 & c— 19 i 6 *— 20i 7 c^21 / 6/ two 
noticet—22j 6 6, two noticeg^23 f 7 A— 23 j 7/ 
—24 / 6 a & «— 26 i 6 4-27^ 6 c— 28^ 11 &— 
29;7rf— 80i'7a— 81; 5/— 4 fU a-^flt 
^flb&e—lf 7 a— 7/ 7 d-9/7/— 10 /" 
7/— 11 /7d&/— 12/7 €, rwono/icef— 18/7 
c, /iro iio^iew— 14/6 0—14/7 &— 17/6 d— 18 
/6 6 &f—l9f 7 c, rwo fio^ice<^20 fQb&d-^ 
21/6 i6 & /•— 28/7 A— 24/7 </— 26/7rf&/ 
— ^26/7 6, «ico no^tVef — 27/ 7 *, fwo noticet — 
28/7 A &/— 2»i6/— 8 »i6e/— 4«l6rf&/•— 
5 iM 6 c & (/ — 6 f» 6 A, ftro notices — 6 m 10 ^ — 
7 m 6 d A /— 9 m 7/— 11 m 8 b, two notices-^ 
12 m 6 6 & d*— 13 m7 d& e— 14 mS b& d— 16 
w 6 ^—17 m 8 (^-18 m 7 a & e— 19 m 6 6 &/— 
20 M 7 c— 21 iM 10 d— 24 m 6 c— 26 m 7/-26 
m 7 d&/— 27fR 7 6—28 m 6 6—80 7it 8 d 

— — Payments for, 15 / 6 e 

Seed, 17 m 6 /• 

— Trade of Europe, 13 m 7 6 

Me AXSBICA. 

County Courts, Days of Sittings in Law Noticsb 
OT every day's poper. 

— Circular about Begistrars, 20y 6 d 

New Judge, 4 m 9 e— 25 m 5 c 

CX>UBT OF ALIXEBHEK:— 

Admitted Brokers, 21 ; 6 d— 11 m 18 d— 26 

m 10 a 

— Appointment of Chief Clerkship to the 
Lord Mayor, 28/7/— 26/6 d 

Death of Mr. Oke, 21i 6 d 

— Needlemakers Company Apply to Add to 
their Livery, 21> 6 d— 26 m 10 a 

Prisons, 11 m 8 d— 26 m 10 a 

OOUBT OIBOULAB:— 

— ^ Audiences, 7/8 a— 14 m 8 a 

— Beatrice (Prmoess) Confirmation of, 10/8 
6—10/9/ 

— Cambridge (Duke of) Assault en. 7i 7/ 

— Count and Countess Paris at Windsor, 20 
/12 c 

Ceurt, Holding of, 11 m 11/— 14 m 6 c— 16 

w9/ 

in London, 26y 9 e— 26/ 9 f 

Distribution of the New Year's Gifts by 

the Queen at Osborne, 8 ; 7 /* 
— — Drawing Booms by the Queen, 7/8 a — 25 

/8a— 27/*10a— 28/6e— 4m 8o— 26m6/ 
' m 8 a— 27 m 6 6—28 m 8 a 



Ooort divalar (eonttnuied). 

Drawing Booms by the Prince of Walea, 26 

/8a 

PresentatkHi Through Inadvertanoe^ 7 m 



7a 



— Due D'Aumale in London, 11 w 7 d*-12 m 
66 

— Edmburgh (Duke of) Addressee of Con- 
gratulation to on his Muriage, 6 j 10 cf— 28 / 
6 6— 81f'9 6 

Aadresses of Ccmgratulation t« the 



Queen on, 23/8 a— 11 m 11 /*— 28 m 12 6 
Arrangement for the Double Marriage, 



8/7/'— 19/6 <>-22i 6 c 

for thar Entry into London, 4 



5 



12fli6d 

for their Beoeption at Gravesend, 17 / 

7 d— 28 f 12 d~27/9 «— 28/ 9 r— 2 m 9 e— 5 
IN 12 c— 6 m 8 d— 7 im 6 c 

at Windsor, 21 / 12 d— 27 /9 



5d 



-10 



ArriTal of Guests at St PetersbuiKy 20 



/8o 

at Moscow, 6/10 c— 7/ 12 a 

— - of the Boyal Pair in EngUnd, 14 m 9 « 
—16/6 6 

Ball by the City of London to, Deferred, 



4/lOc 

Banquet to by the Prince of Wales, 1 7 « 7 6 

at the Jerusalem Chamber to Cele- 



brate the Boyal Entry into London, 14 m 9/ 

the Bride's Trousseau, 28 / 7/ 

at Brussels, 23 /6 a— 24/ 12 a— 28/ 12 



6 — 6 tn 5 6—6 m 6 a — 7 m 6 a 

Ceremony, 23/9 d—24i 9 e 

City of London Address and Present to. 



16 m 7 d--17 m 9 d— 20 m 7/ 

Court at Windsor Castle to BeoaiTO Con* 



gratulations, 18 m 6 6—19 m 6 c 

Crown Prince and Princess Present their 



Life Size Portraits to the Duke on his Wed- 
ding, 18/ 6 6 

Duchess of Edinburgh— Verses in Kag^ 



lish and Latin, 16 m 7 d 

an Empire's Wedding Gifts, 27/ 10 c 

— — Entry mto London, 18 m 9 s— 14 m 6 « 

Accidents, 13 m 10 c 

— Illuminations, 13 m 10 a 
Theatres, 13 JN 10 c 



FestiTities in London and the ProTineet 

on, 24i 10 c— 26/7/ 

Fetes at Moscow, 9/6 6—10 / 12 e— 12 



/9/-.ie/6c 

— ~ German View of the Marriage, 23/ 10 e 

the Golas on, 28/7 s 

— — « Honours Conferred <», 7 ; 6 6—8 /6a 

Imperial Manifesto on, 28 / 7 e 

Message to Moscow, 28/7 e 

List of visitors, 1 1 w 7 /" 

Marriage^ Notices about, 2 / 9/— 18 / 6 e 



—15 / 6 6—21 / 9/— 26 / 6 / 
Treaty, 28 tn 9 c 



12; 66 



the Mir on the Biarriage, 12/ 8 6 
MoToments of, 1/6 a — 3 / 3 6 — 6 / 6 



of the Boyal Pair, 26/9 /— 26 /* 9 /— 



2 m 6 6—10 m 6 d 



» 



Mar. 81, 1874.] pauekr's mraz to the «« tihbs " MWspapeb. 



Ofi 



Oonrt Ofacnlir (e9rUinMed), 

Edinboiisli (Duke and Duchess of) Photo- 
graphs of the Koyal Pahr, 18/9/ 

Preparations for the CemmemoratUig the 

Marriage in England, 20/8 o— 28^ 10 d 

Profframme of the IVooeedingSy 22j5e 

Bepiy to the Address of the Sue Cobuig- 



Gotha FftriiMnent, 25 /* 12 a 

Bobberies and Extortions at St. Peters- 



burg, 12 m 7 a 

Route of the Boyal Pair on their Entry 



into London, 28/9 e 

Royal Entry into London — ^the Queen's 



Letter on the Decorations Ac., 20 m 9/ 
— •«- Pair in Qemiany, 8 m 6 a— 4 m 5 a 
— — Wedding Cake at Windsor, 7 w 6 c 

in RusMa, 26 / 5 c— 27; 9 /— 29^ 5 



a— 30i 6 o— 31 i 5 o— 2/ 11 a— 2/ 12 o— 3 f 
12 a— 6y 10 O'-o/ 12 a-^ flOa 

the Russian Press on the Marriage, 18 J 



3a 



St Petersburg Fetes, 6/10 a— 18/9/- 
20y8a 

State Banquet at Windsor Castle to, 10 



M9e 



Verses en the Marriage, 7 m 5 b 

Wedding Gift from the Royal Nary and 

Marines of Engknd, 19/ 12/ 

Wdoome, by the Poet laureate, 7 m5b 

— Lereesby the Prince of Wales, 25/8 a— 
28/5 e—ll m 9 a— 12 m 9 /— 13 m 5 /— 14 m 
8 a— 14 m 9 e— 25 m 5 /*— 27 m 10 a 

Piesentations, 28 m 6 c 



— Marquis of Lone and the Princess Louise's 
New Estate at Tunbridge-Wells, 6 m 12 6 

— MoTements of the Court, 28 m 9 6 — ^25 m 5 
/— 26 m 9/ 

— Notices in sosrv day's jpoper. 

— the Old and New Ministry at Wladsor 
Castle, 28/5 f 

— Prince Arthur, MoTuments of, 14 / 12 a — 
17ri2a— 18/*6a 

— Prince of Wales's Visit to the Cify to Un- 
reil the Albert Monument on the Holbom 
Viaduct, 7; 9/- lOi 6 a 

and Princess of Wales, Movements of, 14 



J 5 6—11/ 12 a— 2 m 9 e— 5 m 9 e— 6 wi 8 rf— 
28iii5r 

at Berlin, 2 m 5 b — 6 mBa 

Marriage AmuTersary, 11 m 11/ 



Queen's Birthday, 28 m 8 <i 

Return of the Court to Windsor, 16/5 /— 

18/5 <f— 26/9>— 27/9/— 14 m 9/ 

Visit of the Queen to Germany, 14 m 9/ 

OOUBX OF OQMMON OOUNOIL:— 

Banquet to the Czar on his Coming to Sag* 

land, 26 SI 8 c 

Bengal Famine, SJ Be 

^— > Case of Mr. Le Liiardi, 16 j 6 s 

-^-^ and Mr. Commissioner Kerr, 16 i 6 s 

the Corporation and Sir Bartle Fiere, 27 / 

10 a 

and Columbia Market, 18/5 e— 27/ 10 d 

— ^ Elections, 80 m 7/ 

Farrin^don Market, 80 ; 5 6 

— » and the Inner Circle Railway, 27 m 5 s 
-— . Irisk flndAtv. 18 fR « 



Oourt of Common Omuieil {cotUinmei), 

LeadenhaU Street, 27 flOd 

Markets Committee, 18 m 5 e 

Marriage of Duke of Edinburgh, 27^' 5y— 

18 m 5 e 

Miscellaneous, 13/5 e 

Royal Humane Society for a Grant, 13 m 

5a 

St. Thomas's Hospital, 80y 5 b 

School of Cookery, 13 m 5 e 

Widening Lower Thames Street, 27/ 10 d 

Court of the Metropolitan, 28/ 9 s 
Coutts (Baroness Burdctt) see Bubdbtt 
Corent Garden Market, Intended Covering in of, 

3 m 10 a 
Cox (Edw. W.) Judges at the Middlesex Sessions, 

17 »ji 13 a 
Crake ( W. H.) on the Tichbome Trial, 3 m 10 e 
Credibitity of History, 28/12 6 
Credit Foncier of England^ 29 j 7 f— 7/ 7 e— 21 

m 10 a 
Criminal Law Amendment Act Demonstration, 

Bj 12 b 

Notes about, 16 j 12 d 

ORmiNAL TRIALS .— 

Abdelcader, Abraham, for Burglary, 7 i 

10/ 
Aikman, Robert, for Stealing, 10/11 •— 11 

/Urf 

Amberto, Marie, for Stealing, 8 j 11 if 

Andrews, Wm., and Chanes Webb, for 

SteiOUig, 24/11 e 
Antoniadis, Antorico, for Uttering a Forged 

Order, 3 m 11 a 

Archdeacon, Lawrence for Stealing, 4/ 1 1 c 

— — Armstrong, Martha, for Infanticide, 28 / 

12 <f 
Ameron, Agnes, for Stealing, 13/ lie 

— Arnold, John, and another, for Robbery, 4 
mlOs 

Ash, Gcoige, for Wounding, 16 m 11 6 

Bacz, Rx-President of San Domingo, for 

Falsely Imprisoning Mr. Hatch, an American, 

3 m 5 b — 7 m 5 a 
a Baker, for Bigamy, 26 m 11 d 

— Baker, Geoige, for Garotting, 14 j 10 e 

Balsac, — , for Forgery, 26 m 10 / 

Barker, Charles, for BurgUiy, 25 m 11 s 

— Barnes, Samuel Philip, and ethers, for 
Fraud, 15i 10/ 

Bartlett, John, for Manslaughter, 10 m 11 e 

Bayard, Paul, for Foisery, 3 m 11 a 

Beal, Frances, and othen, for Riot, 6 m 

11 c 

Bechin and Hatton, for Buiglaiy, 7 i 10 s 

Beechey, Geo., for Wounding, IBj 10 d 

Belcher, Robt., for Stealing, 14 ai 11 c 

Beti Markowitch, Col., for Criminal 

Offences, 12/12 a 

— Bellchamber, Frank, and John Ffarmin, for 
Stealing, 13 / lOy 

Bennett, Jane^ for Stealing, 21 1* 10 d 

William, for Wife Assault, 10 m 10/ 

Biggs, James, for Stealing, 10 m 10/ 

— Bigl^, George, for Mandsnghteri 8 m 11 5 
Bignon, M., and his Wife^ for Robbery, 6 m 

5 d 



6ri 



PAunsa's mDBx 'TO *< the tiiiss " iIbwspapeh. 



f Jan. 1 to 



Oximinal Trials (^continued), 

Binnell, Wm., for Attempted Murder, 28 m 

lie 

Black, John, for Maoslaaghter, 6 m 11 c 

Blackburn, Wm. Henry, for Perjury, 4 / 

11 e 

•^— BUke,'John, for Stealing, 11 w 18 r/ 

Bone, Geo. Morris, for Quackery, 4 m 10 e 

— 6 wile 
Borden, William, for Stealing, 15^ 10 d 

— Bowles, Thomas, for Burglary, 10 7* 11 e 
Boyd, George, for Attempted Murder, 12 m 

12 c 

Bradley, Edw., for Stealing, 25 / 11 c 

^ — Brandon, Nath., fur Stealing, 2*2 j 10 d 

Bridger, — , for Felony. 12 w 12 « 

Bright, Michael Octavius, for Forgery, 16 

m 11 d 
Brinklov, James, and another, for Stealing, 

31 m 11 e 
Brown, Abraham, for Night Poaching, 12 

ml2b 

- George, for Manslaughter, 5 7r 11 c 

John, for Stealing, 10/ 1 1 e 

Robert, for Stealing, 4 m 1 1 c 

Will Criss, for Murder, 25 m 12 e 



— Bruce, Charles, and Thos. Williams, for 
Kobbery, ISjlld 

— Bryan, George, for Manslaughter, 11 m 14e 

— Bushby, Wm., for Embezzlement, 7 m 11 e 
—10 m 11 6 

— Bull, William, and Benj. Croft, for Steal- 
ing, 18 / 11 c 

— Burford, Edw., and others, for Embezzle- 
ment, 18/11 b 

— Bum, G. Maurice, for Shooting with In- 
tent, 18 m 10 f 

— Bumey, — , for Shooting a Man, 27 m 11 d 

— Burton, Admiral J. Byder, for Libel, 18 j 
lid 

Cahill and others, for Conspiring to Bob, 



18m6(f 
Canham, Charles, for Stealing, 20 j 10 d— 

10 /"He 

Cann, Themas, for Stealing, 16 w 11 r 

Canoyan, Jas., and others, for Stealing, 6j 

lief 
*— ^ Carlisle, Benjamin, for False Personation, 

24 m 11 a 
Carter, John, for Gkirotting, 15 ^ 10/ 

— Carty, John, for Fraud, 11 w 18 a 

Chamberlain, Thos., for Murder, 11 m 14 6 

Chance, Elijah, for Manslaughter, 12 m 12 a 

Chapman, George, for Wounding, 11 m 18 a 

Charles, Wm., for Stealing Letters, 17 m 

12/ 

Christa and Chatam, for Stealing, 7 J 10 e 

Churchyard, Hannah, for Stealing, 21 j 

10 d 
Clay, Arthur, and athers, for Highway 

Robbery, 27/11 <f 

Clark, Thos., for Stealing, 6 j 11 rf 

Cocklin, Matthew, and others, for Riot, 5 

mll<f 

— Colbum, Emma, for Stealing, 18 y 10/ 
Cole, Catherine, and Jane Darey, for Steal- 

mff. Urilef 



Oriminal Trials (continued). 

Cole, Wm., for Stealing, 25 m 11 c 

for Burglaiy, 26 m 11 e 

Collins, John, for Fraud, 9i 11 e 

Connell, Wm., for Stealing, 10 m 11 a 

Cook, — , for Assault, 5 m 11 c 

Cooper, George, for Stealing. 14 m 1 1 a 

Hugh, and Wm. Hall, for Burglary, 7 n 



lid 



John, for Horse Stealing, 28/12 </ 

Thos., for Post Office Offence, 24 m 14 J 

—25 m 12 e 

for Stealing, 22 j 10 c 



Corp, Christopher, for Stealing, 8 ; 11 cf 

Coton, John, for Murder, 12 m 12 c 

— Couch, Richard, fcr Indecent Assault, 24 m 
lib 

Cousins, Ann, and others, for Stealing, 25 

m 11 e 

— Cox and Brown, for Wounding, 5 m 1 1 c 

Cresswell, Richard, for Felony, 4 m 10 e 

Dalton, Robt. Chas., for Stealing, 6/ 11 rf 

Darch, John, for Wilful Damage, 14 j 10 c 

Davies, Edward, and another, for Arson, 

27 mild 
WiUiam, and another, for Burglary, 11 » 

18 d 
Dayis, George, for Embezzlement, 4 m 10 e 

— '5 m llr 
Deasy, Lawrence, and others, for Burglary, 

7 mild 

— Death, Wm., for Fraud, 12 m 11 e 

De Civry, Elizabeth, known as Oonnteasde, 

for Fraud, 4 m 11 c — 25 m 8 a 
Dempsey, Martin, and others, for Miade- 

meanour, 8 m 11 c 

Derby, George, for Burglary, 24 j 12 6 

Despres, Pierre, for Indecently Asaaulting 

a Boy and Girl, 13 y 10/ 

Diamond, George, for Rape, 12 m 12 6 

Dibble, Thos., and Wm. Radbone, for Steal- 
ing, 5 m 11 c 

Dodds, Robert, for Stealing, 27/11 d 

Dow, John, for Forgery, 8^11 rf 

Dunning, Henry, for Stealmg, 2omll d 

— » Dyer, John, and another, for Robbery, 30 

ml8e 
Eastland, Mary Ann, for Neglecting her 

ChUd, 11 m 18 <f 
Edis, Fred. Bemamin, for Stealing, 12 m 

lie 

— Edmunds, Sarah, for Arson, 12 m 12 a 

Edwards, John, for Stealing, 7 j 10/ 

Ellis, Ana, for Infanticide, 20/ 11 c 

— Erans, George, for Night Poaching, 28 ai 
lid 

Farrell, Patrick, for Embezzlement, 16 m 

lib 
Fenton, Charles, for Attempting to Murder 

his Warder, 10 m 11 b 
Fido, Charles, for Furious Driving, 10 j 

11 « 
— — Flannery, James, for Robbery, 80 m 13 c 

Flyn, or " Rory of the Hills," 20 m 12 6 

Fordham, Catherine, for Abandoning her 

Infant, 6 m 11 6 
Fonza, Carlo, for Stealing, 28/ 11 < 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palkbe's ihbsx to '' tbk tues '' kbwspapks; 



Qiimiaal Trials (hmiintted). 

Fim, Alfrea, for Cutting and Wounding, 

29 Mild 
Furneauz, Qcorge and Matj,lfoT Stealing, 

12/llc— iznirf 

Furnell, William, for Stealing, 7 ; 10/ 

Qallaway, Jnmei, for Manalaughter, 7 m 

lie 

Garity, Rose, for Stealing, 2G fit 11 c 

— ^- Qerrard, James, for Robbery, IS mild 
Gibion, Thomas, and others^ for Robbery, 

loj 10 f 

Gilbert, Herbert, for Stealing, 26 m 11 e 

Goldboume, — , for Burglary, 10m 11 6 

Goldthorpe, George, for Fraud, 14 y 10 6 

■>« Green, Lydia, for Uttering Base Ck)in, 17 m 

12 e 
»— Grimes, James, for Manslaughter, 80 m 

18 if 

Grogan, John, for Assault, 24 m 11 fr 

Guy, Henry, for Embezsdement, bUU ig- 



nored, 6j5r. 

William, and others, for Stealing, 24 j 



12 6 



Hains, Frederick Joseph, for Stealing, 14 j 

10 c 
Hall, ex Mayor A. Oakey, for Fraud, 7 ; 

10 6 

— Halliday, Thos^ and others, for Trades 
Union Conspiracy, 21 m 11 r 

Hammond, Charles, for Stealing, Bjll d 

Handsbury, Margaret, for St^ng, 16 m 

11 a 

Harding, John, for Shooting, 6 m 11 c 

Harl^, Cornelius, for Wounding, 14/ 11 (f 
Heufy, for Assaidt and Bobbory, 14 



Criminal Triala (continuei), 

Hopkins, Anthony, for Burglary, 24 / 7/ 

Horlock, Maxwell, for Fraud, 7^ 10 s 

— - Hoskins, — , for Wounding, 5 m 11 c 

Howarth, John, and others, for Garotting, 

7mllc 

Howlelt, Charles, for Garotting, 5 m 11 <f 

Hudson, John Henry, for Forgery, 4/ 

11/ 
— - Hugelmann, Gabriel, for Fraud, &c., 28 m 

5e 
— Jackson, Emily, for Stealing, Sjll d 
George, and M. Ann Price, ior Stealing, 

24^12 6 

Nicholas, for Fraud, 15 ; 10 / 

William, and others, for Stealing, 25 m 

11 € 
— ^ James, Horatio, for Fraud, 11 /* 11 < 
Jennings, Thos., for Embezzlement, 29 j 

116 
Johnson, Mary, and another, for SteaUng, 

14 mild 

Jones, Dansey, and another, for Manslaugh- 



jlOd 



James, for Possessing Counterfeit Coin, 



SO n 18 c 

Bedgrare, for Assault, 16 J 10/ 



' — Harrison, Benjamin, for Garotting, 5 m 
11 e 

— Hassan, Isaac, and others, for Stealing, 17^ 
10 e 

Haynes, Edgar Charles, for Embezzlement, 



22 ; 10 e— 10/11 s 

— Head, Charles, and Patrick Cowley, for 
SteaUng, 7j 10 f 

— Hemmings, Robert, for Fraud, 4 m 10/ 

— Herbert, James, for BurgUry, 20/11 d 

— Hessey, James, for Stealing, 11/ 11 s 

— Hewsen, Charles, for Stealing, 25 m 11 cf 
-^ Hill, George, for Shooting Ms Wife, 8 m 
116 

' and Henry Scruton, for Manslaughter, 

10 m 11 c 

, for Uttering Base Coin, 5 m 11 c 

John, and others, for Rioting, 20 m Us 



-^Hinton, Thomas, for Stealing, &c., 14 y 
Ud 

— Hoai^ George, and John Todman, for Steal- 
ing, 4 m 11 e 

— Hodgin, Fred., and another, for Wounding, 
20 mild 

— Hegetoian, Abraham, for BmbeBdement^ 
4 Mile 

-^ Holt. tlM>mai. fof Muxder^ 20 m 11 c 



ter, 25 m 12 6—26 mild 

George, for Forgery, &c., 14/ 10 e 

for Stealing, 20 j 10 d 



James William, for SteaUng, 8/11 d 
Thomas, for SteaUng, 18 i 10 f 



— Kelby, John, for Incendiarism, 5 m 11 c 

— Kemp, Catherine, and Mary Ann Regan, 
for Keeping a Disorderly House, 16/ 10/ 

Edward, for Forgery, Bflld 



— KendaU, George, for SteaUng, 12/11 d 

— Kent, Maurice, for Assault, 24/11 d 

— KUbride, Michael, for Manslaughter, 20 m 
11 cf 

— King, Emma, for Murder, 21 m 11 c 

— Klowanski Harris, for Unlawful Possession, 
26/11 rf 

— Labourer, a Young, for Manslaughter, 26 
mild 

— Lafosse, Jean Baptiste, for Forgery, 25 m 
10/ 

— Lakeman, John, for Unlawful Reception, 4 
fll t 

— Lane, James, for SteaUng, 7 j* 10/ 

— Langhome, J. F., for Wounding, 21 fll d 

— Larque, Henry, for Manslaughter, 21/ 11 c 

— Larender, John, for Embezzlement, 24/ 

II rf 

— Lawes, James, for Assaulting a Lunatic, 5 

III 12 c 

— Lee, Mary, for Stealing, 12 m 11 <f 

— Leity, Ann, for SteaUng, 18/ 10 / 

— Leonard, Andrew, for Manslaughter, 7 m 
11 s 

— Levy, Jacob, for Indecent Assault, 11 / 
11 rf 

— Lewin, John, for Murder, 7 m 11 cf 

— Lewis, Rer. T C, for Indecent Assault, 21 
m^f 

— layelT, Rebecca, for Arson, 16 m 11 e 

— Lloyd, Sarah, and another, for Keepmg a 
Disorderly House, 21 j 10 d 

— Longdon, ^\^miiam, for Wounding, 5 m 11 <f 

— LoTC, Francis, for Woimding, 16/ 10/ 

— LoTegrore, — , for Wounding. 6 m II c 



Ori 



pauobe's xxdxz to ** tRB TmBs '' nwspirtt. 



[JaiLllo 



Oriminal Txiftla (c^n/iniiecO. 

Lowe, Samuel, for Inoeadiarism, 10 mild 

" and Penny, for Stealing, 10 m lid 

— Luckett, William, and another, for Stealing, ^ 
11 m 13 c 

Ljons, Ellen, for Garotting, 18 m 10/ 

Maodonald, John, for Assault and Attcm- 

ted Robbery, U; 10 € 
— • Mackman, \Vm., for Stealing, II fll d 
M*Ck>nnack, Daniel and Thos^ and another, 

for Assault, 25/11 c 

M'Kaj, Alexander, for Stealing, 24/ 11 d 

M'Leod, Alex. Charles, for Wife Murder, 

2Bflld 

Magttirc, Edward, for Stealing, 25 ?» 1 1 d 

— ~ Malpas, Charles, for Manslaughter, 20 m 

lie 

Malyon, Thos., for Assault. 12 m 11 c 

Man, for Felony, 26 ?m 11 rf 

for Libel, 26 m 11 d 

a Young, for Burglary, 2Smll d 

Mapp, John, for Stealing, 27 mild 

Margerrison, Glossop, for Intimidation, 4 m 

Maria Vincenzo de,and another, for Wound- 
ing, 11 /He 

— Markariantx, Otliinck, for Embesxlement, 5 
/12 a 

Martin Patrick, for Wounding, 26 m 11 <f 

Maunsell, Capt., for Assaulting the Duke 

of Cambridge, 5 / 10 e 

— Maynard, William, for Furious Driying, 28 
/llrf 

— Mead, Arthur and Charles, for Stealing, 8 / 
ll(f— 20;10(f 

Mears, William, for Stealing, 24/11 d 

— Mehan, Dr. and others, ifor Insurance 
Fraud, 18 m 6 (f— 14 m 7 a 

Meirr, — , for a Series of Murders, Ac, 81 

mSb 

——Mercer, Jane, for Keeping a Disorderly 
House, Oj lid 

— — Miller, James, and Chas. Hughes, for Steal- 
ing, 12/11 c 

»—' Mitchell, Alfred, for Incendiarism, 5 m 11 c 
- John, for Arson, 27 mil d 



— Moger Emaia, for Fraud, I2mll d 

— Morony, Mary, and others for Forgery, 14 
m 7 a 

— Morris, George Bone, see Bone 
Joseph, for UioUng, 12 m 12 6 

William, for MansUughter, 26 m 11 cf 



— Mulligan and Foulston, for Garotting, 17 m 
12/ 

— Murphy, Ann, for Wounding, 20mll d 

— Nash, Charles Barnes, for Forgery, &c., 4 
m lie 

— Neat, John, for Stealing, 12 m 11 c 

— Neel, Charles, and Philip Ahier, for Fraud, 
20j7c 

— Neeson, James, for Stealing, 29 / 11 c 

— Nixon; Thos., for Stealing, 4 m 11 c 

— OgUyie^Ann, far SteaUng, 21 j 10 d 

— Older, Wm., for Stealing, 10/11 s 

— O'Neill, Ber. Mr., and others, for Biot, 7 m 
12 d 

-^ Qrton, Abu, for Murder, Cm lie 



/ 



Griminal Mala (ccntwued), 

Organ, Edwin, and others, for Stealing, 22 

jlOe 

Ostrog, Bertrand, for Bobbery, 6^ 5 e 

Overton, Jane, for Stealing, 13/11 c 

Owens, John, for Manslaughter, 6 mild 

Paiker, William, fer Murder, 15 j 10 e 

Pate, Wm., and another, for Stealing, 12 m 

II a 
PeUta and Bonnard, for Assassination, 27 

/6 11—2 m 10 rf 

Petey, Edw., for Stealing, 6 i* 11 d 

Phillips and Monk, for Kicldng with Intent 

a Young Man, 7 m 11 c 

and Lofty, for Stealing, 10 m 10/ 



— Piper, Bobert, for Fraud, 25/11 d 

— Pitman, Henry, and Eliz. Standen, for Bob- 
bery, 10 m 11 c 

— Porter, William, for Stealing, 25 tA 11 c 

— Pountney, Elia., ard Hann^ Daniels, for 
Assault, 14} 10 ff 

Power, Bey. Mr., and others, for Assault, 



9.7 mSd 

Ellen, for Stealing, 30 m 11 6 



Price, Wm , for Stealmg, 7 J 10/ 
Pritchard, Dayid, for Bioting, 12 m 12 6 
Francis, and others, for Bioting, 12 m 12 £ 



— Pryer, J. H., and Jas. Carabine, for Garot- 
ting, 7 m 11 r 

— Pugsley, James, for Wounding, 25 m 12 <f 

— Qumn, Brothers, for Manslaughter, 7 m 12 a 

— Bandall, Joseph, for Fraud, 10 m 11 c 
Thos., for Attempted Suicide, 16 m 11 e 

— Bansom, Jas., for Stealing, 17 /ll cf 

— Beaney, James, for Murder, 20 ni 116 

— Beynolds, Henry, for Unlawful Possession, 
16;10e 

— Bicbards, John, for Wounding, 15 1 10/ 

— Boberts, George, for Stealing, 23 1 10 

— Bobinson, James, for Letter Stealing, 8 / 
lid 

— . Buthcrford, Dayid, for Wife Murder, 28 / 
12 d 

George, for Fraud, 4 m 10 <: 



— Samuel, Sam., for Stealing, 14y 10 e 

— Sawyer, Alfred, for Embezzlement, 2$ j 
lie 

— Scott, Chas., for Arson, 12 m 12 c 

— Seal, George, and others, for Stealing, 26 m 
lie 

— Semple, Cliarles, for Assault, 26/ 11 d 

— Senior, Wm., for Manslaughter, 20 m 11 cf 

— Sharman, Alfred, for Stealing, 12./ 11 <f 

— Shaw, Henry, for Bape, 26 m 11 (/ 

— Shenton, John, and anotiitr, for Night 
Poaching, 24 tr 11 a 

— Shepherd, John, for Stealing, 20 / 10 e 

— Short, Albert, for Forgery, 7 m 11 d 

— Simmons, Charles, for Stealing, 6y 11 cf 

— Sunpson, £Yed., and others, far Stealing, 25 
m lis 

— Shirk, Geo., for Stealing, 10 m 11 a 

— Slater, Dennis, and George Battey, for 
Stealing. 3 m 10/ 

— Smethurst, Bicfaard, for Bobbery, 16 si 
11 d 

— Smith, Fred., for Murder, 3 m lib 



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Cub 



Oiixninal Trials (e^ntinttect). 

Smith, Jas. Edgar, and Thomas Jonea, for 

Stealing, 12/11 rf— 13/11 c 
John lieonard, and other?, for Stealing, 

26 mil 6 

Marj, for Stealing, 9 ; 10 e 

William, for Assault, &c., 16 m 11 c 



— Smyth and Rogers, for Fraud, 21 ; 12 d 

— Snclgrove, T. W., for Attempted Murder, 
17 m 12/ 

— Snowdcn, John, and others, for AssauU, 16 
mil f?— 28m 11 d 

— Soutzos, Prince, and others, for Killing a 
Man in a Duel, 9/5 a— 10/11 e 

Sparks, Edw., and others, for Stealing, 26/ 



llci 

— Spragget, Thos., for Stealing, 10/11 « 
Spekc, Humphrey, for Niglit Poaching, 24 

m II a 

Stafford, Wm., for Stealing, 24/11 d 

Stanton, Warren Hastings, tor Fraud, 14 ; 

IDs 



— Steadman, John, for Burglary, 14^ 10 rf 

— Stevens, Charles, for Robbery, 30 m 13 c 

— Stone, Cyrus, for Indecency and Itape, 10 
mllb 

Stratton, — , for Unlawful Possession, 5 m 



lie 

— Sumland, Thos., and another, for Assault, 
24 m 11 a 

— Suter, Wm. Thomas, for Embezzlement, 21 

J ire 

Geo. Wm., for Embezzlement, 21 ; 10 c 



Sweet, Sylvanus, for Murder, 16 m 11 6 

Swift, Chas., for Rioting, 13 m 11 e 

Symonds, Thos. Draper, for Manslaughter, 

30 m 13 c 
Taylor, Edgar, and Henry Cardwell, for 

Burgary, 20; lOrf 
Henry, and Georgt White, for Horse 

Stealing, 3 m 11 e 

Wm. and Alice, and others, for Keeping 



Disorderly Houses, Oj 11 d 

— Teller, Alf., and Jos. Musto, for Garotting, 
5 m 11 e 

— Templeraan, Herbert, and Andre Giraud, 
for Forgery, 14 j 10 rf— 6 fll d 

— Thomas, Wm., for Stealing, 24 / 11 rf— 20 
m 11 c 

— Thompson, Edw., for Felony, 20 /" 1 1 c 

— Thurjfood, Edw., for Railway Offence, \0 m 
lib 

— Tichbome Trial, 1 / 11 a— 2^ 11 a— 3 ; 9 a 
—4pj 11 a -7j 11 a— 8 / 11 a— 9 ; 11 a— 10 ; 
11 a— 13 ; 11 a— 14 ; 11 a— IS j 11 a— IC / 11 
a^nj 11 a— 20 ; 11 fl— 21 j 11 a--22 / 11 a— 
23/11 a— 24y 11 a— 27 / 10 a— 28 j 10 rt--29 

Conclusion and Sentence, 2 m 7 a 

Corrections, 2/10/— 9/11 c 

the Great Imposture, 2 m 9/ 

Notes about, 3 m 10 c— 19 m 12 c 

Koticesabout, 19J13// 

Scene Outside the Court, 2 m 8 c 

Summing Up of the Lord Chief Justice, 

20 j 10 fl-3l ;■ 10 a—Z f\ a— 4 ^4 a— 5/4 a 
_7/4 a_l0/4 a— nV 4 «— 12 / 4 a-~13 / 



Oziminal Trials {ccnttnued), 

4 a— 14/4 a— 17 /•4 a— 19/ 4 a--20/4 c— 

21 /•4 tf— 24 f 4 a— 25 / 4 a— 26 / 4 a— 28 / 

4 fl 

Torr, George, for Perjury, 12 m 12 6 

Towers, Wm., for Manslaughter, 21/11 c 

Trevctt, Eliz. Ellen, for Infanticide, 3 m 11 6 

Trotman, Henry, for Stealing, 31 m 11 e 

Trubshaw, Edw., for Indecent Assault, 26 

/lie 
Upton, William, for Cruelty to his Horses, 

3 m 6 (/ 

Vale, Wm. Geo., for Stealing, ^jlld 

Vamey, Sarah, for Infanticide, 3 m 1 1 6 

Vincent, Edw., for Stealing, 7 j 10 « 

■ for Burglary, 12 w 11 c 

Walden, Mark, for Embezzlement, 24 m 11 e 

WaUh, Wm., for Embezzlement, 28 m W b 

Waterfall, Wm. and Mary Jane, for Felony, 

4 m 1 1 c 

Webb, Ellen, for Stealing, 2\j 10 d 

Welsh, James, for Wounding, 7 m 11 c 

White, Emma, for Uttering a Counterfeit 

Sovereign, 13 m 11 e 

Whitfelock, Robt., for Arson, 25 m 12 e 

Whittle, John, for Manslaughter, 18 m 10 < 

Williams, a Black, for Wounding, 5 m U c 

John, for Embezzlement 13 m 11/— 20 m 



11 t 



Joseph, for Stealing, '25 / 11 e 
Willings, John, for Arson, 16 m 11 c 
Wilson, John, for Embezzlement, 24 / 1 1 d 
for Uttering Base Coin, 5 m 11 c 



Wood, Alfred, for Wounding, 10 m 11 6 
James, and John Smith, for Stealing a 



Van, &c., 12 /"lie 

Jane, for Stealing, 22 J 10 « 



Woof, Willie, for Forgery, 12 m 12 6 

Wretlian, James, for Stealing, 6i 11 rf 

Wright, F-dw., for Forgery, 10 m 11 1^ 

Young, John, and others, 25/ 

lid 

Wm., and others, for Rioting, 12 m 12 6 

Crempton (Henry") on the National Federation 

of Employers, 2 / 11/— 12/ 6/ 
Cross (A. L.) on the Bengal Famine, 10 m 7 « 
(J. W.) on Wages and Expenditure, 2 / 

11/ 
Crossed Checks. 14 i 8 & 
Crossley & Sens, 17j 6 a 
Crowdcr r S.) on the Transvaal Goldfields, 20 / 

Id -^ 

Crown of Italy, Order of Appointment, 19 m 12 e 

Laad, Report, IGj^/ 

Cruelty to Animals in Italy, Notes about, 6 j 10 

/— 7 ; o e 
Crystal Palace Company, Concerts, I0jl2 d 

General Meetings, Ij 7 d 

Uerr Joachim at, 16/ 12 cf— 1 1 m 13 ci 

Proposed Conscryative Demonstration at, 

24/9 « 

Shakespearian Performances at, 6 m 5 /* 



Cuba, Arrest of the Director of the HavannaU 

Lottery, 27j 5 a 

Arrests for Riot, 17 fl2 a 

and the American FLag at Santiago, 9 

lOflf 



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palmer's index to " THE TIMES " MEWSPAPEK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Cuba {^continued), 

A.dm. Polo Disclaims any Intended Insult 

to the United States, 7j 5 a 
How Thirteen Men Escaped from, to Aroid 

Being Draughted, 24 m 4/ 
Insurrection, 26/6^—17 m 8 «~-28 m 5 a 

—30 m7 a 

Loss of the VirginiuSf 12y 11 a — 16 / 9 e 

Murder of Ex-President Cespedes, 26 m 



10 e 



Notices of the Vtrgimus, 5y 5 c— 6^ 6 a 

Miscellaneous News, 16/5 a — 17 m 8 e 

Proclaimed by the Captain-General in a 

Stateof Siege, 9/5a 
— Surrender of tha Virgimus, New York 

Tribune oa, 5 j 10 d 
Cuife (Hey. Michael) on Roman Catholics and 

Freemasonry, 14/6 rf 
Culley (Geo.) on Labourers' Cottages, 14 i 8 c 
Cumming (Dr. John) on the London Mission, 18 

Curious Wills, 2jS h—19J 12 h 
Currants, State of the Market, 4 m 6 /* 
Customs Duties Returns, 12^ 6 a— 12/7 rf— 26 

J 9 e--12 m 6 a 
and Inland Revenue, Probable Fusion of, 

16^6 6 
Cutch, State of the Market, 28i 11 b—Zlj 5 /"— 

11/7/ 

D. 
Dale (L.) on Decoy Birds, iml d 
Danger of Intenrention, a Second in a Duel 

Wounded, 27^ 9 e 
Dangerous Delicacy, 7 J 4/ 

Toy, Notes about, 13/6 ^f— 14/12 d 

Disclaimers as to the Making, 14/12 d 

—16/5 6 
Dangers of Friendship, 2ef6J 
D'Aosta (Duchess) Health of, 20 ; 6 6 
Darbishire (S. D.) on the Oxford Crew Declining 

to Accept the Lord Mayor^s Inritation, 1 1 m 

9c 
Daubeney (H. C. B.) on King's College Hospi- 
tal and St. John's House, 16/10/— 20 / 12 c 

—2 m 5/ 
Dauphin, Notes about, 20 m 12 rf— 24 m 8 c— 26 

m 6/— 28 mil f 
Davidson (Ellis A.) on London Balconies, 10 m 

9/ 
Davies (J. Llewelyn) on the School Boanl and 

Lisson Grove, 17i 12/ 

Davis (Fred.) on the Destruction of the Pantech- 
nicon, 23/12 a 

Dawson (Wm.) on Lay Preachers, 14/7/ 

Deacon (Henry) on the Export Duty of Coal, 12 
m 6 e 

Deaf and Dumb Association, Mr. Vincent's Lec- 
ture, 13 m 5 a 

Death from Eating a Cat that had Deroured a 
Poisoned i^t, 7 ;" 4/ 

of Mr. Liddell, from Starvation, 19 i 6 rf 

Man Frozen to, 9 j 12 a 

of a Miser, at Hollo way, 27 m 10 cf 

Mysterious, at Deptford, 25/10/ 

at Hackney- Wick, 5 m 11 « 

from an Overdose of Worm Powder, 28 / 9 e 



Death to a Pauper by Falling from Steps while 

Cleaning Windows, 1 ^* 10/ 
— from Privation, 12 r/i 8 6 
•— — in a liailiray Carriage, 31 m 7/ 

in Sampson's Wood, 21^* 9 < 

Sudden, 17/5 d 

in the Pulpit of Mr. Harding, a W^csleysQ 

Minuter, 24 /'9 « 

of Dr. Dickson, 9/7/ 



^oni Village Inhospitali'ty, 13/6 s 

DEA.TH8: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as aUo of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times. 

Abercrombie of Decca, 2>^jllc 

Adams, Major Charles, 3 m 8 a 

Anderson, Professor, the " Wizard of the 



North," ofl2d 

— Agassiz, Professor Louis, 1 i 6 d — 9 J 7 c 

— Aitchison, Commander Edw., 6 / 6 « 

— Anncslcy, Lt. Col., 9 ; 5 « 

— Arcot, Prince of, 16^ 5 a 

— Argyll, Duchess-Dowager of, 27/10 c 

— Arnira, Daughter of Count, 19 j 5 a 

— Arnold, Frederick, 28/1 o 

— Arnott, Dr. Neil, o tn 5 d 

— Auton, Capt. A., 9 j 6 « 

— Baker, Staflf Commander William F., 6 / 5 « 
George, 5 ; 5 « 

Capt. R. D., 12/ 12 b 



— Balan, M., Funeral of, 31 m 12 a 

— Ball, Sir Wm., 23 m 13 c 

— Barnabo, Card., 26/12 6—11 m 14 c 

— Beddorm, John Alex., Sword Bearer of the 
City, 21/7 6 

— BcU, Henry Glassford, 87 7/ 

— Bent, Major John, 5 ; 6 e — 7 / 5 6 

— Binney, Kev. Dr. Thos., 26/1 a— 25/6 e 

— Black, Adam, 26; 5 6 

— Blackbume, J. Ireland, 28/9/ 

— Blake, Capt., 18/9/ 

— Blayney, Lord, 21 i 9 e 

— Bodkin, Sir W. H., 28 i« 1 o— 28 m 8 c 

— Bourke, Control Officer, 5 m 6 c 

— Bourne, G. S., 6 j 5 « 

— Boyle, Col. 18/6 e 

— Bradshaw, Sub. Lt. Victor, 18 m 10 cf 

— Bristed, Charles Astor, 11/6 d 

— Brome, Capt. Fra. H. D., 9 / 6 e 

— Brooks, Shirley, Editor of Punch, 24/ 10/— 
25/ 1 a— 17/ 6 d—2 m 10 c 

Verses from Punch on, 4 m 10 c 






— Brunnow Countess, 14 »t 9 s 
Buchanan, Capt. J. G., 12/ 12 ^ 

Buckingham, Duchess, 2 tn 1 « — 2 i» 9 « 

Buckle, Capt. R. N., Killed in Battle at the 

Gold Coast, 27/6 c 

Budgen, Commander John, 16 to 6/ 

Bullock, Adm. Fred., 18/5 « 

Burnett, Sub. Lt. J. W. M., 67 5 « 

Candlish, John, 19 m 5 </ 

— Capo, Matthew, 26^ 5 6 
Carew, Sir Walter, 29/ 7/ 



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Bea 



Deaths (continued), 

Carter, Adm. T. W«5n, 6 / 12 6 

Champneji, Rev. C. F. 17 > 1 h 

Chang and Eng, the Siamese Twinp, Aged 

63, 21^6 6 

Charteris, Col. the Hon. Richard, 17 m If 

Lt. the Hon. A. W., hj U t 

Notes about, 6/9/ 



Chatterton, Vice Chancellor, 1/76 
- General Sir J. C, 6 j 5/ 
Cholmeley, Sir Mentague, 20 j 6/ 
Ckirke, Wm. John Turton, an Australian 



Millionaire, 19 m 7/ 

— Colombo Gen. Geo. Thomas, 25 ?» 6 e 

— Colonsay, Lord, 3/7/— 5/12 d 

— Cook, John H., 6/d c 
Rer. Emile, Zfod 

— Cotton, General Sir Sydney, 23/9 f 
Funeral of, 26 /* 12 </— 4 m 12 e 



Craigio, Gen. Sir Patrick Edmundstone, 7j 

6 a— 9 J 5 e 

CritcheH, Capt. Wni., Bj5e 

Crosbie, Commander John G., SjSe 

Cumberlegc. Lt. Gen. Edw. Altham, 1/66 

Curgcnren, Richard, 6 ; o « 

Daniel, Col. Henry, %jod 

DaTidson, Major Frank, 12/12 h 

Da vies David, 5joe 

De Berg, Count, Funeral, 20 j 5 6— 28 j 4 d 

Countess of, 3 tn 5 a 

Delahaye, Col., 6 / 8 a 

— >- De Ros, Lord, 7 ; 8 b—^j 10/ 

Funeral Sermon for at the Tower, 13/ 



7f 



Desclee, M. Aimee, 12 m 9 e— 14 mS6 
Funeral, 18 m G a &c 



— De Witt, Madam Cornells, 3 m 7 6 

— Dickson, Dr. J. T., 9/ 7 / 

— Dinning, Col. Henry, 12/12 h 

— Dobie, Staff Surgeon Robt.. Bj6e 

— Dombrain, Commissary J. It, 12/ 126 

— Donner, Countess, Morganatic Widow of 
Frederick Vn. of Denmark, 7 mS a 

— Dougherty, Quarter Master W., 12/12 b 

— Dunlop, Lt. Tristram, 9 / 5 € 

— Dunn, Major, Denis, 12/12 6 
- Samuel, 2/11 e 



— D'Urban, Lt. Gen. Wm., 7/8 a— 9/ 5 < 

— Eardley-Wihnot, Lt. F. H., 9/ 6 e 

— Evans, D. Morier, 2j f 

— Eyre, Lt., Killed at Ash'antoe, 28/10 6—4 
m5d 

— Notes about, G mod 

— Farley, Thomas J., 21 /9 i/ 

— Father Etienne, 14 m 5 a 

— Fife, Major, 25/6 / 

— Filhnore, Ex-President, 10 m 5 6—26 m 10 a 

— Fitzwilliam, Hon. G. W., 5 m 10 « 

— Flint, Capt. E. W., 9/ 6 c 

— Frands, Lt. C. T., 6/ 6 « 

— Freemantle, Lt. Delvin, 6/ 6 e 

— French, Lt. Col. H. J., 14/5 « 

— Froud, Jonathan George, 17 fo d 

— Gablentz, General, 6 /'7/— 18/7 c 

— Ghilignani, John Anthony, 1/5 6 

— Galton, Frances Ann, Daughter of Dr. 
n«ri»iM \n r\ a is /"in ;. 



Deaths (continued), 

Gambler, Lt CyrU, 12/12 6 

Garland, Commander William, CjBe 

Gibson, Commander Thos. A., 6/6 c — 12 

5e 

Gildla, Major Gen., 9/ 5 e 

Gill, George, 6/ 5 e 

— - Gordon, Vice Adm. William, 6 / 6 « 

Gorringe, Wm. Pennington, 10/ 1 a 

Guaiteru, Senator, 11/12 a 

Hamilton, Capt. Charles, 5jSe 

GoL F. S., 12/ 12 6 

Lt. Col. George, 12/12 6 

Rev. J., 12 /• 12 6 

CoL J. J., 20/ 12 5 

Harding, Rev, Thos., Suddenly in the Pul- 
pit, 24 /•9e 

Hardwicke, Earl of, 6/ 6 e 

Harris, Col. Robt. R., 12/ 12 6 

Harrymount, James, 9 / 6 c 

Hartrick, Lt. W., 9 / 6 « 

Harvey, Commander Edw., 6/ 6 e 

Hay, John, 6 / 5 « 

Helps, Rev. W., 12 /•12 6 

Henderson, Commander John, 5/ 5 c 

Hickt, Rtv. William, 20/ 6 d 

Hilton, Capt. James, 9/ 6 « 

Hoffmaa Van Fallersleben, 

Henry, 22/6 6 

Holbume, Sir William, 19/12 e 

Funeral, 26/8 er 

Hopkins, John, 7/ 10 5 

Houghton, Lady, 26/ 6 d 

Howth, Earl of, 7/ 10/ 

Funeral of, 17 /* 12 6 

Hurford, Capt. H. P , 12/ 12 6 

Jackson, John, a Corunna Veteran, 26 m 



Augustus 



5c 



Mrs. Lady of the Bp. of London, 8 / 9 e 

— Jeakes, Col., 16/11 f 

— Jefferson, John M., 6 / 6 « 

— Jeffreys, Commander Richard G., 6 / S « 

— Jcnyns, Col. Soamo G., 9 / 5 « 

— Johnstone, Sergt., 6/ IB 6 

— Jones. John, Aged 102, 9 m 7 rf 

— Kay, Commander Albert E., 6/ 6 « 

— Keane, Dr., Roman Catholic Bp. of Cloyne, 
2 m 11 a 

— KeUy, Lady, 8/ 3 d 

— KHson, Rev. Edw., 6/ 6 « 

— Krause, Rev. E. W. R., 8/ 1 a 
Baron de, 27 m 8 6—28 m 10 c— -80 m 9 6 



— Lapping, Lt. Arthur, 12 / 12 6 

— Lawrence, Lucia Frances, 10 m 1 a 

— Le Marchant, Major Gen. Sir John Gas- 
pard, 9 f6e 

— L'Estrange, Dr. E., 9/5 e 

— Livingstone, Dr., 27/ 5 o 
Memoir of, 28 / 8 a 



— Loudoun, Countess, 26/ 6 6 

— Lowcry, Steve, I2m9 e 

— Luders, Gen. Count. 17/12 a 

— Lunalilo, King of the Sandwich Islands. 18 
/6 ri— 5 m 7/ 

— Mackenzie, Kenneth Ross, 7/6 e 

— Madler, Johann Henrich Von, 30 m 14 a 



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PALMEU'S INDEX TO ^' THE TUIES " NEWSPAl'EB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Deaths (continued). 

Marsh, Joseph, 5 m 5 c 

Staff Capt. George, o joe 

— Masters, Sergeant, 6^' 9 « 

Maxwell, Adm. J. Balfour, 7/ 12 6 

M'Bride, Capt. A., 9 / 6 c 

M*Clure, Vice Adm. Sir Robt. J. Le M., 5 j 



5« 



MTcmaH, James, 5^^" 5 « 

Medlicott, Edward, 27 m 7 a 

Mclvillc-Bloncourt, U fl2a 

Merivale, Herman, 9/5 c — 17/12 b 

Merton, Louis, 20 / 7 a— 21> 1) £ 

Michelet, Jules, the Historian, 11/12 a — 

12/6 6 

Mutch, Capt. J., 9joe 

Napier, Lt. and Hon. Basil, Funeral of, 2i 

/12/ 

Nelson, Ex-Judge Samuel, IjOd 

Nicol, Capt., Killed at Ashantee, 27/9/— 

2m 8c 

Notes about, 3 /n 5 € 

Nicolls, Lt. Col. George Green, 20 f 12 

Nightingale, William Edward, Father of 



Miss Nightingale, 8^9/ 

— Niza, Marquis, Funeral of, 11/12 a 

— O'Connor, Patrick, 7 m 6 6 

— Oke, George ColweU, 10 ; 12 6— 12 J 11 c 

— Orman, Rer. John, IBjdf 

— Peppis, Thomas, 6j 9e 

— Philip, Brother, of the Christian Doctrine, 
Sj6a 

— Pickard, Lt. H. W., 9y 5 « 

— Pickthom, George W., 5 / 6 € 

— Portarlington, Countess of, 16y 5 c 
Funeral of, 23^ 8 a 

— Potter, Capt, Frank, 9 / 6 « 

— Preston, Capt. Sir Henry L., 5J o € 
Pye, John, the Landscape Engraver, 17 / 



10/ 



Quammagcn, a Secondee Chief, lOJ5d 

— Quin, Lt. Col. Henry E., 12/12 6 

— Renard, Count, 12 7/1 4/ 

— Richmond, Dowager Duchess of, U m 9/ 
Funeml of, 20 m 9/ 

— Riley, Lt. CoL Daniel, 12/12 b 

— Roberts, Gen. Sir Abraham, 21 j 5/ 

— Robertson. Capt. Fred., 9 ; 6 c 
William', of Australia, 1U m i d 

— Robinson, Rev. James, 6j 6 e 
Peter, 19i 1 a 

— Rosa, Madame Parepa, 23 ^ 10 / 

— Rossmore, Lord, 30 w 7 c 

— Rothschild, Baron Meyer de,. 7/9 /— 11 / 
'J £—12/10 « 

— Salwey, Col. Hcncy, 17 m7J 

— St. John, Lord, 30 / 5 6 

— Schaw, Charles, 16 mj 5 f 

— Schalch, Major A. O. W., 17 j 6 d 

— Schetky, John Christian, 9 /* 7 e 

— Seisal, Comtc, 9/5 b 

— Siamese Twins, 21; 5 h—9j 12 Zi— 17 f9 d 

— Smith, Major Gen. Charles, 9j 5 < 
Sir Francis Pettit, 17 f7 b 

— Snow, Capt. William, 12/ 12 6 

— Sparshott, Adm. Edw., 5 ; 5 e 

-^- Sperling, Commander Rowland M., 5 ^' 5 «. 



DeathB continued), 

Stanhope, Countess, 1/6 /— 10 / 12 d 

Funeral of, 9j 9/ 

Sir Edwyn Francis Scudamore, 12/12 h 

Stapleton, Rev. Sir F. J.. 16 /"e a 

Strauss, David Frederick, 10 / 12 a— 11 / 

12 r 

Stuart de Decies, Lord, 26 i 6 ft— 26 ; 7 /. 

Sumner, Charles, 12 w 5 6—26 m 10 a 

Burial of, U m 5 0—30 m 9 h 



Sweatman, John M. 5 / 5 e 
Sweeting, Commander William, oj 5 e 
Syracuse, Countetss of, 21/6 b — 5/9 e 
7'arquini, Cardinal, 16/5 6 
Taylor, Frederick, 5 ; 5 « 
Telbin, WiUiam,6/9/ 
Temploman, Commander W., 5/6 e 
lliomas, Capt. James, 13 1 6/ 
Thompson, Capt. Herbert, 17 m 9 b 
Hon. James, 17/7 d 



— Thomson, Lt. Joseph, 12/ 12 A 

— Tilby, T. M., 5 ; 6 « 

— Tuppcr, Lt. Col. D. W., 9 j 5 « 

— Turner, Sir E. H Page, 2Gni5f' 

— Twecdie, Capt. Michael, 6/6 ft 

— Tyrrell, W. J., 9/ 5 <8 

— Valentine, Algernon P. S., 24/ 1 a 

— Vertue. George, 28 / 1 a 

— Wall, Janccs G,, 5.; 6 e 

— Walter, Martha, 10 m 1 a 

— Ward. Henry. 17/6rf 

— Way» Albert, 27 m 8 ft 

— Wells, Lt. Lewis F., 5/ 6 < 

— Williams, Gen. Sherburne Hodgkinson, 14/ 
12 d 

— Wilson, Capt. Willoughby, 9 ;' 6 c 

— Wing, Commander Arthur, 6/ 5 « 

— Winslow, Dr. F. B., 7 m 1 a 

— Wodehouse, Adm., 20 m 10 ft— 23 m 12 ft 

— Wood, Commander John, 6/66 
Dr.J. G., 9/6e 



Wormald. Thomas, 3/ 10 ft 

Decoy Birds, Notes about, 4 in 7 d — 6 m 6/ 
De la Rue (Warren) on the New Observatory at 

Oxford, 6/ lid 
Delicate Travellers— Silkwom's Eggs, 16/ 12 e 
Denbigh (Lord) on Caesarism and Ultramon- 

tanism, 1 ;' 8 c 
on Sir Robert Peel's Charges on him, 2 / 

8a 
Dcnison (E. B.) on the Transit of Venus, 2 / 

12 d 
Denroan (.1. L.) on the Manufacture of Port, 9/ 

10 «— 16/11/ 
DENMARK :— 

"International" Interdicted, 3 fi2'a 

Miscellaneous News, 6 / 5 ft 

Parliamentary Crisis in, 87 5 ft — 29/ 5 a 

Quarantine Preciutions Abolished, 5 m 6 6 

Sentence on Pihl the Socialist Leader, 26/ 

6a 
Dental Hospital, New, for London, 14 m 12 c 
Derby Portrait Memorial, 3 m 11 e 

(Earl of; at Liverpool, 15/ 6 d 

on Scientific Industry at Manchester, 17 



i 5 e 



at the Society of Arts, 18/9 e 



Mar. 31, 1874.3 . palmku's index to the " ti3ies " newspapeu. 



Biv 



Derby (Earl of) on tho Straits of Malacca, SO j 

anil Uniyersit/ College Hospital, 11 / 

12 (f 
Dca VoBux (G.Wm.) on Snake Bites, 8 i 8 5 
Desart (Lord) Appeal for Michael Banim, 21 m 

6e 

on the Chesterfield Letters, 10/ 9 e 

Diamond Fields of South Africa, 18 m 10 (f 

Rock Boring Company, 29 j 7 c 

Diana of the Ephesians, 17/8 a 

Dicey (W. J. T.) on the Channel Passage, 18 m 

Dickens (Charles) Note Book, 16/12 rf 
Dickens's Works — Proposal for a Classical 

Edition, 23 m 7 c 
Dickenson (Lt. C. H.) on the Late Zulu Bising 

in Natal, 24 m\Od 
Dickson (U. H.) on the Embankment of Land 

from the Sea, 12 / 5 e 
Dilke (Sir Charles) on the Bepresentation of 

CheUea, &c., 6/7 rf— Uy 7 a 

on Picketing, 8/10/ 

Disastrous Pilgrimage, 16 m 5 &— 19 m 9/— 21 

mid 
DifcUimers. 10; 12 c/— 14 ; 6 >>-24 ; 6 a— 28 j 

II a-^bfl 6—28 / 5/— 11 m 9 c— 24>n Oc 
DisestabUshment, Note about, '21/ of 
Disraeli (Rt. Hon. B.") Address to Ms Constituents 

26/8 a * 

at Aylesbury, 2/5 rf 

at Buckingham, 1 1 / 5 e 

Circular on the Opening of Parliament, 24 

j l0/-^2e^f 12 6 

Movements, 27/ 9 c— 7 w 9/ 

at Newport Pagnell, Bf5c 

** Distance I^nds Enchantment to the View," 18 

mile 
Difidends (Bankrupts) 3i 6 a— 7 J 8 a— 10 jSb 

_li / 8 6—17/ 8 0—21 j 6/— 24/ 7 a— 28 j 6 

/— ;Jl / 5 6— 4/7 c— 7 fSa-^ll fh d— 14/ 5 

f—\SfS 6—21 fla- 2oJ 8 6—28/6 /— 4 wi 

8 6—7 iM 7 n— 11 TO 9 6—14 >/i 8 a— 18 m 6 6— 

21 M 8 6—25 m 5/— 28 m 8 6 
Divorce and Suicide, 26/ 1 1 d 
Court, Costs on Cases During the Past 

Year, 23 m 7 c 
DIVOBC^ OOUBT:— 

Atkins V. Atkins, 17 j 10 d 

Baker ». Baker, 17 i 10 d 

Batchvlor v. Batchelor, 12/ 11 r 

• Beoyon v. Beniyon and 0*CalIaglian, 5 / 

lie 

Bingley v. Bingley, 23 ; 12 6 

Bird F. CoUey, ll» / 11 6 

• Bishop V, Bishop and Murphy, 10 m 10 c 

BUke V. Blake, 20 w 11 « 

Boughton p. Bough ton, 16 « 10 c 

Brewer i\ Brewer and Durk, 18 /* 11 6 

• — • Broadhead r. Broadhead, 16/ 10 « 

• Brown v. Brown and Paget, 1 6 m 10 a — 1 7 

ml3d 
Campbell v, Campbell, Totten and Diggett, 

23 J 12 c 

Carroll r. Carroll and Maxwell, 17/ 10 d 

' Cartledge v. Cartledge, 4 m 11 6 

— — nftsann »• Pnaainn anri AfnrtAn 11 /* 1 1 r? 



Divorce Coxat (^continued), 

Chanirell v, Chantrcll, 12 / 11 c— 4 m 

116 
Chapman v. Chapman and Ruddock, 19 / 

116— 21/10 r 
Chilvers ». Chilvers and Vandyke, 20 »i 

lie 

Cleland v. Cleland and Fluke, 14 in 11 c 

Cooper r. Cooper«nd Oldroyd, 5/11 c 

Copner v. Copner, 11 m 13 e 

Coulthard v. Coulthard, 18/11 6 

Cuthbcrts<m i\ Cuthbertsoo, 16 i 10 e 

Dorn V, Dorn and Towtell, )2/ll c 

Edridge i*. Edridge and Oliver, 4 m 11 6 

Edwards i\ Edwards, 18/ U 6 

Eeles r. Eeles, 5/11 e 

Fagg r. Fagg, 17/ 10 d 

Fisher v, Fisher, 

Fitzgerald v, Fitzgerald, 21 j 10 6 

Frampton v. Frampton, 16 m 10 c 

Fringi V, Frings, 5 f'U c— 11/11 d 

Gilbert r. Gilbert, 12/ 11 c 

Godrich V. Godrich, 18/11 6—25/11 6 

Grant Dalton v, Twiks, 16/ TO « 

Grant v. Gr.int, Robertson and MayerhofFer, 

26/116—5/11 c 
— • — Handley v. Handler and Grant, 6/11 c 

HarrcU v, HarreH, o/U c 

Harrison v, Harri on, 17 ; 10 (f 

Hatch r. Hatch, .'» /'lie 

Hawkins v. Ha^vkins, 19/11 6—21/10 6 

Hodgson r. Hod^json, 11 m 13 c 

Hooper r. Hooper, 24 i 12 6 

Jackson r. Jnckson, 23/ 12 6 

Keen v. Keen, 4 m 11 6 

Langstone v. Langstone, 19 m 11 d 

Loveday r. Loveday and Comwell, 17/ 

10 rf 

Mapniire v, Maguirc and Hayes, 19/11 6 

M'Wean r. M*Wean and Goldsworthy, 17 

jlOd 

Milward v. Mil ward, l^-mll d 

Myers r. Myers, 16^' 10 c 

Nettleton v. Nettleton and Stevens, 19- 

116 

Nickels r. Nickels, 20 m 1 1 a 

Palmer v. Palmer, 24/ 12 6 

Pearon r. Pcaron and Pearon, 23/ 12 c 

Phillips r. Phillips, 21/ 10 c 

Pidstock r. Pidstock, limine 

Porter r. Porter, 17 / 10 d 

Price r. Price, 17i 10 rf 

Richardson r. Richardson and Pringle, 17 / 

10 rf 

Ripley r. Ripley, 4 m 11 6 

— • Sharp r. Sharp, 4 m 1 1 6 

Short V. Short and Bolwell, 6/11 c— 11 / 



11 cf 



— Shottlander r. Shottlander, 21 j 10 6 

— Silvester r. Silvester, 19/ 11 c 

— Singleton r. Singleton, 17/ 10 </ 

— Sisterton r. Sistcrton, 23 ; 12 6 

— Smith r. Smith, 10/ lOe— 23/ 126— 11/11 
d— 4 w 1 1 6 

— Somerset r. Sonierfet, 16 / 10 e 

— Staplee p, Stnplw, 24/ 12 a 

__ Xtovnnfinn t* Sirnvonanti 1ft #'11 A 



Div 



»> 



PALltEU S INDEX TO " THB TIMES NEWSl'AI'EB. 



.[Jan. lo to 



/7d 



BivoToe Oonrt {continued). 

Streets v. Streets unci Hawkins, 19 7' 11 6 

Syrett v. Syrett and Ward, U/U rf 

Thirkland v, Thirkland, 5^ 11 c 

Thorpe r. Thorpe, 18/11 6 

Tittensor r. Tittensor and Darby, 17 j 10 d 

-^— Toumer r. Toumer, 1 1 m 13 c 

Toyne r. Toyne, 17 flOd 

Tregidge r. Tregidge, 24 j 12 b 

Tullock V, TuUock and Waylcn, IQj 10 e 

Venters ». Venters, 26 y 1 1 6 

Waller r. WaUer and Roberts, 19 j 11 6 

Watson V. Watson and Fern, 6 fll c 

Whitchurch v, Whitchurch and Butler, 20 

m 11 a 

Wilks r. Wilksand ProUni, 24 > 12 b 

Wingfield r. Wingfield, 19 j 11 c 

Young V, Young and Pougher, 20 m 11 a 

Dixon (George) at Rochdale, 2lj7b 

on Education at Manchester, 22 j 5/ 

DOCKS:— 

British and Chann^ Dock Company, 6^ 6 

a— 18/6 d 

Commercial, 7 m 6 a 

Cuxharen and RaUway, 28/7 a— 26/7 a 

East and West India, I7j6 d 

Falmouth, 2 w 6 rf 

Liverpool Board, 8.; Sf—6j 5 c 

London and St. Catherine's, 16 j 6 a— 4 f 

lie 

MilwaU, 7/7 a— 16/7 a— 24 f If 

Southampton, 22 7 6 a — 31 y 6 c — 6^ 

State of, in ever^ days paw 

Surrey Commercial, 13 m 7 </ 

Dodo and the Dodlet, Ij hf 

Dodson (Robt.) on the Playground for Drury , 

Lane, 28 ; 9/ 
Dog Licenses, 18/10 (f 
Domestic Jar, 28 m 6 /* 
Dominion of Canada Oil Beflnary Company, 25 m 

7a 
Dore (GustaTe") Edm. About on, hjhf 
Dorrington (J.) on Charity Electioneenng, 20/8 6 
Douglas (R. K.) on the Summer Palace of Pekin, 

16m7(/ 

(Wra.) on Asphalt Paring, 9^ 6 c 

Dover, New Recorder, 16y 9 e 

Harbour, 18 »« 4 /—U m 6/— 17 in 9 c— 18 

m 5 c— 24 m 6/ 
Dowdeswell ( — ) on the Working of the Judica- 
ture Act, 10/12 rf 
Dramatic College, Donation to, 1 j 12 b 

Festival at WUlis's 19/12 / 

Dresser (H. E.) on Bird Catchers, 12 m 10 a 
Drinkwater (P. B.) on the Neapolitan Banditti, 

24ml2e 
Duchy of Cornwall — Appointment, 7/8 a 

of Lancaster, Revenue Returns, 80 m 5 / 

Duel in Georgia Between Negroes, 26 m 7 « 
in California, Both Combatants Killed, 18 

m 4 e 

in Indiana, 1 1 /9 « 

in New Orleans, 10 ; 6 rf 

Between Two Paiisians on the Swiss Fron- 

t er— the Doctor Wounded, 27 j* 9 t 
between Prince Soutzos and Prince Ghika 

Sentence on the Survivor, 9/5 a 



Duel between Schoolboys at Lincoln, 13 m 10/— 

16 m 5 6 
Duff (Grant) at Elgin, 8; 10 b 

on East India Stock, 5j7 a 

Dulwich College", Meetings about, 18/7/ 
Dundee, Wiliinm IIarri3*s Institution, 20 m 7 c 
Dunlop (Natb.) on the Rule of Road at Sea, \2j 

7 f—l'i 1 5 d 
Dutch Coinage, 26 m 5 6 
Duties of the City of London, I2j9e 
Dutton (Thos. S.) on AustraUaa Exploration, 23 

Dwarfs, Race of, 16/ 11/ 
Dwellings of the Poor, I2m7 b 
Dynamite in Land Clearing, 11 » 10 e 

E. 
Earle (C. R.) on the Pubhcans and the Ek*ctioD9, 

20/11/ 
Earthquake in Canada, 18/11 6 

at Cherchel. 81 m 12 a 

at Father Point, 24/6 rf 

in Venezuela, 2 m 1 1 6 

East London Dwellings — Sanitary Inspection of, 

9m4£^ 
Eastern Marriage Ritual,. 26/6/ 

Europe, 14 m 11 a 

Question, 18 fo «— 19 f\2b 

Eastlake (Charles L.) ou Ely Chapel, 17/ 8 c— 

26 ; 11 
Ecclesiastical Courts, Proposed New, 16 m 10 b — 

19 m 10 /^24 m 10 c— 25 m 5 </—30 m 12 d 
Edinburgh, Election of Lord Provost, 11 m 13 J 

Home Rule Association, 23 m 6/ 

Orchestral Festival, 17 flOb 

Edis (R. W.) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 17 

/10«— 20/10 6 
EDUCATION :— 
Aberdare (Lord) on the Education Act, 2/ 

12«-23/6» 

Act, Notes about, 21/ 10 </ 

— — Average Attendence at Schools, Notes about, 

6/10/— 8/ 7cf 
— r- Birmingham School Board, 1/5 6 — 12/ 12c 

and the Catechism, 5 ; 5/ 

in British Columbia, 27 /8 6 

Chairmen of Committees, 8/8 5 

Compulsory Education as Applied to the 

Middle and Upper Classes, 4 m 9 e 
Notes about, 4 m 7/— 5 m 7/—G tn 7 <f— 

7iii5/ 

Officiousness of the Board, 7 m 6 / 

Privy Council Order about, 6/10 6—9 



/•7/*— 27/10/*— 23m 7c 

— Dixon (—Von Education, 22 j 5 f 

— Education in Lambeth, 29/ 7 c 

— Educational Endowments of London, 8 j 8 a 
—29/7 6 

— Elementary, Notes about, 12 m7 d 

— Endowed Schools Commission and Appren- 
ticeship Fees, 23/ 12 e 

— Extra-University, 21/ 12 6 

— Finance, 8/8 a— 29/ 7 e 

— Forster ( — ) on Education, 28 / 6 a 

— Germany and London, 8/8 6 

— Higher of Women at Cambridge, 12 / 11 & 
—22/ 5 h 



Mar. 81, 1S74.] falmek's indsX to " the tiues *' newspapeb. 



Ele 



Edacation (contimud). 

— ^ Ipswich School Board Election, 12^ 9 / 

London School Board : — Action AgainBt, 9 

J10/-13J11/ 
^— Bible Instruction, 27 m 5/ 

■ and Canon CromwcU, Gmll b 

Canon Gregory's Statements, 16 i 4 e 

Cost of Schools, 27 J 12 c 

Educational Position of London, 22/ 7 e 

—20/7 a— 27/12 c— 12 m 7/ 

Taxation of London, 6/ 10 </ 

Wants of London, 12/6 e— 5 m7 e 

Extra Metropolitan Districts, 12 m 7 / 

Finance, 12/5 «~57/12 c— 12 w 7 c 

Mr. Gladstone and the Chairman, 20/7 a 

Industrial Schools, 12 /5 « 

List of Efficient Schools, 1 6 i 4 s 

New Schools, 16 j 4 «— 27/ 12 d 

lUligious Difficulty, 27 m 5/ 



5/ 



Pupil Teachers. 12/ 6 «— 27 m 6/ 
PreTcntiou of Cruelty to Animals, 27 



Returns, 5/10 (/ 

Sunday Use of Board SelMOls, 1 2 m 7 e 

Transfer of an Endowment, 16^ 4 s 

Truants, Um9 f 

25th Chuiae in Work, 6/10 </— 20/7 a 

— Natioaai Education League, 27 /* 12 of 

— Mmr Bills on, 25 m 8 a 

— Opening of New Schools, SjSb 

— Oxford School Board, Election, 17i 9 « 

— Parliamentary Elections, 29 / 7 e 

— Payment and Remission of Pees, 8^8 6 

— Privy Council Orders, 10/8 6— 17 j 8 a— 
24y 7 fl— 31 j 6 6—6 / 10 ^r— U/7/— 14 foe 
—18/8 ^—28/5 «— 7 m 7 a— 14 »i 8 a— 21 m 



Sa 



Reading School Board, 10 m 7/ 
Reformatory and Industrial Schools, 18 J 



6b 

— Religious Difficulty, Conference of Dissen- 
ters ahout, 26/ 10 c/ 

— Scholarships for Girls, 6 m 6 s 

in Elementary Schools, 27 ; 4/— 5 w 7 e 

— School Averages, 7 i 10 6 

Board and Industrial Schools, 18/10 <f 

and Llsson Grove, 17/12/ 

for London, Notes ahout, 10 m 12 c 



Schools in St. Gileses, 8 i 8 a 
Smith (Goldwin) on Education, 22 j 6/ 
Southampton School Boord, 14 m 1 1 / 
Twenty-fifth Clause, Notes about, 8/7/- 



17/116— 23 /-ll/ 

— Tynemouth School Board, 7/9/ 

— Voluntary Scliools, 8/86 
in Birmingham, 81 / 6/ 



Eggs, Import Returns, 18/4/ 

Monthly Consumption of, 10/9 e — 10 m 

9</ 
Egypt, International Court of, 3/10 c 

Conflict in Darfur, 11/12 a— 9 mif 

Wheat Sales, 5/12 6 

Egyptian Antiquities, Notes about, 18 tn 5 <^ 
Elastic Taxation, 14 m 11 6 
SLEOnON INTELLIOENOE :— 

the American Press on, 12 /*6 /*— 18/10 e 

9n /• 7 // 



Election Intelligence (continued). 

and the Army, 31/9/ 

and the Beer Interest, 10 /* 10 <J 

and the Civil Service Officers, 21 /9 c 

Completion of, 18/7 o 

Counting the Votes, 6/6 «— 7 f\2 c— W/ 

12/ 

Cumuhitive Voting, 24/6/ 

Double Voting by Ballot, ^f)Ac 

the £co»omti<onthe Conserrative Majority, 

9/'ll/ 

Election Expenses, 21 m 7/— 26 m 10 c— 30 



m 12 e 

— Elections, the Erench Press on, 5 / 12 c? 
Irish, and Home Rule, 6 m 10/ 



— Liberal Disunion, 9/ 10/-10/ 10 a 

— Li6t ti Candidates Standing for the Various 
Conatftuencies, 28 / 7 a— 29/ 8 a— 30/ 8 a— 
31 / 8 a 

— Loss of M. D's in, 6/ 9/ 

— the Lord Mayors of London and Dublin 
and Lord Provost of Edinburgh all Returned, 
9/9 « 

— Members Rctumcil, sft Pabliamsitt. 

— New Polling Districts, 31 / 5 6 

— Nominations, 31 ; 7 t—2f7t'--^f7t^^f 
7 b^5/7a—6f7/—7f6i—0f6 e 

— and the Nonconformists, 23 fl2 

— Notes about, 1 (i / 10 c 
Personation Cases, 10/10 /*— 26/6 #—3 m 



5 6 



lie 



Petitions— Barnstaple, 26/12 e 
Bolton, 3 m 11 s 
Drogheda, 25/10 e 
Dudley, 24/9 « 
Exeter, 10/ 9 «— 17/ 7 c— 20/ 10 «— 26/ 



Hackney, 20/ 7 d— 23 f^ b 

Kerry, 25/' 10 c 

Leitrim, 23 / 10 c 

Taunton, 10/ 12 rf— 12 / 11 rf— 14/ 7 d— 

15/ 7 rf— 16 / 8 6—17/ 7 a— 19/ 7 e— 20 / 7 « 
—21/7 rf— 22 / 8 c— 23/ 6 s— 24/ 6 e— 26/ 10 
cf— 27/6/ 

— Petitions, 12/ 10 o— 14/ 10 rf— 16/ 10 •— 
i8/9/—19/10/— 27/10 /• 

Anticipated, dflOd 

Lodged, 26/ 9 0—2 m 6 c— 4 m 9 0^6 



5 6—7 m 9 /— 11 m 7 /— 18 m 9 rf— 16 m 10 d 
—18 m 6/— 23 m 7 c 

Retaining Fees for Counsel, 14 m 7 s 

Rule about, 10/ 9 e 



— Polls, State of, 2/7 e— 3/ 7 rf— 4/7 a—H 
f0f-^f6 «— 7/6 t— 9/ 6 c— 10/10 a— 11 
J 6 6—12 / 10 a— 13 / 10 a— 14 / 10 a— 18 / 
7a 

— Prize Fighters at, 13/10 e 

— and the Publicans, 20 / 1 1 / 

— Rcgubitions under the Ballot Act, 7/6 6 

— Rejected Ballot Papers, 21/ 12 rf 

— Results of, 6/5 «— 7/10 c— 9/10 c— 10 f 
10 e— 11 flO c— 12/10 e— 13/ 10 c— 14 /lO 
e—}9/l0d 

— Returning Office and the Ballot Act, fO r 

— Riots, 5/9 /— G/7/— 7 / 9 f—0 fib «— 
]0/10a— 1! /'lO*— 12/10 6— '13/10 rf— 16 
/•12rf— 19/'9V— J2w6 6^ 



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PALUEB S IKOEX TO ** TUK XIXEfi " ME\fSPAr£1l, 



[Jan. 1 to 



Election Intelligenca (cOHtmued). 

Riot at Dudley, 5/9/--24 / 6 e 

and the Boman Catholics, 24/9 € 

No Roman Catholics Returned in Great 

Briton, 18/* 5 c 

Scotch,*14 m 12 e 

in Scotland, 24; 6/ 

and Secret Voting, 6/9/ 

and Test Questions, 2/ 7 « 

Trials of, 20 m 12 c/ 

and the 25th Clause, 6 /T*/ 

Voting under the Ballot Act, 2/7 c— C f 

G/— 7 /•7/--9/10e— lO/Ci—U /'b c— 12 
/• 10/— 13/10 a— 14/10 CI— 18/7 tt 

Window Smashing at, 19/9 a 

ELECTIONS:— 

Aberdeen, dOjG/ 

Abingdon, 27/7 A— 29> C • 

Accrinjfton, 26 j 7 a 

Andovcr, 26 i 7 a— 28^ 6 a 

Antrim (County), 30> 6 « 

Armagh (ttty), SOj 6 e 

(County), SOj 6/— 10/ 10 a 

Ayrsliire, 4 / 7 a 



Banbury, 20 / 7 a— 28 j 6 a— 8O7 6 e 
Barnstaple, 26 / 7 a— 27^ 7 6-31 ; 7 c 



Bath, 26 / 7 a— 28> 6 b—9/0 a— 25/ 10 c/ 

Bedford, 27/76 

Bedfordshire, 26^ 7 a— 27^ 7 A— 80> 6 c 

.^ Belfast, 10 ;' 6 /*— 26^ 7 /'-30 / 6/ 

Berkshire, 26 / 7 a— 27j 7 t— 28 / 6 6 

Berwick, 26 j 7 a— 287 6 6— 29y 6 «— 16/ 

10 6 

Berwickshire, 26^ 7 a 

Bewdley, 27y 7 6 

Birmingham, 26 i 7 a— 27 j 7 t— 28 j 6— 

29y 6 €— 30y 6 c— 31 i* 7 </— 2/ 6 6 

Blackburn, 27> 7 6 

Bodmin, 26 ; 7 a 

Bolton, 26 j 7 a— 28 j 6 6— 29j 6 e— SOj 



6e 

— Boston, 27 J 7 6 

— Bradford, 26i 7 a— 27i 6 rf— 28> 6 6^29j 
5 /— 29y 6 e— 2/7 c— 8 / 6 /— 4/ 7 a— 5/6 
«— 6/ 6 c 

— Brcconshlre, 3/ 7 c 
Brighton, 28 / 6 6—3/ 7 a— 5/ 6 €—13/ 10 



a— 20/" 10 c 

— Bristol, 2Ci 7 6—28 i 6 6 

— Buckinghamshire, 26 ; 7 6—28 j 6 6—29 j 
6 c— 2 / 5 </— 3 / 7 c— 5 > 5 c— 11 fS e -14/ 
10 a— 17 fi2 d—2^f6 cf—ll m 10 a— 14 m 12 
(/— 18 m 5 e 

— Burnley, '27 ; 7 6— 28 j 6 6— 29^ 6 e 

— Bury, 27 ; 7 6 

— Cambridge, 26y 7 6 

University, 27^ 7 6—28 j 6 6—29 ; 6 e 

— Cambridgeshire, 3^8 6—28 1 6 6—29 / 6 « 
—30 / 6 c— 6/6 c— 16/ 10 6 

Sketch of the New Member, 3^ 10 6 



ElectionB (continued), 

6 /-2 / 6 /— 3 / 6 «-4 / 6 •— 5 / 6 c— 6/ 

6 6 

Cheshire, 26 j 7 h 

Chester (City). 26 j 7 6—27 ; 7 6—28 j 6 6 

— 19 J 6 «— 317*7 d 

Chichester, 7 m 9 A-11 m 10 a— 14 m 12 a 

City of London, 26 j 7 a— 27 7 7 a— 28 ; 6 a 

—29 ; 6 6— 30y 6 c— 31 ; 6 o— 2 f 6 «— 8 / 6 6 

—4/6 6—5/6 a— 6y 6 a— 7/6 €-10/10 a 
Sketch of Mr. Gh>schen, 9 /* 12 e 



Canterbury, 26i 7 6 

Cardiff, 27/76 

Carlisle, 13y of— 27 j 7 6 

t Cariickfargu5»,'30j 6 / 

Cavan, 30^ 6/— 18 /'7 a 

^ Chatham, 2Gi 7 6--287 6 6-19 /'of 

, Chc'Uca, 27 J 7 q— 29 / 6 c— 30 j » (/— 31 > 



— Clackmannin and Kinross, 27 j 7/ 

— Clare, 80> 6/ 

— Cockcrmouth, Blj 7 d 

— Colchester, 26 j 7 6— 27> 7 c 

— Coleraine, S0j7 f 

— Cork (County), 30 ; 6 /• 

— ComwaU (East), 2Sj '6 6-^ j 6 c/— 2/ 7 3 
—16/10^ 

(West), 28y 6 6 



Coventry, 27 j 7 e—29j 6 «— 80i 6 d 
Cricklade, 27 j 7 c— 16/10 6 
Cumberland (East), 27 j 7 c 
(West), 3iy7rf 



— DarUngton, 26 j 7 6—30 i 6 d— 28/5/— 6 
m7/ 

— Denbigh Burghs, 4 f7 a 

— Denbighshire, 6 / 6 c 

— Derby, 26 j 7 6—27 j 7 c— 28^ 6 6 

— Derbyshire (East;, 26 / 7 ^— 27 j 7 c— 28 > 
66 

(North), 26; 7 *— 29 j 6 a 

(South), 26y 7 6— 29y 6 e 

— Devon (North), 5 m 10 a 

— Dorchester, 28 j 6 6— 80y 6 d 

— Dorsetshire, 28^ 6 6 

— Dover, 26 j 7 b—27j 7 c— 28 j 6 6— 30 j G d 
-^31j7rf 

— Down (County), SOj 6/ 

— Droit wich, 26 j 7 6—29 ; 6 6—2/7 a^9f 
7 b— 9 J 6a 

— Dublin, 26i 7/— SOj 6 a— 2 f7 </— 8 / 7 rf 
—7/8 a— 9 /6 6—13 m 6 d— 16 m 5 <<— 19 « 
10 a— 20 m 12 6—21 m 11 6—27 mSd 

University, 17 m 14 a 



— Dudley, 27i 7 c 

— Dumbarton, 80^ 6/ 

— Dundalk, 10 / 10 a— 14/10 a 

— Dundee, 20 1 7 e-^29j 7 a— 80 i 6 /— 14^/ 
10 a 

— Dungannon, 80 j 6/ 

— Durham (City), 27 i 7 c— 28/ 6 6 
(North), 27 > 7 c— 29i 6 a— 30i 6 rf— 9 / 



6a 



^ (South), 26 / 7 6—28 / 6 6 



— Edinburgh and St. Andrew's Universities, 
28;6€— 29y 7 a 

— EnniskiUen, 80/ 6/ 

— Essex i^East), 26 ; 7 -6-27^ 7 c— 6/6 /" 
(South), 26> 7 6—29 j6e 

(West), 27> 7 c 



— Evesham, 26 / 7 6— 28/ 6 6—2/7 c 

— Exeter, 5j 12 a— 26 j 7 6—27/7 c— 28 j 6 
c— 29>6/ 

— Eye, 20y 7 6—13 m 10 /— 14 m 12 rf— 18 m 
60 

— Falkirk, 26 / 7 e 



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Electioiifl (coTUinuei), 

Fennanagh (County), 30; 6 /* 

Fifcshire, 26 / 7 6—28 / 6 €—29/ 7 a— 7 / 

6a 
Finsbury, 26 ; 7 a— 28/ 6 a— 29 / 6 d—SOj 

5 rf— 31 ; 6 /-^2/Q/—S /6 d—if 6 d^SfS 

C--6/6 A— 7 foe 

Forfarshire. 26; 7 «— 4/ 7 a 

Frome, 26 / 7 6- 28/ 6 c 

Galway, 8/6 e— 9 / 6 c— 17 f 12 d— 12 m 

10 e 
Gateshead, 27 / 7 c— 28 / 6 c— 29 j 6 /— 30 

jed-5f6f 

Glaagow, 26 i* 7 «— 28 j* 6 «— 30/ 6/ 

and Aberdeen Uniyersitics, 28 j 6 e — 16 



ml2a 

— Glocester, 26/ 7 6—27 j 7r 

— GloceaterBhire (East), .13 m 10 /— 17 mUa 
(West), 6/6 /•— 20/9 e 

— Grantham, 28/ 6 c 

— Graresend, 26 j 7 1—21 j7c 

— Greenock, 26 / 7 « 

— Greenwich, 26 / 7 a— 27 j 7 «— 28 j 6 a— 28 
j 9/— 29i 5 c— 30 j 6 e— 31 j 7 c— 2 / 5 a— 3 
/6 e__4 / 6/— 6 f6 a— 23 m9d 

— Grimsby, 80/6 rf 

— Guildford, 26 i 7 6 

— Hackney, 26/ 7 a— 28 j 6 a— 2)/ 6 d— 30/ 
5 €—31 / 7 6—2 / 6 /— 3/6 €—4/6 €—5 / 6 
c_6/6^— 13/10/— 14/lOa— 16 /*10c^ 
19/10 rf— 27 / 6 €—2 m 10/— 4 m 12 c— 7 m 
6d—\2m 10 €—13111 10/ 

— Halifax, 27i 7 c— 28/6 c— 29/6 /--30 ; 6/ 

— Hampshire (North), 29/6/ 

(South), 3 /7c 

Hartlepool, 26 ; 7 c 

(West), 27 ; 7 c 



Hereford, 27 / 7 c— 28 ; 6 c— 29/ 6/ 

Hertford fCounty), 27 i 7 c 

Hertfordshire, 16/ 6/ 

High Wycombe, 31 / 7 rf 

Horsham, 27 ; 7 rf 

Hull, 16/ 9 /•— 26/ 7 c— 27 ; 7 rf— 28 ; 6 c 

Huntingdon, 28i 6 c— 29/ 6 fSOj 6 d 

' Huntingdonshire, 30/ 6 d 

Hythe, 28 ; 6 €—29/ 6 /"—SO/ 6 d 

Ipewich, 26/ 7 c— 27 ; 7 d— 6/6 / 

Irish, 28 ; 6 €—29/ 7 o— 30/ 6 €—81 / 7 / 

— 4 /•7 a-4/10 c-6/7 a— 9 /" 6 6— 13 / 10 

a— 16/10 o— 27 rS 6—2 m 11 a 

Isleof Wight, 4/*7a 

Kendal, 26/ 7 c— 31 i 7 d 

Kent (East), 26 j 7 c 

(West), 27 i 7 d— 28 ; 6 c— 31 ; 7 f 

Kiddorminsler, 26/ 7 c— 30i 6 d— 20 / 7 d 

— 26/10 d 

Kildare, 30/ 6 /— 10 / 10 c— 21 fof 

Kilmarnock, 26/ 7 c— 2/7 €—16/10 6 

Kilkenny, 18 / 7 a 

• Kincardineshire, 26 ; 7 € 

Kings County, 30/ 6/— 21/6/ 

Kirkcaldy Burghs, 28/ 6 €—30/ 6/ 

Lambeth, 26 ; 7 a— 28 j 6 a- 29 j 6 d— 30/ 

6€— 31/7 6— 2 /*7 a— 3/6 €—4/6 €—6 / 6 

rf- «/6 6—7/5 / 
Lancasliiro (North), 26 ; 7 c— 30 / 6 d— 28 



ElectioBB (continuedj. 

Lancashire (North), Sketch of the New 

Member, 27 m 6 f 

(North East), 29 i 6/— 31/ 7 d— 6/6 f 



— 10/10 fl 

(South East), 28 j 6 c— 30/ 6 d— 5/6/— 



7/6 a 

(South West), 19 m 7/ 



— Launc'cston, 28/ 6 c 

— Leeds, 26; 7 c 

— Leicester, 3/8 6—26/ 7 c— 27 j 7 d— 28 > 6 
c-29 7 6/ 

— Leicestershire (North), 4/6 /— 6/6 c— 27 
/6 e— 28 ; 6 c— 29/ 6 6—14 m 12 d— 21 m 7 d 

(South), 29 j 6/— 21 >7d 



Leitrim, 12/10 <i 

Lewes, 26 ; 7 c- -27/ 7 d 

Lichfield, 26 / 7 c 

Limerick, 6 ; 11 a— 6/ 10 d— 10 j 5/— 12/ 

7 c— 14 / 9/— 17 ; 12 «— 19/ 7 a— 20/ 6 c— 23 

/8 a— 26/7/— 17 /rid 

Lincoln, 27/ 7 d— 3/7 c— 4/7 a 

Lincolnshire, 3/8 6 — 23 /8a 

(North), 26 / 7 c— 27 / 7 d— 7 w 9 /*- 13 

m 10/— 14 m 12 d— 16 m 12 a 

(Mid), 27/ 7 d 

(South\ 27/ 7 d— 29 / 6/ 

Liskeard,' 30/ 6 d— 2/ 7 c- 

Liverpool, 26/ 7 c— 28/ 6 c— 2 / 7 c— 6/ 6 



d— 23 f 12 €—25/ 10 d— 14 m 12 d 

— London University, 27 / 7 a— 29 / 6 a— 3 / 
6«-3/6c— 4/6€ 

— Londonderry, 5/7 a 

— Longford, 9 ^6 c 

— Louth, 16/ 10 a— 7/ 6 a— 27 m 8 d 

— Lynn, 27/7 d 

— Maidstone, 20/ 7 r— 28 j 6 c 

— Maldon, 16/ 9 /-26/ 7 c— 28/ 6 c 

— Mallow, 5 /* 7 a 

— Malton, 27/ 7 d— 30/ 6 d 

— Manchester, 27 / 7 d— 28/ 6 c— 30/ 6d— 31 
i7€ -2 /'7 c— 6/6 d 

— Marlow, 31/ 7 € 

— Marylebone, 26 / 7 o— 27 / 7 a— 29 j 6 c— 80 
/ 6 d— 81/ 6 €—2 fS €—3 re d— 4 / 6 d— 5 / 

6 c— 6/6 o— 7/ iO d— 9/10 €—16 flOc 

— Mayo, 6/7 a— 6 / 6 €—12 flO a 

— Meath, 30 / /" 

— Merthyr Tydvil, 27/ 7 d 

— Middlesbrough, 27/ 7 d 

— Middlesex, 26 / 7 c— 28 / 6 r— 29 / 6/— 30/ 
5 Z'- 2/7 a— 3 /-e/— 4/6 /•— 5 fe d^G fQ « 
—7/ 5/— 9 f 6 a— 11 / 0*6— 12 flO a— 13/ 
10 a— 21/6/— 23/8 c— 24 /* 10 d 

— Midhurst, 30 / 6 d 

— Monmouthshire Boroughs, 1/9 /— 22 / 7 6 
—27/ 7 d— 14 m 12 d— 17 m 14 a 

— Montrose Burghs, 26/ 7 €—30/ 6/ 

— Morpeth, 26 / 7 c— 28 / 6 c— 29 / 6 /— 30 
/6d 

— New Shoreham, 7 m 9 /- 11 m 10 a— 14 m 
12 d 

— Ncwcastle-on-Tyne, 1/9 /*— 5 / 12 a— 7/ 9 
/-12/ 11 a-16 / 5/— 16/ 9/— 20 / 7/— 27/ 

7 d— 28 / 6 c— 29/ 6 A-12/10 « 

Ml 



— Sketch of New Member, 17/ 9 € 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Elections {continued). 

Newry, 30 ; 6/-5y 7 a 

Norfolk (North), 29 i 6/ 

^ (South), 27 j 7 rf— 28 i6e 

(West), 27 ; 7 d—Slj 7 e 

Northampton, 27; 7 e— 28/ 6 c 

Northamptonshire (North), 28 j C c— 29; 6 

/— 27/6 «— 12 m 10 €—7 w 14 a 

(South), 28 i fi c 

Northumberland (North), 26/ 7 c— 6 « 7 / 

(South), 27/7 « 



i7 



Norwich, 26; 7 c- 27/ 7 «— 29 / 6/ 
Nottingham, 26 ; 7 c— 28/ 6 c— 29 ; 6/-31 
e— 2/ 7 c— 8/ 7 c 
Nottingbamshire (North), 26 / 7 c— 28/ 6 d 



—29 i 6/ 

(South), 26/ 7 c— 27/ 7 «— 28 i 6 »/ 



- Nuneaton, 26/ 7 c 



— Orkney and Shetland, 26 ; 7 «— 28 / 6 e 

— Oxford (City), 26/ 7 c- 27 ; 7 e— 28 ; 6 d— 
81 / 7 «— 2 /7 6—6/7 /'-U / 12 cf— 20 f7 d 
—21 / 6 /— 23 / 12 e— 25/ 10 d— 26/ 12 e— 
11 m 10 a— 12 m 10 «— 14 m 12 rf— 16 « 12 a— 
17 m 14 a— 18 m 6 «— 19 m 7 /* 

Sketch of the New Member, 17 m 14 6 



University, 26 ; 7 rf— 28 i 6 d— 80/ 6 



2/7 c— 11 wi 10 «— 16 TO 12 a 

— Oxfordshire, 26/ 7 rf— 29/ 6 / 

— Queen's County, 30/6/ 
Peterborough, 26/ 7 e— 27 ; 7 e— 28/ 6 d— 



29; 6/— 8/ 7 c 

Perth Burgh, 26/ 7 e 

BerdMlure, 26/ 7 «— 28 j 6 e— 29 / 7 a— 7 / 

6 6— 18/ 10 a— 14/10 « 

Pontefract, 29/ 6 a 

Poole, 28 i 6 d 

Portsmouth, 26/ 7 rf— 28; 6 rf— 80; 6 «— 7 

7n9 /• 

Preston, 26; 7 rf— 30/ 6 e 

Hadnor Boroughs, 31 m 7 s 

liadnorshire, 27/ 7 « 

Reading, 26; 7 d—27 j7e 

Renfrewshire, 22 ; 7 6—26/ 7 e— 31/ 7/ 

Retford (East), 26 / 7 rf 

Rochdale, 27/ 7 e— 31 / 7 e 

Rochester, 26; 7 rf— 28/ 6 rf— 29 / 6 /— 30 

;6e 

Rye, 28/ 6 rf— 5 ra 10 rf 

Salford, 28 ; 6 rf— 17 f\2d 

Salisbury, 26; 7 rf— 27; 7 «— 28/ 6 rf 

Sandwich and Deal, 26 ; 7 d 

St. Andrew's Burghs, 26; 7 e— 28/ 6 e— 16 

/10 6 

St. Ives, 27/ 7 e— 28 / 6 rf— 24/6 e 

Shaftesbury, 80; 6 e- 13/10 t 

Sheffield, 2 ; 10 6—26 ; 7 rf— 27 ; 7 <— 28 / 6 

rf— 29 / 7 Q— 30/ a— 80 ; 6 €—31/ 7 «— 2 / 

7 r— 3 f7 c^Af&f—a/e rf— 21/5 /* 

Shields (South), 26/ 7 rf-28/ 6 rf— 29/ 6/ 

—31 ; 7 « 

Shoreham, 7/5/ 

Shrewsbury, '26; 7rf 

Somerset (East), 26/ 7 rf 

Southampton, 26 ; 7 rf— 27/ 7 «— 28/ 6 d 

.fiouthwark, 26/ 7 o— 27/ 7 a -28/ 6 a— 29 
30/ 5 «— 31 / 7 6—2/7 a— 3/ 6 e-4 /* 
/'«//—(? rfir— 7 /"Pi Z' 



Elections (amtinued), 

Stafford, 26 j 7 rf— 16/10 6 

Staffdrdshir? (East), 29/ 7 o 

(North), 26 ; 7 rf— 27 ; 7 e— 29/ 7 a— 30 

/ 6 e— 12 HI 10 e 

(West), 28 / 6 rf— 80/ 6 e 

SUmf ord, 30 ; 6 « 

Stirling, 28/ 6 e 

Stockton, 30; 6 e 

Stokc-upon-Trent, 26/ 7 rf— 27/ 7 « 

Stroud, 7/9/ 

Sketch of the New Member, 7/9 « — 9/ 



be 



Suffolk (East), 3/ 8 6—7/ 9 /"— 27 / 7 «— 3 

/7rf— 7iii9/— 14W 12 e 

(West), 27 ; 7 e— 29 /7a 

SunderUnd, 27/ 7 e— 28/ 6 rf— 29/ 6/ 

Surrey (East), 27/ 7 e— 3/7 rf— 6/6 rf— 9 

/•6 a 

(West), 26/ 7 rf 

Sussex (East), 26/ 7 d—27/ 7 e— 28/ 6 rf 

(West), 29/6/* 

Swansea, 28/ 6 rf 

Swindon, 27/ 7 c 

Tamworth, 28/ 6 rf 

Taunton, 26 / 7 d— 31 ; 7 « 

Thirsk, 16/*10c 

Tiverton, 26 ; 7 rf 

Tower Hamlets, 27 ; 7 a— 28 ; 6 a-.29; G 

d-80 / 5 e— 31/ 7 a- 2/6/— 3 /•6 c— 4/ 6 e 

—6 /"O c— 6 f6 6—7/6 e— 9/1*0 c 

truro, 26 ; 7 rf— 27 ; 7 e— 28/ 6 rf 

Tyncmouth, 26 ; 7 rf— 28 / 6 rf— 29/ 7 



30/6« 
Tyrone County, 30 ; 6 /— 12 / 10 a— 13 / 

10 a 

Ulster, 26 ; 7/ 

Wakefield, 27/ 7 e— 29 ; 7 a 

Wareham, 80/ 6 « 

Warrington, 26 / 7 rf 

Warwick, 26 ; 7 d—27/ 7 «— 2/7 e 

Warwickshire (North), 26/ 7 rf— 31 ; 7 « 

(South), 26/ 7 rf— 31 / 7 « 

Waterford, 26/ 7/— 29/ 7 a— 17/12 rf 

Wednesbury, 28 ; 6 rf 

Westminster, 27 ; 7 a— 28 ; 6 a— 29 ; 6 c— 

80/ 5 c— 31 ; 6 «— 2 fQ «— 3/6 c— 4 / 6 r— 5 

/6 6— 6/6a— 7/5e 

in 1806, 20 fS c 

Westmoreland, 22) 7 h 

West Somerset, 1 / 9/— 5 ; 12 a 

Sketch of the New Member, 12/ 10 <? 

Wexford, 10/10 a— 19 / 10/ 

Weymouth, 26 ; 7 «— 28 ; 6 rf 

Whitby, 26/ 7 «— 31 ; 7 e 

Wick, 26/ 7 e— 28 / 6 « 

Wigan, 26 / 7 e 

Wigton, 26/ 7 e 

^ Wigtownshire, 4 /* 7 a 

Wilton, 27 ; 7 «— 29 /7a 

WUtshire (North), 26 ; 7 «— 2/ 7 rf— 6/ 6 d 

(South;, 26/ 7«— 28/6rf 



— Windsor, 26 i 7 e— 27 » 7/— 29/ 7 a— 3/ 7 c 
Wisbeach 3 /* 7 c 

— Wolverhampton, 27 / 7 /— 29 / 7 o— 30 / 6 
tf-_2 f7 /"— 4/7 a— 6 /"e rf 

— Woodstock. 28 I 6 cf— 31 i 7 /* 



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Est 



Electioiia (continuefH, 

Yforcester (City), 27 j 7 f—2Sj G </— 29 

J7_« 



Worcestershire (East), 21 j 9/— 29 / 7 o— 
30^' 6 «--3l ; 7y— 3 / 7 c/— 5 fG /*— 6/G «— 9 
/C«— 12/-]0o 

(West), 28jCc/— 9/6a 



Wrexham, 27^7/ 

Wycombe, 2Gi 7 e 

York, 2C> 7 e-28 ; 6 rf 

Yorkshire (E. R.), 26 ; 7 ^^28 j 6 rf 

— (N. R), 2GjL 7 «- 27 J 7 /— 30 ; G e 

— (N. W.K.),28/Grf 

— (S. W.), 28yGe— 29 ; 7 a 
(W. R.) 28y 6 «-3/6 a— 13/10 f 



Electors, Pauper, \S f7 a 

Electoral Disabilities of Women, Meetiogs about, 

25/9 e 
Electric Clock at Pittsburgh,- 5/ 9/ 
Elemental Sympathy, 20/10/ 
Elepliants' Teeth, Import Kctum9, lojQd 

Value of Imports, II mB d 

Eley, Bros., Cartridge Factory, 28/7 a 

Eliot (Geo.) Neif Poem by, 30 m 9 rf 

EUes (M. J.) on the Manufacture of Port Wine, 

5j7c 
Ellice (Edward) at Cupar, 2ij 7 f 
Elliot (K. H.) on the Bengal Jfamine, 18 m 7 h — 

19 w 5/" 
Elliott (Dean) on Auricular Confession; 9 j 10/ 
Ellis (Uobt.) on Etruscan Dice-Minerals, 81 m 

Elthome (Lord) on the Militia, 6^ 5 6 
Ely. New Canon of, oy 9/ 

(Bp. of) Installation of, 12 j 5 e— IG ) 6 c— 

177 5 c — 21^5 c 

Chapel, bale of, 30 y 4/ 

Notes about, 17 i 8 c— 20i 6/— 29 ; 11 1 



-27> 10/ 

Embanking of Lands and Arterial Dniinage, 
Notes about, 13^ 7 e 

Embankment of Land from the Sea, Notes about, 
8; 5 6—12766 

Emigrant Ships, List of those sent out in Jan., 
H/5c/ 

Emigration Home for Little Girls, 6 m 4/ 

EMIOfiATION:— 

to Canada, 8 / 7 /— 8 ? 6/— lOj G b 

of Farm Labourers, G j 7 c 

from Ireland, 22 i i 1 / 

to Jamaica, 19^ 9/ 

from Liverpool, 12 3 7 6-^5 m 7 r 

from the Mersey, a Year's Return, ^/Be 

to New Zeahind, 28 j 9 /— 3 mil/ 

to Paraguay, 12 ?« 7 c 

of Pauper Children, 12 ; 7 / 

to Queensland, 16 ; G A— 30 m6f 

to South AustraHa, IG/ 10/ -24/ 10 6 

to the United States, 20 j 4 e— 12 / 9 e 

Enuna Silver Mining Company, 11 /7 a 

Enclosures, Notes on, 10 j 12 d 

Enfield (Viscount) Desires No Change in Ad- 
dresses to him, G m 8 (/ 

English Church in France, 20/ 12 c 

Sympathy with Germany, see Pops. 

Artists and Foreign Honours, 8/7 6— 10^ 

10 6 



English and Australian Copper Company, G/7 a 

and Foreign Working Men, 4 w 6 6 

and Russian Characteristics, 4 w* 7 « 

and Scottish Law Life Assurance, 26 / 7 6 

Engravings, Notices of Some Recent, 2/ 5 c 
Enoch Anlen Reversed, 18 y 10 e 
Episcopal Misquotation, 20 »t 7/ 

Consecrations, 11 m 14 c 

Epping Forest, Meetings about, IGi 5 c 

Encroachments, lAind and Water on, 9 / 

11a 
Equity and Law Life Assurance Society, A mOa 
Escape of a Convict from Portland, 4 »i 9 e 
Esscry (Richard A.) on the Operation of the 

Ballot Act, 12/10/ 
Essex, Highway Boards in, 1 ; 6/ 
Estate Exchange — Return of Sales and Regis- 
trations at Durinpf tho Past Year, 10 ; 7 a 
Estates Company, 23 / 7 a 

and General Securities Trust, 24 m G a 

ESTAXES IN LIQUIDATION : — 

AVkHj Wm., of Poplar, 13/13 e 

AUright, Etniiam Geo., of Wellingborough. 

Anglo-Austrian Bitummous Rock Paving 

Company, 14i 14 cf 

German Bituminous Rock Paving Com- 



pany, 14j 14 d 

Hungarian Bituminous Rock Paving 



Company, Hjlid 

— Ashton, Charles, Greenwich, 10/ 13/ 

— Aspden, James, Chew Moor Mill, 21 /*G a 

— Barber, Simpson & Co., 2j 7 I* 

— Beck, David Davison, of Crooked Lane, 3 
m 13 d 

— Belgian Dutch Bituminous Rock Paving 
Company, lij 14 d 

— Booth, Lionel, of Regent Street, 5/13 b 

— Brumlen, John Martin F. C, of Mincing 
Lane, 28/14'» 

— Byrne, Julius W. H., of Upper Thames St., 
17/13 d 

— Carlace, Bros., of Bermondsey, 11 m 17/ 

— Cohen, Alfred Coleman, of Bury Court, St, 
Mary Axe, 20 m 14 c 

— Corder, Micah, Oy 14 c 

— Croasdell and Brocksopp, of Park Street, 
South wark, 14 / 14 d 

— Crockford's Auction Hall Company, 6 m 
13 e 

— Davies, David, of Bermondsey, 28 / 18/ 
Farmer, Louis, of Great Winchester Street, 



23 m 15 cf 

— Fitzpatrick, Henry, of Holbom, 16/14/ 

— Frazer, Joseph, of Westboume Grove, 14 i' 
14 rf— 24 > 13 b 

— Gardener, Wm., of Cheltenham, 13 m 14 « 
Gass, Fred., of Bartholomew Close, 24 / 



14 e 



— Guild and Cliapman, of Finsbury Circus, 
20/ 13 c 

Hftll and Stevenson, of Spring Mills, Ossett, 



24/7 a 

— Hammond, Abraham, of Lee and Eltham, 
11 wi 17/ 

— Hangion, Celina Adele, of Great Portland 
Street, 4 »i 18 c 



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[Jan. 1 



Estates in Liqaidatioii {continued). 

Harcourt, llcnrj James, of Upper Thames 

Street, 2d iM \3d 
llincks, John Fred., of New Bridge Street, 

Blackfriars, 16/14/ 

Hirschmann, Joseph, of Cannon Street, 12 



jU d 

— Holmes, George, of Blanchester, 3 m 13 e 

— Jetter, John, of Green St^ Bethnal Green, 
23 m 15 d 

Johnson, Thos. Coates, of Dmistable, 18 m 



14e 



— Jones, Wm. Blorris, of Hamsell St., City, 
17/13 rf 

— Lan^lej, William, G ; 14 r 
Le Beau, WooU George, of Tower Hill, 27 



il3/ 

— Lythgoe, James Partiogton, 6 j 14 c 

— Mansell, Edward, of Kentish Town, 28 / 
14 c 



— Mills, Francis, of Euston Road, 23^ 13/ 

— Monk, Alfred George, of Caledonian Koad, 
6 m 13 6 

— Montego, Urbano, of Billiter St., 14^ 14 d 

— Neuchatel Kock Paving Company, 14y 14 rf 
Nicholson, George Henry, of Manchester, 1 



il4e 

— Oakes, Thos. Wm. Smith, of Austin Friars, 
17/13 <f 

— Paveley, Charles, of New Street, Covent 
Garden, 14/ 14 rf 

— Paynter, Willinm, of Mark Lane, 7/14 6 
Powell, Geo. Edward ot St. Benet Place, 17 



yl3 J 

— Hew, Robert May, of Regent Street, \0j 
Ud 

— Roberts, John Matthew, of Hornsea, 8 m 

13 </ 

— Salisbury, Robert Bell, 6 j 14 c 

Sampson, James, of ComhiU, IG ; 14/ 

— Sclieibhu' and Matthcei, of New Bond St., 
2iyi3rf 

— Sherriff and Lindsay, of Great Wmchester 
St. Buildings, 27/ 13 e 

— Sherrin, Christiana, of Motcomb St., 10 j 

14 rf 



Simon and Zerffi, of Basinghall St., City, 
30 ml 6 

Smirthwaite, Thomas, of Almor&h Road, 



IsUngton, 17/13 rf 
— Smith, Alex. Francis, of Barmondsey, 26 / 
14 c 

Wm. Close, of Monkwell St., 28 /'14 c 



South American Val de Trarers Rock Pav- 
ing Company, 6 m 13 e 

Squier, Richard Cowley, of Manchester, 27 

il8/ 

Tawell and Tawell, of Banner Street, 11/ 

14 6 

Temple, Rer. Watkin, of South Lambeth, 

28 m 13 d 
Tingey, Samuel Neal, of Seven Sisters Road, 

23 m 15 flf 
Tomkins, Strattnn, of Aldermanbury, 8 j 

H/ 

Tonnics, August Ore, 3 /* 13 e 

— TrsTers Rock Paving Company, 20,/ 13 « 



Ertates in liquidation (continued), 

Tyrrell, James, of Harrow, 20/ 13 c 

Utton, Charles Richard, of Peckham, 9 / 



14 c 



13 <f 



Viranti, Ansehnc, of Jeffery's Square, 26 



— Voat, George Hcinrich, of Rotherhithe, 28 
/14 c 

Waggett, Alfred, of Green Street, Grosre- 



nor Square, 19/ 14 /* 

— Wallace, Wm. Thos., 6/ 14 c 

— Watson, Edwanl and Seplimus, of the 
Poultry, 16il4/ 

— Wells, Henry Robert, of Kingsland, 9/ 14 rf 

— White, James, of St. Paul's Churchyard, 8 

— Whittaker, Richard, sf Bkchheath, 12 / 
14 c 

Williams, Edwin, of Birchin Lane, City, 28 



yi4 6 

Wilson, liichard, of St. Swithin*8 Lane, 14 



y 14rf 

— Wyatt, Owen Edward, of Idol Lane, City, 
2lj\6d 

— Yeoman, Joseph, of Dalston, 4c., 6/11 c 
Zerlandi, Nicolas Michel, of Great Winches- 



ter St., 28/14 c 
Estimates, 2t» m 9 /* 
Etou Charges in 1554, 13/8 6 

College Robberies, 6 i 5 c 

Masters, Reported Supersession of, 5 i 1 1 c 

—6 J 8 b 

School Fees at, 20/12 h 

Etruscan Dice-Numeral's, 81 m 4/ 
Eucalyptus Globulas, Mr. Sowerby on, 7j 9/ 
Eugenie (Empress) Note to the Bp. of Troyes on 

his Refusing to Say Masses for the Emperor's 

Soul, 13 J 5 &— 14/ 5 A 

the Press on, 16/ 10 a 

Eupion Fuel and Gas Compasy, IG m 6 ^ 
European Assurance Society, 30 i 7 a 
Evangelical Alliance, Circular to Set Aside St. 

Patrick's Day as Special for Ireland, 21/7/ 
Ex-Lord Chancellors, Four Receiving Pensions, 

26/11/ 
Exchange, Course of, in every day^s paper. 
Exchequer Bills, 28 / 7 & 
Execution of Butt, Bailey and Barry, 12/ 5 b — 

13; lie 
of Thomas Chamberlain, for "^furder at 

Northampton, 31 m 12 6 

of Thos. Ward Nicholls, Reprieyed, 6/11/ 

of William Parker, for Murder, Respited, 

17;5i/-30illrf 

of Thomas Sankey, a Negro, at Montgo- 



mery, 20 /* 12 o 

of Three Murderers, at Durham, 6/ 5 c 



Exeter Cathedral, the Reredos in, Case of, 8 i 4 

e— 8/ 7 «— 9 ; 7 d—lOj 10 c 
Expensive Guest — 55 Years in a Workhouse, 9 

m7 e 
Export Returns, 10 ; 7 6—10/ 7 a— 20/ 6 a -9 

m 7 c — 10 m 6 a 
Extradition Treaty with Aurtra-Hnnganr by 

Great Britain, 25 m 10 e 
Extraordinary Case — Action for a Wife's Main* 

tenance, 2/6/ 



Mar. 81, 1874.] p^lheu's index to '^ the tiubs " newspaper. 



Ar 



F. 

Factory Act and Mr. Cobden, 80 m 12 « 

Fifty-Four Hours Bill, Deputation to Go- 

Tcmmcnt about, 27 m 6 /* 

Notes about, 28 w *12 d 

Fairbanks & Ca, on the Weighing of Grain, 30 

i9i8a 
Fathfull (Emily) on Home Employment for 

Ladies, 16 m 5 c 
Falkland Islands Cattle, IG m 9 e 
False Sovereigns in Circulation, G/7 a 
Fantees and Asliantces, see Ashantebb. 
Farming in the Desert, \0j 7f 
Fast Sailing of an Iceboat on the Hudson, 17 i» 

^e 
Fatal Boxing Ifatch ai Birmingham, 21 j 5 6 

Case of Snow-balling, 17 m 9 c 

Quarrell in Kentish Town, 9 m if 

Fawoett rProfcsscr) at Hackney, 19m 7 d 

on the Trades* Union Congress, 10 ; 7 6 

Notes about. 24 j 5 / 

Fee Stamps, Official Return, 12/9/ 
Fegen (F. J.) Case of Lord Salisbury, 3 m 12 e 
Felted Fabric Depot, 14/ 7 6 
Fenian Demonstration in Hyde Park, 16 m 12 6 
Prisoners. Deputation of Members of Par- 
liament to Government for their Release, 28 »i 

12 e 
— ' Refusal of Gorcmment to Liberate, 80 m 

106 
Festing (A. M.) on the Asiuintcc Despatches, 5 

fHl0 6 
Ffennell (Henry) on the Embankment of Land 

from the Sea, 12 ;' be 
Fiji, Inquiry into the State of, 20 /C9 e 
Final Blunder of the Government — Case of 

Sheriff Bell, from the Pall Mall, lij If 
FINE kBTS:— 
Britten Willis's Entire Scries of Sketches 

Destroyed by the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 24 

/8 a 

— Burlington Gallery Exhibition, 18 m 7 r 

— Dicksee^s Picture of •* Romeo and Juliet " 
Just Published by Mr Lucas, 27 m 9/ 

Landseer at the Royal Academy, 6 j 6 « 

Price Sale List of Modern Foreign Pictures, 

17mlle~26mll d 
of the Earl of Dunmore's Collection of 

Water Colour Drawings, 16 m 6/ 

- of Mr. Heritage's Collection of Water 



Colour Drawings, Zm 7 d 

of the Fourth Portion of Turners En- 



gravings, 7 m 12 6 

Some Recent Engravings, 2Joc 

•Turner Engravings, Preparation for the 

Sale of, 16/9/ 
Finsbury and City of London Saving's Bank, 1 

; 6/ 
Fire in the Country, Danger of, 10 m 7y 
PntBS:— Ojoc— 20i 10/— 11/11/ 
Annual Report of a Year's in London, 22 j 

7 d 

at Baker Street Railway Station, Ijlld 

at Blackheath Hill, 10 m 9 d 

in the Borough, Bjllj 

at Borough Com Mills, Bradford, SdSe 

in the Bristol Custom House, 9fl0c 



Firee {continued). 

in Bunhill Road, at Oliver's Timber Yard, 

5j 12 6 

at Caledon, 5 j 6 ^ 

in Camaby St., Regent St., 16/ 12 c— 19 f 

6 c— 3 m 7 h 

at Chicago, 21/56 

at the Coal Mines at Heraclca, 25 /* 12 a 

at Dover, 10 wi 9 «? 

at Esksidc, Musselburgh, 7 »i 9/ 

at Evan^ville, Indiana, Seven Persons Burnt 

to Death, 24/6 « 

in Fulham Road, 20^ lOy 

at Ghent Railway Station, 7 fl2a 

in Gray's Inn Road, 11/11/ 

Great Temple of Teashig Daijon, at Shiba, 

Destroyed by, 27 f'5 6—27 fo </— 11 wi 14 a 

in Grosvenor Place, 10 / 5 c— 20/10 d 

in the Railway Archcs,Great Suffolk Street, 

Borough, 10/6 c 

in Harcoiirt Street, Marylebone, 16 / 6 c 

in the Hackney Road, 10./ 9/ 

at Henderson's Jute Works, Dundee. 10 m 



9d 



in the Kansas Prairies, 2 / 12 6 

at Leith Flour Mills, 17 ? 5 c 

Saw Mills, 5/10 6 

at Lesney-Part, Erith, 12 ^ 6 rf 

at the London Steroscopic Company, Re- 
gent St., 16/4 « 

Manitoba Parliament House, Destroyed by, 

9j7f 

in the Mines of Heraclia, 20 / 5 6 

at the Mint, Tower Hill, 31 j9e 

at Nicoll's Spinning MiU, Dundee, 19/11 / 

at Panama, 2 m 6 ^17 m S e 

at the Pacific Railway Office, Ottawa, 19 / 

56 

— at the Pantechnicon, Pimlico, 14 f9f—\6 
/•12 a— 17 /9/— 18 /Sa— 19 /6 a— 20/9/" 
—21 f9 e— 23 /•12 a— 24 /8 a— 26/10 6-27 
f\0 6— 28/9/— 2 m 5 c— 3 m 8 a— 5 m 6/— 6 
»i 6 c— 16 m 8 6 

American Press on, 18 m 11 e 

Notes about, 16/12 6— 17/9/— 18/ 8 



a— 19/ 6 a— 20 f 10 a— 21/9 e— 23/12 a— 
24/8 a— 25/6y— 26 flO c— 3 w 8 o 

— at Port Eglinton W^oollen Spinning Works, 
Glasgow, 23 / 10/ 

— in Portsmoutli Dockyard, 16 j 12 «— 20 J 

at Salonica, Burning to Death an Entire 



Jewish Family of 12 Persons, 9 mid 

— at Shorncliffe Camp, 28 i 9/ 

— at Stamboul, 8 fl2b 
at Tate's Sugar Refinery, Liverpool, 10/ 



5c 

in Tinsley Colliery, 22 y 7/— 4 f7c 

in Union Street, Borough, U fllf 

at Upper Welsh Harp, Hendon, 21/7/ 

at Whitley Abbey, 24^ 7 6 

inYeddo, 6/ll« 

Fires, and Ministerial Resignations— Sympathy 

of, 20/10/ 
Firearms, Export Returns, lOy 4/ 
Firms, Changes in, Ij 7 6 — hj 7 6 
Notes about, 2 j7 a 



Fis 



palmer's index to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [Jan. 1 to 



Fiflh, Fresh Water, »ee Fresh 

Culture in America, lOy* 5 c 

at Home, 21/10/ 

Herrings Exported, 19 y 9 /*— 12 wi 7/ 

Irish Salmon in London, 26 i' II / 

Pilchards, 25/- 10 6 

Salmon, 27/7 /* 

in London, 21/10/ 

of theUsk, ]S fSa 



Siezure of Putrid, 10 / 9 e 

Tweed Net, Opening of, 18/ 7 e 

Tjne Salmon, 27 / 7 A 

Fisher (J. "i on Cannibalism in Bonny, 13/6 e 
Fisheries of the Derwent and Cocker, 16 w 7 6 

Irish Sea Coast, 16 f7f 

Opening of, 2 ni 5 c 

Salmon on the Tweed, 30 to 12 e 

Fishing, Opening of the Irish Salmon, 1 j 11 e 
Fishmongers Company', Banquet to the Judges, 

13/12 6 

New Chaplain, 14^ 9 / 

Fitzgerald (Gerald) on the Operation of the Bal- 
lot Act, 13/10 a 

on Rejected Ballot Papers, 10 ; 10 /" 

Fitzwilliam (Hon, Geo.) Health of, 8 »i 11 c- 4 

md e 
Flack & Co., on the South Afncin Gold Fields, 23 

j7fl_26/7a 
Flanders (Count and Countess of) Movements, 

21/12 6 
FUinnel State of Trade in, 18/6 6 
Flint (John) on the Average Attendance at 

Schools, 5jlO/-~8i7<J 

Trade Unionism in Teaching, 6 /* 11/ 

Flogging Garotters. 3j 8 fr— 24> 12 6 

Flour and Bread Co-Operative Supply Company, 

16 m 66 
Fog Everywhere, Two Fisherman Lost for Six 

Days Through, 5^9 f 

Ffifects of upon Plants, 12j 7 6 

in London, 7 fll c 

Foley (^Major Gen. St. George) on the Plunder of 

the ^)ummer Palace at Pekin, 14 m 12 6 
Forbes (Hon. F.) Price Sale List of his Collec- 
tion of Old Porcelain, &c., 28 tn 9 « 
Fordred (John) on Adulteration of Toa, 6/7 e 
Fore Street Warehouse Company, 13/ 6 a — 16 /7 a 
Foreign Bondholders Corporation, 26/7 e 

Ministers, Movements of, 23/10/ 

Office Appointments, 8 ; 6 a—lj 8 a— 28 j 

6/*— 18 f8 6—21/7 a— 28/6 «— 4 /«86— 7m 

7 a— 26 m 6/ 

• licvee, 26/9 / 

Notices, 11 m 9 a 

Orders, Permission to Wear, 4/7 6 — 11/5 

rf— 21/7a 

and Colonial Government Trust, 11 m 8 d — 



18m7d^l4m6/ 
Forest of Dean Collieries, \0j 11 d 
Forgery of French Bank Notes, 80 i 7 a 
Forster ( — ) on Education, 287 6 a 

(W. E.) at Bradford, 27 7 6 c/— 29 i 6/ 

Forsyth (T. D.) Account of Yarkund Mission, 17 
ml8a 

Mr. and the Paddington Vestry, IB f5 e 
^'Wm.) on the Women's Electoral Dlsabili- 
Removal Bill, 27 m 6 « 



Fortifications in Italy, 11 m 12 c 

in France, Germany and Italy, 24 m 4/ 

in Southern Italy, 17 m 9 « 

Fester, Porter & Co., 20 j 7 a 

Found Dead in the Water at Brentford. SO J 11 d 

Drowned at Gravesend, 17 w 11 « 

near London Bridge, 2/11/ 

at Walton-on-thc-Naze, 19/11 e— 21 «' 

14 a— 28 m 6 e— 26 m 9/ 
Fourton (De) an the French Bishops and their 

Govcrament, 5 ; 6 d 
Fox (Howard) on Late Swallows, 2jlO f 

and Bousfield on Ely Chapol, 20^6/ 

FSAHCB : — 

Agricultural Exhibition, Marshal MacMa- 

hon Distributes the Prizes, 10/12 a 
Alsace-Lorraine and the Reichstag, 3 /12 a 

— 4/ 12 a~9/6 a— 20/ 12 a 
Anniversary of the Commune of Paris, 20 

9/1 10 a 
Ball, Grand, Given by the Prefecture of 

the Seine, 7 /'12 a 

at the Luxembourg, 9/11 a 

to President MacMahon by the Chamber 

of Commerce, 10 mB d 
Bazaine (Marshal) his Family Allowed to 

Accompany him, 9j 5 e 

Counsel Declines his Fee, 21/6 e 

Empress Eugenie sends the Counsel a 

Souvenier. 21 i 6 e 
Ex-Queen of Spain Intends to Provide 

for his Family, 21 / 6 e 

Bill on Foreign Residents, 6 ; 5 c 

Bishops in the Boundaries, 14 m 5 a 

and their Government, 5 ;' 6 d 

Trial of, 23/* 5 rt 



6a 



Bonapartist Demonstration, 10; 6 a— 13 m 



J n 



and Legitimists, 12 m 5 a 

Quarrels, 24 j 6/— 26 j 6 c 

and M. Rouher, 17/11 a 

— Bourbon Claimant, see Civil Actioks 
Bourbon 

the Bretons. 13 m 6 a 

Budget, 6/3 a— 4 /*12 a— 6 fl2 a^-Gf 6 

a— 11/12(1— 12/12 «— 13/12 fl-14 fl2 d 
—16/6 a— 16 /•6 a— 20 f 12 a— 21/12 6—25 
/12 a— 26/12 a— 28/12 d-4 m 5 a— 6 w5 a 
—10 m 6 0—13 m o a— 16 m 6 a— 17 m 7 o— 18 
m 5 a— 20 m 12 a 

— the Cabinet and the Assembly, 10/8 a— 12 

— - Cardinals, the New, Receive their Hats. 10 
j o a 

— Catholic Schools of Geneva, Grand Concert 
for, 7/12 a 

— Celebration of the Anniversary of the Death 
of Louis XVI. at Paris. 22j5a 

— Chambord (Comte de) Health of, 3 in 5 a— 
6 m6 a 

Letter to he Union, 2GJ5a 

Notices of, 26 m 6 a 

Sale of his Photograph Forbidden, 6/6 a 

— Channel Ports, 6 ; 6 c 

— Claimant to the Throne, 25/ lOe 

— Commune, Note Served on a Housekeeper 
During, 1979/ * 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmbu's ixdbx to " the times " newspaper. 



Fra 



(continued). 

— Ck>mmuni8tfl, Trial* of, 7/ 12 a— 9/5 a— 
21 f 12 a 

Complementary Elections, 6/5 a — 9/5 a 



10 J 12 a— 20/12 a— 3 ;« 5 a—im 5 a— 5 m 6 
a—Si m 12 a 

— Constitutional Laws, 4 m 5 a — 23 m 7 a — 28 
m S b 

— Court Martial on Communist Prisoners, 2 J 
6 a— 10 i 5 a— 15j5 6 

on Capt. Matuszcwiuz, Appeal Against 



Bejecte<il, loy 5 a 

Delegates of the Press, Meeting of, 17 f 



12 a 



10 a 



Difficulties of the French Ministry, 22; 



— Diplomatic News, 5^8 a— 9^ 5 ^—20; 6 a 
--dfS a— 11/12 a— 22/6 a— 2 m o a— 5 m 
12 a— 12 m 5 6 

— Elections, ej 6 a— 6 m 12 a— 30 ml b 
Complementarj, 16j 5 b 



— Electoral New BUI, Qj 5 c— 15^ 5 6— 17 ; 6 
tf— 5 fl2 a— 12 f 12 a— 14/6 a— 14 / 12 a— 
25/12 a— 5 m 6 o— 7 »i 6 a— 12 m 6 a— 23 w 7 
a — 27 mo a 

Franchise in, 10 ; 10 «— 24> 5 a 



— Elysee, Court Ball at, 28 j 5 o— 2/4 d 

— Emperor Napoleon*s Civil List, 26 J 5 a 

— Empress Eugenie's Letter to M. OUivie^ on 
hii Speech on the Late Emperor, 10 im 5 a 

English Emhassy — Dinner at, 23y 5 a 
Escape of Communist Prisoners, 31 m 12 a 
Evreuz Agricultural Show, 10 m 6 a 
Fete at the Elysee, 16 j 5 b 
Finances, 23 / 5 a— 21 f\2b 
Forui^ Journals to be Taxe<f, 1j 6 a 
Fortifications of Paris, 27 m 5 a — 28 mhb 
Fourth of Decemtier, 20^ 6 e 
Fourton (M.) Circular to the Bishops, 7 j 



ha 

— French Academy — ^Ueception of Emilc Olli- 
vier, 4/ 12 a-~21/12 b—3m7 a— 4 m 5 a— 5 
m 5 a — 6 m 12 h—G m 10 a— 11 m 7 a— 13 m 
5a 

the Debat$ on, 3 fA 7 d 

on Lamartine : — the Objectionable Pas- 



sage, 7 IN 5 e 

Cardinals, 9/56 



— and Germany, 17/6 a — 19/ 5 a — 20 / 5 a 
—24/ 6 a— 27/ 5 a 

Germany, and the French Press, 26 ;' 5 a — 
8/12 a 

— Government of National Defence, 10/ 10 a 
and the Opposition, 17 »< 9 a 

and the Press, 6 m 12 a — 7 m 5 a 

Works Written on, 10/ 10 a 



— Grands Magasins du Louvre Commence an 
Action for Lil^l Against the Manchester Guar- 
dian, &c., 15 / 6 ^ 

— Imperialist Pilgrimage at Chislehurst, 16 m 
8a 

Interpellation of the Left, 19 m 6 a— 20 mSa 

— and Italy, 17 / 12 « 

— Le Bouiget, Inauguration of the Monument 
at, 12/* 12 a 

— Ledru Rollin a Candidate for the Assembly, 
18/6 a 



Franco (^conttnuetO. 

Loan, 16/5 a 

MacMahon and his Cabinet, 31 m 12 a 

and the Due de Broglie, 21 m 12 a 

and the Moderate Left, 27 f6 a 

and the Prince Imperial, 18 m 5 a 

Manifesto of the Right Centre, 3/ 4 a 

Mayors Government Nomination of, 8/ 5 a 

—9/ 6 a— 12 ; 10 t—15 j 5 a— 16/5 a— 17/ 6 

c— 19/5 0— 20/ 5 a 

Melvil-Bloncourt (M.) Case of, 12/12 a 

Ministerial Crisis, 10/ 5 a — 12/ 5 a — 13 ; 5 

a-~13/10a 

Defeat, 16 7n 5 a 



— Miscellaneous News, 6/uc — 5/ 8 a — 11/ 
12 a— 20 /12 a 

Monarchists and Legitimists, 16/5 a 

— Money Market, 1/5 a — 6 / 5 c — iij 5 a — 16 
/ 5 a— 2b/ 6 6—3/13 a— 18/12 a— 21/12 6 
—23/6 «— 28/12 fl— 3 m 5 o— 4 m 6 a—o m 
6 a — 7 »i 6 a — 10 m 5 a— 11 m 7 a — 12 m 6 a — 
14 fn 6 a — 17 m 7 a — 19 m 5 a — 25 in 5 a — 26 m 
6 6— 28 TO 5 6—30 m 7 6 

Napoleon (Prince Imperial) Letter, 24/ 5 a 



—16/5 a 

III. CivU List, 14/6 a— 6 m 6 a— 28 »i 5 6 

— ^ — National Assembly : — ^Adjournment of, 1 / 

6 a 

Army Chaplains, 28^' 5 a 

• Canids, 10 to 5 n 

Committee of Thirty, 14 / 5 o- 26 m 6 6 

—30 TO 7 6 
— Committees, 24m 5 a 

Due Decaztt and M. du Temple, 23/5 c 

Electoral Loan, 12 m 6 a -14 m 6 a — 14 m 



12 



on the Eve of the Heccss, 31 m 12 c 
Finances, 317 5 a— 2/ 12 a— 3/12 a 
Fortifications of Paris, 23 m 7 a 
Gambetta (M.) on PubUc Credit, 1/ 6 a 
— Case of, 12 to 8 a 
Government and the Press, 6 m 6 a— 7 m 



6 a — 11 TO 7 a 

Incident in, 20 to 8 a 



Ledru RoUin Takes his Seat, 10 to 6 a 

the Left, 14 to 6 a— 30 to 7 6 

Liquidation Account, 21 m 12 a 

List of Members, 16/ 10 a 

Monetary Convention, 23 to 7 a 

Municipal Councils Bill, 25 w 6 a— 26 to 5 a 

New Taxes, 14 to 5 a 

Newspaper Stamp Tax, 24/12 a 

— — Nomination of Mayors, 21/5 a— 23/ 6 o 
—24/6 6—5 / 12 a— 14/6 6 

Proceedings in, 14 / 6 a— 16/ 5 a— 16/ 



10 a- 22 /6 a— 23/ 6 a— 24 / 5 a— 27 / 6 
29/ 6 «— 30 ) 5 a— 31 / 6 a— 7 /12 fl-9/6 a 
10/12 a— 17 n2 a- 23/6 a— 24/12 1—2 m 
6 a— 10 TO 6 a— 11 m 7 a— 18 m 5 a— 21 w 12 a 
—23 TO 7 a— 24 to 5 a— 25 to 5 a— 26 w 6 6—28 
M 6 a— 30 TO 7 a 

Scenes in, 24 / 5 6—28 m 5 a 

State of Parties in, 16/ 9 /* 

Sugar Duties, 11 >« 7 a— 14 m5a 

M. Thiers at, 26/ 12 m 

Vote of Confidence in the Ministry, De- 
bate on, 13 / 5 a 



Fta 



u 



» 



PAIJCSB'0 IMDSX TO *' THE TIUES " MEWSPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 io 



(^continued). 
New Fortifications, 26 m 5 a 
-Mayors, 3 y 12 a 

— Municipal Law, 4/12 a 

— Years lieceptions, 2j5 a 
Newspapers Suspended, 20 j 5 a — 21 j 6 a- 



23J5a 

Judgment Quafhed, 10/ 6 o 

— Paris— Destitution in, 19 /" 3^ a 

Court Fete in, 21 M2 a 

Ex-King of Naples in, 7 j 6 a 

International Exhibition, 26/12 a— 2 m 

5 a — 4 m 5 a — 5 m 12 a 

Life in, 5 m 10 s 

Municipality of, dO ; 5 a 

Reception of the Due and Dnchesse 



Decazcs, 8 / 10 a 

Vegetable Market in March« 80 m 7 e 



I'arliamvntary Committees, 1 7 m 7 a 

• Pending Legislation in, 19/ 8 a 

Permanent Committee, 31 m 12 a 

Police Force in, 25 w 5 rf— 26 m 9 / 

Political Prosecutions, 6/5 « 

Population Returns of, ojoe 

the President and his Min:8'ers 14 m 5 a 

Press and the GoTemment, 22j5a 

Prince Imperial, Reported Return of to 

Paris on his Majority, 5 /'12 a 

Birthday of, 21/ 12 a 

Protestant Synod, 18/5 a 

Raspail, Father and »)n, Case of — Sentence 

14/12a— 17/11 cfc 
Recomposing the Dossiers Judiciaires, 14 / 

6a 

Rehearsal of the Paxis Commune, 19/ 10 « 

Revenue Returns, 7/12 a 

Rochefort TM.) in New Caledonia, Oj 10 c 

Escape of, 31 m 12 a 

Rouher (M.) I^etter on the <«Soptennat," 13 

/12 a 

the Press on, 2\ fl h 

Septennial Term, 3/ 12'a- 6/ 12 aS/0 a 

—6/11 a— 7/12 c— 23 w*12 a— 24 m 5 a— 24 

m 10 a 
Soup Kitchens for the Poor, 21 / 12 5— 24^ 

12 a 

Stoflfel (Colo Charges Against 4/11/ 

• Sugar Duty in, 27 /'6 a — 12 m 6 a 

Thiers (M.) Gold Medal Presented to, by 



the French Citizens of America, 2ljob 

Health of, 31 m 12 a 

Letter to M. Le Petit, 27 fSb 

and his Manifesto, 27/8 a 

Receptions, 5 m 12 a 

Speech to the Franco- American Address, 

28 / 12 a 
• Treaty of Commerce with England, 26 



jSa 



Tuileries, Proposed Carriage Way Through 
the Gardens of, 27/ 5 a 

Versailles, Dinner at, by the Marshal Presi- 



dent, 2 m 10 d 

Winter Season in Paris, 7 / 10 n 

Francis (Francis) on Bird Slaughter, 19 m 12 c 

on Fresh Water Fish, 6/ 10 d 

on the Salmon Fisheries, 27/7/ 
ser (Bp.) and Lord Lawrence, 20 rM 12 b 



Eraser (CoL) on the Coesterfidd Letters of 1878, 

12/ 5 e 
Free Breakfast Tabic, 5 m 6 c— 6 m 8 <n— 7 m7 d 
Deputation to Goremment about, 11m 



Se 



Notes about, 13 m 11/ 

and Taxation, U m S f 

Grants of Muskoka, 7/12 ^-8/ 7 d—U j 

Od 
Trade League — Mr. Briggs and Mr. Hor- 

well, 23 m 7 c 
Freeniantle (C. W.) on Half Crowns or Florins, 

2j7 f 
Frcmantle (Sir Thos.) Superannuation Allow- 

a ce to, 8/ 10 c 
(Rev. W*) on the Bishops, the Confessional 

and the Noncoformists, 10/ Of 
Freemasons, English, Election of Grand Master, 

5 m 5 d 
in Parliament, 14 -a 11/— 17 m 14 &— 18 m 

Oe 

Prince Arthur Admitted, 25 m 5 « 

Frere (Sir Bartle) Freedom of the City in a Gold 

Box be Presented to, 14 j ft/' 

on the Bengal Famine. 2*5/ 10 d 

Lecture on A/nca, G/5 f 

en Livingstone in Africa, 6/12 a — 9/ 7 o 

French Academy of Sciences — Ner Member, 1 / 

6/ 
New Members, 24/ 7 c — 80/ 6 a 

BentYolent Society. 17/ 7 c 

Channel Ports, Notes about, 13/3 / 

Classical Stage, 18 m 6 c 

Communists in London, 20 m 10 a 

Constitution, 26 m 5 cf 

^Diplomacy in Rome, 6/ 10 a 

Elections, 12/6 a 

Embassy, 2/9 /*— 26/ 12 b 

Finances, 3 / 3 / 

Law of Marriage, 17/5/ 

Ministry and Opposition, 30 m 9 e 

Modem Literature, 11 /*8 a 

Fresh Prorisious Co-OperatiTe Association, 5 m 

Water Fish, Notes about, 6/ 10 </— lOj 5 d 

Friends in Need, 14/11/ 
Frozen Poultry, 13 /*6 « 
Fulton (Hamilton) on the High Tide, 28 m 6 < 
Fur Trade of the Upper Missouri, 14 j 10 f 
Furs, Valuable, 14 m 6 /* 

Furdoonjce (Nororozjro) on the Riot at Bombay, 
20 m 12 d 

G. 
Gades<len (A. W.) on the Importation of Sugar, 

17/6/ 
Gales, 30/ 7 d 

in the Baltic, 11 / 12 a 

Gallant Rescue by a Son of Lord Braugham, 30 

j5b 
Gambetta (M.) on Public Credit, 1 j 6 a 
Gambler, State of the Market, 7/6 d—lOf 7 e 

— 24i6a 
Gambling at Monaco, 3 / 5 e 
Game Laws, Notes about, 1/66 
Presented to Hospitals, Royal Presents, 12 

i6fl-14/9/ 



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6er 



Garbanato cPauI) on the Fire at the Pantechni- 
con, 26/ 10c 

Gardiner (Col.) on Charity and Poor Law Belief, 
157 7 c 

GAS:— 

Appliances for the Economic ConBomption 

of, IG f 12 e 
Bahia, 2j 7 a 

Companies, State of Shares, in every day's 



paper, 

— Crystal Palace District Company, 21 m 10 
a— 27 w 7 c 

— Iniperialy Agreed Increase of Price, 12 >ii 6 



B — 18 m 5 e 

— Light and Coke Company — Commissioners 
to Raise the Price of Gas for, \^j Bd 
DiTidtnd Meeting. 28 m 8 a & & 



— Meetings on the Increase in the Price of, 
16^10 6 

to Propose Baying the Companies by the 



Local Board. 27 ?m 7 f 

— Reduction in the Price of, 23/ 10 e 

— Rio di Janeiro, 28 m 6 a 

— San Paulo, 9> 6 o 
Supply of the Metropolis, Dr. Letheby's 



Report, Mj 7 e 
General Assessment Sessions, Meetings, 7 m\lh 
Credit and Discount Company, 2y 11 c — 

13/7/"— 20 w 76 

Medicfil Council, 4 w 9 e 

New River Company, 7 m 11 6 

Steam Navigation Company, 25 / 7 a 



Geneva, Brunswick Bequest to, 10 m 10 e 

Induction of Three New Cures at, %jBd 

and South Devon, Climates Compared, 28 

German Competition on Commerce, 13 j 7 J — 16 

;• 8 d—\7j e/—\9j 10 e--27 / 6 b 

Methodists and the Palk Laws, 17 in 9/ 

Trading Company, 2j 7 a 

GERMANY:^ 

Alsace-Lorraine— Count Von Moltke on, 

19/12a 

and the German Parliament, 24/ 10 e — 



24 f 12 a— 26 f 12 a— 25 m 10 rf 

6p. Rae*s- Motion in Parliament Relating 



t*», 17/12 a— 19/12 a— 23y 6 h 

Bp. of Strasburgh Candidate for Parlia- 



nietit, 7 j S a 

— Army, New Bill, 17/ 12 a— 14 m 6 6-- 21 m 
12 6—23 m 7 fl— 25»i 10 d 

— Battle of Novara, Twenty-Fifth Anniver- 
sary, 24 m 5 b 

and the Belgian Press, 28 j 5 6—5 /" 12 6 

— Berlin Water Works Sold to the City, 1/ 
5a 

Banquet in to the Prince and Princess of 

Wales, 3 m 5 d 

— Meeting to Reciprocate the Feelings of 



the London Meetings, 8iy 5 o— 2/ 12 A— 11/ 

7/ 
Royal Library at, 28/9 / 

— Bismarck (Prince), »«e Diet. 

and Alsace-Lorraine, 4 m 5 a — 7 m 5 a — 7 



m lOe 

Cabinet and Army Bill, 30 m 7 « 

the French on, 2/ 12 a 



Germany (cantiruied). 

Bismarek (Prince) Health of, 14 w 5 6— 16 

m 5 6—17 m 7 «— 18 m 5 «— 20 m 12 n— 21 m 
12 a— 23 »i 7 0—24 m 5 6—25 m 10 d— 27 m 5 6 

and Italy, 11/9/ 

and Gen. Delia Marmora, 23^ 6 a— 4 / 12 

a— 6/10 rf— 17/12 a 

Church and State in, 8y 5 a & 6—10 / 5 6— 

20 j 4 rf— 21 / 12 6—25 / 12 a— 26/ 12 a— 27 
J 5 6—28/12 6—2 m 5 6—18 m 6 fl-23 m7 a 
—26 m 5 i 

Arrest of the Bp. of Treves, 16 m 5/ 



— avil Marriage Bill, 17 j 5 6— 24> 5 a— 21/ 
12 6—25/ 12 «— 28 m 5 6 

— Court Journal, 9^ 5 6 — 16 m 5 6 
Dean Stanley and Lady Stanley at Court, 



21/12 6 

Kmperor*s Birthday, 23 m 7 a— 25 mlOe 
Grand Levee on Coronation Day to be 



held by the Crown Prince, 13 j 6 c 

Health of the Emperor, 1/6 o— 6 i 5 « 



—8 j 5 6—9 /9 /— 19/ 12 a— 20 f 12 o— 5 m 
6 6—10 m 5 a 

New Year CongratuUitioHs to the Em- 



peror, 2^ 5 a 

— Currency, 12 m 6 6 

— and Denmark, 26/12 a— 6 m 10 c 

— Diet — Debate on Alsace-Lorraine, 24 f 10 e 

Code of Trade Regulations, 21/ 12 6 

Fierce Debate in, 20 i 10 a 

New Press Law, 21/12 6 

Prince Bismarck in, 17 ; 5 6 

Speech in, 20 i 10 a 

Proceedings in, 22^ 6 6—21 fl2 6—18 m 



5 a— 25 m 5 a— 25 m 10 a— 27 m 5 6 

— Diplomatic News. 7/12 a 

— Ecclesiastical Legislation, 24 /"lO/ 

— Elections, 12 j 5 «— 18^ 5 c-^14y 5 6—15 ; 
56—16; 56— 177 56— 17; 12a— 19; 5a— 
24> 5 a— 28/ 6 6—8/12 a 

— English Deputation to the Emperor for his 
Letter to Earl Russell, 11 m 7 a 

— Foreign Money Not to be Accepted by the 
Treasury, 28^ 5 6 

— Forster (Dr. Prince Bp. of Breshiu) Salary 
of. Suspended, *>jb a 

— and France, 17/6 6—24 f\2e 

— and the French Press, Prince Bismarck*8 
Protest, 227 5 a 

North German Gazette on, 28 j 5 6—2 / 



12 a 



Gold Coined, 17 j 6 6—7/12 o— 16/5 6— 

7 w 6 a — 14 »» 6 6 
Imperial Judicial Procedure, New Law 

about, 28/* 12 6 

and Italy, 22 / 5 a 

Lamarmora (Oen.) Second Volume, 25 m 



10 (/ 



56 



& d 



Lcdochowski (Abp.) at Berlin, 1/5 a— 16i 

Arrest of, 4/12 a— 9/5 6—14/8 a 

- Letter to the Czech C:iergy, 30 / 5 6 
Legislation in, 28 m 5 d 

Military Budget, 9 / 5 6 

— CommidHion, 1 4 m 5 6 
New Law, 14/8 <i— 28 m 5 «— 31 m 12 a 



Oer 



palmer's index to ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ckrmany {vonttnued). 

Military Pensioners Bill, 28 m 5 6 

Miscellaneous News, 1 j 5 a — 18 /'12 a 

Moltke (Fred. Marshal Count) Speech on 

theArmy Bill, 21/6C 

the Russian Press on, 12 m 10 « 



— and her Neighbours, 7/6 e — Wj 6 a 

— New Ecclesiastical Cooncil of Lay Mem- 
bers, 6/ 5 c 

— Newspapers Suppressed, 22j5a 

— Parliament, Ejections, 10.; 6 a 

— and the Pope, 12 j 5 b — 15 j 5 b 
Po«en Palace Stripped by the Sheriifs for 



Fines, 7j 5 a 

— Press Law in, 20 m 12 a— 24 mSh 

— Reichstag, Opening of, 6 /"S « 

Debate on the Army Bill, 21/5 c 

Election of President, 9 / 5 c 

Procecdmgs, 10/ 12 a— 12 / 12 a- 



12 a 



\Zf 



Reriew of the Speech, 10/9/ 
Speech of the Kmperor, Q fb a 



Reinkens (Bp.) Letter of the Kmperor to, 

24^7/ 

Shareholding Company Mania, 25 m 10 cf 

Speech of the Imperial Crown Prince on 

the Events of the Day, 14/8 a 

Usedom (Count) Letter from, \Z f\2a 

Gerstenberg (J.) on the Death of Baron de 

Krause, 28 m lOe 
<5ibraltar, Bishopric of. 12 i 6 &— 3 m 10/ 

New Bishop of, 31 ; 7 /•— 2 / 8 a— 12 m 12 « 

Oilpin (Charles) on Louis Kossuth, 25 / 12 c 
Girton College, 22 / 5 6 

Littlo-go Examination for Women, 1 j 10 6 

Oissing (T. S.) on the Fire at Shiba, 27/6 a 
Gladstone (lit. Hon. W. E.) on Dean Ramsay, 1 

jbb 
Address on Dissolving Parliament, 24 ji' 8 a 

—26^6 6 
Deputation to on the County Franchise, 22 

j9>a 

Dinner Party, 26/12 6 

the Economist on, 17 i/i 6 rf 

and the Fenian Prisoners, 18 7*7 6 

as a Force, from the Spectator, 9/7 d 

at Greenwich, 29 j 5 c 

Health of, 21/9 e— 23 y 9 c 

Letter to Earl Granville on the Opposition 

Leadership, 13 m 8 a 
to Mr. Matson on the Result of the Elec- 
tions,. 21 M 7/ 

Ministry, the Economist on, 16/11 a 

Movements, 18/9 « 

at New Cross, 3 / 5 « 

. — at the Newport Market Refuge, 26 m 10 e 

at Nottingham, 17 »» 14 b 

Patronage Exercised During his Term of 

Office, 13 w 8 a— 14 m 9/ 

Reasons for Dissolving Parliament, 27 i 5 c 



— 28y9/— 31;9/' 

Resignation, 18/9 « 

Saturday Review on his Letter about the 

Opposition, 17 *« 6 rf 

Sp^vtator on, 1 7 »w 6 « 

at Woolwich, 2/" 5 a 



jlasgow Chamber of Commerce, 15/0 f 



Globe Telegraph and Trust Company, 14/6 
26 f/i 7 a 

Glocester (Bp. of) on the Court of the Metropoli- 
tan, 2S f9e 

on Ritualism, a Pastoral Charge, 26 ^ 10 e 

Glossop Hall, Dangerous Well in, 1/56 

Glover (^Capt.) Account of the Volta Expedition, 
2/4 e 

Gold Fields of Transvaal, 18/ 7/— 20 / 7 d 

Goldie (Charles D.)on the Death of Capt. Nicol, 
8 m 5« 

Gole (J. and R.) on the Government Securities 
Debenture Company, 21 i 6 a 

Grood Friday, Notes about, 19 m 10 <f 

GoodlifFe (Francis G.)on the South African Gold 
Fields, 19j6a 

Gordon (Col.) and Sir Samuel Baker, 1 ; 9/— 16 
;• 12 e— 4 7» 9 6 

1, Rev. Alex.) on the Norwich Centenarijui, 

lOjlOe 

Gotti (AureUo) on the Michael Angelo Anniver- 
sary, 6 /"ll f 

Gounod (Ch.) and Stationers' Hall, 7jSb 

Gounod's Concerts, 10 /' 10 e 

Government, Change of, 19 /9 e 

and the House of Lords, 7 m 12 c 

by Private Secretaries, 10/7 € 

Securities Debenture Company, 15 j 6 c — 

21;6a— 29i7c 

Stock Investment Company, 3 j 5 e 

Grand National Demonstration of the Catholic 
Total Abstinence League of the Cross, 25 m 6 & 

Granite, Wood or Asphalt, for Pavements, 2 / 10 
/__8 j 4 e— 10 j 12 rf— 12 ; 6 d 

Grant (Albert) Letter to the Board of Works 
on Handing to them Leicester Square, 24 j 7 6 

^ President) (j^nealogv of, \6j0d 

Granville (Icrd) at Dover,' 25/12 c 

Grantham, New Recorder for, 20 / 11 « 

Gray (Fred.) on the Reason of Mr. Gladstone's 
Dissolving Parliament, 81}' 9 f 

(G. W.) on the Cattle Disease, 16 m 12 b 

(Thomas) Projector of the Railway System, 

Testimonial Fund, 26 i 8 6 

Great Desert of Carey Street, 19 / 6 A 

Eastern Steamship Company, 10 m 6 c 

GREECE :— 

Constitutional Monarchy in, 19 j 4 e 

Ministerial Crisis in, 20/ 12 a 

Miscellaneous News, 22 j 5 6—17 / 12 6— 

30 m7 c 

New Cabinet, 24/12 a 

Greek Art in India, 27 f5e 

Plea for, 8 j 10 « 

Green Fruit, State of the Market, 8/5 f—lOj 7 
c— 17 / 6 b—2ij 6 a—31j 6 /*— 7 / 7 ci— 14 / 
7 6— 21/6/— 28/7/— 7m 6 d—Hm G rf— 21 
m 10 cf— 28 m 60 

Greenwich Hospital and Schools, Annual Ac- 
counts, SO m 5 (/ 

Grenville-Murray (E. C.) Contradiction of Au- 
thorship, 15y 5 c 

Grey v^E^l) on the Gold Coast Protectorate, 13 
m 5 d — 14 m 7 c 

Grievarces of Landowners, 12/7/ 

Griffiths (F. .7.) Telegraphic Monsters, 12 m 7 c 

Grosvenor Hotel Company. V^/7 « 



I 

Mar. SI, 1874.] palmer's index to the " times " newspaper. 



Hoi 



Grove (€^.) on the Palestine Exploration Fund, 

22/ 7 c 
Guana PeruvUn, 12 J 6 /"— 16>'B o— 27 / 7 a— A 

M 6 a — 18 m7 a 
Value of Imported, 13^ 6 /"— 25 /lO rf— 10 

mo/ 
Guildford (Bp. of) New Appointment, 9/7 e 

Consecration, 11 m 14 c 

Gulick (W. U.) on the Carlist Siege of Bilboa, 

12/6 rf 
Gunpowder, Export Returns, 21 fl2 d 
Guuter (Lt. Qol.) the Militia, lo'; 12 a 

H. 
Ilaileybury College, 27 ;« 1 1 c 
llaisell (Alfred) Letter to his Parents, 1 / 6 e 
11 ale (William) on Rockets for Ashantee, 9j 12a 
Half- Crowns or Florins, Sj 7 c — 7 j 6 a — 7 j 7 / 

—a ; 10 </— 12 ; 7 d— 13 j 6 rf— 16 / 6 y— 23 j 

56 

Official Circular about, 2j 7/— 19 /9 « 

Pali Mail Gazette on, 5 ; 6 « 

Hall (W. H.) on the Bengal Famine, 21 m 11 b 
llainilton (George) on the Middlesex Election, 23 

/6 c 
Hamp:$tcad Heath, Bird Catching on, 18 m 5/ 
Hams, Import Returns, 24/12 d^iO m 10 s 
Hansard (Rev. Septimus) on Bethnal Green 

Museum, 16 mS 
Hareourt (Sir W. V.) Refutation of Mr. Disraeli's 

Statement, 3 / 12 c 
Harding (I^v.' G. T.) on the West Drayton 

(?ollisions, 19 /*7 s 
Hardware Cutlery, Exports, lOmid 
Ilardwicke (W.) on the Adulteration Act, 6 m 7h 
Harley ((George) Warning to the Foolish, 24 m 

12/ 
llamson (Benj.) Federation of Employers, 13 j 

7d 
(Frederic) on the Laws Relating to Labour, 

14 M 7 0—19 m 10 d— 23 m 9 d « 
(Thos. E./ Engineering View of Railway 

Accidents, \bj6j 
Beal & Co., on Lord Westbury's Will, 10 m 

12 6 
Harrow School, 12 m 7 o 

New Statutes, 8 i" 7 c— 23 ; 7/ 

Hart (Ernest) on the West H vddon Case. 23 ; 5 6 
Hanrest (Daniel) on Parochial CivU Wars, 6 / 

10/ 
Harvey (F. B.) on the Catechism and the Bir- 
mingham School Board, bj hj 

(^John) Post Office Economy, 24 /*7 a 

Hassall (Dr. A. H.) on Adulteration of Tea, 9 j 

5 € 

on the Manufacture of Sherry, 4 m 10/ 

Hawaii, Notes about, 10/ 12 c 

Hawkins (R. S.) on the West Drayton Collisions, 

\2fiif 
Hay, State of the Market, 13/ 6 rf— 20/ 7 o 
(Vice Adm.) on Mr. Childers and the 

Dockyard Labourers, 9/10 d -12/5 d 
Hayman (Dr.) and the Rugby Governing Body, 

6 > 11 6—10/6 6—14/ 7 €— 20> 6 rf— 20/7 c 
—3 m 5 d— 80 m 13 a 

Counsers Opinion on his Case, 13/9 « 



Head (Jeremiah) Case of the Royal Naval 

Engin^-ers, 13/5 e 
HeadUm (T. £.) on the Newcastle Election, 12 / 

10 a 
Health, Officer of, for the City, 18/11 c— 5 w 6c 
R^strar-Qeneral*8 Weekly Return of, 1 / 

10 6—8/ 4/— 15/ 4/— 26/ 4 e— 29/ 4 f—b f 

10 c— 14/11 «-18/7 rf-25/6 «— 9 m 4 e— 

12 m 4 /•- 23 m 6 /*— 30 w 6 c 
.— of the Port of London, 13 m 12 a 
of ScotUnd, Quarterly IMurn, 13 / 4/— 23 

/*/ 

Monthly Report, 18/9/— 30 m 7/ 



Heath (F. G.) on the Bore of the Severn, 24 m 

10 a 
(Rear Adm.) on the Loss of the Vilh du 

Havre, 21/ 8 c 
(Vernon) on Photographic Discoreries, 24 

/•ll/— 25/lOs 
Hemp, Import from Russia, 10 m 10 d 
State of the Market, 8/6 6—5 m 6 <f— 19 

iM6b 
Henry (Mitchell) on the Irish Elections and 

Home Rule, 5 m loy 
Hereford Municipal Election Petitions, 20/ 7 tf 
Herring (Richard) on Practical Telegraphy, 16/ 

116 
Herschel (Sir John) Collection of the Letters of, 

19 ; 7 a 

Hertslet (E.) Order of the Bath Conferred on, 

20 fb f 

Herzen (Dr. A.) on Cruelty to Animals in Italy, 

6/ 10/ 
Heurtley (C. A.) on Confession in the Church of 

EngUnd, 7/ 7 rf 
Hides, Stete of the Market, 9/ 6 rf— 13/7 c— 14 

/7 6—27/7 6— 28/7/— 20 m 7 c— 21 m 6 d 
High Tide Expected, 12 in 10 rf 
Account of, 21 m, 10 e— 23 m 7 rf— 24 w 

10 e 

Notes about, 25 m 5 6—27 mil e— 28 m 

Mr. Redman's Return of, 81 m 8 6 

Water at London Bridge, after Ship News, 

in every day*» wwer 
High^ate School, New Head Mastwr, 27 / 6 a v 
Highland and Agricultural Society, 23 ; 6 6 
Highton (H.) on the Light Cable Telegraph, 16 

Highton*s Telegraphic Apparatus, 13/6 d — 14/ 

12 rf— 16/11 6 
Hill (Sir R6wland)onOurCk)al Supply, 14 / 11 rf 
Himalayan Scenerjr , 5 w 6 rf 
Hind (J. R.) New Comet, 24 /"lO rf 
Hindley, the Conservative Members at, 26/ 7 6 
Hoare (Sir Henry) at Chelsea, 14/ 7 c 
Hobhouse (Charles) on the Bengal Famine, 17 m 

10 c 
Holbom District— Health Report, 13/ 10 6 
Hole \C. M.) on the Operation of the Ballot Act, 

18/7a 

Holland (E. W.) on Post Office Savings Banks, 8 
j9/-.6yi0« 

(F. W.) on Mount Sinai, 3 w 7 6 

and Hannen, on Trade Unionism, 14y 5 « 

Holland— Budget for their East Indian Posses- 



6 e 



M%^^v«ua O 



e J 



Hoi 



FAUnUl's INDEX TO '' THS TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Holland, Diplomatic News, 9 f&b 

Gold Coinage in, 7/ 12 a 

HollingBworth fDr.) Account of the Siamese 

Twins, 9/ 12 6 
Holmes^s Shipwreck Diatress Signal, \\J 1 b 
Home for Convict Children in Moscow, 18 m 5/ 

Employment for Ladies, 16 »i 5 c 

Civil Service, Open Competitions, 9 /ll c 

Rule and Fenianism, 19 w 7 / 

in Ireland, 10/4 /• 

Rulers in England, oj 8 rf— 6> 12 c—7j 6/ 

in Ireland, 2 m 1 1 a 

in London, Sj 6 d 



and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 

15j6c— 28j 11 fl 
Homeless and Destitute Children, Award of 

Prizes, 3i 8 c 
Homer ad usum Greenwich, 3/10/ 
llondurus Inter-Occanic Railway Company, 21 

;Ga 
Honyman (Justice) Health of, 25 m 10 c 
Hopkins (Manley) on Hawaii, 10 J 12r~ll m 96 
Hops, Foreign, Import lieturns, 14 m 12 e 
State of the Market, 5 i 7 b—6j 6 «— 13 ; 

e rf— 19> 6 e—20j 7 6—27 J 6 a—lO /7 6— 17 

/6 6— 27 /*7 rf-2 m 6 6—3 m 6 a-^*Jm 7e— 10 

m 6 c— 17 m 8 &— 23 m 8 e— 24 m 6 (/—SO m 8 

/— 81 n 11 6 
Horse, Intercational, Show in Mandietter, 18/ 

7e 
Horses, Monthly Export Returns, 11 m 6y 
Notes on the Breed of, ia/6/ 

— Plea fur, 12 m 6 e 

Preston Great Fair, 10 / 9 « 

Return of Exports, 14y 3/ 

-*— Show at Calcutta, 14i 5 a 

at Downham, 4 m 10 c 

Hoskyns-Abraball (Rev. J.) on the Word "Ring- 
leader," 2G ;• 1 1 c 
HoBpital for Consumption, 27/10 b 
' for Diseases of the Throat, 19; 10 a— 2G/ 

5/ 

— for Incurables^ Anniversary Meeting;26 fn9/ 

for Sick Children. 12/ 10 6 

Festivities, 9^ 9 c 

Saturday for London, 11 in »/— 16 m 12 b 

Hotel Keepers, Conference of at Baden Baden, 

16 »/ 6 /* 
Houghton, Smith & Co.. on Unscaworthy Ships, 

12>5c 
Hours of Factory Labour, see Vai:tort. 
House of Lords, Judicial Business of, 23 in 9/ 

Davis r. XJewis and others, 23 m 13 & 

Glasgow and South Western Railway v, 

Caledonian Railway, 23 m 13 ^ 

— Hilliard v. Eiflfe, 25 m ll b 
-^- Inland Revenue v. Harrison. 27 m 11 a 
How to Live on Six ShilUngs a Week, 26^ 6 /* 

to Spoil Good Work. 26 m 7/ 

Howard I? amily — Sketch of the Peerages in, 9. j 

5 6—3/10 6— 10; 11 d 
Howell (George) on Mr. Briggs*s Model Budget, 

18v<ll A 
Hud on's Bay Company, 20 m 7 6—28 w 6/ 
Hugehuann (M.) and Jm SituatioTt, 30 m 12 c 
Muggins ( — ) and Professor Newcomb Elected 

Members of the French Acni?my, 24 7 7c 



Hogo (Victor) his New Novel, 3 i 7 s 
HUNQARY :— 

Court Circular, 12 m 5 6 

Finances, 21 j 5 6 -31 j 5 a— 4/ 12 b 

Investitute of the Primate with the Caidi- 

nal's Bereta, 23 ; 4 e 
Ministerial Crises, 2 m 6 b — 8 m 5 6 — 17 m 7 

6—18 m 6 a— 20 m 12 a— 21 m 12 a 
Ministry, 27 f 5 6—21 w 4 rf— 21 / 12 a— 24 

m 5 b — 25 m 5 o 
Hunt (Robert) Mineral Statistk^s of the United 

Kingdom, 2 / 4 c 
Hunter's Hallamshire — Important Decision, 10 

mlO/ 

( W. "V.) on the Bengal Famine, 17 m 10 c 

Huntly (Lord) on Enclosures, 10 j 12 d 
— - - on Labourers* Cottages, 16j 6 d 
Hutchins (J. B.^ on the Education Act, 21 flOd 
Hutchinson (Thes. J.; on Cannibalism in Bonny, 

13/6 e 
Hydrophobia — Case of Mr. Corbisliley, 7 w 7 </ 
Hydrophobia, Deaths from, 26 > 11 c— 23 m 6 / 

—80 m 7/ 

I. 
niicit Distillation, 14/7/ 
Imperial Credit Company, 21 j 6 a — 30 ; 7 c 
Land Company of Marseilles, 21 m 10 a— 

24 m 6 a— 27 m 7 a 
Imposter, an Accomplished, James (Godwin, 4 m 

7 e 
Imprisonment by County Courts New Bill, 25 n 

12 c 
Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 12/7 

d-13/6/ 
Improvement of Land, J. J. Mechi on. o jf 6 c 

Report on, 5^11/ 

Income Tax Deputation to Government to Re- 
peal, 19 m 12 c 

History of, 16/4 « 

and its Surcharges — Notes about, 29 j 5 6 

on Working Men, 12/7 « 

Incorporated Church Building Society, 17 m M f 

Law Society, 18 w 11 /* 

Incumbents' Sustontation Fund, 17 j 12 i/ 
Independent Elector's Lament — from Punrh^ 11 

/6 c 
India and Brighton, Notes about, 10/ GJ 
INDIA:— 
Advertising of a Brahmin Woman for a 

Husband. 6^ 12 d 

Agra Festivities, SjUd 

^ Appointments, 12 ; 10 e 

Army Reform Scheme, 2ji f 

• Arrests on Sundays Declared Legale 10 y 

5e 
Bombay, Parsee Disturbance in, IG f5 b^ 

10 m 7 e— 20 rn 12 </— 24 m 10 </— 30 m'7 c 
Riots in, 17/12 n— 10 w 5 6-18 i« 6/ 



— Burmese Court, Failure of the French Em- 
bassy to, 3 m €/— 17 jw 9 / 

Calcutta Theatre— rA£ Happy Land at, 17 



w9/ 

— Camp of Exercise near Poona, 2 j 4/— 6/ 
12 rf 

— Cattle Disease, 6 ; 12 </ 

— Conmicrcial Intelligence, 5 ; 5 c — 12 / 5 6— 



Mar* 31, 1874.] palusb*8 index to '' the tiheb*' NEwsPArER. 



India (cmttnued), 

19 j o 6— 26 J 5 &— 2/ 12 6—9 f5 c— 17/ 12 h 
—23/56—2 »io6— 16 mo fr— 23 mi 7 6—30 m7 c 

Concerts, 20 / 11 / 

Election at Berhampore, 8 j 3 a 

Famine, Threatened in Bengal, 1^6 « — 2 J 

of—Bj 3 a— 6i 10 a—Gj 5 «— 9 j 10 /*- 12y 
5 a— 12y 9y— 14 J 5 a— loi 5 a— In / 5 e— 16 
y 5 a— 19 / 5 a— 19y 12 «— 20^ 5 «— 21 / 6 n- 
22 i 6 a— 24> 5 a— 26 j 5 a— 25 i 5 rf— 277 5 a 
—29 J 6 a— 31 i 6 a -2 /• 12 a— 4 / 12 0—6/ 
12 a— 6/5 a— 9 f5 a— 11/ 12 a— 12/12 a— 
13/12 a— 17/ 12 a— 18y 6 a— 19/12 a— 21 
/ 12 a— 23/6 tf— 24/ 6 a— 24 f 12 o— 26/ 12 
a— 10 m 7 6—13 m 6 y— 16 m 7 a— 23 m 7 a— 
24 m 5a 

Bengalee Papers on, 24/6 6 

the Economist on, 30 m 18/ 

Fifth Special NarratiTe of the Drought 



of 1873, &c.. 18 / 7 a 

and the Indian Office, 2/11 Ih-B/B/-- 



19/6 a 

Loan for, 18/5 a 

Bp. of Manchester's Serrice for, 81 »• 4 « 

Meeting at the Calcutta Town Hall about, 

2m6d 

Meetings about, 4 m 5 e— 6 m 6 a— 10 m 



6 c— 11 m 7 a— 19 m of— 24 m 6 f 

at the Mansion House about, 2G j 5 d 



—11/10 e— 17 no rf— 18/7 6— 19/5 rf— 24 
/6 6-26 f 7 rf— 3 m 7 c— 6 m 5/— 17 »i 10 6— 
24 m 6 e— 31 m 10 e 

Sir W. Muir Offers Adrances for Wells, 



21/12a 

Lord Northbrcok on, 24 fQ a 

Notes about, Sj 10 6— 7 ; 9/— 14i 5 /— 

9/12 c/— 10/5 a— 13/8 6— 17/10/— 18 r7 
6—19 /6 d—20f7 €—24 /6 c— 25 /lO (^-3 
m 7 </— 6 m 6 c/— 10 m 7 «— 11 wi 7 rf— 12 m 8 6 
—13 m 6 /— 16 m 7 c— 17 m 10 c— 19 m 6 6— 
19 m 10 e— 21 m 11 6—24 m 6 /— 24 m 10 a— 
27 m 12 </ 

Official Correspondence about, Sy 10 6 

Our Correspondent on, 3 /lO e — 10 /*5 d — 



17y 10 c— 23m9a 

Subscriptions for the Sufferers, 12 /*6 c — 



13/7/— 16/ 11 /— 20/12 6—21/6 i— 23 f 
6/— 25/11 e— 26/7 rf— 27/ 12^-28/ 9/— 
3 M 7 rf— 6 m 8 6—6 m 5 /— 7 m 5 d— 10 m7 c 
—12 m 8 6—13 m 6 /*— 14 m 9 /— 16 m 7 c— 17 
m 10 6—18 m 5/— 20 m 12 /— 23 m 8 e— 26 m 
8 c^28 m 12 </ 

and the Surplus, 9 m7 d 

Telegrams about, 3^3 a — SJ 6 a — \0j 5 



«i— 26i 6 rt— 7y 12 a— 21/12 a— 28/12 a— 2 
IN 6 rf— 6 m 5 a — 7 w 5 a — 10 m 5 a — 1 1 m 7 a 
—13 m 5 a— 16 m 5 a— 17 m 7 a— 20 m 12 a— 
25 m 5 a— 26 m 5 a— 28 m 5 a— 31 m 10 a 

Sir R. Temple's Report on, 2 m 6 a 

Bp. Thirlwell on, 20 jn 12/ 



— Famine in Tirhoot, 17 m 10 a— 16 m 10 a— 
81 n 10 a 

— Forsyth ( — ) Embassy to Yarkund, 27 / 5 a 
—29 I 5 r/— 18/6 « 

-1 see abo Yarkund 

Ghd Tidings, a Jewish Journal Com- 



menced in Calcutta, 28/11 c 



India {rontimxd). 

Goddard (Madame) at Benibay, I 'Oe— ' 

28i 11 r— a/Ye 

at Calcutta, 17/7 d 



Governor's Ball, 12; 10 e 

— Irrigation Works in, \7 j 12 6 

Lesseps (M. de) Tour of Inspection, 3/7 c 

— Marriage of Dudasheb to a Third Wife, 20 

Miscellaneous News, IGj 6 a — 17 j 5 a- 10 



fb^k—Uj 1 r.'— 10 m 7 a— 24 m 12 e 

Moplah Outbreak, ll/12a— 14/12 a 

— Muir College, 6 / 12 rf 

Murderer of a Husband —Horrible Sentence 



on the Woman and her who Aided her, 3 m 
6/- 

— Muscat, Fresh Troubles in, 24/ B a 

— Native Girl's School, 3 m 6/ 

— New Courts, 3 »« 6/ 

— Pearl Fishery, Opening of, 20 J 11/ 

— Peshawur, Natives Forbidden to Exercise 
on the Mall During European Hours, 28/ lie 

— Pilgrimage to Mount Paensur, 6^ 12 rf 

— KaUway to Samarcund, 24/ G a 

— Russian Spy, 17 m 9 / 

— Ship News, 14/12 a 

— Smith (Bp.) Memorial Window in Hong- 
Kong Cathedral to, 3 m «/ 

— Snow, Heaviest Fall of', 3 w 6/ 

— Temple (Sir Richard) and the Local Papers, 
28 J He 

— Vagrancy, Crime and Child Desertion, In- 
crease of, 24 /* 12 a 

— Viceroy, Levees of, 20./ 11 /—1 7/7 d 

— Woman Publicly Decapitated by liei Hus- 
band at Bhownugger, 12y 10 e 

— Yarkund, Trade in, 10 m 7 a 
Zemindars and Home Farms, 15 J 5 a 



India Museum, Admissions, 7/11 e 

Office, Appointments, 26 / 12 6 

Rubber, Gutta Pereha and Telegraph 

Works, 24/7/— 4 m 6 c— 31 m 11 a 

Indian Antiquities, Dr. Leitmer*s Lecture on, 18 
/8 6 

Bonier Murderers, Gj9/ 

— Civil Service Appointments, 2 m 5 e 

Council— Resignation of Mr. Pnnsep, 17 w 

9 6 

Change in, 10 m 9 rf 

and Manchester Chamber of Commerce. 

16 m 7 rf 
Frontier Intelligence, 8/11 rf 

Museum and Library, New Building, 14 j 

10 c 

Poitage Stamps— Strange Story, 4/7/ 

^— Protective Tariff, Correspondence about, 5 

y 11 rf 

Relief Works, 23 ; 6 6 

Tea, set Tea 

Indecision— a Family Guilty of Reviving after 

Supposed Death, 13 /5e 
Indigo, State of the Market, 13 ; 6 rf— 14y 6 c— 

15 / 6 6—17 j 6 6—24/ 10 6—4 m 6 /— 6 m 6 

rf— 6 TO 6 6—7 TO 6 rf— 19 TO C 6 
Infant Orphan Asylum, Donation, 25 /lO rf 
Influence of Taxation on Morals, d m it c 
Ingenious Advertisement, 1)7 4/ 



Ing 



palmer's index to ** THE TUTES '* NEWSrAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ing^enuitj of I|?norance — AJdress of an Americao 

Letter, 9/10 rf 
Inhabited Honse Dntj, \2m ie 

Deputation about to Ooremment, 19 m 12 6 

Notes about, 27 ml d 

Innkeeper and Quest — an American Fashion^ 13 

ml e 
In Lieu •! a Treaty, 6 ; 9/ 
Inman (Wm.) on the American Mails, % il h 
Inland Reyenue Keport, 10/8 a— 13 /'9/ 
<nns of Court, Examinations, 19 / 11 r 
INQUESTS.— 
on William Newman Alderman, Killod at 

Camden Station, 14/9/ 

on James Austin, Found Dead, 5 m 10 e 

on Herbert Baker, Killed at the Torpedo 

Accident at Woolwich, 19/ 12 « 
on Thomas Baldwin, Rilled in a Street 

Quarrel in Kentish Town, 9 m 4/ 

on John Baxendale, who Died from the 



Effects of a Wound Received in Knocking Out 
a Man's Tooth, 6; 12 d 
- on William Bosworth, Killed at Turvey 
Station, 11 m 14 c 

on Edward Brewer, who was Killed by 



Falling from a Balcony, 4 m 7/— 6 m\\ r 
: — on Emma Brown, Drowned* by Walking in- 
to the Lock at East Molesey During a Fog, 10 

— on Edward Browning, Accidentally Shot at 
Bredhurst, 21^* 10/ 

on John By water, KiUed near Vauzhall, 23 



J 6/ 



on Caleb Cameron, Killed at Chertsey Sta- 
tion, 11 »il4c 

on James Carr, Killed on the Railway at 



Malton, 13/6/ 

— on Charlotte Coombes and her Son, Sup- 
posed to haye been Poisoned, 4 m 10 e — 10 m 9 
<f— 12 m 12 c— 18i» 6y 

— on Henry Cox, Killed by being Thrown 
from his Horse when Hunting, 20 m 10/ 

— on Arthur Crasbum and another, Killed at 
the Barkstone Railway Accident, 13 j 6 /* 

on Eliza Davidge, Killed at the Level Cross- 



ing at Teddington, 17 j 7 c— 21 j 12 6 

— on John Dodd, Killed at Barnes Court Sta* 
tion, 9 m 7 a 

— on Timothy Denovan, Killed from Snow- 
balling a Passer by, 17 m 9 <; 

— on a Infant, named Dowiing Murdtred by 
its Mother. 31 mWj 

— - on Samuel Eldridge, Killed by Falling from 
a Lift, 20 m lO/ 

— on Gilmore Evans, a Suicide, 5 j 10/ 

— on James FarreU, Murdered at Mile-End, 
6/l2<f 

— on James Freeman, Stabbed in Hackney- 
Road, 6 m 10/ 

— on Wm. Freeman, Found Killed at Tovil 



Level, 13 ;■ 7 « 

on Emile Fretzthe, Suicide, 12 m 7/— 19 m 



be 

— on Jonathan George Froud, who Died Sud- 
denly in Southamp-on Street, \7 fb d 

on Wm. Garbutt, Killed at Bow SUtion, 3 



InquesiB {c9ntinwd), 

on Wm. Gates, Run Over in Westminster, 

20 m 10/ 
on C^harles Gearey, Found Killed netr 

Brentford Station, 14 ; 7 e 
on Mrs. Alice Gulliver, who Died at West 

Haddon, 9 / 5 /- 

on E. B. Hnll, a Suicide. 20 f 12 A— 24./ o/ 

on John Harris, a Suicide. 11 m fi rf 

' on Samuel Hayes, Drowned at Hackney, 12 

mlOc/ 
on Henry Heard, KiUed at Ware Station, 

12 mil/ 
— on Susan Hobbs, who Died from Privation, 

12m 8 6 
on Wm. Holloway, Killed at Southfleet, 14 

/fl rt 
on Henry Hoskins. Kille<l at the West 

Drayton Railway C'ollisioa, 10 /"6 c— 14 /«/ 
on John Wm. Hovey, who Fell from an 



Upper Window, 25/ 10/ 

— on Charles Jefferles imd others, Killed us 
the Midland Railway, 9 n/ 7 a 

— on Thomas Johns, Killed at Battersea Sta- 
tion, 13 / 7 « 

— on Michael Kelly, wlio Died from Falling; 
when Asleep into a Vat of Boiling Water, 5 j 

9/ 

— on Edw. Kennett. a Suieide, 31 ^ 9 e 

— on Robert King, Killed by Machinery, 12 
mlOd 

— on Wm. Knightly, KiUed at Bricklayers* 
Arms Station, 13.; 7 « 

on AlexlnaLandardt, Killed at the Hexham 



Station, 9 m 7 a 

on Wm. John Liddell, who Died from Star- 



vation and a Fall, 19 ; 5 c/ 
on Mrs. Linstead, Burnt to Death, 13 n 

10 cf 
on Francis M*Nally, Drowned off Gr(>enhitbe 

26/7/ 
on a Man Found Drowned at Lewea, 11 » 

14 a 
on James May, Killed at Bethnal Greco 

Junction, 14 i 7 e 
on Kelson, a Guard, Killed at Hartlepool, 9 

m 7 a 

on Henry Noman, Killed on the Railway* 



12mll/ 

— on Mary Oddie, Murdered at Blackburn, 17 

j9 6 

— on Wm. Famment, a Suicide, Oj 7 c 

— on Arthur Pink, Shot by Accident, o » 5 <• 

— on Mrs. Hannah Policy, Killed on Dover- 
court Level Crossing, 25 m 7'e 

on John Thomas Price and others. Killed 



/lOr 



by the Fall of Machinery at Mileage Wharf, 8 
;6 6 

— on John Pritchard, a Suicide, 18/6/ 

— on Charles William Randall, a Suicide, 24j 

— on David Randall, Killed at the Enfield 
Rifle Factory, 19 j 9 /— 21 jbd 

on Henry Rawlings, Drowned at Hagger- 



stone, 11 m 14 a 

— on William Roche, KiUed when Attempting 

to Enter a Train in Motion, 10 m 12 b 



Mar. 31, 1h74.] pauckr's index tq " Tnx times newbpapkb. 



Jn 



Inqnesti (continued), 

on Samuel Kowe, who Died froHi a Rat 

Bite, 6; 12 d 
on Richard Ratter, Murdered by his Brother 

in Law, 2 ni 6/ 
OB Sidney Scott, Killed by the Fall of a 

Wall at the Fire at the rantechnicon, 18/8 n 

—26/10 6—2 w5c 
on Mary Sergeant, Run Over at Westmin- 
ster, 3 ; 8 a 
on John Francis Sheppard, Found Drowned, 

IZj 6 d 
on Peter Sheriff, a Ship Captain, Found 

Dead in Sunpson's Wood, 21^ 9 e 
on Grace Ann Smith, who Died fr«m an 

Overdose of Wormpowder, 28 / 9 c 
on James Steel, Killed at the Collision on 

the Thames, 17 /7< 
on James Stych, who Died Suddenly, 27 m 

10 d 
on the Sufferers at the Atlas Forge Explo- 
sion, at Bolton, 23 j 5 6 

' at the Blackburn Explosion, i mo f 

at the Fire in Carnaby St., Regent St., 19 

/6 c 
on Harry Taylor, Killed at Erleigh Station, 

6j9e 
on George Telbrook, Accidentally Shot by 

his Brother at Haverhill, 1 9 5 « 
on John Twiger, Killed at Wlllesden Junc- 
tion, 20/ 11 c 
on Mrs. Elizabeth Vallecard, Killed at York 

Road Station, 10 m 12 b 
on Charles Waterhouse, Killed at Matlock 

Station, by Endeavouring to Enter a Train in 

Motion, 31 7 9 e 
on Mrs. Jane Waterhouse, Kicked to Death, 

6ni66 

on Mrs. Waters, a Suicide, \2j 7h 

on Charles Whitefoot, Drowned in the Vic- 
toria Docks, 24 / 0/ 
on John Wilkins, Killed at Bum wood 

Junction. 5 j 9 « 
on Edward Williams, Drowned in the 

Commercial Docks, 24 j 6/ 
en Misa Amelia Wilson, Found Drowned, 

19 /-lie 
«n Robert Wilson, Killed at Cranleigh SU- 

tion, 19; 10 a 

on Admiral Wodehouse, a Suicide, 23 m 12 5 

on Jas. WiUiara Young, Killed at Hackney 

Station, 23 m If 
Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 26 m 9 / 
of Naval Architects, Annual Session, 80 m 

%d 
Institution of Civil Engineers, 17; 5 tf— 28 fib 

—23 m\Kb 
International Arbitration, 23i 5 a 
Exhibition of 1851, Meeting of Commission- 
ers, 26 iir 5 / 
of 1874, Meetings of Commissioners, 2^8 

6-8 ;• 5 A- 17 ; 9 «— 29j 11 c— 11 /6 b—\2 f 

6 a— 13/9/— 14 /e rf— 4 m 6 a— 20 m 9/ 

Ancient Lace from France, 1 ml b 

Arrival of Foreign Paintings for, 14 m 



9/ 



France at, 23/11 c 



International Exhibition of 1874, Dr. Leitner's 

Asiatic Collection at, 28 m 12 6 
Notices about, 13 ; 10 h -16 ; 7 </— 13 

m 1 a — 18 mdc 

and Portuguese \\ i w, 18 m 5 a 

and its Reward Mctials, 10/ G / 



Finnncitd ik>ciety, 12 > 6 a 
Postal Congress. 87 o n — 21 ; 5 b 



Tunnagtt Conmiission, 1/8 a — 1 6 j 5 c — 22 

i9 /• 

and Maritime Law, 22 /.8 6 

IRELAND:- 

Abbey fcale, Riot at, 19 ; 7 m 

Agrarian Outrage at Newport, Hj 1 a &b 

Michael Burns Fired at, at Glendye, 20 

>6rf 

Amnesty Association, 16 m 5 d 

Assizes, 25 / 10 c— 28 / 10 c— 7 m 12 a— 16 



m 5 d 

— Bruff, Serious Disturbance at, 21 ; 12 <f 

— Butt (Mr.) in Limerick, 28 ; 10 c 

— Case of Poisoning in the Artillery, 6 ; 10 rf 

— Chief Baron Appointment, 17 / 12 6 

— Church of Ireland Sustentation Fund, Meet- 
ing of the Committee, 6 w 10/— 23 m 9 b 

— Corrigan (Sir D.) Deputation to, on the 
Closing Public-houses Movement, 12 m 8 e 

— the Crown and the Coroners— Decision, 8 j 
la 

— Dis-astablished Church, Progress of the 
Affairs of, 6 ; 10 rf 

Correspondence about the New Lection- 



ary, 8; 7 a— I3i 7 c 

— Clerks of Unions Salaries, 17 ; 12 e— 19> 7 a 

Expected Surplus, 13 m 6 d 

Dublin Stock Exchange. 1 j 10 a— 2 J 7/— 



7 / 10 c— 8 J 6/— 10 j 5/— 12 j Id— H i 0/— 
15i 10 «— 17j 9 c— 21 ;0 e^d/7 e--\6fl h 
—21 fhf—2o t 9 «— 28 f 10 f— 7 m 12 6—12 
m 6 </— 13 m 6 </— 14 m 6 6—18 m G d— 19 m 10 
rf— 21 m 10/— 23 TO 12 6 

Inauguration of the New Mayor, 2y 10 a 
Lord Mayor's Banquet to the Lord 



Lieutenant, 4/10 c 

Royal Society of. Distribution of Prizes, 



21/12 rf 

Waterworks, 21 J 12 rf 



— Enniskillen Landowners and the Flood 
Drainage, 23^' 8 a 

— Famine Organization Society, 2 m 1 1 a 

— Home Rule League, Battle of, in, 18 m 6 rf 
Conference in the City Hall about the 



Elections, 4 m 5 c 

Meetings of, 21 / 12 rf— 4 m 5 c— 1 1 m 7/ 

the Press and, 23 m 12 6 

««€ HoxE 



Johnston and Hamilton, Case of, 18/5 /" 

Land Courts— Doque u. Campbell, 10 j h f 

-12i7c *- ' y / 

Limerick and Clare Farmers' Club,. 13 /7c 

Lortl Lieutenant, Resignation of, 21/ 12 c 

Changes Consequent on, 21/ 12 c 

New Judge, 2 / 10 a 

York Life Insurance Company Frauds, 



14m 76 

Riband Outrage at Moydon, 20 m 12 6 



Saving Bank Returns, 2 w 1 1 a 



.■>t> 



Ice 



PALMBR'S index to ^^ TUK TIUES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ireland (continued), 

State of, in 1873, 1 7 10 « 

8tewartstown, Trial of the Rioters at, ^ j 

6 e 
Taylor (CoL) Meeting of his Supporters, 14 

m 7 m 
— Undress Reception on the Departure of the 

Lieutenant, 20 J 12 c— 25/10 c 

Vacant Judjreship, 15 / 6 a — 17 i 12 e 

Viceroy, N«w, 25/10 c— 28/10 c 

Arrival of, i m5 d 

and the Limerick Corporation, 14 m 7 a 

Official Appointments, 7 m 12 a 

the Press on, 7 m 12 a 



Departure of Earl Spencer and Family, 26 

/12 a 
Ireland (New Law Officers of), 10 m 11/ 
Iris, the River, Id m 5 b 
Irish Bench, the Irish Journals on, 5^ 11 a 

Notes about, 3j 4 e— 17^ 12/ 

The Times and the I ish Bar on, 2 / 10 a 

— 7y 10 c 

Lawyers in Parliament, 1 1 m 9 6 

Peerage, Proi)08ed New Creation, 28 ; 5 b — 



26 / 10 e 

Reproductive Loan Fund, 11 w 6/ 

and Scotch Wrongs, 3 ; 4 c/ 

Society, Annual Statement, 10 m 10 d 

Wolf, 30 TO 8 e 

mON:— 

and Coal Trade, 5 j 6 /*— »j 6 «— 12 j 6 c— 

19 / 6 rf— 29j 7 f-9,3/7 6—8 m 9 «— 10 m 7/ 
— 16 III G /— 24 m 6 d^25 m 7/— 27 m 6 •— 38 
TO 6 c— 30 TO 8 c 

English Trade, 4 m 6 d 

Foreign Trade, 7 m 6 / 

Trade in Birmingham, 2 ; 7 /*— 16^ 6 d— 28 

y 7 /__30 j 7 c— 6 /• 7 b— 13 /• 7 d— 20/ 6 d— 27 
/6 /— 6 m 5 b— 13 w 7 c— 20 w 7 c 

in Wolverhampton, Ij 7/— 8 j 6 6—15 / 6 

d— 12/7/— 26/6 e— 12 to 6 « 

Meeting of tlie Masters of South Stafford- 



shire, lO/'lOd 

Meeting of the Union at Darlington, 26 m 7e 

of North Wales, 10 j 7 d 

Stattof. I7j6e 

Joliet Iron and Steel Company of Chicago, 

23 /'7d 

Railroad, Export Returns, 19i 5 d— 21/6/ 

Steel Rails in France, 4 •« 6 d 

and Steel Association in America, 28 / 7 a 

— 24/'6d 
Irvine (James) Ashantee News, 3 m 5 d 
Italian Budget, 26 m 10 d 

Demonstration in London, 13 m 4 /" 

Wine Trade, 12 m 4 d 

Italy and her Foreign Visitors, 11/8 6 

ITALY.— 

Antonelli (Card,) Note to the Catholic 

Powers, 7 TO 5 a 

Apx)ointments, 18 m 5 a 

Army and the Railways, 5 m 5 6 

Birthday of the King, 13 m 6 a— 24 to 10 b 

—25 TO 6 A— 26 m 6 6—31 m 12 e 

Foreign Minister Thanks the Powers for 



Ihoir Congratulations, 27 w 5 b 

Trieete Address Burnt by the King, 30 to 7 6 



Italy (conUnited). 

Brigandage in, 28 to 5 6 

Budget, 17 TO 7 h 

Cavour Canal, Ropnrchase of, 26/12 6 

— — Circular to Catholic Bii^hops to come to 

Rome to see the Pope, 23 /'5 b 

Civil Marriage Bill, 2/8 c 

Clerical News, 10 ; 5 b 

Court Circular— the King's Birthday, 23 m 

7 6—24 TO 5 6 

Criminal Justice in, 22j7a 

Currency, 14/12 o— 21 / 12 6 

Diplomatic News, 6 ; 5 c 

Education Bill, 5/ 1*2 6 

Emperor Napoleon III. — 500 Masses said 



by Cardinal Bonaparte for, lOjob 

— Finances in. 5 m 7 a 

— Fortifications Bill, 11 to 7 2 

— Fountain of Honour in, 14y 8 n 
Ledochowski (Abp.) Prosecution of, 15 j 



56 



Military Budget, 4 to 5 6 
Geograph} of, 13 to 6 6 



— Ministerial Movements, 6/5 6 — 7/ 12 a— 
9./ 5 6 

— Miscellaneous News, 2/12 6 — 12 m 5 6— 
19 TO 5 a— 21 TO 12 6 

— Naples, Spirit of Reform in, 20 j 9 s 
Health of, 3 to 12 d 

Weather and Robberies in, 21 / 5 e 



— New Year in the South, Sj 10 d 

— Paper Currency, 23 /*6 6 

— Parliamentary News, 11 to 7 a — 13 m 5 a— 
26 TO 5 6 

— Pope — ^New Cardinals, 24 w 5 6 
and his Cardinals, 21 flOe 

Appointments in the Vatican, 13 m 5 a 

Audiences Given by, 4/12 6^4 i» 5 6— 



25 TO 5 a 

Catholic Roman Women Received by, 5 



TO 5 d 



Decree on Choosing a New Pope, 13 j 10 



c — 16; 6 6 

Grand Receptions, 3 m 5 6 

Health of, 26> 5 6 



- Will hold a Consistory on the New Car- 



dinals, 5 j 5 c 

Irish Deputation to, 6 J 5 6 



Railways, 30 m 7 6 
Religious Apathy in, 12 j 7 n 

— Corporations, Law to Suppress, 23 m 5 & 

— Instruction in, 7/11 a 

Rome, New Year's Day in, 6 ^ 10 6 

— lit. Rev. M. Capel at, 30 m 5 d 

— Carnival at, 17 / 7/— 24/10 c 

— Delahaye Affair at, dj 10 6 

— Illness of the Cardinals, 13/12 a— I6y 56 

— Season in, 17 j 12 c 
Southern, State of, 10 m 5 c 
Uncultivated Land, 11 m 7 a 
Vatican, News from, 24 to 5 6 



J. 

Jackson (R. Raynsford) on the Master and Ser- 
vant Act, 1 j (/« 

^— on the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 16 / 
12 d 



nti 



Mar. 31, 1871.] palmek's ikdex to " tue times " newspaper. 



Lab 



Jackson (K. Raynsford) on the Federation of 

Kaployera, 10 ; 12 </ 
Jamaica — Change of Governors, 12/6/ 
Janies (K. H.} on Messrs. Burr's Bankruptcy, 9 

JAPAN:— 

Accident to the Emprens, 7 /"B e 

Annirersary of the Mikado's Birthday, 7/ 

Ce 
Attempted Assassination of Iwakura, 27/ 

5 b 

Decrees Issued, ~7f 5 b 

Destruction of the Temple ef Shiba by Fire, 

see FiKK. 

Diplomatic News, 8 m 5 6 

Import Trade of, 16 i G c 

London Agents of the Government, 4 / 

II a 

Miscellaneous News, 7/6 e— -21/12 c— 23 

/5*— 27/6 6— 11 m Ua 

National Treasury, 27/6 6 

Population of, 4 m 6/ 

the President Attacked, 29^ 6 a 

State of, 1 1 m 14 a 

Troubles in, 21 / 12 c— 26/ 12 a— 27 f 5a 

—28/ 12 b^2 m 5 b & c— 4 m 5 6—12 m 4 e— 

13 m 6 a 

Want a War with Crimea, 23/ 6 6 

Japanese Student* in Europe, 9 / 10 /—1 4/7 e 

—20 1* 4 e • 

Jarcd, Terrett, Hunt and Son, 17 ;' 6 a 
Janris (W. C.) on Dover Harbour, IBmSe 
Jenkins (£dw.) at Dundee, 3 m 7 /* 
Jennings (Geo.) on the Fire at the Pantechni- 
con, 19/ 6 6 
Jersey States Annual Sitting, 24 j 7 « 

Accounts of, 17/ 11 / 

Jeula (Henry) Annual Return of Marine Losses, 

26>6a 
on Maritime Insurances, Table of Risks, 2 

nt 6 a 

Notes about, 17 m 8 a 

Jewish New Year, 19 w 6/ 

Jews and Graven Images, 13 m 7/ 

Johiison (Fred.) on Trains Stopping, 2j 7 d 

Jshnston (W. H.) on Half-Crowus and Florins, 

8yi0rf— 12i7rf 
Jokai (Herr Von) on Prince Bismarck's Foreign 

PoUcy, 10 m 10 6 
Joliet Iron and Steel Cempany of Chicago, 22 f 

7a 
Jones (Rev. H.) Aid for the Poor in St. George's 

ia the Fast, 27/10 6 
(F. E. Uoyd) on Ansther People's Cafe, 7 

mid 

(W.) on Ely Chapel, 27 i 10/ 

Jorehaut Tea Company, 6 ; 6 a 

Judaism, Dr. Benisch*s Lectures on, 25 m 9/ 

Judge of Kanios's Admonition to a Prisoner, 16 

15/ 
Judges Chambers, Notices, 3 ; 9 c 

of the Middlesex Sessions, 17 m 13 a 

Judicatiure Commission Meeting, 22 j 9 e— 26 m 

10 d 
Judicial Committee, Emotion, 16^6/ 

Notices, 10/11/ 

Justifiable CriUcism of Statue Land, 26/12/ 



Jute. State of the Market, 1> 7 6— 2 j 7/— 3 ; 5 
/—7j 6 d—Uj 6 e— 16 ; 6 *— 16 ; 6 ^—21 j 6 
/—22J 6 ft— 23 ;• 7 6— 24j ^ a—2Sj 11 ft— 29^ 

7 d—30j 7 o— 12/7 «— 26/7 ft— 6 w Od— 12 

»i 6 ft— 26 m 7/ 

K. 

Kain 8- Jackson's Review of the Grain Trade, 9 j 

6 ft— 16 me a 
Kebblewhite f £. J.) on the American Postal Or- 
ders, 6/ 7o 
Kebelland Consols Copper Company, 2 / 11 c 
Keble (Rev. Mr.) on Confession, Ij 10 / 
Keene (J. B.) on the Manufacture of Sherry, 10 

m S a 
Kenealy (Dr.) and the Gray's Inn Bencher's, 16 

m 9/— 17 7/1 14 ft— 19»i6d 
Kent (Philip) on Walpole and Canning. 10 i 9/ 
Kerr (C. L.) on the Militia, 1 ; 12 a 
Kldva Expe<Ution, tee Russia. 
Kidnapping in the South Seas, 26 m 6 / 
King Priam's Treasure, 26^ 10/ 
King's College Hospital and St. John's House, 
14/6 ft— I6y 10/— 18/ 7 c— 19^ 11 a— 20 / 
12 c— 21/7 d— 24 J 6/— 27/ 7 rf— 28/6 c— 
28 f 10 a— 2 m 6y— 26 m 10 e— 26 m 6 c— 28 m 
10 c 

the Echo on, 19/11 a 

Protest of the Medical Staff, 21/ 12 c 

Kingsley (Canon) at Washington, 27 m 4/ 
Kinnalrd (A.) on the London Mission, 1 1 y 10 d 
Kirk (John) on Dr. Livingstone, 17 m 13 e 
Kitchen-Garden Self Supporting in France, 3 / 

9/ 
Klamborowski (A.) on Emigration of Farm 

Labourers, 6y 7 c 
Knight (Rev. Mr.) Case of, BlmlQd 

& Co., on Voting by Ballot, 7/7 / 

KNIQHTHOOD AND BARONETAGE :— 

Amphlett, Richard Paul, Knight^ 31 j 6 ft 

Burrows, Dr., Baronet, 23 / 12 d—2e/of 
4 m 8 a 

Forster, Charles, Batonet, 4 m 8 a 

Green-Price, Richard, Baronet, 4 m 8 ft 

Grove, Thos. F.. Baronet^ 24 f 5 c— 4 m 8 a 

Heathcoat, John, Baronet, 4 m 8 ft 

M*Cluie, — , Baronet, 23/ 12 rf— 4 m 8 ft 

Miller, William, Baronet, 4 m 8 ft 

Pauncefote, Julian, Knight, 29/ 9 e— 4 f7b 

Reed, Charles, Knight, 23/12 rf— 25/8 o 

Sidgreaves, Thomas, Knight, 31/ 6 ft 

Smale, John, Knight, 18 m 6 a 

Thompson, H. S., Baronet, 4 m 8 a — 12 m 

Trevelyan, Sir Chas. Edw., Baronet, 4 m 8 a 

— Watson, James, Knight, 11 m 9 a 
— — Wilson, Mathew, Baronet, 4 m 8 a 

Wolseley, Sir Garnet, Baronet, 30 m 11/ 

Wood, Charles Alex., Knight, S0fl2d 

ELnollys (Major W. W.) on the Ashantee War, 

12/4 6 
Kossuth (Louis) the Dictator as a Schoelmastcr, 

24/6 e 
Notes about, 25/ 12 c— 28 / 10 / 

L. 
Labour, Direct Representation of, 20/ 5 ft 



Lab 



palmer's index to '* THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 *« 



Labour, Laiirs Relating to, 1 4 m 7 6 

Royal Commission on, 14 m 5 ft 

Notes about, 17 m 9 /— 19 m 10 r— 20 m 8 

c- 23 m 8 c— 23 m 9 «/— 24 m 8 a~-26 m 10 /"— 

30 w 7/ 

Meetings about, 20 m 8 b — 25 m 12 a 



— London Carmen, Meet ng of to Reduce the 
Hours of and Increase of Wages, 20 ; 10 a 
Representation League, Address to the 



Working Class Voters, 29 ; 7 a 
Return of Two Members to Parliament^ 

17 f6d 
Labourers' Cottages, Notes about, 7^12 b — 9 J 

10«— 13^8 0— 14; 8 c— 16 J 6 c— 17 > 7/— 6 

Lac-Dje, State of the Market, 24j 6 a 
Lake Michigan, an Adventure, 13 m 11 d 

Superior, Gold Mines of, 18 wi 6 rf 

Lambert ^rooks) on School Averages, 7j 10 b 
Lambeth Degrees, 29 i 7/ 

Library, 7 m 9/ . 

Lancashire Fire and Life Insurance Company, 10 

7 7 a — 14 m 6 a 
Land Tenure Reform Association, 28^ 6 s 
Landore Siemens Steel Company, 21 ; 6 a 
Landseer at the Royal Academy, ojSa 

Lions in Trafalgar Square, 16/11 a 

Langer & Co., on Checks on France, lAtnGf 
Langley (S. P.) on Uniformity of Time, 27 / 5 c 
Lankester (E. Ray) on Vivisection, 1 ; 10 d 
Langham Hotel Company, 16/7 a— 26/7/ 
Laroof and Perak, Petition to Annex te Straits, 

SjGb 
Protectorate Goyemment in, 23 ; 5 6—26 j 

5b 
Latin, Pronunciation of, R f 8 c— 5^' 8 b 
Launch of the Abnirante Cochrane at HuU, 26 / 

10/ 

of the Bothnia^ on the Clyde, 5 m 5 6 

of the Kaism- at Poplar, 20 m 10/ 

of the Preussen, 26 m 11 cK 

Laura and Marner, 9 i 6 a 

Laurie (J. S.) on the Bengal Famine, 21 m 11 £ 

on Railway Collisions, 10 m 6/ 

Lavigerie (Alf de) on the San Domingo Loan, 22 

jSa 
LAW:— 

Actions in Common Law, see Civil Actioits 

in the Superior Courts, see Citil Actions 

Admission of Solicitors, 29,/ 11 c 

Appeal Cases, see Houbx of Lobds 

Criminal Cases, see Middlsbex Sessioni 

Bankruptcies, see Bankbitptcies 

Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruftct 

Court. 

Calls to the Bar, 27jSd 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi- 

BALTT COUBT 

in the Probate Court see CnriL Actions 

Before the Provincial Magistrates, see 



Police 

— Consistory Court, see Arches &c. 

— County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 
Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases, 



Reserved, see Criminal Trials 
— Days of Sittings of the Courts, see every 
day's paper under Legal Notices 
58 



Law 



leojttinued), 

I)ividciid8 in Bankruptcy, stt Dividends 

Divorce Court, set Divorce Court 

£cclofiia8tical Cases, see Arches. &c. Court 

Estates in Liquidation, see Kstates 

Hours of Sitting, 20/11 a 

Irish Circuits, 21 j 12 d 

Life Assurance Society, 3 /* II & 

Lord Cairns Assumes his Seat, 28 /'ll a 

— Mayor's Court Actions, see Civil Ac- 



tions 

— New Queen's Counsel, 10 ; 9 e— 7 /8 a— 17 
m 14 6—21 m 8 a 

— Notices, Ij 11 c— 12 y 11 c— 5/11 e— 24 f 
11 rf— 26 / 11 rf— 2 m 11 c— 3 m 10/ 

— Privy Council Proceedings, see Privt 



Council 

— Re-Opening the Courts, 8^11 d 

— Reports, Publication of, 4 wi 11 /* 

— Reversionary Interest Society, 23 m 8 a 

— Rumours, \\j 7 f 

— Scotch Sequestration, see Bankruptcies 

— Silk Gowns Conferred, 7/11/ 

— Spring Circuits of the Judges, 3 /*11 e — 11 

n\ e 

— Smtes in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

— Trials in the Criminal Court, see Criminal 
Trials 

Union Fire and Life Insurance, 27 m 7 a 



2j%d 



Lawrence (Lord) on the Bengal Fanune, 10 m 

7e 
Clarke & Co., on the Australasian and 

American Mail Service, 20/6 b — 6 iw 6 b — 9 a 

7c 
Lay Preachers, Notes about, 14/7/ 
Layton (John) on Parochial Civil Wan, 
Lead and Silver, Report about, 13 J C/ 
Leader (F.C.) on Her Majesty's Theatre, 5 m 

Leadership of Opposition, 23/10 e 

LEADINQ kSTIGLES:— 

Abortive Elections, 27j9d 

Accident on the North British Railway, 9.9 

j9d 

Accidents to Railway Servants, 19 m 9 d 

Adulteration of Tea, 19 / 9 </ 

Afghanistan, 9^ 9 df 

Agricultural Labourer of the Future, 3 i 7c 

Alsace-Lorraine, 23 /9 d 

Army and Navy Estimates, 24 m 9 e — 26 m 9 

a — 31 m 9 c 

Ashantee War, 3> 7 a— 20 j 9 a—22j 9 b- 

2Sj 9 c— 8/10 a— 5/9 6— 6/9b— 12/9 c- 
18/9 c— 21/9 5—28/9 c— 8 m 9 fc— 4 m 9 6 
— 6 »i 9 b — 6 m 9 c— 10 w 8/— 11 m 11 a— 16 
m 9 6—17 m 11 c— 31 m 9 • 
Treaty, 18 w 9 6 



— Ashantees and their Missionary Captives, 
24/ 9 c 

— Assault on the Duke of Cambridge^ 16 ; 9 e 

— Mr. Ayrton's Defeat, 7 fd b 

— Baker (Sir Samuel) at Brighton, 21 ; 9 </ 

— Battle of Aihoaful, 7 m 9 6 
near Coomassie, 26/9 a 



I 



— Belfast Bank Frauds, 23 ;' 9 b 

— Board of Trade and the Railway Companies. 
24/9 d 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmee's index to " the times " newspaper. 



Lea 



T<ftad1ng Articles (continued), 

Breed of Horses, 19 /*9 c 

Mr. Bright at Birmingham, 2/10 a 



- Brighton Election 6/0 d 

- Bmtal Crimes. 21 m » e 

- Mr. Butt on Home Rule, lj9 c 

- Cabinet Making, 24/9 a 

- C^aBsarism and Ultramontanism, Ijd d 

- the Candidates, B0j9b 

- Conduct of Public Business, 25 m 9 6 
Canon Gregory and the London School 



Board. 10 J 9 d 
— Capture of Cartagena, lAjdb 
of Coomassie, 27/8/ 



— Mr. Cardwell and Oxford, 4/10 b 
and Mr. Vernon Harcourt, 2^ 9 a 

— Carlist War, 21 w 9 </ 

— Case of Capt. Maunsell, 5/9 d 

— Chapter of Contemporary History, 4 m 9 r 

— CoL Chesney on Military Organization, 30 

7U II C 

Chief Justiceship of the United States, 17 / 



*J a 



Coal Miners and their Wages, 26/9 c 
Columbia Market. 14/9 d 
the Coming Mini.«»try, 14/9 a 
Surplus, 28 /•9 b 



9 



— Compulsory J^ducation at the West End, 3 
m9d 

— Countv Representation, 22 / 9 6 

— Coup d* Etat at Madrid, 6 j 9 a—Tj 9 a 

— Court Circulars, 6 ; 9 d 

— Debates on the Address, 20 m 9 & 

— the Deerhound, 25 m 9 e 
Defeat of Crotchets, 18/9 b 
Derby (Lord) and Scientific Industry, 19 > 

a 

— Desert (Lord) and Ck)lonel Fnwer, 16 / 9 r 

— Destruction of theJPantechnicon, 17/9 c 

— Dilke (Sir Charles) and his Charges, 7j 9 
6— 16>9c 

— Mr. DisraeU*s Address, 26 / 9 a 
at Aylesbury, 2/9/ 

at Buckingham, 11/9 ft— 12/9 b 

Election Address, 14 m 9 6 

on Ireland, 12/9 d 

Political Novels, 23/9 a 

as Pl-emier, 9/9 a 

— Dis«)lution of Parliament, 24 i 8/— 27/ 



9a 



Duff (Mr. Grant) at Elgin, 8/96 
Dutch War in Sumatra, 20 ; 9 d—27 jd c 
Duty of the Ministry, 12/9 a— 18 /U a 
Ecclesiastical Legislation, 10 m 9 a — 18 m 



9 6—19 m 9 c— 24 m9d 

Notes about, 26 m 10 f 



— Edinburgh, Duke and Duchess of, in Lon- 
don, 12 m^ a 

— Elections, 5/9 a 
ElementaiT' Education Act, 80 j 9 e — 7 f 



9d 



96 



Emperor of Austria at St. Petersburg, 17/ 



Germany, 24 m 9 6 



English Literature in 1878, 6/ 9 c 
■— Policy in Western Africa, 7 ; 9 c 
— Roman Catholics, 7/9 c 



Leading Articles (conttnued). 

Eniflish Syn?pathy with Prince Bismarck, 

2Sj 9b 

Extension of the Suffrage and Mr. Trevel- 



yan, 12j96 

— Fawcett (Professor) upon Female Labour, 
I9j9b 

— Fenian Prisoners, 28 m 9 b 

— Fete at Chislehurst, 17 m 11 a 

— the Financial Question, 2/ 10 6 

— Foreign Poll ;y of France, 25/9 c 

— Mr. Forster at Bradford, 8/9 y* 
France and the Cartagena Fugitives, 17 / 



96 



— and Germany, 28 m 9 a 

— and Italy, 23/8/ 

Free Breakfast Table, 11 m 11 b 

— TradeinAustraUa,20/'9</ 
French Assembly, 2/9 6—20 m9d 

— Complementary Elections, SI m9 d 
Government and tjie Univers, 2lj9a 



— Future Course of the Ministry, 27 /'9 a 

— General Election, 28 j 9 o— 29 i 9 6— 4/9 
e— 6/9 a— 7/9 a— 10 /9a 

and the Ballot, 11 y 9 rf 

— German Elections, lSj9a 
and English Education, 10^9 b 

— Gladstone Administration, 16/ 9 6 

and the Askantee War, 26 ; 9 6 

at Greenwich, 29/9 a— 6/9 e 

on Household Sufifrage in Counties, 22 j 



9a 



Letter on the Leadership of the Opposi- 
tion, 18 m 9 a 

and his Ministry, 4/9/ 

at New Cross, 8/9 e 

on the Newport Market Refuge, 26 m 9 c 

at Woolwich, 2/9 « 



— Grey (Lord) on the Gold Coast Protectorate, 
14 711 9 c 

the Government and the Opposition, 30 j 



9a 



and the County Breevers, 11 m 11 c 
and the Income Tax, 7 m9c 



— Mr. Harrison and the Conservative Reac- 
tion, 11 m 11 (f 

and the Labour Laws, 16 m 9 (f 



— Dr. Hayman and the (>oveming Body of 
Rugby, 6 J 9 d'-lOj 9 rf— 23 y 11 6 

— Historical Comparison, 13y 9 b 

— Home Office and the County Police, 8^ 9 d 
Rule for Ireland, 8/9 r— 18 m 9 c 

Amendment, 21 m 9 a 



9a 



Rulers, 14/9 b 
Improvement of Elementary Teachers, 23 ^ 

Income Tax Exemptions, 24 m 9 c 
and Expenditure, 26 m 9 a 

— Indian Loan, 28 m 11 a 

— Inns of Court, 28 /9 rf 

— Interview with the Emperor of. China, 26 m 
9d 

— Irish Contributions to the Despatch of Busi- 
ness, 28 m 9 c 

Elections, 9/9 c 

and Home Rule, 5m9d 



Judicial System, 17 mil d 



59 



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9> 



PALMEtt 8 INDEX TO " THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. lo to 



T^ftiliTig Articles (continued), 

Irifih Places aud Home Uule, 12 m 9 d 

Italy, 25 m 9 a 

Mr. Jenkins at Dundee, 4 m 9 <i 

Kidnapping and its Ketaliation, 25 i/i 9 c/ 

Khiva Campaign, 2j d d 

Labour Laws, New Commission, 3% m II e 

Land Transfer Bills, 27 m 9 c 

Law Officers, 25/9 6 

Liberal Party, 21/9 a 

Defeats, 13/9 c 

Speeches of the Past Week, 6 / 9 c 

the Licensed Victuallers and the Genend 

Election, 14/9 c 

Limeriek Election, 14^ 9 c 

Lirerpool and Manchester Elections, 9/96 

Livingstone Relief Expedition, 3 ; 7 rf 

Local Government in Ireland, 26^ 9 c 

Taxation, 6 m 9 c 

London "Mission," 10/9 r— 1(5/9 c 

and Brighton Railway Company, 26 J 9 d 

School Board Debate, 21 / 9 c 

Mr. Lowu's Address, 27 ; 9 6 

at the London University, 4 /" 10 a 



— Malt Deputation, 6 w 9 <f 

— Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh, 5 ; 9 
6—23 ; b e— 24 7 9 6 

— Medical Officer of Health for the City, 13/ 

9(f 

— Meeting of Parliament, 5 m 9 a 

— Mendicity and Charity, 20 m 9 « 

— Metropolitan Government, 28^ 9 rf 

— Midland Railway Company, 19/9 c/ 

— Military Expenditure, 18 m 9 c 
Geography of Italy, 14 m 9 d 

— Ministerial Crisis in Franco, 13y 9 a 

Further Appointments, 3 ?» 9 a 

Position, 16/ 9 o 

Resignation, 18y 9 a 

— Mission to Yarkund, 28 m 9 (/ 

— Mussulman Outbreak in Bombay, 18 m 9 <f 

— *' National Grange " Platform, 27/9 c 

— the Naundorff Imposition, 2 m 9 a 

— New Baron of the Exchequer, 21 j 9 6 

House of Commons, 11/ 9 o 

Madrid Government, 9^ 9 a 

Ministry, 19/9 a— 20/9 a— 21/8 / 

Parliament, 6 m 9 6 

Russian I/.ilitary Law, 21 / 9 c 

Year, lJ9o 

— Newcastle Election, 15 j 9 6 

— Old Ministry, 2d /• 9 6 
and New Ministry, 24/9 b 

M. OUivier and the French Academy, 7 m 



Leading Articles {cotitinued), 

Riiilway Companies, 16/9 rf 

Gas and Water Bills, 27 m\fe 

Reform, 12i9c 

Railways and the Board of Trade, 7j0d 

Re- Election of Ministers, 10 m 8 e 

Reform Bill Proposed for France, 14 m 9 a 

Republics aud Republicanism, 17 j 9 </ 

the Reredos in Exeter Cathedral, 9 ; 9 6 

Resignation of the French Ministry, 10 j 



9a 



9c 



8/ 



Return of the Troops from Ashantee, 20 m 

Revenue of 1873, lj*}c 

Rights of Property, 16 m 9 c 

Adm. Rous on Turf Prospects, 9f^d 

Royal Entry into London, 12 m 9 a— 13 m 



Navy, 22 ; 9 c 



Rugby School, lSJ9d 
Russian Commerce, 12 i 



9c 



8a 



9a 



Parliamentary Retrospect, 25/ dd 

Pilgrimage to Chiselhurst, 19 m 9 6 

Political Crisis, 29 > 9 c 

the Pope and the Papacy, 14^" 9 o 

Position of the Ministers, 17/9 o 

Post Office Savings Banks, 2^ 9 c 

Prince Imperial's Majority, 16 m 9 a — 18 m 



Privacy of Telegrams. 20 / 9 c 
Professor Huxley at Aberdeen, 2 w 9 6 
Prospects of the Asliantee War, \2jd d 
Railway Administration, 31 ni 9 e 



Lord Salisbury in Office, 19/9 6 

— Second French Chamber, 80 ;m 11 a 

Senator Summer, Death of, 12 »i 9 6 

the Session, 19 m 9 a 

Somerset (Duke of) on Land, 16i 9 a 

Spain, State of, 8i 9 a— 12 j 9 a— 4 m 9 a 

Spanish Government, 5 i 9 a 

Carlists, 27 m 9 6 

Lord Spencer's Viceroy alty. 25/9 a 

: Surplus of 1874. 26/9 h 

M. Thiers and the RepubHc, 27/ 9 6 

Threatened Famine in Bengal, 3j 7 6 — Gj 



9 6—14 ;• 9 rf— 17 j 9 c— 19 j 9 c— 20 j 9 6-24 
>9 c-30 j 9 rf— 8/10 6—6 f7 c— ll/9c-l8 
/ 9 rf— 23/ 9 c— 2 m 9 c— 7 m 9 c— 10 m 9 6— 
17 m 11 6—21 m 9 c— 27 m 9d 

— Tichbome Trial, a m 9 c 
its Conclusion, 2 m 8/ 

— Tradeof 1873, 9^9 c 

— Trades' Union Congress at Sheffield, 16 J 9 6 

— Two Political Parties, 10 /*9 6 

— United States Railway Strike, ISj 9 6 

— Unseaworthy Ships, 17/9 rf 

— Vacant Judgeship in Ireland, IBjdd 

— Vacation of Parliamentary Seats, 23 m II « 

— Visit of the Emperor of Austria to St 
Petersburgh, 28/ 9 a 

— Voting Charities, 13 / 9 c 

— War Office Administration, 20/9 c 

— West African Revenues, 30 m 11 6 
Drayton Collisions, 10/9 </ 



Lord Westbury's Will, 6 m 9 e 

Whiskey War in the United States, 26/9if 

— Sir Garnet Wolseley, 23 m 1 1 c 

Working Men and the Elections, 5/9 c 

Year's Fires in London, 22j9d 

Leasehold Investment Company, 27 /*7 a 
Leatham ( — ) at Huddersfield, 8^ 10 c 
Leather, State of the Market, 7^6 </— 14 /6 c— 
2iy 6/-28y 11 6-4 fll a— 11/7/— 18/6 
b— 25/7/— 4 m 6 /— 11 m 8 6—18 m 7 a— 25 
m7/ 
Lee (Capt. Vaughan Hanning) 23 m 9 e 

Conservancy, 31 w 7/ 

Leeds, Addresses of the Members at, 16 / 7 /* 
Municipal Election, 10j5d 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmcr's index to " thb times " newspaper. 



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Leeds Royal Park Estates Building and Invest- 
ment Company, 2S j7 b 
Leicester Square, Given to the Metropolis by 

Albert Grant, 24^7 6 
Leigh ton (John) on the Right to One's Face, 16 

/o e 
Legtd Conveyance of Land, 14 i' 10 e 

Appointments, 20 /9 e — I m 12 o~^ md e 

Difficulty in Kentucky, 2 ; 5 e 

and General Life Assurance Society, 18/6 a 

Legg (Henry S.) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 

19/6 6 
Leitner (Dr. G. W.) on Indian Antiquities, 18 / 

8 6— 27y6e 
Lent Preachers, 17 /*7 e ' 

Leprosy in Malta, 21 j 8 r 
Leslie (David) on the CafFre Rising in NaUl, 2 ; 

5 d 
' on the New African Gold Discoveries, 19 

J of 

(Henry) Concerts, 23 /•12 b 

Lettres de Tlnconnue, 24/12 <2 

L^yy (W. H.) Followed to his Grave by all the 

Blind Men and Women of the Associatien 

Founded by him, 3/11 rf— 6 / 10 6 
Levying an Execution in a Church at Brixton, 

19 mil/ 
Lewis (Sergeant Charles) Account of the Ashan- 

tee Campaign, Smo d 
Liberal Disunion, 9/10/— 10/10 a 

Party, Notes aibout, 6/6/-7 w 12 c 

Registration Society, 6 m 7 d 

Republican Meeting in New York, 26/10 rf 

Liberation Society, 23 j 6/-27 j 10 e 
Licensed Houses,' Return of, 13/3 6 

Victuallers Asylum, Ball in Aid in, 8^9/ 

Conference at Birmingham, 17^ 12 6 

Licenses to Shoot Game, 17 m9 d 

Licensing Act, Deputation to ^vemment about, 

11 m8./ 

Notes about, 13 m 12 o 

Bill, Proposed New, 3i 6 a— 15 j 9 e--17 j 

^ f 
—; — System, Conference on, 19 m 5 d 
life Assurance Companies Act, 25f7a 
- Board of Trade Returns, 25 /* 7 a 

— — Parliamentary Annual Return, 4 m 6 a 
Life-Boat Services, 3 ; 3/— 13/11 c 

• inl873, lj7d 

New, in the Bhick Sea, 10 ; 12 d 

Lightning Rods, 8 ; 4 d 

Lima, War News, 28 f7 a 

Lion Brewery Company, 28 / 11 a 

Lions in Trafalgar Square, 16/11 a 

Liquor Consumption, Notes about, 16 m 7/ 

-— Traffic— Mr. Gladstone's Note about, 3 ; 

3 b 

Literature a-la-mode in Paris, 1 7 i 9/ . 

Liverpool Steam Shipping Company, 21 y 6 a 
~ — and London and Glc^ Insurance Company, 

24/7 a 
Livingstone (Dr. David) Memoir of, 28 j 8 a 

' Account ot from Ocean HighwnuSf 6m 5 d 

• and Sir Samuel Baker, ISflOb 

and the Cameron Expedition, 10 m 11 / 

Doubts about, 3/10/— 7 f6 rf-.ll/6/-- 



Livingstone (Dr. David) Sir Bartle Frere's Lec- 
ture on, 6 j 12 a — 9^ 7 « 

Meetings about, 25/6 /* 

Notes about, 12 j 5 /— 14 / 9 «— 17 m 13 c 

—81 m 10 d 

on the Death of, 16 /"S «— 30 m 7 J 

Official Despatch about, 13/8 b—2ij 12 a 

Telegrams about, 26y 12 o— 28/9 e 

Tribute to the Memory of, Paid by the 



Russian Imperial Geographical Society, 4 ni 7 6 
Relief Expedition, 3 i 3 c 



Lloyd's New Secretary, 21 w 10 a 

Patriotic Fund, 12 m 10 d 

Local Government Board 7/4 d— 21 j II f 

Taxation, 8/ 11 d— 10 j 7/-12 / 6 c—7 m 

8 a— 16 m 9 « 

Deputation to Mr. Disraeli on, 24 m 8 6 

Reform, Prize for Best Essay on, 1 w 9 d 



Lombard Land and Building Society and Bank 

of Deposits, Gm 6 a 
London (Bp. of) on the London Mission, 12y 12 c 

Movements of, 23 ; 9 6 

— = Notices about, 14 /* 10 d 

Assurance Corporation, 19 m 6 6 

Balconies, 6 w 11 /— 7 m 12 6—10 m 9 /— 



11 7H 9 c— 13 m 5 c- 14 III 12 6—18 m 5 e 

Bible Warehouse, 26 m 9/ 

Employers of Engineers, see Strike 

Fever Hospital, 20 ; 4 d— 26 j 6 «— 14 / 6 « 

Financial Association, 26 j 6 «— 4/11 c 

General Omnibus Company, 14/7 /— 20 / 

6 « — 4 m 6 « 

International Exhibition, 5e«IirTERNATioirAL 

Letter Carriers, Examination for Candidates, 

21/9/ 

Mission, 14/ 12 6 

of 1874, Arrangements. 15 J 9 c— 28 j 7 f 

Clergy Associated with, 7/12 d— 9 

/6 e— 12/12 c— 13 /5/ 

Clo'ing Service, 18 / 6 /" 

and the Confessional as Replied to by 

the Bishops, 7 / 12 d 

Mr. Jones's Reasons for Not Joining, 9 



/6« 

Notes about, 23^ 5 c— 11 / 10 d— 12 f 

12 c— 13 / 5 f—Uf 12 c— 17 / 10 6—19 > 

Notices about, 16/6/ 

Opening of, by a Sermon by the Abp. 



of Canterbury, 10/5 e 

at Westminster Abbey, 6/ 10 6 



— Sick Poor, 19^ 8 6—24/12/ 

— Tavern Company, 23/6/ 

— in the Time of Queen Elizabeth, 24 m 6 d 

— and Paris Steamship Company, 21 y 6 a 

— and Provincial Boiler Insurance Company, 
21 / 6 a 

Marine Insurance Company, 15 j 6 c — 30 



;7a 



Sugar Refusing Company, 14/7 6 
University, List of Candidates l^ast Exami- 



nation, 17 jl2f 

Matriculation List, 3/12 c 



Longevity from The Times Obituary, 6i 6 c — 16 
;• 9 e— 0,8 / 8 c— 5/7 «— 8 /'4/— 4 m 7 d 

Extraordinary, from The Times Obituary^ 

23j9c— 28/6« 



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FaLHEK'S index to ** TOE TIHS8 " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Longeyity, Octogenarians in The Times Obituanr, 
23/10 c 

Lord Chief Justice, 23 m 12 d 

Loss to Art, bj the Fire at the Panteclinicon, 24 
/8 a 

Lost at Clapham Junction, Sj 10 € 

Monastic Chronicles, Notes about, 14 tn 7 e 

Lowe (lit. Hon. liobert) Speech at the London 
University, 4/5 e 

and the General Medical Council, 5 m 10 ^ 

Lunge CDr. G.) on Chalk v. Coal, 4 w 7 rf 

Luton Brewery Company, 14/7 b 

Lynvi, Tondu, and Ogniore Coal and Iron Com- 
pany, 23/7 o 

Lyttelton (Lord) on Charily Electioneering, IG 
;8 o 

M. 
Macclesfield Collection of Papers, 21 / 10 6 
Macdonald ( — ) on the Miners of Scotland, 21 m 

lie 

(Lt. CoL) on Sympathy with Berlin, 6/6/ 

Macfarlane (D. H.) on the Famine in Bengal, 3 

jlOb 

on Exports of Rice, 22 J 7/— 4 m 12 « 

Macgregor (John ) on the Red Shoeblacks, 10 m 

10 d 
Macnaught (John) on the London Mission, 19 / 

MacneiU (R.) on Asphalt, Wood and Granite. 
10 j 12 d 

Madagascar (Bp. of) Consecration of, 7jd/ 

Maddox (George) Railway Trap, 23 j 7 6 

Madeira, Sanitanum in, 1 y 5 a 

ICAILS:— 

1 ioeSj S c^ 5j 6 d^Sj Bf—r J f—S 

i 10 e—dj 10 rf— 10 ; 5 c— 12 /s rf— 13 ; 5/— ' 
13i fS a— 14 j 6 «— 15 j 7/— 17 ; 5 c— 19 /o e 
—20 i 5 /•— 21 ; 6 c— 22 ; 6 «— 23 j 6 t~.24 / 6 
/— 26 7 6/-27 j 6 c— 28 j 1 1 a— 28 j 1 1 c/— 29 
j 6 «__2 / 11 rf— 4 f 12 c— 5 f7 €—6 f 7 d—U 
/8 6—17/12 A— 18/10 e— 19 /*12 c— 20 f 12 j 
A— 21/8 a— 23y 6e— 24/12/— 25/12 6—27 
/Oy— 28/6/*— 2 m 12 6—3 m 12 e— 4 iw 7 «— / 
5 yA 5 c/— 6 m 6 </— 7 ia 12 6—10 m 5 6—11 m 
14 a— 12 m 5 6—13 wi 7 y— 14 m 12 e— 16 m 7 
c— 17 m 8 e— 18 m 6 /— 19 m 12 e— 20 m 7 «— 
21 m 10 /— 23 m 12 c/— 24 w 6 e— 25 m 5 6—26 
7« 8 J— 27 m 7 </— 28 »« 6 c— 30 m 12 /-—SI ui 
11 c 

American, Notes about, 8^ 7 6 — 15 i 4/ 

— — Eastern, \ j 7 f 

English, for the East, 9y 6 a 

New South Walis and San Francisco, 12 t 

II a 

West Coast of Africa, Weekly Service, 1 

J'7rf 

Main Paint, 21 m 9/ 

Main waring (Sir Harry) on the Land Question, 
21>7r 

Mair (Dr. R. H.) Summary of the Late Parlia- 
ment, t) /* 5 e 

Mail land (W.) on the Famine and the Nepaulese, 
27 w 12 d 

Alaitland (W.) on Marine Insurance Risks, 19 ii 

(oi.tnitioe nnd Afinnrif ii'firif RliamlinlflnrS- 2 m 10 « 



I 



Maloobn (W. R.) Reply to Mr. Chichester For- 

tescue*8 Circular Letter, 23/6 a— 24/9 e 
Male Servants, Duty Returns, 12/12 r 
Malt, Deputation to Government on the Tax on, 
5 w 6 e 

Duty Return, 16/4 e 

Tax, Notes about, 12 i» 6 </— 19 m\2d 

and Beer Tax, Notes about, 1 8 m 7 6—20 m 7 6 

Malta, Leprosy in, 21 ; 8 c 

Miscellaneous Military News, 12 f\2 6—26 

/8 a— 5 m 5 c— 13 m 5 /*- 18 m hf 
Manchester Chamber of Commerce, 6 m 10 « 

EwDoniy— Mildewed Shirtings, 20/7/ 

Fire Insurance Company, lOi 7 a 

Institute of Accountants, 8> 6 a 

(Bp. of) on the Bengal Famine, 19 m 10 f— 

27 m 10 c 

Sermon on Behalf of the Bengal Famine 



Fund, 81 ffi 4 € 

on Cremation. 25 m 12/ 



(Duke of) on Emigration to Canada, 3 ; 7/ 

Manning (Abp.) ob the Meetings of Sympathy 

with Germany, 29 ; 7/— 2y 11 a 

Lenten Pastoral, \^fhh 

on the Temperance Movement, 25 m 5 6 

Mansion House — Appointment of Chief Clerk, 

26; lOe 

Ball to the Prince of Wales at, 10^ 12 d 

Banquet at, 11 w 12/— 14 w 6 6 

to Sir Garnet Wolseley and the Officers 

from the Gold Coast, 28 m 12 b 
Dinner at to the Corporation, 21 y hf—hf 

12 6—4 m 8 6 

Juvenile Ball at, 23 j 10/ 

Lady Mayoresses Receptions, 27j6e 

Manzanillo Invested by Cubans, 26 ; 5 6 
Maple & Co., on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 24 

/8 a— 26 /10 c 
March (John, Lord Mayor of York) on the Ben- 
gal Famine, 3 m 7 cf 
Marine Engines, Improved Compound, 26 j A/ 
Insurance Companies, Notes about, 21 j (1 a 

— 29 y 7 c— 25 M 7 a— 28 miia 

Notes on the Reports of, 26 j 6 6 

Risks, 11 m 8 a— 17 m 8 a— 19 m 6 a— 26 

m 7 a — 31 m 11 a 

Painter of Two Centuries— Death of J. 



C. Schelky,9/7« 
Maritine Insurance Company, 9 i 6 a 
Markham (Charles) on llaiiways and the Board 

of Trade, 1 j 12 6 
(Clement) on Sir S. Baker and Dr. Living- 
stone, 18/106 
Marmora (Gen. dalla) Letter of, SOj 5 6 
HABBIAQES : —In censequence of the Regis- 
trar-General haying a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the British Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum list as adver- 
tised in the Times. 

Chapels Registered fer, Sj 6 a— 7 ; 8 a— 10 

y 8 6—14^ 8 6— 21i 5 /— 24 j 7 a-28> 6/— 
31i 6 6—11/6 rf— 14/5 e— 18 ^86— 21/7a 
— 28y 6 /*- 7 m 7 <i— 11 m 9 6—18 m 6 a— 21 w 
8 b— 25 m ^- 



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Met 



Kaxriages (continued). 

Licenses, lletum of Duty on, 13/9 e 

hy Proxy of a Kansas Emigrant, 81 rn 11 6 

of Dadasaheb heir to the Gadie to the Sone 

Keoner. 20 / U f 

Edinburgh, Duke of, 28 j 9 cf 

Grand Duchess Marie of Kussia, 2'dj9 d 

Liddell, Miss Lorina, 9 /* 9 e 

Maharaja Scindia, 20i 11/ 

Osborne, Grace, 5 j 9/ 

St. Albans, Duke of, 6/9/ 

Skene, W. BaiUie, 9 fde 

of King Victor Emmanuers Reported Mor- 
ganatic, 8^ 8 d 

Warce, Princess of Sawerut, 20 / 11 / 

Married Woman's Disabilities Bill, Notes about, 

25 m 6/— 26 fu 9J—27 mbb 
Marsh rCatherine) Appeal for her Convalescent 

Home, 2 ; 10 a 
Marten ( — ) at Cambridge, IGj 4 d 

(Baron) Resignation of, 8 i 9 f—9j 7 J 

Martin (Sir Samuel) Banquet to, 2 J 12 b 

Marylebone Workhouse, 7^ 12 6 

Mason (Saml. L.) on the Railway Collision at 

Bo'neaa Junction, 28 j 5/ 
Masonic Institution for Boys, Annual Festivaly 

12 m 5 e 
Master and Serrant Act, Notes about, 1 ; 6 e 
Maunsell (Lt. Charles) on his Case, ]0m 5 f 
Biaynard (Wm.) on the Cape Goldfields, 24 ; 6 a 
Mayo (Lord) Oflluial Correspondence about, 5 / 

10 c 
Mazse (Capt.) on the Tower Hamleta Election, 9 

/lOc 
M'Callum (Andrew) on Egyptian Antiquities, 18 

m 5 d 
M'Court (Lt. CeL J.) on Fanteet and Ashantees, 

27/8 6 
M'Donndl (Sir R. G.) on the Gold Coast, 7 fBd 
M'Dougall (Wm.) on the Canadian Parliament, 

81 ml2d 
M'Laren (Darid) on the Bengal Famine, 17m 

10 d 
Mead (R. G.) on Village Savings Banks, 10 ;* 6/ 
Meat, Cheap Beef from Texas, 14 m 9/ 

Preserving Company of Clarence River, 10 

j7a 

Questionr, 20 /'6 6 

Mechanics Institutes, ZjlOa 

Mechi (J. J.) on Improvement of Land, 6 y 6 e 

Medieal Officer of the City of London, Notes 

about, 13/8 c 
Medicinal Gum Tree of Australia, see Eucaltftvs 
Mediaeval Sunt Bom Too Late, 2y 11 e 
Melly (George) on the Licensing Act, 18 m 12 a 
Mercer & Co., on the New African Gold Dis- 
coveries, 19 / 6 /* 
Merchant Shipping Act Amendment Act, 27 ; 

and the Chamber of Commerce, 10 m 



12 & 



Company, 20/6/ 



Marine Insurance Company, 20 y 7 a — 8 / 

11 a 

Tayl'>rs' Company, Ball Given by, 22 ; 6 6 

MeUls, »Ute of the Market, 1 j 7 f—Sj 6/- 7> 

6 d—^ j 6 i— 9 / 6 rf— 10 ; 7 p—H / 6 c-15 i 



6 b—lG i 6 6— 17i 6 fr— 21 5^f--22j 6 6—23 
i 7 6—24 i 6 a— 28i 11 6— 29> 7 rf— 30j 7 a— 
Uj 6 /•— 4 / 11 a— 6 / 7 e— 6/7 6—7 f7a— 
11 fif^x^fi c— 14 / 7 6—18/6 b— 19 / 7 r 
—20 /6 6-21 /6 /— 25 / 7/— 26/7 6—27 f 

7 6—28 f 7/— 4 m 6/— 5 m 6 rf— 6 m 6 6-^7 m 
6 rf— 11 m 8 6—12 m 6 6—13 w 7 d— 14 m^d 
—18 TO 7 a— 19 ra 6 6—20 m 7 c— 21 m 10 </— 
25 HI 7/— 26 m 7 /— 27 m 7 6—28 w 6 6 

Meteorological Society, Annual Meeting, 22 j 7 6 

Meetings, 19 m 10 d 

Methodist Bishops, 8 i 9 « 
Metropolitan Asylums Board, 28 m 10/ 

Baptist Association, \\.i7 f 

JSEUBJOfOLHrAS BOARD OF WORKS :— 

Billingsgate and St. Mary-at-Hill, 14 m 7 6 

Blackheath, U/5f 

' Borrowing Powers of the Board, 23 m 5 e 

-m — Brook Green, 7 m 7 6 

Building Acts, 14 m 7 6 

Chelsea Embankment, 28/6 a — 7 m 7 b 

Clapham Conmion, 2\ f7 e 

Criterien Theatre, 8 ; 8 o 

Crossness Pumping Station, 28^ 6 a 

Disabled Firemen's Fund Association, 7 / 

bd 



— District Surveyor, 28 ra 8 6 

— Dwellings of the Working Classes, 28 /"O a 

— EHbankment and other Works. 3^ 8 a 

— Estimates of the Board, 10 i 12 6 

— Financial Statement, lOj 12 6—24 ; 7 c— 7 
/ 6 rf— 21/7 e— 7 TO 76— 23 m 5 e 

— Fire in Carnaby Street, 21/7 e 

— Gas Act of 1860, Zj 8 a 
Question, 8/8 a— 10 j 12 6 

— Geaeral Communications, 8/8 a — 14 ra 7 6 

— High Tide. 28 m 8 6 

— Holbom District, 24^ 7 c 
Improvements in the City of London, 14 f 



6/ 



in Lambeth, 7jhd 



— Inner Circle Railway, 8/8 a— 10/ 12 6 

— Leicester Square, Presented to the Public 
by Albert Grant, 24 / 7 e—Ufb /*— 23 m 5 t 

— Loan to the Poplar District, io/ 12 6 

— Meetings, 8/8 a- 10 j 12 6— 17^ 7 c 

— New Consolidated Loan, 21 / 7 « 

— Party WaUs, 28 ra 8 6 

— Preservation of Life from Fire, 14/6/ 

— Progress of Works, <r/6 d 

— Roman Road, Bow, 14 /"S / 

— Royal Entry into London, 7 ra 7 6—14 ra 7 6 
Marriage, Address en, 14 m 7 b 

Reply to, 28 ra 5 e 



Salaries, 28/ 6 a 

St. Paul's Cathedral, 28 ra 6 s 

Southwark Park, 28 m 8 6 

Swimming Baths on the Thames, 7 ra 7 6 

Tenders for Hackney Brook Sewer, 14 /"fi/ 

Thames Embankment, 14 m 7 b 

Tramways, 28 w 8 b 

Victoria Embankment, 28/6 a 

Volunteer Fireman at Fires, 14 ra 7 6 

Water Constant Supplv. 24 / 7 c 

Metrepolitan Chanty, Monthly Return, 1 / 12 fr 

— 6/116— 6w7c-19w 12« 
Common Poor Fund. 2i /*9 *_-9fi t» k A 



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PALHER'S index to *' THE TIMES " MEWSrAPER. 



[Jan. Ito 



MetropoHtAn Commons Act, 28 m 5/ 

Fire Brigade, 16 m 10/ 

Grjiml Hotel Corapanjr, 31 m 11 a 

Hospital Sundaj Fund, Meeting at the 

Mansion House about, 11 m 9 e 

Pauperism, Weekl/ Return, 1^12 a — SJ 7 

rf__15 j 5 c^22j 7 c— 5/ 7 /*— 12 f B e— 19 f 
11 a— 26/ 6 «— 6 TO 7 c— 12 w 12 rf— 26 w 10 c 

Water Companies, 6 /* 10 c 

in 1873, Dr. Letheby's Report, 13 j 6 e— 



5f7f-&m7c 
Mexico, Fighting in, 26/ 12 h 
Protestant Chapel Attacked and the Pastor 

Stoned, 24 m 5 c 
Riot and an American ClergjmaB Killed, 

18m56 
Middlesex ConsenratiTe Registration Association, 

26in6(/ 
IQDDLfiSEX SESSIONS:— 
Additional Countjr Lunatic Asylum, 23 j 

12 c 

Assistant Judgship, 27/10 e — 6 m 11 fr 

Banquet at, 28/ 6 e 

Case of Elizabeth Watscn, 23 i 12 d 

Chsirmanship of the Court, 27 /* 10 e 

Chief Warder of the House of Detention, 28 

/ll e 

Cost of the ^iessions, 23 j 12 rf 

Death of Sir W. B«dkin, 28 m 11 6 

of Mr. Halswell 23j 12 d 

Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh, 28 j 

12 c 
— Music and Dancing Licenses, 2Bj 12 d 

New Chairman. 23/ 12 c 

Justices, 21 ; 10 c 



Resignation of Assistant Judge, 28 ; 12 c 
Royal Marriage, 27/ 10 e 



Milbank (A. 8.) on the County Palatine of Dur- 
ham, 16/10 6 
Mildewed Shirting — Shanghai Trade Report, 

20f7r 
Mile-End Dwellings, 27 m 6 d 
Military Degradition in Paris, 25 m 6/ 
Millington (James) on Lloyd's Patriotic Fund, 

12 m 10 d 
Milltown (Lord) Wrongs of the Irish Peerage, 

17/12/ 
Mining Association of Great Britain, 26m7 d 
MININO IKTELLIGENOE:^ 

Business of the Week, 6 j 7 6—12 j 6 «— 19 

i6a— 26i6 6— 2/11 c— 9/7 a— 16/7 fl— 
23 / 7 a— 2 m 6 a— 9 m 7 c— 16 m 6 6- 23 m 8 
rt— 30 in 8 o 

Cape Copper Mining Company, 12 w 6 a 

Copper Ore Sales, 13 j 9 /"— 12/7 c— 12 to 6s 

Cornish Mining, 6 ; 6 6—12 ; 6 /— 13 i 6/ 

— 26i 5 c— 9 f7 A-24/11 a— 8 m 6 6—16 m 
6 /^24 iM 6 <^— 80 TO 8 a 
' IMcketing, 23/ 7 c— 7/7 6—20/12 a— 6 m 



C,f—20m7d 

— Emma Silver Mining Company, 11/7 a 

— General Brazilian Mining Company, 13 j 
Ga 

— Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom, 

- Nicaraguan Mining Companies, 14 ; 6 6 — 16 
f h—\7m H a 



Mining Intelligence (roniinued), 

Stock, State of Shares, in trery days paper 

Statistics of, 20 ; 4 /— 2 1 ; 6 6 

Ministerial Appointments, l'8/9e— 27/6rf 

—28 / 9 e—2 m 10 e— 3 to 5 6—4 m 9 «— 5 m 

12 c— 6 TO 8 r— 6 m 9 f—7 m 7 a— 10 » 9 rf- 

t too notices — 14 to 9/ 

Dinners, 11 to 11/ 

Movements, 16/5 c — 11 to 11/ 

Pastimes, 81 / 9 / 

Ministry, Present and Future, the Observer on, 

16/12 d 

Change of, and Ireland. 19 / 6 e 

Miracle in Ciilifornia, 21/ 10 e 

Mission Week, 2^80 

Mistaking the Lawyer for the Prisoner— a Kata- 

ral Mistake in Slack Canon, 31 m 12 d 
Model Railway for the Russian Princes. 13; 6 d 
Modem Love Matches in France, 11 m 7 e 

Miracles, 27 m 4 e 

Palmers, 13 m 6 c 

Prophecies, 20/8 d 

Moir (Macrae) on the Asliantee War Fund, 31 

TO 8c 
Moliere and Louis XIV., 14 m 5 /— 17 m9d 
Monsstic Tragedy, 7 j 5 d 
Monday Popular Concerts, 13/ 9 /—SI m 12 & 
Money in Circulation, 13 m 10/— 17 m 14 6 
MON£Y MARKET :— 
— ^ Account of, in every dtiy*sp<mer 
Alabama and Chattanooga Bonds, 15 i C </ 

—30/ 7 a— 18 f^a 

American Dollars, 25 m 7 a 

Greenback Issue, 25 7n 7 a 

— — Atlantic and Great Western Railway BoniU, 

27/7 rt 

Austrian Market, 3 j 5 a — 19/ 7 a 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bonds, 24^ 6 a 

Bar Silver for India, 10/ 7 a- 1 1 / 7 a 

Belgian Loan, 19 ; 6 6—13 / 12 a— 6 to 6 « 

Bills on India, Tenders for, 8/6 a— 22 i fi 

a— 5 f7 6—19 f7 a— 5 to 6 a— 19 m 6 a 

BbUvian DeKt, 2/7 6—10 i 7 a— 3 fWa 

Buenos Ayres Market, 7 ; 6 a 

Cape Breton Company Shares, 24 /" 7 a 

of Good Hope Bills, 11/76 

California — Spucie Products of, 11 w 8 a 

Chicago and North Western Railroadi 

Bonds, 24 TO 6 n— 25 m 7 a— 26 w 7 a 
Circular to Bankers on Half Crowns and 



Florins, 2 ; 7 flf 

— City of London Bonds, 23 i 7 a— 19/7 
21/6a 

of St. Ix)uiB Bonds, 17/ 6 a 



Coal Market, ste Coal 

Columbian Loan, 29i 7 c 

CJorn Market, 10 ; 7 a— 1 7/6 a— 24/ 6 «i- 

81 ;■ 5 c—^f 11 fl— 3 TO 6 a 
Costa Rica Debt, 17/6 6—28/ 11 a— 3/ 

11 fl— 6/7 6 

Discount Market, 16 / 6 a 

East India Stock, 6 j' 7 a— 6/ 6 a— 7 ) 6 4 

— 14i6a— 1C>6 6 
Egyptian Affairs, 5/7 a -13/ 6 a— 28> H 

a— 3/11 o— 20to76 
Government Receipts and Expenliture 

Return, 3/11 n * 



Mar. 81, 1874.] PALmoi's index to *' the tiioss " kewspapeb. 



Mur 



Money Market (contimted), 

Erie Bonds, 7 »» (» a 

French Market, 26 wj 7 o 

Gold from Leydenburg, 26/7 o 

Taken to the Bank, ij 7 a— 2^ 7 a— 8 j 

6 a-5 ; 7 a—Oj 6 a— 8 j 6 a— IO7 7 a— 13 j 6 
a— Uy 6 a— 15 j 6 c^lGj 6 «— 17 ; 6 a— 19 / 

6 a— 20i 7 a— 22 J 6 ti— 23 i 7 a— 27^ 6 a— 28 
J 11 a— 2 /• 11 c— 6/ 7 rt— 14 / 7 a-16 / 7 
a— 21 /"e a— 23/7 a— 25/ 7 a~26 / 7 a— 27 
/7 rt— 28/7 a— 2 w 6 «— 3 ;« 6 «— 4 w 6 a— 5 
JM 6 a— 6 ;n 6 a— 7 w 6 a— 11 w 8 a— 14 wi 6 a 
—17 m 8 a— 20 /« 7 b 21m 10 a— 25 m 7 «— 
26 m 7 a—27 w 7 o 

Greek Loan, 27 ml d 

GuatemaU Bonds, 17/6 n 

HoDdonis Loan, 22 j 6 o 

Hungarian Loan, 5./* 7 6 

Illinois Central Railway Bonds, 11/7 a — 

13 /•7 a 

Imperial Brazilian Collieries Shares, 24 f 

7a 

Imports of Gold, 1 j 7 a — 2 j 7 a—o f 7 a— 

6y6a— 7i6a— 9y6a— 12y6a— 13 i 6 a- 
U / 6 a— 16 j 6 o— 19 j 6 a— 22^ 6 «— 26 ; 6 a 
—27 y 6 a— 31 ; 5 c— 2 /* 1 1 c— 3/ 11 c— 10/ 

7 a— 11/7 «— 13/ 7(1—14/ 7 a— 16/7 a— 
18/6 a— 19 /*7 rt— 24/7 «— 25/7 .1—26/ 7 
a—27/ 7 a— 28/ 7 a— 3 m 6 «— 5 w 6 a— G m 
6 a— 10 m 6 a— 11 w 8 a— 12 m 6 a— 13 w 7 a 
—14 m 6 a— 17 m 8 rt— 18 w 7 «— 19 y/i 6 a— 
21 m 10 rt— 24 ;n 6 a— 25 m 7 rt— 26 «i 7 fl— 
Slmllrt 

Indian Bonds, 14 7 6 a— 16; 6 A— 18 w 7 a 

Italian Finance, 2 fll c 

Lehigh Valley Kuilroad Bonds, 24/7 a 

Louisiana Bonds, 23 / 7 rt — 31 ; 5 c—2 m 5 

6—19 mGb 

Manchester City Bonds, 17/ 6 rt 

■ . Markets, 2/ 11 c—2 /« a— 4 in 6 «— 25 

m 7a 

Market of 1874, 57 6 c 

Metropolitan Consolidated Stock, 13/7 rt 

Mexican Kail way Bonds, 18/6 a — 19/7 a 

—20 fG b 

Dollars, 4/11 rt— 5/7 6— 20/6 «— 3 m 



6a 



Minnesota Bonds, 26 m 7 a 
Monterideo, Kail way Bonds, 7 m 6 a 
New Grenada, 31 m 11 a 
Zealand Loans, 10; 7 a -15 ; 6 r/— 17 ; 



6a 
— Paraguayan Bondolders, 87 6 c 

Peruvian Bonds, \j 7 a — 15 ; 6 b 

• — Portuguese Loan, 8 m 6 rt & 6 

Queensland Government Debentures, 28 j 

11 a 

• Railway Bonds, 8 j 6 a 

■ Dividends, 2 mQ a 

Repert of the Past Year, \j 7 a 

- — ' Rio de Janeiro City Improvement Bonds, 

14 m G rt 

Russian Dutch Loan, 21 m 10 /" 

Land Mortgage Bonds, 11 ;n a — 13 m 



i a 

— San Dominjjo Bonds. 2\j 6 a- 22 / 6 a— 2.^ 



Money Market (^contmned), 

Sardinian Loan, 27 m 12 d 

Silver Market, 2oj 6 a 

South African Gold Fields, 19 ; G « 

• Spanish Market, 1 ; 7 a — Sj 5 «— (> / a — 

10i7 rt— 25/7 rt— 6 m 6 o— :;! m 11 a 

Deht, 26/5 cf— 28 /* 7 a -7 m 6 a 

State of, in ecety day s paper 

the Economist on, 26 / V> /—\G w 6 6 



State of Santa Fc Loan, 1 1 y' 7 rt 



-10 m 



Sutro Tunnel Bonds, 6 ; 6 a 

Trinidad Loan, 24/7 a— 5 m a- 

6 a 

Turkish Market, 9/6 «— 16 / 6 n— 7 f7 a 

—12/7 tt— 17/6 0-0 WI 6 a— 19 m 6 rt— 20 m 

7 6—24 m 6 a 
Union Pacific Railway and Mr. Jay, GoulJ, 



27 m 7 rt— 2b m 6 a 

— United States Funded Loan Bonds, 4y 11 a 

— Venezuelan Bonds, 17/6 «- 20/6 b— 28 

Vienna Municipal Loan, 5/7 5 



Virginian Loan, 61* 6 a — 26 m 6 b 

Withdrawal of Gold from the Bank, Oy 6 rt 

— 12y 6 rt— 21 y 6 rt— 24 ; 6 rt— 26 ; 6 a— 30 J 
7 «— 31 j 5 c— 4 / 11 n-5 f 7 b—G f 7 rt— 10 f 
7 rt— 12y 7 rt— 17/6 rt— 24y 7 a— 16 «i 6 rt- 
30 m 8 rt 
Montague (Lord Roht.) Home Rulers in England, 

hj%d 
Moran (Bp.) on the Kilkenny Election, 13/7 « 
Morgan (Osborne) at Brymbo, 12/ 10 /* 
Morris and Son, on Adulterated Tobacco, 20 f 

loy 

(F. 0.) on Birds Food and Mans Food, 21 / 

11/ 
Morocco — Gate Duties Abolished, lOy Vi a 

— Miscellaneous News, 10/12 rt 
Morton (Robart) on Railway Accidents, 20 j 7 b 
Mottersuead (Thos.) on Prof es:' or Fawcett and 
. the Trades* Union Congress, 24^ 5 /* 
Moule (Henry) on Chalk i\ Coal. 25/5 e 
Mount Sinai, 27/10/* 

Dr. Beke on the True, SOw 5/ 

Notes about, 3 m 7 b — 5 m 7 h — 7 m e 

Mowbniy (Rt. Hon. J. R.) at Hastings, 10 j 7/ 

Montreal Bench and Bar, 17 m 5 e 

Mundella (A. J.) on Professor Fawcett and the 

Trades* Union Congress, 24/5/ 
Municipal Corporation and the Borough Funds 
Act, Deputation to Government about, 28 m 
12 d 

Conference about, 30 m 6/— 31 m7 e 

Elections, Petitions Against, 10 ; 9/ 

Trust, 2 m 6 £/ 

Munificent Bequests of Mr. Hutchinson of New- 
castle, 28 ; 11 c 
MURDERS:— 

of Joseph Birley, at a Dance in Davidson 

County by his Less Fortunate Partner, 20 f9e 

of Robert Bull, by his Father, 28 m 5 c 

of Ruth Butcher, at North Pcrrot, 10 m 10 

^— 20m9./— 27/5</ 

of a Colour Serjcint at ilalfn. 1 -'/'^ e 

of Mrs, Davis, at Cotting.>!:ail. 4 ut ^2 e 

by Mr?. Dowlinjr, of her Yuu.iotr^t C'i«ii I, at 



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palmer's index to '^ THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Metropolitan Clomnions Act, 28 m 5/ 

Fire Bri^ftde, 16 wi 10/ 

Graml Hotel Company, 31 m 11 a 

lIo»pital Sundaj Fund, Meeting at the 

Mansion House about, 11 m9 e 

Pauperism. Weekl/ Return, 1^12 a— Sj 7 

ff— 15 i 5 o— 22; 7 c— 6/ 7 /—IS /" 6 e— 19 f 
11 a— 26/ 6 e— 5 m 7 c— 12 w 12 rf— 26 w 10 c 

Water Companies, 6 /* 10 c 

in 1873, Dr. Letheby't Report, 13 j 6 e— 



5/7/-5iii7c 
Mexico, Fighting in, 26/ 12 A 
Protestant Chapel Attacked and the Pastor 

Stoned, 24 m 6 c 
Riot and an American ClergjmaB Killed, 

18m56 
Middlesex ConservatiTe Registration Association^ 

26 m 6 <f 
MIDDLfiSEX SESSIONS:— 
Additional County Lunatic Asylum, 23 j 

12 c 

Assistant Judgship, 27/10 e — ^6 to 11 6 

Banquet at, 28 j 6 e 

Case of Elizabeth Watson, 23 i 12 d 

Chairmanship of tha Court, 27 f\Oe 

Chief Warder of the House of Detention, 28 

/ll « 

Cost of the Slessions, 28 i 12 d 

Death of Sir W. Badkio, 28 m 11 6 

of Mr. Halswell 23j 12 d 

Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh, 23 j 



12 c 



Music and Dancing Licenses, 2Zj 12 d 

New Chairman. 23/ 12 c 

— Justices, 21 ; 10 « 

Resignation of Assistant Judge, 28 ; 12 c 

Royal Marriage, 27 /^ 10 e 



Milbank (A. S.) on the County Palatine of Dur- 
ham, 16/10 6 
Mildewed Shirting — Shanghai Trade Report, 

20f7r 
Mile-Knd Dwellings, 27 m 5 d 
Military Degradition in Paris, 25 m 6/ 
Millington (James) on Lloyd's Patriotic Fund, 

12 m 10 rf 
Milltown (Lord) Wrongs of the Irish Peerage, 

17jl2/ 
Mining Ass ociati on of Great Britain, 26 m7 d 
MININO IKTELUGENOE:— 
Business of the Week, 5j7 6—12 j 6 a— 19 

j 6 a— 26i 6 6—2/11 c— 9/7 c— 16 /7 a— 

23 f 7 a— 2 HI 6 a— 9 m 7 c— 16 m6 6> 23 m 8 

fl— 30 w 8 a 

Cape Copper Mining Company, 12 m 6 a 

Copper Ore Sales, 13 j 9 /— 12/7 c— 12 m 6e 

Cornish Mining, 6/6 6—12 ; 6 /— 13 i 6/ 

— 26i 5 c— 9 f7 A-24/11 o— 3 m 6 6—16 m 

6 /U-24 m 6 (^—30 m 8 a 
Ticketing, 23; 7 c— 7/7 6—20/ 12 «— 6 m 

CA- 20m7rf 

Emma Silver Mining Company, 11 /7 a 

General Brazilian Mining Company, 13 j 

6 a 
Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom, 

2?4r 
Nicaraguan Mining Companies, 14 jd h — 16 

n h—\7 m Ha 



Mining Intelligence (continwd), 

Stock, State of Shares, in erery days ^aper 

Statistics of, 20 ; 4 /— '2 1 ; 6 6 

Ministerial Appointments, 18 /9 « — 27 J ^d 
—28 / 9 e— 2 m 10 e— 3 m 6 6—4 m 9 «— 5 ■ 



12 c— 6 m 8 r-^e m 9 /"— 7 w 7 a— 10 « 9 rf- 

ttoo tint ices — 14 mdj" 

Dinners, 11 m 11/ 

Movements, 16/6 c — 11 wily 

Pastimes, 31 j"' 9 / 

Ministry, Present and Future, the OUerrer on, 

16/12 d 

Change of, and Ireland. 19 / 6 e 

Miracle in California, 21; 10 e 

Mission Week, 2/^80 

Mistaking the Lawyer for the Prisoner— a Kata- 

ral Mistake in Slack Canon, 31 m \2 d 
Model Railway for the Russian Princes, 13; 6 ■/ 
Modem Love Matches in France, 11 m 7 e 

Miracles, 27 m 4 e 

Palmers, 13 m 6 c 

Prophecies, 20/8 d 

Moir (Macrae) on the Ashantee War Fund, 31 

m 8 c 
Moliere and Louis XIV., 14 m 5 /— 17 m 9 <f 
Monastic Tragedy, 7 j 5 d 
Monday Popular Concerts, 13; 9 f—S\ aa 12 6 
Money in Circulation, 13 m 10/— 17 m 14 6 
MONEY MABXET :— 

Account of, III every day*$ paper 

Alabama and Chattanooga Bonds, 15 } G ^ 

—30; 7 a— 18 f^a 

American Dollars, 25 m 7 a 

Greenback Issue, 25 m 7 a 

— ^ Atlantic and Great Western Railway Bonds, 

27/7 rt 

Austrian Market, 3; 5 a — 19/7rt 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bonds, 24; € a 

Bar Silver for India^ 10;7fl-ll/7a 

Belgian Loan, 19 ; 6 6—13 / 12 a— C m 6 « 

Bills on India, Tenders for, 8/6 a— 22 j 6 

0—5 f7 6—19 f7 a— 6 m 6 o— 19 m 6 a 

BbUvian Det)t, 2; 7 6—10; 7 a— 3 /"ll a 

Buenos Ayres Market, 7 ; 6 a 

Cape Breton Company Shares, 24 /'7 a 

of Good Hope BilU, 11/7 6 



— California — Specie Products of, 11 m 8 a 

— Chicago and North Western Railrosib 
Bonds, 24 m 6 a— 25 m 7 a— 26 m 7 a 

— Circular to Bankers on Half Crowns and 
Florins, 2 / 7 a 

— City of London Bonds, 23 ; 7 a— 19/ 7 a- 
21/6a 

of St. Louis Bonds, 17; 6 a 



Coal Market, ate Coal 

Columbian Loan, 29; 7 c 

Com Market, 10/7 a— 1 7/6 a— 24; 6 «- 

31/5 c— ^ / 1 1 a— 3 m 6 a 
Costa Rica Debt, 17; 6 6— 28; 11 a-3/ 

11 fl— 5/7 6 

Discount Market, 16; 6 a 

East India Stock, 6; 7 a— 6; 6 a— 7 j 6 4 

— 14i6a— 1C;6 6 
Egyptian Affairs, 5 j 7 a -13; 6 a- 28; U 

0—3/11 a— 20 TO 7 6 
Government Receipts and Expeniitui* 

Return, 3/11 n • j 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmkb's index to *' the tiues " newspapeb. 



Mur 



Money ICarket O^ontinued). 

Erie Bonds, 7 m a 

French Market, 26 m 7 a 

Gold from Leydenburg, 20/ 7 a 

Taken to the Bank, ij7 a— 2 j 7 a— 8 j 

5 a-6 ; 7 a—6j G a— 8 j 6 a— 10 / 7 a—lSj 6 
a— 14 J 6 a— 15 J 6 c— 16^ 6 a— 17 / 6 «— 19 ; 

6 a—20j 7 0—22 j 6 (i^23 j 7 a—27j 6 a— 28 
j 11 a— 2 /' 11 c— 6/ 7 rt—U / 7 a-16 / 7 
a— 21 /"G a— 23/7 a— 25 /* 7 a— 2C / 7 a— 27 
/7 a— 28/ 7 a —2 TO 6 rt-~3 w 6 «— 4 m 6 a— 5 
»i 6 a — 6 m 6 «— 7 w C « — 11 w 8 a — 14 »i 6 a 
—17 w 8 a— 20 m7b 21 m 10 a--25 »i 7 a— 
26 w 7 a—27 m 7 a 

Greek Loan, 27 m 7 d 

• — Quatemala Bonds, 17/6 a 

HoDdnrus Loan, 22 j G a 

Hungarian Loan, 5/7 6 

Illinois Central Railway Bonds, 11/7 a— 

13 /•7 a 

Imperial Brazilian Collieries Shares, 24 f 

7a 

Imports of Gold, 1 j 7 a — 2 j 7 a — 5 / 7 a— 

eye a— 7i 6 a-'^j 6 «— 12 j G a— 13 j G a - 
14 / 6 fl— 16 j 6 a— 19 ? 6 er— 22 j C a--26 ; 6 a 
—27 j 6 rt— 31 ; 5 c—2 Z' 1 1 #;— 3/ 11 c— 10/ 

7 a— 11/ 7rt— 13/ 7 a— 14/ 7 a— 16/7 a— 
18/6 a— 19 f7 «— 24/7 r/— 25 /7 a— 26 / 7 
a—27/ 7 a~23/7 a— 3 y/i 6 a— 3 w 6 a— G in 
6 a— 10 m G a— 11 in 8 a— 12 wi G a— 13 m 7 a 
—14 »i 6 a— 17 m 8 a— 18 m 7 «— 19 ;« 6 a— 
21 m 10 rt— 24 m 6 a— 25 ?k 7 a— 26 w 7 a— 
31 mil a 

Indian Bonds, 14y G «— 16/ G A— 18 w 7 a 

— Italian Finance, 2/11 c 

^— Lehigh Valley llailroad Bonds, 24/7 a 
Louisiana Bonds, 23; 7 a— 31 ; 5 c — 2 m 5 

6—19 m G 6 

Manchester City Bonds, 17y G a 

■ . Markets, 2/ 11 c— 2 ;« G a— 4 w 6 a— 25 

TO 7a 
Market of 1874, 5> G c 

— Metropolitan Consolidated Stock, 13/7 a 
Mexican Riilway Bonds, 18/ G a— 19/7 a 

—20 fQ h 

DoUars, 4/11 a— 5/7 i— 20/G a— 3 m 



6a 

' Minnesota Bonds, 2G m 7 a 

' Monterideo, Kailway Bonds, 7 »i 6 a 

- — New Grenada, 31 m 11 a 

Zealand Loans, 10/ 7 a -15 / 6 rf— 17 / 

6a 

— Paraguayan Bondolders, 8 j G c 

— Peruvian Bonds, lj7 a — 15 / 6 b 
• Portuguese Loan, S m G a & b 

Queensland Government Debentures, 28 j 

11 a 

Railway Bonds, 8 j 6 a 

Dividends, 2 m a 

Bepert of the Past Year, IJ 7 a 

- — > Bio de Janeiro City Improvement Bonds, 

limOa 

Bnssian Dutcli Loan, 27 m 10/" 

-Land Mortgage Bonds, 14 in G a — 13 7« 



7a 



- San Domingo Bonds. 21 ^ G a— 22^ G «— 23 
11^ -si;*-?,. A t ... a ^ itt^. r^ 



Money Market (^continued). 

Sardinian Loan, 27 m 12 d 

Silver Market, 25 ; G a 

South African Gold Fields, 19 / G « 

• Spanish Market, 1/7 a — '3j 5 « — G / G a — 

10/7 rt— 25 /7 a— 6 m G a— :»1 m 11 a 

Debt, 26/5 rf— 28 f7a-l m G a 

State of, iM every day s paper 

the Economist on, 2G ; G/— IC w 6 b 

State of Santa Fc Loan, 11 /' 7 a 

Sutro Tunnel Bonds, dj 6 a 

Trinidad Loan, 24/7 a— 5 m G a— 10 m 

6 a 

Turkish Market, 9/6 a— IG / G a— 7 f7 a 

—12/7 a— 17/6 a— 6 m 6 a— 19 m 6 a— 20 m 

7 6—24 m 6 a 

Union Pacific Railway and Mr. Jay, GoulJ, 

27 m 7 a— 2b m 6 a 
— United States Funded Loan Bonds, 4y 11 a 
Venezuelan Bonds, 17/6 «- 20 /* 6 5—23 

/7 b 

Vienna Municipal Loan, 5/7 6 

Virginian Loan, 6/6 a— 28 w 6 b 

Withdrawal of Gold from the Bank, OjGa 

—12/ 6 a— 21 j G a— 24 ; 6 a— 2G / a— 30 / 

7 fl-31/ 5 c— 4/11 a-5 /'7 /-^— 6/7 a— lO/ 

7 a— 12y 7 a— 17/6 a— 24/ 7 a— 16 wi G a- 

30 m 8 a 
Montague (Lord Robt.) Home Rulers in England, 

5jSd 
Moran (Bp.) on the Kilkenny Election, 18 / 7 a 
Morgan (Osborne) at Brymbo, 12 / 10 /* 
Morris and Son, on Adulterated Tobacco, 20 /" 

10/ 
fF. 0.) on Birds Food and Mans Food, 21 f 

11/ ' 

Morocco — Gate Duties Abolished, 10/ 12 a 

Miscellaneous News, 10/12 a 

Morton (Robert) on Railway Accidents, 20 / 7 6 
Mottershead (Thos.) on Profesror FaM-cett and 
. the Trades* Union Cougress, 24/ 5 /* 
Moule (Henry) on Chalk r. Coal, 25/5 c 
Mount Sinai, 27/10/' 

Dr. Beke on the True, SO w 5/ 

Notes about, 3 w 7 b—o m 7 h — 7 m 6 e 

Mowbniy (Rt. Hon. J. R.) at Hastings, 16/ 7/ 

Montreal Bench and Bar, 17 m 5 s 

Mundella (A. J.) on Professor Fawcett and the 

Trades* Union Congress, 24/5/ 
Municipal Corporation and the Borough Funds 
Act, Deputation to Government about, 28 m 
12 d 

Conference about, 30 m 6/— 31 m 7 e 

Elections, Petitions Against, 10 / 9/ 

Trust, 2m6d 

Munificent Bequests of Mr. Hutchinson of New- 
castle, 28/ 11 c 
MUBBEBS:— 

of Joseph Birley, at a Dance in Davidson 

County by his Less Fortunate Partner, 20 /9 « 

of Robert Bull, by his Father, 28 m 5 c 

of Ruth Butcher, at North Pcrrot, 10 m 10 



Z,— 20w9/— 27/'5</ 

— of a Colour Slm jeant at 2Ialfn, 1 </u e 

— of Mrs. I>avi3, at Cottlngshail, 4 in ^2 r 

— by Mrs. Dowlinir, of her Yoii.io-wt C'idi !, at 

T ii/«m4io T.nnn P.n »n A 



Kur 



PAIdIKU*S IMDSX TO ^* THB TIHKS " KEWSrATXB. 



[Jim. I V 



Unrders (<rr</inuf</). 

of James Ferrell, at Mile End, 6 ; 12 <f 

of James Tree man, Stabbed in the Hackney 

Head, 6 m 10/ 
of M. F. Gamier, the French Explorer, at 

Tonquin, \Zjhf 
— of one Goodridge, at Highwood Hill, 15 / 

7/ 
*-~- of Joseph Grymes, at Purton, 19 ; 7 h — 20 
j 7 6—21 j 7 c— 23 j 6 rf— 24 j 12 6-26 ; 10/ 

—20 in 8 b 
of Widow Lonsdale, at Soho St., Bolton, 20 

j 7 € 
of Stere Lower/, the Swamp Angel, 12 m 

9> 
-^— of Charles Neal, by an Innkeeper in North 

Carohna, 18 »i 7 e 

of Mary Oddie, at Blackburn, 17/ 9 « 

of Manslaughter of Mr. Butter, by his 

Brother-in-Law, 26/6 6—2 m 6 /* 
of a Painter named Savicrs, in an Insurance 

Fraud at Wichata, 12 m 7 a 
of Mrs. Sweet, by her Husband at Ply- 

luouth, 4/10 c— 0/ 7 c 
of Jane Taylor, at Willcnhall, by her Para- 
mour, 24 m 6 6 
ot M. do la Tombelle, at the Chateau- 

d'Aii froTillac, 7 m 12 c 
of R Wandering Carol Singer, at Cleyeland, 

or Suicide of Mary and Nicholas Ryan, in 

New York, C i 7 6 

Attempted, of Mrs. Stevenfon, of Edin- 
burgh, of her Daughter, 25 m 12 a 

of Warders, by Conricts, at Chatham, 19 

/ 12 c— 25 f\2 6— Gw 5 6—19 m5d 

of a Wife, by Alfred Fcarn, a Soldier, at 



St. Wconard*s, 19 m 5 e 

and Suicide of the Husband, at Fam- 



ham,20 j6d 

Confession af a Man at Hendon, 22 ; 5 a 

Scries of, at Limours, 24; 6 c— 4 / 7 /— 10 

/6 a— 18/*5« 
Murderous Outrage on an Ez-Policeman*8 Wife 

at Plumstead Common, 24/6/ 
Music of the Future, 20 f 10/ 
MMftical Discord, Deputation of Professors to 

Mr. Forster, 22il0 6 
Muskoka, Free Grants of, se^ Freb. 
Mutual Life Assurance Society, 26/7 6 
ToBtme (Westminster Chambers) Associa- 

tibn, 8 m 6 a— 14 }/< 6 e 
Mysterious Disappearances in Paris, 80;' 6/ 

N. 
Nantyglo and Blaina Ironworks Company, 8 j 6 

a &e 
Naphihn. Inland Bevcnue Beport on, 21/6 a 
M K|:ulcon III. Bcmorul of the Emperor's Bcmains 

to the New Mausoleum, 10 ;' 8 a 

(Prince) Movements of, 31 ; 5 a— 9y 6 a 

Burthday, 2 m \0d 

Nash (John) on the Malt and Beer Tax, 18 vi 7 6 
National Anti-Inccmo Tax League, 6 w 5 « 

Debt, CiBciol Notices, 3; 5 c 

— DiRount Comjnny, S; 6 c— 17; 6 a— ?2; 



National Education League, Circular toBrancfaea , 

28; 6« 

Union, Annual Meeting, 29; 7 6 

Federation of Employers, Notes about, 2/ 

11 /— 10; 12 rf-12 / 5/— 13; 7 d 

Gallery, Change of Directors, 21 f9 d 

Beport of the Director, 28 m 11 6 



Life Boat Institution— Miss Landsccr*s Do- 

nauonto, 2/4/ 

' Jubilee Meeting, 17 in 18 6 

MS KOTAL. 

Bifle Association, Annual Mooting, 11 m 7 if 

Annual Beport, 12 /6 r 

Safe Deposit Company, Opening of, 14 

School of Cookery. 20/8 c— 23/ 1 1 d 

Natural Mistake, 31 tn 12 d 

NAVAL AND MILITABY INTELLIQEKGE - 

Abolition of Purchase Money, 20/11 c 

Aldershott— St. David*s Day at, 6 m 5 6 

— — Inspections, 18 w 5 /— 30 m7 d 

Appointments, 2; 6 6—3 ; 8 e — 5 ? 6 «— 7 

6 6—7; 8 a— 8; 5 (/— 9; 5 «-12; 5 c— 14/ 
c— 17; 6 rf— 17; 8 a— 20; 8 c— 21 ; 5 c-21; 
5 €—23; 5 /i— 24; 5 rf— 28; 6 /— 28; 7 rf— 29 
; 5 6—2/12 c/— 5 fl2 5—6/ 5 6—7/12 6-« 
/8 6—10/12 6—11/6 rf— 12/12 6—14 /5s 
—16 fbf— IS f 5 ^—18 r^ 5—20 f 12 6—21 f 
rf_23/ 12 c— 25 / 8 a & b— 25 JT 12 6—28 f 
5 e— 28/ 12 c— 3 m 5 c— 4 m 5 cf- 7 w 7 a— 10 
m 6 «— 11 »i 9 a— 13 wi 5 /— 14 m 5 /— 14 m S 
a— 18 m 5 /— 18 »i 6 a— 21 m 8 «— 24 w 6 rf- 
25 m 5 c— 28 m 8 a— 28 m 12 6 

Army Circulars, 7; 5 6—9; 5 e 

Entrance Examination, 7/6 d— 9/11 6 

Estimates, 26 m 6 «— 27 m 10 rf— 28 m 



12 6 



86 



- Notes on, 25 m 10 «— 30 m7 d 
Medical ScrTicc, List of Candidates, 11/ 



Purchase Commission, 30 m 



26/ 



— Arrivals from the Gold Coast, 26/8 a 

— Abhantee Expedition, Slups Leavrngfor. SS 
|7d 

— Attempted Escapes, 21; 5 c 

— Auxiliary Forces, 25/ 8 6 

— Blane (Sir GUbert) Gold Medals— Awaids, 
14; 5 c 

— Brevet, 7 j 8 a— 21 j 5 e— 24/ 7 a— 4 f7c 
—14/6 e— 18/8 6—21 f 7 a— 25y 8 6-11 si 
9 6—18 Ml a— 28 m 8 a 

— Coptain's Good Service Pension— Award, • 
;■ 5 c— 19; 8 c . 

— Changes of Stations, 6 ; 5 «^— 13; 5 e-9/ 
8 6 — 5 n 5 c 

— Channel Fleet. 2/12 6— 2 m 5 6 
Chatham Dockyard, 10; 5 c— 17; 5 <f— » 



; 5 d — 5 »i 5 c 

New Order to Workmen, 21 f9d 

Overtime at, 14/ 12 c— 27 /5 c 



12/ 



Gun Wharf, 27 / 6 c 

New Hall of Study at, 23; 5 <f 

— Mess Boom, 14 m 5 /* 

- Steam Firc-Engine at, 8 j 6 



-24/ 



Cockburn (Bear Adm.) Stainetl Gla 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmbe*s index to *' thb times *^ nbwspapeiu 



NaT 



Havil and Military Intelligence {continued), 

— Clothing for the Army, 2jia 

Competitive Examinations, 14 / 13 d 

Control Department of the Array, 5m7 b 

Court Martial on William Carter,' 19 ; 8 c 

— Return of, 10 m 5 « 

Crimean Trophiei, Remoral of, 26 m 5 c 

Dinnen,. Sj te 

Discharged Soldiers, Gratuities to, 8/ 12 r 

— Double Grievance, 7 / 6 A 
East Indian Fleet, 6j 10/ 

Exchanges, 2j 6 6—6/12 6—9/8 6—27/ 

6 c^H m 5/— 16 to 12 6 
Experiments in Explosives, 7 5 6 

— families of Gold Coast Soldiers, 7 m 9/ 

— Fifty-Seventh Kegiment Deposit their Old 
Colours in St. PauVs Cathedral, 23^ 10/ 

Relics of Inkerman, 23 i 10/ 



— Firing Exercises, 13 m 5/ 

— Gallant Kescue of a Seamen by Lt. Le 
Cocq, 7 mb b 

— General Orders, 6 i' 6 #—9 ; 6 e— 14 w 5/— 
24»i5& 

— German and Austrian Military Law, 6 »i 
id 

— Gloag (Lt. Col.) Nominations, 3 ; 3 s 

— Grants to Widows of Men Killed in Acci- 
dents, 4m5 d 

— Greenwich Hospital Flag Officers Pension, 
Award, 10 /' 12 6 

Paymasters Pension, Award, 7 »i 5 6 

— H. M. S. Devoitation, 17/12 c 
Liquiry into the Mutiny on Board, on 



Christmas Day, 2y 6 b— 6 ; 6 e 

Chaliengtry 19 m 5 6 

Enchantress, 10 j 5 6 

Fantoniej Trial of, 3^ 3 « 

Modeste, Trial of, Gj5d 

Rupert ^ 29i5 6 

Mpttltsna'. e, 7 m 5 6 

— Johnstone (Serg.) Case of Disputed Burial 
of, 6/12 6—14/6 rf 

— Junior Naval Professional Association 
Priie Essay, 13 m 6/ 

— Lectures, 16/6/ 

— Levee of the Commander in- Chief, 16/5 c 
—22 J 5 e 

— Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, 
Awards, 2 J 5 6—12; 5 c— 14/ 6 c— 23/ 6 d— 
2Sj 7 rf— 9/8 6—11/8 6— I4/12rf-21/9</ 
—26/12 6—28 / 12 c— 3 m 5 c— 7»i6 6— 12 
m 5 c— 16 m 5 /— 17 m 7/— 24 m 5 rf— 25 m 
6c 

— Macomber's Cannon, Testing of, 11/8 6 

— Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh, Or- 
ders at Portsmouth about, 22j be 

— - Martinis Patent Anchors, Trial of, 3 m 5 c 

— Merryweather*s Steam Fire Engine, Trial 
of, 16 i' 5 c 

— Mintary Explosives, 19 j 4 rf 
Knight of Windsor, Appointment, 16/6/ 
Organization, 28 m 6/ 
Saddlery, 9/11 6—23/12 c— 24/12/— 



26/6 c 

— MiUtia, 30 m 7 d 

Notes about, 1> 12 a— 5/5 e— Oi 6 e— 



Naval and Military Intelligence (continued). 
Miscellaneous News, 23/ 12 c— 24 / 12 / 

—23 m 14 e 
Moncriefif*s Gun Carriage, Trial of, 3/3 e — 

16j6/— 16/5/— 18/5c— 4 m 6 rf-7 w 6 6 
Naval : — Aides-de-Camp of the Duke of 

Edinburgh, Uniform of, 21/7 a 

Brigade, 17 m 12 d 

Medioal Candidates, 12/12 6 

Pensions, Award, 9 /8 '6— 28/ 12 c 

Prize Money, 10/8 6—21 m 8 a— 26 m 

6/ 



Naval Review at Spitkead to be Held be* 
fore the Czar, 28 m 12 6 
Salvage Money, 7/8 a — 4 m 8 6 

Tactics, Essay on, Awarded the Prize, 29 



j 6 6 — 6 m 6 6 

Clothing Contracts, 18/ 10 d 

Club, Meeting, 4 w 5 d— 18 «* 6 / 

Notes about, 11 m 6 / 



— New Vessels in Preparation, SjZe 

— Notices, 22 ; 5 « 

— Official Visits, 3 w 5 c 

-^ Officers whose Deaths have been Reported 
to the War Office During the Month, 13 m 6/ 
for the Gold Coast, Licreased Pay, 16 ; 



6y 



Memorials Commission, 12 /9e — 14/6 
tf— 16/6y— 18 /6 tf— 23/7 e— 28/8 6— 23wi 
12 6—26 m 12 e 

— Order for the Reception of the Gold Coast 
Troops at Portsmouth, 13 m 6 6 

— Orders. 6 m 5 6 

— the Oslorne, Drawings for the Fittings of, 
27/6/ 

— P 



rixe Essavs— Subjects, 21/ 5 c 
Prumolions, 1 ; 5 6—3 / 6 a—Gj 6 cf— 7 / 8 

«— 10/ 8 6—14; 8 6—17/8 o— 21 ; 6 «— 23 ; 

6 rf— 24i 7 a— 28/ 6/— 31/ 5 6—4 f7 6—14 
/5 e— 18 fS 6-21/7 a— 25/8 a— 28/5 «— 

4 m 8 6—11 m 9 a— 18 m 6 n— 21 m 8 a— 25 m 

6 /— 28 TO 8 a 

— Queen's Regulations, 26 m 6 c 

— Retirements, S0m7 d 

— Reserve Navy, Notes about, 23i5 a 

— Retired List, Officers Placed on, 3/6 a — 7 
/ 8 a— 10/ 6 c— 10/ 8 6—14 j 8 6—17/ 8 a— 31 
j 6 «— 24/ 7 o— 28/ 6/— 81 ; 5 6—4/7 6—11 
/6 rf-14/6 #—21/7 a— 4 ro 8 6—7 m 7 a— 

18 m 6 tf— 31 m 8 a— 25 m t/- 28 m 8 a 

by Sale of Conmussions, 8/ 6 (f— 21/ 5 / 



—24/ 7 a— 4/ 7 c— 7/ 12 6—6 m 6 6 
— Return of Troops from Cape Coast Castle, 
17 m 7 /— 23 m 14 a— 27 m 8 c 

Duke of Cambridge Inspects, 25 m 12 a 

Reception of at Chatham, 26 m 5 c 

Review of the Troops Returned from the 



Gold Coast, 26 m 9/— 28 »i 12 n— 31 w 8 a 

— Rewards for Distinguised Service — Awards, 
10 m 6 e— 12 m 5 6 

— Reflect Breech-loading Cannon, Testing of, 
11/8 6 

— Rockets and Torpedoes, Note about, 7 ; 6 « 
Rolled Armour Plating Tested at Ports- 



mouth, 11/86 
— Roynl African 



Corps as a Punishment 



Nav 



PALiaCB*8 INDBX TO '' TQB TIUES '' KETTSPAPEB. 



ISbsu 



Nayal and tfilitaiy IntelUgence (continued). 

Roynl Gun Factories, 11 m7 c 

Marine?, 17 w 12 </— 19 m 11/ 

Military Academr, 10 j 9 /•— 16/10 e— 

18/ 10 c— 19 /•? r~18 w 6 & 

College Sandhurst, 6/G /* 



KaTRl ;Engineer8, Notes al)OUt, 7 j 5 & — 

l2jBe 

United Service Inititutions, Lectures at, 



12;5c— 30im7</ 

Warrant for Old Soldiers, 6 m 5 6 

on FriTilsgcs of Officers, 12 «i 5 c 

— Warrants, 7 m 5 b 



Welsh Fusiliers. 11 m 12 <i^l8 m 10 d 
Sandhurst College, 31 m 9/— 25 m 10 /' 
— and Sub-Lieutenants, 23 m 9 6 
School of Musketry, Officers at, 16/5 f 

MUiUry Engineering, 17/12 c— 28/ 12 c 



— Ilm7f 

— ServaaU to Officers, 5 /'la b 

— Ship News, Ij 6 b—2J 5 6— 6 j 5 e—Bj 5 d 
— 8i 5 c— 12y 6 c— 13i 5 e— 14/ 5 c— 17i 5 d 
— 19y 8 c— 20y 8 c— 22 j 6 6-24; 6 ^—27^ 6 
/-«/12 A— 18 / 5 <— 20/ 12 b— 23/12 t— 
27 fo c— 8 m 6 c— 14 m 5 /— 16 m 6 /— 18 m 

6/ 

— So!diers' FamiUes, U in 12 <f 

— Sip £F College, Regulations for Admission, 
9/12« 

Examination of Officers, tj%f 



— Subscriptions for tho Sufferers bj the Tor- 
pedo Accident at Woolwich, 14 »n 5/ 

— Telegraphic Wires to Pass the- Post Office, 
S0»i7c/ 

— Torpedo Detector, 24 /•5 « 

— Transfer of Officers, 1 job 

— War Ganio Played at Aldershott Between 
Major Crcaldck— Lieut. Barron and Lieut. 
Walker, ^1/* 9 rf 

Office Circulars, 28^ 7 d— 11/8 i— 10 m 



5a 



m 5 b 



Notice to Married Sub-Lieutenants, 7 



— Welsh Fusiliers, Another Cashmere Goat 
to be Presented to, 25 m 5 c 

— West India Regiment, 17 m 9 6 

— Whitehead or Fish Torpedo, Trials of, 24 m 
5 d — 25 m 5 c 

— Wood, Uninflamable, Experiments on, 23 / 
12 e 

— '* Woolwich Infant," 6^ 3 rf 
Academy, Competitiye Examination for 



Admission, 28 jr 12 c 

Full Dress Parade at, 12 »t 5 c 

Huge Guns, 28 m 12 6 

— — New Soldiers Home at, 24 m 5 c/ 
Works at, I7m7f 



od 



Preparations for the Czar's Visit, 24 m 



Neapolitan Banditti, Notes about, 10 m 10 c— 24 

m 12 s-~26 m 5 c 
Negrcte (P. K.) on Salvador and Honduras, 2 / 

4/- 
N»'gro GontloiMCn-- Duels, 20 m 7 c 
Nerbuddii Coal and Iron Company, we Coal 
Netherlands, Bill for a Gold Standard Ucjected, 



Netherlands, Fortifications, 12 m 5 b 
Neuchatel Kock Paving and other Pariiig C( 

panies, Meeting of, SjGe 
Nevada Masquerade, 11 m9 f 

latense Cold in, 24 w 9/ 

Neville (Christopher) on Agricultural Cotti 

17>7/ 
New Cabinet, 21 /*9 e— 23/12 «— 24 /9 e— 22 

Comet, 24/10 d—ie mde 

— -^ Home Secretary, the Sun on, 23/ 12 d 

Law Courts, Notices about, 19/5 b—V 

8b 

at Winchester, 7 j 12 a 



Ministry, 25 /•9 e— 26/8 a— 2 m 
— Gazetting of, 4 m 8 a 
the Economist on, 23/10 b 



Oe 



Piers, 81 m 4/ 

P U net, 1 w 5 d 

NEW 60T7TH WALES:— 

Collieries Company, 25/7 a— 27 /" 7 a— 1 

/7a 

Free Trade, PoUcy of. IdfSe 

Notes about, 1 / 11 rf 

Postal Convention wiih the United Stall 

81^5 5 

Public Revenue. 22/ 5 b 

New Year's Day at the White House, 19/11 
NEW YOEK ^ 

Bills of MortaUty, 19/ 4 / 

Commerce of, 2y 5 6 — 9 j 5 c 

Customs of. 8/ 5/— 25/G d 

Distress in, 3 m 10 d 

Harbour Defences. 5/4/ 

Imports, 27/ 10 d 

liailroftd Signal Office, 6 m 5 e 

Society in, from the New York Tintes, 

m 4/ 

Stock Exchange Fraud, 10 m 12 /; 

Way of Settling Differences in the 

lature and Court House. 13 m 9 df 
Work for the New Post master-General 

NEW ZEALAND :— 

Christmas in, 30 m 5 c 

Native School, 30 m 5 e 

New Insect, a Black Wasp-like Fly, 30 

5s 
New Zealand Land and Emigration Dcpartmci 

14 m 6a 
Loan and Mercantile Agencv Compaay, 11 

/6 c— 23/7 6 
Newcastle Chymical Works Company, 17/6 
Newgate Calender Dramatized, 7 J 11/ 

Report on the Gaol of, 6 / 6/ 

Newman (G. II.) on the New South Wal 

Colliery Company, 2S/7 a 
Newport Market Refuge and Industrial Schc 

23 w 9 b—27m 10 d 

Mr. Gladstone at, 26 m 10 « 

Newspaper Post, Notes about, 26 m 7 d 

Statistics, 16/5 c 

Newspapers, Return of Daily, 5/86 

Old, I0j4d 

Ncwstead Abbey, It) ;;i 5 cl 

Ncwsvcndors* Benevolent and Provident Ini 



.Mar. 31, 1874.] 



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KEXI OF Km— PEESOKS WANTED, 4ro :— 

Alexander, Ouihwaitc Lesley, 26i 1 6 

Allee, Sarah, 13^ 1 6 

Anderson, Joshua Rose, 2ljlb 

WiUiam, C m 13 J 

Aplin, Lt. John, 20 ml b 

Arch, Nomian, 21 j 1 b 

Archd&icon, Lawrence, 17^ 1 b 

Babington, Francis, 3/1 b 

Balderstone, Gilbert Fox, G fib 

Bargin, *'oseph, 21 wi 1 b 

• Barlow, *6 ml b 

Banlctt, F. W., U; 1 fc 

Bectham, Cecilia, Baptismal Certificate, 5 

Bercsford or Bairesford Inncs, 28 vi 1 b 

Berry, Nathaniel, 2'iijlb 

Biihop, WiUiam, 21 j\b 

Blount, Tho?., 23 / 1 ^ 

. Blumanthal, --, 3^ 1 b 

Bou^rhton, Tliomas, 8 j 1 i 

Brady, Blarj*, 9/16 

Brockinglon, John, 20/ 1 b 

Brown, Henry Walker, 21/1 6 

Maria Mangin, \\ mil d 



Bruce, David, 17; 1 6 
Buchanan, Capt., 25 m 1 b 
Burwick, Ann, 24 ; 1 6 
Bcshell, Samuel, 3i 1 6 
Cadman, Edwin, 18 m 1 &~21 m 1 b 
Caink. Edw., 6y 1 6 
Campbell, Kobcrt, 1 j 1 6 
Cannam, John, 12 »i 1 6 
Cantelau, 22 / 1 6 
Cardiff, Mnrk, 25 m 1 & 

Cardinal, 2*0* It' 

Chaffers, Alexander, 13/1 6 

Chamberlain,. Mary, 24 m 1 6— 24 j 1 b 

Chambers, Office for, 24 y 1 h 

Chapman, William, 31 wi 1 6 

- City of London Election, 31 / 9 a 

- Claro, Sir Michael Benignus, 31 j 13 e 
" Congian, Stephen, 4 w 1 6 

- Cook, Wm. Ely, 3^16 

- Cooper, John, 8^16 
CoUington, Sarah, the Mistress of, Gml b 
Come, Kichard, Carrulhers, 18 /*! i 
Coupland, Chas. Wm., 7 ml b 

- Courtenay, H. H., 23 w 1 6 
Con-pcr, Jeremiah, 24 yn 13 e 
Crosbie, Thos. Sackville, 23y 1 6 
Crouch, William, 19/13 e 
Cnllmer^s Index of, 14^ 1 6 
I>alton,Dr., 12 j 1 6 
Davies, Grace, 9 m 1 6 
Daws, Sarah, lOJ I b 
De Gorgollo v. Garcias, 2 ml b 
Dickie, Charles, I j I b 
Driver, William, 28 m 1 6 
Duff, Mary C, imlb 
Dutton, Samuel, and Mary Ann Blyth, 

Marriage Certificate of, 29 j 1 6 
Ebbs, Joseph, 23> I 6 
£«!mctt, Thomas, 26^ 8 c 
Fairhead, George Broughton, 17^ 1 b 
Fenndl, Janes, Information about, 20 / 1 fr 

•urn »» » M * m w ' ' 



Next of Kin— FezBons Wanted, ^. {coutimud ) 

Fruhling, Richard Wilhelm Theodor, 17 »i 

1 b 

Fuller, Mary Ann, 2/15 

Galbraith, Mary, 7 w 1 6 

Gardiner, Mary, 24j 1 6 

Gardner, George, 28 / 1 A 

Gibbons, Wm. Henry Kinnainl, 24/1 6 

Goodman. Wm., 24 j 1 b 

Goring, Wm., 2G/1 b 

Greenham, Charlotte, 16/1 5 

Haworth, Peter and Jane, 20 7/1 1 6 

Ilandley, Patrick J., 3 m 1 6—10 in 1 6 

HeaY'cr, Wm., 17 w 1 6 

HoUiday, Martha, 3/16 

Home, Dr. George, 6/1 fc 

lloulden, Mary Margaret, 24/1 & 

IIow, Robt.. 2i 1 b 

Hume, Nancy, 3 m 1 b . 

Hunt, Major Arthur, 11 j I b 

Jackson, Wm., 22j Ih 

Johnson, John, 21 ; 1 h 

Jones, Edw. Eyton and George Lceoe, 17 

Kean, WiHiam, 2> 1 b 

Keates, Wm., Ij I b 

Kemp, Jacob, 17j 1 6 



Kitchen, Anno, Vd m\b 

Knight, Fred., 7/ 1 b 

Wm. and John, 11/16 

Langsdale, Herbert Edw., 14 m 1 6 

— Ledsom, M., 6/1 6 

Le Grand, John, 81 m 1 b 



-- Lindesay, George, 18 m 1 6 

— Lintott, John, 11/1 6 

— Low, Edw. Eames, 23/1 b 

— Mndrell, Hannah Elizabeth, 21 7 13 6 

— Makey, Mary Ann Woodgate, IQ fib 

— Marston, John, 25 m 1 6 

— Martinez y Eurilo do Summon, Don Gero- 
nimo, 19/ 1 b 

— Mauritius, Matthew, 2 fib 

— Mayo, Bartholomew, 31 m 1 6 

— M'CaUan, Robert, 2^ 1 b 

— M'Donald, Sarah, 23/ 1 b 

— Mears, John, 7/ 1 b 

— Miles, J. T. K., 22 i 1 b 

— Iklills, Catherine, l^fle 

— Molyneux, Wm., 3 / 1 b 

— Moore, Geo., 23jr 1 b 

— Murray, Edw., 27/1 h 

— Ncthersole, Wm. Austin, 8 m 13 c 
Oldaker, Charles George J. Sulliran, 20 m 



lb 



Oldreive,— , 24/lb 

Oliveric, Count Prosper, and Anna Maria 



k««. xTmm«.. ij . 1 X. 



his Wife, 28 j 1 b 

— Outhwaite, Leslie Alexander, 11/1 b 

— Packham, Mary Ani*. 8/ 1 b 

— Parker, Margaret, 19 / 1 b 

— Pertie, 6 i 1 b 

— Prosser, Misses, 10/1 b 

— Radcliflfe, Edw. Wm., 27 m 1 b 
Elizabeth, 24/1 b 



Ramshire, Robert, 21 m 1 b 
Reid, George, 12 j Vb 

Tt — I _& f> «••» » 



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rALUES'S INDEX TO "THE TlltES " KEWSPAPEft. 






Next of Kin— FexBonB Wanted, &c. (cMtinued)^ 

Robertson, David and Frederick, 6/ 1 b 

Eliza Barbara, 6/16 

William, 10 j 1 6—7 m 1 6 



Robinson, Henry, 26 j 8 c— 29 ; 13 • 

— Nancy, 80 m 1 6 

Roebuck, Mr. at Sheffield, 31 ; 9 c 
Rogers, Thos., 23/*l 6 
Siilwey, John, 24/ 1 6 
Saunders, G, L., 17./ 1 6 
Scholes, Sarah Elizabeth, 16 ; 1 6 
Sclater, John, IS fib 
Shaw, W. F., 17 m 1 6 
Skinner, John, 12 m 1 b 
Slee, Mary Ann, 2/16 
Slyman, Ann, 2ij 1 6 
Smith, James. 10 i 1 6 

— George, 2/1 6 
Nicholas, 26 m 1 6 



- Souih Enstem Railway Company, 81/9 d 
" Spillcr, Henry Reynell, 19 j 1 6 

- Stirrat, Hugh and Son, 3J 1 6 

- Storm, Anna Maria, 11 m 1 6 

- Symes, F., 2G w 1 6 

- Tanner, Eliza Amelia, 80 m 1 6 
-Tendall, C. H., 3/16 

- Teman, Mrs. Henry, 22 j 1 6 

- Thomas, Thomas, 21 ; 1 6 

- Thompson, Ann, 8 ; 1 6 

- Tilton, John Wm. and Peter, 31/ 1 6 

- Walker Thomas, 26 m 1 6 

- Walmesley Alfred, 7/16 

- Webber, Mrs. Sarah. 23 m 1 6 
-Weston, 26/16 

- Whitehead, John, 3 j 1 6 

- Whittle, Tracey Martha, 26 /"l 6 

- Wigg, W., 6/ 16 

- WiUiams, G., 26/ 1 6 

- Mr. and Mrs. 16/ 1 6 

- Willis, Henry Brougham, 8/16 

- Wood, Georg« B., 17/ 1 6 
Mrs., 21 /I 6 



Wright, Hannah, 8/13 c 

Wynne, Peter, 17 w 1 6 

Nice Distinctions, 25/5 </ 

Nile Basin, Sir Samuel Baker on, 2SmBd 

Noble Death—Case of Capt. Maun, 28 m 9/ . 

Noel (Leland) on Dangerous Toys, 13/6 rf 

« Nolo Episcopari," 21 i 7 c 

Nonconformists, Meeting of at Nottingham, 2i j 

he 
North British Foreign and Colonial Investment 

Trust, 18/6 a 
and Mercantile Insurance Company, 14 

911 6 a 

Eastern Hospital for Children, 6 m 10 c 

Norwegian Timber Houses, 12/11 a— 18/7 <— 

28 /-da 

Parliament, 12/12 a 

Norwich Union Fire Office — Astonishing Divi- 
dend, 14/5 « 

Provident Fire Insurance, 24 / 6 d 

Nottingham Municipal Election Petitions, 14 / 

he 
School of Art, Bp. of Lincoln Presents the 

Prizes at, 2/116 



Novel Application for a Lengthened Sentence 
Granted, Oj 7 a 

O. 
Ocean Marine Insurance Company, 9/6 a—iSj 

Otlams r James) on Imported Cattle Disease, 9 / 
6a 

O'Donoghuc (The) on Home Rule, JJO m 9 /" 

Official Appointments, Civil, 10/ 8 a— 12 j 5/— 
17/ 11/— 21/ 5 e— 24/ 12 d— 31 ; 5 /"—7/a 
d— le/S £—21/7 a & rf-25/8 a— 28/S« 
— 4 OT 8 6—7 m 12 c— 11 m 9 a— 14 m 8 a^ii 
m 11 <f— 18 m 6 a-21 m 8 a--23 »i 13/— 
28 m 10 c 

Editing, 31 m 10/ 

Liquidators — Security, 3 / 9 c 

O'Hagan (Lord Chancellor) and the Irish Bar, 

23/10 f 

Ohlson (J. L.) on the Importation of Sugar, 22 j 
hd 

Oils, State of the Trade, 1 / 7 /— 2 ; 7/— 3/5 / 
7/6 d—Sj 6 6—9 / 6 rf— 10/ 7 c— 14/ 6 c-li 
; 6 6—16 / 6 6—17 / 6 6—21 / 6/— 22 / 6 ^-^ 
23/ 7 6—24/ 6 a— 28/ U 6—29/ 7 d— SO/f 
a— 31/ 5/— 4/ 11 a-5 / 7 «— 6 fl 6— 7/7« 
— ll/7/_12/9 «— 13/7 c— 14 / 7 6-18/1 
6— 19/- 7 c— 20/ 6 6—21 / 6/— 26/7/— 26 / 
7 6—27 f7b -28/7 /— 4 m 6 /— 6 m G rf— 6 
6 5—7 m 6 rf— 11 m 8 6—12 to 6 6—13 m 7 
—14 m 6 rf— 18 tn 7 a— 1^ m 6 6—20 n T 
—21 m 10 d^26 m 7/— 26 m 7/— 27 w 7 
28 m 6 6 

Old Catholics, 27/5 6 

in Italy, 31 iii 4 rf 

and the New Ministry, 28/5/ 

— Newspapers, 10 / 4 d 
Omnium Stoc*k iWst, 1576c 
Omoa, Bombardment of, 1/ 10/ 
Onslow (Dord) on the Game Laws, 1/6 6 

(Guilford) on Jean Luie, 9/ 10 c 

on Cheriton Mill " Grotto," 16/ 7 / 

on the Meeting at Wapping, 18 w 8 </ 

Opportune Miracle, Sj II f 

Orange Harvest, 12/9/ 

Oranges, &c., Imports of, 28/11 a— 2 m 4 A- II 

ttt 12 c 
*' Ordained'' or "Licensed" and the Bp. 

Peterborough, 27/ 6 c 
Order Reigns — Smoking, 12 m 5 d 
Ordinations, 2 tn h f 
Oregon, Life in. Adventure of a Lady and a Beir, 

9/7r 
Oriental College at Lahore, 3 m 8 a 

Hotels Company, 6 / 7 a 

Orton (Charles) on his Brother's Fraud, 10 « 

c— 11 in 18/ 
Ossinin on a Russian Monastery, 25/10^ 
Otway ( — ) Testimonial to by tnc (Svil " 

Writers Association, 21/11 / 
Overcrowding in the Metropolis, Proposed 

morial of the College of Physicians to 

Government about, 6/10/ 

at Shambrook, 16/12 d 

Overend, Gumey, &Co.* Report, 11/7 a 
Over-Refinement— a Classical Editionof 



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Orerworlvcd Railway Servants, 14 /"O /" 

Owen (Richard) on the Dodo and the Dodlct, 1 / 

V 
Oxford as a Military Centre, 8 m 7/— 6 m 6 e— 

9 » 4/— 16 m 12 a 

New Observatory at, 5 / 8/— 5 / 11 cf 

— Philharmonic Society Perform tiagar, 24/ 
11a 

OXFORD VKIVERSITT :— 
Address to Ihe Queen on the Royal Mar- 
riage, 26/G f 

BaUiol CoUege Exhibitions, 18 fof 

Bexley Heath New Church, Vote of £500 

Towards. 11/10/ 

Brascnosc Election of Fellow, 9/9 < 

- — Changes in the Personnel^ 2G /'Of 
' Christ Church Scholarships, 0/12 a 

— Classical Examination, 27/5 e — IG w 9 /* 
Congregations, \ojlf 

Consecration of Dr. Sandfbrd, 24 •} 10/ 

• Convocations, 12 »/i 5/ 

Degrees Conferred, 15 / 7/— G fn «— 7 / 

10 c— G « 10 /— 30 m 12/ 
Honorary, 12 m 5/ 

Election of Member of Parliament, 1 6 w 9/ 

24 i 10/— 2dy 9/— 20/ G/— 27 / 5 e— 



6 m 10/— 14 »i 6 € 

— Elections of Fellows, 11/10/ 

to Scholarships, lG/6 <f— 19/12/ 



— Examinations for Degress, 3 m 10 6 

— Examiners, 11/10/ 

— Exhibitions, 21 / 5 « 

— General Fund, Abstract, 3 m 10 5 

— Hall-Houghton Prizes, 30 w 12 /" 

— Hawkins (Thos ) Decree of Thanks to, 18/ 

— Hertford Scholarship, 27/6 e 

— Hody Exhibitions, loj 7/ 

— Jenkvns Scholarsliip, 26 m o e 

— Johnson Unirereity Scholar, 11/10/ 

— Lectures, 6/12 a 

— Lecturers, Election of, 10 ?» 12 c 

— Local Examinations, 3 m 10 6 

— Magdalen Hall, Scheme to Incorporate as a 
College, 30/9/ 

— Merton College Elections, 10 »i 12 c 

— Nominations Submitted and Approved, 18 

— Oriel College, Election of Fellow, 10 f 
10/ 

— Hadcliffe Travelling Fellowship, 23 m 4 e 

— Ralstone*s Lectures on Early Russian His- 
tory, 11/10/ 

— Sanskrit Scholars, loj 7/ 

— Scholarships, Elections to, 28 ; 9/— 24 / 
11 a 

— Unattached Students Library— Mr, Glad- 
stone's Donation of Books, IS fo b 

— University Preachers Not Oxford Men, 10 
m 12 c 

Press, 24 m 10 s 



— Vlnerian Readership in Law, 11/10/— 23 
m 14 e 

Scholarship, 21 m 12 e 



— Wadham College Exhibitions, 6 / 12 a 
• Welsh FeUowship, 18 »j 5/ 



P. 

Pacific Slave Trade, Deputation U Gowmmcnt 

about, 7 m 8 c 
Palestine Exploration Fund, Notes about, 22 j 

7 c 
Pall Mali, Wood Pavement for, 26 m 11/ 
Palmer (Hinde) at Lincoln. 12 j 10/ 

(Maior) on Mount Sinai, 7 lu 6 c 

(William) oa Mary Brockman, 21 m 12 b 

Panama News, 17 m 8 a 

Papal Breve— the German Press on, 14 j 5 6— 17 

job 

Text of, 16 J 10 b 

Correspondents on, 20 i 12 a— 26/4 d 

Paper, Import Returns, 2iy 12 c 
Paris and Chislchurst, 5 m 10 • 

and Madrid, 8^ 10 <i 

Parish Mortuaries, 10 th 9 cf— 13 m 10 /— 33 m 

7/ 
Park-Keepors or Police, Meeting about Battersea 

Park, 23/10 c 
Parkinson (C.^ on the Dauphin, 28 m 11 / 
PARLIAMENT:— 

Atmosphere of, 25 m 11 a 

Mr. Barraud*s Picture of tjie Late, 19/6 s 

Circulars of the Liberal Loaders on the 

Opening of, 13 m 8 a 

Dissolution of, 26 j 5 ft— 26 j 9/—27J 5 c 

Its Causes aad Effects, 5 m 8 b 

French View of, 28^ 8 rf 

German View of, 28> 4/ 

Mr. Disraeli's Circular to the Conservative 

Members, 14 m 8 a 
— >* the Economist on a Seat in, 9/6 cf 

Election of a Speaker, 13/8 a— 14/ 8 c 

Fathers of the House of dommons, 24 / 9 • 

Meeting of, for Election of Speaker, &c„ 6 

m S a 
Mover and Seconder of the Election of 

Speaker, 5 m 9 e 

Addresses, 11 »i 11/ 

— the New House of Commons, 16/9/— 8 m 

12 c— 4 m 12 c 
Members, 7j Sa—lOj 8 6— 14 j 8 «— 247 

7 a— 21 m 8 a— 28 m 8 a 

Returned, 31 / 5 6—2 fS a— 3 f 10 </— 



4/10 d— 6/ 12 c— 6/ 6 c— 7/10 a-^df 10 a 
— 10/ 10 6—11/ 10 a— 12/ 10 c— 18/* 10 6— 
14 /-lO 6—16/10 a— 19y 10 a— 23/10 a— 13 
m 7 c — 18 m 6 a— 25 wi 6/ 

Writs, 17> 8 a- 24 J 7 a— 11 m 7/ 



— the Old and the New, 7/10 c/- 9 /" 10 </— 
10/10/— 11/ 10 cf-12/ 10/— 18/10 /•— 14 

/10«— 19/lOcf— 21/*9e 

— " Order " in, 7 m 7/ 

— of Queen Victoria, Account of, 26 7 10 e 

— Private Bills h), 7 m 12 c 

— Pririlegeof, 10/10/" 

— Prockmation Dissolving, 27 ; 9 /* 

— Return of tho Names of Members to the 
Clerk of the House, 4 m 8 b 

— the Saturday Revitw on the Missing Mem* 
bers, 16/5 c 

— Sketches of the Various Members of tho 
New, 20 f 5 c— 26^' 6 a- 27/6 a-28 /lO 6— 
8 m 12 a— 4 m 12 a— 5 m 8 a 



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Parliament (contimttd). 

Working Men Returned, Dinner to, 13 »i 7 

a— 16 m 9/— 19 w 10 5 
Parliament Housei, State of the Approaches to, 

3 m 11 (/—5m 8 6 
' Improvemeats in the Honse of Commons 

during the Recess, 28 /*6 a--2 m 10 / 
ParliJimentary Dinner, 19 m 5 e 

Disabilities of Civil Servants, 13 y 10 6 

Oaths, Notes about, 19 /"C / 

Statistics of New York,' 14 m 11 rf 

PABLIAHENTABY PBOGEEDIKOS ,— 

Action against Mr. Plimsoll, 27 w 6 e 

Address on the Rojal Speech, 20 m 5 a— 20 

m 6 a 
' H. Majesty's Reply to the Address, 21 m 

5 a--24 m 7 c 



Amendment to, 21 m 5 ef 



Adjutants of Auxiliary Forces, 25 m 6 6 

Adulterated Articles, 28 m 7 a 

Annuity Funds (India), 21 m 7 a 

Archbishops and Bishops in £ngland and 

Wale^ 31 m 7 rf 

Army Estimates, 23 m 7 6—31 m G d 

Ashantee Expedition, 23 m 10 a— 27 m 6 a 

— 31 m 5 rt 

Vote of Thanks to the Forces, 31 m 5/ 



Attorney and Solicitors' Bill, 28 w 7 a 

Balk)t Act, 28 m 7 d—30 m 10 a 

Bank Holidays, 21 m 5 d—2o m Q c 

Benefit Buildings Societies, 27 m G d 

Bengal Famine, 21 m 5 (f— 21 m 7 a — 24 m 

7d 



— Bills of Sale Act Amendment Bill, 27 m 6 e 

— British Museum Officers, 28 m 7/ 

— Building Act of 1844, 31 m 5 e 

— Business of the House, 21 m 5 d — 25 m G c 
—27 m G </— 28 m 7 a 

— Caffre Outbreak, 25 mdb 

— Case of the Countess de Civry, 28 m 7 b 

— Casualties to Pilgrims, 28 m 7 b 

— Cattle Disease (Ireland), 28 m 8 a 

— Churchwardens Bill, 28 m 7 6—28 m 8 a 

— Civil Service Writers, 24 m 7 d 

— Committees, 28 m 10 a 

— Conjugal Rights Act (Scotland), 25 m 6/ 

— Consolidated Bill, 2G ?n 6 rf— 28 m 7 «- 30 
m 10 a — 31 tn 6 e 

— Coroners* (Ireland) Bill, 27 m 6 « 

— County Constables (Scotland), 28 m 7 6 

— Criminal Law Amendment Act, 25 m 6 e 

— Currency, 28 m 7 a 

— Disquahfied Member, 20 w 6/ 

— Double Return, 20 m 5 / 

— East India Loan, 23 m 10 c— 24 m 7 f— 
24 m 8 a— 28 m 7 6—30 m 10 a 

(Annuity Funds), 23 m 10 c 

— Easter Monday Review, 27 m 6 (/— 28 m 8 a 

— Edvcation (Scotland), 28 m 7 a 
-— Election of Speaker, G m 8 a 

Expenses, 24 m 7 c 



Expedition to the Gold Coast, 27 m G (f 

Famine in Bengal, 21 m 5 a 

Fenian Prisoners, 28 m 7 6 — ^31 m 5/ 

First Readiags, 21 »i 7 of 

Foreign Office, 24 m 7 <f 



Parliamentary ProceedingB (coniinued), 

Galway New Barracks, 25 m 6 c 

Game Birds (Ireland), 25 m 6 e 

— — Laws, 2$mGc 

Gas Companies, 27 m 6 c/ 

Green Park, 31 m 5 e 

Half Crowns and Florens, 25 m 6 c 

Hamilton Place, 27 m 6 d 

Home Rule — Division List, 23 m 9 e 

Hyde Park Comer, 28 w 7 6 

Hypothec «tc. (Scotland), 25 m 6 6 

Illegal Practices in the Church, 27 m6 d 

Inceme Tax, 24 m 7 rf 

Indian Budget, 27 w 6 d 

Finance, 27 m 6 d 

Innkeepers* Liabilities, 27 m G e 

Inspectors of Cavalry, 24 m 7 </ 

Irish BiUs,* 27 ;« G c 

Rating, 20 m G a 

Procession, 27 tn G d 



Judicature Commission, 28 m 7 6 



Kirwee Booty, 31 m 5 e 

Labourers' Dwellings (Ireland), 25 w « <• 

the London, 31 ni 5 e 

Metropolitan Board of Works Bill, 31 si 

5 d 
Middlesex Sessions (Salaries) 23 m 10 c— 27 

m G e— 28 m 8 a 

Militia, 24 w 7 6 

Fuies, 28 m 7 6 



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Monastic and Conventual Institutiona, 25 a 



Money Order Offices in Ireland, 31 m 5 e 
Municipal and Parhamcntary Franchise, S8 



m 7a 



Boroughs (Auditors and Assessors), S8 



m 8 a 

Franchise (Ireland), Bill, 27 m G e 

Privileges (Ireland) Bill, 27 m 6 e 



Museums and Ndtional Gallery, 24 m 7 c— 



25 in G c 

— National Museums, 25 m G c 

— Navy, 24 w 7 a— 27 m G c 
Estimates, 31 m7 d 



New Buildings in Parliament Street, 28 



7 a 



Bills, 31 m 7 e 

Courts of Justice, 28 m 7 6 



— Peers, 7 m 8 n— 11 m 10 a — 20 tn 5 a 

— Writs, 10 m 7 a— 13 m 8 a— 20 m 6/— 24 



m t c 



— Notices of Motions, 20 m 5 «— 20 tn 5/— 20 
m 7 a— 21 »i 6 a & c/— 21 tn 7 rf— 23 m 9 €— 2S 
m 10 fl— 24 tn 7 c— 24 wi 8 a— 25 m 6 6—25 ■ 
6 y— 26 m 6 </— 27 tn G <— 30 m 10 a— 31 m 5e 
—31 tn 7 e 

— Ocean Highways, 27 m 6 d 

— Orders of the Day, 20 m 7 a— 21 m 7 rf— 21 
m 9 €—24 m 8 a— 25 in 6 /— 2G m 6 rf— 27 m 6 
«— 30 m 10 a— 31 m 7 € 

— Parliamentary Elections (Polling) Bill, 2$ 
m G a 

— Peace Preservation Act, 31 m 5 f 

— Petitions, 21 m 5 a & 6—23 m 10 a— 24 m 7 



a & c— 25 mG a& 6— 2G m 6 a— 27 m 6 c— 18 
m 7 a — 30 tn 10 a — 31 tnb a&e 



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ParliAznentaiy ProoeedingB (continuedj, 

Privnte BilU, 7 m 8 a— 20 m 7 a— 21 mob 

—26 m 6 a— 28 to 7 a 

Business, 20 m 6 e— ^3 m 10 a— 28 m 7 a 



— 31 m6d 

— Property Used for Goyernment Purposes, 
31 fn 5 

— Public Accounts, 21 w 7 d 
Health ( Ireland), 28 m 8 a 



— Questions, 23 m 9 «— 24 m 8 a— 25 /« 6 /— 
26 m 6 d--27 w 6 c— 30 w 10 a— 31 7/i 7 c 

— liailway Accidents, 24 m7 a & c — 25 m 6 a 
Kegistration of Letters, 2\m7 d 



BcUgious Teaching, 28 in 7 a 

Kemission of Sentence, 31 m 5 e 

Iliver Shannon, 24 m7 d ^ 

■ Boyal Assent to Bills, 30 m 10 a — 31 m 5 a 

Commission, 10 ni 7 a 

Sale of Liquors on Sunday (Ireland) Bill, 



28 in 7a 

and Transfer of Land, 20 m 5 e 



— Sandhurst College, 24 »i 7 d 

— Saslnc Office in Edinburgh, 31 mh t 

— Seizure of the Lark, 31 m 5 / 

— Sewer in Piccadilly. 23 m 7 a 

— Sheriff Principal of Glasgow and Lanark- 
shire, 81 m 5 

— South Sea Islands, 25 m 6 a 
Speaker, Election of, 7 to 8 a 
Standards Commission, 24 to 7 b 
Standing Orders, 10 to 7 a 
Suez Canal, 27 to 6 (/ 
Summary of Proceedings, 6 to 9 a — 7 m 9 a 

—10 m 8 «— 20 TO 8 /— 21 to 8 /— 23 to 11 o— 
24 m 9 a— 25 to 9 a— 26 m 9 a— 27 m 9 a— 28 
TO 9 a— 30 TO 11 a— 31 to 8/ 
Supply, -24 TO 8 a 

Swearing in of Members, 10 to 8 e — 13 to 8 a 
Taunton Election Petition, 20 to 5/ 
Telegraphic Communication, 24 to 7 d 



^^ ' Tin and Copper Mines, 28 m 7 6 

Transfer and Title of Land, 27 to 6 a 

Treaty of Washington, 28 to 8 a 

Turnpike Acts Continuance, 28 to 8 a 
Ways and Means, 23 m 10 c 
Weights and Measures, 27 tnO d 
— Whalley (G. H.) Case of, for Contempt of 
Court, 20 TO 5 / — 21 to 5 c 

Appointed Committee, 27 to 6 « 

Wormwood Scrubbs, 24 to 7 cf 
Writ of Conge d'Elire, 28 to 7 a 
Zanzibar Expedition, 23 m 10 6 
PAHTiTAMKKTABY SPEECHES :— 

«*« When the Speech of a Member is required 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
subject under Parliahxittabt Pbocbbsivos, it 
can be seen at once by the reference answering 
f that affixed to the Speaker*s name. 
— --> Aberdeen, Earl of, 25 to 6 6 
Alexander, Col., 31 to 7 c 

- Anderson, — , 26 m 6 a 

- Balfour, Sir G., 21 to 7 cf— 24 m 7 y— 28 to 
«/— 31 m7 d 

- Barttelot, Colonel, 26 to 6 a— 31 to 7 6 

- Beach, Sir M., 21 m 6 e 

- Belmore, Earl of, 25 m 6 a 



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Parliamentary Speeches (continuedj, 

Bowyer, Sir Geo., 21 to 7 a — 25 m 6 e 

Brand, — , 6 to 8 6 

Brooks, — , 21 TO 5 e 

Butt, —, 21 TO 5 d—2l TO 6 6—2$ w 7 / 

Cave, —, 26 TO 6 6 

Cadogan, Earl, 20 to 5 6 

Callender, R., 20 w 6 b 

Cameron, Dr., 26 m 6 c 

Campbcll-Bannernian, — , 31 w 7 c 

Camperdown, Earl of, 24 w 7 a 

Carlingford, Lord, 25 m 6 a 

Carnarvon", Earl of, 25 to 6 a — 31 to 5 c 

Cavendish, Lord George, 6 w 8 6 

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 23 m 10 a — 

24 TO 7/ 

Chaplin, — , 6 to 8 a — 21 w 5 « 

Colchester, Lord, 20 to 5 rf— 24 w 7 6 

Coope, — , 31 m 5 </ 

Cross, — , 26 TO 6 c 

De-La- Warr, Earl, 25 to 6 a 

Denison, —, 21 w 7 <f— 28 to 7 d 

~ Derby, Earl, 20 to 5 e 

Dickenson, — , 28 to 7 rf 

Dilke, Sir Charles, 26 w 6 a— 28 to 7 d 

Dillwyn, — , 23 to 10 6—25 to 6 (/ 

DisraeU, Rt. Hon. B., 20 to 6 /— 21 w 6 c & 

rf— 25 TO 6 rf— 28 TO 7/— 31 to 6/ 

Dodson, — , 25 to 6 d 

Duff, Grant, 28 to 7 c 

Dunmore, Lord, 24 to 7 6—25 w 6 a 

Elliott, Adm., 23 to 10 6 

Fitxgerald, Sir S., 24 to 7/— 28 to 7 6 

Fitzmaurice, Lord B., 31 m 5 </ 

Forster, — , 26 to 6 c— 28 to 7/ 

GUpin, Col., 31 TO 7 rf 

Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E., 6 m 8 c— 20 m 

6 </— 21 TO 6 a— 31 TO 6 6 

Goldney, — , 26 to 6 « 

Goldsmid, — , 25 to 6 c— 31 to 5 d 

Sir F., 25 w 6 e 



— Goschen, — , 23 m 10 6—31 m 6c 

— Granville, Earl, 20 to 5 6—31 to 6 -6 

— Gregory, — , 28 to 7/ 

— Grey, Earl, 20 m 5 rf— 31 ro 6 c 

— Hamilton, Lord G., 21 w 7 a— 24 to 7/— 28 
TO 7 d 



Hardy, — , 31 w 6 r— 31 mGd 
— J., 26 TO 6 c 
Hatharley, Lord, 27 to 6 c 
Hay, Sir J., 23 m 10 a 
Henley, — , 25 to 6 e 
Henry, Mitchell, 21 to 6 d 
Herbert, Sir Percy, 6 to 8 6 
Hermon, — , 24 m 7/— 26 m 6 6 
Heygate, — , 25 m 6 c 
Hogg, Col., 31 TO 5 </ 
Hohns, — , 26 TO 6 a— 31 m 7 6 
Hope, Beresford, 25 m 6 e 
Horsman, — , 24 to 7 /*— 25 m 6 c 
Hunt, — , 23 TO 10 6 
James, Sir H.. 26 to 6 6 
Jenkins, — ^, 26 to 6 c 
Johnston, W., 2im6 d 
Johnstone, Butler, 31 m 7 d 
Knatchbull-Hugessin, — , 25 m 6 e 



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Parliamentary Speeches (contiwud), 
'^— Lansdowne, Marquis of, 24 m 7 r 

Lauderdale, £arl of, 24 m 7 a— ^I m 5 </ 

LawBon, Sir W., 31 m 7 a 

Lewis, C, 24 wt 7/- 28 m 7 c 

Liddell, — , 23 m 10 h 

Lindsay, Col. Ljyd, 31 jii 6 f 

— ^ Limerick, Earl of, 24 m 7 b 

Locke, — , 31 OT 5 </ 

Lord Chancellor, 21 in Q a 

' Lothian, Marquis of, 20 7;i 5 a 

Lowe, Rt. Hon. Mr., 21 w 5 c 

— Lush, Dr., 31 m G c 

— Mahuesbury, Earl of, 24 m 7 a 
M*Carthy, — , 21 w 5/ 

— M'Kenna, Sir J., 21 ;n 7 a 
M*Laren, — . 26 m (! c 

— Middleton, Viscount, 24 »i 7 c — 25 mG a 

Montagu, Lord R., 21 m 6 6—24 m If 

Note on his Speech, 25 »i 6 / 

Morgan, 0., 25 m 6 d 

— Mowbray, — ^ 25 m 6 e 

Mundelli, — , 25 m 6 e— 2G m 6 h 

— Newdegiitc, — ,21 m 6 /*— 25 w G d 

Nohin, Capt., 21 m 6 </--31 m 7 d 

North, Col., 31 m 6 c 

O'Conor, — , 2Sm7 f 

the O'Donoghue, 21 m 7 a 

Pell, — , 20 w 7 a 

— Pembroke, Earl of, 24 m 7 c 
— — H. M. the Qneen*8 20 m 5 a 

— Raikes, — , 81 m 5 e 
— ' Rathbone, — , 26 m 6 a 
-' — Redmond, — 21 m 7 a 

•i^— Richmond, Duke of, 25 m G h — 81 mo a 
Roebuck, — , 21 to 5 c— 25 m G tf— 26 vi b 

— Russell, Lord A., 24 m7 e 

'— — Salisbury, Marquis of, 21 m 5 a 

Sandford, — , 24 m 7 rf 

i Scourfield, — , 24 to 9 e— 26 mGc 

Selborne, Lord, 20 m 5 rf— 27 to 6 c 

— Shaw-Lefevre, — , 23 m 10 a 
Smith, E., 26 to 6 c 

Smythe, — , 26 to 6 c 

— ^ Somerset, l3uke of, 20 m 5 c — ^24 m7 b 

StirUng-MaxweU, Sir W., 20 m 6 a 

Sullivan, — , 21 to 6/ 

Thompson, 26 to 6 c 

Torrens, M'CuUagh, 20 to 6 c— 28 to 7 d— 31 

TO 5 d 

Whallev, G. H., 21 m 5 c 

Whitbread, — , 21 to 5 c— 28 w 7 c 

Wilmot, SirEardlcy, 31 w 6 c 

Paris Causes Cclebres, 10^ lie 

Parlour Artillery — Serious Accident from, 19 m 
56 

Parochial CivU Wars, 2 ; 8 J— 3 ; 3/-6 j 9/- 
6;10/--7i9/ 

Mission Women Fund, Sj 10 b 

Partnerships Dissolved, SjG a— 7 j 8 a— lOj 8 b 
^Uj 8 6— 17j 8 a— 21 / 5/— 24 j 7 a— 28^ 6 
/•_-3l / 5 6—4 /7 c— 7/8 a— 11/6 rf— 14/5 
/-_18/8 6—21 f7 fl— 25/8 6— 28/6/-4 ih 
8 6—7 TO 7 a— 11 TO 9 6—14 m 8 a— 18 m 6 6— 

— 21 TO 8 6—25 TO 5 /— 28 to 8 6 

teur (Henry) on Church and State in Swit- 



Patent Medicines, Return of Duty, 14/6 e 

Nut and Bolt Company, 17/6 a 

Office, the Athenceum on, 26 ; 6 6 

Museum, Admissions, 18 m 9 e 

Traveller, 27/ 7 6 

Patriotic Fund, Report, 6/36 

Pauper Lunatics, Maintenance of, 13 m 4/ 

Pauperism, Decrease of, 2Z fl2 d 

Half-yearly Return of iu Great Britain, 7/ 

12 d 

Pavy (Francis) on Marine Lisurance Compamci, 
£5 TO 7 a 

Pawson & Co., 30/ 7 a 

Payne (Joseph) on Scholarship for Girls in Ele- 
mentary Schools, 27 i 4 / 

Peabody Donation Fund, Report, 3 w 9/ 

Peace Society and Mr. Richard, 7 j 6e 

Pearson (J.) Unreported Railway Accidents near 
Hatfield, 27 / G c 

Peebles (Alex.) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 
19/6 a— 23/ 12. a 

Peel River Company, 6j 7 a 

(Arthur W.) to be Opposition Whip, 20 m 

(Lawrence) on Molicre and Louis XIV., 17 

m9(2 
Peers, Notes about, 17 to 10 <f 
and Baronets, List of the New Created be- 
fore the Gladstone Government Resigned, 6 m 

7d 
Peerage — Proposed New Creations and Eleva- 
tions, 20 f 9 c— 23 /O/— 23 f\2 rf— 24 / 9 •— 

2Gfde 
PEERAGES— NEW OBEATIOKS :— 
Cardwell, Edw., to bo Viscount Cardwdlof 

EUerbeck, 28/9 e —4 to 8 a 
Enfield, Viscount) to be Baron StrafFard> 

26/8a— 25/'10/ 
Fortescue, Chichester, to be Baron Carling- 

ford, 19 /9*«— 23/5 b-27/5 a— 4 m 8 a 
Frecmantlc, Sir Thos., to be Baron Cottc- 

sloe, 4 TO 8 a 
Hammond, Edw., to be Baron Hammond 

of Kingston-upon-HuU, 21 / 12 <{— 4 to 8 a 
Howard, Hon. Edw. Granville, to be Baron 

Emly of Tervae, 8y 6 a— 3 ilO 6 
Pakington, Sir J . S., to be Baron Hampton, 

7 TO 7 tf 
— Plantagenet Baronies — ^Petition to Recover, 

7 TO 10 rf 
Ravensworth, Lord, to be Earl Ravens- 
worth, 20 TO 9/ 
Sydney, Viscount, to be an Earl, 4 w 8 a — 

6 TO 9/ 
Westminster, Marquis of, to be Duke of, 25 

f^a—?,oflOf 
Wilson-Patten, Rt. Hon. J., to be Baron 

Winmarleigh, 18 to G a — 19 m 6 6 
Pengelly (W.) Testimonial to, 30 to 5 rf 
Pennant rP. P.) on Chalk r. Coal, 4 m 7 rf 
People's Cafe Companies, 4 to 5 /* 

Another, GfG 6—7 to 7 d 

Pepper, Black, State of the Market, 2j Tf—Uj 

6^— 30j 7 a— 31 j 6/— 4/11 a— 27/76— 6 « 

6 6—20 TO 7 c 
Perilous Adventure in the Dcuro, 18 m 5 6 



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PermiisiTC Bill, Meeting about, 28 j 9 c— 26 / 

6/ 
Femicioos Cheap Literature, 18/10 cT 
Persia, British Exports to, 29f^f 
— and the Concession to Baron Beater, 8/ 

12 c 



Shah of, Official Papers on the Expenses of, 

21 m 9/ 
Personal Statistics, SjSf 
Personation, Notes about, 17y 12 6 
Pet Dogs — Case of Hydrophobia from, 30 m 7 f 
Petroleum, Supply of, 2 j 4 c 
Import Returns. 23 j 10/— 11/12 &— 10 m 

12 6 
Physician and his Opera Glass in Paris, 14/ 

11/ 
Physicians, Boyal College of, Ke-Election of 

President, 31 m 9/ 
Pilgrimage to Chislehurst, 19 m 9/ 
to the Holy Land of English Roman Catho- 
lics, 14 i 7 c 

to "Our Lady of Lourdes," 30 m 7/ 

Piper (A. D.) as a Pioneer in Bolivia, 3 m 11 e 

Pitcaim's Island, 10 j 12 a 

Plate and Plated Wares, Export Returns, IG i 

10/ 
Plimsoll ( — ) Illuminated Address Presented to 

by Sailors, 25/11/ 
Plaj Ground for Drury Lane, 17 J 7 c— 22^' 7 b 

— 22i 8 c--26y n/-^27j 10 c— 28; 9 / 
Pleasant Reading, 19^ 6/ 
Plough Monday in the City. 13 j 6e 
Plymouth, the Prince of Wales to Open the New 

Guildhall and Law Courts at, 30 m 7/ 
PcMicher Shot, 13 m 6 c^ 
Poisoning, Alleged Case of, 4 m 10 c — 10 m 9 </— 

12 m 12 c— 18 m 6/ 
Poland, Last Viceroy, 20y 5 a 

New (Governor of, 26 ;* 5 6 

POLICE :— 

Ackman, Robt., for Stealing, 3/11 c 

■ Adams, Benj. and another, for Burglary, 

23 TO 12 /• 

Henry, for Stealing, 16 m \\f 

James, ' for Licensing Act Offence, 4 m 



lie 



-^ Adulteration of ' Milk and Bread, Cases 
81/116—17/ lie— 18/11 rf— 2 m 12 a— 6 m 

11/ 
— Allaire, Francois, and another, for Assault. 

18 i« 11 rf 

AllcMn, EUza, for SteaUng, 3 /" 11 /-17/ 

11 t 

Allen, Col., for Assault, 25/ 11 d 

Alloti Henry, for Adulterating Bread, 23 



/■7 a 

Anderson, Alfred, and George Williams, 
for Assault, 15 ji' 11 e 

Andrews, Gfeorge, for Adulteration, 20 j 
10 t 

Anfoniadis, Antonio, for Forgery, 12/11 s 
17 / 11 rf— 24/ lid 

Archdeacon, Lawrence, for Stealing, 26 i 



11 c 



Annan, Henry, for Murder, 20 m 8 £ 
Armitage, Thomas, for Wilful Damage, 5 i 



Police (ccn/inuecf). 

Askey, Wm., and others, for Disturbance, 

19 m 11 1 

Atkins, George, for Begging, 2 m 11 s 

Auburn, Edwin and EUzabeth, and Mary 



Ashford, for Stealing, 17^ 10 f 

— Austin, Frederick, Application to Find, 26 
m 11 1 

— Awards to Officers, ISj'U f 

— Bailey, Jas., for Dog Stealing, d fli/ 

— Baker, George, for Assault, Gj II e 
— — Henry, for Misconduct, 12^ 11 rf 

Mary Ann, and Caroline Williams, for 



Absenting themselves from their Employ, ^4/ 
lid 

Robt., for Drunkenness, &c., 19 »i 11 cf 

Balister. Angleberd Chas., for Stealing, 25 



tn lie— 2Gwi lie 

— Ball, Charles, for Assault, 26 ;' 11 c 

-^ Barlow, Horatio Thouias, for Adulteration, 

2fllf 

Bamby, Allen, and William Collis, for As- 



sault, 4 m II e 

Barrett, H., for Licensing Act Offence, 13 



/12 c 

Bartlett, Robt., and others, for Hawking 



without Licences, 23y 11 e 
— Bath, John, and others, for Intent to De- 
fraud, 16 mil/ 

Bayard, Paul, for Forgery, &c., 27 j 10 e— 



Sljlld 

Bayes, John, for Assault, 80 w 13 d 

Bazin, H. C, for Fraud, 22 ; 10/ 

Beau, John, for Stealing, 2jll e 

Bechin, John, and Joseph Hutton for Bur- 

ghiry, lyil c 

Bedford, Thos., for Threats, 28 /" 1 1 e 

Bee, Henry, for Stealing, 27 j 10 e 

Bell, John, for Wilful Damage, 20 m 11 / 

Benjamin, Moss, for Adulterating Tobacco, 

20/11 rf 

Bennett, Wm., for Wife Assault, 25/11 e 

Bcnstead, James, and W. J., Buckingham, 

for Stealing, Ij 11 d 

Bentley, Mary Ann, for Mendicity, 6 ; 11/ 

Berry, William, for Rtckless Driying, 27 / 

10 e 

for Burglary with Arms, 21/11 c 



— Bewlay, Charles, and E. W. Taylor, for 
Railway Offeace, 6/11 « 

John, for Assault, 14 mile 



— Biles, Eliz., for Leaving a Train in Motion. 
22/10/ 

— Birch, George, for Attempted Suicide, 28 / 
10/ 

— "Bishops, Henry, for Not Fulfilling his Con- 
tract, 25 m 11/ 

— Bittun, Abraham, for Fraud, if lie 

— Blenkarn, Alfred, for Fraud, 10 m 11 e 

— Boatright, Harriet, for Attempted Suicide, 
19/11 e ^ 

— Boden, Henry, and another, for Selling 
Beer Without a License, 19 m II d 

— Bond, William, for BurgUry, 26 ; lie 

— Bone, Geo. Morris, for Manslaughter, 6 f 



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Police (continued), 

Boone, Mr., Inquirj for, 27 /* 11/ 

Booty, Hobt. and others, for an Assault on 

Mr. Hawkins, Q. C, lU./ 11 /— 23 j 6 d 
^'— Borne, James and Kliz., for Gambling, 8 j 

9d 
Boswcll, Emma, and Mary Ann Lyons, for 

Vagrancy, 2S/11/ 
Bowles, Jaraos,"for Attempted Burglary, 1 

/lie 
Brandes, Wm., for Poisoning, 2ij 12 c—16 

file 

Brasuahan, James, for Indecent Assault, 



25/11 e 

Brennan, X Divison, for Perjury, IG m II « 

—23 m 12 e 
*— Brewer, William, for Robbery, 17 / 10 / — 
22 / 10 e 

Briscoe, Wm., for Adulteration, 20 HO / 

Britton, Jane, for Wilful Damage, IGj 11 e 

Broad, AVm., for Assault, 2/ II of 

Brooks, Ckas. Jas., and another, for Neglec- 
ting their Children, 23 m 12 <; 

IJarid, for Kef using a Fare, 2(5 / II c 

Brown, •• Capt.," for Perjury, 16 m 10 e 

Gerald Maurice, for Fighting a Duel, IS 

m 10/ 
— — James, for Assault, 28 m He 

for Perjury, 7 m 11 e — 20 w II « 

for Skinning Cats, 15/11/ 

for SteaUng, 7> II d— 10/ 11/ 



John, for Railway Ofifence, 10/11/ 
— for Garotting, 21 ; 10 e 
Robt., for Fraud, 26 w II « 
Sam., for Smuggling, 10 »i 11 e 



Browning, Henry, for Felony, 31 ;' II e 

Bruce, Charles, and Thos. Williams, for 

Burglary, 2j U d 
Brunneau, Eugene, for Fraud, 16^ II e — 23 

fll e— 3 m II C--7 m II e—U mile 
Bryan, Wm. James, for Railway Offence, 3 

j9d 

Bull, Isaac, fw Assault, 18 ?nll d 

— • Burley, Thos., for Assault, 19/11 € 

Burns, Henry, for Stealing, 3 /" 1 1 / 

Busk, Charles Henry, for Not Sending his 

Childto School, 14/11 e 

Butler, James, for Assault, 31 y II « 

Major, for Board of Works Offence, 2 / 

lie 

Callard, George, for Stabbing, 2/ 11/ 

Calney, Edw., for Attempting to Steal, 24 

/He 
Cameron, Jessie, and William Bell, for A- 

dulteration, 9 ; II e 

— Canham, Charles, for Stealing, 3/9 (/— 10 

Cardwell, Henry, and Edw. Taylor, for 

Burglary, 13/ He 
-^~ Carlisle and Thompson, for Personation and 

Aiding, 10/ 10/ 
— — Carlo, J., for Conspiracy, 28 w II e 

— Camaby Market Subscriptions, 26/11/— 

27/11/* 

Carr, Capt., for Assault, 24/11 b 

Carnll, Edw., for Selling Beer Without a 

License. 20 m II / 



Pdioe (^continuedj. 

Casey, John William, for Bankruptcy Of- 
fence, 13; II d 

Castle, Richard, for Smoke Nuisance, 28/ 

11/ 

Caton, John, for Stealing, 10 to II / 

Carender, Mary Ann, for Assaulr,*d mllf 

10 tn 11/ 

Challis, — , for Licensing Act Offence, 2 / 

11/ 
Champion, James, for Railway Offence, 20 

7/1 1 1 e 

Chang Chang, for Assault, 26 wile 

Chilcott, Mary, for Assault, 24 m 1 1 e 

Child, Joseph, and others, fur Adulteration, 

Ujllf 

Civry, Countess, see Dk Bah. 



Clarke, Mrs., and Thomas Barton, for Ill- 
treating Horses; 10/11/ 

Wra., for Criminal Assault, G /* 1 1 e 



Clayton, W. F., for Assault, 10/12 e 



Clevedon, William, for Drunkenness, 20 j 

10 e 

— CI fford. Col. Robt. C. Spencer, for Railway 
Act Offence, 25/11 rf— o m 11 f 

Coffee, Unfit for Use, Application to Des- 
troy, 11/11/ 

Cogar, Thos., for Forgery, 18 m II d 



Cole, WillUm, for Robbery, 9/11/ 

Coles, Henry, for Vaccination Offeaco, 25/ 

lie 

Collins, Cornelius, for Wilful Damage, 16 f 



11/ 



Raymond, for Embezzlement, 9 Til/ 



Conolly, Timothy, for Assault, 4 fn 1 1 e 



Conquest, — , for Adulteration, 21/11 d 

Cony, Arthur, for Selling Adulterated But- 
ter, 26 /He 
— — Conybearo, Henry, for Not Paying his Cab 
Fare, 11/11/ 

Cooper, George, for Felony, 29 /" II e 

Thos., for Embezzlement, 18/9 e— -28/ 

10 c 

Corbett, Louisa, for Stealing, 25/11 e 

Corsellis, — , for Adulteration, 28 mil f 

Cottercl, Robert, for Leaving a Train in 

Motion, 15/11/ 

Cox, George, for Selling Spirits Without a 

License, 14/ II e 

John, for Burglary, 31 w 11/ 

Joseph Cook, for Assaidt, 28 m II e 

Crambrook, Fred., for Burglary, 21 m 11/ 

Cranley, Julia, for Burglary, 19/ 12 « 

CroU, Col., about a Party Wall, 17/11 e— 

20/11 e 

Cullan, Ellen, for Starving her Children, IS 

/lid 

Dabber, William, for Stealing, 11/ II / 

Dacoster, Frederic, and another, for Bur- 
glary, 24 m II e 

Dagger, Wm. Christopher, for Assault, 20 

m lie 

Davey, Mary Ann, for Stealing, 13/ II e 

Davies, Bruce Cromwell, for Letter Steal- 
ing, 23/ lie 
— '- Dans, Fred., for School Board Offenc*, 2 n 
lid 



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Polioe {continued), 

Davis, John and Henry, and others, for 

Assault, &c., Sj9 a 

Mary Ann, for Cnielty to her Daughter, 



12 Will/ 

— De Bar, Countess, for Fraud, 28 j 10/— 30 
/ 7 c— 6/11 rf— 14/11 «- 21/11 c 

Deane, Thomas, for Attempted Suicide, 6 / 



11 e 

Wm., and others, for Unlawful Posses- 

aion. 28/11/ 

— Death, Wm., for Fraud, 6 w 11 e 

Dcfries, Messrs., for Factory Act Offenco, 



15yil€ 

— Denchase, Alex., for Unlawful Detention, 

n file 

Denman, Wm., for Railway Offence, 20 j 



10/ 

— Denning, Charles, for Attempting to Upset 
a Train, 23 mid/ 

— Denny, John, for Assault, 21 / 11 rf 

— Dickinson, Wm., for iN^uisance, IGji'll/ 

— Dickson, Samuel, for Furious Driring, 14 
m 11 « 

— Distress, Cases of, 18 m 11 e — 26 mil e 

— Donaldson, — , for Trade Union Outrage, 
12 m 10 e 

— Donoran, Jeremiah, for Attempted Suicide, 
5ille 

John, for Begging, 13^ 11 e 



Dow, John, for Forgery, 7./ 11 d 
Dowling, Louisa Fanny, for Cutting her 
Infants Throat, 31 wi 11/ 

— Dowthwait, Ilobt., and John Nicolls, for 
Burghiry, 26/11 c 

— Drew, John, for Stabbing, 12/11 e 
James, for Keeping a Ferocious Dog, 26 



/11« 

Ducket t, Sarah, for Adulteration, 21 ; 10 e 

Duffy, Bernard, for Adulteration, 13 m 



11 « 

— Duke, EmOy, for Attempted Suicide, 17/ 
11 e 

— Durham Rioters, 23/5 c 
Dwyer, Day id and another, for Assault, 18 

m 11 c— 25 m 11/ 

Dyas, Sam. and A. S. CattelL for Railway 
Offence, 4/- 11/ 

Eacott,*Wm., for Bigamy, 22 j 10 / 
Edmonds, James, for Assault, SJ II e 
Edwards, John, for Stealing, 6^ 11 c 
Emanuel, Alfred, for Abuse, 23 m 12 /* 
Emmerson, Charles, for Refusing a Custo- 
mer for his Omnibus, 11/11/ 

Esbrooke, George, for Adulteration, C m 
lie 

EYcrett, Joshua, for Wifo Assault, 20/ 
lid 

Ewer, Josepli, for Letting Passengers Leave 
on Omnibus in Motion, bO / 10 a 

— Extradition Cases, 5/ 11 s 

— Fagan, Joseph, for Embezzlement, 8 / 7 a 

— Foirhead, Clmrles, for Adulteration, 14 m 
11 « 

— FarreU, C, for Smoking in a Railway Car, 

siyijc 



Police (conlimed). 

Fcnwick, Eliza Ann, for Stealing, 24 m 11 e 

• — Fido, Charles, for Furious Driving, 3 i 9 cf 

Field, Henry French, for Deserting his 

Family, 21 > 10 « 

Filiation Order, 28 ; 10 f 



Finch, Frederick, for Abuse, 1 ; 11 c 

Fitzgerald, Capel, for Felony, 18 m 11 rf 

Fitzroy, Hon. F. W., for Sending a Threat- 
ening Letter, 14; 12 e— 21 ; 7/ 

Fleming, James, ard others, for Murder, 1 



— Fletcher William, for Letter Stealing, 7 wi 
11 « 

— to a Lad named Flew, for Cutting off tho 
Tails of Horses for his Mother's Support, 19 ; 
10/1 

— Flynn, John, for Threats, 8/70 
for Murder, 10/0/ 



— Fogarty and Iloyle, for Robbery, 10 j 5/ 

— Forjev, Carl, for Stealing, 17 /* 11 c 

— Foster, Arthur, for Assault, 19^ 12 e— 24 j 
12 f— 31 > 11 d—7fll e— 14/11/ 

Frank, and Capt. Courtenay, for Wrench- 



ing Knockers off Street Doors, 1 j 11 d 
Tray ton, for Embezzlement, 18/4 / 



^ Foubb, Lottie, for Not Paying* her Cab 

Fares, II fll f 

Fox, Elijah, for Assault, 10 /'12 c 

Frangraton, John, for Burglary, 7 fll d 

Fraser, Henry, for Charging more than his 

Fare, 5 J 11 / 

Freeman, Joseph, for Assault, 11 »t 13 6 

French, George, for Attempted Murder, 4 

/ll/— 5/Mll/ 

Fuller, George, for Illtreating a Horse, 11 

m 13 e 

Gadner, Fred., for Assault, 6/11 « 

Gardner, Thos., for Attempting to Steal, 18 

m 11 e 

Garland, Henry, for Stabbing, i:7./ 11 e 

Gamhara, Henry, for Manslaughter, 7 m 

Garratty, Rose, for Stealing, 14 »i 11 « 

Garrett, Joseph, for Assault, 17 vi 13 / 

Gatford, Wm., for Assault, 17 m 13/ 

Gaudcn, Joseph, for Cnieltv to a Horse, 27 

; 10 c 
Gfrorer, Herman, for Stealing, 5 i» 11 e— 12 

m 11 e-13}/i lie 
Giacometti, Mrs. and her Son, for Assault, 

Ujlle 

Gibson, John William, for Fraud, 21 j 10 e 

Gilbert, Herbert, for Burglary, 18 ;« 11 J 

Walter, and Frank Hill, Butchers, for 



Selling Diseased Meat, 25/7 </ 

— Giraud, Andre, for Fraud, &c.. 14/11 « — 
19yi2e 

— Glendcning, William, for Stealing, 13 m 
11 d 

— Godwin, James, for Larceny, 4 m 7 e 

— Goodman, Kate, for Obsconding from her 
Situation, 7/* 11/ 

Gordon, Margaret, for Attempting to Steal, 



17 w 13/ 

— Gower8, John, for Adulterating Milk. 2C 5 



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Folioe (continued). 

-— ~ Qradj, Mary Ann, for Stabbing, 29 m 11 c 

Graham, — , for Libel, 87 11 e 

Qmnt, Cooper, for Stealing, 2^11 d— U / 

lie 
— '^ Green, Joseph, for Selling Unwholesome 

Meat, 23/11/— 27 w 11 « 

John, for Burglary, 19 m 11 e 

_ for Railway Offence, 17/11 e 

. Thomas, for Attempting to Liberate a 

Prisoner, 23 j 10 e 
_~ Greenfield, George, for Store Shop Offence, 

5 IN He 
— Greenwood, Jolm Peter, for Assault, 1 j 

lie 
Greenyard, Henry, for "Wilful Damage, 7 j 

He 

Gregory, Lewis, for Railway Offence, 80 / 



7e 

— Griffiths, Edwin Jonathan, and another, for 
Steahng, 19 mild 

— Halliday, Thos., and others, for Conspiracy, 
23 j e e-24 ; 7 c— 26 ; 5/ 

— Hamblin, — , for Smoke Nuisance, 12/11 e 
Hankson, Henry, and another, for Disturb- 



ance, &2., IC m 11/ 
— Harden, Wm. and Samuel Harding, for 

BurgUry, 7j 11 e— Uj 11 f 
Hardiman, John, for Cruelty to a Horse, 19 

fllf 
Hardiman, John, for Cruelty to a Horse, 19 

/lie 

Hare, John, for Assault, 23 j 12 d 

Harley, Francis, for Embezzlement, 25 / 



He 



Harper, — , for Fraud, 22 i 10 e 
Harris, Henry, for Assaidt, Gjlle 
WiUiam, for Assault, 5/11/ 



— Harrison, Benjamin, for Robbery, 25/11 e 
—3 III lie 

— Hart, Henry, for Assault, 15 j 11/ 
Hartfleld, Henry, for Adulteration, 16 wi 



11/ 



Hastie, Edwin, for Stealing, lOy 12 e 
Hayes, Ann, for Assault, 19 w 11 rf 
Patrick, for Assault, 20 j 10 e 



— Haynes, James, for Adulterating Milk, 14 
file 

— Hoarn, Alonzo John, for Bigamy, 11 w 13e 
Mrs., to Complain against the Police, 23 



m12/ 

— Hearty, John, and another, for Illtreatisg 

a Horse, 25 m 11/ 

— Helmore and Scott, for Waterman's Act 
Offence, 14/11 e 

Helmsworth, Fred., for Abuse to his Wife, 



13/11 e 

— Heneker, Henry Wm., for Fraud, 22 j 10 e 

—29 ; 10 e 

— Herbert, James, for Burglary, 11/11/ 

for SteaUng, 18/11 c^ 



Herzfeld, Albert Geo., for Embezzlement, 

21 ; 10 d 
Ilesbrook, George, for Adultcrali )n, 14 m 

lie 
— IlewBon, Chas., for Stealing, 13 wile 



^\i* ^_ rto rf* ^ i u 



Police (continued). 

Hul, Edw. and Augustus, for Adulterating 

Milk,6/lle— 7illrf 
— *— Hillier, James, for Wife Assault, 4 m 11 < 

Hinton, R. J., ifor Railway Offence, 7 wt 11/ 

Thomas, for Felony, 10 f H /— 23 



J lie 

— Hoare, Geo., for Stealing, 16/11 e 

Hopkins, Benjamin, for Abducting a Giil 



Away for an Immoral Purpose, 16 in 11 e 

— Hoskyns, Sergt.,for Selling Beer Without a 
License, 11/8 6 

— Horrigan, Mary, for Drunkenness, 24/11/ 
Howard, Phoebe, for Wilful Damage, 2 jF 



He 

— Howe, George, for Assault, 9 J 11/ 

— Hoy land, Ann, for Felony, 6j 11 e 

— Hudson, Charles, for Stealing, A fllf 

— Humy, Defaucheuc d', and another, for 
Assault, 5/11 e 

— Hunt, James, for Murder, 18 m 5 6 

— Hunt, John, for Stealing, 11 in 13 e 

— Hunter, a Shipowner, for Sending an 
Unscaworthy Ship to Sea, 10 j 5/ 

— Huxley, James, for Selling Liquor at a 
Prohibited Hour, 28 m 11 e 

— In wood, Geo., for Assault, 13 m 11 c 

— Irvine, Edw., for Railway Offence, 24 » 
He 

Ison, Hannah, for Adulterating Milk, 26 j 



lie 

— IvisoB, James, for Unlawful Detention, 24 
m 11 e 

— Jackson and Shaw, for Non-Payment of 
his Workmen, 13/ H d 

— James, Richard, for Cutting and Wounding, 
25wliy 

— Jameson, Henry James, for Non-Payment 
of his Cab Fare, 6/11 e 

— Jenkins, Thomas, for Burglary, 21/11 d 

— Jennings, Robert, for Manslaughter, 19 j 
12 e 

— Johnson, Henry, for Indecent Assault, 3 j 
9d 

Jas., for SelUng Bread Without Weighing 



it, 13 m 11 d 

for SteaUng, 2/11/ 



John, for Stealing, 4 in 11 c 

Wm., for Not Sending his Children to 

School, 12/Hc 

Thos., for Causing an Obstruction, 21 



mil/— 23 m 12 e 

— Jones, Edward, for Felony, 26 j 6/ 

and Geo. Lee, for Stealing, 29^ 10 e 



Esther, for Stenling, 29/ 10/ 
Harriett, for Attempted Suicide, 24/ 11 e 
John, for Adulteration, 6 111 11/ 
— Wm., for Neglecting his Duty, 26/ 11 e 
and his Wife, for Assistance, 27/10 



e— 17/11/ 

Mary, for Adulteration, 6 m 11 



He 



14 m 



— Keats, William, and Henry Burrage*, for 
Assaulting a Prison Warder, 8 / 4 c 

— Kelly, Collin, for Attempting to Murder his 
Brother, 24 f 11 e— 3 wile 



Mar. 81, 1874.] palmeb's ihdbz to " the times ^ newspapxb. 



Pol 



Police (^continued). 

King, Chaa., for Stealing 7/11/ 

John, for Non-Payment of his Cab Faro, 

18/11 d 

Kleden, Fred., for Forgery, 30 m 13 d 

Knight, — , for Board of Works Offence, 11 
w 13 c— 12 m 11 e 

John, for Burglary, 5 / 11 « 

Thos., for Stealing, 24 / U « 



— I#angthorne, Edvrard, for Threats, 7 m 11 / 

— Langton, Joim, and John Whitehead, for 
Personation, 26/6 e — 3 m 6h 

Leary, John, for Assault, 3/110 
Lee, Henry, for Fraud, 12 m 11 e 
Lemot, M., and his Mistress Aug. Attagnant, 

for Forgery of French Bank Notes, 30y 7 a 
Lester, George, for Drunkenness when on 

Duty as Signalman, 7 ; 5/ 

— Lewes, Henry, for Drunkenness, 8 ji' 1 1 « 

— Lewis, Geo., for Summonses, 17 m 13 / 
Key. T. C, for Indecent Assault, ^ m5 d 



— Leyde, Bobt., for Passing a Toll, 13/ 11 c 

— Lincoln, Alfred, for Burglary, 5jllJ 

— Lloyd, John Ballard, for Refusing to Work, 
22 j 10 / 

— Logger, Caroline, for Stealing, 7/11/ 

— Lopez, Geo. Ludlow, for Robbery, 5^ 11 e 

— Lucy, Fred. C, for Assault, 6 ;n 11/ 

— Lnegi, Antonio, for Lodging House Act 
Offence, 5 ; 11/ 

Luie, Jean, for Perjury, / 10 a — 10 j 11 e 



—19 I* 11 rf— 23y 6 c— 2C y 11 rf— 30i 7 rf— 13 
/12 5-6in lie 

a Man of Colour, for Stealing, 4/11 e 



— 11/"11/ 

Lund, Wm. Henry, for Not Paying his 
Cab Fare, 15 j He 

— Lynch, Eli2!abeth, for Stealing, 6 wi 11/ 
John, for Larceny, Q mil e 

Lyons, Mrs., for Selling Bad Wines, &c., 9 



; 11« 

— Macarthy, Chas., and others, for Burglary, 
12/11/ 

MAcdonald, John, for Attempted Theft, 3j 



9d 



Mackman, William, for Stealing, 23 j 11 e 
Macrow, Mr., for Non-Payment of Expenses, 



2jne 

— Maggs, Anthony, for Stealing, 18 w 11 rf 

— Maguire, Robert, for Fraud, 5 / 11 e 

— Malpas, Chas., for Murder, 2 /« 5/ 

— Malrisi, Alfred, for Embezzlement, 13 



m 



lie 



11/ 



Man, for Stealing Boats, 3 to 1 1 c— 4 to 11 / 
Mansfiold, Alfred, for Drunkenness, 11 / 



Maratte, Jean Ed., for Perjury, 18/ 11 c 

Margaretson, Christiana, Application to 

Find, 7/ lie 

MtLTiik, Vinccnzo de, and Chas. Lennard, for 

Wounding, 29^10 6 

Marks, Herbert, for Beating a Cat to Death, 

16 mile 

Marousson, Arsena Planteau, for Not Pay- 



ing his Cab Faro, 25/ II e 

— Marshall, — , for Furious Driring, 21 to 11/ 



Police (continued), 

Marshall, Edwin M., for Rdlway Offcnoe, 

21/ 10 e 

Marsham, Robt., and others, for Stealing, 



20/11 e 

— Martin, Fred., for Adulteration, 28 ; liy 
for Furious Riding, 11 m 18 e 



Robt., for Felony, 12^ 11 d 



— Maunsell, Capt., for Assault on the Duke 
of Cambridge, 8 / 9/— 15 j 8 a 

Maynard, Wra., for Furious Driving, 12 / 



lie 



McCarthy, James, for Fraud, 10 / 11 / 

M'Creery, Nath., for Assault, 27 /U e 

McLean, Wm., for Assault, 23/ il rf 

for Wounding, 20 j 10 e 

Meakin, George, for Riilway Offence, 13 w 

lid 

Mears, Herbert, for Forgery, 18/ 11 c 

Medhurst, Jas., for Administeiing Ammonia, 

21; lOe 

Merivale, Henry, for Stealing, 28 m 1 1 e 

— Merrifield, Richard, for Neglect of Duty, 

12/11 e 

Merritt, Henry, for Assault, 15,/ 11^ 

Michael, J. W., for Assault, 16/11 e 

Migliaressi, Grosino Peter, for Fraud, IGj 

11 c— 23 /lie 
Miles, Joseph, and others, for Adulteration 

of Milk, lOjllf 

Millard, D. B., for Drunkenness, 23/ 11 e 

Miller, Jeremiah, for Stealing, 31/11 d 

Mimes, David, for Abuse, 3^ 11 e 

Menty Lender — Application to Recover a 



Paper from, 4 /* 1 1 e 

— Monk, F. W., for Forgery 16/11 c— 20/ 
lle~27/lle— 13to11c 

— Montague, Charles, for Fraud, 9y 11/ 

— Moore, Thos., and another, for Burglary, 
27 TO He 

Morcarty, Edw., and others, for Fraud, 20/ 



11 rf 



jlOe 



Morris, John, for Shooting, 5j 5 e 
— Professor, for Manslaughter, 28 / 12 d 
Samuel, and J. N. Smith, for Assault, 21 



Wm., and Robt. Whiten, for Wilful 
Damage, 31 7 11 c^ 

— Mulley, Wm. Salmon, Inquiry for, 24 y 12 d 

— Munns, Geo., for Stealing, 12 ?« 11/ 

— Murphy, Mrs. Margaret, to Rescind a Pro- 
tection Order, 29 j 10 e— 2 m 11 d 

— Musto, Joseph, and Alfred Tiller, for As- 
sault, 19/11 c 

— Nash, Charles Barnes, for Forgerv-, 14 /U 
e-20/llrf 

— Neal, Henry, foi Keeping a Ferocious Doar, 
13/llrf 

— Newton, James, for Wounding, 20/ 10 e 

— Nicol, George, for Board of Works Offence, 
12 mil/ 

— Nixon, Thos., for Stealing, 7 / 11 e 

— Noakes, Henry, for Petroleum Act Offence, 
14 TO He 

— Norra.an, Mary, and Mary Ann Keefc, for 
Assault, 5 ; 11 e 



Pd 



PALMBB'8 IMDSX to '* THE TI1CB8 ** NEWSPAPKB. 




Police (^continue^, 

baring thdr Children Yaccinated, 7 i 11 d-^ 

26/11 e 

Obstruction, Sammonses for, 18/11 d 

Oblson, Alex., for Not Joining his Ship, 19 

Osborne, Charles, for Not Giring up his 

Licence, 8/ 11 e 
— ' — Herbert B., for Assault, 14 i 11 e 
Osgood, Peter, for Infringing the New Li- 
censing Act, 29 / 10 e 

Owen, Humphrey, for Beating his Wife, 1 



yilc 

— Oxlaj, J. E., for Adulteration, 7 in 11 / 

— Palmer, Charles, for Smoking in a Train, 6 
/ll e 

— Parker, William, for Assault, djlle 
for StenUng, 19/11 d 



Parrott, John, for Stabbing, 1 ; 11 rf 

Partridge, John, for Stealing, IO7 11/ 

Pattison, John, for Nuisance, 14 mil e 

Paul, William, for Burglary, 18 mild 

— Perry, Carter and another, for Hanslaugh- 

ter, 1 f'6 s 
Piddick, Richard, for Wife Assault, 28 ; 

11/ 
— — Pigeon, Henry, and Four other Lads, for 

Incendiarism, 2Hj 10 /* 

Pill, Edwin, and other Agricultural Union 

Delegates, for Riot, &c., 2S/10/ 

Podd, Samuel, and Geo. Smith, for Bur- 
glary, 29^10 « 

Polland, William, for Stealing, 3 7n 1 1 e 

Pool, Elizabeth, for Workhouse Offence, 4 

/ll/ 
Porrock, Thomas, and Mary Ann Cook, for 

SteaUng, 20/11 rf— 2 m 11 d 
Porter, Edwin, for Railway Offence, 30 m 

13 <t 
Potter, Edw., for Buying Stolen Property, 

12 mil/ 
Price, Sarah, for a Protection Order, 28 ; 

10/ 

Prescott, Amy, for Stealing, 30 m 13 « 

Prudence, Patrick, and Thos. Thur^er for 

Tlireats, m^* ll« ^ 

Quin, Catherine, Inquiry after, 9 fllf 

Rains, Rupert, for Libel, 1 1 m 13 c 

Ramsay, Thos. jun., for Absence from his 

Work. 2/11/" 
Ransom, James, for Doubtful Possession, 

lij 11 e— 21 ilOd 
Rawdiffe, Thos., for Cruelty to Dogi, 12 f 

12 r 
Rawlings, Thos., for Embezzlement, 26 / 

lis 

lUece, Harriet*, for Burglary, 24/7/ 

Reeves, Catherine, for Drunkenness, 9 / 

11 e 

Rice, William, for Stealing, 13 m lie 

Richards, Edw., for Stealing, 12 w 11/ 

Ricliardson, William, for Obstructing aik 

Officer in his Duty, 13/ 11 e 
Kichmoud Vestry for Not Diverting the 

Sewage of Richmond from the Tii;imc8, 1 j 

10 d 



Police (conttnuedj. 

Riley, George, and Joseph Hargrares, for 

Intimidation, 12 J 11/ 

Roberts, — , for Adulteration, 80 m 18 c 

Geo., for Stealing, 16; 11 e 

Robinson, James, for Unlawful Possession, 

ejlle 

for Letter Stealing, 14 / 11 « 



— Robson, Richard, for Stealing, 20 j 10 e 

— Rodger, David, to Obtain Advice against a 
Servants' Registry Office, 22 / 10 e 

— Rogers, Chas., for Keeping a Ferocious Dog 
Without being Muzzled, 17 m 13/ 

Edw., and Wm. Jewell, for Burglary, 3 



/ll/ 

Robt., for Assault, 3 fll e— 20/U d 



— Royal, David George, for Burglary, 27 / 
11/ 

— Rozsolvolgyi, Louis, for Fraud, 13/11 «~ 
18/11 c 

— Russell, Edw., for Neglecting his Family, 26 

/lie 

and Wm. Thompson, for Burglary, 3 m 



llf^lOm 11/ 

Rutherford, George de Magnise, for Fraud, 



177 10/— 7/11 / 

— Ryan, Thos., for Burglary, 26/ 11 e 

— Sager, James Gardner, for Debtor*s Act 
Offence, 7m He 

— Saggee, Caroline, for Stealing, 31 7 11 d 
Salmon, Percy, for Railway Offence, 17 ; 



10/ 
Scannell, Daniel, and Edw. Buckley, for 

Burglary, 10/ 12 c 
^hool Board Summonses, 21 j 10 rf — 14/ 

11 «— 21/11 rf— 27/11 €—6 m 11 e 
Schuster, John, for Wilful Damage, 17 73 

13/* 
Seamen, Five, for Refusing to do Duty, 17 

jGf— 22 j 12(/— 27/9C 

Seven, for Mutiny, 14^ 6 e 

^— Twelve, for Refusing to do Duty. 16 i 5 c 

Sears, Thos., for Wife Assault, 12 ; 11 c 

Self, Charles, for Fraud, 4 mil e 

Selman, T. G., for Wounding, 17/11 <? 

Semple, Charles, for Assault, 18/11 c— 19 

flld 

Sera, Lewis John, for Fraud, 23/11 e 

Seymour, Charles, for Forgery, &c., 13 j 

lie 

Shave, Douglas, for Drunkenness, 6^ 11 e 

Shepherd, John, for Stealing, 9 ; 11 e 

George, for Assault, 12/ 11 c 

Sheppard, James, for Keeping his Rifle, 8/ 

Us 
Shepperd, Alfred, for Drunkenness, 24 / 

Us 
Short, Edw., for Drunkenness, 26 / 11 « 

Showett, Mr., for Railway Offence, 28 / 

11/ 

Simpson, Christopher, for Burglary, 27 w 

11 b 

Sims, Henry, for Deserting his Ship, 9 f 

11/ 
Skinner, Wm., and James Davey, for Break- 
ing their Contract, 11 fllf 



Uar. 31, 1874.] palhisb's index to " thk times " NEwdi>A.PEtt. 



M 



Police (continued), 

Slade, Benj., for Assault, 20 m 11/ 

Henry, for Adalteration, H »i 11 e 

^-^ Slate, John* for Garotting, 29 / 10 e 

Smith, Christopher, for Stealing, 27 m 11 6 

Ellen, for Stealing, 10 mile 

Frclerick, for Assault, 6 / 10 6 

Fred. Chas., for Fraud, 28 »i 11 e 

Geo. William, for Fraud, 25 wi 11 e 

— John Leonard, for Stealing and his Sister 

and another, for Rcceiring, 2G/11 e—b m He 

—12m lie 

Joseph, and another, for Stealing, 11 m 



13 e 



and John Mills, for Unlawful Posses- 
sion, dm 11/ 
Mr., for Cruelty to a Horse, 24 m 11 e 

for Illegal Pledging, 19 m 11 </— 26 m 



II e 
S« — W. H., for Hallway Offence, li mil/ 

William, for Assault, 18/11 c 

for Burglary, 29 / 10 c— 5/ 11 / 

. — and Caroline, for Gambling, 3.; 9 (i 

• and Harriet, for Assault, 13 j 11 c 
Smithers, Ebcnezer, for Disturbance, 10 m 

11 « 
Smyth and Hodgers, for Fraud, 15 i 6 6—20 

jBd 

Spoile, Josiah, for Adulteration, 21 »i 11 / 

Spring, H., for Smoking in a Railway Car, 

3i;il« 

— Steadman, John, for Burglary, 6/11 e — Sj 
He 

Steam Stoker Company, for Registration 

Offence, 26 m 11 e— 31 mile 

• — Steer, John, and another for Railway Of- 
fence, 2/11/ 

• Thomas, for Disgraceful Conduct, 28 m 

He 

— Steers, Rebecca, for Adnce, 6 m 11/— 11 m 
13 e 

Stephen, Ellen, for Wilful Damage, 81 m 

11/ 
Stetheland, Robt. Bruce, Inquiry for, 12/ 

11/ 
• — Sterens, George, for Assault, 26 m 11/ 

Stewart, Gordon John, for Assault, 25 / 

He 
Stokes, Wm., for Indecently Assaultbg a 

Man, 5/11 e 
• — Stone, Cyrus, for Repeated Violation of 

Giris,6/10</ 
• — Sudbury, Charles, for Working a Horse in 

aa Unfit State, 16 m He 

SulliTan, John, for Assault, 10 w 11 / 

Patrick, for Neglecting his Wife, 28 J 

11/ 

Thos., for Assault, 10 ji' 11/ . 

Sunday Trading Cases, 8 j 11 e— 22/ 10/ 

-6/11 e— 17 / 11 e-23 / 11 /— 25 fll cf— 

81 m 11/ 

SutcUffe, Robt, for Jorgery, 19y 11 cf 

Suter, Geo. and Wm., for Embezzlement, 8 

/He 

Sweet, — , for Wife Murder, 4/ 10 c 

■ Talbot, Elizabeth, for Fraud, 25 m 11 e 



Police {coniinue^), 

Tallant, James, for Refusing to hare his 

Child Vaccinated, 9 / 11 / 

Tanner, Henry, for Stabbing, 1 ; 10 rf 

Tapley, Wm., and others, for Assault?, 13 

/ll d ' 
— ^ Taylor, James, for Disorderly Conduct, 12 

m 11/ 

Jbseph, for Robbery, 14 »« 11 e 

Thoft,, for Assault, 31/ 11 rf 

Thomas, George, for Navigation Offence, 

18/11 c 

John, for Gambling, 28/ 10 f 

Thompson, — , an Inquiry after, 21 m 11 ./ 

Dr. Symes, for Railway' Offence, 24 / 



12 (/ 



Thornicroft, William, for Attempted Sui- 
cide, 14/11 e— 10/ 11 /— 19 ; 12 6 
— *- Donations for the Widow, 29/ 10/ 

— ^ Tiemey, John, and James Morrcll, for 
RoWej}', 20/'ll d 

Tipple, Thos., for Selling Diseased Meat, 

28/11 e 

Tonnett, M'illiam. and another, for Bur- 
glary, 18 m 11 e 

Trigger, Mrs., for giving a False Character, 

8/lle 

Tyler, Geoige, for Embezzlement, 2 / 11 c 

— Unkles, — , for VioUting the Ballot Act, 14 
/ 9 /--IS/ 6 a 

Vallart, Richard, for Threats, 2/11 f 

Vandroff, Ryland, for Running Over a 

Toung Women, 9/11/ 

Vann, Walter, and another, for SteaUng, 27 

mil 6 

Vemer, Sir William, for Cab Fare, 26 / 

11 e 

Walker, Arthur, for Keeping a Ferocious 

Dog, 14/11 e 

Waller, Ann, for Stealing, 10 m H • 

Walsh, Morris, for Possessing Stolen Goods, 

80 m 13 e 

William, for Embezzlement, 10 m 11 e 



— Walters, James, for Disobeying Orders, 4 
m 11a 

— Ward, George Henry, for Adulteration, 7 / 
11 e 

James, for Attempted Suicide, 6/11 e 

Richard, for Adulteration, 12 9 11 d 



Wannsley, James, and another, for Railway 

Offence, 3 j 9 d 

— Warren, Edward, for Railway Offence, 9 / 
11/ -^ . ' ' 

— Waterfall, Wilham and Mary Jane, fer 
Causing a False Entry in a Marriage Register, 
10/12e— 11 /-ll/ 

Watkins, Nicholas, for Adulteration, 8 / 

11 e 
Watling, J. D., for Learing his School with. 

out Leave, 23/11/ 
James Daniel, for Harbouring his Son, 5 

m 11 f 
Watmore, John, for Wilful Damage, 26 m 

11 e 
Watson, George, for Refractory Conduct, 6 

i 11 e 



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>> 



PALMER 8 INDEX TO ** THE TIMES NEWSPAPEU. 



[Jan. lo io 



Police (contiw.'cd). 

Walts, Arthur John, for Drunkenness, IG 

Thos., for Adulteration, 19 m 11 e 



Webster, John, for Wife Assault, 13/11 d 
Thomas, for Stealing, 27 J 10 e 



— \Vcll8, John, for Forgery, 2/11/ 

— Wchh. Michael, for Wife Assault, 5 J II e 

— West, Wni., for Manslaughter, 4/ 11 e 

f(»r Masters and Servants Act Offence, 

27 m 11 6 

— West End Employers' Institute, Complaint 
:• gainst, 29; 10 e 

Weston, Benjamin Samuel, for Cutting and 



Wounding, 11 »« 13 c— 18 w 11 d 
Jamcji, for Robberies, 24 wile 



11/ 



V/hceler, Charles, for Uailway Offence, 9/ 



Wholdon, Juhn, for Stealing, 17 mi 13 f 

— Whito. Mary, for Kobbing Ciiildren in the 
Streets, 12 / lie 

William, for Assault, 2Sj 11 e 

— Whitchurch and Ward, for Fraud, 3 7 9c 
Wilis ing, Wra., and Charles Usher, for At- 



tempting (o Upset a Kailway Train, 4 w G /* 
— Whittington, James John, for Assaulting 
his Mother, 12 j" 11 c 

Willett, Mary, for Attempted Suicide, 30 m 



13 e 



— Williams, Edw., for Assault, 13 j 11 c 

— Wills, Governor, for Embezzlement, 5 wi 7 a 

— Wilson, John Wm., for Embezzlement, 18/ 
lid 

— Wintcmiantel, John, for Detaming Goods, 
ijlld 

— Wood, James, and John Smith, for Stealing 
a Horse and Van, 5^11 

Jane, for Stealing, 17 ^0 / 

Patrick, for Forgery, 7i 11 rf 

Saml., for Railway <)ffence, 19 wi 11 e 

William, for Assault-, 81 mil J 



— Woodcock, John, for Felony, 7 / 11 d 

— Wright, Henry, for Selling Diseased Meat, 
28/11 e 

Lewis, and others, for Conspiring to In- 



jure Miss Kate Santley, 21 m 11 e 
Young, Miss Annie, for Attempted Suicide, 

Oill/-lG;ll/ 
Donations for, 19 ; 12 e— 21 j 10 c— 27 

;10«-28;10/-2/ll/-3/ll/-l4/ll/ 

—24/11 /• 

Man, for Burglary, Oj lie 

for SteaUng, 15/11 /— 10 m 1 1 / 



Police — Increase of Pay to at Bristol, 2^ 11 c 
Employment of County as Inspectors of 

Nuisances, 7j 7/— 9y 5 c— 18j 7 b 

Kindness Experienced by, 18/11 « 

No Night Charges at Southwark, the First 

Time Since the Court was Opened, 28/ 1 1/ 

City Courts, 2 rw 1 1 / 

Vigilance of, 24 m 12 c 

Political Amenities, 7 / G 6 

Crises in England — the Debats on, 7 »/i 5/ 

Politics and Thievirg — Case of M. Bignon and 

his Wife, 6 m 5 rf 
Poor Benefices, Notes about, 28 m 11/ 
T^atft. A nniiftl Return. 12 f9 a 



Pope, Anti-Ultramontane Meeting in Berlin, 11 

flf 
Election of a New, Papal Decree about, 13 

jl0c^lGj5b 

Text of, 16 7 10 b 

and the German Emperor, Meeting about, 

Earl llussoU's Note on, 22 j If 

Sympathetic Meetings with Germany at 



St. James' Hall, &c., 'l^j 5 c 
at Exeter Hall, 28 / 5 e 



the Gctman Press on the English Meet- 
ings, 30 J 5 a 

Counter Demonstration of the Roman Ca- 



tholics, 7/10 e— 9/5 6-10/ 6/— 11/ 10 c 

Pius IX. Encyclical, 19 ?« 5 rf 

the Univ.rM and the Monde on, 20 m 12 « 

Porcelain, Old, Price Sale List of a Collection of, 

■ 27 m 8 c— 28 m 9 e 

Pork, Salted, Import Returns, 24/ 7 c 

Port Sanitary Authorities, 12/12 6 

of London, Geography of, 23 in 9 6 

Official Statistics, 21 m 9/ 

Port Wine, Notes on the Manufacture of, 5 ; 7 c 

Ports of South Wales, IG m 10 b 

Portsmouth (Lord) on Labourers' Cottages, 7 / 

12 ^»— 13 ;• 8 a 
POETUOAii :— 

Colonial Estimates, 23 wi 7 b 

Court Circular, 5j 5 c 

Funeral Service in Memory of the Grand 

Mother of the Empress of Brazil, 28 i 5 b 

Illness of the Abp. of Braga, 19^5 a 

Military Prisoners, Ofob 

Sanitary Notices, 13 j 5 c— 17 jG c— 21; 



5b 



Opening of the Cortes, 3 / 8 a 



Post to Brazil, 19> 6/ 

Office Economy, 2if7 a— 26/ 7 b 

Money Order and Savings Bank OiEces, 

Alterations &c. 30^ 11 rf— 26/12 b 

Employes, and the New Post Master, 14 



mdf 



New Genei^al, Opening ot with a Conyer- 



sazione, 2/12 c 

Savings Banks, Notes about, Sj Of- 



12 a—Gj 10 c 

Servants, Meeting of, 22 / 5 6 

Public Meeting for Increase of Pay, &c„ 



12 fid 
Postal Changes, 13^ 6 6—4/ 12 6— 24/7/— 3 

mGd 
Communication Between Paris and Italy, 3 

m 7 b 

Notices, Gj G «— 10 m Gf 



Potatoe Beetle, 10 m 5 d 

Disease— Proof, 13 j 7 rf— 17 /12 6—3 « 

Ge 

New Enemy to in America, 9 jf 7 c — 12 f If 

Potatoes, Return of Imports, 12 j 9 e — 13 m 10/ 

Value of Imports; 11/11/ 

Potter (George) Free Brea7fast Table, 3 m 5/- 

5 m 6 c 

en the Labour Laws, 30 »i 12 e 

on the Royal Commission on the Labour 

Laws, 17 m 9/ 
Poultry and Game Imports of Foreign, 15 j 4 e 

Pnur^irn LnnHwit PnlliArii&a QA m A h 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmeb's index to ** the times " NEWfiPAPEB. 



Qnt 



F«wnaU (R. E.) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 

17/lOa 
Preaching and Sion Collegv, 12 m 6/ 
Premature Anticipations— the Elections Viewed 

from America, 12/G f 
Presence of Mind in a Young Child, 16 fOc 
Press and Actions for Libel, 12/6 a 
PSES3 FBOSEGUTIOKS :— 
the Ami dt rOrde, for Personal Attack on 

the President, 2ljoa 

the Augsburger Alhyf mine Zeitung, for Libel f 

lojbh 

the Broad Arrow, for Libel, 10 / 11 c 

— the Manchester Guardiany for Libel, 15^56 

tha Times, for Libel, 10/11 «— 11 /ll a 

the Western Daily Mercury, for Libel, 17 m 

12 e 
Preaton Great Horse Fair, 10 ; 9 « 
Prevention of Diseases, OfBcial Orders about, SO 

i6/ 
Prevoat (Lt. Col.) on the Ashantec War, 21 / 8 c 
Pri<5e (\V. F.) Murderel at Santiugo, Letter to 

his Parents, 2 m 10 e 
Prideaux ( W. F.) on the Fate of Dr. Livingstone, 

13/8 & 
Prince Consort Statue on the Uolbom YiaducK 

the Donor, 19 7 10 c 

Imperial, Birthday of, 21 / 12 a— 23/8 6— 

26/10 a— 5 m 10 c— 13 m 8 a— 14 m 6 a—lG m 

6 a — 1() »i 8 a & e 

Majority, Due de Padrue on, 17 / 12 6 

Imposing Demonstration at Chislehurst 



on, 17 m 7 c— 18 m 5 6—19 m 9 /"— 24 m 12 f 

Notes about, 18 /" 7 c— 16 m 8 6 

Supplementary ^ains to Chislehurst on, 

14 m 9/ 
Primting for Congress, 6j 6a 
P rivate BiU Legishition, 13i 11 e 
PKTVT OOUNOIL:— 

New Members, 4/7 6— 25/8 rt— 25/9/ 
— 4 m 8 a — 11 m 9 a 

Backwood and another v, London Chartered 
Bank of Australia — Judgment, 29y 11 a 
Bear and another v, Stevenson and another. 



22yiOc— 23y Vhd 

Brindabun Chunder Sircar Chovdry 



r. 



Brindabun Chunner doy Cbowdry, G m 1 1 a 
the City of Cambridge, 23 m 13 </ 
Collector of Trichinepoly v. Peddo Amani 

and another, 14 j 10 a— 15 jlOh 

— Colonial Bank of Australasia r. Willan, 5 m 
11a— 25 in 11 6 

— tho JSuxine — Judgment, 12 fll b 
Ooula Kooer v. Kooer Singh, 25 m 1 1 6 
the KjobenKavn — Judgment, 18 y 10/ 
Lindsay Petroleum Company v. Hurd and 

others, 21 j 10 a 

Mackay v. Commercial Bank of New Bruns- 
wick, 14/116 
•Tndnment, 16 m 10 e 

— MacUaa and the Bank of New Zealand v. 
Macandrew and others, 12 ui 11 a 

— Malak Chand Bhugwaw Das v, Mirza Ab- 
duUaBeg, 11m 13 6 

— Mohummud Bahador Khan and another v. 



Privy Council (continued), 

the Muriel Judgment, 18 m 11 e 

Muttu Ramalinge Satupati v, VerynmntLf' 

agan Filial, 26 J 11 a 
Nilcomul Lahiree v. Bhoebunnessurro 

Debbya, 23/ 11 a— 27 /"ll a— 25 m 11 b 

the /STor— Judgment, 23 m 13 rf 

Olhigappa Chetti u, Arbuthnot, 17^ 10 6 

Pedda Amani and tnother v. Zemindar of 

Marungapuri, 14 ; 10 a— 15 j 10 6 

Port Canning Company r. Smith, 7/ lid 



Rajah Matter Ramalnige v. Peryamaygain 

Pillar 19 J 11 a 
Muttu Ramalinga Satupati o. Perianaya- 

gum PiUai, 19 w 11 c 

Seth Kughbadgal and another v. Arjoon 



Singh and another— Judgment, 20/ 11 a 
Stewart v. the Delhi and London Bank — 



Judgment, 19/11 6 

Tacoordeen Tewarry v, Nawib Syed AU 

Aosklin Khan &c., 7 m 11 a 

Taniee Chum Gangooly and others v, Wat- 
son an(\ others —Judgment, 19/11 6 

Ujhol Mundul v. Sona Babee, 6/11 c 

Probate, Legacy and Succession Duties, 27/5 d 

Proctor (1^. A.) on the Transit of Venus, 6/7 rf 

Progress, 18/10 6 

Protection of Property in the City— Key at the 
Police Offices, 15 j 5 c 

Protestant England:— no Papist Returned to 
Parliament in Great Britain, 16/6/ 

Provident Life Office, 23 ; 7 6 

Clerks Mutual Life Association, 5/7 6 

Pryer (Arthur) on Brewers and the Qovernmenty 
17i7/ 

on Brewers' Licenses, 27 m 7 6 

Public Income and Expenditure, 3 ; 5 /— 14 / 6 c 
— 21i 6 e— 28 i 11 6—4 fll rf— 11/7 6—18/ 
6 6—26/7 6—4 m 6 6—11 m 8c— 18 m 76— 25 
fit 7 6—26 m 10 / 

Question for the Treasury about, 6766 

Schools, List of Governing Bodies, 8^9/ 

— Commission, Meetings, I77 5 c — 17 / 7 6 



Servants in Parliament, 16 i 6/ 

Pullman Car Company, 24 i 6 ^ 

Kailway Cars, 23 m 9 e 

Pusey (Rev. £. B.) on the Proposed New Ecde- 

siastical Court, 19 m 10 /— 24 m 10 </— 30 m 

12 d 

Notes about, 23 m 1 1 /— 25 m6d 

Punch, an Independent Elector's Lament, 11 / 6 e 

Letting Loose an Irish Gentleman, 18 m 6 d 

^— Opportune of King Coffee, I9m5 d 

Putting it Shorter, 25 m 7 a 

Refinements of Modern Speech, 6/9 « 

Shirley Brooks, 4 in 10 r 

Slight to the City King 19 m 12 d 

Q. 
" Qualis ab Incepto," 17 m 12 /* 

Quarantine, an Incident in, 6 ; 7 e 

for Cattle, 7 m 12 c 

in Madeira, 18/6 c 

Notes about, 26 wi 6/— 27 m7 f 

Queen and her Osborne Labonrani Meetings 
about, B f7 c 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Queen*8 College, 17i 9 e 

New Year's Gifts, ABXinal Distribution at 

Windsor, 1 j 10 </— 27 6 6 
Queensland, New Ministry, 12 / 5 h — 27 i 4 e 
New Mail Boute to, 26/12 b 

K. 
Race Horses, Return of Duty, 12/ 11 rf 
Roikes (H. C.) at Chester, \bj 5 d 
Railway Accidents, Unreported, ?7 i 6 c 

How they Happen, 11/5 d 

to Prevent, 26 / 5 / • 

as Viewed by an Engineer, loj 6/ 

Bills, Examiners of Petitions for, 21 j 6 6 

—22 j 6 c— 23> 7/—2ij G <f— 10 m 6 €—17 m 

8 6—24 m 6 c— 28 m 6/ 

Block System, 1 1 w 6 rf— 16 m 6 c 

Brighton, Note on, 23/ 7 b 

-^— Carriages, Value of Exports, 22 7 5 </ 
on Fire on the Great Western American 

Rail, 3 »i 5 6 

Collisions in Egypt, 10 w 6/ 

Commission, Meetings, 20 J 7/— 23/ 7 b 

First Decision, 7 ; 7 a 

Notes about, 8 j 5 d— 9j 6 d 

Goddard v, London and South Western 



liailway Company, 8 / 4/— 6 ; 7 d—7j 6 r 

— Companies, Capt. Tyler's Report on, 27 m 
7/— 30»i6c 

— Conditions— a New Clause in Season Tick- 



c-6/ 



ets, 12/7 c 

— Debenture Trust Company, 29 j 7 
7d 

— Diabolical Attempt to Upset a Train near 
Consett Junction, 9 m 11 a 

Extension and the Public, 28/ 10 « 



First and Third Class, I97 6 d— 227 6/ 

Interlocking System, 6 m 10/— 9 m 4/ 

— Leyel Crossings, Meeting at lUddlesdown 
about, 16 m 12 6 

Liability for Unpunctuality, 19 m 7/ 

Luggage by the Great Western, 5 ; 6 d— 7 ; 



6d 



Mileage in the United States, 4/10 c 

— of American, 6/9 « 
Model for the Russian Princes, ISjSd 
New Brake, 5/7 c • 

— Commission, 28 m 9 6 
Windows for the Carriages of, 13i 6 d 



— Officers* and Servants' Association, 18 m 5 
d— 25 m 10 c 

— Passengers Assurance Company, 6 m 7 • 
Duty, Meeting to Repeal, 24 fTe—lS tn 



7y 



Tax, 19 J- 6 a— 17/6 e 



— Servants, Meetings to Consider the Position 
oU9jSJ"6mGa 

— Share Trust Company, 29 ; 7 c— 6/7 d— 
21/6 a— 12 m 6 a— 21 m 10 a 

— Shareholders Association 17 m 8 6 

— — Sleeping Carriages on the Continent, 12 j 
7e 

— - Superrision of in America, GfSf 
i— Test of the Hidalgo Engine, 2/ 11 < 

— Tickets for the London and Brighton can 
be Obtained at Waterloo Place at any time, 14 
md 



Railway TickeU Distribution, 2j 6 /— 2/ 7 rf- 

6i7d-6i 6e 

Traffic and Accidents, 27/6/ 

Train Diabolical Attempt to Upaet neir 

Morthike, 6/llc 

Stoppage of, 2 ;■ 7 d 

Trap at Hammersmith, 23^ 7 b 

UnpunctuaUty, 17 7 8 c— 19/ 10/— 22y 6/ 



—12 m .7. c 

Washing Dirty Linen at Home, 7 m 10/ 

Weak Locomotives, 6/7 b 

Railways, Bad Accommodation for Tickets at 

Clapham Junction, Sj 19 e 
and tho Board of Trade, Notes about, Ij 

12 6 

Earl of Devon's Reply to, 6 j 6 A 

Duke of Devonshire's Reply, 22 j 7 & 

Mr. Malcoln's Replj' to Mr. Chichester 



Fortescue's Circular Letter, 23 / 6 a— 24/9 e 

Mr. Simpson's Reply to, 2/ 7 c 

Mr. H. S. Thompson's Reply to, 2 J 7 c 



in the East, 16/4 d 
Pullman's Palace Cars, 23 m 9 c 



RAILWAYS :— 

Antwerp and Rotterdam, lj7 b 

Arbroath and Forfar, 26 m 7 e 

Argentine, 176c 

Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio, 20 j 7/ 

Baltimore and Ohio, 26 1 6 c 

Bay of Havannah and Mantanzas, 14 m 6 a 

Bedford and Northampton, 27 m 7 c 

•^^ Berks and Hants Extension, 30 m 8 6 
- — Blyth and Tyne, 28/ 7 e— ^ m 6 e 

Bolivar, 28 m 6 6 

Border Union, 23/ 7 d 

Brasilian Street, 28 m 8 a 

Brecon and Merthyr Tydfil Junction, 24/ 

7e 

Bridport, 38 m 8 6 

Bristol and Exeter, 5f7 d— 20 JSe 

and Portishead, 8 m 6 e 

Bury St. Edmund's and Thetford, 2 m 6 c 

Caledonian, 16 i 6 6—6 m 6 e— 14 m 6 0— 16 

m 6 6 — ^26 m 7 e 

Carnatic, 21; 6 6—25/7 6—18 m 7« 

Central Asia, 16/6 a— 12 m 12 d 

Uruguay, 26 m 7 e 

- Wales and Carmarthen Junction, 2 m 6 c 



Chatham and Dover, 9/ 6 a 
Cockermouth, 24/7/ 
Colchester and Stour Valley, 26/ 6 c 
Colne VaUey and Halstead, 21 / 6 /* 
Cornwall, 21/6/— 27/ 7 /— 4 m 6 e 
Minerals, 13 m 7 a 



— Crystal Palace and South London Junction, 
21/6 e— 27 /'7 c— 13 in 7 d 

— CuUn Valley Light, 14 m 6 e— 28 m 8 6 

— Danube and Black Sea, 2 m 6 d 

— Devon and Cornwall, 30/ 7 b 

— Dublin and Belfast Junction, 16/ 7 c 
and Wicklow and Wexford, 16/7 c 



Dundee, Perth and Aberdeen, 30 si 8 ft 
East Indian, 3 f 5d 

— Gloucestershue, 30 fit 8 6 

— London, 26/ 7 c 

— Somerset, 18 m 7 d 

Edinburirh. Perth and Dundee. 23 i 7 d 



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Bai 



BaUwayB (continued), 

Erie, 7/7 a— 9/7 c 

■ Forth and Clyde Jiinction, 23 m 8 & 
FarneM, 25/7 «— 28/ 7 e 

Giflburne Park, dj 6 d 

Glacgow and South Western, 4 m 6 «— 12 m 

N— 19 m 6 « 

Grand Trunk of Canada, 10 j 7 c— 28j 7 6 

Great Eaatem, 2j 7 o— 10 j 7 rf--2/ll fi- 



ll/ 7 €»— 16/ 7c— 19/7 d 

North, of Scotland, 23 m 8 6 

Northern, 7/7 «— 16/7 c— 23/6 e 

- and Westerji, of Ireland, 26/7 



Sd 



Southern and Western, 10 / 7 « 
Western, 13 j 6 6—25/ 7 e— 27 / 7 



m 5 d— 10 m 6 c 

of Canada, 12 m 6 a 



— Investigation Committee, 19/7 a 



Hammersmith Extension, 24/7 « 
Hanfl^, 8 ; 5 a 

Hondurus Inter-Oceanic, 21 j 6 a— 23 j7 b 
Illinois Central, 11/12 6 
Italian, 81 m 12 6 

Kettering and Thranstone, 19 m 6 e 
Kington and Eardeslej, 3 m 6 6 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, 5/7 </— 12 f7d 
— 19/7rf 

I^emberg-Csemowitz, 10 / 7 a 
Leominster and Kington, 5 mo / 
I>Tis and Kennebee, 25/ 7 a— 26/7 6 
Lima, 17 j 6 d 
Llanelly, 7/*7e 

LljUTi and Ogmore, 3 m 6 <— 5 m 5/ 
London Inner Circle, 27 m 5 e 
— and Blackwall, 6/7 c— 11/7 / 

Brighton and South Coast, 14 ;' 6 J— 15 j 



6 e — 22 j 6 6—3 mGa 

Chatham and Dorer, 2/ 11 e— 9/ 7 a^9 



/7 c— 13/7 e— 27/7 s— 4 »i 6 a 

New Holbom Viaduct Station, 2 tn 5 s 

— — and Greenwich, 14 j 6 </ 

and North Western, 9/7 c— 14/7 «— 28 



jed 



and South Western, 876 cf— 80 j 7 6—9 
/7c— 13/7 « 
Tilbury and Southend, 00/6 «— 26 m 7 e 

— Londonderry and Enniskillen, 4/11 c — 6/ 
7 c 

— Lynn and Hunstanton, 21/6 e— 23/6 d-^ 
25/7/ 

lianchester SheflSeld and Lincoln, 17 j 6d 

—21 ; 6 6—30 i* 7 6 
Marlborough, 16 m 6 e 
Maryport and Carlisle, 5/7 cf— 12 f7d 

Mellis and Eye, 5 m 5/ 

MetropoUtan, 15^ 6 <— 17i 6 <f— 23/ 7 if— 

2/11 e— 2 m 6 e— 19 mGe 
District, 7/7 a— 9/7 11-10/7 «— 11 / 

7e— 12/-7a 

and St. John's Wood, 27 m 7 c 

Mid- Wales, 5/7 rf 

Midland,2/7/— 4/llc— ll/'7«— l8/6c 

Great Western of Ireland, 2 i« 6 c 

and the Pullman Car Company, 2-4 ; C « 

Railway of Canada, 26/ 7 6 



Bailvaya (c0ntinued). 

Monmouthshire, 10 m 6 e»19 rn 6 < 

Natal, 6; 6a 

— Newport, 3 m 6 « 

— Newquay and Cornwall Junction, 2 19 6 c 
North BritUh, 28 j 7 d— 6 m 7 e— 24 m 6 c 

—25 m7 e 

Eastern, 7j 7 «— 14/7 / 

London. 18 /* 7/— 21/6 e 

Staffordshire, 7 / 7 e— 12/7 d— 18/6 c 

and South Western Junction, 16 7 6 6 

Northern Extension Railways Company of 



Canada, 31 ; 5 e 

of Spam, 12/12 



— Norwich and Spalding, 19 m 6 

— Nottingham and Grantham, 21/6/ 

— Oregan and California, 3/11 a 

— Orleans, 17 m 8 6 

— Ottoman, 20 m 7 6—23 m 8 6 
— -Pacific, 8i 5 6 

— Peebles, 28 w 6/ 

— Pennsylvanian, 12 m 6 c — 26 m 10 a 

— Persian, 97*5 6 

— Peterborough, Wisbeach and Sutton, 19 
m^d 

— Portpatrick, 28 m 7 « 

— Portuguese, 24/12 a 

— Potteries, Shrewsbury and North Wales, 6 
m 7< 

— Railways in the South, 13/4/ 

— Rio Tinto, 14 m 6 a 

— Roumelian, 9/ 5 c 

— Royal Swedish, 19 / 7 e 

— Ryedale, 8 / 5 « 

— Salisbury and YeoYil, 13/7 «— 21 J 6 /— 2 
m 6 c 

— Sambre and Meuse, 7 m 6 6—1 ImS d 

— Scots wood, Newbum and Wylani, 28 m 6 / 

— Servian, 19/* 12 6 

— Sevenoaks, Maidstone and Tunbridge, 24 / 
7 e— 13 m 7 cf 

— Serem Bridge, 2 m 6 c— 3 mSe 

— Shropshire Union, 16 m 6 c 

— Sirhowy,24/7/ 

— Somerset and Dorset, 8 m 6 s 

— South DoTon, 13/7 «— 20/6 c— 28 /*7 d 
Eastern, 8j 5 rf— 15 J 6 e— 247 6 rf— 30 j 



7 a— 28/7 e— 28/* 10 « 

Yorkshire, 24/7 s— 10 m 6 c 



— Southern, of France, Ij 7 d 

— Staines, Woldnghau and Woking, 4 / 11 c 
— 10/7 «— 27/7/ 

— Stock, State of Shares, in every day's popper 

— Stratford-upen-ATon, 24 /*7 « 

— Sutro Tunnel and Railway, 6 i 6 a 

— Swansea Vale, 25 /* 7 s 

— Swiss-Italian, 27 m 7 6 

— TaffVale, 11/7 «— 19/7 e— 25/7 « 

— Tendring Hundred, 4/11 c 

— Traflac Receipts, \j7 rf— 2 i 7 /— 3 / 5 rf— 
6 J 6 «— 7 / 6 d— 8j 6 e— 9 j 6 rf— 10 j 7 f— 12 
j 6 6—13 / 6 6—14 / 6 rf— 15 j G «— 16 / G 6—1 7 
; 6 rf— 19 J 6 d— 20 j 7 /— 21 ; 6—22 j C f— 
23 ; 7 /"— 24 J 6 rf— 27 j 6 rf— 30 / 7 6-31 / a e 
—3 f'W 6— 4/'llc— S/Trf— <;/*7<-7 /'It 
— lO/Te-ll/?/*— 12/'7rf-r3 / 7 /- U / 



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[JaD. 1 to 



BailwAys (continued), 
/ 6./— 21/6 e-24/7/-26/7/— 26/7/— 
27 f 7 f—2Sj7 rf— 2 m 6 e— 3 m 6 e— 4 w 6 / 
^5 m 5y— r, M 7/— 7 TO 6 6—10 m 6 c— 11 m 8 
d— 12 »i 6 c— 18 m 7 (1—14 m 6 c— 16 m 6 c— 
17 »i 8 b— 18 m 7 6—19 m 6 /*— 20 m 7 </— 21 m 
10 6—28 m 8 c— 24 m 6 c— 25 m 7 e— 26 m 7 e 
—27 m 7 c— 28 in 6/ 

**— for tho Past Year, BJ 5d 

Ulster, 6/ 7 c 

Union Pacific, 12 / 6 & 

Mr. Jay Qould Beported ContioUor of, 27 



m 7a 

— Varna, 5 m 6 a~26 m 7 e 

— Watcrford and Limerick, 27/7 /* 

— Watton and Metford, 16 -a 6 c 
and Swa£Fham, 26 m 7 e 

— West Norfolk Junction, 23/6 d 
Cork, 19 tn 6/ 

Somerset, 13 m 7 c/ 



— — Western, of France, 27 m 7 e 
^-_ Weymouth and Portland, 20/6 e 

Whitehaven, Cleator and Egremont, 20/6 

s— 2 m 6 c 
Worcester, Bromyard and Leominster, 30 

mSb 
Raii )nF, 4 m 6/ 
Kaj ill Brooke, 3/4/ 
Knl9t( n (W. li. S.) on St. Alexander Nersky, 7 

/10 c 
Kamsay (Dean) Meeting on the Proposed Monu- 
ment to, 1 ^' 6 6 
Bamus (C. M.) on Rockets an^ Torpedoes, 7 m 

5< 
Bnndall (David) on the Manufacture of Sherry, 

7 m 5 d 
Batcliff (T. W.) on the Opcratloa of the Ballot, 

ll/Sc 
Ray (R.) on the Atbs Assurance Company, 28 

m 6 a 
Read (C. S.) on the Peruvian Guano. 12 j 6 / 

(Mp.) and Mr. Disraeli, 3 m 10 a 

Reader ( W. O.) on a Play-ground in Drury Lane, 

2Cj 11/ 
Reading School, Annual Examination, I67 9 c 
New Chapel, Mr. Walter Lays tho 

Foundation Stone, 2^fl2d 
Recovery of a Lost Purse, 13 ; 9 /* 
Red- Indians, 17 m 4 s 

Shoeblacks, 10 m 10 d 

Redouda Phosphate of Alumina Company, 2f 

/7a 
liedwood (T.) on the Adulteration Act, 4 m 10 • 
Reeves (Sims) Health of, 23 y 10 6—24/12 e 
Refinements of Modern Speech, from Pnnch, 5 

/9c 
Reformatories, 13 m 6 a 
Keformntory and Industrial Schools, 18/ 8 6 
Rj^rcni's Canal Company, 20/6 b 
]{elics of Inkerman, 23 ji' 10/ 
Reminiscence of the Cholera of 1854, 19i 7 cf 
Rcndlc (Geo.) on the Brighton Railway Season 

Ticket, 3 m <> a 
Rcnsliaw (A. G.) on t!ic Lions of Trafalgar 

Square, 17 m 9 d 
"Rent Guarantee Society, 27/7 a 



A 



.. 1 D^A..... .vf 



•r ^ 



Revenue and the Budget, 9 m 7 & 

of 1874, tho Economist on, 5 i 11 c 

Coming Surplus, 28/10 d-~2 m 10 

6c— 9 m 7 a &D 

Departments, 21 m 10 cf 

Official Return on the Surplus, 21 « 11 d 

Officers, Bill to Relieve, 26 m 7/ 

REVIEWS :— 

Almanach de Gotha, IBj&f 

Andrews's Manual of the Laws of the 

United States, 10/7 a 

Bibliotheca Cornubiensis by G. C. Boase 



and W. P. Courtney, 10 m 4 cf 

Bray, Mrs., Joan of Arc, 2^' 4 6 

Chesney, Col., Essays on Modem Military 

Biography, 30 m 5 a 

City of London Directory for 1874. 10 f7a 

Constable, Archibald, and his Liteiary 

Correspondents, Ijid 
Denman, Lord, Life of, by Sir Joseph 

Arnauld, 23/4 d 

Note from Lord Denman on, 3 m 10 c 



Dod's Peerngo for 1874, 5/7 a 

Dickens, Charles, Life of, by John Foi-ster, 

Vol. 3,9/4 rf- 13/6 a 
Favre, Jules, Government of the National 

Defence, 11 »i 5 a 

Fenn on tho Funds, 10/7 a 

Fergusson, James, on Tree and Serpent 

Worsliip, 147 4 d 
Fonblanque, Albany, Life and Labours of, 

by his Nephew, IS m4 d 

Gerard's Monument, Sj i d 

Grant's Law of Bankers and Banking Com- 
panies, 10/7 a 
Hawtrey, Rev. Stephen, Elements of Euclid, 

2Sj4d 
Hay ward, A., Biographical and Critical 

Essays, 13/3 c 
Hunter, W. H., Famine Aspects of Bengal, 

19 j 12 c— 20 ; 6 o 
Hutchinson, T, J., Two Years in Peru, 10 

/7a 

Incidents of the Sepoy War, 18y 4 cf 

Ker, David, on the lioad to Kliiva, G w 7 b 

Lees, S., Hand-book for Hospital Sisters, 2 

i4d 
Life and Death of John of Bameveld, by 

John Lothrop Murray, 11 m 6 </— 20 m 4 d 
Lodge, Burke and Dobretts Peerages, 2 m 



May, Sir T. Erskine, Treatise on the Law, 

Privileges &c. of Parliament, loj^d 

Memoir of Comte de Montelembert, by Mrs. 

Oliphant, 9 m 4 a 

Molesworth, W. N., History of England 

from 1830, 13/3 c— 17 m 5 a 

Palmer's Index to *' tlie Times," B fU/ 

' Raboisson, Abbe. Coming Events, Accord- 
ing to the Book of Daniel, &c., 11 / 8 a 

Kevy, J. J., Hydraulics of Great Rirers, 

10/7a 

— — Rigjr, Dr. J. II., National Education, Eng- 
land and Foreign, 2j 4 e 

— - Rog'irs, llev. W., School and Children's 
Bible, 17 »i u d 



Kof 



AQ an/'\ii 



f ia 



r. /. 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmeb's index to " the times " kbwspapeb. 



Boy 



BeviewB {coniinued), 

Simmonds, P L., Waste Products, 16/4 rf 

Skertchley, T. A., Dahomey as it is, Q m 7 c 

Statesman's Year Book, 10 f7 a 

Stephens, J. Pitzjames, Liberty, Equality, 

Fraternity, 9j i d 

— Stuuun, lit,, on the Khiva Campaign, 2 j 
Sa 

Taylor, Isaac, Etruscan Researches, 23 m 

Sa 

Thorn's Irish Almanac and Official Direc- 
tory for 1874, 127 7 « 

Upton, Capt. Koger, Newmarket and Ara- 
bia, G/3c 

Vigfusson, Gudbrand, Icelandic - English 

Dictionary, 2 m ^ d 

Walker, Capt. Campbell, on Forest Man- 
agement in Germany, &c., 22 j G a 

Reward for Services — Lead Medals by the In- 
ternational Exhibition, 10^0/ 

lUiododcndrons, Exhibition of in Russell Square, 
18 m e 

Rhymney Iron Company, 20/7 6 

Rice from Burraah, iS fib 

Exportation of, Notes about, 25/8 cT— -4 m 

12 e— y m 7 b 

Exports from India, Lord Northbrook*s 

Reasons for Not Proliibiting, 23/7/ 

- — Soutli Carolina, Notes about, C /*7 /* 

State of the Trade in, 1 j 7 y— 2 ; 7 /— 3 j 

bf—Tj a </— 8^ 6 6—10 i 7 c— 14 / G c—Uj 
G 6— IG ;• 6 b^nj G 6—21 3 G/- 22 ; G 6—23 
j 7 6—24 j 6 «-28 ; 11 6—29 j 7 c/— 30 j 7 a— 
81 J- Bf-^-kf a a— 5/ 7 e— G / 7 6—7 /7 a-- 
lI/7/__12 /7e— 13/ 7 c— 14/7 6— 18/' 6 
6-20 re 6— 21/Cy— 25/7/— 2G/7 6—2*7 f 
7 6—28/ 7 /— 4 m Gf—ii m G 6—7 in G </- 11 
M 8 6- 14 7fl 6 </— 18 wi 7 o— 19 »« G 6—20 ?« 7 
c— 26 m 7/— 27 w 7 6—28 m G 6 

and Cotton, Slave Grown, Notes about, Ij 

7c 

Richmond Drainage and the Thames Conserva- 
tors, 1/ lOe/— 28il0/ 

Ridgeway (W. H.) on King's College Hospital 
and St. John's House, 24 /' 5/ 

Right to One'sFace,ll/5</—16/5c— 18/106 

Ringleader, the Word, 2G ; 11 c 

Rintoul (Charles) on the Embankment of Land 
from the Sea, 8 j 5 

Rio de Janeiro City Improvements Company, 28 

Risen from the Ranks, 27/7 a 

Rival Bourbon Claimants, 25/10 «— 28/12 a— 

3 m !0 c— 14 w 4 e 
River Pkte Offal Manure, 8 ; G 6 
Road Reform in Scotland, 24 nt 5 c 
Robbery, Attempted at Windsor, 23/ 12 a 
— - and Assault on Plumstead Common, 7 m 

7d 
- — Highway, of Mr. Croker, at Fulham, 23 f 

12 b 

near Hot Springs Arkansas, 0/ 5 f 

Robbing the Poor, 21 m 7/ 

Roljcrts(C.) Crossing tlie American C<mlinont 

on British Territory, 9,/ 7/ 
(James) on a Free Breakfast Tablo, 4 ;« 10 



Roberts (Wm.) on the Grievances of Landowners, 

12y7/- 
Robertson (Thos. H.) on the Working Man's In- 
come Tax Case, 13 fGd 

(P. J.) Illness of, 14/12 d 

( W.) on the Loss of the T tile du Havre, 19 

y 5 fl 
Robinson ( — ) on King's College Hospital ar.d 

St. Jolin's House, 18/ 7 c 
(John) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 19 

fGa 
(Robt. Spencer) on Mr. Childers and tho 

Dockyard Labourers, 23/ 10 / 

Fleming Colony, Breaking up of, 1 y 6 c 

Rochester Cathedral Restoration, 1 7 5 /' 
Rodgers (J. E. D.) on the West Iladdon Tragedy, 

2ljnf 
Roebuck (— ) Banquet to at Sheffield, 17/0/ 
Rogers (J. Henry) on the Blue Gum Tree, 10 7 

7e 
Roldfs (Dr.) African Exploration Report, 23 j 

56 
Romaine (W. G.)on the Bengal Famine, 18/7 6 
Roman Carnival, 28./ 4 «— 17/ 7/— 21/ 10 c 

Catholics and Fresmasonry, H ; G d 

in Prussia, 5 »* 10/ 

Coins, Discovery of at Bideford, 13 wi 7 d 

Season, 17^ 12 c 



Romance of War, IS fo d 

Romamism in Great Britain, 15 / 9 e 

Roscommon or Dorset, 18/5/ 

Rose Harvest of Adrianople, il m Gf 

Rosing Melchers & Co., 2j 7 b 

Rothschild (Baron Meyer de) Illness of, 2/ 10/ 

Rouch (J. E.) on the Fire at tho Pantechnicon, 

2iy 9e 
Roumania— Budget, 30 m 7 c 

Diplomatic News, 3/36 

Miscellaneous News, 13/ 12 a 

Vote for Baracks &c., 2 mo b 

*' Round the World," IG i« 7 c 

Rous (Adm.) on the Turf, 9/5 e— 23 /lO d—2o 

/Of 
on Turf Prospects, Notes about, G/4 c— 7 

m 7 c— 10 JM 10 d 
Rowsell (F. W,) on Navy Clothing Contracts, 18 

/lOrf 

on New South Wales Collieries, 27/7 a 

Royal Academy, Landseer at, 6jGa 

Names of the Council, SmO e 

Agricultural Society of England, 10 m G c 

Meetings, 10/ G/ 



— Albert HaU Amateur Orchestral Society, 
28/9 6—21 tn 11 b 

Choral Society, 15^ 10 (/— 14 m 12 6—31 



m8 6 

— Alfred Merchant Seamen Institution, Meet- 
ing of the Court, 23 ; 10 e 

— Architectural Museum, 20 m 12 f 

— Botonic Society, Meetings, 2Gj 5 c— 2 m 12 
rt— 30 m 13 / 

Flower Shows, 2G m 5 c 



— Geographical Society Meeting, 14; 7/— 11 
/ 12 6 

— IForJicultural Society, Mc^'tinfrs, 23 w 7 c 

— Hospital for Disoases of the Cl»?st, Dona- 



Soy 



PALUSB's INDSX to '* THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Rojal Household, Appointmente, 2 j 9/— -14 7 8 b 
^17 ; 8 a—2Sj 6/r-4/7 6—11/6 d— 21/ 7 
«— 3 m 5 e — 4 m 8 a — 6 iw 9 e — 7 m 7 a — 11 m 
1) a—U M 8 a— 21 m 1 a— 28 m 8 a 
«— Humane Society, Meetings, 15 J 8 b — 19 m 
12 c 

Centenarj Festival Propoeed, 19/6 d 

Institute of British Architecto, 14 i 5 / 

— Institution on the Autotype, 24/ liy— 26 
/ lOe 

Lecture on " Weber and his Timet," 28 j 



V 



on " Liquid and Gases," 17/12 d 



-; — London Ophthalmic Hospital, 4 m 11 </ 
— ^ — Medical and CUirurgical Society— Charge 

Against Dr. Thompson, 29 ; 7/ 
, National Lifeboat Institution, Meetings, 27 

6 f-Sj Sf-^efB 6— G m 7 <f— 27 m 7 e— 28 m 

5*c 

Naval School, New Cross, 14 m 11 & 

Parks, Custody of, 4 m 10 6 

Presents of Game to Hospitals, 29 j 10/ 

Railway Saloon, 16/5 /* 

United Service Institution, Gold Medal for 

an Essay on a Naval or Military Subject to be 

Awarded Yearly, 11 111 7 c — 19 m 7/ 
lecture at, 26/8 a 



Kudjlitadt, Parliamentary Crisis in, 20 j 5 6 
]{u<?b/ School— Dr. Hayman and the Governing 
Body, 5y 11 6-10 > 6 e— 20/7-c 

Debating Society, 22 j 7 f 

Election of Head Master, ^ i'6 <f— 20/9 < 

Notes about, 7 j 5 rf— 13 ; 8 6— Uj 7 «— 20 

y6d 

Skoteh of the New Head Master, 21/5 & 

Rules of the Road at Sea, 12 / 7 c— 13 ; 5 </ 
Rumsey (Dr. H. W.) on Kings College Hospital 

aad St. John's House, 18/ 7 c 
Runeberg (Robt.) m a Circle, 27 j 7/ 
Runcorn Soap and Alkali Company, 10/7 e 
Rural Hospitality, tee Village 
Russell (Earl) the German Emperor's Letter to, 

25/5 « 
- on the Pope and the Grerman Empet^r, 

22^7/ 

(Scott) on the Central Dome of the Vienna 

Exhibition Building, 11 / 12 6 
BTT88IA :— 

Amnesty to Political Offenders, ^f\2b 

Array Reform, 16/6 c 

Bcthrothment of the Grand Duchess Wjera 

Constantinovna to Duke William Eugene of 
Wurtcmburg, 30j 5 a 

Conscription, 14/56 

Court Circular, 5/6 c— 16 j 6 6—24 f 

12 d 

the Czar's Journey, 24 m 6 a 

Toast, 2\f\2h 

Diplomatic News, 25 m 5 a 

— ^— Education Question, 9j 5 b 

Emperor of Austria at St. Petersburg, tee 

Austria 

and England, 8 j 5 rt 

English Princes at St Petersburg, 17/7 a 



Buflsia (continued). 

First Trading Caravan to Afghanistan, 28 

/12 6 

Imperial Hunt at St Petersburg, 24/12 6 

' Review and Hunt at St. Petersburg, 4 t 

7/ 
Intended '^Hsit of the Csar to London, 17 f 

12 a 
Khiva Campaign, 2 j 8 a— 20j 6 a— 2iy 

6— 21/" 12 6 

Treaty, 8 7 3 a 

Mining News, 10 / 6 b 

New MUiUry Law in, 17 j 5 6— 26 j 10 b 

Text of, 19 J 10 a 

Notices, 22 / 5 6 

Road to Khiva, Mr. Ker's Work on, 6 j 6 < 

Scientific Expedition into Khiva, 26 j si a 

— and the Slave Trade, 1 j 10 c 

Treaty with Bokhara, 6j 8 a 

and the Turcomans, 28/5 a 



— 20fV2a 

Kstiniates for 1874, 10; 6 6 






Russian Embassy, 5^9 e— 12 / 5 b — 16 j 5 c— 17 

j 9 e— 19y 9/— 12/9 e— 13 fdf 
— and Austrian Custom-Houses, 11 m 7 6 

Banks, 8 7 4/ 

Cenietery, 9/5 rf 

Iron Works Company, 7 »i 6 a 

Monastery, 25/ 10 6 

Navy, 11./ 10./ 

Steam Navigation Trading and Odessa 

' Railway Company, 18 / 7 a 
Ryder (G. H.) on Labourers' (Cottages, 9 j 10 e— 

14i8c 
— — Grievances of Landowners, 12/7/ 
Rye (Maria S.) Emigration Home for Little GirU, 

6m4y 
Ryle (Rev. John) on Bishops and Clergy, 13 si 

10 e 
Ryrie (W. D.) on the Marine Insurance Risks, 

26m7a 

S. 
Sacred Harmonic Society, 12^' 8 a 
Saddlers' Company, Royal Visit to, 9/ 11 « 
Exhibition of Saddles at, see Militabt Saih 

DLES. 

Safflower, State of the Market, l/U «— 7/7 a 

—11/7/— 20/ 6 6—25/7/— 28/6y— 7«6 

rf— 20 m 7 c— 21 m 10 (£—28 m 6 6 

Sago, State of the Market, 8 j 6 6—15 / 6 6—22; 

' 6b'^29j7 d—l9j 7 e—2& f7 b^bmSd^li 

m 6 6—19 w 6 b'-2G m7 f 
«Sale of Pews, at Brooklyn Church, 28 y 10 « 

of Intoxicating Liquors in Ontorio, 2 « 11 « 

of Wines and Spirits by Grocers, Deputa- 
tion of Grocers to Government about, 31 m 7/ 
Salisbury Cathedral Restoration, hj'hc 
(Marquis of) and the Bengal Famine, 12 / 

9/ 
Salisbury (Lord) Case of, 3 m 11 b 

Salmon Season, Opening of, 2/12 c — 3/10 r— 

9/10(2— 23/* 7/ 

■ in Scotland, 5 /"O e 

Salt, Return of, 20; 4 e 

in Beer, 13/ 9 e 

Snltcd Bcof, Return of Imports, 19 j 5 f 

Saltpetre, State of the Market, Uy 7 6— 5 « 6 rf 

1 Q ... 7 ^ 



Mar. 31, 1874.] falhsb's index to " thb timbs " NBWSPAPia. 



She 



Salrador and Honduras, 2fif 
Samara Famine, Subscriptions for, 27 j^ f 
Samuelson (B.) on Railwaj Accidents, 23/6 6 
San DoBiingo, Miscellaneous News, 10 j 5 b — 6 f 

9a 

New President, 25/12 a 

San Francisco as a Great Monetarj Centre, 20/ 

10 d 
Sandwich Islands, Death of the King, 18/5 a 

New Kmg, 19 »i 5 6 

Riots, 19 m 5 6 

Sangers <* Congress of Monarchs," Sale of to Mr 

Bamam, 14^' 11 d 
Sanitary Legislation, 1 i 6/ 

Milk Company, 25/7 a 

Work for the Board of Trade, 27/ 10 c 

Santiago Massacre, Letter from one of the Mur- 
dered Crew, 1 y 6 e 
Sapte rBrand) en Belief Works in India, 2S jGb 

—6m6d 
Saunders (Mr.) on Norelists and Dramatists, 14 

»i86 
(W.) on the Attempted Suicide of William 

Thomicroft, I67 11/ 
Six ( JuUius) on the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 28 

/12 c 
Saxby (S. W.) on the High Tide, 27 m 11 c 
St. /Jexander Nevsky, 7/ 11 c 
St. Andrews University 12 m 5/ 

Degrees Conferred, 18 /"o/ 

Auld V. Sharp. 23 j 6 6 

St. Antholin*s Size Lane, 20 m 11 / 

St. Columba's College, Donation of the Grocer's 

Company to, 24 m 11 « 
St Gothard Tunnel, 24/ 12 b 
St. James*s Hotel Company, 2j7b 

Park, 877 a 

St. John of Jerusalum, Order of, 18 m 5 6 

• Newfoundland the Dominion of Canada, 23 

jSh 
St. Lucia Central Sugar Factory Company, 8 / 

5 a 
St. Marks, Walworth, Consecration of, 2 ; 10 c 
St Martin Outwich, Removal of the Coffins &c. 

tollford, 25/6 e 
• — Destination of the Brasses, Bells, &c., 25 / 

6e 
St. Mary, Moorfields, Closing of, 28 »i 12 d 
St Michael's Fish Trade of, cy 11 c 
and St. George, Order of. Appointments, 10 

m9 a 
St St. Patrick's Day in London, 5 m 12 r->16 m 

m Dublin, 20 w 12 b 

St Paul's Chapter and the Minor Canons, 18 / 5 c 

• Cathedral, Opening of the Area Round, 26 

J 10 /•— 28/116 

Back's Passion Music at, 27 m 6/ 
Completion Fund, 26 ?n 9/ 
Evening Preachers at, 28/9 «— 2 m 9 6 
—21 m 9/ 

Lectures at, 13/ 9/ 

Tuesday Evening Lectures, 22 j 10/ 



Churchyard and the Opening of the North 

Side, 18 m G c— 27 m 4 t 
St. Petersburg Exhibition of Textile Plants and 



St Valentine, 13/7/ 

Schiff (Maurizio)on Cruelty to Animals in Italy, 

7i5e 
Schlesinger (Max.^ on Loui's Kossuth, 28 / 10 / 
Schliemann (Dr.) New Disooverien of, 23 m 9 6 
Scholarships for Girls, 6 m 5 « 
Scientific Industry, 9m SociBTr. 

Instruction, 2 / 7 « 

Scotch Miners, Meeting of Del<^;ates at Glasgow, 

19/6 c—20flf—2of7 6—3 mil 
Representatire Peers, Election of, 19 /6 J 

— 2ly7a 

List of the Elected, 19/6/ 

Scotland, Free Church, Report of the Sustenta- 

tion Fund, 6 m 10/ 

Road Reform in, 24 m 5 c 

Vital Statistics of, 13 wi 10/ 

Scotsmen and the Ashantee War Fund, 30 m 10 a 
Scott (W. L.) on the Manufacture of Port Wine, 

7j7b 
Scottish Commercial Insumnce Comjmny, 30 m 

8a 
Screw Mode of Propulsion — ^Death of Sir F. P. 

Smith the Inventor of, 17/7 6 
Scudamore (Fred) Operation of the Ballot Act, 

14/ 10 a 
Sedgwick Memorial, 12 /n 5 c 
Semley, New Church at, 27 w 9/ 
Serria and Austria, 27i 5 a 

and its Frontier Question, 3^3 b — 6 j 6 b 

Journey of the Prince to Constantinople 

Postponed, 2m Bh 

Loan, IS J 5 d — 3 m5b 

Miscellaneous News, 12/12 a — 19 m 5 a 

Railways, Qj 3 6 



Sevres and Porcelain, Old, Price Sale List of a 

Valuable Collection of, 20 m 10/ 
Sewers, City Commission of, Meetings, 7i 6 /^ 

21 j 6/— 4/6 </— 18 fll e 
Seyd (^Ernest) on Money in Circulation, 17 m lib 
Shaftesbury (Lord) on Mr. Cobden and the 

Factory \cts, 30 ni 12 € 
Shah's Visit to the City— Medal Commemorative 

of, Sj 10 c 
Shakespeare in India, 11 /*12 6 

Society, New, 12 f5 e 

Sharp (J. P.) on the l^ewspaper Post, 2Bm7 d 
Sharpey (Professor) Placed on the Civil List, 4 

m 7 b — 6 yn 5 « 
Shaw (E. M.) on the Fure at the Pantechnicon, 

17 f9f 

VVood y. Iron, 23/12 b 

(Thos. Geo.) on the Differential Duties on 

Wines, 15 j 6 d 
Sheffield,' Home Rule Meeting tit, 7 j 5/ 
Shellac, State of the Market, 2j 7/— 3 j 5 /— 7 

j 6 d-'Sj 6 6— lOi 7 «— Uy 6 e^Oj 7 a— 18 

/6 6— 19/7 c— 20y 6 ft— 21/6/— 25 / 7/— 

28/7/-0 m 6 6—12 m 6 6—14 m 6 rf— 18 m 

7 a— 21 m 10 rf— 28 mGb 
Sheridan (Rt. Hon. R. B.) Speech at the West- 
minster Election of 1806, 20 / 8 c 
Sheriffs' Fund Society, Annual Report, 8jSb 

for the Year 1874, 3/ 12 6-4 «< 7 6 

Sherry, Manufacture of. Notes about, 4 »i 10/— 

6 m 7 c—G m 6 f — 7 w 5 </— 10 mSa 



* ni • 



Shi 



PALMEK's index to " THE TIBIES *' NEWflPAPBH. 



[Jan, 1 to 



SHIP NEWS :— 

13 j G /— 17 j G 6—24 ; 5 a— 2G> 5 a— 5 m 

6 6—28 mb b 

Abandoned Vessel off Boulogne, 27i 9 « 

Accident to a Coast-guard Boat, and Four 

Lives Lost, 5^ 11 a 

to the Memphis, in Waterford Harbour, 5 



jlia 

— Action of Wind and Currents, I7 10 c 

— Atlantic Cable Steamer, New, 20/11 e 
Steamers, New York Estimate of Trade 



by, 11 tn 5 c 

— Atratto, Disabled at Plymouth, 7 m 6 c 

— Board of Trade and the Shipowners, 15/10 
c/— 1(>J 7 a 

— Brazil, River Plato and Chili Steamers, G 
wG/ 

— Bureau Veritas, Return of Disasters, 5 i 9 
e— 24/11/— 25«i9/ 

— Casualties to Steamers, 18 »< G d 

— Coasting Trade, 12^116 

— Collisions at Sea, 2G/8 a— 23 m 9/ 
of the Arracon and the American, in the 



Channel, 10 m 12 c 

of the Charles Kdtcin and a Vessel Un- 



known in tlie Channel, l^jhd 

of the Diana and the Jleindrich Fish, in 



the Channel, 10 m 12 c 

of the Fanny and the Triumph, Official 



Inquiry into, 12 m 7 /* 

of the Loch Earn and the V^Hle du Havre, 



Official Inquiry into, 1/11 c— 2 J 10 c/-3 ; 9 
e—l7j 10 a 

Notes about, 3/ 9/— IG / G /— 19> 5 c 



— ciysc 

French Inquiry into, 6 j 5 a 



of the Princess i^vmiwatty and the Indus, 

18 m 5 e 

of the True Briton and the Coquette, off 



Plymouth, 26 /'8 a 

of the Vera and the Ilaydon, lOjbd 



— a Derelict, 25/11 « 

— Destruction of the Anne, by Fire, in the 
Mersey, 8 / 4 « 

of tlie City of Kantly, in the Victoria Dock, 



Hull, by Fire, 27 m 8 r 

of the Minnie Graham, by Fire, Official 



Inquiry into, 24 j/i 6 e 

— Disasters to Steamers, 21 m 12 6 

— Fatal to the Jliram, 30 wi 12 c 
Frisclie Haff Kc-Opcning for Traffic, 21 m 



12 6' 



the Greece in the Mud eff Bedloe's Island, 

7/4/ 

the Java in the Bay of Biscay, 17/7 rf 

Lightship on the Schultz Gmnd,* 4 m 5 6 

Loss of Steamers, 17 m 9 « 

Marine Losses, M. Jeula's Report on, 26 7 

G a 
Merchant Sliipping Act Amendment Act, 

see Mercqakt 

Mcreantile Marine Statistics, 12 m 8 a 

— - Narrow Kscape of the Magnet, 25 /'5 f 

New Vessels, 3 / 5 a 

-— — the Norseman and the Briton, ^fjl f 
tlie iXyanza, 23 m 8 c 



Ship News (coTitinued), 

Pennsylvania, Disaster to, 11 m 7 a — 2G 

10 c 



— Return of Tonnage Entered at Our Port s 
During the Post Year, 12jGd 

Rough Passage of the Graf Bismarck to 



Now York, 21 »i 9/ 

Rules of the Road at Sea, see Rulbs 

Shipping Intelligence, in every day's paper 

Soudaw, Safety of, IG ; 6 c 

South Rock, Tuskar, a Signal to be Placed 

on, 28 m 5 e 

Steamships Ashore, 19 ; 8 b 

Sun/00 Ashore on the Gap Rocks, 13 m 5 o 

Sunken Ships, New Method of Raising. 6 n 

10 « 

Survey and Detention of Vessels, 21 i 12 h 

Table of Maratime Insurance Risks, 2 n 

6a 
Two Lighthouses to be Erected at Cape 

Verd, 4/12/» 

Vessel Ashore-rthe Examiner, 87 4 c 

the Alex. Lareliy, 18/7/ 

the Bed Jacket, at Susa, 18/7/ 

Vessel Overdue, 10 wi 9 d 

Wrecks, see Wrecks 

Shipton (George) on the Labour Laws Commis- 
sion, 17 7M 9/ 
Shipwrecked Mariners Society, Meeting, 5 / 5 e 
Shirley (L. W.) on the Radley Railwav Acci- 
dent, 12 m 12 d 
(W. Shirley) on Rugby School Debating 

Society, 22y 7/ 
Shooting Country, 20/9 € 
Shrewsbury School, New Statutes for, 26/12 6 
Siam, Festivities on the Re-Corocation of the 

King of, 8^5/ 

King of. Present to Dr. Campbell, 26/6 « 

Re-Corouation of the King, 12 »i 10/ 

— Treaty of Com»ierce with, on the Timber 

Trade &c., 15/ 5a 
Siamese Twins, Arrival of their Remains at 

PhUadelphia, G/5 6 
Anatomical Examination of, 18/5 a — 21/12 6 — 

9>n4y— 12m7a 

Dr, Rollings worths Account of, 9/126 

Silber Patent Light Company, 7 m G a — 9f« 7 c 

—17 »i 8 6 
Silk Trade, Aries Dufour's Circular, 20 j 7 a — 

10 m 6 a 

of India, 18/6/ 

Silkworm*s Eggs, Consignment of to New York, 

16^12 6 

New Japanese Law about, 4/12 a 

Simpson (R. J.) on Charity Electioneering, 21 j 

7c 
Sinclair (W. F.) an Incident in Quarantine, € / 

7c 
Singers and Managers, 11 m 13 a 
Sion College and Preaching, 12 m 5/ 
Six Day Licenses, 12 / 10 6 
Skeleton, Discovery of one at Braintreo, 28 / 

llrt 
Slaughter, Wliolcfalc, in the South Seas, 25 » 

5 f 
Slave-Grown Rico and Cotton, lj7r 



Mar. 81, 1874.] paiaieb's index to the ^^ times " kewspaper. 



Spa 



Slave Trade in the East, Gj 9/ 
Sly Humour 5 ml d 

Smith (Coliingwood) on the Loss of Biittan 
WilUs's Sketches. 24/8 a 

(Gold win) on Education, 20 ; 6/ 

Smithfield Club, Arrangements for the Next 

Show, 10/5/ 
Smoking a Nuisance, 12 m 5 c 
Smjrma, Riot in, Sentence on the Greeks, 8 ; 8 c 
Snake Bites, 8/8 6 

Snell (Henry Saxon) on the Fire at the Pantech- 
nioon, 26/6/ 

on London Balconies, 14 m 12 6 

Snuff, Adulterated, 13/12 6 
So^al Science Congress — Dr. Playfair to Pre- 
side, 25 m 7 6 
Society, Champion Member of, 8 ; 4/ 
— ot Engineers, Meetings, 6J 9 e 

for the Promotion of Scientific Industry, 17 

j 5 e 
Soldiers* Daughters' Home, 24 m GJ 
Somerset (Duke of) at Newton Abbot, lGj7e 
South African Mortgage and Investment Com- 
pany, 20 ; 7 a 



Gold Fields, 23^ 7 o 



Kensington Museum — Admissions, 13 j 7 / 
— 17 /O e— 24/5 c— 10 moe 
Appomtments 18 /*9 «— 10 f9e 
— and Mr. Cele, 2*7 7 G e 
Seas, Wholesale Slaughter in, 25 m 5/ 
Shields, Meeting to Establish a Liberal 



Association at, 24 /' 10 / 

— Wynaad Coffee Company, 27/7 a 

— Yorkshire Miners Association and 



the 



IVorking Men Candidatess, 28 m 12 d 
SPAIN.— 

Alfonsist Clubs in Madrid Closed by 

Goremmnet, 24 y 5 a 

Barcelona Disturbances in, 15 j 5 b— 16 j o 
a — 17^5 a 
— Berga, Carlists Besiege, IS f5 a 

Biiboa Threatened by the Carlists, 1 ; 5 a— 



4yi2 6— 2/6a 

Before, 14 w 12 a— 17 w 7 a 

in Flames, 26 m 5 b 

the Pretender Intends to bo Crowned in, 

on its Capture, 6 m S a 

Siege of, 12 jG «/— 14 fl2 a— 19 / 12 o— 



21 /•12 &— 25 /12 a— 27 /5 rt— 2 mi 5 a— 3 ju 5 a 
— 6 m 5 i— 25 m 5 a— 25 »n 10 6—26 m 5 c 

Blockade of the Coast of Cantabrin, 9/ 
ll/^14/12a—lG/6o— 21/12 6— 2mG6~- 
lSm7c 

Cabinet Council, 10 j5 b 



Carlist Attack on Maurcsa, 13/8 c 

— Capture Vinaroz. 23/5 a 

Defeat in Valencia, 19 m 8 c — 30 in7 a 

Defeats; 6/6 a— 10 / 12 «— 16 / 5 a— 

23/5 a— 2 m 5 «— 17 m7 a 

Fort Luchana Surrenders to, 3iy 5 a 

Government Arranges to Exchange 



Prisoners with, U f\2n 

Intercepted Supplies for, 22 j 7 c 

Operations During the Past Year, 



10 m 



5c 



Humoured March on Madrid. 21 w 11 n 



Spain (continued). 

Carlist Victory at Tordera, 80 m 7 a 

Successes, 10/11 a— 28 fl2 6—3 mS a 

War, Sj 5 6— lOj 5 6—13 7 5 c— 16i 5 a 

—17; 5 cj— 17i 12 6—19 ; 6 a— 22 ; 5 o— 23 j 
6 a -24 j 5 a— 26 ; 5 a— 2S j 6 6— 29 j 5 a— 30 
j 5 a— 31 f 5 0—3 f 12 a— 4/12 6—5 / 12 6— 
14/12 a— 16/6 a— 19/8 6—21 /12 ^—23 / 

5 a — 2 «i 5 a — 4 m 5 a — 5 m 5 6 — 6 m 5 6 — 7 m 

6 a— 10 m 5 a— 11 m 7 a— 11 »i 12 (/— 12 m 6 h 
—13 »i 5 a— 14 wi 5 a— 16 m 5 a— 18 m 5 a— 19 
?n 5 a— 20 m 12 a— 21 m 1 1 a— 2 1 m 12 r/— 23 wi 

7 6—24 m 6 A— 26 w 5 5—27 m 5 a— 27 m 10 / 
—28 m 5 a— 30 m7 a 

in Biscay, 30 m 7 a — 31 w 12 a 

Subscriptions for the Wounded, 5 »i 5 



a— 28 mGe 

Despatches about, 24 m 5 e 



Cartagena, Capture of, 12 J 11 a 

— Convicts, 6 fl2 6—24 in o a 
Destruction of the Teiuan by Fire, 2j 5 a 

— Engineering Notes, 30 j 4/ 

— Entry into, 15 J 5 a — 17 j 5 a 

— Fall of, 14 / 5 rt— 16 / 5 a— 22^ 12 a 

— Fugitiws, 17/10 fi— 6 /'5 a— 10 f 12 a 
-from, 2/12 rt 



Notes by a Cruiser off, 13 i 8 a 

Occupation of, 10 j 5 a 

Revisited, 30 > 4 d 

Seige of, 2> 5 a— 3 / 3 a— 5> 5 6— f, / 5 a 

^7j 5 a— 9 ; 5 6— 12; 5 a— 13; 5 c— 19^ 5 o— 
2\jbb—2GjSa 

Sinking of the British Steamer Ellen 



Comtance off, 12 ; 5 a — 20 i 5 6 

Suri-ender of, 20^ 9 f 

the Terms of Capitulation, 227 12 d 



— Castelar (Senor) Letter, 7 i 5 a 

— Combatz, the Commander, Arrest of, 20 j 5 6 

— Confessions of a Cantonal, 5/4/ 

— Cortes, Message Read by Senor Castelar, 6 
j h a 

— and Cuba, 12 7n 5 6 

— Decrees, 6 j 5 a— 12^ 5 a 

— Diplomatic News, 23 j 5 « 

— Export Tax, 17^ 5 rt 

— Ecclesiastical News, 26 m 5 6 

— Fighting at Somorrostro, 28/12 6 

— Finance, 27 j 5 a— 16/5 « 

— Government, New, in' Madrid, 8i 5 rt— loy 
5 a— 20y 5 6—2 / 12 rt— 3 f 12 «— 24 / 12 « 

Programme of, lOy 5 rf 

— Governmental Crisis, 3^3 a— 22 j 5 a 
Change of, 7 i 6 « 



— -• the Igualdad Suspended, lOj 5 6 
the Junta, Several Members, Flace Them- 
selves at Oran under French Protection, 15 j 
5 a 

Flight of, 16; 5 rt— 17y 5 a 

Madrid, New Crisis in, 67 5 a— 9 ; 5 6 

Coup d'Etat at, 6i 5 «— i) j 10 c— 10 j 5 c 

Eve of the Coup dVEtaf, 9 j 8 rt 

Medal Comnunnorative of, 8 / 5 6 

Programme of the New Government, 26 / 



5^; 



Ministerial News, 29/5 a 
Ministry. 1 / 5 rt— 2^ 5 rt— 16 J 5 n 



Spa 



PAUCEB'S index to *' THE TIMES '' NBWSPAPEB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Spain (continued), 

—-MiniBtry Manifesto to Foreign FowerSi 28 j 

66 

New, 16j7a 

Proposed New, 3 i 8 a— 6^ 6 a 

Resignation of , 5^' 6 a , ^ ^ , „ 

Miscellaneoni News, 9/6 a^l7/12 a— 26 

/12 a— 19 TO 6 a 

National Loans, 28/6 a _ ,« . „ 

;_ Newspapers Suppressed, 2 ; o a— 10 j 6 b— 

16 j 6 a-19i 6 a— 23 ; 5 a— 26 ; 6 a 
Arrest of tho Printer Ac. of the Jii*<ict«ro, 

' Editors of hold an Interview with Got- 



emment, 97 6 6 ^ * «« ^i, 

Fortugalele, Bombardment of, 27/5 a 

Postal Convention with Brazil, 6/5 a 

Santa Cruz, Arrest of, 28 m 7 6—26 w 10 c 

Saragossa, Armed Conflect at, 6 ; 6 o 

Serrano (Marshal) Yearly Allowance to, 4 

M 6 a «^ ,« 
Spurious Bank Notes, 20 m 12 a 

Stamp Tax, 29 j 6 a 

Subsidy to Soldiers, 6/6 a 

Toloso, Occupation of , 2 in 6 6 

VaUadoUd, Disturbances in, 7 j 6 a 

Volunteers, Senor Gandara Proposes to 

Organize 10.000, 8 m 6 a 

War Tax, 18 / 6 a * .v t> « * 

Sparke (James) on the Operation of the Ballot 

Span^w & Co?, on the English Iron Trade, 4 m 

p /I 
Speaker (The) Appoints his ChapUin, 7 m 9/ 
Special Service Fund, 81 IB 11 if . o,o^o 

Specie, Betum of the Shipments of Dnnna 1878, 

S^nce (— ) on the Utilization of Waste Steam, 

Spenii\Earl) on the Iruh El^^^^^ 

Spices, State of the Market, Ij 7/--8 ; 6 fr-9 j 
6 5-15 )• 6 b-lCy 6 b-^2lj 6 /-22y 6 A-24 
/6a-28jlU'-29; 7d-6/7.-ll/7/- 
12/7 e— 19/ 7 c— 26/ 7 6—4 m 6/— 6 m 6 rf 
—12 m 6 i— 19 m 6 6—26 m 7 / 

Spirits and Beer, Betum of the Consumption of, 

_. and Wines, Foreign, Annual Beport of 
Duty en, 11 / 7 rf 

Spofford (P. N.) on the San Domingo Bonds, 18 
tn 7 a 

.^ Amateur Championship, 24 m 10 /— 81 m 

Athletic Amateur Club, 80 m 9 / 

Club— Cambridge Umversity, 18 in 12 6 
Sports, Amateur Championship, 27 m 



12 6 



— Eton College, 16 m 5 « 

— Harrow School, 16 m 6 c— 80 m 9/ 
at LilUe Bridge, 17/9 « 

_ _ i. w • •!. no ... 



— Oxford University, 23 m 9/ 



_ Bear Hunting in New York, 4 i« 7 6 

Billiard Championship, 19 j 8 6— 2G ^ 11 / 

H-^ nandicap^l8 w 10 a-19 i« 10</— 20 »i 12 



Sporting (ccntimud). 

Billiard Matches, Oxford and Cambridgf, 

26 m 12 e— 80 m 12 o— 31 m 10 e 

at Stockport 27 m 6/ 

Breed of Horses, Notes about* I6/6y 

Bristol Royal Steeple Chases, 16 m 5 € 

and Western Counties Meetings, 17 at 13 



6—18 » 12 a— 19 m 12 a— 20 m 10 c 

Chess Match— City of London and Vienna, 

81 m 12 cT 

— Chester, 2 fl2 e— 4/11 d 

— Death of Voltigeur, 26/ 10 d 

— English Cricketers im Australia, 6/5 6—13 
7 5 d— 19y 6 6— 80 i 5 6— 10/ 12 a— 18/ 6 a— 
19 fB e— 17 m 7 6—^ m 7 c 

Skatmg Club on the Neva, 17/7 b 

— Epsom Spring Meeting, 2/12 e 
Football— Association Challenge Cup, 16 m 



5e 



Fox Club, 10 m 9 e— 28 m 6 c 
«* Grand Battue " at Chantilly, 28 ; 5 c 
Military and Bngby Hunt Steeple-chases, 



6 m 12 a 

National Hunt Steeple-chase at Ayles- 



bury, 4 m 12 </— 5 mlOd 

Waterloo Coursing Cup, 16/6/ 



-. H. Majesty's Staghounds, 5> 11 d— 20/7 c 
—11 m 9 c— 13 m 9 if— 18 im 6 ^— 24 m 10/- 
26 m 12 c 

— Hunting Appointments, 8/8 e— IO7 10 f— 
17 ;• 4 /•-24i 7 d-7 /•6/-14/10/-21/7/ 
—28/5 rf— 7 m 7 e— 14 m 7/— 23 m 5/ 

— Imperial Hunt at St. Petersburg, 24 / 12 6 

— International Football Match, 24 /*6/ 

— Lincohi and Liverpool Spring Meetings, 23 
IN 12 c— 24 m 10/— 26 m 12 6—26 m 12 o— 30 

m 9 e 

— Lincolnshire Handicaps, 24 j 7 d^2/ 12 c 

— Liverpool, 2 /* 12 c 

Spring Meetmg, 28 m 10 ^ 

— Modern Stteplechasing, 27 m 8 a 

— Newmarket Craven Meeting, 2/ 12 c— 6 J 

o a 

— Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 19 ; 8 6 
_26 |-6y— 29i7/— 5/12 e— 9/6 c— 11/12 
6-12/8 c-16/6 rf— 18/5/— 19/8 6—21/ 
7 rf— 23/ 10/— 26 fG /— 27/ 12 e— 2 » 5 1- 
3 m 10 6—5 m 10 e— 6 m 10 €—10 i» 8 a— 11 m 
9 c—\2 m 5 e— 13 m 6 /— 14 m 7 «— 16 m 9/— 
17 m 9 c— 18 m 6 e— 19 »i 12 <f— 20 m 12 «— 21 
m 12 e— 28 m 14 rf— 24 m 12 /-25 m 10/— 26 
in 5 «— 27 m 5 c— 28 »i 9/— 80 im 12 a 

the Crew Invited to Dine at the Mansion 



House, 28/ 12 c— 7 m 7 e 

After Seven Days the Oxford Mea 



Decline by Telegram, 10 m 12 c — 11 m 9 c 
Metropolitan Bailways and the Boat 



Bace, 31 m II a 

Chess Match, 28 m 10/ 

Racquet Matches, 24 m 10 f 



— Race Meetings, Notes about, 6 ; 10 / 

— Rigg*8 Staghounds— the Gentlemen Huat- 
ing with. Present a Donation to an Engine 
Driver for Reversing hia Engine to Save the 
Pack, 27/7/ 

— Rothschild (Baron Meyer de) Stable, 16 ; 

in fi 90 ni lOd 



ar. 31, 1874.] , palhsr's ikdkx to *^ ths tihks '* nswspapbb. 



Sug 



Sportiiig (continued), 

Boyal Hunt, 11 m 9 c 

Snipe Shooting at Home, 20 / 10 J 

Spnng Handicaps, A fll d 

Suburban Races, Notes about, 1 ; 6/— 2 j 9 

TattersaU's, 6 / 10 /*— 18^ 7/— 20j 10 b— 



27 ;• 8 c— 3 / 12 4—10 f 8 6—17 f 8 o— 24 fo 
y— 8 m 12 rf— 10 m 10 rf -17 m 13 6—24 m 10/ 
— 31 m 10 e 

Turf Prospects by Adm. Rous, 9/5 «— 23 

/•lOrf— 25/6/ 

Notes about, 19/9/— 6 w 4 e— 7 w 7 c— 



lO m 10 <f 

— University Sports, 28 m 10 e 

Wild Boar Hunt at Konigswusterhauscn, 8 



J 5 a 

Yacht Goshawk, 12/56 

Yachting— New Thames Club, 13^ 7 J 

Boyal Tames Yacht Club, 18 ; 7/— 24 m 



lOf 



Yatchtsmen and the Board of Trade, tee 
Yjlchtimek. 
Sproat (O. Malcolm) Agent-Qeneral for Canada, 
6 in6/ 

on British Columbia, 3 m 11 a 

Squatter on Crookham Common, 13 m 7 a— 23 

m 7 e 
Stafford, Soiree to the New Member of, 14 / 10 e 
Stamford and Warrington (Lord) on the Eton 

Charges in 1554, 13 j 8 6 
Stamp Duties and Stock Exchange, 5 y 7 a 
Stamps, Cancelling of, Notes about, 28ji' 6/— 27 

/ 6 c— 30 J 7/ 
Standard Discount Company, 26^ 6 a 
Stanley's Patent Furnace Company, 11 m 6 6 
Stanley (Dean) on the Greek Church, 26 /'12 e 
Slsuufela ( — ) on Mechanics* Institutes, 8i 10 a 

on Uniyersity Extension, 6 j 10 e 

Stai^ton (A. 6.) on Mr. Walpole and Mr. 

Canning, Sj 10 f 
Star of India, Appointments, 28/5 c 

Life Assurance Society, 3 m 6 a 

Steam Engines, Value of Exports, 14 / 9 «—18 /* 
7 d— 7 m 6/ 

Ploughs and County Bridges, 13^ 7 c 

Steel Company of Canada, 23 m 8 a 

Melters of Sheffield and the Brand of Cain, 

28/12 c 
Steerage Emigrants, 4 m 10/ 
Steere (Dr.) on the Death of Dr. Liringstone, 16 

jTSe 
Stevens (Charles) on the Annual Report on lafe 

Aasuranoe Companies, 4 m 6 a 
Stock Exchange — ^Proposed Clearing-house for, 
8>6 «— 21j 6 o— 11/7 a— 25/7 a— 28/7/ 
■ ■ Appointments, &c., 23 j 7 a 

Report of the Managers, 24 m 6 6 

Stocks, Foreign, State of, in every day's paper. 
Stone (John) on Voting by Ballot, 10/ 6 6 
Stop in the Wrong Place— the United States 

Tariff, 13/10/ 
Storm hi the Frische-Ha£f, 2/12 6—3 f 12 a 

—4/12 6— 12/12 a 
Stiachey (Edw.) on Labourers' Cottages, 14; 8 e 
StraiU of MaUioca, U m 12 6 



Strange Story of Indian Postage Stamps, 4 /* 7 / 

(Lt. Col.; on Lord Derby and Scientific 

Industry, 6/7 « 

Visitor at the President's House, 20 f7 d 

Stratton (Jas.) on Cheriton Mill Gretto, 20y bj 
Strawberries, Early, 19 m 11 e 
Street Betting in Liverpool, I j 10 d 

Nomenclature, 17/ 12 rf 

Tramways, List on Steam, I j 7 d— 7 j Q d 

— — — Brazilian, 30 m 8 6 

British and Foreign, 28/ 7 a 

— — • Buenos Ayres, 26 ; 6 a 

Columbia Market, 12 f7 e 

DubUn, 6/7 a— 16 f7 d 

Edinburgh, 4/11 c 

— Glasgow and Omnibus, 20 f7 a 

Leipzig, 26 / 7 6 

London, 25/7 a— m 7 /"— 23 m 8 6 

■ North Metropolitan, 16 / 7 a— 2 m rf — 
4m 6/* 
Sheffield, 21/6/ 

— of South London, fie 

Steam for, 28 m 6/ 

8TBIKGS:— 

of Agricultural Labourers of Dorset, 18 m 

of Brakesmen on the Erie Railway, 12 m 7 a 

— » of the American Engine Drirers, lo j 10 a 

of Builders at Hastings, 30 m 1 2 e 

of the Colliers, Notes about, 25 m 6/ 

•— — at the Monk Bretton Colliery, 6m7 d 
of the Nottingham Lace Trade, 6 j 10 6—8 

jlOe 
of the Sheffield Steelworkers, 11 / 12 e— 24 

/9 <— 5 m 5 6—10 m 10 e 

of Shipwrights at Dundee, 17 m 11 e 

attheTynoDocks, 5/'7e 

in the United States, 13y 12 a 

of the Workmen at the Tobacco Factoryi n 

Rome, 26 / 12 6 
and Lock- Out of the Engineers in London, 

Zj 8y— 6 ; 10 if— 77 11 c— 9i 5 c— 12 ; 6 /*— 

13i6«— 14i7«— 1979/ 
and the London Employers, 8/5 5 — 13 

j 7 b-^j 6h 

- Probable Settlement of the Dispute, 10 



jed 

Stuart (Rer. Edw.) on the London Mission, 12 / 
12 e 

SticUae, State of the Market, IGJOb 

Sturt (Wm.) on the Bankruptcy Law and 
Executions, 23 / 7 a 

Suburban Drainage— Twickenham, 14 m 10/ 

Suckling (Rer. F. H.) on the Wholesale SUughter 
in the South Seas, 25 m 5/ 

Suez Canal, see Canal. 

Sugar, State of the Market, 1 ; 7/— 2 / 7 /— 3 j 
fi /— 7; 6 (f— 87 6 6— 9> 6 rf— 10 y 7 fl— 14 / 6 
c— 16 j 6 6— 167 6 6—177 6 b— 21 j 6/— 22 i' 6 
6—23 / 7 6--24 J 6 a— 287 11 6—297 7 <f— 30 ; 
7 a— 31 j 5 f—i/n a-5 f7 a-6/7 6— 7 / 
7 0—11/7/— 12 / 7 f— 13/7 c— 14 / 7 6-IiP 
/6 6—19/7 c— 20/6 6— 21/6/-25/7>. 
26/7 6—27/7 6— 28/7/— 4 m 6/— 5 mBd 
— 6 m 6 6—7 m 6 </— 11 w 8 6—12 m 6 6—14 m 
6 (f— 18 m 7 a— 19 m 6 6—20 m 7 e— 21 mlOd 



nm 



m ^ 



n/* 



r9 ^ 



Sug 



palmer's index to " THE TOEES ^ KEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 



Sugar for Cattle Feeding Purposes, 19 / C a 

French Duty on, 27/5 a 

Home Made, IG fi e 

Importation of, Notes about, 17 j /*— 22 / 

SUICIDES:— 

— of EugeDcBellivier, after Murder and Arton, 
17 m 13 b 

of Mrs. Emma Chisnell, C /5 e 

of Dr. Dickson of Jersey, by Bleeding to 

Death, Gmll d 

of Dr. Dillon, 24/ 12 a 

of Emile Fretzschc, in a Cab, 12 m 7 /— 19 

m 5 e 

of Gen. Gablcntz, at Zurich, 5/7/ 

of Mr. Gilmore Evans, 3> 3 h—6 j 10 f 

of E. 15. Hall, in the Serpentine, 20/ i2 h 

of Charles Hampton, Drowned in the 

Thames, 3 »m 6 /* 

of James Ison, aftor Murdering his Son 

and a Workman, 23 vi 7 e 
of Mr. Edvrard Kennett, by Laying Down 

before a Coming Train at Margate, 31 ; 9 e 
of Desire Legrand. at the Bois du Convent, 

10/ G 5 

from Love, at Montdidier, 17/ 9 e 

of a Man, from Westminster Bridge, 1/9/ 

of Michael Murray, at Aldershott, 5 / 5 « 

of Wm. Tamment, off Westminster Bridge, 

Gj7c 
of Henry Patterson, from Board the Bi-eeze 

atSea, 24)orf 

of Stephen Deadman, after Attempting to 



Murder his Wife, 20 jOd 

— of Colonel Stevenson, at Akyab, 20 / 11 /" 

— of Field Marshal Von Gablenz, 30^ 6 b 

— of Admiral Wodehouse, 23 m 12 5 

— Attempted in a Gambling Saloon at Monaco, 
7yil/-16j6c 

of Mrs. Stevenson, of Edinburgh, after 



Attempting the Life of her Daughter, 25 m 

12 a 
Sullivan (Edw.) on Our Policy on the Gold 

Coast, IjlOe 
Sulphuric Acid, whether a Dangerous Article for 

Passage, 12 i» 5 c 
Sumatra, War in, 8/ 5 5—\0j 5 6— lOj 12 a— 

12 / 6 6— 13i 6 r/— 16j 5 c— 17.; 5 r— 19^ 6 h 

— 23i 5 c— 2(5^* 5 e—26j 7/-27j 5 a— 28i 6 

&— 29 / 5 a— 2/ 12 6—7 f 12 a— 9/ 5 c— 12/ 

12 a— 14/12 a-19 /*127»-20 /•12 a— 21/12 

6—24 / 12 a— 10 »i 5 6—10 m 5 6—20 m 12 6— 

21 m 12 6—23 m 7 6—28 m 6 6 

the Im Neuen Ileich on the War, 17 ; 6 d 

Sunday Closing of Public Houses, Deputation to 

Enforce it More Rigidly, 28 m 12 d 

Schools Convention, 27 w 7 c 

Supreme Court of Appeal, Notes about, 7 i 7 c— 

13;7rf 
Surgeons, Royal College of, 17 ./ 4 « 
Suspected Letters, American Order about, 16 ; 

10/ 
SUSPENSIONS: — 
Beane, Charles F., of tke Corn Exchange, 

21 fGa 
Elford, Henry, 20/6 a 



Suspensions {continued). 

Hannay and Sons, of Glasgow, 31 m 11 (f 

Harrison and Lett, of Liverpool, 20m7 b 

Oakcs & Co., 22 j 6 a 

Pitchford, E. B. and A. T., of Limehouse, 

15y6c— 20> 7 a 
Sa Leitao and Brother, of Permanbueo, 19 

m 6 a 

Swan, J. and R,, of Dumbarton, 25 « 7 a 

Watson and Champbell, of Glasgow, IC « 6 

6 — 28 m b c 
Zimmerman and Thomas, of Vienna, 19 m 



ft 



m 5 6 



Sweden, Diplomatic News, 4 

Swifte (Wm. Rich.) on the Viscountcy of Carl- 

ingford, 27/5 6 
Swindling by False Brooches, 3i 9 c 
Swiney Prize Awarded to Sir Robert Phillimorey 

23; 10/" 
SWITZERLAND :— 
Church and State in, 1 ; 9 f--^ j 8 6—8 ;-5 

6—12 j 10 c—Uj 5 6—22 y 5 '6—28 j 5 6—30 / 

5 6—4/12 6—5/12 6—9/5 6— 10/12a— 27 

w 5 6 

Extraditioa Treaty with Germany, 26 ; 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 15 j 5 c — 20 j 5 6-— 14 



/12r 

New Constitution, 24 m 5 6 

and the Papacy, 24y 5 c— 2Sy 4 /— 2 / 12 6 

Postal Department in, 2J6d 

Sykes (Sir Fred. Henry) on the Fire at the Pan- 
technicon, 5 m 6f 

Symonds (Adm.) Appeal for John Thomas, ft 
Trafalgar Veteran, 3 w 7 c/ 

Symons (G. J.) on the Rain-fall of 1873, 11/6 <f 

on Uniformity of Time, 4 m 10 h 

Synge (Major Geu. M. H.) Lecture on Improve- 
ments for Barracks, &c., 26/ 8 a 

T. 
Tafe (J. F.) on the Hackney flection, 14/ 10 a 
Taff Vale Waggon Company, 25/7/ 
Taglioni (Madame) Still a Teacher, 4 m 6/ 
Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbiu*y, Discovery of the 

Bones of the First, 19 m 5 6 
Talc of a Woodcock, 23y 10/ 
Tallow, State of the Market, 1 / 7/— 2 ; 7 f—3j 
5/— 5 / 7 6— 6 J 6 «— 7i 6 rf— 8 ; 6 6—9 jBd 
—10 ; 7 <;— 12i 6 rf— 13 ; 6 rf— 14^ 6 c-15/6 
6— icy 6 5—17 ; 6 c— 19 / 6 d- 20^ 7 6—21 j 
G/--22 i 6 6— 23y 7 6—24 ; 6 a— 26 j 6 </— 27 
/ 6 a— 28 ; 11 6— 29y 7 d-30j 7 a— 31> 5 /^ 
2 /*11 c— 4/11 fl— 5 f 7 «— 6/7 6—7/7 rt— 

10 f 7 6—11 f 7 /•— 12/ 7 ^—18 f 7 c-^Uf 7 
b—\Gf7 e-^njfG rf— 18 fG 6—20/6 5—21/ 
6 /*— 23/ 7 a— 24 f 7 a— 25/ 7 /"— 26/ 7 b— 27 
/7 b— 28/7 /•— 2 m 6 b— 3 m 6 a— 4 m 6 /"— 5 
m 6 </— 6 m 6 6—7 m 6 </— 9 m 7 «— 10 m'^b— 

11 »i 8 6—12 m 6 b— 13 w 7 <f— 14 m 6 rf— 16 m 
6 c— 17 m 8 e— 18 m 7a— 19 m 66—20 m7 c— 
21 m 10 d— 24 m 6 6^ 25 m 7 /— 26 m 7 /— 27 
;n 7 6—28 m 6 6-^SO m 8 c— 31 m 11 b 

Tapioca, State of tne Market, 12 m 6 6 
Tasmania, Salmon in, 20/8 « 
Taylor (Tom.) Novelists and Dramatists, 16 « 
8c 



Mar. 31, 1874.] rALMtfu's index to " the tmes " NEWspArER. 



The 



Taylor (William) on the Late High Tide, 25 wi 5 b 

Tea, Adulteration of, Notes about, 9^5 t—22j 
Sb-'G/Te 

Centennial Annivereary of the Tea Des- 
truction at Boston, 2j 7 b 

Consumption of, 5i 10/ 

Indian, GJ 9/— 27 j 4/ 

Jorehaut Tea Company, G / S a 

— Marylebone Vestry and the Board of Trade 
Correspondence on, I6j 7 b 

riaut, Age of, 31 7« 11 a 

Review of the Trade During the Past Year, 

7jGa 

State of the Trade in, 2j7 f—Gj G a— 9 / 

C rf— 13 i 6 «— 20 ; 7 «— 23 j 7 6—3 /' 1 1 (f— 10 
f'7 e-ll f 7 /— 17 fG e—2if7a-2of7f— 
3 w C/— 4 m 6/— 10 m G €—17 m 8/— 524 wi C 
«-27w7 6— 31mll6 

Tcbgrams, Secrecy of, and the Taunton Petition, 
23/ 6 « 

Lenient Construction of Parliamentary, 24 

He 

Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Com- 
pany, GjG a—\ I / 7 o— 24/ 7 a-r-4 w G « 

Telegraphic Apparatus, 13 /'G (/ 

Communication with Gibraltar, GjG e 

Monsters, 12 m 7 r — 13 m7 c 

Wires, 14/ 5 6—21/7 b 

TELEGSAPm:— 

Amoy and Shanf^hai, Sjob 

Anglo- American, 10 j 7 a— 9/ 7 a— 16/ 7 

c— 21 m 10 a 

BUboa and England, 1 1 / 12 a 

— Brazilian Submarine, 17/6 a— 12 m G a— 
2Gnt5 6 

Cape to Aden, 16/7 a— 17/6 a 

Cuba Submarine, 17 m 8 a— 24 m 6 c 

• — Direct United States, 24 w 6 a 

Eastern, SjG a— 13/ 6 n— 14 j 6 6—17 / 6 

0— 30 / 7 6—17/6 a— 7 m 6 6—19 m 6 6, two 

no/icM— 2G m7 a 
• ■ Extension Australasian and China, 9 / 

Oa 

— - Estimate of tlio Expenses of the Service, 25 
TO76 

• — Firth of Forth Cable, 30 m 12 f 
• — at the Gold Coast, 10 ; 5 c 

Indo European, 21/6 «— 28/ 7 e 

' — to Jersey, BreaJc in the Cable, 3 ;« 7 6 

- — Light Cable Company, 9/7 «— 11/7 a— 

13/7a— 14/7a— lG/7 a— 17/6 6— 18/6 

a— 21/6 a— 27/7 a 
— • Madeira and St. Vincent, 24 m 5 b 

Marseilles and Barcelona, 30 m 7 6 

Mediterranean Extension, 11 m 8 (2 

■ — Panama and South Pacific, I2j7 d 

Flatino-Brazileira Company, G m G a 

Portugueso Concessions, 16/6 (i 

Practical, 16/11 6 

— • Renter's Company, 8 ;* 6 a 

• — River Plate and Brazil, 21/6 a 

State of Shares, in every aay*s paper 

- — Submarine, 21/6 a— 25/7 c— 10 m 6 c 
"" " ■• Extensive Conceasion of to A. G. Newton 

for 25 Years, 2 »i 6 a 

United Kingdom Electric, 30/ 7 6 



Telegraphs (coniinmd), 

f—\bj 10/— 23i 10 e— 29i 7/— 5 / 9 e— 12/ 

7 e— 19/7 a— 26/8 a— 5 m 6 a— 12 w 6 6 - 

19 m 6 c/— 26?;i5/ 
West India and Panama, 3/5 a — 15 / 6 e — 

26 / 6 a—G mGa 

Western and Brazilian, 8/ 6 c— 17 ; 6 6 



Woalrtw O^^.oM ^t lUr^..^.^... 1 .* JV r 



1/\ 



Telegraphs British Telegraph Manufactory, 23/ 

76 
Hooper^s Works, 9/7 a— 17 /6 a— 20 / G 

o— 19 mGa 
Telegraphy in Public Schools, I j Sf 
Temperance Movement in Exeter llall, 25 wi 5 6 
Temperature of the Ocean, 24 m 4 e 
Temple, Rcadinj^i in, 10/ 12 d 

Middle, New Bencliers, IG/ 10 6 

Banquet to the Past and Present Bencliers, 

23 j 10/ 

Church, Lenten Services, lG/5 / 

(Sir Richard'i on tlie Indian Famine, 26 / 

lie 

(Bp.) on Examinations, 29 / lie 

Templin, (0^ W.) on the Marylebone Election, 

IG/lOc 
Thames anl Mersey Marine Insurance Company 

10 ;■ 7 a 

Chymical Compan}', 27; 6 a 

Plate Glass Company, 21 j 6 a— 31 ;« 11 a 

-, — Purification of, 12 «« 6/ 
THEATRES:- 

Adelphi, 6/3 «— 9 m 12 a— 30 m 14 b 

Albani (M.) at Moscow, 7 / 7 c 

Alhambra, 9 w 12 a 

Comedie Francaise, 19/ 10 c 

Court, 16/8 a— 7 m 10 rf— 14 m 12 c 

Criterion, 23 m 7 f 

Drury Lane, 4/7 e— 23/10 e 

Mr. Webster's Benefit, 3 m 10 d 



— French Plays, 6/8 </— 16/ 8 a - 30 / 4/— 
6 m 7 rf— 13 mGe 

— - Gaiety, 16 j 8 «— 26/ 5/ 

— Globe, 26/6/ 

— Ilaymarket, 6/8 c— 23 m 7/— 25 m 8 a 

— Her Majesty's Opera, 6 m 5/— 18 »i 9 c— 23 
w 7 rf— 80 m 14 a 

— Holborn, 14 w 9/ 

— Madeira and St. Vincent, 17 w 7 6 

— Lyceum, 21/5 d—d/S a 

— Marie Theatre St. Petersburg, " Life for the 
Czar" at, 26/10 a 

— Morning I^erformances, 28/ 12 c— 14 m 6 c 

— Olympic, 11 m 9 </ 

— Paris Opera, 9/ 6 e • 

— Princess's, 25/8 c/— 2 m 10 / 
Queen's, 24/10 /— 2 m lO/— 13 m 6 e— 30 



m 4 6 

Royal Italian, IS w 8 c/— 30 ot 14 a 

Royalty, 19/6 rf— 21 / 6 rf— 2 to 10/ 

Russian Opera, 21 m 11 a 

Strand, 23/10 e 

Surrey, 2 in 10 / 

TheatrelFrancais at Paris, First Representa- 
tion, 27 TO 10 c 

Vaudeville, 7/8 6—23 w 7 / 

Thtatrical Contract— Sale of Sanger's " Congress 
of Monarchs " to Mr. Barnum, 14/ 11 rf 



The 



PAUCEB'B index to '' THB TIVES '' NEWSPAPEB. 



[Jaiu 1 to 



Thetia Marine Insurance Company, 22jGa 
Thicke (Frank £.) on Norwegian Timber Ho«aefl, 

12/lla—23/8a 
Thirlwall (Bp.) on the Famine in Bengal, 20 m 

12/— 24 in 10 e 
Thorns (W. J.) on Anti-CeBtenariantsm, 7 j 11/ 

an Authenticated Centenarian, 80 m 8 e 

on Centenarianism, 24 m 6 e 

Thornton (F. du Pre) on Surburban Races, 1 j 

Three Empires — Austria, Russia, and Germany, 

28 /"S a— 28 fS a— 2 m 6 fi— 3 m 6 a 
Tichbome, Arthur Orton in Newgate, 3 m 10 6 

— Arthur Orton*8 Brother, 10 m G c — 11 tn 
13/ 

the Claimant in Prison, 4 m 11 d—o m 5 b 

Correspondence on the Remuneration Pa d 

to the Jury, 19 »i 11/ 

the Elder Bogle Dangerously 111, 6 ni G cf 

the Great Imposture, 2m Of 

Dr. Kenealy on the Trial, 10 ;« 12 c 

Reception of the Infant Tichbome at Aires- 
ford, 4 1)1 9 

Supplementary Estimate for the Costs of 

the Prosecution, 23 m 13/ 

Trial at Bar, 8 m 10/ 

Tichbomiana, the Collection for the Trial, 5 m 

10/ 
Tidal Otcrfiow in the Thames — Subscriptions 

for the Sufferers, 26 »i 7 6 
Tidy (Dr.) on the Adulteration of Butter, 19 j 6 

/— 12/6« 
Tmfoil DecoratiTC Fainting Company, 14 m 6 a 
Tin Plate Trade, lOy 5/-22i 6 </— 6 w 6/ 
PUites, Export Returns, 26y 4/ 

Trade, Arbitration on, 27 j 6 tf 

TirrcU (Thos.) Chalk u. Coal, 27/ 11 A 

<* Tite Bamicle " at Washington — ^Anecdote of 

President Lincoln, 28 j 4/ 
Tithe Commutation Returns, 7j < / 

Redemption Trust, llmS f 

Tobacco, Adulterated, 18 /* 9 «— 20 flOf 

— Increased Consumption of, 10 /* 7 /* 

and Snuff, Import Returns, 11 m 14 d 

Tooting, Public Park for, 2/4/ 

Tower Hamlets Constitutional Association, 3 m 
11 if 

Trade of 1878, Extracts of Circulars on, 8^ 6 c— 
10 j 9 e 

Board of, Notices, 8i 6 a— 7i 8 a— lOy 8 b 

— 14 ; 8 6—17 j 8 a— 21 j 6 «— 24 ; 7 a— 81 j 6 
6— 7 /6 a— 11 f5 rf— 14 fS «-18/8 6—21 / 
7 a— 26 fS «— 7 m 7 o— 11 m 9 a— 14 m 8 tf — 
14 m 11 6—18 m 6 a— 21 m 8 a— 26 m 6/ 

Board of, New Offices, 21 / 6 c 

Returns, 8 ; 6 a— 13 ; 6 a- 9 /" 7 a— 9 m 7 « 

Export Trade with Russia, 23/6/ 

Foreign of New York, 23 /" 4/ 

with France, 26 / 10 « 

with India, 11 m 8 6 

— Outrage at Sheffield, 11 m 14 e 
Return of Foreign, 12/9 e 

of the South Wales Ports, U fOf 

State of, 1 j 7 6— 2^ 7/— 8 / 6/— 6> 7 «— 

7,6 e— 8 i 6 /— 9 ; 6 c— 10 j 7 6—12 ; 6 c— 14 
j 6 c— 16 I 6 A- 16i 6rf— 17j 6/-19 J 6 c— 21 



28j 11 c— 31 ; 5 e— 6 f7 6—7/7 6—9/7/— 
11 /•7 c/— 12 /•7e— 13/7 </— 14/7/— 16/7 
e— 18/6 6—19 / 7 /"— 20 /fi /"— 23 / 7 e— 25 f 
7 /— 26 / 7 /— 27/ 7 6— 28/ 7/— 2 m 6 «— 4 
m 6 a— 6 m 6 rf— 6 in 6 6—7 m 6 rf— 9 m 7 «— 

1 1 OT 8 c— 12 m 6 6—13 m 7 </— 14 m 6 6 — 16 m 
6 f/— 18 m 7 «— 19 m 6 /— 20 m 7 c— 23 w 8 rf 
-25 m 7 6—26 »i 7 6—27 w 7/— 28 w 6 c— 30 
m 8 c 

Trade Union Officials, Charge Against, see Polick 
— Hallidat, 26 / 6 « 

Outrages, 12 m 10 e 

Trades Councils, Proposed Federation of, 14 ; 9/ 

Guild of Learning, 14.; 5 r — 17 ; 6 c 

Union Congress at Sheffield, Annual Ga- 
thering, 12 j 11 a— 13 ; 12 rf— 14 j 12 6—15 j 

12 n— 16 J 12 a— 17 / 7 rf— 19 / 7 c 
'■ Meetings, 18 »n 6 !» 

Notes about, I97 7 6— 24i 5/ 

Parliamentarj Committee, 24 m 8 a 

— Unionism, Notes about, I4j6e 

in Teaching, 6/11/ 



Trafalgar Square Lions, 17 i/i 9 rf 

Veteran, Appeal for, 3 ?n 7 rf 

Death of, 20^ 6 rf 

Training Ships, 12 m 6y 

Tramways, «ee Street. 

Transfer of Land, Cost of, IO7 9 /" 

Transvaal Gold Fields. 18 /•7/— 20/7 rf 

Treasure Trove Company — ^Valuabie Discorerj 

in California, 7 / 5 /* 
Tree Planting in Nebraska, 16 m 6 e 
Treyelyan (C. E.) on Charity Electioneering, 19 

j 7/_6 w 10 6 

on the Bengal Famine, 12 m 8 6 

(G. O.) at Galashiels, 10 j 6 c 

Treves, Rioting at, 10 m 5 a 

(Bp. of), 18 m 10 rf 

Trichmosis in American Pork, 81 m 4 d 

Cases of, 4 m 6 6 

Trident Marine Insurance Company, 27 j 6 a 

Trinity College Dublin and Lord Cairns^ 26 m 5 
e— 28 m6c 

True Mount Sinai, IS f5 a 

Tucker ( John^ on the Hondurus Railway, 24 j 7 6 

Tupper (M artm) Civil Service Pensien to, 10 jT Sy 

TURKEY:— 

American Religious Question, 23/5 £—4 

tn 5 6—10 m 6 6—26 m 6 6 

Annual Tribute from Roumania, 23 m 7 6 

—30 m 7 c 

and the Atchin War, 2^ 11 c 

— Court Circular, 1 ; 5 a— 10 nt 6 6—20 m 12 a 

and its Dependencies, 20 ; 5 6 — 16/6 a 

Diplomatic News, 1 j 6 a — 6 / 6 6^-^j 5 6 

—22 3 6 6—14 / 12 a— 16 / 5 a— 26/12 a— S 
m 6 6—6 m 5 6—10 m 6 &— 16 m 6 6—17 m 7 6 

Election of Patriarch, 6^ 6 6 

Finance, 9^6 h — 13 / 6 c — 16 ^ 6 c 

Loan, 2/12 6—20/ 12 a 

Ministry, 17/12 6 

Miscellaneous News, 23 / 6 6— 21 / 12 6—28 

m 6 c 

the Papal Party to Form a Separate Com- 
munity, 23/6 6 

Persia, Amicable Arrangements, 28 J 5 & 

— — Servian Tribute. 26 m 5 6 



Mar. 81, 1874.] paucxr's insex to " the times *' hbwspapeb. 



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Turkey (continued), 

ReTiiion of Commercud Treaties, 2/5 h — 

hjhc 
— — Snow Stonns in, 15 m 5 a 

— Tax on Newspapers, 8 i 5 ft 

and Tunis, 29 i 5 a 

Turkish Budget, 7/6 r 

--^- Ck>mmerci3l IWaties, 6J Qb 

Flnances,9/5c— 18/12a— 5m5ft— 11 m 

7 a— 12 m 6 ft— 23 m 7 6—27 m 6 ft— aO w 7 c— 

81 m 11 c 

MinistrT,24/lla 

Nayy, Monster Building in London for, 5 /* 

lOy 
Turks in Arabia, 21 m 12 b 

— and Caicos Islands to be Annexed to the 
Colony of Jamaica, Ij 5c 

Timneric, State of the Market, 7/7 a 
Tnrn^s Engrarings, Price Sale List of his 

Fourth Portion, 7 m 12 6 

Sale of, in Preparation, 16 ; 9 / 

Tyler (Capt.) on B^waj Companies, 27 m 7/— 

dOm60 
Tyndall (Professor) on Seund, 19 / 11 e 
T^pheid Ferer at Cambridge, 21 ; 7 «— 29 / 10 f 

-4K) / 6 ft— 6 /5 £/— 7 flic 



mtra-Centenarianism, 25/7 a— 26 / G e 
UNOLAIHEI) DIVIDENDS:— 

Adooek; Half ord. 7 / 1 ft 

— — Allchin, Gcoig''*, 5 / 1 ft 

AU^n, Maria, 20 m 1 'j 

~— Andrew, Thomas Tatam, 15 / 1 ft 
• Bacon, Peter, 15.; 1 ft 

— Bailey, James, 15 / 1 ft 

— Bayley, John and Ann, 6 i 1 ft 

■ Bewes, Rev. T. Archer, 9 w 1 ft 

■ — Birdj Rev. Roger, 20 / 1 ft 

■ Birt, Jacob, 17 m 1 b 

' — Bruton, Ann, 6jib 
- — Busk. Hams, 20 j' 1 ft 

— Cecil, Joseph, lojlb 

— Cole, Henry, 18/1 b 

- — Coleman, Geo. Francis, 15 » 1 ft 
- — Coles, Henry Beaumont, 20 j 1 ft 
- — Creed, George, 23/1 ft 

Crosley, Charles Decimus, 3O7 1 ft 

- — Dashwood, George Henry, 16 /" 1 ft 
- — Dennett, Mullins, 23 m 1 ft 

— Dixon, Pierson John, 2% fib 
■ — Eggleton, William, 6/ l*ft 

- — Evans, Herbert Davies, 28 m 1 b 

- — Eyles, Richard, 28 m 1 b 

FcUowes, Rev. Henry John, 20 j 1 ft 

— . GrifBth, John, 15 j 1 ft 

• — Hannah, Rev. W. Veale, 9 m 1 ft 

• — Hardy, John Stockdale, 7/1 b 

Harvey, Charles, 6 m 1 ft 

John, 20 j I ft 
Healey, Joshua, 15 j 1 ft 
Hewer, Rev. John, 23 m 1 ft 
Iremonger, William, 20 j 1 b 
Johnson, John, 26 m 1 ft 

LctilU, 26 lA 1 b 
Kimpton, James Arthur, 12 \ h 



Unclaimed DividendB (continued). 
— Landon, Charles Harcourt, 6/ 1 ft 
— — Francis Newcombe, 6 fl b 

Leaton, William, 80 j 1 ft 

^— Legge, Hon. Augustus, 28 /l ft 

Lewes, Richard, 27 m 1 ft 

Mackenzie, Hannah Margaret Cochrane, 22 

jilb 

Melliar, Andrew Foster, 81 j I ft 

Miles, Samuel, 7/1 b 

-^— Morshead, Carolme Mary, 21/1 ft 

Morton, Ann, 10 m 1 ft 

Parker, John, 30 i 1 ft 

Ransford, Henry, 8 j 1 ft 

Ratt, Francis, 28 m 1 ft 

Reado, Rev. Joseph Bancroft, 2 / 1 ft 

Rev. Richard, 2 / 1 b 



Redesdale, Lord, 7 »i 1 ft 
Roberts, Frederick, 15 } 1 ft 
— Eleanora, 6 m 1 ft 
John, 20 /• 1 ft 



— Robinson, Thomas Leedham, 20 / I ft 

— Schreiber, John Charles, 10 / 1 b 

— Sear, William, 23 »i 1 ft 

— Shapter, John, 20 / 1 ft 
^— Simmonds, Mary, 17 »i 1 ft 

— Singleton, Henry Sydenham, 16 / 1 ft 

— Smith, Wm. John Bemhard, 20^ 1 ft 

— Soldiers' Balances Unclaimed, 6^1 c— 3 / 
1ft— 17/1 c 

— South Wales Mineral Railway Company, 7 
/1ft 

— Symonds, Samuel, 15 j 1 ft 

— Taylor, H. A., C. A., and Samuol, 15 ; 1 ft 

— Treacher, Susannah, 10 m 1 ft 

— Trent, Lt. John, 16 /" 1 b 

— Vizard. WiUiam, 18/1 ft 

— Watson, George Bethill, 28 / 1 b 

— Willes, John, 2/lft 

— Williams, Thos. Peers, 9^ 1 b 

— Willoughby, Mary Ann and Charlotte, 17 
jib 

Winterbotham, Thomas, 20/ 1 ft 



Uniformity of Time, Notes about, 27 y 5 r— 4 rf 

10 b— 6 m 6/ 
Union of City Benefices, 5 j 12 ft 

Insurance Society of Canton, 81 ;' 5 c 

»-— > Marine Insurance Company, 8 j 6 a 
United Discount Corporation, 20 J 7 a— 27 i 6 d 

Land Company, 16/7 rf 

United States— Army, 26 j 4 e— 20 f9 

Coal Trade, 6 / 9 « 

Commercial CMsis, 4 / 11 a 

— Constitutton, History of, 28 »i 5 c 
— ^ Customers of, 17 m 6 « 

Expenditure, 28 j 10 < 

Farm Products, 11 m 6/ 

— - Finances, 11 m 12 ft 
Harbours, 6 /'9 « 

— Indian Rising in, 12 m 4 « 
Interest, 13 m 6 / 

Liquor Traffic, 10 m 7 s 

Money, 9j KJ 

National Library, 7 i ^ f 

New Map of, 9 j 4 / 

Statutes, Revision of, 5 j 4/ 



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FALBIEb'S index to *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPEB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



United States, War Expenses, Dr. Zacharic's 

Chargos for Cutting the Corns of Soldiers, 11 

w 12/ 
Universal Didinfcclor Company, 10 m U a 

. Marine Insurance, 9 j a —29 ; 7 c 

Universities Commission Meetings, 14 ; 11 J 
University College — Annual Meeting, 28/6/ 

of Athens, 22 / 9 f 

College Hospital, 20/ 5/-^ll / 12 rf— 13/ 

8 />— 10 iM 12 c— 26 m 11 f 

Extension, 6 j 10 e 

Unpleasant Neighbour, 8/11/ 
Unprotected River and Canal Banks, 10/ 7 b 
Unscatrorthy Sailors, 27 /12 « 
Ships, 12 J 6 c— 17 ; G /— 22^ 12 (1—27 j 9 

c— 18/11 b^U m 12 e— 26 m 11 c 

Alleged of the Carthoss, 27 m 11 / 

• " ' • Commission, 14 «i 12 e — 18 m 5 6—23 in 

14 e— 25 Ml 6 6 -28 w lid 

Correspondence of Mr. Plimsoll, Harvey 



and Alsop, 8i 7 c 

Detention of, 26 »j 11 c— 27 m 7 c 

and the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, 



16/116 

South Shields Chamber of Commerce 



abjut, 17 /■12 c 
Upton (Capt. R. D.) on the Turf and Adm. Rous, 

6 m I «— 10 m 10 a 
Use for the Surplus, 14/12 a 
Utopian Metropolis, 23/10 rf 

V. 

Vaccination, Cases of Opposing, 7 j II d 

Act and Mr. Lowe, S fob 

Vafea(T.) New Method of Raising Sunken Ships, 

6 ^t 10 e 
Valde Travers Asphalt Compiny, 12 m 6 c 
Van Diemens Land Company, 12 rn 6 a 
Venables (E-.hv.) on the Cistercian Abbey and 

its Chronicle, 12 m 5 f 
Venuj of Falcrone, 18 / 7 J 

Transit of Notes about, 2j 12 rf— 8/7 d 

Ycrney (Commander E. Hj on Cannibalism at 
Bonny, 10/7 e 

(Sir Harry) Revio-v of his Parliamentary 

Life, 24/5 d 
Verrall (Marcus) on Suburban Races, Sjdc 
Veteran Novelist, Appeal for, 24 m 6 e 
Vicary (J. F.) on Norwegian Timber Houses, 18 

/7c 
Victoria, Gold of, 24 m 9/ 

Parliament Dissolved, 12 m 5 b 

Village Hospitality, 13 / 6 c— 19 / 7 /— 23 f 
11/ 

Penny Savings Banks, Notes aboutj7i 7 6 

— 10;6y— 14;«/ 
Vine, Monster, at Santa Barbara, California, 27 

m 4 e 
Virgin Jlary, Appearance of to a Young Girl at 

Eon tel, 20/10/ 
Virginias, see Cuba. 
Vision in France, 20/10 f 
Vivisection, Notes by, 1 ;*10 d-- 2j\0c 
Voice from S^otLin-l. 17/116 
Volcanoes -Moaiu Vesuvius, ;'» j 5 c — 2Vj 5 a — 

8/lOc— 10 w 5 c 
Volta Expedition, i /* U 



Voluntary Supersession of Masters, Notes about» 

3;4e 

VOLUNTEERS :— 

Annual Returns of, 27/5 c 

Artillery Company, Distribution of Prixes, 

23/12 c 

City of London Rifles, 6^* 5 c 

iTield Day at Wimbledon, 23/12 rf 

at St. Paul's Churchyard, 23/12 d 

Cinl Service Volunteers, 6^ 5 « 

County of Middlesex, Ajinual Prize Meet- 
ing, 16/6/* 
'— ^ Easter Monday Review, Meetings about, 9 
/■6/— 16 / 11 r— 24 m 5 d—27 m 8 c 

Notices about, 23 / 12 a— 5 m 5 c — 30 si 



7d 



— Field Day at Wimbledon, 10 m 5 e 

— French Invitation to English Volantcers, 
26 m 12 c 

— Inns of Court, Distribution of Prizes, 13 /* 
12 c 

— 2nd London Rifle, 5 m 5 c 

— London Scottish Rifles, 16/5 /* 
— . Notices about, 25 /* 12 6 

— Presentation of Prizes in ^Westminster Hall 
to, 9/6/ 

— Queen's Rifles, 6^ 5 e 

— Roval Naval Artillery, 6/5 e— 23 ; 1 « 

— South Middlesex, Ufo'f 

— 12th Surrey Rifles, 23 fU d 

— War Office Returns, 23) 6 d 
Volunteer Service Gazette on, 23 / 5 cf 



Voting Charities, 14y 5 « 

by Ballot, Notes about, 6/ 10 c 

W. 

Wages and Expenditure, Notes about, 2j II f 
Walker (A. O.) on the Block System, 16 m 6 c 

(IL P.) on South Carolina Rice, 6 f7f 

Waller (Horace) on the Fate of Dr. Livingstone, 

12/6 /' 

on Dr. Livingstone, 31 »i 10 d 

Walpolc (S.) on Mr. Walpole and Mr. Canning, 

9j 5 c 
and Canning, Notes about, Sj 10 /— 9j 5 c 

—\0j 9/— 12 ; 5/^ 13j 8 a 
Walrond (J. W.) on Agricultural Labourers, 13 

.; 10/ 

Wanklyn (J. A.) 5 m 12 6 

Warehousemens and Clerks* School, Annual 
Dinner, 11/6/* 

Warning to the Indian Government, 17 j" 8 6 

Warspite Training Ship, Meeting of the Gover- 
nors, 23; 10« 

Warren Ilasting's Cup. 1 7 m 7 « 

Warrington, Donation of the New M. P. to, 14/ 

5/ 
Warwick (Lord) on the Rugby School, 13 j 8 6 

Washing Dirty Linen at Home, 7 m 10/ 

Washington (George) on ihe English Church in 

France, 26 /12 c 
Watclies and Clocks, Return of Imports, 16 ; 5 / 
AVatchnight Services, 1/9/ 
Water Colour Drawings, Price Sale List of ■ 

(llollection of, 3 m 7 d — 10 m 6/ 

Companies, Bristol, 10 w 6 c 

Cadiz, 17 ; G 6—19 i-27 i/i 7 a 



Mar. 31, 1874.] palmer's index to '' the times " newspaper. 



wa 



Water Companies, English Waterworks at Berlin, 

6>7«— 231*6/ 

Odessa Company, 26 w 7 a 

State of Shares, in every day's paper, 

Notes on Pure, 5 j 5 f 

Spout off Gibraltar, 16 ?n 7 « 

Waterlow CSir Sidney) Nttices about, 13/ 9 / 
Waterloo Road Wcsleyan Lay Home Mission, 6 

m 5/ 
Waterhouse (J. W.) on the Presence of Mintf of 

a Young Child, 16/ 6 c 
Wayne*8 Merthyr Steam Coal and Iron Works, 

3lj5c 
Weather of 1873, Dr. Allnatt's Account of, GJid 

in Southern Italy, 7 filb 

State of, 29 j 9 e— 31 j 11 e-3/10 cf— 4/ 

12 c— 5/ 10 c 

in every day*s paper 

Wearers' Company, Conservative Festival at, 12 

J 6« 
Webster (Benjamin) Testimonial to, 17 /'7 c/ 

Weighing Grain, Notes about, 23 m 8 a— 30 m 8 a 

Wellington College, Meeting of Governors, 19 

in 5 e^ 

-: Iron and Coal Company, 12 m 6 a— 20 m7b 

Welsh Woollen Manufacturing Company, 22 j 6 

a— 26y6rt 
Wesley an Home Missions, Annual Meeting, 12 

01 12 e 
West (W. R.) on the Operation of the Ballot Act, 

African Reyenues, 30 to 6/ 

-^ Haddon Case, 12 j 7 6—17 ; 12 rf-21 / 11 / 

—23 J 6 b 
of England ¥ire-Clay, Bitumen and Chy- 

mical Company, 29 i 7 c 
India and Pacific Steamship Company, 11 

WEST INDIES:— 

Commercial Intelligence, Ijo c— 14/8 b 

End of th« Entre-Rios War, 16y 7 c 

Fight in Mauzanilla, IJ oc 

MisceUaneous News, IJS e^UJ 6 «— 16/ 

6 4—6 m 6 rf ^ . , . ,, . 

Revolution in Santo Domingo, 1 ; 5 d 

— — Sieee of Mauzanilla, 16/6 6 

WM^ther, State of, 1 ; 6 d—U j 6 e— 16/ 6 d 

West Mastyn Coal and Iron Company, 10; 7 a 
Western Andes Mining Company, 29/ 7 c 

Counties Sack Lending Company, 13 m 7 d 

Waggon Company, 2 m 6 rf 

Westinghouse Air Brake for Railways, 21 m 11 rf 
Westminster (Duke of) Address of his Tenantry 

to, on his Eleyation, 2 w 9 e 

Marquis of, to be Created a Duke, 20 / 9 s 

Mayor and Corporation of Chester Address 

to, 3 m 9 e 
Westminster Abbey, Notices about, 10 j 6 b 

Preachers, 28 m 6 c 

— - Memorial Hospital at Shaftesbury, 19 m 11/ 

School Exhibitions, 26 ; 6 c 

Palace Hotel Company, 2 / 11 c 

Whale Fishery, 10/11 e 

Wballey (G. H.) on the Luie Case, 12 j 11 b 

on his XJommittal for Contempt of Court, 

24i'5e 



Whalley (G. H.) Letter to Luie, 12 y 11 6 

What can it Matter — Free Trade League, 23 m 
7 c 

Wheat, American, 12 m 6 c 

Trade of Algeria, 6 ; /* 

of France, 14/9/— 21/6/-23 m 6 b 

from Russia, 17/9 c— 12 »i 6 / 

Crop of Spain, 10 j 7 a 

of France, 2S/ 12 rf 

Largest Cargo Ever Shipped from Califoi'- 

nia, 26/7 « 

Payments for, II f7 b 

and Flour, Foreign I>ade, 12 / 5 /— 19 / 

6 d 

Where the Cold has been— Nevada, 24 m 9 /' 

Whichcord (John) on the Fire at the Pantechni- 
con, 20/10 6 

Whitaker (J.) on a Catalogue for Current Liter- 
ature, 27/12 c 

White (R. A.) on the Manuel Junction Railway 
Collision, 30/7/ 

Nile, 18 w 5 6 

Whitworlh (Henry) on the National Federation 
of Employers, 2 j 1 1 / 

Who Shall Decide— Adulteration Act, »i 7 6 
Why Not in London— an Electric Clock in Pitts- 
burgh, 6/9/ 

Wightman (W.) on Compulsory Education. 4 m 

7/* 

on School Board Truants, 11 »i 9/ 

Wilberforce TBp.) Memorial Cross Erected, on 

the Spot where he was Killed, 13/5 d 

Donations, 12/7/ 

Wild Ducks Ashore and Afloat, 13 /'ll /" 
Wills ( W. G.) Sly Humour, 5m7d 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Bawtree, John, 13 /8 c 

Beare, Major W. G., 13/8 c 

Blayney, Lord, 13 / 8 c 

Bromilow, Henry beo., 23^6 e 

Browne, J. Beale, 27 to 11 e 

Bullock, Archibald, 28/10/* 

Callaghan, Wm., 20 to 7/ 

Calton, George, 6 to 7/ 

Cavendish, Lord Richard, 9 / 11 / 

Charrington, Frederick, 13 to 7 6 

Chasemtre, George, 13 m 7 6 

Clay, Henry, 20 /lO c 

Cosier, William, 9/11/ 

Cowans, John, 13 /*8 c 

Craigie, Gen. Sir P. E., 2Sj 6 e 

Crawihay, George, 2j7 h 

Curling, Mrs. Elizabeth, 28/10/ 

Davis, Charles William, 28 /'lO / 

De Clifford, Baroness, 20/10 c 

Dickinson, Wm., 6/12 a 

Dyraoke, Rer. John, 16/6 Z" 

Eden, Sir WiUiam, Qfl2a 

Espnassy, Algernon d', 6 to 7/ 

Ewart Wm., 13 to 7 6 

Fontenelle, Marquis de, 6 to 7 /* 

Fry, Mrs. Ann, 23 i 6 s 

Garston, Lt. Gen. R. L., 27 to 11 c 

Glass, Sir R. A., 6/ 12 a 

Gonzalez del Valle, Donna AntoiiLk 28 / 

10/* •» / 



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PALMEB's IKDfiX TO ''THE TI1IK6 " NKWSFAPEB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Wills and Bequests (rontifuud). 

Goslibg, liichard, 21 / 7 c 

Hardinge, Sir H. C, 20 m 7/ 

Hardwicke, Earl of, 2 i 7 6 

Ileald, Dr. James, 2 j 7 6 

Higham, Daniel, 9j\lf 

Hill, Thos. Wm., 20 m 7/ 

Jaffe, Daniel Joseph, 6 m If 

Jamieson, Andrew, 21 j 7 r 

King, Baroness, 23 ; 6 s 

Liflburne, Karl of, 9 ; 11/ 

Little, Jeremiah, 16 j 6 ?* 

Lucas, H. J., 28/10/ 

Lyyeden, Baron, 16 ; 6 /" 

Makins, Miss Lucy, 6/ 12 a 

MelvUle, Henry, 6 / 12 a 

Moore, Hon. R. F., 20 / 10 c 

Monckton, William, 27 w 11 a 

Murray, Dame Emily, 16 i 6 /" 

Nastle, Geo. David, 13 / 8 c 

Nightingale Wm. Edw., 6 m 7/ 

Orr, Robert, 13/8 c 

Pegus, Mrs. J. M. M., 13 m 7 6 

Pericr, Andre Jean Joseph, 9/11/ 

Philips, Mark, 20 /" 10 c 

Portarlington, Countess, 2S flOf 

Prussia, Queen Dowager of, 7 j 9/ 

Pughe, Mrs. Anne, 20 / 10 r 

Ramsden, Lady Harriet Frances, 16/ 6/ 

Randell, James, 13 m 7 6 

Richards, Richard Meredyth, 23/ 6 s 

Robbins, (George, 2/7 6 

Roberts, Onesunus, 20/ 10 c 

Robinson, Peter, 27 m 11 s 

St. John, Baron, 13 m 7 6 

Scott, Biuny, 9j 11/ 

Semper, Mrs. Harriet, 2/7 6 

Smith, Sir Francis Pettit, 20 m 7/ 

Stenning, William, 2Sfl0f 

Stuart de Decies, Lord, 6 m 7/ 

Sturdy, Daniel, 9/11/ 

Taylor, Lt. Gen. A. J., 6 /12 a 

Twopenny, WilUam, 16 i 6/ 

Westbury, Lord, Note about, 10 m 12 6 

Wingfield, Mary Alicia, 28/ 6 s 

Winslow, Dr. Forbes, 27 m 11 s 

Winterbotham, Henry Selfe Page, 23/ 6 « 

WilUams (G. H.) on the Surrender of the FiV- 

yim'uj, 6i7& 
(Watkin" Address to his Constituents, 12/ 

10/ 
Wilson (James) on Emigration to Canada, 10/ 

66 

(H. J.) on the Sheffield Election, 21/5 /* 

(Major C. W.) on Mount Sinai, 3 m 7 6 

(R.) on Village Penny Sayings Banks, 7 / 

7 h 

;R. H.) on the Famine in Bengal, 15 j 6 / 
;H. W. M.) Lost at Clapkam Junction, 8 / 

10 s 
Wilson-Patten (CoL) Proposed Eleration of the 

Peerage, 28 /'12 k 
Winchelsea (Earl) on the Arab and his Barb, 17 

at 13 6 

on the Breed of Horses, 16/6 /— 7 m 7 c 

Winchester, New Law Ck>urts at, 7 j 12 a— 8 / 

10 d 



ii 



Windsor and its Visitors, 24/ 12 d 

Castle—Sute Apartments Closed, 5 i 9 < 

Wine, Definition of Pure, 28/7 a 
— ^- Diiferential Duties on, 15/ 6 <f 

Export from Oporto of Port, 13/ 6 a 

Italian, 12/ 4 d—l2 m 4 cf 

Manufacture of Port, Notes about, 7 / 7 &^ 

9/ 10s— 16/ 11/— 17/ 11/ 
Return of Shipments of Sherry from Spiio, 

9/6 a— 13) 6a 
Winkel & Co.— Bank of England no Befenooe 

for, 6/ 6 a 
Winter on the Nile, 9 m 4 J 
Witt (G. Alex.J on the Arab and his Barb, 17 ■ 

13 6 
Wolf in Cavan, 30 m 8 e 
Wolselev (Louisa) on the Ashantee War, 9 m7 a 
Woman s bufifrage. Meeting about, 3 m 5 « 
Reply to the Memorial to Mr. Glodstone on, 

2/7/ 
Disabilities' Remoral BUI, 3 m 5 e— 24 m 11 

</— 27 TO 6 « 

— Whisky War, see America 

Wood (J. T.) Diana of the Ephesians, 17/8 a 

O.Iron, 23/12 i5 

Wool Stones, New Warehouses in the Docks, 7 

m 12 6- 10 m 6 6 

Sales of Colonial, 31/ 6 c 

Trade, State ef the Market, 5/7 ^— 12/ 6 

d— 19/ 6 s— 26 ; 6 s— 2/11 c— 9/ 7 6—16/7 

ft— 18 /•6 &— 23/7 «/— 2 m 6 6—9 m 7 e— 23 « 

8 s &/— 30 m 8/ 

Value of Imports, 18 m 10/ 

Woolwich Steam Packet Company, 12 m 6 c— 23 

mSb 
Worcester Cathedral and its Clock, 6/5 d 

— and its Beredos, 6 m 5 s 
Restoration, 21/10 cf 

Word for the Police Vocabulary, 5/11/ 
Workhouse Children— Southall Schools, 8 1 10 ^ 
Working Man Candidates, 6/12 6—17 /* 6 rf- 8 
m7<f 

— Men's College^ Annuid Winter]Soii«e, &c., 
8/3s 

Lord's Day Rest Association Addrsss to 

Electors, 30/ 6/ 
Workmen's Peace Association, Conference st 

Bristol, 3 m 7 e 
Wortley (James Stuart) on the Superior Conit 

of Judicature Act, I3j 7 d 
WBEOXS:- 

and Casualties, Official Return, 8/ 10 e 

of the AJtola on the Kentis Knock, 80 m 9^ 

of the AUthia, 9/ 6/ 

of the AnctT^, Official Inquiry into, 16/ 6/ 

of the Aretumt, Sentence on the CaptaiD/ 

18/5 cf— 28/ lie 

Notices about, 17 / 7 d 

of the Blonde^ 28 m 12 h 

of the CarbelU, off Aberdeen, 2 m 5 s 

of the Cardrost, Official Inquiry into, 27 « 

of the Charlet Gray, Landing of the Crew 

at Plymouth, 26 / 9 a 

of the Circe, Official Inquiry into, 18/ 12 c 

of the Conordia, Official inquiry into. 19/ 

110—28/6 6 ^ J » I 



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Wnoki (eontimied). 

of the Coniairdf on the Soath ¥oiebuid, 27 

mBc 

of the Crimea, Offlciftl Inquiry into, 20 j 5 / 

of the DevanvaUf 16 m 7 « 

of the Elien Cotutanoi^ OfiBcial Inqniir, 12 

/$/— 18/7if 
of the Grace Darling, at Rattraj Head, 2 m 

5« 

— of the Lath BavelocIL on the Goodwin 
Sandj, 11/ 11 /- 

of the Iron Crosi, at Clogher Head, 5 i 11 a 

— Official Inquiry into, 7/9 • 

of the Marie^ off the Norfolk Coaat, 10 m 

9d 
^— of the Marie EUsabeih, on the Pale Sands, 

26/6 tf 
of the MarkvoeUf on the Coaat of Jutland, 

27m a r 
of the Mary Spencer, Dirided Bet ponsibily 

—Official Inquiry, 26y 10 a 
of the Minnehaia, off SoUly, 19 / 7/— 20 j 

7 e 

of the iVife, 81 m 12 It 

of the Panther, off Tilly Point, S fJ b 

of the Pieton, at Cape Breton, Sj7b 

— of the Queen EUxabeih, near Tarlfa, 16 m 5 
&— 17 m 8 a— IS m 5 6—24 m 6 /— 25 m 7 d— 
27 JR 7 <f— 80 m 7 c— 81 m 12 6 

of the jRaveaeworth Caetie, at Caietor. 10 j 6 

d^l2j7d 

of the River Eden, 12 j 11 a 

of the JUver Kriekna, oil Tuskar, Sj 6 b 

of the iSofe, hi Dundnun Bay, 27/11/ 

of the iSbrtiA, 18/11 <f 



WredkB {continued), 

of the Surat, lij 6 6—19 m 11 «— 80 mSe 

— of the TkorwaUben, Official Inquiry into, 6 

m 10 « 
— - of the Virginiut, in St. Stephen's Bay, 12 / 

11a— 16^9 « 
of the Wokington, Official Inquiry into, 9 m 

11/ 
— - of the Wooeing, 6 m 7 (f— 16 m 5 6 
Wrongs of the Irish Peerage, 17 j 12/ 
— — of ScotUnd, 20 m 12 e 
Wroughton (T. C.) « Nolo Episoopari,*' 21 j 7 c 

Y, 

Yachtsmen and the Board of Trade, 2/8 b— 7 

86 
Yankee Notion, 12 m 7 <f 
Yarknnd Mission, 9 ; 5 d— 17 /6/— 5 m 5 a^l6 

m 5/— 26 m 6 a— 28 m 10 a 
— - Mr. Forsyth's Account of, 17 m 18 a 
Treaty, 28 m 5 a ,- 

— seelNDIJL — FORSTTH,^'^ 

Yellow Ferer on Board H.M.S. Aboukir, at 

Jamaica, 11/12 « 
Yosemite Valley, 20/ 10 « 
Youl (J. A.) on Salmon in Tasmania, 20/8 e 
Young (Brigham) and his Family, 8^56 
(Mrs. Ann Elisabeth Webb) Lecture on the 

Mormons, 8i 8 a 

Z. 
Zoological Society, Monthly Meeting, 28 j 9 c— 

30/6 6—20 m 12 d 
— • Jaran Rhinoceros Arrirei for, 10 m 9 d 
Zulu Bismgin Natal, 17 m 5 /-.19 m 12 c-28 m 

11/— 24 m 10 (^26 m 6 « 

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" The only true history of a country is to be found in its newspapers." 

Lord Macaulat. 



Sotmoti. 

PALMER & SONS, 291, STRAND, W.G 

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PALMEfi'S 



INDEX TO THE "TIMES" NE 




SPRING QUARTER— APEIL 1 TO JUNE 30. 



Bbfkbincb.— TAtf 7Vm« Newspaper having a separate pagination to each number, the following method is adopted 
to salt it to any file: thus a 11 means 8th, April page 11, column 5; the Italic letter after the first flgnre 
noting the month, and the italic letter (accorcung to alphabet) after the second figure noting the column of 
the page. 



A. 

Abating a Nuisance — Turnpikes, 26 i 9/ 
Aberdeen (Lord) on Bailway Accidents and 

Railway Signalmen, 16 a 12/ 
Aborigines Protection Societj,*^ Annual Meeting, 

23 m 10 <f 
About (£dm.) on Jules Janin, 2dj9c 

on Mr. Beulc, 1 1 a 11 & 

Academy : Pot-Pourri, from Punch, 14 m 10/ 

ACaiiEKTS:— 

to (ieorge Allen, by Falling from a Train in 

Motion, 21 m 9/ 
to Robert Bales, from the Discharge of a 

Spring Gun, 19 m 13/ 
to Richard Bennett, Killed when Getting 

from an Omnibus, 2 ; 11 « 
to Charles Blane, Drowned at Littleover, 8 

fllO/ 
to Jas. Boggs, Found Drowned at Margate, 

lljl2d 
to James Bray, Killed at Offham Chalk 

Pit, 24 i 7 6 
- — to John and William Bull, Drowned while 

Bathing at Serington, Uj 12 d 
• Boat Upset on the Cam, and One Young 

Man Drowned, 6 a 8 a 
at Cove Sea, Three Fishermen Drowned, 

8 fit 12 cf 

on the Lake of Geneva, Three American 



Students Drowned, 21 m 12 6—22 in 9 /— 28 m 

11/ 

on the Sea, and Two Young Men Drown ed. 



6 a 3 e— 8 a 6 </— 11 a 12 f 

on Leicester Canal, and Tw6 Women 



Drowned, 7 a 9 6 

at Portland Breakwater, Three Coast- 



gnardsmen Drowned, 23 m 5 « 

and Three Fishermen Drowned off 



Whitby, 13 o 12 6 

at Wisbeach, Two Persons Drowned, 3 J 

Urf -^ 

— Boiler Explosion on Board the Belisar, 8 m 
12 6 

► on Board the Tigris, 9 m 11 c 

► at Hamilton, 10 o 6 c— 11 a 11 6 

at Hollin Bank. RpIipF Piinrl 'nintn'ltndnn 



Accidents {^continued), 

Boiler Kzplosion at PriesUey's Collier}', 

Buxton, I9j5b 
at Scotts' Engineers Inverkeithing, 25 a 

12 c— 28 a 12 a 
— • at Watherston's Factory, Dairy Road, 

Edinburgh, 12^ 12 b 
— BreakBLge of a Reservoir, near Haydenville, 

Great Loss of Life and Property, 18 m 7 6 — 

19w7 6— lyil/— 8;9« 
to Mr. Cash, at his Cotton Mill, at Mansfield, 

11 mil/ 
to Wm. Charles, Drowned in the Medway, 

6a3d 
at Cyforthf a Ironworks, to Four Men from 

a Furnace Bursting, 5jl2 b 
to Miss Agnes Dodgson, Blown from the 

Banks of the Greta into the Stream and 

Drowned, 3 a 5 « 
to William Elgar, Killed by Jumping 

Across a Gutter on the Roof of the Temple 

Club, 1 a 7 e 
Explosion of the Boilers on Board the 

Crescent City on the Blississippi, 9 a 10 b 
^— — - en Board the Johannak Mathilda in 



Shields Harbour, 15 a 5 

on Board the Tigress at St John's, 13 



a7b 



at Dydr and Robson's Ammunition Works, 



East Greenwich, 14 m 12 < 

of Gunpowder, at Roy stone, IS J 9/ 



— Fall of Houses in Newgate Street, Injuries 

to Workmen, 29 a 7 e 

a Scaffold in Commercial Road, Three 



Men KiUed, 28 a 8 c— 30 a 10/ 

— at a Fishing Excursion at Catalan Bay, 23 
a 10 6 

— to Sir Richard Glyn, in the Hunting Field, 
23 a 7 c 

to Henry Green, Knocked off a Scaffold at 



St. Pancras Station, 8i 9/ 
— to Uerr Gunthcr, Drowned while Endea- 
vouring to Rescue a Drowning Man, 5 m 



14 6 



Public Funeral Given to, 5 m 14 6 



>— to Miss Hall and Two Young Men, Drowned 

fmnri th« "Rnat Strilnnw Atminat o SfxknTnpr nn 



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PALMEb's index to '* THE TIKES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April. 1 to 



AoddentB (^continued)» 

to James Honey will, from the Accidental 

Discharge of a Gun. 2Sj 12 6 
to Angelina Hoy, Shot by Accident at 

Kingsland, 80i5e 
to James Kennedy, Killed at Alexandra 

Palace, 19j 11/ 

to William John King, Drowned while 



Bathing in the Med way, II i 12 d 

— to Samuel Thomas Lee, at Parish's Ballast 
Wharf Erith. 29 m 10/ 

— to Mrs. Liskeard and her Guide, Falling 
Down a Crevasse in Mount Blanc, 5^5/ 

Happened Three Years Ago, S ^ 7 a— 8 



j9b 



— to Miss Lushington, from a Kerosive Lamp 
Explodmg at Allyghur, 18 a 5 c 
Contradicted, 24 a 12 c 



— to Mrs. Macfarlane, Keeper of a Shooting 
Gallery, Shot by a Customer when Handling 
the Gun, 11 m 14/ 

— to Patrick M*Arthur, Caught in a "Frog," 
and Singular Method of Saying Himself, VJ j 
10/ 

to M'CuUough, a Painter, Falling into the 



Niagara Falls, but Bescued by Conroy n Guide, 
19> 10/ 

to James M*Intyre, Drowned in the Forth, 



while Trying to Save his Younger Brother, 19 
jbb 

— to James M'Kenzie and his Son, Drowned 
when Out Fishing. 23 a 10 b 

to Hev. Mr. Marriott, on the Alps— Dis- 



covery of his Body, 29i 12 /* 

— to Thomas Maynard, Killed by Falling off 
his Cart, 8./ 9 /" 

— to the Merlin Steamer, in the Thames, at 
London Bridge, 4 a 5 e 

— to Lord Nevill, while Riding in a Race, 24 
a 12 c 

— at Oakbank Oil Works, Midcalder, Suffo- 
cating a Man from Noxious Gases, 15 a 5 6 

— to Princess d* Oubril, Falling into the 
Jungfem Lake at Potsdam, 80 i 5 a 

— to Professor Phillips, Killed by Falling 
Down Stairs at Oxford, 27 a 12 b 

— to Pilgrims on Board the Laconia, Washed 
Overboard, 8 a 5 a— 13 aS d 

— to Mr and Mrs. Pollard, Suffocated by the 
Fumes of a Paraffin Lamp at Bristol, 14 a 9/ 

— to a Young Girl, named Reed, Falling into 
a Gravel Pit in Hertford, 2 m 11 « 

— to William Reeves, Killed by Falling from 
a Scaffold, 24^ 7 6 

— to Capt. Reynardson. at a Polo Match in 
Windsor Great Park, 22; 12 a— 23 ; 5 /" 

to James Rnlfe. Drowned at Reading while 



Rescuing another Lad from Drowning, 10 ,/ 5 c 

— to William Rush, Drowned while Batliing 
at Tottenham, 10 ; 5 c 

— at St. Gothard Tannel— a Mine Exploded, 
12> 10 e 

at St. John's Gate, Clerkenwell, from a 



Waggon Falling Over into a Shop Window, 5 

— to Walter Scott, a Lad, Killed by the Charge 
of a Salute Gun at Portsmouth, 18 ; 5 d 



AoddentB (continued). 

to Thomas Styles, while Driving his Engine 

to a Fire in the City Road, 9 <z 10 c 

at Syracuse, New York, from the Flooring 

of a Church Giving Way During a Festival, 
25 ; 5 a 

to Edmund Tatham, Drowned at the Um- 

gani Falls while Aiding others to Cross them, 
7 rt 10 « 

to Higham Thomas, Killed by the Machi- 
nery at Higgins's Brewery, 9 im 11/ 

to Professor Tyndall, at Freshwater, 21 a 



0/ 
to Arthur Urquhart and Ebenezer Morris, 

from an Eplosion of Dynamite at Merthyr, 5 j 

12 6 
to a Watercress Woman, who Fell Under a 

Van on London Bridge, 4 ;* 6 a 
A0CIDEKT8— MINING : ^ 
at Astley Deep Pit, Dukinfield, Forty Per- 

sons Killed, 16 « 6 r— 17 a 9 /'— 18 a 10/^—20 

a 9 /— 27 a 13 c— 6 m 10 li—S m 9 /— 29 m 

7d 
at the Brooms, near Durham, from an Ex- 
plosion of Dynamite. Ij ISc 
at Coryton Slate Quarry, Killing a Man and 

Boy, 2m5d 
at East Castle Colliery ,'from a derangement 

of the Ventilation, 3 a C e 
at Landown Pit, Radstock, 25 a 12 «— 27 a 

7e 
at Sweatlease Pit, a Collier Crushed to 

Death, 25 a 12 e— 27 o 7 c 

at the Wet Earth Pit, 19 w 13 e 

A00IDENT8— RAILWAY :— 

to Sarah Adams, at King's Cross Station, 

Severing her Head from her Body, 15i 13 e 
— to J. Alpin, Killed near Ely, IfJ a 9/ 
to Mrs. Baines, at Brock, near Preston, 24 

ill/ 

to John Brown, Killed at Moulsford Junc- 
tion, 11 j 12 rf 

to Reuben Butcher, Killed at Slough Sta- 
tion, 8 a 7 6 

to James Cameron, at Inverness Station, 

24yil./ 

to Ellen Clay, Killed at the Shadwell Heath 



Level Crossing, 25 m 7 b 

— to Crocker, a Policeman, at Swindon Sta- 
tion, 10^ 11/ 

— to Isaac Damper, at Acton. \j9e 

— to Mr. BryanfrElmes, Killed at theHoIloway 
Station, 23 a 7 a 

— to Mr. Gilbey, Station Master at Warwick, 
Narrow Escape of, 28 m 5 c 

— to Alexander Gourlay, near 



Overtown 
Station, 13 a 11 </ 

— at Great Howard Street Station, Liverpool, 
22 m 9/ 

to a Man, named Cowell, at Ely Station, 29 



>9c 

— to Henry Marshall, Engine Driver on the 
Great Western, 8 a 6 & 

— to Mrs. Marson, Killed at the Woodford 
Level Crossing, 2 a 5 e 

— to Mr. Matthews, at Ealing Station, 18 / 
12^ 



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Agr 



AeddentB— Bailw>y (continued). 

to James Mundajr, Killed at Catcrliam 

Junction. Iljl2d 
to John Edvr. Noble, at Hollo way Station, 

to George Stanmore, Killed at Farnliam, 8 

a 7// 

to Mr. Stokes, at West Croydon. 5/11// 

to William Watford, Killed at Gospel Oak 

Station, 21 mO f 
to Pamela White, Killed by Getting Out of 

a Train in Motion at Camden Town, 2 1 m 9 / 

to Wm. Westbrook, at Slough. 19/9 / 

on the Aberman Branch, from the Explosion 

of a Locomotive, 25 m 12 e 

near St. Austell, 13 a I'i tl 

at Barnstable, th3 Engine Getting off the 

Line, 10/ 5 d 

near Bristol, Killing Seven Bullocks. S aGb 

> to an Excuislon Train, near Northampton, 

at Blisworth Junction, 9 a 5 r/ 

at Faversham Junction, 17 j r> b 

to Mrs. Kaye and a Little Girl, near Kivc- 

ten Park Station^ 27 m 9 e 
— - at Kelloe Incline, near Ferry-hill Junction, 

13 a 12 cf 
on the Lyons Railway, Two Persons Killed, 

GaSb 
to a Military Train, near Bentley Distance 

Signal, 2*2 in 5 e 
to a Mineral Train, of the ("onset t Iron 

Company, 26 / 7 /* 

at Pontsmili, 2j 5 f 

at Newton Station, 24 / 11 / 

Near Nice, at Var Bridge, 10 u & 

to a Passenger. Killed by SUppini; while 

Getting into a Moving Train near Stafford, 19 

m 14 c 

near Perth, 10 m II c 

to Joseph Simmons, at Victoria Station, 

Sheffield, 27 m 9 e 

at Tallingtou Station, 14 w 11 c 

near Whiniple, lOjBd 

to John Woodcock, on the Lancashire and 

Yorkshire Railway, 27 m 9 e 
Narrow Escape from a Run-away Goods 

Train, at Sirhowy Station, 19> 9./' 
Collision at Abbey Foregate Level Crossing, 

Ga 46 

at Amagc Station, Official Report on, 21 



mlSd 

at Bishop Auckland, 23 / S & 

at Bristol, 1 m 9/ 

— near Canaes, 7 m o a 

— ^ at Chevington Station, 7 a 9 e 

— at Codnor Park Station, Official Enquiry, 
27ffi5e/ 

near Condover, 27 a 12 f 

at Dalbeattie, 22 / 8 6—28 ; 5 «— 29^" 8 c 

at Dcepcar, 2C a 9 c 

at Ely Station, 3 a 6 // 

at Euxton Station, Inquiry into, 23 a 10 /* 

at Greenock, 18)9/' 

near Larbert Station, 27 a VI f 

at Merthyr Tydvil, 18 m 8 fc— 20 »i 12 c 

—22 at 10 e— 23 m 5 e— 23 m 10 c -2o m 12 e— 

16 i 12 d 



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Acddenta — Railway (continued). 

Collision at Oakham, 23 a 5 c 

near Oakham Station, Official Inquiry 

into, 27 m b d 

— . at St. Pancras, 19,/ 9/ 

at Stafford, Official Inquiry into. 27 m 5 </ 

near Stockton-on-Tces, to an Excursion 



Train, 20 .? 7 / 

»it Wigiin, Official Inquiry into, 17 a 4/ 



Achincsc War. see SuHAXnA. 

Acliin 1 (H. W.) on Mr. liuskin and the Oxford 

Undergraduates, 21 wi 12/ 
Adams (Profc:»sor) Report on Cambridge Obser- 
vatory, 1(J./ 6 a 
Adhemar (Baron) on the Universal Alliance, 8 

a 8 a 
Admiralty, Levees of the First Lord, 29 a 11/ 
AJIMIRALTY COURT :— 

the American and the Si/ria, 20 a 14 6 

the AiMrique^ 29 a 13 c— 30 a 11 e 

the Cairo and the Cra*nHngtonf 27 ei 13 d — 

28 a 11 6 

Ihu Ctmiilo, 21 m 13 c 

the Ciimpaine, 19 / 11 6 

the /Via, 28 a 11 6 

the Gevalio — the Artemis, 18 m V6 d 

the H.M.S. Serapis — the Paladin^ 13 m 

He 
the Henry 3/w\'oii— the Jla^ejieldf 25 a 

11 c 

the Hibemia, 22 a \\ d 

the llowden — the Two Sisters, 2o a II d 

tlie Kathleen, 24 i 13 d 

— the KronOf 30 a 1 1 « 

the Ijady HavelocL\ \Sj II c 

the Meriej Bjlle 

the Prince Bandouin^ 11 m 13/ 

the Racer, 11 m 13/ 

the Richard and \Villiam, 11 m 13/ 

the Tirnedale, 30 a li « 

the Firfar— the Medora, 25 / 11/ 

Adulteration, Proposed New Book on, 29 j 8 c 

Act in New York, 11^9/ 

of Food Act, Notes about, 15 m 10 e -19 m 

7 6—21 m 13 /•— 26 m 7 f-S / 6 « &/— 13i 9/ 

— 19i lOy— 22 / 14 6— 24 J 14 a 
of Tea, Parliamentary Committee on. 5/10 

e-6 j 10/— 9 i 14 c-15 / G «— 16 j 12 e— 19 J 

nc&/— 23^10 c 

Action to Try, 1 / 18 « 



Advertising on Street lloardiags, &c., 28 a 10 / 
Aeronaut, a Dismounted, Inquiry after his 

Bnlloini, 30 a 5 d 
AfghimLitan. lioundnries of, 11 m 12 e 

Civil War in, 20 m 10 6 

the Pretender's Caravan Plundered near 

Balkh, 3 / 10 a 
African £x|)loring Expedition, Col. Gordon's 

Account. 29 a 7 A— 30 a 5 f»— 16 m 12 a 

Kcv. Charles Ncw's 12 m 11/ 

Notes about, 18 / 7 e 



Steamship Company, 15/ 8 c — 19 j 10 c 



Aged Seamen's Institution, Annual Meeting, 14 

w 11 b 
Agnew and Son, on the Landscar Portrait of Sir 

Walter Scott, 10 m 12 b 
Agricultural Labourers. Lock Out of , 2 a 7 a— 



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PALMXB'S index to *^ THE TIMES '* NEW8PAPEIU 



[April 1 to 



4 a 7 €—6 a 8 /•— 8 a 5 6—9 a 5 «— 10 a B c— 
lla5r— ISa'Sa— UalOo^loa 12 a— 16 a 
10 a— 17 a 12 d^20 a 12 e— 22 a 10 a— 28 a 
10 a- 25 a 10 a— 27 a 12 c— 29 a 12 a— 80 a 
12 a— 2 tn 5 c— 5 m 18 a— 6 m 11 a— 8 m 12 c 
—11 m 8/- 14 M 11 a— 18 m 10 a— 28 m 10 a 
—25 m 9 a— 27 m 5 c— 26 in 11 o— 28 m 10 a 
—30 m 10 «— 8 ; 12 o— 10 ; 12 a— 20> 10 a— 
28il0a— 27iil/ 

Agricultural Labourers, Lock Out of, Assault 
Cases on Non-Union Men, 27/11/ 

Case of the East Suffolk Farmer, liis Ma- 
chine, and his Men, 27i 11/ 

— — Conferences to Arrange, 8 in 12 c 

Cottage Accommodation on Various Es- 
tates, 80^4 </ 

Deputation to Manchester, 22 j 12 6—28 / 

10 6 

— — Mr. Egerton*s Return of the Earnings of, 
16 m 7/ 

— Farmers' Meetings about, 25 a 10 a — 10 j 
12 a 

Lincolnshire League Withdraw the Objec- 



tionable Roles, 20 m 9/ 

Farmers' Association, 21 tn 7 a 



— Meeting at Cutlers' Uall, Sheffield, about, 
28 a 7/* 

at Exeter Hall to Aid the Locked-Out, 

24 a 10 e— 25 a 10 6 

in Hjde Park about, 18 m 9 /* 



Meetings about, 10 a 5 c — 18 a 8 b — 14 a 10 

6—16 a 10 a— 17 a 12 </— 18 a 5 </— 21 a 9/— 
22 a 10 a— 29 a 12 b— 15 m 7 6—23 in 10 a— 
80 m 10/— 3i 7 6— 4i 10 a— 24i 146 

Against, 22 J 9/ 

of the Executive of the Union, 2 i* 11 c — 

16 / 9 c 

National Farmers' Association Formed to 

Counteract, 26^9/ 

Notes about, 2 a 7 6-6 a 8 c— 7 a 4 6—8 o 

8 6—9 a 5/— 10 a 5 c—ll a 5 c/— 18 a 8 c- 14 
a 10 6 & e— 15 a 12 c— 16 a 10 6—17 a 12 e— 
18 a 5 d—20 o 12 </— 22 a 10 6 & e— 29 a 12 6 
—80 a 12 a— 1 m 12 6—2 m 6 <i^-5 m 18 6- 7 
m 8 <r— 13 m 5 c— 16 m 7/— 16 m 12 6—19 m 7 
6—22 m 10 r— 23 m 10 €—26.; 7 f 

^— Payments to the Locked Outs, 5^116 

the Press on, 13 a 8 r 

— Proposed Great Demonstration at the Po- 
mono Gardens, Manchester, on, 15 78 a 

Prosecutions for Intimidation, 23^ 10 6 

C. S. Read on the Lock Out, llaod 

Return of Labourers to their Old Masters, 

25 m 9 c 
Second Annual Labourers' Gathering at 

Yeovil, 27m6d 

— Session at Leamington, 15 ;' 9 e 

— — at Snailwell Leave the Union and Return 

to Work, 29 a 12 a 

Threatening Letters Issued by, 19J B d 

Wilford Hundred Doings, 1 j^' 7 e 

Agricultural Prospects in Syria, 24 j 6 a 
Agriculturalists and the Budget, 6 m 10 « 
Ahmed (R.) on the Bengal Parsee lUots, 9 a 

86 
Aid to Discharged Prisoners, Concert to Obtain 

Funds, 7 m 5/ 



Alabama Arbitration — an American View of it, 
8 m 12« 

-^— Indemnity, 11 m 14 a 

Aloock (G. A.) on Winter Weather in Jemsa&em, 
11 a 10 6 

Alexandra Palace, Progress of the New Build- 
ing, 27 n 9 e 

Accident at — Inquest, 28 a 12 r 

Orphanage for Infants, Annual Meeting, 

23 m 10 d 

Alexandria Harbour Dues, 7 a 3 a — 11 a 12/ 

Alford (Rt. Rev. C. R.) ex-Bp. of Victoria, 
Clerical Appointment of, 30 j 10/ 

Algeria— Depredations of Moorish Insurgcsts 
in, 18 i 5 a 

in a State of Siege, 10 a 5 a— 16 a 5 a — ^21 

a 12 a 

Gen. Chanzy on, 21 a 12 a 

Sugar and Coffee Cultivated in, 1 m 12 6 

Almonte (J. Jara) on Peruvian Guano, 8 a 6 a 
—14 a 7 6 

Guides. 26 m 5 rf 

Alpine Pictures, Exhibition of, 1 m 4 e 

Alsace-Lorraine, see Gbrmamt 

Amalgamated Association of Miners, Conference 
of, 8 a 6 (/— 9 a 7 e— 10 a 6 c— 11 a l2d^lSa 
7 c— 14 o 10/— 15 a 12 c— 16 a 8 6—17 a 12 e 

Society of Engineers, Conference at New- 
castle, 28 m 9 /' 

Amazon Steam Navigation Company, 4 i 6 e 

Ambler (Matthew) on the Registratien of Births 
and Deaths, 18 m 12 <f 

America, Departures for, 8/8/ 

AHEBIOA:— 

Agricultural Reports, 22 a 5 a — 12 « 6 e 

— ^— Labourers and the Placard Stating they 
Wished to Return to England, 12 m 6 d 

Appointments, 4^5 a — 27 1 5 a 

Arkansas, the New Governor Takes OfBce 

by Eoice, 17 a 12 a 

Mr. Baxter Endeavours to Retain hia 



Office, 18 a 5 <i 

Civil War in, 14 m 5 6—15 m 5 a^l6 m 



5 6—18 M 7 6—21 #..' 7 o— 25 tn 8/ 

Feud in, 22 a 5 a— 23 a 5 6—24 a 12 

2 }N 5 0—8 in 4 #;- 9 m 12 6—1 1 m 7 c— 12 m 6 
e— 12 m 14 a— 13 m 5 a— 14 m 5 6 

— Army Reduction, 30 m 5 6— 16i 5 a 

— Bonds, Calling in of, Bj 5 a 

— Bowdoin College, Meeting at, 16^ 5 a 
Canal from the Lower Mississippi to the 



Gulf of Mexico, 8> 7 6 

— Centennial Exposition, 9 a 10 6—21 aAf 

Congress Reject any Aid in, 9 m 7 e 

Invite Foreign Nations to, 16 ; 5 d 

— Cheap Transportation, 12 tu 6 cf 
CivU Rights BUI, 12 m 4 </— 25 m 7 6—257 



5a 



Service Reform in, 12 m 6 c/— 19 /^s 



— Commercial Intelligence, 1 a 6 6 — 2 a 5 a 
—8 a 5 a— 6 a 3 c— 8 a 5 b— 9 a 5 6 — 10 d 5 6 
—11 a 5 6—14 a 5 6—16 a 5 6—16 a 5 a— 17 
a 12 a— 18 a 5 a— 20 a 7 6—21 a 12 ^—22 a 5 
o— 23 a 5 6—24 a 12 6—25 a 12 6—27 a 7 6— 
29 a 7 6—30 a 5 a— 1 m 12 6—2 m 5 6-^ « 7 
c— 5 m 14 6—6 m 5 6—7 m 5 ^— 8 » 12 ^—9 » 
12 6—11 m 7 0—12 m 14 6—13 m 5 a— 14 at 6 



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Ame 



{ctnUinMedJ. 

^—16 m 6 a— -16 m 5 6—18 m 7 6—19 im 7 6— 
20 m 12 a— 21 m 7 a— 22 m 5 a— 28 m 5 a— 25 
m 7 5—26 m 5 a— 28 m 5 a— 29 m 6 6—31 m 5 
a— 1 j 7 6— 2 I* 6 6— 8> 10 6—4 / 6 a— 5 > 6 o 
^6 ;• 5 a-^ ; 7 6— 9> 7 a— 10 / 6 6—11 j 6 a 
— 12i 5 a— lay 6 a— 15 / 7 a— 16^ 7 a— 17 / 
5 6—18 ; 6 6— 19 J* 5 6—20 j 6 6—22 i 7 a— 23 
j 5 a— 24> 7 a— 25> 6 o— 26i 12 a— 27 j 6a 
—29? 7 c— 30; 6 6 

Treaty with Belgium, 16 ; 5 a 

— Congress — Free Banking Bill, 11 j 5 a — 16 
7 6 a— 24/6/ 

Pass the Civil Righto BiU, 9; 6 <; 

Passes the New Currency Bill, 22 ; 7 a — 



23/6 a 

Pay of Members, 1 m 4 d 

ProoeediBgs in, 8 a 10 a— 4^ 12 a— 24j 



6/ 

— Cotton Market, 1 a 5 6 — 2 a 5 a— 3 a 5 a — 
7 a 3 a—S a 6 6—11 a 5 6—13 a 7 6—14 a 5 6 
—15 a 5 6—16 a 5 a— 17 a 12 a— 18 a 5 a— 20 
a 7 6—21 a 12 6—22 a 6 a— 23 a 5 6—24 a 12 
6—25 a 12 6—27 a 7 6—28 a 12 a— 29 a 7 6— 
80 a 6 a — 1 m 12 6—2 m 5 6—4 m 7 c— 5 m 14 
^6 m 6 6—7 M 5 6—8 m 12 6—9 m 13 6—11 
m 7 c— 12 m 14 6—13 m 5 a— 14 m 5 6—15 m 
5 a— 16 m 6 6—18 m 7 6—19 m 7 6—20 m 12 a 
—21 m 7 a— 22 m 6 a— 28 m 5 o— 25 m 7 6— 
26 m 6 a— 28 m 5 a— 29 m 5 6—30 m 5 a— 1 / 
7 i-_3 j 6 a— 3 ; 10 6—4/ 5 a— 5 / 5 a— 6/ 5 
a— 8/ 7 6—9/ '7 o— 10 / 6 6— 11> 5 a— 12 / 5 
a— 13 j 5 a— 15 y 7 a— 17 j 6 6—18 ; 5 6—19 ; 
5 6—20 / 5 6—22 / 7 a— 23 j" 7 o— 24 ; 7 a— 25 
/ 6 a— 26 J 12 a— 27i 5 a— 29^ 7 c— 30 j 5 6 

Exchange Conrention, 13 ; 5 a 

Memphu Report, 30 m 5 a 



— Cremation Agitation, 12 m 6 « 

— Cuba, Proposal to Recognize, I2m6 d 

— Currency Question, 3 a 5 a — 4 a 5 a — 7 o 
3 a— 9 a 6 6—9 a 10 6—11 a 6 6—16 a 5 a— 
21 a 4 e— 23 a 5 a— 24 a 10 a— 1 m 4 cf— 16 m 
6 6— 13 J 5 a— 15/ 7 a 

Governor Dix*8 Message on, 24 a 10 a 

Meeting at Cooper's Institute about, 9 a 



10 a 



7a 



the President on, 6 m 6 f-^Sj 7 a 

in the Senate, 29 a 7 a— 12 m 6 e— 22> 



— Customs Laws, 21 a 4/ 

— "Decoration-Day" In the States, 1/7 6 

— Diplomatic News, 26 m 5/— liy 5 a — 13 ^ 
6 a— 24 J 7 a— 26> 12 a 

— Dissolution of Polygamous Marriages, Bill 
for. Passes, 3^' 12 a— 4^ 5 a 

-^ Duty ou Steel, Advocates for, 15 m 4/ 

— Education — German to be Taught in all 
District School, 14 m 12 6 

— Elections, 8 a 5 a — 9 a 10 a ~18 a 5 a 

— Emigration Commission, Mass Meeting of 
Germans Against, 8 a 6 6 

— Exodus of New Yorkers to Europe, 26 m 
7d 

— Female Suffrage, 2 a 10 6 

— Fenian Prisoner Condon, 4 a 6 a 

— Fmance, 11 j 6 a— 24 ; 5 /' 
— - Fkiods in Louisiana. 20 a 7 6«-22 a 5 



America (continued), 

25 a 10 c— 27 a 7 6—28 a 12 a— 2 m 6 6—5 in 

14 l,^^ m 6 6—9 m 12 a— 12 m 6 (i— 18 m 6 a 

—27 m 9 e 
Geneva Award, Distribution, 9 a 10 6—14 

a 5 6— 28i 6 a 
Bill for Distribution Passes the Senate, 

29 / 6 (/ 

Exclusion of lusuranca Offices Rejected 



by the Senate, 13 m 5 a — 14 m 5 6 — 11 j 5 a 

— Gold Sales, 5 m 14 6—2 / 5 a— 30 966 

— Indian Outrages, S f d f 
Peace Commissioners, Resignation of, 24 



;5/ 

War, 10^5 6 

Loraine (Sir Lambton) Reception in America, 

12 m 6 e 
Marriage of the President's Daughter, 4 j 

12 a 

Methodist Church of the States, 9 ; 5 « 

Mill River Disaster, 4^ 12 a — 9 joe 

Ministerial News, 9 m 12 a — 14 m 5 e — 28 

tn 5 a — 16 y 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 24 / 6 a 

National Debt, Monthly Statement of, 2 a 

6 a — 21 a 4 e — 2 m 5 a — 4 m 7 c — 30 m 5 a — 2 

/ 6 rt 

Naval Prize Money, 21 a 4/ 

New Mexico Admitted into the Union, 23 



m 5 a 



Sketch of, 29 m 4 /• 



— New York, Five Theatres Give ^ Benefit 
for the Poor, 9 a 10 6 

— Official Resignations, 3 ; 10 a 

— "Patrons of Husbandry," 9 a 10 a 
Paupers and Vagabond Emigrants to be 



Re-shipped, 21 in 7 a 

— Postal Treaty with France, see Fsance. 

— Reciprocity Treaty with Canada, 26 m 7 d 
— 22y 7 a— 23 J 5 a— 24y 7 a 

— Rochfort (Henri) at San Francisoo, 22 m 5 a 
at New York, 1 j 7 6— 18> lu e 

— Sanborn Contracts, 21 m 7 a 

— St. Patrick's Day Demonstrations, '^ a 10 a 

— Schenck CO en.) on the Anglo-American 
Relations, 20 a 7 6 

— Sherman (Gen.) and his Reported House at 
Orange Mountain, 21 a 4 /* 

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 



mals in Pennsylvania, 2 a 10 a 

— South Carolina, Arrest of Mr. Moses, 
Governor of, 20 in 12 a 

Mr. Moses's Plan of Defence, 4 j 12 a 

— State Papers to be Sold to the Public, 8y 7 e 

— Sumner (Charles) Funeral of, 2 a 10 a 
Election of his Successor, 12 m 6 <f 



— Survey Reports, 1 i/i 4 </ 

— Tariff Amendments, 3/106 

— Temperance Crusaders, 12 m 6 e 

— Terrell (Col.) in Trouble, 14 a 7/ 

— Trade Returns, 3 a 10 a — 6 a 3 c 

— Utah and its Marital ReUtions, 9jSd 

— Virginian and Maryland Boundary Ques- 
tion : the Oldest Law Suit in the World, 14 a 
10 « 

— Waahington, Ministerial Charges at, 12 a 
5 6 



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PALME&'S INDEX TO *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



America (^continued). 

Women's Whisky War, 2 a 10 a— 3 a 10 o 

— 7 rt 5 a— 21 a 4 e— 2o a 9/ 

and Harry Hill's Concert Saloon, 7 o 5 a 



Yellowstone Expedition, Return of, 14 m 5 6 

Young's Hotel and the Whisky War — 

Verdict in Favour of the Publican, 7 a 3 a 
American Boundary Commission, 20 j If 

Cats Besiege a Lady in her Houie, 11 a 5 / 

Centenarians, 14 a 4/ 

Life Offices and British Insurers, 10 a 8 6 

— ia«8rf — Ort G/ 
Pilgrimage, 29 m 5 rl — Ij 7 a — Gj o a — 9 / 

7 a— 10 ; 5 d-^llj u tj— 12 j 5 Q—14J o 6— lb 

y 7^^— 20;5 6— 20y 11a 
Kailway Investments. 2 a 7 f/— 22 m 1 1 a — 

27 m 6 a— 29 m G «— 1 j 9 u— 3./ 11 a 

Savings, Investment of, 3 a 5./' 

Amos (Sheldon) on a Code or a Digest, t\ a i> h 

Anatolia, Famine in, 24 a 12 h 

Ancient Monuments Bill, 13 a 13 /' 

Andaman Islands, 22 i 7 tf 

Anderson (James) on the New Cables, 20 m II a 

Reply to, 21 »* o 

Andressy (Count) on the Peace of Europe, 11 

m 7 h 
Andrewes (Rev. C. G.) on Registration of Births 

and Deaths, 19 m 9 d 
Anaesthesia by Petroleum, IG a 12/ 
Angling in the Thames, 10 j 6/ 
Anglo-American Commission- Awards, G a 8 c 
Anglo-l^altesc Hydraulic I^ock Company, 2 a 

6d 
Annual International Exhibition, see Ixtbrka- 

TIONAL. 

Anson (A.) on the Royal Commission on Officers* 

Grievances, 20 j 8 a 
Anti-Malthusian, a Father of Forty-one Chil- 
dren, 9 ;• 6 /• 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Arizona, 8 j 8/ 
Apothecaries Company, Bill to Amend the Act, 

24i5 d 
Apricots and Lilies of the Valley, 18 m 9/ 
Aquarium for Manchester, 23 'it 10/ 
Arboretum Formally Opened at* Walsall by 

Lady Hatherton, 6 m 13/ 
ABGHES ETO. COUBT :— 

Burch t'. Reid, 4 m 11 e-~28 wi 11 « 

Chartham Faculty Case, 15 a 9 /'— 10 a 

12 c 

Coombe r. Edwards, 15 m 11 & 

Evans r. Dodson, 23 wi 11 d 

Martin v. Mackonochio, 23 m 1 1 </— 4 w 1 1 



e— 9 ; 13 d— 11 ; 11 c— 187 11 0—2OJ 5 d 
— ^ Moody r. Randolph, 15 a 9/— IG a 12 c 
Phillpotts r. Dean and Canon of Exeter 

Cathedral, IG a 12 «— 18 a 12 c 
Boyd and others v, Pliilpotts, 11 i 11 e — 15 

yi3(/— ISj 116 

Salary of the Judge of, 22/ 12 e 

Walsh r. Bp. of Lincoln, 15 wi 11 5—23 m 

lie— 5>11 d 
Archidiaconal Visitations, 7 m 12 e 
Arctic Expedition, Proposed by Capt. Wigans, 

21 m 8/ 

^ISeai|Fishing, 15 a G ci 

Arizona, Ancient Ruins in, 8/8/ 



( 



Armed Burglar, Capture of, at Kingiton-HiU, 28 

a 7 «—12 m 13 « 
Armenians, Sketch of, 9 j 5 /* 
Armltage (E.) on the Royal Academy, 7 m^d 
Army Reform, aee Naval 

-and Navy Pensioners' Employment Societv, 



Annual Meeting, 9 m 10 </ 

Scripture Reader's Society, 



Annual 



Meeting, 18 m 9 c 
Art Needlework, see School 
and Politics — the Prince Imperiai*s Por^ 

trait, 26 a 12 c 

of Teaching, 3^ 10 d 

Union of London, Annual MdBtiog. 29 a 



t e 
Artificial New Light from Kimmeridge Coal, t 

alOh 
Artists' General Benevolent Institution, Annna! 

Dinner, 11 »< 9 c— 19 m 12 e 
Hint to from the Sale of Landseer's Scimpt. 

16 m 12 h 
ASHANTEE WAS :— 
Amateur Performance to Aid the Fond for % 

the Widows, &c., 1 abf 

and the Control Department, 7 a 8 e 

Death of Capt. Thompson, 7 fM 12 c 

Dinner to Sir J. Glover, 28 w 12 c— 3 / 12 d 

Extra Pay, 27 « 8 c 

Fatalities in, 20 a 8 

Col. Festing's Account of the War, 1 a 8 i 

Fur.d for the Widows and Orphans, 2 a 6/ 

—10 a 7 (f— 2 m 11 e 
— ^- Gold, Analysis of , 6 m 1 1 c 

and the *• Gold Oust," 4 a 5 c 

Golden Spoils from, 18 a 12 d— 20 a 8 h—^ 

ml2e 

' Home from, 6 a 7/ 

Honours Awarded to the General and 

Officers, 1 a 8 a— 9 m 7 6 

Invalids from, 18 »i 10 b — 22 m 5 a 

King Koffee*s Silver Casket, 15 m 5 e 

Lectures on,- 16 ; 7 s 

List of Officers who Died During the War, 

21rtl0/>— 25il0c 

New York Herald on^ 3 a 12 a 

Notes about, 14 a 12 d— 15 a 12 c— 16 a 10 



r— 25/ lOr— 30>8A 

— Official Despatches of Last December, 1 a 
10 c 

— the Officers Invited to Dine with the Queen 
at Windsor, 1 a 9/ 

— Return of Capt. Glover, AaO f 
of Troops, 18 a 12/ 



— Three Members of the Control Department 
Die in, 27 a 11/ 

— Treaty of Coomassie. 13 a 7 a — 13 a 11/ 

— Umbrella Presented to the Queen, 15 c'8 a 
— 2G m 9 /" 

— Vote of Credit for, 8 .vi 11 a 

— War Invalids, 6 a 3 /— 11 a 6 e->13 a 12 cr 
(orphans, 4 a 10 6 

Rewards, 13 a 11/— 18 w 12 d 



Ashlev (Evelyn) on the Poole Election, I 1* 12 < 

— 3j 10/ 
Aske's Hospital, Closing of, S0j7j 
Assam Company, 20 ; 10 e 
Assizes and the Barristers, 2 a 11 f 



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Association of Lay Helpers, Meeting at Sion 

CoUege, 10 ; 12 d 

of Municipal Corporations, 17 j 7 d 

of Sanitary Engineers, AnnuaJ Assembly, 

Ijdd 
Athasves (£. J.) on the Bcckcnham Uaihray 

Arrangement, 29 m 6 </ 
Atlantic Storms, 2aSb 
Atlas Works Sheffield, 17.; 10 a 
Atmospheric Sympathies, 15 a 8 « 
Attorneys, the Name to Abolished, li)j IS f 

Admitted, IGall d 

Candidates Suitable for Admission on the 

Ucllof, 27i5/ 
AUSTBALIA:— 
Barrow's Creek Telegraph Station, Attack 

of Natives on, ] (> a 11 a 

Border Treatr, 28 « 4 d 

Buckley (Patrick Coady) his WiU Case, 22 

»i 4 d 

Caledonia and its Convicts, IdjGe 

Escapes from, IGjGe 

Coal Trade, IGjGe 

Constitutional Reform Bill, 24i 7 6 

Education Act, 28 a 4 rf 

Export Ketums, 24 a 12 6—23 m r> «— 24 j 

7 6 

Finance. 1G;6 /* 

Fine Arts in, IGj Gf 

Free Trade, IQj 6 e 

General Election, 22 m 4 d^lGj C « 

Land System, IGjGf 

• Leichhardt the Explorer, News about, 28 

a4 « 

Last Letter of, 28 a 4 e 

Loan for Melbourne, 20 a 8 6 

Mail Service, 1G;6/ 

Mining Neirs, 28 a 4 f—22 m 4 e 

BiU, 22 m 4 6 

New Guinea, News about, 23 a 4/ 

— - Official Resignations, 16j 6 « 

* — Parliamentary Proceedings, 22 m 4 « — 16 ; 
G/ 

• — ■ Pay to Members of Parliament, IGjGf 

Pearl and Pearl Shell Fishing, 28 o 4 « 

— - Postal Mission, 2,2 m^e 

Rainfall in, IGjbe 

• — Revenue Returns of 1873, 3 o 6^ 

South Australia, Import Returns, 13 m 12 e 

— • University Commemoration, \Gj Gf 

• — Wine Trade, 16i 6 e 

Australian Agricultural Company, 24 ; 9 c 

Exploration, 16 a 5/— 20 a 8 6— i4 m 7 e 

-^ Gold, Import Returns, 7 m 9/— 20/ 9 / 

— Yield of, 24j 9c 
Meat Agency Company, 2Gm4c— 27 mGb 

— Annual Meeting of Medical Men about, 
14 m 7/ 

Banquet from, at the London Tavern, 
28 a 12/ 

Mortgage Land and Finance Company, 15 
a 7 0—23 aGe 
' — Trade, lSm9 f 
T!^ Trust and Agency Company, see Trust 

Appointments, 10 a 5 fr— 16 /7a 
"— ^ Armv. fi a 10 « 



Austria (coniinued), 

Army Estimates, 9 a 10 c 

Battle of Raab, Reported Deputation from 

Russia to the Emperor on the Anniversary of, 

29/5 a 
Church and State in, G a 6 a — 8 o 6 a — 9 a 

5 6—11 a 5 6—14 a 5 a— 17 a 12 «— 21 a 12 a 

—27 rt 7 a— 29 a 7 a— 30 « 5 <i— 5 m 14 fr— 9 

m 12 a 

Court Circular. 10 / .l a 

Intended Visit of the Empress to England, 

13 7 5 6— 29; 11/ 

Delegations, llcccption of, 22 a 5 a 

Diplomatic News, 3 a 4 d — 18 a 5 a 

Extradition Treaty with England, 17 a 12 a 

Finance, \lm7 b 

Holy Thuisday in Vienna, 10 a 12 a 

Mines and Mining in, \G j o d 

Miscellaneous News, 1 6 j 7 a 

Navy, 16 ?/i 5 b 

Orders Conferred, 5 m 14 6 

Papal Letter, Answer to, 10 a 10 c 

Railway Combination in, 13 a 6 c/ 

Red Book, 21 a 12 a— 28 a 12 a— 11 »i 7 b 

Religious Orders in, 11 a 12 6 

Resignation ot the Minister of War, 22 j 14 a 

Reichsrath, Proceedings in, 24 a 12 b — 25 a 

12 6—6 m 6 6—7 vi 5 a— 8 m 12 b 

Treaties, 3 « 4 rf 

and Turkey, 9 a 5 6—27 « 7 6 

Vienna "Burning Questions" in, 4 m G <f 

Exhibition — Honours Conferred on Ex- 



hibitors, 23 a 9 /* 

Meeting of the British Cemmissioners, 



IZj 12 a 
Austrian Embassy, 23/ 8 6 
Austro- Hungarian Delegations, 21 a 12 a — 20 m 

12 a— 22 m 5 a— 23m 5 a 

Military Budget, 21 m7 a 

War Minister, 22 / 7 6—23 ; 5 a ' 

Autographs, Sale of Napoleonic, at Paris, 3 a 10 cf 

B. 

Bad Precedent. 22 m 8 6 

Baker (Brackstone) on Canadian Railway Bonds. 

8a 7a 
Bakers and the Smoke Nuisance, Deputation to 

Government about, 25 a 10 c 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1 8 ; 7 e 
Balfe*8 New Opera, Full Dress Rehearsal of, 10 

y5c— 12/9/ 
Ballot Act, Working of in the Country, 13 a 8 / 
Balnc Iron Shipbuilding Company, \ij 10 a 
Banagher Distillery Company, ZOj 116 
Bank Holyday, Notes about, 11 w 8 a 
BANKINa:— 
Anglo-Hungarian, 30 a 7 i6 

Peruvian, I27 10 a 

— Bank of Alexandria, 8 a 7 a 
of Belgium. 6 a 3 6—13 a 7 6—21 a 12 a 






—27 a 7 6—4 m 7 c— 11 m 7 c— 18 m 7 6—25 m 
7 6—20 m 5 «- 1 i' 7 6—9 / 7 a— 15 / 7 a -22 / 
7a-29/7 6 -^ ' ' -^ ^ 

of Bengal, 17 a 12 a— 22 m 5 o— 12 j 6 a 

of Bombay, 14 m 5 o— 28 m 5 a — lit' 6 a 

—24 J 7 6 

of British North America. 28 m 6 a 



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[Apiillto 



Banking {continued), 

Bank of England, Weekly Returns, 3aGa&c 

—10 a 7 a & 6—17 o 10 a & i— 24 a 7 c & d— 
1 IB 10 a & fr— 8 m 11 a & O—lo w 7 a & A— 22 
/« 11 a, 6 & c— 29 w C 6—29 /« (> c— 5 j 11 6— 
12> 10 a & 6— 19i 10 a, fwo «<arcffien/s— 26J 7 
d& £ 

■ Notes in Circulation, 3 « G a — 10 a 7 a 

—17 a 10 a— 24 a 7 c— 1 ?/» 10 a— 8 m 11 a— 
22 M 11 6—29 w 6 6—5 j 11 6^12^ 10 «— 19^ 
10 a— 26 > 7 rf 

Payments of Dividends, 1 m 10 a 

- Bedttction in tfae Kate of Discount, 5 j 



Ua 



Rise in the Rate of Discount. 5 /« 9 « 

Stock of Bullion, 3 a G a— 10 a 7 a— 17 

a 10 a— 24 a 7 c— 25 a 7 d— 2 m 11 A— 15 m 7 
a-"21 m 9 6 

of France, Weekly Returns, 3 a 



a— 10 
a 5 a— 13 a 9 Z»— 17 a 12 a— 20 a 8 c— 24 a 12 
a— 27 a 8 c— 1 m 12 a— 4 w 9 6—8 w 12 o— 11 
i;i 8 6—16 m 5 a— 22 m 5 a— 25 iii 8 6—29 m 6 
a— 1 7 9 rf— 5 J 5 a— 8 i 8 6— 12^ 5 o— 15> 8 
—19; 5 a— 20 J 10 e— 26j 12 «— 27^ 11 6 
Notices, 5 m 14 6 



of Ireland, 27^ 11 a 

of New South Wales, 30 a 7 6 

of New Zealand, 25 m 8 a 

of Prussia, G a 3 6—11 a 5 6—20 a 7 6— 

28 a 12 a— 5 m 14 6—12 m 14 «— 19 ia 7 «— 28 
tn 6 a— 3y 10 a— 10 ; 5 a— 19^ 5 a— 27 ; 6 a 

of Russia, 1 8 w 7 6 

■ of South Australia, 19 7 10 a 
— Bankers' Clearing House Returns, 3 a G c — 

10 a 7 6—17 a 10 6—24 a 7 cl—l m 10 6—8 m 

11 b—\o m 7 6—22 tn 11 c— 29 m G c— 5 ; 11 b 
— 12> 10 6— 19i 10 a— 2Gi 7 e 

^ Annual Account of, 2 ?» 11 a 

Change of Officers, 13 i 10 a 



— Banque Territoriale d'Espagne — ^Arrest of 
the Officers, 17 a 10 d 

— Chartered Mercantile of India, London and 
China, 2 a 6 a 

of India, Australia and China, G a 4 a — 



7 »i 7 c 

— Colonial, 12 i 10 a 

— Comparison of the State of the Bank of 
England with the Prices of Consols and French 
Rentes, 3 a G a— 10 a 7 «— 1 7 n 10 a— 24 a 7 
c— 1 tn 10 a— 8w 11 a— 15 m 7 «— 22 m 11 6— 
29 m G 6—5 ; 11 6—12 j 10 a— 19 j 10 a— 26 

— Dudley and West Bromwich Company, 5 
m 9 d 

— English of Rio, 7 »« 7 c — 14 w 7 c 

— Gee & Co., Boston Bank, 67 10 a 

— Imperial Ottoman, 11 a 7 a — 19/ 10 a 
of Russia, 2 7n 5 6 

— Irish Note Circulation During April, 5 ?« 9 d 
May, 2; 11 a 



— Joint Stock Banks, Official Correspondence 
about, 11 a 7 6 

Raise their Rate of Interest^ 1 m 10 a — 



21 *A 9 6 

Reduction, 19 j 10 a 



Land Mortgage of India, 11 m 8 a 

London and Tunis, 5 j 11 6 
10 



Banking {continued), 

London and South Western, 18 a 10 a 

and River Plate, 3 ? 11 a 

Chartered of Australia, 13 m 10 a^23 ■ 

Ga 
Manchester and Solford — Hey wood Biot, 

to Join, 1 1 a 7 a 
Mercantile of the River Plate, 2 « 6 a— 8 c 

7 a 

National of India, 9 a 6 a 

of Australasia, 14 m 7 c 

Provincial of England, 15 w 7 a 

of Spain, 20 « 7 /> 

of Turkey, 25 m 7 4 



— New York Associated Banks, Weekly Re- 
turns, G Q 3 c— 13 a 7 6 — 20 a 7 6—27 a 76- 
4 m 7 c— 11 m 7 c— 18 m 7 6—25 m 7 6—1 j7h 
^Sj 7 6—15 / 7 a— 29/ 7 c 

Private and Joint Stock Banks Retams of 



Circulation, 2 m U o— 21 m 9 6—237 ^^ ^ 

— Provincial of Ireland, 22 m 11 a 

— Royal of Scotknd, 3.; 11 «— 27 ; 11 a 
Scotch Branches in England, 16 i 12 a—i\ 



j 10 6— 2L\; 7 c 

and Irish Banks, Accounts of Specie Held 



by, 2 m 11 6-21 m 9 6 

of Spain, 20 ; 5 a 

Standard of British South Africa, 21 » 11a 

State of Shares in, tn every day's paper, 

Territorial of Spain, 16 a 5 a 

Union of Scotland, 15 w 7 o 

Western of ScotUnd, 20 a 8 a 

BANKRUPTCIES •— 

Abel, J., IG m 7 rf 

Allan, W., jun., 17 i7 b 

Angus, Arthur, 25 a 8 a 

Anderson, J. B., 27 m 8 6 

Ashton, T., 24 J 10 a 

Atherton, Peter and Charles, 9 m 7 6 

Atkinson, R., 4 a 6 /* 

Thomas, 20 m 7/ 

Barnes, P., 22 a 8 a 

Baselow and Coulter, 15 a 8 a 

Bates. William, 25 a 8 a 

Beamish, G., 20 m 7/ 

Begley, James, 26 a 8 a 

Bentham, Joseph, jun., 6 m 8 a 

Birkinshaw, E., 17 j 7 b 

Bissix, Robert, 9 m 7 6 

Blankley, Wm. Henry, 27 w 8 6 

Bliss, Charles, 13 /« 7 « 

Bolingbroke, J. H., 17 ; 7 6 

Bonthron, R., 10; 7/ 

Booth, J., 17 j 7 h 

Bowe, J., 23 /« (of 

Brockbank, John. 15 a 8 a 

Brooks and Bradhurst, 18 a 12 c 

Broom, John. 1 a 8 6 

Brough, T. L., 1 « 8 5 

Brown, James, 6 / 6/ 

J., 23 m 6/ 



— J. and H. G., 13 m 7 e 

— W. C, 27 TO 8 6 

— and Louche, 1 a 8 6 

Brutton, William Courtenay, 1 a 8 6 
Bryce, J., 4 a 5/ 
Buchanan, J., 6 m 8 a 



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BankraptcieB {ccnttnuecT), 

Buckley, Isaac, 8 a 5/ 

Burns, T., 26 a 8 a 

Burr, W. A. and A-, 24 / 10 a 

Burroughs, James, 15 a 8 a 

Busmcr, L., 8 j 8 a 

Buttifanl, A. G., 20j7 e 

Cahen, V., 22 n 8 a 

Cameron, Mrs. M., 27 ?« 8 6 

Campbell, H. A.. 29 « 10 6 

Carne^e, J. W., (» m 8 a 

Carr, Cornelius Vincent, 15 a 8 a 

: Carson, A., 15 « 8 a 

Cavell, C, 29 a 10 6 

Channon, T., *^0 m 7 J 

Cheatle, Thomas, 22aSa 

Christie, A., 15 a 8 a 

Clark, Benjamin, 27 .; 5/ 

Clarke, C. L., 29 a 10 b 

Clayton, E. H., 29 a 10 6 

Cleaver, James, 23 in df 

Collins, Thomas Wedge, 9 w 7 6 

Constable, Geo. Walter, 30 m 7 f 

Coombs, N. E., 20 m 7 f 

Cooper, Ellen, Walsall, 1 a 8 /» 

Cossar, D., 6 »i 8 a 

Cowie, A, S. W., 22 « 8 a 

Cox, Robert, IG w 7 «^ 

Craig, Adam, 24 / 10 a 

Cranston, Edwin, 27 j 5/ 

Crook, T. B., 27 ;» 8 6 

Dale, J., 8 rt 5 /* 

Davey, G., 13 ; 8 a 

Davidson, T., 30 /« 7 /* 

Dawson, J. D.,27jof 

R., 29 a 10 6 

Day, Thomas Francis, 27 joj 

De Jersey, John H., 30 m 7/ 

Dickson,*K, A., 18 a 12 c 

Donaldson, R., 20 m 7/ 

Dowell and Priddk, l3 m 7 e 

Downie, M., 13 7 8 o 

Druscovich, V. J., 3i 8 « 

Edge, Joseph B., 17 / 7 6 

Eldred, J., 20^ 7 e 

EUingham, James T., 20 j 7 e 

Elstob, Eliza Hemmerde, 27 i B f 

Emery, S. A., 4 a 5 / 

Estcourt, S., 22 a 8 a 

Fahrenbach, A., 10 i 7/ 

Fellows, C. J., 23 m 6./ 

Finney, William, 9 m 7 6 

Fletcher, George, 8 a 5 /' 

Forbes, R., 20> 7 e 

Forgie, James, 20 j 7 « 

Foster and Clayton and Foster, i0j7 f 

Fowler, F., 28 m 6 f 

Francome. Ann, 17y 7 6 

Eraser, Alexander, 8 o 5/ 

A., 27 TO 8 6 

French, T., 1 a 8 6 

Frost, Clement, 23 m 6/ 

Gamble, Fdw., 10/7/ 

Gardner, J., 20j7e 

Gerothwohl, B. S., 30 m 7/ 

Qibb, J., 18 a 12 c 



Bankruptciea (^continued). 

Gleave, James, 13J Sa 

Glover, George, 4 a 5/ 

Goodyear, John Lawson, 23 m 6/ 

Gordon, C., 1 a 8 A 

John, G j 5 /' 

Gould, C. F.,'4a5/ 



Goulding, Howe and Ncwbold, 6 m 8 a 

GourUe or M'Donald, Mrs. C, 6 j 5/ 

Gowing, G. S., 4 a 6/ 

Graham, P., 22 o 8 a 

R., 22 a 8 c 

Grange, Edw., Oj 6/ 

Greaves, J., 30 m 7 / 

Green, W., 11 a 8 6 

Gribble, Frederick Wynne, 2 to 7/ 

Grieve, John Boden, 20 m 7 j 

Griffith, Charles, 22 a 8 a 

Griffiths, E., 23 m 6 f 

Gudgeon, Robert, 9 m 7 h 

Guthrie, J., 22 a 8 o* 

Ilaining, Robert, 23 m 6/ 

Hammond, Edmund, 25 a 8 a 

Hannay & Co., A^a^ f 

Harvey, W. D., 9 w 7 h 

Hay nes, Arthur, 17 j 7 h 

Helliwell, George, 15 a 8 a 

Henderson, J. G., 27 m 8 6 

Herschfield, S., 17/76 

Hoare, P. M., 3^ 8 « 

Hoggins, H., 4 a 5 / 

Holden and Perry, 16 m 7 </— 20 m 7/ 

Holroyd and Bottomlcy, G i 5 /' 

Hope-Johnstone, R. T., 17 j 7 b 

Howes, J., 27 J 5/* 
Hume, Robert, 15 a 8 a 
Hunt, Stephen, 13 j 8 a 
W. H., 24./10a 



Hustler, O. J., 4 a 5/ 
Inman, Wm. Blumire, 13/ 8 a 
Irving, John, 22 a 8 a 

— R. and C, 25 a 8 a 
Israel, Salim, 8 a 6 /* 
Jackson, James, 9 to 7 6 
Jahn and Mehi, 30 w 7/ 
Jeffrey, John, 10/ 7/ 

Jessop, Simeon and John, 6/5/ 
Johnson, W. E.,.3y 8 a 
Jones, Edward, 24; 10 a 

— Eliza, 1 a 8 6 

— Maurice, 25 a 8 a 
W., 27 m 8 h 



Kelly, M. and J., IG to 7 rf 

— Keogh. Edward, 30 m 7 f 

Kilmistcr, Edward Vaisey, 1 a 8 6 

— ■ — Kingston, Henry James, 6/5/ 

• Lachan, A. M., 10/ 7 / 

Lambert, G. E., 23 m 6/ 

Lane, C. L., 22 a 8 a 

Lawford, J, J., 27 to 8 h 

Leach, Wm., 27 « 8 6 

Leckie, T., 29 a\0 h 

Leithhead, T., 27/ 5 f 

Lewis, M. and S., 27 to 8 6 

Lintott, John, 25 a 8 a— 29 a 10 6 

Livingstone, A., 16 m 7 d 



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[April 1 to 



Bankruptcies {conltmtedj, 

Lowe, Thomas, 29 a 10 h 

Lowenthal, Eniil, A a 5 / 

Lundie, D., 16 m Id 

Lydiatt, L., 30 m 7 f 

Macdonald, M., 30 in 7 f 

Mack, Wm. I^ecder, 2 m 7/ 

Mackay, T., 15 n 8 « 

and Wheeler, 24 i 10 a 

Mackenzie, A., 27 j 5 /" 

W., 27 > 5./- 

Macleod, J., 1 » 8 /; 

Macnamnra, H., 1 1 a 8 /^ 

M'Crae, James, 23 m f 

M'Dougall, D., \\ a^h 

M^Kessack, J., 11 « 8 /; 

M*Laughlan, G., 24 ; 10 a 

M'Leik, J., 18 « 12 c 

M'Mahon, P., 10 ; 7 /* 

M'Murray, J., 17 ; 7 6 

M'Pherso'n, Wm., Tl a 8 a— 20 m7 f 

M^Whirr, W., 6 i« 8 « "^ 

Mannelt, Charles William, 30 m 7 f 

Mapp, Thos. Chas., 22 « 8 a 

Marlborough, W.. 24 / 10 a 

Marriner, G., 22 a « a 

Matthews, John, 23 m G /* 

Maunder, John, G f 5 f ' 

Mees, Thos., 15 « 8 a 

Metcalfe, Annie, 20 m 7/ 

S., 29rt 10 b 



- Meyrick, Wm., loy 7/ 

- Miller, J. N., iij5 f 

- Mills, Abel, 23 m / 
-Milne, J., 18 « 12 c 

- Milton, W., 27 j 5 /' 

- Molyneux, R. G., 23 m C/ 

- Moore, G. H., 29 a 10 6 

- Morley, Henry, 2 m 7/ * 

- Moule, James Wm., 18 a 12 c 

- Munro, D., 9 w 7 A 

- Murdoch, J., 20j7e 

- Murray, A., 3 j 8 « 

- Nash, Albert, 30 m 7/ 

- Neill, George, Gm Sa 

- Nicholls, Joseph, A a 5f 

- Nicol, R., jun., 1 1 a 8 i 
-Oldfleld, W., 17> 7h 

- Oliver, Jas. Wm., 13 w 7 e 

- Owens, Edward, 9 w 7 6 

- Park and Dobbie, 67 6/ 

- Parker, Geo. Oswald, 20 m 7 f 

- Parry, Henry, 30 m7 f 

• Parson, Freeman, 24 j 10 a 

- Pasley, H. S., 23 tn G/— 27 mSb 

• Paterson, W., 30 w 7/ 

- Pearson, T., 24 j 10 a 
■ Pool, James, 22 a 8 a 

• Poole, John, Gj 5 f 

' Pooley, Thos. Alex., 9 wi 7 6 
Portass, Wm., lG;w7rf 
Porteous. A., 11 a 8 6—25 a8 a 
Powers, S., 22 u 8 a 
Prichard, Wm., 6 w 8 a 
Prout, Benjamin, 4 o 5/ 
Proven, J. N., 23 m 6 /* 
Pnint- Wm. F.H«r 9Q «. n / 



Bankruptcies (eontinuedj, 

Pugh, John Lanford, 13 > 8 a 

Pyne, Robert, 24 i 10 a 

liiimsay, J. S., 20j7e 

Ramskill, James, 4 a 5 y 

Rawstron, John, 13 m 7 

Reeves, G. A., 17^ 7 b 

Reynolds J., 27^ 5/ 

Rhodes, Arthur, 13 7 8 n 

Rhynas, G., 29 a 10 A 

Rice, J., 11 rt 86 

Richmond. C, 22 rf 8 a 

Ridsdale, Geo., 15 a 8 a 

Riercley, Thos. W., 0/5/ 

Ritchie. A., 25 a 8 o 

J., 11 rt8« 



Roberts, F., 30 m 7/ 
Robertson, S. B., 4 o 6/ 
liobinson, J., 8 a 5 /* 
— Robert, 10; 7/ 
R. B., 20/ 7 e 



l?odocanachi. D. and T., 23 m GJ 

Rogers and Partick, Gjbf 

Russell, Sarali, 20 m 7 j 

Sanders, AVm. Edw., 20 m 7/ 

Sawers, G. and W. S., 1 1 « 8 6 

Schmidt, 17j7 6 

Schonberg and Payne, 22 a 8 a 

Shand, Miss B. L., 10 i 7/ 

Miss I., 10.; 7/ 

Shcarn, Mark, Gjof 

Shepley, J., 29 « 10 6 

Sievers, Otto, ^0j7f 

• Silver, James Napier, 24 7 10 a 

Sinanian, £., 27 m 8 ^ 

Smith, Edwin, 13; 8 a 

James, A a5 f 



— Robert, lGm7 d 

— Samuel, jun., 4 a 5 / 

— and M*Cormick, A a 5 f 

■ Snedden, J., 22 « 8 a 

■ Stanford, A. P., 25 a S a 
Steels, W. H., 10 j 7 /' 
Stephen, A., 20 m 7/ 

— J., 11 rt 8 6 

Sterner, Julius, 30 w 7 /" 
Strachan, G., 25 a 8 a 

— J., 13 m7 e 

Swain, George, 18 o 12 r 
Taylor, Donald, 13^8 o 

— Henry, 24^10 a 

— Jas. Wm., 4 o 6/ 
Thomas, 9 m 7 6 



f ~ - - - 

Thache, John, 24 i 10 a 

Thomas, Henry, 16 m 7 rf 

Thomson, C, 27mSb 

J., 22 a 8 a 

Tliomton, Joseph. 15 « 8 a 

Timmis, John, 9 m 7 b 

Tippett, Wellington Peter, \aSb 

Topham, Moses, G m 8 a 

Trench, Bridget Theresa, 4 j 8 a 

Truefitt, W. P., 2 m 7/ 

Tugwood, Alfred John, 2 m 7 / 

TumbuU, J, T., 1 7 i 7 6 

Tumour, Heys, 9 i/i 7 6 



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Bftokraptcies {continued), 

V«nabl€8, William Murby, ^ ml b 

Von Hafen, W. W. Albert, 23 m GJ 

Waith, Joseph. 6 jo/ 

Waldie, Wm. and Edmund, 18 m 7 e 

Warburton, W., 20 m 7 /' 

Watson, T., 22 a 8 a 

Watt and Bamett, 11 a 8 & 

Wattie, R., 11 a 8 6 

Weippert, H. H., 4 a 5/ 

Whitfield, Samuel Sutton, 4 a 5/ 

WUcockson, W. K., 25 a 8 a 

Wilkinson, John, dm 7 b 

Wilks and Jenkins, 6 m 8 a 

Williams, W., 20 ; 7 e 

W^oollett, Uenry, 15 « 8 n 

Wright, John, jun., 24 / 10 a 

Wrigley, J. and J. B., m 8 a 

Wye, James, 20 m 7/ 

Young, C. D., & Co., 22 a 8 a— 6 mSa 

BAVKBUPTCIES ANNULLED: — 

Bentham, J., jun., 27 / 5 /* 

Brook, A. M., 2 m 7/ 

Browne, Herbert Bliikeley, 18 n 12 c 

Byam, Capt. E. G., 15 n 8 it 

Campbell James, 10 ; 7 /' 

Clarke, Charles Leigh, 10 y 7 /' 

Collins, Thomas Wwlge, 10 j 7/ 

Cull, K., 25 a 8 a 

• Dawson, A., 25 a 8 a 

Dunn, William, la./ 8 n 

— Famcomb, Henry, I aH ft 
• — Fnunpton, John, 24y 10 a 

Garstin, C, II a S b 

' Gorton, Anne, J. Henry and Samuel, 23 m 



Bankruptcy Coxat (c9ntintied). 

—8 a 5y:--ll a 8 6—15 a 8 «— 18 a 12 c— 22 a 

8 a— 25 a 8 a— 29 a 10 6—2 in 7 f—i\ m 8 «— 

9 m 7 6—13 m 7 g— 10 wi 7 d—20 m 7 /- 23 m 
a f—27 m 8 6—30 m 7f—3j 8 «— 6i 5 /*— 10 / 
7*/_-13 j 8 a— 17 ; 7 6—20 j 7 e— 24 ; 10 a— 

of Sittings for Last Examinations, IC m 7 

d—2S in (if 

Bremner, Geo. Wm., 30 a 11 e 

Brodziak, Lewis, 17 n 11 d 



6/ 



Gowland, Thos. Stafford, 20 j 7 e 
Griffiths, Mary, 4 5/ 
Hustler, Orbel James, 30 m 7/ 
Irving, Clark Arthur, 30 m 7 / 
Jared, 23 m 6/ 



Jennings, C. R., 9 m 7 j6 

Langley, Edm., 27 wi 8 6 

Lee, James H., \7j7b 

Lichfield, W., fi m 8 « 

• Macartney, George, 18 a 12 c 

Midland, Jane, 3 i 8 a 

• Northall and Smart, 22 « 8 a 

Oldale, Joseph, 20i 7 e 

• Kaynor, Robert, 9 w 7 6 

Rendall, G.. 3 j 8 a 

• Rogers, Thomas, 16 m 7 «f 

■ Skipworth, James, 4 a 5/ 

Smith, S., jun., 22 a 8 a 

• Sutton, Sarah, 24 ; 10 a 

• Thompson and Walker, 13 m 7 e 

Wray, Wm. George. 6 ; 5/ 

Bankruptcies, Return of Liabilities and Assets, 

29 a 12 a & 6 
Bankruptcy, Return of Taxed Bills in, 29 a 11 / 

• Act, Annual Return of, 13 a 8./' 

and Kxecution Creditors, 12 m 13 6 — 13 

MlOo 

BANKEUPTOY COURT :— 

Notices of Days of Sittings, in every day's 

paper. 



Bull, William, 1 a 10 c 

Burrs & Co., Composition Refnsed, 17 a 10 

«— 17tt llrf— 10/13 r/— 17^ lid— 20 J 10 c 

Carew, B. F. K., 18 m 13 d 

Chappel, WUliam jun., 22 o 11 </ 

Clayton, H. E., 29 m 1 1 c— 24^ 13 d 

Clcminson, J., 15 a 11 c — 10 « 11 rf 

Coronio and Davids, 13 « 13 c — 13 mile 

Crosley. E. U., 22 « lid 

Cruickshank and Ring, 25 a\\ d 

Distia, H. M., 23 a lie 

re Durnell, 19 j 11 6 

Emery, S. A., 15 « 11 c—7m 11 e — 4j lie 

re Estcourt, 18 ;m 13 d — 17 j 11 c 

re Finnev, Wm., 23 m \i d 

Frolick, E. J. H. T., 4 m 13 f 

Gaimaway, F., 30 « 11 e 

Gerothwohl B. S., 15 / 13 r/ 

Godrich, Fred, jun., 29 a 13 c— 27 m 11 «— 

lOy He 

re Gordon, P. P., 20./ 13 d 

Hamilton, Lord Charles, IG a 11 r 

Harrison, J. H., 4 »i 13/ 

Henry, Malcolm and Stewart, 20 n 14 6 

Ilocken, Bird Cole & Co., 18 a 10 6 

Holland, Wm.. 25 in 13 e 

Holt, Christopher, 1 m 11 d 

re Irving, 8 / 13 d 

lahn nnd Mehl, 12 jH b 

— Lack and Geber, 7 «» 1 1 e 
Lane, C. L , 15y 13 d 

Lowenthal re Lowenthal. 7 m 1 1 e 

Macleod, John, 25 a 11 d 

re Marshall, Charles, 15 7» 11 d 

Mercer, E. S., 27 m lie 

re Neumann & Co., 5/11^ 

re Xicoll, Donald, 25.; 11 / 

re Oppenhcimer and Schrader, 4i 11 e 

Pink, T., 13 a 13 c 

Pitchford, E. B. and A. T., 20 a 14 6—22 / 

13 c 
Pooley, Alex. G,, to Stay Adjudication, 21 

»i 13 e 

— ex parte Pntman, re Crawford, 21 a 11 c^ 
Quiney, Bros., 1 « 10 « 

re Rodocanachi, Bros., 4 / 1 1 « 

re Russell Sir Wm., 25 ; 11 /— 29 / 13 d 

Sager, J. G., New Trustee, 28 a 11 6 

Salcedo & Co., 12 j 11 6 

Schonberg & C©., 8 w 11 a— 8 in 11 </— lOj 



\\c 



ex parte Sermon re Collins, 24 / 13 </ 
Sliegh and Warner, 4 m 13 /— 22y 13 c 
re Smythe, Isaac John, 24 j 13 d-^dOj lid 
Sommers, T. W., I alOe 



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[April 1 to 



Bankniptoy Gonrt (ctmtinned). 

re Tichbome, otherwise Castro, 7 m 11 e — 

28 m 11 d-^SO i 11 d 

re Tinker and othtrs — ^in re France, 9 ; 13 c 

Turnley, Joseph, 4 m 13/ 

ex parte Vaux re Couston, ij 11 e 

Vincent, Tanner, and others, 16 a 11 <^ 

re Waters re Waters, 30 j 11 c? 

Weippert, H. N., 25 a 11 rf 

Welch, H. J., for a Wife's Separate Allow- 
ance, 15 a 1 1 c 

Westmoreland, Fred. Geo., 8 m 11 d 

re White, W.T. 23 w 11 d^2^j 11/ 

Wilson, B. Coultman, IC a 11 c 

Yeoman, J.. 29 a 13 t/ 

Zingler, Henry, 28 a 11 & 

Barker (Alex.) Price Sale List of his Collection 
of Works of Art. Sy 7 e— 9 ; 7 e— 10^ 6 e— 11 
J 10 6— 12 i 12 6 

J. C. Robinson on the Collection, 9y 7 c 

Price Sale List of his Collection of Choice 



Books, 29 / 7 c 
Barnett (S. A.) on the Dwellings of the Poor, 9 

a 6/ 
Barrow-in-Furness, New Exchange at. 14 a 10/ 
Barry (E. M.) on the New Law Courts, 27 a 

12/ 
Bartictt (H. C.) on the Adulteration of Food 

Act, 19 m 7 b 

on Com Flours, 15 ; 12/ 

on Kimmcridge Clay and Coal, S n7 f 

Bartley (Geo. C. T.) on Out Door ReUef and 

Thrift, 19 ; 4 e 
Bath, Order of, Appointments, 20 m 7/— 30 m 7 /* 
and West of England Agricultural Society 

Show, 3 a 6 6—10.; 7 e— 11^ 5 €—13 ; 10 c 
Society and Southern Counties Associa- 
tion, 25 m i h 
Batten (John) on the Two Deaths on Mont 

Blanc, 8 J 9 6 
Battye (Wm.) on the Boulder Valley Collieries 

Company, 30 inW a 
Bavaria— Budget, 29 j 7 6 

Cabinet Changes, 17 fi 12 a 

— Church and State in, 4.; 5 a 

Miscellaneous News. 27j6a 

Baxter (Rt. Hon. W. E.) on the Present Govern- 
ment, 7 a a 
Bazaar, the Saturday Review on the Articles 

Offered for Barter, 18 m 14 c 
Beales (Mr.) and Justice Blackburn, 16 a 12/ 
Beaumont (J.) on the Richmond Cemetery, 8 a 

10 c 
Beard. Law of, 24 ; 11/ 
Beaven (AlfreSd B.) on Irish Peerages and the 

Royal Family, 2/7/ 
Bedford. Opening of a New Catholic Chapel at, 

4 m 14 a 
Beer and Wine Sellers, Deputation to Grovem- 

ment, 1 a 6/ 
Beke (Dr. Charles) on Mount Sinai, 9 a 11 a 
Belgian Claimant, 24 a 12 c 
BELGIUM:— 

the Czar at Brussels, 22 m 5 a — 23 m 5 a 

Elections, 10 j 6 a 

M. Guillery and M. Frere Orban in Parlia- 



Belginm (continued), 

Loan, 1 m 12 A 

Marine Residence for the Emg, 11 m 11/ 

Riot at Namur, 20 a 7 A 

Miscellaneous News, 29 a 7 a — 1 » IS i 

Sentences on the Defrauders of the UnioD 

Bank, 19 / 5 a 
Belgravia, Offensive Nuisance in, 28 a 12 e-^ 

a 7 ^-30 a 12 rf— 1 m 12 rf— 2 m 9 Z'— 6 m 13/ 
Bell (Thos.) on the Farm Labourer* Lock-oot, 1 

Bellville ^Alfred) on the South African G<ild- 

fields, 23fi 11 « 
Benevolent Society of St. Patrick, New President, 

21 m 14 b 

Bennett (James Gordon) Letter to from Dr. 

Livingstone, 10 a 10 a 
Bentinck (G.) on a Mistaken Report, 9 m 7 a 
Berkeley (Grantley) on Rabies and Hydrophobn, 

7a 8/' 
Berkley (W.) on the Public Worship RegolatiaD 

Bill, 11m 9 c— 19 m 13/ 
Berks and Hants Agricultural Show, 15/ 12/— 

22 3 9 c— 24/ 7J—27JS a— 29 ; 12 d 
Berkshire Easter Sessions, 7 a 7 e 
Berthon's Collapsible Barge, 21 m 7 / 
Bessborough (Lord) on St. George's Hospital, 14 

m 12 c 
Bessemer Saloon Steamers, 22/ 12 e 
Betting, New BiU, 1 a 9/r-4/ 5 c— 11/ 8 b 
Betts (^ J. D.) on Grocers and Publicans, 1 a 6/ 

—1 ; 13 c 
Beust (Count) on England and theKngli8h,29s 

12/ 
Beverley (W. B.) on St. Paul's Cathedral, 16; 

7 c— 19/ 6 c 
Bible — New Translation — Meetings of theKev 

Testament Revisers, 22 a 10 c— 20 w 9/— ITj 

9/ 



of the Old Testament RevisoTi, 16 m 7 ^ 

Authorized Version, Notes about, 25 «i 13i 

Biblical Archaeology, 12/ 12 c 

Bidden (Herman) on the Agricultural LaJbouitn' 
Lock-out, 8 a 8 c , ^ 

Bingham (D.) on the Scotch and Iiiah Peers, 7 
a6b 

Birch CR. W. P.) on the Sewage Question, 23 « 
10/ 

Birmingham, Meeting of the Conserrmtive Ox^ 
at, llaS/*- 15to6/ 

New Municipal Buildings in, 18^ 5 e 

Peace of, 18/ 8 6 

BIRTHS: — In consequence of the Regis^r- 
General having a complete Alphabetical IM 
from 1837, of all Births in the BritiBfa Dooi* 
nions, as also of all British Subjects bom 
abroad, which can be inspected at any timett 
the Office in Somerset House, it is notdetxBtA 
expedient to insert the Minimum list as sd- 
vertised in the Times, 

Louis of Hesse, H. R. H. Princess, a daugh- 
ter, 26 m 7 a 

Teck, H. R. H. the Duchess of , a son, 15 a 

Bb 

Births and Deaths, Registration of, 18 m 12 1^ 
19m9rf— 20mlO/ 



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Bii 



Bishop of London's Fund, Meeting, 29 m 6/ 
Black Countrj Housemaids, 19 ; 12 c 

an I White in South Canilina, Gm6 e 

Blantjre (Lord) on Patronage in Scotland, 1^7 

/— 2yiUe— 9>12 6 
Bionnerh;iS9ftt (Rowland) on Trinity College 

Reform, 18 m 9 e 
Blind, Meeting at the Mansion House of tho 

College for. 2ij 12 d 
Musicians — Entertainment at Grosvenor 

House, by. 13/9./ 

■ Worce-iter College for, 15 ; 13/ 

Blue Coat School, see Ciiri8T*8 IIospital 

Gum Tree, 29 m If 

Board of Works, New Secretary, 11 m 11/ 
Bohemia, Church and State in, Sj 7 a 
Bolchairn Iron Company, 24 ; 8 « 
Bon parte (Prince Pierre) Letters. 26 ; 11 a 
Boodle and Partington on Dwellings for the 

Working Classes, 15 m 5 « 
Bookbinding and Leathcrwork at the South 

Kensington Exhibition, 24 ; 5 e 
Books— Ancient Psalter, 28 m 5 /* 
Bequest of Books to Havard College by Senator 

Sumner, 30 m 6 /* 

for Canada, 9 ; 11 / 

- — Dr. Fallon Announces a New Hindustane 

Biographical Dictionary, 14 a If 
^^ Lord Lytton's Speeches and Memoir, 18 m 

If 
New Greece^ a New Weekly Publication, 

18 a 5 e 

History of the United States, in Progress, 

7a8e 

Works in Preparation, 23 m 12 d 



— Price Sale Lists of Mr. Alex. Barker's Col- 
lection of Books at Christie's, 29j7c 

of Sir Wm. Tite's Collection of Books, 



MSS. &c, 19 m 7 6—20 m 12 </— 21 m 12/— 
25 m 12 /•— 28 m 10 6—29 m 1 /*— 8 ; 14 b 

'* Times Column " &c., 2 a 11 /*— 7 a 10/ 

—9 a 12 e— 10 a 12 c— 14 a 12 /*— 15 a 12 «— 
1(5 /, 8 f— 18 a 12/— 20 a 14y— 21 a 8 6—22 a 
12 d & «— 24 a 8 6—27 a 14 «— 28 a 8 6— 2J a 
12 «— 30 a 8 c— 1 m 12 /— 2 m 12 /*— 4 m 14 d 
—6 w 8 6—8 m 8 6—9 w 12 /— 12 m 14 /"— 14 
wi 8 6 & c— 15 ni 8 6—19 m 14 rf— 21 in 14 c & 
rf— 22 m 12 s— 23 m 12 </-27 /// 12 c— 2« w 8 6 
—29 m 8 a— 30 w 12 a— 1 / 14 r/— 2 j 12 dSj 
12 «-4 ; 12 d—G j 12 /— 9 j 10 r/-10> 12 e— 
\\j 12«— 15y Urf— 17; 12 «— 20 / 12 e— 23 j 
12 c/— 2<{yi2e— 29i I4d 

Two Valuable Manuscripts Added to the 

British Museum Library, 12 m 6 s 

Bore on the Severn, 15 a 12 r- 22 a 12 c 

Borough Jewish Schools, Donation of the 
Baroness Rothschild and her Daughter to^ 10 
j5 6 

Borthwick (Lord) on the Scotch Peerage, 29 / 

Bosanouet (Charles B. P.) on DweHiags of the 

London Poor, 8 a 1 2 6 

• on Memorial Rights, 10 a 6 c 

Boulder Valley Collieries Company of Colorado, 

20 m 11 a 
Boundaries of the British Possessions, 16 m 5 / 
Boyle Lectureship, 25 a 12 ^ 



Bradby and Robins, on the Boulder Valley Col- 
lieries Company, 20 m 1 1 a 

Bradlaugh — the French Figaro Designate him 
as a Knight, \ij\2d 

Braincey K^harlcs) on the Agricultural Lnc ^ 
bourers* Lock out, 15 a 12 6 

Bramlcy (Charles) on the Agricultural Lock- 
out, 15 (7 12 fc 

Branson (W. P.) on Coffee, 10 n 8 c 

Brae (A. £.) on the Collision at Merthyr, 22 m 
10 « 

BRAZIL:— 

and the Argentine Republic, 15/76 

Bishop of Para on Trial, 15 ; 7 6— 17 j \0e 

of Pernambuco Pardoned, 14 a 5 6 

of Olinda's Sentence Commuted, 20 a 

British Emigrants in, 6 j 5 {/ 

Budget, 17; lOe 

Commercial News, 2 a 5 6 — 6 a 3 c— 8 a 5 

6—15 a 5 6—10 a 5 a- 17 a 12 o— 20 n 9 c/— 
27 a 76—30 n 5 a— 8 m 12 6—11 m 7 c— 12 m 
14 6—28 »i 5 a 

Exchanges, 4i5 a — 13 / 5 6 — 19 j 6 6 

Export and Import Returns, 18 j 7 a 

Capt. Hyde Still in Prisjn, 25 w 7 6 



Miscellaneous News, 25 m 7 h — Ij 12 «— 17 

jlOe 

Opening of the Chambers, 28 m 5 a 

Ship News, 20 a 9 rf— Ij 12 c 

— — Yellow Fever in* 19^ 6 6 

Brazilian Legation, 26 m 5/ 

Princess Leave France for Brazil, Sj 7 a 

Breach of Promise of Marriage — an American 
Decision, 9 a 11 d 

B ^emen Agricultural Exhibition, tee Interna- 
tional 

Brewtn (Arthur) on the Licensing Act, 87 9 6 

Brewers' Congress at Boston, United States, 24 
j6e 

License Duty and the Budget, Meetings 

about, 18 a 5 c 

Notes about, 20 n 1 4 e 

Brick makers, Average Earnings of, 28 a 7/ 

Bright (John) on Civil Service Reform, 4 j 12 a 

(Ursula M.) on the Married Women's Dis- 
ability Bill. 6 rt 5 /•— 9 a Be 

Brighton Aquarium, Notices, G a 7 e 

Additions to, 18 a 7/— 2;» a 11/— 7 wj 5 6 

— ieyi3</ 

the " Blnck Watch " Regiment at, 9 « 5 </ 

— 13« 7/ 
— — on Easter Monday, 7 a 10 rf 
— — Conservatives, 6 a 9/ — 8 a Q e 
Brise (S. H. lluggles) on the Lock Out of Farm 

Labourers, 1 w 12 s 
Bristol (Lord) on the Farm Labourers Lock-out, 

26 j 7/ 
— « Girt of a New Mansion House to, 30 a 12 6 

—2 WI 12 e 

Free Library for, 1 8 m 9 « 

Meeting at, to form a College of Science 

for South Wales, 13 i 5 c 
Port and Channel Dock Company, 30 m 

iya 
British Association — Final Meeting of the Brad- 
ford Committee, 3 a 5 a 



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[April 1 to 



British Association— Private Conference, 20 m 7 r 
Aiylum for Deaf and Dumb Females, Do- 
nation to, 10; 11 

Empire Mutual Life Assurance, B n7 a 

Home for Incurables, Annual Meeting, 14 

mile 

Annual Garden Party, 2Qjl0d 



— Hospital in Naples, 28 m 10 rf 

— Insurers m United Sta.tes Ofllces, see 
America 

— Lying-in-Ho8pital, Annual Meeting, 23 m 
lOd 

— Medical Association, If* i 9 e 
Annual Meeting, 25 m Sb 



— Museum — Bequest of Ancient Watches to, 
12il2rt 

on Easter Monday. 7 a \0 c 

New Tnistee, 2 m \\ J 

Notes about. 24; 12 c 

Notices of, 29 o 1 1 / 

Keport of a Fire in. 13 / 11 d 

He-Opening of. 7 m 7 e 

Vi8it of the Eton Boys to. 27 / « 

■ Visitors During the Past Year. 1 »» 11/ 

Return of Vi^itor8 During the Past Year, 

20 m 10 d 

' of the Expenses of Maintaining, 16 m 



5 6 

Two Valuable MSS. Added to. 12 m 6 c 

— and Foreign Anti- Slavery Swnety, Deputa- 
tion to Gorernment on the East AfHcan 
Trade. 5 ; 10 rf 

Bible Society, Annual Meetnig. 7 m 12 c 

Marine Insurance Company. \\i / 10 a 

School Society, Annual Meeting, 12 m 



18-rf 



and German Joint Stoc't Companies, 8 a 

7d 
Brougham (Ixird) Statue to, 4/12 6—20 ; 5 d 
Brown and Poison on the Adulters tiun oif Food 

Act, 13 9 9/ 

on Corn Flours, 1 8 y 5 b 

Bay ley, & Co., Limited. 25 / 7 a 

Brun (^Lucien) on French Legitimists and the 

Septennate. 20 a 7 d 
Brunswick Jewels, Sale of, at Geneva, 2 w 11 e 

—6m 11 b 
Legacy, Settlement of the Question, 18 a 

76 

Memorial at Geneva. 1 a 10 r 

(Duke of) Price Sale List of his Collection 

of Jewels. 26 9 10 / 
Buckland (Frank) Zoological View of the Aca- 
demy Exhibition, 18 w 13 b 
Budget Arrangements, 18 m 8 6 
Buenos Ayres, New GoTemnjent, List of, 29 ; 

7b 

Commercial News, 20 q9 d 

the Streets Lighted by Petroleum, 20 a 9 rf 

Buffaloes of North America, Slaughter of, 7 a 

8/* 
Building Societies, New Bill on, 14 a 9/ 
'l>ade, Meeting for an Advance in Wages, 

2/9/ 
Bullock (Rev. J. F.W.) Appeal for the Burnt 

out at Rudwinter, 5 m 14 e — 12 m \2 d 
Sunyan (John) Statue to at Bedford, 11 m 8/ 



Bunyan (John) UnTeiling of, by Lady Stanlej, 

llj 12c 
Bunyon (C. J.) on American Life Offioea and 

British Insurers, 10 a 8 6 
Bnrchell (James; on the New Jersey Bill, 30 a 

116 
Burdon-Sanderson (Dr. J.) on Mad Dogs, IS ■ 

9rf 
Burges (W) on St. Paul's Cathedral' 26 i 10 d 
Burgess (Rev. Dr. tl.) on the Agriculiurkl 

Labourers* Lock-Out, 9 a 5 f—\ii a \2 b 
Burglary in the City, 30 m 11 d^2j lif^ZjU 

d-AjVlb 
Burke (J. B.) on the Scotch and Irish Peen, 

6ci 8c 
Bumess and Sons on the Suez Canal Dues, 14* 

12 6 
Burning the Candle at Both Ends, 2 a S </— 4 a 

5« 
Burns (Rev. Dawson) on the Licensing Bill, 28 

ml2 6 
Burnt Out, 5 m 14 a 
Burrows (Montague) on Heform of Conrocation, 

24^6/ 
Burt (Charles) on Richmond Cemetery, 3 a 10 /* 
Burton-on-Trent, New Church Given to the 

Town hy Mr. Bass, 14 a 5 /* 
Butler*s Wharf Company, 12y 10 a 
Butt (Isaac) on the Hecordership of Dublin, 21 

«7/ 

on Home Rule, 20j%q 

Buxton (Sir FowelH on the East African SUve 

Trade, 28 m 5/ 

C, 
Cab Law, New Constriction. 4 a 5 6 
Cabinet Council Meetings. Iti a 9 /*- 27 o 11 «— 

30o9/— 5 m 11 /— 7 w9 /— 11 w 11/— 18 m 

n/-2;9/-3i9 /-8yil/— I9;9y-.2d; 

5a 
Cables and Cable Laying. 4 m 7 rf— 6 w 11 « 
Csdogan ^Lord) on" the Vi<;toria Hospital for 

Children, 10 a 5 6 
Caesar's Camp at Wimbledon, 8 / 7 « 
Cairo, English Consul at, (> m 5 e 
Calcutta (Bp. of) Modest Request for English 

Great Men for India. 9^ 14 c 
California and the Chinesn Emigrants, 7 a 5 f 

-2/4^ 

Agricidtural Prospects, 2 / 4 rf 

Foreign Investments in, 2J A d 

Fruit Growing in. 11 m Sd 

Import Returns, 2 ; 4 </ 

Califomian Land Inrestmcnt Company, 14 a 7 </ 

CM for Sympathy, 10 i 5 Z' 

Calrert (Frederick) on the Supreme Court <rf 

Appeal, 27m 7 e 
(Cambridge, New Com Exchange at, 27 m 6 6 
Opening of *• Emanuel Congregational 

Church "at, 20 w 12 6 
Philosophical Society, Paper of Profetssr 

Huxley Read at, 11 m 14/ 

Recent Fever in, 11/76 

CAUBBIDGE UNIVEBSITT:— 

— ■ Award of Pnzep, Ac, Sj 7 h 

Board of Mathematical Studies. Report. 7 

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Cambridge XTniyenity (^tontinued), 

Brovrne** (Sir Wm.) Medals, 80 a 10 e 

— Burnej Prize, 21 a 12 c 

Candidates for Holy Orders, 11 m 14/ 

Chancellor's Medals, dO a 10 •— 80 m 9 e 

Class Lists of Girls, 27 m 5/ 

Commtneement Day at, 17 ; 8 a — 18 ) 8 e 

Congregations, 11 a 12 /•-29j 8/ 

Degrees Conferred, 11 a 12 y— 24 a 7J—S 

m 10 «— 22 m 12 c— 6 ; 9 /— 20j 7 /— 22> 12 

€— 29i8/ 

During the Academical Year, 22y 7 6 

Hunorarj Conferred, 19 m 12 e— 29 m 10 



6-4> 7 If—oJ 9 /— 11 ; 10 c— J6> 7 r— 18/ 
5^ 

— Downing College Scholarships, 23 a 9 /— 
15/ 7 c 

— Elections, 26 m 9 /* 

— ExamlnatioBS, 22 r< 5 s 

for Degrees, 8; 7 h—lBj 11/— 18/ 8 r 

of Women, 1 1 m 14 / 



Examinem, 8/ 10 <j--11 i« 14/ 
for Public Schools, 18 a 8 a 



— Fitzwilliam's Museum, 7 w 8 « 

— GrantcheaterChunh, Grant to Enlarge, 15 
;7c 

— Higher Education, Report on, 4 ; 7 a 

— Hospital Sundaj, 26 m 9/ 

— Improvement Board, 17 « 12/ 

— Kanip (Mrs.) Pension Granted to, 24 a 7 f 

— King's College Prizes Awarded. 15/ 7 r 
- London — Proposed Affiliation of the Uni- 



Tcfsity, 1 1 / 10 c 

Lady Margaret's Preacher, 7 m 8 o 

Law Tripos— Subjects, 21 a 12 c 

— Lucteres, 4 m 5 6—15 w 8 6—25 m 9/ 

Attendence on, Ne\r Order, 27 /« 5/ 

Libranan Notices, 18i 8 c 

Library Report. 7 m 8 a 

- — Lighrfuot's ^scholarships, 16 a 8 h — 7 m 8 a 

—21 M 12 f 
Little-Go Examinations, Report on, 20 a 

12 e 
Local Examinations, a 9 a-^ m 10/— 9 

«10«— 1/8/* 
Moderators, 22 m 12 c 

— Museuir and Lecture liooms Report, 27 im 

5/ 

Additional Grant for, 5/9/ 

• — Natural Sciences Tripos, 18> 8 o 

- — Old Testament Rerision Company, Election 

of Member, 7 m 8 a 

Open Scholarships, 1 a 10 rf— 4 a 5b 

Awards, 11 ; 10 c 

Elections, 18 a 8 a— 27 a 7 d— 8/ 7 b 

^— Porson Prize, 18 m 9/ 

• — • Powis Medal, 16 m o's 

- — Preachers, List of, 26 ; 10 c 

— - Queen's College, Scholarships, 10 a 6 6 

- — ■ Ramsden Sermon, 14 w 10 « 

Rede Lecture, 29 a 12 rf— 20 m 12 rf 

• — Report on the Observatory, ISj 6 a 
" — Sedgwick Memorial Committee, 14 

10 e 

Sizarships. 1 a 10 rf— 29 i 8/ 

• — - Bute of the University, 18 a 8 « 



m 



; Cambridge Univeisity (oo»fin;<«f/). 

j Trinity College New Statutes, 6 a 8 c— 13 

a 12 6—16 a 8 6 

Exhibitors, 4/7 6 

Tyriohitt Hebrew Scholarships, 16 a 8 6-^ 

22 m 12 c 

Unattached Students, 7 m 8 a 

University Extension Scheme, 4j7 f 

Whiweh Scholarships. 15/ 7 e 

Winchester steading Prizes, 7 m 8 a — 1 1 / 

10 e 
Worts Travelling Bachelor's Pond, 21 m 

12/ 

Cambridgeshire Agricultural Society, Annui>l 
ExhibiUon, 10/ 6 f 

Cameron (Charles^ RemiKsionof Taxation v. Re- 
duction of Debt, 16 a 12 s 

on the Friendly Societies Bill. 22/ 8/ 

on the Sale of Intoxicating; I^iquors on 

Sunday Bill, 12m 12/' 

(Lt.) at Uiiji, 80/5 • 

Campbell (Gordon) on the Oxford Diggings, 23 
m 12 a 

Campbell-Bannerman (H.) on Reserve Forces, 
2 a 10 c 

Can Well Wait— Anniversary of Printing in 
Engliiiid, 18 m 8 e 

CANADA :-* 

Agent for, 29 m 10/ 

Appointments. 2/ 6 a 

Dominion Parliament Prohibit Intoxicating 

Liquors in the House, 24 a 12 f 

Lord Dufiferin's Speech on Opening, II a 



11 </ 



Proceedings in, 7 m 5 b — 27 m 6 a 
Geological Survey of. 21 mi 6/ 
and Louis Riel, 6 »i 14 a 
Mass Meeting ou Kiel's Attempt to Take 



his Seat in Parliament, 4 n 6 a — 18 aba 

— Miscellaneous News, 19 j 9 f 

— New Tariff, 26 m 4 c 
Telegraph Law, 22 m 11 a 



Proposed Union of the Maritime Provinces, 

27 m 10/ 

Protection in, 4 a 6 </ 

Itociprocitv Treaty M-ith the United States, 

14 lu 5 b-^oj 6 a 

Return of Spirits and Ale in, 6 / 4 e 

Taxation of, 16 m 10 a 

Canadian ** Hansard " proposed, 9 ; 6 a 

Company, 22 i 8 a—ZOj 1 1 c 

Finances, 16 a 6 a-*-30 a 12 d 

Minister of Finance in England, 8/9/ 

Parliament, 1 a 6/ 

Postal Service, 1 1 / 7 d 

Shipping. 10 a 9 / 

Tariff, 2 m 6 6—80 w 10 d 

CANALS I— 

Glocester and Berkeley, 6 m 14/— 15 m 7 o 

-1/8/ 

Grand Junction, 4j 6 d 

— *— Madras Irrigation and Canal Company, 1/8/ 

Regent's 1 w 10 c 

Suez — the Company's Notes on the Dues, 

28 a 6c 

the French Press on the Controversy, 27 



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[April 1 to 



Canals (continued), 

Suex— General Meeting, 4 j 6 rf 

and Germany, 29j7d 

the Khedive Takes Military Possession 

of the Ca lal, 28 a 12 6—7 m 10 a 

— and M. Lesseps, 22 a 5 c— 12 i 4 « 

M. Lestep's Note about, 11 j 7 « 

Submits, 27 all /"— 28 a 12 6—4 m 7c 



— 7 m 10 o 

Threat, 24 a 12 tf— 28 a 12 6 



— ^ Meeting of the Company to Consider the 
Question of Tonnage Dues, 29 a 7 a 

Notes about, 14 m 12 6—29 m 7 r 

Notices about, 11 m 7 c— 12 w 12 c 

Official Notices on the Tonnage Dues, 23 



a66 

Protest of M. Lesseps, 11 m 9 / 

Tonnage Dues, 1 a 5 a — 7 a 3 a — 1 lahh 

—18 a 7 6—16 a 6 a— 17 a 12 a- 18 a 6 a— 23 
a66 

Traffic ReccipU, 8 a 4 /— 22 a 7 6—12 m 



Cattle (continued), 

Irish Cattle Trade, 19 m 13 « 

Notes on Importing them Alive from the 

River PUte, 12 a 12 c 

Privy CouncU Orders about, ij C •— 10 j 



12 rf— 26 m 5 a— 9> 12 d— 16j 11/ 
Canterbury (Abp. of) Movements of, 15 a 5 « — 

25 m 11/ 
Cathedral, Discovery of Ancient Charters 

& MSS. in the Crypt of, 11 m 11/— 14 m 10 e 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :— 
Caffre Rising in Natal, 7 a 10 «— 20 a 9 d— 

11 m 12 e— 2 y 5 f—^j 8/— 10 jT d 

Notes aoout, 18j 11 e 

Customs Revenue Returns, 2J 5 f 

Diamond Fields, 6 a 5/— 23 a 6 *o— 23 a 10 

/— 9 w 7 C—22J 7 c 

• Horse Disease in, 9.2 j 7 c 

Irrifration Bills, b j b a 

Labour Market, 7 a 10 s 

Meeting to Condenm Bp. Colenso's Pro- 
ceedings, 23 m 5 e 

New Gold Companies. 23 o 10 s— 28 alls 

Sentence on Langalabalcle, 6 a 5 /— 7 a 10 

e— 23 »i 6 e— 5 / 5 a— 22 j 7 c 

Ship News, 20 a 7 6— ^ j 5 a 

Slave Trade, 2jbf 

Thunderstorm at Natal, ijbf 

Carlylc (Thomas) Elected President of the 

Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, 13 a 12 f 

CaroUne (Queen) Funeral of, Note about, 10 a 

8c 
Carpenter (Dr. A.) on Town Sewage, 30 m 11 / 
(Dr. W. B.) on Oceanic Circulation, 4 ; 

10 rf 

Cartagena, State of, 28 m 7 /* 

Caterham Junction Lime, Whiting and Cement 

Works Company, 1 4 nt 7 e 
Catholic Congress at Venice, tee Vbnicb 

Union, Annual Meeting, 26y 10 rf 

Cats, Fearful Struggle of a Lady with, 11 abf 
Cattermole (Leonardo) on the " Roll Call," 14 in 

11 d 
CATTLE :— 

Disease, Notes about, 28 m 6 / — 29 m 6 r. — 

80 m 6 c— 2 ; bf—%j 6/— 12; U/— 15^ 13 e 
—16; 5c 

Contagious Diseases Act, Return, 16 « 7 e 

— 16 m 9/— 17 i 7/* 

Deputation to Government about, 2 



\Cid 

from River Plate, 7 m 7 c 

Spread of the Disease, 20 ; 6/ 

State of the Market, 1 a 7 e—2 a t d—Z a 

6 e^A a 6 (f-6 a 4 c— 7 a 9 6—8 a 7 d—9 a 6 
b_10 a 7 b— 13 a 9 «— 14 a 7 </— 15 a 7 c— 16 
a 7/— 17 o 10 *— 20 a 8 e— 21 a 10/— 22 a 7 
/>— 23 n 6 fc— 24 a 7 <f— 27 a 8/— 28 a 10 c- 
29 a 12 e— 80 a 7 b— 1 m 10 A— 4 m 9 rf— 5 aS 
c— 6 m 10 b—7 m 7/— 8 in 1 1 6—11 w 8 d-\i 
m 13 «— 13 m 10 rf— 14 m 7/— 15 m 7 6—18 r 
8/— 19 m 13 c— 20 m 11 c— 21 m 9 c— 22 m 11 
c— 25 m 8 «— 26 m 6 e— 27 m 6 6—28 m 6 rf- 
29 m 6 c-iy V-2.; U 6-3^ U 6-4>6jr- 
5 j 11 ^^—6 / 10 c— 8 / 8 «— 9> 12 e— lOj 10 a 
11 1 7 6-12 ; 10 6— 13 ;• 10 6-16 /8/-16» » 
/-17 j 10 6-18 i 7/-19 ; 10 d--2Qj 10 e- 
22 ; 8 e-23 ; 10 rf— 24i 9 /*— 25 ; 7 d— 2b; ^ 
f— 29 jBd—^Oj II b 
Cedaut Arma Togoe, 27 a 8 6 
Centenarian, 21 »i 11/ 
a Mahoniedan at Abmcdorugger Aged 143 

Years, 14 a 7 /" 

Lady Smith, 12 m 13/ 

Joseph Turner, 6 m 14 6 

Central Asia, Exploratian of, 11 w 14/ 

Conspiracy in Khokand, 16 w 5 6 

Military Geography of , 7 m 6 c— 9 m\2d 

Asian Antiquities, 14 a 12 « 

Criminal Court, Opening of, 6 a 4 e-8 all 

a—4 m 13/— 5 m 18 e— 18 m 12/— 8; U rf- 

Chamber of Agriculture, 15 a 10 « 

Meeting, 4 ; 7 6 

Fire Insurance Corporation, 9^ 12 c 



ft /> 



Ceylon and its Pearl Fishery, 24 a 9/ 
Chain Cables and Anchors Act, 8 m 10 e 
Changes of Sirnames, 2 m 7 e . , ^ 

Channel Communicaticm Tunnel with France, 
9 a 6 fl-27 a 7 fl-29 m 9./-2y 10 f-Ujo' 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, 4 « 6 c 

Preachers for May. \ m7 f 

Charity Organization Society, Notes about, J* 

?M 11 c 

Donations to. 6 ji' 1 1 / 

Charles Cammill & Co.. Limited, 16 / 12 a 
Chase ^^ Chief Justice) Diary of, 4 m 14 c 
Chastising Pupil, Death fnnn, 24 ; 7 6 
Chatwood's Patent Safe and Lock Company, 15 

w 8 a 
Cheese, Import Returns, 13 a 6 d 
Chelmsford (Lord) on the Uayman TestinionW 

Fund, 23 w 12 c 
Chelsea Botanic Garden, 18 a 6 c 

Embankment, see Thambb ^ 

Cheshunt College, 106th Anniversary, 29; 6* 

Dean Stanley at, 29 j 6 « 

Chestnut Trees in Bushey Park, 18 m 8/ 
Cheltenham College, New Principal, 27 a 12 « 

Scholarships, 19 w 12/ 

Vacant Mastership, 2 a 10 e 

rhpsfpr riithi»dral Restoration. 9 a 8 6 



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Chicago to Cork Direct, 30 »i 5 f 

Chichester Cathedral, Restoration &c., 1 1 m 8 6 

Training S.jip, Amateur Jb'erformance to 

Aid, "ih jhf 
Chili— Arrest and Release of a British Officer, 

Boundary Question, 2d j 7 b 

and England, 29 >n 6 d— 30 m 10 a 

English i'hysicians Not Allowed to Prac- 
tice in, 29 j 7 6—30 j 10 d 

the English Demand the Helease of Capt. 

Hyde, 14 m 5 6 

ChiUingworth (U. J.) on the SUk Trade, 18 j 7 • 

CHI -.A :— 

Change of Commanders at the Station, 11 

w 11/ 
Commorcial Intelligence, 6 a 3 b — 11 a ob 

—20 a 7 c— 2a a 12 o— 2 m 5 6—5 m 14 6—1 1 

m 7 c— 12 ;/i 14 6—16 m o 6—20 m 12 a— 23 m 

5 a — 28 m o a — 1 j 7 6 — 2 j 6 6—6 j 5 a — 15^* 

7 c— 16> 7 a— 20y 5 6— 23^ 5 6 

> English in, 2 a 8 a 

Iron Suspension Bridge at Kweichow, I a 

6/ 

New Paper Started at Hong Kong, 1 a 6/ 

Riot in the French Settlement, 5 ia 14 6 — 6 

M 5 6 — 7 mob 

Chinese Custom, 28 m 7 e 

Cholera in Italy, 22 a b e 

Victim, 2j lie 

Christ's Hospital Custom at All HaUow*s Church, 

4 a 5 « 

Procession to the Mansion House, 8 a 12 6 

JubUee Festival, 30 a 12 d 

Christian (Lord Justice) on the Judicature Bill, 

19 m 9 c— 26 m 10 c -2 ; 12 6 
Chubb ;G. II.) on Burghiries in the City, 4 j 

12 6 
Chuckerbutty (Dr. S. G.) on Life and Death in 

India, ^j 12/ 
Chuivh ^A. H) on Ashantee Gold, 6 m 11 c 
Church Bills for England and Scotland, 29 m 

10 d 

• — • for the Deaf and Dumb, Opening of, 22 j 7 

c~nj9e 
— DiiscipUne Act, Proposed New, 24 a 11 6 
- — Estates Commission, 12 m 11 / 
— • Pastoral Aid Society, Annual Meeting, 8 m 

10 6 
School Managers and Teachers, Annual 

Conference of the General Association of, 30 j 

4e 
- — of England Aissurance Institution, 29 m G 6 
As^ciation, Annual Conference, 14 m 



11 6 



Education Society, 21 m 13 a 

Home Missions, Annual Meeting, 21 m 
13 a 

Sunday School Institute, Annual Meet- 
ing, 21 m 13 a 

Temperance Society, I a 9 /*— 13 m 12 c 



—Urn 116 

— • IreUind Sustentation Fund, Annual Meet- 
ing, 21 m 13 a 

Chymicals, State of the Market, 2 a 6 d— 2 mil 
6-1 > 9 rf 

Cinnamon, State of the Market, 2^116 



Cirencester Agricultural College, 23 i 8 6 
Cisterns versus Continuous Water Supply, 21a 

12 c— 23 a 7 e— 25 a 10/ 
City of Flowers, 11 nt 6 e 
Gardens--St Alphage, London Wall, 30 a 

11/ , 

of Glasgow Life Assuraice Company, 29 a 



12 a 



Languages, Interpretation of, 12 m 13 a 

Letter Carriers in New York, 8 a7 d 

Liberal Club, 22 »i 6 rf— 25 ; 5/ 

— Establishment of, 15 a 9/ 

of London Conservative Association, Ban- 



quet at Cannon St. Hotel, 18 j 5/ 

School, 17 a 12 e 

Self-Denying Ordinance in, IS all d 



Offices Company, 1 a 12 c 

Temple, Opemng and Dedication Service, 

2 m 9y— 20 mlO d 
Civic Benevolence, 12 i' 5 e — 16 j 7c 
CIVIL ACTIONS :— 
Adams v. Great Northern Railway, 18 a 

lie 

Addison v, Laveme, 8 a 11 6 

z.lexandra Palace Ocmi^any v. Bignold, 8 

m lid 
Alison V. Bristol Marine Insurance Com- 



pany, 13 M» 11 c 

— Anderson v. Morice, 4 m 12 d — 7 mile 

— Andrew i;, Andrew, S m II d 
- i;. Raebum, 23 a 11 a — 25 a 11 e 



— Andre wes v. Brooke, 30 in 11 6 — Ij 13 6 — 
4i 11 t/— 18/110 

— Andrews v. Mayor &c. of Ryde, 29 y 13 c 

— Angerstein re Angers tein, 18 a II a 

— Anson v. London and North Western Rail- 
way, 11 m 13 d — 15 in 11 a 

— Appleby w. Percy, 23 w 116 

— re Apletjeewick Mining Company, 23 a 1 1 6 
Armitage v. West Cumberland Iron Steel 



Company, 29 m 11 a 

— Arnold v, Furness Railway, 25 a 11 a 

— Ash v. Great Northern Railway, 2 a 11 s 

— Ashley v, Howard, 6 u 9 </ 
V, Ashley, 18 a 1 1 r 

— Astley V, Earl of Essex, 4 m 13 a 

— re an Attorney, 25 a 1 1 c 
in the matter of a Person Applying to be 



Admitted, 11 f' 111/ 

— Attorney-General v. Beimgton, 29 i»i 11 a 

r. Birmingham Corporation, 23 m 11 6 

V, North London Railway, &e., 7 m il d 



— 6Jllrf— djl3c 

17. Pratt, 7 m 11 </ 

V. Pretyman, 29 j 13 a 

V. Widnes Railway, 28 a 11 a 



Bacheldor v. Lancashire and Yorks. Rail- 



way, 7 m 11 6 

-^ Bagaley v. Steele, 4 a 1 1 6 

— Bantney v. Lumbard, 25 m 13 c 

— Barclay in re Joyce, 11 m 13 6 

— Barrett v. Jeffs, 15 m 11 a— 27 m 11 c 

— Barsinki w. Lloyd, 20 ; 11 c— 22> 12/ 

— Bartlett v. Green, 25 m 13 c/ 

— Bassett v, Blyer, 23 m 1 1 e 

— Bawden v. English, 22 a 11 6 

— Beake v. Nicholson, 17 ii 11 c 



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[April. 



CiTil Actioiis {continued), 

Beal aud otb<»rs v. North London Railway, 

lOalld 

Beale v, Beale, 7 m 11 d—l7 a II d 

Belt V. Watcombe Terra Ck>ttA Claj Com- 

panj, 11 J 11 d 

-— — Benjamin v. Storr, 27 a 18 c 

Bennett and Wife v. South Eastern Rail- 
way, 1 a 11 a 

Bertram v, Clu Hill Colliery Company, 6 o 

9 c 

Bcthell V. Abraham, 4 m 12 6— 12> 10/ 

Black 0. rownall, tf o 11 « 

Blackie v, Daciiey, 4 w* 12 d 

Blades v. Lawrence, 7 /w 1 1 6 

Blaen Coelan Company, 8 ; 18 c 

Blanc in re Blune, 18 c/ 11 b 

Bloomer v. Bernstein, 26 w 11 rf— 27 mU d 

Bloumfield r. Great Easlurn liailway, 29 j 

13 6 

Bode V. Oppenbeim, 2 a ] 1 // 

Bolingbroke (Viscount) v. Swindon Local 

Board, 1 a 11 e 

Bolton V. Angle, 4 ; 116 

— Bootey v. Fairlie, 4 j 10 « 

Booth V. Fearse, 17 « 11 c 

Boss re Whalley, 20 m 1 1 s 

Bottenheim w. Daries, 19 j 11 k 

Bower v. Foreign and Colonial Gas Com- 
pany, 27 m II d 

Bows V, Fenwick, 7 m 11 c 

Brandt v. North Eastern Banking Com- 



pany, 



22 r> 11 c 



re Breslin, 29 m 7 c 

— Breslan r. Hudson, 17 a II b 

— in the matter of Mr. Bridge, a Police Ma- 
gistrate, 4y 11 6 

— Bridges v. Bamsley. 25 m 18 <f 

— British National Insurance Corporation r. 
Gladstone, 6; 11 d 

Slate Compary. 6 ; 1 1 6 



Bromley v. Bradshaw, 4 7 11c 
Brown and another r. Howson, 8 o 11 e 
— V. Goodall, 11 a 11 c 
V. PoUwn, 10 a 11 6 



— Bruff 17. Cobbold, 28 a 11 a 

— Brynon and another i*. Watts and anether, 
8 a 11 6 

— Buck V. Barr, 28 m 1 1 c 

— re Buckley— Will Case, 22 m 4 cf 

— Burton i\ Hart et Uxor, 27 m 11 e 
V. St. Claire and others, 28 m 11 e 



Bushell c. Saunders, 20 a 12 e 

expurU Butcher in re Meldnim, 6^ 11 a — 

13yil# 

Butcher i^. Stewart, 15 »w 116 

Byfonl V. Turner, 8 rt 11 6 

Cabell ine v, Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 13 a V^ a 

' Callaii f. Deasc. 29 j 14 u 

Calihorpc v. Drabeley, 20 j 11 c 

Cameron o. Fry, 30 a 11 d 

Campbell i\ Morris, 6 « 9 r/ 

Cardigan Iron, Steel and Wire Company, 4 

m 12 //— 8 ; i3 a 

— Carnagie v. Carnaifie, 22 a 11 ft 
Cnrrull f. Ha}e», 15> 12/ 



Civil /ctions (continued). 

Carroll, jun. v. Hayes, 17 j 7 c^— 18/ 10 e 

Carter and Wife v. Metropolitan Railway' 

16 j 18 c 

Cart Wright and others v. King and another, 



Halle 

— Casbum v. Fox, 8 m 11 ^ 

— Cattell r. Diprose, 28 m 11 

— C*aTe V, Waterer, 17 a 11 c 

— Central Queensland Meat Preserring Com- 
pany, i m 12 6 

Chambers Colliery Company v, LancaEhirc 



and Yorkshire Railway, \*2J 12 c 
Chartered Bank of Cliina, &c l*. Just, 23 a 

116 

Cbasemore v. Turner, 15/ 13 a 

Chatterton and another c. (^ve, 20/ II d 

( hilds v. Hearu. 11 a 13 e 

Chubb r. Wing. 4 ». 12 </ 

Churchy a rtl r Duncan and others. 2 a 11 <i 

re Citizen Asjjurance Company. 29 /13 a 

City Discount Company v. il*iA*an, 16 / 

13 cf 



— re City Glass and Bottle Manufactu*ing 
Company, 11m 13 c 

— Clapham v. Obir., 29 o 13 c 

— Clarke r. Clarke, 23 wi 1 1 c 

— Clifford V. Hoare, 1 01 1 1 c 

— Colbeck and others r. Dixen and another. 



10 a 11 c 

— Colclough V, Leslie, 27 m 11 c— 11 / 11 d 

— Cooper V, St. Katherine Docks, 16 a 11 e 

— Copin V. Adamson, 20 a 14 a — 80 a 1 1 ^ 

11 m ISd 
V. Strachan, 80 a 11 d—ll mlZd 



— Carry v. Fatten, 7 « 1 1 6 

— County Palatine Loan and Discount Com- 
pany V, Cartnell's Case, 4/ 10 e 

— Cox V. Bennett, 20i 11 c 

— Cross V. Raw, 5/11 d 

— Cud worth v. Midland Railway, Salic 

— Cuesta v. Moses, 29/ 18 6 

— Currie v, Lumsden, 26 m 11 c 

— Cutler V. Turner, 4/ 11 c 

— Daniil v. Stepuej', 15 m 11 6 

— Daniells v. Harris, 80 a 11 </ 

— Davies v. Gray, 25 a lie 
V. Lord Kensington and Wm. Harding, 4 



file 

— Davis V, Griffiths, I a 11 6 

V. Duncan, 8 a 1 1 6—22 o 11 c 



Day v. Metropolitan Railway, 18 j 7 c 
Dean v, Stokes, 8 m 1 1 </ 
Dearden v. Lets, 25/11 a 



I 



Dent V. NitkaUs, Hij 13 d 

Derby, Earl of v. Sef ton, 25 >» 18 c 

De Wolf V. Archangel Maritime Bank, 9 j 

13 a 
Dignum v. Vans Agnew, 26 m 11 d 

re Dimson Estate Fire Clay Company, 11 

ffl 13e 

Ditton Brook Iron Company t'. Richards, 

20 aVde 

Doggetts V. rhillipa, 22 ; 12/ 

Dclaii V, London and North Western Kail- 
way, 8 (I lie 

Dolhy r. Colling wood, 8/ 13 c 



June 30, 1874.] palukk's ind£X to the *^ times " newspaper. 



Civ 



Ciyil 4ctioii8 (rontmued), 

Doiuerschlaj^ t*. Uecker, 9 a 11 a 

Dove r. Davis, 10^ 11 6 

Drinkwater v. Deakin, 24^ 13 a— 29 m 11 

c—bj 1 1 rf—6 / 11 c 

Driver v. Muntz, 10 a 11 6—18 a 11 6 

Droitwich Salt Company, 6^116 

Dudgeon v, Pembroke, 29 m 11 b— 30 m 11 

«— 4y II b 
Dummelow v. Sowerby and another, 22 j 



13 a 

— Dunn V. English, 10 j II a 

V. London and Norih Western Railway, 

13 m 1 1 c 

— Dyer v. I'ark, ^ m V2 d 

— Eaics v. iCustace, 20 a 14 6 

— VmX v. Whnlk-y, 18 / 11 a 
East and VVi'St Junction liailway v. Qr.?at 



Western lUilway, 22 a 8 o— 23 a 6 /'—IS w 8 
c/— 20 m 10/ 

Eastwood V, Miller, 4 ; 1 1 c 

Elbinger Actien Gesellschaft 4c v. Arm- 
strong, 11 n* 13 c 

Ebsworth v. AUiance Marine Insurance, 19 

111 a 

Ecclesiastical Commissioners v. Queen's 

Hot 1 Company. 29 «i 11 a 

Edwards v. Gilford, 1 a 1 1 a 

r. Warden, 7 m 11 1—*27 w 11 a 

Eg^ers and another v. Schunk aud another, 



13 a 13 a 

— Elder v. New Zealand Land Impro%'ement 
Company, 21 a 11 £ 

— Ellis V. Great Western Railway, 13 m 11 6 
— 25y 11 e 

— Erskine v. Adeane, 28 m 11 a 



European Arbitration, 9 ir 7 / 
— Blackburn's Case, 15 m 11 e 



Brown and Tylden's Case, lo m He 
— Chandler's Case, 22^ 13 6 

Deas'8 Case, 18 m 13 s— 21 m 13 c 

Doman*s Case No. 2, 15 m 11 r 

Donisthorpe's Case, 1 « 10 • 

Glanfield's Case, 18 j 11 c 

Gram's Case, 15 mi 11 </ 

Hardinge's Case, 18 j 11 c 

Hough s Case, 2 u loy 

Hulme's Case, 1 ci 10 e 

Legg's Case, I a 10 «— 2 a 10/ 

Lines and Leah's Case, 18 m 13 (/~21 m 
13c 

Norbury's Case, 2 «i 10/ 

Koyal Naval Society's Indemnity Case, 

15 m lid— 21 ml3d 

• SuUvan's Case No. 2, 15 m li d 

. Talbot's Case, 22 y 13 6 

■ Thomson's Case No. 2, 15 m 11 </ 

Vivian's Case, 22 j 13 6 

• Wilson's Case, 16 »i 11 rf 

-— - Evans v Garnatt, II m II d 

• Evershcd r. Brown, 17i 11 c — 19 ^ 11a 

Falck V. HamUton, 9j 18 c— 15> 13 6 

■ Falvey v. Stanford. 25 a 11 6—27 a 13 « 

re Ferrand (Emile) an Extradition Case, 25 

oWr 

Finch snd Wife v. Nugent and another, 24 

j 13 a 



GiTil Aotiona (coa/tnt(«<(;. 

Firth v. Fielden, 8 m 11 d 

Fisher v. Liverpool Marine Insurance Com- 
pany, 11 m 13 s 

€x parte Fore Street Warehouse Company — 

ttt rt Burrs and Co., 20j>' 11 6 

Foreign and Colonial Gas Company — ex 

parte Wilson. 12 ;" 10 /* 

Forge w. Great Northern Railway, 16 i 13 c 

Fowkes V. Mayor and Corporatioa of Lon , 

don, 17; 11 c 

Fooler V. Ix>ck, 16^ 13 </ 

F»x V. Clarke, 15^ 13 6 

Frankenberg o, Nevill, 20 n 13/ 

Freeh<jld and General Investmeat Company 

— Green's Case, 5/11 c 

Fresh and others r. Brown, 29 / 18 5 

Furniss », Midland Railway, 20 a 13 « 

Galln V, North Western Railway, 20 a 

13 6 

Gallin v. London and North Western Rail- 
way. 10 a 11 6 

Gallo V. Browne. 22 j 12/ 

Gardner v. Stock Share and Finance Com- 
pany, ti a 9 <^ 

Gaskell v. Bailey, 30 a 1 1 rf 

Gates v. Leach and Mills, 29 wile 

Gathercole p. Binckes, 8/ 13 c 

Gillu. Duff. 9 a He 

Gledhill ». Ridings, 11 ; 11 rf 

— Glover and others r. Ryder, 27 m 11 d 

ex parte Goater — in re Finney, 4 m 13 «— 7 

m 11/ 

Godbehear v. Hawley, 17 a He 



Good V. Evans, 18 a He 

Gorris V, Smith, 23 a 1 1 c 

Grant ». Budd, 29 a 13 b 

17. Snape and others, 23 m 11 c 

Great Western Insurance Company of New 

York V, Cunliffe, 22 a 10/ 

Green u. Budgett, 16 a 11 c 

V, Elford, 9 a 11 s 



Gregory vt Smith, 25 a 12 6 

Grove w. Lambert, 2 a 11 b — 3 a 11 a 

Giinn V, Roberts. 7 i» 11 c 

Gwydyr v. Lakeman, 4 a 1 1 h — 17 a 11 5 

Hackney Board of Works, 26 m 1 1 cf 

ex parte Haigh, an Attorney, 28 a 11 & 

Hainsworth v. Great Northern Railway. 11 

aUd 
Halifax, Mayor of t;. Soothill Upper Local 

Board, 4 / 10 /* 

Hampden w. Walsh, 29/ 13 6 

IL^mpton p. Rickards, 1 ; 13 a 

Hardy r. Davis, 25 ; 11 A 

Hargreaves v. Holden. 7 m 11 <f 

Harris v. Christopherson. 7 w 1 1 c 

r. M-CuUoch, 9Aj 13 d 

Harrison w. Great Western Railway, 20 a 

Ha 

Hart V, Murray, 18 m \\h 

Harell v. Coupland, 23 m 11 b 



Haverfordwest and Taunton Election Pe- 
titions, 27 »i 11 d 

Harvey r. I^ewis. 11 m 13 r 

Hayland and Wife v. London General 

Omnibus Company, \ojVda 



Civ 



PALUEB'b index to '^TIIB TIICBS" NEW8PAPKR. 



[April 1 to 



Civil Actions (contimudj, 

Hawkins v. London Tramway Company, 15 

; 18 b 

Hemmings v. Batchelor, 25 ; 11 </ 

ilenbury v. Ormiion and another. 29 a 13 c 

Hendricks v. Australasian Insurance Com- 

]>any, 28 a 11 b 

Hennaman v. Stren, 23 m 11 b 

Henwood v, Butcfaard, 18 m 13 cf 

Hergo V. Waring, 16 a 11 c 

Hermitage v, Eilpin^ 25 m 13 d 

Hey wood v. Earl of Derby, 25 m 18 c 

V. Pickering, 25 m 19 d 

Hobson V. Tuzford and others, 25 m 13 el 

Hockaday v. Wheeler, 18 m 11 a— *J6 wile 

Hogg V. Scott, im\2b 

— — HoMen v. Flintshire Oil and Cannel Com- 
pany, 6 n 9 rf 

Holman v. Midland Railway, 10 a 11 c 

Holmes v. Scott and Wife, 30 m 11 6 

Holt V. James. 20 a 12 / 

Hony wood ». Hony wood, 6/11 b 

re HopkiD8*8 Trust, 25 m 13 c 

• Hornsea Burial Board, 13; 11 /* 

' Hosegood and another v. Lloyd and another, 

ly 13 6— 4i lid 

Houghton and others v. PlimsoU. 2 a ]0 d 

Howden (Lord) the Goods of, 22 a 11 c— 7 

/M 11 C 

Howe V. Crofts, 13 m 11 6 

Hudson V. Hill, 28 wile 

r and another v. Stewart, 2 a 1 1 c 

Hurdle v. Waring, 21 a 11 c 

Hurst r. Great Northern Railway, S a 11 d 

V. Johne and another, 20j 11 d 



Hutt r. South Western Railway, 27 m 11c 

Hutton V, Bullock. 16 i 13 c 

Hyatt t>. Metropolitan Railway, 267 11 r 

Illegitimate Child — Case of Castody of, 5 ; 

11 c 
Imperial Rubber Company — Bush's Case, 

11 »i 13 c— lljll a 

Inglesant r. Inglesant, 27 « IH rf— 7 mile 

lonides w. Tender, 11 m 13 tf— 2{j w 11 6 

Lsaiics V, Raap, 4j 11 d 

Jackson v. Jackson, 20 a 14 6 

t\ Leeman, 4 m 12 e 

V. Union Marine Insurance Company, 20 

J 11 d 

Jacobs V. Canlen, 13 m If 

re Jacobs— Contempt of Court, 11 / 11 rf— 

13; 11/' 

Jeffreson v. Quemar, 8 ;' 18 c 

Jennings and Wife v. London General 

Omnibus Company, 12 ; 11 b 
Jervis and Wife v. Metropolitan Railway, 2 

(I lib 

Jones I'. Lloyd, 7 m 1 1 a 

and KlUs r. Roberts, 20 « 14 « 

w. London Chatham and Dover Railway, 

26 mild— 27 in lie 

V. Palmer, 13 a 13 a 



-^— Joyce r. Haslam, 29 mile 

Kay w. Oxley, 1 1 a 11 d 

. Korshaw p. Lancashire and Yorkshire 

Railway, 10 a 11 a 
• — Kidd t». Macvicar, 13 ; 11 e 



Civil ActionB Ccantinued), 

King V, Lovell, 25 i 1 1 a 

Kingston Guardians 17. Surrey Land Estates, 

2all6 

Kirby v. Midland Railway, 18 a 13 a 

Kirkstall Brewery v. Furness Railway, 28 

m 11 5 

Kite V, Board of Works, IB a lid 

Klau, in the Matter of, 4 m 12 c 

Knight r. HaUiwell, 4 « 12 </ 

v. Knight, 8 J 18 5 



Knowlman r. Bluett, 24 i 8 d 

Lacey w. Hill— Crowley's Claim, 27 a 13 a 

Lambert v, Grore, 2 a 11 6 — 3 a 11 a 

Lantour v. Attorney-General, 4^ 10 /* 

Leech 0. Schweder, 21 a 11 6 

Leeman r. Jackson, 29 « 13 c 

Le«s r. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. 

15 / 8 d—llj lOy— 18 ;■ 7 c 

Lester v. Halifax Corporation, 28 a 1 1 a 



Lister v. Marsland, 8 u 1 1 </ 

Listen V, Powell, » j 18 6—13 j 11 e— 20 » 

116 
Little wood and Wife v. London and North 

Western liailway, 6 a 9 c 

Liver Akuli Company, 22 j 18 b 

re Liverpool Civil Service Association, 29 a 

13 a 



— Loekner and Wife v. Jenkins, lb J 13 b — 16 
J 13 c 

— Jjondon, Bombay &c. Bank — Cama's Ci 
28 m 11 a 

and St. Katherine Docks Company f. 



Metropolitan Board of Works, 11 m 18 c— 23 
m 11 h 

Sewers Commission r. Glasse, 30y 11 '/ 



Lonsdale v. Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 

M'ay, 3 a 1 1 c 

LovegroTt v. Dutton, 6 a 9 « 

LovoU t\ Accidental Death Insurance Coni- 

pnny, 24y 12/ 

Lover ing in re Jones, 30 m 11 a — ^29 jr 13 o 

Lovesey v. Stallard, 29 m 1 1 c 

Lowe V, Ward, 27 ?m 11 <f 

ejc parte Lowentluil tn re Lowenthal, 30 m 

11 tf 

Lumsden v. Currie, 26 m 11 c 

Ly nail Thomas r. the Queen, 17a 11 c 

Macanlay v. Great Western Railway, 10 / 

116 
Macdonald r. Law Union Fire and Life 

Insurance Company, 21 a 11 c 
Madras Railway v. Maharaja Garim, 13 j 

lis 

Maggs V. Barnes, 25 m 18 <^ 

Makinson v Munro, 10 a 11 5 

Malcolm 1;. Parry and Ingram, 24 j 13 6 

Mammoth Copperopolis of Utah, 27 a 13 c 

—30 m 11 a 
Manchester Mayor and Corporation 0. 

Crippin, 10 a 11 6 
— — Manton v. Great Northern Railway, 22 J 

12 f 

Marshall r. James, iiOmll b 

V. -Tones, 20 a 14 a — 7 mile 



Martin and another v. Gibbon, 26 ai 11 if 
Marzials i\ Gibbons, 30 a 1 1 c 



Jan« 30, 1874.] PALMjfi&'s index to " the times " newspaper. 



Civ 



Civil Aotions {continued). 

Mason r. Colby, 23 m 11 6 

Mathieson v. Eccles, 11 a 11 c 

Matthasi v. GaliUin, 29 a 18 b 

Mauro v. Ocean Marine Insurance Company, 

4illc 

Mayor of Hastings v. I vail, 8 j 13 a 

Melflome v. Fane and another, 1 « 11 c 

Mendham v. Morgan, \BJ 11 a 

Meredith v, PhilUps, 8 a 11 ^ 

Mersey Steel &c. Company v. Justice, 3 a 

ll>i 

Meyer v. Beck and others, 1^' 13 b 

Miller v. Baldwin, 6^ 11 c 

MiUs V. Haigh, 3 « 11 c 

Minet v. Morgan, 10/ 11 a 

Mitchell and another v. Lancashire and 

Yorkshire Railway, 6 a 9 <i 
Mobbs and Wife v. South Western liailway, 

I6a lib 

Monke t;. Sheffield Corporation, 3 a 11 c 

Moore v. Moore, 26 m 11 c 

Mortlock V. Gooch, Sj 13 c 

Morton v, £astwood, 8 / 13 c 

Moxley v. Mendoza, 19/11 c 

Mozley v. Chapman, 12,; 10 f 

Myers v. London School Board, 21 all d 

National Bolivian Navigation Company r. 

Public Works Construction Company, 27 m 

lie 
Mutual Shippinjf Assurance Association, 

6jll6 
Navan and Kingscourt Railway Company, 

4il0e 

Neary v. Adams, 2Smll d 

Nevitt V, Parkinson, 10 a 1 1 & 

New in re Childs, 25 a 1 1 a 

Newton v. Nicholson, 10 a 1 1 6 

Nicholson re Balls, 26 m 11 e 

■ N orris v. Maurigy, 25 ; 11 a 

Norton and others v, Gotts-Chalk, 10 a 116 

O'Downing v, liamsden, 23 m 10 /— 25 m 

lie 

Offenbach ». Le Payi, 3Qj5b 

Ogden V. Vinas, 1 j 13 6— 10> 11 b 

• ex parte 0*Hagan and another, 28 a 11 b — 

I m 11 c 

re Oldham Municipal Election Petition, 23 

mil b 
Oliver ». North Eastern Railway, 11 i» 

13 <i 
Oriental Inland Steam Navigation Company 

—re Scinde Claim, 20 a 12 e 

Ormsby v. Metropolitan Railway, 15 j 18 a 

Orton i;. North Metropolitaa Tramway 

Company, 11 ; 11 a 
• Palmer, G«orge, f7. Midland Railway, 24 a 

116 
Pankhurst v. Great Eastsm Railway, 8 m 

II d 

Parfett v. Smith, II a lid 

Parker v. Imperial Royal Azienda Assicu- 

ratrice of Triesta, 25 a 11 6 

V. M^Kenna, 25 i 11 6 

Patent Cork Company and the Campanies 

Acts, 18 a 1 1 & 
- — re Patent Gas Company, 25 m 14 c 



Civil ActionB (continued), 

Pearce w. London Tramway Comyany, 13 / 

11/ 
Pearse v. Watson, 29 m 1 1 c 

Pearson v, Johnson, 6 ; 11 c 

Pegg V. Lampeter Union, 15 in 11a 

Perkins v, London and North Western Rail- 
way, lb ml d 

Perring u. Trail, 18 a 11 6 

Petersfield Election Petition, 25 m 13 cf— 26 

mild 

Petition of Rights— Lynall Thomas to the 



Queen, 9 j 13 a— U ; 11 o— 12 ; 11 a 

— Petrocochino v, Bott, I mil d 

— Phipps and another v. Hale and others, 28 
m lie— 10/11 h 

V. Great Western Railway, 27 m 11 rf 

— Pickering v Marsh, 4i 11 c 

— Pitts V. Mellor, 27 a 13 e 

— Plumer v. Gregory, 10 ; 11 a 

— Pope V. Teale, 29 m 1 1 c 

— Potter V, Metropolitan Railway, 21 a 11 c/— 
30a 11 d 

— Powell and another v. Gilbert, 10 a 11 <i 

v. North Eastern Railway, 13 a 13 a 

V, Pollock, 5^ 11 c 

— Queen v. Burton, 26 ; 11 & 
and Birmingham Parish v. Worcester 



Parish, 4 m 12 ^ 

V. Board of Trade, 13/ 11/ 

V. Fulham Board of Works, 7 m lib 

V. Gann, 26 w 11 d 

w. Hackney Board of Works, 13 i 11 6 

V, Oastler, I a 11 6—2 a 11 6 

V, West Bromwich Commissioners, 13 j 



11 a 



V. Wilts and Berks Canal Company, 29 

m 116 

— Randall t7. Samels, 17 a 11 a 

— Raper v. London General Omnibus Com- 
pany, 28 m 11 6 

— Rasch V, Dawson, 17 a 11 a 

— Rawlings v. Coal Consumers' Association, 
7m 11 c 

— Redgrave v. Lee, 80 a 11 c 

— Reg. V, Farvell, 4 m 12/ 

V, Francis, 11 w 18 e 

t7. Priestley, 8 a 11 « 

Rich V. Ashbury Railway Caniage,&c. Com 



pany. 22 j 13 a—2bj 11/ 

— Richards v. FothergiU, 10 a 11 <i 

V. Delbridge, 17 a 11 a 

v.WiUiamson, 12/10/ 



Richardson v. Great Eastern Railway, 1 a 



11 a 

in the matter of Hedworth School Board. 

28 a II a 

V. Stanton, 13 m II 6 



Rimmer f7. Knowles, 7 m 11 6 
ex parte Roberts, 29 m II 6 
Reoerts v, Egerton, I j 13 a 

— w. Cover, 9 / 13 c 

— r. Litt.e, 15 j 13 b 
V. London, Brighton and South Coast 



Riiilway, 16 > 13 c 

«. Metropolitan lUstrict Rjulvray, 19; 



11 a 



Oiv 



PALMER'd IKDEX TO ** THE TIHES " MEWSP^T^. [April 1 tO 



Oivil ActionB {continued), 

UobcrU and Wife v. Holden and others, 18 

j na 

Robinson v, Dathy, 23 mil c 

V, Emanuel, 11 m 18 </ 



— Rodocanachi u. Elliott, 17 ; 1 1 c 

— ex parte Ravran — tn re Kiddell, 20 ; 1 1 6 

— RoweU and others v. Scott. 20 a 14 a 

— Rubj Consolidated Mining Company — As- 
kew*8 Case, 26^' 11 6—29 ; la a 

— Kusbridge v, Austin, 11 i 11 d 

— Russell V. Great Western Railway, 2 a 6/ 
V. Gould, 8 a 1 1 a 

». Arnold, 3 a 1 1 a 



Rust V, Cook, 2Cm\\ d 

Sagar f^*. Great Northern Railway, 8 n 1 1 o 

Salv^in v. North Brancepeth Coal Company, 

25 j 11 a 

SassooD V, Paris, 26 m 11 c 

Saunders v. ^'akefield, 2 a 1 1 r 

Savory v, Warburg, 22 i 12/ 

Sayers v. London School Board, 17 a l\ d 

Scaife r. Grant, i a 6 d 

— Scales and another i\ Wade, 10 <i lie 
Scholes V. Spiers, 10 a 11 c 

Scott V. London General Omnibus Com- 
pany, 8 m 11 d— U tn IS e 

Season Ticket Bank, SO m 11 a 

Seed r. Seed, 22 a 11 c— 7 ti 11 « 

re Shanghai and Assam Company, 20 J 

lie 

Sheffield o. Sheffield, 27 a 13 d 

Simmons v. Jones, 6j II d 

Smelt V. Chadwich, 18 a 11 6 

Smidt 0, Teden, 6jll c— 8> 9 c 

Smith V, Gallattl 8 a 11 c 

V. Constable, 10 a 11 c 

— — » V. Grant, 28 m 11a 

V. Harding, 29 a 13 6 

V, Palmer, 7 m 11 6 

V. Smith and another, 25i 11 6 

V. Sorby, 23 a 11 c 

■ V. Sowerby, 15 m 11 a 

V, Tiden, 31 m 11 a 

Sorby and another v. Gordon, 80 a 11 </ 

Soutbcoates v. Holt, 8 a 1 1 c 

Sowerby r. Smith, 26 j lid 

Spurgin v. Vincent, I all d 

Stanton v. Richardson, 13 m 11 6 

Steel 17 Smith. 21 a 1 1 e 

Stewart v. Eddowes and another, 2 a 11 c 

Stock and others r. Holland, II ml3d 

Share and Finance Company v. Gardner, 



Sa9d 

— Storrington Highway Case, 27 m 1 1 c 

— Stow V. JelUffe, 16 a 1 1 c— 20 a 12 /—1 1 ; 
11 rf— i;^y 12 a— 24; 13 6 

— Street t;. Licensed Yictuallers* Society, 30 m 
11 6— 6> 11 d 

Strohmeyer and another v. Goodwin and 



another, 25 m 13 </— 26 m 11 <f 

— Sutton V. Williams, 5 ; 1 1 d 

— Switzer v. Street, 29 a 13 c 

— Tahcti Cotton and Cofifee Plantation, Com- 
pany, 27 a 13 c— 29 a 13 rf 

— re Tal} dries Slate Company. 25 a 11 a— 22 
I 12/" 



Oivil Aotioni (contimteJ). 

Tattersall v. Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 9 a 1 1 e— 25 a 11 6 

Taylor v, Lirerpool and Great Westeni 

Steamship Company, 6;' 1 1 r 

Telford and Another v. Laws, 24/ 13 e 

Tewart v, Lawson, 18 ; 1 1 y 

Thomas o. the Queen, 11 m 13 r— 29 m 11 a 

Thompson v. Cand.v, 80 j 11 d 

— > Thorne v. Corporation of London, 28 a 1 1 4 
—7m lie 

Tichbome — Application for a New Trial, 

18 a 11 6—20 a IS <i— 21 a 11 c 

Refused. 30 a 11 « 

Case, Notices, II m 13 <r— 13 mil d 

re Times Railway Company, 23 m 1 1 tc 

Tomlin v, Budd, 17 « 11 a' 

Toole V. Younge, 27 ii 1 1 <; 

Touret v. Oflford, 26 m 1 1 </ 

Traders (North Staffordshire) Carryinf 

ComiHinyy 4 m 12 6 

— Treloar v. Bigge, 25 <f 1 1 c 

Truscott (Aid.) in the matter of , 7 m II a 

Tnmbull p. Murray, 6/ 11 of 

Turner v, Holdernesse, 17 a 11 r 

V.Bonaparte, 12^ 10 /—1 9 ; 8 rf-~26; 



116 



— Tunis Railway Company, 25 m 13 c 
Tuson V. Farmhouse 7 m II b 

' — > UniTersal Drug Supply Association, 30 m 

11 a 

Vig \e V, Nathan, 17a lie 

Villars tn re Rogers, 16 a 11 c -23 a 11 a— 

Urn 13 a 

Wakeley i». Hubbard, 18 j 1 1 a 

Walker v. North Eastern Railway, 22 j 18 6 

Waller v. ToUemache and others, 19 / 11 « 

— Warburg v, Newbery, 25 a 1 1 i« 

Ward V, Sittingboume and Sheemess Rail- 
way, 29 a 13 a 

Wame v, Reutledge. 13/ 11 s 

Warwick and Birmingham Canal Company, 

20 j 11 6 

Watson V. Imperial Insurance Company , 18 

a 11 c— 20 a 14 a 

re Watt*s Settled Estate, 11 m IS 6 

^— Wells V, Hull Corporation, 11 m 11 c 

V. CkM>per, 18 a 11 6—29> 13 6 

— Western of Canada 0*1, Lands and Works 
Company, 22^ 12/ 

Westrup V. London Tramways Company,15 

jl3 a 

— Wheal Vyryan Mining Ck>mpany, 5 ; 1 1 <: 

White V. Hundred ef St. BriaTels, 6 a 11 6 

— 22o He 

Widgery v. Tipper, 29 m 1 1 n 

Widues Railway v. Widnes Local Board, 

28 a 11 a 
Wilkinson and another t\ Henwood, 1 * 

11 d—im 12 e— 7 « 11 c 
Williams v, London Chatham and Dover 

RaUwav, 23 m 1 1 c^ 

t7.* Williams, 27 m ]] d 

Williamson r. Bain and others, 25 / 11 r 

Winch V. Conservatois of the Thame?, 15 

11 a 

re Winchelsea Estates, 7y 11 6 



m 



June 30, id74.] palmeu's index to '' tub times " newspapeh. 



Com 



GiTii ActloDB (conUnued), 

Wood V. BcDoett and uiother, 3 a 11 c 

Harrogate Improvement Commissioners, 

*7 10/ 

r. May, 29 a 13 c 



— VVoodlejr V. Metropolitan liailivay, 20 a 
Ua 

— Wuodroffe v, Dandson, 30 m 1 1 6 

— Wright 9. O'Hagau and another, 1 ni 11 c 
—11 M i3c— 23 iM 11 a 

0. Smith, 25 i 11 h 



— Yardlejr v. North Western Railway, 17 a 
11 6 

Youde V. Cloud, 10 j 11 a 



Civil Service, 12 ; « 6 

Appointments, Royal Commission on, IG a 

yy'—id a 12« 

Commission, 4 m 12 rf— 16 m 11 /— 6 ;' 10 « 

~23>y/ 

C^ompetitive Examinations, 11 a If 

Inquiry Commission, Notes about, 24 j 10 6 

Supply Association, 22 a o d 

Success! cd Candidates for Army Entrance, 

IGm 12 a 
Civry (Comtesse de) on the Case of, 11 a II / 
CUbon r J. M.) on the Land Tithes and Trans- 
fer Bill, hJ4iB 
Cliiik (W.) on Life and Death in India, 5^ 5 <f 
Clarke (Hyde) on American Investments, 1 j 

on Foreign Bonds, 24 a 7 c 

(John Algernon) on the Agricultural La- 
bourers Lock Out, 6 a d c 

on the Cattle Disease, 28 m 6/— 29 w 6 

c— 12/11 / 

Clayton v, Alfred) on the Gold Coast, 15 a 12 c 
Clerical' AppointmenU. 4 a iJ'^lQ a o e~16 a 
12 «— 18 tt 9/— 18 a 12 c— 23 a 1J—2 m 8 A— 
G III 5/— 7 M 5 b — 14 m 12 d — 16 m 5 c — 16 m 
7 (/— 21 m 2/— 28 tn 5 c— 28 m 8 6— 3i 8 o— 
4/7 e—S j 12 y— 18 j 12 o— 25 j o y— 29 / 
12 6 

- — Disabilities Act, Return, 2 m 10 e 
CUfton CoUege Scholarships, 29^ 12 d 
Clocks, Foreign, Import Returns, 11 a 12 b 
Cloihworkers' Company Confer their Freedom 
and Livery on Sir Garnet Wolseley and a 
Banquet lo, 7i« 12/ 
Cluvea, State of the Market, 25 a 7/— 22 a 12 6 

— 8 in ll c 
** Clytie," Notes about. 18 ; 11 a 
Coal, Suae of the Market, 2 o 6 6—9 a 6 6—14 
a I (f—lG a 7 6—18 a 10 6—21 a 11 a— 23 a 6 
6-20 a 7 d— 28 a 10 c— 30 a 7 6—2 m 11 6—5 
M 9 (/— u HI 7 c— i2 /A 1^ 6—14 m 7 «— 16 in 10 
«— lU «i 13 /;— 21 m 9 6—23 m 6 a— 28 m « a— 
JW w G u— 2 / 11 6— 6y 10 tt— 9> 12 c— 11 j 7 
P—U j 10 6—16 / 12 6—18 j 7/— 20y 10 c— 
2i/ 10 i/— 20 / 7 a— 27 / 11 o— 30 / 4 e— 30 i 
116 

Arbitration in, 30 a 5 <f 

■ — Messrs Cockerell & Co. on, 13 / 10 b 

Kxporu from the Port of Grimsby, 10 o 6 

«-8 J « a 

"— Imports and Exports of the Tort of Lon- 
don, G n 4 a— 5 m 9 r/— 4>« a 
and Iron Trade, tee Iron 



Coal, lieturn of, Used by Steamers, 9 a 6 a — 8 m 
11 a— 9/ 12 c 

in the United SUtes, 24 a 10 </ 

fee alto Mommt Mabkbt 

Pellsall Coal and Iron Company, 22 a 8 a 

Coalfields of Snghalin, 4 a 6 a 

Extension of, 8 a 7/ 

Cobden, his Hand on a Bible, the Sculpture Pre- 
sented to Brighton by Mr. Bright, 23 a 6 <i 

Club, Dinner, 25 j 10 c 

Cochineal, SUte of the Marke% 2 a 6 <f— 16 a 7 
/— 30 a 7 rf— 14 m 7/— 28 m C d^-llj 7 6—25 
J7c 

Cocoa, State of the Market, 1 a 7 e— 15 a7 f— 
22 a 7 c— 29 a 12 6—6 m 10 a -18 m 10 6— 20//i 
11 r— 3 / 11 d^iOj 10 c— 13y 10 6—17; 10 d 
—24 / 9 rf 

Essence of, 20 m 12 6 

Coffee. State of the Market, 1 a 7 e— 2 a 6 cf— 3 
a 6 e—S a 7 c^9 a 6 «— 10 a 7 6—11 a 7 b^ 
15 a 7 /-_16 a 7 /'— 17 a 10 6—18 a 10 rf— 22 
a 7 c— 23 a 6 rf— 24 a 7 c— 25 a 7 /— 29 o 12 6 
—80 a 7 rf— 1 m 10 6—2 m 11 6—6 m 10 a— 7 
m 7 c— 8 m 11 c— 9 m 7 f— 13 in 10 6—14 m 7/ 
—15 ill 7 6—16 m 10 c— 20 m 11 c— 21 m 9 6— 
22 m 11 6—23 m 6 d—ZS m 6 </-29 m 6 6—30 
m 6 eSj 11 <f— 4/ 6 c— 5 ; 11 6—6/ lOe— 10 
/ 10 c— 11 / 7 6—12 j 10 6—13 / 10 6— 17i 10 
</— 18y 7 a— 19 ; 10 c— 20^ 10 c— 24> 9<i— 25 
;7c— 26y7e— 277II6 

Code or Digest, m? Law 

Coggia*8 Comet, see New C'CmsTS 

Colorado Beetle, 14 a 9/ 

Coleridge ( — ) on the Judicature Bill, 9 m 12 d 

College of Science and Literature for the Seuth 
and West of England and South Wales, 13 J 
5e 

Collieries in Durham, 5 m 6 a 

Demonstration at Nottingham, 7 a 3 e 

Collins (C. R.) Warning to Yachtsman, Sj 9/ 

Mortimer, Tarpetus Pater, 23 m 12 c 

Turnpike Trusts, 30 > 6 rf 

Colonial Appointments, 1 a 8 6—13 m 7 d — 6 j 5 
/— 24 j 10 o 

]>ei<patches, 2 a 9 e—S a 9^—9 a 9/— 11 

a 9/— 13 a 11 e— 14 a 9/— 15 a 6 /— 16 a 5 e 
— 17 a 9 /— 18 a 9y— 23 a 9/— 25 a 9/— 27 
a 13 #—30 a 9/— 5 m 11/— 7 m 5 6—18 »« 7 e 
—25 m 10/— 3 / 9/— 6i 6 a— 9 i 7 a—ilj 9/ 
— 12>9/— 13;9y— 16/ 11/— 18> 8 c— 19 j 
9/— 22; 11/— 25 J 5/ 

Government Securities, State of Shares, tn 



et'ery days paper 
Produce Market, 8 a 6 a— 11 a 76—18 a 10 

a— 2) a 7 e— 2 tn 11 a— 9 ro 7 e— 16 m 10 a— 

23 m 6 a— 30 m 6 a— 6 j 10 a— 13 j iO a— 20 / 

10 c— 27 / 11 a 

Trusts Corporation, 9 m 7 c 

Coltman (F. J.) on the Scotch and Irish Peers, 

16 / 14 6 
Coming Coaching Season, A a 6 d 
Commercial Travellers, School, 30 ^ 7/ 
Comrulssionares, Corps de. General Parade, 27 

>.9e— 29/12 6 
Coaimons Enclosure Commission, '»l a 7 r 
Companies, Miscellaneous, Stale of ^hares iu, 

in Ct'erif day*» pajter 



Com 



palmer's INDEX TO <^ THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



ComparisoB — Cunard Company v. German Im- 
perial NaTy, 15 j 12 d 



Compensation Annuities, 1/6/ 

- cr 

Lambeth Palace, 9 f 7 d 



Conference of Lay and Clerical Delagatet at 



Confession in the Church of England, Kotes 
about, 2 rt 4 /— 8 a 12 a 

Congregational Memorial Hall, 26 m 4 • 

Union, Meeting of, 18 m 9 c 

Coningsby (Robert) on the Working of the Bal- 
lot Act, ISaS f 

on Tramway Florsea, 27 o 9/ 

Oonnemara, Famine in, 7 m 12 c 

Conscience Money, 1 a 9 •—3 a 9 /*— 7 a 7/— 10 
« 9 «— 16 a 6 €—18 a 9 /'-24 a 9 f—25 o 9 / 
—28 a 9/— 1 m 9/— 4 m 11 /•— 7 t.i 9 /— 9 m 
9/— 11 m 11 /•— 12 m 11/— 14 m 9/— 16 m 9/ 
— 20 w 9/1 21 m 11/— 25 m ll^:-«jll/- 
12 / 9/— 17 j 9 /— 22 j l\f—2ij 7 e-26i 

Consecration of Bishops, 6 m 5 /* 

ConsenratlTe Banquet at the City of London, 29 

m 76 

Land Society, 9 a 6 c 

Consolidated Fund, 26 m 9 / 

Official Return, 22 a 5 i 

Consular Chaplaincies, Notes about, 2 a 10 c 
Consumption, New Cure for in America, 24 j 

U6 
Contagious Diseases (Animal) Act, tee Cattle 

Acts, Notes about, 15 'i 8 6 

Contempt of Court, Notes about, I7j7d 
Continental Armies and Forts, 18 7 10 e 
Convocation and the Rubrics, 26^ 4 e 
Reform of, Notes about, 24 ; 6/—25 j* 10 / 

—26 / 10 e— 30 J bd 
at Windsor — ^Address from, to the Queen, 

30yi0« 
of Canterbury, Meetings, 29 a 9 e — 30 a 

8a 
Address to the Queen, 29 a 9 e &/ 



Administration of the Sacrament, 2 m 8 a 

Archdeacon of Taunton, 29 a 9/ 

the Canons, 1 m 7 « 

and Imperial Legislation, 2 m 8 a 

Eastern Orthodox Churches, 9 in 8 a 

First Fruits and Tenths. 9 m 8 a 

Message on Discipline, 80 a 8 a 

Notices about, 5 m 11 f 

Petition of the Ritualists, I m7 e 

Plymouth Brethren, 30 o 8 a 

Private Prayers, 9 m 8 a 

Public Worship ReguUtion Bill, 29 a 9 « & 

/—I m 7 e-2 mS «— 4 m 8 s — 8 w 7 « 

Third Serrice, 4 m 8 a 

Visit of the Czar, 9 m 8 a 

of York, 14 TO 9/— 26 m 96— 28 m 7 « 

Cook (Thomas) on Egypt and Palestine, 3 a 10 e 

Cook's Tours in Palestine, 5 m 11/ 

Excursions, 15 »i 7 rf— 12 ; 4 / 

Coolie Traffic, 12 m 14 c^— 29 m 7 c 

Co-Operation. Proflto of, 13y 50 b 

Co-Operative Congress, Annual Meeting at Hali- 
fax, 7 a 9 d— 8 a 7 c— 9 « 6 « 

Recreation, 16 j 9/ 

Copeman (G. M.) on the Licensing Act Amend 
ment Bill, 1 m 10 c 



Copyright in Canada, 29 to 5 6 
Copyrights and the Canadian Market, 9j 11/ 
Corfield (G. K.) on Turkish Finance, 12; 10 a 
Com, Sute of the Market, 1 a 7 e— 2 a 6 /— S a 

6 «— 4 a 6 rf— 6 o 4 c— 7 a 9 c— 3 a 7 rf— 9 fl 6 
6—10 a 7 d—n a 7 5— 18 a 9 «— 14 a 7 d-15 
a 7 c— 16 a 7 / -17 a 10 6—18 a 10 6—20 a 8 
6—21 a 10 /— 22 a 7 6—23 o 6 6—24 a 7 6- 
25 a 7 rf— 27 a 8 /— 28 a 10o-29 a 12 e-90a 

7 6—1 m 10 6—2 to 11 5—4 m 9 d—5 m 9 «-6 
m 10 6—7 TO 7 «— 8 1/1 11 6—9 m 7 c— 11 mid 
—12 TO 13 6—13 TO 10 d— 14 TO 7 /"— lo m 7 6- 
16 TO 10 c— 18 m 8 /— 19 m 13 6—20 w 11 e- 
21 m 9 rf— 22 TO 11 c— 23 m 6 rf— 25 m 8 e-26 
m 6 «— 27 /« 6 6—28 m 6 rf— 29 m 6 c— 3i» « 6f 
—1/9 /— 2 ; 1 1 6—3 i 11 6—4/ 6 «— 6 j 10 i 
—8 j 8 e— 9 / 12 e— 10 j 10 rf— 11 ; 7 6-12 ; 
10 6—13 ; 10 6— lo ) 8/— 16/ 12/— 17; 10 1 
—18 J 7/— 19; 10 <i— 20i 10 fi— 22; ft 6—23/ 

10 e/— 24 ; 9/-25; 7 c— 27 i 11 a— 29 ; 8 d- 
30; 11 6 

set also MoNBT Mabkbt. 

Flours, Notes about, 15 i 12/— 17 / 10 rf- 

18; 5 6 
Coroner's Court House, HoUeway, Opening of, 

by Lankester, 29; «/ 

Inquests, Use and Necessity of, 25 ; 12 i 

Corps of Commissionaires, 3 a 5 </— 27 a 11/ 

Corrections, 24 a 12 r— 25 a 10 6—30 a 5/ 

Coster (J. L.) on the Loss of the Surat, 7 a9h 

Cottoge Family System, 14 m 10 e 

— ^ — Poetry, 7 o 6 6 

Cotton (K. J.) Railway Collision on a Smgle 

Line, 29 ; 8 c 
State of the Market, 1 o 7 e— 2 a 6 rf— 8 « 

6 c— 9 a 6 a— 10 a 7 6—11 a 76—16 a 7/— 1« 
a 7/, two nofiVw— 18 a 10 rf— 22 a 7 c— 23 a « 
rf— 24 a 7 c— 25 n 7 /'— 29 a 12 6—30 a 7 d-l 
m 10 6—2 wi U 6—6 m 10 a— 7 m 7 c— ^ w H 
e— 9 TO 7 e— 13 m 10 6—14 m 7/-15 « 7 A- 
16 m 10 c— 20 TO 11 c— 21 m 9 6—22 m 11 1- 
23 TO 6 (f— 28 TO 6 d— 29 m 6 6—30 m 6 r— 3 ; 

11 rf— 4j6c— 6; 116-6; 10«— 10 ; lOr- 
11; 7 6— 12 J 10 6— 13; 10 6—17; 10 rf-l8/ 

7 a— 19; 10 c— 20; 10 c— 24; 9 d— 26 / 7 c- 
•26;7«— 27; 116 

— Crop of America, 17; 6 a 

Egyptian, Deputation on, 12; 6 i/ 

Imports of Raw, 16 a 12 e 

Manufacturers, Import Returns, 10 a 6 c^ 

29 TO 4/ 

Payments for, 16 a 7/ 

Statistics Act of 1868, Return of Imports 

and Exports, 11 o 7 rf— 20 a 7 /— 9 m 7 «— 18 

mlOd 
Coughing and Sneezing, How to Stop, 7 m 10/^ 
County Court, Days of Sittings, in everif days 

paper, 
Imprisonment for Debt, 9ee iMFBiseV' 



MBNT. 



New Judges, 1 o 9 / 



Courts New BUI, 26 ; 9/ 

COURT OF ALDERMEN:— 

Brokers, Persons Sworn in, 13 m 10 e— 3 ; 

7/-'l7J 11 f 

Donation to Mr, Gore, 3; 7 /*— 17> 11 / 

Election of Chief Clerk, 22 a 10 6 



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Cou 



Court of Aldermen (ccntinved). 

Financial Affairs, 22 a 10 6 

General Purposes Committee Report, Zj 7/ 

New Sword Bearer Accepts Offi&, 22 a 

Opening of Ham Common, 17^ 11/ 

Prisons, 22 a 10 6—13 in 10 «— 3 ;' 7/— 17 

/ll/ 
Resignation of the Governor of Newgate, 

17/11/ 
Transfer of a Citizen to another Company, 

22 a 10 6 

Visit of the Czar, 13 m 10 e 

COURT OIRGULAE :— 

Arthur (Prince) Birthday, 2 m 9/ 

New Title — Earl of Sussex ani Duke of 

Connaught, 25 m 11 /— 27 m 8 6—26 m 9 e 
Cambridge (Duchess of) Health of, 13 m 9 

/— 29i9/ 

(Duke of) Banquet to, by the Earl of 



Wilton, 8/76 

Comte de Paris in London, 18 m 7./ 

Crown Prince and Princess of Germany 

Visit to the Isle of Wight, 17/9 f—Uj 11/ 
Czar of Russia's Vi«it to England, Notices 

of, 16a 6 6— 17 a 9 /-27 a lle&fSm 12 d 

—12 m 14 a 
Address of the Eyangelical Alliance to, 

22 m 10 6 

Appointments of Tradesmen to, 26 m 11 / 

Arrangements for his Entertainment, 6 

m 5 6 — 6 m 10 a — 15 w 5 a 
■ • — Reception at Gravesend, 9 w 10 d — 11 

»i 9 e— 12 m 12 6—13 m 8 c 



w9/ 



Ball to, at Stafford House, IG m 5 <f 
Banquet to, at Marlborough House, 



16 



Banquets to. 21 *n 7 c 

Casket Prepared for, by Mr. Benson, 16 



711 10 d— 20 TO 12 6 

Correspondent of the Russian 



Press 
Repreaented During the Visit, 13 m 9/— 15 
m 5 e 

Donation to the Inspectors, &c. of Police, 

Left by, 27 w 9 s 

■ ■ Duke of Cambridge's Banquet to, 19 m 

12 c 

Embarkation at Gravescnd, 20 m 5 b — 21 



w 7 «— 22 m 10 a 

at the Flemish Farm, 16 »w 5 rf 

the French Press on the Visit, 16 ni 5 o 

— — Inritation to the Twe Archbishops of 
England, 18 m 14 c— 19 m 12 d 

Landing at Dover, 1 4 w 5 c 

Movements of, 15 to 9 /"—IS m 14 6 & c — 

19 M 7 o— 20 TO 12 a— 21 w'7 a— 22 m 10 6— 
28 in 5 a 

Orders Conferred by. 16 to 9 /*— 23 to 5 a 
Preparations at Guildhall for his Recep- 
tion, 5 TO 14 «— 14 TO 9/— 18 TO 12 « 

■ Presents Rings to the Railway Officials, 

29m6/— 29j 11/ 

Present to Col. Henderson, 1 / 11 / 
Public View of the GuUdhall, 20 to 5 6 
the Queen and the Czar Bxpress their 
Pleasure to the Lord Mayor on the Reception 
Qtnn to the Czar. 25 to 7 6 



Ckmrt Oiroular (continued), 

Czar of Russia's Visit to England — Reriew 

at Aldershott, 18 m 12 c— 19 m 12 s— 20 m 5 a 

State Banquet to, at Windsor, 16 m 5 c 

Visit to Chislehurst, 18 m 14 a 

to the City of London, 19 « 11/ 

List of the Guests, 19 w 12 6 

to the Crystal Palace, 18 to 14 a 

to Woolwich, 20 TO 5 6—21 m 7 6 



Departure of the Court to Balmoral, 19 m 



7/— 21 TO 12/— 22 TO 9e 

— Dinner to the General and Officers 



from 



fr— 6 



the Gold Coast by Her Majesty, 1 a 9/ 
— Drawing Rooms by the Queen, 2 m 7 
TO 12 a— 7 m 12 s 

Notes on, 8 w 10 <S-9 m 9/— 11 m 11/— 



12 TO 10 6 

Account of the One on the Marriage of 



the Princess Charlotte, 14 m 5 6 
— Edinburgh (Duke and Duchess of) Civic 
Ball to, 6 a 7 e— 30 a 5 6 

Dinner to, by the Marquis of Salisbury, 



25 TO 11 / 

Leave for Ems, 13/ 9/— 16 j 11/ 

Notice of the Duchess, 11 to 11/ 

at Portsmouth, 14 a 9/— -21 a 10 e 

Projected Visit to Ireland, 8 to 9/ 

Reception of at the Admiralty, 7 m 5 d 

Visit to Liverpool, 16 / 7 r 

— Leopold (Prince) Ma/ority of, 8 a 9/ 
Health of, 16 m 5 6 

— Levees and Drawing Rooms on the Omitted 
Names, 9 m 9 / 

— Levee by the Prince of Wales, 8 a 5 /— 29 
a 10 a— 2 m 10 a— 4 to 9 fr— 7 m 12e— 16 m7d 
—80 TO 7/— 2 7 10 a— 4^ 5/ 

— Louise of Hesse (Princess) Birthday of, 27 
all/ 

MoTements of the Court 1 a 9 /^27 a 11 



/— 29 a 11/— 4 TO 7 c— 6 m 5 6—18/ 9/— 22 j 
^ll/-28/ 9/-27> 9 e-29j 11/ 

— Notices, in every day'e paper 

— Prince of Wales, Movements of, 7 m 5 d — 
28m9« 

and Princess of Wales, Morements of, 24 

a 12 c 

— Queen's Buthday, 26 m 9/— 30 ra 7/ 

Celebrations, 1 V 8 a— 6 j 12 6—2/ 12 c 

in the United States, 9/ 5 « 

Visit to St. Petersburg, Preparations for 



24; 7a 



Denied, 26 / 7/ 
" "" to C< 



Royal Visit to Cowes, 20 a 12 6 
State Concert, 4 m Uf—hj 9f—nj 8 a 
Ball at Buckingham Palace, 20 m 10 a— 



1/ lie— 25/ 10 a 
Teck (Duchess of) Health of, 16 a 6 €—17 

a 9/— 18 a 9 /*— 20 a 1 1 e— 21 a 9 /— 23 ad f 
OOUBT OF COMMON OOUNOIL :— 
Arrangements for the Reception of the Czar, 

29 a 12 a 

Civic Benevolence, 19 / 11 c 

Columbia Market, 4^ 10 r 

Correspondence about the Czar's Visit, 4 j 

10 e 
Election of Mace Bearer, 1 m 60 6—22 to 

10 r 



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PALMKK*S INDEX TO " TIIK TIMB8 " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 



Court Circular (vonlinued). 

Election of Sword Bearer, 17 a 10/--22 m 

10/* 



Freeman'8 Orphan School, 22 m 10/ 

— Grants t* Charities, 22 m 10 /* 

— Inner Circle Railway', \ m\\ b 

— Librarian, Increase of Salary to, 22 m 10/ 

— Library Visitors, 22 m 10./* 

— I>r. Livingstone's Funeral, 17 a 10/ 

— Markets Improvement Committee, 22 m 10 
/— 19;llc 

— Medical Offlcership of Health, 4 i 10 c 

— Meeting on Inviting the Czar to an Enter- 
tainment, 10 a 6 b — 1 m 10 6 

— Metropolitan Meat Market, 17 a 10 /* 

— New Fruit and Vegetable Market, 4 i 10 c 

PoUc« Station in Tuior Street, 22 w 10/" 

Stained Glass Window in Guildhall, 22 in 



10/ 



Police Orphanage Institution, 17 a 10 /* 
Presentation to Sir Garnet Wolesley, 1 



m 



10 /> 

— Private Slaughter-Houses, 1 w 10 6 

Steam Launch for Sanitary Commissioners, 



a— 5 



17 a 10/ 

Courts of Appeal, Notes about, 4 m 10 
13 </ 

Cow-Catcher Wanted, 6 ; 5 e 

Cowley Manor Estates, Sale of, lOj 8 6 

C'(»x (J. Ch<irles) on the Agricultural Labourers 
Lock-Out, 8 a 8 c 

Crace (J. G.) on St. Paul's Cathedral, 18^ 11 f 

Crammers and Crammers, 28 rr 1 1 ^ 

Craven (- ") Price Sale List of liis Modem Eng- 
lish and Foreign Pictures, 2 a 7 b 

Credit Foncier of England, 3/11 a 

Ciemation — the Last New Fashion, 2 a 5 6 

Gas Retorts as Furnaces 6 a u 6 

New York Club, 14 m 12 </ 

Question at Vienna, 4 m </ 

in the United States, 12 m 6 e 

Creswell (C. N.) an the Thames Valley Sewage, 

Crime m Italy, 21 a 4 rf 
CRIMINAL TRIALS:— 
Abbev, Wm. and Wm. Nichols, for Steal- 
ing, 26 i'l 1 d 

Abbott, Edw., for Stealing, 22 a II d 

' Adcney, Charles, for Siealing, 27 m 11 < 

Alden, Wm.. for Stealing, 29 m 11 d 

Alexander, Geo. and Ada Clifford, for In- 
fanticide, Uj\Od 

Almaicla, Edw., for Stealing, 17 a II e 

— - Balister, Englebec Charles, for Stealing &c., 

15a 11 c— 28a lie 
— Bailey, Joseph, for Stealing, IS m 11 r 
Bassett, Ann, and Geo. Stanley, for Steal- 
ing, 29 mil d 

Bazzioni, John, for Wounding, 11.; 10/ 

Beale, Herbert, for Fraud, 6 m 1 1 d 

Bennett, Eliz. Jane, for Bigamy, Bade 

Bernard, Michael, and others, for Riot, 8 a 

11 b 

Brookes, Wm. and Joseph Morgan, for 

Stealing, &c., 17 a 11 d 

Brown, Robt. and Chailotte Wyatt, for 

Stealine. 22; 13 r 



Criminal Trials (continued}, 

Brown, Sophia, for Keeping a DisoidcHj 

HousQ, 28 a 1 1 e 
Brycc, George, and others, for Stealing, 24 

m 11 d 
Buckley, Jeremiah, for Wife Munler, 1 a 

11 b 
Burfltt, Nidria, for Infanticide, 1 a 11 c-ll 

a5b 

Notes about, 6 a 9 /" 



Carter and Wingrove, for Stealing. 14 a 

lid 
Civry, Corotesse de, for Fraud, Note about, 

7 a 4/ 
Clancey, Edward, for Manslaughter, 3 a 

lie 
Clapp, Edward, for Attempted Murder, 13 

J lib 

Clay, Fred., for Manslaughter, ISjll r 

Cleaver, Gforge, for Stealing, IS all d 

Cleveley, Henry, for Assault, ISy 11 c 

Clifton, James, for Picking Pockets, 27 « 

11 € 

Coe, Martha, for Stealing. 80 w 1 1 c 

Cogar, The»8,, for Forgery, 8 a 11 a 

Coleman, Wm., and others, for Riot, 10 « 

11 e 
Coltman, Watson, and others, for Stealing, 

80 M 11 b 

Cooper, Thos., for Fraud, 6 a 9 € 

Correas, Cosmo, and others, for Murder, 



11 tf 12 a 

— Coul»on, Geo. Henry, for Murder. 12 ; 11 <* 

— Courbet, M., for Demolishing the Vendome 
Column, 22i 7rf— 27j 10/— 29i 9/ 

— Crambrook, Fre«l., for Stealing, 9 a 1 1 rf 

— Cronhelm, John, for Fraud, 23 m 8 6 

— Cross, Charles, for Assault. 19/11 e 
Crucifix, Four Men for Abusing and Insult- 



ing a Figure of, 15 m 5 <• 
Cumberland, Harold, for Stealing, 13 w 

11 d 
— Cummings, David, for Damaging a Ship at 

Sea, I aU d 

Da Costa, Fred., for Burglary, 9 a \\ d 

Dalston, William, for Dog Stealing, 19; 

11 c 

Dairs, Rebecca, for Manslaughter, 2 o 11 < 

Dean, Wm. Henry, for Stealing, 7 m 10 « 

De Courcy, Honora, for Assault. 18 a 11 c 

Donoghue, James, for Stealing, 28 a 1 1 <r 

7>ougherty, Mary Ann, for Attempted Sui- 
cide, 17/ 11 d 

Duffin, William, for Felony, 10 / 10/ 

Dunn, George, for Stealing, 28 a 1 1 c 

Durrant, James, for Stealing, 29 mil d 

Edgell, Richard Faulkner, for Fraud, 1') ) 

10 e 
Evans, Margaret, and others, for Stealing, 

22a U d 

Fane, Geo., for Assault, 28 m 1 1 <f 

FarveU, — , for Embezzlement, 4 w 13/ 

Field, Wm., for Stealing. 7 m 10 « 

Flockhart, Wm., for Embezzlement, 9 j IS 

d— lOy 10 e 
— — Flower, Caroline and Jonathan, for Mu^ 

der. 2 a l\ d 



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Crimioal Trials {continued), 

Flynn, John, for Murder, 1 a 11 c 

Foster, Arthur, for Wounding, 8 a 11 a 

George, for Shooting with Intent, 8 a He 

Fox, George, for Attempted Murder, W j 

10/ 
French, G^rge, for Attempted Murder, 18 

a 18 6 

Friend, I^vi, for Stealing, 29 m 11 </ 

Gannon, Wm., for Stealing, 28 mil d 

Gamhani, Henry, for Manslaughter, 9 a 

lie 
Gent, Geo., and Jos. Lindsay, for Stealing, 

Hall c/ 

Gftorer, Hermann, for Stealing, 9 a 11 </ 

Giles, James, and others, for Stealing, 21 a 

Ud 
Gitson, Ellen, for Wounding, 16 m 11 e — 18 

m Ida 

Godwin, Thomas, for Murder, 7 m 10 e 

Grainger, Edw., and others, for StealiBg,29 

a\Zd 

Grey. Wm., for Wilful Damage, 28 m We 

Hadley, Walter Leigh, for Embezzlement, 

7 01 10 e 
Hartis, Robt. Stanley, and others, for Con- 
spiracy, VI j 1 1 c/— 13 i 1 1 A 

Wm. Copper, for Wilful Miscomduct, 21 



aWd 

— Harvey, Mary Ann, for Wounding her 
Husband, 17 aUd 

— Hayes, F. W., for Stealmg, 18 m 11 cf 

— Hay woo<l, Henry, for Stealing, 27 m 11 e 

— Head, Itichard, for Stealing and Illegal 
Reception, 1 o 10/ 

— Hennessey, Wm., for Forgery, 7 m 1 1 « 

— Hewitt, James, for Assault, 28 m 11 € 

— Hill, A melia, for Forgery, 6 m lid 
Harriett, for Fraud, 18 « 11 c — 15 ra 11 c 



■ Hobbs, Thos. Edwin, for Fraud, 6 a 9 c 

Hodges, Wm., and Joshua War, for Steal- 
ing, 27 w 11 f 

Hogg, Betiy, for Wounding her Husband, 

13 ?n 11 d 

• Hugelmann, — , for Swindling, &c., 11 wi 

76 

Hughes, Charles, and others, for Fraud, 19 

/ll e 

Hunt, Geo,, and others, for Manslaughter, 

3 a 11 e—(na 9<f 

Hurst, Wm., for Stealing, 30 a 11 / 

Irving, John Edw., for Fraud, 30 a 11 e 

— - James, Norah, for Stealing, 30 a 1 1 / 

Ricliard, for Assault, 21a\ld 

Thos^ for Burglary, 21 a 11 

Jardine, Christopher, for Stealing, 27 



m 



We 



Jennings, John, for Garotting, 6 m 1 1 «f 
Johnson, James, for Stealing, 18 m 11 </ 
Michael Jefferson, and others, for Bur- 



glary, 8 a 11 c 

— Jones, Arthur, for Stealing, 17; 11 d 

John, and Thos. and Elizabeth Seed, for 



Wounding, 1 a 1 1 c 

Thos., for Garotting, 6 m 1 1 if 



— Jordan, John, and Wm. Clarke, for Garott- 
ing, 6 w 11 d 



Criminal Trials {rmttnued). 

Kealing, Catherine, for Stealing, 13 »i 11 d 

Kelly, CoUin, for Attempted Murder, 13 a 

18 /i 
Kirby, James, and others, for Stealing, 28 a 

lie— 29a \Zd 

Kirk, WiUiam, for Burglary, 19^ 11 r 

Knell, Elizabeth, for Stealing, 12 / 1 1 r 

Kneller, Emma, for Attempted Murder, 13 



J 11 c 

— Kjiight, Francis, for Stealing, 28 w 11 « 

— Kuhlman, Fiitz. for Wounding, 80 a 1 1 / 

— Lee, Henry Benjamin, for Fraud, 8 a 1 1 6 

— Leech, Enoch, .and Walter Skelton. for 
Stealing, 3 a 11 b 

— Lemon, Emma, for Stealing, 18i 11 c 

— Lindsey, James, for Embezzlement, 8 a 
11 a 

— Lloyd, John, for Felony, 7 m 10 € 

— Lock wood, Ada., for Perjury, 10 a 11 e 

— Lord, Wm. Edw., for Stealing, 17 j 1 1 rf 

— Lowe, John and George, for Stealing, 1 7 j 
11 d 

— Luie, Jean, and " Capt." Brown for Per- 
jury, 9 a lie— 10 a 10 rf- 11 a lOd 

Luscombe, Henry Wesley, for Wilful Dam- 



age, 6 (f 9 (/ 

— Lynch, Thos., for Murder 2 a 11 c 

— Lyons Communists, for Variety of Crimes, 
30 a 10 a 

— Mackay, Edw., for Stealing 27 w 11 « 

— M'Queenay, John, for Stealing, 10 j 10 / 
M*Vica , Edw. Jas. Barker, lor Forgery, 



21 a 11 (i 

— March, Henry, for Burglary, 2\ aMd 

— Marks, William, for Stealing, 28 m 11 </ 

— Marewood, William, for Embezzlement, 1 a 

— Martin, Joseph, and William Daniel, for 
Wounding, 2 o 11 c 

— Matthews, James, for Steahng, 13 m 11 d 

— Meers, Edith, for StealiuR, 29 w 11 d 

— Merrals, Henry, for Stealing, 14 a 11 </ 
Midwinter, Walter James, for False Decla- 



ration, 10 ^ 10 e 

— Miller, Mary Anne, for Stealing, 15 m 1 1 « 

— Mills, Mary Ann, for Keeping a Disortlcrly 
House, 28 m 11 d 

— Mori is, Thos., for Stealing, 30 o 11/ 

— Mundy, Joseph, for Stealing, 1 7^ 1 1 rf 

— Naylor, William, and others, for Manslaugh- 
ter, 6 a 9 d 

— Neal, James, for Stealing, 14 a 11 ef 

— Newman, Sarah, for Murder, 9 w 10 « 

— O'Hagan and Muir, for Fraud, 6 m 11 d^ 
9jlSr/ 

— Osgood, John, for Indecent Assault, 19 j 
11 e 

— Over, George, for Uttering a Forged Check, 
8 a 11 a 

— Palmer, Harry, for Stealing, 27 m 11 /" 

— Parker, Gwrge, for Embezzlement, 30 j 
lie ^ 

S muel, for Uttering Base Coin, 6 a 9 e 




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[April 1 \o 



Criminal Txials {continued). 

Pledger, James, for Furious Driring, 22 j 

13 e 



— Polain, Eliza, for Neglecting her ChUd, 12 
ill€ 

— Pollard, Mary^ Ann, for Stealing. 18i 11 c 
—' Poole, William, for Manslaughter, 7 m 10 « 

— Portmare, Charles, for Stealing, \ m W d 

— Powell, Thomas, for Stealing, \lj 1 1 d 
- Wm., for Embezzlement, 30 a 11/ 



— Priestley, Jonathan, for Threats, % all d 

— Pugin, Edw. Weeby, for Libel, 12 j 11 e 

— Queen v, Pembliton, for Wilful Damage, 
27 a 13 c 

— Quin, William, for Stealing, 5 m 18 s 

— Ramsbottom, Henry, for Manslaughter, 4 
a 11 6 

— Rawlings, Thomas, for Embezzlement, 8 a 
11 h 

— Reid, Janet, for Stealing, 27 « 11/ 

— Rice, John, for Stealing, 28 a 1 1 c 
Thos. and Henry, for Burglary, 13 m 11 (f 



11 



Riddles, Thos., for Embezzlement, 15 a 11 c 
Royal, David George, for Assault, 9 a 11 d 
Rush, Alfred, for Forgery, &c., 8 a 1 1 a 
Sadler, Henry, for Stealing, 18 j 11 c — 19 ; 
c 

— Sager, James Gardner, for Fraud, 5 tn 13 < 

— Sales and Cripps and Harding, for Stealing, 
22 j 13 c 

— Sawyer, EUza, for Felony, 5 m 13 e 

— Scartfield, John, for Fraud, \Zm \\ d 

— Scott, Edw. David, for Bigamy, 6 a 9 c 

— Shea, Stephen, and Jane Fox, for Man- 
slaughter, 8 a 11 e 

— Shelton, Robert, and Charles Raus, for 
Stealing, 17all cf 

— Shoebridge, Isaac, for Wounding his Sweet- 
heart, 1 a 11 d 

— Smith, Christopher, for Stealing, 16 a 1 1 d 
Joseph, for Stealing, 17 all d 

Wm., for Stealing, 17 a 11 rf 

Wm. Ray, for Letter Stealing, 9 j 18 d 

— Snell, Jame, for Assault, 17 a 11 e 

— Stewart, Frances, for Murder, lljlOe 
John, for Stealing, 18 o 11 c 

— Stock, Frederick, for Fraud, 30 a 1 1 s 
Stokes, Joseph, and Alfred Mason, for 



Stealing, 28 m 11 d 

— Sullivan, Thos., and John Brown, for 
Stealing, 30 J 11 </ 

— Sweeney, Wm., for Stealing, 28 m lie 

— Tew, Clias., for StealinGC, 29 « 18 </ 
— . Thomas, Wm., for Stealing, 17j 11 rf 

— Tincky, Edward, and others, for Wilful 
Damage, 1 a 10/ 

Turner, Susannah, James Dodd and others, 



for Stealing, 11 j 10/ 

— Wagstaffe, James John, for Stealin-r, 29 m 
lid 

— Walker, Alfred Houghton, for Fraud, 18 

jll c 

— Warman. Robt., for Fraud, 22 a 11 cf 

— Webb. William, 15 m 11 e 

— Welch, Edward, for Forgery, 2 a II e 

Weller, Fred., for Stealing, 29 a 18 d 

West, Amelia, for Forgery, 8 n 1 1 6 



Criminal Trials (continued). 

Weston, James, for Stealing, 18 a 11 c— 21 

alld 

White, Charles, for Manslaughter, 1 a IH 

for Stealing, 18 j 11 c 



Henry, for Stealing, 13 m 11 <f 
Williams, Henry, for Stealing, 14 « 11 (!— 



2Smlld 

John, for Abduction, 7 m 10 e 

for Letter &$tealing, S a II b 



Wilson, James, for Stealing, 13 m He 
Wood„Benj., for Stealing, 29 a IS d 
Geo., for Perjury, 6 « 9 c 



— Woods, Ervin, for Assaulting his Wife, 2 a 
lie 

— Worcester, Thos., for Forgery, 10/ 10 e 

— Wright, Edwin Butler, for Manslaughter, 9 
all d 
Samuel, for Embezzlement, 1 ni 1 1 « 

Youngman, Jas. and Louisa, for Receirin^ 



Stolen Goods, 23; 13e 
Croger (Rev. T.) Dark Sketch from Norway, 2 

Q7b 

Crops in Austria, 19 m 7 a — 22 / 7 6 

in Franoe, 6 7w 6 a 

State of, 27 a 8/— 4 m 9 rf— 22 w 10 « 

Cross (J. W.) on the Emigration of Labour, 12 

ml2 / 
Crowder (Thos. W.) on Luggage Robberies 

Abroad. 15 m 12 a 
Crown Life Assurance, 27.; 11 fl 
Cruelty to Animals in Naples, 27 ml b 
to a Horse at Brighton, 28 wi 11/— 2 ; 11 /' 

-3; 10/- 

to Horses in Tramways, 27 a 9/ 

Crystal Palace, Admissions, 6 a 4 a — Ttj 9 /— ?i 

J14^— 26il2c 

Dog Show at, 11 y 12 rt 

— ^ Notes about, 15 7 11 f 

Donkey and Mule Show at, 1 1 m 14 <f 

Handel Festival at, 16 i 7 c— 20 j 8 c— 23; 



8fc-25/5e— 27i5rf 

— Meetmgs, 23/10/ 

— Odd Fellows Fete at, 23 m 9/ 

— Twentieth Anniversary of the Opening of, 
Presentation to Mr. Grove, 11 ; 12 6 

— Visit of the Czar to, Preparations, 25 a 9 /" 
the Emperer*s Acknowledgment to, for 



their Entertainment, 21 m 7 a 
Crying " Wolf "—Report of a Fire at the Britisli 

Museum, 18 7 11 d 
Cuba, Miscellaneous News, 7 a 3 a — 9 a 5 a— 12 

ml4«— 1779/ 

Finance, 11 ; 6 a 

Murder of a Cartman by a Negro, 7 a 5 * 

New Governor-General, 7 o 6 h — 8 aba 

War News, 17^9/ 

Culley (George) on the Farm Labourers* Lock* 

Out. 17rtl2« 
Cumming (H.)on the Burglary on his Premwe^ 

30 w llrf— 2; 11/ 
(Dr. J. Elder) on Church Patronage in 

Scotland, 6 j 6 « 
Cunard Company, 1 j 12 </— IGj 6 a 

and the Boston Line, 2/9/ 

Currants, State of the Market, 11 w 8 c— 3 

lid 



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Customfl, Retam of Imports in Warehouses, 14 

« 7 e— 12 m 18 a->25 mSa 

and Inlani Reveaue Bill, 20 m 11 & 

No Bjink Holiday at, on Whitsuntide, 22 

mllb 
Catch, State of the Market, 23 a G d—25 a 7 f 
Cymmrod0rion Society, Annual Conversazione, 

22 w 9/ 

D. 

f)alh(iusie (Lord) Illness of, SOjoh 

Dan^rous Journey of Mr. Johnson in the 
Punjab, 30 J 5 b 

Daniell ( W. T. S.) on Imprisonment for Debt, 27 
mid 

Darlington, New Cemetery Chapel at. Presented 
by Mr. Pease, 9 a 12 c 

Dartmouth (Lord) on the Conservative Meeting 
at Birminj^ham, 15 a 6/ 

Dartmoor Prison, Escaiie of Three Prisoners 
from, 6/10/ 

Darenport (W. Bromley) on the Cattle Disease, 
2Hm(>/ 

Davis (Ex- President) Return to New York, 5 j 
BO 

Day in the Country — Appeals for Schools and 
Institutions, 8 j 9 /—1 7 / 11 b—2i j 12 c— 30 
i 10 e 

Death (John) Let WeU Alone, 24 j 9 /" 

— Burnt to, 14 m 11 c 

-— from Chloroform, 8 m 11 c 

■ — of an English Lady and her Guide on 
Mount Blanc, oj oj—Sj 8 c— 3 j 7 ci— 8^ 9 6 

on a Glacier, 29 y 12 b 

' — from Kicking by Fellow Workmen, 6 a 3 c , 

• — from Starvation, 6 a 3 e — 7 m 10 / 

- — Sudden, of Mr. Bryce Allen, 26 i» 6 e/ 

• of Mr. Geo. Atkinson, in the Adclphi 

Theatre, 27 m 9 e 

" of Sir. Hargre^ves, in a Bath, at Sheffield, 

25 w 12 6 

— — Suffocation from a Pariffin Lamp, 14 a 9/ 

DEATHS : — In consequuncc of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alj)hubeticnl List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the T'imes. 

' — Ab i-el-Kiuler Xot Dead as Announced, 22 
o 5 c 

•* — Agnew, Major Thos. Ramsdcn, 19 ; 5 « 

Aguiar, Senhor Joaquin Antonio, 2B /« 5 rr 

- — Allan, Bryce, 26 m 5 d 

• Amberley, Lady, 2J ; 9/ 

- — - Ballivian, Preaidunt, 9 a 6 a 

• Beatson, Dr. G. S., 11 j 6 a 

^— Beckett, Sir Edmund, 25 m 14 6 

BeUew, J. C. M., 23 i 1 6 

Benham, Charlotte Sophia, 2 o 1 o 

Beule, M , 6 a 3 a 

Funeral of , 9 a 5 a 

— M. About on, 11 a 11 & 

Bodkin, Sir W. H., Funeral of , 2 a 5 6 

^^ Bumand, Francis, 28 a 10 c 



Deaths (continued). 

Clanricarde, Marquis of, 11 a 9 /* 

Funeral of, 16 a 6 «— 20 a 12 6 

Clark, Rev. Wm. Bisher, 11> 7/ 

Coleridge, Lady, 18 a 11/ 

Concha, Marslial, in Battle, 30 ; 5 a 

Cornwallis, Lady Elizabeth, 14 m 5 « 

Crotch, Geo. Robt., 26 j 10 c 

Croxton, Mr., 13 ; 10 / 

Cumberlege, Major Gen. B. W., 2 m 5 e 

Currie, Vice Adm. Mark John, 7 m 5 c 

De la Pole, Sir John, 22m Sb 

Derville, Gen. Adolphus, 29 a 10 6 

De Rhe Philipe, W., 6 a 10 c 

Digby, Lady, 6 m 11/ 

Dillon, Lieut., 22 m 5 a 

Downshire, Marquis of, 2 a 9 a 

Funeral of, 9 a 7 c 



— Drake, Charles Tyrwhitt, 27 7 12 b 

— Dyer, Capt. John Edw., Bj 9 d 

— Dynon, Capt. Thomas, 15 a 5 e 

— Egerton, Major Gen. Caledon R., 80 m 5 cf 

— Epps, Dr. George N., Ij I a 

— Falcinclli, Cardinal, 30 m 5 a 

— Finch, Hon. Mrs. IG a 5 «— 16 a 9/ 

— Fox, Sir Charles. IGj 7 c 

— Garaschanin, M., 22 job 

— Gleyre, Gabriel- Charles, a French Painter, 
9 »i 7 a 

— Glynne, Shr Stephen, 18/ 6/— 19 ; 5 d 

— GrostUng, Major Gen. Charles, \ abb- 

— Grissell, Thomas, 28 m 1 a 

— • Hamon, M., a French Painter, 22j9j 

— Hanson, O., 18 a 5 a 

— Harding, Chief Justice, 2j 5/ 
Rev Dr. John, ez-Bp of Bombay, 20 j I 



b—22jn/ 

— Harrison, Joseph jun., 9 a 10 6 

— Heydt, Herr Vonder, 15 jf 7 a— 20 76s 

— Higgins, Col. Ouseley, 12 m 10 a 

— Higley, W. S., 6 a 4 a 

— Hinton, Eliza, Widow of Rev. J. Howard 
Hlntoii, 6 f» 1 a 

— Isdell, Clara, 6 a 1 6 

— JaudoB, Samuel. 18 j 7 a 

— Janin, Jules, 20 y 5 d 
M. About on, 29 / 9 c 

Bequeaths his Library to hia Native 



Town, 22J7 e 

Funeralof. 22; 7« 



Owen, Jones, 21 a 10 6—27 a \2 d 
— Funeral of, 2o a 12/— 23i 6 c 
Kaid Abbas Ernki^het, IB a 5 d 
Kaulbach, Ilerr Wilhelm Von, 9 a 5 6 



Kingsale, Lord, 16 a 5 e 

Krishna, Rajah Kali, Poet Laureate of 

Bengal, 18 m 8 c 

Lang worthy, Edw. Ryley, 10 a 7 6 

Ledger, Fred., of the £ra Newspaper, 16 i 

1 a 

Lee, Major, 23 7 5/ 

Leeds, Dowager Duchess of, 11 a 9 / 

Livingstone, Dr. David, Funeral, 20 a 12 a 

New York Herald^ Curious Telegram 

about, 15 m 8 a 
Lloyd, Horace, Q. C, 1 a 11/ 

. Luc'fts .Tohn. tin* Pninfnr- €t m r\ f 



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[April 



ill to 



Teathi (continued), 

M'Queen, Capt. J. Dundas. 10 a 5 e 

Maria of Koumania, the Infant PrinccsB^ 

20 a 7/ 

Mailnickrodt, Her Von, 28 m 5 a 

Martin, Charles, 12 m 13 6 

Maxwell, Lt. Col. James, 7 m 5 c 

Miles, Joseph, 13 a 1 a 

Miller, Hon Dwarkanath, 1 a 6/ 

Morris, Mowbray, 4 w 1 a 

Morrison, Commander Richard James, 11 

m S e 

Morritt, W. J. R., IH a 10/ 

Muchler, Herr Von, i a o a 

Murray, I^rd James, 67 5 a 

Musgrove, Major Gen. J. Forbes, 2 w 6 « 

Nugent, Sir Percy, 27 / 10 /* 

Oglander, 13 o 8 ri 

Oubril. Princess d', 30 ; 5 a 

Palmer, Col. Nicholas, 18 n 5/ 

Peake. Capt. 11. 1?'., 10 « 5 « 

PlilUips, Professor, 2.") a 10 /* 

Funeral, 27 a 7 d--20 a 12 J— 30 a 10 € 

-1 m 12 f 

Phipps, Lady, Funenl, 20 a 7 e 

Pollock, Sir Fred. Monlajiue, 20 j u d 

Haines, Col. Joseph Robert, lU / 5 e 

Robiuson, Rev. F. S., 7 a hi e 

Rogers, John Jones. 2 m 1 f» 

- Russniore, Lord, Fuiu'ral. a 7 e 

Shee, Count D'Alion, Funcrul of, '^G m 6 a 

Shrubsole, John, 23 m (» a 

Shu brick, Rear A.lni. \V. B., 10 / u a 

Smith, R. B.. 2.S // 11 d 

Soulh. Lt. Col, Chj.rl.s. 14 m ft f 

Staples, Janied, a Waterloo V^cteran, 17a 



12c 



8a 



Staunlon, Howard, the Choss Player, 30 j 
Sunmer, Charles, Senator, Funeral of, 2 a 



10 a 

Tatham, Edmund, 7 a 10 e 



Thompson, Capt. 11. W.. 7 w 12 r 

Thomson, Coi. Kdwai d, 22 j 1 1 ./' 

John Kdgar, 2i) m 5 6 — 10 / ."» a 

— ; — Thurlow, Lord, 24 u 7 f 

— -^ Tommaseo, N ictolo, 2 m "1 a — 1 /« 5 



Triqueti, Baron du, 15 /« .> c — 15 m U e — 8 
14 6 

- Turner, Joseph, a (Centenarian, 5 m 14 b 

- Van de Woyer, Sylvain, Zo m 10 « — 27 »« 



O € 



Funeral of. 29 m 5 h 



Wallace. litibert, 14 /// 5 f 

— — Williamson, Richard, 29 u7 e 

Wilson, Lt. Gen. Sir ArcUdule, 11 »i 9 e 

Funeral of, 1 (> m 9 / 



Wolrige, Commander Charles, 2 a Hd 
Wolseley, Sir J. R., 2(1 J 9/ 
Wyatt, Surgeon Major, 6 a o d 



Wynne, Le l*oer, 2 j li e 

Young, Gen. Fred., 29 m 5 d 

Zadkiel, alws Commander Richard James 

Morrison, 1 1 w 8 ^ 
Dt -k I^)ads. ny 7 b 
lJeede.4 (H. G.; on the Contagious Diseases Acts, 



Deep Sea Soundings, 25 m 8 6— 22^ 6 / 

Deferred Life Annuities, 15 a 9 /* 

Denbigh (Lord; on the Catholic Hierachy in 
England, 4 w 14 a 

Denison (George A.) on the Public Worship 
Regulation Bill, IG m 12 a 

( — ) on Succ eding to his Father*! Baro- 
netcy takes his Name, 28 m 6 c 

Denmark, Estimates, 1 a 5 a 

Ministerial Crisis in, 22 j 7 b 

Miscellaneous News, 25 a 12 b — 8 ; 7 o^lfi 

y7o— 20.;5 A 

Denton (J. Bailey) on the Water Supply, 11 « 
8e— 1>9 c 

on Cleansing of Sewage, 27 w 12 a 

Deputations, 27 / 9 e 

to GoveriiUient, 22 7 11 f 

Derby (Lady) lieceptions at the Foreign Office, 
1 a 9 e— 17 n 9^—23 a 9 f—7 m 5/— 22 w 9 /* 

(Lord) Statue of. in l^ilace Yard. 30/5/ 

Desaignes Natural Mineral Waters Compaor, 
24 j 9 c 

Devitt and Hett on Fiji, 15 a 7/ 

Devon Agricultural Association, Annual Shov, 
28 m 5 d 

Devonshire Chamber of Agricultural 13 a 12 1/ 

Devoutly to be Wished — the Bares in the Se- 
vern. 22 CI 12 c 

Dibbin (R. W.) on Norway and New Zealand, S 
a 5 c 

Dilke (Sir Charles) on Local Government, 17; 

7/ 
Disastrous Pilgrimage, 3 a 5 a— 13 a 8 d—Ha 

8a 
TOsclaimers, 1 a 11 //— 11 a 12 «— 16 a 7 h-nn 

n/—23a 11 e— 25 a 12 /—la /« Uj-^jOc 

— I2ill/ 
Disputed South Ammcan Territory, 12 w C^ 
Disraeli (Rt. Hon. B.) and Offonbcck, G a S r 
on Receiving his Election Expenses, 23 a 



10 c 



and Victor Hugo— a Denial, 27 mH a 



Dividends of Bankrupts, 1 ti 8 b — 4 a 5y^— i^«* 
/— 11 rt 8 b—\o a 6 a— 18 a 12 c— 22 a 8 fl- 
25 a 8 a— 29 d 10 6—2 m 7 /— 6 m 8 fl-9 w ' 
6—13 //* 7 c— 1 /« 7 r/— 20 m 7 /*— 23 m 6 /*- 
27 »i 8 t— 30 m 7 /— « / 8 a-^ j 5 /"— 10 ; 7 / 
— 13i 8 a—l7j 7 b—'loj 7 e— 24 j 10 a—y^j 

Payment of Government, 15 a 7 6 

DIVORCE COURT:— 

Acres v. Acres, 15 / 18 rf 

Acton V. Acton, loj 13 c 

Andrews v. Andrews, 15^ 13 c 

Annett i'. Annett and Gauticr, 4/ 11 </ 

Ayling v. Ayling, 15 j 13 c 

Bailey v. Bailey, 7 m 11 e 

Ballingcr v. Ballinger and Stephenson, H 

ml3/ 

Bauffremont v. Bauffremont, 10 a 8 a 

— Baxter v. Baxter, 15 J 13 c 

Beale v. Beale, 17 a 11 d—7 m 11 d 

Beamish v. Beamish, 4 m 18 /* 

Beniley v. Bentley and Bricklcy, 15 ; 13 c 

Birch v. Birch, 4 m 13/ 

Bird V, Bird, 11 J II e 



r>:-i..v. 



!■»! 



.i..i._ /» ,' 1 1 _ 



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Div 



ivorce Gonrt (con'inned). 

— Bonarin« r. Bonarins and Wootton, 10 j 11 c 

— Bovren r. Bo wen, 15 j 13 c 

— BraniiHn ?'. Brannan. 15 j 13 c 

— Bromcll v. Bromell, 7 m 1 1 e 

— Brown r. Brown. 15 7 13 c— 18^ 11 h—2ij 
13 rf 

and Shelton, 22 j 13 6—25 j 11 /-29y 

VAc 

— Bryant v. Bryant and Short, Aj 11 d 

— Budden v. Budden, j 11 c 

— Button V. Button, lOj 11 c—isy U h 

— Cammach ?•. Oammach, 15 j 13 c 

— Child r. Child, 22; 13 A 

— Cbirion V. Clarion and Newton, 29 / 13 d 

— Clarson v. Clarson an'^ Newton, 29 ; 13 d 

— Clark V. Clark, 19J 11 6— 20; 11 d 

— Clarke v, Clarke, Gage and Marson, 11m 
13/ 

— Colling V. Collins ani Wiltshire, 4 m 13/ 

— Coojier r. Cooper, G j 1 1 e — 15 j 13 d 

— Cruickshanka v. Cruicksh inks and Duoley, 
"imW e 

— Dale r. Dale and Morton, 18 j 11 6 

— DaUas v. Dallas, 1 1 w 13 /* 
— i-Davey v. Davey, 15 j 13 c 

— Dans r. Davis and Jnekson, ISy 18 c 

and Began, 2*7 13 rf 

— Dicker r. D'.cker, 18 / 1 1 A 

— Durbridj^e v, Durhridge, 15 / 13 A 

— Eagl<^ton r. Eagleton, 7 ;/i 1 1 <! 

— Kayres v, Eayros, 11/11 e — 15 j 13 c 

— Elilred i'. Kldred. 29 a 13 c 

— Follit r. Follit, \j\\d 

— Fothcrgill p. Fothergill and Taylor, 29 1 
13 c 

- — Fowler V. Fowler, 15 / 13 a 

— Gcldard v. Geldard, 15 j 13 r 

— George v. Arnntrong, 17 a 11 d 

— GiUis V. Gillis, 20^8 h 

— Goddard v Goddard and Cann, 11 7 11 6 

— G.»drijh ». Godrioh. 18; 11 b 

— Gray v. Gray, 15 / 13 c 

- — Greenwood u. Greenwood and another, 18 ; 
11 h 

— Griffiths v. Griffiihi and Sc-ritch'ey, 29 / 
13 r 

- — Hall V. Hall and Riclnrdson, 7 /« 11 « 

— Haarott r. llanrott, 4 j 11 z — 5 j 11 d—Qj 
11 d 

■ — Harrej v. Harvey and Hughes, 29 i 13 c 

— llemslcy t*. Henisley, 2S m 1 1 c 

— Ho!!ken v, Hocken. 10 ; 11 c 

— Hope V, Hope arnl Krdody, 27 »i 11 « 

— Howe V. Howe and Davis, II m 13/ 

— Howell V. Howell, 4 m 13/ 

— Ibbetson p. Ibbetson and Bell, \oj 13 c 

" — Jackson t;. Jackson and Walton, 4y 11 e 
■ — Keates w. Keates, \%j\\ b 

— Kensington v, Kensington, 16 ; 13 c 

' — Kirby w. Kirby and Hornsby, 15 7 18 c 
" — Lancaster ». Lancaster, 28 m 1 1 c 

— Lan^eld ». Langfleld, 11 / 11 « 

— Lewin v. Lewin, 8 / 18 d 

— • Linn v. Linn and Ivenell. 15 y 13 6 
■ — Loftus V. Loftns and Daby, 11 /lie 



Divorce Goxxxi (continued), 

Luzmeebye v. Gaekwar, 17 i 7 c 

Lyne 17. Lyne and Mann, 28 mile 

Lyster v. Lyster, 8 / 13 c/ 

Mabbott c. Mabbott, 8 ; 13 rf— lOi 11 c 

Makings v. Maki;)gs, 10 / 11 c 

March v. March, 15 j 13 c—24y 13 d 

Mather v. Mather, 4 m 13/— loj 13 6—18 

7 11 6 

Miles I?. Miles, 16 i 18 6 

Mitchell V. Mitchell and Kelly, 15 j 13-c 

Monck V. Monck, 28 m 1 1 </ 

Monteith v, Monteith, &c., WjWe 

Moody V, Moody, 24 / 13 d 

Mordaunt Case. 16 ?« 11 a— 23 j 11 a 

Morris V. Morris, 29 j" 13 t 

and Taylor, \ m II d 



— Newton v, Newton, Allan and Sills, 18 ; 
Ub 

and Hanilen, 18 ; 1 1 5 



Ousey V, Ousey and Atkinson, \m\\ d 

Perry v. Pe.Ty, 15 / 18 6 

Peters v. Peters, 28 m 11 c/ 

Pole i;. Pole and Wl lit marsh. 25 w 13 e 

Poore V, Poore and Lake. 10. 7 11 c 

Pople ». Pople and Popples tone, 8 wi 11 d — 

11 m 18 e 
Radcliffe i. RadcUffo and S>'nionds, 10 j 

lie 

Richings ». Kichings, 15 / 13 c 

Hobcrts V, Roberts and Smith. 16 ; 13 c 

Robinson r. Robinson and Fletcher, 24 / 

13 d 

Rudd w. Rudd, &c., 8 i 13 rf 

Saul v. Saul, see Privy Council. 

Serres v. Serres and rjreen, 4 w 13/ 

Shaw V, Shaw, 4/11 d 

Shuttlewood v. Shuttlewood, Mendes and 

Coop T, 29 »i 1 1 e— 10> 1 1 c 

Smith ?;. Smith, 29 a 13 r—.h j 13 c 

Snell r. Snell and Smll, 22 / 13 6 

Somerset v. Somerset, 29 a 13 c 

Stoedman v. Steednnn, 4/11 d 

Stewart w. Stewart and Hinds, 6/11 d 

Swctenham v. Swctenh;ira, 16 j 13 c 

Taylor v. Taylor and Shavers, 29 / 13 c 

Usherwood v. Usherwood, 15 / 13 r 

Vint r. Vint and Kodi^crs, 6 j 11 J 

Wake V. Wake and Klliott, \bj 13 b 

Wakefield v, Wakefield, 4/ 11 < 

Warren v, Warren, Oliver and Glanville, 18 

/lift 

Wass V. Wass, 1 1 w 13 / 

Waterhouse y. Waterhouse, 7 m II « 

Waterman v. Waterman, 15 j 13 c— 24 j 

13 rf 

Watson i;. Watson, 4 »i 13/ 

Weldon ». Weldon, loj 13 c 

White I?. White and NichoUs, Uj 13 6 

Steam and Lyons, 28 »i 11 rf 

Wilson V. Wilson, 1 m 11 rf 

V. Gotobed aUa$ Wilson, 6/11 «— 22 / 



13 /i 



I 



Winfleld v. Winfield and Lowe, 30 a II s 
Wood V, Wood, 4 / 1 1 rf 
and Vy vyan, 11/11 d 



w..:,,u» 



ixr.:..u*. »^A vo~~: — %w _» «»» 



Div 



PALHEK^S INDKX TO " THK TIMES " NEWSPAPEB. 



[April 1 to 



Biirorce Court (contimieti), 

Youell V, Youell, Terross and Burleigh, 7 m 

Yonng V, Young and Clifton, 22 j 13 h 

Docks, State of Shares, in every dnys paper, 

Anglo-Maltese Hydraulic Company, 2 a Gd 

Dog Mad in Fleet Street, 26 m 7 c 

in Lambeth, Bj 10 e 

in Newington Causeway, 80 a 9 / 

Show at the Crystal Palace, 11 J 12 a— 12 j 



10 d 

Dogs Mad — Land and Water on, 19 m 14 6 
Notes about, 1 » 1 1 «— 5 m 13/— 16 mil/ 

— 18 m 9 £f— 19 7/1 14 6 

Notices about, 11 m H d 

Police Notices about, 4 i/i 9 /" 

Donaldson (Thos. L.) on St. Paul's, 15 j 10 a— 

ISjll f 
Donkey and Mule Show at the Crystal Palace, 

11 m 14 d 

Dorking Parish Church, 15^ 8 d 

Douglas (William) on Cruelty to a Horse, 3 j 

10/ 
Dover, Traffic Throufjh, 2G w G /* 
D'*yl« (Sir F. H.) ApF.eal to be Un-killed, 2 a 5/ 
Dried Fruits, StaU; of the Market. 10 a 7 b 

Yeast, 30 m 6 a 

Droop (II. R.) Reform of Convocation, 25 j 10/ 
Dry Cold Air Refrigerator and Food Preserving 

Company, 14 « 7 d 
Duchy of Cornwall. OflScial Return, 10 a 5 /" 

of Lancaster, Notices about, 14 a 10/ 

Duckham (T.) on the Foot and Mouth Disease, 

16j6c 
Dudgeon (H. J.) on Irish Bank Stock, 27 i 11 a 
Duel Between Prince Metternich and Count 

Montebello, 23 m 6 c — 25 m 7 
M. Lehembrc and M, Fontaiuas, Funeral 

of M. Lehembre, 5 m 10 ^ 

Bloodless, at Dresdon, 23 j 5 </ 

Duelling A-hi-Mode, 25 m 7 b 
Dufferin (Lord) Speech on Opening the Domi- 
nion Parliameflt, l\ a II d 
Dukedom of Coniiaught, Notice about, 27 m 9 « 

—28 mSb 
Dundas (G.) on the Pjuitechnicon Fire, 21 w 8 e 
Dupanloup (Bp.) on French Miracles, 7 a 4 d 
Durham (Lord) on the Agricultural Lock-out, 

20 a 12 d 

(Bp. of) on Ritualism, 27 a 12 s 

University — Appointments, 11^' 10 c 

Dutch Universities, 9 « / 

Dwellings of the London Poor, 2 a 11 «— 8 a 12 

6—9 a 6y— 10 a 8 d—U a 7 6—23 a 5 /*— 23 a 

7 ^—27 a 12 i/— 1 m 10 </— 8 m 10 6—11 m 9 c 

—12 m 14 e— 24 ; 7 6— 26> 12 d 
Deputation to Government about, 20 a 

12 d 



of Labourers, &c.. New Bill, 17 / 10 6 

. of the Working Classes, Notes about, 15 m 5 6 

Dyne (W.) Salt a Cure for a Bite of a Dog, IG 
mil/ 

E. 

Early Closing Compulsory, 18 m 5/ 
p^arlswood LUot Asylum, Anniversary, 23 a 11 r 



Earthquake at Alicante, 27 n 5 a 

at Belluno, 19 m 12/ 

at Constantinople, 29/ 7 6 

East London Hospital, 21 in 13 6 
Easter Amusements, 7 a 10 a 

in Hungary, 27 a 6 cf 

Eastern Question, Proposed Congreis about, 1» 

i76 
Ebbw Yale Steel Iron and Coal Company, 17; 

10 a 
Ecclesiastical Commission Report, 7 m 7 c 

Court of Appeal, 27 w 12 o 

— - Laws, Notes on the Proposed New, lati 

Legislation — Meeting of Bishops, 14 a II i 

Offences Bill, 20 m 1 1 / 

Ellipse of the Sun, Notes about, 28 m 8 e 
Economic Life Assurance Society, 1 a 7 a 
Eden (James) Price Sale List of the Pictures of, 

2j5d 
Edinburgh Diocesan Synod, Annual Meeting, 24 

a 12 c 

Review and the Liberal Party, 16 n 5/ 

and Home Rulers. 17 a 7 rf— 23 a 7/ 

University — Degrees Conferred, 25 a 6 a 

and Miss Jex-BUke, 29 j 8 / j 

Meeting to Extend the Buildings, 8 « 6«/ 1 

Edkins (Wm.) Price Sale List of his CoDvction I 

of Bristol and Plymouth Porcelain, 25 a 12 4 
Edmunds (Dr. James) on Com Flours, \7j 10^ ! 
EDUCATION— ! 

Appointments, 16 m 7 d j 

Art of Teaching. SjlOd 

Compulsory, in New York, Bj 7/ 

Conference of Head Masters at Winchester, 

3 J 10 d 

of Ladies, Members of Boards, on, 29 ? 8 / 

^— Corporation for Middle Class, 3 a7 f 
Elementary Schools, Reduced Grants to, 1> 

all/— 17 a 7/— 27 a 9/ 
Act, Deputation to Government to 



Amend, 30/ 7/ 
Teaching, 10 a 8 c 

— Endowed Schools Commission, Gjod 

— Forster ( W. E.) on, 19 / 6/ 

— of Girls, Notes about, 16 a 5/ 

— Irish National Schools, Notes about, 5j5/ 

— Loans to School Boards, 26 m 5d 

— London S<:hool Board : —Board and Volun- 
tary Schools, Uio V2 d 

Scholarships, 24 a 8 a 

Schools in the West of London, 21 • 



9/- 



Cost of Board Schools, 8 m 8 o— 21 « 9f 
U'7« 

Education Department and New Site«, 1 



i» 12« 

Evening Schools, 14 m 10/ 

Finance, ij 7 e 



Government and the Sites, ij7e 

Hartog Memorial, 8 m 8 a 

Higher of Women, 5jBf 
Clothworkers' Company, Gift Towanh* 
6;5/ 

Increase of Salaries, 14 m 10 / 

Industrial Schools, 24 a 8 a — 8 mSa 

Instruction in Cookery, 4 j 7 « 



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Education (continued). 

London School Board : — Loan Accoonti 24 

aSa 
Middle Class Schools — Skinners Company 

Exhibition, 21 tn S e 

New Offices, 24 a 8 a 

Religious Difficulty, 16 a 12 rf— 24 a 8 

a-8 m 8 a- U m 10 /--2l m 9 /— 22 m 10 e— 

Scheme, for ii» Liverpool, 11 / 11^/" 

School for Chelsea, 22 a 8 o 

Notes about, 9 w* 11 e — 10 m 14 o 

Old Castle Street Schools, 4 ; 7 e 



' Opening of Battersea New Schools, 14 a 

12 s 

'* Parties " on the Board, 4^ 7 « 

Pauper Children, I ml2 e 

Primary and Irish Catholics, 8 y 10 a 

Religious Instruction in Board Schools, 

Noti^ about, 28 m 10 </ 
-^— Teaching, 8 w 8 a 
— — St. John's Schools, PadcHngton, 27/ 9 « 

Scholarships, 14 m 10./— 21 m 9/ 

School Wants of London, 24 q 8 a 

in Berlin, 19 / 12 c 

of St. Clement Dane^s, 1 m 12 s 

Subscriptions to Schools, 18 ; 7 /" 

• Sunday Use of Board Schools. 14 m 10/ 

Twenty-Fifth Clause, 4 j 7 s 

— Division List in the House of Com- 



mons, 15 J 7 c 

Notes about, I2j5f 



Weekly Meetings, 20 ; 5 </ 



Middle Class, Deputation to Goyemment 

about, 17 a 13/ 

National EducAtion Union, 18 a 7/ 

Union of Elementary Teachers, see Na- 

TIOKAL. 

— New Provisions in the Code, 8 a 7 d 

• Schools, Mansfield Place, Kentish Town, 

CHBdal Opening of, 11a 12 e 

• Opening of, 18 a 12 * 

Paris British Schools, 4 a 9 / 

—— Parliamentary Grant for, 10 a 7 a 

—— of Pauper Children, Notes about, 16 m 10/ 

Popubtf in Egypt, 8 a 7 e 

Privy Council Orders, 11 a 8 6—18 a 12 c 

—29 a 10 a— 6 m 8 a— 9 m 7 b— 20 m 7/— 23 
«6«— 13> 7/"— 24 i 10 a 

- — Public Schools Commission, Meetings, 23 j 
11 d 

" — of Roman Catholic ChUdren, 23j8 5 

' University Schools and Local Examina- 
tions, IS a 12/ 

Education Department, Official Returns, 7 m 71 

Kducational Use of MuscuniJ*, 21 m 8/ 

Edwards (Dr.) on the Refuse Covered by Snow 
9 a 14/ 

Eel Fry, 15 m 4 e— 27 m 6 e 

Eggs, Consumption Returns, a 5 d 

• — ■ Import Returns, l$mS d 

' Sale of, by Weight, 28 m 5 e 

EGYPT :— 

• — Cotton Crop, 2ii m 10 c 

Diplomatic Exaiilions, 6/4 d—\C j 5 

News, 20 m 5 a 
Exploring Expeditions, 28 a 12 6 



Egypt (continued), 

Fountains of the Nile,. 12 i 4 e 

Judicial lieform in, dOjlOd 

the KAi^dive at Constantinople, 25 m 7 6 

as a Trader, 12^ 4 d 

the Krupp Ciuanon Deniandedby the Porte,. 

16/146 

Loan, 28 a 12 6 

Mis(*cllancoU8 News, 14 a 12 rf— 1 j7 h — 24 

jl4 b 

Movements of the Khedive, 26 m 10 c 

— -— Nabur Pasha Deprived of his Office, 12 j 

4 d 

New ITarbour Dues, 26 m 10 e — 5i 4 d 

Rise of the Nile. 6j A d 

Shivery Forbidden in, 21 a 12 a 

and the Suez Canal, see Caval. 

Theft of Four Boxes ef Silver, 26 m 10 c— 

5/4 rf 
and Palestine, Annual Vlnta, Notes about,. 

8 a 10« 

Excursions tO| 9 i 6 a~12y 4 f 



Egyptian M>stcry. 23 m 10 A-25 m 12 e 

Elder (A. L.) on the Austrafian Miners' Strike, 
20a8a 

Election Expenses, 2 a e— 6 a 8 e — 7 a 10 (i— 
8 a 9/— 10 a 6 6—11 a 8 6—14 a 9 /— 16 o 5 
d--^iar^ f^ 17 10/— 28 m 10 <— 6 ; 12 a 

JBLEOTION IPETITIONS:— 

Petitions, 7 a 6 rf— 9 a 7 c— 1 1 a 7 rf— 14 a 

11 c— 20 a 7/— 21 a 10 d—U m 10 6—17; 

12 c "^ 

rirish), 1 a 6 <f 

Athlone, 25 a 12 c 

Barnstaple, 28 a- 12/— 29 a 7/— 30 a 6/— 

ImSa 
Bolton, 28 m 12 c— 25 m 8 /— 26 m 10 d— 

27 m 10 </— 30 m7d 

Boston, 1 / 13 e— 2 ; 8 A— 6 j 12 a—ejSf 

Drogheda, 30 w 5 o— 2 i* 8 6—6/ 5/— 9i 7 

rf— 10 J 8 6 

Dudley, 6 m 12/ 

Durham, 20 m 8 6—28 m 12 6— 2S m K) <^ 

27 m 10 rf 28 m 12 6—29 <» 10/— 30 m I rf— 1 

i 12 €—2/8 6 

rSouth\ 12 m 10 a-22 m 5/- 1^ m 12 c 

Gaiway, 9 m 12 e— 18 m 9 6— W m 8 a— 21 

m 7 /— 22 m 6 /— 23 m 12 6—25 m 13 a— 1 j 

12 6 



— Hackney, 15 a 5 e— 17 a 7 e— 23 a 7 rf— 25 
a 9/— I HI 10 6 

— Haverfordwest, 5 m 10 a 

— Kidderminster, 3 a 5 6 — 5i 12 a— 8 j 9 /— 
20 9 5 rf— 30/ 7 e 

— LauBccston, 8 m 10/— 9 m 12 e 

— Mayo, 6 wt 12/ 

— Petcrsfield, 27 o 9 «— 28 a 12/— 30 a 6 e 
Poole, 6 TO 10 a— 6 m 12/— 8 m 10 f—W m 



10 rt— 13 m 7 /— 14 m 10 6—25 / 12 rf— 29 

13 e 
Stroud, 27 fl 9 e- 29 rt 7 /"—SO a^f-lmt 

o— 1 m 10/— 4 m 7 r- -12 ; 5/-19 j h I 
Wakefield, 22 a 5 /— 23 n 7 e— 24 • 7 «— 

26 fl 12 / 

Wigtown, 8 a 6 •-^27 tr 10 i 

— WiKt'for, 22 a 5 /- 28 « 7 < 24 « 7 - 2fi 
c 12/ 



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palmkk's index to '* 



Tinj TIM ins '* NEWSPATEK. 



[April 1 to 



Election Petitions {continueil), 

Withdrawn, 27 a ^ </— 5 m 10 a 

ELECTIONS:— 

Boston, New Member, Sketch of, 24 / 11 / 

Bucks, 2dm 10 c 

Dudley, 4 m 12 rf— 19 m 10 a 

' Durham, 25 m 8/— 27 m 7 a— 28 m 12 i— 6 

76/— 10j5^— 12i6d—16;7c 
— — Sketch of the New Member, IGJ 5h 

(North), Idj 6 b—^ZOJ 7 d—22j 9 e 

Sketch of the New Member, 24^ 11/ 



— Galway, 27 m 7 <i— 23^ 5 h 

— Kidderminster and the Festivities to Baron 
Grant, lb m 8 

— Launceston, 7 m 8 b — 9 m 12 e — 30 i 12 c 

— Limerick, 23 a 7/ 

— Louth, 1 a 6 <f— 6 a 5 d—lO a 6/ 

— Mayo, 18 wi 9 6—21 m 7 /— 29 m 7 r— 80 m 
6 a— 1/12 6— 16; 12 e 

— Oxford, 23; 5 e 

— Poole, 7 m 8 6—9 m 12 e— 14 m 10 6—18 m 
10 6—19 m 10 a— 20 w 8 6—23 m 12 r— 26 m 6 
cT— 27 m 7 6—30 m 8 a— 1 j 12 c— 2> 10 e -3 j 
10/— 24y 13</ 

Sketch of the New Member, 27 m 8 6 



Preston, 21 a 12 6—24 a 7 6 
Stroud, 7 OT 6 rf— 9 m 12 e— 11 m 7/- 



■14 m 



10 6—16 »i 8 «/— 18 m \Od—lOj 10/— 27 J 8 a 
Sketch of the New Member, 18 m 9/ 



Wakefield, 29 a 7 e—5 m IQ a 

Sketch of the New Member, 12 m 10 a 



Elections and Currupt Trvatiiig of Poachers, 16 

mUf 
Electricity, Utilizing, 7 m 5 6 
Elephants* Teeth Import Returns, 12 m 11/ 
Ehot (Lord) " Inter-Hospital ** Accommodation, 

3ui 10 rf 
Elliot (S!r Georgo) Address to the Colliery Pro- 

Iirietors of Durham, 5 m G a 
(Robert H.) Hidden Treasures, 5 m 12 rf— 

16 m 10 a 
Elliott (F. Fred.) on the Gold Cop.st, 16 a 10 c 
Ellis (Edwin) on the Oak and the Ash, 1 j 14 c 
Ellison (William) on the Authorized Version of 

the Bible, 25 m 13 h 
Elv Cathedral Restoration, 26 / 4 e 

Royal Visit to, 9 o 9/ 

riiapel Bought as a Roman Catholic 

Church, 18 a 9./* 
Emma Silver Mining Company, see Mining. 
Emerson (R. W.) to the Glasgow Universiiy, 9 a 

7c 
Emigrants Depot at Blackwall, 21 w 7 e 
EMIGRATION :— 
of Agricultural Labourers to Canada, 14 o 

10«— 1 m 7 d 

to Australia, 16 n 12 e 

from Brazil, Return of, 25 m 7 e 

to (\inada, 27 w 10 /—Sj 10 6— 17j 11 d 

Decrease of, 11 ? 9 /* 

Highlands to New Zealand, 30^ 10 e 

of Labour, Vi m VI f 

from Liverpool, % m \\ f 

to New Zealand, 2 a 10 6—3 a 12 6—6 m 

d 



13 



• of Pauper Children, 14 m 

■ ■ to Ouoiuibhind. 14 n in 



7 r 

f—22 m 10 c 



Emigration (coniimted). 

of I'auper Children, Sanitary Aspects of, \% 

a 11/ 
Emly (Lord) on the Election for Limerick, 23 « 

7/ 
Employment for Woman, Notes about, 3 a 7^ 

4 a 10/ 

Enclosure Commission, 24 a 4 <f 

Engagements or Bethrothments, Curious Break- 
ing off of One Advertised iu a Geniian Fsper, 
22i9e 

English Aeadcmy of Arts in Rome, 2 a 5 c 

Bankers v. Scotch Bankers, 16 j 12 a— 17 

j \0b—22j7c 

Condensed Milk Company, 17/ 7 e 

Fine Art Tottery, 1 m 4/ 

Pilgrimage to France, Another, 5 m U ^ 



Sm7 d 
Englihhman^ the Ohatrvtr on, 13 a 14 6 

Notes about, 13 a 14 6—14 a 8 <? 

Enlistment — a very Hard Case, IS a 1 1 /* 
Ensor (Thos. H.) on Spoilt Stamps and Pan^ 

ment Deeds, 2 a 10 c 
Enthusiast for *' Covenants," 4 a 6 </ 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1 m 10 a 
Erith ^ew Church, Consecration of, Sy 9 c 
Essex Agncultural Society, Meetin^^ of, io West 
Ham Park, 20 i 7 < 

Conservative Banquet at Maldon, 7 a 'it 

at Chelmsford, 23 m 10 a — »9 mht 

Inconvenient Questions f^r Parliameat 

about, ^ m9/ 
Estate Exchange, 10 a 7 a 
ESTATES IK LIQUIDATION :-. 

AUan, Wm., of Poplar, 17i 13 c 

Barnes, Wm., of Kensington, 24 j 17 c 

Beck, TliO!«., of CUeapsidc, 17^ 13 c 

Blake, Andrew, of Pall Mall, 29 a I'd 

Blum, Rcinhard Dan. Chaa., of High Hot- 
born, 21 w 5 /* 

Brumleu, J. M. Fred. Charles, of MiociBf 

Lane, 10 a 13 c 
Brunskill, William Fawcett, of Torqnij, 



15 m 14 ci 

— Bunkell, Henry Christopher, 21 w 6/ 

— Burr & Co., Metal Merchants, 1 7 a 10 / 
Byars, David, of Plaistow, 24 j 17 c 



Carew, Benj. Francis llallowell, of Dnfe 

St., Manchester Square, 12 m 4/ 

Childs, Wm., ol Brighton, and Kcgeut St, 

London. 17j 13 c 

Clay Thos. Kenshaw, of King Street. City, 



7 w 4 /• 
Co'jksedge, Chas. Wm., of Lawrence Ls* 

City of London, \5j 5/ 
Coronio and Davids, of Great St. Hdenii 

18»«5/ 
Cruickshank and King, of Iiondon *^ 

Liverpool, 27 a 8 A 

Not Members of Lloyds, 28 a 10 fr 



— Dobbing, Fred. Crontel, of Tower Hill,S 
m 13 b 

— Evans, Daniel, of New Cross, 18/ 13 b 
Roderick, of Deptford, 8 m 13 b—Bj 13 « 

Fcrrar, Frederick, ot Richmond, 30 « IS * 



— Foster au«l llinings, of Bradford, 6 » 10 * 
— 27 m G a 



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Ewa 



Estates in Liquidation (^continued), 

Gordon, 1*. Jf., of Talbot Road, 29 » 13 cf 

Guillaunie, Fred. Alfred, of Chi&well St., 

4a II « 
Hellaby, R. D., Child and Hellebjr, of 

Cheapsidf, 4 a 11 c— 9 a 13 c— 27 a 6 c 

Hipkins, Sarauol, of Tipton, 17 a 10 a 

Ingledew, Joseph, of Bisliopsgatd Street, 4 

m 5 /' 

.letter. John, of Bethn .1 Grc^en. 2 a 13 6 

Johnst n and HatchniHn, of Wojd Street, 



(•heapside. 1 1 m 5/— 1 j 5 d 

— King, George, of Duke St., Southwark, 25 

— Lancaster, James, of Tottenham Court Rd., 
IjSrf 

— Lander, George William, of Drory Lane, 
10 CI 13 c 

— Langdon, James Henry, of Hart St., City, 
IS add 

Langworthy, John Gray, of Bermondsey, 



18m6y 
Leete, Elizabeth, of Westbourne Place, 15 

}5/ 
Lyon, James Elias, of Lan^ham Hotel, 26 

• Mansfield and Price, of Gray*8 Inn Road, 

yi4« 

Martin, Richard, of Hackney and Bow, 14 

ml3 6 
Millbank, Wm. Harry Vane, 11 m 5 d — 16 

m 14 a 
Mogford, Edwin, of Great May's Buildings, 

26 j 14 h 
Newton, Thos. Patchett, of Bermondsey, 

15>6/ 
Oakes, Thos. Wm. Smith, of Austin Fnars, 

IBj 5 e 

Orinoco Gold Mining Company, 2y 18 € 

Osbom & Co , Clyde Steel Works, Sheffield, 

15a 5 6 

Palmer, Anne Sophia, of Spitchley, 5 _; 1 3 e 

Parlabeau, Daniel, of Paternoster Row, 29 

jlSd 

• Patent Type Founding Company, 11 m 5 c 

Payn, Albert Edward, of Cheltealiam, 22 / 

5 e 
•• — Pilling, John, of Ash ton, 23/ 10 c 
• Portch, Fred., of Ordnance Road, St. John's 

Wood, 11 ;« 6 c 

■ Postethwaite, James, of Daventry, 15 j 5/ 

• Pyne, John Henry, of Davics St. Berkele 

Square, 21 »i 6/ 
Railton, R. and J., of St. PauFs Foundry, 

17 a 10 a 
- — Ueniihaw. Bros., Paternoster Row, 29 ; 13 d 
Roome, David, of Sioke Newington Road, 

2i aV6d 

Kussell, Sir Wm., 29^ 13 d 

Sanders, Henry, of Icehurst, 29 / 5 f 

Saunders, Wm. Wilson, of Cornhill, 26 m 

8c 

SheriflF and Lindsay, of Great Winchester 

Street Buildings, 21 a ]Z d 

Smith, Matthew Bass, of Notting Hill 4 m 

5/ . 

llios. William, of Hackney Road, I j 6 d 



Estates in Liquidation (continued). 

Sommers, Thos. Wm., of Bow Road, 7 w 4 

/— 12»i4/ 

Sommet, Jules, of Fitzroy Street, 24 ; 1 7 c 



Summers, John Henry, of Mare Street. 

Hackney, 4./ 13 6 
Tawell, Samuel, and Thos. White, of Ber- 

ners Street, 2 a 13 « 
Texier, Schroers and Borenschen, of Great 

Winchester Street Buildings, 6 m 13 & 

Utton, Charles Richard, of Peckham, 5 / 



13 e 
Vivanti, Anseleno, of Jeffery Square-, 10 a 

13 c 
Walpole, John Ortzen, of Walworth Road, 

22;6e 
Wilson, Thomas Lamb, of Carter Lane, 

City, 20 a 5 « 
Wingrove, Richard Paul, of Fenchurch St., 

15 m 14 a 

Wise and Geo, of Boston, 19 ; 18 a 

Zegers, Peter John, of Hendon, 27 a 5 e 

Zerlandi, N. Michel, of Great Winchester 

Street, 18 j 13 h 
Estcourt (Charles) on the Adulteration of Food 

Act, 26 »i 7/ 
Eton College Election, 25 w 12 c 
Celebratioa of King George III. Birthday, 

4; 7 c— 5; 12 4 

Newcastle Scholarship, 4 a 7/ 

Regulations for Obsen-aiice, 8 » 10 a 

Eugenie (Empress) Proposed Future Residence 

of, 19 w 7a 
Visit to Prince and Princebs Christian, 6 j 

Eyangelical AlHance, Annual Gathering, 13 m 

12 a 
Evans (Howard) on the Labourers and their 

Union, 4 a 5 of 
" E'en in their Ashes Lire their Wanted Fires," 

6a56 
Excessive Penalty— One Shilling for Burying a 

Cat Alive, 30mll </ 
Exchange, Course of, la every da\f» paper. 
Exchequer Bills, Official Note about, 2*6 mQ a 



Excise Licenses, Return of, 2 m 1 1 
xecution of Cosmo Con 
at Bayonne, 11 a 13 6 



2 m Uf 
, by the 



e Guillotine 



of Maria Burfitt, Commuted to Penal Ser- 
vitude. 13 a 13fr 

of Thomas Godwin, for Wife Murder, 9 m 

11/— 26 »i 7 c 

of Thomas Scott, at Fort Garry, 29 a 

H/ 

of Frances Stewart, for Murder, 19 i 6 « — 

Exeter Cathedral Reredos Case, 16 a 12 a 

—21 a 10 e— 27 a 12 g— 11 m 11/— 19 m 7/— 

5/10/— 11 7 He 

Notes about, 23 « 11 /— 24 a 12 r 

Explanation no Apology — M. de Fouvcille on 

Cold, 9 wi 12 c 
Exploration in Iceland, <•«« Iceland 
Export Returns, 9 a 6 a — 10 a 7 a— 21 all a — 

8 m 11 a— l>9a— 9j 12 c— liy7a 
Ewntd (^Dr.) Iniprifionnient of, for Libelling 

Prince Bi:»maick, 19 j 10/ 

37 



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PALMEB'S index to " THE TIHES " NEWSPAPKB. [AjBlI 1 fo 



F. 

Factories, Inspectors of, Official Beturn, 27 

a 7e 
Factory Act, Notes about, 1 a 7y— 8 / 6/— 18 j 

6/— 2978 « 
-^^ Deputation to Government about, 8j9 a 
•— — and the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, 6 

Meetingof Delegates at Westminster Palace 

Hotel, 26.; 6/ 

Meetings about, 5 m 9/ 

Parliamentary Return about its Working, 

12^9/ 

Proposed Amendment, 2 a 6 & 

Fairholme (Charles) on the Merthyr Tydvil 
Accident, 28 m 6 

Faithfull (Emily) on Employment for Women, 
4 a 10/ 

Falmouth Harbour Board, 19 j 10 d 

Famine in Asia Minor, 18 m 7 a— 23 m 5 a -80 
m9/ 

— — in Bengal, tee Ikdia. 

Farmers and Labourers, Notes about, IS m5 d 

Farnworth (John) Price Sale List of his Collec- 
tion of Pictures, &c., 21 m 14 d 

Farringdon Market, Proposals for Be-building, 
30.; 10 c 

Fashionable Intelligence :— Devonshire House 
Assemblies, 22 / 11 / 

Earl Granville*! Dinner to the Prince of 

Wales, &c., 18 m 5 e 

Duke of Marlborough's Banquet, 18 m 11 / 

Lady Salisbury's Assembly, 20 a 7 c— 18 m 

11/-— 29^7 c 

i^-- Countess Waldegrave*s Dinner and Recep- 
tion. 20 a 7 c— 18 m 11/-23 m9f 

Duchess of Westminster's Balls, Concerts, 

&c., 1 m 9/— 13 m 12 e— 19 m 11 e— 27 mSJ 

Fatal ASnj at Gravesend, 12 m 14 « 

Drunken Quarrel at Gravesend, 15 m 10 d 

Fawcett (Henry) on the Factory Bill, 18 j 6/ 

Feamley (C. T.) on the Adulteration Act, 21 m 

Fee Stamps, Return of, 16 ; 6 /" 

FelodeSe, 4i6« 

Female School of Art, Distribution of Prizes, 19 

Fez— Reballion in, 9 ; 1 1 / 

Field Lane Ragged School, Annual Meeting, 18 

j7e 

rielden (Joshua) on the Malt Tax, 25 a 12 e 
/igs. State of Trade in, 8; 1 1 rf 
Fiji Islands, Cession of, to England, 9 a 5 6—29 

a 9 6—5 m 14 6— IG m 6 6—16; 0/ 
Account of, 13 a 12 c— 14 a 9/— 20 o 7 e— 

24 fl 4 e— 23 ; 4 /" 

Notes about,* 15 a 7 /*- 16 a 12./ 

Filon (A.) on the Empress Eugenie and the New 

Society, 14 w lOrf . 
PINE ARTS:— 
Art Union of London, Annual Meeting, 29 

Black and White Exhibition at the Dudley 

Gallery, 23 / 4 d 
"Calling the Roll" and its Artist, 11 w 14 

e— 12 m 12 rf— 14 m 1 1 rf— 15 m 10 d—lG m 7/ 

—18 m 13 6—20 m If—oj 12 a 



Fine Arts {continued). 

Institute of Water Colour Painters Ezhiln- 

tion, 23 a 12 a 

Mr. Loppe's Collection of Alpine Pictmes, 

1 m 4 e 

the Paris ** Salon," 8 m 4 d— 14 wt 10 c-» 

m 8 ft- 8 J 9 a— 15 / 6 d— 22.; 7 e 

Picture Galleries of the International Ex- 
hibition, 30 m 7 c 

Pictures of Continental Schools, 8 a 10 a 

Price Sale Li&t of Works of Art of Akx. 

Barker Eeqr., 8/7 e— 9 j 7 «— 10/ 5 «~11 j 10 
6— 12j 12 6 

of a Collection of Limoges, Enamch, 



&c., 15 fit 8 a 

of Paintings, Including^ne by Gains- 



borough, 7 m 8 6 

of Mr. Craven's Modem English sad 



Foreign Pictures, 2 « 7 6 

of Gusta%'e l)ore*s Drawings, 15 m 9 « 

List of the Collection of Pictures of Mr. 



Eden, 2^5 </ 

- of Mr. Edkins's Collection of Bristol, 4c. 



Porcelain, 25 a 12 6 

of Mr. Farn worth's Pictures and Water 



Colour Drawings, 21 m 14 6 

of Mr. Forbes's Collection of Pictures, 25 



m86 



of Mr. Graves's Collection of Objects d 

Art and Vertu, 24 a 10 </ 

of Mr. Heugh's Collection of Water 

Colour Drawings, 27 a 9 /* 

of Mr. Leturcq's Collection of Antique 



and Modern Gems, 22^ 9 e 

of Modem Pictures and Water Ooloiir 



Drawings at Christie's, 16 / 14 6 

of Mr. Montefiore's Pictures and Draw- 
ings, 23 a 12 c 

— — of Rare Engravings, 18 a 5 e 

of the Marquis of Salamanca's Tapestries, 

Enamels. &c., 16 a 10 rf 

of Dr. Stronsberg's Collection of Pictnres, 

13a9 </ 

of Mr. Twopeny's Collection of Andeat 

and Modem Pictures, 5 i» 12/ 

of Mr. Tyrrell's Collection of Shakespear- 



ian Drawings, 80 m C c 

Rejnolds's Age of Innocence, New En- 



graving of, 18 a 6 c 

— Royal Academy Exhibition, 2 m 12 a— 5 m 

11 /•— 27 m 7 d— 26 m 6 o— 28 m 6 c 

— Sale of Sir Edwin Landseer's EngraviDgi^ 
7 ?n 5 6—8 m 10 c— 9 m 12 6—11 m 14/— 12 a 
10 c— 13 m 12 c— 14 m 12 fr— 15 m 8 «— 16 ■ 

12 b 
Society of French Artists, Bond Street, f7 



a 14 6 
Fines and Penalties, Law to Amend, 8 o 10 c^ 

lOallrf 
Finis Litiuni— a Kentucky Affair, 14 a 7 /" 
Finsbury Dispensary, Biennial Festival, 23 a 

\0d 
Fire Escapes, the Inventor of the Ladder Escsps, 

13m5 c 
Major Wethered's New, 25 a 12 6—11 « 

8/-22 m 4 / 
Insurances in London, Notes about, 30 a 7 i 



Jane 30, 1374.] palmisr'b index to " the times " newspaper. 



Fra 



Fire Ke-Insurance Corporation, 2oj 7 a 



— at the Alhambra Music Hall, Bristol, 24; 7 6 

— Two Large, at Auckland, 29 »i 6 a 

— at Beregaon, 2ij0 d 

— at Bcthnal Qreen, 7 a 6/ 

— at Bicton near Exeter, Lady Rolle*8 Seat, 

— at Burt's Creosete Works, Victoria Docks, 
9m 11/ 

— at Canton, 1 a 6/ 

— in Cape Town, 9 m 12 6 

— in Cardiff, Hall's Wool Stores, 15 i 11 / 

— in Central Citj, Colorado, 4 / 12 a 

— at Chandos St., Strand, 23 m 12 c 

— at Constantinople, tlie Galata Suburb, 20 m 
12 a 

— in Cooper Street, Manchester, from a 
Green Wax Taper, 22 m 5/ 

— at Crown Yard, Stanhope Street, 6^ 5/ 

— at Durbunga, 18 a 5 a 
at Esdaiie's Timber Yard, City R^ad, 24 



a 7 e 

— at Farringdon Market, 27 a 7 « 

— at the Faubourg St. Antoine, 13 m 5 e 

— at a Feather Factory, at Hull, 2 a 7 /" 

— at Genera, Twelve Houses Burnt, Sj 7 a 
in Gray's Inn Road, Sage's Warehouse, 27 



J lOe— 29i8 6 

at Grundy's Woollen Mills, 20 w 11 6 

at Hopkins' Zinc Works, Plumstead, 6 ; 5/ 

in Leach's Yard, Old Street, 3^11/ 

in Leather Lane, Holbom, 21 m 7 /— 22 



m 5 e 



— at London and Brighton Railway Station, 
Bermondsey, 67 5/ 

— at Masaya, 30m Bf 
at M'Onie's Engineenn j Works, in Trades- 



ton, 9 a 12 c 

— at Melton Abbey, of Farm Buildings, 9 j 13 d 

— at Middleten's Oil Works, Whitechapel, 9 
jlSd 

— at Mitchell and South's Furniture Ware- 
house, Curtain Road, 14 m 6 & 

— at Newnham, of Cottages, 9jlSd 

— at the Northern Railway Station, at Paris, 
18i5«-.15/7s 

— at the Pantechnicon, Pimlico— Application 
for Rent of the Sufferers, Notes about, 2 a8 d 
—8 a 6 0—4 a 6 e— 6 a 4 /— 24 a 10 </— 18 m 
18/— 19 m 7/— 20 m 9/— 21 m 8 «— 23 m 12 6 

— at Pitt's Wood, Sent, Seyenteen Acres 
Cleared, 4 / 5 c 

— at Paul's Printing Office, Wilmington 
Square, 29 7 8 6 

— at Queen's HaU, Montreal, 11a 12 d 

— at Radwinter, Destroying Nearly the Whole 
Village. 5 m 14 e— 12 wi 12 rf 

— Destructive at Rangoon, 1 a 6/ 

— Instruction of the Scotia Music Hall, Glas- 
gow, 7 mS a 

— at the Seaman's Hospital, Greenwich, 9 a 
12 c 

— at W. H. Smith's, Hyde Park Square, 3 / 

— at Tokio, Thirty-seven Streets Destroyed, 
la 6/ 



Firee (continued), 

at Tolpuddle, 9/ 18 rf 

in Wellclose Square, 1 ^' 12 rf 

at Willesden Junction, 7 a 6/ 

Firms, Changes in, 8 a 7 a— 30^ 11 b 
Fiscal Fallacies, 6 a 8 e 
Fish, Importation of, 18 a 5 e — 21 mil f 
Fisheries, Cornish Mackerel, 9y 13 ef 

of Ireland, 6 wi 14 e — IS J 10 « 

Mackerel, 20 m 6 rf— 29j 11/ 

Mount Bay Mackerel, 4 m 13/ 

Salmon, 6 a 5 6 



Salmon Harrest, Summary of, 12 m 14 6 

— Inspections of, 28 a 11/ 

in the Severn, 13 a 7 c 

Seal, 17 fl 10 a 

Spring Herring, 2 a o 5—4 m lH /— 18 m 

12/ 

Tweed Salmon, 21 m 11 /—I / 9 c— 8 / 12 d 

- 15 J 14 c— 22 / 9/-30y 12 6 
Fishermen of Wick, 8^8 6 
Fishmongers' Company, Grand Banquet at, 16 a 
5 6—21 m 13 d 

Dinner at, 15 m 12 6 

Fleming (George) on the Horse's Paces in the 

« Roll Call," 16 m 7 / 
Floating Sugar Hogshead— the Noyelty, I mid 
-— - Swimming Baths Company, 6 m 10 a 

on the Thames, 15 m 7 e— 18 m7 6 

Flogging of Garotters in Newgate, 18 m 9/ 

Floods in Bagdad, &c., 2 m 5 6 

Florence Land and Public Works Company, 2 m 

11 a 
Fog Signalling Apparatus, 23 m 9/ 
FonYeille (W. de) Defence of his Brother Ulric, 

19 / 8 d 
Food Preserving Company, 21 m 9 6 
Forbes (J. S.) Price Sale Lilt of his Collection 

of Pictures, 35 m 8 6 
Ford (Charles) on Multifarious Legislation, 6 a 

8« 
Forder's Carriage Company, 2 m 11 a 
Foreign Affairs, 26 m 10/ 

Office Appointments, 11 a 8 Zi— 18 a 12 t — 

2 TO 7 €—9 m 7 ft-20 m 7/— 23 m 6 «— 17j 7 b 
— 20y 7 e— 27y 6 « 

Guarantees, 18 m 9 « 

Notices, 29 a 10 a 

Orders Conferred, 2 a 9 e 

Special Correspondents, 15 to 5 e 

Formosa, Atrocities Committed at on Japanese 

Shipwrecked Sailors, 8 ; 7 a— 10 / 6 a 
Forster (John) on the Gold Coast, 30 j 8 6 

rW. E.) on Education. IdjSf 

(— ) at the Home for Little fioys, 30 ; 4/ 

Forsyth C — ) on the Mission to Yarkand, 1 a 10 
<f— 6»ill/ 

on the Intoxicating Liquor Bill, 18/11/ 

on a Real Grievance, 23 to 6/ 

on the Solicitor- Generalship* 23 a 7 e 

( Wra.) on the Women's Election Disabilities 

Act, 7 a 5 b 
Fossil Ancestors, I7j5d 
Found Drowned, 2 a 11 a— 6 to 11 e— 7 to 12 6 
FRANCE; — 

AUacc Lorraine, Jurisdiction of French 

Bishops in, 15 a 5 a — 20 a 7 h—Aj 5 a 



PALMEU'S INDEX TO ** TOE TTlTEii " XEWSPAFKB. 



[April 1 to 



Fnnoe (continued). 

Alsace-Lorraine Exhibition at Paris to Aid 

the French Residents, 24 a 12 o— 11 mSd 

Archives of the Foreign Office, 11 a 8 a 

Arrest of Clement DuTemois, 18 o 6 6 

Anxerra, Grand Septennial Fete at, 8 j 

10 c 

M. Gambetta at, 3 j 10 c 

Bazaine (Ez-Marfrhal) Account of his Re- 
treat, 11/5 (/ 
Bonapartists and French Radlrals, 13 j 5 e 

— 25>5 6 
^ ^_ and Legitimist Jonmaliy Searching the 

Houses of, dOjSr. 
BrogUe (Due de) and the Septeaaate, 6 a 

86 

Budget, 15 i 8 6— 29^ 7/ 

Canal Extension in, 5 m 10 <f 

and the Cartists, 27 job 

Causes of the Late War, I a 10 a 

Census Returns, 24 a 11 a 

Chambord (Comte de) Illness of , 1 a 5 a 

Morements of, 23 a 5 a — 29 a 7 a — 30 a 

5 a— -1 m 12 a--4 st 7 6 

in Cochin-China, 20 a 7 6 

Commerciai Treaty with Russia, 8 a 5 a — 

18a5 /* 
Communists, CoL Contentl/, Escape of, 2 

^ in New Caledcmia, 27^ 9 f—29i 9 d 



Complementary Elections, 1 a 5 a 

Congress of the Legitimist Press, 2 m 5 a 

Constitution of, 23 j 5 c 

Constitutional Bills, 11 m 7 a 

Consular Treaty with Russia, 14 a 5 6 

Council General of the Bouches du Rhone 

Dissolred, 28 m 6 6 
of Marseilles, Opening of, 17 a 12 a— 18 

a 5 6—25 a 12 a 

Courbet and the Place Vendome Column, 

. 27il0/-29j9/- 

Crucifix, Insulting Use of one at Ronbaix, 

15 IN 5 r 
Darid (M.) and the Franco-Prussian War, 

12 JR 14 a 

Diplomatic News, 9 a 5 fr— 20 /« 5 «— 27 m 



5 a— 20 J 5 rf— 22 J 7 e— 27 ; 5 c 

British Embassy — Annual Dinner, 1 9 



5d 

— Duels, Expected, 20 m 5 5 

Prince De Mettemich and Count Mounte- 

bello. the Figaro Account, 20 « 6 c — 23 m 5 c 

— Ely see. Reception at. 18 a 5 o 

— Einijn^tion, Warning about, 1 m 12 a 

— English Charitable Fund, Ball in Aid of, 
29a 7 a 

— Export Returns, 4 w 7 6 
- Fall of the French Ministry, IP m 7 c 

Finances, 4 « 7 ^—29 m 9 /"— 8 j 7 «— 10 j 



5a 

— French Squadron at Ajaccio, 1 jf 5 a 

— Gambetta (M.) and the Bonapartists, llj 

Trial of the Comte de St. Croix for an 



Assault on, 15/7 d 
— Goulard (M. dc; Health of, 22 j 7 c— 24 / 



tf c 



France (conitnuedy. 

Gramont (Due de) on the Late War, 14 a 



5a 



joe 



— Hoche AnniTersary Banquet, 2i 

— Import Returns, 21 w 7 a 

— Invaded Districts, Compensation to, 7 a 8/ 

— Lagrange (Comte de) I^ter of, 2ojoc 

— Left Central Party, 27 a 14 a 

— Legitimists and the Due D'Audlffret-Pu- 
quier, 19^5 

Committee of Nine on, 24i 7 c— 26) 12 h 

the Press on, 25 i 5 c 



— LUle, Fetes at, 23> 13/— 23i 6 h 

— Loan Exhibition of Works of Art, 18 a 5 c 

— Lyons, Storm at, 22 j 7 a 

— MacMahon, Addresses to at the Beoeptisa 
of the New Papal Nuncio, 10 9 5 c 

the Alone Unabused One in the State, 22 



m5b 

Audiecce to the Burman Ambaasadon, 

ll;5e 

Movements of. 1 « 12 a — 6 m 5 a 

Presents of Serres Vasas to the Kings of 



Holland and Portugal and the Duke of Edio- 
burgh, 1 m 12 e 

Reception of Prince Hohenlohe by, 25 a 



7a 



at Tours, 5 si 14 a 



— Marseilles Municipal Council, Sospenaoo 
of , 2 a 5 a 

International Exhibition al» Notices, S « 



lis 

— Meetings of Parties, 1 1 m 7 6 

— Military Equipment, 25j5e 

— Ministerial MoTementa, IS a 5 b — 19 ml c 
Councils, 9 m 12 a 

Crisis in, 21m 10 a~32 m 5 ^— 23 m 5 If 

after the Crisis, 26 m 5 6 



Ministry, Reported New, 22 at 5 c 
— New Cabinet, 25 m 7 c 
Press on, 25 m 7 e 



— Misoellaneous News, 8 a 5 a — 22 a 5 a— 9 
m 12 a— 27 m 5 a— 29 m 5 a 

— Moderate Left Meetings of. 11 m 7 a 

— Money Market, 1 a a — 2 a 5 a — 8 a 5 «— 
14 a 5 a~20 a 7 b—22 a 5 o^23 a 5 a-87 i 
7 a— 28 a 12a— 29 a 7 a— 30 a 5 a — 4 m 7 *- 
7 m 5 a— 9 m 12 a— 12 ai 14 a — 13 m 5 a— H 
Ml 5 a —18 M 7 a— 20 m 12 a— 21 m 7 <x— 23 ■ 
5 a — 1 j 7 a— '2 j 5 a — 8 j 10 a — 4/ 6 a— 6/ 5 
a—\Oj 5 a— 11 ys a— 17/ 5 a— 18> 6 a— iSj 
5 0—20 j 5 a— 22 y 7 0-23/ 5 «— 24 j 7 a^Si 
j 6 n— 27/ 10/ 

— Monument to be Erected in Switzerland to 
Recognize that Country's Generous Becepti<Hi 
of Gen. Bourbaki's Army in 1871, 27/ 10/ 

— National Assembly — Acrobatic PerformenT 
23/5 c 

M. Casimir Perier's Motion, 17/ 5 c— 13 



J oc 



the Coming Session, 7 m 5 a 
Constitutional Laws, Committee ofThirtr- 

One, 29/7 e 

- Defeat and Resignation of the Mimstrr, 



18 m 7 c— 19 w 7 c 

Eijjhteen Carat Gold. 29> S 5 

Electoral Law. 3/106 



Am\ 



June 30, id74.] palmek s index to " the times " newspai'EU. 



Fre 



France (ronttnued). 

National Asseniblj: — Monarchical Govern- 

luent Kejected, 16 / 7 6—17 ; 5 c— 18> 6c 

Municipal Law, Debate on, 2j 5 c — 10 j 



5 c— 20 joe 

Outline of, Qj 10 b 



J7e 



NoQiiuation of Mayors, 20J5e 
Observance of the Sabbath, 30 m 5 b — 8 

Opening of the Session, IS m 5 5 

Organization of Religious Services in the 

Anuy, 22 m oh 

Piccon (M.) Letter of Eesignation, 13 m 



56 

Proceedings in, 7 a 3 a — 13 m 5 b — 20 m 

5e& d—26 m 5 6—29 m 9 /— 30 m 5 6—1 / 7 
c— 3/ 10 6— 6i 6 6—8 ; 7 flf— 9 / 7 ^— 12 j 6 c 
— 16> 7 rf— 16; 7 b^20j 6 c— 22> 7 i/— 23; 
5 c— 30;5c 

Hecognition of the Organized Republic, 



16> 7 6 

a Savoyard's Protest against Italian 

Sympathies, 14 m 12 c 

Second Chamber, Drought of a Bill to 



ITorm, 15 M 5 6 

Discussion on, 16 m 8 a 



m 



56 



Speech of M. Ledru RuUin, 4.; 5 (/ 
the Soir on the Work of the Session, 13 
» 

Universal Suffrage, Debate on, 6/ 5 6 
War Office Circular, Debate on, 16^ 5 c 

— New Ministry — the Press on the Prospects 
of, 30 m 5 c 

— Newspapers Suspended. 1 fn 12 a — 5 j 5 a 
Prosecuted for Reprinting llenri Roche- 



fort's Articles, 19 i 5 a 

Sentences on, 19 ? 6/ 

the Press on, 8 i/i 12 a 



Press on the State of Parties, 9 J 7 a 

Re-Appearance of the Raputl and the 

XIX SUcle, 29; 7 6 

— Nievre Election, 27 m 9/ 

— Orleans Property, Diviuon of the Restered, 
13 M 5 c 

Family, Movements of, 3 j 12 a — ij 5 a 

— Paris, American Pilgrims at, I j 7 a 
Grand Review in, by the President, 29 j 



Id 



bd 



the Marshal's Order of the Day on, 30 j 

New Grand Opera at, 29 a 7 c 
Re-Fortification of, 20 a 14 </ 
I'ress on Lord Russell's Question, 7 m 5 a 
Salon, 28?ii8(i— 22J7C 
Medals Awarded to Successful Artists, 



8i9e 

— Parties and the Coming Session, 12 m 14 c 

— I'ermanent Committee, 9 a 5 a — 14 aba 
Pruceediugs of, 10 a 5 a — 24 a 12 a — 8 



fit 12 CI 

— Pilgrims to Paray le Monial, 30 m 5 a 

— PuUtica. uses of Pleasure in, 23 a 5 </ 

— Postal Treaty with America, 14 a 5 a — 23 
a 5 a— 30 a 5 u— 12 m 6 d 

— Presbyterian Council, Election, 29 a 7 a 

— Presidential Progress, 6 w 5 a 



Paanoe {^continued). 

Punishment of ** the Cemmuniqne,'* 16 a 

11 a— 18 a 6 6 

Queens the Four of Spain, 28 m 5 c 

Revenue Returns, 28 a 12 a 

Review by Marshal MacMahon in tlie Bois 

de Boulogne, 2iJ 7 e 

Rochefort and Five other Communist Pri- 
soners, Escape of, 1 a 5 a — 2 a 5 a — 4 a 5 a — 
6 a 3 a — 8 a 5 a — 9 a 6 a — 10 a 6 a — 14 a 5 a 
— 16 aba 

Account of his Escape, 6 m 12/— 2 j 5 a 

Inquiry into the Escape, 11 a 5 a 

Precedent, 10 a 10 c 

in San Francisco, 23 m 5 a — 27 mb a 

in Sydney, on their Way to England, 1 a 

5 a— 10 a 9/— 13 a 7 6 

on his Way to London to Reproduce La 



LatUernef 4 7/i 6/ 

— Separatists, 2 m 5 a 

Prosecution of, 27 a 7 a — 1 m 12 a 



— Septennate and the Press, 13 a 7 a — 14 a 5 
a — 15 a 5 a — 16 alia 

and the Legitimists, 20 a7 d 



Silk Weavers of Lyons, Dissolution of a 

Society of, 27 a 7 a 

Society in, 2 a 8 c 

Sub- Channel Tunnel, 9 a 5 o 

Sunday Observance Bill, 8 ; 7 c 

Suppression of the Universe 13 a 7 a 

Theatre Francais, First Night at, 16 ; 7 rf 

Thiers (M.) Gold Medal Presented to by 

. the Peruvians, 9 a 5 a 

Commemorative Medallion Presented to, 

2bm7 d 

Grand Banquet in Honour of the Birth- 



day of, 18 a 5 a 

— Trade Returns, 25 a 12 a 

— Transatlantic Company, 5 m 14 a 

— Treaty with Annam, 27 / 10/ 

— Trial of Internationalists at Lyons, 24 a 12 
a~30 a 10 a 

— Universal Suffrage, 6 ; 5 ^ 

— Verdi's Requilen at the Opera Comique, 23 
)bd 

War Indemnity Loan, 6 a 3 6 



*-»_! T. 



.-:„! ^1 X' 



o-r „ T :Ka1 oq 



n,r 



I 



France and Mexico, 1 17) 12 6 

Proposed Renewal of Relations, 14 m 5 6 

and the Carlist War, 22; 12 a 

and Spam, 18 ; 9/ 

Franco- Prussian War — Prince Bismarck's Twe 

Mistakes, 5 m 12 e 
Fraser (James) on Burglaries in the City of 

London, 3/ 12 </ 
(Dr. W.) on Reform of Convocation, 23 / 

lid 
Fraser-Mackint08h(C.) on Highland Emigration 

to New Zealand, 30^' 10 e 
Freemasonry, Institution of Prince Leopold, 7 m 

bd 
French Alliance and the Late War, 8 a 7 c— 9 a 

12 a 
Bishops Juridiction in Alsace-Lorraine, 15 

aba 

Commerce, 11 a 5 a 

and German Forces Since 1871, 29 m 10 6 



Fre 



FALUEK'S index to '^TlIE TIIIES '^ KEWSPAPZB. 



[April Ito 



French Marine Insurance Offices Increase their 

Rates, 18 a 5 a 

Legitimists and Spanish Carlists, 27 a 7 a 

Embassy, 20 a 7 rf— 4 m, 7 c— 9 m 9/— 21 m 

7/— 6 j 5 d—Uj 9/— 25 ; 7/— 29^ 9 d 

Separatists, 1 m 12 a 

Vineyards and the Frost, 16 m 7/— 16 ; 

6d 
Frere (H. B. £.) on the East African SUre 

Trade, 20 m 10 r 
— on Lord Cornwallis and Permanent Settle- 
ment, 4 i' 8 e 
Friendly Societies Final Report of the Royal 

Commissioners on, 5 m 5 c 
BiU, Notes about, 15 j 10 6—16 ; 12 c— 19 

; 10 c— 22^ 8/— 30 j' 12 6 

Meetings about, 17/5 d — 19 V 8 e 

Text of the New Bill, 16 ; 6 6 

Frost in June, 22J9 e 

on the Continent, 12 m 13 a 

Fruit Qrowing in California, 11 m 8 d 

Prospects, 16^ 8 c 

Funis Funestes— a Hangman's Rope, 16 a 5/ 
Furdoonjee (Nowrozjee) on the Bombay Parscc 

Riot, 4 a 7/ 
Furious Riding, Notes about, 19 m 13/ 
Furniture for Public Offices, 8 a 7/ 

G. 
Gale. Heavy, off South Wales, 17 a 10 « 
Galet, 4 a 6 c 

Gallant Rescue, 29 m 11/— 80 m 7 6— 8i 9/ 
Gambler, State of the Market, 1 a 7 e — 25 a 7/ 

—13 m 10 6—15 m 7 6—23 m 6 d— 26 ; 7 €— 

27/116 
Game Birds, Shooting Season for Ireland, 27 m 

Gamgee (John) on Mad Dogs, 1 m 11 e 
Gainsborough, Sale of a Portrait by, 7 mSh 
Garibaldi (Gen.) Health of, 20y 8 a 
Gas Companies, State of Shares in, in every day' a 

paper 

Bahia, 27 a 8 6 

Bombay, 2 j 11 a 

Commercial, 11 a7j 

Continental Union, 29 a 12 a 

-^ — Deputation of Consumers to Government 

on the Increased Price of, 22 a 8 a 

Foreign and Colonial Company, 17 i 10 a 

Light and Coke Company, New Price of, 2 

a 6 e—S a 6 cf— 11 a 7/ 

London, 6 a 4 a — 9 a 6 c 

Metropolitan Supply, 14 a 11 c 

Montevideo, 16 a 7 6 

Niethroy (Brazil) Company, 5 m d 

Patent Gas Economizer Company, 21 m 9 a 

Phoenix, 4 a 6/ 

Shanghai, 26 m 7 6 

Surrey Consumers 9 a 6 6 

West London Gas Consumer's Company, 

Meeting of , 20 m 10 e 
Giiss (R<^bert) Real Irish Grievance, 2 a 9/ 
General Assessment Sessions: — Garston r. St. 

Marylebone Assessors, 7 m 11/ 
London Tramway's Company v. Lambeth 

Assessors. 7 m 11/— 30 //* 11 c^lj 13 6— 22j 

Ud-tiojUf 



General New River Company v, St. Maiy laUngtoo 

Assessors, 7 m 1 1 /* 
General Life and Fire Insurance Company, 1 ; 

9c 

Mining Association, 13 i 10 a 

Gentlemen's Grooms, 23 a 10/ 

German Catholic Association, Opening of the 

Meeting of, 18^6 a 

Proceedings, 19 / 5 a 

and Frencn Merchants, 3 a 9/ 

Hospital, Dalston, 29 w 5 / 

Police — Captain O'Grady s Treatment by, 

22 m 12 c 
Schoolmasters, General Congress of, 13 j 

o e 
— Society of Benevolence, Annual Festinl, 

24i7rf 

Ultramontanes, 7 m 12/ 

GERMANY:— 

Alsace k.orraine, Proceedings in, I a 5 a— 

8 a 5 a 

M. About's Paper the Dix Neuviemt Sierk, 



Forbidden to Enter, 3^ 10 a 

Anecdote of a Mother and her Child, 4 / 



7d 

Jurisdiction of French Bishops in, 15 • 

6 a— 27 a 7 a— 18 m 7 a— 4^5 a— 10; 6 a 

— Appointments, 7 a 8 a 

— Army Bill, 3 a 5 a — 4 a 5 a— 6 a 3 6—6 « 
8 <f— 10 a 5 6—11 a 5 a— 13 a 7 a— 14 a 5 «- 
14 a 11 a— 15 a 5 a— 16 a 6 a— 17 a 12 o-lS 
a 5 a — 21 a 12 a 

Compromise, 14 a 5 6 



Association of German Workmen, 13j 5« 

Banquet to Prince Hohenlohe, 26 a IS a 

Bay of lahde, 18^ 6 a 

Berlin, Grand Changing Day in, 9 c 12 ( 

Meeting to Form a National Lib«ral As- 
sociation at, I7j5a 

Robberies in, 10 j 5 a 



— Betrothal of the Grand Duke Wleduner 
with the Princess Marie of Mecklenburg, 4 ■ 
7 c— 5 m 14 6 

— Bishops and Papal Infallibility, 11 a 5 a— 
11 a 10 a 

— Bismarck (Prince) Hojdth of , 2 a 5 a— 8 s 
5 6—14 a 5 a— 16 a 6 a— 30 a 9 /— 7 m 5 a— 
23 m 6 a—Uj 5 o— 30^ 6 a 

and the Army Bill, 6 a 8 </— 8 a 5 6 

and Count Arnim, 2 a 6 o— 7 m 10 6 

the Emperor Visito, 10 a 5 a— 8 m IS ^ 



—SO ?» 5 a 

Dr. Ewald Imprisoned for Libelling, 19; 



10/ 



and the King of Italy— a False Rcpurt, 
12 m 14 a— 16 m 6 6 

Re- Affirmed by the Times, 13 » 5 a 

the Foreign Press on, 16 /n 5 6 



I 



and the King of Bavaria, 6 a 3 6 — lOo Sa 

Notices about, 1 1 a 5 a — 1 ; 7 a 

— Budget, 20 a 7 6 

— Censorship of the Press in, 18 7 12 ^ 

— Church and State in, 1 a 5 a — 8 a 6 a— 16 
a 5 a— 16 a 12/— 22 a 5 a— 28 o 12 «— 6 ii 5 
6—9 m 12 0—11 m 7 6—16 m 5 6—22 w 5 a— 
27 m 8 a— 10 / 5 a—Uj 5 «— 17 J 5 a— 20; 5 
a— 22y 7 6— 24 J 6 e-30 / 5 a 



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Germany fcfmtinved), 

Charch Candidates for the Church Decline to 

Accept Ordination from the Abp. of Breslan, 

28 m 5 a 

Cathedral Chapter of Gnesen Kefuse to 



Elect a Vicar. 17 j 5 a— 2O7 f a 

Chnrch of St. Lawrence Closed for Want 



of a Pastor, ITj 5 a 

Text of the Law for the Coercion of the 



Ultramontane Clergy, 18 m 7 € 

Vacant Bishoprics, Administration to 



Gorem, 24 i 7 a 

— Civil and Commercial Law Revision, 24 ; 

7a 

Registration of Births, Karriages and 



Deaths, 13^5 a 

Marriag^e Bill, see Marriaob. 



— Confirmation of the Eldest Son of the 
Crown Prince, 2 / 6 a 

— Consular Convention with Russia, 2\j7 a 

— Court Circular, 8 a 5 a— 25 a 12 6—1 m 12 
6—9 TO 12 tf— 11 m 7 c— 12 m 14 a— 28 m 6 a— 
5;6a— liySrt— 18; 5 a— 19^ 5 a— 20/ « fl 
— 23/6 Q— 30; 6 a 

Czar in Berlin, 4 m 7 b — 6 m 14 h — 6 m 



5 a—O m 12 a 

Royal Carriage, 9 m 12 a 



Diplomatic News, 4 o 7 a — 6 « 3 b — 8 a 5 a 

—18 a 5 ri— 1 m 12 6—2 m B u— 18 m 7 o— 19 
m 7/— 23 TO 5 a— 23 m 5 rt— 26 to 6 a — 1/ 7 a 
— 2> 5 a— 6 ;• 5 a— 19 ; 5 a— 22 ; 7 6- 27 ; 6 a 
—80/6 a 

Ecclesiastical Laws, 24 a 12 6 

Emperor and his French Cerrvspondents, 

24 o 12 c 

Federal Council, Final Sitting, 19 ; 5 a 

Finance, 29 a 7 « 

Fulda, Conference of Roman Catholic Bi- 
shops at, 20; 6 a— 24; 7 a— 25 / 5 a— 20/ 12 
o— 27. /6 a— 30/ 5 a 

the Pope Telegraphs his Blessing on the 

Conference, 27 ?" 5 a 

Gneist (Professor'^ Researches for History 

of the American Union, 25/ 5 a 

Gold Coined, 2 to 6 a— 20/ 6 a— 27/ 5 a 

Joint Stock Companies, 29 a 7 a 

Legal Changes, 26 m 7 a 

Liberal Association, Intended Establish- 
ment of, 20; 5 « 

Lucy (Cur6 of) Confirmation of Sentence 

on, 8 TO 12 6 

Marriage Law, 13/ 6 a — 15/ 7 a — 16/ 7 a 

Martin (Bp.) Notice to Appear f-^T his Sen- 
tence, 1 1 / 5 a 

Mayence, Catholic Association Meeting at, 

22/7 6— 24; 6 e 

New Currency, 8 m 12 6 

Press Law, 13 m 11/ 



— Old Catholics, 11 a 5 a 

— Order of Louise Conferred on the English 
Princesses, 17 a 12 a 

— Parliament — ^Ecelesiastical Laws, 24 a 12 
6-25 a 12 a 

• Imperial Treasury Notes Bill, 23 a 5 a 

Press Bill, 23 n 5 a— 25 a 12 a 
— Speech from Throne, 27 r/ 7 a 

T» T<»««t est « rt f 



Oermany (continued), 

Posen (Abp^) Sequestration of the Property 

of, 1 1 ;' 5 a 
Postal Convention with the East Indies, 23 

TO 6 /I 

Prussian Diet, Close of, 22 to 5 a 

Railways, 16/ 5 a 

Secret Despatches with Rome, Made Pub- 
lic, 2 a 5 a 

Strasburg, Petition to Prince Bismarck to 

Extend the City, 25 to 7 a 

Treaty with Peru, 27/ 5 a 

Trial of Criminals by Municipal Councillors) 



18/5a 

Vessels Detained by Spain to be Released, 



16 a 5 a 

Werner (Capt.) Case of. Sentence, 25/ 5 a 

—30/ 5 a 

Germany and France, 25 m 12 a — 3/ 10 a 

Gibraltar ^Bp. of) Movements of, 27 a 12 e— 25 
TO 14 a — 15/ 11 / 

Gilpin (Colonel) Accident to, at Bedford, 18 a 
6d 

Girdlestone (Canoi) on the Agricultural La- 
bourer's Lock-out, 9 a 5 /'— 14 a 10 d 

on the Proposed Ecclesiastical Legislation, 

la6d 

on the Public Worship Regulation Bill, 30 

a 10 e— 4 ; 5 « 

Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E.) on Liberal Organi- 
zation. 1 a 11 cf 

Reply to the Address of the Norwich 

Liberals, 7 to 8 a 

Saturday Review on, 6 a 10 (/ 

on Unionist Intimidation, 10; 12 c 



(Mr. and Mrs.) Return to London, 12 to 

11 /• 
Glasgow, Free Jiibrary and Museum for, 30 a 7/ 

University — the Lord Rectorship Candida- 
ture Offered to W. R. Emerson, 9 a 7 c 

Two New Chairs for, 30 a 10 « 

Glocester and Bristol (Bp. of) Congratulatory 
Deputation to on his Determined Opposition 
to Ritualism, 19 to 13 / 

Glover (Capt.) Visits Highclere, 18 a 9 / 

(Capt. Sir J.) on the Volta Expedition, 14 

TO n/' — 16 TO 6/ 

Goddard (Geo.) on the Licensing Bill, ^jTf 

Gedfray (Hugh C.) Defence of the Princess 
Bonaparte, 19/ 8 (/ 

Gold Coast, Meeting of the Geographical Society 
to hear Returned Officers' Account about, 12 
m 14e~14 to 9/ 

English Poetry in, 10 to 12/ 

Mortality in. 14 m 12 e 

see ASUANT£E. 

Goldsmith (Oliver) Centenery of, 4 a 10 a 
Goldsmith's Company, Grand Ball at, 7 to 5 rf 
Good Example — Adulteration Act in New York, 

Friday, 4 a 5 e 

Consumption of Tobacco on, 8 a 9 /" 

Goodliffe (F. G.) on the Cape Diamond Fidds, 23 

a 6a 
Gordon (Col.) Exploring Eipeditioiv se^e Afeica. 
Qt^vcrnment and tlie Farmers, 23 m 8 b 



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PALMKU'd INDEX TO " TlIE TIMES *' NEWSrAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Government and Guaranteed Securities Perma- 
nent Tniit, 30 a 7 A 
Grant (Albert) in Leicester Square, r» « Ob 

(President) on the Currency Bill, G m 5 f 

Graves (Edw.^) of Avonsde, Price Sale List of 

his Objects of Art and Vertu, 24 a 10 d 
Gray*8 Inn — Grand Day at, hjSa 

Awarii of Prizes, 5 ; 5 a 

Great Britain Mutual Life Assurance Society, 

Idm 8 a 

Towns^ Estimated Population of, 20 m 5 </ 

OBEEGE:- 

Constitutional Government in, 16 j 14 a 

Diplomatic News, 20 ; 6 6 

Extradition with Foreign Powers, 1 1 iw 7 c 

Ministeri^il News, 1 a 5 6 — ^30 a 6 a — 1 wi 12 

t— 4 m 7 c— 8 m 12 I — 11 m 7 c 

Party Government in, 8 a 10 fr 

Passports Required for, 17 j 5 a 

Greek Antiquities and Dr. Schliemann, 6 a 3 c 

—18 a 6 c 
Green Fruit, SUte of the Market, 6 a 4 c— 11 a 

7 6—18 a 10 rf— 25 a 7/— 2 m 11 6—9 w 7 «— 

23 m 6 </— 30 m 6 c— 6 / 10 e— 13^ 10 6—20 j 

10 c— 27yil 6 

Tea, Notes about, 4 j 6/ 

Wax, Danger of Fire from, 22 m 6/ 

Greenwich Hospital Reports, 22 a 9/ 

Grtfsham Lectures, 22 m 1 1 6 

Grey (Maria G.) on the Education of Girls, 16 

a of 
Grocers' Company "Restoration Banquet," 30 

m76 

Banquet to Sir Bartle Frere, 23 a 5 « 

Freedom of, Granted to Ashantee Officers, 

30m76 

Licenses, 1 / 13 c 

and Publicans, 1 a 6/ 



Grosvenor (Earl) Majority Festivities, IG a 5 s 
(Richard) on King's College Hospital, 12 m 

12 r/ 
Guano Peruvian, Notes about, 3 a 6 a — 14 a 7 c 

—8 ) 8 a 
Notices about, 16 a 7 a — 14 m 7 c— 16 m 10 

a— 13/10 a 
Large Deposits in South Peru, 1 1 m 14 c — 

12 WI 13 a— 20 w 10 c 

Import Returns, 23 a 6/— 22 »i 10 / 

Peruvian Fields, low 7 d 

Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, 4 

Guatemala, Gross Outrage on Mr. Magee the 
British Vice Consul at, 14 m 5 a — 19 //* 7 6 — 
25 m 9 c— 26 m 5 a—(>j 12 a— 19 / 5 f 

Col. Gonzales, his Sentence Well Merited, 

30»i7e— 18i5 6 

Note about, IS m 7 f 



Guest (Ivor B.) on the Poole Election, 30 m 8 a 

-Bj 10/ 
— — (Arthur K) on the Poole Election, 30 i» 8 a 

— 2j 10« 
Guildhall New Library — Testimonial lo Dr. 

Saunders the Librarian, 8/ 10 c 

Visit of the Czar to. Notices, 24 a 7 c 

Gunpowder, Export Returns, 11 a 5 t/— 2i* m 5 e 
Gumey (John) on the Launceston Election, 30 

yi2c 



Gutta Pcrcha, Import Returns, 29 m 6 </ 

H. 

Hadfield (Col.) on the Army an 1 Militia, 3 a 5/ 
Iladley (D. A.) on Arkansas, 28 u 10 6 

(O. A.) on the Arkansas Debt, 27 a 8 a 

Hailstorm at Milan, 22 i 8 /* 
Half-Crowns, Re- issue of. 20 a Gf 

First Issue of the New, 5 m d d 

Hall Bam Park Estate. Sale of, 9 n ft n 

Halle (Charles) Pianoforte Recitals, Sketch of, 

\2me f 
Hammersmith Bridge Company, 6 m 10 J 
Hams, Foreign, Import Retunis, 13 a 9/ 
Hand in Hand Fire and Life Assurance Societr, 

ll»i8a 
Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace, see Car- 

BTAL Palacb. 
Hangman's Rope — an Unluckj Purchase, 16 

o5/ 
Happy Man— Mr. Hepner of the United States, 

9;6y 
Hard and Fast Lines, 18 f 7 e 

see Silk Trade. 

Hare (A. J. C.) on Luggage Robberies in Ital/, 

SO m 7 e 
Harington (E, C.) the Exeter Reredos, 23 a 11/ 
Harm^ worth (Alfred) Wanted a Police Van for 

Bradford, 8 to 8 a— 12 / 12 6 
Harrington (Richard) on Count j Court Impri- 
sonment for Debt, 22 a 10 6 
Harris (Edw.) on Weighing Grain, 20 a 8 a 
(John) on the Belgravian Naisance, 1 « 

12 cf 
Harrow School, Award of Entrance Scholarships, 

8 rt 5 6—4 o 7 6—26 m 6/ 

Speech Day, 16 J 7 e 

Harrowby (Lord) on the Thames Embankment, 

11 a8c 
Harvard College, Bequest of Senator Sumner to, 

28 m 6/ 
Harvest Prospects, 6 a 9 6 
Harvey (Dr. Wm.) Memorial Window to, at 

Folkestone Church, 9 a 7 / 
Hassall (Dr. A. H.) on the Adulteration of Food, 

26 w 7/*- 8y6e 
Hats, Change of Fashion, ZO m7 d 
Havannah, Insurrection in, 28 m 10/ 
Hawaii, the King Deprecates any Cession of 

Territory to the United States, 22 tn 5 a 
Hawaiian Volcano, a Lady*8 Visit to, 30 m 10 6 
Hayman (Rev. Dr.) Presented by Mr. Disraeli 

to the Living of Oldingham, 24 a 9/ 

Testimonial Fund, 23 w 12 c 

(J. M.) on the Licensinjr Act, 1 ; 13 e 

Hayti and the Samana Bay Convention, 7 

a 3 a 

Treasury Deficit, 30y 5 6 

the Defaulter Demanded from the Ameri- 



can Consulate, 80^ 5 6 
Head Masters of Public Schools, Notes about, 1 

a 10 6 
Health, Public, Act of 1872, 4 a 6 a 
Weekly Return of the Registrar-General, 3 

a 4/— 9 a 12 c— 17 a 4 c— 24 a 4/— 1 « 4 e- 

11 m 6/— 18 m 6/— 21 m 6/— 27 m 5 e— 6/4 

/•— 15 J 6/-24 re e-26 / 4 / 



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palmer's index to the ^^ TIMES " NEWSPAPBB. 



lletlth, Rcg^istrar-Gcncral of Ireland's Annual 
iletam, '6 a 5/ 

— of Scotlanl, Official Ueturn, 24 a 12 A— 1 j 
12 f 

Hetith (F. G.) on Victoria Park, IG a 8 6 
lleavtfo Forbid—a New Tichborue Suit, 27 

Uedlejr (Roman Catholic Bp.) and the FreBS, 21 

alOe 
Hemp, State of tke Market, 18^ 7 a 
Heoley Hall Estate, Sab of, 11 ; 12 ^ 

— (Rt. Hon. J. W.) his Dinner at the Mer- 
chant Taylor's Hall. 29 ; U c 

Ilenry (Mitchell) Elinburgh Review and Home 
Ealen, Maid 

Herbert (J. K.) on the Landseer Collection, 15 
M8a 

Berries (C. J.) on Sir Alex. Spearman's Retiring 
Pension, 8/ 10 e/ 

Hertford (Lord) on the Birmingham Conserva- 
tive Meeting, 15 a 6/ 

Hereon (Dr. Alex ) on Professor Schiff at Flor- 
ance, 3 a 4 « 

Hesaarlik Inscriptions, 16 m 7/ 

Heugh (John) Price Sale List of the Collection 
of Water Coloar Drawings, &c., of, 27 o 9 /" 

Hewson (J. B.) on Irish Kail war Guarantees, 6 
m 10 d 

Heygate (W. U.) on Reduced Grants to Elemen- 
tary Schools, 27 a 9/ 

Hidden Treiisures— the Indian Museum and Li- 
brary. 5 i/i J 2 d 

Hides Slate of the Market, 3 ci 6 c— 9 m 70—22 
m 11 b^kij 10 t—Vdj 10 C—20J 10 c 

High Tide, Preparations for, 16 a 10/— 20 a 9 A 

Tides liccorded in the Saxon Chronicles, 

23a 7 c 

Water at London Bridge, see afler SHiprrNo 

IsTKLLiOENCE III every day* 8 paper. 

Highgate School, Dr. Dyne's Farewell Sermon, 1 
a 9/ 

Highway Robbery, Notes about, 14 m 11/ 
Highways, Return of Alileage, &c., 13 a 9 e 
HUl (Frederick) on the Farm Labourers' Lock- 
out, 2m 5 d 
Hind (J. R.) on M. Coggia's Comet, 6 / 7/ 

— on the Comet, 24 ; 12 e 

Holker (— ) at Preston, 21 a 12 6 
HOLLAND:-. 

■ Appointments, 11 m 7 c 

• — Budget, 16i 7 a 

— Celebration of the King's 25th Anniversary 
of his Accession, 12 m 14 a— 13 m 5 a-^li m 5 
^14 m 10/— IG m 6 6—20 mi 12 «— 21 m 7 a 

• Finances, 15 j 7 b 

" — Ministerial Crisis in, 23 j 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 20job 

' — - Naval Estimates, 22 ; 7 6 

Proclamation of the King on his Jubilee, 
18flil2« 

Holmes (W. W.) on Mexican Bonds, 14 a 7 c 
■ — (J. w.) on the Beckcnham Railway Grie- 
vance, 30 m 6 « 
Holy Well of St. aement in the Strand, 1 to 12 c 

Sepulchre and the Riot of Christians, 8 m 

10 c 



Home and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 

18; 7 a 
for Little Boys, Annual Summer Fete, 30 i* 

Rule and the Irish Elections, 6 a 6 d 

at Manchester, 20^' 8 b 

■ Meeting at the House of Commons about, 

20 jSb 

and Protection, 23 a 7/ 

Rulers and Repealers, 6 m 11 5 

in England, 17^ 9/— 18j^" 12 d 

Teaching Society for the Blind, Annual 



Meeting, 18 m 9 c 
Homer ( — ) on the Extension of a Coalfield, 8 a 

7/ 
Hop Districts and the Frost, 22 m 9/ 

Prospects, 1 j 13 6—8 ; 8 c—lBj 8 c 

State of the Market, 13 a 9 cf- 14 a 7 (/— 

21 a 10 /— 27 a 8 /*- 28 a 10 c— 4 m 9 t/— 5 m 
9 /— 11 ?n 8 6—12 TO 13 6—18 to 8 «— 19 m 13 
6—21 TO 9 c/— 25 TO 8 e— 1 j 9/— 2 ; 11 c— 8 j 
8 «— 9y 12 e—22j 8 c— 23; 10 rf-29 / 8 (/— 
80i 11 6 

Worcester Market, 27 to 5 d 

Hopkins (W. B.) on Reform of Convocation, 26 
jlOe 

Horsemanship, New System of, at Vienna, 9 j 
Be 

Horses, Export Returns, 11 a 6/ 

from the Argentine Republic, 8 to 11 a 

for Campaigning, Association at Vienna to 

Give Prizes to the Best, 9 ; 5 e 

Sale of, at Hounslow, 2 j 1 1 a 

Great, at York, 27 a 13 y 

Show at Manchester, l4 to 10 6 

at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, 8 j 



12 e—dj 7 d 
Horticultural Show at thr People's Club Gardens 

Willesdon, Presentation of Prizes, \oj9f 
Hospital for Sick Children, Annual r.Ceeting, 21 

rn 13 6 

for Diseases of the Throat, 14 m 11 c 

Sunday and Saturday Fund, 13 a 12 « 

Corporations of London and Westminster 

at the Abbey on, the First Time, 17 j 9/ 

Donations Towards Sent to the Mansion 



House, 10 ; 6/— 20 ; 12 6— 25y 6/ 

Fund, 22 to 6/— 29 to 6/— liy 9/ 

Amounts Sent in from the Churches, 16 



; 14 6— 18/10 C-2GJ7/ 

Meetings about, 5 ; 10/ 

Notices about, 11 ; 9/— liy 12 6 

Services, 15 j 9 o 

Announced, 13/9/ 



Saturday, Meeting to Organize, 24 a 11 6 

Houghion (Lord; Hala, on Livingstone, 20 a 

12 b 

on Railway Accidents, 30 a 7 cf 

Household Suffrage in Counties, Notes about, 

15 TO 5 cf— 16 m 8 6—18 m 11 /— 
HOUSE OF LORDS:— 

Roll of, 1 a 9/ 

Agra Bank &c. r. Barry and others, 16 i 

13 c 

' Bain and another v. Fothergill and others, 

2ij 12/ 

RpiihrPK M "Mnrfh T-nn#lnn nailwav 9<1 » 19! /" 




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PAUAEU'S INDEX TO " THE TIUE8 " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



House of Lords (coutinued). 

Beattieand others v. Lord Ebury &c., 13 m 

11 a- 21 m 13 c 

Cooper and others i\ Cooper, 7 w 11 rt 

Courtenay an<l others o. Countess of Hothes, 

rmUa 

Dawkins v. Lord Rokeby , 7 m 1 1 q 

East London Railway v. Wliitechurch &c., 

18 m 13 a— 21 m 13 c 

Great Western Uailway v. May, 297 12/ 

Lakeman v. Mountstephen, 7 w 11a 

Macbeth and others r. Ashley and others, 



18a Ua 
Mar Peerage, 6/11 a— 8 ; 18 flf— 9/ 18 a 

—17; lie 
Metropolitan Board of Works v. M*Carthy, 

247 12 / 
Mordaunt Diyorce Case, 16 m 11 a — 18 m 7 

/— 23yila 
North Eastern Railway v. Wanless, 22 a 

10/ 



Retirement of Mr. Stone Smith, 16 i 8 c 
— Saxby and another v. Climes and another, 
24/12/ 

Wilson V Legh and others, 19 ; 11 a 



i 



House of Notables, 6 a 9/ 

Moving in Canada, 9 aJOd 

Painters, Case of Award by Bp. of Man- 
chester, 7 a 5 d 

Howell (GeorgeJ on the Friendly Socities Bill, 
15> 10 b 

Howgates Day and Holt, 20 ^ 10 c 

Hudson's Bay Company, Ci 10 a — 19 ^ 10 a & b 

Hungary: — Court Circular, 17 a 12 a 

— Diplomatic News, 19 m 7 a 
Easter in, 27 a 6d 

Ecclesiastical Bills in, Sml2 b 

Finances, 14 m 5 a 

Meeting of the Diet, 14 rw 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 1 ?« 12 6 — 2 m 5 6—24 

17 b 
Hulbert (Edw.) on the Stroud Elecflon, 9 m 12 e 
Human Remains, Discovery of at Stranton, 1 a 

6d 
Hunting (Wm.) on Rabies and Hydrophobia, 4 

a7«— 8 aSd—5m 13/ 
Hut ton (Geo. C.) on the Church Patronage in 

Scotland, 4 f 10 d 
Hyde Park Flowers, Why Not Sceated, G a 3 c 
Hydraulic Lift at Malta, 27 a 12 b 
Hydrophobia from a Bite by a Cat, 2 a 11 e 

Among Sheep, 13 a 9 6 

' M. Bouly on Preventing, 29 « 11 / 

as a Contagious Disease, 4 a 7 e— 7 a 8/— 

8a8d 

Dr. Domett Stone's Advice about, d a 5 f 

Mr Hawkins on, 22 mOj 

the Medical Prets on, 14 i/i 10 5 

Suet a Cure for, 10 w II j 

Mr. Youatt on, 22 m 9/ 

I. 

Iceland, Ezploratiofts in, 12 7/1 10 b 

— New Constitution on its Millicnary Anni- 
versary, 2j A rf— 19 j A d 

Public Library, 2j 4 d 

Tlald ATI T.ivtntrstnno 90 n ^9. h 



Illiterate Voter, Examination of, 30 a 9 /* 
Import Returns, 9 a 6 a — 8 in 11 « — ^9 j 12 c— 

13; 10 a 
Imposture — Fee Money, 14 m 11/ 
Imprisonment for Debt, 16 a 11/— 17 a lOtf- 

22 a 10 6—27 a 13 «— 27 m7 d 
Improved Industrial Dwellings, I / 8 € 
Inchiquin (Lord) on the Irish and Scotch Peer- 
ages, 13 CI 7/ 
Incident in the Irish Channel, 4 a 8 </ 
Income of Londoners, 27 a 13/ 

Tax on Foreign and Colonial Stocks, 24 / 



Uf 



New Tax, 20 m 12 a 
Notices about, 23 a 12 c 
Payers, 28 m 6 c 
Revenve, 14 a 4 ^ 



Indecent Prints Large Seizure of, in Pimlic(v U 

86 
INLIA:— 
Army, Retiring Lt. Colonels Offered an 

Annuity, 29j 7 a 

Ataligh Ghazee, Accounts of, IS m 8 e 

Bengal Life — Award for Best Novel on, S 

m lid 

Census and Taxation of, 16^ 13 a 



— Bombay, Parsee Riota in, 1 a 6 / — i a 7/ 
—7 a 4/— 9 a 8 6 

Sixt^'-two Prisoners on Trial fer, 1 o 6 / 

—2 mil i— 18in8c 

— Breech Loaders to be Supplied to the 
Troops, ^3>M 10/ 

— Budget, 25 a 12 a— 18 m 9 a 

— BuU Fight, 13 m 10/ 

— Burmah (King of) Sends Embassies to 
Russia and Persia, 13 m 10/ 

— Buxa Divar, Riots at, 1 1 m 5 a 

— Calcutta, Seventh Annual Fine Art Ex- 
hibition Preparing, \7 j 7 e 

— Chinese Burial Ground at Canunateepoon 
to be Closed, 27 a 14 c 

— Cholera in, 17j 7 c 

— Commercial News, 4 a 6 a — 13 a 7 c— 20fl 
7 c— 27 a 7 6—4 m 7 c— 11 m 7 c— 18 « 7 ^- 
23 m 5 a— 25 m 7 6—1 3 7 b—Sj 7 6— iSj 7 b 
— 22;7c— 29i7a 

— Famine in Bengal, 3 a 5 a — 6 a 3 c— 9 a 5 
a— 10 a 5 a— 13 a 7 a— 14 a 6 a— 16 a 5 a— IB 
a 6 a— 20 a 7 o— 21 a 12 a— 25 a 12 a-2Ul 
a— 27 a 12 a— 28 a 12 a— 29 a 12 A 30 o5« 
—1 m 10 a— 1 m 12 a— 2 m 6 a — i m 7 6—4 « 

12 a— 6 TO 6 a— 7 m 5 a—13 si 6 a — 14 m 5 o- 
18 TO 7 a— 18 TO 12 a— 19 to 7 a— 20 m 12 a- 
22 TO 6 a— 25 to 7 «— 28 w 5 a— 1 j 7 a-^j W 
«— lOi 6 a— liy 5 a— 16 ; 7 a— 16; 7 fl-16; 

13 a—l7j 6 a— 18 ; 5 o— 22^ 7 a— 24/ 7 a- 
25>5 a— 26y 12 o— 27 j 5 a— 297 7 a—^j 1- 
a--30 1* 5 a 

Correspondents on, 18 7 10 a— 26j 4rf 

FataUties of , 1 a 5 a— U a 5 a-22jU 

Fleet, 13 a 7/ 

Jewish Fund for, 19 to 11 e 

ManchesteT Fund for, 1 m 12 6 

Mansion House Fuad, 3 a 6 6 — 10 « 12 » 

—14 a 12 r— 15 a 10 a— 21 a 10 6—28 a 5/- 
28 a 7 d—5 m 9/- 13 m 10 d— 18 m 12 rf-28 

n» fi n 1 « iM^ /T 97 V 1 9 r an 1 Ji /I 



June 30, 1874.] pai.mku's index to " the timk:!j " nlwspapeb. 



luq 



India O^ntinvbed), 

Bengal Famine, Meeting at, about, 15 a 10 

a— 1>9/— 2i Urf— 3 /9/-24> 12 6 

and the Mayor of Liverpool, 17 a 9/— 25 



alOe 



Notes about, 26 ; 7 rf 
— on the Fund to Relieve, 2 a 5 h 
on the Mortality, 24 .« 7/ 



Private Letter on, 16 w 11/ 

Relief Officers, 8 ; 7 e 

Special Narr<iiive of, 18 a 12 a— 1'6 m 10 a 

— I7IO a 

the Spectator on 22 y 8 e 

Telegrams about, 6 a 3 «— 20 a 7 a— 22 a 5 

0—2^ a 5 a— 11 m ^ a- 2j 5 a — 87 7 a— 15 ^ 

7o— 22/7n— 29; 7 a 

Famine in Durbunga, 4 m 12 6 

at Tirhoot, 6 « 3 a— 6 a 10 a— 13 </ 7 «— 

14 a 12 a— 18 a 12 a— 21 a 10 a— 18 m 12 6— 

19 m 14 a— 9> 12 a— 29^ 12 a 

Notes about, 21 n 10 a 

Saireity of Water :n, II m 5 a 

Formasan Expedition, \7 j 7 c 

Forsyth's Mtosion, see Yarktnd 

Ganges, Opening of the First Bridge Over, 

9y7fl 
Hall (J. O.) Seized with MadnesF at Raroia 

and'Shoots Three Natives Dead, 2 w 1 1 d -26 

ml e 
Hindoo Traders Released from Disabilitic, 

13 m 10/ 
— Import Returns, 18 a 5 c 

Irrigation and Canals in, 18 a 12 6 

— • the Jabufpur Chronicle, the only English 

Paper Discontinued, 2j5h 

Koloat Diffculty, 27 a 14 c 

Land Tax, 21 a 12 a— 28 a 12 a— 26 m 5 e 

Mahomedanism, European Pervets to, 18 /« 

8c 
■ — Military News, 6 a 10 c 
Miscellaneous News, 6 a 10 c — 18 m 10 y^ 

26m 7 «— 2/6 b 
— - Native Officials in, Return of, 6 i 7 e 

Orissa Salt Duty lieduced, 23 a 5 a 

Out! am Statue at Calcutta, 2 m 1 1 ^ 

Unveiling of and Lord Napier's Eulogy, 



25m 7 a 

Railways, ISj 7 a 

RainfaU in, 23 j 6 6—24 ; 6 a 

Sylhet, Permanent ^Settlement Lands in, 

26 J* 12 a 
• War News, 18 a 5 c 

— Whale in the Mahee River, Killed by the 
ViUagers, 18 a 5 c 

India Office and Sir George Campbell, 13 m 9 f 

• Appointments, 27jue 

Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works, 

la7a 
Indian Affurs and the Manchester Chamber of 

Commerce, 29 a 12 « 
— Civil Service — Successful Candidates, 5 m 

12/i-30il0c 

Engineering College, 8 m 10 / 

Coast Surveys, lOj 11 c 

— Councils, Bill to Amend the Law about, 1 
y 14 c— 18 ; 6 a— 20 j o/—26j 5 n 

Famine Fund of 1861. 23 m 9 /" 



Indian Government Securities, Prices of Shares, 

t« every day's paper, 
Office Museum and Library, Notes about, 5 

m 12 £^—15 m 10 a 

Natural History Collections, 13 m 10 e 

Parcel Post, 16 a 6^ 

Indiana Mystery, 25 a\\i d 

Indigo Crop, 3 fi 5 a — 27 a 12 />— 6 j 6 a 

State of the Market, 14 a 7 /"—IS o 7 /— 

16 a If—U a 10 6—18 a 10 rf— 21 a 11 a— 29 

ol2 6— 16»« 7 a 
Infant Nursery and Mission Room, Welldose 

Square, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh 

Open, 247 7 « 

for the Children of Seamen, 25 m 14 6 

Orphan Asylum Annual Meeting, 30 m 10/ 



Infected Clothes, Destruction of, \ m 10 (2 

Houses, 18 / 7 o 

Inglorious Ease — a Farmer's Life, 10 a 5 5 
Innocent Prisoners, 12 m 13 c— 14 m 11/— 18 

m 13 6 
Inns of Court, Examinations, 18 a Us 
INQUESTS :— 
on Sarah Ann Adams, Rilled at King's 

Cross Station. 1 7 7 9 / - .0 ; 1 1 a 
on John Thos. Aldridge, Killed in a Fight, 

16a 5 « 
on Mr. Alfred Bagley, Shot by Accident at 

Barnes, 30 / 12 d, 
on Mrs. Baines, KilleJ at Brock Station, 24 

yil/ 
on Margaret Bell, Murdered at Hackney 

Wick, 11 w 14 6 
on Richard Bennett, Killed in Getting from 

a Bus, 2 7 11 « 

on John Blair and his Murdered Wife and 



Children, 21 m 10 c 

on Abraham Branch, Killed at the Alex- 



andra Palace, 28 a 12 c 

on James Bray, Killed by Falling into 



Chilk Pit, 24^7 6 

— on John and William Bull, Drowned while 
Bathing at Sevington, 11 j 12 d 

— on Ruth Butcher, Murdered at North Per* 
rott, 21 o 9 /• 

— on Mrs. Ellen Clay, Killed at the ShadweR 
Heath Level Crossing, 25 m 7 6 

on John Connors, Killed in a Quarrel, 17 



jhd 

— on Benjamin Cranlev, Starved to Death, 7 
m 10/ 

— on Ellen Davles, Murdered near Wolver- 
hampton, 16 a 5 e 

on Mrs. Bethiah Donne. Found Drowned in 



the Ouse at Bedford, 14 a 5 ^ 

on Richard Eddy, Killed in a Trade Dispute 



at the Tyne Dock. 5 ilO 

on William Elgar, Killed when ** Larking" 



at the Temple Club. I a 7 n 

on Mr. Bryant Elines, Killed at the HoUo- 



way Station, 23 a 7 ri 

— on Edward Foley, a Suicide, 12 m 
14 b 

— on Michael Foy, Kicked to Death at Barns- 
ley. 6 a 3 c 

— on John Fry, Killed at St. Pancras Junc- 
tion, 26 / 11 a 



Inq 



PALMEB^S INDEX TO ^' THE TIMSS *' NBWSPAFBB. 



[April 1 tu 



InqiiMts (contmued). 

^ — on Sir Stephen Gljnne, who Died Suddenly 

in the Street, 20 i 7 d 
— on Louisa Godwin, Murdered hy her Hub- 

band, 27 a 7 6 
•— on Mrs. Haines, Murdered by her Husband, 

26i7d 
•«— on Georgina Florence Hall, Drowned in the 

Thames, SO a 5 d 
— ^on Fisher Heffell, Found Drowned at 

Southend, 2 a 11 a 
— ^ on Mary Ann Hofmann, a Suicide, 12m 

14 6 

— on Angelina Hoy, Accidentally Shot by a 
Child at KingsUni, 30 / 5 € 

— on James Jackson, Killed from Inhaling 
Choke Damp in a Coal Pit, 3 a 6 e 

— on William John King, Drowned in the 
Medway. nil2d 

on Norman Henry Longhurst, a Suicide, 

30 m 11 cf 
on Mrs. Fanny Sarah Lovelock, a Suicide, 

22 ;• 12 d 
-— — on a Man, Foxmd Drowned in the Thames, 

9j 13/ 
•— — who Committed Suicide at Hackney, 18 

j6b 
and Woman, Found in the Regent's 

Canal, 18 a 12 6 
— ^ on Edward Mamey, Ekilled in a Quarrel at 

Stratford, 18 / 6 6 
'—— on Esther Marson, Killed at Woodford Level 

Crossing, 2 a 5 e 
^— on A&. W. Edw. Matthews, Killed at Ealing 

Station, 18^ 12 d 
•^^ on Thos. M'Grath, Stabbed at Gravesend, 

\bm\0 d 

on Eliza Merritt, Found Starved to Death, 



6a3e 

— - on Harriet Merrifield, a Suicide, 15 m 12a 
— - on Mrs. Miffin, a Suicide, 22 a 9/ 
— - on Mrs. Eliz. Morgan, Killed at the Merthyr 

Railway Accident, IG j 12 d 

— on James Munday, Killed at Catcrham 
Junction, 1 1 ; 12 c^ 

on Arthur Markha» Nesficld, Thrown from 

his Horse and Killed, 20^ 8 6 

— — on Jane Newman, Murdered by her Mother 
at Hoxton, 8 a 6/ 

^-— on J. E. Noble, Killed at HoUoway Station, 
2yil« 

^— on WiUiam Norman, a Waterloo Veteran, 
6 m 5 6 

— ^ on Private Pearson, Murdered by a Com- 
rade, 21 a 8 a 

'^— on Professor Phillips, who Died from Fall- 
ing Down Stairs at Oxford, 27 a 12 b 

^— on Charles Poulter and Frederick Bingham, 
Killed by the Falling of a Wall at Limehouse, 
30 a 10/ 

on WiUiam Reeves, Killed by Falling from 

a Scaffold at Bethnal Green, 24 ? 7 6 

— on James Rickaby, a Suicide, 4^ 6 « 

•^— on Wm. Roberts, Killed by Lightning at 
Hackney Wick, 28 m 6/ 

— on Joseph Sawtell and Frederick Gillett, 
Drowned on the Lea, 8 a 5 d—\\ a 12 / 



InqueetB {continued), 

on Walter Scott, a Lad, at Portsmouth, 

Killed by the Evening Salute, Ujbd 
on James Badcock Sedgeficld, s Suicide, 27 

a 7 e 



— on Catherine and Agnes Sergison, Bomt to 
Death at Nethersel, 14 m 11 e 

— on Abraham Simkin and l1io$. Wormall, 
Killed on the Ere wash Canal Railway Bridge, 
11 m 12 d 

— on Wm. Slater, Found Drowned at Margit^, 
7 m 12 6 

on Henry Griffiths Stanley, who Died after 



Being Chastised at School, 24> 7 6 
— on the Fifty Sufferers by the Dukinfield 
Colliery Accidv-nt, 30 a 12 «— 9 m 10 ^—11 « 
14 6— 297 9 e 

Higham Thomas, Killed at Higgins's 



on 



Brei* ery, 9 w 1 1 f 

— on Edward Thompson, Killed in a Quamrl 
at Gainsborough, \7j^/ 

— on James Topliso, Killed at the Collision 
near Knight wick, 4 m 7/ 

— on James Turner, Killed at King*8 Cross 
Station, 17 j^f 

— on Mary Walker, who Died from luhslii^ 
Chloroform, 8 m 11 c 

on William Watford, KiUed by Getting Oat 



of a Train in Motion, 21 m 9/ 

— on a Watercress Woman, who was Ran 
Over by a Van on London Bridge. 4J Ca 

— on Pamela White, KiUed by Getting Out 
of a Train in Motion, 21 m 9/ 

OB a Woman, a Suicide at llHlIsham, 24 j 8 </ 



Institute of France, Election of Members, 1 a \^J 

of Water Colour Painters, 23 a 12 a 

Institution of Civil Engineers, 1 7 a 7 /— 21 m UJ 
Insurance Companies, State of Shares in, in evtry 

day's paper, 

Law, 22 m 11 rf 

and Liquidation Cases, 22 m\\ d 

International Agricultural Exhibition, at Breoicn, 

(opening of, \hj 7 b 
• Awards of Prizes, 17^ 5 a — 18 j 5 a— 19 

I 5 a—20j 5 a-22y 7 A— 24i 7 a 

Bouquet to the Commissioners at, 22j 7 A 

King of Saxony at, 22 ; 7 fc 

Arbitration, 19 ; 5 a 

Cholera Conference, 9j 7 a- I2j5a 

Congress of Orientailists, 13 m 12 c 

for Preventing Cruelty to AnizoaLs 13 



j 7 rf— 23 ; 11/— 26 ; 10 «— 

— Difficulty, for Italy, 8 a 12 a 

— Exhibition — Admissions, 10 a 7 /*— 13 a 13 
a— 14 a 9 f—l5 a 9 a— 1 7 a 10 c— 20 a 12/- 
22 a 11 d— 23 a 11/--24 a 7 /— 25 a 12 «-23 
a 11 s— 29 a 12 e— 1 tn 10 c— 4 m 8 /— 6 « H 
c— 6 m 10 /— 7 m 7 a— 8 m U 6—9 m 7 a-U 

■ m 12/— 18 m 10 a— 14 m 6 e— 16 m 10 b—U* 
11 e— 21 m 7 /— 23 m 6 rf— 26 i» 7 e— 28 m€c 
—29 m 6 e— 2 y 11 a— 3; 7 e— 4 j 6 r-6; «« 
—8; 11 /•— 9/11/— 11 j 10 0—127- 12 a-13; 

10 e— 15 ? 13 /— 16; 13 fl— 17 ; 9 /— 18; '« 
—Id J 11 c— 20 j 6 «— 22i 11 /•— 28 ; 10 5-24 
J 18 e— 25 j 12 *— 26 j 10 A— 29 / 13/-30/ 

11 c 

Award of Medals, 8 ih 12 d 



June 30, 1874.] palubr's ikdbz to *^ thb tdcbs *^ newsfaper. 



Iro 



International Exhibition — Bookbinding and Lea- 
thenrork at^ 24 j 5 e — 277 6 c 

Enamels for, S a 10 d 

■ Lace at, 21 ml b 

Meetings of the Commissioners, 11 « 12 

c— IS7 12 a 

Notices of, 4 m 8 e 

Opening of, 7 a 4 a 

Picture Galleries of, 30 m 7 c 

Wines at the Royal Albert Hall, 14 ;n 7 c 

Working Men's Club and Lectures in, 3 

i7e 

Exhibitions, Notes about, 9 i 6 

Law Congress at Brussels, 30 m 5 a 

— ~ at Marseilles, $ee Frutcb. 

Patent Pulp and Paper Company, 30 m 6 a 

• Rights in Time of War, Congress at Brus- 
sels to Consider, 2^5 c— 4 ; 6 a — 10 j 5 a — 16 
i 5 (/— 26 7 12 a 

Notes about, 15 j' 8 A 

/\in/-Aon,24>ll/* 



Intoxicating Liquor Act Amendment Bill, Notes 
about, 14 m 7 A— 26 m 4 f—'^Aj 9 / 

Inundations in Istria, 14 m 5 a 

Inrestments — Bank of Ireland Stock the Best, 9 
ml e 

IRELAND:— 

Abercom (Duke of) New Staff, I a 5 6 

Addresses to, 22 a 5 c--2U a 7 </— 30 a 5 

</— 18 m 9 6 

Entry into Dublin, 13 a 8 «- 



•16 o 5 e— 
18 a 10 e— 20 a 9 a 

National Teacher's Association Deputa- 



tion to. 27 9/— 4j 7 rf 

St. Patrick's Day Ball, 27 a 9 rf 



— Agrarian Outrage at Deruasecra, Attem ptcd 
Murder of Mr. Whitford. 29 a 7 d— 2 /« 6 6— 
29 m 7c 

on a Bailiff named Coyle, at Cloncgath, 



ImlOti 

— Attorney and Soltciters' Society, Meeting 
of, 25 m 13 6 

— Carroll Libel Case, 17 / 7 c 

— Catholic Unirersity — Dedication of, 29 m 7 
c— 1; 12fl 

and the ConsenratlTe Government, 22 j 



10 a 



— Cork, Robbery of Arms at, 22 m 5 a 
Farmer's Club, 67 8 r 

— Dis-established Church and Its Surplus 
Fund, 1 a 6 </— 18 a 8 e— 29 aid 

Address to the Viceroy, 29 a 7 cf 
Reyised Prayer Book, 9 a 7 c— 15 a\2d 



—16 a 11 6 

Statistics, 16 / 12 « 

Synodical Meetings, 11 a 10 e— 16 a 11 & 



—18 a 10 e— 24 a 12/— 1 m 10 rf— 8 m 12 d 
— Dublin — Banquet to Col. Taylor on his Re- 

Election for, 13 o 8 e 

Cattle Show, 23 a 9/ 

Lord Lieutenant at, 24 a 12 / 

Lord Mayor of, Aetion for a Caricature, 



16/12/ 

Stock Exchange, 1 a 9 /— 9 a 1 c— 1 1 a 

10 e— 16 a 11 fl— 25 a 12 €—29 a 12 c— 18 m 9 
b— 25 m 8 «— ?9 m 6 6—1 j 12 A— 6 ; 10 e 

Univentitv. 2 m 5 A— 1 1 9 fi «» — 15 } 12 « 



Ireland {continued), 

Dublin Univeralty, Grant of Honorary De- 
grees, 22il0a 

Election of a Temporal Peer for, 13 m 7 </ 

Sketch of, 14 m 5 e 

Elections. 11^90 

Faction Fighting in, 20 ; 8 6 

Flag of Ireland, Meeting on the Warning 

Giyen to by the Goyernment, 29 a 7 </ 

Galway Petition, the Irish Press on, 25 m 

13 a 

Home Rule, 27 a 9 c— 1 m 10 cf 

and Federalism, 11 m 9 a 

League, Meetings of , 9 a 7 c — 11 a 10 c 

■ in Parliament, 11 m 9 a 

Irish Absentees, Proposed Tax on, 24 a 12/ 

Bar and the Judicature BilL 6^ 8 c 

Land Act — Conolly v. Lord Digby, kab d 

Notices about, 24 a 12/ 

'^— Linen Trade, Depressed State of, 24 y 14 a 

National Board of Directors, lljle 

Synod, the Pope Directs the Calling of. 



Denied, 11 j 1 e 

— O'Donndl Indemnity Fund, 27 m 7 « 

— Perry Square, Limerick, Leasing of for a 
People's Park, 24 i 14 a 

— Police, Annual Report, 15^ 12 e 

— Produce of, 22 m 9/ 

— Re-Distribution of Seats in, 23 a 1 e 

— Riot at Carrigatoher, 29 a 7 d 

— Roman Catholic Synod, 6 j 8 c 

— School of Cookery in 29 « It 

— State of the Shannon, 11 a 10 c — 14 alia 
Liffey, 24 ./ 14 a 



University Reform, 22 abe 
see uImo Trinity Collkob. 



Irish and English Law Courts, 9 m 12 e 

CathoUcs and Primary Education, 8^ 10 a 

Education Question, 12 j 12 a 

Fisheries, 5 m 14 

Peerage, Official Return, 12 m 11/ 

— Peerages and the Royal Family, 2 ; 7/ 

Peers, Notes about, 9 o 8 c 

Railway Guarantees, 6ml0d 

Real Grievance, 2 a 9 /— 8 a 10 / 

National School Teachers, Deputation to 

Goyernment, 8^ 9 a 

Secretary and Irish Reform, 24 a 11 tf 

Tenant lUght, Notes about, 10 a U / 

Iron, Belgian, English Order for, 17 a 10 a 

Crown, Order of. Appointments, \9j6J 

Gates in the Danube, Proposal to liemove, 

Umll/ 
IRON:— 

Arbitration Meetings, 27 a 8 b 

Birmingham, Trade in, 24 a 7 b — 29 m 5 d 

—I9jl0c 

Conferences about, 2 a 6 s— 4 j 6 e 

Foreign Trade, 1 ; 8 c 

Iron Masters* Quarterly Meetings at Wul- 

verhampton, 9 a 10 & 

and Coal Trades, 6a 4 /*— 9 a 10 b^llald 



14 a 7 s— 15 a 12 c— 16 a 7 6—20 a 8 c— 22 a 

I /— 28 a 1 a— 24 a 1 5—25 a 12 c— 29 a 7 / 
— 4 m 9 «— 7 wi 7 /*— 9 m 10 /*- 12 m 11 /— 16 
m 7 6—16 m 10 d—]S m 8 A— 19 m 13 d— 22 m 

II «— 23 m 6 rf--25 m 8 6—30 m 6 e^2 1 11 c 



Iro 



PAtJf£u'S INDEX TO " TUB TIMES " NEWSPAPER, [April 1 tO 



Iron {rontinved). 

»_3 ;• 7 /•— 8 ; 8 6—9 / 12 d— 11 ; 7 d—\7j 10 

f—lSj 7 «— 26j 7 f— 30i 10/ 
^-^ — Juint Meeting of Employers and Workmen, 

la\2d 

— Meetings of the Men on Strike, 8 a 6/— 17 
a 106 

— at Staffordshire, 10 a 7 6 

— West Hartlepool Company, 4 / 6 « 
• Wolrerhampton, Trade in, 28 iw 6 « 

and Steel Institute, Annual Meeting, 8 m 



*/ 



Sittings of, 9 m 10 f— 11 mil/* 



Isle of Man, Intented Visit of the Prince of 

Wales to, 1 m 12 c 
Italian Finances, 19 m 7 a— 8 i7 f 

Legation, 29 a 1 1 / 

Spring, 4 m 6 e— 20 m 6 / 

— Unir rsities, 80 m 10 c 
Italv of the Past, 10 a 6 a 
ITALY :— 

Administrative Elections. 22j7b 

Agricultural Heports, 21 m 7 a 

Anniversary of the Constitution — French 

Squadron Fire a Salute, 9i7a— ll^oo 

Brigandage in, 23 o 5 a— 2 /12a 

Murder of Count Faina by Brigands at 



Orivicto, 2jf 12 fl 

of Signor Domenico Muratori by Bri- 



gands at Lavezzda, 6jbe 

— Budget, 23 a 6 a— 24 a 12 6 

— Calabria, Outbreak of Prisoners at, 19 m 
12/ 

— Chamber of Depnti?s, Proceedings in, 14 m 
5 a— 80 m 6 a— 8 ; 10 a— 6 j 5e 

Estimate for National Defences, hj he 

— Church and State m, 1 j 7 6 

— Commercial Treaty with Paraguay, Icy 7 o 

— Currency Bill, 14 a 6 6 — IC « 6 j 

— Diplomatic News, 30 ; 5 a 

— Elections for Municipal Administration, 30 j 



5a 



Finance, 24 a 12 6—18 m 7 a— 2 j 12 a 
New Measures, 22 m 6 c — 6 ; 5 a 



— Florence -Statue to Prince Raya^ara at, 
UuTeiled, Sj 7 a 

— Florentine Taxation, 6 m 5/ 

— Frontier Conventiou with Switzerland, 2 m 
6a 

— Garibaldi, Health of, 5 j 5 e 

— Grist Tax. 8; 10 a 

— Hypeenic Bathing in, 1 7 / 6 e 

— Industrial Progiess in, 17 7 5 e 

— Literary and Artistic Convention, 1 1 y 6 a 

— MilRn Procession, 19 m 12/ 
Violent Hurricane in, 16i 7 a 



Ministry, Resignation of, 20 in 5 a 



-— Miscellaneous News. 26 7 12 r? 

Monetary and Postal Conrentiors. Sj 7 a 

' Convention with France, &c., 12 m 14 a 

Mysterious Disapjicarance of Signor Cavag- 



nate, I7j6€ 
— Naples, British Tlospital in, 28 m 10 (f 
" Cruelty to Animals in, 27 m 7 6 

Holy Week in, 13 a 9/ 

Kinfif*s Day at, 3 <t 4 « 

the Weather in. 15 w 10 e 



I 



Italy (rontinneff), 

New Statistical Tax, 15/76 

Orders Conferred, Sj 7 a 

Papal Anniversary, 19 j 5 a 

Audiences, %j7 a — 22 j 7 6 

Consistory, 1 a 5 a 

Diplom:icy, 1 a 6 a 



Papi»r Currency, 11^56 

Parliament, Sepraation of, 7 a 9 a — 18 ; 



56 

Proceedings, 4 w 7 r~6 m 5 6—19 m 12 

/— 22 m 6 c^2G ,u 6 a— 27 m 5 a—'^^ m 5 </— 
29 m 5rt— 13i5a 

— Pauperism in, 4 a 7 6 

— Pope, Account of, 9 a 10 /" 

ir»0 Artists Present Gifts to. 17 » 5 /? 

Birthday, Receptions Ac.. 13m5u — 14 



m 5 a— 19 wi I2y— 1» 7 5 6—20 7 5 h 

Blesses a (lorgeous Banner from the 



College of Geor^'retown, 16 7 7 a 

Carlist leader and, 20y o 6 

Demonstration to, 2,2 j 7 b—2Aj 7 a— 25 

j 5 a — 27 7" 5 a 

Deputation of Frenchmen and Ameri- 



cans to, 6 w 5 6 

and the German Ultramontanes. 6 »f 3 6 

Health of, 9 a lOy— 26 i» 6 a— 27 woo 



— 29 m 6 a — 5 j b a& t — 6 / 5 a — 15 ; 1 1 f-^ 
17 j 5 a 

Imprisonment of, a Caricature. 13 i 9 /* 

Lady Herbert of Lea, Director of British 



Colleges Presented to, lOn 5 a 

and the New Cardinals, Ceremony, 5 at 

Iib—U\j7a 

Peter's Pence Handed to, from France, 



21 a 12 a 

Proposes to Canonize Joan of Arc, 21 a 



12 d 



Receptions by, 1 a 5 a — 25 m 7 a — ^287*5 
a — 25 7 5 a — 27 i 5 d 

— Reception of the American Pilgrims by, 9 
; 7 „_io / 5 d— 15 / 11 /— 16; 7 a— 23 / 5 a 
-24 ; 7 6 

Gold and Nuggets Presented to by, 13 / 



56 



56 



Speech in Reply to Congratulatins, 20 j 



— Programme of the Left, 26 i 12 a 

— Protest Against the Cantule — " SaneRcHoe 
and France," VdJ a 

— Public Security in, 8 a 10 rf 

— Registration of Deeds, 21 »i 7 a — 22 m b d 
—25 m 7 rt— 28 mbd 

— Roman Finance, 26 m 5/ 

— Rome, Arrivals, 14 a 5 cf 

American Pilgrims in, 19 7' 5 a 

Departure of, 22 i 7 6 

Demonstration Before the Vatican, 



Arrests and Judgments, 2Aj 7 a 

Excavations in, 30 m 1 1 « 

Meeting of Freemasons in, 28 m 5 c 

Religious Ceremonies at, 30 / 5 a 

the Tycoon and the Mikado at, 17 



Ad 



Tax en Personal Property, 28 a 12 a 

— on Pianos, 15 m 5 a 

— on Railways. 7 m 5 a 



June 30, 1S74.] palmer's index to *i the times " newspaper. 



Lan 



Itajy (ronttnveu), 

Tobacco Monoplj, 12 m 14 n — 18 mi 5 a — 16 

91 5 6 

Travelling in, 2BmS a 

War EstimateB, 3 j 10 a 



J. 
Jackson (Sir Geo.) Diaries, Concluding Volnme 
Burnt in the Fire at the Pantechnicon, 16 m 
12 a 
(R. Kayneford) on the Labonr Laws Com- 
mission, I a 6 e — 8 a6 f 

( Whitirorth) on the Adulteration Act, 24 



y 14 a 

Jamaica, the Gilliro on. 89 m 5 a 
Japan. Insurrection in. 7 u 4/— 9 a 5 d 

Foreign Trade in, 27 m 9 « 

and (.'hina, 27 7 e 

Jenkins (Edwr.) Agent for Canada, 29 m 10/ 

T. il,) 8in of Inaccuracy, oj 3 c 

Jenner (Bp^ on the Loss of the Surat. 4 a 10 6 

Jersey, English Currency to be Solely Used in, 

2-2 It o d 
Jerusalem, Winter Weather in, 8 a 6 b — ^80 a 
12/ 

Threatened Famine in, 18 a 12 c 

Jesuits, Work about, 8 o 7 c 

Jews Free School, Distribution of Prizes, 22 ; 

10 6 
JejE Blake (Sophia) on the Medical Education 
of Women, 20 ; 12 6 

Notes about, 29 / 8/ 

Johnson (the Missionary) Dangerous Journey 

of, 30 j 6 6 
Jonas (lier. Harry) on the Lock Out of the 

Aipicultural Labourers. 29 a 12 b 
Jones (Key. Henry) Wanted a* Police Van for 
Yorkshire, 11 m 12 c 

(Owen) Memorial, Permanent, Proposed to 

the Memory of, 22 m 5/ 
( WiUoughby ) on the Lock Out of the Agri- 
cultural Laboiuers, 29 a 12 c 
Jubilee Singers, Farewell Meeting, 11 m 11/ 
Judge's Time — a Montreal Case, 27 m 10 c 

of Fact. aMontreal Case, 26 m 4 / 

Judicature Bill, 16 «i 6/— 16 m U e— 6^ 11 c— 
8 / 12 & 

Notes about, 9 m 12 d^l9 m 9 e— 26 m 10 c 
— 3> 12 A— 26y 11 rf— 29i 18 e 

in Ireland, 1 / 12 a -4 / 7 a— 6 j 8 c— 15 



126 



and the Irish Press, 18 m 9 6 



Commission, Fourth Report, 14 m 10 </— 16 

joe 

June Weather on the Alps, 28/7/ 

Junior Reform Club, 23 a 9/ 

. in FomiatioD. 22; Sf 

Jute, SUte of the Market, 15 a 7 /'— 16 a 7 f— 
22 a 7 c— 28 a 6 rf— 24 a 7 r— 29 a 12 6—1 m 
10 6—6 m 10 a— 7 m 7 c— 13 m 10 A— 14 m 7/ 
— 16 M 7 6—16 m 10 «— 2y /« 9 6—22 m 11 6— 
29 m 6 6^11 m 7 6— 24 7 9 e/— 26 j 7 « 

Juvenile Emigration. 5^9/ 

K. 
Kains-Jackson TH. ^ Review of the Grain Mar- 



Karslake (E. K.) on the Englishman, 13 a 14 6 
Kashgar. China and RussX 2jba 
Kaulbach (Herr) Serious illness of, 8 a 6/ 
Kelly ( Mary) on the Eclipse of the Sun, 28 m 

8c 
Kemmeridge Coal, New Artificial Light, 2 a 10 

6—8 a 7/ 
Kenealy (Dr.) and the Benchers of Gray's Inn, 

18 m 12 e 

Defence of the Englishman, 14 a 8 a 

Health of, 12.; 5/ 

Letters on, 8^66 

Meeting at Cambridge Hall to Sympathize 

with, 8 a 5 < 

and the Oxford Circuit, 6 a 8/ 

Kensington Ganleus, Notes about, 12; 11/ 
Road, Deputation to Government to Widen, 

25 a 10 c 
Kerrison (Edw.) on Farmers and Labours, 18 a 

od 
Khiva see Russia 

KUltfd by Lightning. 26 m 9 /*— 27 in 12 6 
During the Storm in Hackney, 27 m 7 /— 

28 m 6/ 
Kinnaird (Lord) on Railway Accidents. 8 m 11 c 
King's College, Medical Department. Professor 

Owen Hands the Prizes to the Successful Stu- 
dents, 13 m 5 e 

Commemoration Day, 25j7e 

Notes about, 27 a 7 rf— 28 all «— 8 m7d 

—12 m 12 </— 15 m 10 6 
Hospital and St John's House, 23 a 10 <f-^ 

24 a 10 c— 25 a 12 c— 4 m 9 e— 19 ; 6 c 
Kirk (John) on Lord Cameron, 80 i 5 s 
Knight (Rev. Wm.) Case of, 2 a 7 ^ 
KNIGHTHOOD AND BASONETAQE :— 

Bazalgette, Joseph Wm., Knight, Vt m 7 d 

Elliot, George, Baronet, Sketch ot, 23 u 5 6 

9 m 7 s 

Kelk, John, Baronet, 28 a 9 /*— 2 w 7 « 

Peek, W. H., Baromt, 22 a 5 «— 22 a 7 e— 

23 a 5 6—2 m 7 s 

liose, Philip, Baronet, 20 a 11 e— 21 a 10 cf 



— 2m 7< 
Knocker (Commander) on the Wreck of the 

1 ictoria Nyanza, 10 a 8 c 
Knutton, New Church at, Concecration of, 18 a 

5/ 
Krebs (Mdlle. Marie) as a Pianist, 1^10 6 

L. 

Labour Emigration of, 12 m 12/ 

Laws C'ommissiou, Notes about, 1 a 6 c — 4 

a 6/— 8 a 6/ 
London Trades Cooncil Meetings about, 9 

a 5 rf— 21 n 12 c 
Meetings of, 4 a 10/— 22 a 9 /"— 5 7 10 d-^ 

16; 7 c^\ 7 J 9 /'—IS.; 6/— 20 j 9/ 
Laird (John) on the Intoxicating Liquor BilL 

26 m 4/ 
Lake Dwellings, 80 m 11 e 
Lambeth Piilace, Reception at, 29 a 7 6 — 11 m 

14«— 18 w 11/— .19 w 11 e 
Conference of Lay and Clerical Delegates 

at, 9 ;" 7 rf 



,xf 1 o ,' 1 A I 



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Langworthy (E. R.) Magnificent Bequests of to 

Manchester, IS a \2 d 
Lament of a Wife, 26^* 10 / 
Lancashire Cotton Spinning Company, 16 m 10 a 

Farmer's Club, 29 m 7 rf 

Land Transfer Bills, 2 a 5 e— 27 a li d 

- — and Tithes Bill, 10 a 12 6 

Iiandowner*s in Scotland, 29 a 6e 

Landscape Painters and the Academy, 6 m 7/— 

12 w 6 /• 
Landseer's Lions at Nelson Column, the Globe 

on, 28 a 12 c 
Portrait of Sir Walter Scott Presented to 

the Nation, 16 m S b 

Sale of his Freehold Residence, 28 m 1 1 e 

Sketches, S,Me of, 7 m B A— 8 mlOc-dm 

12 6—11 m 14 /— 12 m 10 c— 18 m 12 c—H m 

12 6—15 m 8 a— 16 m 12 5 

the Globe on, ir w 12 6 

Notes about, 15 m 8 a— 16 ?» 12 6 



Last New Fashion —Cremation, 2 a 5 6 
launch of the Citif of Peking on the Delaware, 
8 a 10 a 

of the CasUdia^ at Blackwall, 8; 9/ 

of the Franresca, at Hull, 22^ 8 s 

of the Niger 6 m 5 a 

Siitttrt Hahnemann at Dumbarton, 22 j 9 c 

LAW:— 

Actions in Common Law, see Ciyil Actions 

in the Superior Courts, see Citil Actions 

All Courts Open on Whit-Mondaj, 25 m 



13 



Appeal Cases, ses Housb of Lokds 

Criminal Cases, see Middlbsex Sbssioks 



— Ashantee Officer Qualifies Himself for, 27 
a 8 6— 28 a 12/ 

— Assessment Sessions, see Gbnbral 

— Bankruptcies, see Bankruptcibs 

— Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruptcy 
Court 

— Calls to the Bar, 1 m 11 s— 8 j 10 6—9 j 
He 

— Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi- 
RALTT Court 

in the Probate Court, set Citil Actions 

before Provincial Magistrates, see Po- 



lice. 

— Cause Lists, 14 a 5 6—16 a 11 rf— 19 m 9 f 
—21 m 13 d 

— Chancery Arrears, 26 m 11 e 
Notices, 28 m 1 1 e 

liecess, 13 w He 

Vacation, 2 a 10 /— 7 m 11 /— 21 ?» 13 d 



Chancellor's lieceptions, 3 a 9/ 

Code or a Digest, Notes about, 6 a 5 h — 9 a 

— Consistory Court, see Archbs &c. 

County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 

Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases 

Reserved, see Criminal Trials 

Days of Sittings of the Courts, in every 



day*s paper under Lboal Notices 
- — Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 
- — Divorce Court, see Divorce Court 
— Eastur Term, 8 o 9 /— 9 a 7 c— 14 a 5 /— 
15 o 11 d 



Law (jcentinued), 

and Equity, Official Return, 23 j 9/ 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 

Inns of Court Examination, 26 m 10 c 

Judges Chambers, 1 j 13 6 

Lord Mayor's Court Actions, see Civa 

Actions 

New Queen's Counsel, 16 a 11 c— 30 j 7 e 

Notices, 4 a 6 rf— 6 a 5 r— 7 a 9/— 1 i 13 h 

Privy Council Proceedings, see Pbitt 

Council 

Re>Opening of the Common Law Offices, 8 

a9f 

Scotch Sequestrations, see Bankruptcies 

Solicitors, Swearing in of , 4 m 7 c — 9 / 13 d 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

Summer Circuits, 21 m 13rf— 1 j 13 6—13/ 

11 a 

Swearing in of Solicitors, 4 w 7 c — 9 j \Zd 

Trials ia the Criminal Court, see CRmiKAL 

Trials 

Trinity Term, 19 in 9 </ 

— — Whitsuntide Recess, 4 m 1 1 f—2 m\Zd 
Law Clerks' Association Festival! 15 mile 
Lea (Rev. F. S.) on the PubUc W^orship Regula- 
tion Bill, 6 9* 7 6 
Leach (Henry) on Unseaworthy Sailors, 8 a 5 6 
LEADING ABTIOLES:— 

Administration of the Navy, 1 m 9 6 

Adulteration Act Committee, 17/ 9 cf 

Afghanistan, English Policy Towards, 9 m 



9a 



Agricultural Labourers, see Lock-Out. 

— Tenants, 22/ 11 6 

AmericRE Pilgrimage to Rome, 10/ 9 </ 
the Case of the Amerique, 23 a 9 e 
Ancient Monuments Bill^ 16 a 9 c 
Aquatic Sports, 30 i 9 e 
Army and the Reserves, 27 j 9 6 

— Recruits, 14 a 9 cf 
Ashantee War, G « 7 6 

Autumn Manoeuvres of 1873, 16 a 9 e 
Battle of Somorrostro, 1 a 9 a — 7 al a 
Mr. Baxter at Arbroath, 7 a 7 6 
Bengal AdministratiTe Report, 13 ; 9 <f 
Famine, 2 a 9 a— 10 a 9 c— 15 i, 9 o— 21 



a 9 d—25 a 9 6—19 m 10 rf— 19/ 9 c 

Bodleian Library, 2/ 9 e 

Boston Election Petition, 5/ 9 d 

Brutal Attack on the British Consul at 

Guatemala, 2G m 9 6 
the Budget, 16 a 9 a— 1 7 a 9 «— 18 a 8/— 

20 a 11 a 

Resolutions, 23 a 9 a — 24 « r 

Bunyan (John) Statue to at Bedford, 12 

9e 

Mr. Butt's Motion, 29i 11 6 

Cambridge I^ocal Examinations, 6a 7 d 

Sir G. Campbell and JSir Wm. Muir, 27 a 

lie 

Lord Card well's Military Folic v. 1 a 9 e 

Carlist War, 1 a 9 a— 10 a 9 a— 21 a 9 c— 

2m9a— 5i/i 11 6—30/9 6 

Case of the Callan Schools, 3/ 9 rf 

of the VirginiuSf I / 1 1 6 



Cattle Diseases, 2Sm9 d 



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Leadings Articles (continued). 

Ghnruh and lit Endowments, lAmd d 

Patronage in Scotland, Id m 11 a — 20 m 

9rf— 12; 9rf 

Civil Procesa Against M. Courbet, 25 j9 e 

Coal Trade, 9 « 9 6 

Colliery Explosion at Dukinfield, 17 a 9 e 

Commemoration of the Two Universities, 

18/ 9 e 

Competitive Examinations, 18 « 9 c 

Conservative Banquet in Essex, SO m 8 a 

Conservatives at Birmingham, 13 n 11 d 

Constitutional Government in Greectt, 16 j 

Ue 

Consul r Jurisdiction in Egypt, 27/ 9 « 

Contagious Diseases of Animals, 26 w 9 d 

Convocation of Canterbury, 29 a 11 c — 1 m 

9d 

Cookwy at Home and Abroad. 25 m 1 1 e 

Co-Oi>erative Association, 7 a 7 d 

Courts of Appeal, 4 m 1 1 b 

Crisis in France, 20 m 9 b 

Departure of the Emperor, 22 m 9 a 

Derby Day, 4/ 9 o 

and the Parliament, Sj9b 



Difficulty with Chili, 30 /« 9 a 

Disputes in the Coal and Iron Trades, Aa9d 

Mr. Disraeli at the Merchant Taylor's Hall, 

26/9 </ 

Drainage of the Shannon, 12 m 11 e 

Dublin University, 9 a 9 a 

Dudley Election, 6 »i 9 c 

Dudedom of Connaught, 29 m 9 c 

' Dwellings of the London Poor, 8 a 9 c~8 o 

9 rf--20 o 11 0—9 m 9 c— U m 11 6 

East African Slave Trade, 16 m 9 rf 

Easter Monday and the Volunteers, 7 a7 c 

Ecclesiastical Legiation, 21 a 9 e 

Edinburgh Review on the State of Parties, 

16a 9c 

Education of Pauper Children, 7 iw 9 c 

Question, 30 i* 9 rf 



Vote 



ition, iiuj 
,17/9 6 



' of Women, 14 m 9 e 

Educational Results, 9 a 9 c 

Election of Mr. Fawcett, 27 a 11 6 

Petitions, 29 a 11 6—1 m 9 c— 28 w 9 c 

- Inquiries, 9 w 9 6 

Judgments, 24/11 6 

• Elementary Public Schools, i m II r 

English Sympathy with the Pope, 11 a 9 6 

• Estape of M. Rochefort, 1 8 / 9 J 

Evidence of Experts, 3/ 9 « 

■ — Exeter Reredos, 6/ 9 c/ 

• Factories (Health of Women, &c.) Bill, 24 

i 11 a 
— - Factory Act, 7 m 8 a— 12 j9a 

Fanners and the Govemmsnt, 6 m 9 </ 

Fiji Islands, 9 a 9 6 

Fiscal Paradoxes, 4 a 6 

• — France, SUte of, 25 iw 1 1 a—lO ; 9 6 

French Assemblv, Sa 9 o— 12 m 11 6—15 

m 9 a— 1 j 11 fl— 19 i 9 c— 20 /9a 

Affairs of Honour, 21 m 11 e 

Census, 24 a 9 « 

MinlsteriAl Crisis, 18 m 11 a— 19 m 10 / 



Leading Artiolea {continued), 
French Monarchy, Rejection of by the As- 
sembly, 16/11 a 
Trade, 11 a 9 a 



Friendly Societies, 5 w 11 c— 11 m 9 rf— 23 

/9e— 25/9rf 

and Benefit Societies, 16/ lie 

Gal way Election Petition, 25 m U e 

M. Gambetta and the Bonapartists, 13 / 9 a 

German Army Bill, 4 a 9 a — 13 alia 

Mp. Gladstone and Strikes, 11 i 9 c 

Gold Coast, 16 a 9 e— 28 a 9 a— 27/ 9 d^ 

30/ 9 c 

Great Western Railway, 24/ 11 rf 

Guides and Tourists at Chamoan, 1/11 d 

Hackney Election, 17 a 9 c 

Home Rulers in Parliament, 22 / 1 1 e 

Hospital Sunday, 8/11 rf— 15 tile 

Imprisonment for Debt Bill, IS a 9 d 

Indian Budget, 24 a 9 d 

CouncUs BiU, 20 / 9 rf 

Studs, 5 m II d 

Insurance Law, ISmli d 

Irish Appeals, 8 a 9 c 

Disendowments, 28 m 9 s 

Education Board, 2/9 6 

Judicial Appointments, 26 / 9 « 

Municipal Reform Bill,. 20 a 11 6 

National Board, 3/ 9 <f 

Railways, 29 a 11 a— 30 a 9 6 

Reforms, 13 a 11 6 

Representation, 20/ 9 c 

Sea Fisheries, 2 m 9 6 

Our IroncUd Fleet, 25 a 9 e 

Italian Finance, 27 m 9 6 

Judicature Bill, 19 m 1 1 6—10 / 9 c— 17 / 9 a 

(Ireland) Bill, 29m9d 



— Juries Bill, 23 a 9 6—4 »i 11 «— 15 w 9 6 

— Land Transfer Bills, 6 a 7 a — 6 m 9 6 

— Law of Simony, 22 a9 d 

— Ledru Rollin in the National Assembly, 8 
/ll a 

— Leicester Square, 3 a 9 <f 

— Licensing Amendment Bill, 28 a 9 6 — 80 a 
9 «— 11 m 11 c— 12 m 11 d— 13 m 9 rf— 29 m 9 a 
—5 / 9 6—6 / 9 c— 19; 9 a— 23/ 9 6 

— Liquor Legislation 18/ 9 a 

— Dr. Livingstone, 14 a 9 e 

— Lock-out of Agricultural Labourers, 2 a 9 
6—8 a 9 6—10 o 9 </— 14 a 9 6—16 a 9 rf— 27 
all a— 1 m 9 a — 8 m 9 e— 14 m 9 A— 20 w 9 c 
—25 m 11 6—28 m 9 a- -10/ 9 «— 23 / 9 rf 

— London School Board and Religious Teach- 
ing, S m 9 d 

Missionary Society, 16 m 9 c 



— Mad Dogs, 9/ He 

— Madrid Diplomatic Circular, 9/ 11 d 

— Manchester as it is, IS m9 e 

— Marine Department of the Board of Trade, 
7 M 9 rf 

— May Meetings, 21 m 11 e 

— Mayo Election, 4 / 9 rf 

— Medical Education of Women, 13 / 9 r 

— Merchant Taylor's Banquet to the Ministers, 
25/ 9 a 

— Metropolitan Board of Works Renort. 21 



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Langworthy (£. R.) Magnificent Bcqueats of to 

Manchester, IS a \2 d 
Lament of a Wife, 26/ 10 / 
Lancashire Cotton Spinning Company, 16 m 10 a 

Farmer*8 Club, 29 m 7 rf 

Land Transfer Bills, 2 a 5 0—27 aUd 

- — and Tithes Bill, 10 a 12 6 

liandowBer*! in Scotland, 29 a 6 e 

Landscape Painters and the Academy, 6 m 7/— 

12 w 6 /• 
Landseer's Lions at Nelson Column, the Git^e 

on, 28 a 12 c 
Portrait of Sir Walter Scott Presented to 

the Nation, 16 m 6 6 

Sale of his Freehold Residence, 28 m 1 1 « 

Sketches. &*lc of, 7 m 6 b—S m 10 c~9 m 

12 6—11 m 14 /— 12 m 10 c— 13 m 12 c— 14 m 

12 6—15 m 8 a— 16 m 12 b 

the Globe on, IC m 12 £ 

Notes about, 16 m 8 a — 16 w 12 6 

Last New Fashion —Cremation, 2 a 5 6 
Launch of the Citif of Peking on the Delaware, 

8 a 10 a 

of the CiuUilia^ at Black wall, Bj9/ 

of the Franvesca^ at Hull, 22^ 8 < 

of the Niger 6 m 5 a 

Stuort Hahnemann at Dumbarton, 22^ 9 c 

LAW:— 

Actions in Common Law, seeCiriL Actions 

in the Snperior Courts, $ee Civil Actioks 

All Courts Open on Whit-Monday, 26 m 

ISe 

Appeal Cases, um Housn of Lokds 

Criminal Cases, aee Middlbsbx Sbssioks 



— Ashantee Officer Qualifies Himself for, 27 
a 8 6— 28 a 12/ 

— Assessment Sessions, s«s Gbkbral 

— Bankruptcies, ue Bankruptciss 

— Bankruptcy Court Cases, $u Baxkbuptgt 
Court 

— Calls to the Bar, 1 m 11 €—8 i 10 ^—9 j 
Uc 

— Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi- 
ralty Court 

in the Probate Court, set Citil Actions 

before Provincial Magistrates, see Po- 



licb. 



— Cause Lists, U a 6 6—16 a 11 </— 19 m 9 /* 
-21 m 13 d 

' Chancery Arrears, 26 m 11 e 

— Notices, 28 m 1 1 « 

— Recess, 13 m lie 
Vacation, 2 a 10 /— 7 tn 11 /— 21 m 13 d 



Chancellor's Receptions, 3 a 9/ 

Code or a Digest, Notes about, 6 a 6 h — 9 a 

— Consistory Court, see Arcbbs &c. 

County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 

Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases 

Reserved, see Criminal Trials 
l)a>'8 of Sittings of the Courts, in every 

day*s paper under Lboal Noticbs 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

— — Divorce Court, see Divorce Court 

Eftstor Term, 8 a 9 /— 9 a 7 c— 14 a 6 /— 

15 « 11 d 



Law {centinued), 

and Equity, Official Return, 2Sj9f 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 

Inns of Court Examination, 26 jm 10 c 

Judges Chambers, Ij I'd b 

Lord Mayor*s Court Actions, see Civn. 

Actions 

New QueeB*s Counsel, 16 a 11 c — 30 j 7 e 

Notices, Aa6 rf— 6 a 6 r— 7 a 9/— i j 13 b 

Privy Council Proceedings, *ee Pbivt 

Council 

Re-Opening of the Common Law Offices, 8 

adf 

Scotch Sequestrations, see Bakkritftcies 

Solicitors, Swearing in of , 4 m 7 c — 9 / 13 d 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actioks 

Summer Circuits, 21 m 13 d— 1 j 13 A— 13/ 

11a 

Swearing in of Solicitors, 4 m 7 c — 9 j \Zd 

Trials is the Criminal Court, see Criikixal 



Trials 

Trinity Term, 19 w 9 </ 

Whitsuntide Recess, 4 m \\f—2 m IB </ 

Law Clerks* Association Festival. 15 ?m 1 1 e 
Lea (Rev. F. S.) on the Public Worship Regula- 
tion Bill, 6 9 7 6 
Leach (Henry) on Unseaworthy Sailors, B abb 
LEASING ABTIOLES:-- 

Administration of the Navy, 1 w 9 & 

Adulteration Act Committee, \7j9tl 

Afghanistan, English Policy Towards^ 9 m 

9a 

Agricultural Labourers, see Lock-Oct. 

Tenants, 22 > 11 b 



Americas Pilgrimage to Rome, lOjOd 
the Case of the Amerigue^ 23 a 9 « 
Ancient Monuments Bill, 16 a 9 c 
Aquatic Sports, 30 i 9 € 
Army and the Reserves, 27 i 9 6 
— Recruits, 14 a 9 cf 



— Ashantee War, Ga 7 b 

— Autumn Manoeuvres of 1873, 15 a 9 e 

— Battle of Somorrostro, 1 a 9 a — 7 a 7 o 

— Mr. Baxter at Arbroath. 7 a 7 b 

— Bengal Administrative Report, lZj9d 

Famine, 2 a 9 a— 10 a 9 c— 15 a 9 o— 21 

a 9 d—26 a 9 6—19 m 10 rf— 19 J 9 e 

— Bodleian Library, 2^9* 

— Boston Election Petition, 6 ;' 9 d 

— Brutal Attack on the British Consul at 



Guatemala, 26 m 9 6 
the Budget, 16 a 9 a— 1 7 a 9 a— 18 a 8 /*— 

20 a 11 a 

Resolutions, 23 a 9 a— 24 n9 r 

Bunyan (John) Statue to at Bedford. 12 

96 

Mr. Butt's Motion, 29i 11 6 

Cambridge Load Examinations, 6 a 7 rf 

Sir G. Campbell and JSir Wm. Muir, 27 a 

lie 

Lord Card well's Military Policv, 1 a 9 e 

Carlist War, 1 o 9 a— 10 a 9 u— 21 a 9 c— 

2m 9 a— 5 HI 116— 30>9 6 

Case of the Callan Schools, 3jd d 

of the VirginiuSf 1 J H b 



Cattle Diseases, 28 m 9 <f 



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Lradingr Articles (continued). 

Chnrch and Itt Endowments, lAmO d 

Patronage in Scotland, 10 m 11 a — 20 m 

9 rf— 12 j9d 

C'ivil Process Against M. Courbet, 25 j9 e 

Coal Trade, 9 « 9 « 

Colliery Explosion at Dukinfleld, 17 a 9 e 

Commemoration of the Two Universities, 

18j9« 

Competitive Examinations, 18 a 9 c 

Conservative Banquet in Essex, 30 m 8 a 

Conservatives at Birmingham, 13 n 11 d 

Constitutional Government in Greece, 16 j 

116 

Consul .r Jurisdiction in Egypt, 27j9a 

Contagious Diseases of Animals, 26 m 9 d 

Convocation of Canterbury, 29 a 11 c — 1 m 

9d 

Cookery at Home and Abroad. 25 mile 

Co-Operative Association, 7 a 7 d 

Courts of Appeal, 4 w 1 1 6 

Crisis in France, 20 m 9 6 

Departure of the Emperor, 22 m 9 a 

Derby Day, 4/90 

and the Parliament, Sj9b 



Difficulty with Chili, 30 w 9 a 

Disputes in the Coal and Iron Trades, Aa9d 

Mr. Disraeli at the Merchant Taylor's Hall, 

26/9</ 

Drainage of the Shannon, 12 m 11 e 

Dublin University, 9 a 9 a 

Dudley Election, 6 w 9 c 

— - Dudedom of Connaught, 29 m 9 c 

Dwellings of the London Poor, 8 <i 9 c— 8 a 

9 rf— 20 o II c— 9 m 9 c— -11 m 11 6 

East African Slave Trade, 15 m 9 rf 

• Blaster Monday and the Volunteers, 7 a 7 c 

Ecclesiastical Legiation, 21 a 9 « 

Edinburgh Review on the State of Parties, 

16a 9c 

Education of Pauper Children, 7 m 9 c 

Queation, 30 ;' 9 d 

Vote, 17/9 6 

■ of Women, 14 m 9 
Educational Results, 9 a 9 c 

Election of Mr. Fawcett, 27 a 11 6 

Petitions, 29 a 11 6—1 m 9 c— 28 w 9 c 

■ Inquiries, d tn9 h 
— Judgments, 24^ 11 b 



- — Elementary Public Schools, 4 wi 1 1 r 

English Sympathy with the Pope, 11 a 9 6 

— - Eseape of M. Rochefort, 1 8 J 9 J 

Evidence of Experts, 3^' 9 « 

• — Exeter Rendos, 6jdd 

■ Factories (Health of Women, &c.) BUI, 24 

ill a 
- — - Factory Act, 7 m 8 a— 12 i 9 o 
— — Farmers and the Goremment, 6 m 9 cT 

Fiji Islands, 9 n 9 6 

Fiscal Paradoxes, 4 a 9 5 

France, SUte of, 25 w 1 1 «— 1 ; 9 * 

French Assemblv, 8 « 9 o— 12 m 11 6—15 

« 9 a— 1 j 11 fl— 19 f 9 c— 26 j 9 a 

Affairs of Honour, 21 m 11 s 

Census, 24 a 9 « 
■77 Ministerial Crisis, 18 m 11 o— 19 m 10/ 



Leading Artiolee (continued), 
French Monarchy, Rejection of by the As- 
sembly, 16/ 11 a 
Trade, 11 a9a 



Friendly Societies, 5 m 11 c— 11 m 9 d—23 

j9e-^25j9d 

and Benefit Societies, 16^ 11 c 

Gal way Ele<».tion Petition, 25 m 11 e 

M. Gambetta and the Bonapartists, 13 / 9 a 

German Army Bill, 4 a 9 a — 13 alia 

Mr. Gladstone and Strikes, 11 j 9 c 

Gold Coast, 16 a 9 c— 28 a 9 a^27i 9 d^ 

SO j9c 

Great Western Railway, 24y 11 rf 

Guides and Tourists at Chamoan, Ij II d 

Hackney Election, 17 a 9 c 

Home Rulers in Parliameat, 22 / 1 1 e 

Hospital Sunday, 87 11 rf— 16 1 11 c 

Imprisonment for Debt Bill, 15 a 9 df 

Indian Budget, 24 a 9 d 

CouncUs BiU, 20 / 9 rf 

Studs, 5 m 11 <f 

Insurance Law, 18 m 11 tf 

Irish Appeals, 8 a 9 c 

> Disendowments, 28 m 9 s 

Education Board, 2/9 6 

Judicial Appointments, 26 y 9 « 

Municipal Reform Bill,. 20 a 11 6 

National Board, 3j9d 

Railways, 29 a 11 a— 30 a9 b 

Reforms, 13 a 11 6 

Representation, 20./ 9 c 

Sea Fisheries, 2 m 9 6 

Our IroncUd Fleet, 25 a 9 e 

Italian Finance, 27 m 9 6 

Judicature Bill, 19 m 1 1 b— 10 / 9 c— 1 7 / 9 a 

(Ireland) Bill, 29 w 9 rf 

Juries Bill, 23 a 9 6—4 m 11 «— 15 m9b 

Land Transfer Bills, 6 a 7 a — 6 tn9 b 

Law of Simony, 22 a 9 </ 

Ledru Rollin in the National Assembly, 8 

/ll a 

Leicester Square, 3 a 9 <f 

Licensing Amendment Bill, 28 o 9 b — 80 a 

9e— 11 m 11 c— 12to 11 d— ISm 9 rf— 29 w 9a 

—5 / 9 6—6 ;• 9 c— 19 j 9 a—ZSj 9 b 

Liquor Legislation 18/ 9 a 

Dr. Livingstone, 14 a 9 

Ijock-out of Agricultural Labourers, 2 a 9 

6—8 a 9 6—10 a 9 rf— 14 a 9 6—16 a 9 rf— 27 

a 11 a— 1 m 9 a— 8 m 9 s— 14 m 9 6—20 ro 9 c 

—25 m 11 6—28 m 9 a- -10/ 9 «— 23 ; 9 d 
London School Board and Religious Teach* 

ing, S m 9 d 



Missionary Society, 16 m 9 c 



— Mad Dogs, 9/ lis 

— Madrid Diplomatic Circular, 9/ 11 rf 

— Manchester as it is, 18 m 9 « 

— Marine Department of the Board of Trade, 
7m9d 

— May Meetings, 21 m 11 e 

— Mayo Election, 4/ 9 rf 

— Medical Education of Women, 13 / 9 r 

— Merchant Taylor's Banquet to the Ministers, 
25/ 9 a 

— Metropolitan Board of Works Report, 23 



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PALMF.n's IXOKX TO *' TTIE TIMES " NKWftPAr: R. 



[April 1 t 



Leading Articles (rontinueil). 

Metropolitan Legislation. 30 a 9 c 

Minister of Education, 23 »i 9 r 

of Public Works for India, 1 1 y 9 « 

Monastic and Courentual Institutions, 2 m 

9 d— 13 ;• 9 h 

Mordaunt Case, 18 m 11 c— -23 ; 9 c 

Municipal PrivUeges (Ireland) Bill, 22 a 9 r 

Navy Estimates, 4 a 9 c— 21 a 9 a— 22 a 9 



fc—Sw 9 c 

— New Ecclesiastical Laws for Germany, 27 
m9c 

Legislation. 20 q 1 i </ 



Enlistment Regulations, 16 m 9 ^ 
French Municipal Law, i j 9 c 



North British Railway, 2 a 9 d 

Oaks Day at Epsom. 6 / 9 e 

Occupation of Lahej. 27 « 11 rf 

Officers' Grievances, Report on, 19 i 9 r/ 

Outrage at San Jose, 2(j m 9 b 

Patronage in the Church of Scotland, 3 j 9 c 

Permissive Prohibitory Bill, 17^' 9 c 

-—^ Presidential Veto and the Currency, 30 i 9 a 

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 22 j 11 « 

Prix de Paris, 16 ; 11 rf 

Public Business. 9 ; 1 1 « 

Worship Regulation Bill, 28 a 9 </^ 7 wi 

9 «- 11 m 12 M— 12 m 11 c— 30 m 9 e— 4 / 9 6 
—6 ; 9 a— 8> II 6— 9^ 11 b^l^j 11 A— 20^ 9 
h—2€^j 9 6 

and the Ritualists, 18/96 



Dr. Pusey on Ecclesiastical Legislation, 1 

on Railway Accidents. 29 a 11 f/ 

Railways and the Public, 11 a 9 e/ 

Recent Reviews, 22 m 9 c 

Recruiting for the Army, 2 ; 9 a 

in the Indian Array, II mil d 

Registrar-General's Annual Summary, 18 

a9c/ 

Quarterly Return, 9 m 9 rf 



— Registration of -Births and Deaths Bill. 10 
m 9€ 

— Relief of Bilbao, imWa 

— Remission of Taxation v. Reduction of Debt, 
13 a 11 c 

— Reredos at Exet«r Cathedral, 17 add 

— Results of the Licensing Act, 30 tm 9 </ 

— Revenue Returns, 1 a 9 6 

— Russell (Lord) on Foreign Relations, 5 m 
11 n 

— Russia and Austro-Hungary, 29 / 11 a 

— Saniiharst (Lord) and the India Councils 
Bill, 24 i 1 1 c 

— Sanitary Work in the City, 2 ; 9 c 
S. Paul's Cat lied nd and its Completion. 15 



Leading Artidea (continued). 

Story of Transported Communists, ^7 ; 8 / 

Strike of Agricultural Labourera, 18 m 11^ 

Suez Canal, 18 a 9 b— 24 a 9 b—6j 9 b 

M. Thiers and the Republicans of tht 

Gironde, 26 m 9 a 

Trade of the Turf, 26 w 9 c 

Trades of Jeiin Lnieand "Capt." Brown^ 



llo9c 

Tribunals of Commerce, 22 /i 9 « 

Trinity College Dublin Reform, 28a 9 e 

Turks in Arabia, 6 a 7 c 

Turkish New I^ioan, 12^ 9 c 

Twentjr-fifth Clause of the Education Bill 

Hi 9* 
Capt Tyler on Railway Managotnent, 2i 

m9 d 
United States Currency QuCjiition, 10 a9 h 

—25 a 9 c— 22> 11 a 

Unseaworthy Ships, 25 / 9 A 

Victory of the Left Centre. 16 / 11a 

Visit of the Emperor of Russia, 13 m9h^ 

U m 9 b — 16 md a 

Vote of Censure for Sudden Dis^iTution, 23 



jllA— 29/11 r 

Scotch (ii^neral Apsemblies, 28 m 9 />— 5 ; 9 e J 

and Irish Peerages, 3 a 9 6—15^ 11a ,- 

Appeals. 8 w 9 rt 



SepteitiiJite and the Press, 14 /i 9 a 
Session after Wbi'suniide, Ijilc 
ISliips of War, 20 m 9 e 
Shipbuilders Strike at Hull, 8i 11 c 
Spain, State of, 15 m 9 c 
Standing Armies of Europe, 27 im 9 <i 



d*/« • .• • . 



a9a 

War Office and Lord Sandhurst, 23 m 9 d 

Week's Deputations, 2 a 9 c 

Welsh County Court Judges, 29 / 1 1 d 

Our West African Possession*, G oi 9 e — 13 

m 9 c 

Windsor Election Petition, 21 w 11 d 

Working of the Adulteration Act, ^j9e 

of the Clerical Disabilities Act, 2 ju 9 c 

Yarkand Mission, 29 m 9 ^ 

Leamon (Robert) on the Farm Labourers' Lock- 
out. 5 m \S h 
liCatham (E. A.) on the Twenty-flfih Claase, 12 

Leather. State of the Market, \ a7 e — 15 a 7 / 
—22 a 7 c— 29 n 12 ^—6 m 10 n— 13 m 10 b — 
20 i» 11 c— 3 j 11 rf— 10 / 10 c— 17 y 10 e— 24 
j9d 

Lebong Tea Company, 17 j 10 a 

Lechmere (Edm. A. H.) on Nurses for the Sick 
Poor, 2374/ 

Lee (Edw.) Inrident in the Irish Channel, 4 aSd 

Leeds Mu>ical Festival, 29 a 7 6 

Legal Appointments, 10 a 6 L — 17 a 9/— 18 a 5 
d—25 « 8 a 

Lehigh and Wilkes— Barre Coal Company. 23 

m 6 a 
Leicester Square, as if is now, HOj B e 

Improvement Bill, 7 a 7 /' 

Meeting of the Defence Committee, 2 a 7 n 

Notes about, 4 a 6 d — 6 a y 6 

Notices about, 27 m 12 b 

Opening of, 17 ; 7 a • 

Leichhardt the Australian Explorer, see Aubtsa- 

LIA. 

Lt'ighton ( Jehn) on Courbet and the Vendome 

Column, 27; 10/ 
Leitner (Dr.) on Central Asian Antiquities. 14« 

12c 
rGea)on the Siah Pash Kafir M the Albert 

HaU, 23>7/— 24yi8rf 
Lennox (Lord Henry) Illness of. 13 m 5 a 



June 30, 1874.] talmicr's index to " the times " kewspaier. 



Lon 



Lepsius (Professor) Appointed Chief of the Frus- 

nan State Library, 24 a 7 6 
Leslie (John) on Irish Municipal Privileges. 23 

7/ 
Letter v. the Spirit ; Legal Holydays, 20 j 9/ 
Letters and Letter Carriers, 2 a o h 
LetBrcq (J. F.) Price Sale List of his Collection 

of Antique and Modem Gems, *22j 9 e 
Levsdoun Church, Consecration of, 30 «i 5 a 
Liabilities of Innkeepers, 23 n 5/ 
Liberal Whip, 4 m 14 n— 5 m 9 c— 1 i mU f 
Liberation Society, 10th. Triennial Conference, 7 

in 10 c 
Liberty r. License, from Ptmrh, \7 j 5 f 
Libyan Desert Exploration Expedition, 1 8 n 5 a 
Licensed Victuallers* Asylum, Day at the Cry- 
stal Palace for, Uj5f 
Lic-enses (Royal Burghs) in Scotland, Return, 2 

m iOe 
Licensing Act of 1872, Reports, Ha 7 b 
the Chester Magistrates Petitions about, 29 

jl2d 

— and the Closing of Public Houses, 29 ra 10 

«-16j7c 

Conferences about, 21 m 8 d 

Deputation! to Goyemment about, 15 « 12 

d^-Hmlld 

Eighty Proposed Amendments to, 29 w 4 / 

' — Legislation Scramble about in Parliament, 

20 j If 

Meeting at Cannon Street Hotel of 182 

Trade Societies Deputies about, 6 m 12 /* 

• at Hurst Green about, 17j7a 

Meetings about, 22 a 11 </— 29 all /--30 

a 11/— 1 m 12 C--6 m 9 c— 7 m 6 d^9 wild 

— 11 w 14 a— 12 TO 12 « -14 m 11 rf— 19wil4c 

— 20w6rf— 18y 12rf 
" — ■ Notes about, 29 a 12 (/— 30 a 6 «— 1 w 10 c 

--6 m 6 rt— 6 m 11 c— 8 m 11/— 16 m 10 /'-26 

« 4 /•— 28 m 12 6—30 m 5 <j— 1 j 13 «— 2> 10/ 

-4;7/*— 8)9 6— 16j Uf 
Notes on the Hours of Closing on Sundays, 

10> 7 d 
Open Air Meeting at fiethnal Green abou^ 

11m 14 a 
— — Protests Against, 20 m 5 d 

Sections of, 2 m 12 < — 4 w 10 6 

Liebig*s Extract of Meat Company. 28 m 6 a 
Life Assurance Companies, Annual Analyis of, 

23w6/ 
- — Boat ServjccB, 16 a 12 e— 1 6 m 12 6—9 ; 6/ 
-7— Boats for Russia, 21 w 9 6 
Lifford (Lord) on the Enclosure of Waste Land, 

25; 7/ 
Lighthouses, Oil for, 267 4 f 
Lilies of the Valley and Apricots, 18 m 9/ 
Lille Fetes, 22 ; 18/— 23 ; 6 b 
Limoges Enamels, 24 a 10 rf— 15 m 8 a 
Lincoln's Inn, New Buildings, 16 a 11/ 
Linden (Baron Adhcmar de) on the Brussels 

Conference, 16 ; 8 6 
Lindsay (Lt, CoL) Subaltern Volunteer Off cers, 

7 mo f 

Lion's Den, a Young Man in, 2 a 6 6 
I'lqmdations, Return of, 29 a 7 / 
— — CosU in, 4 m 9 a 



Liyerpool, Banquet to Capt. Glover, Ac. at, 10 a 

9e 

New Education Scheme in, 11 j 11 / 

General Warehousing Company, 20 a 8 a 

LiTingstone (Dr. ) Arrival of his Letters, Diaries, 

&c., 11 a 0/ 

Cast of the Fractured Humcris of, 19 / 5 « 

Deputation to Grovemment for Aid for his 

Family, 25 a 10 c 
Sir W. Fergusson*s Examination Report, 17 

a 8 a 

Funeral of, 20 a 12 n— 23 a 6 6 

Expenses to be Paid by Govemment, 8 a 



9/ 



his Grave and Inscription, 29 a 12/ 



Lord Houghton's Verses on,-.2() a 12 6 

Last Journals of, injthe Press, by Mr. Mur- 
ray, 22 m 6/ 

. Journey and Death of, a Paper Read 

before the Geographical Society, 14 a 5 e 
Letter to Gordon Bennett, 10 a 10 a — 11 a 



6c 



to Dr. Marsh, 1 1 a 6 c 
to Mr. Stanley, 7 a 5 c 



Letters to his Brother in Ontario, 11 m 14 c 

Notices al>out, 15 a 6 6 — 21 a 12 c 

Portraits of, Sketched at Hart well, on View 

at the National Portrait Gallery, 18 (i 9/ 
Preparations and Arrangements for the 

Funeral, 10 a 10 c— 11 a 6 c— 13 a 12 €-14 a 

6e— 16 a 8 a— 17 a 9/ 

Presentation to his Servants, 24^' 12 c 

Reading of the Last Letters from, 28 a 7 e 

Subscription for his Family, 11 a 6/— 13 a 

12 e— 27 a 12 6 

and Jacob Wainwright, 22 a 6 c 

Rev. H. Waller's Lecture on, 2^ 12 c 

Wreath Sent by the Queen, 22 a 6 a 

Lloyds' Meeting about Exaggerated Claims, 15 a 

7a 
Local Government, Sir C. Dilke on, 17 ; 7/ 

Board, Notes about, 5 ;' 5/ 

Rates and Railway Dividends, 18 7/) 9 6 

Locomotives on R'mds, Deputation to Govern- 
ment on, 10 ; 9 / 
London (Bp. of) Movements of, 2Sn9/ 

Balconies, Notes about, S a5 d 

City Mission, 2 m 11 d 

Female Penitentiary, Donation to, 18 a 11 d 

Herculaneum, Notes about, 24 a 10 ^ 

Homoeopathic Hospital, Bazaar to Aid, 9 / 

18/ 



Hospital, Laying the First Stone of the 
Grocer's Company's Wing, 29 ; 12 </ 

Hungarian Association, Count Beust at the 

Anniversary Festival of, 29 ;' 12 e 

Library, Annual Meeting of the Members, 

23 m 5 « 

Methodism, Annual Meetings, 18 m 9 c 

Missionary Society, Annual Meeting, 15 w 

6/ 

Orphan Asylum. 28 m 7 e — 30,; 5 d 

Police Magistrates, Notes about. 30 a 10 tf 

Stables. 26^ 10 € 

Swimming Baths, Opening of the New, at 

Paddinprton, Gj 12 a 



Lon 



a 



j> 



PALMKU S INDEX TO ** THE TIIIES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



London Unirersity, Candidates Passed Examina- 

tion, 30 y o/ 
Female fJrad nates, Discussion on, 13 m 

12/— 14 m 5 f— K; //> 9/— 22 wi \2 e 

Passed Examination, 20 m yy — bj 7 /* 

■ Notes about, 20 m 12 d 



List of E.\aa liners, 1 m 12 d 



— Asiatic and American Company, o m 9 d — 
22>8a— 24>i)i.- 

and Lanca&hire Life Assurance Society, 15 



a7 b 



Fire Assurance rompnnj, ZO n 7 b 



— — and Protincial Insurance Company, 19 ^ 
10 a 

Law Assurance Society, 30 a 7 a 

and South wark Insurance Corporation, 20 



m lib 

Warehousing Company, 16 m 10 a 



" Long Man" of Washington, 8 // 9/ 
Longevity from the l^imes Obituary, 8 a 5 e 

from American Papers, 14 « 4/ 

Female, from the Tiuns Obituary, 14 a 12 € 

Longman (Wm.) on the Alpine Club, 6^ 8 c 
Lord's Day Rest Associatioa, Annual Meeting, 

29a 7€ 
Lorimer (J.) on an International Code of Mari- 
time Law, 24 J 6 c 
Lorraine (Sir Lambton) Interviewing of t« Pur- 
pose, 29 a 11/ 

Silver Brick Presented to Sir LambtoB 

Lorraine, $jl2 d 
Lost Peer, 13 i 12 A 
Low (Lt. C. R.) on Conferring the Victoria 

Cross, 24 i 14 c 
Lowe (E. J.) on the Oak and Ash, 5j 12 a 
Lucas, the Hermit, 20 a 14 e 
Lumb, Wanklyn & Co. on the Bolivian Loan, 10 

yiOa 
Lynn (Dr.) New Trick, 16 a 8 6 

M. 

Macdonald ( — ) and the Scotch Miners, 7 a 7 « 

Purchases the Estate of Wellhall, 13 a 

7 c 

(Lonl) on Cruelty to a Horse, 2jllJ 

Machonochie (Rev. A H.) on the Public Wor- 
ship Regulation Bill, 8 m 12 6 

Maciver (David) on Unscaworthy Ships, 12 m 
12 d 

Mackenzie (Colin) on the Bengal Famine, 26 ;' 
7d 

M'CuUoch (Hugh) an American Finance, 25 a 
7e 

M'Dougall (Wm.) on Telegraphs in Newfound- 
land, 22 m 11 cT 

M'Neile (Rev. Hugh) on Confession in the Ckurch 
of England, 2 o 4/ 

on the Public Worship Regulation BiU, 11 

m 9 6 

Mad Dogs, $ee Doo§. 

Maguire (Rev. R.) Warning against a Party 
Begging in his Name, 7 m 8 a 

MAILS:— 



— 1 a 7 J— 2 a 5 /— 3 a 5 e— 4 a 5 €—6 a 6 « 

__8 a 5 «— 9 a 5 d— 10 a 5 6—11 a 12/— 13 a 
2/— 14 a 5y— 16 a 5 </— 17 a 12 «— 18 a 10 e 



Maila {continwd). 

24 a 12 J— 25 a 10 /"— 27 a 12 «— 2ft a 12 ^- 
29 a 7 6—1 m 12 c— 2 m 5 e— 4 m 8 A— 5 ■ U 
f— 6 m 12 c— 7 m 12 /*— 8 »» 12 e— IJ m 12 6- 
11 m 14 c— 12 m 12 «— 13 m 5 /'— 14 m 12 «— 
15 m 6 a— 16 m 5 6—18 m 12 /"— 19 m 14 r— 2fl 
m 12 a— 21 to 7 /'— 22 «i 6 rf— 23 m ,*» e— 25 m * 
e— 26 m 10 c— 27 w 7 /*--28 m 10 /— 29 m o h 
—1 ;• 12 c— 2i 6 d—S'j 12 a— 4> 7 d—Bj id 
—6 j 12 aS i 9 «— 9y 1 1 /— 10 / 5 h— 11 ; 7 
/— 12^5 11— 13> 10/* 15/7r-l6i 12 6-17 
yiOe— 18j5 6 -19/ 6 6 -20) 5 6- 22> 12<^ 
— 23> 12 b- -24 j IC 6—26 j 5 ^—26 / 10/-a 
>9/— 30il2a 

Bermuda, 16 ; 12 d 

Cape, 23 a 6 6—21 ir 9/ 

Changes in, 28 a 11 rf— 80> 10/ 

Japan, 21 m 9 6 

West Indian, 15 a 5 €—30 a 12 c — 14 a 12 

«— 30 m 6/ 

— Zanzibar, 11 m 14 « 
Maize, Imports of, 10 a 7 a 
Malay Peninsular, 5 m 5 a 

Engagement Entered into by the Head- 
men of Uie Chinese, 5 m 5 a 

^ by the Chiefs of Perak. 5 m 6 A 

Pirates, 8p.€ Stbaits Settlements. 



Malt and Barley, Return of, 22 a 9/ 

Tax, Notes about, 26 a 12 «— 30 a 8 6 

Mallins (Col. W. T.) on theTwenty-fiftb CUoie. 

12;5/ 
Malta, Field Day at, 22 a 6 6 

Hydraulic Lift at, 27 a 12 6 

Military News, 1 a 5 6—8 <f 5 cf— 22 mht 

Miscellaneous News, 15 a 5 c — 22 a 5 6 — 30 

a 6/— 25 m 12 d 

Retirement of Sir Francis SeymooTyi m\Oh 

Ship News, 15 a 5 c— 27 a 7 rf— 15 » 5 /- 

22m5«— 4il2 6— 19j6e 
Manchester (Bp. of) Case of the House Painterf 

7a5 d 
on the Agricultural Labourers^ Lock-out, 

14 a 10 6—17 a 12 d— 20 a 12 rf— 22 a 10 c 
on Religious Education, 10 a 6 6 



Exchange Association, 2 a 6 6 

Mr. Langworthy*s Bequests to, 18 a 12 a 

Manners (Lord George) Health of, 2/9 /— 4 j 

12 c— 5^9/ 
Manor Park Cemetery Company, 1/96 
Manorial Rights, Notes about, 9 a 8 6 — 10 a 6 c 
Mansion House, Ball to the Duke and Duchess 
of Edinburgh, 6 a 7 e— 23 a 9 /— 29 a 1 1 /- 
30a5 6 
10,000 Tickets Issued to View the De- 
corations, 1 m 9 / 

Banquet to the Bishop* at, 18^' 12 a 



to the Judges, 22 m 9 c— 11 j 6/ 

to the Mayors and Provosts of the Uniled 

Kingdom, 12 m 12 6—29 m 10 /— 4 j 5 (i-<5 

^* 6 a 

to the Ministers, 27y 10 <► 

to Sir Qamet Wolseley and the Officen 



of the Gold Coast at, 1 a 5 c— I a 9/— 2 o 5/ 
— 6a7« 

— Easter Monday at, 7 a 3 « — ^9 a 10/ 

— Lady Mayoress's Receptions, 2 m 9 /*— 2$ 



une. 80, 1«74.] palmer's index to *' tue times " newspaper. 



Met 



f arch (Leopold) on the English in Bilboa, 4 a 
larine Insurance Company, Appointment, 22 

Society's Training Ship, Award of Prizes, 

17/5 ^ 

dAritime Insurance Company, 1 1 y 7 €— 12^ 10 • 

Law, Intemat.onal Code of, 24 j 5 c 

Marlborough (Duke of) Dinner and Keception, 
II m 7e 

College, Election to Scholarships, 22/7/ 

Open SchoUu-ships, 25 m 13 6 

CABSIAGES : —In ctnsequcnce of the Regis- 
trar-General haying a complete Alphabetical 
List of aU Marriages in the British Dominions, 
also «f all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lists as adver- 
tised in the Times. 

Births and Deaths, Official Betum, 6 »i 

lie 

Chapels Registered for, 1 a 8 b — 4 a 6/— 8 

a 5 /:— 11 a 8 6—15 a 8 a— 18 a 12 c— 22 a 8 a 
—2*5 a S a— 29 a 10 6—2 m 7 /— 6 m 8 a— 9 m 
7 6—13 m 7 rf— IC m 7 rf— 20 m 7 /"— 23 to 6 « 
^ 27 TO 8 6— 6> 6/— lOy 7 /— 17 ; 7 6—20/ 7 
e— 24/ 10 a— 27 j 5/ 

Bowmont, Marquis of, I2j5e 

■^— Brancovan, Priace Gregorie Bassaraba de, 
27 TO 5/* 

Campbell, Lord Walter, 15 a 5 6 

Catiilani, M., 23 a 5 6 

Creutzer, Mdlle. de, 27/ 10/ 

Dutreuil, M., 27/ 10/ 

Grant, Miss Ellen Wrenshall, 4/ 12 a 

Haig, Capt. A. B , 10 a 6/ 

Harris, Hon. Frances Charlotte, 10 a 6/ 

Milns, Miss Olivia, 15 a 5 6 

Musurus, Mdlle. Cassandra, 23 a 5 6 

MdUe. Ralouka, 29 m 5/— 1/ 12 « 

— Sartoris, Algernon Chas. Fred., 4/ 12 a 
Spencer-Churchill, Lady Anne, 12/ 5 « 

— of the Thakora of Bhownugger to Four 
Ladies, 13 m 10 /*— 26 m 7 e 

— ^ Vera, Grand Duchess, 9 m 12 /* 

Wurtemberg, Duke Eugene of, 9 m 12 /* 

Married Women's Disability Bill, Notes about, 

see Women's. 
Maraden (A. M.) on Prevention of Fire, 9 m 10 / 

on Two Deaths on Mont Blanc, 6 ; 8 c 

MaratoB (Herbert) on Education for the Blind, 

lo/lS/* 
Martin ( iohn) on the Public Worahip Regulation 

BUI, 7 m 5 e 
Marylebone Conservatiye Union, Dinner to Mr. 

Forsyth, 15 m 10 /* 
Mason (Hugh) on Goremment Factory Bill, 8 

;6/ 
Masters and Senrants Act,Betam of Ck)nvictioas, 

2a56 
Maudsley (Henry) Winter Weather in Jerusalem, 

8 m 6a 
May Meetings ; Newspapen, Crochet, &c.. Not 

Decorous at, 4 m 9 6 

M. W.) on the Bill to Regulate 



Meat, Import Returns of Dead, SjGd 
Mechanical Puddling, 15/ 7/ 
Mechi (J. J.) on the Crops, 22 m 10 e 

on the Harvest Prospects, 6 a 9 6 

on Sewage Utilization, 2/ 11 a 

Medical Education, 27 a 7/ 

of Women, 18/ 6/— 20/ 12 b 

Official Appointments, 1 a 8 6 

Mejer (G. A. M.) on the Peruvian Guana, 8 / 8 a 
Molly (George) on the Licensing AmendrntMit 

Act, 29 a 12 d—U m 7 6—30 m 5/ 
Members and Reporters, from the Saturday 

Review y 22 j 7 e 
Memoriam— a Lament for a Wife, 26j\0f 
Merchant Seamen*8 Fund, Official Paper about, 

22 a 10 < 

Taylor's Company, Banquet, 25/ 8 a 

to Duke of Cambridge, 23 a 5 a 

Intention te Present their Freedom to 



the Conservative Chiefs. 20 ; 8 c 

School, the New Buildings, 15 m 10 (/ 

Speech Day, 12/ 12 a 



Merchants* Marine Insurance Company, 17 / 
10 a 

Merivale (Dean) on the Public Worahip Regula- 
tion Bill, II to9c 

Messagerics, Mari times Company, 26 m 6 e 

Metals, State of the Trade in, 1 a 7 6—2 aSd— 
3 a G c— 8 a 7 c— 9 a 6 a— 10 a 7 6—11 a 7 6 
—15 a 7 /— 16 a 7 /— 17 a 10 6—18 a 10 d- 
22 « 7 c— 23 a 6 rf— 24 a 7 c— 25 a 7 /*— 29 a 
12 6—30 a 7 rf— 1 m 10 6—2 m 11 6—6 m 10 a 
—7 m 7 c— 8 TO 11 c— 9 m 7 s— 13 to 10 6—14 
TO 7 /— 15 TO 7 6—16 TO 10 c— 20 m 11 c— 21 m 

9 6—22 TO 11 6—23 to 6 rf— 27 to 6 c— 28 to 6 rf 
—29 TO 6 ^—30 TO 6 c— 3 / 11 d— 5 / 11 6-^6 / 

10 e— 10/ 10 c— 11 / 7 6—12/ 10 6—13/ 10 6 
—17 / 10 rf— 18 / 7 a— 19 / 10 c— 20 / 10 c- 24 
/ 9 rf— 25/ 7 c— 26 / 7 e— 27 / 11 6 

M!ethodism, Spread of, 9 j 12 rf 

Metropolis and City Improvements, 22 to 10 /— 

16/7/ 
Metropohtan Association for Improving the 

Dwellings of the Working Classes, 24 j 7 b — 

24j9c 
METBOPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS :— 
Fmancial Statement, 2 o 7 c— 27 a 8 c— 1 1 

TO 8 «— 23 TO 10 «— 13/12 6 

Finsbury Park, 20 a 9 e 

Fire Brigade. 6/ 11 / 

Gas, Increase in the Price of, 23 to 10 e — 

29/ 8 e 

General Communif».tions, 23 to 10 e 

Hackney Downs, 20 a 9 e 

High Tides, 27 a 8 c 

Hinde Street, Marylebone, 2 « 7 c 

Improvements ip the City, 2 a 7 c — 20 a 9 

«— 29/ 8 e 
Inner Circle Railway and New Streets in 

the City, 23 ro 10 «— 6 / 11 /— 13 / 12 6—20 

>11/ 
Kiosks on the Victoria Embankment, 27 

a8< 

Leicester Square, 20 > 11 /— 29/ 8 e 

Loans for Public Purposes, 27 « 8 c 

Main Drainage and other Works, 2 « 7 c 



Met 



palmer's index to '* TIIE TIMRS " NEWSPAPER. 



[AprQ 1 to 



Ifotropolittn Board of Workg (cxmtinued). 

Meetings, 2 « 7 r— 4 »i 12/— IG m IJ /— 18 

m 12/— l:i/ 12 6— 20; 11 f 

New Streets. 0; 1 1 y— 22 / 12 d 

Northumberland House. 21) j S e 

Retirinj^ Pension to VI r. Kussell. 5 wi 10 c 

Return of the Working Expendlturpi 3 j 

11/ 
Sanitary Works 29 / 8 e 

Slaughterhouses, 2,» a [i e 

Somerset House Uemoval of Railways, 6 / 

Tcoting Grayer.ery Common, 6 j 11/ 

Metropolitan Buildings and Management Bill, 

30 a 6y— 20/ff 10/" 

Charity, 1 /m 10 li 

and City Police Orphanage, tee Police. 

Conservative Alliance, Annual Meeting of, 

20 m 12 c 
Free Hospital, Anniversary Meeting, 7 m 

76 

Hospital Sunday, 8:e Hospital. 

Pauper Lunatics and the Budget, 23 a 7 e 

Pauperism, 2 a 7 e— 9 a 6 d— 17 a 10 «/— 24 

a 10 (/— 80 a 10 6—15 m 10 e— 22 m 11 </— 28 

»i6«— 18^7/ 

Waters, 6 m 11 c— 80 m7 d 

Michell (W. C.) on the Commimists in New 

Caledonia, 80> 12 d 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS : — 

Adulteration Act, 26 all d 

on the Late Sir W. Bodkin, 2o a II d 

Coroners Accounts, 25 a II d 

^— County and Lunatic Asylum Rates, 2i a 

lid 
-— ^ Ex- Chairman Kemshead, 25 a II d 

General Accounts, 29 7/1 11 </ 

House of Correction, 25 all d 

Licenses, 25 a II d 

Juries at Middlesex Sessions. 25 a 11 cf 

^ — Prison Ministers Act, 29 m II d 

Retirement of the Clerks, 30^ 11 d 

Return of Pnsoners, 2 i 11/ 

Lao V. Justices of Marylebone, 27 a 13 d 

Lloyd V. Justices of Kensington, 27 a 13 d 

Salary of Assistant Judge, 2G w 7/ 

Trigg V, Hammersmith Magistrate, 27 a 

13 e 

Vargiess v. Justices of St. Jameses, 27 a 13 <i 

White V, Justices of Kensington, 27 a 13 d 

—28 fl 11 c 
Military Savings Banks, 6 a 5 c 
Militia Act Amendment, Sj II e 
Miller (Dr. Robert) on Overcharges on Railways, 

HmlOd 
Milton (W.I on the Public Worship Regulation 

Bill, 8 / 7 6 
Milltown (Lord) on the Irish and Scotch 

Peerages, 18 a 7/ 
Miners Conference, see Amaloajcatxd 
HININO INTELLIGENCE:— 
Business of the Week, 6 a 4 a — 13 a 9 a — 

20 a 8 o— 27 o 8 6—4 m 9 a— 11 m 8 a— 18 m 

8 a— 25 tn 8 a— 1 j 9 c-Bj 8 a— 15^ 8 a— 22y 

86 
— Califomian, 1 / 9 c 



r»««.^ /^^-.-.— iijr:.:._ rt^.^^..... 



1 1 



T 1. 



Mining InteUiente (contiuved). 

' Client Ale8 Company. 14 m 7 c 

Copper Ore Sales, 28 i» 10 f—2oj 7 e 

Cornish, 7 « 9 6—13 a 9 6' 

Ticketing, 24 « 7 c— 22 m 11 f-5 j 11/ 

— 19y 10/ 
£mma Silver Mining Company, 6 « IOfi- 
181117/— lOjlO/ 

General Mining Association, 14 » 7 <■ 

Gold Mines of British Columbia, 9/ 6 a 

Lead Mines in Aberdeenshire, 29 a 6 «/ 

Mines of Nova Scotia. 24 a if 

and Milling in Australia, I6j5d 



-^— Nicaraguan Companies, 15 j S a 

in the Pacific States, 179 c 

State of Shares in Foreign, Colonial, lod 

British 'Mines, tn evety duy*a pofter 

St. John del Key Company, 22 ; 8 6 

Sweetland Creek Gold Mines, 2Jjtib 

Wallaroo Mines, 10 a 7 a 

Ministerial Appointments, 13 a II e 

Movements, 4 a 9 e — 13 all e — ^25 « 7 4 

Dinners, 2dj7c 

Receptions, 4^ 12 c~22i 7/— 29> 7 c 

Missions for Sesunen, Annual Meeting, 18 ir9c 
Mitchell (Wm.) on SignaUing at Sea, 2 a 7« 
Mocatta (£.) on the North British Railwsy, 4 < 

6 d 
Modest Bequest — ^Loans of Our Gmt Md 

for India, 9 ; 14 c 
Suitor, 22j9e 



Molloy (Constantine) on the Real Irish Gri^ 

vance, 8 a 10/ 
Moltke ( Count) and Italian Military Worki, $■ 

12 6 
M«ynastic and Conrential Institutions Bill, 8 « 

66 
HONEY XABKET : - 
Alabama and Chattanooga Bonds, 2; 11 < 

—ley 12 a 

American Loans, 21 m 9 er 

Bonds, Contemplatsd Repudiation of? ^ 



j9b 



Paper Currency, 16 a 7 6—24 a 7 c 



Argentine Bonds, 16 a 7 6- 28 a 11 * 

Arkansas Affairs, 18 a 10 a— 27 a 8 <i-2S 

a 11 6 

Anstro-IIungarian Fund, 18 m 8 a 

Bank of Ireland Stock, 9 nt 7 c 

Bar SU ver Sales, 26 ; 7 rf 

Biddings on Bills on India, 2 a 6 n— 16 « ' 

6—7 M 7 c— 21 m 9 a— 4 ; 6 a— 18 ; 7 « 
Bolivian Bonds, 2 a 6 a — II a 7 «— 13a5 

a— 23 a 6 6—9 ; 12 c-10; 10 a- 11 > 7 ^1^ 

yioa— 30yil a 

Brazilian Market, 17^ 10 a 

Buenos Ayres, 8 a 7 a—lQj 12 a— 29;8« 

Canadian Bonds, 16 7 12 a 

Finance, 18 a 10 a 

Railway Bonds, 8 a 7 a 

Coal Market, see Coal 

Corn Market, see Conv 

East Argentine Railway Bonds, 30 m 6a 

India Loans, 6 m 10 a 

Eastern Railway of Massacfausetes Boixlii 



29 m 6a 



uno 30, 1874 ] palmer's index to " the times " NKwsrAPER. 



Mur 



ioney Market (routinued). 

— Egyptian Ntw Loan, 13 a 7 6—15 a 5 fe— 2 
m 11 a— 23 w 5 a— 27 m 6 a 

— Eries and Turkish, 17 j 10 a 

— European Bourses and the Harvest, 24 a 
It 

— Failures Announced, 1 a 7 a 

— Foreigrn Bonds, Drawings of, 2\ al c 

— Frankfort Market, 3 a 6 «— 13 /« 10 o 

— French Rentes, al a 7 a 

— Gftutemala Bonds, I a 7 a— 15 m 7 a — 29 / 
8a 

— Geneva and I'.haca Railway Bonds, 6y 10 a 

— Gold Arrivals, 16 m 10 a 

Taken to the Bank, 1 a 7 a— 2 a 6 a— 3 

a « a— 6 a 4 a—S a 7 a— Id a 7 a— 10 a 7 h— 
17 a 10 o— 20 a 8 «— 21 a 11 a— 22 a 7 r— 24 
«7r— 25 a 7 «— 28 a 10 6—29 a 12 «— 30 a 7 
fl— 2 m 11 (1—4 w 9 a ~5 in 9 r/— 9 in 7 c— 12 /« 
13 <i— 15 m 7 rt— 13 w 8 a— 19 m 13 a— 20 w 11 
n— 21 m 9 a— 27 ffi 6 <i— 28 m 6 /i— 29 m 6 q— 
30«i6a— 2y 11 a— 3y lln- 4y6rt— 5>11 a 
--9y 12 r— 10 ; 10 a— 11 J 7 a— 12^ 10 «— 13 
j 10 a— 16> 12 a— 17 j 10 a— 18 / 7 a— 19j 10 
0— 20j lOf— 2oy 7 a— 26^ 7 rf— 27^ 11 a— 30 
;lla 

— Import of , 1 a 7 a — 2 a 6 a — 3 a 6 a— 6 a 4 
B— 8a 7 a— 10 a 7 a— 11 o 7 a— 13 a 9 a— 14 
7 c— 16 a 7 6—18 a 10 a— 20 a 8 a— 21 a 11 
«--22 a 7 c— 23 a 6 a— 28 a 10 6—30 a 7 a— 
2 w 11 a— 4 m 9 a— 6 m 9 d— 11 m 8 a— 12 m 
13 a— 13 m 10 a— 14 m 7 c— 18 m 8 a— 20 m 11 
a— 21 m 9 a— 25 m 8 a— 27 m 6 o— 28 w 6 a— 
29 M 6 a— 30 w 6 a—lj 9 a— 2i 11 a— 3 j 11 
fl-4j 6 a— 5 J 11 a— 8 J 8 a— 9/ 12 6 -10 J 10 
; 10 a— liy 7 a— 12; 10 a— 1*5 ; 10 a— 15 / 8 <i 
—18 J 7 rf-.19 J 10 a— 22 ; 8 a— 24 J 9 c— 25 J 
7 a— 27 J 11 n—20j 8 a— 30; 1 1 a 

— Indian Bar Silver, 1 a 7 a — 21 olio 
Loan, 9 a 6 a— 18 a 10 u— 6 ; 6 a 

— Italian Railway Bonds, 11 a 7 a— 6; 10 a 
-13; 10 a 

' Stock, 9 a 6 a 

■ — Japanese pinanca, 6 w 10 o 

— Louisiana Bonds, 30 i 11 a 

— Madrid Finance, 30 i 11 a 

— Manchester Market, 2 a 6 6—2 m U a— 28 
»6 a 

— Mexican Debt, 18 w 8 a— ly 9 c—Sj 11 a 
--30; 11 6 

Dollars, 16 a 7 fr— 2 m 11 a— 20 m JLl a— 

8; 11 a 
— - and Foreign Bondholders, 18 m 8 a 

— New Grenada Bond, 15 m 7 a — 22 w 1 1 6 
■ • York Exchange, 6 ; 11 a 

- — - Zealand Loans, 16 j» 10 a 

— Northern Central Railway Bonds, 27 m 6 a 

— Paraguay, 16 w 18 a 

— Peruvian Bonds, 15 a 7 fc— 16 a 7 6—29 m 
6 a— 80; 11 a 

Affairs, 30 a 7 a— 80 m^a 

— Portuguese Finance, 19 m 13 a— 21 m 7 a 
— Home Loan, 20 m 1 1 a 

— Railway Bonds, 21 a 11 a 

— • RusMan Loan, 22 a 7 c—6j 10 a 

— Scotch and English Issuing Banks, 16j 12 
a— 17i 10 6 



Money Market {cnntinueJ). 

Sinking Fund, 2 a 6 a 

South Australian Bonds, 30 o 7 a— 7 m 7 c 

Spanish Market, 3 a 6 a — 30 a 7 a — 16 m 7 

a— 19 m 13 a— 22^ 8 a— 24> 9 c— 25^ 7 a— 26 

i7rf-30illa 

► Straits Settlements, 1/96 

Supply of Money, 13 a 9 a 

Toronto Bonds, 20 > 10 c 

Turkish Loan, 206 a— 3 a 6 a— 6 a 4 a — 



15 a 7 a—2j 5 6—9 j 12 c— 12j 10 a— 16 ; 12 
a—\7j 10 a— lOy 10 a—2^j 8 a 

— Uruguay Bonds, 16 m 10 a — 1 i 9 6 

— Venezuela Bonds, 15 a 7 6 — 15 m 7 a — 1 / 
9c 

Virginian Bonds, 13 a 9 a— 17 a 10 c— 28 



m 6 a 

Withdrawal of Gold from the Bank, 11 a 7 

a— 13 a 9 a— 14 a 7 c— 17 a 10 a— 18 a 10 a— 
23 a 6 a— 25 a 7 «— 30 a 7 a— 1 m 10 o— 4 m 9 
a— 5 w 9 (/— 6 in 10 a -7 m 7 c— 8 mil a— 16 
m 10 a— 18 TO 8 o— 19 m 13 a— 20 m 11 a— 1 j 
9 a— 6 y 10 o— 1 7y 10 o— 24./ 9 r— 29./ 8 a 

Money Order and Savings' Bank Offices, 2 a 5 « 

Montefiore (John; Price Sale List of his Collec- 
tion of Pictures, &c., 23 a 12 c 

Moore (James) on Dwelliujirs for the Poor, 23 a 
7 d 

(Stnart A.) on St. Paul's Cathedral, 18/ 

11/ 

Mordaunt Case, 16 m 11 a— 18 m 7/ 

More (R. Jasper) on the Malt Tax, 30 a 8 6 

More9 at Honored, \7 j 7 d 

Morgnn (E. D.) on the Amocr of Turkestan, 30 
mb e 

Moriones (General) Notes about, 28 a 10 </ 

Morocco, Public Eutry of the New Grovcrnor 
Into, 24/10 6 

Morrin (John) and the Irish National Teachers, 
Aj7d 

Morris (F. O.) on the Oak and the Ash,[29 m 7 6 
— 5y 12 a 

Morton (J. Chalmers) on the Agricultural Lock 
Out. 7 a 4 6 

Mortuaries, District, 22 a 11/— 24 a 12 c 

Mount Sinni, Dr. Bekc on, 9 a 11 a 

Mundella (A. J.) on the Agricultural Labourers' 
Lock-Out 11 a 5 </— 14 a 10 6 

Munkittrick (A.) on Britian Insurers in Ameri- 
can Offices, 20 a 6 /" 

Murder as a Profession :— 235 Cases by one 
Family in Trebizond, 27 / 12 6 

UUBDEBS:— 

of William Armstrong, at Dalkeith, 28 a 

7e 

of Mrs. Blair and her Four Children, by her 

Husband who afterwards Committed Suicide, 
19 m If 

of Mrs. Barker, by her Son, at Eirkbj, 

Malzeard, 6 ; 10 e— 8 / 9 e 

of Mrs. Jessie Edwards, at Glasgow, 26 m 

10 c— 27 m 9 c 

of Count Faina, by Brigands, at Orvieto, 2 

y 12 « 

of Mary Flannigan, at Liverpool, 6 a 10 c 

of Mrs. Haines, by her Husband, at Mai- 
denhead, 23 y 8 d—2bj 7 d 



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[ApriL 1 ft 



UnrdeiB (continued). 

of Elizabeth Jackson, by lier Brother, and 

Suicide of the Murderer, 8 /« 11 o— 2 / 1 1 /- -8 

jdc 
of James Metcalfe, at Oldham, 16 j 11 y 

of a Miner, at Dipton, 1 1 m 14/ 

of Harvey Myers, by Col. Terrell, at Ken- 
tucky, 14 a 7 / 

of Neale, a Labourer, by an Irishmen at 

Watford, 2(> / [) f 
of Jane Newman, by her Mother, at Hox- 

ton, 8 a 6 / 
of Private Pearson, at Wtymoutfa Barracks, 

by a Comrade, 21 a 8 a 

of Pietro Pieraccini, at Siena, 21 a 4 cf 

of Rausch, at Bayonne, in Oct. 1872, 11 a 



12 a 

of Herry Ernest Scrivener, by its Grand- 
mother, at Chelsea, 14 m 11 / 

of Bridget Welsh, by her Paramour, and 

Attempted Suicide of the Murderer, 30 / 12 rf 

of a Wife, by her Husband, at Glaigow, 26 

m 10 <•- 27 m 9 e 

Attempted of Capt. King-Hamian, at Sligo, 

18 a 10tf-22a6e 

of Sen«r Pi y Margall, at Madrid, 5 m 14 

ff— 11 m 14 h 

on Warders, by Prisoners in a Train, 24 



776 



of Mr. Whiteford, at Demaseera, 29 o 7 
d—2 mhh 

or Manslaughter of a Butcher named 



Thompson, at Gainbborough, 16 i 11/ 

of Edward Marney, at Stratford, 18^5 6 

— Series of at Liniours, 8 a 6/— 5 w 10 6 
Suspected of Susan Gibbs, at Llanrummey 



HaU, Cardiff, 4j6y 
Murderous Spring, 18 m 7 ft 
Tragedy in Smoky Valley, Nevada, 21 a 

Muter (John^ on the Adulteration Act, 19 i 10/ 
Mysterious Death of a Man in the Thames, 9 j 
13/ 

Disappearance of a Nobleman, 8 J 8 c 

of Signor Cavagnati, nj5e 

N. 
Nancy (Bp. of) Case of, 21 a 12 a— 27 a7 a 
Nantyglo and Blaina Iron Works Company, 18 

a 10 a 
Napier and Ettrick (Lord) on Church Patronage 

in Scotland, 4^ 10 <f 
Napoleonic Authors, 2S m 5 d 
Napoleon (Prince) in Corsica, 16 a 5 a — 16 o 6 a 
Narow Escape of a Young Girl at Hertford, 2 m 

lie 
Natal, Zulu Rising in, see Cape. 
Nationfd Balance Sheet, 25 a7 d 

Debt ([ Annuities) 2 a 6 6 

Notices, 4 a 6 rf 

Early Closing League, Donation of Sir Titus 

Salt to, 22 m 11/ 

Education Union, 18 a 7/--17i 11 a 

Farmers' Association, 26/9/ 

Gallery and their Recent Purchases of the 

Pier* delU Francesca, 13 j 9 /*— 15 j 12 d— 19 

7 Ge 



National Gallery and their Recent Purchases d 
the Piero della Francesca, Notes about. 17 / 

12 c 

Hospital for Incurables, Meeting, 30 a Uf 

Music Meetings, lA a 5 e 

Portrait Gallery, Trustee, 28 a 9/— 2 m It 

Rifle Association, Spring General Meetings 

28 a 12y— 6 m 14 c— 11 m 9/ 

Society and the Government, 24 / 14 c 

Steam Company, 24/9 c 

Temperance League, Annual Meeting, 5 ■ 

13 c 

Training School for Cookerv, 8 a 6 c — IC « , 

6/— 11 o 5 6— 22 m 11 6 

for Music, 2 a 9 c— 8 a 5 d—l2 m\ie \ 



Union of Elementary Teachers, Fifth Ab- 

nual Conference, 8 a 6 e — 9 a 7 d — 11 a 5y 
Native Guano Company, 19 j 10 r 
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 14 

m 10 d 

Medical Service, 11/6/* 

NAVAL AND MILITABT INTELLIGENCE:- 
Abercom (^Duke of) Aides-de-Caoip to, 2t 

m 5 « 

Accession Day, Observance of, 22 i 14 c 

Aldershott— Battle of Sandhurst, 22> 9 i 

Camps of Instruction at, 30 m 5 c 

Divisions for the Ensming Winter, 27 ■ 

56 

Field Day on Derby Day, 8/ 10 a— lOj 



5rf 



job 
12 d 



Oflacial Inspection, 30 o 5 e— 9 j 7/— 11 
Preparations for the Czar, 14 m 5/— 25« 



Review at, 3 a 5 6 

Sham Fight at, 2 ?« 5 €—8 m 12 rf— 29« 

6 c—\3j 5/— 23y 6 /•— 24 j 14 c— 25^ 12 o- 
26 j 10 r 

Summer Drills at, 2 ; 10/— 8 ; 9 rf 

Manoeuvres at, 27 a 14 a — 1 1 »» 9 e— 



20 j 8 c— 22 ; 9 d— 27 / 12 a— 29 ; 12 d 
Troops for, 22 a 6 6 



— Application to Cancel a Gunner's Dlschai^ 
to Bury him with Military Honours, SmUd 
Appointments, 1 a 6 b-—! a 8 6— 2 a 5 d— 



8 a 5 6—6 a 3 cf— 7 a 7 /— 8 a 6 c & /-IS a 7 
€—14 a 5 c— 16 a 6 r— 15 a 8 a— 17 a 12 c— 22 
a 6 6—22 a 8 a— 23 a 6 c— 29 a 10 a— 2 m 7 f 
—7 m 6 c— 9 m 7 6—11 m 7 f—lS m 7 J -1» « 
5 a— 20 m 7/— 22 m 5 e— 23 m 6 e— 25 m 12 d 
—27 m 5 6—30 m 6 c/— 30 m 7 f—ij 12 6— «i 

9 rf— 10 J 7/— 13i 7/— 17 7 5/— 17 ; 7 6- 18 
/ 5 rf— 19 i 5 e— 20 »• 7 c— 22 j 14 c— 23/ 5/- 
24/ 10 a— 26/ 12 rf— 27 / 5 c— 29/ 9 « 

— Army and Militia, 3 o 5 / 

Chaplains, 15 a 5 c 

Commissions Examinations, 9 a5 d 

Estimates, 2 a 10 a — 8 a 5 c 

■■■ Grievances Commission, 10 ; 8 a 

in India, 27 a 7/ 

Medical Oflacers Deputation to Govern- 
ment about, 6 m 11 c 

Service, 27 a 7 «— 27 a9d 

Reform, Notes about, 3/ 10 « 

Return of Troops in Service, 13 n 8 i— 



20 a 12 f 



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Faval and Military Intelligence {continued), 

— Ashantee — Medals to the Troops, 9j 7 f 
Troops — Honours Awarded, 1 a 8 a— 4 a 

the Qaeen Desires Photographs of those 

Bereiving Honours, 9 / 7 /* 

— Autumn Manoeuvres of 1873, Report, 15 a 
Ua 

— Brecch-loadlng 7-in Gun, Trial of, 29 »i 6 c 

— Brevet, I a 8 a— 29 o 10 fe— 27 m 8 6—17 j 
1 b—20j 7 e— 27 ; 5 « 

— Cavalry Drill, Committee on, 7 to 5 c 

— Changes of Stations, IS a7 d 18 a 5 /— 6 
mUc^l3j^/—\Sjod 

of Commands, 22.; 14 c 

— Cliatham Dockyard, Blowing up an Old 
Caisson in, 19j 5 e 

Discharge of all the Workmen and Re- 



Engagement as Usual Annually, 1 a o 6 

Vote for New Machinery for, 10 a 5 e 



Field-Day at, 30 a 5 c— 5 m 14 c 

Brigade Field Day at, 2'2 a b b 

Grand Banquet at to the Troops Retured 

from Ashantee, 2 a 6 d 

Gun Wharf, 14 a 5 c 

Metal Mills, 18 a 6/ 

Royal Engineer Institute at, 11 a 5 e 

' Soldiers' Institute at, HO m 5 c 

»- Chattenden Roughs Barracks, 4 a 5 6 

— Colonels, Officers Qualified to be, 27/ 5 e 

• — Commissions in the Line, Officers Prepared 
for, 25 m 12 c/ 

— Complaints of the Army Officers, 28 m 7 a 

— Copenhagen Victory — Two Officers only 
tlive to Commemorate it, 2 a 5 e 

— Court Martial, 13 a 7 c 

onCaptHumfrerille, an American Officer 

for Gross Cruelty to a Prisoner, 19 »i 11 « 

— Corragh, Concentration of Troops at, 4 / 
12 6 

— Deaths of Officers Reported during the Past 
i^oarter, 6 a 3 d—lO a 5 «— 1 1 m 7/— 11 i 6 6 

■ — Devenport and Keyham Dockyards, First 
Official Visit to, 13 ri 7 rf 

— Disasters in the Royal Navy, 25 m 14 6 

— Dockyards, Store Keeper*8 Office Revived, 
la56 

— Eighty-one Ton Gun, 11 m 10 a 
— Examinations, 29 m 5 e 

— Exchanges, 1 o 8 a— 3 a 5 6—6 a 3 (f - 7 m 
6 c—lj 12 d 

— Field Day of the Guards in Hyde Park, 8^ 

■ — First Appointments in the Army, Compe- 
titive Examination, 27 a 14 rf— 1 m 12 d 

— Fish Torpedoes, 22 a 6 6 

— General Orders, 18 a 5/— 27 m 6 ^—13 j 

— Gibraltar Shield, Testing of, 23 a 6 c 

— Good Service Pension, 1 ; 8/ 

— Henri Martini Rifles, 22 a 5 6 
• — H. M. S. InJUxibU, II m 7 f 

ChaUeuger, Criuse of, 2o m 6 e— 2G m 7 a 

the Dromedary f 26 m 5 a 
the Simoon, Return of, 27 a 7 c 
the Swerbf i m 5 b 
the Warrior, 8 w 12 rf 



YtLYtil and Military Intelligence (continued), 

Indian Troopsliips, 21 a 12 b 

Inspections, 6 a 3 d — 8 a 5 c — 11 a 5 e — 5 

»i 14 c — 29 m 5 d 
Invalided Soldiers from Ashantee, Return 

of, 27 a 7 c 

Our Ironclad Fleet, Notes about, 23 a 10 c 

Levees of the Commander-in-Chief, 7 w 5 c 

—30 in 5 c 
of the First Lord of the Admiralty, 9 ; 

7/ 

Long Service and Good Conduct Medals, 

Awards, 4 a 5 h — 6 a 3 rf— 9 a 5 c — 11 a 5 c — 
13 a 11 rf— 14 a 6 c— 22 a 5 6- 23 a 5 c— 30 a 

5 /— 7 m 6 c— 16 m 6 a— 22 to 5 €—25 m 12 d 
—27 m 6 6—30 m 6 d—lSj 5 /*— 17 j 6y— 18 j 

6 rf— 26 / 12 d 

Macomber Gun, Account of. 14 a 5 e 

Manning the Navy, Notes about, 23 a 10 d 

Mediterranean Squadron, 20 m 12 a 

Medway New Fort, Trial of the Gnna at, 

22 TO 5 6 

Military Centres, 13 a 12 e 

Hospitals. 29 ; 9 « 

Militia, 1 i 12 cl— 22i 14 c 

Inspections, 25 to 12 d — 27 w 5 6 

Official Return of, 20 in 6 -6—4 ; 12 6 

Musketry Returns, 7 a 3/— 27 to 6 6 

Naval Brigade, Royal Review of, 24 a 12 e 

Knights of Windsor, 25 a 8 a— 16 to 7 d 

Pensions, Awards, 30 a 5 / 

Prize Money Dititribution, 20ji' 7 «— 24 j 



10 a 



Salvage Money, 22 a K a 

— Navy Club, Dinner at WUU8*8,22 a 6 6—13 
wl2/ 

Estimates, 3 « 5 c — 2 m 10 e — 7 m 6d 

and the Late Government, 30 a 11 6 

of the Past, 1 w 10 6 



18 



— National Artillery Association, Prizes, 
j&d 

— New Elastic Gold Wire Cord, 30 a 5 € 

— Ninety-fourth Regiment to Bear the Dis- 
tinction of the Old Disbanded Ri^ment, 27 
m86 

— Officers Appointed to the Staff of the New 
Viceroj' of Ireland, I a 5 b 

whose Deaths have been Reported During 



the Past Quarter, 6 o 3 </— 10 a 6 «— 11 to 7 / 
—Hi 6 6 

Examined for Promotion, SJ9 d 

Grievances, Report on, 19 y 6 rf— 20 j S a 

Memorial Commission, Meetings, 27 a 12 



/— 5 m 12/— 11 TO 7/-'19 TO 11 «— 27 to 9 e 
— Official Notices, 9 a 5 c— 10 a 5 e— 13 a5 d 
— 28w5«— 17y5/ 

Inspections, 13; 5 /— 17 ; 5/ 

Orders, 13 a 7 «— 27 a 7 c— 80 a 6 c— 22 



;14c 

— Old Ships, 27 a 12 6 

— Ordnance Survey, 22 a 6 6 

— O^me, Trial of , 7 a 3 /"— 8 a 6 c 

— Pearson (Arthur W.) Memorial to, by his 
Comrades, at Burghfleld Church, 12 to 7/ 

— Pocket Filters, 25 to 12 d 

— Promotions, 1 a 8 «— 6 a 3 rf— 8 a 5 /— 11 
a 8 6—11 a 5 c— 15 a S «— 18 n 12 f— 22 a 8 a 



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[Aiirill 



Naval and Military Intelligence (cwtuowdX 
—2a a 10 a— 2 m 7 e—\\\ m 7 d—U\ ,n 7 </-20 
m 7/— 23 m 6 «— 27 m 8 //- \()j 7 /— l.S j 7 f 
- 17 y 7 6—20 j 7 e— 23 i .'i y— 24^ 10 a— 27 
J 6 e 

Qneen*8 Birthday, 2S w 5 e 

Recruiting, General Order on, 9j 7/ 

Official, 14 w 6/ 

— — Service, 11 a 6/ 

Kegimental Dinners, 1/12 rf— 4 j 7 </— 6 j 

5 e—Sj 1 1 f—9 j 14 '>— L'i»y y e 

Orders, S n 5 d 

Returns^ 22y 14 c 






Reserve Forces, Notes about, 2 a 10 r! 



Retired List, 1 a 8 A— 4 a 5 /— 6 a 3 J— U 

fl 6 c— 11 a 8 6—16 a 8 a— 25 a 8 a— 2 wi 7 e— 
6 >n 8 a— 9 to 7 6—13 iw 7 </— 16 m 6 rf— 23 m 
6 6—27 TO 8 6—3 7 8 Q— 13 J 7 /*- 17 ; 7 6—24 
yiOa— 27i5e 

on Receiving the Value of their Commi*- 

■ion, 8 rt 6 /- 15 a 8 a— 29 n 10 «— 8 w 12 d 
—23 TO 6 e— 3 j 8 a— 4 j 12 6—10 j 7 f-27 

Return of the Troops from A.«hantee, 



Honours Awanlcd, 1 a 8 a — 3 a 10 c 

Banquets to, 3' a 5 6 — 30 a bf—2 m n e 

Inspection of, at Qosport, by the Queen, 



23 fi 5 c 

— Royal Artillery Mess at Woolwich. Gold 
Raoi*6 Head Presented to, by the A^hantee 
Retufns, 14 a 5 e — 15 a 5 c 

(Cornwall Rangers Militia, 8 ; 9 e 

Marine-*, Farewell Dinner to Lord Tem- 



pletowii, 1 a S 6 

Military Academy, Examinations, 9 m 12 



€—20 m7 e 

Naval Club, Dinner to the Officers from 



Ashantce, 1 6 a 5 6 

— College. Greenwich, lectures at, 3 a 5 6 

Museum at Greenwich, 7 aS J 

Navy — Officers Removed from, 7 a 3/ 



— United Service Institution Lectures, 14 »i 6 
y— 16 m 5 /— 28 m 6 c— 8 ;' 9 rf— 19i 5 e 

Warrant on Fir!»t Appointments, 2fi m 5 a 

— School of Instruction for Officers, 2 a 5 rf 
a 6 6—15 a 5 c— 18 a 5/— 27 a 7d— 8 m 12 d 

Officers Passed from, 7 m 5 c — 8 j rf 



— Ship News, 1 a 5 6—2 a 6 d— 3 c 5 6— f> a 
S </— 9 a 5 c— 10 a 6 «— 15 a 5 c— IG a 5 6—17 
a 12 c— 18 a 5 /— 27 a 7 c— 2 m 5 c— 6 m 14 c 
_7 ,fl 5 c— 25 m 12 <f— 4 j 12 6—8 / 9 d—l7j 
6/_267 12d— 29/9« 

— Ships to be Paid Out of Commission, 7 a 8/ 

— Simpson (John) Inkstand Presented to, 2G 
jl2d 

— Staff Appointments, 11 ; 5 6 

College, Revised Regulations, 4 a 7 c 

Royal Warrant about, 11 a 6 s 



.. Officers in India, 16 a 7 </ 
Past Examination, Sml2 d 



— Stokes Bay Mast Mark, 8 a 5 c 

— Sub- Lieutenants, New Order about, 18 o 6/ 

— Torpedo Warfare. 3 a 12 6—13 ; 6 /* 

— Transfers of Officers, 9 a 5 c 

— Unattached List, 13> 7/ 

— Victoria Cross, Officers and others to Re- 
ceive, 1 a 10 c 



1 



Naval and Ifilitary Intelligence (ron/tnaec/j. 
Voice from the Camp — No L>erby Day, 8 



j 10 a 



a5d 



War Game at the Clubhouse, Aldershott, 2 



Office, Duel Government at, II m 9^— 



18 m 10/— 18 j 10/— 20y 5 6 
- Circulars, 9J7 f 



12 d 



Wimbledon Army and Navy Prises, 56 y 



— Wood, Experiments on Rendering it Ubeq- 
flammible, 19ji' 5 « 

— Wo<dwich Arsenal, New Iron Pier, 10 « 5e 
Number of Visitors to, on Whit-' 



da.*', 27 IN 5 6 

Coiling of Rope at, 28 m 5 « 

K«cape of Military Prisoners from, 8 j 14 i 



— — Giant Steam Hammer for the lioyal Ane- 

ral, 24 a 10 c 

New W^ashing Apparatus at, 30 a 5/ 

Review on the Common, 1 1 m If 

Complimentary Order about. 22 mSe 

St. George's Church, Tablets to the 

Officers Killed in Ashantee, to be Placed iQ,.| 

14 (1 5 a 
Special Thanksgiving Service on the 



Return of the Troops from Ashantee, 15 nit 
Needle, New One, Invented at San Francslsco, 29 

m hf 
Needlemakers* Company, Dinner, 3 / 7y 
Negrete (P. R.) Outrage in Guatemala, 16 m 7/| 
Kelson (Earl) on the Rights of Convocation, 8/ 

12/ 
New Civil Ser\ice Association, 17^ 10 a 

Code, Notes about, Sail/* 

Comet, 22 a 5 /— 6 j 7 f—\o j 14 n—tK j 

12 «~24 / 14 a 

Jury Bill, Notes about, 27 a 12/— 30 a 11 4 

Law Courts, Sum Voted for, 8 a 10 c 

Notes about, 27 a 12 /"— 19 m 6/ 

Leaves and New Rents, Notes about, 20 ■ 

10/ 
Mexico, Preparations to Annex to the 

American Union, 28 o 4 /* 

Reform Club, 23 a 9/ 

Shakespeare Society, Prince Leopold JuioSy! 

21 9/* 
NEW SOUTH WALES:— 

Election Bill, 9 a 10 c 

Inter- Colonial Free Trade, 9 a 10 c 

Iron-Trade Strike, 9 a 10 c 

Sporting News, 9 a 10 c 

New York, Compulsory Education in, 3/ 7/ 

Incremation Club, 14 m 12 (2 

K£W ZEALAND:— 

Customs Returns, 9 a 10 cf 

— - Iron fer, 25 a 7 e 

Marine Disasters, 19 m6e 

New Year Festivities, 9 o 10 </ 

Storm at Auckland, 9 a 10 d 

Tourists in, \9m6 d 

Yield of Gold, 9 a 10 rf 

Mr. Young's Lecture on, 27 m 6 /" 

Mr. Weld's Sketch of it in the Past, lOmSd 

Loan and Mercantile Agency, 22 j 8 h 

Newdegate (Mr.) his Motion on Convents, 17 

>7rf 



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ICewfoundland Fisheries, 1/76 

PotitiCB, 7 a 4 c 

IXewgate, the Goyernonhip of, Candidates, 29 m 
€ /— 2 / 8 a 

Office of Goreraor, Vacancy, 14 m 9/ 

!New8yendon' Benevolent and Provident Institu- 
tion, Annual Festival, 80 a 5 c/ 
KSXT OF KIN— PEBSONB WANTED &c. : 

Alexandra Palace Ticket Holders and the 

Praea, 4i 1 b 

Arnold, Sarah, 26 ; 1 6 

Ashworth, Charles Howard, 4 a 1 6 

Behn, Octavia Theresia Fred., 5jl6 

Bettnett, Louisa Mary Ann, SOmSe 

Bocatcs, M. l^uise, 28 m 1 b 

Bolding, Jonathan, or Boulding, or Boulden, 

29a 16 

Bowles, Miss Charlotte, 8 m 1 h 

Bradley, Mary, 27 a 1 6 

■ Briou, Henry Alfred de, 14 a 1 6 

Carhart, Thomas, 18 a 1 6 

Carter, Edward, 15 a 1 6 

Cartlich, Thos. Lovatt, 20 j 1 6 

Carroll, Mrs., 24 « 1 6 

Cecile, Madame, 27 j-' 1 b 

Challenger, — , 11 ?« 1 6 

Chilton, Harrison, 20 a 1 6 

Clark, Henry, 12 m 1 6 

Clarke, Martha Hockhey, 20 a 1 b 

— William, 20 a 1 6 
Ciucas, George Thos., 13 m 1 b 
Cockran, George Bhiir, 26 m 8 c 
Cole, Eliza, 13 a 1 6 

— Mary Anne, 21 a 1 6 
Collins, Charles and James, 17y 1 b 
Cottington, Ann, 11 a 1 6 
Conlon, James, 4 m 1 6 
Cowdcroy, Richard John, S a\ b 
Cowper, Jeremiah, 7 a 11 c 
Crighton, John, loy 1 b 
CoUmer's Index of, 22.; 1 h 
Dallaway, Sarah Ann EUzabeth, 1 a 4 e 
Davidson, Helen Elizabeth, 10 a 1 6 
Dawson, John Burch, lOal b 
Deen, James, Creditors of, 23 m I b 
Dick, James, 4 m 1 6 
Dovaston, Richard, 13 a 1 6 
Driver, William, 4 a 1 6->22 alb 
Dumelenge, Jemima Matilda, 7 a 1 6 
Dyson, Fred, (rraham, 26 j 1 b 
Eagle, William Ward, 16 a 1 ib 
Easton, — , 17 alb 
Kllerby and Green, 3 a 1 b 
English, Robert, 7 m 1 b 
Erbrechte, Heinrich Behn, 5 j 1 6 
Fmhling, Richard Wilhelm Theoder, 22 m 



1 6 



Gaseltinc, Janet Caroline, 29 / 1 b 
Gibson, Frederick, 30 a 1 b 
Golden, Robert, 10 a I b 
^ Goodwin, Henry, l\ a \ b 
Goodwyn, Wife of John, 1 a 1 b 
Goulden, Jt)]in Keen, 8 m 1 b 
Grc-cn and Ellorbv, 3 « 1 b 
Griffiths. K., VJj'l h 
Gun*s ludex to, 1 (> m 1 h 



Next of Kin^Pemna Wanted, Ac. Uontimaiy 

Hall, Ann, Descendant of Bp. J »«5ci'li Hall' 

la lb 
Harden, Joseph and John, 23 /• 1 '; 

— Harwood, James, and Sarah Spepstr, 7 m 
lb 

— Hawkins, Alfred Samuel, 1 j 1 b 
Haworth, John, 22 a 1 b 

Heaton, Isaac, 10 r» I b 

Hillyer, Ann, 7 ml b 

Hobson, John, 9 »« 1 b — 16 m I h 

Holm, Maivarct. 22 m I b 

Hoyland, Mw., 8 «i 1 b 

Hughes, John, 15 m 1 h — 18 m 1 b 

Hynes, Mary Jane, 23 <i 1 b 

Joseph, 16 a 1 b 

-— Ironmonger, Benjamin, 13 «i 1 b 

Isdell, Clara, 1 o 6 b 

Johnston, J. H., 22 m 1 b 



Johnstone, Edward, 24 j 1 b 

Jones, William. 7 a I b 

Knight, Elizabeth Margaret, 24 j 1 b 

Lacy, Eiiz. Mary, 11 /» 5 a 

Lambe, Augusta Mary, 24 ^ 1 b 

Lee, Tnoroas, 30 i 1 b 

Le Grand, John, 1 a 1 b 

Lister, John, 19 »i 1 b 

Lucas, Stephen, 24 a 1 b 

Lynd, Eleanor, 22 w 1 b 

Mackimin, James, 24 a 1 b 

M*Clure. Rear Adm. Sir R. I. U. Mesurier, 

21 m 1 b 

M*Mnrdo, Archil)ald Robert, 8 <i 1 b 

Marshall, Isaac, \hj\ b— 22i I h 

Mawby, Joseph, 6; 1 b 

Meyer, Rosina Catherine, Codicil of, 18 a 

lb 

Milbum, John, 30 a 13 a 

Milliken, John, 21 a 1 b 

Morgan, James, and Esther Pegler, Mar- 
riage Certificate of, 8 m 1 b 

Mullet, M., 13j 1 b 

Munchin, John Squire, 28 a 18 « 

Names of Persons Buried in the Eutopean 

Cemeteries of India from 1690—1815, 80 a 1 b 

Netherway, Emanuel, 20 a 1 ^ 

Newdick. Shirley, 29 j 1 b 

Nicol, William, 9 a I b 

Nowlan, John, 18 ; 1 b 

Oakley, Wm. Watts, 8 im 1 b 

O'Niell, Anne, and Thomas Walker, 21 m 

lb 
— ^ Palmer, William, and Sarah Mary, 23 a 1 b 

— 18iRlb 
— Pegus, Julia Maria Morton, 14 m 1 b 
Phillips, Charles Georee, 10 a 1 b 

■ Miss Fanny, 10 a 1 b 

Pole, Scverine, 30 a 1 ^ 

Pollard, J., 6 a 1 6 

Power, Mrs., 25 a I 6 

Proudfoot, Edmund and Thos., 13 ?u 1 b 

Ratray, Mary Gray, 6 m 18 a 

Kawlings, M. G. Austin, 10 a 1 b 

lloovca, Thomas, 2 wi 1 b 

Richardson, Mary, 29 j 1 b 

Ridley, George Samuel, 17 a 1 b 



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rALIIEB*g INDEX TO *' THE TIKES " NEWSPAPER. [April. 1 tO 



l^ezt of Kin— FenonB Wanted, Ac, (continued), 

RoPP, Rev. Wm., 12 w 1 6 

Win., 11 ft 1 6 



Ilussell, Miss, IS J 1 h 

— Richard nnd Margnret, 8 a 1 6 
Screen, Emma, 4j\b 

Shaw, James, !9 m 1 & 
-. Major Wm. Fred., 6 alb 
Sheppard, Hu h, 29^16 

— Shepherd or Smith, 22i 1 6 
Sherwood, J., Hi I b 
Shreeve, DaiJel, 8 a 1 6 
Smith, Edwin, 1 i 1 6 

— Francis, Aj lb 

— Nicholas, 1 a 1 ft 

— Samuel, 18 « 1 i— 25 mlh 
Stone, Robert. 17; 13 c 
Storm, Anna Maria, 1 a 1 & 
Stych, William J., 1 a 1 6 
Sutton, John, 13 in 1 ft 

William and Elizabeth, Marriage Certi* 



ficate, Gj 1 ft 

■:— Taylor, Edward and Emma, 21 m 1 ft 

— Teasdalc, Agnes, 9 / 1 ft 

— Temple, Frank, 9 « 1 6 

— Thomas, Mary Ann, 1 a 1 ft 

— Tompkins, John Cole, 27 a I ft 

— Turner, Adolphus, 1 i« 1 ft 

— Turvin. C. H., 16; 1 ft 

— Underwood, William, 18./ 1 ft 

— Walker, Thoma?, 2 a 1 ft" 
Lydia, 23 a 1 ft 

Thos., and Anne O'Neill, 21 m 1 ft 



Wood, Herbert, 29 a 1 ft 
Woolley, Alfred, 26 m 1 ft 
Yerraway, James, 14 a 1 ft 
Young, George Walter, 8 w 1 ft 
John Adolphus, 27 a 1 ft 



Night Drinking, 2 lO/ 

Nine Hjurs Bill, Notes about, 29 a Gf 

No More Cakes and Tea, 13 m 10 b 

Noble but Monotonous—the Engluhmanf 13 a 

14 ft 
•^~ Conduct — Rescue of an Old Man from 

Drowning by Lt. Elliott, 23 a 11 c 
Norfolk Agricultural Society, Annual Show, 18 

J 6 c 
North East Agricultural Society of Ireland, 20 

i8ft 
Eastern Hospital for Children, Annual 

Meeting, 28 m 7 «— 22 i 11/ 

London Hospital for Consumption, SOm 10/ 

Northern Assurance Company, 15i 8 a 
Northumberland Houee, Notes about, lOj 8 ft 
Norton (G. C.) on London Police Magistrates, 

18 Q 18/— 30 a 10 d 
Norway. Dark Sketch— Donations, 13 a 12 d 

Notes about, 2 a 7 ft 

ard New Zealand, 8 « 8 c 

Not D zzling— Sir Garnet Wolseley's Pay, 27 a 

11/* 
Nottingh: m Maundy Tliursday Fair, 8 a 5 ft 

Elcci on Riots and Claims for Damage, 25 

a 9./ 
Nova Scotir, Politics in, Ij Of 

nrscs for the Sick Piior, 18 w 12 /*— 19 mile 



0*l ,' A /!_ Oil 



1 1 



*u\ , o 



o. 

Oak and the Ash, 29 m 7 ft~l j 14 c — 5 j 12 a 

Ocean Highways and Byways, 16 a 5 <f 

Odams (James) on the Cattle Disease^ 28 m 6 / 

-15;13« 
Odd Fellows, Order of, Fete Day at the Crystal 

Pakce, 28 w 9/ 
Offenbach (Herr) Action Against the Poy<, 30 

j5b 
Official Civil Appointments, 4 a 5 /— 18 a 9 /— 

25 a 8 a— 27 a 7 ft— 2 m 5 d-^S m 7 e — 9 m7t 
—11 m 12 c— 16 m 9 /— 20 m 7 /— 23 m 6 e— 

26 m 6 rf- 8; 14 ft— 16 ; 9 «— 22> 11 /— 29; % 
/— 29 j 14 c 

Oil for Lighthouses, 26; 4/ 

Oils, State of the Market, 1 a 7 «— 2 a 6 </— 3 a 

6 c— 8 a 7 c— 9 a 6 a— 10 a 7 ft— 11 a 7 ft— 13 
a 7 /•— 16 a 7 f—U a 10 ft— 18 a 10 rf— 22 a 7 
c— 23 a 6 </— 25 a 7/— 29 a 12 ft— 30 a 7 </— 1 
m 10 ft— 2 m 11 ft- 6 »M 10 «— 7 m 7 <>— 8 m 11 
c— 9 m 7 e— 13 m 10 ft— 14 m 7 f—l5 jm 7 ft— 
16 m 10 c— 20 m 11 r— 21 m 9 ft— 22 m 11 ft— 
23 iM 6 rf -28 «i 6 «?— 29 m 6 ft— 30 m 6 c— 3 i 
11 rf— 4 i 6 «— 6 j 11 ft— 6 / 10 e— 10/ 10 c- 
11 j 7 ft— 12; 10 ft— 13; 10 ft— 17 / 10 rf— 18; 

7 a— 19; 10 c— 20 / 10 c— 24 ; 9 rf— 25/ 7 c- 
26; 7 e 

Old Catholics, First Synod of, in Gernuuiy, 28 

in 6 a — 29 m 5 a 
Bepresentatiye Meeting of Swiaa, at Berne, 

23; 4 e 

Hoax, 4 a 6 ft 

Oldfield (Edm.) on St. PauPs Cathedral, 25 ; 12 

ft— 27; He 
OXeary (John) on Our Dublin Correspondent, 

9all/ 
OUiyier (M. E.) on the Necessity for a PlebiMite 

in France, 14 a 6 /" 
0*Loghlen (Colman) on Irish Peers, 9 a 8 c 
Olympia, Explorations of, 28 m 12 ft 
Onslow (Guildford) on Jean Luie, 11 a 11 6 
Ontario, ProYince of, 10 a 9^ 
Ophthalmia and the Anerley School, 9 »t 7/ 
Opium Eating m the United States, 20m 9 f 
Oriental Court Usages, 25 ; 6/ 
Original or Replica, 20 ; 5 ft 
Orleans (Bp. of) on French Miracles, 7 a 4 d 
Osbom (Geo.)ion the Farm Labourers' Lock-Oat. 

23 m 10 c 
(Rear Adro.) on Manning the Nary, 23 a 

10 d 
Otago and Southland Investment Company, 30 

a 7 a 
Out Door Relief and Thrift, 19; 4 « 
Overcrowding in East London, 4 a 9/ 

in Bedfordshire, 26 m 7 ft 

Overend Gurney & Co., Further Return to 

Shareholders, 9 / 12 <* 
Owen's College, Distribution of Prizes. 23 n 

12c 
Oxenham (F. N.) on Lord Selbome and the Dnkc 

of Marlborough, 6; 8 ft 
Oxford nnd Cambridge Schools' Certificate 

Examination, 8 m 10 e 

• Diggings, 23 m 12 «— 25 m 12 r 

as a Depot Centre, Notes a1>out, 25 m 



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OXFORT) UNIVEBSITY:— 

Abbot Scholarship, ImSn-U w 14 /— 25 

ai 9 /--28 m 6/ 

Appointments, 30 j 5/ 

— Hampton Lecturer, 7 mS a 

Chancellor*8 Prizes, A words, SJ 7 b 

Class Lists, 11 y 10 c— 127 6 rf— 18 / 8 a— 

15/ 7 c— ley 11/— 24y 11 / 

Commemoration Festivities, 18^ 5 « 

DegKet Conferred, 9 a 7 /— 16 a 5 «— 24 a 

7/— 29 a 12 rf— 8 m 12 e— U im 10 «— 23 mod 

—25 m 9 /—2a m 10 *— 6^ 9 /— 12 j G rf— 20 

J 7/ 
■ Honorary, 11 7 10 c 

Denyshlps and Exhibitions, 20 / 8 / 

Deputy High Steward, 14 m 10 e 

Elections, 11 a 12 /— 17 a 12 /— 21 a 12 c 

-23 a 9/— 28 ni 5 /— 17^ 9/— 24 j 11 /— 20 

J 8/ 

to Scholarships, 4j7 a — 15 7 7 c 



Ellerton Prize Essay, 1/12/ 
Examinations for Certificates, 27 m 5 /* 
— for Degrees, 27 m 6/— 15 j7 c 
in MuBic, 24 a 7/ 

— Examiners for Schools, 2 a 8 d-^7 m 8 a — 

— Exhibitions, Elections to, 27 m 5/ 
Fellowships, 14 m 10 s 

— Fencing of the Obsorratory, Grant for, 12 

jnd 

— GaisfordPrizo, 2^5/ 

— Icelandic University, Grant of Books to, 4 
}7 a 

— International Law, Hesigaation of Professor 
Bernard, 11 m 14 /* 

— - Keeper of the Museum, 29 mlO b 

— Kennicott Hebrew Scholarship, Awaid, 17 

•~ Lectures, 7 m 8 « 

— Library, 14 ni 10 5 

— Linacre Professor, Salary, I2j6 d 

Lothian Essay Prize, 22 m 12 c— 6 ; 9 / 

' — Lusby Foundation, 18 a 12 & 

— Magdalen Hall, Incorporation Bill, 20/12 
«— 5 III 13 <v-28 m 5/— 4y 7 a 

Elections to Scholarships, 4 jh 7 c 

Notes about, 19 w 7 c 

Miscellaneous News, 16 a 6 « 

— Moderators, 6^9/ 

— Museum Delegate, First Election by the 
Vice-chancellor and Proctors, 11 i 10 r 

■ — • New SUtutes, 6 i 7 c 

■ — Newdegate Prize, Award, Bj7 h 

Open SchoUurships, 11 a 12 /"— 23 a 9 /•— 28 

o 12/— 29 a 12 rf— €> 7 « 

Proctors, Change of, 16 aB e 

Professorial Instruction at, 18/10/ 

• — Pusoy and Ellerton Hebrew Seholnrship^i, 

Awards, 17^9/ 
- — Resolutions, 2 »i 7.X' 

Kcsponsions, Candidates for, 14 im 10 c 

Rigaud (Stephen Peter) Presentations of 

the Papers of, to the University, by his Sons, 

21) M 10 b 
—^ St. Mary Mngdalcn C'hurth, Grant to, li* 

./ •*> (i 



Oxford TJniverBity (continued). 

Theological Honour Listp, ITi ; 7 /* 

University Museum, Increased Grant to, 20 

a Vld 
Vacant Scholarships, Apixilntn.cnts to, 2 a 

8a 
Oysters, New Bed Found at Shorekam, 29 a 7 6 

P. 

Pacific Steam Navigation Companv. 17 a 10 c — 

15J8c— 16yi2 6— 24i9e 
Paddington, Public Library for, liO in 7 f 
Page (S. Flood) on National Mnsio Mcetini;!i. 

14 ri 5 e 
Page-Koberts (W.) on the Public Worship Re- 
gulation Bill, 14 m 10 
Paget (Alfred) Yachts at Boulogne, 5/106 
Palestme, Cook's Tours in, 5 m 11 /' 

Exploration. 14 m 12 6—23 /'O /"— 27 j 12 h 

Palmer (Francis B.) on the Land Titles and 

Transfer BiU, 24 a 7 6 
(George Horsley ) on Innocent Prisoners, 1 2 

m 18 c— 14 m 11 /— 18 m 13 b 

fH. S.) on Mount Sinai. 8 a 8 e— 4 a 10.; 

• — Shipbuilding and Iron Company, 13 m 10 a 

Papal Anniversaries, 24 a 4 c? 

Paraguay, Revolution in, a 5 <* 

Paris and France— Baumgarter*8 Work about, 

\\m8h 
— Cabmen and the Bonapartists, 24 / 14 r 
Communists in New Caledcnia, Xarraiive 

by Escaped, 27i9/— 29,/ 9 f/— 30 j 12 d 

'* Salon," t^ee Fixb Arts. 

Parliament and the Convocation, 9 j 7 c 

Commons Examiners of Privnte Bill^. 

Meetings, 1 a 12 d 

First Act of the Session, 1 « 8 6 

House of Commons Printing. 21 w 8 d 

Street, Removing the Colonial Offices 

Hoardmg, 29y7c 
Parliamentary and Municipal FraRchise, 18 a 

10/ 

Constituents, Official Returns of. 24 / 6 / 

PABLXAMENTABT PB00EEDINO9 ;— 

Accidents to Railway Serrants, 18 a C b 

to Workmen, 6 /« 7 « 

— - Acton Sewage, 9J 9 6 

Admiralty, 15 in G a— 19 m 9 b 

Surgeons, 6 m 7 « 

Admission of Boys into the Navy, 17/6 c 

Adulteration of Food, 17 a 6 6—28 a 7 rf 

of Liquors, 25 a 6 a— 27 ; 7/ 



Afghanistan, 9 m 5 a 
Agricultural Statistics, 1 m 5 «< 
— Tenants, 20i7 6 
Right, 20 m 6 e 



Alabama Claims, 1 a 6 6 — Sj 6 c 

Alexandria and Ramleh Railway, 17 a 5 6 

Alkalo Act Amendment, 5/ 8 6— 12^ 8 6— 

IG; 10 6— 2GJ6a 

Alleged Breach of Privilege, 19 »i 8 « 

Sacrilege at Wellingborouffli, 26 / 0/ 

Allotments Extension, 23a 8 r 

Anioer of Kasbgnr, 12 m 8 /*— IG m G/ 

Ant'ient Monuments, 1 G n '» a 

— in Ireland, 5 mi 7/ 



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rAI.3IER*S INDEX TO ^' THE TimS " NSW8PAPBB. 



[April 1 



to 



1 



P&rliameniary Proceedings (continued). 

Apothecirioa Amendment Bill, 6 m 7 « 

Appeals from Ireland, 6 w 6 c 

Argentine Republic and Brazil, 20 j 6 d 

— Army Estimates, 1^6 c — 14 06/ 
Accountants, 17 j G c 

Medical Officers, 2G / 5/ 

Paymaster, 2Qjo/ 

' Recruiting, 27 ; 6 a 

Reserves, 14 « G 6 

■ Sergeants, 27j7c 

Ascension Day, 13 w 6 /* 

Ashantee War, 1 a 6 ft— 14 a C ft— 15 a 6 a 

—21 a 5/-20y 6 d—2Gj 6 a 

Honours, 18 a G 6—29 aSa 

War Medal, 12 w 9 a 

-^— Assaults on Women, 19 m 8/ 

Astley Deep Coal Pit, 22 a 6 c 

Attorneys and Solicitors Bill, 15 a 6 a 

Bank Holydays and the Customs, 5 m 7 e 

"—^ Barnstaple Election, 2 mO b 

Bengal Famine, 1 a G a— 15 a 6 a— 18 a 6 

a— 22a6e~25a 5 n 

— Bethnal Green Museum, 15 a 6 5 

Betting Bill, 16 a G e— 22 a 6/— 28 a Bf— 

29 ad e— 8 m 5 a— 13 m G a— 16 m 6 a— 19 tn 

8 d 
Bills in Committee, 13 m 6 a— 23 ; 6 a— 24 

jSa 
Read a Third Time, 12 ; 6 «— 23 ; 6 a— 24 

j 8 a— 27 i G-a & d—^Oj G a 
Bishop of Calcutta (Leare of Absence) 

Bill, 2 m 6 a— 6 m 7 c— 12 in 10 a— 22 mSa 
Board of Trade Arbitrators Ac, Bill, 12 m 

10 a— 19 m 9 cf— 9 ; 10 a— 287 G a 
Orders, 23JGfl 



of Works and West End Drains, 8 in 6 « 

— Boarding out Pauper Children, 24 j 8 a 

— Bolton-le- Sands, &c. Reclamation BiU, 12 
m 8 «— 22 m G d 

— Borough Funds Act, 13 m 6 / 

— Boundaries of Archdeaconries and Rural 
Deaneries Bill, 1 m 5 a — Id m 6 a 

— Boxer— Shrapnel Shell, 13 j 6 d 

— Breach of Privilege — Case of Mr. France, 

276/ 

— British Subjects in Bilbao, 1 a 6 6 

Museum, 22 a 6/— 20^ 6 d 



Broadmoor Asylum, 24 a 5 b 

Broadstairs Water Bill, lOjCf 

Budget, 17 a 5 c — 24 a oc 

Proposals, 28 a G a 



— Building Societies Bill, 29 a 9 rf— 11 / G/ 
— 12^8 6— 20i7rf 

Business of the House, 21 a 6 a— 25 a a 



— 2 TO G c— 28 m 7 t/— 6 ; G/— 9 j 9 ft— 12 j7 a 
—17 j 6 <r— 18 TO G /•— 23 J G c— 26 jGa &'/ 

Cadets in the l^avy, 13 / 6 n 

Cairo Consulship, 5 w 7 e 

Callan Schools, 3y 6 c & d 

Canada, SO^Gft 

Pacific Railway. 2^ a G a 

Canadian House of Commons, \i a Ga 

Stock Bill, 9j 10 rt— 12 i 8 ft— 1 j f— 



24y8a-2G;5f 

— ('ape of Oood Hope, 23 m 7 d 

njinitfllinn nronta *\ i S r 



Parliainentaiy Prooeedings (continued), 

' Captain Neven, 12 to 9 a 

Carlist War, 14 a G 6 

Case of Patrick Casey, 13 m 7 6 

of Commander Cheyne, 16^ 8 rf 

of CoL Hellier, 20 ; 6 rf 

of Mr. Jackson, ISy 6 e 

of Daniel Norley, 19 m 8 « 

of Wm. Venables, 19i 7 * 

Catholic Inmates of Workhoiues, 26 ; 5/ 

Cattle Disease, 20i6 a 

in Ireland, 17 a 5 ft— 21 a 6 e — ^24 aba— 

25 a 6/* 
— Chain Cables and Anchors, 2 m 7 e — 6 at 6 



c-5/8ft 

— Cheslure22nd Reg., 19 m 8 d 

— Children Employed in Agricnltnre, 12 i 
ft— 13 TO 6/ 

— Church Patronage Committee, 29 a S a 
in Scotland, 6 m 6 a— 12 m 8 a— 3 t 5 



lOi 6 a— 16 / 8 a— 17 ; 6 ft— 23 / 6 ft 

— Churches and Cathedrals, 23/ 6 a 

and Chapels Exemption BiU (Scotland). 

IGj 10 ft 

— Churchwardens Rill, 17 a7 d 

— CivU Bill Courts (Ireland) Bill, 23/ 7 d- 
26/ 7 c 

— Service, 8 to 6 o— 12 to 9 « 

Commission, 22 a 6 <f 

Expenditure, 17 a 6 ft 

Estimates, 16 to 6/— 27 7 c 

Superannuation, 10^ 7 a 

Writers, 21 1 5/ 

— Closing of Public Honses, 20 m 6 e 

— - Coercive Legislation for Ireland, 15 a 6 ft 

— College of Physicians in Ireland, 5 jr* 1 1 c 

— Colonels of Cavalry, 19 / 7 ft— 23y C b 

— Colonial Acts, 13> 7 € 
Attorneys Relief Act, 19^ 7/— 23/ 7 «/— 



24^9 a 

Church Bill, 28 a 6 e— 8 m 5 a— 16 m C a 



— 9 / 10 a 

— Compensation to Railway Servants, 15 a 
6ft 

— Compulsory Pilotage, 28 a 6 a 

— Condition of the Liffey, 23 ; 6 c 

— Confederation of South African Colonies, 
24/8 c 

— Conference at Brussels, 12^6 e — 12 j7 a 
Ctnjugal Right (Scotland) Act Amendment, 



23 a 8 c—lBj 7 «— 19i 7 /— 20i 7 d 

— Cunnmgham Training Year, 12/6/ 

— Conservative Banquet at Chelmsford, 6 j 

— Consolidated Fund, 1 a 7 ft — 6 to 9 c — 6 » 7 
e— 9 w 5 rf— IG TO G a 

— Consular Chaplains, 12^8 ft 
Courts and the Suez Canal, 27 jGf 

Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act^ 24 a 



5 ft— 27 J 7 e 

— Conventual Institutions Bill, 20 w 6 ^—2 j 
G c— (5 J (I c— 10 / 7 d—Vdj 6 c 

— Conveyancing and Laiid Transfer Bill. 17 a 



I c 



Convict Prisons in Ireland, 13^ 7 « 
— Service, 22 m 6 e 



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ParUamentary ProcaedingB (^continued), 

Coolies in Reunion, 23^' 6 c 

Coroners' DisbnrsementSy IJjGb 

— Corrections, 3 a (» c 

Cost of the Colonies, o ml e 

Costs in Action for Libel, 19 7/1 S e 

Count Out, lljQb 

County Lunatic Asylums in Ireland, 12 »i 

9a 

Police, 2 in G b 

-^— and Sanitary Authorities, 24 a 5 6 

Courts BUI, 20 i 6 c 

Court of Judicature (Ireland) Bill, 20 m 

7 a 



Martial on Quitting tlie Service, 19 //i S e 

— Courts (Colonial) Jurisdiction Bill, H m(j a 
-S w 6 a— 9 m 5 rf— 22 m 8 a— 27 i G rf 

— Criminal Lunatics in County Asylums, 12 

w 9 A 

— Crystal Palace and its Spirit Licence, 5 m 
Id, 

— Customs and Inland He venue Bill, 19 m 9 
(1—20 m 7 c— 22 m 7 c—2j 6 d—Qj 6 a 

Service Re-Organization of, 27 f 6 e 

Statistical Department, 19 / 7 b 

Writers, 6 w 7 e— G m 6 c— 8 m 6 <i— 20 3 



Gd 



Gb 



Damages Against Irish Officials, 19 m 9 d 
Day (Mrs.) Case of, 8 m 6 a 
Dean Forest, 22 a 6 d--29 add 
Demolition of Dwellings by Railways, 16 m 



— Denominational Education in Ireland, 22 a 
Oc 

Derby Day, Sj 6 A-3 j 12 a-4y 8 c 

— Destruction of Infected Clothes, 15 m 6 6 
- — Diplomatic Correspondence, 17 a 5 cc 

• — Kdations with Mexico, 8 w 6 a 

— Greece, 12 m 9 6 

— - Disturbances in Natal, 17y G a 

- — Divine Sen-ice in the Chim^, 21 a 5 a 

— • D:)ver Harbour, 25 a G a 

■ — Drainage of the Shannon, 24 j 8 e 

■ and Improyement of Land Bill, 5 ; 8 h — 

19j7/— 20/7c/ 

Dublin Police Magistrates, 26> 6 a 

Port and City Railway, 12/8 6 

University, 2 1* 6 e 

' — ■ Dukinfleld Colliery Explosion, 22 a 6/ 

• — • Dunmore Harbour, 1 o 6 a 

■ — Duplicates for Libraries, 18 ; 6 c 

- — Duty on Refined Sugar, 21 a 6 a— 24 a 5 b 

■ — Dwellmgs of the Poor, 24 a 5 a— 9 w 6 6— 

]2«7a— 14 TO 76—27^6 6 
East India Amnesty Fund Bill, 14 a 7 a— 

-'I a 7/-28 a 6/— 1 m 7 d— 2 m 7 «— 19 m 8 

rf-20 IN 6 a— 22 m 6 6 
- — ■ Ecclesiastical Offences, 5 m 9 c 
- — Edmunds (Leonard) the Case of, 80i 6 a 
Education, 2 ra 6 6—6 m 7 a— 16i 9 rf— 80 

;6a 

Division List, 7 m 7 b 

of Army Medical Officers, 22 a 6 rf— 28 a 



5/ 



Estunatos, 28 a 6 a 
Intermediate (Ireland), 10 / 7 a 



Parliamentary Prooeedings (contianfd), 

Election Laws, 2Gy 6 a 

Petitions, 14 a 6 a— 18 a 6 a— 28 a 5 /— 

6 TO 7 c— 8 TO 6 a— 14 m 6 a— 2y G c— 9 3 8'e— 

16y8«— 24y8A 

Withdrawals, 17 a 5 a— 21 « 5 c 



— Elections, 29 a 8 a—l m 5 c— 2 m G 6—8 m 
5 c— 13 TO 7 6—15 m 6 a— 18y 6 J'—2oj G a— 
277 6 c & / 

Electoral Disabilities of Women, IG7' 8 e— 



23^6 6— 24i8c 
— Elementary Education, 1 « G c— 21) a 8 a — 
1 1 i 6 6-20 7 G a— 20i 6 c— 30 ; 6 a 
Extra Subjects in, 2 to 6 / 



— Ellen Constance, 18 a 6 a 

— Emigration of Children to Canada, Gjdc 

— Enclosure Bill, 5j 7 c 

— Endowed Schools, 25 a 5 a— 2 a 6 a—o m 7 
6—8 TO 5 a— 20 m G c— 9i 9 o 

— Epping Drainage District, 22 »i 6 f 
-^ Erie Railway, 8 to 6 6 

and Capt. Tyler, 16 to G rf 

— Evening Schools, 5 to 7 e 

— Evidence Law Amendment (Sottland) Bill, 
S0j7e 

— Ex-Constable Goodohild, Case of, 17 a 5 b 

— Explosive Substances, 17 a 7 rf— 23 m 7 rf 

— Factories and Workshops, 20 / 6 
(Health of Women &c.) BUI, 12 j 7 6—13 



;• 7/— 16 / 8 «— 24 i 8 rf— soy 7 « 

— Factonr Acts Amendment BUI, 7 m 6 6— IG 
»i6 6— 2/6«— 12^8 6 

— Families of Civil Servants of the Crown, 18 
a6e 

— Farmers' Carts, &c., ia Scotland, 1 a 6 a 

— Fiji Islands, 15 a 6 6 

— Annexation of, 12 j 7 a 
Rumoured Cession of, 21 a 5 cE 



Fines, Fees and Penalties BilL 22 m 8 a«- 

24TO8rf 

Fires, 29 a 8 6 

First Fruits, 3 ; 6 a 

Flag of the Dominion of Canada, G / 6 e 

— Flag of Ireland Newspaper, 2 m 7 c 

Foot and Mouth Disease, 3 j 6 6— 16/ 8 rf 

Foreign Conventual Institutions, 8 m 6 6 

Foreshores (Ireland), 22 to 6 e 

Four Courts Marhalsea BiU (Dublin), 20 m 

7 c— 9y 10 a— 12y 8 6—19 j 7 «— 20 ; 6 c 

Franchise in Ireland, 18 a G 6 

French Ports, 8 to 5 e 

Friendly Societies, 28 a 6 a — 6 J 6 c— 4) / 

e— 17 J 6 c— 23 / 6 «— 30 > 7 e 

Frescoes in the House of Lords, 30i G 6 

Furlough from India, 1 to 5 a 

Galway Election, 8 w 7 6—3 J 6 e— 6 / 7 a 

—20 j G e 
Game Birds (Ireland) Bill, 16 a 6 /— 29 a 

9 rf— 1 m 7 rf— 6 m 6 a— 9 to 5 d 

Laws (Scotland; Bill, 30 a 6 c 

Garrison Left at Prahsu, 8 to 6 6 

Instructors, 15 m 6 6 



— Gas Orders Confirmation Bill, 21 a 5 e— 29 
a 8 a—l TO 5 a — 8 m 7 rf— 16 m 6 a— 20 m 7 c 
— 12y 6 «— 13 J rf— 16 J 8 c— 23 1 7 rf 

— Gelligaer ScliooU, 9 m 5 c— 16 w 6 a 



Par 



1>AL1IEB*8 INDEX TO "THE TIMES** NEWBPAPEH. 



[April 1 



Parliamentary ProceedingB (continuetf). 

General l*ost Office, 13^ 6 e 

Germ'nation of Grain in Kngland, 5 m 7 e 

Glover f Capt.) 24 a 6 6 

Oold Coast, ,30 a G 6—18 m 6 o— 15 m 6 6— 

IG m 6— li> m 8 «— 22 »i 6 e— 9 i 9 a—2Gj G e 

Government of Spain, 23 j G o 

(lovcmor Maclean, 9 i 9 o 

(iranlham Gas Bill, :J / 5 « 

Grosvenor Place, 9^ 9 « 

Guana, 28 a fi a— 15 »* G c— 23 m 7 li 

Hampshire Militia, G ; 6 e 

Hampton Court Park, 25 a G a 

Harbour of Colombo (Loan) Bill, 19 i' 7 « 

-'^0/6 c K J f J 

Her Majesty's Consul at Batavia, 20 m G f 

Dockyards, 21 a G a 

Ship Decastatiwi, 1 a G //— 29 a%b 

Aboukifi 19 / 7 6 



Ships on the Indian Station, 17 a 5 o 



— Herring Barrels, 12 w 8 /•—22 wi 8 i— 9 j 
10 a— 2+78 «—2Gi oe 

— llertf«>rd College (Magdalen Hall) Oxford, 
Bill, 5 /« 7 ^—6 m 6 o— 9 m 5 (/— 20 w 6 c 

— IJighcr Education of Women, 13> 7 6 

— Highways, 8 m 6 a 

— Uillicr (Deputy Inspccter) Case of, 19 m 



8 e 
Holyhead Old Harbour Road Bill, 22 m 8 a 

—2 j 7 e— 12 J G €— 2G ; 6 e 

Home Rule, 23 m 7 rf— 20 j 6 «— 28 j G b 

Homeward Mails, 6j G/ 

Homicide Law Amendment Bill, 23 m 8 6 

—12; 8 6 

Hondurus, Minister for, 22 wi G c 

Horses, Export of, 12 /« 8 /' 

Household Franchise (Counties) Bill, 14 vi 

6 &— 15 m Ge 
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, 21 a 

Ga 

Hypothec (Scotland) Bill, 20 w G e 

Importation of Foreign Cattle, 20 ^ 6 d 

of Irish Cattle, 24 ; 8 r 

of Salt into France, 1 hi 5 d 



Iniprisonment for Debt, 15 a 6 6—21 a 5/ 

— 5 7 7 c 

Income Tax, 14 a G 6— G / 6 e 

' Surcharges, 24 a 5 6 

Inconvement Questions, 4^9/ 

India and the 81st Regiment, 16 j 8 H 

Indian Appointments, I67 8 rf 

Budget, 22 w G /* 

Councils Bill, 2/6 rf— 10 j G d—lGj 8 b 



-23i6c— 24>8 6 

— Loans, 24 a 5 6 

— Ordnance Corps, G / G c 

— liailways, 26 J 6 d 
Industrial School "Eleven," V^J7b—2Sj 



G6 

Infanticide Bill, 14 a 7 a— 15 wi G e 

Infants Contracts Bill, 10 j G «— 17:;" G a— 

}9j7 a— 25 jSf 

Infected Cattle, 23 j G 6 

Infectious Diseases, Importation of, ISj 7 c 

Inn-Keepers' LiabiUty Bill, 14 w 7 6 

Inspectors of Nuisances, 1 m 5 d 



Parliamentary Proceedings (cmuinuedi, 

Intoxicating Liquor Act, 15 a 6 6 

Liquors Bill, 12 m 8/— 12 m 9 ^-13 m 6 

e— 5i7r— Sy 86— 8y7a— 9j 9c— 10>7(J 
— 12;G/'— 17/ 6C-I87 6y— 19i7f— 20)0 
/— 20 ;■ 7 rf— 23 j G f — 24> 8 a— 24jf 9 a 

Irish Chancery Courts, 19 ; 7 c 

Church Representative Body, 22mCd 

Surplus, 28 a 5/— 22 mGb 

Civil Service, 23 ; 6 6 

College of Physicians, 2Qj Ge 

Constabulary, 1 a C b-'20j G d 

Educational Commissioners, 9 i 9 6 

and EngUsh Parliamentary Relations, 10 

Fisheries, 2 m G c— 4 m 10 6-12 w 9 o- 



jSd 



22//iG€— ayOA— GJG/ 

Grand Jury System, 21 a 5/ 

Judges, Appointment of, 2G j G b 

Land Act, 22 m 6 e— 23 > C c 

Law Courte, 20 m 6 c— 23 w 7 c 

Magistracy, 2G / G a 

National School Teachers, 10 i 7 r 

— Prosecutions, 15 m G & 

liailways, 29 a 8 6—30 a C e— 1 mia 

and Scotch Appeals, 5 m7 d 

— Ironclads, Alteration of, 15 mGb 
Construction of, 19 m 8 / 



a- 



Isle of Man Harbour Dues, 21 a Jj—'i « ^ 
-5 »i 7 f— 6 »i 6 a 

— Issue of New Writs, 8 w G 6 

— Joint Stock Companies, 25 a 6 a 

— Judicature and AppeaL 8 m 6 a 
Act, 22 a G o— 19 m 8 a—dj 9 a-V2j^f 



—I2j 6/-23 J G a— 23y 8 b 

(IreUnd) Bill, 2 m 6 6— 19> 7 a 



— Juries Bill, 23 a 8 6—6 m 7 c— 16 mCd- 
22 m 8 a— 2y 7 «— 18 j 6 <— 16 1 10 c— 19; 7^ 
23y7rf— 27iGtf 

System (Irehrnd), 18 a 7 /— 23 a 8 e 



Justice Lawson, 6m7 d 

Kerry Election Petition, 13 m 6 cf 

Kilmainham Hospital, 1 a 6 a — 14 a G a 

Kingdom of Dahomey, 28^ 6 a 

Kirwee Prize Accounts, dOjGb 

Knightsbridgd Barrack?, 22 a 6 </ 

Lalwurers' Cottages, 1 a 6 6 

Dwellings in Ireland, IG m 6 6 

in Somefs Town, 2\ aSf 

Lamps in Railway Carriages, 2 m 6 6 

Land in Ireland, 5 tn 7 a 

Bills, IGfiiGo 

— Drainage, 30 ; 6 a 

Tax, 15 « G 6 

Commissioners' Names Bill, 26a(if^ 



9^9/- 20/C c 
Lands Tithes and Transfer Bill, 24 a 3 d- 

28 a 5 c— 6 m 6 a— 2 j 6 a . 
Landseer's Portrait of Sir Walter Scott, 1« 

m66 

Languard Fort, 24 a 5 6 

Late Dissolution— Vote of Censure, 25 ««* 

Law Charges (Ireland), 23 m 7 (f 

Leases and Sales of SetUed Estates Bill, ^ 

m S a 
Leaminirton Station. Late Distnibaooe »i 



June. 3U, 1«74.] rALMKu*a index to *' the times ** NEWSPAi>£ii. 



t9.t 



Parliamentary Proceedings {continiud), 

Legal Departments, 28 a G a 

Licensing Act Amendment Bill, 28 a 6/— 

1 m 5 rf— 7 m 6 6—8 m G a & b—27j 6 d 

Return, 3 / 6 c 

Bill, I a 6 6—24 a 5 6—25 a 6 a— 2 ?» 6 c 

-2 J 6 e 
■ System (Ireland), 9 »i of 

in Scotland, 19 y 7 c 

Light in the Clock Tower, 22 n C d—2(ij 

Liquor Statistics, 247 8 a 

Livingstone (Dr.) Case of, 1 r* C 6—12 m 9 a 

Loans to Local Authorities in Ireland, 18 a 



G6 

— Local Authorities Receipts and Expendi- 
ture, 20 »i 6 e 

Government Provisional Orders Bill, 1 « 

G c— 16 a G /— 25 a 5 /— 28 a 5 c— 19 »t 
y (/-5 J 8 6-19 ; 7 a— 20 / 6 c— 27 / 6 d 
— 30;6rt 

Rates, Government Contributions to, 26j 



7c 



and Railway Dividends, IG m 
Lord Sandhurst, see Sandhurst 
Lunatics, 24 ci 5 6 
Police and the Budget, 2SaGa 



Madras Irrigation Company, 9 ni 6 c 

and Canal Company, 9^ 9 6 

Magistracy of Tipperary, 22 w 6 c— 20^ 6 d 

Magistrates (Irehind) &c. Bill, 28 m 8 a— 2 

j 7 eSj le'-GJG f—U j 6 c— 17 j 6 6 

Mail Contracts, 10 ^ 7 a 

Malay Peninsular, 20 m 6 6 

Malt Tax, 24 a6c 

Marine Department of the Board of Trade, 

Gm6 c 

Marriages I/Cgislation, 1 in 6 a— 6 ?« 6 a — 

8 fA 5 a— 19 m 9 (i- 22 7R 8 a 

Married Women's Property Act Amend- 
ment, 16 a G e— 18 a 6 6—19 m 9 rf— 23 m 8 6 
— 8y 7 e— 17 3 G a- 27 j6d 

Martini-Henri Rifles, 15 in 6 6 

Masters of Pleasure Yachts, 3/66 

Mauritius, 28 a 6 a 

Merchant Shipping (Measurement of Ton- 
nage) Bill, 9^9/ 

Ships 20 w 7 6 

Survey Bill, 25 ; 6 a— 26 j 10 e 



Meteorology in India, 9 m 6/ 

Metropolitan Buildings and Management 

BiU, 80 a 6 a— 8 m7 d 

Gas Companies' Aecounts, 19 m 8 d 

Police, 2 jn 6 c 

Magistrates, 16 m 6 6 

— - Middlesex Sessions BUI, 1 o 6 c— 17 aS a — 
24 a 5 o— 25 a 6/ 

Midnight Closing, 5JSa 

— - Military Depot Centre, 26 i 6 a 

MUitia, 2 i 6 c— 5 j 7 c— 20 jGe 

Adjutants, 21 ti 5/ 

Law Amendment Bill, 9 / 10 a— 12 h 
-.26j5e— 27i6rf 

Storehouses, 12 7» 9 a 
MiUbank Prison, 22 aGd 
Minister of Instruction, 22 w 6 a— 2? « 



Pariiamentary Proceedinga {centiund), 

Mineral Oils in France, 15 a 6 ci 

Mission at Berne, Sm7 d 

Mixing Spirits, 10^ 7 a 

Monastic and Conventual Institutions Bill 

25 rt 6 a— 2 m 7 c— 23 m 7 rf— 3^ 7 c-10 / G^' 

Morning Sitting, 20y G e 

Municipal Privileges ^Ireland) 18 <c 7 e— 2J 



a 6/— 29 rt 9 e— 20 m 7 c— 19^ 7/— 2uy 7 rf- 
23/7 d 

Boroughs (Auditors and Assessor) Bill, 



21 m 8 d 

Corporations, 10 j 7 f—23 jGc 

Elections, 28 a Gf—Oj 10 a 

— Mutiny Bills, 1 « 6 c— 14 a 7 a— 17 a 7 c - 
18 a 7 c— 21 a 6 a— 24 a 5 a 

— National Debt. 28 « 5/ 

Charges on the Irish Poor Rate, 16 m 6 6 

Education (Ireland) 6 i 6 e— 16 j 8 r 

Gallery, 15 a 6 a— 17 a 5 6—25 a 7 6—1 



m 5 </— 9 »i 5 ./ 

— Natural History- India, 6 hi 6 6 

— Naval Reserve, 18 a 6 <i 

Estimates, 21 « 6 rf— 1 m 5 e— 19 w 9 6 

Returns, 2 m 6 a 



Nawab Nnzim of Bengal. 24 / 7 e 
New Law Courts, 17 q 5 6—25 a 7 6 
Members, 14 a 6 a — 15 a 6 a— 15 a 8 a — 



17 a 5 a— 18 a 12 c— 22 a 6 c— 25 a 8 «- 28 a 
5f—29 a 10 ci— 2 »i 6 a — 8 »i 5 «— 9 m 7 6— 
19 m 8 rf— 20 wi 6 rf— 20 w 7/— 22 wj 6 </— 23 m 
GeS0m7f—2jG d-S j 5 /*— 3 ; 8 a— 1 3 ; 7 

/_16y 8 e-17y 7 6-20 ; 6 «/-24 j 8 (1-^4 j 
10 a— 26; 6/ 

Peer, 8 j 5 a— 9 ; 8 a 

Silver Coins, 20y 6 « 

Writs, 17 Q 5 a-18 a 7 /— 28 a 5^-29 



a 8 6—1 »i 7 rf— 8 m 7 rf— 9 mi 6/— 12 i« 10 a— 
19 TO 8 e-3 / 6 6—5 j 7 c-9 j 9 6-19 ; 8 a 
for Stroud, 9 m 5/ 



Newfoundland Telegraphs, 22 m 6/ 
Fisheries, 5 j 7 c 



— Notices of Motions, 1 a 6 6—13 o 1015—14 
a G c— 14 a 7 6—15 a 5 o— 15 a 6/— 16 a G a 
_16 a 7 Q— 17 a 6 6—17 a 7 rf— 20 a 10 6—21 
a 6 e— 21 a 7 /*— 22 a 6 c— 22 a 7 6—23 a 7y— 
23 a 8 a— 24 a 5 a— 24 a 7/- 25 a 6 rt— 27 o 9 
/— 28 a 5/— 28 a 7 rf— 29 a 9/— 30 a 6 c— 1 m 

5 rf— 1 III 8 6—2 m 6 6 — 4 m 10 6—6 w 9 c— 6 m 

6 6—6 m 7/— 7 m 8 c— 8 w 6 a— 8 w 7 rf— 9 m 
5 «— 11 »i 10 6—12 m 10 rt— 18 TO 6 f—V6 m 7 e 
— 14 TO 6 rt— 14 TO 7 6—15 TO 6 f—lG m 6 6—18 
TO 10 6—19 TO 9/— 20 TO 5/— 20 to 6 d— 21 to 8 
c-22 TO 6 rf-22 TO 8 b-iy 12 6-2^ Tf-Sj G 
„-4 / 7/-5 ;• 5 /-8i 10 6-9^ 10 a-10 ; 7 
rf-11 j 8 c— 12 j 8 6— 15> 9/— 16 / 8 c & rf— 
17 / 7 a— 18 i 6 a &/— 19i 8 rt-22 j 10 6—23 
j 7 rf— 24 J 8 c— 24 j 9 b—2oj 5 rf— 26 3 8 a— 
29 j 10 6— 30 J 6 6—30 7 7 e 

— Offences Against the Person Bill, 14 a 7 a 

—28 a 6/ 

— Office of Clerk of Parliament &c., 20 j 6 6 

— Of&cers of the Houses of Parliament, 13 m 

7rt 

of Convict Prisons, 22 to 6 fi 



Memorial Coramiasion, Gi7 f -17J G c 



^ 



Pat 



PALICEB's IMi>KX TO '* Til£ TIMES " KBWBFAPICC. [April 1 tO 



rarliamentary Pfoceedingn (continued), 

( )l)emii^ of Museums on Sunday, 20 m C e 

Orders of the Day, 13 a 10 c—U a 7 i— 15 

a G /— KJ a 7 o- 17 a 7 rf— 18 a a— 20 a 10 A 
—21 a 7 /— 22 a 7 6—28 a 7/— 24 o 7/— 27 a 
J> /— 1'8 a 7 </— L'9 a 8 fr— 29 « O/^-SO « C «— 1 
„; {< /,_.i ,« 10 A— 5 m 9 c— () m'7 /— 7 « 8 c— 
« **/ 7 d—U w 10 i— 12 IN 10 a— 13 «i 7 «— H 
w 7 A— 15 m (i /— 18 m 10 t- 19 mi 9 /•— 20 »i 6 
/'-'-M m 8 e— 22 »i 8 6—1 j 12 6—2 ; 7/— 4 i 7 
■/— 5 j 5 /•— 8 i 10 6—9 / 10 a— 10 ; 7 d—lO j 8 
V-.12J 8 6—16 ; 9/— 16i 8 c— 17 ; 7 a— 18 ; 
i; i—\\) j 8 a— 22i 10 6—23 / 7 c/— 24 ; 9 6—25 
j 5 ^/_-2C ; 8 o— 29i 10 6—80 / 7 <• 

Ordnance Surveys, 21 a 5/— 9 m 5 c — 19 



I 



m H r 



- of North Wales, 3iG6 
-- Trial of. 19 / 7 6 



Outbreak nt Natal, 22 m G c 

— Outrage to a British Consul in Guatemala, 

10 m G6 

Own:?rs of Land, 29 « 8 a 

Ovfitcrs and Mussels, 20 w G 6—5 / 8 6— IG 

j 10 b 

-- — rarliiiDient Street, 23 m 7 a 

r« rlia nient ary Elections (Ketuniing Officers 

Bill. 29 u 9 </— 6 iM 7 e 

Parochial Hecords Bill, VI j 6 c 

Patent Museum, 18 a 6 6 

Fatromige in the Church of £ngland, 22 a 

Gri 

Pauper Lunatics, 12 m 9 a — 15 i» 6 6 

Pay of Officers on the Gold Coast^^ 24 a 5 6 

Peace of Europe, 5 m 7 a 

Permissive Prohibitory Liquor Bill, 18 ; 6 a 

Personal Explanations, 22 m 6 a 

Personation Bill, 18 J 6/— 25^ G/— 26 j 7 c 

Petitions, 1 a 5 a— 14 a G a— 15 a 6 a— 16 

a 6 a— 17 a 5 a, two notices — 18 a 6 a — 21 a 5 
a & «— 22 a Qa&, c— 28 a 8 rr— 24 a 5 a— 25 a 
& /— 28 a 5/— 29 a 8 a— 30 aGa— linSa&c 
—2 m G a— 5 m 7 a & c— 6 m G 6—7 m ^a -8 m 
i: ff & ^—9 w 5 & </— 12 f« 7 rt & e— 13 m G a 
& f/— 14 TO G «— 15 m G rt— IG «i C o— 19 w 8 a 
& c/— 20 w G a & r— 21 m 8 a— 22 m Q a &, c— 
23 m 7 CI c— 2 ; 6 a & c/— 3; 5 a & /"— 5i 6 fl— 

5 ; 7 rr— Gj 6 o & c— 9j 8 a &e— lOj G a & /"— 

11 i G «— 12i G a & «— 13 j G (I & rf— 16^ 8^0 

6 c— 1 7 ; G a & 6—18 ; G a— 19 > 7 n, rwo no- 
^icM— 20y 6 a & </— 23 / 6 a24 > 8 c & 6— 25 / 
G a— 26 J 5 a & Z"— 27 j' C n & (/---30 j' G rr & 6 

from Ho(;kley Important Correction, 23 y 



7d 



7/ 



Pier and Harbour Bill, IG / 8 c 
Piero Delia Francesca's Picture, IGy 8 rf 
Pleuro-Pncumonia, 22 m G d 
Polic, Grants in Aid of, 27 / G^ 
— Force in Scotch Burghs, 21 aoj 
Polish Amnesty, 23 jf G c 
Polluted Water, 5 wi 7 r 
Poor Law Constituencies, 23 / (\ c 

. Guardians ^Ireland) Bill, GjO c— 10 j 



C»a 



Union Amalgamation (Ireland), 28 a 



Bate Collectors in Ireland, 24 / 8 c 
Relief (IreUnd) Bill. 20 m 7 6 



Parliamentary ProeeedingB (contiuwd). 

Post Cards for America, 15 m 6 6 

Office Establishment, 22 m 6 <• 

Servants, 5 »i 7 d 

Postage to the United States, 2 m 6 6 

Postal Facilities in Mayo, 25 a 7 a 

Powers Law Amendment Bill, 19 / 7 a 

Private Business 1 a 6 a — 14 a 6 a — 13 a 6 



a— 21 a 6 e— 29 a 8 n— 1 m 5 c— 6 m 7 c— 6 h 
C 6—8 m 5 e— 9 m 5 a & c/— 12 m 7a&e— ISm 
G a & (/— 14 m 6 a -15 »i G a— 16 m 6 a— 19 ■ 
8 a & </— 20 m a & c— 21 m 8 a— 22 a 6 a &<- 
—23 m 7 a & c— 2 i G « r/— 3 / 5 a &/— 5 j C <f 
—5 / 7 <i— Gy G rt & r— 9 J 8 a— 10 / G a— 12 j 
G fi— 13y G a & rf— 16 / 8 a & c— 17i 6a& i- 
18 / G a— 19^ 7 «, <tfO noiire8'-'20j 6 a— 23i 6 
rr— 24 j 8 a— 25> 6 a— 2Gy 5 a 4y— 27 J C d- 
30 i 6 a & 6 

Bills, 21 a 5 rt— 22 a 6 a & r— 25 a of - 

28 a 5 a— 2 »i G a— 5 7n 7 a— 6 m G o«& 
m 5 a 

— Privilege, 2 ? 6 «/ 

— Probate and Administration, 25 a 6 a 

— Public Accounts, 24 a 5 6 
Departments (Purchases &c.\ G m 7 f 

Health (Ireland) Bill, 12 m 9 6—22 m 8 a 



— 20 j' 7 rf 

(Scotland) Bill, 20 / 6 c 

Supplemental Bill, 22.m 8 a 



m7 



- House Houra on Sunday, 15 in 6 c 

- Houses in DubUn, 28^ 6 6 

- Meethig and Petition, 5j 7 a 

- Meetings, Ireland Bill, 21 wi 8 c 

- Office Furniture, 1 a 6 6 
. Offices, 27 / 6 e 

- Playgrounds, 15 »i 6 6 

- Prosecutors, 28 a 8 a 

- Works Loans Bill, 1 a 6 c— 25 a6a^ 
c — 6 m 6 a 6 — 8 m 6 a 

Worship Regulation Bill, 28 a 5 a— 9 a 

5 c— 12 m 7 a— 13 m 6 a— 5 j 6 a— Oj 8 a— 10 
j 6 c— 16 J ft «— 20y 6 6— 2Gi 5 n— 27> OJ 

— Publican's Special Licenses, 3^6 6 

— Purc^hase Officers* Commissions, 18 a 6 6 

— Quartering of Troops, 9/96 

— Queen's Plates, 16 m G /* 

— Questions, 13 a 10 c— 14 a 7 6—16 a 7 o- 

17 a 7 c/— 20 a 10 6—21 a 7 /— 22 a 7 6—28 a 
7 /-24 a 7 /— 27 a 9 /— 28 a 7 rf— 30a 6 c- 
I IM 8 6-4 m 10 6—5 m 9 c— 7 w 8 c— 8 « 7 rf 
—11 WI 10 6—12 m 10 rt— 14 wi 7 6—15 w 6 /- 

18 m 10 6—19 »i 9 /*— 21 m 8 «— 22 m 8 6— 1> 
18 6— 2 / 7/— 4 / 7/— 5 j 5 f-Bj 10 6—9 i 10 
a— 11^8 f— 12/ 8 6—15^9 /*— 16y8c-17j 
7 a— 18 ; 6 /— 19 ; 8 a— 22 / 10 6—28 j 7 rf- 
25 j 5 rf— 26 ; 8 a— 29^ 10 6—30 ; 7 e 

— Rabbits BiU, 18 / 6 /— 19 ; 7 /* 

— Railway Accidents, 18 a 6 a— 28 a 6 a— I 
WI 5 a — 8 m 7 a — 23 m 7 r 

Commission, 9/80 

Legislation, 9 m 5 a 

Regulation Act Amendment, 2 m 7 e 



Raphael's Cartoons on Sunday, 15 m 6 a 
Rating Bill, 15 ^n G c 
of Mines, dj da 



— Real Property Limitation BiU, 24 a 6 u— 
28 a 5 e— 6 m 6 a-*-16 m ti a^2 i fi n 



Jone 30, 1874.] palmer's index to " the tixes " keWspaveb. 



Par 



Fftrliamentary PMoeedingB {continued). 

Beal Property Vendors and Purchasers Bill, 

24 a 5 a~28 a 5 e^6 m 6 a— -16 m 6 a 

Recroiting, 2j 6 a 

*— Be-EIection of Ministers, 13 m G/ 

Register of Voters, 17 a 5 fr 

-^ Registration of Births and Deaths, IS a G ^ 
— 24 a 5 b — 15 nt 6 c 

of Firms, 2 m 6 c 

of Parliamentary Voters, 20 m 7 b 

of Trade Marks, 23 m 7 d 

— Religious Riots at Bombay, oj 7 c 

Vows in Canada, 2 w G /^ 

Removal of Military Officers, 2 / Gy 

Reports of tlie Inspectors ef Mines, 28 a 
I 

Resen'e Squadron, 12 i 7 a 
Forces, 15 m G & 



G<( 



— Revenue Officers' Disabilities, 23 a 8 a— 2 
; 7 e-9 / 10 o— 19> 7 a— 2O7 G c 

— Riots at Bombay, \ZmQj 
■— Rising in Natal, 9 ; 9 a 

— Riyer at Shanghai, 25 a G « 
Shannon Improvement, 12 7 7 a 



— Roman Catholics in ibidia, 12 m 9 a 

— Royal Commission to Assent to Bills, 25 a 
5 a &/— 22 w 6 a & c—9j 8 a 

Irish Constabulary, 12 m 9 a 

Military Academy, 16 j 8 d—27 3 G e 

College at Sandhurst, 27JGe 



~ Salaries of Resident Magistrates, 20 m G e 
■— Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in Ireland on 
Sunday, 9 m 6/ 

— Sandhurst (Lord), 12 m 9 6—19 m 8 e— 22 
wG/" 

— Sanitary Condition of Epping District, 22 / 
6b 

Laws, 16 y 10 6 
Amen^ent, 2G ; 6 a 



Saving Life from Shipwreck, 1 m 5 c/— 8 m 



Ga 
Savings Bank Department, 1 a G a— 20 ; 

St. Pancras Union, 17 i Ob 

Dr. Schliemann*s Antiquities, 8 w G 6 

Schools in Scotland, 17 a 5 c 

Scienco and Art, 29 a 8 6 

• Department in Ireland, 12 ; 7 rt 

Scotch Board of Lunacy, 27^ 6 e 

■ Constabulary, Ojdo 

' and Irish Peerages, 13^ G a 

— Representative Peers, 2076(1 

— Scottish Education Act, 26 / G a 

Sewage Manures, 19 m 8 e 

— - Shannon Improvements, 12 m 9 a— 30 /7c 

Shelter for Riders in Hvde Park, djda 

Singapore Emigration Act, 1 a 6 6 

Slave Trade. 22 a G d 

—7- Slavery at Cape Coast Castle, 26 / 5 /— 30 
J G 6 

-— "Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties 
Railway BiU, 16 m 6 a 

— - Soldiers* Wives, 9jda 

South Kensington Museum, 1 a C a 

- — and Bethnal Green Museums, 9 j 9 6— 
J6 j Sd ' -^ 



Parliamentary Piooeedings {continued}, 

Staff Appointments, 17 a 5 c— 22 aG c 

Stamp Acts, 22 m 6 e 

Statute Law Commission, 22 m6 a 

Revision Bill, 16 j 8 a— 17^ G 6— 19 j 7 a 

— 20 jQc—dOj 7 e 

Steering and Sailing Rules, 22 w 6 e 

Straits Settlements, 6 »? 7 c— 20 m G 6—22 

in 6 a— 23 w 7 c—2ij 9 a— 26 j 7 c— 27/ 7/ 

Stranding of the Jkron Prinz, 18 a 6 6 

Strike of Agricultural Labourers, 1 m 5 d 

Subvention to the Police, ISmGb 

Subway to the House of Commons, 21 rt 

Suez Canal, 18 a 6 i— 25 a 6 a— 28 a 6 a— 

1 m 5 d—0 m 6 d—23 m 7 d-^6j 6 a--23y G b 

Sugar Duties, 18 a 6 b— 22 m G e 

Summary of Proceeding, 1 a 9 a — 14 « 9 « 

—15 « 9 a— 16 a 9 a— 17 a 8 /— 18 a 8 /— 21 
« 8/— 22 a 9 a— 23 a 9 cr— 24 a 9 a— 26 a 8 /' 
—28 a 8 /— 29 a 10 /—SO a 9 a— 1 m 8/— 2 m 
9 a— 5 m 10 /— 6 niO a— 7 m 9 a— 8 m 8 /— 9 
m 8/— 12 wi 10/— 13 m 9 a— 14 m 9 n— 15 m 9 
rt— 16 TO 9 a- 19 m 10 e— 20 m 9 a— 21 m 11 a 
—22 m 8/— 23 m 9 a—2j 8 /— 8 ; 8/— 5 / 8 f 
— 6 i'9 a— 9y 10/— 10> 9 a—llj 9 a— 12>*8 
y— 13j 8/— 16 ; 10 /•— 17i 8 /— 18; 8 a— 19^ 
9 a— 20 J 9 a— 23> 9 a— 24 /' 10 /- -25 > 9 a ^ 
26 ;• 8/— 27 / 8 c— 30> 9 a 

Supersession in the Army, 17 a 5 6 

Supreme Court of Judicature, 12^ 6 a 

Bill, 6^6 a— 17 j 6 a— 23> 6 a— 26> 5 c 

Protest Against, 27/7/ 

Supply, 18 a 7 c— 21 a 7 e— 25 a 7 a -28 a 

6/— 6 m 9.C— 20 m 7 c— 28 m 7 dr^j 9 c 

Survey of Merioneth, 6 i» 7 e 

Swann (Mr.) and Mr. Vines, 3j Ga 

Sword Bayonet, 27 j 6 e 

Telegrams from In^a, 22 a 6 </ 

Tenant Right (IreUnd). 25 a 7 6 

Thames Embankment, 17 a 5 c 

Access from the Strand to, 17 a 7 c 



4;^:^ J 



— Towns Improvement Act (1854), 20 m 6 d 

— Tramways Provisional Orders Confimm- 
tion Bill, 19 m 8 a 

— Transit of Venus, 13 ; 6 a 

— Treaty of Washington, 5 m 7 h — 8 m G 6 — 
12 m 9 a 

— Tribes near Aden, IS aG b 

— Tribunals of Commerce, 23 a 8 a 

— Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 2iaob 

— Troops on Indian Service, 26/ G a 

— Truck System — Responsibility of Em- 
ployers, 1 w 5 cf 

— Tunbridge School, ] 6 ; 8 c 

— Turnpike Trusts, 17 a 5 *— 21 a 5 / 

— Ulster Tenant Righto, 14 a 6 a—Gm G/ 

— Ultimate Appeal, 12 m 7 a 

— Unarmoured and Ironclad Ships, 8 »i 6 c 

— Union Boundaries in Ireland, 19/ 7 c 

— Universities of Scotland, 15 a 6 6—12 »i 



10 a 



Education in Ireland, 25 a 6 a 
Reform, 15 m 6 a 



Uuseaworthy Vessels, 14 a 6 6 

Vacant Land in Abingdon Street, 21 a 5y 



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[April 1 to 



Farliamantary FroceedingB (continued), 

Valuation (Ireland) Act, 2Sj7 d 

of Property Bill, 22 m If—Uj 7 a— 20 / 

Vicious Cavalrv Horaes, 8 w G a 

Victoria Park/l5 a 6 q— 22 a 6 d 

VirginiuSy IG m 6 c 

Volunteer Corps, Allowances to, 2ij 8 d 

Vote of Censure— Dissolution, 25 a G 6 



1 



War on the Gold Coast, G / C / 

Office, 27^6 « 



Warwickshire Yeomanry and LordAyles- 



ford, bjlb 

— Water Supply, 9 /« 5 e 

and Fire PreTcntion, I a 

Ways and Means, \moe 



66 



~ Weights and Measures, 8 m G a 

Wellington Munument, 25 a 7 ^—5 m 7 d 

— 2G y G a 

Welsh County Court Judges. 27 / 7 ^ 

Wenlock Elementary Education, 9 J 8 a— 

10j6e__13j 6 c 

West African Settlements, 28 a G </— 29 a 

t) rf— 6 m If 

Coast of Africa, 29 ti 8 6 

End Nuisances, 15 w? G « 

India Mails, 12 m 9 h—\^j 8 c 



> Western Australia, 1 w 5 e 

• — Westminster Abbey and Palace, o m 7 c 

Weymouth Barracks Outrage, 28 a 5/ 

Whalley (G. H.) Commitment of for Con- 
tempt of Court, 1 a 6 a — 13 m 7 c 

Report of Committee on, 2 <z 9 f—lO a 



Gf 



— Whitsuntide Recess, 1 m 5 c— 12 m 7 a— -20 
m 6 d—2S m7d 

Wild Birds Law Amendment Bill, 24 ; 8 a 



>-27 / 6 d 

— Wolseley (Sir Garnet) Grant to, 17 a 5 a & 
c- 18 a 6 a— 21 a Gd 

— Women Electorla Disabilities Bill, 17 ; G c 
Working Men's Dwellings BUI, 18 ; G/— 19 



J 7/— 23 m 7 rf— 24 i 9 a 

— Works at Haulbowline, 26 j G c 

— Workshops Act, 28 a 6 ^ 

— Wormwood Scrubs, 17 rt 5 6 
Wreck Register, 2Sj 6 l> 



Parliamentary Reporting at Home and Abroad, 

20 j 5 h 
PARLIAMENT ABY SPEECHES :~ 

*<^*When the Speech of a Member is required 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
f:td;J€ctMnder Parliamentary Proceedikqs, it 
can be seen at once by the reference aqswering 
to tliat affixed to the Speaker's name. 

Aberdare, Lord, 9 w 6 c— 19 in 8 c 

Aberdeen, Lord, 19 m 8 c 

Adderley, Sir C, 18 a 7 fr— G i« G e— 8 m 7 

n— IG m G e— 25 JGe 

Airlie, Earl of. 19 m 8 ft—S j 5 d—lOj 6 c 

Alexander, Col., 30 a G cf 

Allen, — , 20 in 7 a 

Allsopp, S. C, 11 jGd 

Anderson, — , IG « 6 c— 9 m G c--22 m G^- 



ijyGc— 12/7/ 
~ Anstruther, Sir K., 21 ni 8 rt—13 j'7 c 



Parliamentary Speeches (condnvedj, 

ArgyU, Duke of, 25 <i 5 a—Sj 5 6-10; G^ 

Ashley, Evelyn, 80i 6 6 

,l2j7e 

Assheton, —,12 m 9 rf— 12 / 7 / 

Attorney-General, 23 « 8 c— 9 m 6 «— U /9c 

for Ireland, 2 »i 7 d— (> m G t-- 8 « 7 fr- 



13 w 7 c-21 m 8 c--20 7 6 /— 26 /6c 

Baggallay, Sir R., IG n G/ 

Balfour, Sir G., 14 a C </— 22 a Gj-^a^ 

rf— 2 ;• 7 c 

Ball, Dr., IC a 6/— 9 .vi G b 

Barclay. J., 17 « 7 A— 30 o G rf— 20 ; 7 i- 

27j7c 
Barttelot, CoL, 14 a G /— 17 a 7 A-24a€ 

rf— 29 a 8 €— IG w G e— 22 m 7 /— IG / 10 a 

Bass, — , 15 a 6 5—22 w 7 c 

Bates, — , 18 rt 7 c 

Bath, Marquis, 28 « 5 <i— 12 m 8 «— 0; li e 

and Wells, Bp. of, 5 m7 b 

Baxter, — , 12 / 7 « 

Bazley, Sir T., 7 >w 6 rf— 30y 7 b 

Beach, — , 22 vi 7 f 

Sir M. Hicks, 1 a 6 6— IC a G /-IH ?' ■ / 

—22 a 7 o— 29 a 9 a— 2 w 6 rf— 2 m 7 c-y« 

7 a— 13 m 7 6—16 wi G rf— 20 m 7 c— 22 « &'• 

—3 / G/— 10 J 7 6 & c— 27 ; 7 c 

Beauchamp, Earl, 1 »i 6 b — 5y G e 

Beaufort, Duke of, 9 »i 5 c 

Beaumont, Major, 14 a Gb 

Bell, — , 8 m 7 a 

Belmore, Earl of, 20 »i G ii— 22 m 6 * 

Bentinck, — , 16 a 6 6—18 a 7 a— 21 a C i 

—1 ,n 6/— 6 m 6 rf— 8 m Gf—2bj 6 d 

Beresford, Lord Charles, 9 m 7 a 

Col., 30 a 6 Z» 



Birley, — , 16^ 9 c— 16 / 10 a— 30; 7 h 

Blenncrhassett, — , 29 a 8 6 

Bourke, — , 2 i 7 rf— 3 / 6 c— 27; 7 a 

Bowyer, Sir Geo., 17 a 7/— 25 a 7 o—^ » 

6 c— 21 m 8 c— 13 J 7 a— 17 / 6 e— 20^ 7 b 

Brandon, Earl of, 1 in 5 c 

Brassey, — , 18 a 6 rf— 1 m 6 €—25 J 6 i 

Bristowe, — , 6 m 7 b 

Bromley, Davenport, 1 6 a G c 

Bruce, — , 16 m G e 

Bruen, — , 18 a 7/— 2 m G /— 16 m C c-2« 

jGf 

Buccleucli, Duke of, 19 »i 8 6—2 ; 6 c 

Burt, — , 14 m 6 c 

Butler- Johnstone, — , 14 a 6 rf— I7fl 7a 

Col., 22 a 7 a 




— Butt, — , 1 a 6 6—18 a 7 c-22 a 6 f-^^ 
9 c— 2 WI 6 rf & c— 6 m 6 /— 13 w 7 6—21 « ^' 
— 26i6 5 

— Callan, — , 9 w 6 / 

— Callender, — , 7 w 6 c 

— Cambridge, Duke of, 2 jf 6 6 -27^ 6 c 

— Cameron, Dr., 21 m 8 6—13 i 7 c— 18;()^ 

— Campbell Bannerman, — , 14 a 6 c, « & /"* 
14 m 6 c— 22 m 7 c— 23 w 8 a 

Camperdown, Lord, 10^ 6 a 
Canterbury, Abp. of, 21 a 5 a — 28 « 5 fl-- 



9 WI 5 rf— 12'»i 8 c— 5 ; 6 d&f-^O j 8 c-36 
— Ciirdwcll, Lord, 2j 6 6—27^* 6 a 



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Fariiamontaiy Speeohet Ccontiitued)^ 

Carlisle, Bp. of, SJ7 a 

CanuuTOD, Earl of, 21 u 5 </— 29 a 8 a^l3 

m 6 fl— 20 TO 6 c— 22 m 6 o— lOj 7 a— 26 / 5 c 

Carpenter-Gamier, — , 22 m 7 r 

Cartwright, — , 6 w 7 &— 3i 6 i/— 27^ 7 a 

Cave, — , 2j 7 h 

— Cavendish, Lord F., II jGc 
Lord G., 23y 6 a 

Cecil, Lord E., 27^ 7 c 

Chambers, Sir T., Bj 7 r— 13 j 7 

— Cliancellor of the Exchequot*, 1(J « G «/— 17 
a 5 c— 17 a 7 6—18 a 6 c— 23 a 8 rr— 24 « 5 / 
—24 a 6 (/— 6 »t 7 d— 13 m 7 6— 1(J m G c— 22 
IK 7 e— 2 J 7 c— Oy 9 «— 23 j C c— 20^ 7 c^-30 j 
G/-30 ; 7 6 

Chflders, — , 28 a 7 cf— 1 wi 5 /* 

Churchill, Lord R., 23 m 7 /" 

Clive, — , 15 a 6 e--lG a Gf 

Cochrane, Baillie, 18 a G c— 30 a C A— 27 

- — Cogan, — , 16 m 6 c— 27 ; 7 e 

Colchester, Lord, 1 m 5 6—23 w 7 c 

Colebiwke, Sir E., 21 m 8 6— 13y 7 d 

— Coleman, — , 17 o 7 6 

Coleridge, Lord, 8 w 5 e — 12 j G d 

Collins, — , 2 TO 6 rf 

Conolly, ~, 29 a 9 d— 2 w 6 cf-lG m G c— 

21w8c-3i7c— 20j6« 

— Cottrtowc, Lord, 22 m 6 c— 13 j G 6 
Cowper-Tcmple, — , 13^ 7 A 

Crawford, — , 2 w 6/ 

Crichton, Viscount, 16 a 6 /* 

Cross, — , 15 a 6 /--22 a 6 /— 23 a S c— 28 

« G y- 30 a G 6 & c— 7 m G /— 9 m 6 6—12 m 9 
/-13 m G <?^21 w 8 c— 6 j 7 c— Sy 8 o— 12 j 7 
6-12j 8 a— 17i 6 d—lSjG c— 23 6 c 

Crossley, — , 7 mG d 

Cunningham, Sir W., SOaGd 

Dalhousio, Lord, 19 ni 8 c — 3 ; 5 d 

• — Dairy mple, — , 21 w 8 6 

Davenport, Bromley, 30 a G cE 

Davies. Dr., 24 a G d— 28 o 7 «/— 29 a HZ- 
ll j 6 c— 12 j 8 6— 18^ 6 e 

De-la- Warr, Earl, 28 a 5 a— 24 / 8 a— 27 

jGd 

Denison, C. B., 27^ 7 c 

Denman, Lord, 8 wi 5 e — 6 ; G 6 

— » Derby, Earl, 5 w 7 a— m 5 6— G J G a 
• — Devon, Earl of, 5 w 7 6 

Dickson, — , 12 ; 8 6 

Major, 14 a 6 d 

— Digby, — , 2m7d 

Dilke, Sir C, 16 m G/— 23 fGf 

— DUlwy n, — , 16 a 6 rf & /— 30 a G rf— 13 m7a 
• — DUnieli, Bt. Hon. B., 21 a G rf-28 « G /— 

1) n G 6—13 TO 7 c— 14 m 6 /— 19 m 8 /'— 3 /g 6 
-3> 7 d— 9 jf 9 6—16 j 9 6— 20> 7 c— 30 / 7 a 

Dixon, — , 11 ; 6 d-^lGj 9 e 

l>od8on, — , 17 a 6/— 27 j 7 e 

Downing, — , 29 o 8 e— 2 m 6/— 16 m 6 c — 

20«7 6-207 7c—26 7 6c 

■ — Dablin, Lord Mayor of, 23 m 8 a 

~ Duff,R.W.,2w6i2 
Dimbar, — , 20 to 7 6 



« I 



DnnaaMM T «. 



S* 



1 *» J t' 



Parliamentary Bpeeohea (coutiiMedJ. 

Earp, — , 9 TO 6 d 

Ebury, Lord, 12 to 7/ 

Edmonstone, Adm. Sir W., 21 a 6 </^30 ( 

6 </— 5 TO 8 c— 8 TO 6 e 

Egerton, A., 1 to 6 c? 

Lord, 26 y 6 a 

Elliot, Adm., 21 o 6 <i— 1 to 7 rf— 5 /« 8 /— 

8 TO 6 c— 19 TO 9 a— 25 jGe 

Elphinstone, Adm Sir E., 2Gj 7 a 

Emly, Lord, 1 w 6 c 

Eslington, Lord, 18 a 6 c— 24 a 7 a— 1 to G 

d—G TO G rf— 25 j G c— 27 J 7 e—dOj 7 6 
Evans, — , 2 to 7 a— 12 m 9 rf— 16 j 9 c— 27 

j 7 e 

Faversham, Earl of, 6 j 6 c 

Fawcett, Professor, 7 w 7 «— 10 i 7 6—12 / 

7 c— 20y 7 d 

Ficldcn, Joshua, 24 a G c <& e 

Fitzmauricc, liord £., SjGe 

Forster, — , 2 to 7 6 — 6 to 7 c— 7 to 7 a— 9 w 

6 rf— 14 TO G c/— 11 i G rf— 16 y 9 CI- 17 / 6 rf— 

23y 7 a— 30y 7 a 
Forsyth, — , 15 a 6 c— 23 a 8 c— 9 w 6 w— 

12 TO 9 c— 16 TO 6 /— 21 TO 8 c— 5 I* 8 re- 13 ? 7 

/^-.25y6 6&/ 

Fortescuc,' Lord, 5 to 7 6 

Fothergill, — , 28 a 7 d 

Lord, 5 TO 7 6 



— Gamier, — , 20j 7 c 

— GUdstone, Rt. Hon. W. E., 24 a 6 c— 25 
iGd 

— Grantham, —,11/6 rf— 18 i 6 rf 

— Gray, Sir J., 26/ 6 c 

— Goldncy, — , 23 a 8 c— 28 « 7 c— 2 m 7 «— 

— Goldsmid, — , 29 a 8 rf— 16 to 6 d— 18 i 6 a 
— 26i6a-30y76 

Sir F. H., 16 a 6 /— 5 to 8 «— 12 m 9 e— 



13y 7 e 

Gore, W. O., 29 q 8 rf 

Goschen, — , 18 c 6 «— 21 a 7 rf— 24 a 6 6— 

30 a 6 c— 1 TO 7 c—S to 6/— 23^ 6 rf— 30y G e 

Gourley, — , 18 a 7 6—6 w 6 «— 9 to G rf 

Granville, Earl, 9 to 5 c— 23 to 7 6—10 jGc 

—13 / 6 c— 24 y 8 6—26 ; 6 rf 

Green, — , 12 m df-^j 7/— 18; 7 6 

Gregory, — , 16 a 6 /— 23 a 8 6—2 m 7 c— 

13 TO 7 rt 
. Grey, Earl, 12 m 8 c— 13 m 6 rf— 23 to 7 <•— 

5 y 6 6— 9.y 8 c— 10 / 6 a— 13 ; 6 c— 2G / 5 c— 

27/6 6 -^ ' ^ •/ 

Grieve, — , 17 a 7 6 

Gumey, Russell, 28 a 8 c— 12 to 9 c 

Hall, — , 23 TO 7 c 

Hamilton, Lord G., 22 a 6 /— 16 to 6 /— 27 

/ 7 rf -^ 

Hampton, Lord, 23 m 7 a-'^J 6 a 

Hanbury, — , 28 to 6 rf— 5 m 7 f—o m 9 6— 



26 / 6/ 

Harcourt, Sir W., 28 o 7 c— 8 to 6 c— 9 to 6 



a— 12 TO 9 e— 23 m 7y— 6y 7 e— 17 / 6 rf 

— Hardinge, Lord, 2y 6 d— 27y 6 6 

— Hardy, — , 14 a 6 c— 18 w 7 a— 22 to 7 6— 
23 TO 7 c— 2y 7 c— 10 y 7 rf— 18 j* 7 ci— 27 i 7 c 



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[April 1 lu 



Parliamentary Bpeeohes (^contmued), 
2 m 6 /— 5 m 1) 6—13 m 7 c—16 w G (f-~3 ^ 7 c 
— lOiTrf 

Hatherley, Lord, G m 6 a— 12 m 7 /"— 6 / G 6 

— oysrf 

Havielock, Sir H., 2j 7 c— 1 1 j 6 <f-27> 7 c 

Hay, Sir J., 18 a 7 a— 21 a 7 c— 5 rw 8 c/— 8 

m 6 c 



. Hcnly, — , IG a 6 d— 24 a G rf— 22 »« 7 /— 

*-?3 m 8 a— 3 / 7 b- 13 J 7 rf— 28 ; 7 a 

Henry, Mitchell, 16 a 6 c— 22 a 7 a— 2 w 7 

il—S III 7 c— lOy 7 i& -26y G c 

Herbert, — , 16 m G r 

Homion, — , 29 a 8/— 12 wi rf— 12y 7 c 

Hertford, Marquis of, 2j d 

Hervey, Lord R, 16 j 9 d 

Hcygate, — , 16/ 10 a 

Hill, S., IG a 6/— » m G a—23 /Gc 

Hogg, Colonel, 30 a G a— 9 m 6 d 

- — llolker, — , 15 a 6 d 

Holms, — , 28 a 6 c— 7 m 6 «— 23/ 7 6—24 

7 8 d— 26 J 7 a 

Holt,—, 13/7 6 

Hope, Beresford, 16 « 6 6—30 n 6 a— m G 

6—20 III 7 a—23 i« 7 rf— 13 j 7 si 
- Horsman, — , 22 a 7 a— 24 a G /— 22 »i 7 c 



—3; 7c— 25/6/*— 26/7 6 

Houghton, Lonl, 28 a 5 6— G / G a 

~— Hubbard, — , 9 m 6 c 
Huddleston, ^, 23 a 8 c 

- — Hunt, — , 18 a 6 /— 21 a 6 6 & d— 1 m 7 a 
—SmGd 

Huntly, Lord, 10/ 6 c 

Inchiqnin, Lord, 1 w 5 6 — 13/ G a 

— - Isaac, — , 1 1 ? 6 c 

James, Sir H., 16 a 6 (/— 23 a 8 c— 8 tn 7 c 

—9 III 6 a 

W., 12 m 9 d 

Jenkkis, — , 5 w* 9 a — 13 j 7 c— 2u J Gc 

Jenkinson, Sir T., 17 a G /— 24 a 6 rf— 22 



III 8 a— 30/76 

— Johnstone, Sir Ilarcourt, 28 i« 7 c 

— Kavanagh, — , 29 a 8 /'— 20 m 7 6—27/ 7 e 

— Kay-Shuttleworth, — , 80 a 6 6—2 m 7 a— 
6 m 7 a— 9 iii 6 6 

— Kennaway, Sir J., 13 i 6/ 
Kimberley, Earl of, 29 a 8 a— 13 m G W— 20 



III 6 c— 22 in 6 a 

Kingscote, Col., 22 aGd 

Kinnaird, A., 30 a G 6—5 m 8 /— 21 mSc 

— 27i7a 
. Knatchbull-Hugessen, — , 5 m 8 «— 26 / 7. 6 

—80/ 6 d 

Knightley, Sir R., 5 m 9 6 

Laing, — , 24 a 6 e 

Laird, — ,5/7/ 

— - Landaff, Bp. of, 9 im 5 c 

Lausdowne, Lord, 1 m 5 6 — 2/ G c — 27/ 6 c 

Lauderdale, Earl of, 29 a 8 a— 3 j 5 J— 10 

/Gc 

Law, — , 3 i 7 d 

— Lawrence, Sir J., 24 a 7 a — 30 a 6 6—0 w 

Gd 



Lord, 25 a 5 /— 16/ 8 c— 30 / 6 a 
— Lawson, Sir Wilfred, 17 a 7 6 — 28 a 7 c— 5 
m 7/— 21 m 7 b-^dj 6 6— 18 j 6 6—23 / c— 



Parliamentary Speeches (vuutinmdj. 

Letevre, Shaw, 21 a G c — 1 /« Gy— G«(i« 

—9 III G c/ 

Leigh, Col. Egerton, 19 m 8/ 

Lennox, Lord H., 2Gj G a 



- Levcson-Gower, — , 29 a 9 a 
Lewis, 0., 2 m 7 c 



C, 9 III 5/— 10/ 7 c 

Limerick, liarl of, 1 m 5 c — 12 m S 6—22 a 

6 6— 5/ 6 a 

• Lincoln, Bp. of, 21 a 5 rf— 5 j G d 

'— Lloyd, Sampson, 15 « G c 

Locke, — , 28 a 7 d—VI m 9 cl— 20 m 7 i 

London, Bp. of, 9/ 8 c 

Lopes, — , 15 a 6 c — 16 a C c— 2,J a «< // 

Sir M., 26/ 6 d 



— Lord Chancellor, 22 a G 6 — G i« G «— s « J 
a— 20 »i 6 a— 5/ 6 6 & /— 6 / G c— 9/ 8 c-\t 
jGb—njGa—2Gj 5 b 



Advocate, 13/ 7 e 



— Lowe, Rt. Hon. Mr., 17 a 6 /"— G m 7 </-!- 
HI 9 f—5j 7/— 11 / 6 c— 16/ 9c— 17i Of-i-3 
1 6/— 26 J 6 b 

— Lowther, J., 16 a 6 c — 5 in 9 «— 13 / 7 c- 
26/ 6 e— 30 ; 6 c 

— Lubbock, Sir J., IG « 6 a— 17 a G/-tU '/{J 
y— 2m6/'— 16i9rf 

— Ly ttelton, Lord, 5 m 7 c— 5 / 6 6 -2G ; 5 a 
—30 / G a 

— Macdonald, — , 22 a 6/— 14 m 6 c— 12/ 7./ 
—18/ 6 e 

— Macduff, Lord, 30 a 6 e 

— Macgregor, 18 a 7 a 

— Maitland, — , 80 a 6 d 

— Makins, Col., 11 i 6 c 

— Maldon, — , 23 m 8 a 

— Marlborough, Duke of, 28 a 5 ci— 12 « 7/ 
—5/ 6 6 

— Martin, — , 16 a 6 e— 17 a 7 6 -27/ 7 6 

— M*Arthur, Aid., 6 m 8 f—iO m 7 a 
-r- M'Carthy, — , 29 rt 8/— 10/ 7 6 

M'Eenna, — , 2 m 6 a 



Sir J., 2 wi 7 e 

M*Lagan, — , 30 a c & c— 20 ; 7 /» 

McLaren, — , 16 a 6 e— 2 m 6 d— 21 m^h- 

10;7c— 13/7t/— 16;9c 

Meldon, — , 16 o 6 /— 10/ 7 /— 2C/ 6 r 

Mellor, — , 2/ 7 d 

■— - MeUy, — , 17 o 7 c— 28 a 7 c— 12 m 9 A-5 

Mills, Arthur, 28 a 6 /— 5 m 7 /—IS « ^ * 

Monck, Lord, 22 iii 6 X . 

Moncrieff, Lord, 8 in 5 rf— 6; 6 cVii^^ 

Correction, 6 j 7 c 

Monk, —, 23 « 8 a— 2/ 7 e 

Montagu, Lord R., 29 a 8/ 

Morgan, O., 12 m 9 / 

Morley, -^, 16 « 6 e 

Earl of, 1 in 6 6 

Morris, — , 2 m 6 (/— 20 i Gj 

Mowbray. — , 23 m 8 a 

Mundelhi; — , 7 in 6 6— 12i 7/— 24;8rf 

Muntz, — , 17 a 7 6—30 a 6 <f— 5 w 8/ 

Mure, Col, 3/ 6 c— 12/ 7/ 

Naghton, — , 14 a 6/ 

Napier and Eltrick, Lord, 25 a 5 c-l*'' 



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FarUAmentaiy Speeohee (continued), 

NelflOD, Earl, 21 a 6 c— 9 m 5 c— 12 m 7J— 

6/6«— 26;6c— 30j6a 

Neyille-Grenvillc, — , 9 m 6 e — 14 w 6 rf 

Newdegate, — , 13 m 7 b—U a 6 c— 18i 6 e 

Noel, E., 14 m 6 rf 

Nolan, Capt., 14 in 6 rf— 16 m 6 c— 27^ 7 c 

North, Col., 14 a 6 c— 23 m 8 6 

Norwood, — , 18 a 7 <i— 30 a 6 6—6 m 6/— 

25>6e 

O'Brien, Sir P., 2 m 7 c— 30 j 7 a 

O'Connor, 16 a 6/ 

— ^ O'Connor, Don, 9 i» 7 a— 16 m 6 c— 3 j 6 / 

O'Connor-Power, — , 13 i 7 6 

O'Donnell, — , 22 a 6 « 

0*Gorman, — , 29 a 9 c/— 13 i 7 b 

O'Hagan, Lord, 8 to 6 e— 20 m 6 a— 6 / 6 5 

— 12^6^ 

O'Leary, —, SjGe 

0*Loghlen, Sir C. 8 w 7 6 

O'Reilly, — , 14 a 6 c— 16 m 6 c— 10 j 7 t/ 

O'Shaaghncflsy, — , 20 m 7 h-^lOJ 7 a 

O'SuUivan, — , 13 ; 6 /' 

Onslow, Guildford, 22 m7 e 

Oranmore, Lord, 1 ?n 5 c — 5 j 6f 

Oxford. Bp. of, 3jGb 

Palk, Sir P., SOj 7 b 

Palmer, — , 18 a 7 6 

Pease, — , 28 a 7 «— 6 to 7 l»— 12 to 9 c- 5^ 

7 d—ZO ;■ 7 h 

Peel, A., 25^6/1 

Pell, — , 30 a 6 d—20 ; 7 c 

Penzance, Lord, 8 w 5 e — 5j 6/— 6 ;' 6 a— 

12/Ca—17i6a 
— Pembroke, Lord, 2 ; 6 6 
Peterborough, Bp. of, 22 a 6 a— 12 m 7 </— 

5/6C— 16;8« 
Playfair, Dr., 2 to 6 d— 6 m 7 6—15 to C c— 

21 m 8 6—3/ 7 a— 13 ; 7 c— 16^ 8 « 

PlimsoU, — , 25 J 6 rt 

Plunkett, R. S.. 22 a 6 rf— 8 to 7 r- 14 to 6 

c— 26>6c 

Power, — , 20 to 7 c— lO^ 7 d 

• — Praed, — , 9 m 6 cf 

Price, Capt., 18 a 7 a— 21 a 6 «?— 1 to 7 d— 

8fR6(/ 
Rathbone, — , 28 a 7 c— 2 m 7 a— 6 to 6 //— 

12m 9 e 
- — Ravensworth, Earl of, 26^ 6 a 

Read, — , 6 to 7 rf— 22 to 8 « 

Redesdale, Lord, 1 to 6 6 — 5 to 7 b — 8 to 5 e 

-20 TO 6 a— 23 m 7 a— 6^ 6 c— 12> 6 a— 13 J 

<!c 

Reed,—, 21 a 6 c— 21 a 7 3— 1 to 7 </- 2 to 

7 a-8 TO 6 c— 19 m 9 a— 25/ 6 d 

— - Richard, — , 5 to 8 e— 11 to 6 6 

• — Richmond, Duke of, 21 n 5 d> 28 aoc -20 
rt 8 a— 1 TO 5 6—5 TO 7 6—0 m 5 c— 12 m 8 c — 
19 w 8 rt— 22 TO 6 t— 23 m 7 h—2J C </— 3 ; 4 « 
~10 / c— 13/ 6 6 & c— 27 / 6 6—00/ (5 u 

• Kipon, Marquis of, 5 m 7 6 

— Ritchie, Capt., 17 « 7 6 

IJocbuck. — . 15 n C c— 5 i« a— 13 m 7 c— 

T2 m 7 €—1 7/ 6 c— 18/ 6— 2S / 7 « 

— Rona^ne, — , 2 /w 7 e- C<> / c 
Ko?eburv, Lonl, 19 -.'i 8 r— 10 j n-^\?, j 



Parliamentaiy Bpeeches (continued), 

Rosslyn, Earl of, 19 m 8 6—3/ 5 e 

Russell, Earl, 5m 7 a 

Rutland, Duke of, 5/ 6 c 

SaUflbury, Marquis of, 25 a 5 d— 28 a 5 e — 

1 TO 5 6—6 TO 7 c— 12 TO 8 6—5/ 7 6 & e— 5 / 
/— 9 / 8 c— 10 ; 6 rf-16 / 8 6—24/ 8 6—26/ 
5d 

Salt, — , 14 TO 6 6—11 / 6 cf— 23/ 7 a 

Samuda, — , 80 a 6 6—1 w 5 e— 6 to 6 </ — 
25 ; 6 d 

Samuelson, — , 8 to 7 a — 10/ 9 e 

Sandford, — , 17 a 7 6—24 a 7 a 

Sandhurst, Lord, 2 / 6 a 

Sandon, Lord, 2 to 7 a — 6 to 7 6 — 1 1 y 6 e— 

16/ 9 €—27/ 7f 

Sclater-Booth, — , 6 to 7 6 — 15 7n 6 c— 22 to 

7/_30i7 6 

Scott, Lord Henry, 8 to 6 c/— 80/ 7 6 

Scourfleld, — , 17 a 6 /— 23 a 8 6—9 w C d 

—13 TO 7 a— 22 TO 7/— 18/ 6 6 

Seafield, Earl of, 3/ 5 d 

Seely, — , 20/ 7 6 

— Selbome, Lord, 21 a 5 c — 6 m 6 a — 8 w 5 d 
—12 TO 8 a— 20 tp 6 6—6 / 6 6 & e— 6 / 6—9 
/ 8 6— 12 y 6 d— 26/ 6 c 

Selkirk, Eari of, 3 / 6 a 

Selwyn-Ibbetson, Sir F., 16 a 6 e— 12 to 9 d 

• Shaftesbury, Earl of, 23 a 8 c— 12 to 7 c— 5 

Shaw, W., 2 TO 6/ 

Sherlock, Serjeant, 26/ 6 c 

Shrewsbury, Earl of, 12 m 8 6 

— Shute, Gen., 27/ 7 c 

Simon, Serjeant, 15 a 6 c— 23 « 8 6 

Smith, E., 6 TO 6 c- 25/ 6 e 

W. H., 17 a 7 6—22 a ^—2 / 7 d 



— Smollett, — , 25 a 6 6 

— Smyth, R., 9 to 6 /— 10/ 7 r 
P., 21 TO 8 c 

— Solicitor General, 8 wj 7 c 

— Somerset, Duke of, 28 a 5 d 

— Stansfleld, — , 22 w 7 /'—IS/ 7 d 

— Stanley of Alderley, Lord, 19 m 8 c— 20 m 
6 6—22 TO 6 a 

— Stanliope, W., 17 cr 7 a 
E., 12/ 7 d— 23/7 6 



O. - 



— Starkey, -, 12/7/ 
Stevenson, 30 « 6 6 

— Stewart, Mark, 30 a 6 d—20 m 7 6—27 / 7 «? 

— Stirling-Maxwell, Sir W., 13/ 7 d 

— Storer, — , 16 a 6 /-IT a 7 6—24 a 6 c-27 
»7/- 

— Stratlmaim, Lord, 2/6 d— 27/ 6 a 

— Sullivan, — , 18 a 7 /— 2 to 6 d— 8 to 7 c -3 
/7 6— 18/6« 

— Synant, — , 16 a 6/— 17 a 7 a— 2 to 6r- 10 
/7d— 27/7d 

— Talbot, J. G., 28 a 7 c— 6 to 7 6—12 w 9 c 
—23 TO 8 a— 16/ 9 a 

— Taylor, P. A., 20 to 6 c 

— Tennant, — , 7 w 6 d— 12 / 7 « 

— Torrens, M. Cullagh, 9 to 6 €—2/ 6 /-27/ 
7c 

— Trcvclyan, —,14 w 6 6 

— Vance, 18 a 7f~2GjC, h 



Par 



palmer's IKDRX to ^* TUB TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 ^0 



Parliamentary Speeches (contimml), 

Vivian, H., 20 j 6/ 

Walpole, — , 1 a 6 a--9 »i 6 6 

Walsingliam, Lord, 26 ; 5 a 

Walter, 16 a 6 c 

AVaterlow, Sir Sydney, 9 i« 6 c 

Watkin, Sir E., 19 m S/—27J 7 a 

Waveney, Lord, 1 m 5 c 

Watney, — , 30 a 6 6 

WhaUey, — , 25 a 6/— 6 m 6 /—IS m 7 c 

&d 
WheelhouBO, 24 a 6y— 28 a 7 d— 16 ; 10 a 

— 18i6a 

Whitbread, — , 3^ 7 A 

Whitwell, ~, 12 > 7/ 

WaUams, Watkin, 23 a 8 A— 13 j 7 d 

Wilmot, Sir H., 14 a 6 </ 

Sir Eardley, 22 a 7 a— 23 a 8 &— 29 n 8 / 

—5 m 8/— 14 »i 6 d 

Wilson, — , GmCtd 

Sir M., 21 m 8 b 



WolfF, Sir H., 13 w 7 6 

Yeaman, — , 2 i» 6 /— 9 m 6 « 

York, Abp., 21 a 6 rf— 12 m 7 a—hj 6 f 

Yorke, R., 9 to 6 a— 13 m Gf— 22 m7d 

Yonng, 23 tt 8 i 

Partnerships Dissolved, 1 a 8 6—3 a 5 b — 

4 Q 6 /•— 8 a 5 /•— 11 a 8 6—15 a 8 <?— 18 a 12 c 
—22 a 8 a— 25 a 8 a— 29 a 10 6—2 w 7^—6 m 
8 a— 9 in 7 6—18 in 7 </— 10 in 7 rf— 20 w 7 /— 
23 TO 6 6—27 TO 8 6~ 30 TO 7 /*— 3i 8 a— Oj 5 / 
—10 i 7 /- 13 i 8 a— 17 ; 7 '6—20 j 7 c- 24y 10 
n-27i5/ 

Passion Week, Music in, 6 a 6 6 

Patent Office, Appointment, I a7 d 

Museum, Admissions, 14 a 12 r/ 

Patriotism r. Pocket, 12 ; 0/ 

Patronage and Sale of Next Presentations, 23 o 
lib 

Pauer (Herr Ernst) Sketch of, 12 to G / 

Pauper and County Lunatics, 27 a 14 rf 

Paupers, Cost of, Half Yearly Return, d a5 d 

Transfer of Shares to, 4 <« 6 e 

Pauperism, Monthly Return, 3 « 10 a— 29 to 9 e 

in Italy, 4 a 7 6 

Peabody Donation Fund, 9 a 4 / 

Peace Society, Anniversary Meeting, 21 7» 13 « 

Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act, 20 « 14 </ 

Peat Fuel, 24 a 9 /' 

Peek (F.) on the London School Board, mile 
30 TO 9 /* 

Peel (Arthur) Health of, 4 in 14 «— 5 to 9 c 

Peerage — Prince Arthur to be Earl of Sussex 
and Duke of Connaught, 27 m 8 6 

Ravensworth (Baron) to be Earl, I aS a — 

2a9f 

T'elsall Coal and Iron Company, 2Sj Ba 

Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company, 80 to 
O rt— ejlOrf 

Penzance (Lord) on Courts of Appeal, 4 to 10 « 
— 5 TO 13 d 

People's Cafe Company, 23 to 6 a 

Pepper, State of the Market, 1 n 7e— 17al0 6 
_i) M 7 g-_if5 ,„ 10 c— 20 TO 11 r— 22 to 11 6— 
10 y 10 r— 24 ; 9 c/— 26^ 7 c— 27 / 11 6 

Percy (Lt. Gen.) Two Birds with One Stone, 23 



Pepy's Diary, 2 to 10 e 

Perils of Pilgrims in the Holy Land, 30 n 7 </ 

of the Salnet, 15 to 7 «— 18 m 8 rf— 20 k 12 

6—22 TO 10 6 

of the Stage in America, 7 a 5 6 

Permissive Prohibitory Bill, Meetings aboat» 16 

;7«— 18ill« 

Liquor Bill, 8 a 7 c 

Perseverance if not Patience— Sir W. LawuB 

and the Liquor Bill, 22 / 7 / 
Persia, Shah of, bis Arms as Knight of the 

Garter Placed in Windsor Chapel, 8 m 12 & 
Peru, Attempted Revolt in, 29^ 7 6 

Exchanges, 29 ; 7 6 

Perversitjr — ^Painting the Newcastle *' Birdcage* 

on the 2,000 Week, 9 to 10 rf 
Petrarch, Avignon about to Celebrate the jOOth 

Anniversary of, 15 i 14 6 
Petroleum, Import Returns, 9 a 11/— 15 w 9e 
Pfeiffer (J. E.) on the Old Hoax, 4 a 5 6 
Phillimore (W. G. F.) on the Judge of the 

Arches Court, 22 j 12 c 
Physicians, Royal College of, Entertainment it. 

26y 12 c 
Piccadilly, Blocked for the Derby, 80 m 11 /- 

lj9d 

State of, Cto 11 e 

Pictures of Continental Schools, 8 a 10 a 
Piero deUa Francesca, Pictures by, Kotos about, 

13y 9 f—lljj 12 cf— 17j 12 c— 19 /6 e— 20 J :• 

6—23)' 5 r/— 24 / 13 / 
Pilgrimages, Cirt'ular Tours for, 18 to 8 6 
Pirigims on Board the Laconia, 3 a r» a — \Za9'd 
Pincio of Rome, View from, 29 m 4 e 
Placarding the Streets by Advertisers, New Bill 

about, 28 a 10/ 
Plague Broken out at Mardi, 27 ; 5 a 
Plain Speaking — ^Bonaparte Autographs, 3 o Ud 
Plaving with Fire — the Franco-Prussian War, j 

in 12 e 
PlimsoU (Mr.) Ironfounders' Society Address ant) 

Donation to, 22jd f 
Plumptre (Dean) on Queen's College, London, < 

CI 3 c 
(Kev. E. H.) on the Public Worship Regi- 

lation Bill, 4^5/ 
Plush, Import Returns, 80 to 7 rf 
Poisoned by Mistake— Mr. Baker, 30 i* 11 /' 

Eighteen Children, m Spitalftelds, 30 r' 9 ^ 

POLICE:— 

Adams, Samuel, for Abuse, 5 J 11 e—^j 13 

e&f 

Adderley, Geo., for Stealing, 29 m 11 e 

Adlam, Walter, for Wilful Damage, 10; 

lie 
Adulteration Cases, IS^a 11 rf— 17 a Uf— 

6 TO 11 c— 9 TO 11 /— 12i 11 / 

Alexander, George, for Manslaughter, S « 



1^/ 
Andrews, Geo., for Adulteration, 1 m llj 

Antoine, Abraham, for Assault, 21 in 18 « 

Antonelli, Maria, and others, for Beggiof, 

29 a 13 c— 30 a 10/ 

Appleton, Henry, for Annoyance, 22 m 11./ 

Archer, Thomas, and others, for Wilfol 

Damage, 22 a 11/ . 



June 80, 1874.] paluer's index, to ** ^nt times " newstapeRi 



Police (continveii), 

Annstrong^ Hugh, for Wounding, 23 m 

ll0 
Aston, — , for Personation at Dudley, 19 m 

10 a 

Attenborough, R., for a Pledge, ISjlld 

Ajrres, Win. John, for Larceny, 14 m 11 e 

BaiUie, Alex., for Fraud, 16 m 11 e -22 w 

mil/— 29 mil e 

Baincs, Josiah, for Threats, 20 w 11/ 

Baker, James, asd Wm. Emery, for Assault, 

8 a 11/ 
Bannatb, — , for Beating a Child at School, 

Dwll/ 

— Barker, James, for Assault, 25 j 12 d 
John William, for Murder, 10 j 11 e 

Walter Crescent, for Adulteration, 1 a 

Ue 

Bartlett, Benj., for Stealing, 10 d 11 e 

Bazzioni, John, for Wounding, 5/11/ 

— Beckley, Jonathan, for Assault, 25 a 11 e 

— Beckett and Green, for Stealing, 15 a 1 1 e 
-22 all f 

Beech, Wm., for Stealing, 1 / 13 c 

— Betts, W. J., and Joseph Taylor for Steal- 
ing, 10 j 11 d 

• — Beverley, Wm. for Licensing Act Offence, 
23 a 11 « 

— Black, Wm., for Fraud, 6j 11 « 

Blackburn, Thos., for Stealing, G a 9 e 

' — Blanco, Elizabeth, for Attempted Suicide, 
fia9/- 

- — Blundcll, Henry, for Cruelty to a Cat, 30 m 
lid 

' — Bond, WilUam, for Stealing, 6 a 9/ 

- — Booker, George, for Adulteration, 14 w 11 / 

Borelli, John, for Reckless Driving, 20 m 

' — Boston, Jnmes, for Torturing a Horse, 23 i 

11 e 

' — Boys for Attempting to Set Fire to the 

Ilmnber Training Ship, IS a 7 b 
— ■ Braine, Wm., Disappearance of, 16 ; 13/ 
■ — ■ Brennan, X. Div., for Perjury, Salld— 

lOoUc—iially 
-~ Brett, Thos., and Alfred Chappell, for Bur- 
glary, 2 mil/" 

Brooks, Henry, for Burglary, 20 j 11 e 

"~ James, for Unprovoked Assault, S a lid 

^_„- William, for Entering the Crystal Palace 

Without Paying, 18j 11 c/ 
*~~ ■ and Joseph Morgan, for Stealing, 7 a 

^ Brown, Charles Albert, for Selling Diseased 

Meat, 20; 11 6 
^ - Geo., and John Smith, for Burglary, 2 a 

^-- Brownrigg, Joseph, for Licensing Act Of- 
fence, 15 j 13 « 

Bryan, Ellen, for Penury, 22 j 13/ 

'~;-; Buckland, Thomas, for Railway Offence, 
22nli/- ' 



I 



; Buckley, Edw., and Goorj^o Williaras, for 
K'king Piekets, U) m 13 c 
^ "uliaeoinbc, John, for Stealing, 27 ;m 12 a 
- Bunion. Charlo?. for lll-trrntiner his D.-niHi- 



Police {continued). "*n 
Bumard, Gustas, aUas Gennovich, for Un- 

hiwful Pledging, 13 ; 11 c— 15 ; 13 e 
Bustard, William, for Befusing to Work. 

19illd 

Carey, Frank, for Fraud, 8 ; 13 e 

CarroU, Wm., for Assault, 28 a 11 rf 

Carter, Louis, for Drunkenness, 2^11 e — 5 



^Ue— 11/11 « 

— Caswell, James, for Assault, 2 a 11 a 

— Chatfleld, — , for Railway Offence, 11 a 11 <» 

— Cheek, Geoige, for Keeping a Ferocious 
Dog, 2 I lie 

— Churchwarden, Complaint Against, 20 m 

11/ 

— Civery, Henry, for Attempted Thof t, 23 a 

11 d 

— Clapp, Edw., for Attempting to Poison his 
Child, 23 mile 

Clarke, James, for Selling Diseased Meat, 



ISillc 

— CUy, Francis, for Assault, 18 m 13 e 

for Running Over an Old Man, 19 »i 13 e 



—22 in 11/— 30 will 6 

— Clayton, James, for Assault, 7 »i 10/ 

— Clements, Henry, for Nuisance, 27 ?« 12 a 

— Cockrano, Charles, for Adulterated Mus- 
tard, 15 a lid 

Coghlan, Edw., and others, for Riot, 26 m 



lie 

— Cohn, M. Flore Elisc, Application to Find, 
4 m 14 c 

— Cole, Charles John, and Henry William 
Bridges, for Railway Offence, I all c 



ray 

, f c 



Coles, Charles, for Reckless Drivinfir, / 
lie 

— Collingridge, Thos., for Forging a Trade 
Mark, 10/11 rf 

— Condmt, Geo. Edgar, for Embezzlement, 30 
jlle 

— Constable, Joseph, for Adulteration, 29 / 
18 e 

— Coomber, Richard, for Railway Offence, 13 
mile 

— Com, Maria, for Attempted Suicide, 30 / 
lie 

— Coulson, George, for Murder, 8 w 11 e 

— Courtney, Catherine, for Throwing Vitrol 
Over a Man, 2 ? 1 1 e 

— Cracknell, William, for Selling Diseased 
Meat, 9 mil/ 

Crawley, Jas. and Andrew, for Assault, 10 



jlld 



and others, for Assault, 27 j 12 c 



— " Creche," AppUcation of, 15 a 11 rf 

— Crofts, Henry, for Assault and Abduction, 
17 a lie 

— Cronk, Cornelius, for having a Ferocious 
Dog at Large, 4/11/ 

— Cross, Charles, for Assault, 29 mile 

— Cullen, Patrick, and others, for Manslaugh- 
ter, 12 m 14 e 

— Cumberland, Harold, for Stealing, 7 m 10,/* 
Currie, Andrew, for Railway Offence, Irtr/ 



lie 



Cnrsnn. Afark. for T?inlwflv Offont^o in 



Po 



PAI^UiU's INDEX TO '< THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April lio 



Police (continved). 

Dacosts and Dmican, for Burglary, 2a\Q f 

Daily Independent and Hour, for Scattciing 

Litter in the Streets, 27 m 12 a 
Dalton, William, for Dog Stealing, 30 m 

nd 

Davej, Henry, for Licensing Act Offence, 

9mll/ 
Davis, Father and Daughter, Mysterious 

Disappearance of, 13 / 11 d 

- Henry, for Wounding, 9 fw 11 /* 



— Day, Wm., for Abduction, 25 / 12 c— 2r> j 
lie 

— Deane, Wm. Henry, for Stealing, 17 a 11 e 

— Dcsbero, Mary Ann, for Decoying away a 
Prosecutrix, 22 j 18 e 

— Donegan, Owen, for Attempted Theft, 2 m 

llf 

Dore, Wm., for Stealing, 28 m 11 e 



Dorrett, Charles, for Forgery, 2 a 11 «— 11 

a 11 « 
Dowling, Louisa Fanny, for Idfanticide, 7 

a 0/'— 14 mil/ 

Dredge, Cliarles, for Smuggling, 20i 11 e 

^— Duflftn, Wm., and others, for Stabbing, 30 

m 11 d 

Dunn, John, for Burglary, 26y 11 e 

Mrs. May, for Cab Fore, 17 a 11./' 

Dwyer, David, and Patrick Lyddon, for 

Assault, 22 a 11/ 

Eaton, John, for SteaUng, 22 j 18/ 

Ede, a Little Boy, Question of Education, 

8rtll/ 
Edgell, Richard Faulkner, for Fraud, 12 in 

13 /— 28 m 11 c— 10 J 10 e 

Edwards, Henry, for Assault, 13 a 13 r 

James William, for Paternity, 29.; 13 e 



Samuel, for Adulteration, 3 a 11 </ 

Elgood, Joseph, for Felony, 10 j 1 1 d 

Ely, James, and Wm. Gray, for Stealing, .'» 

m 13 /' 
— Emanuel, Joseph, for Net Sending his 

Child to School, 2 m 1 1 / 

Ernest, Albert, for Assault, 11 a 11 € 



Evans, Henry, and Alfred Bloom, for 

Cruelty to a Horse, 9 a 11 /' 
Jacob, for Selling Diseased Meat, 25 m 

18 <3 



Fanning, Philip, for Woimding, IGJ 13/ 
Farcy, Bichard, for False Weights, 10 a 

11 e 
Farmer, John, for Selling Diseased Meat, 

ICi alld 
Faulkner, — , for Factory Act Offence, U 

all/ 
Fellows, John Thos., for Wilf ml Damage, 

2C/11« 

Fielder, Wm., for Drunkenness, 13j 11 a 

Fijax, Adolphe, for Forgery, ISj lie 

Fisher, Samuel, for Possessing Unwhole- 
some Meat, 7 m 10/ 

i;obert, for Drunkenness, 27 »» 12 a 



Flanagan, Henry, for Murder, 15 rt 11/ 

Flockhart, "^^ illiam, for Embezzlement, 8 

tnUe 
Flivrenco, James, for Violent Assault, 7 »i 



I 



Police {continued), 

Flynn, John, for Assault, 11 j 11/ 

Fontreal, DelthiU de, for Challenging to a 

Duel, IGj ld« 

Foster, Jame3, for Foul Language, ^j\Zt 

Fountain, William, and Wm. \Vadlow, for 

Assault, &c., 30 a 10/ 

W. H., for Adulteration, 2.^ wile 



— Frampton, Edw. and KlWn, fur Keglecting 
their Children, 8 i 13/ 

— Francis, Robert, for Drunkenness, 5 j 11 / 

— Frazer, Mrs. Kate, for Assault^ 1 a 11 / 

— French, Geo., for Using Obscene Language, 
\%j 11 d 

Capt. Thos., for Attempting to Enter a 



Train in Motion, Halle 

Ambassador, Application about UdUt 



ful Dismissal by, 11; 11/ 

— Gage, John, for Steahng, 12^ 11 e 

Gait, Matilda, for Child SteaUng. 24 a 11/ 



— Gallant, Wm., for Keeping a Ferocioui Dog 

at Large, 20 m 11/ 
Gardner, Messrs., for Coxpensatioo for 

Discharge, 25 a 11 « 

Garratt, William, for Burglary, IwWf 

Garrett, George, for Robbery, 23 o 11 rf 

Gatti, Mr., for Keeping a Ferocious Dog at 

Large, 14 m 11 e^20 m 11 / 
Gennovlch, Gustave B'., for Threatening 

Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar, 8 j 10 e— 5 j 

10 c— dioc/— 13y Uc 
Gibbons, Thomas, and George Bonny, for 

Assault, 5 m 13/ 
Gifford, John, for haying a Ferocious Dog 

at Large, 25 a 11 €—25 m 13/ 
Gilham, William, for Smoking in a Baii- 

way Caniago, 2 a 1 1 a 

GiUaird, Frank, for Fraud, 6 / 1 1 e 

Goddanl, William, for Aissault, 10 a 11 * 

Godfrey, James, for Xot Keeping his Hoas<« 

Clean, 9 ; 13 r 

Godlinson, John, for Assault, 23^ 11/ 

Godwin, James, for Wife Murder, 24 o ll« 

Goodfcllov, — , for Railway Offence. 20 « 

14 rf 

Goring, William, for Robbery, 7 a of 

Gould, Francis Ford, for Disturbance, 2 a 



Graham, John Duncan, for Railway Offence, 
24 a 11/ 

— Grant, Edward, for Burglary, 29 m 11^' 
Eugene, for Allowing a Ferocious Dog to 



be at Large, 1.) j 13 6 

— Gray, Thos., and others, for Assault, 8 « 
11 a— 20 a 14 rf 

— Green, Louisa, Application to Find, 29 a 
ll/_30fll0/ 

Peter, for Attempte<l Burglary, U ** 



12 d 



Professor, for Kot Paying his Cab Fiic» 
24 / 13 e 

— Greenhough, William, for Stealing, 13 » 
lie 

— Greenwood, John, and others, for Betting. 
30 a 5 c 

— Greer, Arthur, for Bankruptcy Offence, W 



June SO, 1874.] palmeu's index to " thb times " newspaper. 



P<d 



Police (continued). 

Grerea, Arthur, for Stealing, 13 a 13 c--20 

alid 
Eenrj, for Appraii:ing Without a License, 

29 J 13 « 

GriSiths, Chas., for Adulteration, 13 a 11 e 

Grose, Marjr Ann, for Stealing, (tad/ 

Gunsted, Charles, for Assault, 11 m \2 d 

Haggarty, Henry, for Attempted Suicide, 

19; 11 d 

Hall. Chas.. for Wife Assault, I7y 11 e 

Halliday, Sarah, for Attempted SuKtide, 22 

jlSe 
Hard wick, Wra., for Begging, 20 m 11/ 

— Hardy, William, for Wilful Damage, &c., 
2SaUd 

Harrison, Henry, for Assault. SOm II c 

Harris, Chas.. and Jacob Purdy, for Assault, 

8 a 11 €—15 a 11 d 
Hammond, Baldwin and Holmaii, for 

Conspiracy and Felony, 14 <i 11 e — 21 a II e — 

24 n 11 e— 28 a 11 c— 2 m U /— 5 m 13 «— 12 

m IB/— 16 in 10 e 

Thomas, for Stealing, 16 a 1 1 e 

< — Harvey, Mary Ann, for Wounding her 

Husband, 11 n 11 e 
• — Hawker, E. W., for Furious Driving, 6 m 

lie 
Hayland. Wra., for Drunkenness, 6 a 9/ 

— Hazier, Henry, for Dojjtroying his Obscene 
Photographs, 20 a 14 d 

• — Hazlewood, James, and Georgo Tyler, for 

Wilful DaniBge, 19j 11 ^ 

Heath, Wra., for Assault, 28 m 11 e 

^— Hemsley, Henry, for Beating his Infant 

Child, 29 a 11*? 

— Hennessy, William, for Forgery. &c., 6 a 9 
e-13ul3c 

^— Herring, Wm. Edw., for Assault, &c., 12 m 

13/ 
— - Hill, Amelia, for Fraud, 1 7 a 11 e 
— - — SamueU for Suffering a Ferocious Dog to 

be at Large, 19i 11 d 
Wm., for Assaulting a Young Woman, 

27aJ3/ 
' — Holder, John, for Fraud, 20 / 1 1 ^ 

— Holmes and Dupe, for Leaving thuir Employ, 
22iiae 

• — ■ Hooker, Joseph, for Disorderly Conduct, 23 
; 11 e 

' — • Houlan, Elizabeth, for xVssault, 24 ; 13 c 
• — Hopwood, Wm., for Bigamy, 28 m 12 c— 5 

— Horsley, Charles, for Drunkenness, 23 »i 11 
e~26»i lie 

• — Howard, — , for Harbouring a Constable, 
29 a lie 

Emily, for Annoyance, 27 j 12 c 

*"- William, for Not Going to School, 16 a 

11/ 

Howe, William, for Drunkenness, &c., 7 a 
9/ ' ' 

-7- Hubbard, Inspector, Application for Aid 

for his Widow, 29 a 11 /—I w 11 / 
• Donations, 9 m 1 1 f 

■^ Hughes, George, and William Scannell, for 
FiKhtinff. 13,1 i.^/y 



Police (continued). 

Hunt, James, for Selling Diseased Meat, 15 

a 11 ^ 
Huzford, Joseph, for Reckless Driving, 2 a 

11 a 
Irving, John, for Wilful Damage, 8 j 13 « 

-9; 13/ 

Jackson, Wm., for Murder, 2 j 11/— 6 / 6/ 

Jagoe, Geo., for Assault, 20 J 11 « 

James, Abraham, for Furious Driving, 22 a 

lie 



— Jarratt, John, for Selling Adulterated Mus- 
tard, 11 m 12d 

Jeffery, Alfred, for Using Sad Language, 



25 a 11 e 

— Jenkins, William, for Entering the Crystal 
Palace Without Paying, IS i ll d 

— Jennings, John, for Assault, 14 a 11 e 
Joseph, for Not Sending his Child to 



School, 1 m 1 1 / 

Jewell, Emma, for Attempted Suicide, 5 m 



13/ 



Joel, Nathaniel, for Manslaughter, 13 j 11 d 
— 18>11 d 

— Johnson, Benjamin, for Wife Assault, 27 
a 13/- 

William, for Begging, 24 j 13 e 



Jones, Arthur, and Fred. Gardner, for 

Stealing, 3/11 c 

' Capt. Charles, for Non-payment of Cab 

Fare, 1 w 10/ 

Henry, f^r Forgery, 19^ II « 

for Fraud, 26 / 1 1 « 

James for Assault. 8^13/ 

■ — for Libtl, 17/ 1 1 e 

Joseph, for Assault, 25 a 11 

Thomas, for Assault, 6 a 9 / 

William, for Attempted Murder, 20 a 7 f 

for Robbery, \0 i \l d 

anH Assault, 22 n 11 e 



Jordan, Charles, for Assault, 21 m 13 e 

Joyce and Child, for Obstruction, 25 m 13 • 

Jovnt, Evan Dunham, for Keeping Open at 

Prohibited Hours, 21 m 13/ 
Jury, Emnii). for Stealing, 5 m 13 /^12 m 

13 r—lS m 11 f-\)j 13 r—'I^f 11 / 
Keevil, Peter and others, for Adulterating 

Butter, 1 rt 11 /• 
Kelly. John, and others, for Stealing, 11 » 

12 d 

Walter, W. H. Clinter, for Forgery, 30 m 



11 e 



Kenny, Patrick, for Stealing, 2jlle 
Kerrison, ste Police. 



— Kerwin, Charles, for Assault, 11 ; 11 / 

— King, Mary, for Attempted Abcluction, 28 
w 11/ 

Thomns Wm., for Robbery and Two 



Wonipn for Receiving, 27 »j 12a 

— Kirby, John, for Fraud, 29 J 13 d 

— Kirk, Wm., for Felony. 87 13 e 

— Kite, Thomas, for Stabbing, 18 »n 13 e 

— Kneller, Emma, for Attempted Murder, 15 
m He 

Knight, James, for Embezzlement, 30 a 



10/ 

i -. _- T.nrlflll .TAmAQ rr\r Sfaalinrv 9Q V 1 I * 



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[Apra 1 to 



Police (continued). 

Langford, Elijah 5 K. B., and John Myen, 

225 E., for Assault, U a 11 e 
Lawler, Mary and Donald, for Drunkenness 

and Assault, 29 m lie 
Lawrence, John, for Refusing a Fare, 12 / 

lis 

John £dw., for Indecent Assault, 14 m 11 



a— 11 ; 11 «— 18; 11 d—2o / 12 c 

John George, for Robbery and Assault, 18 



alld 
Lee, Walter, aiias Hadley, for Burglary, 4 

ml4 6 
Lewin, John Heather, for Libel, 21 m 18 e 

—28m 11c 

Lewis, Henry, for Illegnl Pawning, 8 a 1 1 « 

Livermore, Francis Joseph, for Railway 

0£fcnce, 19 w 13 e— 26 mile 

Lloyd, John, for Wounding, 2 m 11/ 

John Robt., for Assault, 28 m 11/ 

. London General Omnibus Company, for 

Booking Seats In their Omnibuses, 28 a 1 W 
Love, Robert, and others, for Ejecting a 

Househulder, 25 m 13 e— 22 y 13 e 
Lovegrove, William, for Breach of Contract, 

27 a V6f 

Luxford, Ann, for Adulteration, 2 a 11 a 

Macdonald, Lord, for Cruelty to a Horse, 

28 m 11/ 

Mace, Alfred, for Stenling, 16 a 11 e 

Macready, Robt., for Drunkenness, 20 j lie 

Mahon, James, for Assaulr, 29 a 11 e 



Mahurtcr, Thoij.,f()r Assault, 11 m 12 d 

Mallett, John, for Cruelty to a Mare, 11 7 

11 e 

Mannes, Magnus, and Louis P. Falcke, for 

Stealing, 9 m 1 1 /— 13 wile 

Mansell, Major C, for Excise Offence, 11m 

\2d 

Marchand, Eugene Adrian, for False De- 
claration, 28 m 13 e—'27 j 12 r- 

— — Martin, Constant, and Edward Valllant, 
for Assault, 3 fi 1 1 d 

Geo. Theodore, for Assault, 29 m 11 e 

Louis, for Assault, 24 ; l:i e 

Mason, Henry, lor Burglary, 7 a 9 /— 14 a 

lie 

John, for Stealing, 19 ; 11 d 

May, Garnham, for Neglecting his Grand- 
children, 7 a 9 /• 

M-Cann, David, for Assault, 28 a 11 d 

McCarthy, Daniel, for Disorderly Conduct, 

6a9e 

Margaret, for Drunkenness, 29 a 11 e 

M'Lean, Emma, f«)r Neglecting her Child, 

15/:3d-22/13e 
M'Nair, H., for Obstructing an Officer, 24 

j 13 e 

M'Pherson, WiUiam, for Assault, 6./ lie 

M* Vicar, Edward, for Forgery, 6 a 9 e— 11 

CI 11 e 
Meadows, Grace and Lucy, for Stealing, 27 

; 12 f 

Mcrritt, Mary Ann, for Selling Adulterated 

Milk 24 all/ 
- Mevimnl, Frid.. and Thos. Morgan, for 



Police (con inuedj, 

Meeres, Mrs. Edith, for Stealing, IS m 11 e 

Midwinter, W. Jnnes, for False Declaration, 

13m lie— 20m 11 f 
Miller, George, for Refusing to Pay Wages 

to Workmen, 22; 13/ 

Joseph, for Begging, 20 j 11 e 

Robert, for Libel, 26 j 11 e 

Mills, John, for Assault, 8 a 1 1 /— 38 m 1S« 

Milne, Ibabella, and others, for Stealing, IS 

m 11 y— 11/11 / 

Missir.g Peo] le. Inquiru^. for. '6 « 11/ 

Mitchvll. August, for Wilful Damage, 27 



12 a 



Charles, for Avsault. 19 7 13 e 



— Jutnes. for Assault. l.S^" II d 

— «lohn, and others, for Stealit g. !.=> f 1?^ f 
Mrs., for Advice Aguinst ihe ixbtiul 



Board Interference, 11 m ]'2 d 
Molesley, James, for Beating his ^^on. 6 j 

Montague, Jas. Arthur, for Burglary, 23 / 

lie 
Montgomerv, John, and Wm. Beaver, for 

Picking Poekelf. \i) j U d 

Moore, ('harlc<«, for Furious Driving, 24 t 



13 e 



Ellen for Hurghiry, 20 j 11 e 



Morgan, John, for Stealing, 9 « 11 / 

— Morris, Edw., for Burglary, 14 m 1 1 e 

Richard, for A:teuipted Suicide, 15 ; VU 

— Muir, John Saunders, for Fraud, 17 e* 11 # 

— Muller, J>^hn, and Alfred Funce, fur Lisiur- 
derly Conduct, Hi 11 e 

— Murphy, Edw, Wallace, for Wounding, ij 
11 e 

— Neal, Barnev, for Savage Wife Assault, 4 
jlle 

Elizabeth, and others, for Robbery, IS / 



11 d 



— Neale. Henry, and James Mortimer, for 
Skipping in Victoria Park, 8 a 11 e 

— Nerwin, James, for Stealing, 18 j 13 c 
Newman, Sarah, for Murdering her Daugh- 



ter, 2SaU d 

Willinm, for Smuggling, 26/11 / 



— Newport, Charles, and others, for Disor- 
derly Conduct. 25 m 13 e 

Nitid, Charles, for Dealing in Unwholesome 



.t'.if.i i\. 



»? 



Y 1 



Food, 9 a 11/ 
Nokes, Arthur, for Unlawful Po8se.«sion of 

a Dog, 26^11/ 

Norris, John, for Stabbing, 13 m 11 / 

G'Donnell, Jol.n, for Wife Assault, 26 7 

11/ 

OfPord. George, for Burglary, 5 m 13 j — 12 

M I3e— iDwll/ 

Fund for Kerrison the Officer Injured 

by, 12 m ISe 

O'llagan, Henry Osborne, for Fraud, 1 a 

11 e— 9 a 11 e— 16 a 11 e— 20 o 14 e 

Omnibus Conductor, for Refusing a Custo- 
mer, 13 a 13 c 

()mons, Wm., for Manslaughter, 15 j IS * 

-~177 5e/-25;12c 

(VKoHrk. Thomas, for Wife Afsaulr, 2:^ « 

11 ./ 



Jane 30, 1874.] palmeic's index to " tue times " KEW<irAPEn. 



Pol 



Police (eontinutd), 

Orerj, John, for Intimiilation, 9 a 11/ 

Parkin, Rich., for AdulteratioD, 16 m 10 < 

, Pamell, Wm., for Stealing. 1> 13 c 

' Paasirore, John, fop Bigamj, 6 / 11/ 

< — Pearks, Thomas, for Adulteration, 3 a 11 « 
Peaoell, E 478, for ViokaoB of Duty, 18 a 

\\d 
— Perceral, Charles, for Unwholesome Bacon, 

8^11/ 

Perry, Samuel, for Assaalt, 27 m 12 a 

Warren, William and George, for Not 

Sapporting tkeir Mother, 22 / 13 e 

Peters, George, for Fraud, 27 a 18/ 

Phillips, Daniel, for Adulteration, 4 m 14 r 

Fred., for Ubel, 1 j 18 e-6y 11 « 



Pickett, John, for Drunkenness, 15^ 13 s 

— ~ Pile, Joseph, for Deserting his Children, 28 

mil/ 

Pi()er, Samuel, for Assault, 2 / 1 1 « 

— Poile, Geo. Thos., for Violation of Duty as 

a Policeman, 80 m 1 1 r 
Polain, F.liza and James Wm., for Star?ing 

a Nurse Child, 4/11 /' 
-^ Points, Eliza, for Wounding, 29 m\\ f 
Pooley, George, for Assaulting his Parents, 

6jlle 
Powell, James for Railway Offence, 21a 

11/ 
Prenden^st and Iri>h, for Infnngment of 

a Trade Mark, 8 / 13 t 
Prescott, Amy, and Wm. Fitzpatrick, for 

Robbery, 13 a 18 c 
Price, Thos., for Discharging a Rifle in the 

Streets, 28 a 11 d 
' — Pritchitt, Wm., for Detaining a Dog, 11a 

lie 

Pugin, Edw. Welby, for Libel, 3 ; 1 1 s 

— -Pursaill, £dw., for Selling Adulterated 

Milk, lOj lis 
— - Radley, Edw., for Not Paying his Cab Faro, 

lUn/ 

• — Ratcliffe, Wm, Derwent water, for Shooting 
a Servant Girl, 29 J 13 (f 

Itay, Geo. Wm., for Paternity. 13 a 13 c 

■ He .d, James, for Assault, 30 a 10 / 

— • Reed, Frod., for Wife Assault, 16/ 18 e 

■ John, for Assault, 17/11 s 

Reeves and Son, for Not Teaching an Ap- 
prentice his Trade, 13j 11 cf 
- — Rich, Henry, for Stealing, 10/ 11 rf 
Itichards, James, for Selling Diseased Meat, 

• — Ricketta, Charles, for Drunkenness, 9 a 

11/ 
— - Ridley, John, and others, for Obstruction 

by Booths and Sulls, 14 m 11 « 
Roberts, John, for Not JBillettiiig Soldiers, 

27 a 13/ 

Robert, for Fraud, 22 a 1 1 e 

' — Robertson, Alex., for Licensing Act Offence, 

12; lie 

Walter, for Asuault, 23/ 1 1 s 
Robinson, Mtto Ellen, for Assault. 8 a 11 « 

George, for Throwing Stones, 25 a 1 1 e 
Robson, John Henry, K>r Drunkenness, 27 



Polioe (continued), 

Hodaway, Alice, for Attempted Suicide, 18 

a lid 

Rogers, Job, for Wilful Damage, 25 m 18/ 

John, for Attempted Suicide, 10 j 11 s 

Rough, Edw., for Adulteration, 13 a 13 cf 

Russell, John, for Stabbing, 21 a 11/ 

Ryan, John and Patrick, for Assault, &c^ 

16/13y 
0*Callaghan, for Firing a Pistol with In- 

tent, 5 m 13 c 

Sanders, George^ for Stealing. 7 a 9 /* 

Sainte Croix, Louis Henri lienooard Comto 

de, for Assault, I5j 7 d 
Sawyer, C. 110, for Violation of Duty, 5 J 

Us— 9; 13 a 

Eliza, for Child Stealing, 16 a 11/— 24 a 



11/ 



George, for Assault, HO mild 



Saxby, Augustus, for Neglecting his Wife, 

28 a 11 e-24a 11/ 
St. Quintin, W. B., for Libel, 16/ 13 s— 19 

jll « 

Scartfield. John, for Fraud, 29 a 11 • 

School Board Cases, 16 a 11 </— 2 m 11/— 

20/ lie 
Scott, Henry Thos., and other Boys, for 

Assault, IS a II d 

John, for Stabbing, 6^ 11 e 

Seamen, Ten, for Refusing to go to Sea, 9 

a d 

Sheen, Ann, for Drunkenness — a Strange 

MisUke 23>U/ 

John, fur StedlLng, 29 w 1 1 /* 



« to - 



Simmons, — , for Liccniting Act Offence. 9 

a 11/ 
Siuiuis, Francis, for Assault, 4 m 14 6 

— Simpson, C. ar.d G., for DnwkeBiieei. 29 si 
11/ 

J. and F., for Disorderly Cooduct, 28 si 

11 e 

— Sinclair, Lizzie, for Robbery and Attempted 
Suicide, 12 w 13/ 

— Slattory, Catherine, for Wilful Damage, 17 
/ 11 « 

— Small, Archiball, for Drunkenness, 80 m 
lie 

— SaiitH, Caiherine, and others, for Assault. 
2'JuUe ' 

Kliziibeth, for Not Supporting her Child 

2: « 13 / 

John, for Assault and Robbery, 1 <i 1 1 / 

— and Wm. Haribiud, for Fraud, 21 m 

Patrick, an 1 Mary Williams, for Assault. 
7 a 9/ ' 

Vnlentine, for Nuisance, 1/ 13 c 

William, for Felony, 2 « 1 1 a— 6 a 9 e 

Wm. Ray, for Letter Stealing. 13 m 11 e 

for Detaining a Comluotor's Deposit. 

liym 10/ * ' 

— Solomanf, William, and other Boys, for 
Burglary. 30 a \0/ 

— Spurrier, Henry, for Brutal Wife Assault. 
2»/13e ^ 

— Stallard, Daniel, for Attemptwl Murder. 4 



18 e 



F<d 



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[April. 1 to 



Police {continued). 

Stanley, F»ank, for ▲ssault, IS m 1 1 e 

Stanton, George, and James Griffi hs. for 

Working a Horse in an Unfit State, Sj 11 < 
Stayton, Mrs., for Relief — a Sad v/ase, 7 a 



9/—13a 13 c— 17 a 11/ 

Donations for, 4 m 14 c — 13 mil J 



Steel, James and Mary, for Drunkenness, 

20y 11 1 
Steers, Williaro, for Selling Diseased Meat, 

18 a 11 (f 

Stevens, William, for, Begging, 15 a 11 « 

-^ Mrs. £mily, for Assaul ling her Hasband, 

6 m 11 « 
Stewart, Frances, for Abduction, 4 m 14 /> 



—9 wily 

for Murder, 16 m 10 € 



John, for Watch Robberies, 10 a 11 < 



Stiles, John, for Stealing, 24,; 18 « 

Stock, Fred., for Robberies, 27 a 13/ 

Stratlbrd, Wm., for Adulteration, 9 / 13 « 

Stieet, Wm., for Wife At^sault, 23 /ll e 

Sunday Trading, Cases of, 7 m 10 /*— 25 / 

12 d 

Swan, Edw., for Adulteration, 6 m 11 e 

Symonds, Thos Geo., fur Stealing, m 11 e 

Talbot, Isabella, for Uttering a Forged 

Check, 1 a 11 e 
Taylor, Jane, for Attempted Suicide, 21 a 

11«— 23a lie 

Henry, for Assaiil'. 11 a Me 

John, fur A88:iult, 19 yll rf 

for Wi.ful DaniJige. *J7 in 12 a 



Obed, for Fraud, in I i / 



Teeling, John, and Charles Butt, for Rob- 
bery, 9 J 13 « 

Thacker, Fred. Charles, and Fred. Turn- 
bull, for Stealing, a ; 11 /' 

Thick, Reuben, for lieckless Driving, 2 m 



11/ 

— Thomas. Mo' ie, ^ee La Wrenie. 

— Thomason, Wm., for Attempted Theft, 12 
m 13/ 

Thompson, Edw., for Attempting to Stab. 



9j 13< 

Wm., for Frand, 29^ 13 e 

Wm. Jauic.«, for Furious Driving, 22 a 



llfl 



Thorn, Wm.. for Selling Bad Meat, 25 /rtn3 « 

Tiller, Henry, for l;runkt»nnes8, 27 m 12 o 

Tovcy, Thonias, for fcieliing Unwholesome 

Meat, lay 11 c 

Trickey, Gcorjje, for Assault, ZOjXle 

Tubbs, William, for Manslaughter, 1 m 11/ 

Tucker, George, f©r Stabbing, '60 j 11 « 

Tuke, Sidney, tor Drunkenness, 14 a 11 e 

Turnbull, Ricliiinl, for Larceny, 3 a 1 1 <f 

Turner, Susannah, and others, for Stealing, 

18»i 13e 

Sidney, and others, for Stealing from an 



Alms Box, 1 1 / 11 
Iwo Girls, for Wilful Damoge on Victoria 

Embankment, 10^ \\ d 
-^ — Children for Pricking Themselves with 

rin«, &c., 11/11/ 
Tynen. SMmuel, for Disorderly Conduct, 17 

)11 f 



Police (continued), 

Vaccinatiou Cases of Refusal, 11 m 12 <f— 

22 J 18/ 

Van Sneter, Anne, for Drunkenness, 29 / 

l^c 

Walker, Alfred H., for Obtaining Money 

by Fraud, 4; 11/ 

W^allace, Walter, and James Nott, for As- 
sault, 26 w 11 e 

Walls, John Patmore, for Fraud. 8 a 11 e 



WaUh, James, for Stealing, 24 ; 13 e 

Ward, Wm., for Furious Driving, 25 ; 12 r 

Warder, Charles, for Adulteration, 17 u 



11/ 



12 <• 



Warman, Robert, for Fraud, 6 « 9 / 
Waterfield, Mrs. Mary, for Assault, 2u \ 



Watts, Charles, for Burglary, 19 m» 13 r 
Way. George, for Robberies, 9 ; 13 e 
Webb, James, for Assault, 6 in Ll e 
~ Mary, for False Character, 9 iw 11/ 
Samuel, for Nuisance, 6 a 9/ 



— Webber, Sarah, Disappearance of, 15 si 
11 f 

Webster, William, for Wilful Damage, 7 a 



9/ 



Weekly, Wm., for Assault, ZOj 1 1 e 

— Weeks, Edw., for Deserting his Children, 
ISy 11 d 

— Welch, James, for Personation, 17 a 1 1 e 
Welld. John, Donation for, who Killed a 



Mad Dog, 4 Mi 14 c 

Henry Halifax, for Conspiracy, 13m \\t 



13 e 



West, John, for Frnud, 25 u 11 c 
White, Henry, for Stealing, 28 o 11 d- 



Charles, for Stealing, 13/ 11 <f 



— White, John, and two others, for Sieailii.fr. 
25 ml 1 / 

Martha, for Ai tempted Suicide, 30 / 1 1 <♦ 



— Whitconiho, Robert and Eliz.,for Unlawful 
Possession. 1 / 13 c 

— Whitehead, a Boy, Application to Find. S 
all e 

Whitfield, Sarah Ann, and Harriet Llov<1, 



for Stealing, \\) m 13 e 

Wiggins, Francis Thomas, for Robbery, I'J 



jUe 

— Wiles, John, andThos.Ainslie, for Garrott- 
ing. 1 2 Ml 1 3 r 

— V^^'ldinjf. James, for Fraud, 21 m 13 e 

— Will. G. 11., for Advice about a Cat who 
Caused the Deaih of his Dog, 6 m 11 « 

Walla^ura, Bocuch, for Absenting Him«tlf 



from Work, S «* 11 « 

— Willis, CUiarles, for Selling Unwholesotud 
Vegetables, 22 a 1 1 « 

— Thomas, for Detaining Documents, 18 
Ud 

— Williams, Henry, for Stealing, 6 a 9 e 
Charles, for Burglary, 11 m 12 d — 16 « 



10/ 



jUe 
11 f 



Henry, for Burglary and Theft, 22m Uf 
Jane, for Attempted Suicide, 2 j 11 «— 10 

•Tohn, for Selling Adulterated Butter, 9fl 



June 30, 1874.] 



PiOiMEB^S INDEX TO THE *' TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



Prf 



Folioe (continued), 

Williams, John, for Stealing, 23y 11/ 

Mary, for Fraud, 15 m 1 1 « 

Robert, for Libel, 9 w 11/ 

Tbomas, for i'ersonating a Detective, 22 

.William, for Robbery, 30 o 10 / 

W^lraot, Hannah, for Drunkenness, II j 

11/" 
Wilson and Fitzpatrick, for Robbery, 7 a 

9/ 
W^ootls, George, and Wm. Jones, for Bur- 

lary and AttemptoJ Murder, 8 a 6/— 17 a Sa 
Woodward, Robert, for Inciting to Steal, 

25 m 13 f 
Worcester, Thos., for Fraud, 15 m 11 e—23 

mile 
Wyatt, Matthew, for Assaulting a County 

Court Offl':er, 17 j 11 e— 187 U e— 19 ; 11 e 
Young, Miss Annie, Case of, 25 a 11 e — 2S 

alld—2mUf 

Maria, for Stealing, 16/13/ 



Police Force, Return of, 80 ;/» 7 h 

Costs of the Metn)politan, 30 m 11 <f 

• Courts, Fines and Penalties at, Official Re- 
turn, SOmlOd 

Gallant Conduct of Policeman Bates, 11m 

13/ 
- — Magistrates of the Metropolis, Intended In- 
crease of Salary, 18 m 13 b 

Notes on, 12 a 13 «— 30 a \0 d 

Orphanage, Annual Ball in Aid of, 1 m 7 (/ 

Donations to, 1 1 > 5 f—lSj 9 f 

PeuMons, Deputation to Government about, 

8111 10 d 

Reward to for Gallant Captures, 30 a 10 / 

—13 m 11/— 18 m 13 e 
Policeman, Brutal Assault on. at Dunchurch, 9 

a 11 6 
Pooley and Son on Weighing of Grain, 15 a 7 b 
Poor Law Medical Officers Association, 9 a b 
Rate, Non-Payment Enforced by Imprison- 
ment, 17 a 10 (i 
Pope (The) see Italt 
• — Canonization of, 25 m 14 6 

• his Letter to his Brothers on his Election, 

18>9/- 
Population of the United Kingdom, 20 m 5/ 
Pork, Increased Consumption of, 28 m 5 € 

Salted, Import Returns, 23 a 9/ 

Port ot London, Statistics of, 23^ 10 b 
POETUQAL:— 

Agricultural Prospects, 26 m 5 a 

Banquet to Signor Castelar, 9 ; 7 r« 

Election and the University, 27 a 7 a 

' Mi&cellaneous News, ZJ 12 a — 5j 5 a — 2ij 

7 a— 29/7 6 

Police Regulations, Simplifying of, 16 m C a 

Protest Against the Propoganda of the 

Jesuits, 19 m 7 a 

Wines, 27 m 5 a 

Post Office Annuities and Insurances, 15 a 7 e 
and Insufficiently Stamped Newspapers, 26 

fA 6 6 

Money Order Offices in Brazil, 9/ 12 c 

and Savings Bank Offices, 30 a 9/— 27 m 



Post Office, Notes on Translating Short Hand 
Directions. 20 m 12 6—22 m 12 h 

Overcharge on Letters from Italy, 30 m 6/ 

and the Route to Italy, IH 7 10 a 

Savings Banks, Official Report on, 4j 7 e — 

bjdf 
Servants, Conference at Westminster Pal- 
ace Hotel about, 1 m 9/ 
Postal Changes, 3 n 3y-^7 a 5 d 

Communication with Holland, 12 j 5 a 

Potatoes, Import Returns, 9 a 6 c 

Reduction in the Import Returns, 18 m 8 a 

Potter (George) on the London School Board, 
11 m 14a 

on the Government Friendly Societies Bill, 

16 j 12 c— 19; 10 r— 30 ; 12 b 

on Religious Instruction in Board Schooli, 

28 m lOrf— 2j5/ 

Poultry, Foreign Import Returns, l\ a II d 

Powerscourt (Lord) on the Irish Secretary and 
the Insh Reform. 24 a U rf 

Practical Subjects, 3 a 7/— 6 a S a 

Pratt (Hodgson) on Workmen's Clubs and Pri- 
vate Drinking, ft J 12 6 

Prayer Book. American Alterations in, 4/12 a 

(Rubrics) Bill, 24/ 10 a 

Precept without Example, 2 a 12 f 

Premature Interment of a Young Married Wo- 
man at Saton, 6 m l\ d 

Presbyterian Church, Deputation to the Viceroy, 
5 m 18 c 

Preserved Meats from Paysanda, 14 m 7 c 

State of the Market in, 9 t. 6 a 

PRESS PROSECUTIONS :— 

the Figaro for Libel, 21 w 13 e 

the Labourers Union Chronicle, for Libel, 1 

all<f 

^-^ the Montreal Witnas, for Libel, 26 m 4 /" 

the Rotherham and Mashorough Advertiser, 

11 a 11 d 

the South Wales Daily News, for Libel, 2 

a 11 rf— 80 116— 22 a 11 c 

Preston (Lord) and James II., 13 ; 5 « 

Prevention Better than Cure, 7 m 10 f 

P ice (W. Salter) on Jacob Wainwright, 28 a 
5 c 

Prince Imperial. Notices about, \i a 7 d 

Portrait of by Lefevrel 25 a 12 c 

Present from the Ladies of Chislehurst to, 

20 a 12 6 

Presentations to the Police Inspectors. 18 

a 9/ . ' 

Printers' Corporation, Anniversary Festival, 16^ 

7 c 
Printing, 400th Celebration of the Anniversary 
of the Introduction of, into England, Postponed, 

18 ni 8 c 
Prison Discipline and Manafremmt, 5 w 1 1 /* 
Labovr, Deputation to Government Against, 

25 a 10 c 

Ministers' Bill, Notes about. 5 / 12 6 

Prisoners of War, C-ongress on the Treatment of, 

1 ; 7 rt 
Pril chard (J.) on the Railway Accid«jnt near 

Nice, 10 a 6 6 
Private Secretaries. Advantages of Being, 18 



FAMIKU*fl INDEA TO " THE TIMES '' KEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



PBIVY OOUKOIL:— 

Abbott r. Abbott, Judgment, 2ij\2 f 

-^— Ameer Khan and another v. Secretarj of 

State for India, Urn 13 a 
— — Brown v. the Cure and Churchwardens of 

Montreal, 29 j 12 f 

— Chartered Bank of India &c. v. Henderson 
and others, Judgment, 7 m 11 a 

— M*Lean v, Macandrew and others — Jndg- 
mert, 11 m 13 a 

Chatwood*s Patent Safes, Holla 

— Forbes v, M'Donald, 18 a 11 a 

— -— Chedambara Chetty v. Runga Krishna, 11 

m 13 a 
~ Dibbs V, Colonial Sugar Refining Companj, 

24 i 12/ 

— Ganendro MohunTagorev.RajahJuttendro 
Mohun Tagore and others. 20 1 1 1 S~22 y 1 2 /*— 
2ij 13 d 

•^ — Caches v, Goremor of Harrow School, 18 j 

11a 
— — Lee V. Fagg and Mummery, 2dj 12/ 
Madras Hailwaj Company v. Zerainder of 

Carvatenagarum, 15 j 13 a ■ 
— — Maharajah Uijendur Kishore Scin v. Rajah 

Sahib Terhlnd Sein, 21 m 13 c— 23 m 11 a 
^— Mecr Mahumed Hossein v, Forbes, 25^ 11 a 
^— Kew Members, 1 1 m 1 1 f 
risani v. Attorney-General of Gibraltar and 

othf re, 15 in 1 1 a— 21 m 13 c— 24 7 11/ 
Provincial Insurance Company of Canada 

V. Leduc, 5y 11 e 

Judgment, 2dj 12/ 

-~- Queen v. Mount and Morris, 18 a 11 a 
•—^ Kajah Raj Kishen Sing v. Government of 

India, 20 a 13 s— 22 a 10/— 25 alia 

Sri Chaitanya Cbundra Harischandana 



JagadeTU Bahadoor v. Collector of Ganjam and 

others. 6/11 <i 
Reid V. Burch, 29 a 18 a— 80 a 11 c— 1 m 11 

c— 4 m 13 a— 13 m 11 a 
Richer v. Voyer and others, 23 m 1 1 a 

— Rugby School, New Scheme, 25 j 11 a 
Sant V. Sant, 23 & 11 a— 25 all a— 18 m 

13 c 

— Sauvageau v. Gauthicr, 7 m 11 a 

— — Synd Mahomed Hossein Khan v. Bhobootee 

Singh and others— Judgment, 7 m 11 a 
-^— Toondun Singh v. Baboo Pokhanarin Singh 

and others — Judgment, 10/ 11 a 
^— Veterinary Department, Report, 29 m 10 c 

re Warner's Patent, 17.; 11 c 

Watson V. Aga Mebedy Sherazee and others 

— Judgment, 4 j 10 e 
Proctor (R. A.) America and the Transit of 

Venus, 6 m 12 €—16/ 14 a~22/ 9/ 
Prophet Abroad— Lord Itidstock, 11 a 10 6 
Protection of Life from Fire, Notes about, 7 m 

12e 
Prussian State Library, 24 a 7 6 
Pryor (Arthur) on the Government and the 

Brewers* License, 20 a 14 « 
Public lieaUh Act uf 1872, 4 a 6 a 
— Income and Expenditure, 4 a 6 < — 15 a 7 c 

-22 a 7 ^29 a 12 6—6 m 10 6—13 m 10 6— 

20 m 11 c— 27 ». 6 c 8; 11 6-10^ 10 rf-17 / 



Public Offices, Return of Salaries, Ac ia, 20 si 
115 

Petitions, Official Return of the Last Fire 

Years, 12 w 11/ 

Schools Commissions, Meetings, 27 a 12 / 

— ?3>11 fi 

"\Vo^^hIp Regulation Bill, Notes about, 28 a 

12 €— W) a 10 e—o tn G a— 7 m 6 e— 8 m 12 e— 
11 /?; 1> 6—13 tn 12 c— 14 m 5 6—14 m 10 e— 16 
M lia— 19w 13/— 1/13/'— 2/5 6— 2> lOc 
—4/ o «.-4/ 12 c— 8 / 7 6- 11/ 10 c— 27/11 
<•— 30/ 6 6 

Conference about, 4/ 12 r 

Meeting of the Exeter Clergy on the 

Bill. '/5 m I2e 

of Ritualists about, at St. James'i 



Hall. 17j7e-27/ 12 c 

Meetings about, 1 iw 9/— 27 m 9 e— » 



m9f 



21) / « r 



Return of Pvtitions For and Against, 

I<,ord Selburne on, 19 ; 4/ 

Sketch of. 2l» a 12 c 

Facihties Bill, 4 »« 8 e -10 / 12 /f— 15 / 

11/ 
Pullman's Sleeping Car. 24 a 10/ 

Punchy Academy Pot-Pourri, from, 14 « 10/ 

Cuttings from, 27 m 9 e 

Devoutly to be Wished: All Bores in tbs 

Severn. 22 a 12 c 

Liberty r. License, 17/6/ 

New Game of War, 24/ 11 / 

"Pure as the Driven Snow," 9 a 4/ 
Putting a Girdle Round the Earth, 27/ 5/ 
Pyatt (Felix) on the Paris Commune and the 

Vendome Column. 24/ 12 a 
Pym (Jona.) on the Irish National School, 5 j 5/ 

Q. 
Quaker a Gaol Chaplain in America, 8 7 10 a 

Quarantine in Malta, 18 / 5 a 

Queen and the East End, 22 m 12 c 

Insurance Company, 27 m 6 a 

Queen's College, London, Notes about, 6 a 9 c 

Donation of the Queen Towards^ 10 « 8 i 

■ of the Princess of Wales, 16 a 1 1 rf 

Easter Bounties. Distribution of, 8 a 9 / 

Queensland, Palmer Goldflelds, 1 / 6 / 

Population Returns. 24 a lid 

Quicksilver Mine at Exeter, 9 a 12 6 

R. 
Rabbits from Launceston, 25/6/ 
Rabies and Hydrophobia, 4 a 7 e -7 a 8/— 8 a%i 
Ragged School Shoe Black Society, Meeting. 2J 

Union, Annual Meeting, 13 m 12 a 

Railway i^cddcnts Commission, Appoint meBti> 
18/7/ 

Meetings, 19/ 12 c— 20/9/-27/o/ 

*■ Notes about, 30 a 7 cf 

and Railway Signalmen, 3 a 10 c — 8 • 7 



b— 16 a 12^— 8>« 11 c 

— Benevolent Institution, Annual Festival, 13 
in 12 6—26/ 7 d 

— Booking Offices at London Bridge to to 



June. oO, 1?<74.] palmer's ikdex to " the times '' nkwspapeti. 



£ei 



Riulw^y Booking Office lieform, I a 9 / 

Carmen, Demonstration in Hyde Park for 

an Increased Pay, A a of 

Carriftgejj, Export Returns, 30 m 11/ 

Combination in Austria, 13 a 6 d 

Commission Meetings, 22 a 8 6—23 a 6/— 

15 m 7 f/— 18 m 8 rf-12 / 12 c— 15 J 8 </— 17 j 
10/-— 18 7 7c 

Continuous Air Brake, Trial of, to Seven- 

oakii, 5 M 6 /' 

Debenture Trust Company, 16 w 10 a 

Delayed in its Passage from Grasshoppers, 

20 m 12 a 

Extension and rhe Public, 2 u 5y' 

Fearful Fight in a Car near PilUburg, 7 m 

11/ 

Fellow Travellers, ISjSd 

Grievance- - Beckenham Sunday Trains, 28 

m 6 e— 29 m 6 d—'60 ni 6 e 

Luggage Robberies Abroad, 15 ;n 12 a 

in Italy, 30 m 7 e 

Notion, Working by Cable, 20 a 6 « 

Parliamentary Committee on the Bills of, 3 

a 6 «— 6 a 4- e— 17 a 10 c— 20 a 8 rf— 22 a 7 f 
—23 a 6 6—27 a 8 rf— 28 a 10 d— 30 a 7 /—I 
n 10 c— 5 m U /— 6 m 10 rf— 7 w 7./— 8 /« 11 6 
. 9 „, 7 /— 15 m 7 c— 18 m 8 c— 20 w; 1 1 6 -21 
M 9 c— 25 m 8 c— 2 ; 11 c— 4 ; 6 c— 6 ; 10 e -9 
/ 12 rf— 10 / 10 c- 11 > 7 €—13 ; 10 e— 16 / 12 A 
-17 / 10 /—Id / 7 rf-20./ 10 /•— L3y 10/-24 
j 9 «— 26}* 7 «— 29 / 8 />— 30 /lie 

Pullman Sleeping Car, 24 a 10/ 

Reform in Goods Traffic, 22 « 7 c— 23 a 6 6 

Return of Disasters for Marsh, 7 a 9 e— 9 a 

10 c 

Servants of the South Western, Memorial 

for Concessions, 7 m 5 e 

of the North Eastern, Apply for Reduc- 



tion of Hours, 14 m 10/ 

— Simplicity in the Working of, by Capt. 
Tyler, 21 m 9 e - 

— Time Tables, 6 a 4 « 

— Travelling in America, 7 nt 11 / 

— Unpunctuality, Actions about, 24 a 11 6 
Cases of , 2 a 6 r 



Westinghouse Continuous Air Brake for, 

Trial of. on the Midland, 11 a 12 c 

Wooden in America, 7 a 3 a 

Railways, Overcharges on, 14 »i 10 d 
RAILWAYS:— 

Alabama and Chettanooga, 20 m 11 b 

Alta-Italia — Pullman's ^Sleeping Cars to 

Ran on, 27 i 5 a 

Alyth. 30 a 7 « 

American, Mileage of, 18 / 7 a ' 

Arbroath and Forfar, 3 n 6 cf 

■ Atlantic and Great Western, 11 m 7 r — 26 / 

7 </-29 i 8 5 

• Australian, 2iJ OJ 

' Austrian, 17 a 10 c 

Aylesbury and Bucks, 4 a 6/ 

■ Bahia and San Francisco, 11^7 e — 20 « 8 rf 

- — Bath and Evercreech, 29 / 8 A 

Berwickshire, daQd 

BoUvar, 20 a 8 d—2 /lie 

Bombay, Baroda an I Ccrttral Indii, 13 / 10 



Railways (continnfid). 

Boulogne to St. Omor, 26 m 6 «— 2 j II c 

Bournemouth and Poole, 16 ; 12 6 

Brecon and Merthyr, 11 > 7 e 

— Bridport, 2 o 6 o 

— Bristol and Kxeier, 4 / 6 </ 

Buenos Ayres and Cam;)ana, 12 .; 10 « 

Great Souihorn, 6 a 4 «— 2 m 11 a — 15 m 

7<»— 21 w9c 

Great Northern, S m 11 h — 13 w 8 c 

and Euscnada Port, 27 a 8 i — 2 « 11 c 



m 



Ciilifornian Pa« ific Extension, 14 /« 7 c 
Canadian Pacific, 11 ?n 7 c — 22 wot* — 23 

Camatie, 30y 11 c 

Caterham JuMciinn,.16 m 7 c 

Central Argentine, 16 m 10 a — 25 m S c — 

23/lOr— 26>7a 

Asian, 8 / 7 rt 

Pacific, 9 w 12 6 

Cork and Kinsale, i j 6 d 

Cornwall, 1 j 8 « 

— Crimean, Ajoa 

Danube and Black Sea, Deputation to (go- 
vernment against the Turks, 22 m 9/ 

Dumerara, 20 a 8 d— 27 uSd 

Devon and Cornwell, I a 12 n — 20 mile 

Dunfermline and Queensferry, 2 m 1 1 e 

Dunaberg nnd Witespk, 2 m ii c — 20 mile 

East Argentine, 14 w 7 c 

Indian, 29 j 8 b 

London, 26 j 7 c 



P^astem Bengal, 18 m 8 a — 25 ;n 8 e 
of France, 22 // 7 « 



Edinburgh, Loanhcad, and Roslin, 3 a 6 </ 

Erie, 1 a 7 a— 2 a 6 6—3 a 6 a— 13 a 9 a— 

29 a 12 a— 30 a 5 a— 30 a 12c— 1 > 9 6- 3i 10 

a— lOy 10 a— 11 / 7 a— 23y 10 c— 24 / 9 c— 26 

)7 d 

Arrests for Frauds on, 1 a 7 a 

New Auditors, 18 a 10 a— 23 a 6 ^—25 a 

7 e— 6 m 10 a 

Cai)t. T; lor Enters on his Duties, 16 y 



5a 



Geneva and Ithaca, 6 / 10 a 



Girvan and P«»rtpa trick Junction, 27 o 8 <f 

Grand Trunk of i^'anada, 2a6c— 6fl4s— 

10 a 7 c— 20 /7c 

Great Central of Belgium, 20 a 8 « 

Eastern, i 5 ; 8 « 

Indian PeninsuUr, 8^ 8 ^ — 15 j 8 e 

North of Scoilund, 1 a 12 c 

Southern of India, 21 »* 9 a — 27 m 6 c 

Western, 20 m 6 </— 1 1 / 7 e— 22y 8 c 

of C:aua<la, 2- o 7 c— 23 a 6 c— 23i 10 

/— 24 ; 9 e 

Highl-nd, 20 a 8 rf-30 a 7 e 

Illinois Central, 27 / 11 o 

' — ■ and St. Louis Bridge Riulway, 25 iw 7 6 

Inner Circle Itiilway, 12 m 13 c 

Italian, 14 n 5 ft 

Leeds and Liverpool, !8 r* 9 /' 

Lemberg-Czcrnowitz, 20 / 10/ 



Leomin.-^ter and Ki.igton, 23 Vi 6 e 

Leven au«l East of Fife, 30 *i 7 c 

Levi? an'l K»nnr'>^ 2<) m 1 1 n 



T • «^ • M 



o: 






PALMKR's INDKX to *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



BailwayB (continued). 

Lombard, 1 m 12 b — 4 / 6 a 

London, Brighton and South Coast, 16 a 7 « 

and North Western, IjSt 

and iSouth Western, 28 a 10 rf— 22 w U 

b—20j 10/ 

• Madras, ]Sj7d 

— — Madrid Saragossa, 4c., ijSd 

— Maidstone to Sevenoaks, 22 a 7 e — 15 tn 7 c 
—27 m6c 

— Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire. 8 a 
7b 

— — Metropolitan, 8 a 6 d — 17 a 10 c— 15 m 7 c 

Kailways and the Boat liace, 1 a 10 6 

• and St. John*s Wood, 15 m 7 e 

Mexicitn, 30 J 1 1 c 

Midland, 15 a 7 /— 2/ 11 c— 17; 10/ 

* Montrose and Bervie, 20 a 8 d—Si) a 7 < 

North British, 1 a 12 6—2 a 6 c— 4 add 

Orleans and Uouen, 25 ; 7 u 

(ittonian (Smyrna to Aidin), 1 a 12 c 

Oude and llohiikand, (> / 10 a— 19i 10 b 

— Paris, Lyons and Medite.ranean, 8 a 7 6 
Peebles, 3 a 6 d 

Penicuik, 2 w lie 

Pennsylvanian, 4/5 a^2ij 6/ 

— Philadelphia and Heading, 29 j 8 a 

— Pickle Bridge Branch, 25 m 8 c 

Porto Alegre and New Hamburg, IjSt 

Becife and Sao Francisco, &c., 10 a 7 r — 16 

a 7e 

Royal Swedish, 80 m 6 rf— 4 jed 

' Kussian to India. 2 a 6 e 

San Paulo, 8 a 6 rf— 4 a 6/— U ale 

St. Andrews, 20 a 8 rf— 22 a 7/ 

— St. Francis and Megantic, 18 ; 10 a 

— Scinde, Punjab and Delhi, 2dj8b 
— — Scvenoaks Junction, 2 j 1 1 c 
Severn and Wye, 20 m 6e—ljSe 

— Smyrna and Cassaba, 27 a 8 d — 14 j 7/ 

— Somerset and Dorset, 30 a 7 e 

South Australian and Upper Italy, 5 m 14/ 

Carolina Central, 7 a 3 a 



Southern of France, 19 a 7 f 

State of Shares in, in everif day*s paper. 

— — Stokes Bay and Pier, 4j 6 d 

Tasmanian, 15 w 7 c— 22 ; 8 a— 23 J 10 c— 

24y9c— 25i7a— 26^7^/ 

Towcester and Stratford-on-Avon, 6j 10 a 

Traffic Receipts, 2 a 6 d—'S a 6 «— 4 a 6 / 

—8 a 7 6—9 a 6 c— 10 a 7 c— 11 a 7 «-18 a 9 
rf— 14 o 7y— 16 a 7 e— 17 a 10 c— 18 a 10 6— 
22 a 7/— 28 a 6 e 25 a 7 /— 28 o 10 cU 80 a 
7/— 1 m 10 c— 2 m 11 c— 5 »i 14 /— 6 m 10 d 
—7 m 7/— 8 »i 11 6—9 w 7/— 11 m 8 a— 15 m 
7 rf— 16 m 18 rf— 18 m 8 c— 20 wi 11 6-21 m 9 
C-.22 m 11 6—23 m 6 c— 26 m 6 6—27 tn 6 c— 
28 m 6 a— 29 ni 6 d—bO m 6 rf— 2 j 11 c— 4 ; 6 
e-6i 10 d—Sj 8 c— 9 y 12 rf— 10 ; 10 c— 11 j 
7 «- 13 ;■ 10 rf— 15 j 8 c— 17> 10 /— 18y 7 rf— 
19 y 10 c— 20i 10 /— 24y 9 6 -26 i 7 6—27; 
11 li 

— Waterford and Central Ireland, \jSe 

— — Waterloo Railway Station, Extended Pow- 
ers, 2Hal0d 

West Flanders, 27 a 6 d— 5 m 14/ 

Cork. 4 I 6 flf 



Railways (continued). 

Whitby, Redcar, &c., 4 a 6/— 15 m 7 c 

Worcester, Bromyard and XiCominster, € e 

4e— 5;/f 14/ 

Wye Valley, 9 w 7 c— 28 m 6 a 

lUi^ons, S.Hte of the Market in, 8 ; 11 i/ 
Raitt (Majjr) Freedom of Arbroath Presented 

to, 20 a 7 /* 

Rankcn (W. Bayne^ on Dwellings of the Poor, 
R a t) c 

Rate of Mortality in Great Towns, 24 n 10 f 

Read (— ; and the Labourers' Uniofi, 22 j^f 

Keel Gtievance—lnspector of Wcij;hu in St 

Pancras, 22 w 12 //— 23 m 6 / 

Property Assessments, 22 / 6/ 

Red River Insurrection, 2 a 5 a 

Redlurd ..George) on the Masterpieces of Peru- 

giio, 23m-</ 
Reed (^E. J.) on the Ashantee War, 14 a 12 rf 

on Our Iron ('lad Fleet, 23 a 10 c 

Reform C'iub und Home Rulers, 8 m 9/ 

RegL ill's Canal Conjpany, see Cakal 

Kci^ist ration of Voters, 22 / 7 ♦; 

Reliance Mutual Life Assurance Society. 29 a 

12a 

Religious Tract Sotiety. Annual Meeting, 7 n 

Remission of Taxation v. Redaction of Debt, 13 
CI 10 cr- 14 o 5 rf— 15 a 7/— 16 a 12 e 

Retaliation of Nature — Mrs. Stowe and her Black 
Oranges, 15 a 10/ 

Return of the Biids. 80 m 7 /" 

Revenue, Notes on the Surplus, 3 a 6 6 

Official Return of, 1 a 7 6 

Weekly Return, 29 / 8 a 

REVIEWS :- 

Alford, Dean, Life, Journals and Letteii 

of, by his Widow, 3 a 3 a 

Annual of the lioyal School of Naral Ar- 
chitecture, i^c, 10 a 4 /* 

Bardsley, C. W., Our English Sumaffles, 

Ha id 

Notes about, 18 a 5 e 



— Bellairs, K. F., Analysis of American and 
Canadian Securities, ij S a 

— Besaut, Walter, French Humourists of the 
Twelfth to the Nineteenth Century, 1 j 6 i 

Brandt, Fred. Games, Gaming and Game- 



sters' Law, 26 m 4 d 

— Colvar, H. A. de, Law of Guarantees, 4y 
6a 

— Comte Simeon. Horace. Traduction en Ven, 
18a6<$ 

— Dasent, G. Webbe, Half a Life, 11 a 6 a 

— Dovi's Parliamentary Companion, 13 a 12 6 

— Duncan, Capt. F., History of the Royal 
Regiment of Artillery, 4 a 4 a 

— KUenborough, Lord, History of the Indian 
Administration of, by Lord Colchester, 9jba 
Notes about, 11 ; 10 6 

— Estell & Co's. Commercial Lists, 26> 7 d 

— Farrar, Dr. F. W., Life of Christ, 22 > 6 rf 
Notes about, 23 ; 5 c 



— Forsyth, T. D., from Lahore to Yarkund. 9 
aid 

— Froude, J. A., English in Irehind in tha 



1A « 



Jane 30, 1874.] palmisr's index to " the times '* newspaper. 



Boy 



BevirwB {continued). 

Finances of Egypt, 13 w 10 a 

Gorse, J. D., Yarn CHlculations, 476 a 

Guizot, M., ru istoire de France, 4 m 4 c 

HamilioH, Lu Gen. Sir F. W., Grenadier 

Guards. 19/6 o— 3«>> 10 a 
Hellwald, Fred. Von., Russians in Central 

Asia, 27 wi 10 a— 28 /w G/ 
Ht'iiderson and Hume, from Lahore to 

Yarkund, H a A d 

HoIIIngsliead, John, Miscellaneous Works 

. of, 24 ; 6 (i 
Homer's Reply of Acholics, Translated by 

the lit. lion. \V. E. Gladstone. 5 to e 

Hugo. Victor, Quatre-Vingt-Treize, 26 mi a 

— Ivun de Hiron, 29 wi 7 a 

KiT, David, on the Road to Khiva, 27 m 10 

a— 2« w 6/ 
Lockyer, J. N., Contributions to Solar Phj- 

8ic«. 10 a 4 </ 
' Merirale, Dean, Summary of Proceedings 

at the Bissex-centenary Festival of St. Ethel- 

dre a, 14 a 12 e 
• — Minto. Earl of, Life and Letters of, by his 

Great Niece, 2 a 4 rf 
Nightingale, Florence, Life or Death in 

India, 29 w 4 d—2jl\ e 

Notes about, 4/8 c—5j 5 d—SJ 12/ 

Osborn, Rear Adm. Sherard, of the Im- 
pressment of British Seamen, 20 a 6 d 
• Parker, J. 11., Archeology of Rome, 21 m 

6(f 

— Notes about, 30 m 1 1 e 

Russian Folk-Tales, by W. R. S. Ralston, 7 

aSs 

Saturday Half-Holyday Guide, 21 w 9 </ 

• — Schlirmann, Dr. H., Trojan Antiquities, 3 

aj a 

Schultz's Unirer-al Dollar Tables, 4 ; 6 a 

- — Souih by West, Edited by Canon Kingsley, 

30m7 a 
' — Stanley, H. M., Coomassie and Magdala, 

25 a 12 d 

'TroUope, Anthony, Lady Anna, 24/ 5 a 

Whit worth, Sir Joseph, Guns and Steel, 18 

mSd 

Year Books of Edward I., Translated, &c. 

by Horwood, 8 a 4 rf 

Reynolds (Osborae) on the Accident near Staf- 
ford, 19 m 14 c 

Rhododendrons in Russell Square, 1/7 6— 8 j 12 d 

Hice, State of the Market, 1 a 7 «— 2 aSd^Sa 
6c~9 a 6 a— 10 a 7 A— 11 a 7 6—16 a 7/— 17 
a 10 6- 18 a 10 rf— 22 a 7 c— 23 a 6 rf— 24 a 7 
c— 25 a 7 y— 80 a 7 rf— 1 m 10 b—2 m 1 1 6—6 
w 10 a— 7 m 7 c— 8 m 11 c— 9 m 7 e— 13 rn 10 b 
—14 m 7/— 15 m 7 6—16 m 10 c— 20 m 11 c— 
22 m 11 6—28 m C rf— 28 n 6 rf— 29 to 6 6—30 
» 6 c— 8i 11 rf— 6 j 11 6— 6 / 10 «— 10 / 10 c— 
U j 7 6— 12> 10 6— 13y 10 6—17 / 10 rf— 19 / 
10 c— 20y 10 f— 24/ 9 rf— ?5 i 7 c— 27/ 1 1 6 

Richardson (Edward) on the Lock-out of the 
Agricultural Labourers, 8 a 8 6 

Richmond Cemetery. 2 a 10 c— 8 « 10 « &/— 7 a 
(i~8 a 10 c— 18 a 13 rf— 16 o 11 rf 

Ridgway (Ja^.) on Popular Education in Egypt, 



Aigg ( Jas. H.) on Compulsory Education in New 

York, 3/ 7/ 
IMo Grande do Sul Steamship Company, 18 m 

10 a — 15 TO 7 c 
Rio Janeiro —Civil Marriage Bill Rejected, 19 

/ 5 6 

Electoral Reform Voted, 19; 5 6 

River Steamers, Doubling the Rate of Passage, 

3 a II c 
Riviere (Briton) on the « Roll Call," 20 m 7 f 
liobbers. Band of, at Damascus, Seizure of, 11 

m9rf 

Den of, at Flsass, 1 1 to 1 4 e 

Roberts (Rev. C. E. T.) on the Agricultural 

Labourers Lock-out, 15 a 12 c 
Robertson (Rev. J. C.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 

14 TO 10 e 
Robinson (J. C.) on Mr. Barker's Collection of 

Art, 9j 7 e 

on the National Gallery Purchases, 17 / 



12 c 



on the Pictures of Piero della Fanceaca, 



15il2rf— 24i 18 f 

(Robt. Spencer) on the Navy, 11 m 7 e 



Rochefort (Henri) Movements of, 2 ; 6 a — 9 / 6 

e— 8 y 7 a 
— Arrival of, at Queenstown, 17 j 7 e 

Banquet in London to, Postponed, 23/ 12 6 

in Dublin, 18 ; 10 e 

" Interviewed " at New York, 16/ 5 6 

Narrative of the Escape of, 10/ 12 rf 

Notices about, 13 ; 11 a— 20 / 6 e— 26 / 

11 a 
Rochester Cathedral Restoration, 10/ 12 6 
Roebuck (— ) on the Working Men, at Sheffield, 

10 a 5 / 

Deputation of Orangemen to, 13 a 6/ 

Rogers ( Wm.)on the Public Worship Regulation 

Bill, 4 J 5 « 

(G. A.) on Coggia's Comet, 16/ 14 a 

Rome, see Italy. 

Roses nil the Year Round, 13 a 12 rf 

Rothschild, Mdlle. de, Passes Examination aa a 

Governess, 1 to 8 a 
Roumania, Diplomatic News, 3 a 6 a — 18 a 6 a 

-22)6 b 

Finances, 1 o 6 6 — 11/ 6 6 

Loan, 10 / 6 6 

Miscellaneous News, 25 a 12 6 — 8 m 12 6 — 

27 TO 6 a— 2/6 6 
Railway Convention with Hungary, 8 / 7 a 

—10 j5b 

Servia and Germany, 11 / 6 a 



Roundell (C. S.) on the Licensing Act Amend- 
ment Bill, 5 m 6 a 
Royal Academy Exhibition, 2 m 12 a — 5 m II f 
—26 TO 6 a— 27 w 7 rf— 28 m 6 c 

Anpiversary Banquet, 4 w 8 c 

- Notes about, 7 to 5 rf— 1 1 m 9 c 

Recommendation for a Rail to Protect 

the Paintings, 25 to 10 6 

Zoological View of, 18 m 18 6 



of Music, 21 a 9/— 28 a 12 / 



— Agricultural Benevolent Institution, Anni* 

versary Festival, 1 1 ; 12 rf 

Society of England, 7 a 10 rf— 18 m 7 c— 



Eoy 



FALMeU^S INDEX TO " THE TIMF^ " KEWSPAPER. 



[April I to 



Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Science^. I a 7 / 

— 3a9/— li»12e 
Amateur Orchestral Concert, 9 a 5 d — 

13 a 7y— 25m 7/ 
■ Organ Performance, 6 o 6 6 

the Siah Posh Kafir at, 23 j 7/ 



— Botanic Society', Meetings, 13 a 12 e— 11 m 
lly-15.;8/ 

Spring Flower Show, 23 a 10 6 

Summer Fetes, 21 m b e— 11 ; 12 6—25 



J^l 



Caledonian Asylum, Anniyersary Dinner, 

17i6y 
Fancy Dress Ball for the Benefit of, 30 



Cambridge Asylum for Soldiers' Widows, 
Festival Postponed, 8 m 10 d 
— Commission on Shipping, IHJ 12 d 

Counties Agricultural Society Show, see 



Berks. 

— ' Dramatic College, Annual Meeting, 28 m 7 e 
— Dublin Society's Cattle Show, 23 a 9 / 
Exchange Shipping Company, 16^ 12 a 



— F*ree Hospital, Anuual Festival, 13 m 12 a 

Donations, 16 ; 7 c 

General Theatrical Fund, 2 a 10 6—10 / 5« 

Geographical Society, Conversazione, 5 j 

10/ 

Award of the Competed for Medals, 2 m 



liyL_23;12a 

Lectures, i j 10 d 



— Horticultural Society and the Tuscan So- 
ciety, 21m 12 d ■ 

— Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, 2 a 6 e 
— 7 m 8 6—29 m 10/ 

for Incurables, 27 f 1 1 b 



— Household, Appointments, 22 a 8 a — 9 m 7 
A— 27 m 8 6—1 j 11 e— 2 ; 6 «— 18 ; 7/ 

— Humane Society, Awards, 23 a 10 6 — 21 m 
13/-— 4^6 a— 26 jf 12 d 

Centenary Dinner, 4 m 7 « 



— Institute of British Architects, Award of 
the Gold Medal, 17^ 7 d 

Annual Dinner, 20 / 5 e 

— Institution, Meetings, 6 m 12 d 
Literary Fund, Anniversary Dinner, 7 m 



12 d 



— Mail Steam Company, 16 a 7 6—27 a 8 o— 
30a 7s 

— Medical College, liadf 
— Benevolent College, Festival, 23 a 12 c— 



24 a 12 c 

— National Hospital for Consumption, 30 a 5 

5 /"— 20 m 9/ 

Life- Boat Institution, 3 a 6 e — 9 mile 



— 8il3/- 

— Naval School, New Cross, Atnual Meeting, ) 
29 m 7 « I 

— Normal Blind College Give a Concert at / 
Stafford House, 23 cr 5 6 

College and Academy of Music for the 



Blind, Meeting at the Mansion House, 24 j 12 
d— 2oill/ 

— Seamen and Marine's Orphan Schools, the 
Duke of Edinburgh Lays the Foundation Stone 
of, 21« 10^ 



Boval Society. List of Candidates for Fellov% I 

m 12 6 

of Musicians. Annual Festival, 2S o Bi 

for Prevention of Cruelty to Aninuis, 

International Jubilee Meeting, 23 j 11/ 

for Protection of Life from Fire, AdouI 



Meeting, I7jl2c 
— South Loudou Ophthalmic Hospital, 12 / 3 1 
Tombs in France, 5 m 14/ 



Rugby School, 2 m 7/ 

Dr. Jex-Blake*s Rise in the School Chsifcs. 

27 m 12 6 

Scholarships, 26 / 12 e 

Speech Day at. 22 j 12 e 

Rum, State of the Market, 1 a 7 e— 9 a 6 s— 16 

a 7 6—16 a 7 /*- 17 a 10 6—23 a 6 rf— 24 aU 

—25 a 7/— 2 m 11 6— 7 m7 c— 8 m 11 c-21« 

9 6—28 m 6 d— 12/ 10 6 
Rumsey (Jam3s) on Magdalen Hall, 1$ mli 
Run Over, Official Return of, 24 a 12 6 
Ruskin (J.) on Public Lectures. 6j 5 d 

and the Oxford Undergraduates, 21 ■ 13/ 

Russell (Earl; on the Washington Treaty, 6 • 

Notes about, 9 m 10 e 

the German Press on, 14 m 5 a 

the Paris Press on, 9 m 12 c — 14 ai 5 e 

BUSSIA :— 

Address of the Elders of the Tribet of 

Krasnovodsk to General Lamakine, 20 j 5 « 

Agriculture, 20/ 10 6 

Arrest of the Grand Duke Nicholas, 15 * 7 

/— 26 til 8 a— 13/ 10 6 
in Central Asia, 3 a 5 <r— 9 a 5 a— 17; 5 • 

—18/ 6 a 

Church and State in, 4 a 5 a 

Conference on Agriculture &c, 13; 6 * 

Court Circular, 8 a 5 a — 1 / 7 a— 4 / 6 «- 

29i7 6 

Diplomatic News, 19 m 7 a — 15 job 

the Czar at Amsterdam, 13 m 5 a 

at Darmstadt, 16)76 

at Ems, 23 w 7 6—2/ 6 a— 20 ioa 

in England, see Court Cisculab 



— the Golos on the Visit of the Czar to Eng- 
land, 12 m 12 a 

— *- at Stuttgardt, 11 m 7 6 

— English Missionary in, 29 a 6 </ 

— Mnance, 8/7fl 

— Geological Society, 24 a 12 r 

— the Granhdanine %n Lord Rad8tock,29« 
\d 

— Movements of the Czar on hia Jooniey, the 
Press Prohibited from Publishing, 18 ■ 7 «" 
495a 

— New Steam Tacht for the Cesarevitch, 1^ 



m 14 s 

— Projected Royal Marriage, 7 « 12 < 

— Lord Radstock in St. Petersburg. 1 1 « ?? * 

— and Re-Cuns' ruction of Sebastopol, 4;a« 

— Representative Institutions in, 16/ ^ * . . 

— Return Journey of the Czar, 23 « 5 «— * J 
6 a— 3 ; 1-' a 

— the St, Petenburgh Gazette on the C»n 
Reception, 1 / 7 a 

— State of the Neva, 21 a 12 a 



June 30, 1S74.] palmer's index to " the times " newspaper. 



Sch 



BoMift (continued). 

in Turkestan, 30 m 5 a 

Visit of the Czar to England, U a 9/— 24 

a 12 fr— 26 a 9^—12 m 12 o 

Warning to Absentees* 19 m 7 a 

Takoob Bey Arming Against. 30 ;' 5 6 

*— Younger Brother of the Khan of Khiva 

Admitted into the Army of, 23 a 5 a 
Rassian Campaign Agamst Khiva, Capt. Trench's 

Lecture on, 27 a 6 « 
(hapel in Welbeck Street, Duke and 

Duchess of Edinburgh at, 30 a o d 
— Navy, New Harbour for, at Nicolaieff, 2 j 

10 Q 

Butland (Lord) on Fann Labourers I^ck Out, 

Idm 12 6— 19 i 5 d 
Rje(.».ariA V.) on Her Home, ly 13/ 

S. 
Sacred Harmonic Society, 27 a 12 b 
Saddler's Company, Banquet at, 24 a 10 f 
Safety Pavements. 30 a 5 e 
Sa£aower, State of the Market, 23 a 8 </— 25 a 7 

/—I M 104—20; 10 c— 27j' 11 6 
Sago, State of the Market, 2 a 6 </— 16 a 7 /*— 30 

a 7 (/— 7 m 7 c— 14 m 7/— 21 m 9 6— 5 J 1 1 b— 

nj7b 

Sail Cloth, Tenders for, A a 5a 
Sailors Home, Annual Meeting, 30 m 10/ 
Salamanca Tapestries, 15 o 11 e — 16 a \0 d 
S»le of Liquors on Sunday Bill, 24 a 12 </— 12 m 

12 f 
Salisbury Cathedral, 11^7/ 
• — '(Lord) Entertainment to the Prince and 

Princess of Wales at Hatfield House, 27jbc 

' OfBcial Dinner, 11 m 7 « 

Salmon. Sale of, at Billingsgate, 1 ^ 1 1 e 
Salt a Cure for Hydrophobia, 16 m 11 /* 
Saltpetre, State of the Market 1 a 7 e — 9 n 6 a 

—18 a 10 <y— 1 m 10 6—6 m 10 a— 8 m 11 c -9 

w 7e— 13 m 10 6—21 m 96—17 j lOrf— 19>10 

c— 24> 9 d— 25y 7 c— 26^ 7 «— 27^ 1 1 6 
Samana Bay Company, 1 m 4 d 
Samaritans, Notes about, 3 a 10 /* 
Samuelson (B,) on the Shipvrrights Strike, 10 ?' 

5d 
San Francisco, Henri Rochefort at, 23 m 5 a 

Murders in, 2 j i d 

<San Jose Outrage, see Guatemala 
"San Juan Island, Surveying of, 28 m 10 </ 
Sandford (H.) on the Factory Act, 29 i 8 e 
Sandhurst (Lord) on Campbcll-Bannerman's 

Speech on his Case, 28 m 5 d 
- — • and Army Reform, 3y 16 « 

on the Indian Councils Bill, 20 / 5 / 

Sanitary and Educational Exhibition, 15^8 6 

Work in the City of Tondon, 2j 4 e 

Sarator Water Works Company, 23 a 6 a 
Saunders (Dr. Sedgirick) Appointed Medical 

Officer of Health to the City, 10 ; 10 a— 10 ; 

11 c 
Savage Suigery, 11 a 6 6 
Savings Banks Deposits, 22 j 9/ 

and Friendly Societies, 10 a 11 d 

Saving Life at Sea, 2a9f 

Saxony, Kinff of, at Eras, 6;6rt— 10/6a 



St. Andrews (Bp.) Retirement of, 20a9h 
Home and Club for Workir.g Boys, Annual 

Meeting 28 m 10 d 

University, Capping of Graduates, 25 a 8 a 

Degrees, Honorary Conferred, 25 a 8 a 

St. Davids (Bp.) Contemplated Retirement of, 

19 m 11 e 
S\ Domingo, the Americans in, 15 m 7 o 
St. George's Chapel, Hours of Service, 28 a 9 /* 

Hospital, 1 '» 10./— 2 m 5 d 

Closing for Repa'W, 5 m 11/— 8 m 12 6 

—14 mile 

Out Patients, Notes about, 27 a 14 c 



St. Giles* Cathedral, Edinburgh, Restoration, 23 

m 10 e 
St. Helena, Notes about, 22 m 4/ 
St. James and St. Giles. 15 ; 12/— 17i 5 f 
St. Mark's Victoria Park, Clock and Bells for. 

Presented by the Quee i, 11 a 8 6—22 m 12 c 

23; lOrf 
St. ?fary*s Hospital, Paddlngton, Annual Meet- 
ing, 24 i 11 « 
St. Michael and St. George, Appointments to 

the Order of, 4 a 5/— 30 a 9/— 9 m 7 6—30 m 

7/-1 ; 12 d 
St. Pancras, Act Relating to Inspectors of 

Measures a Real Grievance, 22 a 11 6 — 23 m 

6/ 
Election of Guardians, 11 a 5 6 — 13 a 9 cf 

Old Burial Ground, 28 m 5/— 177 10 d— 

22/0/ 

Workhouse, Infant Mortality in, 19 i 11 « 

St. Patrick, New Knight, 13 a 8 « 

the Vacant Riband Conferred onLonl Lon- 
donderry, 24 « 9y 

St. Paul's Cathedral, Decoration of, 28 m 12 a — 
18j7c 

the Judges at, 20 a 7/— 26 m 13/ 

Lenton Service at, 1 a 10 </ 

Notes on the Restoration, 15 7 10 a — 17 / 

7/— 18i 11/— 19 j 6 c— 26J 126—26; 10 e— 
27yil« 

Notice on the Removal of Capt. Cooke's 



Monument in, 27 m 9 e 

Preachers for Easter, 2 a 9 e — 1 j7/ 

for May, 30 a 10 <f 

forJuly, 29j7/ 



Protest Against the System of Restora- 
tion, 15 ^' 10 a 

School, Speech Day, 26; 7/ 

St. Sepulchre's, Snow Hill, Restoration, 4 m 6 /* 

St. Thomas's Hospital, Distribution of Books 
and Toys at, from the Duchess ol Edlsburgh, 
19 j 9/ 

Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh at, 12 / 

Sciufe (Reginald) on Leicester Square, 4 aSd 
Scarlett (Leopold) on the Overturning of his 

Brougham, 25 m 8 / 
Schiff (Professor) at Florence, 3 a 4 « 
Schliemann (Dr.) and the Greek Government, 6 

a 3 c— 18 a 5 c— 2 m 6/— 2y 7 / 

New Discoveries in Troy, 27 m 7 c 

School for Daughters of Officers of the Army, 5 

wl4/ 
of Art Needlework, 7 m 12 «~20 »/ P /* 



Scb 



PALMKU'S INDEX TO '* THE TIMK8 " NEWSrAPER. 



[ AprU 1 to 



Portsmouth, Duke of Edinburgh Lays the 

Stfone. 17 a 12 c 
Scientific Instruction, Royal Commission Meet- 
ing on, 6 w 1 1 /—1 4 w 1 1 a 
Sclatcr (P. L.) Indian Natural History Collec- 

tioni, 13 m 10 e 
Scotch General Assemblies, Meeting, 22 m lOrf— 

23 m 10 6—25 m 9 rf— 26 »i 7 f—27 m 10 «— 

18 wi 7 /— 29 m 10 e— 30 m 10 rf— 1 / 8 d-^Jb 

e— 3; 7/— 3>9/ 
Free Church Assembly, Meeting of, 28 m 

10 6— 2(j TO 10y~28 w 7y~30 w 10 d— 1 /8 c/ 

— 27 6« 
— Peerages Extinct, Return of, 30 c 9/ 
and Irish Peerages, 3 a 5 «— 6 a 8 r — 7 a 6 

6—8 a 6 rf— 13 a 7/— 20 a 7 c— 16 > 14 6—29 

n/ 

Scotland, Drought in, CO ; 5 f 

English Synod of the Church of, 7 m 12 6 

North of, 30 i« 11 / 

Patronage in the Church of, 6 w 5 ' — 27 m 

7 c— I ;■ 7y— 2 ; 10 e—Aj 10 d—6 j 5 e— 9 ; 12 

^-19ilOf— 23;8b 

Conference at Glasgow about, Sj 5 a 

^— Meetings about, lOy 6 a 

Statistical Keturn of Landowners in, 29 a 

6e 
Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society, 11 m 

8a 
Australian Investment Company, 8 m 11 a 

—18 m 8 c 

■ Mining Company, 80 a 7 a 
Episcopal Church Congress, Meetings, 20 

m 5 /»— 22 m 10 e 
— — Equitable Life Assurance Society, 80 j 

116 

Provident Institution, BO a 7 b 

Provincial Assurance Company, 29 a 12 a 

^— Widows Fund and Life Assurance Society, 

23m6a 
Seamen, Medical Inspection of, 8 j 9 6 
Sean;on*s Savings Bank. Return, 15 m 6 « 
Secret of the Sea— the Ship Jane, 27 a 11 f 
Selborne (Lord) on .the PubUc WorsWp Bill, 19 

Sensational— a Life and a Suicide, 19 ir 7/ 

Serpentine, Trout for, 23 »; 5 e 

Servia, Court News, 27 « 7 6—28 a 12 a— 19 m 

7 a— 16; 7 6 

Miscellaneous News, 8 ? 7 a — 16 i 7 a 

and the Pope, 80 a 6 a 

the Prince and his Journey, 6 m 5 e— 15 m 

6 a 
Sevres, Chelsea and Bristol Porcelain, Price Sale 

of a Colleetion of, 13 7 5 6 
Sewage and Metropolitan Board of Works, 24 a 

12 c 

Question, 23 m 10/ 

of Thames Valley, 1 / 9 c 

of Towns, 30 m 1 1 / 

Trial at Crossness, 27 a 12 6 

Sewers, City Commission of, Meetings, 29 a 12 e 

—27 m 6 «— 24 ; 9 c— CS^ 7 a— 27 j 1 1 a 
Shaftesbury (Lord) and the Factory Act, Notes 

about, 1 fl 7 /*— 3 « 10 r 
and the Factory Opcratirea, 30 a 9/ 



Shakespearian Drawings, Price Sale List of Mr. 

Tyrrell's Collection, 30 m 6 c 
Tableau at Cromwell House for Charitiea, 

23 a 7 o 
Shrtlaby ( Yacoub) on the Samaritans, 3 a 10/ 
Share Investment Trust, 16 a 7 « 
Shaw (James) on the English Consul at Csiro, ( 

m 5 e 
(Thos. Geo.) on the Frosts on the ContineDt, 

12 711 13 a 

Sheffield, New Roman Catholic Chapel for, 25 ■ 

8c 
Opening of the First Public Park in,5« 

13 6 

Shellac, State of the Market, 3 a 6 c— 1 1 a 7 ^ 

2H a 6 </— 1 m 10 6—2 m 1 1 6—9 m 7 e-lS« 

10 6—20 m 11 f— 30 m 6 c— 13> 10 6— 20> 16 

c— 24i9d— 27/ 11 6 
Shelburne (Earl of) Materials for the Life of, 16 

m 0/ 
Sheridan (H. B.) Dudley Election Petition, 6 a 

12/ 
Sheriffs, Election of, 25/ 10 / 
Ship Hotel, Charing Cross, Sale of, 10/10^ 
SHIP NEWS :— 

8 a 9 /"— 17 a 9/— 25 a 12 6—28 a U e 

Accident to the Wanloong, at Uong-KoQg. ^ 

a 6/ 

Ohio, 8 o 9/ 

Cholffea, near Vingoria, 18 a 5 c 

Apprehended Wrecks, Am S f 

Atlantic Storms, 2 a 8 6 

Basscmer Saloon Steamer, 22 ; 12 « 

Break up of the Quebec Ice Bridge sad 

Damage to Vessels, 9 J 7 a 
Bureau Veritas, Monthly Statement, Us 

7 c— IO1 10 a 

Collision of the Arethusa and the Ctn^tkn, 



I m 12d— 20wi iOd 

of the Deccan and the Prince Rvportj 23 



a lOe 



of the Jemina and the Alert, near Hirt- 

Icpool, 21 a 12 c 

of the Knra and the Bekera, 22 j 7 i 

of the Piover with a Boat at Westminiter 



Bridge, 30 a 5 rf 

of the Seville with an Unknown Vessd 



Sunk at Sea, 24 a 7/ 

of the W, A, Schalten and the GoUttekr, 



21 w 7a 
Destruction of the Columbia, by Fire^ » 

Hong-Kong Harbour, 1 a 6/' 
of the Linda, at Sea, by Fire, 9 « 12 rf- 

25 m 8 /— 8> 7/ 

of the Mows foot, by Fire, at Sta, IS* 5/ 

Disabled Vessels, 15 a 1 1 « 

Disasters at Sea, 4 m 10 6—26 a 12 f 

the Ethiopia, State of, 23 ?» 10 a 

Fastest Steamer in the World, 21 « lOi 

Fire Smacks Ashore on the Dutch Cotst,9 

m7 c 

the France, Official Inspection of, 20 a 9/ 



—21 a 12 c 

— Gold Coast, Extra Packets for, 5 « 13 c 

— Lighthouse on the Corbiere Hock, 4/ 5/ 

— Loss, Supposed, of the Liberia, 12 « I*' 



June 80, 1874.] paluer's ikdex to "the TjMks " keaispafer. 



Spa 



Ship News (continued), 

Shipping Intelligence, in every days paper. 

Ships Aground, 26 i» e 

the Pamoj near Flores Island, Oj 7 o 

Signalling at Sea, 1 a 7 d— 2 a 7 e — 4 a 7 • 

—6aSe 
Stranding of the Kron /* ttur, at Bristol, 3 

a 7/— 6 a 10 rf— 23 a 9 6—22 « 12 c 
Suffering at Sea of the Crew &c. of the 

Amaita, 17 a 10 e 

Torres Straits, Lighting of, 29 a 12 a 

Wreckage Picked up, 20 m 9/ 

see also Wrecks. 

8hipwrecktrd Mariners* Society, Annual Meet- 
ing, 23 m 10 d 

Awards for Saving Life, 3 a 6 c 

Shrievahy, 29 w 1 1 Z' 
Sicily, State of, 8 a 4/ 

Brigandfl »o in, 13 a 9 6 

-; — and the Italian Tobacco Duty, 7 a 3 a 

SignaUing at Sea. see Ship News. 

Silk, Aries & Cu's CircuUr, 8 a 7 a— 12 tti 13 a 

-9;12t/ 
Trade, Hours of Labour, Notes about, 18 j 

7«— 20/5/ 
Simmons ^T. F.; on Reform of Convocation, 26 

;10« 
Simpson (R. J.) on Dwellmgs for the Poor, 10 a 

6 d 
Sin of Inaccuracy, 13^9/ 
Singular Action for Imprisonment, 13 m 7/ 
Sion Cwllege, Election of Officers, 1 w 9/ 
Skrene Ironwor!;s Company, 25 m 8 a 
SlaTe Ship, Capture of at Madagascar, ij 5 c 
Trade of Kast Africa, 16 a 7 d—S m 12 A 

— II w 11«!— 18 w9rf— I6»i9/— 20 mlOc " 

^ — • Meeting at the Mansion House about, 6 
)7 d 

at Stafford House about, 13 m 12 of— 

15 m 12 o 
Smirke (^Sydney) on Northumberland House, 10 

Smith (Professor Gold win) on Co-Operation, 6 a 

lUd 

(11. H. and R. I.) on the Alabama and 

Chattanooga Bonds, 2/ 1 1 a 
Smollett (P. A.) on the Dissolution, 28 a 7 rf 
Smyth (P. J.) on Home Rule, 27 a 9 r 
Social Science Association, Annual JSIeeting, 7 

Sotiety of Arts, Annual Meeting. 26 / 9 /* 

• Albert Gold Medal, Award, \\ m'lO h 

for Encouragement of the Fine Arts, 2 ) ;« 7« 

of Engineers, Inter-SessionsilTrip, 22 i Vid 

of French Artists, Exhibition, 27 a 14 6 

- — of Friends of Foreigners in Distress, 16 a 
10 rf 

for Improving the Condition of the Labour- 
ing CUsses, 2iyj 12 (/ 

for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animab, 

26./ 10 / 

for Propagation of the Gospel, Meeting at 

Guildford, 24 a 10 / 

• Annual Meeting at Willis'?, 29 a 12/ 

for the Suppression of Mendicity, Annual 



Solar Eclipse, 23 m 12 o— 28 m 8 c 

Soldier's Home, 6 aS f 

Solicitors* Benevolent Association, 18/ 10 c 

Sons of the Clergy, 220th Anniversary, 21 m 12e 

Meeting of the Corporation, 22 j 12 a 

South Australian Company, 19 j 10 a 

Carolina Rice Plantations Trust, 18 a 10 a 

—25 m 8 a 
Eastern Railway Company's Provident 

Savings Bank, 30ji' 11 c 

Kensington Museum, Admissions, 3 a 4 « 

Appointments, 20/ 8 h 

on Easter Monday, 7 a 10 c 



Sovereign Life Office, 7 in 7 c 
SPAIN :— 

Abanto, Krupp Cannons Advancing on, I a 



5a 



Bombardment of, 6 a 8 a 



Alcora, Defeat of the (Tarlists at, 19 / 5 a 
Son of Don Henry de Bourbon Killed at, 



19; 5 a 

— Appointments, 25 a 12 a — 19 m 7 o 

— Army of the Republic, Available Force of, 
20/ 5 a 

Barcelona, Rejoicings at on the Relief of 



Bilbao, 7 m 5 a 

Carlists Enter and Carry away Hostages, 



11/5 a 

General Salamanca's Despatch, 5/5 a 



— Battles of Somorrostro, 1 a 12 a — 2 a 9 J — 
7 a 8 a — 21 a 10 c — 1 m 11 a — 2 m 5 a — 5 m 



12 a 



at Gandesa, 22/7 a 

at Muro and Death of Marshal Concha, 



80; 5 a 

of Prats de Llusanes, 16 m 5 a 

Carlists Account, 2b m 7 b 



— Bellinunt, Capture of, and Elxactions from 
by the Carlists, 25 /5a 

— Bilbao, Siege of, 2 a 6 a— 11 a 9/— 22 a 6 
a — 23 a 5 a — 5 m 14 a — 27 m 5 a 

Carlist Retreat from, 21 m 12 a 

Entry of Marshals Concha and Serrano, 



4 m 7 a — 5 m 14 a — 6 m 5 c — 15 w 10 a 

Fighting Round, 5 w 12 a — 6 m 6 c 

Fund for the Sick and Wounded Before, 



5m9d 

Note on the English in, 4 m 9/ 

Relief of, 4 ;n 7 a^G m 5 a — 8 m 12 a — 9 



m 10 n— 11 m 14 a— 13 m 8 o 

Re-Opening of the Port of, 8 m 12 a 



— Budget, 20/ 5 a— 29 / 7 5—30/ 5 a 

— Carlist War in Biscay, 1 o 5 a — 1 a 12 a — 
2 a 5 a — 3 a 5 a — 4 a 5 a — 6 a 3 a — 6 a 8 e — 
7 a 3 a— 8 a 5 a— 9 a 5 a— 10 a 6 a — 10 a 8 a 

— 11 CI 5 a— 11 a 9/— 13 a 7 a & c— 15 a5 a 

— 16 a 10 rf— 18 a 5 a— 20 a 7 a— 20 a 9 c— 21 
a 12 a— 22 a 5 a— 22 a 12 a— 23 a 6 a— 24 a 
12 a— 25 a 11 d— 25 a 12 a— 27 a 7 o— 28 a 
10 a— 28 a 12 a— 29 a 7 a— 30 a 5 «r— 1 m 11 a 
— 6 m 5 a — 7 m 5 a — 9 m 12 a —11 m 5 a — 12 
m 12 rf— 12 m 14 a— 14 m 5 a— 14 m 12 a— 15 
m 5 a— 18 m 7 a— 19 m 7 a— 20 m 12 «— 25 m 
5 a — 25 m 7 a— 26 m o a— 27 m 5 a— 28 w 5 a 
—29 m 5 a— 30 w 5 q-2/ 5 6—8/ 10 a— 4/ 5 
a— 5 / 5 a— 8/ 7 a— 9 / 7 a— 10 /6 a— 13 / 6 
a— 13 / 5 a— 16 ; 7 n—XOj 7 a— 20 j 5 n— 22 



Spa 



rA.LUKil*6 INDEX TO '^ TIIE TIMES '' NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Spain {continued), 

j 7 a— 23i 5 a—nj 7 «— 25 j 5 (1—26 j 12 a 

—27 J* 5 a— 23 ; 7 a— 30./ 5 a 

Aid from France Given to. 22 J 12 a 

Appeal for the Sick and Wounded, 23 a 

10/ 

Campaigning with, 21 n 10 c 

-^— — in Catalonia, 4 « 5 a — 7 a 3 « — 8 o 5 a — 

13 a 7 fl— 14 a 5 a— IC a 5 a— 30 a 6 a— 4 mi 7 

a— 9 M 12 a— 12 m 14 a— 23 w 5 « 

Defeat of Don Alphonso, at Clielva, 29 j 



7 a 



— in Valem in, 7 m 12 a 

Defeats, 20 « 7 o— 1 1 ro 5 a— 22 m 6 a — 

1 j 7 A— 9 J 7 a— 18> 6 ci— 24./ 7 « 

General Elio Resigned the Command of, 



16 m 5 a 

ProclamatiOD, 16 m 5 « 



Important CircuUr Concerning Foreign- 
ers, 28 a 10 a 

with Marshal Concha, 87 14 a— 9 ; 14 a 



— 19y8&—23/6< 

Attack San Felice de Gnizols, IB J 5a 

Marshal Concha, Death of, 30 / 6 a 

Movements of, 13 / 6 a— 15 / 7 a — 10 a 

7 a— 24 J 7 a-24 7 7 r/— 25 / 5 a— 29 ; 7 a 

at Lorca, 29 j 7 a 

Reported Victory of, 13 m 8 />— 30 i 5 a 

his Successor, 30 / 6 a 

Retreats of, 2 /n 5 a 

and Marshal Serrano at Santander, 29 

a 7 a— 30 a b a — 1 m 11 a — 1 m 12 a — 2 m 5 a 

— 4 m 7 fl 

Military Representative in London, Note 



from, 7 a 8 e 

Several Women Shot by at San Sebas- 



tian, 22 m 5 a 

- Shoot an Old Man because his Son had 



Joined the Republicans, 21 j b a 

Two Mutinous Officers Shot, 13^ 6 a 



- Trains Stopped by. 27 w 5 a 
— War in Guipuzcoa, 1 / 7 a 
CarUgena, Stale of, 28 w 7/ 
Convicts, 2/6 h — 67 5 a 



— Church and State in, 8 a 5 a 

— Civil Governors, Decrees Accepting the 
Resignation of, 18 m 7 a 

— Concha (Marshal), 19 m 7 e 

— Consulate for Five Years, Proposed Crea- 
tion of, 25 y 5 a 

— Constitution, 1 1 m 5 a 

Council of Public Instruction for, 16 j 7 a 

— Court Circular, 20 y 5 a 

— Don Cariist— Arrival of the Wife of to 
Establish a li Dspital at Guipuzcoa for Wounded 
Carlists, Ibj 7 a 
Forms a Government, 21 a 12 a 

has Eighteen Officers Shot for Insubor- 



dination, IG i 7 a 

Pope Sends a Telegram to the Wife of. 



14a5o 

Proclamation, 8 ?a 12 a— 12 w 12 d 

Death of the Patriarch of the Indies, 11m 

* 6 a 

Diplomatic lutelligunce, 1 a 5 a — 1 6 m 5 a 

— 25 m 7 a— 28 m 5 a— 29 m 5 a— 1 j 5 a— 9 j 



\ 



Spain {continued), 

Estella, Battle at, 17 y 5 a 

Fete of St. Ibidore. 15,000 Excanioaist! 

Arrive at Madrid to Celebrate. 25 » 7 a 
Finances, 27 a 7 a— 3 / 10 a— 9 jla- Mj 

6 o—\5j 7 a— 18 i 5 a— 20 j 5 /i— 22; 7 a- 

27 J o a 
Foreign Bondholders and their Interest, IT 

j n a 

King, an Un]K>pular Idea., 6 / 5 a 



Gaudeea, Reported Defeat of the Repsb- 

licHns at, 17 j 5 A 

German Merchants. ludemnificatioD Fiii 

for Seizures at Cart"gena. 15 i 7 a 

llemani. Bombardment of, ojoa 

Horse flesh in Bilbao, Price of, 23 5 a 

Leiqueitio, Bombardment of, 6i 5 a 

— Letters Unstamped with Cariist Stsap 
Destroyed, 25 a 1 2 a 

Madrid, Triumphal Entry of Marsbsl Ser- 
rano into, 7 m 5 a— 8 m 12 a 

Marshal Serrano DeliTen a Speech at 

the Exhibition in, 23^ 5 a 

New Government, 15 m 5 a-«'20 ■ ISs 



Militarjr News, 10 o 5 <i 
Ministerial Crisis, 12 ^a 14 a— 20 mot 
New Ministry. 14 m 6 a — 16 m 5 a 



Mscellaneous News, 17 a 12 a— 9 m 12 «- 

PJlOa— 4i6a 
New Ministry, 16 m 5 a 

Manifesto of, 16 m 5 a 

— Newspapers Fined, 27 m 5 a 
Government Circular to, I / 7 ^ 



Pulan and Rosas, Defeat of the Oariittiit 

1 7 i 6 <i 

Pavia f General) Sketch of, 25 m 12 A 

and Portugal, 22 / 7 a 

Spanish Desertors in, to be Arrested, ^ 

— Preduabena. Fight at, IS a 6 a 

Rivera (Gen. Primo) Magnificent Rece^ 

tion to, 27 a 7 a 
— Salt Monopoly, 2job 
Santa Cruz, Acquittal of , 7 a 3 a— 9fl«« 

— 11 a5a 

Santandar, Operations in, 23 a 5 a 

Santona, State of, 22 «i 12 a 

Somorrostro, the Mail Stopped at, 21 » T« 

Throne of, Prussian Prince for, a FsWe. 1 



j 7 a — 6 ; 5 a 

I'rince Bismarck's Reality, bjoh 



— — the iJebats on, 5 ; 6 6 
Spanish Sick and Wounded Soldicn, ^^^ 

about, 15 a 10 d 
Sparkes (John) on English Fine Art Pottery, I 

Speaker's Dinner to the Prince and Princcu » 

Wales, 15 7 14 a 

Levees, 30 a 9/— 5 m 9 c 

Parliamentary Full-dress Dinner, 16 fl'C 

—23 a 5 ^— 4 m 11 /— 11 m 10 a— 14 m 12 s- 

21 »w 7/ 

Cirder on the OflELce of , 1 a 6 c 

Spearman (Sir Alex.) and hia Salary. KoW 

about, Zj\Od 
Spencer ( Earl) and his Labourers, 7 abd 



June 30, 1874.] palmer's indkx to " the times " NEwspxrER. 



Spo 



16 Q 7/— 23 a 6 </— 30 a 7 rf— 7 m 7 c--14 m 7 
/-21 m 9 6—28 m 6 «/— 11 > 7 6—12 y 10 /^ 
18 ;■ 7 a— 25 ; 7 c 

Spirits and Ale in Canada, Official Return, 5 / 

4« 
spirits, Ketnrn of the Consumption of, \d j i d 
^jwilt Stamps, Notes about, 2 c 10 c 
Sponges, Trade in, 6 a 3 c 
SPDBTING INTELLIGENCE: — 

— Annual Sailing Barge Match, 11' a 10 c— 
25 a 10 «— 23 m 12 a 

— Ascot Meeting, 15 j 12 «— 16 j 13 b— 22 j 
9a 

Ra4«s, 17> 12 a— 18 / 8 a— 20; 12 a 

Cup Day, 19; 12 « 

— AtlUetic Clubs— London, 13 a 14 a— 18 m 
\-6a 

Sports, Royal Civil Service, 1 ; 14 c 

■ lioyal Military Academy, 12; 10 « 

Auteuil Steeple Chases, 7 a 8/— 26 m 

(rrand International Steeple Chace at 

AuteuiL 26 m o c 

— Bath liiioes, i5 m 10 c 

anl Somerset County Races, 26 m 6/— 27 

w 7 e— 28 « 10 « 

— Cambridge May Races, 25 a 12/ 
^ — University Boat Club, 29 m 7 e 

■ and Oxford Bicyc e Match, 19 j 9/ 

'- Championship of the Thames, 16 « 10 /'— 

17 u lib 

— Chantelly Races, 26 m 6/— 30 m 7 e—\j 
14 o 

— Chester Races, 12 m 12 e— 13 m 5 d— 14 m 
10 «— 15 M 10 c— 16 m 7 e— 18 m 13 a 

— Cricket in Australia, 9 a 10 c 

- — - All Enghtnd Eleven r. Fourteen of Ox- 
ford, 19 M 13 c/— 20 M 7 e— 21 m 14 b 

■ Bar V, the Army, 12 ; IC «— 13 / 8 6 

■ • Cambridge University v, Surrey, 29 m 7 

«~30i»i7«— 1 ; 14 c 

— ■ V, Gentleiueo of England, 2/8 a—Sj 

12 c 

■— — Eton p. Harrow, 11 ; 10 a 

" the Freshman*s Match at Cambridge, 6 

ml/ 

'■ — at Oxford. 2 »i 5 Z' 

(Ijntlemeu of England v. Universities, 16 

;13c-17/12r 
of ths South V. Players of the South, 

2C>10 6-27; 11 « 
Gloceiiter v, Sussex, 12 / 10 «— 13 ; 8 6 

— • — Household Brigade r. AMhantee Division, 

a;i2</ 

— V. Aldershott, 1 1 j 1 <i 

Industrial S<»haol *• Eleven," 24 j7 d 

■^ — I Zingari i'. Household Brigade, 15 j 12 c 

•" V. Windsor Gnrrii«on, 22 / 9 c 

■ Marylcbone Club and Ground v. Cam- 

bridgu University, 22 m 12 «— 23 m 12 «— ^^ ; 
7y-24i.l2« ^ -^ 

p. Herefordshire. 19; 12 o— 20 ; 12 6 
0. North of England, 2/8 n— 3 /12 c 
V, County of Notts, 9j 14 />— 10 7 5/ 
r. Oxford University, 29 •« 7 ?— 30 w 7 
^-1 i U r— 267 10 ^—27 /lie 



I 



Sporting Intelligence {continued). 

Cricket, Marylebone Club and Ground v. 

West of England, 16; 13 6—17; 12 c 

Middlesex 1?. Oxford University, 19 y 12 c 

„. Surrey, 28; 7 /*— 24j 12 a 

V, Yorkshire. 29 m 7 «— 30 m 7 e 



North V. South, 26 m 6/— 27 m 7/—5j 

10 6— 6; 8A 

Oxford r. Cambridge, <50 8 a 

V, Gentlemen of England, 10 j 5/— 11 



;10a 



Surrey r. Cambridge University, 19^ 12 



c— 20; 12 6 

V, Gloccfltershire, 9 ; 14 6— lOy 6 / 



Yorkbhire v. Nottingham, 12 y 10 d—lSJ 

8c 

— Epsom Spring Meetings, 27 a 9 a— 28 a 10 

«— 80 a 10 c— 4 m 12 «— 28 m 9/ 

City and Suburban, 29 a 12 c 

Latest London Betting, 30 m 7 e — 1 j 



14 e 



Summer Meeting, 1 j 14 a — 2j 8 a — 8 j 



12 6—4.; 8 a— 5 j 10 a— 8 / 12 c 

Derby Dav, 4 ; 8 a 

Winner'of the Derby, 8^7 6 



Oaks Day, 6 ; 8 a 



Four in Hand Club, 28 w 9 /" 

Fox Club. 30 a 9 c— 11 m 11 e— 30y 6 b 

Golf, 11 a 10 c 7 m 12 6 

Grand Prix de Paris, 8; 12 c— 13; 8 6—16 

>7e— 16; 13 6 

Hampton Summer Races, 26 / 10/— 27 ; 

lie 

Henley Royal Regatta, 23^ 7 e- 25 j 10 d 



—26 ; 10 a 

— H. M. Staghounds, 7 a 10 d 

Koyal Hunt Banquet, 4 m 11, f-^ m 12 • 

— Hunting Appointments, 4 a 7 e — 11 a 10 c 
— - Hurlingham Polo Club, SjUd 

Kildare and Irish National Hunt Steeple- 



chases. 9 o 7 a — 10 a 7 e 

— Lisbon liaces, 29 / 7 6 

— Ixindon Swimming Club, 29 m 6 /* 

— Manchester liaces, 25 w 10 c 

— 1 ay Races at Oxford, 16 w 12 a— 23 m 12 a 

— Newmarket and Chester Late Meeting, 11 
}/i 12 a— 18 m 13 a 

Craven Meeting, 20 a 12^-21 a 10 rf— 

22 a 10 r/— 23 a 7 6—24 « 11 c— 25 a lOe— 27 
a 9a 



— Second Spring Meeting. 19 m 13 rf— 20 m 7 
</— 21 m 14 a— 22 m 12 a— 25 m 10 c 

— '— Spring Meeting, 4 w 12 e — 5 m 14 d — 6 w 
7 e— 7 m 12 a— 8 m 10 a 

— Northampton and Pytchley Hunt Races, 7 
a 8y— 8 a lOrf— 9a 7 a 

Paris and York Meetings, 13 a 4 a 



Nottingham and Northampton, 6 a 5 a 
the One ThouRand Guineas, 9 m 1 1 a 
Polo in Byzantium 12 / 4 e 

— at Lillie Bridge, 12; 10 e 

— Lords V. Commons, 24 / 12 a 
at Penenden Heath, 26^ 10 6 



— Huns Races, 8 a 10 e— 14 a 11 6 
—28 d 10 e— 6 m 14 <f— 12 m 12 e~ 
20 »i 7«— 13/8 6— 16/ 13 6 



21a 10 d 
16 m 7 /— 



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rALUCR*8 INDEX TO "THE TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 






Sporting Intelligence (continued). 

Prince of Roarers, 1 9 j 8 a 

Racqnet Matches at riielsca, 2 o 8 6 

Public Schools Challenge Cup, 6 a 6 h — 

8 a 10/-9 a 7 c—lO a 7 f 

lianwick Races at Sydney, 16 ; 6 /" 

Royal Buckhounds, Banquet at Willis's, 2 



III 10 f 

Windsor Sunomer Meeting, 22 / 7 e— 24 j 



12 «— 25 ;• 10 d 
— Sale of H. M. Yearlings at Hampton Court, 
15; 12 b 

the Middle Park yoarlinps, 20 j 14 c 

the Stud Com^janv's Yearlings, 22^9 6 



— Stockbridgc Races, 29 j 14 6 

— Suburban Races, Notes about. 8 a 10/ 

— Sydney Races — Speculation Winner of the 
Cup. \Sa7 b 

— Tattersall's, 7 a 8/— 14 a 11 6-21 a 10 rf 
—28 a 10 e— 5 m 14 rf— 12 m 12 e—2j 8 a—dj 
lAb—TSjTe—SOjSa 

— Tigers Hunting at Khundella. 24 / 9 rf 

— Walking Matches of Edw. Pay son Weston, 
at New York. 5 j 12 a 

— Warwick Races, 14 a 11 b — 15 a 5 d — 16 a 
10 e 

— Yachting Season, i a 7 d 
Notes about, oj 10 b—S j 9 /— 9 / )2 rf 



—9/ 14 a 

New Thames Clut), 20 m 7 *;— 25 m 10 d 



—27 i« 7/— 5 / 10 /'— 12 j 10 d—loj 12 c 
Yawl Match, 15./ 12 r— 18 / 8 b 



Prince of Wales's Club, 28 m 11 e—5j 10 

6—12; lO^y— 19^12 c 

Royal Albert Club Present a Bracelet to 



the Duchess of Edinburgh, \4 m o b 

Cinque Ports Yacht Club, 29j 14 c 

London Yacht Club, 4 w 12 /— 7 m 12 



b -8 m 10 6—9 «* 11 6—5 ; 10 6—13 ; 8 6—19 
yi2c 

Thames Club, 19 m 13 rf— 26 m 6/— 4 



j 8 c— 1 1 / 10 a— 18 i 8 6—25 j 10 d 

Sporting Theory of Politics, 8 a 5 6 

Sprye's Overland Route to Western China, 25 a 
7 e 

Stnflf of Life, the Liverpool Daily Albion on, 20 a 
8s 

Stamping Securities, 12 m 18 6 

Standard Life Assurance Company, 30 « 7 6 

Stanford (Benett) on the Cattle Disease, 30 m 
6c 

— — on the Foot and Mouth Disease, 2j 5/ 

Stanley (Dean) Tribute at Rugby to Dr. Arnold, 
15; 9 6 

Star of India, Appointments, 3 ; 8 a— 4 j 9 f 

Stark (W, Emery) on Fire Insurances in Lon- 
don, 30 a 7 6 

on Life As«iurance Companies, 23 m 6/" 

Statistical Returns, 24 a II d 

Statute Book, Revisal of, 12^ 12 c 

Law Revision, 7 a 10 rf 

Steam Uammer, 12 m 12 c 

Stephenson (^Robert) on the Agricultural Lock 
Out, 7 a 4 c 

Stewart (Charles) on a Waterspout in the Chan- 
nel, 11 M 14 a 
11 Life, 7 m 5 /f 



Stipendiary Magistrates, Appointment 25 a 9/ 
Stock Exchange Cleariag House, 1/96 

Official Return, 2 a 6 6—17 a lOa-l 

m 10 a 

Return of. 1 5 / 8 a 



Stocks. For«i{in, State of, in evertf days paper 

Stone Barrel Beer Company, 3 «« 6 c 

Storer (^George) on Farmers and Labourers, IS a 

5d 
Storey's Statue of Semirainis, 25 a 9/ 
Story of a Defalcation, 4 a 1 1 a 

(Herbert) on Innocent Prisoners, 14 m 11/ 

Stow (Mrs. H. B.) ai^d her Black Oranges, 15 • 

10 r 

St rad broke (Lady Augusta) on the Apricultnni 

Labourers Lock Out, 16 a 10 6 

on his Lordship's Cottages, 2 / 12 6 

Straits Settlements 13 a 7 6—11 ir. 7 c 

Ne>t of Malay Pirates. 25 m 6 rf 

Execution of the Pirates, 25 m 6 J 

Strange Rumour — Deputation to the Emperor 

of Austria from Russia, 27; 5 a 
Strangers Home for Asiatics, 2^ II a 
Street Nomenclature, 21 m 14 6 

Precept Without Example, 24 a 12/ 

Tramways, British and Foreign CompAOj, 

10a7a 

Argentine TO o 7 « 

City of Buenos Ayres, 16 a 7 6—2 m 11 c 

East Suffolk. 18 a 10 a 

Granthams Steam Cars, 7 m 5 d 

Madras, 1 1 ; 7 « 

Southall, Ealing, &c., A j G d 

Watering, 23 m 5 d 

Improvement in, 3 a 6y 



STBIKES :— 

of Agricultural Labourers in the Eastern 

Counties, 4 a 7 *— 4 m 5 d 
at Aston Hall Colliery, Meeting about, In* 

timidation. 10 / 12 c 

of Bricklayers at Geneva, 14 a 5 a — 15 a S 



i—lHo 10 f 

— of the Builders at Birmingham, Ended, 2€ 

m 10 f 

Labourers, 15 ; 11/ 



— of the Cleveland Iron Stone Miners. 11 « * 
6—22 m 11 e— 25 n 8 6—5 m 10 i— 18; 7e- 
22y7c 

— of Coal Pit Neafh Colliers. 27; 9 <? 

— of the Colliers at Bolton, 9 m 10/ 
atBristol, 3>7/— 17^10/* 



of the Durham Colliers, 5 m 9 /— 6 m 10./ 

-8 m lOe— 11 m8 6— 12w 11/— 15 « 7 a- 

18 m 8 6 

of Colliers in Somersetshire, 9 a 6 c 

of Colliers in Sweden, 6^ 10 c 

of 2500 Copper Miners, at Adelaide, 11 a J 

6—20 a 7 6 
of the Cotton Spinners at Bolton, U o "^ 

—15a 12 c 

of Engineers, at Hull, 11 m 9/— 15 moc 

Notes about, 15; 14 c 

of the Ironstone Miners at Rosedale, 26 ■ 






Bd 



in the Iron Trade at New South Wales, 9a 



10 c 



of Labourers at Weston-Snper-Mare. 8 « *V 



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Strikes (rvntinued), 

of tbe Mechanics at the Susquehana Works 

of the Erie Railway Company, I a o 6—4 a 5a 

the Miners in South Staffordshire, 10 a 7 6 

—27 a 8 ^—30 n 6 d— 11 mS b 

of the Omnibus Drivers in New York, OjB 

«— 16 ; 5 a 

of Shipbuilders at Hull, 4 ; 6/— lOj 5 rf 

of a 1«)0 Tailors at Liverpool, Averted by 

Concession, 2S a 12/ 

of the Weavers at Leicester, 9/12 e 

of the Worsted Spinners at Keighley, 8 ; 8 

d-r2i5/ 

Stronj; Wind in America, 11 a 10 c 

Sub-Wealden Explorations, 2 a 9e — 1 m 9 J — ij 
9f-2SJ 7 d 

Suffulk. Oonsorvn ism in, 9 a 9/ 

8ugfar, State of the Market, 1 a 7 e— 2 a 6 d—Z 
a 6 c— 8 a 7 c— 9 a 6 a— 10 a 7 ^—11 a 7 6— 
15 a 7/— 16 a 7 /— 17 a 9 6—18 o 10 rf— 22 a 
7 c— 23 a 6 cf— 24 n 7 r— 25 a 7 /"— 29 a 12 6— 
80 a 7 d—l m 10 6—2 m 11 ^—6 m 10 a— 7 m 
7 c— 8 m 1 1 r— 9 m 7 «— 13 ?» 10 6—14 m 7 f— 
U w 7 6—16 m 10 c— 20 m 11 r— 21 m 9 6—22 
w 11 6—23 m 6 d— 28 m 6 d— 29 «i 6 6—30 m 6 
c— 3 > 1 1 rf— 4 / 6 c—bj 1 1 6— ey 10 «— 10 J 10 
c— 11 / 7 6— 12> 10 6— 13/10 6— 17i lOrf— 
18> 7 a— 19 7 10 c— 20 / 10/— 24 J 9 d—2oj 7 
c— 26; 7 e— 277 11 ^ 

Duties : Ke-opening of the Clyde Factories, 

2 mild 

• Excise Duty on, 20 m 9 / 

■ — Import Returns of Unrefined, 16 m 9/ 

Official Return of. 20/9/ 

- — Return of Consumption of, 22 « 7 c 

SwIGIDES:— 

- — of M. Bergondi, at Nif*e, 7 m 5 n 

' — of John Blair, nt Bow, After Murdering 
bis Wife and Four Children, 19 m 7/ 

■ of Fred. Boldemann, at Dover, 27 w 9 « 

of Obediah Bound, at liichmond, United 

Sutes, 19 M* 7/ 

• — of Thomas Bourne, in Jersey, 30 a 5 c 

of Michael Dee, at Silver St., Golden Sq., 

11 a 11 /— 13tf8/ 

- — of Mr. Kdw. Foley, the Sculptor, 12 m 14 6 

of General Von Gablenz, 3 « 12 6 

of a Gentleman, from Blackfriars Bridge, 

2'.) aSe 

At the Crystal Palace Station, 10 a <'. c 

■ — of Mr. Harrison, of Eton Wick, 1 a 9 /'—2 
a9e 

— ' Mrs. Hofrannn, at Kennington,.12 w 14 6 

— of George Jordan, a Trumpeter, at Alder- 
shott, 13 ;m 12 d 

' — of Norman Henry Longhnrst, on a Railway, 
20m 11 d 

of Mrs. Lovelock, at Reigate, 22 j 12 d 

— — of a Man, in the Canal, at Hackney, 18^5 6 
■ — of Mrs. Miffin, at Payhembury, 22 a 9/ 
• — of Jas. Rickaby, when Detected in Commit- 
ting a Burglary, Aj e 
' — of John Beger, ot St. Martin's Street, 30 
a 5 e 

— of Wm. Sawyer, at Brentwood, 18 iw 12/ 
of James Badcoek Sedgefield, by Drowning, 



_» r«„»i 



-« t%tm 0m 



Sniddea C^utinmd). 

of Octave Taasaert, the French Painter, 20 

a7 e 



— of John Toll, who Threw Himself Before « 
Train at Honor Oak Station, 13 a 8/ 

of Mrs. Ann Tyrrell, by Jumping Out of aa 



Upper Window in Soho, 10 a 5 s 

of Assistant-Surgeon Vail, in Canada, 19 



J 9/ 

— of Sergeant Walsh, 12^86 

— of a Woman, at Carlisle, 23/ 8 6 
from Clifton Suspension Bridge, 13 ».* 12 



/—low 12 a 

at Hailsharo, 24i9d 



— of a Young Woman, from Blackfriars 
Bridge. 9 i VI h 

— Attempted, of Lord James Murray, 9 m 
10 d 



— Double, in Paris, of a Young English Lady 
and Gentleman, 25 n 12 a— 27 a 9 e— 28 o 12 /* 
Recognized as Mr. Hall, of Bath, and his 



Wife, 28 rt 12 /* 

Reiurn of, in the Armv, 30 m 10 6 



Sullivan (Edvrard) on Gentlemen's Grooms, 23 a 

10 /■ 
Sumatra, Dutch War in, 3 a 5 a — 11 a 5 6 — 15 a 

5 6-20 a 7 6—23 a a a— 28 a 12 a— 29 a 7 a— 

4 TO 7 c- 6 »« 5 6—19 m 9 /—2o vi 7 6—2 / 6 6 

— 9/7 Q— 17/5 6 
Sumner (Senator) Sale of the EflTects of, 19 i 6/ 
Sunday Opening of Museums, Deputation of 

Clergjr and others to (iuvcrnment Against, 11 

m 9 c 

of Public Houses, Meetings about, 16 a 



10/- 



— Question, Trades Conference about, 17a 
\i)e 

Deputation to Government about, 20 a 

12 (5—21 a 12-— 8 //• H)d 

fnmi Sunday School Teachers about. 



21 Q 12<: 

School Union. Annual Meeting, 8 m 10 6 



Supreme Court of Appeal, Notes about, 27 m 7e 

- 28 m 10 d 
Surgeons. Royal Co'U^'c of, Meetings, 17 a 8 a 

— ia/10 / 
SUSPBNSldKS :— 

A flam ^c Co.. of Birmingham, 80j 11 6 

Bnynes. John, of Manchester, 23a 6 6 

Gee & Co.. of Boston, il /7a 

Le.irv, Valentine and Kirk, of Ireland, 24 

j 14 a 
Oppenheim and Schrader, of Mark Lane, 

23 m 6 a— 26y 7 d 

— Perreira and Mathues, of Pernambuco, 11 
a 7 a 

Taylor. — , of Boston, 13 ; 10 a 

Watson and Campbell of Glasgow, \A a7d 

Whitworth & Co., of Halifax, 20 a 9 / 

Zaragondegui & Co.,. of Lima, 11/7 a— 30 

yi2a 
Sweden, New Law on Commerce and Navigation, 

23 in 5 a 

Population Returns, 7 m 5 d 

Resignation of the Ministry, 9 o 5 6 

Swedish Iron Rolling Stock and Implemeat 

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PALJIKU S INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEM'SPAI'ER. 



[April 1 ti) 



Swedenborg Swioty, Donation to. ;U> n 10 e 
Sweeping Order from liichnmnd, 27 m 8 c — 28 

m 5 / 
Swininiing in the Docks, Fete to Commemorate, 

18 m 9 a 
Swindlehurst (William) on Working Men and 

Public Hours. 27 ; 11 /* 
Swiss Missionaries in Africa, 18 m 7 6 
t-WITZEELAND: — 

Diplomatic News, 6 ri 3 6 

Elections, 10 m 7 a 

Extradition Treat}' with England, a .J h 

—9 / 7 a— 11 j 5 a- 17 ; 5 a 

Grand Council He-»88eniblc, 3i 10 n 

Lausanne to be the Scat of tne Federal 

Council, 27 j ') a 

Miscellaneous News, 29 m 5 a — 29 ; 7 6 

Monetary Convention in. 1.^^ 7 It 

New Constitution, 22 a 5 d— 30 m 5 a 

— lievisal of the Constitution, 20 a 7 b — 21 a 

12 a 



Workmen's Riot at Geneva, 14 a 5 a — 15 a 

6 b— 18 a 10 y 
Symonds (^ Adm.) Appeal for a Waterloo Veteran, 

6 / 10 / 
and Son on ihc Customs and the Bank 

Holidays, 11 m S n 
Syraons (Jclingor IC.) on KaiU'ay Accidents and 

Railway Signalmen. W ti \\) r 
Sympathetic J uH^e. t) /r 11 «/ 
Syracuse, History ot the ("oinji^^o of, 30 j' 12 d 
Syria, Agricultural Prospects in, 2\j 6 a 

T. 

Tallow, State of the Market, 1 a 7 «— 2 a 6 rf— 3 
a 6 c— 8 a 7 c— 9 n 6 a— 10 a 7 6—11 a 7 h— 
IS a 9 «f— 14 a 7 f—\b u 7 /-16 a 7 f—\7 a 

10 6—18 a 10 d— 20 a 8 /*— *il a 11 a— 22 a 7 
r— 23 a C tf— 24 a 7 r— 25 o 7 f—27 a 8 6—28 
a 10 rf— 29 o 12 6— ;;0 a 7 f/— 1 m 10 6—2 m 11 
/,_4 „, 9 f/_5 ,„ 1) ;--f; ,/. 10 a— 7 m 7 r— 8 m 

11 t_-9 w 7 e- 11 w» 8 r— 13 in 10 6—13 /« 13 e 
—14 ;w 7 /— 15 m 7 6—10 w 10 c— 18 m 8 a— 
19 M 13 6— 'JO /w 1) <•— 21 m 9 6—22 w 11 t— 
23 ;« 6 rf— 25 m 8 r/— 27 m G r— 28 w G ff— 29i« 
fi 6—30 «i r— 1 j 9 «/— 2 ?■ 1 1 6—3 ) 1 1 (/— 4 j 
« c— 5 / 11 A- G 7 10 «— S 7 S a— 9 ; 12 c— 10 ; 
10 c— i 1 j 7 6— 12 / 10 6— UJ / 10 6— 15 J 8 a— 
IG/ 12 c 17> lOi/— 18/ 7 a— 19/ 10 c— 20 ; 
10C--22 / 8 6- *J3 / 10 t/— 25> 7 c— 20^ 7 e- 
27^ 11 6—29/8 6—30/ 11 c 

Taniperlana Oils Cou»i>any, 25 a 7 e 

Taylor (Henry) on the Agricultural Labourers' 
Lock-out, 14 a 10 6—17 a 12 c— 5 m 13 6 

Tea, New Seasons. 29 m 5 6 — 5 / 1 1 I — 17ji" B 6 

Import Heturn^, 23 o G 6 

Indian, 7 m 5 a 

Ijeboiig (^onipany, see LEBf)XO. 

iState of the Market, 8 a 7 a— 14 a 7 </— 17 

a 10 6—21 a 10 /— 28 a 10 c— 29 a 12 6—5 in 
1) </__7 TO 7 r— 12 n 13 6— ■;2 w 14 6—14 m 7 / 
—19 /« 18 a— '>1 w 9 6 -23 m 6 rf— 27 wi 6 6—2 
j 11 6— 9 J* 12/'— 11706— 12 J 5 a— 16 /7 c— 
23 j )0/i— 30/ U 6 

Teigninouth (Lord/ on Keform of Convocation, 
26 / 10 ^—307 5 if 

Tclc^rnih Works. Hooper's, 10/ 12 a— 27j 11 a 



Telegraphic Feat Extraordinary, 27 a 8 6 

Wire, Export Returns, 25 m 8 « 

Telegraphing the Budget — ^Wonderful Feat, 1& 

a €—20 a 8 6 
TELEOBAPHS* 

Steam Launch for Telegraphs, 14 m 5 € 

Anglo-American. 30 m 6 a — 27 j 11 a 

Anjrlo-French, 19 m 13 a 

Annual Keturn of Income from, 6 a lOe- 
10 a 7 rf 

Australian, I77 6 b 

HilLoa, 24 a 12 a 

mack Sea, 19 m 13 a— 30 w 8 a 

Brazil — the Queen and Emperor of Braiil 

Exchange Messages. 27 / 5 a 

Brazilian Exi<edition, 21 wi 7 a— 27 m 5 o- 

13 / 6 6—16 / 7 6—16 / 7 a— 17 / 5 6—18/ 5 i 
—19/6 6— 20 J o 6— 22> 7 c— 23^ 5 6-24/ 1 
6— 26/7 € 

Submarine. 24 ^ 9 r— 30/ 11a 

Cables and Cable Laying, Amid 

Canada, New Law about, 21 m 9 a 

Census of Messages, 28 a 12 c 

Central American, 4 »i 9 a — 18^ 7 d 

China, 1 »i 12 6 

Constantinople and Odessa, 11 m 7 (^33 b 



7a 

Cuba Submarine, 2 a 6 6— 15 j 8 c— 30/ 11 f 

Direct United States Cable, 2 a 6 c— 1S« 

8a-3ill a— 10 / 6 rf 

Spanish. 6 m 10 a— 12 m 13 ^ 



— Eastern, 24 a 7 c— 30 a 7 a— 20 m 11 a-21 
in9a— 2Gj7rf 

Extension, 2 a 6 a— 16 a 8 e— 17 10 « 



—1 OT 10 a— 25 ; 7 a 

— French Atlantic, 16/ 12 a— 27y 11 a 

— Indo-European, 23 a 6 e 

— Ireland and New York, 27 a 8 c— 28 a 10 i 

— Mileage Round the Globe, 27> 6/ 

— and Newfoundland, 7 m 9 /— 22 « 11 rf-^ 
J 11 a 

— Odessa and Constantinople, 16 m 5 a 

— Renter's Company, 19 ;« 13 a— 21 m9r 
River Phite and Brazil, 17 a 10 a 

— Slate of Sliari»s in the Various Companies. 
in every days pii}t€i\ 

Submarine, 6 / 10 e 

Cable Trust Company, 1 a 12 c— IS 1" 

a— 2 m\\ d 
Weekly Uelu 



irn of Messages Transmitted. 

2 o 5 6—9 a G of— 23 a 9 /"—SO a 7 r/— 7 m 5 </ 

—14 m 9 /— 21 m 1 1 /*— 28 m 8 6—4/ 9 /-H 

J 9/— 18; 11 c— 25/5 /' 

— 'West India and Panama. 3 a 6«— 5»9'' 



1 



—23 m 6 a— 1/ 8 f—Uj 12 a 
Telegraphy, Eastern, 22 m 11 a 

Duplex, 30/11 6 

Temperance — Deputation of Ladies at Dun^ 

to Reduce the Number of Public Houses, tc-, 

14a5(/ 
Temjilc (R.) on the Agricultural Labooren 

Lock-out, 8 a 8 6—14 a 10 rf 

Master of, Illness of, 23 m 5 € 

Middle " Grand Day " at, 30 a 5 d-2S > 

9e 

the Prince of Wales at, 12^' 6 e 

New Benchers, 8 m 12 « 



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Temple, Readings in, 20 a 7 /*— 19 mile 
Tenure of Land, Meetings about, 1 ; 7 6 
Thackeray (Mr.) Frauds on him, 27 / 10 e 
Thames Embankment, Notes about, 1 1 a 8 c 

■ How to Spoil it, 18 o 8 a 

■ Xew Chelsea, to be Opened on the First 
of May, 16 a 10 r— 17 a 10 d— 9 w 12 d 

Opening of by the Duke and Duchess 

of Edinburgh, 11 m 7 </— 12 m 10 b 



Notes on Damage Done to, 1 6 / 6 a 



— - Police, Chanj^e of Stations, 1 w 1 1 c 

Trout, 2(J ; 10 6— 27i 12 6 

l^innel, New One, 24 / 7 rf 

_ — Valley Sewage, 1 j 9 c 
THEATaES:^ 

— Adelphi, 11 im 14 e 
Alhambra, 21 m 8/ 

Benefits, 20 ; 8 rf— 29^ 10 b 

Court, 9 o 8 6—18 a 12 «— 8 m 10 c— 27 m 

Id 

CriterUn, 13 a 11 e— 20 a 10 a— 18^ 8 c 

Crystal Palace, 7 a 10 6—11 m 14 d— 26 m 

• aee oho Crystal 

Egyptian Hall, 7 a 10 c 

French Plays, 6 a 6 c— 17 a 8 6—23 al a 

—28 a 4y— 14 m 8 a— 25 m 7/— 30 m 9 «— 4y 

S/"- e^Se— 8;9c 
Gaiety, 7 a 10 6—17 a 8 6—23 a 7 6—11 m 

14 e-18 m 9 e— 29 m 7 rf— 13 / 8 a— 16> 14 6 

-18;8c— 20y8rf 
Gk)be, 7 a 10 6—8 a 8 a— 25 m If 

- — Haymarket, 7 a 10 « -29 m 7 d 

Her Majesty's Opera, 14 a 9/— 20 a 11/— 

21 a 8 a-27 a 7 /— 29 a 11 Z'— 6 »n 10 6—11 
SI 14 rf— 13 m 5/— 25 m 14 6—26 m 5/— 29 in 
10 c— 1 > 12/— 8 j 9 6—12 i 9/— 15 j 14 6 

Sale of, 21 TO 11/ 

Holbom, 6 « 6 c 

• Lyceum, 17 a 8 6—28 o 4/— 29 m 7 d—^j 

^f—'^^j 14 6 
■ — Moore and Burgess* Minstrels, 7 a\0 d 
Morning Theatrical Performances, 17 a 8 6 

— 1 m 8 a— 9 m 12 c— 23 m 5 rf 

Opera Comique, 20 a 10 a — 8 ; 9 c 

• — Paris New Grand Opera, 29 a 7 c 

Prince of Wales's, 6*6 c— 9 a 8 a 

' — Princess's, ISy 8 a 

• Queen's, 6 o 6 c— 20 a 10 a— 22 ; 10 6 

Royal ItaUan Opera, 1 a 5 /— 20 a 11 f— 

22 a 8 6—27 a 7 e—5 m 10 ''—11 to 14 c— 23 
w 6 (/— 25 TO 14 a & 6—30 m 9 e—lj 12 e— 8; 
9 a— 15 / 14 a 

■ Madame Adelina Patti at, 13 m 5 e 

Albert Hail, 7 a 10 6—25 w 7/ 
Polytechnic, 7 a 10 rf 



— Royalty, 18 a 12 e— 4 to 7 /— 18 to 9 e— 21 
m8/— 29jl0a 

— St. James's, 4 m 7/— 10 f 5 d 

— Shakespearian Tableau at Cromwell House, 
23a 7a 

— Sir Julius Benedict's Concert, 1 1 7 10 c 

— Strand, 7 a 10 a 

— Surrey, 6 a 6 c 

— Theatre Francais, First Night at, 16^ 7 </ 

— Tussaud's (Madame), 7 a 10 r 



Theatres (^continued). 

West End Box Office, 18 n 12 e 

Thermometers, Self-Registering, 1 a 7 rf— 2 a 7/ 

Thiers (M.) the S/>ertator on, IH in 9 e 

Thiilwall ''Bp.) Intended Resignation of, 4; 9/ 

—22/7/ 

Notes about, 6 j 7 6—10/6 d 

Thompson (— ) Letter to the Pali MaU on the 

Artist of '* Calling the Roll," 1 1 to 14 c 
(Elizabeth) on the Horse's Legs of her 

** Calling the Roll," 12 to 12 d— 16 m 7/ 
Thome (Isabel) on the Female Graduates at the 

London University, 20 m 12 </ 

Medical Education of M'omen, ISjSf 

Thunderstorms, 26 j 7 d 

atNaUl,4y5/ 

on Whit-Monday, 26 to 9/ 

Fatalities Attending in Scelland. 26/7/ 

Tichbome Case, Notes about, 11 a 11 6 

Health of Lady Rudcliflfe, 14 a 6/ 

Meeting to Aid the Ckimant's FamUy, 17 

a 9/ 

Motion for a New Trial, 20 a 13 a 

Refused, 30 a 11 a 

and Doughty Estates Bill, 20 to 7/ 

Official Return of the Expences of, 18 m 



13 c 
Witnesses, Prosecutions of, 28 to 12 c— 5i 

5 a 
Tigris, Overflow of, 29 a 7 a 
Time Victorious— Weston's Walk of 600 Miles 

in Six Days, 6/ 12 a 
Times^ New Adyertisement Office, Opening of, 
Tin Trade, 10> 6 rf 
Tithe Commission, 6 a 3 c 
Redemption Trust, Annual Meeting, 19 j 

4/ 
Titles with a Meaning, 7 a 7 e 

Tiptree Hall Open for Inspection, 15/ 11 / 

Tite (Sir Wm.) Price Sale List of his Collection 

of Books, MSS., &c., 19 TO 7 6—20 m 12 if— 21 

TO 12/— 25 TO 12 /— 28 TO 10 6—29 w 7 f—Sj 

14 6 

Tobacco, Impert Returns, 10 a 6 e — 11 to 11 / 
Tomkjns (H. T.) on the Belgravian Nuisance, 1 

TO V2d 
Tonic Sol Fa Association, IG m 7 d 
Tonquin, French Occupation of , 4 a 6 c 
Torpedo Warfare, 3 a 12 6 
Town Sewage, 30 m 11 / 
Trade, Board of, Nofices, 4 a 5 /*— 11 a 8 6 — 18 

a 12 c— 22 n 8 «— 25 a 8 a— 29 a 10 a— 2 m 7 

e— 16 TO 7 d—20 m 7 /— 23 m 6 e— 27 to 8 6— 

30 TO 7 f—Sj 8 a— 6 j 6 f-^lSj 7 ;—l7j 7 6— 

20 j 7 €—24 J 10 a—'27j 5 e 
Returns, 9 « 6 a— 8 m 11 «— 8 / 8 a— 9i 

12 c 

of Bradford. 29 o 1 1 /* 

with Central Asia. :i0 a 12/ 

with Foreign (.'oimtries, Return9, 1 1 to 6 c 

with Persia, 12 m 6 e 

Prospects of with Eastern Turkestan, 29 m 

10 a 

with Russia, 13 m 0/ 

of the Souih Wales Ports, 10 to 13 </ 

>>tHtc of, 1 CI 7 6—2 a 6 #/— 3 f. 6 e— 6 aAd 



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PALMEU^S INDEX TO ** THE TIMES ** NEWSPAPER. 



[April. 1 to 



t— 13 a 9 c— 15 a 7 c— 16 a 7 f^\7 a 10c— 18 
a 10 rf— 20 a 8/— 22 a 7 /•— 23 a 6 rf— 24 alh 
—25 a 7 rf -27 a 8 «— 29 a 12 &— 80 a 7 &— 1 
m 10 6—2 m 11 6—4 m 9 c— 6 m 10 6—7 m 7 « 
— 8 m 11 a— 9 m 7 «— 11 m 8 c— 13 m 10 6—14 
m 7 e— 15 m 7 e— 16 m 10 €—16 m 8 e— 20 m 
11 r— 21 m 9 6—22 m 11 c— 23 m 6 </— 25 m 8 
rf— 27 m 6 6—28 m 6 rf— 29 m 6 e— 1 J 9 e— 3i 
11 6—4 / 6/— 6^' 10 «— 8 / 8 rf— 10 ; 10 d— 1 1 
j 7 rf— 12 ;• 10 «— 13> 10 6— 15y 8 <— 17^ 10 a 
— 18y 7/— 19y 10 c— 20> 10 e-22j 8 d—24j 
9 /— 27 / 11 d— 29> 8 e 

Trade, State of, from the Inspectors of Factor- 
ies Report. 28 a 12 a 

in the United States. I8> 10 rf 

in West Africa, 15 a 10/ 

Trade Marks, Decisions in French Courts about, 
28 a 10 c 

Trades Union Delegates, Meeting of at the Old 
BaUey, 19 j 12 c 

Tragedy at Uoxton, 8 a 6/ 

Tramways, see Street. 

Transit of Venus, 4 a 8 a— 25 m 14 6—15 ; 14 a 
—22/9/— 30 I 12 c 

— -!- America and, 6 m 12 e — 19 m 13 c 

Treason-Felony, Return of Persons now in Pri- 
son for, 6 »i 1 1/ 

Trench (Capt. F.) on the Russian Campaign 
against Khiva, 27 a 6 e 

Trerelyan (C. £.) on the Famine Relief Fund, 2 
a56 

on the East African Trade, 18 in 9 rf 

Trevor (Geo.) on the Public Worship Regulation 
BiU, WIS/"— 2i5 6— 4; 5e 

Trinity College Dublin and Reform, 7 a 7/— 8 
a 6 rf— 17 a 12 a— 22 a 5 «— 24 a 12 /— 25 a 
12 c— 27 a 9 rf— 28 a 12 rf— 4 m 14 a— 18 m 9 « 
—19 m 11 «— 20 m 12 6—21 m 7 /*— 22 m 10 6 
— 25 m 13 a— 20>8 6 

— — House, Banquet to the Royal Members and 
the Ministry, 29 ; 9 a 

Monday, 2> 9/ 

Troy, Discoveries at, see ScHLiBMANif. 

Trust and Agency Company of Australasia, 18 
mS a 

and Loan Company of Canada, 20 iw 11 a — 

22mll6— dOm(5d 

Tunbridge Wells, Liberal Demonstration in, 21 
ml2rf 

Tunis, Miscellaneous News, 22 ; 7 c 

Turkestan and Russia, 2j 5 a 

TURKEY: — 

and Servia, 2 a 5 a— 6 o 3 6—7 a 7 a— 30 a 

5ar- iml2b 

— — and Persia, 25^ 6 a 

— and Roumania, 17a 12 a 

— Armenian Church in, 3 a 5 a — 6 a 3 6 — 11 
a 5 h — 4 m 7 c — (> m R b 

' Attempted Assash! nation of the Nephew of 

the Ambassador at Berlin, 9 m 10 rf 

— Church of St. Saviour's Formerly Ceded to 
the Kupelianists, 22 j 7 6 

Court News, 22 a 5 a— 24 j 7 6 

- — Diplomatic News, 8 a 5 a— 4 m 7 c — 6 m 5 

6— 28iii5a— 15i7/» 
^■^ Fetes on the Acccssiou Annivuri>ary, 29 j 

t h 



Turkey {continued). 

Ministry, 18 m 7 A 

Miscellaneous News, 30 o 6 a — 16 mhb— 

29 m 5 a 

New l-ioan, 15 / 7 6 

Newspapers Su>'pended in, 4 a 5 a 

Order uf the A^manie Conferred on Priree 



Nulnn. 2 m 5 6 

S.ile of Bibles Prohibited, 23 / 8 6 

Turkish Finance, 2ii5a— 7a3 a- 10 a 5 6—13 

a7/i— 25a 12 6.-6 ot iS 6--12 « 14 a— 18 ■ 7 

i- ^y Il/L_10;o6— 1 > 7 a— 18/5 6 
Embassy, \{\ « 5 «— 20 a 7 c—1'2 a 5 a— 23 

a 5 6—27 a 7 d—1 m 5 /— 21 m 7 y— 2C m 5/ 

-iyi2« 

Turks in Arabia. 1^56 

Tunncric, State of the Market. 13.; 10 6 

Turner (^Edm.) on the Agricultunil Lock-oat, 7 

a 4 r 
Turners Company, Present the Freedom ot their 

Cu'.iipany to Dr. Phillips, 10 a 5 rf 

to Sir (Miarlea Lyell, 20i 11 rf 

Turntjike Trusts and Highways, lOj7jS0j 

5rf 

Abating a Nuisance, 26 j 9/ 

Tuiican Industry, 5 m 5 / 

Two Birds with One Stone — Dwellings for the 

Poor, 23 a 6/ 
Two Sicilie«. 7 m 5 /" 
Twopeny (Wm.J Price Sale List of his Asssiii< 

blage of Ancient and Modem Pictures, o ■ 

12/ 
Tyler (Capt.) on the Simplicity of Workiof 

Railways, 21 m 9 e 
Typhoid Ferer in St. James's Phice, 22 m 5/ 
Tyre, Explorations at, 28 a 12 / 

U. 
UNOLAIKED DIVIDENBS:— 

Addington, Wm. Wells, 19^ 1 6 

Annesley, Rev. Charles A, F., I2y 1 6 

Ashley, liichard and Charles, 23 ai 1 6 

Ashmead, Frederick, 27 m 1 6 

— Banks, Delaniark Jamc-s, 11 m 1 6 

Barnett, Horatio, 17 ; 1 6 

Barnwell, Fred. Lowrr, 24/1 6 

Bayly, Thos. Kington* 19 j 1 6 

John Jasper Leigh, 19^ 1 6 



Baynham, George, 4 ; 1 6 
Belli Hey. C. A., 12 / 1 6 



Blades, Wm., 25 j 1 6 

Bland, Thos. Davison. 12 w 1 6 

Breese, James, 18 a 1 6 

Bryane, Rev. Francis, 17 a 1 6 

Buckingham, George, 3 a 1 6 

Bullen, Wm., 6 w I 6 

Caldecott, Wm. Lloyd, 24i 1 6 

Coope, Oetavius Edward, 12i 1 6 

— ^i- Cooper, Eliz. Ann, 21 m 1 6 

Jane. 21 m 1 6 

Cornish, Comfort, 9/16 

Cotton, Rev. Dean, 6 a 1 6 

Oresswell, Rt. Hon. Sir C. 18 a 1 6 

Deans, Rev. James, 21 m 1 6 

Dennis, John, 6 a 1 6 

Dillow, Edw., 15 j" 1 6 

- T)iini1 .Tamo* mnn T'1i«t,«« TaiMaa 9il 4 I A 



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Unclaimed lividends {continued). 
Eaton, Rev. I'homas, 17 a 1 6 

— Edgington, John, 19 m 1 /i 

— Estcourt, Edward Dugdale Bucknall, 19 j 
16 

Eyland, Charles, 17 J lb 

Foligno, Edward, 14a 1 6 

— Freeman, Elizabeth and Edward, Sjl b 
Gimblett, John, 19 w 1 6 

Glanan, Juliana, 28 m 1 & 

Gleadowe, Rev. R. W.. 17 « 1 6 

Glover, Wm. and Mary, 24 a 1 6 

Hanbury, Richard Savill, 24 a 1 6 

Edward Reader, 16 m 1 6 

Rebecca, Am I b 

Harvey, Caroline Louisa, 28 m 1 6 

Hart, Judas, 14 a 1 6 

Haynian, Jane, 2 to 1 6 

Herbert, John, 80 a 1 6 

Hoskins, Henry Wm., 19 / 1 6 

Ironie, Alex. Campbell, 17; 1 6 

James, Wm. John, 2\ ml b 

Kent, Capt. Henry, 24 a 1 6 

Knox, Rev. Henry Carnegie. 19 m I 6 

Lake, Charles, G«orge, and Henry, I j 1 b 

Langton, William Bartlett, 24 a 1 6—16 m 

16 

Lart, Charlotte Hopkins, 26 i 1 6 

Longman, Robert, 30 m 1 b 

M'Chlery, James, 6/16 

Mills. Richard Richardson, 20 j 1 6 

Monck, John Bligh, 16 j 1 6 

-— Moore, Rev. John Walter, 16 i 1 6 

Moses, Samuel, 14 a I 6 

Munton, Anthony, 9 m 1 6 

Norville. Wm., 24 a 1 & 

Oxford, Earl of, 12 to 1 6 

Partridge Edward Otto, 6 ; 1 * 

• Prendergast, Capt. Stephen, 24 a 1 3 

■ Preston, Fred., 27 m 1 6 

Priestley, John, 2ijlb 

Prince, James, Bishop of Manchester, 12 ro 

16 

Pryor, Emma, ISjlB 

Robinson, Rev. Hastings, 12j lb 

• Seeker, John, 28 to 1 6 

Sharwood, Rev. John Hodges, 17^ 1 ^ 

Smith, Elzo, 28 TO 1 6 

Stevens, James, 22 y 1 b 

Stuart, John Edward, 9 a 1 6 

Tanfield. Mary Eliza, 22^ 1 6 

Tompkins, John Cole, 28 a 1 6 

Walpele. Rt. Hon. Spencer Horatio, 12 m 1 6 

Warwick. Geo. Edington, 8 a 1 ^ 

White, Charles, Salb 

' ■ Anne 24 a 1 6 

Eliza, 8 o 1 6 

Williams. Wm. Hole, 19 to 1 A 

• Willis, Sylvester, 19 to 1 6 

Wintle, James. 6 ; I 6 

Woodger, Henry, 15 ; 1 6 

- — Young Adolphus, 2S a I b 
unclaimed Dividends, Official Return, 16 d 7 6 
United Kingdom Alliance, Deputation to Gorera- 
uent, 1 a 6 « 

and the Duke of Richmond's Bill, 20 



United Kingdom Temperance and General 

Provident Institution, 27 m 6 a 
Presbyterian Synod, Annual Sitting^ in 

Edinburgh, 12 m 14 6— 14 m 10 6—16 m 6 a 
Services Proprietory College, Westward 

Ho., 80 ro 9 /" 

States Legation, 29 ;' 9 d 

Land and Colonization Company, 1 m 

10 a 

— Westminster Schools, 29 ; 13/ 
Union Steamship Company, 20 a 8 d — 27 aSd 
Universal Life Assurance Society, 14 to 7 c 

Carriage Insurance Company, 29 m 6 a 

Marine Insurance Company, 12 i 10 a 

Universities and the Clergy, 29 to 10 6 
University College of Wales, 16 a 6 « 

Hospital, 6 TO 14 0? 

Distribution of Prizes, 25 / 7 e— 26 ; 10 d 

Unseaworthy Sailors, 8 a 6 6 

Ships, \2ml2d 

' Meetings about, 24 ? 12 e 

Commission, Meetings, 1 a 6 c — 15 a 5 6 

22 a 6 /•— 27 a 12/— 6 m 11 f—9 m 7 a— 14 m 

11 a-.16 TO 5 «— 8 i 18/ 
Uppingham Scholarships, II a 12 J 
Upsala Student Singers, 8 ; 7 a 

Upton (S.) on the Agricultural Labonren Lock 
Out, 22 a 

V. 
Vagrancy, Repression of in Dorset, 8 a 9 /* 
Van de Wey«|(M.) Health of, 18 m 7/ 
Vancouver Coid Mining and Land Company, 29 

a 12 a 
Vaughan (H. H.) on the Late Justice Vaughao, 

7a 6 c 
Vauxhall Bridge Company, 8 to 11 6 
Venerable Lawsuit in Virginia, 14 a 10 e 
Venice, Sir Garnet Wolseley at, 18 a 6 a 
Catholic Congress at^ 18 i 5 or-lBj 7 6^17 

; 5 a 

Proposed Statue to Lord Byron at, 18 a 5 a 

Patrician of, 19 ro 6 e 

Ventnor Consumption Hospital, 2 a 9 e 
Venus, Transit of, see T&ansit. 
Verdon (Thomas) on Cattle Diseases, Sj 6/ 
Vermersch (Eug.) on the Hugelmann Trial 1 a 

11/ 
Very Hard Case, 18 a 1 1 f—22 aSb 
Victoria Cross, a Candidate for, 4/7/ 
Note about, 23 J 12 c— 24/ 14 c 



— Hospital for Children, Notes about, 9 a 
6—10 a 5 6 

for Sick Children, Annual Meeting, 



10 



21 



TO 18 6 

— Park and Bathing, 20 j 5 s— 22 j 11 /— 29 
j He 

Notes about, 16 a 8 6 



Population Returns, 21 m 11/ 

Elections, 26 a 12 6 

Gold Returns of, 28 m 9 s 

Victorian Parliament, 18 a 7 6—4 m 7 c — 22 

TO 5 a 
Vines of Madeira, 21 m 7 a 
of Torre Brera, Change of Proprietors. 

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[AprU 1 to 



Vino Periculum, 26 w 1 1 /* 

Virginian and Maryland Boundary Question: the 

Oldest Law Suit in the World, 14 a 10 e 
Vital Statistics, 8 m 12 </ 
VizeteUy (Edw. Henry) on the " RoU Call," 15 

miOd 
Volcano, New, in Knoxville, 3 a 12 a — 7 a 6 b 
Volta Expedition, 16 m 6/ 
VOLUNTEEBS:— 

— Annual Inspections, \Sj 6 d 

— Bedfordshire, 15 m 4rc 

Brigade Field Day in Regent's Park, 25 m 

12 e 

Cambridge University, 2 m 5 e 

Camps of Instruction, Sj 9 e 

Easter Monday Review, 2 a 5 e — 8 a 5 d — 

7a3 b 
English and French Private Rifle Match at 

Havre, IJ7 a 

Presentation of Prizes, 2Aj 10 a—SOj 5 b 



— Great Rifle Meeting on Brighton Downs, 
26 m 12 e 

at Havra, 29 m 5 a 

Inspections, 2Sj 5 f 

— Irish Rifle Association Prize Meeting, 29 
jUb 

— 9th. Kent, 4 a 6 6 

— Liverpool Rifle Association " Baptism ef 
Fire," 17 j 7 c 

London Rifles, 5 m 14 c 

Annual Inspection of, 18 ;' 6 </ 



— Metropolitan, Field Day in Hyde P9xk, 5 tn 
14c 

— National Rifle Association Meetings, 29 i 9 e 

— Officers* Commissions, Notes about, 11m 
10 6 

— Rifle Shooting at Havre, 1 i 7 a 

— Subaltern Officers, Notes about, 7 m 5 /* 

— Visit to Havre, 7 m 6 c 

— War Office Notices, 6 m 14 c 

— Wimbledon Meeting, Opening of, 29 i 12 c 
List of Prizes Issued by the National 



Rifle Association, 15 m 6/ 
Voysey (Rev. Charles) and the Abp. of York, 14 

m 10 e— 16 m 12 a 
the Abp. of York's Reply, 15 m 5 a 

W. 

Wales, Ordnance Surrey of, 19/ 9 f 

Walker (Arthur de Noe)on Lord Ellenborough's 

Indian Administration, 11 i 10 6 
Waller (Rev. Horace) on Dr. Livingstone, 10 a 

10 c— 2 ; 12 c 

on Colonel Gordon, 18 ; 7 « 

Walsingham (Lord) on the Farm Labourers* 

Lock-out, 16 m 12 6 
Walters and Sons, on Hard and Fast Lines, 20 

Wanted a Police Van, 8 m 8 a— 14 m 10 rf— 15 m 

12tf— 12i 12 6 
War, Duel Government at, 11 m 9 cf 
Warehousemen and Clerks' School, Meeting, 28 

mlOd 
Waste Lands, Enclosure of, Notes about, 25 i 9/ 
Watches, Ancient, Bequest of, by Lady Fellows, 

to the British Museum, 12 ; 12 a 



Water Companies, State of Sharea in, in every 

day^s paper. 

Cadiz Company, 67 11 6 

City of St Peterburg Company, 16 m 8 a 

—20 m 11 a 
Constant Supply, Deputation to Goven- 

ment about, 15 a 12 £f 

in Rural Districto, 25 m 8/ 

Saratov Company, 23 a 6 a 

Supply of Brighton, 29> 12 d 

Notes about, 1 1 m 8 e— 1 ; 9 c 

Waterloo Bridge Company, 6 ; 10 c 

Veteran— Thomas Beckford, 21 a 9 /— 6 a 

14 c 

James Crockson, 5 m 14 c 

Henry Petty, 27 o 7 c 

John Smith, 4 m 6 / 

Thomas WiUatt, 5 J 10/ 

Waterlow (Sir Sydney) on the Dwellings of the 

Poor, lOaGrf— 12 m 14 « 
Waterspout in the Channel, 11 m 14 a 
Watkin (E. W.) on the Suez Canal, 29; 7 c 
on the Workpeople's Compensation Bill, 21 

m8(/ 
Watson (Forbes) on International Ezhibitioni,9 

;6« 
Waveney (Lord) on the Agriculturalists' Lock- 
out. 30 a 12 a 
Wealth in Want of an Object, 80 a 10 e 
Wealthy Pauper, 8 /» 6/ 
Weather in April, 15 m 4 « 

State of, in every day*» paper^ 

Weaver (H.) on the New Atlantic Telegraph, 28 

a 10 6 
Weighing Grain, 15 o 7 6—20 a 8 o 
Weights and Measures, Prosecutions for Fain, 

27a7e 
Well Endowed— Three Times Married, 26 « 9/ 
Wellington (Duke of) Reception as Lord Lt of 

Middlesex, 18 ; 6 /* 
CoUege, Old Members Dinner, 9/7 /-24 

Annual Speech Day, 19^ 8 c 

Meetings of the Governors, 25 ; 5 a 

Wells Cathedral Restoration, 26 m 11/ 
Wesley (John) Life and Times of, a Lecture »t 

Lincoln, ZOj 6/ 
Wesleyan Methoidism, Tabulated Retuni of, 21 

tnC e 

— Home Missions, Anaual Meeting, 8 m 10 ^ 
Missions, 16 a 10/ 

Annual Meeting, 6 m 14 /" 

West African Settlements, 9 m 9 r— 4 1 10 d 

Hartlepool Iron Company, 4 ; 6 a 

WEST INDIES :— 

Commercial News, 6 a 5 e — 30 a 12 c— 17 J 

10 e— 30y 12 a 

Markets Regulations, 29y 7 6 

Miscellaneous News, 80 a 12 c— 80 m^f" 

18 i 10/— I7y 10 e-^j 12 a 

Outrage on Capt. Hyde, 14 m 12 • 

Ship News, 6 a 6 «— 80 a 12 c— 80 w 6 / 

Sugar Crops, 80 ra 6 /* 

Westinghent Continuous Air-Brake for B»«* 

ways, 11 a 12 c 
Westminster Abbey, Consecration of ti»^^ 



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Westminster Abbey, Preachers, 18 a 9 /— 25 a 
9/-9wl0</— 23wi5t/— Gj7c--20jf'9/— 27jf"9e 

Services, 1 a 9/— 8 a 5 d 

Diocesan Education Fund, 23 / 8 6 

Femal * Refuge, 1 a 9 /* 

Hospital, Notes about, 10 ;' 5 6 

School Election Dinner, 9 m 1 1 e 

of Scholars, 14 m 12 (/— 18 m 9 a 



Exhibition, 10 a 6 6 



Welsh Society. Kevival of an Old, 22 m 9/ 

Wethered (G. B.) on Protection of Life from 
Fire, 7 m 12 « 

Wheat from Russia, 18 a 18/ 

and Flour Foreign Trade, 27 a 8 /— 4 m 7 

J— 25 m 8 a— I ; 9 c 

Trade of France, 25 a 7 d—9 m 7 e— 23 m 

10 «— 20 / 10 b 

Whitechapcl Church Restoration, 29 ; 9/ 

Whitsuntide Amusements, 26 m 9/ 

in Vienna, 8 / 6 </ 

Why ? — the Fenian Murderer Condon Shoidd be 
Discharged, 25 a 9/ 

Whytehead (T. B.) on Norway and New Zea- 
land, 4 a 10 6 

Wilberforce (Bp.) Memorial, 6 w 14 c— 17i 9/ 
-18; 12 A 

Wilkinson Oiev. W. F.) and St. James's Hall 
Ritualists, 20/ 7 c 

Note about, 27 j 12 c 

Williuiiis (VVatkin) on the Workpeople's Com- 
pensation Bill, 22 m 10 c 

W.LLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

— — Angell, Benedict John, 26 j 12 a 

Argyll, Dowager Duchess, S m9/ 

Arnott. Dr. Neil, 1 m 10/ 

Athlumney, Baron, 12j 12 c 

Ball, Sir W. K.. 15 m 9 c 

• — Barker, Thos., 29 m 7 c 

Bathurst, Lady G. Louisa, 29 m 7 c 

Beacunsfield, Countess of, 22 m 1 1 c 

Begnon, Rev. E. F., 1 m 10 /* 

Bettesworth, W. H. R., 8 m 9/ 

Bingham, Dame Emma Septima, 10 a 5 s 

■ Binney. Rev. Thomas, 23 a 7 c 

Bird, Mist Eliza. 17 o 10 c/ 

Blatspiel, F. Ernest, I9j\0d 

Bliss, Wm. Blowert, 29 w 7 c 

Bodkin Sir W. H., 22 w 11 c 

Bray, Mrs. U. Sarah, 24 a 11 rf 

Brooks, Charles Wm. Shirley, 18 in 18 /* 

Buckley, Joseph Wilson, 24 a 1 1 d 

Caradoc, John Ilobart, Sjlle 

Carleton, Capt. William. 12 ; 12 c 

Cbarteriif, Lt. Col. the Hon. Richard, 24 a 1 1 rf 

Chetwode, Mr John Newdegate L., 2 a 10 s 

Cholmeley, Sir Montague John, 17 i 10 </ 

Clanricarde, Marquis of, 8^ 1 1 e 

Clarke, Wm. John Turner, \7 u-lO d 

• Cuthbert, Jas. Wm., 26 ; 12 a 

• Dixon, Lt. Col. John, 22 mile 

Disraeli, the Lady of the Rt. Hon. B., 22 m 1 1 e 

Elliott, Lt. Gen. Sir Wm. Henry, 12^ 12 c 

Fellows, Dame Hari«t, 26^ 12 a 

Frost, John, 29 m 7 c 

Geralopulo, Constantine, 12j 12 c 

Glossop, Rev. Charles, I2jl2c 

Gregory, Mrs. Elizabeth, 12 ; 12 c 



Wills and Bequests (continued), 

Grissell, Thomas, 29 j IS f 

Guilford, Ceuntess, i^jiOd 

Hadden, Alexander, 12 j 12 c 

Hamond-Greem, Sir Andrew Snape, 12^* 12 c 

Harris, Dr. C. A. Bp. of Gibraltar, 2 a 10 « 

Holburne, Sir T. W., 19 / 10 d 

Howard, Adderley, 17 a 10 of 

Huggins, Thomas, 17 a 10 d 

Hussey, Dame Emma, 1 5 m 9 s 

Huxtable, Mrs. Maria Sarah, 19 j 10 d 

— James, Sir John Kingston, 10 a 5 s 

Keating Mrs. Mary, 1 m 10 / 

Laugford, Baroness, 15 m 9 s 

Langworthy, Edw. Ryley, 12/ 12 c 

Lennox, Lord J«hn George, 2 a 10 < 

Lloyd, Hon. T. P., 16 »i 9 s 

Lawrence, Miss Emma, 23 a 7 c 

Mrs. Jane, 23 a 7 c 

Le Marchant, Lt. Geo. Sir John Gaspard, 



24 a 11 </ 

Loudon, Countess, 10 a 5 s 

Marshall, Mrs. Sarah, 29 m 7 c 

Masterman, Miss Mary, 12 J 12 c 

M-Neill, Lord Colonsay, 1 m 10/ 

Milner, Miss Pentecost, 29 m 7 c 

Montalbo, Countess of, 19 j 10 rf 

Norbury, Earl of, 17 a 10 «r 

Oglander, Sir Henry, 29 ra 7 c 

Penoyre, Mrs. Anna Maria B. N. S., 22 m 11 c 

Perry, Miss Amelia, 24 a 11 d 

- Reynolds, James, 15 m 9 s 

Rowley, Joseph, 1 m 10 f 

Sang, William, 24 a 11 rf 

Satow, Hans David Christopher, 8 m 9 /* 

Smith Henry, Sj 11 e 

Col. Itobert, 26i 12 o 

Stapleton, Rev. Sir F. J., 1 m 10/ 

Summer, Charles, Senator, 1 a 10 rf 

Thorold, Col. Geo. Edw., 15 m 9 « 

Thurlow, Baron, 22 m 11 c 

Tichborne. Sir Alf. Jos. Doughty, 12/ 12 c 

Todd. William, 8 m 9/ 

Turner, Sir Edw. Henry Page, 18 m 13/ 

Walker, Miss Mary Jane, 17 a 10 d 

Walters, Stephen, 29 wi 7 c 

Way, Albert, 15 m 9 s 

Williams, Charles, 29 m 7 c 

Wodchouse, Hon. Edw. Thornton, 29 m 7 c 

Wilson (C. W.) on Mount Sinai, 3 a 3 s 
Winchester College Examinations, 30 a 10 s 
Windsor on Easter Monday, 7 m 10 d 

at Whitsuntide. 20 m 9/ 

Castle— State Apartments Open, 26 m 9 / 

—30 w 7 f 
Closed, \7i7h 



Sewerage, 22 m 9 /— 23 m 6 a 



Wines and the Frost, 14 m 7 c — 15 m 7 /* 

in Champagne, 16 »i 10 rf 

of Portugal, 27 m 6 A 

Exhibition of, at the Royal Albert Hall, 

11 m 8a 

of the United States. 21 m 6 s 

Winter Weather in Palestine, 8 a 6 6>-ll o 10 6 

—30 a 12/ 
Witchcraft in Devonshire, 22 a 9 /* 
Wollaston (Charlton J.) on Cables and Cal 



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[April 1 to 



Wolseley (Sir Garnet ) his Last Service, 2 a 5 a 
Freedom of tlie Clothworkert* Company 

Presented to, 3 a G c— 7 m 12 f 

his "Not Dazzl'ng " Pay. 27 a 11/ 

Military Banquet to, fif" 12 « 

at Portsmouth, 13 w 12 « 

Sword to be Presented to by the City of 

London, l^fi2d 
Women, Employment for, *ee Fmplotmbht. 
Women's Electoral Disabilitits Removal Bill, 

Notes about, 6 a 6/— 7 a 6 6—9 a 8 c--28 m 6 c 
Su£frage, Memorial to Mr. Disraeli about, 

29 j 9 d 

Temperance Crusade in America, 25 a 9 / 

Wood (W. Wightman) on tlie Destruction of a 

Mad Dog in Fleet Street, 26 m 7 c 
<— (Col. Evelyn) Lecture on the Ashantee 

Expedition, 15/70 
Wool, State of Trade in, 18 <i 9 </- 20 a 8/— 27 

a 8y— 29 a 12 6—4 m 9 d— 11 m 8 6—18 m 8 a 

—25 iR 8 e— 1 j 9/—8> 8 €—l5j 8 a— 17^ 10 

(i_23y8e— 29>8rf 

Prospects of the New Clip, 8/11 a 

York Market, 8 w 1 1 6 

Woolwich Steam Packet Company, B a 6 d 
Worcester Cathedral lie-Opening of 9 a 6 6 — 18 

a 7 6 

Choral Festival at, 15 a 5 6 

Reredos, see Abchbs Court. 

Training Ship, Distribution of Prize*, 20^ 106 

Wordsworth / Bp.) and the Wesleyans, 30/5/ 

(y^^ on the Religious Difficulty, lj7f 

Workmg Men's College, Re-Opening of, 10 u 6 6 

—14 a 10 c 
Workmen's Clubs and Private Drinking, 8y 12 6 

Societies in Prussia, 26 j 12 a 

Workpeople's Compensation Bill, Notes about, 

21 m 8 </— 22 in 10 c 
Worsted Gkx>ds, Return of Exports, 4 m 9 a 
Wrangle (Field Marshal) Celebrates hit 90th 

Birthday, 16 a 5 6 
WRECKS:— 
of Large Steamers, Official Inquiry into, 26 

jnr 

of the Adelphif S aSd 

of the Aoierique, 17 a 10 <j— 20 a 9/— 21 a 

12 c— 24 a 12 a— 25 a 12 •— 30 a 12/ 

Proceedings about, 22 a 10 e 

again at Sea, 4 m 7/ 

of the Anna^ on the East Sands, 16 m 12 6 

of the Bordelaise, Official Inquiry, I m 11 6 

of the British Admiral, on King's Island, 9 

j6/--Sjl0f-'6j5a 

List of Passengers, 8/10/ 



— of the Brockhamf at Barbadoes, 16 a b e 

— of the Calcutta after Collision with the 
Galatea, 25 a 12 6 

— of the Camffridpe, Official Inquiry, 2 a 6 d — 
9 a 12 6 

— of the Cardro$$, Official Inquiry, 80 a 12 / 

— of the Cagpian, S a6 d 

— of the Clifford, Official Inquiry into, 29 m 6 
e— 177*7 6 

— of £/fon Coii#</inc«, Official Inquiry, 80ot 7 « 

— of the Euphegena, 30 m 6/ 

— of the Europe, at Sea, 8 a 6 e— 15 a 5 6—17 
a 12 a 27 a 18 a— 4 »i 7 c 



Wrecks (contintied), 

of the Franc at Sea, 6 a 3 c 

of the Gomas, 13 j 10 e 

of the Hampton, in Dublin Bay, 14 a 5 i 

of the Jane in 1861, 27 a 11/ 

of the UaderAi Sea, 22 a 11/ 

of the Lutine, Company Formed to Recover 

the Treasure in, 18 a 5 c 

of the Matilda, Official Inquiry into, 1 ii6d 

of the Mozambique. 7 m 10 « 

of the Niobe, at Miquelon, 25 m 7 6—27 ■ 

5 a—6j 5 «/— 18> 12 a— 23/ 11/— 24j He 

of the Novelty, at Sea, 1 m 4 </ 

of the Nyanza^ off Boulogne, 6 a Zf—I a 7 

a— 8 a 5 a— 10 a 8 c— 21 a 12 6—30 a 9y-lS 

m 10 «— 14 m 5 6 

of the Orient, at Sea, 18 a 10 <f 

of the Queen Elixabeth, 16 a 5 </— 28 a 12 c 

—7 m 10 e— 8 m 10 d—2Aj 9 a— 26 / 11 f 

of the Raunevs, Official Inquiry, 28 a 10 4 

of the Renfrewshire, in the Golf of St 



Lawrence, 28 a 12 f 
of the Surat, Notes about, 4 a 10 6 — 7 aH 

—9 a 10 d—U m 12 / 
of the Taena, off Pichidanqua Haad, Sal 

/—I m 10 «— 14 m 6 6—15 m 4</— 12/ 5 a— 13 

>12 6 

— of the Virt( ria Nyanza, see Ntakza 

of the Wdodung, Official Inquiry, 26^ 11/ 

Supposed of the Sidra^ 25 in 12 6 

Wren (Walter) Crammers and Crammers, 28a 11 < 
WuTtemburg, Close of the Diet 22} 7 B 
Wycliffe's Parish and St. James' Uall Ritualisti, 

26 / 7 c 
Wykehamist Dinner, Annual Meeting, 26/11 i 

Y. 
Yacht Salvage, 1 / 14 c 
Yarborough (Earl of) 27/ 11 e 
Yardley (Vincent) on Fire Escapes, 11 w 8/ 
Yarkund, Mission to, 1 a 10 d — 2 m 5 a — 5 m It 

/— 28 m 5 a— 17> 5 a— 20> 8 a— 23 / 5 a— 27/ 

5 a— 30 /5a 

Treatj-, 29 will a 

Yarmouth and Ventnor Rail, Tram and Pitf 

Company, 6 >n 10 a 
Yellow Fever, Report of Dr. Woodworth on, IS 

w 11/ 
Yonde (W.) on the Licensing Act Amendment 

BiU, 157 14 c 
York (Abp.) and Mr. Voysey, 15 m 5 a 
Dmner to Celebrate the Queen's Birthday, 

4/9/ 
Yorkshire Baptist Association, 29 m 10/ 
Union of Mechanics, Annual Meeting, 28 

m 12 a 
Young (Fred.) Lecture on New Zealand, 27 mCf 

Z. 
Zadkiel alias Commander B. J. Morrison, Sketch 

of , 1 1 m 8 e 
Zoological Gardens, 7 a 10 c — 17 a 9/ 

Additions to, 17 a 9/ 

Lectures at, 15 a 5 6 

Survey of the Pas de Calais, by M. Giard, 

13a 76 

Society, Anniversary Meeting, 80 a 18 6 

Monthly Meetings, 22 m 9 /— 19 / 6 f 



Zulu Rising in Natal, see Capk 



■ INDEX ' 










TO THE I'V ^^J'/ 






TIMES NEWSPAPER, 



1874. 



SUMMER QUARTER— July 1 to September 30. 



'* The only true history of a country is to be found in its newspapers." 

LoBD Magaulat. 



Sottlion- 

SAMUEL PALMEE, 291, STRAND, W.O 

1874. 

BiohX of Translation Reserved, 



\^T 



w^ 



PiTJIR'S 
INDEI TO THE '* TIMES " NEWSPAPER, 



SDMMEB QUARTERr-JULT 1 TO SEPTEMBER 80. 



BKraii]ro& — 9%e 3VfM» NewBiMiper havinir i^ leparate pagiiuition to Moh nomber^the foUoKing method Isadoptacl 
to rait it to any file: thoa 8 > 11 « meens 8th, July page 11, oolanm 6; the ItaUc letter after the first flgnre 
noting the month, and the Italic letter (according to alphabet) after the eeoond flgnre noting the column of 
the page. 



A. 
Abbot (Edwin A.) on School Board SckoUnhipSy 

— on UniTenify Board and School Examina- 
tions, 15 • 7 e 

Abddare (Lord) on the Bona Fido Travellert, 7 

a 5/ 
Aberdeen (Earl of) Memorial Bast to, in West- 

mioiter Abbej, 16/ 9 / 

— Duke of Edinburgh iajn the Foundation 
Stone of the North Pier at, 7 « 7/ 

AUngdon Agricultural Aflsociation, AnniTeraary 

Meeting, 24 s 4 c - 
Abolition of Priyacy— << Interviewing/* 22 aoc 
Abraham (Bp.) on the Public Worsmp Regula- 
tion Bm^4i 8 c/— 29i 8 e— 3 a 10 6 
A0UIDENT8 :— 
to Mis0 Anson, Drowned while Bathing in 

the Hebrides, 1 • 3 c 
to Maiy Bates, Thrown Out of her Chaise 

and Run Over by an Omnibus in Parliament 

Street, 4 < 8 <f 
to William Bird, Killed by a Bull he was 

Driving to Ma^et, 2 « 8/ 
to a Boy, Drowned in the Lea, 11 1" 11 a— 

15i7c 
— to Mrs, Brewster, Killed by being Thrown 

trom her Carriage^ 26 a 10/ 
Boat Capsiz^ near Boness on the Forth, 

Poor Persons Drowned, 4j5d 

• and Fire Persons Drowned at Epple Bay, 

17 /9/— i8j 6 «— 23; 11 /— 24/ 5 e 

Off Teignmouth, 20 j 12 / 

• Fureral of the Deceased, 24; 6 e 

near London Bridge and Two Men 



Drowned, 24 a 12 d 

at Plymouth and One Man Drowned, 28 

air 

and Two Persons Drowned near Rain- 



ham, 21/5/ 

in the Thames near Victoria Docks and 



a Youth Drowned, 25 « 8 6 

— Boating, Notes about, 13 a 8 e 

— Boiler Explosion on Board the Minerva^ on 
Havannah Harbour, 1 1 a 7 / 



Aoddents (continuu^, 

B( iler Explosion at BashaU's Cotton Mill 

near Leyland iStation, 7 • 8 6 

at Clark*s Calendering Works, Glasgow, 



9«4e 

— Bursting of the Bounds of Monkland Canal, 
16;10(f 

— to Mary Caff, Run Over in the Caledonian 
Road, 5 a 8/ 

— to Thomas Carrigan, FaUing from the 
Rigging to the Deck of the Lord Warden^ 28 
j h e 

— to the Due de Chartres, from a Horse*s 
Kick During Parade, 17 <t 5 e 

— to John Cheshire, at Hendon, Thrown 
from his Cart, 21/5/ 

at a Church at S3rracuBe, from the Flooring 



Giving Way at a Concert, 7/7/ 

to Mr. Clowes, Drowned on Whitby Sands, 

26 a 4/— 26 a 7e— 29 a 7c— 3 « 9 e 

to Miss Martha Ann Cook, Killed by Ma- 
chinery at Bamsley, 29 « 7/ 

to Mr. Oosway, Killed at Tiverton, by 

Falling from his Horse, 30 « lie 

to Mrs. Charlotte Crouch, Run Over and 

Killed at Charing Cross, 16> 12 d 

to John Cushion, KiUed by Falling off a 



Scaffold in Seymour Place, 29 ; 1 1 / 

— to Albert de Groote, Shot by a Revolver 
Discharged by the Opening of a Drawer, 7 a 
10 c 

— to Sub. Lieut. Dillou, on the Lexton Road, 
4 a 9y— 5 a 10 c 

to Jud^ Doolittle, FaUing Out of a Vessel 



at Sea and being Drowned, Sj9/ 
— to Private Driscoll, from his Arm being 
Shot off at Woolwich, 24 » 3/— 25 a6d 
at the East London Railway Works, to Five 



Labourers, IjlSf 

— to Mr. Edwards, Drowned in the Thames, 
at Reading:, 6 / 7 /" 

— to Mr. Edward Emery, Drowned in the 
Ihames when Attempting to Save a Child, 4 
a 12 a 

— to Capt. Eyre, Run Over by his Own 
Carriage, 31 a 3 e 

... RxTtlosinn of a Ruilor at TTartl0v*fi Wnrka. 



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p^f»ri 



Accidents (continued), 

Explosion of Fireworks at Northa,mpton, 23 

. ; 12 a— 29y 1) a— 30 j 12 c 
of Gaa at Gresham Villa, Catfordr 8 a 

10 6 

of Gunpowder at Chil worth MilU, 4 <i 9 



/—ll aGc— 20oa« 

to Jonathan Farmer, Accidentallj Shot by 



his own Gun in a Shooting Gallery at Hereford, 
13a 66 

— to Charlotte Fewe, Run Over in St. Fancras 
Boad, 26 5 6 c 

— to Augustus Fred. Field, Drowned in the 
Lea, 12 o 10 « 

— to Mrs. Finch, Thrown from her Mare in 
the llunting Field at Farnborough, 10 s 5 a — 
11 #9/- 

— to Arthur Henrv Fooks, Drowned while 
Bathing at Dawlish, 14 a 8/ 

— Fall of a Building near Islington Green, 8 
j 10 a 

of Two Old Houses in Clare Market, 15 



sSb 

— to Miss Lavlnia Goodc, Killed by a Run- 
away Carriage, 15 a 9 e 

to Mark Greon, Falling into a Skylight 



when Larking with the Servants at Knights- 
bridge. 8 • 5 /— 10 * 9/ 

— to Miss Handley and her Coachman, Killed 
by the Horses Running Away. 2G a 10 /' 
to Edward Hanson, Drowned near BriJport, 



29ill a 

— to Ed w. Harrington, Shot by the Accidental 
Discharge of his Master's Gun, 12 o 7 e 

— to Thomas Harris. Drowned at liuscastle 
while Bathing, SO j o d 

— to George Hastrick, in Clialham Dockyard 
from a Piece of Iron Fracturing his Skull, 24 

'3/ 

— to Mr. Hicks, Thrown from his Carriage at 
Windsor, 29 » 7 /' 

— to Alfred Hill, fi-om the Di«charge of a Gun 
he was Handing Through a Hedge, 21 » 8 c 

— to James Hogan. Killed iii a Well near 



Leicester Square, 12 n 10 rf 
— to Jftincs J. Hudson Run Over by a Tram- 
way Cnr at Po(!kham. 18 a 5 c 

to James Humphreys, Drowned at Chol>oa 



Bridge. 2i)j 11 a 

— to Thos*. Hurst, Drowned while Bathing at 
South ShicMs. 27 1 11 A 

— to the TvvinvUuf.. by the Bursting of her 
Boiler. 29 » 3 « 

— at I>rm«7tnn, from the Roof of a Fire Proof 
Hou-e Fall in jj: in. 23 / 10 «• 

to Geo. W. Jefifcry, Drowned by the Upset- 



ting nf his rnu^^e at Twickei ham, 18 r; 4 /r 
— to Oswald Jones, Drowned at Zurich, 25 



/9/ 
to T'hilip, Jtmes Acciden'nlly Shot by a 

Sihool Kt'llow at Wroxion. 2 ti 7 f — 15 n of 
to Willinni K(rsU'v, Killed by ihe Kick of a 

Horse, 19 a 9 /' 
to a Lndy. Killed by P'alling into the Valley 

of Mo cjfif. H s U) (I 

— t(» Daniel ( Inrke T^awronce. Killed by a 
tick' from a Hor.>^e at ^Vnnd^\vonll, 13 a (J e 



Accidents (continue i) . 

to George Lee and Robert Wigg, at tke 

Midland Hallway Terminus, 17ji' 5 a 
to Mrs. CaptAin Lockhart. by Falling Down 

the Hoscgg Glacier, 1 « 3 e — 2 s S d 

to Mr*. Captain Lynch, Thrown from h?r 



Mare in tbe Hunting Field at Faraborough, lo 
toa—llsdf 

— to Mp. Charles W. Lyon, Killed by being 
Thrown from his Horse, 22 « LO c 
■-^ to a Man, Di-uwucd in the Serpentine, Si 
j86 

to Garth Marshall, Falling Down a Creraiae 



on Mont BUnc, 3 « 8 J— 8 m 10 a— 9 s 5 e— IL 
«7«-17«8« 

— to Private M'Maaters, at Woolwich, 25 < C 
rf— 26 s 5 J 

— to Mr. M'Neile, Drowned in the Eaie, 
Recovery of the Body, \2 s 7 J 

—■ • to Thos. John Mcttellroy, Shot by his own 
Gun at Greenhithe, 17 « 3y 

to the Mill Bank Colliery Powder Magazine 



Struck by Lightning. 4*3/ 
— Narrow Escape from Drowning at Pegwell 
Bay, 11 a 10 c 

to .Tonathan Kewhouse, from the too Suo- 



cessf h1 Working his *• Solar Armour,'* 21 j \e 
— to the Oriiina^ her Boiler Bursting and 
Killing Two of the Crew, 22 > 5 e 

to Lady Ormathwaiie, her Carriage Horsd 



Taking Fright, 29 « 9 c 

— to M'. Pidsley of Exeter. Killed by the 
Discharge of a Gun he was Cleaning, 17 a Hi 

— to Jo!ui William Pike, Drowned whJe 



Bathing at Gwithian, 24 ; 5 e 

to Mr. Fine, DvowulkI at Exmouth, 30 * 



11 e 

— at Pittsburg, from the Floods, 14 a 6 (t 

— to a Pleasure Party, from the Upf^ellLn|f 6f 
a Van in whicli they were Heturning frum 
Ro>don, U 59/' 

to Charles Gipps Pronett, Killed by flit- 



ping on the As[»haltc I'avcment cear tl»« 
Munsi<m H(>U!?e, 3y 10 c 
— to Mr. Hi h, Drowned in the Albion Baths. 
Dalston, 1.5 ^ \) d 

to a Man nameil Rogers. Drowned at ite 



Miltord Hejratta, 12 « 7 /* 

— to Mi<s IJogers. at Knsiboume, 10 « 9 ^ 

— to Nathnn Kussell, from ibe . iaehangeof* 
Gun. 1 / 13/^ 

to John Sallis, Brr:U to Death atRoche^cr, 



from the Vwww iJuildin;^ taking Fire frum liis 
Lighted Pipe. 7/11 d 

— to John Scott, a:.d Two Lads, I)j owned 4t 
^V.^l.m, 12,^ Id 
■*io Mr. Shjijlnnd, Killed by Falling from 



his Ih»rse at ilfnifombe. 30 5 11 « 
(w Mrs. Smith, ot Bedford Terrsce. flo!I»- 

wav. liurtjt to Dea.h in her Paiiour, \ si ^^ 

4 /8 d , . 
^ to Mr. Snell Killed by Falling from m 

Horse at Winkleijih. '60 s \ie 
to Mary Sparc, liun Over at Atherstooe, 24 

to a Son of Cnpt. Spencer. Drowued «n llif 



' T-.ames, 10 a 6 / 



fr^^ 



Sept. 30, 187'k] palmeb's index to " the times newspaper. 



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AcddentB (continued), 

— '- to John Stonestreet, Drowned at Grenwicb, 

I2i7d 
- — to Mrs. Sater, Accidentally Shot by her 

Son, 3lj4e 
^— to Qeorge Sykes, Killed by Falling from a 

House he was Re-decoratinj?, 4- « 8 </ 

— to Mr. Toole, Spraining bis Ankle in New 
York, 9*8/ 

to James Trower and Jas. Golden.. Drowned 

at the Welsh Harp Lake, Hendon, 22j5e 

to Two Fishermen named Le Huguet, 

Drowned near the Ecrehos Rocks, 29ji' 11 a 

* — '- at a Wake in Dublin, the Flooring Giving 

Way and the Whole Party Sinking to the 

Basement, 8 a 12 a 
to Hon. Marayen Wassoobo, Killed by the 

Falling in of his House, 7 aB a 
to Martin Whish, Drowned at Charmouth, 

26a A f 

— to Mrs. Mary White, Burnt to Death at 
Lambeth, 10 s 7 d . 

to Mr. Wilton, on Snowdon, 22 a 4 (f— 26 a 

7e 

' Inquiry about, 24 a 9 e 

Notes about, 28 a 4/ 

to Frank Young, Drowned while Bathing 

in the Avon at Bath, 27 ; 11 6 
— r- to Mary Young, a Farm Renrant, Shot by 

a Gun Presented to her in Play by a Young 

Boy, 18a 66 
ACCIDENTS— MINING :— 

Notes about, 20 ; 10 b- 29 J 11 a 

at Charity Colliery, Bedworth, 17 s 6/— 18 

*3&— 21»9/" 

" Superstitious Influence from, 28 « 11 d 

— : Explosion at Incc Hall Coal and Cannel 

Company, Wigan, 20 j 9 a— 21 j 10 a—Slj 6 e 
of Fire Damp at Bellevue Colliery of 

Dour, 3 s 8 <t— 4 »Ba 
' at Craigends Coal Pit, Kiloyth, 27 a 

at Heskin Hall Colliery, 24 a 5 b 

• — at Noberley Hall Colliery, 25 a 4 0—1 2 » 6 s 

at the Oaks Colliery, nfeaf Barrisley, 26 a 4 « 

■7— at Radstock Colliery, near Bath, 80 » 12 a 

•^ — ^ in the Pendriiindi^a Mine, Cornwall from 

the Ground Above Falling in and Killing Four 

Men, 15 • 3 6 

— ^ at the Phosniz Minfe, Killing Two Brothers, 

. ^Vhile Blasting a Hole, 15 « 8 6 
ACCIDENTS-EAILWATr-r . 
"*"— Tyler (Capt.) Reports oh, 21 / 12 a 

^ Notes about, 2Sj7 e 

' — I at Addison Boad Station to a Man Attempt- 

• ing .to Enter a Train in Motion, 14 a 8/ 
' — at Altnavi^ach Station, 8 a 8/ 
-*— at Ardler Junction, 28 • 10/ 
at Ash Green, from a Run-away Carriage, 

■ — at Atherton Station, Official Inquiry into, 

" — at Bargaed Station, 13 a 6 rf 

'^~--' at Belsize Tunnel from the Uncoupling of 

the Csrriages, 26 a 5 </ 
**^ aj Chamoy, 17 » 4 c 



Accidents — ^Railway (continued). 

at the Citadel Station, Carlisle, 21 5 11 6 . 

at Clapham Junction, 6 a 7/— 8 a 7 b — 15 

a 7/ 
at Elstree Station, to a Children's Train, 24 

i 12 a— 22 « 4 o 

at Epping Level Crossing, to Three Horses, 



6 a 7/ 

— at Esher, 4 # 3 e •• 

— at Kemsing Station, 14^' 5 «. 
at Ludgate Hill Station, from the Bursting 



of the Steam Pipe of the Engine, 21 j \0 d 

— at Norton Bridge Station, 26 s 8 6 

— at St. Pancras Terminus, 16 ; 11 y 

— at Willesden SUtion, 5 « 9 /* 

— to Miss Baker, at Woodford, 21 « 11 & 
Notes about, 21 « 11 6—23 1 10 6— 24 s4 



d-^h « 4 & 

— to Edward Barnes, Killed at Bant-Bridge, 
Layland, 20 a 7/ 

— to Francis Brown, at Red Hill Station, 12 
j66 

— to William Chance, near Bransford Station, 
27 j 6 f 

to l)avid Herbert Chaplin, Killed at Mar- 



jaretting Level Crossinjor, 4 ; 7 e 

— to Wm. Cheshire, Killed at Mile End. 18^9/' 

— to Alfred Church, Killed by Falling off his 
Engine near Harwich, 14 a 3 / 

— to Arthur Alfred Dean, Killed at Twicken- 
ham Station, 28 « 7/ 

to an Express Train from Windsor, Canada, 



13 ; 9 e 

— to a Fireman, near Bicester, 14 » 6 « 

— ^to Henry Francis, Killed at Swithfield 

Goods Station,. 8 i 12 c 

— r to aX^oods Train on Fire near Summer lane, 

Bamsley, 26 « 7 6' 

to ^. Nicholas Hunter, at Sheldon, 11 j 



loy 



to James Jenkins. Killed at Farringdon St. 
Station, 3. a 12 6—5 a 9/ 
-^ to Mr. Iteddie, Killed by having his Head 
Smashed when Looking Out of Window of a 
Carriage at Peebles, 8 a 12 6 

— to Richard Kirk, at Bedford, 27 ; 6/ 

— to Mark Lamb, near Bicester, 14 < 6 e 

— to Henry Lunn, Killed at Three Bridges 
Station, 8; 12 c— 21^11 c 

— near Liverpool, iijjte ' 
to Caroline Long, Killed at Bethnal Green 



Junction, 27 j ^ f 

— Mail Car Burnt near Petersburg on yie 
Ohio Railway, 28 i 7/ 

— to a Man Found Decimated near W^oolwieh, 
28/5 6 

at Charlton Station, 17 a 12 d 



— to Sarah Ann Merritt, Killed at the Bark- 
ing Level Crossing, 20 a7 f 

— ; to John Thomas Moorhouse, Decapitated' 
on the La^icashire Rail 22 a 6 a 

— to Frank Newton, Killed at Nine Elms, 18 
^9/ 

— to the Northern Railway at Arrivalen, 4 a 
12 a 

— to Henry Peters, at Three Bridges Stati< 



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PAUIKR's INDKX to ^ TOE TIITES *' NEWSPJkFKK. 






Accidenta — ^Bail-vray (continued), 

to William Sargent, KiUed in liearinpr a 

Train in Motion at the Crystal Palace Station, 
22a 6a 

to Daniel Sjamnor, KiUed at Charlton Sta- 
tion, 18 a 9/ 

te a Stoker at St. Neot's Station, 18 i 12 ( 

to Mra. Taylor, at New Brompton, 8^ 12 c 

— ^ to Charles Thome, a Plate-layer, at Putney, 
18y 12 6 

to the Train from Bangor, 19 » 9/ 

near Richford, Vermont, being Plunged 



into a River the Bridge haying been Swept 
Away by the Floods, 29 a 7 « 

— to Two Little Girls named PiUinger at Box 
Station, Bath, 17 a 12 e^ 

— to Charles Wade, Killed at St. Pancras 
Station, 14 a 3 /^ 

— to Samuel Walker, Killed at Victoria Sta- 
tion, Mandhester, 21 « 12 a 

to Henry Wiiliams, at Wimbledon Station, 

— to Workmen near lUseborough Cutting, 21 
ah e 

— near Wormwood Scrubs, 7 s 8^—9 » 4/ 

— Collision at Accrington, 4 « 8 a 

at Battersea, 29 « 5/ 

at Bars Court Station, 28 • 11 d 

at Carlisle Cxtidel Station, 21 1 11 6--.22 s 



6c 



»^d 
jee 

84d 



•7/ 



at Clartnce Junction, Official Inquiry, 12 
near Condover Station, Official Inquiry, 13 
at Dalbeattee Station, Official Inquiry, 24 

r 

atDundalk, 2B i U d 

at Harley Station, near Huddersfield, 30 

at Heaton Norris, SjS f 

at Hereford Station, 30s7 f 

near Kilnhurst, 27 ; 7 e 

between Ince and Hindley Stations, 7 / 

at Mandlands Bridge near Preston, 7 t 

at Merthyr Station, Official Inquiry, 13 j 

at Offord Station, 28 s 11 ef 

at Oxford Road Siding, 25 j 11 &— 26 t 

at Paddington Terminus, 22^ 5 e 

at Salford Station, 28 1 11 </ 

near Salford, 21 « 11 & 

between Stafford and Nuneaton, 6; 14 c 

at Soho Station, Official Inquiry into, 25 

at Thorpe, Frightful aud Fatal, 12 < 8 a 
— -U t 8 d— 16 s 6 c— 17 s 6 e— 21 s 11 c— 22 s 
3/_-.24 s 4 rf— 25 « 7 /*— 28 s 10 c 

Notes about, 15 s G d^lS s 6 d— 19 s 



Ud 
6e 



7c 



f 46 



11 b— 22 8 8 rf— 23 8 10 C--25 s 4 €—26 • 6 rf 

Official Inquiry, 22 « 8 c— 26 s 6 <^-29 



8 5 e— 30 8lQd 

at Walton Junction, 20 j 8/ 

at Waterloo Station, Livjerpool, Official 

jinvirv. 15 s 5 6 



Accidents —Baxlway (rovUimitd). 

Collision at Wellington Road Coal Depot, 

near Stockport, Officiid Report, 25 < 4 6 
;iear Wellow, 13; 12 e— 16> 11 a 



Accidents in Factories, Official Return, 16 « 6 • 

Accuracy — a Carp*s Age, 25 « 10 6 

Ace (R«v. Dr. Daniel) on the Title " Bererend,* 

14 a 4/ 
Acheen, War in, <ae Sumatra 
Adams (A. Leilh) on Birds and Cholera, 11 f 

5 d 
(Francis) on Emigratimi to a Free Conntiy, 

20 (I 3/— 22 a 4 <^ 
Adderley (Sir C. B.) on the Excursion Seaioa, 

18 / 8 c 
ADMIRALTY OOUBT :— 

31 a 9 rf 

the Amertqw, 17 j 11 d 

the a S. Butler, 7 a lib 

the Catherine Cahners, 28 ;' 11 6 

the Z>e^a— the Erminia Fosooh, 31 ; U h 

the Eagle, 30 j* 11c 

the Edward Hawhine, 2ZJ 11 a 

the Fire King, 8 a 11 a 

the Here, 21 j 11 e 

the Jame8 Armsinmg, ^j 13 h 

XhtMiddleUm, 29ill« 

the5yrtu, 8ill/ 

Admiralty Pier, Dover, 25 a 6 6 
Adulteration of Food, Official Report on, 13 J C i 
Act, and the Government, Deputation to^ 

16; 11/* 
Adventurous Youth — ^Herbert Roes, 27 a 4/ 
Africa. Cameron-Livingstone Expedition, «t 

Cambbon 
CoL Gordon's Expedition in, 10 a 8 d-Wa 

12 a— 18 a 4/— 19 8 6 o— 29 8bd 
African Exploration to the Interior of, fm 

Grermany, 5 « 5 a 
Explorers, Murder of M. M. Dounumx sal 

Joubert, 23 i* 10/ 
Agricultural Labourers* Cottages, 7 f 5 a— 11 ' 

K *• 1 T » t\ li 

Lock-Out, 6 i 6 rf— 11 i 12 a— 14 i 10 rf-?4 

; 10 J— 28 ; 8 a— 30 j 10 a— 6 c 10/— W s 

12 a 
Balance District in the Exning District 4 

a 11a 

Deputations about, 16; 9 /* 

Resolution of the Executive Comimttee^ !t 

o7y 
Farmers and Labourers at Aie Outset o{, 11 

a 8 c— 21 fl 8 6 
and the Harvest, Notes about, 22 * 5 c— 35 

8 10 6—28 87 d 

Harvest Prospects, 6 ; 6 d— 24 j 10 d 

Import of Irish Labourers to Fill up ths 

Want, ejGrf 
the Labourers' Letter to the Wilford Hub- 

drcd Farmers for Advance of Pay, 19 a 8 e 

the Lock-Out a Discharge, 6 a 10 / 

Manifesto of the Committee on the CoDip* 

of the Union, 14 a 4 6 
Meeting of Delegates at Peterboroogfat SI i 

11 6 

of the Federal Labourers' Unir- '- *^ 

clarc the Lock-Out at an End. 30 i^ 



Apl. 80y 1874.] PALUBR'd IKDEX TO ''THE TlUfiS " NEWTSPAPSR. 



Ama 



Agricaltiiral Labourers' Meeting at Victoria. 

Park, 7/ 10/ 
Meetings of the Executiye at Leamiugton, 

8; 6 a— 28 j « a— 4 a 12 d 
' Notes about, 23 a 3 e— 29 a 6 6 
1 'erquiaites, 8 « 9 a — i # 6 a 



— Pilgrimage of Labourers, 2j 12 a — 4/ 5 
18 j 11 a—22j 11 e— 28/8 a— 31 J 11 c— 1 a 
12 a— 10 a 12 a 

at Bradford, for Begging, 10 a 12 a 

Banquetted at Coventry, 4 j 5 c 

Financial Result of, 29^ 11 a 

at Sheffield, 18j 11 a 

Results of the Lock-Out, 20 o 6 a 

Mr. Sabin's Offer and liesult at Exning,- 

SOilOa 
■ ■ Specimen of Union Literature, 4 a 11 a 



Earl Sponcer on, 21 » 9/ 

— — Statistics of the Eastern Counties Look- 
Oat, 19 a 4/— 20 a If 

— Wages and Labour in the Eastern Counties, 
30s 8 c 

Agricultural Returns of Great Britain for 1874, 

12s6e 

Societies Shows, 24 j 8 rf— 31 j 12 a 

Topics, M. P*s on, 11 « 4 a 

Alabama Claims — ^Washington Mixed Commis- 

tion. Notes about, 31 a 8 « 

— Amount paid, 29 s 9 6 
Albert Bridge Company, 21 5 6 6 

— Medal — ^Official Notice of its Award to Mr. 
Webster, 11./ 1 1 1 

Alexandra Park Horse Show, Horss 

— Pala'^e Horse Show, see7J I2e 
All Hallows, Bromley, lo all d 

Allen (John) on St. David's Cathedral, 14 a 6 6 

(Rev, John) on the Wiltshire Labourers, 26 

<106 
Aflnatt (Dr.) on the Comet, 20 / 7/ 
Almonte (J. Jara) on Peruvian Affairs, 0/96 
Almost Incredible — ^Leaving a Boy to Drown, 

16/6/ 
Alps — the Upper Engadine, 9 « G a 
Alum and Am root ua Company, 29 a 7 a 
Amadeo (Ex-King of Spain) on Spanish Affairs, 

17;8o 
Ambiguous Language — Glynde Harvest Home, 

2»5d 
AHEBIGA :— 

' Agricultural Department Report, 17 ; 6 o 

—4 a 3 /—4 a 13 u— 7 a 3 6—14 a 8 a— 17 a 
10 6~19»6<i 

• Alabama Republican Convention, 8 « 9 a 

Anglo-American Commission Payment of 

Award to British Subjects, 22 sS a 
~— Anniversary of American Independence, 6 

i76 
- — Appointments, 6 / 7 a 

Arkansas "Little War." 3/4 d— 4 a3e 

Negro Riots in, 12 a 3 a 

• — Atrocities in the States, the President 
Strongly Condemns, 4 5 3a 

Beecher-Tilton Scandal, see BEEcncn 

Libel Suit Against Tilton Dismissed, 6 a 

6 a 

Belknap (Commander) Deep Sea Soond- 



America (continued), . 

Black Hills Tract, Discoveries in, 14 « 6 a 

British Embassy at Washington, the New. 

and Costly, 24 s 8 6 

— Census. Probable Future of, 14 » 9/ 

— Centennial Exposition, 6j7 a 

— — Breaking of the Ground for, 26 / 10 e 
— Initial Proceedings, If 5 10 a 



4.%. 



— Cheap Transportation War, 14 a 6 a 

— Child Stealing for Ransom in Philadelphia, 
6a3« 

— Civil Rights Party Defeated in Tenessee, 8 
a 5 a 

— Commercial Intelligence, I y 12 b — 2 J 5 b 






—3/ 12 «— 4 ; 6 a— 7y 12 a— 8 / 6 a— 9 j 7 b 
— 10/12 ff— 11/ 6 a— 13 7*7 6-14/5 6—15/ 
12 6— 16> 6-6—17/6 a— 18^5 0—20 / 7 o— 
21/6 ff— 22 / 5 a— 28 / 6 a— 24 / 6 a~2» ; 5 a 
—27 / 6 6—28/ 6 a—29j 6 a— 30/ 6 a— 31 / 6 
a — 1 a 6 a — 8 a 5 a — 4 a 12 a — 6 a 3 q — 6 a 5 
a— 7 a 5 a—S a 6 a— 10a 66^11 a 6 a— 12 a 3 
a— 13 a 6 a— 14 a 3 a— 15 a 5 a— 17 a 6 6—18 
a 3 a— 19 a 6 a— 20 a 3 6—21 a 6 a~-22 a 3 6 
—24 a 6 a— 26 a 3 a— 26 a 3 6—27 a 6 6—28 
a 3 6—29 a 5 a— 31 a 3 a— 1 s 8 a— 2 a 3 a — 3 
#3 6—4 8 3 0—5*6 6- 7 » 3 6—8 t 3 a— 10 a 
5 a— 11 8 3 6—12 8 6 6—14 8 i 6—15 j 3 6— 
16 V 6 a— 18 8 3 o— 19 t 5 a— 21 a a a— 22 a 3 
a— 23 * 6 6— 24 « 3 6—25 a 3 6—26 a 5 6—28 a 
5 c— 29 s 3 6—30 sbb 
— CJongress, Meeting of the First, 24 « 3 6 
and its Invesiigating Committee, 25 



10 b 



; 



and its Polygnmist Member, 25 / 10 6 
Proceedings in, 25 ; 10 6 



— Conshatta, Conflict of Whites and Blacks 
at, 2 s 3 a — 5 sob 

— the Constitution and the Late Acts of tlio 
President, 30 5 6 d 

— Corn (irops, 23 / 5 a 

— ' Cotton Manufacturers of New England, 
Proposed Rexluction, 28 « 5 c 

Crop, 5 « 5 6 

First Bale of the New Oop, 4 o 3 s 



Reports, 1/12 6—2 ; 5 6—3 / 12 «- 7 / 

12 a— 8 ; 6 a— 9/ 7 6—10 / 12,a— 11 / 5 a— 13 
,• 7 6—14 ; 5 6— 15/ 12 6—16 ; 5 6—17; 5 a— 

20 ;• 7 6—21 / 5 a— 23 / 5 «— 24 ; 5 a— 25 / 5 « 
—27/ 6 6—28 J 6 a— 29 ; 5 a— 30/ 5 a— 1 « 

a — 3 a 5 a — 4 a 12 a — 6 a 3 a— 6 a 5 a — 7 a 5 
a — 8 a 6 a — 10 a 6 6—11 a 5 a— 12 a 3 a— 14 
a 3 a— 15 a 6 a— 17 a 5 6—18 a 3 a — 19 a 6 a 
—20 a 3 6—21 a 6 a— 22 a 3 6—24 a 5 a— 25 
a 3 a— 26 a 3 6—27 a 6 6—28 a 3 6—23 a 5 a 
—31 a 3 a— 2 s 3 a— 3 a 3 6—4 a 3«— 5 j 6 6 
—7*3 6—8 * 8 a— 14 s 5 6—16 a 5 a— 18 * 3 a 
'J— 19 a 5 a— 21 a 6 a— 23 j? 5 6—24 * 3 6—26 a ■ 
6 6—28 a 6 c— 29 3 3 6—30 #66 
— Custer's Black HilU Exploring Expedition, 

21 a 6 a — 1 a 10 a — 15 .^5 6 
Attacked by Sioux Indians, 21 a 6 a — S 



tt\ . tn . 



«9a 

—r- Demands on Spain in the Matter of the 

Virginiua^ 21 ; 5 a 
— Diplomatic News, 4/5 a — 26 a 8 6 — 15 a S- 

a — 16 » 5 a 



/Lme 



palmer's index to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 




•'^ 



America (continued). 

Elections in Mississippi, Militarj Protection 

Puring, Required, 22joa 
Equality Civil and Political, Not Social, 

Voted by Alabama, 8 < 9 a 
P^xplorations in the Centre of the Continent, 

25; 10 a 
Fenian Brotherhood, Conrention of , 9 t 5 a 

— 15 s 5 b 
Finances, 29 j 5 a — 31 j 5 a — I a 5 a — i a 

12 a— I 5 3a 

Floods in, 287 5 a— 4 a 3 e 



at Pittsburg, 200 Persons Drowned, 29 

7 5 a 

Damage from, 10 a 10 a 

Subscripiions for the Sufferers, 13 a 12 c 

Foreijjn Liabilities, 25 ; 10 6 

Fourth of July Celebration, G ./ 7 o— 25/ 10 4 

Funded Loan, 25 ; 6 a— 28 / 6 n — 29 ^ 5 a 



Geneva Award Distribution, 25 j 10 d' 

Oraisshopper Scourge, see GaAtSHOFPBits 

Great RiUway Bridge, 6 i 7 a 

Hoosac Tunnel, Formal Opening of, 25 « 5 6 

Hydrophobia and Comet Sensations, 25 j 

10 h 

Income and Expenditure, 9 # 6 a 

Indian Corn Crop, 81 a.6 e 

War, Sj 5 a— lOj 12 a— 20^ 7 6—26 ; f> 

a-^2oj 10 a—A a 3 e—14 a 6 a~-31 a S a — 8 9 

3 a— 8 5 9a 

400 Cheyenne Indians Defeated on the 



Red River, 10 s 5 a 

— Indiana Democrat State Convention, 4 a 4 a 

— Inter-collegiate Boat Race at Saratoga, 20 
j 7 a 

— July Day in, 28./ 10 b 

— Kellogg (Governor) his Abdication De- 
manded, 15 * ;^ 6—10 s 5 a — 19 s o a 

— Kerstein (T. G.) Arrest of, in New York, 9 
$ 5 a 

— Lancaster, Election Outrage at, 8 a 9 a 

— Lojiu, 10 a 10 A— 3 t 3 />— 11 » 8 6 

— Loui(?iana Outrages, 15 » 6 b — 17 • 8 h — 18 
»3«— 19*5 a— 2958 a 

Meeting of the First Congress, 24 « 8 6 



o a 



— Minnesota, Plague of Grasshoppers at, 11 y 

Mississippi and South West Pas, 31 a 6 c 
National Cotton Exchange, 3*36 

Debt, Monthly Statement, 2 i 5 6—25 ; 



10 r— 3 a 6 a— 17 a 10 «- 2 s 3 a— 15 s5b 

— Negro Riots at Austin, 18 a 5 <t — 14 a 3 a 
— 1 .V 10 a— 24 « 3 6 

— New Loan, 27 ; 5 5—24 a 6 a— 25 a B a 
Orleans, Fatal Riots, 16 5 6 a ^21 1 5 a-— 



20 5 8 a— 30 s oh 

Postage Schedule, 7 a 3 <i 

York, Democratic Convention in, 18 j 8 a 

Trade Returns, 4 a 3/ 



— 0.saye Indians Dftclare War Against, 24 
aba 

— Outrages in the Southern States, 16 a 7/ 

— Pennsylvania, Geolegicjil Survey of, 8 a 4c 

— Political Conventions, 9 * 6 o 
Postal Convention with France, 20 j 7 a — 
i 5 a 
t^residential Candidates, 21 a 6 a— 2 s 6 a 






AmerlcA (rontinued), 

Priestley (Dr. Jos.) Centenary Celebntien 

of, in Philadelphia, 17 a 10 a 
Protestant Episcopal Chnrehy CaagieM oi 

in New York, 31 a 6 c— 9 # 6 a 
Railways and Transportation Chaxfes, Liti-^ 

gation about, 25 ; 10 a — 4 a 3 s 

Mileage of/ in the United States, IbaSe 

Reciprocity Treaty with Canada, Pensyl- 



vanian Opposition to, 21 a 5 o 
Meetings about. 2 s 6 a 



t2a 



Red River Indiana, Engagements with, 22 



— Informed Episcopal Church and Iter. O. D. 

Cummins, 25 j 10 6 

Riots in the Southern States, 19 m 10 h—2i 



Sa 



Santiago Murders and Reparation, 25 jTlo d 

St. XiOujis Bridge, 25 > 10 d 

Scarcity of Work in, 7 a 3 6 

. — Sequestered Confederate J^^t^ Only for 
a Lifetime, 25 / 10 6 

State Elections, 19 a 8 6 

* Steven's Battery," Offered for Sale, 17 a 

10 6 

Tennessee Outrages and Murders, 25 5 5 a 

Texas, Indian Raids in, 25 /* 3 a 

Trade, State of, 31 a 6 c 

Treaty of Commerce, &c., with Peru, 2sSg 

Trenton, Negro Rising in, 2SaB6 • 

Trial Trips of the City 0/ Peking, 25 1 5 6 

["irgtnius and Spain, 9 j 6 6 • ^ - ' 

Waterspout at Eureka, 27 i 5 i 

Westfield River, Overflowing of, 14i 5 a 

Wilmington, Rioting in, 8 a 5 a 

Yellow Fever in, 10 s 5 or-ll » 8 b— 24 sS/ 

see New York, &c, 

America, Adulteration in, 12 s 5 6 

Agriculture, 31 a 8 e 

American Aloe in Bloom at Kew, 18 a 11/ 

Assurance Companies, 1 « 4 a 

Democrats and Republicans, 25 s 5 a 

Fish, 22 « 4 (/ 

Great Desert, 28 j 10 c 

lavestment Trust, 6j 9 d 

- Lighthouses, 25 s 7/ 

Locomotives, 1 1 « 4'/ 

Mixed Comniissiori', 29 a 8 a 

New Steamship— aV^ro/P^in^, 22»8y 

Philological AssociatioB, 13 a lU 6 

Railway Defaults, 28 a 6 a 

Savflges — Robbing a Man and Tying hinj 

on a Railway, 19 # 4/ ' 

Steamships, 25 * 9/ 

Tour, 9; 6 e 

Americans, Ages of Celebrated, 1 7 s 7 s 
Anachronism — M, Kossuth, 11 s 3/ 
Ancient Harvester, 3 a 10 6 
Italian Faurics, Price List of the Sale of t 

Collection of, 2j}2d 
Angell (Lewis) on the Sewage Question, 25 * 9 i 
Annuities and Pensions, 22 « 4/ 
Anii-Evil-Speaking Society, Founding of, «U 

Calcutta, 29 « 9 a 
Anti-Ritualistic Dt-claration, 11 » 10 /" 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Ceylon, 11 a 114 
at Hoddesdon, 18 a 7^ • 



\ jStpf, 80, i874.] rAUiEu's index to *' tue tuies " newspapeb. 



A^ 



AiUiqaErian Discoveries at Irchestcr, 21 s 12 d 

in Regent Street, 26 a G c--27 a 6 c 

in South America, 24 s S b 

' DiacoTery in a Care at Qourdan, 22j Be 

Ants in London, Notes about, 29 « 5 a 

Prodigious Swanus of, at Canonbury, 20 

a 6/ 
at Various Parts, 21 a 7 a— 22 a 9 6—24 a 

lie— 25 a 4/ 
Aiwthecaries, New Act on, 22 i 12 « 

Abstract of, S0j5a 

Appointment, New Law on the Powers of, 2 t 6 6 
Arab Horses, Capt. Upton on. 22 sTe 
Arabia — New Sultan of Lahej, 9 ; 7 a 
Arbitration Courts, Danger of, 13 y 12/ 
Archasological Congress at Stock hohnj 17 a 5 6 

-9*6 6 

Discovery at Gilling Castle, 12 s 7 <J 

• in Malta, 15 s 5 J 

Archangel Marine Insurance Company, 10 a 7 6 
Archdeaconries and llural Deaconries, 2(5 s 7/ 
AECHBS OOUET :— 

re Bettison and others, 6 j 13 d 

Boyd and others v. I'hillpots, 6 i 13 c— 18 

/ 11 e— 24 ; 11 e— 25 ; 11 a— 27 / 11 a— 7 all 

a— 10 all rf— 13 a 9/ 

Martin v, Mackonochie; G j 13 d — 8 o 11 a 

- — WiLion v» Venn and and another, 21 j 

Us ^ 

Arctic Expeditions — iixe Weyprecht-Payer, see 

AuSTftO- H UMOAUIAN 

Amhusia Training Ship, Inauguration of, 4 a 

8 6 
Argyll (Duke of) on the Scotch Patronage Bill, 

18> 12 c 
Arithmetic for Peers, Sy 5 a 
Arkwright (F.^ on Tenant Rights, 2G » 5 rf 
Armorial Bearings, 21* s 6 e 
Array and Navy Co-Operatiye Society, 25 s 4 /" 
-Artisans, Labourers* and General Dwelling Com- 
pany, 16 « 10 c 
Arundel Church, Re-Opening of , 26 s 10/ 
ASHANTEB :— 

• Capture of the robbers in Accra, 16^ 5 6 

• — - Casualties in the War, 28 74/ 
~^ Duties Levied in, 14 « 5 c 

Indemnity to Knglanil, 6 j 7 6—20 ; 6 a 

■ Capt. Lees at Coomassie, 1 « 3 a — 1 4 « 5 c 

' Miscellaneous News, dj'i 6— ISj 5 a — 17 a 

6 6—14 s5c 
Mission of Capt. Lees to Coomassie, 13 a 5 

6—1 * 8 a 

Proposed Deposition of the King, 14 a 6 c 

Revolt agjiinst tlie King, 13 a 6 6 

Sick OflScors from, 15 a 9 e 

■ War Rewards, 8 « 12 rf 

Asbwell (Canon) on Bp. Wilberforce, 16 # 7 c 
Assiniboine, First Appearance of a Steamer in, 

ZjAd 
Assizes at Chelmsford and its Resumed Last, 

lljid 
— ' at GuUilfond, 287 12 c— 29 / 12 c 
Afsociated Chamber's of Commerce, 3 ; 9 /* 

— 4y 6 a— 23 « 10 e- -24 ir 5 n—2o s 5 rf— 26 s b'b 
Astley (Sir. J. D.) at Amersby, 5 5 7 c 
A»turiag (Prince of) Piuises his Examination at 



Atkinson (John) on Colliery Accident Funds, 1 

.al2d 
Atlas Assurance Company, 2 ; 6 a 
Attorney and Solicitors, Final Examination of 
Candidates for the Roll of, 6 i 13/ 

New Act, 20 a 4 / 

Augmentation of Benefices, 24 a 1 1 c 

of Poor Livings, Special Service to Aid, 14 

August Meteors, 13 a 6 s 
AUSTRALIA :— 

Banks, Quarterly Return of, 13 a 8 6 

Case of Gardener, 1 s 5 b — 6 « 5 6 

Coggia Comet, 8 a 5 a 

Commercial Failnres in Launceston, 12 s 5 A 

Cost of Education in Queensland, 31 y 12 6 

Crown Lands, Strange Disclosure about, 31 

J 12 a 

Exhibition in Prince Alfred Park, 31 j 12 6 

Export Returns, 27 y 6 6—14 « 5 c 

Mr. Clyde's Budget Si)eech, 11 o 5 a 

Labour Market, 31 j 12 b 

Mining News, 31 i 12 c — 1 « 5 c 

Ministerial Changes, 30 / 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 23 s 5 b 

New Mail Services, 1 s 5 c 

Parliament, Slj 12 a— 1 #56 

Payment of Members, 1 s 6 a 

-; Sailing Directions, 1 « 5 a 

Victorian Ministry, 3 a 5 a 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 13 a 8 a 

Pastoral Aid Society in, 1 s 5 6 

Railway Loan, 1 s 5 a 

Railways, 81 ; 12 a — 1 s 5 o 

Revenue Return of Victoria, 17 j 5 a 

Revision of the Constitution, I s 6 a 

— ■— Scotch Clergyman in an Episcopal Pulpit, 

8iyi2a 

South— Statistics of, 14^ 7/ 

Sporting News, 13 a 8 6 

Value of Land, 31 j 12 a 

Western. New Governor, 22^ 1 1 a 

Miscellaneous News, 12 s 5 6 



Yan Yran Waterworks Company, \Z aS b 

Australian Agricultural Company, 6^ 9 a 

Budget, 31 a 3 6 

Exiles, 15 # 10 6 

Explorations, Mr. Gosses, 2 s 8 s 

Gold, Import Ri'tums, 20y 5 c 

Iron, 7 a 4 tf 

Meat Agc-ncy, 2*4 a — 3 « 5 « 

Mining Company, 27 » 7 a 

and American Steamship Company, 12 q 



10 e/ 



7 c 



and New Zealand Steamship Line, 11 a 



see New Zealand — Queensland— Vic- 
toria— New S5UTU Wales 
AUSTRIA:— 

' Agricultural Report, Gj 7 b 

Army and the Harvest, 29 ; 12 a 

Bohemian Diet, Opening of, 16 s 5 6 

Court Circular, 7/12 a—lilj 5 a 

^- — Emperor Reported Visit of to the Isle of 
W.'ght, 2a a 3 a 

at Prague, 8 s 3 a— 10 s 5 a— 10 s """ 

—11 j8u— 1X«8 c 



Aufi 



PALMEB's index to " THE TIMES '' NEWSPAPER, 



Austria (continued). 

^— Court Clrcaikr Empress {d. Tour of , 1 a 5 a 

—20 a 7/— 23*9/ 

in Brighton, 19 # 9/ 

in the Isle of Wight, 8 a 9/— 6 a 7/— 

27 « 9 /*— 10 M 9y— 12 < S rf— 18 » 7 c— 25 « 7 e 

— 29«7/ 
in London, 24 a 12 a— 25 a 7 e— 2(> a 



7e 



— Queen of England Visits, 12 a 7 e 
^^—^ Grand Duke 0)n8tantine at Vienna, Ij 

12 b—^ i 12 6 

Diplomatic News, ly 12 6—31 j 5 a 

Ferdinand (£x-£mperor) Condition of, 24* 

Zd 
Geographical Society, Meeting at Vienna, 

30«5(r 
Jesuits Superseded in Appointments, 29 s 

Za 
ManoBurrcs of the Army in Bohemia, 7 « 3 

6—15 8 9 Q— 17 B 8 </— 18 s 8 c— 25 » 8 a 
-: — Opening of the International Corn Market 

at Vienna, 13 a 6 a 

Report of the Harvest Head at, 13 a 5 a 

Frovindal Diets, Assemblying of, 18 t 3/ 

Beichsrath, Opening of, 15 « 3 a 

-»— Russian Deputation from the Knights of 

St. George to the Emperor, \j\2b 
— ^ Vienna after the S:kason, 13 a 8 <^ 

Exhibition, Awards to Exhibitors, Sa5f 



Viennese Ladies Orchestra, 13 / 12 /* 



Austrian Embassy, Banquet at, lOj' 5/ 

— Movements of, 31 a 7/ 

Nationalities, 22 « 6 d 

Austro- Hungarian North Pole Expedition under 
Lt. Payer, 6 « 6 a 7 s 3 a — 19 s 5 a — 23 s o a 
—24 8 8 a— 25 * 3 6—26 « 10 6—29 b 8 c~30 8 
II a 

King of Sweden Invites the Commander, 10 

8 B a 

Authority of Age, 4 a 7 e 

Automatic and General Sewing Macliine Com- 
pany, 14 # 9/— 16 a 5 f 

Avalon, Isle o/, 11 5 3 6 

Aylesbury Dairy Company, 27j7a 

B. 
Baden-Baden, State of, 1 t 8 c— 11 s 5 a— IG s 

86 

Price of Wales at, 10 * 10 c 

Baker (^Lt. Julian) on the Slave Trade in Egypt, 

27i6 6 
■ on Sir Samuel Baker*s Expedition. 5 a 8 6 
(Sir Samuel) Expedition, Notes about, 11a 

11/ 

and Colonel Gordon, Notes about, 25y 5 <» 



— (Samuel W.) on the Slave Trade in Egvpt, 
24 ; 10 /— 27> 5 6—1 a 12 cf 

— (T. B. L.) Increase or Decrease of Crim?, 
2 # 5 rf— 7 aSd 

on the Registration of Criminals, 22 a 



66 



(William) on the Oxford and Cambridge 
Scnoors Examinations, 8 « 5 / 
Balance Sheet, 22 j 11 e 

""-'fe's Statue, Unveiling of in Drury Lane 
_. :hcatre. 26 i 9 /" 



Balloon Riot at Sanger's Circus at Northamploiv 

9 j5a 
Voyage of M. Duruof and his Wife from 

Calais, 2 « 3 c — 4 « 3 a 

Ascends from the Crystal Palace, 15*8^ 

M. Coxwell Grants his Balloon to then,' 

14 « 9/* 

il. Daruofs Note of Thanks, 10 s 5/ 

French ^ronaiitic Club Award a Gold 



Medal to, 19 j 5 e 

Meclal'and Reward tathe Fishermen vrbo 



Saved them, 11 s 8 a— 24 a He 

Rescued by some Grimsby Fishermen, 5 



8 0/ 



Notes about, 3 s 8/— 7 s 6 e— 9 s9 c 

Recovery of ihe Balloon, 14 « 9/ 

Suicide of J. Foumier from Remorse ia 

Foixiing the Ascent, 8 s 8/ 
— - Steering Apparatus at Woolwich, 23/ 5 * 
Banfield (John) Picked up at Sea, 26 a 10 d 
Bank Act 1844, Notes about, 3 s 4 e 

Holyday» Notice about, 4 a 10 rf 

Notes— ^Loss and Kestoration of £10,000 is, 

4«4 c 
BAKKING :— 

Alliance, 9/9 a— 20 /8a 

Anglo-Foreign Banking Company, 31 a 5 o 

Anti-Califomian, 18 a 5 a 

— Australian Joint Stock of Sydney, 2ls6a 

— Austro-Ottoman, SljBa 
Bank of Austria, 2B « 5 6 

of Belgium Weekly Bet urn, 6^ 7 6—13 / 

7 6— 27 J 6 o— 4 a 12 o— 10 a 5 a— 24 a 5 6— 
7 « 3 a —14 * 6 6—21 * 5 0—28 aoc 

of Bengal, 8> 10 o— 10 ; 12 0—17/ 5 a 

of Bombay, 1 i 12 A 

of British Columbia, 15 < 4 a 

of Egypt, 16 i 11 a 

of England Weekly Returns, 3 ; 11 rr i 

b — 10 / 11 6, two notices^ \7 j 10 </, two notices 
—24 HO « & 6—31 ; 10 a & 6—7 a 7 ri & 6— 
14 a 5 a, /iro notices — 21 a 7 a, two notices — 2S 
a b by two notices — 4 a i a & h — 11 • 4 a, tico 
no: ices — 18 a i a & 6 — 25 s 4 a & 6 

Half Yeariv Meeting, 18 « 4 6 

Notes in Circulation, 3/116— 10; 11 



6—17 j 10 </— 24 ; 10 <i— 31/ 10 a— 7 a 7 a— 

14 a 6 a— 21 a 7 a— 28 a 5 6—4 a 4 6—11 a 4 

a — 18 8 4 a — 25 s 4 a 

Dividend, 12 « 7 a 

Forged Notes in Circulation, lOjll « 

Best, 11 » 4 a— 18 s 4 a 

Kise m Hate of Discount, 3 a 8 c 

Specie Held by, 3 a a— 7 a 7 a-1 * 

4 6—29 « 4 a 

of Fiance, Weekly Returns, 3j 12 a-ij 



11 6— 10 J 11 c— 18/ 10 (/— 24 i 10 c— 31 j 10 
6—7 a 7 c— 14 a 5 6—21 a 7 6—28 a o c-4 » 
4 o-ll a 4 6—18 s 4 c— 25 a 4 c— 28 s 5 6 
—^^ Amount of Specie Held by, }Sj9d 
Spurious Note s in the Balearic Isles, i 



job 



of Hindustan, China and Japan, 8/ 10 a 

of London, 11 «4 a 

of New South Wales, 7 / II o 

of New Zealand, 7/ 11 a 

of OtaiFo. 7 s A a 



- tSi^t. SO, 1874.] r almeb's index to " the tmes " newspapeb. 



Baa 



.Sanking (coniinuui), 

Bank of Prussia, Notices, 22 » 3 a 

Weekly Returns, 47 5 a— 11 3 6 tf— 20 

j 7 a—28j 6 a— 5 a 3 a— 11 a 5 a— 19 a 6 a— 
26 a 3 6—4 s 3 a— 12 s 6 a— 19 « 6 a— 28 « 5 a 
of Victoria* 30 » 6 b 



— Bankers* Clearing House, Sj 11 6— lOj 11 
6—17 ; 10 r/— 24 J 10 6—31 j 10 6—7 a 7 6—14 
a 5 rt— 21 o 7 «r— 28 a 6 i^4 5 4 6— 11 < 4 a- 
18 « 4 a & 6—25 « 4 6 
of Paris, 3 a 5 a 



Birmiagham Town and District Banking 

Companj, 26 j 6 a — 12 a 4 a 

Boston, in Liquidation, 2Zj7 a 

British Guiana, 13 a 12 c 

Cape Commercial Bank, 10 a 6 t 

Central of London, 10 r 11 a 

Charkoif Agrarian, 31 a 5 a 

aty, 9j 9 a 

and County, 13 ; 9 d— 10 a 7h 

—^ Colonial, 3/11 a 

Commerdai Banking Company of Sydney, 



28ilOc— 21<6a 

Comparison Between the Bank of England 



and the Prices of Consols and French Rentes, 
Sj 11 6—10; 11 6— 17y 10 rf— 24 / 10 a— Slj 
10 a— 7 a 7 6—14 a 5 a— 21 a 7 a— 28 a 5 6— 
4,4 fr__ii g i or^lS s 4 a— 25 54a 

— Consolidated, 8 j 10 a 

— Co-OperatiTe Tradesmen's in Germany, 8 « 

— English, Scottish and Australian Chartered 
Bank,20y8a 

— German, Increase of, 29 j 10 f 

— Hong Kong and Shaiighai Banking Corpor- 
ation, 25 a 5 a 

— Imperial, liy 6 a 
Ottoman, 30 5 6 6 



— Irish Note Circulation, Monthly Return, 9 
j 9 6—31 a 5 a— 22 5 4a 

— Joint Stock Banks, Analysis of the Posi- 
tions of , 7 a 7 a 

— Lancashire and Yorkshire, 17 j 10 c 

— London Joint Stock, 4 J 11 a— 17 ; 10 c 
and County, 31 j 10 a— 7 a 7 a 

■ and Hanseatic, 3 i 1 1 a 

• and Provincial, 23 j 7 a 

and South Western, 18 j 10 a 

and Westminster, 9 7 9 a— 16 j 11 a— 17 

i 10 c 

— Mercantile of the River Plate, 20 a 8 a 
of Sydney, 2 5 4a 

Merchant Banking Company, 15 a 7 a 
of Mexico and South America, 9 5 4a 

Metropolitan, ^j 9 a 

Midland Banking Company, 17 ^ 10 c— 2 5 

Nationi?l,16jl0cf 

of Australasia, ISj d d 

of New Zealand, 27 a 7 a 
— New Bank of Bomhay, 17^ 10 c— 10 a 7 b 
— 11 a 7 c 

London and Brazilian, 30 5 6 a 

York Association Banks, Weekly Return 
of Averages, 6/7 a— 13 ; 7 6— 27> 5 6—3 a 5 
a— 10 a 5 6—17 a 5 6—24 a 5 a— 31 o 3 a— 7 
5 3 6—14 5 5 6—21 5 6 a— 28 s 5 c 



Banking (continvedj, 

North Ejistem, 31 ; 10 a 

and South Wales, 6j 9 a 

Oriental, 26 5 6 a 

Payments in Checks to be Resorted to m 



Liverpool Instead of Coin, 31 ^ 10 a 
— Private and Joint Stock Banks, Circulation 
Returns, 14 j 10 a— 3 a 6 a— 1 5 4 a— 29 5 4a 
Scotch and Irish Banks, Circulation Re- 



turns, 14^ 10 ii— 8 a 6 a— 1 5 4 a— 29 5 4a 
AmsuDt of Specie H«td by, 3 a 6 a— 1 m 



4 a— 29«4« 

— fi*ate of Shares, in evety day's paper^ 

— Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 31 i 10 a 

— Union of Australia, 10 ; 1 1 a— 14^ 10 a 
of London, 4 ; 11 a— 9 J 9 d 



BANKEUPTOIES :— 

Abbott, Giles, 1 a 8 c/ 

Adamson, D. C. and R. L., 16 a 8 ^ 

Allan, G., 29 i 8 6 

Allison, Anthony, 8 a 8 cf 

Anderson, A., 26 a 6 c/ 

H.,l;9/ 

J., 26 5 8 6 

Angerstein, W. J. N-, 22^' 5/ 

Archibald, J., 5 5 6 a 

Ashcr, Jacob, 23 5 8 rf 

Avery, James, 19 a 8 a 

Baird, J- F., 15 a 8 6 

— Balfour, J., 26 i 5 « 

Barber, Edwm IL, 22/6/ 

Barclay, J., 6 1 6 a 

Barnes, Ephraim, 9 s 6 </ 

Barr, A., 16 5 6 a 

Barros, Gonzalez Caldas de, 1 a 8 cT 

Bateson, C„ 19 a 8 « 

Baynes, J., 29 / 8 6 

Beale, John, 8 a 8 cT 

Bedford, Thos., 5 a 3/ 

Benham, Joseph, 8 jT 8 c 

Bentham, John, 12 a 6 (f 

Berwick, Lt. W. A., 12 5 6 a 

Bevan, Lt, Henry, 18/ 6 a 

Birrell, A. R, 16 5 6 o 

Blake, James, 19 a 8 

Blunsom, James, 2 5 3/ 

Boyd, R. and F., 9 5 6 rf 

Bradbury, Wm., 9 5 6 rf 

Bradley, Joseph, 12 5 6 a 

— Brazil, Jas., 22 a 6 a 
Bristowe, C, 26/ 6 e 

Brougham, William, 29 / 8 6 

Brown, Wm.. 6 a 3/— 29 a 8 o 

Brunt, Geo. Holmes, 6560 

Bunyan, R., 15 a 8 6 

Burns, J., 15/ 8 o 

Burt, C, 8 / 8 c 

Buttifant, J., 15 o 8 6 

Calvert, John, 12 5 6a 

Cameron, C, 15/ 8 a 

— J., 23 5 8 rf 

Campbell, J., 19 a 8 « 

Carlin, M., 2 5 3/ 

Carlisle, Daniel, 18 i 6 a 

Carr, Henry, 26 a 6 d 
H. T., 25> 5 e 



Cass, James, 9 5 6 of 



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PALKER'S index to *' THE TlMliS " NEWSrArJtR. 



[Adf 



'dankruptcies (continued). 

Chadwich, li., 15i 8 a 

Chambers. C, 2d j « h 

Chard, Vincent, V2 a H a 

Chi(!he8ter, A., 22 / 5 f 

Clitfclle, L., 29 « 8 /> 

Christie and Gutch, 20^ 8 b 

— Clark, J.. 1 1 ;' 8 c 

and Thompson, 19 s 8 c 



-: Clarke. A., 18 ; 6 a 

Clift, Emma, 15 / 8 a 

Clugston, W., 2ti # 8 h. 

'-. — Cockran, John, 4/8 6 

Cocks, W. H., 16 o 8 6 

^. — Coliingwood, R. Q., 15 a 8 6 
— - Colquhoun, W., 12 a C rf 

Coopar, Charles, 22 / 5/ 

Corbett, Thos. G., 19 a'S e 

Comer, Ellen, 16 « 6 a 

-r — Costa, Lui Augosto da, 1 ; 9/ 
— :- Cottee, P., IbJ 8 a 

Cotterell, Andrew, 4/86 



Cowan, A. G., 19 a 8 e 
Crawford, A., 8 a 8 e 
J., 8flr8e 



— Crook, Wm. Jas., 23 « 8 rf 

— Cross and Cropper, 18^ 6 a 

— Cruickthank, J., 25 ; 5 « 

— Crum, J., 80 « 8 a 

— Cumming^ Fred. John, 19 a 8 € 

—7 .Cunynghame, Sir E. A. T. C, 19 a 8 e— 22 
a 6a , ^ 

— Dale, James, I aS d 

— Dalglish, D., 26 a 6 rf 

— Daniell, Wm., 1 « 8 rf 

— Davies, Elizabeth, 297 8 6 

— Davis, William, 30 s 8 4 

— D'Aragon, E^ 15 j 8 a 

— Dewey, Charles, 22 a S a 

— Dobson, Henry, 22 a 6 a 

— Dods, John Thomas, 4/8 6 

— Donald, J., 9«6rf 

— Douglas, J. B., 29/ 8 6 

— Duffy, T., 19 a 8 « . 

— Duncalf , J., 2S j 5 <? 
: — Duncan, J., 18/ 6 a 

' — Dnnderdale, Tliomas, Jun., 4/8 6 
-^^ Dnnipace, G., 22 a 6 a 

— DzialoszynSki, Lewis, 1 aS d 

— Edmonds, Henry, 26 a 6 rf— 29 

— Edwards, D., 29/ 8 6 

— Elliot, J'ofin Charles, (j 8 6 

— Elliott, Sutton John, 30 s 8 a 

— Evans, Evan Thomas, 29 a 8 a 

— Evershed, Arthur, S a Sd 

— Fairgrieve, A., 16 * 6 a— 26 s 8 6 

— Farmer and Brown, 26 j 8 6 

— rawcett,J..2<3/ 
Thos., 22 a 6 a 



aS 



Findlay, A., 22 a 6 a 

-G.B., 1/9/ 

Fleetwood, Rev. Sir L. P. H., 18/ 6 a 

Forbes, W., 8/8c 

Fortnum, T , 15 a 8 6 

Fox, T., 22/5/ 

Franklin, Benyman, 18/ 6 a 

Fumivall, WiUiam, 19 a 8 « 



Bankruptcies (rontinved), 

Fyfe, J. and J., 1 2 a 6 ^ 

Fyffc, J. W.. 18/ Ga 

Gale. Curwen J. Z., 19 i 8 c 

Gentlus, W., 12a6f/ 

Gilmour, J., 23 « 8 J 

Goad and Shepherd, 9 « 6 d 

Gordon, Patrick Fine, 29 / 8 6 

— : — Gray, Andrew, o aZjf 

J. L., 29 / 8 6 

-.-^- Green, Henry, 19 ti 8 « 

Thomas, 18 / 6 a 

Griffiths. David, 22 d 6 « 

. ^ H. T., 23 s 8 rf 

— *- Grover, Aug. Fred., 808/ 
— r- Grundy, Ellis, 6 a 3 / 

Gunn, Stephen, 26 u 6 ^ 

G Wynne, W., 5 « 6 a 

Hainsworth, J. F^ 29/ 8 6 

Hale, G., 22 a 6 a 

Hall, W., 19 a 8 e 

Hamlyn, Henry, 22 aGd 

Hannan, B.,.26 aSd 

Harding, J. C, 29/ 8 6 

Harris, W., 15 a 8 6 

Harrison, Dan. Alf., 22 a 6 a 

David, 19«8c 

Titus George, 4i 8 6 



Hartley and Walker, 6 a 3/ 
Harvte, T., 19 # 8 c 
Hawkes, Dennis, 19 a 8 « 
Haycraft, Fred. Tayfor, 1/9/ 
Hellier and Wheaton, 29 a 8 a 
Hicks, -F., 19a 8e 
Hinton, Edwin, 2*3/ 
Holdemess and Nott, 22/ 5/ 
Holly man, G., 15 7 8 a 
Holroyd, WilUam, 6^3/ 
Honoul' and Castle, 15 i 8 a . 
Howitt, Wm. OUyer, .19 a 8 « 
Hoy, William, 2^ d 6 6 
Hunter, J., 8/8 c ^ 
Ingram, W. 3 iflT/" 
James, Henry, 8 i 8 e — 16 i6a 
— Joseph, 22 a 6 a 
Jervis, Ernest Scott 26aSd 
Jones, D., 5 « 6 a 
Joyce, George Downs, 19 a 8 < 
Kay, R., 5 « 6 A 
Keen, James, 6 n 8/ 
Kelt, J., "2 i 3 /• , 

Kempner and Goldman, 16 « 6 « 
Kerr, W., 22 a 7 a 
Kershaw, £., 26 « 8 6 
Key, G., 12 a 6 ef 
lang, T. J., 4/ 8 6 
Kingmann, H., 15 a 8 6 
Lacy, Henry, 8j 8 c 
Laing,W.,22/6/ 
Lancaster, Charles James Shears, I; ?/ 
Leberman and Buirski, 556a 
Lee, Robert, 29 / 8 6 * 
Leech, Samuel, 5 « 6 a 
Leonard, J., 18/ 6 a 
Lewis, Louis, 9 s S d 
Levy, Harris, 23 8 S d 
N. H.. 1 i 9 /" 



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BftnkraptcleB (contirtued), 

Levrthwaite, Joflepk Braithwaite, 22 a G a 

Lindie, J. and I., 16 « 6 a 

-^ Lindott, Luciens, 12 5 6 a 
— — Lindsay, Edward, 12 « 6 a 

Llewellyn, Thoa., 29 a 8 a 

Lloyd and Statham, 15 a 8 6 

Low, J., 80 « 8 a 

John, 26 a 6 </ 

Lyon, J. E., 25 joe 

Maccallam, A., 19 a 8 e 

Macfayden, M'Culioch and Polonis, 30 m 



Sa 



Mackay, D., 29 a 8 a 
W. D., 12 # 6 a 



Mackellar, A., 11 y 8 c 

MackintOBh, D., 26 a 6 <^ 

Maclean, H., 2oj 5 e 

MacLellan, Eran, 8 / 8 c 

Mann and Lowden, 2 a'6f 

Mare, Charles John, 12 a 6 d 

Marquer and Eckhans, 9 « 6 d 

Martin, John, 29 a 8 a 

• R., 80 J 8 a 

Masterton, A., 29 a 8 A 

M*Bay, I. and Son, loy 8 a 

M'Callum, J., 18^6 a 

M'Connel, W^ 19 » 8 c 

M*£wen and Smith, 16 « 6 a 

M*6innia8, B., 8 a 8 « 

M*Govem, J. H., 16 # 6 a— 19 # 8 c 

Mlntyre, Donald, 8 a 8 rf 

J., 15 9 8 a 

M*Janne8, H., 23 « 8 rf 

M'KnJght, T., 19 * 8 c 

M'Lean & Co., 25 ; 6 « 

M'NiBh and Candiish, 23 « 8 d 

M'Pheraon, Alex., 23 « 8 </ 

M* William, G., ^j%b 

Meik,T. C, 16«6a 

Melandri, G., 16 * 6 a 

Merriless. A., 29 a 8 4 

Merrin, Henry, 4^8 6 

Messer, W. R., 19 a 8 « 

Miller or Thorns, Mrs. M., 5 a 3/ 

R., 12 # C o 

— Mills, George, 8 j 8 c 
— <— Monckton, Crompton and Doughty, 
8a 

Morey, Cliarles, Jan., 80 s 8 a 

Morris, Hugh, 23 a S d 

- — Munro, J., 8 i 8 c 

Murray, S. G.. 15 i 8 a 

— ^ Newton, Joseph, 22 a 6 a 

Nilsson, Carl., 8 i ft c 

Niven, W., jun., 12 a 6 rf 

Northmore, Mary, 30 s 8 a 

• 0*Hara, Christopher, 16 * 6 a 

Oldfleld. WUliam, 23 s 8 rf 

Oman, G., 11^8 c 

• Osmond, Geo. Mattingly, 1 a 8 (f 

• Parker, John, 4/86 

- — Parkinson, James, ^6 t 8 6 

Patch, Alfred, 12 o 6 rf 

Paterson, T., 25 ; 5 « 

Pembe rton. J., 11 j* 8 c 



Bankraptcies (eoniinued), 

Pinker ton and Son, 1 j 9/ 

Pitron and Valney, 1 a 8 c/ 

Pollard, Edward H^ 4 ; 8 A 

Pringle, G. U., 9 « 6 d 

Pritchard, J. D., 16 s 6 a 

Powell, T. H., 15 J 8 o 

Radford, WUliam, 1 ; 9/ 

Reaton, J., 16 s 6 a 

Richardson, J., 19 a 8 e 

Riddell, Wm., 19 a 8 c 

Ridgway. Edw., 16 s 6 a 

Riga!, Harris, 22 a 6 a 

Robertson, J. A., 16 a8 & 

S. S., 19#8c 



W., 2 # 3 



3/ 
, Jas 



Robinson, James, 23 « 8 cf 
Rodgers, W., 19 * 8 c 
RoUeston, Wm. Villett, 1 a 8 rf 
Rose and Waldman, 12 t 6 a 
Ross, J. M. and A., 8 a 8 « 

— T.,4i8 6 

Ronntree, Thos., 12 s 6 a 
Roy, A., 26 a 6 </ 
SandUands, R., 22^6/ 
Savage, Joseph, 16 s 6 a 
Schondorf, Michael, 18^ 6 a 
Scott, A., 9 « 6 <i 

— Ernest Melancthon, 6 a 3/ 
John, 29 a 8 6 



29 a 



Shaw, T. and J., 15^ 8 a 

Sheffield, James, 12 < 6 a 

Sheridan, Henry Brinsley, jun., 5 a 3/ 

Sherwood, Wm., 1 a 8 rf 

Sidwcll, John Simkin, 19 a 8 e 

Simmons, Edward, 1 o 8 e/ 

Simpson, J., 22 j 5/ 

Slight, J., 29 aSb 

Smith, G., 18i6tt 

Henry, 9 s 6 rf 

Job Henry, 5 sQa 

- John, 4 j 8 6 

Starmar. E., 19 a 8 e 

Steer, William, 9 « 6 rf 

Stewart, I), R., 12 a 6 <2 

Stirling, J., 23 « 8 d 

Story, Henry D., 

Stott, Anne, 12 a 6 (/ 

Stovald, Henry, 2 sS f 

Stubbs, Ralph, 15 a 8 ^ 

Sturdy, Thos., 22 a 6 a 

Sturgess, J., 25 ;' 5 e 

Swap, G. C. and W., 22 i 6/ 

Swarbrick, Richard, 18^ 6 a 

Sylrester and Price, 26 * 8 6 

Taylor, J., 22^6/ 

Tate, H., 23 s 8 rf 

Tebbit, John, jun., 19 a 8 e— 22 a G a 

Thomas, James Sinnett, 5 a 3 / 

Thompson, J., 15 a 8 6 

Thomson, J., 25j5e 

Wm., laSd 



; 



Thomeloe, George, 5 a 3 / 
Thrane, F. C, 15 a 8 6 
Toppin, E., 15 a 8 6 
TurnbuU, G., 12 s 6 ai 
Uaher. John F.. 2 « 8 f 



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Bankruptcies (continued). 

Viner, John, 29 j 8 6 

WaWram, W. E.and E., 1 a 8 rf 

Walford, F., 9 j 6 rf 

Walker, G. W., 18; 6 a 

J., 19 » 8 r 

— Walls, John Fatmore, 6 a 3/ 

Walsh, Joseph, 9 j 6 rf 

Ward, Benjamin, 29 ; 8 6 

Wardle, F., 29 ? 8 6 

Waraer, John, 19 * 8 c 

Warrener, Thomas, SjSc 

Watt, R.D., li9/ 

Waygood, E.. 1 a 8 </ 

-^ Weaver, Henry, 15 a 8 6 

Whall, John, 6 s 6 a 

White, A., 29y 8 6 

Wight, W., 2 « 3 /• 

Wilde, Wm. Samuel, 4/ 8 b 

Wilkie, J., 16 a 8 6 

— Wilkin; on, Stanley Power, 11 / 8 c 
Williams, E., 4; 8 6 

John, 22 a 6 a 



Wilson, J., 5 a 8/ 

— R., 11; 8 c 

Worthington, Rer. T., 16 i 6 a 
Wright, Andrew, 6 < 6 a 

— John Robert, 1 ; 9 / 

— W.D., 2276/ 
Young, Charles, 4; 8 & 

T. H., 1(5 # 6 a 



BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLEI):— 

Banks, J., 4; 8 6 

•^-»- Benhaxn, J., 15 • 8 6 

Beran, H., 22 a 6 a 

Bishop, J. W., 22 a 6 a 

Bolingbroke, John Henry, 29 a 8 a 

— Broom, J., 8 ; 8 c 

Chadwick, EUen. 2 # 3/ 

Clearer, William, 29 a 8 a 

Courtenay, K. B. Lord, 12 a G c/ 

— Forgie, J^unes, 5 sOa 

— Frost, Clement, 1 a 8 <f 
Fuchs, A. J., 4/86 

— Fysh, Jas. Hemry, jun., 1 a 8 d 
Graves, W. H., 1 ; 9y 

Grouse, E., 19 a 8 « 

Hamilton, Lord Charles, 22 a 6 a 

Harvey, Chnrlet, 29 ; 8 6 

Hodge, A., 26 # 8 /» 

Holroyd and Bottomley, 8 a 8 rf 

— Innian, W. B., 25; 6 e 

Kearsley, Edw., 2*3/* 

Morris, S., 9 » 6 rf 

*> — Park, James Allen, 5 i 6 a 

Phillips, Uriah, 18; 6 a 

PoUard, Edw. Hutchinson, 29 ; 8 6 

Rendall, S., 4; 8 b 

Robinson, R., 15 a 8 6 

Simpson, Geo. Robert, 6 a 8 / 

Skeet, Thomas JefiF, 26 a 6 a 

— Warren, George, 29 a 8 a 

Wilkinson, Thos. George, 23 s 8 cf 

BAMKBUPTOT OOUBT:— 

-^— Days of Sittings, in every day*s paper 

" — Notice of Sitt^s for llast Examination, 4 

1ft 



Bankruptcy Gomrt CconiinueJ). I 

Public Kxaminations, 1; 9/— 4; SMjfjl 

c— 11 y 8 c— 15 ; 8 a -18; 6 c— 22/ 5/-25;l 

5 e— 29; 8 b—l a 8 d— 6 a 3 /— « a 8 rf-12s| 

6 rf— 15 a 8 5—22 a 6 a— 26 a 6 d— 29o8«-| 
2«8/— 5 ff6fl— 9* 6d—12 * 6 a— 16i6fl-| 
19 » 8 c— 23 J 8 d— 26 s 8 6—30 sBa 

ex parte Ash worth — in re Hoare, 21; 11 » I 

Bremner, Goo. Wm., 17 ; 1 1 < I 

Burrs & Co., 7 j 11 a—Sj 11 f—l aUc \ 

Chard, Vincent, 23 < 11 € 

Chatwood, Samuel, 3 « 9 I 

Chaniiing, Thos. E. J., 6 / 13 d I 

Courtenay, Lord, 9; 13 c I 

Cranston, Edwin, 25^' 116 j 

Cravf-ford, Alexander, I>ividend Pn^ottU 

2; 6 a J 
Cunynghame, Sir Edw. A. T., 81 a 9 *-l 

re Danvcrs, J. H., 28 a 9 d— 4 1 9 a j 

De Barros, G. C, 2 # 9^ j 

•^— re Estcourt, Samuel, 13; 13 d j 

re Fahrenbach, Albert, 27 ; 11 6 

re Fruhling & Co., 7 a 11 6 j 

Gerothwolil, B. S^ 81 ; 11 6 j 

• • Godrich, Francis, jun., 8; 12 n 1 

"—^ Gordon, P. P., 16 a 11 6 j 
re Grant, Biodie and Co., 7 a- 11 6—10 j 

lie 

Hahn, Peter, 15 « 10 a . 

Harrison, C. B,, 8 7 12 a ] 

Holderness, Nott & Co., 1 a 10 6—1 a 11 ei 

Jervis, E. S., 31 a 9 e— 9 * 9 d ; 

— - Lane, Charles Levison, 6^ 18 d j 

— - Maclcod, John, 3 a 11 a 

Marquer and Eckhans, 28 « 11 e 1 

re Marriott, Elizabeth, 18; 13 d ; 

re Monckton & Co., 16 9 11 d j 

ex parte Nanson — re Dixon, 28; 11 6 

NicoU, Donald, 22 j 12 6 . 

Odger, George, 17; 11 d 

Parker, W. A., & Co., 15 1 10 « 

Pitchford, E. B, and A. T., 27 ; 11 6 

re Pott, W. H., 28 / 11 c 

re Rodocanachi, Bros., 28; 11 6 

re RoUeston, W. V., 19 a 11 c 

Russell, Sir William, 24 « 9 e 

-— ^ Schunberg and Payne, 8 ; 12 a 

Sheridan, H. B., jun., 15 a 11 6 

Sheriff, Lindsay 4 Co., 24 / 11 e 

Sleigh, Warner, 13; 13 d 

Snellgrove and Leach, 6; 13 d— 17; 11 ^ 

22 a 9 e ' 

Strachan, Paul and Bates, 29 1 11 c 

Sturdy & Co., 14 a 9 d— 4 $ 9 a— 8 * 10«-p 

12 s 11 c 

Taylor, Henry, 8; 10 a 

Thompson & Co., 22 a 9 s 

Tiden Nordenfelt & Co., 10 « 11 c—ll » * 1 

Torre Solis & Co., 13; 13 d— 20i 18 a j 

Trotman, Cole & Co., 29 « 9 6 | 

Uniacke, John R, 11 ; 11 d 1 

— - re Valnay and Pitrpn, 14 a 9 d 

Wain Wright, Henry, 11 ; 11 d ] 

Weale, C. J., 26 5 11 e 

ex parte Wenlay— re G. C. King, 14 / U • 

re Wirth & Co., 14 « U t 



Sept iBy 1874.] PALaiER's index to " IHE times " NEWSPiPEH. 



£Ia 



Bankroptcy Court (continued). 

Wright, A., 16 « 11 d 

re Yzledaa & Co« 1 a 11 c— -27 a 11 &— 5 « 

lid 
— re Zerlendl, Nicholas, 10 a 11 cf 
Barnes (J. W.) on Borrowed Plumes, 13 a 10 c 
Barnet Great Fair, 31 a 6 c 
Bamett (8. A.) on London Slaughterhouses, IS 

yila— 22>12d 
Barrow-in-Furness, 2 « 3 « 
Barrows (Rev. J. O.) on the Famine in Asia 

Minor, 28 a 5 e 
Bany (Alfred) on the Glocester Musical Fcstiral, 

15 aSd 
Bartlej (Geo. C. T.) on Pauper Infants, 30i 5 rf 

—10 a ll/-— 15al2rf 
Bass (M. T.) on Accidents to Railway Servants, 

16jt6/— 28s5e 
Bateman (A. W.) South African Goldflelds, 28 

(J. F.) on the Constantinople Water Supply, 

Sao/ 
Bath, Liberal Meeting at, 13 a 5/ 
and West of England and Southern Counties 

Agricultural Society, 81 ; 12 
Baths, New Floating, on the Thames, 28 a 10 a 
Battersea, New Church at, Built by Air. Cubitt, 

25a 7« ' 
Bavaria:— Budget, 15 i 12 a 

Court Circular, 81 a 3 6 

Grant to Lord and Lady Craven Sanctioned, 

1G;5 6 

Proceedings in the Diet, 8j 5 a — 16^" 5 b 

Bazainc (Marshal; see Fjuncb 

and Extradition Treaties, 7 « 5 c 

Bearing Kcin8, Notes about, 14 a C 6 

Beck (Joseph) on the Thorpe Collision, 1 G < 8 a 

Beckell (Ellen) on the New Encyclopaedia Bri- 

tannica, 8 a 10 e 
Bedford (Duke of) and the Cabmen, 7 a 11 /— 

lla3c— llaS/ 
Bcecher-Tilton Scandal, 24 / 6 a— 25 J 5 n— 5 a 

3 c/— 10 a 10 a— 15 a 5 n— 17 a 10 6—19 a 8 6 

— 2 I G «-— 25 < 5 6 
Arrest of Mr. Tilton for Libel, 30 j 5 «— 14 

a6a 
■ ■ ■ Suit PUniissed, 6 a 6 a 

Mr. Bceclier'a Defence, 1 5 a 5 a — 26 a 6 a 

Served with Process for Criminal Inter- 



course, 22 a 8 a— 24 a 5 a 

— the Christian Union on, 12 s 7 a 

— and Mr. Moulton, 13 o 6 a— 22 a S a— 24 a 
5 a— 8 s 9 a— 14 sob 

Supplemental Statement, 22 s 8 a 



Notes about, 7 a 6/— 12 ao b 

Plymouth Church Committee Acquit Mr. 

Beecher, 31 a 5 a — 8 s 9 b — 15 ton 
• — Mr. Tilton's Sutement, 21 « 5 a— 29 a 8 c 
Beer and Ale, Export Returns, iljlOd 
Beggars, Notes about, 4 < 3 d 
BELGIUM:— 

Diplomatic News, 1 « 5 a 

ElecUons, 16 j 12 a— 16 j 6 6—5 a 3 a— 26 

o3a 
' English Fete of the Federation Beige de 

Gymnastiqno, 18 a 3 a 



Belgium (continued). 

Miscellaneous News, 21 / 5 a 

Mutiny at Vilvordci S^tence or, the Pri» 

soners, 26 a 3 a 
■ ' at the Prison at Vilvorde, 11 ? o o 
National Fetes of Independence, 25 « 8 /-^ 

28tll€ 

Industrial Exhibitions, Opening of, 7 s 3 



a— 26 a 10 c 

Tir National, 22 j 8 « 

Treaty of Commerce with the United States, 

9^7 6 
Bench for the Bar, Resignation of, by Judge 

Dixon, 6 J 6 e 
Bequest to Science, see Ponti 
Berzenezey*s Journey Through Central Asia ta 

Bombay, 30 « 8 6 
Berkshire Archaeologista, 12 s 10 f 
Bernardini (A.) on the Educational Facilities at 

Rouen, 8^7/ 
Bessemer aud t)icei/ Steamers, 11*7 s— 26 s 7 d 

and the CastaUa, 28 s 7 c— 29 » 8 e 

Steel and Ordnance Company, 7 a 7 a 

Bethnal Green Museum, see East London 
Betsy Leatherhead, see Ckntbnabxan 
Betting Agents, Notes about, 17 s d 

New Law on, I a7 d 

Prosecutions — Preston Gardens, 30 j 8 </ 

on Race Courses, 16 j 10 6— 27> 12 d 

Bible, New Translatior^ Meetings of the Old 

Testament Revii»ors, Hi 11 a 

New Testament llevisors, 15jf 10 c 

Bicester Agricultural and Horticultural Societies, 

Annual Gathering, the Members for Oxford at, 

4: s 5 e 
Bidder (G. P.) New Theory of Comets, 25 j 6 e 
Big Game ; Shooting at Railway Passengers for 

Partridges, Hi s 7 o— 30 s7 d 
Bills of Exchange, Stamp Duty on, 24 i 5/ 
Biographies and (Confidential Letters, 22 « 5 e— 

29*3/ 
Bird (P. Hinckes) on Cholera and Birds, 8 « 6 e 
Birds in Berkshire, 11^' 12 a 

Migration of , 8 « 8 e— 22 s8 f 

Birkbcck Permanent Building Society, Annual 

Report, 24 ; 10 a 
Birmingham Chamber ef Commerce, 4 a 4y 

Betting Prosecutions in, 4 » 5/ 

Uurse Show, see Uuese 

Onion Fair, 22 « 4 c 

Royal Society of Artist^ Exhibition, 28 a 

Ruffianism in, 21 a 12 e— 31 a 6 c— 1 soc 

— 9# 8a 

BIRTHS'— In conscquei.ee of the Registrnr- 
General having a co:uplete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Births in the Britiah Domi- 
nions, as al'^o of all Briti>h Siibj(*c(s burn 
abroad, which can be ins^n.'cted at any time at 
the Office in SumerNCt House, it is nut deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad« 
vertised in the Times^ 

D'Eu, Counters, of a still born Daugk 

29; 5 6 

Triple at Uxbrid^o, 2:; a 6 a 



Bissao, a Petty Kin;^ Pilla^rt's, GJ 7 a 

Kla<>1r Miiil ill Vrtur Vnrv V.'l « i: ^ 



Bla 



FALUEB's IKDEX to "the TnfES*' KXWSPAPKB. 



"""V 



Blackfrif j*8 Bridge, Alterations on, 20 a 5 </ 
Blore (6. J.) on the Oxford and Cambridge 

Schoob, Examinations, 9 $ 5 d 
Boating / .ccidents, 16 a 12 6 

and 'Uthing Casualties, 27 i 6 <f 

Boiler Bur^^ing, £xperlmenti>I, 19 » 8 6 

Bulckow, Vavghan & Co., 2 9 i a 

Bolter (G.) Martini-Henry Rifle, Ma Sd 

Bombay 8chool of Art, Note about, 23 « 6 e 

Bonaparte (Pierre Nap.) Letter from, 2jl0b 

BOOKS:- 

Aldus and Grolier — a Curious Trial, 14 « 

9/ 
Code of Justinian, 1475, by Andrew Frisner, 

11a 7/ 

Egyptian Medical Treatise, 22 « 8 rf 

Encyclopoedia Britannica. New Edition, 18 



J 6 e— S a 10 c 

Ooiild's Ornithology Sale of a Complete 



Set of. 2 ; 12 rf 

Library of M, Guizot, 16 i 7 c 

Olof Uofmann's Account of Sweden's 

Triumphs, 4 s 4/ 

Return of Books Exported, ISj 7 d 

Sale of Queen Elizabeth's Book of Prayers, 

25i6rf 

" Times Column,'* Ac, 1 j 12 e— 4^ 12 d & 

f— 7 ; 12 /— 10/ 12 rf— 11 J 12 e^Uj 12 d— 
16 y 12 «^18i 12 «— 22; 12 /*— 28 ; 12 c— 24; 
12 cf— 27; 12 e— 29 ; 12 e— 80; 12 e— 1 a 12 e 
— 4 rt 12 e— 6 a 10 e— 6 a 12 e— 8 a 12 e— 11 a 
B e— 13 a 12 e— 15 a 8 e -18 a 6 c— 21 a 12 f 
—22 a 12 b^25 a 9 /*— 27 a 11 /— 29 a 11 «— 
1*10 c-3 s 10 5—7 $ 10 6—9 s 10 #—12 s 12 
^—16 s 12 <►— 18 » 9 /•— 21 « 12 a— 28 * 12 «- 
24 t 10 e— 26 » 12 «— 28 s 12 e— 29 s 9/ 
Boots and Shoes, Return of, 9 ; 6/ 
BorcUy's Comet, 12 s S d 
Borneo, New Settlement in, 19 « 11 5 
Borrowed Instincts — a Lady Filled with Grass- 
hoppers, 28 « 6 c 

Plumes, 4 a 8 c—lS a 10 c— 18 a 8 <f— 20 a 

8 0—81 a 6 6 
Botanical Gardens of Calcutta, 2A s BJ 
Boulogne, Deep Sea Harbour at, 29 « 8 /* 
l^)u1ter (G.) on the Martini-Henry Ride, 10 s 

Bowdler (C, A.) on Military ^ronautics, 29 ; 

o e 
Bowles (Wm.) on Accidents to Railway Serrantp, 

'MsAe 
Bowver (Sir Geo.) on Internal ETidence, 22 « 

Sd 

on the Irish Judicature Bill, 10 a 9/ 

on the Ruby Mine, 18 a 5/ 

Boy Murderer at Boston, 11 a 10 c 

Braby (Fred.) & Co., 12 a 4 a 

Britithwaite (Thos. Wolfe) Testiiconial to, 7 a 

10 c 
BrumwcU (Baren) Speech on Closing the Surrey 

Assizes, 12 a 9 a 
(F. J.) on Mechanical Engineering, 7 a 

10 a 
Brand (H. R.) on Stroud Politics, 
Brave Young Lady, Miss Neill, 18 a 12 a 
BRAZIL:— 
— — Bombarding of Alvear, 8 a 12 c — 7 a 6 c 



Brazil (rontinvedj. 

'Celebration of the Anmrersary of Indepea- 

dence, 15 s8 b 
Commercial News, 20 j 7 b — 5 j 5 <i— 5 « 

55 
Exchange, 6 / 7 6—18; 7 c— 29y S 5—11 a 

5 a — 14 a 8 a 
Impeachment of the Prime Minister, 9st 

5—7 * 8 5 

Prophet Maures and Doings, 3 a 12 c 

Sentence on the Bp. of Paru, 8 a 12 c 

Brazilian Chambers, Speech at the Closing of, 21 

85b 
Brentford, Poor Law Administration in, 10 s 11 

a — 15 < 8 e 
Bribe for a Judge, 14 o 8 r 
Bridges (Edward T.) on Emigration to a Free 

Country, 28; 12 e 
Briggs (T.) on Workmen's Trains and Pas5«ig€t 

Duty, 11 «4/ 
Bright (John) Movements of, 11 s 7 e 
Brighton- -Address of the Electors to Professor 

Fawcett, lla5 e 
Mr. Brigden Elected Fourth Time Major 

of, 28 8 9/ 
Brighton, Opening of a New Church in, 11 

85d 

Aquarium Company, 11/6 e — 28 1 10 e— 5 

a9a 

Additions to, 14; 9 /— 80> 6 e— 28 8 5/ 

Second Anniversary Celebration, 11 « 4fl 

a Play, Notes about, 10 a 8 c— Id a 6 rf 

Bristol Annual Colt Fair, 24 ; 10 if 

Cathedral College, 17 a 7 e 

Training Ship Formidabh^ Fifth Annual 

Meeting, 29; 10 e 
Britains (The) Note about, 14; 10 /— 17 ; 10 e 
British Archaeological Association, 8 a 9 e — 18 a 

Sd 
21st. Congress Annual Inauguration of, 

7 a 12 c 

Proceedings, 10 a 4 e — 11 aSe 



— Association — ^Appointment of President^ 21 

Annual Meeting, 19 a 9/ 

Biology, 21 o 6 «— 22 a 4 5—24 a 6 5— W 



a 4 c 



Chymical Science, 21 a 6 cf-*22 a 4 5— S^ 



a4<i— 27a6 5 

Concluding Meeting, 27 a 6 5 



Common i^'lowers in Relation to Inseeti^ 

24 a 6 e 

Economical Science and Statistics, 21 « 



6 a— 22 a 4 a- 24 u 6 a— 25 a 4 a— 26 a 4 
27a 6a 

Geography, 21 a 6 rf— 24 a 6 a— 25 « 4 A 



—26 a 4 5 

Geology, 21 a 6 /— 22 a 4 «— 24 a 6 



26 a 4 c & <f 

Higher Education of Women, 27 aCh 

Lecture by I*rofes8or Huxley, 26 « 4 i 

Mathematical and Physical Science^ 21 a 



6 e— 22 a 4 c— 26 a 4 <f 

Mechanical Sciences, 21 a 6<^22«46 



—24 a 6 rf— 26 a 4 rf 

Meteorology, 26 a 4 5 

Proceedings of, 20 a 4 a — 21 a ( 



Sept. 80; 1874.] palmeh's index to " ihe times '' newspaper. 




JBrittth Archaeological Association, Recited Paper, 

26a A e 

Beekeepers Association, 11 « 9 6 

Colombia, and the Pacific Railway Scheme, 

Sa&J 
Medical Association, 13 a 10 rf— 14 a 4 c — 

16 a 10/ 

Annoal Meeting, 8 a 8/— 12 a 6 e 

< Museum, Cast of ISappho Presented to, 30 

jlOd 

Splendid Jacinth Gun Added to, 25 s 6 c 

Additions to, 8 a 8 c 

Notes about, 14 a 4/ 

Notices, 1*7/ 



Pharmaceutical Conference, G a 10 <f— 7 a 

12 rf— « a 8/ 

Shipowners* Company, Sy 10 a 

and Foreign Bible SSociety. Reception of Mr. 

Ward's Painting by, 23j 5 c 

and Irish Mututd Trust, 27 ; 7 a 

Brompton Hospital for Consumption, 7 a 12 « 

Brotherly Love—a Satire, 28 a by 

Browne (Murray) on the Discliarged Prisoners' 

Aid Society, 21 a 12 e 
Bruce (^Ernest) on Betting on Race Courses, 16 

(T. C.) on Mails to the North, 17 a 9/ 

Brunswick Bequest and the Legacy Duty, 5 s 

Brussels — £x-Eing of Hanover at, 18 ; 7 6 

Brutal A»)aulta, Notes on, 26 ad e 

by Ruf&ans, 18 * 3 6 

BrutaUty in the Bhick Country, 27 a 8 rf— 29 a 
5 c/— 16 85d 

Bryce (^James) on the New Icelandic Constitu- 
tion, 7j 4/* 

Buckingham Street Water Gate, 11 n 10 e 

Buenos Ayres. Daring Murders at, 31 a 3/ 

■ Case of Mr. Lanus and his Pamily, 1 « 9 o 

■ Singular Proclamation, 3 « 8/ 

Building Materials Used by Rats, 14 « 9/ 

Societies New Act, 19 a 6 e 

Bulkeley (Rev. H. J.) on Corporal Punishment, 
11«5 6 

BuUer (E. W.) on the Martini-Henri Rifles, 27 a 
7 e 

Bunyan (John) Statue of at Bedford— Address 
to the Duke of Bedford for the Gift, 26 s 6 c 

Burchell (James) on the Bessemer Steamer. 26 s 
Id 

Burglary Attempted at Blackfriars, 16 f 11 « 

Burial Boards, Loan to, 15^ 11 h 

Burlington House, 20> 10 e— 2Ry 11 a 

^um (Robert) on University Endowments, 30 j 

(W.) on Railway Accidents, 23j 7 e 

Burness and Sons on the Coal Tax of Egypt, 29 

j 10 a— 6 a 9 a 
Burns (John) on Unseaworthy Ships, 1 / 6 a 
Burrows (Montague) on the Public Worship 

Hegulation BiU, 13> 14 c-21 1 6 «- 81 j 7/ 
— • • Notes about, '6 a 11 e 

— ; — on the Protestant Church of England, 28 
} ^ b 

r — (W.) on Mosquitoes in London, 27 a 6 c 
Buit (laaac) on the Irish Coercion Bills, 28 J 
9 k 



Butterfield (W.) on Northumberland House, 3 a 

\2b 
Butterton (Rev. G. Ash) on Giggleswick School, 

24>8a 
Buxton (E. N.^on Excess of Zeal, 9^ 5 c 
Byron (John) on the Flintshire, Aj8 a 

C. 

Cabs and Cabmen, 14 a 6 c 

Cabinet Councils, Meetings, 1/11 f—^j^f-^^j 

11/— 13 J 11 e— 2iy 9/— 25/9/— 8 a 9/ 
Caird (James) on the Variation in the Pnce of 

Corn, llj6 6 

on tlie Wheat Crop, 16 # 4 e — 16 s 5 • 



Caimes (Professor) Health of, 7 $Ze 

Calais Harbour, 16 a liy 

Caledonian Insurance Compiny, 20/8 b 

Calendar of Lessons, Why Changed, 22y 10 rf 

Camberwell Medical Officers, Charge of Neglect 
Against, 14 a 3 / 

Cambrian Archaeological Association, 29th An- 
nual Meeting, 25 a 4/— 27 a 6 rf— 28 a 4 </— 
Zla^d 

Annual Congress at Wrexham, 10 a 12 a— 

29 a 11 & 

Inscribed British Stones, 29 a 11 A 

Cambridge, First Maiden Session at, 3 j 11 <f 

Serious Practical Joke at, 28 a 3 e — 31 a9 rf 

Stourbridge Fair, 26 » 6^ 

GAMBBIDQB UNIVEBSITY :— 

Examinations, 16 j 6 h — 21 « / 

Foundation Scholarships, 20 a 3 / 

Library Notices, 21 5 9/ 

Queen's College Examination, 4y 12 6 

Sizarships, 20 a 3 /* 

Trinity College, Examination for Fellow- 
ships, 20 a 3/ 

Cameron (V. Lovett) on the Slave Trade in 'East- 
em Africa, 15 a 10 fif 

Cameron-Livingstone Search Expedition, 6/ 12 h 
—9 / 8/— liy 11 a— 15 ; 9/— 187 12 J— 7 a 4 
«— 10 a 12 a 

"Camp Cure," 8*5/ 

Campbell (A.) on Railway Unpunctuality, 16 a 
8a 

CANADA :— 

Arrival of Farm Labourers at Toronto, 22 a 

Bush Fires in Ontario, 22 a 3 e 

Climate of, Mr. Bell's Report, 26 * 10/ 

Lord Bufferin in Chicago, 19 a 6 a— 31 a 

Execution Levied In the House of Delegates, 
13 j 9/- 

— Fishing Reports, 2y 1 J c 

— Gales and Casualities, I3i 9 e 

— Meat and Produce Company, 16 j 11 a 

— Ministerial Changes, 24 a 5 b — 25 s o c 

— Miscellaneous News, 1 a 5 a — 13 a 8 r — 22 
a 3 e— 25 a 5 6—23 sob 

— Ouimet Ministry of Quebec Resigns, 10 1 5 a 

— Paper Money, 17 a 8 e 
Reciprocity Treaty with the United States, 



Qc 



6 a 8 a— 13 a 8 c— 25 » 5 c 

Riel Heturned for Pn>vencher, 5 « 5 6 

— and the United States Reciprocity Treats' 

Uj lOy— 1J< ;■ 5 Q— 22j 6 a 

21 



PALHSR's IVDBX to ^' THK TIMES ^ NSW8PAPSB. 



t^^Mf 



Gauftda (continued), 
Ship News, 80/ 6 6 

— Trade and Corn Exchange Report, 25 « 5 c 
Canadian Ezpeditionarj Force, 21 5 11/ 

Police Expedition tathe Bocky Mountains, 

IjlSd 
CANALS;— 
Caledonian and Crinan, Annual Report, 11 

a 10 c 
Italian Irrigation (Cavour), 23 j 7 a— 28 j 

5 a 
Leeds and Liverpool, 19 s 6 c 

— Regents, Impure State of, 22 a 8 & 
Suez, Mails to Pass Through, li j 5 5 

Traffic, 2iy 5/— 4 a 8 rf— U a 10 tf— 18 



a 6 a— 1 s 4/— 8 s 6 e— 25 s ZJ 
Cannibalism at Sea, 20y 10 d 
Canterbury (Abp. of) on the Duties of Clergy 

and Laity, IS a 10 c 
•^— on Founders, 4 a 8 a 
■ Morements of, 21 « 9 « 
CAFE OF QOOD HOPE :— 
Commercial News, 8 a 12 J— 13 a 12 c— 21 

«lle 
— Coolies at, 6 « 7 « 

Criminals Bill, 14 i 5 a 

^—^ Discovery of a Diamond Field Denied, 14 j 

5 a— 21 < lie? 

Gold Fields, 6/ 7 6—3 a 12 rf 

-—- Great Nugget of Gold Found in, 21 « 11 <f 
-^ — Miscellaneous News, 3 a 12 c— 21 « 11 e 
— — Opeuing of the Parliament, 4 j 5/—6j 7 b 
Parliamentary proceedings, 20 J 7 /*— 8 a 12 

c— 18 a 12 c— 6 s7 e 

Trial of Langalibelelc, 14 ; 5 a & b — 6 ale 

Weather at the Diamond Fields, 10 a 5 b — 

18al2e 
Capel (M.) on the Roman Catholic College at Ken- 
sington, 22 « 9 « 
— — (T. J.) Science for Roman Catholics, 24 s 

5 • 
Capron (J. R.) on the Last New Comet, 13 a 6 e 
Carlisle Diocesan Conference, Sittings, 28 a 8y 

—29 a 10 e 
Carmichael & Co., (Limited), 9/9 a 
Camer (M.) Anecdote of, at Nantes, 17 s 3 6 
Carpenter (Dr. A.) Sewage Questiou, 26 t 

lid 
(John) on Pauper Infants, 12 a 10 e — 21 a 

Sd ' 
Carriages and Horses, Return of Duty on, 28 s 

9/ 
Carrington (J.) on the Accident on the Rosegg 

Glacier, 2 « 3 d 
Carter (T. T.) on the Public Worship Regulation 

- 6/ 

on up. Cosin and the Revision of 1612, 24 j 

Cartledge (Henry) on the Alleged Dog and 

Fight, 10 o 10/ 
Case for Inquiry — Mary Williams, 25 a 8 / 
Castles in the Aar — the Clergyman's Sermon, 10 

'7/ 
'< Casual " not the '* Amateur Casual," 18 a 

Gc 
Caterham Asylum for Idiots, Annual Inspection, 

18> 8 c 




GATTLE:— 

Contagious Diseases Act^ Privy Coimcil 

Orders, 4/8 6— 8a 8 rf 

Disease, Official Return, IBsBb 

In Scotbind, 7 a 11 6—13 a 10 / 

Fair at Reading. 22 s 4/ 

Foot and ACouth Disease, 12 a 4/ 



Imports, 31 a 8/— 4 t 4 fr— S s 9 •—2S < 6 e 

— — trom America, 24 « 5 

Robbery of, at BiKsch, 2l a 7 6 

Sale of Lord Bective*s Shorthorns, 12 r 6 c 

of Messrs. Lancy*8 Shorthoma at Watcr- 



ingbuiy, Aj 10/ 

of Shorthorns at Holker Hall, 10 « 9 / 






State of Trade in, Ij 13 c— 2 j 6 «— 3 / 11 ^ 

—6 ) 9 c— 7 ; 11 6—8/ 10 rf— 9 ; 9 c— 10/ 11 h 
—13 J 8 /*— 14/ 10 6— 16y 10/— 17 j 10 e— 18 
j 10 6— 20i 8 e— 21j 11 6— 22^ 11 <p-2Sj 7 a 
24 / 10 c— 26 / 6 6—27 i 7 rf— 28 / 10 rf— 29 j 

10 c— 30y 6/— 31> 10 6—1 a lOrf— 3 a 6 6—4 
a 10 c— 6 a 9 c— 6 a 10 e— 7 a 7 c— 10 a 7 6— 

11 a 7 c— 12 a 4/— 13 a 7 rf— 14 a 6 6—16 a 7 
c— 17 a 7 6—18 a 5 e— 19 a 7 /"— 20 a 8 a— 21 
a 7 «— 24 a 10 6—26 a 6 6—26 a 5 6-27 a 7/ 
—28 a 6 6—31 a 6 rf— 1 i 4 6—2 j 4 6—3 < 5 / 
— 4 s 4 6—7 s 4 e— 8 s 4 e— 9 a 4 /— 10 « 6 rf— 
11 s 4 rf— 14 a 6/— 16 a 4 6—16 3 6 e— 17 s 4/ 
—18 * 4 e— 21 * 6 a— 22 a 4 rf— 23 a 6 6 — ^24 s 
4 c— 26 a 4 c— 26 e 6 a-^8 a 6 rf— 29 a 4 A-30 
i6rf 

Cement Labourers of GaUey-hill, Gravesend, 
Demonstration Against Closing the Worlcs, iS 
aSe 

OENTENABIANS :— 

-^— Mary Brockman, 21 1 12 c 

Amy Gregory, of Dublin County, N. (X, 28 

< 10 6 

Judge Harrison of Michigan, 17 « 10 a 

— ^ Elizabeth Horam, aee Bstsy Lsathskhsjld 

Irish, 6 J 11 rf 

Justinian Roxas, an Indian, 16 s 6 d 

Betsy Letherton, 3ol06— 10a7e 

Betsy Leathefhead, 10 a 10 6—15 a 6/-20 

a 6 6 -U2 a 8 6 

Peter Manning of Knighton, 21 a 10 c 

an Old French Lady, 18 a 9/ 

Mrs. Katie bhepp, 10 a 7 e 

Centenarians, 29 / 9 c 

a Pair of Pauper at Westminster : — Marga- 
ret Patten and Alary Crowe, 27 a 6/ 

Three, Mr. Thorns on, 12 « 11/ 

Centenary of Chymistry, 17 a 10 a— <« PsnnxT 

Central Abia — the Anna Darya Expedition, 81 a 
3a 

Trading Company, First Caravan Leaves 

Murree for Yarkund, 21 j 10 rf 

Criminal Court, Opening of, 17 a 12 c— II 

a 9 c— 19 s 6 6 

Recorder's Charge, 18 a 9 c — ^22 a 9/ 

Ceylon, Antiquarian Discoveries in, 11 a 11 6 

Coffee Returns, 2iy 10 d 

Miscellaneous News, 21 / 10 rf 

Railway News, 21 / 10 rf 

Chain Cables and Anchors, New Act, 8*46 

Charobord (Comte de) Manifesto of, to theFRodl 
People, 4y 8 fl 

lienri, or Henri V., Signata^ii^^ 




.] PALMER'S INDKX TO " THE TIHES " KEWSPAPEB. 



Civ 



Chambers (Gfeo. H.) on the Worretter Training 

Ship, 29 8\>Q 
Chancery Lane, Widening of, 17 s 5 c 

Return of Stamps Used by, 28 * 10/ 

Channel Tunnel, 22 a 8 6 

Scheme, BOj 11 a— 5 « 6 </ 

Chapel Royal, Savoy, Bestoration, 8 a 8 e 

Whitehall, Preachers, 4 / 5 e—7j 12 a 

Charing Cross, Value of Land at, 11 a 11/ 

Hotel Company, 5 ad d 

Charity Commissioner, Appointment, 29 a 8 a 
Charterhouse, Candidates for Senior Scholarships, 

Ba7f 
"-^ School, Postponement of Cricket Match, 1 

7*12 6 
Chauvin (G, Von) on the Direct Cable and 

Newfoundland, 27 a 7 a 
Chichester Cathedral, New Communion Table 

for, 20 a 5 / 
Chicory, Duty on, 26 « 7/ 
Chili, Case of Capt. Hyde, 28 a 8 6—29 alOd 
— Cerro de la Concepcion, Another Fissure 

Opening in, 28 a 8 6 

Civil Marriage Bill, ISj 7 b 

Commercial Intelligence, 13 i 7 6 

Exhibition at Santiago, see Santiago 

Railways, J3 i 7 6 

Bistori Obtains the Pardon of Munoz, 7 s 

86 

Shipping News, 18 j 7 6 

OHIHA:— 

Commercial News, 7/12 a — 11 f 6 a — 18 j 

6 a— 21 i 5 o- 26> 5 a— 28/ 6 6—1 a 6 a— 4 a 

12 d— 5 a 3 a— 10 a 5 a— 11 a 5 0—15 a 5 a— 

18 a 3 a— -22 a 3 6—25 a 3 a— 29 a 5 a—l s 3 

0^5 9 6 6—8 t 3 a— 1^« 5 6—16 « 5 &— 22 t 3 

a— 29 aSh 

Disturbances in, 24 a 5 e 

the Emperor Refuses to Receive the New 

Belgium Minister, 25 t 3 6 
• Miscellaaeous News, 4 a 12 d—20 a 3 6—12 

«5b 
- — Piracy in, 25 a 3 a 
- — • Purchase a Danish Iron-clad, 31 a 3 a 

Riot at Ningpo, 7 J 4 rf— 10 j 4/ 

at Shanghai, 10 i 4/— 14 j 4 d 

• Treaty of Commerce with Peru, 28 a 3 6 

Typhoon at, 29 < 3 a— 30 sSd 

• r off >*ormosa, 23 / 5 a 

and Formosa, see oxvJlS 

China and Japan, 15 t 3 rf— 18 t 8 6—30 f / 

■ CoL Wenjeckow's New Work on, 23 * 5 cf 

Chinese Curiosities, 27 a 8 e 

Wedding, 19 s 0/ 

' Women, Importation <rf, at San Francisco, 

24 ff 5 6 
Chintaman (Hurrychund) on the Guicowar of 

Baroda, 2 « 8 c— 7 » 3 / 
Chipping Norton, Sentence on a Boy of Seven 

Years Old, 7 « 4 e 
Cholera and Birds, 3 s 8 6—8 s 8 e— 11 1 5 (f 

Official Papers on the Diffusion of, 13 a 12 6 

in Prussia, 7 « 11 6 

Treatment of, 15 a 11 e 

Choral Festival at Windsor, 16 ; 10 6 
Christ's Hospit-al, Speech Day at, 16 ; 12 d 

— - VWt of the Lord Mayor, Ac. to, 22 « 9/ 



Chronological Error, 17 a^e 
Chronometers, Notes about, 28 a 6 c — 2 aZa 
Chubb & Son, on Cutting Keys to Pattern, 3 » 9 

6—5 » 8 a 
Church (H. F.) on the Legal Vacations, 27 a 11 

e— 29 a 10 e 

(R. W.) on the Public Worship BUI, 20y 9 « 

Building Return. Notes about, 30 « 3 6 

Defence, Notes about, 29 a 8 6—2 shd 

of England Temperance Society, Conference 

at Stourbridge, 31 a 8 cf 

Incumbent Sustentation Fund, Sermons for, 



11>6/ 

Meetings about, 9x66 



Work at Sea, 24 <i 5 6 

Chymicala, State of Trade in, 2 y 6 d— 31 / 10 d 

— 1 « 4 <f— 30 « 6 6 
Cinnamon, State of the Market, 1 s 4 d 
City Guilds — Names of Well-known Men in the 

Lists as Freemen, 19 a 4/ 

Liberal Club, 25 j 6 rf— 28 cr 9 6 

of London Brewery Company, 6 a 10 a 

Distribution of the Czar's Gift to tho 

Charities of, 81 / 9 /" 

School, Distribution of Prizes, 25; 12 d 

Annual Report, 8 9 5c 



Mulberry Trees, 3 a 7/— 4 a 3/— 14 s 6 c— 

16 # 6 6—25 a 4 a— 28 a 6/ 

Civil Donations, 9; 9/ 

CIVIL ACTIONS :— 

Abergavennv (Earl of) w. Phillips, 3 a 11 

». Sophia Phillips, 3 a 11 e 

Adams v. Jeeves, 24/ 11 6 

Air Gas Light Company ex parte Murray 

and others and ex parte Puckle and another, 6 
;13b 

Alhambra Music Hall Company, Ports- 
mouth, 31 7 11 6—1 a 11 c 

Alway V. Cape, 8 a 11 c 

Appleyard r. Swanboroughj 13 a 11 a 

Archcrof t v. Crow Colliery Company, 8 / 

116 
— Armstrong v, Lancashire and Yorkshire 



Railway, 7 a 11 J 

— Attorney-General v. English, 8^ 10/ 

V. North London Railway, 9^ 13 a 

and the Secretary of State for War v. 



Francis and others, 14 ; 11 a 

V. Southall, Ealing, &c. Tramway Com- 



pany, 10 / 11 d 

V, Wareing, 3 a 10 e 

1% Wrench, 30 ; 11 e 



Avory v. Rose, 30/ 12 a 

Bachelors' Residential Club Company, 27 

/11a 
•^— Bain v. Moore and another, 7 a 11 c 

Baker v. Inwards, 13 a 11 6 

Bahi Banking Company v, Edwards, 8 a 

11/ 
Baldwin r. Pickard, 7 a 11 « 

Barker and Wife v. Great Northern Railway, 

11 a 11 a 

— Barlow v. Public Works Construction Com- 
pany, 8i 11 c 

— Barnard v. Goldsmith, 8 a 11 e 

— Barr v. Fleming, 26 a 9 c 
•*-— Barratt v. Bootnman, 8 o 11 d 



Civ 



P^UIEB'S index to " TnX XniES " !rEW3PA.PER. 



Zi 



Civil Actions (coniinued), 

— — Battingham v, Baxendale anJ others, 6 j 

13 6 

Battle V. Great Northern Railway, 20 a a 

Bean v. Bamslev, 3 d 1 1 c/ 

Becker v. London and North Western 

Railway, 18 « 3 e 

Bedford (Duke of) r. Best, Gj 13 a 

Bellairs r. Bellaira, 17i 11 c 

re Benton's Policy Trusts, 3 a 10/ 

rt Bessemer Steel and Ordnance Company, 

25>lla 

re Blantyre, Will Case, 247 5 rf 

Bloomer i'. Bernstein, 9 j 13 a 

Bolivian Republic v. National Bolivian Na- 
vigation Company, 10/ 11 d 
— Bowler v. Brown, 17 a 11 d 

Bowles V, Hart, 8 j 11 rf 

in re Bowles's Mortgage, 6/136 

Bracewell v. Midland Railway, 17 a 11 </ 

Bradbom v. Great Western Railway, 29 j 

12 d 
Brady v. American Steamship Company of 

Philadelphia, 7 a 8 a 
Brain (Ephraim) and others, in the Matter 

of a Petition of Right, 2j 11 a 

Brelsford v. Rigby, 26 a 9 c 

Bridge y. Besant^l3 a 11 6 

Brinsley v, Jennings, 11 i 11 c 

Britton and another v, Cawtheray, 8 a 11 / 

Broad v. Lyle, 13 a 11 6 

Broughton Copper Company r. Freeman, 

2Ga^c 

Brown r. Billson, Sj 11 rf— 10 / 11 d 

r. Brown, 6 / 13 c 



— Bydenstein and others t*. Cartwright, 3 a 
lie 

— CaUan v, Dease, 3 ; 12 6—4 / 7/ 
Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway v. Cen- 



tral Wales, &c., 3 a 6 /— 4 a 10 d—b a 9 e- 6 
a 10 d— 25 a hf 

— Camagie v. Camagie, 3 ; 12 c 

— re Carnf orth Hematite Ixx)n Company, 25 j 
11 a 

— Castle 17. Thomson, 6^ 13 6 

— Cheetham i\ Watkin, 17 a 11 c 

— Christy Minstrels — Bain u. Moore, Ac, 7 a 
He 

— City of London Real Property Company r. 
Wrench, 30 i 1 1 c 

Sewers Commission v, Glasse, 5 a 10 a 



— — re Citizen Assurance Corporation, 1 a 11 c 

Clark V. Lee, 1 aWd 

Continental and Shipping Batter Company, 

18 J 13 d 

Cooper ». GrifiBn, 4 a 1 1 6 

Corporation of Foreign Bondholders r. Don 

Enrique Pastor, 3 ; 12 c— 14 ; 11 d 

Cory r. Patton, 8^116 

CoiUter 17. Patterson, 17 ; 4 e 

Cragg and others v. Day and another, 8 a 



lie 



Crown Co-Operative Society, 20; 13 a 
re CnUinan, 11 < 5 e 
Cutter v. Truss, 30 ; 12 a & 6 
Danson u. Ellis and others, 22 a 9 c 

Davis n 'RiolinWIa mr\A rt4>>ia«>« 07 all si 



Oivil Actiozis (continued). 

D'Elbur r. Armstrong, 87 11 c 

De Frece v. Richardson, 20 a 9 6 

De Serre i\ Chirke, 28 ; 11 6 

De Witte v. Parry, 2 7 11 6 

Dempster v. North Eastern RailwaT, 13 « 

lie 



20 



Dillon V, Barnes and WilUams, 2^ 11 6 

I)o*lweU ». Phillips. 20 j 13 b 

Dowling V, Pontypool, &c. Railway, 3 a 10 1 

Duck V, Bragg, 14/ II d 

Dudgeon, v. Pembroke, 8j 11 tf 

Dunne r. English, 31 J 11 a 

Dynes v, Duthoit, 19 a 11 c 

£arp V. Rayds, Sail d 

Eden v, Jepson, 6 / 18 c 

Edmonds v. Abop, 9J12 f 

Sogers aad others v, Schunck and another, 

a 9a 

— Eley V. Imperial Ottoman Bank, &c., 10 j 
lie— 11/116— 17/ lid 

— Emson v. Saffron Walden Railway, 29 / 1 i 5 

— European Assurance ArbitratioB: — Bstli 
Hospital Case, 4 a 11 s 

Coates*8 Case, 4 a 11 e 

Cooper's Case, 11 / 11 rf 

Hough's Case, 4 a II e 

Lennox's Case, 11 ; 11 d 

PauU's Case, 4 a 11 e 

Smith's (Benj.) Case, 4 a 11 e—5 a 10 c 

Talbot's Case— Vivian's Case, 9/ 13 6 

Webber's Case, 4 a 11 • 

Weston's Case, 11 ; 11 <f 

— Evans v. Thomas, 1 a II d 



— Exchange and Discount Bank v. Hammond, 
13 a 11 e 

— Fearnsides and oth«rs v. Lever and another, 
22a9e 

— Fell and another v. Biddolph and another, 
10 a 11 6 

— Fenner and another v, Norman and another, 
13 a 11 a 

— Fielding r. Fitton, 10 o 11 e 

— Finn v. South Western Railway, I a lid 

— Flory V. Causton and others, 3 o 11 c— * « 

11/ 

— Forster r. Ellison and others, 9 s 9 <f 

— Fowler v. Lock, 2/ 11 6 

— Foxon V. Gasooigne, 3 a 10 e 

— Frost 17. Lefevre, 26a9 d 

— Fumess Iron and Steel Company v. Cam* 
mell & Co., 22 a 9 c 

— Galdeck v. Little and others, 8 a lid 

— Gamble v. North Eastern Railway, 21 « 



11a 



Gawthorpe v. Gawthorpe, 14 a 9 e 

Geak v. Ross, 10 a 11 a 

General Phosphate and Chymical VTocb 



Company, 25; 11 a 

Gucomette's Trusts, 8 a 10 e 

Gibbs and others v. Wood, 24 a 11 e 

Gillbanks t;. Williamson, 24 a 11 c 

Goodere v, Marples and another, 12 a 9 4^ 

Gordon v, Macdonald, 24 a 11 c 

— Gossett V, Midland Railway, 11/ 11 ^ ^ ^ 
Greaves t7 Manchester, Sh^Se * 



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palmer's index to ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPKR. 






Civil Actions Continued). 

Groen r. Drew, 3 j 1 2 rf 

Grashain Life Assurance Society i\ Belo»»r, 

llj II h 
Guildhall Tarern Company r. Hunt, 3 ; 

\2d 

Hale and Wife v. Bolton, 14 a 9 b 

Halifax Corporation v. Local Board of 



^dootliill Upper, 3 ; 12 c 

— Halloran v. Chapman, 13 a 11 c 

Harding and o'iiers v, Batthyaiiy, 6 a 11 « 



— 7 o U « 

— * Harris r. Midland Railway, 23 y He 

— Hartley r. Hey wood, 3 a 1 1 d 

— Hastings Corporation v, Ivall, 8i 10/ 

— Hathaway and others v. Shaw, 13 a 11 c 
-'— in re Hedges, 11/116 

— Hodj^ r. Patrick, 2 / 10 /• 
Hodgkinson v. White, 10 a 11 c 

—^ Holmes t\ Tomlinson, 3 /i 1 1 d 

— Honberg v. London and North Western 
Railway, 2oi 11 e 

— Hoosman t*. Verity, 8 a 1 1 y 
HoweU r. Landore Siemen*8 Steel Company, 



— ^ Hudson V. Iloxbnrg and another, 20 a 9 6 

— Huntsr and another v. Chaplin and another, 
Salld 

— Hussey r. Close, 14 a 9 c 

— Jackson v, Jackson, 14 a 9 6 

— ex parte James in re Condon, 11 j 11 h 

— Japanese Grorefnmcut t?. Pacific Mail Com- 
pany, 7 a 10 e 

iAy V, Gresliam Life Assurance, 20 a 9 



21 a 11 a— 22 a 9 C--24 a 11 rf— 25 a 9 c 
— Jenkins ». Vowle?, 14 a 9 A 
— — Johnston i^. Harrison and others, 17 a 11 6 
Jonage (^Comte de) v, Bachchn Dcflorence, 



14 J 9/- 

— Jones t*. Duncan, 15 a 1 1 a 
Kelly V. Patterson, 9 j 13 a 

Kent ». Harker, 23 / 1 1 i»~25 »! 1 c 

Kitson 17. Midland KaUway, 19 a 11 c— 20o 

9a 

. Kreeft and others r. Thompson, lOj 11 rf 

Land Credit Company of Ireland, 1-ij 13 d 

Lawrie V. Wilson, 2jn /^— 3 ; 12 rf— 6 / 

13 c 

Lea tt. Walley, 10 « 11 rf 

. Lerer and another v. Fearnsidesand others, 

22a ^c 
' Liberian Republic v. Imperial Bank, 9 / 

12 s 
■ Lister r. Marsden, 13 a 11 e 

Little Mountain Colliery Company v. Tom- 

kinson, 10 a 11 ^ 

— Liverpool Civil Service and Public Supply 
Association v, Richardson aad another, 18 a 9 
a— 19 a 11 b 

— ^ Lockton and another v, Lamotte, 11 j 11 d 

— Longbottom v. Booth, 18 a 9 a~19 a 11 b 

— Loweek and Wife v. Great Northern Rail- 
way, 6 a 12 A 

— Lyle ». Wonacott, 9 ; 13 a 
-i— Mabbutt V, Midland liailway, 3 a 11 e 

— Miuikintosh v. Burleigh and others, 8 j 

111! 



Ciril 'otions (rontinned), 

Mackenzie v. Whit worth and others, 24 a 

11 c 

Malkin v. Plant, '2nj 11 d 

Manser v. Great Northern Railway, 8 j 11 / 

Marcus v. General Steam NdvigAtion Com- 
pany, 2/11 h 

Martin v. InceclifFe, 12 a 9 c/ 

Mar wick v. Codlin, 8 y 1 1 c 

Mantle o. Fowler, 27.; 1 1 d 

Mavro v. Ocean Marine Insurance Com- 
pany, 9 y 13 « 

Mills V. Glover, 13 a 11 b - 

Montgomery r. Wood and others, 17 a 11 c 

— Morris u, Langley, 20 j 13 c 

Morrison v. Thompson, 8^ 11 6 

Murray v, Ains worth, 8 a 11/ 

Naity r. Ay let t, 81 j 11 « 

— National Bolivian Navigation Company r. 
Public Works Construction Company, 3 u 10^ 

Society v. I^ndon Sch«iol Board, 8/10/ 



— Neville v. Cork and Passage liailway, 7 a 
12 a 

— New Buxton Lime Company, 27/11 a 

— re New Naat y Blaida Silver Lead Mine 
Company, 3 a 10 e 

— Newall r. Tatham, 6 a 12 c 

— NichoUs t\ Marsland, 12 a 9 cf 

— O'Keeflfe v. Moran, 23^ 10 e 

17. Keating, 24 i 11 a 

— Oldham V. liamsden, 24 a 1 1 // 
Oriental Inland Steam Comjiany ex parte 



Scinde Railway. 2j 10/ 
— Owen V, Da vies, 26 j 11a 
L*. SM'indells, 22 « 6 c 



— re Puraguassa Steam Tramroad Company 
— Adamson's, Rcnoldson's, and Webb*s Caiscs, 
8> 1 1 a 

Parker o. M*Kenna, 2 ; 11 a— 9y 12 c— 5 « 



10 a 

Parkes r. Prite, 10 a 11 * 

Palk w. Ream, 31 j 11 6 

Peak ». PauU, 29/ U b 

Pearce i'. Terras Tin Mining Company, 31 

jn e ■ 

Peed r. Cooper and others, 6 o 1 1 c 

Phelps and another v, Harrison and another, 

14 ; 1 1 e 

Phillips V, Seckham, 20/13 rf— 24 / 11 6 

V. Midland Railway, 3 a 1 1 « 

Polack V. North Western Railway, fi 1 12 a 

PoUtird ». London and North Western Rail- 
way, 2G a 9 d 

Poole r. Great Western Railway, 1 7 / 4 « 

V. Loudon and North Western Railway, 



31 J 11 d 

— Postmaster General r. Highland Railway 
Company, IG « G </ 

— Powell I'. Smith, 13 a 1 1 a 

— Price V. Great Western Railway, 15 a 1 1 a 
f. Byers, 17 o 11 «/, two nvticee^-Vd a 



We 

— Pugin V. Button, 23 « 8 c 

— Radwcll V, Kitchin, 1 1 a 1 1 a 

— liackstraw v, Nottingham, 10 a 11 b 

— Ralph i\ Carrick, 1 a 1 1 c 

— Ramsbottoni v. Truaii. 1A n W ti 



Civ 



P^LUEb'S index to " TUB TmBS " NEWSPAPER. 




Civil Actions (continued). 

Battingham v. Baxcndolo anJ others, 6 j 

13 6 

Battle V. Great Northern Rallwaj, 20 ad a 

Bean v. Bamsley, Salic/ 

Becker v. London and Korth Western 

Railway, 18 » 3 « 

Bedford (Duke of) v. Best, 6 j 13 a 

Bellairs v, Bellairs, 17 i 11 c 

re Benton*8 Policy Trusts, 3 « 10/ 

re Bessemer Steel and Ordnance Company, 

25^11 a 

re Blantyre, Will Case, 2Aj 5 d 

Bloomer v. Bernstein, 9j IS a 

Bolivian Republic v. National Bolivian Na- 
vigation Company, 10 / lid 

Bowler v. Brown, 17 a 11 d 

Bowles V, Hart, Sj 11 d 

in re Bowles's Mortgage, 6/136 

Bracewell v. Midland Railway, 17 a 11 <f 

Bradbom v. Great Western Railway, 29 j 

12 d 
Brady v. American Steamship Company of 

Philadelphia, 7 a 8 a 
Brain (Ephraim) and others, in the Matter 

of a Petition of Right, 2 / 11 a 

Brelsford v. Rigby, 26 a 9 c 

Bridge o. Besant^ 13 a 11 6 

Brinsley v. Jennings, 11 i 11 c 

Britton and another r. Cawtheray, Sail/ 

Broad w. Lyle, 13 a U 6 

Broughton Copper Company v. Freeman, 

26a 9c 

Brown r. Billson, Sj 11 rf- 10 ; 11 d 

V, Brown, 6 ; 13 c 



— Bydenstein and others v, Cartwright, 3 a 
lie 

— Callan v. Dease, 3 ; 12 6—4 ; 7/ 

— Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway i;. Cen- 
tral Wales, &c., 3 a 5 /— 4 a 10 rf— 6 a 9 e- 6 
a 10 d— 26 o 6/ 

— Camagie t;. Camagie, 8 / 12 c 

— re Carnforth flematito Iron Company, 25 j 
11 a 

— Castle V. Thomson, 6y 13 6 

— Cheetham v, Watkin, 17 a 11 « 

— Christy Minstrels — Bain v, Moore, &c., 7 a 
lie 

— City of London Real Property Company v. 
Wrench, 80 ill c 

Sewers Commission v, Glasse, 5 o 10 a 



re Citizen Assarance Corporation, 1 a 1 1 c 

Clark V, hee, 7 a 11 d 

Continental and Shipping Butter Company, 

13> 13 d 
— Cooper V, GrifiBn, 4 a 11 6 
Corporation of Foreign Bondholders l\ Don 

Enrique Pastor, 3 ;' 12 c— 14 ; 1 1 d 

Cory r. Patton, 8i 11 6 

Coulter t;. Patterson, 17 ; 4 e 

Cragg and others v. Day and another, 8 a 



lis 



Crown Co-Operative Society, 20 i 13 a 
re Cullinan, 11 < 5 e 
Cutt«r V. Truss, 30 ; 12 a & 6 
Danson o. Ellis and others, 22 a 9 c 



Oivil ActionB (continued). 

D'Elbur I'. Armstrong, 8j 11 c 

I)e Prece v. Kichard«on, 20 a 9 6 

I)e Serre v. CUrke, 28 ; 11 6 

De Witte v. Parry, 27 11 6 

Dempster v. North Eastern Railway, IS « 

lie 

Dillon V. Barnes and Williams, 2^ II 6 

1)0*1 well V. PhiUips, 20 j 13 b 

Dowling V. Pontypool,&c. Railway, 3 a 10 e 

Duck 17. Bragg, 14/ 11 d 

Dudgeon, r. Pembroke, 8^ II cf 

Dunne r. English, 31 7 11 a 

Dynes v. Duthoit, 19 a 11 c 

Earp V, Rayds, % all d 

Eden 1;. Jepson, 6 / 13 c 

Edmunds v. Alsop, 9jl2f 

Eggers aad others v. Schunck and mnotlier, 

20a 9a 
Eley V. Imperial Ottoman Bank, 4c^ 10 ; 

lie— 11 J 11 6— 17^*11 d 

Emson v. Saffron Walden Railway, 29 / 1 1 6 

European Assurance Arbitratioa: — Balk 

Hospital Case, 4 a 11 e 

Coates's Case, 4 a II « 

Cooper's Case, 11 y II d 

Hough's Case, 4 a II e 

Lennox's Case, 11 ; 11 d 

PauU's Case, 4 a 11 « 

Smith's (Benj.) Case, 4 a 11 »-5 a 10 c 

Talbot's Case— Vivian's Case, 9; 13 6 

Webber's Case, 4 a 11 « 

Weston's Case, 11 ; 11 d 

Evans v. Thomas, 1 a 11 d 

Exchange and Discount Bank v. Haznmondl, 

13 a 11 c 
Fearnsides and others v. Lever and another, 

22a9c 
Fell and another v. Biddolph and another, 

10 a 11 6 

Fenner and another v. Norman and another. 



13 a 11a 

Fielding v. Fitton, 10 o 11 r 

Finn v. South Western Railway, 1 a 1 W 

— Flory V. Causton and others, 8 a 11 c~-4 a 

11/ 
Forster v. Ellison and others, 9 s 9 d 

Fowler v, Lock, 2j 11 6 

Foxon V, Gascoigne, 8 a 10 « 

Frost 17. Lefevre, 26 a 9 d 

Fumess Iron and Steel Company v. Cam* 

mell & Co., 22 a 9 c 
-~- Galdeck v. Little and others, 8 a 11 d 
Gamble v. North Eastern Railway, 21 9 

II a 

Gawthorpe r. Gawthorpe, 14 a 9 c 

Geak r. Ross, 10 a II a 

General Phosphate and Chymical Weeks 

Company, 2d; 11 a 

Giacomette's Trusts, 8 a 10 s 

Gibbs and others v. Wood, 24 a 11 c 

Gillbanks v. Williamson, 24 a 11 c 

Goodere v. Marples and another, 12 o 9 d 

Gordon v. Macdonald, 24 a II c 

— Gossett V. Midland Railway, HiJl*^^ 
— ^ Greaves v Manchester, Sbw' ' ' ** 



f?v 



iSept 80, 1«74,3 rALHEB's' index to " the times " newspaper, 



Ckm 



Cleaver (S.) on the Intoxicating Liquor Aet, 91 

Clergy Mutual Aasurance Society, Sjlla 

New Act, 11*3 A 

- — Orphan Corporation, Grant to, djOf 

Clerical Appointments, -4 j 5 a—Q j 7f^7 J 

9 /L_9 , 13/— 11 ;• /— 13 / 11 e^loj 8 a— IS 

: i 11 a— 16 i 5 A— 22 J 5/— 23 j 9/-25 j 6 e— 6 

3/"— 6a8a^U«3/— lOrt 11/— 21 a 11/ 

r-~2J a 9/~3 # 7 c— 10 » 9/— 15 » 6 rf— 16 « 6 

«— 16 # 8 </-17 « 6 e— 21 « 10 c— 24 s 6/— 26 

J7t 

Clifton College, Distribution of Prizes, lad f- 

5 aSe 
Close (Dean) on Vestments, 18./ 12 rf 
Clowes (Frank) on the Bathing Accident at 

Whitby, 29 « 7 c 
Clyde, Meeting to Iraprovo, 1 7 * 7 « 
Coachmakexs* Ompany Revival of, 28 « 8 c 
Coal Cwttiag MaefaineSy Competition for at Dud- 
ley, 18 o 7/ 
- — Crown Preserved Coal Company, 17 o 7 c 

Import and Export Returns of the fort of 

London, 7j U a — 6 a 10 a — 4 » 4 a ^ 

Market. State of, 2 / 6 a— 4 ; 1 1 b^7j 11 b 

^di:9i>— 11 7 6 ^— 14^ 10 «— l«i 11 a^l8 j 
JO *— 21 ; 11 o~23 J 7 a— 25 j 6 6—28 / 10 c 
-_80 ; 6 6—1 a 10 6—6 a 10 6—8 a 6 6—11 a 
7 r— 13 a 7 6—15 a 7 «»— 18 a 6 a— 20 o 8 a— 

22 a 5 a— 25 o 6 6- 27 a 7 6—29 a 7 c— 1 4 4 6 
.-3,5 a_^ , G c— 10 « c— 12 s 6 c— 15 « 4 6 
^17 8 i a— 19 a 6 ri— 22 s i a— 26 s 6 tf-r.29 
« 4 c 

• — Meeting of the Northumberland an4 Durr 

ham Pitmeo on the Wages Question, 17 a 10 </ 

—24 a 10 6 
New Mine at the Prystone Park Estate, 28 

a3 6 
»-«r Notice to Colliers on the Consctt District 

of a Reduction of Wages, S a7 e 
— iietum of Exports from the Port at Grimsby, 

9y9 6 
--r- Shipped for Steamers' Use, / 1> a— 8 a 6 a 
^— - in Southern Russia, 19 a 4 /-»^28 s b a 

Tasmanian, 31 J 10 d 

Tax on, in Egypt, 29 j 10 a— 5 a 9 «— 15 a 

7 «— 17 alOe 

Trade in France, 8 s 4 6 

Wages of (U)ilier8, 30 s 6 6 

• and Iron Trade, see Ihon 

Wine and Grain Duties, 2 s ic 

Coals and Cinilers. (J j 6 J 
Coalfidds of Ami^riea, 22 a 4 « 
Coasts of the Red Sea, 21 > 10/ 
Cobden Club Dinner, 4 j 5 e — 13^ 13 a 
Cochineal, Sute of Trade in, 1 > 13 6—9 j 9 6— 

23 i 7 c— 6 a 10 6—7 a 7 c— 3 « 5 e- 17> 4 e 
Cochise, the Apache, 19 a 10/ 

Struggle with Englehart, 19 a 10/ 

Cochrane (Baillie) on the Pubhc Worship Bill, 
at Hyde. 22 « 4/ 

Cocoa, 2>late of Trade in» Hj 10 J— 15 i 10/- 22 
i II 6— 29 J 10 6—12 a 4 a— 19 a 7 «— 26 « 5 a 
— 2 « 4 e— 9 * 4 6—16 s 6 c— 23 s 6 rf— 30 * 6 6 

Codification and the Law of Homicide, 29 j 10/ 
'-*ec, State of Trade in, I j 13 6—2 ; 6 rf— 3 / 

I 6 — 4 > U) /1-ft 1 in //— « !l A— in J 1 1 r — 1 1 



j 6 6—15 j 10 r—iej 11 c— 17 ; 10 rf— ISj 10 
6— 22j \ 1 6—23 ;-7 c— 24 j 10 6— 25 j 6 6—29 
i 10 6—30 j 6 /*— 31 ; 10 rf— 1 a 10 d— 5 add 
—6 « 10 6—7 a 7 c— 8 a 6 6—12 a 4 a— 13 a 7 
6—14 a 5 6—15 a 7 c— 19 a 7 «— 20 a 8 /— 21 
a 7 6—22 « 5 /— 26 a 6 a— 27 a 7 6— .28 a 5 c 
—29 a 7 rf— 2 < 4 e— 3s 5 e— 4 s 4 c— 6 * 6 6— 
9*4 6— 10 J 6 rf— 11 546— 12 « 6 e— 16 s^c 
—17 8 4 e— 18 8 4 «— 10 s 6 c— 23 s 6 rf— 24 a 

4 a— 25 8 4/— 26 « 6 c— 30 s 6 6 
Coffee, Ceylon Returns, 21 / 10 d 
— Return of Duty on, 22 a 8 « 

College for Blind Sons of Gentlemen, Distribm* 

tion of Prizes, 28 ;12 6— 25^ 12 d 
Colliery Accident Funds, Notes about, 29 j Jl a 

—1 a 12 */— 6 a 10 rf— 12 a 8 c 
Collins (Clifton) on Ancient CUsnes for English 
Readers, 28 « 1 / 

(Mortimer) on Birds in Berkshire. 11 / 12 a 

on the City Mulberry Trees, 28 a 0/ 

on Migration of Swallows, 16 « 1 1 / 

on the Storage of Water* 3 a 6 « 

ColonJflU Appointments, 11 a 9 e— 12 a 6 c— 14 a 
7 «— 19 « 8 </— ^ 8 3 6—9 <t 6 c 

Attorneys' Relief Act, 12 1 6 e 

Bishoprics* Fund, 9> 9 /* 

Despatches, 2 J 9 f-^S j 9/— 7/8 6— 9 j 11 

/— 11 / 10 6— J3y 11 e-14 ; 8 rf— 16 / 8 c— 2(1 
; 1 1 e— 24 ? 9/— 27 ; 9 d— 29 ; 9 a— 31 j 9/-^ 
3 a 9 «— r a 7/— 6 a 9/— 7 a 9 /— 8 <. 8 /"— 10 
a 9/— 11 a 9c<— 19 « 9/— 20 a 7/— 24 a 9/— 
28 a 7/— 81 a 7/— 4 s 7 e— 7 s 6 e— 16 * 8 «— 
19 8 0/— 21 s 9 6-83 8 9 /— 25 s 7 /— 29 s 7 f 

Government Securities, State of, ik every 

duy^s paper 

Office Appointments, 10/9 /"— 5 nZ f 

Produce Market, 4^ 11 6—11 ; 6 a— 18y 10 

a— 25 7 6 «— 1 o 10 6— 8 a 6 a— 15 a 7 ri— 22 a 

5 a— 29 a 7 <;— 5 s 6 6 — 12 s 6 r— 26 86 a 
Trusts Corporation, I / 18 a 



Lady 



Colonics and the Navy, II a 9 f 

Colosseum of l^ome, 16 « 1 1 «- 21 a 9 /— 24 s o T 

—28 s 10 6 -^ J 

Columbia Market, Re-Transfer of, to 

Burdett Coutts, Sj 7./ 
Comet at Calcutta, 6 7 7a 

Mr. H. T, Gale on, 7^116 

8ee New 

Comets, New Theory of, 247 8 6— 25y 6 e 
Commercial Traveller** School. 1 / 13 6 

Union Assurance Company, 20 a 8 a 

Common Lands, Return of, in EnirUnd and 

Wales, 24 ; 6 rf 
Commons Land in EngUnd and Wales. 17 a 5 f 
Companies, Miscellaneous, Statu of Sliures in, in 

«iwy day*s ptif)€r 
Compensation for Pillage, a French Action. 24 

Competition in the Transatlantic Trade, 6 a 5 / 

Comi)etitors for Emigrants, 12 * 6 a 

Complimentary Corrt-spondent- a Bengalee Stu- 
dent's Letter, 2j 12 c 

Compton (Alwyne) on the Public Worship Re- 
gul tion Act, 11/5 d 

Coniliciing Views— the American and his House., 
4*76 • 



PniiHi'ionrv* K^nnrt" 9. i <i * A • X - iq 



1 1 « 



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palmer's index to " THE TI3IES ^ KEVSPAPKR. 



Civil Actions (continved). 

■ Reade i?. French. 5 a 10 a 

Ueg v. Fowles, Littler and Astles, 15 a 11 a 

V, Youldcn and Uatten, 18 a 11 ^—15 a 



11 a 



V, Morton. Sail f 



— Reuter's Telegram Company v, Bjtmi, 24 j 
11 </—(>« 11 a 

— Riclr r. Attorney General, 1 a 11 c 

— Kichards and others v, Davis, 27 ; 1 1 rf 

' — Richardson and others v. We^delin, 9 /13 a 

Itobinson v. Sanderson, 17 a 11 d 

Robson V, North Eastern Rtiilway, 20 ; 13 « 

-r— Rod^rs and Son v. Rodgers and Son, 28 j 
11 6— 23y 1 1 6 

— Rosa V. Simm and others, 22 a c 

— Ross V. Curran, 14 j 11 e 

— Rowland and others r. Hill, 23 / 11 c 

— Royal Victoria Palace Theatre r. Moore 
and I)eIatorre*s Cases, 20i 13 a 

— Ruby Consolidated Mining Conspany v. 
AakewB Case, 17/ 11 6 

— Rudd and others v. Grant and another, 6 j 
18 6—8 ; 11 c— 9 ;• 12/— 11 ill* 

— Salvage v. Wicken, 3/ 12 rf 

— Salvin t% North Branoepeth Coal Company, 
17/116 

— Saunders v, Simon, 8/ 12 d 

— St. Aubyn r. Rattdell, 2/115 

— re St. Bride's United Slate and Slab Com- 
pany, 1 a 11 e 

— Scaife ». Farrand, 81/ 11 </ 

— Sheenan v. South Eastern Railway, 11 a 
11 6 

— Shields v. North British Railway, 22 ; 5 « 

— Simcoe w. Johnson, 24 / 1 1 b 

— Smith V, Bellis, 10 a 11 c 

V. Fletcher and others, 23/ 11 c 

V, Saunders,' 13 alia 

— Somerf v. City Bank, 9/ 13 a 

— re South Essex Raiknray, 6/ 13 6 

— Stable r. Deane, 9/ 13 fr 

— Stallybrass v. Low, 13 a 11 n 

— Starkcy v. Dal&, S'alld 

— Statham v. Whcelev, 6 a 11 d 

— Stewart ». Berry, 20/ 13 a 
V, Lupton, 17/ lit 

— Strachey v. Osborne, BFertl e 

— Stock win v. Midland lUilwny. 2&j-\2'd 

— re Surrey Chapel Centenary Fund, 3 a 10 e 

— Swaoborough r. Henderson, 10 s 11 c— 12 s 
Th 

— Sykes r. S«rth Eastern Railway, Sail/ 

— Symonds t». Sj'inotids, 5 a 1 U a 

— Targus v Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 8 a U / 

— Taylor vl Greenhalgh, 8; 11 c 
and another r. Ranger, 22 a 9 e 



— Thames Iron Works &c. Company v. Nisbet, 
30/ II c 

— Theophilus v. Hanwd, 80/ 12 c 

— Thompson v. Fowler, 31 ; n •• 

— Thornton v. London and North Western, 
&c. Railway, 24 « 1 1 c 

— Tichborue i*. Tichbome, 9i 13 6 
Mr. Cobbctt*8 Application, 24i 11 <f 



— Tidswell v, Rhodus and.anotIier,. Sail d 
2& 



ClTil Actions (contifMed). 

Top[w ng and Wife r. Lancashire and Tork-* 

shire Railway, 17 a ltd. Uco notices 

Tredwel! r. Flack, 23 ; H A 

Trustees of the Harbour of Car.iaTron lu 

Bugbird^ 13 a 11 c 

Tunis Rsilnfay Company— Tolnir r. Txsdf 



Railway. 13 ; 13 d 

— Tunnicliffe r. Dour, 20/ 13 e 

— Turner r, Eastern Counties liailway, 10 s 
11 a 

— Tyk-r r. Vallanee and Berkeby. 6 7' 13 c 

— Universal Sewing Machine C-ompany c- 
Blair, 14 a 9 6 

— Vaughan r. Halliday, 8 7 10 « 
r. Weldon, 9; 12/ 



ex parte Vaux in* re Oftuston, ^/ II a 

Wagstaffe r. MidUnd RaUway, 24/ 1 1 h 

Wait V, Evans, 10 a 11 a 

Walker v. Haigh, 17 a 11 c 

Wall V, Attorney Qenend and others^ 9j VL 

f-lSjlld 
Warriner ». London and Nortlv Western 

Railway, 26 a 9 e 

Waters r. King, 20 i 13 h 

Watney, E>e u ors of ». Wandsworth Bndge 

Company, 31/ 11 rf 

Webster v. WUliams, 8 / 1 1 cf 

V. Smith, 81 / 11 c 

Weld Blnndeli and others v. Udonris aod 

others, 20 a 9 a 

Wheeler r. Hutton, 10 ; 11 d 

Whit« ». Saunders, 12 a 9 c ^ 

Whitehead v. Tattershall, 17 a 11 «f 

Whitfield r. Scarlett, 9; 13 a 

Whitworth and others p, Volkart, 22 a $'c 

Williams v. Aylesbury Railway, 6 a 11 a 

Williamton v. Great Western Ridlway, 10« 

11a 
Wilson r. Lawrie, 2'fn 6— 3/12 rf-«/ 

13 c 
•— and Wife t?. Thombury and others, 31/ 

11 6—25 / 11 J— 27 / 11 d—28 j 12 rf-29;K 

rf— 80/ l'2 b 
Woodhcad t». Lancashire and Yorkehiw 



Railway, 10 a 11 r 

— Wrench- r. City of London Real'»Pit>pe*ty 
Company, 30/11 c— 3 alOf 

— Wriifht r. London and Nbrtb Wcsteni Rail- 
way, 28^11 c 

Young 17. Midland Railway, 17 ; 4 e 



Civil List. Estimated Charge, 25 5 4 a 

Service Appointments, see OmcikL 

Inquiry Commission, 8 7 10/ 

Pensions, 16/5 6 

Clarence House, Alterations in; 24 » 6 6' 
Clarendon (Lady) Health of, 1 ; H / 
CLorke (Edw.) on Marshal Baaaine. 15 a 5 c 
(Hyde) on Spanish AtfWrs, 25 a 6 0—27 «r 

7a 

on Spanish Contracts, 29 a 6 <f 

■ — on the SpanisH Coupon Question, 25 /^sr 

Claughton (Bp.) on the Public Worship BiB, IT 

i 12 6—11 a 6c 
Clayton (Wm ) on the Thames Conservancy, I ' 

8 d 
CIcavor (S.) on the Bona FLle Travell^-T**/" 



Sept 30, 1h74,] pa LUEa's' index to '* thk times " newspaper. 



Ckm 



Cleaver (S.) on the Intoxicating Liquor Aet, 9i 

Clergy Mutual Assurance Society, 3^ 11 a 

New Act. U«36 

- — Orphan Corporation, Grant to, 9j f 

CJlfirical Appointments, -4 j 5 a — 6 j 7/— 7j 
9 f—dj 13 /~I1 ; 9 /—IS / 11 e— ISy 8 a— 15 

: i II a— 16 J 5 ^—22 J 5/— 23i 9/— 25 j 6 «— 6 
a3/— 6a8rt— Ua3/— 19a 11/— 21 a II f 
— 2> a «/— 3 5 7 «— 10 s 9/— 15 a 6 cf— 16 s 6 
«— 16* 8 c/— 17 * 6 c— 21 « 10 c— 24 s 6/— 26 
s7i 

Clifton College, Distribution of Prizes, 1 a 9 /*- 
5 a8« 

Close (Dean) on Vestments, 18,/ 12 rf 

Clowes (Frank) on the Bathing Accident at 
Whitby, 29 a 7 c 

Clyde, Meeting to Improve, 1 7 « 7 « 

Coachmakers' (^^mpany Revival of, 28 « 8c 

Coal Cutting Machines, Competitiun lor at Dud- 
ley, 18a 7y 

— — Crown Preserved Coal Company, 1 7 o 7 c 

' Import and Export Returns oi the Port of 

London, 7> 1 1 a— 6 a 10 a — 4 » 4 a ^ 

Market, State of, 2j 6 a— 4 / 11 ^— 7 j 11 h 

--9 i 9 t— 11 ; 6 b—Hj 10 a— 16 j 11 a^l8 j 
JO *— 21 ; 11 «— 23^ 7 a— :25 j 6 6—28 ; 10 c 
—30; 6 ^— 1 a 10 6—6 a 10 6—8 a 6 6—11 a 
7 f— 13 a 7 6—15 a 7 «»— 18 a 5 a— 20 o 8 a— • 
22 a 5 a— 25 a 6 6- 27 a 7 6—29 a 7 c— 1 4 4 6 
~3 « 5 a— 5 « 6 c— 10 s U cw-.12 « 6 c— lo j 4 6 
—17 * 4 a— 19 9 6 «— 22 « 4 a— 26 s 6 tf-i-29 
«4e 

•— - Meeting of the Northumberland an<J D«r»- 
ham Pitmen on the Wages Question, 17 a 10 </ 
—24 a 10 6 

- — • New Mine at the Frystone Park Estate, 28 
a3 6 

^•^ Notice to Colliers on the Consctt District 
of a Reduction of Wages, Ss7 e 

• — iietum of Exports from the Port at Grimsby, 
Sy9 6 

•*— Shipped for Steamers' Use, 9 / D a— 8 a 6 a 

^-— in Southern Russia, 19 * 4 /•«-28 « 5 a 

^- — Tasmanian, 81 7 10 d 

• Tax on, in Egypt, 29 1 10 a— 5 a 9 a— 15 a 

7 rt— 17 a 10 £ 

Trade in France, 8 « 4 6 

■ Wages of (Colliers, 30 5 6 6 

and Iron Trade, see IhON 

- — • Wine and Grain Duties, 2 * 4 c 

Coals and Cinders. G j GJ 

Coalfields of America, 22 a 4 e 

Coasts of the Red Sea, 21 ; 10 /* 

Cobden Clab Dinner, 4i 6 e— 13^ 13 a 

Cochineal, State of Trade in, 1 ; 13 6—9 j 9 6— 
23/7 c— 6 a 10 6—7 a 7 c— 3 i 5 e- 17 / 4 « 

Cocluse, the Apache, 19 a 10/ 

-;—- Struggle with Englehart, 19 a 10 /* 

t'Ochrane (BaiUie) on ihe PubUc Worship BilL 
HtHyde, 22ri4/ 

^a, btate of TVade in» 8/ 10 rf— 16 j 10 f-^22 
3 U 6— 29y 10 6—12 a 4 a— 19 a 7 «»— 26 a 5 a 

p ~-2 « 4 c— 9 s 4 6—16 s 6 c— 23 s 6 rf— 30 a 6 6 

^wifiLation and the Law of Uoraiclde, 29 j 10 /' 

^«"ec, State of Trade in, 1 ; 13 6—2 / 6 rf— 3 ; 
U 6—4 I in /—ft 1 in // o V <i /. in v 1 1 ^^ 1 1 



j 6 6—15 j 10 /•— 16i 11 c— 17 ; 10 rf— 18 i' 10 
6— 22y i 1 6—23 ;.7 c— 24 J 10 6— 25 j 6 6—29 
j 10 6—30 j 6 /— 31 ; 10 flT— 1 a 10 d— 6 add 
—6 « 10 6—7 a 7 c— 8 a 6 6—12 a 4 a— 13 a 7 
6—14 « 5 6—16 a 7 c— 19 a 7 e— 20 a 8 A-21 
a 7 6—22 a 5 /-26 a 6 a-27 a 7 6-28 a 5 c 
—29 a 7 rf— 2 s 4 e— 3s 6 «— 4 s 4 c-6 « 6 6— 
9 « 4 6—10 a 6 rf-11 5 4 6—12 s 6 e— 16 « 6 c 
—17 a 4 s— 18 IT 4 c— 19 a 6 c— 23 a 6 </— 24 # 

4 a— 25 * 4/— 26 s 6 c— 30 s 6 6 
Coffee, Ceylon Returns, 21 / 10 d 
Return of Duty on, 22 « 8 « 

College for Blind Sons of Gentlemen, Distribm« 

tionof Prizes, 23 n2 6— 25/12 rf 
Cottiery Accident Funds, Notes about 29 1 Jl a 

— 1 a 12f/— SalOrf— 12a 8c 
Collins (Clifton) on Ancient Chis^s for English 
Readers, 28a I f 

(Mortimer) on Birds in Berkshire, 11 / 12 a 

— — — on the City Mulberry Trees, 28 * 6 /* 

on Migration of Swallows, 16*11/ 

on the Storage of Water, 3 a 5 e 

ColonJaJ Appointments, 11 a 9 «— 12 a 6 c— 14 a 
7 e— 19 o 8 </— ^ 8 3 6—9 « 6 e 

Attorneys' Relief Act, 12 « 6 « 

Bishoprics* Fund, 9j{) f 

Despatches, 2j 9 /*— 3 .; 9/— 7 i"8 6—9 / 11 

/-ll ; 10 6-13> 11 «-14 ; 8 d-i6 ;-8 c-2.1 
; 1 1 e-24 ? 9/— 27 ; 9 d— 29 ; 9 a-31 j 9/— 
3 a 9 e— r a 7/— 6 a 9/— 7 a 9 /— 8 a 8 /"— 10 
a 9/--11 a 9 cf— 19 « 9/— 20 o 7/— 24 a 9 A- 
28 a 7/-«l a 7/— 4 * 7e-7 5 6 u-UJ * 8 «— 
19 « 9/— 21 » 9 «— 23 * 9 /— 25 » 7 /•~29 » 7 / 
— - Government Securities, State of, it. eveiy 
aa^s paper 

Office Appointments, 10/9 /"— 5 n 8 f 

Produce Market, 4> 11 6—11 ; 6 a— 18 / 10 

a— 25 ; 6 a— 1 a 10 6— 8 a 6 a— 15 a 7 «— 22 a 

5 a— 29 a 7 «,- 5 a 6 6—12 a 6 <v— 26 a6a 

Trusts Corporation, I ; 13 a 

Colonies and the Navy, 1 1 a 9 /* 

Colosseum of Rome, 16 « 1 1 a— 21 a 9 /— *>! , 5 /• 
—28 .s 10 6 ^ - y 

Columbia Market, Re-Transfer of, to Ladv 
BurdettCoutts, 3i7/ ^ 

Comet at Calcutta, 6 7 7a 

Mr, H. T, Gale on, 7> 11 6 

aee New 

Comets, New Theory of, 24 / 8 1—2^] 6 e 
Commercial Travellers* School, 1 / 13 6 

Union Assurance Company, 20 tt 8 a 

Common Lands, Return of, in England and 

Wales, 2^ j 5 d 
Commons Land in Enghind and Wales 17 a 5 /' 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Slmres in, li 
every day*a paper 

Compensaliou for PiUagc, a French Action. 24 
a 7/ 

Competition in the Transatlantic Trade, 6 a 5 / 

CoraiJetitors lor Emigrants, 12 5 6a 

Complimentary Correspondent— a Bengalee Stu- 
dent s Letter, 2 j 12 c 

Compton (Alwyne) on the Public Worship Re- 
gul tion Act, 11/5 <f ^ 

Conflicting Views— the American and his House 
4 « 7d • 



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rALMJBB S INDEX TO " THE TIMES ^ KKWSnPAPES. 



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16 / 9 /•— 20i 1 1 c- 23 i 9/—2AJ 9 f-SOj 9/ 
—1 a 9 /— 15 /I 9 /•— 18 <f 7 /^29 <i 9 «— 2 « 7 
«— 18 M 7 e— 24 5 7 o -28 « 9 / 

for the United States, 81 n 7e 

Conservative Banquet at Lewes, X(Xj 9 /' 
Denmnstrutlm at Oxford, 11 « 10 a 

at Froiue. 11 s 10 A 

Con.'^tnble (('. G ) Borrowe<l Plnmca, 4 « 8 c 
C nsiuDptiun Hu;$pital, Ventnor, liujrai Visit to, 

19 a 9/ 
Contraband, !24 * 5 6 

(^Mverls to Koman Catholicism, 21 « 12 a 
Convicted Cnbnjun, Notes about, 4 a 9/— 5 o 8 6 

— (5 aJ2 f--8 a 8 e— 1 1 u 12 rf 

Moetinj? in Trafalj^ar Square about, \7 ad/ 

f^onvicfc Labour in Scotland. W s 11/ 
Convocation — Mft'titig at King** College to Or- 

gani«^ and Conrblne, 4 / 7/ 

of Canterbury, Meeting*, 9 ; 8 « 

— An-hbisbdp's Bill, 9 j 8/-10y 10 f—U J Bj 

('hurch in Imlia, 11 > v» f 

Day of lnterec6.Hion for Missions, 11 / 6/ 

Archdn. Dw.ison and the Bishops, 11 > 6/ 



Kn^lish Church Union, 9 / 8 /" 

-^ — Old Catholic Movemeut, 9 ; S> c— 1 IjC^f 
Ornaments Uubrio, 9 i* 8 «— 10 j JO/— 11 

I'an- Anglican Synod, 11 j 6/ 

Proposed lieforni of, 9 / 8 « 

Ketired Binhopof St, Davids', 9j8e 

Uifual Commission Beport, 9^ 8 « 

Ritualists and Church Discipline, 9 ; 8 e & / 

and the Uubrics, 18^ 12 c/— 21 a 12 d 

-^ — Koyal Ijctters of Business, QjHe&f 

' Sailors in English Ports, 11 j ti/ 

of York, 4 rr 4 c 

Convocations, Order in Council to Prorogue, 8 

a i:^ d 
Conveyancing and Land Transfer New Act, 9 

ft A fi 
Cook (E. R.) on the Accident at Woodford 

Station, 21 «11 6— 24 « 4 </ 
-, — (John) on the Crystal Palace Temperance 

Fete. 23/ He 

(Thomas) American Tour, 9 / 6 e 

on the Health of Home, 24 a 6 4 

and Son, en Travelling in Moab, 29 a 10/— 

2 X 8 r— .S It 3 /— 9 s'6e 
Cookhani, Opening of a British Tumulus at, 11 

Cool SHmmer Visitors — Icebergs at St. John's, 

Ncwft>uiidland, 10 « 4./' 
Coolies to (iuutemaia, 15 a 5 0-17 a 10 « — 18 

(N)omHSsie and Magdala. loj 11 </ 

Cuojser (Kersey) on Emigration to a Free 

Country, 18 ri 9 « 
Co-0|»erative Dispensaries, 24 » 10 a 

Farniiiig at Glynde, 31 « H • 

S«>cioiy in Chancery, 30 s G h 

Scores and Shopkeepers, 3i 11 d 

Copyright, International, Deputation to Govem- 

nieni about, 8 / 7 / 
Cornl Keefs in the Pacific, 8 a 12 a 
Cordilleras, 31 a 7 e 

^V»rfu, Serious liiot in, 2 j 5 6— j G/— 22j 12 t 
H(/ 10 a 
^8 



Com, State of Trade in, 1 / 13 c— 2 ; € a— S9U 
f/— 4 ; 10/— 6 j 9 e^7j 1 1 k-^j 10 •— 9/^^ 
— 10> 11 0— 11> 6 A— 13i 8/— U> 10 fr-U i 
10 d— 17 i 10 e— 18 ; 10 ^— 20j 8 e— 21 / 11 * 
—22 J 1 1 6—23 ; 7 c— 24 / 10 «— 25 ; 6 ^-27i 

7 c/— 28 ; 10 <i-29 ; 10 c— 30 / 6/— 31 j 10 ^-> 
1 a 10 rf— 3 a 6 d^\ a 10 «— 6 a 9 c— 6 « 16* 
—7 a 7 c— 8 a G /— 10 a 7 e— U a 7 c— 12 «4 
c— 13 a 7 rf— 14 a 5 6- 15 a 7 C--17 « 7«— W 
et 5 1/— 19 a 7 /— 20 a 8 /— 21 a 7 «— 22 09 f 
—24 a 5/— 2r> a 6 6—26 a o *— 27 a 7/— 28« 
6 6— 29rt 7d— 3lo 6 /*— 1 »4A-2»4 6— S» 
6 /— 4 » 4 ^- 6 a 6 </— 7 « 4 0—8 s 4 e— 9 # 4 | 
— 10 * 6 J— 1 1 .s 4 rf— 12 s G e— 14# 6 /—la # 
4 e— 10 # G «— 17 « 4 /*- 18 » 4 e— 19 # 6 a— 21 

8 6 d— 22 s 4 rf— 23 * G6— 24 » 4 /— 26 s4 c- 
26 J« G a— 28 s G c/— 29 * 4/-^30 s 6 i< 

Variations in the Price of, llj^k 

see Money Market 

Cornish Miner's Journey, 20 ; C <i 

Sardines. 4 « 9 c 

Cornwall Tin and Copper Mining Compmy, II 

a o rt 
Corporation of the City of Lcmdon, .Ansul 

Balanc<> Sheet, 29 a 7 € 

and the Gas Supply, 1 * 8 « 

CoriK>rations, 6c.vernment Control orer, 12 # (? • 
Corps of Commissionaires. 25 j 10 /— 29 a J/— 

2« « & & 

Honesty of One of their Body, 16 1 10 / 

Correction, 1 s 3 0— 7 « 3^— 16 s 6 tf-^^f 5 6^ 

25 i 3 e— 2G slid 
Cosin (Bp.) and the Revision of IQGi, Noi