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CUMBERLAND GAP, ride UNITED STATEs.

CUPPAGE, MAJoR-GEN. BURRE, ap-
pointed Lieut.-Governor of Jersey,
360.

DARELL, SIR. W. L., ride EGMonT LAw
CASE.
DAvidson, DR., “Introduction to the
Old Testament,” Vol. III., [350].
DAVIs, PRESIDENT.-M to Con-
federate Congress, [305]; address to
Confederate States, April 10, [315];
message to Confederate Congress, [340].
DEATH.—Said Pacha, Viceroy of Egypt,
15; centenarians, 16; dressmaker, sup-
posed to have been caused by the hard-
ships of her profession, 102; Sir C.
Cresswell, particulars of accident, 111;
miser, in Adam-street, Adelphi, 145;
from starvation, in West Hackney,
161. Wide AccIDENT, Execution,
FIRE, OBITUARY, SUICIDE.
DEBATEs, [8].
DECEMBER, Chronicle for, 179.
DE GREY AND RIPoN, EARL, appointed
Secretary of State for the War Depart-
ment, 359.
DENMARK. — Description of [247];
diplomatic arrangements of 1851-2,
[249]; disputes with Germany re-
specting Schleswig - Holstein, ib.;
population of various divisions, [251];
ordinance of 30th March, 1863,
253]; constitution of Rigsraad, [251].
261]; “Fundamental Law” of 1863,
#. Germany takes umbrage at,
261]; death of Frederick VII., and
accession of Christian IX., ib.; treaty
of London, 1852, [263]; King of,
genealogical table showing his descent,
ib.; close of Rigsraad, and King's
message, [266]; proclamation of March
30 withdrawn, [267]; Federal execu-
tion, and entry of Prince of Augusten-
burg, ib.; change of Ministry, new
Ministry formed by Bishop Monrad,
ib.; Princess Alexandra of, arrival in
London, 36; King of treaty with, for
marriage of Prince of Wales, 329. Vide
SCHLEswig - HolstEIN, HolsTEIN,
ALEXANDRA.
DENMARK, KING of, reply to French
Emperor's proposal for a Congress,
[213].
DENMARK, PRINCE WILLIAM (or GeoRGE)
of, chosen King of the Greeks, [183].
[295].
DERBy, EARL op.–Speech at the opening
of Parliament, [9]; Latin speech to the
Prince of Wales in convocation at Ox-
ford, 98.
DER BY, The, 83.
DERBYs HIRE, MAGISTRATEs of, corre-
spondence with Home Office about the
convict G. V. Townley, 309.

DILLwYN, MR., motion on the Established
Church in Ireland, [95].
DiscouxT AT BANK of ENGLAND, rate
raised, [160]; frequent variations,
[186].
DIsrAELI, MR., speech at the opening of
Parliament, [20].
Diss ENTERs' BURIALs BILL, [73].
DockYARDs AND ARSENALs.-Vote for,
[170]; Sir Frederick Smith's motion
on, ib.; motion negatived, [171]; Sir
M. Peto's motion, ib.; negatived, ib.
Docu MENTs, PUBLIC, 329.
DRouy N DE LHUYs, M., letter respecting
proposed Congress, 353.
DUBLIN.—Death of Archbishop Whately,
216; obituary notice, ib.; Very Rev.
R. C. Trench appointed Archbishop of,
360; University of, installation of the
Earl of Rosse as Chancellor, 28.
DUNDEE, park presented to people of by
Sir David Baxter, 141; Earl Russell's
speech at, ib.
DUNDoNALD, EARL of, great
case decided in House of Lords, 94.
DUNNE, CoLoREL, motion on depressed
condition of Ireland, [172].

EARTHQUARE IN ENGLAND, 150.
EBURY, Lord.—Motion relating to Act
of Uniformity, [88); negatived, [92);
motion relating to the Burial Service,
ib.; withdrawn, [95].
EccLESIASTICAL QUESTIONs, debates on,
69].
ro. ToTAL, of the moon, 90.
EDUcATIon, NATIoNAL.-Vote for, moved
by Mr. Lowe, and agreed to, [100 ;
statistics, ib.; Mr. Walter's motion on,
ib.; partly withdrawn and partly nega-
tived, [102].
EGG, AUGUSTU's LEopold, R.A., obituary
notice, 199.
EGMoxt, EARL of, great law case as to
will of, 218.
EGYPT, death and memoir of Viceroy of,
15.
ELGIN AND KINCARDINE,
obituary notice, 199.
Eliot, GeoRGE, new novel by, entitled
“Romola,” [355).
ELLENBorough, EARL of.-Motion on
Poland, &c., [103]; question on Schles-
wig-Holstein, [122].
ELLICE, RIGHT HoN. Edward, M.P.,
obituary notice, 201.
ELLIot, HoN. H. G., appointed British
Minister in Italy, 360.
ELPHINston E, SIR Joh N, motion for
Commission on iron-clad ships, &c.,
661.
Borows. of Negroes in United
States, by President Lincoln, [5].

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EMIGRATION, from Manchester to New
Zealand, 76.
ENGLAND.—History of the year, [1];
legislation, [8]; financial affairs, [30];
foreign policy, [102]; May's Constitu-
tional History of [349]; Massey’s His-
tory of, ib.
Epsom, Derby and Oaks, 83.
ETON, cricket match with Harrow, 110.
Exch EQUER, Court of, Serjeant Pigott
appointed a Baron of, 360. -
Execution, of four men together at
Liverpool, 143.
ExETER, Hon. and Rev. W. J. Brodrick
appointed Dean of 359.
Exhibition, of 1851, inauguration of
Memorial, 93.
ExHIBITIONS, ARTISTIC, vide ART.

FEBRUARY, Chronicle for, 17.
FIGHT, between Heenan and King, 182.
FINANCIAL AFFAIRs, [30].
FINANCIAL STATEMENT,
32 .
FIRE. — At the Sunnyside Bleaching
Works, Salford, 1; Hotel and Theatre
Royal, Plymouth, seriously damaged, 3;
death of a servant by crinoline, 5; death
of a young lady by crinoline, 11; fatal
injury to a ballet-girl at the Princess's
Theatre, 13; Bishop of Lincoln's Palace
at Riseholme burnt down, 24; very ex-
tensive, in the City of London, 73;
destruction of Rockingham House, Lord
Lorton’s seat, county Roscommon, 74;
very extensive, at the village of Damer-
ham, on the borders of Hants and Dor-
set, 81; in the City of London, between
Wood-street and Milk-street, 192; at
Campden House, law case as to, 225.
FITzGERALD, MR. S., motion on Brazil,
[118].
For EIGN Policy, debates on, [20]. [102].
For EY, GENERAL.—Takes Puebla, [299];
enters city of Mexico, ib.; proclamation
to Mexicans, ib.
Forg ERIEs.—By Wm. Roupell, action
arising out of, 264; on the Bank of
England, trial of Geo. Buncher and
others for, 277.
ForTun E, MR., “Yedo and Peking,”
[358].
FRANCE.-History of the year, [188];
Emperor's speech at opening of the
Chambers, ib.; address of the Senate,
o ; debates, &c., in the Chambers,
ib.; address of the Corps Législatif,
193]; debates on the Polish question,
195]; foreign policy of, book dis-
tributed to the members of the French
Chambers, [197]; “Opposition” can-
didates, and action of the Government,
[200]; circular sent to bishops as to
elections, [204]; decree of the Em-
peror as to pastorals, [205]; elections

r. Gladstone's,

unfavourable to the Government, [206];
various changes in the Ministry, ; ;
M. Billault appointed Minister of State,
ib.; death of M. Billault (Oct. 1863),
{. ; Emperor's letters to European

overnments, proposing a Congress,

ib.; Emperor's speech at opening of
Chambers after the elections, [214];
official statement of situation of the
empire, [218]; M. Fould's official state-
ment of financial position, [227]; coin-
cides with England on the Polish ques-
tion, [290]; intentions of the Emperor
as to Mexico, [298]; endeavours to
mediate in the United States, [307].

FRANKFoRT, Congress of German Sove-
reigns at, [269].

FRENCH, EMPERoR of THE, vide NAPo-
LEON III.

GASKELL, MRS.,
[356].
GERMANY.—Disputes with Denmark as
to the Schleswig-Holstein question,
[249], vide DENMARK, ScHLEswig-
HolstEIN, HolsTEIN; decision of Diet
for Federal execution in Holstein and
Lauenburg, [265]; Congress of Sove-
reigns to discuss reform of Bund, [268];
population of the several States com-
posing the Bund, [272], note; Reform
Act settled by Congress of Sovereigns,
§: list of Sovereigns present, ib.;
nfederation, [268]; reply to French
Emperor's proposal for a Congress,
[214].
GETTYs BURG, BATTLE OF, vide UNITED
STATEs.
GIBRALTAR, Rev. J. W. Trower appointed
Bishop of, 360.
GILCHRIST, “Life of William Blake,”
[352].
GLADston E, M.R.—Financial statement,
[32]; motion for purchase, &c., of

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International Exhibition Building,
[168].

GLAISHER, MR., the aeronaut, vide
BALLOON.

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London as to cession of Ionian Islands,
[296); treaty concluded for cession of
Ionian Islands, [297].
GREEks, KING of THE.—Arrival in Eng-
land, 150; reply to French Emperor's
proposal for a Congress, [213].
GREEks, Prince George of Denmark
chosen King of, [295].
GRENADIER GUARDs, several killed and
injured by accident on Brighton Rail-
way, 88.
GREY, EARL, motion on Poland, [110].
GREy, SIR GEORGE.-Prison Ministers'
Bill, [69]; Bill for Amalgamating City
with Metropolitan police, [163]; cor-
respondence about the convict G. W.
Townley, 309.
GUARDs, THE, ball given to the Prince
and Princess of Wales in the Exhibition
Building, 106.
Gwilt, Joseph, obituary notice, 202.

HALIFAx, visit of the Prince of Wales
to, on opening of the new Town Hall,
125.
HAN over, KING of, reply to French
Emperor's proposal for a Congress,
[211).
HARDING, JAMEs DUFFIELD, obituary
notice, 203.
H A R Row, cricket match with Eton, 110.
HAstiNgs, MARQUIs of, fined for cock-
fighting, 102.
HAwthor NE, “Our Old Home,” [359].
HAY, SIR John, motion as to position of
naval officers, &c., [65]. [67].
HEENAN, fight with King, 182.
HENNEssey, M.R., motion on Poland,
104]; second motion on Poland,
!.
HERBERT of LEA, THE LATE LORD,
statue in his honour, erected at Salis-
bury, 107.
HEREFord, CATHEDRAL of, reopening
after restoration, particulars, 107.
Hesse, PRINCEss Louis of (Princess
Alice), accouchement of, 55.
History of THE YEAR 1863, English,
1]; Foreign, [188]; and ride FRANCE,
ERMANY, &c.
Holstein, hostile occupation of [247].
[219), and ride Sch Leswig-HolstEIN ;
constitution of (and also of Lauenburg)
abrogated, [252]; (and Lauenburg),
Federal execution, [265].
Hoxie OFFICE, correspondence about the
convict G. W. Townley, 309.
HoRSE GUARDs, vide CAMBRIDGE, DUKE
OF.
HoRsMAN, M.R., motion on Poland, [112].
Hot EL, St. JAMEs's, curious action as to
liability of inn-keepers, 179; verdict,
181.
HUBBARD, M.R., resolution as to income
tax, [52].

HookER, GENERAL, ride UNITED STATEs.
HUxLEY, PROFEssoR, “Evidence as to
Man's Place in Nature,” [354].

IMPostu RE, curious case of, by feigned
illness, 33.
INcoME, NATIONAL, tabular statement,
showing excess of over expenditure in
the year ended Dec. 31, 1863, 361
(back of).
INco Me TAx.—Proposed reduction of,
[32]; Mr. Hubbard's resolution, [52];
negatived, [54]; Mr. Roebuck's motion,
[55]; withdrawn, [56].
INDIA.—Sir C. Wood's statement of reve-
nue, [176]; Mr. H. Seymour's motion
as to, [178]; withdrawn, [181]; Sir
John Lawrence sails for, to commence
his duties as Governor-General, 181.
“INDUSTRIAL BIOGRAPHY,” work by
Mr. Smiles, [352].
INsu RANCE, FIRE, great case as to burn-
ing of Campden House, 225.
INTERNATIONAL Exh IBITION BUILDING.
–Lord Palmerston's motion for pur-
chase of land, [166]; carried, [168];
Mr. Gladstone's motion for purchase of,
&c., ib.; negatived, [170].
IoNIAN IsLANDs.-Debate on the cession
of, [16]; proposed cession of to Greece,
[183]. [293]; Protocol of London as
to cession, T296); treaty concluded
for the cession, [297]; Parliament
of, unanimous approval of cession,

IRELAND.—State of, as described by Lord
Palmerston in the House of Commons,
[27); Established Church in, Mr. Dill-
wyn's motion, [95]; speech of Mr.
Whiteside, [96]; speech of Mr. B.
Osborne, [97]; motion dropped, [99];
Colonel Dunne's motion on depressed
condition of, [172]; negatived, [173];
Mr. Maguire's motion on state of agri-
cultural classes, &c., ib.; negatived,
[175]; Mr. Bagwell's motion as to
extension of Volunteer system to,
ib.; negatived, ib.; salmon fisheries,
Mr. McMahon's Bill, ib.; carried,
[176]; curious religious fracas in,
75; singular action of libel brought
against a Romish priest, 1.12; attempt
to shoot Mr. Gore Jones, a magistrate,
113; quarrel between the Lord-Lieu-
tenant and Lord Leitrim, 152.

ITALY, question of, as officially stated in
France, [224].

ITALY, KING of, medal presented to
Captain Speke, 104.

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[183]; reparation demanded for murder
of a British subject, Mr. Richardson,
[301]; Government apologizes for mur-
der of Richardson, and pays 10,000l.,
ib.; Prince of Satsuma refuses to
y 25,000l., ib.; bombardment of
agosima and submission of Prince of
Satsuma, ib.; Sir R. Alcock’s “Capi-
tal of the Tycoon,” [357]; new plant,
male Aucuba Japonica, introduced
from, [378].
JERSEY, Major-Gen. Cuppage appointed
Lieut.-Governor of, 360.
Jésus, Renan’s “Wiede,” [351].
JEwish CHURCH, Stanley’s “Lectures”
on, [349].
JEws, Milman’s “History,” [351].
Jow ETT, PROFESSOR, case of
Jowett, 34.
JUAREz, retires to San Luis Potosi,
[299].
JULY, Chronicle for, 107.
JUNE, Chronicle for, 89.

sey v.

KAGoss MA, bombardment of, vide JAPAN.

KING, fight with Heenan, 182.

KINGLAKE, “ Invasion of the Crimea,”
[347].

KNIGHT, CHARLEs (publisher), “Pas-
sages of a Working Life through Half
a Century,” [352].

LANCAsHIRE DISTREss. – Caused by
American war, [2]; immense sums
raised by voluntary contributions, ib.;
debate on, [19]; statistics, ib.; general
history of, [139]; riots, [142], [143];
absence of epidemics, general mortality
not increased, [145], [146]; details of
measures for relief of, [147]; “Union
Rate in Aid Act,” Mr. Williers’s motion
for extension of, [151]; Bill for pub-
lic works in manufacturing districts,
154]; resolution for issue of money,
156]; cargoes for relief of sent from
the United States, 25. 31.
LANGIEwicz.-Principal leader of the
Polish insurgents, [283]; nominated
Dictator, ib.; engagement with the
Russian forces in March, ib.; dis-
appears mysteriously, ib.; gives him-
self up to the Austrian authorities, and
is conveyed to Cracow, [284].
LANs Dow NE, MARQUIs of,
notice, 204.
LAUENBURG, vide DENMARK, Schleswig-
HolstEIN, HolstEIN.
LAUNCH, of H.M. iron-clad screw “Mino-
taur,” 183.
LAUREATE, THE PoET, verses of welcome
to the Princess Alexandra, 50.
LAwRENCE, SIR John, departure for
India, to enter upon his duties as Gover-
nor-General, 181.

obituary

LEE, GENERAL, invasion of northern
territory, vide UNITED STATEs.

LEITRIM, EARL of, quarrel with the
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 152.

LEvéE, held by the Prince of Wales on
behalf of Her Majesty, 32.

LEwis, SIR. G. C.—Moves the army
estimates, [56]; obituary notice of,
207.

LIBEL, singular action in Ireland, brought
by Mr. Spring Rice against a Romish
priest, 112.
LILLEY, SERGEANT-MAJoR, vide Court-
MARTIAL.
LIN colN, BISHOP of, his palace burnt
down, 24.
LINcolN, PRESIDENT. – Emancipation
Woo."; [303]; letter to Gen.
cClellan, urging decisive operations,
[309]; proclamation of May 8, [316];
letter of August 26, in defence of his
policy, [328]; Annual Message to Con-
gress, December 9, [335]; proclama-
tion of pardon on certain conditions,
[339].
LINDSAY, M.R., motion against building
wooden ships, [65].
LIPPE-DETMOLD, PRINCE of, declines to
attend Congress of German Sovereigns,

[272].
LITERATURE, [346]; periodical, [359];
“Fine Arts' Quarterly Review,” [367].

LIVERPool, simultaneous execution of
four men for murder, 143.
LoNDoN.—Bill of Sir George Grey as to
City police, [163]; laid aside, [166];
protocol of, relating to the cession of
the Ionian Islands to Greece, [291];
Musical Society of, [368]; Corporation
of, wedding gift to Princess Alexandra,
42; Bishop of, convenes a meeting for
relief of spiritual destitution in the
metropolis, 77; City of Lord Mayor's
Day, 175; treaty of 1852, for main-
taining the integrity of Denmark, vide
DENMARK, SchLEswig-HolstEIN.
LoRDs, House of, Prince of Wales takes
his seat, 17; Dundonald Peerage case
decided, 95; debates, vide PARLIAMENT,
DEBATEs.
Lowe, M.R., moves the vote for National
Education, [100].
LYELL, SIR CHARLEs, “Geological Evi-
dences of the Antiquity of Man,”
[353].
LYNDHURST,
208.
LYTHAM, lighthouse washed away, 10.

LoRD, obituary notice,

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ence with Home Office about the con-
vict G. V. Townley, 309.

MAGUIRE, MR., motion on state of agri-
cultural classes, &c., in Ireland, [173].

MALET, SIR. A., note to German Diet on
Schleswig-Holstein question, [266].

MANch EstER, departure of 1000 emi-
grants for Canterbury, New Zealand,
76

MAoRIs, ride NEw ZEALAND.
MARCH, Chronicle for, 36.
MAsoN, MR. (Confederate Commissioner),
vide UNITED STATEs.
MAssEY, “History of England during the
Reign of George III.,” Vol. IV., [349].
MAURITIUs, Sir H. Barkly appointed
Governor of 360.
MAXIMILIAN, ARCHDUKE. — Proclaimed
Emperor of Mexico, [300]; receives
deputation of Notables, ib.; does not
definitively accept offer of Crown, ib.
MAY, Chronicle for, 77.
MAY, T. E., “Constitutional History of
England,” [349].
MAYNooth, motion of Mr. Whalley re-
specting grant to, [95]; negatived, ib.
MEADE, GEN., vide UNITED STATEs.
MENDELssohn, “Correspondence,” Lady
Wallace's translation, [352].
METALs, several discovered by spectral
analysis, [378].
MExico.—Question of, as officially stated
in France, [225]; history of the year,
[298]; siege and fall of Puebla, ib.[299];
Forey enters city of [299]; his procla-
mation to Mexicans, ib.; Juarez retires
to San Luis Potosi, ib.; Assembly of
Notables determines on offering Crown
to Archduke Maximilian of Austria,
[300].
MIDDLE LEveL, law proceedings as to
the inundation, the verdict, 59.
MILITARY ExPENDITURE, French and
English compared, by Lord R. Cecil,
MILLBANK, PRIsox AT, wonderful escape
from, 156.
MILLs, MR. A., motion for reduction of
army estimates, [58].
MILLs, H., Esq., appointed a Judge of the
High Court of Judicature, Bengal, 360.
MILMAN, DEAN, new edition of his
“History of the Jews,” [351].
“MINoTAUR,” Her Majesty’s ship, launch
of, 183.
MISSIONARY RIDGE, BATTLE AT, vide
UNITED STATES.
Mon RAD, Bishop, placed at head of new
Ministry in Denmark, [267].
Morrison, J. C., “Life and Times of St.
Bernard, of Clairvaux,” [348].
MoUAT, DR., “Adventures, &c., among
the Andaman Islanders,” [358].
MULREADY, WILLIAM, R.A., obituary
notice, 209.

MURDER.—Of James Paterson, at Edin-
burgh, 23; the trial, ib.; of William
Davey, at Acton, the trial, 61; verdict
and sentence, 70; of Mr. Gustave Thie-
bault, in Tipperary, 78; verdict, 79;
four men executed at Liverpool for
separate offences, 143; at Castle Heding-
ham, of an old Frenchman suspected of
witchcraft, 149; of a child by its
mother, in Marylebone-road, 157; by
poison, in a cab, 164; suicide of the
murderer, 165; of a woman by her
paramour, in the Waterloo-road, 186;
by a soldier, at Guildford, and attempted
suicide of the murderer, 189; trial of
G. V. Townley for, 296.
MURFREEsborough, BATTLE of, [304].
MUSIC, [367]; new pieces produced, ib.;
performances very numerous, and stand-
ard much improved, [368]; Musical
Society of London, ib.
MUTINY, on board the “Arica,” Peruvian
ship of war, at Blackwall, 51.

NAAs, LoRD, motion on China, [120].
NAPIER, LoRD, correspondence with Earl
Russell, &c., on Polish question, 330.
NAPOLEoN III.-Speech at opening of
Chambers, [188]; speech at opening
of Chambers after the elections, [214];
correspondence with Prince of Augus-
tenburg on Schleswig-Holstein ques-
tion, [265]; intentions as to Mexico,
expressed in letter to General Forey,
[298]; proposal for a General Congress
to “regulate the present and secure
the future,” 351. Pide FRANCE.
NATIONAL GALLERY, new pictures pur-
chased for, [365].
NAVAL CoAsT VoIUNTEERs,
factory state of [63].
NAVAL OFFICERs, &c.—Lord Palmerston's
amendment to Sir John Hay's motion
on, [68]; agreed to, [69].
NAVAL RESERVE, Statistics, [63].
NAVAL SERVICE.-Motion of Sir John
Hay as to position of officers, &c., [67];
negatived, [69].
NAVY Esti MATEs.-Moved by Lord C.
Paget, [62]; reduction, ib. ; debates
on, ib.
NETLEy, Her Majesty's visit to the
hospital at, 79.
NEwcAstLE-oN-TYNE, meeting of British
Association at, 131–139.
NEwideGATE, MR., introduces Church-
rate Commutation Bill, [79].
NEw York, riots in, [324].
NEw ZEALAND.—War with the Maoris,
[302]; departure of 1000 emigrants
for, from Manchester, 76; collision of
ships, with serious loss of life, 107.
Norm ANBY, MARQUIs of, obituary notice,
210.

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