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Deaths—continued.

Addenbroke, E. A. 274 ; Agar, hon.
capt. 285; Aldersey, S. 294; Anderson,
J. 252; Anderson, maj. 286 ; Anderson,
capt. 304; Andrews, mrs. M. 277;
Antrim, earl of, 296 ; Archbold, R. 260;
Archer, lieut.-col. 252; Arnott, dr. 292;
Arthur, lady, 242; Astley, lady, 242;
Attree, capt. 305; Attwood G. de B.
267; Attye, mrs. M. L. 320; Audley,
baroness, 300.

Backhouse, G. C. 303; Bailey, J. P.
331 ; Baillie, mr. G. 274 ; Baker, lady,
273; Ballingall, sir G. 323; Bankes,
W. J. 266; Barclay, C. 323; Barlow,
F. P. 321; Barlow, capt. 332; Bar-
nard, gen. sir A. 243; Barton, lieut..
gen. 279; Bassett, baroness, 244 ;
Bathurst, mrs. 307; Battine, J. 325;
Battine, ensign, 325 ; Bayley, maj.
280; Bayly, col. 321 ; Baynes, sir E.
S. 295; Bedford, hon. mrs. B. 274;
Bell, lady C. 333; Bellew, sir M. 296 ;
Benbow, J. 255; Bendyshe, J. 325;
Bengal, + archbp. of, 323; Bentinck,
count, 280; Berkeley, hon. C. F. 290;
Berriedale, lord, 328; Bethune, mrs. F.
318; Bickersteth, rev. J. 304; Bird,
Golding, 237 ; Bishop, sir H. R. 269;
Black, J. 289; Blackburn, J. E. 248;
Blacker, W. 321 ; Blake, col. 301;
Blakely, dean, 322 ; Blakemore, R.
267; Blofield, rev. T. C. 255; Blois,
sir Č. 281 ; Blunt, rev. J. J. 282;
Boileau, lieut. C. 296; Bolland, rev.
H. J. 303; Bonham, gen. 267; Booth,
lady, 243; Boughey, lieut..col. 294 ;
Boughton, lady E. 321; Bourke, col. sir
R. 299; Bouverie, rev. J. 280; Bowes,
miss M. 331; Bowring, miss A. 324;
Boxer, rear-adm. 279; Boxer, lieut.
280; Boyd, sir J. 243; Boyne, visct.
263; Brenton, mrs. H. 329; Bridges,
rev. B. H. 307; Brisbane, miss M.
263 ; Brogden, mrs. H. 247; Broke,
sir P. V. 255; Broke,"capt. 304 ; Brom-
head, sir E. T. F. 261; Bromhead, rev.
C. F. 297; Brook, W. L. 307; Brook,
mrs. E. 307 ; Brooks, archd. 309;
Brown, lieut.-col. 250 ; Brown, mrs.
A. E. 260 ; Brown, mrs. D. 306;
Brown, maj. 318; Browne, lieut.-gen.
sir T. H. 261; Browne, hon. capt.
262; Bruat, adm. 320; Bruges, W. H.
308; Brunel, lady, 238 ; Buckingham,
J. S. 289; Buckley, capt. 304; Buller,
lieut.-gen. 316; Buller, mrs. C. J. J.
325 ; Bunyan, R. 321 ; Burder, J.
264; Burgoyne, lady, 270; Burnaby,
J. D. 331 ; Burnes, mrs. S. 262;
Burton, sir R. 304 ; Bushe, lady L. 267,

Deaths-continued.

Cadogan, W. H. 268 ; Caithness,
earl of, 328 ; Calder, lady F. S. 280;
Caledon, earl of, 289; Calmady, C. B.
238; Campbell, lady, 307 ; Campbell,
miss N. 260; Campbell, maj.-gen. sir
J. 283; Campbell, maj. B. 333; Camp-
bell, W. P. 263; Campbell, A. 309;
Campion, W. J. 244 ; Canino, dow.
princess, 294 ; Capel, hon. gen. 249;
Carew, lady, 250 ; Carew, adm. sir B.
H. 250 ; Carew, T. G. W. 274 ; Carew,
dr. 323 ; Carmichael, sir T. G. 332;
Carnegie, lady, 260 ; Carpenter, gen. G.
249; Carpenter, mrs. H. 307 ; Carring-
ton, G. 331 ; Carter, mrs. G. C. 310;
Carthew, adm. 321 ; Carysfort, earl of,
280 ; Caulfield, capt. 285; Cautley,
rev. W. G. 263 ; Cave-Browne-Cave,
sir J. R. 317; Chad, sir c. 309;
Chaloner, R. 274; Chapman, mrs. B.
252; Chapman, maj. 307; Chatterton,
sir W. A. 297; Chichester, mrs. I.
322 ; Chomeley, F. 297 ; Christie, capt.
P. 271; Chronsberry, C. 275 ; Chrons-
berry, mrs. 275; Clarke, rev. J. 249 ;
Clough, miss, 308; Cobbe, col. 285 ;
Cochrane, C. 281; Colborne, lady, 252;
Colburn, H. 300; Cole, lady, M. L.
249; Coleridge, miss, F. A. L. 271;
Colston, rev. W. H. 312; Compton,
mrs. C. 263 ; Compton, capt, lord 8.
275; Conyers, lieut.-gen. 298; Cook,
miss J. 325; Cooper, lady, 248; Cope-
land, T. 318; Corbet, sir A. V. 310;
Corbett, capt. 280 ; Corbett, P. 319;
Cornwall, maj.-gen. 294 ; Corry, rear-
adm. 271; Cother, lieut.-col. C. 246 ;
Cotton, lady, 264 ; Cowling, J. 324;
Cowper, prof. 274; Cox, capt. 305;
Crawfurd, W. 315 ; Crespigny, mrs M.
A. 263 ; Cubitt, T. 328 ; Cuddy, lieut..
col. 304 ; Cullum, rev, sir T. G. 248;
Cumming, Miss L. L. 243; Cunning-
hame, capt. 304; Curry, lieut. 312;
Curry, adm. 331 ; Curzon, G. N. 282.

D'Aeth, R. N. lieut. 297 ; D'Aguilar,
lady, 294; D’Aguilar, lieut-gen. sir G.
274 ; Dalmer, col. 309; Dalrymple,
mrs. G. 247; Daly, three brothers,
280 ; Dampier, mrs. M. C. 243; Dash-
wood, mrs. G. M. 282; Davies, G. 262;
Davis, major, 264; Davy, rev. C. W.
250; Davy, lady, 273; Dawson, G. F.
280; Dawson, lieut. 324 ; Deane, mrs.
A. 309; De Bielke, mr. R. 296; De
Bode, baron, 280; De Bruhl, count,
249; Decies, lord, 255; De Colquhoun,
chev. 295; De Dietrich, baron, 296;
De la Bêche, sir H. T. 265; Delamere,
lord, 309; De Lavalette, countess, 280;

gen. 265.

Deaths-continued.

Della Marmora, gen. A. 280 ; De Mau-
lay, lord, 274 ; Dennistoun, J. 251 ;
Dent, J. 312; De Polignac, count M.
255 ; De Torre Diaz, count, 298 ; De
Vesci, visct. 312; Dickson, maj. 280 ;
Dickson, A. 329; Dickinson, J. 263 ;
Dickinson, mrs. C. 322; Digby, mrs. E.
331; Dighton, F. 252; Dillwyn, L. W.
303 ; Disbrowe, lady, 312; Dixon, R.
333; Dod, C. R. 254 ; Dod, miss E.
294; Don Carlos (infantn), 260; Don
Carlos, prince, 260; Donkin, B. 255;
Donkin, lady A. M. 312; Douglas, nirs.
A. 249; Douglas, rev. E. A. 251;
Douglas, vice-adm. 296 ; Dover, H.
304; Down, rear-adm. E. a. 245 ;
Downshire, dow. marchioness, 264 ;
D'Oyley, serj. 242; D'Oyley, gen. 308;
Drummond, major, 298; Drummond,
hon. capt. 309 ; Duffy, lieuto-gen. 262;
Dwarris, rev. H. P. 274; Dyke, lieut.
267; Dymock, capt. 315.

Eden, ensign, 325 ; Edgeworth, mrs.
E. 249; Egerton, lieut.-col. 289; Eger-
ton, col. 267; Ekins, adm. sir C. 290 ;
Eld, F. 239; Eliot, lieut.-col. W. G.
302 ; Elliot, lady H. 250; Ellis, rt.
hon. sir H. 309; Eman, lieut.-col. 305;
Enniskillen, countess of, 274 ; Enoch,
col. 294; Erskine, lord, 262; Estcourt,
major-gen. 286; Eustace, gen. sir W.
250; Every, capt. 305; Every, sir H.
331 ; Eyre, mrs. M. A. 261.

Farmer, sir G. R. 279; Farquharson,
mrs. R. C. 272; Farrell, C. 243; Faus-
sett, rev. B. 287 ; Fenwicke, capt. 285;
Ferguson, sir A. 238; Festing, mrs.
S. E. 277; Ffolkes, mrs. H. B. 318;
Fielding, Copley, 259 ; Fitzclarence,
lieut. hon. E. 295; FitzClarence, miss
A. G. F. 307; Fitz Herbert, A. 274 ;
Fitzroy, lady G. L. 284 ; Fitzroy, capt.
305; Fleming, H. W. W. 249; Fletch-
er, G. 256 ; Flint, lady, 271; Fluidyer,
lady M. 286; Foley, mrs. 806 ; Forbes,
rear-adm. 242; Forbes, W. 250; For-
man, capt. E. 285; Forster, capt. 280 ;
Fourdrinier, H. 237; Fowler, mrs. L.
261; Fox, rev, J. 298; Fraser, lieut.-
col. 238; Fraser, capt. 303; Fraser,

Deaths-continued.

enough, lieut. 306 ; Gordon, gen. 297;
Gordon, vice-adm. 306; Gordon, lieut.-
col. 323; Gosling, B. 274 ; Gosset, rev.
I. 251; Gossip, mrs. L. 265; Gould,
lady H. 318; Grant, lady M. 280 ;
Graves, lieut. T. M. 283 ; Greenough,
G. B. 263; Grey, C. B. 304; Grey,
capt. 306; Griffith, mrs. H. 324; Grif.
fiths, C. 306; Grogan, capt. 305; Groo-
by, mrs. C. M. 238; Guinness, A, 280;
Gurney, mrs. E. 252 ; Gurney, W. B.
263 ; Gurney, mrs. M. 325 : Gwatkin,

Hamerton, gen. 247; Hamilton, hon.
mrs. 252 ; Hammersley, miss M. 271;
Hammet, comm. 300; Hammond, capt.
305; Hanbury, It. 289; Handcock, it.-
col. 305; Hankey, col. sir F. 261;
Hankey, T. 314 ; Harding, W. 264;
Hardy, J. 309; Hare, ven. archd. 245;
Hare, F. 323; Harison, It.-col. 298;
Harnage, lady, 259; Harrison, maj.
292; Harper, rear-adm. J. 291; Har-
topp, rev. R. P. 251; Hawkins, lady,
312; Hay, capt. 302 ; Hayter, commis.
sary, 305 ; Head, sir G. 271 ; Healy,
dr. (+ bp. of Kildare), 301 ; Heathcote,
mrs. E. 263; Heaton, J. 274 ; Hender-
son, It. col. 267; Henderson, capt. 321;
Herbert, hon. A. 280 ; Hereford, visct.
301; Herries, rt. hon.'J. C. 268; Hey-
land, lient. 284 ; Hildyard, J.251 ; Hill,
R. 244 ; Hill, rear-adm. Sir J. 244 ; Hill,
Lady M. E. 247 ; Hill, rev. J.255 ; Hill,
capt. 269 ; Hippesley, mrs. A. 315; Hob-
house, hon. C. E. 266 ; Hodgson, vice-
adm. B. 250; Hodson, archd. 299;
Hood, mrs. E. 239; Hoof, mrs. 298;
Hoof, W. 298; Hope, W. W. 244;
Hope, Jady G. E. 322; Hope, lady
F. A. 324 ; Hornby, rev. J. J. 306 ;
Hotham, lady, 322 ; Hotham, sir C. 322 ;
Houlton, Mrs. M. A. 329; Hulme, It..
col. 301 ; Hulse, lady, 244; Hume, J.
252; Humphreys, rev. S. 266; Hun-
loke, miss, 205 ; Huntley, mrs. A. 255;
Huntley, lady, 263 ; Hurrell, mrs. E. R.
266; Hutchinson, hon. capt. 294 ; Hut-
ton, capt. 305.

Inglis, sir R. H. 272.

Jenkinson, sir C. 260 ; Jesse, capt.
285; Jodrell, rev. S. 239; Jodrell,
R. P. H. 317 ; Johnson, dr. 296 ; John-
ston, J. F. W. 307; Johnston, capt.
312; Jones, rev. R. 247 ; Jowett, rev,
W. 252 ; Justice, capt. 316.

Kay, hon. mrs. C. 294; Keats, lady,
259; Kelly, ald. 304 ; Kennett, mrs. E.
239 ; Kenney, rev. A. H. 248; Ken-
yon, lord, 255; Kerr, lord J. M. H.

capt. 294.

Gage, hon. T. W. 247; Gaisford,
dean, 278; Gardiner, lady F. 324;
Gavin, dr. H. 267; Gavin, W. 280;
Giffard, adm. 308 ; Gillman, J. 286 ;
Gilly, dr. 306 ; Glover, col. 282; God-
dard, mrs. A. 8. 264; Godfrey, lieut.
P. 305; Godfrey, lieut..col. J. R. 324 ;
Goldsmid, H. E. 238; Goodenough, rev.
J. 267; Goodenough, dean, 297 ; Good-

Deaths--continued.

247; Kerr, rev. M. H. J. 247; Kerr,
comm. 289; Kildare, + bp. of (Dr.
Healy), 301; King, hon. G. 329;
Knight, R. 238; Knox, V. 247; Kra-
sinski, count, 329.

Lambert, Miss E. C. 262; Lambert,
mr. M. 309; Langham, lady E. 322;
Larpent, sir G. 260; Latham, mrs. C.
290; Law, mrs. M. 266; Lawes, mrs.
A. 325; Lawrence, mrs. L. 299; Law.
rence, mr. A. 300; Lawrence, ald. 321;
Lawson, W. 312; Lawson, Mrs. M. A.
M. 315; Layard, capt. 297 ; Leach,
lieut.-col. 242; Le Blanc, col. 294 ;
Leeds, dow. lady, 331 ; Leitrim, earl of,
238; Lempriere, capt. A. 267; Len-
nard, mrs. E. 277 ; Lethbridge, lady,
277 ; Lewis, rt. hon. Sir T. P. 245 ;
Litford, lord, 267; Lindsay, lieut..gen.
323 ; Lindsey, Mrs. M. H. 318; Lisle,
lady, 265; Lister-Kaye, L. 265 ;
Livingston, mrs. F. 331 ; Lloyd, rear
adm. 269; Loch, J. 291; Lockhart,
capt. 305; Lofft, mrs. 294 ; Loveden,
P. 249; Lowe, rt. rev. dr. 247; Lucas,
F. 314 ; Luscombe, comm. gen. 261;
Lushington, H. 298 ; Lyons, capt. 286.

Macaulay, mrs. A. 260; Macbean,
gen, sir W. 275; Macdonald, mrs. 314;
Macdonnell, ensign, 325; Macgregor,
mrs. S. P. 308; Mackenzie, F. L. 261;
Maclean, A. 334 ; Macmorrine, mrs. C.
282 ; Macnamara, Mrs. H. 332; Mac-
pherson, mrs. 244 ; Maitland, A. 247;
Malcolm, col. 309; Manchester, duke of,
301 ; Mandeville, J. H. 281 ; Manners,
gen. lord C. H. S. 275; Mansfield,
capt. 285; Markham, maj. gen. 319;
Marshall, capt. 307; Mary of Austria,
archduch. 263; Matheson, mrs. L. 309;
May, W. B. 278; Mayhew, W. 269;
Mayne, col. W. 330; Maude, T. M.
259; McArthur, D. 243 ; McKinley,
mrs. H. 238; M'Clintock, J. 294 ;
M'Donnell, rt. hon. H. S. 296 ; Met-
calf, C. J. 252; Mickiewicz, A, 321;
Mills, It.-col. 301 ; Milner, sir W. M. S.
263; Milner, miss E. M. 264 ; Mitchell,
lady H. I. 278; Mitchell, sir T. L. 311;
Mitford, miss M. R. 239; Molé, count, 319;
Molesworth, rt. hon. sir W. 313; Moles-
worth, capt. 315; Molyneux, lady C.
263 ; Molyneux, lady L. A. M. 294 ;
Molyneux, rt. hon. C. W.296 ; Monsell,
lady A. 239 ; Montgomery, 322; Moore,
R. S. 311; Moore, mrs. W. 334 ;
Norley, C. 315; Morris, sir J. 255;
M‘Pherson, It.-col. 309; Muller, capt. 280.

Nachimoff, adm. 294; Napier, gen.
sir G. T. 306; Neale, lady, G. E. 329;

Deaths—continued.

Neave, R. J. B. 306; Nelson, dr. 324 ;
Newcomb, mrs. 300; Nicholas I. (em-
peror of Russia), 256; Nicholls, mrs. C.
(Currer Bell), 278; Nicholson, miss H.
300; Nickle, major-gen, sir R. 275;
Norman, capt. 285; North, mrs. J.
243; Norton, mrs. E. 308; Nurse, W.
M. 324.

O'Brien, J. 219; O'Brien, major-gen.
263; O'Conor, rear-adm. sir R. 239;
O'Connor, F. E. 302; Oglander, lady
M. 274; Okes, mrs. M. E. 312; Om-
manney, adm. sir J. A. 293; O'Neill,
visct. 251; Onslow, G. A. C. 265;
Ord, mr. W. 295; O'Reilly, hon. D.
306; Orr, col. 314; Osborne, gen. 306;
Osborne, lady H. 318; Ouseley, lieut.
312.

Paget, lady H. 261; Palk, lady.
251 ; Park, P. 300; Parker, capt. H.
D. 245; Parker, capt. W. 305; Parker,
mrs. A. 328; Parkinson, J. 249; Parry,
rear-adm. sir W. E. 292; Pattison, mrs.
H. 274; Patullo, lient-col. 305; Payne,
mrs. M. E. 304; Pechell, capt. 304 ;
Penleaze, J. S. 265; Pennefather, J.
264 ; Pepe, gen. 298; Pepper, lieut.-
col. 332; Percy, rear-adm. hon. W. H.
311 ; Phillimore, dr. J. 245; Phillips,
hon. mrs. 238; Phillips, E. 308; Phil-
lipson, E. B. 301; Pilcher, G. 315;
Pilkington, sir W. M. 8. 317; Pistrucci,
signor, 306; Ponsonby, visct. 254 ;
Poole, capt. 305; Powell, J. H. 252;
Powell, capt. 315; Power, mrs. C. 239;
Power, sir J. 286; Powis, capt. 308;
Powney, capt. J. 248; Pratt, lady,
298 ; Preston, capt. 305; Prior, J. V.
291; Proby, lady F. 263; Pusey, P.
291; Pym, lieut.-col. sir H. 268; Pym,
adm, sir S. 310.

Radcliffe, dow. lady E. 319; Raglan,
lord, 287; Ramaden, lady A. 277;
Ravensworth, lord, 260; Rawlins, mrs.
M. 324 ; Reeves, mrs. C. 252; Rein-
agle, mrs. 0. 261; Repington, vice-adm.
308; Ribey, mrs. 278; Richmond, dr.
312; Roberts, R. 289; Robertson, lord,
239; Robertson, J. A, 239; Robertson,
mrs. R. 273 ; Robinson, sir G. B. 248;
Robinson, capt. 285; Rochfort, G. 304;
Rochfort, capt. G. 305; Rodwell, J.
272; Rogers, miss S. 248; Rogers, S.
326; Rollo, lady A. 249; Romilly, W.
310; Rooke, mrs. M. 245; Rooke, capt.
331; Roope, lieut.-gen. 323; Rooper,
J. B. 261; Rose, mrs, A, C. 264 ; Rose,
lady, 269; Rose, lady L. 282; Rose,
rt. hon. sir G. H. 282; Ross, bp. of
(dr. Lowe), 247; Ross, Janet, 264;

Deaths-continued.

Deaths-continued.
Ross, capt. 303 ; Rothschild, baron C. 305; Wharncliffe, lord, 313; Wharton,
260; Rothschild, baron A. 333 ; Russia, hon. mrs. 238 ; Whewell, mrs. C. 326;
emperor of (Nicholas I.), 256 ; Rox:

Wightman, miss C. 261 ; Wilbraham,
burghe, duch. dow. 243; Ryder, lieut. miss E. 329 ; Wilkinson, commis.-gen.
305.

325; Williams, W. 262; Williams,
Sandwith, lieut.-gen. 263; Sardinia, mrs. A. 267; Williams, sir J. 312;
queen dow. of, 241; Saumarez, N. Williams, J. 321 ; Wing, W. E. 239;
326 ; Savage, J. 267 ; Saxe Meiningen, Wing, J. W. 284 ; Winstanley, C.
princess C. 263; Scott, lady, c. S. 247; Wodehouse, E. 301; Wolley,
286 ; Sefton, earl of, 296 ; Selwyn, W. mrs. J. 308; Wolley, mrs. L. M. A.
295 ; Seymour, lady R. 279; Shad. 325; Wombwell, sir G. 242; Wood, T.
forth, lient. col. 283; Shaw, capt. 265; 286; Wordsworth, miss D. 247; Wort-
Shawe, R. N. 312; Sheaffe, lady, 271 ; ley, lady, 314; Wright, J. 244 ; Wynn,
Sheepshanks, rev. R. 298 ; Shiffner, maj. sir W. 331.
capt. 284 ; Shipperdson, E. 331 ; Shir. Yates, J. B. 324; Yea, lieut. col.
ley, mrs. A. 324 ; Shirley, C. 325; 283 ; Yellon, commis. G. 318; Young,
Sibthorp, col. 325; Sivewright, mrs. C. F. T. 250.
S. 323; Smethwick, miss, 332; Smith,
C. D. 252 ; Smith, capt. 285; Smyth, Earthquakes — Extensive earthquake in
miss E. A. 269; Snow, capt. 304 ; New Zealand, 17; terrible earthquakes
Soane, mrs. M. 267 ; Somerset, rev. V. at Constantinople and Broussa, 40;
P. H. 249 ; Somerset, duke of, 299; earthquake in France, Switzerland, and
Sorell, maj. 282; Spicer, mrs. M. C. Central Europe, 115 ; terrible earth-
307 ; Stack, lieut. col. 261; Stanhope, quakes in Japan ; wreck of a Russian
earl, 256; Stanhope, capt. 306; Ste- frigate, 195.
venson, capt. 305 ; St. George, A. 322; Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 82;
Stock, dr. J. 315; Stowe, W. H. 285; the Great Exhibition at Paris, 88.
Stracey, sir J. H. 315; Strachey, rear- Fast Day – Proclamation for a day of
adm. 273; Strangford, visct. 277; Street, humiliation and prayer, 41; observance
hon. G. F. 294; Stuart, gen. sir P. of the day, 56.
250 ; Sullivan, J. 243; Sutton, sir R.
317 ; Swainson, W. 323; Swinburne, FINANCE ACCOUNTS, 452.
E. 318; Syer, lady, M. A. 322.

FIRES- Report of the number of Fires in
Talbot, miss A. E. 262; Talbot, hon. the Metropolis in 1854, 2; numerous
mrs. 315; Tattam, mrs. E. A. 294 ; fires, with loss of life, on Jan. 25, 17;
Taylor, W. B. 312; Tempest, mrs. the steam-ship Mauritius destroyed by
S. 332; Teynham, lady, 301 ; Thomas, : fire, 30; great fire near Blackfriars
rear-adm. 328; Thomond, marq. 291; Bridge, 30; conflagration in Bermond-
Thomson, mrs. 277; Threipland, lady 54; destructive fire at Sunderland,
M. 243; Torrens, maj.-gen. sir A. W. 57; numerous fires, with loss of life, in
302 ; Townley, R. G. 273 ; Towns- March, 58; the steam-ship Croesus de-
hend, marq. 333; Tremenbeere, gen. stroyed by fire, 72; fires in Cambridge-
297 ; Truro, lord, 316; Tuam, archbp. shire, 76; fire and loss of life in Leaden-
324 ; Tucker, W. 261; Tudway, R. C. hall treet, 77; destruction of the
312; Tuge, lady E. E. 317; Tweedie, floating battery Ætna by fire, 79; ex-
T. 317; Tylden, col. R. 297; Tyndale, tensive fires in June, 109; the village
G. B. 251.

of Chamounix destroyed by fire, 113;
Upton, hon. gen. A. P. 244; Upton, fire in Bermondsey, four lives lost, 128;
hon. E. J. 261.

great fire at Havre, 139; fatal fires in
Vaughan, capt. 305; Vaughton, R. August, 141; fatal fire at naphtha works
D. 319; Vanneck, hon. T. 263; Vicars, at Wolverhampton, 149 ; fire in Stirling
capt. 263 ; Vivian, J. H. 250 ; Vivian, Castle, 174 ; destruction of Carton
hon. mrs. L. 273.

House, 203.
Walker, mrs. E. 331; Wallace, R. FRANCE — The traditions of the Empire
363 ; Walpole, H. A. 244 ; Warburton, sedulously revived, [197]; the Em-
dr. 324 ; Ward, Mrs. M. 282; Warren, peror's address to the army in the court
lieut. J. F. 302; Warren, comm. C. G. of the Tuileries, [197]; attempt to
302; Watkins, mrs. E. L. 247 ; Wat- assassinate the Emperor by Pianori ;
son, dr. J. 248 ; Weaver, T. 290 ; trial and execution of the assassin,
Welby, miss C. 244; Welsford, maj. [198], 74; another supposed attempt

sey,

France-continued.

on the · Emperor's life by a lunatic, MISCELLANEOUS—The weather at the com-
[198]; speech of the Emperor to the mencement of the year, 1 ; in January,
Legislative Assembly in reference to curious scenes in the Parks, 23; the
the war, [220]; immense amount of weather in December, 205; Her Ma.
the subscriptions to the new loan of jesty's new yacht, 11; the French loan
30,000,0001., [221), 12, 117 ; trial of of 30,000,0001., 12; the King of Sar-
a French governess, Malle. Doudet, for dinia, melancholy losses in his family,
cruelty to English children, 26; visit 13; earthquake in New Zealand, 17 ;
of the Emperor and Empress to Her Proclamation against certain treasonable
Majesty, 65; the Great Exhibition at practices, 25; a French governess, trial
Paris, 88; visit of the Lord Mayor to of Malle. Doudet, for cruelty, 26 ;
Paris, 97; Her Majesty's Visit to Paris, bread-riots in Liverpool and London,
132; dreadful railway accident on the 32; day of fasting and humiliation,
Paris and Versailles line, 150; on the Her Majesty's Proclamation, 41; the
Lyons line, 151.

fast day, 56 ; sale of the Bernal Col.

lection, 41; great bank robbery at Bal.
GREAT BRITAIN-State of public feeling larat, 44; riots at the gold-diggings,

at the opening of the year, [2]; Parlia- 48; death of the Emperor of Russia,
ment re-assembles on the 23rd January, 49; the Queen's visit to Chatham Hos.
[2]. See PARLIAMENT.

pitals, 49; horrors of Caffre warfare,

53; amateur exhibition of drawings for
INDIA — The Indian Budget laid before the relief of the families of officers

Parliament, (184); Summary of the killed, 57; amateur performance of a
statement, 467; Mr. Bright charges the pantomime by the Fielding Club, 58;
Indian Government with the use of sailing of the Baltic fleet, 60; launch
torture for collecting the revenue, [185]; of two screw floating batteries, 64 ;
Her Majesty gives official rank to the visit of the Emperor of the French to
officers of the Indian army, 77.

Her Majesty, 65 ; loan of 16,000,0001.,
IRELAND Murders in murder of 71 ; attempt to assassinate the French

Smyth, in Cavan, 142; of Miss Hinds, Emperor, 74; another attempt, 142;
in Cavan, 154; of Mr. Ramsbottom, in official rank of the Indian army, 77;
King's County; of Murray, in Armagh ; the Crimean telegraph, 81 ; exhibition
of Grant, at Silverbridge ; of McCollum, of the Royal Academy, 82; eruption of
in Tyrone; of McHale, near Castlebar, Mount Vesuvius, 83; daring robbery of
172.

gold on transmission to Paris, 86 ; con-

secration of the Bishop of Sierra Leone,
LAW AND POLICE—Great bank robbery at 87; the French Exhibition, 88; distri-

Ballarat; capture of Garrat in London, bution of war medals by the Queen,
44; trial of Charles King, the detective 89; the new Secretary of State for
police officer and thief-trainer, 61; great War, 92 ; Administrative Reform,
robbery of gold during transmission to Order in Council establishing exami-
Paris, 86; bankruptcy of Messrs. Strahan, nations, 92; death of Provis, the
Paul, and Bates, bankers ; criminal pro- "Smyth" impostor, 94; visit of the
ceedings, 98 ; their trial at the Central Lord Mayor to Paris, 97 ; bankruptcy
Criminal Court, 359; Alice Grey, the of Messrs. Strahan and Co.; criminal
impostor, 163; coroner's inquest on the charges; their examination in the Court
body of John Parsons Cooke; supposed of Bankruptcy, 98; Sunday riots in
dreadful poisonings by William Palmer, Hyde Park, 106; repeated in the
of Rugeley, 186.

autumn, 157; Mr. Farren's farewell of

the stage, 111; earthquake in Central
NARRIAGES, 221.

Europe, 115 ; immense English snake,
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, AND DEATus, Table 115; funeral of Lord Raglan, 116;

of, for ten years, 1845 to 1855, 471. Goodwood Races, 117; launch of the
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for the year 1854, Marlborough, 131 guns, 118; war in
471.

Sennegambia, 119, singular sudden
MINISTRY, LIST OF TUE, as it stood on deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Hoof, 126;

Jan. 1 (Earl of Aberdeen's), 207; on Turkish loan of 5,000,0001., 129; Her
Feb. 16 (Lord Palmerston's), 208; sub- Majesty's visit to Paris, 132; Hereford
sequently to Feb. 22 (Lord Palmerston's), Musical Festival, 139 ; Birmingham
209,

Musical Festival, 140, Malle, Rosa

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