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INDEX 









TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



1877. 



^VINTER QUARTER— January 1 to March 31, 



" The 0SI7 tru* historj' of a conntty is to b« fonnd ia its Dewapapera." 

Lou» Hacavlat. 



SAMUEL PALMER, 75, STKMiVX** "^ C. 
1877. 



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PALMER'S 
INDEX TO "TBE'TIMES."JEWSPAf 




WniTEE QUAETEB— JAMUAEY 1 TO kAKOH il.. 



•i ■nwisM p*<<ul[im lo «cfa namln 

.. , UU Bill J1B11M7, I»g» 11, Miooin 6 ; III 

■oUdb Ui> monlb, ud Uia Itklln leller (K«cinUii< >(t alphkbit) ittti Ihs m 



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ond Bgan noilnt tha colnimi at 



A. 

Atibmr rR.) on the Drought CtcI*. 28/6 6 
Aboriginea PrDtaction BochH, DapvUtiOB to 

Sir SkTtle FT«re, Mj8«— 26;6/ 
Ab>Dt (Edmond) on M. Bnloi, 2t ;' 10 c 
AbTuinia, m nuiK lo, 6 m 13 a 
Accenuiei to Fnud, 10/G/— 19 / 10 •— 14 / 

10 /■— 16 f3 e 
ACdDBNTS :-- 

to Lord Aberdue, Thrown from bia Hon* 

while Hunting, 28 j S a 

»t the Alexandra Hall. Maichwter.toTwD 

Trapeze Pcrfomer*, 1 mtb 

to a Baree, Laden with Panffln, Sunk off 

Erith, 4 t 7 ( 

to Heory Barton, Crashed to Death in * 

RfdraaUc Captlao, at Leiceitai Station, 21 ■■ 
lot 

to Jamei Bennett, a FriMner, FraeturinK 

hit SkuU in Ijeaping from a Train. 10 m fi t 

to Mr. Betta, Shot by hi« Own Gun at lie 

AbbuUFarni, 37/Bc 

Blackburn Locki, Three Men Drowned in, 

16/S J 

Boat Capnied at Colcheiter, and Three 

Smacksmen Drowned. 16j8ft— IBjlO/ 

off Cork, and Fire Men Drowaed, IGj 

R d 

at Darley, and k Cambridge HanDrowned, 

and Twa Exctmioniili Drowned on Ibe 

Dee, 31 HI 6/ 
on the Derwent, Mr. Garland Drowned, 

e;6« 
off EtIc and Four Fenona Drowned, 23 

on the (hue, Two Ferwn* Drowned, 3 / 



on the Tyne, Three Perioni Drowned, 27 

"0/ 
Boiler £xplo*iun *t Btrgtte Brewery, Bot- 

loit, Ibe Bre'ierf Blown to Fiecn. T6 i 6 f 
-at Porter ^^orkt, t^harraw Vale, t^hefiiild. 



f'irt Men liihiitd, 9 m 



Acatdanli (tontiyimd). 

Boiler Ezploiion of a Bailwa; Engine, at 

Alae Station. 39 m G i 
at Worthington, Indiana, Killing Twelr* 

Penoni, &c.. It m 6 a 
at Boneer'i, Tea Dealer*, the Shop Front 

Blown Out, sajGd 
to Charlei Bieeie, Washed Orerboard tbo 

Dtwatalm and Drowned, at Malta, 9 j 6 b 
Banting of a Bewrvuir iu Connecticut, 

and flOO Acrei CoTered with Water, 28 m S *— 

29mSe 

to Ann Carroll, Drowned from Slipping off 



Saring a Child from Drowning, 19/5 <— 20 / 

to Capt. Chamberlain on the Lines at Chat- 
ham from a ClotheiLineCatL'hing Him \>y the 
Throat and Dragging Him from Mi Hone, 28 
m lOa 

— to Capt. Clafton, Thrown from hi* Pooj 
while PUying at I'olo at Delhi, 1 ; t c—8J 6 d 

to Hirry CoQBtable, K illed hy a Shot Fired 

from a KeTolrer Handled by hi* Youogor 

Brother. 27« 11/ 
to Jamei Cooper. Killed by Entanglement 

in Mai'hlnery, at latingtoti, i9 j a e 
to Mr, Fred. Coion. Thrown from hiiUoree 

in Ihe Field while Hunting, Hm6e 
to Mr. David Darling, Konnd Dead in ■ 

Bog in Woolwich Manhei, B m 6 d 
lo Reginald Datiea. Drowned from tbe 

Horae Dragging hi* Vehicle into a Fund, >&> 

fie 
to Diren, in Torre* Strait*, Drowned while 

at Work, \ejif 
ai Dolwyddelan, to Three Workmen, from 

an Eiploaion while Making the Shaft of • 

Tunnel, Ijft 
to Lt. Gen. Sir Haatingi Duyle, from k 

Fall when Entering hii Carnage, K) m 10/ 

at Dudley Fort, from Siity U.ivuwkVi^'Hf, 

in, {tom'«uTTaiTn^\l\iAwi^twnA,V*'i*^ 

to V*T4\)Mttsfwv,lii'«.'*\^»».'Mo.'^^^'''** 



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PALMER'S INDEX TO " THE TIMES ' NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. ItO 



Accidents (cfntxnutd), 

while Trying to Unload it, Windznr, a La- 
bourer, Killed, 26 m 9/ 

Explosion at Ballincallig Powder MilU, 10 



m9/ 



at St. Gothard Tunnel, Two Fertoi&i 



• • • 



Killed, 2^/6 6 

of Gas, at Albury Park, 20jf jVj/ "*. '•' ' 

at Arundel, a Sen«:tif •Girl. Seriously 

Injured, %j 9/ '• *. ". : ' 

at the Blf ek Llpn Hotel, Sheffield, 20; 

10 if ••.•.-.'•.••* 

7— >t R^ifffitoti,* Six Shop Fronts Blown 

0i^l,UJti-Jt3 

« bf* Gunpowder, at Ahmedabad, Fifty 



Bertons KiUed and 1000 Wounded, 12 i 5 a— 
20/10 b—27fSd 

-^ Fall of the Massire Chimney Stack at 
Deykins*s Electro Plated Works, 31 ;'€ e 

— to Mr. Field, Killed in the Hunting Field, 
SjlOc 

— from the Floods in Spain, 6 ; 9 /" 

— to Capt. Foljambe, in the Ilunting Field, 
28/6/ 

— to Mr. Frost, Aged S4, Burnt to Death by 
Falling into the Fire in a Fainting Fit, 1 > 9 / 

— to a Little Girl, Found in a Dry Well, near 
Bagneux, 8 fb c— 12y 5 d 

No Accident, but Murdered by the Father, 



19./ 6 « 

— in Glasgow Harbour to Eight Men, from a 
Sugar RoUar of Fire Tons Breaking from its 
Tackle and Falling on them, 7 m 5 /* 

— to Mr. G.F. Grace, the Celebrated Cricketer, 
Thrown from his Horse in the Hunting Field, 
d> 5e 

— to Thomas Groomes, Drowned in the Surrey 
Canal, 22 j S b 

— to tlie Harriett Fortemth Life-Boat, Upset at 
Whitby, 13y9/— 16>8 6 

Subscriptions for the Bereaved Families, 



13j9/ 

— to Capt. Henry, Thrown from his Carriage 
at Bombay, 24/6 d 

— to H. M. Ship Temeraire, from the Iron 
Rudder of Thirteen Tons Weight Falling into 
the Dock, 26 m 10 a 

— to Wm. Hill, Falling Down an Abandoned 
Mine Shaft. 12/10< 

— to a Man named Hoddcr, from a Gun Ex- 
ploding at North Allington, 7 ml f 

— to a Boy named Hutley, who Fell into a 
Watercourse and was Carried through a Barrel 
Drain, 19 J 12 d 

— to a Lady, from a Tall Heavy Ladder Over- 
balancing and Falling on her from' the Men 
Moving it in Regent Street, 29 m 9 e 

— at Letts's Wharf, from the Scaffolding 
Falling Down, 31 .; 6 d 

— on Loch Lomond, Throe Men Lost from 
the Sinking of a Lighter, 15 m 10 6 

— at Madeira, Six Men Killed or Wounded 
while Firing the Proclamation Salute, 6/6 c 

to 'Lord Middleton, in the Hunting Field, 



— - ^oMUs Emma Muorc, vrho Died fiom an 
Cfrer^atfc of Laudauuw, 11 /4 / 



AccidentB (continued). 

to a Mother and Child, at Brighton, from 

a Herd of Cattle Coming from the Railway 
3tittibn, the Child KUled, 15 m 11 <; 

— •=:- Xb the New Pier at Woolwich Arsenal, from 
\ ' , iY\m t'cptrtiio Running into it During a Fog, 
: * '26 m 10 a 

in New York, from a Cry of Fire in St. 

Francis Xavier Church, Seven Persons Tram- 
pled to Death, \Ombd 

at Newcastle-on-Tyne, from the Fall of an 

Iron and Wood Gallery, at Hawthorn's Engine 
Works, on a Number of Workmen, 24 /*9 / 

to Sir A. B. Paget, Thrown from his Horse 

while Hunting at Rome, 10/5 d 

to Rev. E. Phillips, who Fell Over a Pred- 

pice at Gamdiffaith, 8/6 a 

Powder Magazine at San Sebastian Ex- 
plodes and Nine Soldiers Killed, l9fBf 

to Lord Powerscourt, Shot in the Eye in a 

Shooting Party, IJ 9 e 

to Mrs. Bathbone, Blown by the Wind 

against the Butt of an Oak Tree and Killed, 
22 / 10 f 

at St. Philip's Church. Kennington, from 

One of the Pinnacles Falling Through the 
Roof Blown Down by the Gale, 2 ) 10 d 

to Mrs. Slater, Drowned at Ivybridge, near 

Plymouth, 2Sj»e 

to Edwin James Smiddy, Found Drowned, 

15/4/ 

Steam Tram-Car Overturns an Omnibus in 

Paris, l*/5e 

to the Hon. Arthur Strutt, Entangled in 

Machinery at Mitford Mill, 7/9/ 

Tay Bridge Partially Destroyed and the 

Foreman's Leg Broken, 5/6 c^ 

to Frederick Thonits, Scene Shifter at the 

Alhambra, from a Fly Falling on his Head, 8 

to Charles Thorpe, Killed by the Accidental 

Discharge of a Gun at Colchester, 5 i 9 h 
Three Men Killed by a Mass of Rk)ck and 

Earth Falling on them near Clitheroe, 8/6 a 

— 8/9« 
to Charles Timlick, from an Explosion of 

Gas, near Staines, 2Qj9e 
to Two Boys, Drowned while Attempting 

to Escape from the Dalkeith Reformatory, 9 /' 

Ud 
to Two Fishermen, Drowned off Smorby 

Rocks, by the Capsizing of a Skiff, 19 j 10 f 
of Tyrrell, a Seaman, During Practice on 

a Steam Launch, at Harwich, 7 f % d 
to John Varcoe and others, from their 

Dwelling being Crushed Under a Snow Slide 

at Aha, 27 /"Sf 
to Lieut! Wallace, Killed by a Yard Falling 

on Him on Board the Minotaur ^ 9 j € ^—16 

j de 
to James Wight, Narrow Escape of being 

Carried Over the Niagara Falls, 8/10 a 
to Rear Adm. Willcs, Falling from the 

Emerald into the Water, 27 / S a 
to Mr. \V\VV\s, oi lj«\A\\H>\iTv\<j, from hig Gun 






, 31, 1S77.J I'ALSfEK'S IKUBX TO "TOK times " NEWaPiPER, 



Ade 



Accidents (coniinuid^ 

in WiUon's Court, Gmys Inn RomJ, from a 

Slack u( Chimneys Faliing Down, 3] J 6 d 

■ — ■ III WuMwich, from a sliell beiiig Examined 
I'liploding. 20/ 10 I'—l mSb 

in YohohnmR Bay, in 1870, to Coiumsnder 

Brook mid Four Men Droirned, 2ij5c 

ACCIDSMTS-4IIKING :— 

• — ■ Boiler E«pta«;oB at St, Eiienne, Ten Work- 
men KiUed. 16/5 c 

al CluidowQ Colliery, ntar Bath, Two Col- 
liers Killed by a Ha«i oF Kouk Falling on 
ttiem, 6/6 I 

— _ Expkiiian at Cooper'* Bank CoUierjr, near 
Dndlev, 6/9/ 

at Cwrnilillery Pit, S7 j" 7 « 

at the Dowlai* Iron Company, at GiUy- 

gaer, 2 r 9 e 

of Fire Damp in Oraieseiiac Mine, Fifty 

Five Minen Killed, IB / 5 rf— 16 /"Be 

in the Worcester New Pit, SwaDiea, 

Kinet^ Men Killed, 9 m 10 c 

at Fogg. Pit, 8/6/ 

at Oi*at Beys Colliery, Tyldealey, Firt 

PenoDs Killed, 7 n 6 f— 17 m 7/ 

at Knowlei'i Colliery, Dorcyiever, 9/5/ 

— 10 r5t—l2 nf~tSf7f 

at the Sirhowy Pit's, I'Sj 6 b—SHj 13 a 

Fire al Farnworlh Colliery, Eighteen Col- 

Lera Suffocated, 26 j 6 c— 21) j B c— 31 j 6 e 

Subscription* for the Bereav^, fl f 6 f 

at Hamilton Home Farm I'il. Flooding' of, 

•J*J B d 
at Harria's Collieries. Glnmorgnnebire, Two 

Gentlemen Killed, 24; 6 <I~-2j^ 12 a— 2<>;6c 
at the Lower Uelpb Colliery, Iroin Choke 

Damp, ai J 5 « 
at Badstock Colliery, Two Men Killed, 26 

-^ atShirland Colliery, Flooding of, 12 j 6/ 
-17>T* 

atSlonehiUColIier}'.Firein,24i'6if— 25j*12o 

AOdDENTS-KAILWAT :~ 

MeeimgioConsiderthcTenibleEffecUof, 

16 « 3/ 

Return of. During 1876, SOmSd 

' > Miss Louisa ilruce, Killed at Ealing 



i>taliai 



M/,1/ 



«./ 



a Guard, at Btai<kfriars Station. Missing 
hii Leap into his Brake. :J6 i 5 < 

to Henry Lees, at Westminster Station, 2i 

/5/ 

to Wm. Miller, Killed at West Hartlepool, 

" 5/ 
o Mr. Sterne, at CanonbiiT]- Station, 27 m 

at Ashubula, the Bridge Falling in with 

' the Entire Train, Ijbd—ijo d—9 ibf— 16 
/8 a— 16/ 4 if— 22 »i 10 e 

at Banbury Station, 10 / 7 ■ 

at Bamet Station, I m 6/ 

— at Bieeater, U/lOr 

near Bickkigh, 24 f6 f 

at Blacktriart Station, 2 n 6 c 

at Boston, 7/9 * 

Bratoi Expmt uui iU SUp Curiafei for 



A«ddenti -Bailway (conHmted). 

near Bury. 1 / 9/ 

nenr Chippenham, 30y 6 h 

at ClonsilU Junction. 12 « 5 /" 

near Dover Tunn'l, from a Fall of Chalk 

Blocking the Way. 13,)9e-l«y H(/ 

at Dodworth. near Bamsley, n >u 9 e 

on tlw Dundee and Arbroath Uailvay, G r* 

9« 

at GilUngham Station, 31 jS ri 

near Hessendean, a Goods Train, 13 ; 9 e 

at Kingcraig Station, from the Points beinjl 

Open, 20 m 6/ 

near LiTerpoot Street Station. 3^ II e 

between Markinch and Falkland, I j 10 r 

near Morpeth Sution, to |the '- Flying 

Scotsman," 26 m 6/— 27 « 8 a— 28 m 9/ 

Inquest. 29 » 6 a 

Note about, 39 >■ 6 e 

near Plumstcad Marshes from a Bullock, 

13_,- 9 t 

near Settle, to a Pullman Car, 2«/ 10 h 

near Sittingbourne, 16 / 1! J 

al SUirfont. near Barnsley, 5 m 9 t 

berween SUwell and Avarot, 24/4 <l 

between Truro and ChscewHlcr, from the 

Fall of a BalK of Kags, If 'if 

at Waverlej Station, l" « G /* 

near Wincanlon Station. %6 f 10 c— 1 w 6/ 

Official Inquiry into, 6 « 9 « 

near Wood Green Station. 9/ tl e 

Collision at Accrington Sla'lion, 1.^ f \1 h 

al Arlaey. Kotes about, 1U> 11 e — Vi i 

10/ 
, Col. Stuart Wortley, the Gentleman 

Inquired for Aiding in, 9 t'J d 

at AJi-lei- Bains, 3j 7/— 12j5rf 

near Boilon, 9 m e 

near Darlington. 3 ; 11 e 

near Denmark Hill, SCj6/~27j 7 f 

at Derby, 24 m 7/ 



/ 6 /-23 



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at Gagny, near Paris, 1 

at Jeremy Brook, 24 / ! 

near Leatnington Station. 20 jh S / 

at Ordial-Lane SUtion, 23 ; 6 u 

al Saltney, 2 /■ 10 « 

on the Spanish Southern, i'i m 5 d 

at Stock^on-on-Tee^ 10 m 9/ 

near Twickenham, by a Defective Signal, 

Ifl/ 11/ 
Aclaod(Llr,) Home for Incnrablei, 27_f S < 

Nolaabout, 31 ;■ 5 s 

Acropolia of Mjcense. '28 m S b 

Acton (PhiUip)on Mi t m's House at Westminster 

4j3d 
Adams (Capt.) Donation to. from the Uniriil 

"- - - for his Kindness to the Crew of iha 



Poi'.r. 



t> 1!*7 



■MS 



,R. U.) on New So».>iv'S»V*,\i^ J 
AdiliiiK InaaU va InvxT^ , W « < W 
Adeane-Bariow iO*.-> eiv touUXo Ktt^»v.\\v,T» • 

12 a , . 

AdcVphv Hote\ Com^aj , VI J 1 • 



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PALMERS INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Adler (Dr.) on the Jews in Roumania, 18 j 6 b 
ADMIRALTY COURT :— 

the y%«7i, 14 »i 10/ 

the Amaryllis, 8/ 1 1 a 

— the AnnutuliiU, TZ m lie 

the Animmtte, 13 / 11 e 

the CAa//«»u/er— the Tuukt, 28/11 a—\ m 

11 d 

the Cumha, 10 f\l d 

thei:.rir, 19/1*0/ 

the Franconin, 26 »« 1 1 f 

the Betwdal—ihe Mthane, 21 >n 11 c 

the H udder xjield, Smile 

the Maria, 12 / 11 c 

the 0/^a— the New Pmltti, 29 m 1 1 6 

the Ostrich— the Fervent, 13/11 c 

the Pac<o/M«— the iS. G. G,Thomptony2S/ lie 

the Parana, 28 m 10/ 

the Pilot-^xhe AJoumt Stewart, 28 w 11 h 

— — the iSir John Lawnnce — the Amor, 16 w 10/ 

the Waterloo— i\iQ Hinde, 19 j 11 e 

the t^ telling, 5 m 10 e 

Admiraltj Departments, Committee of Inquiry 

into. ]3m}2d 
Aero- Hydraulic Dying, 27 m 6 d 
Africa, Exploration of, 16.; 7 e— 28 / 11 / 
Spanish Geographical Society Arranging 

for an Exploring Expedition into, 21 fb c 
Central, Commander Cameron's Lecture 



on, 24 7 6 6 

Second Italian Expedition into, 26 m 

Lake Regions of, 28 m 5/ 

Mr. Stanley's Atrocities in, 2 fSf 



6 c 



African Exploration, 23 »i 6/ 

Slave Trade in the East, 2 m 6 6 

Meeting of the Committee to Suppress, 

2Hf6b 
Agriculture in Russia, 14y 4 e 
Agricultural Holdings Act, Sf^d 
— • Annual Returns, 13/4 e 

Returns, 30 m 6 b 

Aylesbury (Lord) Turf Reciprocity, 20 f\2a 
Albania, Turkish Administrations in, Note about, 

5 m 6 c— 6 m 8 c/— 9 m 10 c 
Albion Shipping Company, 30 j 7 f» 
Albert Medal, Awards, 1 > 6 e— 3^ 8 c 
Alcock (R.) Exploration of Africa, 16 / 7 « 

on Westminster Hospital, 17 w 12 e 

Alexandra Pnhice— Meeting of Claims, 13 i 11 c 
— 30> 1 1 e 

and Park, Sale of, by Auction, 8 fh e — 9 / 

11 d—2Gf7 

Re-Opening Under a New Lessee, 19 in 9/ 

Winding up Orders. 20 m 10 ^—28 tn II b 

Alexandria Harbour Works, 19 ; 7 a 

Obelisk, 14/ 11 /— 15/6 c— 16/4 /•— 20/ 

10c— 12 m id—lb m be 
All Saints Convalescent Hospital at Eastbourne, 

Donation of the Queen to, 15 i 6 6 
All Souls' College and the Bodliean, 30 m 4 e 
Alliance British and Foreign Fire and Life In- 
surance Company. 6 m 10 a 
Allnatt (Dr.; Weather of 1876, Summary of, in 

Months, 4 ; 3 e 
Aiiotment GardenB for the Poor, 1 2 ; 3 e 
-rf>fe/ Ma^^ the Bp. of Liacola FrotestB tutainat 
^e l/se of, 13/ 8 a 

9 



Alsace-Lorraine, ««« Gkrmant 

Meetmg of the Committee of, 6/5 d 

Ambiguous Prayers, 3iy 6 c 

AMERICA :— 

Alabama Claims — Overplus, 8/8 a — 9 j 5 

d— 8/9e 
Claims for Compensation, 17^7 b — 20 / 

6 6— 15/4 rf 
Appointments, Official, 16 » 6 c— 17 ml J 

—19 m 5y— 31 m 5 s 

Army Appropriation Bill, 26/6 e 

** Battle of Trenton," Celebration of its 



Centennial Anniversary, 11 j 9 / 

— Belknap (Ex-Secretary of War) Suit against 
Withdrawn, 10/6 c-28/6/ 

— Chinese Emigration, 1 m 5 a 

^- Civil Service Reform, 14 m 6 e — 26 mb t 
— • Coal Mining and Railway Companies, Meet- 
ing of the Presidents on the Policy of a New 
Combination, 31 m 5 c^ 

— Coinage of, 6/7/ 

— Commercial Crisis in, 2 / 4 a 

— Congress — Bills Passed, 4 j 7 a 
Close of the Session, 19 m 6/ 

Compromise Bill, 26 / 6 c^— 27^ 6 6—30 



; 6 e 



m 5 e 



the Economist on, SOj 7 e 
Debate on the New Cabinet, 9 m 6 d— 12 
t 

Electoral BiU — the President's Message 
on Approving, 12/11 e 

Commission, Debate on, 19/5 a — 27/ 



6 a — 8 nt 5 a — 13 m 4 o 

Plan, 24 / 5 o & 6 

Tribunal Chosen, Sljbb 

- Court Justices Elected, 31 j b e—l 



/be 

Extra Session to be Summoned, 22 m b d 

—23 mb d 

Finance Bill, 22/6 rf 

Legislative Appropriation Bill, bfbj— 



Ib/bh—'dmbh 

Pass a Bill to Accept the Statue of '* Li- 



berty " Presented by France, 23/5 c— 28y 6 
yi_27 mid 

Proposed Arctic Expedition, 2/5/ 

the Senate in Session Confirm Members 



of the Cabinet, lo m u d 

SUver Legal Tender Bill, 17;' 6 c 

the President and his Southern Policy, 



9mbd 

— Debt of New York City, 19/9 /* 

— Deepening of the Mississippi, 12/6 r 

— Democratic Mass Meetings at Washiiigt<}ii 
and other Northern Towns, 10 j 6 e 

— Diplomatic News, 26/6 6—21 m 6 c— 24 m 
7 «~26 m 6 s 

Mrs. Mary Clemmer's Description of Sir 



Edw. Thornton, 22 w 9 /* 

Outrage on the Consul at Acapulca, 30 m 



3 d 

— Downtrodden in Charleston — tlie White 
Man, 26/8a— 2y 6 6 

— Elections of Senators, 6j 5 e — 17^5 rf— 19 
j 6 o— 20> 5 6— 26 J 6 e— 7 m 5 d— 9 m 5 e— 23 
mb c 

o! Gofemoit, 4 j lb c— ^ j la c— Vi ni^ c 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmeii's index to ** the times " kewspapee. 



Ame 



America fconttnued), 

Elections Id the South, Troopi May be 

Eroplojed During, *2ij 5 b 

Execution of Bp. Lee, the Mormon, 28 m 5 



</— 24 m7 d& e 

— Export Retumg, 22 m 5 r 

— Extradition Controversy, lljdf 
Treaties. 17 m \i f 

Treaty with Spain, 23/5 €—12 w 12 6 

— Filibustering: ii. 17 m 5 d 

— and the rrci.ch International Exhibition, 
19 m fi /— J.^ tn :» d 

— Crajigvr :>uirs, B m S h 
Grunt (Ex-President) Sails f or Llyerpool, 



26 m 5 « 

— Greenbacks, Account of, 18/ 4 a 

— Import and Export Keturns, 31j5d 
Duties, Reduction of, SI m bd 



— Indians Defeated. 7 f 5 e 

— International Kxhibition of Philadelphia, 
see Ikternational 

— Inundation at Staffurdville, 28 m 5e— 29 mbe 

— Irish Centennial Address, 4 / 7 a 
Refused Acceptance of, 12/7 6 

House of Representatives Accept, BmSf 



— Lad J Lawyers and Barristers, 15 fi d 

— Louisiana, Attempt to Assassinate the Ilo- 
publican Governor, 16/6 c — 17 ; '> h 

the Attempted Assassin a Lunatic, 17 



/5 c 

Civil War in, 26 i 8 6—15/6 a 

Commission Appointed to Enquire into 

the Affairs of, 29 m 5 c & e 

Expected Conflict of Parties. 1 6 i 5 c 

and its Guarded State Uou^e, ;i ; 5 6 

Inaug:uration of Two Grovemors, 10 j 6 c 

Intimidation and Corruption in, 21/4 d 

Political Intimidation in, 12/4 (f 

Returning Board Placed Under Arrest, 

29i 5e 

State of Affairs in, 11^5 c & c/— 12^5 c 



—18 ; 5 e— ISy 5 e—lSj 5 6—18 ; 6 d—Sf 8 
a— 28 m 5 d 

and South Carolina Governorships to be 



Left for the New President, 20 /*5 e— 5 m5 a 

the New President's Policy, 27 m 5 d 

Military Mateiiei Forwaided to Turkey, 17 



/5 c 

— Miscellaneous News, 15 m 5 s— 17 m7 d 

— Mississippi Hiver, Examination of, 15^5/ 

— Money Market, 12/5 c 

— National Debt, Monthly Report, 3 j 5 d— 4 
joe -19 j 6 o— 2/5 d & /— 2 m 5 «— 3 to 5 6 
— 5 m 5 a 

— Negro Government, 12^8 a — 18 J 8 a 
Free Passes to Negro M.P.'s Used for 



Lodgings, 18^8 a 

— New Cabinet in Office, 13 m 5 rf— 24 m 7 d 

and the South Carolina and Louisiana 



Affairs, 21 m 5 c 

Funding Loan, 23 ; 5 c— 29 m 5 e 

Orleans State House, Garrisoned by 



Police. 2j5d 

York, the Fugitive President of Mexico 



at, 12/5 e 

Meeting of Bankers and oihera in, to 



Endone the Fretident's Folic j, 10 m 6 ti 



America {ronttnued), • 

President of the Western Union Telegraph 

Company Arrested by the Congress, 11 j 5 d 

Grant and Indiana, 1 J 9/ 

Proposed Tour to the Old World, 9 m 

Family of. 9 m 6/ 

■ Vacates the White House for his Suc- 
cessor, 9 m 6 /* 

Hayes and~lhe Senate 29 m 8 a 

Deputation of Coloured Citizens to, 2:^ 



mb d 



m 10 a 



— Methodist Bishops to, 24 fit 7 e 
and General Hampton, 31 m 5 « 
Inauguration of the New, 6 m 5 a — 2t 

Preparations to Inaugurate, 3 m 5 ^ 
the Ceremonial, 6 m 5 a 

Speech at his Inauguration, 6 m 5 rt 

New A]>pointment8, 5 m 5 a 

(Inbinet, 7 m 6 fc— 8 m 5 a — 12 m 5 e 

Preiiident at Washington, 3 m 5 e 

Southern Democrats Endorse the Presi- 
dent's Policy, 29 m 8 6—30 im 3 6 

— Presidential Election, Notices, 1^6 </— 8 j 
6 6—9 ; 5 rf— 1 1 j 9 /*- 12 j 5 «/— 17 ; 5 c & rf— 
IJ) j 5 c— 19 ; 6 a— 20i 5 6 & e 

Commission to Test Disputed Totes, 1 9 



; 5 0—26 J 4 rf— 26/8 a— 1 ;/* 4 a— 9 m 4 a 
Counting the Votes, 20 > 8 a— 2/5 d & 



f—lS/b «— 20/5 a— 21/fi a&c— 22 fA d— 
22/ 5 a— 24/ b c— 26/5 c— 28/6 a &/-1 m 
5 a — 2 m 5 o — 8 w 5 a 

Election of Mr. Hayes, 8 m 5 a 

of Vice-President, 3 w 5 a — 5 m 5 a 

Elections, 22 ; 6 a— 24 j 5 a— 9y 5 6—22 



fbc—Vdfbe—Hf'bf* 

Florida Elections Voted, 31 ; 5 rf— 3/5 c 

Members of the I^uirtiana Returning 



Board Arrested by Conjjress, 18 ; 5 e—ld /A d 
Notices about, 2o ? 5 6— 20 5 e—2^ J 5 r 



—80; 5 d—b/b d— /' 5 rf— 7 / 5 d— 8/5 c 
& e— 12/5 e— 15/6 h'& </— 27/6 a&c 
— Oregan Case, 19 / 6 a 

Report of the Joint Electoral Committees 



Appointed to Settle the Dispute about, &c., 1 

/4 a— I f 5d 

Return o* Votes. 4/7 a — 15./ 5 « 

Mr. Tilden on the Investigation, 23 / 5 /> 

— Railways. 9 ; 5 c ,. 

Rfciprocity Treaty with the King of Samoa 



15/ 4 d 

— Resumption of Specie Payment Recom- 
mended by the President, 30 / 5 c- 31 j 5 c 
—3/5 c-o f 5 (/ 

— Shipments of Live Stock to England, 2i> 
•I 5 e 

— ^)ioux Indian-, Failure of the MilitSTy 
Movements agains^t, 15; 4 d—22 / 6 a 

Campaign against Prepflnng, 30 w 3 h 



— Six Chinamen Killed by a Gang of \^ hilt- 
Men at San Francisco, 1 7 wi 7/ 

— South Carolina ILV^cxvatv*, v ^ ^ a 

Afiairs, 1^ m 5 c 

Democxala, \^ j ^ tt _:v -> c> • %^ r. 



— »j8o 



Ame 



» 



PALMAR 8 INDEX TO " THE TIME8 '' NEW8PAPKK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



America (rontinued), 

and Spain. 13 m 5 « 

Stock Markets, 5 m € c 

Surveys in, 9.; 4 « 

l^ldcn^B Speech on Installing the New Go- 
vernor of New York, 3 ; 5 rf 

Mr. Blis6*8 Letter Explanatory, 7/6/ 

Prosecuted for Not Paying Income Tax, 



24/54 

— Treasury Bonds, Calling in of, 14 /"S b — 12 
m 5 e— 16 m 5 r— 28 m bd 

— Treaty of Extradition with Spain Ratified, 
10 fhc 

- — T«^ocd Prepared to Give up his all for his 

Helen sc' and Disclose all, 26 m 5 e 
- — Waslungton's Birthday, 23/5 c 
American Ice Harvest, 15/5 /* 

iMeat, Account of, 16 / 3/-20 ; 9 A- 22 ; 

12 6- 20 /"fie 

Import Returns. 13y 6 rf— 15^ 7 c— 7/ 

\e 

in the Metropoljt in Meat Market, 26/ 7 « 

Notes ahoui, 27^ 5 e—^^j 8 c— 30 ; 10 c 

—1 /*7 A-31 m \0b 

^ Prices of . 30 7 10 c 

Sale of. in Edinburgh, e/3h-^12f7e 

—20 / 6 e—o m 6 h 
^— — Mr. Tallerman*s Organization for the 

Import of. 9 /'4 f—Vlfl t 
Railroad Kir g, 10/10/ 



Aiacn 'a, a Snnke in ilic />.>ulopiral nanlcn**. .*) 

Ancient Britons, Celebrati:)n of the UI2nd. An- 

i iversary, 2 m 8 4 
Coins Found at Blackmoor, Lord Sel home's 

Lecture, 8/ G 6 

Monuments, Note about, 20 m 8 r 



Ancketell (Maxwell) Riots in Asia Minor, 30 ; 

Anderson (James) en Submarine Telegraphy, 

14/10 6 
Angling in the Thames, 9 m%f 
Anglo-American 'Copyright — the Fortnightly 

Review on. 31 1 12 a 
Anglo- French Commercial Treaty, Deputation 

of Chambers of Conimerce to Government 

about. 28/8 «— 22 m 10/ 

Treaty of Commerce, Note about, 12 m 6 e 

Anglo-JeN^i>h Assm^iution, Meeting at Birming- 
ham on the Eastern Question, 2 j 6 « 
Aniline Colours in Art, \ j \\ d 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Mycenao. Zj 10 « — 12 

j 7 o— 2ay 5 f/— 9 /• 1 1 /— 14 / 8 6—5 m 10 c— 

16 7n lit— 17 m 12 a * 
Antrobus (Edmund) on the Wilton Election, 22 

/H/— 26/Gc 
Ante. Sir John Lubbock's Discourse on, 30 / 9/ 
Arabia, Revolt of the Yemen Tribe*, \^ wb d 
Arancania, the So-Called King of. Dies, ^mhd 
An-h (Joseph) at the Blackpool Liberal Meeting, 

3/6</ ^ 

Arcliangl Marine Insurance Company, 23 / 7 a 
A J chjei)logical Discovery at Palestrina. 17/4 d 
Ajvhmo]o)!y, Meeting of the London and Middle- 

jinJjer ( A.J on the Norway and Scotch Natoral- 
A>/A Jo y 22 a 



ABCHES COURT :— 

Church of the AnnnnciatioD, Chislehurst, 

21 fWd 
Howard ». Bodington, 22/ 10 s— 28/ 11 a 



—19 m 6 / 

— Hudson ». Rev. Mr. Tooth, 15^ 10 d 

— Improvements at St. Mary*s, Newington 
Butts, \\j 11 a 

— Jones and another v. Dover Guardians — 



Judgment, 1 fWa 

— Ridsdale (Rev. C. J.) v. Clifton and others, 
\ZjKd 

— St. Augustine, Haggerstone. 27/11 i, 

— re St. Barnabus, Homerton, 29 m 1 1 h 

— St. John*s Church, Hampstead, 11 f 1 1 a 
St. Peters, Eaton Square, to Sell a Painting, 



27/11 d 
Architectural Molochs, 30 m 3 / 
Arctic Expedition, Official Inquiry into the 

Cause of Scurvy in, 1 j 9/— 4 i lOy— 5 / 10 / 

— 9i9/— 12y5«-16i9«— 18i 7 «— 26^ 12 

d— 8 w 11/ 
Sir George Nares*s Paper on the Results, 27 

m 6 </ 
Freedom of the City to be Presented to Sir 

George Nsres, 17 ?" 9 /— 29^ 7 t 
the Pandom, Tribute to Sir Allan Toung, 

20 m 11 c 
Arctic Polar Colony, Intention to Establish, 23 

/4e 
Arg rt'no Con''d er'tion, Lopei Jordan Raises 

a ^>uilidard ot Kevuir. 1 / lu c; 
Armed >1nliomo'lnr!«. Note about, 30/ 6 e 
Ai tivenia und Ar<irut, Dr. Bryce*s Lecture on, 20 

m4 /■ 

Disorders in. 2/8 a 

Editor of the Journal Ararat Dies from 

Injuries Inflicted on him by the Police, 4/5 

4—24 / 6 e 

Miscellaneous News, 22jbd 

Notes about, 6 m 11 a — 9 m 5 f 

Resignation of the Patriardk, 27 m 1 1 c 

Armenians, Notes about, 6 ; € e — 24 j 6 s 

Armour Plates, 31 m 6 d 

Army and Navy Co-Operatire Society, Meeting, 

30m5 r 
Amim (Count) see Gbrmant 
Arnold (Arthur) Sequel to the Conference, 27 / 4 / 
Arsenic and Horses, 6 m 8 c/ 
Art and Muscles, Lecture on, 22 /5y 

Education in Mandiester, 5/9/ 

and Our Hospitals. 23 > 7 /— 25 / 6 /"— 26 j 

9 e— 29 j 6 /— 30 / 5/— 31 j 5 e— 2 /$ 6—3/ 

12 f— 6/10 c— 10 fb e— 12/10 b 

Loan Exhibition, 31 / 9 e 

Needlework, Exhibition of, at South Ken- 
sington, 16 m 4 e 

Sales, see Fikb Arts 



I 



Artificial Fish Culture, 9 / 3 c 

Artisans* Dwellings Act, Deputation to the 
Home Office about, 17 j 10 d— 3/6 f 

Inquiry to Carry it Out in the Suburbs 

and City of London, 21 in 11/— 22 m 10 /— 
26 OT 10 c— 29 m 10 d 

Institute. New Tear's Soiree at, 1 y 11 / 

LabouteT^ &ik\ Cjcii^c^ l^'n^VkV&iisi Com- 
pany, Me^t'mg, b m 1 e 



Har. 31, 1877.] paliikr*8 index to "tub times" nkwspapkr. 



Bia 



Aehlej (Erelyn) on Lord Falmertton and Groek 

Liberation, 18 / 6 c 
Assam Company, 12 ; 7 d 
Assaults on Judges, 17 m 13 a— 19 m 10/— 22 

w5/— 22 in 11 d 
Associated Chambers of Commeroe, Annual 

Meeting, 24 i 11 /— 22 / 6 d— 23y 10 c 
Atlantic Traffic, 26 j 10 a— 29 ; 7/— 31 ; 9 /* 
Auber, Monument to. Unveiled, ZOj 6 d 
Auction Sales, Commissions on, tee Commissioms 
Augmentation of Small Livings, Meeting at 

Leicester about, 27 m 6/ 
AUSTSALL^:— 

Budget, 1 7 m 5 ^ 

('hristinas Merry Making in, 17 m 5 r» 

■ Coioniiil .realj)U'«y on the German Settle- 
ment in the Tonjra Isiinds. 13/3 « 
^— Cricket in, wit h EnglL»bmen, l/Q e — 1 lmi»a 

Drought in, 30 m 3 c 

Duplicate Cable Conference, 28 m 11 ef 

Gold from Queensland, 23 m 4 6 

Intercolonial Conference on Cable Commu- 
nication, 6/6 «/— 21/5 a 

New Bishop of Melbourne Arrives, 13iw 5/ 

Oyster Cultivation in, 17 m 5 6 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 18/3 s 

Plague of Kangaroos, 1 /* 6 « 

Returns of Gold Mining. 17 m 6 a 

— — Revenue Returns, 17 m 5 a 

Small Pox in, 1 7 m 5 c 

South— tho Weather, 21 / 5 a 

- Western — Dispute of the Lacepede Islands, 
1/6/- 

see al$o Nbw South Walbs — ^Victokia 



▲HD Nbw Zealand 
Australian Agricultural Company, 17 j 7 a — 7 / 

7/— 16/7 d 

Colonies, 8 i 12 A 

Federation, 18/3 e 

Guano, Uj 4 e- 16^ 6 /— 29 m 4/ 

Labour Market, 14 /" 11 / 

Meat Agency Company, 1 i 1 f 

Northern Territory, Exploration of, by Mr. 

M'Minn, 27i'9e 
AUSTRIA :— 
Bank Question, 2 fn /— 3 / r. f/-f» /-n f— 

1 fh 4—Vd t h e— 21 fhbL c— 22/6 c— 23 

/66 
Budget, 30 / 6 e 

— Conference on the Bank Question, 26 7 6 e 
Diets Convoked, 23 m 6 d 

Diplomatic News, 20 i 6 d 

and the Eastern Question, 28 m 6 e 

and Herzegovina, 16 m 10 a 

and Hungary, 28 /'6 e 

Gen. Ignatieflf at Vienna, 16/6 rf— 26 m 6 

a— 27 m 6 c— 28 m 5 e— 29 m 6 e 
Law Relating to Delegations, Rejected, 19 

m 6a 
Marriage Law, Bill to Modify, Rejected, 21 

/6 c 

New British Embassy, First Ball at, 3/5 a 

Loan, 19 ; 5 d 

Paris Internal ionnl Exhibition, till to 

Defray Expenses, '^-i/o c 

Beicbtnth, Proceedings in, ^ m 5 e — 17 m 

7e—2lm5e 



Austria (rmitmned). 

Tyrolese Diet Dissolved, 27 / 5 c 

Austrian Embassy, 18 / 9 e— 22/9 f—\h m /* 
Autographs, Price Sale List of Mr. French's 

Collection, 23>4e 
Avonside Engine Company, Meeting, 23 m 6/ 
Aylmer (J. E. F.) on the South Eastern and 

Chatham Fusion, 24> 7 c— 19 m 7 a 



I 



B. 



his 



Bach (Sebastian) Second Performance of 

Mass, 6 m 9 e 
Bactrian Camel. 9 m 6y 
lladen- Powell (George) on the Cyclone Wave in 

Bengal. 5 / 3 « 
Biiillie (Alexander) on the National Bank ol 

Parsmiay, 18 ;" 7 b 
Bain (John) on Mineral Oil Lamps, 16 m 6 e 
Baker .J. L.) Agricultural Returns, 30 m 6 6 
(Lawrence J.) on the Censure Passed on 

him by the Stock Exchange, 30 y 7 a — 6 fl a 
Balmorid, Dinner to Mr. Wyndham, late of the 

Edinburgh Theatre aj, 28 / 11 e 
Banckes (Gerard) Christmas Hamper, 12j7d 
Bank Forgeries— Anecdote of BidweU, the 

Forger, 21 m 10 e— 27 m 12 a 
Bankers, Earliest EngUsh, 13/ 7/ 
BANEIN«:— 

Aberdeen Town aid County,27^ 10 d 

Agra, 21 m 6 e 

Alliance, 4j 7 r— IS; 6 i— 19> 7 e 

Anglo-Californian. 22 / 7 a 

Australian Joint Stock, 28 m 10 e 

Bank of Australasia, 13 m 11 a~21 m 6 e 

of Austria, 20^ 7 a 

of Bengal, 9j 7 a— 11 ; 7 «— 1» j 7 e-9 

6 

of Bombay, 16 ; 7 a — 6/7 a 

of British Columbia, 7 m 10 a— 21 m 6 e 

of Egypt, 26/ 7 «—8y 7 e 

of England, Weekly Returns, 5j7h& c— 

12 / 7 d & e— 19y 7b& c— 26i 7 6 & c— 2/7 

e & rf— 9/11 c— 16 /"ll 6— 23/10 h & c~2 m 

6 6—9 m 6 6^16 m 6 6 & e— 23 m 6 6—24 m 

18 c— 30 m 6 6 & e 

Antjunt of Bullion Held by, at Each 

Alteration of Rate of Discount, \ j lh—\2j 1 d 

Bullion Operations, 2 ; 7 6 — 6 j 7 6 — 



/ll 



12 i 7 rf— 19 ; 7 6-26 i 7 6—10 fl 6-12 f» 7 • 
Dividend Notices, 1/7 a— 16 m 6 



17 m 8 a 

Half-yearly Court, 16 m 6 c 

Inquiry into its Refusal to Accept 



Registrar-Generars Certificate as a Proof of 
Death, 7 m 8 6^10 m 8 6 

Notes in Circulation, 1/7 6 — 6 3 7 b— 



\2j 7 rf— 19 ; 7 6—267 7 6—2/ 7 c— » /lie 
—16 J 11 6—23 / 10 6—2 m 6 6—9 m 6 6—12 
m 7 a— 16 m 6 6—23 m 6 6—80 m 6 6 

Resignatioa ol the Bank Solicitor, 17 



m86 

of France, Weekly Returas, 6 j 7 c— 12 

i 7 e-^\^ i 7 r-?6 7 7 r— 2 f7 d— *i t VVt^— V^ 



/ W '>- Vi t oV-'io \ 



2ft/ 7 



a 



Ban 



a 



>9 



PUJIBB 8 INDEX TO ^^ TIM TUUBS MBWSPAPER. 



[June 1 to 



Banking (continued), 

Bank of London, see SEQUSSTRATioxt 

of Madras, S j 7 k 

of New South Wales, S ) 7 a 

Zealand, 1 1 .; 7 a— 21 /12 a 



of Scotland, 28 m 10 e 



— Bankers* Clearing House, 5 j 7 c — 12 j 7 e 
— 19y7c— 2€; 7 c— 2 /'7rf— 9 /ll c— 16/11 
6—23 f 10 c— 2 m 6 6—9 m 6 6—16 m 6 c— 2» 
m 6 6 — 80 711 5 e 

— Banque Franco- Hollandaisc, 87 7 a — 5j 5 c 
Francaise et Italienne, 29 m 5 c 

— Birmingham Joint Stock, 18 / 7 a 

— Bradford Banking Company, 29 / 7 a — 8 
/7tt 

— Carlisle and Cumberland, 29j7d 

— Central, of London, I'Sj 6 6—19 / 7 e 

— Chartered, of India, Ac., 12/7 c— 29 m 7 a 

— Check Bank, First Annual Report, 26 m 7 6 

— City, 3i 7 a— 15y 7 a— 17^ 7 </— 2 m 6 a— 
15 in 6 a 

— Colonial, 5 i 7 <f 
of New Zealand, H m 10 a 



Banking (conttnued). 

Manchester and Liverpool, 1/7 b 

Mercantile, of Sydney, 13 m II a 

Merchants' Banking Company of London, 

26 /•7 a 

Metropolitan, 13y 6 6—25 ; 6 s— 1/7 6 

Midland, 12/7 c— 247 7 s— 25 / 6 « 

National, 17 i 7 a— 26 j7d 

of Australasia. Z f7 a 

of New Zealand, 10 ; 6 a 

of Paraguay, I87 7 6— 80i 7 e 

ProTindal of England, I2y 7 c 

•ther Companies Not Associated with, 



— Commercial of Sydney, 22 ; 7 a— 28 m 10 a 

— Compsrison of Bank Notes with the Prices 
of Consols and French Rentes, 5^7 6 — 12 ; 7 
£/— 19 ; 7 6—26 I* 7 6—2 / 7 c— 9 / 1 1 c— 16 / 
11 6-23 a 10 6—2 m 6 6—9 m 6 6—16 m 6 6 
—23 m 6 6—30 m 5 6 

— Consolidated. 6ji* 7 a— 15y 7 a— l»i 7 s 

— Cumberland Union, 29j7d 

— Endorsement of Checks, see Chbcks 

— English, Scottish and Australian Chartered, 
22i7a— 30i7c 

— Halifax Joint Stock, 2/7/ 

— Hampshire and North Wilts, 2Bj 6 a 

— Helston Banking Company, Suspension of, 
Ij 7 a— 26 J 6/^ 

— Hong Kong and Shanghai Company, 16 / 
11 a— 17/ 11 C-27OT 10 a 

— Imperial, 5/7 a—ltj 6 6— 17j 7 d 
of Germany, 6; 7 6— 11 j 7 a— 19 j 7 6— 



27 j 7 6—12/7 a— 20 /6 6-27/10 d—S m 7 
a— 12 m 7 a— 27 m 10 a 
- of Russia, 26/ 7 a 



— International, of Hamburg and London, 7 
m 10 a 

— Lancashire and Yorkshire, ISjSh 

— Leicestershire Banicing Company, 10 / 7 a 

— Lincoln and Lindsey, 22 j 7 6 — 2ij 7 e 

— Liverpool Adelphi, 10 j 6 a 

Commercial Banking Company, II j 7 a 

Union, 9/ He 

— Lloyd's Banking Company, 3/7 o— 9 fUd 

— London Joint Stock Banks, Abbott's Half- 
yearly Tables about, 2/7 6 

— Joint Stock, 5/7 a — 19 j 7 a&e 

and County, 26 / 7 a— 2 f9 a &/ 

and Hanseatic, 10 /*7 a— 23/10 a 

and Provincial. 2Sj 7 a— 31 / 7 e 

-^— and San Francisco, 26/7 a 

and South African, I67 5 e~28 mlO d 

Western, 18 j 7 a— 7 /7 «— 24 m 13 a 

—26 m 7 6 



MJi€/ Weaimintter, 4/7 e-^lB ;7 a&e 



Mud Yorkshire, 17 f 7a^20j 7 d 

— Minc/iegter Mtid County, 13 ,'6& 



12 / 7 c 

of Scotland, IS m 11 a— 28 m 10 « 



New London and Brazilian, 26 m 7 6 
North Eastern Banking Company, 2/7 a 
- and South Wales, 5 / 7 a— 24y 7 e 
Western of Liverpool, 15 y 7 a 



— Nottingham Joint Stock, \7 j7 a 

— Oriental Bank Corporation, 30 m 5 a 

— Pares's Leicestershire Banking Company, 
8/*7a 

— Paris Banking Company, 16 j 7 a 
Should be Parr 



Parrs Banking Company, 16 j 7 a— 17 / 7 6 

Private and Joint Stock Banks, Return of 

Circulation, 12 / 7 <f— 10 / 7 6—12 m 7 a 
Scotch and Irish, Specie Held by, I2i7 d 

—10/7 6— 12 Ml 7 a 

Staffordshire Joint Stock, 12 ^ 7 c— I f7d 

Stamford, Spalding and Boston Banking 

Company, 10/7 c« 

State of Shares, in every days paper 

Stockholm Enskilda Bank, 12 m 7 a 

Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 29 i 7 a 

Swansea Bank, 17 j 7 a 

Union of Australia, 6^* 7 a— 9 7 7 a & c 

of London, 4/7 c— 11 / 7 akc 

of Manchester, 19 ^ 7 a 

West of England and South Wales District, 

23/7 a 
Riding Union Banking Company, 13 f 

10 a 

Western Bank of Scotland, 30 m 5 a 

Wau and Dorset, %j 7 6—8/7 a 

Wolverhampton and Staffordshire, 22j 7 6 

York Union, 8 /•7 a 

BAKEBYPreiES .— 

Abbott, John, 17/96 

Acland, John Woodhouse, 3 m 8 6 

Adams, W., 14 m 7/ 

Altree, George, 21 fJi/ 

Anderson, Wm. Gibson, 14/8 c 

Andrew, S., 21 m 8 </ 

-^— Armstrong, Charles, 6/86 

Arthur, J., 17/9 6 

Asher, John, 14/8 c 

Aspinall, George, 7 /* 8 c 

Atkeo,W.. 17/9 6 

Attwood, Richard, 21 in 9 cT 

Austin, John, 17 m 8 c 

Balfour, J., 24 m 13/ 

Balkin, James, 27 / 8 a 

Baker, Henry, 17 /*9 6 

/ John, 10j8fc 

' Harden. T.. 21 f 5 f 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmkr's index to •• tiir xiMiis" nkwspapkr. 



Ban 



Bankraptdes (conttnued). 

Barker, Win., 1 7 / 8 A 

Bamftrdo, B., 14 in 7/ 

Barrie, R., 17/9 6 

Barty. D., 14/8 e 

Baxter, P., 21 / 6 / 

Baylis, Wm. Thoi., 81 m 8 c 

Bean, E., 6 i 8 6 

Beaumont, George, 2lmS d 

M., SfSh 

B€ll,PhiUp, 6i8& 

Benham, J. jun., 14/8 « 

Bentley, G. H. A., 17 m 8/ 

Bethanoy, Wm., 17i 8 6 

Betti«on, Wm., \OjSb 



BeviU, Cha»., Slj 8 * 

Bird, B., 14 m If 

Blackburn, C, 28 m 8 a 

Bond, A. E., 13; 8 a 

Bonkam, John, 7/8 c 

Borland, J. W. and R., 21 m 8 </ 

^ Borras, Thomas, 17^8 6 

Bradford, Wm., 24 m 13/ 

Brand, J., 20> 8 * 

Bretlin, E. W. W. jun., 24 ; 8 c 

Brewer, Richard, 31^86 

BrimtOB, A., 14 m 7 /* 

Britnor, John, 8 ; 8 c 

Brown, Alexander, 8 m 8 6 

G. jun,, 3 m 8 6 

Goodman, 8^8 6 

H., 10/86 

J.. 20 ; 8 6 

W. Mark, 3/8 h 

Brownlie, W., 17 / 9 6 

Brunjet, Martin, 13 / 6 a 

Buchanan, Charlei E., 10 m 8 c 

Bunbuiy, M., 27 ; 8 c 

Burghope, H. W., 31 m 8 c 

BurkiU. A. H., 21 / 5/ 

— Bumside, G. H., 14 m 7/ 

Burr, Frank, 31 m 8 c 

BnUer, Arthur Montague, 20y 8 6 

Butt, Alfred Bamef , 3 m 8 6 

Cameron, J. C, 31 m 8 c 

Campbell, L., 24 m \Zf 

Cardui, J., 17/9 h 

Carr, A., 28 m 8 6 

Carmthert, Jamea Edward, 21 m 8 rf 

Catchpole, J. G., 31 m 8 c 

Cavaf J, George Peter, 1 f^c 

Champ, W^ 14 /•8 c 

Charlton and Chariton, 24 m 13/ 

E., 10 w 8 c 

Childs, T., 13 ; 6 • 

Clifford and Rogerson, 13 / 6 a 

Coales, Henry, 3^ 8 c 

Cockcroft, OUrer, 24/8 h 

Coldham, J., 28 m 8 d 

Cole, J., 3; 8c 

Comyn, G. Edward, 17y 9 6 

Cordwell, Daniel, 28 i 8 fc 

CorMT, G., 17>8 6 

Cottam, John, 28/8 d 

Coorland, 3., 28m 8 b 

Cowper,J,, 17m8jr 

Ctvot, Henrr, 13/6 a 



Bankruptcies (iontimvtd). 

(Jrowhurst, John, 31^86 

Curran. James, 21 m 8 d 

Dal yell, Robert, H» »<i 8 c 

Dash wood, Capt. Charles H., 13 j 6 a 

Fred., 17./ 8 6 



Davidson, R..20y 8 b 



Dawbarn, C. P., 24/8 h 

Dean, Lewis John Massey, 3 m 8 6 

Debman, H. M., 28 m 8 6 

Denton. Geo., IO7 8 6 

Derbyshire, John, 3^8* 

Dickie, H. W., 7/8 c 

Dickson, Richard, 10 / 8 6 

Doak, J., 3/8 6 

Dowse, Wm. Thomas, 28 m 8 A 

Downs, Isabella Danks, 10/8 b 

Dromtra. F. W. C, 21 /*«/ 

Dryden, G., 14 / 8 c 

W., 31 i 8 c 

Duff or W. Sween. Mrs. J., 17 m 8/ 

Duncan, H., 7 m 8 </ 

Dunn, H, 20^85 

Dyer, W. W.,3y8 6 

East, Edward, 1 m 8 e 

Ebsworth, G. H., 10/8 h 

Edenborough, M., 17/9 6 

Eliott, Z,,l t%c 

Ellis, John, 31 j 8 c 

Klphick, A. W., «i 8 6 

Emery, Robt., 24> 8 c 

Ewing, G. E., 17 m 8/ 

Falkenstain, F., 17/9 h 

Ferguson and Ferguson, 24 m 13/ 

Fomacon and Phillips, Z\jZh 

Foster, Joseph Pershouse, IS j 6 a 

Fothergill, Benj., 8> 8 6 

Eraser, A., 8^ 8 6— 27i 8 a 

R., 28 m 8 6 



Freeman, Henry Wm., 7 m 8 6 
Fyfe, J. P., 24 y 8 c 
GaUacher, J., 31 ; 8 c 
Gillies. Robert, 3 m 8 6 
Glennie, T., 3 m 8 6 
Goppin and Knights, 3 m 8 6 
Gooch, Robert S., 24 m 13/ 
Gordon, R. K^ 17^ 9 b 
Gould, Edw. John, 3/8 6 
Grant, A., 14/8 a 

— Alex., 10/ 8 h 

— J., 3/8 6— 24 11113/ 
Green well, Richard, 31 m 8 c 
Grinlett, John, 14 m 7 /* 
Gudgeon, Oswald, liml f 
Hacking, John, 14 ; 8 c 
Hadley, John, sen., 24 j 8 o 
Hall, Mary, 8 / 8 c 

Hand, Henry, 20 j 8 b 
Hands, T. W., 14 m If 
Harris, John, 10 / 8 6 
Harrison, E., 21/6y 
Richard Thos., 17y 9 b 






Hartt,H., 3/8 6 

Haws, JoYvn, 11 j ^ c 

Heard, 3oYmB..,^\i^c 



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CrAUTK.K 8 TNDSX T» *' TrtJB TIUK8 NEWSPAPKU. 



[Jan. 1 to 



BHnkrupt^ies (»in,tiu\ie.d), 

— Ui'.sur. \V. U.. 10/8 b 

• lleWMoii H!)d Holdcrneas, 14 m If 

Hij^lop. .1. \V.. 14 /8 c 

Hoil;i>on, Thos.. 24 / 8 6 

lloldsworth, Chas. Edw. Hall, 3 m 8 6 

Huliidi^e and Smaliridge, 16 j a 

Hollywood, Thos., 24 ; 8 c 

lloliiiea. J., 3 ji 8 c 

Hornvik, Fred.. 3 j 8 6 

Howard. David. 24 .? 8 c 

Hudspeth, J.. 10 in 8 e 

Hughes W. J.. 27 ; 8 c 

Hunter, J.. -ijSc 

R., ol /« 8 c 

Jackson, I^linund, 3 m 8 6 

James, Haw, 17^86 

Jamieson. J.. 14/8 c 

Jardine. J., 27 ; 8 a 

Jenkins, A.. 24 w 13/ 

Edmund Cope, 31 /« 8 c 

Henry, 17 ? 8 6 



Jenkinson, J. N.. 3 j 8 r 
Jennings, Geo., 10^ 8 6 

— Jesse, 31^" 8 c 
Johnson, Isaac, 10 m 8 c 

— Samuel Butler, 9j6b 
Jones, Darid, 24 y 8 ^ 

— R. M., 10 j 8 k 

— Thoi., 3/86 
Josephs, Joseph, 27 mB f 
Kaye, Wilson, 13 ; 6 a 
Keith, A., 13 ; 6 a 

Kennedy and Kennedy, 10/8 c 

— H. Lorraine, 31 m 8 c 



Key, John, 21 /B /-24/S k 

Kidd, T., 2AfHb 

KUbrige, D., 28/8 rf 

King, Joseph Faviar, 17 m 8 6 

Kinloch, Alfred, 7J$r 

Kitto, Charles Wm., \7j9b 

Knight, James, 14 m 7y 

Lamb. Fred, 81 > 8 c 

Lamont, J., *27 j B a 

Lanack, J. Currie, 17786 

Lane, H. M., 17 j^h 

Langridge, Thomas, 17/9 6 

Laurie, J., 24 m 13 /" 

Lawless, Charles, 17 m 8/ 

Lowie, A., 21 m 8 tf 

Luck, J., 3 ; 8 c 

Lees and Thirad, 10 m 8 e 

Lennard, T. G. B., 6^8 6 

Lewis, Arthur, 31 j 8 c 

Ligertwood, W., 10 m 8 e 

Listen, W., 9>8 6 

Lloyd, Andrew Wallace, 7/ 8 c 

Longley, John, 21 m 8 d 

Lowe, Peter, 2 7 7' 8 a 

— ■- Lowndes, A. S., 10 m 8 c 

Lyon, A., 8 m 8 6 

and Tumbull, 8 ; 8 c 

M'Nie and Baird, Uj9e 

3f 'J^lister, R. and G., 8 m 8 6 



— Jf*A.Joon, T.,28/dii 
Jlf;frjrde,J„l3j6a 



Bankruptcies (rottilnutd), 

MUuaigr. P.. 7 tn H d 

MGreK^r, J., 24/8 A— 10 w 8 c 

M-Keller. A.. 17^8/ 

M'Kensey. Roland. 17 m 8/ 

M'Kenzie. R., 26 m 6 d 

and M*Kenzie, 7 m H d 

M'Kie, J. jun., 81 m 8 *: 

M'Laren, A., 3 m 8 6 

J.. 17 w 8/ 

M-Lav, W., 13^6 a 

M*Lennan, W., 24 / 8 6 

M'Leod, M., 21 w 8 d 

M'Millan, C, 10/8 b 

:- John, 31 m 8 c 

R. J. C, 31 jwSc 

M*Vev, J., 21 /6f 

Major, J. W., 10/86 

Mann or M'Donald, 14/1 c 

Margrie, Fred., 31 ji' 8 c 

Martin, R. J., 14 »n 7y 

Mason, J., 17 m 8 /* 

Matthew, R and W., 7y 8 « 

Maron. Samuel, 24 /*8 6 

Maxted, John, 14 fS c 

Meacham. James, 7/8 « 

Melrille. W., « ; 8 6 

Merchant and Merchant, 3 m 8 <^ 

Miles, Joseph, 17 m 8 c 

MiUar, J. C, 10 m 8 c 

Miller, Agnes, 14i 8 c 

J., 10 w 8 c 

and Waddell, 24; 8 c 

Mihie, C, 20 j 8 6 

Mitchell, James 24 m 13/ 

Robert Brightmore, 21/5/ 



Moore, Charles, 10 j 8 6 

H., 8i8c 

Mordle, Wm., 7/'8c 

Morrison, W., 24 /8 6 

MulUn, J., 8 / 8 6 

Munro, T., 14/8 c 

Needham, Joseph, 8 m 8 6 

Newman, Edwin jun., 19/9 i 

O. H., 24/8 6 

NichoUs, C, 3/8 6 

Nish, A., 10 r 8 6 



Norman, Francis Henry, 3 m 8 6 

Nugent, L. J., 14 m 7|/ 

Gates, W., 14 m 7/ 

O'Connell and O'ConneU, 14/8 c 

Gddy, T., 24 m 13 e 

Oliphant, J., 17/9 6 

OUver,J. S., 27j8« 

G'Neil, J. T., 7/*8c 

Padgett, John, 27 i 8 « 

Padleys, George, 14/8 c 

Page and Morton, 17 fSb 

Parnell, Wm., 18 ; 6 a 

Partick, T. Dunlop, 27; 8 c 

Peat, J., 17 m 8/ 

PeUow, Richard Ball, 21/5/ 

Philp, M. 8 m 8 6—14 m 7/ 

Pilson, James, 13i 6 a 

Pitkethly, R. Shaw, 31 j 8 6 

Pooley, W. A., \K f^ t 

Porrit, D. U. •.nd .3 . \uw., "iQ m ^ >» 



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Bankruptcies {rontinued). • 

Pounde, John. 7 f'S c 

Proctor, ElisliA, 1 7 /« 8 /" 

Henry, 28 / 8 </ 

Ranway, J. W, 24 /"S 6 

Randall, G., 31 ; 8 c 

Beid and Scott, S mSb 

Renner. Ralph, 21 w 8 rf 

Renie, R., 31i8c 

Riddall, C. E., 10 fS 6 

Ride, J., 8 ; 8 e 

Ridge. Cecil 3 m 8 6 

Ritchie, W., 10 7 8 6 

Robinson, J., 31 fii 8 c 

Robaon, Albert, 17/9 A 

Roddick, J. sen.. 28/8 (/ 

Roper, J. H., 6 ; 8 A 

Joseph, Ufiic 

Rose. Thomas, 17 m 8 /* 

Ross, G., 7 m 8 </ 

George Clark, 17 ; 8 ^ 

Bowen Charles D., 20y 8 6 

Rule, J., 7m 8 rf 

Samuel, Henry, 14/8 « 

Saunders. Henry, 31 m 8 c 

Savage, Edw. Bodman. 10/8 6 

Sawyer, Edward, 26 m S b 

Scott. R.. 10/6 b 

T., 27y8a 

W.,24j 8 c 

and Scott. 28 m 8 </ 

Sharp. A., 27 ; 8 a 

Shaw, D., 17/^6 

jSelby.T. nyS// 

Shearing, Thomas, 28/8 rf 

Shirtcliflfe. John jun., 31 j 8 c 

Sime. C, 7 m 6 d 

Simmons. A. M., 6/86 

Skeef, George, 20/8 6 

Skelton, Wm., 10 m 8 c 

Sim. A. and W. M.. 24/8 rf 

Simpson, W.. 14 m 7/ 

Smeeth, Alfred Wm., 6^8 6 

Smethurst, John. 21 m 8 // 

Smith. Herbert J., 24 m 13 / 

1).. 3 m 8 rf 

James. 14 fS e 

John Philiipa. 7/8 c 

R. G.. \OfSb 

S., Hm7 r 

T.c'^rsb 

W.. 3j 8 c— 27 7 8 <; 

— Sobery, Cooper, 10 / 8 6 

Sommervilie, A., 14 j 8 r 

Sothcott, John. 21/5/ 

Stafford, Joseph, 24j 8 c 

Stalhammar, B. Henry, 3/8 6 

Stephenson, Wm. Henry. 17 la 8/ 

SteTens. James. 21 m S d 

Stone, F. W.. 31 jHb 

Straw. Thos., 10 / 8 6 

Street, Wm. C, 24 m 13/ 

Stringer. W., 28/' 84/ 

Suthertand, W. R., 3 m 8 6 

. Swann, John. 31 m 8 c 

. Sydney, John, 10 J 8 h 

T^jrhr, Hearjr, 3/8 b 



Bankruptcies frontinued). 

Taylor. J. H.. 21/5/ 

T. W., 14 /8c 

Tear, J., Mf6c 

Thorn, Robert, 24/8 6 

Thoms, Walter Thos., 28 m 8 </ 

Thomas, D.. 7/8 c 

S., 31 m 8 c 



Thompson. C. B. P.. 27 / 8 « 
Thomson, C, 28/8 rf 
Thornton, Sykes, 10 m 8 c 
Thorpe, Edward Coverley. 21 m 8 rf 
TipUft and Tiptaft, 31 m 8 c 
Tompsett, Henry Benjamin, 31 m 8 c 
Tucker, Joseph. 27 j 8 a 
Vickerstaff, James, 7 mS d 
ViTian, Hon. C, 27 ; 8 « 
Waddell, J. W., 31 in 8 c 
and Wood, 10 m 8 e 



Wallbank, Wm., 17 m 8/— 21 mSd 

Warde, Alec, 18/8 6 

Wame, Wm. Henry, 17/96 

Washington, Geo.. 17 m 8/ 

Wathew, R., 24 7 8 c 

Watson. H. S., 31 i 8 c 

Louis, 3/* 8 6 

Watt. J., 24 f 8 e 

Watts, Walter John. MfSc 

Webley, R. jun.. 27 / 8 a 

Whiteley, J.. 24/*8/> 

Whittaker, J., 24 /"S 6 

Whyte. W., 31j8c 

Wigg. Edw. James, 1 3 / 6 a 

Wigglesworth, Wm. John, 31 / 8 c 

Wilcockson, T. J., 14 m 7/ 

Wilcox. George, 27 / 8 o 

Williams, Alfred, 6/8 6 

L., 3 / 8 c 

Williamson, J.. 17/ 8 6 

Wilson, T., 28 m 8 6 

Winteringham, Henry, 21 m 8 ^ 

Wise, W. jun., 24 j 8 c 

Witchell, Geo., 17/96 

Wood, Charles, 24 j 8 c 

G., 3y8c 

John, 31 m 8 c 

Samuel, 17/ 9 6 

Wright, Edward, 7 m 8 rf 

J., 10 m 8 c— 81 m 8 fi 

W. W., 14 m 7/ 

Wyatt, Louis. 28 m 8 6 

Young and Young. 21 w S d 



BANKRUPT0IE8 ANNTJLLEB :— 

Baker, William, 28 m 8 6. 

Beer, Abel Levi. 20 / 8 6 

Blackburn, George, 24 m 13 s 

Chalwin. George Henry, 24 m 13 s 

Chambers, C, 28/8 d 

Cheverst, H., 6/86 

Crew, Fred., 7/8 c 

Davies, Daniel Thomas, 10 m 8 c 

Day, John jun.. 87 1 8 a 

- — Deypus, Augusta, 27 / 8 a 

Foster, 3o«ftp\v'?«i^wa*^^\^ m^ t 

HsW, lUcYiiLT^ %a.m\»\ 1 J^ ^ 





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FALMBB's index to " THE TIMES " KEWSrArFR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



fankruptcies (continueilj, 

Honour and Osney, 24/8 A 

- — - Hooper, Howard .Jost>ph, 17/86 
• Hunter. John Edmund, 7 m 8 </ 

King. James, 21/6/ 

Maillis, Emanuel Antonio, 3/8 6 

NonraC James, '6 m S b 

Faton, Walter, 28 m 8 c 

PochiD, George. 14 /8c 

Podgett, John. 1 7 m 8 /* 

Prinn, George, 14 w 7/ 

Pryce, Elijah, 28 m 8 c 

Seabrook, Henry Pledger, »/8 6 

Sharpe, John, 81/8 6 

Sidwell, John Simkin, 2t m 8 c 

Standring, Samuel, 7y 8 c 

Stow, Darid Wm., 28 m 8 6 

Styles, James, 7/8 « 

Thompson, Thomas Robsom, 2%j % h 

Titterton, Arthur, 21/ oj 

Thomas, Edward, 7 m 8 df 

Toulmin. Alfred Harper, 8 m 8 6 

Tudor, Wm. Rapp, 3 / 8 6 

Urwin. Wm. Rodger, 14 / 8 c 

Ward. Joseph Wra., 10/8 6 

Welch (otherwise Mercer) Harriet Gilb#»y, 

81 m 8e 

White. E. G. 20 J 8 6 

Wimble, Edward, 24/8/ 

Wrijiht. A. D., 3»8c 

BANKRUPTCY COUaT :— 

Public Examinations, 3^ 8 r— 6 / 8 6—11 / 

8 h—\Sj 6 a— 17; 8 6—20 ; 8 6-24 / 8 c -27 
j 8 a— 31 J 8 c— 3/8 6—7 fS c- 10 / 8 6—14 
fS c— 17 /"S 6— 21/S/— 24 /*« 6—28/8 d— 
'3 m 8 6— 7 m 8 d— 10 -ii 8 c— 14 wi 7/— 17 m 8 
/— 21 m 8 d— 24 m 13 /*— 28 m 8 6—31 m 8 e 

Baines, Wm., I flld 

Baum, John, 2/11 c— 22/ 10/— 28/ 11 6 

—30 m^ b 

Baylis, Charles, 27 / 11 6 

Blakemore and Blakemore, 15/11 6 

Bloomer, Caleb, 13 / 11 c 

BomvUle, Ede, 14 /• 11 «-22 /* 10 /" 

Brand. H. W., 8/ll a-10/11 d 

r< Britnor — ex parte Royle, 27 m 10 d 

re Buckingham— ex parte Pattinson, IS m 

10 e 

Chadwick. Bro8.& Co.. 18^ 11 (/— 19/10/ 

Claxton, J. D., 10/11 d 

Clews, Habicht, k Co., 8/ 11 « 

Cohen, L. A.. 18 /lid 

Coleman, John, 24 i 1 1 rf— 2$ / 1 1 6 

Collins, Edwin, 5 /ll c 

Cooke, JohB E., 18; 11 <£— 29 m 11 c 

Cotton, F. L., 17 i 11 c 

Dallas, W. H.. 24> 11 </ 

Dayies, J. P. L., 9 / 11 a 

Da vies and Troughton, 21 m 11 d 

Dearden, R. H., 13/11/ 

Duncan. Thomas, 23/11 c 

Emanuel. J. H., 12; 10 « 

Fitzgerald, Sir C. J. J.. 1$; 11 € 

Ford, Lt. Col. J. E., 17i 1 1 r 

€?i/Aej-C T, r., 19 J 1 1 <f— 23/ 1 1 c 

HMrris, B. mnUL., 18 j U d 

Mad Son, 2'J m 11 



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Bankruptcy Court (continued). 

Hart, Lemon and David, 5/1 1 c 

Hay, H. H., 29 m 11 c 

Hi|;{?8, Benjnmin, 8 m 10 € 

Killby. W. A.. 13 m 12 a 

King J. R.. 12/*ll c 

Kitlfy. Alfred, 3 m 11 c 

Kitto, C. W., 1 m 11 d-8 m 10/ 

Laicaster, W. M., 30; 11 d 

Lawton and Head, 12/11 e 

Laxton, Richard, 12/10 <— 2 mile 

Lennard, T. G. B., 23/ 11 c 

Link, R. C, 21 m 11 c 

Maidstone, Viscount, 22; 11 c— 26/11 6 

Maunder, John, 8/11 c 

Niblett, W. T., 17 m 13 6 

Nodskow, A., 26 m 11 c 

Oakley, R. B., 25 ; 11 d 

Olisan, D. H., 8/11 « 

Oliver and Hurst, 6; 11 6 

Packer, Samuel Gilbert, 15 /" 9/ 

Partridge, Fred. J., 15/11 c/— 10 in 11 c 

Pulsford, Son A Co., 8 m 10 /* 

Richardson and Sons, 26 m 11 e 

Rudeforth, T. J., 12; 10 e 

Sandys, Frederick, 20; 11 c 

Scott, Walter, 19; 11 « 

Sheridan, H. B. jun., 14 wi 11 d 

Sills, Wm., 13 i 11 c 

Stanton, George, 4/11 e 

Svmons, Bros., 8; 11 6 

Vivian, Hon. C. H., 7/116 

Woolf, S. and B., 17 / 11 r 

Bankruptcy New Act, Notes about, 24 m 13 6 — 

28 m 10 a 
Banstead Common Encroachments, 10/ 10 « 
Downs Asylum, Public Inspection of, 26 m 

11 f 
Barbadoes, New Goremor, 15; 10 6 

State of Affairs in, 23; 7/ 

Barff (Professor) on the Preservation of Iron, 6 

m4 d 
Barker (Rev. J. II.) on the Thames Floods, 3 / 

llf 
Bamaby (Nath.) on the Declaration of Paris, 5 

jSd 
Barrett (Professor) on Sound and Light, 2 j 5 e 
Barristers* Benevolent Association, Annual 

Meeting, H f 5 e 
Barrow to Dublin. New Service. 12/5 /' 
Barry (Chas.) on Commissions, 16 / 12 a—Sj II e 

(E. M.) on Commissions, 5 j \0 e 

on Hyde Park Comer. 14 /* 11 /* 

Bartlett (Dr. H. C.) on the Cariisl* Place 

Orphanage, 22; 12 6 

on Infant Mortality, aOj 11 f 

Battle of Navarino. Notes about, 1 ; 1 /^16; 4 « 
Baxter (W. E.) Address at Forfar, 20 / 10 c 
Bayreutn Performances, 31 / 10 c 
Bazalgotte (C. N«rman) on the Overflow of tlie 

Thames, 13; 7 a 

Hydro- Dynamic Puzzle, 9; 11 s 

(J. W.) Overflow of Thames, 8; 10/ 

BeacoRsfield (Earl of) Addresses to, 2 /'9 / 
Address of the Factory Operatives on his 

Elevation to the Peescige, 7 m 12 a 
Dinner at \us OflU^ EftiV^^c^ *I^ m ^ f 



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Beaconsfield (Earl of) to the Prince of Wales, &c., 

22 TO 9/ 

in the House of Peers, 19/9/ 

Health of. 28/9/ 

Note on his Speech on the Atrocities, 26 f 

10 </ 

Reported Visit to Pari«. H / -^ *> 



Beauchamp (Lord^ ou Thriii and Penny Banks, 

6/6 6 
Bear Story, 13 / 1> / 
Beck ( Rev. E. J.^m the Floods in South London, 

6> 10/- 
Becker (Ly<!ia K.) on the Election of Church- 
warden «. ;u m hf 
Beckett (Edmund; on Commissions, Sj S 6—8 

>11 «— II776— I9i 11 f—'6f\2b—%f7t 
Beecher ( Rev. Ward) Sale ef Pews, Very Reduced 

Rates. 22 ; 5 e 
Beer and Wine Trade Conference at Sheffield. 3 

/ 10</ 

Return of the ronj»unm*;on of, 20 m 4 « 

Beethoven, Sale of the Grand Piano of, 31 m 6 /* 

Beke (Mrs.) on Abyss'nia, 16/9 /' 

Belgrade Credit Anstalt to Unite with an English 

Banking House, 26 ; 5 </ 
Belgium, New Loan, 21 /S c 
Aati-Ministerial Demoiutration in Brux- 

eUes. hfif 
Bribery in Elections, Bill to Prevent, 17 

Demonstration at Mons, 26 /* 6 6 

Hostile to the Ministry at Brussels, 8 

m be 

Against the Electoral Bill in the Theatre, 

ZOjoe—Zfbe 

Electoral Reform Bill Passed, 24 m 7 « 

Liberal Demonstration at Antwerp, 7 /5 e 
*• Song of the Beggars," Sung at Ghent, 12 



/5«— I3/6e 
Bell (A. Giiiham) Lecture on the Telephone, 28 

/0 6 
(Rev. T.) and the Livesey Church, 8 / 10 / 

—2Zj 6 a 

No Sympathizer with Mr. Tooth, 13 ; 10 6 

Benett- Stanford (^V. F.)on Shakespeare's Richard 

III. and his An^ojrraph, 7/S / 
Benevolent Society (Jt ^t. Paiiick, Anniversary 

Festival, 11» m 6 a 
Bennett (John) on George Odger, 7 ml f 
Berkeley (Graniley) on Mad Dogs, 2j 10 c— 5 j 

11 e 
Berlin Gorilla, 20; 10 rf 
Bernard (lion. Mountague) on the Public 

Worship Act, 3 / 10 d 
Bethnal Green Museum, AM. Cotton's Pictures 

to be Withdrawn, 8 m 6 c 
Better Late than Never — Sandwich Islanders in 

New Zealand, 14 / 4 e 
Bcvnn (C. Phillips) on French and English 

Manufactures, 29 m 4/ 
Bible, Meetmg of the Scottish Presbytery to 

Consider tlie Article on, as Inserted in the 

" Ency. Brit.," 8 m 8 rf 
New Translation, Meeting of the Old Tes- 

Ument Revisors, 30> S e—26 m9 f 

Meeting of New Testament l?evisor8. 24 

J 11 e--28y'6d 



Birch (Peregrine) on the Action of Tidal Water,. 

15/7/ 
Bircham & Co., on the Alexandria Harbour, 2/ 

76 
Birds, Geological History of , 3 m 6 / 
Birdwood (Dr.; on the Native Indian Press, 17 

m 12 6 
Birkenhead Working Men's Liberal Association 

and Mr. Gladstone. 2 / y /* 
Birmingham, Catholic Re- Union Meeting at, 2i>> 

;7/ 

Proposed Aquarium in, 15 .9 4 / 

Hospital Sunday in, 5 w 8 « 

Musical Festival, 1 m 4 c 

and Midland Institute, Annus! Meeting, lO 

.7 lOrf 

BIETHS:— In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete AlplMibetical List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as :tl.>o of all British Subject* bora 
abro«d. whiih 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 Timtx, 

Bischof (Profc8i$or) Water and Epidemics, 30 j 
4o 

Bishopric of Melanesia, 12/ 5 d—2\ flOf 

of Truro, Royal Order of Appointment, 17 

j 8 a — i> J'6 e 

Consecration, 15/6/ 

Notice about, 13 m 4 6 



Black or White— Ritualistic Observances, 30 } 
lie 

Book, or Register of Habitual Criminals 

from lclG9 to 1876, 7 »i 8 « 

Rod. Office of, Appointment to, 16 m 10 a 

Official Paper on, 19 m 6 f 

Blackley (Alex.) UndesiraUle Surprises — Bullets 
Through Windows. 1 1> j 1) e 

Blanc (lx>ui8) Speetli on I'auperism, 26 jh 5/ 

Blind, lioval Normal College, Concert in Aid uf,. 
20 w 4/ 

Bloxson (Wm. Gibson) on Commissions to Life 
Insurance i gents, l\ f 1 b 

Blue-Light Baths, an Eiisy Remedy for Rheu- 
matism. 20 /'5 e 

Board of Trade, sef Tu-\dk 

Boarding-Out of Piiu[K'r Cliildren, 7 /'8 a 

Bokhara, Sir T. D. Forsyih's Paper on, 6 m \j 

Bolckow, Vaughan & Co., Limited, 16 / 10 e 

Bolton (Rev. W. J.) Lay Martyr's Memorial. 2(>- 

Boodle (H. T.) on Open Spaces. 26 / 7 fr 

Books ; —Diary of Signor d'Alberti, of his Ex- 
ploration in Now Liuinea, 17 /w 5 c 

Encvclopaedia Britannica and the Article 

"Bible" in, 8iw8rf 

Muzade's Nlu' Work--**Le Comte de Ca- 

vour," 10 m 5 d 

Price Sale List of the Library of M. Jules 

Janin, G m 1) / 

Russian Literature, 1 f K f 

Sale of the Firmin Didote Collection in 

Preparation, \^'> \\\ V^ d 

the Van Xear, '2. \ W d ^^ _ .. 
T/.c Timc^i CoVuum ol ^'i^ *kv^^^^ ^^^"■ 



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VALMSR 8 INDEX T« *' THE TIUEg ' NEWSfAPES. 



[Jau. 1 te 



tioM, 1 j 12 d— 2 J 12 c— 3 j 12 (/— 4i 12 A— 5 

J 12 f— 6 J 12 d—S i 12 </— 9 i 11 /*— 10 ; 11 /* 

—11 ; 12 d—U j 12 c— 13> 12 e— 16j 12 d— 

lt)> i2 </ & e— 17 ; 1 1 /~18 / 12 «— 19j 12 y— 

20 > 12 c & d—22 j 12 d— 28 ; 12 6 & c— 24 j 
12 d— 2o> 12 c & d—^iyj 12 e &/— 27j 12 c^— 
2y ;■ 12 d—SO j \2c & d—3l j 12 c—l f 12 
c— 2 / 12 c— 3 / 12 </— 5 / 12 6—6/ 12 c~7 / 
12 c~8 /12 c— 9 /12 «— 10 /12 a & 6—12 / 
12 r— 13 /12 <;— 14 /I2 (/— 15/12 6 & c— 16 

/ 12 c— 1*7/ 12c/&«— 19/ 12 6— 20 /12 c— 

21 / 12 e— 22 /• 12 c— 28/ 12 6 & c— 24y 12 d 
—26 /• 12 6 & /— 27 / 12 </— 28 / 12 e— 1 m 12 
i/— 2*w VI c— 3 wi 12 d— 6 m 12 6—6 wi 12 </ & 
r—l m 12 c- 8 m 12 c & (^—9 w 12 rf— 12 w 12 
c& </— l3/n 127— 14 w I2d— 16 m 12c-16m 
12 c— 17 m 14 c— 19 m 12 c— 20 »n 12 c & c^- 
21 m 12 c— 22 m 12 c— 23 m 12 c— 24 m 14 «— 
26 m 12 r— 27 m 12 </— 28 m 12 c & d— 29 m 12 
6— 30 w 10 6—31 '« 11 6 

liuoks. Trade in Germany, Statistics of, 26/4/ 

Wurks uf Imaginatiun in Preparation^ 7 m 

10 6 

set alio Reviews 

Booksellers* Provident Institution, Annual Meet- 
ing. 12 m 6 / 

Border Line of Insanity, 28 m 7 d 

** Born in March/' a Poem by the Poet Laureate, 
2)bd 

Borthwick (Lord) on Pnssenjrers and Goods 
Tratiic. 27 ./ 4 / 

Bosanquet (Charles) on the Chanty Organiza- 
tion Society, 24 m 6 /' 

Bosnia — the Austrian Forces ou the Borders oi, 
o in 5 c 

Defeat of the Turks by the Insurgents, 20 

m 5 e 

Fighting in, 5 m 5 c — 12 mod 

- — Insurrection in, 19 m 6/ 

Levy of Money and Men on, S m 5 d 

Murders and Outrages in, 12 w 5 d — 15 m 



5d 



Brackenbury (Lt. CoL) Lecture on Instruction 

in Tactics, 26 /lOc 
Bradford (Lord) on the Queen's Plates, 5 m 8 (1 
Bradlangh (C.) on Coal Mining, 26 ; 6 c 
Bradley TKev. R. H. A.) on Open Spaces, 30 ; 

46 
Bramhall-Hall, Sale of, for Building Purpose^ 

25i5e 
Brainwell (— ) on Future of Steel, 12 w 4 « 
Brandy, Return of Shipments of, 25^ 6 6 
Brazil: — Budget, 7 w 10 a 

Letters on the Finance of, 8 w 6 a 

Miscellaneous News, 2/6 /*— 9/5 d — l$y 

6e— n/Sc- 19 w6« 
Movements of the Emperor ami £m press, 

6/5 (/— 8 J 6 6—19 / 5 «— 22 ; 5 /— 27 j 5 c- 

29> 5 «— 80 j 6 «— 12 / 5 «— 14/5 6—21 / 5 r 
Ascends Mount Ftna, 23 ^ 5 c 



56 

Oppressive Proceedings of Turks in, 12 m 
I 

Rivers of, being Bridged by the Turks, 8 m 
5 a 

and Servia, 13 /« 5 tl — 1 1 ml a 

Sketch of Col. De«potovich, the Insurgent 

Chief, Vd mod 

State of, 6 w 5 e — 19 /« 5 e 

Turk »h Preparations for Defending, 10 m 

5 c — 12 m 5 d 
Bouroemouth — Opening of the Shaftesbury 
Cofifee Rooms by Lord Cairns, 16; 10 e 

Church of England Missionary Society, the 






Lord Chancellor at, 23 7 6 c 
Bouvcrie (lit. Hon. P.) on Westminster Hos- 
pital, 22 w 10 c 
Kowver (Sip George) on the English Church 

Union. 19 j K^ e 
B ty Worshippers of Mammon, 8./"0/ 
J-iDves (H. (\) on Commissions 10 7 6/ 
Boyton (Capt.) Crosses the Straits of Messina, 
*2\ til 5 / 

Si^/mmi'ng- Down the Tiber, 22 ; 5 f 

''* ^!;f ^'^^ ^<>/i/^; OruL'vra ' Company 's JJon&tion 



Opening of the Legislative Council by a 

Speech of the Princess Isabella Regent, 3^o e 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 26 m 6 c 

Bressa Prize, 31 ^ 5 « 

Bribes to Government Officers Sent to the Poor^s 
Box, 24 m 5 e 

Briggs, Son & Co., Limited, Dividend, 8/7/ 

Bright (Jacob) at the Marsden Liberal Club, 15 

at the Manchester Liberal Association, 2 

f^d 



(John) Speech of. on Temperance, at Ro<jh- 
(]jile Wtirkniairs CUub, 3 / 6 a 
Brijrhton Aquarium, 9/ li d — 10/ 7 d 

J<»fil C«>in|) my. Mwting. 9 d li d 

limuj-iirauoii of the New School of Scienctj 

niid Art nt. by the Pnncess Louise, 3 f*J/ 
Perils of, io m ii d 



Bristol, Proposed New Bishopric for, Meeting 
about. 1 1 J 6 6 

Bristol, University College, Appointments, 15 / 
10 6 

and South Wales Railway Waggon Com- 
pany, 13/* 10 c 

and West of England Society for Women's 

Suffrage, Meeting, 12 m 6 6 

British American Land Com|>any, 26 m 7 e — 29 
m7 d 

Columbia Advised to Accept Money In- 
demnity for Railway Extension. 26 / 6 6 

and Confiscation of Englishmen's Pro- 
perty in, 24 ;■ 6/ 

Disturbances in, 2/5/ 

and the Pacific liailway, 5 w 5/— 29 m 5 e 

Copyright Abroad, 12; 4 a 

in America, 8^12 6 

Horological Institute, 26 ; 10 6—17 w 7 /' 

Lady Burdett-Coutts GranU JC300 for a 



New Building, U j 7 d 

— Land Company, 20/6 c 

— Sugar Refiners and Lord Derby, 6/7 6 

— Workmen and National Prosperity, 11 / 4 € 

— and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, 
18 j 7 a 

Sailors* Society, Civic Gifts to, 18^ 9/ 



Broadmoor Lui.atic Asylum, 2S fo c 
Brokers, List of Sworn, in the City of Ix>ndon, 
9 j 12 a 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmkr*8 imdkx to ** tub times" nkwspapbu. 



Cam 



Brash Makers and Prison Labour, 7 fd e 
Brussels. Import of Cattle Prohibited, 80 / 5 « 
Bratal Anachronism — Prize Fightn, 10 /'5 e 
Bryce (Dr. J.) Inaction or Coercion, 20/1)/ 

on Mount Ararat, 20 m 4 / 

Buckland (Frank) on the Anaconda, 5 i» 10 e 

on Art in Hospitals, 80 ; 5 /* 

Buckle/ (N.) on the Land Tenure Bill, 2SmSb 

Mitchelstown Estates, 28 nt 7 e 

Buenos Ajres : -Capture of Lopez Jordan and 

Close of the Campaign, ISjUi h — 17 i 7 a 

Frigoriflque Etherial Beef Ship, 15 fSe 

Frontier Question Settled, 19 w 7 f- 

Miscellaneous Mews. IH / 7 6 

New Small Silver (.'oinajje. 7/C « 

Builders Liabili les — a (^hild Killed by a New 

House Falling Down, 5 / 'J/ 
Building Societies and their Interest — Legal 

Decision, 2S m 10 d 

Note about, 80 in 9 6 

BULOASIA:— 

Atrocities in, 16 m 10 a 

Note about, 22/6 e 

the New South Wales GoTemment Pro- 
test Against, 6/4/ 
Brutal Treatment of the Headman of 

Brankortsi, 7/8 a 

Colonial Sympathy with, 24^ 11/ 

>— Commission to Inquire into the Outrages 

in, 14/5 rf— 21/4 c 
■ Excesses in, by Circassians, 28/10 6— 23 

w 5 c 
Mr. Gladstone's Lessons in Massacres on 

the Conduct of the Turks in, 13 w 6/ 

a Jew to be Governor, 15 ; 6 a 

New Grovemroent in, 1 m 8 a 

Governor, 16 ; 10 c 

Petition from, 18.; 10 b 

to the British Government, 5 m 11 e 

Russia Arranges a Civil Governor and 

Government for, 9 / 5 c 

State of Prisoners from, 23/ 10 6 

Turkish Taxgatherers in, 16 »* 10 6 

Administration in, 7 /" 8 a 



Bulgarian Relief Fund, 13 >« 9/ 

Burglary in ihe City Road of Gold Chnin', 4 / C* f 

at Ennismore Gardens, at Mr. Stirling's, 22 

/U b 

at Pu*ney, 26 m 1 1 « 

Made Easy— an Amateur Experiment, 19 j 

10 d 

Burial, New Act Allowing Silent Burial, 23 m 

11 e 

Burials Bill aad the Wcsleyans, 30 m 8 c 

Burke (Lardner) on Lor J Carnarvon's Draught 
Bill for Effecting a South African Confedera- 
tion, 26/4 d 

Burlington Fine Arts Club and the Rembrandt 
Exhibition, 5m 7 h 

Bumaby (Capt.) News of, in Armenia, 6 m 11 a 

Note about, 9 m o f 

(Evelyn) on the Educational Act 187C, 14 



Burt (Thos.) Address to his Constituents, 26/ 6 

A— 8 / 6 d 
Bury ( iiev. W.) on the Education Act, 3 / 4 « 
Business and Sport — a Pack of Hounds on a 

Railwav, 81 j 6 /* 
Busy Life— *a Day of My Life," by an Old 

Eton Boy, 29 m 6 r 
Butchers BiU in 1778, 8/9 « 
Butter fron Hamburg, 250 Tubs Condemned as 

Made of Rancid Oil, &c., 30/ 7 d 

Jersey, 21 »ii 11 b 

Prize Offered for the Best Method of 

Analysing, 27 j 7 f 
Butterine, Action by the Manufacturers against 

the Gh*ynw Neios, *27 j 6 d 

Lecture by Dr. Mncadam on. 12 wi 4 A 

Butterley Iron Company Reduces the I'rice of 

Iron, Is m 10 e— 30 ntof 
Byzantine Monuments, Note about, 24 m 12 / 

C. 

Cab Mystery, 27/5 rf 

New Hansom, 24/ 6 rf 

Cabinet Councils. 2/9 e— 6/ 9 e— 9/ 9 e -22 ; 9 
/— 24 ; 9 €—30 ; 9 «— 1/9 e— 8 /*9 «— 8 /" 9 e 
—12 f 9 e— 19 /9 e— 26/9 e— 5 m 9 e-10 m 

9 f—l2 m 9 «— 14 w 8 a— 16 m 9 /"— 19 m 9 e— 
22 m 9/— 24 m 12 rf— 28 m 9/— 29 in 9 « 

Cabmen of London, the Directors* Supper to the 

Drivers, 6/ 4 a 
Cabmen's Shelter for Palace Yard, Westminster, 

10 m 5/ 

Caffin (Edw.) on the Services at St. Stephen's, 

Lewisham, 7 / 6 / 
Caffraria, State of a Settler in, 2Sj7e 
Cafifres and Frontier Defence, 21 m 11 a 
Caged Birds, Exhibition of, at the Crystal Palace, 

I9fif 
Cairns (Lord") on Temperance, 16/ 10 « 
Calamities of Authors, 31 in 10 6 
California, 30 i 3 a 

Chinese Immigrants in, IS m H d 

Calvert & Co., on the Cost of Disinfectants, 13 

Cambridge, Concert in the Guildhall, 9 m 10 6 

Mectingr of Liberals at, 31 / ♦; r 

Cjambridge Junior Conservative Club, Annual 

Dinner. 15 ;4 f 

GAMBBinaE UNIVEBlITr:— 

Abbott Scholarship, 7/6/— 17 m 12 </— 19 

m 6 6 

Accounts, 28/6 « 

Adams's Prize, 16 m 8 cf 

Appointments, 16 m 8 </ 

Bell Scholarships, 7/6 /*— 17 m 12 d 

Bumey Prize, 15/6 / 

Chancellor's Medal, 26/ 6/— 24/ 10/ 

Classical Medals, 15/6/ 

Class Lists, 12/ 8 c— 26 ; 6 /— 6 m 6 rf 

Classical Tripos, 23 m 8 c 

Commemoration, Rehearsal of the Music, 9 



Burns, Unveiling of the Working Men's St.'ituc 
to, in Glasgow, 20 / JO c 

Anniveraary, Celebration of, in Kdinbureh 

20 J 10 c ^ 



m 10 a 

— rongrppations 29 / 6 c/— 3 m 8 <<— \^ m % A 

— Decree oi \>r»c\OT oi ^xiva Cwv\«tx^^ ^ 



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PAUiBA 8 INDKX TO " TBB TIMSS NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 irt 



Cunbridge UniTenity (continued). 

D^rees Coofimied, 10 /*& 6—24/ 10/— 26 



/•6 c— 27 m 7/ 
— Demonstrator 



of Anatomy, Increase of 



SaUry to, 24/ 10/ 

— Downing College Elxaminations. 7/5 f 

— Elections, 1 j 9 /"— 1 /6 «— 3 m 8 d 
to Professorships, Report on, 16/8 a 



Endowment of Professors, 2 m 10 e 

'— EngUsh Essay Prize, Award, 20 hi 11c 

Examiiiadous, Sj 10./— 19/6 e 

Examiners, Appointment of, 24/10/ 

HuUean Prize, Sj lOy— 19/6 «— 3 luSd 

Lecturer, 3U> 10 6 

Library Notices, 16 at 8 <f 

Lightfoot Scholarship, 2Sm9j 

List of Candidates Worthy of Honours, 16 

jAa 

Mathematical Tripos, 27i 8 6 

Sketch of the Senior Wrangler, 27 f 8 6 



— Members Prizes, 28 m 9 /* 

— Obsenratoty and the New Railway, 22 / 
10 a 

— Porson Scholarship, 26 / 6 c 

— Scholarships Awarded, 27 w 7/ 
Vacant, 12 / 8 c— 26 ; 6 /—I f 6 «— 30 



M 4 c 

— Seatonian Prize — Subject, \6mS d 

— SmiUi*s Prizes, Awards, 6/6 d 

— Theological Tripos, 8 j 10 /— 28 hi 9/ 

— " the Times "" SchoUrship, 29 w 6 /" 
Under Librarian, Election of a New, 22 / 



10 a 

Winchester Readmg Prizes, 28 m 9/ 

Camel, the Bactrian, a Calf Bom at Sangers*8 

Circus, 9 w 9/ 
Cameron (Commander) on the Trade of Central 

Africa,24>6 6 

(V. L ) en the River Kongo, 26/10 d 

Campbell (Sir G.) on Lord Bei^nsfield and the 

Atrocities, 26 /' 10 d 
' BerUn Memorandum and the Atrocities, 22 

/5 s 

on the Kaiser-i>hind, 5 m 8 6 

at Kirkcaldy. 27 i 12 a 

Canada Company, 26 w 7 «— 29 m 7 d 
CANADA :— 

Annual Finance Statement, 22fBd 

Banquet of the National Club at Toronto 

to the Governor- General, 1 / 8 a 
by the Toronto Club to the Governor- 



General, ly 8 a 

— British ColumbiaProtesUagainst the Pacific 

Railway, 13 / 5 « 

— Budget, 15/5 d 

— Fishery O>mmission. 21 m 5 « 

— and the French Exhibition, SO m S d 

— Mr. Langevin Unseated for Undue Influence 
in his Election, 3 m 5/ 

— New Tariff, 22/5 rf 

— Notes on, 31 m 11 a 

— and Nova Scotia, 17 f5 e— 19/5/ 

— Opening of the Dominion Parliament. 10/5 c 
of the Ottawa Parliament, 23 / 1 1 /' 



- Protectionism in, 28 /« 7 /* 

- Tariff, 19 » 6 h—26 m6c 
Mndt/ie United States, I'J fo f 

IS ' ' 



Canal Exploring Expedition in the Darien, 13 
y 8c 

Population Flooded Out, Appeal for, 30 ; 

10 a 
CANALS:— 

Caveur Company, 13j 6 6 

Delaware and Hudson, 6 m 10 c 

Isuiailich, Inauguration of, 13 m 5 e 

State of Shares, in every day^s paper 

Suez — Accounts. 30 j 3 e 

Mr. Lange*s Defence, 1 /* 1 1 /* 

. Meeting of Shareholders, 10 ; 5 d — 1 1 ; 5 c 

North Sea, 2/7/ 

Transit Returns, 8 i 6 c— 2 fSe 

Surrey, the Towing Path to be Closed at 



Night, 26 i 10 6 

Venlo Muellen, Crefeld and the Rhine, 11 



j 5 c 

Candia — Political Excitement in, 13/5 e 
Canham ( Rev. Henry ) on Art in Hospitals, 2/86 
Canine Instinct, 22 V5 e 
Canterbury (Abp.of) Notices of, 2/9 e—lBjBb 

Diocesan Conference, 27 ; 6 / 

6AFE OF GOOD HOPE :— 

Address to Lord Carnarvon, 31 m 6 € 

Atrocities Committed in the Transvaal, 3 

/•6 a— 15/4/ 
Bill for Government to Purchase the Natal 

Railway, Passed, 9 ; 7 e 

Boundary Dispute, 16 ; 5 e 

Burgers (President) Proposes Himself as 

Dictator for a Time, 30 mSd 
Cape Argms, Libel Case, Verdict, 26 m 6 c— 

31 iii6e 
Lord Carnarvon's Permissive Bill Published 

in, 12/5 e 

Case of Capt. M*Leod, 21 m 9/ 

Christian Ck>nverts Imprisoned in Transvaal, 

16j5« 

Commercial News, S f5f 

Confederation, 12/5 /— 13/10 e— 17/5 d 

—26 /*4 rf— 20 m 6 «— 31 m 5 e 
— Defalcations in the Treasury Department, 

Trial of Van Breda and Sentence, 15 / 6 « 
Miscellaneous News, 29 j 6 e — 3 J 6 a— 27/ 

11 a— 12iii 5/ 

Mission to the Volksraad, 30 m 6 c— 31 mSe 

New Constitution Proposed, 30 m 3 d 

Gold Fields. 29 j 6 e 



— Preparations for the Exhibition, 27 / 5 rf— 
29t5«— 7/5«— 17y 5rf 

Proceedings in the Volksraad, 26 ta 6 c 



Ship News, 1 7 ; 5 /" 

Sir Theoph. Shipstone, at Heidelberg, 20 / 

6/— 27 / 1 1 a— 20 moe 

Slavery in the Transvaal, 16^ 5 « 

Specie Abundant in, 9j 7 e 

Trade in, 31 m 6 « 

Transvaal War, 24 / 6 c— 26 / 7 «— 29 jBe 

—30 ; 6 €—7/5 «— 12/5 «— 13/5/— 19 /^5 

/— 6 Ml 5 /— 14 m 9 c— 20 moe 



Protest AfTHinst the Treatment ol Native 
Children and Women, 27 ; 5 d 

Vulun leers Defeat the Enemy at Magnet 



Heights, 27/5 d—lSf'^f 



vanl UevubWc, \:» / ^ e— U J ^> d— \^ mib j 



/>:• ,' T ^ 



3Iar. 31, 1877.] falmek's index to ^* tiik times'* nkwspapeu. 



Chi 



Cape of Good Hope {continued). 

< see also Natal 

Carlisle, the Members at, 1 1 7 6 e 

Place Orphanage. 18 i 12 6—19 ; 10 6—20 

j 1 1 /•— 22> 12 6—23 i 11 /—2Aj 6 c— 1/5 J 

—23 m 10 c 
Fearful Rate of Mortality in, 26 j 6 «-80j 

11/— 278c— 3/6«— e/ll a— 15/9/ 
Carlyle (Thomas) on Darwinism, 17 ; */— 20 j 

7/ 
Carter (Rev. T. T.) on High Church Party 

Toleration, 20 j 6 f—26j 6 /' 
Cato Street Conspiracy — Death of the Last 

Survivor, 3 J 4/ 
CATTLE:— 

Diseased from Dublin, 26 /* 11 a 

Fairs in the North Forbidden, 24/9/ 

Importation of, 10 m 5 e 

Fh^ue in Altona, 16/ 6 a— 19 ; 7/ 

Berlin Order about, 18 ; 6 «— 20/ 5 d 

Canadian, 28 m 7 e 

in Cheshire, 29/6/ 

Death of the Famous Shorthorn " Tenth 

Duchess of Geneva,** 8/6 a 

Deputation from Hull on the Privy Coun- 



cil Orders, 21 / 12 rf 

Fresh Cases, U/Sc— 19/9« 

Outbreak in Hull, 28/ 6 J 



Local Orders, 16 m 9/ 
in Lincolnshire. 15 m 10 e 
Meeting about, 2 m 6 e 
- at Norwich, 27/8 « 

of the Royal Agricultural Society on 



the Extension of the Disease, 21/12 </— 17 m 
8d 

Meetings about, 21/12 cf— 26 m 6 rf 

New Ferm, from Punch, 7/9 /* 

Notes about, 18/ 12 rf— 20i 7 rf-23/ 5/ 



—1 TO 10 «— 6 m 4 f—m TO 9 a 

Official Notices, 13/6 «— 31 m 7/ 

Outbreak of, at Hamburg, 18/ 12 rf 

Privy Council Orders about, 17/ 8 c — 

19/ 7 A- 24/ 7 c~24/ 8 c— 29/ 5 /"— 1 / 9 « 
—3/7 r— 7/8 c— 10 / 7 6-14 f6 c- 21/5 f 
— 21/12 </— 28/8 rf— 7m 8c.' " ' "'* 

m 8 a 



-21 TO 8 6—28 



Reported Extinct in Breslau, 10 to 6 s 

of the Last Ceatury the Same as this, 

24 to 12/ » 

Reciprocal Treaty, on the Disease, with 

Italy, 6 TO 6 /• 

Re-Appearance of the Foot and Mouth 



Disease, 3/ 6 «-6/ 11 «?— 12/ 4/— 1 f9 e 

State of Trade in, 1 ; 7/— 2 j 7 c^-8/ 7 d 

—4/ 7 6—6/ 7 /•— 6/ 7 c— 8 ; 7 /*- 9/ 7 6—10 

/ 6 c— 11/ 7 6—12 ; 7 f-lSj 6 rf— 15/ 7 /— 

16/ 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 ; 7 6—19 i 7 c— 20/7 6 

—22/ 7 e— 23/ 7 c— 24/ 7 /"— 26 / 6 c— 26/ 7 

c— 27 ; 7 6—29/ 7 rf- 30/ 7 rf— 31 i 7 6—1 / 7 

6—2/7 c-^ /•7/— 6/7 e— 6/7 c-7 / 7 6— 

»/7/— 10y7/— 12/'7rf— 13/1«6— 14/10 

«— 15/7«— 16/10/— 17/1 Irf— 19/7/— 20 

/6d— 22/7/— 23 /"lO /*— 26 /•7 e— 27 /"lOc 

—28/10 c— I TO 10 rf— 2 TO 6 «-5 TO 6 /*- 6 m 

10 6—7 TO 6 *— 9 w tf 6— i(? m 10 6— J2 w 7 d 

— /^>w Ud—li m 10 6—15 m 6 </— 16 m 6 6— 

J^j» 8 4i^l9m 7 (f-'20 tn 10 6^21 m 6/— 22 



m i\ /— 23 m 6 f—2r> m 7 f-'ll m 10 6—28 ?« 

10 /> --^9 wi 7 e—VA) m if 
Cnvemliish College, ('HinbiMjre. Meeting, 23/ 7e 

(Lord F.) at Barrow -on- Furness, 3 /'6 d 

Caxton Celebration, 22/ 9/— 19 /'6/— 23 m 10 « 
Lady Burdett Coutts" Offers ilbo Towards, 

22 m 5 e 

and the Proposed Jubilee of the Printers* 



Pension Corporation, 27 w/ 6 6 
Cecil (Lord Eustice) Health of, 2/ 5/ 
Centenarian — Jean Bourguine. Aged 107, 1 j 4/ 
Sarah Courtney, of Wareham, 16 / 5/ — 24 

; 9/ 



Mrs. Maria Davis, of Longport, 24 / 9 / 

Mary Legg, Aged 119, 16/ 5/ 

Mrs. Martlia M*Fetridge, of Woolwich, 23 

m6d 

Marykins, Aged 170, 16 i 5/ 

Ann Osland, of Swindon, 27/ 9 e 

Lady Smith, of Lowestoft, 5/^6 e— 8/6 / 

Nellie Smith, of Leicester, 9 to 5/ 

John Thorn, of Newbury, 26 to 6/ 

Central America, Miscellaneous News, 13 /*8 c 

Asia, the Russian Geographical Society 

Arrange with M. Minage£f to Digest a Syste- 
matic Account of, 20 TO 5 (/ 

Asia, War News, 12 m 6 a — 19 to 6 6 



Chamber of Agriculture, Meeting, 7/6/— 

7 TO 11 c 

Criminal Court, Opening of, 5j 11 6 

Chaffers (Wm.) on thelYansit of China by Rail, 

29 /5/- 
Chamberlain (Joseph) at Colston Hall, 23 / 6 c 

Reply to Mr. Lowe, 25 9 9/ 

on Education and Dis-Establishment, 

at Leeds, 1 1 / 6 s 
Chapeltown Tombstone Case, see Tombstonb 
Chapels, Royal, Preachers for the Month, 3/ 9 e 
Chaplin (H.) at Louth, 3/6 c 
Charge against a Priest, 6/6/ 
Charing C'ross Hospital, 19 m 9 / 
Ceremony of Re-Opening by the Prince of 

Wales, &c.. 22 TO 8 c 

Royal Present of Game to, 30/ 7 c 

Charitable Funds Report, 28 /"U 6 

Charity Organization Society, Annual Meeting, 

16 tn 10/ 

Note about, 24 to 6/ 

Charley (W. T.) on Title Deeds, 6 / 10 / 
Chatham Dockyard Extension, Attempted Es- 
cape of a Convict from, 6/ 10 « 
Cheap Poultry, 11 i 6/— 12 7 7 rf— 15 ; 6 6 
Checks, Endorsement of, Trouble Occasioned 

by,28/10a— 2TO6a 
Cheltenham, Sir M. Hicks Beach Lays the 

Foundation Stone of a New Church in, 8 7 

10 s 
Chessar (Jane A.) Elementary Needlework, 80 

TO 4 c 
Chester (Rev. Richard) Warning against a 
Man who Palms Himself off as his S>n, 20/ 

Child Killed by a Cock, Actiou for D«XDA5efe:%^^& 

Cbildw (,— ^ «lV. VS^Vfe, ^\ i <^ a 
at RnoUm^Xe^ , ^ J ^ *^ 



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PJLLliBR 8 INDEX TO *"* TIFK TIMSS NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Cambridge University (continued). 

Degrees Confirmed, 10 /*8 6— 24/10/-.26 



/'6 c— 27 w 7/ 
— Demonstrator 



of Anatomy, Increase of 



SaUry to, 24/10/ 

— Downing College Examinations, 7/5 f 

— Elections, 1 j 9 /*— 1 / 6 e— 8 mSd 
to Professorships, Heport on, 16/8 a 



Endowment of Professors, 2 m 10 e 

-^— English Essay Prize, Award, 20 »i He 

Examinations, Sj 10./— 19/6 e 

Examiners, Appointment of, 24/10/ 

Hulsean Prize, 6j lOy— 19/6 e— 3 m 8 d 

Lecturer, 30 > 10 6 

Library Notices, 16 m 8 <f 

^— Lightfoot Scholarship, 2S m9j 

List of Candidates Worthy of Honours, 16 



— Mathematical Tripos, 27i 8 6 

Sketch of the Senior Wrangler, 27 9 8 6 



— Members Prizes, 28 w 9 /" 

— Obsenratoiy and the New Railway, 22 / 
10 a 

— Porson Scholarship, 26y 6 c 

— Scholarships Awarded, 27 wi 7/ 
Vacant, 12 ; 8 c— 26 ; 6 /— 1 f 6 «— 30 



m 4 c 

— Seatonian Prize — Subject, 16 m 8 </ 

— Smith's Prizes, Awards, 6/6 d 

— Theological Tripos, 8 j 10 /— 28 m 9/ 

— " the Tunes " Scholarship, 29 w 6 f 
Under Librarian, Election of a New, 22 / 



10 a 



Winchester Reading Prizes, 28 m 9/ 



Camel, the Bactrian, a Calf Bom at Sangers's 

Circus, 9 m 9 / 
Cameron (Commander) on the Trade of Central 

Africa, 24; 6 6 

(V. L^ on the River Kongo, 26/ 10 d 

Campbell (Sir G.) on Lord Beaconsfield and tke 

Atrocities, 26 / 10 </ 
• Berlin Memorandum and the Atrocities, 22 

/5e 

on the Kaiser-i-hind, 5 m Sb 

at Kirkcaldy, 27 j 12 a 

Canada Company, 26 m 7 e — 29 m 7 d 
CANADA:— 

Annual Finance Statement, 22 fi d 

Banquet of the Nationid Club at Toronto 

to the Governor- General, 1 / 8 a 
by the Toronto Club to the Governor- 

Greneral, IjS a 
British Columbia Protests against the Pacific 

Railway, 18/'5« 

Budget, 15/5 d 

Fishery O}mmission. 21 m 5 e 

and the French Exhibition, 30 m 3 <f 

Mr. Langevin Unseated for Undue Infiuence 



in his Election, 8 m 5/ 

— New Tariff, 22/5 rf 

— Notes on, 31 m 11 a 

— and Nova Scotia, 17 /*5 c— 19/5/ 

— Opening of the Dominion Parliament, 10/5 c 
of the Ottawa Parliament, 23y 11 / 



— J'rotectionJsm in, 28 m 7 f 

- Tari^, 19 m 6 6—26 pm 6 c 
Mndt/ie rnJted States, 12^5/ 



Canal Exploring Expedition in the Darien, 13 

/8 c 
— ^ — Population Flooded Out, Appeal for, 30 ) 

10 a 
CANALS:— 

Caveur Company, 13^ 6 6 

Delaware and Hudson, 6 m 10 c 

Ismailich, Inauguration of, 13 m 5 e 

State of Shares, in tvtry day* 8 paper 

Suez — Accounts. SO i 3 e 

Mr. Lange's Defence, \ f\\ f 

' Meeting of Shareholders, 10 ; 5 d — 1 1 ; 5 c 

North Sea, 2/7/ 

Transit Returns, 3^6 c— 2 /*6 « 

Surrey, the Towing Path to be Closed at 

Night, 26 7 10 b 
Venlo Muellen, Cref eld and the Rhine, 1 1 

j 5 c 
Candia — Political Excitement in, 13/5 e 
Canham (Rev. Henry) on Art in Hospitals, 2/8 6 
Canine Instinct, 22/5 e 
Canterbury ( Abp. of) Notices of, 2 jp' 9 «— 16^ 6 b 

Diocesan Conference, 27 ; hj 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :— 

Address to Lord Carnarvon, 31 m 6 « 

Atrocities Committed in the Transvaal, *4 

/•6 a— 15/4/ 
Bill for Government to Purchase the Natal 

Railway, Passed, 9 ; 7 e 

Boundary Dispute, 16 / 5 e 

Burgers (President) Proposes Himself as 

Dictator for a Time, 30 m 3 </ 

Caie ArguSf Libel Case, Verdict, 26 m 6 c — 



31m 66 

— Lord Caniarvon*s Permissive Bill Published 
in, 12/5 e 

— Case of Capt. M'Leod, 21 m 9/ 

— Christian Clonverts Imprisoned in Transvaal, 
16j5« 

— Commercial News, 3 /*5/ 

— Confederation, 12 /*5 /— 13/10 e— 17/5 d 
—26 fA rf— 20 m 5 €-^1 m5e 

— Defalcations in the Treasury Department, 
Trial of Van Breda and Sentence, 15 / 6 « 

— Miscellaneous News, 29 ^ 6 e--3j 6 a — 27/ 
11 a— 12 m 5/ 

— Mission to the Volksraad, 30 m 6 c— 31 m 6 f 

— New Constitution Proposed, 30 m 3 c^ 
Gold Fields, 29 j 6 e 



Preparations for the Exhibition, 27 ; 5 d^ 

29j5e— 7/5«— 17y 5</ 

Proceedmgs in the Volksraad, 26 m 6 c 

Ship News, 17 j 5 f 

Sir Theoph. Sliipstone, at Heidelberg, 20 f 

6/— 27 f II a— 20m5« 

Slavery in the Transvaal, 16^ 5 « 

Specie Abundant in, 9^ 7 e 

Trade in, 31 m 6 « 

Transvaal War, 24 ; 6 c— 26 ; 7 «— 29 jSe 

—30 ; 6 e— 7/5 e-li2/6 «— 13/5/— 19 /"S 

/— 6 m 5 / — 14 m o e— 20 m oe 

Protest against the Treatment of Native 



Children and Women, 27/ 5 d 

Volunicers Defeat the Enemy at Magnet 



Heights, 27.; 5 rf— 13 /5 /" 

Zulu Altav\i a IJialweTxWi^icAxYv^l'wxA- 



1 vaal Uopub\\c, U> / ft t-U J r> d—Vl m ^ i 



Mar. 31, 1877.] falmer's index to ^* tiik timk8" nkwspapeu. 



Chi 



Cape of Good Hope (^conUnuedJ. 

see also Natal 

Carlisle, the Members at, 1 1 7 6 « 

Place Orphanage. 18 i 12 ^—19 ; 10 6—20 

j 11 r—22j 12 6—23 j 11 /— 24j 6 c— 1/5 J 

—23 m 10 c 
Fearful Rate of Mortality in, 2Gj 6 «-30y 

11 /— 27 8 c— 3 / 6 €—9 f 1 1 a— 16/9/ 
Carlyle (Thomas) on Darwinism, 17 ; if— 20 j 

7/ 
earter (Rev. T. T.) on High Church Party 

Toleration, 20 > 6 /— 26; 6 /* 
Cato Street Conspiracy — Death of the Last 

Surrivor, Sj 4/ 
CATTLE:— 
— — Diseased from Dublin, 26 /* 11 a 

Fairs in the North Forbidden, 24/9/ 

Importation of, 10 m 5 e 

Phigue in Altona, 16; 6 a— 19 ; 7/ 

BerUn Order about, 18 ; 6 «— 20> 6 d 

Canadian, 28 m 7 e 

in Cheshire, 29; 6/ 

Death of the Famous Shorthorn "Tenth 

Duchess of Genera,*' 8 / 6 a 

Deputation from Hull on the Privy Coun- 



cU Orders, 21 / 12 </ 

Fresh Cases, 14 f5 c— 19/9 e 

Outbreak in Hull, 28/ 6y 



Local Orders, 16 m 9y 
in Lincolnshire, 15 m 10 e 
Meeting about, 2 m 6 e 
- at Norwich, 27/8 a 

of the Royal Agricultural Society on 



the Extension of the Disease, 21 / 12 rf— 17 m 

Meetings about, 21/12 <f— 26 m 6 </ 

New F«rm, from Punch, 7/9 /* 

Notes about, 18; 12 rf— 20; 7 rf— 23; 5/ 

— 1 m 10 «— 6 m 4 /"—SO m 9 a 

Official Notices, 18/6 e— 31 m 7 f 

Outbreak of, at Hamburg, 18; 12 rf 

Privy Council Orders about, 17 ; 8 c — 

19; 7 /•— 24; 7 c-24; 8 c— 29; 6 /*— 1 / 9 e 
—3/7 /•— 7/8 c— 10/ 7 e— 14 f5 c- 21/6 f 
—21/12 rf— 28 / 8 (f— 7 m 8 c— 21 m 8 6—28 
m 8 a 

Reported Extinct in Breslau, 10 m 6 « 

of the Last Ceatury the Same as this, 

24 m 12/ i 

Reciprocal Treaty, on the Disease, with 



Italy, 6 m 6 /• 

Re-Appearance of the Foot and Mouth 



Disease, 3 / 6 «-6; 11 «?— 12; 4/— 1 f9 e 

State of Trade in, 1 ; 7/— 2; 7 </— 3; 7 d 

—4; 7 «— 6; 7 /•— 6; 7 c— 8 ; 7 f—9j 7 6—10 

J 6 c— 11; 7 6—12 ; 7 /"-13; 6 rf— 15; 7 /— 
16; 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 ; 7 6—19 i 7 c— 20; 7 6 
—22; 7 e— 23; 7 c— 24; 7 /"— 26 / 6 c— 26; 7 
c— 27 ; 7 6—29; 7 rf- 30; 7 rf— 81 i 7 6—1/7 
6— 2 /•7 c-^ /*7/— 5 /•7 «— 6/7 c-7 / 7 6— 
»/7/— lOy 7/— 12/7rf— 13/1#6— 14/10 
«—16/7«— 16/10/— 17/11 rf— 19/7/— 20 

/6d— 22/7/— 23/10 /*— 26 /•7 e— 27 /"lO e 
—28/10 c—l m 10 rf— 2 m 6 «-6 w 6 /*— 6 m 
10 6—7 w 5 e—9 m 6 b—lO m 10 6—12 m 7 d 

—I8m 12d—14 m 10 6—15 m 6 rf— 16 m 6 6— 

J/oi 8 if— 19m 7 if— 20 tn 10 6--21 m 6/— 22 



m i\ /—US m 6 /*— 20 m 7 /— 27 w 10 6—28 m 

10 /> -'^9 m 7 «— ;U) //I 4/ 
Caveiidijth College, ('ttinbiijljfe. Meeting, 23/ 7 e 

(Lurd F.) at Barrow -on- Furness, 3 /*6 d 

Caxton Celebration, 22; 9./— 19 /'e/— 23 m 10 « 
Lady Burdett Coutts Offers ilOO Towards, 

22 tn 5 e 

and the Proposed Jubilee of the Printers* 



Pension Corporation, 27 m 6 6 
Cecil '.Lord Eustice) Health of, 2; 5/ 
("eiitenanan — .lean Bourguine. Aged 107, 1 ; 4/ 
Sarah Courtney, of Wareham, 16 ; 5y — 24 

;■ 9/ 



Mrs. Maria Davis, of Longport, 24 / 9 / 

Mary I-.ogg. Aged 119, 16; 5 f 

Mrs. Manila M*Fetridge, of Woolwich, 23 

m^d 

Marykins, Aged 170, 16 j 5/ 

Ann Osland, of Swindon, 27; 9 e 

Lady Smith, of Lowestoft, 5 f6 e — 8/6 / 

Nellie Smith, of LeicesteTi 9 m 5y 

John Thorn, of Newbury, 26 m 6/ 

Central America, Miscellaneous News, 13 /*8 c 

Asia, the Russian Geographical Society 

Arrange with M. Minageff to Digest a Syste- 
matic Account of, 20 m 5 d 

Asia, War News, 12 m 5 a — 19 m 6 6 



Chamber of Agriculture, Meeting, 7 /6/— 

7 m 11 c 

Criminal Court, Opening of, 5; 11 6 

Chaffers (Wm.) on the Transit of China by Rail, 

29 / 5 /• 
Chamberlain (Joseph) at Colston Hall, 23 ; 6 c 

Reply to Mr. Lowe, 26 j 9/ 

on Education and Dis-Establishment, 

at Leeds, 1 1 ; 6 e 
Chapeltown Tombstone Case, see Tombstonb 
Chapels, Royal, Preachers for the Month, 3; 9e 
Chaplin (H.) at Louth, 3/6 c 
Charge against a Priest, 6; 5/ 
Charing Cross Hospital, 19 m 9 /* 
Ceremony of Re-Opening by the Prince of 

Wales, &c.. 22 m 8 c 

Royal Present of Game to, 30; 7 c 

Charitable Funds Report, 28 /"ll 6 

Charity Organization Society, Annual Meeting, 

16 m 10/ 

Note about, 24 w 6y 

Charley (W. T.) on Title Deeds, 6 / 10 / 
Chatham Dockyard Extension, Attempted Es- 
cape of a Convict from, 6j 10 e 
Cheap Poultry, 11 i Sj—12 i 7 d—l5 f6b 
Checks, Endorsement of, Trouble Occasioned 

by, 28/ 10 a— 2 to6 a 
Cheltenham, Sir M. Hicks Beach Lays the 

Foundation Stone of a New Church in, 8 7* 

10 6 
Chessar (Jane A.) Elementary Needlework, 80 

m 4 c 
Chester (Rev. Richard) Warning against a 

Man who Palms Himself off as his ^n, 20; 

9/ 
Child Killed by a Cock^ Action l<yc I^^a&A^^ss^^^S^ 

in 9 a 

Cbildwft (,— ") «lV. VStOoVfe, ^\ i ^ a 

at RnoUm^Xe^ , ^ J '^ ^ 



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PALBirtn S INDEX TO " THK TIBIES NEWSrAPER. 



[Jan. 1 tc» 



Chimney Swcopj*. Jean de Paris Account of, in 

I^.iulon. 2\f 12 n 
CHINA:— 

Cliefoo Convention, 14 /i d 

CluiiesejAnibasfiador t*> England, 17/5 d — 

19> 10 a 

- Vai\. Go»*don, Anecdote about, before Soo- 
chow. IjHh 

Diplomatic News, 13 j 5 « 

Doiiif^ of C/ol. Grordon in. S/'A/ 

Knglissh Consuls in. 2\ m 5 e 

Grosvcnor's Journey Through, a Lecture 

on, 28/ <;« 

Meeting <»f Working Men on Our Relations 

with. 24 /M 14 A 

Miscellaneous News, Sjoc 

Mission to England. 2 ; 6 a— 22 i i) f 

New Year*8 Attentions, 3/5 d 

Progress in, 31 ; G c 

by Kail, 2iJ j 5 / 

Revenue of, 22 J 7 h 

Rioting at Shanghai. 10 ; 10 a 

Sale of the Shanghai Steam Navigation 

Company, 1 7 / 5 d 

Survey liound Shanghai, 16 / 4 « 

Yunnan Outrage, HJ 4 d 

Chinese Embassy in London Plead for Pardon 
on the Drunlcard who Assaulted One of the 
Staff, 7/n e 

and the Opium Trade, 20 m 5 /" 

Introduced at Court as Mister, 9 fhf—- 

\^f^f—Vl flOe 

at the Queen's Theatre, U f\Of 



Gunboats, 5 m 9/- 7 w 8 a 
Printing Press, 30 im 9 rf 



Christ's Hospital at Ail Hallows Chiurch on Good 

Friday, 31 TO 9/ 
Christian (Lord justice) Defence of his Conduct, 

dm4d 
Christianity in East Africa, 18 i 5 e 
Christmas Appeals, 8> 11 c— 6 j 7/— 10 / 10 </ 
Hampers — a Wine Merchant's Method of 

Obtaining Customers, SjSf—djJ d^lOj 8 c 

— 12;7rf— 17.;76 
Christopher and Son's Firm, Sj7 e 
Church and State, Dr. Brown Misquoted, 25 / 

86 

Endowments, 2m A f 

Mission in Lancashire, 29 / 5 /* 

Churchwardens, Election of, 28 m 11 A— 30 to 4 6 

—31 TO 5/ 

Note on the Election of, 26 to 11/ 

Chymical Society, Civic Donations to, 28 m 5 d 
Chymicals, State of Trade in, 29 j 7 d—5j 7 h— 

12 J 7 6—19 / 7 a— 26/7 6—5 m 7 rf— 12 m 7 

rf— 19to 7 c— 26 to 7 e 

State of the Market, I5j7c 

Chymisiry Applied to Engineeriag, 6^ 10 e 
Cinnamon, Trade in, 27/ 10/ 
City of London Brewery Company, 10 f7 d 
Conservative Association, Anniuil Dinner, 

18/10 6 

Offices Company, 26 to 7 e— 30 to 6 « 

snd Suburban Railway Gtiide, 2 ; 4/ 

Temple, the Sixteen Memorial Windows 

Cirjc Gifts, I »i I2e 



CIVIL ACTIONS:— 

Aberdeen Town Council v. University of 

Al>erdeen, 26 wi 11 d 

Adnnis r. Angell. 1 w 1 1 6 

Adelphi Bank r. Philpott, 23 w 1 1 rf 

Ajrnew i*. Jobson and others, 26/11 c 

Alexander v. Bannister, 27 to 11 6 

V, Pi«kford. 28 to 11 d 

rt Alexandra Palace, 16 /"ll f 

Allen and Wife r. Fairs. 3 ? 11 6—16/ 10/ 

■ V. Londonderry and EnniskiUdu Railway, 



2: 



11 



TO 10 «l 

tx parte AUwater— in re Turner, 16/* 11 c 
Anstruther v. Stackpoole, 12 /' 11 a— 13 / 
c— 20/11 6 

re Arbitration between Thomas and F. 

Lend«is, 16/11 d 

Ashworth ». Ash worth, 15/11 n 

Atkinson v. Newcastle and Gateshead 

Waterworks Company, 18 j 11 a — 1/10 e 

re Attorney at Leeds, 14 y 11 d 

Attorney- General v. Great Western and 

Midland Railway, 13 / 10 i/ 

r. Edmunds, 2 /* 10 c 

r. Mayor &c. of Portsmouth, 1/11 6 — 6 

y 11 6 

Australian Mining Company r. Martin, 12 



.; 10 a 

Back V, Hav, 3 m 1 1 a 

Bagley v. Chadwick, 8 /"lO /"- 13 /"ll e 

Bagnall v. Carlton, 8 m 10 r— 22 m \\ d 

Bailey, Leetham & Co. v. Woodhams and 

Levy, 7/10/ 

Baker v. Corporation of Wisb«ach, 3 to 1 1 6 

r. Oakes, 12 ; 10 a 

Ball V. Evans, 18 ; 11 c 

Bank of Australasia v. Ellis, 29 m 1 1 n 

Barnham v, Francis and others, 18 ; 11 c 

Barrow v. Childs, 28 to 1 1 c 

Bashford v. Bruxner and others, 26 m 1 1 6 

Basingstoke School— r« Matter of a Boy, 2 

/ 10/— 16/11 d 
— i — Beale v, Arabin, 7/ 11 a 
Beale-Brown v. Cheltenham and Banbury 

Direct Railway, 27 to 10 e 

Bear y. Jones, 31 ; 11 6 

Belvoir Pier Hotel Company v. Wynne, 10 

TO 10 e 

Bennett v, Poynter, 18^ 11 d 

Bergheln v. Great Eastern Railway, 15 / 
a 

Bessemere r. Henderson, 10 y 10 6 — 18 i 9/ 

Bessila v. Sterne, 8 /* 10 e 

Bischoffsheim v. Moran, 1 / 1 1 « 

Bourke v. Alexandra Hotel Company, 81 i* 

10/ 

Bowden v, Russell, hmW d 

Boyd V, London and North Western Rail- 
way, 27 TO 1 1 6 

Braenblin ». Brindley and others, 9 to 10 / 

Briearly r. Bleakley, 3/116 

re British Provident Life and Guarantee 

Association — Colonel De Ruvignes' Case, 10/ 

10/ 

Broadhead r. Holdsworth, 31^ 11 c 

re Brook, ^\ m U i*. 

Brown u. Jonc«, -Q \ V\ a 



11 



M^ir. 31, 1877.] rxLHBR's inukx to " tmk times " newspaper. 



ClT 



CiTil Actions {continued). 

Brown w. Brown, 28/10/ 

Browne v. Clifton. 9 m 1 1 a 

r« Brynmawr Coal and Iron Company, 19/ 

\0d 

Bachanan o. Berner, 27 m 11 6 

Buenos Ajres Bailwaj v. Northern Rail- 

waj of Buenos AyreSf 81/11 a — 3 / 11 a— 6 

flic 
Bum Lall Sahee Deo v. Court of Wardi 

and others, 19 m 10/ 

Bushell sad Glorer 9, Bushell, \5jl) c 

re Caerphillj Colliery Company — Sir C. 

F«arson*s Cass, 22 /lO d 
Caledonian Railway v. Greenock and We- 

m>ss RaUway, 22 /^ 10/ 
rt Campbeil*s Policies of Assurance, 18 j 

10 e 

Campbell v, Chatterton, 10 m lOe— 12 m 

Ila 

Cantrell r. Gould, 12 m 10/ 

Catling V. King. 22 m 1 1 <f 

Cave V. Mackenzie, 12 m 10 e 

Charles and others v. Blackwell and others, 

19/ 10 a- 20/ J I d 

Cheese v. Lovejoy and others, 26 m W d 

' Chilton i;. Dowling, 27 w 10 < 

Christie r. South VVeitern Railway, 13 / 

11 a 

rt City and County Investment Company, 

19y 10 d 

Clark r. Adie, 2 w 1 1 a 

Clarke v. Koche, 8 m 10 a 

CUrkson o. Metropolitan Kail way, 1/10 « 

—10/11 6 

Cobbett V. Field. 12./ 10 rf— I f\0 e 

Cochrane v. Lord Dundonald, lb / 11 m 

r« Cody, 22/ fie 

Cohen i*. South Eastern Railway, 10/10/ 

V. Davidson, 10 /" 11 a 

Cope V. De La VVarr. 10/11 a— 8 m 10 b 

Corngo v, Allport, 12 m 116 

Corrie v. Mayo. ISy 1 1 c 

Corry v. Coulthard, 18 / 1 1 « 

Co well Executor of VViffen i?. Barker, 1 / 



10/ 

— Cox V. Small, 12 w 1 1 c 

— Cripps and another v. Batt and others, 16 m 
J0/-^17 m V6k 

— Cunningham v. Boddington, 20 m 1 1 6 

— Dalby v. Mortimer, 12 w 10 « 

— Daltou V, Moseley and Hallam, 15/11 h 

— Davis, Turner <& Co. v. Great Western 
Railway, l^jUb 

— Dawson v. Bank of Whitehaven, 19/10 d 

— Deane v, Oldacres, om 10 J 

— Delastre and others r. Vargues, 5 / 10 < 

— Dempsey v, Lawson and others, 12 / 10 e 

— Dench u, Dench, 15 j 11 c 

— DeTille v. Harrogate Improvement Commis* 
sioners, 5 m 11 a 

— Deykin v, Coleman, 8,/ 10 d 

— Dickson v, Reuter*s Telegraph Company, 
1^7 11 a 

— Diggle V, Higgs, 5 m 11 6 

— Dixon V. Curwen, 13/ 10 e 
_- p, Ragi^tt, 2/11 6 



Civil Actions {continued). 

Dodwell u. Queen. 14/ 11 rf 

Doucet V. Ge3ghegan, 7/ 10 d— 8 fWd^ 

15/10«— 20/lla 

Douglas V. Fitt and others, 13/11 a 

rt Downe's Settlement Trust, 8/ 10 /* 

rt Drybumside Silver Lead Mining Comp- 
any and Company Acts, 17 «i 13 b 

Dudfield V. Woodward, 12 /"ll a 

Dudgeon v. Pembroke, 26 m \Q d 

rt Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Cjm- 

pany, 16/ 11 a 

Ecclesiastical Commissioners of England v. 

North Eastern Railway, 18; 11 6 
V. Sanger, 29 m 10/ 



Elam 0. Chenhall, 12 ; 10 t 

' Elliot s. Brenimer, 22/ 11 « 

rt Eupion Fuel and Gas Company, 19 in 10 

/—26 m 11 a 

Aspinall's Case, 19 m 10/ 

Turpin*s Case, 19 m U a 



Evans v. Llewellyn, 30 m 9 c/ 

Evershed v. London and North Western 

Railway. 3 /"lib 

Farrow v. General Steam Navigation Com- 
pany, 20 m l\ d 

Fish and other Trustees r. Hudson, 10 / 

lie 

Flower v. T^eyton Local Board, 13/ 11 a 

V, Andrews, 5 m 10./ 

V. Lloyd. 8 m 10 c— 19 « 11 « 

Fogg V. Robinson, 10 m 11 c 

Forster r. Stobbs, \hj 10 f 

Forth V. Cordisgley, 6y 11 a— 8/ 11 b 

V. Parker, 6/ 11 a 

Forwood and Co. v. Walker, 5/116 

Forster and Sons v. Great Western Rail- 
way, 15/11 c 

Fraser V. Hooper's, 8./ 10/ 



Frederici v. Van Der Zee, 19 f 11 a 

Fulham District Board of Works i*. Metro- 
politan District Railway, 15 ; 1 1 o— 18 / 11 « 

Gabell v. South Eastern Railway, 8/ 10 c 

Gann v. Mayor and Burgesses of Saltash, 

8/*10e 
Gardiner v. Great Western Railway, 29 m 

Wd 

tx parte Garrard — in rt IjQwqt, 2 mW a 

rt Gas New Generator Company, 12/11 o 

Gattie v. Fry and others, 3iy 11 c 

Geering v, Evans, 18 ^ 11 d 

General Works Company v. Great Western 

of Brazil Railway Company, 2 / 10 s 

Gennadios v. Sahniitz, 21 m 10 6 

George v. Watts and others, 15 / 11 fr 

Giles V. Lywood. 24/11 c 

Gill V, London School Board, 8 m 10/— 10 

m\\ d 
— — Gillespie v. Hampshire and North Wilts 

Banking Company, 1^ m 10 / 

• Gledhill and others v. Hunter, 18^ 11 d 

—— Glossop V, Scruple, 17 m 13 6 

— ^- Goncourt (Marie Cecile de) v, Clydesdale 

Bank, &c.,26i^t— \ f^t 

GoTdVVVo V. \^e«vtfiY«v, ^ f \^ t 

Goadi« w. A:v\a,\1 .f o d 

— — GraVvam v. e«\^^^>X, V^ m W ^ ^^ 
1> ____^ 



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PALUfili 8 INDEX TO " THE TIMES NEWSrAPEK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Civil Actions 0<iuti7nieti). 

Graham t'. Kimlall, 31 j \\ a 

Gray r. Great Eastern Railwaj', 8/ 10/ 

ex parte Greaves, 2G m 11 h—'26tn li b 

Green v. Andrews and Wi/e, V2j 10 e 

V. Carlill, 20 /' 1 1 b 

V. Wright, 12/11 b 

Greenock and Wemyss Bay Railway v, 

Caledonian Railway, 13/11/' 

Greizer v. Rappolt and another, ISj 11 a 

Griffith V. Lord Alfred Paget, 29 m 11/— 

30m96 

Gwynne r. M'Arthur, IBjll c 

Hall and others v. Andell, 2d m il b 

V. Byron, 16/11 a 

Hancock v. Karl of Sandwich, 3/11 b 

Handu. Hall, 14/ 11 e 

Hands. Adniinistratix v. Great Western 

Railway, 30 m U r 

Harenc v. Bennett, 14/11 e 

Harris w. Newton, 15 / 10 /* 

V. Owners of the Franronia, 15 ; 11 b 

Harrow v. Agnow, 29 m 11a 

Hart I?. Wall. 12 / 10 </ 

Hartlepool Original Collieries Company v. 

Gibb, 7/10 c 

Hatchard r. Parsons, Im ]2h 

Hayes v. Payne, 27 m 10/ 

Heap 1?. Morris, 28 m 10/ 

Henderson v. Maxwell. 13 m 12 a 

Henwood v. Childers, 29 m II a 

Higginson r. Simpson, I3i 11 a 

Hill I'. Phillipps. 12 yw 11 d 

Hilliard v, De Loyante, 25 wi 1 1 fc— 21 m 

10/ 
Hitchings and another v. Christian, 13 j 

11 b 
Hobbs V. Tilbury and Southend Railway, 

15^11 a 

Hogg V. Wilson, 9 ; 4 a 

re Holborn Skating Rink Company and 



Companies Act. 3/11 a 

— Holmes and Wife v. Preston, 27 m l\ a 

— re Hooper's Telegraph Works, 19/ 10 t/ 

— Home V. Rouqettc. 5 /* 1 1 /• 

— re Ilorricks and Cania Company, 20 m 10/ 

— • Huddersfield Spiritualist Case-Monck v. 
Hilton, 3 / 11 A 

— Hudgson r. Forster, 17 w 13 a 

— Hunt r. Hunt and Wright Queen's Proctor, 
15 m 10 d 

V. London and Brighton Railway, 17 m 



13 



c 



Hutchmson v. Hartmont. 5 /* 10 « 

r. Rogers, 8/10 /— 13/11 e 

Hutchinson u. Ward, 12 m II b 

Hyams v. Lyons, 15 /* 10 e 

Hyde v. Warden, 16'; 1 1 a 

Imperial Bank v. St. Katharine's Dock 

Company, 81 ; 10/— 1/11 d 
re Imperial Land Company, Marseilles — 

Larking's Claim. 5 / 10 e 
re Imprisoned Debtors Discharge Societies, 

10 )/i 10 e 

Inkpen r\ Mnsters. 15 mil d 

/•- jb're/yn, Jo m 11 6 

" '^%{" ^' ^^ ^eon, 15 m 10 



I 



CItU Actions (t'ontinued). 

Jack V. Harding, 19 /* 10 c/ 

Jackson v. Metropolitan Railway, 19y'10 c 

—20/11 d 

Jacobson v. Bogle Et Uxor, 14/ 11 * 

Javal V. Sheflield Waggon Company, 14 y' 

11 c 

Jekyll and another r. Brown, 15 tn 10 d 

Joby V. Nicholson. \A f II e 

Johnson v. Credit Lyonnais, 1/11 a — 14 / 

lid 

Jones v. Thomas and others, 18i 11 d 

and another i'. Metropolitan Boanl of 

Works, 20 n 1 a 
Josselyn i\ Chippendale and others, 9 

lOJ 

re Joyce, 12 ; 10 6 

Kaltenback v. Mackenzie, 2/11 a 

Keeling v. Thomassen, 29 m 1 1 c 

Keith t\ Burn>w8, 6/10 <— 7/ 10 t- 

Kennaway r. Kennaway and others, 28 

11 a 
Kennet and Avon Canal w. Great Western 

Railway. 20 / 1 1 rf 

V. Avard, 12/11 b 



m 



m 



re Kerr's Trusts, 6 flO/ 

Keiley v. Ciistrey, 5 w 10/ 

Khuliffa I'. Forbes, 10 m 10 f 

Kidd V. Midland Railway, 27 m 10/ 

King I*. Anderson, 22 /*€ c 

Klein v. Ward and others, 16 / 1 1 c 

Kuhe ?'. Pike and Iverny, I m 12 a 

re Lacy and Co. and Companies Acts, 10 m 

10./ 

Lade v. Hartopp, 12/ 10 b 

re Llandough Rectory, 1 fll n 

- Lambert r. Hodgson, 7 in M d 

re Langham Skating Rink Company, 5 / 

11 fl— 16 m 11 c 

Langmead v. Cockerton, 1 3 /" 1 1 u 

Lascelles and another v, Lonl Onslow and 

another, 7/ 10 e 
Laycock v. Houpton and another, 27 . < 

11 d 

Leigh V. Brooks, K' m 10 c 

Lester v. Smith and others, 15/11 c 

Limmerman r. Packman, 12 / 10 </ 

Linoleum Manufacturing Company r. Nairn, 

2/10« 

^ Llewellyn v, Powell, 17 w 13 c 

Lloyd i\ Smith, 20 //ilia 

Longford r. Purdon, 8/11 ^— 13/ 0/ 

Lorentzen and Murer v, Bryson, .Fames»on, 

& Co., 16 m 11 c 

Lovejoy i». Mulkcm, 19 m 10/ 

re Lowestoft, Yarmouth and Southwold 

Tramway Company, 12m 1 1 a 

Lynall v. Crown, 26 fll b 

Mackenzie v. Shepherd, 12 m 11 b 

Maclean ». Vaughan, 6 /" 10 « 

Mardon v. Ponsonby, 30 m 9 d 

re Margate Aquarium Company, 26 m 10 J 

re Marshall, 1/ 11 a 

Martin ». Parker, 10/11 a 

Marten v. Dyson, 10/11 c 

May V, Potter, 20 m 10 f 

Mayor &c. oi VeuYvr^fxi x\'\i^\m, \^ J W t 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmer's index to "the times" newspapeh. 



Civ 



QiyU Actions (continueiJj. 

M'Comb r. Roberts, 3/10 f 

M'Donald and another r. Stokes, 20 m 11 </ 

re Maulesden — Marseilles, 20 / 11 a 

— — Meetens v. Great Western Railway, 16 m 

11 r 

Mellori'. Simeon, m 11 A 

Mercer v. M«vjii-, i / \{) t 

Metcaif and Wife v. WigHn, 81 / 11 c— I / 

11 b 
Mercliant Runkiiifj Company of Loadon v. 

Phoenix Hc««vmfr Steel Company, lOy 11 a 

MetroM >luaii Railway v. Defries, 31 / 11 ^ 

r. lirugden and others, 19/ 10 A-— 20 f 

lid 



— rt Middlesbrough and Stockton Tramway? 
Company, 5 /" 10 e 

— re Milan Tramways Company, 13 j 10 c 

— Milissich r. Llnvd's. 12/10/ 

— Mills r. Havwood. s >/< |() r 

— MUner r. WhitvlionM. U\ m \] d 

— MiWain v. Hawthorn and others, 13 j 11 b 

— Minett v. Mannon, 30 w \) c 

— Minshall r. Wills, 13./ 11 a 

— Mirabita v. Imperial Ottoman Bank, 6 /* 11 b 

— re Mitchell. 1 7 wi 13a 

— Mitchell V. Moherley, 17 w \?> n 

— Montalemberts Exors v. I'cre Hyacinthe, 
31 i 5 c— 2 m 4 rf— 9 m 6 c/— 2*i m 6 d 

— Monck V. Hilton, 10/11 c 
Moorwood v. Steel, 13/11 «— 14 m 11/ 



Monnsey v, Hemingway, 22/1 1 d—1KiJ 11 d 

Murdoch v. Warner, 15 ; 10 /" 

Murphy ». Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 19 m 11 b 

re National Arms and Ammvnition Company 

—re Companies Act (1867), 3 / 10/ 

re Native Guano Company, 17 »i 13 a 

New River Company r. I^ridg^es Joint 

Committee, 22 m 1 1 e 

NeuYias r. AUport, 2 / 10 « 

rt New Gas Company. 12 m 1 1 h 

Sombrero Phosphate Company v.Erlanger 



and others, 24 /* 11 a— 26 / 11 6—27 / U 6— 

28 /"lO /— 28/11 b 
— Newry and Armrgh Rnilway ?'. Great 

Northrrn Railway of Irclan<l, *-i9 ui 1 1 v 
re North British h'ailway and North British, 

Arbroath and Montrose Railway, 10 m He 
Norton v. Monsel and ethers, 2 m 11 e— 3 

m 11 c— 8 wj lOe— I0»w 11 a 

Owen r. Henshew, 29 mile 

Oxlade r. North Eastern Railway, 8 w 10 / 



—24 »i 6 e 

— Parfitt V. Jepson, VI j 1 1 a 

— ex parte Parish Clerks* Company, 24/11 a 

— Parker v. M*Kenna, 21 »i 1 1 r— 26 m 10 e— 
27 m 10 rf 

V, Same, 8y 10 c 

— Parsons r. Tinling, 3iy 11 6—1 f\\ a 

— Parlagas v. Allport. 2 /* 10 e 

— re Patent and Boat Detaching Company, 
26 mil 6 

re Payne's Patent Firebrick Com^diny, 5 f 



11 a 

— PeMraon v. Cox, Bradley and Barker, 15 m 
J J d 



Civil Actions (continued). 

Pender v. Lushington, 19 f 10 d — 3 w 11 « 

— - Pennell v. Marsden, 31 j 11 c 

Pelersen v. Guild & Co., 2 fllb 

Phillips V. Gritton, 23 w 11 a 

Phosphate Sewage Company v, Hartmont, 

13/11 fl— 14/11 6— 19/-11 a 
Pickup r. Biiti8h and Foreign Marine 

Insurance Company, 28 / 10/ 
f. Merchants' Marine lusurance Company', 

28/10/ 

V. Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance 



Company, \0 fll 6—12/11 a- 13/11 c— 14 

fl\ </— 15/10/ 

'— Pilley r. Baylis, 10 m 10 c 

Pitfield V. Rowland and another, 16 m 10 / 



re Pitt, Morshead and Gill, IG m 10 / 

Plimpton V, Spiller, 10/11 a 

PoUini V. Gray & Co., 5/ 10/ 

Poller V. Willes and Son, 15 j 11 a — 16 > 



11 A 



Prichard v. Woodcock, 2/11 6— 3/* 1 1 h 
Prosser v. Sloggett, 15 / il c 
Purcell V. Sowler, 5/ 10 d 
Purvis V. Greenhnt, 1 m 12 c 
Queen v. Alley Jones, 8 /* 10 </ 

— V. Jervis, 10/11 6—13/11 c 

- ?'. Moj»e8 and Essineer, 10 m II d 

— V.Parker, S/lOd^ 

— V. Reynolds, 2 /* 10 /— 3/ 1 1 e 

— i\ Slade, 16/il c 

— V.Thornton, 6/10 f 

— V, Tillotson, 6 w 1 1 r 



— re Railway Accident Mutual Assurance, 2li 
m 10 / 

— Ranken and others v. Royal Steam Mai£ 
Packet Company. 5/11 a—G/ 1 1 a 

— Rayment v, Dimhleby, 12m 11 6 

— Reece*s Patent Ice Companv i. Lovibond,. 
10 /■ 11 e— 13/^11 e 

— Regina i\ Balcunibe, 26 m 11 a 

V, Birkenhead, 1 5 m 1 1 c 

V, Burke and Navesey, 6 m 11 c 

Shannon and Rowen^ 7 « 1 1 c 

r. Busby, 22/11 // 

V. Caroline. 26 /* 1 1 d 

? . <''lapi>er}-, 9 /,/ 11 c 

V. Day and Ti Ibupys, 20/10 d 

r. Mary Jane Patterson Deane, 12/11 5 

V. Dennison, 19 m 11 6—23 m 11 6 

V. Earl, 28 m 11 e 

V. Samuel Edward and James Stacey, .^' 



yilc 



r. Entwistle. 9 m 10 6 

V. Fiiher ar:<l Richard, 19' m lie 

I'. Foster^ 5 fll 6 

V. Gabriel, .< / 1 1 6 

r. Gallagri^r, 16 m 11 6— l(^m 11 c 

V. Greenhough a-nd others, 23 m 11 6 

V. Grimshaw, 2 m 11/ 

i\ Hardman. 12 m 10/ 

V. John Hattery, 5/11 6 

I?. Kelly, 9 m 1 1 a 

- 0. 0'-fem,'i*l.f\\ d 



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palmer's index to " THE TIMES " NEW0PAPKR. 



[Jan. Ito 



Civil Actions (continued\ 

Regina v. Rosier, 27 m 10 e 

v. Sampson and Murray, 16 m 11 d 

r. Scrivener, 16 m 11 6 

- V. Smith, 15 m 1 1 c 
-— V. Tnmer, 5 m 11 6 

V. Tumbnll, 6 m 11 A 

V, Walter, 23 « 11 6 

r. Woods, 6 m 1 1 b — 6 mile 

r. Wright and Oldham, 16 m 11 * 

— re Rentun, 26 /« 11 a— 27 m \0 d 

Republic of CosU Rica v. £rlanger, 12 ; 10 

e— 8 m 10 b 
Note about, 16 j 11 e 



of Paraguay v. Lynch, 18/11 c — 8/ 10 / 

— Riddle V. Jolly and others, 15 m 10 d 

— Ridg^ay v. Hilton House and Red Moss 
Colliery Company, Of 10 f—lSj 11 a 

— re Rio Grande do Sul Steamship Company, 
8/*10/ 

— Roberts v. London and South Western 
Railway, 20./ 10/ 

— Robertson r. Hartopp, 12y 10 6 

— Robson V, Robson, 18 / 11 k 

— Roderick r. Aston Local Board, 15/10 </ 

— Ross r. Francis. 29 m 1 1 6 

— Rowcliffe V, Leigh, 15m 10 c 

— Rnmball v. Metropolitan Bank, 16/11 d 

— Rumford v. Noep and others, 15 m lid 

— Sadler v. Whalley. 2« m 10/ 

— re Saniuel'ff Trust. 18 ; 10 « 

— 8ands v. Markham Hud another, 1 8 / 1 1 /« 

— re St. George's Parish, Unnorpr Sqiinre. 30 
m9b 

— Schecrs v. I^ncashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 16 m 11 </ 

— Scrholes V. Roberts, 29 m 11 <f 

— Schroder v. Clough, 16 i 11 c 

— Scott r. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 
19 m 11 k 

V. Wood and another, 20/11 d 

— Scutt V, Freeman, \6j II b 

— SeTenoaks, Maidstone and Tunbridge Rail- 
way V. London, Chatham and Dorer Railway, 
22/11 a— 1 m 11 «?— 24 m 6 c 

— Shaw ». Ingiis, 2 /* 1 1 a 

V. Norwood, 8/11 </— 8 mlOd 

— Sheffield Nickel and Plate Company v, 
Unwin, 7/"10e 

— ex parte Shell— re Lonargan, 23 /*1 1 a 

— Shepherd and others v. Kottygen and 
others. 15y 10/ 

— Sherson v. Hudson. 18 j 11 6 

— Siemans v. Midland Railway, 18 ?' 11 c 

— re Simpson's Patent Coke Company, 5 m 
10 « 

— re Singer's Trusts, 25 m 10 /* 
-~- Smallpiecev. Beyfus, 16 J 11 c 

— Smith and another v, Turstio and another, 
18 j 11 c 

V. Chadwick, 24 / 11 a 

— re Smith's Estate, 12 m 11 b 

— Snowden v, Bagshawe, 16 m 11 d, 

— Society of Apothecaries v. Witherlagton, 13 

— Stxfermsan v. Campbell^ S/10 b 
^^rrr/e Solicitor, 10/11 c 



Civil Actions O^ontinued), 
re South Wales Atlantic Steamship Com- 
pany, «/ 10/* 

Spice w. Bacon, 14/11 e — 15/11 a 

Spring i;. Great Western Railway, 81 ; 11 « 

Staples t;. Powell and others, 18i 11 </ 

Steanson t;. Robey & Co. and Hay ward, 1^ 



/11a 

— Sterens v. Smith, 20 f II a 

— Stock V. Hooper's Telegraph Company, 3 / 
10/ 

— Stone u. City and County Bank, 8/11 6 

— Strahan & Co. and others v. King & Co> 
and Knowles, 23 / 1 1 a 

— Sugg V. Silber, 14/11 c 

— Sultan of Turkey t;. Union Bank of London, 
10 m 10 e— 17 m 13 a— 26 m 10/ 

Syers v. Metropolitan Board of Works, 1 3 



/10c 

— re Taurine Company, 19 m 11 a 

— Taylor v. Smith, 16 /U r 
V. Tattersall & Co., 5 /* 11 a 



— Thackram r. Fergusson, 7/ 1 1 a 

— Thomas v. Queen, 20/ 11 6—22/10 </— 25 
/ 11 6—24 / 11 a— 27 / 11 c— 28/10/— 1 m 

11 6—2 m 11 6—3 m 11 6—6 m 11 6—8 m 19 d 
— 10 m 10 /*- 12 m 11 e— 13 m 12 a 

— Thompson v. Stedman. 2:^ m 11 e 

— Thornton r. Midland Railway, 19 m 1 1 c 

— Toomer and others v. London, Chatham 
and Dover Riiilway, 10 ;n 11 d 

— Torbay and Brixham Railway v. South 
Devon HailwRv. 27 m 10 rf— 30 m 9 6 

— re 1 fade Marks Registration Acts — re Bar- 



rows, 2 a 1 1 o 

— IS Traders of the Kennet and Aron Canal 



and Avon, 10 m 1 1 a 

Navigation v. Great Western Railway, i;> 



/lie 

— TrafiPord v. Traflford, 18^ 11 d 

— re Trust Association, 20 m 10/ 

— ex parte Trustees of Cannon Street Baptist 
Chapel, Birmingham, 26 m 1 1 a 

— Tuck t;. Simpson, Payne & Co., 7/ 11 a 

— re Tumacauri Mining Company, 26 m 11 a 

— Tunbridge Wells Local Board v. Bishopp. 
2 fU a 

— Turf Fraud— Reg. v. Francis Longlands 
and Thomas Warren, 12 m 10 d 

— Tumbttll r. British and Foreign Marine 
Insurance Company, 16i II 6 

V. Janson, 1/ 10 « 

— Turner r. London and North Western 
Railway, 27 m 11 a 

— Tweied and another v, Astley, 8 m 10 « 

— Twycross ?•. Dreyfus, 8 m 10 c 
V. Grant, 12 i 10 rf— 15 j II 6—16 ; 11 <• 



— 13/11 </— 14/ lla-15/lOe— le/'llc 
re Vale Mill Cotton Spinning Company, 1^ 

m 11 a 

re Van Breda, 15 / 6 « 

Vasudev Sadashin Modak r. Collector o( 

Ratnagiri, 2 m 11 a — 3 m 11 a 

Vibert v. Hampton, 9 m 11 6 

ex parte Viney — re Gilbert, 2 m 11 a 

— Walker v. Gurney, ft t U c 
Ward V. Ho\)Y>s, \^ / \Q • 



Mar. 31, 1877.] falmkr*s index to *• thk times" newspapbr. 



Col 



CiTil Actions (continued), 

Ward V. Ward, 12 ; 10 e 

Ware v. Coope, Injunction, 1 7 j ht-^'lOj hj 

Warner v, M'Bryde, 8 m 10 6 

r. Murdoch, \% j 10/ 

Watkinaon and others r. Wrexham Mold 

andConnah'sQqay Railway, 1/ 11 c— 12 y 11 c 
Warwick, Birmingham, Warwick and Nap- 



ton Canal Narigation v. Birmingham Canal 
NaTigation Company and others, 27 m 10 ci 

— Wearer r. Gunter, 1 5 j 1 1 c 

— Webb ». Mansell, I87 10/— 1 / 10 e 

— Wells V. London, Tilbury and Southend 
RaUway, 15 / 10 c 

— West and others r. White and others, 26/ 1 1 
c — 5 Jit 1 1 r 

— Westminster Now Brewery Company v, 
Hannah, 8/ 10 c 

— White V, Great Western Railway, 16 ra 1 1 c 
V, Witt, 15 m 10 r 

— re Whiteash Paper Company, 6/11 a 

— Widness Metal Company v. Norwood, 8 / 10 
</— 5 mV^d 

— ex parte Wilson — re Dearden, 18 ; 11/ 
V. Silleto, 23 m 11 c 



Wilts, Somerset and Berks Canal Traders 

c. Great Western Railway, 19 j 10/ 

Winch V. Fairclough, 3/116 

Winterbottom v. Corporation ol Salfordand 

others, 27 m\\ d 
Witty and Son v, Waite, Bumell & Co^ 7 

at 11 i—\2 m 10/ 

re Wolverhampton Ritual Case, 13/11-0 

— « Womack u. South Eastern Railway, I67' 11 c 

Wood r. Coates and others, 13 j 11 6 

Woodley v. Metropolitan District Railway, 

16y 10 d 

Wrigley v. Barnacle, 12 m 10 /" 

CiTil List Pensions, 7 m 9/ 

Serrice Appointments, see OrriciAL 

Estimates, 14/9 f 

Life-Boat Fund, 18 i 7 « 

Meat Supply Association, 8 m 10 « 

" Claimant," his Wife and the Home Secretary, 

20y 6/ 
Clark, Funchard & Co., on the Lisbon Steam 

Tramways, 17/11 e 
Cleopatra's Needle, Arrangements to Bring to 

London, 12/8 a—Hj 11/ 

Presented to England, 15 m 5 c 

Clergy and the Churchyards, 28i 6 a 

Orphan Corporation, Annual Court, lm9j 

Clerical Appointments, 5 / 9/— 11 ; 9 e— 13 j 6 

a— 18 j 10/— 25>6/-2 /4 a— 2 / 7 /— 6 / 

7 /— 19 / 9 e-22 / 5 e— I m 7 f— 8 mo/— 

13 m 10 d—U m 6 A— 19 m 6/ 

Cathedral, Sf6j 

Medicaland General Life Asforance Society, 

5>7o—6>7d 

Vacancies, 16j B d , 

Clerkenwell, Improvements in, 24 ; 9 e 
Clerkships in the Civil Service — Open Competi- 
tions for, 18/9/ 
' Notes about, 15 f(y r— 16 J 4 (•--J9 /8 c— 

2QfSd 
derwont-GAnneaa (Ch.) Semitic Monuments. 9 
/JJ i/ 



Clifford v^Sir Augustus) Ulness of, 8y 9 e 
Clifton C College, Hi 11 f 

Royal Charter of Incorporation Granted 

to. 27 m \2h 

Suspension Bridge Company, 20j7d 



Clockwork Lock for Bankers Safes, 11^6^ 
Clothworkers Company, Banquet, 8 /'9 < 
Cloud and Sunshine, Lecture on, 12/7 d 
Cloves, State of Trade in, 2 m 6 6 
Clutterbuck (Rev. J. C.) Thames Valley Floods 

12 j '6 b 
OOAL:~ 
on the Dealers and their Continued High 

Prices, 31 7 7 h—S/7 6—6/7 o— 8/7 b 

Deputation on the Sale of. 21/5 c 

Four Years of Coal Mining, 26 j 4 e— 26 

Imports and Exports from the Port of 

London, 3 i 7 b—bj 7 6—7/ 7 a— 5 m 7 o 

Ring in America, 5 m 4 « 

South Wales. 27; 9/ 

Yorkshire Coal Field, 2^4 b—bj 10 a— 



I 



6/7 a— 13/ 10 6—16 w 6 c 

Stete of Trade in, 2i 7 6—4 3 7 <f— 6 j 7 c 

—9 i 7 6—11 j 7 6— 13i 6 c— 16; 7 c— 18; 7 
6—20; 7 6—23 ; 7 a— 25; 6 0— 27 j 7 6—80 j 
7 6—1 /7 6—3/7 6—6/7 6—8/7 rf— 10/7 
6— 13y 10 6—16/7 6—17/ 11 rf— 20/ 6 6— 
22/7 6—24 / 7 6—27/ 10 «— I m 10 c— 3 m 
10 «— 6 m 10 6—8 m 6 c— 10 m 10 6—18 m 11 
c— 15 m 6 rf— 1 7 m 8 6—20 m 10 6—22 m 6 6— 
24 m 13 c— 27 m 10 6—29 m 7 6 

Trade, Reduction of Wages and Price of, at 

Leeds, bm^d 

• in America, 16 m 6 a 

in Durham, 6/7 c— 7 /7 a— 12 m 6 6 

Wages Question, 18 m 8 6 

Cobb (Francis) on Silkworm Grain, 26 ; 8 e 

Cochineal, State of the Market, 11 ; 7 o— 19 ; 7 
c— 20 ; 7/— 26; 6 e— 8/ 7/— 22y 7/— 8 m 6 
c— 29 m 7 c 

Cock Kills a Child at Glasgow, 80 m9 a 

Cocoa, State of the Market, 10; 6 c— 17 ; 7 c— 
24 7 7/— 31; 7 f-'7/7 c— 14 /lO c— 21 f 12 
c— 28/ 10 6—7 m 10 6—21 m 6 /"— 28 m 10 c 

Codification of the Criminal Law, 8/3 c — 16 / 
10 a 

Codrington (Gen. W. J.) Army Mobilization, 19 
fii lOe 

Coffee, State of the Market, 4/7 d—b j 7 c— 6 ; 
7 c— 10; 6 c— 11; 7 c— 12; 7 «— 17; 7 c— 18 i 
7 6 & /-19 ;• 7 f— 20 ; 7/— 24 j 7/-26 ; 6 e 
—26 j 7 «— 27; 7 «— 81 ; 7/— 1 / 7 d—2 fid 
—3/7 e— 7/7 c— 8 /•7/— 10/7 e^l4/10 c 
—15/7/- 16/10/— 17/llJ— 2iy 12 c— 
22 /•7/— 23/ 10 6—24/ 10 e— 28/10 6—1 m 
6 /•— 2 m 6 6—8 m 10 /— 7 m 10 6—8 m 6 c— 9 
m 6 /— 10 m 7 /— 15 m 6 y— 17 m 8 6—21 m 6 
/*— 22 m 6 y— 23 m 6 6—24 m 18 c^28 m 10 c 
—29 m 7 6 

Cohen (Arthur) at Lewes, 2/6 s 

Coins ge. Lecture on, by Mr. Roberts, 80; 4/ 

Coins, Discovery of 6001b8. Weight of lUmaxi^ 
near Vetvmsv, l(i ) ^ d 

Colevidge (liOid^ «iii^ Vowjc^jmi^A ml J 

Coles (^Jo\xtv^ oil \iw^ ^XwiY ^ts2b«»«5^ 'i* 



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PAIJUUt 8 INDEX T(« '< TMK TIMES NKW8I*AT>KK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



College of Preceptors, Award of Prizes and 

Certificates, 26 j 8 a 
Collinson (Major-Gen.) Lecture on the Present 

Facilities for Invasion and Defence of £ngland, 

lOy 5/~19/'4« 
Colonial Appointments, 3^ 8 c— 10 / 8 6—20; 8 

6—26 / 10 «— 28 /' 8 d—7 m 8 r— 28 m 8 a 

Government Securities, in every days paper 

Produce Market, 3 ; 7 «— 5 ; 7 c— 6 j 7 6 — 

12 / 7 «— 19 ; 7 c— 20 ; 7 a— 26 j 7 «— 27 ; 7 h 

— 2/7 (/— 3/7 6— 10/* 7 6— 16 /" 10 /— 17 / 

11 c-23/10 ^—24/ iO 6—3 m iO «— 10 m 10 

6—16 m 6/— 17 m 8 a-23 m 6 6—24 m 13 6— 

29 m 7 6—30 w 5 6 
Colour Blindness, 1 i 11 6 — 3 J 8 c 
Colquhoum (P.) Turkish Administration in 

Albania, 5 m 6 c— 9 m 10 c 
Columbia, Insurrection, 12/6 d 

British, see British 

Colvin (S.; Lecture on Giotto*s Gospel of Labour, 

26 ; 6 e 
Comedy, Mr. Meredith's Lecture on, 5 /'4 f 
Commercial Guarantee Society, 20 j 1 d 
Intelligence (Foreign), 1 j 5 /*— 3 j 5 d — 4 

i 5 d—h i 6 </— 6 3 6 e— 8 > 6 6—9 ; 5 d— 10 ; 

5 e— 1 1 j 6 rf— 12 J 6 (/— 13 ; 6 e— 15 > 6 a— 16 
J 6 d—n 7 6 <f— 18i 6 e-19 j 5 e— 20 ; 6 rf— 

22 i 6 a-28> 6 c— 24 i 5 6—26 ; 5 e-26 j 6 e 
—27 J 6 rf— 297 5 «— 30 i 6 «— 81 j 5 rf-2 / 5 
/_3/5 «— 6/6 c— 6 /•6 «^— 7/6 «-8/6 e— 
9/6 rf-10/6 1^-12 fb f^-lS/B e-14/6 6 
—16/6 d— 16 / 6 rf— 17 /•6 rf— 19 /6/— 20 /* 

6 «— 21/6 c— 22/5 6-23/6 c— 24 /■6 rf-26 
/•O 6—27/6 c— 28 J 6/— 1 m 5 e— 2 m 6 «— 3 
m 6 /— 6 m 3 d—7 m 6 rf— 8 m 6 /— 9 m 6 <— 
10 m 5 e— 12 m 6 a— 13 m 6 e— 16 to 5 «— 16 m 
6 c— 17 TO 7/— 19 m 6 6—20 to a /*— 21 m 6 «— 

23 m 6 rf— 24 m 7y— 26 to 6 c— 27 to 5/— 28 w 
5 «— 29 TO 6 «— 30 to 8 rf— 31 w 6 e 

Treaties with Frarce, 18 j 8/ 

Official Notice, 19 m 9 e . 

Union Assurance Company, 28 / 10 a— 15 

m6 « 

Commissions on Sales, Notes about, 2 7 4 «— 8 j 

8 6—4 ; 7f—oj 10 e—S j 11 <— 9 / 7 rf— 10 ; 

6/— 11 ; 7 6— I2y 11/— 13y 12 a— 16; 12 a 

—19 j 11 /— 20 ;• 6 rf— 22 7 10 </— 29 ; li /—I 

/7/-8/12r-6/7« 

Paper on, \Zj 12 a 

Commons Enclosure Question, 27 w 6 e 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Shares in, in 

every day*s paper 
Compton (a Veteran Comedian) Benefit for, 

Sketch of his Life, 19 /4 rf 
Letter of Thanks for the Result of his 

Benefit, 22 to 8 c 

Note en the Fund, 22 to 8 6 

Compulsory Loan— a Robbery, 9 to 10 6 
Coneours Poetique— Announcement, 24/11 c 
Condemned Meat, 17 w 8 « 
Confederation of South Africa, \S flOe 
Conference of Librarians in Philadelphia, 27 j9f 

Proposal for, in London, Note about, 1 6 / 4 a 

Confiding Butler, 4 / 10 c— 10 ; 4/ 
Consresa of ''AmencaniBtB, " 9; ie 

or Or/en tail's t8, 26 ; 7 d 

^^^^ssJonal Library, Librarinn 's noport nOj 7 e 



Connolly (Thos.) American Beef, 81 to 10 6 

Philadelphia Exhibition, \2 ) 3 d 

Conscience Money, 2/9 «— 4i 9/— 8 i 9 /— 9 ; 
f e—ia i 9 «— 187 12 a— 20 i 9/— 24 ; 9 e— 26 
j 9 «— 31 ; 10 6—3 /'9 /"-IO /^y— 13 / 9 /— 
16/9 /'— 19/9 s— 23 fb f^26/9 «— 27/9/ 
_1 m 9 /'_5 ,n 9 /— 6 to il a— 8 to 8 6—9 to 9 
/— 12 TO 9 /— 16 TO 9 /•— 20 TO 9 /•— 21 to 9 /— 
27 to 9/— 29 TO 9 « 
Conservatism in Lancashire, 1 j 11 6 
Conservative Meeting at Liverpool! 25 j 7 a 
Contemporary Review, New Proprietor, \5 j 6 d 

— 16j6rf— 17;9/ 
Continental Pictures Exhibition, 27 m 4 </ 
Contraband — American Shipments of Small 
Cannon, 22j7f 

in Portugal — English Sovereigns, 19 / ll 6 

Convict Prisons, Report of Directors, XZJf^f 
Convocation. Adjournment of, 1 ^ 9/— 10/ 9 / 
C^k(Capt.) Report on the Monument Erected 
to the Memory of, in Owhyhee, 24 to 10/ 

(Nath.) New South Wales Statistics, 8 j 6 e 

and Son, on the Mahomedans and Chris- 
tians in Syria. 2J / 10/ 
Cooke (Rev. Charles) on Trusteeahip and the 

Stock Exchange, 28 to 10 6 
C^kery in Board Schools, tee Education 

School of, at South Kenshigton, •/6 6 

and the Society of Arts Scholarships, 5/ 

6/ 
Coote (Thomas) on Floods, 80 m 10 a 

Coppered Peas, Notes on, 25 j6f 

Copying Machines, 28 /* 6 6 

Copyright Commission, 12/9/ 

Coral Fishers off Torre del Greco, 20 i 5 e 

Corfield (Dr.) Lecture on Food and Drink, 12 m 

76 

on Pure Air, 12 /*12 a 

on the Laws of Health, 27jSd 

Com, Qtate of the Market, 1 ; 7 /— 2y 7 rf— 3 7 

7 /•_4 ;• 7 e-bj 7/— 67 7 d— 8 j 7 rf— 9 J 7 6 

—10 j 6 c— 11 ;• 7 rf— 12 / 7/— 18 j 6 e— 15 j 

7 d—lSj 7 e— 17 ; 7 e— 18 ; 7 e— 19 ; 7 c— 20 

j 7 6—22 7 7 «— 23> 7|c— 24 j 7 d— 26 ; 6 c— 26 

j 7 c-27 y 7 e— 29 7 7 6—30 7 7 d—dl j 7 c— 1 

/7 e-f f7 d— 3/7 /•— 5/7 e-6/7 c— 7/ 7 

c— 8/7 d— 10 /7 </— 12/7 «— 18 /"IO 6—14/ 

lOe— 16/7 e— 16/10 /•— 17/11 y— 19 /•7 d 

—20 / 6 rf— 22/ 7 A— 28 f 10 /"— 24 / 10 e— 26 

J 7/-27/ 10 e-28 / 10 c— 1 w 10/— 2 mS e 

—3 TO 10 /— 6 TO 7/— 6 TO 10 d—7 m 10 6—8 m 

6 c— 9 TO 6 6—10 m 10 6—12 m 6/— 18 w 11 rf 

—14 TO 10 6—16 TO 6 /— 16 TO 6 c— 17 to 8 d— 

19 m 7/— 20 to 10 6—21 m 6 6—22 m 6 /— 23 

TO 6 /— 24 TO 13 c- -26 TO 7 c— 27 to 10 6—28 m 

10 6—29 TO 7 «— 30 TO 4 /"—SI to 7/ 

Export Returns, 20 7 4 /" 

New Plant in Alexandria, 15/6 6 



Corporate Legislation. Deputation to (jovem- 

ment about, 10 m 6 6 
Corps of Commissionaires, Donations, %j 5 e— 8 

/8 a— 8 TO 11 A- 31 TO 8a 

and H. M.Navy, 7 to 8 6 

and the Post Office, U fh A- 21 /12 c 

Corrections, 2/9/— 24y 9/-26/6 c— 26/7 a 

— 16to4c— \^m'a/. 
Colon's S\\Avmcivl4 o! ^Wtx'y, \ 3 1 d 



liar. 31, 1877.] palmer's indsx to tiik " times'* NKvvsrAPKr:. 



Cr( 



Cost of Disinf octants, 13./ 4 / 

of Poaching ProiecutionSf 9 m 5 e 

eottoo. State of Trade in, Sj 7 e-^Aj 7 d—5 j 7 
c^S j 7 c— 9 ; 7 rf— 10 j 6 c— 11 ; 7 c—12 / 7 « 
—\ij 6 rf— 16 ; 7 c— 17 ; 7 c— 18 ; 7 /*— 19 ; 7 
c—20> 7 /•— 23j 7 rf— 24> 7/--25 ; 6 €—26j 
7 e— 27 J 7 «— 30y 7 d-Sl ; 7^-1 /"7 d—2 f 
7 rf— 3 / 7 e— 6 / 7 e— 7/ 7 c— 8/ 7 /•— 10 /"Y 
<— 13/ JO d— 14/* 10 c- 15/7 /•— 16/10 /— 
17 / 11 <f— 20 /•6 rf— 21 fl2 c— 22/7/— 23 / 
10 i— 24/10 e— 27/10/— 28/10 ^—1 »» 6 / 
— 2 m 6 b^Sm 10/-6 m 10 </— 7 m 10 &— 8 w 
6 c— 9 III 6 /— 10 m 7 /— 13 m II d—\5 m 6 / 
—16 m 5 r— 17 m 8 i— 20 m 10 ^—21 m 6/— 
22 m 6 /'— 23 m 6 fr— 24 m 13 c— 27 m 10 c— 28 
wi 10 c— 29 m 7 b 

Coanty Fire and Provident Life Office, New 
Manager, 17 m8 b 

Rates, Parliamentary Return, 29 m 10 e 

COURT OF ALDERMEN :— 

Brokers Admitted, 14/10 d 

Lunatic Asylum, 15 m 12 a 

Meetings. 17>10 6 

Prison Bill, 14 / 10 </— 16 m 12 a 

Mr. Staples Takes his Seat, 17 j 10 6 

COURT OIROULAR :— 

Audiences, lOy 8 a 

Drawing Rooms by the Queen, Notice of, 

20 ; 9 f—^ f% 6— 7/8 c— 10/8 a— 14/8 c— 
17/9 o— 21/ 5/— 24 f 8 a— 28/8 d— 3 m 8 
a— 7 m 8 c— 10 m 8 c— 14 m 7/— 15 w 8 a— 24 
m 13 c— 28 m 8 a— 31 m 8 c 

Duke of Cambridge, Illness of, 17/ 10 / — 

28y 9 /•— 12 m9/— 14 mh «— 21 m 9/— 22 m 9/ 

of Connaught in Dublin, 8/9 e — 2 m 9/ 

of Edinburgh's Infant Daughter Chris- 
tened at Malta, 2 ; 5 </— 9> 6 6 

the Duchess Holds a Reception at the 



Valetta Palace, 12 ; 6 </ 

Morements of, 26 ^ 6 e— 12 fh «— 13 / 

6 e— 14/6 6—9 m 6 «— 14 ai 5 «— 19 m 6 a 



10 a 



Announced, SO j 9 f 



Lord Beaoonifield Presents Mr. Allan 

Young of the Pandora, who is Knighted, 14 m 
8a 

— Movements of the Court, 9 ; 9 « 

— New Tear*s Festivities at Sandringham, 3 ; 



Official Court Not to be Held this Season, 

S0i9J 
Orders of the Court Going into Mourning 

for the Princess Charles of Prussia, 20jBb 
-^ — Prince Imperial, Review of Events During 

bis Past Life, 16 nt 8 6 
no Birtbdajr Celebmtion »t Cliisleburst, 



Easter Bounties, Distribution of, 30 m 7 / 

— Empress Eugenie Leaves for Spain, 2 m 9 
/— 12 m 6/ 

— Levees by the Queen, 3 m 8 q— 7 m 8 c— 10 
in 8 c— 13 m 10 a— 15 m5 f 

by the Prince of Wales, 81 j 8 a— 3/8 b 

— 7/» c— 10 /•8 a— 14 fS c— 17^ 9 a— 21/5 
/— 24/ 8 a— 27 / 10 a— 28/ 10 rf— 24 m 18 e 
—28 m 8 a— 31 mSc 

List of Prwentations, 16/ 10 a— 27 / 



Court Circular (rnntinvetl). 

Pni»c-eof Wales at Kiiubdlfon, 15 ; r»/> — IG j 

10 r-1 7> 1) /— 18 / i;/-L>0 J Gy -22 J 9/-2;i 

Hunting at Harpley, 5 /'9 c 

and Princess of Wales have a Ball at 



Marlboroui^h House, 10 m 9 /*— 13 m 10 e 

(Celebration of the I4th AnniTersary of 



the Mariiage of, 12 ;/i 6 « 

on a Cruise in the Mediterranean, 21 m 



1)/— 26 m 9 «— 27 w9/* 

and Family Return to London, 7 f 9 e 



9/ 



Queen's Birthday Celebration, 28 m >s a 
Court and Drawing Room, 3 m 10 a — h m 



Intended Visit to Germany, 23 fh b 
Denied, 2Af9f 



Return of the Queen to London, 7 J 9 e 
to Osborne, 28 7W 9 /* 



Duchess of Teck, Illness of, 14 m 5 e — 21 

m 9/ 
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL :— 
Aid. Besley's Bequest of Pictures to, 1 y 

7/ 

Commons Preservation, 19 y 10 f 

Elections, 19; 10./ 

Fund for Distressed Widows, &c., of Ship- 
wrecked Fishermen, 24 in 6/ 

Increased Accommodation for Billingsgate, 



16 /"So 

— Irish Estates of Rusky, Proposed Sale of, 
2 M 6/— 5 m 5 /• 

Grants Sought for, 2 to 6 /* 

Society and Foyle Bridge, Derry, 16 / 8 a 

— Markets Committee, I J 7/— 24 m 6 / 

— Meetings, 19 j lOy 

— New Members, 13/8 6 

Thames Bridge, 26 y 7 /"— 27 j 6 b 

— Plumstead Common, 1/7/ 

— Preservation of Dartford Brent, 16 /*8 o 
Report of the Royal Reception Committee, 



2 WI 6 /* 

Covent Garden Market, Price List of Goods on 
Sale, 1 ; 7 c— 6 j 7 c— 16 / 7 c— 2O7 7/— 27 j 
7 e—S / 7 e— 10/7 e— 17 ^11 d— 24 /lO c— 3 
m lOy— 10 TO 7/-17 TO 8 6-" 24 to 13 c— 31 m 

7/ 
Cowen (Cuthbert) on the Burial Certificates 

Required by the Bank of England, 10 vi 8 6 

(Joseph) at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 31 j 6 a 

at Newcastle, 29 ; 10 c- 5/ 10 c 

Cox (Homersham) on Tunbridge Schools, 17 m 

12 d 

(Edw. W.) on Serjeants at Law, 26^ 8 6 

Craigie (Capt.) Paper on the Cost of Local 

Government, 23 m 4 b 
Crawshay (Rose Mary) Cruelty to Animals, 18 

(Mrs.) on Gentlemen Helps, 30 i 7/ 

on Lady Helps, 23 ; 8 c— 3/4/ 

Credit Company, li f 7 d 

Foncier of England, 6 / 7 a 

of France, 26/6/ 

of Mauritius, 23 m ^ a— *L^ mVi 4 

Crete, F-kviWon ol \:>^^\x\\^% Vw >Jwii'Y\s2e*ik.^^l^^- 
Uamenl Bclw*e^ M . -^ J '^ ^ 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Cretin nntl the New Turkish Constitution, 5 m 
12 a 

Preparing for a Rising. 19 to 6 d — 24 m 7 e 

Crimean War, Sentence from the Prince Con- 
sort's Life on, 5 m 1 W 
Crimes of Violence in Liverpool, 17 / 7 « 
CRDOKAL TRIALS :— 

Abbott, John, for Fraud, 22 m 11 / 

Ainsworth. Geo., for Stealing, 67 12 a 

AUaway, Stephen, for Fraud, 6^" 11 rf 

Appleby, Henry, for Fraud, 9^ 11 a — 11 j 

1 1 </, two notices 

Bagness, John, for Robbery, 7 m 1 1 d 

Baker, Charles, and others, for Murder, 17 

m 13 c 

Frederick Edwin, for Murder, 27 m 11 a 



—29 m 11 e 

— Banyard. Arthur, for Stealing, 13/ 11 c 

— Bates, Charles, and others, for Murder, 2 m 
lie 

— Beer. George, for Stealing, 9/11 a 

— Belloir, — , for Murder, 15 w 5 c — 16 m 6 b 
Bentley, — , for Atteu.pted Murder, 15 m 



Mb 

Bennett, Thomas, for Wilful Murder, 2 m 

lie 

Bereaford, Lord Marcus, for Assault, 23 m 

lid 

Bernstein, Michael, and another, for Con- 
spiracy, 80 m 9 6 

Bickle, £11, and another, for Poaching, 22/ 

11 

Bishop, J^ne, for Manslaughter, \lj\lc 

Ann, for Attempted Suicide, 17 m 12 a 



— Blandford, John Snelling,for Manslaughter. 
19/"llrf 

— Bond William, for Manslaughter, 5 m 10 / 

— Bonfield, Wm., for Acsault, 21 m 11 cf 

— Bouyn, — , for Poisoning a Fellow Paasen- 
ger in a Train near Toulon, 26/6 a 

— Boyart, — , for Inciting a Young Man to 
Murder his Parents, 7 m 10 /* 

— Boys, Wm., for Damaging a Half-SoTereign, 
17 m 12 a 

Edward Chas., and others, for Reoeiring 



Stolen Property, 10 m II d 

— Brown, Thos., for Stealing, 12 / 10 / 

— Geo., for Fraud, 7 /" 1 1 c 
Wm.. for Wife Aroault, 22 /" 11 6 



— Burke, Sarah, for Forgery, &c., 10 i 11 & 

— Butland, John, for Manslaughter, 9 m 11 e 

— Calder, Wm., for Burglary, 7 m 11 d 

— Callaghan, John, for Murder, Respited, 1 j 
10/ 

— Carbines, John Hooper, for Scuttling a Ship, 
14 mile 

— Carter, Edw., for Wounding, isy 11 c 
Richard Bernard, for Attempted Suicide, 



16mll(f 

— Clark, Wm., and others, for Murdor, 9 m 
11a 

— Clement and Palmer, for Conspiring to 
Fraud, 7> lie— 8illJ 

— Cleterley, James, for Bigamy, 30 m 9 d 

— Oj^de^ Benry Robert, for Stealing, 20 m 11 6 
Cdhea, Monis, for Fr&nd, J4 m 11 b 



C^e, Ww,, and Another, forStpaliag, SOmdd 



Criminal Trials (nnUinved), 

Connor and Gorman, for Manslaughter, IG 

w 0/* 

Oook. Edw., for Assault. 9; 11 a 

Costello, Mary, for Fraud, 23 m 11 « 

Cotter, John, for Robbery, 8 w 11 a 

Coutes. Samuel, for Manslaughter, \\ j \\h 

Cux, Joseph Alfred, for Stealing, 10 ji* 11 a 

Thos., for Stealing, 6 /* 11 c 



— Crawley, Henry, for Attempted Burglary. 
Hill a 

— Curtis and Arnold, for Conspiracy, \m\2b 

— Davis, Henry, for Fraud, 8 m 10/ 
Valentine, for Shooting with Intent, 37 



m 11a 

Dawson, Charles, and others, for Poaching, 

26/11 d 

Day, Wm., and others, for Murder, 20/10 

d-.21 /ll 0—22/11 d 

— DuflFery, Eliza, for Stealing, 8/11 6 

Duffy, Owen, for Stealing, 10^' 11 a 

Duppell, Wm., for Libel, 27 //- 10 e 

Edmunds, Thomas John, for Stealing, 6 J 

12a 

Egan, Patrick, for Stealing, 21 w 11 d 

Emmanuel, Charles, and others, for Fraud, 

6 m 11 f—lm 11 d 

English, Geo. Wm., for Forgery, 13 i lid 

Eskersley, Wm.. for Stealing, 67 11 < 

Evans, James, for Assault, 27 m 11 c 

Feeney, Thomas, and another, for Burglary, 

27 m 10/ 

Fitzgibbins, Mary, for Stealing, 13 i 11 r 

Flowers, Louis, for Selling Indecent Photo- 

tographs, 17 m 12 a 

Forbes, John, for Assault, %J W h 

Fortune, Robert, a Lunatic, for Murder, € 

Fox, Chas., for Embezzlement, \0j\\ a 

Francis, Fred., for Stealing, 7 /'ll A 

Franklin, Samuel, for Stealing, 8 m 10/ 

French, Mary Ann, for Stealing, 8/11 b 

for Incendiarism, 9 m 10 e 



— Gibb, — , for Swindling, 22/6 c 

— Godefory, Louis Victor, for Murder, 22 /"u 
c— 26 / i/— 5 m 4 d—h m 5 e 

— Goldfinch, Gilbert, for Embezzlement, 8 J 
lib 

— Goring, Henry, for Fraud, 8 m 1 1 a 

— Gough, Lewis, for Attempting to Upaet a 
Train, 16 m 11 h 

Graham, Charles, o/tai Lever, for Stealing, 



^^ 



7 tub 

Granger, — , for Betting, 22 /* 11 « 

Gray, Wm., for Burglary, 11/11 a 

Green, John, for Stealing, 6 / 1 1 c 

Griffin, Jonn, for Stealing, 7 fl\ b 

— - Guy, Mrs., for Murder, 22/11 e 
— i-- Harris, John, for Perjury, 1 m 12 a 
^-^ Havard, Thos., for Bigamy, 23 m 11 a 

Hayes, Dennis, for Assault, 9 ; 11 a 

Hines, Main^aret, and anothor, for Attempt- 
ing to Steal, 13 / 1 1 c 

Hinks, — , and others, for Fraud, 7 m 11 «f 

Hirst, Jesse, for Shooting with Inteni, 27 

m 11 a 
HoWeu, TVio«,, lot ^rci>»iZ3NftVQ«DX> VI wi V'X i^ 



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CrixniiiAl Trials front inveii). 

Huckle, Williiiin, for Overcharge in a Cab 

Fare, 17/12rt 

Hughes, James, for EmbcKzlemcnt, 7 /* 11 6 

Hunter and Chitty, for Stealing. 19 y 11 </ 

Hymus. Geo., for Stealing, 7 « 1 1 </ 

Ingle. Michael, for Penury, 19 m 11 c 

I-aacfl, Benjamin, for Stealing, 7/116 

Ivey, Arthur, for Attempted Murder, 22/ 

11 c 



— Jackson, Ord, and others, for Fraud, 15 m 
10/— 16 m 11 a— 17 w 11 6 

— JelJiff and Russell, for Fraud. 19./ 11 fi 
Jenkins, Edward Fcwley, for Perjury, 12 m 



\0d 



— Jennings. Francis, for Burglary, ]Sj\ld 

— Jerris, Krnest Scott, for Debtors' Act Of- 
fence, S M W d 

— Johnson, Charles, for Sheep Stealing, 22 / 
11 a 

John Henry, for Murder, H m 11 d 



— Jones, Joseph John Alley, for Embezzle- 
ment, S m II a 

Wm., and another, for Manslaughter, 1 1 

jUc 



Judge, Wm.. for Assault, 12 y 10 / 
— Kavannah, Geo., for Robbery with Violenct, 

Kelly, Martin, and another, for Stealing, 12 



; !<)/ 

-*— Kershaw, Maria, for Manslaughter, IC m 
11 r 

Kirkbride, Eliz. Mary Louise, for Conceal- 



ment of Birth, 24 / 11 d 

Kirk ham, Ann. for Embezzlement, 7 /* 1 1 6 

I^acombe. Ant. Prieur de, for Arson, 12 m 

o e 

Laden, Catherine, for Arson, 19 //ill d 

Law, Arthur, for Indecent Assault, 8 /n 11 a 

Lawrence, Wm.. for Fraud, 16 ; 11 rf 

Leicester. Wm., for Stealing, 10,; l\ a 

Link, Chas. Wm., and others, for Stealing, 

2m 11 « 

Long. Wm. Edw.. for Stealing, 8 w 10/ 

Loreng. John, for Rape, 19 //i lie 

Lott, John, and others, for Stealing, 7/116 

Lyons. Elizabeth, for Stealing, 8 /" 11 a 

Maccover, Elias, for Stealing, 10.; 11 a 

2^1aceau, Peter, and Wife, for Stealing, 22 

/• 11 (/ 

McCarthy, Dennis, for Assault, II7 11 o 

M-Connon, Michael, for Murder, 12/11 a 

MKenna. John, for Wife Murder, 6 m 11 d 

M-Leod. C-apt., for Murder, 21 »/• 9 / 

M'Pherson, Wm., for Stealing, 10; 11 a 

Mackey, Francis, for Stealing. 8 m 1 1 a 

Mankey, Jas., for Fmbezzlement, 7 mil h 

— 8 w 1 1 c 

Man ton, Emily Joyce, for Theft, 10/9/ 

Mariner, — , and another, for Poaching, 2 

m \\d 
Marshall, Benjamin, for Attempted Mur- 
der, 19/ 11 d 

MatsoQ, Louisa, for Fraud, \0 m 11 d 

Merchant, Henr>^, for Frnud, 28 m il c 

MJddleton, Wm., and others, for Foachin<», 

I' mile ** 



Orimlnal Trials (rontinued). 

Milbrow, Wm., f«r Indecently Assaulting 

Children, 6/ 1 1 d 

Monk, Leonard, for Manslaughter, 19/ 11 d 

Moore, Francis, for Perjury, o m 11 A 

Morgan. Wm., and others, for Indecent 

Assault, 24 fix h 

Morris, Josephine, foi Perjury, 5 /« 11 h 

Thos., and others, for Stealing, 31 j 1 1 d 

Fox and others, for Stabbing, 20 / 10 /' 

r. 3o /« 



9c 



Morse, Geo., for Attempted Murder, 



Moseley, Henry, for Stealing. 8 /« 1 1 a 
Moss, John Wm., and Wife, for Man- 

slaujjhter, 28 / 1 1 c 

Muir and Swan, for Arson, 12 m 6 a 

Munday, Elizabeth, for Keeping an Un- 
registered Lodging House, 17/12 a 

Murphy, Wm., for Assault, 7y 11 c 

Nickless, Henry, foj" Wounding, 5 m 10/ 

Novis, — , for Assault, 2 m 1 1 </ 

Nock, Alex., for Manslaughter, 5 /n 10/ 

O'Connor, George, for Wilful Damage, 8 / 

11 a 
Offer, James, and another, for Stealing, 7/ 

11 h 
Okill. John, and another, for Receiving 

Stolen Goods, 17 /'12 a 
Ohson, Donald Henry, for Bankruptcy Act 

Offence, 10 //i 12 a 
Oliver. Edward, and another, for Stealing, 

21 m\\ d 

O'Shca. Thomas, for Dog Stealing. 6/11 e 

Parker, John, for Wilful Murder, 24 / 11 c 

Pearson, Ellen, for Stealing, 22 /* 1 1 * 

Peimington, William, for Manslaughter, 29 

m 11 d 
Phillips, Robt., real name Peter Brelden- 

bender, for Stealing, 6/11 e 

Plumb, Thos., for Assault, 15 j 4/ 

Powell, Jane, for Murder, 29 //i 1 1 d 

Power John, and another, for Stealing, 7/ 

11 b 

Prestopino, Joseph, for Stealing, 24/ 1 1 b 

Price, Wm., and another, for Attempted 

Murdcr^ 16/9 s 

Prior, Thomas, for Burglary, 2'6 m \l b 

Quilter, John, for Murder, 15 m \i d 

Reed, Geo., for Arson, 1 1 j 1 1 // 

Regan, Ann, for Stealing, 1 1 ^ 1 1 a 

Regney, Edward, for Murder, 15 /« 11 d 

Reynolds, Wm., and others, f<ir Pilfering, 

&c., 26/11 c 
Roberts, Robt. John, for Embezzlement, 10 

jUb 
Robinson, George, for Stealing, 20 m 11 6 

—26 »f \\ b 
Robson, Thomas H., for Wounding, 10 7 

11 a 

Rogers, Frederick, for Stealing. 20 m 1 1 6 

Rosier, Philip, for Wounding. 23 tn \\ a 

Salmon, Wm., for Wounding a Gelding, 16 

; 10 r 
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PALMER 8 INDEX TO " TDK TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 :o 



Criminal Trials Oouthueit), 

J^lade rrosecution, Note about, 31 i 11 fl 

Slater, Thunias, and oilieis, for Poaching, 

^IM 10/ 

Smith, John, for Assault, 13 ; 11 d 

James, and others, for Poaching. Assault, 

&c., 20/ 10« 
Henry Mert on, for Stealing. 20 mil h 



Smithers. George, for Burglary, 9 wi 1 1 « 

r Spires, Wni.. and others, for Attempted 

Murder, 21 m lO « 
Stunt, Wm., and another, for Manslaughter, 

8tN 11 b 
— Sudbury. Robert, for Burglary, 9 in 10 e 

Summershill, James, for Murder, 20 m II h 

Taylor, Wm., and others, for Murder, 14 m 



lie 

— Thompson. Joseph, for Penury, 22/11 e 

— Thorpe, Henry, for Assaulting and Wound- 
ing. 26 m 1 1 c 



Treadaway , Frederick, for Murder, 8/11 
c — 9 foe 
— ifsher, George, for Stealing, 6/11 c 

Valentine, George, and another, for Steal- 



ing. 10 M 11 d 

Vickery, Wm., for Stealing, 22 /" 11 A 

Victor, Trevelli. for Forgery, 12 w 12 « 

Vince, Thomas, for Embezzlement, 10 m 

11 d 

Wiillers, Maria, for Unlawful Possession, 

11./11.I 

Waring. Anne, for Stealing, IO7 11a 

Watts, John Francis, for Railway Act Of- 
fence, 12 1/1 11 « 

' Wenigo, Mordan. for Attempted Murder, 

10/9/ 

White, Henry, for Murder, 15 m 11 ^ 

Wiggett, Alfred, and another, for Stealing, 

J3 I 11 c 

Wigley, John, for Stealing, 9 ; 1 1 c 

Williams. Daniel, and others, for Wound- 
ing, 24/11 d 

Edward, for Manslaughter, 7 wi 1 1 r 

John, and another, for Attempted Fraud, 



12/10/* 

— Wilson, Walter, for Stealing, 11 / 11 a 

— Winpley, John, for Stealing, ft m 1 1 a 

— Witherington, Lawrence, for Wife Assault, 
17. /•12a 

— Woman, for Assistance, 17 7m 12 a 

— Wood. John, and another, for Stealing, 8 in 



10/ 



11 d 



Wm., and another, for Conspiracy, 16 j 

Wm. Fred., for Embezzlement, 6 /"ll c 

Woodmen, Six. Summonses for Leaving 

their Employ. 17/12 a 

Young. James, for Murder, 17 m 13 </ 

C o ke*8 Force, 12 w 4/ 

Cioom (E. F.) on the Hatcham Case, 16^ 6 6 

Cross (— ) on Prisons, 27/5/ 

(K. A.) at Liverpool, 25/ 7 d 

Crossley (John) & Co. Limited. 2/ 7 6 
Crouch fKev. W.) on the Hatcham Case, 16/6 6 
• r^rntre /,Z A. > on iJie Old Masters, 24 j JO d 
/^rr>Hrn IVJndffiJh. 2H /-Q c—2G m 9 f 

€.rf.j/^ r^,Tas.J on the Guano Contracts, 3 m 10 b 



Cruelty to Animals, 18 ; 4 /» 
Note about 16/3 A 



to a Servant, 15 /5y— 10/5 d—2'2 / 7 t— 

2 mbe 
Crystal Palace, Accounts. 20 / 7 d 
Annual Exhibition of Caged Birds at, 19 /" 



Good Friday at, 31 m 9/ 

Meeting at the Mansion House to Arrange 

a "Sew Scheme for Carrying it on, 8/6 (/— i:* 
flOd 

Meeting?, 17/ 11 /* 

Notes about. 20 fG 6—21/12 a— 22/ 7 a 

Pigeon Show at, 11 j 4/ 

Proprietors* Meeting, 13 / 10 c 

Report of the Company, 14/ 10 eJ 

and Mr. Sawyer's OflFer to Lease, 12/7 a 

Cuba, Miscellaneous News, 19/5/ — 21 7/} 5 « 

Pacification of Cinco Villas, 1 w 5 e 

Slavery in, 16 w 5 </ 

War News, 27 w 5 / 

Curfew Bell, Buckingham Still Uses it, 2 f'Sk 

Currie (Donald) Naval Stations and Telegraph*, 
6 7A 4 e 

Curtin (Jeremiah) Political Assimilation, 3y 10 // 

Curtis (Rev. C. Q.) on Armenians, 6^' 6 e 

Customs* Duties, 20 j 4 /* 

Returns, Sj 7 6—8/7 c 

Cyclone Wave in Bengal, 2 j 10 a—Sj 5 /*— 5^ '4 
e—ej 9/— 13 / 9 e— 12 iw 5 o 

Cymmrodorion Society, Meeting of, at Free- 
mason's Tavern, 22 / 4 / 

D. 

Dahoroy and France, 12 / 8 & 

Dairy Show, International, at Hamburg, 5 m 4 e 

Damaging Apologies, 15 / 5 e 

Dangers of Delay— the German Soldier and the 

French Bonds, 29 »i 6 r 
Danube Passages and the Passes of the Belkaii.o. 

a Lecture by Col. Wood, 1 2 j 8 h 
Danubian Navigation Company, 22 / 7 6 
Darbyshire (J.) Art in Hospitals, 3 /" I '2 r 
Dartmouth (Lord) at Stafford, 31 / 6 r 
Darwin (Charles^ Holly Berries, 11 / 7 /' 
Testimonial to, on his Sixtv-Ninih Birth- 
day, 22/1 1/' 
Davenport (W. B.) on Misgovernment in .\l- 

bania, 9 m 10 c 
Davies (Emily) on Girton College. 19 j 3 ^ 
Dawes (Wm.) on the Great Plover, 6/5 d 
Deaf and Dumb Alphabet — Magistrate at Guild- 
ford Examines a Prisoner and Dischai^e^ him, 
Ij 6e— 9/lOc 

Association for the Oral Instruction of. 

Dinner in Aid of, the Prince of Wales Presid- 
ing, M nt S b 

Farrar, a Mute. Passes the Cambridge 

Examinations with Honours — First Instance 
of Such a Case, 7 m 11 e 

Sculptor — Joseph Gawen, 23 w 9 /* 

Deaths. Mysterious, of a Father and Two Sons 

at Walsingham, 13/ 11 d 
DEATHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, oi hW DefiXYv% Vh xW \^t\\.\&1\ Douii- 
nions, as aUo ol «.U Bt\X\*\i ^vsXiV»:\^ \>>j\tv% 



Mar. 30, 1^<77.] PALaicR's index to the ** timk9 '* MKw»i*ArRR. 



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BaAthB (continued). 
abroAd, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it it not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times, 

Autran, M., the Poet, 7 m r» c 

Ba^ehot, Walrcr. 27 in '.» / 

fiahed<»or. Sir .lunpf. 'A m .> f—5 m 5/ 

Bandon. Ltud. li) /y e— 20/5/ 

B r h. Lanvj. the Gcolog[ist, 1 /*6 e 

BeJc'icr. sir Fldward, 19 w 6/— 20 m5j 

nt-rwirk. Trfsident, 9 m 'J J 

— lioiiH parte. Prince Antoine, 29 w 5 « 
Booth, Matthew, the Last of the Cato St. 

Conspirators, 3 j 4/ 

Boston. Lord, 07 12 A 

Brockhaus, Professor H., 11 ; 12 6 

Buioz, M., Editor of the " lierue des Deux 

Mondes" Funerni of. UJ/ 5 r— 24> 10 c 

Burmah. Chief Qn<«en of. 11 ; 5/ 

Campbell, ';apt. Hugh, 13 / 6 b 

General Chanjfarnier, 16 / 5 c 

Funeral of, 17 /"o 6—19 fb d 

Anecdote of, 26 fX^b 



— Chisholm, Mrs. Caroline, the Emigrants* 
Friend, 26 w 6./— 28 w 11./ 

— Chung-Shihi, Governor of Siiungching, 3 7' 



;» r 



— C:iarke, Charles Cowden, 19 w 6/ 

— CUfford, Admiral Sir Augustus, 9 /'5;(/— 12 
/6 a 

— Cobbett, John Morgan, 15 /*9 /* 

— Cobbold, Rev. Richard. 8 712 a 

— Compiegne, Marquis de, 6 m it f 

— Comte, Widow of Auguste, 29 ; 5 rf 

— Cunjnghame. Sir Edward, 25 .» 9 e 

— Coulthurst, Wra., 12/9/-13/8 b 

— Crowe, Sir John Rice, Brititsh Consul in 
Norway, 16> 10 A— 24 ; 6</- 2r / n e- 12/8 b 

— Davis, Cspt. John Edward, ii / 8 n 

— Dawson, George, Meeting at Birmingham 
to Perpetuate the Memory of, 5 / 10 c 

— Digby, Col. G, S., 30 w 4 a 

— Dundas. Sir Darid, 24 m 12 d—S\ mSb 

— Earle. Sir Hardman, 27 / 9 c 
I'fter, r.I j'.>/— 5/9 / 



Ellixon, Jofteph. ^i m \ a 
Felix, Madame Sarah, l5jof 
Ferguson. Sir Wm., l2f6a—lof9f 
Funeral of. 16 /'9 /*— 19 /' 8 6 ' 



— Fitzgerald, Field Marshal Sir John Foster, 
28 7a 6/— 29 M 9 /— 30 m 4 b 

— Fordyce, Lt. (ien. Sir John, 7 w 8 6 

— Fortescue, Hon. G. M.. 29 i 4 f 

— Gage, Lord, 22 ; 9/— 23> 6 / 

— Gayer, Dr. A. E., Q.C., 16 / 5 </ 

— Glenny, John, 6 m I m 
Guerren, Bp. of Langres, Suddenly, 21 m 



ryd 



— Heath. Henry, 27 m \ b 

— Hall, Commander John. 27 j e 

— HamUton, Sir W., 15/6 d 

— Harrington, Sir John Edward, 15/9 / 

— Henry, Capt. G. F., from an Accident, 24 
/5 d 

— HoAre, Veij Rev. Dean, 12 fQ f 
^ HobhooBe, TbomMs Benj., 10 f 11 e 



Deaths {continued), 

Hook, Rev. James, 27j'5e 

Howe, Dowager Countess, SljB/ 

— Hugo, Rev. Thomas, 67 1 6 

Hyett, Wm. Henry, 13 m 10 f 

IreUnd, Richard Davies, 17 m 5 a 

Jacoby, Dr. Johnson, 8 m 5/— 9 m 5 e 

Keene, John, for Forty Years Governor of 

Horsemonger-Lane-Gaol. \0 f 5 e 

K'ung, Duke of, 27 f o r— I m f 

Landells, Robert. 6 ; 9 /* 

Langford, Rev. John Thonia*^, 27/1 a 

Lennox, Lord Geo. Chas. Gordon, '26/ S c 

Lindsey. Earl <i, 24 m 12 / 

Lindo, Dr. Mark Prayer, 26 w 9/ 

Loftas, Lord George, 24 / 5 e 

Mackay. Deputy Inspector General of Hos- 
pitals, 16 m 10 d^SO mSa&/ 

M'Lean. Sir Dcmald, 6 i» 1 1 a 

— Macnamara, Henry Tyrwhitt Jones, 3/ 9 #» 

Marigiioli, Signora Eniik^a, 9/5 c 

Mastai, Count Lingi, 10 / 6 c 

Merry, James, 6/6 e—SflO a 

Michell Dr., 30 m 4 r 

Middiemist, Rev. R., 17; 9/ 

Milton. Lord, 17 j o / 

Mohr, Dr, 1 / 5 e 

— Moiinier, Henri, the Novelist, &c., ojod 

Montebello, Madame de, Funeral of, 7 m 

5c 

Moresby, Adra. Sir Fairfax, 24 i 5 c 

Nardi, Cardinal, 23 m 5 c 

Nicolay, Marquis de, 1 9 7 5 rf 

Northampton, Marquis of, 5 m 9 e 

Obituary for 1876. I j 8 c— 2 j T. e 

0*ConneU, Charles, 23; 6/ 

Odger, Geon^, 5 w 6 c 

Funeral of. 10 m 5/— 12m 9/— 13 m 12 <r 

Notes alK)ut. 1 m 1 f 

Proposal to Haiso a Fund for the Widow,. 

15 w 10 6—21 m of 

— CEelie I. King of Arancania, S m 5 d 

0*Mahoney, John, a Fenian Head- Centre^ 

8/5 e— 19/11 6—23/11 /*- 24/5c 

Cardinal CuUen Refuses the Use of anv 



Chun-h for a Deinoii^tnition at tlie Funeral 
of, 2«;/(w/ 

Demonstration at Cork on tliu Burial of,. 



26/6 rf— 27/5 c 

Funeral of, 14 /*5 h—7 m 9 f 



Ongley, Lord, 23 ; 6 /— 25 ; 8 a 
Oxenford, John, 23/5y— 26 / 4/ 
— Funeral of , 1 m 5 /* 

Meeting to ICrect a Monument to, 29 /u 



9e 

— Page. Thonws. 20 ; 10 A 

— Piiludan- Mailer. Frederick, 5 ? 8 A 

— Perceval, Miss, Daughter of the Murderei! 
Statesman, 29 t 6 a 

Petherick, Mr. John, Wife of the African 



Explorer, 27 / 8 o 

— Ponsonby, Lady Emily, 5 /*6 e 

— Popofif, Rev. Basil, 21 m 10 c— 22 m^ f— *i-*^ 
ml2d 

— Pow\eU, Co\iTk\.^%^, 'i^ m ^ J 

PTU»a\a., Vxvwiea^ CXwtVi^^ vA, V^ *^ ^ ^"^^^ 



Dea 



PALMER S INDEX TO " THE T1MK8 NKWSl'ArER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Deftths (vontinned). 

Rosas, Gen. Juan Manuel de, 15 m 5 / 

Rothschild, Baroness Majer de, 12 m 10 fr 

— — Funeral of, U w S a— 17 ml f 

Roux, Eugene, 20 m 5 </ 

Rugg, John, 16 y 1 a 

Ryland, Arthur, 26 7a 10 a 

Salt, Sir Titus, 6 / 1 « 

Funeral of, 6.; 9 f 



— Senior, Mrs. Nassau, 29 m 5 / 

Smee, Alfred, 15 ; iO e 

Smith, Lady. 5/6 e— 8/6 f 

Wm.. the Print-dealer, 24 ; 7/ 



Sperling. Lieut. John, 28/6 a 

Spink, Gen. John, 27 m 6 a 

Suther. Dr. Peter, 26 m 10 a 

Sydney, Roman Catholic Abp. of, 19 m 6 6 

Svnd Noor Mahomed, 27 m 5/ 

Thorpe, Archdn. Thos., 27/1 a 

Wm.. 29 ; 1 a 

Townshend, Dowager Marchionef^s, Zlj&/ 

Tritton, Henry, of the firm of Barclay & 

Co., the Bankers, 4.; 7 c 

Unwin. Rev. Dr., 6/ 1 b 

Vanderbilt, Commodore, 5^5 c — 10^ 10 / 

— 19; 6a 

Waller, John T., the Norfolk Giant, 20 m 5 / 

Webster. Lt. Col. Joseph. 27 m 6 a 

Wesley, Lt. Gen. Sir "Samuel, 16i 6 e 

Wilke«. A(hnirnl. 9/5 r# 

Wurteiuburg^ Duke William Eugene of, 29 

Joe 

Debenham and Freebody. on the Drapery .Move- 
ment, 18 ; 7 6 

Storr and Sons, on Commission?, 8 / 11 / 

Deck Loading, 30 m 8 ^ 

Declaration of Paris, Mr. Bamaby's Paper on, 
5> 8 d 

Decorative Art, from the Spectator, 18 m 4 / 

Deliberate Gourmet, 13/9/ 

Delmar (F. <).) on the Great Eastern Railway, 
20 ; 7 a 

Dempsey (Dr.) Appeal for Turkish Soldiers, 15 

DENMARK:— 

Assault on the King of, 23 m 10 d 

Brix, the Socialist, Found Guilty, 15/6 « 

Budget, 3 fo «— 21 m 5 «— 27 m 5 /* 

Cattle Plague Regulations, 2 fbf—\2 fhe 

^— Grant to the F^hibitors for Paris, M ml e 
Pio and Gelefif, the Socialist Chiefs, Leave, 

26 m 6 6—29 m 6/ 

Poor Relief Recommended, 12/5 « 

^— Socialist Demonstration at Copenhagen, 9 

/5 c 
Dennistown (A.) on the Old Masters at Burling- 
ton House, 28/6 
Deputations, 13/7 </— 23/8 a— 24/5 rf 
Derby (Lord) on Austria and Herzegovina^ 28/ 
66 

Letter to Dr. Kenealy, 26 / 10 h 

Dickinson (James^ Law's Delay, I67 12 c 
Didut (Firmin) Collection in Preparation for 
Sale, 16 »i 10«— 17 m 12 a 
J?/71'e{SJrO.)on the FrMnco-Prussinn War. 6 ; 5 /* 
-jj-- Affdress to his Constituents, Ml Kensington, \ 






Diplomatic News, 2 fb e 
Eyes, 20 m 10/ 

Salaries, 19 mIO e 

DiscUimers, 19 ; 7 a— 23 j 11/— I J U d-~l/5 
/— 13 w 8 6 

Deane and Chubb, not Bankrupts, lljB-d 

Dis-establishment, Meeting at Leicester to Advo- 
cate, 24 i 9 e 

Disinfectants, Cost of, 13/4 f 

Waste of, in Sewers, I fA/ 

Dissenting Deputies, Meeting at Memorial Hall, 
30.; 9/ 

Distillers* Company, Banquet, 29 m 7 e 

Distress in the East, Meetings to Relieve, 13/86 

Dividends, Bankrupt, 3 j 8 c-6 ; 8 A— 10 ; 8 6— 
13 / 6 u—llj 8 6—20 ; 8 6— 247 8 c— 277 8 a 
—31 7 8 6—3 /•8 6—7/8 c— 10/8 6—14 /'8 c 
—17 /9 a— 21 /"S /'— 24/8 6-28/'8rf~3/a 
8 6—7 m 8 rf— lb m 8 r— 14 m 7 /— 17 m 8 y— 
21 m 8 d— 24 m 13 c— 28 m 8 6-31 mSc 

Divorce Court, Parliamentary Return of Cases 
in. 23/7/* 

BIVOBOE 6OUBT:— 

Amer v, Amer, 2 / 1 1 r 

Anderson v. Anderson, 2/ 1 1 c 

- Andrews r. Andrews and Turner, 14 in 11 a 

A>hbrook v, Ashbrook and Baillie, 1 m U-c 

AsIiMorth V. Oufcrani, 14 w 10 rf 

Baar v. Norris and others, 10/ lie 

Barr r. Barr and others. 10/11 c 

Bai row v. iiurruw and Parker, 24 ./ 1 1 o 

Batten V. Batten and Klsmore, Sf ii d 

JJi'ssi'X I'. UoAsvx and Wbtttington, 24 /* 1 1 « 

Birk^ V. Birkd, 13 m 12 a 

Bowman v. Bowman, 13 fn 12 a 

Cameion v. Cameron and Pickering, 1/11 c 

Charlton v. Charlton, 26 w 10/ 

Clarke i;. Cbirke, 3y 1 W 

Clayton 1;. Clayton and Webster, 1 / 1 1 <r 

Coker r. Coker, 1 / U c 

Cook r. Cook and Clarke, 14 / 10 / 

and Richardson, 1 ./ 11 c 

Cooper V, Cooper, 13 m 12 a 

Co88ins r. Cossins and Foulger, 23/11 c 

Coventry v. Coventry and Riddell, 6 / 1 1 c 

Crump V. Wadley and others, 12 J lie 

Davis V. Delph and others, 14/11 e 

Dawe r. Da we, 14 m 11 u 

Dempsey v. Lawson, 22/ 10 c 

Dow V. Dow, 3 /• 1 1 rf 

Duke V. Duke, 2 /' 11 c 

Earle v. Earle, 1/11 c 

Ecclestone v. Ecclestone and More, 1 / 1 1 c 

Emmett v. Emraett and Wliitemarsh, 1 / 

Uc 
Evans v. Evans, 1/11 c 

Faulkner v. Key, 19 /lO f 

Field V, Field and Moffalt, 26 /" 1 1 6—28 / 

11 a 

Firebrace v. Firebrace, 7/11 o— 14 J II e 

—22 J 10 s 
Ford V. Ford, Bacon and Dickinson, 13 m 

12 rt 

Fraser v. Fraser, 14m 11 <i 

Gardener v. Gardener, 14 w 11 a 

Gardner u. OardueT, 1 / \\ c 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmer's ini>kx to the '* timks " nk\ysz»ai»er. 



rr.i 



Divorce Court Continued). 

Gladstone r. Gladstone, 6 m W h 

GroTe V. Grove and Tirabntll, 13 iw 12 a 

Hamley v. Uamlev, 2 / 11 c 

Harrison v. Harrison, 6/11 c 

and Carter, 2/ 11 c 

— Hinde v. Hinde, 18 w 12 a 

Hooghton V. Houghton otherwise Norfolk, 

2/11 c 
-^— Howell V. Howell and Gibbs, 2fUc 

Hunt V. Hunt and Shanks^ 26 m 1 1 6 

and Wright, 8 m 10 e 

Hyde v. Hyde. 5 f\\ <i— 8 m 10 « 



Keller v. Keller and Hughes, 22/10 t<— 27 

/ll < 

Kemp r. Kemp. 8 /* 11 rf 

Kennedy i; Kennedy and Hamilton, 26 f 

11 b 

- — Large v. Large and Lowe, 22 / 10 c— 23 f 
11 6—21 mile 

Lee w. Lee, 6 / 1 1 c 

Leete v. Leete, 14 yn 11 a 

— Leithi;. Leith, 2/-11C 

— Le Sueur v. Le Sueur, 6 m 11 b — 12 m 11 a 
Lindsey v. Lindsey, 24/ 1 1 6 

Longley c. Longley, 13 w 12 a 

Lucas V. Lucas and Wright, 13 m 12 a 

Lyons v. Lyons and Gwynne, 26 /" 1 1 b 

Macknortonv. Macknorton, 14 m 11 a 

Magruder v. Magruder, 8/11 d 

Morgan 0. Morgan, 13 m 12 a 

— : — Norman v. Norman, 1 /* 1 1 c 

Oakley and another v. Gillan, 24/ 1 1 a 

Outram v. Outram, 22 m M d 

- — Orens v. Ovens, 26 / 11 6 

Oxley V, Oxley and Colderbank, 6/11 c 

Feniberton v. Pemberton and Bramhall, 14 

SI 11 a 

Radford v. Radford and Arnold, 1 / 1 1 b 

Regan v. Regan, 13 m 12 a 

Ridge I?. Ridge and another, 8/11 a 

Roberts v, Marshall and Dayidson, 19/11 « 

Robinson r. Robinson, 14/11 «--32 / 10 e 

—8 m 10 m 

Robson V. Robson, 1 / 11 c 

L\ Thompson, 19/ M) e 

Smith V. Smith, 13 m 12 «— 14 w 11 a 

Smith and Ward, 26y 11 6 



— Stoyel V. Stoyel and Hannay, 26/11 b 

— Tonnesen v. Tonnesen, 19 /*10/ 

— Tottomayor alias De Barros v. De Barros, 
26/ 11 6— 28/" 11 a— 19 m 11 a 

— Vickers v. Vickers, 14 m 11 a 

— WaUis p. WaUis, 6 m 11 6 

— Watts V. Watts and Godwin, 14 m 11 a 

— WeU V. Well and Bickford, I flic 

— West If, West, 13 m 12 a 

— Wheeler v. Wheeler, 2 / 11 c 

— Whittington v. Whittington, 1/11 6 

— Wilde V, Wilde, 13 w 12 a 

— WUshak V. Wilshak, 10/11 d 

— Wilson V. Wilson, 14 m 11 a 

— Wolf V, Wolf and Fisher, lAmll a 

— Woolcotl V. Woolroti, 2ril c 

— Woodfrv V. Woodfrey, 2/11 c 

— Wvthe/f v, Wythes and ifaw-fci/is. 14 



Urn 



m 



Dixon (Jolm) on the Alexandria Obelisk, 15 /'6 

»•— l2/w4<i 
DOCKS: — 

State of Shares in, »tt in eifry day's paper 

Briistol Channel. 27 y 10 e--6 m 7 e 

East and West India, 16 j 7 d 

Hull, 6/*7rf 

King's Lynn, 29 m 7 rf 

Kingston-upon-Hull Com|Miny, 30y 7 r 

London and St. Katharine's, \7 J 7 a — 31 

Mersey. 9 m 9 f 

Board Elections, 3 ji* o « 

Milhvall. H) /^7 r— 16 f7 «— 24/10 r 

Soutlianiptun, 25 i 6 «»—«/' 7 e 

Surrey Commercial, 'J m C A— 8 m 6 /*— 12 

ml b 

Doctoring a Constitution — the United States 

Elections, 30 ; 7 e 
Dod (Rev. C. W.) on the Thames Floods, 17 i 

10 c 
Dodson (J. G.) on the Eastern Question, 9j IQd 
Dog Tax— Evasions of, 15/7 b 
Dogs, Mad, Notes on, 2 J 10 c— 8 / 3 ^—4 / 10 / 

— 6; 11«— 9;3c— Uyil a 

Account of, 3 ;■ 3 c 

in Cardiff, 8> 6 6 

Doing Good by Stealth, or Sending Bribes to the 

Poor's Box, 24 m 6 « 
Domeier & Co.. and Official Impunity. X6 m 10 c 
Domedday Books, the New, 3^ 11 « — 13 7 Ad 
Donaldson (T. L.) on Commissions, 6 ; 10 e 
Doulton 6 Co.. on Picketting, 2y 12 ^ 
Douglas (John M.) on Passenger and Goods 

Traffic, 6^6/ 

(R. K.) on Colonel Gordon in China, 1 ; 8 ^ 

on the Heir of Confucius, 1 m 6 / 

Doulton & Co., on the Strike of the Bricklayers 

and Terra Cotta Fixers, 13> 12 c 
Dover School of Art, Distribution of Frizes, 1 1 

76c 
Downing (M'Carthy) on the Michaelstown 

Evictions, 27 w 1 1 / 

Street, Restoration of, 20 /"9/ 

Downtrodden in Charleston. 26 ;' H a 
D'Oylcy Qj. h\j on the Spring Tides, IS f 7 b 
Drama and the Clergy, 28/11 e 
Dramatic Authors' Copyright— Trial Bessimer<e 

V. Henderson, 10 ; 10 6—18 i 9/ 
Festival at Willis's — Banquet to Alderman 

Cotton, I0m7 f 

Fund, Anniversary Festival, 16/5/ 

Drapery Trade— the Wholesale Houses Refuse 

to Tender for Stocks in Competition with the 

Dual Trader, 10 ; 6 a— 15 j 7 a— lOj 7 6—18 

>7 6— 19>7 6 
Drax (J. S. W. S. Erie) on Ancient Monuments, 

20 711 8 c 
Dried Fruit, State of Trade in, 4 i 7 d— 17 ; 7 c 

— 3/7«— 5m7</ 
Droop (H. R.) on Elcclesiastical Prosecutions, 8 

/ll' a— 15 r^c 
Drowsiness Not tlie EflFoct of a Sermon^ 26 i ^ «. 
Drutu & Co., on \,\\ft VixJAttfi CwvXxwiXxA^ S ^ a 
Druids, Aucvexil Ot^^T o\,\yfl«v%T ^\. ^T\ax^.*l. 

Drum* i^\ T\\Tv>s\\u^%^U^V^»ft%,'i'^ J VI ^x 



^■1 



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FA.LMER S INDEX T<# ^* THE TIUX8 NRWSrAPBK. 



[Jan. 1 t» 



Drunk or Dyinjr — Case of Mra. Francis, 29 ; 9/ 
Drunkenness, Mr. Lowo aod Mr. Chamberlain 

on, 23 J 6/ 
Dubbing, Notes on, ^7j 12 r— 29^ 12 a 
Dublin School of Art, see Irblind 
Duchy of Cornwall, 22/ 9/ 

of Lancaster, Financial Accounts, 22 f 7 b 

Dudley Gallery, 30 ; 3 /* 

Duel between Mr. Bennett of the New York 

Herald and Mr. Fred. May, 10 y b e—l\ j 5 d 

— 22>6rt 
between Herr Meyer and the Marquis de 

Compiegne, 9 m 5 «— 30 m 8 a 
between the Marquis de Lan and M. Gustave 

Parsire, 7/6 « 
between Count Narraskin and the Circassian 

Commander Cooynimski, 22 fbb 
Threatened, between M. de Soubeyran and 

M. Pereire, 31 ; 5 c— 3/5 d 
Dufferin (Lord) the Spectator on, 6/6 « 
Dufour & Co^ on the Silk Trade of Lyons, 24 / 

10 e 
Duignan (W. H.) on the Law's Delay, 26/4/ 
Dumas (Alex., Fiis) Leaves Paris to Take 

Possession of his Palace in Naples. 26 9 10 c 
Dummy Directors in Companies, 27/10 « 
Dunbar (Wm.) on Salmon Hatching, 30 m 4 « 
Duplex Telegraphy, 3 / 3 cf 
Durham Unirersity — Class List, 26/6 c 
Dutch Humourist— Death of Dr. Lindo, 26 m 9/ 
Dyer (Bernard) on Coppered Peas, 2oj6f 
Chymistry Applied to Engineering, 6^ 10 e 

E. 
Earliest London Bankers, Mr. Pri(;e*s Paper on, 

13/7/- 
Earlswood Asylum — Pictures an Acquisition, 12 

r\ob 

Earthquake in Sweden. IS m 10 d 

Easily Pleased, 14 m 5 e 

East African Slave Trade, 10/ 10 e 

(Gilbert) on the Thames Floods, 28y 8 rf 

End Spiritualist, 26 i 6^—30 ; 6 e 

Eastern Question — M. Kossuth on, 13 7 4 e— 27 

j 5a 

and Greece, 6/7/ 

Meeting about, 6 /' 6 a 

Notes about, 9 / 10 d—23j 8 6—2 / 6 a— 2 

y 10 c 

and Parliament — the j^conom is/ on, 12/10« 

^— Statistics of, 31 m 5 e 

the Duke oif Wellington's New Volume of 

Correspondence on, 12/9/ 
Eastlake (^Chas. L.) on Commissions, 10 j 6/ 
Ebury (Lord) on the State of the Church, 9 j lOd 
Square Gardens Offered to the Public, but 

Rejected by Government, 23 j 10 b 
Ecclesiastical Appointments, see Clbrical 

Assessors, 18 j 5 / 

Dilapidations Act, Note about, 27 m i J 

Prosecutions, 3 ; 5 e—ij 9 f—5j 4 f—27 j 

6 /-_29 j 11 «— 30; 12 c^ 6/4 «— 8/12 a— 

16/6 c— 22/6/ 
Eclipse of the Moon, 26/6 c 
J^conoin/c Life Aasurance Sodetyt 19 m 7/ 
^uador, BsttJe mt Gjike, SO / 6 r 
^ifeJfreiss in London. 2nj 12 6 



Edinburgh Orchestral Festival, 16/8 c 

Philosophical Institution, Thomas Cariyle 

Elected President, 28 m 7/ 

University : — Appointments, %m t d 

Derby Prize, 23 iw 8 c 

Government Grant for the New Building. 

2 m 10/ 

l>r. Lister, Address of StudenU to, 28 f 



8c 



yiorf 



Meeting to Better the Endowment of, 2# 



New Foundations, 20 ; 10 d 



EDaOATION :— 

Birmingham League, 29 m 9 s 

School Board and the Religious Qiiestion. 

19i6y-28jll/ 

Carlisle School Board Election, ^7 i 8 i 

Cost of, 16 w9y 

Certified Efficient Schools, 8 m 4 

Elections to School Boards, Non Payment 



of Claims by Candidates, 29 m 10 </ 

— Evening Training Classes for Teaehera, 1 1 

— German Governesses, 26y 4 « 

— London School Board, Budget, Blj 7 f 
Banquet at Bridge House Hotel, to Oele 



brate the Election of Miss Helen Taylor, 22 ; 
6« 

Cookery for Girls, 1/10 6—3/4/ 

Instruction, 26 y 4 e 

Corporal Punishments, 16/6/ 

Financial Statement, 26^ 4 «— 1/10 6 

Herold's Schools, Bermondsey, 8 m 7/ 

Letter from the Prince of Wales for Aid 



in the Paris Exhibition for EducationUl Ap- 
pliances, 8 m 7 /* 

Meetings, llj 12 a— 18^ 12 c— 26 j 4 e— 



20/4 /— 22/8 d—l m 7/— 22 m 8 b 

New Code on Needlework, 22 m 8 ^ 

Schools, 16/* 6/ 



- Proposed Punishment School f or Tniants^ 



19 J 7 b 

Salaries of Teachers, 8/10 c 

Truant Children, 18 ; 12 c 

Visitors, 22 m 8 h 



— Liverpool Board, Distribution of Prizes, 
20; lOrf 

Middle Class Education, Corpormtion of. 



Annual Meeting, 17 m 12 
Note on Children in Employment at Xh^ 

Passing of the Act, 3j' 4 a 

Official Circular on School Boards, \\i 11 </ 

Privy Council Orders on, 10 / 8 A— 17^ 8 a 

— 27> 8 a— 3/8 6—17/9 a— S'm 8 a— 17 m « 

/-21 m8c 

Pupil Teachers. 9 m 10 c 

School Board Elections, 9^ 11 rf— 11 ; 12 h 

—12 ; 10 /— 19 / 3 d— 22 > 6 /— 24 j 6 6—26 ; 

9e— 30>'6 6 

for Penge. 26 7 4 « 

Board English — from Trutk, 1 6 m 8 e 

Spelling and the School Boards, 2 ; 4/— 

26>4«— 1 / lor— 8 m 7/— 16 m 8 c 
Technical, 5 / 10 c— 23/ 10 /—I m 7 e— 12 

mW f 



Theory and VmcVicft, \^ m K c— Tl m ^ f 
in Wales, ^n f K \—Ty j b J 



Kar. 31<, 1877.] talmer's index to "the times" newspapeu. 



£qu 



I'ldacational Keformen, of A/ 

Tax, 19 w 10 « 

Kdwm^« (Miss Amelia) on the Monument of 

the Pharoahfl, 15/6 c 
the Nile and its Monuments, 6 / 6 / 

— (Samuel) on Open| Spaces in London, 27 / 
—6c 
(Thomas) the Scotch Naturalist, Grant of 

a Pension to, 11 j 6 6 

Kotet about, 25 / 8 c 

Presentation to, at Aberdeen, 22 m 5 e 



MYPT.— 

and^Ayssinia, 81 ; 10 b— 10 / 8 b— 27 f 5 

r— » m 4 </-13 to 8 a— 23 m 10 J— 2S »« 4 / 

Appointments, 8; 6 6 

Arrest of Major Barlow, 18 m 8 a 

Major Baring Accepts Office in, 15/66 

Daira Affairs and Mr. Sanders, 16jr 3 b — 

24/6rf-.l«»4(/— 5fn6/ 

— > Diplomatic News, 8/5 « 

EndeaTOur tp Suppress the Shive Trade in, 

Egj-ptian Finance, 1/6 f 

Financial Affairs, 26 j 8 a^BfS/Sj 6 c 

—10/3 e— 2 m 6 «— 10 m 6 «— 13 m 5 «--26 m 

— » £zport Returns, 16 / 7 6 

CoL Gordon m, 16 / 6 <f- 17 / 5 c— 21/ 



10/ 

— Harem of the Khedive, Sj 7 f 

— the Khedive and his Creditors, 26y 11 a — 
12iA4a 

— > New Administration of, 10 / 4 <f 

— Note on the Debt of, 27/4'e 

— Obelisk for Fngland, 26^ 3 6 
Beceptioil of the New Turkish Constitu- 



tion, 8 9 8 6—26 ; 8 a 

Reform, Notes about, 9 / 9y 

SUvery in, 9 ; 9 /— 6/li e— 16 fZ h-^1 

fSd 
SLEOnONS:— 

Boston, 17 m 12 d 

Dublin University, \4 f5 c 

Evesham, 10/ » / 

Glocester, 21 m 5 s 

Halifax. 81 J 8 c— 3 f9 e-6/6 </— 9/ 11 a 

—10/5 /•— 12 fH c— 13/ 8 6—14/5 6—17 / 

6 s— 21 y 6/— 22^5 e 
Launceston, 24 f9 /— 26/6/— 1 to 9/— 6 

»86 

Merthyr, 20./ 8 c— 20 to 4 c 

•— ^ Newcastle-under-Lyme, 30 j 9 «— 8^ 8 a — 

16 in 9/ 
Oldham, 17/6 «— 20/8 c— 2iy 6/— 26 J 

6/— 2 TO 5 s 

Oxford, 15 m 11/ 

Portarlington, 5 to 8 6 

— -~ Portsmouth, 22m 5 e 

Sligo^ 6 1 10 s-ld/ 6/ 

Sketch of the l^w Member, 15y 6 6 



— Southwark, 81 m 7 e 

— Stoke-upon-Trent, 6/6 d 

— Truro, 22>6 6 

— County of Waterford, 6 j 10 rf— 15^ 6 c— 
22 ;• 6 6— 23> 5 </- 25 j 10 a 

Vote mbout, 25 J 10 a -^27 jo4 



E lections C tom t in ueil) . 

Wiliun, 7 f :> /— 8 / (;«— 12/ C < — 17 /'o < 

_|«j / K , _20 / « r— 21 /5r--21 /lO/' 

Notes about. 22 / «» /— 2Jy" 5 </— 2Gy G c 

Klection Expenses, 27 / 4 / 

Klementary Needlework, Note on, 30 m 4 c 

Elliot (Sir H.) Correspondence with Mr, Glad- 
stone on the War, 2 wi 10 6 

(K. H.)on Indian Planters and Civilians, 

26 ; y c 

Ellis & Co. on the Laws Delay. 26 > 4 f 

Eley Bros. (Limited;, 1 / 7 rf— 8/ 7 e 

Ely Chapi'l, Uolborn, Restoration, 2/4 a 

Emblematic Tombs, loj^' 6 c — 20.; 8 a 

Emigration from Bremen, 15/5 r 

from New York to New South Wales, 19 /' 

7/ 

to New Zealand, 16^ 5 </— 27 / 6 y— 30 j 

7 h 

of Pauper Children, 22 f K t 

to Queensland, 20 J 5 f—\7 m7 f 

to South Australia, 31 ; 5 e 

to Sydney, 31 to 5/ 

Emigration and Immigration, 12 m 4 6 

Emanuel (Lewis) Jews in Koumania, 27^ 6 6 

Emly (Lord) Address to, by his Late Constitu- 
ents, 8 .;' 6 6 

Emma Mining Company, 19 m 7 a 

Silver Mining Company, 20/ 6 c 

Empress Eugenie and the Prince Imperial at 
Rome, 6jbd 

the Prince Associates Himself with King 

Emmanuel 6^ 5 d — 15 ^ 12 h 

Cool Reception of, by the Pope, 6 j 5 d 

— 15i 12 6 

see also CouBT Circular 

England and Russia, 29^ 6 6 

and the Shive Question, 7 fAf—%fh f 

English in China, 2 j 6 a 

Church Union, Annual Commemoration, 31 

7*10 c 

Meeting, 28/6/ 

S. H. Northcote not the Northcote Pre- 
sent, 1/9 « 

Mr. Stafford C. Northcote Present, 3 / 



WbUebaven, 19/I0c 



5e 

Dr. Pusey's Letter to, 16 /*8 a 

Return of Members, 6./' 10 d 

see also St, James's, Hatcham 

Charities Abroad, 1 m 10/ 

Doctors Abroad, 13> 11 rf— 27; 8 c 

Episcopalians iu Scotland, 20/ of 

Invalids and. Physicians, 3 ; 10 6— 27 j 8 c 

Novels, Lecture on, 6^ 4 a — 13 j 7/ 

Nursery Tales, Lecture on, 6 ^ 4 a 

Silkworms, Lecture on, 2(ij3e 

and Australian Cotton Company, 16 / 7 « 

and Foreign Credit Company, 20 i' 7 a— 31 

;7e 

and Russian Delegates at Athens, 18/8 cf 

and Scottish Law Life Assurance Associa- 
tion, 1 TO 10 a 
Entomology and Agriculture, 1 *n 4 <2 
Episcopate, pTOvo«e^\Tic:i«»i£ft q\, V\ J \^ J 
Epping Foreat Yxiud CoYi\\a\x\ftfc, 'l^^Sjswj^^V '^'*' 

Shoreditch Tovn ^bXV, i t \^ a 
Equity Lav LVle K%%ut«ivv^''=*5«.^ftV5 A*^,^^^"^ 



Erz 



PAIMKU'S INDICX TO "THE TIMKS " NKWSI'AP* It. 



IJ 



an. 



Ito 



Krzcnmtn. Alienipt la Fire ami Pillage by Turk- 
ish ^i»l .ier«». Uiy ^ ^ 

li'uk' to. Ii>y J I h 

Kscapi! iroiii Noilinghani (.'ounty Gaol of Four 
I'lisoners, 7 / o / 

from a Criminal Lunatic Asylum. \0 flid 

— 12 fit 

from Taunton Gaol, 10/5/- 13/8 h 

Etther, ilio Urnjinieatrtl Pump Presenteil hy the 

Queen to. to be Exchanged for a Drinking 

Fountain, 1 ; 67' 
Ensex Agricultural Societies, Annual Meeting, 

16 ;G 6 
Estate Exchanir« Hegister, r> / 7 b -22j 7 ft— 29 
J 7 h-'5 / 7 .1 — 10 / 7 6— J 2 /' 7 />— 19 / 7 a— 

2G f 7 b—o m 7 /»— 12 m 7 a— 19 m 7 6—26 

TO 7 6 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION:— 
Ablett. F>eU. John, of Addle Street, SO j 

]Sd 
Adams, Joseph, junr., of Lower Shadwell, 

14 w 12 c 
Anger, Arthur, of Boiolph Lane, Eastchcap, 

28/iae 
Argue, Robert, of New Wimbledon, lOy 13 

/— 27>13/ 
Bamber, Chas. Henry, of Brood Street, 

Portsmouth. 9/13^ 

Bee, W. M., of Walthamstow, 1 f IS e 

Bell and Barring, of Crutched Friars, 9 j 

13e— 11 ; 13 e 
Bentley, William, of Stockton-on-Tees, 10 

7 13 / 

Beveridge, Richard, of Maidstone, 1/13 c 

Blandy, Alfred Addison, of Gloiter Place, 

Hyde Park. ^ f\Sd 
Brahe and Missen, of Birmingham, 10 j 

13/ 

Burry Port Smelting Company, 26 m 7 6 

Campbell, Dugald John Philp, of Bess- 

fr borough Street, 1 in \Se 

Carlisle, Wilson, of South w ark Street, 23 j 

13rf— 2/-13 f 
Cook, John W. of Thayer Street, Man- 
chester Square, 5 j 13 e 
Corbett, John, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 9 

/\Sd 
Crowe, Alex, and Robert, of St. Helen's 

Place, City, 2/13/ 

Darling, Robert, of Brighton. 2/13/ 

Denne, Wm., of Sandwich, 29 m 14 c 

Diaper & Co.. of Tunbridge Wells, 16 m 13/ 

Fisher and Hodges, of Charterhouse Build- 
ings, 24 1/1 15 c/— 30 m 1 1 e 
Fitzgerald, J. F. Vesey, of St. George's 

Road, PimlJco, 16 m 13/ 
Foster, Gains, of St. James Bice Mill, 

Bermondsey, 27 M3<i 
Gingold and Hirschfiield, of St. Mary Axe, 

16 »i 13/ 
Goodwin, Richard Thomas, of Addle Street, 

E. C, 6 m 14 a 
Goold, John, of Church Street, LiTerpool, 

28J'lSe 

Green Je08, Robert And ATchi\)9\dy o! Angel 

dft/r/, K. a, 6 M J4 a 

~ ^'^"' '^^"''^' of Lombard Street, lo J 14 r 



Estates in Liquidation (continued). 

Hartley. John, & Co.. of Leeds, 30 1 13 d 

H.-iwkin.s, Thomas, of Speenhamland, 8 m 

4/- 

Haworth. Edw . of Sloane Street, 2 ; 13/ 

llentchel and Brooks, of Iiondou Fields, 29 

m 14 c 

Hird. Wm.. of Fore Street, 8 ; 14 c 

Hooper, Chas. Rogers, of R^eut Street, 8 

7 14 c 

Jackson, Samuel, of Llandudno, TO iw 11 « 

Jones, David Owen, of Brunswick Road. 



Liver[xx)l, 10/ 13/ 
Heeler, Thomas, of New Cross Road, 10 j 

13/ 
Kempsell, W^illiam Henry, of Brixton, 10; 

13./ 
Lazarus, Bros., of Charterhouse Street, 

City, 2 /• 13 /• 
Leech, Aug. Fred., of Grange Road, Stoke 

Newington, 29 m 14 c 

Geo. Edw., of Downes Park Road, E., 29 



m 14 c 

& Co., of Queen Victoria Street, E. C, 



29 m 14 c 
Love, John, of Kingston-on-Thames, 10 m 

13 e 
Lund, Laurenius Andrew Walderaar, of 

Chandos Street, Strand, 20y 13/ 
Markey, Philip, of Westminster Bridge 

Road, 29 > 12 c 
— — Marley, Albert, of Bloomsbury Square, 29 

7 12 c 
Marsh, Mary Ann,of Kingston-on-Hull. 13 

TO 14/ 

Merry and Son. of Whitechapel. 27 j IS J 

Morris, Thomas, of Richmond, 20./ 13 / 

Munson, Roswell Carter, of Denmark St., 

23yi3rf 
Nodskou, Alfred, of Comwell Place, W., 

29 TO 14 c 

Parker, Alfred, of Tooley Street, 6 i 18 « 

Phillips and Hart, of Church Street, Liver- 
pool, ^ f\6b 
Potter, Thomas Sydney, of Bishopsgate 

Street, 8 /" 13 6 

Rainbow and Holberton, of St. Helen's 



1 



Place, E. C, 2 / 13./*— 9 ./"IS d 

Read, Henry, of Leather Lane. 10 i 18/ 

Rhodes, Henry, of the Oval, Brixton, 29 j 

12 r 
Richardson, Henry Ferdinand, of Fenchurch 

Street, 7 f\Sf 
Shepherd, Charles Henry, of Newcastle-on 

Tyne. 2/13/ 

Shilcock, Jthn Arthur, of Wandsworth, 2 

/13/- 

Stagg, Robert, of Denmark Hill, loy 18 / 

—2 f 18/ 

Snow, Taylor and ShcrwcU, of Bristol, 5 f 

76 
Solomon, Joseph, of South Audley Street, 

10 m 13 a 
Stapley, Edw. Maitland and George, of 

Old Jewry, 27 TO 18^ 
Vivanii, AT\bv\mo, ol ^\, ^wj Kt%, VO j VS 



M.ir. 31, 1877.] pauikk's ini>sz to " the times " newspapeiu 



Fr 



Zftates in Liquidatioii (continuedX 

Water*, Geori^e, St. Paul's Road, Mile 

End New Town, 2ti/ 14 d 
Weatlifcrley, Siisaii, of Park Street, Gros- 

reiior Square, 4j 13 e — 3 f lA b 
Webb, Thomas, of Harobed House, Craven 

Park, Stamford HiU, 9/13(2 
Eton College, Closed fur the Vacaion, 30 m 8 « 
Opening of the School Postponed from the 

Flood, IbjSh 
Erangelical Alliance, Proposal to Meet at Ox- 
ford, 22 ; 7 / 
Eversley Rectory Garden, 5/6 6 
Exchanges, C^jurse of, ts every day^s paper 
Exchequer Bills, Notice, 14/10 c 
Execution of John Callaghan Respited, 1 ; 10/ 

of Wm. Clarke, for Murder, 27 m 11 / 

of Michael M'Connan, foiJMurder, Res^ iied, 

27>11« 

of John M'Kenna, for Murder, 28 m 9/ 

of Isaac Marks, fur Murder, at Horsemon- 

ger Lane Gaol, 3 ; 9 /' 
of the Murderer of Lt. Harris in India, 9 / 

4 a 
of Henry and F. G. Tedbury, for Murder, 

24/8 6—26 / 9 /•-13 m 9/ 
of F. Treadaway, for Murder, Respited, 10 

/10 c— 26/9 « 

of James Young. Reprieved, 29 m 11 / 



Exeter (Bp.) Letter to Mr. Wise, 20^ 10 6 
Export and Import Returns, 20 j 7 f 
Extraordinary Escape of a Young Child, \9j\2d 
Extradition Treaty beiMeei. Spaaiandthe United 
States of Amenca, 5 / 7 / 

F. 
Failures in the United States and Canada, Dun^t 

Statistics, '6i j 1 a 
Fair Island, 13> 12 c— 18 / 9/ 
Falkland Memorial at Newbury, \j 5/— 10 J 10 

c — \bj 10 c 
Fall of Trees at Isleworth, 17 m 8 # 
Fans, Japanese, 7 / 4 e 

Fardell (T. G.) on the Egyptian Debt, 16/116 
Farrell (J. S.) Attack on a Vice-Consul, 19/9 /* 
Fashionable Keme<lies, 27 m 4/ 
Favorite Horse— Action about, 17/5 d 
Fawcelt (Henry) on the Wilton Election, 23/5 d 

(Professor) Address to his Constituents, 10 

j7e 
FeUtead School 22 ; 9 / 
Fenian Funeral, 5 im 9/ 

Fergusson (James) on Underground Jerusalem, 
16 11} 4 J 

(Sir Wm) Health of, 8/9 e 

Fernie ^Juhn) on Machine Made Watches, II j 

4e 
Fighting Power of Merchant Ships, Paper on. 
Read before the Institute of Naval Architects, 
24 m 13 f 
Fiji, Account of, 6/4/ 

Sir Arthur Gordon on the Prospects of the 

Colony, 14/4/* 

MisceUaneous News, 16j9y— 14/4/ 

TINE ARTS :— 

Aeiline Coloun in, 4j 11 d 

Art Loan Exhibition at Ljnn, 31 j e 



Fine Arta (continued), 

Art Sales, 20 /* 4 c— 27 / 4 c/— 20 m 4 «/— 5 m 

10 6 

Dec(irative Art. from the S/ttctatorj 13 w 4/ 

Due d'Aumale's Exhibition of Paintings at 

Paris, 14 / 12 6 

Dudley Gallery, 30 ; S /* 

Dulwich Picture Gallerv, 30 ; « /* 

Exhibition of Alfred Vickers's Works in 

the Haymarket, 29 j 6 /' 

of Continental Pictures at the French 



GaUery, Pall Mall, 27 w 4 d 

Grofivenor Gallery, 12 w 4 c — 27 w 6/ 

Napier's Collection Catalogued by Mr. J. C. 

Robinson, 20/4 e 

Old Masters at Burlington House, 28/6 « 

at the Royal Academv, Exhibition of, I 

/ 6 o— 2 j 6 e— 97 3 a— 1 1 j 4 e— 16 J 4 «— 17 j 

4 a— 18; 4^—19 j 8 c— 24^ 10 d 

Price Sale List of Modern Pkiturea, 6/ 12 a 

of Mr. Bohn's Collection of Old Sevres, 



&c., 20 « 4 rf— 26 m 6/ 

of Mr. Henry Cooke's Decorative Objects, 



20/4/ 

of Mr. Albert Grant's Collection of Mo- 



dern Pictures, 20/4 « 

of Mr. Stone Ellis's Collection of Draw- 



ings, &c., 12 m 6 c 

of Sir W. H. FieMea'fi Ck)Uection of Pic- 



tures, 5 m 10 6 

of the Due de Ferii's Dresden Cbina,^ 



&c., 5 7u 10 6 
— of a Collection of Engravings of the late Dr. 
Ingle, 27./' 4 « 

of ihe Earl of Limerick's Poltery and 



Porcelain, 20 m i d 

of Comte Octave de Behague's Collection 



of Engravings, 23 ; 4/ 

of Oriental Objects Removed from Gaunt's 



House, Dorset, 20 m 4 d 

of a Fine Collection of Oriental Porcelain, 



27 /' 4 d 

of the Pictures of Mr. Poole, the Great 



Tailor, 27/4 rf 

of Mr. Redgrave's Collection of Pictures, 



27 «» 4/ 
Rembrandt Exhibition at tlie Burlington 

Fine Arts Club, 5 7/1 7 6 

Reynolds and Gainsborough. 5 m 4 c 

SaJe of the Duke of Berwick and Alva*s 

Tapestries, &c.. Announced. ]2 tn 6 d 
Wm. Smithes Bequest of Paintings, &c., to 

the South Kensington Museum, 16 w 4 e 
Scene at Versailles— a Gigantic Painting 

Presented to the Emperor of Grerniany on his 

Birthday, 31 w 8 a 
Dr. Sibson's Collection of Wedgwood Ware, 

20 /'A €—12 tn6c 
Water Colour Work, Old and New, Exhi- 
bition, 14 ^4 « 
Fire Grates, Notes about, 2oj 6 c— 30 ; 7/— 3 / 

11/ 
— Telegraphs, 3 «i 6/ 

1 i 9 f— ^ i \Q e— % j 1 ft— % S \N 4—* S^.S 



rir 



paluer's index to ''the times" newspaper. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Fires {ronttnued). 

a t/— 23 j 7 </-24 ; 12 ft— 25 ; 8 a—^d ; C rf— 
2*Jj 6 «— 31 ; 10 6—1 / 7/— 2 / G c-3 / 7 6— 
r> /• 6 /•— 6 /• 8 A— 8 /9 /— 9 / 9 e— lO/o J— 

12 f6'f—\H f n ^—14 f 5 t- 15 /•9 /*— IG /' 
lOrf— 17/Tie— 19/7 A— 20 / ll/-22y 10 a 
—23 / 5 6— 2G/ 10 /•— 28 f^ a—t m 6 /— 5 w 
5 /— 6 m 8 c— V i/i 12 </— 8 iw 8 rf— 10 w 8 a— 

13 w 8 b—H m 8 rf— 15 w 6/— 17 m 12 6—19 
wi 10 c— 20 m 10 « -21 m 6 6—22 »i 10 e— 24 m 
7 /— 26 m 9 /•— 27 /« 9 /--28 m 11 c/— 29 m 7 « 
—80 m 7/ * 

at Anderson's, Mark Lane, Citjr, 2oj^ a 

at Antwerp, a Large Rice Mill Destroyed 

in, \bj 6 a 
at Ashford, in Kent, Five Lives Lost, 12 

mQ a 
in Barbican, Beech Street, Three Houses, 

5/6/ 

at Bennett's Factory, Belvedere Roa'-), Lam- 



beth. 1/7/ 
— at Bermondsey, Bevington and Sons, Tan- 
ners, 1 ;■ 9 / 

Brind8ley*8 Steam Works, 26 m 9 /* 



— ia Berwick St., Suho, at Jones's Oil Shop, 
12/6/* 

in Bradford, at Teales' Grease Factory, 19 



— at Bromlev. Malt Warehouses of Messrs. 
WalniKley, I 7 9/ 

at Mr. Bryant's Toy Factory, Cripplegate, 



31 y 10 6 

at Burdett Road Congregational Church, 1 



J^f 



at Burnley, at the Aqueduct Saw Mills, 2 



wi5/ 

in Buttesland Street, Hoxton, 6 m 8 c 



at Campden Hill Road, Kensington, ^ j S d 

in Curtain lioad, 10/5 d 

Christ Church, near Newport, Partially 

Destroyed, 13 /*11 /" 

at Christiania, the (;hief Theatre of, Des- 



troyed, \6 J 9 d 

in the City Road, at Sinclair, Auctioneers, 



24 9 12 b 
in Clarence Road, Seven Sisters Road, 31 ; 

10 6 

at Claydon's Oil Refinery, Hackney Wick, 

25 J 8 a 

at Clifden Road, Lower Clapton, 15 w 6/ 

in Covcnt Garden, at Jacob'8, 24 m 7/ 

at the Crampton Spmning Mill, near Old- 
ham, 23 / 7 d 

at Croydon, Mr. Gibbs, Oilman. 26 / 10 / 

in Drury Lane, at Martin's Rag Warehouse, 

21 f7f 

in Euston Road, at Squire's Pianoforte 



Factory, 24/9 /* 

— in Fleet Street, at Narbuigh's Publishing 

Warehouse, 2S m \\ d 

in Glasgow, at Cook Street Weaving Com- 



pany's Mills. 22 jed 

at No Man's Land. 20 f\0 f 



in Goswell Road, at Mincher's Button 

MdJcers, 20 / 6 /" 

"Sr/" ^f^f Sutton Street, from an Explosion 

OT CxAC^ JO/ tf t£ 



Fires C^ontmved). 
in Hackney, at BHsley's, Draper, Wells St., 

26 / 10 / 

in Hackney Road, 28 /C a 

in Hampsiead Road, at Walton, Hassell aiiil 

Ports, 8 ; 9 /* 
in Harrow. High Street, 20 m 10 e— 22 u 

10 e 
in Holboru, at Carter's Seed Warehouse; 

18/66 
House of Correction, Coldbath Fields, 26 m 

9/— 28w 11 d 

at Irun Railway Station, Sj 10/ 

Junior Naval and Mllitaiy Club, 26 m 9/ 

at Kensington Gate, Mr. Trower's, \5j 6 d 

in Kingsland Road^ at Osbom's Shap«> 

Maker, 6y 11 d 

in Leicester, at Brown the Builders, 81 m 9 e 

in Leicester St., Leiceiter Square, 5 m 5 y 

at Logos. One Third of the Town Destroyed, 

13m 5 e 
in Lombard Street, at Bamett's Bankin<; 

House, 12/6/ 

in Lower Sloane Street, limS d 

in Ludgate Hill, at Chamber's Auction 

Rooms, 2 / 6 r 
in Mark Lane, at Hubinet'a Wine Stores, 

28/ 6 e 
at Milton-next-Sittingboum, the Church 

at, 10/6 d 
at Montreal, a Convent Destroyed and 

Thirteen Victims Killed, 6j\ld 
New Church Court, Strand, Two ChUJren 

Burnt to Death, 12/6/— 13 / 11 /" 
in New York, Bond Street Destroyed, 8 m 

5/ 
in Newgate Sessions House, 27/ 12 c^2 //> 

at New land Mills, near Bradford, 25y 8 a 

at Notting Hill, Mr. Levy's Ironmonger. I'l' 

jGd 

at Notting Hill Terrace, 17/5 e 

at Oldham, Primrose Bank Mills, 20 m 10 e 

at Poplar, High Street, 1 > 9 / 

in Preston, at Bolton's, Drysalters, Back 

Lane, 16 /' 10 d 

Foot's Carriage Works, 12 w 6 a 

in Queen Street, Cheapside. 22 i 6 d 

in Itegent Street, at Lee's Toy Factory, J** 

>6<i— 30^6/ 

in Romford Market Place, 20 w 10 e 

at Ry land's Mill, Gorton, 2/6 c 

at St. John's, New Brunswick, Five Lives 

Lost, 12 m 6 / 

St. OsweU, Church of. Almost Entirely 



Destroyed, 14/5 c 

at Stanley Street, Pimlico, from an £z- 



plosion of Gas, 2 ; 10 c 

at Stoke Newington, High Street, 29 m 7 « 

at Stourport, Thompson's Vinegar Works, 

6 m 8 c 
in the Strand, at Twining'sTea Warehouse, 

20^6/ 

at Mr. Garratt's, 16/9/ 

in Thames Street, at Hutchinson and 

BatcV\eUoT^« lioiiYoutArj V^*x^qm^^,\^ i m 

/-nj9/ 



If^ir. 31, 1877.] f^tMBR'S I9DEX TO ^ THE TIMBS " MEW8P1PBR. 



Fra 



Tint {ronttnued), 

in Theatres. Nutf about, 2S fij 

in Tokio, 8,000 Houses Destroyed. 19 ; 12« 

in Tottenham Court Road, at Osbome^s 

Binding Shop. 22 /10 a 
at Tralee. Rirington's Draper}- Store Des- 
troyed. 10/5 </ 

in Union llicc. Do^fon. 27 m 9/ 

Boad. Ki^licihithe, 21 m (> 6 

in Valpuraii^o. I / 10 e 

at Van. i|>.' Work of Incendiaries, 2/8 a 

m Vand> worth Boad, at Lent's Billiard 

Maker, Jh /*•»*/ 

in WrUKtk Street, Two Houses, 22 / 10 a 

in Wdling, Kent, HfBc 

in West Street. South Hackney, S mZ d 

— in Whitecross Street, St. Luke*s. atConyer*s 

OU and Colour Store. 7 m 12a 
at Whitti'tigham Lunatic Asylum, near 

Preston* 9/9 e 
in Wigmore Street, at Lazcnby's "Wine 

Warehouse, 19/7/ 
at Williarason*s India Rubber Factory, 

Peckham, 10 m X a 
near Wrexham, Narrow Escape of Gresford 

Church, 30y 5/ 
at Zom & Co., Publishers, Garrick Street, 

31>10* 
Vires, Capt. Shaw's Annual Report, ISj 7 b 

of the London Salvage Corps, 9 /" 9 « 

Report of, in Twenty- Four Hours, 19 j 

10/ 

in Theatres, Professor Pepper on, \5j 6 f 

Fireworks, Messrs. Brock Apply for Permission 

to have a Factory at South Norwood, 5 m 11 

</— 12 m 10 6 
Firms, Changes in, Ij 7 c— 8 ; 7 c— 9 j 7 h—5 f 

7 6— 9 /lie— 16/11 a— 3 m 10 «— 5 w 7 6— 

12 w 7'6— 27W 10 6-28 m 10 6-20 m 7 6 
CkMing for the Holydays, 27 m 10 6—28 m 

10 6 

Removals, 24 m 13 6—27 m 10 6—28 m 106 

Fisher (G.) Statistics of Loss in War. 1 > 6 e 
f isher-Trenenfeld (B. Von) on Fire Telegraphs, 

^mhf 
Fis h Cnl tnre, Artificial, 9 ; 3 r 
FISHEEIES: — 

Coniish Mackerel, 27 m 5/ 

Herring. 27 ; 4/ 

Pilchard at St. Ives, 30y 10 a 

Salmon. 6 / 9 e— 13 f^ 6 

Tweed Salmon, 26/ 1 1 / 

Wye Salmon, Inquiry into, 16 i 12 c 

FUhuongers' Company, Seizure of Diseased 

FUhby, 9 f\\ a 

at Billingsgate, 7 m 12 a 

Vitigerald (Sir Seymour) Health of, \hfod— 

21 / 10 f 
Fleming (George) the Cattle Plague in the Last 

Century the Same as Now, 24 m 12 / 

on the Cattle Plague, 5 m 4 /* 

(Rev. Jamas) on the Hatcham Case, 25 j 8 

6— 27/5/— 30>11 t 
Flint (A. M.) an Accident Averted by the 

Communication with the Guard, 14/10 6 
YXMitJDg Powder Barrels, 22/6 6—24 /*4/— 8 
/A 12 £—9 m 10^—810*96 



Floods, Note on, 30 m 10 a 
Deputation to GoveruBient for a Commis- 
sion to Inquire into, 28 / 10 e — 1 m 8 c 

the Fiild on. 29 j 6 d 

tlie Lancet on, 12 y 6 e 

in Ireland, 1 ./ 1 1 a 

in London, stt Thames 

in Madrid, 1> 11 rf— 6 ; 9 / 

— in the Proviiictjs, 1/11 c — Sy 11 rf— 4j 6 c 
—oj 6 c—e / 10 c—Sj 10 6—9 / 10 6— lOj 1(> 
6— 11> 10 «— 12; 6 6— 13> G /•— 15 / 7 e— ley 
6 c— 17/ 10c— 18; 10a— 19; 12 c/— 20y 6 c 
—22j lb <f-29 j 6 d 

in Spain. Accidents from, 6^*9 /— 9 j 10 r 

and Gales in the Provinces, 1 /6 c— 2/106 

Foods and Drmks, Lecture on, 12 /n 7 6 

Fore Street Warehouse Company, 9 j 7 a — 1 Sj7d 

Foreign Office Appointments, 6/8 6—27 / 8 a — 

31 >8a— 14 / 8c— SwSa- 7m8c— lOai ^r 

—14 m 7 /~1 7 /n 8 /*— 31 ii: 8 c 

Noticvs. 2.S /8f/ 

Bondholders, Council of, Fourth Report, 27 

/lOrf— 28/*10d 

Commercial Intelligence, see Commercial 

Orders Conferred. 23/ 10 6 

and Colonial Government Trusts, 21/12 r 



—22 / 7 a—^'^f 10 6—24/10 6—1 m 6 rf— 5. 
m 7 e — 6 m 10 c — 9 m 6 e 

Special Meeting, 1 m C d — 2 m 6 c 



Foreigners in Distress, Annual Court, 2 m 10 e 

—22 m 10 <! 
Foremen Engineers. Note about. 21 m 10 /* 
Forster(W. E.) at Leeds, 1/6/ 
Forsyth (Sir J. D.) Progress of Trade in Central 

A8ia,3»i 8 c— 6 m 4/ 

on Yakoob Beg of Kashgar, 21 w 11 o 

(W.) on the War Crisis, Vlj^d 

Foster (P. de Neve) on the School of Cookery, 

5 / 6 /• 
' Porter & Co. (Liniitcl) Report. 11 j 7 c— la 

jld 
Found Drowned. 12 /•6 d—2\fhf 

— a Man near the Thames Embankment, 30y 



5/ 



a Woman, near Blackfriars, 7 m 5 d 



Fowler (J. K.) on the Cattle Plague, 2(i j 7 d— 

30 w n <i 
(Tlioma^j) 03 Mr. Lowes Cbargif's against 

Oxford, 22/4 f'^27 f S d 

France and Germany, 1 / 5 e 

FRANCE:— 

Adventures of a Railway Traveller fromr 

Basle to Paris, 27/5 6 
Ain, Curious Reason for Turning Protest- 

auts in, 8y 6 a 

Alsace-Lorraine Elections for the €rermni> 



Reichstag. 10 / 5 c— 13> 5 d—\bj 5/ 

— Appoint me uts, G./ 5 '/— 6/5 c 

— Army Bill, 15 ;« 5 c 
Promotion, 6 /3 « 



Arrest of Moyaux, the Murderer of his 



Child and Attempted of his Wife, 2 w 5 d— 10 
m 6 d 

— M. Louift B\aiv(^, K^v^^ ^'^ ^'^ \a1^t««. 
Workmen, 26 m o f 

Bonapartiftt M\xe^ eoxsv«M«towk^ ^^^f^Ctfsi*^ 



of the Lega:iity ol»^ / ^ A 



^^ 



Fra 



PALMKRJU rXDKX TO *^ TIfK TiMKs* NEWftJPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ezanoo (tontinuedj. 

Bonapartist Provincial Paper Fined for 

Libel, 26/6 a 
BoncU Stolen from a Broker*s Messenger, 

7 III 5 c 

Budset tee Nattokal 

the Pail Mull on, 27 j U c 

Burial Law, 8 ; 6 o 

Canrobert (Marshal) Serious Illness of, 16 

m b k 

— Cameron (Commander) Peceires the Medal 
of Honour, from the Geographical Society, 27 
j 5 c 

French Geographical Society Gire a 



Banquet to, 29 > 5 c 

— Cardinal Carerot's Address to Marshal 
Mat'Mahon, 23 in 5 6 

— Case of Madame de BaufFrcmont, 14/5 b 
of Vidal, the Draper— a Divorce Case, 1 



CasAagnac (Paul) Before the Chambers for 

Articles in the Payg, 6 m 5 «— 13 w 6 </— 17 w 

Catholic Working Men's Club Closes its 

Sittings. 29 i 6 e 

Celebration of the Anniversary of the Exe- 
cution of Louis XVI., 23 > 5 A - 24 ; 5 b 

Census of the Seine, S J 6 a— 16 ; 5 c 

of France, 31 / 5 A— 22 fUc 

— hntCHii of Mfllniiiisun. tli<» E-iiprc-PS 
Jose hint's Uc-sidence, to l»e Soki. (J m of 

• — i. oUege of France, M. Giiizot Lectures at, 
1 /Tid 

Colportage Censorship, the Ropf^l on, 8 ./' 

5 c 

Commerckl Statistics, 16 m 5 6 

*-^ Communists, Pardons for, 15j o/— 12 m» 
«— 28 mbb 

— Comptoir d'Escompte, Meeting of the 
Shareholders of, 1/6 d 

Comte de Chimbords Speech to the Depu- 

t tion of Merchants from Marseilles, 7 m 5 6 
Conference at the Sorfonne— Commander 

Cameion Introduced, 27 j 5 e 

Conscription. Annual Drawing for. Sfbc 

Conieeils de Prudhommes Biil, 1 ni 5 e 

Creilit Foncier, 27 j 5 -c — 7 m oc 

New Statutes, Wjbe—lSjod 

to be Amalgamated Mith the Credit 

Agricole, \^ j b d 
Dechiraiion to be Taken by all Ecclesiastics, 

ProfessoFh, &c.. 7 /// 5 c 
Dipk)matic News, 18ji* 3 h — 15 m 6 c — 16 m 

6 b 

^ Austrian Ambassador's Reception, 19 m 

r» f 

the French Ambassador Presented by 

the German Emperor with the Prussian Medal 
for Saving Life. 4 ; 5 (f 

•• Droits de 1' Homme " the Publisher Be- 
fore the Tribunal, 2/5 i/— 3/5 c— 17/5 6 

Six Months' Suspension Confirmed, 15 / 

hb 
IScoJe PoyytwhniqM^, Serious Outbreak in, 

— £kiacBtkm Bill, 8m5e 
E/ectiQnB, lays e^l2mS e-^21 w 5 c 



France (continued). 

Ely see, Great Ball at, 24 ; 6 a 

and England Compared, 12 /5 c 

Export and Import Returns, 16 fb d 

First Daily Paper Issued in, Facsimile 

Reproduced, bj9f 

Extradition Treaty with Denmark, SO m 5 6 

French Boxing Day. 2 ; 5 c 

Criminal Trial — Godefray for Murder, 

5m4£; 

Press on the Chateau d* £au Speeches, 



29 in 5 e 
Gambetta*s Series of Sunday Speeches on 

Secular Schools, 6/6 c 

at the Presidential Reception, 8/6 c 

Gold Medal Awarded to Capt. Lann for 

Succouring the Crew of the Victorine, 10 w» 

5 d 
Hugo, his ** Jean Chouan :" a Descendant 

of Chouan, Aged Fifteen, Thanks the Poet for 

his Eulogy, 2 m b d 
. Speech for the Lyonese Workmen, 26 m 

the Second Psrt of the *• Legende de» 

Siccles" to Appear on the 75th Birthday of, (> 
/or— 27/6 6 

— ^ — Hyflcinthe (Father) Lectures in the Salle 
Ventadour, 22/5 c 

- • — Abandons his Lectures, 26/6 a— 2 mbc 

Proposes to Deliver Moral Lectui-es only, 

c't iH r> t 

A rranjre« to Deliver his Lectures, 30 m 3 & 

i^ -nerb to M. lietoland, 'SO m S b 



Import and Export Returns, 17^ 6 c 

Indusirics in, Unprosperous State of, 27/ 

bb 

Israelite AUiance. 4 ; 5 c 

Judgment in the Case of the Cavcrlet, 1 / 

5 r 



— Judicial Changes. 1 1 7 5 6 

— Legion of Honour, Officers Receiving the 
Order, 18/5 c— 10/5c 

— Lille Catholic University Opened, 19 > 6 d 

— Louis Blanc Resigns the Editorship of the 
" Homme Libre." 10 m b d 

Lyons, Distress in. Fete at the Paris Opera 



to Obtain Funds for, 14/6 b— 27 fb 6—1 m 6 
c — 1 6 m 5 k 

Note about, 22 /* 7 a 

Paris Municipal Grant for the Distressed, 



17/56 

Silk Crisis in, 15/5 r-22/5 c— 27/5 c 



Victor Hugo and Louis Bumc Speak at 

the Chatelot for the Benefit of the Operativ%» 
of, 10 w 5 (/— 26 m 5 «— 31 mb d 

Vote to Purchase by Government Silk 

from. 16/5 c 

Marquise de Caux Applies for a Judicial 



Separation, 23/5 6— 28y 6 e— I mbe 

— Marriage of a Priest, Sentence on a Mayor 

Refusing to Celebrate, 7 fb d 

Marseilles, Deputatton Inviting the Marshal 






to, 24 ; 5 a 

Bill Empowering a Loan for, 16 /*6 r — S 

m 5 e 

Workmen, T^X*' Iw \>Qa 'Bk«i\%^\. ^, 1(i f 



/* 



Mar. 30, 1^77.] palmkk's inukx to tiik *^ timks " NKw.spArKR. 



Fie 



5e 



France (continued), 

Medical Question of Degrees, 8/5/ 

MermiUod (Bp.) Preaches on Behalf of the 

London Catholic University , 17 m 7 e 
M. Michelet Arranges for a Supply of 

Water to Pere Lachaise, for Water Flowers 

on Tombs in Memory of her Husband, SI j Be 
Military Service, Proposal to Reduce the 

Term of , 5 m 5 d — 6 m 6 e — 17 m 7 « 
Miss Leigh's Home, Christmas Tree at, 4 ; 

5c 

Monetary Commission at Washington, 5 m 

Money Market, 5 ; 5 c 

Napoluon III., Annual Mass for the Soul 

of, Wij 5 c 
National Assembly : — Budget, Hj 5 ^—10 / 

5 €—12 J 6 c~~22j 6 c— 24 ; 6 a—29j 6 d—'l6 

jod— 27 jBh— 9 m5 t 

Distress at Lyons, 6/5 h — 10/5 c 

Education Gratuitous, 31^ 6 c 

Election of President, 11^66 

Foreign Doctors Bill, 1 ./ 5 ^ 

Fund for Building Schools, 2 m 5 c 

Gavardie's Resolutions, 1 w 5 « 

no Presidential Message on Opening, 4 j 

5c 



Opening of, 10 i 5 c 

the Papal Allocation, 21 mb d 

Press Decree Repealed, S/5 b 

Prjiyers tor, \bjbj 

Proceedings, 1 j 5 /--S ; 6 a— 12^ 5 6— 

13/5 6— 16> 5 c 

Proposal to Establish an Office of Trans- 



lator, for the Members, 20/5 d 

Proposal to liestore the Tuileries, 6/5 6 

and Railway Companies, 1 j 5/— 25 wi 5 6 

Vote for the Relief of the French in 



India, 1 ^ 5 c 

— the Neuilly Drama, 26/5/ 

— New Books, 30 ; 5 <f 
Loan, 29 ; 6 e 

Toys with a Political Bearin(r> 3 ; 6 a 

Years Day Receptions of Marshal M'Ma- 



hon, 2 ; 5 c 

Jules Simon's Address, 2 ; 5 c/ 



— Paris, Mr. Waddington Leads the Perfor- 
formance at the Conservatoire on the Lord 
Mayor of London's Visit to, 6j 5 c 

Mysteries — a Child Found in a Dry 



Well, 8/6 f 

Re- Naming Streets in, 17 /*5 6 



— Proposal to Prosecute the Authors of the 
Coup d*EtQt of 1851, 21 m 5 c 

— Population Statistics, 22 j o e 

— Prefectoral Changes, 8> 6 a— 23 / 5 6 

— Primary Education in, 17y 5 c 

— Prince Imperial and his Expected Return 
as Emperor, 12/ 5 d 

— Railway Commission, 11 ; 5 6 
Accident in Savoy, Sentence on the Stn- 



5i/ 



tion Master at Chatillon, 21/5 6 

— Receptions. 19 m 5 f 

— Reformed Church, I'ioctions, &c., 5 »n 5 e 
Eugene Beraier Arranging to Join, 31 m 



France (continuedj. 

Humour of the Empress Eugenie and tl>e 

Prince Imperial at Marseilles and Toulon. 20 

m 5 d 

Revolution of 1 848, M. Louis Blanc at the 

Anniversary Dinner of, 27 t'bh 

Senate, Filling the Vacant Seat, 2 m 5 c 

Societe des Agriculteurs, Annual Dinner, 

16/5 c 

Society of the Friends of Peace, Tweeting, 

12>5 u 

Strasburg Theological Faculty to be Trans- 
ferred to Paris, 30 m 3 6 

Sugar Conference, see Sugar 

Tariff, Rerision of, 5^5 e— 19 m 5 /-.21 m» 

5 ,;— 22 m 5 <i— 27 mod 

Thiers on tlie Army Bill, 12 m hf—20 m '> 

d—22 m 5 d 

Gen. and Madame Ignatieff with, 16 m 5 ^ 



— Treaties of Conunerce, Renewal of, 19 j 5 d 
—2^ J 5 </— 22 m 5 d—27 m 5 cf— 29 mBc 

with England, J )eputatioD to Lord Derby 



on Renewing, 26/5/— 12 m 6 s— 15 m U/— 
19 m 5/ 

— Tuileries, Restoration of, 16 i 5/ 

— the Werl^r Incident, 2 m 5 d 
Yellow Book, 22/6 c 



Franco-English News— How Marxiages are Made 

in London, 27 ; 12 6 
Franco-German War, Mr. Dilke*s Lecture on at 

Chelsea, 6; 5/ 
Mr. LandeUs, the Special Artist of, Death 

of, 6i9/* 
Frankland (Processor) on Sewer Gases, 15 /4 / 
Eraser (Bp.) on Stage Decorum, 3/9 « 
Free Chun^ and the *' Encydoposdia Britannica," 

19 ; 10 e 
Libraries Aet, Proposal to Work in Dublin, 

22m8a 

Cork the First to Establish, 24 m 12/ 

Library, 2 m 10 6 

Licensing. Note about, 12 /"4y 

Freeling (C. R.) Law's Delay, 18 i 6 d 
Freeman (E. A.) on the Fall of Midhat, 10/ 

10 c 

on the Refugees in Dalmatia, 3^6 « — 29 m 



86 



on the Crisis, 12 j 6 d 



Religious Wonhip Bill, 3/5 f-— 7 « T. h 



Freemasons. Appointment of Grand Master of 
South Wales, 8 /'9 e 

Installation of Sir George Elliott as Pro-* 

vincinl Grand Master of South Wales, 6 m 4 /" 

the King of Sweden and others Admitted 

Brethren, \ fb€ 

Meeting to Consider the Safe Betnm of the 

Prince of Wales, 4 / 10 </ 

Quarterly Meeting, 8 m 8 e 

Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution, An- 
nual Festival, 13/8 6 

Freight, Offer's Chtsular, $/7 « 

French Free Traders, 19/4/ 

i!^mbas8y, 5 m 9 s 

Hospital, Tjeicester Square, 20/5 ^ 

Revolutloii, l^tol^iiw^x VL<^\^Y^\i(R^SQ^l%^s^ 



rre 



PALMKU'S INDKX T(l " TWK TIMES *' NRWS!*ArKt. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Frere (Sir Bartle) Banquet to, on his Appoint- 
nient as Governor of the Cape« 1 m 6 a 

Farewell Banquet to, 5 m 9 e — 8 mS b 

Freshfield (D. W.) Uu8sia and the Caucasus, 25 

7 8c 
( £dwin) Greek Monuments in Constanti- 
nople, 22 m 6/ 
Friend of Foreigners in Distress, Anniversary 

Festival 12 ; II # 
Friends* Provident Institution, 18 / 7 o 
Friendlj Societies, Correction, 24/5 f 

and Poor Law Guardians, 13 ; 10 c— 15 j 

12 c 

Act, New Regulations, 2S fif 

Appointment Under, 14 m 7 e 

Fruit Culture, and Railway Banks, 23 / 12 a 
Fruits and Vegetables, Import Return, 2 ; 5 « 
Fullerton (Georgiana) on Infant Mortality, 16 j 

11/ 
Fulton (Hamilton) on Thames Floods, 2j lOc 
Funds, English, State of. in every day't paper 
Fumell (Capt. Jas.) on Sunken Hocks. I .; 1 1 d 
Gadesden (A. W.) Letter to Lord Derby on 

the British Sugar Refiners and the French 

Treaty, 6/7 6 
Gaelic Society of London, Aanual Festival and 

Highland Ball. 23/5/ 
GaU on the American Coast, Accidents from, 12 

mlOb 
in London, Accidents from, 2/10 rf— 31 j 

6<f— 22/"10 6 
in the Provinces, 2 j 10 c/— 31 / 6 rf— 21 /5 

</— 22 /• 10 6 

on theTay, «y 6rf 

Gallant Conduct — Award of a Gold Medal to 

CoLCaulfield for Saving a Child from Drowning, 

19/-5«_20/8c 
Galliera (Duke oif) Liberal Donation to the 

Family of Communists, i 3 7 d 
Gambado (Jeffrey) SUte of Rotten Row, 3/ 12 a 
Gambler, State of Trade in, 1 1 j 7 c— 19 ; 7 c— 

UmSb 
Gandy (Rev. R.) on a Cricketer*s Tombstone at 

Canterbury, 9 ; 9 e 
Garrod (Professor) Lecture on the Human Form 

in Relation to Contour, 22 f 5/ 
0A8:— 
Bamet District Gas and Water Company, 

22/7 d 
Crystal Palace District Company, 14 m 10 

c— 80 m 6/ 

Eupion Company, 9/11 a 

Gas Light and Coke Company, Report, 30 

j 7 c— 28 m 10 e 

Liverpool United Company, 22/ 7 d 

Rio de Janeiro Company, 24 m 18 b — 30 jm 6 / 

<-— State of Shares in Companies, in every day*M 

paper 
Gatke (H.) Migration of Sparrows, 31 m 5/ 
Gatlmg (R. J.) on the New Mitrailleuse Gun, 26 

Gatton (Francis) Lecture on the Typical Laws 

of Heredity, 24/4/ 
General Assessment Sessions : -Great Northern 

^SkZ/fTMrif. CJerkenwen PMriBh, J4/J1/ 

—-Mobaon V, Holborn Union, IS fll 6 

Ji^rag^ Expeneef, 8j 6/ 



General Credit and Discount Company, Report. 

16y7a— 24>7« 

Steam Navigation Cempany, 1 m 6 </ 

Subways Company, 24 ; 7 c 

Gennadius (J.) on the Greek Budget, 12 m 8 ^ 
Gentlemen Helps, 27> 9 «-80i 7 /— 2 / 18 c— 

7/5/ 
Geological History of Birds, Professor Huxley's 

Lecture, 3 »i 5 ^ 

Society, Anniversai7 Meeting, 17/6 /* 

Geologist's Association Visit the British Museam^ 

20 m 4 c 
German Degrees, 2i j oj 

Embassy, 7 m 9 / 

V. English Beer, 6 /* 1 1 / 

Governesses, 26 .; 4 e 

Union Telegraph and Trust Company, 18 

/7c 
GERMANY :— 

— Alsace-Lorraine Committee, Closed, 5 m 6/ 
Discharged French Soldiers KxpeUed 

from, 16 m 5 6 

the German Press on the Ilxpulsion of 



t( 



Optants," SI mid 
- - Parliament and the Emperor, 27 mSe 
to Legislate for Itself, 19 m 5/ 



Present Condition of, 8 m 5 </— 15 m 5 if 

— Army, the Emperor's Speech to, 19/ 6 e 

— Amim Case-^Safe Conduct Refused to tke 
Count, 8 m 5 e 

Sentence on, 13 m 5 e 

Confirmed by the Imperial Disciplinaif 



Chamber, 5 m 6 /*— 6 m 5/ 

— Berlin, Preparations for Celebrating tke 
Emperor's 80th. Birthday, 26 /•6 a 

— Bismarck (Prince) Dr. Rudolf Meyer XrM 
for Libelling— Sentence, IS fSd 

Speeches of , 1 5 m 5 c 



— Budget, 17 j 5 d—20j 5 rf— 15 m 5 « 

— Case of Baron Von Loe, Sentence, 13 m i ^ 

— Cattle Plague in, 7/5 « 

— Court of Appeal for all Germany, Proposed 
New, at Leipsic, 20 m 5 </— 22 m 5 d—2% 
m 6 b 

Court News, 26 > 5 dS/o rf— 8 m 6/— 21 



m 5 e 



Celebration of the Emperor's 80th. Birtb- 
day, 23 m 5 6—24 m 7 rf— 27 m 6 /— 29 mSd 
Celebration of the Seventieth Anniversary 



of the Emperor's Entry into the Prussia* 
Army, I J 5 «— 2 ; 5 d^Sj 5 r 

Address to, and the Emperor's Reply, 



2 / 5rf— 3i5c 

Collision among the Soldiery at Metz oa 



the Emperor's Birthday, 29 « 6 rf— 31 m 7 « 
Confirmation of Three of the Royal 



Family, 2d m 5 d 

Eldest Son of the Crown Prince Presented 



with a Portuguese Order, I j 5 / 

Emperor's 80th. Birthday Proposed te 



Erect a Statue to the late Queen-Mother is 
Honour of, 3 m o e. 

Gigimtic Painting Presented to the Em- 



peror by the Free Towns, Ac. on his Birthday, 
31 m 8 a 

Golden Svord Yt^wixV^d Vo \Vv^ IS^to^wc^ 



a^sc 



Geimuij (eoiilimtd). 

i;ourt News— I'rinceM Charles of PruEi^U 

Kopeteuly 11!, 8 J 6 e—l 8 ; S d 
Prince Churlci of Prmgia and Princuei 

£linbe»}i at MsllB, i3m5t-~\7 m IJ 
Bkrtth of the Career of the Emperor, 23 

fi^wech of the Emperor on the PrinM 

WilUam of Pruitk being Introduced into 



£ditor of a Posen Paper Inipriaoned for 

CoDlempt of Court, Hmod 
EleetioQi, Vijbctd—Kjod—Hiib— 

VtfS e 

and Fnmcli Joumali, 22 f& c 

Gehlwn (Ur.) Editor ot the HtKlagbxIx, 

Sentence OD, 13 n & < 
Qenran Euhery Sodetv, Meeting of, 19 

>>6a 

ParlUment, Decree Summoiiing, 7 /S e 

BadgeCin. la m 6/— 14 mbt 

Opening and Speech from the Throne, 

Commenta on, Z4/6 c 

- Proceeding! ia, 21 m G e—U m 7 <— 26 



Uirtun Cullege, Notes nbixil. }'i ) 3 t—2i j 10 t 
t Grant to, by tlii.- tialtnioniren' Companr, 

! GUilfltuiie (Rt. Hon. W. B.) on the Abolition of 
Capital f unithment, 2tm l»d 
AdilresBuf the Stamford Liberals lo,6 n 64 



. Ibaiiii 



mSd 



mCb 



to Sit at Leiptic, 



Iron Dnlie*. 8 n 5 «— 27 m 6 « 

Ledochowiki (Cardinal} Senlenw on, for 

VioUting the Vruisiaa Eccleaiaaiical Lawa, 10 

/6' 
- — Heating of the Pruaiian Diet, 5 w 6/ 

HiaceUaneoui Ne*i, 31 j S rf— 2* / 5 rf 

Nnrih Gtrman Gtuetit on the Probability 

at War with France, 6 f5f 

Fosen, Workmen's Biot in, Zl m 6 d 

PrtuiUn Diet Opened by the Emperor, 13 

J 6. 

Proceedinga in, 16 / & d 

Public Revenue, 16 j 5 « 

Besigaation of Gen. Von Staach, Befuaed 

by ibe Enperor, 16 in 6 r— 21 m 5 d— 22 n6d 

—23 m e d—'27 m 5 *— 29 m 6 c 

and Rnana on the War, 8/6 4 

Ship MewB, 23 > 6 ( 

BoTereign Duchies of Germany th« Rulers 

to Bear tbe Title of " Higlinesa " Instead of 

" Serene Highness " aa Heretofore, limbd 

and Spain— the Case of the Minna, 16 j H a 

— Tonga Islands Treaty with, 6 /" 6 d— 10 / 

Anatralaaian Ideas on, 18/3 « 

Ghost in Hyde Park, 81 ih 10 i 

eibbe (G. C.)Trial of hia .Sro-Hydraulic Dyeing, 

27i»6d 
tlibraltar- the Chinese Ganboats at, 23 n 6 « 

Custom Houae, 10/11/ 

— -— New Cuatom's Scheme, 22 n 6 « 

eitiHiii (John) the Sculptor, Account of, 5 / 3 a 

Gillespie &. Co.. on Mr. M'CaU and Ibe Tobago 

Mota, e_/«a' 
^^Me^ryj/'J ^^'""^ " "'okinffham on the 



— - Auihoricy in Matters of Opinion, 27/5 a 

at llurljiiglun House, -ii m 10 /* 

on ihu Uuriiley Kesoluliun on the Eaaiem 



6/ 
Correspondence with Sir H. Elliot on the 

War, 2 n 10 £ 
Deputation to, from the Frome Liberal Aa- 

•ociation,22j 6/— 23y 6 b 

Dinners Given by, 19/7 a— fi n 9 e 

Letter to the Birkenhead Working Men's 

Liberal Asaodalion, '■ij^f 
to Mr. Hunt Decliniag to Attend the 

Bath Liberal Association Meeting, 27 ; 6 d 

about Plumatead Common, 23/ 6/ 

to Mr. Sheridan on Home Role, 6 / 5 /" 

to Sir Drumuiond WolB on the Cretan 

Insurrection, 26 m 6 d 

OD the London Conference of 1871, 2*/8 b 

at Marlborough, 5 / 10 a 

on Plumstead Common, 27 fif 

on Preaching, at the City Temple, 2S m 10 e 

Public Reading at Hawarden on Turkey, 

17; loo 

Reply to the Birkenhead Working Men's 
tbe Sufferings of the I'urka, 26/ 



Address o 

— Review of Mr. Hartio'i 

Consort, 16>6r' 

— at Taunton, in Answer i 



Life of the Prince 
o an Addreaa, 2aj 



It for ■ Committae, 13 



Glasgow University — Gra 

Liberal Club Nominate Mr. Gladstona 

[or the Lord Rectorship, ti « 8 ( 
Globe Marino Inaurante Compaoy, 18/10 o 

Telegraph and Truat Company, 12 ; 7 d 

Glover [John) on the Liverpool Average Agree- 
ment, 16j 6 /■ 
Goldsmid (Julian) on the Jews in Roumaoia, 3 

> 12 6 
(Major Gen. Sir F. J.) on Islatn from Con- 



Pays up in Full his Former Creditors of Nine- 
teen Years Back, :>0] 11/ 
Good Friday in the Metropolis, 81 m 9/ 
Goode (Samuel) Mance Heliograph, 25 j 10 & 
Gordon (Col.) in China, 1 j 8 b—S/8J 

Betums to Egypt, 80/6 d—Sl j o f— \.^ S 



6d— 



if 






Got 



rALMKK*^ INDEX TO ** TIIK Vinti^ " NKWSI'APKK. 



[Jan. Ito 



Goth'v'uburg S3 «tt;tM — Debate at Birmingham 
-bout. 4 / 4 € — 2 / y /' 

OepatHtion to Guvenunent dlx)ut, 13 m \2e 

Cuverntiieiit Aunuitied, Purchase of, 12 m lOy* 

uivd liieir Friends, 12./ 10 c 

Governnieiits and Guaranteed Permanent Tra«t, 

1 w 10 f— « m 6 / 
Graham (Johnson the Arkey Collision, 12 7 10/ 
Grabham ^Dr. G. \V.) on Art iu Hospitals, V2 f 

10 6 
Grant (Albert) on the Lisbon Tramways Case, 

lt>/*tt A— 1: / 11 c 

(J. A.) on Col. GoniOn in Egypt, Sljof 

(John G.; on Barbadoes. 2',ij 7 f 

Granville (^Lord> on Art Culture, 11 ; 6 c — 1(» / 

10 c 

and his Watch, 2f\\f 

Grates, set Fireokates 

Gray*8 Inn — Award of the Arden and Baoon 

Schu]ur&hip<, 1./ H t 
Great Eastern Steamship Company, 20 /*6 c 
Fire of London, Mr. Waiford's Lecture on, 

16.; «/ 

Turf Swindle, see Civil Actions— Goucourt 



«r 



OaSECS :— 

Budget, 14/6 A— 9 m 4 e— 12 m 8 6—14 m 5 e 

and the Conference, 20 i 5 d 

Diplomatic News, ijod 

' and the Eabtern Question, 6/7/ 

Embraces England's Policy on the Eastern 

Question, 2j5 d^2 j'6c 
the Emera and the £lio Publicly Burnt at 

Athens for being in the Pay of Kussia, dJ5 d 

and Enghind. 12^ 3/ 

Ministry Resign, 9 w 5 « 

New Ministry, 12 w 5/ 

Pension Question, 8 w 6 / 

and Russia, 3/5 e 

War Estimates, 12 f 5 e— 29 w 6 e 

Greek Antiquities, Price Sale of, at Sotheby's, 

27 w 4 /• 

Liberation and Lord Palmerston, 18 7 6 r 

Monuments in Constantinople, 22m 5 f 

and Slay, M. Byzantios on the Concessions 

Granted to, 5 ; 3 </ 
Green (Professor) on the South Yorkshire Coal- 
field, 2 ; 4 6—6 ; 10 a 

(R. Cottle) on the Transvaal War, 26y 7 e 

Green Fruit, State of Trade in, 6j 7 c—l3j 6 d 

-_20> 7/— 27 ; 7 e— 3/ 7 e— 10/7 e— 17 ; 11 

<f— 24 f 10 «— 3 m 10 /— 10 m 7 /— 17 in 8 6— 

24 0iI3e 
Greenfield & Co., on the Alexandria Harbour, 

19 ; 7 a 
Greenwich Time, 23^4/— 24yi0 6 

for the Post Office, 15^ 12 c 

Gregory, Acrocliffes and Bawle, on the Sale of 

Serjeants' Inn, 16/7/* 
Gresham Lectures, Notice of Beading, 2j 7/— 

26/ 4 a 
Grey (Mana) on the Girls' Public Day School 

Company, 29m ^d 
^— - Profession of Teaching 18^ 10 6 
Grocers' Licenses, Deputation to GoTemment 
Mifoat, J4 m 8 a 
OiwvBoor (Hod. T. G.) Narntive of a Journey 
tAjvuj^b China, 28/'6e 



Grosvenor Gallery, 12 ;/i 4 c 

Grove (Georjre) on the Palestine Exploratioi 
Fund. 28 m \J 

Growth of the Earth, 1 1 > 5 / 

Guano Contract, 10/6 a— 1 1 j 4 e— 11 / 5 c— 11 
>7 6— iy>5«/— 3 w* \0d 

Guthrie (Pruft^sor) Lecture on Solid Water, 19 
J \2a 

Lecture on Waves, 20/5 « 

Guy (W. A.) Case of Gunner Charlton, 8 m 11 / 
— 10 w8a 

Guy's Hospital, Api>ointmentof Lecturer in Bo- 
tany, 6^6/ 

IL 

UaiuFs (W. H.) Infant Mortality, 18 / 12 b 

Law's Delay, 20 / 6 f 

Hakim (M. H.) on India and Turkey, 30 / 6 « 

Hail (Adm. King) Dockyard Administration, I 
/10 c 

Hamilton (A. H. A.) on Mr. Cross on Prisons, 

27/5 A 
(J. Lawrence) on Art and Our Hospitals, 

237 7/— 6/- 10 c 
Hampton (Wade) on the Condition of South 

Carolina, 16 ; 4 a 
Hanover (Queen Maria) and the Crown Prince 

and Princesses Deny having Seceded to Rome, 

12/9e 
Hans Holbein, Notes about, 11 7 4 e — 16 j 4 e— 

18;4/-24yi0d 
*' Happy Despatch " a Japanese Mode of Exe- 
cution. \Gf7f 
Harcourt (Sir. W. V.) at Oxford, 10 j 7 a 

on England and tlie Porte, 1 7/ 6 c 

and Russia, 29^ 6 6 



the Government and their Friends, 12 / 10 a 

Harding (R. P.) on Commissions on Sales, 2 7 4e 
Hargrave (Lawrence) on New Guinea, 15/ i « 
Harmless Lunatics, see Idiots 
Harrow School, Examination, 31 ; 5/— 30 iw 7 /" 
Harleston, Meeting of the Members at, 25 ^ 7/ 
Haslewood (C. A.) on the Greek Bonds, 20 m 10 a 
Hastings (Lady Flora) Memorial Tablet to, in 

Castle Donington Church, 22 m 5 /' 
Hay (Vice Adm.) on the Triumph^ 6 f5 d 
Hay ward (Wm.) London Bridge, 25 i 12 6 
Head Masters' Conference, Note about, 2 / 6 e 
Health, Registrar-General's Weekly Return of, 
3/7 c/__io y 6 e— 17 > 7 e— 24 j 10 6—7 /S 6 
—14 / 10/— 28 / 12 a— 14 m 7 «— 21 in 12 a— 
28 m 12 a 

of City Offices, 26 m 8 c 

of Government Offices, 26 .vi 6 e 

in the Isle of Wight, 11 7 10 a 

Lectures on the Laws of, 27 j 6 c/ 

of Scotland, ld> 4/— 19 m 4 c— 24 mSa 

of the War Office, 6 > 9 «— 19 ; 8 6—20 j 6 

d— 22i 12 6—3/6 /*— 8/6 a— 2 ni 10 d 
Healthy Houses, i6 ;' 6 o 
Heir of Confucius— Death of, 27/5 c— 1 m 6/ 
Hemming (G. W.) the Courts and the Judica- 
ture Acts, 3/10 c 
Hemp, State of the Market, 22/7/— 22 m 6/ 
Hensley (W.) on the ** Appeal to ArtisU," 18/ 

Hennessy (^J . Yox>e^ a.X CotV, T» m ^ j 

the Freedom ot CqiV. \ oXvi^ \.^» Yl 5 ^ e 



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Hun 



(Mitchell) rm Home Rnld &.; 10 d 
1 (Kev. Jufliah) the " Unclu Tom/* Fare- 
to his Vi-it to Knxlaiid. 1 / 10 c 
iiary Qualities, lecture on, 24/4 /* 
•Maxwell J. ^on the Middlesex Magistrate! 
the Slade Case. 3 /n 4 e 
j^ovina^s Sepairate Qoremmcnt Suppressed, 

'*/ 

Sute of. 13 j 6 d—27 i 7 «— 24> 18 c 
Jhurch Party Tolerance, Notes about, 22 
a— 28 > 6 0—26 i 6/ 

Vater at London Bridge, in every da}f» 
r — after Ship News 
ind Society of London, Annual Dinre", 22 

ay Board System, Meeting at Bedford 
It, 5 9 \\ d 

Arthur) Cork the First to Establish a 
jolof Art. 24 m 12 / 

T. H.) Equal Justice in Railway Fares 
Lines, 26/4/ 

Sir Rowland) Steps to Erect a Permanent 
lorial to, at Kidderminster, 16/9/ 
B Press on Indian Uoaours, B/4 / 
lystem. Unknown in Bankruptcy, 18/11 f 
\o Effect in Protecting under Bankruptcy, 
M / 

ical Manuscripts Commission, Sixth Re- 
, 17 m 5 c 

n (John; on the St. John del Rey Mining 
ipany. 21/12 a 

on (M.) on Commission, 10.) 6/ 
( Kobt.) on the Roval lloriiciiltural Gar- 
; 19 / 10 /i— 27; 4« 

rn ard Sons, o\^ the Case of Johnson v. 
lit Lyonnaiss, 16./ 11 a 
n Dock Warrants, 30 m 5 u 
id — Electoral Law Revision, 21/5 c — 20 
e ■ 

iXport Duty on Rags Abolished, 10 / 5 d 
ni]K>rt Duty Abolished, 16y*5 d 
udicial Bills, 21 /5 c 
gshead (John) on Fires in Theatres, 23 / 

Berries, Scarcity of. 1 1 ; 7/— 16 / 8 6—17 
'•--19 J 6/* 

m ^Consul) on the Alleged Impalements in 
lia, 19 j 5)/ 

(J.) Address to his Constituents of Hack- 

I0j7d 
n Recruit in"", 1 1 / 7/ 
for Incurables, 27 ^'5 e 
lissions —Eight Days* Ser rices at Bristol 
Clifton. 5/9/ 

ud C^olonial Marine Insurance Company, 
lual Report, 6 /7 a 
Sole, see Ireland 
lidal Insanity — Case of Daniel East, 9 m 

ir Satisfied— an Anecdote of Gen. Chan- 

lier, 26 /• 10 6 

irable l^xample, 1 1 ; 9 c 

r's Telegraph Works, 8 / 7 a 

(W.) on the International Financial So- 

r, 30 / 7 A 

w CW. B.) on IdhtB, &c., 19 j G / 

'tafc of the Harkot, \ j 7 c— 2 j 7 ri—^ j 



7 */-16 ; 7 c— 23j 7 A-30 / 7 6—5 j 7 t/— 6 f 
7 6—13 /"lOrf— 20 / 6 A-*>7 /"lO/— 6 wi 10 a 
— 12 m 7 rf— 13 m 11 uf— 19 m i c— 26 m 7 e— 
27 Ml 10 c 

Uopwood (Charles H.) on Austria and Herzego- 
vina, 12 ; 6/— 16 w 10 a 

Horse, Pulling the Tongue Out of, Trial of a 
Man for. 16; 10 c 

Trick, at Preston Fair, 1 1 i 6 /" 

Horses. Cruelty to, in Filing Teeth. 8 ./ 4 </ 

Horwood TRev. E. R.) on the Ritualistic Service 
at Lewifiham and the Ah&ence of the Bisliop 
of Rochester, S/6d 

Hospital Management, 16 j 4/ 

for Incurables, at Oxford, Note about, 5 m 

lie 

Mr. Longmore Bequeaths £10,000 to 

Establish, 18^ 8 c 

for Madagascar, 80 m 8 « 

for Sick Children, Anniversary Festival, 



2?/ 6 b 

for Women, Concert to Aid, 23 f5 c 

Concert at Grosvenor House in Aid of, 

8 m 12 a 

Hospitals, the Queen Sends a Quantity of Old 
Lmen for Surgical Purposes to, 17 /*5 </— 19/ 
id 

Art in, see Art 

Royal Presents of Game to, 1 y 9 e— 15/9 

e-20/9e 

Hough (E. J.) on the Recovery of Sunken Ves- 
sels. 26; 6/: 

Hrmnd Poisoning, 16 f 6 6 

HOUSE OF LORDS :— 

Al>erdeen Town Council v. Aberdeen Uni- 
versity, 26 m 10 rf 

Beamish's Divorce Bill. 21 in 11 c 

Bevan and another v. Marbella Iron Ore 

Company, 13 / 11 a 

CJory and others v. Bristow, 23/11 a 

Dudgeon v. Pembroke, 14/11 b 

Lockyer v. Ferryman. % m 10 « 

Mowbray Peerage, 26 m 10 « 

Thompson and others v. Eastwood. 22f\0d 

Houses in Great Cities, Notes about. 9 j 10 e — 
10^10 6 

Hovenden (Albert) on the Crystal Palace Meet- 
ing, 20 /• 6 6 

Howard (Rt. Rev. M.) the Cardinal Elect, Sketch 
of. 12 lit 4 a 

Hubback (Joseph) Claim on the Alabama A- 
wnrd. \7j 7 h 

Hugiiins (— ) on Sidereal Photography. 28 i 4 f 

Uuiston(J.C.) Defence of Mr. Schuyler, 22 j 
8c 

Human Foot, Discovery of One at Worcester on 
the Severn, 22 m 5 e— 23 mil/ 

Hnmiihrey (Rev. W. G.) Portico of St. Martin's, 
U fi/ 

Humporeys (John) Laws Delay. 19 ; 10/ 

Hungary :— Bank Question and Resignation of 
the Ministry. 9/5 c— 12 / 5 e— 17/5 c— 24 / 
5 e 

26 / ft (I ,,«, ^ 
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TALMKHtJ INIIEX TO ** TIIK TlMI'lg NKWiJI'ArtK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Gutlijuburg S3 t*i«tM — Debute at Birmingham 
about. 4 / 4 «— 2 / y /" 

Oeputatiun to Guvuriinient alx)ut, 13 w« 12« 

Ouvernaieiit Aunuitie^, Purcha^^e of, 12 m \0f 

uivd iJieir I'riends, 12y 10 c 

Guvernineiits and Guaranteed Permanent Tru«t, 

1 //I 10 c— « m U / 
Graham (Johnson the Arkey Collision, 12 / 10/ 
Grabhaui ^^Dr. G. W.)on Art in Hospitals, 12 f 

10 6 
Grant (Albert) on the Lisbon Tram wars Case, 

lt>/*8 A— 1: /lie 

(J. A.) on Cui. GoniOn in Egypt, 31 > 5/ 

(John G.; on Barbadoes. 2'Aj 7 / 

Granville (^Lord> on Art Culture, 11/6 c — 16 / 

10 c 

and his Watch, 2/11/ 

Grates, see Fireokates 

Gray's Inn — Award of the Arden and Baoon 

8cho]artfhip'>, 1./ 9 e 
Great Eastern Steamship Company, 20 /*6 c 
Fire of London, Mr. Walford's Lecture on, 

1G>«/ 

Turf Swindle, see Civil Actions— Goucourt 



OaSECS :— 

Budget,U/66— 9m4«— 12w86— 14w5e 

and the Conference, 20 i 5 d 

Diplomatic News, ijod 

' and the Eabtern Question, 6/7/ 

Embraces England's Policy on the Eastern 

Question, 2^6^—2 ;6c 
the Emera and the Elio Publicly Burnt at 

Athens for being in the Pay of liusaia, djo d 

and England, 12^ 3/ 

Ministry Resign, 9 iw 5 « 

New Ministry, 12 « 5/ 

Pension Question, 8 m 5 / 

and Russia, S/b e 

War Estimates, 12 /*6 e--29 mSe 

Greek Antiquities, Price Sale of, at Sotheby's, 

27 m 4 r 

Liberation and Lord Palmerston, IS j 6 c 

Monuments in Constantinople, 22 m 5 / 

and Slay, M. Byzantios on the Concessions 

Granted to, 5 ; 3 ef 
Green (Professor) on the South Yorkshire Coal- 
field, 2 ; 4 6—5 ; 10 a 

(R. Cottle) on the Transvaal War, 26y 7 e 

Green Fruit, State of Trade in, 6^ 7 c— 13^ 6 rf 

^20 j 7/— 27 / 7 e— 3/ 7 «— 10/7 e— 17 ; 11 

rf— 24 f 10 #—3 m 10 /— 10 m 7 f—n m 8 6— 

24mI3c 
Greenfield & Co., on the Alexandria Harbour, 

19 ; 7 a 
Greenwich Time, 23>4/— 247IO6 

for the Post Office, iSj i2e 

Gregory, AcroclifTes and Bawle, on the Sale of 

Serjeants' Inn, 16/7/" 
Gresham Lectures, Notice of Beading, 2j 7/— 

26 y 4 a 
Grey (Mana) on the Girls' Public Day School 

Company, 23 m 4 </ 
^--^ Profession of Teaching 18/ 10 6 
Ojtfceiw' LicjeoBeM, DepvtM^n to GoT«mment 
Mifout, J4 m 8 a 
G^reaor (Hon. T, G.) Nsmtive of Ji Journey 



Grosvenor Gallery, 12 m 4 r 

Grove (Geor^re) on the Palestine Exploration 

Fund, 28 m \ J 
Growth of the Earth, 1 1 > 5 / 
Guuuo Contract, 10/6 a — 11 j K e— 11 ;5 c — 11 

> 7 6—19 ; 5 </— 3 Ml \0 d 
Guthrie (Professor) Lecture on Solid Water, 19 

J Via 

Lecture on Waves, 20/5 « 

Guy (W. A.) Case of Gunner Charlton, 8 i/t 11 /* 

— lOi/i 8 a 
Guy's Hospital, Appointment of Lecturur in Bo- 
tany, o J 6/ 

IL 
Haines (W. H.) Infant Mortality, 18 ; 12 b 

Law's Delay, 20 ; 6 /* 

Hakim (M. H.) on India and Turkey, 30 / 6 « 
Hail (Adm. King) Dockyard Administration, 1 

/10 c 
Hamilton (A. H. A.) on Mr. Cross on Prisons, 

27/6/ 
(J. Lawrence) on Art and Our Hospitals, 

237*7/— 6/* 10 c 
Hampton (W'ade) on the Condition of South 

Carolina, 16 ; 4 a 
Hanover (Queen Maria) and the Crown Prince 

and Princesses Deny having Seceded to Rome, 

12 /9« 
Hans Holbein, Notes about, 11/4 t — 16 j 4 e— 

18;4/'-24yi0d 
" Happy Despatch " a Japanese Mode of Exe- 
cution. 16/7/" 
Harcourt (Sir. W. V.) at Oxford, 10/ 7 a 

on England and t)ie Porte, 17/ 6 c 

and Russia, 29/ 6 6 



the Government and their Friends, 12 / 10 a 

Harding (R. P.) on Commissions on Sales, 2 7 4s 
Hargrave (Lawrence) on New Guinea, 15/4 e 
Harmless Lunatics, see Idiots 
Harrow School, Examination, 31 ; 5/— 30 ml f 
Harleston, Meeting of the Members at, 25/ 7/ 
Haslewood (C. A.) on the Greek Bonds, 20 m 10 a 
Hastings (Lady Flora) Memorial Tablet to, in 

Castle Donington Church, 22 mh f 
Hay (Vice Adm.) on the Triumph^ 6 fh d 
Hay ward (Wm.) London Bridge, 25; 12 6 
Head Masters' Conference, Note about, 2 > 6 e 
Health, Registrar-General's Weekly Return of, 
3 ; 7 ,/— 10 / 6 «— 17 / 7 e— 24 i 10 6—7 /S 6 
— 14/10/-28/12a— 14»ii7«— 21 m 12 a— 
28 f» 12 a 

of City Offices, 26 m 8 c 

of Government Offices, 26 ?« 6 t 

in the Isle of Wight, 11 / 10 a 

Lectures on the Laws of, 27 i 6 c? 

of Scotland, 18/ 4/— 19 m 4 c— 24 m 6 « 

of the War Office, 6/9 «— 19 ; 8 6—20 / 6 

d— 22i 12 6—3/6 /*— 8/6 a— 2 m 10 d 
Healthy Houses, 16/60 
Heir of Confucius — Death of, 27/5 c—1 w 6y 
Hemming (G. W.) the Courts and the Judica- 
ture Acts, 3/*H)c 
Hemp, State o\ the Market, 22/7/— 22 m 6/ 
Hensley (W.) on the ** Appeal to ArtisU,'Mfl/ 

Hennesay (^J . Yo^*) «A, CwV, "S m ^ j 

the freedom ot Cqi^l \ o\^i^ x^, Yl 3 ^ t, 



r. * 



Mar., 31, 1S77.] rALMEit's imdkx to " tub ti.mk.s " newspapeii. 



Hun 



Ilenry (Mitchell) on Home Rub, &j\Od 
Uensun (Wev. Josiah) the •* Unclu Tom," Fare- 
well to his Vi^it to Kn^laiiU« i / 10 c 
Hereditary Qualities, lecture on, 24./' 4/ 
Heron-Maxwell J. ^on the Middlesex Magistrates 

and the Slade Case, 3 m 4 e 
Herzegovina's Separate Qovemmcnt Suppressed, 

Hides, Sute of. 13 j 6 fl—27 i 7 «— 24> 13 c 
High Church Party Tolerance, Notes about, 22 

; 12 a— 28y6«— 26i6/ 
~—^ Water at London Bridge, in every day*M 

fioper — after Ship News 
Highland Society of London, Annual Dinre", 22 

m \\J 
Highway Board System, Meeting at Bedford 

about, o i II d 
Hill (Arthur) Cork the First to Establish a 

School of Art. 24 m 12 / 
(T. H.) Equal Justice in Railway Fares 

and Lines, 26/4/ 
(Sir Rowland) Steps to Erect a Permanent 

Memorial to, at Kidderminster, l€/9/ 
Hindoe Press on Indian Hoaours, B/4 / 
Hire-System, Unknown in Bankruptcy, 18/11 f 
No Effect in Protecting under Bankruptcy, 

Vi/Wf 
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Sixth Re- 
port, 1 7 m 5 c 
Hockin (John) on the St. John del Rey Mining 

Company. 21/ 12 a 
Hodgson (M.) on Commission, 10 i 6/ 
Huge (Kobt.) on the Roval lloriicultural Gar- 
dens, 19/ 10/1—27; 4« 
Holborn ard Sons, on the Case of Johnson r. 

Credit Lyonnaiss, IGy 11 a 

on Dock Warrants, 30 w 5 a 

Holland- Electoral Law Revision, 21/5 c — 20 

m 5 e 

Export Duty on Rags Abolished, 16 / 5 </ 

Ini]>ort Duly Abolished, 16/5 d 

— Judicial Bills, 21 /5 c 

HoUingshead (John) on Fires in Theatres, 23 / 

*/ 
Holly Berries, Scarcity of, 1 1 ; 7/— 16 / 8 6—17 

Holmes y, Consul) on the Alleged Impalements in 
Bosnia, 19 j i) / 

Holms (J.) Address to his Constituents of Hack- 
ney, \0 J 7 d 

on Recruit in"", 1 1 ; 7/ 

Home for Incuracles, 27 j 5 « 

Missions— Eight Day*' Serrices at Bristol 

and Clifton, 5/9/ 

and C-olonial Marine Insurance Company, 



Annual Report, ^ f7 a 

Role, see Ireland 

'Homicidal Insanity — Case of Daniel East, 9 m 

10 e 
Honour Satisfied— an Anecdote of Gen. Chan- 
gamier, 26/ 10 6 
Honourable i'lxample, 1 1 ; 9 c 
Hooper's Telegraph Works, 8 / 7 a 
Hope (W.) on the International Financial So- 
ciety, 80 / 7 6 
Hopkioi^ (W. B.) on Idiota, &c„ 19 J G / 
Hops, State of the Market, / y 7 r— 2 / 7 d- -9 / 



7 ^_16 ; 7 c— 23j 7 A-30 / 7 6-5 j 7 d-^Gf 
7 6-13 f\0 </— 20 / 6 A -•>7 f 10 /*- 6 m 10 a 
—12 m 7 rf— 13 m 11 uf— 19 m i c— 26 m 7 e— 
27 m 10 c 

Uopwood (Charles H.) on Austria and Herzego- 
vina, 12 76/— 15 w lit a 

Horse, Pulling the Tongue Out of, Trial of a 
Man for, 16; 10 c 

Trick, at Preston Fair, 1 1 i 6/ 

Horses. Cruelty to, in Filing Teeth. Z fi d 

Horwood (Rey. E. R.) on the Ritualistic Service 
at Lewisham and the Absence of the Bisliop 
of Rochester, 8/6 rf 

Hospital Management, 16 j 4/ 

for Incurables, at Oxford, Note about, 5 m 

lie 

Mr. Longmore Bequeaths £10,000 to 

Establish, 18y 8 c 

for Madagascar, 80 m 8 « 

for Sick Children, Anniversary Festival, 



22/ 6 b 

for Women, Concert to Aid, 28 /"5 c 

Concert at Orosvenor House in Aid of, 

8 m 12 a 

Hospitals, the Queen Sends a Quantity of Old 
Lmen for Surgical Purposes to, 17 /*5 <f— 19/ 
id 

Art in, ««e Art 

Royal Presents of Game to, 1 y 9 e— 15/9 

e-20/ 9e 

Hough (E. J.) on the Recovery of Sunken Ves- 
sels, 26; 6/: 

Hrmnd Poisoning, \CtjGb 

HOUSE OF LORDS :— 

Al>erdeen Town Council v. Aberdeen Uni- 
versity, 26 m 10 rf 

Beamish *s Divorce Bill, 21 in 11 c 

Bevan and another v. Marbella Iron Ore 

(^mpnny, 13/ 11 a 

Cory and others v. Bristow, 23/11 a 

Dudgeon v. Pembroke, 14/11 b 

Lockyer v. Ferryman. % m 10 a 

Mcwbray Peerage, 26 m 10 « 

Thompson and others v. Eastwood, 22/\0d 



Houses in Great Cities, Notes about, 9 j 10 e — 

10^10 6 

Hovenden (Albert) on the Crystal Palace Meet- 
ing, 20 /* 6 6 
Howard (Rt. Rev. M.) the Cardinal Fiect, Sketch 

of, 12 m 4 a 
Hubback (Joseph) Claim on the Alabama A- 

ward. \7J7h 
Huginns (— ) on Sidereal Photography, 28 t 4 f 
Huiston (J. C.) Defence of Mr. Schuyler, 22 j 

8c 
Human Foot, Discovery of One at Worcester on 

the Severn, 22 m 5 e— 23 wi 1 1 / 
Humiihrey (Rev. W. G.) Portico of St. Martin's, 

U /'A/ 
Humporeys (John) Laws Delay. 19 ; 10/ 
Hungary :— Bank Question and Resignation of 

the Ministry. 9/5 c— 12 / 5 e— 17/5 c— 24 / 

5 c 

26 / ft (I « ^ 



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PALM£R*8 INDEX TO " THE TIMKS " NKWSPArEK. 



[Jan. 1 lo 



Hungary :— Ministerial Crisis, 12/6 d— i:J fad 

MiscelIan(H>Ud News, 10 /'5 c — 12/5 c/ & e. 

—24 ml € 

and 'i'urkey. ^m h e. 

Hunt (IlolmanJ at his i>tU(Uu in Jerusalem, 15 7 

66 
Hun'erian Oration. 14/11 o— 15/irf 
Huntingdonshire Assizes — tho Judge Chanp-es 

his Sentence 8t the U^quest of the Jury, 20 m 

Hussey (A. L.^ Mad Dogs, 4 / 10./ 
liutchinson (Edward) Best Trade Route to the 

Lake Regions of central Africa, 28 w 5/ 
Huxley (Professor) Lecture on the Geological 

History of Birds, 3 m 6 /* 
Hyde Park on Good Friday, 31 m 9 f 

Corner, Notes about, 14/11 f—lo/S d 

at Knightsbridge, 18^6 u—2bj 10 6 

State of Rotten Row. 3/ 12 a 

Hydrophobia, Return of Deaths from, 3 / «— 

15 TO 11 /• 

Case of, in Shoreditch, 23/12 a 

Hydro-Dynamic Puzzle, 8; G/— Uy 11 «— 10 ; 

o/-ll;6/— 12i 12 a 
Hygeiopoiis, New Sanitary Association, 15/4 e 

— 1670 6 
Hypte, Worms &. Co., on the Alabama Award, 

30; 6 6 

1. 
Idiots, Imbeciles and Harmless Lunatics, 19^ fi 

/— 23 7 G« 
Ignatieff (Gen.) no OflScial Visit to London, 5 r.i 

Ue 

in Berlin, 7 m o d 

Leaves for Paris, 23 w 9 / 

in London, 17 m 11 /*— Jl m 9/— 22 m 9/ 

Reception at the English Foreign Office, 

22 TO 5 c 
Impalements, Alleged, in Bosnia, 19 / 9y- 20 J 

««— 23/7^—14/11 /— 16/5 /:— I m 4 e 
Imperial Credit Company, 24 j 7 «— 1 /7c 
Impostor at Liverpool, 26 / 6 rf 
Import Duty, Official Return, 3 ji" 12 c 

and Export Returns, 8 to C A 

Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 29 y 7 

d—S\ j7e—7j 7 e 
Improved Wood Paving Companv, 12/7 6—13 

riOd 
Improving Away, 29 j 9 /~12,/ 12 a 
Inaction or Coercion, 20/9/ 
Income Tax, 16 j 9 « 
Incorporated Law Society, Examinations, 7 m 

5« 
India and Turkey, 30.; 6 e 

Rubber, Gutta Percha & Telegraph Works, 

14 m lOr— 22 m 6e 

Afghan, Russia and Great Britain, BJ $ d 

— I0j5 b 

Arrangements for War. 27 J 5 d 

Conference in General Relations with, 10 



f5d 



Raids of. 20 f \0 b 



^ a 



A/rJe)}s DhturbanccB, 9j 4 a — 29 ^ 5 a—hj 



Atrocities Committed by. C/G c 



4^ 



Submit, Ji^ /// J a 



India {routitnied). 

Appointments, 10 7 9/ 

Army Arrangements, S )' t* c 

Bombay Sailors, Home Opened by 



the 



Viceroy, Ifi ; 9 / 

University, Annual Convocation of, 13 / 



7f 
— Budget, 26 / 5 a -9 ;/i 5 e— 12 « 6 n— Iti ,n 

6 i— 19 m 5 rt— 27 m 11 /-.29 woe 

Calcutta University, Meeting of Conv^-a- 



tion, 17 m o a 
Consecration of Bishops, 12 to 6 a—lS m 

9/ 

Cotton Districts, 6/6 c— 8/5 e 

Frauds Act, 20 w 8 c 

Cycle of Droughts Worked Out by Dr. 



Hunter, 26/" 5 a 

Note on, 28/66 



— Dearth in, 16; 6/ 

— Decentralization of the Financiers, Bilb to 
Effect, 26 TO 5 a 

Scheme, 19 m 5 a 



— Delhi, Imperial Assemblage at — Festive 
Arrangements, 1 ; 5 a — 9j 4 a 

Account of the Proceedings, 8 7 5 a 

Amnesty Granted on the Occasion, 15 m 

Gd 

the Chiefs Assembled Telegraph Greet- 
ings to the Queen on the Assumption of her 
Title, 8j 5 c 

Cost of the Assemblage, 10 / 6 rf 

the Debati on the Proceedings, 8 i 5 c 

Display of Elephants at, 31 j 9 / 

Dissatisfaction Expressed by Many, \b j 



5 a 



Festivities, Sj 5 d—S j 5 c 

the Hindoo Press on the Honours Cim- 

ferred, 8 ./ 4 / 

Honorary Order Conferred on the Ocoa- 



sion, 2 j 5 /— 8; 6c 

Imperiil Emblems — Banners -Swords 

and Medals Sent from England for Presenta- 
tion During, 1 j G b — 2 / 5 /— 5 w 9 e 

Miniature Facsimile of the Medal to lie 

Struck, 24 > 6 d 

Notf*8 on the Literary Men Honoured 



with the Star of India, 5j9 J 

M. Vul Prinseps Engaged to Paint tht^ 



Ceremonials, 2jbf 

Prisoners Relea.«ied, Native and European 



on the Meeting, 4 j 5 d — 87 5 c 

Proclamation of the Queen as £mpre«i>, 



2 ; 5 a 

Col. Pulley Engaged for the lUvsiraUd 



London Newi to Sketch the Ceremonial, 2j!yj 

Pyrotechnic Display at, 6 j 6 e 

Races During the Meeting, H j B c 

the Russian Press on, 11 ; 10 a 

State Banquet by the Viceroy, 8 1 5 h — 

15 j 5 a 

the Viceroy's Speech, 30 ; 3 c/ 

Mr. Wheeler Appointed Official Historiiin 



of the Ceren.onial, 9 ; 4 a 
— Famine in, 24>9/— 12/6 <i— 13/7/— 26 
/ 5 a— 5 m 5 /— 12 to 7 a— 19 m 5 a--27 m 12 •• 
• a Coiieii YVaT\\«t*% \A\\.«t wv, \^ m \ (» 



Mar. 31, lb77.] pai.ukk's ikuex to ' 



Iiq 



IiJcU» fronlimniT). 

Famine. Gazette Exlrxordlnar; on, 12/ 10 a 

Gram* for, IS j i e— IS / 6 t 

Nole* on. 23 ; 6 <— 2* > 10 i/-5/6 c~8 

Officidl I>eHpfllcUeB i.n. 2<t I 5 a — 16 m 4 a 

IJouumenis Itel \\\,>-' lo, 32 i 6 a— 2B m 

4d 

Relief W„rk^, Ci.it of, 18 j 6 s— 26 n 5 a 

Sir /\. T.'i.ii.L-'g Progreaa Through the 

Varifiii* )ji-i,,,-.j, ^Hjon— fi/5a— ia/5 4 

FrnntiL-. I)i.(iirbance», 15/ 6 o 

GoTjr.iniv.il Currency Nut«, Four Men 

Arrea led fur Forging. 13 /^y 

Hi^tury of, from il< Enrlieit Timei, 1 / 3 « 

- — lnijieri«l Mosque At Lnhore, the Viceroy 

Make! a lUndaomi; Present 'I'owarda, ijhj 
Imrort of Vines fnini France, 6y 6 c 



- Dutie*. 'i'i IN -I 

Khanof Khel.it S,-,Li I'en. 

■;s/5 a 

Treaty of I'eace with, 5 ni 6 a 

Madras Agricultural Colleti\ 2j S f 

—— Small Pox in, 27/61; 

- — ~ Mahomedan Prophecy. Itj^f 

— Mireetlaneoua Newa, 2 j 5/— iO_i j d 



th EiigbrJ, 



r Coin with " Vicloria Kiupresa" U- 1 
lued. BjSt— 16.; V 
- — Normsti i,Sir Henry) Learea for England, 



FeihawnrVallcy,DiatuibedStateof.20/5« ' 

Conference at. 27 / o rf ' -*■ 

Major Playfair Ite-initaiail in Olflce, 26 /' 1 

Priam Management, Conference at Cal- 

cnlta about, IS>5 a 

PunJHb College Raised lo ^iii L'r.iTiriity, 8 , 

■ — — Major Sandomaii in. 2i) la 8 .- j 
Quickiilver Discovered Hi IheTauna Creek, 

2j6/- 1 
Saiaoon Spinning and Weaving Hilli, Firit { 

Working of, IG/9/ 1 
ihi'Si-pny Khn >-hnlLt. lliirrif' Ren'er-ccd ' 

to be llniigeil. 2 ' .', / I 

Sttd.cxk4 Ob,r(islc Completed. 2./ 5 /' [ 

Viceroy InttNlU the Mahnraialiof Puttiala, | 

Laya the Founilalion of an AngUvMn- I 

hoinedan College at Allyghur. Sj S r— 15; 5 | 

■ Yalcoot Beg of Kashgar. 21 ih 11 a ' 

India OOm Appointments, M i« 7/ 

Indian Civil Service— Retiring Members, 20/6/ I 

New Regulations. 2 / 1 1 r ' 

Government Securiiies, Stati of Shares, I'lt . 

fvriy day'i papir , 

— Loani. 27rs/ 
- — OBlcei.Kutice».9/9c-13/fii— 2()>I0 b I 

PUnl«ra anil Civilians. 2fi.; 9 e 

and Colonial Museums, 7/5/— 13 ■» 9 e — 

21 n 10/ I 

Iniigo. Suie of Trade in, IC j 7 c— ITj 7 c— IB 

6—3 



Infant Mortality, Fearful Kate of. in the Convent 
in Carlisle Place, 26> S «-8U; 11 /■— 2/8 c-- 

Notes about, 16j U/— 18> 12 fi— 30in 8 * 

stt ISFANI MOSTALITT 

Infants Fowl. -ifS-. 

Infection by Rail, 10 1 10/ 

How it is Spread. 3 fi t 

Infaclious Diseases. Warning about, B/ 6 if 

Offif-ers of Health on, 2-1 j r. / 

Inhabited House Il-ity, Dcpatmifn to Govern- 
ment about, 14 Ri (< a 

Inman S'eam Shipping Companv, 18 / 7 c 

Ii'QU£8T9! — 

on Jtiseph Amiis. vho Slipp^ from his Van 

and Fractured his Skull, \oj 6 f 

— - on Frederick AsUJowie, a sUijide. 20 j 6 A 

„n William Atkins, Found in the Thames. 

lij 10 I'-'M' I 

on Ma'v.Inne Hniley, Burnt to Death.24 j 6 / 

on Arthur lt:ifcor, KiUeil while Cleaning an 

Engine, 3j»/ 

on Harry Baker. Killed by the Oale Blowing 



r.irt <if !he House her HareniB Occupied. 4 / 

— on John Burr, Killed by Fxlliog Out uf a 
Train, C/'«* 

— on Charles Bath, Killed ait Ihe Gr;ai 
Northern Staiinn. 24/6 f 

— on Oeo^ Bi'll, a Suicide. 15 ; 6 / 
on Percival Bennett, who Died uf llydr>.- 

— on James Billett, »ho Died from Police 
Neglect. I i'6il 

— on Miss Kmma Bourhcr. Killed in Bed bv 
a Chimney Falling Tbi^iugh the Itouf on hi'r. 



— un .lames Biid :c »!,o DIhI from Cancer nt 

(lie Windpipe, a tiuici ,i-. i\ m H) 6 
on Elizabeth Bright, Burnt lo Death in 

Kcnlish Town, 27 / !'• ' 
on Ph«be Brown. «ho Died of Want, 31 

on Dnviri Charlns Br-iwe. who Tli-cl fMiii 

Oirporal rui.iiiiinoi.l I..r^i'li'l »! :i BritUh 

Svliuul. ID/ 5 / 
on Miss Louisa G. M. Bruce, Killml at 

I'Uling Station, 2i> fi r 
on Rev. T. H. Bollocli, who Died Suddenly 

in a Fit, 16 m 3 >' 
on William Bunlen, who Died in I'risun 

from Small Pox. 2!t ui 'J f 

i,n Itobert llunoviB, who Died from nvjr.> 

pliobift,24/ll f 

on Wm. Fred. Rvng. Found living in !<l. 

Jamea-s I'ln™, \:,,':,' 
on Daniel Cadwi-ll, Killrai at Tunbrid(;u 

Station. 23 IK 10 <■ 

on John Carniodi', whu D.ihI f rum Drinking, 

2*>G/ 

on SyJncv Smiih Ciiih. who Died fnjtn 

CoUiiion at a Itiiik, 2 M2 h 
on VlcTirj Ca.'i'.n'.t*'" *Nwi ViwA "^^ "«<«»?=, 

cm HeuT? Ceo. CWAvw. Jrv'^v^v«\>;^.J 



In^ 



PAL\tKK8 INDKX To " THK TlMKS NBW.SPM'EK. 



[eFau. 1 to 



Inquests (rontimud). 

on a (^hild, who Died Suddenly in Clerken- 

well, 14 / 5 « 

on John Walter Clinch, who Died from 

Hydrophobia, 15 w 11 / 

on Roht. Cole, Killed in a Qu-»rrel, 8 m 8 c 

on John Colley, Killed by a Stone. 26 /*6 c 

on Ellen Collins, Killed by a FalUng Scaffold, 

3/6/— 14 roe 

on Police Constable Cox, Murdered at 

Netherton. 5 f^f 

" on Jumos C<»<»per. Killed by Entanglement 

in Machinery. IH/S* 

on Ann Corrall, Found Drowned, 1 j 6 rf 

on Charles C^ottenden, Killed by Falling 

into a Log Boat at I^ndon Bridge, 4; 5 /* 
— ^ on Jane Crabbe, Found in the Serpentine, 

24/11/ . 
on Diana Cullingsworth, Burnt to Death, 

30 m 3/* 
on Reuben Cuss, who Died from Chloroform 

when Under Amputation, 167 10 d 

- on Henry St. John Dagnell, a Suicide, 20 

on Marv Davis, Murdered at Birmingham, 

10 7(>e 

on Wm. Davis, a Suicide. 15 / 6 / 

on James lytny, Murdered by his Mother, 

23 7 5 '^ 
- — on a Doail ( hild, Konnd in an rinlertjikci's 

\N arehouse. 7/6 c 

on Kverett Desborou^h, Found Drownofl. 



12/Grf 
— on Dickinson, an Engine Driver, Drowned 

in the River Isis. 17i6^ 
on 1 honias Donaldson, who Died Suddenly, 

27; «e 

on Catherine Doran, a Suicide, 11 ; 10 c 

on Alice and Wm. Henry Dutton, Burnt in 

the Fire in New Church Court, Strand, 16/5/ 
on David and F. ^Y. East, Murdered by 



I heir Father, 27/5/ 

on Elizabeth Edi worth. Found Dead. 1 7 ; 6 6 

on Jane Edwaras, who Died under Chloro- 
form in University College Hospital, 12 j -6 rf 

on Esther Edwin. Killed by a Signboard 

Falling on her in Holbtjm. 4 i b f 

on Mrs. Elizabeth Elliott, Drowned by a 

Collision on the Thames, 8 im 11 /' 

00 Humphrey Ellis, Drowned in the Thames, 



12 M 6// 

on Mary Fantham, Murdered by her Para- 



Inqueats (tontinue^lj, 

on James Golwy, a Suicide, 2/12 b 

on Oliver Green, who Died from an Orer- 

dose of Chlorodyne, 21 m 10 6 
on David Greenhill, who Fell into the Water 

at Sheerness Dock, S / Hf 

on Booth Greenwood, a Suicide. 10 m 7/ 

on Henry Grey, who Died from the Bursting 

of a Varicose Vein, 5 7 6/ 
on Thos. Groomes, I)rowned at-Camberwell, 

22> 6 6— 27> 6 e 
on Eliza Grove, Killed by Falling Out of 

Window, 25 ; 9 e 
on J. C. Douglas Guy, Murdered by his 

Wife, 11 y 10 c 
on Frederick Hadley, who Died in Prison 

of SmaU Pox, 2i f\] / 
on George Hambridge, Found Dead in his 

Bargo, 28 mi 9 f 
on Morley Hanison, a Surgeon, who Di.'d 

under Chloroform, 30 m 3 f 
on Wm. Harrison, Killed by Being Jerked 

from his Cab in a Collision in Goodge Street, 

6/6 « 

on Emily Hart, Burnt to Death, 5 7 6/ 

on Miss Mary Hawkins, Found Drowned, 

12 /M.G// 
on John Hay, who Died from a Blow in 



mour, 21 /of 
on Wm. Fardell, who Died from Want, 28 

W 9 /* y 

on Mary Hannah Francis, who Died of 

Aix>plexy in Cheapside, 4 j h j-^Vlj 5 J 

on John Froome, a Suicide 24/11 /* 

on Jas. Frost, from Attempted Suicide, I7766 

on John Gallant, who Dit d in Prison, 30 

on Azuriah Gibbs, Killed by a Ves«el 

'J brown at him by hii Wife. 29 »i 9./ 
on ^iamuel Giles, who Died in a Police Cell, 

-— on VVUIiMm UiUinghanif Founfi in the 



the Street, 23 / 12 a 

— on 'i'l Oi». ltavnet», Kill.d by Being Thrown 
Off a Cab. 8 / 6/ 

— en »)ihn Henley, Drowned in the Docks, 



111; \K)d 

— -on Caroline Ilesketh, 



who Died under 

Chluroform, 26 /// 10 c 
on Samuel and Jane Hickmg, the Murderer 

and his Victim, 16/5 t 
on Edward HoUoway, a Suicide, in Prison, 

1 w 11 / 
on fallen Hook, who Died in St. Pancras 

Workhouse from iNeglect, 16/5/ 
on Richard John Horner, who Died from 

Consumption Accelerated by an Inhuman 

Landlord, 13 / 12 c 
on Emily Hoskins, who Died Suddenly, 23 

m 10 6 
on the Dowager Countess Howe, a Suicide, 

3176/- 
on Walter Humphrv, Scalded to Death, 5 

on IsabelU Ingledew, who Died from Injury 

Inflicted by her Son, 23 j 6 r 
on Mary Ann Jackson, Crushed to Death 

by a Carriage, 15 » 6/ 

on Jane Jarvirt, Killed by a Fracture of the 



Skull, 24 / 6/ 

— on Frederick Johnson, a Suicide, 26 m 
10 c 

— on Alfred Jones, who Died fiom a Fractured 
Skull while in a Fit, 6/6 e 

— on Edmund Jones, Suffocated by Eating 
Bran. 6/6e 

— on \C H. Jones, Killed by the Explosion of 
a Bocket at Brighton, 11 7 10 r 

— on Alfred Jones, who Died in the Streets, 



InqnMti {•■oviinatd). 

un Ji.hn Kelly, who Didl of Want in 

Whitechitpel, 4/5/ 

on Edmond Kennedy, ft Sukside, 23 fa t 

on Mary Kinit. Durot to l>ealh, 1 h 1 1 / 

on Unnor Kipping, who Died from a 

Wrong Drug having been Admin iitered, T 

n S( 
on Faol Lambert, who Died in Fri«oa, SO 

■ 8/ 

on Mr. Bngot I^ne. a Suicide, IS ; 6 / 

on Chsrlea I*ary, KilM by the Kiuit of a 

Ilomr. Hhi 1(1* 
on Ann Lo^il, Kan Orer in Kewgntu SIraet. 

25> It t 
— -~ on Hinry I,c*.i, Ktlleil at Wcstminiler 

Bridge Staiiun, il/ad 

OB Edward Leedemiann, a Suicide, 20 ; G f> 

on Chiu. Loppard, Killed by Ihe Machinery 

at Nonlifleet. 1:! i bf 
— » on Alex, Geo. Lewington, a Suicide, 18 j 6/ 
~ on Peter LiUey, Killed by Fulling from a 



on Frederick Lowe, who Died in Prison, 30 

i6r 

on John Mab'-ney. Killed by Drinking 

Bt«ndy, 8(6/ 
on a Man. Found Orownel in Ilampslead 

No. 1 Pond. 1 J U </ 

near Hammerimilh Bridge. 20/ 10 r 

in Regent's Canal Dock. 27 i 6 « 

in IheTbamei, 12 j 5/— 22 jet 

on James Maion, Killed by Diinking 

Brandy, Kj/G f 

on Henry Math-r, a Suicide. 20 ; (! * 

on Mr». MKenna, Murdered by her Hus- 
band, 27/6/ 
on Alphonse Meurice, Found Drowned, a 

Suicide, ti/ot 
on Thoa. Moorman, Killed at Wincanton 

Station. 27 IK A 6 
on James Morgan, Scalded to Death by 

Bo linR Tar. 4 i 5 r' 
on Amelia Murphy, who Drowned Herself 

from the Inbamio Conduct of a Woman 

Named Bate*, 18 j 7/ 
— on Michael Murjiliy, who Died of Want, 

6«ll/ 

on John Naah. who Died Suddenly, nj^d 

on John Nicbulson, a buicide Murderer, 2S 

on ThoB. Notwell, Drowned at Durham, 7 

/6c 

on EUm Niittycombc. a Suicide. B m 1 1 ,/| 

on John Padieii, Poisoned by Carbolic 

Acid, -ajge 
on Mary Aim Painter, Murdered by her 

Paramour, 21 1 a f 
on Th'ima* Palmer, Killed at Shomlitdt 

Station, 24 J 6 /" 
on Jame. VtsVe.: «h . !>cd of Di-siiiuiiun, 

6m\\f 

on Wm. Parker, KiUed by a FaJl, 5> 6 / 

on Wm. Fun. Drotrned at Kef, 12 m S b 

™ J. F. I^»ns: Killed by ;, T,a:n (a- 



tea Thrown from his Vr.n, 
lio Died from a Fnctured 



Inqueata f'i-<»riiin«/j. 

pairing Over him ' 

Mj6b 
on John Pedler, 

Ankle. 15 j 8/ 

on John Fegg. Found Dying, 2 J 3/ 

on John Pothecary, who Died from Want, 

on Joseph Poultry. Burnt to Death, 10 m 



^.f 



who Died of Small Poz 



1 Frank Pix 

inColdbaih Field I'ri. , 

on SabiiiH Anna PowoU, Iturnt to Death 

H'liile Smoking in B<^, \ i 6 d 
on Thomis Powell, Murdured by his Wife, 

•2h i S f 
on Itribcrt rrcndci^iui, who Died from tbu 

Explosii-n at Tylde.ley Colliery, 80 m 8/ 
on Chas. Jftmei Pyne, Murdered by a Fel- 
low Workman, 22 /'6< 
on Jos. Hiuharda, Murdered in the Streets, 

24 / 1 1 /" 
on Solomon Kicbards, Drowned in the 

Thames. 8/9 /" 
on Anna Knbinson, Subbed in the Back in 

the City Hoad, 11 j 10 e-SSjO /■ 
on Mrs. Eliia Kogen, Killed by Falling 

Down Slairs, 2M « 9 /" 
on Wm. Ilenry Rbll.inds, Found Drowned, 

23 ) 5 r 
on Elizabeth Sandert, who Ditid from Suf- 
focation. 2i m 9 /" 
on Mary Saunders, Murdered at Aston, IB 

j e «— 24 ,;■ 6 f 
— — on Samuel Sherwood, a Soicide, 8 j 6 <" 
on Alei. Siinnionds, who Died of Typhoid 

Fever, U j 10 e 
on Benjamin Smith, who Died from Injuries 

Inflicted by Major Buckle in tlie Street, 1 f6e 
on Eliza Smith, who Died from Privation, 

on John Smith, Killed by Slipping on a 

Piece of Oranife Peel, 28i 5 c 

on Snelting, * Workman, Killed by the 

Wind Hlowir J Oawn a Fncto-y Sh itc. 3 j 9 /' 
on Mrs. liUizabelh Spellm<in[ a Suicide, 2a j 

9s 
on Charles Steers, who Died fromDrinking 

Scalding Water, !9> lOd 
oti Wm. Stevens, Killed by Machinery in 

New Street Square, 17 j 6 A 
on the Soffereri by the Arlsey Railway 

Accident, Ij 7 e— 6 j G * 
by the Explosion at Cwmtillery, 6j G / 

— 9>7/-18,6/- 
by the Fire in Farnworlh Pit, 27 j 6 e—2 

/I2 o— »./ 6/-I3/8 a— 16/9/ 

by Ihe Moi^th Railway Accident, 29 m 

on John Sallivan, Found Drowned, 16 j 

- on Wm. Taylor, who Died of I'riration, 18 



Inq 



PALUEU S INDKX TO ** TIIK TlMr.S NEW8l*Al»KK. 



[Jail. 1 to 



Inqnests {continued), 

Oil Aspatia Thompson, fiurnt to Death 

while in a Fit. 1 ; C d 

on John Thompson, Drowned hy the Up- 



setting of the Ilim-iett Forte ith Life-Boat, 16 

on Mrs. Mary Ann Thompson, Found 

Drowned, 6i 10 / 

— on George Thorogood, Starved to Death, SI 
j 5d 

on James Todd, Scalded to Death in Pot 

of Molton Lead. 15 7 6/ 
on Mr. Tompsett, Buried in a Fulling 

Building at Tunbridge, 2Gj Ij 

on Samuel Utting, a Suicide. 5 j 6/ 

on Henry Walker, Shot by a Poacher, 8/9y* 

on John Walifh. a Suicide 8 / 9 / 

on Cspt. D. Warren, Killed at Waterloo 

Junction, 31.; 5 e/- 
on Wm. Watta, Burnt to Death by Paraffin 

Oil, 27 J e 

on Mr. J. C. Wayet, Found Dying in the 



Bristol Royal Infirmary, 28/5 f 

— on Mary Ann Webster, who Died Suddenly, 
Aj 5/ 

— on Alice Beatrice Weight, Found Drowned, 
ISje/ 

— on Wm. Whale, Killed m a Street Brawl, 
6 f6e 

— on Mr. Wigginton, Starved to Death, 23 m 
10 6 

— on Amelia Wilcox, DrDwned at Sea, 24 ; 6e 

— on Phoebe Williams, Drowned off Thames 
Haven, 29 mi 9/ 

on a Woman, Found J^rowned at Clapton 



Common, 12 ; 5/ 

Under Suspicious Circumstances in 



the Lea Cut, 13y 7 /— 17 7 6 b 

Found near the Cricketers' Bridge, Re- 



gent's Park Caaal, 7 /^6 c 

— on James Wood, a Child, who Died from 
a Blow by his Mother, 3 ./' 6 / 

— on Elizabeth Wren, Killed bv her Hus- 
band, 25 7 6 / 

on a Young Girl, who Poisoned Herself at 



Liverpool, 6 / 10 /" 

Insanity, Border Line of, 2S m 7 d 

Institution of Civil Engineers. Lecture at, 3 m 5 / 

Institute of Naval Architects, Meeting, 27 w 4 e 

Lectures Before, 24 m 13 / 

Insurance Companies, Return of the Prices of 
Shares in 1872 and the Past Year, 2 f 7 h 

State of Shares in, in every dny^t papfr 

Intemperance, Meeting of the Scottish Pres- 
bytery on, 22 ; 7 d 

Parliamentary Committee on, 27 ; 5 rf 

Interdicf, 3i)7 3c— 1/7 d 

Interesting Conreyance— Sale of a Wife. 19 ; 8 6 

International Dairy Show at Hamburg, set 
Dairy 

Diplomas — English Physicians in France, 

27>8 6 

• Recognition of, 19/9 f 

Jj7tejnational Exhibition of 1851, Surplus Fund, 
JVofe oa, 4 J JO e 
—-- Jit the Caps, 16/5 - — S w U f—20 m 5 /— 



International Exhibition at Paiis Austria a&4, 
JO /5c 

Austrian Grant to Exhibitors, \5 fo d 

Agriculture, Lord Skelmersdale to Rep^ 

resent in, S fi e 

British Commissioners, 24/ 8 a — 25 j i 

d-2G ; 8 c— 31 j 9/— 19/9 « 

China Assents to Take Part in, 23 ^ 5 c 

Mr. Cunliffe Owen in Paris, 1/6 c 

Denmarlc Decides not to Send to, 9 m 5 c 

Foreign Commissioners, 29j5e 

Germany Refuses to Join, 24/5 c 

of Philadelphia, Address of the States t* 

the Queen and Government for their Atten- 
tion During, 24 m 6 a 

Mr. Conolly*s Account of, 12/3 0? 

Engraved Vote of Thanks to Govern* 



ment for Leaving St. George's Hoilse to Phila- 
delphia, 12/12 a 

the President of the Finance Presented 



with 50.000 Dollars, 23/5 h 
International Financial Society, 16 y 7 a — 27 j T 

dSOj 7 h 

Horticultural Exhibition at Oporto, 31i5(# 

Law, Memorial to Lord Beaconsfleld om 

Russia's Breach of, 5/11 6 

Mediation, Note about, 23 m 5/ 

Notices, 9 m 10 6 

Postal Union, Brazil Enters. 8 w 5 /* 

Spanish Colonies Enter, 9 m 5 e 

Prize at Turin Founded by Dr. Bressa, 5 j 

11a 
Intra- Mercurial Planet, 16 m 11 e — 29 m 9 « 
Inundations, see Floods 

Invasions, Possible, of England, see CoLLivaoir 
Inventors Patents, Deputation to Govemmeni 

about, 24 m IS d 
Investments in the Funds, 16 ^ 4 e—18 j 5 /— 

11 /10 a 
Invitation to Burglary — Jewellers and Thieves, 

9i4o 
Involuntary Travellers, 15 i 7/ 
Irby (Miss; on the Impalements in Bosnia, 23 

7/ 
War Victims in Bosnia, 2ij e 

IRELAND: — 

Addresses to the New Lord Lieutenant, \h 

>6c--l/10 a— 8/6 a 

the Viceroy *sJ{eply, 15^' 6 c 



from the Various Societies, 8/6 a 



Agrarian Outrage— Attempted Murder of 

Mr. George Roe. 29 m 5/ 

- — Cullen (C/ardinal) Refuses to Sanction a 
Demonstration in any Church on the Deatk 
of O'Mahony, the Fenian. 26 / 6 cf 

- Dublin. Public Entry of the Lord Lieuten- 
ant (the Duke of Marlborough) into, 1 1 i 5 s 

Castle First Drawing Room, I/IO a 

Grant of the City Hall for a Home 

Rule Meetin^r, 2."» j H) a 
Lord Mayor's Banquet to the "Loaf 



Lieutennnt. 7 / U / 

Main Drainage Scheme, 30 m 9 a 

Prosecution of Maclean & Co. for Sur- 
charges, 25 ; 10 a 

SchoiA oi iVtt, \\\ft ^.ot^ \A«>oAewaTit Dii- 

tribuios lV\e Vnz«^. \'i m VI a 



ImlADd (-onr/n'-a/). 

KducAtiun UiU of Mr. nvit'i, Meelin^i 

about. 30 m9 n 

Home Hub, B iIO rf 

Banquet lo Mr. Butt, fi /" 10 t 

Qtlhulic Students Present in Addre») ti 



icil, 21 

r 11 a 
Meeting for the Admission of Member*, 

6/10 6 
to Support Mr. Butt ■■ Home Rule 

Le»der, 29J6f—l/9f 

Meetings, 20/5 e— 27 y 6 rf 

Notes about, 7 /"9/ 

ihe l/niKd Irukuian Ihe Organ of, Dls- 

tootinued. i6 w 7 « 

Legal Appointmenls, S/Ga— 12 f7J 

Lord Lieuteiwnt, Movements of, 29 / 6 /" 

Holds bis First Levee at Dublin, 31 j 9/ 

Mr. May Appointed I^rd Chief Justice, 2 

/Ho 

Population Retorni, 9 m 10 ft 

Kevieir of Erenu in, During lh« Past 

Year, 2 i 7 e-6 > 10 rf 

Vi"eregal Cour', I / 10 a 

Irish Cbii^f Justiceship, 9 j g c — U ; 11 e 

Bench. 23j 7t 

ChuTCh Tempor^litiet Commission, 16/9 

/— 20/Hc 

Juilicatnre. 22/6 c 

Peer, Election. 10 n 8 c 

Prisons, 29 Bi 8 A 

Savings Banks, ISfllf 

Sunday Closing Bill, 26/11 /-8 m 11 d— 

13 m 4 if- 19 HI 4e— 21 n 10 if 

Meeting of Working Men in Dublin to 

Protest against, 2 m 6 d 

Imn and Coal Trade— Preterratioa of, a Lec- 
ture, e n> < <f 

Wagei, General Reduction in, 87 m 10 ft 

Question in the North Amicably Settled, 

20/9/ 

NieetinR of the Arbiiralioo Board at 

Darlinghon, 80 ( 10 c— 31 m 7 f 

of South Staffordshire, Annual Meeting of 

thB Wagea Board, 2 fbl—Sra 10 c 

Workers' Conference^ 10/ 1 1 d 

and Steel Institute, Annual Meeting. 32 n 

10rf-24ii.6/ 

Irou (Bev. W. J.) on the Hatchaoi Case, 2*j 8 o 

Ironical Cheering. 12 n 10 a 

Italian Brigandage. 13j 7 J 

Embuar at Paris, 15 w 5 e 

^—Soldier, 12 i" 3a 

ITALY:— 

Antonelli (Cardinal) Papers Left by, 28 w B c 

Brigands, Arrest of a Band of Twenty- 
One at Palermo. 18/8/ 

Capture a Son of Antonio H«na, 8 ;" B e 

Signor Lania. 2 fSe 

Leone the Brigand Chief Murders Two 

Persons at Monre Mtggiore. 2<i/ S a 

inXaple^ 16jl3i-29/5e 

ia Sialj. 20 j S 1 ,{~ 24 / 1 c 



Italy r-'..«ii-.:d). 

Ca: O.S , I'.igli h Ci'nlnrj- u(. ■•!<J 5 ./ 

rjiniival «i Itiimv ninl Sudden Death of 

.si-n-iTii Maristiuli. :! I .=1 .■ 
~ Chiiniber of l)i'[>ulii's. Hiid^t, 38 » 5 d 

Clerical Ahuses Hill. 2ij 5 t~25.) 5 s 

til"! CongreBBiiun of Cardinals Declare 

it Viohuen the Liberty of the Clergy, 27 j » c 

King Victor Emaiioel to be Vitiied 

«L'h llie liitatt-r Kxcommunicalion if he Ap- 
pends his Signature to the Bill. 11 m i f 

N.,i« lo ihe Nuntio!. to Warn Foreign 

Powers lo rruTcnt the Paesing of ihu Bill. 19 



Stale of Sicily, 26j 6 « 

Circular of the Government on Ihe Pope's 

Inflammsiory Altocuriun, ^0 m 6 c/— 29 m h d 

Court NifK». fi /" S rf 

Uiploniatic Newf, G ra 5 / 

and thcEiBiern Qaesiion, 20f5J 

Elections, 9 > 4 e- H j 6 i 

English Clergymen Enier the Roman 

Church. \1 I h f 

Episcopal Jubilee of Pins IX. Pr p irationi 

for Olebraiing, 20 > o e 
GeoxraphiMl .-odetyand African Explora- 
tion, 12 w 6/— 23 m 6_/ 

Green Book. 5 ni 3 / 

Import of Grapes. &r,. Forbidden, 26 m G 6 

IiiiportHtion of Horses from Egypt Pro- 
hibited, 30/ 6 e 

Imprisonment for Debt Abolished in, 8 fb* 

Juries, New Law about, 29,/ 5 d & c 

General Medici, his Advancement, 12j'3 a 

Miscellaneous News, IGj 6 if— 9 / 5 d— 26 

/G6 

Naples— Capt. Boyton Crosses the Slratts, 

21 « 6 /■ 

Assault and Robbery on Mr. Scottin the 

Strada delta Pace, by Three RuSians. 16 / 10 A 

Midlist Pashu at. 24/8 fi— 21 m 6 / 

Review at, 21 m 5/ 

Palis Exhibition, Grant Voted for. 25y 6 < 

— Pope (Ihe) all CariliuMls Summoned to tha 

Next Consistory, S f fi d 
— — — Address from Enghsh Catholics on the 
Elevation of Cardinal Howard, 28 m 6 e 

to Pilgrims, 9j6rf— 10j5c— 11 >6 e 

Addresses lo, IG j 5 d 

Allocution Sent to the Vsrioni rowers. 

20 m 5 « 

Distributed to the Cardinals. 14 m S d 

Translation of the Text of, 19 m 6 e 

the EngUch Press on, 27 n 6 « 

American Pilgrimsabont to Visit, Uj6d 

Appoints M. Nardi Secretary o( (.Via 

Congregation, 22 I 6 c 

nn\t\ii^, V* j 5 d 



Ita 



rAi.5irrt's inurx to "the TiMKs *' nkwspapek. 



[Jiin. 1 U 



Italy ^' antmuttl J. 

- Pojie (tlioj Arr.-tngcMiu'nts for Future Con- 
«!lJlve^* Approved 1»v. JH f' »l //-27 /* r 

• All iiencea ( nntcd by, 20 / 5 «--3I ; 5 c 

— *J/6e— 8/5c/ 

Ui'Htificntiim <>f Joan of Arc, 20/6 a 

ami Brazil. 9 / 5 c 

Brief on Political Elections, 5 f'o/ 

Consistory to (lose and Open the Mouths 



of the (^ardinsils, 21 w o d 

to Create New Cardinals. 9 m 5 </— 12 



I/} o e 



to Confer the Red Hat, 9 m 5 </— 16 m 

r,C — 'M til 8 /; 

DoHih of Canlinal Nnrdi, 28 w 5 r 

Decree to Beatify the Marchioness of 



Canosfra. 9 m 5 a 

on Election of a Kcw, 24 / 5 a 

Kniperor and Empress of Brazil Rcceired 



by, l.*> /*5 r — 17/5 c 

Eicvtlecarto the Faithful of the Patri- 



archate of Babyl >n on the Offences of Joseph 

Aiidii. 6 / 5 r 

Episcopal Jubilee of. 26/6 a — 5 mod 

French Catholics Present to, 13/ n e 

Pilgrims Present the Flag of Franche 



Comte and Purse to his Holiness, S/IO d 

Good Friday Observances. 31 w 5 e 

Grants an Audience to the Neapolitan 



Society of St. Alphonso, 29 j 5 </ 

Health of, 25 ; 6 c— 27 ; 5 r— 29 > 6 d— 

31 J 5 c— 1 /5 </— 5 / 5 e— 23 w 5 c— 24 m7 e 
—26 m 6 A— 30 mS'd 

Cardinal Howard's Address to the Pope 

on his Creation, 14 '" 5 e 

Monsignore Howard to be a Cardinal, 17 



/6 c— 27/5 b 

Irish Catholic Union Present a Copy of 



the Bull of the Immaculate Conr eption bound 
Adorned with Precious Stones to. \ j h t 

a Jubilee AllfX.*ution in Preparation, 23 



•R 5 c 



Lenten Discourse, 12/5 <f 

New Cardinals, 13 m 4 a— 14 m 5 d— 17 



m 7 6—23 m 4 a 

Saints, 9 w 6 e 

Year's Reception, Sjbc 



Papal Decree of Profession of Faith for 

Archbishops, 10 m 5 e 

Pilgrimages to be Organized, 24 m 7 « 

Prelates to be Created Cardinals, 15/5 



c— 17 / 5 c— 19 r5 /•— 6 mo r 

Presentation from and to the Comte de 



Chambord, 2\ m 5 d 

Princess Massimo Receives Audience of, 



15/5 d 

Proposes to Continue the Vatican Coun- 



cil. 12/5 d 

Cardinal Simeoni's Circular to Delegates 



Abroad on the Late Allocution, 30 hi 8 b — 31 
m 5 « 

Students of the English College Received 



by, 8/5 e 

Submits Bills to the Congregations, 19 y 



^^ 



Cbntroreralal Questions to the Cardi- 
na/sfor CoiiBtderation, 'J3 / 5 b 



Ita'y (rontn.uedj. 

- - Koine. Brazilian Pilgrims Expected at, 6/5 (/ 

Carnival at. 22 / 4 e 

Sicily. Protests Against the Memorial to 

Lord Derby on the State of, 27 i 5 c— 6y 9/ 

Southern, Weather in, 10 m 9/ 

Tiber Improvements, 6 w 5 /* 

Treaty of Commerce with France, 19 y*5 y 

J. 

Jackson f J. P.) on Holly Berries, \6j 3 h 

Japan : — Defeat the Kagosuna. 5 tu 5/— 6 m 6 f 

Four Insurgents Die by the '* Happy Dis- 
patch," 16/7/ 

Insurrection in, 19 j 12 e 

of the Sarmaraix. \hfbd 

Obnoxious Tax Collector Murdered by th« 

Farmers, \f' t 5 d 

Result of their Exhibit at Philadelphia, 19 

3 12 e 

Sentence on the Rebels, 30 / 6 d — 8/5 d 

Silk Factory. 19> 12 e 

Title Bestowed on the Founders of the 



Shinshu Sect, I9i 12« 

and the United States, 10 / 4/ 

Japanese Fans, 7 /* 4 € 

Finances, 27 j 4 cf 

Jeddah, Sketch of, 4 / 4 o 

Jersey Currency, 26 m 1 1 c 

Jesuits, Iteturi) of. 6 /'5 f 

Jews Deaf and Dumb Home, Biennial Ball at 

Willises, 20 m 8 c 

and the Eastern Question, 2 ; 6 « 

in Belgrade Protest against Dr. Sand wit h*s 

Charges, 9/5 6 

in the Ea^t, Meeting at Bedford abbut the 



Treatment of, 17> 6 d—2'6j 6 e 

Notes about, 18 i 6 6— 27j 6 b— 19 wi 10 « 

in Rouraania. 2 i 12 6—5 j 10 /— G j 5 </— 



12 ; 6/— IG> 8 a- 17 ; 6 d— 18> 6 6 
in Servia, Notes about, 31^ 6 c— 2 /"ll e— 

5 /^.Z— 6/6/- 
Jewish Schools, Public Dinner in Support of, 1 1 

Johnson and Allsup, on the American MaU, 1 /* 

76 
Joint Stock Companies, Parliamentary Return, 

22 / 4 d 
Return of Insolvent During the last Seven 

Years, 10 m 10 a 
Jones (E. D.) on the Chinese " Mister," 10,/ 9 f 
(^ Lloyd; Lecture on Trade Unions, 19 m 6 6 

—22 mile 
Jorchant Tea Company, 1 1 7 7 c 
Journal des Dthata^ 26 m 9/ 
Judaism, Induction of Christians to be Allowed^ 

2 m 11/ 
Judge, Assault on One when Leaving the Court, 

17 m 13fl— 19 m 10/— 22 wild 
and Jury : the Sentence Changed by the 

Jurymen *s Advice, 20 »i 5/ 
Judicature Acts and the Courts, 3/ 10 c 
Jury, Presentment of the Grand, at Chelmsford 

Assizes, 12 m 10 c 
Jurymen, Unjust Mode of Summoning, 26 / 5 « 
Jute, State ot TraAe \t\, \% 3 1 J— ^4 1 T /— 1 / 7 

d— 2 / 7 d-^ t 7 f-\^ f \v> t— *l\ f \*l t— \ m 



Mar., mI, 1877. j i>almeu*s index to "tub timks " NfiwsffArER. 



LBTf 



« /— 7 wi 10 b- 15 m 6/-16 m 5 /*— 22 w 6/— 

2:J wi 10 c- 
Jute, Trial of a New Invention for Working, 23 

mile 

K. 
Kaiftar-i-Hiiul. Notes on. 1 m 7 /*— 2 //» 4 /'— 5 m 8 b 
Kalisch (M.) on the Jews in Servia. 31 j 6 c 
Keene(Alec) on the Kingsbury Steeple llaces, 

29 ; 10 u 
Keeper of the Seals, Death of. 23 ; 6 / 
Ktkewich (Arthur) Law's Delay,' 12^11/ 
Keuealy (Dr.) at Hanley, 24.; 9./" 

at Burslem, Riot, 25^ 7 f 

at Stoke on-Trent, Kiot, 27 ; 6 c 

Applies to Lord l)erby for Assistance to 

investigate the.Tidiborne Case. 2Gy 10 ^ 
Kensington Gardens — Complaint of Cutting 

Large Trees Down in, 13,/* 3 e 

Gore Mansions Company, 16 m 6 6 

Kestell Cornish (Bp.) Hospital for Madagascar, 

:^u w 3 « 
Kew Gardens, Refusal to Allow the " Cumber- 
land Arms '* to be Removed, 5 m 6 c 
Khan of Khiva Hands over his Territory to tht 

Cxar, 3joe 
Kimber (Kdni.) on Plumstead and Banstead 

(Simmons, 11 /9 e 
(Henry) and the Crystal Palace Company, 

21 / 12o 
King (John) Sad Case as Mate of the Talisman, 

10.; 11 d 
King's Collefje. Tendon. Annual Dinner. 19/ 3 « 

Appointnivntd. 27 m .1 e 

Kirk (John) State of Zanzibar, l(i ; 7 e 
Knavery f nd Superstiiioti at ('ervera. 26 m G e 
KNIGHTHOOD AND BABONETAGE: — 

DrinkwHter, Wm. Luce, Kniijht, 28 m 8 n 

Gill, Junies. Knit/hi, 2H m 8 a 

Medhurst, W. H., Knight, 28 w 8 a 

Young. Allen. Kniyht, 17 m ^/ 



Knightsbiidge Barraekn, Note about. 23 j 5 d 
Kossuth (M.) on the Eastern Question, 13 j i c 

— 21 J 5 a 

L. 
Labour Market of America, \ j 7 d 
Ladell «J1. R.) Head Masters' Conference, 2 j 6e 
Lady Helps, 19> 10/— 23> Hc-^ f^f 
Lake of Geneva, 1 7 /« 7 /' 
Lake (B. G.) on Commi^^sions on Sales. 2/4 e 
Lambert Fund, Charles Reade on the Closing of, 

i\ m 12 u 
Lambeih, Degrees Granted, 10^' 10/— 26 j 9 «— 

13/11./ 
Lancashire Insurance Company, G i 7 a 

. New (^hief Constable of. 30 m 7 e 

Land^lips near Dover, 26 / d b 

at Bath. 29; 6 d 

at Shotover Hill, 1 1 .; 1 1 a 

Lange ( D. A.) and the Suez Canal. 1/11/ 

Langham Hotel Company, 15 /'7 e 

Lanyon ( — ; on Ventilation, 9^ 10 « 

Last New Fidly — Imprisoning a Man for Not 

liaviiig his Child Vaccinated, 29 ; 6 c 
Latin Trea;iure Trove, 17/4 d 
LAW:— 

Actions in Common La%r, see Civil Acxroyg 

'■ i» ' Jjt the Supcriijr Court B,,ii£e Qivil Acrio>?i^ 



I 



Law (roulinned). 

Appeal Cases, see House or Lords 

Criminal Cases, ««e Middlesex Sessioki 



Bankruptcies, see Bankruptcieb 



- Bankruptcy Court Cases, «?e Bankruptct 
Court 

Banquets hy the Bar, to the New Judges, 

1 7 7 5 d— 5/ (>H^Vi 1 9 (J 

Calls to the Bar. 27 / 1 1 ./— 29 ; 6 d 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, sti Admi* 

RALTY Court 

in the Probate Couit. .*e< Civil Actjons 

before the Provincial Magistrates, i^tt 



Police 

— Chancery Division, 5 m 4 c 

Cause List, 2 m o /' 

Chambers, 16 m 4V— 10 m 8 d 



— Circuits, 22 ; 6 d—h / 1 1 d— 7y U 6 

— Codification of, 15/10/ 

— Consistory Court, set Arches, Ac. 

— County Court Cases sm Civil Action* 

— Court for the Con-ileration of Crown Cases 
Reserved, stt Criminal Trials 

— Days of Sittings of the Courts, in eoerif 
dtiy^s paper 

— Dividends in Bankruptcy, se^i Dividekda 

— Divorce Court nee Divorce Court 

— Ecclesiastical Cases, nee Arches, ^c. Court 

— Estates in Liquidation, see. Estateh 

— High C/Ourt of Justice and Counciller Mar* 
ten, 26 / 8 6 

— Lord .Mavor*s Court Action?, see Civile 
Actions 

— New I»ish Lord CJiief Justice— Mr. May, 2 



ff^a 



Queen's Counsel, 8/9 «— 9 tof—\n fie 

Notices of Sittings, of the Courts, in ecfii/ 

day's /Kffter 

Privy Council Proceedings, sec pRivr 

Council 

Scotch Bench and Bar. vre Scotch 

Sequestrations, see Bankruptcies 



Spring ( ircuits, 9 ; 1 1 e 

State of Business in the Rolls. 5 /* 10/ 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil AcnoNa 

Surrey Assizes. 6/ 12 a 

Trials in the Criminal Court, sea Cri}|IKA|« 

Trials 
Law's Delay, M / « /— 12 ; 1 1 ^-13 ; 7 /'-IB / 

12 c— 18 / 6 rf— 19 ;• 10 /--20 ;' « /-2(Jy 4/— 

30 i 10 I';— 5 /•4/— 9/12 CI— 16/4 e 
Law and General Life Assurance Society, 28 m 

10 a 

Life Assurance Society, 5/7 a 

— ^ Reversionary Interest Society, 24 m 13 a 

Union Fire and Life Insurance Company, 

23 w 6 a 

Lawlessness and its Consequences. 12 / 7 f 
Lawrence- Hamilton (Dr. J.) on Art in Hospitals, 

29; 7/-10 /5i9 
Laws of Health. Lectures on. 27 i ^ d 
Lawson (Sir Wilfrid) at Carlisle, 23^ 6 d 
— ^ at ( '(x:kennouth, 3 /' (> c 
- — at KduAb\\T^\\, *ivi ) o | 
I^y OxAevaixcvi?', '^vAe ?kVi>aL\., \T> i ^ «- 



i-ea 



palmer's INDKX to " TllK TIMSS " XEWSrAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 tt* 



I.ca (^Hev. Simcox) on Holly Berries, 17 ; 7 f 

an Interdict, 30/3 t—\fld—hf 9./ 

Jx>adwnhali Market, Price Sale List, 1 7 7 c— Oy 

7 c— 15; 7 c— 2U ; 7 /— 27 j 7«'-3 /'7«— 10 / 

7 «— 17 / 11 //— 24 / 10 «-3 m 10/— 10 m 7/ 

- 17 m 8 //— 24 /w l.T r-31 w/ 7 /' 
l.e Kevre & Co., on ilie New Tower Bridge, 29 / 

t) /• 
LEADING ARTICLTS:- 

Admiralty Administratton. 7 w 9 c 

Alabama Keward Surplus. 8 ; 9 6 

Alsace-Lorraine, Deplorable State of, 16 

Ancient Monuments Bill, 8 w 9 < 

Anglo-Mahomedan College, 227 9 d 

Arlsey Railway Collision, iiji)d 

Aruiy Estimates, 27 / 9 flf— 6 m 9 c 

Arrest of Mr. Tooth, 23.; 9 e 

Artisans' Dwellings Acts. Si m 9 d 

Lord Beaconsficld in his New Position, 30 

J9a 

Birmingham School Boanl. 20 j9 c 

- Blue Books on Turki^h AflFairs, 10/9 c 
< n the Conference, 12 /O A 

Block in the Chancery (Courts, 12; 9 c 

Board of Trade Returns, 8/9 </ 

a Bonapartist Senator, 12 tit 9 h 

Bridging the Atlantic, 27> 9 d 

■ — Mr. Bright on Temperance, 4 ; 9 r 

Burns* Statue at Glasgow, 20 ; 9 d 

Canada. 2y w 9 c 

Catile Plague, 30 w 9 </ 

Charity Organization. '9 w 9 r 

Chinese Embassy, 25 j 9 r 

Labour in California, 30 ; 9 c— 15 m 9 d 

Civil Service Estimates, 16/'9 c 

Coal Supply, 8 / 9 </ 

Colonial Marriages Bill, 1 w 9 c 

Commission at Washington. 19/9 A 

Compromise at Washington, 20 ; 9 c 

the Comte de Chambaud, 8 »i 9 6 

Conference on the Eastern Question, 2 / 9 

/-»— 4> 9 ri— 8> 9 a- 9 j 9 a -12 ; 9 a—lG ; 9 a 

-2Ajda 

Circular of Russii on, 3 /*9 a 

the Crisis, 13 ; 9 a 

Endof, 22i9a 

Protocol of the First Meeting, 2/9 a 

Protocols of. 8 /'9 // 

Withdrawal of the Ambassadors, 23 j 9 o 



Coi flict at Washington, 28/9 d 

Constantinople Confercm-e, 10 //i 9 4 

Cost of the Colonies, 17 m II d 



Costs in Poaching Cases, 7 m e 

Crown in Private Council, 17/ 9 « 

Cyclone Wave in Bengal, 3 ; 9 c 

• Death of Gen. Changarnier, 16 /9 c 

Debate on the Eastern Question, 21 / 10 a 

— Declaration of Paris, 3 ;/< 9 c 

the Delhi Proclamation, 2 / 9 « 

Diplomatic Prospects, 15 /'9 q 

Discipline for Truant Scholars, 22 / 9 c 

Disputed Presidency of America, 17 / 10 ^ 

Dramage and Navigation, 26 tii 9 b 

}>rujt)8 Bt Oxford, Sj 9 n 

— - f^rri Jjufferin on the Duties of Go vernor- 
OenetiaJ, 2yO 6 
J4 



Leading Articles (toutivuedj. 

Kasteru Affairs, 1 j 9 b — 5 / 9 n — 16 7 9 A— 

19 / 9 «— 20 J 9 v.— 26^ 9 «— 27 ; 9 «— 30 j V " 
—5 w 9 u—7 M 9 //— 13 iit 9 a— 14 m 9 6— !.'» 
ni 9 <i— 21 m 9 /;— 22 m 9 q— 24 wi 12 a— 29 m » >j 

Dilemma, 18 ^' 9 a 

Question, 10/9 ^—13 / 9 c— 16/ 9 »— 

19/9 «— 20/9 0—23/ 9 /**— 2 tu 9 a 

the Debate on, 24 m 1 1 c— 28 m 9 n 

Ecclesiastical Offices and Feet Bill, 23 / 9 f/ 



Prosecutions, 27 j 9 c 

Edinburyh Review on the Eastern Question. 

15>9a 

Elbcuf Chamber of Commerce, 18/9 6 

Elementary Education in Ireland, 17 w 11 ♦• 

Emperor of Germany and the German 

Army, 14/9 e 

the Emperor William of Germany, 22 m ') 4 

England, Italy and the Vatican, 15 vji 9 i^ 

English Church Union. 1/9 c 

Coal Mining, 25 ; 9 df 

Invalids and French Doctors, Sj 9 r 

and Foreign Trade, 15 m 9 e 



Eztraditivn Case, \SJ9d 



Fall of Midhat Pasha, 6/9 a—l / 9 c 

the Floods, 15>9« 

Foreign Trade of France, 27/9 c 

Free and Compulsory Education in Fra^o^. 

3/9 rf 
— '■ — Trade and Protection in Australia. 14 w 9 f 



— French Bar and Bench, liJ ; 9 c 

Budget, 9>9 c 

Finances, 31 m 9 h 

Legitimists and the Chapelle Expiatoire. 

24^8 6 

Politics, 1 jf* 9 rf 

Sugar Duties, 16; 9 c 

Tariff, 2i m 9 d 

Treaty of Commerce, 28 A 9 c— 10 w 9 * 

^ r. English Cotton Spinners, 1 2 /« 9 d — 1 7 

m 11 « 



Sir Bartle Frere and South Africa, 24 



«» 



</— 2 m 9 c 

— M. Gambetta and the Committee of Finance, 
29 / 9 c 

— General Ignatieff, 6 m 9 6— 12 w 9 «— u: ,: 
9 a— 17 m\\ b 20 m 9 b 

in England, 80 m 7 b 

— German Budget. 26 / 9 c 
Emperor's Speech, 24/9 a 



— Gernmny and Alsace- Lorraine, 9 m 9 /> 

Mr. Giadstoue at F'rome, 28 ; 9 c 

aud Sir W. Harcourt, 29 j 9 « 

on Preaching, 24 /« 12 6 

and our Treaty Engagements, 17/ iii • 

Col. Gordon, 29 7 9 b 

Gothenburg System, 6/9 c — 14 m9 d 

Government and the Eastern Question. 1 

/9a 

Burials Bill, 14 m 9 c 

Greek and Slav, 5 ; 9 c 

Habitual Criminals, 1 m9 d 

Hatcham Case, 15> 9 rf— 18 i9d 

Mr. Hayes's Policy, 13 w 9 6 

and the Senate, 29 m 9 c 

HeaUh ot \Yve Vo\», a j^ c 

lie«\lYiy Vlou*ea, \\ j ^ ^ 



House irf Commons ind the KMtern Que 

tion. 26 I) !) a 

of Lordf. 9/"10ft 

- — Hugo, Viotor. and f^iiis HUiic, aimSd 

Hun){erfur(l Afur.lera. 'J2 / Ht 

HunterJniiOiii.iiin. 13/ SP li 

India kiiil (Ik- Delhi AuM^inbkge, 1 r 9 a 

IiKlinn llii!ii-t. i«B. 9i 

— — - FiiMi ,■< It , a t— 15 J 9 6— 23j » ft— 6 

tViiiiiH!! and Finuncet. I7j 9 i — 12 m V 

Fin&nce. 14/9 d 

Infant Mortulitjr, ]ii9d 

Irelund in the pH«t Year, 3 ;' 9 ti 

~— Irith Bench, 2U / 9 r 

Chief Ju<iti<'e.-hi|>. 10> » t 

Judicnture lilll. -iO I H '■ 

Law Kefonii, Vij u J 

tjodely, \mit I 

SuDdfty ClMTtg BUI, 13 /"9 rf I 

Ir>o aivd Sleol Ir.«tiiute, ■it ml d . 

lulian Finances, ,« « 9 * 

Go»ernnieiit and the Paparv, Sn ml f I 

King Alfon««'a Progress throi-gli Spnin, 10 i 



LMding AitlclM (rontinved). 

Our TreHiy KngHgemenlB, 14/9 h 

Pari* Eihibition, I «■ 9 a 

, TarlJAnient and Eaalem AfEain, U/Ou 

' and Fonign ASain, 8 /"H c 

I'arlianieiiiHry Notice* of Motion*, 9 /^lu if 

Pn»|iects. 10 /'9 a 

Parties in the riiiied Slates. 6 /9 rf 

Peace Negotiations. 2;! m 9 n 

Prospects in South Afriia. 20 fi d 

Fere Hyat-inthe and U. 4l- MoiiteUmbert. 

rim^d 

Dr. Petprmann on England. * i 9 ./ 

I>r. Ljun Playfair on the Profession uf 

Teai'liinji. II! ;9</ 

Politics and Kelipion in Fmnce, \2)9b 

the Pope and the Vatican Council, 17/ 1(1 'f 

Population of France, -ii ^9 h 

P..rn -nl aird the Slave trade. 19 / 9 c 

PoBsibiliiv of Mediation, ia/» i 

Postal ^titisiic. 2? «<■ 



Lake Shore Railva; Accident, ij 9 d 

Land Tenure Bdl, 22 ts 9 d 

Law Keform, 31 ; 9 i 

Law's Delay's, 17> 9 d 

Sir W. Lawson and ihe PennisniTe Bill, 31 

>9c 

Local Administration, 10 m 9 e 

London School Board Budget, U /9 rf 

Water Supply, 1/9 rf 

ihe Long Firm, 19 m 9 rf 

Lard Marcus lieintfordiin.llloneyLendurs, 

*Si-9<i 

Loniiiana, 1 1 j 9 c 

SlrJiriioLubbockiOalDdikandilieColonieB, 

13> 9 e 

Maritime Kighla, 5 m 9 6 

Meeting of ParlUment, 30 ;' 9 n—^ f9 a 

I . Miinben Out of Parlinni^nt. 2 /il A 

MiUh«L-» I,.-IHT lu Ihe Sulian. ill /IK I, 

ourMiliian- Urgaiiizalion, 17^ In '' 

MioislBrial'LTisiB in Turkey, 7 /9 b 

the Hinisters at Literpuol, 2G / 9 ^ 

Modem Architects, ati m 9 d 

Ships of War, 6 ni 9 « 

Moremeiiu of Troops, 27 ™ 6 n 

Mr. Mundella on Work and W.igea, 7 /■£( rf 

, National Assembly of France, U j 9 (t 

Naral Adminisiratwo, SI > 9 rf 

N»»y, 19 ) 9 * 

Eatimatei, 18 w 9 rf 

and Torpedoes, ;i2 m 9 e 

New President of Ihe United States, 3 in i 

York City Debt, a « 9 « 

Sir Stafford Northcoteat Lirerpool, 23_; 9 a 

Ubiigalions of liailway f!ompanies, 16 m9« 

Opening uf the First Uttoman Parliament, 

of PMrliaiaent »nd Ibe Queen's Speech, 8 



ilayes Inauguration. 6 m 9 c 

- Pre.ideniial Coniest, 6 ( U 6—17 ; 9 c— 1 

•Jd 

— Setiieincnt, 22/9 6 

I Prince GoriEchakolTs Circular, 9 m 9 n 

' Prison's Bill, 12 /^g e— lB/9 fr— 24/9 i- 

Prospects of Peace, 10 j 9 6 

Protection in Canada, 27 m 9 * 

Public Income and Expenditure, 28 m » '. 

Opinion and ihe Tri-is, 1 1 j 9 a 

the Queen and the Chinese EnToys,9 f l<i 

Itailway Accidents. 5/9 rf— 2» m 9 rf 

Arbitration. 9 ;9 rf 

Commisiion. Ifi /a t 

Passenger Duty. 26 /"O rf 

Mr. Kathbone and the Working Claase*. I 

j96 

Recent Criminal Trinls. 9 n 9 t 

Reeruiting, 111 j 9 e~-22 ^9 c 

Mr. riar<! Heed on Turkey. 27 / •> 6 

IMesse of .\)r. T.wili. lu/a d 

the Kevenue. I m ii d 

Revenue Returns, l_/'9c— 4j9 6 

Heviial of the I'rotocol. 30 wi 7 n 

Russia and the European Powers, 27 n !' 

and Turkey, 6 j 9 n—22j 9 a 

Russian Circular, 7/9 a 

Opinion on War, 6 > 9 6 

Policy, 31 y 9 a 

Protocol, 81 « 9 o 

Rovsl Spcich. 9 f\»r 

Lord Salisbury's Mission, I f9 » 

the Sainbrero Compaiiv, "i^ / 9 e 

S-. Patrick's Day. 19 ™ 9 „" 

Scotch Business in I'urli anient, 2C/«J h 

Serjeant's Inn, 24 / 9 rf 

Servia and the Pone, 27 /"9 6 

Sicily andl\ie\la\\aTvVM\«iavttWi.,t j'i > 

Sir Z UTYg Ba^aAuut , 'i ih ■* t 

Slftde ViO!«cW«m, lift i 'i A 



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PALMKR » IN'DKX To " THE TIMKS NKW8PAMER. 



[Jau. 1 to 



Leading Articles {ronUvued). 

South African Difficulties, 30 w 7 </ 

■ Carolina. 31 /// y c 

Eastern Railway, 2O7 9 c? 

Metn)politan Floods, B ; 9 c 



96 



Spi'oches of Liberal Members, 10 ; 9 a 
Specie Payments in the Uniterl States, 1 /* 

Spiritualists* Prosecution, 30 / 9 </ 
— — Spit head Forts. 27 m 6 a 
— — Stock ExchanKi'. 2 1 m 9 c 
Lord Stratfuni de Kudcliffe on the Eastern 

Question. 3 / !♦ b 

Subu: ban Kace Meetings, 29 ^ 9 « 

Suez Tan jI. 13 ; 9 rf 

1'eniperance Legislation, 20 j 9 6 

— — 'I'hamcs Floods, h m 9 d 

M. Thiers and the French Armj, 6 w 9tl 

Thomas v. the Queen, 13 w 9 e 

Mr. '1 ilden's Income Tax, 25 ; 9 b 

Training of Teachers. 3 m 9 d 

Trtatmeiit of Unliicd Piisoners, 24 m 12 c 

—28 III 9 c 

Treaty of Paris. 8 m 9 c 

Turf keciprocity. 21 / 10 e 

Turkey. L'« /'*J „ 

and'Servia, 28 f\ib 

Turkish Capital. 23/9 « 

Campaigns of Russia. 28 /*9 c 

Two Ai'ocutinn", 19 w 9 h 

T\\ vcross •'. Grant. li"> / 'J '/ 

United States I'olicv, 8 m 9 d 

IniviT-iiies HUl. 20 / 9 h 

Vahiation of Projajrly Bill, 9 /« 9 d 

Watcrford Klection, 24 / 9 c 

Weather and the Floods, 3^ 9 L 

Leaping Niap:ara, 19 m G d 

Learning a Trade— School Shops, 8/4 6 

Leather, State of Trade in. 3 ; 7 «— U) / 6 c— 1 7 

>7r-24i7/— 31 j 7/— 7/7 r— 14/10 <•— 

21 / 12 c— 28 J 10 /»— 7 in 10 /»— 21 m G /— 28 

m 10 r 
Lectures on Preaching— Mr. Dale of Birming- 

hnin Appointed Lecturer at Yale University, 

24 ; 5 « 
Le<Iwhor. sky (Canlinal) Served with the Acts 

of Accusation of Offences in Germany, \ foe 
Lee (C. J.) on the Bank of London Liquidation, 

loye^ 

Lcefe vO. A.) on the Title Deeds in Chancery, 8 

J\2 h 
l-<ee8 (\V. Nassau) on Kaiser-i-llind, 2 ;/i 4/ 
Le^i^al Apiiointiueiiis, 17 j 9y 

Clubs. 19/7 d 

Difficulty; 19/.') e 

Examinations, 12 ; 5e— 16^ 10«— 12 / liy 

--15/6 6— 8 m\\ d 
LehraMun (Fred.) on the Waterford Election, 25 

/ 10 a 
\jo^\M on (John) British Copyright Abroad, 12^ 

4 a 
Letmox (Lord Henry) Health of, 9/ 11 a 
l^nten Penances. Tlfvif 
Li V •rrier(M.)Su^pec^e 1 Nitra-Mtrcurial Planet, 
loM J/ e 
J^'t/ (Letme) on Work and Wof^Hf 6 /"S ft 
-^^'^''tfiries of Hnsbandtt, I'J /n r 



Librarians, Conference of, at Philadelphia, 27 ; 
y /• 

Licen<:ed Victuallers Natiotial Defence League, 

Annual Conference, \ 1 h f 
Friendly and Protection Society, Meeting 

at Birmingham, 20 i B </ 

School, Annual B.iU. 31 j 7 b^2/S a 

Licensing of Public Houses, 17 / 6 </ 

Lichfield Cathedral Re8t«»ration, 20/ 6 c— 20 m 

12 a 
Liddon (Canon) on the Impalements in Bosnia, 

23 ;• 7/ 
Liebig Extract of Meat Company, 21/12 6 
Life Insurance Companies, 11 ; 7 A 
Life- Boat Services During 1876. 2 jll /* 

New Station at Wick. 'lA f\\f 

Lincoln (Bp. of) and his Chancellor, 1 ? 6/ 
Letter to Canon Hole on the English 

Church Union's Opinion of the Public Worship 

Regulation Act, 13 7 8 a 

Waggon and £n{?ine Company. 5 m 7/ 

Linsctd Oil, State of Trade in. 2j'7 b 

Lion Brewery Company, 1 / 7 d 

and Leopard Fight at Pesth, 2 m 9 /*— 6 m 

5./' 
Lion's Don. a Lady Enters One in Toloaa, 28 / 

Liquor Tra«le. 378 a 

Literary Predictions. 6 /* 12 a 

Lite a'uro'of Will-» ?» ■» 11/ 

LiflchalAS on the i'luunes \.*huich Mission, 28 f 

6 6 

Livorponl. Annual Meeting of the Liberal Party 

at. :^0 m K It 

Avcrn'je Agreement. 16 ; 5/— 18 ; 7 b 

/ianquet to Sir Stafford Northcoie, by the 

Mayor at, 26 j 6 a 
Standard Marine Inj^urance Company, 17 7 

7 o 

Two Banquets to the Poor of, by the 

Mayor, 24 / 4 / 

Unveiling the Statue of Mr. W. Rathbone 



t 



in Sefton Park, 2 ; 9 f 
and London and Globe Insurance Company, 

21 / 12/1 
Livesey (George) on Commissions, 19ji' 11 f 

Church Dispute at, IGi 10 <f 

Livmgstonia— Telegram from Mr. Young, 30 _; 

9/ 

News about, 3/6 n 

Resume of the Labours of Lt. Young, 3/ 

6/1 
Local Government Board and St. Pancras, I f 

7 e 
Cost of, 23 /« 4 6 

Musfeunis — Conference at Birminghaiii to 

Obtain Government Grants for, 8 ; 4y 

London (Bp. of) Movements of, SOj 9/ 

Association of Firemen, Engineers and 

Draughtsman, Annual Dinner. 19 w 11 /* 

Assurance Corporation, Change of Mana- 
gers, 12 III 7 ft 

Meeting, 23 m 6 « 

- - Bridge. Notes about, 4./ 4/—2!ij 12 b 

Fever Hospitnl, Annual Meeting, 12/6 < 

\lova\ YVaw«kX\ow% Xo, \^ m 9 (' 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmhu's ini>kx to " tiik ti.m k.s *' mw^ivvikk. 



ja-- r 



London General Cab Company's Directors Gite 

a Supper to their Drivers, Oy 4 a 
Institution. Lectures at, G / 4 ct— lf> ; 6 n — 

2G 7 Ge— 3U> 6 d—bf ie— 12 f 7 d—S ta i J— 

29 m 4 f 

as Accessible as a Free Library, 2 m 10 6 



I 



— National Society for Women's Suffrage, 
Meeting at Blackheath, 19 m 9 /* 

— Omnibus Company, 3/7 e--B/7f—22/7d 
Parochial Charities, 21 m 9/ 



Shop Girls, 20jb f 

Small Property Trust, 6/7 d 

Society for Extension of University Teach- 
ing. Annual Meeting, I Ui G // 

University, List of- Candidates Passed Ex- 
amination. IM i G /— 31 ; f< c-3 / 10 e 

Meeting «)f Convoca ion, 17 / 10 « 

Tuffnelt's New Scholarships, 29 m G f 

Warehouse Companv, Meeting, 23 ; 7 d— 

13 mil a 

Webh Auxiliary Bible Society, Meeting, 

16/ 10 d 

and County Plate Glass Insuraneo Com- 
pany, \9 f7 d 

and Middlesex Archaeological Society, Mr. 

Price's Lecture on, \4 f7 f 

Mr. Walford's Lecture at, 16 t 6 / 

and Pmvincial Marine Insurance Companv, 

12 i 7f— 25/6 n— 3/7 e 
Longevity in Wj r ham District, 16 f 5 f 
Lord Privy Seal, (ho Present Holder of that 

OflSce has not Received the Salary Attached 

toil, 10/9/ 
Lorimcrs' Company Banquet, 23 jBd 
Lo 8 and Reco>ery of £6,300 in London, 24 / 9/ 
Loit Opportunity— Col. Gordon Leaves for 

Egypt, 6 / 4 rt 
Lovett (S. U.) on SmaU Pox in St. Giles's, 1 j 

Lowe (^Robt.) on Drunkenness, 23/5/ 

and his Univeryity, 27 fS d 

on Oxford Examinations, 2G/8 6 

(E. J.) on the Floods, 2/ 10 6 

I^wther (— ) at York, 24/ 9/ 

Lowther (—) at York, on the Eastern Question, 

l\)(id 
Lowy (A.) Jews in Koumania, oj 10/— 12 / 6 / 

— 19m lOe 
Lubbock (Sir John) I..ecture on Plants and In- 

accts, 22/6 d 

on Aiitfl, 30 / 9 /• 

Head Ma-^teiV Conference, 2 j 6 « 

- at Maidstone, il j G d 
Lucan (^Lord' Health of, 17 f5/ 
^^g^gfi Itobberies Abroad, Notes en, i j 7 b 
Luther Museum, Committee to Form in the Old 

Augustine Convent at Wittenberg, 19 »/i 6 a 

M. 

Macadam (Dr. Stevenson) on Butterine, 12 m 4 6 

Maccoll (Malcolm) on th3 Alleged Impalement*! 

in Bosnia, 20y G «— 23^ 7/— 14 /ll/— 15y u 

/■—I ui 4 € 

Macdonald (D. S.; Caillale Place Orphanuge, 

23i 11/ 
Mf%cken£ie (A.) on the Dominion Telegraph 
Conipriny, fl) / 7 /t 






.MC^indlish (J. M.) on the Fusi;)n of ihc Scotti; h 
Union »nd Scoitisii Naiional Insurance Com- 
panies. 2\ f Vlh -2.2 J 7 h 

MDonnili (Dr. Robert) on Untrictl Prisoners, 
27 m G t 

M'Gornian (Major) on the Liberal Leader's Cir- 
cular. 24/ 12 c 

Machine Made WatcheR, 1 1 y 4 « 

Magyar and Serb, 8 / 3 a 

Muhomedans and Christians in Syria, 21/ 10/ 

Maidstone, Drainage in, 26^ 9 e 

MAILS: — 

I , 10 e-2 i 6 /— 3 / 6 /-4 / 5 rf— 5 ; 10 / 

— Ci5/-8ii;r— 9> 7^—10 J Ge--ll>7«— 
'.2/5 *? — 13y 10r~l5/ 'O.-IG /5 c— 17/ 5 
/—IS / 5 / -19 / 10 A— 2(» / G d -22 j G c—2\\ } 
(J /•_J4 / c— 25 ; 6 f- 2G j 6 d—21j 7 /— 29 
j e— 30 / 6 e— 31 / 5 e-^1 / 5 e— 2 f'G /— 3 J 
5 /_-5 / 7 f-Gf^v—7 f{\€—% f'Gc—^fn 
a—\{\fb d -J2/G 6—13/8 c—H f 10 «— 15 
>6e— IG/S/"— 17 / 5e— 19/*6/7— 20/6/— 
21 / 6 c— 22 /G e-23 fb e— 24/5 /*— 24 /*10 
c_26/*Ge— 27y ll a— 28/6/*— 1 mb/—Sm 
10 /•— 6 w 10 A— 7 ni 5 e— 8 »i »/— 9 m 5 /*— 10 
m 6 /*- 13 w 1 1 c & /— 14 «i 5 /— 15 tn b f—l6 
m b'd—\7 m 12 rf— 19 m 6 «— 20 m 11 a— 21 m 
5 /•_22 m 5 e— 23 m 5 /*— 24 m 10 A— 26 m 10 
6—27 wi 6 c— 28 m 7 /— 29 m 8 c— 30 m 3 «— 

31 m 6e 

Indian. Cnniflnints on the Delay in Deliver- 
ing. 25 /Ga— 26/7 6 

Loss of the Hyson Green Bag, 26j* 10 d 

Southampton v. Plymouth, 20jbf 

for Sweden, 2 / 6 / 

United States and Liverpool Chamber of 

Commerce, 6/9 « 
"Mainland " and Vancouver Island, 16/4/ 
Malta— Grain Taxes in, 27 m 6 /* 

Miscellaneous News, 9./ 6 6— 16^6/ 

ShipNews.20>5c— 30J6 6-6/6/-.15/ 

6rf-l6>n 10 ff 
Man Found Drowned in the Thames, 22 / 6 6 
Mance Heliograph, Note about, 25 / 10 6 
Manchester Chamber of Commerce. 3 wi 10 e 
City Conrcil, Meets for the First Time in 

their New Buildings, »/G e 

Fire Assurance Company. Sj 7 b 

Royal Infirmary, 26 m 9/ 

Account of. \j 4 a— 5 ; 12 q— 9 j 6/ 

Tidal Navigation, 3 ;n 10 c 

— - Town Hall. Paper on, 22/5/ 
Trade, see Drapkrv 

Mangold (D. W.) on German Degrees, 24 ; 5/ 
Manisty (Justice) Dinner to, by the Bar, 22 ; 10 d 
Manley Hall, Company to Form it into a Crystal 

Palace for Lancashire. 16 w 5 r— 20 m 10 e 
Manning (Cardinal) Lenten Pastoral, 12/6 c 
Mansion House, Ball on the Majority of the 

Lady Mayoress's Sister, 2 J 9 «— 11 ; 9 « 

Banquets at, 15 m 8 6—16 m 9/ 

Juvenile Ball, 2^ 9 e- 31 ; 5/ 

Lady Mayoress's Receptions, 6/9 « 

M:iny •• Fittest." 2G ni 'J /* 

Marine and Oftv\<irB\ ^V\3LX>aLA \i^^ fcAvox^SNR.^ 

SooAety,^ m ^ a 

^e\ely, XxvwwtvX C.Q.>xt\. A^ f 3 J^ v .Vv ^-V 



M :\v\\\ A\<' \n^ WTAW'v' rvN\wv^vv^ , ^*^ > ^^' 



»x \ 



»» 



rAi-ilKK S INDEX T« "THE TIMES NEWSl'Al'EU. 



[Jan. 1 t^jf 



Maritime League for the Resumption of Naval 
Uigh'8 by Great Britain, Annual Meeting, 24 
fb e 

MABBIAGES : —In consequence of the Regis- 
trar-General having a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the British Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
\^-hich can be inspected at any lime at the 
office in ^Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lists as adver- 
tised in the Times, 

Grosvenor, Lady Theodora, 9 wi 9/ 

Guest, J. Merthyr, 9 w 9^' 

Chapels Registered for, 3 j 8 c — 13 j 6 a — 

17>8^— 24i«c- 27; 8«— 3y 8 b—\Q fSa 
—21 f 5 /— 3 m 8 a— 10 m 8 c—Zi m 8 c— 24 
m 13 «--28 m 8 6—81 m 8 c 

How they are Made in l^ndon, 27 j 12 b 

Law of Uindostan, S m A d 

with a Deceased Wife's Sister, Bill in Par- 
liament, SOmd d 

Abp. of Paris, his Lenten Pastoral against 

Marriages with Nieces and Sisters-in-Law, 12 
/o d 

in a Synagogue, Interrupted by a Tele- 



gram, I2j\id 
Marrot (M. Aug.) on Wafers, 6/ 10 A 
Mars, the Planet, and the Sun. 21 m 11 6 
Marsden (H. J.) on the Indian Famine, 24 f 10 </ 
Marsden Liberal Club, Mr. Jacob Bright In- 
augurates. 16 ;■ 4/ 
Marten (— ) on the Eastern Question, at Cam- 
bridge. 15/4/ 
Martin (R. F.) Two Leverets Just Bom at East- 
bourne, 16/5 « 
Mason (Hugh) on the Anglo-French Treaty of 
Commerce, 12 m 6 e 

(George) Silkworm Culture, 26i 4 a 

(S. L.) on Colour Blindness, 1/116 

Massorah, the, 2 m 4 < 

Matthews ( Charles) False Report of the Illness 
of, 2« m 9/ 

(C. J.) Books Without Hands — on an Au- 
tobiography Compiled Without Knowing it, 
10/5/ 

Maule (Rev. G. E.) Chinese Printing Press, 30 
md d 

Mauritius Land Credit and Agency Company, 
23 m 6/ 

Meat, Price of. Weekly Report, 2d j 7 f 

American, see Amekican 

Mechi (J. J.) on Fire Grates, 25 j 6 c— 30 j 7/ 

Medical Appointments, 5J\0 a — 20/6 d 

Conjoint Examinations, 20_;' 12 6 

Officers of Health and Infectious Diseases, 

24j 6 / 

Women, 8 im 12 a 

Medway, Floods from, OJ A a 

Melanesia, New Bishop of, 9 /* 11 a 

Mercantile Failures from 1865 to 1876— Mr. 

Seyd*s Statistics cf , 1 i 7 a 

Marine, 13 / 4 /' 

Merchant Banking Company, 21/12 c 

Marine Insurance Company, 23y 7 a 

Meredith ^^Geo.) Lecture on Comedy, 6/4 « 
^f<err^{Geo. J. T,) Central Crim'wAl Court and 
f^r/ncJ/t/ CM9eif, 10 / S t/ 



\ 



Metals, State of Trade in, 2 / 7 6—3 j 7 e— 4 i T 

d—hj 7 c— 6 / 7 c— 9 i 7 rf— 10 i 6 c— 11 > 7 f 

— 12> 7 «— 13 / G </— 16 ; 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 / 7 

/_19 / 7 r— 20 ; 7 /— 23 j 7 rf-24 / 7 /— 2di 

6 «— 26 J 7 «— 27 / 7 e— 30 / 7 rf— 81 > 7/— 1 / 

7 d-2 f7 </— 8/7 e— 6 Z"? «— 7y 7 c^^flj 
-_10/7«— 13/ lOrf— 1*4 / 10 c— 15/7«— 1« 
/lO/— 17/ 11 </— •20/'6d— 21 /•12 c— 22/7 
/--2'3/ 10 6-27/ 10 /— 28/ 10 6—1 >*i 6 /— 2 
»i 6 6—6 m 10 d-'7 lii 10 6—8 m 6 c— 9 m 6 /* 
— 10»i 7/— I3;n 11 rf— 16 w 6/— 16iiifi /*— 
17 TO 8 6—20 m 10 6—21 m 6 /-22 m 6 /*— 2;t 
m 6 6—24 m 13 c— 27 m 10 c— 28 m 10 c— 29 m 
7 6—80 w 6 d 

Meteor, BrilUant, at Clifton, 20 w 1 1 /*— 22 m 10 r 

—23 m 5 e 
Meteorites, Mr. Sorby*s Lecture on, 12 ;n 10 6 
Meteorological Diagram of the Week, m ever^ 

Thursday's paper 

Society, Monthly Meeting, 22 / 10 c 

Annual Meeting, I8j 6 / 

Metropolitan Asylums Board, Meetings, 26/10 

rf— 28/11./— 28 m 4/ 
Board School Teachers' Association, Annual 

Soiree, 27766 
Evening Classes for Toung Men, Annual 

Meeting, Ac, 3/ 10« 
lUBTBOPOLITAK BOARD OF WORKS:— 

Carlisle Place Orphanage, S fUe 

Cattle Disease, 3/6 e— 10 m 5 /*— 17 m 14 «' 

26 m 4 e— 29 m 7 f 
Debates on the Floods, 13 i 6 «— 20^ 7 «— 

10/10<f 
Finances, 20 ; 7 e— 3 / 6 e— 5 m 8 a— 17 m 

14 a— 29 w 7 /• 

Finsl ury Park, 3 /*6 « 

Fire Brigadt Report, 27^ 6 c/— 10/ 10 d— 

26 m 4 e 

Labourer's Dwellings, 10/10 d 

Loans Granted, 19/11 e 



/SM 



- Meetings, 6 / 10 /*— 13 ; 6 «— 16 i 6 6—20 / 
7 e— 27y 6 d—S /6*#!— 16 / 10 d—l9J 11 «— 
17 m 4 a— 25 m 8 o— 26 m 4 «— 29 m 7/ 

New Street to Charing Cross, 26 m 4 e 

Plumstead Common, 27j6d 

Ihames Embankment, 20; 7 6-27^ 6 d 

Water Supply of London, S fS c— 24/7/ 

Metropolitan Charity, Monthly Statement, 6 j 

10«— 1 /'7 c— 1 wi 10 e 

Commons, 28 m 4 / 

Fire Brigade, 21 /« 11 e- 28 m 4 /* 

Free Hcspital, Civic Grant to, 2 m 5 e— 2Ji 

m 8 c 

Hospital Sunday Fund, 20/11/ 

Pauperism, Weekly Return, 4/4 /—1 1 j 

10/— 18i3c— 25i 7/— 1/12 0—6/7/"— 15 

/7 e -22/12 a— 15 m 6/— 22 m 9/ 

Rates, 6/ 10/* 

Waters, Dr. Tidy's Ratums, 2j 11 rf— 81 j 

7/ 

and National Nursing Association, Meet- 
ing, 22 f 12 a 

and City Police Orphanage, 19 «i 6/ 

MEXICO :— 

Account of the Revolution in, 3 / 8 a — 177 5 d 

the American Consul at Acaynlco Arrested^ 

.'^0 m a d 



Ma»-. 31, 1877.] falmkk^ indkx to •* riiK iimksj*' xkwspai'kk 



Mo'.i 



Xezico {rtrntinved). 

Attempt to Stab the Abp. of Mexico, 28 /" 

Custom's Tariff, 19^ 7 a 

Senor Diaz the Recognized President, IG 

fw 5 c 

Elections in, 7/5 « 

New President, 28/6/ 

President Lerdo Escapes, 2 ; .*» rf 

War News, 1 j 6 /— 9 j 6 d— 25 ; 6 «-»0 j 



1 h 



Senor Yglesias Abandons the Contest for 



the Presidency, 5 m 5/ 

Asserts his Claim, 19 m 6 6 



Michaelstown Evictions, Notes on, 27 m 11 /— 

28 w 7 < 
Middlesbrough High School, Mr. Pease Presents 

a New Buildings for, 16 / 10/ 
Liberal Association, Meeting to Celebrate 

its Formation, 6 / 6 h 
Middlesex Conservatirj Registration Association, 

Annual Meeting, i'2 / 12 a 
Hospital, Grant of an Hydraulic Lift to, by 

Lady Percy, 6 ; 10 e 
Middlesex S^sions and the Assistant Judge, 23 

/U d 

Donations, 6 ; 10 e 

Dul B/ u. St. Giles's Board of Works, 5/ 1 1 c 

Suburban Races, 26 / 10 d 

Milk, Typhoid, Cases, 24 m 13 / 

Mill (John Stuart) Original Let ers of, to Sir 

Samuel B jntham, from the Sheffield Telegraphy 

16 / 4 « 
Millbank. Meeting to Widen, 15 j 6 A 
Milton (John) Demolition of the House of, in 

Westminster, 4i 3 rf— 9 wi 9/ 

(Lord) Illness of, 16766 

Mineral Oil Lamps, 14 m 10 e — 16 m 5 r 
Miner's Wages, Reduction of, 1 J 9/— 21 m\0 d 

a Fortnijjht's Notice Given, ^OfbJ 

MINIKG INTELLIOENCE .— 

Business During the Week, I ; 7 6—8 ; 7 r 

—15 ; 7 «— 22 ; 7 6— 29^ 7 6—5/7 6—12 f 7 

6—19 f 7 a— 26 / 7 a— 5 m 7 6—12 m 7 a— 19 

91 7 6—26 m 7 6 
St. John ('el Rey Mining Company, Sud- 
den Depression of Shares, 20 fS 6—21 f \2 a 
^ State of Shares in Foreign and Colonial 

Mines, in every day*a paper 
Ministerial Dinners, 1 m 9/— 8 m 8 6—16 m 9 f 

—22 m 9 J 
Movements, 1 J 9^—6 / 9 «— 10 ; 9 /*- 15 j 

9 /•— 29; 9 /"—SI / 9 «— 2 f 5 «— 5 m 9 «— 24 m 

12 rf— 27 TO 9 /•— 28 m 9/-30 m 7 «— 81 m 9 / 
Missing Picture from the National Gallery of 

Berlin, 27 m 9y 
Mitcham Common, 13 / 5 / 
Modern Pactolus— the New River Company, 13 

fie 
Monetary Commission at Washington. 5 m 6 6 
Money (J. W. B.) on the Indian Famine Com- 
missions, 6 f6c 
MONEY MARKET :— 

Alexandria Harbour, 2 /* 7 6 

American Railway Bonde, 21 m 6 b 

ArgenUne Confedention. 16/7 A— 8 f7r 



Money Market O'ontinued). 
— Average JJise and Fall of Stocks, 6/76 

Hankers' Loans. 16 /"T ii— 1(5 /' 11 a 

ha. Silver, 11/7 'i— l-V/ 7 u— I9j 7 a— 24 

/' 10 ,,—7 ,n \{) a—W, HI <» Q 

- - Bill^ on India, Allotments of, 28 ; 7 a— 25 
/ 6 a -2(> j 7 ti— 8 / 7 a— 22 /'7 a— 8 mH u— 
I'SinW tt—2'2 /« 6 a - 29 m 7 « 

Ten«Iers fur, 4 ; 7 r—\ I ; 7 a— 18 ) 7 u— 

2.0 / 6« -1 / G« -15 / 7 it— 22 f7 a—\ m 10 
„_l8 ;/, n /i~ir> m 6 /i^22 m 6 a— 24 m 13 a 

Brazilian Finance, 8 mi 6 n 

Buenos Ay res Loan, \ f7 b 

Bullion and Specie Exports. 9 m 6 a 

Market, 16/7 6—1/7 ^-8/7 c— 29 m 



7 b 



— Calcutta and Bombay Kates, 26j7a 

— Canadian Affairs, 22 ;w 6 b 

— Cape Loan, 2GJ 7 6-17 / 11 c— 24/10 a— 
8 m 6 c 

Chinese Imperial, 12/ 7 b 



Colombian Bank, 2/7 c 

ChristohurcJi Drainage Loan, 23 ; 7 6 

City of Mamilton Bond^, 24 m 13 6 

of Wellington Loan, 22J7 b 

Dock Warrants. 30 m 5 a 

and Eastern Affairs, \ j 7 a 

Ecuadorian Loan. 1 /*7 6—14 f\Ob 

Egyptian Bondholders' Grievance, 22 j 7 a 

—3/7 a 
Siock, 25 /6 6— 14/10 6—16/7 6—16/ 

11 6— Urn 106— 17 m 8 6 
Unified Debt, 9/7 a— 12y 7 c— 24> 5 6 

—23 / 10 a— 26/ 7 a 
Exports of Gold, 19i7a— 9m6 «— 16 m 

6 a 



Fluctuations in the Value of Money During 

the Past Year. 1 > 7 6 

Gauteraala Debt, 3 w 10 «— 14 m 10 6 

Gold Taken to the Bank, 6 ; 7 a— 15y 7 a 

—22/7 a— 26 f7 a— 5 m 7 a— 8 w 6 a— 23 m 

6 a 

Grand Russian Railroad Shares, 1 7 7 c 

Greek Loans. 15 to 6 6—20 in 10 a 

Import of Gold. 3/7 a— 4 j 7 c—bj 7 a— 9 

J 7 a— 10/ 6 a—\2j7 c— 13/ 6 6—16 / 7 a— 
]8 / 7 a— 197 7 a— 23 / 7 «— 24 / 7 a— 26^ 7 ^ 
—29 / 7 ti -i>0 / 7 a— 1 f7 a— 2 f7 a— 6/7 o 
—7/7 a— 9/ 11 6— 10/7a— 18/lOa— 16/ 

7 a— 16 /* Ha— 17 /ll c— 19 / 7 a-20y 6 6— 
27/10 rf—l w 10 a— 2 TO 6 a— 5to 7 a— 6 w 10 
a— 8 TO 6 a— 18 m 11 a— 14 to 10 a— 15 m 6 a 
—17 TO 8 a— 19 TO 7 a— 20 to 10 a— 21 to 6 a— 
22 TO 6 o— 24 TO 13 a— 27 w 10 a— 29 to 7 «— 
30to 5 a 

Indian Exchanges, 8 j 7 a— 12 j 7 c — 16 ? 7 

0^187 7 a— 20 / 7 a— 24y 7 a— 29y 7 o— 3 f 
7 a— 10 f7 a— 16 /ll a— 23 /"lO a— 24 /lOa 
—7 TO 10 a— 27 TO 10 a— 28 to 10 a 

Loans on Treasury Bills, 17 m 8 a 

New York Debt, 1 to 10 a 

Zealand Harbour Loan, 22 m 6 a 

Loan, 26 j 7 Qr—2 m 6 6—9 m 6 a— 3ft 

m 5 6 
liorife^VBiti'Lowv,^^ i 'I b 



Mon 



rAiMrfi'si INDEX TO "tiii: TIMKS*' NKWSrArKR. 



[Jmu. 1 to 



I\!oiiey ^rarket (rt.Hni.ttf /). 

i-i y m.i - |-> / 7 6 — IGy 11 A— 17/ i: c— 10/' 

7 II — 1 .*> itt ."» r 

' I'tTuvian Loan. 24 /" 10 A 

I'oriii^fucse MarUcf, '27 j 7 a— 7 im 10 a 

lijiU'9 (if Loans from Day to Day, Urn \0 d 

for Money Cuncni on ihe ''hief Foreign 

Markfi8. r> / 7 A— 12 i 7 c/— 19 ; 7At-2G j 7 A— 
2./ 7 r—l) / 1 1 r— H;y 1 1 A~2.S/ 10 A--2 m 6 
A~0 /// «; A -16 m «i A— l"a »; C o 

Iii\er riate Affairs, 7 / 7 a 

HusMan Slock. 24 f \0 n 

Silver MarkH. 1 / 7 a-'^ j 7 «— 5 / 7 <i— 9 

/ 7 r/— 10 /(;</- 12> 7 c— 13>0 A-P; ; 7 »i- 
17/7 //— 2.) ; 7 </— J4 j 7 ri— 25 > G /i — 27 / 7 
a—SOy 7 f/- ai / 7 ti-2 /• 7 «— :{ / 7 a— 5 / 7 
rt 6/ 7a-iH /^ I/-1) /' 11 b— 10/ 7 .1—18 / 
10a— 14 / l(»r;— 1.5 /•7 a— 16/* 11 m & A— i!0 / 
6 A— 23 /• 1(» </— 2.S /• 10 a— 1 w 10 a & c— 3 »i 
10 «/— 10 in 10 o— 16 //# 6 /I— 20 m 10 /i— 21 m 
H n— 23 /« 6 </— 24 m 13 «— 2« w 10 «— 30 m 

S«n Francisco. 1 »» 10 6 

Shipments of Specie, \ f7 a 

South Australian Govcr::nient Loan, 14 /* 



10 6 



Spani>h Stock, 10.; 6 6— 22 / 7 a— 25 j 6 6 
Stagnaiion in, 2/7 «— 6 f 7 a—a f 7 a 
State of the Market, i« eriri/ ifoy\s paper 
Stock Exchange Scandal, see Stock 
Swedish Loan. 18/7 A— 20 j 7 /» 
Treasury BilU, Form of, 22 w 6 e 
Turkish Affairs, 7 ./' 7 « 
— Issue of Notes, 6 / 7 n 



— United States Honds, 12 ; 7 c— 26j 7 « & A 
—12 m 7 a— 17 ui 8 </— 20 /« 7 <i 
Market, 24/10 A— 17 m 8 A 



Venezuelan Konds, 2 w 6 A 

Viceroy Loan, 5/76 

Victoria Hallway Loan, 8 w 6 c 

Withdrawal of Gold for Abroad, 1/7 



— 8j 7 a—oj 7 a—ijj 7 0—87 7 a— t) j 7 a— 
10; 6 a— 11 j 70—127 7 c— 16i 7a-l7/7 
a— 18 / 7 o— 19 / 7 «— 20 / 7 n— 22 j 7 a— 23 
; 7 rt— 24 ; 7 fl-25 j 6 «— 26 / 7 a- 27 j 7 
a— 29 / 7 a— 33 / 7 a— 31 ; 7 a— I / 7 « — 
2 /• 7 a— 3/ 7 cr— 6 / 7 ti— 7 fa—S f 7 o-9 
/• 11 A— 10 f 7 a— 12 / 7 «— 14 /" 10 a— 15 
f 7 a— 20 /• 6 />— 23 /* 10 n— 24 /* 10 o-28 
y 10 <i— 2 m 6 «— 3 wi'lO e/— 6 m 10 0-7 w 10 
a— 9 m 6 a— 10 m 10 «— 12 m 7 a— 14 »i 10 a 
—16 w 6 a— 19 ;« 7 o— 21 »4 6 a— 23 m 6 a— 
24 m 13 o— 26 m 7 A— 29 »i 7 a 

from the Bank of France, 5 /*7 cr 



Lr 



Monkland Iron and Coal Company, 14 m 10 c 
Monumint of the Pharoahs, 12 /'8 a— 15/6 c 
Montenegro and her Neighbours. 13y 4 d 
Moore (George) Meeting at Carlisle on the Me^ 

niorial to, 9/4/ 
Moots Arguing a Question in Grays Inn Hall, 

1973 c 
More Sundays— Proposal to Keduoe the Week 

to Five Days, 80 w 4 6 
. . (G. O,) on the Law's Delay, 11 ; 6 /— 13 j 

(Dn J. E.)on the Uoyal Mnnchestir Infir- 



Morgan ^^TltDinas) Paper Head at the Britihh 

Archaeoi«i;>iv^-aI Assot-iatiou on ihe Ruins of 

Mycei.aj. 9 / 1 1 / 
& C'O., tn the Revival of an Old Foriu of 

Swindling, 15 / <> d 
Moriey vHenivj History of the English Novel, 

6/4 a- 13 )7 f 

'- (Jidin) on trades' Unions ny 4/ 

(Profesjior) f)n the Kffecis of ilie French 

Revolution in English Literature. 2o / 10 « 
Morris (Rev. F. O.)on the Scotch Naturalis^t, 25 

/ 8 v. 
M(»rtHlity in a London Orphanage, 11 /So 
Mori lock V'lohn) Art in Hospitals. 31 ; 5 « 
Moscow University, 122nd Aoniveisary of its 

Foundation. 5/4 e 
Motherwell (C. W.) on the Philadelpbian and 

Reading Railway, 30 / 7 6 
Mundella (— ) at Shelfield, 31 ./ 6 h 

Oil the Working Classes, 6 / 6 « 

Municipal Bribery, 5j li) c 

Pennanent Investment Building Society, 

22 f7 d 
Muntoii and Morris on the Case of Johnson v 

C'redit Lyonnnis. 16 / 11 a 
Muntz's Metal Company, 12 w 7 6—22 m 6/ 
MUEDEES: — 
of Coustantine Antonfo, Stabbed by a 

Frantic Sailor, at Livei^oul. 26.? 9 e 
of Constable Cox, ht Neiherton, Arrest of 

the Murleiers. 22 ; iO </-24> 0/ 

of Mary Davis, itt Binninghaih. 15 / 6 « 



— of Drewitt and Shorter. Police OflRcers, at 
Hungerford — Donatibqs for the Families. 1 7 
6 </— 30 / 6/— 8/ 1 1 /^v 

Upwards of 6 or 7,00d^er8on8 Subscribe 



to the Fund for the Families. 7 w 1 1 /" 

— of Mi^ss Duncan, at Nunhend. 31 m 9 / 

— of Arthur D\son, at Sheffield, Notices, I j 
(id— A i 10 d 

— of John Edington, Killed by a Fellow 
Lunatic in Haddington Asylum, 1 1 / 5 c/ 

— of Minnie Fantham, by her Paramour, and 
Suicide of the Murderer. 26 / 9./ 

— of Constable Fletcher, by a Soldier, in 1875 
26/9/ 

— of Mrs. Gcorgal, by her Son, at Clichy, 19 
IM 5/ 

— of Wm. Grimes, a Sailor, Stabbed at Liver- 
pojl, 1 j 6 d 

— of Mrs. Hicking, by her Husband, and 
Suicide of the Man, 13 / 8 r— 16/5 e 

— of Emily Holland— Reward to the Dis- 
coverer of the Murderer, 10/7 6 

— of Dr. James and Mr. Thorngren, in Now 
Guinea, by Natives, 24 / 6 A 

— of Noah Johnson, War Office Notice, 22 7 7 6 
-^^ — Note about, 23 j 5 / 

— of Madame Lachand. in Paris, 19 m 5 / 
of a Labourer, named Samiders, at Penge 



//o 



29 m 9 6 

— of Mrs. M'Dougall, Murdered by her Hu«- 
band, 29 m 9 e 

- of a Man, Unknown, near Cassop Waggon 
Way, 20/6/ 

— of iVve MwstcT ol ^l. 5o\vv\'^ ^\\<»\^ Maid* 
stone, \>y V\s WVk, \v> j \> | 



M r. 80, 1^77.] palmkk's imukx to t»ik *» times ** mewsi'apkr. 



JJat 



KardexB conttnuni) 

or Farmer Mcv. while Uidins^ in a Car with 

his Wife, near Kitltool, 23 /be 
*-— of George Norton, a Gamekeeper, near 

Market Drayioii, 15/ Ge 
. of Bp. Fattersgn, Neto York Her t Id on, 10 

of Thomas Powell, at Birmingham, 2'Sj 7 a 

of John Uusb, m a (Quarrel, at Edinburgh, 

2 / 9 e 

of Marj Saonders, at Aston, 17 ; 7 t — 18 j 

Qd—24j6 f—'2ojof 

^ of Elizabeth Sliaw, an Infant, at Preston, 

20)m116 

of Two Soldiers, at Delhi, while at Play by 

the Lossi ig Comrnde, 6/G c 

Children, at Berkhamsted, by their Fa- 
ther, 26/ y/— 27/5./ 
Note about, 2 w lOd 



— of a Woman, at Paris, and Attempted Sui- 
cide of her Paramour, 26 m 5 d 

Confession of the Murderer, 5 j 5 t — 5 j 



12 a 



at 



Attempted of Dunne, by Galoozher, 
LiTerpool, 1 / 6 (/ 

of Miss Bcssley and her Father, at Dray 



ton, 16>10/ 

of Suaannah Lord. 16 / 10 ^ 



Murderous Affray, on Board the Louisiana, 9 m 

10 c 
Music in Munich. 3 j 4 s 

for the BUnd. 20 mi/ 

Lecture on t e Nature of, 2'2 j 7 d 

Moslcal Nuisance, IJ f b e 

Muiual Life Assurance Society, 22/7 « 

Tontine (Westminster Chambers) Assooia* 

tion, 12 ;/i 7 6 
Myceuas, Antiquities of, tee Antiquakiax 
Myers and Son, on the Old Masters, 16 j 4 s 
Mysterious Disappearan&cs of Bark, Notes in 

Transit, 1 1 > 6 6 

N, 
Kapler and Sons' Manne Engineering Works 

Sale of, 15 /A 5/ 
Naples, Assault on Mr, W, Scott in, by Three 

Men. 16^10^ 
Kares (Sir (ieo.) Paper on the Result of the Last 

Arctic Expedition, 27 m 6 d 
NaUl, Frontier* of. Notes on, IS J 10 A— 23 > 12</ 
Colonial Ueccipts and Expenditure in. 29 j 

de 

Provident Instituticm, 7/7 a 

Kational Art Society, 10/7 6 

Assurance Company of Ireland 2G f7 d 

Benefactor— Wm. Smith, 247 7/ 

Deb^ Official Notice, 24 m V6J 

Discount Company, 4 i 7 c— 15 / 7 a— 18 ; 

7 d—l m 6 e—\ m 10 c— 17 m 8 c 

, Education League, Meeting to Close, 7 m 5/ 

, Food Collection, 19 y 3 /* 

Freehold Land Company, 30 ; 7 c 

Gallery, Annual Report, 7 w 6/ 

, New Trustee, 12 m 7 d 

M Indian Association, Meeting. 13/66 

^— Life Assurance Sooiety, 30 m 5 a 

. VUifMgnfor H«fmeie$a and Dfi$titixte ChiM- 



National Rifle Association, Annual Meeting, 23 

m \2 a 
Society for Women's Suffrage, Lectures a( 

the Office of, 22/9/ 

Stagnation in China — a Paradox, 31 /G a 

Steamship Company, 24/10 d 

Temperance League. Public Meeting al 

Exeter Hall, 8 /* 10 a 

Training School for Music, 1 2 j 9/— 19 / 8 4 

Native Guano Company, 2 m 6 a 

Indian Press. Lecture on, 17 w 19 A 

NAVAL AND MIUTABY INTELUGSNCE t^ 
Aldershott — Cookery for the Field to b© 

Taught at, li 11 s 

lectures at, 12 j 8 6 

War Game Played at, by Capt. Traill 



and Hart, 6 / 10 A 

— Allowing Foreign Officers to Visit Home 
Arsenals, Inexpediency of, 1 i 6 (i 

— Annual Inspections, 18j 6s 
Appeal for Joseph Martin, the Oldest Sol* 



dier Living, 26/10 6 
— Apfiointments, 3 j 8 c & f—^i 8 6—9 766 
— 10y8c-.l3/5 /-—IS; 6 a— 17 >8fl— 20i5 
/- 20 / 8 6—23 i 9 /^24 / 8 c-26 / 5 /*-27 / 
8 fl— 30 / 6 a— 81 j 8 «/— 8 / 8 6—7/6 a— 7 / 
8 c— 10/8 a— 14 /•8 c— 17/ 9 0—21 /"S /— 
24/8 a— 28 f 8 rf— 3 w 8 t/- 7 m 8 6 iSb c— 10 
m 8 c— 12 m 6 6—14 m 7 / -17 w 8 /-2l m 8 
c— 24 m 13 «— 28 m 8 a— 29 m 6 <f--30 m 4 a 
—31 w 8 c 

of the PHnoe of Wales to the Captaincy 



of the Royal Naval B .-serve Foroes, 2 J %ii ^/-^ 

24 m 13 e 
Armstong's Breechloading Guns of 30 and 

40 Tons, 19/ 6 c 
Army and Medical Boari) Candidates, Note 

on, 26/ (id 

Estimates. ^7/5 e 

— Mobilization, 19 w 10 « 

Organization, 19/8 6 



— Artillery Experimenlp at Spczia, 5/10 6-. 
8j 6 c 

— Assistant Engineers, Examination of, 6/5 s 

— Awards, 3/8 a 

— Gen. Rerdan's New Bange-fender, Details 
of, b m 5 d 

— Boiler Eifperiments op Board the ffoadir0a, 
24 »■ 5 r 

— Boilers, Zinc Fittings Approved, 7 w 8 6 

— Brevet, 17 J 8 a— 27 J 8 a-.31 / 8 6—10 fH 
rt— 14/8 C-.I7/ 9 ti— 24 /8 a— 7 m 8 c-28 
W 8 Q 

— British Army, Annual Return, 8 7/1 4 s 

— Bullying and Cruelty among Carets, Offl. 
eial Inquiry into, 5 /' 6 a 

— Cadetships, Candidates for, Examination, 
19/6 c 

— Case of Ct)l. Chaplin— First flaseef Retire* 
ment under New Scheme, 27 j b e 

of Gunner Charlton, 2j 6 </--8 m \\ /-mm 



9 m 10 d— 10 m 8 u 

-^ Ch mnel Fleet, 26 f 10 a 

^-^ Chuthjim, Arrai:\\gi9i^(va^U lv\T \4<Kf^ ^^X'W^ 

tioU4 at, iti \\\ h f 



\ 



<*\ 



••k^ J.V 



rALUKU's INDKA TO *• THE TIUKS " NKWSrAPt.K. 



[Jiill. \U* 



Naval and Military lutelligence {cnnfivuedy 
C'haitctiden houxhs. New 'Jonvict Katab- 

lifhiiient at, 6/5 « 

Coinimfisioiihte AUowancos, S i G ^ 

Court MartiHls, OrdiT for Carrying Out 

Senlences, Irt ; H c * 

on MuBieian Oake. 17 / 5 d 

on Arthur K>inte8. for Assault, 24 / 5 c 



on Major T. Carr Flelclier. L'G y 5 / 

on James 'lowdl for Stealing, 26/ 10 a 

on Jnmes House, for Stealing, 20/ lo a 

on Capt. C. K. Stevens, 2y /« 6 </— 30 m 

4 a— 31 m(Jc 

Deaths of Officers Reported to the Wsir 



i)fflce, ll^G A--1G w 10 rf 
— Deserters, Keward for Apprehending, 27 / 5 e 
Devon port and Kyham Dockyard improve- 



ments. 12/9/ 

Devieune (M.) Resignation of. 13 m 5 e 

Distinguished Service Pension, 3/8 a 

Divisional Orders, 6j 10/ 

Dockyard Administration, see Naval 

Drunken ^oldiers^ War Office Notice alH)ut, 

22 / 7 i 
Eighty-one Ton Gun, Fracture in the ^ teel 

Lining, 3 7 0./' 

Uarge for, ](\jGe 

a Fonrih ici (/asting. 16 j 6 « 

and Higher Natured Guns. 10 7 5 e 

. nnd the Marshes at Shoeburyness, 24 7" 8 

/1-2 / «// 

Removal of, 18> 6 *?— r»y 9./ 

Escape of Marvin, a Seaman, 26 / 10 a 

Exchanges. 247 5 c—'Hi j 5 / 

Experiments wiih the Thont^i/ Croft ^ at 

Chtrbourg, 13 m 6 d 

First Appointments, 81 m 6 r 

l-ive Years Service and Half Pay, 18 / 6 « 

Fraudulent Enlidtraent, Rewards for De- 
tecting, 26 f\Ou 

the GamMa and Delta Gunboats for China, 

20 / 10 u 

Good Marching of Russian Troops, 16 m 9/ 

the (^iosh'iwk. Practiced Hoax in Sending 

to Gibraltar. 1 7 1 1 e 

Greenwich Hospital Pension— Award, 27 

6 d 
Grenadier Guards pass through the City to 

the Tower, 2 m 9/— 6 m 7 d 

Guard Rooms, Amended Orders. \A f4 d 

II. M. ^hip Akbtir, Accident to, 4 7 e 

Alex'fndrn^ 2 i 6 r— 3 ; 9 / — 1 1 ; 6 u— 19 

i 6 a— 23 / ii d—'J^ j 5 c— 26 i 5 /— 3 /* 8 a— 6 

fb e-l'd'/b b—ir> J6 (/— 19y 6 c—'l\Ji' e— 

3m86 

Axststtinre, 29 .? 6 c 

Dreadnought, Trial of. 18 7 6 «— 20 / 6 a 

—227 6 b 

Di'oiuedtirif, 2 / 9y 

Dwarf, Xbjde 

Knrhantre^s, 2j6 C--20 / 10 a 

Kuphates, 9/6 a— 207*5 e— 247 5 c— 24 



fbe 



Euryalvs, Launch of, 1 1 ; 6 a — 24 / 5 c — 
31>10a— 1 /^ f—A t ia 

AW/yi/i're, Fitting up for a Tmining Ship, 



6J 



Naval and Military IiiteLi^ence C'-otttiNHtJ;. 
H. M. Ship Kxitlletit, Wj G a 

Inrtnistuufj bj ti a 

Ihjitxille, Great Guns for. 10 7 h r 

Iri^, 10 / 5 « 

M*>luUur^ Accident to, I37 5 / 

Osftrey, 5/6 u 

liinythrej 'JCt m 10 a 

/?oj^^// All red, 267 5 /' 

— — Serupis, 23 / 5 d — WO7 6 n 

the t<h(ih. ExerciHing off Gibraltar, iK) j d# 

Accident lo, 19 j 10 a 



the Jemeraire^ 24 ; 5 c 

the Thttes, 19 w 9 / 

the Thnnde.er, Trial of, 879 /— 5 j 5 e- 

8i6<— 3 f So 
the Triumph, 2; 9 /-G/ 10/— 6 / 6 n- 

Qfod 
H.M. Steam Torpedo Vessel Liyhtmng. :!«• 

m 12 a— 24 ml f 

Inspections, 12 /"O/— 28/6 a 

Instruction in Tactics, Lecture on, 26 / It) 

Issue of Gratuities, New Order, 67 10/ 

Launch of Gunboats. 8O7 6 a 

Levee of the Commander-in-Chief, 25 7 l» f 

Lieutenants* Naval Pension, 8/8 a 

Long SiTvice and Good Conduct MeilaN 

and Gratuities, Awards, 8O7 6 a 
Medical Candidates, 7/6 a— 26 / 10 a— 7 

tu 8 6 
Mediterranean Fleet, 17 / 5 d— 3 /"8 n— IJ 

/ 6 rf— 2 m 5 «— 3 w 6 e— 5 m 6 J— » m bf— 1^« 

vt 6 n 
Meteorological Establishment at Richmoml 

to be Discontinued, 177od 

Miliury Chaplains, New Order about, 8 7 i. U 

Geography in Turkey, see Tukket 

Organization, 17/11 a— 31 m 11) c 



Militia, 31 j 8 6—24 m 80 
— Officers, 27 ; 5 « 
Mobilization Siheme, 6 / 5/ 
Movements of H.M. Ships, 1 67 6 e 
of Troops. 9 j 6 6—26/ 10 h 



— Naval Administration, I97 6 6— 31 / 4 J 
\f^c-^5rsb 

Architecture, Mr. Reed*s Lecture un. U 



Cadets* College, 28/6 / 

Engineers, 23 ; b a —24 j b f ^ 24 j 1 *.* / 

\^m\\)d 

EstiMiates, 31 m 10/ 

Gunnery Exi>eriments, 29 J 4 e 

Medical Service Examinations, 26^/ lo 

IVnsions, Awards, 67 10 / 

Prize Money, 27 / 8 u— 31 / 8 6—3 / 8 

—7/6 (1—24/8 6—10 w 8 c- 14 m 7 /— 2| 

8 c— 24 m 13 e 

Repairs, 20/* 10 6 



— • — Stations and Telegraphs, 6 «* 5 e 

Navy of 1876, 473./ 

Estimates, 1 2 //i 6 6 



— New Mitrailleuse, 26 »i 9 / 

— Official Trial of the Memdonhige off Mapbii 
Sands, 20 ; o e 

— Plain Clothes— Admiralty Order on W fair- 
ing, \h)K t—'tl ) ^ b^'ik ) 5 ^— 26 j 5 / 




1 KilltaTf Intol.igenM (c'nU„«ed). 
if Officer*, Kc)>«i VVurtot on. 16 m 10 rf 
lorion*. a / » <: &f—aj 8 t— 10 i S r— 
-I7j8rt— 20j Si— i7j8a-3l /8q 
6- IT fSa—iV fS d--l m 8 c— I7ni 
«8c— e4w 13«--UM»..Su-Z8«ed 



■AdniiraN Sttiii 



ii'i. 



!a/-B/ 



■VL> NiiiMtron. 26 /"iOn 
111 Lwl, (ij»6--17/8n-31 / ^ o 
ll/Su— 12/'9/-— l4/8e— 21 /5 
ID I'un-hiiG ICi^^iiiwnra. 7 / 6 if 
^le of their I'oiiiuirsuuus. 1 1 j <> 



i Kwlo (NVl»oii)on rhe Rntileof N>r«niio, 1 ? 10 r 
Negro I.egixlnturt— llm linilwiy Can iheir 

LodfCliig*. lit ; 8 a 
NestoriBTis. Account of, B f9f 
Nclhi.>rlnni!s : — Hresch uf Contraet Law, 87 / T. .- 

Decree I'roliibiiing the Import of C«itl« 

intu. 26;5c 
l>uti;h Indk* Allowed to Coin Money, :; 



I Sew BUhnpnci, 4/ 10 e— j -J /"— 17> 8 .i— 2;l / 

■ — CflleilonLc-a Trapput Monaait^ry to Lip 
I Foundeil in, -S / 5 c 

Comet, 10/6e 

I Cumpaniea and ForeiKii Ixian« nroii^chc 



tet, 10/. 



, Li*( of SuCCCMflll I 



iDnj-" at. 14 '.-./" 
i^Uege. t'andiilatea Kli^iitr for Cum 
I, I7j5«— 18/6 </—(!/ J t 
iriua Torpedo llani, 23 « 4 « 
Xew«, 1 i 1 1 < -J > 6 c— 4 ;■ 6 «-8 / 
«-10> 5 «-ll I R 0-13 j S /-16 j 
5 a— 24 y 8 r- an j .i /-ST j H e— 30 
5«— T/'tio- 10/.i«— IL' I S> f—H 
f6il—t9/6c-~i<if]l) .1— 3« flv 
a— 3 m 8 c— i6» 10 i/- ' ' ' 



^hina, 18j6/-6/5e 
parturt.-of ilit- Cr.fclil 



*/ ■ 



-armfiu- s 

r..r lioiuUn: 



parturei for BoiDbay, 26 / 5 /" 
Malts. Me Malta 
Jng [lattvry at Mudraii, 24 i S e 
College Exam inatiun— Lit t of I'nsst-d, 



Dr.JaiiH 

24j6* 

Hansom Cah. we Cab 

Insumnie Company, 6 >h 10 « 

— -.IiMge, -.ilJiH 11 K 

LiviTixiol A*ernge Agreement, la / 4 .i 

KivoT lAJiiiiiany, f»U of Share* in. a;! J 

-18 /-4e 

Snfety Explosive— Tontine. 2-i j K <i 

Shipping Company, !l / 1 1 rf 

Sinking Fumi, 5 w 7 << 

Sombrero I'li-wjihate Company. 28 f 10 



Builiict. 27 J u i/— ■-'!» » •■ 

I )efenucs of, 3 u Ti f' 

Miil ('ontrai^lc ;l «t ■>/ 

Mr. I'arkea RiiiircH from the 

Opposition L«ailer, a m -i f 
rarlinmenlar; Prm-x-iiHiigs, « 

I'ulUic Rerenno. 8 « i* r 



ling by Enample- Mew Dimicra, l; 

lorial Regioients. 10 Cs/.— 31 /"lO/ 
rdoei, Manufacture '>f, Lii ni l> > 
ipoTti. « /"» a 

of the Tea In Stokes Rav. I« /'.'> '. 
I* to be Paid Off. Jtx;.. \iil}; 
m Ferry, Now Fort for, 27> 5 e 
Office Circulan, 27 ;' 6 e 
ta [Captain; New Conipoeitiun fji 
ng the Growth of Weedo, &c., on Irot 
itcd at Porlsmouih, <> / 5 < 
"ioh. Ball nt, by Ihj townafolk to Ihi 
26 n 10 <7 
anry Caralrv, 31 J S i— 

ItUnda, Ken, IS/SJ 



-14 



j New York, Return o' the Kori'i;,'" Cuniir 
I fm the Past Venr, 2*1 / 7 * 
HEW ZBiLYHO: - 

I Constitution. r>; 12/' 

I GuM Mining in. IH ; 4 / 



- Surt.. 



i[ |-.>i 






New Zealand 1 o: 

Compnny, 12 ;' 7 c — h i 7 '/ 
— Trust and Lwin Crimi«nv. 20 , 7 - 
Newdegate(C.N.}aiiliu llirii.li>i;li.iiii i'ruicH 

Association, 27 / 12 '. 

on Inini<-ul Checri's- \-. » VV. « 

Newport NUiWeV \luV\iv;i-, .\>mw>\ 1-\iiNVwe, 

II /■ 
Newspnpera-lhu Yittt VtwiV ttaivV-j i 

i'JJ 



Vow 



PALUkk's IX1)KX in **Tllk TiMks" NF.W8t*AI*Kn. 



[Jan. 1 lo 



KewspaperSfReturn of, Published in Great Britain, 

8>6d 

Statistics. 9 w 4 /) 

KSXT Of ElIN-PEBSONS WANTED, Arc. 

Adams. John Joseph, 2 m I b 

* — Amvas, Bcvil, 2 ; I A— 18 ; I h 

- — Ashley, William Thomas Budding. 27/ 1 b 

' Atcheison. Rev. Henry, 26 ; 13/ 

Baines. Eliza. 26i 1 A 

- — Ball. Mary. 21 /« 1 h 

« Barber, Holt. 19 /« W» 

« — Bsrnes. rharle««. 20y 1 6 

- — Bitep, Ann, I / 1 h 

* — Bellihlay, \Vm., and Eliza. Henderson, 18 

m 1 h 
*- — Bortault, Emilie, otherwise Vilguin or De 

Glnssnn. 10 i 1 h 

' Bie!>er, Maximilian. 1 ; 1 A 

-*— BillFon, Jonathan, the Will of, 26/ 14 d 
* BonntT. Thos., 2 m 18 d 



— Bottomley, James, ami Elizabeth Tavlor, 
iheCIuldren of. 14/1 /> 

— Boyce, Francis and Mary. 7 w 1 c 
Boyd. John Frederic, 15 7' 1 b 



V. 



*-• ^ Bnijrg. John Lucock. 5 «i 1 6 
»= — Brereton. William, 67 1 b 

' Brooke, William Samuel. 19 ; I b 

^^ — Brown, George, 18 / 1 /> 

' Burslem. Fred Wm., 16 / 1 A 

--_ rnhill. John Eliza N.. S w J ^ 

= r'.irJwcU, Jame^ I'aikia on, \(i m 1 

- — Chinnery, Hannah. 1 m 1 A 

= ^ Cotfan, Maude Alice net, H> / 1 h 

= Coley. Edward Henry. 22 / IH e 

-' Coombs. Guy. 24 ./ 1 /* 

^ Crow, .lames. 27 ; 1 t 

■-— Day. Sarah Ann, 8 /» 1 h 

* Dean. Wm. antl Elit., 28 m 1 b 

— De Rock. 26 w 1 A 

' Deladv, J., 21 f \ b 

' Doui^ias. John. 9 / 1 A 

Doyle. Maria Catherine. 8 / 14 r 

Dunwin. Andrew, 18/1 b 

* — Eautham: Charles Henry. 2/1 ^ 
•— ■ Everv. Thomas Llovd. U ; 1 i 

Farmilo, Elijah. ly!3r/ 

■ Fleet. Benja'i in. \ j \ b 

Gadnby. Wm., 81 ; 1 6 

Gontrv. Robett. 24? 1 b 

Gidlev. J<»hn, 16/1 b 

^ Gill, Budd and C"hatfiehl. 10 / U 

= Gounntng or Gauning, Mrs. Henry Daniel, 

27 TO 1 6 

— Golding. Samuel Fawcett, Will of, 22 f \ b 
' Goodchil ', John or William, 2 w I b 

Gray, Arnold 25 / 1 b 

• Gn>ve. Svvanu»» \2 f\ h 

Haddon. (leorge. 1/16 

^ Hallam, Marv. 7/1 b 

' HhusIow. John Whittingham. H^/1 b 

• Harper. Harriet. 1/16 

Karris. Alfred James, 23 /* 1 fc 

Hawkins, James and Ann, 7 « 1 ^ 

• Hay ward, John. 17 »» 1 6 

■^— Hokntutt, Cnpt. ThoniAS, 17 m \ h 

— ///^/wMn, John, 21 m \ h 

— /////. Ann Sarnh, /i ^ I i 
Mi 



Next of Kin— Penoni Wanted, &c (c^miinutA), 

Hobbs, Pamela, 8 m 1 6 

Hudson, Martha, 14 m 1 6 

Humphrey, Thomas, 3 w 1 <* 

Hynei, William, 16/1 6 

Jackson, Clara. 1 iw 1 6 

John, 17; 1 6 

Jennens, John. 28 /" 1 b 

Jennings, Sarah. 25 / 1 b 

Jones, Arnold Glanville, 15/1 b 

James Frederick, 5 m 1 6 — 8 w 1 6 

Kendrick, Elizabeth. 1 7 w 1 6 

Kirby , Reuben Benjamin, 25 / 1 3 /* 

Knight, Dr. R. Chaloner, 10> 1 h 

Lawrence, Thomas, 11/16 

Leman or Lemon, Sir William, 6^16 

Linden. Francip. 8 w 1 6 

Lindsay, Rev. John. 13 »« 1 6 

Livesey, B., 21 / 1 6 

Lifing-Jton. Mr.. 24 / 1 6 

Lloyd, Maria, 24/1 6 

Loo'kett, Maria, 26./ 1 6 

Lye, Dorothy and Ann, 6 y 1 6 

Maher, Dr. N. E., 8 /* 1 6 

Marflitt, John, 7 w 1 6 * 

Mav. Jeffery, 17/1 b 

MrVps, W. M., 16 m 1 6 

M^rherson, Mrs. Eliz.. 18 m 1 6 

Middleton. Elizabeth. 28 /*! 6 

Millmm. .T(.lm 2 / 13 d 

MilliT JohnCaitns, 6^ 1 6 

Mi'ion Pace 16 m 1 /• 

M„ rd, J '-'d Louis, Marriage Certificate 

of. wi h Angel'que Recquit, 81) j 1 b 

.N!oiidie, Mr*., w«e Pigott, 26 ji* 1 b 

Moore, Stanley. 2j \ k 

Mori, Alfred, \ f\b 

Morland, George. 1 f\b 

Murray. John. 5 m 1 6 

Nelson. Robert, 2(; n, 1 6 

Newberry. James. 21 m I 6 

Nodin. Lucy, 25/1 6 

North. Mary, 21 ; 1 b 

Ch.irlolte, 12 lii 1 6 

Ormiston, John Andrew. 4/16 

O-SuUivan, John Francis, 19 ; 1 6—23 > 1 h 

Parker, John and Mary, Baptismal Regis- 

ters. 8 WI 1 6 

Parsons, i^^th^r Daniells, 26 m 1 6 

Pigot, Caiherlne. 26^ I b 

Pi per. W., 15/1 b 

Plunkett. Honrv E.lward. 15 / I 6 

Poole. Gtorge Wright, I87 1 6 

l^wfcU. Richard, 7 /« 1 c 

Reed, James and John, 7/ 1 c 

• Amelia. 17 /" 1 6 

Ridgeway, Henry. 20/ 16 

Rimington, Richard. 3 / I 6 

Robinson. W^ni., 8/1 6 

Rov«aE. PVancois de, 24y 1 6 

Sonderby. xVfary, 18j" LA 

Scott. Mis/* Ann FraDcls, 10/1 b 

James Wm. Perciral, 10/1 k 

Jfdianna. 17 w 1 6 

— — Searinv?, Thomas, 197 1 6 
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Old 



Kezt of Kin— Penona Wanted, &o. (couiinued). 

Sim|>8on, Robert Henry, V,)j I b 

Smith, Wm.. 17/1 6 

Smythe, Major Gen. Edw. Selby, 19 w 1 6 

Soldiers Unclaimed Balances, 1/12 c — 6 m 

Spearman, Charles, and Sarah Brooke, 

MarriaKe Certificate of, 28 m 1 6 

' Spencer, John, 1 ; I 6 

Siark, Dr. R<jbert, Xjlb 

Sterland, John, 2; 1 6 

Swale, Capt. John Lambert, 22/ 1 &--8 m 

] b 

Sweeney, ChnHes Ward. 18 y 1 h 

Swinion, Loiiisn, 2;i ' 1 6 

Talbwt, Thomas K'.. U /l 6 

Taunton, Walter George. 19/ <; h 

Thomas, John Greenwood, Marria;;e Certi- 
ficate of with £liza Barnard Rodda, \ f\ b 

Thompson, Augusta, \bj I b 

— Thomson, Elizabeth Grace M'Gregor, 19 m 
1 b 

Frei. Gordon, 19 « 1 6 

William, 22 / 16 



Titley. Wm., 19 w 1 h 

Tmeman. Issac, 24 m I 6 

Turtle, Harriet, \1 m \ b 

Twelell, Richard, \2 m \ b 

— Uptcn, James Thorley, 16 m 1 c 
Vine. Ann, 12/1 b 

— Von Rohdcn, Gott. Christ. Peter, 5/1 b 
Wallington. Ann, 22 / 1 6 

Wardrop. William, 23/1 ft 

Wachtmann. Johann Diedrich, \j\b 

Watson, Capt. Joha XT fib 

— Wattp, Wm. James, 9; 1 b 

— Wharton. Robert, 10 « 1 6 

— White, Arthur, b f\h 

Mn». aliwi Eliza Baines, 26 j 1 6 

— Whitehead. Mrs. Elizabeth. 13 w 1 6 

— Wilson, Fiederick. 18 / 1 6 

— Wright, Rebecca. 26 / 1 6 
William, lO/'lS* 



Wyatt, Clement, 18>l 6 

Yorke, James. \ j \b 

Young, Jame.«$, 2(> m 1 b 

Nicaragua, an English Man of War Protects 
German Subjects at, 26 / 6 6 

Nice, State of, 2/6 « 

Nicholson (E. B.) Conference of Librarians in 
London. 16/4 a 

on the London Institution as a Free Li- 
brary, 2 m 10 h 

& Co. on the Drapery Dispute, 19/76 

Nickoirs Lecture on Prevention of CoUissions 
at Sea, 26/ 6(1— 8/* 7/ 

Nicotine, Seizure of, 9/9 «— 10 ; 11 a 

Night Poaching. 2 7n 10 e 

Nigra (Signor) letter to Prince Carignan on the 
Eve of the War 1866, 15 / 6 c— 20y 6 e 

Nile and its Monuments. 6 / 6 /' 

Noble (Widow of the Scnlptor) Pension Granted 
to, 28/5/ 

Norfolk Giant, Death of, 20 m 5 /' 

and Norwich BospUnl, 10jl0/—,%/9 e 

'Soncottformiat Snints—tho City Temple Win- 



North British and Mercantile insurance Com- 
pany. 1 7 »i 8 rf 

Eastern Hopital, Donation to, 1 m Vi r 

of England Conservative Association, Ad- 
dress to Lord Benconsfield. 2/9/ 

Pole— American Sure Way to the Pole, 18 

/9 t 

Northbrook (Lord) on Indian Railways, 19/4 d 

Northcote (Sir Stafford) at Liverpool, 25 / 7 a — 
26 / 6 a 

Northern Hpights of London, Railway Annoy- 
ance in. Mm 12 / 

Marine L)»urnnce Company-. 20 /7a 

Norton. Rose. Nurtonand Brewer on :he Foreign 

and Colonial Government Trusts, 23/ 10 b 
Norwa V :— Ope:iing of the Storthing with Sjieech 
of the King. \b J \\ f 

0. Scotland- the Lives of Two Naturalists 

Compared, 16 f VI a 
Norwegian Storthing. Description of, 5 ;n 6/ 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, 10/ 6 a 
Noseda (J.^ on the Old Masters, 18 / 4/ 
Not the Effect of a Sermon— a Heating' Appara- 
tus Out of Order, 26/ 3 < 
Nova Scotia, Evils Resulting from Using the 
Old Seal. 27/5 c— 28 mbe 

Budget, 29 w 5 « 

Noxious Vapours Commission, 24/7/ 
Numismatic Discovery in Verona, see Cows 

O. 
Oakley (John) Case of Mr. Cook and Mr. Tooth, 

1 no a 

Obituary of 1876, I i 8 c— 2/ 6 « 

Ocean Marine Insurance, 87 7 a — 23/ 7 a 

Railway, and General Accident Assurance 

Company. 2d m 7 d 
Odams (James) Re- Appearance of the Foot and 
Mouth Disease, 3/ 5 e— 18/ 12 d 

on the Cattle P a ,'ue, 23./ 5./ 

Olger, Serious Illness of, 17 /"l 1 6 
O'Donnell (F. H.) Irish Home Rulers, 7/9/ 
Official Appomtments, 6/12 c — 13 / 6 a — Ibj 6 
/— 15/ 12 A— 22 j 8 a— 27/ 12 //— 5 /"ll f-7 
/•6/,— 10/*S «— lO/*!! /— U /*! r--17/9 a 
—21 /'S /— 3 m 8 rt— 6 m 4 U—U) m 8 r— 13 m 
4 <f— 17 m 7 d— 17 m 8/— 24 m J3 <-26 7/1 11 
c — 31 iM 5 s 

Impunity against Legal Proceedings in 

Beriin, 24 m 6 <i— 26 in 10 c 

Obstructiveness— Bank Certificates, 10 m 

8 b 
Oils, State of Trade in, 3/7 «— 4 / 7 d— 6/ 7 c 
— 6 / 7 c— 10 7 6 c— n j 7 c— 12/ 7 «— 13/ 6d 
— 16 /7 c— 17/ 7 c— 18/7/— 19 j 7 c— 24/ 
7 /- 25 / 6 «— 26/ 7 c— 27/ 7 «— 31 / 7 /*— 1 /' 
7 rf— 2 /• 7 </— 3 / 7 «— 7 /• 7 c— 8 /• 7/-^14 /"lO 
r—15/7/*—16>'l0/— 17/11 cf— 21/12 c— 
22/7 /•-23 f 10 6—24 /" 10 «— 28/ 10 6—1 m 
6/— 2 w 6 6- 3 m 10 f—7 m 10 6—8 m 6 c— 15 
m r /•— 16 w 5 /— 17 m 8 6-21 m 6 f—22 m 6/ 
-28 IN 6 6-28 w 10 r--29 m 7 A-30 mb d 
Oil! Letters. Post Office Allow to Pass by Book. 
Post. 2»/^ f 

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Old Servants, Pensioning of, 27 m r 
Open Spaces, 30 ; 4 6— 3l> 7 /— 2 /" 11 c— 26/ 7 
6—27 /5c 

Old St. Pancras Burial Ground &c., Opened 

to the Public. 26 j 12 d 
St. George's in .the East Disused Church- 
yard Opene<l as a Garden. 27,; 1 1 / 
Opium Trade, the Anjflo-Oritntal Society Ad- 
dress the Ohinese Embassy to Suppress, 20 m 
of 
Orderly Civil War— New Orleans, 6/8 «— 15 f 

Gu 
Oregon and California, b / 4 d 
Orleans House Bought for a Club— the Orleans 

Club, 23/5 e 
Orphan Working School. Anniversary Banquet 
at Willis's, &c.y in Commemoration of the 
P Amalgamation of the Alexandra Orphanage 

with it, 6 /» 8 6-9 m 5 e 
Orton (Rev. J. S.) on the Floods, 19; 12 rf 
O'Shaughnessy ( — ) on Home Rule, 10 / 5 « 
Outrage on a Vice Consul at Pensacola, 24 fid 
—19/9 / 

at Sea, by a Mate, 22 m 5/ 

Outrages by Colliers, 10 / 9 / 
Ouvah Coffee Company, '11 j 7 c 
Overcrowding, Note about, 27 m 1 1 r 
Overend and Gurney's Affairs, Return to Share- 
holders, 2 711 6 a 
Overseers, Duties of, 12 m If 
Overstone (Lord) Health of, 9 j 10 d 
Oxenford (John) Note about, 2Qfif 
Oxenham (Frank) on the English Church Union, 

19 ; 10 e 
Owens College, Meeting of the Governors, 23 m 

9/" 
Oxford Hospital for Incurables, 27^ 5 c— 31 ; 5 e 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY :— 

Abbott Scholarship, 29 m 6 f 

Appointments, 17 /'9 6 

Nominations, 24 / 10/— 9 w ID a 

Award of Scholarships, 2 m 9 f 

of the Arnold Prize, 12 »» 6 «/ 



— Balliol College, Opening of the New Hall, 
\lj 10«— 19i4a 

Burdett-Coutts Scholarship, Award, 15 m 



8e 

— Baden Sanskit Scholarship, 16/8 <i 

— Chair of Poetry, I m 9/ 

— Chinese Scholarship, 1/6 «— 16 w 8 r/ 

— Cobdon Club Prize, 16 m 8 «/ 

— Convocation. 9 »w 10 a— 16 m 8 rf 

— Denyer and Johnson Scholarship, 27 w 7/ 
—29 m « /* 

— Draught of the New Bill, 17/9 6—19/6 e 

— Elections, 19 j 6 /— 24 ; 6 /*— 25^ 9 e— 30 j 
10 b-Bf 10 e— 15/ 6 /— 22/ 10 o— 23 /*8 r— 
24 no /— 26 / 6 c- 5 m G r;^— 13 m 9/— 20 m 
U'c— 23 m 8 c— 27 m 7 / 

— Examinations, 3/ 10/— 10 fSb 
of Women Over f^ighteen Years of Age, 



r 



First Held, 20 m 1 1 c— 21) m 6 r' 
— Grants, 16 f6/ 
of Books. 1/6 « 
- Hall- Hough ton Prizes, Award, \0 m G 6 
Ifere/ord Scholarship, 23 ys c 
r.ectt/re<, 6' / f! r/—'Ji /I,} /_ / f„ f) r 



Oxford Univerdty {toniinvtd). 

Local Examinations, 14 m 12 a 

Museum Grant, 8 / 8 c 

New Purchases. 8/8 c 

Physical Laboratory, S/S c 

Scholarship!*, 14 »i 12ri 

Skene (W. B.) Appointed Agent to th« 

Conservative Party, 28 m 9/ 
Oyster Fishery in Falmouth Harbour, 29 m 6 «! 

P. 

Paget (Sir James) Huntorian Oration, 14/11 c 

Palestine. New Survey of. 6 ; 5 e 

Exploration Fund, Note about, 28 m 4/ 

Palestrina, Archaeological Discovery in, 17/4 J 

Paley (F. A.) on the AcrDpolis of Mycenae, 28 m 
8c 

Pan Anglicanism Conference, 9 m 10 6 

Panama, Great Battle in Garrapata, \ j 10 e 

Papal Allocution, 19 m 6 c 

Paper lUilway Wheels. 3 /'7 /* 

Paris Commune, Celebration of the Anniversary 
of, in London, ilmlOJ 

Parker (Rev. Dr.) on the Pew and the Pulpit, 9 
m 6/— 26 m 10 a 

Parker Museum of Hygiane, in University Col- 
lege, London, 5 m 7 /' 

Parliament— Appointments to Offices in, lO/o e 

Changes in, during the Recess, 6/5 J 

during the Past Year, 2 ; 6 h 

Circular of the Opposition Leaders to their 

Supporters, 19^ 9 « 

Dinners. 6 J 5/— 8/5/-9/ 11 a— 20/9 e 



Economy, I m 4/ 

Meeting of Home Rulers after the Queen's 

Si)eech, 9/9 « 
of the Opposition at Lord Hartington's, 

29 /*9/ 

of Scotch Members to Consider Scotch 



Business in, 24 j 9 /'- 30 j 8 a— 6 / 10 c— 8 / 
6 c— 10/*9/ 

Mover and Seconder of the Address in An- 



swer to the Queen's Speech, 9 / 9 e 

— New Members, 17 > 8 a— 27 j 8 a— 17/9 <t 
—24 fia—7m He 

— Opening of, Arrangements for, I fG b — 2 / 
6 c— 2 /• 10 c- 5 f\i e— 7/8 c— 8 f^f 

of by the Queen, 19^11 ;'— 9/6 a 

— Queen's Speech. 6/9 e— 9 / 6 b 
the Army anil Navi/ Gazette Complain of 



Omissions in the Queen's Speech, 12 /"5/ 

the Foreign Press on, 10 /'5 c 

Out of Session, Sj 10 d—l'o 17 a-\ljGd 

— 15 j 4 f—20 j 10 0-23 ; 6 6-25 j 7 a- 26 / 

6 a— 27 / 12 a— 29 J 10 a—SOj 5 f—'Slj 6 o— 

1 fG f—'3 /'6 r— 5 f 10 a— 6 fG a 
Private Bills of thn Session, 28/4 f 

Return of the Several, during Her Majesty's 

Reign, with note of those OjKJred and Closed 
in Person. 7/11 c 

Return to Town of Members, 7/9 / 

- the Siitaduy Retnew on the Opening Pros- 
pects. 5 /■ 7 /* 

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDIKOS:— 

Abyssinia, 9 m 7 />— 14 m 6 d 

Address on V\\e Q^ieew^ Sv<sscV\, ^ f ^ c — 9 



Fujamentar; ProcMdiogB (rsnd'nuBJ). 

Aiij'niriieil Debnle, 'Ji / Oy 

Admiralty AdminUlrBliun. 7 «t 6 i 

llrcUiid) Act. 1870, 23 /■« e 

ind Iha KuMian Uuri^rtitiicnl, 2ifli t 

African Slave Trade, 17»a /' 

— AllcKKil (lutrage at Slsmfurcl. 16 m 7 t 

Ancient Munumcnis Bill, S ml a 

Antrim. 2 m 7 b 

Arctic Expedition, 16/ 8 c t d—i7 J e L— 

3 m Hb—lOm Sa 
Army Appoiiilmenis, lB/6 d 

ComniiBsions, a* m 8 6 

EatiniHtcs. (i m 7 a— a m 7 A 

General Annual Itetum, 13 / fi t 

MeilieHl Offlters. 31/8 d 

Promolion and Uetitement, 10/ 5 6—17 

j6b 

Kefomig, 21 M 9 a 

Ka- Orsaniiation, &c., 20 /" 7 4 

AtrotJties in Bulgaria, 13/6 e 

Ballot, 27/6/ 

2iid Bailalion, lOlh Foot. 16 / 6 ft 

;> (Ireland) Bill, dnSd—Um 



Pivliamentary Froceedinta (ronl-'n-ii'U. 

IVi.illle.ilh.n tit thr I,;iw. 17/1! a 

I .ili.ni'1 (iui-Uno iiml Ilie l.nndon. 7 



- Col'iraUo Beelle, 2J/6 /. 

- runibur-rible Carjio. 20j 7 h 

- Coinniisrari.-ii and Ihe Pay Department, t 



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I I'rinting, Api>ointmentt. 



9 (—in, 

Birniingham Scliool Board, H m 6 d 

Black Kod, 17 ra9 j 

— - Bank of EnKland, 9 ra 7 a 
— — Bankruptcy, 3 m 6 a 

Lavr Amendment Bill, 1 7 m 9 a 

BoHwiof Ir.n:Uda, 13 m 7 a 

-^— Bosni^i, 9 m 7 fi 

and llerzetcoTian, 23 m 6 o 

Boy* for ibe Navy, 23/ 6 c 

Brewen' Licencea, 2S / 7 c 

Briiiah Contula in Turkey, 23 /"6 d 

CllGcera in Egypt, 2 « 7 c 

in Foreign Service, 6 m 6/ 

Representative at Constantinople, 9 m 7 t 

Broailmoor Aayiutn, 16/6 d 

Brooklyn Theatre. lO/ti f 

Balgarian Insurrection, IS ft d 

Masaaorei, 3 _/ G ft— 9 '« 7 c 

Petitions, 27/ 7 a— 28/7 e 

Burial Lawi. 7 m 6 a-13 m 6 o— U m 6 o 

Placea, 24 m 8 n 

Buaineaa of ihe House. 10 / fi e— 14 fS u— 

S4»8a*G I n7d 

Canal Boata, 16/6 i ' 

Captain Tyler, 6 n. 6 rf 

Burnaby. 6 w 6 /— 9 m 7 c— 13 n 6 6 I 

Carrier'a Act, (1830), 6 » 8 a 1 

Caie of the Rock Terrace, 24/6 ft 

of Ganner Charlton, 6 hi 6 d 

of W. J. DevUn, 17/6 b 

ofJohoUunt, 16/6k 

Cattle Plague, 28/6 4—28 / 7 ft— 6 n 6 rf 

—9m7 a— 13 m 6.— 14 m 6 /—1 7 n 6 ft— 30 

bOc I 

and Dead Meat Trade, 27/7 a I 

Chantrey'a Sir F., Bequest, il fSd \ 

Chepket Paaka, 23/6 t I 

Chriiiianf in Turkey, 16/6 d j 

City Companies (Oatti of Freemen), 20 fS b 

Civil Servite Eaiiruxtes, 27 / " « 24 " 

rleopatn'a Xeedle. - -- ' 

■ Coa-i Brig-Tle, IS m 



I the Mutiny Bill, 19 ™ 8 ft 

on PrisuoB (Ireland) Bill, 19 «t 8 t 

of Supiily. 27/7C 

Conimun Eniploymcut, 24/ 6 a 

Conmionii. 13 m 8 a 

Communication with America, 16 in 7 4 

Corapassiiinate Ailowancea, 27/7 a 

Cor.dition of the Navy. 2U im 7 a 

-_ ConaoUdaled Fund Bill, 10 in 6 »— 23 m T * 
—20 M S a 

CoDitantinople. 13 / fi n 

Con.iilmion Hill, 2 w, 7 4 

Consul Freeni«n and the Porte. 23 fZ t 

Consular Service in Bulgnna, 28/7 6 

'^~~ Conlingent Itemainders Bill, 13 m ti a — 20 

Convict Treadway, 6 m 4 c 

Cornwall Minerals Railway Bill. M n 6 a 

Coronera, 9 w 7 « 

County Officers' and Courts (Ireland) Bill, 

18/ 7 < 

Case Collectors, 9 « 7 o 

Course of BualneBS. 3!) n ft 

Court of Session (Scotland), 16/64 

Coun-Martial. 16/6 4—20™ 8 c 

on CapU-D Kiiberu, 20/8 c 

Crimean Graveyards. 16 m 7 4 

Criminal Law Practice, Amendment Bill, 

13 M 7 s 

Offences, 20 / 7 t 

Punishments (Ireland), 14 » 7 e 

Cruelty lo Animals, 30 / 8 .- 

Cusloms and Inland Bcvenue Bill, 1 « 7 e 

I Officers and I'« 



:oDS, BUI, 28 

Darey Lever Colliery, 21/8 rf 

Ueclaration of Paris. 3 rn 6 4 

I » hi Froclamalion, 2 m 7 1 

Deputations, 13 m 6 c 

Devonport Watch Committee, 13 m 6 rf 

Discussion of Estimales. 20 lu 6/ 

Dismissal of Midhat Pasha, U/6e 

Dockyard Superintendentt. 9 m 7 c 

Double Sheriffships in Scotland, IB /6 4 

Drainage and Navigation, 27 tu 8 a 

Dublin Improvement Act's AmcndmeDt 

Bill, 24ine-a 

Easter Kecess, 20 m 6 a 

Eastern Question, 13/6 4—14 / 6 o-16 f 

6 a— 17 j 6e— 21 /a n— a% J ^ o.— 1.»i j % »- 
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Par iamentary /roceedin^i Oontinnt'l). 

KccLv-iMHiicail Ihlitpiilalions Acts, '1 *n 1 b 



\ 



()<!lcf8 ami Kcv8 Hill, 22 / « a 



— b^auoiiiion CiHle. -'0/7 A — 2 m 7 il — 3 w 6/* 

— K(luoHiii)iiiiI Ei dowmeiUa in Scotiund, 16 

Egyj)t and Abvssinia, 16 m 7 A 



Election Petitions, 16 /"*> c — 2 w 7 o 

Eltvtive County Boards ^Ireland) Bill. 17 

m 10 f 
El'.'Ctond Disabilities of Women, 6 m 6 c 

Elliot. Sir Henry. 28 m 6 d 

EnipKrers EiHbiliry. for Injuries to their 

Servant?. 16 w 8 // 

En;rine Room Artificer?. 28 m 6 n 



Eng ish Officer!* in Turkis-h Service, 16/6 a 

EnliHtment of Hoys for the Army, 16/6 A 

Estate of the Late Mr. W. Paterbon, 24 / 6 6 

Exchequer Bills, 16 /*7 /* 

Bills and Bonds Bill. 13 m 8 a— 23 ml a 

Exeter Mngi^trateo, 6 m 6 c 

Exoneration of Charges Bill, 13 w 6 a — 20 

m 6 it 

Explosive Cargo, 24/ 6 r 

Expulsion of the Turks from Europe, 20 

/76 

Extradition, 13 m 6 « 

Treaty with the United States, 14 /*6 a 

Factory and Workshops Acts, 27/7 a 

Fenian Convicts, 1 6 / 6 c 

Field Artillery and Cavalry Officers, 7 m 6 A 

- Flogging in the Navy, 9 m 7 a 

- Floods in the Thames, 9 w 7 A 
Throughout the Country, 16 »»i 7 c 



— Foreign Cffice and Diplomatic Service, 24 

/6c 

Physicians and Surgeons In France, 23 



— Forest of Dean, 16y 6 J 

— Free Libraries, 20/7/ 

— French Frontiers. 14 m 6 « 

— Frenchmen in Germany, 16 m 7 A 

— Fugitive Sbives. 13/60 

— Gal way Artillery, 23/6 « 

— Germans in England, 14 m 6 « 

— Gothenburg System, 14 m 6 /^— 16 m 7 < 

— Governorship of Malta, 16/6 d 

— Gun Licenses, 16 f If 

— Harbours of Refuge, 13 w 6 (/ 

— Her Majesty's Indian Title, 2 m 8 c 

— Herzegovina, 21/8 (/ 

— High Court of Justice, 28 m 6 a 
(Costs) Bill, 28 w 7 d 



— Hobart Pasha, 20/7 A 

— Holborn Improvement Scheme, 23 /*6 <f 

— Home Fann Colliery, 20/ 7 a 

— Hours of Polling at Elections. 24 m 8 </ 

— House Occupiers' Dii^qualification Removal 
Bill, Y^f^d 

— Hyde Park Corner, 13 /€ a— 24 f^e—^ m 
7 A— 24 m 8 A 

— India, 20/7 A— 23/6 d 

— Indian Finance, 14 7*6 c 
Coolias, 2l/8</ 

famines, 2 m 7 e 



Ordnance Corps, 24 f $ h 



Parliamentary Proceedings {rontihuti), 

Inhabited llou^u Duty. 14^ G A 

Inland U'evenue 10 m U c 

Office lit Bristol, 11 J'^if 



Staff in Ireland, 7 w 6 A 

Intenii>erance, 14/6 A— 16/ 6 a — 24 w 8 a 

— Intestates, 3 •« 6 A 

Inierniediate Education in Ireland, 16 /'6 a 

Intoxicating Liquor Bill, 15/8 A 

Liquors (Scotland; Bill, \b m la 

Inundations m Ireland, 6 m 6 c* 

Ireland anl Wales, 6 w 6 c 

Irish Business, 28 m 6 a 

Cattle. 23/"6t/ 

( hurch Act Amendment Bill, 15/8 a 

Common Law Courts, 13 wi 6 t 

Constabulary. 21 y 8 e— 23/6 </ -6 w 6 a 

Coroners, 28 m 6 o 

Elementary Education, 17 w 9 c 

Grand Jury Laws. 16/6 A 

Magistracy, 21/8 « 

Peerage Bill, 2 m 7 A— 13 m c— 17 m 9 a 



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i 



—20 m 6 a 

Police, S ;m 6 A 



— Regiment. 27/7 a 

— Society of London, 28 / 7 c 

Judicial Proceedings (Rating) Bill, 28 m 7<i 

Judicature Acts, 24/7 c/— 27/6 / 

Jury Laws, 24 ; 6 A 

Justices* Clerks' Bill, 9m8 c— 23 m 7 a 

Kensington Gardens, 2 7/1 7 A 

Khelat, 23/6 «— 16 w 7 n 

Kidnapping in the South Seas, 2 01 7 a 

Killing a Dog, 16 m 7 A 

Knightsbridge Road, 16 w 7 A 

Ladies Gallery, 21 /'S f 

Land Tenure (.Ireland) Bill, 22 m 7 « 

Legal Education, 20 m 6 r. 

legislative Council of Malta. 7 m 6 b 

Leitrim and the Telegraph, 14 711 6 « 

Load Line, 28 m 6 a 

leans to Local Authorities, 10 m 6 a 

Lobster and Crab Fisheries, 3 m 6 A 

Local Administration, iO m 6 A 

— Government in Ireland, 14 /"fi c 
of the Metrop<^)li3. 13 m 6 a 



Taxation in Ireland, 20 / 7 c 



— London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 
dm 6a 

Chatham and Dover Railway, 10 m 6 u 

Stock Exchange, 21 w 7 c 

— Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, 7 m 6 a— 14 
m 6 e 

— Lunacy Laws, 13 / 7/— 28 /*7 « 

— Maize and Barley Malt, 27 /6/ 

— Marine Mutiny Bill, 16 w ^ a 

— Marriages in Nova Scotia, 9 w 7 c 

— the Mayo Constabulary, 13/6 d 

— Mayor of Bury, Lancashire, 26/7 c 

— Merchant Shipping, 14/6 c— 16 /6 6—10 
m 6 a 

— Metropolis Toll Bridges Bill. 28/7 c— 20 
m S a 

— Metropolitan Board of Works, 6 w 6 a 
Street Improvements Bill, 9 in 7 c 



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3 m 7 (/— 3 



Fte'iAinentary ProceedingB (Von/tnvMT). 

Militia Lieuienants, JG m 7 « 

Kecruifs, 87 / 6 / 

Surgeons. 18 m 7 c 

Millbank Dietary, 2 in 7 c 

— Misgorcmmeut in Bulgaria, 
mS b 

Mitcham Common, 2\ fB d 

Morning Sittini^, 27 m 7 c 

Murder at Rochdale, IS m 6 d 

Museum of Natural History. 10 m 6 a 

— - Mutiny Bill, 9 /« 7 rf— 16 m 8 a 

Naval Artillery Volunteers, 9 ml e 

College. 9 w 7 6 

Criminal Returns, 13 w 6/ 

Discipline Act (1866), 9 m 7 a 

Pensions. 1 3 m 6 < 

Navigating Officers, 20/7 b 

Navy Adniini»tration, 21 /*9 a 

Cadet's College. 2 w 7 6 

Estimates, 9 m 7 </— 13 m 7 </— 14 m 6 / 

—21 M 7 6 

New Bills. 10 fS e-lBJ 7/— 15/8 c 

Forest, 17/66 

Judge. 16 TO 7 c 

Member?. 9/7 e— 13/6 tf— 14/6 6—20 



/•7 a— 23/6rf-6jn6d 

-^^ — Pt^rs. 9 re c— 14 re h 

Writs, 9 J 7 e— 10 /•6 6— 13/'6 a— 20/7 



€—24 /6c 

— Newfoundland. 20/7 b 

— Northern P«ci8c Railway, 21 /7 a 

— Notices, 20 m 6 c 
of Motion. 9/7/— 9/8 a— 9/9 <— 10/^ 



6a— 12 f6 /•— 13/6 6— 13/7 /•— 14 /5 /"—IS 
/8 a & r— i6 / 6fl— 16/7/— 17 /"G a— 20/7 
a— 20y 8 d— 21 /• 8 rf— 22 /"G /— 22 /*« a— 23 
/ 6 </ -23 /•7 €— 24 ^6 6—26 / 6/— 27 /^67— 
27/8 a— 28 f7 6—28 /"S r— I m 7 e— 2 ;a 7 6 
—2 IB 8 6—5 « 8 c— 7 « 7 /"— S m 8 a— 9 m 8 d 
—12 m 8 6—14 » 6 tif— 14 //i 7 e— 15 m 7e— 16 
m 7 a— 16 m 8 6—17 m 9 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 
«— 21 m 5/— 23 m 8 c— 27 m 7 a & 6 

Relating to Orders of the Day, 15/8 e — 



23 f7 «— 26/6 /— 27 / 8 a— 28 f6 c— 2 m 8 6 
- — 5 w 8 c— 7 m 7 /*- 8'wi 8 a— 9 m 8 rf— 12 m 8 

6-16 m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 a— 23 m 8 c— 

27 w 7/ 

Nova Scotia, 2 m 7 c 

Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments, 24 m 

So 
Open Space* (Metropolis) BUI, 1 m 7 d-^2i 

m S a ' 
Order of Business, 2 m 7 i/— 23 m 7 </— 26 

mSd 

of Public Business, 1 3 m 6 « 



— Orders of the Day. 12 /"e /"- 14/ 6/-15/ 
8 f- 16 /•7 r-.22 f(if'2Zn €—26 /•6 /"— 27 
/7 a— 27 /» a— 28/8 c— 1 m 7 e— 2 in 8 6— 
5 w 8 c— 7 m 7/— 8 m 8 a— 9 to « d— 12 w 8 6 
—14 « 7 €—15 TO 7 €—10 m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 
at 8 a— 21 m 5 /— 22 m 8 a— 23 m 8 c— 26 m 8 « 
—27 w 7 6 

— Ordnance Survey, 13 » 6 </ 

— Orphanages, 13/6 c 

— Oxford Vnlrenity Bill, I8m 6 d 

— Ox(tfer Fiaberies, 13/ ff d 



Parliamentary Proceedingi Ooutinntd), 

Pa|»er8 on Turkey. 7 ih d f* 

Park Hall Colliery Explosion, 16 m 7 e 

Parliament and the Post Office, 6 m 6 

and Municipal Registration Bill, 15 ^i 7 « 

Patent Offlje. 27 / 6 / 

Patents for InventioDS, 13/ 7 6—16 m 6 c 

Bill 21 /8€ 



— Pay of Soldiers and Marines, 2 m 7 c 

— Payment of Irish Teachers, 16/66 

—I- Pensions (o Police-Constables' Widows, 2 m 
Id 

— Personal Explanations, 23/6 a -23 m 7 « 
—28 TO 66 

PeUtions, 10/6 a— 13/6 a— 14/6 6— 15 



/8a— 16/6a— 17/60-20 /•7a— 21 /8 c— 
22/ 8 a— 23 f% rf— 24/6 6—27/ 6 6-^28 / 7 
a — 1 m 7 a — 2 m 7 a & o — 3 to 6 a — 6 m 6 a & 
6—7 m 6 a— 8 m 7 a— 9 to 7 a— 10 m 6 a— 13 m 
6 c— 14 m 6 a & c— 15 to 7 a— 16 to 7 a— 17 m 
9 6—20 TO 6 e— 21 m 7 a— 22 m 7 a— 23 m 7 € 
& 6—26 TO 8 d—27 pn 7 a— 28 m 6 a 
and Correspondence, 9 w 7 6 

— Philadelphia Exhibition, 28/7 c 

— Plenipotentiaries at Athefin, \S fd e 

— Pleuro-Pneumonia (Ireland) Bill, 27 /6/ 

— Plumstead Common, 24 /*7 c-^14 la 6 « 

— Police Superanuatioa, 24/6 « 
Health ^^Ireland), 16 m'8 6 



Poor Law Unions (^Ireland), 23/6 €—7 m 

7 e 

Pope Hennessy, 16 to 7 r 

Portico of St. Martins, 23/6 « 

Position of Adjutants, 9 « 7 6 

Postage to India, \6 f6 a 

Postmasters, \A m d d 

Prince GortchakoflTi Circular, 17/6 o— 9 

m76 
Prisons Bill, 11/6 c— 16/6 rf— 28/7 a— 

2 TO 7 </— 23 m 7 r— 27 m 7 d 

(Ireland) Bill, 14 f7/ 

Officials. 14 m 6 </ 



— Private Bills, 13 m 6 €-16 m 7 a -20 m 6 c 
—24 TO 8 6 

Business, 17/6 a— 20 /•7 a— 21 fS a— 



2: / 8 c— 22 fS a— 23/6 o & r— 24/ 6 a— 27 
/ 6 a— 28/7 a— 3 m 6 a— 6 to 6 a & 6—7 m 6 
a— 8 TO 7 o— 10 TO 6a— 14 w 6 c— 15 m 7 a— 16 
m 7 a— 17 m 9 a— 20 m 6 a— 21 tn S^ o— 22 w 7 
a— 23 TO 7 a— 24 « 8 c— 26 m 8 </— 27 to 7 «— 
28 in 6 a 

Lettctr-Boxes, 2 m 7 6 

Promotion of Captain R. W. Napier, 6 m 



Sc 



7/ 



Proposed Lighthouse in Morte Bay, 3 m 6 o 

Protocol— Sir Henry Elliott, 23 m 7 a 

Public Business, 17/ 6 a—20f7 c— 10 m 

66 
■ Baths and Washhouses, 21 m 8 c 

Libraries AeX Amondment Bill, 7 m 

Offices, 21 f^t 

Record Office Bill, 28/7 a— 7 m 6 a— 14 

m 6 a 

Publicans* Certificate (ScotUj\^\ E\\SL,\55i tsw 

• a-\6inl a— \1 TO*i^ 

PutvViiYimeiat <il «i VLVwst, *l\ f % A 

PuTchape \>«»ivaTlmetvV \T ^%^ 

K 



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rar 



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PALMXB'8 INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 4.4' 



Parliamentary ProceedingB (rontinued), 

Queen's College, Irelana, 20 fl a 

Questions. 9 / 9 e—\2 / 6 /"—IS/ 7 /"— 14 /" 

6^— J6/ 8f— 16/ 7/'-20/8d— 22/6/— 23 
/ 7 e— 26y 67—27 f'S o— 1* m 7 «-2 m 8 6—6 
m 8 c— 8 m Ha— 9 lii 8 J— 12 m 8 6— 16« 7 «- 
16 m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 q— C2 m 8 a- 23 in 
7 6—23 WL 8 c— 26 m 8 6—27 m 7 /* 

Railway Accident:*, 14/6 « & c — 13 m 6 « 

—21 m 7 a 
Commission, 28 m 6 a 



Commission. 21/8 e — 3 m 6 6 



8c 



Ramsgafe Harbour, 27/6 /" 

Rangoon to Kiang Hnng, 16 in 7 6 

Real Property, 3 m 6 a 

Recent Floods, 20/7 a 

Recruits, 3 w 6 /*— 9 w 7 c 

Registradon of Borough, Voters Bill, 22 J 



of Deeds (Scotland) 23 /*6 </ 



— Religious Persecution in Poland, 2 ml c 

— Returns, 1 7 m 9 6 

— Road and Bndges (Scotland) Bill, 13 / 7 </ 

— Rotten Row, 16 / 6 c 

— Roumania, 20 f 7 a 

— Royal Marine Corps, 21 /6 e 

Commission, 13 ai 6 a & c — 17 m 9 o & 6 

—24 m 8 c— 28 m a 

— Rnwin in the Pucific. 21/8 « 
in the Poles, 18 m 6 e 



» — Kub8itoii Army, 28 /7 c 

Sale of Beer by Retail. 27/7 « 

of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday (Ire- 
land) Bill, 13/ 6 c/— 28 /8c 

of Navy Provisions, 16 /*6 d 

— - Salmon Fishing in the Solway, 17 m 9 e 
^nm.. ry Condition of the War Office, 13 

/ 6 rf— !• /6 rf— 3 tn 6 6—9 wi 7 d 

— ^t. r les and St. Luke*s Joint Charities 
Bill, 28 / 7 a 

School Board Prosecution in Scotland, 7 m 

6d 

. Scl'ooner 3/«9<7i>, 17/6 a 

Scotch Board of Education, 24 m 8 6 

' Business, 24/7 6 

Education Department, 14 m 6 d 

Historical Records. 13 m 6 d 

Scottish Board of Education, 16/6 a 

Second Readings, 1 w 7 « 

Servia, 17 f^b 

Se:iBioiial Committees. \G fG a 

Settled Estates Bill, 28 m 7 d 

Sittings in Banco, 16 /"e 6 

Slave Trade in the Red Sea, 14/6 c->10 m 



6a 



Small Pox, 14 m6« 

— Hospital at Limehouse. 21 /'8e— lOm 66 
Soldiers in the Harvest Field, 16 m 7 6 
in Prison, 24/6 6 



South Africa. 21/^8 e-27/"7 a 

Steam Tramways, 28/7 o 

— SteHUiship Prince, 14 w 6 « 

'■ Stock Exchange Commission, 27 m 7 c 

Suez Canal. 16/6 6-6 m 6 </— 14 m 6 a 

. Summary of Proceedings, 9/9/— 10/ 9 a 

€,^^ ro/86^20j $ a'-2l/9f'-22f2 0-^23/ 



Parliamentary Prooeedingg (continued). 
9 a— 24 / 8 /"- 27 /'9 <i— 28/9 a— 1 » 9 
m 9 •— 3 tn 9 n- 6 m 9 a— 7 m 9 a — 8 m 9 a- 
9fn 9 a— 10 m 9 a— 13 m 8/^— 14 m 9 a— 16 m 
9 a— 16 m 9 a— 17 IN II a— 20 m 9 a— 21 m9» 
—22 m 9 a— 23 m 9 a- 24 m 1 1 d— 27 m 9 a— 
28 w 8 / 

Supposed Outrage. 2 m I'd 

Supply, 10/6 r— 9 m 8 cf- 12 m 8 6—16 >» 

7 c— 17 m 10 6—19 m 8 6—23 m 7 «— 23 » 8 u 
—27 m 7/ 

Supreme Court of Judicature (Ireland i 

Bill. 13/7 6—20/8 a— 10 m 6 a— 16 m 8 n 

— Surgeons in thie Volunteer Force, 17/6 i 
Surinam. 24 / 66 

Swearing in of Recruits, 23/6 e 

Taxation in Malta, 14/6 6 

in Ceylon, 14/6 6 

in Cuba, 16 m 7 6 

Telegraph Surveyors, 16 m 7 i 

Telegraphs, \S fSb 

Tenants of Church Lands (Ireland\ 17 / 6 i> 

Thames River (^Prevention of Floods) BiU, 

7 m 7/— 26 mnd 

Thomasina M*Lellan, 18 m 5 if 

Threshinf? Machices, 15/ S o 

BiU, 1 m 7 e 



m 6e- 



— Thunderer Explosion, \SJ 6 d 

— Tichbome Claimant, 10 m 6 «— 14 
17 m 10 6— 28 m 6« 

— Torpedoes, 20 m 6/ 

— Town Councils and Local Boards Bill, 1 
7 a 

— Trade-Marks, 9 m 7 c 

— Training Ships, 17/66 
Britannia, 16 m 7 c 



III 



of Teachers. 28 /'8 a 



— Treasury and Exchequor Bills Bill, 9 m 

— 13 m 8 a— I6m 7 a 

— Trial of Election Petitions, 20 /" 7 6 
for Manslaughter, at Durham, 9 m 7 < 



Turkey, 14/6 r— 3 m 6 a— 7 m 6 a 
Turkish Atrocitie^ ISfGd 
- Loans. 13/6 c— 9 m 7 c— 10 ni 6 6 
Universities'Bill, 20/7 c— 27 f7 a 
of Oxford and Cambridge Bill, 13 m i^ a 



— Unsea worthy Ships, 13 m 6 a' 

— Vaccination. 16/^6 rf— 21/8 e— 9 m 7 o 

— Vaccme Lymph in Ireland, 28/7 c 

— Valuation of Property Bill, 13/6 /*- 7 m 
6 6—9 m 7 </ 

■— Vanguard, 21/8 <f— 18 w 6/ 

— Viceroy's Residence at Simla, 2 ai 7 c 

— Volunteer Corps in Ireland, 10/ « c 

— Warrant Officers. 13 w 6/ 
Ways and Means, 10/6 c— IS m 8 a— S3 m 



7e 



West Africa, 7 m 6 6 
— African Settlements, 2 



m 7c 



Withdrawal of the Ambassadors, 16 f <i c 

Zanzibar. \S fGb&d 

PARLIAMKWTABY SPEECHES :— 

*«* When the Speech of a Member is requin^ 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
tuhjert under Parliamsktart Procbbdikob, ii 
can be seen at once by the reference aatwering 
to Ibat afELxed \.o X\i& ^^«^«t> 'das&!^. 



Har. 80, 1^77.] palmer's index to tue " timf.s '* newsi'ai»kr. 



Par 



ParllamenUry Speedias (continued). 

Adderle/, Sir C, 17/ 6 6—20/7 6— 24/« 

*— 27/7« 
Alexander, M* Arthur. 20 J 7 /»— 22/8 c— 

28/76 

CoL, 24 / 7 6—6 m 7 /* 

Anderton, G., H./ 7 //-I4y 7 6 

Anatruther, Sir R., 16 wi 7 // 

AnrvU, Uuke of, 9 /'7 c— 21/6 a— 27/66 

Ashley, —.7/7 «— 3 w 7 6 

Attorn?v.GuiKral, 13 /*? 6 & r— 16 /"e 6— 

20/' 8 h -'Si f 7 6—27 / 6/— I m 7 c— 8 « 7 6 

'Baillie- Cochrane, «ee Cochrani 

Balfouv, Sir G., 14/7 c— 6 m 7 « 

Barolav, — , 18 r7 e- 22/8 6— 24/7 c 

Barttelot, Sir W. 16/7 c— 22 / 8 «— 6 m 

Trf— 9m7/— 10»i6/ 

Bath, Marquis of, 17/6 a 

Baxter, -, 7 w 6 e—\o m 7 a 

Beaconafleld. Earl of, 1> / 7 ^—18 f6 a— 1 4 

r6f»&c-\7f6 rt— 21 f 7/— 2 i/e a 

Beauchamp. Eart 24 j 6 a— 6 m 6 a— 13 m 8 6 

— - Belmore, Earl of, 2 m 7 a 

Bentinck, — , 8 m 7 6—7 m 6 e— 8 m 7 c— 

13 m 7 <r— 21 m 8 a 

Bereaford, Lord C, 20 m 6 / 

Blennerhaaaett, — , 22 m 7 6 

Boord, —,24 f7ti 

— Bourke, -. 18/6 b & c— 17/6 6—21 fSd 
—24 / 6 </— 27 f 7 e— 3 m 7 </— 7 m 6 6—9 m 
T6— 17 m 10 a— 28 w 6/" 

Boirjer, Sir G., 13/6 /•- 13/7 rf— 24y 6/ 

Bright, Jacob, a m 7 a— 22 m 7 /* 

Butt, — , 15 /"R 6—20 m 6/— 1"J m 7 « &y 

Butler-Johnstone, — , 24 m 9 /" 

CadoKan, Earl, 13/6 a— 24 m 8 6 

Caoieron, Dr., 13 tn 6/ 

CampbeU, Sir G., 13 fS r— 14/6 f— 16 f6 

a— 24 f 7 a— 6 m 6 /'-17 wi 9/ 

— Oampbell-Bannerman, — , 6 m 8 a 

— Camperdown, Earl of , 6 »i 6 a 

Canterburj, Archbishop of, 10/6 a — 14 

— Cardwell, Tx>rd. 9/7 rf— 22 m i 6 
Carnarron, Earl of, 2 m 7 a 

— Cave, — . 14 / 7 A— 6 m 6 e— 23 m 7 r. 

— Chamberlain, — , 16 / 7 c— 14 m 6/- 2 1 
« 7e 

— Chancellor of the Exchequer, 9 /* 8 /*— 9 f 
9 a— 10 / 6 r— 13 /6 c— 14 / 8 a— 1*6/6 c— 20 
/7 *— 20 rs a— 23/7 a— 24 / 7 a— 27 r 7 b 
—28/8 c— 2 IN 7 /— 3 WI 7y— 6 m 6 </— 8 m 7 
^—9 m7 dSb /•— 10 m 7 c— 14 m 6 6—16 w 7 /" 
^20 m 6 /"- 21 Ml 8 6—23 m 7 d^2i miic k'd 
—24 M id c— 27 m 7 c— 28 w 7 cf 

— ChUdera, — , 27A7a— 13«6/ 

— (TiTe, — . 22 m 7 c 

— Cochrane, Baillie, 17/ 7 d— 3 m 6 «— 28 m^€ 

— Cole,— ,24/7 6 

— Cotton, Alderman, 21 m 7 f 

— Courtney, — , 1 7 /* 7 c — 22 m 7 e 

— Cowen, — , 24/6 6 

— Cowper-Teraple, — , 22 /'8 a 

— Croaa, — , 10 /" 6 </— 13 fS c— 16 /•7 d— 22 
/•8 *— 23/7 6—24 / 7 6—6 m 6 </— J5 « 7 rf— 
17 at 10 6 

-De Lb Wmtt, Earl 2i/6a'^l3m $a 



Parliamentary Speechea {^continued), 

D»rni;»on, C. B., 14/7 6 

Derby, Earl of, 9 / 7 a— 21 /6 c— 23 /* 6 6 

_27 /* 6 c— 13 nt 6 c— 23 « 7 o 

Dilke. Sir Chas., 22 fS c— 24 mSd 

Dodson, — , 10 w 7 6 

Dorchester, Lord, 13 m € 6 * 

— Dowing, — , 22 m 7 d 

Dudley, Earl of, 2S m 7 a 

Duflf, Grant, 10 / 6 6—17 /*7 rf-20/7 d - 

22/8 c— 24 / 6 rf— 3 m 6 «— i> m «/— 14 m 7 at 

Ejferton. A., 7 w 6 /*- 13 /« G/ 

Elcho, Lord, 22/8 c— 6 m 7 a 

Elliot, SirH., 13>6c 

Enfield, Viscount, 6 m 6 6 

Esliiigton, Xiord, 27/7 «— 8 m 7 6 

Fawcett, ^, 14/6 c— 28 /6 6—24 mSe 

Fitzmaurice, Lord E., 3 m 7 e 

Forster, W. E., 13/6 <f— 28 / 8 c— 17 m 9 

flT— 28 m (; e 

Forsyth, — , 14 /'7 c-1 m 7 6 

Forteacue, Earl, 13y 6 a— 23/6 6— 20 « 6 6 

Eraser, Sir W., 13/6 rf— 16/7 a 

Gal way. Lord, 9 /' 8 a 

— Gerard, Noel, 13/6 cf 

Gilpin, Sir R., 6 w 7 e 

Gladstone. Kt. Hon. W. E., 9 / 9 rf— 13/^ 

4—17 / c r— 24 m 9 c— 28 m 6 c— 28 m7 a 

Goidsmid, — , 27 /* 7 a— 16 m7d 

Gordon, Sir A., 22 fSb 

Goschen, — , 14 J 7^-16 f7 </— 20/ 7/— 

6 m 6 /— 11 w 8 6—13 m7 a& c— 20 m 7 e— 

2imSr. 
GranriUe, Earl, 9/6 </— 14 fe a— 17y 6 a 

—21 / 7 rf-23/ 6 a— 14 m 6 6 

Gregory, — , 20y 7 e 

^ Grey, Earl, 27 / 6 6 

Grey de Wilton. I^ord. 9/6 c 

Haddington, K«rl of. 9/6 d 

Hamilton. Lord Goorge, 14/7 c 

Harcourt, Sir VV., 16/6 c— 3 m 7 « 

Hardy, - ,9 /* 9 «~10 /•6 d— 17 / 6/-20 

/ 7 c— 24/ 7 d—Q m 6 e &/— 6 m 7 a 
Hartington, Marquis of, 9/8 c — 9 /" o — 

i3 /6 /•— 10 m 7 c— 24 w 9 a— 28 med 

Hatherley. Lord, 17 n 9 a 

Havelock. Sir H., 6 «< 7 /* 

Hay, Sir John, 13 7n 7 a 

Henry. Mitchell. 2ZfQf 

Herbert, — , 22 m 7 a 

Hervey, Lord F.. 8 w 7 a 

Hibbert, — , 9 nt 8 « 

Hicks-Beach, Sir M., 10/ 6 a & d -13 / (i 

</— 15 fS 6—16 / 7 /•— 17 /'66— 21/8 e— 2.3/ 
6 d— 27/6 /•— 28 /* 7/ 17 w 9 «— 22 m 7 e 

Hogg, Sir J., 23 / 6 c 

Holland. Sir II., 17 m 10 a 

Hope, Beresford, 20/7 e— 22/8 6— 1 m 7 

6— 8m76 

Hop wood, — , 16/6 « 

Houghton, Lord, 24 fO n 

Howard. E. S., 14 ;« 7 d— 17 w 9 « 

Hubbard. — , 1 m 7 d—9 m 7 e— 10 m 7 d 

Hunt, Ward, \0 f ^ b-^*l m*; V>— 1 ti^'X \»— 

10 m 7 b— Vi m 1 a & c— ^^ ml a ^ f 

Jamea, H\r V\., 10 f % b— \ m 1 1-^\ ^«v% a. 

Jen\di\a, D., 1 m ^ e ^ 



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PAU&Eil 8 INDEX 



TIUKH SKW^srArEli. 



[Jan. 



Parliamentary Speeches {continved), 
^-^ John8tone, 2Sir H., 10 m ti d 

Kay-Shuttleworth. — , 20/7 h 

Kenealy, Dr., 10 f6 c— 16 /7a 

Kennaway, Sir J., 14 m 7 ^ 

Kimberley. Earl of, 21 y 7 6—2 m 7 a— 6 

w 6 b 

- Kinj^-Hartnan, — , 22 w 7 c 

KDatchbull-Hugesseii, — , 16y 6/— 2 ml b 

—16 mid 

- Law, — , 20/8 a— 28 f 7 6—8 mid 

- Lawson, Sir W., 14 m 7 c 

— ^ Lefevre, ijhaw, 7 m 7 a— 8 m 7 c — 18 ml b 

—20 w 7 c 

Leighton, — , 8 m 7 b 

Lewis. C, lJ/6/— 16/8 6— 28/7 c 

Lopes. Sir Massey, 1 ml b 

Lord Advocate, 10/6 «- 13/7 rf— 22/8c 

_24 / 7 c— 15 m 7 </— 17 m 9/ 

Lord Chancellor, 28/7 a— 17 m 9 a 

Lowe, — , 20 /■ 7 c— 24/ 7 a— 21 mSb 

Lowiher, J., 20/7 a— 21 f 8 «— 8 w 7 e— 

16m 7< 
Lubbock, Sir John. 20/7 f—B ml € 

Lusk, Sir A., 23/7 A— 27/7 b 

Macartney, — , 15/8 a 

- Macdonald, — , 15m Ad 
Maitland, J.. 15 m 7 a 

Martin, —,24/7 e— 1 m 7 rf 

M'T*arcn. —,24/7 r. 

Meldon, — , IS./ 6/ 

Middleton, Viscount, 7 m 6 n 

Mitchell, Henry, 16y 8 b 

Montagu, Lord R., 16/6 c— 17 f 1 *— 16 

mid 

More. Colonel, 22 /* 8 c 

Morgan, O., 20/ 7 «— 24/ 7 rf— 8 mid 

MulhoUand, — , 15/8 a 

Mundella, — . 13/ 7 rf— 20/8 c— 1 m 8 a 

Muntz, — . 23/1 b 

M are. Colonel, Q ml d 

Newdegate. — , lOy 6 c—l6fl 6—23/7 a 

—22 /w 7 c 

Noel. Gerard, 16/ 6 c-21 f 8 d— 24 /6c 

—2m 7 6-17 m 9/ 

Nolan, Captain, 20 /* 8 6—6 m 7 /— 10 

mSf 

O'Conor Don, 17 w 9 </— 22 m 7 e 

O'Gorman, Major, I'd fO e 

O'Loghlen. Sir C, 20/8 6 

O'Keilly, —,15/8 6—17 m 9 d— 22 m 7 « 

— ^ O'Shaughnessy, — , 17 m 7 c 

Onslow. — , 14/6 c 

— — Orr-Ewing. — , 15 m 7 c 

Paget, — , 10 m 6/ 

Pamell, — . 15 fS a— 17/6 b 

Pell, — , 10 w 7 a 

Percy, Earl, 24 / 6/- 1 m 7 c— 6 m 7 /- 8 

IN 7 6 

Pirn. Captain, 21 fS e— 21 /9 or— 13 mid 

Play fair. Dr.. 20 /7 «— 24 / 6 /'— 15 w 7 c 

Plunket, — , 17 m 9 </— 22 m 1 </— 24 m 9 6 

Price, Captain. 7 m 7 a — 18 m 6 6 

Raikes, —,22/8 o— 28/ 7 a 

- Kathbone, — , 10 m 7 a 

/i'ejidr, -^,9m8 a^lO m B h 

—^ Rer/esdMle. Earl of, 16/6 a 



Parliamentary Speeches {contiMed), 

Reed, — , 7 w 6 </— 8 m 7 /-IS m 1 6—20 

m lb 
Richmond, Duke of. 23 /" 6 6—9 m 7 a— 14 

m 6 <i— 20 m 6 6—24 m 8 o 

Riuley, Matthew, 16/6 e 

Ritchie, —,21/8 € 

Rodwell, — , %ml d 

- Roebuck. — , 1 m 7 c 

Rosebery, Earl of. 23/6 a 

Russell, Sir C, 21 m 7 e 

Rylands, —,16/6 d— 27/ 7 rf- 24 m 10 a 

—28 m^d 

Salisbury, Marquis of, 9 /" 7 e— 21 / 7 6 

Samuda, — , 21/8/— 7 m 7 a— 20 m 7 « 

Samuelson, — , 13y 7 rf— 16 /*6 d— 28/8 a 

Sandon, Lord, 23 / 6 <;- 28 ; 7 6—28 f %a 

St. Alban's. Duke of, 13 /^ #i 

Sclater-Booth, — , 18 f 6 /—13 fl «— r6 / 

6 d— 1 m 1 a— 9 in 7 d— 9 m 8 c 

Seely, — . 7 m 6 6—20 m 1 d 

Selwin-Ibbetson, Sir H., 10/6 e— 16 / 7 6 

& c— 15 m 7 a 

Sheridan, — , 23 m 7 e 

Sherlock, — , 20 / 8 o 

Shute, General, 6 w 7 e 

Smith, R., 28/ 7 « 

VV. H., 24/6 6-27/7 6 

Smollett, — ,* 14 /• 6 « 

Smvfh. R.. 13 /*6d 

fcHiliciior-General for Ireland, 18/7 t — 15 

/8 6 

Spencer- Stanhope, W., lG/7 « 

Stanhope. E., 21 w 7/ 

Stan^fold, —.18/7 a— 1 m 1 6—10 a^ 7 o 

Mratheden. Lord. 21 fla—'llf^a 

SuUivan, — , 13 /^ /— 22 m 7 </—23 ml a 

Torr, -, 9/8iJ 

Trevelyan, — , 23 /" 6 /— 24 / 6 o— 16 

m7d 

Walpole, — , 20 / 8 o 

Walter,— ,21 f^a 

Waterlow, Sir S.. 16 /'7 o— 28 / 7 d 

Wat kin, Sir E., 6 w 6 d— 21 ml f 

Waveney, Lord, ^ fl t 

Westminster, Dulce of, 21 J 6 f 

Whalley, —,10/6 c— 1 m 7 d— 17 m 10 6 

Whitbread. — , 13/7 a— 10 m 6 « 

Williams, Watkin, 8 m 7 6 

Wolff. Sir H. D., 24 w 10 6—28 mSb 

Wyndham, Percy, 8 m 6 6—17 m 9/ 

Yorke, R., l6/6y— 10 m 6 «— 20 w 7 c 

Parry \^Neville) Proposal to Place the Weather 
Meteorological Chart from the Timet, in. aU 
Seafaring Post Offices, 3 m 1 1 e 
Parfees and British Rule, 2 m 4/ 
Parsons (Rct. H. W.) Lecture on Temperance, 

at New York. 5 il f 
Partnerships Dissolved, 3 ; 8 r— 6 ; 8 6—10 i 8 6 
—13 J 6 rt— 17^ 8 6— 20j 8 6— 24^ 8 c— 27 ; 8 
a— 31 j 8 6—3 / 8 6— 7y 8 c- 10/ 8 o— 14/8 
c— 17y 9 «— 21/5/- 24 fS 6—28 /*« d-^B m 
8 a— 7 m 8 r— 10 m 8 c— 14 m 7 /— 17 m 8 /— 
21 m 8 c— 24 m 13 €—28 m 8 6—31 m 8 c 
Passover, Feast of, 29 m 6 /^ 
Patent Office. United States, Applications to 



Kc'jrv«icv. 



J oc 



:. ai. 1J-77.J 

Patent OfSco, ^ hulesale Dustructiun of Expired 

Spet'iHuiliona, -^6 i 8 It—S m l\ / 
-^ — Shufi unti Axleiree Coinpsny of Weilnes- 

pHtintB r<.r Invcnrimts Bill. 9mAb 

Futti (Adeline, iim Mirquite deCanz) Letter tu 

the fiffcro uD her Suit, ImSf 
Sei.-lcinit Judicial Seitwraiion trom her 

HuBi»nd, 2 » » /* 
Faner (EniHi) on the Nature of MubIc, 22 j T d 
Pauper Children, Note un. 31 w 10 c 

Pamiinit at Leart^sden. 31 m lU e 

Rauperi-m. M..n'hlv Return. MJ i f-\i/%f 

Psveinunt of Pull Mull. 1 f\OI. 

PawMn & Co. ( Limited , Meeting, Sj T 6— IS 

/7rf 
F'pabudr Donation Fund. Iteport, 2n fi J 
Peauhey (J. P.) Turf Keuiprocit;, 7 m 8 J 
Peacock Rnom. 15 /id 
Feara lE. A.) on Flualing Powder Barrel*, 24/ 

PeiTKin (J. L.) Warning against a Swindler 

Using his Nam?, I /9 e 

(W.) on HiiUy Berries. m«f 

Pease J. W.) Presents a Sew Building to the 

Middlesoraogh High School, IK; to/ 
Peel Rirpr Land aod Miiienil Cumpao;, 9 j 7 c 

— 16j7rf 

. (Lt. Gen.) Tort Reciprocity. T m 8 </ 

(Sir Robt.) Statue of, in Parliament Sq., 

18; I2d 
Peerage:— New Creations; — Redesdale. Baron, 

to be an Earl, H j 8 e~~i j 6 clO ) 6 c 
Pelh*m ^T. H. W.) EmigraiioQ of Pauper ChUd- 

ren. -a ) 4 / 
Pender (.John) om the Dominiou Tdegraph, 2 / 

7 e 
Peninsular and Oriental Compau^, 8 ■■ 6 /* 
Pennington (Fred.) on the Crisis of the Pattern 

QueitiuD. 10/ 10 e 
Penny Banks, Mieting at Hackney to Promote, 

%f6b 
Penroae (F. C.) on the Portico of St. Martin's 

In the Fields. SO yo/ 
Pepper. Sute of trade in, B > 7 c— 1.1 j 6 rf-19 

H c—tajl l—2i} lj—-il 3 7 « -31/7^-3 
/7«— 7/"7e— 1*/ 10 e— 17/11 d— 21/12*: 

—28/ 10 *— 24 /lO «-28 / 10 A— 10 ■ 7 /— 

17 «■ 8 i— 21 M 6 /— 28 n 6 &— 28 n 10 c— 30 

mS if 
(Prateasor) at Sadler's Wells, on Fires in 

Theatrrs, 15>6/ 
Perciral {J.) on the Unirersity Boat Race, 29 la 

6f 
Percy (Lord) on the Public Worship Regulation 

Act. 8/^0/ 
ParmissiTe Bill Meeting at Birmingham, 1 ftt 
Ferry & Co., (Limited) Annual Report, IS/lOif 
Partonal Explaiiatian, 20 / 10/ 

SUtistiRS, 6; 8 h 

Work Among the Poor. 14/4/ 

Peruvian Bondhoiders, New Arrangements. 8 /' i 

t-d \ 

Peter Ibe Great an J Riissinn Journalism. Ifi / 9y 
Petermann Jpr.) his Idea of London, i j IQ f \ 
Peterson (W. C.) DoamtioD* to the Wi<tow of. G I 



IIE TIMKS tiKWSPArKR. fOl 

Pethcr (Missi Clow of the Subscription for and 
Investment, 2 / 11 < 

Peiruleiini, State of Trade in. 2 j" " t— 9 ; 7 d— 
IB; 7'— 23 J 1 d—mj 7<f— 2 r* a— 6 lit— 
13 f]Od—iO fid-il J 10 /'-em lOrf— 18 
•■ i 1 (/— 20 HI 10 t— 24 m 13 r— 27 m 10 c 

Pow and Pulpit. 9 w G/— 26 n 10 u 

Phttlt>s (Samuiil) Announced Retirement of from 
ihe Singe, 16m 8c 

Philosophy of Speoch, 23> Bf—SOj 6 d 

Fhuaphu- Guano Company, 22 j 7 t 

Phy«iviHn*. Royal College of, Re-£lcntion of 

Pk'kelling. Noie about. 2 f\2h 

Pigs. Mud. Dijinlering of to Sell. 8 ; 7 if 

PiKCuns' SliuH' at Sjdcnhani. II / 4 /' 

Piyolt f Richsrd) .in Untriud HriTOtieri, 28 m 7 • 

Pitcher r R. W.} Public House Slalistica, 26 j 10 e 

Plant Growth. Lecture on, 29 nt 4 /~ 

Plinu anil Insects, Sir J. Lubbocli's Lecture oit, 

22/ fi if 
Play BilU, Safe of Old, «m Old 
I'Uf fair (Dr. Lyon) on ihe Profession of Teach- 
ing, \bj 6 b 
Flaza (De La) on the Argentine Confederation, 

21/12 6 
Flinisull (Samuel) Condemned Meat, 17 n 8a 
I'luugh Monday, Annunl iJusloni, 9 j' 7 d 
Plumstead Common. Mr, De Morgan and hia 

Allies Fill in Mr. Jauobs's Pitt. 1 ; lOy— 8 )' 9 

/— 16 3 10 s— Iti / 6 rf— 20 ; 9 /— 29 ; 9 f 
and the Metropolitan Board of Works, 6/ 

6b 
Deputation to Hr. Gladstone about, I6y 6 

t-\h ml f 
Letter from Mr. Gladstone about, 27 / 5 / 

—imif 
Legal Proceedings about, 34j 6/— 31 / S d 

-6/ 10 c 

and the War Office, 19 ;' 19 e— 19/U f 

Poaching snd Lord Coleridge. 1 m 7/ 

Affray near Belyoir Caatle. 15/9 a 

at Norton Desney, 1/9/ 

Poetry— '■ Born in March" by the Poet Laa- 

reate. 27/6-/ 
Poisoned Arrows, Note about, Ij 12 b 
Polar Colony, 23/4* 
Polarit Expedition Grant to the Rascoera, IJ 106 



Abbott, John, and another, for Fraud, IS *i 

11 f 
Abrahams, Abrahiun, and other*, for Steal- 

ing, 81 > 1 1 e 

Adams, Captain, for Advice, 21/11 < 

Allam, Isaac, for Assault, bfllj 

AlU-ray, Stephen, for Fraud, 20 n II <— 

29 » 1 1 s 
AUman, and Four other Poachers, (or At- 

tempted Murder, 6i 7/ 

Andrews. .lohn, for Stealing, tS m 13 e 

Application on an Attempt to Bribe an 

- titwiit, C^M %Maa:vQ«, t. w. W 4 

- to ^Td S. XWiTil ^Ml ¥«fll«c«* >^ 



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PALIURS LMDKX Ti# ^< TfiB TIMES KBW:»PU*JCR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Police (fontivu€fi), 

Auerbach, Randolph, for Railway Ofifence, 

19/ M a 

Austin, Ifl^Rc, a Cabman, for Receiving 

More than his Fare. 24/ 1 1 t 

John, for Driving Cattle in the Streets, 

15/11 d 

Avros, Wm., and other Milk Dealers, for 

Selling Adulterated Milk, 5/11 « 

Bailey, Elizabeth, fur Concealment of Birth, 

17 iM 13/ 

Baker, Chas.. for Murder, r> / 7 e — 5/9y 

Daniel, and Five other Boys, for Travel- 
ling Without Tickets, 15 7 7/' 

Fred. Edwin, for Mnrder, 19 ; 6 6—25 j 



5/ 

— Baldwin, — . for Assault, 12> 1 1 d 

— B<incrof t, Thos., & Co., for Adulteration, 30 
m9/ 

— Barber, Henry, for Railway Offence, 9 " 1 1 « 

— Barker, Alfred, for Attempted Murder and 
Suicide, 10 m 11 «— 17 m 13 e- 24 m 14 a 

Henry, for Burgl iry, 7 wi II «--14 m 11/ 



— Barret, Ellen, for Violent Assault, 23 m 11/ 

— Barry. Thomas, for Assault, 12 m 11 < 

— Beardpell, Joseph, for Bankruptcy Act 
Offence, 12 w 1 1 <f— 23 m 11 /— 24 w 14 a 

— Beasley. Rose, for Assault, 15 ; 11 e 

— Beavis, Thos., for Assault, 16 m 11/ 

— Benbow, Mrs., for Assistance, 12i 11 c 

— Bennet, Ellen, and another, for Fighting, 
22 fix e 

— Bennett, Thos., for Murder, 24/8 6 

— Benson, Henry, and others, for Conspiring 
to Defraud, 1 > > 11 (i-5 / 11 «— 12 /I I </— 7 
mil d 

— Beresford, Lord Marcus, for Assault, 15 m 

lie 

— Beresford, Thos. Kdw.^ for Drunkjennesi, 
28 w 11/— 29 m 11/ 

— Berry, John, for Assault. 14 / 12 a 

— Sevan, Bella, for Stealing, 19/11 a 
John, for Stealing, 2 / 1 1 e 



— Biddle, Wm. Henry, for Embezzlement, 12 
; lie 

— Biggs, Lionel, for Railway Offence, 1 / 1 1 c^ 

— Billidu, Prosper Cano Polydore, for Steal- 
ing. 29 m 11 e 

— Bloomfield, Fred, for Assault, 5/11 /*— 8 
fUd 

— Blount, Alexander, for Wife Assault, 29 m 

— Boniface, Chas., for Sanitary Act Offence, 

81/ Hi 

— Booth, Geo. Edward, for Robbery, 5/5/ 

— Bower, Wm., for Assault. 6/ 11 « 

— Boymound, Geo., for Assault 1 1 ; 1 1 s 

— Bradlaugh. Wm. R., for Libel, 18 i 11 a 

— Brown, Ann, for Fraud, 15 j M e 
B. Richard, for Refusing to Weigh Bread, 



19m 11 c 

Geo., for Fraud, 22 m 11 6 

Henry, for Explosives Act Offence, 21/ 



11/ 



jMaes, lorTrund, IS J 11 e 



Police (continued). 

Bryant, Ellen, for Cutting and Wounding, 

26/11 « 

— Buckle, Major Charles Randolf, for Man- 
slaughter, 6/11 rf— «/ 1 1 d 

Bulbrook, John, for Assault, \2 fll d 

Bullock, E., for Protection, 31 file 

Burden, John Richard, for Unlawful Pos- 
session, 9/116 

Mary, for Stealing, 23 m 11/ 

Burton, Geo., for Assault, 16/ 12 a 

Wm., for Perjury. 15 /' 1 1 e 



Bushby , Eliz., for Infanticide and Att«mptel 

Suicide. 9y 11 r 
Butler, Benjamin, for Stealing, 1 / 1 1 a 

— Butt. Alex., for Infectious Disease Offeuce, 
10/11 e 

— Cabman, for Plying for Hire in the Streets, 
26/11 e 

Cabmen, Four, for Leaving their Cabs Un- 
attended. 14/120 

— Callaghan, Edw., for Stealing, 18 m 12 <f 
Wm.. for Assault, 8/ 1 1 e 

— Campbell Julia, for Assault, 27 m 11 d 

— Campoverde, Geo., for Fraud. 12 m 11 d 

— Cannon, Thos. Henry, for Furious Driving* 
2/-11 d 

— Carter, — , for Railway Offence, 2 m 12 a 

— (*assidy, Dennis, for Assault, 24 fli d 

— Castle, Charles, for Sleeping in his Cart, I 
/ll e— 20/11 < 

— Caston, John, for Manslaughter, 9y 11 e 

— Cathermole, Jos., for Assault and Wound- 
ing, 6 m 11 / 

— Cattle Plague Summonses, 23/11 s 

— Chairs, Charles, and others, for Assault, 20 
/ll e 

— Chamberlain, Edw., and another, for Loi- 
tering, 13; lis 

— Champney, Felix, and others, for Selling 
Adulterated Milk, 19/11 a 

— Chandler, Juhn, and another, for Stealing, 
9// 11 c 

-^ Chapman, — , and another, for Stealing 
Goods from Trains in Transit, 15 / 7 <^ 

Francis, and other Railway Servants, for 



Robbery. 4/11 d—BJ 6 e-20 i 7 h 

James, for Attempted Suicide, 28/11 d 



— Charles, Wm., for Murder, 15 m 10 a 

— Chichester, Wm., for Allowing his Cattle 
on TootingBeck Common, 9 m 11 d—2i mlih 

— Christopher, John, for Keeping Company 
with Thieves, 10 m 1 1 c 

Wm., and another, for Annoyance, 8 m 



Tboms8, for Vrunkenneea, 22 m ll c 

Browno, Montague, for Felony, 24 Y ll e 



11 d 

Clamp, Geo., for Assault, 22/11/ 

Clark, Charles, for Embezzlement, 29 m 

11 t 
■ for Drunkenness and Assault, 6 m 11 e 

James Aslet, for Disorderly Conduct 

13/ 12 6 

Clarke, Wm., aliat Ross, &c., for Murder 

17/5 e 
CUsh, Albert, and Wife, for Wilful Dam- 
age. 9/* 11 « 

Coates, RoVrt, Iot K%«».\3\V% m\V * 

Coke\ey,T\io%., Iqi %v<saXmii,^^m^J 



Mnr, 31, 1877.] rxLuitK'* inubx to Tiit ' 

Folic* o-oi'ifvtd). 

CulegruTS, John, and Tho«. Fil'iner, lor 

Fraud. Mfll J- 26/ 1 1 d—iii « M c 
Collini, Jamei, for Not Supporting hii 

Wife and Children. Ifi / lie 
Connor, Patrick, and othera, for AHault, 

14/ 18 a 

Contiorton, Jamet, tor Aiaiult, 1 1 ; 1 1 a 

foniraj, iMac Wm., tor Nonpaj'meQt of 

Wafcea. 6 n 1 1 < 

Cook. — , for Aiiaanlt, 1 y 1 1 b 

Thomaf, for Eici»e Acl OfTence, 7/11 d 

B. C for Hailwav Act OfleDce, 21 / 1 1 « 

Cooke. Thoa, tar NuifNDce, I6j]ib 

Cooper, Charlea. aod another, fur Unlaw- 

fol PoHeaiiuD, 13 / 1! « 
Wm,, fur Bankrupcy Act OCFence, 16/ 

12 o— 26/11 d 

Corgnve, JamM, for Assault. I2j II e 

' Cotlella Tbomaa, for Asiault, 12 n II e 

Coults, Samacl, for Manslnughler, I / 12 a 

CoK, Arlbnr, for Assault, 81>ll < 

anil another, for Forjtery. 39 n II a 

Cradwiuk, Geo., for Aasnult. I j 12 h 

Crawle*, John, tor Aaaault and Kobberr, 

t7mnd 

Cronin, Dennis, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing. 29 n 1 1 /" 

' J<dinE(tv.,forDrunkenneit,&c.,Siy 11a 

Croucher, Wm,, for Cruelty to a Uwau, 10 

^lli 

Cruelty to Horaea, 1 « 1 1 </ 

Crutcblay, John, for Railtray Offence. 9 m 

11* 

Cuff, GeoT and otheta, for Vagrancy, 22 / 

— CollniaD, — , (or Fraud. 26 ; 10 a 

— Culrer. Arlhur. (or Selling Liquort during 
Prohibited Houri, 15/11 d 

Curtia, Albert, fur Cutting and Wounding, 

l»>li. 

• I'nrtiei, Jobn. for Adulteration, SmUd 

Culling, Henry, for Brutal ConducCatSeit, 

an 6/ 
Daly. Jatnei, and another, for Unlawful 

Poaaeuion, JS j 5 f 
KeT. Joseph, a Koman Catholic Friett, 

f« Stealing. I> ; S f 
Dance, Henry, for Neglecting bis Family, 

'«/»/ 
- Daneai. Cbarlea, and another, for Smug- 



NKwafArzK. 



J?£: 



S/ II if 



Darbyabire. John, for Selling Lemonade 

Wkhottt a Licence, 13 f ii d 
—— Date and Palmer, (or Dmnkcnneta, 26 m 

111 
^Dney, George, for Stealing, S/U <— S f 

11« 
— I)**!*, rhaile*. for StealinR, I j 1 2 & 
■ -■' Edward, for Hawking Without aLicenoe, 

SI at II <f 

Om., for Unlawful Fosaeasion, gl jU* 

— J. U., for AUowIbs Betting in his House, 

18/11 d 

■ M»i7 Aoo, lor Fortua* TelSing.2e f II <■ 

n»»»^ T^ooMt, for Seading Usd Heat to 

Uute^ IS ft I </ 



-, for having his C'himnuy on Fira, 28 m 

II e 

' Frederick, for Stealing. 8j 11 e 

John, for Alsault, 6 n 1 1 e 

Deacon, Thos. and Wm., for Assault, 30 i 

Sc 
Delahunte, Wm.. tor Murder, 19 i 6 (—2 / 

6e 
Dewey and Penrce, Cverseers, for an Order 

to Koforce a Poor's Kate. 2 m l2o— 19ih 11 rf 
Diaaaters in ihe North Sea. Propoaal tu 

Raiae a Fund for \he BureaTed. B n 11 c 

Diaclaimere. 9 j 1 1 c— IS ; M / 

Dobaun, Uobert. and another,' for Stealing, 

2™ 11/ 
and Roberts, tor Wanton Damage In 

NuUar Park, 6 ; 6 « 
Uoherty, Patrick, and other*, for Stealing, 

9n It e-16» !1/-2I tnWd 

Donald, Rlcbar^, for Druiikenneas, &c., It; 

11 a 
Donnell, Mary, for baring a Stall Board in 

the Street, 27 m 1 1 d 

Donovan, Daniel, for Disorderly Conduct, 

16> 12 * 

Jobn, for Drunkennea* and Assault, 2 / 

11 <f 

Patrick, for Asaanll. \mUd 

Dure, Ellen, for Slab ing. ij II t 

DouUii, James, for Assault, 1 j 12 a 

Doyle. W. Le Hunt, (or Monpayment of 

Cab Fare, 3 m 12 i 

Drucf, Fredeiick. (or Stealing. 1 n 11 if 

Drunkanniias, a Uagiitratea, Comment on 

lil2/, 

Dudley. Joaeph. (or Aaaault, 16/ 9 f 

Duncuinbr. Geo., for Not Sappbrling Ua 

Wife and Children. U/12 a 

ItyiOD, Dougal Lse, for Perjury, 6/11 e 

East, Daniel, for Murdering his Two 

Children. 2«/9/— S),/ 6 / 
Eaton. Geo., for liefault ot Doty a* a 

Hallway Pointsman, 10/SP/ 

Eddy. Robt.. for Fraud, 16 j 12 b 

Ederaheim, Julius, for Stealing, 16)' II d 

Edmund', Herbert, for Wheeliug a Bicycle 

on the Footway, IT ni 13 /" 

Tbos. John, for StaaUng, 12 ; 11 e 

Edwards, Alexander, for Aaaault, 12 / llrf 

Edwin, (or Fraud, 15/ 1 1 a 

James, for Aaaault, 12 ai 1 1 / 

for WUf nl Damage. 9 / 1 1 e 

and Slt>acey. for Stealing Dead and 

Buried Pigs, e>T d 

Ellerlon, Geo., for Stealiag, 6 » 11 1/ 

Emeraoti, Mrs. Application for Asalstaoce, 

9« II a— 12in II a— 13 m 12 rf— 16 m 11/— 

17 m 18/— 19™ 11«— 23in 11 /— 30 w 9^ 

England, Louiaa, lor Aaaault, 18> tl e 

Eiiwight, Jamea, Ut le SiecX \a ». "^JtVatisaxr 

tory.avjW f 

Saw, ThM>io«.te' ^"^"I'^^J^ ^-^ ™ 



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rAL.MEU's IKDKX TO '* THE TIMSS " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. I to 



Po.ice Continued), 

ban-ant, C-harles S. C, for Wife AssauU, 

la m 12 «r 

Feiin, MargiTCt, for Stealing, 12 m lie 

Field. James, for Begging, 3 m II d 

Firebrace, Isabella, for Drunkenness, 13 m 

12 e 

Fish, Bad, Application to Condemn, 11 i 11/ 

Flavian, Mrs., for Railway Ofifence, Hi 

11« 

Fletcher. William., for Poaching and At- 
tempted Murder, \ f9 f 

Flick, Edwin and bis Wife, for Forgery, 8 

fix d^lo f\\ d 

Flintoffi Geo., for Perjurv, 6/12 a -22 / 

lis 

Flood, Henry, for Bigauiy, 2/11 rf—S/l 1 e 

Fooks, Wm. Henry, for Attempted Suicide, 

14 w 1 1 / 

Forbes, John, for Asiault, Z\ j W d 

Foreign Provision Deulers, for Adultera- 
tion, 20/ 11 d 

Seamen, Application for a Home for, 22/* 

]] b 

Foster, Charles, for Wilful Damage, 6 m 

11 e 

Fox, Wm. Henry, for Railway Offence, 10 

yil c 
Frail, Emma, for Stealing. 9 ; 1 1 c 

- Francis, Alfred, for Disorderly Conduct, 6 
mile 

Franklin. Samuel for Stealing. 28/11 s 

Friendly Society, Application for Assist- 
ance, U /M 11 « 

FuUager, John Edw.. for Stealing. 2B m 11 <f 

Fury, Alfred, for fiegging. 16j 12 c 

Gaiiivaii, J allies, for Not Supporting his 

Wife and Children, 15^ 1 1 e 

^— Gardner, Alex., and others, for Conspiring 
to Fraud, 6.? lie— 13>11 e- 1/ 11 <f— 14 / 

12 a— 15 / 11 </--8 m 11 c— 9 m 11 rf— 10 m 12 
a— 12 m 12 o— 13 m 12 6—19 m 11 d 

Alice, for Stealing \ f\\ d—S f\\d 



— Garing, Charles, tor Fraud, 8 m 11 d 

— Garnett. Margaret, for Stealing. 16 / 12 a 

— Gedge. Sidney, for Not Sending his Child- 
ren to School 3/11 e 

— Gerrard, Henry, for Cruelty to his Daugh- 
ter, 3 OT 5 /* 

— Gibbons, Richard Henry, for Railway Of- 
fence, VZiU d 

Thos., for Wife Assault, 30 m 9 e 



Gibbs, Elizabeth, for Assault, 19 m I W 
Mary, for Steabng, 1 9 m 1 1 e 



— Gibson, — , for Fraud, 5 m 1 1 cf 

— Giffard, J. H., for Railway Offenoa, 15 m 
11/ 

— Gillham, Chas.. and another, for Robbery, 
31/11 e— 21 /ll f 

— Glaskln, Edward, and another, for Assault, 
2 m 12a 

— GlaKS, John Alfred, for Railway Offence, 
28 m 1 1 e 

— Godson, Mary, for Stealing, 7 m 11 e-»13 

GoJdUncb, Gilbert, for Embeademeni, 11 ; 



7/^ 



Police (rxfnfinutl). 

— Guoihuan. Geo., for Adulteration, 17 m 13 e 
Goodwin. John, for Stealing. 29 m 11 / 

— Grant, Thus., for Being Riotous in Chapel 
21 m 11 e 

Green, Chas., for Abuse, &c, 12^' 11 c 

for Stealing, 20 /" 1 1 e 

Greenbank, Leah, for Attempted Suicide, 

10 w 11 e 

Greenish, — , for Perjury, 9 m 1 1 e 

Greenwood, — , for Attempted Murder, 7 / 

7 b 
Gregory, Wm., for Embezzlement, 28 ; II 

e— 7 w II d 
Grey, Charles M.,for Railway Offence, 20 m 

11 e 

Robert, tor Thames Conservancy Offence, 

2m 12a 

Griffiths, Clara, for Assault, 13 7 12 a 

Grunmann, Barnard, for Railway Offence, 

ly 12a 

Guniing. Wra.. for Wife Assault, 5 / 11 e 

Guy, Charlotte, for Murder, 12 j 8 a 

Hadkiss, Wm., and another, for Murder, 8 

m\\ d 
Hadpress, Wm., and another, for Murder, 

1 m 11 e 

Halahan, Peter Augustus, for Lodging 

House Act Offence 3 m 1 1 <i 

Hall E. (Charles, for Embezzlement, %f\\d 

Francis, for Begging, 21 m lie 



— Hands, Henry, for Assault, 16 m U /* 

— Harcourt. Francis, for Uttering Depred- 
ated Com, 22 / 1 1 /" • 

— Harding, Wm. Frederick, and others, for 
Adulterated Milk, 8 w 1 1 d—XQ m He 

— Hardy, Edward, for Shooting Himself, 28 
mile 

— Harrison, Henry, for Receiving Stolen 
Goods, 7 / 1 1 r 

Robert Toprell and another, for Forgery, 



15 m 1 1 e— 23 m 1 1 ./— 29 mil e 

Simon Clement, for Arson, 1 m 1 1 e — ^^8 m 



11 rt— 16 m 11 f 

— Hawkins, Mary, for Drunkenness, &c., 16 
m 11/ 

— Hearn, David, for Assault, 19/11 b 

— Henderson, Chas, for Detaining an Album, 
12/11 d 

— 'Hennah, Wm., for Putting a Noxbas Drug 
nlFigs, 12 m lOd 

— Henney, Charles, for having DeadtEbdies 
on his Premises, 8/ 11 e 

— Herbert, Dennis, for Assault, 16 f 1^ 6 

— Herrod, George, for Demanding More than 
his Fare, 24 m 14 6 

— Hickman, Philip, for Attempted Mwrder, 
11 ;6d 

— Hicks, Thos. Edward, for Wif^ Assault, 28 
/He 

— Hill, Samuel for Assault, 12 f\\4' 
Wm., for Sending Bad Meat to Market, 



24 m 14 a 

— Hillyer, Wm., and another, foi^Drupken* 
ness and Assault, 1 / 1 1 a 

— Hilion, lUxYifeT, Iot K>yaA«^ \^ m \\ •% 
H*w*ev, CV»t\^*, ^t^T K*wiw\W^ ,f W * 




■ u . 



BixIgiH, Alb.Tt. f'lr Frnurl, 28 « M /" 

llulfun), Chim. UiT Atleiiiplcd Suicide, i i 

11/ 
Hollnnd Ann, Illlrealinf » Pigeon.21 /'1 1/ 

HuUanilt, Wm.. fur Fraud, 114 hi 14 a— if) 

m \)t 

Uolmei, — , for Railvftf Offence, 2 m 1 1 i 

Philip, for Int-iting ■□ AsbhuIc, 10 .; 1 1 ■• 

W, alia* Summer, for Urunkeiineot tad 

B.-?Rin}[. 2S/1I. 

Uuniaii, CorneliuB. for Burglarv, 9 j 1 1 e 

Hume, for FcmftU! InebrUles, 7 mil d 

aoiKi, AmoB, for Asnult, 12 j 1 1 c 

Hook, Junes, fur SeLlJD^ Diieued Meat, 12 

/Hd 

Horden, Tlio».. for EinbeiiUment. 9) II 4 

Ilniiipberies, Thomas, for Suffering under 

Delusions. 19/11 a 

Humpbreys, Geo., for Fraud, 80 m If 

Uurlu;. James, for lleg^ing, 1 in 1 1 < 

Michael, and ulhera, for Assault and 

Bobbery, tafWa 

Hunt. Arthur, for Fraud, IS r 13 c 

Herbert, for Fraud, 2G w II if— 30 « a ; 

Wm., for Assault, t5j 11 s 

— liunier, Andre' Ititchie, for Fraud, 19 f : 

II a I 
Mary Ann, and anullier, f^r Assault, 7/ j 

Ilulchini;*, Faiher and Two Sona, for 

Murder, 2i i 10 d—'iM} <1 l—hf 7 /' i 

. Myuins, Geo., for SleuUu^. IC/ 12 a— 21 f i 

11 s 

Industrial Schools, Application to Send | 

Four Children, I0.« 11 « 

Iriing, Rebecca, fir Stabbing, 12/11 e 

Ivey, — , fur AtteiDpled Murder of a Game- 
keeper, 5j (* e 

Jackson, James, for Atieinpted Murder, 2 

j^d 

Wm.. snd olheri. for Throwing Stones, 

I3y lie 

Janies. Charle'. for Stealing, T m 11 e 

Jenkenson, — , for Cruelty to a CM, IT w 

11/- 

Jennings. Francis, for Burglary. 2; 11 « 

Fred. Will am fburles, for Stealing, 11 j 

li«-l«>IU 
Jesse, Arllmr 11. William,' for Advice, ! 

II h 

Johnson. Alfred, for Assault, 27/11/ 

Frederick, and others, for Itobbery, 12 / 

11 d 

Wm.. for Burglarj", S6y 1 1 e 

Jolly, All., andolhers, fur Assault, I; 12(1 

Jooes. Charles, fur Libel, 21 m 11 cf 

James, fur Abseuiing Himself from hi* 

Duty, 1 1 ;' il y 
for Cutting and Wounding, 13j II « 

John, for Stealing, ISj 11 t 

Thmua', lor Aiu-mptedMurder, S0ia9e 

for Wi/r Aa-muJi, 7/ ii 

Wm., KO'I anoiber, for Fivking Pockets, 



Polk* (■"•alinueJ,. 

— Jriy, CliaH, Fred., for Wife Astaull, 28 m 1 1 / 
Jull, I harlea Godfrey, for Short Weight, 

24/11* 

Kay. Alex., for Threats. 18/11 » 

Edward, for Hobbory. .11 ii y c 

Kellcher. 1 an., for Kegjleuling to Save a 

Seaman's Life, 22 m 5 ^ 

Kelly. Mariin, for Assault, liljlle 

Kemp, Charles, for Licenses Act Offence, 

3/11 e 
Kerr, W m., (or Conspiring to Fraud, 2 j 

II c 
Kimpton, Clias., for Bankruptcy Act Of- 
fence. BO « 9 /■ 
Kirkman, Arthur, and others, fur Stealing, 

16/I2i 
Kirkpatrick, George, for Embeizlement, 24 

mUf 
Labouring Man, for Railway Offence, T / 

lie 
Lambeih loflrmsry, Inmate of, to Complain 

of the Way She is Treated, In ; 1 1 e 

— Lampert, Wm. Walter, for Kot llaTing bis 
Child Vacciiiak-d. 1{),/ 11 e 

Litniprell, Juhn, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 26/11 e 

Lane. Ed»., for Deaeriion. 2j II / 

Langridge, lUchanl, and others, for Assault, 

23nill r 

— IjtrdniT, John, fur Kmbezzlement, lS/11 

e-2(i/lte— 22/-n / 

1,nsiar.lc, John, lor liobbery, 28 m II e-30 

Juhn, for Violation of Duty, 2S / 

Lawrence, - 



11 ,1 



'. for Misdemeanour, 31 y II ■ 
yUift Jane, for liobbery. IGj 12 c 

for Fraud, ic, SOjIie— 1/ 11 t 

Leary, JeremiHh, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, 28 la 1 1 fr 

Lealham, — , lor ('ursing the Queen Openly 

in Church, Ti«6/ 

- Leeke. Leonard, for Murder. 2S,/ 0/ 
Lee. Thos., for Keeping Open During Pro- 
hibited Hours. 13; lie 

Wm., for Fraud, 2> 11/ 

Leliy, John, for Attempting to Stab his 

Wife, 13/12J 
Leigh. Win. Earle, for Nonpayment of 

I'oor Kates, 2a n lie 
Lendon, Jaujb, for Itailway Offence, 2 n 

12 a 
John, and anollier, fur Wounding, IIj 

- a Letter Carrier, fur Drunkenness, While 
on Duty, 15/ II e 

I.eTy. Solomon, for Fraud, ISj'll/ 

Lewis, Geurgi'. for Stealing. 12 f 11 c 

Wm. D.iYJd, for Stealing, and Sentenced, 

4 > r. « 

Discharged the Grand Jury Having 

Found DO True Bill, 4 j & « 

lillej, Biniii, »3^ xtaftMS, Vn CiT\iA\-j 

10 ft Uota»,fti\\ e „ ,, 



ITi 



W ■ 



Pol 



PALMEK.S 1X1>EX TO ** THE TIMKS " XEWSPArKK. 



[Jan. ! to 



Police (tontivvrJj. 

Liaskey, \\ in., for AssAtilt, 19/116 

Listor, .J<ilin, for Assault. 15 ; 1 1 e 

■•^ I*ockwoo<1, lA-oimrd, for Wifv A^saulc. 5 m 

11 e 
l^rn, Uev. Pclvr Henry l)e, for Advice, 19 

//I 1 1 «/ 
Lovelaiid, Frank, for Manslaughter, 14 /'12 

«— ITi/ 11 ci 
Lowlands and Warren, for Horse Painting, 

9 m 10 d 

Lovrry, Janio.-, for Steiding, 3/11 i?— 13 / 



12 a 



Lunn, Geo., for Assault, 12^ 11 d 
— Joesph, for Stealing. 20 yn 1 1 e 
Luppwest, Geo., for Fraud, 9 « 1 1 r 
Lyons, Margaret, for Stealing, ly 12 6 
Mark, for Keceiving Stolen Property, 20 



mile 

Macarty. Jiimes, for Assault, 9/11 c 

Macarthy, Jeremiah, and another, for As- 
sault, 6/11 € 

Macdonald, Walter, for Shooting his 

Father, 9i 6/ 

Mack, — , for Railway OflPence, 2^ i»» 1 1 c 

Macker, Martin, for Stealing, 6/ 1 1 (^ 

Mahoney, John, for Assault, 28 m 11 y 

^- — Male, Jane, for Attempted Suicide, 15 m 

— — a Man. for Burglary, 2 m 12 or— 8/11 c 

Mankey, Jas., for En.lezzlement, 12 j 11 d 

Marney. Jolin, and n no. her, for Foul Lan- 
guage. G »ii 1 1 e 
Walter, for Aitjmpting to Steal. 27 m 

Md 
Manton, Emily Joyce, for Theft— a False 

Charge, 10> 9/ 
Marks, Charles, for Railway Offence, 20 / 

31 d 
Marney, Geo., and others, for Assault, 9 ; 

11 c 
Marsden, Frank Henry, and others, for 

Indecent Assault and Robbery, 9/11 e 
John, for Sending Bad Meat to Market, 

10 •« 11 c- 
Martin, Geo., for Not Laying Out a Road 

According to Rules, 21 m 11 e 
Thos., and another, for Disorderly Qon- 

duct, 27/11 * 

Mason, Thomas, for Stea ing, 8 ;n 1 1 /' 

Wm., for Cruelty to a Hor<e, 2t> /'U d 

' .Masters, Geo., and another, for Adulteration 

Act Oflfence, 6 ; 1 1 / 
Masterson. Thomas, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, 1 9 m 1 1 e 

M'Connon, Michael, for Murder, 3 / 6/ 

M'Dowall, Wm., and Seven other Sailors, 

for Refusing to go to Sea, 22 ; 9/ 

M'Goveni, Michael, for Assault, 30 m 9 / 

M*Govin, Jane, for Attempted Suicide, 31 

jnd 

M*Intyre, John, and another, for Stelding, 



Police Oohthmed), 

M*Vere and Cn)ft,Two T^ads, for Ar«on. 27 

m 9 / 

Meil</r, T. R., for Railway Offence, 12 j U / 

Melo. Joachim, for Asbault, 2(5 m 1 1 uf 

Menbley, Fretl., for Fraud, 7 wi ' I #i 

Merritt, — , for Assault, 2 m 12 « 

Mersev, li;iilway Company, for Neglect, J 

m 12 a ' 
Meyer, Christiana, for Sanitary Act Of- 
fence, 1 / 12 a 

Militia Barracks. Globe Street, Bethnal 

Green, Sanitary State of, 6/11 /— 14 f\2 a 

Millar, Kate, for Conspiring to Fraud, 31 y 

11 #-21/11 e— 24 rn e 
Milton, Henry Francis, for Damaging :t 

HorseandCab. 6/ 11 f 

Missing Persons, 2) 11 /*— 11 y 1 1 /*— 12^ 1 1 

«/— 13i 11 /■-I5y U /— 16; 11/— 3iy 11 /'— 
I J 11/— 3 w 11 </— 19w lie— 27/« U «— 2?* 
will/ 

Mitchell, Ann, for Begging, 13 w 12 v 

David, for Sleeping in hit Van, 5/11/ 

Harry, for Abuse, 6 m II c 

James, for Assault, 12 m 11 e 

Wm. Augustus, for Non-Payment of 

Sjamen Wages, 9/ 11 c 
Monck, Rev. Francis Ward, for Fraud, 7 /* 

10a— 10/11 e— 12/11« 
Morgan, Robt., and another, to be Sent to 

the Industrial School, l*i j 12 c 
Morris, Eneas, Peter Fox, and others for a 

Savage Assault on other Men. 20/ 10/ 

Jemima, for . ttempted Suicide, 11 y K ♦/ 

Josephine or Mary, for Perjury, 17 ; • / 

Mr. and Mrs., for Cruelty to a Servani 

Girl, 12/11 e— 15y 6/— 22/7 e—2 m 5 e 
Thos., and others, for Stealing, &c., in / 



10 ; 1 1 c 

- M*Kenzie, Dr. for Keeping a Carriage 
Without a Lwame, \2/\\ d 
M'Lead, Chug., for lUiilway OffcncQ, 10 j 



12 6 



Mo^es Julia, for Stealing, 1/12 f* — 2j \\ >' 

Mother to Hccover her Children from ille 

Shakers, 2/ 1 1 d 
on the Teacher of a Board School 111 u si no. 

her Child, 2/11 d 
Mould. Richard, for Shooting with Intenr. 

6/11 e-20/*ll e 

Murphy, Jerenuah, and anotlier, for Assault. 



and Robbery, 27 m l\ d 

I»uisa, for Cruelty to lier Children, .'(> 



Wi 9/ 

— Murray, Edwin, for Conspiring to Fraud. 1 
i 12 a 

Louisa, for Attempted Suicide, 9 ; II /> 



J J c 



\ 



My ford, Geo., for Wife Assault, 21 in 11 d 

Nathan, Henry, for Assault, 28 w 11/ 

Newitt, — , for a Summons agamst Serjeant 

Parry for Defamation of Character, &c., 17 m 

13 < ' 

— NichoUs, Alfred, for Drunkenness and As- 
sault, 7 m 1 1 e 

Nicholson, Francis, for Assault, 16^ 12 '* 

Nixon, Geo., for Libel, 16/11 t 

North, Amelia, for Wilful Murder, 2 w 12 

a— 9 ml\t 
Norton, Frederick, for Fraud, 27/5 r 

'KuiMXlfH^, \^ j W « 

0\We, OeoT^, loi \>«»wvSsw%, % m \\ » - 



Mtr. 31, IS77.] PA.LMEi:*s ini>kx to ** iiit timks " NiiwsrAi'EK. 



Fol 



Polica (Von/iftii«(/). 

O'Neal, Alice, for Drunkenness, 12 /"U e 

Ord, Thos., for Wife Assault, 27 wll d— 

30jn9e 
• Order to Remove a ChiW SuffL-ring with 

Small i'ox, » ;» 1 1 c 
Osborne. George, for liruitkennesi and 

Assault, 20 m 1 1 / 
Owen, Ca.lK-nsjc Juik*, for Drunkenness^ 

10; 11 c 

I'aiu, I>.. i> r Kaihray Offence, IG m 11/ 

ru.r^ t:. Tinifr., for A^8auU, \0j 11 d 



Police foitfinfted). 

— Riches, John, and others, for Conspirmg to 

Fraud, 10/11 b-\^j 12 6 
Ridge, James, anj others, for Fraud, 20 / 

1 1 d^ 1 5 wi 11 c 
Riley, John, and another, for Refusing to 

Take a Fare, f> ;/< 11 d 

Wm., for Cutting and Wounding, 13 m 



12 c 



Till Mil A. iiciiry, for Retaining Goods Left 

in hifi C'«b. 10 / 11 « 
Partridge, Ann, foB Stealing from her 

OHUghter, 22 m 1 1 c- 2'J m 1 i / 
• — John, and another, for Assault, 27 m 1 1 d 



Roberts, Enoch, for Assnidt, 24 / 11 e 
— Robins, Alice, for Negk-ciin}; her Children. 
1 1 ; 1 1 

Robinson, Charles, for Railway Offence, 20 



— Taitinson and Ihree other", for Attempted 
Murder. 2/^6 

Paul, Wm., and at nihcr, for Adultcratin^j: 



Milk. 14/12^2 
— Payne, Joseph, for Drunkcuness and As- 
sault, 12 m 11 d 

l*eacock, Ridtard, and o hers, for Railway 



Offence. 7/11 d 
Pearce, llenrv, and otherit, for Attempted 

Hurglary. 16/12 /* 

1 hos., for Stealing, 13; 11 r 

I*e«irks, — , for AdiUieration Act Offence, 

lil26 

Pearson, Jas., for Furious Driving, 11/11/ 

Penterbutter, Jacob, for Burglary, 31; Us 

Pether, Miss, Subscriptions for, 2 /* II e 

Phillips, Daniel, for Adulters tio:i, 10/ 11 /* 

Janies, for Fraud, 15 / 11 </ 

- — Pindor, Wm., for Stealing. 2 w \2 b 

Piliendrigh, Sarah, for Stealing. C / 11/ 

a Pohceman, for Neglecting his Duty, 7 m 

11 e 

PoUicotv Thos.. for Robbing a G.i.J. 20 /.>/ 

—^■^ Pooley. John, for Drunkenness and Reckless 

Driving, 6/11 d 
Postmaster-General, for Refusing to Pay 

Poor liates. 14 m 11 d 

Potta, l*atrick, for Cutting and Wounding, 



/• 1 1 « 
Marv, for Attempted Murder, 9 m 11./' 

— Roche.* Philip La, for Kot Supporting his 
Grandchddren, 16 ? 12 c 

— Rogers, James, and another, for Loiterin«r, 
28/11 fl 

— lJ()«si. Jn«fp!i. for Nuisance, 27 / 1 1 « 

— l.'othwcil, Janies, and another, f/)r Assault, 
0/11 e 

— Ruvpees, Hubert, 'or Fraud. 16 tn 11 /' 

— Sabin. Fre<\ for Unhiwful J:)elention, 0/ 1 1 
6—13.7 11./*— 16/ 12 c 

— Sadler, Joseph, and othtTs, for Stealing. :* 
tit W e 

— Saint. Jane, for Stealing. 27 mile/ 

— Salthouse, Ww.. for Adulteration, 27 m » i d 

— Samon, J^^^is, for Infectious Disease Ol- 
fence, 3 m 1 1 d 

Samuel, Edw.qrd John, for Assault. 8 '•• 1 1 7 



Savill.— ,f(>r Sanitary Act Offence, 14/ n i 

Sawick. John, for Stealing. 30 in /' 

Schneider, Joh:i, and another, for Stealing. 

\ f'M e 

Schfiol Board Summonses, 3/ 11 c — 7/ : . 



13; 11 e 
I'owill, Jane, tor Murder, 26 / A e 

Price, I'hdip. for Drunkenness, &c., 12/ 1 1 c 

Priest, Waller, for Selling Bad Mciit, 22 /* 

11 r 

IVyam, Dennis, and another, for Stc:d!ng. 

26/ U e 
, Ragan« Mary Ann, for Cutting and Wound- 

ing« 5 m {{ d 
ICamsdeii, Charlotte, and others, for Stealing, 

:4 w 11 «— 16 m 11/— 17»i 13/— 20 m 11 e— 

21 m lla 
Raymer, Fred., for Assault, 23 si 1 1 / 

Read, John, for Refusing a Fare, 12 m II s 

Reckmann, Louis, for Robbery, 14 m 1 1 « 

Hcerjiits Sweanng in of. 5/ 1 1 ./*— 2(» / 1 1/ 

Reed, Wm., and another, for Stealing a 



</— / 1 1 /--6 m W e 

I?^ci>tt, Henry Janu.'*. for Fraud, 30 tn Uj 

Wm., for I.otr inu, 2S m 1 1 «j 

for Assault. 5 m 1 1 </ 

Seamen of the Stmnhon/, for Refusing to ^ > 

to Sea, 7./ 11./— 27/ .'• e 

Sexton, Mary Ann, for Assault, .5 >n 1 ! .{ 

SiM-mour. Daniel. forO struction. Hi / 12 .-. 

Sh'tjilunn. .Mrs . ^iibsc ij t u!.s ft)r. I'.J / M ' 

—27/1 I / — 1 4 w I I / 
Shaw. John, for Sol Supporiiiig hi>* >f v - 

ther, 19m n ff 

and Lockwoiwl, for Murderous Asssaul:. 



i 



Ix>af,.15m 11 / 
- — — Reynolds, feidwin James, for Embezzlement, 

SO J 6 d 
' Hicbjuidt, Geo. sad James, (or Murder, 25 



23 m 5 f 

Shea, Daniel, for Assault. 13 m 12 c 

Denny, for Assault, 1./ 1 1 « 

Shean, Janif^, tdi»s Tucker, for Assatil:, 

27/ U e 

Shelly, Chas., and others, for Burglar v, t • 

11 / 

Sherman. Kdward. for Fraud. 10 /« 1 1 «» 

»Mi(.ut, Thomas, for Kefu^sin;; to Work, i.' 

Simmons Richard, for .\-ssuult. 15/ 11 a 

Wm. Thos.. f<»r L'.. lawful Possession, f^ 



r/ 1 1 d 

— SimpsoTX. He\My,U)T K^vav\v.\va xh \\ «. 

— Sims. U\c\vatA. \v>t Xs'mvvsXx.'IV «x\\ «• 

raonaes agaVaaV, lut Via\iOL, *i\ i 'VV d _ 



roi 



ik 



»» 



rALMKRS INDKX TO " TIIB TIMKSJ NKWSrArKR. 



[Jan. I to 



PcJico (eontufjedj. 

Conviction Qnnihcd. 30/12 a— 9y 11 e 

" ' * John, for AssHuIt, 28 »i 11 /* 

Smart, John, for Breach of Contract, l./*ll « 

Smith, Charles, for Detaining a Deposit, 1/ 

11 e 
Edward, for Cattle Plague Act Offence, 

24/11 c 

Fred., for Cruelty to Animals, 6 m U d 

Geo., for Assault. \l fll d 

Henry, for Stealing, 24/11 d 

Miss., for F'actory Act Offence, 1/12 6 

Thos.. fi»r lU'fusin^ to Work, 10 wi 11 « 

Thos. Abraham, for Adulteration Act 

Oflfenco. 18/ 11 « 

Wm., for Stealing, 5 /" 11 / 

for Violent Assault, \2 fU e 



11 



II 



Snowball, Uichard, for Stealing. 12/11 d 

Solita, L., for Sanitary Act Offence, bl / 

d 

Sonic^rshall. James, for Murder, 21 m 6 h 

Sousen, Francis, for Assault, 9/11 c — \2j 

d 

— Spooner, Elizabeth, for Loiical Board Act 
Oflfence, 1 M 1 1 ./' 

— Stagij,' James, for Fraud, 13 / lie 

— Stankewdf, ( has., for Burglary, 1 / V2n 

— Staples, Joseph, for Criminal Assault, 14wi 
11 e— 21 m 11 r/— 28 w !l e 

— Staplcv. .John, lui Sfe.;linp '» m 11 </ 

— Sienniug, lienry, for AiisauU, i i ^ 1 1 (/— 18 

jll e 

Stevens. James Walter, fi.r Forget y, J 'J m 



>!/ 



John, for Assault. \4 f \2 a 



— I'teward, Henry, for Stealing. G /« 1 1 c 

— Stewart, Wm.. for Assault, 12/11 d 

— Stimpson, Chas.. for Indecent Assault, I) j 
11 r 

— Stott, Robert, for Assault, 2 / 11 e 

— Stunt, Wm., and others, for Violent Assault, 



2/11 f/— 10/11 e— 12 /ll e 

— Sturt, Wm., and others, for Manslaughter, 
r./ll « 

— Sullivan. Jeremiah, for Assault, 12 / 11 ^/ 
John, for Stabbing, 2/11 / 

Tairick, for Asi^aulr. 10/11 c 

Wm., for Railway OffcMice, 12 m 11 / 



Summers, John, for Assault, 12 m 11 « 

— — Summons for Assault. 28 /wile 

• against a Cabman, 7/11 c— 2 m 12 a 

■ against a Tenant, 21 m 1 1 c 
against Workmen, for Leaving their Em- 
ploy, 9/11 11/ 

for Not giving due Notice to Registrar 



I 



of a Joint Stock Company. 23 m 11 / 

Swann and Meritt, for Arson. 6 //i 11/ 

Sydney, Hugh, for Railway Offence, 14 m 

11 /■ 
— Tavener. Joseph, for Assault, 22 m W c 

Tuvlor. Wm.. for Murder, 1 "» / W e. 

--— Tebb. Wm., for Not having his Child Vac- 
cii a ed. 8 / 1 1 <? 

. Teiry. Thomas Brandon, and another, for 

/''/•///y^ /oy J/ d—22/H e 
-^ Thotlen, Jane, for Hignmy^ 2j 11 e 
- fhrnimt. Wm,. fnr A'^^nnlt, 27 /* M r 



Police {routinued), 

'Jliompson, — , for Smoke Nuisance, 1 / 11 « 

Francis, for Stealing, \ f\\ d 

Henrietta, for Fraud, 28 /* 11 « 

Thortiton. Ruth, for Stealing, 27 m It tf 

Tindal, Samuel, and others, for Rioting. 6 

/ll t 
Tipple, Geo., for Drunkenness — Suicide, 5 

mWd 
Toogood. Wm., for Assault and Attempting 

to Rob, 14 fna 
- — Traics, Frederick, for Stealing. 16 / 12 h— 

23/ I re 

Tramcar Overcrowding, 28 /" 1 1 « 

Tickets, Refusal to Shew, 5/11 <— 10 m 



1 1 /— 13 m 12 c— 23 m 1 1 /— 20 mile 
Treadaway, Fred,, for Murder. 1 j 12 o— 

j\\ 6—16/ 12 a— 20 /'6/" 

Trevelie. Victor, for Fraud, 19 /* 11 6 

Try, Edward, for Robbery. 3./" 11 t 

Tnnn, Joseph, for Stealing, 13 w 12 c 

Turner, Emily, and others, for Assault, 1 

y 12 6 
Mary Anne, for Annoyance, 28/11 rf— 

1 m\\ d 

Two Gern?an Sailors, for Assault, 19 /5 e 

rw_\ man, Lewis, for Attempting to Poison, 



26/11 t 

— Tyrell, Wm., for Drunkenness, 22/ 1 1 t 
I'bs.uil, Iknry, .aid :i not her, for Stealing, 



n;; 12 c 

l.'.'ill. — . fo»- Fraud, Application about, 97 

11 // 

Vng^ Charles, for Concealing a Murderer 

Ik ) li /— 3U ; •;/--5/9 / 
Vaile Augustc, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 16//i 11 /' 

Vandyke, Thomas, for Robbery, 27/ 11 e 

Vincent, Abraham, for Embezzlement, 18 



j\\ d 



John, for Selling Bad Food, 17 m 13/ 



— Volunteer, for Non-Payment of Fees, 1 /' 1 1 
</- 3/11/- 

\V alke'r, Fred., for Fraud, 19 / 1 1 o— 23/ 



11 e 

Henry, for Poisoning Horses, 6 ;n 8 </ 

John*R., for Murder, 2/11 rf— 16/ 12 a 

—9 /Mile 

— Wall, Geo., for Railway Offence, 26 m 1 1 if 

Wallace, Capt. Robt., for Threats, 23 »i 11/ 

Geo., for Assault, 10 j 11 c 

Walter, John Morritt, for Stealing, 19 m 11 </ 

Oulram, for Threatening Language, 29 

m 11/ 
\N alters. Wm., for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market, 28/11 d' 
Waring,' John, aUas Williams, for Fraud, 

7 J 11 r_13/12a-21 ni e 
Warr. G. B., for Adulterati(.n Act 0£fence, 

10/ n f 

Warren, Jas., for Neglecting his Children, 

19/// II e 

Warrington, Ada, for Drunkenness, 1 / 1 1 « 

Washington, (ieo., for Wounding, 13 w 12 

c— 20 m 1 1 f 



^ r 



4l[i*r., 31, 1877.] r:\i.MKi!'s iM>rx to " tiik timks " XK\v:«r,\rKi:. 



Ire 



Police (co/i/i«tf«cZ). 

Watts, Chas.. for Printing and Publishing 

an Indecent Uouk. 10> 1 1 //— 13 ; 1 1 e 
Welch, John, for Drunkenness, &c., 14 w 

11 6 

Wells, Chas., for Embezzlement, 9 m II e 

Welsh, John, for Vaj^rancy, 10 j 11 c 

Wenigo, Mordau, for Attempted Murder, 



10 i 9/ 

— Wharton, C. H., for Kobberj, Sj5/ 

— White, Henry, for Drunkenness, 27/11 « 

— W^ilkinson, Wm., for Drunkenness, 12 i II e 

— Williiiins, Henry, alias Croft, for Assault, 
7 m\l d 

for Wilful Oamaj^e. 10 w 11 r 

and others fur Burjjlary, 21 m 11 </ 

James, for Begging. I J e — H ;' 10 r 

for Not Supporting his Children, IS j 



11 r 



John, for Stealing, 1 mil d 
Walter, for Itobbery, 6 w 1 1 c— 22 m\i b 

— Wilniot, Wni., for Burglary, 14 w 11/ 

— WiUmore« Charlotte Silvester, for Wound- 
ing, Hill/ 

— Wilson, Geo., for Assault, 3/11/ 

Wm., fur l^arks' Begulation Act OflFence, 

3 M 1 1 (/ 

for Violent Assault. 28/ 1 1 < 



._ Wiltshire, Edward, for Robbery, 27 >« 1 1 -f 
— — John, for A sennit. S m \\ d 

Windsor, Wni., for Assault and Attempted 



Robbery. 6/11 c 

W^itherington, Lawrence, for Assault, 6 j 



11 € 



Withers, Thos.. for Threats, &c., «y 11/ 
Wolff, Jos., for Pretending to Cure Corns, 



6jSe 

— a Woman, for Advice, 16 ; 12 c 

Application for Assistance, 14 m 1 1 / 



— Wood, John, and Daniel Holt, for Stealing, 
24/11 <f 

Thomas, for Railway Offence, 10 /" 1 1 < 



Working Man, for Advice about Small Pox 

and the School Board, 10 /* 11 e 

Wriyhr. Alfred, for Awault, 13/ 12 a 

Edw., for A^s lult, MJWt 

ThoniHS, for Keeping an Unlicensed Lodg- 
ing House, 19/11 6 

a..d Oldham, for Murder. 20 / 11 d 

Wynese, Andrew, for Maaslaughtcr, 1 »i 1 1 



<— 8 w 11 c— low ll/*— 22 w 11 d 
— Yates, John, for Assault, lo^' 11 e 
— Young, Mary Ann, for Cuttipg and Wound- 



ing, 14 m 11 « 

Woman, for Attempted Suicide, 27/ 1 1 e 

for Drunkenness. 26 w 1 1 c/ 



and Finnegan. for Murder, 6 ; 7/ 



Police, Grand Ball to the City of London Police, 

ays./— 4j 10 d 
—— Orphanage, Donation of the Goldsmith's 

Company to, 7 / 7 c 

and Prisoners. 31 /w 5 /* 

Political AsKimilation. .'* / 10 /* 

Education of ilic lV-i>i»le, Loi'ture by Mr. 

Solly on. 29 w 12 a 
Poole, :fir Ivor Guest's Donstion for the Poor 

Fi'ihornian of. ](i m U) f 



Poor Law Conference jit Birmingham, 23 / 12 u 

Kate Keiurns. Arnunl Report, 3 ; 12 6 

Pope*s Episcopal Jubilee, itt Italy, /\)//< 
Poppy ill the l^aurium Mines. 24 j. II / 
Population, Registrar-Generars Estimates of, IG 

; 10 rf 
Porpoises in the Thames, 12 wi 10/ 
Port of Londvn, Monthly Meeting, \2 fl h 

Philip and Colonial Gold Mining Company, 

23 )1 d 
Portraits of the Ministry, 23 w 5 c 
Portsmouth Working Men's Conservative Asso- 
ciation, Mr. Low: her at, 2 m \o h 

Liberal Assoc*iation, Annual Dinner, d w 8 & 

POETUOAL:- 

Bill of Iiidc»mnity Pas-cd. 12/5 e 

Burmese Embassy at, 31 j h d 

the C'abinet Resign, 6 m 5 /' 

Diplomatic News, 19 m 6 a 

Grant for the Paris Exhibition, 13 m 5 « 

I Miscellaneous News, 4/6 d— 29 ; 5 «— 7 / 

1 5<!— 12 /"Se— 237 5 c 

New Ministry, 6 m 5/— 7 w 6 d 

Opening of the Cortes, Speech of the King, 

9yi0r— 27;6c/ 

- and the Slave Trade. 17/5 c— 19/5/ 
Portuguese Colonizition, 6/7 6 

Embiissy, 12 w 8 6 

Positive Government Security Life Assurance 

Company, 24 ; 7 « 
Possible Invasions of England, stt Collinbon 
Post Office and the American Mail, \ fl h 

Delay in Delivering Indian Letters, 2 fi e 

International Robberies, 2/7/ 

Late Delivery of the Morning Letters, 1 J 

12 « 

and Local Rates, 30 wi 4 b 

Old Letters Allowed to Pas^ by Book Post, 

23/9/ 
Money Order and Savings Bank Offices, 2i 

Postal Anomalies, 19/9 /*— 20./ 5/— 24/4 d 

Arrangements for Good Friday, 28 wi 7y 

an Assistant Secretary for Telegraph Busi- 
ness Appointed, b ml f 

Notice, IG / 10 «— 6 / 12 h—\\\ f 10 r/— 20 

/6e- 27 m 12 6 

Telegrams. \%jKh 

Union, Application for Admissions, 13/5 

«-22/'5<2 

Congress, Meeting,, 2 m 5 d 

Countries Associated in. \6j 5 d 

Postmen, Sunday Rest for, 22 y' 5 / 
Potatoe Beetle, Colorado, 2 ; 5 c— 14 m 11 a 
Potter (Geo.) on the French and English Cotton 

Manufacturers, 17 m 12 / 
Powell (T. W.) on the Erie Bonds. 10/7 b 

on the Stock Exchange Scandal, 31 ; 7 a 

Powers of " Canvassing Boards " in America, 

2jSa 
7*ower«conrt (T/ord) Recovery of, 22/9/ 
I'ruciicul Subiititute for Drunkenness, Ajlb 
Pracruc— TTerr Ra ak Arrested,, 18 j i «. 
P rvachoT* lv>t '\o-\\\viXiv>N« , \v^ Jf *i 3 — '^"^ 5 "^ ^•"T. 

»a \1 d— ^\ m ^ .f ^^ ox ,^ ^ c 

^ _ _ for CooA YtV\^v . ^.91 m \^ '-^^ ^^ '^J^ 



Pre 



It 



r.VMlKK.S I.N1>KX Tt) '' TIIK TiMKS XKNVSrAl'KU. 



[Jail. 1 tj 



Preachers for llic Month, 1 w 8 c — 30 m 7/ 
Precedence, Grant of Order of , 7 m 8 r 
Precious MetaU. Statistics of the Produce of, in 

America, 24 i 7 a 
Predecessors in Misfortune — 1763 and 1877, Oj 

Preparations for War by Russia and Turkey, ID 

Preservation of Iron, 6 m 4 tl 

Preserved Meat. Import Returns. 2 ; \)e — 25 i 4 / 

F&£SS PBOSEGUTIONS : — 

Aventr fie la Haute Iaone„ for Libel, ofb d 

Cape. Argus J for Libel, "JC* m G c 

the Cupttai, United States Paper, for Libel, 

21 f n c 

Gazzatta d*Jtulw, for Defamation, 27i 5 c 

Glasgow News, for Libel, 27/6 d 

Gijod Templars* Watchwordy toT Libel, 5 j 



1 



11 c 



of Genoa, 19/11 a 

t/ie Za/te S/. C/rm\ In/ 10c 



Hastings Observer, for Libel. 1 m 12 h 

AJanrhester Courier, for Libel. 3 /"lO d 

the Nineteenth Century, to Suppress, 23 / 

11 M 

Portsmouth Times, for Libel. 20 / lUf 

Reynold's Newspaper, for Libel 2/10/ 

Preston New ConservatiTij Club, Lauug the 
Corner Stone of, %j IC d 

Price's Patent Candle Company, 27 / 10 /— 19 
m 7 /— 23 m 6 c— 24 m 13 b 

Price (Hilton) Notes on the Early Goldsmiths 
of London, l^flf 

(H. R.) on Parliament and the Stock Ex- 
change, 23 m 6 a — 2.) m 7 a 

(Roger) on the lioule for Wheeled Vehicles 

to Urgogo, 28/11 /* 

Prince of Walas's Indian Hunting Trophies, 6/ 
4« 

Prince (C. L.) on the Floods, 17y 10 d 

Printers* Art Union Association, Sixth Annual 
Drawing, 11) m 0/ 

Prisons Bill, 6 m 8 n— 10 m 9/ 

Note on, 21 fh f 

Labour — Deputation of the Bradford Brush- 
makers' Society to Government against Teach- 
ing it, 31 / 11/ 

Pritchard (C. A.') on Sugar Convention with 
France, 29 m 7 a 

PRIVY COUNCIL: — 

Annas war iiy Setupaty v. Collector of Ma- 
dura, 13y 10 d 

Burra Lall Opendronath Sahudeo v. Court 

of Wards, &c., 12 w 1 1 «— 15 m 10 c— 16 m in 
r— 17 m 13 a 

Deomoorut Kunwar and another v. R<ish- 

beharee Lall and others, 13 / 10 (f 

Direct United States Cable v. Anglo- 
American Telegraph Company, 20^' 10 « — 22 
;10/-15/10c 

English, Scottish and Australian Bank v. 

Patwaire and another, 12 / 10 a 

— ^ Hardeo Bux v. Jawahir Singh, 10 m 10 e 

Keats and Clark's Patent, 18 j 11 a 

Klein wort, Cohen & Co. v. Cussa Marittima 



Privy Council (continued^, 

Ridsdale v. Clifton and others, 24 / 10 e— 2.'> 

/ 10 c— 26 ) 10 «— 27> lOtt— 29 i' 10 e— 30^ 10 
</~3l .7 lOt/— 1 no</— 2/lOd 
Royal Mail Steam Packet Company r. Bra- 
ham. 10/10/ 

Smith's Patent, Prolongation, 17/11 a 

Valoo Chetty t-. Soor>'ah Chetty, 19/10 a 

Vasudev Sadashir Modak v. Collector of 

Ratnaziri, 3 »/< 11a 

Woolley and others v. Attorney- General of 



— -- I'rem NaraJn Singh gr.d otheni r. P;irnsr7im 
>'/r//r// /tnd nthnr^. y// /// lo e 



Victoria. 7/ 10 c 
Probates, Return of, during 1876, 8 m 8 a 
Proctor (John) on the Argentine Confederation, 

21/126 

(R. A.; Meteors, Comets and Stars, 11/5/ 

on the Planet Mars and the Sun, 21 im 1 1 ^ 

on Strange Sea Monsters, 16^' 10 6 

Profession of Peace and Quietness, 13 /'4 a 
Prophesying after the Event, 2 m 5 « 
Protestant of the Old School— Mr. Bell of Live- 

sey, 13/10 6 
Provident Life OfBce, Report, 6/7 d 
Clerks' Mutual Life Assurance Association, 

22/7 rf 
Provisions, State of Trade in, 2/7 6—6/ 7 c— 9 
/ 7 rf— 13 j 6 rf— 16 / 7 c-20 / 7 /— 23 ; 7 rf— 

27/ 7 e— 30 / 7 i/— 3 /7 e-6 /7 «— 13 /lO d 

— 17 f n d—20 f e d—2i r 10 e- 27/'10/— 3 

m 10 /•- 6 m 10 </— 10 m 7 /*— 13 m 1 1 rf— 17 m 

8 6—20 m 10 6—24 w 13 c— 27 m 10 c— 30 m 

hd 
Prussia, see Germany 
Pseudo-Philanthropist at the Police Court, 27 / 

he 
Public Income and Expenditure, 3/ 7 < -17 / 7 

f-24/7rf— 31; 7 c— 7 / 7 c-14/10 c— 21 

/ 12 r -28 f 10 c— 7 m 10 6—14 m 10 c— 21 w 

6 6—28 m 10 c 

House Statistics, 26 / 10 c 

Records Distinction Committee, 28 f 6 f 

School Prefects— the Master's Justification. 

5/6/ 
— Supply Association, 6/ 7 rf 
Worship Regulation Act, Bp. of Lincoln's 

Letter to Canon Hale on, 13/ 8 a 
Notes about. 37'6/— 3/ 10 a 



Pulbrook {A,) on the National Art Society, 10 /* 
7 6 

Punrhf Cuttings from, on Herr Joachim's De- 
gree, 21 m 10 6 

Lenten Penances, 22 / 5/ 

New Form of Cattle Plague— American 

Beef. 7 fd r 

Theory and Practice, 1/5/ 

Pure Air, Lecture on, by Dr. Corfield, 12/12 a 

Pusey (Kev. Dr.) Letter to the English (jhurch 
Union, 1«» / 8 « 

Q. 
Quack Doctors, Proceedings against, in Bir- 

niin<>ham, 1 / 6 ^ 
Quatering the Royal Arms, 19 w 6/ 
Quebec Instituti*, Dean Stanley Distributes the 

Prizes at, 1 m 4/ 
Queen Anne's Bounty, Distribution of the 

Yearly Ba\a\>c<^, 'i*i >u v> ♦* 
Q^iorn'«i CoWo^o. V\u\\\Ry . *!*> ^i> ^> \ 



QuL-i-ii's College, I'arllainentB. 7/11* 

Taiei. Nuteaoiiihe Colitclion of, 16 j 7 / 

-18 ; 10 «— 19 } S 6—20 w a /■ 
Queeniiitnd. New Governor ArrlTe* in" 30 « a i/ ■ 
(JuuCuiIodiet, t>/'12 6 ', 

E. 
ICftilvij' Amalgamation, S/Z t 

A«»ociatuin and Railway Oriihan Fund, 23 

J6/-i ■« Vic 
Attempt to Upaet ■ Train nt FlftxtOD, 7 m 



- Bnikei, I 
-28 > 6 



-3j7e—l2i. 



-15; »t 



- I!r;izl;»i 



-■27 m llJt 



- Bills for Next Setiiona. M )7 d 

Carriage Lighting, 24 i6./" 

Com mission. Saw Member, 7 / 7 f 

Debenture Truat Companj, 24j 7 t— 30j 7 

f-7/7 d 

Fare*, Zj 7 rf— 4 j 10 c 

Leap of a PrlBoner from a Train i 

Pundtfe, 10 n 6 e 

NoSandayTraina Allowed in Canada,9 

-Paaaengera' Aianrance Company, 9 »i G 

Dti'J. Deputation to Aboliah on Cheap 

Fares. 12y ti c-30 in 6 6 
Deputation to Goremiuent about, 23/ 

6a 

and Goodi TrafBc, 27 j 4/-6 ft f 

and Guard Com oiunica lion, an Accident 

Averted by, 14 /"10c 

Fliitform ThieTcs, 19> 7 b 

Racing on, 20/'IOft— 13in 11 e 

Robberie", 4j II J— 8 ; 6 (—20 ; 7 6-19 f 

if 

Rolling Stock Company, I f 7 e 

Sdziireof the Lines on the Biahop'a HaRtle 

Bail in Kzecutiun and Stoppage o/ TrnlBc, 2 

■I 10 e 
Sentence on a DeFauIting Pointsman, 10 / 

9/- 

Share Trust Company, 30 j 7 c— 7 f7t 

Suburban Farea. Kite in, 24 j 7 c— 26 ( 6 h 

Sjsteiu of Gangway Throujtli Carriages 

Projioaed to Prerent Murder and Bobbery, 1 



— Itritiih and S<Miili WuL-s. 13/" 10 c 

Fort and CliniiiiLl Uotlt. 20 fH c 

Buffalo and Lake Huron, I flc 

I'aledoiiinn, 12 m 7 Ji-21 m 6 < 

Caiiibriiin, 27/10 /■ 

Cuntral ArEentino, 20 / 7 6—1 /' 7 c 

Lane Knilway, 8 ' U' /■ 

of New Jersey, 28 f 10 n- 1 ri 10 ,,—2 « 

Bn- 10»i lOa— I5ui 6 i— lt> « 6 b^i; i.i H u 
• - Ctiii-niM and Alton. 17 in 8 c 

to Si-» Vork, kc. 30} 7 b 

Cot-kerraoulh, Keswick aixl Penrith, 19/7 

c— 28 / !0 rf 

ColchfMfr and Slour Valley, 29; 7 d 

Colne Valley, 22 f7d 

Cornwall, 15 /■7i/ 

Corris, 22niG« 

<"^wea and Newport. 2 m fi c 

Danube and Black Sea, 23/ 10 / 

Denbigh, liuthin and Corwen, 28/10 d 

Devon and Somerset, 20/ C r 

Dublin, Wiikiow and Wexford. 12 fib 

Dnoifemiline and Queensferry, 19/7c 

Dutch, 20) 6 c 

In.liiin. 9 J 7 6 

KaeC Argentine, oj 7 * 

Indian. 6 ) 7 d 

Limdon, 6/7 <— 15 fl c 

Norfolk, 28/lOe— 26/'7 e— 26m r<— 

27nlO^ 

Fdinbunth and Balhtcate, 12 J 7 & 

Ely, Haddenbaoi and Sulton, 23 m G < 

Erie.3>7<f— 4j 7c-ly 7e— 8/ll(/-19 



- Reconstruction, 24/10 o- 



n 10 & 



n 10 a— 10 



Hl5( 

Traffic and Dividend Roltlma, 5 m 

Train Manauvring from the Ftooda and 

High Tide. 1/9/ 

Vacuum Brakes, IB ; ■ 

Wheel* of Paper made in Sheffield, 3/ 7 / 

Yield of Leading Slocka, 6 n 10 a 

BAILWATa:- 

Arbroath and Montrme, 12j 7 b 

— ' — and Forfar, 20 n 10 « 

Atlantic and Great Weatem, 4 ;' T d—B j 7 

a— I8.J 7 c— 14/10 rf 

Mississippi and Ohio, 18j 7 c 

Bahia and San Francisco, 30 n 6 * 

Banbury and Cheltenham, 32 / 7 c 

Bedford and Northampton, 26 nt 7 c 

10 tf 

Bergitegemu, 14 m 10 b—lS m 6a 

^^ Berka and Hant>. SO mSe 

Berne Lucerne, Sale of, to Berne, 1 

Birmingbum tnd LicIiBeld Junction 



- Felixstowe. 9 m 6 e 

Festiniog, 1 5 / 7 c 

Furness, 19 f7 r— 23/ 10 e— 26/7 b 

Galveston, Harrisbui^ and San Antanio, 

23 ; 7 i 
Glasgow and Suulh Western, 7 m 10 e— 14 

m 10 c— 2^ in 6* 

Grand Trunk, 13j6 6 

of Canada, 10 j 6 if— 12 j 7 e— 13/10 a 

— 8 m 6 /-U H 6 c 
— Great Eailem, 18 /' 7 c— 19 i 7 b—20j 7 a 



nlOe 
of Canada, 27 j T « 

GTttOTn\c\v, \Q i 6 il 



Bai 



PAl.MKtl S INI>KX 



TIIK TIMK» NKWSl'Arill. 



Bailwa/8 {ctiii'inw./ k 

liiyi.-ikc Jin 1 lii ke Tui I. 1«» / 7 «/ 

la.iaH:)t )ii :i i.i vV'jjii Njr.olk, 17 J II t — 

IJ f'l i- 
Illinois Cfiural. Aj 7 J -11 j 7 b—*2'Jj 7 d 

— \ / 7 />— la n d 

Ipswich and Folixstowe, 1/7 c — 17 in 8 c 

Isle of Man, 6 w 7 e 

of VVi^it, 22/7c/— 2w6f 



Keiterin/. Thrapstuue and Huntingdon. 10 

fl e—iA in «> e 
Lake Shjre and Michigan Southern, 22 / 

76 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, 8 /*7 « — 21 /' 12 

rf-23 f'Uie 

Lehigh ValK% 12 i 7 6-9 /*! I U-2G f7 c 

lAK>minster and Kington, 2 /« 6 c —5 w 7 e 

Llynvi and Ogmore, 20/7 c 

London sind niackwall, tS/7 c— 7 /7 d 

and Urighton, (5 in 10 a 

Brighton and South Coast, 17 j 7 </— 18 



>7r— 25i«rf— 13 /'lOo 

Special Tnin to Enable the President 



of the Board of Trade to Test the Signalling 
and TelcgrHphing during the Journey to and 
fro. 2 Iff 6 c/ 

and Chatham, 2 / 7 « 

Chatham and Dover, 25 / 6 t/— 1 y 7 6— 



5f7h^9fli </— 16/10 « 

and Dover and South Westem, Pro- 



posed Amalgamation of, 2/7 c — 6/ 7 /— 7 J 
7</_12 /•7 6-~l9 w 7 a 

and Greenwich. «<?« Grebswich 

and iNorth Western. 8 / 7 «-16/7 e— 23 



flOd 

and South Western, 2 f 7 «— 7 / 7 c/— 13 



/10 c 



Tilbury and Southend, 7 /* 7 d—lO /7 c 

— 16/7C 
Londonderry and Enniskillen, 19 i 6 (/— 19 

77 e 

Madras, 8 / 7/— 28 / 5/ 

Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, IG 

j 7 <f— 18 ; 7 c— 25 ; 6 « 
Maryport and Carlisle, 2/7 «— 9 / U d-- 

19/7 c 
•— Melbourne and Hobson's Bay, 14 m 10 c 
— Mellis and Eye, 5 m 7 e 
Metropolitan, )2 J 7 6--1C / 7 d— 20 / 7 c— 

1/76 

District, 277 7 c— 2 /•7 « 

and St. John's Wood, 16 m 6 e— 27 m 10 c 

Mid-Hants, 2S flO d 

Midland. 7 /•7 rf— 14/10 d— 22/7 c 

— and its Pr^*ference Shares. t3 m 11 « 

and Eastern, 10 f 7 r/— 23 wi 6 e 

Great Western of Ireland, 23/ 10 e 






— Norfolk Central, 18 ; 7 </ 

— North British, 12 j 7 '—2 w 6 c— 8 m 6/— 
16 /« 5 e — 17 m 8 c — 30 m 5 e 

Eastern, 3 ; 7 c— 10 A7 r— 19/7 b 

London. 1 7 /" M «— 23/ 10 e 

Metropolitan High Level, 2S j 7 d 

jijid Soaih West Junction, 12; 7 6 

Staffordahire, 3/7 <r— 75 flc 

Western, lieductjon of traffic Rateii, l^ 



Railways (rottttnaed), 

Northern of Spain. 2 / 7 d 

^ Norwicli anil Spalding, 23 in 6 a 

Orleans 13 m II r/-26 in 6 b 

Ottoman. 1(5 m .'> «j— 22 wi 6 e 

— Pembroke and To ■•by, o in 7 e 

Pennsylvania n, 8 m .'> a — 20 u* 10a 

Peterborough and Wisbeach. 23 m 6 « 

Philadelphia and Keading. 23 > 7 n— 24 ; 7 

6— 2a j 6 a— 2»; ; 7 ri— 27 i 7 6—29 / 7 ci— 30 
y 7^—2/' 7 6— 8 /'7«-9/ll 6— 12/* 7 o— 13 
./lOrt— i4/10a— 15 /•7 6— 20;« lOk 

Itavenglass and Ehkdale. 26 m 7 e 

Hocife and Sao Franci^o Pernamhuco, 80 

Ml 5 <f 

Khyraney, ^ f7 e. 

Koss and Monmouth, 15 w 6 € 

Royal Sardinian. 21 w 6 a 

Russian, 4 j 7 d — bj 7 6 

S.disbury and Dorset, 20 /'6 c 

and Yeovil, 15/7 c— 21/12 </— 26 /7c 

Saraira-Orenburg. Opening of. 23 / 5 c 

-^ Sambre and Meusj, 14 m 10 c — 15 .■» 6 « 

San Paulo, 9/7 «i— 8 /« 6 / 

St. Andrews, 6/7 c/ 

Sevenoaks, Mai 'stone and 'runbridge, 19 / 

7 c— 24/ 10 f 

Severn Bridge, 267*7 c 

Solway Junction, 8 ) m 5 « 

South Australian and Upper Italian, 9 i 7 a 

Easter.i, 18 ; 7 6- 19 > 7 e/— 16/ 10 e— 24 

/ 10 c -9 »i 6 e 
and Chatham, \0 j 6 d— U / 7 c— 12 

i7 6— 1376a-24.; 7c 

Wales Mineral. 28 m 10 </ 

Southern of France. 2 J 7 d 

Staines, Wokingham and Woking, 14 / 10 

d—i*Jf 7 r— 27/10 f 
State of Shares in Companies, in every dity*» 

paper 

Stratford- upon- Avon, 26 /'7 c— 5 in 7 e 

Taff Vale, 19/ 7 c— 28 / 10 d 

Tendring Hundred, 29 m 7 c 

Thetfortl and Watton, 19 /« 7/ 

— Tottenham and Hampstead, 23 m 6 e 
Traffic, Increases and Decreases of, on 

Several liailways, 4 7 7 c— 1 1 ; 7 a— 18 ; 7 a— 
1 /^7u— 8/ 7 a— 15/ 7 0—22/- 7 <i— I m 10 a 
— 15 m 6 (1—22 m 6 a— 29 w 7 a 

Receipts, 1 ; 7 c— 2 ; 7 6 & d-3 / 7 </-4 

j 7 /_5 ; 7 e-6./ 7 rf-8 / 7/-9 ; 7 c-10 j 6 
c/— 11 j 7 c— 12i 7 4—13 ? 6e— 15 ; 7 c— 16 
;• 7 «i— 17 i 7 </-18 7 7 </-19 ; 7 e— 20> 7 c— 
227 7 6—23 > 7 rf— 24 ; 7 e— 25 / 6 €—26 j 7e 
—27 ; 7 c— 297 7 </— 30> 7 c— 31 j 7 6—1 /* 7 
rf— 2/7y-3y 7 c-6 /'7 €-7 /•7/— 8 /'7'/— 
lO/7 c— 12 /'7 6— 13 / 10 c/— 14 /• 10 rf— 16 /• 
7 e— 17/11 e— 19 /* 7 d— 20 /•6c^ 21 /•12d 
—22 /" 7 e— 23 /" 10 /— 24 / 10c— 26 / 7 rf — 27 
/ 10/ -1 iH 6/— 2 m 6 r— 3 m 10 c— 5 m 7 /*— 
6 w iO d— 8 m 6 /— 9 »i 6 e— 10 m 7 e— 12 m 7 
b— 13 m 11 c/— 14 m 10 c— 15 m 6e— 16 w5 f 
—17 m 8 c— 20 m 10 e— 21 m 6 «— 22 m 6 /— 
f>3 /« 6 /'— 24 m 13 6—27 m 10 c- 28 m 10 e— 
2ft m 7 ti— iO m 5 /—SI m 7 / 




West Cork, 28/ 1 

iSomeiaet. Vi / 7 i 

WMtem of Fntitce. 20 m jnt 

Whiibj', K«tlc«r aiul All<ltll«bbioush, 28 ■> 

10 </ 

Whitehaven, ClwtomndEcrtro'Hit, 28/10(1 

WitDsy, liiNrtia 

Woosui g, He-openi:ig of, 19 / 10 <i 

Rain in I'urrufciil, Sj a t 

H«iiifBll, T«ble of. 8 i 1 1 / 

lUldon I.W. K. S.) Lecture on EiibUiIi Nur^er; 

Talee, 3 «.,4.'' 
Banks (Leopuid Von) Sixtieth AnnivereHry o( 
■ ■ ' ling hlB Doctor's Degree — Binquct, 



Ac. i< 



.rt/- 



riiph Letter to, from the Grrnian 
Empenr. a-'/5 d 
Rare Uirls— the Great Plover. 6 / 5 d 
Katentle Value of Properlf . 26 I 7 f 
Kaihbone(S. G.)on Krre LiucnHing. M.fif 

( — ) on Ihe RviponAitjilily ol llw luduatrial 

CI .ases. J 1 , 4 » 

Kal leninp at SlitffieM. 5 n 4 / 
H<« (John) Dpnioniiraiion on ihe Release of. 
from Ijundundtrry Gnoi. ti/5 d \ 

ConimifiHl fijr Conlempt of Court, 2ej6 J '■ 

lt«nIi>oi—ihe Opera of Guaiave III., of bweden, ] 

l;t<:'a;incil Tliiem, Ilooic for, in the Seven Dials, \ 

UiH^ning of, :ifl u ru .: ' 
R<«ii(('. ^^.)un ihe ICastern Qoolion, Z/IOc 
Hetdi,— )L«.lurpunKaval Archiicature, Vi I'l'-c 
^aval Aiiininisiratiun. iil / 6 t— 31 j id 

— S I'n I. 

(E, J,) on ibc RuBfliin Fleet, 18 / 10 c 

•^ — (T. ».-oa Pauper Chiirlr.-n. HI m 10 r 
Beea (Evan) a Survivor of Ibc ^"nnon. Appeal 

for, 3j n e 
}l«ete (WjbcTt) on Ihc Unini flammable Koyal 

Edinbgrph 'J healre, J J * « 
KelracIUT]' Penmen, If lly 
Uvjecied t haritii's — Sir Itor Gueat'i Doaftiion 



Turkish Grnnimar. 13 m 9 a 

Bnlznc, [I. dc. <'o-r(-«pon'UTCi', (ij ;( u 

ilarnum, I'. T.. Limi Ja. k. IT «Hi 6 

lllack. Wm.. Maric«p Viol.^t. 9 iSf 

Brown, Barringiuii. Canoe Biui Caniji Llfo 

in BrirlHi Gu'iinn. -^i) ) * d 
Ilui'hnnnn, Kobi., Hi.idcw of ihc Snort], !l 

>3rf 

Uurki.''a Geneali'gical. &c. I'cenijre. 3,/*4/ 

Cimcri>ti. CunimnndiT, Atrus^ Africa, -1 

j4d 
CampU'lt, Ixird Grorge, Log Letlers from 

the Ch.'llfn'tfv, ai w J" 
Cnpaf. ( hns.. I^rirei Incdiraa de Mad. da 

Sevignt! a M. de Gri^iian. (>j 3 r 

C:ha»e. {■. v.. Triiil of Jesus Christ, .1 / 8 » 

Christmas ll.>oks, Sj 1 1 .i 

Cla.'Fiflt!(l Directory nf the ftlflropolitni) 

Clwrllies. IS n\ < 

Crockford'a Clerical nireclory, 20 )*/-!a 



lie. IB m ■ 
Rrligioiii Kquality, M(>ciii>| 

Hotel to CowidiT. •JUJiif-iwii/ 
Iteniote CuiitingencieB — the IlanuTiT KxiIpb' 

I'robuliilily of Snccesiion lo the Crown of 

Great Britain. 1(! /";) /' 
Remind (Dr. l<>aiik*] do ihe Munthcsler lio\aI 

Inflrniarv. 5 f V2 a 
Ri'i>nie(C<>lU-ia 



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fielnVning Good fur Evil- Bishop of Truro. 23 

lU».'niio, ISmT/" 

Ileturn* of the Past Year, 1 j 7 d-9 j 4/ 

REVIEWS 1- 
-— Abney, Capt., Thebes and ita Fitb Great 

Temple*. 4/ Jl /- 
, Alaii't. f/.. Ibc CurtU!' and o'hcr Triipi"Hl 



J^L 



, Hepvoril), Diana, Lady Lyle, 17 



fGh 

])raHiiig>bTlbeIiutianMB*ters,b>' CoDiyua 

Cut, h I a e 

Edward, Thomai, a Scotch Naturalist, Llfa 

of. hv K.miuelS.nil.-i.. i"2.) 4./ 

tJlwards, Amelia, Tliouaiiud Mile* up tha 

Mif. 4,n<i 

Elba. J'weph. C»<ar in Egypt. 9 fi t 

Encyctoi Kdin Brilamiica, 3j 3 u 

Epic of Hades, 0/4 li 

Epochs «f Modern Hislorv.Z ;' 3 n 

Eyma. Saiicr, Vie Anx Etftis. L'nia, 2 ; 3 « 

Field (Dr. K. M.) from the Lakus of Kil. 

lamey to ihe Gol.lon ITom, 4 / 1 1 r 
Fleming', W., Index to IJur Railway Sys. 

tcin. 7/-7<. 

GBbi)riau,KmilB,l'critVi<'Ui.ltBBatrenolks, 

a ;■ ;t '■ 

Gladstone, Rt. Hop. W, E., Lctsona in 

MaKsacre, \A mo f 

Giiulburn, Dean. Noniiih Cathoilm!. 2 /"*• 

Grove, Geo., Gm^raiiln- PHinfr, Hi/4 e 

Guizut, M.. Hislury »l F.niilnnd, ^0 ni 4 (f 

Hj»idy. Mrs,. Aflo.it and Athoro. S i 1 1 a 

-- llii'lorlcjil Chartof India, by Allen Durucll, 

■Jf\(l,: 
Hozipr, Capt., Invasions of Enghlnd, 2/3 

0-13/:!.. 
Hugo, Victor, La Lcgendc dea Siicle-, 19 

m 4(1 

Index lo 7"Ac Timts. 30 n. 8 ,: 

Investor'* Monthly Manual, 13 i d c 

tanib, Chas., Life, Letters. &c, of, -'0> 3 n 

Tjivieu F,. MjIdreiVs WM«.V»,1i\\ Vi 

Life aHAVJovV'JlVT»Aev\-i'>Mv«-"w.'*>^'<"* 

..i i\\e Vt\vn» t:«ww.t\., ^1 ■»\' ■Aniv\-». 

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TALMKli's INUKA TO "lIIK TlMfi.s" NKWSrArflK. 



Jan. 1 i.> 



BeviewB (rontimtf/h. 

JJfeof I^rdShcIburncbyLord Fitzinnurice, 

4; 80 

Light French Literature, 2 7*3 d 

Ixidge's Peerage and Kan>net«}je, 3 f 4 / 

Mac Coll, Maloolni, Eastetn Question, 3> m 

Macdonald, Geo., 'nn)nias Wingfold, Cu- 
rate, 9^' 3 c 
Martin, Freilcriek, Statesman's Year Book, 



7/4 e 

-~ Martineau H h ri iet, Auto-biography, 20 /« 4 a 

Note about. 31 m If 

— Mathieson's Tables of Prices, 13 ^' 6 c 

Mcriniec, Prosper, Lettres a une Inconnue, 



6i3c 

— Mercantile Publications, 13y6c 

— Milton's Paradise Losr, Facsimile Reprint 
of the First Edition, ll;4y 

— Morris, Wm., Story of Sigurd, 9/4 d 

— New Lectiouary — the Church Service Bible, 
19j<J/ 

Old and New Zealand, by a Pakeha Maori, 



2bi \ d 

— Pttlj^rave, W. G.. Dutch Guiana, 29 / 4 rf 
F. T., Children's Treasury of Lyrical 



Poetry, 1 > 4 / 

i*almer, Samuel, Index to The Tmts News- 



paper, 30 M 8 c 

-*- - Purki r, Adm. Sir Wra., Life by Rear-Adm. 
i'hilliniore, 19.; 3 u 

- — Post Office birectory of Birmingham, Staf- 
fordshire. &c., 19 j 6 d 

^ — Rajah of Sarawak, by G. L. Jacob, C^' 1 1 a 
— IO7 II d 

— Recent Novels, 9/3 d— 1 7 w 6 / 

Poetry, 9/4 d 

Reclus, Elisee, Nov. Geographic Unirer- 

gelle. l(Jj3rf 

Records of the Scottish Coinage, Collected 



■ by Rev. Cochran Patrick, l^y 3 c 

Registers of the Stationers' Company, 

Edited by Arbcr, 5.; 3/ 

Remusat's Abelard, 30 j 5 d 

Rowing Almanac, 12 /// 8 h 

Russell, M«jor, Russian Wars with Turkey, 



28/4 d 

Dr. W. IL, British Expediiion to the 



Crimea, 18i I2fi 

Prince of Wales's Tour in India, 27 m 

10(1 



— Salmon, Dr. Geo., Reign of Law and other 
Seri..on8, SJSe 

Scott, J. R., Memorials of the Family of 



Scott, 16; 3 r 

— ^haw. Eire, Fire Protection, 12 ; 3 c 

— Simonin, L., I^ Monde Amerieain. 2 ^' 3 « 
Spry, \\. J., Cruise of U. M. Ship ChaHen- 



li 



per, 31 « 7 o 
— '- Tail, P. G.. on Recent Advances in Physical 
Science, G ; 4 «? 

Tennyson's Poems, 13 / 10 A 

Thirlwall, Bp., Remains, Literary and Theo- 

Jt^'ical. 4^ 10 ii 

Thorn s Jrif^h Directory^ 19.f 12 c 

i 7 home, Jan., Handbook of the Environs of 

J.atufun. If / 4 ti 



BeviewB {routiuu^d). 

Tissot, Voyage aux Pays Annexes. 2 / 3 rf 

Tndlope, F. E., Black Spirits and White, 

17 /» <J u 

Uncle Tom's Story of his Life, an Auto- 
biography of the Rev. Jo>iah Benson, 2 / 3 d 

Vautier. Gv'o., Revanche du Mari, 2j 4 a 

Wallace, I). M.. Russia, 18 ; 3 o 

WarR'n, Capt. Chiis., Underground Jeru- 

stilum. 13 //i 4 p 

Note about, 16 m 4 (/ 

Watts, Wm. Lord, Across theVatna Jokiill, 

or Scenes in Iceland. 6/3 a 

Wellington, Arthur, Duke of. Despatches, 

Ac, Vol. 6. 24 w 5 t. 

Whyte-Melville, J; G., Rosine, 17 w a 

Yriarte, Chas., Bosnie et Herzegovina, 16/ 



3e/ 



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Revue des Deux Mjndes, 31 7 7 e 
Reynolds and Gainsborough. 5 »i 4 r 

(Professor) on Vortex Motion, 6 /" 10 rf 

RheuniHtism. au Easy Remedy for, 20 f b t 
Rice, State of the Market, 3/7 *— 4 ; 7 </— 5 / 7 

r— 6 ; 7 f— 10 ;6c~ll 7 7 r— 12/7 e— 13; 6 
d— 17i7r— I8i7/— 197 7 c— 20/7/— 24 ; 
7 /'-.25 ; 6 e -'Ky / 7 «— 27 ; 7 «-31 / 7 /—I / 

7 d-2/7d—^/7 e—7 /•7 c— 10/7 «— 14/ 
lOr— 16/ 10/— 1//11 r/— 21 / 12 r— 23/10 
6—24 /' 10 «— 28 / 10 //— 2 w 6 6-3 w 10 /— 7 
,„ 10 A_9 ;„ (5 /i_io ,„ 7 /_15 m 6 /— 16 m 5 
f—\7m 8 6-21 m 6 /-24 m 13 c— 28 m 10 c 
—29 ;// 7 6— 3J m 5 d 

Indian Prices for, 23 i 5/ 

Richardson (Dr. B. W.) Health Improvements 

in Great Cities, 9 / lOe— 167 6rt 

Lecture on Vital Air, 23 m 12 6 

Rio de Janeiro, City Improvements. 17 w 8 // 
Riot Among the Convicts at llaulbowiine Naval 

Docks, l.> / 5 / 
Ripley (H. VV.) ani the Carlton Club. 23 / 5 c 
Ritualistic Practices at Hatcham. see St. Jamks* 

Service at Lewisham Church, the Bi«hop 

of Rochester Present, 6 / 12 6— 7/6/— 8 /(J d 

Rival Aversions. Noie about. 19 / 9 /' 

Rivers, Pollution of, Meetingin Edinburgh about, 

16/3 6 
Robarts (C. H.) All Souls College and the Bod- 

hMan, 30 m 4 e 
Robbery of Jewels from Battle Abbey, 1 7 / 5 J 

— 19/11 d 

at Putney, 23 »i 8 6 

Roberts (Edw.) on the Spring Tides, 2 /" 10 6 

(W. C.) oti the Coinage, 30 / 4/ 

Robinson (R S ) on the Naval Estimates, 21m 

10/ 
(W\ B.) on Dockyard Administration, 6 / 

8 6 

Roby (^H. J.) on the Universities Bill, 8 w 8 c — 
17»<6/ 

Rochester (Bp. of) Not at Lewisham but Sup- 
plying the Destitute Church of Cold Norton, 
8/6 </ 

Joining in Full Ritualistic Service at Lew- 
isham OUvuch, (5 Y' 1 2 6 

BiswWA, 1 t o / 



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d its Bearings/* at Memorial Hall, 7 

[OiM, R.) on Atlantic Traffic, 29 j If 

f Commons, \^J'\f 

rnival, 16/4y 

olie Priest and a Mnnehcstyr Solicitor, 

C'harjre Auxin^^t, 'J , (J d 

J, Discovery of. jit Lowestoft, 3 w 4 « 

)f tlie H.ir. ru, 21) m G c 

» F(»ur K ^'lish Clofffymen Resign 

kinjfs .4ri«l Kiiibrace, 29 j 5 d 

rie'l Afljuraiio iof more than 800 Pro- 

i . Kii^liiid, 27 /'5 f 

zuii ^^ll.; on the Crystal Palace, 22 f 

'\) Captured by Brigands, 14/ 10 t 

ire. New Work on, 2 / D c 

>. G.; on the Grosveiior Gallery, 27 m 

rlary C. Hume' (;n V;icci nation, 22 y G d \ 
A:— ! 

f News, 15 m 5 <! 
ires her Independency. 1 1 / 5 ft 
ig Wood on I he Island of Pirgos, Out- 
ing. 2»> / K\ b 
jcial Crisis in. 8 w 5 r 
rm no part of the Turkivli Empire, p 
—22/5 4 

ral Budget, \i n, 5 e 
nchment of the Late Cabinet, 21 f'5 b 

«— 30 m 3 d 

of Paper Money Instead of a Loan, 

he Jews, 6y5d— ICi 8 u~VJ m 10 e 

llaneous News, 1 fo ^—2 /'5 e— 3 fo 
J— 3 m 5 «j~8 w< 6 d— 17 /// 7 e— 23 m 

Ministry, 8/r> (•—10 /"'> ,: 
ay Passenger lmi>ort, 26 m 5 c 
ourda Resigns. 6 w 5/— 7 w< 5 c 
ies of Commerce, 2 /w 6 « 
le Treaty of Paris, Gj 5 «— 12y 5 A 
le Turkish Constitution, 4^5 r — 10 ; 
5 <y— 15/ r»a— 18jf 5 d 
s\\ O.itrngt* i.i, 12 ; 5 t/— 24 / .'; d~7 I 

le War. 28 /' 5 / 

IS in Square Holes — a Solicitor in a j 

ise. ♦> /■ ei « I 

lemy, Nominations for Associaieships, ! 



ew Associates, 25 / 9 g 
olices. 23 m 9 f 

Vluflic, Performance of ** Antigone," 
a Hospital, 7 md f 
ivic Donation to, 3 m / 
ovel Com] e;ition for a Gold Medal at, 

iiltural Society of England, Meeting, 

lo./ 7/ 

: Hall. General Meeting of the Cor- 

27/4 e , 

ral Society, 30 / 9 c j 

1 Agel Merchant Seamen's Institu- 

<ua) Afeeting, JO m 10 f' 

^batij Society of Artistf, \9j\l e 



Royal Botanic Society, Meeting, 26 /*6/ 

New Members Admitted, 12/7 6—26 m 



9e 



Note about, 2/* 4 /" 

— Dramatic College, Meeting in Drurj Lan«, 
to Aid. 23 tab 

— Dublin Society. 9 w 10 6 
Exchange, Deputation of Clergymen to the 



Lord Mayor to Prevent the Extensive Vaults 
under the Building being Converted into a 
Restaurant and Gambling House, 27 / 10 c — 
22 M 5/ 

— Geographical Society, Lectures at. 13 /*$ a 
—27 m fid 

Meetings, 9/7 c—23.; 9 /--7 m 7/* 

Horticultural Gardens, Notes about, 19 j 10 



6—23 ; 4 6—27 j 4 e— 30 i 6 / 

Society. Meetings, 14 /*9/— 10 m 7 « 

Noes a'»out, 21 / 4 /"— 13 /w 4 c/ 

rfi- Wcfkiy Exhibitions, 8 m 12 a 

an<l Guinea Subscriptions, 7 /'10 6 



Household Appointments, 24 ; 8 r A « — 27 

J 8 rt— 21 /5 /— 20 m 8 a— 2:H//i 9./— 24 m 13 e 

Humane So.-iety, Annual Meeting, 12 ; 4 e 

l:istribution of Awards, 19 j 4J 

IndiHU Engineering Colleg-;. 19 ; 12 e 

Instiiution. Lectures, 11/9 c— 22/ 7 b&d 

—23 / 5 /-.Ju 1 9 /-— 6 / 10 ^-19/ 12 rt— 22/ 
5 /_24 /"4y'— 26 '/ 10 e— 12 m 4 c— 20 m A/— 

3 w 5 /■ 

Literary Fund, Annual Meeting. 1 5 w 8 d 

National Life- Boat Institution, G / 7 / 

Annual Meeting, 16 m 6/ 

- Scottish Academy, Dinner on Opening the 
Exhibition, 21/ 4/* 

United Service Institution, Annual Meet- 



ing, 5 m 10 a 

Lectures at. 26 / 10 r— 6 »i 4 e 

Society of Musicians, Legacy of Mr. 

Schulz to. 12 /6»/ 

State Coach. 2 /' 10 r-7 / 7 /— 10/4 e 



RuMnstein (Anton) as a Musician, 3 f 4 c 
Kudkin (Thomas) on the Price of American 

Meat. 27 / 5 e 
Rum, State of the Market, 12/7^ 
Running Amuck— a Mui .Siilor in Liverpool, 26 

/ '•' ** 
Riisden's Proi)osal to Reduce the Week to Fivo 

Days, 30 /// 4 h 
Ru«»j»«*ll ^Lt. CoL) on the Battle of Navarino, lf> 

JAe 

(J. Fuller) on the Old Masters, 16^ 4 e 

Russia Copper Company, 10^ 6 d 

EjSSIA:- 

Attempt to Assassinate the Cesarcwitch^ 

False Re|:)ort, 5 m 5y 

Iho Asinv of. iO / 5 /»— 13 /5 6— 16 J 5 a— 

16yi0c 

Medical Service of, \H i 7 d 

XewK. « / 5 d-2i) Jo h—U) m 5 i— 14 m 

5 c — 15 TO 8 c — 31 M o Q 

the BudgL^. 13 ; 5 c— 24 ; 5 h 

Ameer ol Kashgar at «i. Petersburg, 5 jf 

aT\(\ the C».MCtvs\\*, "IN ^ \ d— vv'^ ^^ ^ 

CeWbraV\«u o\ vW \^Vl^\J^i^^>x^ ^ k%>^^^«>ssvv^ 

Day* 5 m 't d ^^ 



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PALMKU*S tNOUX TO " THE TIMLS *' NKWSr.irkK. 



[.lau. ! 4* 



Kiis&i» (eondnucil). 

in Central A^ia, 5 j 6 d 

* Court News, 6/5 c — 8/5 e 

• Disturbance of Students at St. Petersburg, 

2V6/» 

• Deprewive Influence of t'ae Impending 

War on Trade in, \H j 7 h 

* and the Eastern Question, 6 j 5 « 

- — the Fleet, UtJ 5 //—ll tio A— I3i 10 c 

. Hi ahh of the Grand Duke N'cholas, 22 j 5 f 

■ Jealousy of. '22 ; « 6 

•.^— KHf^an Ca!hr drill Kiot, 6 /" 10 ci 

■ and CieruiHiiv, \t foe 

• MilitHrv Levies 17 A5 c 

* MixjelUneous News, TJ j 5 rl — 7 m 5 r 

• the Moscow Gnzfttt i^eized for Printing a 

8peeih of the Shivoidc Committee. 30 ;« 3 a 

• 'J'rHnslaiion of the Offending Speech, 31 

ui n (I 
w — New Loan. 24 j 5 a~3 f^e—lfo «— ?6 fbh 
^ — Odrsi.H Municipality Unable to Pay its Of- 
ficiaK' ^ala^ies, ojoc 

• Offidid Changes. 8/5 c 

• — Pnpaiing to Celebrate the Jubilee of Na- 
vnrino. !:» /5c ' 

KHilwiiy Carriages for Sick and Wounded 

h'old:ei «. 6 ; 5 r 
^ — Pn;elan)utioii of the Conspirators to the 

Jews in the Hebrew Lanzuajre. 19 tn 5/ 
•- pKjiO^id JUMiiobil z i.ion oi the At.MV, iO 
tii 8 -I 

• Publ e 0[>lnion in. 5 / 10 ^r 

>■ — " and I he Que«.n*s Spi^ech, I > / 5 h 

• Ku l*ay Compnnies in. to Use only Home 

MasmfacturidGood-s 29 /" 5 k 
•— - — to be Used for Troops only, 18 ) 5 r 
• llovolutionarv Demonstration ill St. Peters- 
burg. 2 / «; h—'AOj 8 6-31 I y/— 1/5 c— 0/ 
U> ft — 16 m \ r 

• Slavs and the Government, 31 w 6 a 

— — and the Slav Quef«ti.m. 1 / 4 « 

• Hlivonic Com mi I tees in, 10 ; 4 « 

■ Speech of the (^rar to the Army, 80> 8 a 

•— State of the Army, &c.. 30 ; 7 q 

» Tri:d of oiher Conspirators. 10 m n f 

• of Members of th<* Secret llevclutionary 

Society "Krabny Valet'* at Mofcow. iJy' 10 a 
» ■ ■ uf I he Rio ers, df 10 «— 8 / 5 </— 7 m 5 c 
— IK >w 4 *: 

and Turkey. 4/ 8 ^/— lO/o rf&/ 

•- — Count Von Moliki.''6 Letters on, Preparing 
for the I'rcss. 2i» / ft r— 8 rd f 

' Will of I'eter the Great, 21 fo d 

\lui»it*n Budget. 5 ' 7 A 

- — Circular, no Answer Sent by the Great 
Powers to, 1 m n e 

Customs' Receipts. 16 /*I1 b 

Knibasgy, 16/0/' 

• — Journalism. Peter the Grent Founder and* 

Editor of the First Newspaper, in / 9 /' 
■ Legation jit Con.stantinople, 17 m 12/ 

LifeiR'Ure. 2 / 4 /" 

Ru'ty (A. F.>nn Public School Prefects, 5/6/ 
Rye ^^IjjriH Sv) on WHS*frei*s L'i ; 12 c 



^icr^'rl fhmwruc .^vx ict\ . Hi) j 4 ^ 



Safflower, State of Trade in. 27; 7 e 

Sailors in Liverpool, 15 / 12 o 

Snghalien. Failure of the Attempt to Colonize, 

Sago, State of Trade in, 11 / 7 r— 18 / 7 /—I f 
7 (/— 8 /• 7 /*— 22/7 y— 1 m 6 /— 8 w 6 c-it 
m 6/— 29 ml h 

S.ile of Intoxicating Liquors on Sundays, Annual 
Meeting of the Asaocialion, 26 m 5 t 

of a Wife. 2\ j h d 

Salisbury Cathedral, Restoration, 30 i 6 e 

1,1-Ady) Retu.n<) to London, \2 m b f 

(Lord) Notices of, 12 ? 9 /— 6/5 u 

at the Associated C hawberuf Commerce, 

22fi\d 

Reaches London, 1 f^ f 

on his Return. 8/5 r 

Views the .VI vcenae Art Trcs suits. B f5d 



the Cologne Gazette on Uatfleld, the Seat 

of, li> in 5 e 
Salmon Hatching, 30 m 4 e 

Rivers, Open Seasons in, 29 j Oa 

in the Sohvay, 26 ; 7 c 

Salt ( -if Titus) Funeral of, 6 ; 9/ 

Saltaire, Request of the Late Sir Titus Salt to, 

8.; 10/ 
Saltpeire, State of the Market, 3 ? 7 e— 4 j7 d 

—5 / 7 c— 6> 7 c— 10; Of—lli 7 r— 12/7s 

— 2 ) / 7 /— 24 ; 7 /•— 26 ; 7 «-27 ; 7 e^iU j 7 

/•-I t': ^' -1') /: r~;i: rio r—\7 ;'i\ </— 23 

J 10 ' -2.'/ 10 /.— 7 ;w H) b — io ,a 6y— 23 m 6 
, __-> ) u, 7 A — 30 m .'. d 

b.iii ar.Ciin Fioe Hospital, Royal Present of Oaoie 

Ir, 2»\7 9 e 
S.niiiel. iifos. Warning against au Attempt to 

Swindle, 31 7 9/ 
Samuelson (~) at the Bath Liberal Meeting, 3 

/ H e 
S;in Francisco, Russian War Ships in, 7/5 e 
Sand (Madauie George) Propo ed Statue to, 22 

J l^ ^' 

Santion (Lord) at Liverpool. 25 / 7 e 

Sandfurd (Grace) Hospital for Incurables at Ox- 
ford, 31 jo e -0 m lie 

Shndriivuham Estate, Tenantry Presentation to 
the Prince of Wales. 2 j 7 » 

Sandwich I^lJlnders in New Zesiland. 14 fA e 

Sandttiih 'J)r. H.) on the Servian War, 29 / 8 a 
—31 j 10 r- 

on the Jews in Servia, 2 / 11 « 

Refugees in Servia, 6^8 // — 7/6 rf— 29 m 

8 h 

Sanitary Estates As-oHation, Draught Prospec- 
tus of New ConipHuy, I5j 4 « 

Saving Life at Sea, A*.vard to Mr. Lewis, 22 m 

»./ 
Savings Bank Accounts, 12 w 6/ 
St. Agues Kenuington, Consecration of, 22 j 9/ 

— 25 ; 8 h 
St. Alban's Bishopric. 12 m 6 £^ 
St. Andrews University, Degrees Conferred, 16 

/ 8 n 
-^ Exfend-d Classes. 13/ 12 A 
Dean Stanle,\ 's VaKdictory Address, "mo 

/ — !».♦ m 4 f/— 19//; 1(« e 
Su V'.\Y\W\mY\!?>K''fc W.«%\Yv\^\, ^vAt^l Present ol 




Fit. Uirid's May FeitivHl at Willis's, 2 n 8 h 
St GiHirge'i (larriwD Churi:h, \\ wtlwicli, llruk>:n 

inlo by Thlevm, In j U e 
Hi>»pil«l, lioj»' i'rejCQtof Grido to, 31 J 

6/ ; 

St. Jumoi' Uitcham, and Ambigiuui PrKyen, SI | 

' AddreM to the Vlcnr by Scottish Epiacopa- 

lian Church L'lLTgjmen. 'Jij f d 
Armtt III Mr. Touih and Inoirceritiun of, 

in Horaemongpr Lane Uaul. 2^ j li ii 
Case in the Court of Arches, 1 1 ; 10 c— 15 



Mr. ■.hHmberi' ■(.■^►!n«. 3 ff>e 

Clusin^ cif tl-e Chmtli liy ilie UUhop. 

10 d—-i2 i ' l—-i'.' i .1 ( -S./ 6 e 
tho Church It a men*' Dttfei.ce, 2 / 6 « 

Mr. Cook and Mr, Tooih, I y 10 a 

Curate in Charge Appuinteil. \y jh H 

lEer. B«nj. Dnla Ap|iuinied Cumie. 10/fl f 

Forces an b^ntr/ into ih« Church and 

Conducts SiTvice, li/ad 
"lerTice in the clmrch by Mr. Dale after 

th« Vicars IMchsi', lU/Crf 
Faction Fiiflit in thi: Church. %6 r 6d 

— the Four Hainiing* in the Church Execu- 
ted by Mr. Toolh Uuubed Over with Black 



MaryV 



i:hiir 






St. Michnel's and' Sc' Ociirge, li'roniotiunj and 

Ai'poinlnients, jfS i« lU li 
8i. I'ntrlch. InTctturo uf ilie Ilukc of Alanthc*- 

ler wiih the Order uf. li w lu c 
St. Paul's Cathodral. Dedication Festivlll, 19 ; 



I'ai 



t. Its « 6/ 



- I,el 



. I'reachem, W / fi « 

rMn fur llle .Month. 81 /O / 

r T'l-Morrow, 6/9 /"— 13 j 7 h 



Tbur«iiiy Service ii 
- Scliool. and Ba quct ■ 



■2a j 

Holy Week, IG w 
the Mercers' Hall, 



- and ihe Incnmhentt Suipfii«ior». 19 m B/ 
Intcn.ion of ihj CwnpiHinnnti to Apply to 

the Court of Arche*, 4 / 12 a 

Inlerdiot. itt Lba 

Meeting of the English Church Union on 

tboCafe, 17j U «-'2 « lO.,'— it « 10 6 
■ ol Parishioners to Protest against the 

Practices, !0 7 hj — 15 / 10 d 
and Members lo Protest against the 

Conduct iif Mr. ( hamberi, 2j 8 '. 
to Present an Address of Sympathy to 

Mr. Tooth. 2.*8 4 
of the Working Men's Sodety about, i f 

6c-i;i/6a 
Xoies about, \jG/—ZjSt—ij?f—S} 

10*— 9; 10/— 12/7 f— Hi 1 KA— 24 j8n~25 

jili—il (flrfi/— ;0y 11 e— 30; 12 c-Jy U 

«-»/ 10 e 
on A*serUons made by Spoakcn, 18 j 6/ 

— 19i IO«-2ili6/' 

Koticc to Friends on 

Order In Arrest Mr. 



I Deny being Anxious for 

- Mr. Tooth's Bi-lea«e, 13 / 5/ 

Hilualistic Praiilico" at. I j Gr—Bf 10 « 

■ Mr. Kogora's Lecture on at Memorial Hall, 

7/Krf 

Simple Renu'dy to Recover the Keys, 3 / 

Mr, Tooth's Former Occupation, 3 / 9 « 

Kplease. Wt f d d 

the Vicar's Hojily lo the AddrPM of S.mt.- 

pathy Sent to him in Q .,.1. S /■ 1 1 / 
St.Ja^nes's Purk, .Sohll'. .; i w I rf 
St. John's lluspilal for lliseafc* uf Ihc Skin. 

yeT!on>i3nei.- ai Ihe llfviil Avideiiiy of Mur'r 
■ loAH FmA^ 



■Hi 

Kxuininallon. 28/9/ 

Si. Stephen's LovUham, lUtualistic Service at, 

St. Valentine's l>«y, Postal Notice, 3 / 7 a 

St. Vvd.ist, Foaler Lane, the Bectorr Sequea* 

tercL UU m U/ 
Scandal urn Magnatur 

Month's Impri-onii 

in Church, 7 in 5 /■ 
Scarlet Fever, Serious Outbreak of, near Wal- 

snll. 2:i r 11 s 
Riarth(John)onOirS;illor8, W fHf 
Sctptre Life AewciaCion, \ii i 7 d 
>'chendri(E.C.; Jill's in ItouiDaiiiii, \T jGd 
S hliemann (Dr.; at Burlitiglon House, 23 m 



and Ihe Tomb of Agamemnon, 3j 10«— 19 

/To 
Schofleld & Co., on the Strike of the Matona at 

iheir Works, 5 m Via 
Science In 187(1, 1 /6c 

Anticipated by Fiction, 7 w .1 d 

Museum. Proposal to Establish as a Per- 



N..1C ahoui. 9 / 8 i 

Uwgniphy, \if» a 

Monuments. 9 ;■ 11 d 

Sclatcr-Booth (Kt. Hon. O.) at Ihe Winchester 

Consprvative Aoociaiion, B/ 10 h 
Scotch Free Church Meetiix o /' 1':^ ii 
Pre'bytcry Issue a Pastonil on Inlempe- 

Naluralist, No'ea abont, 23 j 8 e— 8 « 8 rf 

Sheriff's Substitutes. B/ 10 e 

UniTerBilies, from the S-ilvrday Bttitrt, 30 

Stoll{R. y.) on the Arlspy CoHUion, 10; lis 
SOotiish American invesinient Company, 1/Te 
-i.-.,;;.-;,™?/ 

Iten.hmid litr.r.ru I -% f W h 

' VvOv-A^l«\'^^V\^.^^^\•■.T^,'!.'a »^ * 



Sco 



»» 



l*ALMEU S INDKX To ** TIIK TIMKS NKW^l'AI'KK. 



[Jmii. 1 fb 



Scottish Union and Scottish National Insurance 
Companies, Amalgamation of, 20/0 /»— 21 / 
IJ 6—22./ 7 b 

Sea Monsters, Note about, 16 ; 10 6 

Serpent by Affidavit, 11 7 10 c 

Seals, Massacie of. 19 / 5 / 

Seamen's Hospital Society, Annual Court, 14 /* 
5c 

Chinese Ambassador Becomes a Life Sub- 
scriber to, 29 III 9 /■ 

Season, Expectations of a Good One, 12 / 0/ 

Sed loii (J. P.) on lloues in Great Citie;!, 10 j 
10 /> 

Selborne (Lord) Lecture at Alton on Ancient 
Coinage, 8 /' 6 A 

Selection of Public Talk from Vanity F<iir, 2/4 d 

Serjeants' Inn. Account of, VJjS d— 24 / 12 6 

Notes about. 13 fi /"— 15/ 10 6 — 16 /* 7 / 

—19 f7 (1—22 f 10 a— 5 m \ \ /"- 9 m lo'rf 

Sale of, at »* the Mart," 247 10 c/ 

Suitable Inscription for the New Buildings, 

26 /•7 6 

-Serjeants-at-Law, Notes about, 19 /'9 /— 20 f\\ 
e—2S/\\/—26fSh 

Servants — Lady Helps. \9j 10/ 

Severn (Arthur) on Cloud and Sunshine, \2 f 7 d 

8EEVIA:- 

p Ceremony of Blessing the Waters Per- 
formed on the Banks of the Save, 19 / 5 e 

Elections, 23/5 a 

Englibh Company Propose a Railway in, 

20 m n c 

Exchange of Prisoners at Belgrade, \djljx 

Exports Resumed, Q m 5 d 

Golden (^ros4 of Takosa Conferred on 

Messrs. Fartey and Samson. 15 .; 6 a 

Mi-icellaneous News, dj 6 c — 22 i 5 e— 2 J 

5 6—26/ 6 6 

Old Roman Scoriie Offered for Sale, 14 m 

5c 

Opening of an English Orphan House at 



1 Sh ire Investment Trust, 26 / 7 c 
Sharpe (Sutton) on Commissions, 8 j 1 1 / 
Shaw-Lefevre (G.) on Investments in the Funds, 

18 i 5/ 
She(.>p Poisoning in Essex from Eating Shrubs 

in a Garden, 9 j* 9 e 
Sheenie^s Forts. 16 /'4 /* 
Sheffield, American Beef for Sale in, 16 i 7 r 

Beer and Wine Conference at, S/\0 d 

Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meeting, 

3 /*12 c 

Church Extension in. 9 ; 9 /* 

the Duke Offers to Sell the Markets to the 

Corporation, 23 f5/ 
Meeting of the Liberal As:$ociation at, 31 i 

66 

Rattening of, 6 m 4/ 

Representation Liabilities —the Town Clerk 

Ruined by, 16 m 5 c 
Shelford ( W.; on the Outfall of Rivers, \Zj 7 a 
Shellac, State of the Market, 24 ; 7y — 27 j 7 «— 

31 i 7/— 3/7S-10/ 7«-l7/'ll/— 21 mSf 
Shells Ascending into Vegetables, 2j A d 
Sheriffs Ap|)ointed for ltfr7, 8 /6 6 

Fund, Annual Report, 4 1 4 a 

SHIP NEWS:— 

; 3> 7 0—9 ; 7 «— 247 5 e— 81 .; 9/ 

Accident to the Ainerique off New Jersey, 9 

j 5 c & a 

to the Emu Steamer, Official Inquiry^ 30 



Semlin, the First Ever Opened in ^ervia, 29 ; 
5b 

— Peace Arrangements. 9 7/t 5 c 

— Political Disturbances in, 28 m 5 c 

— Refugees in. 6 ; 8 A 

— and the Russian Volunteers, 10 / 5 b — 11 j 
5 6-12/5 6— 167 5 5 

— the Skruptschina Summoned, (ijo e — 21 / 
5 0—22/5 d 

— the Great Skruptschina Convoked, 15/66 
— ^ Accepts the Conditions of Peace, 1 »i 5 6 
Dissolution, 1 m 5 6 — 2 in 5 b & e 

— Speech of the Prince on Opening, 1 m 5/i 
General Tchernayoff at Prague, 13 7' 5 b 



— 15> 5 d 

Sevres China, New Manufactory, 10/4 ^ 
Sewer Gases. Frankland's Lecture on. 15/4/ 
Sewers, City Commission, Meetings, 24 j 8 6 — 7 

/n/ 
Seyd's Statistics of Mercantile Failures from 

1865. 1 ; 7 a 
Shakers, Notice of. 13 Z' 9/ 
Shakespeare's Autograph a Forgery, 1 j h f 

JUchMrdllU 7 f5 f 

ShAftesburjr (Lord) Rivnl A reniona, 19/9/ 
A9A^nn/?fi, Sur%'ivora of. 3 j 11 6—5 ;4 6 * 



J7e 



to the European, 19 j Be 
the Ada, 12/9/— 16^8 5 



Baltic frese from Ice. 5 ; 6 d 

Bell Buoy— Cornish Wrecking, 28/6 a 

- — the Beitsenier, 'i'nal Trip, 28 m 1 1 5 

Bureau Veritas, 5/6 b 

Collieion of the Aldei-ney with the Maria j 

in the Hamilton River, 15 ; 6 « 
^ — of the Consett wih the Leonie, 13 m 10 / 

—14 m 8 d 

of the Amh4U8iidar with the Manaon^ 27 



12 c 



of the Crenstcell with the Liverpool Pilot 

Boat No. 2, in the Mersey. 17 ; 10 / 

of the Elf and the Zi'on, in the Humber, 



22>7/ 

of the Gttama and the John Dyng. 9/5d 

of the Hei:ndol and the Marie, 29 j bf 

of the Joseph Love, by an Egyptian Man- 



of-War, 23 ; 8 a 

of the Matilda and the Culifomiun, IS 



f6a 



of the Norseman and the Rose, 6 flf— 7 

y86 

of the Porro and the Mnryland, 10 m 8 b 

of the Pnn<e Consort and iho Fire Queen, 

Narrow Escape from, 31 j 9/ 
of the Utteenslund &j\d the Phillis, Official 

Inquiry, 30^ 7 e 

of the Haiuhow and a Bai^ near the 



Mucking Light. 21 m Mid 

of the Seminole with the Montgomery, off 

Cape May, 10 / 5 c & e 

of the Shuniro<:k with the John Bright, 17 



j ^0 / 




Bbip N*in (t ivlmueil). 

Colliaion of the Tuward and llie Itio Rri,!.-. 

21 M lOrf 

of ilie Una mid Ihe .SmuaV, 15 /!) / 

of Ihe K'altrloo wiili a Strew Collier, * 

Co1li!>ionB at Sea, NoU about. 12 in 4 </ 

Dettruviion of i\ii AmadiM.'by Fire at Sea, 

39 j6< 

of the^V>°il>)'F'Ki<>ff Suff'>"<<Offi<:'*l 

Inqair.v inio, •iimV.t 

of (be Brimn'u, at Sea. \>y Fire, IS / 6 / 

— 13/8 a— 9 M 6/— 2U ni 10 r 
L Partial, of the Dttutcai, by Fire, at 

at Bombar Harbour, IGj H b 

- of ihe Uiirceg S<-iiUi, by Fire, at Port 



Boynl 



;5 ti— 



jBd 



— MissiiiK Wsifln. iho Cl'.ml.o, VAjO f 

— [he [.V..W Ih-k'. ;l r Vi '< 

— [he (,'/<"( QHirutl-:B.I. Emigrant Ship, 1 j 

ihc Lizzit Ahbill, ■A3i„&t 

— Ilie.1/.'y. Itt) 10/" 

— [he R-htl. IB j io f 

— the 11 V/-. 5,/ ll«-flj(t/ 

— Ncu Coloninl Mnil Stramer. 19 f6 e 

— (Ifheiiit In<|uirieaitiDiiMt»ieraaiSen,S 



-I'n 



i- O'A'Wu. ie« 



nof ColUsioinalSca,Leetiir 



- of ihe Imotient, by Fire. 9/6 i/ 

of (he Irtihopt, by Fire, at Anger, 19/ 6 

. a— 2SJ I 6 a 

KaUma, by Fire, in Wapping Dock, U 

mi 4 

of the Katt Grrgari/, by Fire in tlie Bay 

of Bengal. S2 / 7/ 

Uffiinal Inquiry into. 14 fS t 

—— of the Ladg furtur, Burnt at Sea, 13 m 

10;- 

of the Laiif, St Sea, 83 m 8 o 

of a Sailing Barge, by Fire, n«ar Black- 

friara Bridge. W m 10 c—lf I m 6 li 

of Ihe Tiviotdalt.hy Fire, at Sm.\9f6a 

and Wreck* on ihe Breaking up of the 

Ice on the Ohio, 16j 5 b 

Diaailen at Sea, 1 ;' 1 1 b—i j 10 c— 4 > 6 e 

~5>ll a— 6je/— 8;9/~9j6rf-lI>10/ 
— 12j9/"— I3j9y— 16> 6«-l6 j 8 t— 18 j 
JO/— 19> 6 «-23> 8 a-il3 6 e-27/ 12 c- 
!9j"6/— 30j T<— 3] ; 7 /—I f9f-Z /"12 a 
— fi /6i-6/7/'-8/6/-— l6/-9/"-14/-S« 
— 16 /■8 6— 19/6(1—20/10'-— 21 /■;!(;- 22 
/6 n-2i/5/~20 /"B d-2 » 10 /— 5 m 8 rf~ 
7 « 6 d— H m B rf— 9 m B /•— 10 m 8 &— 12 m $ 
u— 18» 10 /■— 14 m8 rf— 16 m 9 a— 21 « 10 d 
—22 m 10 6—28 m 5 «-26 m 10 c— 27 m U /— 
28 n 6 f-1^ n 8 c 
— - Ffrrmre Oulton. Abandonment of, 81 m II a 

Fog Signals being Erected at Longstone in 

the Fame Islands. 4 > 9 e 

Gambling Ke-Insurance on Ihe GVond Dtikt 

—DritiJi King and Rvhard Wright. 9 f \2 i 

Joatt Broikert, Towed into Bitmhani, I 

;8ft 

Kingdom o/ Ilali/, Ashore at Cavalong, 20 

j 10 </ 
• List of Fiihing Smacks Foundered in the 

Morth Sea, 7 n 5 <f— 10 « » * 

- Sabaoription for the SnITeren. 9 m 10 i 

■ — lOwBt— ISwlO/- lenG/"— 20w 12a- 

23 K 6 <-29 m T a 
the Uarij Jam, Ashore at Kilkerran Bay, 

B>ll a 
- — MeMRge from the Sea, 8/9 /— 16 ; 8 ft— 18 

; 10/— la/e 0-14/6 <-19 / fi6~^B /■ - " 

Hissing Vosaels, 8> g /—9 j a d—U ; 10/ 

-IS/ VJ—2ajWd—223 7J—16J8 i— 5 » 



I'rowse (Cominaniler) Beport of Loss «f 

Life near Wick in lK7e, 23 / 7 /" 

- Hecovtry of Sunken Vessels, Lecture on, 
2e> 6 e 

> a Hover at Sea, 19 m 7 « 

ItuBsiitn Ships of War, I /6 t 

Shanghai Sleani NaviKalion Company, Sale 

of the ( 'hiiMwe Merchants' Cumpany. IT j S d 

Shipping Intelligence, in nwry duy't pnptr 

Shi|>* Hi (he i'oris, Uffldal lleturn, 20j 7/ 

the &'tnt. Note about, \0 i 6 / 

Stranding of the ^nn Utanilnnd, in BnffiJo 

River, Offiinal Inquiry, 13/9 f 

of ihe AiKtri^ut. at Senbrighl, 28 j 8 n 

of the .4nui> Gi-if. at I lietuo. 26 j 6 d 

of the Bttttmtr, Official Inquiry, b f 6h 

—16 /■« 6 

of the Franronin, at San Bias. 23 flf 

of the GVai^rou'. intheKiTeTMaBB,'24j6« 

of lhe/i/a,Bt Brighlon,ll > 10/- 12 / 9/ 

of Ihe/fAurMAoS Waterlord, 2SjBil 



8/6/ 

of Ihe Singnport, 6f7 a 

the Tiher, Abandoned at Sea, 2 ; 10 e 

United Sutes Merchant Shiiiping Retams, 

G/Tc 
UnscawoTlhineas of tlie Richord and Wil- 

Unseaworihy Ship, the Ogmort Brought 

Back to Tort, 12/ 1 1 e 

Keleaseof [hcUriginalrreoImprisoaed 

for Not Sailing, 12/ U e—lQ fat 

the Ad JVnme. 27/B t ' 

Un(«ftworilir Ships. Note en. 2S n 4/ 

Ihe I^Ma^aarif. Raiting of , 21! > 6 ■?- 6 f 6b 

— 24/-|l,/-l'8/6n— 14 »«a. -almlOd 

Vessels Aground, 10 i' 10/ 

jMn6» Wrecks 

Shipbuilding, Lloyd's Kegisler of, 31 / 7 ft 
Shore (Rev. JameH] Cue of EccleiiMlical Pro- 
secution, 80j 12 e 
Siberia by Sea, 26 j 8 f~6 fhf 
Sibley (Marj)on Ihe ru/imioB. 31 J * /■ 
Sidly. Steps to Secure Fublie Security in, 12^' 6 e 
Sldeboiham (Joseph] Aniline Coloura io Art, 4 

J 11 rf 
SideTett\ rho^ops.^'hj.^'ii k J 
Silbei LAi^\i\. ConiV''''^7 , \t wv Ti t 
Silk Criai* in l-5>>n», \i> f ^ t 



S'l 



i'ai.mkk's iNWEx lo "iiiK TiMKa" xKwsrAriit, 'J.in. 1 Wi 

> 



yilkwurni Culiu e N«»U« ;i1mjiii. tl / 8 r 

Mlkwurms, KngL«li. Mr. rui»b'« Liciure on, 2G 
joe 

• ii» Tran^ifu. 11 i 7 e 

SilviT. M.inufjiciuroil. Heavy Duly. Tropoaal to 
Aboli^h. 24 m 13 a 

Siiuuii (John) Jcw8 in Roumanin, 18766 

on the Jf ws in Servia, <* / 6 / 

Simple Conviision. 21 / 10/ ' 

SinipHon (Hev. U. J.) on the Outrage on Vice- 
Consul Duvul. lM /*4 d 

Sinj^cr and C'umpoi^er—Titiens and Crouch, 5 
/tie 

Sister Ropii' lies, 27 ;/i A d 

Skating Uinkti and Music, o ; ] I h 

Slade .^Vice-Adm.) on the Races of Turkey, l(j 

(Dr.) Probable Return to America. 1 m 5 / 

Memoiial of Spiritualists to Government, 



\)j 10 



Middlcfiex M»igi«if rntes on his Case, 3 m 4 e 
Prosecution, Letter to the Prosecutors, 



2 /'9 /• 

Very 111. 5/9/-7/l2a 



SlaMghtered Animnls the Last Object S«en by, 

Imprinted on iho Eye of, 7 m 5 a 
Slave Circulars. 10/9 /' 

Case Not Noted in, 2G / 4 a 

Trade of Egypt, Suppression of, 5 / 5 /— 

27 /5d 
Slavery in Cuba, 1 6 m 5 d 

in Egypt, 9 ; 9 / 

Small ( hnnge— a Swindle, 19/ 4 n 

Pox. Deputations to Government on the 

Epidemic, 13 ; 7 c— 30> 10 « 
— — — and Chatham, 30 m 5 d 
— — East London Hospital for, iS ; 12 r 
■ Hospital m Agar Town for Non-Pauper 

Patients. 23 ; 9 / 

at Isle worth, 31 in 5 e 

at Hyderabad, 2j of 

in the Ule of Thanet, No Cases Now, 24 



J lie 



at Lake Winnepeg the Most Terrible 
Outbreak Known, 2 m U) f 
Letters about, \9 j \0 e 

Meeting of the Asylums Board on, 17 7 



8 6—12 / C« 

at Guildhall on, 10 / 1 1 a 

of the Hampstead Vestry about, 13^ 9 « 

Meetings about, 23 i 9 f 

New Hospitals for, SI j dj 

Dr. Stevenson on. '9; 6 « 

Notice to Occupiers of Factories and 



Workshops al.out, 2/9 /* 

No Case in Shoeburyness, 26 7*5 € 

Official Circular about, 6/9/ 

Ordar to Wsinfect, 14/12 o 

Protests against Establishing a Hospital 



at Limehouse. 2 / 9y 

. — in St. Giles's, 1 ./ 11 d--2 i 11 A— 3 / 6 e 

in St. Luke*s, Parochial Circular, Bj II f 

in West Derby. 16 / II /" 



SmjUJ Pox am) Fever in London, Report of the 
Uomerton Asylums Committee, 2j 4/— 4 3 12 

' 'C-Bosff-arth) Tn/fctfon or Coercion, 2i r i ^ 



I 



Smith(Kev. B. Fj Unseasonable Wea'htr. 2/ lOc 

^ Rov. (;. L.) 00 Lady Smith ilie Centenarian, 

8/(J/ 
((\)llingwuod) on Art and Our Hospitals, 

25 ; <;/ 

((ieortfe)on OurCaiiHl Population. ??0; 10 a 



(Goldwin) Pi\»teclioni>m in Canada, 2d w 7 / 

vG. R.) on Railway Fares, Sj 7 d 

(.fiinie.-*) oil Gentlemen Htlps, 2 /* 12a 

(Professor) aid the Frea Church College, 

19> 10* 

(S.) on Canada. 31 w 11 o 

(Sodi-n) on the Old MHsters, \Gjie 

[ Wm.) Bequest of Paintinfrs, &c. to the 

Souih Kensington Museum, \0 m i e 
Smuggling at Gibrnltar. 9 m 10 r 
Snow. House at Alta Buried in. 27 fS c 
Social Science Assoclition — Spelling Reform, 6 

Societe Francaise de Bienfaisance, Annual Bal\ 

16/ 9/ -20/6 « 
Financiere de Paris, Shareholders Meeting, 

29 »i 5 c 
Society of Antiquaries. 19 ?« 9 f 
of Arts, lA-riiures at. 22 /6 </— 6 mAdkf 

—9 m 4 A— 28 w! 6 /— 3,»< 8 c— 17 /« 12 6—23 

m 12 b— 29 m 12 a 

Lectures on Pure Air. 12 f VI a 



(Piazzi) on Greenwich Time, 23/4/ 

— Lecture on the Laws of Health at, 27 I'Sd 
on the Penal Code, 8 /'3 c 

Mr. Viuceni'd Lecture Deferred from 111* 



ness, 21/12r 

on Ventilation at. 2 /*4 « 



— — for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Month- 
ly Meeiing. 6/ 11/ 

of Telegraph Engineers, Meeting. 26 / 3 / 

Sole. Turners and Knight, on the Foreiim and 
Colonial Government Trusts, 22 fl a— 24 / 10 6 

Solid Water — a lecture by Professor Guthrie, 
19 /•12a 

Solly (Rev. H.) Lecture on the Political Educa* 
tion of the People, 29 w 1 2 a 

Solicitor in a Workhouse, 6 fii e 

Solicitors, Application for Admission. 67 4/ 

J^'orby ( — ) Lecture on Meteorites. 12 m 10 b 

Sound and Light, a Lecture at South Kei|>ing« 
ton. *2j e 

Sleep— the Poppy in the Laurian Mines, 2i 

yii/ 

South Kensington, Exhibition of Art Needle* 

work at. 16 mi d 
Lectures at, 2jB e— 30 j 4 /— 20 /5 e— 

12 m 10 6 

Schools of Art, Princess Louise Distri- 



butes the Prizes, 22 /* 1 1 y 

William Smith's Bequest to, 16 mA 4 



Soa Islanders, Immigration Returns, '» m 4 c 

Southsea Defective State of the Dramage of, 3 f 
4 / 

Southwell (T. M.) Circular to his Former Credi- 
tors Enclosing Checks to P<iy their Debta in 
Full, 20; 11/ 

Sovereign's Councillors. 17 ; 6 a 

Spackman^s ^\ii\\%\\(i% ol '!k^^ Com^^aniet and 
Foreign 'Loivw^ ^ti>\\vl\\V QvkX \>wwv% >^wi "^^ v\ 



SPADI:— 

Aniiieaty to lieCiiga^", 2-i ft d 

AlavA (^uiQiniMiun in Conference. 10 m 5e 

- Arn?at«(Irui>afHFri«lt. 25 i o t~-29 j 5 e 
Bisciiyan Nevsgiapers Forbidili'n tci l)i»cu«( 

the \mw Relative lu the Fucrur. rj jae 

Burmeie Ambiudailurs lli^reived by the 

Kiag. l5;Ua 

Carli"! <'hii-(« Civi: in ilu'ir AUegiaDM to 

tbe KtnK. 2;< u, :. ,■ 



and Ctiin. 
- Cortes ~> 



Spo 



Spun Iter— I^evees, 2M /9/ 

SpeclJicle Malu-Ta Coioiiany, Dinner at, 2i/^J 

Spelling Ittiunn, (S / U t 

S|ucer (Henry} on the FhiUdelphia and Reading 

HailwHJ, 2hi(i a 
SpiuM, ^tate of Trjile in. 4 ;' T d—6 i 7 e— 10 ; 6 

c— ilj 7 c— la i 7* — I7j 7c— 18/ 1 J—aj 

6(-i n d—f.n f—\f>nf-'i2 n f~\ m 

6 /■— S'w e c- 15 w B/-ai in H r—i9 hi 7 * 
Spinoia. Bicuiitenai'y Ctlibracionof, :i8/3 



uiional Guarantees I 



31) m a / 
Spirit MeJlui 



— Proiecu 



J'rocei-diiijH of. 5 ; B rf — fl ; 5 e 

Kiiyal Decree DisalloniDg tbe Senate, ; 

CuurtNewa, ISm 3e— 17«t T«-19mea I 

fete of the Kinj;. H j a h 

llealihof limliii.g. l;l /Ss ' 

the King Meen Ins Mullier at Seville, ZS ; 



I, lu/u d—nj 

ea about, iij 7 a 



Spiriit. Bottling in Bond. Kelt 

Uelura uf Cuiilunipiiim oi, 1 1 m i> f 

S^lit^NlUt^ .Metriiiiguf ihi Council of British 

to I'ruteat against the Kutiew d sUda froie- 
cuiion. -if* a 

HudderslieU Chsc, a 



MoTementK of the King. 17 


ad 


— - Review by thu King, it t 5 




Admiral Seymour Give* a 


lUnquet to 


tbe King, ae «i 6 t. Iwo iMi.ej 




Tour of the King la /* a— 


23f5b~U 


/■ o d~M /D t-l in 5 «-a « 10 


,—5 « 6 «— 


8 « 5/— il n 4 c-lf) » 3 d—li ,„ 


5 f-l3 » 4 


*— I3«5<-I5 « f r— i:«r J 


-:i3 « 4 t— 


24 m 7 4-^6 m 5 e— ^U m H a 








Uiitufbance. iu Upper Arago 

Don Carlos at Rusttliuk. 27 J 


, &c., 13> 5 


^d 


Ekutioiis. 8/5 «-lil fo c 




tjtradiiiou Trenly with tlie L 


niled Stales, 



; SpoiHaneL.U3 1 

\ SPOfiTINa mtELLIOEN'OE :— 

I AniericnnTurf, Iti/a/ 

I -~— Aihleilu S{t.irta, AinnleurChampioiutiip at 
Lillio Uridgc. ill m 7 o— 1'7 m i2 I. 

C«iiibridxe University Club, 13 « lOf 

I ill Kgypi, 17/10/ 

GerrnHn Uyninaslic Sociu'v. 16 m 10 e 

: Oxforil University Club Vi m U> a 

] and Cumbriilge, a^'M 11 b-H m 13 < 

[ Auleuil aieepleehasB*, ]2 fT /—^f> / li e— 

2Hf 111 /— ii w 8 o-a H. 10 6—12 hi 10 o— I'J 

j Billi^rdfl. Oxford II. Cambridge, 17 m 12 c 

IIu\ing. VVrvsi!ii;c unci ltieyrlin<;. Annual 

Meeting >tt Lillie Bridge Gruundd, li m (i e 



the Irarnr. But Suspended for a Month. 7/ j 

it \ 

— Military ConBcription, S/o/— 6 w 5/ ' 

Minialerisl ChnngM, 12 ; 5 </ I 

UiscellaneuHS News, U f i>tj-29t5f— 19 i 

fhj-2\\j H b ' 

th» J/n'fU'iW'iBuriilliyiheruliiini. I.1;(!'i ; 

Mnnicipuifclteiioiia, fc'rBeJuuiiofaeSeoureJ, \ 

IjBd I 

National Debt. 3/5/ I 

New Doekaat Caruigena, the Corner Stoiio .' 

Laid by the King. 2ii i •'• <• 

trefeci of Madrid Uieniissed, C fSd 

fiopoKd Koyul Tour, C i I :; i- I 

- Stale o[ tiiege in Old Casule Abolishud, 3 i 



■IVii 



Stopping, lie.^. 



CI Ihe IJ^ngiiie Drii 



Cainhridgeihire and Itoyal Hunt Sleeple- 

dtuses. 18 w 1 1 / 

I huBier. II.; 12 h-iiij 10 6-31 j 12 a 

Conseti Riice Meeiinu, » j -i d 

■ieUet-Twiiriiimiiil ro W. G. Gr;i.-r, the 



Ch .11 



- in 



la. 1/U 



s iiei: 



Ji/5 



■/•.t 



2i./ 



3/-4U 



— EiiKl'sh t'ennl r. Auekl.ind Team o/of 
i-.Biilhrsl Eleven. 8j tit 

... t-Hntert.ury Team. 5 w .'./ 

— B. Get-long lileveii, 10 j a < 
e, Mell'i.uniu I'lleveii. 2 J 5 e 

— r. New aoaiit Wuka Fifteen, 13 m 5 / 

i: 'rnrB^iii'd Tei'iin. 17 /'S « 



Spanish Ariaatla, Belies of, Sent to Vini 

Caitle. a n. < 
Sparro«i, Migration of, 31 in 3 T 
Dpeaker't Dinnera, I m 9 f '2 m 10 d—B m 

—15 M laa—TiMiVr 

f'afcfi wWen Leaving the 



- Epnoiu— Derby, l"i.' 
Klin, llijo./ 



I Hot 



i 12 6—31 






Spo 



»• 



PALMEU S IShEX To "Til!: TiMKs' NKWSIAI'KK. 



[Jan. lU) 



Sporting Intelligence Cffnftnued). 

Fox Hunt at Llantwit Major, 19 ; 9 « 

Grand National Hunt Meetinf? at Gotten- 

hani, 14 /« 8 r — 15 m 7 f 

Father of the French Turf —Thomas Car- 
ter, 30 m 3 f 

Great Turf Swindle, 26 ; 3 A 

H. M. Staghounds, Meet at Stonar Park, 28 

m 9 e 

Hunting Appointments, 6 7 12 6— 13 7 12 d 

—20 ; 12u— 27/ 6 /— 11 / 10 e— 17 fhf-2\ 
/12 a— 3 w :i/— 12 m 4 A- 17 w 12 c— 31 m 
1 c 

in the Floods. 15 i 12 cr— 8 f \i h 

New Vlaj}ter|r}f the Callistock Uonnds, 26 



fn) f 
— Kingsbury S*eeplechases, Notes on the 

Disgnicef ul Doinifs at, 3 j 3 ^ 

Notes on Victims, nj 11 f—21 3 6 «— 29 

j 10 d 

about, 31 /6/*— 8//i5/ 



— Lincoln Spring Meeting, 20y 12 a— C6 ; 10 
6—19 wi 10 a— 20 m 8 6—21 w 10 c— 22 m 11 
a- 26 m 7 a 

— Liverpool Spring Meeting, 6 ; 12 a — 20 / 12 
fl— 26 i 10 6—19 m 10 a— 22 m 11 6—23 m 10 
a— 24 m 1 2 c— 26 m7 a 

— Newmarket Craven Meetine, 6^ 12 a — 26 7' 
10 6—31.7 12 a 

J-Irst Spring Mtotinpr. 6 / 12 -^r 

Second Spring Mewling. 6 / 1:^ a 

Partri«'ge and Pheaa;int iShjofini; i" Scot- 



12 c— 19 //« 10 6 
Suburban Races and the Magistrates, 26 j 

lOrf— 16/12 6— 19/9 c 

Sonth Country itunt Meeting, \ f 9 f 

Tatter j^airs, 2 ; 6 e-9> 5 rf— 16 j 5y— 23 / 

6 c— 30; lOri— 6/*10(/— 13 / 8 e/— 20 /* 12 a 

—27/ 12 a— 6 m'S c— 13 m 11 J -19 m 10 6— 

27 m 12 6 
Turf Reciprocity, 19 / 6 a— 20/ 12 a— 7 m 

8 rf— 20 w 4 « 

University Boat Race, 12/11 6—17 / 5 rf— 

2278 a— 25; 12 6—6/3 (f— 8 /4 6— 12/7/ 
— 14 /"4 c/— 20/4/— 26/* 10 /'—6 m 10«-7w 
5 /— 8 m 8 </- 9 m 8 c^— 10 m 12 6—12 m 8 a— 
;3 w< 8 6—14 M«»rf— 16 in 12 q — 16 w 10 c— 17 
n, 12 6—19 m 12 ci— 20ot 8 (/— 21 m 10 «— 22 m 
10 6—23 «j 12 a— 24 m 7/— 26 /#< 8 a— 28 m U 
</— 29 m 6y 

Chess Match, 24 m 6 e 

Vi^sjnet Rnoeit, ]6 m 1 r 

VjctorJH RHcing Club, 16 j 3 h 



land. 3/6 '/ 

- Polo and its Dangers, from Landnnd Water, 
9j4a 

Prize Fight at Nortlifleld, between Norton 

and Nyland. 10/5 ^ 

Queen's Plates, Note about, 5 w 8 a 

Rabbiting, 6; 11 c 

Riicktts— Oxford and Cambridge, 29 m 5/ 

Public School Matches, 29 m 5/ 

Rowing Match for the Newcastle Daily 

Ckrouu'le Challenge Cup, 20 m 8 c 
Scullers Race— Spencer r. Clasper, 17 m 



Sporting Intelligence (rontinued). 

U ild Honr Huiit in Warwickshire, 8/6 a 

Yachting in Ernest, Mr. Brassey't Sunfttam 

at Yokohama, 6 /' 12 a 

Arrangements of the Metropolitan Clubs, 



31 M 76 

New Thames Club, 26 ; 10 6 

International Regatta, 17m 12 e 



Spring Valley Coflfee Company, 27 j 7 e 
Spurgeon (Rev. C. H.) lUnesss of, 14 m 8 a 
Stabbing of Three Men at Brailes. 6 m 10/ 

Serious Case of. in Pimlico, 12 m i d 

Stafford- House Fund, Note about, 17 j 10 e 
Staffordshire Church Defence Association, Meet- 
ing. 3I7 6 r 

Stage Decorum, from the Theatre^ IJ 9 f 

Bp. Fraser on, 3 /" 9 « 

Stanley Dean) on Milton, 1 m 4 / 

Farewell Address to the Students of St 

Andrew's Univerj^ity, 19 m 4 d— 19 m 10 « 
Star of India. Api>ointments to, 31 j 8 a 

New. Creations. 3^ 6 c 

Life Assurance Society, 8 m 6/ 

State Canvassers, 3 ; 8 a 

Statistics of Lifc>, 14 / 4 e 

Sttcl, the Future of, a Lecture, 12 m 4 « 

Sti-ntor Distanced, 28 /'6 6 

Stephen ^^Sir James) on the Penal Code, 8/3 c 

Stevenson (Dr. James) on Smnll Pox Hospitals, 

19 I :>e 
SiilliUiin V W. J.) on the Conference. 15 i 10 c 

on En.rl;inil mwl the Slav Question. 7/4/ 

(laai Britain and the Pone, 8/ 8 a 

Jealousy t)f Russia, 22/8 6 

on Moiilenegro. 26/4/ 

lieasons Why Montenegro Demands Nik- 

sech, 26 ;« 6 « 

on Russia and Herzegovina, 23/7 « 

on the Turco-Montenegrin Conference, 19 



-— West Drayton Races — Application for a 
Sp/'r/i License —Jie/used. 30 } IL 

JOO ' -^ 



m 12 6 
Stirling (Mrs.") Speech at the Dramstic Fund 

Festival. 15 / 6 / 
Stock Exchange Grievances, Notes about, 28 m 

10 6—29 m 7 a 
Ctnsure of a Member, 17/10 /"— 27 / 7 a— 

30; 7</-:ii ; 7 a— 3y 7 a— 5/ 7 a 
Elections, 7 y 7 6—8 / 7 a— 9 / II 6—19/ 

7«— 20/*6a 

Gambling on, 24 m 13 o 

New Resolutions Adopted, 80 ; 7 « 

Proceedings in Parliament about, 22 at 6 a 

/-•Jii 
Ir. Inj 

Report, 27 m 10 a 

Securities Allowed to be Quoted, 8/76 

Settling Day, 26 ; 7 6—6 / 7 6—19 / 7 

22 / 7 6-0 m 7 6—13 w 11 a— 21 m 6 6 
Temptation Pamphlet to Gambling in, 17 

/ 11 r 
Stocks, Foreign. State of, in tvtry daift P^'^ 
Stocker (Dr. Sher*vood) on Infectious Dieeaaes, 

8;6rf 
Stolen Bonds— a Query, 16^ 7 « 

Note about, 19 / 7 a 

Stone \V . W..^ otv \\\<i ^\fi.tvtiflc Apparatus Loan 
> CoWeeAwTV. ^ i ^ W 



—23 m 6 fi— 26 m 7 /— 28 w 10 6 
— Rc-Election of Mr. Ingell, 26^ 6 d 




INIIKX TO THK '* T1MK8 " NEWSrAPKR. 



fititchej (Lt. G«n.) Lecture on tk-ienliac Geo- 
graphy. IS fa 

( Siuhiird) rjcliine VVme in Bengal fi j 9 f 

Slnhmi (Alex, J <in the Cunlempornry H-fieir. IG 



Stnnd Building Companjr, AoduhI MeeliDK, 15 

Biratford (1« Redcliffe .Lord) un the Ewtera 

QuetUoD, 2/6<i 
Str«et (Q. EOonCimmimuni. Ji) 10 b 
Sued NoiMQKtuure, i/ fi /— 9 i II d—Mjlf 

— l-iflib 20/6<— 2C/7 6— 6iii4/~Wm 

4 t—26 m 9 / 
STSEET TRAKWATS:— 

Aigeotinp, 14 w 10 c 

BarcelouH, 23 ) 7 rf-5 f 7 rf— 15 ■ ll A 

DucliB. a) / 7 d—Sn'd 

Edinburgh, ;iOj 7 rf—i!4 J 7« 

NoWi on the Aclion. 18/8 i— IT / 

5/"— 17 /lie 
Liabun, Trial about, les Civil Actioh, 

Twrrau V Grant 

Urerioil and Ownibn* CoroiMiny, 22 /" 7 e 

London Street. ItOj 7 t/— 27 / 7 e— 1/7 e— 

20 / 6 r— 9 a, 6 b 

North Metropolitan, 19 / 7 «— 26 i'l e-T f \ 



Streeter lE. W.) Prspmal to Abolish Ifae Heavy 
Uuiy on Hanudiuturtrd Silver, ii m 13 a 

ol Alp'icultural Labourera, in fierklhire, 3 

ot Barriatera, at CiirliBle, ;' G if 

Bricklayeri and Terra-Cotla fixera, 13 j 

13 e 

of the Buildera, in CamRrvonnhirf, 30 « 7 c 

o/ I'dUien, at Autnr.jfton. ti j 10/ 

— at tbe Cotton MilU, at Loth. 22 i fl /* 

■ of tbe Lngini'ers, on the Grand Trunk 

Kailway ot Canada. I / 3 /'— 2 j a d—'ij i d— 

*J8<(— IMjlii— SU;*/ 

*f the HitAona. at Wandavorth, 6 m 12 a 

of the Turkiah Poac and Telegraph Ufflcers, 

19«fic_2t) -ibh 
and Lock'Uut of the China-Cluy Laboureri, 

Threatened of Membera of Cluha, Not to 

Deal with Tradeamen in Pall MaU till Wood 
tareinent it Laid IJown. ti/« ft— 7,/ 10 b 

>t«rKe (Edmund) on tlie Egyptiaii blare Trade, 
6/11 < 

lotmaaion to tbe Britiah Crovn — Rt-mote Coa- 
tiiige-cies, lti/9 ; 

loM CattaL Me Cuial 

iugar. State of the Market. 8j7e—4i7d—Sj 
1 r—HjT e~10j6c—H J 7 C—12J 7 a~U j 
7c-l8J7/—l9jT_c-Wj 7/— 24 J 7 /-23 



7rf_a /-Tt-l /-7c- 8/7/"— 10 rTr~H f 
\0r—\af7 /■— l«/l()/— l7/"ll/-21/l;.'e 
—■i-i f 7 f~Ti I 10 A— 2* f\Ot-iSf\»l-~\ 
ia6/-iM Gb—3m l\} f-7 m 10 *— *S » B c— 
9 « 6 /— 10 m 7 /■-!« «, 6/— 1« in S /■— 17 »8 
6-21 »i B /— 22 m 7 /— 23 m G t— 24 « 13 e— 
28 in 10 r— 29 m 7 A— aO m 5 rf 
Bugar Conference in Paris aliout. l3j5r-2*jT 
0-2 /9 /-a/6d-6 n c-S fit-^ibh 
-15/6 r— 26/5 u— H m G (—9 m B </ 

Offida) Replies to Deputations on Trade in, 

29i>i7< 

ihp Etienne Refinery Closed. for Wunt of 

the Haw Material, f! f 5 e 

the Groter, un ihu Slate of the Market, 8 j 

ISA 

Note about. 29 m 7 o 

■ Itepty of the Engliah Sugar Relinert to the 

Fariaian Qoveriinient. 24 / T « 

Text of the CuDTention Agreedon.2Gin Go 



the /.oaf*/ on the Returna of . 30 m 4 « 

of Krederii'k Aahdowrie. by Poison, 20 j 6 h 

of Baruo Bartti, the Geologist, atLoacida, 1 

/5« 
of Emmit Bownea, Foumj in the Ashton 

CanaL with her Child. 27 j S 'f 
of Geo. Catch, on titc Gtent Wealem TUil- 

way, 27 fhi. 
of Cnarlea Colling. Ihe Engineer of Ilia 

Lakuahore Itailwxy. 15/4 c/ 
of Henry iai. John Dagnell, by Poisun, 20 j 

6/. 

of .Mdjiir S. GoaJ, at Simlft, 9 ; 4 o 

..f Jan.' 6 Gobey. at Findilu}-, 2/ 12 b 

of Bo.nh Greenwood, in Prison, 10 m If 

of ihe IJowsgcr Cuuntesa Howe, 31; 5 / 

of Frederick Jonea, a I'risoner in Oxford 

County (Jaol, 3 / C 6 

uf If^niund Kennedy, who Shot himself, 22 



~2Tj7 



,7f-~-i/7d-~ij 



fit 

of Edw. Leidermann, by Sliooling, 20j G !• 

of Alux. Goo. Lewliiglon, by Foison. 19 / G/ 

of Emily Mary Ann Liveaey. at Daltton, 

19/ 5 < 
of n Man, from the Thames Embanknienl, 

23 J 5 .: 
of i\n. Marshxll, after Attempting to Mur- 
der her Two Children. 9 m 10 6 

of Henry Mntber. by Shooting. 20 j G 6 

of Alphon!e.MeuTii'e.intheThiinies.22/5< 

of (i^-o. Perks. Crushed to Death by his 

Tliro>iinK himself before a Steam KoUer at 

Uinuinghnm. T « 5 rf 

of Sarah Sanderson, at Leeds, after I'oisoQ' 

. Ing her Child, 5 iii G b 

of Mr. Slienser. of Spring Grove, 20.) 9/ 

of Neptune Henry Slagg, by Drowning in 

a Water Buit. H / S /' 

of Samuel Utting. of Camden Town, -ij 6 f 

Attempted of laaacMilson. in B]ith,2a>5/ 

of Mary Bogera. at Salford. 29 j 9 /" 

SuUivanCA. M.) on Irish Ptiww*,'!.^ «%\. 
Suraalra, D\iU\> NV»t va.W j a A 
SumpiuHTj taBWit«\,\ i\Q f -n- -t 

tiuixltiy HesX lot Vuslmen, ^\p«V\^l *'*- v.-"^' 

li:im hVhuh, Ti/o J .j^>^ 



Sa^ 



TALMER's IXUT»X to *' TIIK TIME6 *' NEWSPAPKR. 



[Jan. I i» 



Sunken Rocks. Note on, 1 7 1 1 d 

Superfluous Ilosjjitalitj — Foreign OflScers Visit- 

injj Arsenals. \ j Ct ri 
Superstition in Norf(.lk. 13/11 c 
Supplementnry KstimafeH. 24 /lOe 
Surjjeons, College of. Hanqnet to the Hunterian 

Orator and his Hoval Auditors. 15 fn d 

Addition^ to the Museum of, \^ m 8 c 

Surrev Bourne "NN aicr, t> / G « 

SUSPENSIONS :- 

Bank of London, Notes about, 6/7 h — 10 / 

6a— ll>7a 
Banque Franco-IIollandaise, 4 ; 5 c— 5 j 6 

c— 31/5 c 
Bowdlcr and Cliapper, Shipbuilders, on the 

Mersey, 22/9 /* 
Chartrou Pere, Fils et Monnier, of Lyons, 3 

;7a 
Eglington. George, of the Deepfitld Iron 

Company, 1 7 m 8 c 

Foster, Jas.. of Birmingham. 31 /9 / 

Joseph P.. of Birtningha-n, 1 / 5 / 



Greener, Thomas, of Darlington. 29 m 7 a 

Ilelstim Banking Company, 1 / 7 « 

Orleans- Kouen l?ailway. 23 woe 

Parker, Samuel Gilbert, of Nottingham. 13 

ySe— 26 w 7 c 

- Plant, Bros., (Limited) of Birmingham, 27 
w If 

Shirley John, of Sheffield. 23 m 6 A 

Snow, Taylor and Shtrwell, of Bristol, 1 1 j 

9e 
" Sweating System,** Deputation to Government 

a1)0Ut. 17 m 12 d 
Sweden .- — Opening of the Bigsdag, 18 / 5 e 

l5ills Proposed, 18 ; 5 « 

Koyal Speech. 22 / 6 a 

Statistics of, 3/11 /— 4/ 5 « 

l?winburne (John) No Transvaai Republic But 

South A^fricon Republic, 10 / 9 / 
Swindling — Mr. Fisher and bis Dressing Case, 
2»i i 6 e 

Woman with a Cancer. 26 / 6 c 

Swinyard (Thos.) on the United States Direct 

Cable, 1/7 '» 
Switzerland:— Company Formed to Unearth the 
Village of Tlurs Overwhelmed in l(il8, 22> 5/ 

Exi>ort Returns, 26 ; 6 rf 

Internationalists ])emonstration in Berne, 

19 m 6 a 

Inundptions in. 15/5 d — 16 f't d 

and the l^hil:idel[)hian Kxhibiiion. 27 m 5 /* 

Synions (S.) on the Stock Exchange ScamUe, 5 

Syria, Cookers Excursion in, SO fd f 

T. 
Tailors, Official Interview on the ** Sweating 
System." 17 w \2 d 

Journeymen, Meeting of the Birmingham 

Trades Council about, 6 /*7 e 

( onference in London, 23 m 4 « 

Talixinnn, Complaint of the Widow of the Chief 
OfBi er of. Murdered in Peru, 31 j 4 / 
Ta/Zotr, Stare of the Market, 2 j 1 b—Aj 7 rf— 6 
'/re— 8 J 7 cf—i)/ 7 if— 10 f 6 c— 1 1 j 7 c— 12 1 \ 
7^^/.9j 6V- J 6' J 7 .'- i 7 J 7 r~ 18 / 7 f-^LM) > 



7 7 /*— 23 / 7 ^/-24 / 7 /'— 26 i 6 «— 27 7 7 «— 
.SO / 7 r/— 1 f7 </— 3 / 7 «— 6 f 7 e— 7 f 7 e—S 
/ 7 f—\0 ^ 7«— 13/lOr/— 14 / 10 c— 17 / 11 
</— 20 f(i i/-21 f V2 c— 22 /'7 /— 23 / 10 /»— 
24 /* 10 «!--27 /' 10 «— 28 / 10 6—1 m 6 f—2 m 

6 h—'6 m 10 /*— 6 m 10 d—7 m 10 A— 10 m 7 / 
— 13 m 1 1 r/— 15 m 6 /— 16 »< 5 f—\7mS 6— 
20 w 10 //-21 wi 6 /"— 22 m 6 /— 23 m 6 6—24 
m 10 c— 27 m 10 c— 28 m 10 c— 29 m 7 6-80 
m 5 d 

Tangier— Outrage of a Spanish Armed Boat to 

the Amtisftes. 9 / 7 < 
Tanners, Conference of, at Bristol, 8 w 5 /* 
Tapioca. State of the Market, 25 / 6 •—-15/7/ 
Tasmania. Customs Receipts of. 16 ro 9 /" 
Tavlor (Henry) Free Trade in the Colonies, 23 

(John) on the American Railway Market, 

9/11 e 
Tchemayeff (Gen.") Ovation to, at Prngoe, iJlj 6 

b — 15 i 5 rf— 18 ; 5 « 

Movements of, 18j 5 c— 20>5 6—2/9 f 

on the Servian Army. 24 /'7/-27/5 d 

Takes a House in the Isle of Wight, 5 f9f 

Tea, State of the Market, 8/7 e— 17 / 7 c— 24> 

7 t—7f7c-}hf7f—22 fTf—X m 6 /-8 « 

6 r— 16 m 5 /— 21 m 6 6—22 m 6 /— 24 m 13 c 
—29 m 7 b 

Conference about. 10 / 6 / 

Diliverit'S from Bonded Warehouses, 3j 7 

a_10/6A-17 i7 h-U j 7 c— 31 >7<i— 7 f 

7 6-21 / 12 6—28 / 10 6—7 wi 10 6—14 m 10 
6—28 m 10 6 

Pure, Mr. Ruskin Retires from Trading in, 

15 / 6 c 

Tiphook Company, Q f7 d 



Teachers' Association, Annual Confe'^ence, 13 j 
7 </— 15 ) 6 6— 16i 3 «-19> 9/— 23 ; 9/ 

— Tniiiimg and lii'gist ration Society, Inau- 
gural Meeting. 5/ 4 ^ 

Teaching by Example, 19 *n 4 c 
Technical Education, Bricklayers' Classes, Dis- 
tribution of Prizes. 17/4/ 

Cookery, 12 w 11 / 

Telegrnins, Proposal to Revive the Sixpenny 
Charge. 5 w 8 6 

Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Com- 
pany. 7 A 7/— 20/6 A— 24 fb e 

Stamps. Issue of Higher Values, 27/ 8 a 

TELEGRAPHS :— 

and the Snow, 13 m 10 f 

Mt\»\, Damage Done to by Storms, Si 6 6 

Anglo- American, 6^7 a — 16 j 7 c— 2/7 6 

—10/7 //&r— 20 w? 10 6 
Reduce their Tariff, 24 / 10 a 

Baltimore and Europe, 10/5 c — \ij 5 6 

Cable Expeditions, 5 m 6 </ 

Central, Annual Dinner. 5 f7 b 

Cuba Submarine, 1 / 7 d—o / 5 /"— 8 /" 7 e 

Direct Spanish, ! 7 m 8 «/— 28 m 10 rf ' 

Dominion and Direct American, 25 7 6 6 — 

30>7 6— 2y 7f 

Eastern, 19 7 7 e— 26i 7 « & rf— 17 /ll c— 

29 w 7 «— 30 »/ 5 6 

— GT«al ^oTvVvcra, 27 m 10 a 




Lii-bo.1 and Falmouth. 16>5 rf-l7 ; 7 * 

Medilenaneta Exientian.'i'i f'7 d—2»/ liid 

Ocain Monopoly, H' fl o--'l3 / 7 o 

FoiUl .Serrice, Dtfici't in. a* hi 6 d—2» m 0/ 

RanKOOD-Penaiig Kipedition, 16 m lU c— 

2l»,liid 
State of ShuM in Compsiiie* in mrry i/ay't 

;wp*r 
Sabmarine, 10/7(f— U/'IOi&d—Sni 10 « 

Sura to Bombay, Duplicate, 28 / 6 c— 28 / 

9/-1 ■■6e-2m 66—3 «i IUc-6ih 106 -7 
■I 5 <t-8 mbf 

United States Direct, 1 j 7 o— 9 j 7 o— 24 y 

7 /^29 / 7 a-l /7 a— 3 / 7 --6 /"T u 4 d- 

16/7 ft- 28/- 10 11—6 » 10 c— 28ifl<iu-21<n 

13n— S9M7e— lOmSa 

Weit India and Panama, 12 ni 7 6 

Weitem Dnioii, 20> 5 b 

and BnziliaD. 13; 7 a- 18 j 7 6— 29 ;' 7a 

— l/5e— 8/"7e— I n 10a 
Tek-graphic Kou. 1 f6 t 
Telegrar'hf. Duplex. 3 / 4 <1 
Telfer (J. Buchan; Ruatia and the Caucsius, S3 

jid 
Temperance Conference at Urerpoo), 19 ; 10 c — 

W)Hd 
the Gothenburg System, Debate at Biim- 

iufham on, 4 ; 4 ■ 
League. CouferenceoftheWeatern, atKew- 

b«W. 3/ 10 n 
Mr. Bright'* Speech at Rochdale on. 3j 6a 

PraclicalSubatiluleforDrunkenneai. 4/ 7b 

Tenple. Middle, Kight New bchoianhipa Kaiab- 

liibed by, \ j 1 u 
Grand Day of Hilary Term— Banquet 

to the Jndgei, &c., 26 'be 

Keadinga in. 24 ; 8 A 

- — Inner, Legal Kxaminalioni, l6/7y 

Bar. Probable l^'ate of. 27 n 4 /* 

Meaira. (JbLlda HcLeiTea Notice to Quit, 

22/7 a 

- (.'burch, Lenten Serrivea in, 12/6 c 
Tewkeabury Abbey. Beatoralion. 5 m II e 
Thackeray (John W.) on EngliKh v. French Cot- 
ton ManuCaclurera. 17 n 12 /* 

Tliamoi rhurvb Miagion. 28/8 b 

Steam Ferry Company — Public Trial of 

Ifaeir Scheoie, 17 /He 

Floodi.2 J lOi— flj Urf 4jeA4e— 6; 

6o— 6> lOa— BjlOa— 9j 10 o— lOj 10 a— 

Uj lOd— 127Bfc— 12jfia-17j lU r 
Deputation to the Home Secretary about, 

27/8 4-2 a 10/-3 m 8 c 
Duiistiona for the SuScrerl, 10 / 10 a — 

13 /So 
Hanalon House Fund. 8 ;' 10 a— 13 ; 6 f 

— 16;7«— ISyec- 18> lOr— 22 i 10<— 23j 

7 «-27 i 6 e— 2y 10 a— 18/ 10/-Ke/3 e— 7 

■I 9 f—9 « 12 a 
Heeiinga abont, 6 j 6 £— G ;' 10 n— 8j 10 

o_.»j lOo-IOjlOo— 11 / lOd— 18;10rf— 

8/-11* 
Note* about, 8 ;' 1 1 /— 4 i 6 e—6 j 6 a— 6 

j 10 «-9 } 10 a— II f 10 r~l3J e/~l5 > 7 / 

—neySeS/ 6 ii—28/6 d 
OOdal a^ort im, I m i d 



Academy of Mui-ic. Melbourne. 16^ S 6 

Albert Hall Choml Society, 3/S e 

^_ "By Crjcent Deaire," an Aoecdote by Hcrr 

Sonleg. aa / 4 /■ 

Criierioii. r< fSa 

DrNiuatic itanquet to Aid. Cotton, 10 « 7/ 

ItenKfit to Mr. Complon. 9 j 9 < - 1 9 / * 

Urecnwiuh Hua;iilal Boya at, 19/12 a 

Dukes, 12 / 9 /■ 

Dundee '1 heaire, Falae Alarm of Fire in, 

23 JO./ 

at Kaaler, 27 m 12 a 

Oaiely. ^m^c 

Mr. John Parry at, 8y 6 e 

Farewell Fund, lOy 9 / 

Globe, 9 w 4 / 

llaymnrki t, 2.5 3 9 /" 

- lier Mujeatj'a TheatK. Sale of, 27i 6 b—i 

J hf-hf'iS 

Lvceuro, 28 j 9 / 

Kichard III. kt, 1/8 o 

Olympic, IH 1 !) /— 2*3 « 4 e 

Popular ConceriB. 20 m 4/ 

Kiuhmund. 4 ~ -' 



iT.flamableOne,7/4« 



KovhI Aquxr 

Edinburi^h- the Uni 

Italian Upera, 3ii m ti 

Shakesi«Bre Uecitali by Mr. Brandram, 26 

St. Jamea'a, 9> 8 a 

Hah. Popular Concerta at. 27/4/ 

^■lage Decorum, aec Staoi 

.Vaudeville of Paria, New Comedy of M. 

Sardou. 31 i h c 

Ventilation of, 24 j II e 

Theory and I'racttce, :9 ni 4 c— 27 n 4 / 

lromfta.A,i/fi/ 

Tlierwometera at Kch-. 2I n 10 e 
'l'hiaelion-Dver(W.T.)LectureonPIantGrowth, 

&c., 29 HI 4 /- 
Thom la ^J. F,) on Ihe Indian Famine. 8/3 d 
'lliuraia ISulplicr a d Copjier Company, 26 in 7 e 
ThreHiKning Pamlleli- the Weather, 19/11 d 
Thurafifld(W.Nj„ii Infection by Kail, 10 i 10 / 
Tbii-ke i.Fraiikl Lecture on the Ventilation of 

Kooma. &c.. 2 / 4 a 
Tichbome. xa (^laihint 
— Trial. No'e about, 27 « 7 rf 
Tinne(.J. E.)on Mad Doga. 11 /11 a 
Tinioretio and Titian. Photograph Recelptaof, 

lU m 6 /' 
Titiena (Mad.) and Crouch the CompoKT in 

New York, 6 / 6 a 
Title Deuda, Notea about, 81' 12 6—5 j 10 f—% j 

Gf 
TobHgo Biota, 6/6d 
Tomb of AjameTviBm, % i\<l •— Vt j1 ">■ 
Toiab«tut\e VlifflituW^ , aee V) ».m«iax , ...^ n , 



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PALMKIl S INUEX TO " TII« TIMSS NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1^0 



Too Sugestive— Ariiciicaii New Works with Odd 

Titles. 11/11/ 
Tonbrii.ge School. No*e»» about, 17 wi 12 </— 20 w 

8 1- 
Tool h (Rev. A.) on Ecclesiastical rrosecutions, 

27; 5./ 
Torpedo Vessels in Building, 22 m 5 t 
Tower of Lomlon. Closing of the Armoury and 

Regalia for the Annual Cleaning. 22 m 10 6 

Ni'w Bridge, see New 

Subway Company. 26 /*7 rf— 27 f 10 f 

Town Council and Local Board Bill, 26^ 12 a 

Sewage 2 j lie 

Trade Circulars for 187(5, R. Tiew of. 9j 6 d 
Disputes in Lancashire, 18/ 10 f. 

and Navigation Returns of the Kingdom, 8 

m 6 a 

with Central Asia, Lecture on, 3 m 8 c— 6 

w4/ 

of India, 2\jbd 

of Russia, 23 ' 10 /f 

of Scotland in the Past Year, b j 7 € 

of the United States, 8y 3 6—24 /' 10 n 

State of, 1 j 7 «— 3 j 7 6—4 j 1 e-^h j 1 c— 

6 7 7 e—Hj 7 e— V 7 /^— 10 j^h-W ji d 12 
; 7 e— 13> 6 c— 15 ; 7 6- 16 ; 7 c— 17 i 7 6—18 
J 7 e - 19 ; 7 /*— 20 j 7 6—22 i 7 c— 23 1 7 c— 
24 / 7 £/— 25 j 6 c— "6 i 7 c— 27 j 7 /*— 29 ; 7 A 
— 30>7 A— 3iy7 r— 1 ^'7 e-2 f 7 f-^S/7 / 
— 5/7 c— 6/7 c— 7 /•6/— 8 /•7 d- 10 / 7 /'- 
12/ 7 c— 13/10 6-14/10 /— 15/'7/'— iG/* 

6 €—19 /• 7 i-20 / 6 /— 22 /* 7 e-23 / 10 /•— 
24/ 10 6—26^ 6 rf— 27 f 10 «— 28 /' 10 6—1 m 
10/— 2 m 6 e—S w. 10 «— 5 w « «— 6 «i c/— 
7m5<— 9}ii6/'— 10 m 7e— 12 m 7 e— 13 m 11 
d— 14 m 10 6—15 m 6 — 16 m 6/— 17 m 8 rf— 
19 m 7 6—20 m 10 e— 21 m 6y— 23 m 6 6—24 
m 18 (/— 26 w 7 d— 27 w 10 c— 28 m 10 c-29 m 

7 6—30 m 4/ 

Unions and the Clergy. 25 ; 10 a 

Mr. Lloyd Jones*s Lectures on, 19 m 6 h 

—22 m il c 

Outrages. 30 i 5 e 



— Board of. Notices, 3/8 c— 6 j 8 6—10 / 8 h 
—13 ; 6 fl— 247 » c— 5^7 / « o- 10 /*8 a— 14 fB 
r— 8 m 8 a— 7 m 8 c— 10 m 8 c-17 m 8/— 21 
w 8 c— 31 m 8 c 

Returns, 8/ 7 a— 8/* 7 6 



Training Ship, the Corniuervr to Replace the 

WurspUe, 2j6rf-7/12tt 
Tramways, see Strbbt 
Transvaal Republic, no such Qovemment, 10 / 

Transatlantic Hatcham, 13 ; 12 </ 
Treatturw in Spain, Fraud Perpetrated from, 21 
m 10 € 

Trore Indeed— Mouat Nebo, 30 / 6/— 6 / 

4a 
Treasury Warrants, 28 m 8 a 
Treaty of Commerce, 13/ 10 6 

Anglo-French, 1 \j 7 e 

with Austria- Hungary, 8i 9 « 

with France, Note on, 26 m 8 c^ 

Trees, Moving Large. 19 m 12 6 
Tivre/^sn (C, E.) on the Ancitui Byzantine 
^Aioaujaeiits, 24 m 12/ 

^^l^' ^^^'^^" th^HMd^m Case, 24i8a 



Trevor ;Dr. Qeo.) on Bcclesiasticai Prosecutions, 

tiy 4 a 

Personal ExpUnation, 20 / 10 / 

Profession of Peace and Quietness. 13 f^a 

Triuitv College, Dublin, Royal Commission on, 

16 «< 9 /• 
Trotter (\. P.) en the Meteor, 23 m 5 e 
Trubi^er v^N. the Well Known Publisher) Austrian 

Order Conferred on, 14 / 9 / 
Truro, the Bishop of, Designate of, 4^9 e— 8^ 

6c/-23i7c— 13m4 6 
Oi der in Council Founding the Bishopric 

of . o / 6 « 
Truth. Mr. Lewis and the Misses Terry, 9^ 9« 

Mr. Schuyler. 22 ; 8 c 

Tucker, iNew & Co., on the Carlisle- Place Or- 

phan-ige, 19/10 6 
Tudor (J. M.; New Zealand Constitution, 5 ; 12 6 
Tunis, Propc)8al to Erect into ah Independent 

Principality. 19 / 5 </ 
Turkestan, oidy Fourteen Natives Converted to 

Ch'istimity in 1875, 23; 5 6 
TUBKLY :— 
Acquittal of the Chefket Pasha, 4 1 5 6—9 

j b c 
Address to Sir Henry Elliott by English 

Residents. 25 / 5 «-26 j 5 d—Iiij 5 d 

on the Speech of the Sultan, 29 m 5 e 



— Administiation in Albania, 5 w 6 c 

— Aleppo, Di>turbHiice at arid Aggressive 
Treatment of Christians, 30 / 5 6 

— Appoint nifints, 6 fb e— 6/5c — 7j bd — 12 
/"Srf- 13 t 7 e 

— Armaments of, 3 / 10 c 

— Armenian Patriarch Complain of ♦he Turk- 
ifth LoldierM Performing the Mock Ceremony 
of baptism on a Dog, 19 //i 5 d 

— the Army. 3 ' 5 e— 5/6 c — 17/5 a — 3 m5 
</— 14 m n r— 16 m o 6—21 m 5 6—30 w 8 r 

in Bulgaria and Servia. Return of, 29 / 5 6 



Atrodtie;* of the Army, 26 m 4 <^ 

in Pozar, 27 m 5 6 

Atrocious Domgs in Vau, 3 / 5 a 



British Officers 0£fered to be Appointed to 

the Fleer. 22>5rf 

Candidates Hesigned. 13 m 5 6 

Circular to Represcnia ives Abroad, Sj5 e 

— 6 fo r— 2 m 5 e 

— t^^rete Refuses to Send Deputies to tlie 
Parliament of . 3 m 5 s 

Debt of, 3 fb h-~b fb f 

— Despatch on the False Reports about, 1 m 
5« 

Details about. 24 m 7 6 



— Disgrace and Banishment of Midhat Pasha, 
6 A5a— 7/5 o& e-8/ 6 i& </-9/ac— 10 
fb — 13/5 o & 6—14 f 6 a— 16/4 a 

— Disturbances in, 3 1 m 5 e 
in Constantinople Denied. 13/*7e 



I 



Edict Disarming the Entire Pofmlatioo, 

Contradicted. 30 /5s 

and Egypt, 30 m 8 a 

Elections to the Turkish Parliamciit, 8 m 5 

s^5m6/— 13 m 6 

for Parliament, 23/6 a 

Shon^MLTxeL VJ n\fcT% lot , %^ f ^ V 



Mar. 31,1677.] PAtM£it*s inolx to '•tkk TllllI:^'* NKWbPArKu. 



L'nc 



Turkey Ccontinueii), 

Forces of Islam, 6/4y* 

Forged Notes in, *i6 /' 6 c 

Fresh Arrests at 8tamboul, 20 /*5 o 

the Grand Viziership, S m 5 c 

and Great Britain, 6jSa 

— — the Greek Representative to the Parlia- 
ment Resigns, 6 m 5 f 

Health of the Sultan, 17/5 a— 21 /6 a— 

22/5 />, c & d^2Sj 5 «--7 moc 

Hobart Pasha on Rumours, 12 m 9 /* 

House of Othman. 22/ be 

Increase of the Army of Observation, 20 f 

bd 

Large Issue of Paper Money, 3 7 5 rf— 4 ; 

6 b — 5 j o d — \)j 6 c — l^ i 5 d 

Left to It8*-lf, 20 / 5 A 

Members of the First Turkish Parliament 

Assembling, 13 w 5 e 

Opening of, 14 m 5 e — 17 m 7 c — 20 m 5 



b&e— 21 mbak d 

— Midhat Pasha, 2 m 5 c 

andtheSultiin, 26/6A— 28/5/— 3m5</ 

Letter to the Sultan on the Eve ot his 



FaU, 20/^5 d 

Movementif in his Banishment, 1 5 / 5 <f 



-16/6 c/— 17 / 6 r— 24 / 8 A— 26 fb 6—6 m 
4 d— 26 m 5 ^—26 »i 6 1/— 28 mZd 
Reception of, in Naples, \2 mb f 

— Suece8S4>r. \h fb a 
View of the War, 20/ bd 

— Military Geography of, 20 7 10 a -24 7 10 a 

— Miscellaneous News, 9j 6 i— 18J 5 d— 2Sf 



o c 

Misgovemment. 20 m 11/ 

- — Movements of the Fleet, y ; 6 c 

- Letter from Quei'n Victoria Announcing to 
the Sultan the Birth of the Daughter of the 
Duke of Edinburg, Wjbd—llj b d 

Naval News, 2\/bh 

New Consitution to be Maintained, 8/5 « 

Grand Vizier, 24 / 6 6 

Loan, 26 j 5 c 

Ministry, 17/4/ 



— Opening of the Ottoman Parliament, Our 
Special Correspondent's Account, 26 m 5 c 

Proceedings in the First Parliament, 30 

«i 3 a & e — 31 mb b 

Questions on the Banishment of Midhat 



Turkey (contivued). 

iropused Uniform Rate of Postage and 

Telegrams, 30 ; 6 6 

Provincial Finances of, 21 mb b 

Public Security in, 30 //i 8 b 

Races of, 16/4/ 

Reforms to be Adopted, in a Circular to 

the Court of London, 10 m 5 s 
Reported ('ause of Midhat 8 Disgra^-e, 9 /"S 

a— iU / 6 c— 16 / 5 6—24 / 6 a 

- the Press on his Fall, 10/6 c— 10 /* 10 c 

— 15 / 6 « 

Mr. Freeman on. 10/lOr 

«nd Roumania, 29 / 6 c 

the Senators and Deputies of the Ntw Par- 
liament Take the Oaihit, 22 mod 

Short luind being Taught for Parliamentary 

Purposes, 24^ a a 

Sketches of the Officers in the Army of, 3 

J 10 a 

Softas and Magyars, 7/5 c 

Speech of the Sultan on Opening the First 

Parliament; 20 mb c &. «— 21 m 5 c;^— 22 mb b 
— 2d mbb 

State of, 3 m 5 c— 10 mb a 

of, after the Departure of the Ambaasa- 



Pasha to be Asked in, 26 m 6 0- 27 m b a 
Orders Issued for the First Parliament in, 

13/ 6 a 
an Ottomon Statesmen- -Sadyk Pasha, 9 / 

be 

Placards Demanding the Recall of Midhat 

* Pasha Posted at Stamboul, 15 m 5 s 
■'■ Arrests for Posting, 16 m 6 c — 19 mb d 

—20 mba 
Preparations for War. 16 .t 9/ 

— Presentation of a Sword of Honour to Abdul 
Kerim by the Students of Pesth, 22 j b d 

and its Princiimlities. 27 / 6 a 

— Prisoners for the Midhat Plot Liberate!, 
l^mbb 

Proceeding Mt tbe Grand Council Rejecting 

the FropotaiB of the Conference 19 / o d— 20 

j5e--25/5 6--l fda^2/ Be ' 



dors, '6/ba 

the Suhana, 14/ 12 c 

Telegram to Representatives Abroad, 29jbd 

Telegraphs in, S\ m b c 

Text of thj New Constitution, 1 j 10 a 

Tobacco Monopoly Abolished, 21 ^ 5 a 

Treaty of Paris Annulled by the Rejection 

of the Conference, 24 i 6 6 

Tribunal of Commerce Re-organized, 6 ; 5 e 

the Vakjfut Views on the Position of Af- 
fairs, 6 ) 8 a 
— * see also War in the East 
Turkish Anarchy, 16m 10 a 

Constitution, 27 m 6 a 

Justice, 14/6/ 

Police— Coi. Baker's Reforms for, 21 m 11 a 

and the Shah of Persia, 26/5 « 

Tax Gatherers, 16 m 10 b 

Turhpikes in Surrey, 28 m 11 6 
Turpentine. Suie of Trade in, 24 m 13 c 
Twycross (Jas.) on the Lisbon Tramways Case, 

16/ 8 A 

on thp Case "Twycross v. Dreyfus," 9 m 6a 

Twyford (A. S.) Price Sale List of his Collection 

of Modern Pictures, 6/ 12 a 
Tylor (Dr. E. B.) PhUosophy of Spewh, 23 i* 6 

j'-mj6d 
Tyndall (Professor) Combat with an Infective 

Atmosphere, \ij 9 e 

on Spontaneous Combustion, 22; 76 — 23;6(/ 

Typhoid at Barrowford. 9 / 9 « 

Spread by a Cow>keeper, at Biacko, Idjt* lie 

U. 
UNOLVIMES DIVIDENDS:— 

— Arthur, John, 14 /* 1 6 
Asiill, Richard. 3/1 b 

Barber, K\\i^^Xi^^\OTd..^W.f \>fc 

Hftwiy Jo%«^Vl, 'i.V J \ b 



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[Jau. 1 W 



Unclaimed Dividends {^continued). 

Barnes, Elizabeth, 27/1 b 

Beil, Sir John. 15 m I b 

Bennett, Robert, 2 m i b 

Black, Alex., 28 m 1 b 

Boom. Agnes, \5 m \ b 

Bradford. Earl of, 1 4 /« 1 6 

Bristol, Marquis of. 29 m 1 b 

Bristowe. Henry Fox, 23 m I b 

Brooks, Wm., 20 m 1 h 

Burtie, Henry Holland, 16y 1 b 

Byng, Hon. James. 5 m 1 6 

Call-ghan, Mary. 26 / 1 b 

C'hilderstone, Jonathan, 17 w 1 b 

Clapham, Wm. and Mary Ann, 3^ 1 6 

Dew, Edward, 6 m 1 // 

Dewe, Rev. ^muel, 2/16 

l>ye, John, 13 m 1 6 

Earle, Rev. Robert, 2/16 

Farmer, Jane, 15 7 1 b 

Forbes, Mary Jane, Sir Charles and James 

Stewart, 4/16 
Frend, Edwin, 6 m I 6 

Fyler, Wm. Samuel. 30 m 1 6 

Ginger, Daniel, Esther and Esther, 7 m 1 c 

Glover, Mary and Wm., 6 wi 1 6 

Gore, Sidney, 27 / 1 b 

Graham, Wm., 16/ 1 b 

Green. Robert Salmon, 20 m 1 6 

Hamilton, Hans Siree, "JUJ 1 6 

Hartiugton. Marquis of, 29 lu I b ' 

Hodgson, Rev. W ra., 29 m 1 6 

Holden, Wm. Rose, 29 m 1 b 

Hole, James, 23 m 1 6 

Holford, James Price W. G., 30 »i I 6 

Hooper, Edw. Thomas, 2/1 b 

Hull, Jane, Thomas, and Wm. Edmonds, 

8m 1 6 

Jolly, John, 7/ 1 6 

Labouchere, John, 10 ; 1 6 

Lay ton, Thomas Jewell, ly 1 6 

Lincoln, Henry, 2 w I 6 

Lodwick, Thomas, 20/ 1 6 

Lynn, Ann, 6/16 

Mangnall, Heien, 24 /* 1 6 

Marley, Cath. L. Augusta, 3j 1 6 

Masefield, George, 19/1 6 

Mil ward, Richard, 23 m 1 6 

Mocatta, Benjamin, 6 j 1 6 

Mumford, Samuel. 13 m 1 6 

Mundy, Francif Noel, 30 m 1 6 

Musters, John Chaworth, 23 m 1 6 

Norman, Frederick, 20 w 1 6 

Ouley, Chas. ^Savili, 2> 1 6 

Faget, Lord Alfred, 6 m 1 6 

Palmer, George, 12 »* 1 6 

Peachey, Abraham, 1 7 w 1 6 

Phelps, Wm. Whitmarsh, 23 m 1 6 

Phillipps, Rev. J. E., 6 m 1 6 

Pigott, Wm.. 6 w 1 6 

Pike, Susanna, 24 m 1 b 

Pirie, Dame Jean, 3 w 1 6 

Pocock, John Innes, 31 m 1 6 

Pole, Edw. S. Chandos, 24 > 1 6 

-ftnf/^ Jfyanc/s Mason, 24 fl b 



-Prideaux, Heary, 14 fl B 
^ingn>§e, John, 5 m I b 



Unclaimed Dividends O'ontinued), 

- Hooker. Alfred, 14/16 

Rose, Henry, 29 m 1 6 

- - Salt John and George, 28 m I 6 
Saxby, W^m., 26y 1 6 

Scott, John, 6 m 1 6 

Sim, Emma, 17y 1 6 

Siree. John Hamilton, 267 1 6 

Sitwell. Florence Alice, 23 m I 6 

Louisa Lucy, 23 m I 6 

Smith, Edward, 7/1 6 

Fred., I6> 1 6 

South Staffordshire Railway, 10 m 1 6 

Sparke. Maria Hester, 3 m 1 6 

Stevenson. Henry Holford, 80 m 1 6 

Stonor, Emily Catherine, 5 m I 6 

Strachan, James Morgan, lOj^ I 6 

Strange, Emily Charlotte. 2iy I 6 

Strong, Conhtance Elizabeth, 27/1 6 

Robert, 27/1 6 

Sykes. Sir Tatton, 9 w 1 6 

Temple, Geo., 6 «« 1 6 

Thorpe, Jonathan, 6 si 1 6 

Todd, Julia. 20 / 1 6 

Toke, Rev. Nicholas. 28/1 b 

Vanspall, Frances Christian, 28 mi 1 6 

Waine Wright, Anne. 24/1 6 

Wail, Marianne, 7/16 

Warner, Henry, 8 i« 1 6 

Watson, Rev. George Bowes, 29 m 1 6 

Webb, John, 17 i« 1 6 

White, Edward, 26 / 1 6 

Eleanor Elizabeth, 6 m 1 ^ 

Wolfe, Catherine, 80> 1 6 

C apt. W. S. M., 30i 1 6 

Uncle Tom Farewell Meeting in England, at the 

MetropoHtan Tabernacle, 1 /' 10 c 
in Edinburgh' Unable to Leave being Re- 
quired at Buckingham Palace, 2 m 9/ 

before the Queen, at Windsor, Q mS d 

Underground Jerusalem, Note about, 24 m (t € 
UndesiraVie Surprises, I67 9 e 
Uiiforturiate Thief- a Box of PamphleU, 8 / 7 J 
Ungrateful Emigrant, 3 m 4 e — 9 m 9/ 
Uninflammable Theatre. Royal Edinburgh,? / 4< 
Union Marine Insurance Company, 18 / 7 6 
United Dit^count Corporation, 6/7 a — 16; 7 6 

Kingdom Alliance, Meeting at Edinburgh, 

30/6/ 
Railway OflScers and Servants Associa- 
tion and Railway Orphan Fund, Annual Meet- 
ing. 22/6/" 
Liuimer and Brwohle Rock Asphalte Com- 
pany, 21 fl d 

States Embassy, 27 m 9 / 

Rolling Stock Company, 1 fl f 

Universal Marine Insurance, 5 } 7 a~26y 7 a 
Universities Bill, Notes about, 8 wt 8 c — 17 m 6/ 
University College of Wales, 9/11 a— 15 m 9 / 

London, Parke'^ Museum of Hygiene to be 

Placed in, 6 m 7 / 

Annual Meeting, 2 m 10 € 

Mr. Grotto's Endowment, 9m9j 

Hospital, Royal Present of Game to, 25 ; 8e 

UnaeawortUiuess, the Ogmore^ 12/11 e 
Untried Vmo\\«t%, ^11 m ^ e — 'JA m 1 ^ 
Use and Oinanii^vw.. "Z j ^ d 



31, 1877.] PAI.MEU*^ 1NI>KX TO " THE TlMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



War 



an Tyranny, 20/ o f 

V. 
Lymph. 31 mid 

tion in Bombay made Compulsory, 2]jof 
•ect from the Calf, 30./ 10 a—2 / y f 
prisoning a Man for Not Allowing his 
•en to Heceive, 29 / 6 c 
le about, 2l j ^ d 

Udtl Return of Deaths by Persons Vac- 
1 or Un vaccinated, 18 ; o « 
nee and Princess of Wales, tbeir Family 
ousehuKls are All Vaccinated, 2 f^ f 
1 lie- Vaccination, Compuhory, 23/ 8 a 
the Koyal Household at Vvind^or, 10 

ravers Asphalte Paving Company. 14 »i 
fl3 m 6 <; 

n of Property Bill. Deputation to Go- 
tni about. 13 m 9y^26 m 6 e 
Land in London, 2d m 6/ 
3ian*s Land Company, 21 ni B e 
e liiiUway Wheels, 3/7/ 
on of Rooms, 2/4 « 
Discovery of Roman Coins near, see 

I End — Death of Sir Edw. Cunynghame, 

> 

(Mount) Irruption of, lOj^td 
Statesman, 12 ; 11 e 
—Two Officers in the German Army 
ve Served Longer than the Emperor, 6 

Harem, Visit to, 8 / 7/ 
Alfred) Works Exhibited in the Hay- 
,29/6/ 
Academy of Music, a New Theatre in, 



toral Campaign. 13 m 5 / 
Trade League in, 16 / 3 a 
lital for Children, Two New Beds 
to, 26/12 a 

!oroIo<^cal Changes in, 16y3a 
tea Mission, 17 m 14 a 
ament Prorogued. 24 /*4 </ 
ray Extension, 16 / 3 a 
of Liquor Bill, 16 ; 3 o— 13 m of 
ng Club, 16 / 3 a 
Kev. W.) Labour Market of America, 

Col.) on the Military Geography of 
20 J 10 a 

per Abroad, 24^ 10 <i 
n, 20 / 9/ 

^est — Ravages of the Phylloxera and 
( Frosts, 15/5 c 
it in the Paris Scientific Gardens, 7 m 

nrarded, 19 m 9 / 

a Lecture on, 23 in 12 6 

I the Bosphorus, 10 / 6 /* 

d, 26 w 8 rf 

n the Ocean near Kealakea KanaBay, 

BBS:— 

ity of London at St. PauVs, 8/ Sd 
ffev/ew, 3<tj 6 ^ —n r 10 /• i>2 / 5 /" 



Volunteers (ronfinued). 

—26 / 10 d—\ m 6 /— K> m 10 d~27 m 6 a- 

29 m 6 f. 
Departure of the Corps to Dunstable, 30 

m 4 a—S\ m6d 

Localization of Forces, 20 m 10/ 

London Corps, 10/5 e 

Scottish, Presentation of Prizes, 20 / U) 4 



38th Middlesex, 23 / 5 d 
49th Middlesex, Distribution of Prixes, at 

the Mansion House by the Duke of Tcck, 26 

flOb 

and the Mobilization Scheme, 29 w 6 «r 

Proficiency of, 18 / 6/ 

Return of the Strength and Efficiency of 

the Force, 12> 4/ 

Sick Bearers, 21 /* 10 /" 

War Office Return, 28 f5/ 

Von Chauvin(G.)on the Direct Cable Company, 

15/7 6 
Vortex Motion. Lecture on, 6 /* 10 </ 
Voysey (Rev. C.) on the Hatcham Case, 24 / >? & 

W. 
Wadsley Tombstone Case — on Keeton, the 
Cricketer, 6 ; 6 //—O / 9 e— 12 j 5/— 15> 6 c~ 
17j6c/-.18;6y— 24>5/* 
Wafers,. Notes on, 30 > 8 A— 3/4 e— 6/3 6—6 /" 

10 6 
Wagner (Richard) Intended Visit to England, 3 
w»10c 

Account of, 24 w 5 rf 

Waiting for the Verdict— Return of Prisoners 

Awaiting Trial, 27 /« 4 <? 
Walcott (Rev. M. E. C.) on Wafers, 6/3 h 
Waleis, Education in, 27/5/ 
Walford (Cornelius) Lecture on the Great Fire 

of I/ondon, 16 j 6 f 
Walkley Museum and Mr. Ruskin, 18/ 10 /' 
Walmer Castle— Reminiscenses of ihe Great Pitt, 

7/9/ 
Walton (Haynes) on Colour Blindness, 378 c 
War, Statistics of Loss in Franco-Prussian, 1 / 6^ 

Office, Post of Solicitor to. Abolished, 5 m r*/ 

Sanitary State of, 13 / 4 /' 

WAE IN the' east :— 

Anticipations of Peace, 2 m 5 h 

Armistice, Prolongation of, 275 r 

with Montenegro Prolonged, 2 w 5 c 

in Servia, 5/8 a— 19^ 4 e—27 J 6 a— 12 

/4«— 20/4d 

and Re-victualling Nicksich, 17 ; 9/ 



Austria and the War, 9/5 h 
Grants an Amnesty to all who hare been 



in the Wnr, \7 m 7 h 

— Belgian Occupation of Bulgaria, 1 j 5 e 

— Belgrade Soup Kitchen — the Countess 
Maria Joannini's Report, 267 5 e 

State of, 26 m 5 e 



Bosnian and Ilerzogovinian Refugees, Ap- 
peal for, 6^3/ • 

Insurrection Revived, 17 w 7 6 

Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey 

Proposes to make MiUtSLty GQ^^TweftR\\v% Vv&s. 
Christian CAvW iV\\\\vtv\aXT^X«t"i>*l'^ ^ "^ V» 



War 



TALMEU'S INDEX TO " THE TlMIilS " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 1' 



War in the East (mntinyed). 

Bulgiiria. the Sulian Proclaims a General 

Amnesty in. IG m 6 /' 

Conference— Preliminary. Austriaat. 2/56 

and the Aruiistice, 1 ; 5 c & e — 4 j 5 a — 

h j 5 r — 8.7 6 a 
Bismarck Pretests against the Delays in, 

12jo A 
the British Fleet Withdrawn from Turk- 



ish Waters, I / 5 € 

Close of," 22 ; 5 n & /—23 j 5a&6 

Consideration of the Counter- Proposals, 

3> 6 c/— 4> oh& t/— 5 J 6 fl -12; 5 rt— 13./ 5 e 
Corre8|)cndence between Mr. Gladstone 



and Sir Henry Elliot about. 2 m 10 6 

from Our (Correspondent after, H fo a 

CorresjKindents Reports, 6 ;' 5 a — 19 /5c 

the Crisis, Notes about, 10/ lOe— 12^64 

Departure of the Ambassadors, 23^' 5 i — 



24 / 5 cf &6— 26 j 5 a—2dj 5 a—SOj 6 a -31 / 6 
</— 2 /•5 h 

Despatch by Lord Derby to Sir H. Elliot 



on the Necessity for Peace, 26y 6 c 

of Lord Salisbury on P«ace between 



Kussia and Turkey, 17 /' 5 e 

Fal:*e Humours about, 15 / 6 a 

Final Declaration of the Porte. 81 / 5 6 

the Four Points Accepted by Turkey, 26 



5 6 



the French Press on. 26 i 9/ 

the Greeks and. 24 / 5y" 

Last Days of. 20 / 5 rf— 22 / 6/ 

Meeting of the State Council and Rejection 

of the Terms ( Offered, 19 ; 5 a & (1--20 j 5 c 
Meetings, 1 i 5 e—S i 5 d — 4 j 5 n — 5 / 6 



a & d^aj o </— 9 j 5 a & c — 10 j 5 ri & r/ — 11 j 
5 a & r — 12 j 5 d — 13 _;' 5 a — 15 j 5 b — 17 j 5 a 
— 18 J 5a & r/— 20> 5 a-^22 j 6 / 

Modified Resolutions as Presented by 



— 7/4</— 8y 8 a 

Questions under Consideration, 2 j 5 6 

Rejection of the Ultimatum by the Porte, 



26 j 5 o — 30 J i> a 

Retrospective Review of. 22.7 10 a 

and Russia, 10^ 5 a — 11 / 5 a — 15 7 5 6 



—30 /8a 

Russian Ambassador leaves for Athens, 



31 / 5 6—1 /o c— 2/5 /•— 3/5 d 

Speech on the Conduct of the Forte, 



'60 J 5 a 

Lord Salislury's Interview with the 

Sultan, 1 7 5 e— 3> 5 d—\7j 5 a& c—22j 6 6 

St. Petersburg Opinion of, 18 7 10 a 

Sequel of. Notes about, 27 J A/ 

Storm in the Black Sea Delays the 



•Ambassadors, 24 / o a & 6-^25 / 5 c— 27 j 5 c 

the Sultan Rejects the Proposals, i j 5 e 

— 1 7 j b o 

M. Thiers on the Probable Result of, 18 



J5 e 



Lord Salisbury, 19/56 

Notes about. 15 / lOr— 23y 10 a— 26y 9/ 

the Ottoman Press on. 23 j 10 a 

Protocols of the, 2 f'6 e-^bf^ rf— 6 / 3 6 



102 



War in the East (rotitir,ued\ 

— Conference — Waiting for the Counter-Pnv 
posals of Turkey, S t 5 a 

England Proposes to Grant Turkey Ouf 

Year to Effect its Reforms, 5 m 5 d 

and the Porte, 17^ 6 c 

— European Pressure on the Porte the Onl' 
Real Good, SmS d 

German Policy in, 20 j5dic /*— 22; 5/ 

Pea Sausage Adopted as Food for thf 

Russian Army, 2G fo c 
Gold Cross of the Order of Takora Conferred 

on Miss Pearson and Miss McLaughlin, 17 ; 10/ 
Conferred on Dr. Attwood, 18 ; 5 c 



— the Gohs on the Impending Decomposition 
of the Turkish Empire, 12/ 5 a 

— (jreat Britain and Russia, 19 m 5 a 
Probable Adjustment of the Eastero 



Difficulty. 20 w 5 c 

— the Imperial Allies in Congress, 5/5 b—'^ 
/6a 

— Gen. Ignatiefif^s Mission to the Powers, 6 
m 6 c — 7 m 5 a — 8 m 5 m — 9 m 5 c — 10 :n 5 a— 
12 m 5 6&e 

Conference with Prince Bismarck oa, 2!» 



m o e 



and the Court of London, 14 m 5 a- It^ 
TO 5 a — 1 7 w 7 c 
in Paris, 1 4 m 5 6 

Editor of the Tempa*» Interview with, 14 



m 5 e 



on the War and the Policy of England. 



29 m 5 e 

— the Miridites Besieging Fuka, 2 m 5 e 

Revolt of the Whole Tribe, 3 ro 5 «— .' 

5 c — 9 TO 5 6 



I III 



Miscellaneous News, 15 j 5 /— 8 ; 5 e—l'r 

m 7 «— 23 TO 5 a 

Molestation of Christians in Armenia, 1^ 

TO 5 ^ 

Montenegro Agrees to Arrange for Pew. 

31 / 5 r/-2 / 5 a & «— 5 J bf^-G/b c— 7 f^ < 
—8 / 5 6—9 fb d— 10/6 ^—12 fb <— 16 fb h 
—17/5 6—19/5 rf— 20/5 a & 6—21 /5 a- 
22/5 6—1 TO 5 «— 10 TO 6 6—16 w 5 6 & #^-K 
TO 7 a & e— 19 TO 5 c^— 23 m 5 a & </— 28 mo*/ 

Accepts the Proposals of Turkey, 16/5 •' 

Alleged Atrocities of, 1 1 y 8 o 

Armistice Prolonged, 24 *w 7 c 

Arranging for Fresh Military Stores, -t» 



TO o e 



Cession of Grab to, by the Turks, Xmb o 

Delegates, 22/5 </— 24/6 6—3 ra 5 e— > 

TO 67— (> TO 5 /— 8 TO 6 c 

Demands Demurred at, 10 m 6 </- 13 >n 



5 c— 14 TO 5 e — 26 to 5 « — 31 m 5 c 

in Debate, 7 m 6 rf— 16 w 5 6— 19 w fi 



a— 20 TO 5 6—21 m 6 cf— 22 to 5 c 
Niksich, 26 to 6 e 



and Italy, 17 m 6 c 

Montenegrins in Position again, \j be 

Reduced Demands, 22 m 5 c^— 24 m 7 « - 



Turkey *8 Conceal ions, 2 f'5 d 
UJrJmatum of the Great Powers, 16 / 5 d I 



26 TO 6 6—27 TO 5 c— 28 m 6 6—31 m be 

Refugees, Note on, 26/4 f 

\ti V>\\\m«L\.\8L> ¥\kXid for, 3 j 6 « 

and '^^imaiAa^ '^T^vcv^%.>Iwck \A, 



\V: 



ATm\aX\v», 'l^ J^ a 



1877.] palmer's ikdex to " the times " newspaper. 



war 



lie East (contimied). 
Works at Kustchuk, 26 /5 c 
»a. State of. 8/50 

)mitted Despatch from Lord Derby to 
21Jiot, 16/5/ 

lYeaty Engagements, Lord Derby's 
;h on, 13./ 8 a 

ages in the Village of Pust, 25 / 5 6 
e or \Vj\r, *.* m 10 a 

On>6S So iery Preparing for War, 23 ; 5 c 
^ees. Appeals for, 29 //i 8 6 
•f (Niiiimi tee in Bulgaria, 12 ; 4« 
u.uiiH Declares Itself an Ind'ependant 
J 5 «/ 

la and Roumania, 9/3 6 
ian Army on the Pruth, 1 7 m 7 6 
istrian C<>rre0pondent on, 6 /* 5 a— 19 

lony at Coaflt.intinople, Preparing to 

>/56 

•fences of Odo^^a, Ji> oi o c 

d Demobilijuition, 2() w 6 b 

^termination on the Turks Rejecting 

ference. I ,; 5 c — 1 / 5 o 

igland and France, \^ fo d 

^naces Fail to I nfluenee Turkey, 1 6 / 1 a 

imorandnm, 30^' 5 «^ & ^— -^ / 5 r— 5 / 

/5 tt— 12 fb a— 15/3 a^Tl J 5 <t^ 

Answer of All the Powers to the 
r of, 7 w 5 a 

the French Correspondent on, 6/5 a 
ind the Great Pow.rs, 26 ; 5 A— 22 / 
' 5 /•— 6/5 a-7 / 5 6—15 / 5 a 
ind Persia, 26/6 « 

eparations for Action, 19 7' 5 c — 9 m 5 
5 a 
ess on England and the War, 28 / 5 c 
c — 8 mh h ^ ^. 
otocol and the Great Po'vcrs, 21 m'Sh 

> a— 23 m 5 a— 24 in 7 a & e -26 m 5 b 

> a & 6—29 m 5 a— 30 7m 3 a & c— 31 m 

the Pruth, 2 m 5 « 

1 the Revolting Provinces, 13/5 h 

i Turkoy. 2 m 5 A — 5 m 5 c — 8 //« ." A — 

- 1 5 //; r» o 

?reparii.g for. 19 y 12 a— 24 / 5 u — I 

1 Turki*h Purchases of War Materiel, 

luntcers Withdraw from Servia, see 

ItheWar, 28/'5/-0;;j5^ 

an Army, 12 w 5 a — 2G /« *> c 

cular, see Mbmoramdum 

licy, 1/5 c— 16/5 • 

a Accepts the Turkish Proposals for 

/5s 
ents Negociating for Peace, 26 / 5 c — 

rees to Raze Delegrad and Alexinatz, 

-anges wiih a French Company to 
M Fores s for a Loan, 26 / 5 a 
wladea Pvace with Turkey j 2 m 5 L — 



War in the East (eontinved). 

Servia, Conditions of Peace Proposed and 

Accepted, 1 m 5 b & e — 2 m 5 e 

the Delegates Return, 6 m of—S m 5 c 

Despotovitch Refuses to Disarm, 23 w 5(f 

Documents Signed to Conclude the 

Peace, 3 tn 5 e — 5 w 5 c & f 

£xchang3 of Prisoners, 26 ; 5 c 

— the Italian Legion L&ive for Home, 19 



m 5 € 



Loses Prestege by the Peace. 1 9 m 5 « 

Order of the Takova Confe.ied on French 

Journalists, 19 m 5 e 

Peace Arrangements, 10 //« 5 c— 12 m 6 </ 

— 15 in 5 e — 19 m 5 e — 24 m 7 c 

Proclamation of the Princa of, Notifying 



Peace, 7 ot 5 6 

Preparing for War, 26.9 5 d 

Prinr? Accused of Causing all the Hor- 



rors of War. 2ii fb c 

Koce4)tion of the Firmin of Peace in 



Servia, 7 m 5 a—S in 7 u — 20 m 5 c —21 m 5 r 
& « — 22 mob 

Relief Fund, 1 m 8 c 

Refugee Fund. 2 m 9 /" 

— r- Resumes its Peaceful Attitude, 22 w 5 l 

and the Russian Vulunteers, 4 ; 6 c 

- Special Laws Named at, Cancelled in the 



Prince's Proclamation, 7 m h b 

-'Turkish Troops Ordered to Leave Servian 



Territory Wiihin Twelve Days, 3 m c— 29 «« 
bb 

Gen. NofiFosseloff to Take the Com- 



mand of the Russian Legion in, 29 / 5 b 

— Servians Concessions. 15/5 b 

— Lady Strangford's Relief Fund. 12 ?« G e 

— Torpedoes in the IJIack Sea, 24/5 a 

— Turkey and Ausiri.i, 9 m 5 b 
Awnrd Med.-d? u> Medical Men for their 



Services During ilie War. 24 / 9 /' 

Army, its Utmost Estimate, 20 w 5 b 

Arrangements for Defence, 30 1 5 6—20 



tn b e 



jbb 



Attack the Servians at Kegotin, 12 



- Decides to Act a^ WUha] but not Under 
Pressure. 2i) ; 5 *• 

£xcit<;:mcnt in ConBiantii.o])le, 20 in 5 a 

and the Great Powers, b in b b 

Letter to Mr. Gladstone on Wellington's 



Policy of Upholding, 27./' 5 a 
— Turkish Outrages at Pozar, 19 m 5 c 

set HULGARIA 

and }*rob:ibl • War with Rus«ia, 16i 10 a 

Proposes to Idake Peace with Servia ami 



Montenegro. 23 ; 5 6— 27 / 5 n & r — 30 j 5 e 

Reforms ."n1 Russia's Demands, 13 m ba 

and UouiiiHiiiu, 13 j b n & e — 9 /// 5 c 

and Russia. 1 / 5 d- 8 / 5 ^—15/6 n — IH 



7 5 /'— 24 ;■ 5 «— 25 / 5 r .<- </— 26 / 5 u— 29 ; 5 
c-cO / 5 6-2 /'o 6 -5 / 5 r—-2(j fb 6 & d— 27 
/5 o— 28 / 5 a— 3 /// 5 < — 16 in 5 a— 17 w 7 « 
and Servia and Montenegro Proposals for 



Peace. 30 7 5/*— 12/5 (» 

Seni\ft Vto\)v>%\uv'»v\% \^t Ykj^*^^ \^ '$^^:tx\•%k• 



and Muntewev^ro. *iS> 1 b W iJs. d— iNi \ '^ c— ^\ \^ 
a— I J '^^^ e— b J o d ^^^^ 



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PALJIKk.^ INDKX To ••'HIE IIMKS NKWSI'ArKK. 



[Jau. 1 to 



War in the East (continued). 
Turkey, Teace Proposals Broken oflf by 

Servia, b fb c 
Resumed, 6/5 6—6/6 rf— 7 fb c-^S/b 

b^'Jjbh&d 

Conditions of Peace, 8 /5 c— 10/5 6 — 



\2/bd 

Objection of Servia to Accord Full 



Liberty to the Jews, 12/5 6 

the Question of Guarantees, I fb c — 2 / 

5 e — 3/5 — 6 / 5 n 

Servian Knvoy Leaves for Constantinople, 



13/5 d — U / 5 0—15 fb 6—16/5 6—17 / 6 
6—20 fb a— 22 / 5 6—23/5 c— 26/5 </— 28 
^ bd&e 

Soldiers Relief Fund, 67 6/— 11^9 «— 



16/8 c 

knd the Three Emperors, 27 m 5/— 28 m 



56 



Circular Note, \0j 10 a 



A rmy , 26 m b c 

Defence of Ku^landji, 26 m 5 c 

— War Victims in Bosnia, 24 / 5 « 
in Servia, 1 7 m 5 « 



Ware (J. R.) on a Musical Nuisance. 23 ; 5/ 
Warning Bgainst a *• Party Viewing a House to 

Let," 12 /• 12 a— 27 J b </— 2 w 10 /— 9 m 

10 6 
Swindlers. 15 / 6 </— 20 i 6 #!— 31 ; 9 r— 1 f 

Warren (Fanny) Underground Jerusalem, 24 //* 

8 e 
Warrin^' 0:1 Hospital, Mr. Cro^s to Upon, G 
J6 6 

Mr. Cross Opens, 27 J 7 e 

Watkin (E. W.) Landslips near Dover, 28/6 6 

on Gunner Charlton. 9 w 10 rf 

Watson (Forbes) on the Surplus of the Exhibi- 
tion of 1851, 4> 10 « 

(^Thomas) on Mad Dogs, 5/11 / 

Warwickbhire Mining Assoifiation, 20 ; 6 a 
•• WaMiels." 15y 12 <? 

Watch Trade in Switzerland, 5/8 r — 1 1 ./ 4 « 
Watches. Machine Made, in Birmingham, 16^ 

be 
Water Colour Work, Old and New, Agnew 

Exhibition, 14/4 c 
— Companies, State of Shares in, in every 

day' a paptr 
Berlin West-end and Land Company, 10 

/7 a 

Boston W^aterworks. 20 ; 7 d 

on Drink, Note on, 3 /" 7 e 

and Epidemics. 30 / 4 a 

London Supply. Deputation to Government 

about, 30/ 12 c— 27/10 /' 

Supply at Claptiin^ Note about. 19 m 9 e 

(if Richmond, 1 / G 6-1 1 j G r— 18 j^d 

—20/6./— 31 j :)f^b /y /— 10 / :. «— 22 /6c 
Notes about, 18 / G r/— ly / 10 c— 25 j 



Waterman (O.) on Working Mon*s Clubs, 4 
/10 c 

Waves, Professor Guthrie's Lecture on, 20 
fb e 

Way mouth (B.) on Unsea worthy Ships, 23 
m 4y 

Vayraouth (Dr. Saml.) on the Teachers' Con- 
ference, 19 i 9/ 

Wear and Tear — an Action for Jewelry, 29 
i9/ 

Weather. State of, in erery day's paper 

of 1876. Dr. Allnatt's Summary, 4> 3 e 

in i\meri a, \7 j d f 

of January. Dr. Allnatt's Report, 2/10 a 

in the Provinces. 27 / 8 c 

in Rus>ia and Siberia, 5 j G/ 

Meteorological Chare of, in every Thursday' » 

popei' 

Wedgwood (Godfrey) on Wedgwood Ware, 21 » 
10 // 

Weekly Edition of the Times, Notice First Stat- 
ing it. 1>8/ 

Well Paved, 10/4/ 

Wellington College, Examination, 20/9 < 

Meeting of (iovernof, 8 /// 5 J — 16 iw 9 / 

WeNh Choral Union Schol.rships, 19 j 9 e 
Weblevan Lay Representation, Meeting. 7/6 

h-io/^f 
We^levans and Burials Bill. 30 »j 8 c 
West t'on^t of Afrit' : Ki g Dahomey and h'.s 

iilockade, 2h /*S c— 13 /// .) e 

Tour .Alvnir. Ml m 6 f 

India and Pacific Steamship Company, 15 



/ 

— Indie* :— Debt to Dreyfus, Bros., to be 
Cleared off. 23 m 1 1 a 

Financial Arrangements, 5 m 6 a 

Miscellaneous News. 5 w 6 a 

Rio Janeiro Assembly Opened by the 



Regent Princess, 5 m 6 a 

Ship News. 20 »• 11 « 

Victory near Soata, 20 w 1 1 a 



Western Tenjperance League, Meeting at New- 

bJiry. 3 / 10 fli 
Westnii.^ster (Duke of) Appeal for Westminster 

llos])itnl, 13 m 12 /> 
(Dean of) Lectures on the Early Christians, 

10^ 9/ 

Abbey— Notice of the Dean. 15 m 9/ 

Prea(;hers. 24 m 12 c/— 27 m 9/ 

Hospital, Appeal for, 13 //* 12 I — 16 »* 6 6 



— 17 n 12 f-22 m 10 c 

S(!ho<>l. Exhibitions. 15 /"S c 



II /— 27/5 d 
Waterho«!«e (Alfred) on the Manchester Town 

Hall. 22/5/ 
yy//frr)ow {Sir Sydney H.) Improving Awav, 12 

-- — and Sona'Compnny, Armngemen ts of Trn<1o 

Iff. .'i w r 6 



Teachers' Association, Annual Meeting, 19 

f%a 
Wet Feet, Statistics of the Cost of, in New York, 

7/6/ 

Whale Fi&bery in the United States, Review of 

a Year's. 8 /^ // 
Wheat ( >'»]) of the L'nited States, bjbd 

Digestive Powers of, 5 / 6 « 

Wiiilbread ; — ) at Bedford. 6/6 a 

Wliite (VVm.) Caution against E. Chas. Werner, 

an ImpostiT, 1 1 ; 7 ^ 

AA\ Vap^T CoT£v\>va\^' , A'^\\UcRtion to Wind 



1 \>. •MMr>r 



v.»t»\ V.\\v!\\vvcv%, " f N^» d 



3Iar. 30, 1^77.] i'Akmkk's indkx to the *' timks " M-:\rsiAi'KiJ 



Woo 



Whitehead (Rev. AlfreJ) on Small Pox in the 

Isle uf Ih.tnet, 24y li e 
W'hiuinghiitu (VV. li.) on the Delay in the Indian 

Mails, 26/ 7 6 
Whit worth (Joseph) on Foreman Engineers, 21 

m 10 /■ 
Who are to Follow, 16 7/< 10 « 
Why Not, Whipping Truants from School, 28 / 

6a 
Whvtehead (T. B.) on Poisoned Arrows, 1 

i'l2 6 
W^ift?, Alleged Sale of, see Sale 
WifTgins (I'apt.) Sihtria by Sea, 26/3/ 
Willi Fowl PresorvHtion Act, 16 /"a/— 26/6 c 
Wilkia and Clark on KjiihvHy Brakes. 1 / 8 c 
Wilkinson (Kev. G. H. i on lCccle8ia:>tical Prose- 
cutions, 27 i 5 /■ 
Williams (Monier) on the Indian Famine, 23 / 5 

/-21/5e 
( H. R.) on the Northern Heights of London, 

17/« 12./ 
& Co. Practical Substituc for Drunkenness, 

4 ? 76 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Aldous, Jas. Kobt., lt> / 5 « 

Andrews, G. Heverden, 26 / 7/ 

Arbuthnott, Lt. Gen. the Hon. W., 16 

fhe 

Armitage, Sir E., 12 / 1 1 6 

Bailey, John Skynner. 2 w 11/ 

Baird. JanieB. \\) j 7 f 

Barlow. Dr. H. C, 26 j 7 f 

Barrington. Francis Lyon, 16 m 12 a 

Besley, AMerman, 27 j o d 

Blount. Gilbert Robt., 5/8 6 

BoUi. Xenophon, 16 m 12 a 

Brander, Robert Burnett, hj^b 

Brandon, Thomas, 2 w 11/ 

- Braun, Miss Caroline, 23/12 a 

Brook. Thomas VVm., 29 m 7/ 

Broughton, John, 5 i 8 6 

Butler, .Mrs. Elizabeth, 26> 7 / 

Caine, Wm. Sporston, 2 m 11/ 

Carey, James, 12 j 11 b 

Chapman. Alfred. 5 j 8 h 

Chap;»ell, Mrs. l^mily, U\ m 12 u 

Chatfield, Charles, 19 i 7/ 

Child, Joseph. 23 / 12 a 

Corbett, Richard. 29 m If 

(Coventry, Mrs. Elizabeth, 29 m 7 f 

Edmunds, John, 16 / 5 e 

Fawcett. Waller Thomas, 16 w 12 r? 

Fitzgerald, Hon. Mr<. Percy, 12/ \\b 

— — Fleming, Rev. Fletcher, 2/6 c 

Floyer, John, 16 w 12 a 

Forbes, David, 10/4 d 

Gage, Viscount, 9 /« 12a 

Gaitskell, VVm. Senhouse, 10 /*4 < 

Gillett, Joseph Francis, 2 / 6 c 

Greenwood, Thr/mas, 2 /*6 r 

Gresley, Rev. W . 16 /5 e 

Gonzalez, Don Antonio. 29 m If 

Hainos, Gc«). ( h«'-!n m, 16 m 12 » 

Hall. Wm., 2 )// 11 / 

WMAlhcote, Rdv. Gilbert^ 10 /'4 e 

. Merries^ Lord, 2 m I J /' 

Hash ton. Sir Henry (ku 5/8 /i-^I2 / ! T f, 



Wills and Beqnesta (continued), 

liorsmaii. lit. Hon. Edw., 19^7/ 

Kay, James, 12 / 11 h 

Laiufhani, li. Burdett, 12^ 11 b 

— Lewm, Thomas, \) in 12 u 

Lucas, Louis Arthur, 2 / 6 c 

MaAun. VVm. Henry, 29 in 7/ 

Moss. Edward, 2 / 6 c 



Nei.on, Park, 2 /'e c 

- Osier, Thos. C.,*26 / 7 / 
Ougley, Lord, 23 / 12 « 

Pahn, Kichard, 23/ 12 a 

Perccvjil, Anne Mary, 2 fCtr 

1 on ( nby. Lady Emily C.. 29 m 7/ 

Pres(!oti Gen. VVm. 2.3 /12 a 

Kibblcsdale, Baron, 16 /« 12 /» 

Rogers, Pearc VVm., 12 / 11 A 

Ro<jke Thomas James. 9 w 12 a 

Rosaz. Chev. F. de. 5/86 

Shuckhurgh, Sir Francis, 12^ 11 6 

Smith, George. 10 / 6 e 

S|>encer, Lt. Col., 9 m 12 a 

Stuart, Rev.Edw, 16 m 12 a 

Sir John. 19; 7/* 

Thon.8on, Col, \2jn b 

Towneley, Col , 2 f6 c— 23/ 12 a 

Tritton, Henry, 10/4 e 

Turner. Sir I harles Robert, 26/7/ 

Tweddale, .VIar(,uis of, 26 ; 7/ 

Valdeterrazo, Marquis, 29 to 7 /* 

^anderl>elt, I onmiodore, 15 a 5 c 

Verrall, John Frederick, 9 »i 12 a 

Walmesley, Capt., 2 tn \\ f 

Walix)le, Hon. Henry, 2/6 c 

VV^ari-en, Daniel, 9 w 12 a 

White, Henry Hopley, 26/7/ 

Wilson. Christopher, 10/ 6 « 

Wood, George. 29 m If 

Wilson (Professor B. P.) on Shells Ascending 

into Vegetables, 2 j A d 

(E. J.) on Ciimtnissions. 5 / 10 €— 1 / 7 / 

(Geo. F,> on the Horticultural Gardens, 23 

j 4 e— 30 / 6 /— 7/ 10 6—13 ni 4 d 
WincheUea (Earl) on the K iser-i-Hind. 5 w 8 6 
Windsor Castle. Annual Distribution to the 

Poor, 2 /He 
Royal New Year's Gifts. 2 / 9 e 

State Apartments Closed, i24/8 a 

Opened, 26 / 9 c— 27 / 8 a— 28 tn 8 a 

and Eton Amateur Madrigal Society, Con- 
cert at St. George's Hall before the Queen, &c., 
4 7 9/ 

Wine, Export Returns, 5 j 7 b 

Shipments of Sherry, 4j 7 d — 10 j 6 6 — 12 

)' 7 d 

State of Trade in, 1 1 j 7 c— 8/7/— 8 mOc 

Winter in the Alps, 13 ;'i f 

*• Wobbling," from the Pnii Mall, 26 / 12 a 

" Wolf," a Young Man and his Father, 10^ 9 f 

Wolstanton Marsh, Removal of Fences, &c. 

by I>r. Morgan, 27 w 6 e 
VVulvAili.unpton Liberal Meeting, 17; 10 A 
VA'onx'nV Kduo.iiion Union, o /" 4 f 

Wood Sxtevil \N a.TVi\vv»aA^ Cck^A^ccws ^'l'^ ^ 'V <^ 



'C^^i 



T^J\^\t.!>T\^. ^^? i ^ ^' 



\vN\v 



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PAXU£K*8 INDEX TO " TIIK TIUES " NEW8PAPEK. 



[Jan. 1 t«» 



Wood (C/has. J.) on the Hatcham Case, 25^' 8 6 
—27 j 5 a 

( H. Trneman) on the Patents for Inventions 

Bill, 9 m 4 6 

Woodruff (^Mary) on the Carlisle Place Orphan- 
age. 20.; 11./' 

Woods and Forests Accounts, 1 wi 10 c 

Woodstock Church, Restoration, Appeal for Aid. 

Wool. State of Trade in, 18 i 7 /— 25 / 6 c— 1 / 

7 d—\S f 10 rf— 21 f 12 c—'i m 10 /— 15 //i 6 / 

—27 w iO c 
Workhouses, Toys for. 2 m .' « 
Working Men*8 C-oUege. Blackf riars Koad. 4 ; 10c 
Blooinsbury, Wiuter Conversazione, 9 j 

9«-18>6/ 
Clubs, Conversazione on the Jerusalem 

Chamber bj the Dean of Westminster, 8^' 4 e 
Notes about, 4/ 10 c 



Works of Imagination, 9 m 10 & 
WRECKS:— 

of the Agnts Wyllit^ on the Goodwin Sands, 

6j6/ 

of the Alhania, 27 fb d 

Official Inquiry into, 29 m 8 c 

Sale of the Cargo. &c., 12 w 6 « 



of the Alexandra^ in Dundalk Bay, 6 J 6 / 

-317 7/ 

of the Amoy. on Kidge Bank. 3/12 a 

of the Anemone^ oflF Perran Bay, 21/5 rf— 

22/6 a 

of the Annie Grant, 5/6 6 

of the Antelope, off Port Isaac, 22/6 a 

of the Aurora^ at Parkend, 25 j 10 a 

— of the Cairoy at Sea, 29 //i 8 r— 31 m U a 
of the Cawdor Castle, Trial of the Pilot, 18 

of the Cirrnssiony at Bridgehampton, Long 



Island. \jb d-^j5e—\3j'J/—\2f9/ 
of the City of Manchester , Official Inquiry, 

13 OT 10/ 

of the Consett, off Tarifa, 30 ; 6 c 

of the Corseweil, Official Inquiry, 8^9 /— 

30 j 7 < 
of the David G. Fltming, on Colorado Reef, 

10./ 10/ 

of the Eclipse, off Cyperin, 16 w 6 /* 

of the Ethtly on Lundy Island, 8 f^j^^j 

5</— 20/lOc 

of the Feliz, at Bantry Bay, 3/5 e — 5 ./ 1 1 a 

of the Forest King, off Santona, 26 /6 6 

of the Fortitude, 22 /e «— 22 MO c 



of the AViW, off Portel. 12/9/ 

of the George Cromivetl, oiS Newfoundland, 

19 /5 6 

of the George Green, 15/6 e — 24 / 6 « 

of the George Washingtonf off Cape Race, 

7/6 d— 7/8 /i 

of the Goethe, on Lobos Island, 3/ 12 a 

of the Golden Age, near Amstenlam, G f Gf 

of the Golden City, 13/8 a— 14 / 5 e 

of the Grure Rohertson, at Lavachc, 9 ^" 7 « 

of the Great Queensland, Official Inquiry 

into, 30 w 9 6 
of t/w //gro, OfBciallnqmryj 19j6e 



— of the /fivererffe. 22 /'6 a 

- of the ./rf,„r^, nff BoHvhpv Hear?. ?;? ft f 

JOff ' ■ 



Wrecks {continued). 

— of the Jvssie, off the Isle of Man, 12/9 f 

of the John, in Ued wharf Bay, 23 flf 

of the John O' J aunt. At Samar. 19y Ga 

of the L'l Belle, off Caistor, 30 y 7 e 

— of the L'fdtf Fane, at Haverigg, lO / 10 /* 

of the Lwy Comptun, at Oporto, 19 / C e 

of the Miria, at Sea, 17/6 6—26 fGd 

of the Marietta, in the Queen's Channel 

21 I 5 d 

of the Medusa, 22 / 7/ 

of the Montgomery, 2'6j S a 

of the Muse, at Braunton, ?2/10 c 



of the Nova Sot inn, at Sea, 27 /« 9/ 

of the Oreta, Official Inquiry. 22 / 7/ 

of the Otugo, at Chasland's Mistake, 20 ;' 

4 d 

of the Racer, 5/G b 

of the R'tytil George, 3/8 a 

of the Rassland, off Long Reach, 19 m 6 « 

—28 m 6 e 
K.i the St. Lawrence, Official Inquiry, 18 

10/ 

of the Sea BeV.e, near Antigua. 13/9/ 

of the Stranger, off Blunt Island, 16 /*9/ 

of tha Trev mnion, at Sea, 16/8.6 

of the Uruguay, off Ayr Harbour, 22 / 7/ 

of the Windsor Castle, Official Inquiry, 8 

12 a 
Wrecks off Dunany and Skerries, 6 ; 6 /" 
WfiEGE OOJkUCI SIOKE&S GOUUT : - 

the Bainisfoid, 21 j He 

the Beverley, 30 w 9 6 

the Bonny, 12/11 c 

the Bromhall, Sm \0 f 

— the City of Setingnpatam, 19/10 / 
the Dhoolia, Abandonment of, 9/6 c — 13 / 

11 c— 15? 11 rf— 16 i \\ d 

the bike of Sutherland, 21 m 11 c 

the Ethel, 16/ II d 

the //. A. Brightmun, 19/10/— 28/11 a 

the Rtscue, 19 ; 6 « 

the Vine. ^ fix a 

Abandonment of the Woodham, 2/6 d — 10 

/ 11 a— 11 j 11 a— 12i iO/— 19 j 11 e— 20 j 

11 c 
Wren (Walter^ Accessories to Fraud, 12/10 e 
Wright (J.) Allotment Gardens for the Poor. 

\2j 3 e 

(Lewis) on Dubbing. 29 / 12 a 

Wyld (^l)r. Geo.) on Vaccination Direct from 

the Calf, 30 j 10 a 

Y. 
Yachting Voyage Round the World, 6/66 
Yates (Edni.^i on the Stafford-House Fund, 16 ; 

10« 
Yellow Fever, Order in Council on, 31 / 8 a 
Yorke (J. R.) on Knightsbridge Barrack, 23 

5rf 
Young CE. D.I on ihe Exploration of the Lake 

Nyas«a, 28/11 / 
(C>iipt. Allan) on the Knighthood Conferred 

on, 16 ;// 5 (/ 
Men's Christian Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, 8 HI 1 1 e 
Yule (Co\. W.") oT\ \V\e ^WTc^ ^\ V\v^ Ta\x<&, \4 ( 



Mar. 31, 1877.] 



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TALMEU'S INDEX To *' THE TIME>> SEWM'Al'Ki:. ZtOO 

Zoulog^ioal Society's Gardens, Prince of Walcs'« 
Z. 



Zaire, Source of the, 13/11 /— 14 fbe 
Zoolo^cal Society's Gardens, the Prince of 

Wales's Natural History Collection Arranged 

in, 20/6/ 



J Indian Huntinfi: Trophies Exhibited in. 6/4 « 

i^dditional 8n ke Added. 1 m 5 /"— 6 w 10 « 

Death of the Kteper of the Seals, 23/6/ 

—25J9e 

the Queen at, 15 m U/ 

107 



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maei Palmer and Sonn, General Trinters, 7, CTanboum^\»w»t,\«\^^*'<^^^'^^^^'^'^^'^^^^'^^ 



PALMER'S 



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INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



SPBING QUARTER— APRIL 1 TO JUNE 30. 



RcFSRKMOK.~-77r« TYmM Newspaper having a ftepnrate pagination to each nnmber, the following method iitadopu'd 
to suit it to any file: thus 8 a 11 « meanH 8th April, page 11, column 5: the italic letter after the flrHt figure 
noting the month, and the italic letter (aevonling to alphabet) after the aecond figure noting the column of 
the page. 



Aberdeen (Lord) on the Charity Organization 

Society, 16 a 6 J 
Aborigines Protection Society, Annual Meeting, 

24 m 10 / 
Abyssinia and Egypt, 25 m 9 y— 29 m 10 d—Zl 

m 5 e 

Professor Mitchell Captured in, 5 m 11 / 

AGflDENTS :~ 

to J. A. Aldridge, a Marine, on Botrd the 

InmortaUttj from a Block Falling on him, 16 

m 10 a 

— to Edwin Barlow, by Falling Over a 
Precipice, at Stockghyi! Force, 30 m 10 (/ 

at Blackheath, from a Landslip, on the 

North Kent lUilway, dO a 9/ 

on Board the Hospodar, at Cork, 23 a 10 d 

' H.M. Ship Temerairty Two Men Dragged 

into the Dock while Shipping Cables, 24 a 10 e 
Boat Accident and Three Persons Drowned 

in the Trent near Nottingham, 9 a 11 c 

Capsized at Blackf riars and One Youth 



Drowned. 17 o 5/ 

off Dover and Three Persons Drowned, 



2) alOd 

off Hammersmith and Four Persons 



Drowned, 20 m 10 c 

in the Isis and Two Gentleman Drowned, 



16>7#! 



in the Mersey and Two Persons 
Drowned, 28 m 9 /" 

at Spithead and Two Seamen Drowned, 



22 ml b 



near Wandsworth and One Person 

Drowned, 6 ; 6 /* 

Engulphed in a Waterfall at Teddington 



Weir and its Two Occupants Drowned, 2 a 7 
/— 3o4/"— 18a6/ 

Sunk off Commercial Docks, 26 a 9/ 



to Chas. Bolwell, in Climbing a Tall PopUir 

Tree and Saved from Death in Falling by 
being Caught in a Fork of the Tree. 4 m 12 6 

to Major Bowlden, Mauled by a Tiger near 

Manselghur, 28 m 1 1 6 

— Bursting of the Reservoir Duna at Staf- 
ford ville. a 9 « 

• — fo n Bicycle Rider and a Lady in Petersham 

rsric, nj M a c 



Accidenta (continued), 

to a Carman Sitting on his Sliaf ts, having 

his Legs Smashed by the Wheel and a Lamp- 
post, 3 a 7 

to a Child and its Nurse, Falling into the 

Serpentine, but Kescued by Two Gentlemen, 
d0a4c 

to the Countess of Clancarty, from the 

Carriage Horses taking Fright in Piccadilly, 9 

7 7/ 

at Dalton National Schools, from a Child 

Playing with a Piece of Dynamite, 4 m 6 e 

to Davies. a Private, who Died from Injuries 

Received while on Drill at Chester, 8 ; 6/ 

to Lord Devon, Thrown from his Horse at 

Exeter, 24 a 9/ 

to Richard Dixon, Buried Alive in a Sand- 
bed at Durham, \9 mlSd 

Explosion on Board the Vindomara^ 19/ 10 c 

of a Boiler on Board a French Lronclad, 

off Villefranche, 16 m 5 e 

at Ravensdale Works, Chatterley, 



Eight Persons Killed, 27 i 5 /— 28 ; 10 6 

of Gas in Bridge Road, Battersea, 19 ; 



10 a 



— in the Couimercial Road, 26 a 6 e 

at the London Joint Stock Bank, 

Borough, 16 m 10 6 

- of Gunpowder, at Hall's Factory, Faver- 



sham, 80j 13 CI 

of a Torpedo, at the Welsh Harp, 5 a 6/ 



— to Edw. Hodge Eykyn, Killed by being 
Thrown from his Carriage, 23 a 9/ 

— Fall of a Bridge, at Saltash, on Coronation 
Day, 3Ci7« 

of a Building in Course of Erection, at 



Rochford, United States, 22 m 9 e 

of Scaffolding, in Brasenose Street, near 



Che8ter,and Three Workmen Seriously Injured, 

om n r 

ot Widcombe Bridge, Bath, and Great 



Fatality, 7j 10 aSj 6 rf— 11 j 9/— lo> 7 c— 
25 j 14 6 

Deaths from. \2jS f 

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III tliiMli I IMl» hIim I't'll him fItM MMm)fMf(fl 

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S\r-\.\ \\\\\A \\>\\\ \h\\\\\s^ m Hii« NVotliMiiMt, 

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iPynnntiief 9 ml d ^ 
Full of Coal in Himlejr CoIBay, a Maw 

Fire IHmv ExpUwon at An«»^9P?f^ 

Cftuning the Death of Seren Men, »J i2< 
In Annosley Colliery near Nottingtaffl. 

-^^ - lit Lovell's Tin Mine, Two Men KflJed, w; 

.- -at lUwho la MoUere Coal Pit. *J"1« 
(Nml CloiM In Three Men for Five Daj8,c 

^ ^ at TnxHhThiw ColUery, Greater Khooda 
VaUoy, 18 a ft ^'-16 a 7 c— 17 a 10 c-18 a ^ 
h .U» rt ft »»-*2t) a 8 a— 23 a 8 o— 26 a*' 

- AUHjrt Mciial to be Given to the KeacMR 
y.^ ,t \\) r- *2<> ii S c— 1>6 ; 9 /' 
^ . Oa<K» of Ahhv l)odd, 22 w 7 e 
^ Mai\*k>n House Fund for the KeK«fl 
i^^^a Kt^?Km-r*. IH « S ^— 25 a 10 /— 26 a 8 f- 

MxvVo A»i^ptca for the Beacne, 27 a H' 
N,NN^* ^^K^wt. S4 « 8 ^— 16 m 7 /-22 • 

\\vr Nvrm^^X' ax the Fo^ Theatre for the 

K>^\>%. yu>m*nf Stvji^ Aw*pd Mo***- 

Vi* w r. ^T»?> i.^'-noT cm. T » 11 ^ 
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I'ALHi;^ a I5BEX Trt "THE TIMK3 KBWarArElU 



—Bailwmy {cimlinutU). 

ven tbuiKttKk aiiil Vtimt. SGj 10 f 
n!t!t.lMui» luui f^a trauuimit KiiilwHy, 
juh: Ttiievm Kemucint; llie KiiiU tur 

'e«l Luiiiluii Junction. ^9 a'J/ 
Woud UrtHiii, Sevurul Trucki Ignited 
«rk fruui ■» ICiigiilu, 2'ij 111 u 
Ueii Mary Jlowlud, at Su^wbt^rrj' Hill 



L Lnd, named Neale, Killed while 

Ifa Levri Way, 7 w 6 / 

«v. J. S. Taylur. KiUe<] at Wiihain 

.TimO /—-ia m 10 L--^:- m7e 

jiUiii at Uufaufi SloTXiord. 10 u 9 /— 12 



Hudaendeld Slstion, 21 m i! /* 
LcyamiU. niiar Arbrualh, 11 ii 18 f 
MalliKic Balli Tuant^l, Um llx 
ar (juaker'i Yard, Aberdaro Valley, 10 

Sal (ley Junction, Pj5/ 

Whiivhaveu. M a b e 

Wuking Siatiun. 13j 5/-15J 7<-18 

I m Wurkinen, Liability of Employera, 

11. St. John) Lecture on " Deaf Not 

t. i)!) oi New South Wnl.i, SnXtd 
W.,oii ilie LvuIb KxeoutiuiL, t; u Ii < 
LTY (XIUH,! :— 



ti/y ^/ JJerliK. SU J 1 1 / 

CuH-r.iii.'iiie, ilU .1 11 c 

tV'-(/«. *i / 13 f 

ItimKirk. a M 1 1 « 

LitulM-hUmJ. Ui» I3« 

t\„«l-UHi.,. ii ,i \\ „ 

Harrj/S. /iJa-urtt— the Tkam't, 1 3 « 1 1 li 

ilaaiiuldl, i m li t 

J,.at Whilt, I w 11 c 

,i/.Hj,W/, iijia/ 

Sl.l'utn-L. lUmUfc 

li'r/ieJ«n. 6i«i f 

ffj tx b-l,illt,; m m li c 

ii/.uiii— iIk iHnmUli. 10 a 11 6—17 fl 

>« II A— i'ao 11 b 

tiuu of Jireud, I'rosecutiun fur, II 



tedDnign. 17 m 10 J 

ng Swindles, iHIJ 7 e 

'umI SuL'ii-ty. Annual Meeting, 11 / 11/ 

.eetinit of Members, II j "J if 

lanBitd Khelsf, L'VjTa 

Xirrr/i IVeal InJi't, 30i Sc 

■iM-k ua Dido Tuwa, 4 a ie 



Afticn, Congrwis ac Ilrus'ela for the KTiilomiMin 

l'urtU(!Ui:3e KJi[iliiniIiun Kjiiedilion, 111 k 

10 1 

West. Bp. CrowtUer'* Lecture uo, I'i j * r. 

Note, about, i:.,/ * « 

African Kxplonition, ^i / 5 f 
Agricuiturai CotlfKe- tiraiciwttf, ttj 10 1 

Company nt Mauriiim, 7,/ H •: 

Labourers Union, Mr. An:h at Banbury. 

17ulOe 

uc NjlTlOKit, 

Ketnro», iiii m 4 /" 

Show at (Ixfont: H mi d 

Akiakuri Spect h un Bulgaria, i\ a i a 
ALuka, the UnitHl states Troops Kvicunte, 23 

Albert Hall, Sate of Paid up Shares. 12 w V- b 

Medal. New Jtegulatiuni, a « 7 /' 

Beatowmenls. aOj G/— i8; ill « 

AlcoGk (t^ir IL) on WeatminEter Hoapital, 2 „i i 

/-I8j8/ 
Alderman, Election of, for the Ward of Clicnp. 

25 m 7 d~tlim M /— 2!l m 1 c—tjlij—i i } 
y— lO/Oa— 27j IK* 

Scrutiny, K.lj f e-2D / >0 d 

Aldemey, Inquiry into the llerfenue netarii* wf, 

Ablenhutt Ghost. 2S r< 10c 
Alexandra Falaue IJontt abaw, SI jia 

New LaMee*. II « J»l •! 

U3 Whit-olundaj. 22 * S * 

Alford ( l>r.) an Lead i'.iini.niiiB, Sfi ". U' e 
AUred the GWiit, Statue of, for Wariliip:, i<< it 

11/ 
Alliia«{m.l Weather in April, r.mf.e 
A'phsheti, Hialory of, ly laano Tajlur, ;!1 .< 7/' 
jMaace- Lorraine, trf Gi'bhanv 
Amateur Librariiinf.O/ G ;—»}(>>■ 
Torpedo iiKjie.iiuunt, U a lU 1—7 a 111 ■t~ 

MnUt 
Amazon Steam Navigation Compnnv, Anmul 

Meeting. 81 m 7 c 
Anibei Tnide. 31 hi 5 e 
AlCESICA :— 
Agricultoral Department. Repurta, 1 « ■■ ." * 



-1mi6/— 2aii 
-25 J 7 e 



-16/ 



Appoiiitraenta. 3 1 4 a 

Anny. Kedutt iun in. II w S i" 

BUinc(— jLetieronlhelU-jefH-ilOoTi-ni'irii, 

18 o 5 «~14 « 7 rf 
Dritish Auociiition of Vitginin, Annual 

Sleeting. 25 w 5 ( 
Gdebration of the Pope'i Jubilee in, a J 5 

d&.» 
of Queen Victoria'i Birthday at St. 

Pel crab u TK, Z5 n o </— I'ti /« 7 « 
CL-ntennJHl Kxhibiiion- llreat Lost to the 

Stockholders. 11 >i 1 d 

Coal I'unipanies Arrangement, 7 n S (/ 

Columbia, TroopnUrdurKd to b» Withdrawn 

the VreM4etvC» OtiM, ^ « » J 

CommettiaXSe'"*, W »fc 4 ^ ^ 

Consul Vtavo««* ^ '^^^^ Craw«»«'*» 

M.en Oitly aa, '2 » \ a. ^ 



Ace 



PALMKK*8 INDEX 1X> " TUK tl^KS ** NKWSPAPKR. [ApHl I ^ 



Arcide n ts fV «« f ivvii t) . 

Fatal, ill the Mod way, while Bathing, 16 ; 

10/; 

Fiflliinff Dd.it Caujeht in a Storm and 

w)wani|nid, Ei;;1it Persons Drowned, 4 i 8 « 
Upset ofT the Land's End and Three 



_ 



Men Drowned, 2(> J 5 /' 

— to Alfred John Gillingham, who Fell from 
St. Vincent's Kocks, Clifton, 23 a 9 / 

— to Great Aniwell, to Two Men Buried in 
an Excavation, 24 m 6 a 

— to George Wni. Hntt, Drowned while 
Bathing, at l^anibeth Bridge, 15 / 10 d 

— tojaiiseii andNi'iUon.Two Men, Suffocated 
in their Berths on Board the Ulrika, \) a 6 / 

to Jart. Keelcy, Drowned at Bournemouth 



while Bathing:, 10; 12/ 
Landslip at St. Genevieve, by which. Five 

Persons were Killed and Ten Buried Alive, 5 

t«7/ 
at the Launch of the Saratoaa^ in the 

Delaware, Forty Men Killed or Wounded, 23 

m oj 
to Hugh Little, who Fell from the Ramparts 

at Weymouth, 14 / 11 6 
to John and Wm. Main, Drowned in Moray 

Finh, 13 m 12 c 
- — at Meux*8 Brewery, Tottenham Court 

Road, from a Wall Falling on the Workmen, 

11 a 10 6 
< to Professor Morf, Falling off a Slope on 

the Alps and Killed, 3 m 5 «-— 3 m 10 a 
to Joseph Mosley, Drowned in the Trent, 

at King's Mill, 7 m y f 
— — to Mr. Geo. Edw, Ouffroy, Cut to Pieces 

by a Train at Kew when Crossing the Lines, 

2a4c 
at the Phoenix Ironworks, Manchester, by 

a Furnace Staging Falling on Two Workmen, 

24 a 10 e 
at Portishead Docks, to Two Workmen, 

14.? 7 e 
Prior and Fry, Two Boys, Drowned in the 

Stour, 20 ;• 10/ 
to a Railway Van, in the Old Kent Road, 

from an Explosion and Fire in, from a 

Combustible Consignment, 9 a 6 c 
at Redhill Quarry near Edinburgh, Three 

Workmen Killed from the Earth Falling in 

on them, 21 ; 5 /* 
to John Roberts and Robert Jones, at the 

Fron Slate Quarry, from a Waggon Falling 

on them from an Incline, 28 m 10/ 
to Wm. John Smith, Shot Dead while 

Passing a Shooting Gallery at Clont HiUs, 2 

a 7/ 

at Tay Bridge, by which One Workman 

was Killed, 21/9/ 

to Wm. Tavlor, who Died in a Sparring 

Match, at South Shields, 9 a 10 d 

to Three Men, Forcing an Entrance and 

Going Below the Leader Schooner, when 
under Fumijration to Kill liats, 28 m 10 /* 

on Board the TAufukrer, a Man and Boy 

Injured, 26 m 8 e 
-— to Hannah Wurd, Killed by tlw Explosion 
of a Gun, at Scjuklcton, It) m J) d 



Aocidenti (i-ontinued). 

— to Wieschen Catholic Church, Struck by 

IJghtning, Six Persons Killed and Seventy 

Injured, '61 m b e 
ACGIDENTS-MINIKO t— 
at Blue Point Hydraulic Claim, California, 

from the Bank Falling in Burying Thirteen 

Workmen, 26 a 9 ./ 
at Cooper's Bank Colliery, Two Men Injured, 

7in9 s 

Explosion of Gas at Nantyglo Pit, 29 w 9/ 

at Pottsville Colliery, 2i w 9 « 

at Wadesville Mine, near St. Clair^ 

Pennsylvania, 10 m 5/— 12 m 12 c 
at Ynyshir C-olUery, 22 in 7 e 



at Great Bays Colliery, Tyldesley, 26 a 

9/— 12 m 12 c 

at Mowbray Iron Mines, Frezington, of 



Dynandtc, 9 m 7 rf 

— Fall of Coal in Himley Colliery, a Miner 
Killed, 28 m 7/ 

— Fire Damp Explosion at Annesley Colliery, 
Causing the Death of Seven Men, 29/ 12 i/ 

in Annesley Colliery near Nottingham, 



18jm9/ 
At Lovell's Tin Mine, Two Men KiUed, 18 7 

9 e— 20 ib f 
^— at Roche hi Moliere Coal Pit, a FaU of 

Coal Closes in Three Men for Five Days, 22 

til 9/ 
at Troedyrhiw Colliery, Greater Rhonda 

Valley, 13 a 5 /*— 16 a 7 c— 17 a 10 c— 18 o 10 

6—19 a 5 «— 20 a 8 a— 23 a 8 a— 26 a 8 r 
Albert Medal to be Given to the Rescuers, 

25 a 10 e— 26 a 8 c— 26 ; 9/ 

Case of Abby Dodd, 22 m 7 e 

Mansion House Fund for the Rescued 

and Rescuers, 24 a 8 b— 25 a 10 /^— 26 a 8 c— 

28 a 10 a— 24 m 9 f 

Mode Adopted for the Rescue, 27 n 116 

Notes about, 24 a 8 6—16 m 7 /— 22 m 7 



e— 23 m 12 a— 25 m 6/— 7 ; 5 e 

Performance at the Folly Theatre for the 



Aid of, SmXOd 

Rescue of the Imprisoned Miners, 21 a 



11 a~23 a 8 a— 28 a 10 u 

Royal Humane Society Awvrd Medals 



to the Rescuers, 2 m 12 d 

Thanksgiving Meeting, 24 a 8 6 

Mr. Williams Lecture on, 7 m 1 1 /* 



at the White Lee Collieries, the Steward 

Drawn Down and Killed, 6^' 9/ 
ACCIDENTS— RAILWAY :— 

near Bacau, 28 m 5 6 

at Birmingham, New Street Station Tunnel, 

20a 5 € 
Falling in of the Mont Cenis Tunnel, a 

False Report, 4 a 10 c 
to the ** Flying Dutchman," from Two 

Carriages Taking Fire, near lieadintjr, 2o m of 

at Frankley near Worksop, 9 a 6^ c 

near Highbridge, 3 m 10 u 

near Lichfield Station, 11 m 5/ 

at Matlock, 2 al d 

neat "NlcVtose ^X»Xvm>*l a T / 

i\eat "NlvixalcT* li\i\\\ ^ WoK^ift >ft^\\\^ \xK^'5\ia\ 

Oft \\\c V:.v\«i\xic, VV> j VV \ 




~Bailw»7 (ruBdnweii). 

i^n lUiutuvk anil Kii>nie. ■^dj 10 /' 

iuh: Tliieicii Ketuoving itie Ktiils lur 

'cut Lutiiluu Junction, It) a 'J /' 
Woud Uretui, Sevcnj Truulia Ignited 
aric fruui ail Kugiiiv, 'lH / lu u 
Ueii Uarjr Itowtud, M Sif.iwbrrry Hill 



lirtHi Cmtle Droven, a 



Not 



inn ham, 



L Lad, named Neale, Killed while 

g a Levri V\ ay, J m a /' 

«v. J. S. 'Ixylur. liilled at Withara 

, 2:i M <i /— JJt w II) ''— 2.'- «i 7 c 

MHi at BiAoj) Sunfonl, 10 u 9 /—IS 



UudcJenfieid Statian, SI m l> r" 
Lvyiiiiill, ntar Arbrualh, II ii IS / 
Malluck Bath Tunnel, U m 11 « 
«r yuaker* Yard, Aberdaru Valley, 10 

Sallley Jiimilion, f j 6 / 

^V)1ilehavell. 'M a a t 

Wukiiig Station. ia> 5/— IB j 7 e-l$ 
':.V lu c 
I U) Wurkmen, Liability of Gmployen, 

I). St. Juhn) Lecture on "Deaf Not 

■■ iU u U / 

I. IJ.) ua New Soiitli \Val"i, 3 <> » ij 

\V., uiL itie U-cdo Kxu'juiiui^ ti u 11 « 

LTT COURT :- 

A riutt... i J 13 e 

Aricowi, 16 J 1 1 / 

ArH,a„UM. 5 « ii I, 

Airuii,tm lit 

ViaMiinliHt, ;JU u 11 c 

t'sl-ilt. ai ; 13 /* 

IfcnlmMmJ, I4ur I3« 

U'trr^ S. /."'/((Mnt— the ThainfM, 1 3 u 1 1 d 



J;He WluU, Inn 


Muryhmd. UjU/ 


U.ik. ■i\,llt 


Ht.PuUiL; 11} mU 


ti,r,m/'....6«itf 








tiua uf Uread, 1' 



iWt. It; a U £-17 a 
for, II 



tedDruei>. 17m )0</ 

ii:al :Suc-iety. Annual Meeting, It ; 11/" 
.wiiiig uf Members, 1 1 j U if 
Inn and Khelflt, ■JUj 7 a 
Sonh West India, 30 j 6 c 
■ruck on Dida Tufa, i a j t 



I, C<in({re«g at Hms-^els turlhc t^plo 

I'urlUtiuuse Kiiiloretiun Ejcinslitiim, 10 k 

West, Bp. Crowthtr's Lecture ««, IS / it c 

Hutes about, J.>^' 4 « 

African Kx|Juratioa, 2i J o f 
Agricullund CuHetK. l'ire»a'«tn'. ttj ID c 

Company of Mauriijire, Tj M ■: 

Labuuien Union, Mr. Arch at Bauburj. 

I7u 10* 

ttt NaTIOKtL 

Ketnrna, li.l m +/' 

Shaw at Oxford! Jl ni 9 <f 

Aksakuff'a Specih on Bulgaria, 2! n 4 n 
Alukt, the United Swtea Troops Kvacont^, U'3 

(7/ 
Albert Halt, Sale of Paid up Shares. 12 m 12 i 

Medal. New Itcgulalluns, S m If 

Beitowments, 2U j F.f—'i'i j W a 

Alcuck (Sir li.) on W'ustminacer HoBpilal, 2 »t i 

/— IS/Sf 
Alderman, Election of. for ibe Ward of Clienp. 
- - ■ - ^jllj-^:, , 1 



J-W. 



I ivz 



-27j I; 



Al-leniiott Ghost, 2^ » lOc 
Alexandra Palauu llorae Show, 2t > C « 

New Lassws, 1 1 la Iti il 

ua Wliii-iliauJay. 22 ■ < * 

Alford < Dr.) on Luiid I'.-i'oninr, »S n 1 ■-> e 
AUied the Greut, SUiae of, fur Watitiisc, ■!• 

11/ 
Allnatt (Dr.) Weather in April, 'imae 
A'lihabeti, History ol, by Isaac Ta>lur, 21 ,.' 
Alsace-Lorraine. IK Qi'bhamt 
Amateur Librariiinn. (1 / U h~3 j fi i- 
Torpedo lixpe. iuicnt, G o 10 J — ' " lil 

Ammun Steam Nnvigation Coinpnnv, Ann 

Meeting. SI m ' e 
Amber Trade. 31 ui a s 
AKEEICA ■— 
Agiicultural Department. Reiwirts. 1'^ 



— 2»Kai 



-l», Id— HI) 



Appoitilments. 3 n 4 a 

Army, Iteducli.m in. 11 m S » 

Iilaine(— )L«[i.Tunthel(ejeci«lOo'Tmnr;.. 

I3a:>*-U«7i/ 
Britiih Associutiun of Virginia, Annual 

Meeting. i5 m !i e 
Celvbratiun of the Pope's Jubilee in, 5 j 6 

d&t 
of Queen Victoria's Birthday at St. 

PeteraburK, 2o m S rf— '.'R m 7 « 
Ontenninl Kxhiliiiion— (irifat Lots to the 

Stocikholders, 1 1 .i 7 (/ 

Coal I'onipanies AiranBement. 7 aUd 

Colmnbia, Troops Oiiiurtd to Iw Withdrawn 

\\\e Vremaeni:* (iriM, ^ a a J 

CoLnmerc\ii\^a*V^* i«b i 

toiwii\s, VKtyiwsi ^ ^=*^' 

Men (Inly as, -i n V a 



Ame 



palmer's index to " TH« TIMES ' NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



America (cotinued). 

(Congress Con voiced for October, 8 m 5 f 

Capt. CrHpo and his Wife Sail in the yew 

Bedjordiot L<)n«lun, Thcinselvea Only on iioard, 

21) iH bf—Wjiyd 

Crops fnun California. 23 / If 

Declaration of VVnr Formally Announced 

to, by Turkey and Uussi.i, 'lb m o f 

Decoration Day. 2 j 1 b 

Dipionifltic N mvs ij) a 5 d—2\ a 7 </— 30 a 

5 a — 2 //* 7 e — 1 1 m o d — 4 j 7 e — 13 j 6 c — 18 

j 7/-2n / 7 ./ 
Sir Kdw. Thornton on a Visit to Lord 

Dufferin, '.) a r* f 

Keturu of Mr. Washburn from Paris, 10 



a 5 e 

Dynamite Cartridjfes, 12 « 5/ 

Emigration to Sydney, 5 .) 5 a 

Emma Mine Case, 30 a 5 a 

England Requires the Arrest of the Mur- 
derers of M'Clelland, a Scotchman, 1 ; 5 « — 
18j7c 

Execution of the ** Molly Maguire " Con- 
spirators, 14 i 5 c/— 10 / 5 e — 22^' 5 d 

Export Iteturns, {) n A f 

of War, Material to Turkey, 17 a 5 / 

Extradition Treaty, IGj 7 e 

Fifty-two Ton Gun Cast at Boston, 2/76 

Financial Difficulties in, 29 w 7 a 

— — Fisheries Commission, see Fisheries 

Four Per Cents, Subscriptions for, 23 

j7d 

acd a Half Per Cent Loan Taken up, 27 

joe 

Grant (Ex- President) Leaves for England, 

18 w o c 

Honouriblv licceived in Philadelphia, 

\Hmod 

in London, will Stav at the American 



Embassy. 21 m i> / 
Hayes (President; Hanquet to the Russian 

Princes at Washin^toTi. i\) n o d 

Import I \ (.'turns. 13 ; o /' 

Indian Chief SiH>t;ed Tail makes Peace 

with. H ri 5 e 
Indiins. 1.000 Surrender to Gen. Crook, 

IH « 5 c— 23 (I fi /• 

Coi.flict. with. 20 /r> /— 21 j 5 6—22 j 5 



</&/ 



FurtlKT Surrenders. 8 m 5 f 



International Permanent Exhibition, For- 
mally Opencil. 12 w 7 d 

Iowa Republican Conventinn, 30 ; 7 d 

Loui^iana and Governor Packard, 7 a 5 d 

—21 n 7 d— 23 ahe 

Mass Meeting of Citizens to Uphold Mr. 

Kicholls. a 5/ 

Miscellaneous News, 23 o 5 e — 26 ah f 

• Special Commission of Inquiry. 11 a 7 /* 

—14 a 7 y— 16 a 5 </— 19 a 5 ti— 20 a 5 c— 21 
a7 d 

Mediterranean Fleet, Re-inforcements for, 

^3 a 5 d 
— — Mercantile Fafltirvfi, 16 a 5 d 
-— and Mexico, 5 m 7 /—SO m 5 e—3l m 6 e— 



America (*'onihiued u 

Mount Carmel Destroyed by a Tornado, 6 

National Debt, 3 a 3 A— 1 m 5 /— 2 m 7 «— 

3 /// 5 e—tii m 1 1 c— 2.; 7 h -Aj7e 

Rifle Association, 11 ; 8 <i 

Neutrality Proclamation, 24 m 5/ 

New Loan, 16 j 7 e 

Orleans and Mr, Packard, 6 a 6 e 

York, Meeting of Managers of Conipanies 



in Consultation in, 6 a 5 6 

Tammany Ring, 6 m 13 « 



— Paris Exhibition, Meeting at New York 
about being Represented at, 26 m 7 e 
Parties in, 14 ; o c/ 



Presbyterian Delegates to the Edinburgh 

Council Leave New York, 19 ; 5 « 

President Hayes in Office, 3 a 4 a 

Addresses, o a ob 

at Beston, 25 / 7 «— 27 / 5 c— 28 J 5 /"— 

29^ 6 e 

in Rhode I>Und, SOj 7 d 



— y — -^j • — 

— Railway Combinations, \%mhd 

— Repudiated State Bonds, 16> 7 rf 

— Resumption of Specie Payments in. 81 m 7 a 

— Retrench.ment Enjoined by the President, 
30 M 5 « 

— lievenue Returns, 7 ah d 

— Russian Naval Force off, 21 a 7 c 

— Silver a Legal Tender, 29 ; 5 rf 

— South Carolina, 2 a 3 «— 6 a 5 6—21 aid 

Mr. Chamberlain Withdraws, Wal d 

Mr. Hampton m Office, 12 a 5 c — 16 a 5 

/-— 19 ahd 

— Southern States now for the First Time 
Since the Rebellion Governed by its Own 
People, to ah d 

— Specie Payment, Resumption of , 4 a 6 </ 

— Tanunany King and Mr. Sweeny, 8/60 

— Tariff, 31 m 10 a 

— Territories of, 26 w 8 c 

— Mr. Tilden at the Manhatton Club Protests 
against the Presidential Election, 14y 7 d 

— Trade in, and the War, 28 a 6/ 
with, 21 ; 7 d 

— Treasury Bonds, 6 a 6 e— 7 a 6 /-8 w 5 / 
—10 m 5y— 14 w 8 a— 22 ni 5/— 29 w 5/— 11 
; 7 «— 12>5 rf— 23 ; 7/— 25^ 7 e 

Sales, 28 m 5 /' 

— and Turkey, 31 m hf 

— Tweed to be Released on Restitution, 9 a 6e 
Reveals the New York Ring, 30 a 6 /— 5 

m Vi>e^\hjLd 

— United States Bonds Redeemable in Gold 
only, 21>o/*— 22>6rf 

— and Venezuela, 14 a 7 <f 

— War Materiel for the Belligerents Constantly 
Despatched, 21 w 6 / 

News, Effect of, in. 26 a 6 /— 30 9/"— 



14 »i 9 a 
American Beef, Shipments of, 16j 7 « 

Trade in Manchester, Uj 10 6 

Cattle, Import Returns, 14; 11 1 

Farmiug, 26 in 9 e 

m 7 d 



June 30, 187/.] palmer's indkx to " the times " nbwspatjkk. 



^iu» 



American Meat Trade in, 10 a 9 /— 12 a 5 /*— 16 

il2/— 21/ 7« 
First Direct Importation of, for Bristol, 

4a7b 

— Sheep. Import of. 9 m 12 d 
Stock Markets, 10 ml f 

Americfin Inventor — Death of Ross Winans, 3 

»i 1 1 a 
Amos (Professor Sheldon) on Neutral Rights 

and Obligations. 1 m VI e 
Amphlett (Baron) Illness of, 6 a 11 a— 12 « 10 

c—l'Aa » a 
Anaronda Serpent in the Zoological Gardens, 9 

al t 
Anatomical Confusion, 1 m 10 « 
Ancient Monuments. 11 a li) h 

Bill for Preserving, 27 / 4/ 

Ancketill (Maxwell) on Justice in Turkey, 22 

Angling Prospec s, 30 m 10 e 

Anglo- Scotch Episcopalians, 2 u 5 c — 11 al f 

Auti-Kussian Demonstration in Hyde Park, 7 m 

11 /— UwiHa— 28 wi 7/ 

Panics, 2 w 12 ^ 

Anti-Slavery Society, Annual Meeting, 4/6 a — 

bjld 
An ti- Vaccination Meeting, I67 11/ 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Monmbutlishire, 7 a 

10 « 

near Colchester, of Roman Pottery, 11 m^d 

in Mycenae, 20 o 4 o— 4 / 5 /—1 2 > 4 /* 

at Ulympia, 1 6 « 6 a 

Archaeological Congress at Senlis, 29 ;/i 5 </— 31 

m 10 0—1 }d f—si 12 A 

Researclies in Tray and Mycenae. 12 a 8 a 

Treasures in the Wrong Place, ii m W d 

ARCHES, &c. COURT :^ 

CHancel Screens, 16 m 11 / 

Church of the Annunciation, Cliistlchurst, 

I61W 11/ 
Hughes and Williams v, Edwards, 5 j 1 1 c — 

19j 11 d 
Marriiier v. Bp. of Bath and Wells 28 a 13 

rf— 30 II 1 1 c- 1 7« 1 1 d—1 lu 1 1 c— 8 /;/ 12 e— 



17 m 11 d 

— Return of, 4 a 9/ 

— Ridsd:dc r. C lifton — .Judgment, 14 m 11 y 
— 17/M 11 d—n ni 10/* 

Church Association on, 14 ; 7 /* 

Churches it Will Effect, 'Zi* m tif 

Clerical Determination to Disregard the 



Judgment, I ; 11/ 

Meeiing about, 24 m 9 e 



J 



Notes about, 29 m 11 c— 31 m 8 d— 4 / 6 

:-7j 8 b^bj 4y-9 / 6/-2SJ 7/ 



Dr. Pusey on. 23 m 6 c— 28 w 1 1 6— 1 4 y 7 / 
Rev. Mr. Ridsdale Continues his Services 



as Usual, 28 tn lOy— 12 / 12 h 

St. Augustine's. Haggerston, 16 w 11 /* 



Archibald ^^ Consul-Gen.) on Trade with the 

United States, Zi j 7 a 
Arctic Expedition, Blue Book on, 6 a 8 a — 16 
j 12 c 

Sir George Nares Receives Permission to 

Publish Account ot, dude 

Hotts about, :H ut II e 

Upturn of tJbu Fox, 'J3 m 12 a 



Arctic Dutch Expedition, 10 a\2 d 

— Lime Juice, iij 6 e 

Arctic Medals, Distribution of, 9 m 10/ 

Scurvy Inquiry, 5 m 6 e — 16 m 8 c — 25 m 

lib 
Argentine Confederation : — Amnesty Granted 

to Political Offenders, 14 m 8 a 
*^— Collisions of Arm^ Men in, 16 /n 7 a 

— Crime in, 16 m 7 a 
Export Trade, 8 w 6/ 

Financial and Social State of, 14 7 8 t/ 

Opening oi Congress, 8 //i 5 /* 

Argyll (Duke of) on the '* Russian Declaration,'* 
21 aS h 

Reply to, TSmSe 



on Indian Administration, 18 7 12 d 



Armenia. Campaign in. 4 ; 5 a — 5 / 8 a — 13 j 10^ 

c— 15 / 8 a— 29/ 10 6—30/ 13 a 

Turkish Misgovernment in, 4 a 10 c 

Wedding in, o a S a 

Army Scripture Kcadcrs' Society, Annual Meet* 

ing, 19 m H e 
and Navy Pensioners* Employment Society, 

Annual Meeting, 19 m 8 e 
Arnold (Arthur) on the ** Russian Declaration,'* 

24 'H 6 d 

on Persia, 31 m 12 A 

Arsenical Colonv^n/. ]i'>j 6 f 

Art Pottery and Porcelain on View at Phillips's, 

22 m 4/ 

Sales, see Fink Arts 

Artisans' Dwellings Act, Official Inquiry, 7 a (> 
d^d rt 1 1 />— 1 1 a 13 e— 14 a 5 </— 1 7 a 4 /— 

23 a 4 d^'2e a 6 / 

Labourers' and General Dwellings Company, 

4/9 rf— 5^8 A 
Artists' Benevolent Fund, Anniversary Festival, 

23 (to/— Urn 10 r. 
General Benevolent Institution, Anniver- 
sary Dinner, 14 //< !(» 
Ascension Day, Services. J) m 12 c 
Ashbury (James) Correspondence with Mr. 

Ghidstone on the EH>ie:n Question, 4 a 8 c 
Asia Minor, Campaign in, 22 y 10 a 

sf^e War in the Ea»t 

Assault of a Servant on her Mistress at Yoxford, 

10 (/ li) a 
Astronoini^'al Disappointment, 2 aO f 
Asvluni for Tailors, IJ /i lu c 
Atlantic Perils, I87 5 d 
Atlas Assurance ('onipany, 2j 9 rf 
AUSTRALIA : - 

Appointments and Resignations, 26 a 6 e 

Mr. Berry's Speech and its Consequences, 

10 a 12 u 

Budget, 10 a 12 h 

Conference of Delegates from the Colonies 

of, on a Duplicate t-able to England, 10 a \2 a 
Customs ^iid ihe Firm of Stevenson's, 10 m 



12 ft 

— Defence Movements, 26 j 5 /" 

— Elections, 29 m \0 d 

— Emigration to Southern, II a 5 d 

— Federal Scheme, 10 a i2 



PAUlUH^d INDCA TO ** TUlt TIMKA " N£\V8I'AP£K. 



[April 1 t»> 



' Australia {nmlinmd). 
-^ — Kain in, \\ m b d 

-^— I{cvi;nue Itetiirns, 10 a \2e—^^ m \(i d 
— ^ South— Commercial News, iiu a b b 

M J!^cellaneou» News, 20 j bf 

MurelmuitgrAuts hooded for the Harvest, 

2(J /y/ 

Population Returns. G ; 10 /* 

a 8ixry-ou"ceNugjfet Found in, 10 wi 11 /" 



Union BHuk Purclyise tbe Criterioa Hotel, 

10 CI 12 ^ 

Australian Aborijiinf s, 81 in 10/ 

Guuna Islands. 31 m lU f 

Mortgage, Laud and Fiuance Company, 13^ 

a 12 n 

Planii, Ij 6 < 

Silk, 11 M Si/ 

Urmvertf* Depot, 7 m4f 



Tru^t and Agency Company, 1 m C a 



Austria :— Army, 2y m ^ ei— 22 ) o t 

— ^ < Vlobration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of 

Archduke Albrecht Entry into the Army, 20 

u b a 

Achlr&iscs Presented, 20a & 6 

Taxation Heturns. 2 u 4 n 

Austrian i'olicy in the East. 2rt //i 9/— 2ft/ 5/ 
.Seuuahly. 22 / .) e— 2o / 7 »/-2& j 1 U— 2a 

/ 5 r — 27 / 5-V— 'fb J b d—T.^ / 6 c 
Au^triv-liuugofKiu intero.'<:s, M. Tisaa's Speech^ 

iW Kn>pr'i»r by TcWgrani ApplmU the 

>peicli, 2'J > ►» <• 

Treaty u< (caunusrce. 2V) m b « 

Au.lio4-iiy 1.1 Miiitei* of Upiuiou, ii>i 7 < 

IL 

lJul>,\ P.irmiiiij. -4 (I 10.' 

FairuM. 23 m 7 « 

liiiilly llo.»t^e.l, lU lu (i / 

iSaguali I John) and ^o4is (Liniiled) Report, 13 } 

(,y--23 / y rf— 2»> i li a 
15auot(^Alau)on Lightning Conductors, H)a \0 d 
k^ti&vT i^\i.) ou the Ureal Wedlern oi Canada, li) 
« G // 

(Col. Valentine "I Serious Illness of , b m lie 

DaiikiTs — Amiual Dinner ol the li'.»igli»h Country 

hankerti* Association, iijiid 
BANKING :- 

Anglo- Austrian, 21 w* 7 a 

Anj;io-K;4\ plian, 2'. im 7 a — 1 j G d 

« Angio-Foreigu Uanking Coniiiany, 24 a 11 a 

Anglo-Hunnari;in. 4y \) d 

Bank of Bengal, 22; 10 e 

of Bombay", 14^ b d—lb j 10 a 

of British Norili Anierica. 2 ; U d — 7 78c 

of Engbiud, Weekly Kvturns, G a 6 c — 13 

a lU c ^ e/— 20 u 10 c & /— 27 a i 1 e & y^— 4 m 
(i f— 1 1 ut 10 6--lb m 10 // *ii />— 25 m 7 a & b 
— 1 ; 6 ^ c— b / 6 o i& ^—15 y 10 6 & c— 2U 
/ 1 1 

Annual Ketum. 7i 6 a 

Average Slock of Bullion Held by, 11 

r/ 12 /;-4 ill G />— 31 in 7 0—21) / II ^> 
])jiide.n}^, J M G a — lU w U n 



— JiJecnou ot Din'Ciors. rj a J a 

- A ew- Direct or, JH a a r 

A:oU'a in Circuhitioii, G u6 O^iii a 10 



Banlving O'onttnued). 

€--20a lC>c— 27 a 11 •—11 wiai»— 18 mlh/» 
-25 w 7 a -1 > 6 /»— b ; G a— 15 / 10 6—2:' j 
10/— 2yy 11 h 

Bank of England, Rise in ih^ Discount, 4 

of France. Weekly Return, 6 a 6 r- 13o 

10c/- 20 a 10 /•— 27 a 11 /*- -4 /« G 0— 1 2 m Ui 
c— 18 m 10 A— 25 m 5 /;— 25 in 7 <»— 1 j 5 c— I 
/ G 0—8 / 5 rf— 15 ; 5 d— 22 j 5 f — 29^ 5 e 

Half-yearly Diviilend, 2b / 5 e 

iA Montreal, 2+ « 11 <i— 21 j 7 a 
of New South Wales, 2 «/ 12 a— 20/ I a 
Zealand, 5 m b/i— 2l>7rf 



-«rr 



of Rouniania. 18 ; y a 

of Scot hind, Report, \^ n 7 a 

' of South AustraHa^21 f 7 a 

of Spain, 2b /// 7 a—{)j 12 d 

of Victoria, 10 « G d 

Bmikvrs' Clearing HMise, Weekly Return. 

<>a t^f- I3a >0«/— 20« 10 /— 27 rt 11 / — I w 
6 r— 1 1 IN 10 6— lb m 10 6 -2-5 m 7 />— l ; G r 
—8; G /»— 15 ; 10 c— 22 / 10 /— 2^ / 11 h 

Statistics of the Working of, for the last 

Ten Vears*, 3 /« 7 '•— 7 /// 7 « 

Bani^uede Paris. &c.. General Meeting. 14 

nt 7f 

— — Britihh Linen Company Bank, 20 / 7 o 

Chartered, ol Indiw, AuMtraiia and China, 

21 II 13 r 

Mercantile, of India, L»>ndoD and Chin.% 

{^{t G </ — 7 «r i 1 .1 

Clicq:ie, Balamre Sheet> 90 a 7 • 

Annual Meeting, 3 m 7 c 

CokiD-iak 22 i \0 e 

of New Zealattil. G a 6 /> 

Coumu'rciiil, »rf Alejiaudriii, 19- a (S it 

C»Nn|Mirts(>H of t'le Bank of Engkind with 



ibe Tnccb of ConsoU and French Rentes, G 'i 
(J 6__i;t „ }o r— 20 n !*► «— 27 a 1 1 /'— 4 in H r 
— 11 in 10 6— lb m 10 />— 25 //i 7 <<— I / 6 6— b 
j G /.-15 j 10 6—22./ »0/— 2yy 11 6 

Delhi and London-, 1 2 a 7 e 

Deutsche, of Berlin, 2b ^ 12 a 

English, of Rio de Janeiro, 3 w 7 u — 11 m 

lOti— 24 in 7 e 

Imperial, of Germiiny, (Sad c — 11 a 12 A— 

lb a (i A— 2b a 12 n^'Zb m 7 a—b / 11 « — 12 J 
G «— lb / 7 «— 20 j 7 <i— 27> G a— 2b> 7 a 

Ottoiwan, Annual Meeuug, 2b / 7 e 

Ionian Banks, 30 m 7 e 

Land Moi-tgage. of India, 1 ; 6 a — 4 j ^ d 

Lond«)n, of Mexico, 12 a 7 a 

Chartered, of Australia, 21 a 13 a — b m 



1 1 c/— 2 1 //. 7 r' 

■' of Mexico and South America, 21a 



13 r 



j7e 



and County, IG/ 13 a 

- Hud llauHeaiic, Dividend. 30/ 12 a 
~ and iiiver I'late. 30 m 7 a 

- and South Africa, 4 m G d — bj 11 a — 20 



and South Western, 13 c 12 fi— 1 j 6a 

Mercantile, ol River I'late, TJ a 6 a — 3 in 7 r 

\\\\\s & Co., «iv\i\ C,vi<i & <Jv»., of Bristol 

isauoi\a\»ol AAiaVw\a&\a^ v> -ttt^ a 



June 30, 1877.] pamiek^s ini»kx to *• tiik timk.s** KBWdfAr-KR. 



Huu 



Bulking (rotttijtued), 

— Mational^ of India, 2i a \l u & L- 

• of I'aniguay, l\ a 12 b 

rruvincial, of England, 1 1 ui 10 n — 12 w 

16 e 

Oriental Bank Corporation, 20 a 10 6—21 

a 13 c 
Private and Joint Stock, Circulation Re- 
turns, )J a 12 6-4 m 6 />— 31 m 7 /»— 2Uy 11 a 

Provincial, of Ireland, 21 w« 7 /* 

Koyal. of Scotland, 7 ; 8 a 

Scotch and Irish. Specie Held by, 11 ji 12 

— 4 m G />-:il m 7 h—t\ij 11 b 

btandard. of lJriti>h South Africa, 18 a (i 

c— 21 a 13 6—30 a 7 c— 67 11 u^'li) j 7 e— 21 
j 7 a 

State of Shai'eM in, see everif dutf*s paper 

Union, of Scotland, 20 al a 

BANKRUPTCIES :— 

Abbs. Jonathan, 20 7 G/ 

Abdelinalek Abdelgani Hider ££fendi, 20 

Adlnrd, Wui. Peacock Ely, 30 w 8 c 

Adnanis, Wni., 2« a 10 c 

Aiken, A.. 5 m 10 c 

M ., 1 II \% f 



Bankruptcioa Crtmiinwdj. 
— ISruckiier. Au;iiiiHus, 2li tu H b 

iirnnioii. A., '.iii /// i< h 

huiUiinuii. J.. 2 m Mf 

\{. M., 16 a {j a 

liuiien, J., 7 <i G /' 

Bmall, Kdw'ard/28 a lOr 

liui ningluini, J. and James F^ 2(> m 10 c 

Calder, K. J., 23 m « 6 

Callow jind Sn»itlt, 27 j 10 6 

Campbell, .1. S., 7 n iif 

Cardozo, Wni. Page, 4 « 8 6 

Carlon, H., 5 in lu c 

Carslaw, J., 7 <i G/ 

Carur. Giles, 28 a 10 c 

Cntto, G., 12 Hi 7 / 

Chibholni, P., IG > 10 c 

J., 28 a 10 c 



Clitphaiu, T. 2G ui 10 e 
Clark, J., 2 J 6/ 

— John, m 10 c 

- Win., 2 > 8/ 
Win., Stephen and Cbeetliam, Benjaiain, 



Aikenheail. T., 12 m If 
Amoux, Jacques, 14 a 11 6 
Ander»)n, W.. 13 ? 8 r 
Atkinson, '1 ha^. W eatherbv, ZO j\2f 
Baillie. 1). K., G>«6 
W. M., 27/86 



Bainbridgc,.'i'hos. Young Cami)beU, 13^ 8 c 

Baines. Frederick, 19 m 10 a 

Baldwin, Daniel, 16 wi 8 a 

Baloier, W. U 13 ; 8 c 

BarcUy, H. and J. K., 23 «i 8 6 

Barr, J.. w 10/ 

W.. 23 m 8 6 

Barrett, C. H., 19 w 10 a 

- Barton. Ann. IG ;#/ 8 a 
hatchelor, W., l» / 10 6 

Bates. C'barles Bromley, 9/106 

Baxter, S. and E.. 2 m 9/ 

Bean. J., 2G m 10 r 

Beaniand, Chiis. Jns.. G j ^ b 

Beattie. D.. 23/ 10 a 

Beddard, JoHhua. 25 a ^ a 

Bell, J., 28 r/ 10 r 

Bent. Edward Stanley, 1G> 10 e 

Bentley. FuUer. 21 a 10/ 

bemal, Joseph. 12 in 7 / 

Bernard. Oodf rc^y Louis, jun^ 6 ; 8 6 

Berry, Arthur, '2j 8y' 

Biddy, Benjamin. 9 //< 10/ 

Birch and Brown, U; luS^a 

Black, W., 2 ;// 9 /' 

Blackwood. J« 9 //« 10/ 

Blakeley. Jaiues, 20 / i» e 

Blanc, Sir Seymour, 14 u 11 fe 

Booth, John,! 1 a 9 « 

Boyle. J., jun., 12 /// 7 /' 

Breetls, Morgan. 1 1 // 1) e 

Brook. Henry Jolin, 18 « G « 

BroHTT, Abrahiim Ihirrison^ 21 a 1\ f 

Jnne. 14 a II & 

Alickuttl Uenry^ 2S m 8 & 



9 m lOy 

— Clarke, Arthur, 20i 6 /* 

— Clubley, Wm. Henry, 23 > 10 a 

— Clunas, A., 21 a 10 /' 
IX, 9> 10 6 

— Cooper, Walter, IG / 10 c 
\\ m. Jului. 1 1 a 9 e— 23 i 10 a 






Coverdale, John, 23 / 10 ci 

— 7- Creccy, 1 'harles, 1 9 //* 10 a 

Crich, Samuel, 12 w 7y' 

Cunningham, J. L., 12 m 7/ 

Currie, M. M., 2G in 10 c 

U. I., 2j 8 /• 

Curtis. J. T., 12 TO 10 tt 

Dalgleish, J^ 28 a 10 e 

Dakiel, VV., 19 to 10 a 

Danziger, Hermann, 21 # )0/ 

Davenport and HoUiday, 19 to 10 n 

Davie, Geo. John, 13; 8 c 

Duvies. A. K. D., 11 a 9 e 

G. and 1)., 23 to 10 c 

Davis, llowuid Protheio, 11 a 9 e 

Davison. W., 9 w 10 6 

lieau, H., jun., 9 to 10/ 

De Fivas. Syiiney. 4 // 8 6 

Dennis, Joseph, 23j 10 a 

D'Onsfey, liicliard Slandish, 18 a G a 

Dewhurst, James llindle, 12 to 7y 

Diichburn, J., 23 (/ ij 6 

Dobson, Thos. Wriggles wort li, 13; 8 c 

Dodds, Archibald Tait, 1 G to 8 a 

Dodwell, Robert V^alentine, 28 a 10 c 

Dootson, John, 9 to 10/ 

Doughis, K. and J., 2 to 9/ 

Dudgeon, G., 27 / 8 6 

Dunlop, W. and J., G^ 8 6 

Dykes. Andrew, 30 j 12 f, 

harle, Henry, 9 / 10 6 

Edwards, Henry, 9 / 10 6 

El Kin, J., 2o /// lO c- 

--,KIL cull, — , V-V a V\ l»— V'v^ m^ oi 
NN \\\. ¥.An«\w, •^'^ 3 VI f 



^ 



INDEX 



TO I'HE 



TIMES lEWSPAPEE. 



1877. 













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*-i.^;. -'./'' 









SPRING QUARTER— April 1 to June 30, 



^ The only trae hiatorj of a countrj is to be found in its newspapers/* 

Lord Macaulat. 



SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, V^.C. 

1877. 



J5an 



IVM.MMt .S 1N?»!:X Tn ** TflK TI.MKS 



XF.>v«s'A!M:n. j^A|«Jl I t« 



Wiiuhi. (i<^ni L*^'- j(in.. 21 a 10 /* 

VuilJlL'. ir. -l II '"^ ^' 

r». KKilU:^TCT A:MiULLED:— 
A.'U on. .J. \V.. ■_'«> /« 10 r 

- A^ll^»•^)nl1. .lo-t'iih I'.mwn, Ifi / JO c 

I'm II 'niniiias ( ii;irl on, 5 ;*t 10 c 

i\iMlle, \Vm., 2<;/« 10 c 

Liiiiler. .I<ib., 14/* 11 h 

Campbell, Alexander Franeifl, Dm 'Oy 

Clenveiit. Francis, 9 »i WJ' 

l)iivi<l«, elohn. 18 rj n a 

l)(HlinHn. rijiirii't, "S « 10 r 

I lkin|;ion. 'riiomaB. 24 in H h 

Kvann, 'Ihos.. 2-^ " M» '• 

lira ham »<<hc|i1i. i;^ / '^ r 

Hacked t. Heliaid. IC) in 8 a 

Hawker. 'Ihoma^, !(> / 10 c 

Ji»b. Thi>mu8, 20 / (> /• 

Johnson, Wm.. \Aj i< r. 

Jones, ThomHJS, 2 m ;> r 

Kilby. Wm. Andrew, 25 a 9 tt 

— Kilner. Wni., 9 w 10 / 

Marshall, W. H., 27 ; 8 h 

MM Ulan, K. T. C, 16; 10 c 

l*n)ctor, Henry, 25 a 9 a 

Porritt, D. H,, and J. Jan., 23 w 8 6 

Smiih. Joseph. 5 m 10 c 

Wm., 23 w 8 h 

Vest wood, John and Hobden, 30j 12/ 

Williams, A. W.. 30 w 8 c 

BANKRUPTCY COURT.— 

Public Examinations. 4 <? 8 ft — 7 a 6 /*— 11 

u9e—\^ u 11 />— 18 u 6 a--2l a 10 /*— 25 a 9 
«— 28fl 10 c-2 w 9 /"— 5 wi 10 r— 9 wi 10 /— 12 
,/, 7 /•— 1!) Ml 10 a--L'8 in 8 A— 26 m 10 c— 30 m 
« c— 2 / S/—r>j 8 6—9 / 10 />— 13 ; 8 f-16 ^ 
10 c-!'0 ; 6 /'-23> 10 a— 27 ; 8 A— 30 / 12 / 

Aberga«,'Br()8., & C^., 20 a 11 />— 15> 11 / 

llaum, John, IG « 11 it— 26 « 1 1 c- 7 / 13 e 

Blane, Sir Seymour, 26 a 11 c— 19 m 13 U 

JUoomer, C, 2 ; 13 /* 

Blum & Co., 19 w 13 rf 

Breslin, E. W. W., jun., 28 i 11 e 

- Carrcll, Thomas Robert, 25 w 1 1 c 

Carter, John Money, 10a 11 b 

Challen, B. S., 13 o 11 </ 

Chapman and I^hany, 25 ; 13/ 

Charlton re Charlton. 8 in + /' 

Claphnm, Thomas, 13 a 11 d 

Surrey Gardens, low 11 /' 



Collie, A. and W., 3 w 11 e 

Comyn, G. E., 1 1 a 13 r 

Culler, Henry, 10 m 11 b 

Ilankey, Bros., & Co., 19 j 11/ 

HartMiont, E. H., 2 ; 13./ 

Hnv, Henry Herd. 21 ; il e 

Higgs, B., 26ill/ 

Hirschfield, Lowe ct Co., 5 m He 

Howard, C. H., 31 w 1 1 c 

Kennard, D., 25 ^ 13 f 

Kitchen, Thomas, 30 a 11 rf--2 m 13 /— 16 

— AV/A7, a ir., ijj 13/ 

Z,7yMnd, T. A., 2/13/ 

— ^»J^&JUJC, J. a:jd J, S.\ 6 J lid 



Bankruptcy Court {v(iutLiiW,il\. 

Micliml. .1. W.. VA\n \\ d 

.McrdU*. W., wa \\ r 

Nodskt.w. Alfiid. 19 m 18 rf 

— - Nujorei.t, L. tl., i; ; 11 h 

<)..kU-y, li. B , Cu-Oiwrative Crnlit Bank, 

22 ; 11/ 

O'Brien, F., 2(5 n 11 e— 28 a VA e—\i\ m 

12 a 

— rar^^eU. Howell and Daniel, 7 / 13 rf 
RitldeU, C. E.. 23 « 1 1 A 

Boht^rtpon and GrouJ»e, 9 n 11 d 

Ku;;enn»i. J. J.. 2i? m W d 

Bntionjee M«.rwanj<ei*. \^j VI t' 

Halin-er, M., 2^ m 1 1 e—i I j 13/ 

Sauuders, Henry, G; 11 o 

i>haw, Jame:!, er parU J. A. Sliaw, 12 ) 

11 e 

Stillwell, John Neale, 31 m W c 

Taylor, Andrew, 11 a 13 c 

Tussaud, J. B., 18 t/i 11 6 • 

re Villiers. 1 1 m 1 1 e — 18 m 1 1 « 

re Vivanti. 18 a 1 1 c— 2G <i 1 1 « 

Vivian. Hon. C. H. P., \^a\\ d 

West and (^mipany, 19 w 13 rf 

Bankruptcy Court, Return of Fee Stamps, 22 m 

6 d 

Law Amendment, Synopsis of, 12 « 13 <i 

Lefn»lati<m. Note about, 25 m G / 

liesume of Previous Acts, 13 « HJ b — 24 

ml a 
Prosecutions, Note about, Ifi /r 7 a 

Reforms, Notes on, 7 « 11 6—9 a 7 a— 17 « 

4d 

Baptist Missionary Society, Testimonial to Dr. 

Underbill, 24 a 10 e 

Ijnion, Spring Session of, 27 a ♦ c — 30 </ 4 e 

Barbary, Famine in. 28 / G « 

Barff (^Professor) Prevention of Corrosion of 

lion. 1 ni 9 f 
Burimby (Nath.) on the Inflexibk, 19 ; 10 «— 21 

Barnes Common and its Proposed Encroach- 
ment of Sewage Works, 27 a 4 /"—SO a 7 A 
Barnett (Hev, S. A.) on Overcrowding, 5 a 1 1 r 
Barrow-in-Furness, Census of, 11 wi 4 *f 
Bastian (Dr Charlton) on Germ.*, 12i 4 « 
Bastinado— Application of, 10 a 5 c — 12 a 10 rr 

— IGcz 10 a 
Bath (Archdn.) on Ritualism. 24 m 6 a 
Apix)intment8 to the Order of, 18 « 6 a 

and the Free Libraries Act, 7 m 6/ 

and West of England Show, 24 m 6 b — 5 ; 

10 b—6j 10 c— 9 ; G «— 12 ; 4 rf— 14i 7 e 
Battle of Copenbajren, the Survivors, 7 a 6 b — 

13a4c-24a 10 a 
of Navarino, 50th Anniversary Festival of, 

\^mh d 
Baverstock (E. H.") on Lady Stmngford's Work 

in Bulgaria, 29 m G d 
Bayazid, Sketch of, 4 m 12 a 
Be^iconsfield (Lord) Reply to the Memorial of 

the Dublia Corporation on the State of Italy 

and the Vatican, 9 m 13 c 
Becker (Col.) on Service in the Greek Anny, 2 

m 5 e 
Bedford Gramme ^vl\vv>o\, ^v^Oi\\i«L^^'l^ \ VI t 



Jane -0, 1877] palmew's indkx to ** thk times" newspaper. 



Era 



Ikvr from Canada. HO m 7 a 

lii.'vr < II.) B;jshi-U«z<)uks, Note on, 2',\ a 4 b 

H<:i^i\im: — ConiMierci.il Newu, 26 J of 

Defences 'i8 ; o e 

Election*?. 11 a If 

Intludtrial VtiAs in, 7 i 7 f 

the King Present at the Fetes at Liege, ij 

7 f 

Rioting During the Election*, 12 n 5 / 

Unveiling the Statue of Leopold I. at Mons, 

22 m 5 /' 

IltrUigerents and Neutrals, Notes about, 27 a 9 6 

Official Notices, 6 i 10 A 

Ren Trovato, 4 a 1 1 A 

lienefice<l Clergy and the Stamp Lftw«, 1/5/ 

Berkley (W.)on the Burials Bill, 20 a b ci 

Berwick Kain parts. 4 /» 6 r 

Bevan (li. JP.) Adulterated Cotton Goodf, 16 a 
\f 

Bible. New Translation, Meeting of New Testa- 
ment Kevuors, 19 a 9^—21 a 7y— 16 m 9/-— 

lay vz k 

Meeting of Old Testament Re visors, 19 w 

13/- 
Bickersteih (Dean) on (Jhurch Prospects, 25 a 

Hin]woo<l v^ George) Indian and Turkish Maho- 

niedans, 12 ; 8 ti— 14 / 9 d—^oyH d 
Birmingham Cattle and Dog Show, 29 ; 10 e 

Conservative Meeting at, Deprecating Mr. 

Gladstone. 2 m 9 d 

Mr. Gladstone at, 18 m 8 a—2\ m 7/— 23 

ui 10./— 26/« 11/-30.VI9/— li I0<i— 2i 12a 

Speech at the Liberal Confereoce at, 1 j 



10 a 



- to the Liberal Association, 2/ 12 a 
at the Mayor's Banquet, 2 j 12 e 



— Gun TpttJe, Annual Meetiug, 2 « 11 / 

— Liberal Association, toiree, 1 1 a 6 c 

— Royal Society of Artists. 2 « 7/ 

« — ?)ite for Two Baptist Chapels Presented to 
Trnstoes. 24 in 6 h 

United Drainage Scheme, 24 m 6 i--26 m 7 



/— 28 m 10 /;— 30 m 6 c— 1 ; 8 c 

BiHTHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
(ienernl having.' a complete Alphabetical List 
from lN-i7, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as alt*o of all British Subjects born 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Oflice in Somerset Houj«e, it is not deetned 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertiscHt in the Times. 

Christian (Princess) of a Still-born Son, 8 

in o / 9 m 12 6—10 m 9 /— 12 m 12 c— 16 m 

Deaths and Marriage Certificates, Note on 

the ( Imrges for, 16 a 4/ 
Black and White, Exhibition at Dudley Gallery, 

127 4 6 

Sea Trade—Note about, 24 m 7/ 

War Risks Demanded, 19 « 6 /* 

Blackheath Highwaymen, see Robbeby 
lilake (A. H.) on Spreading Infection, Half 
Blindfold Chess Playing. 19 o 9 /* 
Hlomfield (F. G.) on Church and Stale, 6 a 10/ 
Wj'th (J. S.J on the BcduyoIcqcu iff the City 
CumpaaieB, 20 u i> ^ 



Bolivian Loan, Meeting of Bondholders, '!<» m 9 
t— 1 4 / 9 </ 

Bonaparte — l^ecord of the Graves of tlie Various 
Members oi the Family, 14 a 6 / 

Bond C Dr. F. T.) Singular Coincidence on Births 
and Deaths of Two NeigUbuur Parishes, 5 a 
bf-^n a 12 c 

Bonnet-Duverdier (M.) Note about, 18 / 5 6 

Bonnets. Cost of Five, 21 ; 6 c/ 

Book Collecting, Mr.Quuritdrs Note on, 16 w 10 6 

Trade iu Germany, 9 j 6 « 

B00K3:- 

British Museum in Treaty for the Cliincse 

Literary Eiicycloj ajdia, 25 m lie 

Dictionary of thd French Academy Com* 

pleted. 18 a 5 d 

History of the Franco- German War, Large 

Profits from, 6 a 6 </ 

New and Elegant Editions of the British 

Poets, 21 m 4 /• 

Marquis de Talleyrand Perigord's *' Umle 

PIhs," 10 ri 6 e 

Sale of Bp. Thirl wall's Library, 16 mi 10 /> 

Times Column of New, and New Editions, 

4 a 12 d—b a \2 A— 6 a 12 c— 7 a 12 </— 9 a 
12 rf— 10 a 12 e— 11 a H c— 12 a 12 r— Li a 
12c--14a 14/— 16 a 12 c— 17 a 12 /"— lo u 
12 </— 19 u 12 c— 20 a 12 c— 21 a 14 'd—'i4 -/ 
12 </— 24 a 12 </— 25 a 12 c— 26 a 12 </— j; u 
12 /— 28 a 14 c/— 30 a 12 c^l w 12 c -2 ;// U 
6—3 m 12 a— 4 m 12 c/— 5 m 14 e—l w .\\i ^-^ j 
m 'i4 c— 10 m 12 d—l\ m 12 c— 12 w 14 «- Ji 
m 14 6—15 m 12<it— 16 in 12 «— 17 /// 12 «:— 1.» 
m 14 <•— 22 M 12 r— 23 m 12 c— 24 m 12 /•— 1'.'> 
7/i 12 6—26 //* 14 c Ac d—2S m 12 d—T.^ m 12 t. 
—30 m 12 c/— 31 m 12 c— 1> 12 /— 2 / 14 d-^ 
j 14 d— 5 7 12 c & c/— 6 ; 12 J— 7 y 14 d—^j 12 
c&</— 9 ; 14 c/— 11 y 14 c— 12; 12 c/-!.)/ ij 
d— 14/ 14 c— 15; 12 ^— 16y 14 «— 18 / 14 d~ 
19 J 12 d—lQj 12 t/— 22 / 14 c— 2.-. / 14 r~ ..; 
>r2e— 27 jf* 12 c— 28 i 12c— 29 j 12c-oJ , J4 / 

Borelli Tea Company, 14 / ft /' 

Bosnia, Atrocities on Returned Exileu, 4 a « — 
16 a 5 c 

Fugitives. 15 / 7 c 

Miscellaneous News, 10 a 5 <(/— 16 a h t ^ 

1*6 a be 

News about, 1 7 7/1 12a 

Petition for Briii«h Protection, 9 / 1 5 «* 

and the PapiT Curriiucy, 14 a i e 

War News, 20 r/ 5 a 

l^reparatioos in, 7 a 5 </— 1 6 a 5 c 

Boss (J.) the Wetterhorn, 12 ; 8 r 

Boulogne, New Packet and Railway Station 
Opened at, 24 a 10 e 

Bounie(John)on Chinese Newspapars, 10 a 11 c/ 

Boyle Lectures for 1877, 5 w 13 / 

Brabrook (E. W.) Charity Organization Society, 
4 a Uy— 17 a 11/ "^ 

Brackenbury y^Col; Errata about, 19 w 11 e 

Bradlaugh (Charles; Prot<»st against the Post 
Office Confiscating his Pamphlets. 15 m 10 / 

— ^- and Mrs, Besaut at the New Hall of Seicixce^ 
25 J 8/ 

Bradley (^H. H. K.^ on ONfeT\iTw»^\Tk%^*^ a K.«. 

• Braafiey (JlVivja.^ ^aw<viv4\. vw, ^\. VU^Vift*^^^^^^ 



£ra 



PALMKK*S INDEX TO " THK TI3IKS " NEWSlWPER. [Apill I to 



Keturn from a Voynge Round the World, 2'J 

Urassey (Thos.) and Family Keturn to Hastings, 

28 m 10 /■ 

on Gunboats, 30 m (if 

Yachting in Eurnest, 2 / (I < 

Bravery at Sea, 30 a t» / 

IJrazil :— Closing of the ('hinibers. 4j If 

£niperor and Kuhmcss in Berlin, 4 a 5 d — 

M a 5 € 

Miflcellnni'ous Nfwg, 3 a 3 c2 

Mo^eimMiis of ihe Emperor and Empress, 

12/H/ — 14 HI 11 e— l5/5c— 1<>; 7y— 18y 11 

/•_21 J lOr— JJj lOcl— 23/ 11/— 25> 11 /*— 

'20 ;• 7 e— 27./ U /~2S / 9/— 29> 10 6—30 ; 7 e 
Breach of rroniise m Scotland — The Plaintiff 

Ordered to Maintain her Terjured Iiover in 

Prison, 28 m 10 a 
JJremner (J. A.) Free Licensing, 11 o (J /' 
Brewers' Licenses, 30 n 1 /'— 2(1 m 9 e 

Return of License*!. 24 m G b 

Bridge of Duiikeld, 21 a 7 « 

House Estates Coaimitteo, Banquet to the 

Corporation, 12 /« 12 c 
Bri^iit (J.) on County Fruncliise, at Exeter Hall, 

1 7 //< 7 '/ 

on Mr. Gladstone's Resolution.**. 22 w 9 c 

Letter to Mr. Anuiiage on the Salford 

Election, 13 a S n 

on Parliamentary Report. n r. 23 a (^ a 

Speech at the Mayor's ijunquet at Bir- 



niingiiain, 2 / 12 e 

to Uncover the Cobdcn Statue at Bradford, 



27/11/ 

Brighton Aquarium. Addi;i(»ns to. 4 n 't e 
FemaK* Sea Lit»n ^iw's Birili to a Young 

One, 1.^ m ii a—\K\ m 'J y- 18 in I'J. 6—24 in G 

f-2j 11/ 

. Two La rye Turtles Adt'ed. ir» j 1 c 

Livfry Sruuifs. (J ./ li /> 

Bristol Caiidour — Parliamentary Reporting, 27 

a\ h 

CJrannnMr Scli.xd. 12/11 r 

Stuain Navi.;a;iun ( ♦iinpaiiy, 30 m 7/ 

- — Su^ar Trado. set Finzi;l 

lUili^h Ai^nculiuie in l0( ., Iiy J. J, Me<.hi, a 

10 t/ 

An'lj:c'»l(.gi<-.»1 A^mmI i:i' n Meetings.l2a 8a 

■■■ A>>oci.iiiun ol l»a.«i .»la:;aj;v'is, Annual Meet- 
mi^. .'» / \'l i> 
Kiupire Alutual Liie Assurance Company, 

4 a 7 /• 

« iMjuitalle As.-unmce Company. 2.'i ml e 

Inteiesisin Turkish Allairs, I'J m 8 c — 16 

J \'i ^— •-:.'» 7 10 a 
Me<lieai Association, Congress to be Held 



at Manchester, 29 ; 5 /" 

— Mission to tho Transvaal, 4 a 10 a 

— Museum, Nina Gems Stolen from. 21 j 10 « 
lieading Room, Annual Return. 4 m 4 « 

and its Amateur Librarians, G^ 6 d — 8 



J Go 
•^ — (irphan Asylum, at Slough, Distribution 
of Prizes, 26 > 4/ 

Uniform. Disgraceful Disregard of . 2 a9h 

i— IVonwn > Temperance AaaociBLtion^ Confer^ 
ence, 23 i// Jlf—24 m 10 c 
24 



British and American Mortgage Company, 12 m 

13 it 
and Foreign Bible Society, Anniversary 

Meeting, 3 m 10 r 

Anti-Slavery Society, Annual Meetimg, 4 

>G o 

Mnnne Insurance Company, 21 j 7 a 

Sailors' Society, Annual Meeting. 3 w lOr 

School Society, Annual Meeting, 9 w 7 e 

Unitarian Association, Anniversary Meet- 



ing, 24 m 1 t 

(Conference, 25 m 11 a 



British and Irish Spirits, Export Returns, 14^8/ 
Brokovski (E.) on Manitoba, 18 m 9 /" 
Brompton Hospital, 12 m 18 e 
Brooke (Rajali of Sarawak) Vindication of the 

Conduct of, in the Matter of the Dy aks, IG m 

4 c— 21 m 4 J— 24 w 8 c— 28 m 8 c 
Brown (Dr. Dvce) on Homoeopathy, 7 j 6 a 

(Dr. W. Barr^ Testimonial to. 23 a 11 /* 

(Gibson) on the Destitute Officer— Capt. 

Williams. 26/7/ 
Browning (Oscar) History of Education, 4^9/" 
Brunei (Isambard Kingdom) Statue to, near 

Temple Station, 3 m 11 6 
Brunton v^ Henry) on Lightning Conductors, 9 a 

11 c 
Budget. 2a7 ft 

Prospects of, from the Economist^ 9 a 7 c 

Bulgarian Atrocities, 3 a 6 a 

British Consuls, 1 a \0 d 

New Governor, Entry of, 11 a 5 6 

Peasantry, 29 w 6 <f 

Rising. Return of Sentences Passed on the 

Itebels, 2(;a 10 e 

Lady Strangford's Fund for, 12 m 12 A 

Good Effected by, 2» m 11 a— 29 w 6 rf 



Symptoms, 6 a 10 e/ 



Burdett (H. C.) on Home Hospitals, 2C m 11/ 

on Overcn)wding. 7 a 6 « 

Burglary at Gordon House, Isleworth. 16 w 8 a 

in St. John Street. Clerkenwell, 14 ; 8 c 

Burials Bill. 3 it 7 e— 15 ;// 11 /— 21 w 11 d 

Amendments to be Moved. 14 ; ^ c 

Church Defence Institution Conference on, 

28>G/ 

Clerical Memorial to the Bp. of Rochester 



on, 1 j 1 1 a 

— Compromise Suggested, 2\ j B d 

— Conference of the Religious Liberation So- 
ciety at Westminster Palace Hotel on the Bill 
11 a 10a 

— and the Congregational Union, 7 a 8 A 

— Declaration of the Clergy on Amendments, 
18^11/ 

— and the Ely Diocesan Conference, 6 j 5 /— 
7^8/ 

— Meeting at the Memorial Hall about, 16 a 5/ 
of the Primitive Methodists on, 20 a S d 



\ 



Notes about, 20 a 8 <f— 24 n 5 f-~26 aGd 

—2 m 13 d—'6l m bf^Wj 12 r— 18 j 8 /~21 
j6c/— 23y6«— 29; 10« 

— Osborne Morgan on, 9 o 12 a 

Provincial Meetings on, 4 a 5 s — 19 a 10 <# 

—23 a 10 c 

— Ueso\M\ioi\A ol \\i<&'^atcft%l«%\uiFe Associa- 
tion ol CoTv^^\\ot^ Q;\x.>&xOckiEi& \ff^Tx o \v^ d 



June 80, 1877.] palmer's index to ** the times " kewspaper. 



Can 



Burke (Dr.) Badly Housed, 19 m G/ 

Buma (Juhn) Anglo- S<:otcli Episcopalians, 11a 

on English Episcopalians in Scotland, 2 m 

12/ 

Burton (Capt.") on his Mission to the Land of 
Midian, 14 m ('*/ 

Bury Fort Smelting Company. 21 a 13 a 

Butt ( — ) Freedom of the C*ity of Dublin Pre- 
sented to, 23 mil/ 

Butter, Pseudo. American. 2^ w 4 c 

Buying Hooks to Ut*ad— Hp. Thirlwall's Library, 
2y m 6 d 

Buzacott (Aaron) Jamaica Planters. 14 a 6 /* 

Byron Exhibition. 7 m 9 f— 29 m G f—lOj 13/ 

Private View, 7 J 11/ 

C. 

Cabdriver's Grievances, Meeting at Trafalgar 
Square, 23 a 11/ 

Cabmen's Home, Meeting about Establishing, 1 9 
a 10 e 

' — Donations to, 13y (5 « 

Cabul to Balkh. 1« /«/ 

California, Public Schools of, 5 « 3 < 

Coolie Labour in. 7 m 9 c 

Order of Caucasians, 7 m 9 c 

Calvert (Fred.^ on the Burials Bill, 21 / 6 d 

Cabinet (Council Meetings, 1 1 a 10 fj — 12 a 9 « — 
16 a 9/— 21 a 12 /- 23 a 9 e— 20 a 9 /— 28 a 
7 /•— 30 a 9/— 1 m 9 /— 2 /« 1 1 f—S m 9 «— 5 
w 11 f—7m 9 c— 14;« 11 e—\7 in ^ /*— 4; 11 e 
-7/11 /'-U; ll/-18y 11/-21 /9/-23 j 

11 /• 

CAMBMDGE UNIVEESITY — 

Adams^ Prize, Award, 1+ //# 10 c 

Ap])ointraents, 23 m 11 c 

Books Lent to the Caxton Celebration, 4 j 

12 e 

" ■ ■ Botanic Garden Syndicate, 31 m 10 c 

Browne's Medals, 21 m 10 /* 

Chancellor's Medals, 12 a 8 rf— 21 m lOy— 

20 j 10 « 
Classical Subjects for Examination, 17m 

7d 
— Competitive Examinations, IC> n S h 

Crane's (Chanty. 3 tu (»,/ 

Degrees C^onferred, 7 a 6 a — 20 o 5 *» — 30 a 

10 e— 4 m 10 c— 18 in 8 ^—19 m 8 a— 4 > 12 «j 

—18 7 13 c 

Notice about, 9 a 10/ 

Honorary (^jnferred, 18 «^/ 5 «?— 20 a 5 e 



Cambridge University {continued). 

List of Past Examinations for Degress, 14 

j 10 c 
Local Examinations, 7 a 6 o— 24 wt 11 b — 



i 



— 1 m 5 /— 4 m 10 c— 20 ; 10 e 

Elections, 1« a 8 6— 17 a 12 d—\ m 5 /— 11 

j 10 6—12 ; 10 c—\\j 10 r— 18.; 13 c 

— Esquire Bedell, Candidates, 23 a 8 r— 28 a 

7/— 2 m 9 e— 25 m c— 2(j wi 13 r—lj 1 1 / 
— •* Examinations, 31 m 10 c — 7 ; 14 a—i'dj 11 

r— 147 10 r— 23 / 10 6—28 ; S l- 
for Holy Orders, r> m 13 f 



Examiners, 18 m 8 />— 4 / 12 e 

— Reports, a 10./ 

La<iy Margarets Preacher. 7 / 14 a 
Lectures. 12 n H d 

Library "SyDiYicntv. Keport. 23 in 14 a 
Li^htfoot ScliolarsJiipSf TS m H c 

- A w0rd, 5 /H 13/ 



I87 8 c 

— Lodging House Syndicate Report, 11 a 10 
6—3 in (;/ 

— Matriculation, \7 m 7 d 

— Moderators and Examiners, 4 m 10 c 
Museums and Lecture Rooms Syndicate, 



24 m 1 1 h 
— Newnham Hall, 12 m 12 c 
Porson Prize, 21 m 10/' 



Powis Medal, 21 tn 10/ 

Prize Exercises Recitation. 13/11 c 

Prizes for Latin Declamations, Awards, \^ 

m 10/ 

Ramsflen SermoH — Preacher, 3 w G f 

Rede LLcrim-, 3 m 6^—20 m 13 c 

Report!*. 4 /// 1 r 

Scholarsliips. 20 a o c— 20 / 10 e 

Select Preachers, 28 / 8 c 

Sheepshanks Astronomical Exhibition, 3Cf 

a 10 t—'A\ w 10 c 

Tancred Studentships, 25 rn G r 

Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholarships^ 18 a 5 c — 

2G ///*13 c 

Vintner Exhibition, 23 a 8 r 



Warden of (Cavendish Cbllege, 14 m 10 c 

Whewell Scholarships, 20 ; 10 c 

Winchester Reading Prizes, Awards, 18 a oc 

Subjects, 30 ^« 10 c 

Cameron ((/'ommander) at the French Geographi- 
cal Society, « 5 (/ 

CANADA :— 

Appointments, 7 ; 7/ 

Arrangements for Representation at tlie 

Paris Exhibition, 25 7 5/ 

- - — the Bishops Prohilited by tlie Vatican froiu 
Interfering in Civil Courts. 11/8 <f 
— Catholic Clergy and the Indians Antagonis- 



tic. IS; 7/— 19/5 /-23; 7/ 

Changes in the Cabinet, 1 1 ? 8 a . 

Contingent for Imperial Service, 22 m 7 a 

Crops. 29/5/ 

I-.nvli>h (^opyright in, fi n H h 

Fi>heries ('unniiission. 3 a 9 c 

Indians Burn the Catholic Church and 

Vicarntre at Montrcjil. 18 / 7 /' 
Meeting to Relievu Unemployed Labourers,, 

11 f* 7 / 

Militia Question, 3 « 9 c 

Miscellaneous News. 14 a 7 /— 21 a 7 d 

Pacific Railwav Difiicidrv. 3 a \) r 

Prohibitory Liquor Law. IJejected, ]l^■<r 7t , 

the Queen Requested to A^^»u^le tlu; title 

of Enipress of. 27 n 5 /" 

a Report bv Mr. Seott. 22 m 7 n 

R. ^\ Al)j). ol Qiicl>ec I'roto&ts against i;m^ 

Klocforil Lmw, 5 <i .") / 

Tariff, 3 r. 9 r 

Mr. Thornton's l)e!<i)aiLh on, o a 9 r— !4 



HI 7/ 

Caui\(\v.\v\ Wv^A, To II. "< 1 

Cuua\ Vioaift, \v^ o \^> u— V* v \ ^ ^.^ 



Hnal Population, 27 a 4 e — 7 m 4 e — 11 m 5 y— 
2« m 4 /— 2y /« 7 /' 
fliNALS :— 

Freshwater, Official Opening* of, by the 
Khedive. i» a 6 o— 4 m 10 « 

— Grand Junction, Report, <> / 6 « 

— Isinailia, Opening of, 4 m 10 e 

— Madras Irrigation and Keport, 23 m 7 d-^ 
4j»c/ 

— Regent's. 1 7 a 6 6 

— Stale of Sh.Mres, in every day* s paper 

— Sutz. and Bellijrerenis, 4 tn 4,/- 10 m S/ 

hriii.'h Squadron at, 17 /« 5 /— 22 m S a 

— — Closed by the Torte to Russian Vessels, 

15 ; 5 c 

Lord Derby on any Attempt to Blockade, 



7j 7 tt—2oj H o 

Mackillop Pasha Appointed to Watch 



Over, 22 m 6 a 

iMeeting of the Shrtreholderi, 25 ; 5 b — 7 



.) t a 



Naval Force to Protect, 14 m 7 e • 

JSote about, lU m 6 J' 
Official C orrespondence about, Sj 10 « 
Plot to hlow up the Banks and Destroy, 



22 J 6 / 



the Porte Decides it Free to all Flags 
Kxcept iiussinii. H j o e 

on the Purchase of, by England, 25 j 8 a 

Ktrpiuttd Accidcni, l?»il»*?, i'6j ii u — 14 ; 



12/ 



Traffic Roci-iptw. ^ n ^ e 

ar.d lurkry and Kgypt, \C, m 4 e 



— Surrey, J e)>atMtion of Inhabitaats near 
to .*<u»p tlio Ba hiiig in. 26 / 4y 

Miulia uiid »hc Por.e, \A j 1 d 

vitmitig tind Nava iiiO, Mi m oe— 17« lOcf— 21 

lu i 1 / — '6 in JO — -4 //* 7 « 
:mie bury CathtMlrnl. Notes flbout, 24 m 1 f~ 

2 J. in .*? u — 4 7 () e— 7 / 14 h 

— Diocesan Church Union, dO »» f» c 
C onference, 2() m 12 e 

antt-rl)ury (^Abp. of) and the Anglo-Scotch 
Kpi>copalian8. 2 rz 5 c 

— on Dis-establishinent, 25 wi 6 a 

— JMovements of, 21 w i» /— 29 m 9 e— 12i 9/ 

— Preaches in tdinburgh, oj 4/ 

— Reply to the (. lerical Address on Church 
and Stale, 7 a 9 /" 

.xPE OF GOOD HOPE : — 

— Annexation of Griqunl »nd West, 18 a 5 < 
of the Transvaal Projwsed, 4 o 6 /— 9 a 

o f—U a 7 f—]{i u 5 /— 7 m 5 «— 12 m 12 rf— 

Military Movements in the TransTaal, 



8 J 5 e 



Notes about, 23 m 7/— 26 i 10 d 

Notices about, 29 m 5 «— -4 j 7/— 87 5 J 

Offlciiil Documents, 21 m 10 6— 20 /n 

12a 

Petition to the Queen against Annex- 
ation, 15 vt 5 e 

President Burgers's Protest against 



the Annexation, 14 w 8 /— 20 j be 

J'roch/ntition of. 7 j b a 

HesolatioDB FHsaed in the Voiksraal 



Cape of Good Hope (cofntinued), 

Banquet to the Retiring Governor and his 

Lady. T6 a 5 /' 

British Mi!(t;ion to tlie Transraal, 4 a 10 o 

Confederation Bill. 19 a ^f—6jb f 

Diamond Fields, 14 » 5 e— 17 a 8 </ 

Exhibition, Opening of, 23 a 5/ 

Griquakmd West to be Incorporated with, 

7 m bj—\o m b e 
- — Miscellaneous News, 14 a 7 /—SO a G d 

New Governor, 23 a 5 /' 

Queen's Birthday Cek'brateil in the Trans- 
vaal. 23 j 7/ 

Ui>ening the Exhibition, 4^4/ 

Parliament Ojiencd by Sir B.Frere, 20 i bf 

Reception of the New Governor, 1 w 7 ^ 

Transvaal High Court of Justice Opened, 



JO 



20 j 6/ 
Ca]>e Town Association, Anniversary Meeting, 

25 m 1 1 a 
Capital Punishment, Notes about, 18 j 13y--22 

j4rf 
Carlisle (Bp. of) on the Living of Martindale, 7 

i 8 /*— 8 / (» « 

Whitsuntide Hiring, 21 » 9 / 

Carlyle (Thos.) on the Crisis, b m 13 « 

New Portrait of. ♦> a 9y 

Carpenter (Or. W. B.) Lecture on the Tempera- 
ture of the Sea, 25 a «y 

Carriage Robbi^ries, a New Mode, 1^' 11 « 

CMrihaKena LluiniS, 4 a ii « 

Ci^eof Siarvniion in the Isle of Wight Work- 
house, I J 9^ 

Catcheside ( W. F.) on Negroes to. Coolies, 1 1 o 6 ^ 

Curdling i!>o Speaker's Eye, 23 »< 8 c 

(/HtiK'dral Uestorations, 24 <i 4 « 

Cttllioiiu University Col.fge, Annual Aleetin^, 
i4(iGa 

CATTLE : - 

American Market*, Wabh 

Import of Spanish, 23 ; 9 6 

Inspectors Appointed, 18 « 6 /* 

at Ir^lington Mnrket and the Plague. 17 « G c 

London Market, Note on, 28 /w iOy 

Meeting on the Importation of, 10 wi G c 

— Nuneaton Fair Prohibited, 16 ;/i 12 c 
Regulati(»n8 in France, 14 wi 8 a 

Roval Dublin Society's Spring Show, 5 a 9 

y^tj a 6 c 

Sale of Shorthorns at Whitehaven, 23 a 7 c 

- Shorthorns in America, 12 a 7 f 

State of 'I'rade in. tw every day's paper 

Suppl} of I»ndon, b tt ^ b 

Plague, Chambers ol Agriculture on, Z a ^ 

f—b a 6/ 

i)i8ea8e in Cornwall, 31 m 12 6 

Deputation of London Salesnoen an«l 

others to Government on the liestrictivv 

Re.<tolutioiis Effecting the Markets, 19 m 9 /— 

l3;5/« 

I)i8ap{>earance in Saxony, 9 5/ 

Fresh Outbreaks, 23 a y /— 26 a 8 6— T 

m 7 6— U m V6 c 

in Wliitet hapel. 21 m 7 d— 24 w 4/ 

l/ocal Orders about, 4^* 14 a — 12 / b/ 



I 



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I 



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I 



>;o>kv:« ».\»Ml\., Vi a \Q c— \% j VI * 



June 80, 1877.] palmer's ini»kx to '•the timks" NK'.v.srArEB. 



Loa 



Cattle Continued), 

jeiague, Oflficial Order Itoscinded, 22 ; 8 o 

Order in ronimoii Council about, 14 a 0/ 

t^utbreak in Hamburg, ij fs f 

at Wihewlon, 10 a 10 «— 19 a 5 e 

Privy Council Orders, 4 n si e — 1 1 « 12 r 



—14a li/— 30a lld-2/w 11/— 5w«d— 10 

m G €—12 m 7/— 12 m 13 r— 16 »« « a -17 m 
J—ij 6«— 2 ; 14 6— ()> 8 6—16 j 10c— 20y 6/ 

Provincial Orders, 9 a 10 d 

Reports on, 16 a 12 a 

and the Koyal Agricultural Society, 12 

<i 11 a 
Select Committee on, 7j 7 /*- 11 j 12/— 

18>8 b 
Caucasus, Notes on, 2\) m G «— 30 w 8 c/— 1 ^ 1 1 / 

— 7j» 5«— 8y 6 6 

Notice about, 30 m 8 d 

Cavendish (Lord F.) Speech on Opening the 

firighouse Liberal Club. 23 //i 6 r 

College, Note about, 22 w 4 rf 

Cixton Celebration, Festival Service at St. 

Paul's, 20/9/ 
Mr. Gladstouo to Preside at the Opening 

Ceremony, 7j 12 f 

Notices, 16 CI 10 </— 19 a 10 «/— 23 nie 

Reprint of One of Caxton*s Works- *• The 

Fifteen 0*8," &c., 6 m 6 /* 
Special Service at Westminster Abbey to 

Celebrate, 5 ; 11/ 
Centenarians in New York, 16 f» 10 a 

Closeman. a Soldier, at Gurnick, 10 a 10 o 

Dooly, Lawrence, a Waterloo Veteran, 

Aged 105, at Shinrone, \9 j i d 
Gourne, Madame, Aged 101 Years, Dies at 

Amiens, 24 m 5 /' 
Morgan, Kdw., Celebrates his 106th Birth- 
day, at Willesden, 23 m 11/ 
Nicholson, Mr. Thomas, of HawkeswelL 4 

a 4/* 
Timmins, Mrs. Ann, 101 Years of Age 

Dies at fiirminghani. 23 mil/* 

Ward. Mrs., of WhitweU, Aged 107, G a 5 / 

Central Asia and the War, 18 a 5 c— 24 a 5 / 
Chamber of Agriculture, 11 a 12 e— 9 m 7 

/— 6j 11 e 

Criminal Court. Uecorder's Charge, 9 m 13/ 

Certificated of Death, 2."^ m 6 / 
(4jylon, Odium Thcologicum in, 23^ 8 rf 

Religious Endowments in. 7 m 6 c 

Chad wick (Edwm) on Prevention of Fires, 23 

a 7 c 

Chamberlnin (— ) on the Burials Bill. 3 q 7 « 

CJ.) Repayment of Local Obligations, 26 

a 7 6 

Cliambers {^Qeo. F.) Multiplication of Dignities, 

11 aHe 
Chancery Deposit Amount in, 22 m 8 a 
Channel Islfind for Sale, 11 d 10 c 
Chantry Bequest, 7 tu 4 e 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, Preachers for the Month, 

4 Ml 4 «— 30 m 9 e— 22 / 6 /' 

Whitehall. Prenchprs for June. 5 j 4 d 

Charing Cross Hospir.il, Fii»wer« Sent to, by the 

Princes:i of Wales, 7 « 9 /' 
Charitabje JieJief in the MetrnpoUs, iifeeting at 
lambeth ralnce on, 24 a lo J 



Charity Children nt St. Paul's, Anniveriwiry 

Gatliorin^s. 8 / 9 e 
t)r>fanizjition Society, lU a 10 <i— 30 a \i) e 

Lnmbelh Meeting, 2."> n 10/ 

Noiesaboui, 4 a 1 1 / — 16'i 6 / — 17 n 11/ 

So<!iety. Civic Donations to, 11^ 9 « 

QueMiiouable, 6 a 6 ^ 

Hetorm. 1 4 « 1 1 6 



Chasing a Portmanteau, 26 m 14 a 
Chatham and its Railways, 10 a 9/ 
Cheese Fair at l>eicester. 11 in 12 a 
Cheltenham College, Annual Distribution of 

Prizes, 26 ; II o 
Choss. Blindfold Playing, 19 a 9/ 
Children in KactorietJ. 6 ? 7 f 

Thrown to Wolves, 24 a 10 c 

Cliildren*s Home. Festival Bazaar to Aid, 2 ?/« 9 e 
Hospital, Bloomsbury, Annual Meeting, 11 

m6/-9>13fl 
Chili, Statue to Mr. Wheelwright, the Founder 

of Steamers, Railways and Telegraphs in, 

Unveiled at Valparaiso, 1 1 a 7 « 
China :— Coasting Trade of, 4 a 4 c/ 
Famine in, 1 « 10 o— 3 m 12 a— 4 in 6/— 

10 w lOo— 26i II / 

and Kashgar, 187 12 6 

Meeting at Tientsin, 1 m 10 c 

Penalties of Rebellion in, 28 m G « 

State of Saigon, 22 m7 d 

Tail Cutting in, 26 m 8 b 

Chinese Embassy, 24 w G « 

at the Law Courts, 16 ; 10 6 

Encyclopcsdias, 26 mi 11 « 

Gunboats, 28 m 9 /— 6 / J 1 /* 

Loans, 23 m 7 a 

Menu, 6; 10 A 

Newspapers, 7 a 10 r — 10 a \\ d 

Polytechnic, 12 a 5/ 

Priiiiing Press, Note about, 606/ 

Treatment of Plague. 23 iw 4 / 

Christ's Hospital. Boys Exhibit ther Drawings 

to the Queen, 3 m 9 / 

Easter Visit to the Mansion House, 4 o 6 c 

Christian Community, Annual Meeting of, 31 m 

11/ 
Evidence Society, Annual Meeting, 9 m 7 e 

Church Association, Annual Meeting, 15 ; 10 / 

** Conclusion ** of the Folkstone Ritual 

Case, 21 m 10/ 

Building and Endowment Society, 25 mSd 

—I i6« 

and Chapel, 28 w 9/ 

of England Young Men's Society, Annual 

Meeting, b j7 d 

— Extension— Four New Churches for Bar- 
row, 22 m 4 

Missionary Society. Annual Meeting, 2m 1 Sn 

Missions Among Saitors, Anniversary Fes- 

tivaL 29 y 12 a 

Ornaments, Note about, 27j5f 

l»asioral Aid Society, Annual Meeting, 5 m 

Patronage, 30 i* 6 d 

ai\d SVAle, eW\<ia\ K^^^^^ ^^ \X»^^t?^»N» 

on, s> «i \ a YV 



Chu 



I'ALMIiK's INDfcX TO ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO 



Church nr.d Stnte, Notes about. ^ a \0 /— 7 a 10 
e_«» „ .; e_i) a i) /— 11 a \) /—\7 a 10 e— 20 o 
(I i/—rii,i 4 / 

Minting of Hitualists to Ur;^e the Sepa- 

ruiioii of. Ho III (id 

Petition to the Convocation of York on, 



IS a "> y 

Workintif Men's Prntestant League at 



Hatch;iin, Memorial to the Clergy on, 20 a 

11 e 

Archdn. Denison, 11 a 10 c 



and the Weslc^ans. 6 / 10 a 



Church of England Assurance Institution, 25 m 
7c 

— — Sunday School Institute Anniversary Meet- 
ing. 14 /// 6 a 

Temperance Society, Annual Meeting, 14 

m C) b 

Conference, 10 m 6/ 

at Birmingham, 29 i 10 ^ 

Church (R. W.) on Church nnd State, 26 o 6 rf 

Churchill (Ix)rd Alfred) on Knightsbridge Bar- 
racks, 8 ; 6 c 

Churchwardens, Election of, 2 a o a 

Chymical Society, Note about, 5 a l\ d 

Chyniicals. State of Trade in, 2 a 5 a 

Cinchona Plantations, 30 a 7 6 

City Carlton Club, 28 m l) e 

Companies, Note on, 12 a C /*— 17 o 12 c — 

20 o 8 6 

of Glasgow Life Assurance Company, 25 o 

i> e 

Guilds, Meeting for the Erection of a 

Central Hall for Companies, 12 a 6 / 

of London Real Property Company, 29 m 7 

c — v .» 1 1 c 

' Sanitarv Condition of. 12 o 7 e 

Temple, Dr. Parker's Lecture oo the His- 
tory of, 25 j 5 /' 

Civic Garden Party, 26 w 8 d 

CIVIL ACTIONS :— 

Agnew V. J(»hn8on and others, 27^' lie 

Allsopp r. Walker, 11 a lb a 

re Angell, 24 « 1 1 e 

Anstruthcr v. Stackpoole. 6 ; 11 a 

Ash worth v. Putram, 18 w il d 

Aston J'. Stock, 4 ;« 11 o 

Atlierlev v. Harlev, 4 jlS c 

• Atkinson v. Newcastle and Gateshead 

Water Company, 12 j 11 r— 14 / 13 

Attorney-General ?.♦. Mayor, 20 a 11 h 

V. Lam plough, 8 m 4 e — 12 y 11 d—lO j 



11 d 

— V. Tomline, 1 6 w 1 1 c 



— Bagnall & Co. v. Carlton, 12 a 11 c— 19 a 
11 r— 26 a 11 c 

— Barker v. Greenwood, 17 w 11 a 

— Barry & Co. v. Hicks and another, 19 m 13 b 
Bastian r. Webb, 16 m II f 



ft Bath Collieries Company, 19 wi 12/ 

Baum r. Brandon, 14 »/i 13 d 

Beal V. G Wynne. 10 m 10/ 

Bean v. Oldacres, 13 o 1 1 c 

Beer /•. Walker, 23 J Vd d 

reBoloe. 16 a 10 e 

-jj Jierglteim t\ Great Eastern i?aflway, 29 ; 

J8 



Civil ActioiiB (continued). 

Berkeley v. M'Dermont, 19 j II d 

Bevington and others w, Erereli and an- 
other. 13 a 1 1 r 

Birt r. Birt, 31 m \\ d 

re Bishwell Collieries Company, 19 in 12 / 

Blaise v. Brighton Aquarium Company, 17 

>n 11 c 

Blake v, Chappell, 23; 13 rf 

Blyth V. Johnstone, 2jr 13 c 

Bodd, Public Officer v. London and North 



Western Railway. 21 ; 11 c 

— Bolanachi r. Jackson, 4 w 11 rf— 7 m 11 c— 
8 w 4 6—9 m 6/ 

— Boosey v. Fairlie, 19 w 12./ 

— Booth V. Briscoe, 19 w 12 cf 

— Bordier v. Russell, 5 m 14 a 

— Bowes and others v. Shand and others, 7j 
11 fi— 7/ I3c 

Bradbuiy and another r. Union Bank of 



London. \H a 11 a 

— Bradford District Bank v, Sugden and an- 
other, 14 ni 13 c 

— re Bradley's Settlement Trusts, 31 m 11 r 

— Bradshaw r. Brockelbank, 6 m 14 6 

— Branch et Uxor t\ Smith, 18i 18 e 

— British Commercial Insurance Company v. 
British Nation Life Assurance Association, 10 

<ill c 

Dynamite Company v. Krebs, 16 ? 12 c/ 



Broendlin v, Brindley and others, 16 a 1 1 6 

Bromhead v. Ward, 15 / lie 

— Brookes v. Drysdale, 31 m 11 c 

Brown r. De Morgan, 30 j 18 c 

V. Great Eastern Railway, 87 11 6 

V. Hartley, 28 « 13 c 



— Butler V. Butler, 8 m 4 rf— 14 mlSb 

— re Bryny Fiferan Slate Quarry Company, 
16 a 10/ 

— Calder v. Mann. 18 j 13 e 

— Caldone t;. Pixell 30 a 11 a 

— Carpenter v. Hamilton, 18 a 11 a — 25 j 13 e 

— Carver u, Bowkcr, 2 m 13 6— 26^ 13 d 

— Case of the I'nmconiUf 4 1* 13 e 

— Caso i\ Smyth, I87 13cf 

— Can' ling and others i\ Secretary of State 
for War, 27 Ml e 

— Cave V. Mackenzie, 23 a 10 e 

— Chapman r. Clark, 11 a IS a 

— Chatterton i*. Jefiferson, 11 w 11 d — 31 tn 



11 a 



— Chillingworth r. Grimble. 12 a 6 r 

— Chisliolui I'. Cadiz W^aterworks Company 
23; 13 A 

— re Churchwardens of Cheadle, Cheshire, 1 
m 11 6 

— Clark V, Girdwood, 1 m 11 a— 2 w 13 6—3 

711 11 C 

17. Molyneux. 2 wi 13 6 

Clayton v. Marquis of Londonderry, 31 w 



11/. 

— Cleavin r. Walker, 10 m 10 d 

— Collins r. ^aine. 27 i 1 1 e 



re Commercial Loan Bank Affair, 5 « 5 e 

Covrvwg I*. 3acv>\i*, Vi w VL f 

CoTxAy V. ^Vv\v:W\\, Vo \^ d 

ex parte Coovet— re C\viV5*,\^TO\\\>—''i i Vi ^ 



rnne 80, 1^77.] palmer's in'dkx roru^^rniK^^s^^' 



Crni Actions (rontivued). 

— Cooper 1-. Paul. 13/11 / 

Cosjrrave r. Woodley, 14/13 r— 30 / 13 r 

Cowley, Earl v, Byas, 4 m 1 1 a — 3 1 w* 11 a 

— Cox and another v. Fonning, 30 m 10 / 
Craig V, Oliver, 23y 13 « 

Creswell and others v. Walrond and others, 

31 m 11 c-2 ; 13«-8 / II </— 9 / 13 d—l\ 
jVAf—Uj 13 d 

Crew V. Terry and others, 18 j 13 e 

Crompton v. Lea, 23 o 10 e 

Crystal Palace Company v. Snwyer, 23 / 

13 c—2hj 13 </— 26i 11 e 

Cnrrie v. Driffield, b i U d 

Dakins v. Lord Penrhyn, 7 ; 13 r 

— &r f>arte Dale— re Prohibition to the Court 
of Archen, 30 / 13 c 

DaUas r. Glyn, 28 a 13 h 

»— Daniel v. James, 5 m 14 ^ 

re Darlastou Steel and Iron Company, 16 a 

10 e 

re David Lloyd & Co., 28 a 13 rf 

Davies v. West, 12 / 11 rf 

17. Lomas, !(> m 11 e 

Dawson v. Mayor and Corporation of 

Maidenhead, 1 1 j 13 e 

Deane p. Oldacres, 30 m 11a 

De Chastelaine v, Strickland, 2Zj\Zd 

Delluc V. Harmel, 1 mil b 

De Netteville v. London Chatham and 

Dover Eailway, 26 a 11 rf 

Duke of Devonshire v, Barrow Hcsmatite 



Company, 12 a 11 c 

Diggles r. Higgs, 17 m 11 a — 27 ; 11 <• 

Dimbleby r. i^lvin, 4 >« lid 

Dodwell V. Queen, 10 m 10 d 

Donisthorpe and another v. Jowett and 

another, 19 / 11 c/ 
•^— ex parte Dublin Metropolitan Junction Rail- 
way, 14 fit 13 d 
Durham County Permanent Benflt Building 

Society v. TumbuU and others, 5 m 14 o — 7 w 

116 

Duggan r. Cullinan, 17 m 10 e 

re Eagleton. 21 / 6 <f 

ICast London Railway v. London, Brighton 

and South Coast Railway, 29 m 11 f/-<-3 }\\ d 
E^gware Highway Board v, Colne Valley 

Water Company, 11 / 13 c 
re Edwards Leonard, 8 m 4 e 

— Eglinton, Earl of, v. Norman and others, 
28 a 13 a 

Ellas r. Griffith, 21 / 10 f 

EUis V, Western, Sur Thomas, 24 a 11 e— 

26 a Wd—lOm 10 e 

— Emma Mine English Owners v. Trevor 
Park, 80 a 5 a 

Enner and another v. Dean and Son, 5 «i 

14 a 

— re Estate of Maria Mangen Brown, 23 / 
13 b 

— ^ re Eupion Fuel and Gas Company, 11 y 13 c 

European Assurance Arbitration v, British 

Native Indemnity Case, 20/11 e 

— Feamchough v. Feniell, 2 j 13 c 

— Field V. Great Northern Railway, 21 j 
J J d 



Civil Actions {rmtfinvej^). 

KlowtT r. Iak'hI iJoiird for Low Lcvion, '2fi 

a IS </--3() a 10 / 

r. Lloyd, P: /// 1 1 e—V,) m 12 d 

ForcMimn »;. K«>e. 12/ 11 d 

Foiilds r. H«»l)M)ii, 2 m 13 c 



Fowler r. Powt-ll, 14 m 13 a 

Fraiu'e i*. France, 19 m VI f 

Freeman r. Roe, 7 / 13 c 

Friend r. Loudon, Chatham and Dover 

Railway. 77 13 c 

Gabell v. Same. 26 o 1 1 A 

Galmoye v. Higley and others, 16 a 11 b 

Gandee v. Kllii*, 16 mile 

Ganett v, Tinsley '6 m W d 

Gay v. Cadboy. 23 a 10 Z' 

Gibson v. Head, 8 ;« 4 d 

Gillum I'. Forster, 1 8 ?« 11 d 

Girdlestone v. Brighton Aquarium, 30 a 11 

a — 4 m \\ d 

Gkdstone r. Free and Wife, 15 / U e 

Glossop V. Ueston and Isleworth Local 

Board, 14 7/1 13 a 
Goock, Sir Francis, v. Earl Dudley, 16 a 

10/ 

Gouband v, Wallis, 14 w 13 6 

Goulton i\ London and Architectural Brick 

and Tile Company, 8^11 a 
rt Government Security Fire Insurance 

Company, 23 7 13 c 

Grovernors of Christ College, Brecknock r. 



m 



Martin, 30 m 10/ 

— Grant v. Banque Franco Egyptienne, 3 
11 c/—7 m 11 c—^ m 4 e— 10 m V\ a 

V. Secretary of State for India, 1 1 m 1 1 e 

— 14 w 13 c— 30 w 11 d 

— rt Greaves, 13 a 11 c 

— Greenwood r. Greenwood, 14 7 13 6 

— Gwinett r. Bradley, 19 ;« 12 e 

— Harrison v, Vearce, 1 »« 1 1 a 

— Hartopp V. May, 27^ lid 

— Heath v. Cochrane, 19 r/i 13 a 
rt Heatherside Nurseries Company, 16 a 



10 f 
Hennessy v. Cooper and others, 28 a 13 a 

—80 m 10 /' 

V. Kelinett, 19 m 12/ 

V. Lee, 30 m 10 /' 

V. Rawlings, 30 m 10 / 

r. Schwartz, 30 m 10/ 

V. White, 30 m 10 / 

V. Willett, 30 m 10/ 

— Hen wood v. Childers, 31 m 11 c 

rt Hertford College, Oxford, 7/ 13 

Higham i'. Wright and Aspinal, 14 m 

13 c 

Hill and others r. Lima Railway, 15 / 11 o 

Holman r. Wade, 11 m 11 a 

Hondurus Inter-Oceanic Railway r. Tucker, 

9y 13 c 

Hooper r. Cox, 12 a 11 <2 

re Howard, Rev. John, 11 7 13 c 

Howard v. New York Dairy Company, 17 

a 9/ 
Huckle u. WUftoiv wvd olWx^,^^ o. W o. 

re liuxnpVvnvi*." VvXwi^ , \^ j V^ vV 



\^ 



Ci7 



r> 



vx^MKM < ixi>;:x to '* tmh TfMt:a nk\vsi'aiv:r. 



[A[)ril 1 to 



Ci ii Ae.tio?ia (xmiinufi,!). 

linpv'iud ('(;.i!inenitil Gas Assoc'i;i(ion r. 

InjfliK r. (liiiiilitfrwciU 17 a 10 /' 

J na?ri jaiion.il ('uiitract Co. t*. M'Henry, 2(j 

M 1 1 h 

J Mines V. Gant. 17 j 11 « 

V. Great VVeaiern Rail way, 4 m II 6 

V. Gorsoii, 27 / Ii c 

I*. iSkonu'8. ly w 13 c 

« r. Williams and Roberts, 5 m 14 a — 7 in 

II <■ 

re J»niaiea Fibre Company, 19 m 13 ci 

JflTery v. Owners of iho t rtnv uuia,\\ a 11 c 

Joinison c, Creiiit L;unnais, II y 13 c — 30 

> 13 c— 12 /lie 

t'. lUounientbHl, 12 i 12 « 

re Julia, David. 87 1 1 a 

Kuvau i;. Crauford. 23 j 13 a 

iveinp V. iKa.cBon, 2^j II A 

— — Kimpton v. i*a<imore, 2J\'6d 

Kinsman v. Turner, 12 a II c 

re Laaghani Skating Rink Company, 16 a 

lOe 

Land v. Denton. 13 ; U c 

Lawrensou v. Dublin Metropolitan Junction 



KaUay, 14 7 13 6 

Lea 17. Saxby and another, 7 ; 13 J 

Ledger 0. Ray, 30 a 10/— 4 •« 1 1 a 

re Leigh-Rowcliffe v. Leigh. 30 o 10/ 

re Mr. Leonard Edmutidii and the Treasury, 

2yi3c— 5y II d 

lister V. Torren, 8/ II b 

-^ — Lewes, Earl of v, Karl of Boctive, 18 m U « 

Lewis V. CariK'nter. 18 a 1 1 a 

. Leyman v. Latimer, 15 ; 1 1/— 23 / 13 e 

Lane i\ Gray, 23.; 13 

re Lindridge Colliery Company and Com- 
panies Acts, )iS a ]3 b 

Linney v. Steward, 8 w 4 6 

Llewellin v. Mi«?non, 12 ; 11 «/ 

I^ohre V. Aitchison, 27/11 d 

Lomas v. Davles, 16 m 1 1 e 

-^ — London General Steam NavigationCompany 
r. London and Edinburgh Shipping Company, 
30 m 1 1 6 

— -^— Brighton and South Coast Railway v. 
East London Railway. 29 m 1 1 <i— 8 /lid 

■ School Board v. Murphy, 16 a 10/ 

and South Western Railway v. Staines, 



Wokingham and Woking Railway, 6 a 11 c — 

19 m 13 c 
re London and Provincial Coal Company, 

2a II a 
Londonderry v. Viscount Castlereagh, 31 

m II 6 

Longford v. Purdon, 9 a 11 a—l2j 6/ 

Lords of the Treasury v. Borough of 

Maidenhead, 17 a II a 

Loveioy v. Mulkein, 17 m 11 a 

Lovelock r. Justices of St. Pancras, 26 w 13 c 

Lucas V. Bramwell and another, 13 a II c 

' Lucina v, Lucina, 12^ II c 

Luckraf t v. Pridham, 26 a 1 1 e 

Z^j^ssffht ff. Great Western HAilwuy, 5 J lie 



- /*' Zr///e > Ircfn Agency, 23 / 13 c 

Majapricx'v. rearson, lii j II c 
:^0 



Civil Actions (toutluued\ 

Man- r. Railway Passengers* AMuranee 

Company. 17" 1 1 /> 

M>m>}jni i\ Tim ley. \h j 11 c 

NIa; hews v. >iiu[».«>oM, h in 14 a 

Mayor v. Council oi Esseitdon and Black, 

23 a lOf— 16 w 11 a 

M'Aulav V. Dickinson. 19 n II d 

McCarthy r. Simpson, Payne and Company, 

2 w 13 c 
M'DonnId r. Foster, 11./ 13 c 

V. R(>bins(;n, \\) tii 12 e 

MDougall i\ Mdlwall Docks Company, I 

«i 1 1 r 

MGrath c. Finn, U m 5 r 

Mercer v. Ceylon Company, 7 / 13 cf 

Metcalfe v. Britannia Ironworks Company, 

30 n 10/ 
Metropolitan Board v.Ntw Biver Company, 

16/ 12 e 
M ey er v.Roy al Mail Steam Packet Company, 

7j\Sd 

Michell V. Kevern, 3 m 1 1 r 

Millington ». Kelly, 19 « 13 i 

re Mowbray Peerage, 13 ; II </ 

re Mond*s Patent, 7 / 1 1 a 

Morgan v. Green, 13 7 II c/ 

r. Miiiett. I37 II d 

hiadal V. Brown. I27 11 d 

Nash and another r. Shipman, 28 u 13 ^ 

- re Nezarkiewich & Co., 23 7 13 c 
— re New Gas Company, 10 m 10 « 

New River Company v. Midland Railway, 

16 1/ 10 c 
Sombrero Phosphate Company v. Baron, 

I0m}0d 

Nicosia V. Vallone, Bj XT. a 

Norman r. Villa rs, 2*6 j 13 a 

Norris p. Sadlier, 23 ^i 8 6 

North British and Mercantile Insurance 

Company t;. London, Liver}HXjl and Glob^ 

Insurance Company and other Companies, 16 

Q \0e 
re North of Iceland Sulphur Company and 

Companies Act, 16 a 10 € 

Western Railway of Montevideo, 5 w» 

14a 



— 0*Byme t;. Marquis of Hartington and 
others, I 7 6/— 6i ^'d 

— Odessa Tramways Company v, Mendel, 19 
^ 11 6 

— Orsi V. Dicker, 9./ 13 c 
re Pans Skating llink Company, 14m 13a 



I 



167 12 rf— 23 7 13 6 

Parker v. South Eastern Railway, 26 a 116 

re Patent Marezzo Marble Company, 23 a 

10 « 
Patscheider v. Great Western Railway, 2 j 

13 c/— 14 /13 d 

Pearse v. Pearse, 17 m II A 

Pearson v. Cox and others, 80 a 10/ 

Penny t\ Hunt, 13 7 U rf 

Pennington v, Brinsop Hall Coal Company, 

6 7 U a 

Phosphate Sewa^ Company v, Hartmont, 

14a\4a— 'irtjX^c 



June .lO, 1&77.] palmer's index to "tub iiMEa " newspAprr. 



G:t 



Civii Actions {roufittnfj/j. 

l*eruvi:iu lionilho.ilers v. Dreyfus and 

<>llit*rs, Jil 1 h e 

Pljiiiug (^(iiupany v. Sheffield Silver Plating 

Cunip.my, 24 a i\ d 

— — i'hito r. East and West India Dock Com- 
pany. \\ in 13 c 

liiiiiptoii i\ Spiller. 20 a 11 a —27 j W d 

Plum -lead Board uf Works r.CoiUQiisjiioners 

of Sewers for Kent, 13 / 11 c 

l^oliiii c. Oniy. 23 / 13 6 

V Potter, Wilson Sc Co. v. Arcliangql Marine 

Insurance Company, 21 ^" 11 0-^2^ J XXf-r-26 

/lie 

Prando v. Gray, ?3 ; JO (» 

Price i\ Jenkins. 24 a II rf— 28 a 13 rr 

Prout and others ». St. John's Wood 

Railway. 2;^ m 7 a 
-> Provond v. I^angton and another, 12 a II c 



— H) m 10 e 

— C^ueen v. Balcombe, I w< II 6 

r- V, Balcul, 11 a \S a 

V. Bnullauifh. 28 l> 13 6—1 m 11 6—31 m 



X 1 6—2 / 13 c—X'J j 11 6— 20y 116—21 ; 10/— 
22/ 11 (/— 21) ; 11 e 

V. Burton-upon-Trent, 16 a 11 tf 

1'. Churchwardens and Overseers of 

(i ran I cheater, 24 </ 11 d 

r. Colne Valley Gag Company, 19 m 13 a 

i\ Cooper, 1 1 ;■ 13 e 

V. Grayson and another, 1*'* a II a 

c. Guardians of Aston, Warwiokshire, IC 



</ 1 1 #{ 



; 13 d 



of Ipswich Union, Ifi a II a 
llenlord College, Oxford, ^y 13/-^30 



»\ Justices of Oumbexland, 2^ a 11 e 

of Lancashire, 1 /w Jll 6 

V. Lawrence. il«) n 10 /" 

V. .Monck and Cobharn, 21 rt 13 e 

V. Hichards and another, 23 a 11 a 

r-^ c. Scott, 23 a 11 a 

— L'. Slade, 20 rt 1 1 a 

c. Stuckley and others, 17 a 10/ 

r. 'lucker, wO a l\ h 

Kae r. V^ivers. 8 m 4 d 

Ii«ggett 1-. Watts and others, 1(> a 11 6 

Kaiusey r. Koval Aquarium Company, 25 

J \'6e—2i>j W r' 

Hedrup v. Kins?. 30 w 11 /• — 5/ 11 e 

Kej^ina v. Willing, 21 ; 11 c 

- Rich man v. Hutton, 30 «/ 10 /* 

Kidley r. Uanken and other!*, 19 Jti 13 a 

Hobtfrts V. Watkins and others, 14 m 13 6 

Kobertson v. Hartopp. 27 / 11 </ 

r. Hoare, 2 1 ; 1 1 c 

i\oe ^. llamniioud, 4 w 11 c 



— llooney v. F.enn, Twycross fii?d others, 13 
a 11 c 

— K^sfiter V. Miller. 9 / 13 c « 
-r- K'jwcliffe V. Leigh, 11^ 13 c 

— Kum^iev r. NichoUs, 8 wi 4 t/ 

— Hyrd v. Nunn, 21 > 10/ 

— «jr parte Saffery -re Lambert, 1 1 w 1 1 c 

— €jc pirte Snliybary, Lord, :^<^J 13 c 

— Sstwe V. Quvon^ '^7j 11 e 

~ piipJersoa v. tfiindjfrspn, OJ' 1^ c 



Civil Actions {roiitinued). 

Sargent v. Dale, 31 m 11 </— 23 j 13 ,c— 20 

Sawyer v. Crystal Palace Company, 2,1 a 

13 e 

Schroder v. MemU- 31 w 1,1 c—^j 13 d 

Scctt r. Legi;, 1 m IJ a 

re Segraye Peerage, 13/11 d 

Sevenoaks. Maidstone and Tunbridirp Uail- 



way •?;. London, Chatham and Dover Ridlwav 
18/13e 

liailway v. London, Chatham and Dover 



Riiilway. 26 a \S e 

Sewell V. Wells and others, IG J 12 «— 18 / 



13 €-21 /ll d 
Shardlone r. London, Brighton and SoutU 

Coast Railway, 6 / 11 « 

Sharp V. Parkins. 13 a II c 

re Shaw — ex pmte Piers. 17 a 10 / 

Sherwood v, Vincent, 12 / 11 c 

ex paHe Sheward, 30/ 10 a 

Shiller i'. Paris Skating Hink Company. 1 i 

j 13 c 

Shoolbred and Company i;. CarnvcbacJ, 'J^l 



aI3e 

Simon r. Starhng. 13 a 1 1 d 

Skeet V, Local Board ^f ii<is;J?ope-St^;rt;fori! 

bjW d 

Smiles v. Bflford, G a 8 6 

Smith V. y.estry.vf St. ^ancras, 30 m 11 u 

—31 /// 11 6 

1— aii^SoAi««;.MacDougall.9j 13c/— 14./ J«I^ 

— - Srxiyth r. Corrance, 23 a 10/ 

>Snowdon v. Charlton, 28 / 1 1 6 

Sohenheim v, Mansfield, 23 ; l:'. e-2< i \ 1 U 

re a Solicitor, 18 </ 1 1 a — 7 in 14 u — ib j 1 1 « 

re two Solicitors. 7 ? 13 c/ 

South Western Railway v. Staines. U / M -> 

re South Durham Iron Company. 23 / Ui ^ 

Llanharran Colliery Company. W) m ,:> > 

of France Pottery Works Syn^livMie. _'.'. 



a 10 e 

— Spice i\ Bacon, 26 a lid — 27 / II < 
Standard Discount Company c. IVil,].!!, 



m 1 1 /• 

— re Staunton and others, 20 / U ^ 

— Steinthal v. Samson, 17 u 1(> / 

— Stew^ard v. Vane Ear). 31 i// J 1 i 

— re Stipendiary AJagistratc ui bliicrl Ik, l'^ <f 
11 c 

T— Stope.a?. City <ind County Bank, 27 ^ 11 *. 
—28 .7 1 1 (/ 

~ ^urla V. Frecci^, 87 11 a— 23 / lj3 6 
-=- Strycleckji v. Sawer, 21 a 13 £ 

— Sutton V. Barnet Local Board. 2'3i 13 6 

— tSwainson v. North Eastern RaUway, 5y 1 1.£ 

— Tassell r. Ovenden, 10 /w 11 a 
V, Whitejey. 2 / 13 */— 5> 11 d 



— Taylor v. Corporation of St. IJelcn's, 23 ; 
13 a 

r. Hallaa, 28 a 13 c 

V. Neville, Sill d-r^ / 11 ^ 

r.Thrubb, 1:V 4(« 13 c^2 i ii3 rf 






Ill \r fi 



t ^ III I 4 II- 



12 ,„ 14 ,i_ir, ni 1 1 €•— IG wi 11 u— 18 m 11 a 
—4 ;■ V2 /—'>f< i \\ l» 

— Unjrrcy r. Un^K-y, 20 ./ 1 1 A 

— iv» Uuitetl Torts Insurjinco Company — 
trp'xitf. yKtna Tusiirancv Ctimpjiny, 11 a 13 a 

Varnani r. C^u**"^"". 1 «* 11 c 

re Verasovo. 1> / liJ r 

— Viirkerj* r. Mci'e. 1 w 1 1 r 

— Victoria Coal and Iroii Company r. Mid- 
land HaiWav, 1(» // 11 // 

r. NtMlh arul Hrocon Rriilvay. 10 iw \?* d 

-— re Vrunbdulo^ Slate Coiupany. l'.> m VI f 
Wughorn v. Wimbivdon Local lluard, 4 j 

vVainman v. Jenkinson. 17 a 10 /" 

Walker /*. NiittalL 4 m 1 1 e 

re. Walker, is // 11 a 

Walpole !•. H«rbirt, o / lOa 

Ward r. Hobb^. 'i:\ n !() / 

Wjirwidt, lUnuiu'jhjun aD<l Xaptwm Canal 

Coii\panie?« r. ljiniu::;j;)i;ini Can;il Company 
anU otlicrs. 21 / 1 1 « 

— Wati-rinan r. Kir(*H's and otber*. 10 / 11 d 
• — WatkiiHs f. Gieat W'csleru l(;uhvay^ ItJ a 

11 a—H , l\ ti 

— Watiit-v /•. TvU'e. :U /> II h 

— Watt f . KtitLdif. s /// 1 e 

— Wi'blxr. Kii ur'»f. I"' / II f/ 

— Wi'ir r. hiirin' aorl n lior?*. K m 4 « 

— rr W r^ter i «if C.i..: ^ ; ( id 'raijk> uiid Works 
Cwiip.inv. IS / |;{ il 

— \\ik\U' V. IVVh. 10 /// 12 e 

— rt, n'/n/^/r/:' Ncnnr, DeatTi of Mr. Wood 
Cic<»rj^'. I.*i /// , 1 ti 

— Whitehead r. Smi»hvrs>. HJ / J 2 « 

— W'hitesule r. Stewart. 14 //' 13 '> 



10/^— 2(1 CI 
24 m lt—{ 
Abuses 



Fellows] 

Vacanci 

Cleveland M 

Skelton. 28 
Clifton (\)Ilef 

lioyal C 

Clothworkers 
Clvde Shipwr 
COAL: — 

State of 

Cockerel 

10 a 

anflColl 

Consumj 

Import a 

London. /> a 
Meeting 

n h 

Trade of 

Wijran C 



in Wages. 
Cobb(B. V.)i 

of Coals. 4 
Cobilen Statir 
Cochinenf, Stj 
Cochrane {\^^\ 

(Lord) < 

Tt^erR^e, 1 1 
Cock Dublwnj 
Cockfight in jr, 
Cocoa, State < 
and Cofi 



Jaua 30, 1877.] paljieb's i 



) TIIK " TIMKS 



Culonib ((.'apt.) on Imperial and Colonial Ui'S- 

puiiKabilitki in Wnr, 17 w T c( 
Kusiinn UeTclajicmuDC in the I'aciflc, 26 » 

8/ 
Colliery Riors at Ilenaby Main Colliery. 16 » 0/ 
CuluDitiia. Kn);1i'h Mert^nts Prulcila against 

War Taxet, 1 *^ w T < 

I'uaL-e E»tHblieiied in. 2\i » 7 l' 

Colonial Appuililnit.-iiT«, 7 » '■ /- !) a a— 1H □ i! 



Conservative flumiuots. "i •• G e 

CunsolidulLil t'unit W a o e 

Gun Stan rinople Conferunce, Offl-.'ial Document!, 

14 m 5 (I 
Constitiitiunjil nni! Working Men'» ConaerTati»e 

A!.Bi>i:isli»i> uf Toole. MeetinK. 91 m 10'/ 
ConlinenlBl Nrws. MUia;IUneoui. "1 n T r -S3 a 

B e—-2i a i H—i:> -t j d— 30 'i 5,/'— 2 in 7 rf— ^ 



16 M 



-•2bn 



1 111 b—J-i «. 7 



-U m6w 



iverniiioiit S,vuriiifa, Slate of Shares, i 

- Misiioiuicy aocii;ly, Anuual Meeting. 14 in 

- Produce Market, Stale of. 2 it B a—1 n 



1 the Danubian I'linuipali- 



Cumiiieruiat IniellifcenL-e, Foreign. 2 u 1 a — 3 
J— 1 ,( 5 *— a a fi /■-). a i I--1 « h I— 'J u I 



*-ll J 

7.j-lf 



— ao j .1 « 



-aa 



r--'.^j7/-vu/5«-i7j5«- 

/ ft (-a:. , ,i «-30j 7 'i 

Convict l,«l...iir. IS «. M n-IK in 8 /"-SI « U A 
CunMicalion and Seamen. :>2 ni 4 '/ 

of York. IM «9/ — ill u Jl)ii-2(t«a'. 

Meeting of. W « «— ;7 -i S) 6-:ia « 10 J 

New lli^tlo)ls. ->7 <f 11 Ir 

Itubric'. L'l: „ ii €—2i< n |0 (/ 

CiHHle (Hr JoliiO on thu i'urtland Htenli«Alcr, 

4j!i» 
Cook,'nioin"«i.Ienis«lc>minIK77. 3.. !)(! 

Trav.lliTi. in rli« Doserl. 7 « 12 e 

Cii-Oneniiivii r'.m-russ. Anniwl .■.eeting. 2a* 

/■_3 (1 8 </— 5 n 8 ft 

S-vni-iii-s. IMue ISook on. 21 .)* 11 / 

Coiio. X.iie on \\w Um- of. !«>«/■ 

Clipper MintTj of ICiigUnii Coiiiiiany, SJcot lli» 



Ebi 



16 I Copi'iii (U'illiHni) o 



Dublin 






-21 ■> 13 e—ti a 7 i- 



:!6« 



.>i II i 



—30 -1 7 i— 1 m 
1 /_5 « 8 6- 
(—11 « I 



Cd— :!«! \in—Am 7 /— 
7m7*' tti« 12t/-am 13 >/-! 

10 ft— 12 » |:lr— I4ni TO— ITi m M n— Hi h)7 I 
/— I7hi U ft— 18 in 10 /— 10 w -J J— L'l i" li /— 

22 « /-a-l N. 7 r— 21 in 7 «-i.-, «, 7 t-ill m I 

11 rf— 2« n 7 ft— 29 m 7 /—SI) m 7 (/—.".I in 7 rf ] 
— ljUc-2.,-'Jr-4>!>/--.illr-.i,-U/-7 ! 

jCii— 14 |ti e-i:./ Illft— :(ij l:l/:^IH,-3 e ! 
— la ; 10 e—-i>\ t 7 '— !l f 7 t-'l'i ) 1 1 ft-^S / i 

9 ft- 2r. ; '/— .6 / 1 1 !■— 27 1 (i ft- :;» / 7 J -20 

_7 11 i— iioj 1;./ 
CummoitsKiicLosiin's- Mr. iJu 1' " ' 

Ion Cominiin. II « 10ft 
Conipaiiiel Aeti'. Dupulnlion Ti 



- l>ii 



■euf Tr.ol 
f-HiHl .U;i 
Cornrrmt (l)iLvid)oi 
inj;»»n.l^. I(i -i 7 
Cor]«>ritl l>iini>ltniL'i 

11 e 
f^rpH «f CoiiiniLs^i 
l.ij 12.1 

AiHiivcr^arj- 

of U..-iulemvn 



a I'liilHilelpbin and Ilen<I- 
1 I'risona, Hclwn of^ 23 j 



aboui 



- Misii'llaii 



> of ^h»r 



Keg iut ratio 'I. -i j 4 d 

Confratcmily of ihe UieBstd SacmniciiC, i 

vetsary Cvlcbratiim, 1 / ti / 
Congregational Union of Eiiglaml, Sitlin; 

the Anieinbly, » m Iti /— 14 ,„ i\ a 
Connolly (Tlios.) on Anierienn Mriiiufui'tur 



Conjui 



It llio Ibijal Ari 



— U« 12/— 20.(9/— 21 fi I3«-23.i;ie-2r. 
a If. /— 27,1 10 f~Am^ '— .i w II f—'iia 12 
d~}'l>0.-,/~l.-,mlO/—L'l «0/-3l l«5 I— 



: ri>i!lH(.M.)onilu; Hill 

Cotton (Aldenimii) ' 

lialHlnnts of \ns W: 

— (Dr.; on llio <:ii 

Fiitnity. 20 > fi f-2i 

■■ Cotton. S[iirL'i.fTr:i.li 



CooU.ik thu C.in.rr of a Siii:<;eMful Surgeon, l» 
Cooltiis l_Yf . \\.\ttt\ \\\ef.ii;,M "t^A^ -jS. ■«>v.f«5v. 



i-r 



Cm 



I^AL3f KR's IT^DFX to " xrtlt TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



fAi>nl I ^ 



rouiiterslip Sugar Kefinery at Bristol, see Fii»- 

Counry Franchise, Meeting about at Exeter 

Hnll. ! 7 m o a 
-^ — History, Price Sate List of a Collection of, 

at SothebyV. 4 ;// 11 c 
Monster Meeting of Farm Labourers on 

Horn Hill, 22 m 7 c— 30 m (> e 
" Courier of Lyons " Note about, 24? w 6 d 
GCUET OF ALDERMEN :— 

' AMerniJin Alien, Decease of. 6 ; 10 A 

- — Non-Atiemlaiice of thj Jitdges at 

Patil's, ly a 7 e- 1« w 10 h—Gj 10 6 
Prisons, 17a7f-^uyi0 6 



St. 



€OUaT CIEGULAR :- 

■^ Acces.-ion Day Cilebration, 2\j0/ 

Audiences. 2 m 9 /* 

^ Beatrice (Princess) Birthday of, \G a 9 / 

Brail (Kiuperor and Empress of) see Bra- 



zil 



Cambridge (Duke of) Health of 3 a 3 e 
Movements of, 12 a 9 e— 12 ; 9 /* 



— Coronation Day Celebration, 29'; 10 a 

— ( ount and Countess of Paris in London, 29 
j 9 /• 

— Drawing Booms by the Queen, 4 a B h—7 
a r, /— 11 a 9«— 14n 11 A— 18« 6 a— 21 a 10 
e—2'y (I 9 /7— 28 a 10 r— 2 w 9 f 

Presentations, 2 m 10 ti— 3 m TO/— 4 »i 



H) ,7—5 m 1 !• /» 

— D\il' d* Amnnlc in Londhn,. 13 y^/ 

— Dulce of Mecklenburg Strelitz in London. 

7/ n /__>s/9/ 

— EWinburjib ( I'hicbess of i Attends the Special" 
Service at tb«'Kus>ihn ChurclHor Success to 
the Arm v. IMi n (J r— 1« m 9 / 

at C.iburg. 14 m 1 f—'i:^ m 9/- 20 m 7 



12/9 /— 2n y ;, ^ 

Movements of, 10 a 5 Z'— 23 « 9 «— 24 



„ :» f._:^(J „ rt r— 2:5 m 9 /" 

at \Vii»dsor ( asile, 24 a S «— 25 a 10/ 



— (Duke of) in Egypt. 28 m H r 

Movements of. 13 ^ 5 rf— 14 a 7 /"— M 



„i .5 e—\tSmh f—'lK m « a— 21 w 9 /— •.'4//« 5/ 

— Empress Eugenie and the Prince in Italy, 
9 (/ 5 /* 

Movements of. 30 n 5 / — 8 m 5 d 

at Gibraltar. 3 m h e 



Ex])ecled Guests. 12^5/ 



— - I evees by the Prir.ce of Walcr 4 a 8 b—7 
a <; /- 1 1 o 9 <•— 14 a 1 1 A— 18 a i\ a— 21 a 10 
«*— 25 a 9 CT— 28 u 10 r— 2 m 9 /"--S w 10 A— 9 
m 10 Z'— 12 m 7 c— KJ m 8 a— 19 w 10 a— 23 m 

8 ./--26 m 10 c'-30 w 8 c— 2 / 8/— 6 ; 8/^6 

* Presentations. 8 w 11 «— 9 w 10 e — 16 m 

9 /'— 8.; 10 «- 9 7 13 o— 1 1 .n I / 

"• — Movements of the Court. 9 a 9 e — 7 w 9 « 

— 1 6 w 9 /— 28 in 9 /■— 4 ; 1 1 <?— 1 1 ? 11 /— 16 

i 1 1 /— 26.7 10 n—22 i 8 a— 25 / 1 1 / 

-» — Notices of the Court, see eVi^r^ dny*s paper 

- — Orders of the Court going into Mourning 

for fbe Queen of the Netherlands. 6 ; 8 // 

--^ rriiwe LeopohVs Birthday, 9 a 9 €—2 j 
1/ / 

Tr ^'/"^„^^PoIdLnyfth<} Fipst Stone of St.. 



Court Circular {rontinued). 

Prince Leopold, Movements of, 1^9/ 

11/ 

Princess Christian, 



■4 .; 



Accouchmeiit of. see 

BifiTlIS 

Louise and Marquis of Lome at Lichfield, 



4 a 9e 
of Wales's Tour in Greece, 5 a f—'i n 

6 6— 10 a 5 /— 11 a 7 «— 23 a 6 //— 30 a 8 a— 
21 w 8 <i— 22 m 9 «— 30 m 5 c— 31 m "d J—\ j 5 
e— 1>9./— 2>ll /— 11 7 I3rt 

Prince of Wales. Anecdotes of, 14 w 14 a 

Heiikh of, 5 rt 9 /— 10 a 9 /' 

Movements, 12 a 10 ti — 13 a ti d—\\ n 

7 /— 16 n 5 J— 17 a 5 /*— 24 n 5 f- 26 a 5 /— 3 
ni 5 d — 4 m 5 e — 4 m 9 e — 7 m 5/ — 1 1 m 9 /" — 
12 ?« 12 6— 4; lly 

at Portsmouth, 23 m 6 </— 24 m 8 a— 



25m9e 

and Princess of Wales. Movements of, 



4 „ [) /-—o ,n l'Sj—7j 7 tt— 11 j 11 /--12 ; 9 / 
--^7;/9/ 

Return to London. 7 J 1 1 A- 8i 9 /' 



— the Queen's Birthday, 4 <i 8 h—7 a 6 /"— 1(» 
o 9 /—1 1 « 9 tf— 18 o 6'«— 21 <f 10 f— 25 </ 9 */ 
— 28 a 10 c—2 m 9 /'— 5 7/1 10 //— 9 m 10 /— 12 
w/ 7 « -16 w. 8 rt— 19 w/ 10 /»— 23 m 8 ci— 26 », 
10 r— 30 /w 8 r-.'6\ m 6 6—2 7 8 /* 

Celebration of. 25 /wt5 /^— 4 / 7 «— 4 / 8 tr 

,- at Petersburg, 24 /*/ 5 e— 25 m 5 d — 2<» 



iM t e 



Dinners to CeUttrate. 



"^G m 1 1 



— *«— Removal of the Court to Lujidon, 2^/» 7 f 
-30 a 9 /— I ;// 9 /—J ui7 e 

to Balmoral.' 18 m 9/— 19 m \\ n 

Return ot the Court to Windsor, \C% n *) f 

-^17 a 9 /— 19 n 9/— 21 u lO i—'I'A a 9/— 4 /»/' 

10 »•— 5 m l.-t /' 

Boval NaVal Cadets. 7.7 11/ 

S-a'c Ttmcerts, 12 /w 12 <♦— 4i 11 e— 28 78 

n— 30 .7 7 e 

BaiU. 14 /// 1 1 e— 9 / 1 1 /— 19 7 9 /— 23 / 

12 rt— 26 / 8 « 

COURT CF COMMON COUNCIL :— 

Bills in Parliament, \\ a {\ f 

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground. 19 w 10 n 

— '— Mr. Buiming Bequest to Guildhall Librarv. 
30.7 7/ 

Cattle Plague, 14' a 6 / 

Caxton < elebration, 30 a 12 a 

City of Lontlon College, I J a J 

GrMUts. iSO a 12 a 

Imperial Standards for Measurer, 14 a 6 / 

International Sanitary Congress, 19 m 10 a 

Library Committee, 30 a 12 a 

New Council Chamber, PJmlOa— lj6/ 

Member, 1 / 6 /" 






Proposal to Present thie Freedom of the 

City to Kx-President Grant, 1 ; 6/ 

Swedonian Medal, 30 ; 7 /' 

TechnicalEducation, 1/ 6 7— 4; 11 f 

- Temple Bar. 30/7/ 

Courthope {W\ J.) on Declming to Stand fof 

the Oxford Poetry Professorship. 23 w 10 « 
CouTlwey (,Vtvn\tvTv\'lQ\\\Vm\\en'8 SuflFrage, 8 / 6/ 
Co\«T\t CjivTAetv— vW v:\«\vi>3*'^vii\v\vA \XiaQ.V\vcfr"- 



3nr\e 30, 18?T ] palMkr*:!! mnKX to *' mt. timks " nkwafapkr. 



Cri 



(^oventry (Lord) on Turf HecipnH'ity, 2 h 1) A 
tNiventry. the Lacly Godiva I'riKtesaiun at. 5 ; 5 « 
1 owper-Teinple (W.) on ilie New Forest, L"J /« 

Cux (Sergt.) Offers Sergeant-Inn Hall for the 

New Judge*B Court, 25 m \\ r 
Cozens- Hard/ (W. H.) on Fireproof Flooring, 

:;4 wi 1 1 cr 
Crabs and Lobster FisherieF, Offieial Report, 1 7 a 

10 c 

Inqniry into the Scarcity of, H n 6 h 

Crane (Thompson) on Fires in Theatres, 13r/ 5 e 
Credit Foncier, 18 m lU 6 

Mobilier, Meeting. 11 a 7 d 

Creswick ( — ) Farewell Banquet to, on his 

Leaving for Austndia, 21) m \t / 
Crete, Deputation to the .Sultan for an Inquiry 

into Grierances. 80/ 7 e 

the Villagers Ketuse to Pay Taxes, 22 j 5/ 

Crime in Liverpool, 1 m 10 e 

in Naples, Aj fi e—Uij 10 6— 2Cy 10 d 

Criminal Carelessness, 6 j 10 d 

Responsibility for Libel, 14 a 13 c 

CRIMINAL TBIALS :- 

Allen, George, and others, for Stealing, fl j 

11 h 

— ^ Balcorobe- Barton, John, for Misdemean- 
ours, 9 m 13./— 10 m 11 d 

-^ Barker, Alfred, for Attempted Murder alid 

Suicide, 12r/ II e 

Barter, John, for Stealing, 20 j 1 1 / 

Benson. ILnrv. ami others, for Fraud, 13 rt 



11 e— i4a 13/— l(»M 11 c—lJ n 11 r— 18 a 11 
«— 19 a 10/— 20 a 11 c— 21 a 14 a— 23 n lib 
—24 a 12 a 

— Bergfer, David, for Fraud, 24 w 1 1 rf 

— Bird. Alfred, for Stealing, 10 m \\ r. 

— Blackall, VVni.. for Manslaughter, 10m lie 

— Blazey, James, for Stealing. 20 / 1 1 / 

— Blizzard. James, for Assault, U) ; 11 f 

— Bolton, Thomas, for Fraud, 2« in 13 e 
- — Bowen, Wni.. for Stealing. 2<» a 11/ 

— Boy ton, Anthony, for Stealing. 10 m 11 c 

— Buidkiugh and Be^nt, for Publishing an 
Obscene Book. U m 13 /' 

— BrirKres^Phrlip. for Stealing. 24 m 11 rf 

— BnKler, VVni.. for Stealing/, 10 m 11 d 

— Brown-. Jo8e]>h, for Burglnry, S ?/» 4 /* 
TlHinrvas, for Publishing and Selling an 



Indecent Book. 10 m 1 1 ^ 
— — Bunker, Tltonms. for Stealing, 10 a 11 c. 

i^arroDand Field, for Begtjing, 6 a 11 c 

— Ca88a;;nac, Faul de, for Libel, 3 a 3 c — 6 a 
5 b 

^ Chrapman, John and Fred., for Stealing, 

25 m 11 c 

^ Chappe!, Frederick, for Stealing. 5,/ 11/ 

• Chastelaine and Wethenill, for Fraud, 7 »« 



7c 

— Clark, Joseph, for Wife Assault, 11 rt 13 r 

— Cortyngham, Maud Godfrey, for Fraud, 8i 

11 / 

— Co3«. Arthur, and another, for Fraud, 9 m TSf /" 
_ Wm., for Stealing. 24 m ]\ d 



Crawley, RIchanI, for Stealing,', 10;;f 11 /• 

CuCii/i^. Henry, for a Despernte AshayiM 

tm his Captain while at Sen, 3 & iO b 



Crimii<al Tna.]B Oontinnedj. 

i)ank8, John, lor hualinjr. 21 7 1 1 <? 

i)avi8 and Squires, for Uubiiery, In 12 n 

l)e Tuurville. Henry, for Wife Murtler. 11) 

j it c— JO f .■> e—2\ j \iitt—22 i 10 d--'r,\ ) \2 e 
_v.-, / H r— 2i> i 8 r(— 28 y 10 6—21) j lo c 

Notes about. 22 / 10 (i— 23 j i'l e 



— Devane, Timothy and Catherine, for Mur- 
der, A u \\ f 

— Diamond, John, for Stealing. 23 m 11 ^ 
Dixon, Frank, and another, for Stealing, 



20 ;■ 1 1 /• 

— Dobell, Tlios. for Fraud. 23 m W d 

— Dodfcion. liobart, for Stealing, 1 1 a 13 r 

— Donovan. Jtihn, for Stealinir, 10 a 1 1 </ 

— Edwards, Edward, for Wournling, 1 1 in 
12 'I 

— Ellioth, Freilerick. for Assault, 13 ^i 1 W/ 
Micha^r'l, for Wounvling, 10 m lie 

— England, H. C. VV., for Bankruptcy Act 
Offence. 14 a 13 / 

— Faggetter, Edward, for Wounding, 5 a 11 « 

— Feaily, Sarah Ann, for Inciting to Steal, 
2I7 11 e 

— Field, John Michael, for Embezzlement, 2G 



I 



m 13 e 

— Fitzgerald, Thomas, for Assault, 24 w 1 1 d 

— Ford, Frederick, for Stealing, 9 m 13 /* 

— Fullager, John Edward, for Frauds 30 1 



14 ri 

— Gibbs, El'zabeth, for Macslaught^r, 14 a 
13 / 

— Gibbons, Thomas, and another, for Stealing, 
8 m 4 /• 

Golding, Jeremiah, and another, for Fraud, 



10 m 11 d 

— Green, William, and others, for Stealing, 
23.; 11 d 

— Griffiths. James, for Burglary, 23 »« 1 1 </ 
Hardy, Edward, for Attempted Suicide, 1 1 



a I3c 

— Harrison, Simeon, for Arson, 13 a 1 1 « 
— Hedges. Johann, for Stealing, 8 m 4/ 

— Henson, Joseph, for Wounding, 2\) j 11 h 

— Higgins, — , for Brutal Wife Assault, 9 a 



11 a 

James, for Stealing. 8 m 4 / 

— Hollandt, WillitAii, for Embezzlement, 9 in 
11 r 

— Hunt. Herbert, for Fraud. \\ a \2 f 

— Hymns, George, for Stealing. 10 a 11 d 

— Jackson, Charles, and another, for Robbery, 
6 a 11 r 

George, for Stealing, 24 m 1 1 d 



— Jones, Wm., for Burglary, 16 «^/ 11 c 
John, for Stealing, 24 m \\ d 

— Knight, George, for Attempted Murder, 14 
aV6f 

— Laidman, Leonard, for Embezzlement, 28 j 

11/ 

— Lardner, John Joseph for Forgery, 11 a 

12/ 

— Lnssarade, John, for Stealing, 11a \2f 

— Lawrence. Thos., for Stealing. II a Vi c 

27 J \2 -. 
^eWwtv, Vox ^V^iVvvv^.^v. mW^ 



^^ 



dri 



rALMKU'rf INUKX TO ** THK TIMES " NKWai'APKU. 



[April 1 td 



Criminal Trials {rfmtinued). 

' i^i|isc<)iiil). — , for AhsuuI^, 2G j \*2 a 

Mm: .entiott, Ik'rnunl, lor NN'oumling, 8 tn 



■»/ 



11 e 



Maiillard. Loui^^ for \Vil;uI DHinagc, iMi a 



— Ma wlel. Frederick, for Stealinij, 24 w* 11 d 

— Manning. TliouiHd, and others, for Burg- 
lary. M f ly (i 

— Melville, George, for Fraud. II a 12/ 

— Meredith, (?ase of Celia, <»i 11 c 

— Merryinan, Ann, for Stealing, 2."> wile 
Mills, John, for Stealing, 7 J i'6 e 



Morley, Geo., and otlurs, for Stealing, 10 a 

lie 

Morris. Thonuia, for BurglarVi 10 m He 

— — Moss, Emm;i, for Stealing, 2G m 13 e 

Mnrphy, Louisa, for Wounding, 1) m \Zf 

Murray, Thomas, for Stealing. 21^" 11 e 

' North, Amelia, for Murder, 12 a 11 « 

I'aters, Joseph, for Attempting to Wound, 

2i)y 10 c 

Pitketley, (Kobert Shaw, for Debtors Act 

Ofifence, 81 m 12 /> 
— — Fritehard. Joseph. ft>r Stealing, 11 « 13 <• 
Fulman, Frederick, and another, for Burg- 
lary, tf « lie 
^ — Kamage, Stephen, for Stealing, 23 m 11 ^ 

I^amsden and Frinburg, for Perjury, 10 a 

11 //— n a 12 / 

Keady, Kllen, for Man.'^laughter, 28 j 11/ 

]iobins<jn. Percy, for Forgery, 13 o 11 « 

By an, John, and another, for Assault, 13 a 

Wii 
Byle, Thomas George, for Wounding, 12 m 

11/* 

Scott, George, for Stealing. 10 <7 11 e 

■■ Henry James, and another, for Fraud, 

13 a 11 c— 14 it 13/ 

James Stanford, for Perjury, 10 a 11 d— 



21) m 1 1 £/— 30 mild 

— Sheehy, Annie, for Stealing, 2.'> wi 11 e 

— Simpson. Mary Ann, for Stealing. 24 m \\ d 
Smith, William, for Attempted Suicide, 5 j 



11 f 



for Burglary. 20 / 1 1 / 

— Snooks, Wm., for Kinberzlcment, 12 a 11/ 

— South, John, for Stealing, \{) a \\ r 

— Span ton, John, for Attempted Burglary, G 
a 11 e 

— Stone, Henry, for Stealing, 2G a 11 « 

— Sweet, Ilenrv, for Assanlt, 7i 13 e 

— Talbrot, Wm., for Stealing, 23 tn 11 d 

— Thorn, James, for Stealing, 24 m 11 d 

— Thonipson, Wm.. for Stealing, 23 m \i d 

— Towler, Bobert, and another, for Stealing, 
7 a 12 a 

Traynor. Addie Margaret, for Stealing and 



Murder, 12 m 7 d 

Tunn, Joseph, for Bobbery, 10 a 11 d 

Turner, Phoebe, for Libel, 10 m 11 d 

^—- Wakeling, Eliziibeth, and another, for 

Stealing, 25 w 11 r 
WaJJfer, Alfred, for Rape, 10 7w 11 c 

ff^arrcij, Uetiry, and others, for Burglary, 

- yVjarwick, George, for Stealing, 10 im l\ c 



Criminal Trials {rontinncd). 

Watson. Bicl.ard Marsh, for Threats, 29 wt 

11 d—\j 12(/— 28 /lie 

Watts. Albert, for Bape, 29 j 12 d 

We^taway, Alexander Henry, for Fraud, 

30 II, \\ r 

While, Wm. for Stealing. 19 i 11/ 

Wicks, John, for Manslaughter, 31 m 12 a 

Williams, Beul)en, and another, for At- 
tempted Fraud, 27./ 12 n 
Wodehouse, Henry John, for Stealing, 6 j 

He 
W'ood, Wra. Henry, for Embezzlement, 10 

w 11 d 

Worsfold, John, for Burglary, 5 a 11 a 

Wye, Frederick, for Stealing, b a 11 « 

Wyness. Andrew, for Murder, 12 a 1 1 e 

Croker (Capt.) (/a»e of. Official Inquiry into, 

20 a 10 f(— 24 III 9 f—2o m G y~2G m 6 J— 2l$ 

m G 7—2 / 7/ 
Cropre ly Church Restoration, 21 iw 6 c 
Cross (Geo. J as.) on Naval Engineers, 13 <i 4/ 
Crossed Checks, 23 m 7 6—27.; 4 e 
Crown Life Assurance Company, 23^ 9 d 
Crowther (Bp.) Journeys up the Niger, 12 J S c 
Croyle (James) on Peruvian Affairs, ti m 7 a 
Cruikshank (George) on Capital Punishmeat, 22 

jAd 
Crystal Palace — Beethoven 50th Anniversary, 

Concort to Celebrate. 3 </ G c 

Chinese Ambassador at. 25/5 f 

Deputation to Prevent its being Opened oa 

Sunday, 5 w 13 h 

Easter Holyday Amusements in, 3 a 5 6 

Flower Show, 15 m 11 c 

Handel Festival at, IG m 10 A— 24 wi 6 e— 

30 til 9 e— 22y 8 </— 237 H/— 2G j 8 b—26j 10 

c— 30/7/ 

Herr Rubinstein's Concert at, SJ A e 

Meeting at the Mansion House to Utilize, 

Gfi 5/— 21 a 7c 

of Ordinary Stockholders, Oj e 

Picture Gallerv. Award of Medals, 19 o 10 </ 

Rose Show, 25 / 1 2 d 

WVlsh National Concert at, in Aid of the 

T^'newydd Miners Fund. 7/9/ 
Cuba, English Merchants in, 20 a 8 6 
Arrest of the (^aptain of an American 

Whaler Official Inquiry into, 8 / 5 e 

ImiK)rt Duties on i. .it He, 18 / 7 c 

Miscella cons News. 13 a 5 d 

War Ta.xation on Foreigners Reduced, 4 / 

7/ 
Curates Augmentation Fund, Annual Meeting, 

3 m 10 e 
Cwni Avon Iron Works, New Pn)prietor8hip, IG 

in 7 d 
Cymmrodorion Society, Question Before, 14 m 

10 a 
Czechs and Slavs, G j 5 6— 1 1 J G e 

D. 

Dallinger (Rev. W. H.) on Monads, 8 im 12 a 
I Dangerous Derelict, \'i j 7 d 

\ PVcT— \\\AiiV.vv>vA. IVN a r> <f 

\ l'>ami>\\ ^evwVvsV, \\t\v\iv:\v\\vi\\ v^l \\\vivc V1«j\\^>orX^ 
I 4 a VI l> 




Djirjuclinji Ten Comp«ny, 2 m 12 r 
IK'si'oiinL'Rsi.'s Institulion, Annual Mmilinf;,' , 
Dmth uf -IciMph Ureeiiuu|{li, in I'ri-nn. 2 •> T / 

of Will. UuHTiltir. KouiiU Kaleii by Kutivu 

Dog* in fiydncy, b 7 II d 
SudJt'nly, of Mr. Deacon, on h Slmniboiit, 



r Kriili, e 

- of«Jiirym«n,inlheOMlJ^ii]i 

10 ui 1 1 . 






Mr. Avory'B Add real on. 31 m \i >• 

in liie Pulpit, of Kev. U. T. VssiVs, a 

Wesley nn CltTgymsn, 30 m li c 

DEATHS:— In consequence of the Rettiairar- 
Geiientl hnving a iximplete Alplishetical List 
Iroin lt<37, of hII Denlhs in th« Hritish Donii- 
niuns, u al<o of nil Britieh Subji^t'Is Dying 
uliroad. which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset lluuse, it la not deemed 
expedient lu iniert the Minimum LUls as ad- 
vurtiaed in the Timen. 

Adorn, Fjitmonil, Funeral of. 19/ 1 1 / 

Adains, Kev. John, a Victim to the Great 

I'iru St St Luui*, 13 u 8 e 

Allen, Alderman. 24 in T « 

Kev. Dr. Hugh. 21/ 1 a 

Arnold. — , Westminslor Police Magiatrate, 

•iim lat— 23n.ll g 

Aailey, Hon. W., an a .". t 

Baftehot, Walter. 2 o 3 /. 

Baliadiior, Sir Jung, 3 u 3 rf— 9 a\\ f 

Baily, John, 20j Uy 

Baker, Thos., 21 n 1 o 

Baunernian, Sir Alexander, 23 n 9 / 

BcJIinKhanaen, Baron Munch Von. 20 7' 5 t 

Btrtolles, M., CojbuI at Bclt,TBitc from 

France, li n n o 

Funeral of, 13 n fl i- 

Bohl de Fnber, Cecilia, ID o 8 t 

Bowlund, Quartermaslcr Alexander, 2G 

Bravo, Mrs. C. Dvilk of, DtntU, 10 m e 

Bn.wn. Stayley, III a nf 

Brownlow, Rer. W. G., 18 m Of 

C;Hballeru, Feman, 10 11 8 h 

Cabrero, Marshal, Funeral of, 1 j 9/ 

Calvert, Charles John, Briliah Consul at 

Naples, Ujll/— 1577« 

Canterbury, Viscount, 25/ 11/ 

Carew, Commander Timothy. 28 m 10 d 

Carpenter. Miss Mary, Hi / 13 &— 18j 8 c 

■ Funeral ol, 20_/' 5 f 

^_CarTere, Dr. Louis," a Victim of Doty, 2i 

Casoni, Cardinal, 24 n 5 e 

. CawUy, Charles E., 4 n 10 e 

Chlsholm, Mrs, Caroline, Funeral of. 3 □ (i o 

Christopher- Nisbet Hamilton, Adam, 11 j 

"./■ 
Cobden, Mrs., Widow of the Great Free 

Trader, 19 u U/— 2U a&d 
— Compiegae, Marquis dc. Shot ia a DucL 3 



]»4iU(ih:i;r uf liwlhc's '■ Lotte." 28 m .">/ 

Drutiiiuoud, Ijiily Kmilv, 23 m 9 /' 

I)ui.d.is, Kt. lUm. Sir D'nvid, 2 u 1 « 

Krskinc, Loni. H »> J 1 e 

Fiiirfa.x. Ji.liii, Proprietor of The SyilifM 

Mm..imj lhr<,l-l. in/:./ 
Fiizu'erxld, Fichl-MarshHl Sir J. F., Xuiiue 

F'ro8l,'w. E.. rtjCe 

Urtcniiough. .ludcph, in Prison, 21 m 11 if 

llHekittt, Sir Wni., Chief J ustiec of Ceylon, 

21 wll.. &/ 
Ilalliday, Andrew, uUas Andrew Ualliday 

Duff, 11 .( il"! 
ilaosen, M. J. A., the Danish Socialist, G 

Harper, Fletcher, the New York Publisher, 

llease. Grand Duke of, 14/11 <— In/0/ 

llevwuuil. John Pemburlon, 1 1 w ID » 

Hill. Mrs., UauglUer of Southey the Poet, 

10 ci 10 /■ 

Hijipolyte dc TooquevUle, M., 21 in S 6 

— - Hnare, I'eicr Iticiiard, Seuiur Partner of 

the iliink, Ij (i a 
Hobart, Hon. Mrs., Wife of Adm. Uobart 

— , Holland, Queen of, 4 j 1 1 /-21 / 5 / 

iloseason. Hear Adm. Wm., 23 w 10 rf 

Jaekzion, Jotm Kichardsun, the Meizoliut 

Kngraver, 21 m 4/ 

James. Lt. Gen. Sir H., IRj T « 

Kay-Shullleworth, Sir James Phillips, 28 

Kcnnard, John Peirse, 5 m 8 ft 

Kenrick. Rev. John. 2G m 12 d 

Lake. Major Gen. Edw., 18 / B/ 

Lelcshokec, Prince, Faocral of, 2I7 7 d 

IjOiigniaii, TboB., lUj 1 a 

Lothian, Marchioneiis of, 14 n 1 f—X'i m 

10/' 

'— Solemn Funeral Mass for, IG n S e 

Lu"Hn, Countess oF, /> a Hj' 

Luahington, Sir Stephen, 31 in G c 

Mabile, Bp., 9in7e 

Maduu, Jean Baptiste, a Belgian Painter, 

4<i9e 

May 

M'Lean, Sir Donald", 

MelUshiRi. Hon.Lord, 1CJ7/— I8j 13 d 

— I9j I a 

Mulesvrorth, It^v. Dr., 23 a 9 / 

Monro, Sir David, 2 in T c 

Morella, Count de. Funeral of, Ij 9/ 

Motley, John Lothrop, HI » 6 < 

Funeral o(, < j ft *— o "1 X-i a 

atie 



- MltgCT, WCOTI, "W n.Vi J 



— Pow; », lloii. aiul lit. Uev. Dr., Kx-iiishop, 
of Snior ami Mam. i j ii 

— Hibiuu, t>\r Juliii S., 7 m G c ' 

— Uugers, John, i^rosiiiiui of ihu ** Manhood 
Suftrage League," 21 m (j c 

— Kous, AtWuiral, 2U ; I) / 
l?uuural of, 21 y lu e—2oj 11/ 



I'roiKjsed Memorial lo, 27 ; b 6 

— Howcrolt, Lt. (jeii.. G a 10 e 

— ^antini, Pioresdor, 26 j a c 
fcchiller, Major D. Von, Grandnon of the 



Poet, il m 5 fl 

— Sorvia, Pruicess of, Only Brother of, 23 
ad f 

— bhaw, Benjamin, 24 a 1 </ 

— bhrev^sbury, Karl of, 12 m 12 f 

— hmith, Lt. Thos. Lawrence, 10 a 10 c 

— JSpieer, Henry, (Ju 1 6 

— blirhng- Max well, Lady, \Gjl e 
Funeral of, 2 1 j \) / 



Strzelecki, Count Paul, 23 a H 6 

Sudeley, Lord, 30 a G c 

Tapp, Lt. (Jen. 'I'h08., 22 m 7 

Tieirsanato, Cardinal, I m it/ 

Urquliari, David, 2« /// lie 

Vane, Morgan, 12 w< 12 / 

Vouiier, Col., Discoverer of the Venus of 

Milo, 7 in i e 
Weekes, Henry, the Sculptor, 31 m h f 

— Weir, Kev. Dr. John, 10 a 1 a 

Western, Sir 'I'hos. Sutton, 2\ j 7 f 

Whitleild, Lt. Gen., (> « 10 c 

— Williams, liev. T., Dean of Llandaff, 25 a 
10 /— 26 a 6 (/ 

— Winaus, lloss, an American Inventor, 3 
»t 11 a 

— Wricrht. W. H.. an Australian Shpriff in « 



Park. il 
Di^'htlicna i 

Spread 

Discharged '. 
Di>clHiitierd, 
Dividends, i 

— i^a 11 
28 a 10 r- 
7 /—Hi m 
c— 30 m 8 
c— lli y 10 

DIVORCE Qi 

Ada nisi 

Allen i;. 

Aryniai 

Asbury 

Bacon r 

Barrowc 

Beestou 

11 c 

Binckes 

Biiidlosf 

Bishop I 

Black r. 

BlackeU 

Blackw( 

Bodcn V 

m 11 c 
Bowmei 

Boyce o 

Bradbui 

— Bragger 

Brookfit 

Brought 

Burrell 




PALVER a IHUEX TO 



ros c. DuwDB and Batckelor, G } U b— 

res IT. Eayree and Jolinson, H m 13 « 
riKgeand niiother v. Eikrigge, IGa 11 b 
erington V, Etheringlon, 13 ; II / 
•on V. Kv'aaa and Wriggteiworlh, 2 ■ 

ina D. FariBm and Johnttoae, 23 a II a 
d D. Field and Hoffatt, 10 n 11 a 
tbnce V. Firebrace, 21 a 13 < 
V. Foi. 28/11 e 

eth B. Freech and Holbraok, 7 a II c 
acre n. GaUcre, 10 n It s 
» B. Gilea, 23 a 1 1 a 
nen v. Olaaiere, Sill h 
'enlock v. Gorenluck, 1> a II ^ 
eDn. Green, 23 a 11 a 
ibbc. Grubb, 14> IS ^ 
rs. GH7, 19 a 11 r 
:k D. Hack and Redman, 5 m 14 t 
le ■>. Hate, 2 n 18 </ 

d Church, U m 



wktvorth V. HawkjvoTth and Baile- 

aom 11 c 

\N>n V. Uenson and Taylor, 28 a 13 « 

lUni u. Hullins, IGm 11 /" 

me i: Hume and othen, 23> 13/ 

oca D. luai^s and Bloc, 18 in 11 4 

1 u. Jell, 19 m lije 

1 1>. Joel and Bichdale, 6 n 4 > 

inaonr- Johnson, 16 ■• 11/ 

jid C^ter, 4 H 11 E 

lei r. Jone*. SOa II e— ISjll/ 

naing B. Haaning, 7 a 11 c 

rabaJI V. Marshall and Cuthingloo, 23 a 

^well i: Maxwell and othen, 11 ;' 13/— 

sdG D. Meade andABOther, 19 a 11 d 

■dovrcrufl e. Meadowcroft, 2 n lit d 

Iford c. MiUord, 30 a II e 

Jerr. Miller, 6j II b 

relli V. Horelli and Darham, 20/ II < 

irriwn B. MorriMn, 7 m II «— 28/ II * 

dvogue D. Mulvogue, 2 n 111 rf 

*h t>. Naih and Blalkie, 23 a 11 a 

tdorS V. NiidorfE, 3 m 11 <1 

peuheimer v, Oppenheuner, 2Si 11 1 

■Ion D. QuatDn and Kellj, 27/ 11/ 

Imei B. Palmer, Caminiagt, and othsrt, 

, e— 26 ,■ 13/— 28 i 1 1 rf 

rr7 D. Pany and Shepherd, 11 n 11 < 

•lev. Pawle, 2 « 18 ij 

we. Fev, Si 11 < 

dao. Pittij, 20>ll« 

,DtD. Plant, 20/11 ( 

iiford B. Pooitmd and Coaoor, Sml\ * 

reru p. BoberU, €j 11 6 

':X a S»xtf mnd ^xgr, 2m lid 



TIMES NEWSPAFEK. 



DlTOtce Oou-t (continued) 

Scott V. Scatt, 23 a 11 < 

Sharman u. tihHrman. dj Mb 

Simi V. Sim and Lon^t, 30 a 11 & 

Sgiitnund p. Sinia'Dun J, Culljar and Wells, 

17b. lie 

Somets V. Somen aj)d Hilvard. 30 a He 

Stalker c Stalker, Hume and Wright, 19 « 

11 d 

Stout D, Stoat, 30 a 11 e 

Taylor p. Taylor, 10 m II a 

TrouDce t>. Trounce, and othen, 1 6 a 1 1 ( 

Tomer v. Turner, 10 m II o 

Vincent b. Vincent and others, 16 a II & 

Wakley o. Wakley, 21 o 13 « 

Warner d. Warner, 30 m II c 

Water* .1. Waters, 13J1I/ 

Watkias i>. Wataina and Pearpoinc, 4 n 1 1 < 

Wcstmoreti. Westmore, 7 m lie 

White B, White, 17 ™ 11 d 

Wilahak u. Wilshab, 19 a 11 <^ 

Wood B. Wood and Farrsr, 4 m II e 

Tgleaia* n. Yglesias and Selby, 27j 11/ 

Young B. Toung, 10 m i I o 

Zouche u. Zouche and Hay, SO ) 1 1 * 

DiiOD (John) Cleopatra's Needle, 24 m 12 i 

Dock Warrants and Venden, 17 m (i a 

DOGES:— 

State of Share* in Conpaaie*, im tatrj 

day'i paper 

Alexandra. Newport, 12 a 7 a 

Meraey. 2S •■ 11 ■ 

SharpnebS, £c., 30 a 7 e 

Dockyard Workmen, 20>6/ 

Do^— Lioeneei Granted, 80 n 4 c 

—- Mad, in Southampton Street, Strand, 7 * 

about Rrentwood, 1/ 8 t 

in Fleet Street, 9 « 12 e 

DoUey ^J, F.) on Meteors, 2t « 10 c 

Domestic Economy, Proposed Annual Cunjjrcni 

on, 24 m 7 <f 
Dominican QoTemraent, Clum at Great Britain 

againat, 6a 6 1 
Don Carlos, les Fuiiioa- Pon'« 
MoTemenU of, 29 a 6 c— 81 » 12 A— 31 > 

G e 
Invited to Johi the Bonmaniaa Armv, aj 

6e 
DoDald«on (John) on Submanoe Warfare, 1 1 w 

9/ 
Doudney (Bar. Dr.) on Uie Counienlip Sagar 

Refinery, 19 a 7/ 
Douglaa (R. E.) on Eaahgar and China, SI m 6 e 
Drains^ of Towni, Conferenc« on, 4 « 12 i 
Drapers' Company, Banquet, 26 n 10 << 
DriTcr* and Conductor*, 36 n IS /' 
Droop (H. E.) on the Bidsdale Judgment 8/ 4 f 
IlniTersitie* Bkll and College IJTings, 4 n 

4< 
Drunkarda in Police Cells, 9 a II a 
Drury Lane Oarden-^the Barial Ground of St. 

Martini in the Fieldt, 2 si 13 f—& m. Va j— v^ 

aiSil-l7m\() a 
Drye * Co, and the ¥ tttWaX.*, \ S * * 
Ducfct (Dr. A_ D.I ■P\tWia'*»cd»»S«Kv.l o. * 1— 

4 a e c— 6 a 14 c ^ 



Due 



palmer's index, to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Duel between the Marquis de Compiegne and 

Mr. Mayer. 2 a 7 f 
M. Pierantoni and Signer Albanese, 17 m 

Dunbar (A. H.) on Scot and Celt, 16 m 10 A 
Dundee Museum, Kobbcry from, 11 »w 11 /" 
Dundonald Claims, 10 a 1 1 /'—Uj 6 e^Hj 6 f 
— 20j 6 d 

(Lord) on Ironclnds, 1« « 8 c 

Dunmow Flitch of lUcon. 22 m J2 6 

Durham (Dean of) on the Burials Bill, 24 a 6 / 

Elections, 2;^./ 10 h 

University, Convocation, 12 m 12 c 

Assoctatiun History Prize — Award, 12 m 



12 c 



Notices, 6 ; 6 /* 



Dyaks see Brooke {kajoh) 

Dyke (Sir Wm. Hart) at the Opeming of the 

New Workmen's Hall, at Dartford, 2imQd 
Dynamite, New Use for, 2 mO a 

E. 
Earlswood Asylum, Members of the Municipal 

Council of Paris Visit, 10 m 9 c 
Early Birds— the Nightingale at Muswell Hill, 5 

a 11 6 
Earthquake at Iquique, 14 wi If—dj 5 d 

at Aix de Chapelle, 27 j o e 

in Scotland. 23 ?n7 c 

and Tidal Wave at Iquique, 2 j 7 €—27 j 4 

0—l2j5d 

Waves, 31 m 11 /• 

a Years Uctum of, 28 m 9/ 

East End Children, A m 12 h 

London Hospital for Children, 3 tn 9/ 

Cumberland Liberal Association, 6 a 11 6 

Easter Holyday Amusements, H a 5 a 

Eastern Crisis, 17 u o/—V.) a 6 a— 20 a 5 a--21 

a 7 a — 23 a 5 a — 5 w 13 € 
Association, Meeting of, at St. James's 

Hall, 26 a 6 c— 8 w 12 />— 9 m 13/ 

Question, Notes about. 20 a 4/— 21 a7 d 

■ in its Anjflo- Indian Aspect. 18 wi 12 c 

Letter of Mr. Cihidstoi-.e on the Labour 



Representatioii I..c;igue Demonstration, 19 »i 

Sd 
— — Two Years' History, 1 1 ; 5 a 
Ecclesiastical Coninii^'sion. 2.'» i/i 4 f 
. _ Kivalry at St. Albany 23 ; 12 / 
Eclectic riiysici.in*, 3 m 10 d 
Edinburgh, Kpiscopal Cathedral in, 30 a 6 c 
— Unirersity, New Bursaries Founded by 

Lord Zetland, 4 m 5 e 

. l)^'grte^ Granted, 24 a 10 e 

Miseollaneous News, 17 rt 12 d — 20 a 5 e 

New Professor, 21 J 10 c/ 

Kesignation of Sir Robert Christison, 17 



a\2d 
EDUCATION :— 

Board of Education for Scotland, Deputa- 
tion to Government to Form, 13 a s) f 

. Schools — Princess Louise Visits Two, 

in Ea««t London, 22 ; 1 1 / 

Catholic, 19/11 / 

HiBtory of, a Lecture by Mr. Browning, 4^ 



9y 

— Industrial in Italy, 9 a 4 c 
SO 



Education (continued). 

London School Board, Corporal Punish- 
ment, 26 a 12 u 

of Girls, 3 ra 10/— 14 m 6/— 16 m 9 / 



Finances, 12 a 10 c 

Meetings, 12 a 10 e— 26 a 12 a— 3 w 10 ^ 

—19 m 14fi— 14>97— 22i 12 c— 30 j 6/* 

New Schools at Westminster, 12 j" 6/ 

Space in School Rooms, 12 a 10 e 

Spelling Question, 26 o 12 a— 14^ 9/ 

on Summoning Parents for the Non-At- 



tendance of their Children, 3 m 10 J 

Teachers Salaries, &c., 3 w 10/ 

Temperance Question, 19 m 14 a 

Truant Question, 19 7a 14 a 

University Scholarships, 12 a 10 e 



— Needlework in Board Schools, 2 a 6 c 

— New Schools, 19 a 11 e 

— Norwich School ISoard Election, 7 a 6 e 

— Privy Council Orders, 2 m 9 / — 12 m 7 e — 
16 m 8 a— 19 m 1 1 /—27j 8 b 

— Public Sch(X)ls of California, 5 a 3 e 

— Qualifying Private Schools, 20 a 11 « 

— Report of the Committee of Council on, 19 

n/ 

- Sheffield School Board, Sjee 

- Technical, 1 1 w 4/ 

- Temperance Lectures in Schools, 20 a 11 e 
Trained Teachers for Secondary Schools^ 



; 



30 m \0J 
EGYPT :— 

and Abyssinia, 5 a 5/— 25 ^* 9/— 29^ 10 d 

Arranges Peace with Abyssmia, 7 ; 7 e 

Birthday of the Prophet Festival, 9 a 6 a 

Consolidated Debt, 8 w 6 e 

Contract for the Sale of Grain, 15 j 5 « 

Customs and Mr. Scrivener, 9 a 6 a 

Daira Debt, 11 a 12 a— 22 j 10 « 

Loan, Meeting of Bondholders, 4 ;n 6 / 

Defences of, 1 i 4 rf 

in Equatorial Africa, 11 a 9 « 

' Finances, 23 n 4 a 

Financial Position, SO a i d 

Improved Financial Position of, \o j i d 

International Tribunals, 7 j 5 c 

the Khedive and the Porte, 21 m 10 a— 22 

in 8 a 

Miscellaneous News, 4 m 10 c 

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt, 7 a 



5 J — 7 m 5 / 

— Mortgage Loan, 12 ; 5 <f 

— New Arrangements for Settling Claims 
against, 5 a 8 a 

Postal Arrangements, \5jid 



\ 



— Nubar Pasha in London, 26 a 9/ 

— and the Obelisk, 4 7n 10 c— 16 mid 

— Railway Stock, 16 a 6 / 

— Reported Revolution iii Darf ur, 2 ; 7 e 

— Sale of the Cereals, 14 / 7 d 

— and its Slaves, 30 a 4 a 

— Stateof, 27>4flf 

— Sugar Plantations of the Khedive, 5 m G d 

— and tlie Suez Canal, 16 m 4 d— 22 mS a 

— Taxes, Return of, 18 ? 7 J 

— Troops for Turkey, Wages Difficulty^ 7j 6 
c— 15 j 4 d 



June 30, 1«77.] palmer's index to the *' times " newspaper. 



Est 



Egypt (continited), 

its Two Easters, SO a i d 

Unified Debt, 22 w 8 a 

and the War, 30 « 4 rf— 16 mid 

Elcho (Lord) on the Rifle Cavalry, 27 ? 4 c 
elections':— 

Canterbury, 4 « 5/ 

Chichester, 25 a9 b 

Dungarvon, 21 ; 9 /*— 25 ; 11/ 

the New Member, 2G j 10 e 



East Essex. 12 m 12/ 
Grantham, 20 a 5 / 



— Helj»ton, 24 a 10 « 

— Huntingdonshire, 13/10 e — 30^ 7 e 

— Kidderminster, 15 m 9 a 

— Maldon, 12 m 12 / 

— Mid-Kent, \9 a 10 e 

— Montgomeryshire Boroujjhs, 3 m 6 d — 8 m 
12 c— 12 m 12 /•— 16 w 10/^ 

— Oxfordshire, 6 a 8 a— 7 ad/ 

— Plymouth, 23 a \0 d 
Salford, 4 o 5 /*- 10 a 8 A— 11 a 10 rf— 12 a 



10 6—13 a 8 a— IG a 8 c— 17 a 5 /—IS a 10 6 
—19 a 10«— 20 a 5/ 

Notes about, 20 a 5/— 23 a 12 a— 24 a 



10 e 

North Salop, 2m0e 

Stoke upon Trent, 29 ; 10/ 

Tipperary, 23 a 10 d -30 a 8 r— 2 m 9 e— 3 

m 6 d— 4 m 9 /— 5 w 13 c— 8 m 12 c— 14 to 8 « 

—15 m 9 rt— i6 m 10 6—17 m 9/— 21 m 9 / 
Electors, Return of Registered, 31 m 10 c 
Electric Candle, Account of. 4 ?« 4 « 
Electricity, Lectures at the Royal Institution on, 

17 tf 10 6 
Elliot (R. A.) Indian Agriculture. 10 ^* 6 « 
Ellis (Robert) on Fever Traps at the West of 

London, 4 m A d 
Elwes (R.) Great Wave in the Pacific, 9 i 10 6 
Ely (Bp. of) on the Church Questions, 12 a 10 c? 
Emma Mining Company, 4 a 7 b — 3 m 7 6 
Emigration to South Australia, 11 a 5 c^ 

Fiji a New Field for, 24 m 1 1 6 

Irish, Ua7 f 

of Pauper Children, 14 a 6/ 

Employment of Convicts in Government Works, 

Deputation about, 1 (> m 9 / 
Enclosures, Report on, 23 a 10 c? 
^— Royal Commissioners Report, 25 m 11 e 
End of a Career, 21 wj 11 d 
En^ish Church Union, Meetings, 19 m 8 e— 15 ; 

10 « 

Copyright in Canada, 6 a 8 ?> 

Episcopalians in Scotland, Correspondence, 

17 a 6/— 2 TO 12/ 

Funds, State of, in every day's paper 

News via Paris, 22 to 7 e—^j 5 d 

from France, 3 la 1 1 c 

Poets, New and Elegant Editions of, 21 to 



*/ 



Presbyterian Missions, 3 to 10 c 



Titles by Way of France, 6 / 5 «/ 

and Italian Floods, Notes about, 25 a 5 c 

Enville Gardens, Damage Done by Visitors, 26 

mile 
Epidemic lafections Diseases, 21 m 4 a 
Episcopate, Increase oi^ 31 m 0j—6j 5/ 



Epping Forest, Scheme of Management, iaS / 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, 4 to 6 </ 

Trust Company of New York, 21 a 13 6 

Errata, 28 a 6/ 

Escape of a Prisoner from the Essex County 

Gaol at Springfield, 13 j 7 e 
and Recapture of James Quigley, from 

Portland Prison, 16 m 6 e 
** Escaped " an Old Turk ia Happy at the Death 

of his Son. 31 m 10 d 
Essex and Sussex Labourers* Union, Annual 

Demonstration, 17 to 7 d 
Estate Exchange Register, Sales, 2 a 5 c — 6 a S- 

6—9 a 7 6—16 a 7 6—23 n 7 d— 30 a 7 6—4 m 

6 c— 7 TO 7 6—14 TO 7 6—21 to 7 6—28 to 7 6— 

4/9 a— 8 ; 6 6—1 1 / 9 a— 18 j 9 a— 25 j 9 e 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION :— 
Archer. Emerson, of Albion Works^ Stokft 

Newington, 20^ 4/* 

Ashton, Henry Moses, ComwaU Boai^ 



Lambeth, 16 a 3/ 

— Barnes. IJenry George, of Poplar, i^w 5/^ 

— Beart, John Morley, of Folkstone, 4 a 13 c- 

— Butley, Wm., of Stockton on Tees, 20 ; 4/ 
Blackniore, W. and E., of Warwick Street,. 



Sy 13e 
Blum & Co., of Lime Street,. City, 25 m 

13/ 

Burry Port Smelting Osmpany, 9 to 5 <f 

Butterworth, Alfred, of Manchester, 23 / 

4/* 



Cardwell and Son, of Chvo Mills, Dews- 
bury, \ijSe 

— Cooper, William, of New Bond Street, 30^^ 
m 12 c 

— Dewey, Edw., of Ludgate Hill, 17 a 13 c 
Dilkson, Thomas CiarkO) of Croydon^ 2 ni- 



15 6 



46 



4e 
od 



Donne, William James, of Ludlow, 3 a 1 /" 
Downing, Edw., of Fareham, HantS) 14 j 

I 

Draper and Co., of Tunbridge Wells, 14 /- 

I 

Everest, David, of Tunbridge Wells, 9 to- 



— Gass, Frederick, of Camberwell Road, 13 
TO 5/* 

— (jrecnless, Robt. and Archibald, of Friday 
Street, City, 1 w 13/ 

— Ground, Rev. Joshua, of Caterham Asylum,. 
22 TO 13 r 

" Heffiil, Edw. Thomas, of Lambeth Walk, a» 
m& c 

Hirschfield and Lowe, of the Hop^ and^ 



Malt Exchange, Borough, 16 j 5 c 

Hogg, Robert Foster, of Cannon. Street 



Road, 2 TO 15 6 

— Jonghans, Wsmer, of Addle Street* City,. 
19 m 5^ e 

— Leach, Geo. Edw., and Augustus Fred. 
Loaeh^ of Dals^on, 12 m 5/— 4 ; 16 6^ 

— Leggatt & Co., of Austin Friars^ 11 i 15 b 

— Lutto, Herman, of St. Paul's Churchywd^ 
^m 5 c 

— M'CaT\\\v «iTv^ \^o>NwVcv^,^ w^ c 

I -Sice, avaxVia, ol \iii»sMS^viX.'^^»^'^>^ *" 



Est 



FALMXR^S FITDEX TO " THE TIITES ** NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Ettatee in liquidation (rontinupd). 

Merry, W. and T. R^ of Whitechapel and 

Southampton, 2S a 5 b 
Millar, Wm. SummenriUe, of Sussex Street, 

PimlicOf 1 7 in 4 / 
MUsen, Edw. Moorey, of Birmingham, 1 m 

13/ 
Najlor and Whiting, of Milk Street, E. C, 

9 m 5 c 

Palmer, Joseph, of Brentford, Sj A e 

Pickford, Francis Palmer, of Tunbridge 

Wells, 14 ; 4e 
Pulsford, Son & Co., of Sloane Street, 21 a 

56 

Rainbow and Holberton, of St. Helenas 



Place, 16 / 6 r 
Sach, Wm. & Co., of Cannon Street, 23 ; 

4./ 

— Schofield, Henry, of Wolverhampton, 4 a 
13 c 

Short, Robert Peter, of London Wall, 5 ; 

13 6 

- Stepney, Lt. Col. Sir J. S. Cowell, 17 ro 

10 r 

Sullivan, Daniel Peyton, of Knightrider 

Street, 3 m 4/ 

— Trinder, John Henry, of Great Dover St., 
and Brightonv23>4/ 

Tum^, Everett, of Aldennanbury, 27 a 

13 r 

. — Underwood, Thos., of Royal Road, Kensing- 
ton. 27 a 13/* 

Vassiiopulo azfed Copchili, of Manchester, 

22; 13e 

Western Bank of Se^tland, 3 w 4 <f 

White, Wm, Thompson, of Watling Street, 

12 j 13 c 

Woolf , Samuel Benjamin, of Oki Bond St., 

20 ; 4/ 

Woolstone, Thomas, of Briggate^ Leeds, 2 

Wyatt, Wm. Edw., of Kingsland Road, 23 

Htheridge (Robert) Palseozoit Rocks Under Lon- 
don, 16 m A e 
Ethics of BeUef, a Lecture by Mr. Wace, 10 a 

11 c 

Eton College, Elections, 14 m 13/ 

Fourth ot June at, 5i 10 rf 

European Assurance Society Arbitration, 7 a 5/ 
—9 m 14 6—10 ml b 

Europeans in India. 25 a 12 a 

Evangelical Alliance, 15 m 12 6 

Meeting, 19 m 8 « 

Evans (Rev. Thomas) on the Vicar of Winch- 
combe's Omission in the Burial Service Over a 
Wesley an Lady, 2 m 13 rf 

Ex- Presidents in England, 19; 5 /— 20> 7/ 

Kxcliange, Course of, see every day» paper 

Exchequor Bills, 30 m 7 a 

Execution of the Mormon Bishop Lee, 3 a 3 s 

of Frederick Baker, for Murder, at War- 
wick, 18 a 10/ 

of James Bannister, at Chester Castle, for 

Murder, 3 a 9 6 
nf John Henry Johnioi^ at Leeds^ 4 a dc 



Exhibition of Ship Models, see Shipbcildiho 
Export Returns, 8 m 1 1 d 

Extempore Preaching, 4 n 6/— 5 a 6 /"— 11 all/ 
Extraordinary Crime in New York, 19 a 5 e 

F. 

Factories and Workshops Bill 22 m 1 1 / 
Factors* Amendnent Bill, Note about, 18 in 10 a 
Factory Accidents, Official Return, 6 m 6/ 
Question and the Earl of Shaftesbury, 19 

m 12 6—22 m 7 c— 23 m 6 /*— 24 m 9 /*— 25 m 8 

r— 29 m 8c— 6i8c 
Falkland Islands, Col. D'Arcy's Report, 7 a 12 6 

Island Company, 21 i 7 d 

Falmouth, New Park for, 26 m 12 6 

Farming in Scotland, 1 j 4 e 

Farquhar (Vice Adm.) Vindication of the Rajah 

Brooke, 21 m 4 «— 24 m 8 c 
Farrar (Rev. F. W.) on St. Margaret's Wesminr 

ster, 2 7 10 a 
Fatal Dilemma, 13 j 10 e 
Fauntleroy (Robt.) on Jamaica, 9 a 10 c 
Fawcett (Mrs.) Women of Thackery, Dickens 

and George Eliot, 21 m 6 a 
Fee Stamps, Return of, 21 m 6/ 
Female Guardians of the Poor — St. Pancras, 1 1 

a 11/ 

St. Anne's, Soho, 12 ci 7 e 

Fever Traps, Amid 

Field Lane Institution, Memorial Stone Laid by 

the Earl of Shaftesbury, 14 ; 7 e 
Fielden (Samnel) oo Lord Shaftesbury and the 

Factories' Question, 19 m 12 6— 6i 8 c 
Fiji, State of , 4 a 7 e— 30 all/ 

Suva to be the Future Capital of, 12 m 13 6 

FINE ARTS:— 

Agnew Galleries, Old Bond Street, 24 a 4/ 

Art Congress at Naples,. 5 m 10 a 

Artists' Benevolent Listitutions, 23 a 5/— 

14 m 10 c 
Award of Prizes at the Salon, 22 m 5 •—30 

m b d 
Birmingham Spring Water Colour £xhibi> 

tion of Local Artists, 2 a 7 J 

Chantry Bequest, 7 m 4 e 

Dillon*» Drawings of Japan, 14 m 8 /* 

Exhibition at Naples, 6 a 6 J— 9 a 5 /— 13 

a 8 //— 5 m 10 a 
Grosvemor Gallery, 1 m 10 6 — 10 m 6 6—12 

m 12 c 
Institute of Painters in Water Cok>ttrs 

Exhibition^ \ m A d 
— ^— Loan Collection of Old Wedgwood at 

Phillips's, Oxford Street, 22 m 4/ 
Price Sale List of Mr. Qladdish's Collection 



of Modern Pictures, 26 / 4 /* 

of a Collection of Miniatures and £na> 



mels at Christie's 26/4/ 

of Mr. Knowles's Collection of Water 



Colour Drawings, 22 m 4 e 

of Mr. Lewis's Pictures, Ac, 7 m 10/ 

of Miscellaneous Articles at Christie's, 29 



m 6 c 



- of Mr. Munro's Collection of Turner's 



I 



Drawiu^, I j II 6—6 / 4 e -8i 6/ 



lAc 



Jnnc 80, 1877.] palmbr's index to " TiiB iimes " newspaper. 



Fir 



Fine Arte (continued). 

' Price Sale List of Colonel Towneley's Sale 

of Pictures, 29 m 6 r 
— of Valuable Pictures (Including the 

Portrait of Scott, bj Landseer) Sold at 

Christie's, 11/ 8e 
ReooTerj of the Painting Stolen from the 

Beriin Museum, 5 a 6/ 
Bembrandt's Etchings at the Burlington 

Fine Arte Club, 28 m 10 c— 24 m 8 c 
Bojai Academy Exhibition, 5 m 12 a— 12 

m6d— 22m11« 
Purchases from the Chantry Bequest for, 

7 « 4s— 17 m 7/ 
Sale of the Archnological and (Esthetic 

Fifocte of the King's Arms Hotel, Lancaster, 

16 a 6 c; 
Sale of Baron Albert Grant's Pictures, 24 

a 4 /~.28 « 12 e— 80 a 6 6—1 m 9 /*— 7 m 10 <i 
of the Shandon Collection of Mr. Napier, 

9 a 6/-16 a 6 <f— 18 a 9/— 21 a IB f 

of the Second Portion of the Shandon 



Collection, 22 m 4 e 

Sales, 9 a 6 /— 16 a 6 <f— 24 a 4 /— 7 m 10 

/— 15 m 12 6—22 m 4 « 

Society of Water Colour Pamters, 24 a 4 e 

Suffolk Street Galleries, 17 m 10 c 

Fines on Police Constebles, 28 m 4/ 
Finsbury Arenue, New Church Opened in, 16 i' 

14 6 
Finzell's Sugar Refinery in Bristol, 11 a 12 a 

Dr. Boudney's Account of, 19 a 7/ 

Fire Hydrante, 6 m 11/ 

Proof Flooring, 20 a 4 s— 24 m 11 a 

FIBE8:— 

2«4^— 6a6/— 10o6/— 16a9 /"— 17 a 

12 6—18 a 6/— 20 a 12a— 24 a 10 a— 26 a6e 
— 30 a 7 <^— dm 8 6-4 m 12 a— 7 m 11 /*— 10 
M 6 c— 14 M 8 «— 17 m 11/— 18 m 9 /— 21 m 6 
«— 25 m 7 c— 26 m 12 «— 29 m 11 6—30 m 10 / 
— 2y 13 /•— 257 8 d-29j 10 a— 30 / 13 / 

at the Adelphi Spinning Mills, Glasgow, 27 

a 12 a 

at Amehabad, 250 Houses Burnt, 17 a $ d 

at Arlington Street, IbUngtun, Atkinson's 

SawMill8»4ml2a 

Atlas Clab, Oxford Street, 4 a 6 6 

at Bell's Lucifer Match Factory, Wands- 
worth, 80 m 10 / 

in Bemer's Street, Oxford Street, 17 a 

12 b 

at Boston, N. £., One Person Killed and 



Ten Injured, 9i 7 d 

— at Bragg's Charcoal Biscuit Bakery, Wig- 
more Street, 80 a 7 d 

— in Brett's Buildings, Bishopsgate, 27^ 6 d 

— at Bridgeport, Connecticut, at a Large Hat 
Factory, Tlmrteen ELiUed and many Wounded, 
9j7 d 

— at Bromley, Brown's Saw Mills, 25 j 8 d 

— at Burt's Wharf. Rotherhithe, 14 m 8 c 

— at Bury, St. Edmund':*. Boby's Agricultural 
Instrument Works, 1 1 m 9 / 

— in Canada at Montreal, Sixty Houses 
Destroyed, 81 m 5 / 

— Mt the Cedan, tipper Clapton, 25 ml e 

— Bt CbMnng CroBB He»Uunkntf 23m9 f 



Fires (confinMed). 

at Chatteris, at Godwin's Rug Factory, 2^ 

m 11 h 

in Chester, 30 m 10 /* 

at Clarke's Thread Factory, Paisley, 29 / 

10 e 

in Constontinople, 30 a 5 f—2l m 6 a 

at the Corticine Floor Cloth Factory, 

Chingford, 19; 11 a 

at the Curragh, 13 a 11 a 

at Deptford, the Boys' Home, 15 J 5 e — 1& 

New Town, Poplar Row. 14 m 8 « 



at Dickinson's Tar Distillery, Deptford, 17 

a 12 b 

at Down Court Farm, Doddington, 18 a 6/ 

— — at Edinburgh, Total Destruction of the 

Queen's Theatre, 4 a 6 6 
at £sher " Royal Mills " Kamptulican 

Factory, \2j5f 
Eyschoff, the Little Village of. Destroyed^ 

11 m 5 e 

at Fitch's Timber Yard, Brixton, 24 a 10 a 

at Fohling, Essex, Two Cottages Burnt to 

the Ground, 7i 11/ 

Forest in New England, &c., 18 m 5 d 

of the Furze on Tooting Common, 7 m 11/ 

at Gibraltar, Texas, Destroying the Cotton 

Exchange, Two Banks, &c., 9 j 7 d—\\j 8 a 

in Glasgow, M'Arthur's Saw Mills, 26 « 12 e 

in Goldsmith Row, Hackney Road, 14 m 8 e 

at Govan, a Sail Cloth Factory, 14 m 8 « 

in Great Alie Street, at Hussey's Watch 

Manufactory, 25 j 8 <f— 27^ 6 d 

— at Grosyenor Square, Bates's Coffee House, 
5a6/ 

near Helbom Workhouse, 18 m 9/ 

in the Isle of Dogs, Accident to Capt. 

Shaw, 27 7 6 <f 

at Jassy, 7^ 7 c 

at Kanda Tokio^ Over 1,000 Houses De- 
stroyed, 22 ml d 

at Keighley, Laycock's Timber Yard, 2S 

d 7 /•— 2« m 9 « 

in Kingsland Green, 10 a 6 /* 

in LaT^ider Terrace, Battersea, 28 j 10 b 

—297 10 e 

— at Leicester, Cousins & Co's Hosiers and 
Boot Factors, 3 a 9 / 

at Limehouse, 21 m 6 e 

Causeway, 29; 10 e 

in Liverpool, at Bond Street, 4 a 6 6 

at Upper Stone Street, 26 a 6 e 



— at London Bridge, the Tiger Tea Company's 
Premises, 10 a 6 /* 

— at Marblehead in Massachusetts, 26^ 5 /*— 
21j5e 

— in Mare Street, Hackney, at Mr. Barder's, 
2a46 

— in Metz Cathedral, 8 m 5 <f 

— at MiUwall, Salt's Builder, 20 j 9/ 
at Mount Carmel, 6 ; 5 6 



at Nehan Factory, Glasgow, 29 ; 10 « 

at New Bri!e^«A.^)lL£ft^%^Vb 3 ^ ^ 



'^a. 



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palmer's INDKX to " THE TIMES '* NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Fires (routiuued). 

at the Newport Flour nnd Ilice Mills, 14 

111 H e 

at Notting Hill. Prince's Road. 4 a 6 6 

in Old Street. JSIioreditch, at Jiailoy's Toy 

Factory, 20 a (J e 

in Poplar, at Kirton's Packing Case Factory, 



I 



24 u 10 a 

— in Prince's Street,^ Leicester Square, at 
Jacobus's Shoe Factory, 5 6/" 

in Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, at Taylor 



and Francis's Printing Offices, 80 aid 

— at Regent's Park, Mr. Leslie, Coach Builder, 
21 m G 

— at Ridley's Floor Cloth Factory, 10 m 6 c 
— Il»i9/ 

— at Robert's Scale Factory, Bethnal Green, 
2 / 13/ 

at Robins's, Builders, West Hackney, 26 



ade 

— at St. John's New Brunswick, Half the 
Private Residences Destroyed, and 15.000 
People Homeless, 22 j o d-'I'd J 7 c— 23 7 9 a 
—25 JSa 

Commercial Houses Not Burnt, 25 7 9 c 

List of Streets Destroyed by, 27 j 10 b 

Note about, 25 j 13/ 

Subscriptions for the Sufferers, 23 y 8 a 



—25 j 7 a—2Gj 5 /— 20 / 10 e—27j 5 c— 28 J 
6/— 30; 7 e 

Mansion House Fund. 27 j 12 b 



— at St. John's Villas, Holloway, '.jO a 7 d 

— at St. Louis, the Southern Hotel, 12 a 6 c 

— 13 a od&e—\6 a 5 /— 24 a 10 e— 30 aGe 

— at Sea, an Old Sailor on, 19 a 12 a 
at Siemens' Works, near Charlton- Pier, 11 



a 10 6 

— in South wark Bridge Road, 16 a 9 / 

— at the Staines Linoleum Factory, 2 tn 7 e 

— at Stratford, at Shimwell's Tin JFactory, 18 
a6/ 

— at the Tanjong Pagar Coal Wharf, Burning 
28 Days. 15 / 5 e 

— in Theobalds Road, 16 a 9/ 
at Walkerton, Ontario, Forty Houses Des- 



troyed, 30 w 5 « 

at Westport, Edinburgh. 2 m 7 e 

at Wingate's Shipbuilding Yard, near 

Glasgow, 1 4 m 8 e 

at Woodstock. New Brunswick, 1 9 m 8 a 

Fires in Theatres, Noie^ about, 13^5 e — 5 m 6/ 

Official Examination, 24 a 10 a— 1 m 11/ 

at Hotels, 27 a 4 c 

Prevention of, 23 a7 c 

Smoke Respirators in— an Impromptu One 



—a Wet PiUow Case, 3 m 5 / 
Firms, Changes in, 16 a 7 b — 17 a 6 a — 25 a 11 6 
—29 m 7 6—31 m7 a 

Removals of, 3 m 7 h 

Firth of Froth, Deputation on Defences for, 23 

a6c 
Fish, Return of Bad, Destroyed at Billingsgate, 
A J 5 e — 14 ; 6 c 

Hettirn of^ Destrofcd by the City Company, 

J7a 7e 
:PiBbenea, Cornish Msckerel, 28 m 7/— 4 / 14 b 

JTregli Water, 10 m 7 /f 

34 



Fisheries, Inspectors Report of the Irish, 2 a 9 f 
International Commission at Halifax, 22 » 

7 „_3i ;„ .5 /•— 1^5 e— 16> 7 of- 18; 7 c-19i 

o /_20; 5/— 21>6 6 

Mtickerel, Kinsall, 10 a 8 6 



Pilchard. I m 6/ 

Spring Salmon Season, 22 m 8 6 

State of, 2 « 6 6—7 m 6 c 

Tweed Salmon, 9 a 8 a— 23 a 11 /— 23 « 

4/- 
Fishing with Dynamite, Official Inquiry into, Ij 

11 a 
Fishmongers* Company, Grand Banquet by, 19a 

7« 
FiHher (Joseph) on Untried Prisoners, 5 a 12 a 
Firzmaurice (Ltrd Edmond) at Swindon, 25 n 

7/ 
on New Forest, 25 m 12 a — 7 ; 6 < 

Five Generations, 29 w 4 «— 80 m 9 /— 31 i» 6 

' --ii4/ 
Fleming (George) on the Cattle Plague, 23 a 8 c 

(James) Priest in Absolution, 26 j 7/ 

Floating Powder Barrels, 6 a 10 e 
Floods, Notes on, 3 a 6 </— 4 a 10 e 

in the Provinces, 11 o 12 cf 

Flower (Professor) on Sloths and Ant-Eaters, 12 

>4q 

Markets of Paris, 9 o 6/ 

Food for Game in Richmond Park, 9 o 8 6—12 

rt 10 6 
Forbes (Alex.) on the Great Northern Railway, 

8 ;■ 6 a 
Foreign Office Appointments, 21 a 10 6—28 10 

c— 9 m 10/— 12 m 7 e— 16 »i 8 tr— 20^ 6 /-30 

;12e 
Notices. 30 m 8 c— 9 / 10 a— 13^ 8 c— 16 J 

10 r— 20 ; 6/— 30y 12 e 

Postage. Note on, 3 o 6 c 

Tariff, Lonl Derby on. 12 « 9/ 

and Colonial Government Trust, Annual 



Meeting. 19 m 9 c & </ 
Forest of Ballochfiue, Purchase of, by the Queen, 

25 m 10 d 
Forfeiture Relief Rill, 2 m 12 /* 
Forster (Sir Charles^ at WalsaU, 25 »n 7 / 
Bequest on View at South Kensington 

Museum, 21 m 6 c 
Forsyth (Douglas) Denial of the Ameer of Kash- 

gar Tendering Allei^iance to the Sultan, 9 m 

10 c 
(Wm.)on the Colliery Inundation at Tyne- 

widd Pit, 23 w 12 a 

(— ) Priest in Absolution, 21 j 9/ 



Fortuna Company, 13 « 10 e 

Found Drowned in the Thames the Bodies of a 

Man and Women. 14 / 7 « 
Dead, a Modir^al Student, on the Grass 

near Apsley House. 23 ) 7 f 
Four Latin Fathers. Statues of Removed from 

Bristol Cathedral to East Hesterton Church, 

7a6e 
FRANCE :— 

Acatlemy. M. Sardou Elected, Sj 6 c 

Alf^erian Elections. 10 a o d 

Ap\>et\ ot l^eowwxvX. K.\sX\ciy, ^v^ 'VL^x^'ssi^ 

Kciecled, \ft i V> b 



1877] PALMK«'S INDKX TO ** THE TIMKS " NKWSrAPKK. 



Ira 



yniinued). 

elation for the Improvement of Meand 

sport. First Session, 10 i 7 c 

neo Club at Marseilles Dissolved by 

feet, 21) j 5d 

rd of Prizes at the Salon, 22 m 5 c—oO 

I of Swindlers Convicted. 28 ? 5 e 

sh Charitable Fund, Ball in Aid of, 5 

^t Committee, 13^' 5 c — 14/ 7 c — 15 j 
;7c 

of the Republic, 7 a n e 
nber of Deputies, Proceedinj^s. 4 m 10 
7 c— 19 ; 5 a— 20 ; 5 a 
K:laration of Neutrality to be Issued, 7 

(puties and the President, 12 /5b 
Scene in the Chambers, 18 j 7 a 
ssolution Valid, 20 i 5 a 

3 Marshal's Demand for Dissolution of 
ate, 21j 5 a 

Debate in the Senate, 21/5 a—22j 5 a 
a 

Ceremony of Dissolving, 2f)j 5 d 
nist«rial Crisis, Excitement in, 18 m 

M. Gambetta's Speech on, 18 m 6 e — 

be Prorogued for a Month, 1 7 w 5 /* 

eech of Due Decazes, 19^ 6 a 

agnac (Paul dej Trial of, for Libel, 3 a 

! 5 6—24 a6d 

olic Congress, 5 a 5 b — 7 a 5 d — 9 a 5 d 

tn Carlos at, 9 a 5/ 

wyers for Prosecuting Libels on the 

,7 a 5 d 

!ter*8 Pence Advocated, 9 a 5 <i 

calism and its Opponents, 20 a5 5 

merciai Treaties, 2 a 3/— 5 a 5 c — 10 a 

ul- General, a Prefect and his Secretary 

writh a Knife by Andre, a Discharged 

•, 12 a 5 c 

eille Anniversary, Sj 5 c 

>isi8, 6 I 5 a 

munists, Sentences Commuted, 9 a 5 « 

4 Amnested, 25 j 7 f 

2rdier f Bonnet) Arrest of, ij 7 e 

ialof, 9>7c— 14>7c 

Appeal Affirms the Sentence, 23 ; 7 c 

hs of Medical Men, Victims of Duty, 

-24 abe 

irtmental Councils, Spring Sessions, 

I 

itation from Paris to the London Un- 

nd Railway, 1 in 6 e — 1 m 10 f— 3 mil 

! 6 c 

3matic News, 18 a 5 d — 19 a 5 c — 3 m 

olution and Re-Election, 23 m 5 a— 27 

de Broglie's Circular to the Procureurs- 
ix, 30 7A 5 c 

tions,i a 5 c— 9 fi o i/— 10 a 10 g — 8m 5e 
bitJon Building, the Marshal President 
^6 m 5 a 



France (*'(*rt tinvt-d) . 

Kxi'ort aiui Import Heturns. M m h d 

Fon'if»ii Poiii'V. 2 ii 3 / 

(iun)b('tta. Banquet to, at Amiens, 11 j 7 e 

^^jH'i'ch at. II / 7 c 

French Kesidenis in Switzerland Present 



with a Gold Wateli for his Services to the Ite- 
pubrut. 2!) ;■ 5 d 

Speech at Abbeville, 13 j 5 d 

at the Uoche Anniversary Dinner, 2G 



his Paper to be Prosecuted, 29 j 5 « 

General Society of Prisons, F'irst Meeting, 

8j5c 

and Oermany, IH /f 5 <f— 20 m7 h 

Home for En;ilish Women in Paris, MtHjt- 

ing of the Supporters. &c., 10 a 5 d — 13 a 8 i5» 
Horsfall (Capt.) Medal Presented to, for 



Rescuing a French Crew, 24 a 5 e 
— Horticultural Exhibition, the President at, 
30 m 5 d 

Hyaeinthe (Father) Lectures, 17 a 6 e— 17 



Q 10 (/— 24 ff 5 c 

Import and Export Returns, 17 a C e — 16 j 



7 c 



Irreconcilables of the Chamber of Deputies 



Hold a Meeting at Louis Blanc's, 23 m 5 a 
Minute adopted by, 23 m 5 a 



— and Italy, 25 m 5 6 

— Ladontj (Bp.) Letter to the President, 14 a 

7 d 

— Lecture of Comte Louis de Cassey at 
Angers Roman Catholic Chapel on Sunday 
Observance Forbidden by Government, \\a7 d 

— " Lettres du Pere Ducherne " Seized on the 



Press, 1-3 ; 5 « 

— Lorraine, Proposed to Buy back and Give 

to the Comte de Chambord, I2'a 5 d 

Luneville, Unveiling of the Monument to 



the Victims of the Last War Deferred, 3 a 3 c 

— Lyons. Two Papers Published in, Senten- 
ces on, 30 j 7 c 

— Medical Man Fined for Refusing Evidence, 
U n 7 d 

— Meeting of the Three Presidents of the 
Left, 11 y 7 e 

— Michelet's Monument, 20 m 5 i6 

— Ministerial Crisis, 18 m 5 c— 21 m 5 a— 22 



,rt 5 d—2\ m 5 rf— 25 m 5 a—ioj 6 c 
— Ministry Resign, 17 m 6 c 

New, 17 m 5 e— 18 tn 5 /— 19 m 7 a— 28 

m 5 a— 29 m 5 c— 31 m b c 

and the Vatican, 23 to 5 a 

Manifesto Signed by M. Thiers and 



others Protesting against it, 21 m 5 6 

Foreign Press on the Change, 21 m 5 c 



— Miscellaneous News, 12 a 6 c — 20 ab c 

— Money Market, 24 a 6 c— 25 a 5 d— 27 a 6 
f—30 a 5 e~4 m 5 d— 7 m 5 d—S m b c— 9 m 7 
f— 10 m b 6—14 m 7 /— 15 m b c— 18 m b f— 
23 m b 6—25 m 5 6—26 in 5 a— 30 m 5 rf— 20 j 
56 

— Movements of the Left, 8 j 6 « 



-25 III 5 h—1^ v\l f ^^ 



Pra 



PALMHtt's INDiCX T» ** TBJC TI3IK8 " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 to 



Prance {oontinMil), 

P.aris Fidwcr Murkets, 9 a 6 / 

Ham Fair, y a 6 r 

the P'lyjc Advises the Marshal to do if 

Necessary Without a Chamber, 29 j 5 « 
Postponement of the Exhibition Contra- 



dicte<l. 25 ; 5 a 
— rrefccts. Decree Revoking Fifty-six, 11) m 
lb 

Changes of, 21 m 5 a — 23 m 5 a 



President and the Crisis, 26 mi 7 o 

at Compiegne, 28 m 5 a 

Letter to the Due de Decazes, 1 9 m 7 6 

to Jules Simon, 17 w 5 e 

the Murseiilaibe Prosecuted for Libelling, 



1 j a c 

Message to the Chambers, 19 m 7 a 

Presidential Message to the Senate on 

Dissolying the Chamber of Deputies, 18 ; 7 a 

Parallel with the Crisis of 1849, 26 « 7 a 

Present to the Pope, 19 »i 8 a 

the Reply of M. Simons. 17 m 5 

Victor Emanuel of Italy's Letter to, 26 m 



7 a 



5a 



the Press on the Present Crisis, 24 m 6 « 
Foreign, Detained for Examination, 23 m 



5a 



Prosecutions, 2y 7 c 

Service Raised to a " Direction," 26 m 7 a 

Threatening the Order of the Day, 25 m 



Protestant May Meetings in Paris, 19 a 6 c 

ProTOst-Paradol (M.^ Eldest Daughter of, 

Takes the Veil in Paris, 6 a 5 b 
Public Meetings of Over Twenty Forbidden, 

I7 5c 

Receptions of the President, 2y 7 c 

Reformed Church, Official Policy, 19 a 6 c 

Commission for Settling Differences, 1 m 



6 « — 3 m 5 e — 6 m 7 e 

— Revenue Returns, 17 a 6 « 

Review of Troops at Longchampe, 30 m 5<f 

and Russia, Diplomatic Scene, 17 m 5 / 

Scientific Congress, 9 a 6 d 

Jules Simon Accepts the Editorship of the 

"Echo Universal," 31 m 5 c 

— Sister of Mercy, Prosecution of, for Ill- 
treating her Scholars, 20 a 5 6 

Tariff, New Scheme, 9 m 7 c 

Thiers (MJ Gambetta Proposes as the 

Marshal's Successor, 277 c 

80th Birthday, the Press on, 17 a 5 « 



— Toulouse, Catholic University being Found- 
ed in, 11 a 7 e 

— Treaties of Commerce, 13 a 5 d— 1 m 5 e — 
26 m 7 b—2Sj 7 h 

— Trial of v ictor Moyaux, for Throwing his 
Cmid mto a Well, 15 m 5 c— 16 mbe 

— Tuiieries, Society of Architects Pray for 
the Restoration of, 5 a 5 c 

— Union of Parties in, 11 ; 7 « 

— and the Vatican, 15 m 5 c 

— Yellow Book, 1 in 6 < 
on the Constantinople Conference, 14 m 



5a 

I^nuicJu (Cardinal) on ToJenUion in Turkey, 11 



Fransis (F.) on the Infant Sea IJon, \6m9j 
Eraser (T. R.) Arctic Committee, 25 m 11 6 
Free Chambers, 2A m 6 b 

and Open Churches, 4 a 6 4 

Libraries, \5j if 

Licensing. 14 o 6/ 

Trade in Meat, Discussion on in St. James 

Hall. 10 m 6 e 

in Plate, 29 »i 4 « 

Vintners, Note on the Privileges of, 14 a 6/ 

Notes about, tee Rotal Exchahgk 



Vaults 

Freehold Cottage Dwellings Company, 7 a 11 a 
Freeman (E. A.) Hypothetical Diplomacy, 10 a 

10/ 
Freemasonry — Annual Festival at the Girls' 

School, 11 m 6 « 
Donation to the National Life-Boat Insti- 
tution, 14 a 6/ 

Grand Festival in London, 26 a 10 e 

Installation of Sir Geo. EUiot as Prorincial 

Grand Master of South Wales, 5 all d 
French Archieological Society, 44th Congress, 9 
a 10/ 

Army, from Blaehoo^df IS a 10/ 

Art, 30 a 4 / 

Deputies and French Bishops, 4 m 10 </ 

Embassy, 2 o 7 /— 16 a 9 /— 26 j 11/ 

Hospital and Dispensary, Annual Dinner, 

2711 /• 

Account of, 1 1 y 8 a 

Messageries Maritimes Steam Shipping 

Company, 18 m 10 a 
Freshfleld (Douglas W.) on the Caocatus, 29 m 

e/^'dOmSd—7jSe 
Friend of the Clergy Corporation, 12 a 11 a 
Friends Foreign Missions, Meeting, 31 w 11 / 
Frisby (Alfred) on the Gas BiUs in Parliament, 

10 a 12 d 
Yry (T. U.) and the Hatcham Case, 29 « 9 e 
Fulham, New Officer of Health for, 16 a 9/ 
Fulmer Church, Bucks, Mrs. Dent's New Chan- 
cel, &c. to, Faculty Granted, 29 « 6 e 
Funds, EngUsh, State of, ta every day** paper 
Funeral Reforms, 30 m 10 « 
Fumess Abbey, 21 m 7/ 

G. 

Gaelic Society of London, Centenary Dinner, 9 

7 13 c 
Gallant Rescue by a Militia Man at Malton» 4 / 

7/ 
by Officers of the Swi/Uure, 9 a 10/ 

Game Eggs, Note about, 23 m 8 6 

Gamgee (Professor) on Meat and Stock Imports, 

Um9e—26jllb 
Gardening as an Industry, 24 19 11/ 
Gardner (Rev. T, J. C.) Strange Lodgings of a 

Starling, 3 m 12 a 
Garrison (Lloyd) the Slaves* Friend, Arrival of, 
• in England, 19 7 6/ 
Public Breakfast to by the Anti-SlaTerjr 

Society, 27 > 10 e 
Garrod (Professor) Lecture on Man- like Apes, 

28j6/ 
Garter, iLiu%\i\.» qI^^Bj^-sixisv^'g^^^ ^V^^lia^ 5 
a7/— ^*lmb/ 



•Tiine 30, IS77.] palmer's ixi»ex to thk " times" xewspaper. 



G& 



CAS:- 

Bahia, 1?^ /« 10 o—SO in 7 e 

Bills i;j railijiim-nt. 10 a \2 U 

— — Hoinb.iv. 8 /// 7 e — 2l» .n U 
CumiiuTC'ial. In 11/' 

Georjre Town (British Guiana), 10 m If 

Imperial ('onrineJital. U) m 7 a 

Linicrick United General Company, Vim 12 « 

London, bale 

Malta and Mtditerranean, 13 / (» /' 

Montevideo, 21 w 7 /^— 30 m 7 e 



iNictheroy (Brazil), 1 7 e 

Note about, i) a 7 e 

FhoenLx, 4 c 7 // — 5 ale 

Kio de JaneifX), 7 a 11 y 

Sinfirapore, 18 a 6 

South Metropolitan, a 6 d 

State of Shares in Companies, in every dntfs 

paper 
— Supply to the City, 30 a 4/ 
Surrey Consumers, 4 ti 7 6 



Gauss, Uuveiling the Statue of, at Brunswick, 

2 /n 7 c 
General Life and Fire Assurance Company, 30 

m7 e 
(ieographical Society of Belgium, First General 

fleeting. 10 u 10 a 
German Embassy, IG rt 9 /— 3 m 9/— 30 m 9 e— 

Hill/ 
Protectionists, 24 a 4 rf 

Schools in Goodman's Fields,, Laying the 

Foundation Stone, \'6J€>f 

Socialists, Meeting of, at Gotha, 7 j 10 c 

Society of Benevolenije, Anniversary Festi- 



val. 14 ; 10 a 

Union Telegraph and Trust Company, 12 

m V6 «•— 19 in 9 d 

German V and the French Crisis, 30 //i 8 a 

GEKMANY : - 

Aisac (Gen. d') Royal Order of Prussia 

Conferred on, the First Frenchman Decorated 

Since the War. 26 o b e 

Alsace-Lorraine, the Garrisons in, to be 



Keinforced, 15 m 5 d — 21 m b b — 31 m b d 

Reception of the Emperor in, 3 m 5 e — 25 



(I 



5d 



Tn)ops in. 2 m 7 c 



An^lo-Austro French Alliance, SI m b d 



Appointments. 2 a 4 o 

Army, Recall of Conscripts from Abroad, 

17 o 9y--18a be 

Bismarck (Prince) Birthday, Telegrams 



and Addresses to, on, 2 a 4 a 

Present to, from the King of Italy, 11 



a 



7 e 



Bremen Citizens Address to, and Reply, 
IGabm 
Colossal Statue of, Unveiled at Kesscngen, 



\ tn b e 

and the Emperor, 7 a 5 €—11 a 7 e~12 



a o e 



Herr Von Diest Tried for Libelling, 26 m 
7y_31 m 5 d 

Sentence, 28 m 5 € 

Leaves Office. 2aSd 

Meeting on the Bourse to Consider the 



Germany {mutinued). 

Bismarck (Prince) Notices about, ]7 a b J 

— S m 5 e 

the Press on. Ct a b r & d- \S a n d 

Resignation and Retirement of, 4 « 5 < — 



b a b d & /* 

Retains Office on a Long Lease of Aljeenoo* 



7 o 5 € — 9 a b e 

Rumours about. IG fi 5/ 

the Saturday Review on, 9 a 10 / 

and his Sub:ititutes, \'l a b d & e— 14 a f 



d & e 

the Vatican Resumes Negociations dur- 
ing his Absence. 9 n 5 « 

— Census, Old Catholic, 26 m 7/ 

— Commercial Treaties Signed, 2 a 3 / 

— Court News, 9 a 5 d — 10 a b /^— 21 a 1 r-~ 
12 m 7 d—\ jbd 

Crown Prince, &c. at Kiel) 23 a 5/ 

Celebrates his Sixtieth Anniversary a^ 



Colonel of the Grenadiers, 1 1 ^ 7 « 
Visits the Battlefields Around, 9 m 7 d 



the Emperor at Metz, S m b d 
Royal Marriage, 2 « 3 /" 



— Diplomatic News, 5 a 5 «— 12 a 5 /— 24 a 
5/-— 19/ 5e 

Clianges in the British Embassy^ 11a 7 d 



— Education, New Bill, II j 7/ 

— Elections, a Socialist Returned, H» ; 7 (/ 

— Hamburg, Municipal Dinner Speech of tli'i 
Crown Prince at, 2'6 a bf 

— Iron Duties, iS a b d 

— Dr. Kantecky Released, 19 (t b d 

— Landsturm i. ailed Out. 28 a b r» 
Ledochowski (Cardinal) Sentence ort. fi»r 



High Treason, &c., \\ a 7 d 

Condemned by Default. 28 m b f 

Demanded, by Extradition of Itnh, 17 



abf 



Accorded by Italy, 17 a b f 



Notices about, 24 a b f 



— Lemborg (Bp.) Deposed by the Borlij 
Ecclesiastical Court, 15^5 d 

Moltke (Gen. Von) Speech on P.vs.iU 



A£Fairs. 26 a 5 e 

Effects of, in Paris, 2G a b f 

Speech at a Private Meennji of (wriic rjt 

Offered to the French Press, 8 m o c — 1 1 /« b <{ 

New Loan, 22 ; 5 c 

Parliament — Proceedings in, 24 a b f—'.\K) 



Jiefignation of, 10 a 5 J 



abj 
122 Captains Asked for to Ih? added \o 

the Aniiy, 2b a b d 

Debate on the Eastern Question, 27 a 5 / 

Iron Duties, 24 a \ d 

Works, 30 o 6 /• 

Patent Law Passed, 2 ml c 

liefractory Witnesses Bill, 21 fl 7 ^ 

Resignation of Prince Bismarck, 11 a 7(/ 

— Pastoral of the Bp. of Metz on the Papai 
Jubilee Seized by Governiuent in the Press, 
28 » 5/" 

— Prince Henry Enters tl>e Royal Narv, 3<f 
abf 

— Reform ol TmSSL w^^'tT«axV>\\,\^ tiv v. ^ 

— tStraAbuT^, \\« V*w^T«t viX,^^ m^ <^— *»^ *^^ ^ 
« — 5 w 7 / .^-x 



Ger 



rALMKK*S INDEX TO " TlIK TI3!K8 " XKWSl'ArKK. 



Germany front iniretf). 

Strasbnrg. the Emperor's Answer t«) the 

AdiireBS. 3 m 5 e 

lA-'tter of 1 hank« for tlie Reception he 



Keceived, 12 w 7 e 
Superior Tribunal, Leipsic to be the Seat 

of, 7 41 5 / 
■ Treaties of Commerce to be Delayed until 

German Industry be liMiniied into, 21 /o « 
Germs of Disease, Nou- alxiur, '2 m 13 a 

Profe."*8or T\n(l;ill on. I w 12 a 

Gibb and Son's Mill. Suinton. to Stop Working. 

12 w 18// 
Gibraltar ((\ \V.>on Turkish Misrule, 21 m 10 a 
Gibraltar. ( tl^bralion of Her Majesty's Birthday 

at, 1 1 J 8 cl 

New Chief Justice. 22 m 10 c 

the Ueturning Judge, 22 m 10 c 



News, a a l\f 

Port of. Note about. 2\ a \:\ d 



Gilchrist Trust Prizes, 19 /w 14 n 

Gladstone (Dr.) on Stars and NL-bulse, 16 m 7/ 

(Rt. Hon. W. V,^ Movements of , 3 a 7 e 

Address from his Constituents Approving 

his Cours-e in the Eust<»rn Matter, 4 a 5 e 
on Ceramic Art, 14 m 10 a 



to Contribute »n. Article on the Dyaka 

to tl»e Contr.inporary Review^ Ifi j 7 f 

Correspondence with Mr. Aslibury on 



the Eastern Question. 4 a 8 c 

Deputation of Nonconformists to, on his 



]{eKolution8. 2 m 9 d 

— Dh'n T Pnrties Given l>y, 3 m 10 f 

— on Home llnle. 21 o 7 « 

— Letter to Mr. Broadlmrst on the Labour 
Renresentation League Demonstration, 19 m 
hd 

on Hobart Pasha. 14 w 10 A 

to Mr. Uo ward on his Resolutions, 10m 



6/ 



on ParhMincntnry Reform, 19 w 8 </ 



— Libenjl RaiKpict bv. u; a 9 / 

— and the Libcn<l Parly. 27 / 8 a 

— Meetings «>n hi'' K<*-i>lutions, 2J w 11 a — 4 m 
10/*— 5 m 13 d -1 tn «; d 

jit the Ci y Tcm;»L* in Favour of his Re- 



solutions. 4 'w !<) r 

Mr. Ur-.tflir on ihc l^csohititms. 22 m 9 t 

<if WoriviuK .Mill to Su,.port fns Besolu- 

ti<)M<. ;' III 1 1 " 

Pelifi.m <vf (^^rnbridire Fellows to Support 

the Kc-oluiions of, 14 in 10 h 

— on \U\y\\\ linh.ke, '1\ n \ </— 28 m 8 c 

— S(anc*»ody*s Enir;ipnient8. 4^/7/ 

— Speech at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, 1^ 

10 u 
at the Liberal Association of Birming^ 

ham, 2/ 12 a 

at Mayor's Banquet at Birmiugbam, 2 J 



12 c 



Glasgow University, New Professor, 9 ; 10 c 
Mr. Gladstone Proposed as Lord Rector, 

18a 5/ 
Glol>e Telegraph and Trust Company, 10 a 6 6— 
JJ a 12 /j 
Oo^Mnrd (Rev. G. F.) on n Cunge d* Elirc, 17 « 



Going Home, 19 m 14 «— 21 m lly— 23//i 12 (J 
— 1:'4 //; 1 1 a 

GuMen ()ni)les in Hyde Park, 2 a 9 r/--4 m 6 r 

GoidHniiil \ Mnj'.ir (ien. Sir F. G.) Indo-Persion 
Trade Kouics. 23 a 4 A 

GuKisiiiiih (Oliver) Appeal for the Aged Grand- 
is ciee cf. 19 / 11 a 

Goldsmiihs' Company and their University Ex- 
hibitions. 14 n Vi / 

Gore-Langron (Lady Anne) on the Social Condi- 
tion of Women in India, 20 o l> r 

Gorilla, the Living, about to Visit England, 14 
add 

Governesses of all Work — a Clergyman's Wife's 
Requirements of a Governess, 23/12/ 

Government and Guaranteed Securities Perma- 
nent Trust. 23 m 7 c—'^lj 7 a 

Offlcos, Proposed New, 27.; 8 a 

Stationery, OtHcial Commission to Inquire 

into, 19 w 11./— 22 m 11/ 

Stock Inve.-tment Company, 22 / 10/ 



\ 



Gowan (Capt.) Account of Poli, 11 w 5/ 
Grant (Ex-President) in Enghvnd, 20 m 11 /"— 28 

w9/ 
Banquet to, at the American Elmbassy^ 22 

; 10 d 

at Liverpool, 28 / 5 /*— 29 j 10 d 

in London, 21 ; 6 r 

at Bath, 9j 10 6 

at the Crystal Palace, 12 i 9/— I6y 13/ 



Deputation to Thank him for Recognizing 

the Claims of Mrs. Carroll, 21 ; 6 c 

at the Guildhall of London, 16 ; 13 « 

Invited to Birmingham, 21 i 6 c — 25 / 11 / 

Letter to Mr. Childs Detailing his Receptioii 

in England. 20j5h 

at Manchester, 31 »i G b — 1 j 11 6 

Preparations for in the City of London, 9i 

10 6— 14; 9 c 

at the Reform Club, 19 ; 11 a 

Reception at Liverpool. 29 »i 9/— 30 m 9 / 

United Service Club Give a Ba.iquet to, 26 



JU 

— at Windsor 



Castle and Dines with the 

Queen. 27/9 Z' 
Graxes of a Household — the Bonaparte Family, 

14 a G /• 
Grays Inn, Grand Day at, 9 j 14 b 
Great Britain Mutual Life Assurance Society, 30 

wi 7 e 

Seal. Return of Fees Paid, 8> 6 / 

GREECE :- 

and the Eastern Question, 22 w 10 d 

Antiquarian Discoveries in, 28 m 10 6 

Arrival of War Material in, Vl m 7 d 

Col. Becker in, 20 a 5 a 

Captures a Crew of Pirates and Criminals, 

\0 mbd 

Change of Ministers, 29 w 5 1 — 5 j 5 « 

Coalition Miriistry, 22 ji" 4 a 

Dutch Creditors of, 11 a 5 c 

for the Greeks, 14 ; 5 a 

Meeting of the " Regas *' Club, 11 i 13 a 

Miscelhii i.'ous News, 14 a 7 c^ 

New Miiii.>trv, \j 5 e— 2/ 7 6— 6y 5 d—lj 

7 i 



June 30, 1S77.] i'almkk's index to " tue iihes " newspapbr. 



Hoi 



Greece (continued), 

Princes.^ oi Wales in. see Couht Circclab 

Koyal Birthday Celebration, 2'J.; 5 d 

Send a Not* to Turkey on their Releasing 

Brigandn. 22 mi 5 d 

2) ketch of Canaris, the Nc\r Premier, 22 j 

ib 

and Turkey, 2vS m ne—]\ / 7 d—\Sj 5 b 

Turkey Ileleases Brigand^} to Annoy, 7 w 5 

c— IS tn bf 
Greek Army. 3 f/ 4 « 
Embassy, Banquet on St. George's Day, 7 

Pirates and Patriots, 24 m 6 a 



Green Fruit, State of Trade in, 2 ah a 

Hooni Club. Inaugural Dinner. 2H ; 9/ 

Grenada, Farewell Banquet to Governor Graham, 

and his Kamily, 28 m 7 e 
Greenwich Ub>iervatory, Annurl Ht^port. 4 ? 13 /* 
Gn-gg (Hi*v. Dr.) Secedes iroui the Church of 

England. 23 wi 9./ 
Gresham College, i^ o 7 c 

Lectures, la 10c 

Grey (^Lord) Letttfrs to Mr. Gladstone on his 

Charges against tlie Hnjah Brooke, 21 m 4 </ 
Grocers' Licenses, 2o / 8 /" 
Grotfvenor Gallery, Banquet on Opening, 10 m 6 

6— 12 m 12 c 

House, Grand Ball at, 28 ; 9 /" 

Grove (E. C.) on the (Caucasus. 1/11/ 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, 19 

m 9 a— 7 ; 8 c 
Guilfonl (Lord) Banquet to ns Master of the 

East Kent Foxhounds, 1 j \'l h 
Guildford (J. S.) on Wvercrowdirjg. l^ n Z d 
Guildhall Library, Grant of Mrs. Bunning to, 11 

Splendid Stained Glass Window Presented 

to by Alderman Cotton, 18 a t> «— 3o a 8 a 

Guiland \J. Ker) on the London Water Supply, 
24 a 1 1 /> 

Gunpowder Fraud in Greece, 19 a 9/ 

Guns, ( ost of, 24 m 1 1 h 

Gutter Children, Note abont, 1 j 4 /' 

H. 
Hackney Downs. Mr. De Morgan Uemoves the 

Notice Boards and Fences on. o / 8 h , 

Iladdenhani Church. English Tower to iho Me- I 

mory of the Karl of tlardwiitke. ;^.0 m 9 / j 

Haden (F. ^eynlour) Itembraiuit. Collection, 24 

w 8 r i 

Hadfield (J.) on the Great Eastern Uailway, 8 ; 

6 a I 

Ilaileybury College, Speech and Prize Day at, 28 • 

;9/- 

Scholarship Awards, 1 a^ c \ 

liakim(M. H.)TurkH and Mahomedans, 21 m 10c ; 

on Indian M •iioinedans. :W / k\ o 

Ilalf-a-CeiJtury— From the £chu, 25 wi 10 d 

liaju Fair in Pari:*, ^ a 6 c 

Hamilton (A. H. A.) Ca.su m Point for Silencing 

a Speaker. H» a 4 e 
Hand-in- Hand insurance Society, 27 a 11 /— 12 

m 13 a 
Jhindui Festival »l tJw Crystal Vnlace.see Crystal 

I^ALACJB 



Hankey (Thomson) on the Proposed Amalga> 
mation of the South Eastern and London^ 
Chatham and Dover Railways* 2 a 5 & 

Harcourt (Vernon ") on British Interesta, 19 m S 
c— 16 7 12 6 

(Sir W.) on Art, 14 m 10 c 

Hardwiike (Earl of) Dedication of the Tower of 
Haddenham Church to the Memory of, 30 /» 

Hardy (Gathorne) at the Saddlers* Company, 17 

w 10 a 
Harris (W. W.) Steam Boilers in the Navy, 5 m 
10 a 

I Harrison (Fred.) on the Memorial to Jules 
I iMichclet 25 / 10 A 
j Har» (Robert) on Chinese Loans, 23 m 7 a 
Hawaiian Volcanoes, 3 « 4 «/ 
Hathvrley (Lord) Testimonial from a Sunday 
School to. on his Lordship Resigning Connexion 
Willi it. 1 m ^ f' 
Hawihorn (K. and W.)on H. M. Ship Tourmaline^, 

i 3 </ 8 « 
Hayes (James") on Germs, 2 m 13 a 
Hc^dih. Registrar-General's Weekly Return of,, 
f) n 11 /—ll a 14 a— 27 a 4 /'- -2 m 14 a— 10 
m 12 a— I (J /w 7 c~24 m 11 /~29 m 12 a^30> 
m l/—i\j 1 1 /- 13.; 10 6—27./ 10 b 

of Ireland. Keport, 19 ; 4 d 

of Scotland, Monthly Return, 3 wi 5 /— 24 

m 4 y 

Amendment Bill 24 wi 9/ 

Annual Sunmiary of Births, Deaths and 

Causes of Deaths. 2! a ij d 

Siiiguliir Coincidence— Births and Deatha 

of Two Niighbouring Parishes for ThreO' 
Years Identical, 6 a 5 / — 17 a 12 c 

a Yettr's Return. 4 ii 4 /* 

Heir Wanted. 9 a (j r~lO o* 10 <i 
Henderson ;^ James) on tins Comp.Mnies, 10 a 7 « 
Hend<m, Torpedo Explo-ion. *.e Axaxkur 
Heidey (J. W.) on Kesigning his. Seat, 7 // 9 /* 
Henry (^Miichell) and Mr. Callan, 13 a of 

on Home Rulers, 25 n 12 /*— 8 y W f ' 

Heretonl Liberal A asocial it ju Inaugural Meeting^ 

23 m (» c. 

Hess^, (irand Duke of. Illness of, 67 5 d 

New Duke, 15 / 5 e 

Hicks and Son, on the London Cattle Market. 

2S III 10 / 
Hicks- Bench (Sir M.) Conservative Banquet to,. 

5 // G € 
Highland F^orcat for tlve Queen. 25 m 10 rf 
High Water at London Bri(Jge, ste ecery^ diius^ 

paper after Suit Nfcws 
Hill (Florence Davenport) on Brutal Pastots^ 

24 m \i a 

(Miss Octavia) Lecture on Open. Spaces. 

10/«9/ 
Hind (J.'K.) tn Winriwke's roiuct, 12 » 11 a 

lli&tory Oi Alphabets. Leciare on, 21 7 If 

Hiring Fairs in S( otbmd. 30 m 7 a 
Hoax on a Member of tlu Civil Service, 30 a 4 </ 
Holmrt Pasha on ihe War, 2 in 6 ti— 14 ?u IQ ts 
liobhousvi (^Su A.) \^vvwv\vv«i\» Vvx, viYt \vv^ ^^v^tcw., 

15 ; \0 » 



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PALMERS INDEX TO " TIIK TIME8 NEWSPAI-ER 



[April 1 U 



lU»Hand, Queen of, Illness of. 30 /w 5 e— 2J 7 6 
llollinjfshead's Fire in Theatres, 6 m 6 /' 
lluluis ^^John) State of the Army. '27 j S c 
llome for Asiatics, Annual Meeting, 5 i 7 d 
- — for Deaf and Dumb Children, 23 ; 9 « 

•= Uot<pital Association, Meeting to Establish, 

i) ni 13c 

T Hosi.itals, 26 m 11/ 

-: Rulers Demonstration in Dublin, 2 o 9 c 

^ Butt and Bijrgar (Controversy, 11 ; 6y 
■s and Mr. ParncII, n j 10 e 



and the Government. 14 «< 5 r — 29 m B f 

Meeting to Adjust a Parliamentary Dif- 
ference. 24 rt 10 / 

Notes about, 25 a 13 6—26 a 6/— 24 m 



9/-H.>9/- 

Prop'^sed Convention of Delegates, 12 m 



13 c/ 



)I()me and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 
4/ 9 a 

llomoBopathy. Notes on, 4 j 8./ — 7 / 6 a— 9 / 6 « 

jlope (Beresford) on Canterbury Cathedral, 24 
m 7/ 

T (Lt. Col.) on the Grain Fort Volunteers, 5 

H (id 

ilopkins (Manley) Fiji a New Field for Emigra- 
tion, 24 HI 1 1 f 

-^T— on l^^e TijLJal Wave in tlie Pacific, 6 j 6 /"— 
VA i 4 n 

Jlops, Stat?^of x}^ Market, 9 n 7 e— 16 a 7 6—30 
ii 7 c — 7 m 7 I — 14 "' 9 b — l.i m 1 I 6 — 21 m 7 
0—1^6 iH 6 c— i / 9 c-T-1 1 J 9 </— 16 ; 9 c— 25 J 

9 /— 20 ;H r * 

-. — '- Worcester Market, 19^/10,6 

il^orsfi Show at Manclie^^ter. 5 /w 12 /"— 7 m o f 

■L at the Alcxamha I'alacf. 21 ; 8 */ 

-. at the Agricultural Hall. 17 '« 9 /— 31 »i 5 

/— 4 ; 11) c— 5 ; 10 6—6 ; t> c— 7 / ^ J—b j 10/ 

-I) / 9./- 
^iDrscs. Sale of Clydesdale, 11a 12 d 

»S;»le of Canadian, 24 »t 10 a 

Import of American, for Tramways, 3 wi 1 1 6 

•: Jroni South Anjerica, 26 w 9 c 

^lorfon Church. liei<i oration, 4 / 12 d — 7 j 6 a 
ilospital Saturday Fui d, 11 m 9/ 

:: Meeting about. 9 / 13 e 

Noies about, 12 > 10 t— 13 ; 10 c— IC; 

12 c 
Services and Collections, 18 / 10 « — 19 j 

10 /— 20^ H) //- 21 ; 6 i-l'lj 12 6—23; 10 a 
— i.'«; , VI t— 29 ; 1 1 d—'6() j 7 / 

- — for the Paralyzed and Epileptic, Fancy Fair 
to Aid. Hi m \KUl 

for Incurables, It) //ill/ 



llospiials for the VVell-to-do, Meeting at the 
Mansion House to Establish. 2.s / 10 / 

llosjick (John) the New Police Magistrate^ 7 j 
13 6 

il{»i;j;Iiton (Lord) on ihelncr^jfts^ of the Episco- 
pal e, 31 /// 9 / 

PJUSE OP LORDS I — 

^^-r- Annandale Peerages, 13 j 11 r/— 20j \\h 

- — Bowes and others p. Shand and others, 8 j 

^ ( .tniftbvJl r. HoUins Rnd another^ 2S a 13 a 

-— < Inik I'. A die, 1 m H a 




Houfle of Lords (continued). 

Jones V. Gortlon, 27 ; 11 c 

Lindsay Peerage, 20 ; 1 1 6 

Mowbray Peerage, 13/11 d 

Seagrave Peerage, 13/11 d 

Household Fire and Carriage Accident Insurance- 
Company, 10 (/ 6 d 

Hubbard (J. G.) on Crossed Checks, 27 / 4 « 

Hudleston (K.) Indian and Turkish Mahome- 
dans, 16 j 11 / 

Hudson's Bay Company, 30 m 7 d—l\j 9 6—2; 

7 <I /• 
Hughes (W. H.) on Free Vintners. 18 a 10/ 

(James) on Pottery and Sculpture, 21 m 4/ 

Hugo (Victor) Note to Mr. Tennyson on hi* 

•• Nineteenth Century," 12/116 
Humphreys (M. A.) on the Singular Coincidence 

of Dr. Bond. 6 a 6 « 
Hungaty i — and the Austrian Bodget, 2iy 5 f 

Treasury Heceipts, 9 m 7 d 

Vote for the Paris Exhibition, 21 / 5 e 

Hunt (Ward) Illness of, 28/ 10 6 

Huxley (Professor) on Star Fishes and their 

Allies, 2 / 6/ 
Hyucinihe (Pere") and his Family. 3 a 3 c/ 
Hyde I'ark. Military Band to Play in, 13 / 5/ 

State of Kotten Row, 4 a G/ 

Hydrophobia, Deaths from. 17 u 10 e—SQ a G a 

—7/ 13 /— 21 ; 9 /-27 /8« 
Hypiiiheiieal Diplomacy, 10 a 10/ 

I. 
Iceland, Help for the Poor in, o a Q ti 

Newspaper in, 2(> m 8 / 

Ill-Timed, Birih of a Child with Two Stomachs, 

f) tn 8 e 
IIF-Uscd Proverb, 24 /// 6 e 
illustrious Vi^itl>r. a Living Gorilla, 14 a 5 </ 
Imperial Contirvenial Gas Associiition, 10 m 7 a 

Diary, Extracts from. 27/ 9/ 

Fire Insurance Company, \4 j S d 

Import and Export Returns, 10 ci 6 b — 8 m 

IJ d 
Inarticubite Hero — Washington's Love !^ettcr, 

19 a 10 6 
Income Tax and Much nery Renewals, 16 w 7 r 
— ■ — on Trade."*. 5 a 9 « 
Ina)rporated Churdi Building Society, Annual 

Meetiug. 7 //. lie 
Law Societv, Final Examination for Can- 
didates for ihe K«)U. 14^ 13 /* 
Increase of the Ejiiscopate, A^eeting at HaHfax 

about. 26 //* 12 c 
India Civil Service and Oxford, ^jof—lBj 4 / 

New Industries fojs, 4 <y 7 (t 

INDIA :- 

Afghanistan News, 9 a 5 *— 7 m 5 a — 28 m 

11 6 
the Ameer of Cabul, 16 « o a— 18 o 5 e— 23 

a 5 a — 16 //* 6 e — 22 in 5 a 28 m 1 1 6 — oj 116 

the Porie Sends an Envoy to, 22 m 7 d 

— r- Annexation ot Oude and the North West 

Provinces, 2."» / 7 c 
— r- AppointQients and Resignations, 17 <i 8 <f 
AviTe\^, Cv\pt. Uutler's Survey of, 22 m 5 a 



June 30, 1877.] palmer's imdkx to **" thk timkj* ** NKw«f*AiT.ij. 



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Iiidia (rontinueii), 

Cali:utta Mahoinedans Meet to Evince 

Sympathy witn Turkey, 5 ;' 5 a — 13 ; 5 a 
UiiivcFBity, Lord Lytton's Speech in Con- 

vucHtion, 9 1/ 6 /■ 
Case of Capt. Bartholomew, 22 m 7 t/— 29 

m IC c 
of a Captain and his Drowned Coolie, 13 

j 5 a 
of Mr. Fuller and of Mr. Leeds, 1 4 ni 5 « 

— 18 w 5 a— 22 m 6 a— 22 »w G </— 25 m 10 /— 

28 m 12 r/— 29 m 11 />— 13 ; 5 a 

Ce>lon, Clerical Qunrrel in, 16 m (> « 

Cholera in, 23 a 5 a 

at Tauiia, 5 ; 1 1 /> 

Councilltjrs of the iMupress, 2r> j 7 e 



Courts of Intermediate Appeal. 28 m 5 a 
Decentralization Scheme, 9 m 5 a 
Durbars, 22 m 5 a 



Emigration, 22 w 7 d 

Famine in, 9 o 5 a — \G n 5 a— 23 n 5 a— 27 

a i c — 30 a 5 a — 2 m 5 d — 18 m o a — 22 m it h 

—24 m 12 a -28 m b a— 4 > 5 b—o j b «— 13 ; 

5 a 

Distress from, \0 m 9 f 

Notes about. 3 a 10 a — 7 m 5 «— 23^' 7 f 

Sale of Jewelry from, \Sj7d 

Mr. Phear*s Paper on before the East 

India Association. 12 u 10 a 
and Sun Spots, 7j 5 d 



Finance Bill, 30 u b a 

Frontier News, 23 a 6 o— 1 m 10/ 

Hyderabad News. 23 j 8/ 

Indian Mussulmans and the War, 19 / 5 c/ 

Indigo and the Government, 13 / 5 o 

Irrigation Cess Bill, IS m b a 

Kashgar, News from, 28 m b a 

Khelat Under British Control, 3 « 9 /* 

Khan of, 22 / 5 a 

Knighthood. First Distribution of the New 

Orders Under the Empire, 28 w 5 a 
Miscellaneous News, 7 m b a 



Native Court in, 28 a 4 c 

New Loan, 13 / 5 a 

North West of Afghanistan, 30 ,/ G c 

Pottery Works, at Naigaum, Opening of. 3 

a9 /• 

Hallway Servants Association in, 16 7/1 6 e 

Rangoon, Serious Riot in. 17 ;' 9/ 

Reorganization of the Marine, 23 j 8/ 

Russians at Merv, 3 « 9/ 

South West Monsoon, 5 ; 5 a 

Temple (Sir Richard) in Bombay, 23 a 5 a 

— 7 mb a 

Tiger Fight and Capture near Poba, 1 6 m 6 e 

Viceniy, Movements of, 4 <i 5 d—b / 11 A 

at Lucknow, 17 a 8 <Z— 2 m 10/ 

Indian Civil Service. Deputation fron Scotch 

Universities on their Students being Excluded, 

List of Successful Candidates, 10 w 5 /* 

—29 i« 9 /• 

Finances. 7i 7/* -\?' j i\ h 



Government Securities, State of, tn evtiy 

diiys paper 
- — — Judges and the ExoeutivCj 7 J 5 r — Oj 13 / 



Indian .Tudjre!*. Inde|>enfienco of. 31 /// 10 « —2 / 8 » 

MMlw)niedans, 21 / G /—'2b j 8 e— 30 / G h 

VaivA I'ost. 1 m 9 / 

rreshlencics. 14 / G // 

and Turkish ^.ahonicdans, 12 j 8 d—\uj 10 

6—14 7 9 </— IG; 11 / 

Office Appointments, 30 m 8 c 

Index Expurgatorius, 22 m G d 

Indirect Wnr Lossrs, 2 / 10 a 

Indigo Market, 25 7 " e— 30 7 12 a 

Infant Orphan Asvluni, Distribution of Prizes, 
30 / 13 r 

Jubilee of the Institution. 11 in A f 

Ingratitude, Wiintunly Destroying Lord Stam- 
ford's Gardcnrt. 2G /wile 

Inhuman Parents— Case of Henrico Calo, 12 ne 
12/ 

Injurious Insects. 2G //; 12 /— 31 m 10 d-~7j 14 b 

Inman (Wm.) on tl»e tV/^ 0/ Berlin, 21 3 G c 

Innes (C Rt)se) on the New Chilian Loan, lj6a 

Inopportune Cleanliness. 14 ; 7 c 

Inquests in the City, Inquiry on the Subject, 1 1 
a \l f 

INQUESTS :— 

on D^vid Allen, a Suicide, 6j 10 e 

on John Appieton, who Died in Prison, 20 

a 12 a 

on Peter J. Atkins, who Fell Overboard, 

28 w 11 a 

on Joseph Agland, who Died in the Hospi- 
tal, Sj Qe 

on Anne Balch, a Suicide, 1 m 10 / 

on Mrs. Mary Ball, Found Dead in her 

House, 27 j 10/ 

on Henry Hugh Becket, a Suicide. 27 a 9 // 

on Neles Berg, Stabbed by a Sailor, 30 wt 

10 d 

on James Bird, Killed at the Woking Ac- 
cident. 22 7 10 c 

on Eliz. Bishop, Burnt to Death, 18 a b e 

on Martha Bishop, who Died Suddenly, 14 

j 13 a 

Meeting of St. Pancras Guardians about, 

15;12/> 

on John Bolton, a Lunatic. 19 ; 1 1 a 

on Ellen Mary Bowles, Killed at Straw- 
berry Hill Station, o a 10 / 

on Ann Boy or. Starved to Death. 25 a 11 h 

on Richard Edw. Brock, Suffocated in Bed, 

23 a 6 c 

on Mrs. Susannah Brockly, Killed by 

FalUng Out of Window m her Sleep, 27 a 9 // 

on Thomas Brooke, Murdered on Duty, 2 

j 7 / 

on J. W. George and Alice Browne, Poi- 
soned, 4^8 d—b i 10 c/— 13 / 9 /— 21 / G / 

on Horace Bullock, a Suicide, 1 7 wi 7 / 

on Walter Burke, from Sudden Death 

During a Storm, 10 a 10 d 

on Jacob Hurley, Accidentally Shot at the 

Welsh Harp, Hendon, 23 m 7 e 

on Geor^^e Butcher. Killed by Falling from 



a Ladder at South Kensington Museum, 18 
a b e 

beev\ \»vnsvn\Qv\, \ j \S d— ^n j \^ J ^^^ 



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[April 1 10 



Inquests ('•onfl'ric.l,. 

— o.i .ilrs. v'arur. a Sui<.i;l 

oil H C'ljild. Uverliiiu in 



o, '2^ 



m 1 1 <t 



01 a 



l'«nal Hoat. 10 n lu u 

— oi! ICdward Claridge, Killed on the Grciit 
Nonhoin Kailwa^'. \U (t 10 t/ 

— oil Kate (lark. Killed by a Cnb. 20 n 12 a 

— on Mr«. Elizabeth (larke, Kuri Over in Par- 
liament Street 11 //» 9 /" 

on James W. G. Clarke, Found Dead on a 



Railway, 25 m (J / 
tin Wni. Thos. Clements, Shot in the Street, 

12 m 12 c— 17 M 7/ 

on James Coate. Killed by a Blow, 21 / /' 

on Michael Collins, who Died from Foul 

Air, 30 M 10 r/ 
on Charles Columbine, Killed by the Police, 

11 a y/ 
on Master Oswald Cooke, Killed by the 

Accidental Discluugo of a Gun. 7 a 10 ^ 
on Cooper, an Imbecile, Starved to Death 



in Newport Union, 12 « 10 </ 

on Hannah Louisa .Cornish, Murdered by 



her Insane Father, 21 / 6/ 
— - on William Coxhcad, a Suicide, 5 j \0 d 
on Mary Cimimings, Found Drowned, 1 1 

a 9/ 
on Sarah Dakin, Murdered by her Brother, 

29 w 9 /' 
— on Darby, Hawes and Thrower, Drowned 

in tlie 5fare, 2i jtif 
— on Edw. Dorling, lulled at Wimbledon 

Station, 23 7/1 7 e 
cm Thomas Drake, Shot by his Own Gun, 8 

on John Dring, Killed by a Machine Knife, 

26 m 6/ 
on James Francis Duffey, Killed by a Van 

in Collision, 21 ; G /" 
on W.lliam Dufton, the Celebrated Bilhard 

Player, \/ho Committed Suicide, 2 ; 7 / 
^— on Charles George Dunn, Run Over by a 

Van, 11 a ^/ 
on Timothy Dwyer, Killed at the rhoenix 

Gas Works from an Iron Column Falling on 

him, 8 ;« 11 / 

on E. Dyas, Fleet Surgeon, Found Dead on 



Board the Wurnor, 2i) m (i d 

— on Harriet l)y,^or, a Suicid(^», 21 a 1.'5 f 

— on Bertha Mary i^ades, Burnt to Deiiih, 13 
; 10 e 

on Mary Ann Evans, Found Drowned, 27 



iio/ 

— on Thomas Flood, a Suicide, 30 w 10 e 

— on Charles Fox, who Died from Drinking, 
2 771 12 a 

— on a French Gentleman, Found J)ead in 
his Bed at the Hotel de TUnion, 13 / 10 e 

— on Thos. Fury, a Suicide, 22 ; 12 r 
on a Gentleman, Found Drowned in the 



Thames, 1 7 wi 7 / 

on Miss Jessie Sophia Gould, a Suicide, 

87 Ge 

on Mrs. M. T. Gregory, who Died Suddenly, 

JJa 8a— 23a 6c 
-— - on Stephen Grocott, who Died of Lockjaw 
^0/0 the Viscb&ree of his Gun, 1 ;0c 



Inquests (rontinne.d). 

on Fanny Guyot, a Suicide, 2 ; 7 /" 

on John Gylby, a Suicide, 3 a 10 a 

on John Wm. Hall, a Suicide. 9 »w 12 c 

on Qu:irtennast©r-Sergeant Hammerton, a 

Sui«*:de. 14 / 13 a 

on Mrs. Jane Hardy, Found Mutilated near 



Gower Street Station. 1 //• 10/ 

— on Saml. Hargrave, Killed by a Fall when 
Bird's- Nesting. H / G e 

— on Emma Harnuich, who Died Suddenly 
during a Thunder, torm. 10 a 10 J 

on George Hart and Edw. Da vies. Killed 



by a Boiler Explosion at Gay thorn Mills, 12 

j 10 r 

on Robt. Haseler, a Suicide, 10 a 10 </ 

on Fred. Hayes, Burnt to Death, 30 a G a 

on John H, Herepath, a Suicide, 10 m 9 /* 

on Arthur H. Hill, a Suicide, 27 / 10/ 

on W. J. Hitchinson, Drowned at Notting 

Hill, ID; 11 a 
— on Henry Hocking, Killed while Ascending 

a Mine, 3 a 10 a 
on W. F. HoUroyd and James Ed-ward 

Whitfield, Drowned in the Thames, 19 a 8 6-- 

17 m 1 /' 
on William Heyshe Hughes, Accidentally 

Shot by his Brother, 14^ 10 e 

on Walter Hugo, Found Poisoned in Hyde 



Park, 27> 10/ 

— on Mrs. Hutley, a Suicide, 1 / 6 c 

— on Harriet I vers. Killed from some Tiles 
from a House being Blown on her, *6 m 1 J 

— on Wm. Ives, a Suicide, 18 a 5 « 

— on Henry Jackson, liurnt to Death from a 
Lighted Parafin Lamp being Thrown at him, 
13; 10 e 

— on William Jackson, a Suicide, 1 m 11/ 
on Rachel Jacobs, Starved to Death, 9 m 



12 e 



— on William James. Poisoned, 1 7 n 11 e 

— on Jinks and Jones, Sinkers, Killed by a 
Tub Falling \^w them Down the Shaft, 23 o G c 

on Alexander Joiinson, Suffocated by Swal- 



lowing a Cherry stone. 27 / 10 /" 

— on Henry Jones, Killed at Victoria Park 
Railway Station, 2j m G f 

— on John J ones, Poisoned at Browndown 
Camp, I'J (/ {S \, 

— on Michiiel Henry Kelley, a Suicide, 19 m 8 a 

— on hliza Kenzi, Burnt to Death while 



Intoxicaied, '> m 13 e 

— on John Thomas Kiiby, Killed by Falling 
from Meiix's lirewery, 2 m 12a 

— on Robert Kirkley, Kicked to Death by a 
Hors,e, 27 ; i)J 

Oil John Kynaston, Killed at LiverjKwl 



Railway Sl'iiion, 3! m 5 / 

on Georj^a* Aliiert Langford, Drowned off 



Wandsworth. 8 / <» e 
on Henry Lankesler, who Died in a Work- 
house, 4 /« \'i a 

on Ronnm La^kowski. a Suicide, 17 o 11 « 

on Latham, a Man, Gored to Death by a 

BuW, ViV) m \V) d 

5 j/» \V^ c 



Juue .'50, 1.^77.] pai.mku'o indcx th t(ik •' viM'j^i '* nkwsi'aimji. 



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Inquests (u)utiutietij. 

O.I Uei>. J>vnn, who Died Suddenly, 7 / 1.* c 

oil a Man, Jrouiid in ilie licgcuL & v anal, i.» 

Found Dead Outside tliv; Ko} jU Aqtidriuui, 

2\: Hi If 

'— in St. Martin's rnblic Baths, 2\ u U /* 

Drowned in tlie Ihanies, 1 m U) / 

Unknown, who Dieil ^udJc..Iy, z6j 8 b 

on John Maney, a Suicide, '1 j 1 i 

on Elizabeth Mannington, a Siiicido, 2; 1 / 

on Ueo. Martin, Killed by a i';.U, i'J, j JO c 

on Annie Mason, KiJU'tl bv her llusUand, 

2b>10e 

on yred. Meisler, who Died liavi. ^ Mad 

in a Hospital, 26 m iif 

on Thos. Merriuian, who Died in I'l Ison, '20 



a 12 a 

— on Thos. Merry, Killed at Kilburn Station, 
11 in\)J 

on Ohas. Methold, Found Drowned in the 



Thames, 7 m 11/ 

— on Louis Davis Meyer, a Suicide, 20 a 12 a 

— on Mary Ann Merecroft, Killed by Falling 
Down Stairs, 7 m 1 1 / 

— on Henry Murphy, Found Dead, 8 m 1 1 f 

— on Carohne Nash, from Neglect, 7 « lU 6 

— on Mary Ann Nash, Starved to Death, 7 a 
10 6 



— on Louisa Newson, Killed by a Fall, 8 m 

11/ 

— on W. Newson, a Suicide, Ij e 
on Charles Nicholls, who Died Suddenly, 



25 j 12 d 

— on Mary Ann North, Burnt to Death, 7 m 

11/ 

— on Lucy O'Connor, Said to have Died 
from Injuries from her Husband, I5j9j 

— on Old and liowling, Killed at Combellack 
Mine, 2i j ii f 

— on John Orthwaite and Ruth Ingham, the 
Murderer and his Victim, 21 j (>/ 

on Fred. A. Orton, wlo Died of Starvation 



while Suffering from Scrofula, 14 / 13 a 

— on Eliza Osborne, Murdered by her Para- 
mour, lU a 8 6 

— on Geo. Edw. Guffroy, Killed at Mortlake 
Station, 18 u 5 e 

— on Zachariah Page, a Suicide, 1 7 6 e 

— on James Parkhurst, Killed in a Drunken 
Quarrel, l^j 10 b 

on Florence Pasco, who Died of Malignant 



Small Pox, 20 a 12 a 

— on Elizabeth Patrick, a Suicide, 6 a 10 e 

— on Mrs. Pilkington, Starved to Death, 13 
a 8a 

— on Geo. Porter, Shot by his Father while 
Cleaning his Gmi, 30 a 6 a 

— on Kobt. Potter, a Suicide, in Prison, 6 a 
10 e 

— on Margaret Purcell, who Died from 
Strangulated Hernia, 24 ;/i 7 / 

— on Miss Jessie Pursley, Drowned ofif Chis- 
wick, 27 a 9 6 

— on John Cook Quinion, a Suicide, 8 »i 11 / 
on Mar^ Aim liundy, Burnt to Death, 5 / 



inciviebts 'litntiiincil). 

oil V iKiT.. /.edwood, M lio Died from Desiisu- 

tum, r.t f; v> 
— on ueu. iienrv Kiclianlson. Drowned in the 

Tliames, J2 y IV/ - 
0.1 Ma;sh KoeWuck, Found Murdered, 15 

J i> / 
on Jolui Hogery, who Died Suddenly in ihe 

Street, 24 m 7 / 

on Henry 1 Iios. Kolfe, who Died Suddenly 

in a Kailuay Carriage, 26 in 7 e 

on Jolui Hose, who Died from Drinking, 



24 III 7 ./ 

— on John Saunders, Found Dead in his Bed- 
room, I 7 a 1 1 e 

— oil Wni. Saunders, Found Dead in a Cricket 
Field, Penye, 5 a li 

on Geo &hea, who Died from Running in 



a llace, 18 a 5 e 
— on Ernest Edw. Shearman, Found Drowned, 
23 ml e 

on John Jos. S'bley, who Poisoned himself 



by Misadventure, 25 ; 12 </ 
— on Sarah Silver, Poisoned, 'Idj 8 h 

on John Siuiih, a Suicide, in Prison, 22 ; 



12 c 

— on Philip Smith, a Suicide, Ijde 

— on Serg. Major David Spence, who Died 
Suddenly in the Street, 23 a 6 c 

— on Susan Star, who Died from Fear, 21a 

13/ 

on Alice Ruth Starkey, Murdered by her 



Husband, 18 a 5 /" 
on Mrs. Harriett Staunton, who Died 

Mysteriously at Penge, 11 m 10 c— 12 m Ip / 

—16 m 5 /—Hi m 5 ^—18 m 12 6—21 wi lu d 

—28 m 12 a— 11 ; 13 /-— 27 ; 5/ 
on Miss Stephens, Found Dead in her 

Room, 22; 12 c 

on John Stevens, Burnt 10 Death, 2 m 12 a 

on Martha Stevens, who Died in Prison, 



19^11 a 

on the Sufferers by the Accident at Mor- 



peth Station, 12 a 10 6 

by the Fall of Widcombe Bridge, Bath, 



SHid—'ISjVIc—Sjed 

by the Gas Explosion at Tyldesley 



Colliery. 12 m 12 c— 17 m G e 

by the Inundation at Tynewyd Colliery, 



4 iw 8 c— 5 m 13 «— l(i m 7 /— 17 m (> rf— 19 m 
12 6 

on Jeremiah Sullivan, who Died in Prison, 



26 m 13 6 

— on Mary Sullivan, Found in the Regent's 
Canal Murdered, 8 j 6 c 

— on Thos. Sylven, Knocked Down by a Cab, 
25 m 6/ 

— on Henry Tate, Killed in a Pugilistic En- 
counter in St. John's Street, 28 a 7 / 

on Rev. J. S. Taylor, Killed at Witham 



Station, 22 m 6 /* 
— on Valentine Robt. Taylor, Drowntd off 
Chiswick, 12 th 12 « 

on Patrick TvioVvi^, Y^^'t^ \ii ws. <^\sa5x&s"s>^^ 



JOi/ 



— ou A\iTe(iT^\^T,Nq\io\yv^^^\^^^^^^^^ 



30 tt i\ a 



»i^ 



Willi, WHO iiiftl in iliL" Worklioujjf. 18/ 8 h 
on pHtrick Will.'*, who Fell Over a Parapet 

V lulc Asleep. ;i() (I <) #/ 

on Mrs. Mari^m Winter, Killed hy a Full 

while Intoxicated. 7 "> 11 /' 
on H. H. Wix and J. 1*. Kose, Drowned in 

the Thames, 'Jli m 7 e 

on a W^oin.'in, Found Dniwncd ofif Wapping 



Stair?. 30 a « a 

in Clapham Common 2'» a 11 h 



on,Wm. Wood, Murdered by his Fellow 

Lot l«:er. 26^8 r 

on Thomas Woodhonse. a Suicide, 10 n 10 </ 

on Hannah Eliza VVcvidrow, Drowned in a 

Pail of Water while in a Fit, 2{) m 10 d 

on Thomas Worsfold, a Suicide, 24 m If 

on Thomas Wright, Starved to Death, 9 m 

12e 
on James Young, Murdered at Castlerea, 6 

j 5 d 
Inslay (Rev. W. P.) on St. Katherine's Hospital, 

24 m G h 
Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 1 w 4 rf 
Institution of Civil Engineers, 19 a 8 c — \j \\ d 

—29; 11 U 
Insurance Companies, State of Shares in, see 

every iltiy*x paper 

Frauds, \h j \ f 

lBtem])erance, Lord's Committee on Evidence, 8 

[nter-Municipal Feuds, 11 ; 10 h 

international Archaeological Congress, s€e Ar- 
chaeological 

nternational Exhihition at the Cape, 4 n Ty f 

of Paris. King of Holland Intends Sending 

40,000 TuUps to, 4 a 7 rf 
' — Note about, 13 ct 4 c 



DefalcHi 
tin 

Petition 

o 7/1 l;i/ 
Sol 

Hanquet 

Home 

Mr, 

Ian, 9 a 

Impoi 

Liniei 

9/ 

Lunnt 

Mii«h( 

re I'hi. 

9 / 

Tenan 

Terror 

Valuat 

Ireland, Jud 

Irish ('hurcl 

/-2l j II 

Miss 

Tern 

Disesti 

Synod, 14 

Nation 

Prison! 

Repres 

Tenant 

Univer 

vernment 

m 6 / 
lEON:— 
Mr. Ba 

rosion of, 

■KnpH«1 



ITALY :— 

— Brijandage in, 18 « 0/ 

Arrest of the Broihers Alfonso, 2 a i a 

Arrests, 19 ? 5 e — 25 / 7/ 

Capture of Leone, \ i 7 ci — 8 j 9 f 

the Arms of Leone Presented to the 

King. *^8;7 e 

■ Official Notices against, 16 a 5 e 

in Rome, 5 <i 5 « 

in Siiily, 10 a 10 e— 19 add 



— Budget, 3 a 9 e— 31 m 5 e 

— Church and State in. 19 m 6 </ 

— Clerical Abuses Bill, Duke of Norfolk's 
Protest againat, 4 a 8 a— 9 ml c 

Demonstration at Brussels, 9 j 7 d 



Court Newg, 11 a 7 ^ 

Diplomatic News, 22 m 7 <— 30 ; 7 c 

Elections, 12 ; 6 c 

Fleet, Movements of. 22 m 7 e 

Foreign Affairs and the Eastern Question, 

27a5e 
Funeral of Maffei and the National Flag, 

26 m 7/ 
— Green Book on the Eastern Question, 10 a 

5d&e—23a4/ 
Internationalists at Cerreto, 9 a 6f—13 a 

hd 

Arrests, 11 a 7/ 

Meeting at the Cent-al Republican Club to 

Protest against Clerical Agitation, \ j b d—2 

J7 d 

Signor Bovis Likens the Pope to Nebu- 



chadnerzer, 2 j 7 d 

— Miscellaneous News, 2 a 4 a — 13 a 5 d — 10 
mbf 

— Mr. Monckton and Mr. Rainford Summoned 
for Insultiug the Officers of the Law, \\j 7 f 

— Naples, Briiish Consulate at, 27 j* 6 f 
Easter in, 6 a 6 6 

Fine Arts Exliibition at. Opened by the 



King. 6 a 5 d— 9 a 6/— 13 a 8 6—5 m 10 o— 

22i»7 e 

■ . Lent in, 3 a 10 d 

Royal Visitors at, 2 w 6 </— 24 m\Od 

Water Supply, 24 m 10 </ 



— the Osgervatore Romano and the Prince of 
Wales on Immediate War, 23 ; 7 6 

— Papal Decoration Declined by Marshal 
MacMahon, 20 ; 10 a 

Jubilee — Demonstration in Cork to Cele- 



brate, 30 m 6 a—S ; 9 e 
— Parliament and the War Question, 18 a 6 c 
-—24 aoc 

Clerical Abuses Bill Rejected, 8 m 5 « 



" Pass the Sugar Duty Bill, 28 m 5 / 



— Pope Accused by Jules Simon of Falsity, 7 
m5 e 

Address on the Catholic Press, 20 ; 10 a 

^ to the Croatian Pilgrims, 31 m 5 <^6 / 



5 e 



nj 



•^ to the English Pilgrims to, 11 m 10 d 
of Irish Catholics on the JabUee, 29 m 



to the SaToyard Pilgrims, 2m7 d 



— I — Administers the First Commom'on to the 
J>Avghter of the Duke of Parma, and Son of 
^f J'riDGesa Tfyurv, 22 m 5/ 



Italy (rontimuid). 

Poi)e, Allocution, the Author of, 4 « 5 d 

Audience to the Catht}lic Press of 



the 



World, 11; 7/* 

to the Spanish Pil^^ims, 13 / 6 r 

Audiences, 2 a 3 /— 2 a 4 a— 9 a 5 e — 16 

a 5 f—l m 6/— 7 m 5 e— 18 m 5 f—\9 m 8 a— 
22 m 5 /*— 25 m 6 ^-30 m 5 e—lj 5 t/— 2 j 7 e 
— 12 jo d 

Canadian Pil/yrims, 28 m 10 a 

Catholic Working Men's Clubs of France 

Present a Solid Silver Statuette to, 23 m o e 
Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of 



his Episcopate, 22 m 5 / 

of the Jubilee, 4 / 

and the Conclave, 6 



7 fi- 
ll 



-5 j 6 < 



<r 11 a 

and the Comte de Chambord, 9 o 5 ,/ 

Deputation from the Catholic Union of 

England to, with their Offerings, 30 o 9 /*— 
10 m 6 //— 19 m 7 f 

Donation of the Count and Countess of 

Chambord to, 9 ; 7 d 

English Gift to the Pope, 23 m 9/ 

Episcopal Jubilee of, \2 a9 f 

and the Ex-Empress of the French and 



her Son, 10 a 5 e 

Grants to Christians in the East ^ower 



of Appointing their Patriarchs and Bishops, 9 
ahf 

Health of, 3 a 3 rf— 4 a 6 d— 7 a 5 /"— 12 

a 5 <f— 16 a 5 e— 27 o 12 6—1 m 5 / 

Inspects the Plans of the New MonastiMy 



in Invemesshire, 21 m 5/ 

thd Jubilee Celebration, 29 m\\ a 

King Victor Emanuel Congratulati^s on 



his Jubilee, 30 m 5 e 

Large Portion of the Offerings Remitted 

by, to London, to Provide for Future Needs. 
lySd 

Marshal MacMahon's Present to, 19 w 8 n 

Meetings in England of Sympatliy with, 

16a6/ 

Miscellaneous News about, 5 a 5e— H><i ■'* ^ 

— Capt. Nolan Leaves London as lieprosen- 
tative of Members of the British ParliauK'nt; 
to Present a Jubilee Address to, 19 m lly— 
25 m 5 « 

Paschal Lambs Presented to, 2 « 3/ 

Petition to Marshal MacMahon on tho 

Present Position of, 10 c. he 

Prince Amadeo*s Present to. 7 m 5 t 

Proceeds of the Jubilee Offerirgs. 23 » 7« 

Processions in Honour of, Prohibited in 



Geiman Towns, \\\7 f 

Proposes a Change in the Papal Nnncioa 



Abroad, 6 a 5 (/ 

Receives the Breton Pilgrims, Zmhf 

Reception of the American Pilgrims, 25 



j h t 



of the Austrian Pilgrims, \ j hd 

of the Irish Pilgrims, 8^5 d^X^j 7 e 

of the Lyons Pilgrims, 15 vi 5 </ 

of the Polish Pilgrims, 7 }7 f 

of Scot<iYiYV\\KrvTik%\s5A'Vti^'V f 

m 7 c— 16 m 5 e— *i'i m ^ e— *L\^ m^ «— ^M^a^^'v \ 




Ita 



palmer's INDKX to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO t 



Italy (tontinued), 

Pope Repljr to the Address of the German 

Pilgi-amb. 12 m 8 CI 
^■^— Reported Death oi, 9^5* 

Seven Bishops I'rfconized by, 2', j 5 « 

Three New Caidinuls Creaiied, 2'oj 7 c— 

27 i 5 « 
— Hfiilways and the Government. 6 a 6 d 
Rome, Canadian Pil;;' ims en routs for, with 

Gifts tor the Tope. ^6 a 5 / 

Clergy and \ji\'Uy \*uh. Ofiferings Leave 



Philadelphia f 01. lo Atiend the Jubilee, 30 aba 

Consecration ol the Kew Wesleyan 

Church in, \ f o e 

Deputation of English Pilgrims to, 2 m 



9 (/—5 m ]'6d 

Arrival, 11 



M 



5 rf-llMlOd 



— Diplomatic News, 2 ml d 

— Pilgrims Flocking to, 27 a 5 /— 28 ale 

— Republican Protect Posted Ovei*, 30 m 5 </ 

— Sand Shower Falls on, 2(5 i 6 e 
Terrible Act of Vendatta at, 24 m 5 e 



— Societies for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals Protests against the New Dog Law, 28 j 
7e 

— Southern, Monier Williams's Impressions 
of, liy 5 d 

— Treaty of Commerce with England, 17 a 6 

«&/ 

— Unveiling the Statue of the King, 5 / 5 e 

— Vatican, Miscellaneous News, 22 j 5 c 
against Russia, 2\> m 5 e 

and its Appeal to France and Austria, 8 



81 5 « 

Cardinal Howard Takes Possession of 

hU Titular Church, 24 /i 5 e— 28 a 7 e 

Exposition, 1 8 m 5 f 

Fabulous Rumours about, .I'd j b d 

and the French Criau, 2G m 12 rf— 29 m 



5e 



and Geimany, 29 w 5 e 

and the Caiholi'- Powers, 21 a 7 <f 

Insiiiic(ion% to Nuncios Abroad, 4 w 5 e 

and Madrid. 25 m 5 e 

Meeiingof Carninuls, 27/6 s 

anp iheQuirinal— Uival Demonstrations, 

9 jGrf— 14^'5 c 

— Vesuviuts, Irrupuveness of, 22 /« 7 « 

— Vine Harvest, 22 m 7 e 



Italy and ]iii8>iH, 10 m (>,/' 
Italian Sueia lists, T6 a 4 c 
laonclads, 28 /« 1 1 c 

J. 
Jamaica, Coolie Immigration, 26 aih 

Judicial Kefoims, 'd a \ f 

Miscellaneous News, 80 a 6 d 

— New Governor, 3 a 4 / 

— Notes about, 9 a 10 c 

— Planters and the Labour Market, 9 a 10 c 
—10 a 6 /— 11 a 6 e— 14 o 6/— 16 ale 

— Postal Changes in, 11 a 5 6 
State of, 7 in 11 rf 

— Sugar Crop, 3 a 4 /* 

JAioeB (Sir Henry) At the Hereford Liberal Ab- 
Boci&tiOD, 23m 6c 
Jkpan, Mr, DiUon's Drawing of^ 14 ai 8 /* 



Jcpun Insurrection in, 4 a 6 b — 5 a ♦>/— 13 aid 

— 19 « o c—'M) o b a—Hi u, 9 /•— 28 »/i 4 / 
Ironclad for, Inspection of, at Poplar, 16 a 

11 e 

Launch in, 25 m i f 

New Postage Rate to, 6 m 13 e — 21 w 11 rf 

Projected Maninge of its Envoy at Berlin, 

6 a b d 

War i'Tews, 22 mid 

J;lpane^-e Koyaliies. 16 a 12 a 
Jenner (Bp.) on Written Sermons, 11 a 11 /* 
Jerusalem in 1877, 'Sous about, 8 a 9 a 
Jessal (hir George) at Synagogue Preparatorj 

to hi? Dauffhcer's Maniage, 25 i 8/ 
Jewelry Robbery at Canterbury, 17 a 9/ 
at We.»<tboume Park, Railway Station, 28 o 

be 
Attempted, at Sutton Place, near Guildford, 

25^8 /" 
Jewish Charities, Dinner in Aid of the Funds of, 

bmUd 
Joint Sto-.k Discount Company, 21 m 7 / 
Jones (Col. A. S.) on Sewage, 16 a 6 J 

(i. A.) on the CarJiagena Claims, 4 a 11 < 

(Rev. Henry) on the Conveyance of Pri- 
soners, 'to lit 11/ 
Judge, Aiisauh on, 14 ; 13 c 

and a Bro her, 20 a lie 

Judges Ch:'.niberf=, Note about, 29 »i 11/ 

Proceedings in, 9 m 14 b — 22 m 6 d 

Judicature Act;' Commission, 15 ^n 5 « 

Fee Stamps, 22 ..i II d 

Judicial Rilling, 24 m 11 a 

Jury Suninion!ite.«», Note about, 15 i 4 </ 

Jurymen — Death of an Aged Jtiror while in the 

Box, 30 «< n c— 31 ^w 12 a 
Mr. Avory's Address on the Mode of 

Exemption, 31 w 12 a 

Notes on, 1 ^" 5 e — 2 / 10 a 



\ 



— — Payment of. Proposed, 4 a lly 
Jute, State of Trade in, 5 a 7 /* 

K. 

Kashgar and China, SI m 6 f 

Envoy in London, 19 w 11 /*-— 23 m 9/— 25 

m 5/— 26 m 11^—28 m 9/— 30 m 9/ 
Lecture on, by Capt. Kuropatkine at 

Tashkent, 11 jld 

and the Porte, 20 a 10 a— 27 a 4/— 9 m 10 • 

Kaye (Lt. Gen.) from Cabul to Balkh, 18 > 6/ 

Kemball (Sir Arnold) Sketch of, 25> 6 a 

Kenealy (Dr.) and Mr. Sullivan, 21 a 1/ 

Kensington House, Side of, 24 m 10/ 

Kew Gardens, 2 m 6 c 

Keyser (P. de) on Inter-Mnnicipal Funds, 11 / 

10 6 
Killed on the Railway, Note about, 25 m 7 c 
Kimber ( — ) Lettei lO Government on the Illegal 

Arrests on Plumstead Common, 26 J 10 f 
Kimberley (l^rd) at FidmouUi, 26 m 8/ 
King's College, London, Distribuiion of Priies, 

4y8rf-28 ;76 

New Professor of Surgery, 14 ; 7 / 

KNIGHTHOOD AND BARONETAGE:-. 

Drinkwatei, Wm. L., Kniyht^ Sketch of, 3 

a^ c 



Knighthood and Ba^nei«ge (con.inuedj, 

Gell, Jame?. Kniifht, Sketch of, 2 a 8 c 

Medhnrst, Sir W. Henrj, Knight, Sketch 

of , 2 a 8 c 

Sandford, Col. Herberi., Knight, 28 a 7 /— 



5 m 10 6 
Knightsbridge Barracks. 25 m 6 /— 4 j 7 /*— 6 j 

10 « 

L. 
Lady Guardmns of tlie Poor, 17 a 11 e 

Silk Woikeis, 7 m 4/ 

Lake Nja^s;; Mission, -50 .» 10 c . 
Lamb^Chi:8.)aijd ills Medal for Christ's Hospital, 

21>11/ 
(Charles and Mar}') Discovery of tb?ir 

" Poetry for Children," 16 ; 15 c 
Lambeth Palac e. Dinner to the Episcopal Bench 

at, 16 m 5 /— 17 m 10/ 

Degrees Granted, 22 j 10 c 

Lanca.^'hire Conservative Association — Annual 

Meeting or Conference, 10 a 4 c 
Land in the City of London, Sale of, by the 

Foot, 30a fie 

of Midlin, 14 m 6 /*— 17 m 9 J 

Langdale ^A.) Trafalgar Square to Oxford 

Street, 7 a 12 c 
Launch of the Express English Channel Ship, 

17ei lOe 

of the Dublin Coxtle, at Glasgow, 2 m 7 « 

of the Kon-gOf a Japanese Corvette, at Hull, 

10 a 12 a 

of the Saratoga, in the Delaware, 23 m 5/ 



LAW:— 

Actions in Common Law. see Civil Actions 

in the Superior Courts, see Civil Actions 

Appeal Cases, see House of Lords 

Criminal Cases, see Middlesex Sessions 



— Bankruptcies, see Bankruptcies 
-^ Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruptct 

Court 

— Block in Chancery, 24 m 9 /* 

— Calls to the Bar, 26 a 6 /— 14 j 14 a— 15 

— Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Adhi- 
KALTY Court 

in the Probate Court, see Civil Actions 

before the Provincial Magistrates, see 



Police 

— Cause Lists, 9 a 11 d—\9 m 13 d—2S m 11 
d—2dm 11/ 

— Chancery Causes, 22 m 4 d 

Delays, 25 a 10/ 

Division, 4^' 6 a 

Fees of Taxation in, 22 m 4 / 

— Consistory Court, see Arches, &c. 

— County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 

— Court of the New Judge. 25 m 1 1 c 

— Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases 
Beserved, see Criminal Trials 

— Days of Sittings of the Courts, in toery 
day's paper 

— Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

— Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

— Ecclesiastical Cases, see Arches, &c. Courx 

— Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 
Examjimtjoti of iy^^deots— Award o( CQ^tU 



Scat^s, J if a 11 n 



Law (continued), 

Inns of Court Examinations and List ot 

Past Students, 31 m 7/ 

■ Legal Business of the GoYemment, 8 i 6 /" 

Kecess, \9 m \3 d 

Lord Chief Justice at Bristol, 3 a 7 e 

Mayor's Court Actions, see Civil AoxxoNft 



— New Judge. 27 a 10/— 30 a 9/— 2 m 9/— 
9 w 10./— 16; 7 / 

Lord Justice of Appeal, 27 7 11 6—30- ; 



nf 



Queen's Counsel, 11 a 13 a— 5 m 11 /-<-9 

m 10 / 
Notices of Sittings of the Courts, in tvtry* 

days paper 
Privy Council Proceedings, see Pwtt 

Council 

Scotch Bench and Bar, see Scotch 

Scotch Sequestrations, see Bankruptcis& 

Sittings in Nij-i Prius, 29 m 12 a 

Soliciiorf, AppUcation for Admission as, & 

m 14 c 

Suits in Cliancery, see Civil AoTiONf 

Summer Circuits, 6 j 11 c— 12 ; 12 a— 18. 



;5/ 

— Supreme Court of Judicature Bill, 18 a 11 / 

— Title of the New Judge, 18 a 11 a— 19 a 11 
c— 24 a 1 1 e 

Trials in the Criminal Court, see C«iminau. 



Trials 
Law Association, 21 m i a 
and City Courts Committee, Meeting, 1ft, 

w; IJ / 
Luwford (W,) on Railways of Private Owners, 

5 m a a 
Law rence (F. T.) an the Ei^ecution at Leeds, 4 

a {j c 
Lawson (Sir W.) at Carlisle, 6 a 11 A 
— at Coicheeter on the Permissive Bill, 26L 

ad f 
Legislative Aspects of the Licensing Que8<« 

tion, 1^11 c 
Lay Helpers in London, 21/11 e 
for the Diocese of London, Annual Meeting^ 

13; 10 d 
Lea (Rev, Simcox) on St. Katherine's Hospital^ 

17 m Ge- 2o m 10 o 
•* leaders of Society," 8 j 4/ 
LEADING AEXICLi;S:— 

Afghanistan and the North, 1&^ 11 b 

Alsace-Lorraine, 2 a 7 d 

American Pilgrims at Rome, 2G qi 1 1 4w 

Trade and the War, 30 « 9 c 

Annexation of the Transvaal, 7 m 9. <i^l4 



mUd 

— Anticipated Declaration of War, 24 a 9 & 

— Arctic lilxpediiioi), 19 /// 11 d[ 

— Array Accounts. 5 / 9 » 
Kstimxiioef, 2i'tj 9 r 



— Arrest oi M. Bonnet Duverdi^r^ 5y 9^© 
Sentence on, 9 j J 1 c 



Australia. 11 a 11 4 

Bankers' Clearing House,; 8>v* 10 d 

Belligerents and Neutral3s.30 a 9 6 



I § <^0 a— ^ (V^i U— WtJs^i. 



•iCk 



Xea 



PALMEli's INDE:L TO " THE TIUES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 «• 



Leading Articles (continued). 

Blackheath Highwaymen, 12 ; 9 e 

Bradlaugh Case, 22 J 9 e 

Budget. 13 a 9 c 

Burials Question, 16 a 9 </— 27 a 10 6—17 

m 9 c—16 m 9 e— 19 ; 9 b—2'd ; 11 c— 26 ; 9 e 
—29 /9c 

■- Butt (Mr.) and the "Irish Obstructionists,*' 

2ill e 

the Campaign, 22 m 9 c 

Canal Boate> Bill, 4/ 1 1 c 

Capiral Punihhinent, 14^11 b 

' Caj»e of Cressweli v, Walrond, \6j 11 c 

Cattle Plague, 23 u 9 c— 1 1 m 9 e 

Select Committee on, 3 m 9 d 

Choice of Employments, 27 a 10 e 

('hurch and State, 14 a 12 e 

the Clerical Address, 5 a 9 & 



the City Companies, 12 a 9 d 

' Civil Service and the Universities, 2 m 11 </ 

Clerical Fellowships, 6 .?' 9 df 

• Coleridge (Lord) on Culture, 25 m 9 c 

Commercial Treaties, 24 a 9 (f 

Treaty with France, 13 <( 9 d 

Commotion in Greece, 30 m 9 c 

Conference of Elementary Teachers, 7 a 9 e 

Coubervativc and Liberal Financiers, 25 a 



10 d 



Constantinople and the War, 29 w 9 6 
Convocation, 20 a 9 c 
Co- Opera five Congress, 4 a 9 c 
County Franchise, 18 /// 9 r 
Cii&is in Fi-ance, see Marshal MacMauon 
— in Soutli Africa. 9 « 9 c 



Leading Articles {continued). 

France, 26 w 11 6—28 w 9 o 

and Germany, 18 « 9 r 



- C'ross (Mr.) on the War. 9 w II y 
Crossed Checks Bill, ly / 9 r 



■ Cruelty to Aninials Bill, 4 m 9 c 

■ Cruise of the Corvette Active, 3 a 7 a 

('zar at .Moscow, 7 n, 9 o 

• Dean of the Arches, 4 a 9 rf 

• Death of Cabrera, 29 /w 9 c 

' Debate on the Protot^ol, 14 o 12 6 

Derby's (Lord) Reply to the Russian 

Circular, 7 w 9 c 

Different States of Turkey, 15 m 10 rf 

- — JMplomatic Relations with Mexico, 28 a 11 f 

' X)i8mis8al of M. Jules Simon. 17 w 9 a 

Dissolution of the French Chamber, 2Qj 9 b 

Ducde Broglie and France, 31 m9 a 

- -^ Easter Monday Review, 3 a 7 c 

. Jiaslern Question, 9 a 9 a— 11 a 11 5—12 

a 9 a—ia n 9 fi— 1»? « 9 a— 17 a 9 c— 19 a 9 c 

—20 a 9 5—23 a H a— 1 1 wi 9 5—12 m 11 d— 

Hm 11 6—2; 11 b 
^ Ecclesiastical Endowments in Ceylon, 2 m 

lie 

. Employment .of Convicts, 17 w 7 rf 

..^— England and Russia, 9 ; 11 5— 25/ 11 5 

. Eriglidh Spelling, 1 7 9 d 

^ ^ ICsutexif t^e Late Mf. JPaterson, 28j9d 
^. . Europe and tJse War, 25 m 9 o 
^ — Factory Acts Question, -22 iit .9 5 
^...... FaU in Securities, 1.9 ^ .9 a 

^,. Famine in India, 1 m 9 « 
— -^ /^Vreat St.JoWs New Bi\msiw\t\i, 28; IjL d 
FJof^^g in the Navy, 11 a 11 e 

FoJkfiXoj^ JiitMtd CW^ Ji Mi Xifi 



\ 



Free Trade Struggle in Australia, 2 m 1 1 ^ 
French Academy, 12; 9 d 

— Assembly, 18 i 1 1 «- 18 ? 9 a— 20 j 9 « 

— Commercial Treaty, 27 » 9 /r 

— Constitutional Crisis, 30 m 9 a 

— Ministry and the Vatican, 30; 11 c 

— Senate, 23; 11 6 

the Fuller Case, 31 m 9 

Gas Bills in the House.of Coramons, 7 a 9 r 

General Grant, 23 m 9 c 

— at the GuUdhall, 16/ 11 6 
Reception of, in England. 4; 11 u 



— German Emperor in Alsace-Lorraine, 5 m 
lie/ 

Socialists, 7 » 11 t 

— Germany and France. 28 a 11 c 
and Free Trade, 3 m 9 c 

— Gibraltar, 21 a 12 </— 29 ; 9 c 

— Mr. Gladstone's Resolutions, 1 m 9 a — 5 m 
11 6—7 Ml 9 6— 8 m 10 a 

Debate on, 10 w 9 6—15 m 10 6—16 m*dh 

Division on, 16 »> 9 a 

Visit to Birmingham. 29 11 9 a — 1 ; 9 6 

Government and the Irish Sanday Closing 



Bill, 15; 9 6 

Inspectors, 2 ; 1 1 d 

Legal Business, 11 ; 11 6 



8c 



Great Britain and the United States, 24 m 

Hellenic and Eastern Questions, 24 m 9 6 
Hobart Pa^ha, 21 a 12 6 
Home Rule, 24 o 9 e 

— Debate on, 25 a 10 6 

— and its Supporters, 20 n 9 rf 
Incidence of Taxation, 21 a 12 e 
Increase of the Episcopate, 31 m 9 6 
Indian Budget, 22 ; 9 6 

— Judges, 30; 11 d 
and the Viceroy, 24 m 9 ^ 



9c 



9 a 



the Infltxihle, 18; 11 s— 21 i 9 e 
Inns of Court, 18 a 9 </ 
Interests of Austria, 29 ; 9 a 
the Inundated Mine, 20 a 9 e 
Irish Borough Franchise, 18; 11 c 

— Sunday Closing Bill, 28; 9 c 

— Taxation, 7 ; 1 1 rf 
Ironclads and Gunboats, 30 in 9 cf 

— and Torpedoes, 29 m 9 (f 
Italian Green Book, 11 a 11 c 
Italy and the Vatican, 11 m 9 </ 
Jamaica, 6 a 9 e 
Legislation for Ireland, 25 m 9 5 
Liberal and Conseryative AssQciatMm, 12 ; 

Local Loans, 25 a 10 « 

Lock-Out on the Clyde, 28 to ^ c— 1 ; 9 c 

London in 1876. 16 a % d 

— University, 12 w 12 a 

Lord Lytton in Council, & al b 

Marshal /^acMabon and Jujes Simoo, 18 m 



the Cmis, 10 m 11 a— 21 m 9 a— 22 m 9 9 



Jane 30, 1877.] paluiir's ikdbx to '^ tur times " kswspapkr. 



lig 



Iieading Articles (continued), 

Middle Class Hospitals, 28 ; 9 e 

Militia and the Mutiny Act, 16 a 9 c 

More Ministers for Ireland, iij He 

Mutiny Bills, 17 a 9 « 

Neutral Waters, 5 m 11 e 

Neutrality, 8 m 9 6 

New Bishopric, 18^9 « 

Industries for India, 6 a 9 d 

North-West Frontier of India, I6a9 b 

Opening of Museums on Sundays, 9 j II d 

Oxford Professorships. 23 m 9 « 

Parliament and the Eastern Question, 1 7 m 

Parliamentary Obstructires, 2 a 7 c 
Reporting, 2 1 a 1 2 a~23 a 9 6 



96 



Policy of Coercion, 11 m 9 c 
Politics in the United States, 10m 9 c 
Pope and the Catholic Press, 20 / 9 </ 
and Italy, Sj 9 e 



— Priest in Absolution, 25 j lie 

— the Primate and Dr. Pusey, 25 / 9 <f 

-— Prison Bill, 9 a 9 d—lbj 9 c— 20i 9 rf— 30 
jlle 

— the Protocol, 2 a 7 a— 8 a 7 a—A a 9 6—6 
a 9 a— 7 a 9 a— 17 a 9 a 

— Public Health (Metropolitan) Bill, 19^ 9 e 
Offices and Buildings, 10 a 9 e 

— Queen v, Bradlaugh and another, 22 j 9 « 

— Hallway Accidents 28 a 11 </ 
in 1876, 7 a 9 <f 



Companies Servants* Bill, 15 m 10 s 
Passenger Duty, 20 a 9 ^ 



— Religious Question in France, 9 ml2b 

— Reported Mutiny on Board the AUxandrOf 
5j9d 

— the Revenue, 2 a 7 6—12 a 9 c 

— Ridsdale Judgment, 14> 11 d 

— Roumania and Servia, 18y 9 6 

— Roumanian Independence, 23 m 9 a 

— Karl Russell and the Working Classes, 22 
m9 d 

— Russia and India, 12 y 9 6 
and Turkey, 10 a 9 «— 12 a 9 6—14 a 12 



c— 18 a 9 6—12 w 11/ 

and the Position of Neutrals, 6 i 9 c 



— Russian Passage of the Danube, 27 7 9 6 — 
30> 11 a 

— Salford Election, 20 a 9 c 

— Scotch General Assemblies, 1 1 ;' 11 c 

— Servia, 20 ; 9 b 

— South African Bill, 24 a 9 «— 9 m 12 c 

— Southern Indin, 11 j li d 
Slates, 5 a 9 c 



— Spain, 16 a 9 c 

Spelling Reform, lj9d 

State of the Navy, I m9 d 

Parties in France, \'6j 9 d 

Suez Canal, 7 ; 11 6—157*9 a 

Taxation, 6 a 9 c 

Tenantable Houses, 80 a 9 </ 

— Territorial Waters Jurisdiction Act, 19 rr 9 e 
Thames River (Pr*;vention of Floods Bill, 

21 7 9 6 

"Tichbome" Demonstration, 18 a 9 e 

Tipperuy Election, S m 10 e ' " 

ir— Torpedoes, 10 m 9 e 



Leading Articles (continued). 

Trade lieturns for April, 10 »i 9 

for March, 10 a I) </ 

for May, 9 / 11 e 

in America, 19 a \i d 

in the United States, 18 a 9 e 



Traffic in Livings, 27 j 9 d 

the Transvaal. 5 a 9 d— 21 m 9 6—28 m9 d 

Turkish Circular Despatch. 14 « 12 d 

Turks and Miihomedans, 2 1 w 9 c 

Twycross v. Grant, 4 j W d 

United Greek Church, 16/11 a 

States Territories, 26 m J 1 c 

and Mexico, 31 w 9 c 

Universities Bill, 27 a 10 rf— 1 m 9 c— 4 m 

b— 19 w 11 c— 16/11 e 

— Victoria Dwellings Association, 25/11 d 
Visit of the Paris Municipal Council to 



London, 4 m 9 cf 

— Von Moltke (General) on Armies, 26 a 9 6 

— the War, 25 a 10 a— 26 a 9 a -27 a 10 a— 

28 a 11 6-30 a 9 a— 2 m 11 6—8 m 9 a— 4m9 
a— 5 mil 0—8 m 10 6—9 m 12 a- 10 m 9 a— 
12 m 11 e— 14 m 11 o— 15r« 10 c— 16 m 9 c— 18 
m 9 6—19 m 11 6—24 m 9 a— 26 m 11 a— 28 m 
9 6-20 TO 9 h—lj 9 a— 2i 11 a— 5 / 9 6— 6 / 9 
6—11 / 1 1 a- 15 / 9 c— 21 / 9 a— 22 / 9 c— 23/ 
11 a— 26> 11 0—26 j 9 a— 27 J 9 6— 28 / 9 a— 

29 / 9 6 

on the Danube, 14 jT 11 a 

— a Wasted Wednesday, 2\j 9 d 

— Women's Disabilities Removal BUI, 7jUc 
Wyclifife Commemoration, 13.j9c 



I 



League of Peace and Liberty, Meeting of the 

Congress at Geneva, 12 m 7 d 
Leared (D. Arthur) Ttade of Morocco, 27 a 4 c 
Lee (Rev. R.) and the Charles Lamb Memorial, 

21 j 10/ 
Lefevre (Shaw) on the War Victims in Bosnia, 

18il8c 
Legal Appointments, 26 j 9 f 

Education, Trusts for, 20 a 8 6 

Leicester May Cheese Fair, 11 m 12 a 
Leighton (John) on the Black Sea, 24 m 7 / 

on Soukoum Kale, 21 m 4 / 

Leopard Story, 23 m 8 6 

Lewes, Monument to the Russian Prisoners who 

Died at, 2 TO 12 d 
Lewis ( W, H.) Fu^es at Hotels, 27 a i e 
an Impromptu Smoke Respirators in Fires, 

8 TO 5 / 
Liabilities of Vicars, 1 1 j 5 c 
Liberal Association for Southwark, 26 to 11 f 
Liberation Society, Triennial Conference, 3 to 10 6 
Licensed Victuallers* Asylum, Jubilee Festival, 

8 m 12 a 
Licensing Question, Meeting at Keswick about, 

1 / 11 c 
Lichfield (Bp. of) Objecting to his Clergy At- 
tending the Opening of a Wesleyan Chapel, 

2S m 9 f 
Lic'big, Proposed Statue to, in Munich, 6 a 9/— 

16 TO 5 / 

Kxtract of M.e«A.CiOi«^'Wv'^ ,*LnvVl.c— *L^Ta'^\> 

Life-Boat ^r»\e^», *ia m ^ t 

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PALMRU S INDEX TO ^* THE TIMES NEWSPAPEB. 



[April 1 to 



Liplitinff, Average Meter System of, 25 m 8 h 
Liniier (Luke; on ilie Paris Kxhibirion, ].\ a 4 e 
Lincoln Cathedral. New C'hancelit>r, 19 7 12 /» 
LiiuUay (B. Loyd) on the National Aid Society, 
30 m lOe 

on the Turkish Wounded, 20 / 12 a 

(VV. A.) Vouchers for Ciiudidales, *26 a S c 



Liteniry Encyclopaedia, 2'» m 11 < — 26 m 11 « 

Liverpool Mercantile Murine Service Association, 
7a «c 

Liberal Meeting at Devonshire House, Con- 
tradicted, 21 aV\f 

Mortality in. Annual Report, 11 a 10 c 

Popular Control and Liceiii<ing Reform As- 
sociation. Annual Meeting, 17 m \0 d 

and London and Globe Insurance Com- 
pany, 20j7a 

Livingstone Medical MissionarylMemorial Train- 
ing Institution, Dr. Moffatl Lays the Memo- 
rial Stone at Eidinburgli, 1 1 ^7 S / 

Llandafif, New Dean of, 2 ;« 12 a 

Locusts, Devastations by in Tripoli and Barbary, 
H>7rf 

Loftie (Rev. W. J.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 
22 m 8 0—4 ; 6 e 

London Ai*chdeaconry Visitation, 3 m 10 /*— 9 m 
13 6 

(Bp. of) Movements of. 23 m 9/— 11 ; 8 a 

London Aged Chrii^tiun Society, Annual Meet- 
ing, '/Ai $n \2 b 

Celtic Choir Inaujrural Concert, 1 j 11 d 

Churchwardens and their Presentations, 24 

a 10 6 

City Mission. Annual Meeting, 5 m S f 

Congregational Union, Annual Mci^ting, 4 



a 7/ 

Female Penitentiary, Annual Meeting, 30 

J 13 a 

Financial Association, 7 a 11 a — 10 a 6 d 

Free and Open Church Association, Annual 

Meeting, 24 m 10 6 
Gazette, Fee Stamps, 1 ; 6 r 

— General Porters Benevolent Institution, 



Annual Dinner, G a 5 e 
Homoeopathic Hospital, 



Great Ormond 



Street, Annual Meeting, 28 a G « 

— Institution, Lectures at, 14 /w 10 a 

— Library', Annual Meeting, 2 j 9 r. 
Missionary Society, Annual Meeting, 14 m 



ea 

-^- News a la Paris, 22 w 7 « 

'■ School of Medicine tor Women, 26 / 10 / 

— Society for the Extension of University 
Teaching, Meeting of, 17 w 10 d 

— Steamboat Company, 2 a 6/— 10 a 6 rf 
Temperance Hospital, Public Meeting, 25 



m 11 a 

— University — Barlow Bequest, 24 m 11 6 

Degrees to Women to be Granted, 25 ; 13 /* 

List of Examiners, SO a 7 d 

of Past Examination for Women, 20 j 



10 e 



^0 



- Matriculation Examination, 9 a 10 / 

- New Professor, 22 j 10 c 
' Presentation Dayi 11 m 4 «— 10 wi 10 6 
fVomen to be AdwUtcd to degrees, 10 m \ 



London and Lancashire Life Assurance Company, 

25 u 5 « 

and Paris Hotel Company, 23 7 9 a 

and Provincial Law Assuran'-e Society, 27 

a 11/ 

Marine Insurance Company, 15/10 6 

Long (Rev. Jus.) the Eastern Question in its 

Anglo-Indian Aspect, 18 m 12 c 
Long-lived Family — Lady Fairlie, SOjSd 
Looking at Home— Use of Foreign Armies in 

Improving Home Government, 16 to 9 / 
Lousley (G.) on Workins: Men's Clubs, 23 m 7 rf 
Lord Chancellor's Presentations, Fee Stamps on, 

5 i A r 

-^— Lieutenant New, 9 m 12 « 

Lord's Day Observance Society, Annual Break- 
fast, 14 m 6 a 

Lovell '^ Francis; Sierre Leone, Note about, 29 n 
86 

Lowdell (Edward; on a Case of Long Abstinence, 

26 a 8 c 

Lowe ( — ) Idea of the House of Commons, 9 ; 
13 € 

Lowther (James) on the Eastern Question, 13 a 
10/ 

Lunacy, Incrsase of, o a G h 

Laws, Note about, 2o w 6/ 

Lunatic at Large, at West Drayton, 24 a 10 c 

Policeman, li) m 6/ 

Lunatics, Attendants on, 25 m 5 /* 

Lynn (Dr.) at the Royal Aquarium with his 
Hindoo Juglers, 30 a 4/ 

Lytton (Lord) at AUygurli, Note on, 6 a 8 6 

ProposiU to Place a Portrait of, in Trinity 

Hall, 21 m4/ 

M. 

^laccoll (Malcolm) on the Eastern Question, 2 a 
Af 

on the Ridsdale Judgment, 4; 6/ 

on Tractarianism and Kitualism, 19 m 8 e 

MacLennan (E.) on the British Uniform, 2 d 9 6 

Magniac (Charles) Belligerenti and the Suez 
Canal, 4 m 4 / 

on the Suez Canal, 19 w 6/ 

Madrid Harbour, 14^ 5 e 

Mahomedan Intolerance, 24 m 6 </ 

Mahomedans in Ruifsia, 26 m 8/ 

MAILS: — 

2 a 8 d-3 a 3 f—A a 6 a— 5 a 6 d— 6 a 6 e 

—7 a 6 c— 9 a 6 </— 10 a 8 t—l 1 a 12 e— 12 a 
10 rf— 13 ci 11 6— 160 6 e-ir a 10 d— 18 a 5 
/•— 19 a 5y— 20 a 5 rf— 21 a 7 e— 23 a 6 6—24 
a 10 6—25 a o /— 26 n 7 ?>— 27 a 10 /— 00 a 6 
d— 1 m 6/— 2 in 7 e—3 m 6 /— 4 m 5/-^ m 13 
6—7 m 6 c— 9 m 13«— 10 //16 c— 12 m 12 d— 14 
TO 8 d— 16 TO 10 «— 17 TO 10 A- 18 m 10 /— 19 m 
9/— 21 TO 1 1 r— 22 m 6 /-23 m 7 f—U mh f 
—25 m 7 e-^'l^ ,11 9/— 28 m 7 c— 29 to 10 Z'— 30 
TO 5/— 31 m 6 /"—I / 6 r—2 ; 7/— 4 j 8 «— 6 j 

6 f-6 i 10 /— 7 ;■ 12 f^j 6 «-9 7 10 6—11 ; 
8 d— 12y 6 «-14 ;• 12 e— 15 ; 7 d—\Q j 7/— 18 
;• 8 a— 20y 7 /— 21 j 8 6—22 j 8 6— 23> 9 «-. 
25; 12 c -27; 10/— 2H>7/ 

for Alexandria,' 6 ; 6 /— 30y 13 6 

for Australia and New Zealan(L Hi U « 



30, l^<77.] palmer's index to the *' times " nkwsi>a!»ek. 



Met 



Je*. Zonland, 10 w 1 c 

iueon-lftni], I'-* m VI d 

1^; the Mojst of it — a Speech foi*Mrty Meet- 

, 1 "' 6 / 

Pii iites. Note about, \ i o e 

ous Darnaore in a Millneiir Preston, 4 ct9 e 

ike Apes, Lecture by ^^c.fefi'^o^ Gurrod, 23 
»■ 

lester (Bp. of) on the War, iCtj 10 d 

- on the Religious NeNi'spapei s a? the Bit- 
8 1 Sources of Slander, 5 / i> /' 

lester. New Town Hall a(, 5 a /' 
Chamber of Commerce. Meeting of Lan- 
lire Merchants at, on i^ree Trade, l\ a VI 
m 10 /' 

Pidal Navigation, 10 m 11/ 
nd Liverpool, Meeting on Tidal Naviga- 
, 24 a 10 c 

jrs (Lord John) on the Earl of Shaf te«bury, 
the Factory Acts, 25 w 8 c 
ng (Cardinal; on the Papal Allocution, 2 
f 

n the Jubile<?, ijSf 
on Hou8e, Ball at, by the Lady Mayoress, 

banquet to the Bank Directors, &c., 26 a 

• to the Judges. 21 m 6 e— 7; 12 5 

- to H. M. Ministers. HO J l;J/ 

i'und for the Relief of the Widows and 

bans of the Men Lost in the North Sea, 

:ribution Meeting, 4 ; 6 a 

leception Postponed, 27 a 10 f 

Bishopric, 1 8 w 1 2 6 

te Jetty Extension. 2 m 9 d 

.' fn»nmn»'e Company, 29 j 11 a 

tesiden- c. m Ncay Jersey Invention, 19 m 9 /* 

me Insurance Conipany, 16 i l.i a 

nd '^i>catorial Llxhibition of the Royal 

lai-ium, 5 J 10 a 

mm (Rev. C. W.) on the Burials Bill, 22 j 

e Society, General Cotirl, 2'i o Of 
orough College, Awards of Scholarships, 

11/ 

iges, Announced, 1'^ in 7 d 
dornion. Legal Decision about Divorce, 21 
lb 

LIAGES : —In consequence of the Regis- 
-General having a complete Alphabetical 
of all Marriiig^js in the British Dominions, 
of all Marriages of British subj -cts abroad, 
3h can be inspected at any time at the 
e in Somerset llouse, it is not de< mcd cx- 
ent to insert the minimum Uats as adver- 
l in the Times. 

Loki, Singo, the Japanese Ambassador to 
many, 23 a 5 / 

Jutler, Major Wro. Francis, 12 ; 6 rf 
lugo, Madame Chas. 4 a 5 c 
^i kroy, M., 4 a 5 c 
4acleoil, Reginald, 18 a 10 rf 
j^ortheote, Miss Agnes M. C, 18 a 10 rf 
Ihadcn, Fraulein Von, 23 a 5 /' 
"hompsoa, Miss Elizabeth b'tilherland, 12 



1 



C"h.:iit'ls Registered to CeL-brate. 7 « 6 /*— 

1 1 o S« (—14 a 11 .'—18 u 6 u— 21 u lU /--2,> 
a \) «— 28 a 10 c—'l ui I) T— 16 /w 8 a—'h m 8 
/>-2G hi 10 c—2j 8 f—\Oj 10 c— 2Ui 6 y— 27 
>8 6 

_J_ with a Deceased Wife's Sister, Deputation 
to Government to Legalize in England Colo- 
nial Marriages, 1 j V6f 

Martin (Fred.) on the Comparative Progress of 
Population, 20 a 4 e 

(— ) at Cambridge, ?3 m If 

(A.) on the Bnrial Question, 31 m 5/ 

(Lt. Col.) on Torpedoes, 17 a 12 A 

Martindale.' a Mountidn Cure, in Want ef a 
Pastor, 2.^ m 5 /' 

Marylebone Conservative Union, Anniversary 
Festival, 21.; lOrf 

Muskelyiie and Cooke's Zoe, 14 ; 5 e 

Masonic Orphan School, Dublin, Duke of Con- 
naught Distributes the Prizes at, 19 /« 8 rf 

Matrimonial Advertisements, 16 j 10 d 

Mausoleum for the late Duke of Brunswick, 12 
j 11 6 

May Meeting?', see under each Society 

Model Speech for those who have Nothing 

to Say, 1 m (> / 

M*Allister (J.) on Plumstead Common, 28 w 11 
r/— 29 m 7 c 

M'Calmont & Co., on the Philadelphia and 
I^eadinir Railway, \ j G b 

M Dongall (Bp.) Defence of the Rajah of Sara- 
wak. IH wi 4 e 

M'Neile(Rev. II.) on Dr. Pusey's Letter. 15 ; 9/ 

Mawer (Mrs.; Appeal for the Wounded Rouma- 
nians. 8 j 10 /■ 

Meat. Imjiort Returns, 26 in 8 d 

Price of. Note on, ;i a 9 rf 

and Stock Imjiorts, 14 in 9 e 

Supply, Note about, 26 j II b 

Meehi (J. J.) British Agriculture in 1877, 6 a 
10 d 

on Railway Return Fares, 29 m 10 a 

on the Weather, 20 j 6 e 

Medhurst (Sir W. H.) Tea of China and of 
India, 21 hi 10 c 

Medical Do^'rees for Women, 4 m 12 h — 14 m 9 6 
-25.; 13./- 

Colonial, to be Recognized in England, 

30 »{ 5 e 

Profession and Quacks, 5/11 c 

Relief in the Metropolis, 19 a 10 «— 24 a 

10 c 

Mediterranean during War, 30 a 9/ 

Mellish (Lord Justice) Health of, 12 m 12 r— 26 
m 11 / 

Mendicity Society, Annual Meeting, 19 7« 8/ 

of Dorset, Annual Meeting, 5 a 10 6 

Mercantile Trust Company of New York, 21 a 
13 6 

Mercers* Company, Banquet to the Governors 
of St. Paul's Sjhool 29 ; 8 6 

Merchant Seamen's Orphan Asylum, Jubilee 
Festival, 14 | 10 a 

Metals, Slate ol 'Ii^AfcVci, ^ a1 a— ^ o.'V S 



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let ^fouiinne.d). 

Muiurc'.'il Loun. \ a 1 n — 23 </ 1 1 6 
oiontu Watcrwurks Debentures, 1 a 

' n 

'illinj^ton Loan, 18 o fir- 15 j 10 /; 

ri-on of To (lav's CTo.sin^ Trices of 

(i Last Setllenient Daj''tj. l'{> m 7 a 

nt Market. 3 u: 7 a — 4 m n 

III Daira Boads, 26 a 12 a— 30 a 7 

b 

economist on the State of, 21 m 7 d 

live Bonds. 9 a 7 a—lb j 10 k 

gAge Loan, 14/8 e 

, \ m ^ a — 5 m S b — 5 ./ 11 a 

jrence Stock, 12 a 7 «--43 a 12 a — 

ate Debt. 4 a 7 a 

3 of Gold, 2 a 5 6—11 m 10 a— 18 m 
n 7 b — 25 m 7 a — 1 ; 6 a 

silver to the Ea<it, 9 > 12 c 
8 Reported, 1 ; 6 a 
lalaLoan, 16a7 6— 10m7/>— 18 ; 9a 
Aken to the Bank. 7 a 11 a -18 a 6 
a— 19 m 9 a— 28 m 7 a— 29 w 7 o— 
2 i 6 a— la / 6 a- 14 j 8 </— 18 ; 9 
) a— 23y 9 a— 26 j 11 a--27 j G a— 

1,21 a 13 a 

s of Gold, 2 a 5 f> — 4 a 7 a— 6 a 6 a 
— in a Ua— 11 o 12 a--12 a 7 a— 13 
; a 7 a- 17 a 6 a— 18 a 6 6—19 a 
11 a— 26 a 7a— 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6a— 

4 //I 6 a— 7 III 7 a— 8 m 1 1 rf— 9 w 
w 11 a -16 m 7 a— 18 m 10 a— 21 
; w 7 6—24 w 7 a— 25 w 7 a— 28 
I wi 7 a— 30 m 7 a ^31 m 7 «— 1 ; 
) fi-o j 1 1 a— 7 7 8 a— 12y 6 a— 13 
j 8 (Z— 15 ;■ 10 rt-l6 / 13 a— 19> 10 
(— 2H / 7 a— 29./ 11 a— 30^ 12 a 
America, 11 j 9 a 

Exchanges, 7 a 11 a — 13 a 12 a— 18 

a 6 a— 27 all c— 11 m 10 u— 15 m 

n7 b 

Markets, 14 / 8 c 

Loan, 7 j 8 a 

Tobacco Loan, (> a (jh 

L'u««toins Loan. 7 in 7 b 

ulitiin Consolidated Stock, 25 c 1 1 c 

r w 6 c 

n Debt, 15 /« 11 a 

Harbour Loan, 11 a 12 6 

rovernment Loan, 7 j 8 o — 14 j S d 

)iuh Wales Bonds, 4 / 9 a 

ind Boads. 11 a 12 6—1 m (i a 

i State Kailway Loan^ 6 ji' 6 a 

Bonds, 7./ 8 6 

larket, 2.i a 7 a 

Ivanian State Loan, 3 w 5 e 

m Bonds, 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6 a— 2 wi 12 

ilphian and Reading Bonds, 16 a 7 a 

aese New Loan, 21/7 a— 22 j 10 e— 

Loan, 18 a 6 C--27 J 6 a 
tnd Debentures, 17 mO a — 18 « IQ 



Money Market (nuitiuued), 

Railway Market, 1 7 w 6 6 

Rates for Money Current on the Foreij^ii 

Markets, (y a ^ 6—13 a 10 c—'li) a 10 «— 
27 /I II e— 4 in 6 6—25 m 7 a— 8 / 6 a— 15 / H) 
h—22 3 10/— 29/ li a 

Rio Tirito Bonds. 19 m 9 6— 7 / S 6 

River Plate Affai'S, 10 m 7 « 

Russian Bunds, 30 a 7 a — 10 m 7 <i 

Finance. 2 « 5 A 

Internal Loan, 28y 7 a 

New Loan, 7 w 7 a—2Sj 7 a 

Stocks, 19 w 9 a 

Silver Market, 4 a 7 a — 5 a 7 a — 6 *i o ir — 

7 a 11 a— 11 u 12 a— 13 a 10 a— 14 a 13 c -18 
n 6 6—19 a 6 a -20 a 10 6—21 <i 13 a— 24 a 
11 a— 28 a 12 a— 30 a 7 a— I m 6 a— 2 « 1 2 '« 
—J Wi 7 a— 8 M 1 1 d— 9 w 13 a— 10 m 7 a-- 11 
7n 10 a— 12 in 12 a— 16 m 7 a & 6—17 w 6 a— 
26 m 7 a— 30 m 7 a— 1 / 6 a— Gj 6 a— 12 j i; a 
--13 /6 a— 16/ 13 a 

South Australian Debt, GjCta 

Spanish External Debt, 4 a 7 a 

Budget. 4 /« 6 o — 7 in 7 .» 



— State of the Market, see every dayn pupft 

— Swedish Loan, 2 a 5 c 

— Tasmanian Loan, 15/10 6 

— Tobacco Loan, 23 > 9 a— 25 / 9 /* 

— Treasury Bills, 18^9 a 

— Turkish Loan, 2 a 5 6—18 /« 10 6—25 m 1 
6—9 » 12 d 

Bonds, 25 w 7 a— 20 w 9 a 



— United States Bonds, 13/6 a — 2.1 ? 9 * 

— Venezuelan Bonds, 1 1 o 12 6— 2vS a 12 6 - 
/ 12 e 

— Victoria Loan, 4 / 9 a 
War Influence on the Market, 20 a 10 //- 



i> 



14 w 7 11—21 m 7 a 

Withdrawal of Gold, 2 a 5 6—6 n 6 a— i;l 

a 10 a— 17 o 6 «— 19 a 6 a— 20 a 10 6-23 a 7 
a— 24 a 11 a— 25 a 1 1 a— 26 a 7 a- '17 u W r 
- 28 a 12 a— 30 a 7 a— I m 6 a— 2 ;« li' a—.l 
m 7 a— 4 ;h 6 a— 10 m 7 a— 12 m 13 a— 1 4 w^ .'I 
a— 16 in 7 a— 24 /« 7 a— 26 m 9 a— 7 y « ^< — :> / 
12e— 18/9a— 22^ 10 c 

Mont Cenis Tunnel, Falling in of, a Faisij U^. 
port, 4 a 10 c 

Mbntenegro, Sketch of the PeopK«, Country 
and Chiefs, 23 m 10 a 

Moore (A. E.) on his Treatment in Si>ain, 2 7 a 
4 6 

Morccombe Bay, Eeclamation of Laud at, 27 / 
10/ 

Morgan (Osborne) on tlie Burials Bill, 9 o 12 a 

Aforloy (John) Political Credential*, li a 10 c 

(S.) on the Burials Bill 19 a \i) d 

Mormons— Execution and Dying Scene of Bp, 
Lee, 3 a 3 « 

Morris (Wm.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 4 / 6 o 

Mountain Meadow's Massacre, Bp. Lee's Con- 
fession, 4 a 8 a 

Mozambique and the Transvaal, 25 m 6 6 

Multiplication of Dignities— a, W^U. Bk«x^\.-.«3V 
Par\a\\, \\ o V5 e 

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— of Annie Masun, by her Husband, 27i 9 / 

— of Nielhborg, a Sailor, on Board the Bane, 
by a Fellow Seamen. 2(» m 8 d 

— of Eliza Oshorn, by her Paramour, and At- 
tempted Suicide of the Murderer, 16 a 10 d — 
21 a 12/ 

— of Pickles, a Navvy, at Keigbley, 2 a 4 h 

— of Samuel Plimmer, by his Fa. her, at New- 
port, 10 CI 10 e 

— of the Abp. Quitr, by Poison, in the Sacra- 
mental Wine. 7 m b /—Hi m 9/ 

— of Marsh Hoebuck. at Kirkbridge, 6 7 5 « 

— of Mrs. Rogers, by her Husband, at WoK 
verhampton, 30 j 13 / 

— of Mary Saunders, Letter from Baker, the 
Murderer. 1 u b f 

— of William Saunders, at Pengre. 9 a 7 « 

— of Stack, in a Quarre., at Ballybunion, 9 
o 11 a 

— of Thomas Stevenson, in a Police Cell by 
Another Prisoner. 2 a 4 A 

— of Mary Sullivan, and afterwards Thrown 
into the Regent's ( lanal, 8 j 8 e 

— of Madame de Tourville, by her Hasband, 
in the Tyrol, 1 /« 8 6 

— of Mr. Young, nt (/'astlerea, bj 10 b—lj 7 
/-12.;y/ 

— Attempted of Mr. Samuel Barrett, near 
Kelkerrin. 2G m 1 1 ./—'-'« m 0/ 

of Mr«. ('aiuui, by her Husband, in the 

Strand, 31 m {J e 

of Colon r-Sergt. Chillcott, at Chatham, 



JO III 10 A— IV) //* fs d 

of II. (\it»ke, at Cannock Chase, 23 / 10 c 

of J)oherty, a Policeman, in Donegal, 9 



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Aiusurus (^ — 
on Nazmic 
Mutual Life 
Mycenae, Trei 
Mysterious I 
Beast, 1 

Nailmakers, j 

25 a 12 A 
Nancy, Adve: 

26 7n 7/ 
Napier Harbo 
Nares (Sir G. 

11 e 
Natal Land ai 

—25 m 7 c 
National Agri 

Conference 

18 m 8 a— 1 

Aid Soci 

Letter 

Artillery 

; 10 b 

Balance 

Deputati 

Gallery, 

Window wh 

76a 
Morlai 

to, 20 a 8 ^ 
Industri) 

Princess Tx 
Unive 

Educationa 

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IKDKX TO " THE TIHES N£WSPAl>lftl. 



.ncc League, ADoiverBary Meeting, 

' EEementarrTeaciii^ra, Conference, 

1 10 '■ 

J.) New Postage Stamp, 13 a 10 e 

Iliilik.. 27jGa 
liirj 1 liib. L'H;« 12 c 
I UILITABT INTELLIOEIICE :-- 
itt, the Queen's VUh u>. 3 w 5/— 
m\2c—ym lUe— 10 IB 9y—lU m 

lander in Chief at, 26 m 10 c 
EiiienseB tt, 11 / U /"— U /9/ 
fiaht at, 6 ;■ 10./ — 1:1/10 J 
ler Manoeuvred at, •Jjj 10 L — 27 j 

t in, 20 J lot 

inenis a » 4 b— 4 n 8 '.—6 o 10 t— 
I 10(f— tla9<— 18a(ia— 21 u 10 
1—2.) u a u— 28 o 10 t & c— 3 in 9f 
-Ow 10/— l2iB 7 /—lam 10 0— 
!ti Ht 10 c— 30 n 8 c—2 j 8 /" -9 j 10 
-20> 6/— 23j 10 o— 27 > 8 i— 30 ; 

ccounti, 11 a 10 i 

e War, Anniversary Dinner, II j 

JlUcers ill Foreign Service. 25 a 12 i 
Iden tu Kntist iu the Tuikisli Army, 

a Siege Operations at, 1 1 j 3 & 

-t Augmented. 30 la a n 

Ion (:>ir W.) DeuUnes a Field Mar- 



il Squadron at I'urtsniouth, 23 «i * '' 

■ Soldier*, loj if 

nd V.iiuialo tu be Slei;! Armoured, 
■m a 5/ 

■ Cunniiught rroseuts New Culoun 
lie);iinent. 7 u u 

Ton Gun, 25 hi 10 d— 2C w 13 li 
:on Gun, 5 m 12/— 23 m 6 /*— 25 m 

de Troupe, 4 a 11 c 

ra of llie Uoyal N*vj, 4 n 10/ 

^a%. Motives (or, 7 .i ft 

eCorp*. 10 a 10 t-l'J.i a /— 2-1 a 



rain. Organization of, 3 ma 
ery Fractice. 30 j 6 e 
Fonder liarreli, ^3 a i if — : 



H«vaJ Mid HiliUry IntaltiganM (coafinnaf). 

Good Serviee Penaion Awards. 21 a li f 

Greenwich lloa]-ital Pension, Awards, 21 a 

12 /— 3 IN 5/— 2S )H 10 d 
GunCottun,lD8tructioiuforDreMingCom- 

Gunboats, Mr. Brauej on. 80 mfi/ 

Hand to Hand Kncnanters, 22 »■ 7 a 

H. M. :ihip tbe Anive, 2 o 4 c-3 n 3 < 

•— AUiunJra, Mutiny un Board, ijo ft — & 

J 10/-I1 JM b 

the BtlUrophm. 29 IB 6 J 

the liuxtT. Atcideni lo, 17 n 12 o 

the Buffalo, 'I'riiil Trip, 3 a 3 « 

Ilie EuiArala, 16 ni 10 a 

the ho-na. at Brazil. IT a 12 o 

Inquiry into the Cunduct of Capt. 

Hume on Uu^rd, ^5 m 10 c 

the /«. o.n(«n(, 1 1 « 10 / 

th^ h,Ji-xil,U, 18j5c— 19/ 10<— 20j 10 

c— 21 ) 8 r—a jSr &/—2&J 6 b—iHJ 8 6 

the ilu.ol:ur. 7 i« 6 e 

the Ofontei, Successful Trial I'rlp, 18 / C 

t—mj 10 !> 
the Chief and Senior Engineer Seriousljr 

InjurKct, 17 u 12 u 

the Rieorrh. 28 ; 8/ 

the SitbrU;, Gunboat, Trial of, 22 w 7 t 

the Sliah, at the liiver Plate, lii a tij 

the HvHooa, G J i e 



~ the Thtlu, Aw. 


dent on 


Board, 


10 Q lOc- 




17 a U 




ea— 3W* 


/— as in 10 c 








Heiief Fund 


r, / 10/ 






Trial Triii. 1 




11 i 10 




the Tuwiuaiini, 


7u6* 


-13 m 


a-U a 



the t'alo. Accident lo, 20 " S f-21 • 

Hubsrt Paeha (Adni.) Ke-enstated ii 



hi* 



Infantry Hctn^e's, 23 a 12 b 

Ironclad*. IG « 8 c 

Krupp Uuns, 7 m 1/ 

Leiiiengen (Prince) Testimonial to tho' 

Frincese in llwiuur uf tlie f riiwe by ihe lloyab 

Yaclilsiuon. f> in 13 c 
Levee of the CununiindEr- in- Chief, 18 j Kh 

(f— 20 j 10 b 

Light t. Torpedoes. &iif—l3.j 10 i 

Miijor of Artillery in liidin, SUj 7 e 

Manser Hifte, 11 j 7/ 

Mediterranean iSqnadroiL 7 a 5 f—l»Muf,' 

—21 i«Gq— 28w lOii— 2»«iSr— 27j 10 « 

Military Orjcaiiizaiiiin, 4 u I! y^ l<i. a 4 if 

Hlores. 21 u 8 ii 

Militia, fi n 10 ' 

MiscelkaiiHiit News. 17 4 l2<t~2«m6A 

Modern War Fh-ets, lAi^tute Wj S , ~Sksa'» 

KusseU oil, \1 j \-i f— \-.\ i \vi A 
Miiyeiwynl* olTT<jnY»,'l>*''>« 

NiiviiV ¥.i\ui;o.v\«n, \ in ^ ,f -, f .- ' 



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PALMER 8 INDEX TO " THK TIME* KEW8l*AFKJB* 



[April 1 H 



Naval and Military Intelligence (rontinvnl). 
Naval ('adctshipSjList of Successful Candi- 
dates, ao 7 14 a 

Kngineers, 13 a 4 /*- 22 7/1 7 h — 14^ 5/ 

l*iize Money Distribution, 20 m 10 c 



New Field Marshals. 4; VI e 

— Foru)rttion for Attack, 25 m 10 a 

— Military tleaddresses, 7 j b b 

— Order on Discharged Prisoners, 26 m 8 e 
TofiKJdo Boat, Prince of Wales Visits, 25 



m 10 r 

Officers of the Day, 1 7 4 /* 

Otbcial Inquiry into the Deaths by Drown- 
ing of Four of tlie ('rew of tho xVeM?ca»l/c, at 
iiong Kong, li) m 8 </— 22 m 7 b 

Oniers, 2*2 tn 7 b • 

Our Military Position, 4 »;i G e 

Oxford Military College, Award of Scholar- 



shii)S, 2r> a a ;' 

M r. Hardy Lays the Foundation Stone 

of a School lor, 2G jH b 

— Plnnnitead Common as an Exercise Ground, 
25 ju 10 r 

— Poriable Batteries, 25 w 8 /> 

-- Powder, 1,000 Barrels Withdrawn irom 



Purrtett for the Me<!iterranean, 23 m Gy 

— Projiciilvd and i'bitcs. 2'.» tn 4 /' 

— Promotums, 4 « 8 h—H K 10 e—7 « fi /*— 11 
a y «— l;s ,/ t; «— 21 a 10 < — 25 n i> n— V8 a \() 
r~li m U >~5 tu 10 />— y tn 10 ./— 12 m 7 / — HI 
;.., s „^\\j m 10 t/— 23 « ^ o —"id m 10 r— 3^) ;;i 
.s /•— 2 ; 8 /~y / 10 r/ — i;j; 8 ( — 20 ,/ i) J'—To j 
h» ii~~ \i7 :) 8 /,'— :iu / 12 e 

Conseqiien on H. M. Birthday, 2 j 10 o 



Until 'lu^|K•<ioe^. L't) / 5 /" 

I'aniie-Fii.diT?* of C'sn-t. Watkin, 14 a 5 /— 

J 7 n 4 /— 2lf /// 7 '' 

!ind ilie (ieiiiiui Army. 12 / 5 r 

i»'«i;injen:al Bu-ims jts Traveiliiv^ Mijisirelsj. 

5 </ 8 (/ 

Notes about, 6 <t 8 r — 11 a C» e 

ai w* Gc 



Dinners. 2G /// 8 e 
Locjilizatiun, !9 </ 11 / 



Sailors, 2 ;// 11 /— li^m 1 W 



Heliied hist. 14 r/ 11 /— 25 n H «— 2 w 9 /" 

1 i) ;/< 8 « — U> //> 10 n—'S.) /« 8 . - 2 / 8 /— G 7 8 
/,_ia ; ,s r— IG; 10 «; 

• Bitlc Ciivalrv. 27 ; 4 r 

Koy.-il Artillery Iiisfitution. Award of An- 

uui.\ U(.ld McdaC 11 7 8 A 

Ke-orgnnization Scheme, i) a 10 e 

Engineer!*. Annual Dinner, 2' m 6 U 

Nav;»l Cadets. 7 / 1 1 / 

College, C 'I 5 /' 



Uuss^ian ()ffia*r Not Allowed to See the 

Turret (iuns. ^v.. 13 / 10 U 

SJiii/i and tin? Iludsmr. 12 / 5 //— 25 7' 6 d 

Shells and Unarmed Ships, Experiments at 

Portsmouth. 9 a 1(» e 

— — Ship News, 2 r/ 4 f>~Q a 'A e—i n G h—Tt a 
Gr— 'J a 10</— laa 11 a— IG a G / — 17 fl 12 a 
__;4 a 10 a—m n G n^o m 5 /'— 7 m 5 r— 11 
Pi 10 /:-lGw l(»r/— 17 m 10 €—11) m8 rf— 23 m 
^ /•— 25 /w 10 c— 2G m 8 ^— 28 /f» 10 t/— 5 7 10 /' 
^0\/ r,^—IO / Og-^l I J K/t^'7] } 10r~25 / 12/ 

>Jins'ei JnextinguhbvMt^ Li'i^hi lorTorpcvlv)i», 

Ji^y JO (/ 



\ 



l^'aval and Military lutelligonce (coniinued). 
Sketches and Keporis, Examinations and 

Report. 1178^ 

Soldiers' Families in India. 1 wi 4 e 

State of the Army, 27 j 8 r 

Steering Gear, Trial of, at Portsmouth. 16 

m 10 a 

Submarine Warfare, 14 >w 9/ 

Testhig of hollers. New Order, 2\ rn G d 

Thirty -eight Ton Gun Suntc off GraTesend, 



21 in G d 

— Torpedo Class at Portsmouth, 10 a 10 r 

Experiments at Portsmouth, 28 mi 10 r— 



GilOe 

Practice, 25 iw 8 a 

Range at Woolwich, 20 «; G c/ 



— Torpedoes, Notes ou, 17 « 12 A—IT m 6y— 
20 j 12 d 

— Tr(X)p Boat. New Pattern on Trial, 21 iw «</ 

— llchatius Gun. 25 m 7 e 

— War Office and the Duke of Cambridge, IG 
a G /— 18 a 10 a 

Inquiry into, 26 / 4 /* 

Notices. IG m 10 a— 23 m (> / 

and Royal Warrants, \ j S d 

Sbips and Torpedoes, Mr. Reetl'i Paper 



on, 20 n 4 / 

Vessels, Orders to Complete all on Stocks. 



28a lot' 

Wiiolwich Arsenal. New Smithy, 22 w 7 6 

S«.>cieiy of Engineers Vij^it. 25 jf 13y 

New Torpedo lljinge, 11 / 8 6 

Steel 1 ails from, to tlie Marshes. 20 m 6 d 



— Yeomen of the Guards, Annual Inspection, 
20 / /• 

Yeomnnrv, 21 w G d 



Nnylarid Burglary — Presentation to Mr.Stannard 

for hi* Courage ^c. in I'rosecuting the Bur- 

glirs. 11 t! 10 <: 
Nee(ileAo:k in Board Schools, Note about. 2 o Gr 
Nemesis — Miss Canavassoglu Shoots her Deceiver 

in the Street, 28.; 8 b 
Nestorians. Meeting at I^mbelh Palace on the 

heligious ton.ition of. 10 m \)e 
Neutral Kigliis and Obligations, w 12 « 
New AuttHiiaion, 14 / 5 e 
Civil Service Co^Operation, Meeting, 11 i 

9 /y— 14 /8 n'—J.i\f\}d 

C\)n!et, 10 (I 1('» ^—12 a 11 a— 18 a 10 /" 

Electric hi.rht. Trial of, in hondon, 18 j 5 e 

Foiesl, Notes about, 2 ) m 10 /--25 m 12 u 



— 2G /// J« </--2!» m 7./— 30 ;/* ){) e—7 ; G < 
Industry — Purehiising Foreign Pence and 



Passing them as English Pennies, 2^8/ 

Mail Steamers, 24 a 10 « 

Meat ('ars for Railways, 18 w* 12 6 

iNdiec Majiisfrate— Mr. Uasack, 7 J 13 b 

Political Union, 24 nt 116 

Postage' Stamp), a 2^d Enveloj>e, 13 a 10 c 

Sombrero Phosphate Company, 21 j 7 d 

Vice- bnneelloi's (^ourt, 24 a 10 e 

NEW SOUTH WALES :~ 

Annual Exhibiiion in Sydney, 8j 4 d 

Change of Ministry, 20 m 4 d—Sj 4 d 

VrueevHUw'A^ \u Vvvrliament, 23 a 11^—8 j id 



June 10. IS77.] 



New York Lite Ina 

New jteitlnnd, Annual Staliatics, :i ;n 5 Ji 

Banking, 2 »i 5 c 

DcBih ut Sir Doimhl M'Lcan, 2 « 5 6 

EiniKTSnts Required for. 'H m n / 

Loan and Meivanlile Agenev (.'unipnnv, 15 

J 10 b ■ ' 

NevaU (K, S.) on Lightning CimJuctors, 12 a 

NGwfnundlnnil Seal Fi-hing. 6 a 9/ 

New TnriS Bill. iS a 5 e 

Newman ^Jubn H.) X.it Vresent at the Qlatl- 

Btont^ Mnttinjis in ItiriuinKhani. 'J j \3ii 
iW.) on the Eleuiiou ot (Jliurcliwunle.is. 2 

Nfwspapert at the Sen Hide. 13 j 10 e 
Kewtun ( C. T.) on Myeen», 4)6/— 12)4/ 
Next of kin. Mr. PrL-jt'>i. on. 23 ;» 11 /' 
NEXT OF Em -PEBSONS WANTED, &0. 

Andensoti. Jamea, 2j 1 b 

Arnolt, DsTid. Tale. 

Ueabic, Ann. r. m J j— 11 iii 1 '. 

Beadnell. Col, George. 2G m 1 /- 

licarblDck and Medliurst, Murriage Ccrtifi. 

cite of. 10 w 1 '' 

- Be<^kcdorff. Sophie. BjX b 

Benneit, Annie, 21 it I b 

Berrj', Joseiili. 2Ga i b 

Blaokburn. Wliiteley. Sail- 

Blake- Hi-len. HI m 1 4— lU m l.V 

• Uuckhurn. Jurjian Henridt, 10 n 1 b 

— — Braciier or Bniaer, Henry, 11 ui 1 fr 

Itradsiock, KowUnd, 'iltj 1 b 

Brimble, Charles. 2* u 1 4 

Bruce, A. C... SO a I b 

Brunt, Ju»c|j1i, a(!i 1 i 

Burkilt. GBijr.{e. James and John, 1 j 1 i 

Buali. W. T., 20 I 1 A 

Uye. Kathel, Ui a \ b 

CanipbeU. Mrs. Samh, 22 j 1 6 

— 1— Chamberlain. (Jcorge, 10 n I 4 

Chambers, Anne, ij I b 

(Iiartes, 4)1/- 

ChrislUn, EfWard. Will of. Ifi n 1 li 

Cohn, Michael Eliui. 13 'i 1 b 

Collyer. George Samuel, G o 12 6 

(>>ok, Colonel Johison, 4 a 1 6 

Cecil Henry. 3 in ] b 

Cooper. S.irah Ar.n, 13 -i I '• 

CoK, 'i'licini-ifl, 20 « 1 b—2- a 1 '. 

Croleaux, Chaj. Louii Bernard and Marllie 

Jtoanlie. K m I 



Kelt of EJn~Penons Wantod, Sic. 0<" 
-IA-nt.l..i,U..y. »!.„:/. 
- (lersleiiberH. ^miny Ahix. iil ui ] b 



- Diiore, 



1 I h 



Dear, Alexander Waugh, 2\ a I b 

Debock.— , 10a 1 t 

Dore. Samuel Sepiimue. 30> I t 

Dredge, BViitia, 20 <• ;l e 

— Drury. Marthn, 2uj' I b 

l>u{cui<l, David, i' i I /> 

Duneh, William. 3U <i I h 

— Klward.'. Henry Arilmr, 23 w 1 6 
tllU. liannah, il ■• L '< 

Knisli^y. .lunies, 2li / ■\ li 

Keeney, lilliza Suaanmiti. 3)14 

I. Ferguaun. lleni^, 10a lOn 

Ford, Arthur Beavor. II i 15 nl 

—~ Frster, Elr.i and 4nij, ? / J /; 



I. lien 



II >» 1 «. 



•H'. Miinha. 4 »i 
.■y. H.v..Iuh.i. 12«, 14 
Hayler, Thonia*, 13 i 1 /. 

- llenderHm, of BaliB, IH w 1 4 

Josejih. S «i I <■ 

- Hobbs. Fanny ami Pamela, 9j 1 4 

- Hooper, Henry. U j 1 b 

- Ilou^c, Knmia X/ouisa, or Holme«, 9 ni 1 fr 

- Hunt, Msjur Arthur, 1> 1 4 
Maria, 9j I t 

- Huiehinson, Jatnea, 23 m 1 4 

- Jackson. Khzabeth, ilj I e 

- Jasser. Oekelt and Dobion, 23 a 1 6 

- Jear.B, Ann, 23 n 1 4 

- .'clTrics. Jiihn, 5 « 1 6 

- Jennings, John, 11)16 

- Jones, Mrs. M.. 10 « I 6 

- Kelle, K, 21 a 1 4 

Kent, Thomas, Marringe Ccriiflcate of, 39 

- Kerr, William, 2j 1 6 

- Knight, Henrietta Margaret. 2K a 1 6 

- Lftbnrtc, \N'm. and Maria I'ar^uas, IT n 1 fr 
Ijingmeid. ULina, 2j \ h 

Layman. Charles and .fohn. 10 in 1 4 

- Layton, Charles and John, 14 in 1 4 
Leciimere, William, 19 « 1 4 

- I^ist, Sheldrake. 15)1 b 

- Lindley, Mrs. Captain, 21 o 1 A 

- MsL-Winn. John Maxwell. :« ii. ] h 
~ Mais, Wincliester, Iti u 1 4 

- Mant. Fre,I. Edmund, 19 wi 1 ft 

- Marsh. C<irp(iriil John, Aj 1 4 

- M 'Lea. John. I7'i 1 4 
-- Mildiell, John (iharlL'S. 23 i' 1 b 

Moiickion. Fred.. :;2 i I 4 

— MuUer, Fred. Sotheby. (i n I ft 
Murihwaito. Joseiih. \lim\b 

— N Hah and Cook. Marriage Certiflcateof, 2 ) I fr 
fiewberry, James, 13/14 

Nicholson, Murthwaite, 20 1« 1 4 

Northeole, Susanna, 15 «i 1 i 

O'Keefe, — , U a 1 A 

- Usbourn, Joseph. H m 1 t 

- I'alser. Edward. 2 n 10 o 
s Clement, Will of, 16> 1 fr 






., l!li u 1 /> 
J I 4 



1 Uevv\u\vVW,VV„*,m\li 



Nex 



palbikk's ind£X to "the times" newspaper, [April 1 to 



Next of Eln— Perdona Wanted, &c Crontinued). 

Ko^vTi, Klizi. late liulley, U a G c 

Kiidsdell, John, 1» /// 1 b 

KatUnd, Mrs., \o m \ h 

Sanders, Mary Anne, 12 / 1 A 

Sarles. Henry, (> ; I A—13 ; 1 6 

Said, Wdiiani, 1 / 1 // 

Saunders, Eliz. Martha, 18 a 13 r 

St. Leger or Ledger, Caruielia Wellesley, 

2i) m 1 b 

Scott, William, 18 j 1 & 

Scarborough, Thomas. 25 j 1 b 

Severs, Edwin, 14 / 1 b 

Sivenright, Florence, 16^ 1 b 

Smith, — , 2(» ;// 1 b ^ 

Charles, 2(*. o 1 h 

Souley, Paul, ^j \ b 

Squire, John, 3() a 1 6—7 m \ b 

Stoale, Capt. John Lambert, h a\ b 

Stoate, William, 21 a I 6 

Stirton, Thomas, 19/1 b 

Taylor, John and James, \T m \ b 

Thumwood, Harriet, 14 in 1 i 

Tidey, WiUiam, 2 a 10 a 

Trueman, Son of Issac, 1 a\ r 

• Turner, Emily, Mary and Louisa Esther, 

23 J 1 b 

Emanuel, h m \ b 

William Henry, 18 a 1 /* 

Twells, John, Ua\ b 

Waugh, John, 27 / 1 6 

Wallington, Ann, 5 a 1 b — 10 m\ b 

Welsted. Barbara, U j \ h 

West New Jersey Society, Representatives 

of Proprietors, 23 o 1 6 

White, Miss Mary, 2 o 1 6 

Charlotte, ^j lb 

Matthew, 21) 3 1 h 

Wightman, Mrs. Isabella, 6 a 1 6 

Wilson, Edward, 11 m \ b 

Ann Clementina, 11 m 1 6 



Wingate and Philip. 10 a 1 // 

Winter, Agnes Noble, 27 a 1 b 

— Wolff, Jenny Von, 6 in 1 b 

Nicaragua, the Dnring at. 2 n 8 cf 

Nichols (D. Cubitt) on the Artisans* Dwellings 

Act. 14 a 5 (/ 
Nicholson ( — ) on Early Birds 5 o 1 1 6 
Nigra (Chas.) on the Czar and the Porte, 10 a 5 c 
Nineteenth Century, Contributors to, 23 a i) /' 
Nobbs (Sidney) on the Fire at St. John's New 

Brunswick. 25 j 13/* 
Norfolk (Duke of) Protest against the Clerical 

Abuses Bill in Italy. 4 a 8 a 
North British Australian Company. Q a (\ d 
North Eastern Hospital, Annual Meeting, 21 j 

6a 
Northcote (Sir Stafford) on Mr. Sullivan and Dr. 

Kenealy, 21 o 7/ 
Northern Assurance Company, \\ j 9 A 
Northumberland Pitmen and their Employers, 

16 a 9 /— 7 TO 5/— 17 m 10/— 23 m 10 b 
Nothing New — Torpedoes Referred to by Jonson, 

9£/4/ 

^otijnghtun, Meeting of Roman Catholics in to 

Celebrate the Jubilee of the Fope's Consecra- 
Xioir, 1 m 6 i/ *^ 



Nova Scotia, the Great Seal, 16 a hf 
Nubar Pasha in London, 21 / 9/ 
Numismatic Dis^xivery at Cupar, 17 m hf 

O. 
Oakeley (Rev. F.) Clerical Fellowships, 11 ; 5 c 
Obstructions, 2 a 6 c 
Odessa, News about, 16 ni 12 c 
Odger (George) Fete in the Surrey Gardens to 
Aid the Funds for his Widow, 3 m 1 1 a — 8 « 
10/ 
O'Donnell (F. Hugh) on the Salford Election, 
23 a 12 d 

on Home Rulers, 20 a 6/ 

Official Appointments, 11 o 9 e — 18 a 6 a — 21 a 
7 e—2 M 9 f—o m 1 1 /— 7 m 6 r— 17 m 9 /*— 22 
m 6 r—2'S'm 8 a— 28 m 11 </— 11 j 9 e 18 j 11 
/— 2*5 ; 8 r 

Referees, 12/ 9 /* 

Old Bunhill Burial Ground, 5 ;w 12/ 

Fashioned Highwaymen, 31 m 6 & 

Wellingtonian Dinner, 26 w 8 6 

Olympia, Discoveries in, 16 a 6 a 
Omnibus Men, Supper to, 16y 12 /* 
Open- Air Preaching, 21 j 6 / 
Open Spaces, Lectures on, 10 m 9 /* 

Notices about, 2^9 c — ij 9/ 

Opening of Museums on Sundays, National Con- 
ference at Westminster Palace Hotel, 7^ 12 c 
Optical Telegraphy, 22 m 5 / 
Orange Tree — Death of the Grand Bourbon, 

Aged 445 Years, 16 w 9/ 
Orders in Council, 2 / 8 / 
Orleans Club, at Twickenham, Opening of, 5 n 
ISf 

Princess Teck Opens the Flower Show at, 

26 m 1 1 / 
O'Shannessy ( — ) Freedom of the City of Dub- 
lin Presented to. 23 m 1 1 / 
O'Sullivan (W. H.) on his Treatment while in an 

Irish Prison, 2 a 8/— 3 a 10 6 
Otago and Southland Investment Company, 28 

al2 d 
Overland Route, Appeal for the Sister of the 

Discoverer of, 5 a 1 1 Z> 
Overcrowding, Notes about, 2 a 4 /"- 3 a 3 d—o 
a 11 c—lia 11/— 7 « 6e— 10 a 6 /—12 a 10/ 
Oxford Reference Bibles, 26 m 8 e 

Drainage of. 2(5 m 13 b 

and the Indian Civil Service, / o/—\5jAJ 

Missionary Conference at, 3 m 10 e — 4 m 10 c 

Science a t. 30 w 1 2 /' 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY :— 

Abbot Scholarship, 24 m 11 6 

Appointments. 1 tit 5 f 

Bnmptoii Lectures, 3 ?// 6 / 

Chancellors Prize for Latin Verse, SlmlOe 

Prizes, 2/ 11 / 

Class Lists', 9 / 10 c— liy 10 6— 12y 10 f— 

21 i IC d 

Classical Scholarships. Elections to, 3 a 8 <f 

Commemoration. 5 j 10 a — 14 / 1 1 / 

Degrees Granted, Honorary, 31 m 10 c — 5^ 

10 a— 9/ lOr— 15/ 7/ 
. E\ecl\otiS, 1 ai a— \C> a ^ 6—28 a 7 /"— 2 m 

:>o j \0 e— ^a j \^ l» 




..Di- )"'"■' d ■* ■ 

n' Exhitjiiiuii. o « ti </— 1 m S /' 

• feiiwlnidiipB. Hi lit t- 

ad Colk'jii:, X'riiicipnUbiii Offered 

» bcllulftrehip, Smti/ 

n (JuUege Suliolurslii'ps, 3U n 10 c 

la Prize, 14 ™ 10 c 

ig itf Uie Uebdumailul Cuuticil, 'lH 

■hjiniuBl Labors toiies, 7 j 14 <i 

rgHie i'riw. Award, a j 1 1 / 

uliuns, 26 01 13 c 

I Prufeasorehip. Notes about, 22 m 

— i;4m (jy— aamCi/ 

:iion, 31 ™ ly— 2j 11/ 

t Leopold at, 6 ;' 10 u 



:tioi),9nil2e— 7/ Mo 

r of the Past Year, 12 a & d 

ope Prize, l\ m S d 

1 Churfh. Gram to, 7> 1* a 

railiei Bill, Memorial against, 80 m G 

lesler CoUt^, Prouo«cd Memorinl 
to Mr. Waliord. 30u lOe 
a»aiioii,2SBia/-H>6c 



im KaTigation Compan;, 11 j 9 b — 21 
] China, Second Aonual Exhibition 



?. TO on the Oxford Poetry Profea- 



Revolulion in, the FresideDt and hia 

KiUed, 23a5f 

) Going Home, 21 m 11/ 

V. Joseph) on Church and State, T a 

—Catching the Speaker'* Eje, 23 m 

pBMed. SaSd 



etaof. IT a 10 e 

n Point from the Long Parliament — 
: a Speaker, \e ai e 
aciiona to Froceedingi in, by Borne 
a 6 c— 3 fl 4 a 
sabeul, 6a II a 
eu offbe Seition, 5 a 0/ 



PASLlAMi-iTAEY PECCEED1KG3 ;- 



uial Iloldingf (IrclaodJ Bill, 21 j 



-Banh 



upK'y Lhw a mend mi 



i Bill, 



Bar of KnfilulHl and of Ireland Bill, WrnUb 

Education and Diaciptino Bill, B ;' 7 u 

Brake Power, 'Jj8 a 

Begura Siimbri-, 2-ii6e 

Bills Advaiicfd a Slatte, 23 a 6 4—1 m 7 o 

— ItitH tia— 5jt>6-6j7o-9/8 h—Vij 7fr 
— ia/7 u— ISjdo— l'J;6a— :iU>lia— aajtta 

Biahopric8BilL5j7 c 

Borough Fmnchise (Ireland), Hj 9 b 

— Budget. I3<ii><j 

Burials B'U. 17 u 7 u— I m 7 a— 2 -n 8 a~Z 

m S rf-lo » C a—hj G ™-22 J 6 a 

Act Coniolidstion BUI, 27 aCa- 18 m S 

a— 19 itia— 2r;jtJH 

Analysis o( Votes and Pairs, ^a6f 

ConsolidalioD Bill, Division List, 20 r e 

Division Lists. 2H a 10 6—19 mSb 

Business of the House, 12 a 6/— 21 a 9 a 

—22 j 6 . 

Canal Boats Bill, 12 r T s 

Capital Punishment. 13 j 7 c 

Case of Mr. Ancketell, 6 wi 9 c 

of Mr Dempsey, 9 in 10 d 

of Mr. Woods. 15 j G b 

Cattle Plague, IB a 7 </— 23 a 8 /— 2 mS a 

—2 m 9 * 

City Compnoiel. 1 1 n 8 / 

Civil SerTice Eslimales, 6 o 7 c & /■— 7 a 7 

and Rerenue Dcpartnient«, 29 j It 6 

Church Buildings, 2<>;6 A 

Patronage, 27 ;' 7 e 

Claims of Mr. John Clare, 19 ;' 7 c 

Collection of Taxes, 29 ; 6 « 

Colonel Wellesley, 26 ; e a 

Colonial Fortifications Bill, 6j' 7 c 

Commerce in the Mediterranean, 28 a 8 a 

—Hmta 
Comoierdal Department of the Foreign 

Office, 7 u T e 

Companies Acta, 2 m 9 a — 5 il c 

Confessional, Ibj G a 

County Courts Jurisdiction Extension Bill, 

10 in 8 a 
Officer* and Courts (Ireland) Bill, 23 j S 

t— 3oyio d 

Yratictawi, ^ j % b 

Cro'«tvOaK*^iVV*i'^ "■ 



r^r 



»t 



PAJ.XU.n S INPFjlC TO " THE TIMES XKM'KrArKK. 



f A]»ril 1 to 



lar ip.i. C'ltary i roccedinire (r(,„(tininl]. 

V, lilv-li V 1') J\ ii/U.Ia lilll. 'i III •» n 

^ iisliMii- ami l. liii;l Kovi iiiiL* Bill, 24 u H e. 

— 4 /// >*' II — •■^ in i» »• — : 7 i*^ It 
-. - - JJiihv CuriMiiatioji (Kxtenijion of JJorough, 

v*cL-..) lijj. k; /// .(> (( 

i>Cj(.iriiiu'Htjil Circuhirs, 2IJ /8c 

-- — KiisU-rn Qiifsiioii, \'ii a <l </- \A n S n Sc d — 
Ma'iii — I^ttii't II — .'» /// y b — 8 in 7 r — ll m .S a 

^ d—\\ III a <*— ir> III (J (/— 1 ^' 7 u—n\ i t> II 

' KnijJovers :iiid Workmen Act (^Extension 

to Seamen) Hill, 10 m .s n 

Kxfiense of rriiniiirtl I'roKeeution?. <> n 7 e 

. Kcck't«i;«8iiciil K.itlowiuc'iits in Ceylon, li m 



b c 

— Kxeeutium-rs, 21 a 8 il 

— Kstate ol ihc Late Mr. Taierson, 27 ; 7 c 

— Faeiories and \\ orksliops Law C-onsolida^ 
tion,,7 a 8 « 

— Flogging in the Snvy, 11 a II 6 
■ — i^orest of Dean, 2 ; ft « 

— Franconia, 1 w: 7 « 

— iVlr. Gladstone and tiie Italian Clerical 



A busies Bill, \\ »i G a 

Hesolutions, 12 w 8 e— 15 w Gf 

Divison List. !(> m 8 b 



Game Law ^Scotiand) Bid, 15 m G d—Sj 7 

a— Hi) J 8 a 
— ' — Harbour Accommodation — East Coast, 18 

a 8 c 

Harbours on the North East Coast, 2j 9 a 

High Court of Justice, \)jdO 

Highwaymen, 12 i 7 

—I — Hobart Fajiha, 21 a S a 

Homs Rule, 21 a y a 

Homicide Law Amendment Bill, 10 m 8 6 

Hyde Park, 19;G</ 

Hypothec (Scotland) Bill, 26 a 6 c 

pr, — Incidence of Imj^rial Taxation, 20 a 7 o 

Indian Budget, i\)j 6 f 

— Civil Service, 29 i7 f 

Financial Statement, 22 i 6 « 



International Law, 17 w/ 8 a 
Inundated Colliery, 21 « 7 a 
Irish Land Act, 28 a 8/— 2 m 8/ 

— Parliament, 25 rt 6 c 

— Postal Service, 9 ; 9 c 

— Sunday Closing Bill, 19 / G c/ 

— Taxation, G / 7 c 

— University Bill, 30 > 8 h 



— Joint J{ailway Stations, bjGn 

— Judges of the High Courts of India, 29 j 6/ 
1 — Judicial Proceeding (Hating) Bill, 4^7 a 

— Justice iu Guernsey, 5 w 9 « 

T— Justices Clerks Bill, 18 o 7 a— 21 a 8 « 

— Land in Ireland 9 j 8 6 

— Landed Estates (Ireland) Leases, 18 a 8 rf 

— Landlord and Tenant ^Ircland^ Act A- 
mendment Bill, 21 ; G 6 

— Late Negotiations, 25 a 6 a 

— Law Bills, 20 a G a 
of Evidence Amendment Bill, 26 a 6 e 



6'/r 



Lega] Education, ]8 a 7 a 
Locoinotivea on Common I?oad^ Bill, ?l ; 



Farliamentary Froceodirgs {routlnued). 

Ltuidy Isiuijii, I / i) (• 

.Mallesu Nubiliiy. l.> ; 6 r 

iMjirriL'd VN umvn's Proi>ert/ ;. Scotland) Bill, 



19 



" I 



22 ; (; a 



- - Medical Acts Amendment, iSx*., 17 mi 8 c— 2 
.?' 8 II 

Mercantile Marine Hospital Bill, 17 m 8 // 

Metropolis Toll Bridges Bill, 20 a 7/— 30 / 



I^rd Cocbraw's Petition, II a S c 



u 

Metropolitan Comn-ons, 20 a 7 f 

Streets Improvement Bill, 15 j 6 c— 22 ; 

G u 

Militia Comn'ittee. 7 n 7 *' 

Military and Naval Preparations, 1 ; 7 c 

L;lW, 20 ;• G «/ 

, Mutiny Bills, 10 a 7./— 13 a 7 /"— U a lU 

^\j a i< «— 20 II G /'— 21 a 8 a— 24 ana 

National Teachers (Ireland), 18 a 8 c 

Naval CsJdets, 19.? G / 

Navy Estimates, 15 ; 7c--16 ; 9 4— 19y 7 rf 

New Bishoprics. 2 »/ 9 a 

— . Caledonia, 19 v G d 

Member?, 24 a G €—25 a 9 a*- 19 m 10 <r 

— 5/6 r— 27/8 6 

Writ, 11 a 8 6—28 a 8 /*— 5 m 9 c— 13> 7 

o— 14 ; 9 a 

Newspaper Registration Bill, 12 a 6 a — 14 a 

116 

Noi-folk and Suffolk Fisheries Bill, 2 w 9 A 

Noiices of Motions, G ^ 7 n — 6 a 8 o — 7 a 7 

6—9 a 8 6—10 o 7 a— 10 a 8 6—11 a 10 rf— 12 
a G /•— 13 a 6 a— 13 a 8 u— 14 a 8 a ft </— 16 a 
8 c— 17 a 5 /•— 19 a 7 f—20 a 5 ^—23 a 6 c - 
24 o 6 /*— 25 a 6 c— 26 a G c— 27 a 7 f—27 m !• 
fl— 30 a 6 /—I m 5 /"— 2 m 8 6—2 m 9 «— 4 w 7 
a_4 ,ji 8 c— 5 m 9 6—7 w 8 6—8 wi 6/— 9 m h 
(f— 9 m 10 c/— 10 m 6 /^— 1 1 m 6 a— 1 1 « 8 r- 
12 m 8 t/— 15 m 6 «— 15 m 9 o— 16 m 6 6 & ••— 
18 m 7 c— 22 wi 6 rf— 23 w 6 d— 1 j 7 a— 2 / 8 a 
—4 ; 10 c— 5 J 5/— 5 y 6 r— 6 i 7 6—7 / 9 6- 
_7/9/_8; 6/*— 877c— 9/8 c— 11 > 8 /'- 
12/6 /*— 15 /6 c— 15^7^— 16 j 8 c— 18/ 10 r 
. _19 / 8 6—20 j 6 a— 22 / 8 a— 23 / 8 a— 25 i 
8 rf— 26 / G 6— 26 J 8 c -27 ; 7 a— 27 ; 8 a— 2S 
/ 8 c— no 7 8 a 

Numerical Titles of Militia RcgimenU, 26/ 

7 d 

Obstructions in Business, 30 a 6/ 

Opening of Museums on Sundays, 9^8 d 

Order of Business, \2 j 7 d 

Orders of the Day G a 8 o— 9 c 8 6— 10 « « 

6—11 a 10 rf— 12 a 6 /— J3 a 8 «— 16 o 8 r- 
17 a 5 /"—IS a 8 f/— 19 w 7/^20 a 5 / -2:1 /i 
6 c- 24 a 5 /*- 25 a 8 /*- 26 a 6 c— 27 a 9 a- 
30 a 6 /•— 1 m 5/— 2 'in 9 e-3 w 6 e— 4 si 8 « 
—8 m o f—d m 10 d—\0 t(i 6^—11 m 8 c— 14 
m 10 e— 15 VI 9 a— 16 w 6 6—17 w 8 c— 1 / 8 n 
—4 i 10 c— 5 / 3/-^6y 8 6—7 7 9/— 8 / 6 T- 
11 78/— 12/6/— 13>8c-^14j9 d—\:>i7'( 
—18 7 10 C-.19 / 8 6—20 / 6 </— 21 J 5 d— 22 / 

8 a— 25y 8 d—2G j 8 c— 27 / 8 a— 28^ 8 c -29 

Our Relations with Afghanistan, 16/86 

Paitft u^wljat^ HaxTQwbY'a Amendment, 

\» m 7 b 




Pnrliamentacr Procaedinga (> 



.W'. 



' .1-2 w » M & *-- 3 mtiii'im 7 ii— a « U " I 

-» w It 1 & &— K M tt 'I £ •— I'f w H «— 1 1 « ti , 

-I7-M..— ISniU-i— It*™?*'— 1 J 7n-2> ] 

-•t,IS.,iib—\ii'7o&b-i:i> 7 a—Hj'Ja I 



iIwnii'K* Scrvuiiif I'M. i'J m ^ i< 

- rHrn-niiur I>uiv. lit " 7 •/ 
Kviiiiivnt •,( wWk- Hill. : 4 / It .- 
Iti-^iirl of ihc Areik- roiimuttvi'. It) 
liicbiiiunit I'nrk. I!l|t; tl 

Kinal AB»e..t. la , 7 /. 

- Ariillery iind Ittiyal KinriviiTS. 3« 

- <'iin;ll. -J.inK/' 



. . Irish Ci.n*tnbiilary, 1 



Pieruiiil llHrbuurOrdtiroCijulinutttion, ii> 

I-inwy. ia«7B 

riumi'ririid Conimon. M i fi t 

I'uur Ltiw UuiirJiiine Ek-ntiunt (IrcUnd) 

ttjil. 17 « H J. 

I'oil Offlf* Ti'Icgmph Serriies. .10 j 10 '/ 

I'rwona Bill, B / 7 t— a i 7 «-13j 7 i— -*0 j 

i;t-*'j(i.i-2D/ii« 

I'riv-HCi! Etillrt Legiaktion, 7 n 7 n— 19 u T n 

-2J u U (/— 21 (I a il—Ti M S rf— Ir; j » n— 2U 
J .; a-lA i S ..-:;«./ Ii b—-27 } 7 u-2»j G e 

Uu-l.iC«, e « 7 o -7 u 7 a-l 1 a « a—Vl 

al>o.-i4.iB<i— I7n7 u&«— IS(i7 O & r- 
I'U » t; .1 & ii—-n a 8 u— :!4 « G « £ 4-2h a C 
II St b^^Hi, li<i~27<i 7 I— -Ma a ail. e — I ui 
7 (.—a ■( B «— 4 ™ 7 o— 5 w » .j-M HI t! u £ i. 
— tt m ».i— lim Bu&c- 



-M>IT 

- I{uluf 






— lam 



/7a 



- ' ./ 



-"./ ! 



xnil Indin, 1! / T n 

Iiid Turkc-y. 1(1 / M -< 

— — Itusti.in Ciruular. 23 x » n 

Salfurd Electiun. 1 hi 7 r 

Sfoicli ParuuhiKl MlL-cWnite, IC / S d 

Se*t uf War. 4 w 7 u 

Retilud EatmeKliill. K .i n i— :7 .r k., 

Slifto Borouuli (In-inml; Bill, 1+ / :i .: 

South Afrii^s. a+ .. I! "-lliy» ij <i 

AfrkMU (■■.lui.ii"t. 14 « N r 

Suiidny CluBitis (Ireland) Hill, I! ;(!'■- 

jG', 
Suptwiic Ciinrt of Judiv.iiurc I!i!l. 1 4 i: 



of AiiH-iwlniem Ilil!. 1 

of I'ntcPtiiinjj*. Ii n !) 

a— 11 a II a— 12 V » a— l^i 



- I'n 



tiiliiy. 



inUiitg Unlcr, il u 1 1 

I'ublic Coiitpan'VR Acta Amendment. 7 n 8f 

ll«il,htMelro|«ii!) Bill, r,/7./-l^ys( 

' )t Act AiiitfiKltiivnc Hill, 17 u d a 



-H . 



-Offifea .111(1 Uiiildliii 



J</ 



i« (Uorouslis) Hill, II ™ 10 rf 



7 /~i7 <i ■■' •' -io '• .S l-» 
I m 7 h^-i m V t-a w i: e- ■ 
-/. w a h—7 11 6 b—H m 5 /■— I 
f, /— 11 «.Kr-13 m H J-H 
!-|:j m!I «— 17w 8 c— 18 m 
u /--S J ,i ,_<; j t< b—7 i 9 _ 

/"-12/li/— U^arf— 15j 7 



rtcU« hihI LiH-ul Uunidd Bill, 1 



- ]>■>!« Marks. I5> C a 
-InniviiRl. !.'■ wGn 

- Trii«irtiru TrMi:v, 8 w 10 /■ 






Jlet 



PALMr.u's INDEX TO " THE TI3i£S " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO 



Mc'tro]K)li6 Flooc^ Bill, 16; 10 c 

2kie.riip hum Ar(ibau>'aiiil Luboiirers* Dwelling8 

A.<&ot;i;itiv;ii i\ j 'o b 
A>MJCiiition for hnpi-oving the Dwellings 

oi ihc liiiiu«»iriHl ('lai»8e.». ioji JO d — 10 j 13 
Asylums Dibiriut Board, 25 wi lUy— 20 m 

lly--2.» in 7 c 

First Meeting of the New Board, d a o / 

MLTROi'JLITAN BOAKD OP W0EK8 :— 

B;tby Farming Case, iSjbd 

Bai>quet to, at Willis's, 2S a 6 d 

Cattle riague, 23 ti e 

Elections, 30 a 4 / 

Finance, o m 6 c — 14 m 5/— 11 ;' 6/ 

Improvements i^roposed, 14 m 5/ 

Meetings. 2^ a d—iiU a 4 /~14 m 5 J—o 

m h c — 17 m fc»y' 

Parks under the Control of, 14 w 6/ 

lioport on Water Jets for Fires, 30 i 13y 

yites for Labourers' Uwellings, 14 m oj 

Superannuations, 23 a 6 d 

Thames Embankment, 30y 13 a 

Floods, 20 7 11 a 

Valuation BUI, 19 ; 5 rf 

— Water Supply of the Metropolis, 14 m 5 /* 
Metropolitan and City Police Orphanage, Annual 

Ballto Aid, 27al0/ 
Conservative Alliance, Annual Meeting, 11 

Fire Brigade, Select Committee on, 14 ; 6 « 

Free Hospital, Donation to the Building 

Fand of, 6 a 9/— 1 m 6 6—21 ; 7 a 
Hospital Sunday, tee Hospital 

— Life Assurance Society, 11 w 10 c 

^-^ Pauperism, Weekly iietum, 3 a 7 e — 5 a 4 
/— 12 a 6 /— 26 a 10 d—S m 6 rf— 14 m 5 c— 
17 m 12 a— 24 m 6 6—31 m 11 d—^j 6/— 14 j 
13^—29^9/ 

Police Orphanage, Concert in Aid of , 1 7 a 5 / 

Tabernacle— All Seats to be Free for One 



Milton's First Wife, 4 ; 12 rf 

Not Wife but Mother, 7/66 

Mineral Salt Dcposiis, 2^ m 6 / 

Miners Conference at Darham, 22 m 7 a 

in Leicestershire? Accept the Masters' Terms, 

5/w 12/ 
Mmes Kegulatlou Act, 15 m 12 c 
Minton's China, 30 a 9/ 

National Union, 23 m 7 e 

MINING INTELLIGENCE : - 

Business of the Week, 2 a 5 c— 9 o 7 6 — 16 

a 7 o— 23 a 7 fl— 30 a 7 6—7 m 7 a— 14 w 9 a 

—21 m 7 a— 26 m 7 6—47 9 o— 11 j 9 a— 18 / 

Oa— 25^*9 « 
Prize* to Cornish Miners for Proficiency in 

Qualitaiive Blowpipe Analysis, 9 a 11 a 
State of Shares in C#mpanie8, see every 



Sunday Evening, 10 m 10 c 

Waters, Dr. Tidy's Returns, SaSd 

Mexico : — Alvarez Capitulates, 2Sj5J 

Escobedo Arrives at Laredo, 13^ 6/ 

— General Diaz Elected President, 29 m 9y 

Recognised by Grerman^, 11 y 8 a 

• Miscellaneous News, 18 ; 7/— 22^ 6 e 

Proposal to Resume Diplomatic Relations 

with, by England, 25 a 11 6 

Our Relations with, 2QJ 11 / 

Michelet, Monument to, 16 w 5 /—25j 10 6 
Middle Class Hospital Accommodation, 27 j 6/ 
Middlemore (— ) Purchases Two Sites for Baptist 

Churches at Birmingham, 24 m 6 6 
Middlesex Conservative Registration Association, 

Biennial Banquet at Willis's Rooms, 26 a 10 a 
Middlesex Sessions : — Accounts, 2j\Zj 

County Lunatic Asylum, 2j 13/ 

Middleton (E.) on Newspapers at uie Seaside, 

13 J 10 c 
Midnight Meeting Movement, Annual Meeting, 

6 m 8/ 
Military Organization, Notes about, s^ t^AJJih 

AND Milii;art 
MiUJoimire—Mr. Heywood, 19 m df 
vK^«/i (Rev, W, H.) oi^ Cburcl^ and State, 6 a 

^9 



day's paper 

West Prussian Mining Company, see Wrst 

Mining Mortality, 27 a 4 </ 

Ministerial Movements, 2 a 7/— 16 a 9 /"— 19 m 

11 /— 21 01 9/— 23 WI 9 /•— 25 m 9 e— 28 m 9 /" 

-lj9/-ll> 11/ 
Receptions and Banquets, 24 a 9 /"— 26 a 

10 c— 30 a 9 y~l m 9 /"— 7 m 9 e— 30 m 9 e— 1 

Mirdites, RebeUion, 10 a 5 rf— 12 a 5 c— 13 « 5 c 

— 14 a 7 a— 16 a 5 f— 18 a 5 c— 7 m 5 c 
Missing Picture, Recovery of , 5 a 6 / 
Missions to Seamen Society, Annual Meeting, 5 

TO 8/ 
Mitchell (Wm. jun.) on Russian Finance, 2 a 6 6 
Model Speech for th«se who have Nothing to 

Say, I m 6/ 
Moltke (Count Von) on the War, hjhf 
Molyneux (W. More) on Church Ornaments, 27 

Monaco, the State of, 19 a 8 6 

Monads, Discourse on by Rev. W. H. Dalllnger, 

8 m 12 e 
HONEY MARKET :— 

American Railway Bonds, 28 m 7 c 

Stock Speculations, 8 m 7 6 — 16 w 7 6— 

23 m 7 6 

Market, State and Prospects of, 29 m 7 a 

Bar Gold, 21 a 13 a— 29^ 11 a 

SUver, 26 a 7 a— U j 8 rf 

Bills on India, Allotments, 6 o 7 a — 21 ; 7« 

Tenders for, 12 « 7 a— 19 a 6 a— 26 a 7 « 



— 8 m 7 a— 10 m 7 a— 17 m 6 a— 24 m 7 a— 31 
TO 7 a— 7 > 8 a-^XK^j 8 rf— 21 ; 7 a— 28 j7a 

— Birmingham Improvement Stock, 19 a 6 a 
— 20fl 10 6— 27 a 11 e 

— Bolivian Loon, 1 m 6 a— 17 w 6 a^l8 m !• 
6—19 m 6 a 

Meeting of Shareholders, Ui 9 ef 



\ 



— Bombay Markets, 20 a 10 e^t{7 a 11 
m 6 6—11 m 10 6—18 m 10 a— 25 n\ 7 a— 1 7 6 
6-_6 j 6 a— 7; 8 6— 8y 6 a— 15^ 10 6—22 / 10 
/— 29 ; 11 o 

— Bullion Market, 14 a 13 <f— 1 m 6 a— 26 <k 
9 a & c— soy 12 a 

T— Calcutta Markets, 21 j 7 a— 28 j 1 a 

— Canada Bonds, 18 a 6 6—27 all/ 

— Chilian Loan, 16 m 7 6—31 m 7 a— 1 / § 
— U i VA h 



1877.] 



&( 



ji 



PXIMVMS INDKX TO TIIK " TIMKS NEWSTAPKR. 



JjCun 



irket ^j'outiuned). 

of iMuntre:il Li»un, 4 a 7 rr — 25 </ 1 1 6 

'J'oionto VVaturworks Debentures, 1 a 

VVcllinj^ton Loan, 18 </ 6 r- 15 J 10 /; 
pari -.on of Today's Closin*? i* rices of 
iih Last Settlement Daj**8. 'J6 m 7 a 
ount Market. A n: 7 o — 4 m n 
.rian J>aira Bouds, '23 a 12 a— 30 a 7 

6 ^ 

» Kvonomist on the State of, 21 /« 7 c/ 
ivdive Bonds. 9 a 7 a — 15 j 10 k 
>r'g»ige Loan, 14 ; 8 6 
an, 1 m G n — 5 in 8 ^ — 5 ./ 11 a 
efcrence Stock, 12 a 7 a — 43 a 12 a — 
I 

ivate Debt, 4 a 7 a 

.rts of Grold, 2 a 5 6—11 m 10 a— 18 m 
3 m 7 6—25 m 7 q— 1 ; 6 a 
i Silver to the East, 9 > 12c 
ires Reported, 1 ; 6 a 
emalaLoan, 16a 7 6—10 w 7 6—18 ; 9o 
Taken to the Bank. 7 a 11 a -18 a 6 
11 a— 19 m 9 a— 28 m 7 a— 29 w 7 o— 
-12 i 6 a— 13 / 6«--14y 8</— .18/9 
10 a— 23j" 9 a— 26 j 11 a— 27 j 6 a— 
I 

ips, 21 a 13 a 

irts of Gold, 2 a 5 6 — 4 a 7 a— 6 a 6 a 
I a— 10 a (ja— 11 o 12 a— 12 u 7 «- 13 
-16 a 7 a- 17 a 6 «— 18 a 6 6—19 a 
a II a— 26 a 7a— 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6a— 
r— 4 m 6 a — 7 m 7 a — 8 in 11 rf— 9 ;« 
5 //I 11 a -16 m 7 a— 18 m 10 a— 21 
■23 w 7 6—24 w 7 a— 25 m 7 a— 28 
29 m 7 a— 30 w 7 a— 31 m 7 a— 1 ; 
/ 9 fl^-5 / 1 1 a— 7 j 8 a— 12> 6 a— 13 
14 ;■ 8 tZ— 15 ;■ 10 a— 16 ; 13 a— 19> 10 

7 <(— 2S / 7 a— 29> 11 a— 30^ 12 a 
m America, 11 j 9 a 

in Exchanges, 7 a 11 o — 13 a 12 a— 18 

9 a 6 a— 27 a 11 e— 11 7u 10 a— 15 m 

3 in 7 6 

m Markets, 14 ; 8 c 

.\v Loan, 7 j 8 a 

m Tobacco l*oan, 6 a 6 b 

n Cii«ton>s Loan. 7 m 7 

opolltun Consolidated Stock, 25 c 11 c 

—4 »« 6 c 

can Debt, 15 //* 11 a 

er Harbour Loan, 11 a \2 b 

I Government Loan, 7 j 8 o — 14 j S d 

South Wales Bonds. 4 i 9 a 

aland Boads. 11 a 12 6 — I m G a 

11 's State Railway Loan^ 6 ji' 6 a 

Bonds, 7 j S h 

1 Market. 2i a 7 a 
sylvanian State Loan, ^ m o e 

vian Bonds, 30 a 7 a — 1 m 6 a— 2 m 12 

7a 

xl^lphian and Reading Bonds, 16 a 7 a 

d 

jgnese New Loan, 21 j 7 a— 22 j 10 c — 

»ec Loan, 18 a 6 c — 27 j 6 a 

island Debentures, 17 mO a— X8 n^ IQ 

7 6^ijV(4 



Money Market (nmtinned). 

liiiilway Market, 1 7 m 6 6 

Rates for Money Current on the Forei«;!i 

Markets, 6 a 6 6— 13 a 10 c—H) a 10 r— 
27 /I II e— 4 III 6 6—25 m 7 «— 8 ; 6 a— 15 / 1') 
0—22) 10/'— 29/ li a 

Rio Tiiito Bonds. 19 w 9 6—7 / S 6 

River Hate Affai'S, 10 m 7 « 

Russian Bonds, 30 a 7 a — 10 m 7 <i 

Finance. 2 « 5 A 

Internal Loan, 287 7 a 

New Loan, 7 m 7 a—2Sj 7 a 

Stocks, 19 iw 9 a 



— Silver Market, 4 a 7 a— 5 a 7 a — 6 a o n — 
7 a 11 a— 11 a 12 «— 13 a 10 a— 14 a 13 c -18 
n 6 6—19 a 6 a -20 a 10 6—21 a 13 a— 24 « 
11 a— 28 a 12 a— 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6 a— 2 m 1 2 ^i 
—3m 7a— 8 w 11 (i-9 m 13 a— 10 7/1 7 n—\i 
m 10 a— 12 in 12 a— 16 m7a & 6—17 m 6 ff— 
26 m 7 a— 30 m 7 a— 1 / 6 a— 6> 6 a— 12 / t* a 
—13/6 a— 16/ 13 a 

— South Australian Debt, (>jC) a 

— Spanish External Debt, 4 a 7 a 
Budget. 4 /« 6 o — 7 m 7 .i 

— State of the Market, see every day\ pitjtet 

— Swedish Loan, 2 a 5 c 

— Tasmanian Loan, 15/ 10 6 

— Tobacco Loan, 23 7 9 a— 25 / 9 /* 

— Treasury Bills, 18y 9 « 

— Turkish Loan, 2 a 5 6—18 /« 10 6—25 m 7 
6—9 I 12 d 

Bonds, 25 w 7 a— 20 w 9 a 



1 



United SUtes Bonds, 13 / 6 «— 25 ? 9 «• 

Venezuelan Bonds, 11 o 12 6— 2^ a 12 6- 1> 

/ 12 e 

Victoria Loan, 4 / 9 a 

War Influence on the Market, 20 a 10 6— 

14 /» 7«— 21 7N 7« 

Withdrawal of Gold, 2 a 5 6—6 n 6 n-^]:l 

a 10 a— 17 o 6 «— 19 a 6 a— 20 a 10 6-23 o 7 
a— 24 a 11 a— 25 a 11 a— 26 a 7 «-27 o \l e 
- 28 a 12 a— 30 a 7 n—i m 6 a— 2 ;« 1:^ r/— .; 
7/1 7 a— 4 w 6 a— 10 in 7 </— 12 w 13 'i--l4 «i .'I 
a— 16 m 7 a— 24 ;« 7 a— 26 ta 9 a— 7 y 8 <t~-:> / 
12 e— 18/9 a— 22; 10 « 
Mont Cenis Tunnel, Falling in of, a Falstj Ut-^ 

port, 4 a 10 c 
Mbntenegro, Sketch of the PeopK*, Coup. try 

and Chiefs, 23 m 10 a 
Moore (A. E.) on his Treatment in Si»ain, 27 <i 

46 
Morecombe Bay, Reclamation of Land at, 27 / 

10/ 
Mori^an (Osborne) on tlie Burials Bill, 9 o 12 a 
^forley (John) Political Credential?, 11a 10 c 

(S.) on the Burials Bill 19 a 10 d 

Mormons— Execution and Dying Scene of Bp, 

Lee, S n 3 e 
Morris (Wm.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 4/66 
Mountain Meadow's Massacre, Bp. Lee's Con- 
fession, 4 a 8 a 
Mozambi(^ue and the Transvaal, 25 ?« 6 6 
Multiplication of Dignities ^-^a. VvV5jV.V ^'c«x>^-vi>v 
PaT\%Y\, \\ u VS c 



Hun 



palmer's index to *' THIC TIMK8 " NEVVaPAPEK. 



[April I to 



Municipal Council of Paris Visit Brighton, 7 w 6/ 

Munton (F.K.) Railway Unpunctualiiy, 25wi««/ 

and Morris on the Factord* Act Amend- 
ment Bill, Ib/zi 10 a 

HUSBEES:— 

of Samuel William. Alice & George Brown, 

by their Parents. 2 J 7 e 

»— ^ of Wm. }^opham Bnrgoyne. by a Soldier in 
a Quarrel, 2;^; 18/' 

. of Sarah i)akin. by her Brother, 29 m 9/ 

— of Samuel Fl»»y<l, by his Father, 2 a 4 h 

of Mrs. Guinan, irom a Kick by a Neigh- 
bouring Farmer. i» n II a 

— of Hurley, a Farmer by another Farmer, at 
Drinagh, 12 wi 12 r 

of Kuth Ingham, by her Lover, at Bradford, 

and Suicide of the Lover, 19; 6/ 

of Annie Mason, by her Husband, 27i 9 / 

of Nielhbcrg, a Sailor, on Board the Bane, 

by a Fellow Seamen. 2(5 m 8 d 

of Eliza Oshorn, by her Paramour, and At- 
tempted Suicide of the Murderer, 16 d 10 d — 
21a 12/ 

— of Pickles, a Navvy, at Keigbley, 2 a 4 ^' 

of Samuel Plinimer, by his Fa. her, at New- 
port, 10 CI 10 e 

of the Abp. Quitr, by Poison, in the Sacra- 
mental Wine. 7 w 6 /— 10 m 9 / 

of Marsh Roebuck, at Kirkbridge, 6 j 5 « 

of Mrs. Rogers, by her Husband, at WoK 

verhampton, 30 j 13 / 

- — of Mary Saunders,* Letter from Baker, the 
Murderer. 7 « 5 /' 

of William Saunders, at Penge. 9 a 7 « 

- — of Stack, in a Quarre., at Ballybunion, 9 
a 11 a 

— of Thomas Stevenson, in a Police Cell by 
Another Prisoner. 2 a 4 h 

of Mary Sullivan, and afterwards Thrown 

into the Regent's (^anal, S j d e 
of Madame de Tourville, by her Husband, 

in the Tyrol, ] m S h 
of Mr. Young, at (/'asilerea, 5j 10 b—7j 7 

/-J27 9/ 
• Attempted of Mr. Samuel Barrett, near 

Kelkerriu. 20 m M /—2X m (>/ 
* • ■ — of Mrs. ('anion, by her Husband, in the 

Strand, 31 in ii e 

of Colour-Sergt. Chillcott, at Chatham, 



lG/« lO/i— li) m « d 

of n. Cooke, at Cannock Chase, 23 ; 10 c 

of Doherty, a Policeman, in Donegal, 9 



tlWn 

of MiJ»s Dunkerton, at Nunkfad. 7 a 7 e 

• of Kliza (Tarlaud, at Darenih, 9 a 7 c — 

23 a 9 y 
• of Mrs, Hetberington and John Murphy, 

by Mr. Hetberington, 17 a bf 

of Thomas HoUoway, by an Itinerent 



Italian. IH im 5/ 
— — of Kmnia Pearson, at Brixton, 28 m 11 h 
of a Policeman, in the \N utcrloo Road, 2 



(Lib 



^ — of Alfred Randall, by his Father, at 
Dorking, 14 m 13/ 

of Marx Simons, by « Fe|]ow Serrant, 



Murders {mnt iv uedj . 

Atiempied, of Dete<Uivc Sergeant Vessey, 

at Derby. 30 ; 13 / 
of Wood, a Militia- Man, at Pendleton, 11 

m 4 / 

Suspected, of Mr. Richard Carter, by his 



Wife and Suicide of the Murdress, 25 ; 5/ 
of a Gentleman, on Wanstead Common, 



12 w 13./ 

of a Lady, at Oestrich-Winkel, Ten or 



Twelve Years ago, 10 a 10 « 

of Mrs. Siarkey, at Leicester, 6 a 9 /* 



—7a 5y— 13a 11 /' 
Murderous Outrage in the Offices of Jewell and 

Sons, New York, 19 a 5 « 
Mure (Col.) at Greenock, 23 m 6 rf 
Musurus ( — ) Con tradition of the Ponishment 

on Nazmic, 13 a 9/ 
Mutual Life Assurance Society, 7 m 7 c 
Mycenae, Treasures o^ 20 a 4 a — i j 5 /—\2 j 4 f 
Mysterious Death at Penge, 11 m 10 e — 12 m 13/ 

Beast, ijli e 

N. 
Nailmakers, Agreed Reduction in the Wages of, 

26 a 12 A 
Nancy, Adventure of Two German Soldiers at, 

26 m 7/ 
Napier Harbour Boar*^, 1 5 ^ 10 6 
Nares (Sir G. S.) on the Arctic Expedition, 21 m 

11 e 
Natal Land and Colonization Company, 14 m 9 6 

—25 m7 c 
National Agricultural Labourers' Union, Annual 

Conference Weigh House Chapel, 16 m 6 y— 

18 iw 8 a— 19 m J2 c 

Aid Society, Conversazume, 7 j 12 d 

Letter about, 30 m 10 e 

Artillery Association, Annual Meeting, 20 

; 10 b 

Balance Sheet, 9 m 13 a 

Deputation to Govemmeut, lojdf 

Gallery, Fall of One of the Plate Glass 

Window when Open to the Public, 7j 6 e — IH 

76a 
Morland*s " Farmer's Stable" Presented 

to, 20 a 8 6 



Industrial Home for Crippled Boys, the 
Princess T>ouise Visits, 27 j 10 e 

University of Scientific and Technical 

Educational Proposal of the City Guilds to 
E.stablish, 5 a S b 



Life- Boat Institution, Report, 25 m 6 c 
see Royal 



— Mortgage and Agency Company of New 
Zealand, 5 m 8 a 

— Orphan Asvlum, Annual Distribution of 
the " Lady Peek Prizes," 25J5d 

Home, Richmond. Macdonald's Repre- 



MiAUorii, IB a&/ 

ti4 



sentation to Aid, 11^12/ 

— Portrait Gallery, the Sergeant's Inn Por- 
traits Presented to, 12 m 13/ 

— Refuges for Homeless and Destitute 
Children, 6 i 7 d 

— Rifle Association, Spring Meeting, 17 m 6/ 
-l|9/ 




30, 1877.] FALMIHt'S INDEX TO 



TIHSg " NKWaPAPKR. 



'emperftDce League, Anniversary Meeting, 

la.- 

Tniun of ElemenUryTeiLcliera, ConfeicDce, 

i o— 5 u 10 r 

rell (K. J.) New PosUge Sump, 13 a 10 e 

lavliiga Huiikt. i' j 6 a 

nJMilltHn i liib.':!il »i 12 c 

L AND MH.ITAET INTELLIGENCE :-- 

iMershmt. Ihe Queen's Visit to. 3 «. 6/— 

13 t— B m 12 e— a m 10 «— 10 m 9^—10 «i 

■ Commander In Chief nl, 28 in 10 r 

- Mesa ExpeoHCB ct. II / 1 1 f—M /9y 

- Sbuni Fitiht «t, 5 / 10 /— iii / lo <1 

- Summer A[anauvre« at, .:ij 10 &-37 j 

■ Troops in, 20 _;' 10 4 

Ippointments a h ^ h — * " 8 li — G a 10 e — 
HJ—^ u 10 </— 11 a 9 e~18 u ti a— 31 u 10 
i a 10 a-2:i <i 9 u— 28 o llU & c— 2 tn 9/" 
w 10 A— aw 10 y— 12 m 7 /— la™ 10 u— 
1 8 a— 26 Ri 10 c— 30 m 8 c—2 j 8 f -9 j 10 
13 J « e— Wj 6/— 23> 10 u-^/j 8 i-SO / 

Irmj Accounts, 11 a 10 ft 

- Colonels. 21 / c 

Labaiitee War, Anniversary Dinner, II j 

he BajoneC, S2 in 7 a 

Iritish OtUccrs in Foreign Ser\-icp. 23 a 12 & 

■ Forbidden to linlist iu ihe 'I'urltUh Ann;, 
' '■>./' 

'hatham Siege Operations a), 1 1 > 8 4 
:lifl Fort Augmented. .10 ni " 
^rington (rjir W.) Declines a Field Mai- 
.'a Baton, II; U£ 

;ourt Martial on Capt SUrens, 2 □ 4 i>— 3 
e— « a 6 6—5 « 6 e— (i u 10 <— 10 « 10 c— 

deaths of OI9(.-org Reported. 23 i H/ 

)e«traeti»ii. Wanton, of Harnent, at Wool- 

1 BarraeKi. UO w u 

Jetacliwl Squailrun at Portsmouth. 23 iii 1 '' 

Ireas of Soldiers. 15 J if 

^uilio ami I>.,aJ^o to be Sietl Armoured, 

r lay— a3 11 5/ 

)ukc of Connnught Frcecnts Hw Colours 

be 63rd Iteti'iiuenC, 7 u u 

iighty Ton Gun, 25 ra 10 <i— 26 m 13 

- One Ton Gun, 5 m 12/— 23 la 6 /— 23 m 

^nfantB de Troupe, 4 a 1 1 c 
ingineers of the Koyal Navy, 4 « 10/ 
Enlistment, Motives fur, 7 tin h 

iaprit de Corps, 10 h 10 c— 19 » 0/— 34 a 



l''ield Train. Organization of, 3 la 't f 

- ArliUerc Fravlicc. iHl/ li e 

'loaiiiig Fovder Biineli, I'J u i rf.— 24 q U 



Naval and Uilitary Intellijieiioe {coiUmad\. 

Good Serviee Pension Awards. 21 a 12'/" 

~-^- Greenwich Ho8(ital Pension, Awards, 21 a 

12/— 3tii 5/— 28i" lOd 
Gun Cotton, Instruclionifor Dressing Com- 
pressed. 25 m 10 c 

Gunboats, Mr. Rraasey on, 30 m 0/ 

Hand to Hand Kncounters, 22 m 7 « 

H. M. ohip the Arlivt, 2 a 4 c-3 n 3 « 

— --^ ^/fjuWra, Mutiny on Board,4j6t — a. 

J10/-II 3 8 b 

Ihe BttUrophon. 29 m 6 d 

the hoxer. Accident to, ITi 12 o 

the Buffalo, Triiil Trip, Sua* 

tlie *■«/■*"''"• 16 ™ 10 a 

the l-'vim, at Bnwil, 17 o 12 a 

Ihe ImmoTlalile, 23 nt 4 /' 

Inquiry into the Conduct of Capt. 

Hume on Uujrd, 25 m 10 1 

the In. o««(nn*, 1 1 iM 10/ 

the l;fi-xil.lt, 18 /5 c— 19 ;■ 10 f-20] 10 

c— 21 ( 8 r— i3 J 8 p &/— 25 JO 6— 2K> 8 b 

the Miiiotuv, 7 m 6 c 

the OivbM, Suceouful Trial Trip, 18 / C 

e— 20j 10 b 
the Chief and Senior Engineer Seriously 

Injured, IT >. I2ii 

Iha Itv,eur,h. 23/8/ 

the Sibnift, Gunboat. Trial of, 22 m 7 6 

Ihe SiaA, at llie Hirer Plate, IC u iij 

the AV-iiuuH. ejus 



- llie ,y 



a 10 d. 



»«</ 



12/— U J » *— 13 > 



- Ihe Te.. 

10 J~23jB /—-JTj 10, 

tbe Thelix, Accident on Board, 

the Thuudtity, i: a li a—M u 

5 /■-2tt « 10 c 

Uclief Fund. '. > 10/ 

Trial Trip, 1 1 y B /,— 2! ; 10 

the Toarmaliat, 7 u 6 6 — 13 ■ 

11 A 



Infantry Hrln.O's, 25 u 12 6 

IroncladB, 10 u 8 r 

Krupp Guns, i m i f 

l^inenBtn (Prince) TestiiUOniBl to Ihe- 

PrincL-sa in Honour uif the Prince by the Itoyab 

YitL-hisiiien, •"> w 13 t- 
I^vee o( th« Cunmuinder-in- Chief, 13 j lOt 

</-20j 10 4 

Light 1. Torpedoes, u/4/'—iai lOd 

Miijor of ArlilUry in India, aoj 7 <■ 

Manser Rifle, lljT/ 

Mediterranean SqundroD. 7 a 5 f—Wmu fi' 

—21 mUa— 28«llJ J-2W.w.Mr-27j 10 e 

Military Orgaiiizaiii.n, 4 <i 0/— ie.u.4 </ 

Stores. 31 « S .1 

— — Militia. 0.( lOe 

MisceUaniiHis Ncwa. I T » 1 2 n— 24 n G 4 

Moilern War Fleela, Ixi'luse Ikj J, S«r*.% 

Russell otv, W i \-i 1 — V.\ i XM iV 

MutCUWUl* 111 Tti»v*, 1 i» 'u. • 

Nn-vaVtAMi;o.\^"n,\ '" ^.f ,. , ^„, -^t™' 



— Our Military Position, 4 »« G « 

— Oxford Military College, Award of Scholar- 
ships, 2^ a » /■ 

Mr. Hardy Lays tlje Foundation Stone 

of a School lor, 2(i j H b 

— rinni»tead Common as an Exercise Ground, 
25 tu lU c 

— Pun able Batteries, 25 m 8 h 

— Powder, l,(M)0 Barrels Withdrawn from 
Purllet-i for the Me<li:erraiiean. 2;J m iij 

— Proj«^cJ:Je8 and i'lates. 2l» m 4 /" 

— Proiuoiu»ns. 4 « 8 h—H n 10 e—1 a G /— 11 
a U e — \s „ (J /»— 21 a 10 <' — 2.') o t» //— 'JS „ Id 
r— 2 /« U >— :> M lU A— y //I 10 y— 12 M 7 / — HI 
;/, hi «*— Jy /;» U) c/ — 23 a r< m —2(5 mi U) r— 3f) ;ii 
^ t'.—l) H / — '.>/ 10 f/— i:] ; .s < —20 ./ Cf—'JoJ 
l»' r/~ 27 ? S A— ;iM / }2 fi 

Conseqiien wr tf. M. Birthday, 2i lOo 



— Hunue-l'iudi-r?* uf C.'H t. Watkio, 14 a 5 /'— 
i 7 f 4 / — 2- /// 7 '' 

i5nd ilu' (ii'iiuni Anuy. 12 ; .' r 



- K<j4iJiien:al IJ^iiui* :•.» 'ira^eilin.: Minstrels. 
."> (/ tS (/ 
Notes about, G a 8 r — 11 a G e 



Dini'.ers. 2G /// S e—ol m G c 



Naval Cadeis. 7 / 1 1 /' 

..■■ . (\)ll«'iri' f» It n /' 



]-.oCMlizati(m. 19 /» 11 / 

— \Wu\\:i\ IJst. 14 f/ 11 A— 2.") n » «— 2 ;» 9 f 
IG ^// 8 (/ — ID /// 10 n — T.'> m 8 . — 2 y 8 /— G ; 8 
/,_ IM , .s r— IG; 10 r 

— Kilio Cwvalrv. 27 ; 4 c 

— Koval ArtilU'ry lusfitution. Award of An- 
niirJ (n.M .Medal,' 1 : 7 8 A 

l{e-oipinization Scheme. G (/ 10 f 

Enjiiiieers, Annual Dinner, 2' m d d 



— Toi 
20 i IS 

— Trc 

— lie! 
-— Wa 
a 6./- 

Il 

N 

ar 

SI 



on. 20 / 



28 a 10 
Woo 

N\ 

St. 

YvOI) 

SO / /■ 

Yeon 



Naylarul U 

for hi5 ( 

^Lirs. 1 ! 

Needle wo: 

Nemesis — 

in the S 

NcstoriflMi 

Kelipioi; 

Neutral K 

New Aul« 

IV u 




— 2G /// 




fork Life In«unuice (^inipnii'-, 18 m 10 b 

ie»\ani. Annual Staiuliun. 'd at u b 

Ituikini;, 2 m n c 

Dculh lit Sir I>onn1(l M'Lcan, S nt u & 

inii){ra.ntt Required for, l!4 »i 6,/' 

Loan and M«rcHnIik Ageiicv C'onipnn}-, 15 

'b 

II (R. S.) on Lighliiing Conilucton, 12 a 

lundtnnd Senl Fi-hini!. 6 a 9/ 

Sew Tariff Bill. aS a 5 e 

ian<,Jolin H.) Kot I'resent at the Glad- 

le ilmn'wita in Kiruiinghatil, 'i i 1:(<I 

W.) on tlie ElKtiuii of CliurcliwHrcIeiiB. 2 

[lapenailhc Sea Side. 13 j 10 <; 

ID (C. T.) on Mywnae. 4 ;o /— 12 jif 

j( kin. Mr. VnHim on. 25 w 1 1 /' 

' OF Km-PEBSOKS WANTED. AC. 

Undersoil. Jaiiiu*, 2 j 1 b 

imoit, David. 7 « 1 r 

Heable, Ann, 5 m 3 j— 11 m 1 '• 

Beadnell. Vu\. Geor^, 2ll m 1 I- 

licarbliwk iind MvdhunI, MuFriage Ci;rtifi- 

ioi. lOni 1 '. 

Sc^kcdorB. Siiphie. 8 ; 1 i 

IteoneLt, Annie, 21 m 1 6 

Beny, Josenli, 2G a 1 6 

iJlatkbum-Wliiteluy. on 1 h 

31ako. Hulen, lU m I 6-lli m 13/ 

Buckhum, Jurjisn Henriuli, 19 ii \b 

Qracliur or Urazier, Henrj, II ui 1 b 

BriidBtofk. Huwland, -iBj 1 b 

ttrinible, (.Charles, -i a \b 

Bruce, A. C. 30 n 1 * 

Urunt, Juaeph, 2G « I * 

SuTkilt. Ueurgc, Jame* and Juhn,' 1 j 1 fi 

Suah, W. T., 20 I U 

Uje, Kachcl. Ifi <i 1 A 

r^nipbeU. Mrs. S-irah, 22> I 6 

^liHinherlain. Gcurgc. 19 u 1 A 

JhanibeiK, Anne, ij I b 

- Cluirlc*. i i lb 

mirislUn, Mward, Will of. Ifi n 1 t 
^hn, Miuhuel Kliua. 13 u i b 
C^oUjcr, G(»i^e Saniutl, « 12 6 
'noV, Culunel Juhnsun, i a \ b 

- Cecil lletiry. ^ in I fi 
L'ooper. S.irnh Ann, 



»l b 



'i'lioi 

l)iH.-re, 

l)car, Alexander Waugli, 21 a I i 

l>ebo<;k. — , 10a 1 t 

llorc. Snmufl Seplimvis. 30j 1 b 

l>r«i[,'e, FMiieis, 2(1 ii :i e 

[Jniry, Martini, 2jj' I b 

Duuuiil, David, i i \ b 

[lunL'h, William, :i(l <i 1 A 

I'^ltrardji. Henry Ardiur, 25 n i b 

Klli». Hnnnah,(;" 1 i. 

limali;y, Juniea, I'll ; -i h 

t'eeniiy, Elitn Suiunnidi, 2)1^ 

t'ergufun. Henry, 10 u )l>ii 

Kor3, Arthur Beavor. I J ; Jij ^J 

>Mer, Elra and Aan, 9 J I h 



Neit of Ein-FeiaonB Waiitod, ic. (roilinufil), 

- ijiiit. iniiiu-j. Mill I /• 

GeisteuUTy;. Khiiiiv Alice. !II «i 1 h 

Glii.-suaiid aiiniiun, Slarriiijiv Ctrlifieate, 

12 ; 1 !> 

(iniKon, Mitry, 7 " 1 c 

Grci'n. Msrv, 11 <, t /' 

Gredicim. TbDmnn, M a I b 

IliU'lfely, i;d«i.rd. Km 1 l> 

Ilmieock. Harriet. 1:( / 1 4 

Hand, Matthuw and Jane, S ;' 1 6 

1 lansiuw, John Whiltinf^hnm, 2 -i 1 & 

Hiirriioji. Henrv. II w 1 f. 

Harnw. M.irlha, 4 ni ! /, 

Ihirilu'y. li.'V. ,Jolin, 12 «i lb 

Hnyli-r. Thunia*. 13 i 1 /, 

Henderson, of Banff, 18 » 1 ft 

Joseph. 5 111 1 c 

Hobbs. Fanny and Pamela, 9j 1 6 

Hooper, lleni-y, U j 1 6 

House, Eninia Luuiia, or Holmes, m 1 fr 

Hunt, Miijur Arthur, Ij 1 ft 

Maria, ij I h 

Hnli^hinson, James, 25 m I 4 

Jackson, KhiHlwtli, 11 / 1 e 

JnKger, Ockett anil Dobson, 2S a 1 4 

JeaLB, Ann, 23 n 1 4 

Jeffries, Juhn, ,j » 1 4 

Jennings, Juhn, 11/14 

Jones, Mrs. M.. 10 '.i I 6 

Kelle, K., 21 ulfi 

Kent, Thomas, Marriage Ceriificate of, 30 

Kerr. William, 2/14 

Knight, lienrieUa MorRarct, 2S n 1 4 

l.abarte. Wm. and Maria I'arions, 17 n 1 6 

Langinead, Diana, 2 J 1 * 

Layman, Charles and John, 10 m I 4 

Laylon, Chnrles and John, U m 1 4 

Lechmcre. William, 19 n 1 ft 

I,eiB^ Sheldrake, 15 j 1 4 

Lindley, Mn Captain, 21 a 1 ft 

- MaL',\iinn. John Mn.well, :10 » 1 4 



- Mais, Will 

- AiaFi " 



- Monckto 



er, l(i 



1 ft 



lift 



MuUor, Fred. Hotheby, 
Murchwaite, Joseph. Ill m I ft 

KiishandCook.MarriageCeniacateof,!; 1 fr 

Newberry, Janiei, 141 / 1 4 

Nicholson, Hurthwaiie, 2G hi 1 4 

Nortbeole, Susanna, 13 m 1 4 

O'Keiife, ~, (j <i 1 ft 

Osbourn, Joseph. 14 la 1 4 

I'nlBfcr, lidwaril. 2 « 10 n 

I I'alerton. James Clement, Will of, 16/ 1 fr 

I I'eddie. Mr., ati o 1 4 

: l!«linn. ]■:, S., 14i 1 ft 

j lia.Miff.;, i;ol. 1>., 4 u Id 

I UeyHuWW.W,,*,!!,^.— -iiMi 

i llifhaiAaott, JaMiY.\iMS>eCft,'oi^-\_ , . 



bouley, Paul, (ij 1 6 

Squire, John, 30 a 1 6—7 w 1 /; 

Stoale, Capt. John Lambert 5 a 1 6 

Stoate, William, 21 a 1 6 

Stirton. Thomas, 19 ; 1 ^ 

Taylor, John and James, 1 7 7w 1 6 

Thumwood, Harriet, 14 w 1 6 

Tidey, WiUiam, 2 « 10 a 

Trueman, Son of Issac, 7 rt 1 r 

-— Turner, Emily, Mary and Louisa Esther, 
23^ 1 o 

' Emanuel, 5 m I b 

William Henry, 18 a 1 ft 

Twells, John, U a I b 

Waugh, John, 27 ; 1 6 

Wallington, Ann, 5 a 1 6—10 ml b 

Welsted, Barbara, 11/16 

West New Jersey Society, Representatives 

of Proprietors, 23 a I b 

White, Miss Mary. 2 o 1 6 

Cliarlotte, 8/16 

Matthew, 21) .j 1 6 

Wightman, Mrs. Isabella, 6 n 1 6 

Wilson. E<lward, II w 1 6 

Ann Clementina, 11 m 1 6 



Wingate and Philip. 10 « 1 6 

Winter, A^nes Noble, 27 a 1 6 

Wol£F, Jenny Von, 5 m 1 6 

Nicaragua, the Dnring at. 2 « 8 d 

Nichols (D. Cubitt) on the Artisans' Dwellines 

Act, Ha5d ^ 

Nicholson (— ) on Early Birds 5 o 1 1 6 
Nigra (Chas.) on the Czar and the Porte, 10 a 5c 
Airieteenth Century, Contributors to, 2'6 n 'd f 
Nobbs (Sidney) on the Fire at St. John's New 

Brunswick, 25 i VS f 
Norfolk (Duke of) Protest against the Clerical 



w 6 r— 
/-^^> .;• 

Refer 

Old Bunhi 

Fashi 

Welli 

Olympia, J 
Omnibus B 
Open-Air J 
Open Spao 

Notict 

Opening of 

ference a 

Optical Tel 

Orange Ti 

Aged 44i 

Orders in C 

Orleans Cli 

13/* 

Prince 

20 m 1 1 / 

O'Shanness 

lin Prosei 

O'Sullivan ( 

Irish Prif 

Otago and { 

a\2d 

Overland E 

Discovere 

Overcrowdii 

a 1 1 r— (> 

Oxford Refe 

Draina 

and ilu 

Missioi 

Sfienc< 

OXPORn IT 




(Ji-otvns' Exhibiiiuii, u i. B (l—[ m j f 

Hobifw MiulBifliiiis. I*/ Kit 

ilL-i'lfurd CoUegB. I'liiitipalahii) Offered lo 

Mr. Uuyd, \6abt 
Holuies Scholarsfiip, 3 in (!/ 

Lin^joln College Stholarslii'iie, 30 u )0 c 

Loihian Frize, 14 m 10 c 

MeeiiDg of ilie HebdomaJul Coum-il, Ti w 

11 a 

New ChjmicAl Laboratoiies, 7 j 14 u 

Newdeguie I'riw, Award, 'i} \\ I 

Nominniioni, ati m 18 c 

PoBtry l-rofesBomhip, Notet about, 22 « 8 1 

■2.3 M 10 t—-n m «y— i!a« e d 

Election, 31 m 10 i— 2 j 11 / 

Pnnoe Leopuid at, 6 ; 10 u 



FAEUi>:bl£.'<'i;ACY PBCGEESINGS ;- 

A^i"itf llie.s,-»'M^.ii. l^4."'ll / " 

I'apwd and AtLs IJuviiig l(n.'L-ivtd iho 

llojHl A».i-ii'. Ill Mi,/- 

AdniinLxinihun. ot Irieh AlTiiiri, Vi i 7 t. 

A^siiitiiiil Uiiuiiiy 6urvL>yorH ^Irclund) Uill, 

Agrieuhmal Holding? (Ireland; Bill, t\ j 



utO 



« 12 c 



— V.. 



Election, 9 m 1? e— 7 ; H a 
Ueview of the Paai Year, 12 a 8 rf 
Sianhopc Prize, 1 1 ni S rf 
Hjuton Churih, Gram, to, 'i j 14 a 
Univereitiei Uill, Memorial agaiiut, 30 n C 

"■ ^'■^ „ 

College, Prapa>icd Memorial 



Padflc Steam Navigation Company, 11,;9 b — 21 

Fainting on China, Second Annual Exhibition 

of. 21 Hf 
Palaemoic Kock« Under London, 16 m 4 « 
Palettine, burve; of, Ll. Kiiiliener's Report, Su 

«10> 
Palgrave (F. T.) on the Oxford Poetry Profe*. 

■orshtp, 21 m liy 
Palliser ( W.) on the iKflt^iUt, 21 > 8 c 
Papal Allocution Kead in all Roman Catholic 

Churches, 9 n 10 c 
Paraguay, llevolution in, the Preiident and hie 

Bruther KiUed, Td a l< f 
Pardon (B.) Going Home, 21 m 11/ 
Parker (^Ker. Joseph) on Church and State. 7 a 

10 < 
Fartiameut— Catching the Speaker'! Eye, 23 m 
8c 

Act* Passed. Said 

Appointment of Select Committee*, 10 a4/ 

B«haTiour, a Lecture by C. 8. PameU, 20 ; 

8c 

Business ot. 17 a 10 « 

Case in Point from the Long Potlioment— 

Silencing a Speaker, 16 a 4 e 

Obstructions lo Proceedings in, by Some 

Rulers, 2 a c— 3 u 4 if 

■ — Holesbout, e a II n 

• — Froipeeti ol ^e Scttion, 5 a 0/ 



- lienei 



I, '^^j 



ugjlt-y Lhw Amendment Uill, 18 q 7 
a—\>< m 7 b—6 ; T r— Itij '.I /' 

Bar of ICnglund and of Ireland BiU, 10 in 8 6 

Education and Discipline Bill. 8/ 7 a 

Brake Power, 'JjSu 

Bi>gum Sombre. 2ij 6 c 

Bills Advanced a StaKe. 23 a 6 1,-1 m 7 o 

—Him Bo— 3jtii-6j7a-9;8 *— 12; 7i 
— 13/7U— lojlia— ly/Gu— 20jtio— 2378 a 

Bishoprics Bill 5 j 7 i 

Borough Franchise (Ireland), Cj 9 & 

Budget. \3<i6ii 

BuriaU B-Il, 17 7 u— 1 ™ 7 a— 2 m 8 a— S 

m G rf— 15 m G a~oj G n -22 j 6 a 

Act Consolidation BiU, 27 u G a- 18 n r> 

a-l9.'Ga-aii>6a 

Aoalysis of Voles and Pairs, 30 a 6/ 

Consolidalion BLU, Division Lilt, 20 j 6 e 

Division LiaM. 28 a 10 b— 19 m 8 ft 

Business of the House, 12 a 6/— 21 m 9 a 

—22} St 

Canal BoaU BUI, 12 / 7 e 

Capital Puninhaient. 13 j 7 c 

Case of Mr. Ancketell, 6 in 9 c 

of Mr Deinpney. 9 m 10 d 

of Mr. Woods. 15> G i 

Cattle Plague, 18 a 7 1/— 23 a 8 /— 2 m 8 a 

— 2 i« 9 t 

City Companies, 11 a Hf 

Civil Senice Estimates, 6 a 7 c & /— 7 a 7 

/■_!,■ 7 d- 12 J 7/ 

and Revenue Departmentt, 29 j It 6 

Church Building*, 2<> ;' 6 i 

Patronage, 27 ; 7 e 

CUims of Mr. John Clare, 19 ; 7 c 

Collection of Taxes, 29 > 6 « 

Colonel Welleaiej, 26 ; « a 

Colonial Fortificalions BiU, 6j7r 

Commerce in the Mediterranean, 28 a S a 

— 6in«a 
Commercial Department of the Foreign 

Office. 7 a 7 e 

Companies Acts, 2 m 9 a — 5 ; 7 c 

Confessional, 15.; 6 a 

County Courts JurisdicCioD Exteniioo BilL 

10 Bi 8 a 
Officers and Courts (Ireland) Bill, 2S j S 

4—30 )■ 10 d 
¥nncVi!sc,a» j % b 

Crossei C\vedtft on.ftwCtei^.'aiii,"^''!^ »*- 

CtowtiOS6Cttaia,\?' j1 "■ 



Kxc'Cuii«.ncT8. 21 »i 8 d 

Kstate «>t ihf Lute Mr. l*aier8oii, 27 j 1 c 

Fnetories «nd W orksjjops Law C'onsolida- 



tion., / a ^ a 



— Flujigiiig in the Navy, 11 all 6 

— forest ot Dean, 2 / t> « 

— Franconi:i, 1 w: 7 a 

— Mr. (jlaclstone and the Italian 
Abu.ses Bill, 11 «< 6 a 

Kesolutions. 12 w/ 8 e— 15 m Cy' 

Divison List. 1(> m 8 /* 



Clorieal 



— Game Law (.Scotland) Bill, 15 wi G d— 87 7 

— Harbour Accwiiniodation — East Coast, 18 

a 8 r 



Harbours on tJni North East Coast, 2j % a 

High (>jurt of Justice, \)j i> b 

Highwaymen, 12 j 7 

— . — Hobart Fasha, 21 a S a 

HoDit; Rule, 21 a*J a 

' Homicide Law Amendment Bill, 10 w 8 6 

Hyde Park, 19;Gf/ 

Hypothec (Scotland) Bill, 26 a 6 c 

tr-i — Incidence of Imperial Taxation, 20 a 7 a 

Indian Budget, i\)j 6 /' 

— . <^Hvil Service, 29 ; 7 /" 

Financial Statement, 22 i « 



International Law, 17 m 8 a 
Inundated Colliery, 21 a 7 a 
Irish Land Act, 28 a 8/— 2 m 8/ 

— Parliament, 25 a 6 c 

— Postal Service, 9 ; 9 c 

— Sunday Closing Bill, 19 / G <f 

— Taxation, 6 ;" 7 e 

— University Bill, 30 7 8 h 
Joint Railway Stations. ojCyn 



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Failiomentary ProceedicgB (■■I'^iiu'vi/',. 
— — Itikitwny Auolili-lil'-. :!? •' i* • — ■!'' •' '-if 
■ Cumpniiitii' Strviiiiis iJill. ii' tn f- ci 

i'HiEii' niter Ilurv, Irt ii 7 ■' 

iti-ii1<iv:il iif Ww-ki. lliil. U)!l<- 

Hi'iwri of ilie Arcik- Ci.iui.iiiwf. Ill ,; 

Kifliiiiunil i'lirk. Ill / (i ■! 

ItiKid* und ItrUI^'vt (Soxllinilj Hill, r.i 

It»v.l Assent. 12 I 7 1- 

ArMllerv nnd Itoyul Kiifii-wrs. ■.■H.t 



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—wts-i-b—i-ii 

— l5/ii"&r— 10. 

27 j i n— as J (> n-ail ) li " Ji ■•— Hil / t* .1 

Pier mid tlHrbuur Urdcn I'DnSruiiiiian, aj 

'l*inicy. 13 « 7 n 

rium.lfad (.■oiiir..on. 12 o 11/ 

I'our Liiw Uuiirdlani Eltciion* (Ireland) 

ttill. 1 ; w (< i 

Cost (>«Il-« Tulcgmjih Serrk-ei, M j 10 rl 

l*ri«on. Hill, e y 7 t— a j 7 e- 13> 7 i— SO i 

I'rivaie Bi!l:< I^jgULiUon, 7 n 7 n— 19 u T n 

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- KuFfLkn Cirvidnr. 2S h » a 

- Salford Elwlicn, 1 «. 7 <■ 
-Scuich fnruchiiil Kk-clvnite. ICi'S^d 
-Scilof War. *»7u 

- Rettltd Eemreollill. 14<r II »— 17 « k 

- Sli^u BoroiiK't (Iri^lnnd) Rill. U / •■> ■: 

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Ilail.ll l.Jtl«lru[H)li*) Kill, f.y?./-!! 

I.i:>r.<riv> Aul Aiiieiidtiiuni Hill, 17 





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Olfii^M <>n<l Biiildiiiga. 7 <i 7 </-17 « 8 J 


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Par 



palmer's INDKX to *'' TRF. TIMES " NEWSl^APirR. 



[April I to 



Fai'liaicenta^y Proceedings (r on filmed). 

' Voters (Ireland; lUll, 10 m 8 c 

■ War, 24 <i r. </— 25 u 6 a— 1 m 7 h—liOj 8 a 

Water Supply, laic 

r— — Ways and Means, 1 7 « 8 r— 20 air 

Whitei Impel jind LiinMliou8e. 21 a ^d n 

—-Women's Disabilities Removal Bill, 7 

> S) h 

Workhouse Schools, / S h 

PAEUAMENTARY bPEhCHES:— 

*^* When I he speich of a Member is required 
pn any pariieuhir «ieb:iie, by referring to the 
suhjert under 1'akliamentauy Proceedings, it 
pan be set-n at once by the reference answering 
to that affixed to the Speaker's name. 

'• Aberdeen, Earl of. 28 a 8 cf 

Adderley, Sir C, 10 a 7 /— 21 a 8 «— 17 m 

8 a— 2 / 8 c 

r Alexanier. Colonel 26 / 7 b—21j 7 c 

Anderson, — , 19 u 7 c — 12 m 9 d — G j S a 

-29./ 7/ 

Anstruther, Sir R., 11 « 8 c— 12 w 9 « 

Argyll, Duke of, 15 wi 6 r— 8 ; 7 a— ICy 8 b 

Ashley, — , 14 a 9./— 11 o 8 a 

Assheton, — , 21 / (J o 



r- Attornev-Generai, a 7 /*— 12 a 6 c— 19 a 
7 h—2\ o be—\) in 9 /— 10 in 8 /— ) / 9 c— 12 
j 7 c— 13 / 7 A-14 / 9 c— 16 / 9 d— 22 ; fi c 

for Irviland, 28 a 9 e— 5 m 9 d—i^j 9 6— 

23 ; 8 a 

lialfopr, — , 7i9«/ 

Sir G.. 24 fl 7 c— 22 / 7 c 



Barttelot, Sir W., Ij 9 c/— 16 / 9 c— 20i 6 h 

Baxter, — . 13 a 7 r— i) m 9 d 

Beaeonstield, Earl of. 20 a G // -28 n%c 

Jieauchamp. Earl, 21 w 8 rf— 29 / G a 

Belmore. Eailof. 28a 8« -I2«<8 6— 5y6a 

: Bentinck. —. 2./ 8 c— 19 / If 

: Bercstord. Colonel, 9 / 8 c 

Bere^fonl-Hope, — , 5 ; 7 o 

Blpnnerha.'^het. — , 25 a 7 A 

Boord. — , 23 / 8 r 

: Bourke, — . 7 '/ 1 f—\2 m 8 «— 1 j 7 h 

Bowyer. Sir G.. G // 7 b—1 a 1 e — 19 a 1 a 

—21 a 10 A— 15 HI 7 r 

Brasscv. T.. 2 / S A- 1 9 / 7 /' 

Brijrlii, Jacob. II ml c—1 j 9 e 

»John, 13/7 /■ 

Brooks. M.. 2.H ; G d 

Bi<)xvn, — . 1 (I 1 r 

Bruce. — , 15 »♦/ 7 a 

: Bruen, — , 25 a 7 c- 28 a 9 d— 16 / 9 6—28 

Burv, Viscount, 28 a 8 n— 12 wi 8 a 

- — Uiiir. — , G fl 7 //— 12 a G c— 21 a IQ cT— 25 

^ a «— 28 n 9 /— 2 m 9 a— 6 J 8 ci— 12 j 1 e— 

Ui9,/i— 16>9(i 

Callan, — .11 m 6 a 

Cc^^eron. Dr., 12^6 6—3 m 6 ^—19; 7 c 

Campbell, Sir G., 22 / 7 A— I'H / 7 6 

Campl)ell-Bann ^mian. — . 26 j 7 </ 

Camperdown, Earl of , 2 1 « 8 a 

- Canterbury, Abp. of, 27 a 6 e— 18 m 6 e — 
J6 y 6 q-26i 6 4 

: — C^rdwcU, Lord, 26 j G If 

- CarJingford, Lord, 'JS a S d 

- CarlJsh, Bhliop of, 18 m e 

a^ - 



PaiUamentary Speeches (r(mti%\md). 

Tarnarvon. Karl nf. 14 o 8 c — 24 o 6 a-^S 

;// G /I — l.'* ui G (I — 1(J in G */ — 15 / G U 

('hjimbcrl.iin. — , 24 n 8 ^i— 8 m 8 • 

( hancellor of the KxchcHiuer. G a 7 /"— 7 a 

7 a cV: ft— 1 1 « 8 d—VA a G ^/— 13 a 7 <i— 14 ^< 
11 „__! 7 rt 8 r— 18 ri 8 i— 20 a 7 c— 21 n 9 rf 
—24 n 1 d- -2 m 8 «-4 w 8 a— 8 m 6 /*— 15 m 

8 rt— 2 / 8 ri— G j 1 /— 9 ; 9 a— 12 j 1 f-^l9 ; 6 
c— 27 / 7 e-28y 6 ii— 29 / 6 «— 29 j 8 a— 30> 
8 6— 30/ 9a 

Chaplin, — ,11 m H e 

Colonel, 21 /6 a 

Childers, — , 13 a 7 ^—20 a 7 i— 24 a 6/ 



— 9w8</— 19/7a 

Churchill. Lord R., 12> 8 6 

Cochrane, BailUc, 7 a 7 d — 9 m 9 c 

Coleridge, Lord, 14 a 8 c— 22 ; 6 a 

Coope, — , 1 1 a 8 6 

Cotton, Alderman, 11 a 9 a 

Courtney, — , 4 tm 8 a— 11 m 6 h — 7 / 9 « 

Cowen, — , 6 a 7 b— 12 a 6 6—5 to 9 e 

Cowper, Earl, 27 o 7 6 

Cowper-Temple, — , 3 m 6 c 

Crawford, S., 21 ; 6 6 

Cross, — , 6 a 7 6—7 a 8 a— 18 a 8 d—2ii a 

6 6—2 m 9 a— 5 m 9 «— 8 m 8 /— 6> 7 d— 8> 8 



a-20./ 6 c— 277*7/ 

Dartmouth, Earl of, 27 a 7 6 

Delahunty, — . 9 / 9 o 

Derby, Earl of , 1 7 a 7 r— 20 « 6 c— 25 a 6 

a— 5 m 9 a— 9 to 8 6—16 to 6 6—16 j 8 a— 20 

jSa 

Dilke, Sir C, U a 10 c— 5 ? 6 </— 80 i 8 d 

Dodson, — , 20 a 7 /— 21 a 10 a— 24 a 6 < 

— 1? 7€— 20 7 6r— 27j7d 

Dorchester, Lord, 26 ; 6 a 

Downing, — , 28 a 9 e 

Dudley. Earl of, 17 a 7 « 

Duff, Grant, 27 a 8 d 

E^erton, A., 11 a 8 c— 24 a 7 c—ldj 7 a 

Elcho, Lord, 12 w 9 6—1 ; 7 6 & c 

Eralyn, Lord, 30 i 9 c 

Enfield, Viscount, 20 a 6 a—9j 8 6 

Errington, — , 28 a 9 a 

Eslington, Lord, 21 a 9 / — 9 w 9 e 

. Fawcett, — , 25 a 7 d — 15 m 7 e — 6 j 7 a— 

^ 22;7<— 29i7 6 

-^ Fitzmaurice, Lord E., 9/8 d— 30 ; 9 a 

. Forster, W. £., 21 a 10 c— 25 a 6 «— 11 n 

7 e— 9 /9a 
Forsyth, — , 11 a 9 a— 14 a 9/— 11 to 7 «•— 

7>9c— 29 jl e 

-^ Eraser, Sir W., 14 a 10 o 

Gladstone, W. E., 21 a 9 c— 25 o 8 «— 1 « 



7 6 & c— 8 TO 6 d— 8 TO 7 a & c— 16 w 8 e— 5 
Goldney, — , 6 to 9 /*— 30 j" 9 a 



Gordon, Sir A., 10 a 7 / 

Gorst, — , 6 a 7 «— 13 a 1 c— 19 a7 a 

Goschen, — , 13 a 7 e— 14 a 10 c— 20 a 7 e 

—27 a 8/— U TO 10 a—Sj 6 d— 19^ 7 c & d— 

30 / 9 e 
Granville, Earl, 17 a 7 a— 21 a 8 c— 27 a ^ 

a— ^ in % c— \:) TO ^ d— \% lu G d— 5 j 6 a 

Gray,- ,V^j^b 

Grwne, — , "i m ^ e 



Jnne 30, 1877] palj^bu's index to " thb tiues " NEWspAfKR. 



FkrliamenUTj Speochea (ixmiimud). 

Gregory, — , IB u 8 6—21 a lU i— 30 j" S rf 

Grey, Earl, 1!4 n c— 25 « 6 a 

Haiiiiliun, Lurd Claud, 2 j 8 u 

LonlG., ;iij(i(-2:;;7/-S(;; (i/— 29 



H«nbury, — , HalQI 


— .- 


(1 


«-7jB6 




Hanbury-Twcy, -. 2 










Harwiurl, Sir W^ 19 




(.- 


27 o 8 rf- 


15 


«7a-l3(«/,-'j'Ji7e 










Hardcaille, -. J m S c 










Hirdy.-, U,.!.6-2 


a 


10 


—27 a 8 


— 



Harruwby, Earl of, 87 a 7 u— 18 m 

;■(!* 
Uartingtan, Marquis of, It i 8 «— 

rf— 25 II e rf— lo 111 T e— u> 7 a-3U; 1 

Haveluck, Sir H., 2i;j 7 e 

Henley, — . 7 / 9 e 

• Uenuiker. Lunl. 2!) jd h 

Henry. Hiuh li, 2U a 7 6—21 a 10 



i w7a 



iiytf.i 



. JJ .» 10a 

Her«chell, — n / IP /,— 29> 7 e 

. llerTcy, Lord F., 27 n 8 a—'Jj 8 e 

Hilibert, — , 30;«6 

Hicka-Uenth. Sir M, 18 a 8 d—25 u 8 i- 

m8 /— 5Bi9e— l2/7e— leySle 

. Hill, Stanley, 19 a 7 i— 27 « 8 « 

. Holms, J., 10 a 8 a— 2ti ,* 7 a 

W., 20 a 7 a 

Holt, — . 8 II, 6 n 

— Hope. Bereiford, 21 a 8 e— 27 a 8 e— 2 i, 



- Iia 



-, 1 1 a 8 



lk<i-l'J) 



— Jackmin, Sir H., 13 / 7 < 
James. — , 1 1 a 3 f—5 / G c 

SirH. H)in84— a;9c— I4j9 6— ICj9 

c— 29> 7 d 

Jenkins, F... na9i-15»7d 

Jerrii, Colonel. 



FarliMuenttry SpeediM fi anriniMd). 

Lord Advocate, IG j 9 a 

ChanL-ellor, 14 a M a * e— 18 a 7 ■— 8 /7 

a— 13j 7 u— 2:i ; fi &-27 j 7 a 

Lowe. — , 27 a 8 ,1-6 m 9 rf-29 ; 6 / 

Lowther, J., 2 m 8 e 

Lubbork, Sir J., 27 a 8 <— 12 w 9/ 

Lu»h, J)r.. 8 in 6 c— 19j 7 rf 

Manley, Lord l>e, 12 j 7 b 

Mannon, I.unl J., 9 m 10 b 

- Maniii. — , 27 n 6 e—JT u 9 rf 

M'Arlhur. Alilvrmnn. 2 w 8 c—3 jS t 

M'ljHn-n. — , a Hi6 r—lGJti/ 

Melilon. — . Iti ; 9 4 

Midleton, Visuoant, 29} 6 A 

MitihuU, Htnrv. ej 7 e 

Montagu, I^rd' It, 21 o i 

MonlHUJii.-riu, — , 19 u 7 <■ 

Morgan, t).. li m B d — hj I! e 

- Murk-y. t:iiil of, 27 a 7 *— 29) ff ft 

Mowbray, — , 27 a 8 r—b j (i e 

Mundclla, — . 13 a 7 e— 24 a 7ft-3a>i0i^ 

Nelson, 'l'j.ri. 2U / B 6 

- NewdPE"te.— 21 o9/— 12m9rf— W/lirf 
KiH-l. iit-rard, U .1 ■!/ 

KoLin, Capmiii. U>U r 

Norihbrook, Karl of. l(i / 8 (i 

O'Clery, — . !:. «i 7 d 

(rConor Don. 2H a 9 e 

O'Donnell. — , 30j 10 a 

O'Donoghue, -. 28 a 6/~7jitd 

mioniian, .yi.jur, 5m9 t 

. 0"Lo((hiLTi, bir l.olnmn, 2» a 7 a— 10 hi 8 i' 



-21 a 7 t- 



-2 J 8 



-13 y 









- Johnstuiie. liuiler, I 

KeniMJy.Ur.. 12iiiii/— 14ii lOa— 12i 

Kiniberley. IJirl of, 24 a « u— 20 / G u 

King, Harmiin. 2.-. atid 

Kingacule. Colunul. 2 ; 8 e 

Knatchbull-Hugcssen, — , 13 n 7 i/— i 

i— 30j 9 d 

Lning, — , 1 1 w 7 a 

Landiduwne, Marqui* of, 17 a 7a — 27 

Lawrence, Sir J., 1 1 h A 

Lord. IH(8.- 

Lawaon, Sir Wi.frid, 23 a 7 e— i! ; 

■ lieatham, — , 27 / 7 e 

LesUe, Sir J., 5 n. a s 

Lovedon-Gower, — , II « 7 e 

Uwis. C, 25 a 7 /■ 

Linvuln, lIi>lio]i of, 27 a 7 i/ 

LindMi/. Cohuc! Uiy^. U mBb 

Uiiyil. ilurgaa, U) «i 8 a 

— — — Saiopavo, 2'JJ C & 



l'«.i Artbur, 18 a S a 

.Sir Hobert, 11 m 7 J 

Pen:;-. IC«rl 10 « 7 f 

PuterlmruUKb, lib Imp of, iSnrCft 

rliiytair. Dr., II a ««- jj 7 «— 19 j 7 i^- 

I'tunkct,- , 23a9-l)— Uj9u— 2t>8c 



- Itnlesilale, Earl of, 1" m 

- Heed,—, Ilia Te—lllj 

- Kiehmond', Duke of, 27 i 



- Kirdiii'. - 

- Ito-lw " 



— 2fi a 8 n 



Korbuck, — , 14" 1 

— — Uosebery. l.OTil. 2irii v i, 

— Earl of, r.> 1.1 li <r&<i 

■ R«Bsel\.^vte,.,\' HV\r 

fcW\!U\l\, \i\lV.Q -J^.'J 'U * l* 

— Ky\iMia«, — . W i *> 1' . ^ „ 

1 Kl j S c 



Vcj: 



rAi.3iKK's iNDKX T<> "TiTK TiMKs " KKwai'ArKn. ["Apnl I U> 



Furliament^iry Speeches Uontinufd). 

SanuidM. — , 24 a 7 a — V^ j 7 /" 

- — -- S.'un nelson, — , 7 « 7 c 

Sa.'wiford. — , 1 / 7 </ 

. Siiinlori. Lord. 21^8 /— m S /* 

St. .\llwuis. Duke of, '1j< a S 6--12 m 8 a 

— - ScI{iter-Bo«)Jh. 7 n 7 r—'2\ •/ 7 e— 1 / 7 f. 

Solbornu. Loid, 27 a 6 /'— l^ m 7 b — 8 ; 7 6 

. S»'l\vin-lbl>ef$on, Sir H., 3 m 6 d 

Ml.iw, — , J.'i (I (i r 

Lefeviv. :i» « i) /;--2 w 8 /— 12 m 9 e—lO 

Sheridan, II. B., 15 /" 7 « 

- — Muitt*, General. 2(> / 7 i* 

Sinclair, Sir J. T.. )5 m 7 c 

Sniiili, V". H.. « .f 7 c~l»7 8/-27 / 7 d 



Sniyih. P., 28 > {\ d 

Sinoliett. — , 22 / 7 r— ;U / 8 c 

SulKiior-Goiiernl. U a y o -2G ri 6 A— lo^' 

i^ //— 27 / 7 e -21); 7 r 
Somerei, Duke of, 27 a 7 €—12 m 8 ^— 9> 

S f/ 

Spink?. Serjoant, IS a 7/-u0/9 c 

. — - Stauford. UeiU'tt, ITi /« 7 </ 

Staidi"pe. E., .'Jo ; 9 d 

- — — SlJiult'v, --» 1(» a iS r/— 2(1 / 7 d 



Sittiiek-VI, —. 2-1 o 8 u-^o\)j 6 f 

' StrnthitlvM. l.oid of. 2M n (i n 

^ SiiUkvuiU. — > 12 " *■» </— 2.'* <i t> !• — c*» w y e — 

iS III 7 " 

• Tjillxif, -^. iii.:/ 8 </ 

'r„> l„r. 1\. I 1 a S /,_!) / M ,/_20 / ♦> h 

Trevi Ivno. — . 27 </ 8 <*— Hi im (i <; — r> y (> c — 

;;o i ^ // 
^ . Vivjj.n. II.. '.» m y '.-^2 i S ./ 

• \V;td<iy. — , lli '/ it II ^ ti — i'» hi ij / 

, W:djn;!e. — , II /; .s </ 

- - Walur. — . 12 /.' '.» ' 

« — - Wjur, Knrl l)e La, .* m « — IZ m 8 r— 9 j 
8 /; 

- - Wnvcnev, Lord, 2() a « A 8 w G a 
. Wh.dlov, — , 21 a 10 A— « ;■ 7 d 

Wilniot'. Sir E.. 10 m s //— r.> ; 9 l>-^V6j 7 c 

. Wiiu'he'-lor. liishtip <rf, 27 a 7 Ij 

Wolff. Sir H.. -^ /*/ 8 c 

r \Vvii»ih:un. Ter V. 1) /// f> 

Yoik. iXurljIiiOio;) of. •/.! -/ 7 *' — 18 w (t c 

r.-jri'i-ll (('. S.) on Piirliainen ary iJchiviuur, 20 

./ '"^ '■ . . 

FarMunssliipK Di'Solved, 4 */ 8 h — 7 a C f — 11 n 9 

e—\\ a 11 /»— 1^ // (; </— 21 a 10/— 2r> a 8 a— 

'jv ,; in r— 2 fn 11 / — .'. //. JO .-^.14 m 10 /--12 m 

7 / — 16 i.j 8 rt— !*9 «/ 10 ^/— 23w<8 A— 2(1 iw 10 c 

->;30 wj 8 r— 2 / 8 /-^(I / M A— 9 / 10 6— Ki > 8 c 

— U; / 10 r-— 2()> (i /— 2;J y 10 0—27; 8 6— 80> 

1 2 e 

Vrnty WmUji, ^'8 ,„ 0/ 

r,»rfnt Offit't^' E'.Minoniy. 3 w 9/ 

I': troKijfo 11 d Part\ . 2 ^ //» 8 ,'/ 

i':iii,.or thildrv' 1 in N:ipL*^. 9 a 1 1 d — 1 1 « 10 6 

l*iu])<'ris»n. Monthly Heturn. 2<J in 9 f 

r. .'.c» ^ociety, J'ubiic MtieUng. 2'i w Lj/ 

/'o.ff'fi C'ntn ill Jh'l.iwur. 'J'.i m 1) r 

J's'/trson (Emma, Murm) on Kif.ibli-liing an 

A Df,'Jo' American Ilnnw in Uovw. 2 /r^^ p 

n-cJ/ir^'^CvrJ^cau'S, tt :uip Dut\ oXij 'Jo m 4 / 



I 



PtM'k (^Franci-*) on Overcrowding, 5 a \\ e 
Peel V Luurt'Dce) on ilie Fuller ( ase, 29/1* II f* 

Indian Jutiijes and ihe Executive, 11 j ♦» /' 

Pi^erage of Harnard, 12 m 12 /' 

Pclsall Coal and In)n (\)mpany, lo / 10 d 
Pender (John; on the Direct Cubic Companv, 2."» 

; 9 a 
Peninsular and Oriental Steam XaTigation Coui* 

pany. 19 m 9 o—'Mi m 7 /_H y G e 
Penny Grie^arce. 19 m .*) d 
Pentecost, Fesiival of. 19 ui ^c 
Penzanee ^Lord; his Salary. 18 a 10/ 
Pepper. State of Trade in, 5 a 7 / 
Purak, New Sultan, 18 a 3 e 
Permissive Bill, 21 w 4 tt 

Meeting^ at Exeter Hall about. 29 / 10 / 

at Kennifijfton about, 7 j \'2 d 

Persia— Mr. Arnold's Account of. 31 m 12 6 

Ma.sgacre of Pilf^ims at Me^lina. 17 a '* U 

MisrellamoUH NewH, 18 'i o d — 19 a o 6 

Pilgrims at Medina Attacked by Tutks. 27 

a o f 

Sanitary Keforra in. 25 m 11 h 

the Shah C«>nfer8 Orders on Prince Mibn 

and others. iU in 5 d 

WaitiiiLT to Occupy Ba^da ', 1 ; 5 r 

Peru and lireat Britain. 5 / lu n 
Peterborough. Conservative Banquet at. 5 >/ H # 
PetiJioning the Queen Mr. I)<* Morgan and Mr. 

Cro-<s. 7/11/ 
Pe*r« kMim. State of Trade in. .' /» 7 /' 
Phaiifoni ('«rri!;ie in Hyde Park. 18 a 10 / 
Pluiruniceutic^U S<»eiety, Annual ('Onver.<<azione. 

17 »/i 10 r 

Phear (J B.) on Indian Fnukines and Village 

(i>g;uuv.a'»<»n. 12 »i IU a 
IMu•as;lnt^' Egirs. Notes on. 29 vt 7 f 
Phillips ^.I. Uowland^ on i!ily Comp.anies, 17 a 



12 



«• 



(Lewiit; on the •* Courier of Lyonn," 24 

m 6 d 

CNV.) on Cavendish Colleges 22 n^ 4 d 

Phonetic Spelling, 12 w 1:1 d 
Phrenix P>irk Riot Case, Judgment, 1 ; 5/ 
Pho?])ho-Guano Compnny, >5 ; 10 /» 
Physicians, Koyal C<»ilege of. Annual Conitrtii* 

zione. 21 / 10 (/ 
Piano Manufi.ctuiinjf. II ; 12 c 
Pigott (Kkhaid) on M.". O'SuUivan in Prison, 2 

a 8y" 

Pigou & Co. an<l the Spurious Finn. 19 o 9 /' 
PiHi. Bros. & Co. PopUu Factory t.> he a Liiiiite^ 

Compikny. 14 /8 </ 
Pitcairn v. Island 12 o 10 A 
Plague Chinej'e Treainient of, ^ ui 4/ 

in Bagdad, 27 a 1 1 n 

in Teiieran. 20 n 5 /" 

Planet Mars Mr. Gill's Expedition to Ot>9erv^ 

17/r r>/ 
Plate IX'siu'ns, ft>r the Paris Exhibition, 17 w» 9 / 
Plater (Count ^ Letter to Mr, Gladstone on 

Poland. 2;i m 9 / 

on P^hnd, 17/^7 </— 23 m9 f 

Plenro-Pneunioniji. 2i; i 7 e 

V\nmMert(\ ^'muwvim, ^Vt. X'i^ \!lor^n Kcmavr« 

t\\i^' V\m\o^> ;>iA\t\/ii III \\ d— 'Vi m"; c— V^ x"^ 



.iiuie 80. is:;.] p 

I'liinKtviiil Ci)mniiin. Illf^nl A 

Mr. Kimlwr's Letltir. W i 

Uvply lo till! Iiiquirv Why Mr. I)e Morgan 

was LilHjriitwl bi'ton- hia ■riiin;. 'i-i w i> e 
Ittaion for lt«hw»iiis Mr. IJu ilurgun, 2;t j 



- i)nrq'ii-nn. L.. fur Fmii<t. it m \[ d 

- liirr. Aiidruw. (or KurBlaiy. ^S „ l;t f 

- UiiiTii.nl. H. 1'., fur Ailviiliiied FrBud, -lOJ 

- Barrf. George, fur DrunlCL'nneBS, &c,, t'l « 



iV<liii[i9, Ch;irlu3, fur t)iimugjn;{ > Lial 

I'uupers, ti '/ <'• li 

■■ -— »nd Altml'TiiriK-r. fur Burgl.try, *> a 
II e 

. AfBliHtion C»?e. 1-' " 12 >i 

Akeri, llicllanl Wnlu^r, for Astnul:, 'ii m 



■AXlwg •> 

Applimlioit Ici V.jxt Lnil(n-rs Suffering ii'ilh 

Sniiill 1'kx, Vii.' 11 d—\liin 11/ 

alxiiit 11 Luiintic WutiiHn, 18 i U a 

(ur u Licuiiii! tu Iteniove Cnltlc. ) ii 

to Kemove Mr. Gardncra' UcggHra, 14 m 

■S/ 

Hbout Sladu ("ime, S m U '— M m 12 e 

. loStop Setlingtliu ■■ Kruiisuf l'hilii»oplij" 

in tlitt»lro.-i<. U>m t-I,i 

ahiiul Unwnworthy Ship, 7 nt la ft 

ArfliiT. (ill!., for A»-aulr. 2:1 /nil/ 

Annv Clutliiiig Ueparlmunt Nuisance akoul 

IGall'c/ 
Ashby, Jsme» Bcnnelt, tur AsbhuU, SS J 

12 c 
Tliomns, for Keeping Pulroleum Without 

m Liuence, m)( 14'' 
— ~ AnhwtKxl, Kli T... fur Knihozzli'T 

a— a,; II '—14 J l:'''~I'> / 12 u 
Aikins, AlfrcJ. for Uailway Act Offence, 10 






iiiultvratiMl Milk, If 



Bamberger. StanJL'y, fui 

. »/!"*,, C/ara, for AlU'm 



lUil 



Itiisa-t. Mr«. VAUli, fur Afsaulling her 

Miiiii, \*i \tyf 

Itiudieliir. —fur Smoke Nuisance. !l m 14 u 

liaieiii.tn, Jijieph, fur Neglecting hi* Duty, 

Italtan, Itlchanl, fur Burglary, Ifi m IS a— 

v;l HI 1 1 e 
. — l(eMufi>y, Wiu., fur Kavigation Act Uffcncc, 

Bciivii, ]tutley l!:dvranl, for Attempted Sul- 

dil.-, 21 'II 12 d 

ThuH. H., fur SuUing Adulterated Bread, 

I'i / 14 I' 

Beeilhani, Juhn, for CultingBTid Wounding 

22 n 12 (I 

Uecaton, E., fur AMBult, I j 12 n 

Heii^ng I'ereoni, Sli m 13 e 

liellamy, Tliumiui, and uihen, fur Cruelty 

to An'mals, lUd II d 

Jteojun, Henry, for StcxUng. 1 f 12 « 

Beresford. Lord Murcus, iind Mr. Jones, 



AuckUnil. ICliBilmlh. fiirStabbing. 2! 

Bailey. Georgi;. for Stubbing. 4 « 12 

Henry, fur Aihunlt, 4 ( 14 n 

B-ilcer, Fmiicis, fur Selling Adulterated 

Milk. 2:. ,-14 a 

jHinen. for Wife As'diilt. 2 

.Marthji. for Attein[.ting ( 

Mi>tre<s. IH n 10 'i 
Win . for Wi'e A*snult, 21 

Ball. Jusc{ih, for Druiikuime. 

KniU, li.'.iry, tor A 

Uallisa, George .'"i 



Itevinn, rlnirltfin, for Crucltv to a Game 

Co.'k. -i'. .If.' 

lieverly. W.. for Selling Adultfrjled Keas, 

l!l m 13 /■ 

Bii'klev. Milneraxd Pickering, lur Asuaiill, 

7jUd " 

- Bird. Thus., for Senrling Bnd Ment to .Mar- 
ket. 2.-. » 12.1 

Biss. Wm., f.ir Stealing, 2S « 1 ! /" 

Bis.-'el. Wni. and Geo. Curtis, for StenUng, 

22 m 12 '1 

Hlock, James, for Stealing. 23«i II «— .W 

mil-; 

Dliide. Ann. for Drunkenness. Cn II (/ 

Billing, .lames, for llnme Stenllng. [!/ I2ii 

Bliaird, James, for Aa'aiili, IS j 12 « 

lilnuk. J.iniv!i. fur Sienli]ig. I3j 12 <i 

Bi>ldlng. Williiini, and another, for Sanitary 

Act Offence. 17ii 11 « 

Bune, Geo . for Ref using to have liJs Child 



Wife Aismlt. 
Act Clf. 
rler. 2 1 t,- 



- lilKll 



I. .f>iliii. for Stealing. 2 / 1 
HI. II--nry. f..r A-iiiilt. 4 



il, 



°n'iuV,oi>. MaeTn«.^,B.vs&.\vA^o' 



Po! 



»» 



IWLMKU S INUKX TO " THE TIllKS NKWSPAPEK. 



[April 1 to 



Po]ic« (roiitinued\, 

Iirji(ll.:>ugli nnl Bezant, for I'viblishing 

(.)i.siviit' Konks. () a 11 t — i8 n 1 1 (l—2i)n 1 1 d 

Hreaki'v and Hvan. for Hobb rv, 5 /« ll /' 

' Biftr. Walter, for KmbezzlejueJit, 2.S m lie 

Brickmakers Striko, fc>uimiJon«e8 about, 18 

m \ 1 / 

Bridges, P. Ganton, for Wife Assault, 8 m 



1-2 e 

— Briers, Charles, for Assault, 07 12 a — 20 j 
12 a 

Britten, Thomas, and Louisa Caird, for 



Burglary, a 1 1 6 

— Bn>der, Win., for Steahng, 27 a 12 a— 28 
u ia<! 

— Bronifleld, Thomas, for Fraud, 15 / 4y 

— Brooks, George, for Wife Assault, 20 m 13/ 

— Brown, Andrew, for Drunkenness, &c., 21 
m Via 

George, for Assault, 8 m 12 e 

James, for Assault, 12 <i 12 a 

for Burglary, o mi 14c 



12 rt 



Robert, for Manslaughter, 2'Jwi 11 e — o j 

Thomas, for Selling Indecent Books, 13 
a 12 a— 23rt 11 e 

— Browne, Samuel, and Mary Jane, for Mur- 
dering their Children, i j H d 

— Bull, Geo., for Wife Assault. 20 / 12 o 
Bunker, Thomas W., for Threats. 7 a 12 a 



' Burkell, Thos. Geo., tor Breach of Contract, 

2 in 13 e 
Burnell, Thos., and others, for Cattle Act 

Offence, 2\ a \A h 

Burns. Quiun, and others, for Riot, 27 i 9/ 

•>— ~ Burrell, Giorge, for Drunkenness, &c., 27 a 

12 a 
Burrows, Robert Henry, for Stealing, 31 w 

11 e 

Burton, Charles Robert, for Fraud, 1 7« 11 

e— 4/M ii/_i8m ll,/~15.;12a— 21 7 12 a 
— — Busby, Frederick, for Abusive Language, 5 

alia 
Butler, Geo. Wm.. and others, for Cruelty 

to Cats, 24 </ 12 /.— 2G a 10/ 

. James, for Assault, \o m 12 a 

- Buxton, Frederick, for Inciting to Rescue, 

10 mile 
Byrne, Henry, for Cruelty to Animals, 17 

a 11 d 

Byron, Susan, for Assault, 1 ; 12 a 

Cnllow, and George, for Threats, 07 12 a 

Calo, Raffaeli, and his Wife, for Cruelty to 

their Son, 10 a 11 e— 17 a 11 d—'2A a 12 ^—1 

»i 11 e 
Cameron, John, for Manslaughter, 23^ 14 

6— 2y ;• 12 c 
Thomas Brough, for Embezzlement, 6 / 

12 a 

Cane, Thomas Joseph, and another, for 

Assault, 9 M 1 1 e 

Canns, Fred. William, for Assault, 19 j 

12 a 

C/ipp, Veter, for Asjsault, 24 ;« 11 c 

CuproJl, James, and others, for Drunken- 

ncss, lScc., 29 m U 6 

- Care, TJiomas, for Assault, 9 m li a 



Folioe O'ontinufid). 

Casseras, Wm., for Selling Indecent Photo* 

graphs. \\ if 14 c 

Castle, luhvanl, for Loitering, 25 ^ 14 a 

— Henry for Wife Assault. 7 / 13 e 

Uatchpole, George, for Wife Assault, 12 a 

12 a 

Caunter, — , for Railway Act Offence, 23 a 



— Chapman, John, and Frederick, for Steal- 
ing, 8 tn 12 e— 19 w 13 e 

Charlton, Mary Jane, for Cruelty to a Dog, 



19 a 11 e 
— — Cheshire, and Learj', for Nuisance, 29 m 

11 d 
Chi vers, Charles, for Refusing to Give up 

Books and Papers Belonging to a Society, 25 

7 14 r 
Churcher, Edward, and another, for Cattle 

Act Offence, 24 m il e 

Chown, Wm., for Asr^ault, 12 a 12 a 

Clark, Charles, and another, for Embezzle* 

nicnt, 4 a 12 a 

Clay, Thomas Linsey, for Stealing, 21 o 



Ub 



Clements, Dennis, for Assault, 10 a 1 1 e 



Clifford, Patrick, for Carrying a Gun With* 

out a Licence, 15 ; 12 a 
Clifton, Henry, and others, for Removing 

Catt!e Without Licence, 1 (> a 1 1 a 
Clinker, Elizabeth, lor Stealing, &c^ 14 ; 

13 e 

Clinton, Lord Albeit, for Non-Payment of 



a Cab Fare, 2 a 9 /— 5 alia 

— Codlin, James, for Reckless Dnving, 18 ; 
14 a 

— Codlin, James, for Reckless Driving, 18 j 
14 a 

— Cole. John, for Burglary, 24 m 11 e 

— Coley, Wm., and another, for Assault, 8 m 
12 e 



— Collier, John, for Assault, 10 a 11 « 

— Colliery Rioters, at Rotherham, 16 a 9/ 

— Collins, Daniel, for Assault, Aj 14 a 
John, for Robbery, 12 ; 5 rf 

— Conolly, James, and others, for Disorderly 
Conduct, 27 ;■ 12 A 

— Conway, Isaac, and others, for Stealing, 11 
; 14 a 

— Conynhanj, Maud Godfrey, for Fraud, 1 1 
m 11 /— 15 m 12 n- 19 m 13 c— 2G wi 13 e— 30 
w 1 1 d 

— Cunningham, and others, for Murder, 29 j 
12 c 

— Cook, James, for Stealing. 8/11 e 
John, for Drunkenness, &c.. 2/146 

and Smiih, for Removinij Cattle Without 



a Licence, 28 a 13 /" 

— Cooper, Lucy, for Stealing, 2 a 9 e 

Henry G.. for Taking in a Pledge from a 



Child, ir>a 11 e 

John, for Picking Pockets, 2 a 9 « 

Wm., and anoiher, tor Obstruction, 20 a 



11 e 



— CopVatvd, — , lot XdMU^Yt\.UotL Act Offence, 
2\ III VI b 




PoUco (n 


»/i,i-n. 






I'oul 


on. Tli(iTii»H. fur Dfl 




1 ., 1 1 /- 




tmiy, 'J'liumiis. ti.r 


Jkar. 


]K,lis IakmI 


MnnsKc 


nii-iit Al-I OBiTi *. U 


y 1.1 f 




. Vox. 


AiLii-liH. for St Hiving 


aCl.id. i.-.,:i / 


A 


hur, illJ ulhifrti, fur 


Fiuu 


, l^-'n 13.. 


— I'Jo 


1 d 






-■ ■ ■ Kd 


wnni, for Stenling. 3 


m 11 




Cres 


well. Alfred, for Allowinj; 


H Ferocious 


Dog to 








Cre« 


Jaine*, and anoihe 


, for 


BtMling. 2 


n 13 «- 


9». 14a 






CroB 


. Philip, for Threal 


^J 


4 „-4./ U 






I. for KsepiDK » Still Wiih- 



—7 ) ia« 

and Sherwood, for Explos 

Crui-lty to Wild Fowls, for Suiumunses 

about -il alio 

Cullwn, Dennis, for Aisault, Via 

■ Cunninghiun, WiUiim, for Assault, 10 a 

11 t 
Thomat, and another, for Befusing to 

Work. 21 a ■ ■ ■ 
Currey. Stephen, and another, for Selling 

"FruilB of Philosophy", 20 i 12 a 
Curtis. Fred. John, nnd others, for Absent- 
ing TliemBeWes from Duly, 10 in 13 * 
Dakin, Thomas, for Murdering his Sister, 

22 m 6 d—2S m 9 f 
D'Ampragio, Antooio, and another, for 

Annoyance, 10 m U 
Davies, John, for Selling Adulterated Milk, 

8> 11 /■ 
Robert Kjre, for Picking Pockets, 14 j 

13* 
Samuel, for Keeping a Male Servant 

Wilhout a Licence, 22 > 1 2 a 
and Herons, for Exposing Shorn S 

for Sale, 2fi n 9 / 

Davit. John, for Aranoll. 9 m U a 

Thomas, for Stealing, 8 / 11 / 

. Day, Henry, for Cattle Act Offence, 23 m 

nf 

for PostinR Bills, 30 m II e 

Devan, Alfred, for Attempted Mnrder, i 

It 
• Denton, Marie, and another, tor Fraud, 16 

•n 12 a 
DevoU, Samuel Edward, for Libel, 27 r 

12 n 

Dewley, Maiy. for Stealing, 1 5 i 1 2 a 

■ Dance, Mrs., Formerly a Shaker, to Compel 

her Hustrand to Support her and her Children, 

13 n 12 £—19 D 11< 

Diion. Frank, and another, for Stealing, 30 

mild— 5 jU a 
Dodge, Joseph, a Cabman, for Demanding 

More than his Fare, 26 ; \2 I 

■ Dollinpr, Constable, for Asi 

Dongal, George Richard, for Fraud. T j 

13/ 
^— Douglas, K. N. M., for Kefusmg to Pay his 

Fai-e, 23j 1* a 
■ Do*er, James, vnd another, for Selling 

Adulterate] Slilk. 24 >a It t 
Duiraci, Clarhs, M.R.C.S., (or Fraud, 20o 



Kchevarria, C.ipt., for Cattle Transit Of- 

/eii.'u. -H m if 
Kdgiiigion. Edwin Thomas, snd others, for 

Fraud. 3i)<i 11 c— 3 hi II e— 9 m 14 u 

I'^.Iinead*, Chas., for Assault, 26 »t 1.1 f 

Edwards, Julin, and another, for Burglary, 

4 a 12 

for Fraud, 10 ui 1 1 / 

Edward, fur Assault, Soil e— 2i n 13 y 

Emerson. Mrs. C, Application (or Assist 

ance. 3U a 11/ 
Eldon, Wm., and another, for Cruelly to « 

Horse, Ilj 14 'r 

Elliott. Ambrose, for Stealing. T ; 13 e 

Kllis. Mnry Ann, for Stealing, 26 in 13 s 

Elson, Thomas, for Attempted Wife Hur< 

der, I4y 13 s 
and Hanson, for Leaving their Woik 

Without Giving Notice, :W / 4 6 
Erlan, Major, tor a Summons for Assault, 

Evans, Thomas, for Attempted Suicide, 23 

mil/ 

Everett, James, for Crudty to a Horse, I< 

"18/ 

Faircloth, Charles Duncan, for Forgery, 18 

;8 6 

. Fairbank, Joseph, for Explosives Act Of- 
fence, 4 m 11 / 

Fareweather, James, for Posting Bills, 28 

Falkncr. and Asliptant, for Befusing to 

Show a List of Tenants, 8> 11/ 
Favel, Jane, fur Murder, 11 a 13 e— 16 a 10 

d—Uahf 
Felton, James, for AUowing Gambling in 

his House. 1 1 (< 13 e 
Ffrance, Itobert, for Cruelty to his Horses, 

8/11 /■ 
Fenton. Thos., for Not Disinfecting hi* 

House. 16^*14 6 
Fidgoll Thos,, for Disorderly Conduct, 18 

"H/ 
Field. Geo., for Drunkenness and Assault, 



II I 

Fisher. PhUip. for Stealing, II ;' 14 a 

Filigibbon, Mai-gatet, a,vvl M^fCwei^ Vsi 

Asaftu\l., \^ i W o ^ .„ 

Barg.\aTv , '2 n 9 f . -^3 



JJTcnch. Herbert, for Fjmu;!, *J«I m ]'A f 
hikI I'l'milumi.ior .iloviiij; L atilc VViihout 



a hiceiic'o 27 </ i'J a 

— I'lillaj^tT, JiAui \]i]\v.. for Stc iling. 2 a U e 

— (JarlauU, Louisa, for Uobbery. \) i \'6 d 

— (ia.rott, tjaiiii'.s, aiul oiher., for biealing, 
•J.> /wile 

— Gariihain, Edw., for Attempted Suicide, 2 
jn I'o e 

— (Jibbs, Elizabeth, for ^[«nsUlughtc^. 3 a 1 1 r/ 

— (iibiM)n, Mary Ann, tor Assault, 16 m 11 / 
-— (jilleit. Geo. Allied, for having a Large 

Quantity of reUoleuiii on his Preuiiaes, 12 m 

— Gil more, Rev. Mr./for Sanitary Act Offence, 
IS a 11 e 

— Glascodine, Wni., for Railway Act Offence, 
20 7 1 2 c 

— Gliddon, Alfred, and others, for Conspiracy, 
r.) Ill [:i e— 25 m \\ e-6 j W / 

— Gobby and Eldridgc, for Assault. 20 / 12 a 
Godfrey. Edw., lor a J^icence, 8 //* 12 / 



Godhard. Luther, fi»r Manslaughter. 2'i in 8 b 

Golding. Francis Chas., tor Fraud, 3 a lUr 

—11 a V6U 

' Goodall, Geo., for Stealing, Gall e 

' Goodchild, — . lor A.-aistaoce, 20 _; 12 c 

James, for Nuisance, ;IJ m lie 



— Goude, Wm., for Intoxicating Liquors Act 
Offence, 7 w 12 b 

— Goodwin, Geo., for Cattle Act Offence, 11 
jUd 

— Gould, Christopher, for Fraud, 19 ci 1 1 « 
— Graham, Caiberine. for Stabbing, 21 a 
lib 

— Gray, Wm., for Railway Act Offence, 1 j 
12 a 



ChiU 



—16 



— H; 
2(ij I 

— ilj 
Dogs 

— Ih 

— ll:i 
/ 12 ,/ 

— Ha 
m \i]j 

-— Ha 

— Ha 
Street 

— Ha 
26 in 1 

— Ha 
Moiht 

f 

.— Ha 

F>aud 

J 

> 

— Ha 
Offeiu 

— Ha 

— Ha 
a 12 u 

— Ha 



lO 30, 1377.] PALiiEn's index to thk " times 

LOO iroHlinufd}. 

- tlutnmingj. Luk?. f< 



KE\TSrArEIl. 



- — Hcrb«rt, J. C.for^lLngAdullurulcil 
II a t»< 

llemng, Wm., for Drunkenness, ic, 26 j 

Heiter. JoMpb Grsy, for Felony. 11 / U a 

UigjpBS. Martin, for Auault. it n 11 « 

MiU, Alice, fur 8teiilinit,:!3'i I2a— II m]\e 

Chiun (or Firing vB ■ Gun id Use Publiu 

Highwu;, ialOl- 

Marid. for Threata, 27 ; 12 i 

Hlllier. Henr;, and anolht;r, for Selling 

Bad Heat, 1 / 1:! a 
Uoldfarook, a Hulicenisn, for Siaung » 

Wotunu's Life, 20 ; 12 a 
liolluidt. Wm., fur Embezzlement, 6 o 11 

d—[-ia 12a— 20 a 11 d 

UalDiaa, Geo., for Allowing bis Dog lo 

Worry Sheep, 6} Via 

Uuimei, Geo., far AUowing bii Dog to 

Uiicurb the Waterfowl in the Pnrk, Ha 14 6 

Jamei, and Another, for Violent Aaiault, 

2«3/ 

Hook, St. Pierre Butler, for Neglecting his 

Wife and Children, fi a 11 e— 13 n 12 n 
- Hooper aud Jolty, for Cattle Act Offence, 

SeU MUk 





Foliro ('v.H/iniip.O- 


Aii«.iiilt, 3j i:! ri 


).,Hv. Henry, and other*., for Cattle Aet 


HurKljirv, -lO i Ma 


llffpwe. I".. l!< 


»k^'«oes;, ir,.)l<: 


— JO.I..S. mien, for AfS-iolt, U n U i^ 


iiiK nnil Wouhdmg, 


llenrv. for A.Muli. :;fl / lii -■ 







10/ 
- Hope. Adrian E., for Cruelty i 



Hopkms, Wm.. for Refuti 

tu a Sanitary Innpeclor, "'5 j H a 

Iluriun, Ucurgv, for Iteckle»8 Driviog, 7 

12 b 

Holier and Gearlny, for llobbcry, 9 j 13 e 

Hughes, Oapt., fur Not Siicvring Lights ( 

hia Vessel. 30 a i t 
— — Humphries. G«o,. for Conspiracy, 17 u 6 

Ut-u. Charles, for Assault, IH j 14 a 

Hum. Herbert, for fraud, n a 11 a 

Hu8<e/, Thos., fur Assault. Sj 13 d 

Hutchins, Thos., tor Cattle Acl Offence, 



II I I3e 



nolher.for Tlireals, 



- Jaek, Wm., and another, for Merchant 

t^hippinx Act Offence, 7 j 13 f 
Jacobs. Danianl. and another, for Factories 

Aut Offence, ay 12 o 
. James, Geo., for Cruelty to hia Wife, ?6 m 

\St 

John, for Siealina. 2G / 12 i 

Thos,, for Ditorderly Conduct, SO m 11 « 

-— Jarmsn. Henry, for Slabbing, 2gj 12 a 

JarrJB, Varnon, for Stealing, 16 o 1 1 s 

Jeakinson, J, H. D., for Selling Adulterated 

Drags, 17 « 10 <^ 
. — ~ Johnson, Benr^./or Cuflin; anil Woundiog, 

Sfy /4 6 

■■-■- J'nUh, Mod Qtben, {or Jtiot, 23 in 6 d 



Jonlan, James, for Slealinc. ! S j" U n 

Itichard. tor Meahng, 12 n 12 a 

Jutsoo, Cbas., for Ciiuaing an Obstruction, 

Kaler, Feler, for Catting and Wounilinp', 

22 m 12 & 
Kaepang, Joschin). for Obalructio-, 24 n 

lib 
Keen. Fred, for Not having his ChilJ 

Vaccinated. SiaVii 
K^'lleher, Dan., for Uoaeamaolike Conduct, 

7 a fi c-a a 5 / 
Kelly and <^ins, for Selling *■ Fruila of 

Adultery," 20 / 12 r 
Kemp, lUuhard H.. for Disorderly Conduct. 

lG<ill« 
Kenealy, Jeremiah, for Sanitary Act fiT- 

fence.2rni 12ii 
Kennedy. Patrick, for Aionlt, ei 12 « 

Kensington- Gore Manaiuiis Cutnpaiiv, M.in- 

■ger of. for Fraud. 23 / 14 u 

- Kent, — . for Assault, IM n 11 ^ 

Kenyon. Rnbttt Henrj-. for l-'r«:r'l, 7 i 1 IS * 

Kerrisiir. Wni.. for Bcgyins. '■•'■ i H " 

Kevswortb, Henry, and anulhi'r. for rraiiil. 

30.1 14 6 

Kidd, Henry, for Manslnughter. 14 m i;i - 

Killier, .lohn, for SmuaKlin^. '21 / I ' u 

Kilch, Anton Oscar Voy, for Kmbc;:i>iiioiii, 

2- ;■ IS n 

King, Henry, for Building Act (HT,>i.,<-. » 

« 11/ 
Thos, Ilot-ry. for Di5orderlv ''miduc!, l;' 

> 12 « 

Kinnear. Pliillip. for Assault. Sit-.. 17 .i 1 1 - 

Kirkhousc, H.. for Mines Ki'KnUtion .\[i 



and Gregory, for Pnrkfi l{i'','nl:iii.j.i Act 

Ofteoca. 14? 13e 

Lacroix. Henry, for flurslnry. :i'l i 1 4 '- 

Laidtnnn, Leonard, for KniWixlenient, 21 

m 12 a 

Lamport, Richard, for Fmud. l.lj 12 a 

lender, Chns., (or Stabbing. 12^ :i -l 

Lane, Wni., for Disorderly Conduct and 

Ansault. 0.1 13ir 
LnnjridBe. Marv Ann, for Not Providini; 

for her Dnnchter. 2.<> m liJ d 
Larking. Jaoiei, for Cattle Act Offence, in 

Indecent ftoolt, V4: m VA f ^^ 



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[April 1 ta 



lolice {continued). 

' Lcnaney, Luke, for Assault. 11a ]i\ d 

• Lennox, Lord Francis, for Ob8t ruction, 21* 

Ml 12 a 

Loo. Hermann Martin, for Fraud. 7 m: 12 a 

J-evett, Walter, for Willul Jvantage, IC m 

11/ 



Lewdly n. John, for Assault, 28/ 12 a 

• Lewis, Margan, Jor Bankruptcy Act Of- 
fence. 21 m \2 n 

- — Lidstone, Alfr d. for Stealing, 4 a 12 a — 12 
a 12 /> 

— Lincoln. Jolin. and another, for Smoking 
in a Theai re. JiJ /« 11 « 

-i London Traniwjiys Company, for Unlaw- 
ful Dettuiion, 25 j 14 o 

Little. Jane, for Attempted Suicide, IJJj 12 a 



m Lofthouse, Joseph, for Misbehaviour, 21 j 

12 a 
Lonsdale and Co,, for Factory Act Offence, 

I i 12 a 

— Lynch, Eilward. for Assault, G j \2 b 

' Michael, for Drunkenness, &c., 'M wile 

Lyons, Joseph, for Deserting his Wife, 5 a 

II (I 

Wm., for Drunkenness, &c., 13 / 12 u 

Macdoiinell, John, for Assault, 18 j 4 a 

Mac-Gibbon, John, for Perjury, (] all </ 

— — Macklin, A. Louisa, for Threais. 18 m 11/ 
Macnaught, John, for Manslaughter, 12 a 

12 a— 19 a 11 c-1 in 11 e 
— — Magiiis, Jaoob, for Railway Act Offence, 

14 a 14 c 
Maidment, John, for Hallway Act Offence, 

16; 14 a 
MaiUard, Louis, for Wilful Damage, 18 a 

li • 
•^ — Mallet, Louis, for Refusing to Sell to an 

Analyst, Am 12 a 
Maloncy, Tatrick, for Wounding, 21 m 12 b 

—28 VI 11 /~\ ) 14 u 

a Man, for Stealing;, 3 a 10 r 

M'miiing. John, tor lock Dublwng. 17 o 9/ 

Thos , and aiiothi*r, lor liurglary, 2 / 14 a 

Manstdl. Ambrose, and anoiher, lor Cruelty 

to a Viniy, (i u \ i « 
— Joitn Iviward, for 8el!i;ig Adulterated 

Milk, 22 / 12 // 
- — Marsiiun, Thos.. for Allowing Betting, 1 ; 

»/ 
— — Martin. (Jeo. W ni.. for Disturbance, 2; 14a 

. Maiihiw. for Wife At'sault, 21 /// 12 6 

i\ Weilcr, fur Aduueraiion Act Offence, 



14./ iii /■ 

— Mar ane. Wm., for Assault. 8/11/ 

Mason. Jessie, for Drunkenness, o a 11 a 



— - — Mary, for Stealing, 4 j 14 a 
^^.-^ Richard, and another, for Burglary, 14 m 

13/ 
-i Master of Shoreditch Workhouse, for De- 
taining a Man*s (Uothea, 24 a 12 h 

— Matthews, Wm., for Stealing. 5 w 14 c 
-w- Mftvnard, Richard, for Assault, 26 m 13 f 
- — M'C/il)igQt, Michael, for Wounding. 2 m 13 c 

M'Carib^. Charles f and another, for Snxug- 



Police outinueJj. 

M-Cartney, Wm. Wallace, for Embezde- 

mcnf. '.♦ / \,i e 

MDirniott, Edw. and Bernard, for Assault, 

17 a 11 J 

M'Lee, Ann, for Attempted Murder, 19 m 

ad 
M'Nally, Richard, for Stabbing hla Wife, 

29 )n 9 / 

Meadows, Wm., a Policeman, for Theft, 21 

in 11 rf 

Merry. Alfred, for Burglary. 22 m 12 a 

Metcalfe*, ("harles, for Assault, 10 a 11 « 

Meyer, Andre Alphonse, for Stealing, 19 / 

12 a 

Milford. Geo., for Murder, 2 m 13 e 

Mills, John, for Stealing, 29 w» 1 1 e 

M lines, FVank, for Steahng, 26 m 13 f 

Missing Persons, Applications About, 7 a 

12 6—2 m 13 r—6 m 11 f—l m 12 6—16 m 12 

6-24 VI 11 /—O./ 12 o— 28y 12 a 

Mitchell, Michael, for Fraud, 7 a 12 a 

Thomas, for Assault, 2 o 9y 

for Smoke Nuisance, 1 7 w 11 e 

Montague, James, for Attempting to Pick 

Pockets, Sa 10 d 
Moore and Moore, for Defacing a Coin of 

the Realm, 14 m 18 e 
Morley, Geo., and others, for Burglary, 3 o 

30 c 

Morris. Joseph, for Not Iteporting himself 

to the l*olice, 7 w 12a 

Thomas, for Burglary, 25 a 12 a 



^/w/^, ^^M lie/ 

-natml, for Assault, IS a U € 



r/i 



Moriby, Albert, for Stealing, 15 / 12 a 

Moss, Emma, for Stealing, 17 m 11 e 

Moss, Le Blanch, & Co., for Non-payment 

of Wages, 4 i 14a 
Mumford, Eliza, and others, for Cruelty to 

Birds, 14 m 13 / 
Munt, Jacob, for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market, I6j 14 o 
Murrette, Alice Du, for Distroying her 

Clothes, 28 m 1 1 / 

Murphy. Annie, for Assault, 4 a 12 a 

Musgrave, Stephen, for Stealing, 20 y 12 a 

Neil, Daniel, for Manslaughter, S m 11 « 

Nelson, George, for Wife Assault. 23^ 14 6 

Newens, F. H., for Adulterating Feta, 

26 a 10/ 
Newman, Charles, for Robbery, 2i m l\d 

—25 mile 
Henry Geo., and others, for Stealing, 4 m 

Thos., for Selling ** Fruits of PbQosophy,'* 

23/14 a 
Newton, Wm., for Railway Act Offence, 30 

a 11« 
Nichols, A. G. for Railway Act Offence, 

28 a 13/ 

Nicholls, Mary Ann, for Assault, 1 m 11 / 

Nicholson, Edward, for Assault, 23 a 11 < 

Nightingale, Thos. Archer, for Assault, 17 

all d 

Nock, Wm.. lor Stealing, 1 w 1 1 « 

'HoTTtft, C\\\vtV?^, vltwI «L^other, for Selling 



■. Norwegian Snilor, for Murder, 20 m S d 

Nye, Wm., fur Drunken nt-ns, ILc.. -^lij 1-2 a 

O Brians, James, for Wifu Asuull, aa lla 

Olifie, Charles, fur Abs»uU, -- u U i 

O'Neil, Geo., for Biirglsry, IJ / 13 a 

Usborne, t'red., and unotlier, iuT Burgliiy, 

Utuway. Will , for Stealing, if Ha 

Ougel)-, liiirry, fur Ffluriy, ili a 10/ 

Uxeafurd, — , to ilecuver u Loit Note, 30 m 

II « 

Fainter, Wni, King, for Murder, 1 la IJ 

Piinka, — , fur Ueiainiiig a iwrvaol'ji Bums, 

11 ui 11/ 

Parkliouac, Richard, for AK-ault, 7 a 12 6 

Fu-lciu, liau:, fur Uruukeiiui^dd, £c., 15 / 

12 u 

Farmenter, Wra., for Helling Intoxicating 

Liquors Within l-rahibiled Hours \a\th 

Faraooa, — . fur Assaull, ai m 11 /— l!f m 

12 6— 2U; Vl b 

Alfred, for Stealing, 12 / 12 a 

Edward, for Felunj, 29j 12 c 

Poas, Ueurj', fur Attempted Murder, 31 w 

6e 

P»»siHore, John, for Stenling, 18 / 14 a 

I'aveley, Geo., for Itefusliig to Employ hia 

Apprentk-e, 14 a 14 fi 
FtacTick, for Yulling and Crowing, Applica- 
tion tu Htup, 14 / 13 ( 

Pearce and Field, for Arson, 8 w l^ « 

Wm., for Frand, li a \\ e 

PcarHin, Geo. Alfred, for Stealing, ij 14 a 

Penue, Wm., for Urunkennc^a, &•:.. 2li / I '1 a 

Psnthwaiie, Hear;, andoibere, for .Visiiult, 



Fhelps, Henry, and others, for W'ilful 

Damage, 22 w J2 «— 23 w II /' 
Philip and Callun, fur Abusive Lnngiinge, 

14 1 14 & 
Phillipi, Daniil, for Cattle Act Offence, aj 

14 b 
Edward, and another, fur Unlawful I'oa- 

Philput, Henry, for Kailwa/ Act Offence, 

5« 14<- 
Pincham, Tboiuas, and another, for Selling 

Adulterated Peiw, I'J m 13/— 28 m 13/ 
Pithkelh, Wobert Shaw, for Bankruptcy 

Aft Offence, 30 u 1 1 e— 26 bi 13 ( 
~ a Poor Widow, for Advice, 19 i» 13 e— 2 



12 'I 



-Pol 



r, Win., for Cruelty lo a Horse. 2G ; 



Powell, John, for Burglary, 23 n 11/ 

Prancu, Wm., and auutbcr, for Furioua 

Riding, 9 j 1 3 (/ 
Pruotice, Burlha, for Attempted Suicide, 7 

a 12 fr— Ifia 11 e 
Frestea, Hear/, and aaolher, for Aisault, 



Polloa (_roullnutd). 

Prealon, Susan, for Stealing, 21 J 12 a 

Preatopina. Joseph, for Perjury, 23 n 11 d 

Prii^e, iloruiiu. fur Stealing, i m 1} f 

Pulgar, Madame, and CoL Lope< and hi* 

Wife, for Shuplifting. 23 ; 9 d 

Ilanald. Guaijipe. for Annoyance, 2 a 9/ 

Uaaliley, Jane, for Anault. 2!> ii. II c 

Katen. Thoa. Sidney, for Fraud, l<i m 12 a 

lond, Charles, fur Cutting and Wound- 



ing, i 



- Heady. Ellen, for Alsault, 22 



1 12 b~ 



Keardun, MichaeL for having lieacued k 

Prisoner. I m 1 1 < 
RediMth, Stephen, for Cruelly to a Horse, T 

in 11 a 

Heed. Cliarlea.for Shooting with Inteitt, 19 

^ Wm., for Drunkenness, 1,;12« 

— Iteevfa. — , and others, for Ab 
Themselves from 'heir Work. 14 hi \9j' 

- Iteilley and Clifford, for Drunkenoeaa, &c.. 



1- 



12 a 



'vnclds, Geo., for Dropping a Lucifer ii> 
aPov-derManufucluniy, 23 « 11/ 

Kic'hinls. Henry, for Assault, 17iit tl c 

Richardson, Thamaa, for Stealiiff. 7 m I2n 

Riddinglon. Stephen, and another, for Cat- 
tle Act Offence, IH ni 12 a 

- Rivelt. '-, for Admitting Thieves into hi* 
Huuse. 16 ni 12 a 

liuberts, Richard Wm.. for Stealing, 14 a 

14 4 

Wni.. for Drunkennees, 20 n 1 1 rf 

Itiilicnson. Juhn, for Wife Assault, 3 •/ 10 cr 

Robin, Juhn, (or Act i.:attle Offence, 21 a 

14'. 
Robinson, A. Felix, for Stentinz. 17nll < 

l':niinn. for Atleiii]iic<l Suiridc, 2 w 13 e 

Kale KUen, tor Aiietuptud Murder, I'J u 

6/ 

— Hobson, George, for Atleniplcd Murder. 29 

Borers, Eihelrud Jerrold, fur Embezzlement, 

16 >« 1 2 II 
RuukM. .lames, tor Walking in the Slreen 

Naked 3 a llXf 

Kuysn. Catherine, for Assault. 13 a 12 n 

Juhr. and (ieynuMs, Wm.. for Assault, t 



- Michael, for Drunkenni 



) and Assault, 
'B Act Offenee, 



Rouch, and Co., for Explos 

23 <i 1 1 e 
Ruasell, Mary Agnel. for Fraud, 9 a 11 1 — 

— — Rutherford. Thos.. and others, for Railway 

Act Offonce. :;C a 1 1 e 

Ryan, John, for Stealing. 4,;' H n 

Sabine, Win., fur Railway Act Offence, 4 / 

14 a 

bwnt,Tbo*.T»QWi,V«'«wa^-'i'><^'^"'-*' 

SaniMri, \Nu\l.lOT ¥«V:to% \v,&-tw:o.V&'i-«* 



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[Api-a 1 \n 



Police {rontinn(d). 

SanJiland, Thos. Stephen, for Stealing, 15 

m 12 a 

Saver. Wm., for Assault, 18^ 14 a 

Sarjffant, George Henry, and others, for 

Biirglnry, 14/ 13/ 

Saunders, Peter, for Wild*^ Fowls Preserva- 
tion Act Offence, 16 a 11 d 

St. .Tanies's Home, for Inebriates, Magis- 



trate's Visit, 27 ; 12 6 
— Sfhni«t, Leonora, for Destitution, 11 w 11 
^—22 m 12 a 

School Board Sunjmonscs, 7 a 12 b — 5 m 14 



c—W) m 13 /~2 / 14 //— 30 / 14 6 

Scott. Henry, for Stealin!?. lOo 11 /* 

Henry James, for Stealing, 7 a 12 a — 14 

a 14 A— 2riri 12 a 

J;«nu'8. for Gambling, 6 cr 11 d 

John, for Obstruction. 31 mile 

Matthew, for Smoke Nuisance, 4; 14 a 

Wm., for Drunkenness. 24 a 12 6 

— Sealcy, Thos.. for Summons for Serving a 

Drunken Person with Liquor, \j\2b 

Sergeant. Geo^. for Stealing, 14 m 13 e 

$hen. John, and others, for M urder,27y 1 2 a 

Sharhind, Mrs. Subscriptions for, 27 a 12 n 

Sharp. Geo. Frederick, for Not Supporting 

his GrandehiW. 31 vi 11 e 

Sbopp. Daniel, for Assaul*,. 5 o 1 1 h 

Shetdrirk EUiotThos., for Fraud, 11 m 11/ 

— 12 m IK a 

Sherring. Wn*. MecM.*h, for Assault. 31 m\\ f 



- Shorter. John, lor Not Having his Child 
Va« cinnted. 2 > 14 /» 

Sims. Alfred, for Wife Assault. 30 a 11 « 

Srmnionds. Gch)., for Assault, 'lo / 14 a 

Smith, CHleb. for Murder, I ; i* /' 

Edwanl. for Fraud. 24 m 1 1 / 

George, for Assault. 3 (i 10 d 

for Selling " Fruits of Philosophy ** 17 



VI \\ e 



for Binis* Nest Act Offence. Z m W f 
Geo. Henry, a Car Man, for his Wages, 



2S ni U f 

for Unlawful Dei en f ion, 25 / 14 » 

Henry, for Assault. 2(J ; U/ 

for Drunken I icss, .Jic, \ij a \\ d 



James, for Loiigiug House Act Offence,. 

3 a 10 ii 

, John, for Fraud. 30 a 1 1 « 

Thomas, for Stabbing. 12 / 5 d 

Wm., for Attempted Suicide, 10 a 11 « 

and Conuell, for Disorderly Conduct, 18 

a 11 6 

ami Youn«. for Stealing, 23 ; 14 a 

Smyth. — , for Abusive Langunge, 18 a 11 « 

Stmih Eastern Railway CompMny, for Me- 

tropoliran Board of Works Act Offence, 2d m 

la/— IGy 14 A 

Smootbey, Louiss^ for Fraud, 27/ 12 /* 

Snow, Thonwis, and otliers^ for Unlawful 

Po-ssession. 27/ 12 «: 

Soltwnon, Samuel, for Assault. 11^; 12 a 

Sorr n. Tiios,, fur Manslaughter, 20 m\Ze 



—— ^i.faHntr Thomas, for SeUmg Adulterated 



\ 



Police (continued). 

Spencer, Wm., for Stealing. 21 a 14 6 

Stuncey, Henry, for Stealing, 6 a 1 1 t — 14 

cr 14 6 
Stanley, Florence, for Attempted Suicide, 

12 m 14 (/—18 m 11 / 

George, for Loitering. 14 m 13 « 

Mary, for Not Sup])orting her Daughter, 



30>14 6 

— Stanhope, John Robios, for Attempted 
Suicide, 7 7/1 12 b 

— Staples, Henry, for Assault, 2o a 12 a 
\)T. Joseph, for Assault. 4 o 12 a — Jl « 

13f/— IH a 11 «— 2 m 13c— 9m l4o— 23mllt/ 

— Starkey, — , for Wife Murder, 7 u oj 

— Staunton, Louis Adolphus Edmund, and 
others, for Murder, 24 m 10 d— 22 m 12 a— 1 / 
1 1 d—2 j 13/— 4 J 9 e— 6 ; 11 d—7j 12 rf— 9 1 
14rt— 14i7«f 

— Stedman, Stephen, for Refusing to go to 
Sea, 5 m 14 c 

Stevens, Edward, for Assault, 14 a 14 6 



- Stevenson, Charles, for Incorrect Weights, 
11 m 11/ 

Stewart, Robert, for Fraud, 10 a 1 1 « 

Stow and Leary, lor Assault. H w 12 e 

Strtingewavs, John, for Keeping a Dop 

Without a Licence, 1 1 a 13 rf— 25 a 12 a 

Strother, W. R., for Sanitary Act Offence. 

I J 12 h 

Stuart, Edwin Chas.. for Threats, 10 w 11 « 

Sudlow, Hiduirtl and Ann, forCruelty to a 

Pauijer ChiW, 27 ; \0 d 

Suggent, Henry, and another, for Assault, 

20/l2</ 

SuUivan, Patrick, for Attempted Burglary. 

10 ;/i 1 1 e 

Summei field. Charles, for Drunkenness 



and A^isauU, 2 ad e 

— Siuumerville, Edwin Lionel, for Assault, 3 
a]Od 

— Summonses Against Husbands, for Not 
Supporting their Wives and Children, 13 u 12^ 

— Tucchi, Wm., and another, for Assault, 19 
a 11 (/ 

— Tait. Mrs., for Advice. 17 w 11 t 

— I'aphn, Thos., for Cruelty ta a Horse, 21 « 
12 a 

— Tavi;«tock Hotel, Covent Garden, Manager 
of, for Advice» 1 7 »/< 1 1 s 

— Taylor, Edward, for Stealing, 28 m 11 e 

— Teatlieridge, John, and another, for Man- 
slaughter, <; ; 12 «— 12i; 12 a 

— Thori>, Frank, for Drunkenness. 21 ; 12 ^ 

— Thomas, John, and others^ for Gambling, 2 
a 9/— 5rt 11 b 

for Selling Adulterated Milk, 13 a 12 a 

— Thompson, EUen, for Infanticide,, 6 ; 5 f — 
7j 11 / 

Geo., for Stealing, 11 j 14 a 

Henry, for Burglary, 4-a 12 » 

and others, for Felony, 21 m 12 o 



— Thorn, JaSw for Stealing, 23alls— 5m14r- 

— Thorpe and Click, for Refusing to Work, 33 
aU f 




Mary, for Aaiiult, 11 u 13<i 

ley, Thai., for aibiuIi, I T a 11 * 

ird. Lucy, fur Allempting to I'uisun 

>D>nghle», U / 7/ 

ty, Thomas, for Drunkenness, &.C., 29 j 

1, SophU, for Infanticide in Bab; 

K, 4 n 10 c— 9 a 4 f—lS a 10 J 

tin, ,Heiiry. (or StH Going into the 

)use. »1 n 6 a 

;h, Fred., fur Obstrucliiig a Boat Itace, 

k, James Van Der, for SleaUng, 80 a 

■ville, Henri De, for Wife Murder, 1 m 

iway Bell), for a Nuisance, 3o n 12 a 
kett, Margaiet. for Kraml. 14 n U c 
or, James, for Selling Indecent Prints. 



0, Lord, and others, for Ereulinfi Vol- 
Shed Without PermJasion, IG i 14 a 
ler, fhtebe, for Libels, 23 n Via 
ford, Geo., for Bailnay OSeoce, 13 a 

man, Lewis, fur ManalanirUter, 16 n 1 1 

14 f> 

ins. Fred., and anothzr, for Assault 
Jbery, II m 11 c 
ID. Ann, for Assault, 6 j 12 a 
ienor, Madame, for Ualawful Puasei- 

ult s I 

Dtini and Blotti, for AManIt, 20 ;' 12 a 1 

2 4-2rjiao 

fantren, Fred., for Smuggling, 4 « 11 / 
Mki, Peter, for Wife Astiault, Salic 
suyede, Nii-oUi. for Stealing. 26/ 12 a 
<er, Geo., for Cattle Act Uffcnce, 3 ni 

(eph and John, and others, for Unpro- I 

ace, James Jeffries, for Embezzlement, I 
b—l m II t—7« l^a I 

ii, Choa., for Attempted Sbicide, U a 

ih, Mortimer, for Distributing Obscene 
•ements, 2 ni 13 c 
ner, Wm.. for Stculing, 2S »i II e 
ren, Sarah, for Assault, 20 u II « 
Ids*, Kusc, for Attempted Suicide, 2S 

ran, Hit-hard, for Threats, 25 m II if 
■bert, for Stealing, a j 1^ a 
m., and others, fur Disturbance aud 
.3I« He 

1, Hugh, for Kavigation Act Offence, 2 

aault. Smile 
:hur, (or Obstru!;- 



Smuko Nuisanca. 1^ ^ 



Weue, Wm., for Fraud, 13 / 12 a 

Weilzel, — , for Wilful Damnge. 16 m 12 a 

WellMoTed. John, for Abuse, 17 m 11 rf 

Weller, Wm., for SeUing Adulterated Milk, 

2w I3( 

Wenham, Frank, for Fraud. 14 ;' 13 < 

Weslsvray, Ale.iander Henry, for Felony, 

lUm II d—]7n U if— 25 m II d 
Wheailey. Henry, and anoiber, for Throw- 
ing Stune. at a Train, 4 » 1 1 / 

Whiteaker. Henry, for Drnnkenncu and 

Assault, 3o lOr 

White, Geo,, aitd another, for rriaoni Act 

Offence. 18/ 14 a 

Thos.. for Drunkerness.ic., 23/14 6 

and another, for Smuggling, 7 a 12 A 

Wm„ ftiid Wife, for Stealing. 80 m lie 

— Whitehead, Frank, and others, for Obstruc- 



tion, 12 t 12 a 



13./ 



n 11 a 



:man. Fhilip, 

thc-rflcld, Th 

« 11/ 

% Charts, for Stealing, 19 ,ii 13/ 

d. VTm., for Fraud, il6 j 12 a 

■J, for Aatxuli, 'J u 11/ 



Wiikins. Waller, for Fraud, 16 j 10 rf 

Wilkinson, Chns.. aud others, for Disor- 
derly Conduct. S7}i2b 
Williams, Chos. Fred., and others, for As- 
sault, 6/ 12 « 

. James, for Stealing, 22/ 12 a 

— —John, for DrunkenneM, 4 in 11/ 

Joseph, for Stealing, 15 m 12 a 

Robert, for Assault, 10 o 11 « 

Williamson. James, for Stealing, 26 j 12 i 

Wilmott, Christopiier, and others, for Sis- 
orderly Conduct. &c.. llalSif 

Wilton, Richard, (or Assault, 22 n 12 a 

Wodehouse. Henry John, for Stealing, IT 

nil (-21 m 12 <t 

a Woman, for Advice, 19 a II < 

about her Hon, 8 m 1 1 / 

forKraud, 2S/12a 

Wood, Henry, for Recklessly Driving, 20^ 

12 o 

John, for Robbery. Gj 12 a 

Wm. Henry, for Fraud, Smllf 

turStealmg,24al2fi -3iii IJ/— 7i>i 12t 

Woorlfurde, Geo., for Stealing. IT m 1 1 rf 

WooclhousH, Thoa.. for Fraud. 22 m 12 fr 

Woods, Geo., (or Begging, 19 / 12 o 

Worbey, Wm,, and another, for Sanitary 

Act Offence, IS a 12 n 

Wright. John, for Fraud. 2 o 9/ 

Matthew, for Stealing. 2 / 14 a 

and (^0., for Smoke Nuisances, 18 / 14 a 

Young Woman, for Drunkenness, 25 n 11 (^ 

Police. Cost of nothing, 29 n 10 u 

t:.localion of, 26 mil./ 

Metropolitan. Annual Account, 2S w W 1 

UrvVia.«agfeW'Ct«>C»iM».«-jV'Jii'aaC<****™''* 



Aw«»uB«M — fcuc jcu-u origauti ana V/apc onaw, l a 

4a 
the American Naval Station Removed from 

Nice to Lisbon, 6 a b d 

Locusts Disappear, 1 ; 5 « 

Miscellaneous News, 11 'i 7 / 

— and the Pahs Exhibition, dan/ 

and the Slave Trade, 10 a 10 « 

Portsmouth Soldiers* Institute, Meeting at the 

Mansion House to Aid, 21 ; 8 6 
Post Office Money Order and Saving*s Bank 

Offices, Alterations, 3 a 8 4—31 m 5y— 30> 6 e 
Savings Banks, Official Return, 17 m 7 d — 

2i m G 6-— 1 j 5 e 
Postal Notices, 10 a 7 c— 10 m 5/— 19 / 4/ 

French Packets, It) w 7 c 

Letter to Zanzibar, SO m 6 a 

Potatoes, New, from Sicily, 28 m 9/ 

Potter's Art in Britain, 14 a 10 a 

Potter (George) cm the Lock-Out on the Clyde, 

30 m 6 e 

on Our Prisoners, 21 j II / 

Pottery and Sculpture, 21 m 4 a 
Pouring Oil— Insult to Our Ambassador in Rus- 
sia, 27 j ti a 
Practical Missionary at Monaco, 14 i 9 « 

Solutions, 30 a 6/ 

Prague University, Riot of Students at, 2oj7f 
Prayer to be Used During the War, IG w 10 6 

Book and Tradition, 24 m lie 

Preachers for To-Morrow, 14 a 14 c — 21 a 10 rf 

—28 a 7y— 12 m 13/— 19 m 11 /*— 2« m 13 d 

— 2i 11/— 9 j 7 /— 23i 14 6—30; 13 e 
Precaution, 1 m 9/ 
Presbyterian Church of England, Second Synod, 

27 a 4 // 
PRESS PROSECUTIONS :— 



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I'roflTHble Book— Hutory of tlie Fmiiuo-tt 

Wnr. li » li -/ 
Pruof i)( UeRth and the Bank of Engtnnc], 



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■ i»|«-.-liir, 'Urn l\ c 
'nlxnit. ;i»M )0i 
:tiv<-ii.>HS, li.. 11 J.— 10» Cr. 
Inquiry iniii At;ciilfnl8 liy. 



.;■'> J 



lU » 



Profiagntion of the Gospel Society, Anniversnry 
Meetinji. 2 n 6 a 

l'roTri»ion for the Carriape of a Suit, n / r3 ft 
Fseu'lo-ShiLkeapearian Flays nnd .VI r. Ti'iiiiyson. 

I a a 3/ 
Public Accounts. Blue Book on. 31 m lo h 
Income and Expandilure, I i n l:i c— 1« a C, 



—25 a 



la 13 6- 



fl 7 rf— 30 IB 7 i— 6 ;■ G b—13j (i & -20 j T 6 

—27 ;■ 6 b 

Statutes. OiBcial Retumi, "ifij 1 e 

Worship Regulation Act and K«i. Pelham 

Dale, 1S> 8 » 
PuneA. Cutting! from — Beat School for Needle- 



work, 1 



nld 



- Extracts from an Imperial l>iary, 27 j 9/ 

tlie Great Loan-Lnnd. T.t m 9 f 

How to Mnke Hume Happy, 80 n 6 c 

New Torture, '21! <i 6 < 

Moat Qneitionat^ Itecommendation, 2 m 

12 b 

Paulo -Past— Future Wish, 11 ^ 10 t 

Propoied New Prisi.n Rulea. IB ; 6 /" 

Mr. Punch's Select Committee No. ID., 22 

Somebody's Engagements, i n If 

Something like Enthusiasm, 13;6/ 

T«rning Ibe Tables, fi H f 

Puaej (Dr.) on the Kidsdale Judgment, 25 m 6 
c— 28 Bt\l b 

Q. 
Qusritch (— ) on Book Collecting, 16 m tO b 
Queen Insurance Company. 18 m 10 b 
Queen's Easier Bounties. Distribution. 2 a 9 rf 
Queenhithe, Deed of Gift from Edw. II, to the 

Wife of Picre de Gnveslan. 19j if 
Questionable Cbariiy, 6 a6b 

R. 
Kadcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. Prince Leopold 

Opens a New Children's Ward at, 4)11/ 
Radical Club and Association, Formulion of in 

Southwark, 11 ^ 13 6 
fiaditock (Lord) on Great Britain and Russia, 

16j4 e 
Rae (John) on the Late Arctic Expedition, 22 « 

7/ 
Ragged School Union, Anniversary Meeting and 

Prixe Distribution, 9« 7/ 
Rags and Bones, Note on the Removal of, S ni 



Coutpennation Caaes, 22 n 7 / 

Continuous Foulboxrdt, 2i a II a 

Brakei. 2m ti i:~3 m li) t 

— fans, IneqiuUit}' of , 6 it IS b — 7 / 6 fl 



ItetiirnTicki'ls- i'msecul 

Riiliing Suick in Itussia. 1 

Servann Depnlstiim to 

Itniln-Hv Aa'iilent", SO m 1 1 e 

Trai'n Hobbed m Mexic-o, \ojlf 

Trains, Attempt to Upset, 29 m 9/— 2fi j 

Tunnel at Cochem Compleled, 11 m .'> e 

Unpunctunlily. 2,i in li d 

SAILWArS :- 

American, 2 a 2 e— 5 o 7 a-9 a 5 rf— la a 



a Vic 
AvlesbuTT and Buckingham, 12 a 7 d 

— Bahiii and San Francisco, 6 « ti rf 

Baltimore and Ohio, 19 a 6 '^ 4 m e d 

— Bergslngernaa, 25 a 1 1 o— 2G a 7 6-27 a 
11 f 



- BoliTa 



, 9S; 



Bombay, Baruda and Central India, 14/ 8 

/-23j9t 

Brampton and Longtown, 30 m 7 o 

Buenos Ayres and P^nseuada Port, 30 a T e 

Northern. IB m 10 o— 28 m 9 *— 27 i 6 a 

Gf«at Southern, 28 a 13 c— 11 m 10 c — 

25ra 7c 

Canailian and Paciflc. 26 o 6 /" 

Central of New Jersey, 5 a 7 o— 6 o 6 a 

Uruguay of Montevideo. 13 j 6/ 

Cleator and Workington, 21 in 7 ■ 

Copiapo. 1 3 J 6 /■ 

- Cornwall Mineral, 23.;1)e 
Cowea and Newport, 2+ m 7 « 

nvnierara. 23 <i 7 * 

Dunaberg and Wilepsk, I w 6 «— 19 m 9 e 

East Argentine, 30 m 7 f 

Gloucestershire, 2 n 6 e 

Indian. 16^ iO rf-22> 10 / 

Eastern Bengal, 23 m 7 d— 29 m 7 e 

of France. 9 b 7 fi 

Fdinburgh. Lonnhead and Roslin, 2 

Erie, 28 a 12 o— tO m 7 /- ' " "' 

6d 
Reconstruction, 6 n fi a~i\ a 13 a — ( n 

6 a— 6 n 8 o— 10 in 7 b— 30 n 7 a— 19> 10 a 

Fumesa, 6 j 6 e 

Grand Trunk of Caiada, B3 a 7 a- 1 « 6 e 

—19; lOi-26/ 11 a 
Great Eastern, 6 a 7 a— 17 a 6 a— 26 a 7 • 

Indian Peninaular, 2i9«— 9j 12 f 

Northern and Great Eastern Union, 15 i 

IS a 

Western, I j 6 rf— 12j 6 c -16 t T ( 

Acton *rancV''a'>-*'>-"^™"^'' 



10 c- 



Uai 



IMi.MKlj's IM^KX TO *' TIIK TIMrS " XF.U SrAPKR. 



r^ 



\}»ril I to 



Kni way 4 ( rnntlniifih. 

I »i;hlir»i!. J.'J »/ 7 // 

Illinoipi IVirnil. 11 w 10 .i 

In ijsin. IH >/? 7<l 

Ipswich Mtid lu'lixstovre. 3 m \0 f 

I-leof Wijlit. \:\ n \(\f. 

Kira*nnv JiitKriinn. 18 m 10 //— 30 m 7 e 

Lan -Hsttiire ami York>hirc. 31 m 7 e 

lyeniberj^-Czerwitz-Jassy. SO a 7 c 

Lin a 3 ;// 7 c — 10 m 7* /" 

London and Brijfhton. 10 o G n 

New Station at Crystal Palace, For- 

mnlly Opened. 14 /// i) h 

and Smith Coast. 10 c; 6 <? 

I'hatliani and Dover Anialcrnniation 



Scheme, 2 v 5 h 

K^sex and Kent Coast Junction, 28 y 7 a 

and LancasJiiro, 18 m \') h 

and No»-th Western. IG w 1 'f 



Lostwithiel and Fowey, 9 a 7 /*— 23 a 7 A 

Lyons and MeJitcrranean, 12 j 5 f^-l6 j 

13/ 

Madras, 5 j 11 b—Hj ft f 

Madrid. Sarajfossa and Alicante, 5 i l\ c 

Manchester and Liverpool. New Line, 28 / 4> e 

Matangas and SabHnilla, li) ; 10 a 

Metrop^jlitan. Number of JPasscngers on 

Whit-Monday, 30 m 6 « 

District Railway, 13 a 10 « 

Mexican. 28 m 7 o— 23 ; 9 c - 

Midland of Canada, 27 a 1 1 /— 2 w 12 c 

Newquay and Cornwall, 9 o 7 — 23 a 7 b 

New Quebrada. 11 i d h 

North British. 4 a 7 a— 12 w 13 a 

Northern Central 23 > 9 a 

— : of France. 9 a 7 h 

Orenburg-Tajihkent, 19 m 8 a 

Orleans, IT a 6 b 

Ottoman, 26 n 7 A— 23 / 9 b 

Oude and Rohilkund. 8/ 6 6—15 j 10 d 

Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean, G a 6 d — 

28 fi 7 e— 13 7 5 / 
• Pennsylvanian, 3 w 5 «— 2G m 7 «— -6^ 5 a 

— Iti.; 13 a— 18i 9 c— 2G; II a 
— Pkiladelphian and Reading, 14 a 13 d — 24 

m 7 e— 1 ;■ 6 b—7 j 8 c— 277 6 « 

Plymouth and Dartmoor, 6^ 6 « 

Provincial Orel Vitebsk, 20 ; 7 a 

'^. — Recife and San Francisco Pernambuco, 12 

a7 d 

Roumano-Gnlioian, 30 <? 7 'i 

1.—^ Royal Swedish. 18 j 9 r— 22 ; 10/ 
— > — San Paulo, 5 a 7 e — 12 a 7 d 

Sardinian, 3 »w 5 « 

1 St. Andrews, 30 a 7 c 

St. Ives, 28 m 6 e 

t— — St. Lawrence nnd Ottawa, 18 m 10 6 

Scinde Punjab and Delhi, 19^ 10 6— 27y 

ee 

' Severn and Wye, 28 m 6 « 

Smyrna and Cassaba. 24 a 11 b — 2 to 12 r 

South Eastern and Chatham, 16 « 9 /-^24 

m 10 c— 8 j 6 6— 13y 6 /*— 21 7 7a 

Indmn, 22 a 7 d—]3 j 6 /— 21 j7 d 



Southern of France, 21 a J 3 c— SO a 7 (? 

' ^f^tc of Shares m Cpmpa,nic9j in every dnyg 



Railways z^' onfinueii^. 

Suedisli ('!entr.il. 31 in 7 e 

TtisjiiMninn. 4 « 7 o — '> u 7 c— 1 7 a Gb 

'r«'ll)ijrv niid Urixhani, 1 i 6 « 

Trnffiij Keccipt*. 2 r/ 5 o— 4 a 7 a & b — 5 « 

7 ^_<; „ tid-7 (I 11 /•— 9 n 7 b—\0 a 6 '/— M* 
a 12 a-']2 a 7 e — M) a 10«— 14« 13«— 17 c/ <1 
f,— \H a 6 f— 19 a 6 /- 23 a 7 />--24 a 11 b— 
2.5 ,/ 5 c— 2(> a 7 M— 27 a 11 /'— 28 a 12 r~30 « 
7 c — 1 w G / —2 w 12 r— 3 m7 a & f—4 ui 6 d 
— r. ni 8 d-7 m 7 r— 8 m 11 ^—9 m '13 <2— 10 m 
7 /— 11 m lOr— 1L> m I3C—14 w 9 A--15 w 11 
?)— IG ni 7 d--\7 m Gi? — 18 m 10 A— 19 m 9 c- 
21 m 7 /— ;-3 m 7 ci-24 m 7 e— 25 in 7 c--26 m 

9 /;_2^ /;/ G e— 29 in 7 r— 30 m 7 /—I > 6 e-t 
) 9 e-4 / 9 £—5 ? 1 1 r— G ; G /"— 7 / 8 c— 8 > 6 
A— 9; 12/— 11 ; 9 A— 13 ; 6/*— 14> 8 /•— 15 > 

10 (/— IG; 13r~l8 ; 9r— 19 ; 10 b— 20 ; 7 rf- 
21 7 7 rf— 22> 10 /-23 j 9 c— 27 j 6/— 28 j 7 « 
— 30y 12 A 

Increase and Decrease of, 12 a 7 a 

of the London and Brighton, 1 7 a 6 a-— 



2\n 11 n 
United States, MCuUoch's Circular oa, 1* 

>10rt— 27; 6a 

UticH, ithuca and Elmira, 19 J 10 a 

Van, 27 ;■ G e 

Vendee. G a 5 r 

Wftterford and Central Ireland, 2 j 9 « 

Wellington, Grev, &c., of Canada, 23 / 9 4^ 

U- est Flanders. 10 a G fi—9 m 13 a 

Whitehaven, Clearton and Egreiuont, 29 m 

7 c— 30 TO 7 e 

Wigan Junction, 28 o 12 e 

Woosung, 28 u G e 

Worcester, Bromyard and Leominster, 2 a 



be 
York Railway Station, the largest in the 

World Opened for Traffic. 2G ? 10 ^ 
Ramsey (('apt.) Gift to, from the Emperor of 

Germany for Saving a German Crew, 30 a 9 / 
Ramsgate, Local Exhibition of Art and Industry 

at, Abp. of Canterbury Opens, 22 m 9 e 
Ranker (W, Bayne) on Gutter Children, 1 ; 4 /" 
Rare Birds— Capture of an Iceland Falcon in 

Sutherland, 9 a 11 / 
Rates and Taxes, Non-payment of, Not a Police 

Court Ofifence, 7 o 12 J 
Reading, Proposed New Town Hall, Free Library 

&c. for, 1 m 8 A--18 m 8 o 
Reckless Firing— a Young Gentleman Sent fi* 

Prison for Firing in the Highway at Guildfoni, 

5 a 10 6 
Recreation Garden in London, Old St, Panora* 

Bnrial Ground. SOjGd 
Reed TE. J.) Engineers of the Royal Navy, 4 « 

10/ 

on the Injlexibls, 19> 10«^20 / lOr-S:; 



56 



11 



on the Russian Circular Ironclads, 23 )« 



\ 



- on War Ships and Torpedoes. 20 <i 4/ 

(Dr. J. C.) on the State of Scutari Hoapi* 

tal, 23 n* 10 e 
Ree» ^G, 0.^ on \T«sstx\c«.\. Colouring, 16 ; 6 ^ 
Ref upje* ioT T>^%\\x.viV^ ClVvMtwev, ^K^aNXtv^ ^\. \.\j!| 



June 30 1S77.] 



rALMi:K''s IKUKX TO ** THK TlMKS " NEWSrAPER. 



R.f 



Hi'iiiscers! of Electors, IG ; (» / 

Hiliance MutUiil l^ife A'-suranc* Society. 80 r; Ve 

Keli'j of the l*Hj»t — New Etching o^ J. LuiHsdeii 

I'reperr, A // 6 A 
Keli^ious Book Society. Annuul Meeting. 3 m 

10 c 

Difficalty, s^e Carlisle 

Pre«8, Bitterest Vehicle of Slunder, o j o / 

Services in Theatres and Ualia, Meeting to 

Find Funds for, 7 ; 13 a 

Tract Society, Anniversary Meeting, 5 m 



Rembrandt Etchings, 23 m 10 c— 24 m 8 e 
Heituscitating a Supposed Dead Man, 4 a 10 e 
Ketruspect and Prospect, 22 w 11 e 
lie venue. Official Return. 2 u 5 a 
EEVIEWS:— 

Album Illustre de 1 Almanack, 16 a 4/ , 

All for Herself, 25 m 4 d 

Allardyce, Alexander, City of Sunshine, 6 

Animal Products, Handbook of South 

Kensington Museum, 15 m 4 e 
Anward Sukeili, or Li^^hts of Canopis, by 

WoUaston, ba'6d 

L*Art, 80 « 4/ 

Bancroft, George, History of the United 

States of America, 3 a 4 6 
Bevan, G. Phillips, Industrial Classes and 

Industrial Statistics, 17 a 4 </ 

Bigham, J. C, Lee*s Law of Shipping, 16 



BeviewB {nmtinneii). 
— trainpton, Uobt., Bp. of Glocester, Life', 
by Simpson Evans, 4 */ 4 « 

FreomjiQ, E. A., Ottoman Power in Europ^; 

22 HI 4 h 

Gladstone, Kt. Hon. W. E., on th^ Ro}a! 



j 6 d 

' Blnckie, John Stuart, Language and Lite- 
rature of the Highlands, 25 ; 5 e 

• Camiilii*s Tornieiiter, 25 m 4 d 

: Campbell, J. F., Songs of the Fenians, 25 

jot 

Cansick. F. T*> Epitaphs of Mlddlese)!, in 



Four Volumes, 10 u 4 d 
Note about» 12 a II / 



Canterbury, Abp. of, Church and Law, 5 



<i 4 e 

— City Directory for 1877, 16 a 4/ 
— - Cl'iretee, Jules, Le Train 17, 4./ 5 c 

— Clifford and Rickards's Reports, \Qj 6 d 

— Commercial Directories, Ilia A J 
Publications*, 24 m 7 c 



Compiegne, Marquis de, Voyages, Chasscs 

et Guerres. 4i 6 c 
' ( barter, Rev. T. T., Constitutional Order of 

the Church, 5 a 4 « 
Dennys, Dr. N. B., Folk-Lore of China, 3 

a 8 c 
' Dictionary of Christian Antiquities^ by 

Smith and < 'heetham. 23 m 4 (f 
Biography, Ac, by Smith and Wace, 23 

M 4 d — 24 «/ 1 1 a 
Dodge, Col. R. Irving^ Hunting Grounds of 

the Great West, 9 a 4 c/ 
— Doyle, Wit F« H., Lectures on Poetry, 18 

Fairbgim, Sir Wm., Life, by W, Pale, 14 

aba 

Felthani's Cricketer, 21 w 11 i 

Finlasojiy W. F., on Assizes, 16/ G d . 

History, Objects and Adv&ntnges of I 
BSiMea, I'JallJ' \ 



Supremacy, 13 a 8 /» 

Hardy, J. D., Glencairn, ^ a 4d 

Home, D. D., Lights and Shadows uf 

Spiritualism, 26 m 6 </ 
- — •* Index to the Times ** Newspaper, 26 ih 

10 ft 

Kitchin, G-. W.. History of France, 14 t. 5 r 

Leach, R. H., Williams and May, Scion oi\ 

Decrees. lt»i 6 df 
Lee's Laws of British Shipping, by Bi;;hami 

16 ; 6 <f 

Light French Literature, 4/5 r 

Lubomirsky, Prince, Ordre de TEmpcreur-, 

4) he 

Martin, Fred., Property and Revenues of 



the Established Church, 22 m h) A 

Mercantile Directory of the World, lOa 4 )• 

New Republic, 2.'> w 4 </ 

Newman, Dr., Lectures on the History of 

the Turks, &c., 2 ;« 6 e 

Nile Novel, 23 m 4 d 

Palmer's Index to '• the Timed." 26 w 10 R 

Poetical Works of Bcha-ed-din Zukeir of 

Egypt, 24 m 4 

Recent Law Books, IQ f G d 

Novels. GaAd— 25 m 4 d 



fbe AsatMes, 



Rivers, Thos., Miniature Fruit Odrdcn. \\ 

mG b 
Rnmah Poets of the Augustan Ago: Vir;,'iii 

by W. Y. Sellar. 28 m\ d 
Iwoutledge, James, History uf l*oj»ul;it' 

Progress in England, 4n\\ a 
Rowan, J. J., Emigrant atid Sportsnmn \\\ 

Canada, 9 a 4 e 
Sand's Sydney and Suburban Directorv fm' 

1877. 2H J 7 A 
Service, John, Salvation Here and llercafiOr: 

2; 6 c/ 

Seed's Commercial Lists, 5 j 1 1 a 

Slaughter's Railway Intelligene<i. 25 >* \\ h 

Smart, Hawley. Bound to Win H f/ 4 / 

Squier, Geo., Peruj Incidents Mi Travel id 

the Land of the 31eas. 24 m 4 d 
Stephen, Sir Jas;, Digest bf Criminal Lnw? 

16./6£/ 
— — Theuriet, AtidrC, Ilaymon(l«\-4 / *» r 
1 horntOTl, W;, Letters on the ladia:> Si<k^ 

of the Silver Question, 5 a 7 a 
-^— TulloCh, Dr. Jjhil, Fadts of Religion and 

Life. 2^6 «/ 

Twvcross V. Gr&nt, Edited, by Finlason, 2{i 

jU a 
— ^ Tycho Drahe's Meteorologiske Dugbog, 2*7 

m 10 « 
-^ — Universal, Commercial, Industrial and 

Financial Directory of the World, 16 a 4/ 
— --^ — Directory of Paris; IQ a 4 V 

TO 4 li ^"\ 



Eev 



1»ALMEK's T\r)KX TO *•* TKL TIM'.S " NfCUSl'APKrt. 



[Ai»nl \ to 



Beyiew4 (ronttm/e/f). 

Wulford, Edw..Tjile8 of Our Great Familios, 

111' i> II 
W.illace. Alfred HuAsel. Oro^^'rajiliifjil Dis- 

tribufion of Aiiiiual.s, J I /// 4 h 
•^ — \Wl»b, I.i>c<»fk. I'nifiite of the Supreme 

Court of Judicature, ]tjj{tci 

— — .vef tilsu Book A 

Itheiii.^li Wcstplialinn IJuyd Company, 28 / 7 « I 

— — Heln»ur:ince (-miiiiiitiy. '^> j 7 e I 
llc^. Slate i»f tlu* MMrUvt. .» n 7 /' 
Kiciiards (Kenr-.ulai.; on the Arctic Expedition, 

21 M \\ e 
Jlichaid^oti (Dr.) on Homoeopatby, 1/11 e 
(G. B.) on ilie riiHUicsi Prevention of Floods 

Bill. -^r. ; V> t 

(T. W.) New Way to the Pole. 10 n U f 

lliehes (T. Hurry; on the Entombed Miners, 7 

i 5 <? 
Bichmond Piirk. 1) n 8 h—\2 a 10 A 
l<id:«dale liitiMlisitic Ca.^e. sf^e Ajicuks Court 
>Iietrer (Dr.) on P.-niNUvism in Liobemia, 'l2 j 4 e 
liWii 'J"1iiti> Company, Kei)ort. 27 ti II e — o m S d 
Kitcbie ^ Arcbt!.) on tbe Malay Pirntea. 1 ; 5 / 
iiitualists and Disestablishment, Minting about, 

4 /// « r- 
Kiver Pollution in America, 17 a 9/ 

Act. 2»i /// H «f 

Deputation to Governn)ent. on. '0 « 7 t?, 

liivers < Lord) l)ecHn<.-s lo Atteiul the '1 iehborne 

i)emon»ira:ii»n, b m 11 f 

^^'i. Francis) on the I'rosfs, &c., m 13 c 

Kol>«rts (C. 11.; Trusts tor I^'g.d Education, 20 

a 8/; 
Kobbory from Mr. Sieydicnson on the Highway 

near Harnlvy. 1/11 b 
— — of Bonds* beJwi'in Calais nnd Arnions, 4 / 7 

f— 4 / 11 / — r>/ 1 1 ii—ijj ."> « — 7 y 8 (/— 8 j 10 

<?— ll./K/— 2L' t .^ r 
Highway, on lil-wkliealh. (i .? 10 / — 14 / 14 

//—!(> 7 i:l h 
Kobertson (--) jin 1 fl>t' S.-a Serpent. 2 m ^> d 
liobiiiHon (l{()bt. Sj.tiiei.T," t>.i the Jti/hXitU, 25 j 

i> h — 'lK) I !0 ,• 
!Roeliefi>rt (^Ih-nri) aod Ins /.tntcrn, 24 n 1" r 
Itocbesier. a t oiie dl!lj<t' lor the New liishop, 

20 /i;/' 

— — New r»isl-,-.ip IK'^^'.L'nafe. 1 /u \> /*— 2 tn i) e — 
12 //« 7 f— 1 7 /'/ )'» '■ 

Kodwe'.l ( - ) (»M (ia- "juno'-ni's !I /> 7 « 

(iJi:irer. ;ii liie ix»v(,rih F.-unur's Club, 

Annual )>i:;\ivr. 2» /// (I </. 
Ro«;but;k ^.1. A. . vw lnt( inp<*ranoe. 12 m 12 b 

on ibe I '^iki'li End'as.<y. U' " H r 

llolkvif<iu( 1 if. i I'jo. ) Oxlord and the Civil Service 

of Iiuli:». I."> y -I /■ 
liOinan I'l^^ttrry, DLjcovery of, at Cc^lcbefeter, 11 

mid 

Helies Disr^overe'.l at SittrnjjbourHe. 2 .;' 1 1 / 

Kemains, Discovery uf, in Monuioutbtihiro, 

la\0 € 
liODianes <^G. J.) Evoltttior> of NVrves, 29 m A e 
liome. A n^Io- American Homeftt. 2 « 8 c 
^ Ko<i.'nbut*h (C; un Sierre Leoiioj iO a 10 t — 7 

1 M^ita/3 litjw^ fef Hrujs Pa uk 

f -^'^^^^'^'"^ yt-w Jirul^r,.g ux^ 2a milt 



Bonjxe et Noir. Sale of the Debts of tbe Defunct 

Humbnr^ Hank. 1 1 // a a 
EOUMANIA:- 
x\ruioiinc»'» 'ts Independencv and Declares 

the I'rince a Kin^. 2.^ /w a e — i\() m 7* h 

Convention with l<us>iji. 2i> ui 10 h 

Currency Question in, 2f< m 5 b — 30 mob 

Deertv. 'Ve\l of. 21) / '> d 

Dissolution of flie Chambers, 20 j 5 d 

Disturluirices at Darabaid. / 7 r 

German Firms Pressini^ for Payment of 

War Materiel. 28 in 5 /' 

Imi)eachment of the late Cabinet, 2 a 4 ci — 



SaUd 

Military Continpfont, 7 a 5 « 



Miscellaneous New», 5 a 5 y*— 6 a 5 d — 7 a 

5f— 14 a 7e-lGao/— 17 <i5/— 11) a 5 b &. 

</— 26; 5 d 

New Order of. Bestowed, 1 j 7 h 

Protest of Great Britain and Anitrta 

against its Attempted Independence, \2 m 1 e 
'JV.\t of Prince Charles's Keply to the 

Addix'88 of the C-hambers on the Dedaration 

of Independence, 24 tn 5 c 
and the War Question in the Assembly, 15 



m Ti a 



A*f War in the East 

Kound ((). S.) on the Wild Bird's Preaerration 

Act. 7 a H b 
Bous (Adm.) Illness of, 12/ 5 d—\S j 9 /*— U j 

10Z»— !5/5«— 18j 11 f 
Memorial to — a Life-Boat for the Sussex 

Coast. 27 /8 A 
Boyal A<;ademy, Anniversary Dirner, 7 m 10 a 

Exhibition, see Fihe Arts 

>»ew Member, 19 ; 9 / 

Purchases from the Chantry Bequest, 7 

w 4 «— 17 m 7 / 
Agricultural Society of England, 3 w 11a 

—T.\ m G </— 26 m VI j'—l .i 9 / 

Albert Hall Orchestrru Society, 9 a e 

Aquarium <ind Summer and Winter Garden 



Society. 2 *i '» e 

Whitebait in, 30 / C f 



— Archieolopical Institute, Diplomas of Mem- 
ber.*«hif» Presented to Dr. and Mrs. Scbliemann, 
(} m 1 2 e 

Mrs. Scbliemann ReJids a Paper on 



Ancient Greece before. 9^9 e — 12/5/' 

Asiatic Society. Annual Meeting, 7 » 13 a 

Association in Aid of the Deaf and Dumb, 

18/ 5 A 

Botanic Society, Meetings, 17 a 12 b — 5/ 7 



j_ll ,13/' 

New Fellows Electetl, 14 m 11 e— 28 m 9/ 

— Botanical Society's Flower Show, 19 a 10 </ 
—17 m 7/ 

Second Sttramer Exhibition, Hj 10 o 



— Caledonian Asylum, Annual Dinner, 14 / 
10 u— 18/9/ 

Fancy Ball, 20; 9/ 

C/ambridge Asylum for SoWiers* Widows, 



Annual Meeting, 24 m 10 e 
— Colonial ln^titute, 17 m 7 d—lS m 8 a— Ift 
itt VI — V) j v» d 

Conrfvwi2V>ue, \\ \ \^ «\ 



\)MV>\h\ 'SsoVivulV* C^\V^\\s:ak , V^ a ^^ % 



General Dispeniarr, Annual llinoer, 12 a 

Theatriciil Fund, Annu:il Kei^tiTol, 7 j 



•M. 



Divcrrar; Meet- 

- Avnril a lUtinl u> CupC. Sir G. S. Narci, 
9 /—3» .1 HI .1 

iigh, the Indinn 



. Puixlii Kain S 
Eiplurcr, ai) a Ki s 
l.ec-tun:a before, 25 n 8 /— 12 j 8 c— SC 

Meetings, 15 m H / -12 ; 8 c 

HiiluricHl Socielj, llimiiniry Diplomas 

FreMiiii.ll 10 ])r. and Hn. scLliu'iiann. I(i i 3/ 
the Koipenir of Hmzil Accepts Hunoraiy 

Fellowtihip. :i7.j5 f 
Horiituliural Soi-iui^, Fcrinigliilj Show, 

FlowiT Shun-. 19 n 10 i/ 

the iiuuei at, 8 ni lU b— 3 m 13/ 

Great I'toviucial SIlow at Preslon in 

ie7(<, 14 ) 11 < 

Award of MedaU, 7 ;' U i 

lavited to Itepr'.'scnC lluriiculture at the 

Parii l^hihilion, 14 ; 5 « 

New »llowp, 7 « 9/— 1 1 fi 12 e 

Ilojsehold ApiMjiiitmUKle, J n S /'—SI a 10 



-Hut 



111(1 SiH'iely, Meeting for Awards, 2i 



liifirmarj- tor Women and Chil. 

ojiened by ihe I'rince** Loiii-e, 17 m 
Inetilulu of Uritish ArcliiTiH!!K. 1 

mann Kltx;ted an Uunormrj' Meuibi 



Literary Fmiil, Aiiiiivfrnnry Diiini-r, \'lm Cu 

— Mail SiLMio I'uekel Compiinv, l:* ,i 7 »— Ul 
.1 la t— -'I! CI 7 J 

National Life-iJoat InsiituIioTi, Mee;ing 

and AwHrdd. ti -i <• •-—'■l j \A r- 
— — Nnvat boh'iiil. Aiiiiual AtccliiiK. 'Z5 n \1 b 
Normal C:o1Ii-kii, Concert aC liuilley House 

in Aid of, I6mu / 

Mre. Fawcelfa Lecture to Aid. 21 m G a 

Boeielj', Canilidalea for Fclioudliips, '^l u 

13 4-8/10/ 

F.aiows ICIcct.'d. T « 1(1 « 

I'rii'ce Leoijotd* Inaugural Addrtta 

before. S7 a^e 
I'mfeiEor Tyndall on Spontaneous Geuc- 

Query for, 2'i i i e 

Iteccplioii, I4j III It 

Annual. 2ti II 10 c 

t^n-icl}- of Sluoiiiii'is, 19 n '• t 



Ruiller (l'ruf<'S8or) on the Folter'i Art [u 

Britain. 14 ni 10 a 
Rugby School. Klet^tiona, 23 j 11/ 

ikliotari-liip Exatninatiou, iS^OJ 

Spceeh Day. 18/0/' 

Rumour of a Ixian. 'rora the Ero*ni«lsl,2^ j 12/ 
Hua»ell (Earl) Wekoine of the Worliing Men tu 

Tembrolce Loilee. TS « « • 
(J. Seolt) on Modern War Heets, 11> 13 f 

— 1.1 J 10./ 

(\V. H.) oil the Turkish Wounded. 27 / H * 

— - (W. J.j on the Chjniieiil Society, 5 n 11 if 

KU3SIA: — 

Ad(ln.'9ie» lo the Czar while in Moseow, 



pInii'i.'B in, 10 o 

L'sp-intlenue fruin Conllanlinople. 26 J 

■I Newt, 9 a 5 .— n a 7 <-2l ■ 7 ■.'— 

uiiir Inmelada, Note about, 23 u lie 



19 Itiei-ipm, 



Ciar at Mo-™"r. 7 m :. a 

the Czar and iho i'.iuc* of Houn 

Bueharest. la/". « 
Dpelnmcii-n of War with Turkey. 


- I>ii.loo,ati 

Dim ice lie 

Eniigniiiii 

aiid E«e\.i 

- ■* Kii«llrf. U 


NeWB 
.uaii. 

ufG 
Id, 1.1 


17 


'S/ 
nsfrom. lA- 


eelara 


101I 


)t Neutralil 


and the F, 


gli<h 


'reniier. 1 ] ». .'> h 



. Grand ])uke Alexia taki^J tiie ()n(h on 

■oiiiiiiK of Age. 1 1 HI -■. '. 

- Insult to Lql. Welle^ley and Ai«lo[.'v. 27j 



— Ju.lK>u> 



I i'r. H!rou^l^crg lo be 
Eipedliion Defeai 



1 inJiH by Way of iIm I'dli 



-NinihI,5iiL. 
- I'uUie auo. 



.nptioii 



—— Furchaseiilie Gi^ntic 1 
the Philadelphmii K:.bil.iii. 

Kettpiiou of rhe I'lar ■ 

hij UeiuTu. % 111 d c 

lVAig\oua'Vo\tfi*w;c\t\ 

UwDTOUT \\vii. VXii; C I 

Stutie.ll o " d 



o Wounded, J 
iji Cannon from 



m 



»♦ 



jPALM£B 8 INDEX TO ** TIIK TIMICS NKWSl'Al'KR. 



[April 1 te 



Russia (continued). 

r iShoots a Polish Rebel after Granting him 

Pardon, 29 m b e—Vd j b c—lSj 7 e 

Solemn Entry of the Czar into St. Peters- 



burg, 11 mob 

~ and Turkey, 13 fl 5 d— 23 a 5 c 

z Two St. Petersburg Journals Suppressed 

for a Month, 2H u 5 6 
War Hospital Established in Moscow, 20 a 

bd 
West Indian Fleet Ordered to Leave, U w 

8 a 
^\U8siaii Declaration, Notes about, 21 a 8 b — 23 

iH U e— 24 m (> d 
Kuibassy, 3 m 9y— 9 m 12 </— 12 m 12 c— IG 

w 9 / 

^ Liberalism. Lecture on, 16 m 8 a 

Press on the English Ministry, 30 i 5 </ 

: Prisoners in England -Monument to, at 

Lewes, "2 m \2 d 
. and Turkish Armies, 30 a 11 d 

S. 

^iddl^rs* Company, Banquets, 25 a 9 a — 17 iw 10 

«»— J» m 9y--ll) m 10 a 
Sala (M.) on Ai l^ -Russian Panics, 2 fit 12 6 
iale of Slaves in v'airo, 24 m 6 
Salisbury (Marquis of) Withdraws his Resigna- 
* t ion MS, Chairman of the Herts Quarter Ses- 

>iuiis. 4 « y « 
- — '■ i'haj el. Christ Cliurch — Ca«e of Lyrd 

^Ialme^b,u^y, i(i a y /— i2 ; 8 < — J4 ; y e 
Ifaliiis' half, »€<f Saddleks.' CuMFASif, not 

.iii.t r.v' 

liauquet, 17 m 10 a— 18 »w 9/— 19 m 10 a 

saltpetre, Staie of Trade in. 5 « 7 /' 

.yxlzbuT^ Musical Fesliyai. 2rt m 10/ 

Suid Storm, 2 m 11 / 

>iuidonidn {A. (i.) Solar lialo. 22 / 8 d 

Is^Hniior (^Petoti, the (jreai Huugariuu Poet) an 

Exile in Siberia, IG m 9/ 
Saunders (Trelawny) Indian Presidencies, 14i 6 a 
Sauiiders'b News Letter, a New Proprietorship, 
' 12 ,4c 
^t. Aj^nes. Kenninpton, Kemoval and Re-inser- 

lion of H Stained Glass W indow in, G ct lo t/ 
St. Alban's Abbey, 19 m G e 
L — bi>hopric, 12 m 12 c 
liivisiiiure of the First Bishop, 25 iw 11 b 

— I3yl(>./ 
Official Document Designed for Use, 13 

;io./ 

%X. Andrew's University, Ceremony of Capping, 
* 23 a 8 c 

-: Degrees Conferred, 23 o 8 c 

i>t. George's Da>, Service at Campden Hill 

Church,, 25 a 1*0 f 
St. Gotlvard XTunnelj Conference on the Opening 

of. 19 m 8 a ■ 
%{. James's, Hatchara, Demonstration of the 

Working Mens Protestant League against 

Mr. Tooth's Conduct, 19 w 8/ 
--— Kli-ction of rhurch wardens, 4 o 6 b 
.^_ Mr. Fry's Defence for Removing Innova-. 

(Zona in the Church. 29 m 9 e 
^—. — Mnd a Deputation to the Abp. of Cantcr- 
i'fK*^ ^M ^P^ Affairs of, 12 J q d 
1^^ ^ 



St. James's, Hatcham, Mr. Yty, Threatened 
with Proceedings, 1 j V6 f 

Notices about, 15 m 12 c— 21 m 9 /— 18 ; 

8/ 

Mr. Tooth Celebrates tlie Sacrament in, U 

m 8/ 

Mr. Fry Protests against and Orders lu> 

Arrest, 14 m 8 /' 

Mr. Webb's Complaint to the Archdeacon 

on Mr. Fry Removing the Ritualistic Orna- 
ments from the Church, 2G ; 12 r 

Deputation to the Abp. of Canterburr, 

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of. Annual Com- 
memorative Service, 26 ; 8 a 

St. Katherine*s Hospital, Notices about,^ 10 m lo 
c— 12 m 13 r— 17 m 6 e— 22 m 1 1 /— 24 » C /i 

St. Luke*s, Preston ville. Consecration of , 4 cr G h 

St. Leonard's. Shoreditch, Voluntary Chonh 
Rate for, 19 m 11 / 

St. Mark's, Regent's Park, Prince Leopold Lay^ 
the First St«ne of, 26 j 8/ 

College, Chelsea, Anniversary Festival, 'J7 

a 4/ 

St. Marjraret's, Westminster, Note about, 2 ; 10 n 

St. Michael and St. George, Appointments to the 
Order of, 2 m 9./— 31 m 6 o— I ; 9 / 

St. Pancras Guardians, Meeting to Consider tbe 
Case of M. Bishop, 15 ; 12 h 

St. Paul's Cathedral, the C hanibre Syndicate des 
Ouvriers Menuisiers &c. at Paris OflFer s 
Smilpiured Pul|iit for St. Paul's, for the Aid 
UenUered bv England during tha late War, 12 
tt 11 ./— 27'./ 4 /— 23; 7y 

a Free v hurch, 24 m G 6 

the Judges at, 12/11 h 

the Loni Mayor and the Judges at, 16 u tl 

c—\lq>id 

Preachers for To-morrow, 7 a bf—-b w 11 / 

for the Month, 4 m 4 </— 29 w 11 6 



Restoration, Meeting of the Committee, 11 

i 12 J 

Sphliemann (Dr. Henry) Architecture of Troy, 

1 m G e 
Banquet to, by the Grocers' Company, 3c» 

m 8 a 



\ 



Receives Honorary Diplomas from Societies. 

1 «/ Ge--12/G«--I6y 9 /• 

Review of his Life, G j 5 « 

at tlu? Salters' Company, 6 j 5 t 

on Troy and its A^nalogy to Mvc<7en9, 12 

8a 
Schools of Art, 1 abf 

Ship Society, Anniversary Meeting, 14i 6 « 

Science and War. 19 w 12 a 

Scientific Apparatus, Loan Colle<;tion of, 3 a 8/ 

Mining. 9 a 11 a 

and Unscientific Slaughter, 19 m 9 c 

Sclater ( — ) Lecture on Cats an4 Lipna, 25 <ic 8 ^ 

Scotch Poi)r Law, 18 i 12 c 

Scotland- Liberation Movement in, 18 m 8 a 

Opening of the General Assembliv, *l\v^^A 

Scott (John) Preventable Losses pf Shi^p, 25 » 

10 e 

(^^\T \Va\\.*»T^ Potttsiit of, by I^andseer. Sale 

oi,at C>vT\*\Vft \\ ^ y>e 




thxiEiuh AuMrftlimi InTeslment CoDipany, 20 i 

Miuinfc Company, 21 n '/— 30 jw 7 « 

Equitable Life Sotwiy, at j li * 

Free Church, Gereritl Asueiubly, 2i w 6 

—26 m 1-2/— 2H m 1 1 c— SS m 6 f—30 '•■ »> b- 
31 « e«— ojT*— 7>5.;— 21 i' 11 t 

General Auemblv, Annusl btttintci, 23 nt i 

"" ■ 12/— as w 11 r— 29 m 5^—31 m li , 



)7«- 



-7 J 6/ 



of Ihe Kstabltshcd Oiurck, Abp. of Can- 

tertMiry at, 2 ;' T e 

Imperial Insurance Companj, i m Hd 

Jorudiutiun amJKngliiihCoumj' C'uucis, 2i 

Provident Inititutiim, It m 9 a 

pTovinciHl Atsurance CoDiimny. 25 a 5 • 

Mtttrupolitan Life AaBumncc Cuuipanj, li 

■ — - Vaited PrMhjterian Synod, Annual Meet- 
inj;, 21 m 1 1 (/ 

Widoiri' Fund Life Auurance Society, 26 

Sea Uon, (m Bbiohtoh Aquibiuh 

Serpent, 2 bi »rf— 1* j 13 o—lijMJ 

Fiihery, 2*<j II a 

iieal MMiacre tijeason, 1 1 n 5 & 

iteameoat Chureh. \» j 7/ 

Seamen's Hospital Society, Greenwich, Sanation 

of the Priiice uf V\'atei to, 6 u 9/ 
Keif Saciifine, 21 n lu e 
!it-l<ton Common, Mr. Db Morgan'* Meeting on 

ita Encloiure, U a '.0 b 
Selwyn ;Bp.) on ilie South Sea Slave Trade, 4 

Seijeaatt' Inn, Note of an Old Clerk about, 7 m 

*/ 

the Halt to be Let. 7 « e /■ 

PurtraiuFreiented to theNalional Portrait 

GaUery, Vi m iS f 
Sen>aal»' Home, 211 m 12 a 
SESVIA:— 

Aoi.ireraarj of the Surrender of the Ser- 
vian Fortremea by the Turks, \a a 5 b 
Celebration of ihe t uuiiding of the I're- 

•ent Dynasty in. 2 u 3 1—3 u i) u 

Arreatt in, \Aa6d 

and Bulgarian Diatreu in, 16 a 7 r 

Cundtict uf the Prinueon Vin^Dg the Czar 

Koted by Turkey to the Signatory Powen, 

•iOj&t 
Conierv&tive Club Established at Belgrade, 

11 abd 
Death of the Brother of the Princess of, 23 

a9 f 

English Ho»pilalat Belgrade Closed, 6 no ■ 

Urpbitn Home, Ks Bier Celebration in, 10 

Final Evacuation by Turkey, 1,1 a 7 e 

Gold Cross of the Takom, < n B o 

High Mass at, with Prayers for HuBsina 

Succeu. 30 n fi b 
Misctl.laneoua. News, i n B r- 7 a B c & «— 

9 a S b—la a 6 b—b m 7 t— I m o i— la j o ( 
— 29j6rf 
aod Montenegro, 19 j 3 e 

r^— ^ Af//r>//pa Nertpaper SiujH-ndeil, 2 n 3 f 



fierria fr,intiH«f^ 

Offivers in llic Amy of, can Obtsin Equiil 

Ijai^ks in 'he Greek Army, II n il a— Iti ii u i/ 
I'njment ot Dfbls l''urther Po»lpuned,3l 



Hefupees Demurring to Relunt, 10 a B 
Or 10 a 
- Re-Upening of IW ScliooU ia.^aib- 



m 



Russinn Officers in. 10 ■ H r 

Kesurrection Sunday. Service in the Greek 

Churi:h. Sah '—10 a &c 

Sirict Neulr^tlity to be Observed in. li6nSd 

Tren»on C»aes in Dispute. 4 « 6 6 

and Turkey, 13 u 6 c— H'l 7<— 19 j6/ 

Remonstrates against Volunteers froni.in 

Visit of Ihe I'rince to Ihe Ciar. 20 ;' 6 li 

and IheWar, 20u5u— I6>7t~l9l6_/ 

Soirnge, Notes about, IG a A if 

Shaf leahury Park Estate, Meeting of the Te- 

I^rd, and the Factories QueBtk>n, 19 m 12 

6-22 m 7 )■— 23 m 6 f—'H m 9/— 29 w 8 c 

on the Wjtliffe Commemoration, 13j ll> 

«— 20 J 1 i o 

Shakesjieare Anniversary Festival at Stratford- 
on-Avon, 20 a 6 e -24 a 10 « 

Festival of ihe Urban Club at St. John'* 

Gate, 20 o 5 <— 24 a 10 c 

Sbnkcspcnrian Crilieisni, 4 a 9 e — 6 a C b 

Rendinga, 19 a If 

Share Investment Trust. 23oll o— 28iinc 

Shaw (Capl.l Accident to While Proceeding to a 
Fire at the Isle of Dogs, 27> fi d 

Sheep, Import of American. 9 in 12 (f 

Killed on a Rail-ay at Chalford, 19 a 9 / 

Preventable Losses of, 2B in lU « 

MorlHlity among, ki % f 

Sheffield. Cocoa and Coffee House Opened in, by- 
Mr, Mappin. U a 6e 

Financial Crisis in. 21 a 13 h 

Meeting at the Temperance Hsll to Sup- 
port Mr. GUdslnne's Resolution*. 3 ni I! a 

and Ihe Patriotic Building Sotieiies of, 21 

dlSA 

Proposed Co-Operative Village at Abbey- 

dale, near. 9 o li c 

Mr, Roebuck »t the Albert Hnll, AddreM 

□n Intemperance, 12 ui 12 £ 

Mr. Ruskin at, 9 n ti c 

Ruosian Orders Executing in. G « 12 c 

University M.'imW f 

Shelford (W.) on EnglUh and Italian floods, 25 
abt 

Shelley (A. C.) on the Removal of Rags and 
Bones, B m 12/ 

Sheridan (H. B,} the Police and Untried Prison- 
ers, 3 a 9 / 

f.heward (Geo.) on the Tasmanmn Railway, E a 

EHIP NEWS :— 

Biillic Navigable. U m 1 ».— ^\. ™.«. o 

Hi., of Bevlir. ..^'WCT ^iw. -^wS^*;**^"^ 



— iiestruction of the Leo, by Firo, at Sea, 16 
a 5 ^—30 a 8 a 

— Disasters at Sea, 2 a 7 /"-S a 8/— 5 a 8 b 
_7 „ « a— 10 rt 10 €- 12 an /— 13 a 10 (/— 16 
(I 9 /*— 17 a G e--17 a 10 c— 18 a 10 «~19 a 10 
r/— 20 a 6 r— 23 a 10 (/— 24 a 10 c--26 a 9 /— 
80 « 8 rt— 2 m 10 r— 5 r/i 1 1 /— 11 m 8 c— 12 m 
12 /*— 21 m 6 /'— 22 m 7 «— 24 w 10 c— 25 w 6 
r— 28 m II A— 30 « 10 f— 5 / 10 a— 8; 5 /"—IS 
/ lOe— 28y 10« 

from the Tidal Wave, 21 m 6 /" 



— the KlIerhnuseM^ all the Crew Struck by 
Lightning, 10 a 10 ^ 

EngliRh St<?amer, Alleged Destruction of, 



by Torpedoes at Kertsch, 4 w 10 /* 

— Explosion on Board the Sidnrnan, 8 w 5 /— 
10 w o /-2l w 6/-22W 7//— 18j 14 A 

the Leviint, OfBcial Inquiry, 1^11 d 

— Fire on Board the Canudinn, at Sea, 7 / 10 l> 
the Ophrodittff in Liverpool East India 



l>)ck, 18j8/" 

the St lint on, in the Thames, 7 m M f 

the Rijifiman. at Sea, 14y 13 a 



— First Foreign Ship Leaving an English Port 
with Steerage Passengers, 20 « 10 « 

— Float ini; Wreck, 31 ;» 8 c 
Katie Davenport, Mutiny on Board, 22 m 



9€ 

— Loss of the Fishing Smacks in the North 
Sea, Mansion House Fund for the Widows of 
the Drowned. 12 a 5 /— 2 m 10 c 

— Missing Vessels, 5 a 8 — 12 a 5 / — 11 m 



Sc 



— New Ocean Steamship, 28 vi 6/ 

— Rescue at Sea, Award to Capt. Thompson, 
8i6/ 



Shipmt 
Shipwr 

Bene 

Albei 
Shoplift 
Shrieval 
Shrinkai 
Siberian 

Ua 

Sidgwicli 

Servio 
Sierre L 

-7j I 
Silk, Aus 

Frei 

and 

Silver, IX 

%d 
Slmps(m ( 

Edinliui 
Simon Te; 

PromoK 
Singular ( 

5 a 5 /'- 
Skinners* 
Slii(ie(HH 

Wound< 
(Vic( 

10./' 
Slater (Jo 

7 a 
Slave Tra 
Slavonic r 
Sloths am 
Small Ch^ 

thincr » 



June ;i(). l^^TT ] palmkr's ixdkx to ** thk tiwks " Nr.wsi'ArEw 



fpo 



Sniiih (U. ravrie) on Canterbury ('Htludrnl. 2[ 

Hi 7 / — 7 7 14 h 
(Kecves) on the Infant 8oJi Lion, !.'? m 12 

h—'Ji „, (> c— 2 ; 11 /■ 
Smoke liespirator.s for Fires. 3 m 5 / 
tiocinl Science Congress, Notice about. 28 m 8 h 

— 18/(> /• 

of Antiquarians, Lectures before. 4 / '» / 

of Arts. Conference on Insects Injurious to 

Agriculture before, 7 j 14 // 

Annual Meet inc. 28 j e 

Doniestic Economy Report. 30 / (> </ 

Lectures before, 10 n 11 » — !.' i 10 ^ — 

20 « 4 /— 23 a 4 6—20 « i) /— 27 /r 4 ' --;{ •/! 

10 «--10 w t>/— 24 m 6 «— 2(1 //< 1'. ^/— 2! ' 7 ^ 
of Friends, Annual Church l*ar»laioe:;i of, 

r> / 7 rf 

for Improving the Condition of the Labour- 



ing Classes, 30.7 13/ 

of Water Colour Painters. 24 o 4 e 



fcrolicitors' benevolent Association, Half-Yearly 

Meeting, 24 a 10 « 
Somebody's Engagements, from Punch. \ a 1 f 
Sons of the Clergy, Anniversary Festival, 17 m 

lUa 

Meeting of the Governors, 28 m \2 a 

Sotheraa-Estcourt (Ut. Hon. T.) Memorial to 

Memory of , 2 ti 7 c 
South Eastern Riiilway's Provident Savings 

Bank. Heport, 11 / A— 15 ; 10 d 
Kensington Training Schools, M. Dalon 

Appointed Modeller. 26 m 12/ 
Sou they, the Poet, Death of the Daughter of 

19a 10/ 
Southsea Common, Military Disturbance in, 3 a 

Se 
Twelve Chinese Military Officers at, 23 ; 

sr 

Sovereisrn Life Assurance Company, 3 m 7/ 

SPAIN:— 

AUemany (the Ex-Carlist) Applies for the 

Roval x\mnej»tv, (J a 5 <f 
Basque Provinces Refuse to Assimilate 

wi:h the Rest of. Mi m 5 d 

Don Carlos Sends them a Commendatory 



Letter on their Decision. 15 m 5 d 

— British Subjects, Treatment of in, 27 a 4 ft 

— Budget, 30 rt 5 / 

— Bull Fights to be Suppre-sed, 22 y 5/ 

— Cortes. Proceedings in, Ifi m 5 e 

— Court News. Ex-Queen of Spain Requests 
the Pope to Use his Influence to Prevent 
the King Marrying any but a Catholic, 4 »i 



Ue 



Visit of Philip IV. in 1624, 4 a 6 / 
at Xeres, 5 <j 6 d 



Tour of the King, 2 « 4 o— 3 nO a 



the King at Cadiz Contrasted with the 



— Diplomatic News, 9 a 5/— 10 a 5 c — 12 a 5 f 

— Empress Eugenie Visited by the King and 
Princess, 30 m 5 « 

— and England and the Sulu Islands, lljTf 

— Exiled Persons, 30 7n 5 c 
Finances of, 9 a 9 /* 



Vore'ifirn Cml to be T.ixal. 9.2 j '> f 

MiaceUancoiu Xvus, i a o d—ii a 7 f \2t. 



Spain ' 'ont'nt'p'l). 

riiluif ;)ibt. 22 / :. / 

lit I';Mi»us JntoUcMJince in-*a rniti-^lsuit 

^cr\UL' ^Jlo]>pc*(i by Armed Men, 9 a \) j — 12 

Spuni.-^h Probate Court. 7 a i\ f 

Sntu'.'gior^ ai (iibraluir. 22 w 11 d 

Speaker's I'ariia'jKntary Full Dvess Dinner, 20 

a 7 /'— 2ii u 10 r 
Speciilativt* Financing, 30 ; 13 « 
Spet'ulalois and Flats, 13 a 10 <• 
Spelling Keft)rin Conlerencr, 19 in // — 30 wi G d 
London School Board Coumiittce on, 13 ) 

10 c 



Meeting at the ?oci«ty of Arts a))out. 31 

VI (J e 

a Mother's Objfction to P.ducation. 2 / 7 / 

S])icer (Henry) (Circular to the Direct United 

States Cable Coiufany, 22 j 10 e 
Spinoza, Lecture on, 24 a 12 c 
Spirit Duties. Notes about, 9 a 7 (> — 13 o 10 « 
Spirits, Return of the Consumption of, 14/5 e 
Spontaneous Combustion of Coal at Sea, 22 j ^ f 
SPORTING IN TELUGEKCE : — 

At^cot Cup Day, 15/11 a 

Week. 2S /„ G c— 11 j 12 a— 12 / 10 d— 

13 / 11 a-14 / 8 «-lB./ 10 a— 18./ 12/ 

Athletic Sports — Civil Service. 4^ i2 c 

England v. Ireland 28 m <> d 

London Club, 30 a 10 rf— 2 m 12 A- 14 m 



8 ^-29 /// 6 /.— (? / 10 a—2hj 9 c— 2G ? 1 1 rf— 
277 10 c 

Private Banks Club, 21 ./ 10 e 

Royal Military Academy, 21 / 10 e 

Working Men's Meeting, 3 a 6/ 

— Auteuil Races, 13 a W a 

— Bath Races, 22 m 6 e— 23 m 6 6 

— Bibury Club Meeting, 28/11 a 
Bicycling — Contest for the One-Mile Cham- 



pionship at Lillic Bridge, 13 / 1 1 c 

the London Club, 22 w Cie-\\j\2e 

Meeting at Hampton Court, 28 /n G d 

Oxford and Cambridge Races, 12.7 10 e 

Ten Mile Di>trict Challenge Cup Race of 



the London Club, 12 / 10 e 

— j{illiard8,the Championship Match, Roberts 
V. (^ook. 30 in 10 c 

— Boating at Cambridge, 23 wile 

— Bois de Boulogne liaces. 3 a 5 /*— 9 a 10 6 



— IG a 10 fl?— 23 a 10 c-9 m 6 6—11 m 8 d— 

14 »/ 8/> 
Bristol and Western Couiities. Meeting, 9 

a 10«— 10 a I2c~ll a9d— 12 a 10 c 
Chantilly Races, 21 m 11 a— 25 m 6 a— 28 

m(j a 

Cheltenham Steeplechases, 9 a 10 a 

Chester Meeting, 7 m G 6—8 vi 12 </— 9 »» 

12 /— 10 m 6 C/-11 m 8 c/— 12 w 12 « 

Coaching Club. 17 in 9/— 22 ; 10 d 

Craven llounds. Sale of , 3 « 8 6 

Oicket — in Australia, 7 a 6 /— 21 a 7 e — 

2 JM 5 c — 14 M 5 d—lj 5 € 
Eton V, WincKefttet, 1^ \ ^ c 






-^ / • ^^ f 



^ ^ — o 



V, Gloucestershire. 8 / 10 e_9 / 7 ^ 
■ l)emisang, 6a]lb ' " ^ -"^^ « « 

m pr'^'^,*;'* ^"^^""^ Meeting, 17 m 7 /• 
"^Kp.0. D.rb, and Oaks, !/« ,1 L'/^l . 8 

— Meeting and the Grand Prix de Paris, 
— itacps, 30 w 10 0—1 jS6 

^"'/ t-nH'np'onship, 7 a lO 6 

H 'J?^ "'/"<=''"'' Club. 3 ,„ 8 /,_21 » 1 1 A 

— - JU Marche Kaces. 20 a 8 d-'>9 „, g j 
-^ Epsom and Sandown Park, 28 a lo „_3o 



«# 



>M a A 



Jane 30, 1877.] pai.mkk's ini>kx to " tiik timf.s*' xkwspapkr. 



Bii 



Standard Kire Insurnnee JvOnijmny. 9 w 13 a 

Lite Assurance (.^mipJiny, 2 /« 12 r 

MariMe Insurance ( onipjiny. 15 / 10 // & h 

Sipnley ( l>ean> on Chun li and .State. i> n <» p. 
Si apleion (A. G.) on Mr. Canning and Navarino, 

21 /» II / 
Stair Fishes and tlieir Allies. Lecture on, 2 J 6 / 
Stationary Office, (.Controller's Office Vacatit, 30 

II 4 e 
Official Commission to Inquire into, 19 m 

1 1 r -22 m 1 1 /• 
Statistical Society, Anniversary Meeting, 27 ; 8 o 
Steam Boilers in the Navy, 5 m 10 a 

E' gines. Export Value, 13 y 10/ 

Si eel, Siemens and Bcsf^erner, 6 « 11 a 

Shipbuilding. 3 n H ^—4 u 7 /" 

Steeple Cliinbinj? at Soudan, 7 i 8 <5 

Stephen (Sir James) and the Pa/l Mall. 17 m 6 «• 

(J. F.) Independence of Indian Judges, 31 

M 5 f—2 jHe 
Stepney Creche and Infant Home, Bazaar in Aid 

of, 28 //I 1 1 a 
Stevenson ' Dr. James) on Vaccination, 5 a 11 « 
Stock Exchange Securities. List of, 10 a 7 a 
and J )efauliing Members, 1 2 ni 13 a— 24 m 7 ri 

Hoyal Commiffsion to Inquire into the 

Working of, 12 ;« 12 c- 16 w 6 / -6 ; G </— 7 
J 8 c— 12 ; 6 a -16; J3a 

Settling Days. U n 7 A— 14 a 13 d—SO m7 a 

'hares Allowed to be Quoted, 25 m 7 h 



Stwks. Foreign. State of, see every day's paper 
Stokes (Col.) Api.e.Hls for the Sister of the Dis- 
coverer of the Overland Koute to India, 5 a 
11 b 

on the Suez (^anal, 14 / 12 /' 

(\\ hitlcy) « odification of Law. 25 / 7 e 



St(K)niVAart Maal.sli/ippi, Dividend, 14 m 9 h 
Storm, Frightful, in the North East of Scotland, 

6 a 10 t: 

in Herts, 7 a (i d 

Storms. 9 ri 1 1 n 

Strachey (Lt. Gen.) on Indian Famines, 22 

M 4 / 
Stradbroke f Lord) on Game Eggs, 23 m 8 6 
Straits Setilemsnts, Gall/" 

Miscellaneous News, lii./5 e 

Strangfoid (Lady) Fund for the Bulgarians, 12 

m 12 h 

- War Victims, 27jie 
Strawberry Crop, 28 /« 1 1 / 

Street Nomenclature, 23 m 4 /'— 4 / 5 e 

Tnimways, State of Shares in Companies, 

«#;« every dnyti paper 

Argentine, 7 « 11 /*— 10 n 7 h 

Bells, Meeting to Protest against, 5 m 8 



€— 8i« 11 y 

Buenos Ayres National, 11 a 12 d — 17 a 

6 6 — 3 m 7 e 

Carshagena and Herreias Steam, 23 a 7 



c— 30 a7 e 

of Manchester. 1 8 m 1 1 « 

Meeting to Consider the Use of Steam 



on, 19 fi 10 a 

Notices about, 2 m 5 c 

Steam in Glasgow. 29 / 9/ 



Streeter ^Edwin) on the Dimnoad Fields. 17 m 
Si/ 



STRIKES :-- 

of the American RaU\^-ay Engine Drivers^ 

23 a of- 12 m 7 f 
of the Bell Kin;;'ers at Twickenham, 8 m Itl 

/— 21 m 6/1—12 / He 

ot the Cotton Spiimers in Lancashire, 7 »♦ 



6 a-9 ; 13 /' 

— of Girls at West Scton Mine, near Citm* 
borne, 9 </ 9 e 

— of Miners at Seraing, 26 m 7 /*— 31 mot 
at the Fii'e and Clackmannan Coliicne.s 



28 m 9 e 

in Newcastle, 26 m 12 e— 28#» 10 a 

in Northumberland, 29 /« 5 /— 30 /// 5/ 

— 1> 5 e—7 i 7 /--I I ;8/— 14 7 7*«?— -'« ; lii./' 
— of the Nut and Bolt Trade at Dailaston 



and Smelhwick. 22 m 7 d 

— Df the Shipbuilders at Stockton-on-Tees, 9 
a9e 

— of Shipwrights on the Clyde. 5 /i 6 /*— -14 ;/» 
5 d—U m 8y— 16 m 9/— 18 m 9/— 2i m \\ fl 
—24 m 6 r 

of the South Wales Colliers, 13 / 5 /— 18 ji 



7/— 2o.;10/> 
— '- of Stevedores, at Montreal, 22 i 5/— 23 / 7 

f-2>sihf 

— and Lock Out on the Clyde, George Poltcf 

on, 30 miyd 

Notes about. 1 / 8 a— 7 ; 6 /— 12 / 9 /' 



Strui^ple for Life, a Scene on Board the iJout^fuih,, 

14 tn rt e 
Student in the Banks. Use of Free Libraries^ '2i 

Submarine Volcanoes. Nofe about. 21 ?/* 8 (^ 
Sub-Wiiildon Exploration, Final Keport, LI f 

11 c 
Suez Canal, see Cl. f al 

— and Belligcrci.fs. 4 m 4 /* 
Suffolk Street Galleries, 17 in 10 « 
Sugar. State of riiidc in, see rKODrcE MaUajT 

Convention, 26 m 7 f 

Duties in Italy. \\ <i 7 f 

Finzcll's Sugar Uefiuery at Bristt.l. li a \-2 

o— 19 a7 f 
— French Bounty on, 19 a 10 « 
Manufacturei's, o a 5 <i 



SUICIDES :— 

of Herbert Berry, from Blackrlnrs Bridge, 

12./ 10/ 

of Mr, Davidso:', of Homney Street, in the 

Thames. 28 « 7 / 

of an Elderly Woman, from (^mnng C^ro I 

Embankment, 30 /« 6/ 

of a Genileman, from off a Mail Steamer 

near Hyde. 25 ; lly 

of John Giles, with his Son, by Drowning 



at Walkhampton. 29 m 9/ 

— of Joseph Goadby, at Market Bosworth, 2rt 
m 10 /> 

— of John Gylby. in the Thames, 8 a 10 d 
-— of James Hartshorn, of Nottingham, 6 a 5 s 

— of Mrs. Hutley, at Witham. 1 j' 6 e 

— of William Ives, of Caledonian Baa^,, V^ %. 



5e 






17 a 11 e 



Sui 



PALMEK's IN1»KX to ** THIC TIM. "IS '' NKWSlUrKi:. 



[April I to 



Suicides (rontiime'l). 

of Charles Marchnl. the ruinter, in I'aris. 

2 a 3 e 

of A Man, from the Victoria ] jiibankinent, 

20 ;9/ 

of W. Newson. of Li; tie Clonham. 1 i i\ e 

of Znchariah l'ji}j:e, at Colrhcsttr. 1 ^ (» c 

of Mr. Pitt, the ].a!e Kn-incer of the 

Tourutfi/ine^ \) o 10 ri 

of John Quick, from I hi? Suspension Bridge 

at Taunton. 2i; ? 12 /> 

of i^liilip Snii'li. of Lawford. 1 / f» « 

- of a Yoinig Woman, at Whitehall Steps, 11 
« lae 

Girl, in Dowlais Ironworks Ueservoir, 12 

;■ 10/ 

Attempted, of Ilarry Leigh, the Murderer, 



in Macclev^'ficld (iaol. A a G u 

SuUivan ( A. M ) and M.l\. 27 a 9 a 

and Dr. Keicalv. 21 ^i 7 / 

Sumatra, Dutcli War in. 24///')/ 

Summoning Officers and Bribes frora Jurors, 2 
M 13/ 

Sun in Hecops. 1 ; 4/ 

Sunstroke, the hni'ef on, 11 / 9 / 

Sundav ('losing in Ireland, 1(> m 4 /'— 23 m 6 /*— 
30 m 6 I- 

Openinpf of Museum*, Meeting at Sion Col- 
lege about MO in 10 6 

— School Mcoiiug, Anniversary Proceedings, 
5 tn b f 

^Jociety for Opening Museums, Libraries, 

&c^ on. Annual Meeting. 14 /// 8 v. 

Meeimn in Trafalgar Square to Support, 

in Parli.iPie It, 1 1 / 12 f- i;^ ; 12 n 



Surgeons. Koyal (. tilkj^fof, .Meeting of the Coun- 
cil. 13 // 10 d 

Visited by Mi inbcrs of the Working Men's 

Club Union* 21 /// in / 

Successful Journd-th.' IVtit J^mrn <{. 1 / ."> f 
Suspended Aniinalion — Ca.-e of Charles Law- 
rence. 12 <i \) ;■ 

Dcnii'd. 13 a "> e 

EUSPENblON^ :— 

Barclay. Alevand t. i Co.. of Goihenhurg, 

20 / 7 // 

Biews. Wir. Il'-nry Maxwell, of Birming- 
ham, 14 /// '.» ' — -7 / :• / 

B.ink of L;!n«inl);ir'T. ."i // 7 /• 

Bsii.^uit iL ( u,. ot K rij^s Anns Yard, '60 j 

12 r/ 

Davi. s. (1. B.. of llie Stoc'k Kxehange, 17 wi 



<; a 

— France, James, o* Watergate, Dewsbury, 
11) / 10 n 

— Greener, T., of Darlington. 14 «j 12/ 

— Hayne and Son. of Long Lane. 7 r; 1 1 a 

— Ireland and Son. Butkhaven. 1 ife. 31 m 1 a 
Not Coniiecied with the Kiiidjil House, 



4/9« 

Jones, Benjamin, of Sh ffit'ld, 21 a 13 b 

Kit{;hen. J. K.. of Souihwark. 7 a 1 1 a 

Son & Co.. of Borou^'h. 2s n 12 a—\ j 6 c 

L/ine^, JMvid. & Co., of Worship Street, 

I'Jasbur^v. i^fi o 7 /^ 
- Zceumlynns, L'oyI Mill rhJchcidcv/iOmy u 



Suspensions iroutinued). 

Lowe. Isaaic. v*c Co., of LiverpcMk] ar.d i^t- 

vaniiah. 3i» ; \'l */ 
.MM-.jllei:, ('. IJ., of the Stock Kxclningc, 



i 4 /// i» a 

Miniiirt. J. E.. of Not I inn ham. 1I> « 6 ;" 



''!< 



Mounlain S. 11.. of the Borough, IwCa 

— 11 m 10 n 

Hutionjee& Co.. H» / 13 n 

Shelion, J. H., of the Stock Ezcliange, 17 

md a 

Thurmand and Sons, of Batley Carr, 25 m 

la 
in the United States and Canada, Don 4 

Co*s. Report, 28 a 12 a 
Sweden ( King of J Confers the Honour of Knight- 
hood on Mr. l^ngstrono, 28 ; 12 6 
Swiss Hotels, 30 vi 8 d 

the Doubtful Boon, 5^8 c— 26 / 4 « 

Old (Catholic Synod on Communion in both 

Kinds, 2() m 7/ 
Switzerland — Miscellaneous News, 14 a 7/ 

Hurricane and Floods in, 22jbf 

Sydney Harbour, Defence of, 13 a 8 a 
Synagogue. New, at Bayswater, M. Leopold de 

Rothschild Lay the Foundation Stone, 11 jht 
Syria. Application for an English Consul at 

Haifa, 22 m 4 e 

T. 
Talbot, (J. G.) at Woolwich, 31 m 10 </ 
Tallow. State of Trade in, \n every da^s paper 
Tasmania, Governor Weld's Riding Tour through 

3 a 7 e 

— the Fry Family in, 3 a 7 e 
Want of Confidence m the Ministry Voted, 

19 m 8 n 
Taunton ( Archdn.) Adyice to his Clergy, 26 a 

(John H.) on Our Canal Population, 28 m 

Tavistock (Marchioness of) the Mayor of LutOD*s 
Wishes on her Marringe, 11 a 10 A 

Taylor (Henry) Emigration to South Australia, 
1 1 tf r» d 

(Mrs.) on the Women Suffrage Meeting in 

St. James's Hall, t) j o d 

[_\\'.) on the Primeval Forests of India, 26 

in 13 */ — 30 m b e 

Tea of China and of India, 21 ;/i 10 c 

Assam Company, li» / 10 a 

— - Deliveries of, from Bonded Warehousea, 11 
a 12 //— 18 n />— 25 a 1 1 6—2 m 12 ci— 9 m IZ 
0-16/// 7 6—24 m 7 6—30 w 7 a— 20 ; 7 a 

the Gifueofj/e Leaves the London DocJls for 

a Cargo of, 30 a 7 c 

Imports, 31 m 7 a — I / «» a 

Jorehaut Company, 15^ 10 ^— 27 j 6/ 

Luckimpore Company, 14 j 8/ 

Stale of the Market, in evety dnif^s pop§r 

Teaching by Example, 12 in 13 d 
Teddiiigton Weir, 12 m 6/ 
TELLGEAPHS :— 

Anulo- American, 14 n 13 c — 28 j 7 e 

Bholan Pass. 18 in 'if 

WtwtXWww t5.vkVi\v\w\\\\v\. 2^ a 12 d — 7 tn 7 c 



Juue 30, 1877.] palmkk's index to Tire 



*' TIMES " 



NEWSPArEU. 



Ira 



Telegraphs (coutimteil). 

Direct Ciible C^'ompany, 7 a 1 1 a & e — 13 ; 

6 a -22 > 10 e— 23 ; 1) a— 27> fi a Sc e 
Eastern Kx tension, 2 </ 4 e— 1 1 a 12 rf— 19 

a 6 c— 26 m y //— 14> 8/^2dj y (/ 

German, 12 a 9 e 

Union and Trust Company, see Germain 



— Guemsey and Alderne>\ 29 m 6 d 

— to India. 25 m (I e 

— Monteviileon and Brazilian, 13 a 10 « 

— Optical, 22 /// r» /* 

— Kanjijoou-IVnaiig, 4 « 9 « — 5 a 7e — 7 a 11 6 
— 9 « 7c 

— Renter's Company, 28 w 6 « -2 j 9 < 

— Mr. Scudamore and the, I7 11 a 

— to Sou h AfricT^ J»S.;X/ 

— State of Shares in Couipanies, in every days 
pap^r 

— Submarine Cable Trusts. 23 n 7 r— 2 m 12 c 

— West Coasr of America. 21 a 7,/— 24;w 7 < 
India and Panama, 25 a 1 1 6—4 m 6 d — 

24 m 7 € 

— Western aud Brazillin, 5 a 7 e — 19 ; 10 a 
Union, 27 7' 1; e 



Telegraphy in Europe in 1875, 22 ;» 7 / 

Telfer (J. Buchan) on Soukoum Kaleh, 23 w 8 rf 

on the Caucasus, 7 J o e 

Temperature of the Sea, Lecture on by Dr. Car- 
penter, 25 a 8/ 
Temple Church. Ascension Day Service. 7 m 7 f 

Gardens. Iimer, to be Open Till « o'clock, 6 

} 12 6— 9; 13e 

Inner, Banquet. Grand Day, Prince Chris- 



tian Present, 7 ; 12 h 

Eieciion of Benchers, 16/7./ 

Ilall, Sir P. Colquhoun's Paper on lioman 



Law, 11 i\\ f 

Middle, Grand Day in Easter Term, Ban- 



quet, 26 tt 10 </ 

Headings in. by Dr. Vaughan, 24 m 9 e 

Thackeray (Anne) on Gutter Children, 22 m 7/ 
Thames Fishing. '6 m\\ b 

Floods, 207 II a 

Prevention of Floods Bill, Meeting about, 

21 ; 10 6—22 ; « «— 23 ; 6 c— 27 j 9 f 
THEATRES:— 

Comedie Francaise, 2 m 7 f—\ m 5 e 

Handel Festival, .see Crystal Palace 

Embankment Opera House. 2 ; 13/ 

Folly Theatre, Special Performance to Aid 

the Rescued Miners, 3 m \0 d 

Gaiety. 23 m 8 c— 7 ; 10 //-22 ; 4 /' 

Benefit of C. L. Kenney. 18 / 11/ 

Mr. Creswick's Farewell Benefit at, 22 m 9 « 



Globe, 4 w 4 d—2S m 10 e -19 j 4/ 

Grand Paris Opera, 1 iw 6 « 

Haymarket, 9 a 8 a— 24 a 8 ^—13 jS d 

Her Majesty's, 30 a 8 b—7 m 9y— 15 i» 4/ 

— 12;4//— -iHj Ae 

Lyceum, 21 m 6 6 

Olympic, 5 a 8 c 

Opera Comique, 21 a 6 /— 4 mid 

Prince of Wales's, 2 a 6 ^ 

Princesses, 5 « 8 c 

Roval Italian Opera, 4 a 9 A-9 a 6 h — \0a 

Sa—30a 8 6—7fM9/—l5m4/'-^oji ^—19 



Theatres (rontijiued\ 

Hoyal Italian Opera Madame Patti at, 36 

m^ f 

Royal Park and Miss Blackwood, 9j IS f 

St. James's. 17 a 4 e — 4 m 4 d 

Hall, llandel's Hercules given at, 7 ;* 11 f 

Herr Rubinstein's Recitals at, 8 .7 4 e 

Madame Christine N Upson's Charity 



Performance at, 8 ; 4 « 

— Strand, 1 6 w 4 /" 

— Surrey. 7 aS0—\'2 m\2 h 
Westminster Aquarium. 4 m 4 d — 2"^ m 10 e 



Thicko ( F. E.) on Fires in Iht atres, 9 7 13 f 
Thiriwall ^Bp.) Library. 16 wi 10/>— 29 m (y d 
Thorough ; Arehdn. of Taunton's Charge, 26 a 

7 d 
Thrones and Principalities. 30 a 11 / 
'Ihur-field (James R.) on the Oxford Professor- 
ships. 24 Ml 6 /■ 
Tichborne Demunstration — Corresprmdence be- 
tween Mr. De Morgan and the Government^ 
17o 10 d 
Deputation at the Home Office, 19 a 10 c 

Meeting. IH <i 8 r/— 19 / 1 1 a 

Tidal Wave in ihe Pacific, 6 y 6 /"— 9^ 10 b— 12 

J 4 ri— 13 / 10 /— 14 i 7 e 
Tidman (R. V.;on Exhibiting Lists of Receivers 

of Poor Relief. 9 n 8 6 
Tiflis, Grand Fete Day at, 18/5 A 
Tilley (Thos.) Deep Well Borings in London, 3 

m 7 / 
Tiimed Meats for China — Rats from Kansas, 8/ 

9 c 
Titian, Statue to, on his Ter-Centenary of his 

Death. 16 // 1 1 /' 
Titicns (Mdlle.) Health of, 28 m 11 c— 29 m 6 d 

— 4 ? 1 1 /— 25 7 1 1 f 

the Queen Telegraphs Enquiries, I ; 6 « 

Torpedoes — Use of in Dispersing a Sunken 

Steamer in the Hninber. 22 10 7 a 

Playing wiih at lli-ndon, 26 m 11/ 

Torqii.iy Science and Art Schools, Lady Burdett- 

Couus Distributes the I'nzes at, 7 </ 5 /' 
Tottenham Sanitary Reform in, 30 « 4 e 
Towui Hiidge Bill. 12 1,1 12 d 
Handets Constitntiouid Asso iation antl 

Conservative Club. Annual Banquet, 11 j 6 a 
Trade State of. see every day's paper 

with America. 16 a 7 / 

of Gibraltar, 30 a 9 /* 

of Morocco. 27 a 4 r 

of Russia, 5 « 7 //—1 7 a \0 b 

with Venozuela. 17 */ 10 #: 

Statistical Abstract for the Principal 

Foreign Countries of, by Mr. Giffen, 21 a Mia 
Board of. Notices. 7 a 6 /—I I a 9 e — 14 a 

9 A— 18 (I 6 //-2.'» u 9 a— '2 .i* 9 /— 5 m 10 ^— 

12 w 7 «— 16 m 8 a— 19 ,n 10 </— 23 m 8 a— 26 

m 10 c— 30 m 8 c^ij j 8 6 — 13 > 8 c— 167 10 c 

—20 J 6 f 

Returns, 8 w 1 1 </— 10 w 7 «— 9y 12 c 

and Navigation RetvLttv^ l«t \^»x^^^^S^ ^ 

6a _ 

Trades \3moT\s atvA t\\^ C\vv\xe\\,^vi.Xj«t\ ^^ ^^^^x- 

tereuee, \*2 u 1 f », - «. v> c 

Trafalgar ^t\uaTvi \o OK\v^tv\ 'SVT^vi^'> < «- - 

Tru\u\j\g Cv»\W^*v^, \ D '» * 



Xta. 



palmer's index to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPEB. 



[April 1 »o 



Training Ships on the Thames, Official Inspection 

of. 1 1 7 8 a 
London School Board Propose to Estab- 

linhOne, VSj 5 f 
— WmsytU, Inspection of, 4 w 9 J — 187 9 h 

—20 J 10 

Prince of Wales Opens the New Ship, 



22 j 11 c 

[Vorrester. Mr. Brasscy Distributes the 



Prizes on Board. 2') j n d 

for Teacliers of the Deaf, 20 7 7/ 



Tramways, see Stmkkt 

Notice of Vanjus. 2 w 6 « 

Union (Company, *JS^ m 7 c — 8 / 6 6 

Transvaal, see ("ape 
TrMvc'llcrs in the Desert, 7 « '2 c 
Treasury .Solicitor. Official Notice about, 25m S f 
— ^ — Warrants. 25 n d a 
TroatnjjL*nt of Imbeciles. 11) w \A b 
Treaty of ( '(»«inierte wit h FrancjL', i 6 a Gc — 28 m G d 

Meeting: about, 17 a f> /' 

■- ii'otice about, 4 /« 9 e 

' Proloppvlion of. \G a Ct r 

-= — Mr. Kowlett Kccommends Reprisals for AU 

torations. JG // 8 /' 
Troi'sin "the Kow." 13/ 11 /' 
'trt'vel^an (bir Cbas.) 011 Medical Kelief in llie 

Metropolis, \\) a H) e 
- — ,C. E.) on the Utnl Cross Society, :K» / 

yA I, 
Trinity Churclt Rourneiuouth. Lord Shaft esbui'y 

Lh\s the Stone ot. 25 m 1 J 
-.^- Collet;e, Mr. Fiizj^'crald Elected Fellow, 29 

/// 1» / 
-. London, Conversazione on Opening the 

>iew Buiiiiiiip. i j 9./" 
-«i-i»- — House, Court I)ay in. 29 fi <> d 
- — BaiKj^uetfihe I'rince of Wales Presiding, 25 

1 riple Alliance — Prosecution of the Die Waoge, 

25 j 7 e 
'ici}\Ut\te ( Anthony) the Novelist, en route for the 

(^ape. 18/ 11/ 
Troy. Architecture of, 1 m 8 e 
and Mycoena. 12 « 8 a 



> 



'1'i^st and l^oan Company of CaiLida, 21 »i 7 

M ml e 
Truro Bishopric. Consecration, 24 a 9 /~26 a 

10 (1 

« Armorial Bearin^rs of the New See, I m (i d 

^^ — pirtU Ordination Service, 28 m 10/* 

]New Bi^hop Kuthroned, 2 m 9 e 

i'unis. the Bey of. Excuses Sending Troops to 

Turkey from Poverty, i2 w 7 «? 
--^— Kussia Threaiers to Bombard if Aid b« 

Sent to the Sultan, 23 m 5 d 
Tulipmania, 4 n 7 <i 
lurk and Ureek, 30 ./ 6 a 

V'jyks and Mahomedans, Note about, 21 m 10 e 
TUUKEY:— 

-^ Bastinado Abolijshed by Law, 2C « 5 <f 

.«.;-. Budget, .;0 a 5./— 19> 5/ 
^ — the Cabinet, 1 la 7 c 
■«-=i-— ( f/ue/erit'//, Wretched State of. 2f> a 5 d 
-— Con^pirHcy in Constant inopk\ :i\ m 5 c 
-- J^onatAntJnoide Kmb:izi*y c>/ i^-sJ^laijd, 10. u 



Turkey (continued). 

Departure of the Russian Embassy, 2111 7 ^ 

—7 m 4d 
Diplomatic News, 1 1 a 7 e — 17 a 5 d — 18 # 

od 
Relations with the Great Powers to b» 

Resumed, 27 a 5 ^ 
Disturbances ia Diarbekir, Unfounded, 6<i 

5d 
Editors and Compositors of the Sela:uet and 

the Musativat Exiled, 19 / 6 /* 

English Officers in the Service of , 4 m 9 /" 

Eve of War, 7 m 4 d 

the Ex-Sultan Murad. 15/7/* 

Expelled Russians Arrive at Vienna, 2o m 

5/- 

Forced Loan, 11 i 7 f 

and Germany. H m o d 

the Government and its Parliament, 29 m 

10 a 

the Jews at Constantinople Offer up Pray- 
ers for Succesi of the Turkish Arms, 23 m 9/ 
Justice in. Note about, 22 w 5 / 

and Police in, 13^8 c — 2 wi 5 a 

Khe<live Proposes to Visit the Sultan, 1ft a 

5^ 
Large Purchase of Cattle by the BritisU 

Government, 14 m 7 e 

Mr. Layjird Arrives. 2 m 7 ft 

List of Works on C'anipaign. Ac. in, in tl»€ 

Briti>li Museum. 2 m li h 
Loan of lj>54. Meeting of Bondholdcn;, 11 

a 9 c 

Midhat Pa^ha. Case of, 9 « 5 c 

Adherents still Prosecuted. 1 / 5 /> 

— in EngUind^ 23 m 9/— 11 j 1 1 / 
in London, 7 ) 12 a 

Leaves for Paris. 27 .?" 9 /* 

Movements of, 2 a 3 J—S.a 3 d 

Students of the Militaiy School Petition 

the Porte for his Return, 10 a 5 c 

Ali Masmi who Drew up the Petition 



Killed under the Punishment af the Bastinado, 
10 a 5 c—\i> a 10 a— 26 a 5d 

Sail Effenrii under Ponuhment for De- 



nouncing the Exile of, 10 a 5 c 

Denial of the Puni^shment on Ali Masnii. 



13 rt 9/ 

the Turkish Vice Consul at Naples Re- 



moved for his ("onduct to, I«i a 8 u 

— Miscellaneous News, 2 a 3 y— 9 a & c — 50 
w 5 6 

— New Oriental Stock. 11 ; 7/ 
Palace for the CEcutuenical Patriarch> 



2<»/5 /■ 

Non-Mahomedans Conscription, 23 m 5 ^ 

Odean Effendi Exiled, 1 1 ; 7 t/ 

Orders Conferred bv the Sultan, 7 a 5 « 

Pardons and Releases, 29 m 10 a 

Parliaujent, Proceedings in, 5 €i 5 a — 7 « ^ 

c^y a f, c_3 in 5 J— 2G fit 7 c— 20 / 5. /*— 27 i 4 

«— 29 j 5 /• 
— ' — Debate on Language of Conquered Na-«^ 

lions, 9 a 5 c 

v\\e VoVeti nl. ?» n ^\ a 

Vo:*V^. ^\v\TcV^;.fA\w%^\t> m K.^ 




Tarkey ('■oHtim.td'). 

I'liwxi. of, 27.1 4 t 

Fublii; Secority in, 27 a* a 

— — JIitMtati Embavsy Lcma-, 27(1 II fi 

the Sultnn'a Gift lo Pniiue 1Iiin».i»ii. ibj P a 

'I'hruw* Upea hi* Favuritu (iarJcu [u tliu 

I't>uple, 21 M 6 a 

- Su»pen*k>nof tTiePresiLB* of I97&, 3 « 7c 

iind ita Telegntph Stiff, 11! u u c < 

ToleratioD iu. 1 1 _j" 1 2 / j 

Tribute Loon, 31 lu 5 r 

Two 'ilionannil hufiiis DciiiHnd the I)is- | 

L-linrge of iha Mlnijtry, 31 m ti c— I / J b—V^ j 1 
10 u J 

Tj^boid Fever in, aii a 5 d 1 

War CrMlila, 12 iH il 

Materiel for, from tlie Uoiled States, 2 

j7d 

Praipecti in, 27 o U a 

Turkish Debates, 14 u □ d 

KnibMM]', Correspondence betwpen Eurl 

tirBDviUe and Mr. Koebuck uii, lU o 6 c 

Englisli. 2o / 12 t 

LiMD of IHTl, Meeting of SliarcliuI'len, 23 



-Pri 



iVrim 



n 10 



U«fctnr>, Briliali Blue liuok abour,16m 

tioldien, l(i n 1(1 / 

WuTiurs. 16 m 111/ 

Torpi-ntine, Stale of Trade iti, E o 7/ 

Tvnd and Kestituliun, S a a e 

Twining (Louixa) Guing Hume, 21 m 11 f 

Two Tears' Hisiury, lljou 

Tu-ycross (Jaa.) on his Action igainst Dreyfi 



u. 

QNCLAOail] DIVIDENII3; ~ 

Adeanc, Henry John, 27 a I b 

AndersuD. Barbara, il j I b 

llMRge, Wm., 21 n 1 t 

Baker, llev. It, Geo., 20 j 1 b 

Baiiyard. Henry Ja«. and Wiiliam, 16 m I i 

Bpisly. Jolin. \)j 1 b 

Blnkeway, Philip F^w., 12 <i 1 £ 

Bridgcr, James and ("IharUitte, 1 j I i 

('ariuarthen Union, M m 1 4 

-^~ CUrk. Thomas. 2i <i I b 

Clarkson, John Gorhatn, 2G m 1 & 

deary, Bryan. ;W m 1 6 

Colain, Jaoien, lU m 1 i 

CoHiua. Mary Anne. IM « 1 6 

Cook. Rer. F. T., 20 o I 6 

Cninip, Hobt Win., 1 1 .i I /. 

Cusler, CbHl Sophia, Joy 1 4. 

Frank, 15 1 1 ft 

Dale. Hobt Nonit, li n I b, 

Bxriingusa. Jamea, Iffj J A 

-. — fAiHv, Jaiaet, ij lb. 



Unctaimed Dividenda (i ni'duuri/}. 

I)j[ibv. W. ti, l>."WiiiiiHfld, 'J')/ ! ^ 

ilodMiii, Huv. llhrifiopliiT. M m \ b 

Downua, Ann ^w^uh hiicy, 2 j 1 u 

Thus, Hardwit-k. 2 / 1 (. 

Duke, Allan Abr.iliHm, l-l <i 1 4 

Kngland, Luty. iO m 1 b 

Erskiiie, Hev, Thuiiiii*, 27 n 1 'r 

KilZKerald, Ul-v. A. Olwav, IMj ! b 

Floyd, >Ury, IS; 1 t 

I'ornwin, Win, Henry, 7 u 1 e 

— Gilding, 'niouias. 4 m 1 t 

Gik-3. I harlot. I»; 1 b 

Glinn. i{f». Owen. IB i« 1 fr 

G«, Field Fluwrrs. I'.l .. 1 b 

GoiiiperB. Era«liiii.-1, 3/14 

Good, Uit'liurd. lli « ' ' 



■rt. Visei 



ss. 21 



lU 



%m\b 



Wni. Gayer. IB m 1 6 

Harris. Jacob Morrii, 2> 1 b 

Harvey, Robert Baieson, 0)14 

Itev, W. Wigan. 26 a I 4 

~ lliizlerigg. Sir Arthur Grey, 9 n 1 

Hiciiens, Hoburt. 30 w 1 4 

Hiliyer, Dame Mary Lyall, 4j 1 ft 



- Capt. Wni 



4> 1 ft 



— - Holder, Luke, i 

- Hook, Rev. Dean, 20 a 1 4 

Hope, Kev. C, A„ W o 1 6 

Hopkins, Henry Geo„ 12 n I 6 

Hudbuii, Chaa. Walter, 20 o 1 6 

Inglia, Cliaa. Geo, and Eliza, 30 » 1 ft 

Jebb, Richard Geo., loj \ b 

Johnston. Sophia, a ni 1 4 

Jones, Saniuei, 4 in 1 A 

Joynsoii, Hklmund Hanboroagh, 9 m 1 



- Wm. H,. B 



>1 ft 



- KinR, Wm., -m j 1 4 
Kitchin. Kev. G<«. W 

- Thu*. Mihvard, 2a «. I 4 

- Lighlfoot. Will, Jarai-a, 2j 

- Lluyd. Anna Lewis, ZOj 1 I 

- Luccna, Stephen Laneastcr. 

- Lukin, Robt, Henry, fiill 

- Madan. Itev. Spenoer, 20j 1 

- Mugniac, Arthur, 27 t\ 1 b 

- Mangin, Keubin Cailland, 21 

- Martin, Jamea Thoa., ai m I 
Maiyear, Robert, 20j 1 4 

- Middlcton, Baron, 20 a 1 4 



'i:Am 



- Wm„ ■■ 



1 I ft 



- Moore, John, J, Anthony and Thoma*, 2S 
:14 

- Aluaisrove, Abp.. 20 a 1 ft 

- Musk, Robert, 7 « 1 4 

- Mib'hlingHle. Florence and Frances P., 25 a 

- Si.«belt. Hunry. 12 hi ] h 

- Norton, Stlby, 14 a \. I. 

- V'a,vWvnui\, V»t, 5-V..\* i\\li 

- VeWiim. U^^is. ■Stmicw ~ 



Unc 



palmkk's index to **tiik timks" NKwarAPKR. [April 1 to 



Unclaimed lividends {mufhined). 

i';v-co1t Will, (ito., iJ o 1 //— '-M a 1 b 

Tu^ton. Sir.Iacul) llo.iry, 21 >i I /; 

Kaiiliael. Joseph. 2 j ^ h 

Ilex ill, \Vni., () */ 1 6 

Niiids. MMj.iinps David, 10 /I h 

>e\vell, rhilip Kdw., Via I h 

^>lK;lley, ilohn Villiors. I wi 1 6 

Sniiih, Jervoise, 'l\i a 1 b 

John Stace, W a \ b 

Samuel, 25 a 1 b 

Sowerby, John I««aac, 25 j \ h 

Stanton, John, 15 / I b 

Stednian, Elizabeth, II m \h 

Urquhart, Kev. John, 5 a 1 6 

Vernon, Granville Harcourt, l>i j 1 b 

Walford, Thomas. 20./ 1 b 

Walhouse, Edward, 19 a 1 6 

Ware, George llichard, 15 ; 1 b 

John and Martin, 29 / 1 b 



— Wnrde, (has. Thos., 19 « 1 6 

— Welch, Grahjim Wm., 17 w 1 h 

— Westop, Harriet King and Sarah Eliz., 25 
o 1 b 

— Wheeler, Jas. Christian, 20 / 1 /* 

— Whildon, Arthur Edward, Ujlb- 

— Wilon, Jas., 18 ;m I 6 

— Wilmot. Francis, 10 « 1 6 

— Wood. Robert Richard. Ifi H 6 
Wrij?ht, John Reid. 25 / 1 b 



** Uncle Tom " Leaves for Canada, 27 a 12 6 

Undeceiving the Porte. 5 m 6 / 

Union Marine Insurance Company, 27 7 6 « 

Steamship Company, 14 « lo c — 23 a 7 b — 

29m 7 6 
United Law Clerks' Society, Anniversary Din- 
ner, 5 ;■ 6 / 
• Methodist' Free Churches' Home and Mis- 
sions, 24 u 10 a 
Universal Life Assurance Society, 10 m 7 a 

Marine Insurance Company, 15 7 10 b 

Universities Bill and CoUejre Livings. 4 •« 4 e 
University College, Distribution of Prizes, 19 nt 
Ce 

Hospital, 13 o 9 f—S m 7 b 

Anniverf^ary Festival, 17 w 10 b — 18 m dj 

Donations, 27 7 C e 

Debating Society, 10 in 7/ 

of Wales, Donation to, 18 / 6 a 

Unrewarded Pioneer — Lt. Waghorn, 5 a 11 & 
Untried Prisoners and the Police, 3 a 9 /—5 a 
12 a 

Note about, 6 a 11 A 

Uppingham-by-the-Sca. 23 a 4 c 
Uppingham School, Scholarships, 20 <? 5 c 
Upsula. Celebration of the 400th Annual Com- 
memoration, 27 j 5/ 
Uses of Town Sewage, 12 a 11/ 

V. 

Vallombrosa, Notes about. 25 m 10 /— 26 m 9 a 

—30 OT 6 a— 6 / 1 1 « 
Vaccination, Public, Notes about, 2 a 4/— 3 o 5 
^— / a 6e^5 m J 2 e—6 a \0 c 

in Scotland, 22 m 7 a 

Valtmble Living VacAnt-St, Mary, March, 19 

f}f) 



Vauxh:dl Bridjre Company, Report, 7 m 7 c 
Vejretarianism and the Gout, 19 m 9 e 
Veniiin;r (Wni.) Appeal for the Defoe Family, 

s»t Defoe 
Verncy (Frederick) Lock-Out on the Clyde, 1 ;" 

8 a 
Viat Armis, 25/12 6 
Victoria— Adopt a Free Trade Policy, 28 a 7 / 

Cen.sus, 14 w 5 d 

Cricketting in. 14 ;» 5 d 

Melbourne University to Remain where it 

is, 1 2 / 4 « 

Kew Ministry, 25 7/1 5 /* 

I'atliament, 12/4 <i- 28 / 5 f 

Pn)gre9sive Land Tax, 14 m 5 </ 

Protectionist Policy, 14 w 8 a 

Heturns. \2 j \ a 

Victoria Dwellings Association, 20 j 10 a— 23/ 

10 a 

Opening of. Lord Beaconsficld, 25 j 12 a 

Hos}jital for Children, b m 10 ti 

Institute. Annual Meeting, 7 j 13 « 

v^intage in Farnce, b a Qf 

Visitations, Archdeacon of Middlesex, 19 a 9 /" 

Vivisection in Florence, 30 ; G a 

Vogel (Julius) on a Supplementary Exhibition 

of Articles Awarded Prizes, IS^' 4 d 
Volcano, State of Vesuvius, 10 a 10 « 
VOLUNTEEES : — 
Annual Inspection, 29 m 6 c/- 21 j 10 c 

Spring Muster, 5 a 6 c 

at Aldcr.-^hott. 21 / 10 c 

Brigade Field Days, 3 m 5 /*-— 17 w 10 c— 

2Smb f 

Drills, 7 w 6 c 

Bullet from Wimbledon Common Enters a 



Gentleman's House, 29 7 1 2 a 

— Camp at Mitcham, 23 m of 

— Civd Service Corps in Canip, 23^ 8 / 

— Competition for the English Eight at Cam- 
bridge, 25 > 12/- 27/ 10 e 

— Distribution of Prizes at the Crystal Palace, 
21 m 6ci 

Easter Monday Review at Dunstable, No- 



tices, 2 a8 fl— 3 d 7 / 
at Dover. 3 a 8 6 



— Elcho Shield Competition, 20 a 8 e- 6 / 5/ 
—Hi 8 c 

— Field Day at Panshanger, 21 m 6 e 
at Wind)ledon, 31 in 6 c 

— Grain Fort (.'orps. b a 6 d 



Inns of Court in Camp, bj 10/— 11 / 8 c 
Ball by, 30 / 6 /* 



Inter- Regimental Rifle Match, 23 m bj 

Matches. 17 a 12 a 

and Military Tactics, 14 a 14 </ 

New York Rifle Association Return Match, 



ba 



bf 



— Official Inspections, 28 m \0 d 

— Review in Hyde Park. 23 ; S f—2bj 12 J 

— Rifle Meetings for Prizes, 23 /« bf 

— Societe Havrai.«e de Tir Invites the English 
to Come Over again. 1 7 w 10 e 

— Total Number of. 24 w 6 6 

— VJ\v\W\woQt Cow\vviQ>tv Encampment, 23 mb f 

T;\gY\t, \1 a VI a 




WRghom(Lt,l Appeal for thB Si-^ter of, a a 1 

Wngiwr CHtrr llichnnl >, 2 w !> f 

Addrusn lo on his Arriifal iii Lnndoi. 4 



1 St-cret Societies in Prussia, 
u llie Lake Njoass Miaaian, 



WaUer (Iter. H.) ■ 

iM m U) d 
■Walrond Will Case, 19/11 o- 
Wflnton Mischief, Branldng St 

21 '« 6 « 
War. Coit of. 2a m 11 d 

Losacs liidireel. 2j 10 a 

— Mupa, it™ lOe 



- Adler, Severe Contest at, 23 m 6 /— S4 m 

- Ai<] to the Sick and Woonded. 13 a 10 c 

- Alliania. ProcecdingB in, ( w 5 '» 

- AmeriLiin Officers in the Ai my of the East, 



Artilltry Duel at Ibrnli, IS it T a 

llie Artist Veivslehasin KiQed by a Turk- 
ish Shell at Tunukai, 21! / 10 c 

Atrocities Conimilied by tlie Belligerents, 

IjSe 

Auslrit and Rus4b, Policf of, 3 hi 7 A 

and the Wnr, IS n 7 /"— 5 hi T d 

and .Spain Issue Decta rations of Neutral- 

ity, U » 7 /■ 

Austrian Navigation Rules to be Obserred 

During, ti ni 7 n 

anrl A uatro- Hungary, i m ^ d 

Ne-iiralily of, 7 is 5 r— 11 m H b 

Col. Valentine Baker in Command, 22 m 

10 <r 

Kraut Shot while a Prisoner by 

Ilk.' ('at off ihc Lijis and Xoics 



the Kiiss 

Bash. 



of Zagaroleh and Drfeal of ill! Turks. 20 

Itnynxid Captured by the Russians, H in 5 a 

Conflict at, 2.-,; H n— :tO jld 

Ke-Cnplured by the Turks. 2S j 7/ 

Before the Passa^te of tlie Danube, 25 J 10 e 

bfkel Di'Slroyiii by the Turk*. 9 m 7 « 

— —''Journal Belgi-ade" on the itussian Des- 
tiny. 12 «. 7 



- War Move 



in. 2i >i 



Black Sea. Account of. 3 

Declared in a S ale of Blockade by Ihs 

Turks. .^ « 7 h—r m 7 6—14 <n 7 ( 

iilockade Disregarded by Russia, 7 j 8 / 

■ ■ 1. Hobart Pasha in, lHj 11 a 



- Flee 

- Movements in 



(iSd— 21m6 



War in, 12 / 5 a -19 j 6 c-27 ; if—'iSJ 

5c 
Blockade of the Russian Const of the 

Danube. S in a d 

Bombardment of Ginrgevo, 18i 13 c 

and RuBiehuk. 28 ;fl n ■ 

of Oltcnilza. by the Turks, 11 in 5 a 

of Httstchok. 27 ;■ 5 a— 30 i 7 a 

Bosnia Advised by RuBStu to Seek Austrian 



'Imlc 



- Aiuneaty Granted to. 22 m 10 a 

ChurcliKi by Orrler ofjihe Pope Offer up 

Praveri for Turkish Succosh, 29 m 5 c 



- L'lumas Prcaehing the Holy War in, 12 j 



76 

Military Movements in, 2] m 5 c 

State of, 26 5 c— 26 aj f 

Bulgarian Cara]>. the Ciar Visits, 20 j" , 

Bulgarian Insurgents Released and j 

nesty Granted, 12 in 7 e 
Irfgioii. 4 / 7 a 

Governor, 13/5 6 

Capture of Ard:ihan by the Russians, i 

6 6—20 in 5/~-l j 10 n— 6/ 5 b—ij 7 b— 
10 u 
Ruesis.^ &a\Vi\M«.**i'a.,''-'^"»^^'- 



W-.ir 



TIIK TIMr.S XKXVSrAPER, 



[April 1 to 



War in the T aat ■ •■ntiwe ■■). 

).» ,'m.' ilii'l:;-wl !»iy;;(l» .>/.'# «i 



7 ' — .'» / ;"» r 



' ^ M f. ■_ / .) c 



XW \\\- I A 

r.t (/l''nr/.i ill (I Turtukai. <!^r.. l.S »w '• h 

:it l'.ni»M>hi. 1> /// Ki h 

ji' !>')»;: 11 sa. ;'• /// r* r 

— ( (»n-iHiiniK»i«le ( onfcnnfo. Ofilcial Docu- 
iiKMits « 'oMiUTtL'.l wijh. 14 /// ."> // 

1 ac d ijj M State of Siege, '2S m 5 e 

Slat • of. !>*< m f) d 

nnd Siu'Z. Kussiji Agrees for EDglnnd to 

Protfct, 22 }n '» //— 24 /// .'» c 
jiiul the War. I?* j I:* « 



Convent <)f O-lroi; De-rroveH. *1> t 7 d 

Oourt Maitiai on liU?j^eiii Sabri I'asha, 29 

/ 5 h 

' "risis, 17 «r 5 a — !0 a "> ^—20 a 5 a— 21 a 7 

a — 2:J a T) u 

il'.e Czar's Proclamatitm to the Bulgarians, 

:^() ? 7 a 

Danube, Closing of the Navigation of, 30 ni 

5 a 

— — from the Shores of. hy Our Special Cor- 
respondent. 2.S m 8 « 

C)i>ened for TrnfBc only. 4/7 h—?t i 5/ 

• Statistics and Information about, 14 j 12 a 

Turkish Side of, l.'» ; 5 /' 

War Moveniont!*. 23 m 5 d — 2H w o h 

Defeat of the llussians at Tchuruk-Sou, 27 

u b a 

Demonstration in Agram in Honour of the 

Arehduk*:^ Albrechi's Visit. 14 »« 7 6 & e 

Din of War. 2.', j h /» 

Disarmament — Turkey Consents First to, 



9 a 5 M 

Dobrudja. State of in anticipation of the 



liussians. 7 ; r. /' 

— Dobrudscha to be Destroyed on the Arrival 
of the Hussians. 22 m '0 6 

Spellifig of the Name. 22 m 10 d 

Eastern Question Association, Meeting of 

the. on. 2t; a ii c 

England Declares Itself Neutral, SO a o a 

1(8 NeutrHlily Ascribed by Kussia to the 



liibings in Asia, lu wi 5 d 

Proclamation of Neutrality, 1 w 8 a 

Reply to the Kussian Ciicular, 7 m 8 a — 



9 w 7 a— 1 m 5 e— 1 4 /// 7 A 

Reception of, by Foreign Powers, 9 m 7a 

— Fighting. Severe at Del^baba, 26jo/ 

at Flory. 29 / 5 / 

at Zedi'kan, 23 ; 7/ 

— First Encounters, Russian Reports. 1 m Ti o 
Engagement, the Rus-^ians Defeated at 



Tchuruk-Sou, 27 n a a— 28 n 7 a & f 
Russian Defea^ 2S a 7 a & f 



Engagement at J)elibaba, 29 ; 5 6 
Engagements at Gradina and Spahitch, 20 



;6// 

— Fortress of Rustchuck, 14 j 12 6 

of Varna, f» a 5 b 



and Free yavigntion of the Danube, 8 m o 



/v J // 



OffivJRl Xoti'Pd about the I'locknde, B m 






\ 



War i'.i the ^ast (vout'v^tcdx 

- French D.claratiiMi of Neutrality, 7 w 12i 
— 8 //; ;') f 

Fur V\\\\ fif ihe lite Scharayl Carried abf>uf 

to Inciu* IJc^.elUon. 2.s ♦« Ti r 

fJ-iribjiMi's Son Organizing a Corps for. 

Dinie.l. 2<» " 5 c 
GerniHn Correal xindent on. 2.*^ m h h 

Squadron at Port Said. 2:j / 7 /' 

TrJiders Arresed as Spies, \if j b /' 

and Gern>;iny. 26 / 5 e 

Gorausko. >tate <»f. 4 ; 7 f> 

Greece Pe iden on Neutrality. 30 ; 7 <• 

on iheTurki.-h Frontier, 27a 5 «— 8w5 

and I he Wnr. 4 w .'t d 

Greek Patriarch Exhorts to Faithful«e<i 

to the Sulran, H j 5 d 

an<l the Harvest on the Danube. 19/5 d 

Hohnrt l'a>ha in Command of the BUck 

Sea M -et. 22 m 10 a 

Holv War Proclaimed against Russia, 22 « 

5 f—'d m 7 d- 29 m o c 

ll»raila Rombarded by Ihe Turks, 8 w 5 rf— 

1 1 iH r» a — 1 4 ut 7 u 

Turkish Monitor Blown up before, 14 m 



7 a &/■—:)( ) /«5 n 
— Invasion of Was^geric by Turkey, \Sj(»i 
Italian Fleet. Moa ements of, 27 a 5 c 



Italy and the Protocol, 18 a 5 e 

Declares itD Neutrality, ] m b d 



Jews in Bucharest Deny being Persecuted. 

4; 7 c/ 

Journey Through Roumania, 18 j 12 c 

Kalafat, Bombardm<int of, 14 w 7 a — 23^ 7 

C—2SJ oh 

— • Kars, Battles before, 1 m 5/— 2 m 7 a — 3»« 
5 If— 7 m 5 a & f—^ m b «— 12 /« 7 /*— 14 w 7 / 
— 19 m 8 f/— 31 m 5 6—12 j 5 d—VAjb 6— !.'« / 
5/[,_18y7«-2iy5 /•— 20; bb 

Bombardment of, 26 j 5 «— 29 jb/ 

Fighting at, 13 ; b e — 20 ; b e 

Fireworks and Illuminations Prepared t« 

Celebrate the Capture of by Russia, so soon 

as Taken, 13; 10 c 
Russian I.iOsses before, 21 m 6 a 

Procee<Iings Around. 24 wo b — 2^jh» 

Siege of, 15/5 </— 18 ; 7/ 

Gev.eral Tchekoloyeff Wounded befon*. 



22m bh 

the Khedive and the War, 3 wi 6 c 



Kifichineflf Decides to Raise an Obelisk to 

Commemorate the Czar's Stay there, 14 m 7 * 

Last Hope, 17 a 10 c 

Letter on the War, 2 m G </ 

Mahoniedans in Russia. 20 m 8 / 

Manifestation of 2,000 Softas in Constanti- 
nople. 20 m 7 t 

Map '»f the Danube from Nikopol to Sistot*. 

2J» ;■ 6 r-30 j7 b&c 

of the Environs of Rustchuck and Giur- 



gevo, 27jbc& d—2Sj b r&d 

of the r>ower Danube and Dobrudsha, 25 



j7 c& </— 26 jbb&c 

of the Military Position in Asia, 15 j 8 A 



&.C— "l^j \Qc&.d— ?»Q j 1 d&e 



dv^ r 



0, 1S77.] PAUIEU'S INUBX TO " TlIK 111118 " NEWSPATEK. 



the Eul (■■..nrinui;!). 

p, Mild t Couutry. -'ii a a c & li 

tus>ian I Jne of Ailvmice, li.i a S A — 2G a 

T B 5 d—an .1 & t & (/—I n 5 c & (f 

f ih« S..-UC of War ih Aaia, :!1 u 7 c £ d 

l»6c fi,d— lOmo eirf— lomoe&d 
1 5 e & (<— -^2 M u & d— S3 n 6 c & (J— 
. c A d_26 M 7 e 1 d— ^9 in 5 c & (£—30 
t d— I J 6 c * rf— 2 / 7 c t rf-ti J 6 f A. rf 
7 c4d~8 > 7c*rf— [2 J fic&J— ]»j 
y— 22 i 10 A &r— 26/5 4&( 
-oa the Danube, 9» 7 c&d— It nSc 
12 n 7 IT & (<— 14 in 7 c & i/— 16 m S e & 
n 6 c & J— 1» « 7 I 4 rf~21 « 6 e 4 d 
I 5 e— 28 « 6 f 4 rf~3l m 6 c 4 rf-4 > 7 
-6/5(4 </— 9 J 7 e 4 d— ll> 7 e 4 rf — 
e& d— 18jl2ctrf— 38jlOe4(f 
f Turkith HlllUrr faiition* in Europe, 

f 4 d— 28 a 7 e 4 d— 2 m 7 « 4 d— 13 ; 

:— U ; 7 e 4 d— 20 / B A 4 e 

Mof the Seat of War, Waterlow's Pocket 

*>6a 

or the War. 5m Uc 

xl Helgund and hii Companion Arreited 

hnmU, bat Rvlenied, 16 j 7 a 

icellaiieoui Mewa, S a S a— 16 a 6 e — 17 

-19<lD&&d— 2Ua So— 21 a 7 a— 23 o 

5 a 5 c— 27 a 5 i— 30 a 6 « 4 /— S m 5 

, 5 e— 14 m 7 r— 16 » 6 4—18 m 5 c— 19 

-25 « 5 c—ae n 7 /■— * } 7 /— 8 ; 5 e— 

rf— 14j 12 6—16 i6d— I6i 7 d~.I9 j5 

/5/ 

aaiury of Therapontc Dectroved bv the 

, 10 « 6/ 



Meats, 6i fid— 7j T J—SJ 7rf— 11 ;' 7 

)7a— 16j 7«— 21jS^— 26j6 6 

he Oelegstea Leave Constantinople, 18 

>eniand> Refnied and the DeleiraleB 

, Uu7e-23a5d 

^nKagementii »ith ihe Turks, ij 7 e— 26 

ii»eit Zloitup and Capture Spedina, 28 

loTementi in, 28 a 7 c 

legociationa for PeiM, 2 a 4 n— 3 a 3 a 

i a & rf-7 a 6 c— « a 5 i— 11 a 7 o, e 4 

I Sc4c— 18 aSctd~l* a-, a&cl 

d— 18 a Gc 

lews, 4j7e— 18/7 «4 f—22j6/—27 

28 / S d-29 / 6 r— 30 / 7 e 

QtUxa about, 2 IN 7 u- 4 n 5 i— 9 n 7 ft 

7 e— 20j fi d 

reparing for War, 80 a S « 

erria Bound to Help, 27j 6 c 

ttcceiaes, 7 j 7 <— 8 j 6 c— 18 / 7 «— 22 j 

ij7rf— 25>7r 

orki Defeated bj,20a6a 

Frepanng to Allaek, 16 a 5 c 

irkeji and SattiM, 31 m 10 a 



War in the Eaat \_rmiitiiied). 

,Vioroci:u and Tu Ilia Declare thurNeutriilitj, 

16m 5s 

MovemenCri of ihc Czar. 21 u 7 a 

on the Danube. IM « 7 4 

of Troops. 2 J 7 e 

Naval Coniesis. la/Sc 

Navigation of ilie Danube Forbidden, 7 m 

64 

Closed hj Rutsia, SO a 5 i- 

Negociationa, 3 u ti a — a u 5 a 

Oilessa, aU but Deserted, 21 w 3/ 

State of. 22 IK 5 ft 

Officers Killed in, 20> 6/— 23> 7 /— 26j J 

<— 28 job 

Uffldai Notices about. 2 m 12 d— 3 m 6 e— 

10 m 10 a— 12 « 13 d— 19 in 12 u 

— — — Telegrams, 12 m 7 6 

Olli, the Kussiana Evacuate, 13 i ,■;/ 

Patriarch of Constantinople's New Anti- 
Russian Faatorai, 20 i 6 < 

Persia, Russian Morements in. 9_/ 7 a 

PoUsh Legion Formed bj the Turlis, 4 m 3 



-12 m 



x<7<I 



- Movements, i: 

Pot«, Account of, 1 1 IN 6 /' 

Bombarded by the Ottoman Fleet, 28 u 7 

/— 30 a 6 fl 
Flayer to be Offered up in England during, 

10 w ID 4 

Preparations for War, 24 a 5 o 

Prince Gortchnkoff's An»wer Not Satisfac- 
tory, 13) 5<i-lii) 5 a 

Proclamations of the Grand Diikc. 14 u. 7 4 

Protocol. 8 Q 3 ?— o u 5 u— 23 u i)/ 

Persia and the Porte, '2j 7 4 

Pyrgos, Enysffement at, 22 j 5 '■—2S) 7 r 

- Hed Cross Socitty Leave for the Army, IS 
in5c 

Keni Bombarded by the Turks. 7 m '•/ 

Retrospect ind PrO'pect, 22 in 1 1 < 

Kevictanlling of Nick^ich. 19 j 5 t 

Rpport thatTurkey Offers for Peace. 7 / 7 '» 

Rouniania, Announces lis InUependemi- 

and Uctlares War against Turkey, III m 5 l>— 
14«.7c-l«ii.5 c— 22w6e— 15>6 4 

Appeal for the War Victims of. « / 11 r 

Army, 9 J U 4—12 j 6 a— 22 / 5 r—jr, j 






, 12 » 



-2G m 7 



Closes tbe Danube, 22 m 5 <I 

Crosses the Danube. 29 m 5 4 

Dealar^aiu Neutrality, 27aBo— 28a7i/ 

Kntry of the Czar into, 8 j 5 a — 9 j 7 '< 

—njid 

in the Handa of Russia, 15 n 6 6 — 16 m 

5 i_2l m 5 c—2'i m 6 c— 28 mac 
Independence Offldall; Aaau>m<s^13>'w 

5«— \lii1 o 

ln^»im« Ktto^ "\t ■"■ " ^^ ' 

V\bwA \>1 VI - " 

Siege, a j 1 I. 



War 



PXLMi-:rt*.i INDEX TO *' TIIK TIMK? " NKW.SPA PI ri. 



[Allini 



War in tho East {voniinneti). 

lioumaniii and the rorte. 7 ?/; 5 />— 8 m 5 h 

• Proclamations of Eacli l^owur. 7 / 7 </ 

llie I'rince Leaves to Meet the Czar, 13 



j 5 b — 14 ; 7 /> 
Prii»ce Imperial of Fninre in. 28 ) "> </ 

Proclnmaiion of Prince Cliarlei, 27 a 5 d 

and Sorvia, 28 / .* i/ 

and Turkey, 14 m 7 a 

Turkish GnnlM»:it Captured by, 15 m 5 a 

and a War I'jix. 2t) m 7 c 

War News, l.'i m 5 a — 18 m 5 6 — 23 m 5 

d — 25 m ') r 

and Kounmnia. 2t) n 5 c & e — 30 u 5 A 

Shejiheni Flayed by the Turks and his 



Herds Captured, 11/7 6—14/ 7 a 
— Roumanians and Bulgarians, 13 / 10 a 
Rumours of l*eaee, 21) m 5 6 — 31 m 5 a — 2 



j 7 n — 4 7 7 a — G j 5 h — 1 1 ^ 7 c 
— Russian Advances. (» ; 5 d — 1 1 / 7 / 

Army, 3 a 3 a — 18 u 5 «— ^lij a 5 b — 27 a 



5 a — 14 m 7 « — H> m 5 a — \)j 12 a 

■ ■ in Europe, 30 m 8 b 
Movements of, 11 m 5 b — 17 m 5 a — 31 



tn o e 



Atrocities before Kars, 30 y 7 d 
Attempts to Cross the Danube, 20 j 5 c 



-23 > 7 c 

Repulsed, 11 / 7 f 



m o c 



in the Black Sen, 10 wi 7 <?— 8 / Gf 
Blockaded the Danube with Torx>edoes, 4 

Bonds in Payment, 1 7 »« 5 A 

Camp at Ban Jassi. 2() m 7 />— 28 m 5 h 

Circassian Officer on beinjj Refused his 

Pardon by the Czar, Stabs himself, 7 / 7 c 
' th>i Czar Leaves for the Army, 31 w 5 6 

Joins the Armv, 27 */ 5 b 

Address to the Army, 27 a 5 r 

on the Danube, 12 m 7 a — 21 m 5 c 

Declaration of War. 20 a 5 a 

Defeated in Attempts to Cross the Da- 



nube, 10 j 7 n & f 

• ' ■ at Aba/li. 14 / 7 /> 

ai Llb/.s, 2il ; a /' 

• near K.-trs, 22 m .'> p 



Double PI ly \vi h Srrvia. 2'* m ."> c 

Duke Nifluilis's A;ldre>s to the Ann}', 

2Sa 7 n 

Kmbassy Lenves Constantinople, 25 a 



i>b 



Kmi)loy8 North American and German 



Kngini'crs. \) m 7 b 

Eiii»ai,'ements, 20^5 a 

and Knjrland, 10 m 5 </ 

Knter Wallachia, 11 ;« 5 // 



o a 



War in the East (rontrntie/i). 
— Russia Issjje a Camp Journal to be iS»M 
the Militon/ Flyhui S/ictf.s, 23 J 7 d j 



Kxp edit ion into the Country of tlie Akbal 

Turcomans, 13 m 12 c 

— Feeling of, on the War, 4 tn 9 f 

Fleet, 17 m 5 d— 19 m 7 d & /— 24 mon 

Grand Duko*s War Proclaination to the 

Army, 1 m 5 a— 21 tn of 
— ~^ Proclamation to the Roumanians, 25 a 



^C% a 5 a 



and th^ Great Powers, 27 j 5 d 
Jmporial Circular to Kmbasaiea Abroad, 



Manifesto, 2.') a a 
in 18.")3, 24 a 5 u 



Reception of, by. the People and 

Army, 20 a i* e 

of. by Foreign Courts, 26 a 5 e 

Press on, 30 a 7 r 



\k 



I 



Marching on Ardahan, 30 a 5/ 

Movements, 10 a 6 « — 18 a 5 id — 21 a 

— 24 a 5 b — 11 7 7a 

Naval News, ij 7 a 

Note, Great Powers on, 4 m 5 c 

at Olti, 9 > 7 rf . 

Advancing on, 29 m 5 a 



Ordnance, 14^ 12 d 
Passage of the Danube, 25 j 



I 



a-25;M 

a—2G j 5 a-2G / 10 c— 28 j 5 b—2dj 5 a it 
—30 j 7 a 

Passing Through Bucharest, 12 w 7 a 

and Poland, 7j7e 

and the Porte, 9 rt 5 e — 10 a 5 e & f-^Uj 

a 7 o— 14 al c & «— 16 a 5 b 

and the Powers, 7 j 7 c 

Preparing for War, 14 a 7 « 

Press on the Impending War, 2 a 3 c 

on the Position, 12 a 5 < — 27 a he 

on the Theatre of War and the Open- 



tions Carried on, 10 m 5 a 

on the War, a Caustic Article for the 



Czar, 18j 6 a 

Proclamation to the Roumanians, 26 a 5f 

Programme, 14 / 7 b 

Progress of, 4 in 5 a — 5 m 7 a 

Proposed Terms for Peace, 2 / 7 « 

Proposes to Confine the W'ar within C«^- 



tain Limits, 18 m 5 c 

Protocol, Signing of, by all the Potjts 

in London, 2 q 3 Z> & / 

Gen Ignatieff's Mission to England, \^ 



a 10 a 



Turkish Ambassador *s Note in Rcpl;, ( 



( 



26a 5 a 



12 c 



and the British Parliament, 7 a 5 a 
at Constantinople, 4 a 5 a — 5 a of 
Correspondents on, 7 « 5 a 
Lord Derby's Declaration on, 9 d G / 
— Letter from, to AW. Jocelyn on, •"!> « 



English Text of, 6 a 10 a 

the French Papers on, 18 a 5 c 

Minutes and Declarations about by tb^; 



Ministers Signing, 6 a 10 a 

Presented to the Porte by the 






Powers Simultaneously, 6 a 5 a — 7 ah d 
5 a 

the Russian Press on, 7 o 5 « 

the Text of the Reply of the Porte, ^ 



a 



66 



Prussian Officers Joining, 30 m 5 a 
Red Cross Society, 2 1 m 4 a 
Reply to England, 1 i 6 c 
and Roumania, 24 a 5 6 

Russians in, 1 m 5 a — 2 m 7 a— 3 «5* 



! 



— \^ m t> a — '> m 1 \i — \ v\ a (> — T ra 1 1 d 



30, 1«77.] 



riLUEK'S tNL>EX TO THE " TIUKS NEWdl-AI-Elt. 



KuMian Suueesses, 4j 7 l—Tijhf 

Tel^raiiii. 4 m 6 a 

Torpedo Buma Ucstroyetl by Turkish 

Iranclada, Ujlb 

Eapeilitiouon Hit Sulinii, lojQo— 19 



1 Wkt in the East (■■onUnufd). 

i Tor|*duiM and XoulrsU, 2a m 12 e 

Trorips for ihu Turkish Army from Egypt, 

Turco-1'oli-h Lesion. 27 j 5 rf 

— Tultsha tu bo llurnt it the Turkish Garri- 
Bon be Foived to Leave, 15 » 5 -i 

— Turkey Alllrm» it is Carrying out its Re- 
forms, ll> n e 

Aiivi^'d by f:n;,'l.i'id not lo Unfurl tli» 

l'ri>phL'r9 litandaid. \ mo d 

Army of. 17 aac—'lia 1 a-i\ i« o t— 



ltu[£(.-huk, the Engli-.h Colony Leave, 30 a \ 

and OiurgeTO, IW ;' 8 /" I 

Kifc-liting ,n, lihh ' 

— Si. I'elersbiirg To.m Cuuiitil's Address lo 
Ihtf Czar, 1-4 HI 7 r 

Schek'hnu It.lids at Ma.vurliip, 22 m b b \ 

Servia and AuatriH, .tl m ,' h \ 

Deciik-ion Sirkt Neutr.iliiv, I j 3 4 i 

— Knl..r,.-d bv ibe liusaians. 21 i i, d '■ 
Miat-elbuieous Sews abuu:. :il « 5/— 20 \ 

Moveinenlsiu.4f7cI-7jTe 

Neutrality lo be Kespected, 2 m 7 u — 15 

'■ If Kot Austria Dedarei War, 1 i« 6 J ! 

— !ty7u i 
and the I'orlo, ■•7aiid~60a 5 t/ 4 <— 12 ■- 

the Press of Incites lu War. Ojjb \ 

a.,d Jii..»i^, r.,j:^ I 

G.'n. TeiiLTniiveEf UIT..Ted the Coniin.tnd ! 

of iht Army of, 3 ™ ,. t 

Society fur Aiding (lie biok and Wounded, ' 

in OiH^tion,:;? .,,',= 

MunioiiKility .if Moscow'* Doimiion to, | 

of Friends ,>f I'eatc I'etilion Ihe Clar ' 

for I'taec. li .i HI r— i;i „ ,". o ' 

Bon ol S.'li,ini}l Aiilini; Ttirk,-y. Vi ■» 7 t I 

Soukouin Kiikli. ra|.(ui-ed by tbe t'urte, 

'" i--iehii 



ir 


A 


i«,2S 


m f-'JA 




\ 


mieni 


,2'J/1<)(. 


^0 


1 


e iJu 


ube, ll> " 


— "a>v 




iglheKnssmn A 


lU 


~li 


1 Hn/ 


iii(! Offori 


.1 the T 
Car 


1'. 


niidi 


ieil. H\} u :> 
2!! ,■ 10 -. 


Cireul 

liussia, ■-': . 




■ lie from 



lier Jnwsioii by 

n the I'roKteol. 1 1 
u Tr&«-I4., 7r--l!'.,7c 
Conceniruiion of Troops in Wid.iin, lit 

Cool DiKu-gniil i>f Lift- in ihe Soldiers— 

an Ani'Cdoie. Jii i 4 .f 
Cwurteay .ii.d IV'nr Correspondmt'. I'J 

;■ + ./ 
Defeat nl ll:isiniiylarieo liy the Monte- 

ne(tr:inH, KSj 7e 
J>.-_|i:iieli t.i ii" ■\ni1">-''!idi>r» At.roadoii 

the Position of liniininnia, 1 mi 6 & 

Explioil l)ftall« of till- Army, 2G m 10 « 

Klm't, -i-Aj \-if 

in. l«i 7 ft 



[i Hui 






I. 30 m 



a Ul'I. 



ed L 



; ^«ld:el 






Ko-fiiforei-Mioiii 

Sullan'j Adilr 

bailun De>pateli<.-d i 
biiug-l.i. lioiiinnofaky Dpcoratod wiih 1h> 

t'ioi.9 of St, George for Blowing up iliv lurt 

ikll Mouit<)r, 24 ™ ,1 (, 

Sliiie of Ihe Dimubc. 10 i„ .-. c 

of Tiliis, 1 / .'■ .1 

Sjuda Bay I'rol.-eieil bv 'lorpid.jp!'. U ) 7 - 

Gen, Tehekelaielf Die.' of his Wound, 30 n 



nnd Kouina 
ItejVoia rhi. 


ii.i, 
l-r 


rioeol. 10 a 


Ct.!- 




liu-«;in 1!, 
reukof W» 
Sideof lli.- 


.■1 
id.. 


ia..-'i;.. 

nts lo be ICx 

.. 5 J 

iibe. n;/ 12 


./-IC. 
uUea or 


Ilia 



- Ti'lejfrnnis from Ituafi 
-1 J ;. f— a , 7.1 

— fr..ra Turkey, li/S. 



■l'faji-30a ' Uena.t>\Vo.'ll .u\" n 



War 



PALUEK's index to " IIIE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[ A pril 1 



'?x 



War in the East (continufldj. 

Turkey Torpedoes before Circassian Ports 

Disconnected by the Divers of the Porte, 7 ; 7 a 

Troops at Widdia, 23 a 5 rf 

Turret Ship iJar Maioin Blown up by 

Torpedoes, 29 m 5 c 

Victory at Van, 2Zjl d 

War Bulletins. 26 m 8 6 

Preparations, 6 a 5 6—7 a 5 c — 9 o 5 c 

— 14fl 7«— 16 . he 



Wound«-d in Asia, Sad State of, 21 j 8 b 

-'2\)j 12 a 

— Turkish Fortress of Varna, 12 ; 11 a 

Gun Boats in the Thames, 2j\\f 

Ironclads. 21 ah d 

Nary. 26 w 12o 

Official at Varna aboTe Bribery, 12^ ll*a 



- • ~ Sick and Wounded, Appeal for, 21 mi 8 a 
—28 m 8 h 

Monitors and Russian Torpedoes, 23 ; 8 ti 

and Russian Commanders, Army and 



Nury Gnzette on, 7 m 8 a 

— 1 urtukai. State of, 4 j 1 a 

United States of America and War Move- 
ments. 21 (1 5.6 

— War in Armenia, 078 a — 13 ; 10 c 
in Asia, 28 ;« 5 c — 29 tn o a — 30 m 5 a — 

31 Hi o b & e — I ; o a — 2 ; 7 n — 4 / 7 b — 6 joe 
_-« ? 5 fc— 7 / 7 «— 8 ; & A— i) j 1 b & e—\\ jl 
b—Vlj 5 «— 13> 5 /.— 15 j ;■» b—U\ j 7 o— 18.; 
7 </— 19 i 5 t— 20 ; n </— 21 7 5 r~22 ; 10 a — 
23 > 7 r— 2r> ;■ 8 «<— 26 J 5 <i— 2I> b b & y— 26 
jo e— 29 ; ;*//— 30; 7 a 

ill Bosnia and Albania, 28 ui 5 d 

on the Danube. 29 m 5 a — HO m fi a — 31 



m 5 a — I j r> b — 2 i 7 a — 4 .? 7 a — 5 ; 5 b — 6 / 5 
6— 7 j 7 A— 8^' 5 />— 1 1 / 7 a— 12 ; 5 a — 13/ 5 
r-.14./7a— ISyS .1—16/7 <i— 18j 7 d— 19.; 
:» d—'l{)J 5 r— 22 J 5 c— 23 } 1 c 

in Herzegovina. 7 m 5 c — 9 m 7 6 — 10 m 



;■> <f — J 2 m 7 r — 15 /« 5 /> — 19 m 7 e — 21 m 5 /" — 
:^5 /« 5 ff— 2 ; 7 A— 4 ; 7 6 -5i j; d— 6 ; 5 /»— 8 
; 5 6— 9> 7 A— Uy 7 €—[2 J 5 rf 

in Uouuiania. 9 m 7 a — 10 tn 6 A — 1 1 n: 5 a 

Pictures — Verestchaguine Sent by the 



Czar to Paint Principal Events of the War, 
31 m 9 /• 

Victims, 25 m 7 d-2 j ll/-22i 4 rf-27 



, 4 <•— 30/6</ 

in Bosnia, 1ft / 13 r 

— Widilin and Kalafat bhelled by the Turks, 

H w 5 CI — 1 6 //* 5 a 

Bombarded by Iiouraani;in8, 9 »i 7 6~ 14 



ui 1 a 



State of. 9 n 5 c 



\V';ir(l ( — ) oji the Kenioval of Monuments from 
Westminster Abbey, 11 a I(» c 

his New Painting, 4 a 8 6 

(R. A.) Letter Denying his Death as An- 
nounced, 25 ; 8 c 

W^aring (^J.)(yol(l Storage or Refrigerating Rooms 
for Uutehers, 3 o 4 ci 

>Vi.r ' icksliire Miners and their Elniployer?,. 10 a 
9./ — II a 10 c— 12 a 97— 19 « 10 c 

^^'H^h^r^lon (George J Love Letter, 19 a 10 A 
Wnier Ciwjpualeg^ State c/ tJtuires itx, see every 



Water Companies City of Potsdam Company,!! \\ 
j 10 / ■ *^ ' 

East Ix>ndon, 6 a 6 d 

Italian Waterworks,, 14 a 6 * 

Lambeth, 4 m 9/ 

Odessa, Report, 23 a 7 a— 2 m 12 c 

Southwark and Vauxhall, 13 7 6 /—ICj 



13 c 



Supply of London, 17 a 10 c — 20 a 11 /■ 



21 a I2y— 24 a 11 b 

of Richmond, 10 a 10 6 



Watercresses. Extensive Use of in Paris, 18 J 6 

Waterloo Bridge Company. 9 / 12 /* 

Wathersion (Edw. J.) on Free Trade in PUie, 
29 m 4 e 

Waikin ^E.) Arrest of Bonnet- Duverdier, 18 
Ob 

Watson ( James"^ on the Scottish Provident Insti- 
tution, 14 »i 9 a 

W^eather. State of, tee every doy*8 paper 

in April. 6 >» 6 « 

Meteorological Diagram for the Week, w 

every Thursday's paper 

Welchpool Magistrates and the Undenied Alle- 
gations against, 26 j A d 

Wells (^C^apc.) on the Elcho Shield, 20 a 8 « 

Wellington College, Speech Day, 14/9 c — 1> ) 
9/ 

Election for Scholarships, 25 i 12./" 

Mi-eting of Governors, 29 / 10 e—SOj 7 f 

Royal Visit to, 19^ 1 1 / 

Welsh Mincfs. Donations for, 22 / 10 </ 
Wfkon ( — ) on the Bankruptcy Bill, 17 n 4 rf 
Weiitzell (Andrew) on the Small Pox Epidemic. 

24 /// 1 1 b 
Weslcyans Conference Meeting, 14 i 7/— loj 

10/ 
Missionary Society, Annual Meeting. 2 » 

13// 
West Coast of Africa, Account of a Trip up the 

Congo, \bj A e 
King of Dahomey Seeks Peace, 7 a 6 e— 

18; 5 « 

Indies^ Miscellaneous News,. 2 a ^ d — 30 a 



Kent Sewerage Works. 23 ; G./ 

— - Prui-sian Mining Company,. 2 a 5 ^ 
Westmin&ier Abbey, Elementary Teachers at, 7 

a 10 </ 

Evening Preachers, 7 a If — \ m 8 a 

Removal of Obnoxious Monuments, 11 a 



10 c 



6 f 



Special Sunday School Service at, 28 w 



— Diocesan Education Fund, 19j' 11/ 

— Home Rule Union, 12 o 7/ 

— Hospital, Notes about, 2 w 5 /"— 14 in 6 c— 

18 7 ^y 

— Scluiol. Election of Scholars, 9 »» 10 /* 
Exhibitions, 5 n 6 / — 14 a 12/ 

Training School for Nurses, Note about, 2 



M. Christ. Niisson at St. James's Hall to 

Aid, 8i4e 
Wethered (E. R.) on Portable Batteries, 2oy 8 * 
\ \VeUeT\\cwrT\. \^<i^TiX.Ql,\i'j >3sMt1a«^^ltldvc^0ava- 



"•^ line 30. 1877.] palmek's index to ** the timf.s '^ NEwsrAPKn. 



Wcr 



:^ Whitburn (T.) Printing on Wood. 14 o 6 e 
White (Lord Mayor) on Hospital Sunday, 13^" 

10 f 
(W. A.) on the Distress in Servia and Bul- 
garia, Hi a 7 e 

(VV. H.; on the Drainage of Oxford, 26 m 

^ 136 

Whitelands Training College. 25/6/ 
- . Whitsuntide Holyuay Amusements, 18 m lOy — 
22 7M 6 a 
Wigan, Opening of the First Market Hall in, 

22 m 7 tt 
Wild Birds' Protec»ion Act, Notes about, 4 a 12 
t— G a 6 e— 7 « 8 A— 10 a 12 </— 11 a 10 c— 12 
a 11/— 13 a 4 e— 18 « 11 / 
Williams (Capt.) ApiJeal for the Fanily of, 
Notes about. 20 j G e— 21 / 7 /— 22 J 10 d— 
25 J 12 6— 287 11/— 30 i 7 e 

Inquest on. 18 ; 8 6 

Sketch of the Life of, 26 j 7 f 



— (H. K.) on the North Metropolitan High 
Level R'lilway, 1 2 a 7 / 

— (Monier) Impressions of Southern Italy, 
11 ;5d 

Indian Mahomedans, 21 j G /" 



(P. T.) on Coal Cutting in the Rhondda 

Valley and the lii'scue ol the Entombed 
Miners, 7 //• 1 1 f 

WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Baker. Sir Kaw. Edw. Baker, 10 ;/i 6 « 

Banks, Miss Louisa, 25 /« 12 a 

— Baskcrville, Heniy, 11 w< 8 c 

Bat hurst, Hon. Mr*. Julia, 13 a 11 a 

Belcher, Adni, Sir E., ^ m h f 

Bunning Mrs. Esther, 19 m G « 

Bosanquet, Aug. Henry, G a 10 rf 

BostoD, Baron, 23 a G e 

Cape, J>r. Lawson, 28 a 6 /" 

Cawley, Charles Edw., 2'> j \\ f 

• Charrington, (Charles, 23 a G e 

Clifford, Adm. Sir Aug. W. J., 28 a 6/ 

Clutton, Robert, 6 a 10 r^ 

• • Cobbeit, John Morgan, 13 a 11 a 

— - Cox. Stephen. 13 <i 11 a 

Daubeny, Rev. Kdw. A., 15 ^ 5/ 

Dunibleton, Hen;y, 11 m H c 

Dundas, Rt. Hon. hir D., 4 w 5/ 

Edwards, Sir Bryan, 1 9 ?/j G e 

Egremont. Countess of, 13 a 11a 

Feiherstonhaugh, Joseph, 25 wi 12 a 

- Ferguson, Sir Wm., 11 i« 8 c 
Fowler, VVm., 6 a \0 d 

Gibson, Mrs. Deborah, G a 10 <i 

Mrs. Mary, 23 r» G « 

Giles. George, 22 j 11 / 

GlHddish, Thos. Mann. 28 a 6 o 

Go<8ett. Adm. Henry^ 13 a 11 a 

Graham, James. 22 j 11 / 

Gregory. Charles, 11 «/ 8 c 

Griffiih, Hugh Davies. 2;i a 6 e 

Grocutt. David. 25 wi 12 a 

Hammandx. Wni. Amerlee, 4 w 5/ 

Harpur. Henry, i\ o \o d 

Hey wood, J«)hQ IVmberton, 5; *J f 

Holland, Wm., 4 m 5 /* 

HorafMll Timothy, Iftjof 

Htmrii^j. DaniQ KUzsl N., :>;> m 1 2 <* 



Wills and Bequests {rontintied). 

Hyde, Benjamin, 13 a 11 a 

Jaconib, Miss Jane, G » 10 (i 

James, George, 22y 11 f 

Jones. Thomas, 11 /« 8 c 

Lauiie, Peter Northall, 26 m 14 a 

Lindsey, Earl of, 23 a G « 

Mocatta, Jacob, 19 w G e 

Wm. Edward, 28 a 6/ 

Nicholls, Benjamin, 25 in 12 a 

Northamplon, Marquis of, \oj 5 f 

Pemberton, Edw. Lei^h, 28 a 6 / 

Poulett, Dowager Countess, 15 j 5/ 

Ryland, Arthur, 4 w 5 /* 

Sam'iel, Edwin Louis. 22 j 11 f 

Smith, Mii-s Elizabeth, 23 a G e 

Spicer, 1) enry, 22/11 / 

-. Struit, Hun. Arthur. ]5jo f 

Thellusson. — , 13a 116 

Tilijon, Sir Tliomas, 25 /n 12 a 

Woodwani, Ch^^iles, 25 m 12 a 

Wilrnot (J. E. Eardley) on Pauper Children in 

Naples. 9 a 11 c/ 
Wilson (Anden) on Sea Serpents, 15 / 11 f 
Wilon V Lord) Deby Dinner, 22 m 9 c— 30 w 9« 
Winchester College, Examination, 16 /m 10 6 
Windsor Castle, Siaie A"artmeut8, Opening of, 

2 a 76— 18m 9/ 

Closing of, 14 a 1 1 6—13 / 8 c 

Wine Duties, 15 m 5 c/ 

Proposed Tax on Sherry, 28 m 7 a 

Wolflf (Sir H. D.) at Christ Church on the 

Eastern Question. 25ji' 7 f 
Wolverhampton Orphan Asylum, Munificent 

Donai ions to, 3 a 8 c/ 
Wolves in Russia. 2] j 5/ 
Women, London University Decide to Grant 

Medicjil Degrees to, 4 wi 12 6 
Women's Dii>abdiiies Removal Bill, Deputation 

to Government about, G / 6 /* 

Educati 'U in India, 20 a 5 c 

Hospital at Delhi, 6 a 10 rf 

Protective and Provident League, Annual 

Meeting, 20 / 10 f'—1ij7 c 
Suffrage, Meeiing at St. James's Hall, 4 j 

}2d 

Note about, 8/6/ 

Work. Abp. of Canterbury on, 2 m6 a 

Wood Green, the Lord Mayoi Lays the Founda- 
tion Stone of a New Preshyterian Church at, 

21/8 a 
Wool, State of Trade in, 4^9 c— 11 j 9- 1/— 18 / 

9 c— 25; 9/" 

Leicester Fair, 28 / 7 e 

Yield of Lincolnshire, 7 / 6 rf 

Woolley r Joseph) on the Inflexible, 23/8 C--2G 

86 
Worcester (Bp. of) Triennial Visitation, 14 J 7 e 
Worcester Choral Festival, 14/13/ 
Worcester eh ire Association of Congregational 

('hutches, Annual Meeting, 5 a 10 d 
Wordsworih (Bp.) on Church and State, 11 a 9/' 
Working Men's Club, 23 w 7 d 
and lustilvil.^ VI^\ftTv '^ysvX. '^'^NKt^ecaa®*. 

VatVt., l*i «i ^ c _ _ .^^^ 



Wor 



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PALAIEK S INDEX TO " THE TI3IES NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



AVorkini; Men's C<il'e::e, r.larkfriars. 7 a \0 b 
• lilooinsblirv. (.'un>t rsuzivne. ."^0 j 6 6 

Loni'j* Day liesl AHsncij.'tion. !'.► m S c 

Worse f<ir the Kiigine — Bull on the llailway, 23 

\V<)iher«|)Oon (David) on the Deatli of the Rev. 

J. S. Tavlor, at Wiih.im, 2:i w. 10 ^ 
WKLCKS I— 
of the Alexandra, Official Inquiry into, 5 m 

13 e 

of the Andromedii . oflF Dundulk, 19 a 10 a 

of the Bessie, at Beayle .slaml, 5 / 10 a 

of the Bnrk. at Cape A^^ulhas, 2 ni 7 e 

of I lie Cairo, 4 m J» / -5 m 13/— 19 m 9 d 

o» the Ciimelia, 1 1 /« 8 c 

off I lie Chesupei/ce, 19 a 5 (i 

of the Cift/ oj Foochow, ofif Flinder*s Isle, 7 

a (> a 

of the C//y of J'rajiciscOj on the Tartar 

fehoal, J3j 12 c 

of a Collier, Xanie Unknown, with All 

Hands, off Wexfo 'i, 29 m 9 f 

' of the D'kita, near Aiulwch, 19 m 8/— 20 

in 7 a— 'Hi u, 8 e— 29 m 9 / 

of the Du' /,,ss, in Mojccombo IJay, 17 « 10 r 

of the Emily Smithy on Kangaroo Island, 23 

:>f 

of the f-rederi", 23 ri 10 r/ 
of tin* Floriutinc, at Dovercourt, 19 <( 10 a 
of the Fo hnia, '>fT llornst-a. 19 a \0 a 
of t'le Gam ia oT Cvpe Palinis. (> ^ 5 e 
— (Jtheial Inquiry into^ 2«i » Hid 



w 



9/ 



m 



— of the Gi'vKjf Bioun, at Montrose Harbour, j 
17 a \0c. 

— of the Giorge \Vri<fht, S) a b f 

— of the llnid", in Champion I5ay, 23 m 5/ 

— of the I/"Uiith P>'rr, off Sandy Isle, 7 a a 

— of the I/u/j/irood. 2<; (; 9y 

— of I he Jnif'.erne. (Jtlicial Inquiry, 10 a 10 e 

— of the J nth Matin, at JSan Ai'.lonio. '8 a 10 e 

— of the Isniclla, off Dublin. 19 « U) v 

— o! the Befjion of Honour, off Barbary, 18 in 



of the /.'•//// Ga/es, 2() m 8 h 

of the Mtnthn Lcvima. 'M) in \0 c 

of the Mtny Redhy^ Cffieial Inquiry into, 6 

— of the Masaiha, 1 m 9 /* 

— of the Meikouy. at Kay Hafun, 22 / 10 c 

— of the Mennm, Official Inquiry, 21 w ii / 

— of the Mutldhy on Black water Bank, 18 a 
I0<?— 12/w 12/ 

— of the Prince, Offieial Report of, 6 m 11 / 

— of the Roanoke, 4 a 5 <Z 
Murder of the Crew by Indians of the 



lioihet, 9 a of 

— of the Uovulet, at Sea. 1 1 a 9 c 
— of the lioxuna, Official Inquiry 
98 



Wrecks (continued). 

of the Snn Pedro, 2 m 10 c 

— of the Sf'fdkote, at Sea, 13/ 10 e 

of the.SVf/w% Cn.'^ife, 12 jo f 

of the V shunt, Mifil Boat, 23 a 5/ 

of the Vntoria, 18 n 10 e 

or the William Ackers, Official Inquiry, 20 

o 10 c 

of the Winchester, at Sea, 13/ 10 e 

sec also Ship News 

Wreck Commissioners Court : — the Cairo, 31 m 

U e— 2.7 13 e 
the Great Queensl.tnd, 10 a 11 a— 11 a 13 a 

— 12 a 11 d—\7 a 11 6— 18 « 11 6— 26 a 11 e 

— 2.S a 13 f/— 30 a 11 d—l m 11 c 

the Orweli, 7 a 12 a 

the Rifleman, 29 > 12 q 

Wrexham Kxhihition, 1^ ?« 8 d 

Wri}4;ht ( Aichdn.) Tesjfmonial to, by the People 

of Portsmouth, 19 a 9/ 
Written Sermons, see Extempore 
Wyatt (Sir Digby) and the Greit Exhibition, 25 

in 5/ 
Wyeliffe Commemoration, oOOth Anniversary, 

12/10/ 

Notes about, 13 / 10 f— 19 j 10 f—20j 11 a 

Wykehamist Dinner at Willis's. 22 ; 12 c 
Wyld (Dr. Geo.) on Homoeopathy, 9jGe 

Y. 

Yakoob Khan, 7 o 5 e 
Yarrow & Co.. on Torpedoes. 17 w 6/ 
Yorkshire. Deputation to Government on a 
New Bishopric for, 10 a \0 b 

College of Science, Meeting at Leeds, 17 a 

10 c 

Union of Mechanics' Institutions, 24 m C c 

Young Men's Christian Association, Annual 

Meeting, 21 a 1 1 // 
Youn^''s Parrafin Light and Mineral Oil (^ompany, 

23 m 7 c 

Z. 
Zambesi River. 12 o 10 /; 

and the Quillimaine, 17 rt 9/ 

Zazel at the Royil Aquarium, 26 a Sh 
Zoological Gardens and the Anaconda, 9 a 7 / 
Additions to. 'J7 j 10 d 

Out-door Cages Trial of, 24 a 10 a 

Society. Anniversary Meeting, 2 m G a 

** Davis " Lectui-e in— Cats and Lions, 



25 j 8 b 



on Manlike Ape?, 2Sj 6/ 

- on Sloths and Ant Eat rs, 12 / 4 a 

— on Star Fishes and their Allies, 2 ;T./ 
Meetings — Work of the Chalknyer under 

ion. 22 / 4 < 

G e— 



Disttttfijgmn. 22 / 4 e 

? ' • * o • n . r^^.m^^\^> Meetip.gs, 20:a 8 ^-19 
iry mto, 8 ; 9 / , .^^5 C^**. -v v 

, / ^•..* Sri \K^ 
i ' L .' :'V^ \'''i 



m 



S, Palmlh 



V ^ 

\...\ 







INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



1877. 



SUMMER QUARTER— July 1 to September 30. 



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

Lord Macaulat. 



liOisnDOisr. 
SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, ^V.a 

1877. 

Jii^ht of Tranzlatioii Reserved. 



TALiVllill 6 

KfDEX TO "THE TBIES" NEWSPAPER. 



SUMMER QUARTER— JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 80. 



SHyxBXHCB.—2%« TVmet Newspaper harin^ a sepankte pagination to each nmnber^the foIIowiDg method !■ adopted 
to Bnit it to any file: thua 8 > 11 « means 8th Jnly, page 11, column 6; the italic letter after the first flgvr9 
noting the month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after the second flgore noting the colnnm of 
the page. 



A. 
Abbott (W.^ Half -jearly Analysis of the Balaace 

Sheets of the London Joint Stock Banks, 8 

a6« 
Abercorn (Duke of) Leares Town, 1 « 9 e 
Aberystwith Life-Boat, 1 s 10/— 5 « 10 e 
Absolon (£.) on Lunrance Companies' Aocoants, 

IS a 10 a 
AOtlDENTS :-. 
^-^ 10 a Sob of Sir Chas. Adderley, Drowned 

by flipping off the ]*alla of Tummal, 3 i 11 / 

—4 i 12 d 

on the Alps, 1 a 9/ 

to Piince Amadeo, Thrown from his Car- 
riage, at Turin. {'•O j 5e 
near Amulrea, a Coach Upset and Mr. 

Young Injured, HO a 9 /* 
to Mr. Apjohn, Killed by Falling off a 

Bicycle. 16 « 10/ 
to GfatiR. Arnold, Killed 1^ Falling to the 

Bottom of a Pii, 18 $7 b 
from Bathing, OflOdal Monthly Betum, 18 

jSb 
*— Boat Capsized at Barrow, Two Brothers 

Drowned, iX) a lie 
at Henley, and Mr. Oldfield Drowned, 12 

s9/ 

— off Kensale, and Fire Fishermen Drowned, 
adb 



iil 



Acddents {continuecT). 

to Mr. Dent, Drowned while Bathing at 

Scarborough, 20 « 4 e 
— — • to Rer. Francis Doran, Drowned from • 

Tacht Capsizing at Clontarf, 3 j 5f 
to George Drayton, Drowned from the 

Upsetting of a Sailing Boat, 25 a 6 a 
u i Dunball, Bursting of the Main Drain at the 

Outfall Works, 19i5/ 
at Edgbaston, Botten Park Besenroir, Three- 

Touths Drowned, 2Sj 10 e 
at Exeter, during the Boat Kaces, a Vessel 

Falling Orer and Upsetting Fifty Persons into- 

the Water, \Sa7e 
— Explosion of Oas at Moses's^ TottenhaiD 

Court Road, 25 « 8 6 
at the Dynamite Factory, at PantilleSy 

Three Persons Killed, 26i 5 d 

at Hinde Street^ Mandiester Square, 14 



- off Southampton, Four Persons Drowned, | 



2:j7d 



off Twickenham, and a Lad named Star- 
ling Drowned. 8 a 5 e 

on the Tyne, and Two Youths Drowned, 



8 s 6/ 



on Lake Windermere, and Four Persona 

Drowned, 8 a 5 e 
i^— to ).ieut. E. J. C. Boyce, on Board the 

Torpedo Ship Hood, 6 ; 5 /* 
to Dr. James Bryce, Killed bv Falling orer 

the ]'ulhi of Foyers, 18.; 6/— 17j 8 d 
i^— to Mrs. Clay i on, Kjjled* by Lightning, and 

Two other Women Struck while Haymaking, 

at Woodthorpe Purk, 9j6 d 
to George Cook, Drowned while Bathing 

off Battenea Park, 23 a 3 c 
— to ^dward Cunard^ at a Poio Match in 
Shonchffe Camp, 30 a 6 c—Sl a 7 f 



— Explosion of a Locomotive at Oaken Gate* 
Station, 12 « 9 e 

of Naptha on Board the Tkyma*^ at 



Liverpool, 18 » 10/— 21 « 9 e 

of a Powder Barrel at Mont Valerien and 



Eight Artillery Men Killed, 80 i 5 e 

Magazine off the Ship and Lobster at 



Graresend, 8 ; 8 c 

at the Powka Beck Reservoir, 8 9 11 e 

of a Shell, in Giurgero from Two B«f% 



PUiying with, Both Killed, 4i 12 a 

at the Salford Gasworks, Fo<ur Workmen 



Injured, 4 « 5 c 

at Waltham Abbey Powder Factory, IB 



»7d 

— Fall from a Swing at Brixten, Breaking • 

Toung Man's Neck, 25 « 10 (f 

of l*wo Houses in Bethnal Green Road, 



and Two Persona Killed, 19 ; 8 e 

of Widcombe Bridge, Bath, Inquest, 10/ 



11 f— 12 ; 10 c— 18? 5 c- 27> 6/ 

Note about, IGj 8 h 

Other D«8A%A, ^ a \^ b 



Gun, 24 « ^ J ^ c^vw««f^ 

on AMted CV^^^^ ^^ww^ 

Tool at Gtov^on,^ i ^ ^ 



— on Hatnmenmith Bridge, a Frightened at 
Horse Leaping Over, taking Van and Driver — ^ 
with him into the River, 5 s 10 b K 

— to Mr. Hockey, Drowned while Bathing at fn 
Seaton, 5jlO/ 17 

— to Wm. Holder, Drowned at Harwich, 2 j 

10/ Gi 

— to Mr . Hornby, Mayor of Blackburn , Thrown 

from ilia Carriage, 11 a 7/ Bi 

— to John Kay and his Child, Drowned at 

Ashton, i7i8^ Li 

— at Keyham, from the Snapping of a Piston 

Rod, 29 8 9/ Ge 

— to Wm. King, Killed by the Bursting of an - — 
Emery Wheel, 20 i 4/ at 

— to a Lad, Falling into the Regent*8 Canal at 25( 
IceweU Wharf, 30 > 7y Un 

— to Major Lloyd, Drowned in the River at •- 

Blackrock, 15 « 10/ a C 

— to Francis Norman Livermore, Knocked 

into the Thames off the Embankment by a a f 

Dog, 8 f 9/ at J 

— at the Lucy Furnace, «f Carnegie & Co., 

23 a 8 c at ] 

— at Markfield Graoate Quarry, to Two i 

Workmen, 29 o 10 a the 

— to Mrs. Marsh, the Song Writer, Killed by ' 

being Thi-own from her Carriage in Grosvenor at ( 

Place, 9 a 6 / " — 

— to Wm. Martin, Drowned at Millwall, 20 wh: 
Qdf — -1 

— to Samuel Nay lor. Drowned in Attempting Bu 
to Cross the "• Strid," near Bolton Abbey, 15 Liv 
a 12 6 

— Omnibus Overturned at Bridgwater Sta- Dn 
tion, and its Passengers Injured, 28.; 9/ 

tn Wpni-v Owppu- Killoil V*" « u:-— -i- * »*•*<«" 



pt. ::t). l«77.] 



Accideute—Uining: (lunfin.nO- 

Fiio in a Wlrf, in Wcsiplialia, FUtetn 

l>er8:>n< Killed. 244)11 II 
in Sharon Coiil M.oe, Nonh West I'eim-yl- 

vkiUo, s«ve>i Mintrs K.llcit. Ut > f- '' 
lit Tr-ieilyrlii* CoWeiy-Dui'ii Ttli-jrapk 

Fund, 2 J T a 
MHnnion If udk Fund for Ihe Rescued Rnd 

Itvscui'M, Mu«ling lo Disi.'ibu^e, 2 j 1 u—fAj 

6c— 17;Hc— l«i ll./-^0j5e 
ihe Miners' Leiier t» (lie Lord Mayor 

unlhuihcAwxnU, ai/^/* 

ilie l»rd Mityor'a Reply, 1 n C b 

Uioeia' Kequeel lo Aid tin; Indian Fund. 

«* i2b 



Uavii «nd Purrin, Iha Diveie, Forjjolten 

in the Awmd of Mnluls, lr> a 3t 
Letter of Thanks from tlie Rcuipieiita, 

8» 7/ 

Nmnw of llic Rcci iyers, 8 a S e 

ACeiDEHTS -EAILWAT :— 

BuardofTiadelleport, iSaKii 

in Ba-I'eep Tunnel, la j 11 b 

at Clieao) Level (^mwing, 8 » 7 f 

at t'hi[i[ientiam. 9> 7 b 

ne?r Crewe, Nairovr Escape of tlic Stuleli 

MBil,-.iO<l lie 

at Ciewe. OfflciJl Inquiry, taib 

at C.«w I'u'k Crossing, 11 j 6 « 

nenr Uesmoines. Running into a, Cruei, 3D 



at K ibslv Tunnt'l. 1 a 6 <• 

near KtibatHll. II a 5 / 

Btihe MansLOi Il'nise Termlnui. a\j8e 

at Mont Cenis Ei^t, from ibe Floods, 25 a 

5e 
o'l ;lie rpnheside Esilway, llie Train Blown 

off by n'l'oinauo snd Giertuii>ed, ijlf 

atl'reston. 2>'l/ 

betw-een I'yebridge and CiMiior. ;> / 10 c 

iH'nr lluckforti, frum an Alieui^il lo Upiet, 

II frSn 
near Robledo. in k 1: »ln in wliifh the King 

of Spain »3s a Fiuiengur, Hi jar 

near Tauivorlh Station, 23,;il/ 

near Woileliouse.froniTwenty-aij: Waggons 

liceo'ning Dulaebeil. IS i o /* 

at Wwiilforu Siaiion. SoV 7 f 

near Wiirt-ealer, Hunnirg into a Herd of 

BulliH^ta, 31 .10/ 

UiMrs. CrofiB, at Betley Road Stalion, from 

n Euterinjt lier Carriage, S j 10 e 



—i»*b 

lo Mr*. Famince, at 

Cambridge. 37 a 9 e 
to ITiuniaa llobley, 



Mill-r< 



1 Cnusing, 

•aton, 2* j 
I BuU. 5. 



Acciden' a —Railway {'" 



.nb. -J J , 



6/ 



ngham, Narrow l'!:9Cn]K>, lid 

atNoyallei.EngUEhFasBengcrBWiiundu], 

OJibA 

Hote about, 4 » 9 /" 

at Siairfiiot, :;? j 10/ 

ALCoumarits and linnknipla Kstati-a— Cnae of 
licn^onJiCo.. 2;6a-8jl!u 

Suie about, 4>ian 

Adi«e>i, Ihe Duleh in. 19 s fi e 

Adams (K. 1),) on (Jliineae luiinigntion at Syd' 

Addiii'iniil Huoie BisUoprit* Endowment Fund, 

Meeting, iu^f 
Adniiml, v. New First Lord. S a 0/ -0 a 8 c— 1 1 

o6/— 13,1 7«— la« 7/ 

A ptioinlnicnta, 18 ii 9 e 

Lord uf in 1U35, ISuG« 



-l:e 



<. 7a»a 



ABMIJCALTr COUCI ;— 

\\\o AvdatuH^. G u 8 f-1 a d-B 

Ilie (;. C. Giaihcrll. 1) n 11 i 

the Kiiiperor - <be Martin, 8 a 10/ 



111 



-I ho Coneordia, 



14>1S«- 



tbe Stint, 18; 11/ 

M. M. Ship Triw,.ph. T^j II d 

AdTi.iiiiiple, InhiibiiBniB Leaving fur Cunaliinl 

Afjihniiislan News, 10 n 3 rf— 27 » 6 a 
Af.ica, Ceoiriil, Four New VofHiU lor, 20 a 9 
At.ican Lxpluraiion, Nolea alioul, le> lu e— : 



A'llMoai'iCu'igo, 10.1 

A-^ ieulioraULill, Dairy Show at. lB»C<i 

lieiutns, m •! 5 e— 21 n 3 d 

Socifiyof SLiillaid, oUih Anunnl Show in 

|-.iinburah.l'ti/4^- 
AL.i..ma Ibi.u _i! :i I :inte— Present it to Ihd 

Ai:>o . Mediil 
r- 1 1 a 7 
All ink (Ldlim.'j'ord^ on African Exploration, 19 

Aiilioliit AdiiUerntio 



lieap, Election, 6i 10 d—l 
! rf— 11 n 5/— 14.1 10 e— 27*9/ 
o Sir Jului liennett on hia £lct> 



HWA\=, lo W.i-tV'iV'v.N^'Sw ^^J«^v■^-w 



^Id 



»» 



FALSIEU 8 INDEX TO " THE TIMES NEWSPAPER* 



[July 1 te 



lAltU-riiianic Gown — I\e-Election of Sir John 

JJennett, 13 o 7 <i-'^Cps 4 f 
~ fteturn (»f Sir John Bennett Disputed, 10 7 

r»./— II i 10 A— U; 10/ 
AMjratc W«i(l Ki.lepayers' Association. 24 j 4 ^ 
Alt'xandni I'jilatx*— Arrival of the Nubian and 

Ahy^ssiiitin Animals, 12 « e 

('apt. Crape's liout Kxhibitcd vt, 80 ; G A 

Fire liri«iade Contest at. 4 j 12 A 

- — - First Exhibition of tlie Nubians, li s 6 f 

Fruit and Flower Show Opened, 14 s 6 /" 

—■ — Hawking at, 4 u 5 f 

• Westmiiisier Teachers' Association at, 10 7 

11 c 
Alexander (Col.) on Army Promotion, 9 a 8 c 

(J. G.) on the Law of Nations, 3 « 7 a 

Alexandria Obelisk, see Cleopatra 

Public Debt Cominishion. b j b e 

Alfred, Kin^. Unveilin;^ the Statue of at Want- 
age by the Prince of Wales, 3 j U /*— 14 ; 12 / 
— It)/ 10 a 
AUcroft (J. I).) on the Christ's Hospital Inquiry, 

14? 12 A 
Allen (J. H.)on the Collision of Xh^ Avalanche 

and the Fuitst^ 17 s A J 
Alinait f Dr.) Weather of August, 5 s -ij 

of July, y a 4 /' 

Alpine Acjulents, 1 a 9/— 2 a G e 

- — Ascents. 31 j 5 e— 2 a G «— 1 a 9/ 

> ote, 20 ./ 4 € 

Alps of Dauj'hiny, 29 '» 4 c 

Asctnt of Two Son's of Alderman Cotton, 

4 «« /■ 
A Isac -Lorraine, sec Germany 
AMERICA:— 

Agricultural Department Returns, 17 j 5/ 

27,- »c— 17 .v4 A — 18.^ 5/ 

Americjin Bankers* Convention at New 

York, \b s b e 
— — Appomtnients. 12^ b e 
— — Arctic Whalers Arrival of at Belcher 

l*oint, 4 a 5 e 

Battle of Bennington, Celebration of, 17 o 

3 c — 18 (I b e 

Big Springs Station Captured by Thirteen 



Masked Men and ihe Treasure Irnin the Paci- 
tlc Coast Taken from the Eulering Train, 20 
X 3 /■ 
— iJliine (Senator) Speech at Woodstock, 6^ 



— Briti^h SteanuT Denmark' Seized for Smug- 
gling, 1 1 b e — 13 o b f — 14 • 3 e, 

— Burlin^^hanie Treaty. If) a b f 

— Canadian Minister and the Cabinet on the 
Course lo bt)- Pursued with -Silting Bill," 10 
n b </— 1 I (/ .') A — 13 a b t — 31 a 3 e—'6 s b a 

' — ( nrpeniefs. Fifty Sail for Manchester, Kng- 
lund. 3 (I b c—'M (I 3 e 

— Case of John S. Morton, 24 s 3 •?— 25 s 7 ft 
Chiiianien. a Party of Slaughtered by 



liHlimc, IG / 5/ 

— I'ivil Service Reform, 23 / 4 a 

— Commercial News. 18 ; 5 ci 

— Const ock Lode and the Sulro Tunnels, 21 s 



6' a 



Ameiica Oontinved), 

Creedmoor Rifle Match, see VoLUNXBERg 

Dairy Produce in, 28 a 9 d 

Demonstration toGoternor Robinson at the 

Tammany Hall, 23i 4 c 

Mr. Tildens Speech, 23 / 4 c 



Diplomatic News, IG7 5 t — 1 a 5 e — 2 aod 

—6 a 3/ 

Education in, 28 « 4/ 

Edward J>c, Fired into by a Spanish Gun- 
boat, 1 7 (I 3 e 

Election of Govcmow, 1 1 a 6 h — 13 a 5 «— 

12 s r>/— 13 » 3 £—20 8 3 e— 21 s 5 <— 27 f 6 a 
ElUn Hizpali Illegally Searched by Spain 



off the Cuban Coast, 2j 5 d 

Spanish Agent Offering to Compromise 



with the Owners, 19j 5 rf 

Export and Import Returns, 10 a 5 b 

Financial Returns, 3 ; 5 d 

Finances, 4 ; 7 /*— 17 j 5 e — 1 aoe 

Flood at Chattanooga, 22 i 6 /' 

F'oreign Trade, Return of, IC « 4 a 

and FVance, 6 « 3 ^ 

Free Traders National Conference at San- 
toga, 10 « 6 6 

French Government Buying Largely of 

Military F'jod, 13 j 5 h 

Funded Loan Syndicate, 24 « 3/ 

Halifax Fishery Commission, 15 a 5/ 

Hendricks (Thos. A.) Sails for England, 23 

j A c 

'* Independence Day " Celebration of at the 



English Embassy, *^jb/ 

Celebration in all the States, 6 i 5 « 

— Indian Outbreak in Idaho, &c*, 2/8 6 — 8/ 

10 6—5 ; ! 1 a— 6 / 6 c/— 11 j 5 e— 14 / 7 /"— 16 
ys/— 17706— 13 a 6/ 
Enrolment of Volunteers to Disperse, 16 



joe 



Fights with. 9 i 6 a— 17 « 4 A— 18 » 5 e 

Gen. Gibbon's Fight with, 14 a 3 e 

Indians, Sale of Arms to Prohibited, 9 a 5« 

Iowa Greenback Convention State Ticket, 

13 ; 5 c 
Iron Trade in, 18 « 7 e 

Labour Question in, 4 s 9 «— 10 » 4 « 

— President Lineolns Famous Declaration of 
18G3 Emancipating the Slaves Presented to 
the British Museum, 20j5e 

Louisiana Debt, 7 ; 7 rf 

Meeting of British Charitable Institutions 

Canada and to Unite Under the One Name of 

the North American St. George's Union, 15 $ 

be 
and Mexico, 2 j 5 d—5 j 6 rf— 7 / 7 d— 21 / 

7 h -23 ; 6 e— 9 a G a— 12 sGa 
Escobado and others Arrested by the 

United States, 23> 6/— 25 ; 5 e 

Raid into after Robbers, 10 ; 5 e 

into Texas, \o a 0/ 



— Monument to the Killed in the Late Civfl 
War on Boston Common Dedicated, 18 s 5 « 
Mormon Prophet, Death of, 3 « 6 a 



Cc/nsij/>/ijj>g, Only Onk.' Vacancy and 7,000 \ 



— New Loan, 11/6 e— 12 ; 6 c— 16 j'5/— 20 

j5c-2l i 7 c— 2875rf 



Apj)licutiuu:>, 11 1 o t 



5 \. b 



XotY. "^vivvj^i^jksi^sk C!.<aax\«Tvt\Qn_^ 2& 



Sept. oO, 1877.] r^LHEit'a ihdez to ^ tue tiii&b " »zwsi>Ari;it. 



AiBBTlca (coaliniailj. 

— ^ OrAngemen's PK>c««ioD Abandoned to Prc- 

ferre Order. 12j'6« 

and the Paris Exhibition. ;' 5 e 

rment Offi(«, I'm at. 27 j C u 

Pennsylvaiiian Deuoeratiu Conv^ition — 

New Treasurer, -25 a 5 f 
Philadelphia Penniuient Exhibition the 

first Opening of on Sunday, S >i f 
Plncer County, the Chinese liiipelled and 

their (juarlcra Bumed. 'JO i He 
—^ President AddreMea a Meeting at Louis- 

viUe, HI I 5 c 

Circular to OEee Holders, 23 j t c 

— Endorsement of his Policy, 7i3J—22 1 jf 

InTJted to Maine, i'l uhc 

Reception of at Concord, 24 a G c 

Tour, ar. a Ij o- 2) u e O--10 i 4 a— 21 * 

5 f— 24 ■ 3/— 27 s 6 o 

in New York, tjad 

PubUc Debt, Monthly Report. 2 a 5 rf-3 i 

• Railway Scrranls, 10 per Cent Reduction in 

Ihe Wagesot, 5j6 c/-lS;6*— Id i 5 rf 
. Strike on the Baliiniore, &c Line, we 

Closing of the Strike, 31 i" 5/— I o 5 e 

—1 a 10 a— 4 a 6 a 
_ Exleoding to all, 23 j lOa— 27j8a~ 

3 a 9/ 
FederalTroopiSentfor, 20ju J -21 j 

76 
Frightful Deslructiun of Property, 2i 

-28 
j 6 e— ao j 10 u—'i a a f—\ < 4 d 

■ Trials of the RJoleri, 2 a of. 

Strikes, CoL Scott's Account of, 19 i lOc 

Eeeiprocity Treaty with Canada, 25 a 6/— 

25 a 6 Q 
. the Riting Sun, an American IVhnler, off 

Cuba, Detained by Ihe Spanish AuLliiiritiea, 

12>6/-l4;7/-l-j5y 
St. Louis, Run on the Savings Banks in, IS 

ye/" 

Ship News, 2 " 5 rf 

"Silting Bull "Returns to, 31 a 3/-1 <t;a 

Spain Proposes to Indemnify the VVhulers, 

20 a 5 a 

Strike of American Collier*, tee Sibi^bs 

Boatmen, lee Stbiku 

Sotro Tunnel, 31 a 6 s 

Tilden (S. J.) Sails for Lireipool, in i C if 

M. Thiers, National Flag Hoisted Half-nmat 

High over Public Buildings as a Mark of 

Respect for. 10 i C b 

Tornadoes ia, Accidents from, ij 7 / 

Treasury Bonds, - ■ - 



Yellow Fever in Florida, 12 s C o— 17 s 8 fr 

Imcrican Cave and Cliff DweUings Models in 

the KoQth Kensington Museum, 2'J n 4 e 
Children — Prulessor Bowditvh'a Measure- 



Oysters. 31 aib 

Viailors, 30 n « /" 

Workmen and their Strikes, 23 o 8 a 

An " Anacolulhon." 20 s 4 c 

Ancient Music, Price Sale List of Dr. Rinibnuli'a 

IJbrary. il n 'J J" 

• Pulpit, aa a 10 <f 

Aiigln-Africnn Regent, 22 n R /> 
A.iBlu-Americiin AmeniiieP, 5> 11 k 
Anglu-Jewinli Aasocialiun and the Jews in tli» 

Eiist, 24j !)/ 
Anonymouji Munificence— Coats Sent Without 

Order, 10] II r 
AniiConfessiuHal Meeting at Exeter liall. 21 J 



Anti-Tobaceo Society— Priic Offerrd tor Iho. 

Bot Essay apiinst the Ueii of Tuliairco. 1 u fie 
Antiquarian Di-cucries at Talou, I" •• i'Z !• 
Antonelli(CBrd.Jhis Natural iMii^liter CInimR. 

his Property, il / o s— !2 ;,'. e— ly / 4 /— I'.l ; 

5<(— 23j6ii— :;7j ri rf-1 u 4e-»ni<— Ua, 

5d-l7G3s-:;2.i4,i 
Antwerp Festival an'! rnngrcss, s« ItmxNS 

Prill ler-Maifun llanien, 23 u « 

Appearing to Forpi^i, 2 aH b 
Apples, Sure-bcnring .t] n 'J c 
Archceological Distuveries at Spats, 20 j '> c 

Institute, Me Hi.VAi. 

Archery at ihe Crystal Pulnce, Mi 13 /' 
AKCaDB, ETQ. OoURT ;— 

St. Ethi'lburga, lti>]iripsgale, 2T> n 1 1 u 

• St. Dunslan in llii- West, 23 a 11 n 

St. Luke's, Uld^trot, 25 a II u 

« Kbit. C, V. Loader. 8 a 10 c 

Arctic Exphiralion and Bailnuns. 7 > 9 « 

ICjtploring Simionii, 23 a 3 /* 

Regions- Arrival of ihe Arctic at Dundee. 

20 s C (i 
ArmaiU Scnnon, 13 n C,/ 
Armenia, Tlailsiorni in. -I j 5 <1 
Armorial Bearings, 'ii -i 'j e 
Armv and Navy Co-Oricralive Society, Bcnurt, 

22 .. 7 * 

— Pensions, 19j 7 /. 
Amold(Arilmr)(m,Sl«veTradi'inKj£ypI,23nl0e. 

(Msllhe"-) <.ri SiHlliiiK IMiiruL .■. j.li b 

Art Exhibition ai Wokinuliuiii. «e Wokjnohaji, 



- Ueputt. ot Ci)D>vo.».VWft 'i- ^IClCg^vJ.»S»n^ ^ 



Ascent ol WiTOa,i»,'iV « " i 



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[July 1 to 



Aslicr & Co's., ChiH)molitliograj)hy, 29 « 4 6 

A^ia, see War in tug East 

Asiatic Fa mine, Another, see Cobea 

Assam Tea l^ompany, tij 6 d 

Assizes, Official Notice, 18 a 7 /* 

Associated C'hambers of Commerce. Autumnal 

Meeting, 21 a 9 /— 13 s 5 c— 14 « 7 /" 
Athens to Thebes, 23 a 9 a 
Atlantic Exploration, IH a 4 /* 
-^ — Note about, \S a S d 
Atta of Kosos, 14 a 7y— 21 s A d 
Audacious Expedition — a Boat Voyage from 

America to England, 23 j 8 c 
Aujjust Meteors, Note about, 14 a 9 c 
AUSTRALIA :— 

Boat Race at Sydney, 3 s 3 ti 

■■ Chinamen in, t)j 7 b — 10 » 4 r 

-'— Chinese Immigration, 3 « 3 a & d 
^ — ^ VoVL l^x, 6s'6d 

-' Coal, Discovery of, at Coloraine, Ajdf 

•- — Earthquake. Shocks in, 3 « 3 a 
Jillections, 4 ; 9/ 



• — Electoral New Bill, 14*66 
-- — Finances, 3 *• 3 « 

Fresh Meat from, 2i a 7 f 

•m Jervoise (Sir W.) Report on the Defences, 

853 6— 14s 6 
•« Proccediogs in tlie Assembly, 4/9 J — 3 

«3a 
- — Railways, 3 s 8 a 

-. Revenue Ketarns. 3 « 8 c 

AUSTR ALIA^-SOUl H : — 

••^ Harvest Vroapects, 4 » 9 c 

'■ Immigranls. 15 » 7 a 

-'-^ Increased Value of the Gold Mines, 13^ 4 b 

RailA'ays and Telegraph-*, 28 / U/ 

-. Tidal Disturbances, 4.; 9/ 

Australia— Western, Census, 30 a 8 6 
Australian Agricultural Compiiny, o / 7 e 
Federation, 9 i 6 6 

-. Gold, i a o e 

-. — Sovereigns, Return of the Number Coined, 

10 J 4 (/ 

•.. Wrecks, 21 « 10 e 

AUSTRIA :— 

•» — Andrassy (Count) Return of to Vienna, 24 

a 5 c 
^-rr—. — and Count Bismarck, 5:4 n 5 c— 31 q 3 e 

__6 s 3 r— 18 s 5 r/— 20 ft 3 ((—21 s 5 h 
•«r— — r- his Policy — *' No Nonsense," 24 a 5 e 

— Appointments and Excliange*, 10 5 6 a 
■• — ^ Army Mobilization, \ a b c — 2 abb 

•^. Court News, 13/5 h — 24 a b d 

Emperor's Dinner and the Czar's Health 



Proposed, 12 s 6 a— 13 s 3 d- 14 s bj 

r-. i-^ Leaves for Hungary, 8 « 6 a 

at Kaachau, JO « 6 a — 15 s 5 b 



m the Danube Not to be Touched by Russia, 

24 a 5 c 
*r — English Church, Built by Subscription, 

Open^ in Vienna, 14; 7 J 
•» — Financial I'osition, lab c — 3 a b c — 7 a 3 

A— 24 sSd 
-^ and the Galku-ian Diet, 24 a 5 rf— 23 a 3 c 
»^ — and Germtiny. -iff / 't r — J 7 s 3 e 
— ^ Interview of the Emperor wUi? the Euvperox 
P/G^rwm^, Sad c—W a 5 ^, , 
9 



Austiia (i'ittd\uuc(t). 

iin 1 Italy, 19 / 5 r 

xVHjjriiy of I'rince Rodolph, the Ilcir to 

the Tlirone, 27 i 5 r 

Manoeuvres in Kaschau, 13 * 3 r 

MecMing of the Rcich^rath, 5 v t; a 

Proceedings. 20 i 3 « 

Military Commandant, New, of Croatia. T 



53c 



Obligations, New Order, 13 a 5 6 
Pri'parations in, Re[M>ried, 13/7 c 



— Miscellaneous News, 17 a 3 a — 21 n 3 b 

— Occupation of Bosnia and Ile.zeguvina, 
Denied by the Porte, 19 .7 5 r — 24 i 5 /* 

— Opening of the Galicia Diet, 1 J no b 
Pt'ace Rumours in Vienna, IGi 5 c — 27 j 5 



c—'l^ j b 6—7 a 'dh 

— Poles in, 28 a 3 r— 1 t 5 /•— 20 s be 

— Pi ince Alexander of liesse at Vienna, 4 y 7 d 

— Pro-Turkish Meetings in, 3 « 5 c 

— Railway Rails Sold to Russia by, 2Sj 5 6 

— Railways. 7 a 3 6 

— Silzburg Interview, 21 « 6—22 « 5 <i— 24 
tS a 






Treaty of Commerce with Germany, HOaGb 

Uchatius Gun Foundry, Conspiracy in, 7 

«3 c 
and the War, 20 7 5 6— 24> 6 a— 30 / 5 c— 

2a 6 6— 16a 11/ 
Austrian Embassy, 28 7 9 f—20 a b c— 20 a 9/ 

Tyrol, 9 // 9/— 13 a7 d 

Autumnal Salmou FidUing, ^7 < 4 a 

B. 

Babylonian Antiquities, 10 a 12 6 

Bad as Stamford Street— Voltaire's Bedroom 

Closed, 5; 9/ 
^^^PK'^ge to the Continent, IB s 4 f 
Bailey <^Inspectoy)ou the Trial of the Detectives, 

14 rt 8e 
Baker (Samuel White) on the Nile, 2\ s \l d 
Babiklava Banquet, set Natal and Militakt 
Balhiim Case— Death of the Mother of Mr. 

Bravo, 19^ 9/ 
Sale of the Effects of the latq Mr. Bravo, 

1 s7f/— 3«9/ 
Bell (Geo. W.) on River Pollution, 27 u 8 d 
Balloons. First One Con.structed in Japan, 6 a 4 a 
Bank Holiday, Amusements of, 7 a G 6 

Railway Arrangements, 3 a 6 6 

BANKING :— 

Alliance, 7/13 rf— 17 d \0 d 

Anglo-Californian, 24 rt 7 a — 6 « 5 6 

Anglo- Egyptian, 10 ; 10 a 

A n^lo- Italian. 2G * 5 a 

Australian Joint Stock, 13 « 5 a 

Bank of Australasia, 14 a 5 e 

of Bengal, 10 7 10 «— 3 a (i a 

of Bombay, 24 'i 7 a 

of British Colunibia, b s 7 e 

of Egypt, Nelt Profit*, 25> G « 

Meeting. \) n 7 d 

— of EuKland, Weekly Returns, (5/10 6— 

13 J 11 6—20 ; (i a & b—'Z7 j 10 6—3 a 6 //—1ft 

a II n & 6—17 a 5 6—24 a 7 6—31 a b a & k 

—1 8 li a Sc b— \\ s 1 u 55^ b~*lV 5 \ C— 2^ < 5 

vk c 



Banking (eoalinnrA). 

Blink at Uiighin J, Average Stock ot Jlulliun, 

2b j G a 

fl«liintv Sheet, H4 a 7 ft 

IJiviiIeinl Notice*, a o 6 ft— JB ..To 

Geie'at (Jojvl, )4 « 7 n i e 

Nevi' Wfixliing Macliiii?. -^7 j 111 n 

NoiuB i.i Urmilstiuo, Gj in A^ia /lift 

— 20j6u— -.'Tj 10/— 8oGft— 1(1.1 11 .i— 17o 
6 ft— i* n 7 ft— 7 « 6 .<- 14 I 7 n-Jd i 5 t 

of Francis Wci-lily Ue'uriw, li ; a e— IKj 

B4— aO/fi/f-aTju e— 8 u 5 .=- lOur.t— 17 
aa6-:;5,. s«-ai a 8«— 7.. a^—u- du- 
al • 5 e-rs 1 i « 

of Peru. 1 1 » 7 <i 

of Mailrai, Ij VA d 

ot M.j.ilrpr>l. lil/Uln 

uf Sojili Airiuu. ITupoMl to EUlabtish at 

the Cape, (ijKi/' 

of Spain, ifl J 4(1-18 n 7 n- 13 » 7 o 

of Victoria, a2 i 7 ft 

Bankers Clearing House. Weekly Rettirns, 

6j 10 6— 13> ) I b— 20 i U 6—27 / HI t— 3 u G 

b— 10 a II fi— I7a6 6— 24o 7 ft— SI a 5 ft— 7 

» 5 i— 14 I 7 ft— 21 » 7 ft- 28 » 5 c 

Iteniarks on, 25 j T n 

Birmiiigliam Baoliing Company, 4 > 13 a— 

IGJ 7 a 
Dodley and Dinti'ict Bankiog Compaoy 

20 I G a 

Caledoninn Bnnkjng Corporation, 16 a 7 a 

Central of London. 14/ M <t 

Chartered Bank uf India, AuBtralia and 

China, 27 i 6 ft 

Cheque Cnnk. 29 1 7 a 

City, 14 i 8 a- lit> 7 «-13 t 5 a 

Dividend Declared, ij 13 a 

of Glaagov, 6 / 10 a 

Colom«l, li; IOa&« 

Cane New Bank, 8 a 6 / 

of Now Z»*land, 24 j 10 r. 

Comaieraial ot Sydney, 24 j 10 c— 19 » 7 a 

Ci>tn)iarison of the Bank of Eaj^land with 

the Prices of Consuls and French Kentee, / 

10 *— 18 j 1 1 ft- 20 ;■ 6 ft— 27 j 10 6—3 a 6 6— 

10 o 1 1 o— 17 a 5 6—24 a 7 6— Blta 5 a— 7 i 6 

6 -14 1 7 a— 21 <7ft— 2ejSft 

(kiiuoUilaied, (ij 10 a 

Couit'i Bank. 2S « 7 6 

linffliah, Scollish and Australian. 2.1/ 7 a — 

Exchange and Discount Dank, lljlO/ 

lialifax Joint Stock, 111 j 7 n 

Uampsiure and North Wilti, 10 j 10 a— 23 

j"7a 

Hon? Kong and Shanghai, 18 a 7 a 

ImperiBl, 7> IS J—lij M a-19j 7 e 

of GermaBV, 4/13 ii~ll j lOo— 18 j 6 ft 

— 27il»A— 4n'7ft— II u G .1— 20 n 7 ft— 2H a 
- - ■" - ■- - (-2li.5a 



-ofR 



(, 2a> 



Irish antt Scotch Banks. Circulation B^ 

turn*, 25 J 6 a— 25 n 7 6-21 « 7 ft 

1 Lancashire and YorkEhiii;, 7j 13 4 

Liverpool Commercial, S ; 10 ii 

London Joint. Stocl^ tiJlOa—20^G^& f 

—Sa6a 
^ of Oregon, 23jTa 



Jiankibg [ii.vtiii.-<:l). 

l-undoii .Mul Coiimy. 27 i 10 

Kii.i,Nu-:h Wccn. )3jl 



•Mj G a 



dYotkithiie, 13/11 ft 

Manclii'sier anu Couni i. 12 j 7 a 

Mercsnille Bank of ftiiincy, 13 a 5 a 

MorchikntE' Bxib oi Canaiift. 4 / lu n 

Banking Cujipmy o^ Loidun, li o 7 c 

Meti'opuUtnn, JGjTa— 25jG/' 

: Midland, 13> lift 

NaliunHt, 20/6 a 

of Giee.:e, 17(6/ 

ot lndi.1, 19 * 7 J 

of New Zealand, 27 j 10 a 

New Lomlon a.id llro-Tilian, 39 « 7 a 

Nuiih LKKe.'n BhiiU'Ii; Company, Hlj 4 a 

and Souih Waie», 6 ; 7 o 

Nonhe.n Counr<K9, 3 a 6 ft 

I'riTaio and Joiiit Slock Banks, Monthly 

Keturns, 23 / 6 a— 25 a 7 ft— 21 i 7 ft 

.PuDJsub, 21j I2c 

Sla&oi-dshlie Joint Slock. 16 / 7 a 

StaOdard Bank of British Soutli Africa, 5 / 

7e— 19>7ii— 8» 10/ 
SiAte of Shaie3 iu Ccmpanies, in tveiy daj't 

paper 
Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 2Sj 10 a 

Trades, Mr. Cox DiMilaime Connexion with, 

2ti>6a 

Union ot Austlalio, 6 / )0 a—lij 7 b 

of London, 5j 1 a— 12 / 7 a & d 

of Mnnchesrer, 16/ 7 e 

West uf EngUnd and South Wale* District, 

10 / 10 a 
Wills and Dorset Banking Company, Gi' 

10 a 

Wolverhampton and StafFordehJre, 2 a 6 ft 

Banking and Cummeieial Peimauent BcDefll 

Building Socieiy, 2 o 6 c 
Banks (Rer. E. Uiipper) on Chiist'a Hospital, 



Adamson, W., 4j 10 d 

Adyc, W. L., 4 a 8 d 

Affeck, Henry, 23 j 8 e 

Aird. Walter, I8j7/" 

Aitten, W. N.. 14 / 10 ft 

Allen. Gea., 29 « 8 c 

Anderson, Henry C, 26 » 6/ 

Ann, Kubert Henry, 29 « 8 c 

Amall, Thoe. T,, and Thos., 26> 8 

Austin, A. H., T / 10 6 

Austin, Henry Selwooil, 11 a 7/ 

Avard, James, 15 a 6 e 

Ay era, Joseph, 21jlOc 

Bain, J., 22 « 8 c 

W., 4jl0d 

BaVei, X.,\'6ol f 

Koset^t. K., •a.a.-*.*. 



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[July 1 t< 



BftUkjnptcies (continued), 

Ball, Nm n alj 

W., 21; lOc 

. Bnllantyne, VV.. 1 j \0 h 

Banks, George, 4 / 10 </ 

« Barbour, J., *i9 » 8 c 

Bamett, Rowland G. I., 8 a 8 rf 

. Barraclough, Uoo., 22 a 7/ 

Batcheler, «., 1*10/ 

Beale, Thos.. 8 * 8 r 

Beaumont, G., 15 a 6 e 

. — Beckett, Geo., 18 o 7./ 

Behrens, Louis, 12 4 8 c 

Bentham, Henry Apthorpe, 18 y If 

• Bilbrough, Wm., 12 s 8 c 

Billingham, J., 22 « 8 r 

• Birbwjk, G. M. B. and B., 28 j 8 c 

Bishop, Geo. A., 22 a 7 / 

«^ Blacldey, W. G., 18 a 7 / 

* Boon, John Bolds, 18 a 7/ 

— — Borthwick, Alexander, 22 a 7/ 

Booth, Arthur Jeremiah, 21 7 10 c 

Botten, IsahelUi, 18 a 7/ 

— ^ Boulton, Thos.. 22 a 7 /" 

— Boyd, D., \ a o f 

Boyle, Hamilton R., 19 « 8 e 

• Bridgens, Charles. 19 s 8 e 

— ^ Brown, R., 4 a 8 rf 

•c and Hamilton, 19 s 8 e 

-^^- Buchanan, W. A., 12 » 8 r 

Callow and Smith, 14 j 10 6—18 j If 

Carragher, J., 1 » 10/ 

Carter, Wm., 29 o 5 /* 

— . — Cash and Davis, IS a7J 

Chapman, John, 15 a 6 

. Chisholm, R. and J., 8 a 8 e 

Christie. A.. 18 i 7/ 

- — Chrystal, T.. 29 o 6/ 

— < — Church and Maples, 15 a 6 e 

— Clapham, Thos., 25jSc 
— ^- Clark, J., 26 « 6 / 

Clarke, Fred., 29 » 8 c 

Cohen, Benjamin, 18/7/ 

Cole, Henry, 25 a 8 e 

Collier, Wm., 25 a 8 e 

— — Cook, W. and James, 12 « 8 c 

Corlass, F. S., 15 a 6 e 

Couper, J.. 22 a7 f 

Cowan. W., 18 a if 

Cowgill, Henry, 22 * 8 c 

Cowper, J., Wjlf 

Cradock, J., 28 j 8 c 

Craig, D., 19 « 8 « 

Cranston. S., 25 a 8 « 

Craven, Hartley, 19 i 8 « 

Crawford, Joseph, 5 » 8 b 

Cruikshank, J. H. I.. 22 « 8 c 

Cutchee, J., 4 a 8 </ 

Cutbertson, J. M., 1 a 5 /* 

Daniel, Mary Ann, 19 « 8 « 

Davies. Alfred, Wilt 

Thos., 29 a 5 /• 

Wm., 14; 10 6 



m 



Davison, Wm., 14 ; 10 b 
Dawson, O., 15s 8 6 
D»jr,J., 15 s 8 d—22 8 S c 
-M.A^5s86 



Bankruptcies (continued), 

Delany, Patrick Joseph, 22 a 7/ 

Dewhurst, J. A., 7 ; 10 /> 

Dixon, Geo., 21 ; 10 c 

Donaldson. J., 22 « 8 a 

I)3ble. Paige, 25 a 8 « 

Douglas, 15 a (J e 

John, 12 « 8 (/ 

Drakoford, H., 19 « 8 « 

Drummond, J., 1 s 16/ 

Dugdale, John, 29 a 5/ 

Duncan, J., 1 a 5 /— 8 a 8 e 

Dunrose, Samuel, 1 a 5/ 

Eden, L., 1 « 10/ 

Edmonds, Jubal* Henry, 1 a 5/ 

Elliott, John, 22 « 8 c 

W\, 1 a 6/ 

ElUs, G. D., 7 ; 10 b 

Enidin. Wm. Henry, 4 ; 10 d 

Entwistle, Joseph, SaS d 

Evans, John, 2G » 5 /* 

Wm., 26 » 5 / 

Fabrice, J., 18 a 7/ 

Farley, Henry H., 29 « 8 c 

Farrant, F. C. B., liy 7/ 

Fawn, W.. 28 i 8 c 

Fishbum, Richard, 6 sS b 

Fisher, Wm., 6 « 8 b 

Fleming, W., 22 a 7 f 

Foote, R. W., 19 5 8 fl 

Fortune, J., 14 ; 10 b 

Fraser, A., 4 a 8 d 

Friend, Ernest. 11/7/ 

Fullan, John Murphy, 21 / 10 

Furnace, John, 11 a 7^ 

Galverley, John, 29 « 8 c 

Gardner, Jas. Peter, 4 / 10 rf 

Gay, Robert, 12 « 8 c 

George, Robert, I a 6 f 

Gibson. Wm„ 22 a 7/ 

Giles, John, 19 i 8 6 

— -^ Gilgar, John, 5 s S h 

Gillau, J. H., 11 o 7/ 

Glover, Christopher, 19 « 8 « 

G., 1 a 5/ 

W..7/ 10 b 

Graham. R., 1 a 5y 

Grant. W. R., 25i8« 

Gregory, John. 19 « 8 « 

-Thos., 18 « 7/ 

- Griffiths, James, 19 « 8 « 

Haigh. Henry, 11 a 7 /— 19 sSe 

Halstead, James, 25 a 8 e 

Haraham, H. J., 15 a 6 « 

Hardham, Henry John, 12 « 8 e 

Hardy man, H., 15 « 8 b 

Hams, M., 15 1 8 b 

R., 26 « 6 / 

W., 4 a Sd 

W. H., 1 8 10/ 



Harrisou, Ephraim, 18 a 7/ 



I 



Hastie, J. H., ij'lOd 

Hastings, Charles Geo. Prosser, 8 a 8 ^ 

R., 22 a 7/ 

Haiy, Y>.,\bQ^e 



8ept. 33, 1677.] PAUiKH'a tKUKX to " tuk times " NKtrafAfKii. 



Bankruptdea (runliimed). 

Ui'nrv. G.. iSjttc 

MiuhHcl Will,, 18 a 7/ 

HiRgie. O.. yr. « « e 

■ Hill, Abraliam. 16 » 8 A 

Hilton, Edwan], 23 j tt e 

HilvUh. y., II o 7/ 

Hognn. T., llj?/- 

Hopiit. J., llai f 

Holderne««, Henrj L„ ft a 8 e 

Holdeii, Jm. Cawood, llj7/ 

Holmes, C„ 15 n 6 e 

— — Horlun and Duckit, 15 » 8 rf 

Hoaie, J,, 7 / 10 4 

Howard, Geo.. I a 6 f 

Howell and atrschao, Hal f 

Uughea, 1)., 1 1 10/ 

John, S n 8 ( 

T. J., 8 J 8 c 

Hunter, B. B,, S * S c 

J., 8 « 8 e 

T, 21j 10 e 

• Hution, W., 5»8 6 

Hvde, Tbunui, a9 » 8 c 

IlUn^orlli, Walter, li-J o 5/ 



-Inii 



■; J., 1 



,6/ 



«6/ 



Irvine, A., * q _ 

Jamea, Clinrtes B 

David, a 

Wm., 8 a 8 e 

Jelen, JuLen, II a If 

Jennings, J,, IS i 8 i 

Johnson, F,, IB a 7 /— 2S * 5/ 

Kappele, 1 » 8 4 

Kemp, A. B., 1 . 10/ 

— - — John, 8 I 8 c 
Kerr. N., 18 u 7/ 

Kettle, Thos. Joselin, ij 10 d 

King.J,, 1 I 10/ 

. Kingsbury, Robert, 22 a It 

Kirk. W., 18 J 7/- 

Knight, Alfred tilkington, IBj If 

• Knuek. HeBrj-, 5 j 8 A 

Koch, C, 1 a 6/ 

Landou, Charles lUchanJ, 25 o 8 e 

Langfonl, Edwin, * a 8 d 

Lapraih, H., 25 a 8 e 

LanghlHnd. D., 29 > 8 e 

Laurie, T„ llj 7/ 

Law, James, 15 » 8 & 

Lawrence, J., 29 a 5/ 

Lichfleld. Wm., 23 « 8 e 

Lister, Alfred, 21 j 10 c 

Ulster, J„ 11 o 7 / 

Livin^tons and Deas, 16 tS b 

Lloyd, Cornelius, 8 j 8 e 

Lockerbie. D., 29 a 6/ 

LOTB, J., *j 10 d 

H., ^5 a 8 e 

—^ Lowe, Wm. Henty, 7 j 10 b 

Lowson, A., 22 a 7/ 

Luke. J., 12 » 8 c 

Lundle. D., 28 ; 8 c 

■ Macrae, D., 28 » 5 f 

Mactcmon, F., 11 u 7/ 

M jitlanJ. C, SB J b <■ 

- — Minito, Jcroaiul'., II u 'tf 



BankrupttdM (nnlivnri',, 

Mi^rk mil) licrlnnd. ir> ■ 8 ( 

Markland, W.. 7/10 h 

Miirslinll, J., 2^ li 8 « 

T., H a 8 -- 

MaoterMin, Josepli. 11 u 7/ 

Mnrtln. 1)„ 11 ; 7/ 

M-l}i.nBld. F., 8<:'8« 

J,, as .. 8 « 

M(ieachy, J., 2S » 6 /" 

Mlntyrif. ]>.. 1 » 10 /■ 

MKeniie, J., 19.8< 

r„ am 8 r 

-~ T. J., 7 ; 10 6 

M-Kew. D., 22 « 8 r 

M'Kiniosh. J., 1 1 J 7 f 

M'Uuen, J. S.. 2» a 6/ 

M'Leen, A., 23 n 6/ 

M'N«r. T, 12 « 8 c 

M-lioberts. J., 6 » 8 i 

Meatiouk, Mary, ^5 a 8 « 

Meek. J., + 8 d 

Melville. J. and A., 22 a 7 /■ 

Menlrop and Simon, 25 a 8 s 

Middletnn, H., 8 o )• « 

Mitchell, A„ 16 a 6« 

P., la.Se 

Modridge. Edmund Q., 8 a 8 d 

Money, 1". J., 28 / 8 e 

Moody, Ruwntree, 18 ; 7 / 

Morgan, Tkos., 8 a 8 e 

Morrison, A. N., 6 > 8 b 

Molleram, G. H.. U j 7/— 22 a 7/ 

Moys, Stephen, Uj 7/ 

Muir. S.. 15 a fl s 

Monro, D. S., 4 a 8 iJ 

J., II a 7/ 

Murray, John C, 13 » 8 « 



-M., 



ij"8e 



T., 16 a 6 « 

Mutch, P„ 23 < 8 c 

Naughton, A., 12 » 8 c 

Neil, Philip, * ; 10 J 

NeiUon, It., Uj 10 b 

Kewton, J., 1BJ7/ 

Hisbet, W., 25 i 8 c 

J.,21jlOc 

Noble. J., 25 J 8 e 

Komiington, W. E., 18 j 7 f 

Oyston, BlixabellC 25 a fi « 

I'liraell. B., 8 » 8 c 

Palerson. J., 21 i" 10 e 

Pearson, G.,Uj 10 b 

Peat, A.. 2(i » 6 /■ 

Peters, S.. lilO/ 

Pettit, H., 16s 8 6 

Pratt, C. D., 19 « 8 « 

Price, BeDJamin Thos., 22 o 7 /" 

I'rince, J., 28j' 8 f 

Fntchard, Geo.. 25i8c 



Pryce. H„<jlOd 



B^n 



r Al.MKJl'jS INI>KX TO •* T)\K TIJlliS *' NEWSPAPKU. 



[July 1 to 



r#an vr 'ptcios >'"»r/ ///.■/). 

Ivciics. l-,<lir Willi Ilurku 

Hilcv. Klij.ili. I \ J 7 / 

UiiliL-rtsi. Ai.:h'»Mv, 2\ j lu c 

Henry, 1 u it /" 

T. K.,4'j8r/ 

Wm. Anwyl. 29 a o / 

Hobertson, K., 8 */ 8 « 

iiobiiKson, 'I'ljoy., 1 1 / 7 /' 

Uodgers, A. Fl., 7 j 10 



W a 7 f 



Hose, J., 18 a 7y 

Rudforth, L. J., 22 « 8 c 

— Rugcnori, J nines Joseph, 12 x 8 c 

Kusscll, John Edmund, 18j 7 /* 

T., 14> 10 b 



Saffery. E., \o x S b 
Sandtrnmn, Julian Fre<l., 25 j 8 c— 1 a 5 f 
Scott, James Douglas, 25 ; 8 c 
— Wm., 22(1 7/ 
Sedgwick, Leonard, 25 ^ 8 c 
Sharp, J., 29 a 5 /' 
Shiels, J., 28.;8r 



Short and Stewart. 29 a 5/ 

Skinner, W. P.. 1 a 6/ 

Smith, G., 8 a 8 « 

and Benning, 15 « 8 b 

Smyth, Wm., 18 a 7 /* 

Sorgesa, C, 16 a 6 e 

South, U. W., 1 a 5./ 

Speakman, Thoa., 7^ 10 6 

Spiers, A., 21 ; 10 c 

R.. 11 a 7/ 

Spicer. I^t. 11 7 7/ 

Spinks, John Manlcy, 1 a 5y 

Stevenson, J., 1 « 5 /* 

Stewart, J., 22 a 7/ 

R., 4 a 8 d 



Stirrat, A., 8 a 8 c 
Storrie, J., lljlf 
Stovold, Henry, 26 « 5 /* 
Stratton, Henry, 29 * 8 c 
SutherUnd, J. F., 12«8c 
Tait. J., 15 a 6 € 
Taylor, Robt. Nathaniel 25 ; 8 c 
Thomas, John Stroud, 25 j 8 c 
Thomson, J., 11 j 7/ 
Thorn, W., 4 a 8 </ 
Tod, J., 12 « 8 c 
Todd, A., 22 a 7/ 
Townsend, Alfred Josejih, 29 » 8 c 
Tozer, C. H., 7 J 10 b 
Trussler. Fred., 14/10 6 
Turnbull, F. and A.. 7j 10 i» 
Varley, R.. 15 a 6 « 
Venning. G., 28 ; 8 c 
Vowles, Wm., 21 ; 10 c 
Wakefield, Thos., 21 ; 10 c 
Walker. F. J.. 2rf>8c 
J., 21 j 10 c 



— Wallace, Mary Ann, 25 i 8 a 

— Ward, G., 28 /8c 

— Waugh, G.. 25 > 8 a 

— Welch, Henry J., 29 » 8 c 

— n'eJIs, Thos, Levi, ]8 a 7 / 

— lVe.<ft, SamueJ, 8 a Sd 

' niutelvy, John, 11 / 7/ 
WJIIJaini, J., Id a C e 



r anka' * >lcieB (nmftn ueit). 
\\ illiams, Mary, 11 <i 7 /' 

Will., 25 « 8 c 

Wihiiiui. Jacob, 22 s 8 c 

WiUoii. J., 22 a 7 / 

Wiiliell W., 2H/8C 

Wolff. Hermann. 2.1 /( m .- 

Wood, (Jeo. Wm.. 2« .•^ .*./' 

Kobcrt. 2(> X 5 /■ 



Wowticock. W.. 12 « 8 c 

Wicford. W., 15*86 

Wylie, A. F., 22 a7 f 

WvlUe, G., 7j 10 6 

Yeend, Jas., 4/IO(/ 

Yorke. K., 28 / 8 c 

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED :— 

Aschkinass, Wolf, 1 s 10/ 

Bayliss, Wm. Thos., 19 « 8 e 

Beumes, P. T., 16 « 6 « 

Beckett, Geo., 29 i 8 c 

Brewer, Richard. 1 1 a 7 / 

Broxrn, Robert, 22 « 8 c 

Coldhnm, James. 1 o 5 J 

Corlass, Frederic Sydney, 29 .< 8 c 

Davison, Wm., 1 a 10/ 

Do well, Thos., 14 / 10 6 

Ellis, Henry E idy, 22 a 7 e 

Franks, H., \S a 7 f 

Haigh, Henry, 8 *r 8 c 

Hughes, John Morgan, 1 « 10/ 

Hutt, John Blunsum, 25 jSc 

Kellaway, Oscar, \ abf 

Langley, H.. 28i8c 

Lawson, Wra., 25 « 8 e 

J^ti, W. W., 18 a 7/ 

Marks. H., 28> 8 c 

S., 28 / 8 c 

Mark wick, M., 18 / 7/ 

Marland, John, \la7 f 

Mossop, T. R. W., 28 i 8 c 

Newton, Eliza, 29 a 5 / 

Phillips, Joseph John. 25 ; 8 c 

Phipps, P.L., 18/7/ 

Poolev, Thos. Alex., 14 j 10 6 

RiddeU, C. E., 25 / 8 c 

Robson, Albert, 25./ 8 c 

Sandeman, Julian Fred., 2G » 5/ 

Sandys, F. 15 a 6 e 

Scantlebury, John, 22 a 7 e 

Solomons, Abraham, '>\) « 8 c 

Spicer, Lot, 25 a 8 c 

Stevens, Pierre, 1 a 6/ 

Turner, Rev. C, 18 a 7 / 

Walton, Geo. Edwin, jun., 26 « 5 / 

S., 18 J 7/ 

WiUiams, Day Beard, 5 « 8 6 

Morgan, 28 / 8 c 



I 



BANKRUPTCY COURT r— 

Public Examinations, 4 / 10 «f— 7/ TO A— 11 

i Ty— 14 ; 10 6—187 7 /— 21 j 10 c -25> 8 f— 
28 / 8 r—\ a 5 f-A a 8 c/— 8 a 8 e— 11 a 7 /— 
15 a 6 «— 18 a 7 /- 22 a 7 /*— 26 a 8 c— 29 a 5 
/—I 9 10 /*— 5 s 8 6—8 « 8 c— 12 s 8 r— 16 *i 
6- 22 « 8 f— 26 s 5/— 29 f 8 c 

Tt\\*\.q^% tvw<\ \Wvt \>\itic8, 1 7 f 11 y 



NKWsrAPKR. 



Eanloniiitcy Court 0<" 



■ ■ill.!., s 



ta/ 



— — Chndwifk, Knw. & Co., Uj n e 

- Cuilur, Kr.ink. I^j. 11 s 

Diivie. Yuuiiii L Co., 16 n 12 o 

Hi-liiinft, A., } 11 1—5 ti.it 

FofBtcr &. Cc... 2a a' 10 ft 

llnrtmont E, H„ S f II e 

IJitkis MRJiir-Ceii. Henry Er»kine,2-lj]l < 

Hulrtnan and Hewctl, II ii II li 

Jmiics. C. U., 19) 11 (/—IS* II d 

Imeiih. Alfred, lij 1 1 e— 9y 11 /—IT u 10 u 

Kendrifk, Isiuu, Iti a 12 a 

Kvnt, W. H., 5» 12 a 

Kej'uier kud GuudrLh, U > 13 e— 29 i 

10 ft 

Kitchen, Thos., 20 J II e— U a 10 d 

■ Laiic. Henry Murrav. 23j II d 

Lnylnnd, Fmntis llunry, 19/ U d 

Mahler, H. K. ami G., 24 . 9 a 

Maidatime, VisL-uunC, :(0/ 111/ 

Margeiiuii nn<l Uiil, 17 f 10 u 

Mi'yLTSind DatEs, 13n II a— 20 s 10 a 

MJlburn. C. & If- 6 » 10 a 

rt Murpni. rx purle ParBon*. T a9 d 

I'adiiifon, C. J., 4 a U c 

le Hamilt. i: J II t 

IMdiioh. W. S.. 19 » 12 a 

I'ostleilwniie, C. E.. 12.11c 

. llHjnjr, Wn-.. 24 J lie 

. Ht-jnvnan. Jiimbu* M,, 27; II r 

KiKK. Juhn, 12j 11 d 

. tiill,. Wni 



■, liroi 



mi Cru 



I, 14 > 12 a 
« 11/ 



, 


- Til- 


n, Ituope anil D'Av 


gdor, 19 . 


12 d 




- VHr 


■y, H.. 1 ■fl2rf 










- Vill 


re. K. E., 2; 11 










- Wnn 


, Kreil., 2-1 s 9 










- Wl-S 












- Wilkini & Vernon. 2 


ii\2ii 




Un 


krujjl 


y Acl, NolM 


ih 


Working 


of,2/C 



llHruiiufF (L'Hpi.) Merchantiticii auU Iroiiulade, 31 

UiirlH.T (J. 11.) rin tlie Itailwny GuUd of Ihc Holy 
KTiit. :,'.■> « 4 /■ 

iiibu Harveel Hor 



UnrkiiiS, Tl-i 



"S/ 



11 LaL-d Ineivfld uf Gas ii 



lian^arJo (l)i-.) Case of, n 

Homes for Po-.r CliiMren. lyj -J e 
Ilarni's (IC 11.) Climate uf tliu Luirer Dnnui>e, 

4 < 7/' 
Itornclt (Itev. ». A.) on Mi-iiioitl Clubs, 14 < 4 <: 
Itanihtey, Ntw I'ark for. lU n ;( -/ 
Itoriiuiu (the Ammcaii) mi Tttnpcraiice, lljSc 
Unrry (t:naili.'») t'lenpatra'a N'eeille. 7 * fi ft 
Ilarileit (T. II.) on tliuCuUiiiionof Ibe Avulantia 

uikI the y-ifil, l5sGe 
Ba'-ll. Older of, Now Appointmtnb, 21 j U J~- 

■Jijr,r-20j}0.,-!>'^>'r 

■ ■ ■ ' "ir Juliii SlokL-f, ■Jaof 



le SoCiuly's CftUtioli obout) 



I .r 111 d 
lles(.-on«field (Eari of) ITeahh of. ifSf 

on the Indian I'liiiiine Fuiiils, 29 t 1 1 ij 

MorementB of, 20 a 9 'i 

— New I'ortraU of, for the Qaeen, bj- ProrGsaol* 
H. VotiAnReli, 14jl4« 

Ki'ported keiignaiion of. in France, 13 a Si 

Itoyal Party to Dii.e wiih, 23 j N n 

Vmii (hi! Kojal Aquarimn. WjMe 

Ileckcct (^r l<:dm.) Labour aud Wtiallh, 13 i G « 

Bee CuUiiiv.3'. o 4ft 

Bi'uf. Import KclHrm, 13n 11 n 

Beurnnd Ale, Export I{«t limit. Mjtf 

Lonrliin Stout and the Di-ad Ni|{j;(>r in thd 

Vat. I9;6« 
Behrenil (P. H.) oti Si.«-.ide Manser*, 311 u S 6 
Belfast, U'l'-onnfll Uirlllday l'ruLi.-«sijn in, 7ai 

f—SaUk 
Belgian •• Salon," 19i 8 « 

Union do Crdit. In id 

BeU (G. C.) on Chri»t> lloBpital, 13 ,■ S d 
llellamy tE<lw.^oo »ireet Gasei. 19 1 12/> 
Bellini (Ibe Italian Cnniposerj Prupoaed StatiM 

to. at MapU-a, Hj^d 
Benefit oF (Jlerjty, llevcrarH, 10 » 7 « 
llcnQett(i<ir Johti)on ArlLmn Cidture. St Il9 / 
Candidate for ihc Ward of Clieap, «■* 



Berkeley (Caj.l. E. S. F.) and tho Trial of die 
Delivtivea. 24 » 1 1 /" 

(('H;it. Lennox Hawilon) and tin; Trial o( 



ibe lie 



I lOb 



tlic 



(,Mr«0 and Dr. Kenealy, l!lj (1 « 
Belling A geni-iea— William Kiur. |Ji •' H f 
lievan (G. rhi1li|>9) on lhi> Trndt-a' Uuiult 

— (Tho«J iJifficuIiies of Hiaforhns. 27 •<■ f 
BuV'iok, I'riCG Snle iMt of a CoUciMloit of ihii 
Cula and lSiK.k» of, :; / 4 a 

of Jlr. lluyuV Collepllon, 14 « 9 /" 

lli'.\l<:> IUmMi. ro:i9i.'oruii^ii of the Svw ChuTetl 

Itey (Manthroii) .Mi'rthsninicn and Ironclad, & 



\rA Ihc E^st London 



TUBII 



It Hevij 



14 f 



MJi> J 



•'•J 



BioK-r^le.h (Dcanl War Vitilma, 4 ; 12 > 

BiL-VLli^lg. .?r_ SrORTH 

'■Bi^' lien" undtr Ik-pai.-B, 15 a fly— 27 o 8 i-' 

Big ;Win.) on the '■ I'eg Wofflngton " Hat Cue, 

ia»7 </ 
Bigt'nr (— ) on ( lb: t run tires in Parliunent^ 1. <1 

lib 



B> 



PALMEU tf INDEX TO " THE TIMES 



fcf 



»» 



NEWSrAPKS. 



[July 1 to 



I'iniK Pr(*st*rvation Aft. iMote on, 13 « 7 6 
Ilirkbi'ck l^uildiiig ^ocii'ty, Annual Mt^ciing, 23 

/ 7 /i— l;^ /I 10 a 
BirkciihoHtl. Ini*«)rp')raii(ni of. 22 rt e 
IJirniinj'hani Arii>jiiis* Dwelling's. '» / d 
— Household SupjOy Association. 25 * 7 h 

I.ilKTal AKMtc.'iaiion. Mi*eting. 18 * 10/* 

'I'own Council. Mwtnig, ."» / G d 

• and itH FinanrkH. H n 10 y 

BI&THS: — In conMnjiunce of the KopiFtrar- 
(icnernl liavinjf a cdui] k'le Alphabetical List 
from lh37. of all l]irilii» in the Hritish Doini- 
niond, as also of all British Subjects born 
abroad. >Ahich can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Soniersi*! House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vtTtised in the Times. 
BiFchof. (Gnstav) London Water Supply, 30 a 7/ 
Bishop for Kast Londo \ 25 m 1 1 rf 
Bismarck (Prirce) on Ultramontanism, 9 a 3 a 
Bibby ^Kev. A.) on ihe Buriah Question, 12 s 11 e 
Blacburn, New Day Schools at, 28 a 7 e 
Blackie (J. S.) Greik Pronunciations. 9 a 4 6 
Blackmore (Wm.; on Samoa, 25 a -i / 
Block in the Law Courts. 7 « fi </ 
Boarding Out at Naiitwich. i\ i 5 « 
Bodleian Library and the •• Priest in Absolution,** 

2K <i 8 c 
Boiler Exp!o i )n8. Official Returns of, 25 a 1 1 a 
Jiolion ( oiton Spinners. 7 s\) e 
Bonoini ^ Joseph) on Cleopatra's Needle, 10 * 6 c 

— -^5 s6h 
B/onion (^Geo. C.) on the Earthquake. 23 a S c 
Bo<iks: — Custom House Heturns of the Import 
and Exports of. 8 .v 10 c 

tor I'ever Patients. 23 / 4 (f 

lUre Sale of • Collections on the Manor of 

Marden " at Puttick's, 17 i 10 '—217 5 a 

Beturn of Kxj>orted, 12 / 10 /'— 15 n 9 « 

Sale of Haie in the Library of Sir Edw. 

Nicholas at Putticks. 21 a 3 d 

of the Kev. Thomas Hugo's Collection, 7 

a Hd 

of Early Ivlirions of Shnkeppeare, 4/5 d 

Tiwe.H ("olunin c»f New Pooks and Ncm* Edi- 
tions. 2/12 /— 3 / 12 d— 4 / 14 e—o / 12 */- G 
; 12 d—7 i 14 r— 9 / 12 r— 10 / 12 r— 12 ) 12 c 
__U/ u r— 17,? 12 d— 18 / 12 d—'2'6 j 12 c— 
25 / 12 ^— 27 j 12 r— ;><> ; 12 r_I ,/ \'2 /•— 2 a 
\'t t/_;i ,, 12 r— 4 n \'2 e~7 H 10 r—\) n 12 </— 
)0// \'2r—]Sa 12//— 15// 1 2 r— J 7 // 10 r/-20 
a 8 /•— 22 a 12 r/— 24 /* 12 J— 27 a 12 */— 28 a 6 
c— 23 // 10 a— 30 a 12 r— 1 * 12 f—n s 12 e—l 
M 10/ — I0.S 12 f— 14.S- 12 e—\hs 12 r— 18 * 12 
«— 20 X 10 e— 22 s 12 </— 25 # 12 c— 27 *• 12 e— 
28.> 10 / 

Victor Hugo's New Works on the '* Coup 

«i'Ktat,"3 a 10 /i-4j«3 d 
We should Like to See— from Punch, 5 

Boots and Shoes, Import Keturn, IGj 7 a 
Boring for Water, 1 .t 4 ri 
Bosnia— Insurgents in, 24 / 5 r 

Meeting ik the liefuf^cv Eund, 16/9 e — 17 



Bosnia— Turkish Language to be Obligatory in all 

Christian Sclnwls. 24j'"5 b 

see War Nkws 

Bourke ( — ) on the Africans in Congo, 10 a 10/ 
Bourne (Stephen) on Our Ftxid Supply. 31 i 4 a 
Bournemouth. Drainage of. 29 a 7 /• — <» s ]0 h 
Bowditch (Prof.) on American Children, IG a 4e 
Bowles (T. G.) at Darlington, 6 » G A 
on the Stafford House Committee, 11 ;8^ 

—28 a G // 

on the War Victims. 6 * 8 c 

Bowyer (Sir Geo.) Defence of The O'Donogbue^ 

G«4c 

on the Irish Peerage Bill, 14i 12 /" 

Bradford Liberal Club, Formal Opening of, 27 a 

12 a 

Opening of by Lord GranTillc, I87 9 e— 

29 f? 9 a 

New recorder, 14 j 12/ 

Visit. of Mr. Bright to, see Br:oht 



Bradlaugh (— ) at Northampton, 5 Jiff 
Braemar Gathering. 31 a 4 S 
Brasher (A.) Little Lesson in Turkish, 8 a 5/ 
Brassey (Thomas) on Trades' Unions, 22 sA J 
Present to Each of the Delegates to the 

Trades Union Congress, 2% sA f 
Brave Belgian, see Caris 
Board — Sheerness Board of Health and the 

Treasury, 18 » 4 /* 

Lady — Mrs. White and the Burglar. Sy 11 ^ 

Brazil:— Empsror and Empress, Movements of 

in England, 2 / 9/—7j 12 «— 12 j 5 /— 13/5/ 
on the Continent, 17 j 5 e — 18 ; 5 e— 8 a 

6 c— IG a 6/— 23 a 3 a— 24 a 6 a & c— 25a6a 

— 10»6a 

m Edinburgh, 3 ; 5 e 

in France. 14/11 f 

in Ireland, lOj 5 >— 9 / G /*— 1 1 j 12 6 

in Scotland, 4 / 12 rf— 6/ 5/ 

Betum Journey, 28 5 4 6 

British Emigrants in. 1 7 a 9 

Famine in, 17 .s 8 a — 2G « 8 c 



Parliamentary Proceedings in. 21 j 7 e 



Brewin (Arthur) on the Flushing Koate, 11546 

Bribing a Critic, 15 a G « 

Brice (Dr.) on the Danubian Winters, 6 » 5 rf 

Bri('kfield Children, 19 /o c 

Bridlington Priory, Restoration of, 20 a 6b 

Brigifs (W. E.) Lays the Foundation Stone of 

the New Schools at Blackburn, 28 a 7« 
Bright ( John^ Visit to Bradfortl, Sale of Tickets 

for Admi.-sion to St. George's Hall, 16 / 10 6— 

25 / 8 // 

Co-Operators of Leeds and Bradford \1sit 

•* One Ash " the Estate of, 30 / 1 1 e 

Letter to Mr. Potter on the Melbourne 

Dinner, ti a 10 c 

at the Formal Opening of the Manchester 

Town Hall, 14 i 10 « 

and Mrs. at Kochdalo, 27/5 f 

at the Quarterly Meeting of Friends in 

Liverpool, 21 s \0 d 
Speech at Bradford on UnveUing in the 



/ JJ rr 

— Turkey Iiixitag the Jiufuirecs to Upturn, \k 
7c 

Ad. 



Exchange Rooms the Statue of Richard Cob* 
Vivilwi 'B.viViWivi^'i "^^^V^Wtfi. Vviwi'!sjs\^ 



CUiV'^* , 'iVS »^ a 



Sept 30, 1877.] PAI.UKIt'S IHDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSr^fl^It. 



I./ 
' 10 A 



Brighton Aquuriuiu CoDiMny. Dividend, 17 ' 

10 r 

Oollege, Award of Soholnnhipft. SOj!) f 

BriBtnl Cuthcdral, New K&ve, ^5 > li e—^ZH a 5 A 
(IrpliKniiuM. Fnctaabout, H s li e- 

and !>oulh Wslea Wsggim Compui?, 30j C 

Britiah ArL-liKuIof;iifil AsFooiiition, 27 a II A— 29 
a 4^—3(1 « 1 1 .'-SI d 4 /—I I * e— fi . 6 n 

ExcHvaiv Mount Cuburn, Lctres, 19i 10/" 

Annual (Juiijtress at IjHnjcuUcn. 16.) 6 * 

AsBociftlion for Ilie Advanucnii'nl of Suienuc 

Congreaa M I'lymoiirh. In .i (i l—H « 11 n 
Inau^riil AdJres* bj' frofirsmrTIiuinson, 

AnlhrapalOKy. ISnSn— 21 n Srf— 22 a \l <l 

UiuloKXi 10 u a I'—Hi <r J 

CoDcludinK Meetin)[. 2S • 

EconuiDiu Science nnd Si 

18 a 6l,^i\ af.J—iia 11 n— 28 u 10 i 

the ExKuraiinn, 20 c 1 1 a 

Geoeraphiuul SecUun, 17 u 4 c— 18 u C i- 

2la« d 

Geological SccIioQ, IT □ 4 a— 21 a 8 c— 2Su 

rf 

Mnthemntiol and I'hj-gical Science, 17 a 4 

— 2K.I 10 rt 
.c uf Mcx-ting, 

KeviewB of the P«s»ior, 34 a 11 a 

Ihp Telephone, 110 » 1 1 <i 

Tlirift. 22o II c 

BrilUh Columbia, Notice of the Lnte Covemor, 

12 (Cc 

I'repuratiooa for War, 30 i 5 /" 

HoroloKic^ Institute, 17 •• li e 

loleresti, Meetings nbout, 2tf n (i i 

Kate about, ij 10 » 

Medical Auociation. Annual Con);reu. 4 a 

10 d—a n 1 1 n— 10 .1 6 l—VA u 7 tl—IH a'ie 

Muaeuiii, nnd ihe l.yiAlm Marl lex. 24 * 4 <r 

I Mr. LeLfliid I'niitnlc un Orijfiiiul Ciipy of 

Mr. Lincula's iJi'vlaration of Itilhl Eiunncipat- 

ing the Slaves, 20 / fi e 

Mr. Mw;hiu Frctenti his Vi«itora lloob to, 



Bulgnrin itnd the Bulgarians, Sketch of, 7 ti Bb 
Notes on the Ituported AtroL-itiesin, 21 j 6 / 

—23 asr 

Itefurni in the AdminiRtration of, 15 a 6 a 

and Kussia, 7j J a 

ItuBBian Jjiw I'rocUimed in. 1 a 5 e 

Kussian Tiualiiin Enacted, i a hr 

llie "Terror "ill, l»tOc— 21 « « c— 22 i « 

<—U „ 3 t-24 I a J—'i • 1 1 /■-2(i 1 J t—i'i 

Turkish General in, 3 a 3/ 

, «« Wah.Newb 

I Bull niev. Cliflrles) English Church Serviiiei 



oiheC 



0, S / II / 



II rf 



ItobbeKcs in, fi n 

Ilroftdhurat(lltnrv) un Tliri/l, 4. 
llroudey and Itiekley, Cunsei 
Cemelery for, if 



0/ 



Bruce (Emeat) oo Cli'opalra's Neeille. 27 ( G/' 
Brunei (laambard) Statueuf ouiheThamiw Km- 

batibmenl, 5 ; 7 6 
Brunswick (Duke of) Alauaoluum 



n (l'n>(e<sor}CuniinenioratJi)n of the 2^lli 

I AiinirerKary of his Kli-uLiuu us Fruft'Saor at 

)leidellktrg H iil d 
I Biu-gliiriis i.t Surrey, " i S r 
liiirulory i>l Itixiuil^y, Mr. ainrles Itead's Man. 
lion. 2;; .. 4 .1 

lit linflii<l, Atletnpted Murder at a Polieo 

Offlccp, 12. Cc 
Burial (Jroimds, Offleial Roium of llio Xunilier 
of, li ;■ 1 1 c 

at StKljrlej*. Closing of, 7 » 4 A 

j tjucslion. Notes abiuit 2 ; 4 /— r. ; (1 r — 10 

j 4 e— 20 u 5/-4 ir My-T i 10»-B s 7 e- 12 ■ 
11 t 

Convocai ion on, > 6 a 

K DilemiiiH. ij !• j 

Burlington Fine Arts Club, 2 ;' 10 i/ 
Itursleiii. iin lUiuil xill Worked in. 7 n fi r 
llutler (A. J.) un the l. hrist's Hospital Case, 14 

But; (-) and the Home Kulcr--, K .i 4 <■ 
and ihe Ohaltnctive-, 3 n B r— 7 > n 

thelrirli I'rifs im. ««(!./— Hull/ 

Butter, U.27I) I'm kngva uf, in » Kcftigurattir EX' 

pr,rtcil from New l'<nk. 2 j ii / 
Buxton (U.) on the U>.-n] iinJ Dumb, 27,/ 4 « 

C. 

Cabinet Council M«>tin(:8.2 ; D f—"i ;'9 /"— !);!>9 
~\Zjli/--l'ij:i/-\>ijiit-nj:if--'lj-j/ 
—Buys/— I .. 11/— 3 II.-. /— II qU/— II o'Jf 
— Ha 7./— I.T" a / 

Cabmen of I^iiduu. Ilepurt uf llie Society, 2U i 

Cabum. Mount. ExoavBtions of, 18 j 10 / 
Caird (James) oil iliu \Vli«ii Crop. 1 « f (• 
Calcrafts Iteporl on Itaitiray Ave i< lei its. 2.> iiCd 
Cambrian Ari:hieiilo^i>:Hl Sueiuiy, Annual Si;s- 



:ncva, 24 

BuL'liac (Alex.) Mct^orulojy and the Famine, 8 i 

11 A 
Buekingham ConairvaiiTe Aaaociation Dinner, 8 

« 10/ 
£u(Jciand (Frank) on the Birds' Prescrvalimi 

Buenoa Ayri's, Disastrous FJood at. 4 s 3/ 
piillilios Oocieiiea aiiii Saie ot a CiiiJd's Apnra- 
prJution, II , «/ 



- ,.--:'^c-i4.4/ 

Cougreg.iii. n.. U "J / 

KilEwilUiii UuBPum. 11 s / 

Historicnl Tripus, Sub^^cts ixa. ^xtssSssia^ 

tion, IV «« f 

1/11MI,\V,11»TOTO«.V(W»,'1.'».»V« , ,„ I. 

1 i;auip!i5i-a\.Vvi^«aiitavft,Viati ,,^ 



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PALMEll's INDEX TO ** THE TIMKS '' NEWSPAPBR, 



[Jcly 1 to 



Campbell (Hev. A. J.) on Cliinamcn in Austra- 
lia, \0 s 4 e 

CANADA :— 

-. Anglican Synod Meetinar. 19 s 3 € 

: Mayor of Montreal Refuses Official Protec- 
tion to the Proposed Orange Demonstration 
in, 6j 5 e — 11 ; 5 /' 

■= the Orangemen's Demonstration, 13 j 5 /> 

Meeting of Orangeoien to Denounce the 



Riots, 1670/ 

Rioting in Montreal Uj 7/--lG;5/— 24 

(I 11 c 

Mr. Hackett, the Orangeman Kill«»d to be 



Buried with Full Honours, IG ; o /—17 j of 
Two Orangemon SShot when Following 



the F'unerai Procession of Mr, Ilackctt, l^jbf 

23 7 11 a 

John Sheelan Tried for the Murder of 



Mr. Hackett, (» « 4 « 

the Xri>h Catholic Union Disown any 



Union with the? Rioters, H» j 5 / — 17 ; 5/ 
Canadian Fisheries Commission, 6/4 b — / 

— 18/5 4—10 6 3e— 17 a 7 /"— 1U«3,/ 

•= Cattle, \] aG a 

■= and Sheep, \ s IX c — 27 » 4 /* 

r Indians, 24 a 8 a 

r Meat, 12 «4c 



Canal Boat A^, 15 « 11 /i 

Canals, St^tQ of Shares, set- ercr^ dry^s paper 

-z Cavour or Italian Irrigation. 2+ / 10 c 

•-. Darion. Schemes for, 22 .v 4 d 

n Suez, Corrcsj-onMence alK)ut. 13 / 5 /* 

•r. Increase of the K umber of Watching 

Steamers, 24 / (i a 

>= Official Notice alwut, 25 a 8 e 

Parliamentary Return on the Purchase 



of, 2 a 9/ 

Candahar, KuFgian Conspiracy in, 15 a 6 a 
Cannock and V imblebury Colliery Cojnp^ny, & 

a (If— 31 a 5 f 
Canoe Voyage from America to England — Safe 

Arrival of Capt. and Mrs. Craps, 23 j 8 r 
•! tht< Boat on View at the Alexan<ira I*aLiee, 

30; G 6. 
Canossa Monument, Unveiling of. 20 a 3 d 
Canterbury Cathedral. Kestoraticm, 7/ H e 
•s (Abp. of) on the Holy Crosd Society, 7 

i9e 



at the Meath Protestant Orphan Society, 
4 s 4 /' 

Movenients of, 1 <» /'— 2 a /'— 14 n 1 f 

—\1 a3f-is tf y /• '^\ a IJ—bsHj—li it 8 
/— 15«0/— 20 j»« d 

and Mr. Tooth, on Rituahstic Observances, 



L tter Advifing Special Prayer and Alms- 



giving for th^ War ami Famine, 20 .v 5 e 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :- 
•= Account of the Hoisting of the British Flag 

\^ the Transvaal. 2A / 10 r 
Annexation of the Trans va^d, 2y 5 /'—Gj 5 

Question, :^o ; o /—3\ / 4 c -r4 a 0, c— 7 a 



Petition to the Queen on the AnnexatV>n, 
9 at a c 

- ^tipeal of Dutch ruizvL^i to Public OiunWu 



Cape of Good Hope {rontintieif), 

agaiiist thti Aimexatiou of the Transvaal, 23 
j 10 // 

Arrival of Troops, 13 a t> f 

(governor Barkly's De.-patch on the Trans- 
vaal War, (> ri 4 c* 

Bonier Distuib.inces, 2fi s 3 d 

Bridge Over the White Kei. 13 n G f 

Census of Oriqualand West, L'U <i 1 a 

Coalfields. 4 n (J #— 20 .« 8 b 

Co.ifederation Hill. 25 / 8 c— I a 8 r 

ICarthqnakes in, 14 5 (1 « 

Kx- President Burgers Seeks a Seat in the 

Cape Parliament. 20 7 5 e 

Frontier Defences, 1(5 « 10 /* 

(xriquuland West Anuex.stion Bill, 2^5/ 

—23 7 12 6—13 ^ /— 27 a U i. 

Cf)ii«le to the Transvajd. 2H s \ d 

Improvement and New Works in. 20 s ii / 

International lCxhibition.«c«lxTKKNATioNAL 

Legal i^hanpes. IG a JO /" 

Miscellaneous News. 14 .v (5 « 

Missionaries lA^ave Zulu Land, 7 </ 3 « 

Murd^ of a British Subject in Zulu l^^nd, 

\7 a{)c 

Natal Legislative Council Opened, 2j 5 f 




New Cohmijd Bank, 3 / G / 

University at the CajK?, 25 « 8 c 

-: — Parliamentary Prixreedings, IG ; 7 r — 23; 

12 ?>— 4 a li c— M a 5 c— 31 a 8 c-4 s 6 u-^ 
s 10/ 
— Protest of I he Ex-Presidpnt of the Trans- 
vaal against Annexation, 7/7 e — 20 / i) y— jJu 
>8r 

Railways, 8 s 10/ 

— ^ — Sale of Diamonds to Mr. Flower. 27.; 4 f 

Sccoeolne Pays the War Ir.dcfinuity, 7 « 3e 

South African Bill, Note about. 7 u G d 

Sjjccinl Mission to the (^ol<»ny, 24 « G </ 

(ieneral Strickland's Survey, IG a 10/ 

War News. UJ G a 

Zulus and Natal, J) a 4 '' 

Cape Copper Mining Companj', 12 j 7 d 

Capel V Mons.) op the Anj^'lican Ritualists^ G aAe 

Capital and Labour, 2\) s G / 

Carfrae (James A.) on the Alpine Accident, 12 

s G f 
Carnarvon (Earl of i at Nottingham. 28 « 8 /* 
Carnarvonshire Quarter Sessions, N<?w Chairman, 

13tf9/ 
Caris, the Brave Belgian, 7 a 3 e 
Carpet Trade, 2'J s7 b 
Carrier Tigeons and the Fisheries. 29 a 4 rf 
Carter (Canj>n) on the Freedom of Coufesf«ion in 

tlie Church of England, 29 « 3 e 
Case of Carolitie Carter, 10 a of 
Casella (L. P.) Deep Sea Thermometer, 28 a 9 « 
Ca8«on (J. H.'. the Red Crescent, ;;o a 10 / 
Cataldi (A. T.> his l^escendent and il^j Caxtoa 

Exhibition, 25 n G c — 27 « 9 e 
Catalpa m Fullflow^jr, 22 a 8 6 
Catholic Onler. 28 a 7/ 
Civls a\ \\\vi \N *iA\. Yitvv\— '^vA, Qsi Boa.rd Wogetf & 



Sept. 3 , ISTT J PALMKu's in:>kx to " tiik timks " NK\rdPArKR. 



Chi 



Cattle {ronfimted). 

Sale of the Prince of Wales's S<iutli Downs, 

]0«De 

' of Shorthorns, 25 a </ 

at GacdeMby, 20 « « h 



of tlit> Snndrin^ham Shorthorns, ]() a 6/ 

of Lord Sudeley's Shorthorns, 28 * 4 e 

— State of the Market, ste every ilnt/'s paper 

— Disease, Mew Species Breaks Oat near 
SheffieW, 11 i 9/ 

— Plague in Russian Poland, 2a ah f 
in Ben then. 24 / <J a 

in Cumberland, Official Ueport, Oj 4 e 

in London, 17.; 8 c 

Parlianjentary Committee of Enquiry on, 

2O7 11 />— 1 a 6/- Huod 

Privy Council Orders about, 11) / 11 /— 



26 j 8 c— 1 a 5 /— 8 a 8 d—lo a 6 c— 17 a^ b 
—22 a7e— 2J) ao / 

Summary of the Select Committee of 

Parliament on, 20 j 11 / 

and Horses from Canada, 2/4/ 



Caiulfield (F. W.) on Life Buoys, 27 a ]\ a 
Caution against Isabella Burt, a Letter Writer, 

laf) a 
Cave (Stephen^ on Foreign Policy, 6 / 8 c 
CaviU CF.) Proposed Swunmiug Feat Round the 

Isle of Wight. 8 « 1 1 c 
Caxton Exhibition. 2 ; 4 b—7j 6 rf— 10; 8 n--26 

j 4 «— 6 u 8 c— 24 a'6f 

Account of, as Arranged by Mr. Blades, 7 

Bibles in, 2 a 4 e 

and Cattildi. the Early Printer, 25 a 6 « 

Closing of, 3 9 10/ 

Mr. Gladstone's Speech, 2J7c 

and the Hidden Coverdales, 27 a 8 6 

Issue of Catalogue, 21 o 4/ 

Notes about. 2.S a 5 /'— 2D a 6 b—d si f 

Opening Festival. 2 j 7 c 

the Secretary's Apology, 31 a & 

Centenarian — Mrs. Burr of Meldreth, 7 & i b 

Mrs. Eunice Bagrtter of Windsor, 24 a 1 a 

-— Capt. Builer, « ** 10 / 

Mrs. Hutton. of Manchester. 27 « 1 1 a 

a NegrcKS, at Cairo, Aged lOtJ Years, 7 aZd 

Central Argentine Land Company, 18 > (>/ 

Asia, Note about, 30/9/ 

■ Notice about, y (/ 5 « 

Ceylon, the Bp. of Colombo and the Church 

Missionary So(.'iety. 27 j 6 e 

New Chief Jubticc, 31 7 8 c 

Pearl Fisheries, 24 a 4 e 

Progress of, the Governor's Speech. 19 « 10 e 

Chancellor (Herbert) on the Age of Earl UusscU, 

18 « 5 u 
Chancery and Fetter Lanes Improvements, 13 a 

11 b 
CHANGE OF SVBNAME : — 

- Bird, James Henry Cotton, to he " Bird*- 
Mortimer," 24 a W' 

- — Cox, Wm. Ashley and Bessie, to be " Cox- 
Hippisley," '27 s 1 /, 

CuJrtfnreJJ, Fanny Mary Elizaheth, ta be 

"Leeaon," 7s I A 
. — Featherston, Wm, Geo,^ to i>,e " t)Uke," U 



Change of Surname (rontinued). 

Grant, W m., to be •• Kobertson-Grant, 18 

s 1 // 
Hamilton, F. Arthur Wolfe, to be " Gell," 

Vis 1 // 

Hogsflesh, John Elder, to be " J.E. Herbert, 



»• 



18 « 1 /^ 

— Levy, James, to be " Lewis." 7 j \ b 

Neale, John Wm., to bo '* J. W. Neve," 25 



sib 

— Nicholl-Carne. John Whitlock and Mary 
Salisbury, to be *• Stradling-C^arne. 4 .* 1 6 

— Stileman, Leonard Gibbard, to bo "Gibbard," 



bslb 

Temple, Chas., to be ** Tcmple-Lynes," 28 



a 1 h 

Thomas. John J as., to be " Edney," 27 s\ b 

Watts, Phdip Henry, to be **Fo well- Watts, * 

9 a 1 /* 

Williams, Samuel, to be " Makepeace," 2\) 

a 1 b 
Chambord (Comte de"^ in Switzerland, 24 « 4 « 
Channel Swinmier— Fred. Cavill, 8 a 8 c— 21 a 9 

/— 22 a lOy— 23 n 7 f 
Chapel lioyal, Savoy, Closing of, for Repairs, 23 

a 8 c— 12 s 10 < 

St. James's, 15 « 8 a 

Whitehall, Preachers for the Month. I a 10/ 

Charges and Counter Charges by Midhat Pasha, 

14/ 10 c 
Charing Cross Hospital, Appeal for a Wood 

Pavement, 26/ 12 c— 30 j 9/— 2 ahf 

Hotel, Meeting of the Company, 14 a 5 c 

Charity and Population, 23^' 10 a 

and Schism, 7 s 7 e 

Organization Society's Report on Italian 

Children, 17 7 8 c— 20/ 11 b 
Voting Reform Association, Annual Meeting, 

5il\d 
Charterhouse, Award of Scholarships, 1 a 11 a 

New Registrar, 21 s 7 d 

Chatfield (Capt.) on the Shah and Hauscar^ 8 a 

10 c 

Chatterton (T. B.) and Mr. Mapleson on the 

lient of Drury Lane Theatre, 28 a 5 a 
Cheap Ward Election, see Aldkumanic Gown 
Cheese Show at Fronic, 29 « 6 c 
Chelsea Liberal Association, Sir Chas. Dilke at, 

bs\{)d 
Cheyne (Commander John P.) on Christ's Hos- 

pit'il, 16; 6 c 
Lecture at the Royal Aquarium on the 

Arctic Exploration, 21 « 8 & 
Child (^Gilbert W.) Sanitary Administration, 10 

n 4 /— 23 rt 7 /• 
Children's Flower Showa, 12^ 10 e 
CHINA:— 
— Arsenals of Foochow and Shanghai Closed 

for Funds, 13^ 6 c 

(/apture of Turf an, 1 « 4 & 

Coiilerence ol tTVi\<i»X»»x» ^\^«tfstiaxvss»., ^5^ 

S\\ivug,\\a\, 'A «i ^ b 

Co\vs\xV«.t ^exM\cfe,^\ o.*^ V> 

Cuatotws \\c\.vxTTv*, V s ^.^^^^^^^^ vcv.V » ^ 

niftSv:u\u^^ ol ^^^^^^t^^fi -S - 1. d. ^ 



Chi 



PALUEli S INDEX 



'* TUB 



NEWSPAPER. 



[July 



«China (roiUinued). 

Famine in Lin Kin, 1 s 

in. 18J11 /'—SaSb 



ih 



— Fighting in Japan, 19 5 5 e 

— First Telegraph Erected in Chilhli, 24 a 6 6 
— 1 •* A a 

— Four New Ports Formally Inaugurated, 3 
aSb 

— Heary Gale in. 1 « 4 6 

— the Imperial Edict ngainst Opium, 31 a 8 5 

— Invasion of AuHtralia, 27 a 8 c 

— the Lcxin Tax, 5/5/ 

— the Corcha Mandarin Discovered, 24 a 6 6 

— New Loan, 1 « 4 ^ 

— Opium iSmoking Forbidden in, 28 a 5 </— 29 
a 7/* 



Proposed Abolition of Inland Tolls, &c., 12 

; 5 « 

Queen Victoria's Birthday Celebrated at 

Hong Kong, 13 i 5 c 

■ Kailvays, 1 « 4 c 

Typhoon at Yokohama. 19 » 5 e 

^-— Woosung Railway to be Closed, 11 a 6 e — 

Usl f 
Chinamen in Australia, 5 j? 7 b — 10 sic 

in Queensland, 31 j 8 e 

Chinese in Queensland, 24 s 7/ 

— Ambassador, Movements of, 25 a 9 J — 31 a 
Tf—o s6d 

— Visits Hansomcs' Establishment at Ips- 
wich, 3 i' 9/ 

Gunboats, 3 ct 1 1 6 

Newspapers, 31 .;* 8 c 

Chiswick, Duke of Devonshire's First Garden 

Party at, 5 j 10 c—l lj9 f 
Cholera on Board the Carreze^ SI a 7 f 
Chorley & Go's Defence of Mr. Hume, 13 9 9/ 
Christ's Hospital, Speech Day. 9 ; 8 a 

Not to ba Observed this Year, 14 ill/ 

Election to, at Newbury, 14 a 9/ 

at St. Luke's for the Gibbs Vacancy, 17 

a 10 a 

— Letters on the Suicide of a Little Pupil— 
Wm. Arthur Gibbs, 12 ? 6 « & f—\Sj 8 d—H 
j 12 />— 16 i 6 c— 9 a 6 c— 15 aSe 

— : — the Father's Explanation, 18 n 12 a 
Meeting of "Old Blues" at Kennen's 

Hotel in Defence of the School, 23 7 7 d 
Opening of the Special Commission of 

Inquiry into the Cause of the Suicide of a 

Little Scholar, 17 j He 
^— Report of the Commissioners Appointed to 

Inquire into the Discipline of the School which 

Led to the Suicide of the Boy Gibbs, 1 1 a 8 a 

St. Matthew's Day Service, 22 s 6/ 

Christian (Lord Justice) and Lord Blackburn, 3 

aSe 
Christie (W, H. M.) on the Eclipse, 25 a 10 e 

on the Planet Mars, 6 « 9 e 

Christmas Time Hampers of Last Year, 4 < 4 ^ 

Chromolithography, 29 « 4 & 

Church Association Memorial to tl\e Abp, of 

Canterbury and his Reply, ISJ 4 6 

MeetiDgs of, 7 j7 /— 21 / ^3 c 

A/eworJaJ to the Queen, 15 a 8 c 



— Congreaa at Croydon, 26' jf 5 «— 29 s 6 ^ 
- Meeting ap Cro/dpn, 23 j \0^ 






("hurch Congress of the Subjects Committee, 21 

in J 

Note abo t, 29 « 1 1 d 

in Danger, Note about, 27.; 8 d 

of England in Austmlia. "naif 

Young Men's Society, Conferenoe at ths 



Mansion House. 10 7 10 c 

Working Men's Society and Ritualism, 6 



a 4e 



League for Dis-establishment of the Church 

from the State, Meeting of, at Freemasons* 
Hall, 5 ; 10 a 
Circassian and Turkish Villages, 3 a 8 a 
City Flower Show in Finsbury Circus, i I 7 1 1 A 

Guilds, Return of Honorary Members in 

Resristration, 8 a 5 « 

Improvements, 27 a fi /" 

Liberal Club (New) in Walbrook, 22 a 6c 

of London College for Ladies, 27 i Id 

and their Irish Estates, 25 a 8 c 

Income and Expenditure, 6 « 8 6 

School, Annual Prize Day, 30 j 4 e 

Offices Company, 13 5 5 d 

Report, 10«7ci— 18«7 5 



\ 



Property, Increase in Value of a House in 

Lombard Street, 27 o 9 « 

Road Burglary, 22 « 10./ 

Warehouses. Value of, 10 a 9/ 

Civil Custom— the Fruiterers' Company Pre- 
sentation to the Lord Mayor, 24 « 7 / 

Expenditure, 22 a 7 </ 

•IVIL ACTIONS :— 

Agar u. Alhambra Company, 2^* 11 6 

re Antonelli— Countess Lambertini's Claim, 

6 ; 5 e—Vlj 5 <— 13 ; 4 /— 19^ 6 d—^\j b d- 
27 7 5 d-^l a 4 e--8 a b c— II a 5 </— 17 a 3 c 
—22 a 4 d 

— Armytage v. Hutchinson, 11 a lie 

Ashbee i\ Appleby 21 ; 13 «— 9 alia 

Attorney-General v. Chariton and others^ 

2; 11 6 

w. Mouss, 17/11^ 

Bagnall v, Carlton, 3 J 11 rf--9 a 10/ 

re Bainbridge, 1 8 j 11 d 

Barber r. Mayor and Corporation of T^eiceft- 

ter, 19J11/ 
— - Bay lis i\ Amhurst, 10 j \\ d 

— Bennett v. Hanley, 9 ; 11/ 

Beauchamp, Earl, v. Skinner, 4 a 11 0—7 a 

9 ci— 8 a 12 a 

Bolla V. Tcape, 14^ 13 c 

Bouffler v. Vestry of St. Mary, Islington, 1 

a 11 /' 
— — Bouillancy r. Peren, SIJO d 

— Branch v. Galloway. 1 1 o 1 1 /* 

Breakfield i\ Breakfield and others. lAjlZd 

British liynamire Company v. Krebs, 27 J 

n b 

re Brocklebank, 3 a 10 e 

—* — re Buckfastleigh and Totness Railway, 2 J 
11 b 

^ — Caledonian Railway r. North British Rail- 
way, 12 ; 11 <?— IS j 11 e 

€x parte Charlton — re Charlton, 6j 11 d 

CV\v;e%ft V. l^vt»yn% 5 J 11 c — 21 j 11 e 



Actiona (i-onlinaed). 

re I'unipreiiwi] 'J'ea Company, 28 ; ] I d 

CongrMve c. Woodlej, 2J 11 u— 11 ;' 11 c— 

Cm««U and others u. Wvlrond. I'Jj 1 1 il 
Cowintc ami HUuther v. ISucn-Ury u'. Slute 
Wur. a>ll rf 

Covper V. De Morgan, 1) ;' 1 1 d 
Cr&i-knall u. Janioii. 1U> 11 u 
Crowe n, BuTDicot, llj U c 
Cannington v. Malta, 17 / 12 a 
Tt Daily Express Kewapaper Cunipan}', 30 
-it 

Davenport r. Ridadme, 14 > 12 a 
xDBTid JulU, t>u 12 a 
Daviei and another i'. Felix and others, 6 a 
f 

Dawkins d. Loni Tanrbjn, 19 j 1 1 b 
DawBon v. Bank of VVIiilebavca, 27 j 11 1, 
DeBuSHihe v. Alt, 2j 11 b 
I>cHart v.Rowe.6j 11/ 
DeUav v. lUraucl, ijVtd 
Dence v. Mason, 9 a 1 1 a 
]}e Pass t>. Dunbar, 11 i 11 e 
Deiforges r. Hibbert, 30> II c 
Duke of Devonshire v. liichardaon and 
en, 30 ; n d 

Uickeni v. Royal Aquarium, 3 n 10 s 
n Direct Soi'ply Aasociation, 26 j 1 1 d 
Direr e. Cavill. 21> Vi f 
DUon u. Breariey, M j II c 
■■ e. Browning, 8 o 10 f 
Doolan tr. Midland Uailway, SOj 10 > 
Dubois D. Gordon, C <i 8 /* 
Duffin and Indemanr v. Guaeotte, 6/ 11 « 
East London Kailway i', London, Brighton 
1 Soulh Coast Kaitvay. 3j 11 / 
Ede 17. Vyse, 7 a 9 rf 
Edireu- Bentley. 17jlOa 
Edgely i>. Pahner, 80j 11 c 
E<lkiiia tr. LiUy, Sail/' 
I:^,;ood V. Oienford. 4 a 1 1 c 
Emery v Midland Kailway, 6 n 9 rf 
Englrfleld Colliery Company, 30> 10 e 
Eskem Slalc and Slab Quarries Company 
X parlt Clnrk and Uelden, 9/118 
Evaiig and otbcrs r. IJullotk auil others, 30 

- D. Moss, 28 ) 10 d 
Eyrei^, Franklin, 2; U e 
Flint V. De Morgan, 9/11 t 
Flower c. Lloyn, 12j llrf 
Fowler 0. Powell, 24 / 11 c 

Tt Forest of Dean Coal Mining Company, 

1 12 a 

« Poster. 12j"nc 

Friend v. London, Chatham and Dover 

ilway, 12jlld 

Gardiner P. Palmer, 19? 11 d— 20; lid 

G(«nao V. Edmunds, 14> 3 e 

German v. Chapman, 6 j lid 

Gibbons D. Itidpalh, 7 « 10 a 

Gilbert u. Endean. 17>ll/ 

rs Graves, 1 a^d 

- Disputed QDardian.«Iiip. SjB e— ii / 11 a 
il /—I2>li/ 

rGreara, 17 a 10 a 



riiiiwoo4 r. llHrrL'K 9/ Tl if 

iiiidsr. Greitt Wusferii HiiilwHy. 11 « II J 

nnl^ r. Kk-knrds mi4 anolliiT, 3Uj II e 

llarrtnr and liiL-kiuaniworlb Itailway, 14 



i-ay, : 



/ll . 



u II d- 



Ut^Lky & Co. 1 

Herbert r.HuKlies 

Uesay r. Baird. Sine 

M piirl* Hill— « lIobertB, 9 / 1 1 t 

— Hopkinsvn and oihers v. Great Norlhera 

Kailway, Halls 

Hoskins r. Uuibcler, S8 « 10 a 

HoJtgen r. Berry and another, 19j 11 d 

HuiUon aad others v. Tooth, 7 ii U J 

Uume !■. MarahHll, 2 o U c— 8 u 11 a- 4 o 

Hunt V Drake's Patent Conuiele Company, 

5 /lie 

V. City of London Beal Properly Com- 
pany, 14/ Ifts- l)i/ 11a— 19> II d— 20/ lid 
— 23/11/.— «4j1l rf— 8al2i 

« Intemationnl Patent Pulp and Fapet 

Cooipany — Knowle's Mortgage, Sj 11 d 

re Investors' Tniat, 14 s 12 a 

Jacobs V. De Morgan, 4 < 18 d-7 * 10 a 

Jay V. Lord LovclaL-e, 16/ 11 a 

Jones V. Veitry of St. Marylebone, ij 13 • 

re Joseph— M Cooper, 8 a 10 s 

Lazarua v. Jiimea, 1 a II y 

— ^Levy 0. Soloinon. 'ibj II c 

Lindsay v. Abbott, 5 / 11 / 

Lewis, Lord. (>.Bamett,8al2a—9aIl a 

Lloyd V. Lloyd, 27 j U o 

n Loewe, 1ft a G « 

London v. Kothay, 8) 11 «■ 

Brighton and South Coast Railway u. 

Exst Loudon Railway, 3/11 e 

and Bouih Wuaiom Rfljlway v. Staines, 6 

Lowe «. Walters. 25 / 1 [ /■ 

Luckratt u. Pridham. 19/116 

Lund i>. llKvnolds, 2o / 11 / 

Macdougali v. Copeslake, 17 j 11/— 19/ 

He 
- Mace V. London and North Western Rad- 



way. 



u It s 



Mana, Viscount, t-. San Paulo Bulway, 31 

>** 
Tt Manchester Real Ice Skating lUnk Cotn- 

pany, 4 tt 11 c — 9 a 1 1 n 

Mnppin v. Mappin, 7 a9 rf 

Menier v. De Fourton, 9 a S « 

re Maria Anna and Steinbank Coal and 

Coke Company, 12> 11 c 
Marquis of Li»)dondcrry v. Rboiwydol 

Lead Milling Company, 3 a 11 s 
Manh v.'NWto'fc,^ »■* a 

\ludun I!. GWitiow a^\ iVCvktv 
lit U\«nivi4\i 



. tcas^'i-'^ V 



^a. 



Cl7 



PAf.a:KK'3 INDKX TO " TJIK TlHtV.S NK\V9I»APKfl. 



[.Taly I«o 



Civil Actions O'^^'i'^fi^'^'h' 

Mjijo)- ;iml AIvltriiiv'H of lAsmiin^ton r. Old- 

ham. 2\) j I ) r 

II'. ?iU'inl 'I'uhe runipany, 'It^ / 1 1 « 

»r Miii-.hoUV, '.\ II lu (• 

M(K't e*. Pic Scoring. -4 / II J 

Note about. 1« ; 1 1 e 

MorreJl r. Cowan .S / 1 1 r/ 

Miirrimer v. l^rleof Wi Jit Uailway, 7/ 10/* 

Moiheraill t\ Slv, 24 j 1 1 / 

Muliiner t*. Florence, tJ a 1 1 e 

Munstone v. London and Norrh Western 

ItailwHv, ;^ a 1 1 « 

MyoM r. Defrios, 10/11 a— 23 / 11 5 

Naiional and Trovi icial Plate (il kss IiiBur- 

ance Company t*. rrudciriiul Inbumnce Com- 
pany, 17> II /■ 

^el8on V. Dabl 24 « \2 a 

Newby v, t^harpe, li ; 11 d 

Kitro-riiosphate and Odame 



Chvmical 
Manure Company r. London and 8t. Katharine 
Docks Company, 24 j \\ d 

Ochae u. Wood. 2\ij 1 1 «!— 3 « 10 /* 

^— Oppenheinier v. British and Foreign Ex- 
change and Investment Haiik, '6\ jM c 

J 'age t'. Moore, G « i) (/ 

— ' Paris Skating Rink Company ». Baron 
Monson, Uj 13 c— 28 ; 11 d 

' I'arker v. Denabry Main Colliery Company, 

1» a 11/ 

r. Reeve, 21 « 12 a 



— Parry v, Leeuw, l> ; 1 1 / 

— I'aterson v. Solomon and Angus 26 5 3 c/ 

— Phillips V. Louubourne and oihers, 23/11 c 
--2«.; 11 eSOj \0/—2 o 11 a 

— re Phosphate Sewage Company, 21 j" 18/— 
Ga 8./— y a 11 a 

— Pilkington v. Baker, 1 a 1 1 c 

— re Pinto Silver Mining Company, 2 a 11 a 

— re Price's Estate, 2 o Ho 

— l*row8e V. Spurway and Bowley, G n 8 / 

— Pulbrook V. New Civil Service Co-Operation 
Co., I a 11 e 

— ex parte Pym-Yeatman, 10 i 11 d 

— Quayle v. Spedding, 2/11 b 

— Queen v. County of Middlesex, 16/11 h 
V. Draper. 25 j 1 1 d 

V. Mitcht'U and others, 20 j \l d 

V. Staunton and others, 3 a 10 /' 

V. Wallace and others, 31 ^' *J d — 8 « 11 e 



— Reading v. Parsonage, 4 n He 

— Reed i;. Madeira and Mamore Railway, 1 a 
He 

— Rees V. Loder, 2 a 1 1 cf 

— Regina r. Adams, Salle 
V. Bennett, IG ; 11 e 

V. Brown and Wife, 3 a 11 a 

V. Clarke, 2/11/' 

V. Fairclolh. 18 ; 11/ 

V. Firth and another, 6 a 9/ 

V. Gregson, 2/11/ 

V, Holbrook, G j 11 « 

u. Mappin, 8 a 11 e 

V. M "Govern, 6 a 9/ 

— /•. M'irvjne. 2 ft 11 d 

— /♦. Morris, o / 11 e—J9;ll e 

— r, yoLin, 8 a 11 /' 



\ 



Oivil Actions (''nfifiuueU). 

IJegina /•. i*rico. 8 w 11 A' 

^ 'J bomas. 10 n 11/ 



r 

r. Wel^h. 28 7 1 1 ./ 

V. Whiiehea<l. 18/11 r. 

i\ WiUon and Wife. 



31 / J> e 



H 



Ueynulds r. North Western Railway, 24/ 



— fx porte Reya -re Salinirer. 20/ II c 

— RiclwudfcoaV. London and Bright on iiailwray, 
7; 12 / 

— Richards r. Lushinjrton. 23? 1 1 ^^ ^ 

— R4)lKTts and anocher v. Gichard, 6/ 11 e 

— Robinson v. Bruin. 30 / 5/ 

— Roth wf 11 r. C-omniw8ijn*?rs of Baths and 
Washhounes of St. Pancr. s, 2 J 11 6 

— Same r. Queen. 2 j 1 1 // 

— ex p,irte Schofield— rp Finh. 27 H 1 ^ 

— Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Uailway r. Lon- 
don, Chatham and Dover lij«ilway. \2jlid 

— re Severn Valley Railway, 14 if 12 a 

— Shepheard K Heeiham, 4 ? 13 c/ 

— Shepherd and others v, Kottgcn and others, 
14/ 18 rf 

— Sherreff r. Hastings, 27 / 1 1 r 

— Shrosbery r. Osmaston. G « 9 e 
Smith V. Midlmd Railway and Lancaiiliire 



and Yorkshire Railway, 27/116 
r. Strickland, 11 « 11 /* 



— re Solitiiors A. and B.. 8 o 12 ^ 

— re South of Fnmtv Pottery Work Syndicate, 
2a 11 a 

— re Stipendiary Magistrate of Leeds, 3/ II * 

— Stocks V. Great Nor. hem and Sheffield 



Railway, 6 r/ 0/ 

— Stone V. Gibbins, 25 j M d 

— Strahan & Co. v. King. 24/11 c 

— re Surrey Masonic Hall Company, 21 « 12 a 

— n Tecoma Silver Mining Company, 28/ 1 1 « 

— ex parte Tennant — re Howard, 13 / H e 

— Thomas v. Price, 2 a 1 1 a 

V. Young. 9 a 11 e 

— Thompson v. Bennett, 23 / 11 & 

— Thorley i*. Massam and others. 2/11 c 

— Toomer and others v, London, Chatluun 
and Dover Railway, 2/ 11 c 

— ex parte Rev. A. Tooth, 13/11/ 

— Trenaman v. Kenner, 7 .? 10 a 
Trevena v. Watts and another, 2^' 11 6 



Twinberrow v. Braid, 5 j 11 c 

Vanner v. De Rutzen, 23/ H d 

- Vickery v\ Bucknell, 27 / 11 a 

re Wallington Iron and Coal Company, 9 J 

11 a 

Ward V. Hewitt, 28 / 11 e 

Warwick and Birnifnghara and Warwick 

Napton Canal Companies v, Btrminjrhain 
Canal Company and others, H / 1 1 U 

- — Watson V. Stewart, 24 i 1 1 / 

: e Wedgwood Coal and Iron Company, 8 a 

12 a 

Weiss V. Mitchell, 16 / 11 rf 

Weldon v. Dicks, 20 / 11 c— 2 alia 

We»t Cumberland Iron aud Steel Company 

— — V. V\\T\YVN"V>\\. \^^ 3 ^^ *^ 



W v2fe\v:«^VV >Jii:wvi \\\\\ V . V vv%*\wsit^^ v:>\ \\ t. 



:^cj 




Willin.ui' •: Guniiin. H t IJ c 

e. IliiTlia*nj-, 31/ 1 1 d 

'■ — V. ]LiXKvtt. » ri 12 b 

P. Williams. '.'> 1 1 e 

Willis c. Uiiinrroft. I n II e 

Wil«in f. C.iulon. y /II J 

c. IMrliiiK'iiii, 11 )■ 1 1 c— 10 / 1 1 <i 

i: Ho-lfann. i;+;'u d 

re Wiliiun. a I.Hmilic, SI / 1 1 i( 

Wood V. Hrown. 2+ / 1 1 / 

V. MnlliiiiH. 14 t li 1 

WuiHls r. Myera. 'i i U f 

re Wye Vnllcy lUilwiiv I1U1, 7*10" 

CiTil Emp|[>vni«nt for Soliion. 18 / He/— H 

LJM PenBicms. 21 i 11^—7 it 9/. 

Shtii^ Apimiiitmenta, see OFflCUL 



~ Or«ti( 



9, Ucnlli of sDetcend- 

]wn for Scotland, 9 a 



dementi (Chnrles) m 



— 27«4«— -'7ni>/-31 



, c—G i 10 6—13 I 



DiielniinerB— Rur. It. Miir>li WRtsun, ij 1 

/■-3 ) 1 1 <■ 
TullTHtioe — The Vlonr of Taunton mid ili 

First JlHycr. 12 j I!/ 
CWkenwKil, thf rrinueat louise at the Flowei 

J-howiii. 17 J 7e 
Cliffurd (W.) on Sli-nm Lniirtlips, .1 « 12 6 
Cliltun Collct'e. Ihelribuliun of l-ri^ne, laid 
Climate of tlie Lower DBiiuhc, 1 » 7 /'— 'i » S J 
Clinton (Lonl) and the IMeutivea. '■•■> n 1(1/ 
iLord Chnrles rtllmnil nml Lurd Thotiiai 

P. Ctinton and the Deteviivc C4Uie, 28 ii V6 b 
CliMold Park. 13 n 9 /' 
Cluck Tower at Newinglon Butts, IS » 11 rf 
Club Dinners. 4 « 7 / 
Clutlerbuck (J. C.) London Water Supply, 28 a 

If 
Cuu^h Travelling in Srotlnnd. ;i i 4 rf 
Coadjutor Komsn Catholic ArLliblsIiop, Contc- 

cratioiiof, 27j86 
Caai, Stale of tlw Market, in cro-^ dut/'s p<ipei 



1 1'ort <.f r.ondun. 



.Mines Itiyulatiiin Act. 5; 11/ 
— l'r«iim-iiuni.f. 10./ 4./ 

Trade of Siiuth Suiffordthlre. IBaoe— 23 a 

7./-1.6/— Hi<i(!y 

Colxlen, Inaugiirulicin iif tlio Statue of at Brad- 
ford. 2H J 7 & 

Club, Annual Dinner nt Greenwich, S.lj Cc 

— — -— Meetini;, 'Jj S d 

Mr. Tildeil Aceepts the Honorary Menl- 



Cobliai 



Common. Proposed Endofure of, 1 



Coi'oa, State of Trsile in, i-e Proi>i.ce 
Coffee, Statu of the Market in, ate 

Markbt 
Halls. Lord Chancellor Opens ii 

Nutting IIIIL y 



- Tai 



IS for Pol 



™ili, 2 



n 12e 



Rivera Pollution, 20 n 9 j 
ciL'k and Latin In:eiiti;iuii 

on; 4, -7/ 
Noles about, 15 « 10 f— 19 t C '.—22 tia- 

25 * 7 A— 25 < 8 /.— 27 s (1 /* 
Site for. IM n 7 A— 2U u 9 4—27 a 8 ft— 2d a 

S/-31 nfl /■— 7.BA 
Suuuci'sful Launch of at Alexandra, ZX ai 

c— B«ij6_i.->. 10« 
on in Way to England, 13 » 10 tf— 22 i 5 / 

Clergy Mutual Assurance Sui:iety, General 
Mcvting. 7 I 10 'I 

Oriilmn Cornuration, Donation to. :»> 1 1 U 

Clerieal Appoinmienls, 6> 111 ./— I'J / HI/— 18 ; 



Cohen (Kev. .luniM) on rhri-fa Hcwpiial. 1.1 /fi d 
Coins. Price Sale List of n Valuublu Collection 

of Itritisli .Mu-euni 1>n|ilicatts, 17> 10 /> 
Cotnni (John) Not on Board Wages, 14 14 <- 
Colenso (Itp.) Ki'plv to an Addreeaon his Ilcli)!!- 



iB Sent in 
College for Schoulmbilre 

» /■ 

C 'lliera' Wage* and Coal, 4 ; 
l.'olonihin, Civil War in, *j 6 
Shipping lU'uulation, 3 1 






olonial Appoin 
/■— 21.IH16-2 


"iTc- 


i) 1 


j_7,Hl6-18,-7 
7/-li«Uc-22r( 


7 e-an " ."> /■- 


8 « 8 e— 20 


O' 


— Kortifie I'tio 


s. 31 / 


*/■ 






Sceur 


Ilea, 


State of SIuruB, .'.i 


tv'S d^fji > !-'p 








— iloniiiira. 8 


Uf 






— and Indian 


Mnseu 




Ihe ■nn..m-. Km- 


biinknient, i.\-\ 


lun Vo 


eT 


v.;ird Ihcir .Sejlioii, 


Iti ) 9 e 








— Office and Sir. Wo 


d, 2 


n3<f 


— Offidaldri 


■r«, U 


10 




— PpHluce M. 


rket. 7 


jl:l 


i_14 J86-2I /I2 


e— 2Hj lit (1—4 


.1 7 1- 


11 


Ii u-lS«7A-fS 


n r /—I « 7 u- 


Salb 


-Ii 


. 7 a-22 :. 7 /-2a 


jloin-l.) ISeellc. 


Drawi 


13 


in the South Ken- 


Binirion .\!uwn 




8/- 




— Canadian (inicialN 




nboul. 2j 6 f 


— CiTlain Mo 


.■of 1) 




vine. 23 a 10 e 


— Disoua.'iiani 


11 at th 


York Chamber of Com- 



Sp..ei 



13 of. 3 



I "f in all its Stage* In the " Live 
1," 20 ,G/ 

n Death^hcad Moth Sent ■« 



Modfla of it in its Variniii StaRea Hade 
by Order of (icrman G.ivurnmenl, 23 ; 9 / 

Mr.Murray on, ,'. j 1 e 

Kew Act about, \{i a 7 f 



-Vt.' 






Col 



PAUtRR'8 litOK\ TO " THE TiBlfiS " NEWSrAPKR. 



[July II 



l^olorndo Beetle, Scare, 1 a 10 a—Q a if 

Vitality of, 1 n ts f 

' ne4ur Ci>lognc and Means Used to Extenni- 

nate. 7 j 7 d 
Forty Dijicoverwl at Mulbeim, 30 j 5 e— 9 a 

3 6—3 s (• // 

• One Found in Dublin Quay, 12 ; o / 

■ Found in the Kdinl)urji:n Mail Bags, b s io f 

in Germany. 1 7i 5 r — 25 ilia 

in Liverpool. 10 ^i 7 f—\Z a 10 d 

' One Found in soineTimber at Putney, 1 7 « 

»./ 
in Ontario. 2 ? 5 /' 

in Snxony, M aii d 

Colquhoun {V.) on O-trnHn Paslia. 2\ s G e 

on (irefk Pronound nion, IG a 3 c 

Commercial (Foreign) Intelligence, in every days 

pnjttr 
(^ommons Prrservntion Society, 26 ; 12 r 
Companies, Miscellaneous, Slate of Shares in, 

in every day' a poorer 
Companion of Kmist. fp" Cataldi 
( ompanions o" Fnut, 2 ' « 9 * — 1 « S & 
Coniritoclc Lode and ihe Sutro Tunnel, 21 « G a 
Condenstnl Meat. 21 s 7/ 
Conterent'e of Librnrjans, 20 » 8 </— 29 s G/ 

at the L(mdon Institution, 23 j 4 d 

Confc8>ion, Bp. of Manchester on. 4 .v 9 c 
Confessional, Noti s on. 21> o 3 e — 31 <i 8 /* 

r.Hy Memorial to the Clergy of the Society 

of the Holy Cross on the Accusations made 
ngainst it, 31 a 8 /* 

Confusion ^oij^e Confounded, 2\ s W f 
Congress of *• Americanists.** 19 » 4 7* 
Coiiinjrsbr (Lord) •• Manor of Marden, 21 7 ,5 a 
Connolly (ThoUias; on Labour in America, ^3 a 

Conscience Money. 9 ; 9 /'— UJ / 9 c— 18 / A— 
19 ;■ 8 </-2l) / 9 /— 23 ; 9 /— 24 / 8 d—2G ; 9 / 
—28 ;• 9 /•— 2 a 9 /—t n I'f—^ o 9 /— 9 a 9 /*- 
1 1 a 9 /— T3 n 9 e—\G n 9 C— 29 a f» /— 22 a 9 
//— 24 a 9 e— 27 o //— 3 s 7 /— * 9 /— 1 1 s 7 
<»— 12 5 IM— 18 s G /—!•»* 7 ft— 20 d :> e— 22 a- 
7 f-'2G ft 7 /•— 28 .V (• I/— 29 s7 f 

Conscientious Magistrate, 2'» / 8 c 

t'onserVatoires. 18 r/ 8 r 

Consett Iron Company. 21 n .'1 /' 

Conspirinj^ against 'Irnh 4 </ 11 n 

Constant inc Ivanaris, K|>i:aph of.22*r»/— 27«4r 

Conten)|nrrnry Journals Insinuation on Our 
Forsign New>. 10 a 9 /' 

Continental HoteN. Note about, 22 a 9/ 

News, MiscellrtJieous, in ecery dav^s paper 

> Post Officios. Mote about. 27 « 4 6 

Contraband of War, 19 / 1 1 / 

ConTrth'scent nonrK>. Laying tlw Stone of a New, 

at Hunstanton, 23 a \) b 
Convhjt Labour. 21 aS b 

Life in Portl .rd. 25 s 9/ 

Contocation — Burials Question, 9 j 6 

— — Confession, 4ji'9«— aj 10/ 

and the Holy Ooss Society, 7 ; 9 e 

- Meetings, 4 J 9 e— 6 / 10 e—Gj 7 / 
New Knbric, Gj 7 f 

-— ^'the Priest in Abiolutiowr Aj 9 c— 6.f 7 f 

Queathn from Proceedings in lSOG-7 

MgMinst Jiicuulistic Olwcrnuiccs, IG/ G « 






Convocation — Rev. J. C. Ridsdale's FetitiaD,ftjf 1 

]0« 

Kitnal Obscrvunces. 5 ; 10 e 

Cook (Thjimas » on the War Victims, 27 i 11 « J 
Cooke (Rev. C. Flood) on Christ's Hospitil, iSfl 

Gc 
Coopers Hill College, Distribution of Prizn^^); 

4/ 

Copeman (G. M.) Our Licensing Laws, 1*11/ 
Copyright Commission, see Rotal 
Corea. Famine in, 24 « 4 c 
Cornish Tongue, Proposed Congress of Ceto 

Scholars on the Centenary of its Ceasing to br 

Spoken, 4 ; 5 a 
Com. State of the Market, see every duyspaptr 
Coroners Jurors, Case of Harriet btauntoD, 9 ; 

11 f 
Social Science Association Resolutions aboflt 

Forwarded to Government, 19 j 7 / 
Corporation Bonds, 19 a 7 b 
Corps of Conmiissionaires. Donations to, 2jtf 

—4 a 6 f— 1 s G e— 29 s 9/ 

Annual Meeting, Sj 4 f 

Corrections, 21 j 12 6—6 a 4 /"—IS a lOt-JI* 

86 
Correlation of the Arts. 16 a 3 e 
Cosens (F. W.) on the Exports of Sberrf, 11; Iff 

6—14 a 5 6—22 a 7 a— 25 a 7 a— 30 a7h 
Cottee (J. W.) on Screw Steamers, 22 a 9/ 
Cotton, State of the Market, see PaoDra 

Markrt 

American Goods. 1 7^ 8 r 

Convention Meeting at Liverpool, 13i5f- 

14 i 7 /— 29 s9 r 

National Exchange Conyention in >'cv 



^• 



York. 21 7 7« 

C(mnty Medical Club, 3*4/ 

OOU&T OF ALDEEKEN:— 

Disputed Aldermanic Gown, 14^ 12 f-^j 

8 6 

Death of Mr. Alderman Allen, 4 7 14 6 

New Sheriffs. 4/146 

COUET CiaCULAE :— 

Audiences of the Queen, 1\ j 7 e 

Brazil. Emi)eror and Empress, see Bluza 

Cambridge i^ Duke of) Dinner Party, 2/8/ 

Health of, 1 « 9 c 

Movements of, 6 ; 10 c— 23 j* 8 a— 24i8 

d—\H s oe -19 s 9 e— 21 s9e 

Conite de Paris at Strawberry Hill, 10 jU 

and Cotntessc, Movements of, 10;■5y-- 
14,; I l/-ir,i 10/ 

Connougbt (Duke of) in Dublin^ lOjBf 

I-,udlcrou8 Incident at Maryborough Stf- 

tlon, 10/5/ 

Court at Balmoral, 29 < 9 /* 

Denmark (King of) in London, 15 a 9/- 

24 o 9 c— 25 (« 9/ 

Edmburgh (]')uke and Ducbesa oH Mots' 

ments, 2O57,/ 

Empress Eugenie, in Portugal, IS /5 6-lJ 'f 

i9c if 

in the Isle of Wight, 18 s 4 / | 

Movements of, 21 « 7 « r 

— VT\w<i^ ol \VtvW% VUUs^ 24 / 8 (/ I 



\- 



Court Oircnlar ftoBiinued). 

Grand ])ucbese of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in 

London. 26 j 6 <l — 2 a Sf 
Movements of ihe Queen, i j 12 e— 9 / 9 « 

—12 / 5 /-I7 J 9 /■-19; y ,-mj B/-27 J 6 

/— l8o9*-18rtC/ 

Nolicek of the Court, in rctrg day'i paper 

Prince Albert Victor of Wm1c», lUnees of. 

20/9/— a3>8u— aSjSr— 2o 9/— a a \<}d 

— 9a 9j~\Gai)t~n a3t—2ia 7 /— 27 ■ 
9/— 19<9/ 

George of Wales. Illnopi of, 18 j 9 e 

Henry ot Pniitin in Suollnnd, ?8j 5 /" 

Leopold, Morements of, 13 > 9e— lu > 9/ 

— 17.4* 

of Walef at theOfficem Dinner, Woolvich. 

13 / 9/ 
■^ HoTementi of, 20 « 9 f—24 a 9 f—l i 

6 o— 8 ■ 9 /— 1* * 6 (—20 s if— 22 » 9 /■ 

— at Newburgh, 18 a &f 

sod PrineeM uf Walea at Sandringhnm, 

- Lay the Foundation of a Nev Water 



Crime in Naples, 28 n 9 ;' 
CaOHNAL THIAM :— 

Adanii. Kev. Geo, Hill for InJeccnIly A«-. 

uniting Tb roc Little Children, (j <i II t/-8 u 
11 e 
Albert and Louette, for Murder, 27 » 5 e— 



Td»m at baniiringiiai 



i 10 c 



I of, 27 n 
Princess of Walei, Morenicnle of, 22 j 9 / 

Louim Lsyi the Fo-jndaticin Stone of a 

Friendly Societica Hull nt Tunbridge WelU, 2 
i 9 f 

Movemcnii Df, 24 / 8 rf 

Queen Leaves for Osborne. 4 / 1 2 e 

for Scotland, 20 u G il~ii a 9 e— 28 a 

7 e- 24 o (! e 

Keturna to Dnlmoral, 19 * 10 /" 

Que/n'a Viilt to Locb Maree, II t 7 r— 12* 

»<— la . * /"-17 . 4 6— 18 . lU /. 

Koyal Visilora at Windaor, Ifl q 9/ 

State Ball at Buckinpliam I'alnci', I2j G a 

Concert at Buckiiighnm Pnlace, 'j 13 a 

Ducheaa of Teck, Movementa of, 2 «. 9 j 

OOITET OT COHHON OOITNCII;— 

Ballot in Electione, 27/ B b 

Cannon Street Foot-bridge, 27 j 8 b 

Cattle Plague, 27 j 8 i 

Granta Voted, 27 i 6 ft 

MeeUnga. 1.1 > -J /"- 28 « 4 e 

London Bridge, Improvements, lOy (! d 

Tramway a in the City, 13 i 9 /' 

Courtney (Leonard) on the South Afrieai] Con- 
federstion, li8f 

■ Bill. 9 o 8 c 

at Liakeard, 1 7 1 9 r 

Corent Garden Market, «< Phodcce Mabket 
Co*r, Diei ffora Hydrophobia. 7 n 3 e 
Coven (Joacph) Kew PoUtiual History In Prepa- 
ration, *1 ; 6 * 
Cox (R, H.) on the Trades Bank. SfiirSn 
Crawford and Balcarrea (Lord) un llie Earldom 

of Mar. 2>4ii 
Credit Com|«ny, 2 n f! n— 9 n 7 a 
Cremation of J)r. Winslow in Salt Lake City, 7 

ad 
Crete, Diiturbances in, IG j f e— 23 ; 5 e— 1 a 

r— 24 ael- 
Vrime in Irelanil. Diminatinn or, II f t, f 
z^, pabliii CoriVBponiltrnt on, ^ ^ ^ 'i^ 



Butlpr. a niamiescd Schoolmaitcr, for Al- 

tcmpiing to Scab. ".> j i <l 

Bakur, Ji.lin Itidley, for RtonlioK. 20 > 9 / 

Barker, Martha, for Atteinpitd Murder, Ifi 

Barrr, Catherine, for Throwing Vitriol 

OreraBoy, 9 a 11 rf 

Bennett, Mary, for Murder, IG / 11 « 

Berry, Wm., for PonuhinK, 10 ; 1 1 r 

Bealey, JnUn, for Attomptt^ Fmud, II ;~ 

llrf 
Birkeit, Thomas, t r Mnnalaughfor. 2; !1 • 

Blatkwi'll. Andrew, for Ailenipling to 

Blow up a H"u*e. 31 _; 9 « 

Bouihur. Eiiwaril, for Fraud. 9 ,i 11 d 

Briers, Cliarlea. for Assanit, 1S> 11 ' 

Brookca, Itrehard, for Attempivd Mnnlcr, 

Unlit 
Brown. Jii.a, for AltPniptingtoSlcnl, 4 s llli 

Mary, mid anotlier. fnrSlealing. H».f12i» 

Samuel, nnd Wife, for MiirdiT. i .. 1 1 d 

Brjant. ,Ini>e|ih. fur Stealing, \x « 12 ii 

-— Burkr, Mnry Aon. for Stealing, 7 s 10 u 

- - Cavill. Fre-l,. for ,\ssriilt. 19 ill./ 

ChalmeiB, Jane'. forSrcnliiig, '-T/ll >■ 

Chapnian, 0<i>:go f'lr MurJtr, id s lU n 

Clarke. Samuel, u.t Ar-.-n. 2 ; 1 1 /' 

Coftkley, T'-^'n !». fur W»un(iiii(i. 2" .» 10 n 

Coiaon, ^alh,^nll■l Harvey, fur Siniling, u ■ 



~ Ijakin. Tlioa.. fur M an !• laughter, 19; IT f 

- I>ari«. Jonns. for MantlaiiKlire*. 10 / 1 1 < 

- IJe 'J'ourville, Urnrv, for Wife Murdtr, 2> 



Draper, \Vm„ for lodeocRt Aasault, Hj: 



Elliott. Henry, for tMnviging a Confcstiuuat 

B(W. ll'i 11 « 

-,— Fairololh. — , for Fraud, 18j 1 1 f 
~-r Favvl, Jane, for Murder, W i \\ * 

— ¥irt\i, i MK8, Iw ftavC*tMii\ii KW. v:Asw»^ 



Cri 



»> 



PALllERS INDEX TO " TlfE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 to 



Criminal TrialB (cojitiuuej/). 

FleniiiiK, Johanna, and another, for Steal- 
ing, tj 5 12 a 

Fleninion. John Smith, for Attempting to 

Poison his Wife, lOjWf 

Foretcr, Wm., for Stealing and Assault, 4 s 

10 a 

Fulhif^er, John Edward, for Forgery, 2^11 

e— 4 ;■ 1 3 / 

Gallagher, Edward, and W. T., for Fraud, . 

&c.. 22511 c 

Gilbert, Samuel, for Bankruptcy Act Of- 
fence W a \\ r—\^ a ]\ b 

Gibbons, AIar:$hall and others, for Iliot in 

Liverpool, Hj 11 h 

Tatrick, and others, for Robbery, 10 j 



11/ 



Thomas, for Stealing, 4 « 10 a 



Gibson, Thos.. for Wounding. 3 j 11/ 
Wm., for Abduction. V.) j \l f 



Gilbert, Henry, for Stealing a Horse and 

Cart, 10/11 d 

Golding, — . for Murder. 4 a 11 / 

Wm., for Picking Pockets, 8 .v 11 ./ 

Goodwin, Wm., lor ll^iUway Act Offence, 

18 s 12 a 
■ Grns, Eujrenie. and Mathtou Gandry, for 

Throwing Sulphuric Acid Ovit ji Man s Face, 

24 ;■ 5 /— 25 / 5 t— 2G ; 5 c— 27 / 5 />— 1 a 10 / 

(Jreonwood. Squire, for Stabbing. 4 a 1 1 / 

. Griffin, Ann, for Incendiarism, IS / 11 / 

Grainger, Marian Louise, for Murder, 5j 

11 e 

Gray, Robert, for Assault, 16/11 d 

Gregson. Wui. H.. for Libel, 2 / 11 / 

Gwinnett, Henry, for Wounding, fi ti 9/ 

Hack. Urban, for Forgery, 21 s \2 d 

Halhmi, Jamci, and another, for Stealing, 

7 s 10 o 

Hammond. Henry, for Stealing, 25 alia 



Harding, Edwan', for Burglary, 25 a 11 a 

' Harding, Margaret. 23 a 10 d 

Harries, Wm., and another, for Throwing 

Stones, 0/ 11 /* 
Harris, John, and anoth»?r. for Fish Preser- 
vation Act OtYi'nce. Kl ; i I e 

Moscj* jind another, for Fraud, 10 * 11 /* 

Marry, Wm., for C"onjp;uiies Act Offence, 

13 u 1 1 a 

' Hawthorn. Henry, for Libel, 11 o 11 c 

. Hayes, Catherine, for Wounding, 25 alia 

. Henson, Joseph, for Wounding, Dalle 

. Hojlgkiss, Charles, for Murder, 28 /lie 

— — ilolbrook and Sons, for Libel, (5 i 11 e 

HoUowr.y. 'Jhomis. for Wounding, C a 11 y 

. Hollin, M., for Hijih Treason, !H u 5 rf 

. Hutching. BerthoM Henry, for Forgery, 

&c.. 21 s 12« 
— — Hurley, Edward, for Stealing, 5 s 12 a 

• Jflckson^ Charle.H, for Burglary. 22 a 11/ 

J/iWt'M, Danie), for Wounding, 3 a U 6 

■ — John, for Fraud, 5 s 12 a 

—-Janes, Ueary, /or ^ trump ted Murder, 23 ; 

jj /^J^f^' Jaaies, and others, for Wounding. 



Grimiral Tria's (continue.d\ 

Kelly, henj.. and Wife, for Recclring Stolen 

Property, 1 1 « 11// 

KoWrt, fi»r ArsoM, 18 » 11 / 

- — Ivtf»inv.dy, Michael, for Murder. 30 j 11 « 

Kepping, Ernest, for Wounding, 25 a 11 a 

Keys, Wm., for Stealing 4 « 10 a 

Kilcli, Anton Osciir Von, for Embezzlement, 

10 a 12 a— 11 « 11 c 

King, George, and another, for Stealing, 5 



\ 



« 12 a 

— Kitchen, John, and another, for Stealing, 
14 a 10 (/ 

— Knox, Mary, for Manslaughter, 16j 11 c 

— Lacey, George, for Manslaughter, 12 j 11 /* 

— Lammays, Francisca, for Stealing. 3 1 ^"9 c 
Laydon, Peter, and another, for Robbery, 



10/ 11 d 

— Leathwaite, Henry, and others, for Assault, 
14> 13/ 

— Lefevtr, Geo., for Steahng, 12 / 11 c 

— Leigh, Harry, for Murder, 30 / 11 e 

— L'E strange, John, for Fraud, 8 a 1 1 c 

— Levy, Miner, for Wilful Damage. *60j 11 a 

— Lewis, Wm., for Trying to Upsef u Train, 
7il2/ 

— Lipscombe, Mar>', for Stealing, 22 « 11/ 

— Lynch, John, for Murder, 2U « 1 1 a 

— Macdonald, Mary, for Stealing, 7 » 10 « 

— Mappin, of Sheffield, for Utibtor's Act 
Offence, .Salic 

— Marshall. Henry, for Stealing, 20 » 10/ 

— Martin, Edw., for Manslaughter, 2 ; 11 « 
■ ■ ■ Solomon, for Wounding, b j \\ e 

— Mason. Francis, for Murder, o 11 e 
W^alter Frederick, for Sending Obscene 



Letters, 2 a 1 1 c/ 

— Maxwell, Ernest, for Forgery. &c., 20 « 9/ 

— MH'ann, John, for Wounding, 11 j 11 / 

— M*Cormack, Thos., for Robbery, Coll/ 

— M'Dougall, Alex., for Murder, 17/86 

— M'Fadden, Thos., for Manslaughter, 10 j 
We 



fr\9- c«^»f:, 



/» 



1 1 



— M 'Govern, Patrick, for Murder, 6 a 9/ 

— M •Irvine, Walter, for Foi^gery, 2 a \\ d 

— Melville, Wm.. for Stealing, 5 < 12 a 

— Milton, John, for SteaUng, 23 a 10 </ 

— Mitchell, ,lo8., for Bigamy, 18y lie 

— Moffatt, Anthony, and another, for Robberv, 
16/ lid 

— Montague, Henry, for Stealing, 6 « 10 a 

— Morgan, Edw., for Assault, 25 jf 11 « 
Geo., for Perjury, 10 / 1 1 « 

— Morris, Josephine, for Penury, 19^ 11 « 

— Naidauld, Stephen liandall, for Stealing, 22 
a\\ f 

— Nelson, Christian, for Stealing, 12y 11 « 

— Newman, Frank, for Stealing, 11 a 11 </ 

— Nolan. Patrick, for Wounding, 8 a 11 « 

— North, Thompson and other*, fur Fraud, 19 
s 11 f 

- — OgWvX^. Kt\v\,Iq»t S^l<i\vUu^, 5 « 12 a 

\VV)\A, \'i U i^ C > r X* X^ cv- • x^ 



Sept, 30, 1S77.] palmku's indkx to ** tiik hmks " NKwsi'ArKU. 



Cur 



Criminal Trials {ronfinued), 

Prnit, John, lor JStealinj:. 24/ 11 e 

I'rice, — , for Manbluu«;hter, « a 1 1 / 

ttobt. UrUco, lor Murder, \ a 10 i 

Kued, Joseph, and oiliers, for I'erjury, IG 

i 11 d 

Kickards, Geo. and James, f«r Murder, 28 



ill/ 

— Kiles, James, and another, for Stealing, 23 
alO d 

— Robinson, Kate Ellen, for Attempted Mur- 
der, 2 a 1 1 J 

— liodd, Nathaniel, and another, for Stealing, 
25 J 11 d 

— Bode, De Gustav, for Shooting with Intent, 

— Ko^ers, Henry, for Murder, I67 11 < 
John, for Wounding, 12/11/ 



Ross, John, for Horse Stealing, 5 « 12 n 
Ryans, Wm., for Siertling, 21 a 10 
Ryson, Michael, for Stealing, 22 a 11/ 
Samuel, Henry, for Fraud, li a\) d 
Sarson, Jos., for Stealing, 21 a 10 6 



Searx, Jane, for Fraud, S s il d 

Seddon, Chas., and another, for Fraud, 7 

a 9/ 

Sheldon, Geo., for Attempted Murder, 16 

ill* 

— Smith, Arthur, for Robbery with Violence, 

22 « 11 c 

Caleb, for Murder. 28 ; 11 < 

John, for Assault, 4 a 1 1 /' 

Jo eph, for Wounding, \6j lid 

L" . is, for Stealing, 6 « 12 a 

SnelUng, Sarah and Annie, for Stealing, 4 * 

10 a 

Spencer, Geo., and another, for Stealing, 9 

all 6 

Stafford, Walter, for Embezzlement, a 1 1 « 

Stallard, Fnmces Isabelhi, for Mulder, 3 / 

11/ 



Stanford, Henry, and another, for Stealing, 
18 j» 12 « 

Starkcy, Jolm Henry, for Murder, I6i 11 c 

Starmore, Wm., a Constable, for Burglary, 

22 5 11c 

— — Staunton, Louis Adolphus. and others, for 
Murder, 1 1 > 10 d—'2 a 1 1 d-^S a IC /— 3 alia 
— 8a 11 rf— 9 a lie— 14 a 11/— 10* 11/— 19* 
1 1 /— 20 « 9/— 21 8 1 2 6—22 « 1 1 a -24 « 9 a— 
25 » 10/— 2G 8 9 a— 27 « 7 a— 28 « 10 a 

< Stephenson, James Henry, for Murder, 2 

a 11 e 

Sudlow, Richard and Anne, for Systematic 

Cruelty to Pauper Children, 4j;iO b 

Sullivan, John, for Stealing, 6 « 12 a 

Summersall, John Wm., lor Murder, 10 ;* 

11/ 

Tanner, Joseph, and others, for Fraud, 2 ; 

11 e 

Taylor, Eliza, for Murder, l(^j 11 f 

Tell, Geo., for Furious Drivin::. 22 5 12 a 

, ThackwvU, W, G,, tor 3f urder, .10 / 1 1 /* 

Theodondea, CoDtttantintf, for Attempted 

Extortion, if a 11 d—29 h II e 
— ^'/fp/na^, Ann, for Jn/anticide G a 9 /• 
'- Lhza, for Assault, U <f U 



Criminal Trials {routiniitd). 

'Ihonias, James, for Manslaughter, 10 « 1 1 / 

Thunipson, Ann, for Receiving Stolen 

Property. 10 u 12 a 

E. W. J., au'i others, for Bankruptcy 



Act Offence, 18 8 liy— 19 » 11 /'— 21 « 12 < 
Thos., for Stealing, 9 a U 6 



Thorn, John, for Indecent Assault, 12/ 11 e 
Margaret, for Stealing, 18 / 11 < 



Thome. Thos., for Sicaling, 7 « IC a 

Three Young Men, for Assaulting a Police 

Constable, 8 10 a 

Tig he, Chas., for Forgery, 6 / 11 c 

Todd, Sophie Martha, for Murder, 30/11 d 

Tucker, Susan, for Bigamy, 12/11 e 

Uttley, J as. Dawson, and others, for Rob- 



bery, 12; 11/ 

— Vitalis, Leon, and Marie Boyer, for Murder, 
6; 5 c 

— Walker, Sarah, for Fraud, 19 » 12 a 

— Wallace, — , and others, for Nuisance, 31 
>9rf 



Walters, Chas. Hatton, lor Perjury, 6 a 9 </ 

— Ward, Thos., for Fraud, 10 a 12 a 

— Welsh, Matthew, for Assault and Robbery, 
28/11/ 

— Whit^, John, and another, for Stealing, 14 

j i3y 

John Wm., and another, for Bankruptcy 



Act Offence. 3 a 1 1 6 

— Whitehead, Alfred, for Perjury, 18/ 11 

— Wickens, James, for Stealing, 22 a 1 1 /* 
Willacy, James, for Debtors* Act Offence, 



6/11/ 

— Williams, James, for Stealing, loy 11 rf 

Richard, and another, for Bui^glary, 8 a 



11 cf 



Wihon, — , and Wife, for Rape, 81 j 9/ 

Wilcox, Margaret, for Stealing, 9 a 1 1 6 

Croft (H. H. S.) on the Lyskamm Accident, 2S 

£ 9 c 
Crookshank (H.) War Victims, 18 a 7 /* 
Crown Lands, Annual Report, 19 « 11 a 
Cruelty to a Servant Girl, 5 ; 9 /* 
Crump (F. 0.) on the Kyskamm Accident, 29 

8 (if 

Crystal Palace Company — Accounts, 29 5 7 a 

Annual Fete of the Foresters at, 18^ 11 a 

Award of Medals and Certificates to Lady 

Students at, 30/9/ 

Distribution of' Prizes to the Children of 



the London School Board, 9/86 

Four Days Archery Fete at, 14/13/ 

Fuller and Phillips, the Conjurors, at, 2 

a86 
General Meeting, 7^ 13 e— 10 j .10 a— 11 j 

10 a— 13 J 11 6 

Great Autumnal Bicycle Meet at, 17 s 7/ 

Mr. Mapleson's Benefit at, 23^ 6/ 

Cuba, War News, 8 a 5 rf 

Cumberland, East, New Cor<iv>ftx>^ a*t J 



Cur 



r> 



PALXEB 6 INDKX. TO " THE TINES NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 to 



Currants, First Cargoe of New, 11 « 8 rf 
Customs, Ueport of the Koyal Commissioners of, 

IS j (in 
— Method of Appraisement, 19 ; 7 6 
Cutl^r«' Feast at Mieffield, 6 a o J—\ s Q 6—7 

88a 

D. 
Daedales or Laputa, 27 a7 d 
Dahomey, Text of the Treaty with, 22aS d 
Dairy i)how, see Agricultural Hall 
Dalqaatja and her Neighbours, 17/ 8 a 
palyell (Robt. Anstruther) on the Indian Famine, 

li*«7/ 
Dame Chevalierc of the Order of St. John of 

Jerusalem, Princess of Wales Elected to the 

Order, 15 o 9/ 

Schools in WhitechapeU 20 « 4 c 

Danubian Winters, see Climate 

Dartmoor, Escape of Two Convicts from, One 

l^ecaptured, 2'6 aHe 
Davies (W. R) Royal Gencalojry, 16 i 10 a 
Day in the Country — Charitable Appeals, 476 

a— 2 a 4 J— 25 a 10 d 

of Intercession Proposed by the Welsh 

Methodist, 6 s ic 

Deaf and Dumb Debating Society at Bertolini's 
Hotel, HJ 6 h 

Conference about, at the Adelphi, 27 j 4 c 

Death of the Bp. ot Nevens Suddenly while 
Celebrating Mass in his Cathedral, 24 j 6 a 

^— of Mrs. Milltr from Fright while in Kust- 
chuck during the Bombardment, 18 « 4 /* 

^—- Rate in Harrogate, 17 a 9 c 

from Zymotic Diseases, Return of, at Tenby, 

2SaA d 

DEATHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
iron 1837, of hU Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as al80 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. 

Abdulla-bin-Oou, Grand Shereef of Mecca, 

14a4e 

Abdy, Sir Thos. Neville, 23 ; 9/ 

Adderley, Arthur, Drowned, 4^ 12 rf 

, Ameer Badaulet, 6 « 9 e 

Aziz Pasha, 6 a 10 h 

. Bagster, Ennice, Widow of Samuel Bagster 

the Bible Publisher, Aged 100 Years, 24 a 1 a 
— 27 a 9 e— 28 a 5/ 

Bannister, Saxe, 18x16 

. Beach, Dr., of the Livingston Expedition, 

lla5e 

Bell, Gen. Sir Geo., 13^ 5 / 

. Bizzarri, Card., 28 n 4 n 

— Bravo, Mrs., Mother of Charles Bravo, 19 

Bryce, Dr. James. 13 / 5/— 17i 8 d 

BiUmer, Wm. Earle Lytton, 25 ; 5y 

— CAbanelhu, Dr., 25 a 5 e 

CAnaris, M,, 17 s 4 b 

ChApmAti, John, 20 / 9 f—2\ JO d 

-' ^Aii ^ce, Hon ore, 17/5 e 
'^^^V'^' Comte, 17 s3 f 

rodnngrtoa, Adm. Sir IL J., Gaie 



I Deaths (ronitnuedj. 

— Compton, Henry, the Actor, 18 « lOy* 
Funeral of, 19 5 11 6—20 sOd 

— Conneau, Dr., 20 a o e 

— Cooltson, Wm. Strickland, 24^ 6 c 

— Cox, Sir Edmund, 13 « 9 a 

— Craig, Rev. John, 5/1 b 

— Cumberland, Rear Adm. Octavius, 10 a 4 e 

— Davenport. Edw. L., 20 « 8 rf 

— Dawson, Col. Robt. Peel, 6*9/ 

— D' Almeida, Lt. Gen. Juan Tavares, 20 a (Id 

— De Clifford. Lord, 10 n 9/ 

— Dobrowolsky, Gen., Killed before Plevna, 
14«5c/ 

— Dorojmsky, General, Killed at Shipka, 28 
a A a 

— Douglas, Col. Thos. Ann?trong, 27 a 10 d 
Sir James, 6 a 4 /— 6 a 7/— 12 « 6 r 



Drummond, Peter, Founder of the '* Stirling 

Tract Enterprise," 13i 1 a 
Duvergier de Hauranne, M., Funeral of, 

12a3c 

Enslie, Admiral James, 26y 10 d 

Evans, Lieut., Burial of, with Honours, 15 

a 5/ 

Farquhar, Sir J. H., 16 a 6/ 

Frost, John, the Celebrated Chartist, 31 j 

Gaffery, M. de. Bp. of A jaccio, 1 6 ; 5 e 

Geldart, Dr. Thos. Chas., 19 * 10 </ 

Gevrilovich. Senator, ) 3 a 5 a 

Gibson, John, W. 6'., 26 ji 10 6 

Goodchild. Rev. ahos. Oliver, 8*9/ 

Graham, Miss Stirling, Descendant oif Claver 

house, Aged Ninety-six, 25 a 4/ 

Grand Sherriff of Mecca, 5jof 

Grantley, Lord, 26 ; 6 </— 81 jSe 

Green, Sir John. 22 « 6/ 

Greene. Henry Aylmer, 31 « 4 a 

Griset, M. Ernest, the Satirical Engraver, 

9/6/ 

an Error. Not Even Ailing, 16 1 6 6 

Guillamore. Ivord, 1 « 1 1 c 

HackUender, Herr, the German Harmonist, 

7^7^ 

Hamilton, Adm. A. Philip, 8*86 

Hawkins, John Heywood, 6j 4 a 

Headley, Lord, 2 « 10 ^ 

Hicks. Sir Francis. 4 » 9 e 

HoUweg, Herr Bethmann, 16/5 / 

Hoosny Pasha, of Jamaica, 21^6 f 

— Howe, Countess Dowager, 25 j 5/ 

Hunt, Rt. Hon. Geo. Ward, 30 j /— 31 

jSe 

Fuiii»ral, 1 a 9 f—2 a H e 



Jamesetjee Jeejeebhoy, Sir, 12/5 /— 18 / 

7d~16;5a 

Johnston. Lt. Col. W. F., 26 jlO d 

Keightley, A., S a 6 f 

Ketteler, Baron, Catholic Bp. of Mayence, 

14 / 7 e 

Kozmian. Canon. 29 « 9 c 

Xa\»tvc, "Nl. A^, "^v- ^^^'^^^^t^/l^ 3 ^ a 



Sept. 30, 1877.] palmek's inukx to •• tuk tiues " nkwspai'ku. 



D.v 



Beaiha front invetlj, 

Le Verrier, the Eminent Astronoiiicr, '2A 



uSe 



Funeral. 2G 5 3 c 



Lindsay, W. S., 30 a 9 / 

Loch, Geo., 23 n 3 €—25 « 6 r 

Longman, WiUiam, 15 a 6 /— 18 « 1 1 /*— 20 

c9/ 

Lovcll, Capt. H. P., 27 ; 5/ 

Lorett, Wra., a Chartist Leader, 10 o 1(1 c 

Mackenzie, Henry, the Actor. IH s \{) / 

Maharajah Kamanath Tliakur. 177 11 c 

Mangles, Uoss Donelly, 21 u 4 d 

Marshman, J. C, 10; 4 6 

Mayo, Dr. Chas., 15 « 6/ 

M*Phunn, W. R.. 18 « 1 6 

MerrJtt, Henry, the Artist, lij 13/ 

Meyrick, Dr.. 2 7 « 5 /* 

Midwinter, Rev. E.. 24 » 4/ 

Montucci Henri, \i aS d 

Mprier, David, 16 ; 10 </ 

Mouti de Reze, Comte Edouard, 15 a 6 « 

Negrete, Madame Pepa Urruela de, 25 « 9 « 

O'Loghlen, Sir Colman, 23 i 10 «— 27j 6 / 

Onslow. Rev. W. L., 1 « 11 e—S sSO 

Owen, Robt. Dale, U i9j 

Pepignan, Bp. of, 2 ; 5 « 

Percival, Lt. Gen. Spencer, IO7 8 c 

Perks, Rev. G. T., 6 j 8 * 

Peyramale, M. Cure of Lourdes, 12 * 6/ 

. Philipps, R. N.. 7 » 3 /• 

Pickles, a Waterloo Veteran, 28 a 8 r/ 

Prince William Pitt Liliuokalain, 4 a 5 « 

-^— Prosser, Rev. Jas., 19 j 1 b 

PurceU, H. F., 3> 6 e 

Raven, J. S., the Landscape Painter, 

Drowned at Harlech, 21 j \2 d 

- Ridley. Sur Matthew White. 28 * 7 « 

Riley, Vice Adm. Chas. Wilson, 22 a 6 «/ 

Rogers, Henry, 1 « 6/ 

Roniker, Count, Killed in Battle, 10 a 10 6 

Rush worth, Eidw. Everard, 11 a 5 « 

Funeral of, 14 s 6 e 



Seid Mahomed, Emir, 23 i Be 



• Semmes, Capt., of the Notorious Alabama^ 

• Seymour, Henry Danby, 7 a 9 c 

Sinclair, Alex.. 15 a 4/ 

Steinmetz. Field- Marshal, 6 a 4 o 

Talbot. W. H. Fox, 25 s 4 e 

' Thacker. Major Gen. Samuel, 22 a 6 d 

Thiers, M., 5 » 6 /— 7 sSd 

Address of the Senate to Madame Thiers 

on her Loss. 11 « 3 c 

Addresses of Condolence to the Widow, 



12 a 9/— 13 « 5/ 

Memoir of, 5 « 11 a — 7 * 4 c 

Notices about, 1 1 « 3 e — 19 « 4 / 

the Press and Parties on, 6 « 3 rf 

Public Funeial Awarded to, in Council, 



6«3c 

Funeral. 8 « 6 a— 10 t 9/— 16 « 5 c 

Queen Victoria Sends her Sympathy to 



Madame Tbierg, 8 s 6 c 

as a Sportsman, 17 s G d 



-— - Telegrams and Addresae* of Condblfiuce 
to Madame Thiers, 16 s 5 d ^^ 



Deaths (^rontiiwed). 

Tyrell, Sir Jo'm. 20 s 8 h 

Vaga, Prince GuRtav Vun, 6 a 4 a— 9 </ 5 g 

— 18 a hr 

VereVtchagin, M., the Artist. 20 5 « A 

Warren. Snniufl. Author of " Diary of a 

late Phy8ician/' I a 10 /' 
Wii^s, Henj., 2S ; 1 h 

— - West away, CHpt., 31 o 8 e 
Willii*. .J. Walpole. 19 s i\ e 

Wcdehouse, Col., tho lion. Berkeley. 19*6// 

Yakoob Beg of Kasligar, l(i ; 5 e — 17 j 10 c 

—23 ; 5 c— 31 a 3 «— 3 *o a 

Young, Brigham, the Mormon Leader, 31 

Dwp Sea Thermometers, 28 a 9 c— 30 a 12 * 
Delay of Jubtice — a Foreigner Waiting for Trial, 

20/11 e 
De Morgan (John) on Richmond Park, 5 J 12 b 
Denison (Archdn.) on the Church Congress at 

Croydon, 26 x 5 e 
Denmark, a Protestant Derg}'man Tried for 

High Treason, 18 a 5 <2 
Denning ( W. F.) on the August Meteors, 14 a 9 c 

on the Eclipse, 25 a 10 e 

Denton (Ba