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IN D E X.
Abd-el-Kader, his defence of the Chris-
tians in Damascus, iv 65.
Achilli, Dr., converted Catholic lec-
turer, iii 8; great libel case, iji 8.
tune, ii 176.
lar prejudice against, i 58.
tions made by the Lancet, iii 229.
Albert, Charles, King of Piedmont, takes Albert Nyanza, discovery of, iv 20.
riage, iv 145.
is elected to the throne of
to the title of Earl Spencer, i 126.
ii 12; war of 1878, iv 319;
governments, iv 106.
the country, i 277: meetings disturbed
Covent Garden Theatre, ii 51; Drury
Lane Theatre refused, üi 55; important
accessions to its ranks, ii 55, 56; the
of the electoral register, ii 57; Mr.
bute to the Patriotic Fund, iii 118; his
118; speech on the popularity of the
iii 120; loses his seat, iii 120, 204; fare.
Bank Charter Act, suspension of, in well address to his late constituents,
his appeal to the government
raeli's reform bill, iii 290; is elected
share in the Hydepark Riots, iv 224; reform, iii 296; speech on the in-
Belgium formed into a kingdom under relations between France and England,
Leopold, i gr.
iii 317; his scheme for reforming taxa-
Bentham, Jeremy, his influence on poli- tion, iii 330; speeches on church-rates,
iv 15; on the right of the House of
proving the condition of Ireland, ii cellor of the duchy of Lancaster, iv 289.
119; his death, ii 205.
Britannia Tubular Bridge, completion
of, ii 175.
British Association for the Advance.
ment of Science, meeting in Man-
chester, i 277.
Bishoprics abolished in 1833, i 110. Brooke, Sir James, Rajah of Sarawak,
290; his career in Borneo, ii 157; his
ii 158; returus to England and is well
Birkbeck, Dr., establishes mechanics' received, ii 159; appointed governor of
Labuan but removed, ii 159: Mr. Glad-
stone on his proceedings, ii 159.
Brougham, Lord, opposes Wellington
his conduct in the Austro- for Yorkshire, i 60; his great industry
and fame, i 61; disliked as a coadjutor,
Blomfield, Bishop, sketch of, i 47. i 62; amiable in private life, i 62; his
his reckless use of personalities, i 63;
insurrection, seized and shot, ii 155.
knowledge and literary powers, i 65;
appointed lord-chancellor, i 60: per-
Durham, i 125; his criticism on the
weakness of the cabinet in the Com-
mons, i 127; is disliked by the king, i
sident Lincoln, iv 143; is shot, iv 143. on newspapers, i 189; his antagonism
to Lord Melbourne, i 220; is reconciled
with Lord Lyndhurst, i 221; he pro-
li 200; his action in the Arrow affair, corn duties, ïi 33; his claims on the
gratitude of the nation, ii 46; opposes
Lord Lyndhurst's married women bill,
üi 12; applies for letters of naturaliza-
tion in France, intending to offer him-
self as candidate for presidentship, iii
13; Lord Brougham in 1859, iii 304;
his address to working men at Shef-
field in 1865, iv 241; death of, iv 198.
Brown, John, his efforts on behalf of the
slave, iv 92; is tried and sentenced to
Quaker lady, iv 98; his execution, iv 99.
31; his first interview with Mr. Cobden, Brown, Sir George, at the battle of the
Alma, iii 96.
Naples, Hungary, and Italy, ü 139.
Bruce, Frederick, sent to Pekin to
ratify the treaty of Tien-tsin, iv 59.
i 20; his
content, i 222; the cause of the colon-
Cecil, Lord Robert, iv 169; his charge
ists advocated by Mr. Hume, i 224; against Mr. Lowe, iv 170.
discussed in the British parliament, prisonment of Henry Vincent, i 260;
the National Petition, i 261; Mr. Att-
the secretaries of the National Conven-
Canning, Lord, succeeds Lord Dal- mingham, i 261; sentences on the pris-
housie as Governor-general of India, oners, i 262; arrest of Feargus O'Con-
iii 245; outcry against his policy, iii nor, i 262; arrest and transportation of
his policy, iii 273; appointed first Vice- tion of some Chartist doings, i 265;
i 280; Harriet Martineau on, i 280;
the queen's description of him, ii 104; tempt to put down public meetings,
resigns his command, iii 135, 164. ii 148; meeting on Kennington Com-
the proceedings, ii 149; its after effects,
Chatham, Earl of, advocates parliamen-
ii 17; statistics of, ii 17; commission on, Cheap trains for the working-classes,
Childers, Mr., first lord of the admir-
alty, iv 270.
Cardigan, Earl of, his share in the blun- China, opening up of, i 290; first war
Hong-Kong, i 290; large war indem-
Cardwell, Mr., president of the Board nity, i 290 ; second war with, iii 196;
of Trade, či 317; Indian secretary, iii seizure of the crew of the lorcha Arrow
to Sir John Bowring, iïi 199; the men
334; sent back, but apology refused by
Association, ii 288; his History of the condemns the government action, iii
202; defeat of the government, ii 202;
ment's policy, iii 203; Canton taken,
sioner Yeh, iii 277 ; Mr. Frederick
fended, iv 60; Admiral Hope attempts
to storm them, iv 61; Baron Gros and
bill brought force, iv 61; taking of the Taku forts
treatment of the allied commissioners
iv 77: his death, iv 42, 83.
Chloroform, opposition to the use of,
by Sir Hugh Wheeler, iïi 252; Nana Cholera in 1831, i 109; in 1849, ii 178.
iv 269, 323.
iii 297 ;
on the mode of conducting the war, iv 133 ; progress temporarily checked
iii 67; his unpopularity during the war, by American civil war, iv 134.
present at Lady Palmerston's opposition to it, ii 2r; large majority
government, ii 23: amendment by
his interview with Napoleon the duty, ii 23; great banquet of Anti-
tions for the repeal of the, ii 25; op-
of the Free - trade Hall, ii 28; Mr.
the, ii 37; passionate discussion on, ii
ii 53; motions by Lord John Russell
ii 219; personal appearance and quali- repeal on account of the famine in Ire-
attorney-general, land, ii 87; Sir Robert Peel's convic-
tion, ii 88; differences in the cabinet,
Coffee-houses, establishment of cheap, ii 88; Lord John Russell's conviction,
ii 89; majority of the cabinet against
Natal, iii 44; his book, iv 204; his supports Peel, ii 90; startling announce-
and return to office of Sir Robert Peel,
ü g1; renewed effort of the League,
ii gr; Peel's proposals to reduce the
duties, ü 96; discussion of, ü 97; the
prevent, i 28.
Cotton, prices of, during the civil war,
iv 126; efforts to promote its growth in
writings, ii 176; his reply to Baron on the cotton famine, iv 148.
out, iv 174.
der, and defence by Mr. Phillips, i 306.
Covent Garden Theatre, burnt, iv 8;
Cowley, Lord, ambassador at Paris,
Crabbe, George, i 186.
Aberdeen and Palmerston ministries,
i 316, iü 151.
Crime, statistics of, iv 326.
Crimean war, events which led to, u 14:
deen's disinclination for war, ili 20; al-