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CONTENTS OF VOL. III.
The French and British Fleets sent to the
tional Disarmament and Foreign War
Loans-Difference between Cobden and
Palmerston's Policy - Popular Feeling
against “Cobden, Bright, & Co.,"
Prince Albert and Lord Palmerston on the
of the Crimean War,
Admiral Sir Charles Napier,
and Foreign Intervention,
Lord John Russell on Coalition Ministries, 32 Correspondence between Admiral Napier
and Sir James Graham,
- His Opinion of the Condition of Turkey
-His Views of the Vienna Note and of
Count Nesselrode’s Interpretation -- He
ridicules the “Balance of Power” and
The “Poetic English Party ”—Military Re- A “Day of Prayer and Supplication ” ap-
pointed — The Queen's Letters to Lord
Lord Palmerston as Home Secretary-His Siege and gallant Defence of Silistria- The
Advice to the Presbytery of Edinburgh, · 42 Russians defeated and the Siege raised, 89
Popularity of Lord Palmerston-His threat-
deen-His Defence, .
- The Times on the Situation, .
-Great Fire at Varna,
Lord Palmerston remains in the Cabinet-
- Eupatoria taken, .
Financial Prospects – Mr. Gladstone's ex-
Character of Frederick William of Prussia-
the Crimea-He and the Empress visit
England-Return Visit of the Queen and
the Russian Court,
53 Effect of the News of the Alma on the Czar, 103
Mr. Gladstone's additional Proposals for meet- The Defences of Sebastopol—Ignorance con-
cerning its actual Strength and Resources
Occupation of Egypt,
“People's Budget”-His Views on Na- Despatch of Reinforcements to the Crimea-
Treaty between England, France, and Aus-
new Ministry threatened with Dissolution
- Mr. Bright's impassioned Appeal to stay