(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Palmer's index to "The times" newspaper"

This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project 
to make the world's books discoverable online. 

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject 
to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books 
are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. 

Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the 
publisher to a library and finally to you. 

Usage guidelines 

Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Public domain books belong to the 
public and we are merely their custodians. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to 
prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. 

We also ask that you: 

+ Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for 
personal, non-commercial purposes. 

+ Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine 
translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the 
use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. 

+ Maintain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for informing people about this project and helping them find 
additional materials through Google Book Search. Please do not remove it. 

+ Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just 
because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other 
countries. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of 
any specific book is allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner 
anywhere in the world. Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe. 

About Google Book Search 

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Google Book Search helps readers 
discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web 



at |http : //books . google . com/ 



: S^\, .:/ 



'Wr I 



ivfc-v.7 '/v:v 



i .1 



j'g- - 




'*! SIMFOIRD^VIWERSITY-UIBRARY f 



i'Vfi"* <i 



liSi;/.-^!' 



' '■:.S^r 



}■ '.v"^i"rK''A, 









:*v^t * / 




UNIVERSITY i..BRAR.ES - STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES • $1 



jRARICS 



STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STANFORD jj f 



aJFORD 



UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STANFORD UNIVERSITY L| 



STANFORD university libraries . STANFORD UNIVE. 
UNIVERSITY libraries STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBR 



LIBRARIES STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STAN 



'ERSITY 



LIBRARIES . STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES - S" 



WARIES 



STANFORD UNIVERSITY libraries • STANFORD U 



aMFORO 



university LIBRARIES STANFORD UNIVERSITY Ll 



STANFORD university libraries STANFORD UNIVE 



UNIVERSITY libraries STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBR 



,^ __ X 

U.sBBa GABRIEL, 
HETSTIUHS. 



ONLY ADDRESSES i 



72, MDGATE HILL, CIIT, 



AND 



50, HARLET STREET, CAVENDISH SQ 

Whtrt the 
NITBOXJS OXTDB GAS 

lOB PAINLESS DENTAL OPERATIOini 
U adminiatered dai1§* 



LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT & MALT WINE 

(COiiB:M:-A.3sr'S), 
A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE AND TONIC, 
Heat from Port Wine, Liebig's Extract of Meat and Extract of Malt ; Nufritiou 
Strengthening, Stimnlating, Flesh-forming, and Health-restoring ; suitable for the, 
BobuBt in Health, as well as the Invalid. Strongly recommended by the Medical 
Faculty. An imvediate Benefit is experienced after taking it ; the Frame is Invigo- 
rated, and no ill-effects follow. 



LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND 
MALT WINE (COLEMAN'S). 

Sib, — A ihort time since I was induced by the 
soTelty of the title to send for a bottle of your 
Liebig's Extract of Meat and Malt Wine. I was 
perfect^ acquainted with the value of the Ex- 
tractum CamU, and not quite a stranger to the 
invigorating and fortifying properties of malt 
wine, and therefore fdt a natural curiosity to 
test them comlnned. 

Men who work hard, as I do, not muscular 
hard work, but that which is quite as exhausting, 
riz^ brain-work vei^ often experience the need 
ofy and hare sometimes, an almost irresistible 
craTing for a " pick me-up," and very often the 
jianacea for a time of lassitude, and that state of 
mind which renders work irksome, are alcoholic 
stinaQlaDts, the use of which must sooner or later 
«nd disastrously. 

The man who can furnish a ren^edy sure, cer- 
tain ana harmless for the lassitude which follows 
constant brain- work is a benefactor of h\f species, 
and may' be said to have added mabyy^rs of 
neefnlaess to the lives of useful men. 

YcfUT Extract, is a success, and when more 
^poaerally known, wiU be used by all toilers of 
th« mind. 

Tours faithfully, 

O. D. RAY, 

Tliorpe Hamlet, Norwich, Feb. 23rd. 1881. 

lEJBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND 
MALT WINE (COLEMAN*S). 

Queen's Crescent, Haverstock Hill, 
London, March. 5, 1H81 
jy^jkn Sib,— Some time since, being greatly 



fatigued with overwork and long hours at business, 
my health (being naturally delicate) became very 
indifferent: I lost all energy, strength, and 
appetite, and was so weak as to be scarcely able 
to walk. 

As you are aware, I sent for a dozen of your 
Extract of Meat and Malt Wine, which, in a few 
days, pulled me up marvellously. Three or four 
glasses of it daily have quite altered and restored 
me to better health than ever, *' without the 
assistance of a doctor." 

I am now givmg it to ray son. twelve years of 
age, whom we have always though consumptive, 
and, from a puny, ailing boy, he seems to be fast 
growing into a strong henlthy lad. 

Enclosed you have cheque. Ploase send me 
two dozen of your " Extract." With thanks for 
your prompt attention to my last, 

I ara, Sir. yours truly, 

GEORGE A. TYLER. 



LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND 
MALT WINE (COLEMAN'S;. 



Mineral Water Hospital, Bath, 

Sept. 22nd, 1881. 
Gentlembk, —Referring to yours respecting 
your Liebig*s Extract of M«at and Malt Wine, 
I have much pleasure in trstifying to its excellent 
quail. ties. It is highly nutritious, stimulating, 
and health-restoring. 

Every claim you make for it I can fully endorse, 
and I shall be pleased to recommend it as an 
incomparable tonic. 

I am. Gentlemen, 

Yours faithfully, 

EDWD. J. VOYSEY 



JPints, 27s. per dozen ; Quarts, 80s. per doz-^n. Carriage 
ysLxdi to any Railway Station in Great Britain. Sample 
Bottle sent for 33 stamps. 

p. O. ORDERS MADE PAYABLE TO 

COLEMAN & CO., 

MUSPOLE STREET, NORWICH. 

CHEQUES CROSSED LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK. 
jSold hy all DrugpaU and Patent Medicine Vendwa in the United Kingdom, in 
U>tttes^ 2a. 9dL and 4a. ^d, each. Ask for Coleman'i LieUg'i Extract of Haat 
[^ SAdt Wine, '' See that you get it.'' 



VOTICS 

Tbe Set of the Index to "The Times" leirepaper is now completo 
in 106 Yols. 4to. cloth, gold lettered. ?rice £70. lOs. It can only bt 
snppM however from Jan. 1, 1873 to the present time, Mng 
45 TOls., price £22. 10s. 

The parts hackwaids from September, 1867aresupplied only tO'UmMl 
subscribers. Some odd parts to perfect sets are still en sale. 



finttrtd tt StaHMwrt* /7<tA 



INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES MWSPAPEE, 

1884. 

"WINTER QUARTER-January 1 to March 81. 



" Tka only trae Uitatr of a oonntry to to be found ia itt Mwiptpcn." 



SAMUEL PALMER, PARK HOUSE, BROADW^AY, 
SOUTH HACKNEY, LONDON. 

1884. 

Bifht 9f TVaniialion iteMmtrf. 



/../ 



jj I- :t 



■ d 



255802 



•• '-. • 



PALtoSV 



(( 



INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



WINTE& QUARTER-^ANUAST 1 TO HABCfl 81. 



BBViRBiroB.— 27W TYiBiet Newspaper l&ftying a mpftMte pagliuition to eacli number, the foUowlngmethod iaad6pl«<l 
to Boit It to t^nj file : thu 8 > 11 « niMns 8t^ JaiL, pi^ IL oolomii ft : i^e Italio l«tt«r after the flnt flgnr* 
BOttn^ the month, and the Itallo letter (aoooralng to aljAiaMt) after the second flgnre noting the eolunm of 
the page. 



A. B. C. Union of Qrooen' Ckrkt, 9jid 
Abduction of the GjmnAst Lillo, Case of, 2BJ 9 

/•— « m 12/— 22 m 12 / 
AbeH«e:> Hospital for Incunblea, DoBationa to, 

ll^Ta 

Jnto Company, 15 /ll c . 

Abeiystwith Collase, Deputation to OoTerninent 

for a Continuance of the Grant to» 1< > 11 «•— 

22 / < a 
Abram (Edwari) on t!he Political Condition ef 

Crete, 8 / lOy— 29 m 6 if 
Abyssinia— M. de Iiessep Account of, < m 6 s 
Academy of Music for the Blind, 29 j 10 4^—6 / 

• e 

at Alia from an Aralanche Descending 

on the New Buildings of the Emma Mine 

Company, and Destroying them. \l mb d 
Mr. H. T. Barday, Thrown from his Horse, 

near Melton, while Following the Hounds, IS 

i 7 6-16; 6 ^ 
Boat Capsized* off Orkney and its Four 

Occupanu Drowned, 19 m 6 /* 
Boiler Explosion, at Bolton's Metal Kellers 

Factory, Birmingham, 14 / 10 / 
in a Shoe Factory, at Rochester, North 

America, and Fire Person Killed, Ac , 21 j 6./ 
M the Ymrmouth IndepentliU Newspaper, 

16/12i 
a Little Boy, at Tienua, Falling against the 

Carriage of the Crown Princess and Grazing 

his Nose, 2/S e 
M. Boyd, Killed by « Fall when DrUnk. at 

Portsdown, lj$d 
Mr. Bradbury, his Leig being Broken in a 

Football Biatcfa, at Sheffield, 10 mSd 
Mrs. Meses urain, Falling orer the Edge of 

a Precipice witb her Infant, in Dean Forest, 7 

/•/ 

James Boll, of Brownborouffh, from a 

Bevolrer Exploding and Entering his Side, 22 

i\or 

Mary Jane Bntterfleld, by having her Scslp 

Tom a-vay by a Lion during a Panic in Womb- 
Wftll's M(inai/erie. at Bolton. S i a f 



Acdldents (conttnuad)^ 

Harry CardweU, from the Explosion of a 

Bottle of Chymicals, in Bow Streets while Ex- 
perimenting for Lightning, 27 / 10 tf— 1 m 12 ft 
at Clesson Farm, by the Exploding of the 

Farmer's Gun Killing a Labourer, 27 m 5 e 
in Colorado, Fire Persons Killed by a Snow- 

sUp, 19m5i 
Cumberland Rirer from a Raft being Drawn 

into a Whirlpool and Nine Persisns Drowned, 

26 j 6/ 
— ^- Ma ior-Ghsn. Curzon, Thrown from his Hone 

whUe Hunting, 29 ; 9 / 
near Dachstein, from an Aralanche Falling 

into the Road and Rendering it Impassable^ 

19; 7 c 
< Mrs. Digby, of Heath Road, Clapham, from 

her Child Upsetting a Pariffln Lamp into her 

Lap Burning her to Death, 3 m 7 6 
-—David English, Falling off his Waggon, 

neiar Vauxhall Bridge and Crushed to Death 

by the Wheels of his own Van, 7y 11 « 
— ' Lord Erskine, while Hunting with the 

Pylchley Hounds, 1/9 /" 
Explosion of Dynamite Cartridges on the 

Canadian Pacific Railway, near Port Arthur, 

dl>5e 

at Bamberley, Great Damage, 16 / 8 e 

— — at the Dynamite Works, near AUentown, 

North America, 21 ; < « 
of Fire-damp, in the Ferfay Coal Mine^ 

Two Men KUled, Uj$b 

• of Gas, in Chatsworth Road, Clapton, 



12 7*6/ 

at Leighton House, Cheshire, 1/11 d 

— — - of Gunpowder, at Fumess, Official Inquiry 

into, 9; 8 e 

• at the Gunpowder Mills, near Scranton, 



North America. 8 Persons Killed, 19 ; 7 e 
of Leaking Gasoline in AUiance, Ohio, 

Blow! n^ Down a Lai^ Building and Seting Fire 

to othem, 4 / 5 s 

at Loch Katrine Distillery, 8 ; 6./ 

of Molroii Metal, in Parkhead Foige^ 

GUsgow, Injuring 8 Men, 27 flOd 
of H Nitro-Glyceriae Factory, at Dayton, 

Seven Ptii'duns Killisd. 81 m & e 




/ 






// 



. ,.-J«''',_^iiU Hone while 

/•i;''- f^'J^ «i'io« 









of Carrion d« los Condet 
n Baiying a Prittt, 18 



'**i^*..jr from her Pai 



Paiiffia Lamp 



r^'^^^tf^^^u. Thrawn fram hifl HorM 



^'J 



T3Ji''tft^-fi,-ht. Thrawn from hia Hone 

^Thili ^f^'^KabvUniki. 11 Fitter at St. Clear's 

J^J*^^'' frt»«'« '^^^^^^ *>« ^" Bepairiag 
B»K^oa hifl>. I m 18 f 
^rri#Z.Baat Capsized, at Clacioa-oo-Sea and 
-^LnMem Drowned, 25j 6 /-1/6 e 

^^ ponaUon of the Priice of Walet. 7 /* 10 a 
"""^t the Mansion House by the Fall of the 
"l^gt Uted in Illaminating, 21 m 10 e 
Koht. Miller and John Webster, who Died 

In Glasgow bnddenl/ from Eating Tinned 

Meats, 18/8/ 
^..^ Wm. Moore and Harriet Cracknell, Soifo- 

cated iQ Bed from a Leakage of Qas, at Moor 

Lane, Birmingham, 87 5 e 
— ^ Lord Feoibreke, Thrown from his Horse in 

the Uuniiiig Field and Collar-bone Broken, 14 

i 6e 
*— Wm. Rabine, AccidentaBj Shot at a Shoot- 
ing QaUery in Whitechapel, 4 9*12 e 
-^ Mr. Richards, Thrown into a MUlpoad as a 

Joke but Getting Entangled with the Weeds 

was Drowned, 15j 6 c 
^— Mr. Kyder, the Direr, brought up Dead aftw 

^i^iialllog in the Solent of a Wreck under 

Water. 7 m \0 h 

Gi..^ — A .w..: Jam*. JM 'Dm«*;« \tt fK ^ 



no/ 

,n«m t 
. of the 

a GdUapsioc 

aU&onaSooUA 

iWQ from his Horn 
itiam, «> 10 • 

(he Ohio, YourMsQ 

-^ 

^ jraadTwo Daoghton 

^ ^ of Gas the Father aad 

J^ . in Danger, 6 /-ge 

'/ c Ldoester, FrighttDed to 

/olioe Selling Qoods for the 
iCcinatieD Fines, 80 i 12 c 
Dj, while Hontiiig at Aalacklij 

sston, of Dorchester, Thrown from 

J when Hunting with the Cottif took 

, at LitUe Brad/, 8 m 4 e 

Wood, at Eastbank, hia Lsff being 

in in Football Practice, 10 m 8 J^ 

w Wrexham, during a Panic, from a False 

Alarm of Fire, while tlM Paotoodme was beiag 

Acted. 24^ 12 tl ^ 

at Woodstock, from ao Aralanche FkJling 

and Destroying an Eatire Village and its 
Inhabitants, 18 m 8 < 
— Ten Young Men Drowned in the Thames 

off Charing Cross Pier» 28 f5/ 
AOOIDENTS-MIMINO:— 

at CoonellsTille, Terrible Explosion, 21 /8t 

at Dudlej Colliery bj a Fall of Stooe, 81 j 

10 /• 

Explosion at Altham CoUiery, Beport of 

Inquiiy into, 26/8 «— 16 m$d 

at Bank Hall Collierj, Burnley, 18 / 18 h 

at Pocahontas Colliery, West Virginia, 

160 Men Killed, 14 m 6 «— 16 mle 

^ of Fire-damp in a Colliery, at Leeseniing. 

19 Colliers Killed, 22 / 6 d 

• at Seranton CoUiery, Pennsylrania, 8 



/6s 



of Gas in Crested Butte Coal Pit, 28 
Miners Killed, 26 1 6 c-28 i 6 if 4 e--28/ 6 / 

at Gamant Colliery, South Wales, Eleren 

Persons Killed, 17 ; 9 t 

— at Newcastle CKilUery, by a Fall of Bfinetal 
KiUiag Two Men, 24 m 8 6 

— ^ at Penygraig Naral Steam Oelliery, Di- 
sastrous Explosion, 28> 12 c— 29 / 10 cf— 80 j 
12 «— 4 / 6/-6 / 10 M^^ f 10 e-^ /ll if— 1 
ml2s 

1— ia the Plasborouffk Goal Pit, neir Wiezham, 
to Two Men Killed by an Escape of Qaa, 14 
;]0 6 

at the SiWer Mine, near Schwax beiiur 

Flooded. 18 m 6 1^ 

rin Town Lane Colliery, from the Bope 

BreakingSeriously Injuring 8 Mea, 8 j 9 / 

near Weatherf ord, a Broken Kail Thitwing 



March 81, 1884.] palmer's index to the ^^ times " newspaper. 



Aid 



ACCIDENTS -BAILWAY :~ 

Chas. BouUi^r, near Longhborough Station, 

2/7 d 
Joseph Cliflf, at Leicester Station while 

Endeavouring to Save a Child, 24 m 6 6 
« i:harle8 Catling, a Telegraph Clerk at Spa 

Road Station. 2 i ; 1 1 < 
Elizabeth Dell and her Infant, at Siirertown 

Station. 4/fi / 
Mr. Jamed Jones, Alderman of Birkenhead, 

at Ainsdale, 4 / / 
Angus M'Leod and John Mcintosh, Run 

Over near Dundee, 5 ; 12 a 
John Aubin May, near Mowcop Statioa, 25 

Martha Mortimer, at Leeds Station, 4; 10/ 

Mr. Pritchard, of Shacklewell Green, Cut 

to Peices between Broad Street and Shoreditch, 

15; 9/ 

Mr, Roland of Chiawick, at Gunnersbury 

Station, Y6mh f 

Thos. Spital, at Norbury Station, 19/11 c 

Ten Railway Hands, at Minnesota, 26 m 5 c 

Edwin Wales, at Gain8boruu<{li, 19 m 10 /> 

Robert and Eliza Williams, Killed at 

Hampton Court Junction, 1 ? 6 /' 

- at Ballypolton Level, Official Intiuiry into, 
17; 5« 

- in Bradford County, North America, from 
the Sparks of the Engine Igniting the Petro- 
lura on the Ground and Destroying all the 
Carriages. 16 ; 5 rf— 2./ 6 d 

- near Castle Dougbis, \^ fVl c 

to the Chicago Limited Express West of 

Pittsburg, 21 m 5 

near Derby, J 5 ; 6 h 

at Dinting Junction. 1^ ; « 

near Glenwood Iowa, 21 / '» t 

near Idredzchay Station j 15/6 I 

at Ledeberg, 2S ; 5 t 

near Macon City, 22 / 5 t 

near New Cambria, 25 Persons Injured, &c., 

'i:> t (he 

- between Ottawa nnd Montreal, 5 ; 5 c 

near Ketford. «. / 11 / 

at Watft)id Otiifinl liuj lirv. U,'sn!t. <> /'lO /' 

at White l.'ivtr Puiil-r-on i:.s (iiviiitf- Way 

and Dropping the Train into ilu- Kivcr. i / 5 e 

— 2/G /— 4,/5« 

near Wigan, by the K.ill •»[ a liiidge, 7 ; U) 

a — 8 / 6 « — '.I ; lo t/-li M ) . 

- Collision at Ath.-nry Mail »n )♦ / 5 d 
near Hn«inc le Coiute i i :> t 

■ near ForlHr. ii «» 7 *> 

on the Grand rrunk Railway, 3 / 3 d 

■ on the Hull and liur:i.>k'y Station, IG / 



12 r 



J 5 e 



near Morehead, 8/5 e 
' near Paris, Illinois, I m 7 e. 

■ near Slieffiuld Station. 27 / 19/ 
at Stepney Station, 24^66 

■ at S win ton, 2.7 ; 8 ^ 

. near Toronto. 3 ; 3 </ & «— 4 / 5/—.*) i i 
• Contributions for the Sutlercrj by, 



near West Brighton. 27 m G/ 
at Wincobank, A j ii d 



Acland (Chas. T. D.) on the Independent Mutual 
Brethren Friendly Society, 24; 12 d 

(H. W.) Physiology at Oxford, 4^65 

Actors* Benevolent Fund, Actors' Saturday, 26 
j 6 A— 29 ; 7 c 

Second Annual Meeting, 15/3 d 

Donations to. 5 fj /— 26 / 7 d 

Adamant Diamond Mining Company, 12 / II cf 
Adaptation. Originality of, Note on, 4 /"S c 
Additional Curates Society, Donations to, 13 m 

10/ 
ADMIRALTY COURT :— 

Amalgamation of with the Court of 

Chancery, &c., SOiSa 

Notes on, 14/12 6 

the^Z/rerf, 28/-3/- 

the Cnmellia, 24 / 3 « 

rhe Cra^uf, i fA d 

the Kgrat, \A fAa 

the Gemgarry, 4 f \ d 

the George Gordon. 29 /S c & d 

the Ghazee, 18 / 4 </ 

the Girdtenesx, 2H fZ f 

the Ilardwirk, \ f i d 

Adulterated Milk, 2 ) W d 
Advertisers* Association, 28 /'ll d 
A dye (Sir John) in Tangier, 23 /8c 

I Afghanistan, Loss of the Ameer's Troops in their 
Conflict with the Robl)er Chiefs, 3 / 6 c 

' Miscellaneous Nt*ws, 2l ; 6 h — I m 7 r 

Africa, Central, Be gium Expedition into, 2'J 
I / 6 tf 
African Association and Gen. Gordon and Mr. 
Stanley, 8 / 5 rf 

(-oast. Portuguese Encroachments on, 15 

I ? 5/ 

Eastern Explorations, 5 / 6 /" 

; New Expedition, 21) / 4 e 

: Projected Inland Sea. 11/5/ 

and Christian Missions, I f\2h 

Agnews' Gallery in Old Bond Street, tee Fimb 
Arts 
' Agriculture in 1883, 1 / 3 / 
Agricultural Hall, Buildi g Trades Exhibition 
Ht. 25 m 5 d 

Carl Horse Slio-v ;v». L>6 /" 1 1 6—27 fl f 

— 2« / 12/7-29 / II / 3 ;// 4 a 

Sportsmaji's K.\hibition at, 8 m 5 / — 12 m 

3 d 

Holdings Act and the Cheshire Landlords. 

I 15 m"> / — 19 / 8 <: 

I Produce, 2 tl 1 r— 9 / 1 1 A— 23 ; 1 1 c— 30 / 

1) e-\\ f 4 /,_'2() / 12r/— 27 All /- 26wllf^ 

Sciciue. Meetinjis about, 24 m 4 d 

Aiikt'U (Knssel; on Stale Tontrol of li^iilways, 8 

> s /. 
AitkL'US (Albert) on Educated Emigrants, 11 / 
! 12 r 

Alabama Coal, Iron, Land and Colonization 
j C(»mpany, 7 y 1 1 « 

Alamillos Company. 1 m II d 
I Ala.'*ka, Vu)lcanic ICruption in, T6 /"S a 
I Albania, Frontier Quotion. 5 j 5 r—ilj 5 b 
Alchemy in iielatiou to Mordern Science, 2 j 10 

c— 10/ '6o 
Aldom (Hev. John Wesley) Suspension of, by' 
the Bp. of CUiester, 2j%b 

B 6 



Ale 



palmer's index to ** T:IC TIURS " VEWSPArRR. 



[Jan. 1 t3 



AK'X>ut«lia Park. Public Meeting «t. to Preven^ 
its being SciM for Buililing Purp^strs, 'Z\ / *J ^ 
-23 / 4 / 

Noks on. H 7 10 <— 29 / 2 « 

Al.^eriJi - Kiu'htmjj in. 7 / o « 

— - hUuxis in, 10 w 6ft 

Nu'Wi* about. 2(> f b d 

PopuUtion Return, l&./S/ 

Algerian Land, 1 ? 8 u 

All Il:»lIow8. Barking. 4 ; ft A— 10 i 6 A 
Allen ' l\ H.) on Chnie>- (.Jorrlon. 22 » ft A 

Soe8 Chinese Gordon off to the ("ongo, IH 

J C ^i 

on the Europeans at Kbartoun>y 11 ; 8 ft 

on the Situation of Kg;. j>t. '4 / u /* 

- on Slavery in Kgypl, 12 i 10 r 

Allinnco liriti.-'h and Foreij^n Life and Fire 

A.*'* lira nee C/Ompany. 3 m 1 1 6 
Miirine Assurance (Company, 17 7 11 A— 24 

; 11 « 
Alsiire Lorraine. German Univepsity at Strasburg 

Fstablishcd, 8 ; ^ a 

Policy of the Vi<!en'gent, 3 ; 3 <t— 24 ; 5 e 

AmnU:imated Briiish Seamen's Protection 

SociiMv, Special Meeting. 8 m ii<i 
AMEBICA— UNITED STATES : - 
Absconding Clerk-*, Arrested. ]o m 7 / 

Appointments. Ii> / .*> e 

Au»*tralian VV(k»l First Carjxo of Uvaohcs 

Boston. 27 / 5 e 

Bii. iking in, 27./' 5 '/--29 / '» '» 

Brooklyn, Banquet to Ind« pv ndrnt Repuh- 

lican* in. If* /tin 
Bureau of Animal Industry. Proposal to 

Kstabtidh. 1 / 5 < 

- Case of Col. Nunez, 30 ; 6 r 

of 0*i)oniiell, 2o r 7 «— :ti 1 .i ^— 2<^ / h f 

Cattle Disease in. 2i» / 6 (/ 21/5 f/— 2S /" 

7 t- 25 / H r — I m 7 ^ -3 /w <> •/ — <i m .'» /— ^ w 
7 d— 10 m t> A — 13 ut & r — 16 m 7 <•— I 7 /w 6 « — 
J 9 M 5 'i— 20 w 5 <i— 22 ml ii - 24 m .'» ./ 

Meeting about. I^i m 6 e 

Chicago Grain Market. 2'.> m 7 'i 

Cincinnati Juries aiid their LiKht Verdicts, 

SI m6<f 

' Rioting in. 31 m 6 « 

a Murderer all but Lynched. 31m 5 « 



— - Coleridge (^Lord) in America, 16^ 4 d 

College in Rotne. 31 m 6 ^ 

Congress— Proceedings in. A ; 5 « — 11 j 7 a 

—16 ; 6 /— 21 ; 5 /— 23 ; 6 < & </-.^l / 5 c— 1 
/6e— 2 /5e~« / ftr/-i3 / 56—21 fh 1/— 23 
f 7 d— 2(> /5 <^ — I w 7 <i-3 m 6 r &* rf— 6 m 5 
4—7 m 5 <i— 15 /« 7 e— 19 m 6 </— 21 ;« ii c 

^-.. Banking Business, 7 ; 6 a— 31 ; 5 c 

> — - Foreign Affairs ia. 24 j 5 /* 

Qreely Arciic Expedition Relief Bill 

Fassed, 2tJ ) 6 e— 18 / 6 A— 15 / 6 6 

Elnglacd's Contribution Towards, 23 f 






-27/6t-28A6« 

. New Bankruptcy Law Demanded af, 18 



Relief of American Shipping, 9/5 d 

Retaliatory Measures against France and 

Germany. 9 ; ft ^ 

Tariff Red«etioQ Bill, 8 m 7 c— 12 mS e 

—22 m 7 </— 27 m & 4 
6 



America ^rontimtrd). 

(/onniKTctal News. 1)6/* 

Cotton Mills in Ma^SHchusetts Run H^lf- 

time, 30 J 6 r 

and the (^ong:o, II » 6ri 

Copyright Qiie«tion in, 6 /"S « 

- Oevasfte at tha Davis PlanUtion Enlarging. 
11 m 5 ^ 

Cyclones in. Cahimities from, 28 m 5 c 

IVbt of Viiginia. 1 m 14 a 

M. Delmomcf) Becomes Insane from hi* 

Losses and is Found Dead in the Woods, 16 
;6s 

Diplomatic News, 10 ; 7 /" 

Mr. Dukes Kdled by Mr. Nutt. for Seducing 

hi-* sJBter and Murdering his Father, Trial arul 
Aquittal. 23 j 5 c 

Dynamite Outrages, Circular of tlw 

President to Stay the Shipment of Explotivt^. 
13 m 5/ 

Klections. 21 7 5/— 21 y 5 rf 

Kmmc>t*s Birth. AaniTersary of, Celebrmtet 

by Irishmen. 6 »i 7 « 

and KnKland. 23/7* 

Explosives Exported to England, Congrea* 

Called on to Forbid, 4 m 5 c— « m 5 / 

Kxport Returns, I ;6 a— 27 /6s 

Exports (►f Bread Stuffs. 18 ; 5 f 

Failures. Return of the Number of durin* 

the Pa.«»t Year, 1 ; 5 / 

Fiscal Stati8ti<'* of, 24 ) .'» f 

1-ive Bandits Hanged at Tombstone, 31 m 5 ^ 

Fl(H>ds in, 7/5 «— 8 / 5 «— U / 5 r—\ I / i 

/•— fj / n c—\l\ /5 A-14 f rt f—\n t 5 A — IG / 
7 ''—18 / i\ U — \9 t 5 */--'M / h //— 26 / G u - 
26 f 6 r— 10 M 6 f— 13 m ,'> e— 24 m 5y— 2b m 
bb 
— — Damage done hr. 16 fid 

the Whole VilUjre of Athalia Swept 

Away by. 16 / 7 rf 

Ford's /;«'*/< XVi'vId Em«rj;ency Fund for 

Dynamite Operations. 2(> ? 6 e 

Foreign Exiiib.tion, in Boston, Cloaed, a 

Failure. 14f 6b 

Four Great Canals in, 16/4 a 

Gales and Wrecks, 11 ; 6 s 

German ami Bohemian Socialists. Meetini; 

in New York to Advocate Murder aud Assasn- 
ination. 12 / 5 // 

and Germany, 18/6 6— 28/5«— 1 m 7 d^ 

10 m 6 A— 19 //I 6# 

Grain Markets, 14 ; 6 6 

Goods Uncleared from Bonded Warehouse* 

after 3 Years ta be Coaaidered Abandoned, la 

y 5 <? 

Horse Stealing in Minnesota, 11 Mv*i 

Hangeil for, S / 5 « 

immigrant Returns for January. 18 / 6 -> 

immigration in Massachusetts, 6> 6 r 

Indian Conflicts, 1 1 7 C s * 

" Ironclad Oath " Vote to Abolish. 23 ? 5 -i 

Henry Irving Closes hia Engagement at 

Brooklyn, 7/6 /' 

in Boston, 27 / 5 d 

the Chicago Press on, i) ; 6 A 

ReceipU in Chicago, 16 ; 6 * — li^ fhd 

-— ^ Labour Societies, Meeting of, 14 j u u 



March SI, 1884.] 



PALMUR's index to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



Am 



America {coniinwd), 

Legal Tender Ca^e in, 4 ^ 3 d—i mS d 

Iv<»S8«s by tirt in. Ifi / 5 d 

Man and his Wife at Ouray, Convicted of 

the Murder of a Child, Lynched by Marked 

Men. 2\ i H a 

- Maniifactiirpft in. 23 f H n 

Martjrrs and 04>onneU Defence Fund. 9 

/5<? 
and Mexico. I« ; 5 «— 17 / 6 c— 19 / 7 /- 25 

; 5 « 

Alinci'llanenus N'^ws. 10 7 5 «— 4 / 6/— 17 

IN 6 6—27 Ml 5 e— 29 m 7 d 

Murder erf Two Brothers in Arkansas, 12 

/ be 

Museum in New York, lli-ve and Progress 

of. 25 / 2 tf 
a Negio. his Wife and Adopted Daughter 

Murdered by another Negro to Tell to the 

Medical Colleoe. 2.i f d t* 

New Tariff. ". / 5 / 

York Bank and the Treasury, 27 / u e — 

28/5 e 

the City Chamberlain Absconds, llj 5/ 

Speculation in. 18 / 4 c 

C'ity, Statistics of, 14 m 4 a 

Union League Club, Reception by 

given to the President. 25 y 5 e 

- Oldest Town in the Union- Yeltfta, Ifi /5c 

fork Packers Apply for lietalitory 

Measures ag.tnist Germany and Frauce, 15 ; 5 /* 

Parnell ^C. S.) Purchases his Mother's 

House for his American Residence, 20 in 5 ^ 

Payments in Silver. 29 / n h 

Porter (Gen. Fitzjohn) Kcinstated in the 

Army. 9 j 6 /»— 4 / 6 « — 14 m 6 « & / 

Press on the Dynamite Doings in England, 

3 m6/» 

Public Debt, 1 / 6 a— 3 j 3 rf— 1 /5 e-4 / 

.1 «— 1 tM « e 

liailway News, 4 ; 6 <• 

Sale of the War Material Intended for 

Hayti «/5 tf 
Silver Coinage in. 20 m Vt e 

Shipments of Specie from. 28/5/ 

Southern Prisons. 30 ; f> h 

Spinners Union at Fall Hiver Decides to 

Strike Work 2 / 6 /— 4 fb t-bj 5 e 

Mills Closed, 11/5/ 

Stock Market, 24 ; 5 /*— 29 ; 6 a— 80 f 5 e 

Theatrical News, 7 ; bf—l^J I d—ll j b J 

— dm 6 c 

Tornadoes in, 22 / 6 ^—26/6 c 

— — 1 reasury Bonds, 1 7 ; 5 e 
and Turkey, 29 ; 6 / 

ViUard ( Henry) Condition of, 3 / 8 rf 

Loss of his Great Fortune, 8 / 8 rf 

and the Northern Pacific Railway, %) Zd 

Notice about, 4 ; 6 e 

Whale Fishery, 17 J 5 « 

Women Suffrage. 6 mS f 

- World's Exhibition at New Orleans, 10 m 6 6 
Uulea and Regulations for, 81 m 6 6 

Wj«aiing Territory Ten " Prospeoton " 

Loat in^li m6 d 

American Furniture Trade, \9fH 

— - iRTestnent Trust Company, 21 m 11 tf 



American Iron and Steel Asaaciation Report, 8 
j 5 € 

Lejration, 4 > 9 /* 

Neckfl. 4/46 

Poi k Question. 1 1 f 6 a— 17 j be & «— 28 i 

o /— 7 f ,j e— 28 / 5 /"— 3 w 6 c/ 

Shipping Kill. 23 / Hid * 

Stocks and >lia»«*M. 22 j \0 d 

Ancient EcclesiasMcail l^nibroideries, S m 9e— 25 

17} 4 a 
Tapestry, the Derbv Corporation on, 13 m 

Anderson (Miss Mary^ and a Friend give a New 
Years Dinner to 200 Dcdiitute Boys in the 
Seven Diala. 2; 9 / 

Andorre, Kepuhlic, Sentences and Executiv^ns in, 

6 / o e— « / 5 / 

Miscellaneous News, 6 « 5 /"—1 7 » l>a — I'.l 

m 5 h — 21 tn h c — 24 m K a — 28 m '> d 

Andrew y\V. 1*.) Memorial to Thomas Waghorn. 
15 HI 5 /' 

Andrews (Kev. W. R.) Recent Sunsets and Vol- 
canic liruplions, 16j 8 c 

Anoesthetics. Note on, 30 ?' 8 r 

Anglo- Aniercian Brush Electric Light Corpora- 
tion. 7/11 r—'^O ; 11 c— 28/11 c 

Land Mortgage and Agency Company, 2r»; 

II c/— ly \\ U& e 

A rglo- Spanish Conventian, 2 ; 6 a 

nee Spa IK 

Ann<'«ley (L.ord) on the Nationalist Press in 

Ireland. 14 / 8 A 
on the Prohibited Nat'onal League Meeting 

at Ca-tlewd'an. 2h / 7 b 
Anihiopological Institute, Annual Meeting, 23 / 

7 d 

Antiquitii»8 of Taplow, S j if 
Arabi in Colimibo. 31 ; 5 6 

Pasha, Mr. Eve's Lecture on. 19 / 8 /" 

Miscellnncous News. 19 / 5 d 

Arcbasologicjil Survey of India. 17 m 10 6 
ARCHES, &c. COURT:— 

re Christ < hurch, Westminster. \5 j Z c 

re St. Panrs. Hammersmith, 15 j 6 rf 

Arctic Exploration of the United States, 2iy 6 & 

— C m 3 e 

Siberia. Lecture on. 9 / 4 /" 

Armenia, Notices about, 18 m 5/— 22 mid 

Reforms in, 26 j 5 rf 

Armenian Patriarch, 21 / 6 s 

Armitage(V. K.) on Lord Hartington'a PoUticfly 

4/7./ 
Armitt (Capt. R. H.) Machine Guns in the Fiald, 

5; 4 6 
Armorial Bearinga, Sir John Bennett Fined for 

not Paying the Duty on. 19/11 s 
Armourers and Braziers* Company, 12 / 7 6 
Armstrong, Mitchell & Co. (Limited), 22/ 11 h 

— .10 m 11 * 
Army and Navy Co-Operatire Society, 29 m II c 

Hotel 24 m 11 c 

Arnold (Arthur) at Accrington, 29 ; 1 1 / 
on the Cattle Disease. 16 ; 7 4 

- at the Salford Liberal Association. Annual 
Meeting on the Import of Cattle, 31 ; 11 a 

(A J.) Swedish Declaration Concarnlng the 

Shrangelical AllUueii, 20 m 4/ 



Arn 



PALMEH'S IMDBX TO " THK TIMES ' NBW»PAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



iSriHiUI (Mntihew) on Emerson, 22 m 10 «— 24 m 
4«- 

T.ecture on •* Numbcm " in Mih^ankee, 

23 / 6 c 

/luold-Forster (H. O.) Quia Tulerit Gracchos 

lie Seditiom Querent«t, 2b fl e 
Ar\ Exhibitions, 14 / 3 a 

Sales, 11 m 3 a>-19 m 4 /— 21 m 10 a— 24 m 

7 «/— 29 w 12 6 

for Schools Association, 3 7 5 a 

Union of London, 16 y 10 c 

Work in Terra-Cotta. 10 m 9 e 

Artizans' Labttiirers'and General Dwellings Com- 
pany, 4 /ii 1 1 e — 6 mile 

and Lflbourers' Dwellin^^s, in Petticoat 

Squsre. Laying the First Stone of, 24 j 6 e 

Ash-Wednefday Services, 28/ 12 b 

>8hmea<l-Bartiett(K.) on the Egyptian Problem, 
8/ 7 € 

at Eye, on the State of Egypt, 24 / 10 a 

on l!i« State of Egypt, 1 A f 

A>bi<>n Algernon) on hit Recital at Mr. Jones's 
Studio, 2y 7 c 

A!*ift Minor. Kxploration in. 21 m S d 

Asiatic Society of Bengal, Olebrates its Cen- 
tenary. 21 ; 5 a 

Assam Kailwnys and Trnding Company, 24^ 1 1 b 

Assets Company, 7 m W d 

Aiisociated Chambers of Commerce, Annual 
Meetings, 15 / 6 6—20 J 1 1 /-2l / 6 rf-22 / 

Notice about, 27 fo n 

Aft'ociution of I'ublic Sanitary Inspectors, Meet- 
ing, 8 ; 1 1 t 

of the >Ti?si(>n Homes for Young English 

Women in I'nris, Annual letinj;. 28 / .5 b 
— for the Kelief of British Subjects in Berlin, 
2.') / r» d 
Assyrian Antiquities at the British Museum, 19 

? «» e 
A"«ie (.John") City of London Grain Duty, 25/7 

^/-~28 / 8 h 
A>«ton ^. James J.> on llic .Malr'nniinial Cau-i'.^ 
Bill, 2(1 t \() d 

on x\\9 Monopoly of the Bar. 10 / 10/ 

«nj liie New I'Htent .\cl. 2 ; 2 / 

(T.; on the Ntfw I'stent Act, 2 / 3 a 

Astronomy and the Electric Li.jht, 28 m 10 r 
Athensum Club, Election of New Members, 1 o 
/ 7«— 6 m 10 c 

Annual Dinner. 9 / 9/~l$ / 1 1 o— 21 fCia 

Atlantic First Leased Lines Rental Trust Com- 
pany, 14/ lid 
AUSTRALIA:- 

Annexations Proposed. 25 / 6 c 

Exploration in Central, 6 / 3 o 

Exportation of Gold to. 22 ; 11 c— 24 j W b 

Indebtedness of the Colonies, 6 m 11/ 

— Intercolonial Conference at Sydney, 19/15 
a— 24 7 7 « 

Bill Finally Passed f»r Federation of the 

Colonies, 26> 10 a 

Irish Meeting in Melbourne, 3 / 4 i 

•i Nationalists in, h i b t 

Labour and Wages in, 16 /C c 

Legislative Proceedings, 5 / 2 e 

-^ Parnell (— ) Letter to the Irish i«, 1 ; 10 c 
8 



AoBtralia {covtinued\ 

Parkes ■ Sir Henry) Address at Glasgow on 

the Present and Future of the Colonies of, 27 
/ 8 //-19 m 10 a 

Public Debt, 5/2 « 

»€t nUo New South Wales— New Zea- 
land— Victoria— Qceenslaud, &c. 
Australian Mining Companies, tee MiKtxo 
Agricultural Company, 6 f 11 rf— 9 ^ 11 rf 

J ominion, Mr. Smith's Paper ©n. \b fi e 

Relief Party, Supposed to hare been Mas- 
sacred, 9 ; 10 4/ 

and New Zealand Mortgage Company, 19 

TO U c— 31 wi 11 r 
Australasian Electric Light Power and Storage 

Company. 10; 11 rf— 31 m 11 c 
AUSTEIA:— 

- Ambassador's Dinner, 1 ; 5 c 

Annual Art Exhibition at Vienna, the 

Emperor Opens, 17 mod 

Anti Socialist Decrees in. \o f ob—\b l7c 

Appointments 4 / 5 c — 16 ; 5 fc— 28 the 

Archduke John's Repeating Rifle, 24 w 5 c 

not Arch duke John but Archduke Charles 

Salvator, 25 w« 5 b 

Arrest of an Anarchist In Vienna, 3 m 6 c 

of a Meieliant, \b m 7 /' 

Arrests 2 / .'> e 

Attempt on the Life of another Policeman 

in, 1 1 y 5 e 
Biography of the Archduke Charles in 

Preparation, 19 m 5 h 

Bud^ft. 12 '/I ."> •/ 

Case of Hugo ^chenk for Murdering Four 

Girls after Ohiaini j: their Money, II /5 /— 
\2 J 5 U- 14 J 3 <y- 1 4 ; 6 '' — 15 j 5 « — I S 7 5 c 
__19 ; 7 r— 13 /// 5 ^ -i:» m 7 ./ — 19 m 5 •—21 
mob 

of Stellmachor. 1 1 /'.' f 

Cattle Disease i:i, 2\ i a »•— 31 / 5 k 

Chioggia Fisher ie.«. Question, 20 m H b 

Court Npws, 2 ; 5 '>- 15 ; 5 f- 17 J r» 6—24 

/ :. /. - .'.»./ :> //— ;ii) > 6 '.-«>/ 5 r— 12 fb 6—16 
'mW-18 / 5«-22./5*.— 25/5/— 267 5 6— 
•.*7 ' '> '—5 m 7 r— 10 ni3/— 13 m 6 «— 18 m 5 
b -T.i w 7 r 

( hristenint? of the Archduke Charles 

Salv.iior's Daughter. 2<> / 5 b 

Court Balls at Vi.-nna. 31 ; 5 6—28 f B c 

Emperor Vi>it« the New Houciesof Parlia- 
ment. 8 7 5 '• 

CrMwn l*rince<«8 Attacked by Measlea, 14 

; ,') d — 1 5 ; 5 r — I S ; 5 C 

fl.'althof. 17 I 66 

— Visits one by one the Benevolent 

Instil uti.ins of the Capital, II > 5 r 

Slate Dinner. 22 to 7 c 

Culinary Art Exhibition at the Horticultural 

Society? (Mriees, 7 / 5 «— 8 ; 5 c— 9 ; & « 

Defpui'e and Relief of Vienna in 16S3, 

Meniorial to Commemorate, 25 to 5 6 

Diplomatic News. 1 7 5 flf— 4 ; 5 c — 6 t § * — 

9/5^—1275 rf— 21 j 6 o— 25 ; 5 «— 6 ra 5 <i— 
12 «i o / 

Di^-racefnl Sc »ne in the Church of St. John 

in KepUT -Square in Vienna, Ijod 

D«»g bhow at Vienna, 25 m 5 6—27 m 5 6 



Mareh 81, 1884.] 



palmer's index to '*the times" newspaper. 



Ban 



Austria {continued), 

Dynamite Explosion at the Vienna Police 

Station , 16; S /> 

hducation Estimates in Debate, 21 m 5 6 

and the Egyptian Indemnity, 31 m 6 « 

Estimates. 26 m 5 a 

Farawell FestiTities to Herr Lordwig Tieza, 

1 j 5 rf— 2 ; 5 6 

- — Favoriten Charch Riot, 19^ 7 c 
and France, !<2/6 * 

Gaitmeyer (Josephine) the Comic Singer, 

Serious Illness of , 2 / 5 c—K f 5 r. 

German to be the State Language, 25 j 5 c 

—26 f 6 6—28 i 6 d 
and Germany. 28/5 d— 8.i« 7 » 

and Russia, 21 ; 6 « 

Giesl Mill and the Volpini Mill taken Pos- 
session of by the Committee, ijbd 

- and Greece, 19 m 5 6 

Hurricane in Southern Dalmatia, 19 ; 7 / 

ImproTement of the Ports of, 6 m 5 </ 

and Italy. 4> 5 <?— 6 ; b k— 25 ; 6 rf— 29 ; 6 

c-30 ; 5 ^—31; 5 *— 4/5 c— 6/5 c— 25/ 5 6 

—26 fbb 

Italy and Russia, 16 ; 5 t: 

and the Vatican, 16 ? 6 r 

Ladies Order of the Star and Cross, 

Requiem Mass for the Founder of, 7/6 rf— 11 

fbd 

Legislative Proceedings, 16/5 r— 23 ) 5 h 

—24 ; 5 i»— 29> 6 rf— 30 ; 5 6—2 / 6 c-4 fbe 
^hfb c— 6 / 5 r—7J 5 d—njb d— 13/5 b 
—14/5 e— 20 / 6 6-21 ./ 5 6—25 / 5 /—I m 
7 tf— 14 m 5 e— 26 m 5 a— 29 ml c 

Mass Meeting of Working Men in Vienna, 

8^6/ 
Military ManosuTres at Pozleinsdorf, 20 m 

56 

Duelling in, 8/4 /* 

News, 7 ib€—\%) 7 e 



Miscellaneous News, 3/36—5 ; 5 6—9 / 5 

6—28 mbc 

Murder of a Son by bin Father to Save him 

from Starving, i9) be 

Murder^'rs of Herr von Majlath, Case of, 

16;6 6— 2iy 5 c 

Sentence of Death on the Murderers, 22 

/5 6— 23/ 7 6— 25/5/' 

New Town Hall of Vienna, 16/5 c 

Printing OfBce of Herr Jacob! Scaled up 

by Government, 2fbc 

Proclamations to the Proletariate, 2b f% i 

Railway News, 9 7 5 « 

Recruiting in, 3> 3 6—9 / 5 « 

Right of Trial, by Jury, 2/5 c— 16 /6 c 

Robbery at the Post Office of Pesth, 8jb f 

—10 / 6 e 

and Roumania, 26 / 6 e— 5 / 5 c— 26/ 5 6 

Seflrch of the Murderers of the Detective 

Bloch, 29 > 5 « -30 ; 5 c— 31 / 5 6 -2 / i «— 6 
/5 c 

— Funeral of the Murdered Man, 30 ; 5 

. and Servia, 22 w 7 c 

. bnow in, 16 ; 5 « 

« Socialists in, 1 4 m 5 c 

Spintualism in, 7 m 5 c 

. Switzerland and the Anarchists, 6 m b d 



Austria {continued) 

the Szegedin Catastrophe, Anniversary 

Celebration of, 13 //i 5 e 

Herr Tisza at Vienna. 22 / 5 a— 23 / 5 c— 

24 J 5 6 — 16 / 7 c— 25 m 5 6—26 m b a 

Herr Tomasi Arrested at Trieste with Six 

of his Pupils for Irredentist Intrigues. 15 j b e 

Tour of the Crown Prince, 12 m 6 d — 15 m 

7 «— 22 m 7 c 

Trial of Josephine Elder for Stealing, 9/3 rf 

of Edmond Nemiuar for Fraud, ne 

Criminal Trials 

of the Rioters before the Tnghlatt, \2 fbc 

I of Dr. Rosenbnrg for Killing Count 

' Batchyany in a Duel, 23 / 5 ^ 

\ : — of Socialists, 24 / 5 e 

, at Trieste, a Bombshell Exploded before 

I the Residence of the Governor, 19 w 5 6 

and Tunis, 13/56 

I and Turkey, 22 / 5 a -7/5 «— 29 w 7 c 

I Two Bricklayers Arrested for Socialism, 17 

jbd 
1 Universities in, 10/46 

- Vienna, Legacy of a Master Mason to the 
Town, 2/5 6 

University Forward a Congratulatory 

Address to the Edinburgh University on its 
3rd Centenary, SO j b d 

Austrian Embassy 2 A 9/ 

French Convention. 8 w 7 6 

Austro-German-Italian Alliance, S j.S d 

A ustro- Hungarian Embassy, 10 ; 6 d — i2y 9/— 

21 /6 a 
Aylesbury Dairy Company. 2 ; 11 cf— 19 J 18 e 

—21/ 11 c— 3ffi 11 6 
Ayoob Khan's Movements, 25/10 a 
Ay?garth, Ruins of. Notes on,*l / b a—bj 6/— 

23/4 d 

Notice about. 2S f b d 

Aztec Writings, Father Soto Discovers a Key to, 
31) 5 c 

B. 
Bach Choir. 27 w 6 e 
Bacni.oh, Imperial Decree on, 19; 13 /" 
Bagwell (R.^^ on the Decorative Art in Ireland, 

16; 1 2 r— 30/4/ 
Bahia Central Sugar Factories. 24 > 1 1 e 
Bail y (Q. H.) on Anaesthetics. 30 /8c 
Bakehouses. Sanitary Condition of, 3 ; 3 /" 
Baker (J. G.) Paper on Potatoes. 21 j 4 / 
(Saml. White) on General Gordon's Mission, 

3lj46 

on ♦he Soudan, 1/4 6—11 /8a 

Ballantioe (W.) on Statements by Prisoners, 5 

/ 10/ 
Balloon and Popular Science Society, Lectures 

before. 5/76 

Si.oioty. 1 'a pers Read before, I9i8/— 28 ; 

5 /-3l /// !) / 

Baly r Arclidn.) Knglish Church in India. 8 ; 4 a 
Danburv & .Sms, on the Barnsley Railway, 21 j 

116*^ 
Bank Holidav. Aileored Drunkenness on, 4/8 ^ 

and the Post Office, 31 m 4 / 

Bankers' Institute, Meeting of the Menibers, 18 

J.. 



Ban 



rXlMIOi a IHDBX T» *' THS TIMES nWBPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 te 



BAKEXNG: — 

Adelpiii. 1ft; II e 

Liverpool, 3 / 8 ^ 

of Africa, 1 in 13 a-Mm 11«— 27i« 11 e 

Ajfia. 19 OT 11 c 

Alliance. 'i ; 8 '— 12 ; 11 A— 19^ 1»« 

Anglo- Austrian, 2S wi 11 a 

Anglo-ralifornian, 26/11 a— 6 « 11 c 

A njflo- Foreign Banking (^onipany, 12 / 11 « 

Anglo- Foreign, 21 /'ll r 

Anglo* Servian, 21) m 13 a 

Australian, 16 ; 11 a— 22 ; 11 6—28 ; 11 « 

Joint Stock, 5/11 *~6 « 11 6 

Bank of Australasia, 7 m 11 a — 24 m U a 

—31 WI II c 

of Bengal, 11/11 6—22 f 11 a 

of Bombay 10 ; II 6-23/ U « 

of Britieh Columbia. 26/11 a 

North America, 16m 13 a 



of Egypt, 26.; 11 a— 2 /ll 6—16/13 d 

of England, Average Stock of Bullion 

held by. 30 / 1 1 6 

Electric Lighting in. 19/10 / 

• Imports and Exi)ort8 of Precious Metals, 



tee each Weeiljf Heturn. urmer MoHBT Maskbt 

New Cashier, 22 m 13 a 

• Notes in Circulation, Relurnt om given 



Week!(/ 

Rest, U m 11 6 

Weekly Keturns, 4; 11 f & e— 11 > 11 

/»&c— 18/ ir6 4r?-25j 11 A— 1/11 6 & </— 
8/11 c&rf— 16/ 11 6—22 / II 6—29/1164 
d—7m 11 a 4 6— 14 m 11 6 & r 21 m 11 o & 
c— 28 w 1 1 6 & c 

of France, Returns, 4 / 11 c— 11 / 11 6 — 

18/ 11 6-26 / 11 6—1 /ll 6—8 / 11 c— 16 / 
11 6—22/11 6— 29/11 6— 7/M 11 6-14 « 11 
6—21 m 11 6-28 m 11 6 

of Madras, 9/11 a 

of Spain, 11 > II a- 11 /ll «— 14 /6/ 

— lOm II a— 11 m5 d 

New Governer, 29 j 5 f 



of Victoria, H / 1 1 « 



Bankers Clearing Ilousa. in eorA \V€ek*B 

paper ujtrr B*ink of Euylond 
Meeting about Light Gold, 18 m 1 1 c 

Barnetts. Uoares & C'o., Bosa liquet. Salt L 

Co., and Ll(»yd8 of Birmingham Amalgamate 
aiid Will be Lloyds, Barnetts and Bosanquet^s 
Bank. 6 m 1 1 6 

Bdi^ian Banque Nationale, 25 /6 a 

Birniingliain. 5/ 11 a — 17 > 11 6— 26j 11 c 

Joint Stock, 15 ) 11 6—6 / 1 1 a 

DudWy and District, 18 j 11 6—29 / 11 </ 

and Midland. 2 ; 11 a 

Bradford Banking Company, 23 /11a 

Commercial, :^5 / 1 1 a 

District, Bank, 23^ 11 a 

Old Bank, 21 Ml a 

Bristol and W est of England, 4 / 1 1 6—18 / 

11 6—31 /111/ 

Capital and Counties. 8/11 n 

Carlisle City and District. 2(i > 1 1 a 

— — C'«ntral of Loudon. 1 1 > 11 ^ — 18 ; 1 1 e 

(bartered of India, Australia and China, 

27 '4 11 6 

Clydesdale, 6y 11 6—7 y 11 * 

IV 



Banking (eonttnved), 

City, 2 / 1 1 a— 16 ; 11 d 

of Glasgow, 24 / 6 /*— 18 / 11 / 

of Sydney, 4 m 11 a 

Colonial, 4 M 1 rf 

of New Zealand, 1 / 11 6- 18 « 11 4 

Commercial of AustraliA, 4 / 1 1 a 

of Sydney, 15 iw 13 a 

Comparison of the Pomtion of the Bank of 

England with Consols and French Kentca, tm 

ajter Bank of England, in each veek^eprnptr 

Consolidated. '4 i 11 6— 1»> 11 « 

Craven, 21 / 11 a 

Derby Commercial Bank. 10/11 6 

Devon and Cornwall, 11 / 11 m 

'"— English, Scottish and Australian Chsuteffed, 

25 iWd 

German of London, 8 /* 1 1 6 

Glamorganshire, 6 /"ll « -7/11 «— II/U 

•—14/11 h 
Gloucestershire Banking Company, 4 /ll a 

Halifax Joint Stock. 1» / 18 a— 31 / 11 if 

and lluddersfield Union, 22 i 11 6—24 

;ll « 

Huddersfleld. 2/11 d 

Hong Kong and Shanghia, 1 m 18 a— 29 at 

13 a 

Imperial 4/11 6—12 / 11 6—16/ 11 d 

of Canada, 16 / 13 a 

Indian and Colonial. 9 7 1 1 6 

International, of London, 19 / 11 6 

Joint Sio(*k Banks. 5/11 a 

Lancashire and Yorkshire, 11/116 

Lancaster. 31 / P d 

Land Mortgage, of India, 2 i \\ d 

Leamington, Triors and Warwickshire, 16 

>11 6 

Leeds and County, 16/11 6 

Leicestershre, 8/116 

Liverpool Commercial, 4/116 

Uaion, 6/ 11 a— 8 /ll 6 

Lloyd's Banking Company, 9y 11 «— 2/*ll 

a— lly 11 e-lSm 11 6— 14 m 11 tf— 29m 11 e 
London Bank ot Mexico and South America 

24 M 1 1 • 
Chartered of Australia, 4/11 6—22 m 



13 a 



Joint Stock Baak Company, 4y 11 6< 

iWakd 

and County. 25i 11 a-^1 ; 11 6—6 / 1 1 



IS 



f 116 



- and General, 1 y 1 1 e 
and Hanseatic, 4/11 a— 15/ 11 c 

- Paris and American, 4 /* 1 1 a 

and ProTincial Bank, 14 ; 1 1 •— 22^ 1 1 d 
' and Hirer Plate. New Manager, 8 / 11 « 
and South Western, 12 ; 11 6-6/11 d 
and Westminster, 3 i 8 6—17 ;6/-^17 



• New Directora, 7/'ll6 



and Yorkshire, 9 / 11 6—19 j 13 e 



Manchester and Lirerpool District, 11/11 

b-24 / 11 6 

and County Bank, 14 > 11 o 

— ^— and Salford, 22 ; 1 1 a 

Mercantile Bank of Sydnay, 28 / 11 a'4 

»i 1 1 a 

Munater Bank, 24 / 10 i— 2 / 11 1^ 



Marck 31, 1881.] palmer's inuxx to " thk times " newspaper. 



BftD 



BMikiag (continued), 

Merchant Banking Company of London, 18 

/ll a—7m 11 c 

Natal Bank. 7 m 1 1 a 

National. 16.; 11 a— 26 /lie 

Banks in the United States, 23 ; & e 

of India, 2^ m 1 1 a 

of Italy, 2; 11 a— 22 ; 11 6-28 j 11 a— 5 

fU 6—14/ 11 6--2G f U a— km 11 6— Iftm 

*11 6—26 w 11 6 

of New Zealand. 3 ; 8 6 

of Wales, 10 ; 1 1 6 

New London and Brazilian, 28 m 11 a 

York Associated Banks, 25 / 11 a 

North Western, 10 ; 6 6 

Alleged Frauds on, 15 H I f 



and South Wales. 8 i 8 ft— 23 J lid- 24 

; 11 b 

- Northamptonshire Union, 2/11 a 

- Note CircolatioB in the United States, 19 

/*' 
Nottingham Joint Stock, 7 > 1 1 a 

Oldham Joint Stock. 12 ; 116 

OrienUl, 26 ; 11 6 & c— 19/11 a— 29/5 e 

— lom IBc 

Parr's Banking Company, 21 j 11 a -2 

/ 11 6 

Prorincial of Irelaad, 19 / 13 «— 28 ilia 

— 7y 11 e 

Prirate and Joint Stock Banks, Circulation 

Betarns, 30 ; 11 6—1 m 13 6—24 m 11 6 

Queensland Naiiional, 4/11 a— 19 m 11 a 

bcotch and Irish Banks, Circulation Ke- 

turns. 30 ; 1 1 6—1 M 13 6—24 m 11 6 

Sheffield. 26 ; 11 c 

and Uotherham Joint Stock, 7/116 

South Australia, 12 / 11 c 

Staffordshire Joint Stock, 26/ 11 ^ 

Stamford, Spalding and Boston. 1/116 

Standard of ftouth Africa, 7 i 11 a— 12 m 

lla 
State of Shares in Companies, sm every 

da^B paper 

Stuckey's Banking Company, 287 11 a 

Swansea, 14y 11 a 

*- — Union of AustralU, 10 / 11 6— 17 / 11 6—29 

J 11 d 

of London, 3; 8 6—11 ; 11 o— 17i6/" 

of Spain and England, 27 /"ll «— 28/ 11 

i— 12»i 11 d 

West London Commercial, 16/ 13 d 

Wilts and Dorset, 1 1 j 1 1 6 

—^Wolverhampton and Staffordshire, 16/ 11 

6—19; 13 a 

York Union Banking Company, 1/116 

• (iiy und Couiiiy Banking Company, 11 

7' 11 6 
Jiankrupis. Arrest of Two, in Scotland, 24 m 6 

— 26 Ml I a e 
l)uir» licport of the Number of Mercantile 

f auiares in the United States during the Past 

Year, 2 J 6 c/ 
• Numb<»r of Failures in Great Britain, 9 

/ IW 
- — Mr. St^yd'a Statistics o( Failures in the 

Uaiiiiid Kingdom during 1181-3, 1 J 11 a 



BANKKUPTCIES :— 

Ace, Geo., 15 m 6/ 

Adams. E. R, 12 ; \0 d 

Aichison, A., 16 «i 6 /' 

Aider, J. O.. HO ; 8 r 

Allan, R. W., SmGd 

Anderson, A. H., 19 m 3(r 

W. M., 23; 10 a 

and Son 12 / 10 rf 

Antill, Alfretl, 5)76 

Arden, A. H.. 2« m 4 6 

Armstrong & Co., aw 12 rf 

Arnot. I). A., 21 / 4 /" 

AspinaU. W. and J., 27/8 ^ 

Atkinson. Joseph, 20 m 4 c 

Auty, John, » / 10 d 

— - Avery, Henry, I m 6/ 

Ayton, D.. 8 m 6 rf 

Badcock, Rich., 12 »i 8 rf 

Bailey, Henry, 26 ; 8 6 

Baker, Wm., 12 ,k 8 d 

andGravatt. 21 / 4 / 

Bannatyiie. 1)., 1 m 6 / 

Barker, Joseph, 1 ui 6 J 

W. K.. HmOd 

Barnes. Joseph, \G f]A h 

Barr, Morrison & (^>.. 2 / ft« ^ 

Barratt, J. B.. 23 / 10 « 

Barrett, J. T., 16; 10 / 

Bartle & Co., 27 / H // 

Bates, Josepli. \2 m ^ d 

Baxter, 1). M.. 12 /« 8 d 

Beatson, A., 23 7 10 n 

Beckett, M. A.. 14/36 

Bell, J. F., 2/- 8 6 

Bellamy, Henry, 26 / 4 d 

Bellliouse, Wni., B m 12 d 

Berriman, H. A., 12 m ^ d 

Betteridge, Wm., 1 m 6y 

Biddle, James, 23 /'4 d 

Blackburn, B. H., 2 » lOr 

Blakeway and Thomas. 9 /* 10 cf 

Bluhm, riieodore, 12 ? 10 c/ 

Bond, M. L.. 12 /« 8 ^i 

Bones. W. H.. 5 ; 7 6 

Bonfellow, James, 19 m 3 c 

Bower, Geo., 29 m 6 d 

W. G., 30 ; 8 

Bowe2» and Silverwood, 8 m 6 c^ 

Brae, J. A., 14 ' 3 c 

Brailey, G. J.. 9/*10 d 

Brat by, Fred., 22 m5J 

Bremner, .1 ., 26 ;' 8 6 

Thos., 26/8 6 

Briggs, Lewis. 9 f\Od 

Bright, M. de L., 22 m 5j 

Broadfoot. Robt., 26 nt 4 e 

Broddell, Wm.. 19;9rf 

Brooke. T. F., 16 / 14 6 

Brooks. W. T., 5 m 12 d 

Breum, H. C, 19 m 3 c 

Brown. J. W., 16/14 6 

Jo<('ph. 1 m 6 / 

Michael, i) / \Q d 

P. K.. 25 j 10 a 

Thds., 22 mo f 

W. !!.. 2f)mic 



11 



Ban 



PALMRU':» INDEX TO ** THIC TrMKS NE^VSPAPKR. 



[Jan. I to 



Bankmptcies {continued). 

Brown and Fowler, 16 /" U fc 

and Towler, 21 f a f 

Bruckshaw, Benj., 15 mi 6 y 

Burgess, Wni., 27 / 8 6 

Builer. Samuel. 30 j 8 r 

Butterworth. VVm., 27 /"« 6 

Byrne, M. M. J.. 12 m%d ' 

Camhle. Rich., 2/8 6 

Cameron. W., 6 / 12 r 

(^amm W. (i.. 21 f4f 

Campbell, David, 2 / 8 * 

G. L.. H w 6d 

J.. 27 /8 h 

M.. 16 m 6 f 

(^arbery, Margaret, 6 /" 1 2 r 

Carnell, Ht-nry, 29 m 6 d 

Carr and Fiell, 30 ; 8 /; 

Cash, VVm.. 12 m S d 

Catt, James. 1 m 6 / 

Cntterall, Alfred, 16/* 14 b 

Cauvin. Jeremy, 30 i 8 <?— 2i 8 6 

CclU, G. L., 1S» 1 9 c 

Chamberlain. Thos., 16/10/ 

t^hattaway, W. C, 21 / 4y 

Chittick. Samuel. 25 fid 

Clark. Clement, 9y 10 rf 

F. E., 8 w 6 rf 

Clarkson, Edw.. 29 m 6 rf 

-, — Cliflfe, Wm., 5 m 12 d 

Cloke, Edmund, 26 ; 8 6 

Cole, W.. 1 »« 6 / 

Collins, Thos., 12 to 8 rf 

W. G., 22 m 5 / 

Wra„ \2mSd 

Coningham, Rich.. 29 m 6 </ 

Connell, H., sen., 14/3 o 

Cook, G. L., 8 TO 6 « 

henry, 9/10 rf 

Cooper, Geo., 16 / 10 / 

Cordon, Wra., 26 m 4 c 

Cornwell, J. G.. 25 / 4 tf 

Coulson, Wm., 21/4 /" 

Coupland, J., 19 m 3 c 

Cowell, H. J. and T., S ; 7 b 

Cox, J. A.. 19; 9c 

Coyle, R.. 27/'8 6 

Crake, Geo.. 16 / 14 6 

Crampton, Wm., 14/3 c 

Cranston and Pickersgill, 21 /4 / 

- Crawford & Co., 1 m 6y 

Cressell, Wm., 19 i 9 c 

Cross, Joseph. 25 f A d 

Crouch. Henry, 19 »i 3 r 

Crundwell, James, 30 ; 8 c 

Cuming, Henry, 21/4/ 

Curtis, Henry, 23/ 10 a 

Daggatt, Chas., 2d m 6 d 

Dalgleish. A., 23/ 10 a 

Davunport, W. B., 6 w 12 rf 

Davey, Wm., 2 / 10 c 

Da vies, John, 23 ; 10 a 

Davis, Chas., 6/ 12 c 

W.E., 9^10rf 

Day, Wm.. 29 m 6 ^ 

De Chastelain, A. P., 22 m 5 / 

— - Dean, Geo., 26 /// 4 1* 

\9. 



BankiaptcioB (rnntinued). 

Dennison. Thos.. 25/4 d 

Devinnev, Samu*!, 23i 10a 

Dewar, J. D.. \^ m^( 

Di.uuond. W. F., 9; lOr 

I Dickin^'on. Edw.. 2\ f4 / 

' Dixon. J. 1)., 6/ 12 I? 

Docerell, Wm.. 19 m 3 e 

Dolaro. I. B., 2 > 10 c 

Donaldson. R., 2. m 5 /" 

Dowle, Alfretl 12 m 8 rf 

Down, Wra.. 25 / 4 d 

Dowson. J. H., 9.; 10 c 

Dnimmond. A.. 23 /10 a 

Duckworth. J. H.. 1 w 6 / 

[ Dugdale, Edwin. 9 n$ d 

I Duke, R. J.. 12 r« Sd 

I Duncan. Macgregor, Sm Be 

and Brown, 29 wi 6 d 

I DunconV»e. H. E.. 23 ; 10 « 

1 Dutton, Thos., 9 / 10 rf 

\ Dye and Clark, 12 ra 8 flf 

Dv'on. Benj.. 22 m 6/ 

' Sarah. 25 / 4 rf 

1 Eadon, G. A., 2 A 8 6 

Ealder, H., 2/8* 

• Earp, Wm., lorn 6/ 

Edge. J. W.. 26 iM 4 c 

i Edwards, Chas., 25/4 d 

Edw., 19; 9c 

I John. 29 III 6 rf 

W., 23; 10 a 

I — Eglln. M. and B., 19 w 3 c 

Elliott, A. L., 16; 10/ 

Roscius. 19 ;« 3 c 

Ellison, J. A., 1 5 m 6 / 

I Elsdon. Wm., 21/4./ 

I — Emmett. Geo., 12 ; 10 </ 

! Evans, Mary. 16 / 14 6 

I Everton G. F., 12 »i 8 << 

I Ewart. Shepley. 19 j 9 rf 

Farmer, Thos., hm]2d 

I Farrant. F. G.,6fV2b 

' Fellgett, W. J.. 16 / 14 6 

Fisher, J. S., 26 m 4 r 

I Fontaine, Eugene, 9/10*/ 

' Foreman. Henry, i m \2 d 

Francis. W. P., 12 m 8 a 

Eraser, Geo., 2/86 

French, Henry, 9 flOd 

Gadd, M. M., 25/4c/ 

' Games, Geo., 12 w 8 d 

Garratt, Joshua, 22 m 5J 

i Gayford, R. D., 19 m 3 tf 

Gerrard Paul, 14 /3c 

Gibbs. G. W., 21/4/ 

J. F., 2 / 8 a 

Gilchrist, W., 26 fi f 

Giles, Thos., 6 /'12 c 

Gill. Thos., 9/10 <f— 27/8 b 

Gilpin, J.. 2 ; 10 <> 

Gittens, J. A., 27 / 8 6 

Gledhill. Samuel, 12 m 8 rf 

Goddard, Chas., 25/4 d 

Goldman, Israel, 15 m 6/ 

M. H.. I m « / 

Goodc, Fred., 14/3 c 



March 31, ISSi.] palmer's index to ^' the times" newspaper. 



Ban 



Bankruptciee {cmtmued), 

Goodaian, AlphoDse, 9 j 10 e 

W. H., 8 m 6 rf 

Goodyear, G. H., 19 w 3 c 

Gower and Pettipher, 6 m 12 </ 

Graham, W. S., 26 w 4 6 

Grant, D. J., \2 m ^ d 

J., 2 / 8 4 

Samuel 26/"4d 

Gratton. Darid, 12 m 8 rf 

Greenwood. Andrew. IK fZo 

Griffitha, Pryce, 15 m 6/ 

Grundy, J. S.. 27 /8 b 

Hadfleld, Jahn. 14 / 3 c 

Haigh, T. W., 6 m 12 J 

HalL Ebenezer, 25 / 4 J 

Thoa., 14/3c 

Wm.. 14/ 3 e 

HalUday. H., 27/'8* 

Hamlin, Geo., 6 > 12 6 

Hampshire O. W., 6 m 12 rf 

Hancock. John, 22 m of 

Harper, Jane. 25 / 4 rf ' 

Hardisty, Kich.. 19m 3 c 

Hardy. A. K., 12 miid 

Harris, Fred., 12 m 8 «/ 

Geo.. 19.?9</ 

Harrison, J. W., 12 m 8 (/ 

K. P., !«/ 14 6 

Thus., 25 /id 

Harvey, John, 26 m 4 6 

and Son, 27 /"S 6 

Hascall. Chas.! 22 m 6 e 

HasseU. Henry. 9 / \0 d 

Hastings, 1)., 14 / 3 r 

Haworth. Geo., S m6d 

Hay. Edw.. 8 w 6 </ 

Heath, J. W., <; f]^ir 

Wm., jun., 14 /"S r 

Hellewell. Herbert, 29 m // 

Henderson. James, I) /* 10 J 

Herbert. W., 12 i 10 ./-•.'♦; ; s f, 

Herd and Muilius, 2 f S b 

Ilerrin}<. Thw.. ,i) i 8 r 

FIew»on. (it'o,. 27 / s f, 

Hibbert. ('Un9. 2 S /. 

HigKJn. Kiuh.. >.'> / 4 */ 

IlighfieM, Samuel, 2'J w 7 

- — Hiiichlifife. Frifn>I. i") „ <; / 

Ilincks, Thos., b m \2 '/ 

Hinlon, J. .M.. \>1 / 8 h 

Hirst. Samin.l. 22 m .'> / 

Hilt, Jjiuirs. 2 / H h 

Holden. Thos.. 11) / 1) r 

Hoad. J. C y / 10 </ 

J. C, jua., 25 / 4 d 

Hoadley, John, 14 /'a c 

Hodge. W., 27 / 8 '6 

Hogg, Geo.. 14 /3r 

HoUiday, Mary, 2i) m 6 d 

Hol.n, J., 15 «i 6 / 

Holmes k Co., 12 ;;i 8 d 

Holroyd, Micah, 211 m 6 d 

Hols worth. Joha, 15 m tJ/ 

Rubt,. li w6 /* 

JIop*»ii. A. and W. N., 2G m I c^ 

Uorluu, MfphcMi, Uy ia<; 



BankruptdeB (cwttnued), 

HorHburgh, J., 15 m 6/ 

W., 15 w6; 

Howard. H. A., h m \2 d 

Samuel, 23 / 10 a 

Howlett, Wm.. 22 w 5 / 

— Hughes, John. S m&d 
Wm., 23 ; 10 a 



Humphreys, Chas., 26 w 4 r 

Hunter, R„80j 8 c 

Hurst, Stephen, 16 ; 10 / 

Hutchias. Benj., 15 m OJ 

Imrie, P. K., 14/ 3 c 

Irving. John, 30 ; 8 c 

Ires, W. H.. 6/^12c 

Jacks, Philip, 12 m S d 

Jackson, Geo., 21 / 4 /' 

James, G,W., \2 m S d 

\ Geo., 6 ; 7 /* 

1 Wm., 15 m 6 / 

I Jeakinson. John, 6 /' 12 c 

I Jennings, H. T., 12 /a 8 c/ 

' Jewitt, Wm., 15 « 6/ 

Johnston, F. H., 1 w (5 f 

; Jones, Evan, 12 / Mi d 

, Fred., 26 m 4 n 

Wm.. sen.. 19?9rf 

[ Kean, W., 8 m 15 d 

'. Kcenlisi'Ie, Wm.. 23 ; 10 a 

1 Keiu'hley, Jiuiob. IG /' 14 'i— 29 m fi r/ 

■ Kelly, W. J., 11) m 3 h 

j Kemp. J. A., 12 m6d 

Kennedy, J. F. S.. 6 / 12 fr 

' Kettle, R.. & Co., 30 / 8 c 

I Kidd. J. W., 25 / 4 d 

I Kinch, Chas., \ m H f 

King. Thos., 12 i 10 d 

Wm.. 5/11 12 «i 

Kirkaldy, J. W.. 30 ; 8 c 

Kirkley, J. K. \2m8a 

Kitsoii and Jactk-on, 6 / 12 c 

Kiiowles. Albert, IJ) in 3 c 

Knox, Wm., \2 m S d 

Know-Gore, A. M. L., 14/3 c 

Kritch And Gurlan;!. 19 /« 3 c 

Liick. Geo., b III 12 a 

Lake. Matilda. *'» m 12 d 

and Sloley. I w (» / 

Laker. Walter. ll» m 3 c 

I.«nib, Wm.. 2 f 6h 

Lambet. Edw.. 30 > 8 c 

Lnnrlrock. C. G.. 30./ 8 c 

Lsiurence Geo.. 5 m 12 d 

Lawrie. G.. \2 m 8 ./ 

LiM'kie. WatHo I v't Co., 

Leo. Khviii. .' / > '» 

L'j«ter, Thos. 1 »* >'* f 

Lewin Lsaac. 'l'\ m 4 c 

nnd Welm:in. 15) in -S r 

Lewis W. a., 8 u it d 

Lilly white. F. H., 2.; m 4 c 

Line. Benj.. 6/ 12 '• 

Ling. Arthur. 5 "/ }2 d 

Liltlewood. J. S., 2(i m 4 e 

Lonergan, A. C. E., 19 m 3 c 

Long. T. W.. 2; 10 c 

Longman, Geo., 16 /' 14 b 

c 



12 (i 



IS 



Ban 



PALM Kit*!* IN[)EX TO " THK TfMKS " NKWSI'APKR. 



[Jail. I to 



Bankruptcies {continued). 

Brown and Fowler, 16 /" 14 h 

and Towler, 21 / d f 

Bruckshaw, Benj.. 15 wi 6y 

Burgess. Wm., 27./' 8 h 

Butler, Samuel. 30 j 8 r 

Butterwonh, Wm., 21 f%b 

Byrne. M. M. J., 12;/i 8 d ' 

Camhle. Rich., 2 / 8 A 

Cameron. W., G / 12 <? 

Camm W. G.. 2y fi f 

Campbell, David, 2 / 8 ^ 

G. L., 8 w 6 rf 

J.. 27/8 h 

M.. 15 m 6 r 

- Carbery, Margaret, 6 /" 12 c 

Carnell, Henry, 29 m 6 d 

Carr and Fiell, 30; 8 « 

Canh, Wm., 12 w 8 rf 

Catt, James. 1 »« 6 / 

Catterall, Alfred, 16/U& 

Cauvin. Jeremy, 30 ; 8 e—2j 8 b 

Cecil. G. L.. 19 i^c 

Chamberlain. Thos., 16/10/ 

Chattaway, W. C, 21 / 4y 

Chittick. Samuel. 25 / 4 c/ 

Clark, Clement, 9j 10 d 

F. E., 8 m 6 rf 

Clarkson, Edw., 29 w 6 rf 

-^ — Cliffe, Wm.. 5 m 12 d 

Cloke, Edmund, 26 ; 8 6 

Cole, W.. 1 TO 6 / 

Collins, Thos., \2 m B d 

W. G., 22 in 6 / 

Wm., 12 mSd 

Coningham, Rich., 29 m 6 df 

Connell, H., sen., 14/3 c 

Cook, G. L., 8 OT 6 « 

Henry, 9/lOrf 

Cooper, Geo., 16 ; 10 / 

Cordon, Wra., 26 m 4 c 

CornweU, J. G., 2o fid 

Coulson. Wm., 21 /4 / 

Coupland, J., 19 m 3 c 

Cowell, H. J. and T.. 6 ; 7 b 

Cox, J. A., 19 ;9c 

Coyle, R., 27/'8 6 

Crake, Geo.. 16 / 14 6 

Crampton, Wm., 14/3 c 

Cranston and Pickersgill, 21 /4 / 

Crawford & Co., I m 6 J 

Cressell, Wm., 19 i 9 c 

Cross, Joseph. 25 / 4 rf 

- Crouch. Henry, 1 9 m 3 r 

Crundwell, James. 30 ; 8 c 

Cuming, Henry, 2\ fi f 

Curtis, Henry, 23; 10 a 

Daggatt, Chas,, 2d m S d 

Dalgleish. A., 23 / 10 a 

Davenport, W. B., 6 m 12 c/ 

Davey, Wm., 2 / 10 c 

Da vies, John, 23 ; 10 a 

Davis, Chas., 6 / 12 c 

W. E., 9 ^lOrf 

Day, Wm.. 29 w 6 ^ 

De Chastelain, A. P., 22 m 6 / 

— ^ Dean, Geo., 26 m 4 1- 
12 



Bankiuptcies (continued), 

Dennison. Thos., 25/4 d 

Devinney. Samui'l. 23 j 10 a 

Dewar. J. D.. 19 m>3 « 

Di.iinond. W. F.. 9 / 10 c 

Dickinson, Edw., 21 fif 

Dixon. J. D.. 6 f \2e 

Dogtfrell, Wm.. 19 w 3 <> 

Dolaro. I. B., 2 i 10 c 

Dona Id. son. li., 2- m 6 f 

Dowle, Alfred 12 m 8 d 

Down, Wm.. 2o fid 

Dowson. J. H., 9 ; 10 c 

Drummond, A., 23 ; 10 a 

Duckworth, J. H., 1 »w « / 

Dugdale. Edwin. 9 /" 1# rf 

Duke, R. J., \2wSd 

Duncan, Macgregor, 8 m 6 « 

and Brown, 29 m 6 d 

Duncom»ie. H. E.. 23 ; 10 « 

Dutton, Thos., 9 / 10 rf 

Dye and Clark, 12 m 8 flf 

DvRon. Benj., 22 m 6/ 

Sarah. 25 / 4 d 

Eadon, G. A„ 2/8 6 

Enlder, H., 2 / 8 A 

Earp, Wm., 15 m 6 /" 

Edge. J. W.. 26 m 4c 

Edwards, Chas., 25/4 d 

Edw., 19;9r 

John, 29 TO 6 rf 

W., 23/10 o 

- Eglin, M. and B., 19 w 3 c 

Elliott, A. L., 16 / 10 / 

Roscius, 19 ;« 3 c 

Ellison, J. A., 16 m 6 / 

Elsdon. Wm., 2\ fij 

— Emmett. Geo., 12 / 10 d 

Evans, Mary, 16 / 14 6 

Everton G. F., 12 »i 8 <( 

Ewart. Shepley. 19 j 9 (f 

Farmer. Thos,, nm\2d 

Farrant, F. G., 6 /"12 6 

1 Fellgett. W. J.. 16 / 14 6 

Fisher, J. S., 26 m 4 e 

Fontaine, Eugene, 9/ 10*/ 

Foreman, Henry, 6 m 12 d 

Francis. W. P., 12 m 8 (A 

Eraser, Geo., 2/86 

French, Henry, 9 f \0 d 

Gadd, M. M., 25/4 d 

Games, Geo., 12 m 8 d 

Garratt. Joshua, 22 m 5 / 

Gayford, R. D., 19 m 3 j 

Gerrard Paul, 14 / 8 c 

Gibbs. G. W., 21/4/ 

J. F., 2 / 8 a 

Gilchrist. W., 26/^4^ 

Giles, Thos., 6 /•12 c 

Gill. Thos., 9/10 <f— 27/8 b 

Gilpin, J.. 2j lOo 

Gittens, J. A., 27 / 8 6 

GledhUl. Samuel. 12 m 8 rf 

Goddard, (^has.. 25/4 d 

Goldman, Israel, 15 m 6 / 

M. H.. I m « / 

Goodc, Fred., 14/3 c 



March 31, 1884.] palmer's index to *' the times " newspapbr. 



Ban 



Bankraptciee (conhnued^. 

Goodmao, Alphonse, 9 i' 10 e 

W. H., 8in6c/ 

Goodyear. G, H.. 19 m 3 c 

Gowerand Pettipher, h m \2 d 

Graham. W. S.. 26 m 4 6 

Grant. D. J., \2 m S d 

J., 2./ 8 k 

Samuel. 26 f^d 

Gratton. Darid. 12 w 8 rf 

Greenwood. Andrew, 14 /"S <? 

Griffiths, Pryce. 16 m 6/ 

Grundy, J. 8.. 27 fSh 

Hadfleld. Jehn. U / 3 c 

Haigh. T. VV., 6 m 12 J 

HaIL Ebenezer, 26 / 4 J 

Thoi., 14y 3 c 

Wm.. 14/ 3 « 

Halliday, H., 27 fSh 

Hamlin. Geo.. 6/ 12 6 

Hampshire O. W., 6 m 12 rf 

Hancock. John, 22 m 5y 

Harper, Jane. 25 / 4 rf 

Hardiaty, liich.. 19 w 3 c 

Hardy, A. K., 12 m S d 

Harris. Fred., 12 m S d 

Geo.. 19 j9£/ 

Harrison. J. W.. \2 m S d 

H. P.. U/ 14 6 

Tho«., 25 / 4 ^ 

Harvey, John, 26 m 4 6 

and Son, 27 f%b 

HaacdU. Chas.i 22 w 5 « 

Hasgell. Heriry, 9 / \0 d 

Hastings. D., 14/3 r 

Haworth. Geo., 8 w 6 e/ 

Hay. Edw.. 8 w 6 </ 

Heath, J. W.. <; fVic 

Wm.. jun., 14 /*3 f 

HelleMrell. Herbert. 29 m r. d 

Henderson. James, 1> f U) d 

Herbert. VV., 12 i 10 // -Ji; ) s h 

Herd and Mullins, 2 / h 6 

Herring. Th w.. ;<) i s r 

Hewson. (ii'o.. •>! /K /, 

Hibbert. ChHU. 2 8 /. 

Higj^in. Kich.. 2'. / 4 d 

HighfifM, Sniuuei. T.) n, r, d 

— Hiru-hliffe. Friin.l i."» » <; / 

Hincks, Thos., 5 w I2 '/ 

Hinton, J. M.. 27 / « ^ 

Hirst, Saniiit.l. 22 /w .> / 

iliU, JuinrH. 2 / M h 

Hohlen. Thos.. IH / \) r 

Hoad. J. C. [> / \0d 

J. C. jua., 25 / 4 d 

Hoadley. Joha, 14 /'3 c 

riodge. W., 27 / 8 6 

HoKi^. Geo.. 14 /3r 

Holhday, Mary, 2'.) m G d 

H.il;n. J.. 15 m 6 / 

Holiiies & Co.. 12 /M 8 d 

Holroyd, Micah, 2;) /« 6 cJ 

—— Holsworth, Joha, 15 m 6/ 

Itobt.. \6mB f 

Hop*in. A. and W. X., 26 m i <* 

Uorum, Stt-plien, i)J 10 d 



BankrupteiM (continued). 

ilornburgh, J., 16 m 6/ 

W., 16 w 6; 

Howard. H. A., 5 »i 12 rf 

Samuel. 28; 10 a 

Howlett, Wm., 22 m 6 r 

— Hughes, Jehn. 8 ;* 6 <i 

Wm.. 23 ; 10 a 

Humphreys. Chas., 26 m 4 ^ 

Hunter, R.,30j»c 

Hurst, Stephen, 16 ; 10 / 

Hutchias. Benj., 15 m Cy 

Imrie, P. K.. 14/ 3 c 

Irving. John, 30 ; 8 c 

Ives, W. H., 6/^12c 

Jacks, Philip, \2 m S d 

Jackson. Geo., 21 / 4 /* 

James, G.W., 12 «« 8 <i 

Geo.. 6/7 h 

Wm., 15 m (y f 

Jeakinson. John, 6/" 12 c 

JenningA. H. T.. 12 m 8 c/ 

Jewitt. Wm., 15 //i 6 /' 

Johnston, F. H., 1 m C^ f 

Jones, Evan, 12 i 10 d 

Fred., 26 m 4 r 

Wm.. sen.. 19 j 9 </ 

Kcan, W., 8 m 6 d 

, Keenlisi'le, Wni.. 23 ; 10 rt 

I Keiu'blev, Jjicob. 16/14 '/— 29 m 6 r/ 

' Kelly, \V. J., 19 «i 3 A 

I Kemp. J. A., 12 m 8 d 

I Kennedy. J. F. S.. 6 / 12 6 

' Kettle, H.. & Co.. 30 / .S c 

I Kidd. J. W., 25 / 4 d 

I Kinch, Chas., 1 m <i / 

King, Thos., 12 i 10 d 

Wm.. biH\2 d 

Kirkaldy, J. W.. 30 ; 8 c 

Kirkley, J. K. I 2 m; 8 c/ 

Kitsoii and Jackson, G / 12 c 

Kiiowles. Albert, W) m Zc 

Knox. Wm.. Vlmt^d 

Know-Gore, A. M. L.. 14/3 c 

Krilcb and Garlanl. 19 w 3 c 

Lack. (Jeo., 5 m 12 ti 

Lake. Matilda. ."> m \2 d 

and Moley. I »« <J / 

Laker. Walter, I Ji m 3 c 

Lamb, Wm.. 2 / b 6 

Lrimbe t. K«Iw.. 30 j 8 c 

Lundrock. C. G., M) i 8 c 

Lsuirence Geo.. 5 /w 12 d 

Lawrie (i., 12 m S '/ 

Lerkie. Watso » «^ Co., 5 m 12 tl 

Lee. E Iwm. .' / > > 

Lster, Thos. I '// **. r 

Lewin l.-..ia(:. 2'» m t r 

antl Welinan. lU m 3 r 

Lewis W. B.. s ;» ♦; d 

Lilly white. K. H., 2d m 4 c 

Li..e. Benj.. 6/ 12 '• 

Ling Arthur. 5 »•/ 12 d 

Littlewtiod. J. S., 26 ut 4 c 

Lonergan, A. C. E., 19 m 3 c 

Long. T. W., 2jl0c 

Longman, Geo., 16 / 14 A 

c 1$ 



Pr.n 



PALMEH*S INDEX 79 ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. I t« 



Tai l-.iupt<"ie8 (rontinued). 

Lonigan. .^aiDesi. 9/ 10 d 

Liins<1iik!an(i Hirst. 15 m 6 J 

Ln\M' Francis. 6 ; 7 6 

'll)08.. 5 ; 7 * 

I,<.vMnihHl. Robt.. 15 m fi / * 

Lurlford. W. and J., 2 t iH 

Luff. S. J. T., 12 n,n d 

Lvnch. Peter. 19/9*' 

- - Marintosli. F. H. P.. L'« / 8 
Mackav, A.. 26 ; Hh 

- — K.. y f \0d 

- Mncktrnzie, Lieut-Pol. H., ]2 m > d 
\Lu-kie. K.. 1«/ 14A 

MiK-lean, T. W.. \i fA c 

.Macrae, Alex., 2; 10 c 

I).. iy;9r 

- Makin. J. H., Ifi;' iO/" 

- - Malloch, J.. 26; « h 

- - Manley. Edwin. 2»; m 4 c 

Manninc. Wm. an<l John, 29 m (J d 

Margrreit, Wm.. 12 m 8 d 

Markland. J., Ifi m 6 /' 

Mnrshall. Thos.. 2ri i 8 6 

Martin. W., 12 m 8 r/ 

Turner & Co., 1 2 m 8 /f 

Majiscy. H. F.. 12 mi S rf 

.Mfttiev. John, 8 w <» rf 

- .Mnv. J. v.. <; / 12« 

K(»l>r.. 5 , 7 /; 

.M Donall. AtKlint*. 2fi w 1 r 

Ml'.achran. A. 2<; m 4 r 

M (jri'tf)r ami l*ri' ule, 9 / l«> </ 

M Intvreand Phi-h >In». 2.1 y 10 /i 

M K inlay. J. (i.. 2V< w « // 

MMnhon. F. D. S.. 20 m 4 r 

M Vitie. K.. 12/// ^d 

Merzie*. W. 2i m 5 / 

Mrrrell. Snnuii 1 L'» in Ct f 

.Mii'holl. S. G.. 12 m Hd 

Mil.lloton, A. U. 12 w S d 

— .Millar. 1).. 27 / 8 /* 

Mills. Chas. Ui'n'Ar 

Milner and Newbold, 8 »»» ♦» ./ 

Milward. John. 12 /« 8 c/ 

Mltch(>ll, A., 16 J U)J 

All>ert. .5ot 12 «/ 

C. M., 16/- 14 6 

&ro., 19;9c 

Moflfatt. Alfred. 2 ; 10 r 

Mollieroff. Alphonse, 9 ; 10 li 

Moore Thos.. 6 / 12 r 

Morewood G., 16 » 10 e 

ViorL'an. Wm., 9 f M) d 

Morl'j. J. K., 15 mC, r 

Morris. Rich., 21 f A f 

Morrison, J. 1)., 19j 9 c 

R.. 22 m 5 / 

Moule. Robt., SOj 8 c 

Mounfleld, Geo., 16 / U fr 

Munro, Barbara, \2 m%d 

Mungrove. Samuel, 26m 4 6 

-— N.ish. Jam^P. 2 fHh 

Nj»vc and DenjrUi-. 9 i 10 r 

Nxholas, W. J.,6; 7* 

NichuUon. Thos.. 6/12 b 

^'i(•ol and Son, 16 m 6/ 

14 



Bankruptcies (rofttinued\ 

Nonii. (ieo.. 2 / 8 6 

Noen, Martin, 8 m 6 </ 

No'th, John, 5 ». 12 d 

Ogden. Geo.. 27 /'8 6 

Nathan. 22 ta 5 f 

' Ogno. (laetano, 12 m 8 </ 

' Olire. Wm., 29 m 6 ^ 

! — Orr. J.. 2 ; 10 r 

Oslwrne, Alfre<], 26 ; 8 ^ 

Oslle. WiljoD, 16/ 14 6 

Page, Chaa.. 19; 9 « 

Park, G. and A., 2 f^h 

Parker, F. S. and W. S., 2« m 4 * 

J. W., f) m 12 d 

W. C, 27 f^h 

, Parkhurst, Frank, I mO / 

I Parkin, G. H., 1 w»6/- 

. Patrick, W., 22mhJ 

Payne, F. F., 29 m 6 d 

I Peach. R. A., 29 w 6 rf 

' Pearson. Wm.. 21 f^f 

IVcra. Wm.. 2/8 6 

Ptlham, T. K.. 29 /« 6rf 

Peters. John. 1 m 6 / 

Pevton and Atsop. o j 7 b 

PhUipps. W. G. G., 9/ 10 d 

I I'hilips. F. M., 30 J 8 c 

- Phillips. G. S.. 28 / 10 a 
John. i\\) / 8 e 

, Plant, Geo.. "> m 12 d 

Piatt. Angu.«tus 22 m 5 f 

\ Platts, Henry. 2 / 8 /> 

1 Haxton. Wm.. \(i / 14 f* 

j Player, T. W.. 2 / H h 

Potter. James. 5 f 1 f> 

Wm..9/ 10 </ 

I Potts, Rich.. 22 m 5 f 

, Powill. J. E.,9; 10 r 

.John. 6 w 12 </ 

Pratt. Darid, 12 «i 8 <f 



Price. Geo., 14 / 8 c 
Wm.. 26 m 4 c 



Pringie, C, 8 m 6 d 

Prior. Wm., 12//i8d 

Prifchard. H. F.. 8 /« 6 i 

Prockter, Edw., 2 ; 10 r 

Proffitt, Wm., 6 m 12 rf 

- I'nnslion, Geo., 19 m 3 /: 

Randall. J. W.. 12 m 8 c 

Reynolds. K. J.. 21 J if 

Geo.. 26 ; 8 A 

Jjffriea 14 /*3 c 

.lohn. \6m'6f 



Ki<hard8. John, 26 i 8 A 

— Kuhnnlson. Robt., 2^86 

Richmond. G. F., 27/ 8 6 

Kil.'y. H. L.. 22 m 5 f 

Kini'mer Koht.. 12fn8rf 

Kdherts. E. S. B.. 6 m U d 

Hoherfs. .Joseph. 5 ; 7 fc 

Kohortahaw. Henj.. 29 m 6 d 

l?»>V»rt9on. J. E.. 3(» / 8 c 

J: men 23 i 10 a 

Robinson Ausfu^tua. 30/ 8 r — *J i i 

Hoh!Fi«on. 0. 1).. 27/8 

Geo., 27y 8 *— 1 m 6 / 



Miuxih M, lb84.] falmer^s indkx t*) "the times" NKwsPArER. 



Ban 



Bankruptcies (continued), 

Robinson, John. H ih S d 

Hoj<ero. J. 8., 6/12 e 

Ka8s, T., 6 i 7 A 

Kosaet, Otto. 5 m ]2 d 

Rowe, John, 26 ; 8 6 

Rowell. Kobt., 9 / 10 ^ 

liowland. Joseph. 2 ; . ^ 

KowleT, James, 8 w 6 rf 

Koyle, Geo., a tn \2(i 

RusK*ll, W., 27 / 8 6 

Ryd€, VVnj., 2/86 

Ryder, J. H., 2 MO r 

Sat^r, James, 12 »i 8 4 

i^ainsbury. F. C. B., 1 m (5/ 

SandeU. J. C, 21 / 4 / 

Sanders, I^wrence, *25jid 

Savage, Hugh. 12 w 8 '/ 

lawyer, Robt., 29 m 6 c/ 

Kayles, G. T., 2/86 

Schofleld, Thoa!. 21 / 4 / 

Scott, G. J., a J 12 r 

Suragg, John, 9 ; 10 c 

Sealy, Harry, 14/3 c 

Seaton, H. F., 12 m 8 »/ 

Seinple, Chas., SQjBe 

Shrikespear, Thos., 6/ 12 6 

Shand. J. A. B., 12 m 8 c 

ShHfkey, J., 6 j 7 * 

^ Sharp. A. J., 26 m 4 c 

Sharpe, J. K., 30 / 8 c 

Shaw, G. H., 8 m 6 d 

Sheard, Fatchett. \2 mS d 

Shield. H. P., ao ; 8 <r 

Shillioglaw, James, i mB f 

Shilion. James, 21 / 4y 

- Simnionda, Fred, 23 ; 10 m 

Simmons, E. W., 6 /* 12 c 

SimpKon Julius, 27 / 6 6 

& Co., 1 »« 6 / 

SJms Herbert. 14 /a c 

Sizer, Eljsha, 26 m 4 c 

Skey. F. C. 21 / 4 /— 25 /id 

Skmner, J., 1 w 6 / 

SUick. John, 30 ; S c 

Skter, Samuel, dm 12 // 

SleFin, Francis, 12 /« 8 d 

Smale, Joha, 6 w 12 rf 

Rich., Uiif6/" 

Smith, A. M., \2mSd 

A. G., 21 J 4/ 

John. 2« ; 8 *— 6 f 12 e^2d m^d 

Fercival. 22 m 6 / 

Robt.. 23 i 10 SI 

— ^ Sidney, 16/14 4 

1 hos.. 5 ; 7 a— 26 m 4 ^ 

Snape, Samud. 29 m 6 </ 

SneU. J. W., 5 / 7 i 

Snowden, Robt., 5/76 

S^ftley. R. T.. 15 m 6/ 

Soper, J<^n, 26 ; 8 6 

Sovrerby. Fhillp, 9 ; 10 « 

Spaltoa, W. E., 14 fZ e 

Speak, W. and J., 2/ 8 6 

BpeddiBg, Wm.. 16 1 10 /* 

Speed, R. D., 19 m 3 * 

Spehnao, U. J.. 22 m 5 / 



Sflknkruptdes (i\>ntinued). 

Spencer. Hester, 22 m o/ 

Stalker. U. D., 1 w 6 / 

St irk. J.. 6/'12r 

Steenberg, Otto. 15 w 6 /* 

Steiuhridi?e and Wood. 22 m 5 / 

Stent iford. K. (1. 6 / 12 c 

Stephenson, Walter. 25 / 4 cC 

Stewart, A., 2 / 10 r 

W., 19 m 3 r 

Stockton, Robt.. --'3 / 10 <i 

Stone, H. H., 25 /4d 

Stones, Joseph, 12 »i 8 // 

Storey, James, 26 ; 8 6 

Storry. W. A., 25 / 4 rf 

Strand, R. F., 21 / 4/ 

Stratton. John, 9 / 10 c 

Stuart, J., 6/ 12 c 

Stubbs. Chas . 5 m 12 d 

Sturgeon, J. J.. 30 / 8 <? 

Summers, John, 5 m 12 d 

Thos:, 23 7 10 a 

Sutdiflfe, Robt., 2 i 10 c 

Swain, Elijah, 2/86 

SwainstOH, Kdw., 25jid 

Syer. John, 22 w 5 / 

Svkes, Robt., 21/4 f 

Symon. W. E., 1 w 6 /' 

Tatum, Geo., 26 / 8 6 

Tnylor, Albert, 21 / 4/ 

Edw., 26 /« 4 r 

Henry, 16/14 6 

John. %J 12 € 

Kobt., 26 m 4 € 

Temple, Edw., 26 m 4 6 

Terraoeau. C. G. E., 21 / 4 / 

. Thomas, Edw., 22 M 57 | 

Thomas, Walter. 12 »'8 rf 

Tbompson. Fred., i ; 7 6 

and Maxwell. 2il m 6 d 

Thomson, D. D., 3«t j 8 c 

Thorley, Geo., l\i m 3c 

Thrift. G. 1)., 9; rf 

Thumwood, Chas., 15 md f 

Tindal, A., 14/ 3 c 

Tiusley, Francis. 5 w 12 rf 

Tipping, Waiu».r, 5) ; 10 c 

ToUey, J. W.. 6 m 12 d 

Tonkin. Wm., 30 j 8 c 

Torry, G. K.. 9 ; 10 c 

Toulson, J. T., 26 M 4 c 

TowDsend, E. J., 15 w < f 

James, 22 m 5/ 

Truman, John, 14 / 8e 

Turnbull, G. S.. 9/10 d 

Tye, Wm.. 5 ;a {2d 

Tyler, Joseph, 27/8 6 

UnderhiU, John, 5ml2d 

Underwood, B.S., 2/8 * 

Ventura. Eieazer, 16 m 6 / 

Vivian, W. W., y / \0 d 

Wain man, Wm., 26 m 4 e 

.— — > Wakelin, John, IS m 6/ 

Walker, J. H., 9; lOtf 

R., 25 / 4 rf 

Wallace, Geo., 12 j 10 d 

J.. 16 « 6/ 



Ale 



PALMEaS INDEX TO ** ZAZ TIMES NEWBPAI'ER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ak'Xtiii.l.a Park. Public Vfeetinjf at. Ut Preven^ 
its hii'ing SoM for B ml. ling Purposes. 2\ / U '' 
-28 / 4 / 

Nok.s em. K 7 10 e— 2»7 2 e 

Al^eri'i - Kiu'htmg in. 7 / o e 

l'l<)i»ds in, 10 m 6ft ' 

N»'\v« about. 2(> f 5 d ' 

Pof>ulHtion Return, 18 / 6 / 

Al(;eri:tn Land. 1 iSu 

All llnllows, Barkinjr. 4 ; ft A— 10 i 6 A 
Allen ' I'. H.) on Chnies- (.^tirtlon. 22 » ft A 

Sfe8 Chinese Gordon off to the C\mij»o, IH 

J C* 'i 

on the Europeans at Khartoum^ 11/8/; 

on the Situation of Kg;. |»t. '4 / o /' 

— on Slavery in Kjrrpt, \2 i \0 c 

Alliance Iiriti!«h and Forei^rn Life and Fire 

Assurance (Company. 'A m \\ b 
Marine Assurance C'nmpany, 17 ; II A— 24 

; 1 1 e I 

Alsace Lorraine, German University at Strnsbur^ 

Kstnblishcd, A j A a 

Policy of the Vicengent, 3 / 3 rr— *J4 ; 5 t 

Amnlu»mated Hriiisli Seamen** Protection 

Socidv. Special Meeting. 8 m <>.i 
AMEBIC A— UNITED STATES :- 
Ahjicoiiding Clerk**, Arrested. 15 w 7 / 

Appointments, lit / .") e 

Au'itralian VV'o4»l First Cj»r;:o of Uoavh?* 

Boston. 'J7 the 

Baikinjr in, '-'7 /".^ '/--29 ( :> ^ 

Brooklyn, Baiuiuct to Indv iMidrnt Repuh- 

liean.s in, 25/f#« 
' Bureau of Animal liidu*try. Proposal to 

Kstablidh. I / 3 c 

— Case of Col. Xnnez, 30 ; 5 »• 

ot O'Dounell, 'i:\ r 7 e— :u , 5 ^/— 2^ / ( f 

CMttle l>is«'!»se in. 2t> t h d 21/5 fi—2^f 

7 «- *J5 / •> r — I m 7 <» -3 m ♦> -/ — H »i .*» /— ?* m 
7 d— 10 w »> U — 13 w ft r — 15 m 7 ^— I 7 /w 6 « — 
; 9 iw 5 -i— 20 m 5 </— 22 m 7 d 24 m .'» / 

. Mtftting about. I.; m 6 e 

Chicago Grain Market, 2U in 7 // 

Cincinnati Juries aiid their LiKhc Verdicta, 

Rioting ta 31 m 6 « 

■ a Murderer all hut Lynched. 31 m 5 e 

Colert<lge \^Lord) in America. 16^ 4 d 

. College in Rome. 31 m 6 ^ 

Congress— Proceedings in. $ ; 5 *— 11 i 7 o 

—16 ; 6 / — 21 ; 5 /— 23 ; 6 <: & d-M / 5 c— 1 

/6e-2 /5«-«/ft^/-i3 / 6 6—21 fhd-TA 

f 7 d— 2«> /5 <^ — 1 i« 7 d-'6 m 6 r &' «/— 6 m 5 

c— 7 m 5 fi— la m 7 e— 19 m 5 </— 21 ;ii 5 c 

— i> Banking Business, 7 ; 6 a — 31 ; d c 

Foreign Affairs ia. 24 j 6/ 

Qreely Arc:ic Expedition Relief Bill 

Fassed, 26 ; 6 c— id / h 6—15 / 5 6 
. EngUod's Contribution Towards, 23 f 

7 c— 27/6S— 28A6« 
New Bankniptcy Law Demanded ^f, 18 

J 5 e 

Belief of Ameiican Shipping, 9/5 rf 

Retaliatory Measures against France and 

Germany. 9 ; 6 ^ 
Tariff RedwetioQ Bill, 8 m 7 c— 12 m 5 e 

—22 m 7 <f— 27 « fr 4 



America . n^ntitiwd). 

(.'umiiKTciai News. \ i o f' 

Cotton Mdlsin Mansachusetts iCun Hilf- 

time, 30 ; 6 r 

and the (^on«o, 11 » 8/i 

Copyrijiht Question in, 6 /*6 « 

- OevAsse at th* Davis Plantation Enliiiigiag. 

11 IN 5 ^ 

(>clones in. Calamities from, 28 m 5 « 

Debt o( Viiginia. I m 14 a 

M. Delmonico Rea)me8 Insane from h.* 

Losses and is Found Dead in the Woods, 15 
) 5 « 

Diplomatic* Xews. \9 j 7 f 

Mr. Dukes Rdled by Mr. Nutt. for Seducing 

hi* Sister and Murdering his Father. Trial and 
Aquitul, 23j 5 c 

Dynamite Outrages. Circular of ilk* 

President to Suy the Shipment of Exploaivu, 
1dm 5/ 

Klections, 21 ; 6/— 21 y 5 rf 

Emmet 8 Birth. AHniversary of, Celebrated 

by Irishmen, 5 w 7 « 

and Knijland. 23/7^ 

Rxploiiives Exported to England. Congres* 

Called on to Forbid, 4 m 6 c — < m 5 / 

Fxport Returns, 1 ;6tf— 27 /5s 

KxiM)rt9 of Bread Stuffs. 18 ; ."> f 

F;nlu»-oj». Iteturn of the Number of during 

the P:i>l Year, 1 ; .'. / 

Fiscal Statistii'* of. 24 j .» /* 

Vive Bandits Hanged at Tombstone, 31 m 5 ^ 

FltK>ds in, 7/5 e—H f 5 «— IJ / 5 r — 1 1 / i 

f — ]'2f ne~\:i < 5 A-14 < « A— 15 / 5 A— If. r 
7 //— -18 / a u — \9 f 5 'Z-^') / 6 f/— 25 / 6 u-- 
26 /* 6 f— 10 m 5 f — 13 m .'» «— 24 m 5y— 2li m 
56 

^— Damage done bv. 16 / 7 </ 

the Whole VilUj^e of Alhalia Swept 

Away by. 16 / 7 rf 

Ford's ///Wi Wmld Emergency Fund for 

Dynamite Operations, 2() i a r 

Foreign Exhib.u<m, in Boston, Cloeed. a 

Failure. 14 f 6 f> 

Four Great Canals in. 1 6 /* 4 a 

Gales and Wrecks, 11 ; 5 < 

German and Bohemian Socialists, Meetini^ 

in New York to Advocate Murder and Aasas«- 
ination, \2 f b d 

and Germany, 18/6 6— 28/5<— 1 m 7 d — 

10 m 6 6— 19 //I 6« 

Grain Markets. 14 / 6 6 

Goods Uncleared from Bonded Wareh«^u<<.»* 

after 3 Years te be Coosidered Abaudoned. lo 

J Bff 

Horse Stealing in Minnesota, 11 Mv*i 

Hanjjctl for, S / 5 « 

iniinigrant Returns for January. 18 / € i» 

immigration in Massachusetts, $j ^e 

Indian Conflicts, 11 ; £ « * 

*' IroncUd Oath ** Vote to Abolish, 23 ; 5 ./ 

Henry Irving Closes his Engagement ^t 

Brooklyn, 7/5 / 

in Boston, 27 / 5 c/ 

the Chicago Press on, 9 > C A 

Receipts in Chicago, 16 ; 5 * — 19 f h U 

~ Labour Societies, Meeting of, 14; 6 a 



March 81, 1884.] 



PALMKR'S index to ** TIIE TIMBS" NKWSfAPltK. 



Am 



America (continued), 

Le^{ Tender Case in, 4 ^ 3 d—i m5 d 

L4>SM9 by J" ire in. lfi;5 fi 

Man and his Wife at Ouray, Convicted of 

ihe Murder of a Child, Lynched by Marked 
Men. 21 7 fl a 

Mannfacturefl in. 23/5 a 

Martyrs and O'Donnell Defence Fund, 9 

/r>«? 

and Mexico. \6 j 5 «— 17 / 6 c— 19 / 7 •/"- 25 

; 6 < 

MiiKKllaneous News. 10 7 5«~4/6/— 17 

TO € 6—27 m o e— 29 m 7 d 

Murder of Two Brothers ia Arkansas, 12 

/5c 

Museum in New York, Rise and Progress 

of, 26 ; 2 e 

a Ni-gto. his Wife and Adopted Daughter 

Murdered by another Negro to Tell to the 
Medical Colleae. 25 / 6 r 

New Tariff, h / 5 / 

York Bank and the Treasury, 27 / a e— 

28/5 e 

— the City Chamberlain Absconds, llj 5/ 

Speculation in. 18 ; 4 c 

City, Statistics of, 14 w 4 a 

Union League Club, Reception by 

given to the President, 25 / 5 e 
Oldest Town in the Union- Yel<'ta, ](l /'5c 

fork Packers Apply for Ketalitory 

Measures agiinist Germany and France, 15 / 6 A* 

Parnell (C. S.) Purchases his Mother's 

House for his American Residence, 20 m 5 d 

Payments in Silver. 29 / a b 

Porter (Gen. Fitzjohn) Heinstated in the 

Army. 9 ; 6 A— 4 / 5 c— 14 w 6 « & / 

Press on the Dynamite Doings in England, 

3 m6 b 

Public Debt, 1 j 6 «— 3 j 3 rf— I /5 <5-4 / 

5 «— I «f 9 « 

Itnilway News. 4 ; 6 « 

Sale of the War Material Intended for 

Hayti «/.> rf 
^»dver Coinage in. 29 m 6 e 

8hipmeMts of Specie from, 28 t bf 

Southern Prisons. ^M) i f» h 

Spinners Union at Fall Uiver Decides to 

Strike Work 2 / 6 /— 4 fb t-bj b e 

Mills Closed, 1 1 / 5y 

Stock Market, 24 ; 5 /•-29 ; 6 a-80 f 6 e 

Theatrical News, 7 ; 5/-16 > h d-\l j b J 

— 8 m 6 c 

Tornadoes in, 22 / 5 ^—26/6 c 

-^- 1 reasury Bonds, 1 7 ; 5 « 

and Turkey, 29 / 6 / 

Villard ( Henry ) (Condition of. 8 ; 8 rf 

Loss of his Great Fortune, 8 ;' 8 rf 

and the Northern Pacific Railway, %) Zd 

Notice about, 4 ; 5 e 

Whale Fishery, XT j b e 

W(»men Suffrage, H m S f 

Woriil'a Exhibition at New Orleans, 10 m 6 6 

Rules and ReguUttona for, 81 m 8 6 

Wyoming Territory Ten " Prospeoton " 

Lost in, 11 mbd 

American Futniture Trade, 16 /*4 5 

jBTeBtment Trust Compaoy, 21 m 11 tf 



American Iron and Steel Assaciation Report, 8 

Lecration, 4 / 9 /* 

Neckfl. 4/44 

Poi k Question. 11 f « a—\7 j be & «— 28 ; 

5 /— 7 / o e—2H / 5 f-^S m6d 

Shipping Kill. 23 ; in d * 

Stocks and .^^liaies. 22 / 10 <f 

Ancient Ecclesia<i«cal Embroideries, 8 m 9«--25 

m 4 a 
Tapestry, the Derbv Corporation on, 13 w 

6/i 
Anderson (Miss Mary^ and a Friend give a New 

Years Dinner to 200 Dcttiitute Boys in the 

heven Dials. 2; 9 / 
Anilorre, Republic, Sentences and Executions in, 

« / 6 e—S / 5 / 

Miscellaneous News, 6 « 5 /"— I? m fid — r.» 

m 5 4 — 21 Mb c— 24 rn « a— 28 w 5 </ 

Andrew ^W. P.) Memorial to Thomas Waghorn, 
15 m bf 

Andrews (Kev. W. R.) Recent Sunsets and Vol- 
canic Eruptions, I5j 8 c 

AnoBSthetics. Note on, 3t) / 8 r 

Anglo- Ainercian Brush Electric Light Corpora- 
tion, 7^11 r— 20./ 11 c— 28/11 c 

Land Mortgaj;e and Agency Company, 2fi; 

\\ U—\/ \\ (i& e 

Arglo-Spanish Convcntien, 2 ;' 6 a 

tte£ Spa IK 

Anni'Rley (Liord) on the Nationalist Press in 

Ireland. 14 / 8 A 
j>n the Prohibited Nat'onal League Meeting 

ar (^a^^tiewd'an. 25 / 7 ^ 
Anihiopological Institute, Annual Meeting, 23 j 

7 U 
Antiquitii's of Taplow, 8 j if 
Arabi in Columbo. 31/66 
Pasha, Mr. Eve's Lecture on. 19 / 8 /* 

Miscellnneoiis News, 19/6 d 

An'baeological Purvey of India, 17 in 10 6 
ARCHES, Ac. COURT :— 

re I hri<t • hurch, Westminster. 15 y 3 c 

re St. Paul's. Hammersmith, lb i b d 

Arctic Exploration of the United States, 21^6 6 

— 6 HI 3 e 

Siberia, Lecture on. 9/4 /" 

Armenia, Notices about, 18 m 5/— 22 mid 

Reforms in, 26 7 5 i^ 

Armenian Patriarch, 21 / 6 s 

Armitage(V. K.) on Lord Hartington's Politica^ 

4/7./ 
Armitt (Capt. R. H.) Machine Guns in the Field, 

5;4 6 
Armorial Bearings, Sir John Bennett Fined for 

not Paying the Duty on, 19/11 e 
Armourers and Braziers* Company, 12 / 7 6 
Armstrong, Mitchell & Co. (Limited), 22/ 11 h 

—10 m 11 6 
Army and Navy Ce-Operatire Society, 29 m 11 e 

Hotel, 24 m 11 e 

Arnold (Arthur) at Accrington, 29 / 1 1 / 

on the Cattle Disease. 15 / 7 6 

— — at the Salford Liberal Association, Annual 

Meeting on the Import of Cattle, 31 ; 11 « 
(A J.) Swedish Declaration Concaming tho 

Shrangelicml AUumeii, 20 m 4y 

T 



Am 



PALMEH 8 IMDRX TO " THK TIMES " NBWftPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 t0 



-24 m 



i\n:old (Mntiliew) on Emerson, 22 m 10 e 

4 c 
Lecture on " Numbers " in Milwankee, 

23 / 6 c 
/ ! iioia- Forsler (H. O.) Quia Tulerit Oracchos 

«le Sedition! Querentet, 2o/7 e 
Art ICxfaibitions, H f B a 

Sales, 11 wi3a— 19 m 4 /— 21 m 10«— 24 m 

7 c/— 29 m 12 6 

for Schools Association, 8 ; 6 o 

Union ni J^ondon, 16 / 10 c 

Work in TerTR-Cotta, 10 m 9 e 

Artizans* Labourers' and General Dwellings Coni- 

pHuy. A m \\ e — 6 mile 
and Labourers' Dwellings, in Petticoat 

Square. Laving the First Stone of, 24 j 6 e 
Ash- Wednesday Services. 28/ 12 b 
Ashmeii<l-Bartiett(K.) on the Egyptian Problem, 

8; 7e 

nt Eye, on the State of Egypt, 24 / 10 a 

oil the Stale of Egypt, 6 j 4 / 

A>bi(>n Algernon) on his Recital at Mr. Joneses 

Studio, *l J 1 c 
Aj»ia Minor. Exploration in, 21 m 3 <f 
Aiiatic Micii'ty of Bengal, (^elebrates its C'en- 

lenary, 21 ; 5 a 
A'isani Hailwnys and TrMding romi)any, 24^* 1 1 b 
Assets Company, 7 m 11 ti 
Ansociated Chambers of Commerce, Annual 

Meetings, 15 ; 6 6—20 J \ I /— 21 /6 rf-22 / 

iO/ 

Notice about, 27 /"S « 

A«>ofiutk)n of Public Sanitary Inflpcctors, Meet- 
ing, 8/11 t. 
of the >Ti?sion ITonies for Y(tung English 

Women in rari«. Annual letin^, 28/5 b 

— for the Uc'lief of British Sul»jVcts in Bt-rUn, 

2.'> / 5 d 
Assyrian Antiquities at (he British Museum, 19 

1 lie 
A«sle ( John') City of London Grain Duty, 25/7 

*/— 28 / 8 fc 
A»»ton ^■f.1mes J,> on the Mairini-juial CnU'os 

Bill, 2(i I \K) d 
on X\\9 Monopoly <»f the Bar. 10 / 10/ 

on ine New I'alciit Act. Ij 2 / 

(T.; on the New Patent Act, 2 / 3 a 

Astronomy and the Electric Li:;ht, 28 m 10 r 
Athenaeum Club, Election of New Members, \Z 

t 7 e—$m 10 c 

Annual Dinner, 9 / 9/— 16 / 11 o— 21 fGu 

Atlantic First Leased Lines Rental Trust Com- 
pany, 14/ 11 <i 
AUSTRALIA: — 

Annexations Proposed, 25 / € c 

Exploration in Central, 6 / 3 o 

Exportation of Gold to, 22 ; 11 c— 24; 11 b 

Indebtedness of the Colonies, 6 m 1 1 / 

— Intercolonial Conference at Sydney, 19 ; 16 
a— 24/7 « 

Bill Finally Passed fw Federation of the 

Colonies, 25> 10 a 

Irish Meeting in Melboame, S j i b 

" Nationalists in, 6 i h e 

Labour and Wages in, 16 /"S c 

Legislative Proceedings, 5 / 2 e 

'— Parnell (— ) Letter to the Irish la, 1 / 10 « 
8 



Australia (cmittnued). 

i'arkes . Sir Henry) Address at Glasgow oo 

the Pre^ient and Future of the Colooies erf, 27 

/ 8 r/-19m 10 a 

Public Debt, 5/2 « 

aee also New South Wales— N«w Zea- 
land — Victoria— Qceekslawb, &c. 
Australian Mining Companies, se« Miirixo 
Agricultural Company, 6 f 11 d—9 J 11 d 

J ominion, Mr, Smith's Paper en, 15/4 e 

Relief Party, Supposed to hare been Mas- 
sacred, 9 ; 10 rf 

and New Zealand Mortgage Company, 19 

TO II <•— 31 m 11 r 

Australasian Electric Light Power and Storage 

Company, It) ; 11 </— 31 m 11 c 
AUSTEIA :— 

- Amba$«sadur*8 Dinner, 1 / 5 « 

Annual Art Exhibition at Viensa, tht 

Emperor Opens, 1 7 m 5 d 

Anti Socialist Decrees in. 15 f ab — 15 / 7c 

Appointments 4/6 c— 16 ; 5 fc— 28 foe 

Archduke John's Repeating Rifle, 24 n 5 c 

not Archduke John but Archduke Charles 

Salvator, 25 ui 5 b 

Arrest <if an Anarchist In Vienna, 3 m 6 c 

of a Merchant, 15 »i 7/" 

Arrests 2 / ,*> e 

Attempt on thti Life of another Policeman 

in, 1 1 / 5 e 
Biography of tho Archduke Ch^rlea in 

Preparation, 19 m 5 6 

Hiid;4('t. r.> '// 5 -/ 

Case of Hugo >chenk for Murdering Four 

Girls uffcr Ohtnini ^' iheir Money, 11 ; 5 / — 
12 ; 5 c/~i4 ; 5 tV-14 ; 6 '' — 15 »*5 e — IS ; 5 c 
— 19 ; 7 r— 13 /// 5 ^ - 1 "* « 7 .i — 19 m 5 «— 21 
TO 5 // 

of Stelltnachor. U /' 5 « 

Cattle Disease iti. 21 / 5 r— 31 i 5 * 

Chioggia Fishericj* Q jcstion, 20 m Rb 

Court Ni»ws, 2 ? 5 ''—15/5 c- 17 ) o 6 — 24 

J ."i A - _•.»•/ .") »{—M) , 6 '■/ -i» / 5 r— 12 /*5 6 — 16 
f 11 ^--IS / 5«-22 / 5fc— 25 / 5 /'— 26./ 5 5— 
.j7 / :, , —5 ,n 7 r— 10 to-5 /— 13 w 5 e— 18 m 5 
b —2'.) w 7 c 

C hristening of the Archduke Charles 

Srtlvfiior's Daiij^hter. 2(> ^5 /* 

Court Balls at Vi.nna, 31 ; 5 />— 28 f B c 

Emperor Vi*iis the New Houmcs of Parlia- 
ment. 8 / 6 '• 

Crwwn Princess Attacked by Measles, 14 

; 5 d— 1 5 ; 5 r— I K / o c 

Health of. 17 ? 5 A 

Visits one by one the BenevoleQt 



Institutions of the Capital, 11 j 6 c 
State Dinner, 22 m 7 c 

Culinary Art Exhibition at the Horticultural 

Society's OHlces, 7 ; 5 «— 8 ; 5 r— 9 ; 5 e 

Defen<;e and Relief of Vienna in 16S3, 

Memorial to Commemorate, 25 m 5 b 

Diplomatic News. 1 ; 6 d—A i 5 c — 5 j 5 4 — 

9 ? 5 ^— 1 2 / 5 rf— 21 j 6 a— 25 / 6 «— 1> to 5 caf — 
12 M 5 / 

l)i«':raceful vScne in the Church of St. John 

in KepK*r square in Vienna, Ij 5 d 

Dug bhow at Vienna, 25 m 5 b — 27 m & 6 



March 81, lb84.] 



PALUER S INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



Ban 



AiiBtria (rontimied). 

Dynamite Explosion at the Vienna Police 

Station, 16 ; 6 6 

hducHtion EBtimates in Debate, 21 m 5 6 

and the Egyptian Indemnity, 31 m G m 

Estimates. 26 m 5 a 

Farewell Festivities to Herr Lordwig Tisza, 

1 ,' 5 rf— 2 ;■ 5 6 

- — Favoriten Charch Riot, 19/ 7 c 
and France, *J2f5k 

Gallmeyer (Josephine) the CoMic Singer, 

Serious Illness of , 2 / 5 c — 4 / 5 r 

German to be the State Language, 25 j 5 c 

__26f 6 6— 28 J 6rf i 
and Germany. 28/5 d— 8./« 7 o | 

and Russia. 21 / S « 

Giesl Mill and the Volpini Mill taken Fos- , 

session of by the Committee, Ijbd I 

and Greece, 19 m 5 6 | 

Hurricane in Southern Dalmatia, 19 ; 7 / I 

Improvement of the Ports of, 6m 6 d \ 

and Italy, AjB e—5 i b k— 25 ; 6 rf— 29 ; 5 ' 

€-30? 5 f— 31; 6 6— 4/ fie— 6/ 5 c— 26/6 6 | 

—26/5 b 

Italy and Russia, 16 ; i c 

and the Vatican, 16 ; 6 r 

Ladies Order of the Star and Cross, 

Requiem Mass for the Founder of, 7/6 d-^ll 

fbd 

Legislative Proceedings, 15 ^' 6 r— 23 j 5 6 

—24 ; 6 6— 29> 5 ^/— 30 ; 5 6—2 / 6 c-4 fbc 
^B /bc^S f br—7j6 rf— 11/6 d— 13/5 6 
—14/6 e— 20 / 6 6—21 ./ 6 6—26 / 6 /—I m 
7 tf— 14 m 6 e— 26 m 6 a— 29 tn 7 c 

Mass Meeting of Working Men in Vienna, 

8j6/ 
Military Manoeuvres at Pozleinsdorf, 20 m 

56 

Duelling in, 8/ 4 / 

News, 7 1 6 «— 19'; 7 e 

Miscellaneous News, 3/3 6—6 ;" 6 6—9 j 6 

e— 28 m 6 c 
Mnrdcr of a Son by his Father to Save him 

from Starving. 1 9 ; 6 e 
Murder*»rs of Herr von Majlath, Case of, 

16;6 6— 21>6c 
Sentence of Death on the Murderers, 22 

/6 6— 23/ 7 6— 25/5/ 

New Town Hall of Vienna, 16/6 c 

Printing Office of Herr Jacobi Scaled up 

by Government, 2/ 5 c 

Proclamations to the Proletariate, 26 /*€ 6 

Railway News. 9 7 6 e 

Recruiting in. 3 ; 3 6—9 ; 6 « 

Right of Trial, by Jury. 2/ 5 c— 16 /6 c 

Robbery at the Post Office of Pesth, 8 ; 6 / 

—10; DC 
and Roumania, 25 ; 5 s- 6 / 6 c— 26/ 6 6 

Search of the Murderers of the Detective 

Bloch, 29 > 6 e -30 j 5 c— 31 / 6 6-2 / 6 0—6 
fbc 

Funeral of the Murdered Man, SO j b ' 

and Servia, 22 to 7 c 

Snow in, 16> 6 « 

Socialists in, 14 m 6 « 

Spintualism in, 7 m 6 <; 

Switzerland and the Anarchists, 6 m 6 (/ 



Austria {continued) 

the Szegedin Catastrophe, Anniversary 

Celebration of, 13 mi 5 e 

Herr Tisza at Vienna. 22 ; 5 a— 23 ; 5 c— 

24 ) 5 6- 16 / 7 «— 25 m 5 6—26 »i 5 a 

Herr Tomasi Arrested at Trieste with Six 

of his Pupils for Irredentist Intrigues, 15 y 6 « 

Tour of the Crown Prince, \'l mb d — 16 m 

7 e — 22 m 7 c 

Trial of Josephine Elderfor Stealing, 9/3 rf 

of Edmond Neminar for Fraud, see 

Criminal Trials 

of the Rioters before the Tnghlatt, \2 fbc 
' of Dr. Rosenbnrg for Killing Count 



Batchy any in a Duel, 23 / 6 <^ 
of Socialists, 24 ; 5 e 



at Trieste, a Bombshell Exploded before 

the Residence of the Governor, 19 m 6 6 

and Tunis, 13 / 6 6 

and Turkey. 22 / 6 a -7/6 «— 29 m 7 c 

Two Bricklayers Arrested for Socialism, 17 

jbd 

Universities in, 10/46 

— Vienna, Legacy of a Master Mason to the 
Town, 2/56 

University Forward a Congratulatory 

Address to the Edinburgh University on ita 
3rd Centenary. 20 j b d 

Austrian Embassy 2 f9/ 

French Convention, 8 w 7 6 

A ustro-German- Italian Alliance, S j.S d 
Austro- Hungarian Embassy, 10 ; 6 rf— 12y9/— 

21 76a 
Aylesbury Dairy Company. 2 ; 11 </— 19 y 13 e 

— 21 / 11 c— 3 7n 11 6 
Ayoob Khan's Movements, 25/10 a 
Aysgarth. Ruins of, Notes on, I / 5 a-^bj 6/— 

23/4 d 

Notice about, 26 / 6 rf 

Aztec Writings, Father Soto Discovers a Key to, 
31 ; 5 c 

B. 
Bach Choir. 27 w 6 c 
Bacnish, Imperial Decree on, 19 / 13 /" 
Bagwell {R.^ on the Decorative Art in Ireland, 

16; |2r— .HO /4/ 
Bahia Central Sugar Factories. 24 i 1 1 s 
Bail y (G. H.) on Ansesihetics. 30/8 c 
Bakehouses. Sanitary Condition of, 3 / 3/ 
Baker (J. G.) Paper on Potatoes, 21 j 4 / 
(Saml. White) on General Gordon*s Mission, 

31 j4 6 

on ♦he Soudan, 1/4 6—11 /8a 

Bnllantine (W.) on Statements by Prisoners, 5 

i 10/ 
Balloon and Popular Science Society, Lectures 

before, 5/76 

Socii'ty. I *apers Read before, 19; 8/— 28 ; 

5 A- 31 ;/J i> / 

Baly r Archdn. ) English Church in India, 8 ; 4 a 
Dan bury & Sins, on the Barnslcy Kit 11 way, 21 ^ 

116" 
Bank Holiibiv. Alleged Drnnkcnness on, 4; 8 ^ 

and the* Post Office, 31 ;/i 4 / 

Bankers' Institute, Meeting of the Members, 18 



Ban 



PALMKIl 8 IHDBZ T* ** THV TIMES nWSPAPXB. 



[Ja 



1 to 



BANKING: — 

Adelpiii. IA7 11 • 

Liverpool, 8 ; 8 * 

of Africa, 1 m 15 a-^lim llo— 27fli 11 e 

AuvA, ly m 11 c 

Alliance. -i ; 8 ^-12 ; 11 *— 10^ la « 

Anjrlo-Au«triRn, 2^ w 11 a 

Aitglo-CHlifurnian, 26 / 11 a — 6 m 11 c 

Anjflo-Koreijrn Banking (^ompany, 12 / He 

Anglo- Koreiffn, 21 /'ll c 

Anglo- Servian, 21) m \3a 

Australian. 16 7 11 a— 22 ; 11 6—28 ; U « 

Joint Stock, 5/11 *— 6 w 11 A 

Bank of Australasia, 7 m 11 a— 24 m 11 a 

—31 Mile 

of Bengal. 11 ; 11 6—22 > 11 a 

o£ Bonibay 10/11 6—23 ; 11 • 

of Briti8h Columbia, 25/11 a 

North America, 15 nt 18 a 

of Egypt, 26; 11 a— 2 f il 6— 16 /"IS d 



of England, Average Stock of Bullion 

held by. 30 ; 1 1 6 

Electric Lighting in, 19/ 10 / 

- Importsand £z(>orts of Precious Metale, 



tee each Weekly lieiurn, unner MoNST Maskbt 

New Cashier, 22 m 1 3 a 

■ Notes in Circulation, Relurns at given 



yVeekli/ 

iRest, 14m 11 6 

Weekly Returns, ij 11 t- & e— 11 7 11 

6&C— 18; 11 6 Ar— 2oi 1 1 '•— 1/11 6 & rf— 
8/11 c&d—\5/ 11 6—22 / 11 6— 29/ 116* 
d—lm 11a* 6— Hm 11 6* c 21m 11 a* 
c— 28 M \\ b &c 

of France, Returns, 4/11 c — 11 / 11 6 — 

18/ 11 6-25 ; 11 6—1 f\\ 6—8 / 11 c— 16 f 
116—22 fli 6— 29/" 11 6— 7 m 1 1 6— 14 « 11 
6—21 m 11 6-28 m U 6 

of Madras, 9j 11 a 

of fcipain, 11 / 11 a-11 /U a— 14 f&/ 

— 10 w 11 a— 11 m5 d 

New Governer, 29 ; 6 /* 



of Victoria, 6/11 

— Bankers (bearing House, 



in each \Vttk*t 



paper a/Ur Bank of Kmjland 

Meeting about Light Gold. 18 m 11 e 



Barnetts. Iliiares & C'o., Bosanquot, Salt * 

Co., and Lloyds of Birmingham x\uialgamate 
aiid Will be Lloyds, Barnetts and Bosanquet's 
Bank. 5 m 1 1 6 

Belgian Banque Nationale, 25 /'6 a 

Birminglmm, 5 / 11 a — 17 j 11 6—26; 11 c 

Joint riiocic. 15 ; 11 6—5 / 1 1 a 

Dudley and District. 18 j 11 6—29 / 11 d 

and Midland. 2 f 11 a 

Bradford Banking Company, 23 /11a 

(■ommercial, :i5 / 1 1 a 

District, Bank, 23^ 11 a 

Old Bank. 21 ' 11 a 

Bristol and \\ est of England, 4 / 1 1 6— 18 j 

11 6—31 / 11 «y 

Capital and Counties. 8/11 n 

Curliiile City and District, 2G ; 11 a 

C'eniral of Loudon, 11> 11 ^— 18 / II « 

(bartered of India, Austraha and Chiaa, 

27 '4 11 6 

Clydesdale, 5y 11 6—7 J U e 

lU 



Banking (conttnued). 

City. 2/ 11 a-167 11 ^ 

of Glasgow, 24 ; % /"—IS / 11 / 

of Sydney, 4 m 11 a 

Colonial, 4 > 1 1 rf 

of New Zealand, 1 /^ 11 6- 18 « 11 d 

Commercial of Australia, 4 /* 11 a 

of bydoey, 16 ro 13 a 

Comparison of the Position of the Bank of 

England with Consols and French Rantca, me 

ajier Bank of England, in each vetk*9pmptr 

Con8otidated.'4i 11 6— 1»> 11 < 

Craven, 21 /ll a 

Derby Commercial Bank, 10/11 b 

Devon and Cornwall, 11 /* 1 1 a 

«— English, Scottish and Auatralian Chartcrcd, 

25 iWd 

German of London. 8 /* 1 1 6 

GUmorganshire, 6 / 1 1 a -7/ 1 1 a--! 1/11 

•-14/116 
Qloucettershire Banking Company. 4 /*ll a 

Halifax Joint Stock, lil / U a— 31 / 1 1 ^ 

and iiuddersfield Union, 22 i 11 b — ^24 

; 11 e 
Huddersfleld, 2/-I1 d 

Hong Kong and Shanghia, I m 18 «^29 ■• 

13 a 

Imperial 4/ 11 6— H/ll *— 16i 11 d 

of Canada, 16 /* 13 « 

Indian and Colonial. 9 j 1 1 6 

International, of London, 19 / 11 6 

Joint Stock Banks, 5 / 1 1 a 

Lancashire and Yorkshire, 11 / 11 i 

Lancaster. 31 / P €l 

Land Mortgage, of India, 2 / 1 1 <f 

Leamington, I'riora and Warwickshire, IS 

>11 6 

Leeds and County, 16i 11 6 

Leicester sh re, % f\\ k 

Liverpool Commercial, 4/114 

Uaion, 5> 11 a— 8 fWk 

Lloyd's Banking Company, 9 7 11 a— 2y 11 

a-^Uj 11 #-ldiii 11 6— 14 m 11 ^— 29 m 11 c 
London Bank ot Mexico and South Araarioa 

24 m 1 1 « 
Chartered of Anstralia, 4/11 4—22 at 

13 a 
Joint Stock Bank Company, 4> 11 6— li 

jWakd 

and County, 25/ 11 a— 81 ; 11 4-*8 / 11 

and General, 1 / 1 1 « 

and Hanieatic,'4/ 11 a— 15/ 11 9 

Faris and American, 4 /* 1 1 a 

and Provincial Bank, 14 / 11 a— 22/ 11 d 

— ^ and River Plate. New Manager, 8 ; 1 1 « 

and South Western, 12 ; 11 6-6/ 11 d 

and Westminster, 3 i 8 6—17 jiif^U 



1116 



New Directors, 7 I'll 6 
and Yorkshire, 9 / 1 1 6— 19> IS e 



Manchester and LivarxKX>l District, 11/11 

6-24 /116 

and County Bank, 14 / 11 a 

■ and Salfotd, :22 ; 11 a 

Mercantile Bank of Sydnay, 28/11 a — It 

m 11 a 

Munater Bank, 24 ; 10 «— 2 / 11 if 



Marck 31, 1881. j palmbr's index to " the times ** newspaper. 



Ban 



Banking (continued), 

Merchant Banking Companj erf London, 18 

/ll a—7m 11 c 

Natal Bank. 7 m 1 1 a 

National. 16.; 11 a~26 j \\ e 

Banks in the United States, 23 ; 5 « 

of India, 2"* m lie 

of Italy. 2 ; 11 «-22 ; 11 6-28 j 11 o— 5 

f\\ 6—14/ 11 6—2©/' 11 a— km 11 6— la m 
11 6—26 m 11 6 

of New Zealand. 3/86 

of Wales, 10 ; 1 1 6 

New London and Brazilian, 28 m 11 a 

York Associated Banks. 25 / 11 a 

North Western, 10 ;" 6 6 

• Alleged Frauds on, 15 f 1 1 f 



and South Wales, 3 ; 8 ft— 23 j lid^ 2A 



; 11 6 

Northamptonshire Union, 2/11 a 

Note Circulation in the United States, 19 

Nottingham Joint Stock, Till a 

Oldhara Joint Stock. 12 ; 116 

Oriental, 26 ; 11 6 & c— 19/11 o— 29/6 e 

—16 mVSc 

Parr's Banking Company, 21 / 11 fi -2 

/ II 6 

ProTincial of Ireland, 19 ; 13 a— 28 j 11 a 

—7 J 11 c 

Private and Joint Stock Banks, Circulation 

Returns, 30 ; 11 6—1 m 13 6—24 m 11 6 

Queensland National, 4/lla— 19mlla 

bcotch and Irish Banks, Circulation Re- 
turns, 30 ; 1 1 6—1 M 13 6—24 m 11 6 

Sheffield, 26 ; 1 1 c 

and liotherham Joint Stock, 7 / U ^ 

South Australia, 12 /* 1 1 c 

Suffordshire Joint Stock. 26i 11 <r 

Stamford, Spalding and Boston, 1/116 

Standard of «outh Africa, 7 j 11 a— 12 m 

11 a 
State of Shares in Companies, sss eveiy 

day* 9 paper 

Stuckey's Banking Company, 28y 11 a 

Swansea, \\j 11 a 

*- — Union of Australia, 10^ 11 6— 17 ;' 11 6—29 

jW d 

of London, 3 ; 8 6—11 ; 11 o— 17i 6 f 

of Spain and England, 27 /* 1 1 a— 28/ 1 1 

6— 12 m n d 

West London Commercial, 16/13 d 

Wilts and Dorset, 1 1 j 11 6 

Wolrerhampton and Staffordshire, 16 / 11 

6—19/ 13 a 

York Union Banking Company, 1/116 

l.'iiy and Couiiiy Banking Company, 11 

; 11 6 

Bankrupts. Arrest of Ttvo, m Scotland, 24 m 6 e 

— 2h nt \\) e 
'— Dun's Report of the Number of Mercantile 

Failures in the United States during the Past 

Tear, 2 J 6 a 
. Number of Failures in Great Britain, 9 

; II u 

.VIr. S«'yd'8 Statiatica of Failures in the 

United Ivnigdom during 1881-3, 1 J 11 a 



BANKEUPTCIES :— 

Ace, Geo.. 15 m 6/ 

Adams. E.R., VI } \^ d 

Aichison, A., 15 m 6 /' 

Alder, J. O., 80 / 8 r 

AUan, R. W.. 8 m 6 rf 

Anderson, A. H.. 19 m 3(r 

W. M., 23; 10 a 

and Son 12; \^ d 

Antill, Alfretl. 5 ; 7 h 

Arden, A. H.. 2« m 4 6 

Armstrong & Co., aw 12 rf 

Arnot. I). A., 21 / 4 /" 

Aspinall. W. and J., 27 /"R 6. 

Atkinson. Joseph, 20 m 4 c 

Auty, John, 1) / 10 d 

Avery, Henry, \ m (>/ 

Ayton, D.. S m^d 

Badcock, Rich.. 12 «i 8 rf 

Bailey, Henry, 26 ; 8 6 

Baker, Wm.. 12 «. 8 «/ 

andGravatt. 21 / 4 / 

Bannatyiie, I)., 1 m 6 / 

Barker, Joseph, 1 iw 6 / 

W. K.. Hm V»d 

Barnes. Joseph, \6 f\4 h 

Barr, Morrison & Co., 2 / 8 ^ 

Barratt. J. B.. 23 ; 10 « 

Barrett, J. T., 16 / 10 /" 

Bartle & Co., 27 / H /i 

Bate;). Joseph, 1 2 w 8 d 

Baxter, D. M., 12 w 8 U 

Beatson, A., 23 j 10 a 

Beckett, M. A.. 14/36 

Bell, J. h\.2 fSh' 

Bellamy, Henry, 25 / 4 d 

Bellhouse, Wn!., 6 »i 12 d 

Berriman, H. A., 12 m ^ d 

Betteridge. Wm., 1 to 6y 

Biddle, James, 23 /'4 d 

Blackburn, B. H., 2 nO(T 

Blakeway and Thomas. ^ f\0 d 

Bluhm, Theodore, 12 ? 10 c/ 

Bond, M. L.. 12 w 8 d 

Bones. W. H.. 5 ; 7 A 

Bonfellow. Jaraea, 19 m 3 c 

Bower, Geo., 29 m 6 d 

W. G., 30 / 8 c 

BowcH and Silverwood, 8 m 6 d 

Brae. J. A., 14 '3 c 

Brailcy, G. J..9/'10 d 

Bratby, Fred., 22 m5J 

Bremner, J., 26 / 8 6 

Thos., 26 ; 8 6 

Briggs, Lewis. 9 /* 10 </ 

Bright, M. de L., 22 to 5 / 

Broadfoot, Hobt., 26 m Ac 

Broddell. Wm.. I9;9rf 

Brooke, T.F.. 16/14 6 

Brooks W. T., 6 w \2 d 

Bieom. H. C, 19 m 3 c 

Brown. J. W., 16/14 6 

Jo-cph. 1 wi 6 / 

Mich.u'l, \} / \Qd 

P. K.. 25 j 10 a 

Th«is., 22 mo f 

\Y. :i., 2fira4i^ 



11 



Ban 



PALMKU> INDEX TO ** THK TfMKS NE»VSI»APKR. 



[Jau. I to 



Bankraptciei {rcntinued). 

Bro« ■ and Fowler, 1(5 /* 14 * 

and TowW, 21 fat 

Bruck»)haw, Henj., XbmHJ 

Burgess. Wni., 27/8 b 

Butler, Samuel. 30 j S r 

Butterworih. VVm., 27 / « * 

Byrne. M. M. J., 12 m ^ d ' 

Canible. Rich., 2 / 8 A 

Cameron. W., G / 12 r 

Camm \V. (;.. 21 fi f 

Campbell, David, 2 / 8 * 

G. L.. 8 »« 6 rf 

J., 27^8 /-. 

M.. 15 w 6 f 

C^arbery, Margaret, 6 /* 12 r 

Carnell. H^nry, 29 m 6 d 

Carr and Fiell, 30 ; 8 « 

Canh, Wm., 12 m 8 rf 

Catt, James. 1 w 6 / 

(^itterall. Alfred, 16 /" 14 A 

Cauvin. Jeremy, 30 j 8 tf— 2 j 8 6 

Cecil. G. r.., 19 7 9r 

Chamberlain. Thos.. 16 ; 10/ 

Chattaway. \V. (^. 21 / 4 y 

Chittick, Samuel. 25 / 4 d 

Clark. Clement, 9y 10 d 

F. E., 8 m 6 rf 

Clarkson, Edw., 29 m 6 </ 

CliflFe, Wm., 5 m 12 d 

Cloke, Edmund, 26 ; 8 6 

Cole, W.. 1 »i 6 / 

Collins, Thos., i2 w 8 rf 

W. G., 22 OT 6 / 

Wm., I2iii 8rf 

Coninffham, Hich.. 29 m 6 cf 

Connell, H., sen., \KjZo 

Cook, G. L., 8 m 6 <l 

henry, 9/lOrf 

Cooper, Geo., 16 ; 10 / 

Cordon. Wm.. 26 m 4 <? 

Cornwell, J. G.. 25 /4 c/ 

Coulson. Wm., 21/4 Z' 

Coupland, J., 19 m 3 c 

Cowell, H. J. and T., « ; 7 6 

Cox, J. A., 19 /9 c 

Coyle, 11., 27/" 8 6 

Crake, Geo.. 16 / 14 6 

Crampton, Wm., 14/3 c 

Cranston and Pickersgill. 21 /4 / 

— Crawford & Co., 1 m 6y 

Cressell. Wm., 19 j 9 c 

Cross, Joseph. 25 ^ A d 

Crouch. Henry, 19 m 3 r 

Crundwell, James. 80 ; 8 c 

Curaintf, Henry, 21/4 / 

Curtis, Henry, 23 ; 10 a 

Daggatt, Chas., 29 m S d 

Dalgleish, A., 23/ 10 a 

Davenport, W. B., 5 m 12 d 

Davey, Wm., 2 / 10 c 

Da vies, John, 23 7 10 ci 

Davis, Chas., 6 / 12 c 

W.E.,9f\0d 

Day, Wm.. 29 m 6 d 

De Chastelain, A. P., 22 mS / 

.^— Dean, Geo., 20 in ic 
12 



Bankiuptcies (continued). 

- Dennisun. Thos.. 25/4 «/ 

Devinney. Samu-1, 23 i 10 a 

Dcwar. J. D.. 19 w;^ f 

Di.iinond. W. F., 9} lOr 

Dickinson. Kdw.. 21 fi f 

Dixon. J. D.. 6 / I2r 

Doirarell. Wm.. 19 w 3 tf 

Dolaro. I. B.. 2 » 10 c 

Dunaidi^on. K., 2- m 5 /* 

Dowle, Alfretl 12 »w 8 rf 

Down, Wm.. 25 / 4 rf 

Dowson. J. H.. 9 ; 10 c 

Dnimmond. A.. 23 ; 10 a 

Duckworth. J. H.. 1 »w 6 / 

Dugdale, Kdwia. 9 t \% d 

Duke, K. J.. 12«»8rf 

Duncan. Mitcgregor, 8 m 6 ^ 

and Brown, 29 m 6 4 

DunconH»e. H. K.. 23 ; 10 « 

Dutton. Thos., 9 / 10 rf 

Dye and Clark. 12 ni 8 <f 

Dyeon. Benj.. 22 m hf 

Sarah. 25 / 4 rf 

Eadon, G. A., 2 / 8 6 

Enldep, H., 2 / 8 A 

Earp, Wm., 15 m 6 /* 

Edge. J. W.. 26 m 4 c 

Edwards, Chas., 25/4 d 

Edw., 19;9f 

John. 29 *R 6</ 

W., 23 ; 10 « 

- Eglin, M. and B., 19 »« 3 c 

Elliott, A. L.. 16; 10/ 

Roscius. 19 w 3 c 

Ellison, J. A., 1 5 m 6/ 

Elsdon, Wm., 21/4./ 

— Emmett, Geo., 12 / 10 </ 

Evans. Mary. 16 / 14 h 

EvertoD G. F., 12 w 8 < 

Ewart. Shepley, 19 j 9 rf 

Farmer. Thoi.. hm\2d 

Farrant, F. G., 6 /"Ti 6 

. Fellgett. W. J., 16 / 14 6 

Fisher, J. S., 26 m^c 

Fontaine, Eugene, 9/ lOr/ 

Foreman. Henry, 6 »« \2 d 

Francis. W. P., 12 m 8 <4 

Eraser, Geo., 2/86 

French, Henry, 9 /" 10 rf 

Gadd. M. M., 25 fK d 

Games, Geo., 12 w 8 d 

Garratt, Jot»hua, 22 mhj 

Gayford, It. D., 19 m 3 o 

Gerrard Paul, 14 / 8 <: 

Gibbs. G. W., 21/4/ 

J. F., 2 / 8 a 

Gilchrist, W., 25 /^ 4 /• 

Giles, Thos., 6/12 c 

Gill. Thos., 9/ 10 rf—27/8 h 

Gilpin, J.. 2 7 10 tf 

Gittens, J. A., 27 / 8 6 

Gledhill. Samuel 12 m 8 <r 

Goddard, Chas., 25/4 d 

Goldman, Israel, 16 m 6y 

M. H.. I w « / 

GocKic, Fred,, 14/3 c 



March 31, 1884.] palmer's ikdbx to '* the times " newspaper. 



Ban 



Bankraptcies (conttnued^, 

Goodman, AlphoD»e, 9 j 10 c 

W. H., 8 m 6 rf 

Goodyear, 6, H., 19 w 3 c 

Gowerand Pettipher, ft m 12 c/ 

Graham, W. S., 26 w 4 6 

Gram. D. J., 12 m 8 4^ 

J.. 2 / 8 ^ 

Samuel, 2gfAd 

Gratton, David, 12 m S d 

Greenwood. Andrew, H fSo 

Griffiiha, Pryce. 16 m 6/ 

Grundy, J. S., 27 fSh 

Hadfield. John. 14 / 3 c 

Haigh. T. W., 5 m 12 rf 

Hall Ebenezer, 25 f 4 d 

Thos., 14/ 3 c 

Wm., 14/ 3 e 

Halliday. H.. 27 fSb 

Hamlin, Geo., 6> 12 6 

Hampshire O. W., 5 m 12 d 

Hancock, John. 22 m 5 / 

Harper, Jane. 25 / 4 rf 

HardiBty, Uich., 19 m 3 c 

Hardy, A. K., 12 m H d 

Harris. Fred., 12 w 8 J 

Geo.. 19 J 9 6/ 

Harrison. J. W., 12 w 8 c/ 

K. P., U/ 14 6 

Thos.. 25 /id 

Harvey, John, 26 m 4 6 

and Son. 27/8 b 

Hascall. Chas.! 22 m 5 e 

Hassell. Henry. 9 / 10 // 

Hastings, D., 14 /^3 r 

Haworth. Geo.. S mS d 

Hay. Edw., S m B d 

Heath, J. \V., i; /]'ir 

Wm.. jun., \4 fSr 

Hellewell, Herbert, 29 m fi d 

Henderson. James. 9 /lo J 

Herbert, W.. 12 i 10 d -'Jf; 7 s h 

Herd and Mullins, 2 f fs b 

llerrinj;. Thw.. A} i S r 

Ilewfton. CuH).. JT / •*< A 

Hibbcrt. ('haft. 2 S /. 

Higffin. Hioh.. 2.'> / 4 ».' 

HighfitfM, Ssimiiel. -j'.) m 7 

Hinchlifife. Friontl. I'l •;, c / 

llincks. Thos., 5 «/ ?2 '/ 

Hintoii, .1. M.. 27 / tS 1, 

Hirst. SamniJ. 22 /« ."> / 

Hilt. Jaim'8. 2 / « h 

HoMen, Thos.. ID / 9 r 

Hoad. J. C. 9 / lOr/ 

J. C. jua., 25 / 4 d 

Hoadley. Joha, 14 /'3 c 

Hadgo, W., 27 / 8 6 

HoK^^Geo.. 14 /3r 

HoUiday, Mary. 2'J m G d 

H.4.11, J., 15 m 6 / 

Holmes L Co.. 1 2 /« 8 d 

Holroyd, Micah, 29 /« 6 d 

HoUworth, John, 15 /« 6/ 

Ilobt., Uiii6/* 

Hopson. A. and W. N., 2C ui \ ^ 

UorUm, SlephcMi, 9y \(\ d 



Bankruptcies {cMntinwd), 
iiornburgh, J., 15 m 6/ 

W., 16 IN 6/ 

Howard. H. A., 5 m 12 d 

Samuel, 23; 10 fl 

Howlett, Wm., 22 w 6 / 

— Hughes, John. 8 m 6 <2 

Wm., 23; 10 a 

Humphreys. Chas., 26 rn 4 r 

Hunter, R.,30y 8 c 

Hurst, Stephen, 16 / 10 / 

Hutchins, Benj., 15 w oy 

Imrie, P. K.. 14./3c 

Irving. John, 30 ; 8 c 

Ives, W.H.. 6 f\2e 

Jacks, Philip, '\2m%d 

Jackson, Geo., 21 / 4 A 

James, G. W., 12 «* 8 d 

Geo., 6/7 /* 

Wm., 16 /n 6 / 

Jenkinson. John, 6 /'12 c 

Jennings, H.T., 12//i 8 d 

Jewitt, VVm., \a m B f 

Johnston, F. H., 1 w G /" 

Jones, Evan, 12 / 10 «/ 

Fred., 26 m 4 c. 

Wm.. sen.. 19i9rf 

Kean, W., 8 m 6 d 

Keenlisi'le, Wm.. 23 ; 10 a 

Keiu'hley. Jjicob, 10/14 'i— 29 m 6 r/ 

Kelly, W. J.. 19 m Sh 

Kemp. J. A., 12»i8</ 

Kennedy. J. F. S., 6 / 12 6 

Kettle, R.. & Co., 30 ; vS c 

Kidd. J. W., 25/4r^ 

Kineh. Chas., 1 ;« / 

King. Thos., 12 HOrf 

Wm.. OiH ]2 d 

Kirkaldy, J. W.. 30 jSc 

Kirkley, J. K. 12«i8d 

Kitsoii and Ja(;k^on, 6 / 12 c 

Knowles. Albert, 11» m 3 c 

Knox. Wm., \2 m H d 

Know-Gore, A. M. L., 14/3 c 

Kritch and Garlan;!. 19 m 3 c 

Lack. Geo.. 5 w \2 a 

Lake. Matilda. :» m 1 2 d 

and Sloley, 1 /« / 

Laker. Walter. I J» m 3 c 

LHnib, Wm., 2 / 8 /> 

Larabe t. Edw.. 30 ; 8 c 

Ljmdroitk. C. G.. 30 i 8 r 

Laurence Gei>.. '/* 12 d 

Lawrie. G.. 12 /« H d 

Le«:kie. Watsoj v<: Co., 5 /« 12 <J 

Lee. K IwMi. J / ^ '> 

L 'Step, Tlios. I '" 'J f 

Lewin I.-^.-iae, 2'J m 4 c 

Hnd \Velin;in. I9 m 3 r 

Lewis W. a., H // d 

Lillywhite. F. H., 2o m 4 e 

Line. Benj.. 6/ 12 " 

Ling Arthur. ."> »t 12 d 

Littlewood. .1. S., 26 m 4 c 

Lonergan, A. C. K., 19 m 3 c 

Long. T. W., 2il0c 

Longman, Goo., 16 /' 14 6 

c IS 



r?n 



PALMER 8 INDEX T© " THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. I t» 



LoDigan. .Uroes, 9 / 10 rf 

LonMbtk-atuI Hirst. 15 /« 6y 

LoxM* Fmiicis. 5 ) 7 h 

'[ \ut^.. h)l h 

' l.owfnihMl. Robt.. 15 w f» / 

Luilford. W. and J., 2 / 8 A 

l.iiff. S. J. T., VI n,n ii 

Lvnch, Peter. 19/9./ 

Macintosh. F. H. P.. '»^ i 8 b 

Maokav. A., 2G ; H /> 

- — K.. 9 ^ 10 ry 

- - Mnckenzie. Lieut-r<>l. H., 12 m > ./ 
Mai-kie. K.. 1«/ MA 

Maclean, T. W.. 14/ .'^c 

Macrat, Alex.. 2; 10 c 

I).. 19; 9 r 

- Makin. J. H.. Ifi / iO/" 
Malloch. J.. 26; .H h 

- - Manley. Edwin. 2»; tn 4 c 

Manning. Wni. and John. 29 m i\ ti 

Mararrett, Wm.. 12 m 8 d 

Markland. J.. li> m i\ f 

Mnrsh.ill Thos.. 2H ) {J b 

Martin. W.. I2iri8 #/ 

Tnrner A Co.. 12 w 8 ^ 

Ma»scy. K. F.. 12 ;>i ft rf 

Matley. .John, h m « rf 

- M-^v. A. v.. «5 / 12 

Kohr.. r. / 7 /, 

M Donall. Adilinc. 2fi w < • 

MKachrnn. A. 2<) w 4 r 

M (iri'ir»r and Pri; de. 9 r 1" '/ 

MIntyreand (lii-h »hn. 2^^ / lo ,i 

-— M Kinlav. J. (i.. 29 m H </ 

.M Mnho'n. F. D. S.. 20 m \ r 

M Viiie. K.. 12 m s ,/ 

Menzie*. VV.. 2i w 5 / 

Mi-mdl Snnuvl I."i *w ft /* 

.\lich"U S. (i.. li w 8// 

Mildlcton, A. K. 12 iw s ,/ 

— MIdar. 1).. 27 / S/. 

Mdls. (1i!i8. 19.»Sr 

Milnor and Newbold. 8 »» ♦» ti 

Mil ward. John. 12 m 8 ci 

Mitchcdl, A., 16? lOy 

Alhert. fim 12 rf 

C. M., 16/* 14 A 

&ro., 19 ;9 c 

MoflFatt. Alfred. 2 / 10 r 

Mollierew. Alphonse, 9 ; 10 d 

Moore Thos.. 6 / 12 r 

Morew(M)d G., Ifi » 10 e 

Morgan. Wni., 9 r )0 d 

Morl'y. J. K.. 15 mO /* 

Morris. Rich., n t A f 

Morrison, J. 1)., 19^ 9 c 

R.. 22 w 5 / 

Moule. Robt... 80i 8c 

Mountield. Geo., 16 / 14 fr 

Mnnro. Barbara. 12 m 8(/ 

MuHgrove. Samuel, 26m 4 6 

Nusli. Jam^p. 2 ^ 8 A 

Ni'vc and DeiifrUe. ^ » 10 r 

- NirhuUs, W. J.,6; 7* 

Nicholson. Thos.. 6/12 b 

^'icol and Son, 16 m 6/ 

14 



Bankruptcies [continued \ 

Nonii. (Jei>.. 2 / 8 * 

Noon. Martin, H m 6 </ 

No* th, John, 5 ». 12 d 

Ogden. Geo.. 27/^8* 

Nathan, 22 m 5 /' 

Ogno. (laetano. 12 m 8 i/ 

Olire. Wra., 2% m ^ 4 

— Orr. J.. 2; lOr 

0«borne. Alfred, 26 ; 8 it 

Ostlf. Wiljon. 16/14 6 

Paee, Chaa.. 19; 9 r 

Park. G. and A., 2/ 84 

Parker, F. S. and W. S., 26 m 4 * 

J. W., r> w VI d 

W. C, 27 r^h 

I'arkhurat. Frank, 1 «6 / 

Parkin, G. H., \ m i\ f 

Patrick, W.. 22 m 6 / 

Payne, F. F., 29 m 6 </ 

Peach, R. Ah 2» wi 6 rf 

Pearaon. Wm.. 21 /*4/ 

Pivra. Wm.. 2/8 6 

Ptlhani. T. K.. 29 m 6 4 

Peters. John, 1 in 6 / 

Pevton and Alaop. oi 1 b 

PhUipps. W. G. G., 9/10 ./ 

Phdips. F. M., :^» 8 c 

- Phillips. G. S.. 2:^/ 10 a 
John. M\ i rt r 

Plant. (J*).. .> w 12 d 

Piatt. Augustus 22 m 5 / 

PlattR. Henry. 2/86 

Pliixton. Wm.. u; / 14 ^ 

Player, T. W.. 2 / m /, 

Potter, JanicH. 6 ; 7 * 

Wm..9/ 10 1/ 

Potta, Ricli.. 22 i« 5 /' 

Pow.U J. E.,9; 10.' 

John. r» w 12 (/ 

Pratt. Darid, 12 w 8 rf 

Price. GiK).. 14 / ;i c 

Wni., 2fi wi 4 r 

Pringle. C„ 8 /w 6 c/ 

Prior. Wm., 12 wi8d 

Pritchard. H. F.. 8 wi 6 i 

Prockter, Kdw., 2 ; lOr 

Proffitt, Wm., 6 m 12 rf 

- Pan>hon. Geo., 19 m 3 c 

Raad«ll. J. VV.. 12 m H r 

Revnoldi, K. J.. 2ly 4/ 

r.eo.. 26 ; 8 6 

Jiffriea W fZ c 

lohn. 16to'6/ 

Kichanls. John, 26 i 8 6 

— R'clniril8«)n. Robt., 2 f 8 6 

K'ichmoml. G. F., 27 / 8 6 

Kil.'V. H. L.. 22 mb f 

Kuu'mer Robt., 12 m 8 rf 

hN.herts. V.. S. B.. b m Vt d 

Rohfrts. Joseph, bj 7 b 

Rohi.rtfihaw. Henj.. 29 /« 6 d 

Roh.»rr9on. J. K.. :io / H r 

J: nu>« 23 I V) a 

Robinson Augu<itU8. 30/ 8 r — 2 ' // 

Robinson. 0. 1).. 27 / 8 [» 

Geo., 27/8 6—1 »a 6 / 



Maiieh i>l, lb84.] 



FALUEH^S INDKX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



Ban 



Bankraptdea (^continued). 

Kobintun, John. 8 w 6 if 

Hugers. J. S.. 6/12 <? 

Ko68, T., 6j76 

Ro««et, Otto. 5m nd 

Ruwe, John, 26 ; 8 6 

Uoweil. Kobt.. 9 / M) d 

Itowiand. Joseph. 2 ; >Q e 

Kowlej. Jaines, B im6 d 

Koyle, Geo., 5 m {2d 

Ru*844l. W., 27 / 8 6 

Hyde, Wdj.. 2 / 8 A 

Ryder, J. H., 2 » 10 r 

iSapir, Jame«. 12 m 8 d 

Salisbury. F. C. U., \ m ^ f 

Sandell, J. C, 21 / 4 / 

Sandert, Lawrence, 2&jid 

Savage, Hugh, 12 iw 8 */ 

k»awyer, Robt., 29 w 6 </ 

>Ui} lei, G. T., 2 / 8 A 

Schofleld, Thoi].2l / i/ 

Scott, G. J.. «y 12 r 

^Miragg, John, 9 / 10 c 

Sealy, Harry, 14/ 3 c 

Seaton, H. F., 12 m 8 t/ 

Scrapie, Chas., 3O7 8 e 

Shrtkespear, Thog., 6/ 12 ^ 

Shand, J. A. B., 12 wi 8 c 

StiHrkey, J., 6 j 7 h 

Shiirp. A. J.. 26 /!» 4 c 

Sharpe, J. K., 30 ; 8 c 

bhaw, G. H., 8 ro 6 d 

Sheard, Fatchett. 12 1/18 rf 

Shield. H. P., 30 ; 8 r 

Shillinglaw. JamM. 1 w 6 / 

Shilion, James, 21 / 4y 

- Simmondg, Fred, 23 ; 10 a 

Simmons, E. W., 6 /" 12 c 

bimptfou Julius, 27/8 6 

& I'o., \ w a / 

Sims Herbert, 14 /'3 c 

Sizer, Elisha. 2K m 4 c 

^key, F. C. 21 / 4 /— 25 /Ad 

Skumer, J., 1 m 6 / 

SUuk. John. 30 ; 8 c 

SUter, Samuel, 5 m \'2 d 

Slevin, Francis, 12 w 8 d 

Smale, John, bm 12 d 

Rich., IS me/- 

Smith, A. M., 12 « 8 rf 

A. G., 2iy 4/ 

John. 21$ ; 8 4—4/ 12 e—2Q mSd 

Fercival, 22 in 6 / 

Robt.. 23 j 10 a 

Sidney, 16/14* 

Thos.. 6 / 7 fl— 26 m 4 ^ 

Snape. Samu«fl. 29 m$d 

bneU. J. W., 5 ; 7 A 

Snowden, Robt., 5 ; 7 6 

Saftley. R. T.. 15 m 6/ 

Soper. «fohn, 26/8 h 

Sowerby. Philip, 9 7 10 # 

bpalton, W. E., 14 /3 c 

Speak, W. and J., 2/ 8 4 

Speddiag, Wm.. 16 j 10 f 

Speed, B. D., 19 m 3 <t 

Spehnan, H. J., 22 w 5 / 



Bankruptcies (continued). 

S|)en(;er. Hester, 22 m '»/ 

Stalker. U. D., 1 »a 6 /' 

St irk. J., ^fV2c 

Steenl)erg, Otto. 15 m 6 f 

Sterubridije and Wood, 22 m 5 / 

Stentiford. R- G. 6 / 12 r 

Stephenson, V\ alter. 25 / 4 d 

Stewart, A., 2 / \U e 

W., 19 m 3 r 

Stockton, Robt.. 23 / 10 « 

Stone, H. H.. 25y 4flf 

Stones, Joseph, 1 2 wi 8 d 

Storey, James, 26 ; 8 h 

Storry. W. A., 25 / A d 

Strand, R. F., 21 /4./ 

Strattoo. John, 9 / 10 c 

Stuart, J.. 6/ 12 c 

Stubbs, Chas . 5 /» 12 rf 

Sturgeon, J. J.. 30 ; be 

Summers, John. 5 m \'2 d 

Thos:. 23 ; 10 a 

Sutcliflfe, Robt., 2 > 10 c 

Swain, Elijah, 2/86 

Swainstoa, ICdw., 25/ 4 d 

Syer, John, 22 m 5 / 

Svkes, Robt., 21 /*4 /" 

S3 mon. W. E., 1 wi 6 f 

Tatum, Geo., 26;8 5 

1 H>lor, Albert, 21 / 4/ 

Edw,, 26 HI 4 r 

Henry, 16/14 U 

John, %J 12 € 

^ Robt., 26 m 4 c 

Temple, Edw., 26 /« 4 b 

Terraneau. C. G. E., 21 / 4 / 

Thomas, Edw., 22 w 5 / | 

Thomas, Walter, 12 im 8 4 

Thompson, Fred.. 5 ; 7 6 

and Maxwell. 2JI m B d 

Tliomson, D. D,. 3« ; 8 c 

Thorley, Goo.. lU m 3c 

Thrift. G. 1)., 9; d 

Thumwood, I 'has., 15 w G / 

- — IHndal, A., 14/ 3c 

Tinsley, Francis. B m \2 d 

Tipping, Walter, U / lo c- 

ToUey, J. W.. 5 III 12 d 

Tonkin, Wm., 30 > 8 c 

Torry, G. K.. 9 ; 10 c 

Toulson, J. T., 26 M 4 c 

Townsend. E. J., 15 m € f 

James, 22 m 5/ 

Truman, John, H f Se 

TurnbnU, G. S.. 9/10 d 

— ^Tye, Wm.. o m 12 d 

Tyler. Joseph. 27 /*8 * 

UnderhiU. John, 5 m 12 </ 

Undemood, B.S., 2/8 k 

Ventura, Eieazer, 15 m 6 / 

Vivian. W. W.,'J / 10 d 

Wain man, Wm., 26 /n 4 c 

^— Wakelin. John, 16 m 6 / 

Walker, J. H..9;10fl 

B., 25 / 4 </ 

Wallace, Geo., 12 j !0 d 

J^ 15 m $/ 



Pan 



PALMER 8 INDKX TO ** TBB TIMB8 NBITflPAPCR. 



[ Jkn. 1 t0 



BaDkruptcies (continued). 
Wnltere, David. 2/8 > 

Heiin*. 26 m 4 

Wftrbnrton, Samuel, 2 /"B 6 

Ward.F. W., 27jBh 

J. and S., 26m 4 c 

Ware, G. F., 9 /" 10 rf 

W«Tbam, Cbas., 3#j 8 c 

Wnurworth. E. H.. 22 m 6/ 

Watkin. J. and H.. 6 m 12 rf 

Watson. J no., 1»7 9 c 

Watt, W., I m 6 /• 

- - Whalley. a. H.. 26/8 6 

Wheeler. James, 2/8 6 

Wlu-tstone, Thoa., 26 ; 8 d 

\\ hitnker, Chas.. 9 / 10 c 

Whi'e. Beren, 19 m 3 c 

Ileihert, 16 f 14 h 

Wl.ieley. J and 1).. 26i 8 6 

Whvie. Kev. J., 15 w 6 / 

W.Jkens, A. R.. 19 / 9 c 

>\»lkin»()n, W. H.. 2 / 8* 

\> iIUmidn Arthur, 15 ;« 6 /* 

John. I »i 6/ 

Joseph, 15 m 6 / 

Tooa., 15 m 6/ 

Wm.. 30 ;■ 8 c-9 f 10 d 

Wi^^how, Joseph. 10/14 6 

Wilson, Kdw., 16/14 6 

Henry. 5 m 12 <y-22 mj 5 / 

J. I., 9; 10 c/ 

Rev. T., I TO 6 / 

. Tho9.. 1 w 6 / 

W.and ('., l(i ilO/ 

Windas nnd Dun-imoro. 6/ 12 c 

Widser, T. U., 2 / .s 6 

W^intle. Wm.. 27 / 8 6 

Wise. Geo.. 2 ; 10 r 

Wonfer. John, 2 HO c 

Wood, Geo., 21 / 4y 

J. R.. Im6 / 

James, 27 / 8 6 

r»iuh.. I Ml ») / 

Wotxll'ern, J., :ili m 4 c 

Woodville. Geo.. \1 m S d 

Woodward John. 8 */» (J •< 

Woolleit, Henry, h m \2 d 

Wright, Wm., 2y 8 6 

Wrol, Fred.. 5 m 12 d 

Yard, C. E.,23ilOrt 

Teomans, Robt., 12 m 8 d 

Young, A., 23; 10 a 

W., 26 w 4 c 

W. A., 22 m 5/ 

W. E.. 2;I0c 

Zappert, HerniHnn. 16/14 6 

BANKEUFTOIES ANNULLED :— 

Aylwin, G. A., 9 /' 10 c 

Beaumont, Montmorency, 9^ 10 e 

Blake, A. and A. J., 5j 7 a 

Boulcott, H. C, 9/ 10 c 

Bull, W. J„ 12 m8c 

Casbford, Cbaa., M fSb 

Chattaway, W. C, 22 m 5y 

Day, Wm.,28y 11« 

Eadon, G. A., 19 m 3 r 

Emden, T. W. L., 9^ 10 c 

16 



Bankmpteiea Annulled (ctmtinued). 

Emmett, Geo., 12 m 8 c 

Evans, Thos., 6 ; 7 a 

Gregson, A. K., 15 m 6 e 

Gw^^er, S. K., 80 ; 8 c 

Hearini^ton, A. H., I4y 3 </ 

Hofrg, James, 9 / 10 r 

Johnson. Rich., 287 10 a 

S. B., 9/10 c 

Kcighley, Jacob, 29 m 6 r/ 

Kennedy, A. J. C, 1 m 6 e 

Lovre, Thos.. 12 m 8 e 

Macrae, Alex. 19 ; 9 <• 

Middleton, Peter. 22 m 5 « 

Miller, G. H., 9>l0r 

Neill. G. R., 15m 6 e 

Newby, E. H., 14/36 

Nume, Rich., 9 ; 10 c 

Fhilips, F. M., 12 m 8 c 

Suytr, Chas., 12/10 4 

Smith, A. T. 5 m 12 rf 

Sorrtll, Alfred, 12 ?w 8 c 

Storry, W. A.. 22 m 5 e 

Swan. Thos,. 6/126 

Underbill, J. E.. 9/ 10 r 

Wilson. Leonard, i4 / 3 6 

Bankruptcy Act — an Attomaly under, 12 ; 10 ft 

Appointments under. 1 1 9 f—2 j 10 6—4 

7 10 d- VZjb /-2? ; (> / — I J \{} f 

Arrests under, 2 r 7 d 

Fees under, 4.;6/-12t lOr— 1/4 A 

First Petition'in Liverpool under, 11 > 7 d 

.and Jn<llri:il Sjil:.ru\«», 19 / 6 a 

Mr. MoKerani on. ir» / 10 /' 

Now Genernl l?ule, 3 / 5 Z' 

Rule, « / 8 r 

Notes on. 15; 10 /-1G> 12 r-19>8 a-23 

Official X.'tice<. 2 / 10 A— HM' 8 a 

Report on OfTu-iHl Receivers in, 8/3 c 

Rules and the Incorporated Law Society, 1 

w '* f 
Shorthand Writers under. 15 / 10 /— 24 

;■ 10 a—Cy / 8 C 
r.nnUruptcv Appeals. IR / 2 e 
BANKdUPTOY OOUET :— 

Notices of Last Kxaminaticms, $fe every 

\Vtdnei*>ittys and S'it(irdoy\s pitftet 

Anderson, A. H.. II /« 3 « 

Hl«keway and Thomas, 19 /w 4 a 

Blt-nkiron. Wm., 6 m 12 c 

Bradford. W. E., & Co., 2 / 3 c 

Bruiley, G. J., 28; 4 d-^27 m 10 d 

G. T., 30 / 4 a 

Brogden, A. M.P., 1 fS 6—6 / 4 rf -20 / 4 a 

Henrv. 1 / 3 f»— 6 fA rf— 20 fia 

Browa.'R. C, 24 j 3 rf— 31 / 3 « 

and Towler, 24 m 10 e 

BuUer, ('. F., 24 m 10 « 

C^arr antl Field, 28 ; 4 i 

Caso Junes, 14 /'4 a 

Chu'.M.S. K., 1/36-26/4 «/— 12 m 46 

C<»<»k. Henry. U m3« 

(^rainp. A. H., 14 / 4 </ 

C'reppigny, C. S. C., 25 /4a 

I)avi.«oii, J. and H. S., 19 m 4 a 

- — iJobie & Co., ir» y 6 « 



March Si, 1884.] palher's indbx to "the times'* newspaper. 



Bae 



Bankruptcy Court (rontinued). 

Dolaro. J. B., IS f'S f 

Draper, E. T., 16 m 4 « 

Duke, B. J., 19 /a e -21 mi f 

Duncombe. Hon. H. V.. 20 / 4 a— 22 « 4/ 

Elwyn, Chas., 16 / 3 / 

Foulkea, Rich.. 9 / 4 d 

Grellet, Kupli ft Co., 29 m & /* 

Hempsted & Co., 29 / 3 rf 

Hinds, P. L. A., 29 in5J 

Horton. Stephen, the First, at Wolverhamp- 
ton under the New Act, 6 / 7 d 

Huntingtower, Lord, 17 i 12 c— 7 y3e— 6 

m 4 a 

Hurst, Stephen, 1 m 4 c 

Hyde, J. F.. 9/ 4 c/ 

Jackson, Scoresby. 19 ; 16 c 

Johnston, H., 22 / 5 e 

Jones, E., 30 7 4 a 

Evan. 2i ; 4 «— 31 / Z «-8 / 3 e 

Kauffman and Gates, 8 m 6 A 

Kennedy, J. F. S., 21 m 4 /* 

Lake and Taylor, 29 y 8 c--28 « 3 6 

Landrock, C. G., I y 3 c 

Landrock, Gustav. 24 ; 3 « 

Lawes, C. B., 26 m 3 e • 

Lawson, Wm.. 22 / 2 e 

Leigh. S. T., 22 to 4 / 

Lonergan. A. C. E., 14 m 3 c/ 

Maopherton. John, 22 /"2 e 

Maddison, E. C. 1« ; 4 6 

Maitland G. G.. 1 / 3 c 

May. J. v., 21 / 10 rf 

Neil. John, 19 ; 16 c 

Nicliolson, Thos., 28 m 3 6 

Norris and Carter, 2 ; 3 r 

Parker, —, 3 ra 4 a 

Thos.. 26 / 3 (/— 18 m 4 a 

and Jfarker, 7 m 3/— 8 m 5 *— 14 m 3 </— 

17m4e 

Pclham. T. H., 1 m 4 c 

Peyton. Edw., 8 m 5 6 . 

Pullman. R. and T., 5/ 3 rf 

Rosset. Otto, 29/3 c 

Budall Geo.. 29fSc 

Ruthven, Lord, 12 m 4 a 

Sawers. James, ft Co., 6/4 </ 

St. Leonnrd's, I-iord, 30 j 4 a— 13/*4 § 

Smith, H. G., 15/ 2 e 

Thos.. 24i3rf— 13/4e 

Somraerfeld, H., 6/4 d 

Swain, Henry. 1674c 

Thomas, P. W.. 1 /S c 

Sons, ft Co.. 2/4e-6 /*4 rf-19 /8 e 

Vogler and Dejonge, 14 /*4 a 

Yokes, F. M., 26 m 3 / 

Wallaoe, Andrew, 16 7 4 e 

Warren, Chas.. 14 m 3 </ 

Western, Sir T. C. C, 17/12 c— 13 / 4 e 

Whalley, G. H., M. P., 7 /8 e—21 f 10 d- 

6 »» 12 c 

Wick. —,12 li A a 

John, 27 f id 

WilUams, Wm.. 17 / 12 r 

Windas and Dunsmore, 26 / 3 rf 

Woolf, Sydney, 1/76 

ZapjKJrt, Hermann, 25 7 4 a— 12 fZd 



Bar Committee, see Law 

Barbados, Shipments of Sugar from, 1 / 11 / 

Bnrhnra (Geo.) Carriage of Milk in New York 

State. 15 J 10 e 
Bari'^g (Sir Evelyn) Notice about, 18y 7 o 
Barker (Capt. W. B.) A. B. C. Course Signal 

System, 7 7 4 / 
Barlow (Commander) Sailing through Pomice, 
. 19nil0« 

(P. W.) on the Tower Subway, 2%flf 

Barnardo (Dr.) Mission in the East End, Re- 
Opening of the Edinboro* Castle, 29 / 6 c 
Barnes & Co., on Jam. 1 1 ; 12 6 
Barnett's Secondary Betting, 10 7 3 e 
Barnetts, Hoares ft Co., Amalgamate with other 

Banks. 5 m 1 1 ft 
Barnsley Railway, ftc, 21 j 1 1 ft 
Barristers and the Public. 31 m If 

Benevolent Association, Eleventh Annual 

Meeting. 8 m 7 d—2Q m 10 rf— 27 m 9 / 
Barry Dock and Hail way Scheme, M fhf 

(Dr.) Consecration of. at Westminiter 

Abbey, I > 8 a—2j 7 c—h ; 12 6 
Farewell Service. 2 f'^J-^J 9^-9 /Ab 

Loss of his Library and Note Books by 

the Foundering of the Simla, l/7«— «/8 ft— 
ll./8a 

Bars and Gates of the Metropolis, Deputation to 
Government to have Removed. 22 / lOy 

Bartlett (Ashmead) ««e AsHMBAD 

Basntoland, see Cape 

Bath, Orders of the. Conferred, 7 ; 9 /*— Oj 10 c 
_16; 1()«_13/ U /— 14/ 10 c— 16 m 6« 

and Wells (Bp. of) on the Proposed Bishop- 
ric ot Bristol. 1 7 ? 8 a 

Battersea Old Bridge, Memorial not to Close, 29 
/4rf 

Water Consumers Defence Aisociation, 

Meeting, 2j 6 e 

Batten (G. EI. M.) on the Nizam's Guaranteed 

State R.iilways, 2 7 1 1 a 
Bavaria Titlo of a Baron Conferred on Dr. Von 

Lutz, 2706 
Baxter (W. E.) Ecclesiastical Establishment in 

India. \ j 7 h 
Bay of Salaniis. the Arohieological Society Pro- 
pose to m.ike Uesearches in. 31 7 6 6 
Bazalgette ( Sir J. W.) on the Government and 

Health of London. 9 / 3 / 
Beaconsfield Hall Club House, Bootle, Sir R. A. 

Cross Opens, 16 7 6 A 
Bear (W. E.) on Deptford Market and the Cattle 

Disease, 29 m 12 c 
Bears. Alleged Cruelty to, 5/ 10 c 
Beauclerk (Anbrey de Vere) on Monte Carlo, 

\\ i7 e 
Beaufort (Duke of) at Gloucester, 30> 12 d 
Beaumont Tru t. 4 » 8 a 
Bccket t ( Edm.) on the State Control of Railways, 

9/ 12 6 
Bedford (J. T.) on the City of London Grain 

Duty. 26 r\0 f 
on the Projected Hotel at High Beech, & 

74c 
Park Liberal Association, Meeting of, 19 

7 7ft 
Bceton (H. C.) on British Columbia, 2 7 5/ 

17 



Bee 



PALMtCR*8 IMDKX TO " TIIK TJ%»K8 " MBWSPAPKft. 



[Jau. I to 



Beer, Col. Barnes's Bill on the Parity of, 20 ai 

be 
Beetroot Sugar in Suffolk, 28 /* 11 «— 1 m 3 € 
Belgian Mercantile Marine, \*2j 9 d 
BELGIUM: — 

Madame Albani in, 2$j!ie 

Annual Literary Prize. Subject. 17 m 6 a 

Keport of the Commerce, Manufactur* 

and Agriculture of, 23 ; 4 / 

Armj (»f, 8/36 

Art Col]e<*tions of Bruges, 1 6 / 5 rf 

- Blin. the Assassin, and Beghein, his Accom- 
plice, handed over to France, Si Se 

Budget, 19 f 7 « 

Cais^e Anversoise de Depots, Dissolution 

of, 11/5 e 

Case of the Anarchist Gyvoct, 2 / 6 rf 

of Canon Barnard, 19 wi 6 d — 24 m 6y 

of M. Buland, for Swindling, 11 j 5 «— 12 

; 6 e~15 ; 5 e->18 ; 5 /~6 m 7 e 

of Armand Feltzar, 4 ; 6 e 

Cattle Disease in, 18 / 6 a 

Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the 

Construction of the First Hallway in, 25 y 5 /* 
Colieries, 27 m 5 rf 

Court News, 26 m 5 6 

Diplomatic News, I .; 6 a 

Drink Statistics of, 26^ 6 c 

Dues for Sheds. Proposal to Raise. 11 ; 5 « 

Duty on Cotton Yarn to be Abolished. 8 

/6 e 

- Elections, 24 ; 5 rf 

English Girls Enticed to, for Prostitution, 

New Law, 15 ;' 5 e 

Finances, 6 iw 7 e 

Freemasonry in. 14/6y 

Gale in, 26 ; 5 / 

Gas Burners, Examination of the Sun 

Lights, 5 J bd 

Health of the King. 21 / 6 /" 

Industrial Art Exhibition at Brussels, Open- 
ing of, ;$ ' 3 rf 

Legislative Proceedings. 19 w 5 «--24 m 5 f 

Library and Art Collections of Van der 

Stralen. Ac, about to be Sold, Wine 

Masonic Fetes in Brussels, 25 / 6 a 

Mihtary News. •i2 / 5 rf 

Miscellaneoua News, 5 ; 6 rf— 16 j 5 rf— 31 

j b c -b t b e — 21 foe 

New Taxes. 15 ; 6 e 

Official Inquiry into the Fire at the Parlia- 

aacnt Houses. 1 y 6 c— 12 m 5 e 

Performance of " Sigurd " at the Theatre 

<\e U Monnaie. S j 5 d 

' 'Question of Iron or Steel Railway Sleepers, 

25 7 5 rf 

Railway News, 17 m 6 a 

M. Uenard of Edinburgh Invited to the 

Belgium Tercentenary Fetes, 17 m 6 a 
• biale of ^hilre of the Antwerp Universal 

Exhibition, 24 ; 5 rf 

and Servia, 22 / 5 rf 

. State Salaries, Reduction of. S f be 

Thefetriral News, 8 ; 5 rf— 18 / it> a 

Town of »>pa, 8y 6 « 

— — Twenty Franc Pieces made of Gilt Platina 
in Circulation in, 21 ; 6/ 
11 



Belmore (Lord) en Increased Pay for Lteatcnanti 

in the Nary, *2b m 4 f 
Benedict (Sir Julius ^ and his Concerts, 5 / 7 c 
Testimonial Fund. 16/5 rf— 25 / 4 e— 14 

m lOs-20 m 10 c 
Benefit Penny Bank. 22/lOe 

Meeting of the Depositors, 11 i 6 « 

Bentinck (Geo. (^avendish) Repudiation of Mr. 

Brisht's (. harge against his Kelaxive Lord Geo. 

Bentinck, 2 / 7 c 

Note on. A f$ e 

Bervsford (Lt.) Ascent of the Crater •f Amlnym 

Island. 30 ; 7 rf 
Berkeley Chapel, May Fair, Special Serrice for 

Children, 81 ; 9/ 
Berkley ( W.> on Ecclesiastical CourU, 11 / 10 d 
Berlin Society. Articles on, 21 /5 6 

in the Nov. Revua, 15 ; 5 a 

Bert ( Paul) on Ansssthetics, 24 ; 3 e 

Bethune (Adm.) Note about. 23 / fi « 

Bible, New Translation, Meeting of the Old 

Testament Kevisors, 22 > 3e— 2SI m 12 a 
Scientific Accui-acy of the Bible, 4 ; 111 « — 

5;7/-8>7rf-9 ; 7 d-9 ;7/-ll> 7/^14 

J 7rf— 14 ;9 f—\b i 7 c^\Sj 107-18/12 k 

— 19> 8 «— 21 ; 10 rf— 22 ; 7 t— 28 j 10 5 
Bicycles and Tricycles, 6/ 4 ^ 
Bidden ( W.) on Taxation and Bepresentatioa, 18 

r\o t 

Bidder (G. P.) on the Dynamite Outrages, 1 m 

Via 
Bilio a^ard.) Illness of. 81 9 5 A 
Bills of Sale, Number Registered during the Past 

Bird (H. E.) on Railway Progress, 16 ; II 5 
Birmingham, Cattle Show at Bingley Hall, 6 m 
10 « 

(hargt against the Medical Officers of, 25 

m 5 r 

"Forward " Liberal Club, Aj9 f 

Mr. George Delivers his Lecture — " the 

Land for the People " at, 24 / 5 /" 

the Members for, at, 4 ; 9./ 

Proposed Bishopric for, I t'l e 

Use of the Knife in. 4 ; 8 a 

BIRTHS :— In Consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical Lial 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Dom^ 
niens. as also of all British Subjects bom 
abroRd, which can be inspected at any time a$ 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists aa ad* 
vertised in the Time*. 
Bishop for North Europe. Note on. 25 ; 4 5 
Bishop's Pririlege, Franking of Letters. 25 ai 8 
Bishopric of Somerset, Note on, 1 6 t 8 A 
Bishopagate Ward— Application for a New Elec- 
tion, 3 ; 4 /• 
Bismarck (Prince) on State Insurance, 22 at € rf 
Blackley (Rev. W. L.) Plunder of Poor Man'e 

Providence. 9; 12 f 
Blakeney (W.) on the Board of Trade and 

Merchant Shipping, 24 7 12 a 
Blasphemy Prosecutions, 26 /* 10 rf— 28y 9 « 

Release of Mr. Foote, 25 /^ 10 rf 

Blenheim Pictures, see Fine Arts 

Blue Ribbon Movement, Meeting, 21 1 10 / 



March 31, 1884.] palmer's index to tbe *' times " newspaper. 



Bri 



Blunt (Wilfrid) Lecturing in India, lif'Sb 

Bogus Ciub at £xmouth. 16/ € d 

Bohemia, General Strike in, lU m 5 d—20 m S b 

Bokhara (Kmir of) Interview with, 2/ 10 6 

Bolckow, Vaughaa & Co . 3 m 1 1 h 

Bolivia. Ministerial Chan;?es, 19 » 7./ 

BoUingbrooke House Pay Hospital, Wandsworth 

Common, Fancy Ball to Aid, 22JSd 
Bone, How it is Built. 8 ; 3 a 
Boodle (H. T.)on the Toor Dwellings in Clerken- 

well. 15; lOrf 
BooKo :— 
Biographical Sketch nnd Letters of the late 

Princess Alice, in the Press, 8 m 12./' 
Library of MSS. of Senator Vergauven, to 

be Sold in Brussels, 21 70/ 
Literary and other Notes, 5 j A f—\l j S a 

— 18;6*— 25> 10 k— 6 f 9 e— IS/* 10 a— 7 m 

II /— 14 iM 10 a~21 m 10 /i— 28 m\0o 

Published in 1883, 1 ; 7 a 

the Queen's New Volume. 4 ; 9/ 

Timtt Column of New and New £diiions, 

aee tvtnf daift paper 

tf a&o Reviews 

Booth (W. B.) on the Salvation Army and Ger- 
many. 8 ; 3 « 
Coo'hby (^C. £ ) on the Southwell Bishopric, 18 

Bordman k Co., on the Trial of the Explosives, 

28 ; 12 a 
Borough of Chelsea Liberal Association, Annual 

Meeting, 14/ 11 « 
Borthwick (Lord) on Importation of Foreign 

Cattle. 22 ; 4./ 
Bnsanquet, Salt & Co., Amalgamate with other 

Banks, b m \) b 
Bosnia and Herzegovina. 1/6 </— 25 mh b 

Mifrcelliineous News. 19 m 5 c 

Boulak Museum. Professor Masperi*s New Cata- 
logue of, 1 1 ; 8 /— 22 ; 10 a 
Bourke (Rt. Hon. Robt.) at King*s Lynn, 29 ; 6c 

at the Lee Conservative Club. 18 ; 12 n 

Boaraemouth, Incorporation of, Memorial against, 

23> 10 e 
Swanage and Poole Steam Packet Company, 

6/llrf 
Bonverie (£. P.) on the Riddlesberger Act, 12 m 

11a 
Bow and Shorediteh County Court, New Judge, 

12; lOtt— 15^ 6 b 
Bower (Geo.) Gas v. Electricity, l«y 6 a 
Boy* Public Day Schoel Company, Public 

Meeting at Clapham. 22 j B e 
Brabazon (Lord) on Public Playgrounds for the 

Children of the London Poor. 22 ; 8 c—l2 m 6 c 
Brackenhjiry (CJolOon (Tiinpowder Considered as 

the Spirit of Artillit-ry. o /ii 4 a 
Bradford Chnmher of Commerce, Annual Soiree. 

22 , 7 ./ 

Kxchange Company, 29 tl I </ 

Brmllaugh (Charles^ Address at Northampton, 

8/8r 

— Accepts the Chiltern Hundreds. ^^ f 7 e 
— — A'.Mi'M a>;Hi:iM ihe ^e^geMlll-at•A^^i8, sef 

CiTTi, AcTioys - Bradfavffh If. Gosset 
-^_- (bourse of Lectures on Socialism, 6y 4/ 
«— . at Eastbourne, 9 ; 7 c 



Bradlaugh ^Chas.) the Latest Place of his Parlia- 
mentary Struggle. 21 / 10 a 

and the Irish Party, 26fl0f 

Letter to the Sjwaker. 22/S d 

at Nelson, near Burnley, 21 ; 7 rf 

New Position of. 15 /" 10 « 

and Sir Stafford Norihcote, 7 m 10 rf— 8 m 

12 ^ 

Notices about. 20 /" 9 r— 21 ffi /"— 10 m6b 

- Parliament and the People, Lecture on, 7 
y lOr 

on Perpetual Pensions, a Lecture, at Bridge- 
water, 15 »j 10 a 

Presents himself to Take the Oath, 9 / 9 / 

— 11/9/— 12/ 8« 

is Revolution near in Europe— Ought we 

to Hapten or Hinder it? 18 y 7 /— 25/7 d 

Bradley (G. C.) on a Proposal to Recoup the 
Library of Bp. Barry. 6 / 8 *— U / 8 a 

Brady (Sir A.) Memorial to, in Stratford Church, 
17 m lOr 

Bramwell (Sir F.) on Thames Communications, 
25/6/ 

Legislative Nnllitv, 1 w 6 ^ 

Branson & Co., on Coffee and Coflfee Extract, II 

f 4« 
Brsssey (Sir Thorn a s"* Account of the Latest 

Voyage of the Sunbeam, \ j 7 h 
Bratsberg Coppor Company, 13 /« 11 e 
Brawling in Church, o f 1 r 
Breach of Promise Case — Miss Fort.scuo t;. Lord 

Gsrmoyle, 9 / 10 /— 21 / « a— '^^ / 9y — 15 »i 

12 </— 24 m 9 / 
Brentfoni, the Drainage of. 2 ; 2 « 
Brett (Reginald) on General Gordon*s Proclama- 
tion, 21 / 8r 
Bridger (Rev. J.) on ICducated Emigrants, 2^ 4 « 
Bridges. Remarkable. 19 /5 /* 
Brigandsge in Smyrna, 10 )' 8 a 
Bright (E. B.) on Electric Street Fire Alarms, 1 

/3« 
(Rt. Hon. John) Address to his Constituents 

at Birmingham. 8<t 7 U) a 

and the Ami A'^accinators, 23/6/ 

on a Duty on Wheat, 18 /« 10 /" 

at the Forward Liberal Club, Birming^ 

ham, 31 ; 10 a 

at the Friends' Institute, 22 m 10 d 

on the Land Laws, 29/5 e 

on Our National Expenditure, 14y 8 b 

Brighton Aquarium Cotnpany, 8 f\\ «— 21 / 11 c 

(!eni**terv Exciting Scene in, I4i 9 /" 

Ceatrnl Pier Bill. 7 w 3 d 

Grtind Hotel Company, 29 ? II i— 14 ^ 11 c 

Humiliating S'>ectaclo caused by the Wreck- 
age of Stori'8 of the Simla ^ 4 / 6 e 

and HoveC'o Operative Supply Association, 

} r \\ d 

Briirs Baths Co?npany. Brighton, 29/ II d 
BriKtol. Proi-o^ed Bishopric of, 14 j 10 a— 16^ 7 
a— 17 ? H rt -U /H /»— 2*i j 2€ 

Donations Towards the Fund, 23 1 6 / 

Notp about. 22 / 2 e 

anil ^outh Wales Railway Wagen Com- 
pany. 2H J 1 I fl-12/11 c 

and West of England Land Mortgage ancl 

Invcsuiitnt Company, 12/ 11 c 

19 



Bri 



PALMKU'S INI»KX TO '' TJIE TIMKS " KEWSPAPER. [JaD. 1 iO 



Brine (Col.) on White Elephanti, 7/ 7 /' 
British Academy of Fine Arts tt Rom«, Animal 

Meeting. 29 ; 5 e 

American Land Company, 28 m II r 

AsaociatioD, Lecture at, on Canada, 30 i 5 e 

Subjects for Special Discuuiun during 

the Mteimg in Montreal, 6 m 6 e— 8 m 4 a 

President Nomina te<I, 16 m II / 

Burmah. Kevenue^ Administration of, for 

1882-3. 28;9« 

Cuiumbia. Note on. 2/5 / 

■ Anti-Chinese Measures in, 15 ; 5 /" 

Home for Incurables, Clapham, 11/10 c — 

19 m it b 

India Trade in 1882-3, 28 ; 7 a 

Indian Tea Company, \f 11 / 

Insulite Company, 6/11 «— 20 m\\ e 

Iron Trade Association, C /" 1 1 ^—3 m 11 a 

Land Company, 31 > U d—^ /lid 

Legation in Athens, 25/6 d 

Medical Association, Annual Meeting, 15 

m 12 « 

-— — Museum. Assyiiin Antiquities at, 19 ; 6 e 
' Precautions against the Expected Dyna- 

mite attack on, 3 m 7 e 

Orphan Asylum, Slough, Anniversary Fes- 
tival, J 4/ 12 6 

Annual Meeting and Elections, 9 / 10 cf 

Sailors and the Merchant Shipping Bill, 28 

mZt 

• Scenery, Origin of, st-tf Geikie 

Shipowners' Company, 1 1 ; 1 1 c 

— and American Mortgage Company, 17 m 11 
^—27 w 11 

and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, 

177 10 A— 22; 11 d 
' Sailors* Society, Mrs. Gladstone Opens a 

Bazaar to Aid. 2 ; 1 1 d 
•— — and New Zealand Mortgage and Agency 

Company, 16; 11 e— 21 m 11 </— 26 m \l d 
Broadhurst (Henry) on Drink and the Working 

Classes, 18 / 7 d 

at the Glasgow Liberal Association, 1 8 j 12 6 

Testimonial to, 24 j 7./ 

— and Burt and the Brntllaugh Vote, 2C / 8/ 
Brodrick (George C.) on the lieprescntawion of 

Ireland, 10 m 4 /' 
(W. St. John) on the Roynl Commission on 

Dwellings of the Poor, 22 / 4 / 
Broniby ^C. H.) on Ecclesiastical Courts and 

Koyal Commissions, 4 ; 4 6 
Bronte (Dukedom of) 29 j 10 /* 
Bronze Casting in Belgium. 3 m 4 a 
Br*snan (T. Canon) the, Vatican and 0*ConneU, 

Browne (C. M.) on the Dangerous Quarter of 

London, 22; 10 / 
Bruce- Gardyne (D. G.) on the Philadelphia and 

Beading Railway, 7/ 11 a 
Brussels Conservatory of Music Celebrate the 

Centi-nary of Fetis, 27 m 6 d 
Buckfast Abbey, Excavations at, 29 ; 2 e 
Buckingham, Conservative Banquet at, \i /9J 
Budapest, General National Exhibition at, 31 

.;' 10./ 
Buddhists at the Zoological Gardens, 29 / 10 </ 
Buenos Ay res, Tidal Vuivc breaks over, 16 / SJ 
20 



Building Trades Exhibition, tee AcRicrLTrsAL 

Hall 
BULGAELl:- 
(Constitution of Ternora, Am«ndiiient< to, 

4i5^/ 
Embassv to St. Petersburg Suppressed, 12 

Events in, 10 ; 10 r— IS > 5 d 

Expulsion of Three Kussians from, 13_/"5 * 

Journalists Ordered out of the Country, 3 

/6d 

Legislative Proceedings. 7 » 6 a 

Speech of Prince Alexander, SJ h e 

Miscellaneous News, 1 i5/—2jS «— 14 i C 

(,—31 / 5 6-4 / 5 /— 7 / 6 f -14/ 6 d— 16y 7 
d— 18 /57— 27 m oe 

New Electoral Law, 5 ; 5 f 

and Koumaiiia, 4 m 5 c 

and Turkey. 7 /*5 /* 

Bunning (Theo. Wood) on the Loss of Life is 
Coal Mmes. 19 m 10 e 

Bunyfu Nanjio, Note on, 19 m 6 e 

Burdett ( H. C") on Municipal Finance and Cor- 
poration Stocks, 18> 3 a 

Burglar, Struggle of a Young Lady with One, at 
Heston, 30; 12 r 

Burglars Attempt to Escape in Westminster, 31 
; 5 d 

Burglary at tke Dairy Supply Company, Blooms- 
bury, 2 / 1 1 e 

in Ovcupation Road, Walworth. 8 / 3 a 

in Southampton Street. Strand, 6 / 4 « 

Burial, Waiting for, for Twenty YcArs, 10 i 11 e 
Burnley Liternry and Scientific Club, Sir U. 

Kay-Shuttleworth's Address to. 7 i 7y 
Burns (Dawson) on Keshub Chunder Sen, 15 

j S a 
(John) on the Merchant Shipping Bill, 28 / 

lUe-31 m7 d 
(Robert, the Poet) Sale of Autographs of, 

at Sotheby's. 30 ; 7 / 

Anniversary Celebrations. 24 ; 7 a 

Button Trade. Statistics of, 4 ; 3 r 

Buxton (E. N.) on the Londoa School Board, 19 

m 12 r 

( F. W.) on the Government and the Soudan, 

19 w 8r 
Byker li ridge Company, 1.^/11 d 
B>le8 (^Sir John) Anecdote about, 7/5 / 
BuMncss in 1883. 1 i 10 a 
Byron (Lord) ©n Thrift Development, 12 ; 10 / 

Autographs, Sale of, at Sotheby's, 19 /'4 a 



Cab Fares. Meeting Adopting a Sixpenny Far* 
for the First Mile, 12^ 8 d 

Cabinet Council Meetings, 8 j 7 /— 4 ; 9 f—oj» 
/-21 J 9 /-23> 9 «-24i 9 /•~25 ; 9 /'— 28 j 9 
y _29 ; 9y-31 ; 9^—1/ 9 f-^l J 9 /--9y 9 r 
— 11 /9/— 12/ 9d-.13/ll d— 15 / 5 c— IS 
J 7S-19 /"lOtf— 22/9«— 26y lOu— 1 m 11 « 
— 6 w 10 a- 8 m 12 A— 12 w 10 a— 17 m 10 i»— 
24 m 9 d— 26 ttt 10 a— 28 m 10 0— 31 m 9 / 

Cabmaa^s Shelters, 1 7 4 c 

Caird (Sir James; India, the Land and the Peo- 
ple, Mr, Bright on, 10 j 3 « 

Cairns (Earl; un Miss-ionary Enterprise, 8^5/* 



March 31, 1881. J palmku^b imdkx to ** the times" NBWsrAriR. 



r&i 



rnlifornia. Mirage in, 3 m i e 

Califurnian Industries. 8 ; S € 

Callto, British Captain made Prisoner at, bt ft t 

Cambrian Society, Aanual Dinner on St. David's 

Day. 3 m 9 € 
Cambridge Antiquarian Society, U m 12y 

- Fund. 12 / i<6 
CAMBEIDOE UNIVEB3ITY:— 

Accounts. 19 w 10 (T 

Appointi»eniB, 9 7 6 <~21 ; 7 r--23 ; 9 / — 

26 ; 5/— «y5 /— tt/11 rf— 14/10 i»— 21 /6 6 
— 25 / 7 c—27 / 6 6—3 w 9 €—29 m 12 / 

Aristophanes at, 28 /'S « 

Awards of Sclwlarships and Prices, 23 ; 9 

/— 31 7 10 /— 11 /9 f—\bm 12«— 19« 10 c— 

24 m 7 c— 2(5 in 10« 

Burney Prize— Subject. \fld 

(. hancellor's Medal. Subjects for Examina- 
tion. 6 / 6 / 

Clark Lectures. 23 ; 9 f 

Class Lists, 5 / 9./— 21 i 7 e— 25 ; 10 « 

Congregations, 4 j 6 c -28^ 5 /— 22y 8 t— 

22 /« 10 « 

Degrees Conferred, 28> 5 /■-8 /" 10 rf— 22 /" 

8 e— 7»i lOr— 21 m iOr 

Elections. 27 / 6— 12 m T, /— 17 m 10 d— 

22 7/1 10 €-24 m 7 c^29 m \2 f 

Examinations, 4/6 c— 5 ; 9 /— 15 / 7 rf— 

17 J 9 €—21 7 7r— 14 / 10 c— 23/ 13 /— 12 *« 
€/— 22 w 10€— 24 wi 7 c 

Financial Board, 22 w 10 € 

General Board of Studies— Appointments, 

22 m 10 € 

(irant to Mr. Mand ley to enable him to 

Explore CentrHl Auiorici, ^< / 10 ^/ 

ilul^an Lectures — Kit ft i.)n, 1 / 7 il 

Prize, 1 / 7 </ 

Kaye Prize. Award of. ; 6 ^ 

Li.<«t of '* Women '* wl.o have Passed Kxa- 

mination, 23 / 9 A 

L4ical Examinations, 26 w 10 « 

Matriculation in, 29 ; 7 ff~Jj /Re 

Mui'i'ilaneous News, 14 ; 7 »/ 

■ Ktgislrar's .'^.•ilai> to he Iiicrfifcd. 19 m IOr 

Report of the \i<nn\ for A.lij.iJein;^, Hr. 

Ntm-< otieiriat* sti»' o. t« 1 1 7 . 

Kci-resentaJive Im I he Ttr it'i tenary of 

Edinburgh UniviT!«My. H • !o / 
" — St. John's (.olio^e, . im >;;i ii cs about, 2 

;9« 
' — Stleci Preac-hers, 2y j 7 </— 27 / (i a — 31 w 

7 d 

- • Special Ronni of Nte*! v\n\ 17 / 9 € 
tor Meuiaevnl and .Mtxie n Languages 16 

m 12 / 

Vice-rhai.cellor. Koiiri merit of Dr. Porter. 

11 7 7c 

CaniVriilge Working Men's Liberal Club on 

LlectorHl Re:orm. 19 ; 3 € 
Cameo (uttii.g, \S f b d 

Ciunuell & Co.. 15 w 13 *•- 18 w 11 ^-27 wi 1 1 r 
Campbell (Gio.y Slavery in the Soudan, 26 / 4 / 
- — and Sons. 24 ; 11 €—1 Ml / 
CarapUll- Walker (Lt.-(^ol.) on the AlUgtd 

Diuakenness on Bank Holiday, 4 7 8c 
CAKAIjA: - 

lit i?3.>, 2J y 6 ^ 



Canada {iontinutd), 

Appomtments, 24 m 6 a 

Boundary v^uestion between Ontario and 

Manitoba, 1 ; 3 e— 22 / 5 € 
Bribery in, 20 w 5 <^— 21 m 5 <?— 24 m G a— 

96m 5c 
and the Britinh Association, 30 7 5 < 

Budget, 4 w. u r— 10 m 6 A— 25 « 10 / 

Chinese Xmmigraion, 6/ 5 € 

Commercial News, 1 / 3 <•— 14 i 6 b 

Dominion Parliament, Oi)eQiag of, \7 j 5 / 

E-^timates, 13 / 6 cf 

Exploration of Hudson's Bay, 4 w 5 c/ 

French Populition in, 1 1 ; 4 /' 

the Government asd the Exchange B .nk 

of Montreal, 4 / 5 /— 7 / 6 e— 12y 6 r 

Grain ShipmenU at Montreal, 80 ; 5 e 

Items of News, l:i / 4 a— 20 / 4 /— 1 1 m 4 

6—18 m 10 c 

Knights of Labour Petition for the AboH- 

tion of Ahsisted Passage to, 18 /'6 6 

Lansdowne (Lord) on Kinigration to, b f\e 

Dinner to by th-^ Toronto Cilub, 12 ; 5 /" 

and Party Vi^n Nidgara Fal!^. \2 ) b f 

Legislative Proceeilings, 9/6 rt— 1 m 7 e — 

—3 /« <> </— 19 m be— 27 mo e— 211 tn7 d 

Liquor Tnil.ij in 29 m 7 d 

Loyal Diange Association of Canada, Bill 

to Incoiporate, 18 /HA 

M.tniioba and the Government, 6 «i 5 /' — ny 

m6/' 

MisrelljuHOUi News, 29 ; 10 b—b m 1 J — 2b 

m 5 ( --iil m <> h 

New t'abinet, 14/06 

INjstal ArrHnjfenunis, 30 ' 5 d 

Provi.sionai Government, New Members, 25 

Railway Loan. 21 / 5 f-22 / 5 €—25/6 c 

— 1 w 7 r —7 m r> '/ 

News, 1 7 3 «r 

Railways and Canab in. 25 / II y 

Revenue Return^*. M) , h d 

Rihin}^ of tho M. Lawrence, throwing 600 

Men out of Kinplnv. .'» ; .'» e 

and >p.iii», L'» //» 7 / 

Trail: fer ol ii.-il I^tale, Bill to Simplity, 

20/ 4 / 

V'iuleiit (i:il.- at Compton, 60 Buildiigs 

DfStro^ed. 17 / o <l 

W nter (\ti nival at Montreal, 2ti i 5 / 

Woman Suffrage Granted, '7 mj h 

VkswMVA ( ompany. 27 <// 1 I r 

- Noiih Went La.-.l ('ojnpan>, 19 / 13 « 
Canad an Kinam'. \ n< ^'1 t — )^ m ^d 

t aital i'ur.iis .Act Ain-t) Inirnt Bill. 2.3 f 7 € 

- -- and rran:\v»jv l»iil> I / 12 6 
CANALS:- 

Joidail Vallev. .'5 in 7 t 

:»ianvlK-5ler >lu{.. 4 , «; r-19 / K -»— 23 / 8 e 

— 2') 7 I) / — 12 m 10 ./ -13 m 6 / — 14 w 12 c— 
ir, ,;, i:i f — 18 m 12 «i- ii» rw 5 /— 20 m 12 6— 
21 /« 9 u -22 /« 13 / -25 m 4 a— 26 m 7 d^'ll 
m G / -28 «i 5 t -2'.» m 7 d 

Nii'arHguan. 'lb f b f 

0.\ford, 20/ 11 c 

- Panama 25 ^"6 c —12 m 5 /*— 14 m 5 t 

6hip of (iuadali^uiyer, 7 / 10 a 

i> 21 



Can 



PALMBft 8 IM1>BX T " THE TtUVA NEWSPAPCK. 



[Jan. 1 f 



Cauais {rontitiufd), 

State uf Shares in Companies, f«e evtry 

Siifz. Administration of, 6 / lOf 

Kriti^h Directors of, 26 m 10 «— 28 w 5 r 

M. I^ueps on. 18 ? n 6 

Meetings of Chanib«*rs of (^mmertv on, 

W lOe 
of the Monthlv Board, 10 1 5 /— 14 ; 6 

A -6/'5e 

of Shareholders to Protest sgaindt the 



Af^roement, 2G / 5 </— 11 m 5 d—^l^ m 5 c— 14 

/ .'1 r 
Notes on, 22/10 6-24 > 12 r— 20 ; s rf— 

Hi f Ha 
Notices about. 14 ; 9 A— 16 ; 5 € — 1 7 / 6 o 

— 17; 5e— 22 ; ^-r» / 5 /"— 6 / 6^ — 14 / 11 

e -rSJ 7 rf— 26 / 6 6—29 / 6 6-8 m 6 a— A m 

5 r 
— Statistics of . 4 / 11 6 
( annes. the Season at. 30 ; 12 a 
Protest against Building on the IsUad of 

St. Marguerite at. 25 m 5 <- 
Canterbury ^ Abp. of ) Notices about, 23 / 9 / — 

17 m 10 d^-\ti m \{) fi 

Cathedral, Royal Visit to, 13 / 7 a 

Diocesan Kducatiou Society, Special Meet- 

iu^', 23 » 10 f 

Military Riot at, 1 j 4 c— l*i / 7 a 

Cuioa. U» > C, f 

(ape Copper Mining Company, ti m 1 1 r 

DiHDiondM, 1 / (J /* 

CAPE OF GOOD HJPE :- 

- Ap|)omtnients, 3n / ;» </- \^ m \\\ f 

Harrnckw for Otyw«yo. i» ; « r 

Basutoiand. British Resident in, 2 jo e 

roMlrol of. 14 / (J c — 31 m J / 

- Corre«»pondeiMre about. 18 / 7 « 

CeiywMvo. Movfiih-nis of. .'in / S r 

■ i ajtured au>i bii>ught back to Kkowe, 

S\ ; **> r 

Death of. 13 /'5 6 — 18 / o u— 25 / 6 r/ — 5 m 

7 /— 12 M 5 /—2{)m 6< 

. Note«< on, 14/10 rf--2H m 6 /' 

Still Cnburied. \d m 6 e 



Death of ( ham, 23 / 7 e 

Lord Derby and the Boers, 10 > 6 6 

EHriliquake in, 9 y 6 c 

Elections. 1 i b f 

. Exhibiiion of Industry and Art in Durban, 

7 j6 ./— 28 m 6 e 

the Governor and Lord Derby, 1 / 6 e— 11 

/8 a 

■ ' ■ Banquet to Sir K. Robinson. Governor of 
the Cape, on his Leaving Kngland to Retura, 
4 m 5 e 

Leaves England, 7 m 8/ 

Hat Tax, 23/7 c 

Isandlaaa Memorial Service, 5th Anniver- 
sary. 26 ; 5 d 

Meeting iu Basutoland to Consider the 

Terms of Government, 8 7 3 </ 

Mis'oellMnwui.H N«»wh. 8i 3 e— 9 ; 6 6 — 17 ; 6 

cf'23 I 5 ti— 9 / o t— 23 fit -27 / 5 €—28 / 6 
e— 10 m 6 a— 13 m 6 «— 17 m 6 a— 19 m 5 «— 
28 m 5 e 

Native Tiibes in the Transvaal, U 3 10 a 

22 



Gape of Good Hope {ronhnued). 
— New rruiiAvaai Convention Agreed to, *iH 

/ 13 /--2« / 6 6 
Text of the Convention. 28 r 6 * 

Dr. <)ftebro*s Mission Sution DestroTe<i. 

30 ; 5 d 

the Premier, Mr. Scanlen, Lcares EnglanJ. 

8 ; 6 a 

Badways in, 1 7 i 6 <f 

Resident Appointed by Government f«jr 

Montffioa and Mankorcane. 11 ; 9/ 

Bich Silver Mine Discovered in, *lZjbd 

Sham Fight at Kkowe, 23y 7 c 

Small Pox in, 3j 3 e 

Stellaland, 8(H) Families Organize a Gorem- 

ment in. 19 ; 7 e 

Transvaal, see Trahsvaal 

Treatment of Natives in the Transraal 4 

;36 

Tribal Fights in, 2 ^ 5 /*— 12 fb rf-13 fhb 

—II fb <i— 25 f 6 o— « m 7 /— 7 m 5 rf— 17 « 
6 6-18 m S d 

Wai News. \ f b d 

Zululiind. John Dunn in, I f B d 

ZuIuj$ and Furgues, Disturbances between, 

2:< / 5 </— 30 i 5 li 

Cape Verd Ulands, Report on the Trade and 

luduMriis of, 12 / 4 / 
Cnpital aud labour. Note on. 7 ; 4 < 
( appcr <,Hi>bert) on the Congo Treaty, 20 m 8 1 
Carbutt (E. H.; on Indian Railways, 11 ; 8 & 

on l*ovarty and Prof?ress, 22 j 10 d 

Carlingford (Lord) at the Liverpool Reform 

I lub. 30; 7e 
Carli.-le. New Dean. 25 / 9 / -26 j 10 d 
Carlton Club, Meeting of the Conservatives at, 
12 w 10 a 
— Mr. Marrioit EleiJtini a Member. 7 w 10 « 
Carlyle (Thos.) Pro^Hised Memoriul to. 16 / 12 / 
Carnarvon (I^ord) at the (^ity of London Consti- 
tutional Club. 31 m 10 e 

at a Cou>ervativi; Meeting at Taunton, 21 

; 10 c 
I — at Newbury, 25 > 7 c 
I Carpenter (11. S.) Coffee and Coffee Extract. S 

Carriage Tax, Deputation to Abolish. lOi 6 6 
Carriages, Taxes on, 19/18/ 
Carruthers (Wm.; on the Scientific Accuracvof 
I the Bible, 5 f 7 /-9 ; 7 /— 14 / 7 «/— 18 ; 12 h 

Cart iloraes, English Society, see English 
\ Horse Show, 2«. / 1 1 6—27 / 7 /— 28 /" 12 « 

— *J9 / n r— 3 m 4« 
Carter ^ L. M.l on Iribk Glebe and Church Lando. 
1 2ia/ 
Carihu-ian Monastery at Grinstead, Rating 

Appeal Case, 5 ; 6 6 
Ca8M.>ll iSL (^.o.. 12 ;n \i d 
CastL-llani Collection, Sale of, in Paris, 10 w9 } 

— 11 /M 4 6—18 m 5 0— 19 m 5 <f 
Cathedral Eittablishments Commission Meetinj^s. 

VI f 6 //— li m 10 e 
CaliioLc Union of Great Britain. Fir«t II. 1 1: 

I'eaily Mcciing, 14 m 10 r/— 15 m 1 1 / 
Cats. Plague among, iu India. 14 ; 5 n 
Caiiley (Wm.;outheCouservative Dual .^onirol. 

iij 11/ 



Mareh 81, 1»84.] 



palmer's index to "the TfWEa" NEWSPAPER. 



Che 



CATTLE:— 

Deptford Foreign Market, 26 w 6 rf— 29 m 

Disease in America, Me America. 

in Denmark, 20 / 9 r 

m Ireland, 22 i fi e 

in Palefltine. 9 / 7 r 

in the Provinces. 2 » 11 «— 9 j 7 c— 10 

)Sb—l6jCe^\i i 7 /—2i j lOa— 26j 10 A 
— 2rt ; i d^h t 9 f-7 fS A— 8 m7 d 

Depuiaiioii to Grovernment about, 9 /*1 1/ 

Meeting of (^orporatioui at Westminster 

PaUce Hotel. 25 w 'd / 

• in Norfolk on, t ; 7 d 



Meetings about. 12m 10 « 

Newr Bills on, 19/9 6—11 m 10 /— 13 m 

6/— Um»c/-16 w 11 /— 24 w9 / 

Notes on. U ; 8 a— 16 ) 7 k—lGj 6 « — 

19 I (i /• 
Text of the Bill to Amend the Bill 

Now in Force. 9/11/' 

Official Returns. 7/12 6—8 ; 7 i-U 

; 10 rf— 19 ; 8 «— 21 / 8 t— 5 / 10 e— 9 / 11 /— 
12y 5 rf— 19 / 9 6-26 A 7/— 10 m 9 e— 15 m 5 
r — 17 m 11 a— 24 w 7 c— 81 m 8 6 

Orders Relating to, 14 /* 12 A 

Outbreak near Preston. \S f7 h 



Privy ('ouncU Orders on, I m (> rf— 16 in 

13«— 28 m II e 

Provincial Meetings on, 1 f 7 d - 4 / «- - 

r, /« 10 / 

Exhibition of ShorihorHS at Birmingham, 6 

M 1 o e 

Foreign Trade. « /« 6 rf— 13 m 6/— 18 m7 f 

— 14m 6/ 

Importation of. from Amorioi. 8 ) 12 a 

of Fori^gn, 22 > 4 /— 4 /ti6— 5/ 2c — 18 

/ U» r 
Notes on. 5/10 c— 22 m 1 1 /— 29 m «i /* 

Paiis Show of. Ifi f 5 d 

>iile of the Oevon ili-rd of Stowey Court, 6 

//ill/ 

Show and Exhibit on of Agricultural Imple- 

nicfitii at Paris, 1 1 / A h 

J)(«le ot tbe Market, .see eveiif d<ty*s paper 

Trade and the I'orporation of London, 7 

m 12 ft 

i 'aution against a Canvasser from Messrs. Stewart 

and Matie of Glaigow, a Myth Finn, 22/3 r 

an Impostor as from an Hospital, 3\ m 7 d 

Cavendish v. Lord Frederick) >»iatue of, for Barrow, 

2 f7 d-^2b m 12 6 
Celtic ami Komin Britain, 15 ; 9/ 
Cemeteries Bill, 16 / 4 r 
CeQ»u9 Report of the North West Provinces of 

India. 11 /H a 
( entenarian. Rhoda Bunn, Aged 108 Years, the 

Qutren Presents an Engraving of herself to, 24 

"( tf c 

William Gray. Aged lo4 Yean, Died at 

Chesterton, W f Hd 

Mrs. M. Haffle, Aged 100 Years, 18 f W t 

* — William Newhindt, King of the Gipsy Tribe, 

Aged 102 Years. 12 m 4/ 

J. SkiUing, ot Bagihet, Aged 100 Years, 22 

m 6c 

(central Asian News, 9jBh 



Central Asia, 26 j 6 /— 25 m 5 «— 26 m 6 6-31 
nt 6 ff 

Chamber of Agriculture. Meetings. 7 / 4 a 

Council of Diut^esan Conference, 19 m 6 e 

C-enlralizacion, Note on, 28 /8 a 

Chamber of Shipping. Annual Meeting, 31 ; 12 6 

— 16/12 6 

S.'venth Annual Meotinar. 16 / 4 / 

Chamberlain ^Rt. Mo i.^ Address to hit Constitu* 

ents at Birminiih nn 30 ) 10 a 

»• Declines to Visit Edinburgh. 9 1 10 6 

at the For^vard liberal i)lub, Birmingham, 

31 / 10 c 

in Newcastle-on-Tyne, 16 i 10 o— 17 j 7 a 

on PoHtics in Trades irnions, 26 » 7 / 

— cm Kail way Freights. 12 / 9 /* 

and the Roiherhiihe Tories. see Rotherhithi! 

aad the Shipowners, 23 /6c 

vShipping Bill. Note oh, ltn\2a 

Proposals, Conference of Shipowners &c., 

on the Subj.^r. held at Glasgow, 22 ; 10 /^ 

OHANOE OF SUANAlilES &c. :— 

Briscoe, Ilrnry. to be Ironside, 26 /" I 6 

Brown. G. W.. to be Radford. 6/16 

Clarke, B. L.. to be Clarke-Lens, A i \ h 

Cohen, JuUus or Jacob, to be Julius Wyatt 

Druee. 29 m 1 A 

l\>zens, Harry, to be Brooke. 20 w 1 6 

Driver, H. D., to be Driver- Holloway, 6 m 

1 h 

llighton. Arnold, to be High ton-Read*^, 2Q 

m I 6 

Irish. E. W. B., to be Thomas. 12 w I A 

Lambert, G. L., to be Be.K»e-Lauibei-t, 2 J / 

1 *> 

Martin, G. F.. to be Martin- Holloway, 6 m 

1 6 
Oakley, Alfred John, to be Cooper- Oakley, 

12 > Ir 

Paramore J. D., to be Dnnlap, 16 m 1 6 

Thomas, Wm., to be Waikyn-Tliomas, 21) 

iu I h 
Channel Tunnel. Notices about, 2 i 12 rf— 4 j 1 1 

/•-lu m 4 d 
Chnnning (F. A. on the Brighton Election, 1 m 

6a 
ChM|)el, Royal. Savoy, Preachers for the Month, 

I / 6e 

St. .James's. Lent Preachers, 25/6 c 

Whitehall. I /« 9 / 

Chaplaincies in Northern Europe, Episcopal 

Super visitm over, 4 / 10 a 
Chaplin (Henry) on the Cattle Disease, 14 i 8 a 

on the Meat Supply, 29 y 10 a 

Chapman and Hall. 16 m 13 c 

Charing Crosd Hospital and St. John's House, 

Note on, 13 /^ 4 / 
Charitable Appeals and Donations, see Each 

*So ietj^ or Churity 
CharityCom mission. New Commissioner. 2 j B f 

- Organization Society. Meeting. 26 ; 6 cf 
Chavanne ^Dr.) Leaves for the Conge, 31 ; 6 c — 

II /6e 

CheUea Conservative Association, Meeting at 
Kensiuirion, 7/4c— l3in6a 

Hospital, Duke of Cambridge Sends « 

Present of orame to,Sj 7 d 



Cho 



PALMEb'6 index to ** TTir TIMK8 " WEWWPAFBB. 



[Jao. 1 to 



t i.fi^cA Elospital for Women, Notice about, 18 

IJl>erHl Association, Acnval Meeting, 22/6 
r-'j:i , 7 /. 

UimhI Hospital, Entertainment to the Oki 

<..lrii».r«, 18/9/ 

< :> 1 ♦riiham. Conseryatite Meeting at. I f$e 
i .. -hire Snlt Trade, 1 1 j 9 e 

{ h -I Ml ;F. W.) on the Burial of Cetywajo, 29 

/// (> / 
iMi the Treatment of Nativei in the Trans- 

v.uii S)4r 
i h ster (Bp. of) Proposed Retirement of, 14 ; 9 

- - Nt'W Bi^^lwp, 13/11 d~23/iay— 7 m 3 * 

— I J m H h 

rii .1 vtyuA ( — ) on the Con^erratiTe Dual Control 

i'» ':. (^ 

< h\^ i.N- j>f IMleville 17 iw 6 6 

1 li' (l. r- . - . j»t I'ontcfnict. I / 7 r 

< liii.iu I ar llv Pat.toini.o. S / H/ 

< )i ii I Ik'( Government Uefune to AUo<r Uailwars 

ii». :'J> / .'> f 
nnil B »livia, 19 / 5 f 

- :mtl IVni. 14 / /. -l>.> / 6 r— 10 w 6 *— 1 1 
., ■» ./_27 m 5 €— 2'.» m 4 /— .'U wi 7 A— 31 m Hn 

< l»i:lii)jit<»n Iron CTompanv. 16 m IHr — 'J4 mi 1 1 6 
• 'hiiiM (jrass, Meeting about, ID j \2 f 
CHINA :- 

(Capture of Bacninb by tbo French, 14/ 6/ 

(Changes and AppDi.itnieuis, 18 / ti 6 

Chemistry in. 12 //? 10 a 

Chilean, Enifhnd Stipulates to Protect, 23 

/ 5 If 

(^ommercinl Ncw«. 20 j ?, r 

DiploraJii.r Mov.in iw- 14 )D/ 

Financial » risis in. "«".» f ;> c 

• !ind Gerin:iiiy. 2M / '» <• 

Itvms of News. 3 ; H /- -5 / 3 a 

Military Freparati \\\^ in, 28 / 7 a 

M •"»<•( II ineous New», 5 m 1 / 

Ni'W War JShips. 1 1 ; 6 rj 

- l*»-o»(»ition of F«>rc'_;'>"*rs in. f^ / I*) /> 
K -volt 111 MtMJifuii.i. ii I .') e 

and bcr Tributaries. M / «» 6 

War Ne '■'!. 1 ; .") n -.'s , ;» /, 

Chin se KiMbn-< y. 10 ; 7 ^/ -21 / 6 a 

Navy, \2 m h /?— 31 w (> .j 

Spirit (Nimmunicationji, 7 m A f 

Cholera, the Germ of, 29 f I c 
Cholmondeley-Fennell f H.) Moral of the Battle 

of Tama«<i. i'> u\ 5 /' 
Christchurch. Proposed Incorporation of, 19 m 

3o 
Christmas Cards. Notes on, 2/12 6—4 / 10 a 

Postal Work, 2 / 9 « 

Church Association, 5 / r> e 

19th Annual Meeting, 7 /"S / 

Congress, Meeing of, 8> 6 /— 18 j 6 rf— 21 

Discipline in Scotland, 19 m 12 h 

» Mission-iry Society, Donation of the Rev. 

Mr. Wigram, 2/7 d 

Provincial Meeting, 8 i 5 /" 

Rates in Bethnal Green, 4 ; 6 / 

^— Schools Company, First Annual Meeting, 

28 fV2 f 
24 



' Church Schools Company, New Head Matter, JO 
I in 6 r 

School mastera Benevolent Institntioo, IS 

r\om 

■ Church Work in Assiniboift, 27 m 6 / 

in Sonth lyondon. 6 m 4 <i 

! of En<rland Central Society for Homefl for 

! Wa\U and Strays, 15 < 3 A 

Young Men's Society, Meeting of, 29 m 

10/- 

Churchill rTx>nl R.) at Blackpool Conservatire 
AssfM'ifltion, 25 j 12 a 

and his Charges against the Khedive, 25 / 

7 » 

at the City Consprvative Club. 2fi m 10 * 

at Ki<llin;;ron on the Kadlcal Party. 1/7 e 

, Re,>ly to t]K» Address of the London and 

Westminster Working Men's Cons tit utionil 
Assoc! at 'on. 1ft ; 6 '/ 

ai Wo(MUt(K«k, 30 I 12 6 

Chusan and iho Davis (^>nvention, 2/ 6 rf— 4/ 6 

ft — 1'» } 7 a 
' C'Tar Makinz at Seville, 11/5/ 
City Chu'clu'S. 21 nt 9 n 
('omj>rtni^'S Commission, Meetings, 2i f6 e 

—20 /» Ml r 

- of Lond'>n Brewery Company. 7 / 11 *• 
('oi)»»»M'\;itive Association, Annual Meet- 

I ing. I H / 1 1 / 

Conservative Club. Opening, of 12 m 6 e — 

15 m W r 

I Inaugural B*<nqnet, 2fi >« 10 h 

M.'irTM* of S il -s'l'iry Becjm^s President, 

I I ; 7 /i 

! Con'«tituli>nal H ib. 1 1 » 7 « — 21 m 9 a 

I)i»n-.i3ary .\nnuil Meeting. IH / 4 ^ 

Gnilds As<o»*intio-i. M-etiier (I i \\ f 

Liberal <"lub, lUtli .\nniveriiry Dinner. 19 

m 10 / 

of r>onilo'i (\dl »u ' and Mr. Gi?orge's B'K>W, 

I2y 4//-1H r K'f?' 

'• tba Lord Mayor on, A f1 f 

Co'Montion I'Im «neea. 2S m 5 r 

(irain Duty, Nolcs on, 25 J 7 </— 26/ 10 



/. 9^ / H h—li m 7 f 

Marine Insurance Corporation. 4 / 11 6 

\\ f \\ if 

U.ileuble Val'ieof. 2 > 3r 



Tniss Society, 77 ih Anniversary Festival, 

Voters. 28 / 6 « 



OtBces Company, 22 m 13 A 

Hud (J'lild-i of L()!idon Institute, 12 f% d 

CIVIL ACTIONS :- 

Abthil Kazxnk t'. Amir Haidar, 15 m 4 a 

re Aberyatii'itb Pier (Company, 18/44 

Ad.H)i'k r. (ipeaves, 7 m 3/ 

Aleoik r. Ia,vuw. 7 / 3 A 

re AMer'4on'* Dairy Farm, 21 / 4 /f 

Alimuddi Howladar and others 

Kri.shna Th^koor, 22 f'2 .i— 23/5 b 

Ailluisen r. Brooking, \b m i k 

re A man 22 > 4 t 

Amo.>< »'. Cliadwick. 23 ^5 e 

re Afd'^-* m's Application, 19 m 3 e 

re "AsliorL»or Atlo.it" Newspaper Company, 

10 m 10 e 



KaU 



llarch SI, 1884:.] palmer's index to "the times" newspaper. 



Civ 



Civil Actions {continued). \ 
Acqnith i;. Griffii. 4 m 3/ ( 

Atkina v. Lill ami another, 28 / 3 « | 

rt Atkinson, \ f Z h 

Atlenborough i?. Oswald. 19/3 c 

Attorney-General v. Birkbeck and others, 11 

J ia I 

V. Burslom Local Board of Health, 16y 3 d i 

V. Horner, 2h j '6j I 

P. Lvne, 16/2 r I 

rt Attorneys, 13 w 12 6 I 

Austerbfrry r. Oldham Corporation, 9/ 4 c I 

i-^ Bailey's Patent. {\ f \ c ' ' 

- — Baker r. Great Northern Hallway, 15 / 2 d 
V. Turner, Sons & Co., and another^ 19 / 

Sd 

Ballard v. Tomlingon, 14 / 4 a 

rt Banda and Kirwee Booty, 22 m 4 6 i 

Bank of Africa r. Benj imin, 29 ; 3 rf j 

rt Bankruptcy Notice, 29 w .5 r I 

Barclay v. W'heatley L Co., 16/3 « 

Barnard v. (-ross, 29 / 3 6 

Bayldo'i and Brealey v. Greaves, 14 m 3 6 

Bwkwith v. Brii^ht, 4 / 4 c 

Belemore v. Watson. 31 j 3 « I 

Beltr. Lawes, 12 / 4 </— 14/ 4 //&</— 17 ; 12 i 

0—4 m 3 tf — 5 m 3 rf— (i m 1 2 n — 7 m 3 f — 8 m 4 1 
<?— 10 m H <i— 11 m 3 /»— 12 m 3 «-18 w 3rf 1 

B<»rry v. London, ("hatham and Dorer Rail- [ 

vay. 10 /3 /y ! 
Bi-j?s t'. Syrett, ^ f\d 

Birroll v. Dryer. 18 m 3 d 

Blake v. Imperial Brazilian, Natal and Nora 

Cruz Kail way, 15 m 4 c 

rt BUmkiron, 1 1 / 4 s I 

Bloice V. D'Arcy, 27 /A a \ 

Bloxam v. Favre, 14 / 3 e 

rt Blue Ribbon Life Accident Mutual and | 

Industritil Assurance ^^ompany,26 f3 t \ 

Bodiliiigton v. Clariat. 22 j 3/ | 

Bon^all I'. Simpson, 18 7 4a ' 

Boyes v. Carritt, 31 m 4 c^ I 

Bradlaugh i'. Gosset, \] f\0 a ' 

I'. Newde^ate, 22 / 4 a I 

Brandon r. Owen, \5 m A a 

Branson v. l^owell. 12 / 4 </ 

Brereion v. Great [!lastern Railway, 21 /"lO 

rf— 22 f2 </— -3/6 d—'2Gj 3 rf -27 / 5 rf— 21 
m3/' 

Brewster v. Colne Valley and Halstead 

Railway. 22 /'2 A 

Brierley Hill Local Board t\ Pearsall, 18 m 3 </ 

Briscoe v. Davison. 27 /*4 a* 

Bristol Mayor v. Gee, 16 ; 4 a 

Britifiih and Foreign Contract Corporation o. 

WriKht. 12 /3c 

re British Guardian Life Assurance Com- 
pany. 13 / 4 « 

Union Land Company, 11 w 3 r 

Budd V. Cairn?* and another, 22 m 4 d 

rt Buenos Ayres and Carapana Railway, 18 

Buri^ess v. Clark and Collins, 16 ; 1§/ 

Burke and others v. Easton and others, 23 

/Bb 

Burroughes and another v. London |Fman- 

cial Association, 1 / 2 / 



Civil Actions (rontirtued\ 
— re But leriiie Company, 4 / 4 r 

ex pitrtf Caldicott— re Hart. 2 / 4 c 

t^al I well r. M'Laren, G w 12 a— 7 ot 3 c 

re (^ipe Breton Company. 21 f \ n 

(^apiani i*. Tretter and others, 24 j 3 c/— 2C 

;4e 

Capital and Counties Bank v. Capital and 

County Deposit Bank, 12 / 3 c 

('ardinall v. Cardinall, 16 7 4 6 

Carter v. Oathe Silver Mining Company, \% 

m 12 r 

Caverley v Currey, 21 m 4 a 

re Caxton CluJ», 14 ; 4 c 

Centnil News Company r. Eastern Tele^rraph 

Company, the Exchange Telegraph Company, 
Anderson and ana' her, 27 / 2 / — 27 m 10 c 

r ' ( hapel House (^olliery (^ompany, IS / 4 6 

Charles v. North Metropolitan Tramways 

Company. 28 /*3 e 

re Charnwood Forest Railway, 28 m 2 e— 29 

m b d 

Chatter I on v. Dubois, 14/4 «— 16/3 rf 

re Chelsea Cab Company, 1 4 ; 4 c 

cx/?'/y/e('hinery— re Chinery, 23 /"S 6 

re (^hrist Church, Westminster, 15 / 3 r 

rt Civil Service and General Stores Com- 
pany. 25 n\ 3 a 

Clarke v. Twiss, 21 ; 4 c 

Clay V.Clay, 2^ ^3 rf 

Clifford t\ Clifford. 12 7 4c 

Close V. B.arnetts, Hoires & Co., 22 m 4 r 

r. London Chartered Bank of Australia, 

22 m 4 c 

Clyde Navigation Trustees r. Blantyre, 22 

m\k 

Cockerell r. Earl of Essex. 29/ 2/— 11 »i3c 

re Coleford Hematite Iron Ore Company, 24 

m 10 a 

Collins r. Collins and Ejiyres, 19/36 

re Commercial and Legal Stationery Com- 
pany, 18/46 

(?ompagnie Finnnciere. &c. v. Peruvian 

Guano Company. 23 / 2 ^ — 27 m 16 6 

Condon v. Pollum. 1 »i 4 « 

Cook V. Metropolitan Board of Works, 23 

/■ 5 (• — 8 m 5 a 

- — ex parte (hooper— re Morris, 22/2 « 
Cottenham t'. Pepys, 5/3fl 

re (^mlson. SjSd 

Cousins and another v. Wood, 27/ 4 6 

("ox c. Yarrow, 7 J S d 

Craijsde v. Blake. 6 m 3/ 

Credito Gerundense u. * Va» Weede, I fB a 

- re Crespiofny. 10 ; 3 ^ 

- Cropper & t-o. v. Smith. 4 w 3 e 

Crowe V. London and North Western Rail- 
way, 15 7/1 4 6 

Oowiher «•. Thorley, 15 ; 3 a— 16 ; 3 « 

(\iine ami oihor*? v. Driffljld, 28/ 3 c^ 

Davie* r. Iludsmilh. 24 y 6/ 

V. White. 24 w 10 a 

De Mora v. Concha, 13 m 12 6 

Dean r. Herwick, 16 / 2 r 

re Deptford Creek Bridge Company and 

another. 23 f 6 6 

re Deriiyshire County Court Judge 26m3di 



Oiv 



PAL>IRIt*8 INDEX TO '* THE TFMKS " NB»VSPAPRR. 



[Jan. 1 ta 



Oivil Actions (conttnved). 

re Devalah Central Gold Mines Companj', 

12/3*— 17 »« 4 c 

re Devon and Cornwall Electric Light and 

Power Comimny. 20 m 12 a 

- Discount Bank of London v. West of Eng- 
land Varnish Company and another, ^8/ 3a 

Dover I'. Syrett, 29 «i 6 / 

Duwling I?. Torkington and another, 28 m 2/ 

' re Downer, Cm \'i e 

- Duyle V. Citjr of Glasgow Assurance Com- 
panj, 6 ni 12 6 

re Drnke & Co., 8 wi 5 o 

re Drum Slate Quarry Company, 22 m 5 c 

Dutron v. Betts, 2»/3a 

D} son and others v. Greetland Local Board, 

Slj'Sd 
re East Vale, StaflFordehire, Local fioard, 20 

m 12 a 

- re Eastbourne Justices, 12/8 c 

Eastern and Midland Railway r. Midland 

Railway, 1 1> 4 e— 12 M «— 24 ; 3 e— 80; 4 a— 
26/ 3 e 

Ebbettsand another v. Booth. 14 /"S f 

Edington and Sons v. MaUdison dL Co., 2j i 

rf-4 / 4 6-4 m 3c 

Edwards v. Edwards, 15 /2 ri 

Eely v. Powell Dyffyn Steam Coal Company, 

21/106 

re Electric Carbon Storage snd Apparatus 

Manufacturmg Company of Scotland, 22/2 k 

Elliot r. Dean, 27 m 10 c 

re Embley. 20 / 4 a 

re Ergludd United Mines, 1 4 ; 4 e 

Fairclou^h v. Peach, 1/86 

reKavell, 19 f'Se 

Fearon v. Aylesford. 20 / 3 /— 27 fi c—l 

m 8 e— 12 m 3 /— 29 m 5 c— 31 m 4 < 

Felix and another t*. Gordon. 20 >/i 12 6 

re Finfebury Loan Company, 10 m 10 e 

rt Kitzroy Bessemer Sletl (^ompany, 9/4 6 

re Florence Land Public Works Compaay, 

19 76u 

Flynn v. Sheffield. Ifi / 3 e 

Fortescue i;. Lord Garmoyle. 9 / 10 /* 

France r, Clark. 31 ; 3 c— 20 / 3 < 

French r. SheffieM, 29 m 6 e 

Frend v. Moody, 20 »*/ 12 6 

Games v. Bonner. 24 / 3 6 

Ganilett v. Grosvernor Banking Company, 

24 m 10 0-25 w 3 c 

Garratt v. Middlesex Justices, 25 m 3 a 

re Gay, 2r>i/i3 / 

re General Horticultural Company, 23/5 r 

Marine Salvage Company. 26 i 4 e 

Gibbs V. Great Western Railway. 19 j If* a 

^— Gilling V, American Exchange in Europe, 6 

/Ad 
Girndot, Flinn and Company v. Midland 

Railway, 10 ; 3 '/ 
• — Gloucestershire Banking Company r. 

Phillips. \iti,'6u 
Gokuldoss Gopaldo^s »•. Rnmhux Seochand 

and another. 20 / 3 #—24 m 10 a 

Gould r. Young. 22 / 2 6 

Grant Sl Co. r, Covcrdale, Todd v^ Co., 2.5 /« 

2$ 



Civil Actions (contiuneiT), 

Gray V. Commissionera of Custmea, 26/3 '^ 

re Great Berlin Steamboat CompAnjr. 14 7 4 

c__8 m 4 /■ 
Western Railway v. Swiodon and Chelten- 

hHm Extension Railway, \2fSL a 

Grezier r. Crosti & Co , 8 n 6 a 

re Griffith. 20 / 4 a 

re Grueber. 10 w 10 e 

— Guret V. Compagoie Generate TransalLanti- 
que. 28/3 e 

Haines v, Guthrie. 24 w 10 6 

Hall ». London, Brighton and South Coast 

Railway, 7 / 3 e 

Hancock v. Hale, 15 ; 8 a 

Ilankinson and Bamingham r. Bamingham 

and others, 14 m 3 r/— I* m A J 

Harley v. Henderson. 18/4 c— 19 / 3 d 

Harris v. ShorrocK, 20 m 12a 

Harrison v. ilcale, 8 m 5 a 

McGregor He Co. r. Taylor and HngKins, 

29 m 5/* 

V. M»Meel. 26 /3 c 



re Harrogate Electro and Hydropathic Com- 

p?inv, 28 > 4 c 

Hart r. Hobbs, 29 ; 3 rf 

and another v. Longcroft and another, 24 

m lOe 
Harvey 1;. Croydon Union Rural Sanitarj 

Authority, 14 / 3 e 
ilarwitz and Son v. Matheson and Son, 2S 

fS d 
Hasker v, Abraham 18 ; 4 a— 19> 16 e— 22 

m 4/ 

Hassan ». Henderson, 27/4 6 

Heake v. Samuelson, 19 w 3 e 

Heap V, Burnley Rural Sanitary Board, 2a 

HI 3 6 
Heath v. Ecclemastical Commissioners and 

England, \Aj\d 
Helby v, Civd Service Co-operative Society , 

20 M 12 n 
Henry Rifled Barrel Engineering Conipanj 

V, Employers* Liability Assurance Corporation^ 

7 in 3 e— 28 m 2 t 

re Henson's Paving Company. 25 /*3 •? 

Hettihewage Siman Appu and otht^rs k\ 

Queen's Advocate of Co> Ion. 8 /« 4 e— 13 •*! 12a 

Hey wood v, Bp. of Manchester. 28 / 8 /' 

Hey worth i\ London Mayor and Corpora- 
tion and another, 1 1 / 4 e 

Hill V. Davis, 25 ; 8 /— 15 it 4 o 

Hind V. Brett and others, 19 m 3 e 

Hitchins v. Jones, 29/ 3 b 

Hoare v. Campbell, 14 m 36 

rt Hoare and Mower 10 ; 3 «/ 

Hobday v, Swindon, Marlt>orough and An- 

dover liailway, 26 m 3 6 
Hedkinson v. London and North Western 

Railway, 15 m 4 c 

Hollings r. Robinson, 25/8/ 

Hoojw V. Ker, 8 / 3 rf 

Hough ». VVindus. 12/ 4 c— 14i 4 /.-17>12 

«— 19 / 15 /— 31 ;3c 

Howard r. Harris, 7 / 3 rf 

re lluylani and Silkstone Colliery Conpanj 

16./ 4 c 



March 31, 1884.] 



INDKX TO •* THE TIMES " NEWSPAFBR. 



Civ 



Civil ActioDB (coniimted^^. 

Hum V. Metru(K)litaD Railway, \9jSd 

V. Monk, 31 m 4 « 

t€ Huntingtower, 17 / 12 c 

Huntley aud Palmer p. Bryant and May, 18 

Hurly t'. rjillaiwa. 15 m 4 a 

Hutchingfl V. Sharman. 21 m 4 a 

Hutchinson v, Norwood, 6/4 c—S/Bf 

Hut toil V. North London Railway, 25 / 3 « 

re Indian ^oedone Company, 21^ 4 c 

Ingold V. Powell, 2 / 4 e 

Ingol Kishore v, lotindro Tagore and others, 

14m3a 
re International Fish Dinner Company, 26 

Ion Menjoy Coondoo v. Watson, 3 m 4 a 

luuics V. Hardy, 25 m 3 <; 

Ishri Singh v, Baldeo Singh. 9 / 4 c— 13/4 • 

re Isleworth Swimming Bath Associatioii, 10 

m lOe 
re Jablochkofif Electric Light and Power 

Company, 25 f S e 

re Jackson, 19 ; 16 r 

Jacobs, Marcus & Co. v. Credit Lyonnais 

Tendon Agenoy, 25 / 3 e 

ex parte Jesus College, Cambridge. 9 / 4 rf 

re Jeybs Sanitary Compounds Company, 12 

y 36 
Jones V. Barrow Hematite Steel Company, 

\5 m i e 

V. Chambers, 15 f2 d 

J on menjoy Coondoo v, Watson, Bj B d 

Jordan t'. Miller, 21 ; 4 </ 

Kali Krishna Tagore v. Golam Ali Chowdhry , 

2lj 10c 

KePway ». Webb, 8 /3 rf 

Rennard i». Simmons, 19 i 9 /*— 12 fi o 

Kishna Nand w. Partab Narain, 23y 6 (»— 26 

rt Knights, Stocks & C, 28 ;" 4 c 

Lambe. t v, Matthews, 7/3 c 

Lamplough v. Sykes, 8 / 3 </ 

Land Corporation of Canada v, Pulestoa and 

aoother, 28y 3 e 

re Lamlrock. 1 1 i 4 e— 15 ; 3 c 

Last v. Londen Assurance Corporation, 15 

nt 4 r 

Laws and others v. Smith, 1 1 / 4 a— 1 2 /3a 

Lea Conservancy Board v. Hertford Cor- 
poration and the Rivers h uriflcation Associa- 
tion, 15 / 2 iif— 16 / 3 /— 18 / 4 t/— 19y 3 c/— 22 
J 2f-2'S / de-2Gj3d'-^m-6/'-2im 10 d— 
2$ m 3 d 

re Leicester and Errington Lime Companv, 

IM / 4/' 

Leonard and Kllis r. Wells & Co.. fi w 12 a 

l^tterstifdt V. iiroers and anotht'r, Zoj '6 b 

— I #» 3 /— 24 m 10 a 

re Lewis, bO ? 3 e 

^— re Lirensed V^utuallerit* Guardian Company, 
Uj4d 

Lock /•. I'opo ao/3 / 

l^oiiui'ii. Briuhroii and South Ctiast Railway 

V. South Kastern Railway, 14 ; 4c 

London and County Banking Company, 25 

;3c 



Oivil Actions {continued). 

re London I 'ontract Company. 25 / 8 s 

Financial Associa-tion v. Kelk and others, 

16;3e— I7j 12 /i— 18 / 3 rf— 22 ; 3 /-25 j 8 « 
— 30/3/— 1 /2 /-5 fSb—7/6 6— 10 i« 106 

re London Fish Market and National Fish- 
ery Company. 3 1 7 8 «- 16 / 3 t/— 1 m 3/ 

London and North Western Railway v.Ivens^ 

30 J 3 « 

and San Francinco Bank v. Grant and 

Gethin, 2/A d 

School board v. Larnder, 20 / 3 / 

V. Wrighti. 1 »i 3 / 

aud Scottish Building Society v. Charley 

and others, 7 »i 3 J 

re London Ships Stores Company, 28 > 4 c 

Loog & Co. t'. Bean, 8 m 5 a — 13 m 12a 

Love and another v. Bell and another, 4 m 

3e 

LoveU V. WmIUs. 30 ? 3 /* 

Levering u. Baines. \5 f'2 d 

re Macbeaa. S in 4 rt 

Mackenzie v. People's Cafe Companj-, 26/ 

Sd 

Mackie v. Herbertson. 7 m S c 

re Maddison, 18/46 

re Magill, 25 / 4 a 

re Manchester Yal deTravers Paving Com- 
pany. 4 / 4 /! 

> Marley an.l another v, Jackson and others^ 
16 m 4 d 

Marshall r. London and Globe Telephone 

Company, 29 m "» d 

re Martineaii's Kstate. 14 m 3 ft 

Mail V. Isles and others, 22 m 4 d 

re Massey and Carey, 7 w 3 </ 

re Matthew and another, \5 f 2 d 

ex parte May— re May 28 m 2 e 

McCarthy v, Jacob. 12 7 4 r 

M-Clellan v. Clark, 28 m 2 J 

M'Hale v. Smith. 25 m S h 

Meakin v. Morris. 11) m 3 /* 

Mellor V, lleywood Mayor and Corporal ion ^ 

1 /» 4 a 
Mersey Steel and Iron Company y. Naylor, 

Benyon & C^o., 29 /n 5 <; 

- re Mf.tcalfe 3 ; 4 e 

Mefropolitan Board of Works ». Eaton and 

another, iW t o c 
Metropolitan Board of Works Solicitors v, 

Eaton and another. 8 m 5 a 

re Metropoliiaii (Brush) Electric Light and 

Power Companv. 8 //i 5 a 

Metropolican District Railway v, Metropo- 

lita.i RaiUay. 21 t 10 c 

Michell an.l others v. Beatley, 6 m 8 / 

re Milan iVHioways Company, I87 3 4 

Miller 0. Jov, 25 / 3 r 

Noie ahuiit 29 ; 10 e 

- Mo.ison. & i!o. V. Boehm, 11 m 8 c? 

Mooii^ »'. l^artwright, 29/3 e 

Morrit i!lc Co. v. Mil vain, I i « 4 c 

— Mo 111;^ liniooii 0. Mail ITipwah, 12/3 a 

- Mow.iLi 0. Hayinun. 23 / 5 e 

Mo\ le V. Calhan. 16 ; 4 6 

Municipal Permanent Inyestment Building 

Social s 0. Kent, 1 1 /n 3 * 

27 



Civ 



PaLMKk's INUKX TO " TIIK TMKs'* NKWHPAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Civil Actions (fontinueiiX 

Nai'tftam Das« i'. Shto Pargash Singh, 6 /' 

National Model Dwellings Company r. St. 

George's Vestry, South war k. 2 f A <i 

Needham v. JohnHun & I'o., 2J) »ii 5 e 

rfNeil a 7 4«e-lU; Uir 

Ntwell I'. Unwin, o / H d 

Newson v. Tender, 9 / 4 c 

New toil r. ro>*ilive (iovernment Security 

Life Assurrtnce (Toninany, 2a ni H a 

-^^ Nicola V. Pi. man, 21 w 3 / 

re Non -tariff Fire Insurance Company, 9 / 

Ad 

'— Nordenfelt v. Gardner and others, 19 m 8 < 
—22 w 4 // — 25 m A </ — 28 t» 2 e 

- Noy and others v. Hush, 4/46 

Nunn I*. Henderson, 24 i 3 h 

- Ollendorff v. Metropolitan Electric Light 
and Howe? C unpany, 23/ 3 « 

-^ Oriental Bank Corporation v. Richer & Co. 
and another. 20 m 12 a 

Ormond v. Milward, 19/16 6 

Orr Kwing v. Orr Ewing, 22 m 4 c 

Paddington Burial Hoard v. Inland Revenue 

Comnii^siontrs. 16 /n 4 c 

Page t\ Harrison,- 12 m 3 /"—IS m 12 c— 14 

m 3c-16»rt 4e— 17 m Ad-\SmAa 

re Pandora Theatre Company, 17/12 6 

Parker o. Eanies. 31 m 4 / 

Part i;. Griffiths, 25 / 3 e 

Pearse v. Inur nn, 5 / 9 /" 

Percival t'. Graves, 14 ; 4 </— 15 /3a 

Phillips V. Hilton, Phillipson & Co., 24 m 

10 b 

t'. Philipson & Co., 7 w 3 « 

re Phoenix Chemical Work— G liberies Case, 

30 j 3 e 

Piciisso V. Maryport Harbour Trustees, 14 

/4(/— 19 / 12 6 

Pilsen Joel and General Electric Light Com- 
pany V. Osbo?ne & Co.. 2/4 d 

• I'inchin r. lieahn Eire Insurance Company 

and others, 22 / 2 a 

re Placerville Gold Quartz Company, 16 / 

3rf 

Pocock V, Gillham, 21 / 10 c 

Pointon and another u. Hill. 25 /'3 e 

Poir^on i'. Hattely and others, 28 ^i 3 a 

Poiges V. llerz. 18 / 4 c 

Po»«tm«ster-Geiieral r. Cambrian Railways, 

8 iH 5 6 — 1 1 HI Se 

- — Power & Co. v. London Wharfing awd 
Wa'^ehousing Compa.iy, 22 m A d 

ex parte Pratt-rc Pratt, 23 /» 6 

Pricktman i'. Thomas Knd other?, 27 f A d — 

12 mAa 

re Pure Water Company, 21 i A d 

Quartz Eiill Consolidated Gold Miniu^ Com- 
pany V. Eyre, 23/ 6 d 

Queen v. Brittleton, 3 »i 4d 

V. Burrow, 24 ; 3 r 

v. Charnwooil Forest Hnilway, 15 m 4 e 

V. Cheshuiit LocjiI Hoard, 22 / 4 6 

V. Exeter Justices, S\ n, A d 

u. lUingworth, 19/8 b 

i;. Inlai.d Kc venue Commissioners, 2G / 4 c 

28 



Civil Act'ons {mnfinup 1\ 

— — Queen r. Kii«g and Davis, 3 m 4 « 

r. Lrtbouchere, 1 1 /3 c 

1. Ljunert and others, 19/3 «— 18 m 3 / 

V. Postmaster-General, 29 m 5 d 

I'. Kithirds, 3 m 4 / 

r r. Scott. 5 / 3 6—6 /4c. 

I'. Sidley. 4 wi 3 / 

r. South Es:$ex ComiuissioRers of Sewer», 

\'o m A b 

i. St ices, 1 /3a 

V. Th(mipson and others, 29 / 3 <^ 

V. Town^henil. 4 w 3 / 

V. Waison and others, 1 m 4 6 

I'. Willijmis. 15 w 4 fi — 17 m 4 tf— 19 m 3 i 

f. Worees'.ershire Justi.es, 31 tu A d 

V. Yates. 2J» <« o (/ 

H?u Hischen Chaud i*. Mussamat Asmaida 

Kocr, 3 w 4 (/ 

re Railway Printing and Fubliahing Com- 
pany, 18 / 4/» 

Uainbird v. Metropolitan Railway. 28 m 8 a 

Kajdi Hup ^injihr. Rani Haisni and another, 

l4/3«-l5 /2 r-16 ^ 3</-24 •#» lOa 

fx parte Kamsdale— re East Vale Local Board 

25 w 3 n 

Rao Bahadur Singh v. Jawahir Koar and an- 
other. 18 / 4 /» 

re Uiiy's Settled Estates, 24 j 3 rf 

Ped lawny »•. Gani'y. 12 / 3 6 

Kim. ford r Bnok a ad others. 29 / 7 / 

Reeves and others v. Adie, 2y 4 t — 13/ 4 f 

Uegma I'. Silvester, I87 7/ 

I'. Tonge, 4 m 3 /* 

Rich ! I rd- on r. Ci)oke, 28.; An 

r. Wtbb, 24 m U) a 

re Riviere's Trade Mark, 4/46—7/36 

re Roger's Electric Light and Power Com- 
pany, 14 i A 

Hogerson t\ South Flastern Railway, 5 la 3/" 

Bollbv. Mdler. 11 w<3<i 

Roper and Koper's Patent Seat Raft and 

Marine Life Saving Appnratus Company r. 
Copeninn's Patent Seat Kait and Marine Lile 
Savii.L' Associ'U'on. \o i 3 c 

Koysil Exchange Shipping Company r. 

M Miilun and Son, 22 m 4 r 

rf. liyde and Newport Railway, 21 / 4 rf 

rf Saber. Bros., 15 j 3 c 

Salford Ma\or. &c. of, r. Clowes, Z\ m A d 

Salisbury r. Hnrter. 2 / 4 e 

and another v Greville- Nugent, 27 w \%d 

re Sampson and Webb, 15^36 

Sanders v. Peek, 21 / 10 c 

Saunders v. Freeman, 29 w 5 « 

i». Teape and Swan, 31 m 4 d 

re St. George Telephone Company. 14 ; 4 c 

re St. Leonard's, Shorediich. 2G m 3e 

re St. I'auPs, Hammersmith, 15 1 3</ 

Scales u. Kedford and Potter. 29/3 6 

re ScovcU's, Uamble Fisheries Company, 13 . 

/46 

Seyfang v. North Metropolitan Tiamway 

Company. 20 m 12 6 

Shadrake v, Loudon General Unmibus Com- 
pany. 13 m 12 c 

£hari»c I'. F'owle, 22 m A d 



March 81, 1884.] pa.lmkk's index to thk '* times " mswspapkr. 



CU 



Ci^ ActioBB {ronfinuetr;. 

« P'irte Sha^— re llenderson, \ m Sf 

ri ^h^*r^y. 25 ; 3 r 

Sinclair, Moorhead & Co. v. Zuccani, 28 m 

2c 

Siufield V. London Tram ways Company, 21 

m A a 

ex parte Skerratt — re Brookes. 14 m 3 a 

Skipper V. Gorbrown anj another, 22/2 <? 

Sliifo r. Houflcon. 2A f \2 e 

Siiiith V. Chrtdwitjk. 19/ 11 h 

r. Corporation of Birmingham, 26y 8 e 

V, Grundy, 21 ; 4 rf 

■■ V, Murphy, 22 / 2 r— 27 m 10 c 
V. Smack Ownen Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany, 20 m 12 a 

bmithe v. Maclure, 19 ; 16 * 

re Society fur the Di -charge and Relief of 

Persons Inprisoned for Sranll Debts, 25/ B e 

rt Solicitors, 27 m 10 h, two noticti 

Somerset r. Hart. 22 m A e 

re Souih African Syndicate Company, 10 in 

10 € 

Southcott V, Beaumont and another, 18/4 

e—\9tHe 

Speckhart v, Campbell, Achnach & Co., 1 m 

6r— IHi/i 12 a 

re Stephenson, 27/ 4 A 

Stewart, Bros. o. Broderson, Vau^han & 

Co., 29 / 8 A I 

Stmthern & (Jo. v. Diet* 6 / 3 c ' 

Stroud r. Davidson, I w 3 /" ' 

rs Sumburgh Mining Company. 1 /"2/ 

Sun Insurance Couipany v. Haddeu and ' 

another. 1 4 m 3 a 

re Suse and Sibeth, lo /3 c I 

— '— re Swain. 16 ; 4 »• 

Swinburne r. Milbum. 23 / 3 « 

Swindell v, Rinuingham Syndicate, 24 m 

10 a I 

Sykessrd another v. Dej»mond 18 / 4 ^ 

Tarn Htid anotht'r «♦. i omniercLil Bauki g | 

Company of Sy<h»f y. 7 m 3 « 
—— Tatters«ll I*. National Sti*«inRhipConipHny, ' 

\Bw» 12 r 
— — Tuylor r. .M'Tarl tne tv.>(\ o'\\.-rs. 19 m 12 »/ 

and Oakes r, Bhi ..ft Ln (»n umljaiis. 16 

jSd I 

re TerraneHU. H> ; .'{ </ i 

Terry r. l)uhoi«. 29 M •/ - » / 'A a I 

"Thames** NewepMjHr Conij-Hny. 4/4 v — . 

10 m 10 « I 

Thomas v Llewolh n an<1 oih.-ts. 22 i 6 d I 

re Timacliero K-^iwie ronipuny, 25 /3 f | 

Titterton i'. Kogers. n f ;\ r I 

Tiverton and North Devon Railway v. ' 

Loowemore, 26 « 3 // 

Tole V. Robinson, 22 jAn ' 

Tottrnhani v, Swansea Zinc Ore Company, i 

2f /-ft r ! 

Truman v. London. Brighton and South 

Coast Hallway, 29/2 / I 

r^ Trust and Agency Company, 25 fSe I 

Turner v. Smallpage, 19 / 3 ^ 

Tyler o M'Kellar. 19 ; 16 a I 

te UlTerjston Mining Company. 26 f 4 a j 

Unitfu ^leauuhip company of New Zealand • 



Civil Actions (conttnitfd\ 

V. Melbourne Harbour Trust Commissiunors, 

7/3 h 
United Telephone Company v. Dale, 16/4 

a— 17 ; 12 h ^\H / S d 

Vanrenen v. Richmond and another, 8 / 8 a 

re Victorii Pier (/ompany, 28 ; 4 c 

Vyse I'. Brown, 4/4r-9/4d 

re Walker, 23 ; 4 r 

Walker and others v. Midland Railway. 22 

raWall, 18;8rf 

re Wallace, 16 ; 4 c 

re a Ward of Court, 25 ; 3 A 

Warner u. MitcheU, 3 m 4/ 

V. Moir, 15/36 

Watson and another v. Cave, 22y 3 /— 2i 

;3e 

. Weir r. Johnson, 1 t % d 

Weldon v, Betts, 15 ; 3 c 

V. De Bathe. 21 m'A f 

V, Lloyd. 22 m A e^lA m 10 6—25 ai 3 ^ 

t'. Riviere, 28 ; 4 c 

i;. Weldon. VI ) Ar 

V. Winslow, 14 m 3 r— 15 m 4 cf— 17 m 4 c 



— 18 w 3 /-19 M 3 /— 22 m 12 a 
re West London Deposit, Loan and Discount 

Company. 1 7 /« 4 r 
West Ham Union p* Whitechapel Union 14 

jAd 

We^tHll t'. Grace 29 m 5 c 

r« Western. 17; 12 r 

Wh I'ey t\ Thomas and others, 12/4 e— 2^ 

/4a 

White w. Willoughy and others. 28 / 4 rf 

Whitling and Lanclie^ter v. Carpenter, 21 at 

4 CI— 22 m 5 a 

Wilkes & Co. r. Batch 7 / 3 c 

rt Williams, 17 / 12 r— 23 / 4 r 

W^illiams tf. London Chartered Bank of 

Australia. 8 la 5 a 

^ WiNon V. Pilley. 8 / 3 «-l5 f2 c 

WiUon V. Leeds Forge Valley Company, 

26/3/- 
»e Earl of Winch iheji and Nottingham, 12 

JAd 
Wirt and T\l-r e. L< ndonand South West- 
ern Kajlway. 20 w I 2 '» 
Woodhonse and another v, Torriano. 22 m » 

0— V4 HI K\ p. 
Wright V. Hetton Down Colliery Company, 

16i4/> 

V. Sandrr*on. 2H / 3 6 

re V<irk IrMniwHva Company. 9/4 d 

York Uni«in li.tnkiiivf i/onipany i>. Doda- 

WMith. \A tH'6 'I 
Vonng an'l «no'h»'r r. Rosenllial and others 

17 w*4 ii-\X m 4 a 
Civil List— Pension to Mr. FurnivHll. 22 /6a 
('ivil Scrvit-e Appoint Tucnts. tee Officiil 

ApT»ropr!Mtion Accounts. 26 / 10 e 

Co-OperatiT** Society, 26 /*I1 c — 18 mil/' 

Estimates, 29/ 6^ — 15 mh «— 17 m !• 4 

Life- oat Fund, Annual Meeting, 10 ; 7 /" 

Supply Association, 28/ 11 c 

Clabon (John M.) on Parliamentary CoinmittMi 
and Judicial Tribuiuib, U m 18 • 

A 99 



Clft 



PALMCU's INDEX TO '^ TUh TI.HK8 " NSiTtil'APKR. 



[Jau. I U7 



Clark C Walter) on the Showers of Sulphua Balls 

at Qneenstuwn, 8 ; 2 « 
(Marko ( K. ) «>n Masonry. 4 ; 6 / 
(.'leniHiKH;iU i^ML ) in fiiigUnd, U f &J^\9 f 7 ft 

— 1« / 1 1 e~l9 f\0 c— 25 /"e/ 
Clement's Inn. Sale of. 23 / 12 * 
Cleriry Orphan Corporation. Anniinl rmirt. 25 

Clerkuiiwell, Price of r>and in, 9\ j $ d 

Sessions. 13m 10c 

Clerical Appointnienis, 1 / 9 /"— 2 ; 9 /— 3 y 7 
f—4 ; 6 I/-IO ; 7 A— II .; 7 r-15 j 7 a— 
Hi ; 9 /—IS ; 1§ «— 17 j b «— 17 > » ^—18 
J i; rf— 18 ; 9 /•— 19 ; 8 « -23 ; 8 r— M j 7 
f — 26 i 7 «— 26 >■ 9 /— 29 > 6 o— 3() ; 8 rt— 
30 ; 3 «— 30 ; 9 /•— I / 10 r-4 / 7 «-4 /" 
1» /-6 / 6 /*— 6 / 10 «-7 /"6 /— 7 / 8 c— 
>-8 /• 8 e-8/9 /— 9 / 10 c— 11 f 12 a— 

]2 ys rf-14 /9 /-15/ 10 rf-22 /"ay— 

2;{ / 7 «— 2o /• 6 <r— 26 f 11 6—28 /3 a— 
2fi / 10/— 29 /• 10 <?— I IN 6 «— 5 »a II r— 
<; m 10 a— 12 }» 3 </-13 m 6 /'-14 m 19 </ 
— 16 m II y— 15 m 13 e— 17 m 8 /"-l? m ft 
/— 20 tn 8 c— 21 m 5 d & J^l\ m 9 «— 25 
m 6 r— 25 m 10 r— 26 m 4 a -27 m 5 /— 27 
tn 10 /— 28 m 6 « 

Cliff onl (H.) on Gri>cers* License*. 6 »i 4 r 

Cliffoni's Inn, to bo f^et on Bn-Min^r Lease. 14 
m 8 i: 

Clifton Saspension BriiVe Onmi»ajy. 24 ; 1 1 « 

Coal Primary 13attery, 18/4 h 

OOAL:- 

Conference of Miiu»rs. 29 / 10 /' 

Critical Condiiiuii at ihe Tuule, 7 j 4 d 

Kc-^norny of. 19 / l»'» • 

Imports and K.\|M)rts from the Port of 

London, 2 / i 1 ^— 6 m \\ b 

Lo«« of Lite in Mines 19 m 10 r— *>9 w 6 « 

New Inilustry of, in Ui>|»er Ai>?*am. 25 f :% b 

—24 Hi 9 d 

Notes oil the Trarle in, 9 y 7 «— 10 / 1 1 /' 

Production of, in th« United Stales. 1 / 4 « 

SUipmenis in 1883, Browne's Kxport List, 

14 y 1 1 6 

State of the Market, tee ^rery dajfe paper 

. — Trade, Notes on. 2 y 3 c— 15 ; 7 u 

of Durham. 15 f 6 rf 

of Hull in 1883. 1 1 ; 3 e 

Wajjes in. Note on, 5 ;' 1 1 e 

and Wine Duties of London, I / 6 c— 6 /" 4 

Cobbe ( F. Power) on Physiology in Oxford, 7 / 

7 e 
Cobden Club, Award of the Silver Medal, 22 m 

12 a 

Aimual Dinner, 27 m 8 & 

Coetlogon ( C. P. de; on the State of Khartoum, 

25 ; 7 « 
Coffee, State of Trade In, see Produce Marilki 
Coffee and Coffee Extract, 11 i 4 • 

Note on. 8 j 4/ 

Coke Exports. \\ i9e 

Culborne (John) on the Army of Gen. Hicks. 8 

IN 6 9 

Coligny (Admiral) Meetings to Raise a Fund to 
Erect a Monument to, in Paris, 25 m 10 •—26 
m 7 e— 27 m (i <i-29 ai 10/ 
SO 



C^olenso ( F. C) on the Death of Cetywajo, 14 - 

\od 
Ciileridge (Lord Chief Justice) on Ecclesiastical 

('Ourts. 3 )' 5 a 
Collard (W. S.) on the Grand Junctk>u Water 

Works (^ompany. 19 / 6 /" 
College for Working Women, Donations to, U 

m \2d 
Colliery Accidents, see Accidbkts— Mixixa 
Colmer (Joseph G. ) on Canada as it will appear 

to the British Association in 18*4, 30 ; 5 « 
Colonial Appointioents, 5 j" 7 a — 16 j !•«- 8 ;' 

12 .»— 9 / 10 f— 20 / 9 rf— 1 m 6 «— 12 w 8 c 

- Go?ernment Securities, State of Shares im, 
♦«e ^»»«ry day*s pn/ter 

Produce Market, eee each da^*t p^f^ 

and Continental Church Soci«'ty— Depura- 
tion to the Bp. of London on Chaplaincies in 
Northern Europe. 4 ; 10 a 

and United SUtes Mortgage Company, 12 

/lie 
Columbia Market. 18 /' 7 a 

Progress of, 8 m 6 e 

Columbus. Marble Statue of, given by Mr. Mills. 

to Sacramento, 23 ; 9 / 
Comets, Five New, 19 t 1 1 e 

New. seen at Cardiff, 167 6 «— 17 i 5/— 18 

;4/. 

CtxnmerciHl Intelli^^ence, see every da^*B pupt- 

Union AfSur^nce Company, 27 y 11 a — 29 

f II a— 19 m 11 e 

Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Shares In. 
$te every dny*s pnper 

Statistics of th.* Princii>al New, Brought <»^i 

during the Past Year, I ; 11 6 

Compensation Bill for V eekly Tenants, 10 / 3 . 
Condition of the Poor, a Drawing Room Meeting, 

29; 11 e 
Congo, Attack of Natives on the ComuierctAi 

Houses at N««kki. 24 m 4 6 
Explorers. i'» / 7 r— 19 m 5 6 

Notices about, 18 > 7 c/— 5 in 4 r— 13 m 5 

—29 IN 7 c 

Two C-oloaels take Gen. Gordon's Plan to 

Visit, 20 m H / 

Treaty, 12 f9 f-i m 11 «-8 »• 8 f-W «i 

4 a— 12 m 5 d^ 15 m 7 e— 18 m 10 €—19 m 1) 
e— 20 m 8 a— 21 m 10 f— 22 m 12 a— 24 m 5 / 
—26 IN lOr— 29»« 4 f 

ConmeDce (Heuri) Final Burial Phuse of. 13/1 
5e 

Conscience Money. 4 j 11 /-ll ) 12 A- 14 / 8 a 
— 16/ 10/— 18 i 7«— 7 / 8r— II /9 s-14 / 
10 d_ 16/ 11 /"— 19y lUr— 21 / 6 c— 23/ 13 / 
—25 / 7 ^—26 f 10 rf— 27 / 5 /— 6 m 10 5- U 
m 8f/— IHmH/r — 17Nf I0'd~31 m 10 c 

Cons«*rvation of Sir Joshua Reynold's Pictur<^, 
15/ 3 *. 

Conservatism at L«'icester, 80 ;' 12 ^ 

Conservative '• Dual Control," 16/ 11 /— 18 / 9 
41— IM /6#— 21 / 11 / 

I^mlership i"? / 8 r-26 f \0 f 

- Manifesto. 25 / 6 r 

Organizariun in London. 30 t 9 ^ 

Constitution Hill, the Priuce and Princes*^ ui 

Wales Open the ^iewly Erected Tnutuithal 

Archun,22;6/ 



Mareb 31, 1«84.] 



PALMEB'S index to "the TfMKS" KKWSPAPEB. 



Coo 



Tonsett Spanish Ore Company, 7J\ld 

Consolidated Fund. 26/ 10 d 

Cont:iKum« Diaeases (Animals) Act, 1/6 d 

('onvHlcficent Relief, '29 m SJ 

Convict Barrack? at Dover, 1« / 9 /* 

C" nvocation. Notices about. 7 fS c 

and the Church Schools Company, 22y 9 /* 

Proceedings in, 13 / 4 6— Uy » 6— 16y 4 e 

— 16/12 «f 

Co.»k ^J. M.) «»n Arab Superstition, 10/ 9 fc 

< oijpe (A. K.) Klectricity v. Gai, 29 ; 4 /' 

(C. K.) on the Water Supply of the Poor, 

)l m4e 

Coote ^C. PurdoD ) on the Case of Lord Roismore. 
12; 8 o 

Copenhagen. Proposed Riitish Church at, 7> 9 / 

Copper in the System, Hij 9/ 

(^ustom:!' Keturiis of, 9 ; 11 k 

Copyright, Infringement of. Cast of Mr. Towns- 
end, -dti tuJ / 

Cordoba. Qreat Storm in. 4/9/ 

Corea — Prince Min Yong in England, \l ; 9 e — 
iJi ;7/ 

Cork Butter Market, 8 / 7 /" 

M irine Board, 18 / 10 rf— 19./ 12 a 

Com. State of the Market, se« everjf day*9 paper 
Cornu ( M.) on the White Kainbow. 1 1 9 6 tf 
C^oroners of Middlesex, Cost of, 28/ 12 c 
Corporation of London Commit feci 25 t 4 a 

( Orps of (^ommisAir>naires, Donations to, 87 9 / 
— 14/ 8fl— 2/ 8 6—1 m 6/ 

C orry \JS.. C.) on the London School Board, 20 
m 10 4 

Coaens (F. W.) on the Anglo-Spanish Conven- 
tion. 29/4 c— 11 m 3 a 

on the Coal and Wine Duties, ft f i 

Cotton —Trade of Glasgow, see ei'trry data's pa/i^t 

Liverpool Market, State of, gee every dnyx 

p.iper 

- of Oldbani. 1 /3 A 

Kep;uiiitiun of Speculation in, 5 /*I0 c 

- Tiadf in 1^83. o /4e 

( '>u try nnd ihc Guveiiinient, 19 /n 10 j — 20 m 

f> / ~'/ft m h ii 
V auniy G«*vernment Keforni. 16 / II /* 
and Municipal Corporations Companions, 

lA 1 e 
I^OUBT OF ALBEBMDN .— 
Appeal to the < 'ourt to Annul the Election 

of Common Councilmen for the Ward of 

Bishopsgate. 16 / 5y 

Meetings, 16 1 6 /— 18/10 e 

- Duke of Portland takes up his Freedom, 18 
/ 10 c 

' — New Election for a Common Councilman 

for Qaeenhithe Ward, 18 / 10 c 
COURT GIBCULAB:— 
l>uke of Albany, Visit Arranged for Wyn- 

yard, 7 ; 6 e--9> 9 J-'^^j 9 /-«0 j 8 a-4 J 

at the Batclielora' Ball, Vioe, 86 m 6 a 

Insult to, at Dorking, 7/10 t— 9/9 / 

' l/etti;r to the Town Council of Aberdeen 

on the UeWTal of the Art of Tapestry, 4 m 10/ 
Beply to the Address of the Freeroaaona 

«f Seaham Harbour Presented to him, 22y 9 / 
-~ Death of, ^9 m 10 a^81 m 6 c 



Gourt Circul ar ( roni inved). 

Duke of Albany. Foreign Courts going into 

Mourning, 31 m 6 / 

Official Notice, 81 « 7 a 

S« nnons on his Decease, 81 m 7 6 

Telegrams of ( ondolence ta the Queen, 

81 M 6 / 

and Duchestf at Nice, 21 m 10 ft 

at Durham. M t H 

Movcmentu of. 1 1 j 9 / -18 j 8 a 

Cabinet Mimsrers at Oshnme, i J 9 f 

DucLefS of Cumbridge. Health of, 17 m 8 / 

— 18 m 10 6— 20m 8 6 

Duke of Cambridge, 9 / 9 /•— 12 / 9 /-23 

j 8 r— 2 / 9 / — 17 m M /— 20 m 10 />— 21 m 6/ 

— 22 w \{)d-27 n, 6« 

- Duke and Duchess of Connaught, Notices 
about. 17 m 10^—29 m 4 c 

Drawing Rooms held by the Qneen. 9/10 

c— 16/ 14 a 

held by the Princess of Wales, \o m 6e — 

15 IN 12 a— lU m 5 6 — 21 m 5 «— 22 m i u 

Duke of Edinburgh, Movements of, 2 i 9 / 

— 19/96 

Duchess of Edinburgh, 15^ 8 a— SO ; 9 /— 

1 / 9 /*-.4 / 8 6-8 / 9^—1 m lly— 6 m lOy — 
14 //) 9 /— 24 w 9 s 

- - Empress Eugenie, Movements of, 10 i 9/— 
14 1 8 a -26 / 9 /— 26 i 9 /— 80> 9 /' 

- Levees held by the Prince of Wales, 9/10 
<--2i)/9 t/-22 / H» CI— 23/6 /— 27 / 8ii-12 
m b c — 15 m 6 ^-^18 m 1 1 a — 19 m 8 a 

Marlborough House, Dinners at, 14 / /"— 

25 9 /*— 6 m 10 « 

New Year's Gifts of the Queen. Disttibuted 

at \N mdsor Castle, 2 j 9 / 

Newnham College, Royal Visit to, 11 / 9 / 

Notices of. *ee evety day'n p^pet 

Orders for the Court to go into Mourning, 

9 / 10 I! 

Prince AlhiTt Victor of Wales, Birthday 

of, 7 / 9/-9;9/— 22>8a 
Banner and lii«ignia of. as Knight of the 

Garter, Placed in Si. Georf^e's ( hapeC 19 / 10 o 

Prince Ferdinand of &axe Coburg, Move- 
ments of, 10/ Id 

Prince (Jeorge of Wales. Movementa of, 11 

I 7 a— 22; 9 /— 18 /lie 

Prince Henry of Pru8sia in England, 28 / 

12 6—26 / 8 e-^2tij 6 rf— 29 / 5 c— 7 ai 10« 

Prince of Wales. Arrest of a Farmer at 

BriKtol, for Threatening to Shout, 80 > 6 e— 81 

>9 /— 24 m9« 

Army Penaion^r Begging of, at Tbamai 

Ditton, 14 IN 9/* 

at Croxtetb Hall, 26 m 10 a— 27 m 9 /— 



28 m 10 o 

at the Guards' Industrial Home, 26/8/ 

*— — Guests ac Sandringham, 6/9 /"— 7 / 9 / 

— Leaves for Cannes, 81 w 6/ 

at Leigh Court, 29 ; 7 «-80> 9 /*— 81 / 9 

./-I./ 7 6 

Letter on Technical Education, 28 m 4 a 

Movements of. 10; 9/> 14 /9 /— 16/ 8 

fl— 1679/— 17/9«-19i 11/— 2/ d f—bf^ 

/— 19 /9 a— 20/ 10 a -16 w lly— 19«10 a 

^21 m 5y-*22 m\Q d 



Tm 



PA1 MEH^S IHDRX T« " THE TIMM " NKWaPATOI, 



[Jan. 1 t9 



Court Cir^'ular {ronttnueii). 

Prioce of Wales, Visit Arranged to Cbats- 

worth Mouse. 24 m 7 e 

and Princess, at Blandford. 26 ; 9/ 

and Family at Sandringham. 4 / • / 

Movement of, $ / 8 c 

Pitm^ess Beatrice, Morements 0f,\2j9f 
II m 10« 

Ocorife of Saxnnj. Notice about. 30 j 9 f 

I oiijpe of Lome. 26 / tt c— 24 wi 6 6 

3«ih Birthdaj. 19m 10 a 

and Marquis of Lorne, MoTements of, 

•i2 ; 8 ,1 
[x)uioe of Wales. Birthday of. 21 /8 « 

of Wales. Movements of. 18/8 o— HO ; 9/ 

Q'let-n, MoTements of, 10 m 9 /— 21 m 6/— 

2 ♦ V 9 « 

Visit to Darmstadt, 28 m 10 c 

- Hf»d Princess Beatrice. Movements of, 7 

I >* ^/ - 1 II ; 11 /— 23 J 9 /-29 ; 8 a— 2 /"8 t— 6 , 
/ lo „- 8 / 9 i'— 11 / 8 r— 15 f 10 rf— i9 /10 c 
_ 2' / 10^-25 / 6c-8ot 12 A— Ig m 10 6 ] 

Dnke of Teck. Mr»venients of, 21 m 6 / 

Win.lnor Captle. Visitors at, 28/9e-ll m 

lo#» - i:; m 8 /» — U» m « 6 
C. Udr OP COMMON COUNCIL :— 

- P.rokeis* 'ents. 15 / 2 / 

- CaKC 01 Mr. Ko' a t«. the late Remembran- 
cer. 29 / 4 a 

rommittees. Appointment of, I / 6 tl 

Freedom of the i'ny lo be Presented to the 

Karl of Shaftesbury, 29 / 4 a 

Grant o' the Guildhall for a Meeting on 

Fi; vpfian Affairs. 15 / 2 / 

Grants to Institutions, \A m 3 d 

• — letter In. frum ih« Prinoe t>f Wales on 
Technical l-.discation, '^.s m 4 a 

- Meetings. 18 ; 9 ^-1 / 6 </— 15 / 2 /*— 29/ 
4 „_I4 M ;j ,/-28 iH A a 

Propf)saI lo Prt*«tiit to the Kuyal Museum 

of Twins. &c. at Copenhagen, ("opies of all, 
»*- truck by the Corporation, 2b in A a 

Mr. W aril's B<qM«'«tf«. ] f C, d 

<\nills-Liiul-ay. aee l.iNi»hAV 

(;oveiit (fHrd«*M and its Neighbourhood. Note on 
rh • Slat*' '.f 4 ? S £/ 

Co wen f.J(»>iph at Ne»<^•l^lle-oll-Tylle, 12 j a r 
—21 ; 10/ 

(F. H.') Song- Recital. 14 /^' 4 a 

Coxhead (Rev. J. J.) on Mr. Henry George and 

the (' hurch Catechism. *JA i 6 e 
Cox well (Henry) on the Situation in Egypt, 14 

/6/ 
Cramming. Notice about, 25 / 4 e 
Cranbrook (Lord) at the City Conservative Club, 

26 m 10 f» 

at the Huddersfield Conservative Working 

Men's Association, 80 ; 6 d 

Credit Company, 27 m 11 e 

Foncier (Transferred Assets) Company, 27 

rn 11 c 

of Egypt, 7 »i 1 1 c 

c>f Mauritius. 6 m 1 1 c— 19 w 11 c 

Cremation. Hill tu Legalize, ft / 10 c 

in Germany, 676a 

by Dr. Price »• the Druid " of his Infant, 24 

m 6 c 
»2 



Cremation --Lecture by Dr. Leacfa on, 81 m9J 

at Rome, Note en. 8 in 6 <f 

Mr. Justice i^tepben on, 14/8 a 

Crete, the Governor Resigns 29 / 6 e 

Condition of. 8 / 10 /— 29 m 6 rf 

— Miscellaneous News, 1 m 7 «f— 8 an 6 /— 5 m 
7 /— 22 m 7 d 

Pohiical Condition of, 8; 10 / 

Reform-* for, 15 m If 

and Turkey. 3 »i 6 c 

Crime. Dn-ection of, 12 / 4 / 
OBIMINAL TEIAL8 :-l 

Anderson. John, for Stealing. 2/12 b 

Ann!<tron7. C'apt., for Libel. 30 1 4 ^ 

Asbdowo, C. \V., for EmbezzleiDent, 21 m 

Art 

Avis, Edw.. for Forgery, 15 7 12 a 

Builey. Henry, for Fraud, 80/4 s 

Bakbr. Chas., as a Rogue and Vagabond, 2S 

mZd 

Baldwin. Geo., for Murder, 14 / 10 e 

Banks, Wni., and others, for Stealing, 14; 

10/ 

BiHing 11. J. for Murder. 9 ; 12 d 

Hl^hop. Sarah, for Unlawful Possession, 8 

; 12 rt 

Bon^h Annie, for Libel. 24 / 6 f 

Brice. t \\\n.. tor Attempted Murder. 1 / 12 a 

BroscU, Ihos., for Prisons Act O^ence. 27 

m \Kfd 

Brown. Win., for Manslaughter, 1 1 7 12 « 

Bryan. John, for Fraud, 29 / 7/ 

Brysnt. John af»d another, for Robbery 

with Viuienc**. '6\ i \ a 

Burge, Joseph, for Libel, 3 m 10 <f 

BiiniH. John tor Murder, 3^8/ 

buiier, Jauie", nod another, for Stealing, 3 

7 12 /' 
Campi. Michnel. for a I>ouble Murder, 22 

ml b 

CHihin. James, for Stealing, 20 / 4 a 

Carman. Mary, for >tealing, 4i 6 a 

t'nrtcT. Kdiih. for Stealinj;, 5^4 a 

< asc'V. I Htriuk. lor Muider, 3 7 3 / 

C'ajitfe Geo., for Assault, 4/ 2 d 

K aaiK', John, and anoiher, for Forgery. II 

Chandli-r. Ann for Assault. 12 »« 4 a 

C linrles. John, for AiU'mpti>d Murder, 28/ 

12 c 

( t»ev?'lli)t. Ernestine, for Libel, 80 j 4/ 

Christy. Joseph, and another, for Making 

Counterfeit Coin. 29 ; 3 c 

I lark. J as., for t onspiring to Steal. 3 ai lOcf 

( larke. 1 hos., for Muider, 16y 12 s 

for Mealing, 5 m 4 a 

W. B.. and others, for Conspiracy, 2 J 12 

r— 4 / 12 a 
( U y. Sidney, for Inciting to Commit In- 
fant icKlc. I ni [3 / 

C oiii| i^ne. A. L.. for Fraud, 6 ni 12 c 

CoiiiN «H. Alfred, tor Stealing. \i m '2c 

i 00k Geo., ana anoiher, for Arson. 18. j 7 f 

Court iu*y. ( has., and another, for Conspir- 
ing to l>i-tiniul. II 1 \'l it 

(ok K. ( '. and anoiher. for Misdemeanour, 

4 NI 4 6 — a M t) / — 6 Ml by' 



March 81, 1384.] p.vlmrr's ikobx to "the timk^" newsi'apbb. 



Oti 



Oriminal TrialB (continuerf), 

I'rowhurst, \Vm., for Wounding. 2Sj 12 c— 

CuUtiv, (ieo., and anolher, for Astault, '.) ; 

12 e 
Cunliffe, ItJibella, and others, fur Stealing, 

4/ KJ / 
Curieu, for Designing to Shoot M. Ferry in 

Pans, A j 6a 

Darcey, Alfred, for Wounding, 81 7*3/ 

Dean, W. H,. for Stealing. 15 ; 3 rf 

Dennis. John. fc»r Einbez/Jement, 11 ; 12 A 

Donovan. David, and others, for Robbery 

with Violence. 15 / 12 r 

Dow. Sarah, for Bigamy, 10 / 12 a 

Draper, Edwin, for Wounding, \2 i 7 6 

Dri«call, Wni., and others, for Prize Fight- 

iog. J 2 ; 7 c 

Edwards. Thos., for Assault. 7 j 7 o 

Elliott, Robert, and others, for Murder, 12 

fS rf—U no b 
Emery, James, and others, for Stealing, 12 

; 7d 
ETett, G. A., for Conspiracy, 18 m 4 c— 19 

and others, for Conspiracy, 28 y 12 c 

Farrell, Wm., tor Assault, 2^ / 3 « 

— • Fell, Fred., for Assault. 4 ; 2 </— 18 M 6 

Franklin, Sarah, for Stertling, 8 / 3 / 

Gladding, Wm., for Wounding, 31 > 3/ 

Go<Jing, Geo., and oihers, for Manslaugh- 
ter. 7/126 

G(x>dson. II., and oth«rs, for Prize Fighting, 

31 /4 m— 4/ 12 a 

Grahnm, Fred., for Fraud, 16 > 4{? 

GriHiih. John, for Forgery, 29 / 3 e 

iiales, £dw.. jun.. for Korgery, 26 / 12 a 

Harris, Anuie. for Stealing, 6 m 12 c 

Sarah, for Stealing. 4 ; 2 rf 

Harve>, John, and ano her, for Stealing, 31 

;4« 

Hayes, James, and others, for Assault, 5 j 

ild 

Henderson, Wm., and another, for Robbery, 

2b / 12 e 

Herbert, Lionel, and another, for Conspir- 

to Defraud. 22 m 5 b 
Herd, John, and another, for Fraud, lij 

«/ 
Hobbs, Henry, for Attempted Murder. 1 m 

13/ 

Holmes. G. W., for Burglary, 19 m 12 6 

Hood, .James, for Stealing. 6 /'4 s 

Hurley. Jeremiah for Murder, 4 i 6 a 

laskip, Geo., and others for Attempted 

Burglary, Gy 4 d 

Irving. H. F., for Forgery. 10 ; 12 a 

Jeffry, E. J., for Embezzlement, 4 ; 2 cf 

Jones, D. H,, and another, for Arson, 29 /" 

4 /-I M 13/ 

Luke, for Assault, 4 / 2 rf 

— • Jordan, i^euj.. and others, for Burglary, 1 
n 13 / 

Keev 1, Martin, for Murder. 2 flOd 

— - Kennedy, J. h\ J., for Libel, 9 ; 12 <f 
- — - Kent, Joha, for Stealing, 6 / 4 s 
— Kite, Chas., for Muraer, 7/ 12 ^ 



Criminal Trials {rontinutd). 

Kirk, 'i hos., for Making a False Declara- 
tion. 24 ;■ 6 / 

I^avfuder, Thos., and anoi her, for Burglary, 

8 / 1 2 o 

Leonard, Wa t r, for Bigamy, 11 n2A 

Lisner, A. H., and Geo., hooper, for Fraud, 

22 m 5 b 

Little, — . for Mnnslaughter, 19 /9/ 

Lloyd. James, for Murder, 16 / 2 s 

Lowther. John, for Murder. 2/ 10 d 

Lund, Geo., Stealing, 10/ 12 a 

Mainwaring A. J , and another, for Fraud, 

27 / Vln 

Mar.-h ill, Kate, for Infanticide. 28/ 12 tf 

M'Cf'rthy, « ngpne. for Stealing. 20 / 4 -a 

-^ M-Lean, Michael, and others, for Murder, 
19 / I0< 

M ll^r, Wm.. and others, for Conspiring to 

Defraud, 5 m 6 / — 7 m 4 s 

Moore, J. J., for Eni» ezzlement, 28 j 7 c 

Morgan. M. A., for Muider, 16 / 12 e 

Munro. Geo., for Stealing. 15 ; 3 ^ 

- M urphy , Patrick, for Breaking a Man's Leg, 
4>6ff 

Murray, Lilian, for Wounding, 19 m 12 ^ 

Neilson Jen*, for Incendiarism, low 1 J 

Neminar, Edm.. for Fraud. 28 / 5 r— 1 wi 7 c 

Nethersolrt, M. L. 1)., and another, for Con- 
spiring to Defraud, 11 y 12 a 

Nichols, Alfred, and others, for Burglary, 5 

m 4 a 

Henry, for Assault. 6 ; 4 a 

Nodding, W m.. for ,*^tealing, 8 / 4 « 

North, A. E., for Murder. 1 1 ; 12 « 

Nowland. Chas., for Murder, 2 f \0 d 

Ogilvie, W. A., for Fraud, 18.? 7/ -19 jUf 

Owen, John, for Incendiarism, 16; 10/ 

Pearce, Wm., for Stealing. 4 ; 2 £/ 

Pearne. Wm.. for Fraud. 28 m'6 b 

Pee, Wilkinson, for Stealing. 6 /'4 s 

Pelham. T. K., for Stealing. 8 m 10 rf 

Pilgrim, G. R., for Forgery. 10 ; 12 a 

Plampton, Hobt., for Murder, 31 ; 8 / 

Player, Annie, for Murder and Attempted 

Suicide. 9; 12 rf-14/lOe— 15 ^ 12 a 

I'ower. Joseph, for Libel, 19 w \2b 

Price. Dr., tor Aitemtinif to Dispose of th© 

Body of his c:hild Unlawfully, 16 y 12 «— 18/ 
7/- 

Wm., and others, for Manslaughter, 22 / 

8c 

Qnialan, Thos., for Murder, 1 ; 6 6— 8 ; 8/ 

Head, Samuel, for Making a False Declara- 
tion. 24; 6 / 

Heens. A. M. and J., for Fraud. 14 i 10/ 

Hiordan. John, for Sending Threatening 

Letters. 4 ; 6 a 

Robinson Edmund, for Stealing, 18 Z 7/ 

Roi^eis. Jatues, and others, for Wilful 

Damaire, H / 4 a 

Ryjin. hdw. and others, for Arson, 19/IOe 

Saunders Edw;, and another, for Stealing, 

27/ 10 n 
Schcnk Hugo, and others, for Numeroua 

Murdtrs. 15 m 7 rf— 17 mh d ^ 

Sclineide., James, for Fraud. 5 m 4 a 

33 



Cri 



FAL««k'8 IWDKX to '* TflE TfMES *• NEWSPAPKE. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Cximinal Triak {continued), 
Sexton, £muia, for Neglecting her Child, 5 

;4a 

SharroHn. Wm., for Stealing, 6 m 4 a 

Sheph«'rd Win., for Stealing. 26 iw 4 a 

Sherburn. Thos. for Bijramy. 4 / 10 /* 

Short, John, and oihera fur Begging. 6 ; 4 a 

Simpson. Ihof.. for I'erjury, 27/ 12 a 

Slack Janiea. for Stealing, 6 m 12 r 

Slaughter, K. S., for Attempted Murder, 1 

f]2b 

Smart, John, for Murder, 18 m 10 

Smith. Geo., fur Attempted Felony, 9 > 12 « 

for Permitting Drunkenneii on his 

PremiseB. 8 ; 8 d 

. John, and another, for Stealing, 5j A a 

Nuah. for Stealing. 30 1 4 « 

Standen, Chaa., and another, for Stealing, 29 

Thomas, Chas.. for Stealing. 5/12 c 

Edwin, for Fraud, 18/4 b 

J. T., for Forgery, 19 m 12 4 

Thomas. Louisa, and another, for Conspir- 
ing to Defraud, 9; 12 d 

Thompson. Francis, for Stealing. 26m 3d 

Todd. Henry, for Wounding, i /" 12 a 

Townsend. James, for Threats, 2\ m A d 

Truman. Kmanuel, and another, for Mur- 
der. 20 m 12 

Twynam, John, for Burglary. 8 m 10 <f 

Upham, U. L., for Attempted Murder, 7 f 

12 6 
^— Velaspuez, Domingo, for Murder, 21 m 4 <f— 
22 M 6 6 

Wallace. J. H.. for SteaMng, 5 / 12 a 

Walsh. Bridget, for Stealing, 6 ; 4 « 

Thos.. for Murder. 2/6 A— 8 ; 8 / 

Waliit, James, for Manslaughter, \J J2a— 

2/ 12 c 

Weaver, Wm,. for Forgery, 81 ; 4 a 

Webb, John, and another, for Attempted 

Murder, 10 j 12 a 
Weibenberg. Friti Ton, for Conspiring to 

Defraud. 29 / 4 / 

W. T., for Stealing. 10 ; 12 o 

Whisker. Fred, for Perjury, 8 ; 12 a 

Wig>.'ui»«. E»iw., for Burglary, 8 /#» 10 d 

WilliHuis, Henry, and anothbr, for Stealing, 

21./ 10 s 

Llewellyn, for Attempted Murder, 6 /5 / 

Winter, Thus., for Conspiracy. 9 > 12 rf 

Wood, Juhn. for Stealing. 9 ; 12 i 

Woods, lii'becca, for Artemp ed Fraud, 19 

' m 12 6 

- — Woolf. Wra.. for Possessing Explosives, 10 
> 12a-ll/ 12 — 14 / 7 d 

and another, for Uiilawfylly Possessing 

Explosives. 16 j 12 u -16 7 12 o-l7 ; 12 c— 18 
; 10 a- 19 ; 12 r— 21 ; 12 a-2H / 3 e 

Letter on. by one of the Jurymen. 22 / 8 6 

Note on. 28; 12 a 



Wythe, Fred., and others, for Burglary, 8 

Yeomans. Annie, for Manslaughter, 12/8 c 

CruaiiH — the Ban Relieved of his Ofllce, 2 ; 5 « 

the Diet and th« Town. 18 7 ft ft- 2« / 5 f 

— A'lj'Hirned, 2j9 6— 2ij 6 



Croatia— National Party Club, 19/6 d 

Miscellaneous Newt, 8 ; 8 e— 5 3 5 i— 25 j 

6 /-6 / 6 <f— 14 / 5 «— 18 «i 5 <;— 19 » 5 4 

'- New President of the Diet, 4 j S s 

— - Press Law, 24 7 6 f 

Proceetlii gs in the Diet. 18 i 5 rf-21 / • « 

Riotous Proceedings in the Diet, 15 J 5 a— 

16;6e 

Herr Stareacvics Forbidden to Enter tbs 

House, 17 7 5 6 

SUte of Affairs in, 2)5 d 

Cross (Sir R. A.) at a Consenratire Meating st 
Hull, 12766—14 7 10 6 

at Bolton, 1 /5 e 

Opens a New Consenratire Club House, 

th ' Beaconsfleld HalL at Bootla, 15/ € 5 

Crussley and Sons, 2 7 II d 

Crowhurst Park. Record of Serrioe of Thres 

Servants at, 12/8 d 
Croydon Hotds Company. 28 ;' 1 1 5 
Cruelty to Animals, Lcgislatioo Canoeming, 9 

/9y-U/5 / 
to ChUdren. Notes 00, 8 7 ISu— II y 7tf^ 

29/8/ 
to a Dog, at Brighton, 19 m 10 e 

to a Servant Girl. 12 ; 10 A 

Crystal Palace, Admissions, ses tach doy** p^iptr 

Company. 30 7 11 fl-7 f 1 1 «— 16/ 18 d 

Cage Birds Show at, I8y 11 e 

Concerts at, \H f 7 e 

Dvorak Concert at. 24 m 6 6 

Entertainments at, 7 t 10 6 

International Exhibitian at, 9 t 6 e 

Kennel Club*s Dog Show, 15 j 7 5—16 ; 7 

/— 17i 11 e 
** Lm Invisibles ** by the Electric Light, 21 

/ 9 e 

— Potter & Company Present ta the Company 

their Great Handel Drum, 176a 

Saturday Conct rts at, 11 m A f 

Crystal Throne, on View, at 0«l«art, af Ozfard 

Street. 9./ II d 
Cuban Imports. 24 m 5 / 
Cuddesdon College, Oxford, New Vice^ Principal 

8j 7c 
Cundall (Joseph) on Christmas Cards 2 7 12 5 
(^unliffe (Sir Uobt.) at Wrexbsm. 15 ; 6 5 
Curious Discovery, a Shot Embedded in a Log 

of Wood. 8 HI 4 a 
Cust ( K. N.) the Russians on the Caspian and 

Black Sea, 28 7 7 e 
Cutlers* Company, Charitable Donations, Iflh 
Cyclist's Touring Club, Second Annoal Sapper 

12/8 a 
Cyprus. Miscellaneous News, S j 6 d 

Private Property of the Sultan in, II /I 

and its Salt Mines, llJ&J 

D. 
Dairy Supply Company, 1 m 1 1 e 
Dakota Stock and Grazing Company, 1 7 ; 1 1 <> 
Dangerous Quarter of London, 15 ; 10 if— 16 7 t 

€—22 MO./ 
Danube Regulation Committee, 1/5 5 
Datliiig (Charles; Charge against Mr. Oladatone 

and the blave Trade. 2 / 10«~6 / 7e—l$/Ai 
Dauiitsey Chanty, 2 / 12 rf 



March 31, I881.j palmku's imuIcx to "the TUt£8 ^' mewsfafkk. 



Dea 



Daridt (T. W. Hhys) on the Buddhists at the 
Zoological Gardens, 29 i \0 d—7 / 7 f 

DaTie8(J. Ueweljrn) on Degradation aadCharitj, 
^J7J 

Davis ( F. £.) on Capital and Labour, 7 ; 4 c 

on Investments uf Trust Funds in Colonial 

Stocks. 18> 11 c 

• ^Jeffersom) at the Missisnipi Legislation, 24 

m66 

Davitt (Michael) on the Irish Problem and its 
ftkilution a Lecture at Newcastle, I'SJ 11 e 

Day of Prayer for Ireland, 9.(i f 10 / 

Dead Body of Mr. lie«sum Found in the Thames, 
24 m 7 6 

** of an Old Women Found on Dai wen 

Moas, 24 m 7 6 

8ea« a Ride to, 9/46 

Deadlock in Irish Land, 29 J 4 «— 5 mA r 

Deaf and Dumb of South East London, Meeting, 
11/ tf« 

Death from the Bite of a Monkey, 29 m 10 / 

— of M argaret Sturdy, the U ermi t, at U orsham , 
in Surrey, 1./ 9/ 

Mysterious,of£dw. Walter Roberts, Found 

Dead, in Blacksman Street, Borough, 3 ; 5 /i 

- — Sudden, of Mr. E. J» Dnvis, while Attend- 
ing a Meeting of the Cornwall Minerals 
Railway Company, at Westminster Palace 
Hotel 29 /»/ 

DEATHS:— In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the Rritish Donii- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset Bouse, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times. 
• Abingdon, Lord, 9 / 5 e 

Funeral of, 14 / 8 • 

• Adlerberg, Count Vladimir, 29 m 4 d 

• Aitken, Major W.. 19 m 10 6 

Albany. Duke of, 29 w 10 a— 31 w 6 r 

• Andrimont* M. de TEau, Funeraluf, 24 m 5 /* 

Angell, Mrs, 11. CV 12 m 10 a 

' — An»lrutber, Major-Oen. P.. 20 / 10 / 

Archibakl. Sir K. M., 9 / 5 e 

- — Aspre, Gen. d'. Funeral of, \j5ti 

Aiherley, Gen. M. K., 13 m 10 / 

' Baex, Gen., 24 m 9y 

- — BagnalU Cbas.. 27 / 10 e 

Baillie-Hamilton. Lady H.. 22 m 12 e 

- — Balfour, Dr. J. H^ I2y 10 e 

— Bantry. Earl of, 16 ; 9 / — 18 i 6 d 

- — Biirker-Mill, Lady, 4 ; 6 tf- 10 f 9 /" 

- — Beadon Lt.-Col. Rich., I9 /» 10 6 

^ Bt-hni. Dr.. \»n» 10 c 

- — beiihAm. Augustus. 8 / 9 /" 

- — Bi-rg. M. Alex. de. 15 m \0 a 

— Btrnsiein, Dr. Aaron, 14/10 rf 
- — B»y,J.A. M., 9/5« 

• — Biebuyek, M., 24 ; 10 a 

Bilio, r'ardinnl. 1 / 6« 

-^- Pirl. %Vm.. :t.» '• 

— BiHlio.*. Vldme Anna, 20 m \0 a^H m / 

boiiniiiy, Lt.-Col. J., 3 / 7 /• 

- — Bonhear. Auguste, 23 y 12 « 

— Borel, Gen., 2» / 9 /' 



Deaths {^conttnued) 

Borgheoe. Donna Stephenie, 10 ; 5 ^ 

Boswell, Lady. 6 wi 10 d 

Boulibee, Rev. T. P.. 1 /"e o 

Boultree, Dr.. Funeral Sermons for, 8 / 6 / 

Buwley, Samuel, 24 m 9 /- 25 m 9 6 

Brit tain, Thos.. 29 ; 7 e 

Buchmann, Prof. Geo., 26/10 6 

Bun^e, M.. 16 ; 7 ^ 

Burnaby- Green. Rev. Henry, 25 m 9 6 

Burton. W. P., 6 ; 6 / 

Butcher. Rev. H. W., 4 j 6« 

Bylen, Sir J. B., 5 / 7 <# 

Calverlev, C. S., 20 fiO f 

Caraa, li. D., 7 ? 6 d 

Cetywayo, Ex King. 11 / 6 6— 13 / i6-18^ 

f ba—bm 7 /— 20 .n 6 s 

F. C. Coleiiso on. 14 / 10 </ 

Chenery. Tho*.. tlie Editor of The Times, 12 

/9s 
Funeral of. 13 /" 1 1 d-18 / 8 a 

Civrnc, M. de Durfort de, 23 /T 6—23 / 12 « 

Clifford Col.. 15 m 10 a 

n. M., 16/I2r 

Cotton Adm. F. V., 1 / 6 • 

(^ourt News. 24 mb f 

Crewe- Head. O. M.. 4 / 6 r 

CVonibleholme, Father, Suddenly at Boston, 

N. A., 19 » 7/ 

Cunynghame. Gen. Sir A. A. T.. 17 m 10 e 

Caeraky. Count Johann, 1 1 ./ 8 a 

Diicres, Adm. Sir S. C, 10 m 9 / 

Dallmeyer, J. H.. 16 ; 7 r 

Darnley. Dowager Countess of, 19 m 10 6 

Davidson. H. M., 8 / 8 / 

- Davis, E. J., Sudden while Attending a Meet* 
ing. 29 / 1 1 a 

Deas-Tho mason. Lady, 22 m 13 c 

Denys, Lady, 22 m 12 c 

Donegall, Dowager Marchioness of, 8 m 12 6 

Douglas. Col. A. A.. 19 m 10 b 

Drink water- Bcthune, Adm. 0. R., 16 / 12 r 

Droop H. R., 22 m I2r 

Drummond-llay, Sir E. H., 28 ; 7 / 

Dumont. A. A., 29 ; 7 «-30 / 6 r 

Dunally, Dowager Lady, 14 / 10 d 

Easton, Geo., 16 /9 /' 

Ebt^en. Rev. ,1. C. IM / 7 d 

Elum. Dowager Lady, 12 t 9/ 

Escott, Rev. W. S.. 6 m 10 d 

Fadtfjeflf. (ien. B., 14 j 9 /" 

Fadaietf. Geii. B. A., Funeral of, 19 ; 7 d 

Falkland. Lord. 14 m 10 c 

Farmer. Sir Geo.. 18 / 7 d 

- Fedorof. L V., 19; 8 c 

Fisk. n. Uev. W., 4 ; 6 c— 8^ 9/ 

- Klennng. (^ount, 20 m 10 d 

Foster. Wm. 11 /'Sa 

— Francesco de Sanctis Professor, 8 ; 2 « 
Franitis. Hou. M.. 2t; / 7 «— 28 / 7/— 29i 7 # 

Franer. Kon. A. H. D., 81 ; 8 <t 

h nlhr Kev. A. 6.. 23 ; 6 f-2:^ ; 7 e 

Gi 111 never, Josephine, the Cellerated Coinie 

Sillier. 4 / 6 c 

Funeral of, 6 /"S c 

Garringtan. V>r., 8 ; 9 /— 10 f9f 

\ Gaalihier,M., Funeral, 6/6y 

35 



Dea 



PA.LMKU& INDEX To 



:.IE TIMKS NCWSrAl'Kll. 



Jan. 1 id 



Deaths (continued). I 

Gibson, Ui. Hon. T. Milner, 2SJ 6 i— 2G/ I 

10 « I 

Note about, 13 ro 4 /* ' 

Notice about. 14 m 1) e 

Glyn. Vue-Arlm. II. (\. 1ft n d 

(Jlvnn, Adiii. i arr, Funeral Service for, 21/ 

U a-'Jl t 10 c 

Gordon. (\^pt.. ^ m \Q d 

liraiit. Lady. 10 m 9 / 

Gram-Siittie, Sir Geo., 1 m 12 A 

GrenfeU. Adm. Sidney*, Irt mi 9/ 

Groavenor. luirl. 2.i ; 12 a — 25 ; 9/ 

^^— Kunvral of. 2b' ; 8 e 

Guilhaiiniin. Gen.. 25 ; 9 f 

Guyot. Prof. A. II.. \2 f \0 t 

Ilaiibury, Fieet-Surg. Ingham, 9 / 6 « 

Hobt., 22 ; « 6 

Harris. John. 19 ; ^ e 

Haisoun, (.'ard. Antonio. 29 A 9 a 

Hayward. Abraham. 4 / 8 a 

Funeral of. 7 / 7 «— 8 / 9 / 

•^^ Henderson. Mnjor-Gen. W.. 24 m 9 /* 

Hertford. Marquis of, 20 ; 7 e 

Funeral. 29 ; H a-\ t 6 d 

Hodgson, Kev. T. T).. 12 / 10 « 

Hoffmeyer, Herr, 18 / 7 rf-22 /"ID • 

Iloll, Francis. Mi ;7c 

Funeral. ITi 9/ 

Holland. Rev. Edmund, 24 m 9 / 

^— Hollo way, Professor, Funeral of, 2 ; 9 /— 5 

Home, R. H., 17 m 10 c 

Hostlot, Mon. Louis. 2 / 6 ^ 

Ilowth, Countess of, 11 m 11/ 

HuMgins. Wra.. 28 f \\ * 

Uullah. John, 23 / 13 d 

Funeral o(,21 fSb 

Hunke. J. K., 4 ; 6 c 

Hunt, Thomas Newman, 19 j 11 m 

W. H., 28 / 1 1 / 

Irvine, Rev. Alex.. 22 ; 6 6 

Jebb, La«1y A. R., 4 j 6 tf 

Rich., 9 / 5 e 

Jerrard. Ilev. F. W. H.. 21/9/ 

Jerrold. W. B., 11 m 1 1 /■ 

, — Josselyn. John, 21 / 9 / 

- Kaodry. Pacha. \:i f S c 

Kalnoky, Count Gustave, 20 f 10/ 

Kane, Gen. T. L., 22 ; t> 6 

Keep. VV. T., 12/ I0« 

Kennard. Rich., 25 ; 9 / 

Kerr, Lady Henry. 22 / 6 A 

Keshub ('h under Sen, 9 ; 6 df 

Noie about. 15 ;' H a 

Khedive, Mother of the, 18 m If c 

Kihnore. Bp. of. 22 ; 6 A 

King^ale. Dowager I^ady, 8 ; 7 / 

— Kirkpatrick, Rev. F.. 8/ 9 / 

— Klinkerfuea, Porfcssor, 29 ;' 7 « — 30; 6 c 
Kni;;)iton. Lady, 9 / ft « 

•^^ Knox, Lady Jane. 4 i 6 c 

— — Kola pore. Maharnjiih of, 2 ; 5 a 

Kovaiertiky, Michael. 14 y 10 cf 

Lagarde. M. (\. 2H f \\ t 

Lane. Col. H. P.. 2\) m 12 a 

Lange, Dr. iUch., il / 6 a~-14> 9/ 

an 



Deaths OonfhwedX 

Laroehe. Karl. 12 m 10 a 

La»k»T. Dr.. 7 ? 6 rf 

Fuuer.il of. 9 / 6 6 — 11 ; 5 r-29 ; 5 e 

Service for. 9 / tf '— tl ; 5 / 

N id ices about. 11 ; 5 r & /'— 12^ 6 rf— 14 i 

6 A— 2(m 5 '« — :f« I 5 e— 5 * be 

Resolutions Adopted bv the United Sta'et 

Coti^res- on the Loss to Germany by his Death. 
20 m 5 r 

Will. 1 1 rf 5 / 



Laslett. W.. 23 / 7 f 

Lawience. Samuel. 7 m 10 €f 

Maj ir W. 11., 19 in 10 6 

Le (irice. Rev. F., 30 ; 6 c 

Leith, Ladv. I ; (W— 4 ; 6 c 

lAdoir. L. A., I / « a 

— Lentulu*. Karl von. 22/6 6 

I^*hoffsky. Ad:n., 2<» m 10 rf 

Letcher. John, 14 / 10 </ 

Lindsay. — , 21/9/ 

Litilewood. Rev. Samuel, 9 / 6 rf 

lA)nnrot. Klia>(. 29 m 12 a 

Mac lonal.l, I). G. F., 9 / 6 c/ 

Mackenzie. Sir J, J. K.. 3 m 7 « 

Macvicar. Rev. Dr. J.G.. \^f\2 e 

Madras, Archdn. of. 31 / 8 c 

Manningham-Fuller, Col. F. C. 11/ 6 a 

Manterola. Don Jose. 29 m 12 a 

Marriott. Hon. John. 8 / 9 / 

Martensen. Bp. H. d.* 6 / 9/ 

Miissari, >ignor. 14 m 10 r 

Depuiy. Funeral of, 16 m 7 « 

Malhias, Maj.>r, VV. H., 19 m 10 6 

M Lei>h John, lo.>9/ 

Mercer. Major-Gen. C. M., 15 m 10 a 

Merrifleld, k '. W.. 4 ; 6 c 

Miitnet, M., Father of the French Academy. 

25 m 4 € 

Miller, Rear- Adm. I)., 4 /'7 / 

Milner-G'bson. — , 2H f 10 s 

MirzA. Prince Bekhmen. 5 wi 10 </— 20 miOd 

Montgonierie, Lady. 20 w 10 d 

Mo!«tvn. Lord. IH m 10 c 

Motio, M. J. de la. 28 fU f 

Mouneel. Couut T. du. 19/ i • 

Mullenhof, Prof.. 20 / 10 / 

Mii^jrrave, Rov. G., 4 ; 6 c 

N.in(:k». — , 15»9/* 

— Nicholas, Capt. R. G., 28 » 7 /* 

Nimmo. Archibald, 27 / 10 • 

North. Lady, 1m \Q d 

O'Brien, liev. Dr., 14 Kd 

Ortiz, Romero. Funeral of, 21/ 7 rf 

Okouo-flf M.d,' I ?«/ 

Oncken. Pastor, 19 ; 8 c 

Owen. Canon, S i9 f 

Rev. L. W.. 14/9/ 

Pajre K. M.. 31 m 1 1 a 

— - Parker. — , Funeral of , 4 / 7 / 

J. H., 1 re a 

PaMev, Adm. Sir T. S.. 18 /"T rf 

Pflvnier, Major-Gen. D. \V.. 2 / 9 / 

Pelham-Clinion. lx)rd A. 8., 20 m iO d 

Phillimore. Rev. G., 22 / 6 A 

Phillips, Wendell, 4 /"S / -4 / 6 • 

Pigiro, Cardinal di, 8 jm 12 ^ 



March SI, 1884.] pa^lmbr's imdbx to tbe " times " KSwsPArER. 



Dip 



Peatlu {continued). 

l^iiiuch, C. J., 7 /" 10 « 

Pluwden. Clwu., 1 « 12 6 

Kequiem Mass for at Rome, 5 « 7 « 

Poland. Sir VV. H., 19 ; 8 <? 

FukoraUky, Serqiut OmitrieTitch, 16/ 12 c 

—26 / 10 6 

Potta, Henry, 26 m 5 e 

Prior. Commander T. H., 7 i 10 6 

Pye, H. P„ 2 / 6 r 

Rtti^bonne, Theodore de, 12 ; 9 / 

Reade. Rev. H. St. John, 16/ 12 c 

Rew, Rev. Chas., A j 6 c 

Rickards, Lady. 1/6 a 

Kogertoii. Monseigneur. 18 / 6 i^ 

Rothschild, Baronesse, 14 m 10 c 

Funeral of, 17 m 10 e 

Rouher, M. Eugene, 4 ; 7 « 

Funeral of. H fo d ' 

Runiilly. Oauthier. W 6 a 

RussoU. Gen. Sir David 17 i 6 a 

Sandwich. Lord, 5 m \0 d 

Funeral of, 6 /« 10 a— 10 m6d 

Sargent, liev. J. P., 27 m 5 « 

Saxouy, Princess George of, 1 J h d 

Funeral of, » / 6 c 

St. George, Col. H. J., 24 m 9/ 

St. Saurenr, Marquis de, 22 / 6 6 

Schmidt, Dr. J. F, G., 14 / 10 d 

Schramm. Gen.. 27/ 10 « 

Funeral, 28/5 6 

Schell, Augustus, 28 w 10 <» 

Scott, Sir A. D. B., 20 /ji 10 rf 

Hon. Francis, 1 1 wi 1 1 / 

Scudamore, F. I.. 9 / o e 

Sella, Quintino. 10 m 10 /i 

Service. Dr. J.. 19m in A 

Seton-Karr, Rev. John. '6 m 1 € 

Shirreflf, Miss the Hing.-r, 1 ; 6/ 

Shotton, Kiw.. rt ;9 / 

Shuckhurifh, Sir G. T. F.. 16 ; 7 r 

Shuver, Tuon Maria Murdered, H> ; b n^ 

\^ibd 

Simpson. Col. E. J.. I» w 10 k 

Sladen, Sir Chas. :'5 / 9 / 

SniitH. Julia. 3 < 7 / 

Sophocles, Prof. K. A.. II * <» *t 

btackpoole, Rov. A I).. 2i m !» /' 

Stanley. Hon. W. O.. il f m* f. 

Stolypine. Count. Fu^ierMl of, 18 / « 6 

Stra'sbiirg, Prof. (t.. 2 / 6 •• 

Suchard. M. Philippe 2i / 6 A 

— — Suit on of Souloo, 1 1 «# n d 

S«izaDue, Bnron liaron B. de S., 17/ 6 € 

• — Synge, Sir Edw., 1 7 / 6 « 

Tagltonl, Paul, 8 ; 9 / 

Talbot, Rev. A. C, 16 ; 7 c 

Thomson, Allen. 24 m 9/ 

Funeral of. 2ti m 10 o 

• — Thynne. Lord Edw., 6 / 9 / 

Tiddy, George Brown. 16 ; l a 

Todd. Alpheus, 7 /* 10 a 

Todhanter, Dr. Isaac. 8 m 7 « 

Funeral of, 5 « 10 •—7 w 10 c 

Toorbioe. Ivanovitch, 14 /" 10 </ 

Tower, ('hri^topher, 7 m \(\ d 

Trukner, Nichuias, ol m iO c 



Beatha (cimtinvtd), 

Trye. liev. C. B.. 27/ 10 a 

TumpUng. Gen. von. 16 /* 12 c 

Turner, Lieut Gen. N. 6. S., I iy 10 a 

Ulmann. M. Benj., 26 /"lU 6 

Urbain, M., HI / 8 r 

Usedom, Count Guido. 26 ; 7 a 

Vesteraa, Bp. of. 1 /^ 6 a 

Wade. Rev. F. T., 19 m 10 b 

Walah, Rev. Dr. J. J., 1 « 12 A 

Wheatley, B. R., 19 ? 8 c 

White, James, 18 -n 10 c 

Wilkinson, C. J., 16 / 7 c 

Williams, Dr. 8. W., 7 m lOrf 

Williams-Bdlkeley, Sir R. M. L., 29; 7 e 

Willis, H. B., 19 8 c 

Wimpffen. Gen,. 27 /"lOa 

Wood 0. W., 16; 7 r 

Woodiwiss, Sir Abraham, 26 f^f 

Young. Col. D. B., 29 m 12 a 

Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. 1 2 m 4 /— 26 m 7 if 
Note on such Marriages being Legal before 

1835, 2/86 

aea ttlto Marriage 

** Decides'* or ** iveciines." 16/6 /— 18y 8 a 

Decorative Art in irfliind 16 / 12 

Dee, Remarkable Phenomenon on the River. 28 

/ 12 h 
Degredation and Charity. S j 7 f 
DvnmMrk and ilie Cattle Disease. 6/5 « 

Court News, 22./ 5 *?— 31 m 6 a 

Iliiiess of the Crown Prince. 15 m II / 

Dent (Lt. John) Collection of Prints, Price Sale 

List of, 4 j 12 *— 26 m 7 /— 29 w 12 tf~3l m 

Hk 
Dental Hospital, Grant to, 19 i 4 / 
Derby (Eailof) on Lord Lerne in Canada, 14 

.;7a 

at the National Liberal Club. 7 f\Oe 

Derbyshire Dairymen's Association, Annual 

Meeting. 12 i 6 d 
Deremus (F. P.) on Pure and Cheap Foods, 4 

7 12 6 
Dering (George E.) Stnreiue.its by Prisoners, 4 

jlOd 
Devonshire ConSw^rvaiire Club, Exeter, Sir S. 

Norihcott; Inaugurates. 8 ; 10 e 
Dewtir ( Professor; on Alchemy in Relation to 

Modern Science. 2 ) 10 r— 10 ; 8 r 
Dewey (T. C\) on the Industrial Branch of the 

Presidential Assurance Company, 20 m 11 6 
Dickson ( — ) Irish Scheme. « A 5 / 

C r. A.) Land Baok for Ireland. 7/7 d 

Diderot ( — ) C'elebrA»i<»n of the Centenary of his 

Deaih PreparMiioii f<ir in Paris, \2 j li b 
Dilke(Sir C.) at tbe ( h> Uea Liberal Association, 

22 i 6 r— 23 ; 7 t. 

on (^oniiiig Reforais at the Chinwick Club, 

18 J 76 

— Deputation to on Local Taxation, 3m 7 d 
on Hours of Polling. 19 ; 8 tf 

-^- at Kensington Town Hall, 11./ 7 e 

and the Kensington Ratepayers, 27 / 10 a 

— at the National Liberal Club, 20 m 10 « 
at the West Kenaington Tricycle €lab. 

Dinner. 16 7 7 a 
Diphtheria, Outbreak of, in Hanto, 15/4 f 
r d7 



Dp 



PaLHKR B INDKX to " tUK Tl^tLS S£WSPArES. 



[Ja 



1 1* 



IMplomatic Nt-w?. 3 ; H e— 18 / 9 /" 
I>irt NiiKant'c ag:un. 9 / 7^—11 ; 12 A 
])iM-R8taliii hinent. Meeting about ai Ipswii-h. 19 

m 1 / 
in Scotland, Conference on, in Edinhnr^h. 

2'J / lOr 

in Wale*. Series of Me<»tinps about. M» rlO« 

I)i5»lio'»e««t OflRciali— Mr.Treloar*8 Uenial. \> / 7 a 

Distillers ('uni|>«ny. 11 ; 1 1 e 

l)i<u^ed Burial (yrounds, Nev Bill about. 8 mGb 

— Xoie on. \2 i 7 / 

DiridtMids, Bankrupt, see every Wehttsday^t 

and S'lturdny^s paper 
Divorce Canes in Scotland. 23 ; 9 /" 
1)1 Vu COURT.— 
Applejard v. Appleyard and MulK*r. i< mob 

Hailey v. Bailey. 21*/' 10 <^ 

Kaiiibridge o. Baiiibridge. 23 / 5 / 

Bullej V, BuUey. 22 / 2 t 

(^ampbell t\ (Campbell. 27 w 10 rf— 29 m f 

«- — Croniie p. Cromit and NichoUon, 7 m 3 /"— 
6 m^ b 

Dow r. Tow and Pomraerette, 28 ; 4 ft 

Hinshelwood v. Hin^bulw(>4>d. 25/ 4 u 

Howiirth V. Hownrth. 27/4 d 

Huirhefl v. llutrbeH and Brnnett. 25 / 4 <t 

- Jnj^ham ». InKhxiu. 25 m 3 ' — 20 m 3 / 

« Johnson c. Johnson and Or*-en\vooil, 31 m 

4/ 
• I amb u. Tianib and Norrell. M> ? 4 r 

Mntthcwf i\ Matthews and Hnoihcr, 13 ?« 

VI d 

Merrv weather c. Merry weather add Lucas, 

n I ie' 
Micrjp V. Mier« and Nathan. 1 «i 4 c* 

^niith f. Sniirh nud Warhurst. 3 m if 

- South i;. South 2.» / 4 r 

> StHvert I? StRvert. 8 / 3 e 

Snine r. Stwne, 24 / i t 

— Taylor v. Taylor and Lovack. I m I »i 
'»— Tbomaa r. Thoina and Mee, 1^ m h h 
West V. West. 7 t '4 e 

WiUon V. Wilson and Lumb. 10 w 10 r— 12 

WylUe w. Wyllie. ^ fAd 

Yates V. Yates and MolIady« 8 m R 4 

Dixon- Hartland (F. D.) on Fires in Theatres, 18 

i 10s 
BOOKS:- 
Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) anil 

Railway, 3 m 1 1 c 

Barry Cardiff 9 ; 6 s 

of Bristol. 25 /4 6 

Bristol Port and Channel. 29 m 11 r 

East and West India, 12 ; 1 1 f/-6 / 1 1 <f 

Bull Barusley and West Riding. 9 / 12 a 

—11 n 'i 

King's Lynn, 20 m 11 e 

London, 2/125 

and St. Katharine, 16/11 c— 1 f U e 

Millwall,8/ll«-19/ 11 5— 25y 11 « 

St. Hclier's GraTing 1 ; 8 5 

Sourhnnpton. 18 ; 11 /— 11 /lie 

State of iShares in Companies, see every 

dtiy*s paper 

Surrey Commercial, 29 /" 11 <? -15 m 13 e 

Tyne, 21| ii a 



Docks [nntfiuiifd). 

Victoiia. Sentence on (he Man who Fir*' 

the l)(K:k« in 18H1. 15 /a 7 / 

Doi-kyard Managenitnt and Expenditure, 2«> > 

10/- 
Dod C. W.) Po-stal Reciprocit?. 29 ai 12 r 
DewNon ( — , at the Scarborough Liberal A»*>t» 

tion. 16V 7 * 
Dog Show, lee Crtstal Palacb 

— at Vienna. 25 w 5 6 -27 m 5 A 
Dougall (J. 1). » OH lie- Arming of ihe Infanirr 

Taking Aim. 2; 10 n 
on Two- Eyed Kifle Shootiag, 24 j 4 f—^ ■ 

2 / 
Douglaa (Roht. K "» on France and China, 3 ; "^ ' 
Doveicourt (Miff lloU'l Company, 20 w 11 ' 
Do}\vi \^V. 11.) on the ^ituation in Egypt. 14 » •■ 
Drake (Sir Francis) Tercentenary Anoiversat.v 

at Plymouth. 15 /10 a 
( Major Gen.) Character of General Graham, 

26/ 8r 
on the Commander of the Soudan Forces, 

26 / 8 .■ 
Drama in 1 ^^X 4 ; 4 r 
Droop H. U.) Election of 1880 and Xarrv* 

M»<joritiea. 5 / 7 /* 
Drumniund {M. E.) on the Importation of Forei^jn 

< Htile, 5 / 2 r 
Drunkenness and Licensing. Note on, I i 7 •/ 
Dublin Museum of .•^l•ience and Art, 18/9 / 
Di.cliy of (^ornwall, 7 w 10 r 
of I^ancaster, Parliamentary Paper on, -* 

/7« 
Duckham (T.) on the Foreign Cattle Trade. 1^ 

m 6 / 
Dudley Gallery, 19 / 3 a 
Duel with Swordx between the Marquis Antaldi 

and Deputy Belgtoioao. in Rome. 28 /'5 e 
between General Uavil and .M. Wdliams, \^* 

m H h 

between M. Sch(dl and M. Dion, 10/5 /" 

between W. Viette and M. Graa, 34i i 5 d 

Dulwich College. Abstract of Aceoanta, 16 m 3 '^ 

Appointments, 29 m 7 rf 

Dnmfermline, Charge against the Corporation for 

Dynamite C^riiflcates being Neglected. 15 1 1; / 
Dumfries, Mrs. Thomson's Bequest to the Town. 

23 ; 6 / 
Dunalastair Estate. 26/5 « 
Dunkin (E.) on tlie Scientific Accuracy of ih^ 

Bible, 9 ; 7 / 
Durham, Diocese of, 4 / 9 / 

Sunday Closing in, 18 / 7 e 

Durham Univer>ity— Class Lists, 29 j 7 #/-.»•» 

; () fi 
l>egreeii Conferred. 22 w 10 « 

on the Duke of Albany. 28> 5 / 

Duteh East Indies, New Governor, 22 ; 5 ^— 'i~» 

Notice a»)ont. 29/^5 e 

DTorak (H err H Montr to, by the Phiiharmoni' 

S<H!iety. 2*» m U» r 

•• Ma bat \ia»or." 15 m 5 n 

Dwellings of the Poor, Vicar of Brompton f '., 7 

; 7 / — 16 J 7 n— 31 ; 5< 

and the Citv of London, 28 7" 7 f—'l'Jj .•* i — 



March 81, 1884.] 



PALMKRS INDEX TO " THE TIMESr NEWSPAPER. 



Fdii 



DwellingB of the Poor, ReT. Burman Catsin on, 
17 7 .> e 

Coin mi I tee at Brompton to Inquire into the 
Slate of, 3; 4a 

— and the Local Qorernnient Board, 2 j 8 a 
— 2rt ; 10 a 

— Mansion House rcmncil in Relation to, 
Dunation of the Marquid of Salisbury Towards 
the Kxponses. 8 / 10 e 25 m 10 d 

— Meeiiiig nt fhe Society of Arts on Building 
1 'roper. 2* m l« f/ 

Meetings about. 10/11 « 

Xotvt on. 5 7 b b—7 J i a 

— Notices about. 7 j 7 /— 8 ; 10 A— 9 ; (5 « 

— K()>al ComiuinjiioD on, 22/4 /— 22 / 8 d— 
23 / \'J «— 6 irt 10 e—7 m 10 t — li m 10 a -15 
m 10 h—\9 in 10 u— 22 m 11/— 2t> m U f'-2d m 
12 '0 

— « SiH!Jefy Established for the Enforcement 
of SHnilary Lawn in. 28/9/ 

J>r. Waterwouh on. 8 ; 10 d 

l)wtll.n^s of the London Poor, in (^k'rkonwfll, 
Ic / U)d 

— in Large Towns, Official Circular, li ; 6 / 

in the Provinces, 8 ; 8 / 

in St. Luke's. 2 ; 8 c 

— in Southwark, 21 ; 7 « 

of the Poor at Windsor. 15 m 10 h 

1m er (T. H.) Roman Topography. I / '2 e 

— ^^ naiiiitt; f aictory Discovered at I'ulle, 2(> m 5 •/ 
in iiMinite Outrages in England, Arrests, 8 m 12 /> 

~ Destruction of Seixed Explosives, at Plum- 
*ttad Marshes. 14 mi 10 </ 

— Explosion at Victoria Station. 27/10 6—28 
/ 10 a— 4w5«/ 

the > rench Press on. 4 /« 5 b j 

Note about, 15 m 6 £^ 

— Outrages in London. 29 / fi r/— I m 12 a— 'A 
iH 7 a- 5 ,$i 10 6—6 tH (i tt— 7 in 5 </— 7 tit 10 d 
— 10 ,H 5 / 

— I'ttiiy in France. 10 m « b 

I'lew Oigan »»f 24 w 8 a 

K;;ilwHy Pre. autioiis, 26 m 10 tf 

>i are at ( hi«!ter. 7 w 10 (i 

M«*p4-cled Plots, l» m 10 *i 

the- United Stues Press on the Outrages, 10 

l>>r.9n]ite in America, Notices about, 14 //< 5 /^ 
:sl m 10 6 

Outrages in France. 10 m 5 /-20 m 6 6 

• in Poland, imii c 



f . t\ Ponder C»>nipany. 18 / 1 1 r 
^-Agle 6hot on the Edge of the Bois de Boulogne, 
24 w 5 « 

~ Insurance Company. 27 m U & 

l^rNwood Asylum lor Idiot*, S/lb Annirersary 

>e<ira]. lb w 10/ 
- — New Years Kntartainmeiit at, 2iy 4 a 
Lanhqimlte in Anatolia, Ki^f 

— in Aaia Minor, 12 y 9/^1 m T e~81 m 5 c/ 

' — ♦•• Central Aaia. 26 f 5 d 

^ — at CasainiccioU. Baatorstion of the City, 89 

in Haogaty, «6 » 6 *« » ai 7 c 

' — at licilia, 31 ai • a 



Earthquake at Notaresco, 12 f5 b 

Shock of, in Messina. 16 j 6 d 

Easdale (Thomas) Ensilage and its Feeding 

equalities. 8/86 
EaMi (( lay tun) the Thames as a Pleasure Resort, 

12/i'Gs 

Kent and ("anterbury Conservative Club, 

SO/ 12 d 

London Aqu.(riuin. Free Invitation to 

Children, 2 ; I i e 

— — Hospital for children. Annual Treat, 15 
;■ lu « 

Nursing Society. Annual Meeting, 19 / .*) d 

Sussex Liberal Aasociaiion, Annual Meet- 
ing. 15; 9/ 

Eaxi bourne. Inaugural Banquet of the First 
Mayor. 12 y 10 / 

Eastes v^Oeorge) on Ansssthetics, 80 ; 8 ^ 

Eccentric Woman— Mrs. Healy, of Finchley, 
Funeral of, 15 ; 9 c 

Ecelesia.s(ical Appointments, see Clkkjcal 

Courts, 7/86 

and Koyal Commissions, 4/46—11 / 10 

d—'A\ m \Qe 
Echoes from the Last Century, II / C /' 
Edinburgh Orchestral Festival. 1!) / 4 •/ 
Edinburgh University — Annual Meeting for the 

Betier Endowment of t.he Uuiversity, 2(>7 6 

Award ot Prizes, 12 ) 8 a 

i^etter from the Duke of Albany to tb» 

Lord Provost. 26 in 5 c 

— Lord Kec or'.s Address, Notice of» 2 / U / 

Matriculation lieturns, 12 / 8 u 

— Sir Stafford Northcote at, ao ; 7 /' 

Installation of, as Lord Hector, 31 / a 

— - Speech, 3l /6 a 

Torch L ght Procession in his Houour, 

31 / 6 (/ 

Tercentenary of its Foundation, 22/4 r— 

I' Mi 10 6 

Edis ( U »bt.) on the Water Companies and thd 

Public. 9 » 10 6 
KDUOATION:- 

Duke of Albany on. at Liverpool, 28 ;' 10 s 

Alleged Overwork in Elementary Schools, 

1/9./ 

Assistant Mistre.'^ses in Girls' Schoals, 17 

;■ 10 / 

— Canterbury Diocesan Education Society, ^2 
; 6 a^'^3 f 10 s 

Code for 1884, 12 m 6 a 

the Code and ita Critics. 29 jid 

Edinburgh School Board, Mr. Mundella 

Opens Two New Schools, 1 ; 6 /— 30> 7 e 

Education, Science and Art Department, 

19 r 6r— 26/a 7 / 
— of South African Tribes. 24 ; < d 

French Professors in England, Meeting at 

the Society of ArU, 4 ; 7 d—i ; 6 e 

mgh<ir Education of Women, 22 /'4 / 

of Women, Meeting at Glasgow, 10 ; 6 s 

— ^ Indian Education .Jommission, 12 ' lo a-^ 

2-i 7 8 b 

' London School Board— Expenditure, 8/9 

/— 26 /4/— 27/6rf-l m5 /-l3/i* 9 /— 17 

m 10 d^ib m 12 a— 19 m 4 4—21 tt* b 4 
Finaocei, 6 / lU * 



Td-i 



PALMIr's INDKX to •' TIM TIMB8 ^ KKlfSPlPn. 



[Jan. 1 i» 



I duration (rontinwtd), 

London School Board— Expenditure, Depn- 
Tniii>n to GuTernment about. 8 m 12 <f 

' Initnidion of the Blind, 6 / A f 

— Meeting*, 18 ; 8 a— 19 ; 9 /■— 28 ; 8 c— I 
/ r^y— 16/ 4/— 22/ lOf— 1 mSy— 21 iii8«- 

New School in Kentish Town, Opening 

ut. by Mr. Mundella, 18/ 12 c 
Ht Wandsworth Common, 80 ; 7 rf 

Norci about. 12/8 /"—IS »a 12 e-20 m 10 

I, -24 i»i 6 */ -25 m 8 </— 28 m 10 a 

Overpressure in Girb' Schoob, 26 ; 8 c 

-12 mH d 
and Overpressare of PoTertjr nnd Drink, 

'J J f H /—I M^ a 
— ->_ Overwork in Schools. 8 / 10 tf- 16 /'4 / 

- 2'* t r» ;— a ml €1-27 m 5 e 
Deaths from. 16/4 f 

I'iH \ grounds of the Schools Note on, 12 m 

II r 

Poor Children and School Attendance, 13 

/*. i» /— 2(1 m 10 c 

I'rojiosHls for New Schools, 16 /'4/ 

— Uepurt of Finance Committee, 18 ;8 o — 19 
/ '.» / — 22 / 7 « 

Science Teaching in Elementary Schools, 

25 / 3 a 
Middle Class Education, Annual Meeting 

of the Corporation for. 12 i« 4 « 

— Mundella (— ; on ^Jiddle Class Education, 
24 )\i c 

National in Ireland, 21 ^' 6 e 

Xew Cod«*. 14 I 4 // 

C:harch of England School at Dartford, 

'0;6e 

Oxford Hiid Caiiibriilge SdiuoU Examin- 
ations, 21 J 7 / 

i 1 iSouth Wnles. 21> /" 5 /• 

— Voluntary and liotivd Schools, Comparative 
St»ristic8 of, 80 ; 8 « 

l.tUiLMtion Department, Appoihtments to, 13/7 

e-ai M 7 c 
r<!ucatiunal Kxperinn'nt in Denmark, 1 J iJ « 
1- inHMci'. 6 / 2 / 

- - KHSultiior 1883. 19 m 6 a 
EGYPT : - 

— AbdiCHtion of the Khedive Proposed. .5 / .% «« 

Englishmen in Egypt Repudiate, b J h a 

and Abymsinia, 21 / .*» /_i.s / 5 b 

Appointments, 7; 6y— loy 6 a— 14 ; 6 « — 

23; 6</— 10 m 6 cr 
-^- Army Medical Department in the Egyptain 

War. 8U 4 i 
Assouan, Troops for, 21 f5 a 

— Baker (^Sir S.) on the Abandonment of tlie 
Soudan, 1 1 ; 8 a 

■ on the Crisis in, 14/10 m 

Baker Pasha, at Tokar, if 6b A e-ft/5 « 

—7 / 6fc— 16/ 7 a 
Defeat of, and Officers Missing, 6/5 a & 

rf— 6 ; 10 b—7f 6 e— 8 / 6 a 

Search after the Officers Missing in the 

Battle. 18/9/ 

lieception of, by his Old Regiment, 19 / 



Egypt (continved), 

Baker, Pasha, BattlefleW, VisH to. 5 ■» 5 5 

his Services oueht to be Rewarded by bis 

being Restored to the Army. 8 m 7 o 

Bodies Identified and Bvried. 5 m 5 i 



Zanba, Adrance of Troopa to, II « 5 a 

~12 m66— 12m5e 

- before the Enemy, 18 m 5 a 



Banng (Sir Evelyn) in, AjOf 

Battle of El Teb, Defeat of the Rebels by 

General Qraham and Relief of Tokar, 3 m 3 a 
k «— 22 mSa 

of Despatches to England 25 ai 10 e 

Gallant Deeds Performed in. 6 w 5 • 

List of KiUed and Wounded, 6 m 5 *- 

13 m 5 6 

of the Naral Brigade, 6 m 5 6 

Officers KiUed and Wounded, 3 ai 5 ^ 

Ay— 4 m o a 

— '■ Queen*s Congratulations en, 3 » 5 c 

of Ttjmafti, Mo al of, 19 m 6 / 

of Tel-Rl-Rebir. Engraving of , 29 m 6 ii 

Perbcr Defeat of the Kebels at, 2 ; 5 a 

News about, 4 ;' 5 a 



Casual! ied Keported, 12 »n 5 a 

Cholera in, n 5/— 1 / 5/ 

N<» New Cases. 16 i 5 o 

Churchill ( Ivord Randolph) against the 

Policy of the Goveri'ment in. 18/ \ i a 

Coet logon ^Col. de) Promoted to the Rank 

of Pnshaand Acting Governor- General of the 
Entire Soudan, 18/6 6 

Comparison of the Straitf<»rward Domgs of 

tlie French itt Hhci\'} h and the Secret Plotting 
of the Gladstone Ministry in the Soudan, 22 
m7 h 

CrJMa in. 12 / lOr— l.*^ f\0 r— 14 /6 ft— 15 

f5d—\e f 7 e-\6 I 6r-ll» / 10 e— 21 / 6 h 
—22 / 9 /-2a / 10 n -25 t rt /-26 / 10 d— 27 
fh e— 28 r G rf--9 / ?> /~4 m 5 d —7 ui 10 / 

— ^ Notes on. 14 ; 10 u — 12 t 4 « 

Foreign Press on, \h ' b a 

Portsmouth Correspondent on, 9 / 10 ^ 

TfU'graiUj*. 1 ' / <• c 

Cutting of the Tel graph Wires, 16 /"7 a 

|)cbaie< on the Affairs of, set Parujlmbnt 

Foreiprners Opinions on, 27 / 5 a 

Kreruh Opi- ion of. 21 / 5 b 

— Defcnt of Osnutn l)i;rina by Gen. Graham 
and ( 'Hi)(ure of his i.!aiiip, U m 5 u & y— 15 m 
7 o — 1 7 iw 5 rt 

Fo'cign Press on the Defeat. 14 m 7 6 



6« 



and Col. Bumaby, Health of, 19 m 5 a 
40 



Killed and Wounded in, 15 /« 7 6 & /— 17 

tH 6 A - 1 .'< m 5 a 

Dubb^ih. News about. 5 w 6 a 

and KngUnd, 8 / 6 «— 6 / 5 d— 7y 5 c 

and Abyssinia. 17 ; 6 t/ 

France and Egypt, 18^ t a— 25 j 5 a — 9 

/5 i-27 / 5 d—\ m 7 < 

— Italy and Egypt, 18 fh *-19 f 6 k— 27 

fhd 

ami the Powers. 5 ; 5 cf— 10 ; 5 « 

and Turkey. 22 > 5 rf— 31 j 5 r- 4 / 5 e— 

6y 6fl-7 /5/~9 /"Sft-n /6«— IS/Sr- 
jH / « #»— 21 / 5 A— 23 / 7 rf— 25/5 «— 25 / 6 
/_iU /w C fi — 12 w 6 /» . 

. and the Suez Canal, 10 m 6 « 



Uarck 81, lS8i.} rxLUBR's indkz to " thk timks" miwspapkr. 



Egy 



£g7iyt (continued), 

EIlKli^h OflaciaU in, 12 ; 6 c 

Officers Lent to the Egyptian Govern- 
ment, 14 ; <i a 
Power over Native Troops, 24 } 5 a 

Exiles from in (Vylon, ly ; 16 c 

Foreign Tresi on ihe Afifniri in, 6 m 6 c 

and France* 7/5 f—lf 5 / 

French Feeling on English Successes, 6 m 6 c 

Frontier Defence. 7 i 5 c 

Germnnjr and England and Egypt, \9 fS a 

Gezirch, ReUef of, 10 / 6 a 

Gordon (Gen.) Views on the Soudan, 10 

;4o 
and Sir S. Baker Oppose the Cession of 

Khartoum, U ; 5 a 
Advice to Sir S. Baker if Allowed to go 

to the Soudan. 14 / 10 a 

and the Khedive, 1 5 /* 5 a 

Life of. Penny Edition, 26 / 10 6 

Mission of, 31 > 4 6—6 / 10 o— 7y 6 6—8 

m 6 a 

Sir E. Baring^ Despatches on, 15 / 106 

Memorandum of his Mission, 15/106 

Note on, 11 /8a 

— ■ • Col. Stewart's Observations on, 16/106 

Movements, 18 / 6 6 

in Egypt. 22 j 6 rf— 25 j i a& s— 26 ; 5 

«— 2o 7 5 </— I / 6 d^Aj 6 e— 6 / 5 aSj5J 

— 11 /5c— 14 / 6/ 
Note from, on Entering Khartoum, 20 m 



eh 



Notices about, 11/ 5 «— 11/ 6>— 20 / 5 
Proclamation to the People of the Soudan, 



I m7 d 

Proclamations of, 18/ 5 6—18 / 6 a— 19 

/5a 

on his Slavery Pntclamatiun, 23/ 7 6 

M. Marguet's Description of, 1 m 7 <i 

Paris Chambers on his Slavery Proclama- 

, 12 m 5 e 

— Press on. 21/5 a 
Reaches lierber, 12/ 5 a -13/6 a— 14/ 

— Shendy, 18 /6 a 

— M. Heinjich's Sketch of, 16 / 7 6 

— Rt'ported Capture of, 11 / b d 
Telegrams from Earl Granville to Sir E. 



tion 



5b 



Baring about, 16 / 12 a 

from Sir E. Baring to Earl Granville 

about. 16/ 12 a— 26/' \0 d 

Views on the Afifairs of the Soudan, 26 



jb 



and the "War Office, 9/10 6 
see aUo Gordon 



the Government and the Soudan, 19 m 8 6 

Graham (Gen.) Commander of the Soudan 

Forces. Note about, 26 / 8 c 

Despatches, 2^ m lOf/— 29 m 7 c— 31 m 6 6 

Movements of, 27/ 5 a 

and Greece. 21 / 5 /— 1 8 w 5 rf 

Hackney Radical Club Approve of the Pre- 
sent Action of the Government, 21 / 5 e 

Halifeh, 30,0u0 Rebels hold, 15 ; 5 « 

— the Garrison Rescued and Brought to 
Khartoum, 22 ni 7 a 



Egypt (roniinued). 

Halfyfh. State of, 22 w 7 a 

Handoub, News from, 22 w 7 6—24 tw 6 a 

Troops Sent to, 18 m 5 a & </— 19 m 5 a 

—20 wi 5 a 

Hetlj'iz, News from, 6 m 5 /* 

Hewitt (Adiu ) Demands Osman Digma to 

Surrender, 10 m 6 a 
— Osman Digma*s Reply. II m 6 a 

- Helouan. Burnt and Sacked by the Rebels, 
14 ; 5 6 

Hicks Pasha's Army, Note on, 8 m 6 c 

Total Destruction of the Army of. Certi- 
fied by a Lay i»ister of F:1 Obeid, 1 j 6 a~26 / 
6 d — 7 m 5 a 

Greek Merchant's Account, 7 / 4 /* 

International Indemnity Commission, Clalma 

Allowed, 1 ; 6 /— 17.; 6 d^2 / 5 rf— 16 / 7 d— 
22 f 5 6—7 m 5 a— il m 5 a— 15 m 7 /— 17 m 

6 a 

and Italy, 1 / 5 rf— 14/"5 /— 6 mhe 

Judgment Administered in, by the Mudira, 

29 m 7 a 
Kaoui and Duem, News about, 4 ;' 6 o— 5 

7 5a 

Khartoum— Advice for the Garrison to Fall 

back on Berber. 4 ; 5 a 

Austrian Missionaries Leave, 18 y 5 « 

Box Erected in, for Petitions and Com- 
plaints, 22 / 5 a 

Caravan from Dongola Arrives at. 7/w5a 

Col. Coetlogon Telegraphs " All Well," 

25 > 7 e 



- Requests Orders to Retire from. 10 ; 5a 
Requires 12,000 Men to Defend. 4 ; 5 a 

Cook and Scms Called on to have Ready 

all their Vessels in Case the place be Evacuated^ 
31 ; 9 / 

Europeans at. 11 / 8 6— 14 / 6 /" 

Evidence of Debts and Emblems of Op- 



pression Burnt Publicely in Front of the Palace, 
20/5 a 

the French Press on British Policy To- 
wards, 8 / 5 e 

Gen. Gordon Arrives at, 19 ^5 a 

Enthusiasm about Subsiding, 3 m 6 c 

• Idea of the Town, 22/6 a 

Recip ion in, 19 / 5 a 



ha 



— Town Illuminated in Honour of, 20 / 

— Appoints Col. Coetlogon to the Chief 
Command at. 13/56 

Builds a Strong Fortified Camp on the 

Blue Nile. 17 m 5 

Full Power to Settle Affairs in the 



Soudan. 21 ; 5 / 

Invites the Sheikhs of the Neighbour- 



hoed te como into. 31 y o a 

Perilous Position of, 20 w 6 a— 22 m 7 

a— 25 hi !t t lit tu 5 a 

Ptocteding to. 21 ; 6 f—29j 5 a 

Views oil the Situation, 10 m 6 a 

the (xuvernment give False News to 



Maintain the Confidence of the Garrison, 4 ; 5 a 
MisceUan^ous News from, 21 ; 5 A— 26; 5 



a— 28 ; 5 />— 26 / 5 a— 28/ 5 a— 1 wi 7 a— 4 mi 
6 A— 5 m 5 r — 12 w 5 a 

41 



Bgy 



FALMKE*i9 INDEX TO ** THK TtllES '* VRW8PAFIR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Egypt (coiitinueff). 

Khartoum, iDTalid Soliliers Leaving, 28/ 

5o 
Newt of the Defeat of Hicks Patha'a 

Army Reported in. 17 7 o « 

Note on the FrocIaniHtion of Gen. Gordon, 



21 /8r 

Order for Evacuation not yet Definitely 

given. 29 j 5 « 

Ordera Sent for the Immediate Kvacua- 



lation of , 2 1 / 5 a 

Extracts from Four Issued in Arabic, 



21/6 tt 

Ketreat on Berber Proclaimed, 22 ; 5 a 

Sortie from, put to Flight by the Trea- 



chery of the Two Pasha's, 31 m 5 a 

State of. 21 /"o a— 22 m 7 a 

Col. Stewart Visits the Chiefs on the 

White Nile, Explaining Col. Gordon's i'oLicy, 
8 m 6 e 

— — — Telegraph from, to Senaar Totally De- 
stroyed. 14 ; 6 /i 

Whole of the Country Around in Open 

Kcbeliion, 19; 7 e 

Khedive Proposes to Reduce his Civil List 

to Aid the Finances. 4 t 5 a 

and England, 9 ; 6 <?— 19 » 7 a 

Keasons for Accepting OfBce, 7 ;' 6 c 

Return of the tioly Carpet from Mecca, 

Celebrated before 8 ; 5 e 

Khedives and Pashas. 20 m 8 r 

- List of Officers Selected for Temporary 
Employ ment in the Egyptian Army, 16 / 7 « 

Lloyd (Clifford) Clearing the Prisons in 

Cairo. 22 m 7 A— 27 mi 5 a 
— Ndtice about. 22 / 5 m 

Long (Chiulli*) the African Explorer, Lec- 
ture in Paris on the (^hief Actions in, 5 f b f 

the Mahdiand the Khalifa, ^oteon, 2; 12 c 

■ ' and Morocco. 7 m 5 d 

Mowraentx of, o ; 12 rt— 26 ' 5 a 

Naineil Stiltan of Kondofnn by Genersl 

Gorden, 4 m ') a 
People on both ttides of the Blue Nile De- 
clare for. 15 / o a 

Progress of, 4 ; 5 « -3 w» 5 

- — Massacres at Alexandria. Pension Granted 
to the Father and Sister of Mr. Pileworih One 
tit the Victims. 19 / 9 4 
— — Mas!)owRh. Ni'ws about 5 ^5 a — 16/ 7a 
.. — Meeting at Cairo to Establish a Slave House, 
•29 w 7 a & ^ 

Meetings in England Denouncing the Policy 

of the Government in, 14 / <> //— lo / 6 r— 18 
; 12 11-19 / 9 h-'2:\ 1 12 d—^il f i\ «-3 m 7 c 

- Mini-sieriul Crisis. 3 ; 3 ^ 

Ministry h'e-tign. 8 / 5 o & « -9 / 6 A 

New Ministry. 9 7 G 6— lo 7 5 a & «— JU 

7 7 rf - 1 1 7 fi // 

-- — Miscellaneous News, 9 j 6 6^11 7 5 a— 12 
7 n *. — 10 7 6 «— 1« 7 » a^l9 7 7 a -'>:^ > S « — 
29 75 o — 13/ ua— loy .'i L — lbJ 5 id— J9y 5 
42 



tion of. by the (^ivil European and Christian 
Population. 12700 

Priwns Examined and Purged, 20 / 5 • 

■ State of Prisoners in, 22/5 a 
Proclamation on Slavery, Literal Trans- 



Egypt {rontinuedy. 

a & tf— 20 / 6 c-21 / 6 «f-22 f 5 « — 2« fSa 
—28 / 6 <i— 29 / 6 a—i m 5 a— 10 m 5 a— IS 
mlte — \7m .5<?-20 m 5 </— 25 m 5a 

New Frontier, 9 If 6 ^ 

Night Attacks in War. 1 /"S b— 7 f7d 

Nile from Khartoum to Berber, 12 / 4 « 

Lord Northbrook Orders Freah Reinforce- 
ments for, 8 / 8 e 

Notes on the State of, 1/4 /— 9 ; 6 <f-10 

77/ 

Nubar Pasha, bf 6a 

Official Despatches, 5 m 10 6 

Orders Conferred by the Khedive, 4 /"ft « 

Osman Digma, Account of, 12 in 4 c/ 

Desertions from the Camp of, 8 « 7 « 

Movements of, 21 7n 5 r 

Order of the Day on tlie Defeat of, 17 « 

5b 
Reward of 5.800 Dellars Offered for him 

Dead or Alive. 1 7 m 5 a 
the Reward Bill Burnt by the Rebel 



Chiefs, 19 m 5d 
Two Proclamations Preserved by Otmsa 

Digma himself. 20 in 6 a 

Notice about, 10 m 5 <f 

Offer for his Head Withdrawn, 21 w 5 a 

the Press on the Offered Reward. 18 m 5 6 

Paris Press on Mr. Gladstone's Policy, U 

Jbc 

Peel (Sir Roberta against the EgyP^*'° 

Ptdicy of the Government. 18 /" 12 6 

the Porte and the Mahdi. H Tb d 

Press Association on the Crisis in, 7f\0d 

— 14./6 A-16/ 7 a 

Prisons in Cairo, State of. 18 ; 6 a 

Public Debt, 3 la 6 c— 12 m 1 1 ^ 

v^iieen's S]>eech on. Effects in, 9./ 5 a 

Hail way fiom Suakin to Berber, 2Z fie 

- Ransom Sent by the Austrian Consul to tht 
Mahdi for the Release of the Catholic Mission- 
aries Detained by him, 21 / 5 e 

Recent Expedition to. 26 / 8 e 

Retrenchment in, A j !^ e 

Salisbury ( Lord j on the Government Policy 

in. 14 /'ti f -3 m 6 /* 

Scnnaar, Telegraphic Communications Be* 

Opened with, 22 70/ 

Senoussi and the Mahdi, 31 ; 5 i/ 

Mr. Shoover, the Explorer, Killed, 16 7 6 a 

-10;9«/ 

Siukat, Fall of, and Massacre of the Garri* 

son, 13 /5 a— 13/ 6 b 

Escaped from. 14 / 5 /* 

State of, 19 i 7 /-18 / 5 h 

Situation in Egypt, U / 6 /-15 « 6/ 

Slavery in, Note.s on, 12 ; 10 c— 25 / 6 e— 

26y4/-27./8r 

and Gen, Gordon's Proclamation, 20 /"5 a 

Text of the Treaty of 1877 for the Aboli- 
tion of, 1 VI 4 /' 

an. I the Soudan. 3/8 rf— 8 fi e 

Egyptian (lovernment Requiring^of Eng- 
land its Decision on, 6 i 5 d 

England, Egypt, &c., 7/5 /— 8>5 ak 

— 9/ oc-11 » 5 /-|2;6e— 147 5o-Uj6« 
_15 y 5 «— J6 7 6 <~17 7 6 o & d— 18 ;• 5 4 



March ol, lb84.J 



PALMERS IKDKX Tu ** THK TIMES ' NP:wsrAPER. 



me 



Egypt (^cBntinue^J). 
— 19 ; 7a&<-21 y 66& ^-22;5d-23/ 6 
d—2ij 6 a--2oi 5 e— 26 / 5 c. & ^^28 ; 5 /« & 
</— 29 ; 5 a->4 / 6 /i ft «-5 / 5 a-7 / 6 6—8 / 
5o& /*— 9 / 6 a— 11 /o r &e-12 /5 a&e-- 
lSjba& 6—14 / 6 o — 15 fh a & 6—16 f7 a 
& </— 1« / 5 6—19 / 5 fl & rf-20 /• 6 a A c— 21 
/ 6 'J & d— 22 J 6a& i/— 23 / 7 a & </— 2n / 6 
0-25/6 6— 26 f 5 f/— 27 / 6 a & rf— 28 / 5 a 
& «— 29 / 5 ti it 6 — 1 m 7 d—S m 5 a— 'A m 6 o 
— 4 m 5 c— o #M 5 <i & 0—6 »i 5 a & /— 7 tn b a 
(k d— 8 Iff 7 a & c — 10 M 5 «— 10« 6 a— 11 mo 
« & rf— 12 w o a & e— 18 wo a & e— 16 //i 7 a 
i e— 17 w 5 a— 17 m 6o— 18 m 5 a— 19 »i 6 a 
& «^— 21 m 5 a-22 M 7 a&d -24 m 5 a— 24 m 
6 «— 25 w 5 a— 26 m B a & c— 27 m 5 a & d— 
28 m 5 a & (/— 29 m 7 a— 31 m 5 a— 31 m 6 a 

and France. 1 2 / 5 d 

Lupton Bey*8 Position in, 12 m 3 ^ 

Meeting in the Guildhall on the State of, 

\SJ he^lAfBa- 16/5 6 

Military Situation of, 8 /"S d— 9 / 10 o— 

ll/6rt— 14/6a- 16/ 7/— 18/ 6^—19/" 10 
d— 21 / 6 a-22 / 9 /-23 / 12 c -25 / 6 d-26 
/ 10 c— 27/6 /-28/6o-?9/5/-i m 7 /— 
8jn 10 — 10 w 6e— 12 m 10 6—14 m 10 a 

Note on tlie Abandonment of. 1 ; 4 6—1 1 

i Sa 

Patriotic Association of London Seek a 

Meeting at the Guildhall against Abandoning, 
21. 6 e 

Issuing a Pamphlet on. 4 / 6 a— 6/6 6 

Slare Hunting in. 5 w 5 r 

Sou hern >oudan. 29 fid 

and Turkey. 3 ; 3 d— 8 t 5 a— 17 j 5a 

Stuart (H. Villiers) on the Abandonment 

of the Soudan. 1 1 / 8 a 

Suakin. News from, 20/6 a— 26/5 a— 28 

/5 a— 29y 6 6—6 m 6 «— 6 m5 ak /— 20 m 6 
tt-2l m 6 a- 24 m 6 a-26 m 6 o— 27 m 6 d— 
28 m 5 li— 29 ml a 

Baker Pasha Proclaims a Slate of Siege 

in. »/6d— 11/5^ 

Black Soldiers in, Mutinied, 26 / 6 d 

■ British Force at. M2 / 2 e 

and iu Defences. Plan of, 26 / 10 <? 

Flags of Truce on the Forts, but Refused 

by Osnmn Digma. 8 w 7 c 

FaU of, and its Garrison Perished, 19 / 

10 tf 

Adm Hewitt Defending, \\ f5t 

Marines on their Way to. 18 / 6 a 

■ ()«man Digma Encamped near, 3 w 6 c 

Kuuiuurs about, 1 1 y 6 c 

Sliivory \u. 2'» w 5 a 

— - — S:ate of, Jl / 5 u 

Ttikiiig a Re 1 Sea r-able into, 30 / 5 d 

Telegrams about. i9 / lu c 

■ Truijpa Sent to. 14 / 5 «— 18 f Sn 

.^ubacrijiiion for the Family of Tewflk Bey, 

^flio 6 

Suhaii!) of DHrffiiir. \C fCt d 

-~3-T«,ii.i ier, uii the Way to, 27 m .> a-~2f^ m 

i' « 

- — Telegrams Forwarded, 6 m 5 6—10 w 6 6— 

S8«6u 
"— Toker, News from, 12 y 5 a^l$J 1 akd^ 



Egypt {Coatiitue(i\ 

1 y / o d —20 / 5 6—25 / 6 a — 6 m 5 a — 6 m 6 o 

—6 m 5 / 

Genernl Onler Read before, 6 to 6 6 

Gen. Graham Knters. 3 m 5 6 

Note HgHinst the Proclai nation. 19 m 6 c 

OsmanDit^ma Massing Around. 16 f 7/ 

— 18 / 5 6—22 /da 

Successful Sortie from, 20 for 

Surrenders to the Kebels, 23 / 7 « 

— ' Troop* Sent to 14/5 a 

Trophy from. 'i7 in tj / 

Tamusi and uiher Villages Burnt, 17 m 6 « 

— li* m 5 / 

Trinkctnt, News from. 25 / 5 o— 25 / 6 6 — 

27 / 5 a & <i— 26 / 5 d— 2U _/ 6 <* — I m 1 a— 6 
m 5 o— 8 m 7 a -I I i« 5 a 

Troops from England Sent to, 11/6 c— 19 

/lOr 

— ^ — and Turkey. 1 4 / 6 « 

Arflbi ami the \lHhdi, 10 7 5 6 

England and Egypt. 28 / 5 a— 6 m 5 /— 7 

m 6 ri— 13 HI 5 6 — 17 in o d— 20 m 5 a— 22 m T 
d— 24 m 6 a 

• and the S<mdan, 5 »i 5 /"— 29 m 7 d 

Umshangar Surrenders to the False Pro- 
phet. 23 » 6 d 

Vote of Censure on the Govern meut Pol.cy 

in, 14 / 5 a 

Foreign Press on, \A f'5 a 

War News, 2 / 6 a 

in the Soudan. Memorial from the Peace 

Society to Withdraw from the Country, 3 m 

Wood (Sir E.) Correspondence with Sir S. 

Norihi'ote on Egyptian Affairs, 7 w 8/ 

Zebehr and the Mahdi, 7 1 10 d 

British and Foreign Anti-Slarery Society 

on 13 m 8 a 

and Gen. Gordon. 21 to 5 n— 24 w 5 o 

the Government's Refusal to Appoint 

likely to be Gordon's Death-warrant, 24 ni 5 <i 

Hake's Letter Establishing Gen Gordon's 

Charges against. 24 7/1 I2 a 

• on the Proposal 10 Appoint him Governor 



of Khartoum. 12 ;« 4 r— 13 m 5 6 
Egypti'in Crisis. Meeting at the City of London 
Guildhall on. I« / 5 6 

Exploration Fund. 26 /*4 c 

Policy. Notes on. 27 / 8 d— 12 m 8 d 

Po^t Offl<e. 19 w 12 a 

Problem, No'c on. 8 ; 7 < 

War Kund, H w 6 d— 2ti to 4 d— 28 w 10 rf 

Election of 1 8*^0 and Narrow iMajorities, 6 / 7 / 
StatiMic^ of the Mjij )rity, 1 / 3 d 

Exp»Mi*Pfl -Ipswich, I4;4/-19; 11/ 

petitions. 31 /12 a * • 

ELfl.TIONS:- 

AnKlo«.e;i. 31 ; 10 ^—6 f^ d— 16 / 12 d-l» 

/ II /-'ir. / 5«~28/9y— 29/ lOe— 1 m 11 / 
—Tl >f 1 2 h 

Ar 'V ><hire, 20 w 10 n 

- He.Kshire jy / 10 « -8 in 12 6-10 to 7 6^ 

Binn nghan. 26 / 9 /— 5 f^f—^^J 9 J 

Hl.ick luru. 20 fh d— 26 fb « 

Bolion, 1 TO 11'/— 7 m 10 e— 11 w 11 ^ 

43 



£l6 



PALMKKtt INUKX TO '' THK T|:attS " NBiVdl*APKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Slections {rmtinned). 

Brighton, 19 / 10 <j— 20y 5 rf— 21 /*9 /^2i 

/ 10 «— 23 r 12 e— 25 / 7 f— 26 /"fi «— 27y 6 e 

— 28 / 9 /— 29 / 10 c/— 1 mil/' 

Notes on, 25 / 7 rf— 27 / 6 rf— 28y 8 6—1 

m h a —8 m 10 r 

liucka, II i 6 r-.28 ) 9 /* 

Bury, 22 111 12 A 

Cambridgeshire. 4 / « 6—18 / 7 e— 26y 7 <r 

-27 f%t—'it^ f\if''\m \\ f—Sm 10 r_6 m 
lOe— 6 m 10 6— 8 m 12 6— 10 m 7 6— 14 m 9/ 
—20 M 10 a— 21 M 10 6 

the New Member, 22 m 12 a 

Cardiff, 9 ; 9/ 

- (Carnarvonshire. 11 m 11/ 

Chelsea. 26 ; 9 /— 1 1 /b c 

Cheshire, o / 9 / 

Cork, 9/ 9/-10; 9/^11 ;6e— 14/"l«rf 

— 16/ 12 </— r8/7«-19/'ll/— 21/ 9/— 23 
/ 12 «-2o./ 7 r— 26 f5 e— 27 / 6 « 

Cumberland, East, 6 /"f d 

Denbit(h. 23 M2 c 

- Derby, • / 5 / 

Derbyshire. East, 11 / 8 c 

— Devon, Somh. 7 m 10 «— 8 m 12 6—10 m 7 6 

Dundee. 27 / 6« 

' Finsbury, 27 m 6 / 

GIhskow, 14 ; 6 /■— 16 / 12 d 

Guildford, 20 / o <i 

Hackney. 1 m 11 / 

Hants, North, 1«>9/ 

- — Hastings, b j 6 f 

Haverfordwest. 81 ; 10 / 

Hereford, City. 2SJ 9 / 

Heriford. 19^ 7/-29> 9y-6 m 10 «— 7 m 

10 e 

Herts. 9/^9/ 

Horsham. 6/9/ 

Huntingdon. 7 m 10 e— 10 m 7 </— 11 mil/ 

— 12 m 10 fi— 20 m 10 a— 22 m 12 6 
Kent. West. 23 ; 6 f— 20y 5 d 

Kidderminster. 6 m 10 6 

King's Lynn. 25 m 10 d 

Leicester, 23 / 6 r— 16 / 12 <?— 20 / 6 rf— 22 

/lO «— 26/ 6«— 5 m lOe— 8 m 12 6—11 m 11 
/— 24 m » e^*26 m 10 o— 81 m 8 « 

^— Leith. IJ m 10 a 

Leominster, 26/6 e 

Lichfield. 25 m 10 d 

Limerick. 9./ 9/ 

Lincolushire, North, 80 ; 9/— 1 / 6 «— 7 / 

10 a— 14 / 10 li 

South. 23 / 12 e— 26 f 7 r- 26 f6 «— 27/ 

fi s-28 / 9 /— 29 / 10 €-1 m 1 1 /— 6 m 10 6 

Liverpool, 7 ; 9./— 1 \ fb c 

Londonderry. 10 f 9 A— 1 1 J 6 ^ 

Maidstone, 28 / 9 / 

Manchester, 6 ; 5 /— 9 } 9 /"— 26 m 10 a 

Meath, 22 / 10 6—28 / 10 e 

^— Merionethshire. 28 ; 6 0—20 f&d 
^^ Montgomeryshire. 7 / 10 a 

Norfolk, South. 19 y 7 / 

West, I8y lis -14/ lOrf-21/9/:— 29 

m 12 e 
Northampten, 11/8 r— 18 / 7 «— U/10 c 

~16 / 12 rf— 18 / 7 e — 19 /— 20/1 d 
• *~ Notts, North, 12 m lO a 
44 



11 



Electiona {continued), 

Notts. South, 10 m 7 6 

Oxfimbhire, l4/10rf-7m 10 s 

Paisley. 22 / 9 y— 28 j 6 <f— 80 i 9 /-IZ/ 

12d— Hi / 124 

l'emb:oke^hi^e. 31 ; 10 / 

- Peterborough. 26 / 5 « 
l*oni*»fraci. 8 / 'J / 

Portsmouth. 29 m \2 e 

Queen's County, 19 j 7/— U fBe 

Heading. 18 / 7 « 

Ketford, East, 1 1 / 8 e 

KocheMter. 26 /* 7 c 

Sulisbury, 7 m 10 t— 81 m 8 6 

St. Andrew's Burghs, 16 ; 7 /" 

St. Ives. 8/9/ 

ShefBeld, iJO ; 9/-1 1 /8 <j— 29/ 10 «-l ■ 

./ 

Shrewsbury, 19 ; 7 / 

Somerset, West, 81 ; 10 /— 4 y ««—«/• 

7/U)a^\S r\\ «-16/"12d— 18/7S 

Staffordshire, West. 28/9 /" 

Staly bridge. 14 / 10 d 

Stoke-on-Trent, 6 m 10 6 

Tarn worth, 26 / 5 e 

Wakefield. 27 m 6 /* 

Wallingford, I m II / 

Warwickshire, North, 19/11 /'-21 f9 f- 

22/ 10 «— 11 w 11 / 

South. 5 / 9./— 1 1 /■ 8 c 

Westminster, i3 m 10 /— 26 m 10 a 

Whitby. 13 m 10/ 

Wilts. North, 11 / 8tf 

Worcester. 18 ; 9 f^2\ J 9/ 

Worcestershire, East. 8/9/ 

York. 19/ 11 / 

Yorkshire, North Riding, 29 ; 9 a-7 /"lO a 

South. 11 / 8r 

Electoral Reform. 28 / 7 /" 

Statistics, 3/5 e— 22 fb a 

Electric Bells. 1 m 1 2 6 

Light in the House of Commoni, 14 / 6 « 

ELECIHIO LIGHT COMPANIES : - 

Anglo-Amencaa, 7/11 c— 28y 11 c 

Australian, 16 ; 11 (f-3l m 11 r 

Gukher. 28 ; 11 c-28 / 11 r— 19 m\\d 

International, 2 j \\ d 

JabluckkoflT, 31 j 11 </— 2 /He 

Metropolitan. 26 ; 1 1 rf— 29 j 11 rf— 31 j ll 

6_1 / II 6-4 y 11 6— 7y 11 6-i4/ IW-I 
m 11 r 

Pilsen, Joel and General, 7 m 11 ^ 

South African. 5 / 1 1 c 

Eastern, 19 m 1 1 c/ 

Sun Lamp and Power, 23 y 11 e 

Swan United, 16 /* 18 d 

Electric Gunning Punt, lo f 9/ 

Lighting of Gunpowder Milla— Trial of. it 

Kendal, 4/ 4</ 

in rraina. SO 9 4 ^ 

Trial of, at Wimbledon, 81 f 11 t-^tX • 



7 t 



Electricity v, Gaa, 29 ; 4 /— 80 jij 

the Older, Profe8M>r Tyndall on, 8 m « 6- 

14 m 10 
Elephants ia a Fix. 10 m 7 /* 

Lley, Blos., 10 j lie 



31arch 31, I88i.] palmek's index to '* the times" NKWsrArER. 



£vo 



Kliot (Geo.) New Volume, Contenta of. 2/10 e 
Llliort (G, W.)*t Northallerton, on the Franchise 

and Ke-di8tribution of Seats, 24 / (S c 
FAj (Bp. of) Health of. 778a 

Notice about, ^ i d J 

CatheJral. 5 m of 

Emigrant, Fraud on, 2 7 5 « 

Kmig^nta, Educated. Notes on. 2 / 8 / - H ; 12 c 

Emigration— Notice about, 14 / 10 < 

East End Fund. 2 / 9 /" 

of Girls, 27 m 5 /' 

Irish, 27/5 « 

to New South Wales, 15 ; 9/— 22 ; 1 1 /"— 5 

/ 6 /— 8 / 10 /— 19 / 10 c— 25 / 4 «— 10 m 11 

e— 12 m 6 c— 13 m 12 d— 18 im 3 c 

Official Returns. 1 1 /" 10 r/ 

to Queensland. 15/10 / 

Return of the Numbers, Nationalities and 

Destmafions of Emigrants during the Past 
Year, 7 ; 6 e 

Matistics of, 29 /^ 10/ 

to THsmania. 5 / 5 « 

Empire Club, Banquet to Sir Hercules Itobinson, 

16 / 6 /— 26 / 7 u 

Monthly Dinnyrs. 4 / (> A 

New Members. 9 ; 9 / 

Employers* i-iabilily Act Amendment Bill, 25 

/ 6 c 
Encalyptus, Value of. 4 w 4 /» 
Endean (J. R.) on Overhead Telegraph Wires, 

23 ; 8 r 
Enfranchisement of Leaseholders, 2S/7 f 

of Women, see Franchisk 

En^nes of Man(;ane.<«e Bn»nict', 4 ./ 4 / 
England and Colombia. 1 2 m r? / 
En^^lish Biological Station. :{l m 4 r 

Carl Hor^e Society, Note on. 2;i / 4 a 

Church in France, 22 / lu f, 

at Hyercs, 11 / 7 e 

- Commissions in Germany. 4 / 10 (i 
Crown Sptdter Company, 1^/11'/ 

Excavati4«ii8 at San. 7 m 4 7 

Funds, sef tarh lUtf'x f>tf,<»r 

• Government Scturilics. State <if Slmnt in. 

see evety da^s pa/jfr 

Investments in iIk* I'nitcd States. Note on, 

Prisons, Lett<.*r t<» Sir E.lni. DuCave on, 

from Government. 4 1 (j /* 

Note on. 8 ; 10 d 

awl Au8trHli:in t'o])pv'r • "onjp.nv . 14 / I! d 

and Scottish Law Lite A>.suiaiice l.'ompany, 

28 / 1 1 A 
i n^ilage, Mr. Beard's Expvriments in, 10 / 6 o 

ill England, li» w 4 c 

' — Experiments. 14/4 /' 

and its Feeling Quality, 8 / 3 A 

Royal Agricultural Society Investigate. I ' 

/ 12 c 
• Mr. Wood's Lecture on, ar.d the Prince of 

>yBl«, It) / H)c— 18 m :>€ 
Episcopal Supervision of Anglicans Abroad, 10 

?8ft 
Equity and Law Life Assurance Society, Annual 

Meetinif. 19 « 11 a 
L»cspe fruni Ni»ttingham Gat)! sii.d lUe.ipturc, 

^4 / </ 



Errington (— ) Movements of, 1 / 5 c 
Eskimos, and Life among them, a Lecture by 

Dr. Kae. 4/2 d 
Estates Agency and Loan Comp.iny of .Mauritius, 

26 7 1 1 a 
Investment and Villa Farm Company, 17 

.» 1 1 '• 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION :~ 
I — Achard, L. F.. 12; 13 / 
Aticherbcrg, Et«geno. Mi / 15 d 

Burr. Harry, 28 m \ii h 

Burrell. T. J., 18m 13 e 

Burton, W. H., 24 m 12 h 

Candy, W. M.. I j 14 « 

Carman, Gamer k Co.. 4 / 14 rf 

(^lark Edwin. 28 /" I8e 

Cowland, Chus., 1 1 w 13 rf 

Darnell. John. 5 f 2 d 

Dean. R. H.. 2!> ; 12 r 

£aj»by, J. F., 1 » 7 / 

Evans. John, b /« 15 /" 

Fuchs. Etlmund, 14 / 14 a 

Glover. R. A.. 3 ; 10 fc— 30 i 14 h 

Goddard, Henry, 8 m 16 f 

Gower, J, P., 1 1 7 2 A 

Great Western iiotel Company, Tor*iuay, 

8 ; 11 e 

Gve, Lionel. 20 ; 12 r 

Hirt. VV. II. A.. 2 J2r 

Hoare. K. (1., 15; 13 /* 

\\{%\z\:. JaniC!*, 2/2 c 

Ho«id. (\ (-.. 12; 13 / 

Isaacs M. B., 24 m V* h 

.j(,nes. P. D., 8 / 2 /• 

and Barber, 31 7 U * 

Kyte, Chas., 10 H3/ 

Lvnes, Arthur. 18 j 13 /— 4 /w 13 rf 

— Marriott am) Hawtny. 31 ; 14 5—19 m 13/ 

Moritz. Enmnuei. I / I4« 

Nash and Lienard. 5 / 10 r 

National Arms aud Ammunition Company, 

1 i\ / t> « 

Neck. J. F., 12 H3 /• 

Norri.H and Carter 4 / 14 r— 16 / 16 rf 

Heed. ('has.. <» /« 14 n 

Kouns. fell. John. I * t» 13 /' 

SommerfeM. Hnjfo. 4 ; 14 c 

Su*e and .nIk» h. 13 / 13 « 

Ward. E.J.. \ I 14 *• 

WatieiH, J. I)., 1/ 14 « 

Weager. J. G. H.,21 / 13 6 

Wi* ber. John. 25 / 14 A— 8y 2 c 

Willianis, Wni. 21 /« 13 /» 

--- Win ieti. J. VV. .-. / 2 d 

Kt!nTidg(.> (^K<ihi. J u.t ihe Scientific Accuracy of 

ilie Bil»le. 11/7' 
Evangelical Alliance Conference at Stockholm, 

22 1 \) r 

Evans v^jowen; on ihc Irirh Meeting in Melbourne, 
3;4h 

-— (Conway) on the Housing of the Poor, 11 
; 12/. 

EvHit Surgeon M;. jjr) on Army Medical Organi- 
zation. 1^/3 d 

E\e (Kichiird^ on Arabi Pasha no Rebel, 19 f 8 /* 

Kvt'nKloy (Viscount) Coui|>lele8 his 90th Birth- 
day. 22 /lOc 

i. 4» 



:.ve 



PALMKK S INHKX tO 



IMK TlilKH K£W8PAPBR. 



Man. 1 t« 



J vi.lt*nce of I*ri«»ont*r8. 21 f f 

1 xulimero. t'uurse of. «e« fvny day's p'tjffr 

l.xecij'iim 4>t (veur^c nnUlwin |{eprieve«l. '21) / 9 / 

of i)'t^i;an and M'Lean. for Munier. Dui^tpnn 

K- lnit'V.Ml. 8 ftt 12 f—\\ m 4 / 

- of llaniiigan and lli^giu». for I'oiMjr.in^« 
11» / l(» c-4 m II r 

of Charles Kite, at Taunton 2<i f Ut t> 

- of Jami.'f Llo>d. for Marler, lirprievcd. 3 
/// «» fl 

of John Lawther. Re?pit<Ml, H ^."i /— 11 rS/ 

^- of Sarah Mallii)i$i>n and William Sharp, 
Ht'prieved, H m H d 

- of <Mmrled Ne^^ham. for Wife Murder, 8 / 

•"• /■ 

• of Charles Norland. Keprieved. 18 /' 1? ^ 

of Spanj^a, Viu \y and Berecs, for Murders, 

at Vifona, 25 /"S / 
oi IVter Wade for Murder, at Kilmainham 

1576 ri— Ml / « n 
Kxccutionar. Committee of Aldermen on the 

Office of. 14 / h */- 17 ;n I I <• 
- — Joseph Berry, Appointed for Glasgow, 24 

Ihe Ans'riaii. ]^ m 3 d 

Kxa mi nation of Hinns to Explain hi* Con- 
duct in Kt'cent Kxiruiioni*, 21 in o / 

Note alMnif, '2 J m 10 f 

K.xctcr. New l)ev^),l^hire Con^ei vaiive Club, 

liuMJBurste*!. S / 10 ^ 
Dtmonstranon of Ajiiici.l'urHliat^ at, 8 

• 1(1^ 
1 xhihiiion of Woodwurk, CarpiMitiTJ»' Hall, 12 »i 

1 1 / 
J"\| I isives Pas-in;j the ('ustom ITou8i». 1 »« 5 « 
K.Mon I liev. Hoht. (hurcli A^Siuiaiion Petition 

M'-ii'i-t hi"* App»»infmeut a-s Sub-Al-noner to 

thi- Qr.een, 11/7/' 

V. 
I art V. ()pitii<m, 14 / 12 r 
K:iLj.*in (Lt»ui>, on Cliristmas Cnrdi. 4 > 10 <j 
Fr.mily Kecoids. Note on l'rt'S4"m lj, \* } 10 6 
Farmers' Alliance. Meeting. i."i ; H» b 

Annual Dinner. 6 / 4 / 

Club. Meeting. 5/86 

Karrer (^ T. 11.; on the late Mr. Milner Gib^oB, 13 

m 4 / 
Fadhiooahle Tnttdligence. 2 ? 'J / — 2 ; II f—A i 9 

f-it I y /— 8 /y /— ;♦ 1 » /-lo f r-w / 9 / 

— 12 ;9 /— 15 ) 7 1/-I5 ; f^ »-i:. ; '.» / — If) y 9 
/__17 , y <._.|H ; 8 a -19 7 1 1 /— 22 ; 8 n—Ti 
■; 9 /-2« 7 9 /-28 / 6 «/-29 / 9 /— 31 ; 9 / — I 
f'^ f-2 t 9 /— 4 / 9 /-5 / 8 a-:x f 10 r-« f 
l()fl_7 / U),,_9 f 9 /_|4 / H /-Ifi / 7 <• — 
16/11 e-lxi / 8 a-l8 /'9 /-19 / lo<r— 20 / 
9 c— 21 / 8 u—ri /•9 ^-2H / 10 / 25 / H A- 
26 / 9 t^H f 8 6—27 / 10 6-29 / 5 r-l i« 7 
r— 3 /rt 9P-8 w lOe— lOni 9 / — l!? w 8 A-14 
„, 9 /— 17 w X /"—IS m 10 6—20 m 10 tf-21 m 
6 r— 22 m 10rf&f-24 m 6 t-26 m 10 a 

Fawcett 'Rt. Hon. Henry) on Agencies for Pro- 
naotin.; thw WuHare of the Hlind. 19 w \f^ d 

Celi:l)i:itiou o. the 9l4t Biithday of the 

Father of. 2,9/^ 

Fresides at the Post Office Servants Con- 

Yersazlone, 27 m 8 c 

Ifeather Bouaut, 20 m 6 6 



Female Orphin Asylum, Festival Dinner, :*»i -n 
5 e 

School of Art, at Princr*s Hall, DUtribut.oa 

of Prizi's. 30 / 9 f—7 fti a 

Suffrage. 11 m ]0 e 

Fenian Outrage on the Railways Threateoetl. » 
,0 /•-7 ; a c 

Botherhood of Brooklyn. Meeting, 12 ? « ^ 

Fever Hospital, Pro|)o8e<l New, 10 i \\ f 

Fen wick ( ritomai*; on the Loss of Lift in C-mI 

Mini s. 29 m 6 <» 
Fergu sson (James) on the White Elephant, 2/ 

7 « 
Fiji. News from, 4 ; 8 a 
FINE ARTS :- 
A^new's Gallery Annual Exhibition *i- 

Water Colour Art at, 28 / 3 a 

Mr. Alais's New Etchings and Prints, 3; 4 ^ 

Art Exhibitions, 14 /3a 

Blenheim Pictures, 20 / 5 c— 23 / 7 e-25 

/"6 r -25 / 9 /—I m 5 6—18 m Sh 

M«llle. Rosa Bonheur's *• Lion at Home," 25 

786 

Centennry Exhibition of the Works af 

Peter de Wint, 1 w lOo 

Con-ierration of Sir Joshua Reynold*! 

Pictures 15 / 8/1 

D irav of the Art of Engraving. 22 i 12 '^- 

2:. ; 9 / ' 

Mr. Dint's '^►llectioB of PrinU. 26 m 7 / 

Price Snle List <»f. 29 m 12 r 

Dudley Gallery Art Society Exhibiiion. U* 

/ 3 fl 

Ktchinij after Fortuny. 23 / '*» e 

after Muiikac«v 2 ; 10 o 

Exhibition of Old Masters at Burl:i.gt»n 

Hou^e. 7 1 7 <i 

of the Work- of Mr. Al.red Hur't. 12 



i 10 6 

French Water Colour Society, 6th Exbi>' - 

tion. 2 / '» 'I — .5 / 5 '» 

Goupil'ji GalU'ries. 5 f 7 r 

(irosvenor Gallery. Sir Jo>hua ReynuM" it. 

2 I 4 f—i i:\ f 4 / « ^ 

Italian KngravinKS and Leonardo Da Virr/i 

MSS. Reproduction of. 22 ; 12 r 

Loan (Collection of Works of Art at Aili'w- 

tou Street. 20 m 10 « 

Mr. Ix)nif's New Picture. 1 1 j :^ e 

Mandel's " Madonna di San SisTo." l''J ' ? <» 

Mr. Meiuloza's Gallery. 20 m 6 *» 

Munkacsy's New Picture. " Christ on 

Calviiry " 24 i 5 a 

'Christ before Pilate, "on View, in Bvr:i;., 



2 / .'» h 



' (N>nde;imed to Death." 31 m 9 /* 



National Gallery and English CoUecliy:*-. I 

wi '^ '► 

— Nt-w Rtchiajfs by Waltner, 8 ; S 6 

Printa and Et'chinjfs. *>J m 10 a 

old Ma«ter« at Burlington House. II • ''*^ 

Owne^^of Pirfurcsand 'he National (t I'l'"/. 

Whv ih'*v are '^ >l.l .Vhro.ui H <« ♦» ' 

Pictur<»s of the Confuient.il Sch«>i*l* • -t 

Annual Kxhibition of, 29 m 12 /> 

Sir Jo<*hua ReTnoIds, C'*> -K-TVAi'iKu I't 

Pictures by, 29 > 2/— 16 / 3 a 



^farcL 81, lb84.] 



PALUEr's INDFX to "the TfMKs" NEWSPAPER. 



Fir 



Fine Arti {nmtinued). 

Sale of the Gallerj of Picturei Count 

Kcstelicii. in Arusterrlnni, '<^ / 3 »/ 
of the Dent Collection of Prints, at 

Soth.'by\s 4 7 12 A 

Society of Lady Artistn. Kxhibition. 12 m 4 </ 

" Srarration Cove," Dr. Julius von Payers 

<iieHt Piorure of. 29 / 5 h 

Supp4)*e<f •* Raphael ' under Inspection at 

ihe Nntion:d OM!lt»ry, 2« / D / 

Sydiiey National Gallery, Addition to, 22 

; «> a 

Tooth's New Gnlleries, imi f 

Mr. Wyllie's Thames Drawinffs. 25 f%c 

Finshury Consorvative Association, Meeting at 

Nlington, 1 ; 10 / 
K.re Insurance, Incidents of, 31 ; 3 «— 5 ./ 3 a 
— Notes on. 4 ; 3 <i--8 j 3 c 

Association. 25 m M r 

Marshal a Necessary Officer, 8 ; vl c 

Fires in Theatres, Letter on the Neglect of the 
Kejnl'^tions. 1(» / 4 '• — 18 / 10 « 

Note on, 14/76 

FIBES: — 

in Afirricultaral Hall, Islington. 7 j \2 e 

- at Auchiuitpie Paper Mill, Leslie, Fife, IS 

at Angusta. Georgia, an Kxtensive Cotton 

Warehouse. 4 ; 5 /' 
' — in lUrn^bury Grove IslinsrtoM 20 m .5 e 

ai Bntterstea. Latchraere Ko.id. 2 f H h 

at Belleville Illinois, a Catholic Convent, 

Destroyed. 7 i H a 

of the IrniUHCulate Conception. 8 ;' 5 c 

at . ermondsey, in West Lane. 20 m »*» a 

in Bera<*r8 .Street, Oxford Street, at Messrs 

Hu»rar«l«. 1 7 ; » / 

in borough Koad, at the Gloho Public House, 

!••/ 7.r 

at BmmUflorf. the wh-^le Village. 28 / tf <? 

m Buxh Lane. Cannon Street. City. 7 / I2c 

iu ^'aUdonian Koad, 22 / J> / 

— in 1 auibcrwfll Koad, at Cole*s (^olTott Shop, 
Hi .// e 

■ — ai t aiiford Manor Hou'»e. 7 / 6 r 

ai ( harkofif. in the Moscow Bazaar, 12 /5 </ 

— 13 / 5 . 

si ( harlottetown, Grwit Lots of Property. 

2l/5e 
in Chesham Street. Belgrave Square, at Sir 

Uniminond Wolff*s, \B}7 d 

in Chicago. 7 j 5 f 

Cleveland, the Park Theatre Destroyed, 7 

; j/ 

in Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square. 14/ 7 o 

~,in Cornhili. at Silver 4 (Jo's Warehoijrtes, 

i'j;7c/-2i nr 

— St Cornwall. Ontario, Commercial Hotel, &c. 
Destroyed. 23 ; 6 e 

— in Dock Street, Upper Eaft Smithfleld, 11 
J 7ft 

— in Dundee, at the Cleplngton Waite Works, 
i-L»ar Firemen Killed. 12 /ll « 

at the Monifieth Jnte Spinning Mill, 5 

;«' 

— in Eait flUnoia, Destroying a Large Eterator, 

limit e 



Fires {innlinxod), 

at Kast Hanningfleld Parish Church, 1 ; 9 /' 

in Fia^tern Wharf Adeli)hi. 14 7 7 o 

th»* (larbaccio W<H>llen laotory, in the Vallo 

Mosso, Deniroyed by. 21 ; 5 U 

in (iolbtirne It »ad North Kensington. 7ifi^ 

at Hajrjferstoti in Whiston Street, 18 / 7 •/ 

at Han«)i at thi» Military Stores in. 10 ; 67" 

at i.ebburu C«)ili-ry, near South Shields, 

15 / 5r 

at Hertford, in Ua-lway Street. 28 ; 7 c 

at Hope Hospiml, Saltoni. iW m9 f 

Incendiary at Mannden. I .;' 9 / 

at Jaek<on, Michigan, the Union Hotel 

Block, 26 / 5 </ 
at Jerseyville. Illinois, Court-honse and 

(iiiol Desinjyed. 9jH0 

at King's Cross, Caledonian Patent Saw 

Mills Company. 11/6 A 

- at Laurvig. Many Houaes Burnt Down, J9 
/ 6 /I -30 ; • d 

in Lawrenee Lane. Cheapside. 8 /« 7 A 

at Leos Brook .Vlill. mar (ddhain, 2t< «i 10/ 

in Lefevre Itoad. Bow. 11 ; 7 6 

in Lille, at M. Franchon-Becue's Tannerv, 

22 » S e 

in Lisbon, at the Infantry Barracks. W j i T 

at Long Katon, Messrs. Austin's Factory, 

10 ; 7 / 

in L- wer Norwood. Gipsy Road, 4 > 10* 

- Lusby's Mu'^ic 11 all Mile End Koad, (Com- 
pletely Destroyed by. 21 ^ 7 a— 22 j li e—2,i 
j ^d 

~- at Manchester, in Great An^oats Stri'et, 
Tw«» Children Burnt to Death. 10 ; rf 

- at Meadvillc, Pennsylvania, the ()i)era 
Hou!«e I)e8tr4>>ed, 10; 5 « 

at Meldrums Printing Office, Opposite the 

Gaiety. 18 / 7 « 

at Memphis. Missouri, 10 w 6 6 

at Mill wall, Fleming & Co.'s Oil Factory, 

2t) . 6 <i 

at Mole«ide Colliery. 2"< in ]0 f 

Montreal Ht the St. Lawrenoe Sugar He* 

finery at, 23 i 5 '/ 

in New Mexico, at the Montezunce Hotel, 

at Las Vegas. 19/7/ 

in New York, in Stanton Street, Mr. Vaa 

Riper and his Children Burnt and his Wife 
Kdled. 29/0/1 

in Noel Street, Soho, 20 m 5 « 

in Nottin ham, at the -Midland Hosiery 

Company's Factory, 17 m 10 it 

- at Ostend. m a Large Grain Warehouse, 12 

- in Panama, a Large Dredge, 1 7 ;' 5 c 

in Paris, at an Ornamental Feather Work- 
shop. Narrow Escape of the Work Girls, 20 m 
bk 

near Pere la (^halse, at (Hte Joly, 2 f 6 e 

in Philadilphia, at Powers and Weightman's 

Chemical Works, \ m7 d~Sm Se 

Rise in Price of Quinine. &c. fn>m 3mSd 

in Portland, at the United States ^Stamping 

Company's Works, 3 m 6 d 

in Koupell Street, Soathwark, at the Crown 

Worki, 8 IN 12 c 

Af 



Fir 



VALMFACs index to '* THB TfMBS " NB«r8PAPCR. 



[JftU. I t(» 



Fires (rontin*n'f{\ \ 

— ill Kotheihithe New Roiid, 7 /8 A 

In Kyder'fl Flour Mills, Monkwearmouth, 

I ' w 6 e 

- - ill St. Lucia, the Coloniiil Ilospitnl l)e- . 
iiinved. Iti f 6y 

--- i:i SeiBJevo. tlie Finance OfRoc*. \ fhc I 

- - ifie SitHlakia Jute Bazaar at Nnraingun jo, 
I)v'r4iy« d by. 4 ; 5 r , 

at Stafford Assise Courts, 2^jTr 

- Ml stoke Xewington, Manor House, Green 

1 ami. 4 ; 10 r 

in 'I hoitipH and Capt. Shaw, 7 j 11 f 

at Tilburv Farm, Botley, New Ox^rd, 2.') 

at Toronto, the Elerators of, Adamson & 

Vo.. n«**tn»yed. 2 / 5 « I 

in rriiiidMd, at the Port of Spain, the Union 

riiih I (Rtro\efI, 16 m 10 r 

- iM I'lica. New York, Ilolbrook Build inga 
I).'*ir.i>»»l. 4 j»# 5 r 

HI Vienna. Han« Mackart's Reception Hall 

he«iro\c-<l. 'M i 5 h 

til*' Hou^e of M. Roaetti, the Journalist, 

t< / .w 
■ - - R! ihe Waterbnry Rope Factory, 16/5 / 

nt Welli.im HbU' Yorl^a UM 1 1 / 

at VVhifochnpel, in ricldgate Sireet, 24 tn 

U t 
in Wilson Sf«»ot. Finnbury. 18 m 12 ^ ' 

Woodbury Down liaptUi Chapel, Stamford I 

Hill. 24 m 1 1 / I 

Kir#»mpn in Thentres, 18 /" 7 r 

liiiua. New, and AlifrHtJunh in Old, 1 > 11 f— 4 

; 11 c I 

Firth rJ. F. \\: at tho Bomuj-h of Chelsea • 

liiberMl A»>M)cinti4jii. T.\ i 7 h I 

on the Ciiv ami iho l)willin;;s of \hv Poor, , 

2 / 7./ ' I 

on Hi;4h Beech Hold. 14 / 7 / 

on London Municip.il Ucforni 2'J ? 4 f 

- on >he Lord Mayor's Dau^bier. 2M / 7 A 
Fii»li Di-'Tiers and Pmuiut*. -s ; :; > 
I oiM>u ng at lUimiHon Wii k. '.» / 1- r 

Phi'.- of. 10 111 r 

Seiziin- of lirtd. '.► 7/1—7 / 10 /' 

Supply of Londoii, 1 7 «< 4 / 

FISHERIES:- 

Cornibh, 14 ; 10 h -[i\ »t G h 

(^anadian, A n \2 d 

Fresh Water, 18 / 9 /" 

North Sea. 18 » 6 <r— 17 w rf ; 

Salmon. 18 / II /— 3 w 11 rf— 10 w 11 b 

Seal, 31 w 7 r ' i 

Tweed Salmon. ?"> / 12 r— 24 «i 6 e 

Fixhing Industry of New England, 23 ; 4 / I 

Fishmongers* Hall, Banquet at, 1 oi 5 c 

Fithian (E. W.) on the Encroachments on the | 

Thames. 7 j 4 e 
Fitzgerald CLt.-Col.) on the Highland Bonnet, 8 

(Penrose') on the Cork Marine Board, 18 /* 

10 rf ! 

Fi zherbert ^Mrs.) House at Brighton. 31 f 9 « I 

Fitzma' rce ( Lord Edmund) at Bradford. 22 jl d I 

Fleming (Ueo.) on the Foot and Mouth Diseaae, 

16 ; « « ' 

■ 48 



Fitzwilliam (Hon. C. W.) at Malton. 29 fbf 
Fletcher (L.) on Poor Children and School At- 
tendance. 20 w 10 r 
Fleus<i Life Saving Apparatus, 29 i 10 e 
Florence Cathedral Committee, 4 ; 5 /" 
Florida Investment and Agency Company, 29 m 

Stati'itirs of, 23 ; G f 

Flovrer ( Major) on the Water Supply of London, 

2 / 6a 
( Professor) on the Aims and Prospects tf 

the Study of Anthropology, 23 ; 7 rf 
(W. H.) on the White Elephant, 21 / 7«- 

2fi f 6 </ 
Foijambe ( F. J. S.^ nt Retford, 23^ 7 d 
Fu<h18. I I eap and Pure. 4 i 12 h 
Forbes (Cleo.) on (ia« v. Electricity, 30 j 4 / 
(H. () ) Ihree Months Explorations in the 

Teninib.»r Island*. So i 7 d 
Ford (Charles, on the Monopoly of the Bar, U 

f 12 a 
Ford bam (K. K.) on Fish Dinners and Paupers, 

H; 3o 

on the Fort'ign Cattle Trade, 14 m 5 /" 

Fore StriH»t WHr«-h«>use Company, 11 ) 11 «— 16 

; 11 €—21 ; 11 c 
Foreign Appoi tuu-nts. 2 i 10 r— 9 / 10 r— 2fi ft 

a—AO /»>/.-» / H» r— 13 / 1 1 ./*— 2H / 10 /-5 

M II <•— 8 m (5 / — 2»> w 4 a— 29 m «* r 

Agricultural Departments. 27 » 10 ^ 

Bondholdeis i:ii«venih Report of. 18/U* 

Meetinj? of. 20 / 1 1 n 

Conmvotcial IntelligiMu^e, s^e tvtrg d'lyi 

Government Swuritics. State of Shares in, 

Nuiices. 3 » / > r- 'J f fi ft 

SKK'k Ex< hii»pe. IK Tfvv dnt/'s fuiptr 

Siijfur Botintii s. 22 / 3 /< 

Trade in I8.'s3. M / IJ « 

American and (ieneral Investments Trust 

Company, 21 m Wo 

Hid ('olnnjal Government Trust Company, 

11/ n r— l« ; II /— iM 1 \\ r 
Vn'.^ier vW. K.) at Bradford, 22 ; 7 d 
on I ho Co tile Trade, 7 iw \0 e 

— un the Kdueatiou Department. 12 w 8 & 

on (be Merchant S)iippin<; Bill, 8 m i3 « 

H( the National Ketorm Union. Manchester, 

2t> / 7 *» 

— on ihe Bedistribiiiion and the Representa- 
tion of ihe l'eo))le Bill. 1 m 12 c 

and tkL' Voliin'eer*, liy 7 c 

Fort Tiiibie. .m m S d 

Furteseiie ^Loid; on Mr. George*s Theories, 29 

;3r, 
Foitnn ! Cfimpany. T m 1 1 rf 
l<or\«aid , Art bur) on the Merchant Shipping 

Hill. 17 /« 12 rt 
Fo8t€*r, Porter & Co., 21 ; 11 A 
Fowler . Henry H. i on Sir Stafford Nortbcoteon 

Con«ervativeand Liberal Finance, 10/ 10 e 
( Lord Mn\ or) Denial of Mr. Firth's Speech. 

24 / 8 r 

on iho t'iiy of Londtm College, 4 f 7/ 

(U. N.J (»ti tbe lity and the Dwellings of 

the Pooi, 2 / 7 / 



Marck 31, 1881.] palmer's index to "the times" newspaper. 



Fia 



Fowler fWm.) on Mr. George and the Land 

Question, 11; 7 h 

on Slavery and the Soudan, 25 J % e 

Vox find Company, 1 ni lie 

J&ANCE:- 

Academy, Election of M. Edmund About, 

25 J 5 r 

• Elections. 2/5 a— 22/6 a— 3 m 6 a 

M. de Lessep? a Candidate, 1/6 a 

Reception of M. Pailleron itito, 18i 5 6 

Acrion on Literary Criticism, 28 m 6 6 

American Imports, 9 j 6 c 

Anarchist Meeting , 1 7 ? 5 a 

— '— Murph>. Trial of, fur Immorality, 6 w 5r 

and Au'lorra, \5 f o c—6 / o / 

and Annam, 7 j 6 a— 20/ 5 6—28 / 6 e— 27 

m 5 h 

Appointments, 1 ; 6 n— 4 / 6 e— 29 mid 

Army Changes, &c., \ij b / 

• Manoeuvres. 22 / 4 /" 

and Austria. 7 j 6 d—5 / 5 b—9 t 5 c— 11 / 

5 6— 19y 6 cf— 20 fb b^2\ J 5 6— 23y 7 6—26 

Jod 

" Berlin Society " in the Neuvelie Hevue, 15 

; 5 a 

Mr. Bert's Educational Scheme, 27 /5 a — 

29/ 5 A— 11 m 5A— 22rw 6 6 

Blanqui's Tomb in Pere la Chaise, 800 

Social Revolutionists Visit. 7 ; 6 a 

Blunders in the Py*, 26/5 h 

Bonapartitits, Conflicts between, 12 /'5 a 

Brazza (M. de) Notice about, \2 m 5 f 

- Brilliant .Sunsets, Renewal of, 14 ;' 5 o 

- British C hamber of Commerce, Annual 
Dinner at the Continental Hotel, Paris, 6 J 5a 
-19/6 6 

Budget, 23 ; 5 c/-25 / 5 «-28 ; 5 rf— 18/6 

0—27/ 5 /»— 8 in 7 r/— 26 mba 

and Cambodia. 20 m 5 d 

Captive Balloon at Nice, Burst daring the 

Gale. 30 ; 5 a 

Case of Beghein, for Murder, 1 7 »w 5 e 

• of ('yvoct, the Anarchist. GJ 5 b 

• of Senor Segarra, 1 4 7/1 5 c 

(»f the M issionary Shaw, 28 m 6 c 

and China, dj 5/— 18; 6 1—237 ^ a— 16 / 

6e-l9 w 10 e 

and Tonquin, 1 / 5/— 2 i 5 s?— 3 / 3 d— 4 

>5e-7 ibd&f^Hj 6 6-9; 6 c— 10; 6 6— 
10 > 5/— 11 jba& /-12j5a— 14 7 5 6—14 
»6a -15>6 a &c— 16/5 u A«— 17; 6 a— 18 
;66&e— 19 j 7 6 & /— 21 j bb&f^22jbd 
—26) 5 rf— 24> 5 e— 25 j 5a& c— 26 / 5 6 & « 
-28 > 6 6 & rf— 29 j 5 a-31 Jbc—iJ 5 d— 2 
/5e-4/6«-5/6«-6 f 5 d- 7 fb/SJb 
/-9/6 6&C/— 11 ; 4 6-11 / 5 c-12/6 a— 
13 /or— 14/ 6 5&/— 16/ir— IS/ea-ig 
J 5 €1-21 J b «— 22 / r. 6 & «— 25 / 5 c— 25 f • 
6-26 / 5 o & d— 27 f bak d-28 f bn &'e— 
21) / » 6— 1 w 7 6—3 «i 6 c— 6 m 5 /— 7 m 5 d 
- ^ml a & d—lO If, 6 n— 11 m 5 of— 12 m 5 a 
&/— 13md/-U m 5 6&/— 16 m 7 c &./- 17 
ntk /— 17 m 6 a~\H m 5 h ic rf — 19 m 6 e— 20 
w 5 rf— 21 m 5 c— 22 in7 d & J— 2d m 7 a&d 
—31 m 5 tf— 31 w 6 a 

- M, Clemenceau's Scheme of Taxation, 2 / 
5b 



France (continued). 

and Cochin China, G m b f 

Commit t«t of 44 at Work, 13/5 a 

Conaa de Chambord, a OM Medallion of. 

Presented to his Widow, 9/56 

Comtesse de (^hambord. Health of. 8 m 7 a 

Comte de Paris Leaves for Spain, 12 > 5 ^ 

Arrests of Persons Favourable to, 12 7 5e 

Dynamite Box Left lor, 12 m 5 6 

Movements of, 22 / 5 6— 23 / 7 e— 3 >/i 6 « 

and the Congo, S m 7 d 

Coup d'Etat, Maupas's New Book on, 12 

; 5 o 

Course of Politics in, 12 m 5 6 

Courts-Martial in. 29 j 9 /* 

Deolaration of 1856. 20 w 5 6 

Decorative Art Lottery, 15 / 5 e—}6j 6 6— 

1 7 ; 5 fi 

Dinner to the OflScera of the Mediterranean 

Squndron, 18 ; 5 a 

Diplomatic News, 30 ; 6 a— 20 J 5 d—27 f 

b d — 1 U //( 5 e 

Divorce Bill in, 20/5 6—26 m 5 a 

Duel with Swords in. \(i f7 d 

Dynamite Outrages in, 10 m 6 y 

- Elections, 25 w 5 c 

and England and Abyssinia, 24 m 5 c 

English Church in, 22 / 10 6 

Estimates. 23 > 5 a —26 ; 6 6 

Finan<;es, 15 / 5 6— 19/ 6 c— 22 fbk 

French Opinion on the Egyptian Vote in 

the Knglii«h House of (^ommons, 12 m 5 / 

Gunibetta Commemorations, 1^6 r. — 7 i bb 

at Tours, 1 w 7 6—7 m 3 h 

Unveiling of the Statue of, at Cahors, 1 

m 7 «— 4 ;n 5 6 

General Staff, 19 m 5 a 

and Germany. 16 ; 5 e— 16 f 7 e 

Gothic Architecture for Churches, i fb a 

Grcvy (M.) New Year's Reception, 2 j b 

a &. d 
Hart CRev. Baron) Leaves Paris, 18 m 5 6 

Hospital Chaplaincie!«, 2 / 5 a 

H urricjine in Paris. 20 ; 6 6 

Imports and Exports. 19 ; 7 6 — 17 m 5/ 

Industrial Cri-^is in, 19 ; 7 6—29 /6 a— 31 

; 5 a- I / o a— 6/6 b—S/b d—d / 5 6—16/ 

7 6—21/5 6 
Museum, Proposal to Establish iu Paris^ 

26 m 6 a 
Irreconcilables in, 8 j 6 A 

and Italy and Tunis 28 > 5 rf 

Italy and the Vatican, 12,/ 6 a 

/vc M-jtin, a New Newspaper Started, 26 

f b h 

Legislative Proceedings, 9 7 6 rf— 11 / 5 6 — 

12/5 e— lo ; 5 n — 21 ) 6—22 ; 6 a — 24 / 6 a 

— 2(1/ 6 6&e-4 /5 />-G / 5 6—11 /'6 A-13 
/» 6-ri / 5 r,_;3/5 6— 15 / 6 a— *18y 6 c— 
19 / 5 /y — -0 / .-> 6—25 fb #—29 / 5 6—1 m 76 
— 3 ;// (» '1—1 m o 6 — 5 m 5 r— 6 m 6 c — 7 m b a 

— 10 /« i) f^ ~ 1 1 m 5 6—12 m 5 6—14 mb c— 17 
ffi 6 e -IS *« r» /*— 19 m b a— 21 m 5 «— 22 m 7 
6—24 m 5 < -27 m 6 6—28 m 5 6—31 m 6 a 

Inau^uial Speeches of th^ Presidents, li 

; 5 6 

Trades Union Bill Adopted, 14 fb f 

4U 



Tra 



pilmkr's imdm to *' t:ie times " newspapkb. 



[Jan. 1 1« 



France {continnerlX 

Lenten Pastoral of the Abp. of Parii, 26 

fba 

Lucifer Match Company and the lliniater 

of Finance. Mi/o b 

and Madfttfasear, 8/5 /*— 2C / 5 e— 2 fb e 

—22 / 6 6 & «— 23 / 7 fc 4 rf— 25 / 5 ^--4 m 6 

c— 7 m 6 /»— 13 w 6 /— 22 m 7 c— 25 m 6 c— 26 

m r— 2S m o A— 29 iw 7 « 
— — Meeting of tlie Parit BevoIutionUtt, 24 m 

6e 
to Obuin a KeTision of the ConatitntioD, 

21/6./ 
Meetinga of the Unemployed in the Salle 

Leris, 14/6 6 
hi, Melire at the School of Agriculture, 8 

f'6fl 

MiliUry Criminal Statittics of, 16/6 e 

— — Madame Minck Gives her ChiMren Namee 

the Mayor vill not Rej^ister, 3 m 6 a 

- Ministerial Changi^s, 15 / 6 r 

MircellHoeous Newi, 3/3 rf— 12 ; 5 «— 4/ 

5 «-6 / 5 6-14 / 6 d-lSf 7 6-22 / 6 6 

— ^ Mutiny of the Jpromisti. 18 / 6 c 

New Books and Pamphlets, 2> 5 a 

Loan, 30 i 5 rf— 31 / » «- I /5 </— 2 fb f 

— 11 / 7fl— 16 /*c— 20/6e 

and Obok. 16 ml J 

, Papal tncyclical to the Prelates in. I2y 6 6 

— l3/6c 

Paris, Munlcipil Laboratory in, 18 / 9J 

Cattle Show in, tee Cattlb 

. Dangers of the Streets of, 6 y 5 «— 11 

;5 h 

Enf^lish Mission Homes in, 28 / 6 4 

. Inflanmiaio y Placards Posted in, 4/6 « 

Receipts of Theatres in. 4 j 3 c 

Trade in, 18/6 e 

■ Two Great Scandals in, \b fbb 

— - the Parhwent unite* with the D,bat$, \ j Sc 

Ph>llnxera. in, Report on. 20 / 6 6 

^^ Population RetumA, 21 / 6 ctf 

the Press It citing to Hatred of England, 4 

Sbb 

Prince Victor Bonaparte, Notice about, 19 

jib 

, Donntion to the Pope, 19 j 1 d 
letter in Reply to M. Cassagnac, 19^7* 

MoTcmentsof, 10 r« tf a— U w lOy— 24 

rn b c 

. Prince Krapotkine, m Prison, 28 / 6 /"— 8 

w 6 a — 8 Ml 7 M 
— — Prince Napoleon, ou his Policy, 12 m 5 r 

■ , Movements of, 18 m 5d 

Sneer on the Orleans Princes as to 

Wealth. 15 m 7 c 
*— Question of Revision ia, 9 / 5 rf 

Rag (Gatherers of. Paris. 22 / 5 a— 23 /6a 

Railway Hoax, 10 ; 6 6 

■ .. - ■- News. H / a 'I — 5 /5a 

Revenue Keiurns. 14 ; 5 A— 13 m h f 

Revolutionary Movements ia. III / 7/ 

Hiver* and ('anal" in. 22 >;i o e. 

Revisionist Mec-ting Arranged, 2/5 a— 25 

/ .S r 

Prini-e Jen>mo'« Speech at, 25 / T' /• 

- — B«)\iluT \'S^..) C'oirckpuudfiu'f, 1 1 / . > h 



France (rnntinu^d), 

^acrilege at St. Denis, Clae to the Robben 

Discovered, 28 /"S A 

and Senegal. 5 > 6 rf--2 fb c— 6 m bf 

and the Soudaa, 9/b d 

and Spain, 2 i 5 a— 7 / 6 ^—10 ; 6 *-12 i 

6f-ll /'5«-14 /^5e— l5/5f-.18 f b e-ii ' 
/5 r— 6 w 5r-22 mid 

State of in 18K3, 1 ; 5 a 

Strike of Frer.ch Colliers. 26 / 6 // 

of Miners la France, 29 fbc—Jl mb c— 

31 m 5 c 

of the Paris Police. 23 / 5 rf— 24 / 6 o 

of Urban Cab Cempany's Men, 5 ; 5 <f— 

8i6o— 19/ \0j—2'2jbd 

Strikes. 4 > 6 e— 6 / 6 i^— 17 j 6 «- 21 / C a 

—22 fb e-25 f6 b—21/b d 

Trial of the Murderer of Dueroa Jand hii 

Sister, 22 ml h 
M. Talandivr, Permission to Pro»€cute,*2o 

;6a 
Theatrical News, 7 / 5 c/ 21 i 6 6— 24; 6 a 

— 29r6a— 6 /5 b 
Toura, Kew Archhi^hop, 10/5 6 

Tressury Bonds, \\ i b f 

Trial, Curious of a Toung Man for Fraud. 

Wibk 
■ of Gnichard. for Murder, 8 m 7 « 

of Abbe Palird and M. Durergier, 16/5 1 

andTunia, b fb b 

and Tu'key. I m 1 a— 29 mid 

and the Vatican, 31 j 5 r— 28 y 6 6—6 wo* 

Vengeur Legend. 20 m b b 

Vintage of the Past Year, 11 / 5 6 

Vital Statistics for 1882, 4 / 3 a 

Water-Colour Exhibition, ttee Fine Abts 

— — and West Africa, 9 / 6 c 

W«rkmen*8 Dwellings la Paris, 2 / 6 n 

Meeting at Marseilles on the Labour 

Crisis, 26/5 A 

Youtha of the Lycee Assault a Constable 

28 /6c 
Franchise Bill, tee Parlxamevt 

Meetings about, HI m Itf c/— 25 mb d 

Notes on, 12 m 10 </— 14 m 9 y—lo w 13 / 

-21 m 12«i-29« 12 c 

and Re- Distribution, \ i A f 

Text of Mr. Gladstone's Bill, 6 w 12 a 

Franco- English Tunisian Esparto Fibre Supply 

Conipan)-, Note about, 26 / 11/" 
Fran kfert. -on- the- Maine, the Uy namiter who 

Attempted to Blow up the Post OfiSce at 

Arrest e<l, 16 /6 « 
Frankland (E.) Pellution of Spring and We 

Water, 16 / 5 o 
Freeman (Ed w. A."^ on the Bisihopric of Someraet 

16 J 8 6 
Freemantle fW. H.)on the Scientific Accuracy 

of the Bible, 23 / 10 c 
Freemasons, Consecration of St. Botolph*6 Lodge 

5/4« 
the Lord Mayor Installed Worshipfu 

Master of the (vrand Master's Lorlge, 22 t 7 

Masonic Hsnqiiet at Plymouth, I / 6 J 

Beiu'voleiu-e in 1«83, \ j 1 d 

New L»Mlgf. Hi Tilbury Docks, 15 ; 10 6— 

1^; 7./ 



March Si, 1884.] palmer's ini>bx to thb " tihks " nkwspapbr. 



Ckr 



Freemasons— Quarterly Communication of the 
Graad Lodge held in Qreat Queen Stieet, 6 m 
6a 

Rojal Masonic Benevolent Institution, 

Festival, 2;fi/^ 

for Bojs, Duke of Albany to Proside at 

the Next Festival. 27 m 6 e 

- Surrey Lodge Meeting at Reigate, 22 it/* 
French Hospital and Dispensary, Annual Dinner, 

25 ; 7 «— 4 / 6 c 

French Ambassador Visits, 28 ; 12 a 

and Belgian Trade, 26 m 5 b 

Shipping Bounties, 17 m lU 6 

Frere (Sir Bartle) and the Cape Colonists, 26 

;ii f 

lUness of, 4 / 9 /— 5 fhj—^f 10 «— 7 f 10 

a— 8 / 9 f—^f^ /— 11 / 8 a—12 / 6 e— 13 / 7 
«-14y 8 fl— 15 / b c— 16 f 7 «— 18 / 8 a— 20y 
y </— 21 fS a— 22 / 9 /— 23 / 10 f—'Io /8 c— 
26/^lOs— 28/9/— 29 / 5 /"— 1 m 7/— 3 w 9 / 
—4 m 10/— 5 m 12 6—6 m 10 a— 7 m 8/— 8 m 
10 c— 12 m 8 6—14 m 9/-20 m 12 6 

Freiren (Moreton) on the* Cattle Disease. 19^6/ 
Friend of the Clergy Corporation, Anniversary 

Festival, 14/10 €—22./ 8 « 
Friends Institute, Mr. John Bright at, 22 m 10 d 
Friendly Societies, Blue Book on, 2 j 7 6 

and the Licome Tax, 10 7 7 6 

Notes on Defaulting. 7 / 3 /— 7 /12 a 

Froebel Society, AnnuHl Keport, 19 / 9 / 

Miss Wills Admitted an Associate, 19i 9 / 

Fryer fC. Ej on the White Elephant, 26 > 10 i 
Fugitive Criminals, Order in Council about, 15 

jSd 
Finds. Eaglish and Foreign, see every day^a -paper 
F'uaeral of a Suicide at Carrickbeg, Kiot in the 

Churchyard, 23 ; 6 c 

- Extraordinary, of Mr. Stubbs, the Biggist 
Man in Salop, 1 1 ; 1 2 c 

and Mourning Reform Association, 14 ; 9/ 

Reform, Patrons of, 4/66 



Gade (Censol) on White Most as a Material for 

Paper, 1 1 ; 4y 
Gale in London, Accidents from, 24 j 10 c — 25 

— - ill the Provinces, Accidents from, 28 y 6 6 — 

29;6e 

in Scotland, 80 / 4 « 

Note on, 30> 1 1 / 

Gsles, 7 m 10 / 

Galton;I)oughu)on Parkes Museum of Hygiene, 

4/106 

— (Prjincif) on Family Records, 9 ;' 10 6 
Game ef Incendiarism, Note on. 4 7 3a 
Game. Pres««nts of, to Hospitals. 21 ; 9 /* 
Gardyne (Bruce) on the Philadelphia and Read- 

irg liailway, 31 9 II 6 
Gas V, Electricity, 16/5 a 
Qas Companies— Barnet District and Water, 14 

/n e—^:^ t W e 

— Brer.i.oni. .' ' 1 1 f — 18 / 1 1 </ 
- — BriPfol United. \2 m \\ d 

— CoomierciHi. 34 m 11 « 

— Crysul Palace District, 6 m 11 c— 11 m 11 
c-24« lie 



Gas— European, 16 HI d 

Gas Light and Coke, 19 j 13 «— 1 / 11 rf^ 

1 1 /• 1 1 c 

Lincoln, 18/11 d 

Newcastle and Gateshead, 1 1 /" 1 1 e— 22 f 

II ft 

Ottoman. 19 m II d 

Para, I / 11 e 

Presfon, 6 / 1 1 d 

South Metropolitan. 13 /"ll /'-21 t \\ e 

Refused AmHlgamntion with the Qaa 

Light and ("oke Company, 15 j 9 e 

^heffield United, 2\ m \\ d 

State of Shares in Companies, §et every 

day*s paper 

Walker and WalUend, 20 / 1 1 r 

Geikie (Dr. Archibald) Lectures on the Origin 
of British Scenery. 30 ; 12 c— 7y 3 cj— 23 /6a 
— 28 / 3 a -« m 4 / 

General Assessment Sessions, 18 / II / 

Credit and Disci^unt Company, 9 f 11 a — 

10; 11 6- 18; 11 / 

Fibre Company, Prospectus. 3( ;' II 6 

Mining Company. 8 m 13 <• 

Steam Navigation Company, 8/11 «— 21 / 

11 r— 27 / 11 r 

Geographical Society, at Antwerp, Give a Re- 
ception to Dr. Chavannes. 21 / 5 / 
Geography. Note on 15 / 10 d 

Teaching of, Note on, ::6 / 8 < 

Geological Survey of the United Kiugdom, 15 

/4s 
George (Henry) on the Land for the People, 24 
;5/ 

and the Church Catechism, 24 > 6 « 

on the Land Reform Union. 6/76 

on Plain English. Note about, 23 ; 8 6 

Reception at Euiton Station, 7 / 10 6 

Notes on. 11 ;7 6 — 19; 10 c/ -29 7 3 a 

German Colonization, 3 ; 3 s 

Cholera Commission, 16/" 5 rf— 18 / 6 6 — 

20 / 5 6 

Embassy, 3 ; 7 «- 15 i 8 n — 19 / 1 1 /— 4 tn 

10 e— 5 M 6/— 6 m 10 0—8 m 10 e 

Hospital Duke of Albany to Preside, 29 

;8a 

Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting. } f2e 

Pos' Office. Statistical Report, 21 ; 9/ 

Princesses and Russian Grand Dukes, 11 

Socialist Question, 21 m 5 6 

a£BMAN7:— 

and ANace Lorraine. \A i 5 e 

Amphlill (Lady J Gala Dinner in Berlin, 11 

J 5 r 

Anniversary of the Coronation of the Firai 

King of Prussia, 21 ; 5 6 

Anti-SociaIi4t Bill. 22 m 7 c— 26 m 6 a 4b e 

Appointments. 17 » 6 6 

— Berlin. New Yoar's Day at. 2 ; 6 a 

' ■■ Army and Navy Co-Operative Stores 

Estnhliohi'd in. 22 ; 5 a 

ih- KmptTor Attends the Ceremonious 

(>pi-iiin4 of the Church in. to Commemorate 
his Recovery from Nobiling'a Attempt on hia 
Life, 4 • 6 c 

b ire Brigade, Capt. Shaw Inspects. 2jik 

al 



ucr 



PALMKK 5 IMDKX TO " TIIK TI''FS NEWSPAPER. 



Germany {continued). 

- Hill for Insurinjj Men ni^ainst Accident and 
Death, Hou^h Draft of Prince BisinHrck'ti. 8 

J 5 h — 10; 5 c — II j 5 c — 25 ; 5 a — 15 m 7 d — 
17 »M 5 /" 

Kconoraic rouncil on, 24 / 6 6—25 i 5 c 

Birthday of Dr. Windthorut, 18 / 5 r 

Bismarck (Prince) and Marshal Manteuflfel, 

XAjbh 
his Bills in the Chamberi, 21 > 4 a 

Health of, 20 /5c 

on the Lasker Incident, 14 »i 6 d 

Movements of, I / 5 d—\'6 mot 

and his Polish Policy, 3 m 6 b 

Buluw (Hans von) and Herr von Hulsen, 8 

ml t, 

Chapter of the Black Engle Conferred on 

Prince Fred. Leopold, 19 ; 7 r 

Cholera Commission in. 22 / 6 «— 10 m i e 

("ontinental Policy of, 3 m Q a 

- and the Corea, 18 ; 6 e 

Court News, I / 6 6— 5 / 5 t~6 fbh—l f 

6 <^— 15 / bd—20 to r-25 fb ^—18 w 5 6 
the Kmperor'a 88th Birthday, 24 m 5 tf — 

26 m 5 a —26 w 1 a 
Health of the Emperor, 25 ; 5 c~25 ; 9 /* 

— 29 ; 5 f — 31 ; 5 a 
Prince Frederick Charles Returns to 

Berlin, b mh d 

Heported Royal Divorce, 10/5 c 

Royal Wedding, 5 y 5 c— 28 / u c— 18 m 

bb 

- and China. 1 mb d 

- Currency Returns, \ fb b 

Dead Bcdies of a Man and a Woman of the 

Upper C lapses Found on a Common near 
Berlin. 31 ; 5 a 

Diplomatic News, 12 ; 5 d—\h j 5 6—20 ; 6 

c — 6 in h f 

Duellmgin, 2 t b b 

— ^ Emigrant Returns, 22 ; 6 « 

English Sportsmen in. bm b d 

Epistles of the Journalistie Juasker, 14/5 c 

Fa Ik Law Amendment Act, 2 ? 6 * 

Female Servants who havo Lived in One 

Family for 40 Years the Empress Confers a 
Golden Cross, &c., on, 19 ; 7 c 

- French Salute to a German Squadron 
Omitted -a Fabrication. 9/54 

^— Grand General Staff *s History of the 

Franco-German War. 12 </t 5 c 
Imperial Manoeuvres. 6 /'5 6 

Heidelberg Scholars, the Baden Chambers 

Vote a Sum to Preserve. 30 7 5 b 

Heine Memoirs, 9 / 5 c 

Income Tax Reform, 17/6 b — \% j 5 c 

"Insulsir Supremacy," 3 /a 6 a 

and Italy, I ; 5 c 

Jew Baiting in, 10 5 / 

Legislative Proceedings, 10 ; 5 r — 16 / 5 6 

— 2 1 ; 5 6 -30 / 5 a— 4 t b b—l f \i d—b mbd 

— 6 in 5 d — 7 mb b—lbm7 d—ld m 5 b — 25 

m 5 5—27 »« 6 6 & <y— 29 //» 7 d 

Speech from the Throne, d m b b 

Military News, \S fb e 

• Miscellanetius News, I / 5 c — 8j 5 b — 12 j 5 

<3^— 13 / 3 c— 21 / o 
52 



I Germany (mntinued). 

I Munster B p. of) Further Annesty Gran leJ 

to, 17 ; 5 b — 24 ; 5 b 

I Murder, .\ttempted. at a Money Changen. 

( at M'inich. 6 fnb&e 
j Naval News. I m I e 

New Year's lieception^. I ; 5 c — 9 i b h 

I Oxford University Address to the Empei\ir 

I on the Luther Anniversary. 23 / 5 o 

Parliament iiouse. Laying the Foundatioa 

j Stone of the New Imperial. 1 fb b 

People's Banks in. 15 / 4 /" 

Prisoners (Charged with Setting Fire to the 

I Synajfogue at Nev Stettin, Sentence Quashed 

and New Trial Ordered, b j bd 

Progressists and Secessionists in Uniting 

Celebrate at bv a Banquet. 18 wi 5 A 

Queen's Book Translated into Garmats 25 

/5 d 

Railway Budget, 22 j b a 

Roval Weddings, 24 / 5 k 

and Kussia, 16/5 6-18/6 «— 27 fb 6-23 

f'o ,t ,v /_l m 7 r — 11 m b c— 12 m 9 e— 20 m 
5 f — 2) m 5 b 

Salvationists in. 4 ; 5 c 

Scli>sw:g-HoUtcin Claim Compensation 

for Horses taken during the War of 1864, 24 

jbb 
and Siam, '2d j b c— 4 fbc -9 fb c— '3 « 

o e 

and Spain, 10 / 5 /"— 21 / 5 c— 23 job 

Suicides and Attempted Suicides in Berlin, 

14/5 d 

Theatrical News. 30 j b h 

Thomson (bir W.) of Glasijow Created t 

Knight of the *• Order of Merit." 25 > c 

the Thre ^ Emperors, 15 m 7 d 

Treitschke (^Professor von) Awarded the 

Prize for the best Historical Work. 25 ^ 5 r 

Character of Abraham. 25 / ,*> c 

Trial of an Actor, the Printer and Journahst, 

for LibeL 24 / 5 5 
of Four Jews for Arson, Found Not 

Guilty. R ml d 

and Tunis, 18/5 c— 2r / 5 « 

and Turkey, 5/5 «/— 30 / 5 d 

and the United States, 16/7 5—21 fbe — 

22 f5b& «-23 fl fl— 25 fb rf -4 m 5 6-11 

m 5 6—22 m 1 c/~27 m 5 d—2S m b d 
and the Vatican, 3 / 3 «/— 8 / 5 6—10 / 5 f 

— 1« / o 6—19 / 7 r,—26j 5 d 

- and Western Africa, 29 m 1 d 

Gibbon (Dr. Septimus) on the Dwellings of the 

London Poor, 8^ ^i) d 
Gibbs and Flew, 31 m 1 1 <; 
Gibson ^Rt. Hon. E.)at Wolverhampton, 19 j l^ * 

in Dublin, 25 > 6 <?— 28 j 7 t 

at Luton, 13 /n 9 « 

Giers \^M.) Movements of, 9 j 6 6—11 i 5 c— U / 

5e-16/5r— 1776(/&«— 18 ; 6 fll- 19 / 7 c 

—21/5 ^— 22 / 5 6—23 / 5 6 
Gififard (Sir H.) at Leamington, 6 m 10 * 
Gigintic Flower— the Godwinia Gigas in Bloom 

at Chelsea, I /6 c 
Girls' Friendly Society, Art ExhibitiOii in Aid of, 

5 m b f 

Public Day School Company, 12 /* 11 c 



March 31, 188 1. J 



PALMERS INDEX TO *'THK TIMES NEWal'APEK. 



Gre 



<Ji)bey (W.)on the English Cart Horse Society, 

2ifAa 
Girion College. Cambridge, Gmnt of the Drapers' 

Company to, 15 w 13 r 
Gladstone ^ Herbert) at Leeds, 26 ; 6 /'— 29 / 7 h 
(Mrs.) CoQvalcscviU Home, Two Perform- 

ancea or «* Bees *' in Aid of, 19 w 5 / 

Keceptions. 5./ ft/ 

Gladstone (Ki. Hon, \V. E,) Acknowledgement 

of a Steel Axe Treseiited to, by a Birmingham 

Workman, 13/7 e 
Buat of. Unveiled in tlie National Liberal 

Club, lOjHb 

Deputations to, 1 / 10 a 

and the Edinburgh Liberal Association, 3 

tn 9« 
and the Enterprise Working Men's Club, 

2'i/UJe I 

on lM)reign Bounties, ]S f 7 a i 

on the Franchise, 1 ") m 1 1 /--27 « 6 c i 

at Hawarden on the Agricultural Holdings 

Bill, 10 ; 7 fr I 

Health of, 1 1 m 10 e— 12 w 10 a— 13 /« 9 / 

— U m 9 /- 1 7 w l(» />— 18 w 5 «— 20 m 5 e— 
21 m 10 fc — 22 m li /-24 m 9e— 25 m lU f— 20 
3H 10 6 -27 fu 5 e— 28 i« 10 c— 29 m 10 /— 31 wv 

Mr. Ho]m»*8 Character of. 2 ; 6 € 

and the Hope and Hawarden Highway ' 

Board, 14/10/ 

• Ml*. Jones on his Life and Career, 2 ; 6 e 

Letter to Prolessor Giniijini on Ue<'eiving ■ 

his ''Dante," 21 7 5 d | 
the Letter Fraiiieil and lMrtce«l in Djinte's 

Iluu!^, 2 1 7 5 e I 

■ on Local Government an<l Local Taxation, . 

Movements of. 7 > 9 /— 2.« / 9 / 

on Obstruction. I «/ !2 a 

Presents a Bust of linn elf to tlie Town tit 

Kirkwall 21 / H) a 

' Prest'ntalion ot a \V«lkinu' Si irk to. fnmj ' 

the Cape. 1 Mi / 
and the Slave TnuU*. 2 / lo /' -,*> / 7 ' - 13 

• — Speeches, PrupiiMJ to l'ul>li>li n.i I.tiiiion of, 

24 ;> A 

on Sunday Cl()-inu^. '.» i '.'^ •/ \ 

Tablet Pla;cMlai tl.t' i:M;raMc.- ..f ih New I 

Marine Drivv 'U PeiihiiiiiMiiHu r Mn. 111. I ;/ I2/j i 
Glasgow LiUeral Afsovijum i. Air. IJiojiflhurst at. ' 

l»/12* 
the Meraberij of AiMres!^ th« ir Constituents, 

ll;9/ I 

• — the Post OlBce Thrtatmt il to l*e Blown up, i 

isj 6a 

Stock Exchange, Three Members Declare.l 

Defaulters. 1 7 7 11 u 

Glo-igop vF. H.N.) on the Ke])ort of the Reform- 
atories and Iiidustrial ScImjoIs l.'onunission. 14 

GloTer (John) on the Merchant Shippinjf Bill 

Godwin (Geo ) Mr. HoUoway and his Fuundii- ! 

ti<m. 3 / 5 ti I 

^<'ld Wire I)r.iwers Company, B;nniuet to the 1 

lufd M:iyui ui.il .Sherilf.s. I'o^ G i> 1 



Gold and Silver Plate, Taxation of. 5 7 9 f 

Duties. 2 ; 10 6 

Goldsniid Sir F.) Mi.ssion to the Con«o. a / H a 
on the International African Association, 

8 ; o a 

Kecent V!^it to the Congo, ]2 fd d 

(F. J.) on the Congo Treaty. 19 w 10 « 

Goldsmiths* Art Exhibition, Fonually Opened 

at Pcsth. 18 / 6 a 
Goldsiuiiirs Chambers in the Temple, Sale of, S 

;n/ 

Good Templars, Notice about. 6 m 6 « 
(iooilfjid i^i'rovost of Eton) Health of, 9/ 7 /* 
Goold (^Sir H. V.) New Learned Society—-' So- 
ciety of Science, Letters and Art of Lon Ion." 
ti m 4 / 
Goole Steam Shipping. 3 w 1 1 fr 
Gordon & Co.. 1 ; J I </ 
Gordon (Gen.) in London. 8 ; 9 /* 

Advice to Sir S. Baker if allowed to go to 

the Soudan. 14 ; M) a 

Leaves for the Cong(», 11 / § /"— Ifi 7 5 d — 

177 9 e— 18; G c/— 19 / 10 «— 22 ; 8t 

Bp. of Lincoln's Letter on the Slavery 

Question. 4 //* 3 u 

Notes en his Proceedings, 26 7 7 a — 8 m 6 a 

Plans on the (^ongo. 17 ; 10 a 

to Retain his Commission in the UovmI 

A rmy, 1 <> / 9 ^ 

and the Slave Trade, Notes on, 20 / 1 1 r/ - 

22 / 9 / 

Stjifenient on the Soudan. 10 ; 4 (/ 

'I JMiiks for Messrs. l ook's Attention to, 21 

./ !• / 

^<^ also Egypt 

Goid(»n (^Robert) on the White Elephant. 24 / 7 rf 

(W. B.) on Slrtverv in Dnr Colonies, 1 f Via 

Go*rhen (— j at Kipmi.'26 / 12 u-31 j 6 e— 2 / 

10 a 

Goupil's Galleries, 5 / 7 r 

Governments Stock Investment Company, 11 / 

11 </— HJ /lid 

(iraimm ( W. \V. ) on hi^ A'C(Miding Mount Kubru 
and Thiei* olhor Monn ain^, S / 7 'i 

(iirtnt {,]. A.) on tli.' Ni.e troni IvUnrtoum to 
Berber. I2 / 4 « 

i^Cjinif) on D-.vellinnH for tlie Poor and iln> 

C'ily i>f Lotid4»n J'.> / i< u 

(^Gen.) lU-altli «)!'. 1 ; (> <?— 8 ;' 5 f' 

( Uev. Kobt.;onlhe Bishopric of Bristol. 18 

/ f^ • 

Gniv I tlje poet) Mt norial Bust tjf, to be Placed 

in Ills ('olli*::e at 'nniuriilsje, 15 /5c 
(iinys Inn New J'r.Mynrer. \ f'Hf 

- -' Y:ir.l Ka^i^i-d .-eh .ol. Annual Bn^akfast tt> 
I he I'oiT, 7 / I'J " 

(ira/.iuli .Duke ot) illiu'S"* of. 31 / /> *» 
(iieat (irini>ii»y TousiTxative Club tind Lord 
Salisbury. J."^ / 9 7 

Wesurn Parm Diiries Company, 21 » l\ b 

Greece. Co .ventiuu with I'^gypt, 20 in 6 /• 

— Le^isUtiv*? Proet'edint;», 3^3 «f— 24 m a 

— 2."> m ."» h — '2t> m J b 

New Loan. '> ; 5 « 

— - Trade and Commerce of Patras, 25 m 10 rf 
Gre(;ory (Uobi.) on the School Board, 24 m l> <i 

— 2G Ih 10 a 

u. &:& 



VAl.MCn O II^UfiiA lU 



iiir, ii^cto 



."^r/ »▼ aI^Arc<a 



Cire^'ory (Sir Win.) Leaves for Ct\\l)n 4 > ft ^ 
Ciftek Marriages in En^lAiid, Uill to Ix^galize. IS 
./7/ 

Plays in Welsh. 6 /* 10 e 

Greely Aiciic Kxplorers. 10 > 1 1 d — 18 / ^ A — r.» 
/ 7 /_2.> ; 5 / -2 / 5 /■— 5 / H) // -•; / I J /• 

Kngliind's i^oiitributioii Towanls. 2«> / .'r./ — 

23 / 7 f— 6 //I 3 « 

- Helief Kx^wdition, 21 / 5 </-2o '/i * • - 25 m 
5 f— 26 *»! 10 1^-27 iH V» / 

Green (Hev. A. L.) his Library of Hebrew and 
(lernmn Books Presented by his VVid«)w to the 
Jevvj*' College, 5 / II »• 

V Henry) on the Merchant Shipping Bdl, 8 

m 13 « — 13 m 6 d 

Greenwich, Charter of In<orporation f«>r. 20 m \ J 

-^ Hospital. New (fovfrnor, 2y m <i < 

and Chelsea Hoi$pituls, Annual Accounts, 

2t> / H) d 

Greenwood (G. G.) Traffic in Child Suffering. 29 

Greppi (Count) Movements of, 18 / 5 d—M) jit 

Gresham Leciuren. I.'> m 12 r 

Greswell (Wni.y on the Kducatioa of the South 

African Tribfu. 24 ) « </ 
Grey (Albert) on the Franchise, at Hexham, 7 

/ 7 c 
(iriin 1 (J.) L giOa-ivc Nullify 1 w r; f 
GritH lu (G. S. » »»ii ihe Cmlcti Siatifs ^Suiiihem) 

l*ris()iis. .'iO ; (I e 
Grij;>ln & Co.. on "Newman X (^..," 21 / 12 a 
(Grocers' Licenses 3 ; 5 r — 23 / 4 u~\\ m 4 / 
fiiosvenor ^Earl. Seiious llliies> of, 21 / 7 /- 22 
; •*> / 

• and the Duko of Westniinsier, 2vS ? 9/ 

Gallery. Sir Jo-liua UeyihiM's at, 2 / 4 /' 

Guanchcs, iTanary lijlnids. 4 y 7 / 
fiuanlianp of Infuni;* New liill ,il)t>iif, 2fi / 10 e 
Guesi ^MoiiiHgue) on li Poliucal i n.-.i-* in Nor- 
way. I(> / 4 »• 
Guild for Teachers of Great Br. tain and Ireland, 

25 / 7 1/ 
Gidchei Klectric Light Company. 2^ / 11 c-— 28 

/ II r-- I U Ml 1 1 «/ 
Gulhford (W. H.) on Covent (iarden and its 

Neighbourhood. 4 ; 8 « 
Guns and Gun|>owder. a Lecture 3 m 4 a 
Guy's Hospital — Paying Patients First Intro- 
duced ill, 22 ; 8 a 
Gye (H. F.) on the Accident at Covent Garden 
Theatre, 1 m 12 6 

H. 
Hackney, Increase of the Register of Voters for, 

\jli* 
Hainan. Account of, 14 / 5 r 
liake (A. Egmont) Confirmation of On. Gordon's 

Charges Hgainst 2^behr Pasha, 24 i.i 12 a 
Hnlifax Fi.».hery Award, 7 ; 6 rf 
hall (Geo.) li< lease of. at Birmirgham. after 20 
Years Penal Servitude, for Wife Murder, 5 m 
h /— « m 10 6 
— (Newman^ on Gen. Gordon and Slavery, 22 

/»/ 

(W.) on Boers Atrocities. 5 / 7 / 

Halle ((has.) Sudden Illness of, 30 ; i» /-31 ; 9 /* 
Halliwell-Phillips (Dr.) and the Shakes^^eare Re- 
cords, ^j '6 a 
54 



Hamilton ( Andrt w 'I on the East End Emigration 

Futid. 2 ' 1» / 

(H.)on Our Regiment*' his Play. 23 / 7 ' 

liainpsiead Heath. E dargement of. 2/6 n— * r 

?< a 
Hampton Court Palace. 11 /9 /" 
llan<lel. 20uth Anniversary of the Birth of, 23 / 

12/ 
Hangman Fined, 4 ; 10 / 
Hanoi. .Vla-'-'acre of Christians at. 19 / •"> / 
Harbour Accomniodation, 2i» / luy— 21 m lOy— 

2(1 in 7 d 

Oefences. IH / 4 // 

Hardca<tle Mary Scarlett) on the Deceased 

Wife's Sister Bill. 19 M« 
ilHre(,Aug. J. C.) Vandalism in London, 25 w 

Harris 'G.) on the Board of Trade and Merthaut 

Shipping, 25 ; 6 / 
(J. C.) on the Health of Nice. « ; 3 u 

- (J. O.) on the Health of Royal Windsor. 14 
to9 / 

Harrison (Frederick) Address to the PositiTi»t 
Society. 2 ; 7 ^ 

and the Peace Society, 23 ; 10 « 

- and the Representation of Leice:*ter, 19 « 
12 <i 

Harrow Seh<M»l. Examination. 15 m 12/ 
llarrowgste. I nc«»r| •oration of, 9 / 9 / 
Hart (Alee, «»n >t*lf help in Ireland, 22 i 12 >' 
llartinMtoii(Lord on Dis-Eslablishment, 14 /H/" 

I'ohtics of. Note on, i t 1 f 

Hawarden Cattle K.^taie. Annual Dinner t > the 

Tenantry, i" / 7 • 
Ifawkshaw (.John) on tin* Suez Canal, 10 / ^ n 
Hay (J. M.)onTwo-Eved Rifle Shooting, 21 ;«ji 

(W.) on the (iale, M) ; 1 1 / 

Hayling Mand, N»>te> on. 8 ; 4 «-?"» / '«^ f 
HaVnes (J.) on the Attempted Watch Roblxry 

ill Pall Mall 8 / 12 a 
Havler(C. J.) on the Alexaii.Ira Paik. 23/4 f 
Hayti, News about, I ; ^J — ^ I o /— 12 / -i /-!!* 

3 b /— 28 ; :> / 

Massacres in. 12 / 8 </ 

Rebellion in, 16 j 9 /—I / 3 c 

Reply Post Cards Current in. 30 ; 1 1 i 

Health, Begisirar-Generars Weekly Returns .f. 

2 / 10 /-h»/ 3^—17 ; 4 /— 23 / 7 /- •' . < -^ 
_8 , 4./— 15 / 4 .—23 f 4 #'—28 / 12 a-', '» 

4 c- 12 *w 6 /— 2t> m 10 n — 20 m lt« e 
- of Nice. 8 J 3 « 

of Windsor. 14 m 9 / 

Public Health Act of 1875, and ( loy.ion. i' 

llejuli ^,1. P.) on the Cattle Disease, lo / 7 -ii» 

/ / 
Heaton \,A. I'enniker) on the Money Lent to 

Au>trMlia. 3 /// 1 1 a 
Hellenic S»»cieiy, General Meetii^g, !.*» m 12 * 
Hemage (h^lw.; on the cattle Disease. 5 / 1»^ 

-9 f 10 / 
Henley ^Rt. Hon. J. W.) Enterj^ his 92nd \'nr, 

3 w/itie 

Herbert ( .\uherun' Heign of lictitjus. 29 / _ ' 
on th«» State Land Grabbers. r» / 3 



I Herring ( Rev. Sfyleman;on Educated cinijjria.*, 



•^J'^J 



^/.irch 31, 188 1. J palmer's index to "the times" newspaper. 



Hun 



Hentich. Bros. & To,. New Association, 4 / 1 1 a 
Hcrs.'h-ll (Sir Fj at AylMbury, ly 6 « 

«t Dm bam. 12 ; 6 c 

--at Hackney. 2G/10e 

^ferzejiovina. I)eaer.iioii9 and Murders 1 / 5 /" 

HevwoKl (T. P.) on the Miles Plaiting Case. 15 

m 5/ 
Klck^-Heach (Sir Michael) nt tlit Annual Dinner 

at ih^ Cirencester ('ousiituiional Ciub, 80 / 9/ 

at a ConKervative Meeting at Cheltenhani, 

1 /6« 

Hidden Treamre. Discovered io an Old Cottage, 

near Buiion, 18; II e 
High Beech. Pmposed Hotel 9ii,2 j 3 e-4 j S a 

—5,4 r— J47 7 / 
Hiijh Water at London Bridge, tee ev^ry duyg 

poper, aJXer Ship Nswa 

— Tides, Kxpected. 25 m 10 r— 81 m If 
HiK'i«m Ferrers, Incorporation Proposed. 12 m 

Highland Bonnet. Note on, 8 /*3 6 

- — (^rof ten, 1 6 > <• r 

~ Society of London. Banquet, 22 mid 

Soldiers* Feather Beunet, Deputation about, 

27 w 8 f 

Hipcon and 8on, on the Congo Treaty, 29 m 4 /" 
HiMyard (Capt. H. T.) Dirt Nuisance again, 9 

; 1 e 
Hill Octavia) on the Homes of the London 

Poor. 12 / 10 /i 
- — on Poor Children and School Attendance, 

13 /« 9 / 
Hill^ (Bp. of British Columbia) Resignation of, 

2i» ml d 
Hisrurical MS-., Report of Royai Commission 

»»n 7 / 5 /* 
Hi.»>hou.«e (Arthur) on OvethtHd Telegrai.h 

NMris. 19 15 »/ 
Ho^janh Club, ('oniplimentary Diimer to its New 

Mvnilifr. tt^ J \ e 
Huuj: ^. I Mb«'z/ Scientific Accuracy of the Bible, 

- — on .he V ater Supply of London 2 ; 12 rf— 

2i*, l^-\i f 8// 
Ilol'on. ( It. M.) on the Traflio in the Streets of 

Ixjiidoii. 5 / 1 1 6 
Hwll (Framirt) Illness of, 14 t 10 « 
Hullmid — Cable Commuuicaiion with England, 

28 ) 5 </ 

— Commission on the Constitution. 8 m 6 d 
Hollebone, Bros, and Trench, on the Sues CanftL 

4J116 
FhJUa rH. W.) on the Coal Trade, 9 j 7 e 
iMluway (— ;ajj€l hia Charities. 1 7 7./— 87 6 d 

—Ij^c 
lUhu* (John) on Mr. Gladstone, 2 ; 5 ? 
Home for Crippled Boys, Concert to Aid. 15 / 4 rf 

for \Vo» king Girls. 29 ; 4 / 

— and Colonial Marine (nsuranne Cooipanr, 
5/llrf ^ '' 

- - and Foreign Investment and Ageoox Com- 
rany. 7 ; || /e 

liomelrss and Destitute Boys, Note on. 7 / 4 « 
Jli«j«a for Little Bo} s at Farningham, 2Uth An- 

niTersaipr, ^1 m lOr 
Ilriolter (A. HO the Khedire Confers an Order 

m^ liij 12 a 



Hooper rCi. N.) Taxes on Carriages, 19 ; 18 / 

(J, ,5.^ Plunder of Poor Men's Providence, 

9; 13r 

Home Mud Birkett, on Disuaed Burial Grounds, 
12 * 7 / 

Horneis' Company. Mr. W. H. Collingridge 
Fleeted Master. 4 / 6 a 

Horsey (Vice. Adiu. A. de^' on Ship Insurance, 
25 ; 7 rf 

Hospital Accommoda' ion in North London, Meet- 
ing at Ilijjhluiry sibont, 21 ; ?< «— 25 ; 6 6 

Saturday Fund, Annu.il Meeting, 31 / 5 d 

Sunday Fund, Meeting of the Council, 22 

; 12 h 

Association Conference, 2 / 12 a 

Note^' on. 17 J 9 /— 26> 10 e—ZSj 6 / 

in North l^indon, 17 ; 5 / 

for Siuk Children, Anniversary Festival. 28 

w 4 / 

Special Court. 24 He 

fer Tieatnient of Nervous Diseases. Annual 

Tea and Entertainment, 10 ; 9/ 

for Women. Soho Square. Boyal Visit to, 

12/5/ 

Houghton (Lord) on the French Professors in 
England, i i 1 d 

on Lord Lyndhurst and the Deceased Wife's 

Sister Bill. 2 / « r>- 1 4 / 8 c 

Hou>e of the Vestals. 22 / 2/ 

Housing of the Poor. Notes on, 7 j4a—MJ 12 b 

— 12/ 10 6 
Hove, near Brighton. Dr. O'Brien Presents hit 

( hiirch to the Parish of. \i j A d 
Howiird James) New Cattle Disease Bill. S fid 
Howell &Co.. 21 , il h 

v^'«'0-) on *'>« AUhrtra Colliery Explosion 

and the Safety Damp, 15 /« 6 c 

and James (Limited), \ m \\ h 

Iloworth (H. H.) on the Con.<iervative ** Dual 

Conirol." 16/11 /— 18 fBa-'Il f \\ f 
Howe (Thos. 8.) on the Deadlock in Irish Land, 

29 / 4 e 
Hoyle (Win.) Nation^ Drink Bill for 1888. 27 

m 10 « 
Hubbard (J. Q.) on Episcopal Supervision of 

Anglicans Abioad. 10 ; 8 6 

on Educational Finance, (i f2 f 

Hnggins (Dr. W,; on ihe scientific Aecuraey of 

ihe Bible, 19/ 8<?-2J;7r 
Hughes (Professor) on the Physical Condition of 
Iron and Steel. '^8 ; 4 6 

on the Theory of Magnetism. 4 /m 4 6 

Human Remains Discovered outside St.Clement'f 

Danes ('hui-ch.\ard. *4o m 10 c 

Discovery of, in Southampton Row, 16/66 

Humphry (Rev. W. G.) on Charing Cross Hos- 
pital and St. John's Houae, 18 / 4 A 

Hungarian Colony Discovered in a Wild Valley 

of Arabia, 11> 5 « 
ffUNGA&Y: - 

AnarchisU, Arrest of. 15 m 7/ 

Conflict between Peasants and Farmers, 7 

in a 
a Dynamite Plot Discovered at Peath, 10 «* 

Ha 
Finance, 22 mid 

- - Cipld ttepl^. 17 m 6/ 



Hun 



PALMEU'a INDEX TO *' THE TIMES " NEifSrAFSR. 



[ Jau. 1 C? 



Hungary (routintitd). 

- Iliwhway Hobberies in. Martial Law Pro- 
claimed ro Sfr»p, \ i lb f 

- - Jewish A;:itation in. 28 / 5 /" 

Lt*Ri Irttive Proceed inir^, *2 i /> d—2\ foe 

- MarriHge Bill Legalizing ibat of Christians 
ind Jewg, 11 ; 5 rf— 14 ; 5 e— 21 / 5 f— 1 J6b 
—2 f o r 

- — MifellHneouB News, 25 j o « 

— - NntionHl b2xhibition to be held in Pesth, 27 

/br 

New Loan 27 m oe 

88 a We.ldinR PMrty were Crossing the Ice 

on fht' KiTrr Theisz. it Broke and 85 of there 
> fre Drowned, 12/6 </ 
«i If Hon Mr. American Nfiniftter at St. Peters- 
.' t.g ^crioim Illness of. 27 foe 

If I* 1 «) and Wife— Proceedings against each 

M liiT ;i. tti 7 e 
llii - T , <. M ) Why Money is not Invested in 

l»» I •• d 7 ; 4 o 
Ihit-iiii ^(i. A.) on the Railway Accident near 

Wiuan l» ; !•> rf 
ll>itH I'ark Corner, Notes on, 12/4 tf — 14y 4 h 

- iti / 4 f — 2i» m S it 

H.Mliophubia, Death from, at Cla)ton-le-Mo(»rs' 

li . 4 / 
1 ygi«ne of the Voice, Dr. M Kenzie on, 24j7d 

I. 

hv in the Atlantic, 10 m 7 '/-I9 m oe— 24'w Ud 
Ic-Und Relief Knnd. 11 ; 10 / 

- Vnlcanic Kruption in. 2 / 4 /' 
Ln penal Defence. 24 th 4 d 

Life A»!inr?u>ce Cnmpat>y 11 > 1! e 

Pro|H"rty lnvf«f menl C'onipmy. 12 ' 11 (/ 

ln»|K>rter8' Uniler Vttln;m'>n^. 15/ II /" 

In pffial IJniun Accident Assuriuire Company, 

:♦ / II d 
JniproTed Indu.<<trial Dwellings C<»mpnny. 8y 11 

♦ --'.•) / II f/ 

Wood Pavement r«nipnry. 4 / II /i-14 /' 

•if/ 
Int-* miiari'-in in Wale?*. 8 ? t» / 
liicrMue Tnx Ki'-pnynK-ot <.f to Landlords 2'J / " ♦ 
InrorpoiattMi haw ►>»ocii'ly, Kxaininations in l^^;l 

26 ; 4 /»- 2 / 4 6— 1« / 4 / — I m 3 « 

Final Kxamination«, 2 / 4 h 

Meetings 31 ; 7 r— I / 10 /' 

and the Law Club, 2S / 10 d 

of Ireland. Spc-cial Meeting, 12 / 6 o 

Independent Mutual Bre«hri«n Friendly Society, 

Note on. 24 ; 12 </ 
India i'enlral Agency. 2 ; 7 n 

Rubber. Gutta Percha and Telegraph Com- 
pany, 20/11 c— 27/11 c— 13 iM U c 

IKBIA:- 

Akha Raid, 3 ; 8 «— 7 ; 6 6—16 ;6 «— 18 

f 6/— 21 7 o rf--28 ; 5 </— 25 / 6 a- 28 ; 6 a 

Ammunition of the Army in, 8 ; 6 « 

Appointments. 31 tno c 

liel(!Ochi8tan. News from, 7 / 56 — 14j5« 

—28 n a— 1 1 / 6 a— 3 m 6 / 

Bt^pgal Tenancy Bill, 22 j 6 / -23/ 10 f— 

11 / 5«— 12y »ir— U^ 5 a— 26/5 6— 81 m 

5 6 



India (roniintted) 

Bombay, Improveroent* in, 2 /"T 5 

Proposed International ExhibitioD in, for 

Budget. 22 / 5 — 10 m 5 d^M m 5 6-15 

IN 12 </-l7 wof— 18ot 4 rf— 24m 56 

Burmah. Census of, 22/9 e 

News about. 28 ; 5 a— 17 w 5 «— 31 « 5 « 

Calcutta, the Nizam I^eaves. 7 / 5 6 

Lxhibition. see Iktebwatiokal 

i- Proposed Memorial of. 24 m 5 6 

bteam Plough ExhiWied at. Trial of, 21 

i 5 a 

Censns ReiMirt of the North West Prorioces, 

II 76« 

of Bon)hay ami Scinde, 19/ IS c 

of Madras, 24 i 5 / 

Cholora ni. 25 / 5 6 

(>op< in, 31 »« 5 c 

— DisTnrbnnres in Rikaneer, 2 / 5 « 

Duke and Dm'hes-of Coiinaught in.29m4c 

K( i-l*'«'i tRfical K.st.iMi'^hment in, 1/76 

Lnjjii h Church in, Notes on, 4 ; 2 /— 8;4a 

Kiiplnat'H VHlley Route to, 29 >n 13 e 

(Jove nor of Mrt'irns. 28 j 1 1 « 

Home ii«»vernn»ent of, 18w3a 

Hyilcrhad. F;o*fions in. 4/5 a 

"in-ifailafiim ot the Nizam, the Viceroy t-) 

be Pieseut. 12 / 5 / -4 f \i)a — b/r* t ■rlj'^<^ 

New Minister of the Nizam. 7 / S n 

. Hallways in. 2« /« 5 / 

Serious lllne.sH of the Nizam, 3 m 6d— * 

5 <.— «0 ,« 6 fi 
tin- \ict rov at. 4 / 5 rt 

llhert Hill, Chfainj; Dibale on. 2« j 5 a— 2^ 

i .". n 

and Mr. Cnxs. » r 4 a 

Kxciirmi'Mt. Dvii'U oi»t, 4 /"5 o 

L^'^ii^iauve Couicl on the Compromise, 

5 / 5 «/— 7 / 5 <* — S / .'« ^ — H /5a 

'■ — Ma'iarMJah of D^iibunga's Amendraent, 

24 ; 5 n 

Moctin:? 'x\ London of Native Indians on,. 



4 / i\a 
Naitve Pre.*s on, 4 /"o a 

Nn!<» on. HI m 7 d 

on the Compnmnj»e 4 f' 8 6 

Outline cf the Amendments Agreed to 

nn<l A(r cpfed by the LcyJNlaiure, 21 ' 5 a 

Proceedings ot i lie Anglo-Indian Defence 

As>oriati<)n on. 7 / 5 fi 

Lord Ifipon's Summing up. 9/66 

StlK^t Con^mittee on. 14 jh a 



Inijio.ts and Kxports. 1 W II 6 

- liiiiian Hcform Associtition, Mr. Keay's Ad- 
dress to. 1 1 h ft 

Lo<ol Self Government BiH. \\ fh a 

MciiicMl Women, see, .V1ei>k ai. 

M i>ci.'llaneous News, 2 ; 5 a— 1 4 ; 5 o— 23/ 

t e-\ u, 1 e 

Nepaul and Thibet, Dispute between, 7; » 

6— 4/o^ 

Omie ani the North West Provinces, 15/4 A 

hailway Kxtension, 18 /*5 a— 3 w 5 /-r'-i* 

m 5 ^ 

Kadw:i\ .s :n«l Public Works in. 28 /"€ /^ 

Red Cilow wiwt Sunset Visible ui, 14 ; 6'^ 



iMarchSl, \^SL] 



PALMKU S INDF.X TO *' THE TtMKS NEW.SPArKR. 



Inq 



India (rontinuetr)- 

SMniUry Measureft in, 10 / 4 A 

State Monopoly of Railways in, 16 / 12 a 

Thompson (Sir Rivera Health of, 26 / 5 / 

— 2« ; 5 a 
Viceroy. Movements of, 21 j 5 «— 29 ; » a 

— 1 /orf— 2y 6 a— 18/ 5 a 
C'hamber of Commerce Address on various 

matters. 2 fb a 

Volunteer Force in. IH f 7 e 

Indian Council. Notice about, 21/8 6 
Civil Service, 24 m fi e 

Empire, Orders Conferred, 2 j 10 c 

PrinceP, 1 4 ; 9 /* 

• Residents in England, Deputation of, to 

Mr. Gladstone. 1 / lO-i 

Trade and English Taxation, 7 / 4 / 

and Railway Extension, 19 m 10 e 

Wheat Trade. 2 / 12 4 

and f )riental Elecirical Storage and Works 

Company, 3 j 9 a— 18 ? H / 

Industrial Art Exhibition at Brussels, see Bel- 
gium 

Inebriate Women, Note on, 4 7 2 /* 

Infernal Machine, SliMm, Found in the Post 
Office at Birmin^hiim. 18m lo c 

Inhabited House Duty, 5 / 6 /— 29 /lie 

Inland Revenue, Salaries of Junior Servants, 21 
7 7 /-22 ; 9 /•- 24 ; 8 6 

Innes rjohn) on Ought a Solicitor to be a Post- 
master. 12 iM 6 « 

Inns of Court, Examinations of Students, 14 
7 10/ 

IhQUfiSTS.— 

Ann Ancuck. Murdered. 10 ; 10 « 

Samuel Appleby, a Suicide, 7 ; 12 c 

Thos. Baldwin, Died from Illtroatment by 

a Policeman. 4 / 10 e 

— Mr. Barker, Run Over, 10/6 «— 25 j \0 f 

— Alice Bennett, and another, Kdled by a 
Boiler Explosion, 9 ; 6 '/ 

Martha Bowen, Died from the elects of 

Scalds. 4 7 10 c 

Rich. Bo>ham, Run Over, 12 7 7 A 

Wm., Brenell. a Suicide, 15 7 7 A 

Adam Burn, Killed by being Knocked down 

bv Horses. 3 f 5h 
Capt. Geo. Butler, Died from a Bite of a 

Moi'key, 29 wi U>/' 

- Martha Caddick, Burnt to Death, 2 ; 10 e 

Eliza Cartwright. Murdered, 776* 

- — Chas. Catling, Killed on the Railway, 22 ; 

7/ 

— Catteshftll. Boiler Explosion at. Persons 
Killed by. 2;j / 6 e 

A. P. ( himbers. a Suicide, 19 /"lO « 

a Child, Found Dead. 5 7 6 rf— 16> 10 /— 17 

J 7/ 
• — R. G. Clarke. Suffocated by his Mother 

Orerlying it, while Inebriated, 2'dj 6 < 
Cook. Murdered, 18 / 5y 

— Mrs. Corkhill. Found Drowned. 81 / 6/ 

— Alfred Cowell. Killetl by Machinery, 12/76 
' — Wm. Dainea, Killed by an Explosion, 4 m 

— J.T. Deriton, Poisonded him>elf on his wed- 
ding Morning, I ; 7 ^ 



Inquests (rontmueri). 

Ellen. l)Hvy, Killed by a Fall. 2 MOs 

Alfred Edmonds. Kun Over, 4 ; 10 c 

John Fnir. who Died frcmi beins? brought 

out of Lodging-house and IcU to J;ie in the 
Street. 21 / 10 c 

Kebecca Fielder, a Suicide. 2 / 10 6 

- Anne Frost. Accidentally Poisoned 28 /9y 
Gannant CoUery Accident, 19 7 1 1./ 

John. Uatfleld. a Suicide. 24 ; 7 /" 

Betty Gee, Killied by a Blow, 30 ; 12 

Paul Gherman, a Suiride, 976c 

Wm. Gibbons, a Suicide, 2<>; 10 e 

Wm. (iosney. Died fmm Nesrleet. 7 7 12 c 

Samuel Griffin. Died from the efifects of a 

Bayonet Thruitt. given duiing the quelling of 

a Kiot, 10 I G a — 1«7 6 a 

Jane. Groome. Murdered. 28 /"B < 

Fred Groves. Killed by a Fall. 2/10 6 

Julia Gnrim. <iied. from Injuries i^ceived 

through fdllin.; over a (^at. \ j 7 e — 15 / 7 f 

Anil Gwyim. a Suicide. 8 ; H/ 

Mr. Hammond, and others. Killed by the 

Falling of a Bridge, 16 i 6 d 
H. F. 11 ay don, Accidentally Poisoned, 3 j 

bb 
Daniel Healey, Killed on the Railway, 14 m 

8 (/— 2 1 ;/t 9 a 

H. J. Herbert, a Sui ide, 8 ; 6 /^ 

G. W. Herman, Killed during a game of 

Football. 22 1 6 h 

Jrtuied, Hewkley. a Suicide, 3 1 6 6 

Wm. Uepwuod, ^u£focaled in a Panic, 18 m 

ie« 

C. A. Ives, a Suicide, 5/106 

Geo. Jackson. Killed on the Railway, 10;6rf 

E. L. and A. Jam^s, Murder aud Suicide, 19 

mIOs 

T. J. Jones, Murdered. 1 / 7 « 

Geo. Jones. Killed through the Splitting 

of a Grindstone, 14 ; \0 d 

Henry Jones. Burnt to Death. 24 ; 7 /* 

W. E. Keene. a Suicide. 1 m 12 /' 

John Kite. Killed at the Fire in Dublin by 

the Fall of a VVnll 24 m 6 d—il m « « 

F^dwin Knight, Killed in a Quarrel, low 10 6 

John L-ary. iiurnt to Oeaih 24 7 7 / 

S. >. Levy. Scalded to Death. 24 7 7 / 

A. H. Lake, Burnt to Death, 14 7 id d 

Sarah Lake, Died from Improper Treatment, 

17 w 10/ 

Chas. Leach. Killed by a Fall, 15 7 7/ 

Kosina Lester, Died from Apoplexy, 4 7 10 J 

Levesley. Murderfd. 12 /« 6 « 

Je»«ie Lewis. Died from theefiFects of At- 

temprin;; Suicide. 5 j H d 

John. Little, Found Drowned, 3 7 5 h 

M. J. Macnamara, Burnt to Death, 21 ia9 a 

a .Man. Drowned, 22 j 7 / 

Found I )e td. 22 ./8c" 

' ■ • a Suicide. 2« m 1 « 

Kif'li. vhtn-lera.andanotht^r. Drowned, 2il0« 

W. H. Marshall, Drowned, 4 ; 10 rf 

C'apt. Mutih.son. and others, Kil od by the 

Explosion at (jravcsend. Hm lO h 

Wm. Miller. Drowned, 2rt m it 9 

Alfred Vlills. .Munlt-n^d. 4 ; •; f> 



iBq 



PAI.MKltS INDEX TO 



::iK TlMKtt NRW8PAPSR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Inqneiti {continued), 

^Hrah Mitchell, a Suicide, 1 1 ; 7 « 

S. M. Morgan, Run Over in the Strand, 1 

;7 e 
Martha Mortimer, Killed on the Kailwaj, 4 

;10/ 
Jeremiiih Murphj, Found Murdered at 

MehageoLi. 24 ; h* « 

Eliz. Musk, Scalded to Death. *24 / 7 f 

F. A. Neitleton, Died from Neglect, 26m 5« 

Emily NowWl. Murdered 7 ; 12 A 

J. 1^ E. F. Paiamidissi, Drowned. 4 ;* 10 tf 

Penny graig Colliery, Diaaster, Pertons 

Killed by. 31 ;9/— 1 *n 12 « 

E. M. PUmpton. Munlered. 2 / 12 * 

Wm. Pre8»well, Run Over, 4 ; 10 d 

.lohn Price, a Suicide. 21 m 10 « 

Thos. Pritchard, Killed on the RailwaT, 17 

;7/ 

Mn. Mary Relton. Murdered, 22 m ]2 d 

F. M. Kider. Murdered. 31 »i 9 / 

Charlotte Roberts. Child of, Found Dead, 

20 m 5 c 
£. W. Roberts. Died from Heart Disease, 7 

112 r 
Wra. Rebertson, Died from a Kick by a 

Horse. 2/106 
Geo. Robinson, AccidentHlIy Poisoned, 22 

7 12rf— 29; 7/ 

A. R. Roland, Run Ovev, J4 m 8 d 

J. M. and D. K. Rowe, Luriit to Death. 8 

J 6./ 
Matilda Sainebury, Accidently Poisoned, 4 

ilOe 
Marbrook ^carbrook, and another, Killed 

by a Boiler Explosion, of 6 d 

— — James Sharp, Drowned, HO / 12 c 

W. H. J. H. bht-haii. Died from having 

"Hoirs Specific" administered to him, I ; 7 e 

VV. A. bherman, Killed while Hunting, 14 

J 10 / 

J. E. Shirley, a Suicide, 80 / 12 « 

James Sloper, a Suicide, IC ; H d 

M. A. Smith, Died from the efiffctsof Burns, 

2 j \0e 

«___ Colour- Serg. Stales, a Suicide, 12 / 11 tf 

jHiues Sutherland, a Suicide, IMi / 12 r 

San.ucl 'Ihiiuipson, Found Drowned, 14 m 

10 d 

J. B. Tower, Murdered, S; 7 e—7 j 10 6—8 

>10a 
, Kich. Townsend, and others. Sufifacoted by 

<iA9, 1/11/ 

— Benj. Warren. Died from Hydrophobia, 24 ; 
76 

. (jieo. Webber. Acridentally Poisoned. 22 i 7 / 

E. A. West, Died from Improper Treatment, 

^'6; 10 e 

Dmah Whaite. Killed through the Bursting 

of a Kit** work. I / <> « 
. Wm. While. i»ied from Improper Treat- 
ment. I I / t» I! 

Col. F. J. Whitchad h Suicide, 14/10^ 

^ R. and E. Willi «iu8. Found Di-iid. 1 / 6 / 

, J. T. Willoughby, Died from Exhaustion, 7 

I \'lh 
^— James Wise, Miinlcrod, ITi ; H) /' 



Inqneiti ^rwi tinned), 

Amos Wolstenholmc, Killed on the Railwtj, 

7 no 6 
a WomaM. Died from Poison, 5 ; 6 rf 

- - Frances Wood, the Whitstable Impostor. 
Di(*d froiii Disease of the Lung^. 29 i 7 d 

Wrexham ("ollierj* Accident, Two Me»i 

Killed by. 19 ; 11 f 
M. A. Yates. Murdered, 13 m 10/— 20 m 6 

/— 21 m UN/— 27«i M f 
Inspiration of Scripture, by Card. Newman, 25 

7 1 1 6 
Institute of Agriculture, Papers Read before, 19 

/ 10 c 

of Chemistry, 17/4 d—H 1 6 e 

— of Painters in Water Colours, 5 / 9 /* 
Institution of Civil Engineers, Aonaal Dinner, 
27 w <i « 

66th Annivertiary and Election of Council 

4; 6 a 

Papers Read before. 8> 7 y— 9 j 8 /-28 

,46 

of Mechanical Engineers, 37tb Annus! 

Meeting. 28 ; 4 6 

Insnlar Supremacy. 5 m 6 a 

Insurance Companies, State of Shares in, 9t% 

every datfs ttoper 
Interesting Historieil Discovery — Subterraneous 

Passage at Chelttea, li> m 8 a 
Internatitmal African Asfociation.Notcon, 8 ; 8« 

Arbitration and Peace Association, Meet- 
ings 6 ; 4 «— 14 / 1 1 «-23 » 7 f 

Congiess of Ornithuligists at Vienna, 11 / 

6 6— I H / 6 <i 

Electric Exhibition, Philadelphia, Ndice 

about. 21 m 56 

Company. 2/11 d 

Exhibition of Agriculture, Amsterdam, 14 

/ *•' / 

Notice about, 3 m 9 « 

■ at Antwerp. Notices about, 16 ; 6 r/-19 



i 7 c— 2 / 6 rf— 12 /■ 6 c— 22 / 5 «/— 25 / 5/- 

1dm 5 e 
at (Calcutta, Return of Visitors. 4 » Sy— 

11 / 6 rf— IK / 5 /— 23 ; 5 //— 6 / r> 6 
Closing of, 16/ 7«— I8y 6a-29/5r 

— 3 nt 5 / — 10 m 5 u — II tn h h 
Great Robbery fnnn Eyre and Spottis- 

wood's Store at, 25 / 6 6 

of Horticulture. Paris, 26 > 5 6 

of Motors. 4c., at Vienna. 8 m 4 i 

at Nice, Formal Opening of, 7 ; 6 / 

Notices about, 8 / 6r-.15; 5 rf— 1/6* 



Financial Society. 18 / 1 1 /— 2 /*ll e 

Fisheries Exhibition, Diploma of Honour 

Awarded to Mr. Ctas. Lever, H / 8 ei 

Final Meeting, 24 m 7 /' 

Exhibitors' Pn)tection Aasociation EX' 

press Disoontent with the Awards, 18; 9 / 

- Forestry Exhibition, Edinburgh, ^otioel 
about. 80 / 9 / 26 / 5 « 

Health Exhibition, City Companies Sub- 

scriptiona towards the Expenses, 10; 10 6 — IB 
, 4 fl_28 ; 10 / 

Bi>l«;iHn Committee to Represent, 16 / 5*/ 

lM«i!jin VdlHge and Tea Garden to be Ke- 

presented in, 18 7 11 / 



March 31, 1684.] palmer's imdkx to the " times " nkwsi'ai'Er. 



ttB 



10 



of 



International Health Exhibition— France in, 

m6 6—17 «i G /. 
" Meeting of the Livery Companies 

London about. S / h f 

of the Kxecuiive. II; 10 d 

Notices about, 8 w 7 <?— 19 w 12 6—29 m 

6 
Opening of, by the Prince of Wales, 27 

rnUe 
Society of Arts Propose to Award Prizes 

to Exhibitors at, Jl / 10 c 
Grand Peasant Festival at Royal Alliert 

Hall, in Aid of the West End Hospital, 9 / l» « 

— 16/ 7 e 
- — Sleeping Car Company. 16 / 6 A 
Interrupted Study— Case of a Polish Student, 22 

fid 
Intestates Estates, Nevr Bill on, ]S flO e 
Investments of Trust Funds in Colonial Stocks, 

Notes on. 17./ 11 6-18 /lie 
Ireland and the Reform Bill, 13 m 6 / 
IRELAND :- 
Agrarian Murders, 3 /3y— 22 / 6 a — 12/8 

rf— 26/ 10/— 29 iM lOe 
Outrages, 16 / 6 A— 19 / 8 «— 21 / 6 «— 7 

/ 10 c-22 / 8 rf— 'JC / lOy-27 / 6 e- 12 m 10 

c— 19 w r> /• 

— — at Knocklong, 2 / 6 6—5 / 6 a 

Agricultural State of, \ j 6e 

Annual Pru- Sessional Meeting of the Irish 

Parliame'itary Party, 5 / 6 d 

Arrests under the Crimes Act, 25 m 9 6 

Assizes. 4 ? 6 a— 19 J 8 a— 5 m 10 c— 12 m 

10 c— .<! m 10 e 
-- — •Bankruptcy Petitions during the Year, I 

- — Bennett-Mackay Cable, 2Sj 6 e 
- — Blackwater Fislieniien, 11 w 12 a 

Butter Market, 26/ 10/— 27/6 s 

- — Case of Broderick. a Clerk, '6 m 7 d 

of James Carey. 19 m 5 / 

of the Bt»y Griffin, 2/6 6 

of Mrs. Gyll, for Throwing Vitriol over a 

Solicitor, 28 m o « 

of the Rev. Richard Johnson. 2/66 

— of a Man placed outside a Lodging House 

to Die, 20 w 10 c 

• of Prescott v. Lord Huntingdon— Appil- 

cation Hef used for Substituted Service, 24 / 10 d 
of Joseph Walsh, the Child of a Mixed 

Marriajre, 15 ; 6 a 

Cattle Disease in, 19 ; 8 a 

Trade in. 15 «i 12 c 

Church and Glebe Lands in, 1 i 9 d 

J Ami Cloncurr^ and his Tenants, Singular 

Action. 1 /7m 
1 lonniel National Di'monstration in, 7 / 6 

^-s , 6 d 

Mr. Davitfs Speech at, BiBd 

Cork Butter Market, 21 ; 6 s— 22 / 6 a— 28 

Coll 8e and the Students 19 m B /" 

Djiii t - o I Vrtl'ic oi l*«inl iu. .^6 //; .'» r 

l)«Ci»riti%-f Art in, Notes ou, ioy 10 // — hi 

y Ur-30; 4 / 
Deputation from Purchasers of Glebe Lands 

*o the Lord Lieutenant, 2^66 



Ireland (continued). 

Oerrybe^. Burial of a Coffin to Represent 

Patrick O'Donnell's Funeral at, 2ii j 7 e 

DiMturbances in Cavan, 11 /6c 

Droniore, Political Demonstrations at. 2 / 6 « 

Two Young Men Stabbed by the Bayonets 

of the Police— One Died, y ; 7 a— 1 1 ; 6 c— 12 
; 6 a 

Dublin Castle. Drawing Ro ms. 31 > 6 e — 

21/6/ 

Levees at. 21 / 6 /" 

Chrtnibcr of Commerce. Meeting, 23j 7 e 

(Corporation. Meeting, 15 y 6a 

— County Registration, 8 wi 5 u 

Deputation to Government about In- 



fectious DixeaseM, 18 ; 7 a 

Museums Bill. 19 w 4 A 

Outbreak of (/holera in, 25 m 10 /? 

Proposed New Theatre, 'M / 5 e — 1 /'6 6 



—12 m lOc 

• School of Art in. Vice Kegal Visit to, 16 



/I2r 



Rt. Hon. W. H. Smith in. 26 / 6 « 



Election of a Bishop for Kilmore, 27 in 6 d 

the New Bi hop, 29 m 5 o 

Elections, 3 y 3 /— 25 m 9 6 

Evictions, 22 / 6 o— 19 m .'» /' 

Fair, Deputation to GovernnnMit on the 

Stopping of, 10 f 6 a 

Fishing Season Opened. 2/6 6 

Fox Meeiing Denounced by tlu Farmers, 31 

;5«— P / 6c/-28y 6« 

*• Free Sale " in A) /10 c 

Freeman's Journal, and the Prospects of a 

General Election, 28 m 6 e 
Gales in. 22 / 8 c 

Incendiarisms in. 2i m 6 d 

Kerry Estates of Lord Lansdowne. 19/6 f 

Labourers of Kilraichael Address Mr. 

Gladstone about their Dwelling Places, 19/11/ 

Land Act, Purchase Cliuses of . 19 /'o s 

Bank for, 7./ 7 d 11 / 6 <i-16 / 3 /— 5 

M 4 / 

Cases. 26 / 7 A 

Corj,o ation. 6 / 10 ^/ 

Law Courts. Opening ot, 12 / 6 a 

Landed iCstates Courts. 1/7 a — I m 12 6 

Linu-rii'k Corporation and the Dock 

Labuurers. 8/10 «/— 11/ 6 d 

I^iochI' Government Reform Association 

Deputation from, to Governmeiit, 12 ; 6 a 

I^iui^h Koiuan (Catholic Chapel Wrecked 

during the Eletjtion, 22 / 8 « 

Lord Lieutenant Returns to Dublin, 7/66 

M't -abe ( i :ard.) Letter to the Peace Society , 

t< i 6 d 

raKioral. 'Amid 

.Vleeting of Labourers at Croom, Sm 6 d 

^ at Castlewellaii, Recently Preclaimed, 

Note about. 19 / 11 e 
' oi Ulebe Farmers in Tyrone, 14 / 6 </ 

ot Magistrates to Protest against the 

iiein»v'»il »»f Lord lios'*in()ri', 1 / 6 r — 5 / 6 '/ — 
n/ . I- 

— Case of Lord Rossmore, 12 / 8 <i 

Pntposal to Erect an Orange Hall in 



DuV'liii to his Honour, 9 j 7 « 



Ire 



PALMKK S IMDLX TO *' Tllb; TIUK8 NKWSPAPEK. 



[J:m. 1 t> 



Ireland {rtmthiuefi). 

Mettinsjs Prohibited, 1 m 10 rf 

. Mi«cdUneou8 Ne-fS, 7 ; 6r— 7 /* 10 r-18 

ye «— <i «i 10 6 
Natio'-ai I^ea^ue, Meetinj^s, 10 .; 6 o~ll 

;■ « c—\\i I ^ ri— 2* / 10 <i— 2J / () 6—;^ ) / C tf — 

4 / « 6- 21 r « A- 3 /« 6 d-'6 ih 10 6-20 /« 10 

r— 31 w 1(» e 

Mr. Bi^firar and Mr. Jordan at, 1 7 / .'» e 

Me ting!* Fixihibiied, 22 / (J a— 2"S y G / — 

25 / 7 6 

Meeting; at Blackburn, 14 ; 6 of 

Prohibited, ir» / (i a 

Contributions from Australia. 10 / 6 o 

Demonstration at Rocjthill. 19 / 11 y 

Nationalist Outraj^es. 4 ; 6 a— 4 /6 a 

. Press in. Unscrupulousness of, 14 /'S 6 

Notice about, 15 / 4 « 

^— Orange P«rt>- in, 25 f 7 f* 

Proi«laniaiion of, 5 m \0 e 

Society and Mr. Sexton. 8 m 4 6 



Pflrliiimentary Party Procrssion and Open 

Air Meeting at Clonmel, oj 6 a 

Parnell (C. S.) Action for Property Rights 

against Mrs. Dora West, 19 in 5 / 

. Examined on, 1 m 12 6 

Pitt (the Great W iUiani) on the Represent- 
ation of. 2H m 5 « 

I'olice Tax. Sale of Cattle for. 31 m 10 e 

Kates. 1 w 12 6 

Prisons in, 19 / 1 1 6—20 f 1 1 e— 22 / 10 / 

- 25 /'4 a— 26 /' 10 d-27 / 7 /"— 28 / 7 /—29 
/ 10 /'— 3 m 4 /— 4 m 10 /~6 m 1 I </— 7 wilt 
— ^ — Proptjrtional Keprej^entation for. 5 w 10 d 
- — Kathiniries Kink, Great Conservative Meet- 
ing at. 1 1 ; 6 c 

Keafiforesting of. Note on, 6 /' 8 6 

-> — Replanting of, 29 m 4 e 

Representation of, 10 m 4 / 

Review of the Year. 1/66 

Rioting at Newry on the Soldiers Leaving 

for India, 7 ; 6 6 
_ liobbery at Richmond Barracks. 14 / 6 e 

KosMuore (Lord; (.'ase of, 15 / (> a 

Address to, from the Deputy-Litutenants 

and Magistrates. 22 ; 6 u— 14 / 10 6 

^- and Demonstration at Ulster Hall, 22 

J 6 a 

Crowded Meeting at Belfast to Present 

an Addresp to, 2:1 ; 6 6 

38 Out of the ;6 Magistrates of Carlow 



Present an Address of Sympathy to, on his 
' Removal. 16 ? 6a 
- — Royal University, Meeting of the Senate, 1 

yft e 
-^— Sale of Cattle for Non-payment of Rent, 9 

; 7 a— 10; 6 6 

of Lands in, 19 ? 8 a 

of Poisons in Ireland. Deputation to 

Government by the Pharmaceutical Society, 9 

j7a 

« Savage Assaults in Limerick. 15 y 6 a 

., St. Patrick's Day Celebrations, 17 nt 10 « 

Self Help in, 22 / 12 r 

Lord Spencer at the North Wall, 14 / 10 6 

«- — Sporting l)og8 Poisoned in, 1 7n 12 6—24 m 

^0 



Ireland (ninfimied . 

State of, 22 / « d 

Sunday ( loi«ing Movement in, 18 > 7 a— 25 

; 6 6 

Susan Gnlhuh.T. the Irish Jennie Deans. 4 

Threatening Notices, 8 ; 6 rf 

Thunderstorm in Cork. 28 > fi / 

Traniwrtys. Deputatitm to the Viceroy on 

I he Consiiuctian of, in Ireland, 28 r ♦> « 

rrial of Matthews and others, for Burning 

a Land League Hut at Pomeroy, 16 /" 12 r 

of David MConnaghty. for Wife Murder. 

17//» 10 « 
ot the Mayo Conspirators. 2(> m 6 /— 27 

m 6 //-2» w 5 r— 29 ni 12 6 

UHtted Lelovd, Mean Malevolence of the 

Editor. « / 10 «/ 

— Value of Tenant's Interest in, 11 wi 4 e 
Viceroy Movements, 31 / <>c — 26 m of 

Levev% 2 1 / 6 / 

Wall ( Dr.) his Curious Collection of Arms 

taken Possehsion of by Government, 7 ; 6 6 

Watirtofd. Banquet Jo the Members at the 

City Town Hall. Cork. 24 » 10 rf 

Why Money is not Invested in. 7^4 a 

Irish AfipHirs, Ct»mmittee on, 1 / 6 ft 

Church Missions, 3oth Anniversary- Meeting. 

18 / 4 / 

Emigration, Mr. Take's Committee on, 14 

m 9 e 

(ilebe and Church Lands. 2 i Zf 

Lace Making Exhibitions, 28 J 7 a— 29/ 10 » 

Lai.d Act. 20 m 12 r 

P.oposed Amendments, 4 m 10 < 

- Land I'urchase and Settlement rompany, 
Pro>pectu8 of a Proposed New C-ompany, 22 
»i 10 r/ 24 m (> e 

Question. 1 w 13 rf— 6 w 6 a 

Lord Lieutenancy, Bill to all Roni^n 

Catholics to become, 9 / 9 e 

Magistracy. Note on, 12 w 10 c 

Magistrates, Return of 28 m 4 a 

' Nationalities and Mr. Gi'Orge, 17 f 9/ 

! Parliamentary Party, 2H ; 6 e 

j Representative Peers. Lord Norbury Estali* 

li>he!* his Right to Vote for. 2 1 y 8 6 

v^^ociely. Meeting of. 23 / 5 « 

Mr J . W. Eilis Declared Governor, 27 / 

10 it 

Tramways Act. 24 m ti « 

V')te in the Metropolis, 22 ; 10 6 

Inm, Finished, Cost of Making, 4 « I2<i 

Iron— Arbitration in the North, 1 j 4 6— 26y lo r 

—28 / 11 6-25 w3 d 
Cleveland Ironmasters* Association. 5 ? lO 

/•— 17 ; 10 /— 18 ; 11 a— 22 / 11 6—5 / 5 /-5 

in 11 6— 18»i 4/ 

Hematite inCleveland, 11> 4 rf 

Miners Wages. 23 ) 10 d 

Pig Iron Industry of the Uniled States, 

Propo>al to Form a •'Pool" of the Entire, 7 

j fy a 

Market. 28/11 6—4/^11 6-18 / 11 6— 

2\ f\\ 6-28/12 «/—25y 10 /*— 27 / « </— 8 na 

12 c— 10 mil a 
and Restrictions, 17^ 10/' 



March 31, 1884.] pa.lhxb's ikdsx to ^'thx timbs" nbwspapbr. 



Jam 



Iron, Scottish Ironmasters Association, 7 m II ^ 

South Staflfordshire Mill and Forge Wages 

Board. 22/10 /' 

Trade of Glasgow, 16/11 b 

of the United States, 6 / 11 A 

Steel Americaa Association, 8 m 6 4^—17 

m 4 e 
Italian Embassy, 25/9 e 

Mission *' FesU." 2 1 > 4 « 

Wine, 1 i 2 c 

HALY: — 

- Agricultoral Penal Establishment in Sar- 
dinia, Visit to, by the Duke of Edinborgh, 1 1 
f5/ 

and Austria, 14 i 5 < 

Attempt on the Life of the King near 

Montalto. 18./ 6 *— 19^ 6 c— 20 / 6 d 
Caae of Cipriano La Gala, the Brigand, 21 

mS d 

and China, U ; 5 / 

Chriatmastide in the South. 2 / 10 if— 8 ; 2e 

Court News, 1 ) 5 e— 10 ; 6 r— 7 f5 «— 4 m 

Se 
Audiences Granted by the King, 1 1 j 6 d 

Dttke and Duchess of Genoa in, 17 m 6 6 

Court Ball at Quirinat 27/5 c 

~ Deferred, the Viands, Ac.. Prepared for 

the 1,500 Guesu Sent to the Hospitals in Rome, 

S/h€ 

. the King's 40th Birthdi^, 15 m 7 < 

Royal Hunting, I ; 5 e 

Earthquake, Shyck of, at NaUretee, 12 /54 

and Egypt. 27 iw 5 <f 

ExcaTations at the House of the Vestals, 1 

J 5 e^5 i b d 
FerriericCardinal) Struck with Paralysis, 27 

«5c 

and Germany, 22 /5c 

Grist Tax, Abolition of, 3 / 8 «— 6 / 5 rf 

International Exhibitiunn 1 7 m 6 6 

*— I.«raail Pasha Received by the Kin;;, 21 i oJ 

Italian Tricolour First DidpiM^ed iit the 

Borghese Palace. 1 > ; 5 </ 

Wines to be U*od in all Banquets. 1 / ft r 

King Victor IsniinHnufl. 'rran*l:ifi«;n of hLs 

Kemaina to the Pantlivon, o j :• < -7 j o « -9 
jS a 

Denonstration, 10 > 5 r 

• Exhibition of the Designs* for a NuMonal 

Ifonuuieot to be Erected in Homo, .'> / .'i f. — 7 

Processions to, 16 ? 5 r — 22 y ' h 

King Humbert gives Au<iience to the 

Pilgrims, 16/ 5 c 

Requiem Mass t-elebratcd. 25 ; 5 rf 

Viutors to the Tiiiiib, \\ j 5 d 

LaTarose (M.) Lectures on Church Property. 

28y 5e 
LegislatATe Proceedinjfs. 14/5 e— 21 j 6 a 

—23 / 5 rf— 12 M 5 <f— 20 m 5 c--21 m li b 

Railway Bill. 1 / 5 «/ 

• — Ministerial Changes, \ m 7 <;— 8 m 8 c— 22 

/7 c— 24 m 5 «— 2(i m 6 a— 27 /» 5 c— 29 m$b 

-81 ai5<f 
— > Miracle at the Church af the Annunziata, 

- — >Usc4'UaneuUft News, ;J0 / n 



Italy (continved), 

Museum Proposed in the Quirinul Palace 

in Honour of King Victor Eramaimel, 22 ; 5 c 

Naval nnd Military News, 22 ; 5 c 

New Books, 1 1 / 5 5 

- Tear's SaluUtions, 9j$c 
with Foreign Powers, 7 i 5 « 

PaoUucci (Lt.) Sentence on, Renutted 29 f 

5 V 
Pope, Cardinal Bonaparte Conveys the New 

Year's Wishes of the Empress Eugdnie and 

others to. 8 / 3 a 

fith Anniversary of his Coronation, 4 m 5 c 

Donations of. 6 m 5 d 

and Prince Torlonia, 19 / 7 rf 

74th Birthday, 8 m 6 ^ 

Propaganda Fide, Clerical Press on, 5 / 5 d 

Protection In. 81 j 9 / 

Quintino Sella and Giuseppe Massari 

Sketches of. 22 m \0 d 
the Quirinal and the Vatican, 21/5 c— 29 

fSc 
Radstock (Lord) Discourses on the Gospel 

in the Sala Dante, Rome, 18 m 5 c 

Railway News, 1 1 m 5 <^— 29 m 6 a 

Requiem Mass for Pius IX., 8 cf 5 e 

Rome, New thorough Express to, 14/ 11 « 

Excavations in, 22 j 2 /— 14 / 6 e— 27 / 

5c 

Rioting in. 19 / 7 rf 

State of the South, 16 j 8 «— 30 / 10 ^—11 

yS/-.Hjy«^-2l w5rf— 22 m 10 ci— 29 « 6a 

^. and Switzerland, 28 / 5 e^ij 5 d 

and Tunis, 21 ; 6 a— 22 / 5 c 

and Turkey. 9 / 6 a-l 1 ; 5 <i — 17 / 5 5 

University"^ Reform Bill. 29 y 6 5 

Vatican. MiocelUiieoas News. 1 j 5 e — 9 / 6 

a— 7/6/— 14/6«-16/"7 cl— 18/'6 6— 21 / 
5 d—23j 7 rf— 27 / d c— 1 m 7 c— 5 m 5 «-14 
m 5/-<l8 m 5 c >19 M 5 ef^2l m 5 0—22 mid 
—25 m 5 c 

Additions to the Guide Books in, \2mid 

■ Appointments. l» / 6 J — 11 m 5 e — 13 wt 

5 e~ 27 w 5 e 
Cardinal Howard to be RniHed to the' 

Rank of Cardinal Mislup. 17 m 8 a 

and the Irish See:*, 18 i 6 « 

and Italy. 2 / * 0-5/- 5/— 11 /5« 

New Cardinals. 11^ 5^—24 w 6 a— 25 m 

5 r — 27 m 5 « — 28 »w 5 r 

Papal Allucuiion, 81 m 5 d 

and Pru*«ia, I / t> a - 1 *« 7 r— 4 mi e 

Mild Public (^©nnistory. 28 /» 5 r 

Two Kii(;li>h Alemberd of Parliament 



Received in Privaic Audience by the Pope, 17 
f b h 

VValdensian Chnrcii Midsiona in, 22 m 6/ 

Wine Conip«;ti(ion in Uenie, 18 / H 6 

I\'ory Sales in London. 28 y lU r 

J. 
JaUlt)chkoff Electric Light and Power Compnny, 

ai ; II d-2/11 e 
Jiicobsun (Bp.) Anecdotes of, 21 / 9 J 
Jflde, the Mode of Treatment, Ac., 15 m 18/ 
Jsni. Noteaon, 11 / 12/>— 17>1W 
Jamei (Sir H.^ at Bridgwater, 11/66 



ifaiii 



PALMER 8 INDEX TO ** THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 



Jamaica, Change in the Constitution of, \i\ f 7 e , 
—23 fib , 

Representative Government in, 15 > 10 c 

Japanese in America, 2o m \0 d 

lUnqnet, S i 7 a 

L»jyHtion. \^ r 10c 

Java. French Mission to. A f9 f 

Jeannette Kxpedilion, Notices akout. .' i .'. ^— T.) 

; 7 /— 28 j 5 rf— 21* / 6 a—Slj 5 i/- 4 / :> i -7 / 

5 ?— 21 / 5 « 
the Remains of the Captain and his lilfated 

Comrades Reach N«w York, 22./ 5 ti— 7 w 10 e 

Elaborate Funeral of, 23 / 7 ^— 10 m 6 e 

Jerruld (Blanchard) Anecdute of his IClection as 

A Member of tba Reform Club, 14 m \j 
Je^sop and Sons, 31 m II d 
Jews* College, Tavistock Square, Mrs. Green 

Presents her Husband's Library to the Institu- 
tion. 6/11 € 
Hospital and Orphan Asylum, Annual 

Festival Dinner. 29 m 4 * 
Jewish Board of Guardians, 25th Annual Meet- 

iuK, 24/7 6 
Johnson (S. J.) on the (iccultation of Venus, 28 

and Ppringthorpe, on the Taxation of Gold 

and Silver Plate. &c., IS y 10 r/ 

Johnston (H. H.) on the West African Colonies 
ol I'ortugfll, 15 / 'J « 

(Jarae»)on the Keportof the Indian Educa- 
tion C^ommisisiim. 2'1 ) Z h 

(R. A.; on the C«: itulntijin« in. "I i K t 

(R. F.) on Nij^ht Attacks in War. 7 / 7 d 

Jones (Hev. W.) Lecture on Mr. (Gladstone's Life 

and Carter, 2 ; i e 
Journal of Indian Art. 1 m 5 a 
Joy (Henry) on his Catfe with Mr«, Miller. 2S 

jlh 

the PI intifT's Repndiatioh, *J!» j 10 e 

Judicial Sahiries, 25 ; 4 /— 30 / h fl 
Junker y Dr.) News about. 19 / II / 

Jung (Sirdar Diler) on the Assert ions* of fiir G. 
Yule, 7 ill A 

Junior Army and Navy Stores 13 i« 11 c ' 

j urisdiction of Scottish and Enj;lish Courts, 15 • 
JZe 

Justices of the Peace, New, for Chipping Wy- 
combe. 21 / 10 « ' 

Juvenile Offenders, Note on, V^ j ^ a 

K. 
Karslake (W. W.) on H. M. Ship Rodney, KmA f , 
Kaye & Co., on the Park Club Prosecution, U / ! 

Kay-Shuttleworth (Sit U.) on ^atiotmj Progress, . 

9j7f , , , 

Kennard (C. J.) on Grocers' Licence."*. 23 / A a 

Tempetante Itiatirance Statistic^, loy 10 c , 

Kennedy rSit Arthiir) Statue of, 1 1 ; 10 r 

Kerr (Mr. (!cttumissioner) an4 the Corporation ' 

of London, 2 m 10 e I 

Keshub (^hunde^. Sen and the Brabmo Somaj, 

10/7*1— 15 ; 8 fT 
Kidderminster Weavein and Female Labour, 7 

fl e 
Killoloe (New Bishop of; Notice af. 19 / 5 * ' 

King's College, Lo^idon^ New Professor, 12 / 10 c 
62 



King's Collet^e. London. Annual Dinner of tl.-. 
Stu«le ts. !» a p 

Annual Kntertainment to the Patients, . " 

;■ I L* /* 

4 th AimuHl Report. 29 / 5 / 

Kinns(l)r. SanuieH on the Scientific Accura. > 

of the Bible, 4 ; 10 a— 8 )1 d 9 i 7 d—\\ . ' 

^_1H ; 8 ^•-21 ; 10 rf— 23 ; 10 6 
Kleeberg (Clotilla; Concert at the Salle Era' 

Pans, 7 / 6 (I 
Knight (U. K.) on the Metropolis Water BjIL - 

/4 e 
KNIGHTHOOD AND BAEONETAGE:— 

Bolton. Col. F. J.. 2 ; 9/ 

Bowman. Wm., Barorv't, 5 ; 7 a— 8 ; 2 ' 

Hardy, Wm., I j 7 o— 4 ; 3 a 

Hartley. Chas. Augui^ius. 26/5 e 

Knight, Henry, lite Lord Mayor, 1 / 7 a 

Vane, H. M., I ; 7 a— 9 > 10 /• 

Knighton. Miss Barlow of Leicester Presenti » 

New Church to, 15 ; 5 f 
Krakatoa Eruption, 13/4 / 
Kyrle Society, Meeting of, 25 m 10 « 

L. 

Labbez Telemelre. 8 w* 6 / 
Labouchere ' — ) on Egypt, 9 j C <i 
Correction. 10 / 7 / 

at Northampton, 31 i« .'>/ 

at Welhngborough Liberal Ass<x-iation, .'3 

;• fi /• 

Lady Poor Law Guardian— Lady Burdett Coutr-^, 

31 wl) / 
Ladv's Complaint— Long and Short Fingerei 

Gloves, 4 ; 8 i» 
Lagdon ( Godfrey 1 Journey to Coomassie, 4 > o / 
Laing(S.) State Control of Railways. 7 j « j — 

15 / 8 a 
Lambeth, New Rect(»r. 21 m 10 d 

Poor in, 19 ; 8 a 

Proposed Cimrtcr for, 14 «< >< «/ 

Lancashire and Yorkshire Accident Insnraiue 

Company, 22 / 1 1 rf 
Land Act, Loans under, 1 m 3 e 

Commission for England, Report, 1© //♦ \ 

Frauds by American Speculators. Hi / .*» .« 

Held in Mortmain. New Bill, 18 m 4 « 

Reform Union, Meeting at St. James's H.r* 

10 M» r 

Landlords and Tenants, 25 / 4 6 

Langham Hotel Company, 3 iw 11 h 

L«ngh*y. Salt to Recover Extraordinary Tith'< 

at, 2r> / 10 / 
Laiij^port. Proposed Inorporation of, 22/2 «• 
L:i.««ker Incide»»t, 8 w 7 — 12 m 5 </ — \o m 7 " ~ 

1:0 m • d 

Prince Bismarck on, 14 w H d 

Latin Monetary Union, 1 / 5 r— 6 m 5 f 
Lavenliam. Suffolk, Recommencement of Be. t 

Sugar Making in. I m 3 e 
Laverick;J.G. on the White Elephant. 25 ? pi / 
Law ^^E. H.) Telerhonio (""ominunioation and t'j 

OoYernniGnt >^»aopo]y 'J'> / li' ^ 
Law of t'oinpa'.iea. il »■ 7 e 

of Evidence. New Bill on, !'» / 10 «i 

of Perambulators, 14 in 10 / 

iiife Assurance Society, 9/11 a 



y^uiAi 31, 1884.] pauier's index to tmk " times ** NEwsPAPkitb 



L^ 



l.w Reversionary Interest Society, 26 m \\ d 
- - Union Fire and Life Insurance Company, 

•-"< m lie * 

LAW: — 

— Actions in Common Law. *rc Civil Actions 

in the Superior Courts, ttee Civil Actions 

Appeal erases, see CiriL Actions 

('riminal Case!<. ^tf^ Mii>dlesex8k8«ioms 

Assizes for Plyni«)uih, 22 / lU « 

Western ("Circuit, IC /'i « 



Bankruptcies, set Bankbuptcies 

Bankruptcy Court Cajies, stt Bankruptcy 

Court 
Appeals. U / 12 c. 

Business, Is/ \Q f 

Bar Committee, 4 i lOs— U / I'i r_22 / ft / 

Meeting of, in the Inner Temple Hall, 20 

fWt 

and the New Rujes, 28 w 11 / 

Calls to the Bar. 28 ; 7 r— 80 78 <? 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, sf.e Admi- 

KiLTT Court 

in the Probate Court. rfe« Civil Actions 

Cases before the Provincial Magistrates, *ee 

Police 

Cause Lij«ts. 9 ; 9 / 

Central Criminal Court, Sessions, 4 1 3 /— 

iG ; 7 t 

; — rhaucery Division, Ai C /' 
— Circuit.'., II J lOd— 12 i 5 /— 14 / 1) /-ir> 
} 10 .y— 18/7 /— 19 i 11 «— 21 f 8 b—zi^ i 7 ,i 
-21 I 4 ^— 2(; ; 10 «~28 / 4 /— 29 / 3 e -30 ; 9 
/ -:51 » Ki-1 / (J«— 6 /•lOo— 7 / 11 <f— 9/9 
/— ll./4y— 12 /-Sc-lS/ 11 e_14./8tt-10 
lii ^ b 

of the Judges, Re-Arran^cntent of, 25 /" 

y e-2r>/6f— 1 f«4rf 

and Lord Justices of Appeal. 20 m 5 * 

• ('on^istory Court, a«« AhCiiK», &c. 

Co*inty v?«>urt Cases, see Civil Actions 

( 'uun for the Con >i<leration of Crown Cases 

Ki'Hcrvt'd, .-.#»<! (Criminal Trials 

of Appeal and Hilary Sittings. 1/26 

Day.s of Sittings of the Courts, in every 

day*x ftajt^r 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, .>ee Dividends 

Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

Ecclesiastical Cases, «« Arc hbs,&c. Court 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estatbs 

Examination of Witnesses. New Rule, 2 / 

»/ 

Examiners of the Court, 14 /*4 or 

- — Hilary Law Mttmgs, 7 > 9 /— 10 1 8 rf— 11 
> 7 / 

House of Lords Appeals, 6 / 10 a ] 

Judges' Chambers, 9 ; 4 A 

Judicature and Bankruptcy Rules, 1 m 5 e 

Judicial Committee, Note on, S> 12 « 

Sittings, 2 / 6 e 

Salaries. 26 ; 4./-<J0 j^d 

Lord Chancellor and the Cottrt of Appeal, 

25/ 7 f 

— — Lord Hayor^s Cottrt Actions, set CirtL 

Acnove 
Sittings, ro / 10 c~2l m^a 

Monopoly of the Bar, 6 j 10 a— 10 / 10/- 

yij 10 e-14; IS a-16 i 18 c 



Law (rnutinu*d\ 

Midland Circuit. 10 ; 10 6 

Northern Circuit, 2j 8 a 

Notices of Sittinjgrs of the Courts, in evtitf 

day*s paper 

of ('auses, &0., ta eveiy day's paper 

Oldest Judge on the Bench— Sir J. Bacon» 

11./ 10/ 

of Parhiorsbips. ace Partnerships 

Privy Council Proceeduigs, see Civil 

Actions 

Probate and Divorce Sittings, 1 /2 i 

Lists. % )h f 

Public Examinations see ecwy Wednesday's 

ani Saturday's paper 

Quarter Sessions, Trials in, sen Criminal 

Trials 

Resignation of Mr; Daniel, the Bradford 

County (^ourt Judge, 2i m b d 
Scotch Bench and Bar, «m Scotch 

Sequestrations, see Bankruptcies 

Spring Assizt'x. 12 m 10 <J 

Circuits of the Judges, 19 m lO a— 25 m 

h d 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

Summary Jurisdiction Bill (^Repeal, &c.) IM 

/ i(» r 

Supreme Court of Judicature (District 

(\)urts^ Bill. 14/ 6rf 

Fi-es. 21 ; 7 c 

Surrey Aseizcs, 2/6 c— 25 j W J—^ f A € 

— 11 / 4e 

Sworn Clerks in Chancery. 15 w 13 6 

Trial of Jury Actions, 4 ; 6 « 

of Middlesex Actions. 22 m C d 

Trisls in the Criminal Coutt, ste Criminal 

Trials 

Vflcation Sittings, 8 ; 5 r— 4 i «/— 8 .? 3 rt 

Winter Assizes and the Sittings of the 

Courts, 3 » 6 A 

Lawn'nce (Loid) New Stntue of. 1 /"7 c 
Lawrie J. G,) on the Load Line Committee, 1? 

./ 12 r 
Lawson ( Wilfrid on Drunkenness and Licensing, 
1 ; 7rf 

at Afbtonunder-Lyne, 6 / 6 e 

at Carlisle. 1 / 7 /" 

at Keswick. 21 » 10 d 

at a Liberal Meeting at Cleatormoor, 24 

J 9/ 

at Mary port 1 1 / 7 e 

on Obstruction, :c9 m J d 

LEADING ARTIOLEB 2— 

Access to Mountains, 25 m 10 4 

Address, Debate on, 7 / 9 e— 8/9 c 

*—- - A IsRce- Lorraine. 4j 9 c 

Approaching Session, 12y 9 «• -26 jd a 

-^ — Army Estimates, 12 m 9 c/— 16 in 9 /* 

Associated Chambers of Commerce, 2\J2d 

Australasian Federation 26 / 9 4f 

Australian Colonies, 19 > 11 </ 

Battle at Teh, 3 m 9 a 

BiihopHcs of Chester aiid Southwell, 18 / 

11 « 

Prince Bismarck on Herr Lasker, 14 in 9 d 

and the United States. 22y 9 e 

•-»- Blenbeitn Pictures, 14 / 9 tf 



i.e& 



rALHER 8 IHDKX TO " THE TfME9 HKWarATH* 



V 



'«U. A K« 



Leading: ATticles (confinitf^O* 

Mr, Bradlaugh and the Houae oQComnoiii, 
12/96 
' - Mr. Brftdlniigh's Election, 20 J 10 d 
--- Hrighion Election. 8 m 9 6 
British Association, 10 m 9 i 

- Business in Parliament, 28/9 6—21 m 9 4/ 
' '-'J^ m U />— 26 m9 / 

— ( Hbinet Council, 8 / 7 a— 28 ; 9 6 
^ - { npture of Bacnink, 14 m 9 </ 

- ('i«i«e of Belt V. Lawes, 18 m 10 a 

' of Brereton v. Great Eastern Raflwajr, 2$ 



of Gen. di Pesnola. 4 /*9 rf 

of London Financial Association v. 

I > »/ 9 e 
of the Bp. of Manchester, 28; 9 f 

of Lord Kassmore. 19 /' 10 a 

„f Wa)lf and Bonduraud, 21 i 9 rf 

- t ft? k! Disease. 14 ; 9 6 

Discrtfes Bill, 19m 9c 

'rra«le. 6 m 9 1^ 



Kelk, 



- M. Chamberlain at Newcastle, 16 j 9 a — 17 
/ 96 

i hespne's of Wheat, 29 7 9 rf 

— Bp. of Chrster, 14 ; 9 r 

Chinese Gordon aiid the Congo^ 5/96 

— < hurch of Sweden. 20 m 9 a 

• — City and G ttUds aiad Londaa Intitate, 19 m 
%d 

CiTil Enffincers, 9 / 9 c 

Close of the Circuits, I8y 9 d 

Coal and Cotton Trades. 8 ; 9 d 

Colispy Memorial. 9!> m 9 a 

CoDiiAg Session, 4 7 9 m— 4 /'9 a 

Condition of Rnsaia. 2/96 

(^onftct W'tween Engliah and Scorch Courta, 

1 IN 11 e 

Congo Treaty, 4 w 10 fl^-21 m 9/ 

Conservatives and ihe Situation. 14 /'9 a 

Constitutional Revision in France, 10; 9 6 

Correspondence on Railway Policy, 11 ; 9 c 

Cri'mation. 8 w 1 2 <i 

CriMis in Norway, 24 7 9 rf 

in Spain. 18; 9 e 

Dangers of Great Citie!». K ; 9 rf 

Death uf the Duke of Albanj, 29 m 9 c-81 

fN9a 

of Cetywavo, 11/9 6 

of A. Hayward, 4 / 9 r 

of Lord Hertford, 2« ; 9 c 

ef Francis HoH. 10; 9 r 

af M. Rouher^4/96 

Debate on Grand CoDimHtees. 14 / 9 rf 

on the Housing of the Poor, 5 m 10 a 

in the Lordsv 14/116 

on Merv, 11 m 10 ^ 

Debates in the House of Commons, 22/96 

Defeat ef Osman Digma. 14 m 9 a 

- Department of SUte for Scotland, 20/ 10 e 
Disused Burial Grounds, 13 m 9 d 

Duty on Plate, 7 ; 9 c 

DweUinga ef the Poor, 8/7 rf-26 i 9 6—23 

/ll/ 

Dynamite Plot, 29./ 10 6 

- Economic Crisis in France, 31 1 9 e 
-^ — £d«:atk>n of the People, 29 / 9 c 

<4 



LeikUng AztioIW {conttnuti). 

Egypi. 11 ;9a-2l ; 9 «— 28 / «►«— 2»i 9^ 

7^9 6—27 /•9#/-6»»9tf--15af 11 a 

and the Debate, 16 /* 1 1 « 

and Mr. Gladatone, 13/10/ 

and Gen. Gordon, 1 1 / 9 a 

and the Government. 12 / 3/— 2« m2 k 

and the Soudan. 16 t 9 a— 19/ 11 a 

Egyptian Affaire, 26 f% d— 20 m 9 *— 21 m 

9e 
Debates. 6/9 6-13/9 d -!•/ 9 /^«>/ 

10 a— 7 m9d-\\ m 106— 17fli9a 

Finance. 25 / 9 c 

End of the Ilbert Bill, 23> 9 6 

of the Recess, 2/9 « 

European Situation, 22 /O 6 

Explosion at Victoria, 27/ 9 c 

Fsilureof Messrs. TliomaaAO^., 2 t9d 

Fallof Tokir. 23/Ui/ 

Family Records. 9 j 9 d 

- Foot iind Mouth Dis. ase, 20 / 10 r 
For« ijrn Affairs. I j 9 6 

Mr. Forster and Lord Fitzraaurice, 22 / 9 e 

Forthcomir g Mnmoira of Heine, 80^ 9 J| 

Forts and the Volunteers, 24 j 9 a 

France and ( hina. 16 ; 9 6—13 ai 9 6 

and Madagaitcar, 28 m 10 6 

Franchiae Bill 1 m 1 1 a 

French Finance, 12/ 9 6 

■ in Madagascar. 24 ; 9 c 

Noveliata and Poets, 25 / 9 r 

— ^ Professors in En^laad, 4 / 9 d 

Gas C^ornpsnies Amalgamation, 16 / 9 «^ 

Geography iu Sdunil'*. \h f\» f 

Mr Gladstone aad Redistribation, 2» /'9e 

Gen. Gordon at Klwrtoiwn. 19/ »a— 21 / 9 • 

- Gen. Gordon *s Mi^Aion. 26 /96 

Positiort, 24 Ml 9 '»— 31 w9 6 

Mr. Goschen at Ripon. 31 i 9 a— 2/9 e 

Govern nient aad the Opposition, 17 ; 9 a— 

26 / 9 o 

PoKcy in the Soudan. 25 / 9 6 

Gen. Graham's Advance. 2rt m 9'a 

Grievances of British Shipownera, 16/11 a 

Guardianslup of Infants, 27 m 9 a 

Lenl Hartington*a Speech, 26ai 9 c 

Higher Education of Women, 1 01 11 d 

Hilary Siitmga. 12 t 9 « 

H(»uMngof London Poor, 22 /*9 d 

Hyde Park Railway, 6 | 9 e 

lllH^rt Bili H ; 8 6 

— Ini pending Vote of Cenaure. 8 /9 o 

Impotence of the House of Commons, 24 as 

9c/ 

I Indian Budget, 15 m II c 

I Railways. 16/11 d 

' Industrial and Reformatory Schoola, 10j9a 

, Installation of the Nizam, 7/9 d 

- Ireland and Reform. 10 at 9 6 
' Iriah Debate 21 /Or 

an Iris)^ Grand Committee, 26 / 9 a 

I Irish Gnevanees and their Remedies, tl m 

' 9d 

Land Debate. 6 w 9 6 

Question, 6 la 9 /■ 



Xtalv and Victor Emmanuel, 7 i%h 

Laaii liefarm^ 10; 9 c 



March 31, I88i.] palmer's iwdbx to " the times" newspaper. 



Led 



Leading Articles (ronttnved), 

Law and Police in Vienna, 1 /9 c 

- LeHseholders and Landlords, 20 m 9 a 

Liberal Deputations, 1 / 9 a 

LecMl Taxation. 29 m 9 e 

London Chamber of Commerce, 80^ 9 i 

GoTernroent, 5 fd d 

Sch»)ol Board. 1 /9 b 

-^-^— Expenditure, 8 m U • 

Water Supply. 16/9 « 

Mr. Mackonochie. I 5 9 rf 

Malvern HilU, \6j9c 

Marine Insurance Abroad. 81 f9tf 

- M. de Maupaa on the Coup d*£tat, 12 i 9e 
Meeting of Conrocation, iij 9 e 

of Parliament, 6y 9 /* 

Merchant Shipping Bill, 26/9 rf— 3 m 9 c— 

17 m 9 /—28 m 10 « 

Metropoliun Banks, 19y 11 c 

ImproTements. 28 7 9 <f 

Mihtary Discussion in Parliament. 20 m 9 </ 

Minister of Scotland, 17 7 9 r 

- Ministerial Cri-is in Spain, 21^96 

Murder of Soud »jkin. S j 9 e 

Naiionai Drink Bill, 27 m 9 e 

New Ministry in Egypt, 9> 9 « 

Speaker, 27/ 9 6 

Year Ceremonies. 2 > 9 rf 

Year's Day, 1 ; 9 a 

Sir S. Northcote and Edinburgh UnlTersity, 

l/9</ 

Northern Europe, a Bishop for, 7 ; 9 a 

Open Spaces. 23 j9d 

Opening of the Reichstag, 7 m 9 /* 

of the Session, 6 f9 d 

Overhead Wires. 14; 9 s 

Park Club, 8/ 9 rf 

Parliamentary Business, 1 m 11 h—% mild 

— 14m9/>— 17 m 9d 

Keform. 2 / 9 c 

Sir Parneirs Amendment to the Address, 9 

/9 c 

Part of the Work of the Next Session, 3i T c 

Party Disorganization. 18 / 9 6 

Pauperism in Paris, 6/9 s 

Pepys Memorial, 19 m'9 / 

Policy of the Government in Egypt, 6 m 9 

b^\9 m9b 

Polidcal Situation, 22 / 9 a— 29 ; 9 a— 18/ 

9 a 

Politics at Birmingham. 30 i 9 a 

Foreign and Domestic, 10 m 9 a 

— — Pope in Rome, 29 m9d 

Porte and the Patriarch of Constantinople, 

12 > 9 fr 

Position in Egypt. 18 ;' 9 a 

of the Government, 9/9 6 

Crofnpton Potter Sale. 24 m 9 e 

Private Legislation, 16 m 11 b 

^'Members* Bill?, 7^9 6 

Prussian Statesmen and German Journalism, 

J6.;9rf 
— '— Public Business during the Week, 26/9 a 

Executioner, 12 m 9/ 

Question of the Dtij, 26 t 9 a 

Radicals, Old and New, 27 f9e 

Railway Meetings, 18 /9 c 



Leading Articles (continued), 

Railways, 4 ; 9 ^ 

Mr. Ramsay *8 Explorations, 22 m 11 s 

• Reafforestiui^ of Irelnnd. 27 m 9 d 

Reception of M. Pailleron. 1 8 ; 9 s 

Re(;ruiting of the Army, 21 i 9 c 

Renewal of Political Activity. 10 ; 9fl 

Representation of the People Bill. 28 f9a^ 

29/9 /— 4 m 10 c— 24 m 9 k—2i m 9 e— 28 m 

9/ 

Resignation of the Egyptian Ministry, 8i 9 « 

of the Speaker, 26 r 9 

Revenue. 1 ; 9 6— 18 m 9 c 

M. Rouher and French Policy, 4 / 9 * 

Royal Commission on the West Indies, 19 / 

Russia. 18 ; 9 6 

and Merv, 25 / 12 a 

Russian Diplomatic Changes, 16/11 k 

Season before Easter, 99 j 9 e 

— - — Lord Shaftesbury at the Mansion House, (f 

m9 e 

Mr. Shaw-Lefevre in Manchester, 24i 9 ft 

Situation in Egypt, 7/9 a—i^j 9 a— 12 iit 

9b-lSm9a 

in the Soudan. 27 m 9 b 

Some Political Speeches, Z\j9b 

Soudan. 4 *n 10 « 

Spain. S 1 T b 

Speech To-day, 6 / 9 a 

Mr. Spencer and Parliament, 15 m 11 </ 

State Aided Emigration, 81 m 9 c 

of the Army. 6 m 9 s 

of Parties, 18 m 9 a 

Socialism in England. 22 / 9 if 

Trial m Norway, 28 / 9 c 

Stocks and Shares in Wall Street, 18 ; 9 <f 

— — Strength of Parties in the House of Coow 

mons, 5/96 

Suez Canal. 24 ; 9 a 

Sunday Opening of Museums 22 m 1 1 ^ 

Gen. Tchemaieflf, 27 f9 f 

Testimonial to Sir F. Leitrhton, 28 i 9 e 

Text of the Franchise Bill. 6m9d 

Three Important Judgments. 11 / 9'i^ 

Transvaal. 6 ; 9 «— 9 ; 9 6 

(Convention, 2\AJ9d 

Deputation, 18> 9 b 

Tunis. 2/9 6 

Ulster. Excitement in, 2 ;9a 

Virisection Question at Oxford, 6/ 9 / 

Voes of Onsure, 14^9*- 

War in Tonquin, 11 i 9 6 

-— Wellington Statue, 9 / 9 d 

Western t aciflc. 7 m 10 a 

th<) White Elephant. 26 ; 9 ^ 

Wreck of an American Steamer. 21 ; 9 s 

Yesterday in the House of I'ommons, 12 m 9^e 

Zwilosry.'l I ; 9 d 

Leake (Robt.) on the Representation of IreUmd>. 

10 w 4 / 
Leaseholders' Enfranchisement Assoeiation^ 

Special Meeting. 81 > 1 1 e 
LeatherseUers'' Company, 16 m 18 « 

Vacant (^ft^rkship, 11 7 10 A 

Ledocbewskii(Card.) Proscription Renewed, IS 

J 7«— 2t>/ 10 € 

65. 



P&LMBB'S IKDBX TO *^ tHB tlMB8 ME<¥flPAPBk. 



LJan. i U 



V^ ConBerratiTe Glub, Mr. Bourke at, 18 / 12 a 
l«e V.T. Kussell; od Juvenile Offendern, 19 7 6a 
Xieedi. Opening of the Liberal Club at Stanniog- 

lev, -29 ; 7 6 
< Conference^ Deputation to Mr. Gladstone, 1 

/ JO a 
Leeward Islands. New Governor, 7 ; 12 6 
Legal Appointments, 11^4 a— 29 ; tt €—1 1 / 9 / 

— 14y 9/— 14 w 10 e 

Education, Council of, 18 j 7 f 

^— Protection of Young Girls\ Mr. GladstODd 

on, 5 m A e 

Resignations. 19 / 10 c 

and General Life Assurance Society, 19 m 

lie 
Legislation for Shop Assistants, SO j i d 
Legislative Nullity, 2» / 8 a— 1 m6 f 
Leigh ton (John) on the Hoy all nstitution Theatre, 

24 /3a 
Leitner (G. W.) on the Compromise on thellbert 

BiU, Ai t>h 

the Malidi and the Khalifa, 2 j 12 d 

Lesseps (M. de) Account of, 22 y 8 c 

'. Movements of, 21 / 6 * 

Lethbridge (Fope) on Mr. Cross and the Ilbert 

Bill, 5 / 4 a 
Letters from the Highlands, a Separate Edition 

of, li/df 
Lever (Ellis) oa Mr. AUport and Railway Tra- 
vellers. 97 4/ 

Railway Travelling, 2j 4 a 

Levy & Co.. 14y 11 d 

Liberation Society Conference at Leicester, 9 / 

lib 
Libraries. Free— South Shields, 6 ; 9 ; 
Licen&ed Victuallers' Conference at Leeds, 21 / 

10 6—22 f Hd 
Lichfield ( Bp. of) Obtains a Seat in the House of 

Lords, 5 / lu « 
Liddell (A. C. C.) on the Reformatories and In- 
dustrial Schools Commission, 11 7 II / 
Lidgett (Geo.) on the Merchant Shipping Act, 

10 m 6/ 
Liebig*s Extract of Meat Company, 28 ; 11 < 
Life in the Far West, 4 ; 4 / 
Life-Saving St-rvice in the United States, 23/9/ 
Light Gold v^nestion, 26 m 8 c 
Lightning Strokes in France, Mr. Cochery's Re- 
port on, I m ti 6 
Lima. News about, 13 ; 7/ 
Limpus (Rev. H. F.) Commission of Inquiry into 

C'crtiiin Charges against, 29 7 G 6—31 j 5 </— 

lliy 4 c 
Rev. Spencer Buller Appointed in Charge, 

19/6e 
Linares Lead Mining Company, 7 m 11 d 
Lincoln (Bp. of) Letter to Gen. Gordon on the 

Slave Trade, 4 m 3 « 
Lincoln's Inn, New Bencher, 16/ 12 6 
Lincolnshire Chamber of Agriculture, Annual 

Meeting. 29 ; <> d 
Lindley y^ Lord Justice) Illness of, \b fod 
I'.indsay (Sir (^outts ) on Sir Jofthua Reyoolds at 

the Grosvcnor Gallery, 4 ; 6 rf 
Linen and Woollen Drapers' Institution, 52nd 

Anniversary, I wi 4 d 
Linn loan Society, rajK'rs Read before, '21 j 4j 



Lion Brewery Company, 7/11 d 

Fire Insurance Company, 21 / 11 r 

Lioy (Alex.) on a "Colonia Penitettziaria,'' 7 / 

12a 
Lisbon-Berlyn (Transvaal) Gold Fields, 24 at 1 1 c 
Littledale (R. F.) Fact v. Opinion, 14 / 12 c 
Littler (Ralph I). M.) on Statements of Priaooers. 

2 J 7d— 8 i 12 h 
Liverpool. Attempted Escape af 12 Convicts at 

Lime St. Station, 22 ; lOy 
Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meeting, 2 

- Com Trade, Alleged Frauds in, 9/ 9 /—1 2 
j9f 

Council of Education. Duke of Albany Dis- 
tributes the Prices and Awards at, 28 ; 10 e 

a Man, at the Irish Quarter of the City, 

Shot in both Legs, 25 / 7 e 

Poisoning Case at. the Two Women Com- 
mitted for Trial, 3 j 6 c 

University College, Meeting about, 29 / 6 c 

Visit of the Duke of Albany to. 26j9 r 

Liverymen in Parliament other than the Royal 

Family, 6 / 6 /' 
Lloyd's Bank of Birmingham Aroalgamatei with 

other Banks, 5 m 1 1 ^ 
Local Marine Bonrd. 15 ; 7 /— 26 ; 10 1— 26y 5 e 

Option, Archdn. Bardsley's Declaration in 

Fav«>ur of, 14 m 3 e 

Taxation, 12th Annual Return. 25 ; 7 c 

Loftie ( W. J.) on the London Municipal Reform 

16 t 12 r 
London (Bp. of) Notices about. 26 ; 8 e— « /"lO -t 
Central Club, Dinner on the Opening of, 

27 mi\d 
Chamber of Commerce, Meetings, 2 / 6 c— 

17;6/-24; I2 6-I4m 10/ 

Second Annual Dinner at Cannon Street 

Hotel. 30 ; 7 a 

(yity Mission, Meeting at the Mansion 

House. 12 m 11/ 

Cordage, Sack and Wagon Cover Company 

2'2j\\d 

Cottage Mission, Lady Colin Campbell and 

Hon. Mi8S Gordon Distribute Cloihing to the 
Poor in l.iim'house. Connected with. 10 ; 7 f 

Diocesan Conference, 3 m 7/— 5 m 6 c 

Financial Association. 4/1 1 6 -12y 11 c 

General Omnibus Company, 9/11 <f— 11 / 

II rf— 20./ 11 c 

Government Reform BHl, Meeting about 

16; 9/ 

and Health of, 9 ; 8 / 

Guarantee and Accident Company, 25 m 

11 e 

Hospital, Christmas Trees in the Children *» 

Wards. 9 ) 6 c 

Institution, Lectures at, Aj 2 tf— 8 / 3 tf — 

e;4/— 16; 9/— 6 fSd^6 / 7 rf— 20 m 11 

Mr. Horsburgh oa the Proprietors* Rights 

7/8 a 

Morayshire Club, 12th Anniversaiy Ftttiva 

32/ 6c 

Municipal Reform, ij\0 s— 12 m \% d 

" Conference of Delegates of Liberal and 

Radical Clubs, &c., at Lancaster House, Savof 

on, 10 w 8 II 



March 31, 1«84.] 



PALlftKR^S iHDKJi TO '* THE TIMES** NEWSPAPfilt. 



Itad: 



Iiondon Municipal Reform, Deputation to Sir S. 
Northcote on, 24 m 1 e 

-^ League, Banquet to, by the Junior Re- 
form Club of Liverpool. 5 ; 6 * 

Meeting of the Londt.n Municipal Reform 

League on the Bill, 31 mS a 

Meetings about. 14 7 10 rf— 15 j 6 a— 29 



J 3 6— 5/ 6 a— 14 /10a 

Notes on,.167 12 c— 22 ; 4 / 

Notices about. 25 w 6 d 

Speeches on, at the Constitutional Union 

I>inner. 37 w 6 */ 

Orphan Asylum, AnniTersary Dinner, 3 1 7 f 

' Watford^ 7 1st Anniversary Dinner, 28 / 

10/ 

Riverside Fish Market. 1 9 ; 8 o— 28 ; 11 a 

-T — Society for the Extension of University 

Teaching, Prospectus of Lectures and Classes, 

U i 10C--27/ 12 6 
Steamboat Company. 18/11 rf— 5 / 1 1 t/— 

14 All d—\2m 11 rf— 13 in 11 c-20 w 11 e 

University— Class Lists, I7 7 a— 14 ./ 10 c 

Examinations, 1 y 7 a— 9 j 6 e— 2 1 j 7 <t— 

12J 11 e 
and Counties Liberal Union, Deputation to 

Government on the Hours of Polling. 19 / 8 d 
and Lancashire Life Assurance Company, 

25 iM 1 1 e 

and Parisian Cabdrivers, 22 i 10 e 

and Provincial Fire Insurance Company. 27 

n 11 c 
■» Marine Insurance Company, 18 7 11 h — 

24 7 H 6—2 /lid 
and Staffordshire Fire Insurance Company, 

2&J Sc 
and Westminster Working Men*8 Constitu- 

tloaal Association, Lettvr to Lord Randolph 

Churchill, \5 3 d a 
Long (the African Explorer) Lecture in Paris 

on the Chief Actors in the Egyptian Drama, 

5 m 6 c 

New Picture " Anno Domini," 11 / 3 e 

Longevity as in the Timse Obituary, 19 m 4 (/ 

in the United States. 4 7 3 c 

Longfellow Memorial. Unveiling the Bust in 

Westminster Abbey, 26 / 10 c— 1 m 10 u— 3 m 

^« 
Longford (I^rd) on Hyde Park Corner, 12/4 c 

on the Irish Magistracy, 12 m 10 c 

Lord Mayor Fowler, DeniHlof hisLittle Daughter 

having on her Dress ** Fight the Bill Line by 

Line," 24 ; 8 c 
Mr. tirth's Authority for Saying so in his 

Speech in Kensington, 25 ; 7 s —28 ; 7 6 
-. The. Metropolitan Kxplams the llemarks, 26 

;Sc 

-. on the Dwellings of the Poor and the City 

of London. 28 j 7 / 

at an Evangelistic Meeting at Homcrton, 

18./ 7 d 

- Presentation of a Silver Salver to, by the 
Comroitt«>e of the Cornhm Ward. 13 / 4 <t 

T/)rds, Teni, o nl Mivl ^pir.tiid, IJol! of. "if; / 5 i 
i.jine ( »la.qu.s ot, uix charity Orga.iizaliun, 23 
; ilh 

1/oughborough Conservative Association, Ban- 
quet |Q Celebrate the Formation Qf, iO ; 10 c 



Loughres, Strange Discovery at. 14 7 8 6 

Lowe (C. F.) on Two-Eyed Rifle Shwjoting, 23 

; 12 a 
Lowell (J. R.) and the Foreign Office, 22 ; 6 rf 
Low t her (J.) and the Farmers' Alliance, 19 / 10 rf 
Lubbock (Sir James) at Bromley. 2/12 h 
(Sir John) and his Narrating the Atrocities 

of the Boers in Burning Alive a Heap of 

(^hildrua. 5/7/ 
Lucas (Auguste) on the French, and English 

Properly in Madagascar. 24 ; 8 r 
Lumley and Lumley. on the Land Loan, &c. 

Company of South Africa. 20 m 1 1 6 
Lunacv in Lancashire. Statistical Uetums, 31 

inl'd 
Lycian Art Monuments, Lectures on. .^e^NKWTOK 
Lyndhiirst (Lord) and the Deceased White's 

Sister Bill. 2 / 8 ' 
and the Marriage Act, Notes on, 1 1 / 8 a — 

14 / 8r— 19 / 4 a 

Notes on the Life of. 2 j \0 f 

Lynn (W. T.) on the Scientific Accuracy of tho 

Bible. 9/7/ 
Lyons (Kobt. D.) on the Reafforcsting of Ireland, 

6/86 

M. 
Maccle'jfield, Election of Proctor. 25 m ]0 e 
Maceo. the Cuban Refugee. Case of, 27 / IH /* 
Macfarlane (1). H.) on the Egyptian Cri^s, 12" 

/4e 
Macpie (M.) the Centenary of the Application 

of Steam to Road Locomotion n j 1 tt 
Maciver (David) on the Merchant Shipping Bill, 

31 m 7ri ' 

Mackay (J. W.) on the Atlantic Cables. 30 j \\ k 
Mackenzie (A. C.) his "Jason" at Sboreditch 

Town Hall. 27 / 10 rf 
Mackonochie (Rev. A. H.) Resigns the Living of 

St. Peter's. London Docks. 1 ; 9/ 
Maclean (J. M.) State Monopoly of Railways in 

India. 16/12 a 
Macliver f Stewart) Address to his Constituents 

at Plymouth. 17 » 6 <r 
Macquoid (Katharine k>.; on tlie Aysgartk Force, 

23/^4 d 
Mad Dogs. Ravages amongst Sheep by, 10 j 7 / 
MadHga«car Qiie.Htion, 25 m 5 a 
MADAGASCAR !- 

Arabjt Kecommence the Slave Trade in, 24 

; 5 e 

— British Subjects in, Left to their Fate by the. 
Pres nt Government. 23 ; 6 d 

Coronation of the Queen. 24 / 6 </— 25 ; 6 a 

and the Krejich. Parliamentary Paper oa 

the Corft'8ptmtlence Concerning. 7 / 10 6 

Autlioriries Refuse to Convey Official 

Despatches 9 / o 6—25 f^e 

an»l liiiglish Property in. Appeal for 

Redress. 24 7 H r 

Geol ),'icjil Survey of. 13 m 11 b 

CjOv Tnor of Tamatave Proposes Terms of 

Peace. 23 y 6 r/— 24 / 6 d 

IVrms A'*c<pt(»d by France wiih Two. 

A(Mi ioMiil Itetns. 23 y b </ -2.> / 5 e 

Miscellaneous News, 7 / 6 6 -10 ; 5 /— 24 

j 5 e— y / 5 rf— 25 / 4 e— 14 « 6 / 

Negotiations for Peace, 25^ 5 e— 25 / 8 ck 

67 



JMUd 



PALMER 6 INUKX TO 



:iE TIHK0 NEWSPAPER. 



[Uan. J to 



Madagascar— Norway Sends a War Vessel to 
Protect ibeip Subjects, 31 7 5 c 

— Note on the State of, 4 j 9^ 

— ^ the Quetiti Asserts she will Award do 

Territory to Fiance, &c.. 9 ; 6 i 
Maderia. State of, li) t S c 
Magnetism. Theory of, 4 m 4 A 
Magniac ^C.) on the Suez Canal, 22 ; 10 b 
Mahomedan Law, 7 fS b 
Mail Contracts, 21 / 4 / 
HAILS :— 
«es every (iny*a paper 

Indian, 27 / 5 a 

Main (Robt.) ('o^t of the Nary, 8 m 12 e 

Male SerranU. Grievance about their Sleeping 

Places, 10/ 12 a 
Malet ( A.) on Two- Eyed Rifle Shooting, 23 / 12 <? 
Malltfson (Col. G. B.) on the Lout Opportunities 

of the tiouKe of Austria, 1 1 ./ 6 / 
Malta, New Governor. 25 m 10 cf 
Malvern Hills. Bill to Prevent Encr«achinent on, 

IG ; 8 a 

— Note on, 24 i if 

Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Annual 

Meeting. 6/4./ 

Fire Assurance Company. 6 ; U o— 6 mile 

— • Liberal Association on the Reform Bill, 4 

mlO/ 

— Meeting of the Unemployed at, 19/10 e— 

10 m 6 6 

Reform Club, Soiree at. 24/8 « 

Manganese Bronze and Brass Company. 15 /Its 
Manhattan Beach Railway, Clerk Absconds with 

the Funds of, 15 m 7 y 
Manitoba, Land Regulations in, 8 j 4 r 
Miscellaneous News, 4 y 6 /— 27 f 8 d—A 

mbd 
and the Dominion Government, \9 fb d 

Disclaim all Connexion with the Irish 

Dynamiters, \ m 7 r. 

— Mortgage and Investment Company, 19 m 

11 c 

Manners (Lord John) at Botte^ford, 1 ./ 7/ 

(Christening of the Infant Daughter to 

whom Her Majesty was Sponsor, 24 ; 10 a 

on Free Importation of Cotton Manu- 
factured Goods. 26 f 6a 

— at Loughborough. 10/10 e 

TLady John) the Shipwrights* Company 

Present a Bust of Lord John to her Ladyship, 

9/ 9/- 28/ 18/— 25 /12 a 
Maiiftion House— Banquet to the Governor and 

Directors of the Bank of England. 31 ; 9/ 
»— to the Duke of Cambridge at, 18 /n 6/ 

10 the (/urporation, 12 ; 6 d—l6 j 5 / 

to Ix)rd and Lady Manners at, 25 / 12 a 

^— to the Metropolian Board of Works, 20 

m5/ 

■ to the Marquis of Salisbury, 2A m d d 
to Lord bhaftesbury at, 12 j 9/— 8 m 9 • 

— 6 m 6 ^ 
^— Entertainment to Capt. Gosset, 6/10 a— 11 

/«* 

— Juvenile Fancy Dress Ball at. 18 / 5 / 
•»— Meetiug in Aid of the Hoyal Sea Bathing 

Infirmary at, 12 m 12 a 

■ of the London City Mission at, 12 m 11 / 
68 



Mansion House, Receptions. 2/9/ 

Manufacturers' and M.liowners' Mutual Aid 
Association, 25 / lie 

Marbella Iron Ore Company. 2 f\\ e 

Maria Grey \fiddle Class School for Girls, 
Annual Distribution of Prizes, 12 m 10 / 

Marine Biological Laboratory, Proposal to Found, 
17 m 10 « 

Insuraace Company, 19/18 «— 25 « 9 a 

New Scheme of. 2 / 1 1 e 

and General Mutual Life Assurance Society, 

Maritime Insurance Company, 22 M 1 d 

Markham (,Cha$.) on the Coal Trade, 2 / 8 e 

Marriage of the Prince of Salm and Mdlie 
Legrand Dissolved, 18/ 5 / 

with a Deceased V'ife*s Sister. Noteeon such 

Marriages being Legal before \t^35,2fS 6—19 
/4a 

No.ices about the New Bill, 12 m 4/— 28 

mid 

Marriages Announced, 16/11 e 

at the Greek Church in England, Bill to 

legalize, 18 / 7« 

MARRIAGES : -In consequence of the Resris- 
trar-General having a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the Briti-h Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time, at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lists as adver* 
tised in the Ttmea, 

Brodrick, Hon. Aug. Louisa, Aj9f 

Carmarthen. Lord, 14 / 5 A 

Duncombe. Lady Hermione« 18 /9/ 

Galitzin. Princess Tatiana, 21/5 

Galvagna, Baron, 21 / 5 c 

Garibaldi. Clelia, 2fi fbd 

Grazialdi. Professor, 28 /5 rf 

Kildare, Marquis of. 18 ; 9 /" 

Kotschonbey. Prince, 24 / 5 e 

Lambton. Lady K., 14 / 5 / 

Malvezzi, Mdll<»., 20 / 9rf 

Meihuen, Col. Paul, 10 / 6 / 

Peck, C. E., 4 / 9 / 

Renton, Miss. 4/ 9/ 

Rose-lnnes. Miss. 8 9 7a 

Ku8<ell. Dr. W. H., 20 / 9 rf 

Rutherforl, Rev. G., 4 j 9 /" 

Sauford, Mary Ethel, 10/6/ 

San t ley, — , 8 / 7 o 

Serrano, Daughter of Marshal, 24 / 5 • 

Marriott (W. T.) on the Brighton Election, I m 

5a 
Martin (Joseph) on an Exploring Expedition, 21 

i a 
(J. B.) on Seigneuriage and Mint Charges, 

28 m 11 
Marven (Chas.) on the Russian Occupation of 

Merv, 1 m 7 e 
Mas »n (W. U.) on the English Church in India, 

4i2/ 
Maspero (Prof.) New Catalogue of the Bonlak 

Mu<eum. 11/8 /— 22 MO a 

Work in Egypt, 28 ^ 8/ 

Massenet's Herodlade at Paris, 4 / 5 r 
Matrimonial Causes Act. 16/6 t—^S/K^d 
Maurice (C. E.) on the Enlargement of Hamp- 

stead Ueath, 5y 8 a 



March 31, 1884.] palmge's index to "the timbs" newspai-bh. 



Uet 



Chamberlain on, 27 m (> h 
Depiitation to Government about, 7 



Manritius Land Credit and Agency Company, 
15 m 13r-.27iM II e 

Marx (Dr. Karl) Demonstration of the Commu- 
nistic Working Men*8 Club in Tottenham 
Court Road in Commemoration of, 17 m 10 d 

Max MuUer (F.)on Bunyiu Nanjio, 19 jm 6 « 

—. — (Professor) Lecture on Hammohun Roy, 2 
f7a 

May (Bowen) on the late Mr. Hollowny, \ i 7 f 

Mayence, Interesting Roman Discoveries in. 8 
; 10/ 

M'Alister (Donald) on How a Bone is Built, 8 
jS a 

M'Coan (J. C.) on the Egyptian Problem. 8 / 7 e 

M'Kenzie (Dr. Morelh on the Uygltoe of the 
Voice and .Speech, 24.; 7 d 

(John) on the Western Boundary of the 

Transvaal, 24 ; 7 6 

Hears (J. £.) Treatment of Natives in the Trans- 
vaal, 4 > 3 k 

Medical Acts Amendment Bill, 23j\0d 

Reform, S / \0 d 

Women in India. 12/8 //-16 f \2 e 

Medjidieh Orders Conferred, 20 / 9 rf— 8 m 6 c 
->22 m 5 « 

Meersbrook Land Society*s Kntate. Desperate 
Conflict on, between a Policeman and a Thief, 
Sill/ 

Meetings in the Provinces Condemning the Policy 
of the Government, 16/7 ^ 

in Prince's Hall, Piccadilly, against the 

Policy of the Government in Egypt, 18/ 12 a 

KEETIKGS OF 0BEDIT0B8:— 

— Brogden, A. and Henry, 24 j 6 / 
Cohen, Daniel, 11/7/ 

Dobie & Co., of Glasgow, 24 / G / 

Kettle & Co., of Glasgow. 7/11 r/-21 / 11 rf 

Martin, Turner & Co., of Glasgow, 19 »i 1 1 6 

Monteith & Co.. of Glasgow, 21 y 11 i' 

Peyton, Edw., 25 / Ut/—2\i fh c 

Ranger, Morris, 5 j 10 rf-lS / 6 rf— 2 f W f 

—12/ 10 <? 

Saddington L Co.. of Sydney and London, 

22/lOd 

Tucker, Saville A., 9 / 12 r-U / 4 ^/ 

Young and Lark. 9/11 a 

Melton Mowbray Con^e^vativo Association, the 

Opening Banquet. 2() m 8 e 
Mendelssohirs - Walpurgi«< Night," \^\ j If 
Mercantile Steamship Com puny. (\ t W d 
Merchant Lectures, '6 m \\ e 

Marine Insurance Company, 14 / 11 d 

Annual Report, 30 i \\ a 

Shipping BiU and the Board of Trade, 24 

T 12 a— 25 ; 6/- 23/ 13 e 
and the Britannia Steamship Insurance 

Association, 21 m 10 a 
and British Sailors. 16 m 6 «— 28 w 3 f 

Mr. Chamberlain's Letter to Mr. Reld on, 

22 m 10/ 
■ Committee of Lloyd's Invite the Opinion 

of all Marine Insurance Companies on, 6 m 6 </ 
• Correspondence of Sir D. Currle and Mr. 



Merchant Shipping Act-Letter of Mr. Fnrror 

to the President of the Chamber of >hipping, 

1 1 7N 4 a 

and the Grimsby Shipowners. 20 w 10 « 

Letter from the Committee of Lloyd's to Mr. 

Chamberlain on their Previous Meeting, 6 m 

10 e 
and the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, 

^5 iit9 6 
Meeting of the Balloon and Scientific 

Society to Consider. 16 m 10 a 

. at Lloyd's on, 28 / 10 « 

of Shipowners, at Cannon Street Hotel 



on. 5 m tic 
Meetings about, 26 / 5 /•-2G / 10 /- .'S 

/ 9 e— 29 fb r— 1 m 18 r~3 m 12 a— 20 m 10 d 
North of England Boiler Makers' Society 

on, 18 IN 12 a 

. Notes about, 1 m 5 r— 8 i« 13 e— 10 m (; / 



12 a 



Mr. Jb'arrei 'i Letter to Lloyds, I w 6 c 



— 13/n 6c— 17 m Via 

^otice8 about, 1 «* 13 €—19 wi 12 ^r 

Mr. Palmer and Mr. Gladstone on, 13 m 9 

e 14 m lOii— 26i« 10 e 

Papers Laid before Parliaraent on, 17 m 

12 n 

Resolutions Forwarded to the Board of 

Trade, from Clubs. Aspociations. &c., 12 m lOe 

Review of the Bill, 14 m 4 d 

United Kingdom Mutual Steamship As- 
surance Association and Mr. Gladstone on, 24 
m\\ d 

Mersey Tunnel. 2 / 7/-3 / 5 c—l j 7 d— 8> 10 o 

— 14 7 n /-16;6 6— 18;8c 
Merv and Afghanistan, 20 ;n 8 6 
Metropolitan Asylums Board. Meetings, 8 j 3 c 

I -4/9 /— 19 f^ a— 18 »i 10 c— 31 m 9 s 
1 KETBOPOLITAK BOABD OF WORKS ;— 

I Building Report. 26/ 6 c 

' Elephant and Cnsile Theatre, 5 i 6 b 

Fi!iancial Statement, 19 j 9 a— 2 /7 «— 1.'» 

m 6 rf-22 m 13 r/ 

Gas-Testing Office. 5/66 

' Meetings, o / 6 6-12 i 7 6—19 ; 9 a— 26 / 6 

f_2/7s-n/6ci-l5/ 10/— 18/4/— 23 t 

10 /—I m 14 a— 10 /« 4 c— 16 m 5 c/— 22 m 13 

c/— 81 m 6 6 

- New Sewers. 12/76 

Parks and Open Spaces, 2/76 

i Salaries of OflBcers, Proposed Increase, 1 1 

/ 6 rt 
' Tramways at Brixton, 12/7 6- 26i 6 c- 1 

w 14 a 

t in East London. 18/4 /•-23 / 10 / 

I Vote of Condole.. ee to the Family of Mr. 

I Llovd. 10 w 4 r 

I — \Vater by Meter. ;"> / 6 6—15/ 10 /' 

Woolwich Sieam Ferry, 26 / iJ r 

I Metropolitan (Brush) Electric Light and Power 
i Company, 26 / II ry-29 ; 11 d-AJ 11 6-14 / 
n d—\ M 13 c 

. Commons, New Bill about. 20 »i 4 < 

Liberal Associations Deputation to Mr. 

Gla.Utone, 1 / lO*- 

- PMuperism. 3/ 3e— 19/ l6e-24/4a-8l 
,•9 /_7 / 4 /— 14/ 11 /-22 / 8 rf-28 / U u 
_7 ,„ 4 a— 14 m 3 d—2i m 6 rf— 28 mile 

School Fees, 31 m 4/ 

K 69 



Het 



PAL1IKR*8 IKDBX TO *' THK TIMES " NRWdPAPER. 



[Jan. I l^> 



Metiupulitan I'uhlic Gardens Association. Do* 
nations to. 4 m 4 c 

- Railwrav Carriage and Wagon Compsinv, 6 
7 11 </ 

Ratepayers* Proteftlon Association, Meet- 
ing of. on Municipal lieform, € f *< h 

Sewaife Di^charipe, First Uep.»rt of Ho>al 

(Commission. 1 f "i f 

Street Improvement, ()pi»ninj: of Ni-\* i»«>.nJs, 

2A iw 10 / 

Mexican Pyramid. SjSh 
MEXICO:- 

Loan. 7 i 6 a— 27 /"5 * -2S /' 5 / 

Mit^cellaneous News. 18 / « /» 

Ship Railway Across. IH M *» 

- and the United States. 12 tn 4 e— i:^ m ."i e 
Middlesex ConservatiTO Association, Annual 

Meeting. 14 /'Be- 

Sessions —Accounts and General Purposes, 

2.5; 4 6— 22 / 11 e 

Miscellaneous Businetis. 2.S / 4 ^—22 fWt 

Salary of the Assistant Ju<ig« to be in- 
creased, T2 f'W f 
Midland Bishopric, 14 ; 10 A 

Hotel, Blrniinghnm. 24 j 1 1 e 

^lid-night " \Vat<*h " Strrvices. \ j 9 f 

Mikluho-Miiclay < M. de) Note on. 24 ; 12 r 

>Iiibank (F. A.) on Pii^eon Shooting. 1 m a I 

Mildti048 of the SiMsoi. 21 ; ^ • 

Miles rintting Case. Note on. i:» m .">/■ 

Milk. Carriiijjc of, in >cw York State. ITi ; in r 

Miuural Wealth of Quct^nslaMd. IJ m lU p 

Staiistics, 7 w 4 » 

Miners' (^onterence at Difmin<;h.jtn. o > ;' 12 </ — 
;)l ; 11 c 

lJfe*Savhig Institution, 12 m \\) t 

Wayes. Meeting uUout. ^ j 1 1 e 

MINIKG IKTELLIQENCEi- 

^— Accidcn's. see A< oii»ENi!» — Mimno 

- Business of the Week, la f-nh •/•/</ ".«/»<* j**i', 
kiider Mi>rwif Ma rift 

- i'otiipanies RegLstcred in ISh;\ 2/ 4 /' 
in the Lake Superior Reffion. A A f 

— — State of Shares in Compatius, *«« ereijj/ 
dtiffs paper ^ 

Ministerial Movements. 2 / 5 «— 5 / J» /- 7 »' i> /— 
Ittf 5 /~1U; II /— 22 / yy-24 ; S6-5m Ui h 

the Cabinet at tjsbomei 2 / *.) f 

Minors Protection Joint C'oniniittee for Protec- 
tion of Ytmi.g Girls, 15 / lo r— l»S / in / 

Minorca, Port Mahon Dechired a Free Tort, 8 

.;6/ 

Miscellaneous For(.'ign News, stf fvfty f^m/\<t puf-er 
Missing Clergyman — RcT. Mr. Fenwirk. 2./ Ioa 

Discovered in riierbourg Uock. <» / 10^ 

Misaioitary Work in Canada. 13 *n fs a 

Mitchell Trust Fund, Actmn apun^t Koinan 

Catholic Bishops Trustees. 2a / 4 u 
Mitchell (CiO un ihe Extension of the Fianchi^e. 

?^M Pic 
Mivart (St. Q«o.) on the Parks Railway, 18 mt>b 
Moncreif : AO on Harbour liefences. lH f A d 
KOMET MARKBT:- 
BilU on Uului, IVudeiJ* for, ;i / S ._i(> y n 

a— 17 7 11 n— 24/11 a-Sl » 11 a - 7 / II a- 

SZ-ll a-14 / 11 a-21 f'll a--28 ; U a— 13 

w 11 a-2Qi« U « 
7« 



Honey Market (continued). 
Cape Vovfu Li»an. 17 i 11 A 

City of Auckland Bonds, 11/116 

(ila^gow Stock, 26 w 11 *i 

Uutigurian Loan. 25 m 11 « 

Land an«l Loan Company of New ZealaTi'!, 

share*. 2«i w 11 h 
Liverpool Corp<»ration Stock, 7 y 11 6— i*> 

f IHa . 
Mexican Finance, 4 / 11 i* 

- New Zealand Stivk, 4/11 //— 12 / 1 1 <i 

Notices of. sff rcery dage pitper 

(Ottoman Public l>ebt, 29 / 1 1 6 

Paris Market, see every day* jpaper 

Railway Market, 2 ; 11 «-3 i 8 u — 2y ; U 

n-\2 f \i a 

Rates for Money Current. Ac, 11 ; 11 *• — 

18 ; 11 6-1 / 11 r-22 / II 6-21) / 11 6—7 't. 
II 6— Um II 6—21 m 11 6— 2tiw U h 

Sheffield (Corporation Bonds. 22 / 11 6 

Sute of the Market, see evrry dtiy\ papei 

Treasury Bills, Tenders for. 3 ; » a 

Cruguayaii Public Debt. 12/11 a 

Virginian lionds. 11 ; II k—VA t LJ b 

JudgnKMtt of the Suprt'me t'ourt of tlis 

rniti«d States in the Case of. 2/11^ 
5tono|)oly of the Bar. NoUs v»n. & / 10 a— 10,i I ' 

/ _ M y 10 ^— 1 4 7 1 2 «i - 15 ; 1 2 «- 
Monte Carlo. I)cK*iiption of, II / 7 *• 

Scandsd. i:> ; .'. i -'M / 5 .—4 / 7* d—7 f ."> • 

— 12 / 5 6-lil / 5 r/ 

Montea^lc y^ Loid ) tm the Deadlock m Irish Lan !. 

Aw 4 / 
Monti'fiore (Sir Mo»cs (Vntenary Meni.»r:..t 

Notice abont. 21 / 7 r 

Health of. 25 / (i // 

MONTENEOBO:- 

and Albania, VJ i 7 d—2i*^j 5 e-31 \^ • -\ 

fh d—1 f o e — \o Ml 7 e 

New Drama by Prince NichoLis of . 11/'.' • 

the Princtss of. Movements of. :?4 j 8 6 

the Royal F.inuly in Pari*, 2_/ 8 6 

Theatrical News. 19 / 7 «i 

Montmorency \^iA. S do) on Jaan Maria Shu>er. 

19;9r/ 
Montreal Loan and Mortgage Company. :h 

Treasurer Abswonds, 10 / 5 e 
Moody (^11.) on the Canadian Pacific Railway. -J 

7 II 4 
Morgan ^E. D.) on the Conijo, 5 ut l i- 

(,()r>borne. at Denbigh, \^ i b • 

at the Kast Surrey Liberal A^sociati - . 

at the Crystal Palace, 26 m 1<) d 

Ht L\»e«l8. 29 / 7 6 



Morii-e Wn) ) on the Suakin Kxpedition IS /^ '^ 
Moll -x . lAird; at Plymouth. TJ j 7 ./ 
MORClCOO:- 

Kr.iish Officials at Gibralta Send a Bta. 

Btiy liack to slavery without Juat Cause, - 
m A r 

(*ount Chavagnae Purchai^es Mii»e« in. * 

/ 5 /-21; o / 

Denih of '.h.' Sul»rtn*H V\h'^' S..'i. I , ♦: i 

French Aotion in. -^ i 7 u 

— MioCi-Uaiieous News, 2^ / *i «• »J n 5 / 
Treai> Iwi^hu of Foreign S r/^- .« 'j I 

Rccoguized, '2b J a c 



March 3i, 1884.] t>ALSlER*8 index to THK '* tlMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



Kap 



Morrison (W. T.) on Chili and Peru, 31 w 8 « 
Most (Herr)on Coiuniuniani. ]fi m 5 e 
Alountaineering on the Himalayas, 8; 7 rf 
.Mufller ;l>r. Hermann; Fund for the Widow of, 

iS ) 7 r 
Wnir ^\y.) on Mr. George^s Theories, 29 / 8 A 
MiilltT (Wilhelm) Proposed Naiionai Monument 

to. 19 / 10 </ 
Mundilhi(— ) in Glasgow, 4 j 9/— 11 > 8 c— 14 

♦ 6e 

in Edinbuigh. 15 / 10 e— 1« ; 6 c— 17 / 10 d 

— 19; \^e 

on Middle Class Education at Clapham, 22 

/6c 
Municipal Boroughs, 15 m 10 a 

fi ailding Society, HI w 11 d 

Elections, 21 / 6 d—'2ij 11 6—26 /'S e 

Petitions, 14/ 10 6 

Kin.'ince, 19 ; 5 / 

House Ppoj)erty Tru?t, S\ m \l d 

-^ - Reform, see London 

Meetings on, 6 / 8 6 

Muntz Metal Com[)any, 22 tn 13 6 
MURDEBS:— 

Mrs. Ann Ancock, of Bow, 10 i 10 « 

Detective Block at Floridsdorf, 26 ; 5 c— 

'J9 / 5 d 

Pension Granted to the Widow. 5 m 7 d 

M. Bott, the Public Executioner, at Brunn, 

2 . 5« 

M. de Cesare. Abbot of the Benedictines of 

Muntenergine, in Home, 19/7 r/— 26 i 6/ 

Herr £i9ert and Brutal Assault on his Two 

Childnrii and their Goyerness in Vienna, 11/5 
/-l4/o<— 14/ 6A— 15; oc— 18; 5 c— 24 ;5 
^—25 / 5 </— 28 / 5 <?— 22 tu 7 f — -4 //i 5 r. 

Dr. Friedenwangen, his Wife, ('hild and 

Servant, the Murderers afterwards Setting Fire 
to their House, 23 / 7 6—1 tn 7 r— 6 m 7 J— 6 
lit 5 d 

- Mrs Glasscock and her Three Children, by ' 
}ier 1 Ill-band who afterwards Set Fire to his 
lioiiMe mid Committed Suicide, 5 m 7 / ! 

- Mm. Hollis. at Birtninxh:mi. and Suicide of 
her Assassin, 20 m ii/—2\ m lOe 

an Ii^faut, by itn Grandmother, at Ipswich, 

24 m JO e 

Lord Leitrim, Confession of an Accomplice. 

3m 9/ 
Mrs. Mackay, by her Husband, in Glasgow, 

6/5d 

Mrs.fMari, by her Husband, who afterwards 

i$hot himself. 2lj 10 d 

Mrs. Mathan, her Daughter, her Step- 
daughter and Senrant, at larragona, by a 
shoemaker, a m 5 f 

M rs. M*Culloch, at Glasgow, by her II uaband, 

5/« r 

M. Michel, at Aix, 7 w 5 a 

Albert Miles, by anf>tber CoatemiODger, at 

Bath. ,1 ; 5 </ 

Mtchael MuUett, at LirerpooL 9 j 7 « 

— ^ Edward Perkins, in Arthur Street, Weat 

City. 31 «i 10/ 

Madame Poignant and bar Serrant, Sup- 

po»ed by her Son, 28 f 6 6—7 mSk 

Cstberine Price, by her Stepson, who after- 
wards l!iit hia 1 hrriAl. ^ti m ti f 



Murders (^continued), 

Mrs. Uathbone, by her Husband, in Han- 
over. 1/11/ 

Shkriiiba, a Nihilist Spy, for Treachery to 

his Party, 15/ 8 e 

MrA. Smart, by her Husband, in Edinburgh, 

7>«/ 

Col. Soudaikin. Chief of the Russian Secret 

Police, and his Assistant, in St. Petersburg, 2 
; 5 c— 4 ; 6 c— 7 • ii a— 9 / 5 / — 1 1 /6c 

Arrest of Five of the Murderers, 10 /5 r 

of 32 Students on Su»picioQ, 11 / 6 c 

Arrests, 18 »i o'd 

' (?ause of the Murder, 8.8a 

Funeral of. 2 j 5 e 

Nihilist Account of, 25 ? 6 a 

Notices about, 16/6 L — 1 w 7 € 

Proclamation of the Executive Announc- 
ing Sentence of Death against any PerKon 
Giving np Degaiefif the Murderer, iv) m o c 

a Spanish Sailor, at Liverpool, in m 10 d 

Two Women Named May bee. at Brookville 

Long Island, Coniession of. 19 ; 7 / 

Annie Tales, in Burton Crescent, 11 w \\ d 

— 12 m 12 a— 13 in 10/— 26 tn 5 e 

Attempted, of Sergt. Best, by Craggs an 

Kx-1'ohceman, who afterwards Drowned him- 
self, IH/6e 

Mr. Fairbairn Hall, by a Workman, at 



llaswttU, 7 / 6 e 

Mrs. Lloy<l, by htr Husband, in Birming- 
ham, 7 / 6/— »./ io e— 12 1 7 b 

Miss Pole, at Forestgate, by her Dis- 

apptiinted Lover. 16 / 9 e 

Joseph Thay, in Birmingham, by his 

Sister, 6j 10 « 

Supposed, of an infant. Found at New 

Southgate, 14/6/ 

John Brown Tower, Found in the New 

Kiver Uettervoir. at Stoke Newington, 3 j 4 c 
—4 ; 10 6—6 I'l e-1 J 10 <i— 8 j 10 a — 10 / 1 1 
I —I I / 7 a— 12 / 5 / — 15 ; 7 e 



Murderous Outrage on a Young Woman, Eliza 
Cartwrighl, i.ear Wolverhampton, 4)6 e— 6 
j 8 a— 7 / 6 e-« / 10 6—9 ; 7 <?— 10 / 10 « 

Murdock ( Wm.) the Inventor of Railways. Meet- 
ing to form some Fitting Memorial in bis 
Honour, 6 ; 7 6 

Murray ;G. J.,> on Lord Lyndhurst and the 
Marriage Law, 19 / 4 u 

Museums, Evening Opeiung of, 18 j 10 e— 31 

i 10/ 

Musgrave (Geo. A.) on tho M. de Mikhibo-Mac- 
lay, 24/ 12 c 

Music in 1883, 8 /6 a 

Ancient and Modern, Lecture on, 6 /^ a 

for the People— Concert at Bermondaey, 14 

/6e 

Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation, 26 m 1 1 </ 

Life Asburance Society, 60th Annual Re- 
port, 21 / 11 6 

Tontine (Westminster Chambert) Associa- 
tion, 27 / 11 c 

N. 

Nai Pleng, on the White Elephant, 29 ; 8 6 

Napier of MagdaU (Lord) Health of, 6 / 8 c 

and Warrant Offlcera, lU m 6 ^ 

71 



Fat 



PALHEa a iiTDSx T* " TUK Tima iniW8FAFnE« 



[Jan. 1 ti 



Nfttional African CompanT, 11 1 11 d 

Art Traiaing School,' Diftiibntion of ProM, 

$m\Od 
— — Cyclists' Onion and Tonriog Clob, Annual 

hupiier, \2 fSd 

Debt, vim 4a 

I>efencpf. 24 ; 10 b 

Diaoount Companj, 8 i 9 i— 12 ill 6—18 

7 1 1 /--T / 1 1 tf 

- Expenditare, 80 ; 9 / 

Fi«b rnlrure Association, 6 / 4 / 

Freeho «l Land S'jciety, 4 HI e 

Gallery snd English Collectiona, I m 5 h 

Liberal Clob, 30 ; 12 rf-U/6 e 

Ixwd Dalhoasie UnTeils a Bast of Mr. 

Gladstone at. 10/6 6 

Hoa^e l>h]o«rs, 7 f\Oe 

Meetinjf at, on the Representation of the 

Il'iti) • Connties, 27 m 6 e 

Life Assurance Society, Annual Report, 21 
/// t I .f 

Mtvrtfgnge and Af^ency Company, of New 
Z utiml 2.-./ 11 e— 7 f il e 

Orphan Home, 84th AnniTersary Dinner, 
?7 w r» ^ 

Fortntt 6allei7. Additions to. 8 nt 14 a 

Pronden» Institotion. 14/11 e 

Keform Union In Manchester. Annual Meet- 
iii|(. \ i 7 h - -25 / 7 / 

Mr. W. K. For»iter at 20 ; 7 « 

Reriew, nr. ArticU: by Lady John Manners 
in. 2«/'l0 6 

RifU* AsMiHation, Winter Meeting, 29/8y 

— Hfcnritv Savinj^s Bank. 7 ; 1 1 e 

HtandanI Land Mortgage and iDrettment 

Cmnpany, f H m II e 

HteMmnhip ('ompany. 29 /" 1? e 

Tdeph«inf Company. 8/11 «— 22/ 11 d 

' — TemrMfram« Federation, Meeting at Exeter 
llitB. 7 / 9/ 

Union of ConserTAtire Association, New 
Oittrman. 16 / II « 
5..'.4| Knjjphf* r.f WindPor. 12 / 10 </-6 m 11 e 
V iVAL AffP MILITARY INTELLIOENCE :— j 
Aftip'/mtfiHtnin and Promotions, «<« everjf 

dot/'» pttf »r 

- - Arrnt f"ir<;aUrs. 12 w 8 6 
— ^ KAtiniat4rs. 11 w II d 

' KxiH-mlfture, 2» / II / 

^~ ^~ MHwail I>epartinent. 1 6 /" 12 6 

- ■ Organiaeatirm, l{» / 8 d 

*<i\v^ at NHley, 5 /6s i 

>»av Di'rmrtment. 2\ j 7 d 

Artillery mnd Armour Plates. 1 2 /"S rf ' 

AiiUimatir Artillery Fire. 16 »w io r ' 

- Bakw P»«ha, Pet&tk>n to the Queen to Re- ' 
instate Mm in the Koyat Army, 20 m \0 a ' 

- Channel Kc|«adron, 81 ;9«— 18/7c-6 m I 
ikJ-M^m 6/-I8W8 ^-20 ai 6 a 

- iUimmS^Um§ in the Army, 7^86 

~ Cmti Martial on Edmund Brider, 26 / 8 « 

on tfie r>W<wa of the Euphrates, 28 / 14 6 

— 27/6/-2H/'6rf 

- KnglUh Hqoadron at Majorca, 21 i 7/ 
Fi.tt Life Guarda. 81 «. 10 <t 

— - Foriirtfailons, Note on. 81 J if 
Gi*fieral Orders, 12 m • 6 



KnTftl and MiUtniy IntolUgenoe (continued). 
Good Conduct and Long Serrice Medal 

Awards. 2/ 6^—14 /^lO o-12/ll/— 1 mW 

d-.21 m 10 c 
Sendee Pension for Captaina— Award, S5 

/7a 
Guards* Industrial Home, the Frinee sm! 

J'rino BS of Wales Distribute the Priaea to the 

Girlsuf. 26/8/ 

Guns and Gunpowder, Lecture on, 3 m 4 a 

Heahh of the Navy. 2 / 6 /" 

H. M. Ship CoiauuM, Trial of, 12/ 4/ 

Di>tuhin and Wanderer, 2 ; 9 J 

Edtn'vrgh, 7 J 10 e-8 /12 a 

Enphrate», 1 ; 6 a — 5 mbf 



the Stranding of, 5 ; 6 i 



Himohfa, 16 » 6 6 

Pfujtton, Trial Trip of, 1 /"S « 

Rt/dney, 4 m 4 / 

Wnnfierer, Trial of . 9 ; 7 6 

Indian Medical Service. 21 / 10 o 

- '^ Inquests on Soldiers, New Order about, 4 
.; 6 a 

Levees of the Oomniander-ln-Chief, 19/11 

/_27./6/ 

Lieutenants* Naval Pension, Award, 7 ; 10 ^ 

Increased Pay for Naval. *lo m A f 

Literary Exnminations of Commissions, 7 

- Machine Guns in the Field, &i 4 6 

Military Instruction Cbma of the Royal 

Marine Light Infantry, Result of Examination, 
7; lOfc 

Militia, Notice nhout. 5/ 8 c 

- Movements of H. M. Ships, »ee«ad<8rNAVAi. 
AND MiLiXART fn enc'» dn^M paper 

^— National Defences. 24 ; 1« b—\ J 3/ 

- Naval Appoininkents 18 i» 5 </ 
— ^— Me«lic«l Department, 16 /" 12 6 
Navy in 1888,2 i 2d 

— — - Estimates, 15 m 14 a 

Parliamentary Paper on, 19 m 6/ 

New Infantry Dress, Inspection of, by the 

Quctf n 15' 76 
Marine Instrument to Ascertain the 

Hetfsht iif a Star during Mist. 15 m 10 a 

Kighi Attacks in War. 1/8 6-7/ 7 d 

Our Nationiil Defences. I ./ 3 /" 

Phnnstewd Marslies. Attack on a Sentry 

Guarding the Powder Magazine on, 22 ; 6 s— 
26 »9/ 

Piirtsmouth Doekyard, Royal Visit to, 12 

if a 

Pn)po«ed New Army Book, 16 ; 4 rf 

He-Arming of the Infantry — Taking Aim, 

2j 10 a 

Recruiting. Major Gen. Bulwer's Annual 

Report for 1883, 5 m 6 a 

Koyal ArtilWry, New Regulationa, 12 / lOd 

He- Organization of. 9 ; 7 c 

Militsry Academy, Award of Priae for 

Advanced German. 23 / \2 e 

^ Distribution of Awards, 16/ 10 s 

■ OoUoge. Sandhurst, List of Successful 

Candidates. 9 ; 8 a 

NhvhI ("lub of 17fi.'. Annual Dinner, 6 / 

10 u — 2 1 J Uy — ri »i rt a —20 m 5 c 



March 31, 1»84.] 



PAL1IKR*S INDEX TO '< THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



Nex 



Kaval and Militray Intelligence {contdinu^), 

Royal PorUmyuth Home, Annual Meeting, 

3m 7 i 

Stalf .College, List of OfBcers Pasied Exa- 
mination, 9 ; 7 6 

Corps and Indian Army Fund. 2j 9 f 

Statist ina of the Army during the Fast 

Year, 2j 7/ 

Torpedo Vessels. 1 / 6 a 

Training of Naval Officers, 2/7 e— 5y 4 c 

Two-Eyed Rifle Shooting, Nole on. 21 ; 8 6 

—23; 12 a— 24 j 4/— 26> 6 </— 8/2y-20 m 

5 e 
Warrant on Payment te the Reserye, 10 

/ 76 

Wonnded British Officers, 15 m 10 & 

Yeomanry, Princess (^hri.«tian Distributes 

the Prizes to the Middlesex Corps 9 ; 7 6 
Needlework in Board Schools. 14/66 
Nelson (T. J.^ on the Dwellings of the London 

Poor. /S ; 8 6 
Nepaul and Thibet. A 7 6 f 
NetherlftBd Benevolent Fund, Concert in Aid of, 

11 rs/ 

Embassy, 23 ; 8 <?— 25 / 9 e -30 / 9 /* 

Legislative Proceedings. 6 m 5 / 

Neuchatei Asphalte C/mpany, 24 m 11 c— 31 m 

11 e 
Nevin, Proposed Incorporation of, 16/4/ 
New Bishops. 14 / 10 <^ 
Caledonia, Colonization of Convicts in, 12 

mod 

' a Young Man Carried off and Eaten by 

the Natives. 4/5 f 

Guinea. Note on, 4 / 12 ^ 

Municipal Boroughs Proposed, 18 f7j 

Potosi Company. 1 2 w li d 

- — Radnor, Proposed Incorporation of, 26^9/ 
NEW SOUTH WALES :— 

Elections, 10 m 6 6 

Finances and Expenditure, 26y 6 c 

Government Ra Iways in, SJ 9/ 

Legislative Proceedmgs, 25 j 6 /— 26 ; 5 / 

Politics ill. 6 TO 1 1 y 

Technological and Industrial Museum of 

Sydney. Engineering Specimens Sent to, from 

Kirkaldy of London. 15 / 4 </ 

Unalienated Land in, 7/ 12 6 

New Southgate, New Public Hall at, 16 ; 8 5 

Standard Metal Guage. 29 / 5 r 

Street from King William Street to the 

Tower, 2S j4d 

Westminster Brewery Company, 4 / 11 s 

Year's Dinners to the Poor, 2 ; 9/ 

Zealand. Communication with, 4;' 12 c 

Miscellaneous News, 21 m 5 0— 31 m 6 6 

Southern Alps of. 9 7 3 « 

Agricultural Company. 26 / li d 

Insurance Company. 10 / 11 e 

Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, 

17/11 c— 2y 11 </-20/ 11 e 
Mortgage and Investment Association, 20 

f 11 c 

Shipping Company, 19 j 11 />— 29 m 13 6 

Trust and Loan Company, 17/11 c— 31 

iW d 
Kevcastle (Bp. of) Fuml, 1 fOf 



Newcastle Chemical Works Company, \9 f 11 d 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Liberal Association and the 

MerchHUt Shipping Bill, 20 m 10 d 
Newfoundland, Riots in, 1 ; 6 a— 2 / 5 e— 4 / 5 / 

- 5 ; 6 e-8 ; 6 </-2I ; 6«-28i 5 e— 4y 6/ 
Newgate Fifty Years Ago. I 7 7 f 
Newmnn (Cardinal) Health of. 15 ; 9 /— 16 ; 6 d 
(Thos.) on the " Warning " in The Times, 

1 /3c 

& Co., the Advertising Firm, see Waskino 

Notes about, 1 /" 3 c— 2 / 6 /— 14/ 12 a 

—21/12/1 

- on the Proposed London, Reigate and 



Bricrhton Railway, 12 7 U 6 

Newnham College. Royal Visit to, 11 /9/ 

Newspaper Statistics, 16/ 6 a 

Newsvenders' Benevolent and Provident Institu- 
tion, 6 / 16 a 

Newton (Professor) on Lycian Art. 8 j 12 A—] 6 
/ lOf— 23y lOtf— 29y 10/^6/ 6 c— 12/8 6— 
26 / 4 e 

Chambers & Co.. 25 m 1 1 c 

NEXT OF KIN -PEB30N3 WANTED :— 

Alexander, Anne, 29 m 1 6 

Ames. Samuel. 17 m 1 6 

Anderson. James, 7/16 

Bamett, Joseph, 22 « I 6 

Barret, Claude, 6 m 1 6 

Baylis. T. H., 31? 1 6 

Berney, Wm., Marriage Writings of, 16/ 

16 
Brealey, Rev. F.. Sj 1 6 

Bridge, R. £., 6 m I 6 

Brif rley, Eliz.. 8 ; 1 6 

Buckland Robt.. 9/16 

Burland. J. A.. 20 /" 1 6 

Burtenshaw, Sarah, 27 m 1 6 

Carden, Wm., 1 m 1 6 

Carnegy. P. A., 16 M 6 

Clark, Charlotte, 3 J 1 6 

CuUius, Edm., 29 m I 6 

Elizabeth, 10 m 1 6 

CoUyer, O. H.. 28 ; 1 6 

—^ Compton. Susanna, 5 m I 6 

Corbett, Patrick, 1 i 1 6 

Cramp. Wm., 14to 16 

Crawley, James, 4 m 1 6 

Curtis, Eliz.. 15/ 1 6 

Davies, Henry. 7 w 1 6 

Da>ve. Thos. and John, 6/ I * 

Deakin. Wm., 24 m 1 6 

Dixon, Henry. 26 m I 6 

Dodson, Chapman, 1/16 

Donaldson, H. S., 3/16 

Duke. R. J.. 30yi 6 

Edmonds. Mary, 28 / 1 6 

Farrar, Rich., 3/16 

Faulkner, Capt. F. N., H m I b 

Fenwirk Ruv. W,. 12; 1 6 

Fletcher, Samuel. Will of, 23 /"l 6 

Forbes, M, Certificate ol Baptiin». 22 m 

16 

Forster. Eduin, 10 w 1 6 

Fox. T. N.. 4 /« 1 6 

Francis. M.. 29/1 6 

Frith. Joseph, 14/16 

Furlong, Eliz, 12/1 6 



Kex 



rjLLttftR'ft IHDKX TO ^* r.'IB TIHKS " MBWSPAPlB. 



[Jan. 1 t9 



Kezt of Kin, fto. (cnntinvett). 

GMCoyne. M. G., Hj 1 ^ 

Gentii, L. E., 18 m 1 6 

Gooch. Eliz., 26y I h 

— Grifflin. \Xm , and Geo., 2j I h 
Growcott. John, W ml b 

Haldane. Robt., 1 1 m 1 /» 

Hartl.T, L. L.. 7/ 1 A 

Hay, thoi.. lOil A 

Hayter, T. S., J. S. and Flenry, 6 ml h 

Henderson. S. (\. 25 / 1 6 

Hingttun, J. H., 9 / 1 k 

HoIUcr, Sydney. 21 fl k 

Howard, H. A.. 15 / I 6 

Hulmet, John, 2Si\h 

Humphrey. C. P., I'J m 1 A 

Jacksoa, Franoea, 17 w 1 6 

Johnston. J. S., 6y 1 6 

Kinder. Ann, 22 m 1 A 

John, 19 / 1 6 

Knight.G. B..6/-1 k 

Lakin.Mary. 15 m 1 4 

Lance, Abraham, 4 m 1 5 

Lane, Ann. 29 ^ 1 A 

Laurence, Edw.. 4 m 1 6 

Livetaj, Anne, 9 1 1 b 

— ^ Lucas. Mary, 15 m 1 5 

Lyons. Elis.. 1 ; 1 4 

Madtfden, Mathias. 15 m 1 5 

Mansel, Sir K. M., 22flk 

Mather, Wnu, 24 ; 1 5 

MLaws. Wm.. S/*! 5 

M'Neel or Turner. Matilda, 8 /*! 5 

Mmithoipe. Matthew, 24 m 1 5 

Moody, H a and J., 26 ; 1 5 

Neaye, M. A. E. and J. L., 5/ 1 5 

Neele, Henry, 2Si\ b 

NiooU. \\,G^\$n b 

Peede, Mrs. Frad.. 12 « 1 5 

Peirce, U.A., 7>1 4 

<— ~ Phatey, Jauiea, 14 m I 6 

Pinn.A., 21 /I b 

Reardon, Jeremiah, \9f\b 

Rees. Dr. Thoa.. 6 / I A 

Rett#chl«y, (\ >\. P.. 5 ; 1 6 

Kiiuintftim. Uich.. 12/1 4 

Ro<iit. J uUa. «iU 7 14 

H(M«, AU'X.. IUm 1 4 

Ru«aelL (has.. 24 m 1 4 

St. Aub^n. Gi«nTill<», 28 /l 4 

Shand. M. A.. 10 > 4 

^ > hlitirp, James. 1 1 m 1 4 

Sliowert. H, D.. 15; I 4 

.. — SiniMon, G«h>., 31 m 1 4 

- — SinoUir. Wm., 10 / I 4 
Sinticld. 8. A.. li> / I 4 

- — Skip^K A. IL. 29 /I 4 

- < - Slater, John. 1 1 «• I 4 

SmaUraan. Sarah. 7 r 1 4 

-~— ^uiith. i)e«)., iH / I 4 

- ■ Jwlm, I «#• I ^ 
Katb., 19/ I 4 

, .\Ury, 3) iN 1 4 

Stonier, Sar«h. 4 <• 1 4 

«. - r*i\lor, K'lw,. ::^ m y 

- - rhoru^uKKr A.. J, an»l M. J.. :* / I S 



Next of Kin. Ac, {continued), 

Turner. >dmund. 21 m 1 tf 

Twiddy. W.J.,22; 1 4 

Walkinihaw. A. C 21 m 1 4 

WalUfl, Ju ia. Will of, 81 » 1 4 

~ Wallis. Sarah. 18 ; 1 4-28 ai 1 4 

Walters. Thos., 14/14 

Walton Hannah. 22 /^l 4 

Weston. Reuben 25 m 1 4 

Wheatcroft, Haniet, 3; 1 4 

Wickes, Chas.. 9/14 

Widger. Rich.. 29 ;1 4 

WUliams, Joshua, 18/14 

Next of Kin- Colonial IntesUtes, 30 / 9 J 

Jottings for 1883, 8 / 3 « 

Nice, Carnival at, 22 /•5 i/— 27 fBr 

Municipal Casino at, Formally Opened, 5 /* 

5 e 

Nightingale Heard in Upper Norwood. 21 m 3 ^ 

Nineteenth Century Art a»odety. 18 / 10 d 

Magazine— Duke ef ArgylFs Article on the 

** Prophet of San Francisco " Inserted in, 2< 
m\0/ 

Noble's Ezplosires Company. 25 ai 1 1 c 

Norri« (Archdn.)* on the Restoration of the 
Bishopric of Bristol 15 / 7 a 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Com- 
pany. 22 at 13 4 

Durham Liberal Association, the Solicitor- 
General at. 11/9/' 

of England Boiler Bfakers* Societj, 18 w 

12 a 

Commercial Trarellers* Association and 

Railway Comiwnies, 22 ; 11/ 

Steam Shipowners* Association. Meeting 



on the Merchant Shipping Bill 2<; /5 / 

Jutland Steamship Company. 14 9 6 4 

— London Home for Aged Christian Blind 

Women, Opening of the New Premises in 

Hanley Koad. 3 m 10 

Wales College, Notice about, 8 i 8 4 

Coal Miners, on the Wages v^uestion. 5 

/r.« 

Northampton ^Lord) London EsUtes. 12 ; lie 
Northbrooke Indian Club. Entertainment to Mr. 

Seihna. 14 / 10 «/ 
Northcote vH. S ) at «tamfo^!, I /5 e 
Northcote Sir Staifurd) Opens the Constitutional 

Club at Exeter, 7 ; 9 /— 17i 6 « - 19 ; 12 a 
at the Annual ConYersaxione of the Exeter 

Literary Society. 21/74 

and Mr. Bradlaogh, 7 « 18 <f— 8 « 12 c 

OD CoQserratiTe and Liberal Finance, 10 

I 10 t 
Dinner to. by the Baraitaple Conserratire 

Association. 25 t 7 a 
<— » 00 Leases on Lives, 23 > ft / 
— — > Leares Edinburgh for London, 1/9 r 

at St. Stephen's <.lub, 14 /*6 c 

and tlie Wel^h, 19 ; 12 4 

and Sir Evalyn Wood on Egyptian Affairs, 

r m-* f 
Norton ^L«.>rvl) on G«n. Gordon^s Proelamatioa 

21 / S*- 

on the Franchise Bill. 12 m 10 </ 

Norway aiid Sweden, Miscellaneoas News, 20 si 



^arok 31, 1881. j palmer's imdkx to "tub times" nkwskapbr. 



Pal 



Norway— LegislatiTe Prtxieedings in, ij 5 f 
Political Crisis in, IG /*4 c— 22 / 2 /*— 4 m 

4 e— 8 m 7 d—l 1 //i 12 a— 13 m o /— 28 m 3 / 
Socialism in. \2 f S d 

State Trials iu, 1 1 ; 6 a— 16 / 5 «— 19 / 5 d 

—28 / 6 /— 28 rd/—29 / 6 c-3 m 6 rf-14 « 

5 /— 18 M 5 </— 21 M 5 r— 22 m 7 <i— 24 m 6 a 
—25 m 5 c— 2G m 6 c— 27 m 6 «— JJl m 6 a 

Norwich Cathedral, Report on. 28 /'4/ 

the ("hanccUor liffuses to Elevate Mr. 

Richardson to the Bench on Account of his 

(^onnexiun with the Liquor Trade. 2 ; » / 
yonoif h Mercury, Heprint of the Issue January 

21, 1727. Uj^f 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, 7/11 « 
Norwood (C. M.) on the Merchant Shipping Bill, 

3; 12 c 

on Ship Insurance, 2^j%d 

Nova Scotia, Threats of Dynamiters in, %m7 d 

O. 
Oatlands Park Hotel Company, 6/ U </ 
Obeck Territory, 18^ of 
i Occupations of the People, Census Returns, 8 

/2y 
Ocean Manre Insurance Company, 11 / 11 6— 

»6; II d— 28/ U c 
O'Connell (Daniel, the Agitator) Proposed 

Memorial Church to. in his Birthplace, 8 ; 5 / 
the Pope forwards the First Stone for the 

Church and another Stune for the High Altar, 

9/5«r— 16/ 6/ 
O Conor (N. R.) on Fort Turbie. 20 w 8 rf 
O'Coiior Don, on the Tramways Act, 81 m 7 e 
U'Donnell. the Vf urderer of the Informer (^arey, 

the United Irishmuii's Account of the Afifair, 6 

/6a 
OlBcial Appointments and Vacancies, 1 ; 9 /— 7 
j 9 /— 16 / 10 e-30 / 9 /"—ft m 6 6-8 m 6 c — 

15 M 6 «— 26 7A 4 a— 29 m 6 c 

Notices, 23 / 10/— 29 //i 6 c 

Ohlson (James L.) on the West Indian Inquiry, 

29j8d 
Oa Breakwater at Folkestone. 30 ; 6 e 81 j 10 / 

on Troubled Waters, 26 / 5 / 

O'Leary (Dr. E. F.) on the Array Medical De- 
partment in the r.gyptian War. 31 / 4 b 
tj'Neill (A. A.) on Cruelty lo ChiMren. 1 1 .; 7 « 
Ontario Lrian and Debenture (/Ompany. 1 m 13 6 
Ooregum Gold Mining Company uf India, 9^ 1 1 c 
Open Air Mission, Annual Meeting, 15 J 10 e— 

26 m 1 1 / 

feipaces in Pariiaraent, 23 / 8 a— 30 ; 9 / 

Urr-£wing Ca^, 15 / 3 c— 1 m 12 0— 10m 12 6— 

13 IN 12 </— 15 ,u 12 /-17 m 6 b 
Orange JH>v:iety. Note on. 25 / 7 f 
Order of St. John of Jeiu«Hleni. Award thoir 

Humanity Mt-dal to Julia iiatcher for Savin^; 

the Life of a Boy. 2 / 12 6 
« Ordinations, 10 m 12 a— 12 m 12 6 
Orieaital Student Interpreters. 18 i S b 
Oamanieh. Ordem of the*. Conferred. 9 / 10 c— 28 

I 10a— / ,0 ;. ,„ 12 r 
O'tor (K. (■.; un ilie Thames as a I'leanure 

Ue»urt. 1 2 /a 6 f 
un the 'i hames and Suburban Sewage, 5 

/It 



Otway (Sir Arthur) at Rochester, 1 /*6 s 
Ought a Solicitor to be a Postmaster? 12 m 6 • 
Owen (Professor) Complimentary Dinner to, oa 

his Uetirement from the British Museum, 23 

76 e— 17 w 8 /* 
Oxenham (H. M.) on Physiology at Oxford, 6 

Oxfjird Local Examinations, 1 / 7 rf 
OXFORD UNIV^BRSITY:- 

Accident to Mr. Tattoa a Student, 15 la 12/* 

Appointm^nU. 24 / 7 6—25 i lu «— I /7 <# 

-4/7/ 
Award of Scholarships and Prizes, 19 / 1 1 

/-30 ; 6 a- 14 / 10 c— 29 / 9 a— 3 »« 9 « -1 1 

m 11 /— 14 m 9 /— 15 01 12 /— 24 m 7 c— 25 m 

lOd— 26 w lOe— 29 w 12/ 

Cletical Appointments, 30 / 6 a 

Convocation. 24 / 7 6-21 / 6 /*— 12 m 6 / 

Congregations. 2 / 6 « 

Degrees Conferred, 15 / 7 d— 1 y 7 d— 22 

/8e-21 j« 18 c 

Honorary, Conferred, '. m 10 e— 19 m 10 ^ 

Elections, 21 ; 7 c— 29 ; 7 f/—i t 7 /— 6 / 5 

f^^ f 10 c— 21 /"a fc— 23 / 13 /•— 26 / 10 A— li 
m lOA— 12«i 6/"- 15 im'12/— I9w 10c— 22/rt 
10«— 24 »i 7<?— 26 w ine 

Examinatlms. 6 "5 /'— 15 wi 12 / 

Grant for the .Museum. 30 j 6 u 

Grants of Books to Libraries. 5 m lu e 

Keepership of the Archives, Dr. Grifllths*^a 

Ofifer to Endow. 27 / 6 6 

Local Examinations, 27 / (> b 

Miscellaneous Newn. 10 m 9/ 

New Professor of Botany, U / 9 / 

Statutes. 12 »ii 6 / 

Physiological Laboratory, S / B f 

— Physiology at, Notes on, 4 / 8 ^—5 fKf^ 

Reply from the German Emperor to the 

Address Sent to, on the Luther Anniversary^ 
%J 10 d 

St. David's Day at. 3 m 10 c 

Tylney Exhibition at Queen's College,. 

Appointment, 19 /* H> r 

Women Students. 14 / lOr— 27 / 6 6 

Wyclifife Hall Lectures, 24 ; 7 6 

Oysters, American, 23 / 5 e 

P. 
Pacific Express Company. Arrest of the Cleric 

who Embezzled from, 15 m If 
Paddington. iianitary State of, 7y4« 
— ► Park. Notiee about, 5 / 6 « 
Page and Gwyihes's Charts on the Fluctuationa 

of tho Bank fee, 24 ) \\ b 
Paget (R. H.) on Prisoners* Statements, 9 / 10 / 
Paine (C. H.)on the Dirt Nuisance, 11 ; 12 6 
Tales I me Camil Scheme, 23/ 4 / 

- Exj.loration Fund, Telegram from Professor 
Hull, 8y 5r 

of the Wadi Arabah, 1 1 ; 4 c 

Geol.jgioal Survey of. 29 ; 6 rt —18 / 8 d 

Palmer v<^ M.; at the Newcastle and Gateshead 

C baiiiWr of Commerce 1 / 7 / 
;.). W./ & ^M.^ ou the Koltbery of Postage 

Stamp- 23/18d 
(Profefisor) Memorial Portrait of, for St 

John*'* ^ oUcge, Cambridge, 29 j 4 a 



7a1 



PALHBR*8 INI>KX TO " TIIK TfRS " yEW9PAPER. 



f Jan. I to 



Palnier*8 Shipbuilding and Iron Campany, 22 

/II d 
Panulcillo Copper Company, 6/11 rf— 7 /* 1 1 <• 
Paper. White Moss as a Material for, 11 ; 4 / 
Parish Churches Bill, 4 m 4 s 
Parkes Mu-^eum of Hygiene, Not« on, 4 / 10 a 
parks Defence Association, 11/76 
Parliament— Addresses to the Speech from the 

Throne, 28 ; 9 /— 80 / 9 « 

Bill to Rxclude Bishops from Parliament, 

26y 8f— 27 / 6e— 12« 10 f/ 

Legislation, Hi l\ f-^\6j Sd 

Blocking Bills, 19 m S b 

Mr. Chaplin*s Motion. 9/10 /* 

— Lord R. rhurchiirs Amendment on the 
Conrolidated Fund Bill. 25 m U) 

— - Circular 10 Members on Women's Suffrage, 
6/lOe 

— Mr. Edw. aarke*s Motion. 8 / 12 a 
Conference on Private Bills. 28 /9 « 

Conservati^-e Circular to their Party on the 

Opening of, 18 y M A- 24 7 10 a 

Debate on the Address, 6 / 10 a 

on the Franchise Bill. 29 / 5 r 



/7/ 
Ele 



Electric Light in the House of Commons, 
14 /tie 

Franchise Bill of Mr. Gladstone, FuU Text 

of, 5 m 12 a 

■ Amendments Proposed. 20 m 5 s 

^— High Court of Justice Bill, Depatation to 

GoTernment about, 27 m 6 ^ 
— ^ House af Commons, ImproTemenu at, 2 

■ Increased Accommodation Kcquested on 
the Cross Benches, 9 / 9 / 

Ladies Gallery, 16 m 12 s 

Hours of Polling, Bill to Extend. O7 11 « 

m Petition from Birmingham to Extend the 

Hours aa Now Fixed. 2 f lu a— 4 t9 f 

House of Lords Robing Room. 16 /* 12 '> 

Irish Grand Committee, 2«y 10 /*— 28 J9e 

-^m 10 s 
. Party and the Vote of Censure, 9 / S/— 

12/9/ 
Mr. L.abouchero*s Advice to Mr. Bradlaugh. 

31 I 5* 
^^ Land Bill Division. (* m hf 
.^— London Goremment BiU,*<>y 10 a 

Meeting at the Carlton* Club on the 

" Speaker '* Quo«tion. 20 / 10 « 

ot the Cun^ervatire Party. 22 / 8 </ 

^^- Merchant Shipping Bill, Motions or, 27 

^•^ Ministerial Cirv^ular to his Supporters on 
the Opening of, 17^ 9 s— 21 j 9 /- 24 / 10 <i 

^— > Ne%i Irish Scheme of Mr. Diok»on, Meeting 
to Consider, $ / 10 «/ 

,.-^. Not ices on the Paper on the Vote of Cansura, 
lly ti#-l2 /9/'— 14 /«# 

— ^> on Observation in, 24 m C s 

_ Privatv HiU Ltgi»lation, 19 ; 8 a—SS / 7 e 
—94 ills -i9 / 7 fi-HO / ft /•- 8 / 8 c— 9 / 10 
a -M t^*i '\^ / 7^ - 9 '10 f-21 f\\ f — 
•.»•; t 10 / V9 . V ^ mVih 
7»J 



Education Science and Art Vote. 28 / 10 a 
Election of Speaker, 21/8 a—^^j 8 <t— 28 



Parliament —Opening of. Notice about, 2:% j 9 f 
Parnellite Party and the Speaker, 26 / lu / 

the Reform Act of 1832. 2 / 4 rf 

Retirement of the Speaker. SfS r— 27 f7t 

Review of the Speakers. 23/6 if— 25 /'S a 

Staniling <'ommittees. 16 / 12 A— 27 f 6d 

Sunday Morning Sittings. 29 w 12 r 

Vote of Censure. Notices about. 8 / 8 c- 20 

/loe 

of Credit, 6 m 5 /— 11 m 10 /— 12 n 8 d 

Whips. 31 »5 e 

on the Bradlaugh Question, 20 f 10 e 

Parliament Street Improvement Bid and the 

Park Itailway, 6 ; 9 / 
Parliamentary Changes. 22 ; 6 rf 

Committees as Judicial Tribunals, 24 j 8 o 

< -25;8tt-l y4/-15y3</-16 fJt^lAm 
12 a 

Dinners. 2i ; 18 ©—4 f 7 f- H f B a 

I — - Extra ParliamenUry Speeches, 6/8 a— 7 

Franchise —Electoral Legislation after 1832, 

: ^ 22;7-i 

I ' its Present Aspect. 28 / 10 6 

Redistributicu in the Post, 8 / 2 rf 

I Reform Act of 1867 and Subsequent 

, Legislation, 7 / 2 ^ 

• Retnrns. 11 w 11 / 

{ PABLIABCENTABY PBOOEEDIKOS :— 

; Aberystwith College. 15 m 9 6 

. Adtlress. 6/6 *— 6 / 7 4—7 / 6 «— 8 /7a 

I _» / «,_-i2/7 «— 2ly 7 a-22 / 7 6-23/9 

6-29 / 6 o -^ 

' Division List, 7/4y— 9/4/ 

Afghan War. 22 m 9 e 

I Army, 7 »i 5 e 

: (Annual) Bill, 28 m 9 a— 2f m 9 r 

, Estimates, 18 w 8 r 

I Bankruptcy Appeals ^County Courts) Bill« 

16/8 a— 2«y 6 a-22 / 6 6—1 <m 9 /— 25 m 9 

a-28m9<tf 

I Bills Advanced. 22 at 10 c -26 m 6 a 

I Mr. Bradlaugh, 12/6 «— 13/8 a— 22 /6 c- 

t Division List. 13/4 c- 23 / 4 if 

» Brokers (City of London) Bill, 26/8 tf— 1 

m 9 /— 16 «8«— 18« 6 6—21 m 6 a 

Business of the House, 8 in 9 a— 16 m 8 </ 

Case of Lord Rossroore. 9/6 rf— 19 / 0/ 

CcUapse of Tuesday's Dt'bate. 7/66 

Committee on Municipal Bills, 26/ 6 

Commons and Enclosures Acts Amendment 

Bill 13 m 7 s 

Consolidated Fund BUI, 28 » 5 / 

' Constitution of ihe Aimy, 12 /'5 « 

Contagious Diseases (Animals j Aroenimen t 

Bill, U / 5 /— 20 / 5 «— 20 / 6 a— 22 / 6 M--26 

j / 6 a— 27 / 7 o— 19 m 7 f--20 m 8 a— 22 m 5> « 
— 26«i7 6 

• — Copyhold Enfrandiiaement Bill, 18 m 7 » 
I Cork Divisional Magistrate, 1 7 m b a 

Criminal Law Amendment Bill. 28 si 5 /" 

Cruelty to Aninula Acts Amendmeut Bill. 

28/7J 

Death of the Duke of Albany. 29 m 7«— :fS 

' ai86 

• Dwellings in Crowded Districts, o m7 ii 

* of the Poor, 23 / 7y 



^larch 31, 1«84.] palmku's index to thk " times " NKWsi'ArKR. 



Far 



Parliamentary Proceedidgs (co/itinueu). 

Disutet] Burial Groiindd Bill. |.< i» 7 « 

Eci-lt'siastical Discipline and Public Worship 

Ke«ulation Act Amendment Bill, 12 / 6 ^ 

Egypt, l2/6/'-14/« a 

and the Suudan, 18 mGe. 

Election of Speaker. 27 / 7 r—'2^ f 7 i 

Electioni (Hours of Toll) Bill, 13 / 10 c 

Emigration lo Canada, 29 in7 e 

Fever Hospital at Winchmore Hill. 1 »i 9 A 

Freshwater Fitsheriet Act Amendment Bill, 

15y 9 a -2U / 8./— 22 m 10 c— 25 w 9 « 

Gen. Gordon*a Proclamation, 20 / 5 e 

Government and Ejrypt, 26 m 6 a 

Gen. Graham's Instructions, 4 w fi « 

Grand Committees. 26 / 7 e 

Greek Marriages Bill, 29 / 8/— 4 m 9 <f-16 

m 8 a 
Habitual rriminals Act Amendment Bill, 

21 m 6 «f — 25 III 5 / 

Highland Featft^r Bonnet. 18 /« 7 6 

Indian Civil Service. 27 / 7 a 

Infants Bill. 27 w 7 c 

Inhabited House 'Duty. 1 m 9 /r 

Intestates' Estates Bill, Mi / 8 a— 27 /7 o - 

29 m 8 a 

Ireland and the Franchise Bill, 18 m 6 A 

lale of Man Harbours Bill, 25 ni 9 a— 28 in 

9a 
Jurisdiction of English and Scottish Courts, 

14 m6i 
Kitchen and Refreshment Rooms Committee, 

23/ 10 d 
Land Law Ireland Act Amendment Bill, 6 

m ^ a 

Division, 7 m 8/ 

Lair of Evidence Amendmeut Bill. 20 /C a 

—26 fS tf — 27 / 7 a— 4 m 9 U—lm o e 
— Leaseholders (Facilities* of Purchase of Fee 

Simple) 20 m 7 a— 27 m 8 « 

Divi»ion List, 2i m 3 e 

Local Government Provision il Orders Bill. 

29 m 8 a 

Taxation. 29 m 8 ti 

ni vision Li.it. ^\ in 4 ft 



London Ho»pi al B.ll. ik) / ."• e 

" Keigatoand B.i liuiu ua.l ,,\\\ 22 m 7 e 

Madagascar. 26 m 7 li 

Marine Artdlery and Li^ht Infintrv. 21 m 

7U 
Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill, 

27 m 8 a 
Marriages Legalization *, Sto-^Hlev, Beds) Bill, 

26 / 6 a— 27 / 7 a— I wi 8 d—1 m 6 «— 8 m 10 </ 
Married Woniya's rr,4>erty Act Amendment 

Bill. 25 M 9 a 
MatiiiQOuial Causes Bill, 16/ 8 a— 29/6 a 

— 1 in 8 <l 
Medical Act Amendment Bill, 7 /« 5 «— 21 

m$m 

Merchant Shipping Bill, 26 y 8 r 

Merv and Afghanistan, 11 in o e 

Metrepolitan Baird of Works (Further 

Powers) Bill, 28 / 7 h—b m 7 a —6 m S h 
Railway (Park Uailway and Parliament 

Street Improvement) B II, I2 m 1 ^ 
iii^ision ..is., lo tH 7 / 



Fariainentary ProceedingB (continued). 

Meti(»polis Water Bill, 12 iw 7 c 

I)ivi.<iiui) List. iA m 7 r 

Middlesex Land Registry Bill, 14 / 7 a— 22 

i /«^ 

■ Military Examinations. 18 »w 7 r 

' Operations on the Red Sea 7 w 5 « 

National Debt Bill 19 w 7 u — 2i m 6 a 

Navy Estimates. 21 //< 8 c 

New Bills 8 t 8 t—y / 8 (/— 15/11 « 

Egyptian Loan. 9 / <i « 

Members. 6/6 /— 19/6 e- 22 / 7/*~l m 

9 fi— 6 «i 7 a — 25 m /' 

Peers, 6/66—12/5 «— 16 / 8 n -I I *ii 

^ £ c — 1 2 iM 7 61 

Writs, 6/6/— 13/8 II — 14/7 «-22/ •; /* 

— 5 w 7 b — 14 m 7 d 

Notices of Motions, set tvery dat/'s p 'i"'r^ 

durifiif Purliomenf 

(orange Soeiety. 2:J /10 c 

Orders of the Day, »te every dnt/'s ^mf,er, 

during Ptirlininenf 

oiirlroncl.td X.ivy. 21 m 7 t 

Overpressure in Schools, 12 m 7 a 

Patent Medicines Bill 27 m 7 fi 

P.itruna«e umler cho Bankruptcy Act. 8 w 

I 9« 

Petitions, see every dny's putter, tiurin'f /'. r- 

I lianteut 

I Private Business, see evert, duy'spofjeij durmtj 

I Parliament 

I Bills, Legislation. 15 w 8 « 

I Bills. 7./ 7 c— 12 /;. «-2H/*8e 

Progress of Business. 29 / 6 <• 

I Proposed Railway under the Purks Bill, 15 

I J he 

j Public Executioner, 15 m 8 a 

I Punishments in the Navy. 21 m 7 d 

I Questions, see emy duy'a ipvptr, during Par- 

liament 

j Railway CWring Syst^'ni Superannuation 

I Fund Association Bill II 'ii5e 

Real Assets AihninisirHtion Bill. 28y 7 e— 

' 20 m 8 h -25 m 9 n 

Kepresentation of the PeopK? Bill 29 / 7 < 

— 4 in 7 e — 25 m o / -2rt in 7 b — 29 /« 9 e 

Resignation ot tlie Speaker, 23/10 rf— 2«J •* 

i 7a 

' — Royal ('Omutlasion, 25 m 5 e— 25 m 6 a — -"J 
I VI 7 p -29 in 8 a 

Courts of JuHtiee Bill. 25 in 9 a 

, " NHudhurst Kxaniinntions. 28 m 5 f 

Sho.-t Service auvl J ^ong Service, \S m 7 '» 

I -oudaji, 7 / o «* -7/7 » — l*i / 6 b — 26 / o,/ 

I — J6 / 7 It— 21 f ' (I —\ m S a—i m 7 a— 6 m 7 

I c — 1 7 11/ 6 c 

Southampton ^ 'orporation, &c.) Cemetery 

Bill 22 / 6 fl 
Speaker's Retirenie.it Bill, 4 ./« 9 r/— 6 m S 

I fi -7 m 8 « — 8 m 8 /'— 11 w 7 A— 12 //i 7 a— 14 

I m 6 a 

; .spiritual Pifrs, 22 lu d d 

Division Li>l, 24 m 4 e 

.Standing i (tnimittees. 13 / \0 k — 14 / 7 6 

I Succession Duiv on Irish Kstates, 14 m 6 a 

I Summary Juri&diciion Bill, 2'6J 10 d — 7 '/t 

I 8 p— 28 Ht 9 a 

L 77 



Par 



PALUKH S INDEX TO *' FJIK TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[JilQ. 



1 t« 



Parliamentary ProceedingB (rontnntftf\ 

tiutuiiiiry of Pri)cveding«. se^ evfry 'A^y's 

fnip^-t. 'iuriiKj Piirh'iniftit 

biiiulay ()penin(;uf Museums, 22 iw 7 / 

Division ]aH, 24 m 4 c 

— - Supply. 1 HI y r— 7 m 7 6 — 14 «i 7 d—\7 m x 

r— 21 i« M r — 22 r« r 
Labuuchere'tf Motion, Divi>ion IJ««t. 17//* 

U)d 

'J'oppoint a"d District Water liill. 27 /' 7 '. 

Transport and ('uiiim'issariat Si-i vices, ^ hi 

Ma 

TrRHSvaal Oonrentjon. 18 m 5 / 

Trustee Churches ^^lielaml; Hill, 19 / 6 <— 

]S /;, 6 /#~2I m « tt 

• Tunis, h -« 8 a 

ValuHtion (Metropolis) Aniendiiieiit Bill. 22 

/!<<•— 4 m 9 d—*2tS m :> / 

- — Vote of Censure. 13 / 5 </-i:i / 8 //— 15 / 7 
//-U;/ 8 J— 19 / 7 //— 20/ 6 /— 21 / .S/> 

Division Lis , 14/46 

of Ocdit. »> /// 7 u— I \ m H h 

Wellington Statue. 9/6 a— 2.'» m .*> « 

Yorkshire Land I{»gi«trJes Uill. lu /// 7 J&f 

PAELI.\MENTARY SPEKCHES:- 

*»* When the Sju-ech of a Member is nviuin-d 
on «ny parlieular tieh.ite, by refrrDiip to ihe 

nuf,/trt \\mU*r PaMI lAMKNTAHY I'KtM KHH N<. S. it 

e:«n be j^eiMi nt oiw»' l»v the n U'lirice aM«.\*v ring 
to that af!1\«Ml lo ihi- *<poaker^« : nine. 

Corret-iiiins. 2^ / <* e— ;a m 7 • — M //< h e — 

I •.» w > 4 
AkiTS — DouelHs. — , I'O »/» ••> « 

- • AleXMnder, l»en.. 15 / 7 e — 1^ m i^ h 
Anderson. — , 28 ;/» 7 / 

ArL'vIl. Duke of. I I /» T. h 

Arnold. - , 1« / Jl r— 1» «- 7 i 

A)*hh V, -.. 7 / <; ^ 

A'hn.ead-H«rtletl. -,8,7 (/-20 / r, ^-^i/a 

/ 10 /.— iMi / 7 <y — 1 1 w 8 «— 17 //» «»«• — :i»> '/i 7 a * 
- 2V »/* 7 ./ ' 

Atiorney-deneral. 20 /« 7 «/ j 

Ibilfour. A., tt / 7 / — ll» / »** f — 5 m 7 if ! 

Barry, — , t» »« 7 a 

- Barttelot. Sir W., 8 / 7 d -7 »« .s /* 

Baxter. — , 15 w 9 o- 25 /<# 7 / 

Bentinck. (\. 28 / 7 r 

lierestord'Hope. — . 22 w 10 a 

Blennei haKsett, — , 4 w 7 e 

Bourke K.. H r 7 #•— 23 / 10 t' — 17 /// <! e 

Braniwt'll Lord. 2«» / ti a 

Braswej, SirT.. 21 w 7 / 

Bright. — . 25 m 7 e 

Brt)a«t hurst. — . 20 m 7 <* 

<— . — Brodrick — . H /« 7 * 

Brute Sir H..^ t 7 *i 

T.. 20 / 7 r-.2l M 8 a 

Brvce. — , 1H / 9 «— 27 m 7 r 

Bury, Visco'int, 18 /'7 «— I w 8 A — 7 /«i 5 c 

Cadogan, Karl. 18 m 5 /*— 22 m 7 < 

Cairns. Earl, 13 / 6 r— 19 / rt «/ 

Canibrid^ Duke of. 2B »♦ « • 

CauipMl "i <». It/ 10 o -7 /// vS <? 

J. A.. 2.«% m 7 • 

Bai'neriTiHn, —.21 m 7 c — 21 m tJ r 

Cameron. Dr., 8 m 9 a 

- Campeniowii, Earl of, 20/5/ 

78 



ParlJamentaiy Speeohas (continued). 

Canlerburv. Abp. of, 22 m S d 

CarliiiKlord. I.«ird, If / 5 /— 19y 6 a— 2l»/ :> 

,_ 7 ,n 5 # — 12 m 7 *— f2 w 8 f 
Carnarvon, Earl of . 1 m 8 a— 11 m 6 «— i^* 

//* 7 f 
(^arrinjfton. Lord, 23 / 8 a 

rariwrijfht. Wm., \5 f7 f 

— O il. Lord E., 7 iM 8 d—% m9 d 

Chainberlaia, — , 7 / 7 A— 14 / 7 rf— 8 /^ 9 /' 

— 28 /« 8 6 

Chambers. Sir T., 12 m 7 c 

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 19 /"8 rf 

Chaplin, —,8/7 a— 2Hy 7 «-l9 w 8 « 

Childers. — . 19 /8« 

Churchill. Lord R.. 7 /"« 6-9 / 7 c-13 < !» 

e— 22 / 6 rf— 2Gy 7 <— -29/ 8 «— 1 7 m 7 «-2!' «i 

7«— 26ifi«</ 

Clarke, E., 4 m 7 /* 

Collins, T., 20 m 7 rf 

Coope. — , 28 / 7 A 

Corbv, —. 22 / 7 h 

(NiwJn, — .20 / 7 A— 17 m6 / 

Cow per. Earl. IS m 8 it 

Oanbrook. Vi«cH>uat, 13 / 7 */— 23 / 8c-ll 

tn '> d 
(>o-8. Sir R.. 15/8 «-lfi / 9 6—5 w 8 c-* 

IM iW._K IM 10 6-11 m 9 a 

C»ib;tt. — . 2!< /« 7 * 

Cunliffe Sir IL. lA m 9 r 

Dalhousie, Earl of. 'h m S n 

Davev, — , 15 tn h ,'—27 m 7 f 

Dawiiay, — , in / 9 d-2h m 7 e 

Da%^Bon. -.8/8 •-2A / 9 /* 

l)e Worms. Baron IL. « /*7 e— 15 r-7 f 

De la Warr. Earl, I m 8 •— 12 m 7 a 

Derby. Earl of, 13 f 7 6—1 m 8 6—18 m « « 

—29 w 7 /• 

Dickson. T., 6 w 7 <i 

Dilke.Sir C, 15/ 8 c— 23r9«— f ia8a-17 

m 7 ft— 29 ». 8 ^ 

Dixon- Hariland. — , 8 iw9 « 

Dodds, — . 8iN lOf— I3ai 7 d 

Dodson. — , 8 / 7 /— 19 mi 7 r— 29/« 9 // 

Doreheater, Lord, 9 / H a 

Dunraten. Lord, 13 / 6 /-19 /"5 / 

Kcroyd. — , 20 / 7 rf— 8 /a 10 c 

Ellioi. A., 6 /*7 6_-23y 9 rf 

Sir G.. 1 1 M 8 i/ 

Elton. — . 13 /M 7 a 

Eudyn, Visi^outit, IB m 9 d 

Ewart. — . 23 / 9 6 

Farquhar^on. Dr., 27 w 7 6 

Kinh-llaiton. — , 7 mS 6 

KiiziftTald, Lortl, 19y 6r 

Kitainaurice. Lord E.. 16 / 8 / -2;'» r lo /j— 

I 7 w « '^ -2»» m t; /— 29 m 9 6 

- H.irher. Sir IL. 11 » 8 « 
l<olki*stune. Viscount, 16 /*9 c 

- Forster, —,7/7 «i— 15 / 8 a— 1 1 mS <—\'* 
ml t 

Fowler H.. .»0 / 8 d~n m 10 6 

W*. L>7 /« 7 ' 

(»allo*»'«y. tUrl of. 7 m 5 ^ 

Gitwon. — , 14/7 c-20 / 8<— 9 ' H 6— ii* / 

H^A_« m 86 

iiitifard, Sir H,, 14 / 7 a- 



•8 « lU '/-20i// 7/ 



March 31, 1«84.] 



PALMERS INDKX TW '* THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



Par 



Parliamentary Speechei (^continued). 

Ulttdstone. — . G / 8 a— 7 / f> r— 8 /"7 a — 13 

/ 7c^-l4/ 7<— 22/« J— 2ay 10 e^2ti ; 7 d 

—2\* n a -7 ml e 

Gornt. — , 17 w 7 c— 21 /« 8 a 

(io-chen, — , 20/ 8 «— 4 /« 8 c 

Gmntham, — , 19 / J> a 

Granville. Earl, 6 / « «— 13/ 5 /—I i/i 8 a— 

7 m « a — rt fu H « — 1 1 Ml 7 i 

- Gri'gporv, — . 20 m 7 6 

llamilron. Lord 0. J., 8 /^B 6—22 / 7 /" 

Lord G., 21/7 </— 28 / 9y— 1 m H 4—8 m 

10 6 — 11 /«« A_28 m8e 

- hareouri. Sir W.. 6/8 a— 22/6 «— 22 m 9 ^ 

Hftrdwicke, Earl of, 22 m b d 

Harrington. —.8/8 6—23 f9c 

Hartington. Man^uis of, 20/8 '/— 4 m 6«— 

7 m 7 6—1 1 m 9 I*— 17 m 7 «— 18 m 7^ — 18 m 8 
r -25 «« 8 J 

Hastings, — , 13 ut 7 e 

Hajr. Sir J., 29 / 7 /— 21 ml e 

Healy. — , 21/7 6 

Heneage, — , 2t> m 7 e 

Hicks-Beach, Sir VI., 7/tJ—S / 7 6— U / 7 

•-16/I0a-I7jii 7rf 
Holland Sir H., 7/76 

Houldaworth. — , 20/7 a 

Howard. — , 19 m 7 « 

Hubbard. — , I m 9 m 

Huntiy, Marquift of, 14 m C « 

• Ince, — , 11 ml d 

Jenkins. — . 21 m 8 a 

Jone«-l'«rry, — , 15 w9 e 

Kennaway, Sir J.. 15 m H /* 

— Kiiub«rlejr, Earl of , 18/ 7«— 7 m 6 A— 11 m 
Hd 

King-Harman, Col., 12 / 7 / 

Labouohce. — , 15 / 7 tf— 22 /"G e — 2ij f 7 6 

— 7 « 7 /— 17 M 6 //— 26 w 7 a 
- I^ing. — . 1 1 »« 8 </ 

l>aaiington. Ix>rd. 15/5 e— 8 m 8 a 

Lawrence. AM.. 8 « 9 o 

Lhwkoii, Sir VV., 15/7 /.— 26 / 7 U—l m 8 c 

— 26 ml h 

l^aihani. E., 25 m 8 6 

l^ii;hton, — , 19 /8 6 — 15 /ii9 « 

Lewis, — , 22 / 7 « 

Lewiabain, Viacuunt. 21m 7 6 

Uoyd. M.. 15iii9e 

London, Bp. of, 23 / 8 c 

Longford, Earl of, 9/6 a 

Lopes, Sir M., 8 / 7 e— 29 m* 9 c 

Lord AdTOcate, 27 m 8 a 

thaucellor, 18y 6«-19/ 6 d^2S/i rf- 

1 M8r 
Mayor, 7/ 6 « 

r/>wther, J., 7/6 d-S f 1 f-^ti J% 6—25 

m 8 r— 28 in 8 * 

Lubbock, Sir J.. 19 / 7 </-4 jn 9 6 

Lymington, Viscount, 21 y T rf— 20 w 7 tf — 

29 « 9 (- 

Lyons. \}t„ 16/96 

Lnt4»n. Karl of. 1 1 m 6 « 

Macartney. - ,t\tlf 

Macfarlane, — , 16y 9 c 

MaclTer. — . 6/7y 

Maluns, Col., ;S8 / 7 e 



Parliamectary Speeches {conUniM*!). 

Mnniifrtt. Lord J.. 19 / 1 J^-'lk m 6y 

Marriott. — , 19 / 7 «* 

Mnxwell. Sir H.'. 18 /« 7 6 

MCaithy, — . 21 /7J 

M< oan. -, 20 / 7s 

M-(iarui-Hogg. Sir J., 28/7 6 

Mel lor. — , 28 •« 7 / 

Midl.'ion Vi-eount. 14 m 6 a 

Milner, Sir 1., Hi / U ^-21 mid 

Milne- Home, Col., 8 m 9 c 

Molloy, — , 22 / 7 6 

— Moore. — , 22 / 7/-6 w 7 « 

Morgan. O.. I» m 9 c 

Morhy, J , 16/8 d -II /« 8y— 17 mid 

' — Earl of, 7 m 5 « 

Mtfwbray, Sir J., 15 m 9 u 

Mulholland, — , 25 m 8 6 

— Mundella. — , 15 m9<i 

Newdegaie, — , 22/6 e 

Nolan. Col.. 6 w 7 e— 29 in 9 « 

Nonlibrook, Earl of, 11 « 6y 

Norlhcote. — , 2"i mlj 

Sir S., 6 /8 a— 7 ^6 «/— 8 / 8 a— K) f^d 

—2(1/9 6— 22/6 r_26/ 7 tf-4 /« 9<— 11 ;n 
9 if— 17 TO 7e— 29ot 9« 

(VBeirne, Col.. 22 / 7 c 

O'Brien, —.9 fl d 

Sir P., 22 / 7 « 

O'Connor, T. P.. 20 / 7 o 

O'Donnell. — , 22 / 7 </— 26/7 6 

O'Donoghue. The. 23y 9 r 

Onslow, —,23/ 10 6 

Otway, Sir A., 12m 7 e 

Oxford, Bp. of, 22 m 8 s 

I'liget. R. 11.. 8/7r:-l4/7rf 

Parnell, -, 9/6y— 4 ui 6 / 

i eddie, — . 1 in 9 a 

Peel, A., 27 / Id 

Pell. — , 29 tu n d 

Percy, Lord A.. 28 f7 c 

Earl. 18 M 7 c 

Play fair, >ir L.. 5 « 7 /*— 19 m 7 e 

Plunket. -. 22 / 7 tf -6 m 7 « 

Power. O'Connor, 21 y 7 a 

Prince of Wales, 23 / 8 A 

Puleston, — , 8 TO 9 6—20 m 7 e 

- Queen's, < / 6 « 

Kaikes. — . I4y 7 6—28 m 7 h 

Kathbone, — , 27 / 7 c— 29 in 9 a 

Read, -, 18 m 7 c— 19 ui 7 a— 29 « 9 6 

Reid. — . 20 « 7 cf 

Reodel, - , 15 m 9 6 

Richard, — , 16 m 9 c — 17 to 6 d 

Richmond and Gordon, Duke of, I5y 6 c— 20 

fhe 

Ritchie, —.19/^8 <?— 28 m 8 a 

Rochester. Bp. of, 23/ 8 d 

Ross, (\, 25 m 8 a 

Russell C. 6 TO 8 

G., 1 TO 9 6—28 m7d 

— Ry lands. — , 7 to 8 a 

Salisbury, Marquis of, 6 / 6 0— 13 fh d— 23 

/7 /—I to8 6— 7to8«— 8m8a— 11 in 7 a— 28 
mht 

Salt, — , 29/8 a 

Sellar, Craig, 14/ 7 d— 15 m 8 



r-r 



PALMEu'fi INDEX TO *' TlfE TIMES " KEW8PAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



rar'iam?ntary Speeches {ronituuefl). 

.-^extoD. — . 12/7 «— 23 f 10 r— fi m R a 

- - Shaftej-lmry, Earl of, 2i< / 8t— 22 m H b 
• — ^hiw-lA-ferre. —, 12 m 7 ; 

- - SbRif. -. 19/8 4 

Smith S.. « / 7 c 
. W. n.. 4 m 8 A— 21 m 7r 

S4>licitor-(iencra!, 8 w 10 ti 
for IrrUnd. 22 / 8 a - 14 w 7 / 

— SjKaker The, 23 f !• rf— 26 / 7 6 

- — Npt- iic<T — , 28 m 7 e 

Stanhipe. E.. 6/7 /"—IS /" 10 a 

SiJinley ( ol.. 7 «i 7 4— 18 *n 8 a 

Muart-Wortley. — » 19 / 8 / 

SudeUj> . Lord. 9 / <J «— liy 5 e 

T*rTb«t. — . 16 w 9e 

i Ipirlow, Lord. 22 to 7 /" 
I otrenhain. — , 28 / 7 </- 1« m 7 rf 
~ - I u'wlvan, — , 9/7 f^-A m 8/-6 m 7«- 14 
/ . .> » 

- - I we.Hhlale. Marqui? of . 6 / fi 6 

- I v«i»i'n Amherat, — , 13 to 7 f— 20 m 7 /" 

\*fin«y. Sir H., 8 m \) c 

\'erno<i. I^rd, 6 / 8^ 

\'l! era -Stuart, — , 15 / 7 « 

\.ft.l(ly, — . 19/ 8 fl 

W Mlrond, — . 28 w 7 /* 

W'Hlier, 4 TO 8 f7- 20 w 8 /r 

Warlon. — . U / 7 / — 27 m 7 ft 

Waterford. Mnrquifl of, 19 y 6 k 

Wrtterlow, Sir S. 5 m 8 c 

VVaujfh, — , IS m 7 o 

Wemjis, Ear! of. 23/8 r 

Wesiniin'tiT. Duke of. Ti m 8 /• 

AVhitbre:ul. -. 27 / 7 r 

Whitley, -. S nt *i /— 1 1 w H f 

Waiis, — . 22 m \) 'I 

Worim. Harofi M. Dc. .w« De Worms 

I'arnell ( — } Letter to iho Irish in Australia, 1 

; I « 
and hia Party. 4/(5 '/-2B f^h 

- IVo|H>sed Address to the Queen on the 
St.Mte (»f IrelMnd. 7/10 c 

Ti'Mnno. h1. W i '.» / 
I'.hocIiimI Mi.ssioii Wonnn S<»rii'ty, 17 m 10 d 

{6 HI o */ 
l*B'ry ^^Knnici'!) on Ily^huLr l^lnul. 8 / 4 ii 
PattMerships \y\»»o\\\nl, tee e eery Wednesdajf's and 

S'lturd'it/'s ptiper 
Patent, New Acts. 2 / 2 /-2 j 5/ 

Medicine*. Sale of. 21 »« 4 / 

1*HU. the Season at, 18/7 « 

Pauer (Profe8'«or; on tlu- Hi9N)ry of Pianoforte 

Music. ID/ 8 /)-2S ; 6/— 2 / « «-?2y 3 d 
Paul /-Kegan) Trtnch & Co., "Decide" or 

"Decline,* 18 / 8 « 
Pauperism, Tabulated Returns of, I7 12 6 
Pawson & Co,. 12 j U ^/-22 /lid 
Peabody Fnnd, 2 / 6 rf 
PeRce Movement in France, 5 ; 4 « 

Party, Meeting in Parliament, 22 m 12 e 

Pearson (H. D.) Scliool Board of London— In- 
struction of the Blind, 5 / 6 / 

Peel (Lawrence; on Prisoners* Statements, 9 

• — River Land and Mineral Company, 12^ 11 
dj—ld; 13«— 287 11 c 

80 



Peel Orove Bnrial Gronnd. 14 m 10 </ 
PEDKAGE-NEW CREATIONS:— 

Brand. Sir Henry B. W., to be Viscount 

llanip<len. 1 m 1 1 e— 5 m li e 

- Tennyfon, Alfred, to be Baron Tennjson, 
IH } lOe 

Pembroke (F:ail of) Health of, 28 / 7 A— 29 7 8 e 
—30 y 9 /- 31 ; 8 A-1 / 9 /*— 2 / 9y -5 / 8 a 
^ii / \()^-7 f 10 0-8 / 9 f-9 f9 /-n /8 
rt-12 / 9^-13 / 7« — 14 / 8 a— 15 / 5 ff— 1» 
/ 8 »— 19 / in c— 21 / 9 r— 22 f9 e— 23 / 1*^ / 
—25 / 8c-2t>/ 10«— 27/8 6- 28/6c— 1 « 
12«i-3to9/ 

Pepys' Memorial, in St. Olave's, Seething Lane, 
U'nveileJ. IS> w 6 d-2 » w 0/ 

Perambulators. Law of. 14 m lOy 

Perowne (Steuart) on Peterborough Cathedral, 
\ f G f 

Petry&Co., 19/11 *-27/ll d 

Perse Granmiar School New Head Master, Sj $e 

Persian Embassy. Am 10 / 

Pergonal Statistics. 19 » 16/ 

Peru. Misoell ineuus News, 5 i 5 f — 20_; fi e 

ProfMiscd Treaty with (^hili. 30 j 5/ 

Waters|)oul at Arcquipa. 16 / 7 • 

I'eruvian BondhoMers, General Meeting at the 

City Term nuR Hotel 1 ; 10 r 
Peterboronuli ;Bp. of; Pastoral on his "Recovery 
from Illness, o i 7 / 

Cathedral, the Prince of Walos to Lay the 

Foundation ' tone, 12 ; 9 / 

Notes on. I ./ 6 /— 21 / 1 1 /— 7 m 8 /•-22 

m \2 rt 
Phoenix Tire Office Rules 23 j 4 d 

Park Murders, the Convicts Removed from 

Dublm to (Miathnm. U M2 n 

Phelps ;^ John) the Retliuvd Waterman, Appeal 
for, 3/4 r 

Philharmonic SfK'iety, >♦"' 'I'iieatkes 

I 72nrj Season. .3 / 4 e 

I Philliraore (^VV. G. F.) on Lord Lyndhurtl and 
I the Marriag»» Law. 19 / 4 a 

Phospht» (lUKHo Cumpnny. 14 / 11 d 

Pho-phor-ltion/.e Company, 12/11 c 

Pliotojjravure Ni'W. 23 / 6 / 

Plnsiolu^ry at Oxford. 4/6 /.— 57 4 /*— 7 fl e 

Pijiiiof'.»rie Alusic, History of, 19 ; 8 4—28 > 6/ 
— 2 / »; f—22 / 3 d 

Pinrd Uenjimin) on Wa^es in the Coal Trade, 
5 » 11 ^ 

Pickering (W. A.) on France and China, 19 m 
10 e 

I on I lie Tonquin Question. 11 7 2d 

I Pigeon .'^liitoti. g. Mr. Anilerson's Billon, 13/10 c 
' Pigon^Ktv. Dr. F.) on the Chiffoniers of Belle- 
vilK'. 17 w* 6 /I 

Pilsen. .lot land General Electric Light Company, 
I 7 //* I I c/ 

I Pitcairn Island. 21? 10 A 
I Pi^t-l<ivul^ (A.)on thelate Mr. W^ C.Stanley, 
! 10m 4rf 

1 Piit-TaWor (Frank) on the New Bankruptcy 
' Law.*l5 ? 10 / 

PLivrnii ( sir L>on) on the Foot and Mouth Di- 

1 jif}i>e. V~ m 11/ 

I Paji^T o I the Upper Thames as a Source of 

I Waior Suppl\, \\m \\ f 



March 31, 188i.] palmek*s indkx to "the times" newspaper. 



Pol 



Piatt (Ja«.) on Poverty and Progress, 22 j 10 if 
Plavgrounda fur ('hildren. 4 / 10 « 

Public, forihe I hilJren of the London Poor, 

Note on. 22 i 3 <» 

Plinisiiil (S.) Propo-«ed Visit to India. 17 ? 9/ 

Plunder of Poor Men^s Provide.ice, 7 j 3 jf—J 
7 12 a— 9; 12 c 

Plunkett Rt. Hon. D.) at the Dublin Constitu- 
tional Club's Annual Dinner. 26 j 7 d 

Poaching. Fatal AflFray at Loftus, 22 / 5 / 

at the Kosebory Estate, 9 j 7 e 

Pocket Battery. 8 / a fe 

Poel8(P. J.) on Deptford Cattle \farkef. 31 m ft c 
Poisoning by a Mother of her Son and bis V\' ife, 

2y / in / 
in Liverpool, Confessions of the Women, 3 

m7 d 
Poisonous Wall Papers and Textile Fabrics, 6 

fid 
POLIOB :— 

Abrahams and Gluckstein, for Misdemean- 
our, 15/2 e 

Adams, Geo., for Fraud. 8 / 8 c 

Adulteration, (^ases of, 15/3 «— 8 w 5 d 

Alderson, Wm., for Stealing, 19 m'6 c— 26 

m 4 € 

- Allen, Chas., for Assault, 27 w 4 e 
Daniel, for Assault, 13 m 4 « 

L. S., and another, for Assault, 2 ;' 3 « 

Thos., for Attempted Suicide, 3 ; 4 e— 7 

/ 3r/ 

Allri«,ht. S. S., for Stealing, 8 m 5 « 

Allum. John, for Assault, 10 ; 3 / 

An.*elin, K. S., for Stealing, 1 / Sd 

Appleby, Mary, for Assault. 28 to 3 c 

Arkle, A. B., for Annoyance. 22 / 2 /* 

- Armstrong, Capt., for Libel, 3 j 4 «— 17 ; 4 
«-22;4 6 

Arthur, James, for Attempted Suicide, 29 

/8/ 
Ashdown, C. W., for Stealing, 10 ; 4 a— 17 

j4«— 2/ 12</ 
Aspmall, Henry, for Misdemeanour, 16/6/ 

Atkinson and Martin, for Stealing, 16 j 3 « 

Bailey. Henry, for Stealing, 6 / 12 * 

Baker, Arthur, for Manslaughter, 17 w 4 « 

Wm., and another, for Larceny, 21 m 4 e 

^ Bnllard, Geo., for Assault. 23; 4 </— 30; 4 6 

Barh^t, E. J., for Unlawful Possession, 16 

jAa 

Barge, J. P., for Libel, 23/5 a 

Barnett, Edw., for Stealing, 6 m 4 d—7 m 

Barton. Morris, for Fraud, 20 w 4y 

Basten, John, for A.^^sault, 29 ; 4 a 

Bates. John, for Compensation, 19 ; 16 rf 

Beaumont, S. A., for Bigamy, 15/2 « 

Bell, Thos., for Ste ling. 29 ; 3 /' 

Bellinger. Caroline, for Public Health Act 

Oflffiice, 6 M 4 a 

Bennett, Courtis for Misdemeanour, 8 / 3 /" 

Edw., for Adulteration Aci Offence, 14y 

3c 

John, for Burglary, 7 f 3 « 

- Benson, Geo., for Attempting to Steal, 8/ 
3/ 

- Best, J. W. for Assault, 7y 8 « 



Police '^rontinved), 

- Bickt>rton, J. T,. for Embezzlement, 2 .? 3 d 

liiddle, F. T.. for En-.bi'zzlement, 1 «/ 4 « 

liig.'iiK Maiilda and Hiiuther, for Obstiuct- 

ing the F<M)tp iih. Ui w 4 e 

Binns. BHrilioltmiew, the Executioner, and 

another, for Fraud, 4 ; H» / 

Bird, Henry, and others, for Stealing. 4/2 « 

J no., for Adulteration Act Offence. 7/3 / 

Bissell, Thos., for Prisons Act Offence, 24 

m.4 e 

Black. Ekin, for Sending Diseased Meat to 

Market. 7/ 3e 

Kobt., for Attempted Murder, 27/ 10 « 

Blomfield, Fred., for Sending Diseased Meat 

to Market. 7/3< 

Blum. Geo., for Not having a License, 10 ; 

3/ 

Bottomley, Fanny, for Unlawfully Discharg- 
ing a Revolver, 16 ; 3 « 

Bourne, I'hos., for Assault, 18/ 4 e— 17 m 

4< 

Bowness, A. B., for Non-payment of Tithes, 

26 j 4 < 

Brazil, Fred., for Not Sending his Child to 

School. 28 m 3 f 

Bredin, Rich., for Embezzlement, »y 10 6 

Brice, C'has., for Attempted Murder, 6 j 4 6 

— 12; 7e-14>4e 
Briggs. Wm., for Manslaughter, 12 /'S « 

Britton, Samuel, for Assault, 19 /3 e 

Broai.ley, Launcelot, for Assault. 2 ; 8 rf 

Broehell, Eliz., for Attempted Suicide, 81 j 

'Sit 
Brooks, W. H., for Assault, 12/3 «-26/ 

3/ 
Brown, Thos., and another, for Inciting to 

Steal. 10 TO 4 c— 16 mK f 
Wm.. for Fraud, 20 m 4/ 

Sheen and MeeK, for Stealing, 2oy 4 a 

Bryant, ('has., for Forgery, 12 w 4 « 

John, and another, for Assault. 22 ; 4^ 

Sarah, and others, for Burglary, 15 ; 3 • 

— 80;4/i 
Buchholz, Johann. for Manslaughter, 26 m 

lie 

Buck land, — . for Misdemeanour, 1 m 4 s 

Bull, Geo., for Misdemeanour, 7 m Aj 

Burdett, Frej^l., for Cruelty to a Horse, 11 

w 3 / 

Burton, R. W., for Misdemeanour, 7 m if 

Campany, Geo., and another, for Burglary, 

6^3e 
Canterbury. Military Riot at, Application 

for Damage!!! done by. I ;4 c 
Carn-Cambourne Tin and Copper Mining 

Company, and another, for Companies Act 

Offence. 15 / 3 « 

Crt«e. Henry, for Embezzlement, 7 ; 3 rf 

(NinmlKMS Henry, for Fraud. 16 / 3 / 

Chapnmn. Fred., for Stealing, 24 ; 3 /* 

H. G.. and others, for Burglary, 5 / 3 e 

James, tor Misdemeanour, 7 m 4 /" 

(.'harle^. John, for Attempted Murder, 12/ 

3« 
Charltai\. Geo., and another, for Burglary, 

19 / :w - li'-./ -V 

8L 



Pol 



PALMRK*8 INDEX TO '* THE TTMBS " MB^dPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Po*ioe {conttvu d). 

Cheek, KDiiiy, for Stealing, 10 ; 8/ 

C'hUa. E. K., for Frauil, 22 m 5 </-29 m 6 a 

John, for Attempted Murder, 21 / lU /* 

Chrispin, T. J. F., for Murder, 19 ; 16rf— 22 

Christy, Joseph, and another, for Making 

Counterfeit (^oin. 2S? A d 

City (^omini^sionera of Sewers, for Board of 

Works Act Offence, 18 m 3 

Clarke, James, for Receiving Stolen Pro- 
perty. 21 / lOe 

W. B., and others, for Fraud, 7 j 8 1— 12 

; 7«-l4i4«— 19/ l« d 

^^ Clay, Sidney, for Inciting to Murder, 29yC 
«— 81 1 12 b 

Cleaver, Edw.. for Embezslement, 6 m 4 a 

Clements, Henry, for Stealing. \bmh a 

- Clifford, John, for Stealing. IH m 8 

Cole, \^ m., for Water Act Offence, 19si 8 </ 

Company, A. L., for Fraud, 26 / 3 /" 

Corny ns. Alfred, for Stealing. 20/4 / 

- Cook, Wm., for Misdemeanour. 7 /*8 /* 
Coi>per, Charles, fer Loitering, 12/ 3 t 

- Corvan, John, for Assault. 6 m 4 u 

Cotterill, Uich., and others, for Cruelty to 

Cats. lOmie 
Cotton, Samuel, for Attempting to Steal, 15 

; 8e 

Coulson, Thes., for Fraud, 19/8 « 

Cox, Wm.. for Annoyance, 17 m 4 < 

Crawley. Timothy, for Assault, 19 m 8 ^ 

Cronin, Cornelius, for Garotte EU>hbery, 28 

;4«-ll /4/ 
Cross, Wm., and another, for Stealing. 11 

1118/ 
— *~ Crow. Henry, and another, for Assault, 26 

y3/ 
Crowhurst, Wm., for Wounding. 22 ; 4 k— 

29>3./-6/3e 

Curryer, Geo., for Adulteration, 8 j 8 « 

Dale. Philip, for Excise Offem e. 4 ; 2 e 

Darcey . Alfred, for Stahbing, 23 ; 4 rf— 26 

>*« 
Davoy, Ellen, for Cruelty to a Child. 3 / 4/ 

Davis. Wm., for Aduiierutien Act OflFoace, 

26 m 4 r 

for Assault. 29 m 4 a 

- Dawney, — , for Murder, 1 ; 6 d — 15 j 6 • 

Day, Wm.. and another, for Disorderly 

Conduct, 12 w 4 s 

De Jongh, Cornelius, for Smuggling, 21 m 

4i 

— ^ Delareuche, A. V., for Attempted Murder, 
5 III 6 6 

- Denton. John, and another, for Stealing, 4 
;2e 

Dixon, W. H., for Fraud, 26 w 11 «— 27 w 

5« 
•— — Dogs. Persons fined for Keeping, without 

Liceni^eA, 4 / 2 « 

. Duwden. Henry, for Mi«demean »ur. 16/3/ 

. DrHper,Thos., for Adulteration Act Offeuce, 

14 ' 3 /» 

Duck. A. E.. for Fraud, 28 ro 3 c 

— ~ Dutfen. Timothy, for Drunkuiuiesh and As- 

ftftuU. 4 y 2 c 
8,' 



Police {rontinuetf). 

Dudin, John, for Misdemeanour, 2 / 8 e 

Duke, John, for Attempted Burglary, 3 / 

4/ 

Dunnett, James, for Drunkenness. 31 / 3 & 

Durrant, Geo., for Wasting Water, 22m Ad 

Dyer, J. W.. for Misdemeanour. 29 n « « 

Julia, and Another, for Assault, 29 7 3 f 

Earwaker Inspector, for Unlawful Deten- 
tion. 2/ 12 <f 

East London Water Coapany. for Orer- 

charge. 20 m 4 / -21 m 4 s— 26 m 4 e 

Ebdeu. Wm., for Stealing. 2jSd 

Edridge, T. R., and others, for Man- 

sUughter, 18 m 10 / 

Edwards. Chas., for Non-payment of Cab 

Fare, 21 M4e 

Geo., for Burglary, 26 ; 4 c 

John, for Assault, 18 / 4 t 

Elliott, Geo., for Stealing, 30 1 4 *— 6 /" 4 / 

Ellis, Edwin, for Factory Act Offence, 8 / 

3« 

John, for Exposing Bad Fish for Sale, 24 

; 3/- 

Eraser, Wm,, and another, for Illegal Dis- 
traint. 9 ; 3 rf 

Eveleigh, Wm., for Murder, 28 m 3 e 

Fairbrass, A., and another, for Fraud, 81 ; 

Sh 

Falconer. Joseph, for Forgery, 12 m 6 c 

Farrell, Wm., and another, for Assault, 3 / 

4y 

Farrington, H. W., for Fraud, 19/8 €—29 

fSd 
Faulkner, John, and another, for Cruelty to 

a Horse, 12 ; 7 s 

— Feary, Thos., and others, for Burglary, 8/ 

8/- 

Field Mary, fer Assault, 28/4 « 

Flannigan, Caih.. and another, for Murder, 

I f\2e—2 f 12 6-18/ 12 c . 

Ford, Benj.. for Stealing, SfAj 

Fortescue, Ada, for Drunkenness, 12 7 7 s— 

18/36 

Sir F., for Cruelty to a Dog. 19 « 10 c 

Fox. Geo., for Assault, 26 in 4 < 

Franklin,*Sarah. for Stealing II ; lly 

- Eraser, Hannah, for Stealing, t / 3 cf • 
Fraud. Several Men for. 20 m 4/ 

Fremore, Henry, for Stabbing, ojAb 

French John, for Misdemeanour, 5/8 c 

Friehind. J. and A., for Revenue Act Of- 
fence, Si m Af 

Furbng, Wm., for Attempted Fraud, 22 m 

$d 

Geary, Elii., for Fraud, 7/8 rf— 17^ 4 «— 

19;ll/ 
Oennari, A. C. for Fal»e RepresenUtion, 10 

Gi lings. Eliz., for Stealing. 15 ; 8 t 

GUdding, Wm., for Attempted Arson, 1>3 

<f-8 / 3 < 

Glvjyne. Geo., for Croeltj to a Cat, 2 / 12 d 

Glynn, Edw., for False RepresenUtion, 25 

mAd 

Goldsmith, Ann, for Unlawful Possesaion,8t 

uiAj 



Marck 31, 1881.] palmkr's index to "the timks " newsfafkr. 



Pol 



Police (continued). 

Goldstine Israel, and another, for Receiviog 

Stolen Property. Hm id 

Goodson. Henry, and others, for Prize Fight- 
ing. 12? 6 A— 25/4 c 

Goodwin, James, for Fraud, \5j2e 

Wna., for Assault. 1 4 m 8 s 

Gotch, Thos., for Stealing. 2 ; 6 c 

Golheimer, Job, for Fraud. 16/3/ 

Graham, Fred., for Fraud, 4 ; 2 e 

Grain. J. P., for Assault. 28 / 3/— 7 w 4 f 

Grand Junction Water Company, for Over- 
charge, 28 m 3 e 

Grant. Rich., for Attempted Fraud, 11 _; 8 6 

Gray. Darid, for Stealing. 25 ; 4 c 

Green. C H., for Desertion. 2 ; 3 s 

Robt.. for Stealing, 23.; 4 d 

Griffen, John, for Fraud. 28 / 6 a~8 mid 

Griffltho. James, for Stealing, d j Q d 

John, for Forgery. 24 > 3 / 

Gun, Chas., for Assault, SmAa 

Guy, Geo., for Drunkenness, 5fSe 

Hnles. Edw.. for Korgery, 25 ; 4 c 

HhU. Henry, for Water Act Ofifence. 6 ; 4 A 

Hammond, Fdm., and another, for Stealing, 

12 fSe 

Harris, F. J., for Manf-laughter, 2/3 rf— 5 

F. T., for Manslaughter, 9 7 3d 

Wm., for Robbery *ith Violence, 31 /I b 

Harrison, Alfred, for Fraud, S j i f 

Hartley, Wra.. for Stealing, 26 ; 4 /" 

Harvey, —, for False Representation, 10 m 

4</ 

Hasting*, Emma, for Stealing. 8 m 4 c 

Hawkins. G. H., for Attempted Suicide, 2 f 

\2d 

Hayes. Wra., for Adulteration, 2 i 11 d 

Heighten, Rich., and another, for Unlawful 

Possession, 14 /J c 

Hemming, Wm.. for Assault, B mA d 

Henderson, Wm., tor Loitering, 21 ; 4 « — 

25/4 r— 1 /8rf 

and another, for Stealing. 21 / 10 s 

Hendey, Joseph, for Bigamy, 7^4 s— 14 j 

4e 
Herbert, Lionel, and another, for Fraud, 23 

/■3 /—I m 4 «— 15 m 4 /• 
Herd, John, and another, for Fraud, 12 7 9 

/-26; 7./— 28; 10 d 

Hickey. Ellen, for Drunkenness, 1 / 3 rf 

HilL C^has., for Neglecting his Wife and 

Family. 20 / 4 /* 
Hillier, Uriah, for Contagioue Diseases 

(AnimMlsi Act Offence. 12 /a 4 s 
Lip.«on, Henry, for Not Sending his Child 

to >chi»ol. 23 / 5 <i 

Hird, G. F.. for Fraud. 4 / 4 e 

Hirst, Henry, and another, for Murder, 20 

]R6e 

Hodge, Henry, an Affiliation Case, 4 /'4 s 

Hodges. ('h;'S. and others, for Stealing. 4 m 

4 c 

- Hud^kin, Anne, for AttempUd buicide, lii 
m '6r 

Hodgson, Joseph, and others, for Murder, 

26/ 6 s 



Police {r^ntinitedi, 

Holford, T. C, for Misdemeanour. 7 fS f 

Hulloway, Mrs. Emma, for Allowing Gam- 
bling in her House. 1 m 4 e 

Holmes, G. W., for Burglary, 7 m 4y— 14w 

3e 

Honey, James, for Assault. 5 / 4 * 

Horton. J. H., for Companies Act Offence, 

I / 3r 

Hounscll. G. C, for Misd>roennour. 4 m 4 c 

Howard, U. R., for Explosives Act Offence, 

28 m 3 <• 

Hucker, Geo., for ErabezzWuient. 21 f \2 a 

Hurrell, Jasper, and another, fur Stealing, 

8 m 4 r 

Hurst. Geo., and others, for Assault. 29 jSf 

Hyde, W. J., and another, for Stealing, 12 

m 4 e 

Ilsley, Wm., for Refractory Conduct, I w 4 « 

Iremonger, — , to introduce two Boys from 

the Training Ship Mount K g-onife, 4 / 2 • 

Jackson, W. J., for Stealing. 29 w G a 

Jacobs, Joseph for Fraud II t A a 

Jeffrey, Henry, for Frau.l. 28 m 3r 

Jepsun. John, for Indecent Conduct, 9 / 4c 

— r- Johnson, Chas.. f«jr Fraud, \A m 3 e 

Henry, for Stealing. 14 /« 8 e 

John, for Attempted Suicide *^9 / 3 f 

Jones, D. R., and another, for Arson 18/3 6 

Lionel, for Fraud I j 3 #—4 / * 

Ma tha, for Manslaughter. 14 / 3 c/-2l /* 

10 e 

- T. E., for Mirtdemeanour. 28 m 3 e 



Jordan Benj.. for Burgliry. 4 / 4e 

and others, for Burglary, 11 / 7 s^ld 

Thos., for Stealing. 4 »i 4 * 

Kallborn, Jacob, for Perjury, 22/5 a— 29 f 

3 rf— 3 VI 4 c 
Keating, Michael, and others, for Betting 

Act Offence, 28 m 10./ 
Kemple, J. H., Not Maintaining his Wife, I 

/8r/ 

Kerr, Wm.. for Stabbing. 1 / 3 c 

Kiichoff. Herman, for Assault. 29 j 3/ 

Knight. F. J., for Bif,ramy, 4 »i 4 c 

Lacey, Annie, for Utteiing Counterfeit Coin, 

12 m4s 

— - Thos.. for Misdemeanour, 3 / 4 « 

Wm., for Metropolis Water Act Offence, 

17; 4 « 

Lads, for Stabbing, 80 ; 6 c 

Lamb, Chas. ami others, for Conspiracy, 18 

Lanthorne. Edw.. for Not Reporting himself 

to the r«)lice 2 t '4a 

— •- LawU*r, Daniel, and another, for Begging 
2«i /« 4 / , 

Levenley, Rose for Murder, 8 m 4 c — 10 /a 

4r/ 
i^ewi^, ii. C, for Adulteration Act Offence, 

9/ 4 « 

Link. K. C for Fraud. *« w .1 i-25 w 4 d 

LipniHi) Solomon, aua oihors, for Con* 

spirac > , 4 /« 4 r — 7 m 4 /' 
Liner. A. H., and another, for Fraud, 2/12 

c-ll / 4/ — 16 / id 

•^ 83 



Pol 



PALMKU 8 INDKX TO ** TlIK TfKS SKW»PAI*KR. 



'Jan. I W 



Police {continued), 

Lloyd. Chas., for Attempted Murder, 7 ; € 

/-8 i 10 t 

Edw.. and another, for Fraud. 1 i 3 d 

1 mest. for Adulteration Act Oflfeiice, 19 

m'6d 

James, for Murder. 14 ; H / — 15 / 7 '» 

Long, Tho8., and another, for Not having a 

License. 15 ? 6 </ 

Luck, «'ha8., for Assault. 24 ; 3 / 

Lyon. Fred., for Kmlx-zzlement, 20 /*4/ 

Lygter, Alfred, for Burglary. 10 m .3 d 

Mackey. Win., for BurgUry. 20 m 4 /* 

Maddox, Thos., for Attempted Murder, 28 

nr 

Man-Afield, I. A., for Stealing, 18 m 3 0—26 

m 4 

John, for As8ault. \ j ^ d 

Manson. Tho*,, for Ansanlt. 28/4 e 

Marshall, Kate, for Abandoning her Infant, 

2/ 12 c 
Martin, Benj., for Attempted Suicide, 10 m 

id 

Geo., for Uefractory Conduct, 4 / 4 « 

James, for Cruelty to a Cat, 15 m 6 a 

MaKon, Henry, for Fraud, 1 m 4 « 

James, for Burglary, 16 ; 4 c 

Maylin. A. R., and another, for Cruelty to 

a Horse, 8 f S e 
Mays, Eliz., and others, for Disorderly and 

Refractory Conduct, 3 ? 4 / 
M'Cormack, Geo., for Attempted Suicide, 1 

/Zd 

M-Cullocb, R. J., for Murder, 6 j « c 

M*Kenna, Mary, and otherd, for Drunken- 
ness. \0 m 4 e 

M Lachlan, Hugh, for Loitering. 9j 3 d 

M-Lean, Michael, and others, for Murder, 9 

;7« 

M Manns, Thos., for Deserting his Wife and 

Children, 19 m 3 c 
— - M Pherson, W. C, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, \l mS f 
Mecalley. John and Peter, and John Martin, 

for Assault. 8 ; 6 < 
Meen, Alfred, and others, for Stealing. 12 f 

3e 
Melton, John, for Cutting and Wounding, 

21>4e 
Midwinter, John, for Assault. 6 in 4 a 

Miller. John, and others, for Fraud, 9 ; 3 « 

— 10; 4 a- 16;4c-23/4fl' 

Miilcs, Alex., for Embezzlement. 5 / 3«— 16 

Mills, Alfred, for Attempting to Steal, 10 m 

Ae 
Geo., and another, for Cruelty to a Horse, 

9iS d 

Minns, John, for Stealing. 27 m 40 

Missing Persons, 17 »w 4 « 

Mitchell, Chas., for Uu lawful Possession, 15 

Moore, Wm.. for Wounding. 4/12 c 

Morewood. J. W., for Fraud, 21 m 10 s 

Moriarty. Fred., for Discharging a RevoWer 

in the Street. 9 / 3 ci 

- — Morton, Wm., for Forgery, 15 m 4y 

t)4 



Police {(ontinu^). 

Moss. K., for FaNe Representation. 14 fSt 

— MtiMownev. Ex-policeman, for Murder, 10 

TO 7 / 
.Murray. Lilnn, for Assault, 25/4 a— 8 m 

h d - 1 6 r/i .) 'i 
Myers. James, and another, for Robbery, ;9 

w 3 r 

Nash, Thus,, for Assault. 7 m 10 c 

Neale, Samuel, for Abduction, 23 / 9 «— :^2 

III 12/ 

Needham. Col. H., for Libel. 9/4 « 

Neil, Joho. for Misdemaenour. 12 ./"3 c 

Kew Leicester Farm Dairy Company, for 

Adulteration, H ; 3 « 

River Water < oiupany. for OTercharge. 8 

/ 8« — 16/4 ,1 — !«//. 3 r 

— — Newman. Samuel, and others, for Misde- 
meanour. 25/4 ti 

Nit hi>lU. Gt-o.. for Misdemeanour, 19 j Mid 

Nicholson, Wm.. Application about, 10 /3;" 

Nich-jliH and llardlsty, for Murder, 10 m 

6r/ 

Norman. Ch<s.. for BurgUry. 1 1 « 3 / 

Jesse, for Adulteration, I m 4 e 

John, for Uttering Counterfeit Coin, 6 f 

4/ 
Norwood. J. FL, for Attempted Suicide, 2& 

.; 4 - 

Nott. Geo., for Embezzlement 5/44 

Nye, Sarah, for Attempted Murder. 8 /I0« 

O'Connor, Henry, and others, forAssiult, 

16/4 II 

O'l^ugldin, J. T., for Attempted Fraud, 26 

m 4 e 

Opie, Bennett, for Adulteration Act Offence, 

14 / 3f 

Oiborne, Tho^., for Stealing, 1 ; 3 rf 

Owen, John, for Incendiarism. 8 / 9 /" 

Page. Edw., and others, for Attempted Ex- 
tortion, 7 j 8 e 

G. J., for Adulteration Act Offence. 26 r* 

4< 

Robt., and others, for Attempted Framl, 

Note about. I./ 8 </ 

Park c lub. for Gaming Act Offence, 18/3 

b_l / ij h—^f 12 c— « / 4 /— 9 / 9 / 

Parker, .Messrs, Application about, lor Un- 
lawful 1 detention, Mimid 

Parrack, Jane, for Murder and Concealment 

of Birth. 29 / 3 o— 6 wi 4 d 

Parry, Stephen, and others, for Assault, 19 

Partridge, C. A., for Misdemeanour. 4 ; 2 # 

Payne, Wm., for Making a False Declara- 
tion. 21/10 

Pearee. Wm., for Assault, 20 /"4 / 

Pelham, T. K , for Unlawful Pawning. 22 

/2/ 

Pembroke, Henry, for Smuggliag. 25 m 4 a 

Perks, James, for Adulteration. \h i 3/ 

Phelps. R. M., for Embezzlement, 8 / i /* 

1 'ilbrow, Francis, and others, for Conspiracy, 

11 /4./— 18/4 0— 3 III 4 c 

Piithfoid, Geo, for Bigamy. 14 m 8/— 25 

m4^ 
Plumpton, R. for Murder, 1 j 3 6—14; 4 « 



March 81, 188i.] palmer's index to "the times" new8paper. 



Pol 



Police {c^ntinuecTK 

Podtnore W. H., for Drunkenness and As- 

j'ault, 22 f 2 /— 23 /do 

Pook. VV. H., for Fraud, 6/4 f 

Poor Box, Attempts to obtain Assistance 

from, by Fraud, 4 > 2 e 

I'oner, G. F., f«r Embezzlement, 27 m 4 « 

Powe'. Joseph, for Lihel, 2© / 4 /' 

Powis, Henry, for Fraud. 21 / 10 «— 28 fSf 

Pownall. Edwin, for Kape, 19 ni 3 </ 

Prenck,Tho8. for Ad uheration Act Offence 

14/3 rf 

Price. Dr., for Attempting to Cremate the 

liodj of his Child, 17; 9«— 24 ; « 6— 31 ; 9 / 

Henry, for Not Sending his Child to 

School. 1 f 3 </ 

Priest, Wm.. for Disorderly Conduct, 7 fSj 

^^ Pritchard. F. G., for False RepresenUlion, 

22 m 5// 

Quelch. A. E., for Robbery, 24 j 11 /^ 

Railioo, — , and others, for Conspiracy, 25 

;4 c 

lianger, Fred., and others, for Assault, 8 ; 7 c 

Keed and Sons, for Factory Act Offence, 15 

jSe 
Rees, J. H.. for Misdemeanour, 13 m 8 a 

Re^an, John for Stealing, 2/12 e 

Regnier, C. F., for Not having his Child 

Vaccinated, 3 ; 4./ 

Helton, S. B., far Murder, 20 m 6 «— 27 w 

IV 

Kestall, Geo., for Water Act Offence, 19 mi 

Ad 

Reynolds, — . and another, for Mines Re- 

galationa Act Offence, S f b e 

Riches, Leonard, for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market. 24 ; 3 / 

King wood. Fred., and another, for Cruelty 

to a Hone, 28 / 4 a 

Kishee. 1). H.. for Emebezzlement, 24 ; 3/ 

Robert, Henry Ge«.. for Coals for Damage 

hy Non- Delivery of a Picture, 12 w 10 <f 

John, for Explosives Act Offence, 12 m 

\'Id 

- — Robinson. John, and others, for Conspiring 
to Defraud. 7 / 3/- 28/4 «/— 6 in 4 a 

Stanley, for Embezzlement, 24 j 9 /* 

RobsoQ Frank, for Disorderly Conduct, 15 

J3« 

Rogers, Jane, for Drunkenness. 5 m 4 <f 

Roper, M. A., for Attempted Suicide, 5j 4 ^ 

Rosenthal, Samuel, for Piracy, U m'S « 

Rowdea. £dw., for Fraud, 10 m 12 6—24 m 

4 e— 2V m Q m 

Rudyard."— , for A4uUeraiion, 26 m 4 /" 

Ruffle, John, for Assault, 22 ; 4 6 

Rush, Wm., for Stealing. 22 m S d 

Rust, Wm., for Stealiag. 8 m 5 d—2^mSa 

Ryan, £dw., and'Others, for Arson. 29 7 Bj 

Ryder, MatilcU. for Murder, 27 m 10 a 

Sanders, — , and athers, for Stealing and 

Reeeiving f^oltto Propertp, 1 ;84 

Saaihiers, John, for Assault, 1 ; 8 i 

Saville, J. J., for Drunkennesa, 1 / 8 e 

Scanlan, Michael, for Felony, 2 ; 8 s 

Schmidt, Chas., for Fraud. 2% fZd 

*— Schneider, James, for Fraud, 12 ; 7 s 



Police {ronliiiued\. 

School Hoard Summonses, 30 j 4 6—22/2 

f^2A M 4 « 

St-ott, Capt. John, for Misconduct at Sea, 

25 mhd 

'I tio«.. for Cruelty to a Sheep, 20 m 4 /* 

Seigenb Tg, John, for Perjury, 6 w 10 c— 13 

m 4 e 

Selby, Chns., for Stealing. 1 1 w 8 /" 

Serieyes. Louis, and auotlier, for Unlawful 

Pocteiision, 31 m 4 / 

— Sexton, John, and others, for Adulteration, 
2j3« 

Shand, J, D., for Biting his Wife's Nose, 4 

/4e 

Share, H. R., for False RepresenUtian, 27 

in \ e 

Sht'han. Thos.. for Assault, 81 1 8 ^f 

Sheridan, G. M.. for Fraud, 12 > T €— I7y 4 

€—21 / 10« 

Sbosmiih, Wm., for Prison Act Offence, 14 

m 3 6 

Simmonds, Thos., an Affiliation Case, 2 /' . 

\2c 

Simpson, D. C, for Building Act Offence, 

26/4/ 

Thos., for Perjury. 7/3 d—U ; 4 a— 18 

/3r 

Skinner. Henry, for Fraud, 14/3 c 

Slater, Adam, fur Sending Bad to Market, 

8/3/ 

— Slaughter, Reginald, for Attempted Murder, 
17/ 4 « 

^►niMll, Peter, for Drunkenness. 1 i 3< 

Smart, John, for Murder. 7 /6 / 

Smith. C. S.. for Mi.-Hdemeaiiour, 6 w 4 tf 

Jane, for Not Sending her Child to School, 

22 / 2 / 

John, and another, for Loitering. 24 ; 3 /" 

SMTMh, for Attempted Suic-de. 1 /'3 d 

VV. T.. for Cruelty to a sheep. 19 w 3 il 

Win., for ( opvri^ht Act Offence, 22 mhd 

for Snnjgiflihg, 17 m 4 « 

-aad another, for Burglary, 28y 4 a 



Snook, Geo., and others, for Stealing. 18 ;36 

Soper. Wm.. for Misdemeanour, 31 / 8 6 

Souihgate. Fnd.. for Assault 9 j 3 d 

Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company, 

Application for a Summons against for Over- 
ch.«rge 4/ 4<— lly 11/— 16/4 a- 14 «3s 
—81 mif 

Sparks, J. I., for Poaching, 28 m 10/ 

'Spicer. Sa-nuel, for Assault. 25 ; 6 6 

Springfield. George, for Stealing, 10 m A d 

Stammers. Wm.. for Smugghng, 1 1 7 c 

Steed, James, for Fraud, 27 m 4 s 

Steel. Geo., for Threats, 30 ; 4 6—4 / 4 s 

Stevens, Emily, for Stealing, 8 / 4 /* 

Stewart. W. H., for DrunJcenness and As- 
sault. I ; 8 J 

Suleman, W. H.. for Stealing, 16/8/ 

Stovin. H.. for Adulterati(m. 2 ; 8 e 

Strong, Wm., for Lunacy Act Offence, 1 1 

i 10/ 

Slulit-aa, J. A., for Embezzlement, 9 /3s 

Wm., and another, for Nuisance. 6/4/ 

Snmmerfleld, A. W., for Aaaault, 26 /'3/ 



Pol 



PALHVB'S IKDEX TO " THE TIVE8 ** NEWSFAFKB. 



[Jan. 1 t« 



Police {coviinuad). 

ftvtnondi. Juniei, for AduUemfion. 2 /3 « . 
Ta.lhfer. (\ F.. for Ansaul-. 28 / 3 / 

■|'«rr;nn. Marr, for Negleriing herChiM, 10 
» ;w 

I ho'n.is. ('hns.. for Stealing. 16 i 3 # 

— Thoninson. a Girl Named, for A^^^nJ' Dg 
AC, I Dsiof^btiT of "Skin theGoai," 12/ 6 ^ 

~ - - I- f.'Mxi^s, foi Stealing. 4 m 4 c 

Ilio'tiiiam Geo., for MiadenieADoar, 6 m 

I h -rnion GtH>., for Pilchinj a Man from a 

f Itosf op. 12 tu H t 
-- — Wni.. for PoUutinjr the Thames. 5 ;4 A 
T erney, J., for Escaping from Prison, Zj 

i\ 

- ' t) 'i, Henrv, for Stabbinsr. 2? ; 4 6 I 
I'noinev. "h rick, for Assault, \j^d \ 
" ofe < oiji) estsde la. for Nuisance, 5 m 4 rf 

1.. .M'lxl Samuel, for Cop/right Act 
it' i- le 2« / 7 /* 

> >il\. 'in. Louisa, for SlenlJng, 8 m 5 rf — ■ 

:. ,n 4 / 

! re>r er Srt>h and another, for Conspir- 
M ;^ (I I h''r.;iid .^ /'3 d \ 

', ruroa<). K.mmnnoel. and another, for 
It L-uni.^: Alioruun 31 ; 3 6- 7 / 3 ^—14 /'3 r 
vV. H.. f..r VV-l"ol Dim lie 9 ; 11/ 

- - To'k Josci h for St»' » njj 2r» m 4 f/ 
Tul'y Patiifk J., for Fraud. 2 / 5 e 

T\vvin;«n. .)ohn. for 15urglary, 19 ^3 7 

- Uttintj, Henry, for Perjury, 12 w 4 e— 26 m 
4« 

Uxhr'drr Lo Ml Board of Health foi PoUut- 
n^' he 'Ihiuiii's. i2 / 9 <^ 

— Vanchetdni-t. Marie, anu others, for Annoy- 
ance. 2S ; 4 ^ 

— Velattquea. I>ommsro. forMtfrder. 12/3 « — 
20/4 /-28 / 4fi- 12 /« 4 « 

Walker, — . far Misdemeanour, 3 ; 4 «— 6 /* 

3« 

Louisa, for Attempted Suicide. 24 m 4 < 

WnlUce, James, anu another, for BurglarT, 

3o ;• 4 A 
\VH'i;8,Jr'mes, for Mnnslangbter, 7 ; iJ</— \ 

12 ? 7 f— 1<) / l<» <y— 21 / 1(1 d 

Warren Ilt-nry, for St en lin,'-. 2 / 3 rf 

lloht.. and other", foi Stealing, 22 m $ d 

—27 m 4 / 

Wnters. W. J., for A»te.i»ptevl Murder, 5 m 

4 rf— 27 OT 4 « 

Waikins. Benj., for Man<«luui;hter. 7 fS • 

Waison. W. K, for Kn)bf:'zlen»enl. 10/3 /" 

Weissenbiirg Baron von, for Fraud. 18 ; 5 

/-2I ;4e-28/4e-28;4«-9/ll d 
Webber, Geo., for Disorderly C onduct, 10 

jSf 

Wells. Kraok. for Assault. 2 / 3« 

Geo..andanolber,for Alteroped Murder, 

24m 4< 

Welsh, J. W.. for Assault. 1 / 6 a 

Wertin Philippine, for Stealing. U / 4 / 

We^t Middlesex Water Company, for Orer- 

cfearge. II / 4y 
Weston, Win., and another, for Crueltv to 

a Child. l«/4c 
White, John, for Begg^ing, 25 ; 4 c 



Police (continued). 

- White, Joseph, for Assault 9 j 4 • 

Mrs., for Non-payment, of Cab Fare, 23 

f 5 a 

W.uffios, Ed w., for Stealing, 14/3 e 

Wilcox, Flenry, for Anempting to Pick 

Poikets. 2 /3<y 

WiMing, C. W., for Embozzlemeiit, 17>4 # 

_j'.» ; 4 i,_29 » 3 f—i / 4 e 

Wilkinson, Margaret, for AMempted Mur- 
der. 1 rn(* f-\\ m 10 «— 20 m 8 a 

Williams, W.W.,forNo«-payiD«ntof Ratesy 

16; 4 r 

Williamson, BLnry, for Annoyance and 

Thrcars. 1 /3c 

Wills. John, for Frau«!. 21 f 10 «— 13 mie 

Wilson, Henry, for Stealing. I8i» 3 '^ 

>u-.in, for Stealmg, 1 ; 9/— 8 ; 9/ 

Wist'inan, Mary, for Cruelty to hor Child, 

9 i 3 d 

- • a \' »rnan. for AdTtce. 17 m 4 e 

- Wood Henry, for Fraud. 21 m 4 « 

i ^<»s.. for Kraud, 6 / 7 / 

Woo<lnx'k. Wni.. and otbors. for Barglary, 

19 tH 3 r/ — L'7 m Ae 

W.iolff. Wm.. for Fraud. 10 m 4 rf 

W.-"(lI.dge Kmu a for Infaiitictde, 2' jAe 

WriugU'O worth. Wro., and another, for 

Unl-iwful Po^M's^ii.i. \ j ie 
Wythe, Fred., and others, for Burglary, SiJ 

|4 « 

Younfir. W. H.. for Conspiracy. 21 /"lO « 

. and soother, for (^)^MDiring to Defraud. 

26>3 /-4 w 4 r — 11 m 3« 
Hicli..forNot Stii.iiog bis ChUd to Schoal, 

28m8r 

a Yonni? W^omr.n, for Adrice, 2^ m 4 e 

P(^ice Caution ngaiiMt »» Ivnpoetor, 28 ; 11 y 
New Bill alKMit. 18 / 4 / 

Iletnrn of tin* Foi<t», 28 m tO/ 

and Sa!iil;irv Kej^ul:iiitMis, 21 m 10 a— 26 w 

7rf 

Polincnl Offrnniva ions. 2H / 8 / 

Politii't "'n Perto'* Hnekner ParNament Pr8» 

the Vote of Censure on »he Egyptian Policy 

of the Government 16/ll« 
Pollock ( Hnro-O HeaLh of. 4 m 10 /* 
Pollution of So'i 'g and Well Water, IQ / B a 
Poh trcl' I'c You'i;> Me 1*8 Christian Institute, 

DiM liWuiion of l'i»>es. !8 ; 6 6 
Poole (It S.) on the Eg^pl Exploration Fund, 2$ 

fir 
Pool 'o S . Pnncias, 16 / 8 / 

Lfi« M ecJics I Officers. 26 y 10 « 

Pope 'I tie) \»r«*. Btt)»herton*8 Bequest to, 24/9/ 
Popular Mu*ic, Mi. Curwen*s Tour, 25 / 6 /* 
Port Hieion Frauds—Judgment, 3; 3a 

of Hull. 31 ; 11 / 

of Jpswioh, 21 ; 4 e 

of London, 20 ht \2 d 

of Newpoii, 7 J 4 a 

POETODAL:- 

and the Conpo. 14 ; 6 6— 2C /5c 

Colonies of Wesf Afiica. li / 2 e 

Const it ution.il Uefomi Bill in. 17/ 5 rf— 24 

? 6 f. 
• and Enj^Unul, 11 i Vi a 



March 31, 1884.] pauier's index yi> thk " times " NEwaPAPKR. 



Qa 



l^oitogal (eontiHuad), 

— the C'apolH of the Ilotpital Church at Lisbon 
FalU <n Hiid KilU Four V^'(3rknien, ii m 5 f 

Miscelliineoas Ncwa, 31/5 d—3 m (i d 

Opening of the Cortes, 3 / 3 « 

Proceedings in the Cortes, 16 ; 5 €—9 fid 

Ship News, 7 ; 6 a 

tonae Spanish Sailors ]U-treared at Lisbon, 

2; oe 

Speech of the King. 3 / 3 e 

Vine Disease, d / 5 e 

and the West Coast of Africa, 19 j U a-6 

and Zanzibai-, $ ; 5 « 

l*otittvist Society, Closing Year Service. I j 7 e 
Annual Address on the ** Festival of Ha- 

manitF.'' 2 / 7 e 
Post Office, Deliver f in the South of Spain, IM 

m i a 

Foreign and En*>^^h Com pared. S j S d 

Impostor. Credulity of ilie People of ICck- 

kigton, 1 ; 4 a 

Money Ordeis for the Soudun, 27 / 8 r 

foi and from Indiji, 15/5 r 

and Savings Bank Offices, Alterations, 

31 ;5«/— 27«9/ 

Posi' Cards for Bulgaiia, B m A f 

Reciprocity. 29 m 12 ^ 

and Sunday Labour, 21 m 4 c 

Parcels Post, Extension of, 2^ 10 <f 

Delivery, Chiistmas Week, 6 j */ 

Insurance. 5 / 2 / 

in Ireland, *j3 f 1 1 / 

Reduction of Tariff. 3 m A f-*l5 m 10 c 

Proposal to Rt-ndoi' S<*ci»ie. 15/44 

StAiDps, New Seiiea, l\^m ii /— 27 /m 9 / 

Robbery of , 23 / IS c^ 

to the Transvaal, 12 w< 11 d 

Festal Ordeis. New Hcgulaiious. 21 / 4 ^ 
Telegraph Service, 12 m 12 a 

Accouni of Keceipts and Pavnients. 22 

/2« 

andTelephoMic rommunicaiion, DcpiiKi.iun 

to Governmeni abnaf. 23 I » / 

I'otato, Lecture on NfW, 2\ / 4 ' 

i'uttei (Coniptoii; Kev. (\ lieards Noii.e of, J'.) 
m a b 

Povertv and Progiess, Notes on, '^2 ♦ 10 r/— 2 / 
10 « 

I»f)wder River Catilo ("onipany, 2S / W d 

l*ower (John I'onnoi; Address to his Constitu- 
ents, \2 / ti d 

Prayer Book Hevision. New I>iil ;ibout, !•! m 10 c 

Preachers for To-njoirow, 5/7 0— 12 ;' « a — 19 
>8<— 26; 10 1^—2/ 10 /-9 / 9 /— IG / W f — 
23 / 12 d—\ m 9 /— « m 10 «-li m il y-22 
m 12 a— 29 m 12 

for the Month. 3/36 

Preservation of Cooimons, Conference in Pailia- 
ment about. 14/ 8 a 
— of Egvptian Monuments, Note on. 27 / 12 c 

PRESS Pi2[bS£C(7T10N3:>- 

the Glohe, 3 / 4 ^-17 ; 4 e— 22 / 4 A— 80 j 4 / 

the United Ireland, foi Libel, H / 10 ci 

Spanitih Journals, Sentences, Hjbe 

Trufh, for Libel. 11 /"4 r 

Pr#Uon ^KdwJ Ntx. of Kin Joiti-gi 1883, 8 /3 ^ 



Price's Patent Candle Company, 2 f li ^—21 in 

11 c 
Piiesiley (H.) on Mr. AUpoit's Kallwuv Kcfoim, 

-?5/ 
Prince of Wnles Slaie Company. 31 m ! 1 r/ 
Princess Alice Memoiial llospitnl. Meeting at 

Ea«i bourne. 2 / 9 / 
Prin^le (Geo.) on the Bishopiic of Southwell, 18 

J Hh 
Punters' New Year's ColUction, 9 / 10 </ 
PnHiners, Stalemenis bv. Notes on, 2 / 9 J— 4 
j li) d^5 J 10/— 8 i\'i 6—9; 10/- 12^ 10 r — 

£2 f 3r— 24j*6i— 2iy 6/ 
Pi Mi hard (C.)oo the Scientific Accuracy of the 

Bible, 1 1 .; 7 /• 
Privy ('ouncil at Windsor, 5 m 9 / 
Probate Kegisiry. Irt / II « 
Proportional Bep«e«entai ion. 11 m O** 

Mcvtin^i to Forn» a Sociely to Pmmote. 17 

Sotiety, Conqilete List of the Members of 

Pnili.-unont wln) li.ive Joined, 23 / i2r—2f^ f "i / 

Pro-pec5Usefl, 31 ? M A — 1 / 11 /i— 22 m 10 d 
PioieHtants and Ca> holies in Iieland. 29 j 3 b 
Provident Clerks' BcMtevolenc Fund, Annual 

Meeting, 2S / 7 « 
Mutual I^ifc Assurance As>'<ci.ifion. J-', f 

11 e 

Life Office. 29 j \\ a 

Pj-ovin*!.)! rt.ix!k E\cluuiges, s^e «f/r/i dtii/*it pof er 

Life Insurance Company. 25 M 1 <• 

PiudeniiaJ Assurance (!om]iany, Note about, ^0 

ni 1 1 6 
Pru9««ia, see Gbrhany 
Ptynie (Chas. i;e la; on Blanchard Jerrold, 14 

wj 4 / 
Ptyckieal Researdi, PiofesAor Sedgwick on, 29 

Publ'c Accounts. I'> m Bd 

C^ompaniea. Assefisment of, 15 i 11 c 

Debl, tjpecial Treasury of, 16 ^ 11 6—16 / 

11 /i 

Income and KxjKjnditure, 2/11 r — 9 / 1 1 o 

_10 / , 1 ^—2:; / 1 1 f —30 ; 1 1 6—6 /• 1 1 f — 13 
/ 12 6— I'O / 11 6 -L'7 / 11 6—6 tu 11 c—iJ >n 
11 ,— li< /« I I 6 — 2<; m lie 

Hecord l)t!i«e. -' i m 4 /' 

4tib Anti lal K'eport, 25 j 7 6 

Purdeet Ponder Magazines, 26y 10 d 



Qnaianijne al A (hens. 24 ) .") / 

in Iv^.vpt AlMili'hed, 8 / 5 / 

al MHl.a. <s / I I / 

in ilie Me<lJJetrnn<Nni. 30 ; 5 e 

HegtdationH. 2o /« "i d 

at >nez, 5) / <> r — i:; i C « — 14 / 1 1 rf 

- a I Sviia. 7 / 10 « 

Qdeen Anne's liounty. Meeting of ihc Governors, 

20 //' 5 e 
Queen lloiel, narn)ffate. -9 /' 1 1 <y 
Qneen'« Hotel, i hi'lienlium, 29 / 11 r 
Qiieeidiiihc, Elei'iion of a Common Counudman 

foi the Ward ot. iJt»./ 5 d 
Queensland, Legislative Proceedings in, 2o j 5/ 

{\j ."» ^—12 w 5 f 

Mineral Wealth of, 12 m 10 « 

«7 



tiU9 



PAUIKB's index to '* the TiatEa ^ NEiV^SPAPER. 



[Jan. I t,. 



^^uetnstanJ, Bill for Repeal of the Railway Com- 
panies Act 9 /■ 5 d 

i^ulfl Tulerit Gracchos de Seditione Querentes ? 
25 / 7 < 

R. 

Rae TDr.") Lecture on the Eskenios and Life 
amon^ them. 4 i 2 r/ 

Raiftfed School Work, 13 m 10/ 

R.iikeai^H. Cecd) at the Conservatire Meethig 
at Mold. 22 t <» r 

at Holywell. 20 / 7 / 

RHilway Accidents, c«< Accidkhts — Railway 

Mr. AUport's Reforms in, 3 y 6 /— 4 / 12 6 

-9 ; 4 /" 

Attempt to Wreck a Train in the Tunnel 

under Primrose Hill. 23 ; 5/ 

Benevolent Ii.stitution. 2 ; 8 6 

Blnckfriars New Bridge, 5 / fi ^—1 j 7 d 

Carria^re of Silk Goods. 19 » 11 f 

Channel Tunnel Bills, 1 ; 9 /— 16 / 7 e-U 

} 5 
ComraisMon Bill. 12 M rf 

Debenture Trust Company, 21 > 11 e— 25 

i\\ </— 1 rile 

-^ District Ventilators, 4 /* 1 1 / 

Electrically Worked Signals, 23/ 4y 

Extension in India, 24 ? 9 /' 

in South London. 8 / 8 /• 

Forth Bridge, 19 M6 ^/ 

Freights in the Midlands, 2 » / 5/ 

Hours of S<»rv«nt8 2 ; 8 '» 

Intt*rference wiih Open Spaces, 12 / 10 « 

Invosrn^«,it Company, 1m II r— 27 w 1 1 f 

Leiritl ition. 8 / 9 / 

Lighting of Trains by Direct Electricity, 6 

7 7/ 

Metropolitan Extension, Necessity of, 16 m 

10 A 

New Palace Car f«)r Buenos Ayres. 7 / II </ 

Thtouj{h Express to Ho-ne. *I0 . « /> 

- Outrage, Attempted, at ihe North Eastern 
Railway, Hull, %j 10 6 

Passengers* Assurance Compmy. 6 w U c 

Duty on. 2t^ / 1 1 d 

Private Enterprise In India. 24 ; 9 /" 

Progress of. to the Prcj-ent Time. 15 ; 11 h 

and other Projects in the C^ity. 6/ 10 t 

Proposed Tunnel under the London Parks, 

1; (j/-4j 7 / 

Rates Agitation. 21 i 6 /* 

for Iron and Hardware, 7 ; 8 « 

Reduction in Freights, 1 ? ti / 

Servants, Hours of Labour, Application to 

Reduce, 1 9 ; 1 1 / 

VVajiej' Movement, 14 / 7 « 

Share Trust Company, 23/11 e—26j 11 d 

— 1/lle 
Shareholders* Association. Meeting at the 

Cannon Street Hotel, 4 ; 7 a— 15/ 12 c 

Sleeper Supply Company, LS m 1 1 c 

South of France Express. 19/8 6 

State Control of. 7 ; « a— 8 ; 7 f/— 8 / 8 6— 

9i 12 h— 15 J f< a 

Travelling. Nolii on, 2 i i a 

Through Express to Home. 1 7 ; 1 /" 

Underground Explosions, Official Inquiry 

into, 25 / 6y 
88 



RAILW4T3:- 

Alabama. Great Southern, 17 m 11 A— 2C « 

11 r 

Abffoas. 20/11 « 

Arbroath and Forfar, 25 m II r 

Atistrian. 21 7 5 c 

Bahia and San Francisco, 26 m II r 

BenjfHl Central, 28/ 1 1 c 

and North Western, f ; 1 1 ^ 

Bilbao River and Cantabrian. 28/11 c— 5 

m II </-13 w 11 c 
Brazilian Imperial Central BahiA, 4 m II c 

— 7 m II e 

Brecon and Merthyr, 14 / 1 1 r 

Tydfil Junction. 22 f U d—28 / 1 1 r 

- — Bristol and Portishead Pier and, 3 m 11 6 
Buckfastleigh, Totnea and South Devon, 13 

mile 
Buenos Ayres and Rosario, 1 m 13 c 

Buffalo and Lake Huron, l/ll d 

Caledonian, 21 fli c— 5 m U d--\7 m 11 h 

—26 m\ie 

Cambrian. 25 ^ 1 1 c 

Camdian Pacific. 28 j 6 <— 31 j 6 //—I /I e 

—2/ 5r-6/ 11 6— 7/'5/— 28/5y 
Centr.al Argentine. 4 7 1 1 fl^ 

Cleveland. Columbus, Cincinoati and Io> 

dinnapoHs. K) m II h 

Cockermouth. Kesirickand Penrith, \9 fll 

A-25 n I r 

Cornwall. IS / 11 r 

(''owes and Newport. 28 / 1 1 r 

- Didcot, Newbury and Southampton, 13 m 11 
r— I9i« 11 r 

Distriot 8y lie 

Dublin. Wicklow and Wexford, Uy 11 c 

- East Argentine, 1 4 / M 

India, 4 ; 1 1 d- 26 w 9 / 

I.K>ndon, 8 ; 1 1 c— 16 j \\ d 

Eastbourne Expresa, 1 / 11 c 

Eastern Bengal. 4/11 6 

and Midlands. 19 m 11 e 

Electric from the West End to th« City, H> 

;«/ 

¥:x tension in Essex, 23 ; 9 / 

Forth Bridge, 14/ 11 e 

Freights in the Midlands. 18 ; 8 a 

Furness, 14 / 11 r— 18 / 11 «— 2,'> / 11 <■-! 

m 13 c 
Glasgow and South Western, 5 w 11 rf— 11 

m 1 1 c — 19 wi lime 

Graham's Town and Port Alfrc^l 1 7 II # 

Grand Trunk of Canada, 2 1 ; 1 1 a 

Grent Eastern. 19 ; 13 rf~22 » 1 1 d—M / 1 1 <• 

North of Scotland, 14 m II d 

Northern, 4; 11 c/— 7 / 11 r— 11 /'il /.- 

16 M3r 
and Western, of Ireland. 1 W 1 1 r 

Southern and Western, of Ireland, 9/11 

1/— 20 /lie 

Western, 6/"II d-9 f 11 <?— 15 fW r 

Hull and Bitrnsley. and Dock. 2S f W e 

and VVeijt Uidiii;/. 9 / IJ ./ -hi / l» , - H 

7d— 14 » tf— 20 / 1 1 o— 6 .71 1 ( r 

- Hunsunton and West Norfi>lk, t> /* M U 
Illinois Central, \H j \\ d 

ludian, iij 6i— 14j9y— 13y 4/ 



March 31, 1884.] PALatKR'a ind^ex to "the times" newspaper. 



Bef 



Bailwayg (rtmtinuec/). 

— Isle of Wight, 28y 11 c 

Jara, 26 ; 5 rf 

Kington and Eanlif^ley. 26/11 e 

Lancashire and Yorkshire, 29 ; 1 1 J— 7 f 1 1 

c-14 f]l c 
Mr. Asquith tlie Treasurer Obsconsd, IS ; 

rt d—]9 i9 h 
Reported Suicide of Mr. Asquith at 

Guernsey. 21 ; 1 1 e— 22 ; 6 e 

London and BlHckwall, 25 ; 11 c— 6/li d 

Brighton and South Ceast, 12 ; 11^—16 

.; 11 rf-24; II »/ 

Chatham and Dorer, 24 ; 1 1 d— 8/1 1 e— 



\KJ lie 

and Eastkoume, 15 w 13 « 

■^— and Greenwich. 9 ; 1 1 <? 

and North Western, 6/ 1 1 <f— 11 y 1 1 <j— 



16/n 



Regate and Brighton. 12 ; 11 6— 19> 9 e 

—29 i 6 rf--3« 7 6 a— 5 m 10 a 
and South Western, 9/11 6—24 ; 11 «/— 

aiyiirf 

• TUbury and Southend, 16 i 11 <i-'60j 11 

e— 16/13 "— 22 w VA b 

Long Island. 22 / 1 1 d 

Louisville aiid Nashville, 9 /"1 1 6 

Lydd. 26 f 1 1 r 

Manchestor, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, 12 

i 11 d— 17; 11 c— 24? 11 d 

Marlborough, \% m 11 * 

Maryport and Carlisle, 5/11 rf— 13 / 1 1 / 

/— 22 r 1 1 c 

Metropolitan, 10; 11 c— 14 ill 6— 19;18rf 

-I w 11 c-20 w 11 c 

District, 16/13 d— 22 fWh 

• 21st Anniversary of the Opening of to be 

Celebrated by the Officials, 2 i 10 rf 
- — ■ — Number of Passengers on Boxing Day, 3 

;4rf 

• Outer Circle, 19/11 r 

Mexican Central, \0 moc 

Mid-London Electric, 5 ? 4 « 

Mid- Wales, By 1 1 «— 22 f i\ r 

Midland, 2/11 rf— 9 1 1 1 r— 16 / 13 c 

Great Western, of Ireland. 28*/ 1 1 c 

New to Brighton, 3 w ^ f—\m loy 

to Folkestone. 19 m 11 / 

York Central &c.. 6 / M A 

and Hudson River. 8 w 13 c— 12 « 11 rf 

Ontario and Western, 18 ill 6—23 

Mm 
Pennsylvania and Ohio, 24 m 11 * 

NiEam's State. 12 ; 11 6—9 /11a 

Nonh Britij^h. 7 w 11 r— 13 « 11 c— 21 m 11 « 

Eastern, 25 j 1 1 c-2 / II rf -9y 1 1 v 

London. 8 / 1 1 e — 16 / 13 ^y 

^ and South Western Junction, 9/ 1 1 c 

Suffordshire. ly 11 rf— 11 / 11 h 

Northern Pacific, 8 / 3 rf— 5 ; S rf 

Ohio and Mississippi. 14 / 1 1 A— 19; 13 < 

— Ore^ton. :50 / 5« 

Ort.'iji.n, >;♦ II r — -JiiMilJ r 

' — Oudc and lii>hilkund, 5 ; 1 1 a 
I'aik Railway, 21 i 4 (y— 14 »i 4 a 

and Parliament .Street Improvement BiU, 

""— — Deputation to GoverBinent on, 5 / 10 « 



Kailwaya {continued). 

Pennsylvanlan, 5 m 7 e 

Persian, 24 m 4 / 

Philadelphia and Rending. 7 ; 11 a — ISj fi r 

-30 ; 5 rf— 30 ;' 1 1 A- 31 j \l h 

Plymouth and Dartmoor. 25 mil e 

to Quetta, 8 m 13/— 11 w 4 a 

Uhymney. 14 / 1 1 c 

Rome to Frascati. Extension. 4 / 5 rf 

Rosa and Monmouth. 15/11 e 

Ryde and Newport, 28/ 1 1 c 

Sambre and Meuse. 13 w II c — 1 > m 13 « 

— San Paulo ( Brazilian . 22 /m 1 1 b- 29 m 1 1 f 

St. Gothard, 31 ; 6 </ 

Scarborough and Whitby, 25/11 e 

Severn and Wye and Severn Bridge, 25 f 

11 c 

South Ea?tern, \\ J 11 rf-l8;ll rf— 26 ; 

11 c— 29 7 116 

Western. 9 / 1 1 c 

Southern Brazilian Rio Grande do Sul, 24 

m 11 6 
Southport and Cheshire Lines Extension, 5- 

/ 11 rf 

Southsea Extension, 26 w 10 c 

State of Shares in Companies, see everj^ 

d<n/\s paper 

Submarine Continental. 14 ;« 11 rf— 29 m 18 c 

Swindon and Cheltenham Extension, 3 m 

11 b 
Swindon, Marlborough and Andover, 3 m 

11 b 

TafiF Vale. 1 / U rf-14 / 11 r 

Traffic Returns, see every dayspap^r 

Vienna (Mty, 29 / 4 / 

Waterford and Central Ireland, 21 ; 11 6 

West Somerset, 12 / II c 

Western Sicilian, 31 m 11 e 

Worcester, Bromyard and Leominster, 3 1 m 

11 c 
Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay, 29 / 

11 c 
Rain of Worms in Firjlnnd, 7 in 4 « 
Rainbows, Professor Tyndall on, 21 / 6 e 
Rammohun Roy. Lecture on, 2 f7 d 
Ranken {W. Hayne> on Homeless and Destitute 

Boys, 7 / 4 « 
Rassam ( H.} on Egypt and the Soudan, 87 3 e 

on Shivery and the Soudan. 27/8 c 

Ratepayers' Protection Association, Meeting, 8 

m 7 rf 
Read ((\ S.) on the Cattle Diseases Bill, 29 m 6/ 

at Norwich. 10 ;/i 6 rf 

Red Sea. Surveying in. 3 7 5 « 

Redesdale (Lord) Heturn^ to London, 25 ; 9 < 

Rediotrihnrion and the Representation of the 

People nill, I w l2<• 
Redhill and Karlswood Commons. 12 m 4 c 
Hedmon<l .). K. & W.) in San Francisco, Agita- 
ting; th*» Irish Cause. 4 i 5 /— 5 ; < 

Advocate Constitutional Agitation for Ire- 

Innd wi'h no Sympathy for nynanii'ors. 15 foe 

Ue.MJ ( A ) on Scotch B»iiik n-. 2H / 1 1 6 

(^ K. I . ) on the Load Line Committee, 22 / 3 e 

on the Merchant Shipping Bill. 13 m d c 

Reformatories and Industrial Schools Commia* 
sion, 10 / 10 a— 11> 11^—14 ; G/ 

8y 



Bef 



PALMKli S INDKX TO '* TUB TIMKS NKWSrAPKK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Befoiin Club, Mr. Henry Irving Elected a Mem- 
ber or. Tl / 10 e 

C'jnference of ihe Western Counties, Meet- 
ing at Plymouth, 24 / 7 / 

Deputation to Mr. Gladstone from Leeds 

on, '2i\ } i\ / 

Meetii.^' aboul, 26 ; 7 «» 

BeforniatofN and Industrial Certified Schools, 

22 the' 
Refustil of Communion to a rarishioner who had 

Marrit^d his Deceased Wife's Sisitr. 28 / 10 e 
Kegeiii's Canal, City and Docks Company, 2!) m 

U c 

Park Enclosure, Note about, 12/10 c 

Begistration of Firms, 29 / 10 a 

and Training o( Teacben, Annual Meeting, 

13 m 9 t 
Keign of Fictions, 29/' 2 e 
liehance Mu' ine Insurance Company, 17/11 c 
Keli^iuus Equality, Meeting a. Cannon Street 

Hotel to Effect, 1 m -^ « 

ISei vices tor the People. 14 / 10 « 

Kenouf ( — ) New Maiiie Instrument, 16 m 10 a 
Kent, Ileturn o/, 16; 10 / 

Kenton (J. U.; on the Grand Trunk of Canada 

Kail way, 21 > 11 6 
Kevcnue Depaiiment, 20 /n 10 c 

lieturns, Ijlld 

EBVIEWS:- 

Audsiey, G. A., Ornamental Arts of Japan, 

lb J 4 a 

Australian Handbook, ^or 1884, 16 m 6 « 

« Bankruptcy Act and Kules, wiih Comments 

by Chalmers and Hough. 14 / II b 
^— Besanl, Walter, All in a Garden Fair, 1 

;2./ 

- Blowilz, M. de, Une Course a Constantino- 
ple, 81 ; 8 a 

Bos worth's Clergy Directory, 25 / 6 c 

British Imperial Calendar. 25 / 4 a 

. Biou^hton, Khoda, Belinda, 1 ;2/ 

Burgmeiu, J., Livre des Seienades, &c., 23 

- — Bui ke, Sir B., Vicissitudes of Families, 1 
jZa 

. Peerage for 1884. 8 ; 1 1 r 

— - Busch, l3r. M., Uuser Keichsknnzler, 19 / 

City of London Directory for 1884, 8 /n 1 1 / 

Clergy List for 1884. 2b f 1 e 

Commercial Publications, 0/11 6—28 f W h 

- — County and Municipal Corporations Com- 
panions. 23 3 b e 
^— . Didon, Pere. Les Allemands, 19/4/ 
Directory for Directors, 25 / 1 1 6 

Debreit's Peerage and Baronetage for 1884, 

4 m 4 a 

Dod's Peerage J or 1884, 19 / 5 « 

Dr. Edirh IJomney. 1 /2 / 

Eliot, Geoige, Essays and Leaves from a 

Note Book, 21/ A e 
. Eminem. Women, Scries,Edited by Ingram, 

9j4e 

Fern Portfolio, 6 / 9 /* 

— ^ George, Henry, on Social Problems, 23 / 6 a 
. — Gosse, E. W., Seventeenth Century Studies, 

22 > 8 a 

yo 



Eeviews (rontinueJ). 

Hardinge, W. M., Eugenia, 1 ;3a 

Hope-St-ott. James Kobert, of Abbotsford, 

Memoirs of. 28 / h n 

Hop;mer, John, Bygone Beauties. 5 / 12 a 

UuefFer, Francis. Italian and other Studies, 

1 f Ad 

~ Index to The Times Newspaper, 2y3«— 22 
>4« -22 /5 / 

Indian List, Civil a.id Military for 1884, 18 

»i I(t h 

Jeans, W. T.. Creators of the Age of Steel, 

%ll a 

Johnson. Dr. Samuel. Life of, by Bos well, 

KeTiKe^l by Napier. IG / 6 « 

Johnston, H. H.. Uiver Congo, 27 / 6 a 

Khedives and Pachas, 20 /« > c 

La Bi oyere, 8 ; 4 d 

Leaves from the Journal of H. Majesty's 

Life in .he Hi<rhland8. 12 / 10 o 

anu I he Dedicaiion, 8/ 10 /* 

French Opinion oo. 22 ( b a 

- Utile Girl amoii^: the Old Masters, Edited 
by W. I). Ho wells, 8 w 4 b 

the Louvre, a Complete Handbook to the 

Museum. I m 6 6 

Maupa^. M. de. Memoires sur le Second 

Eoipiie, 12 / 5 6—21 / 6 b 

Men of the Time, 11 » 10 c 

Mistral, Fted,, Mareelle, 2/ 12 a 

New English Dictionary, A. to Ant., Edited 

by Dr. Murray, 26 / 6 a 

Luci«n. by Mr. Traill, 28 m 3 f 

Observatums on Spiritualism, by Aichdake 

John, 7 m 5 r 

O'Hag^nn, Lord, Occasional Papers and Ad- 
dresses, 16 IN 6 6 * 

Pilestrina's Works, New Edititm of, 1 f^a 

Palmer. Samuel, Index to The Times News- 
paper. 2 / y e— 22 ) 4 e— 22/5 / 

Pi«rie. W. M. Flinders, Pyran»ids and 

Temples of Gizeh. I / 2 d 

Poe, E. A., the Riiven, 5 ; 12 o 

Bevet, O., Monuments de TArt Antique, 4 

/ 12 a 

lieclus, Elisee, Not. Geog. Universe lie, 1 

;3 a 

Rein, J, J., Japan, Travels and Researches 

in, 10; 3a 

Royal Blue Book, 29 / 9 f 

Kalendar for 1884, 28 / 8 a 

Spier's French and English Dictionary. 25 

/be 

Siatenian's Year Book, Edited bv Keltic, 

14/ 10 a 

Thom s Official Directory for 1884. 29 / 4 e 

Walford, E., County Familiea. 29 / 4 a 

WebHier's Royal Red Book for 1884. 8 / 4 / 

Whitaker's Almanac, 2^ 4 a 

Wingfiwld, Hon. Lewis, Abigal Itowe, 1 ; 2/ 

see uUo Books 

Reynolds (Sir Joshua) at theGrosvenor Gallery, 

2j4 /— 4;8/—4l Gd 

Conservation of Picturesby, 21) j 2e— ]6/4a 

Ribble, State of. 29/10/ 

Ribton ( W.) on Prisoners* Statements, 9 / 10/ 

on Trial by Jury, 29 / i* a 



March 81, t«84.] 



PALHEli's INDKX TO ** THE Tf MES " NEWSPAPER. 



Eoy 



Richards (Brinlev) Lecture on Ancient and 

Modern Music, 6/ 4 / 
(Vi^re Adm.) on J4ew Guinea, 4 ; 12 d 

on ihe Oil Experimenis. 31.; 10 /' 

(^Dr. Vincent) Chuleia Geim Queeiion, 24 

mi b 

on Temperance, 8 / 7 /* 

Rhodes (Parker) on Treaties of Commerce be- 
tween Gieut Britain and IToreiga Nations, 28 

l^ght of Meeting in the Parks, Government De- 
cides on the Legali(,v, Hi 6 / 

Rio de Janeiro City improvements Company, 81 
m 11 c 

Rippin (H. W.) on the Explosives Trial, 22 ; 8 b 

Rising San, Ordeis Conferied, '^6 i 8 a— 2i) m6e 

River Plaie, Miscellaneous News, 8 / 4 /—IS 
37 d 

Trust, Loan and Agency Company, 20 m 

Lie 

Tyne Commissioners, 26 fll d 

Dry Docks. Engineering and Boiler Mak- 
ing Company, 21 ; 1 1 a 

Riviere's Picture " PoUarathene " Purchase 
Meney af the Crompion Porter Sale. 25 m \0 e 

Robbery ^rom Madame Albani, al Manchester, 1 
j y /-3 / y./ 

of Chemicals, ly 3 6 

at the Cooiinentnl Hotel. Paris, Sm7 d 

of Dynamite, «n Wales. I ; 7 6 

of Jewels, at Windsor Castle, 16 m 11 /* 

of Pillai Coxes Sj I) / 

of the Post Bjigs, at Leipsic. 8 / 6 / 

at Ihe Post Office, Pesth. a i 6 /— 10 ) 5 c 

Alleged, o Silver, at Birmingham, 2 ji' 6 c 

at the Solihull Post Office, 31 7 1 1 / 

Robins (Hev. A.) en the Dwellings of the Wind- 
sor Poor, 2* m 10 6 

Robinson (J. O.)on the Conservation of Pictuies 

by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 29 ; 2 / — 1 6 /'3 a 
Rochestei, the Bishop and his Clergy, 19 ; 10 o 

—22 / 6 d 

Diocesan Conference, 26 /*10 <j 

— Ten Chuu'he.4 Fund. 27 / 12 c 
Rodgers and Son^, 15/ P e 
Roebuck (Rt. Hon. J. A.) Grant to the Family 

of , 1 w 1 1 /• 
Rogers (^Rev. W.) Appeal for John Phelps, the 

Reduced Waterman. 3> 4 c 
Rohlfs (G.) OD Abvssinia. 1 m 6/ 
Roman Discoveries in Mayence, 8j 10/ 
- — Top<»graphy, 1 / 2 « 

Rooks and Wild Pigeons. Destruction of, 11 / 9 /*■ 
Ro«a (Carl) Two New Operas, 29 / bf 
Rosebery (Lord) Pieseniaiion of ibe Freedom of 

DuDilee to, 31 m 9 e 
Ross (Lt.-Col.) Treatment of, by an Officer of 

the Tuibio Fort, near Monaco, 24 ; 6 /" 
Rosse (Lord) on ProtesUuts and CathoMcs in 

Ireland, 29 j '6 h 
liosiuioie (Lord) his Case, 11 / 8 a 
Rotheihtiheand Mr. Chumberlain, 14 ; 6 c— 18 

}1e 
Rothflchild (Alphonse de) Flealth of, \0 j 9 f 
— (Baroness de) Bequests of the late, 24 m 9s 
lather; (H. C.) Letter to Mr. Chamberlain en 

the Merchant Shipping Bill, 



Roumania and Austria, 28 ;' 6 c 

and the Danube. 25 / 5 f 

Incident at the Economical Congress of Jassy, 

26 / 5 r 

Legislative Proceedings, 6 / 5 e 

Roumelia, Eastern. Appointments. 8 J 5/ 

Celebration of the Anniversary of the Enlry 

of the Ku^sian Army, 18 7 5 « 

Miscellaneous News, liS./ 7 rf— 19/5 rf— 26 

m 5c 
Order of the Osmanie Conferred on the 

Bulgarian Exarch, 3 ; 3 ^ 

Hesignation of Gen. Strecker, 2 ; 5 d 

Royal Academy. New Member, 31^9/ 
of Music. 22 m 12 / 

Agricultural Show at Chestei, 25/11 h 

Society of England, Meetings, 7/8 ft— 7 

m 4 c 

Aquarium and Summer and Winter Garden 

Society, 29 / 1 1 r— 8 m 13 c 

Archaeological Institute, Monthly Meeting, 

9./ 4 / 

Architectural Museum School of Art, An- 
nual Distribution of Prizes, 10 j 6 </ 

Asiatic Society, Meetings, 2# / 4 c — 19 m 

\0d 

Asylum of St. Ann's Society, Anniversary 

Festival, 14/106 

- Botanic Society, Exhibitions of Spring' 
Flowers, 27 m 10 a 

Meeting. 24 m 4 if 

New Members, 14 ; 10 6—12 /"4 a- 25 / 

7e 

Cambrian Academy of Art, 5 j 9 / 

College of Music. Examinations, 1 ; 7 6—18 

jed 

- New Organ Erected in the Albert Hall, 
West Theatre, for, I f 6a 

Royal Visit to, 7 m 10 cf 

Scholarships be be Competed for, 21 / 9 c 

—27 m 8 c 
Second Anniversary, 28/ 10 ci 

Colonial Institute, Papers Read before, 24 

; 6</— 15/ 4r 

New Secretary. 28 » 1 1 6 

Counties Agricultural Society, 4 m 4 a 

Courts of Justice, Acoustic Properties of, & 

fSd 
Arrangements and Improvements in, 5 

>9/ 

Open to the Public 7 / 12 c 

Exchange Shipping Company, 81 w lie 

Geographical Society, and its Award of 

MedaU, 14 / 8 r 

Papers Read before, 8/7 </— 30 / 7 rf— 

12/9 a 

Gift by the Queen to Capt. Talbot, 5 m 10 <i 

Historical Society, Papers Read before, 11 

Horticultural Society, Annual Meeting, 14 

/ e e 

Prifice of Wales Presents a Silver Cup 

for Coujpetition. 24 m 9 d 

Hospital for Children and Women, Annual 

Meeting, 2 i / U « 

for lutniDibles, Anniversary Dinner, 7 nt 



10 h 



91 



Xoy 



PALUKB*6 INDCX TO " T3K TIMES " NBW8PAPER. 



[Jan. 1 U 



Boyal Household Appointmenta, 2 j 10 c— 28 ; 

lUa— 2U/»</— 2«Ji«6 c 
Humane Society, Meeting and Awards for 

Saving Life. 21 ; (> « 

Institute of British Architects, Papers Read 

befure, 5 / t» t- 

of Painters in Water Tolours, 21 / 8 a 

Institutifin, Lectures before. 2 / 10 r— 10 

j 3 6—21 1 6 «•— 28 i 8 r— 28 ; 6 /—SO; 12 c— 
2/7 d -7 r o «— 4 w 4 6—14 wi IU<r 

Meetings, 29 / 10 /-« / 10 / 

Theatre of, 21 ; « rf- 24 ; a <i 

Litemrv Fund. Annual Meeting and Elec- 
tion of Officers. 8 w 7 d-^\'6 w 9 « 

- London Ophthalmic Hospital, Annual 
Meeting. 6 m 1 1 / 

Masonic Benevolent institution. Anniver- 
sary Festival. 2 ; 5./— 26/ 10 «— 27/5 s 

for Girls. 13 m 8 « 

Meteorological Society, Ordinary Meeting, 

23/6/— 20 w 11 e 

National Life- Boat Institution, Annual 

Meeting, 17 m 46 

Meetings and Awards for Services, 11 

79/- 

Naval Benevolent Society, M* eting, 22/10 d 

Normal College for the Blind, Annual 

Orchestral Concert. 2/76 
Scottisli Academy, New Academician, 12 

/9d 

Sea Bathing Infirmary, Meeting at the 

Mansion House, 12 m 12 a 

Society, Papers itead before, 14 w 8 </— 14 

mil/ 

of Painters in Water Colours, New Asso- 
ciates, 27 tuA f 

United Service Institution, Papers Read 

before. 19> 8 rf— 28 ; 7 c— 1 j 8 6—7 J 7 dS 
m 4 a ~8 m \2 e 

University of Ireland, Notices, S ml / 

lioyie (Charles) Our Egyptian Policy. 27 / 8 d 

(Geo.) British Directors of the Suez Canal 

Company, 20 m 10 e 

Rugby School, 22 m 13 d 

Huskin (Professor) Storm Cloud of the 19th 
Century, 6 / 7 d 

and Land Reform. 2 ; 9 /* 

Rusflcll '^Gco.; on Whigs and Radicals, 10 / 6 6 

H,USSIA:- 

AbuKes in the Transport Service, 26 m 5 c 

- A ccoui • t of N echay efif, t he Fa iher of Terror- 
ism in, 2 / 7 o 

« Address of the Moscow Nobles Convention 

to the ("zar, 26 / 6 e 

Advances of. 24 m 5 c 

in Asia, 7 m 5 r— 11 m5 e 

Agrarian Agitation in. 31 /or 

Ouir«?e at Boltchinsk. 22 /"S r— 8 w 7 d 

Alcohol Ordinance, 2/5 e 

and the Ameer Territory, 31 /5 c 

— — Anti-Jewish Riot at Woronok, 9 / 5 cf 
-1 — Appointiuents. .HO f 6 6 

Army, Changes in, 1 6 / 5 rf 

. Arrests, 9 ; 6 6— lU ; 5/ — 17/ 5 6 -14/5 

d — 24 m 6 a 

-, of Socialists, 9 m 6 d—\^J % c 

of Niliihsts, 21 //] 5 c 

92 



-9/6c 



RuBsia Cronfmued). 

Arrests in Asia, 1/6 r- 

in Warsaw. 19 in 5 « 

Assemblies of Nobles Address the Emperor, 

6 i« 5a 

Attempt on the Life of M. Balutin, 27 /'o € 

Attempted Murders. 19 / 7 d 

Black Sand Desert, 19 m 5 c 

Bokharan Malidi, 16 m 6 d 

lirutal Treatment of a Simple Exile at 

Tobolsk, 9 ; 5 / 

Budget, 11 ;6 /— li/5rf— 15/5 e 

and Bulgaria. 7 m 6 rf— 15 m 7 /— 21 « 5 <r 

Dr. Bunge*s Expedition to tke Polar Regions 

of Siberia, 9 / 5 c 

Butter Carnival at St. Petersburg. 28 / i» d 

Case of Degaieflf, 16/6 e— 18 ; 6 s 

and China. 4 /* 6 e 

in Central Asia, 9 / 6 6—20/ 6 <?— 23 f 7 ". 

-26/6 6—11 m6c— 13i«5 /— 14 m bj -15 

JM 7/— 18 m 5 #—19 m 6 r— 26 m 6 6 
Cenflrmation at the British Embassy, 10 « 

6« 
Convocation of the Supreme Council, 23 

/7 c 
(^ourt-Martial for Robbery and Corruption, 

31 m 5 c 

Court News, 10 / 5 r— 14 ; 6 d— 16 / 5 6— 

28/5</— 4si6tf— 5 m 5 4/— 10 m 6 rf— 11 m5e 

Crown Estates in, ^ 8 / 6 < 

Diplomatic Ch inges, 18 / 6/— 22 / 5 c— 27 

/■6< — I8m5 6— 21 /« 5 6 

the Russian Press on, 19 m 6 



Consequences of the Merv Occupation^ 

14m 7 A 

News, 2/6 rf— 28 ; 6 «-13 y 6 6—14 / 5 



4—29 / 5 c— 31 m 6 

Kducation Question in, 27 f6 k 

and England, 5 m 5 </— 14 m 6 « 

in Asia, 15m 7 d 

and Central Asia, 19 m 6 « 

Epiphany Festival in, 19 ; 7 f-9lj 6 i-2S 

for 
False News about, 80 / 6 6 

Female Medical Students to Reside ct 

Collttge. 25 / a d 

Finances, 19/7/— 1/5 d 

and France and Italy, 24 / 6 # 

and Germany, 1/6 if— 6 j 5 6 — 11 / 5y 

and Greece, 22/6 r. 

HealJi of and Accident to tlie Caar, 4y 5 e 

-a; 6 c— 11 /5 c— I4i5<rf 
Hunt (Hon. W.) Funeral Service Performed 

Over, b mft d 
industrial Schools and Jew Boys, 30 / 6 ^ 

Jews in, 12 m 6/— 21 «n 6 c 

Jewish Qtt stioii in, 9 i 6 € — If ; 6 «— 1 7 / 5 

6— 31 /6rf-30/6 6 

Col. Kaulbars' Mission, t% fbd 

Count Linbensky, Banished without Trial 

for Two Years, 19/6 c 

Maljrersation among Officials in, 2%mhc 

Mr. Marvin's Paper on the Annexation of 

Merv, 1 m 7 
and Merv, 2/6 rf— 6 / 6 rf— 8 fZ rf— 16 fl 

<j -18 / 6 /--28y 3 «~25/6 s— 96 fb c-10 « 

6 s— 4I1jn6< 



March 31, 1884.] PALHUR'ti index to ^^ the times" nkwspapkr. 



St, 



BuBBia (continued). 

Meteorite, Report on one, which Fell near 

Odessa, B m Ae 

Military News, 23 j 6 d 

Miscellaneous News, 12 ; 5 e 22 ; 6 e— 20 

>6y— liy 6e— 13/ 5 f— 18 / 6^—18 /'B a — 
22/7 d— 26 fe 6—26 / 5 d—S m 5 y-8 m 7 
i— 12 m 6 c-^M m 5 /— 31 m (y a 

Moscow Assembly of Nobles Address the 

Emperor, b fb d 

Sjoarow Gazette, Startling Essays in, 26 ; 5 1 

Murder of Col. Soudaikip, .»e« Mordebs 

New Socialist Journal in. 1 5 ; 6 e 

Nihilism in, 1 ; 6 a— 29 ; 6 c 

Nihilist Intrigues, 6 / 6 e 

Prisoners. 4 j' 5 — 16 i 5 t 

Threats in. 14 w 6/ 

Nobility and Peasantry, Future Prospects 

of, 24 ; 5 <y 

M. Perfilief Pardoned. 29 }bd 

Press Regulations, 16> 6 e— 19y 7 d—2\ /5 

</— 28 jhc 
— Prince Cantacnzene in, 22 7 5 A 
Probable War with Germjiiiy, 2A j 5 d 

Pn^clHmation for and ajjainnt the Discorery 

of the Murderers of Col. Soudaikin, 18 m 6 e — 
10 m&c 

Railway News. 15 w 7 rf 

Railways in, 18 ; 6 <— 26 m 5 b 

Reception of M. Spielhagau at St. Peters- 
burgh. 20 mbb 

Reputed Poisoning of M, Ravalevsky, 26 

/6 6 

and the Sandwich Inlands, ] fb d 

Search after the Assassin of Col. Soudaikin, 

8m 7 A 

Secret and Rerolutionary Prints and News- 
papers Issued in, 15 ; 5 b 

' and 8ervia, 20 m 5 <r 

and the Socialists. 20 m B c 

Steamship Service in ihe Sea of Aral, 11 

/5 « 

Students, Poor Male, to Reside at the 

Unirersity. 25 / 5 d 

- Gen. Tchernaieff's Downfall, Story of, 20 
foe 

Thealricnl News, 12 / 5 c 

Trade iu Mongolia, h f o d 

Turgereraeff ((^oiint) Funeral. IS m .'» c 

Turkestan (^oinniission, 20 m 5 c 

and Turkey. 22 / 5 # — 1 m 7 <?- -21 m 5 e 

the University of Kdinburgh Tercentenary, 

T>elegates fn>ni the Rudsian Lniversities Sent 
to, 19 m 6 e--20 in 5 c 

University Statutes. 27/5 h 

Volunteer Fleet of, 25 w 6 d 

Russian Central Asia— SemipiUtinsk, \ j*2 a 

Land oi Seven Strejims, \ / 2 d 

Embassy, 7 7 8 a— 10 ; 9/ -15> 8 a— 28> 9 

/~7 / 10 a— 8 / 9/ 

Forged Notes, 1 ; 6 a 

Rntland (Duke of) oii the Wellington Statue, 25 

y8r— 8 m 6 a—'^d m 6d 

(James) ABtiquities of.Taplow. A i A f 

Ruxtun (Rear xVdai.) en Portugal and the West 

Coan of Africa, 19 / 14 <i 
RyUiiOs and Sons, 2a j \i d 



Rylett (Harold) on the Recent Proclaimt-d Meet> 
ing at Castlewallan, 19/11 e 

S. 
Sacred Harmonic Society, 28y 10 rf— 2 A 6 c— 21 

/ll c— 23/13 e 
Saddlers* Company, Grand Dinners by. 22 j b f 
bailors and their Grievances, Meeting; of Union 

and Nonunion .vien on Sunderland Moor, 19 

/ 10 « 
Salar Jung, Proposed Memorial to, in Bombay, 

20 w 6 6 
Sahsbury (Marquis of) at the Banquet at the 

Grocers' Company to Commemorate the C.-n- 

tennial Anniversary of William Pitt's llece.vin.^ 

the Freedom of the (Company, 29 /* 10 d 
and the Brigg Conservative Association. 8 

m 12 c 
and the Cambridge Conservative Club 29 

/»./■ 
at the Conservative Meeting at Dorchester, 

17; 10 <? 
at the Inau$;ural Dinner of the Hertford 

Conservative (-lub, 31 / 7 c 

at Lillie Bridjfe. 13 //i 6 a 

at the St. Stephen's Club. 14 / 6 c 

en the Water Supply of the Poiir. II m A e 

Salmon Epg^ for New Zeiland. 30 j b e 
Lane. Mission Hall. Limehouso, New Yenrj 

Dinner at, to 150 People. 2i9 f 
Luily Colm Campbell Opens the New 

Hall, 2 J 9 /• 
Salmond (Walter) an the Coal Trade, 15 ; 7 a 
Salvation Army at Exeter, 26 / 6 e 
and Germany, 8 i 3 « 

Work on the Continent. 18 « 10 s 

Samuel (Saul) on the Unalienated Land in New 

South Wales. 7 / 12 a 
San Salvador, New President, 28 ; 5< 
Sandeman (J. O.) on Hayling Island, 26/ 10 r 
Sanders (Thos.) on the Metropolitan Electric 

Lijrht and Power Company, 31/116 
Sanderson \^C, F.) on the White Elephant, 2:« 
J 7 e 

(J. Burdon) Physiology at Oxford, 7 f 7 e 

Sandwich. Papers Found at, A j 7 e 

(Lord) Health of, 21 / 9 /'— 25 / 8 c^'i \ 

/'10«-28 /9 /-3/« 9 f 
Sanitary Assurance Association, Third Annual 

Mi*eting, 26 /"S « 

Inspection, New Bill about, \Z f \\ d 

" SunitHS " Compiny. 28 ; 1 1 c 2/116 
Sanitation and Rfc instruct ion of London, 7 flOa 
Savinirs Banks, Ortiei>il Report of, 6 /' 11 d 

Notices ab'Mit, \J m 10 b 

Official Return of. 9/11 /-5 m II « 

Saxelby and Faulkner, on the Bankruptcy Act, 

16 / 12 c 
St. Alban's Abbey, Restoration of the High Altar 
Screen. 19/11 /— 22 ; 6 c 

Fund, 1 w 1 1 / 

St. An.lriW's U.ilvorsity — Degrees, Honorary, 
Confeneil, 14 t 10 r 

Mr. Russell Lowell Resigns his Lord Rector- 
ship, 3 / 3 / 

New Candidates, 10 j 10 rf— 11 / 8 6— U 

/9 /-lo;6e— 17/9 / 

K 93 



Et. 



PALMKh S INDKX T© " THE TIMKS WEWSPAPBR. 



[Jan. 1 



St. Andrew *8 University— Mr. Ljon Plajrfair 

on \\w State of the University, HO ; y « 
t^t. DHvid's College, Lampeter. 11* j H a 
St. Georjfe's Hall, Dranaatic Hecital at, 21 /4 / 

Kospitiil. Donation to. 11/ 12 a 

St. Cj ilea's Norihan)|)ton, New Incumbent, 14 m 

10 a 
St. Helena. Present State of, 28 / 4 a 
St. Hi-lii»r8' Proposed Bi^hopric of. IH /fi rf 
St. Hilary's laHt Treatise •* the Masteries " Die- 
covered at Arezzo. 8 »i 7 c 
^t. John Ambulance Association. 4/12 a~8 /9 
f— 28/9/'— 2S«i9 a 

del Key Mining Company. 4/11 d 

^t. John's Foundation School for Sons of Poor 
Clergy. Annual Mteting, 3(» - 7 /* 

House, and Charing Cross Hospital, 12 /'4 r 

of Rest, Menione, IS / Cy 

Miles Platting. Induction cif Rer.T. Evans, 

25 J 7e 

i»t. Margaret's, Westminster, Performance at, 
28 jWc 

^t. Mark's, Peckham. Consecration of, 26 m 10 a 

Hospital 48ih Annual Meeting, 16 / 4 « 

8t. Mary's Hospital. Faddiugton, Christmas En- 
tertainments at, H / 6 6 

Festivttl Dinner. 28 w 10 ^ 

Princess Louise Opens the New Wing, 

21 m \0b 

Magdalene's, Munster Square, Opening of, 

24 J 5 / 

Newington, Sanitary State of now and for- 
merly, 8; 4/ 

i^i. Marylebone Parish Church. 19 w 11 /* 

i){. Matthew's, Sheffield. SingnUr Scene in Eject- 
mg Intruders from a Parishioner's Pew 6 / 7c 

lyt. iMichael and All Angels, WalihamHiow, Con- 
cert in Aid of the Building 2.> / t> / 

and St. George, Orders Conferred. ^M) / 8 A 

— 2/ 8 a 6 /5«-l>i /Gtf— 23 /lO /* 

Marquis of Lansdown A^ipointed to, 29 

}9f' 
St. NicholHs, Cole- Abbey, the Incumbent's Letter 

to hia Friends, 19 ; Iti e 
St. Pancras Total Abstinence Association. 8 / 7 / 
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, Anniversary 

Festival. 18 m 9 a 

Day, Dinner of the Irish Societies of Lon* 

don, a m 7 d 

^ational Irinh Festival in London, 14 w 

10 e 

^t. Paul's Cathedral Mid-day Services, 11 / 12 « 

New (anon, 21 / 9 / 

Minor Canon. 297 9 / 

Prebend, S tn7 d 

Occasit)nal Preachers, 22 wi 12 a 

-. Preachers for the Month, * > 7 6— 30i 8 c 

Truro, Consecration of, 8 ; 9 /* 

gt. Peter's, Lo^don Docks, 17j 7 / 
r — Beneiliction of the New Clergy-bouse, a 
Memorial to pj^ther Lowder, 11 / 7e 

New incumbent, 7 ; 7 / 

K moval of Confessional Boxes, &c., 19 / 

11 d— 3 m 9 « 

-- «- a Trustee's Defence of the Proceedings in, 
14^4 A, 
«4 



I St. Saviour's. Paddington. Consecration of ti;-* 
I New Church. 21/9 e— 2o./ 7c 
I St. Stephen's ( -lub. Unveiling of the Beacon^fl^'. 
I Ru^i at. by the Marquis of Salisbury, 2 ; 9 / 

Sceptre Life Association. 28 m 11 r 

Schnadherst (F.) on the Brighton FJection, 27 ^ 
$ d—\ m 5 a 

School- Roy at Home, 2/3/ 
I School of Dramatic Art. D nation of the Prin- < 
] of Wales to. 23; 9 / 

Lectures at, 24 ; 7 cf 

Teachers. Salaries of, \6 fA h 

in Di.fereftt Parts of the World. 23 / 9 / 

Schopenhauer (the Philosopher) Monument v , 

2.) m 9 h 
Si-hultze Guipowder Company, 22 /"I I d 
Scotch Mountains and Moors. Mr. Bryce's B.:i 

on, 19 m 4 6 

and Irish Expenditure, 22 m 13 rf 

Scotland, Minister of StaU for. 4; 9 /— 20/4 / 

— 12 mi r 

and He-distribution of Seats, 29 ; 2 e 

Scott (A.) on the London and South Western 

Kailway, 9/11* 

(Clement ) on Fires in Theatres. 14/76 

Scott- Moucrieff (C. C.) on Maspero's Work on 

Kgypt 23 / 3 / 
Scottish Business, National Conference in Edirv- 

burg. on the AdiuinUtration of, 15 J 10 J— 1 7 

Church in London, Opening of the New 

Church in Belgravia. 27 m 6 /*— 28 m 10 * 

Conservative Club, Edinburgh, Opening *d 

the New House, 22 / 10 e 
Farmers' Alliance. Annual Meeting. 2 /' 10 / 

Institute of Accountants, Memorial for a 

Charter for, 7 f S a 

Liberal Association, Annual Meeti g. -i 

i 10 e 

Meteorolegical Society, Meeting at Eilin- 

burKh. 18 m 10 r 

Provident Institution, 27 m 11 «• 

Ke»toration League Formed in Glasgow. -^ 

m7/ 
TeraiMjrance Life Assurance Company, -7 

m 11 r 
Scrivener ^PreWndary) Illness of, 8 w If' 
[ Sea Insurance Company. Report. 18 ; II '* 
I Seaton (U. C.) Political Crisis in Nor ^vny. 2 J f 

3 CI 
Sedgwick (Professor) Results ObtHine<i by thj 

Socit'ty of Psychical Research, 29 / iJ b 
SeeWolun ;, Henrys on Arctic Siberia, 9 / 4 / 
Sellnr ^A. Oaig; Parliamentary Comn»ittet-i -li 

Judicial Tribunals, 25 / 8 a 
Sint'($>(l. State of, 19 / 7 / 
SEflVIA :— 

.tvppointinents, 2/5 (/— 19 «i 5 < 

Budget, 16 / 6 r 

and Bulgaria, 19 il d 

Court News. 8 m 7 h 

Dei^ratitiB!} 31 m 9 /' 

DinntT at the lli*lborn KcstHurant to «Vi - 

brate the Second Anniversary ot the' Kni^'J ><<i 
of. 20 iw 6 / 

Diplomatic News, 27 / 6 r 

— r- Elections, 29> «y— 80 ; * c 



MvTch 81, 1«84.] 



palmer's index to ''the TfMKS" NEWSPAPER. 



8hi 



SerriA (continued) 

Illegal Agitation. 5 /5 rf 

Iiiiiepondence of. Celebration of, 12 m 10 e 

Lej^isl.'itive Proceedings. 5 ; 6 d — 1 / 6 «/ 

MeclHl tor Military Merit Instituted, 5 ^ R r 

Ministerial Crisis, 18,/ 5 /— 19/ 6 c— 20/ 

> c— \S m n c 

Miscellaneous News. 4 7 5 «— 9 ; 5 6— l(J ; 5 

r~2l7 5/>&«-24 ' i ^-30; 5r-14/'5e— 
25 / 6 /»— 26 / 5 (? -5 ot 5 /— 6 w 5 0- 13 m 5 e 

Municipal Gorernment In, 22 m 7 e 

New Consul-(3eneral fer, in London, 8 ; 7 / 

Lonn, 5 m 5 « 

Orders (Conferred. 1 7 5,/— 22 /5c 

Property of the Peasants Sold to Defray 

the Hxpenses of Quelling the KctoU, 2 / 5 « 

State of Parties in the Skuptschlna. «/5 /* 

— 12 / 6 c— 15 fo ' 

in a State of Siege, 1 C i 6 e 

Trials and Senteuces oif the Rebels, 14 ; S * 

— 3U / 5 c 

Sewers, City Commission of. Meetings, 9^7 / — 
'2;i j 12 tf— 7 /S a— 21 m 4 /— 19 mGf 

Shaftesbury (Earl of; Freedom of the City of 
London to be Giveu to, 27/ 10 « 

Shakespeare, the Lord Mayor Unveils the Me- 
morial Window to, in St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 
25/ 'Je — 11 m (id 

at Straf ford-on- Avon, 4 j 3 a 

ShAin Jewellery Trade. 1 il f—K j Se 

Sanitary Inspector, 10 / 6 e 

Shnn States, 24 7 JO a— 21 m5 d 

sh.iw (Geo.) on the Dwelling* of the London 

Poor. 2« ; 7 /* 
Miaw-Lefevre ( — ) at Manchester. 24 7 6 a 
Miawl Weaving and fehawl Writing. l«i 4 rf 
i'^in?an (Arthur; Precautiou against Fire in Thea- 

irttn. 2 ) 4 f 
Slieep Worrying. 4/8 «— 6 7 6 tf 
Shi-tfield C^hamber of Commerce, Annual Meet- 
ing. 31 ; 1 1 </ 

Mr. Herbert Bramley, the Elected Agent 

ot . 1 2 M 3 d 

— Municipal Election, the Conservative Can- 
Jiiiate K lee ted, 7 / 10 e 

New Archtieaconry, 19 7 11 / 

Wagon t "ompany. 13 m 1 1 c 

Sherborne Abbey Tower. \ mh U 

bherbrooke (Lord; on the Franchise Bill, 1 1 m 

Ife 
SherifiF Appointed by the Queen, ^ mi d 
bheriflfs. New, 1 »/ 1 1 /— 1 2 w 8 <? 
bherwell (^J. W.) C'ity of London College and Mr. 

Georire'a Book 18/ 10 « 
Ship Insurance Notes on, 25 ; 7 rf— 26 7' 8 d 
8HIP NEWS :— 

A. B. (\ Course of Marine Signalling, 1 j 4/ 

Accident to the Chatonse Margmux^ 25 m 9 ^ 

— to the Coiumbro. 11 m 12 u 

to the Gmway Castle, 2'2j if 

to the Faiaaujf, 2dj7d 

to the Flavian, 3\ m 7 / 

' to the Ger manic f I8 ; 6/ 

to the Jndut, 16 j 9/ 

to the Leerdaw, 10 m 7 rf— 22 m 12 e— 28 

mlOe 
*- to ihe Nevada, 18/10/* 



Ship News (rontinufd^. 

Acci'lent to the Sidoniany 11/8 a 

to the Verona. 3 / 5 / 

the Ainfri a. New Atlantic Steamer, !_; 7 * 

Arrival of the Seropis, iH m 5 d 

the Austrol, 29 m 6 e 

the Axel. L(.ni: Voyage of, 28 / 4 / 

the Beninon. Disabled Sac at. 29/10 f 

Board of Trade and Merchant Shipping, 8 

Casualties in Canadian Waters, i m S b 

^— the Celiir. Overdue Steamer, 3 > 5 a — 7 7 10 

a_-8 i y«-ll ; 9 /— 12 ; 6 e-14 ; 10 rf— 13 
J 6«— 16 ; fie— 17? 8 a 
the Ceylon, A j \0 f 

(Miina >quadron, 4 » 9 /* 

C/io Training Ship, 1 6 /" 1 1 / 

(Collision of the Ctty of Lwknow and thd 

Duma, 28 I 6 rt— 29 7 7 c— 80 ; 9 e 

ot the City of Mecca and the Insulano^ 23 

f^ e 
— — of the City of Quel>ec and the South 

Anieriutn, 27 J 10 d 
of the Lirgo Boy with the Daunt Rock 

Light-ship, 1 7 9 /— 2 7 6 <• 
of the Leopold and the Petrat, off Dover 

7/6/ 

of the Lord John Russell and the Kmnaird 



Castle, in the North Channel, 22fbf 

of the Lutta and the Annie Johnson, 18 m 



bd 



of the Mngiona and the Linden, on the 

Thames, 1 1 / 7 r 
of the Morning Star and a Barque, off 

Berry Head. 2 / 9 / 

of the Wilhf.lnt and an Iceberg. 24 m 6 rt 



X\\*} Conway Caatte, Notice about, 30^ 12(1 

Crew of the Siihla, 6 / a /' 

Ouise of the rnlisitian, 2/11/ 

Cunard Steamship Company, 27 /* 10 « 

— Danube Navigaiinn, 6 / \0 e 

the Diphne. Aci il»nt to, 3/a « </— 29 m 12 d 

the Drrnnio, 21 ) 10 tf 

Disabled Steunnhip off Tramore Bay, 23 f 

Disasters at Sea, 2 7 6 r- 8 ; 5y— 4 / 6 /— 

6; 5/~7 7 Ge-8 7 6 /— » /6«— II ; 6/— 12 

J 6 e-14 J 7 /-lot 5 r-lO? 6e-19; 10 d— 
21 > 7 0—22 j C /— 23 I « /— 24 7 10 c-26 / 6 «• 
— 28^9/— 29y'6</- ;jOj 6 e- 31 ; 12 6—1 f7 
/— 2 / 6 e-4 / e— 5 / 7 /-6y 10 /— 8/ 10 / 
_9/6/— 11 / 6/- 12 / 10/— 13/ lly— 13 f 
11 /— 14/ lOe— 16/ 12 /-21 y oJ—22/dd 
—25 / 7 e-2C/ OS— 27/ 10/-1 m 12 /*— 6 « 
10 e— 6 m 8 c— 7 m 10r/-ll m 12 a— l2//i 10 e 
— 14 m 10 */— 19 ni 12 /— 20 m 10^-21 m 10 / 
—22 m 12 /-24 /« 6/-26 / 12 6—26 m 10/— 
27 m 5 /— 28 w 10 /— ii9 fw"l2 fi 
Dreadnought Siiiimtn*9 Hospital, 14 / 12 k 

Kxplesion on Board the Severn, 7/ 10 o 

the A'eideen off Gravescnd, 3 m 7 c 

^M^e on Board the Aurora, at Calcutta, nar-» 

row escape of Burning the C'lty, 25/6 6— << 
too/ 

the Bittern, 10/7/ 

the Britannic, 5 j 5 e 

the Gemma, at Hamburg, 20 m IT /* 

Ud 



Bfai 



palmer's IKDEX T6 '* THE TIMES " NESTSPAPER. 



[ Jaa. I Uf 



Ehip NeWB {continued), 

Kire on Board the Clarenie^ Training Ship, 

« n the Mer-ey. 18 j 6 o—\9 j 9 *— 26 ; 7 d 

Hoys Escaping from, Senteneed to Im- 

nri»>onmeiu. 4 f'Sd 

th*^ (Germanic, 21 j 7 d—22j 6 f—22j 8 ft— 

25 j 7 e 

Ui^yana^ Two Men Stabbed on Board by an 

In-line Taptain, 19/11 r 

llluininants for Ligbtbouses, 10 i 10 d 

1 he ImnU. 4i^ t 

Jnn M'jfan, at Lerwick, Saved by Throwing 

Oil on the stormy Waters, 26 t hj 

!h(^ Jnp' n^se, at Shields, 7 /"S c 

- Launch of a New Steam Yacht for the Earl 
of Shrewsbury, 2/66 

the Le Stanley, for the Congo, Trial Tiip, 7 

- r.iphi Duties, Propobed Reduction of, 16 

/ ' /-8 /w 12 c I 

Note on, 22 /•4 s 

Lo;.d Line, 24*j r>«-?5 / 10<~18 r}2c \ 

Ci(.vernn)ent Conunittee on, 29 ^ 9 / — 22 | 

/ ;j f-'Jii / 14 'i— 8in 12 h I 

■ for Merchant Ship*. 7 j 7 d I 

LoHdin^ of Ships, 31 w 11 6 ] 

- lAtfi of Life at Sea, Board of Trade Return ■ 
I, 2(i/10</ I 

of a Fishing Boat, ofif Orkney, 10 m 6 e 

of the (itnian, \Sjiic 

of the Aftn (ufjino. at QucenstowD, 25 j 7 c 

of the Hhiwabony SI i 9 s 

Losses at Sea, 22 m 1 2 e 

- Maritime Leases and Casualties. 1 / 10 /* 

- - the Afasui/ift. Triat Trip of, 28 wi i/ 
Masters* Cenificwtcs, 12/5/ 

Merchant Shipping and ihe Board of Trade, 

r ; 12 a 

I^ad-Line ronimittee. 2 / 9 /— 11 / 9 « 

Mutiny on Board ihe Nfttni, at Sea. 2/S d 

the yan TAin. a ( hinesc War Vessel, Alleged 

Detention of in the Tync, 20 m 10 a— 24 m$b 

New Brazilian Turret Ship,. \ m 5 f 

Steamers, 18 / 4 / 

Vesel for China, La jnch of. 2 j T f 

-- the A7.WO. 8 ; 6 /- 15 ; 6 e— 21 i 7 J— 23 

>6 ^-25 / 7 «-29/ 7r-r, w lOy— 7 m 10 e 
-^ Overdue Steam4ir». 3o / 6 fc 

Presentation to Capt. John Cook f«r Saying 

17 of the Crew of the Grade, 15 ; 6 ^ 

Register of Shipping in 1883, 8^ 8 A 

Rewards for Gallantry at Seal, 24 ; 7/ 

the Runpe/iu New Ocean Steamer, 14/6 c 

Sales of English Vessels to Foreigners, 24 

m 6 ff 

the&r<i/>i#. \5j» f 

the Servia, 27 f \0 d 

Ship Building in 1883, 4 / 3 c— 8 / W/ 

in Sunderhmd, 9/8 s— 29/2 s 

supping Intelligence, aee every day*$ paper 

Trade, Prospects of, 6 ; 11 h 

^~ Spanish Yeaael- Capsized, off Cape Prior, 4 
f^ « 

Stability of Ships, a Lecture by Professor 

£lgar, \Ambd 

. _ Steam. Fveight Report, 26/11 b 

St«iun«rs on the m\e, IB/ 12 k 



Ship News {continued), 
— Stranding of the Adjutant off Malta, 15 ? 5 / 

of the Duke of Wettminster, at Atherfield, 

10/6^—12/ 7 /-IS; 6/ 

of the Earl of Jersey, at Rota, 26 f5e 

of the Manteluke^ in the Suex Canal, 15 



i^f 



of the Triumph, 5 ; 5 « 



the Sun* earn, late Voyage of, 22 ; 4 c 

Notices about. I ; 7* t— 2 ; 6 e 

Torpede Beat Ckiiders, Adventurous Voyage 

of, to Mdbourue, 4/7/ 

Trial of the P.& O Steamer Valotia, lAj4d 

Universal Buoyage System. 4; 10 </ 

the Van-ouver, New Steamsthip, 15 m 6 6 

17 Vessels of the Gloucester Fishing Fleet 

Foundered, 5 ; 5 e 

Wrecks. Classiflcation of, 21 n 9 a 

the Zj/i*-re, the First Steel Vessel Build in 

Abt»rdeen, Trial Trip of, 2«y 10 s 

se^ also Wbecks 

Shipbuilding Trade, Reduction of Wages in 

Aberdeen. 14/10/ 
^hiK)tiiig OutrHge in New&ham Park, 25 m 5 e 
Shower of White Sulphur at Queenstown, 8 

;2e 
Shute (Genernl) on the London, Reigate and 

Brighton Kmlway, i9;Kc 
Siamese Kmbassy, 2H » 5 rf 
Siemens ^^S!r VV.) Uesolutions of Condolence to 

the Family of, I j 9./ 

Bros., on Far-tday. 5 f 4/ 

Silk Trade of ( 'hina. 26 i 5 e 

Simcox (K(iith) on Housinic of the Poor. 7 j 4 a 

Simmoiid.t (p. L.) Testimonial to, 29; 7/ 

Skating. New Surface for, 197 11/ 

Slave TrHde in Morocco, 5 / 8 a 

the Niger, 5 / 8 « 

in Taiidcr, Prices of I'emale Slaves Sold io^ 

8/5« 

Blue Book on, 26 / 5 * 

Slavery in Our (^oliinies. Note on, 7/12 a 
Small Pox, HnvHges of, in Madras, 28 m 3 4 

and Kevfer Cases. Provision for, 23 / <4 c 

Smith (CUfford) on the Hospital Association, 17 

- (G. Bnruett) Questions for Mr. Hftnrjr 
GettrKe. Is)/ M) d 

(H. M.) Australian Dominion, 15 m 4 c — 6 

w 1 1 / 

(Rt. Hon. W. U.^ in DubUn, 25 / 6 c 

on the Army, 25/ 7 « 

Mt I'Hrdiflf, 7 / 12 a 

at Kxeter, 19 / 12 a 

oil School Board Expenditure, 13ai 9/ 

at Stratford, 21 / lu ^ 

Smoke Abatement. Correspondence about. 21 m- 

3e 
Smuggling in the St. Gothard Tunnel, 1/11 f 
Smyrna, British Coasting Trade of, 20 m 5 d — 

25 w 6 c — 27 m 5 f 
Smytbies (Bp.) Farewell to, on Leaving for 

Central Africa, 17> 6 / 
Snowstorm in the North, 29 ; 6 (f 

ill Ontario. 2« / 5/ 

Social Science Association, Dinner at the Sali^ 

bury Club, 21 /« 10/ 
Preliminary Meeting, 10/7«— 25-/ G& 



March 81, 1884.] palmer's index to " niE times " newspaper. 



Spi 



Socialists in Paris, 19 m 5 « 

Societe Nationale des Profe»seuri de Francais in 

Angleterre, Annual Congress at the Society of 

Arts, 4/7 cf— 5y 6 c 
S*x,Meiy of Arts, Arrangements for Meetings and 

Papers to be Read before, 6 ; 9 e 

Lectures at 7./ 10 n 

Meeting at. of the Guild for Teachers of 

Great Britain and Ireland, 25/7 d 

Papers Read before. 15/2e— 16/12<» 

Mr. West garth's Prizes for the Best 

Essajs on Dwellings for the Poor, 25 ; 7 s 

of Britiifh Artists, Meeting, 26 m 5 c 

of Lady Artists, 12 m 4 d 

of Science. Letters and Art in London, a 

New Learned Society, 23 / 6 «— 6 ni 4/ 

for the Relief of Foreigners in Distress, 78th 

Annual Meeting;, 25 j A d 

8uho riub and Hou^e for Working Girls, Tableau 
io Aid of, 21 y 4 /— 7 m 10 e— 12 m 6 c— 13 w* 
6e 

8ons of the Clergy, Meeting of the Court, 21 

South African lirueh Electric Light and Power 
Company. 6 ; 11 c 

Committee, Meeting on the Transvaal 

Question, 9 ; 7 c 

Ix)an, Mortgage and Mercantile Agency, 

2$m \\ d 

America, News about, 20 m S e 

American Missionary Society, Meeting, 19 

/10e--2a/ 12 b 

Australian Land, Mortgage and Agency 

Company, 28 in lie 

Eastern ^ Brush) Electric Light and Power 

Company, 1 9 m 11 d 

South Kensington Museum, Admissions, <es evety 
Tutsd'i y** paper 

Professor Flower Accepts the Office of 

Superintendent of the Natural Uistory De- 
partment. 18 ? 6 (/ 

New Exhibition at, 20 m 10 d 

Schools of Art, 5 m 10 6 

Sea Islands, Excursion to 14 ; 8 a 

Shields Free Library, Poll for Opening on 

Sunday, Rejected. 8 ? 9 / 
Staff ordtebi re Railway and Canal Freighters 

Association, Formation of, 19 / 1 1 a 

Wales. Alarming Phenomena in, 16 /* 6 a 

Southend Hotel Company, 24 ; 1 i e 
Southern Slavs, among the, 19 i 6 6—81 > 2 </ 
Southwell, Bi^hopric of, Agitation about, I f B d 

—9 ; 10 /— 18 ; 8 *— 5 / 5 /— « / 12 r— 12 »i 4c 
Nomination af Dr. Kedding to the New 

Bishopric of, 25 7 12 a 

Notices about, 7ml9e-18mlOA 

Winchester College Address to the New 

Bishop, 26 / 12 a 
•PAIN:— 

Anglo-Spanish Convention, 10/6 e—\\ j 5 

«&y—l2/ 5y— 14; 5 /— 17y or— 29; 8 a— I 
/5 f— 12 fb c— 16 / 11/— 22y 6 (/— 29y 4 c— 

10 m 6 c 

Anniversary of the Proclamation of a Re- 
public in 1878, 18y fi c 

Appointments, 26 ; 5 </— 28./ 5 c 

Arrest of Seven Socialists at Argos, 15 m 7 s 



Spain {continued). 

Arrest j«, 19 wi 5 c/— 20 mbckd 

for ("onspiracy, IH m 5 

Barcelona Geographical and Commercial 

Society, Send out an Exi)edition to Morocco^ 
22 f b d 

Commercial Policy in, 2i j b d 

Relations with Kngland. 2*« ;9 /*— 26 /5 </ 

Comte de Paris and Family, Notices about, 

20 /5c 

and the Congo Treaty, 31 mb d 

Cortes, Army Revision, b j b c 

Senor ('astelar'a Defence of France and 

Abuse of Germany, &c.. I67 5 d 

Debate on the Address, \S j bf 

Defeat of the Ministry, 18 ; 5 rf 

Senor Martos's Speech in, 17/66 

Opening of, '6 j '6 d 

■ >cenes in, b j be 



Proceedings in, 3/3 d— 4 / 5 d—b j b t^' 

7 j be- 8/5 c— 9/6 /— 9 7 6 e— 10 ; b d—H 
j 6 e—U ; 5 /— 16 j rf— 16 j 6 </— 21 ; 6 a— 
31 mod 

- Council of Ministers, 1 mb d 

('ourt News, 14/5 /— 29 » 5 / 

Fancy Dress Ball, 21 t b d 

Receptions at the Palace, 24 j 6 d 

and Cuba, 9 ; 6 a 

Defence Association, 14 m 5 s 

J>iplomatic News, 1 ; 5 /— 26 j 6 rf— 7 f be 

— 14/5 / — lOwi 5/— 19 m 6 c 
and England, 2* / 5 /— 2«{ / 5 <--30/ 6 s?— 

81 ; 5 d—2/b e— 4 m 5 c — 14 m b f 

Note on, 1 1 //< 3 a 

the El ProgretsOf Confiscated for Libel, lO* 

m 8 a — 11 m 6 d 

Export Returns, A ) b d 

and France, b J b «— 8 j 6 c— 14^' 6 /— 2S 

jb d 
and Morocco, 26/6./ 

Free Traders in, 16 y 6 rf 

French Ambassador in Madrid, 2bjbJ 

Frontier Disturbances 3 f 6 e 

Hawker of Bibles at Astorga Insulted by 

Priests and Students wko Threaten to Burn^ 

him and his Wares, 29 ; 6 a 
Imports from England, 9/ 6 a 

Journals, Sentences on the Editors for Libel, 

8y 6e 

Madrid, Central Oniversity of. Invited to 

Send a Delegate to the Tercentenary of the 
Edinburgh University, 28 / 5 c 

Literary Club, the Athenaura Inaugura- 
tion of, by the King and Koyal Family, 2 f 
bd& e 

Carnival at, 25/5 f 

Meeting of Journalists to Protest against 

the Prcjjs I'rosecutioiw, 13 m 5 / 

oi the Republicans, Forbidden, 7/6 / — 

1 1 ./ 5 / 

Ministerial Crisis, &j 3 c — 6/6 d 

Miscellaneous News, 1 / 6 «— 3 7 3 c — i ; l^ 

d—b / b^d& e— 2 1 / 6 a— 22 ; 6 c & e— 23 / 6 6 
& (/— 28 J b d—29 / 6 /— 4 /6 d—b / 5 «— 6- 
Jb «— 20 / .>f-2l/5 rf— 8 M 7 c— 21 m b o— 
24 m 6 a 

Moret (Ssnor) Personal Attack on, 26 /5 d 

97 



spa 



PALMBfl*6 tXOfeX TO " T3K TIMES ** NEWSPAPKB. 



[<tan. 1 id 



Bpain (continudd), 

and MoriKJCo, 6 m 5 e 

New Miniilry. 19 ; 7/— 21 ; 5 e 

New8pa|)er8, ProsHJiited for Libel, 8 m 6 c 

Parties in, 13 / 5 ^ 

— and Peru, 21/6 d 

and Portujfal, 24 m b f 

Presi in, 25 / 6 rf— 8 / 6 < 

on the I'roceedings in the Soudan, 14 

J be 
■ Prosecutions, 18 m 5 d — 26 m 5* <•— 31 mbt 

"— Prince Louis of Bavaria an-l the Princesa 

Travelling in. 21 j 5 « 
"— Uepubluan Banquets Proposed, 4 / 6/ 

Forbidilen, 29 / 5 c 

Revolutionary Secret Meeting Discovered 

and Arrests, 17 m 5 / 

- Koyal Academy, New Member, 7 f be 

and Russia. 2,j / 5/ 

Sagasta (^enor) Presentation of an Album 

to, by his Adherents, 2tt m 5 b 
"— Sentences on the Members of the Mano 

Negro, Appeal Caiies. 24 m 5 e— 27 m b d 

and the Sooloo Islands, A / b d 

Spain and United States, 15/6 c 

Speculations in Stocks, Null and Void as 

Gambling Transactions, 27 m b d 

- Statistical Gray Book, Ajbd 

- Trade in, 2 ; 6 c 

Ireasury Receipts, 5 m 5 s 

Treaties of Commerce, 30 ; 6 d 

Treaty of (bommeree with Italy. 4 / 6 « 

and the United States, 7 ; 5 e — 21 ; 6 a 

and the Vatican, 4 ? 6 e — 22 ? 6 « — 29 ; <5 a 

Workmen's Meetings in forbidden, 16 m 7 / 

Zorrilla (Senor) Notice about, S j b ; 

Speaker, the Farewell to Sir Henry Brand on 

Leaving the Chair, 2(5 / lo 6 
the N«w, First Parliamentary FuU Dress 

Dinner, 27 »i 9 / 
■^— Takes Po^se<:8ionof his Official Residence, 

29y 6r 

Portrait Testimonial to Sir H. Brand, 6 m 

10 6 

Sketch of, 26/4 d 

TestiiuoniHl of Members to, 20/9 c^ 

Sketch of ilK' New, 27y 10 a 

Speakership, Rivicw of, 23 / 6 cf -25 f S a 
Spencer (Herbert) on Parliament, 10 m 7/ 
bpital Sermon, 12 m 6 / 
8P0&T3 AND SPORTiNa: — 

Ascot Meeting, 4 ; 7 e 

< Athletic Sports— AMateur Athletic Associ- 

tion, 25/10 6—31 w 10 6 

Blackheath Harriers, 18 f lOV— 24 w 7 6 

• Cambridge University Handicaps, 6 m 10 

c— 11 m 11 e— I3m 10 e 

Eton College, 22 m 12 c 

London Club, 17/7 y— 30 ; 12 a— 28 



^10/ 



Midland Club 7 7 10 s 



mils 



National Cyclists* Union, 1/76 
Oxford University Meeting, 10 m 7 c^ll 



• V. Cambridge, 19 m 10 e 



Southjrn Counties Cross Country Cham- 



pionbhip, A J \0d 



Sports and Sporting [conttnned). 

Auteuil Steeplechases, 11 / T rf— 22 f\Of 

—25 /' 10 A— 3 M 10 a— 7 m 11 «— 14 m 10 e— 
24fn 7 a 

Betting in Lendon, 19/11 «— 26/8 rf— U 

m 11 e— 18 m 9 a 

Bicester Hounds, 19; II c— 24 /9/— 19 m 

6d 

Billiard Match at Birmingham, 4 / 10 < 

Oxford r. Cambridge, 19 m « /— 20 m 

10 e 

Matches at Westminster Aquanum, 24 

m 7 6 

Tournament at Agricultural Hall. 10 « 7 

fl^— II m 11/— 12« 10«-14m l««-15« 10'* 
- 17 m 10 e 

■ at the Royal Aquarium, 4 ; 7/— 5> 7 



ti^7j 10 i/— « ; 6 e— 9 ; 7 d—iOj 7 s— 1 1 ; 6 e 

— 12 j 6 rf— 14 ; 7 e— 29 J 8 e 
on the American Principle, 25/10 A 

—26 /8 d—27 J % d-29 j 10 •— I m 10 6—8 

m7 t 
Roberts u. Bennett. 19 j 8 «— 21 j 10 

J- 22iS« 

— Cook w. Bennett, 4/ 10 e— 18 / 10 c 



-22/10/- 

Peall p. Richards, 11 / 7 « 

— Chess— Bird v. Gunsberg, 6 ; 7 rf 

City of London Club, tj 10/— 10 / 7 e— 

81 7 10 6 

81st Annual Meeting, 26 / 8 « 

Match at the Pavilion Saloons, Brighton, 



16;7f/ 

Oxford ». Cambridge, % m7j 

Chester Itace Coarse, iOjbf 

Meeting, II ; 6 «— 25i lOr— 31 ; 8 tf 

Coursing— Altcar Club Meeting, 17 ; 7 /*— 

18 J 7«-l9j9/ 
Four Oaks Park Open Meeting, 9 ; 7 rf— 

10/ 7«-ll /6*— 5 m 10 c— 6 m 10c— 7wll e 
Haydock Park Open Meeting. 14 y 12 A 

— 16 / 4 ri— 12 w 6 ^—18 m 10 f/— 14 « 10 « 

High Gosforth Park Open Meeting, 2 / 6 

y— 4 / itf rf— 19 / 10 cf— 19 m 10 «— 20 m le e 
—21 m 10 rf— 22 m 12 c— 24 m 7 o-31 m 10 * 

Kempton Park Champion Meeting, 1'4 

; 7 <?— 25 ; 10 c-2G j 1 1 /*— 2ti/8 i^-28 / 10 f 
—29/ 10 « 

Piumpton Open Meeting, 2> 6 /— 3 ; 5 rf— 

4> 7 •-5> 7 c- 17 ; 7 /-16 / 4 s -27 /« c— 
6 m 10 c— 7 m II e— 8 m 7 e— 10 m 7 rf 

Ridgway Club Open Meeting. 31 j 8 6— 

1 /76-2 / 10c 
South of England Club Meeting, 16 f 7 ^ 

the Waterloo Cup, 18/10 6-21 y 6 c- 

22 AlO/*— 28/14« 

Cricket— Australian Eleven ». Eighteen of 

Newcastle, 5 m 10 1/ 

- V. Eighteen of Tamworth, 6 m 10 of 



Cambridge University Club, 12 m 6 « 

English Cricket Team for Australia, 26 

>6f/— 5 m 10</-16m 11 c— 26 m 8 e 

Fourth Australian Elevea, 19 m 8 c 

Intercolonial Match in Australia, 5 / 10 6 

Kent (bounty Club, 21 /6 c 

Marylebone Club, 24) 3 «— 6 w 10 c 

Fixtures, 8 m 5 /' 



March 31, 1884.] palmer's index to thk " times " newspaper. 



Spo 



Sports and Sporting (continued), 

Cricket— Nott8 Club, 29 > 8 c 

Oxford University Clu6, 12 m 6 rf 

PhiUdelphian Playert in Ireland. 22 / 

10/ 
Croydon March Meeting, 8 j « li— « m 10 « 

— 6 m 10 <»— 22 TO 12 c 
£p8om Spring Meeting, 4 i 7 e--25 j 10 . — 

31 i « a 

Summer Meeting, 4 / 7 « 

Essex and Sussex Hunt, 27 / 10 a 

Football— Artillery Company ». WiUesden, 

24 m 7 6 ^ i~ / 

" w. Hornsfey RoTers, 31 m 10 6 

Association Challenge Cup, 3 i 5 rf— 4 / 7 

/— 7> 10 «- 12 ; 10 e— 21 ; 10 6—26 ; 1 1 /— 28 

j 10c-.liy7d— 12 /"Sd— 16Y14 6—25/10 

6— 2»/ 10e-3ra 10 a— 11 m 11 «— 81 m 10 a 

Aston Villa v, Oxford University. 4 / 1 a 

Birmingham Association Challenge Cup, 

24 SI 7 6 » P» 

Blackburn Olympic w. Bolton, 10 »i 7 c 

V. North wick Victoria, 11/7 • 

Blackburn Rovers v. Accrington, 10 »j 7 c 

w. Daiwen. 4 / 10 « 

V. Notts County, 8 m 10 o 

'■ V. Upton Park, 1 1 / 7 « 

V, Witton, 20 TO 10 « 

Blackheath v. Clapham Rover, 25 / 10 6 

r, Kensington. 1 1 / 7 « 

r. Marlborough Nomads, 21 j 10 6— !• 



ml € 



r. Old Cheltonians, 4/ 10 rf 

R»yal Indian Engineering College, 



18/ 1«6 

V, Walthamst«Tr. 28 ; 10 c 

■ ». West Kent, 17 »i 11 s 



11/7S 



Berks and Bucks Challenge Cup, 25/ 1 h 

Bucks V. Berks, 2A m 7 a 

Cambridge University v. Clapham Rovers, 



Old Carthusians, \Sf\Oc 
V. Old Wykehamists, 26 / 10 ^ 
tf. Surrey, 19 / 11 e 



7 9 4^ 



Cambridgeshire v, Middlesex, 27 ra 6 6 
Charing Cross v. Westminster, 1/7 6 
Clapham Rovers v. Old Finchleians, 17 

V. Royal Engineers, 25 f20 b 

V. St. Thomases Hospital, 81 ; 8 a 

'• i;. Upton Park, 4 /" 10 rf 

Dumbarton v. Notts Forest, 4 / 10 « 

East 8heen v. Barnes, 2 ; 6 /* 

V. St. Thomas's Hospital. 17 ; 9 d 

FaaI Surrey v. West >urrey 33 > 12 c 

England v. Ireland. 2 / JO c— 6 /'JO « — 

25 / lo> 
-. w. Scotland, 28/10 ^—8 m 10 a— 15 to 

12 c— 17 TO 10 « 
— and Wales, 7 ;' 10 6—15 m 12 «— 18 m 

9a 

F<!»ex r. N'orfclk, \2 mJ 

^ i;. »Nu«8ex. io i 10 d 

Fixtures tor International Matches, 4 



)7 f 



X 10 c 



Gk>ucest6r8hire i?. Oxforcl University, 28 



Sports and Sporting (continued), 

Feot ball -Guys v. St. George's, 8 / 10 /* 

Hamp.-hire'u. Sussex. 4/10 rf— 25 /* JO 6 

Hospitals (<haUenge Cup, 1 / 7 6—2/10 

c— 6 / 10 6—7 / 10 «-20 / 9 d^22 f '0/— 28 
y 8</-27./fi d 29/'10«— 13 in 10 rf 
Ireland v. Wales. 1 1 / 7 « 



Kensington w. (Maphani Rovers, 1© to 7 9- 

V. Queen's. 4 / Id « 



Kent V. Esriex. 17 ; 9 d 
V. Middlesex, 20 m 10 e 



Lancashire Association Challenge Cup» 

20 m 10 e— 20 TO 7 6 

Leake's Team v. Denmark Hill, 18 ; 7 « 

Lloyd's V. Stock Exchange, 6 to \0 e 

London Association Chttllenge Cup, 4 



J lOd—Sm 10«— 24 TO 76 

V. Birmingham, 18 / 10 6 

I'. Edinburgh, 14/7 s 

'■ V. Oxford and ( 'ambridge. 8 m 7 / 

V. St. Bartholomews. 13 w 10 </ 

Scottish V. Ol«phini Rovers, 17 m 10 e 

V. West Ken I, 28 ; U) fi 



V. University College. 7 / 10 « 

London Athletic Club r. Clapham Rovers^ 

10/7e-2I /6 c 

V. Dulwich College, 31 / 8 a 

V. East Sheen. H t o d 

V. Middlesex Wanderers, 24 ? 7 c 

17. Moseley, 28 ; 10 r 

V. University College Hospital, \7 i 9 d 



London International College v. Middlesex 

WandenrsJ. 18/ 10 c 

Manchester v. Halifax 7 / 10 « 

Marlborough Nomads v. Clapham Rovers^ 



14;7fl 



■ V. Felle<«ian-Lorettonians, 1^6/ 

— V, Huddersfleld. 2 7 6 / 

— V. lioyal Naval College, 287 10 c 

— V. Richmond. 4 / 10 « 
Middlesex i'. ChMiing Cross, 27 J 6 d 

— V. Northaraptouj^hire, 24 / 7 c 

— V. t. Mary's. 2 / 10 r 

— Midland (-ounties t'. Gloucester, 11/7 • 

— Union Challenge Cup, 24 to 7 6 

— ( ro6S-( ountry, 1 1 / 7 « 

North V, South, 16/7 J— 28 7 10 c 

— Nonhumberland o. Cleveland Association^ 



81 TO 10 6 

t>. Cheshire, 28 ; 10 c 

V, Durham, 18 / 10 <? 

( uunty. 31 to 10 6 

V. Renfrewshire, 28 j 10 c 



m 7 c 



Notts V. Ahhton Villa, 25/10 6 

— 0. BoUon Wanderers, 4 / \0 d 

— V. Derby Midland, 7j 10 « 

w. Sheffield Wednesday, 28 j 10 c— 10 



r. the Swifts. 11/7 «— 16/14 6 



Noiiinghamshire Association Challenge 

Cup. 24 m 7 6 

Old Etonians v. OM Kores^ttTs;, l5 /" 10 6 

— l^ m . h 

Old Internationals v. London Athletic 

Club ti m 10 c 

Oxford V. Cambridge, 20 / 8 rf— 27/t>.<i 

. Uiiiveibity v. Brentwood, 21 / 6 c 

5>y 



Spa 



PAL1IKK8 INDEX TO ** TIIK TP E«< NEWSPAPER. 



[Jaa. I to 



Sports and Sporting front inued). 

Fool ball —Oxford Uuivereitv r. MiddUaex. 

24 / 7 c 

I'. Old Carthusians, 25 / 10 6 

' V. 01<J Leysiand, l.-^ / 10 c 

V. Pilgrims, 28 > 10 c 

— V. Sussex, 1 7 m 1 1 « 

. r. Yorkshire. 21 / 6 <? 

• and (^Ainbridge r. London, 10 m 7 c 

Oxfordshire r. W«it Surrey, 19 »« 10 « 

Queen's t;. Clapham UoTert, 7 ; 10 e— 28 



» 10 c 



10 a 



- 17. Guj*8 Hospital, U ; 7 « 

- Park V. Hiberaians, 4 /* 10 </ 

— V. Old Westoiinsters, 11 fid 

— Glasgow, V. Blackburn Olympic, 8 m 



V. the Swifts. 2 ;• 6 /" 

Richmond v. lilackheath, 14 i 7 e 



V. Clapham Kuvers. 21 / 10 6 

V. Harlequins, 17 m 10 « 

V. London Scottish, 10 m 7 r 

V. Maidstone, 1 j H» e 

V. Middlesex Wanderers. 24 m 7 6 

w. Old Cheltonians, 28 ; 10 r 

V. West Kent, 31 w 10 fc 

Royal Military College ». Royal NaTal 

College. 25 / 10 6 
NaTal College v, Middlesex Wanderers, 

14y 12 b 

Rugby Union, 26 m 8 6—27 m « rf 

St. Bartholomew's v. King's College, 28 / 



10/ 



V. Middlesex, 29 ./ 10 e 

— V. Old Internationals, 23 i 12 e 

— v. St. Thomas's. 5 / 10 6—29 / 10 « 
St. Thomas's i;. Lyndhurst, 1 L ; 6 e 



Scotch Challenge Cup, 4 /* 10 rf 

Scotland v. Ireland. 28 ; io c— 18 / 10 6 

. v. Wales. 12 ; 10 «-14> 7 «— 29 m 12 s 

—31 m 10 6 

Scottish Association, 8 w 9 « 

Sheffield Wednesday v. Derby Midland, 



4/ 10 s 



V. Edinburgh, 21 / 10 6 
V. (ilasgow, 18/10 6 



Somerset v. Surrey. 26 /' 8 </ 

■ Somersetshire v. Gloucestershire. 7 ; 10 c 

. South London Uaiiers v. Blackhealh 

Harieis. 24 ; 7 
Surrey Association Challenge Cup, 26 / 

10 6— 17 m 10 « 

V. Berks and Bucks, 4/ 10 d 

' ». Cambridge University, 25 m 11 e 

V. Ehsex, 7 wi 1 1 /■ 

V. Middlesex, 7 / 10 « 

i Upton Park v. Clapham Rovers. 8 m 10 a 

Wakefield Trinity u. iluddersfleld, 18 / 



10 c 



/lO 6 



W^elsh Rugby Union Challenge Cup, 15 



West Kent r. Clapham Rovers, 14 / 7 e 

Westminster School v. Clapham Rovers, 

81 ; 8 a 

V. Old Harrovians. 3 m 10 a 

Yorkshire v. (Mieshire, 18 / 1(» 6 

t^. NortUua)berland, II / 7 e 



SportB and Sporting [continued), 
Fox i lub, U / G e— 24 «i 7 / 

Krench Knj-in/, 4/10 rf-31 m 10 a 

(i«>lf— FeliK-towe V. Cambridge University, 

7 m \\ e 
Oxford V. Cambridge, IS m 10 « — 14 m 

lOe 

Grand Military Steeplechases (Saidowa 

Park). 8 m 7 e — lOm 7 r 

National Hunt, 8/ 10 d-\€J 4 e -8 m 6 

6— 15 III 5 6 

Henley RegatU, 29 ; 8 6 

H. M. StaghouMds, 2 ; 6 /— 5 ; 11 «-9 7 6 

/•— l0/«rf— 12 J 7/1 — 16 j 7rf— 19; 14 a- 23 
;■ 7 0-26 ; 1 1 J—'M* ) 5 /— 2 f 7 rf— 6 / 5 «— 9 
/9 / — 13 / 5 r— 5 m 5 /--8 m 7 rf— 12 in 8 6— 

15 m 1 1 /— 20 m 9 /— 26 mod 

Her- fordjihire Hounds. 5 1 5 « 

Hou-ehold Brigade Draghounds, 4/86 

Hunting Appointments. 6 ; 7 r— 12 ; 10 «— 

19/9e-26; H e-2/ lOr— 9 /" 10 rf-16/ 10 
6— 13/ 14 a— 1 ni 10 6—8 m 7 e-l5 w 5 <?- 22 
m 5 /— 29 m i\ f 

'- Around Melton, 5/9/ 

Jocke> Club. 6 / 4 «— 8 i»? 6 a— 15 m T. A 

Kenipton Park February Meeting, 1 f \^ t 

March Meeting. 1 1 7 6 «— 23 j 12 r— 5 / 

10 a— G / 10 e— 22 / 10 /-29 / 10 «— 11 w 4 6 
— 12 irt 8</— I3to 10 </ 

La Crosse— Cambridge University p. Dal- 

wich, 2>/ 10 6 

Dulwich ». Kensington. 21 i 10 6 

Fixturesjor the Coming American Team, 

25/-|0/i 

Kensington ». Hampstead, 28 i 10 c 

London t\ Cambridge University, 17 m 



lOe 



r. Kensington. 25 / 10 6 
— r. Leys, 10 »i 7 d— 24 m 7 6 
Notts V. (Cambridge University. 24 m 7 A 
Royal Naval College i'. Dulwich, 10 4m 7 <i 
V. Hampstead, 18 / 10 c 



100 



South oi England Challenge Flags, 3! m 

10 6 

Lincoln Race?. 24 m 7 o— 25 m\\ d 

Spring Meeting. 25 j 10 f— Siy 8 a— 7 1*1 

11 f— 2(;//i 8 />-27iM 6 a 

Liverpool Spring Meeting. 11/6 e— 25 / 10 

^_;{l , ^ „_8 / 1« </— 16 / 14 6—7 m 1 1 «— 14 
m 10 €—26 m 8 a— 27 m 6 6—28 m 10 «— 29 m 

12 f— 31 N' 10 a 

Manchester Steeplechases 5 /* 10 a 

and Hurdle Races. 9 / 10 </— 1 \ ft d 

- Narrow Escape of the Ks-nex Hounds from 
lieing Hun Down by the Bishop's tSiortford 
Train. 3 » 4 f 

Newmarket Craven lleeting, 4^7 «— 31 

; 8 a 

Open Meeting, 17y 7 /— 18 / 7 « 

Nice liaces, 15/ 7 a— 18 7 7 e— 21 » 10 6 

Northampton and Pytchley Hunt Meeting, 

25 / 10 r— 31 > 8 a— 29 /* 10 e— 7 w 1 1 c— 14 « 
10^— 22»i 12 c 

Lord Northbrook's Shooting Party at Strat- 

ton Park. 15 7 7 a 

Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 11 7 9 f 

-12> 5 /— 16> 6 c/— 21 J 7 <i-297 8 c-.4y 11 



March 31, 1881. J palmkr's index to "the timks" nkwspa.i*ek 



Str 



/— 12 / 4 fl— 18 f \Oti -25 f 10 r-3 m 12 rf— 
10 m 12 a--lH m 4 rf— 22 in 12 o— 24 m 7 6— 
2o w 12 «— 26 «i 7 €—27 m 10 /— 28 m 4 6—29 
in \2d^'M m Sa 

Pedestriaiiism — an Italian Walks from 

Caeerta to Naples in 1 hour 14 minutes, IS /6 6 

Six Days Female Tournament at liirni- 

ingham. 18 m h) c 
Tbos. Vaughan, 3,500 Miles in 100 Days, 

24m 76 

Weston's Temperance Tour, 17 m 10 s 

Pigeon Shooting, Note on, \ m 6d 

Pugilism — Prize Fight at Newmarket, 5 

ill ti 

• at Southwell \S f 10 d 



Quorn Hunt, New Master, 14 / 10 f—\& m 

ob 

Racing Entries for 1884. 15? 4 a 

H acq uets— Cham 1 i )nship Cup Competition 

31 m 10 h 

Eton C^ollege Double Handicap. 4 ; 7 / 

Royal Shooiin:; at Crit-hel. .*» ; 6 / 

Sale of Greyhound!* at Barbican, 28 > 10 r 

—3 m 10 a 
Sandown Park Club First Spring Meeting, 

8 / lOrf— 13/11 «— 18/ lOtt— lyy 11 e-20 / 

9d— 21 fee 

Scullers Races. 14 j 7 «-21 ; 10 6—28 i 10 

c— 29/8 6— 13/ 11 e- 13 / lis— 10»l7^— 
— II mile 

South and West Wilts Hunt, 24 m 9 rf 

Swedish Gymnastics, 2S m S d 

TattersaU*s, 19/11 «-2« / 8 rf— 11 m 11 « 

— 18w 9 a 

Worcestershire Hunt. 12 «< 4 c 

Yacht Racing Association. 11* ; \C) f-2 f\0 

c— 16/ 14 6 
Yachting— Royal Thames Club, Arranged 

Matches. 2C ; 9 / 
Sportsman's Exhibition, f(*e Agricitltukal FIafx 
Spottiswuode (VV.^ Bust by Mr. Beli Unveikd. 

as placed over the ()flB«-e Door of the Q jeeu's 

Printing Office, 18 / 7 </ 

Memorial. \2 j U f -U\ j 7 r 

Spurgeon (Kev. C. H.) MovenuMits. 7 / 0« — 18 
; 8 6—22 / 8 #1—25 / 10 r 

Restoration of, am\ xj^hih i< London. 4 / 8 </ 

Squire (Balmaiino, on i\w White KK'iihHtit. 23 

J 7/ 
Suhlschmidt (H. Colo, on the late Mr. Hollo- 
way's Charities. 7 / (5 r 
Stai dard Marine InHuranco Company, 9 ; 11 c* 
Stanford ( — ) New Sonata. ."» /Or 
Stiinley(Col.)ai the (?oiiservative Demonstration 
in Fleetwood, io i 6 c 

(Dean) Memorisl to. at Rugby, 3 ;;i 8 6 

ithe Explorer) e» routf. to C'airo. 18 ) 5 / 

(E. Lyneph; on the London Schiiol Board. 

25m 3d 

( W. C.) Note on the Ute. 10 w 4 d 

Stansfeld (~ ) at Halifax, \6j6d 
Star Life Assurance Society, 4 <// 1 1 r 
State Department of Commerce auil Agriculture, 
6 / 10 « 

Land Grabbers. Note on. 5 / 3 / 

Keguiation of Vice, .MtH»ti:ig at Exeter Hall, 

to Pruteai against, 7 J 12 # 



Stavfcl&y Coal and Iron Company. T) / II </ 
Stefjl 'IVade in the North of Enj4:ljVM(l. Stopps^e 

Oi dm Works of Bolckow, Van^lum Si, <.'o., 

from«a ShIHte of the Men. 1 1 H> / 
Stf'plien CMVf .I-ff-^fsce } on Cremaiioii. 14 / 3 n 
Stevenson ( — ) I fit^M t(^ Mr. Ul;i l.s:«)ne. 10 ; o « 
Stirling CraufurU 4Vi!UC.p^e. 14/w i<»r — 15 /« lo*- 
Stone (^Dr. Domett) on ihvj VVIiiie Elephant. JJ 

7 <" / ' -• * * ^ 
^J. Harris) the Guauebes. Canary ' li ids, 

4/7y •■ .• 

Storm (Moud of the 19th Century, «>/ 7 d 
Storm's. De:itlis from the Recent, 31 ; "' -*"" * 

(Casualties from. 4,/ <> e 

Damnge by. in the Provinces, 2y (J ^ 

Strait.s Settlements. 6 / 9 / 

Strange (Career of a Murdered Woman in Nlw 
Orleans, 5/ 4 r 

Disappearaiici* of a Passenger ub aird ilie 

JDyiX'imitp. 21 / \'Z n 

Story— Cu>e of .Mr. Starkey, 20 m ."> 6 

Dr. Priee, a» a Druid, Burning his House- 
keeper's Infant Child. 15/9 / 

StrHtlord de Hodeiilif ^ Lord) Jnq liry about the 

Monument to. ^2 y 2 e 
Street Impiovetupnts. 19 /« 8 r 

Nomeiulature, n f 4 j 

Refu^'C Opposite the New Law Cou'ti, 2H 

/ I'Jfi 27 / 4 / 
-^ Robberies in St. Giles's, 16 i 10 d- 16 / 9 / 

— 2l> / 1> / 
Tramways. Proposed Extension of, 9/4 y^— 24 

/ 11 «-4/4t/ 
ST&££T TRAMWAYS: - 
Anglo- Argentine, 25 m lie 

Belfast, 19/ 18e — 11 f i\ e 

Bordeaux, and (Jinnibus, 19/11 6 

Bristol, 15 w \ii c 

Calcutta, 5 /« II a^— 13 «i lie 

E«linburgh, 1 / 11 d 

of Germ:tuy. 2! i 116 

Glrtsjfow, i 7 ' 1 1 r 

and Om ibii* 21 / 11 6 

- (jloucesicr. I.> .h l\) r 

Hi^hgate Step tirade Cable, 28 m 10 u 

Hull. 17 1 II ' -2(>; 11 r/ 

Lea Bridge, Lev ton and Walthamstow. 27 

/ 1 1 ^ 

Leeds. 4/116 

Leipzig. 25 / 1 1 r— 26 mile 

Liverpool, a d Omnibus, 16 / II «— I /lie 

London, 2 i II «/ — 4 / 11 u— 12 / 11 t/— !<} 

; 1 1 e - 2 / It « - n / 1 1 c 

Southern. 25 / 1 1 r 

Nor.h LoiHJon. 5 /lid 

Metrop(iUian. lO / 11 t— 31 j 11 d — 7 f 

II d 

Provineiul. 25 / 1 1 e— 12y 1 1 r -21 /^ 11 c 

Southampton. 12 / ll c— 19 ./ 1 1 t» 

Suniierland. 2» / 1 1 r 

Western and Brazilian, 17 i 11 c 

- Wiilverhuiiiplon. 28; 11 c 

Stieeter E. W . , on Sham Jewellery, 4 / 3 « 
Strei ton ( Heaba; on Cruelty to Children, 8 ; 12 a 
STRIKES: — 

— of the Cabmen in Parii, 4 > 5 e— 5 > 6 d-^ 
6j 6 a— 19^ 16/ 

o iOl 



(Sir 



PALMKRd INDRX TO **THK rr.MKS NKA'SI»APBR. 



[Jan. 1 t} 



SrrikeB duutinuetl ). ; •• 

- of ilie Colliers in Flintshire, 27 / J^'V • 

at Pittsburir. 7 ; <J a ^ *".•»• 

of the Cotton Weavers in IJinefwJiint. 3/5 

r--4 ; 8 ^*— 6 / C e-7 J 10 c^Vi i 7-i» v 7 t — 
\{) ,1 t—W 7 Or— l5;.7'<-*Xl'7"^ /.-»7 / "» f 
If* / 7 /'— 10 ; 8 e- 21.7'K (f-^l , i\ f - I'H / M) n 
—24 y ti e— 2«i / 7.7^*-^^/^ *- 2i» / 7 / - ;i » ; 1 1 
e-;^l ihj^\j\rs,A,i f 11 /-4/ ilf -5 r 7/ 
-«/ioi •.^«. • 

— ; — in jhti Cotton Trntle. Bahince Shet-t of the 

('ciiiTrtAuo^ in Burnlfv. 2 / 3 ^ 
-— =» •^•>J'eetingi about. 18 /" 11 /_]h mW ' 
"* ; * ' ^ " Rioting at Da rw en on the t.'oui promise, 
'-. {♦/"!(» e— 12 / 12 a 

'-^ Retjume Work. 21 MI /— 22 / '0 /^ 

8«ti)enient and iiesutnptiun of Work, 7 /* 

It A— 14 / 6/~lo / 11 h—\\\f\\ e 
of the Engineers, Ht'port of the Committee, 

a 7 b— 9> \{)f 

of Iron- workers in (^umbf*rlnncl. 23 ; 11 / 

in the Linen TrHcie at Krunn. 2 / 5 *• 

- and Jjock-out of tliL* Pinters and Kivelera 
m the Shipbtiiliiiii)^ Trade at Queen's Inland. 
Uelfnst. l«/6o~iW;7« — I9^<<a 

of the iScoreh Sreel-workcr*. 9 » 6 t/ 

of the }^l»i|)huil«'es at b..>'tn<t. 11 t Ct it 

Ml theStefl IkUil-MoiksiM uul^kow, VHU^hiin 

k (\).. of J^ton. 4 ' 2 </ 

of (he Stockbroke-s of Ziir eh 22 j \ ! h 

of the Stoker!* and Sl«il<»r^ at Marseillets, 14 

7 a /I— I 7 J o d 

- of th«* Window GU$«9- workers in Western 
Penn.<irlTaiiia. I t h i -^ j ."> / 

Stuart ( H. Villier8)an thi Abdudoninent of the 

Soudan. 1 1 » 8 a 
fiiidelev (Lord) on the Cork Marine Board, 19 

t Vl'n 

%\\^M Beet, Ma kin;;, at Duncan's Works. Laven- 
h.im. I tn 3 s 

West Indian Trade, 8 /w 13 e 

SUICIDES:- 

of M. Barailt, Director of the Mint nt Milan, 

28./ 6 e 

of Herr Ellin^er, a Noted Vienna Sports- 
man. 12 / 5 ^ 

of a Gentleman, in a Railway Carriajire at 

the Bow Station. H ; 7 c 

of Wm Gibbons, by Layinj? liim-^elf before 

a Tramear in the Kint;i>land Iio;i>i. 2 5 ; 7 « 

of .M. Ilaumnnn. at Monte Carlo 19 t h d 

of Mrs, aims in the TIuiuk s iiiler I>ruwn- 

ing her Ii^fant. 18 w \'i a 

- of father Lima, in the Cemetery of Lisbon, 
12/5rf 

of a Man. in the Bois de Boulogne, by 

Blowinj; himself to Pieces from a lolb Canisurr 
of Gunpowder, b i h a 

- of John Stephen Masters, by Hanging, at 
Uxbridge, 8 m 9 / 

of Kliz. .^tinley. by Jumping into the Thames 

at Wind -or 7 

ot C:ol. VVhitvhtad. 11 / 9 / 

. Huiiibei of. in Paris, during the i ast Year, 

11 ?2« 
Sullivan ^Sir Arthur) Health of, 9> 9y— 10 / 9 / 

-12; 9/— 14^9/ 
102 



Sullivan ' A. M.; Susan Gallaher the Irish Jcnn.e 

Den 8 4 ; G /# 
Suliaiu of Darfour. 16 /"fi cf 
Sun Life As«?urjinr.e Soci«>ty, IGj 11 * 
Sunday (losing \\\\\%, 7 f \0 e 

New Bill rtbmt, 12 «« 6 

Oprninif of Museums, Meeting at Exeter 

HmII to Protect a^^ainst. 20 m Idc 
Question. (Conference in London on, 25 ; 7 / 

ScH'iety. New President. 28 / 6 / 

L.xhibitions now Open K^^gularly ou 

Sunday ihroufrh the means of. 'A f If 
Sutiderlaud ('offee Tavt^rn Company. 5 / 11 « 

- I he Members of, Address their ConstitueutN 

10 \ ♦» f 

^hipownerii' Society. Annual Meeting. 2H 

Sunsets. Remarkable, at Eastbourne, 22 ; 6 f—1^ 

M. Angot on, 15 m 12 « 

S<nentiflc Societies Observing. \ f^ f 

Recent and Volcanic Eruptions. Note on, 

15 ; U» .' 

Supplementary Estimates. 27 f H ft 

Suri/eoui*. Royal (College of. List of Past Exam- 
inations. 9 W> e — 10 ; 5 /— 11 ; 9 '—15 ; 6 d— 
IH , 7 / -IK t M '»— 19 ; 5«— 23;4r— 24 ; 10 a 
- 2« 7 *> fc -2.S ; ♦» r—}M I \ 1 y— 31 > 6 d -1 ' 9 

SurgicMl Aid to th«» Pi»or. Meeting at the 
Mansion Hous« to Supply, 21 / <> 6 

Surrey MauijJtrates. Meeting of, 2 ; 10 a 

Surtees (U. W.) on (Consular Jurisdiction in 
Tunis 14 w 4 n 

on the ("laims of Briish Subjects on Losses 

through the French in Tunis, 26 / 11 ^ 

Surveyors' Institution, 22 ; 3 r 

SUSPENSIONS :— 

American Lumber Company of Toronto. :;«> 

Arthur & Co., Stoppage of the Sale by 

Bankinptcy. \ f hh 

Baxter, D., & (^o.. of Monkwearmoath. 5 / 

U t 

Cavan & Co.. of Glasgow, 12 » 11 o 

(^hislain. (^nhn & Co.. 3 ; 3 **— 15 ; .=» ^ 

(Cleveland Paper Company of New York J:» 

; 6rt 

(Coleman, E. W.. & Co., of New York, \h 

;6/ 

Dart. Bros., of Liverpcnd. 8 ; 1 1 « 

Dobie & (Co., of Go van. Hi ; « « 

V.i\ bv. John Faint, of Bradford, 1 i 7 / 

(tui.iii W. IL, 21 /6 /— 22 ' .> f 

Humilron and Mackintosh, uf Gl.i»4;<'>«^. 

« / ft / 
— Hm worth & Co., of Liverpool. 29 ; 6 r— > 

.9 I i '' 

Herd. John, jun., of Liverpool, 10 ; II « — 

11 ; 7 ,/_:{! , \'ia 

Kottio. ToSert. J& <N>. 1? w 11 i* 

& « o of Ulasj-ow. 22 y I ■ -r -2;i / ; I * 

Lo.ijr «Ji Co.. of liasgow, il' m 1 1 •» 

Martin Dyce & Co., I m 13 u 

Turner. & (^o., 1 m 12 f — I m I3 « -3 n 7 

1 e— 10 iM II (I 

' Moutelih, Henry, & Co., of GL.s^ow, Z* ; © /" 



March 31, 1884.] palmer's indrx to '* the times " newspaper. 



Tbe 



Takht-I-SuleiniRn Expedition, 3 ; 7 «? 

Vahiti. Queen of, and Suite at dan Fian<ti«co, 24 

lit f-^thf 

Prote«tantij»m Allowed in. i f h d 

Queen of. m France, 2tf / 10 «— 28 /6 rf— 4 

wi lu y 
'inlU^'k . Wil:iain' on Knglish Prleons. 8 / 10 rf 
'^ ^illuw Diiin'Uers' Company, Urantd lo Inatitu- 

tious, U> / \\ r 
»'aui{i«T. (\iuni ("havagnac at. 7 m .'> d 
litnkerville (Lord) on the lutpoeture of Mr. 

Ma8oo> Sin. 23 / f> r 
Taplow, Antiquities of. 8 ; 4 / 
TatimsBia, Mail Seryice to, 28 m 1 1 6 
Taxation of Gold and SiUer Plate and Compul- 
sory Hall marking, U 9 S A -16 / 10 </ 

and Representation, 2 / 4 /—1 8 / 10/ 

Taylor('.f©hn on the Biahopriu of Bristol, 22 j 2 e/ 

1 Jane) on ihe Egyptian War Fund, 24 mSd 

(VVni. D.) Alarming Pheimmena in fckmth 

Wales, 16 / 6 a 
Teale ^ S. P.) on Economy of Conl, 19 7 15 e 
'!Vhb, Wm.)on the Brighton Election, 27 fdd 
Techni^'al Education, Annual Meeting of the City 

and Guilds of London Institute. 20 m 6 e 

the iMTd Chancellor on, 18 ; 6 6 

Tetia«ide. Iron and Engmo Works Company, 10 

« II 
X£L£aaAPHB:-* 
Anglo-American, 26 y 11 d—l f 11 rf— 11 

/ Uc 



SuBpensicns (roniinueff), ' 

New North Staffordshire Coal and Iron , 

Coni|iany. 2 / II /* 1 

- North IJivar Construction Company, of New 
York, 1 7 / 5 c ; 

Osborn, Samuel, of Sheffield, Pay up in ; 

Full. 9 / li A i 

Parker, Messrs., of Bedford Row, 6 m 1 1 6 i 

Ranger, Morris, » / 10 »/ ! 

- Rogers J. F., 5 m \2 d ! 
Thomas, Sons & Co., 31 i 11 a—\ / U a— 2 I 

/ 11 fi— .5 f ]\ a I 

Tomlin-«on. Parker, of Retford, 4 / 6 fc | 

Ul vers ton Mining Company, 21 7 11 « j 

Walker and Son, of King's Lynn, 28 / 1 1 a 

—6 m W b I 

Waterman & Co.. of San Francisco, 12/6/ 1 

Sutherland (Thos.j on the Suez Cunal. 24 / 12 c 
Swan United Klectric Light Company, 16/ \S d I 
Swan ea nart>our. Trade of, 7/7/ | 
luiproveuients and Tramways Company. 26 

/lie j 

Sweden. Population of, 16 j 5/ I 

i'ourt News. \ f b d 

Swedish Declaration Concerning the Evangelical 

Alliance, 15 m 13 «— 20 m 4 / I 

hwiizpr'and. Anarchists in, 24 m 6 a I 

Arrest of Two Anarchists at Berne, 13 m 5 / 

])eath Punishments in, 26 y 4 6 

Religion in, 1 ; 2« 

anil Turkey. 2J» 7 fi « 

Sydney (Bp. of) *«<? Barbt 

Svnions (G. J.^ on 1 he late Gales, 2 J / r» e 

on the Krakatoa Eruption, 18 y 4/ 



Telegraphs {continued^. 

Ainiam, Tonquin and Cochin China, 19 /* 

11 h 

BrM/.ilian Submarine, 6 m 1 1 r -8 m 13 6 & c 

Cuba Submarine. 31 j 11 d—b f li </--16 / 

13// 
Direct Spanish, 12 y 11 rf— 15 m 13 c— 31 

m \\ c 

L'nited States Cable, 19 j 13 «— 31 j W d 

II / il r 

Eastern. 18; II / 2(3/ 11 '— ly U h 

Kxten»ion 13 / .'> t* 

Germati Union, and Trust, 10 / II c — 27 m 

lie 

Globe, and Trust, 10 / II r 

London Plalino- Brazilian. 3 j 9 a 

Medir rranean. 10 / II r 

North Atlantic from Ireland. 2/5 /"— 4 / ♦>/ 

.South Africiin. 31 ml f 

Submarine. 23/11 «— 2 t 11 e— 11 / 11 r 

i'ables I'onvention, \b ml d 

Duplex System of, 25 j 6 e 

Ti^ueritTe. 7 7 .0 6 

West Coast of America, 1 1 7 1 1 €-14 H I A 

Western and iirazilian, 4- 7 U d—->^ 7 1 1 «/ 

Barnelt's Second iry Battery, 10 ; 3 « 

Til graph Construction and MaintenHiice Com- 
pany, 7y 11 r-li) / n /.— 27 Mir 

Couest of P.riiisii Tclt^jiraphidts, 18/76 

lini^iiieers Socioiy, Piipers Head before, I 

/ 3« 

Internatiorml (?otu'ention for thu Protection 

of Submarine, l.'i m 7 d 

Overhead Wires in the Metropolis, Deputa- 
tion to Sir Charles Dilk'* t«» At* <ii^h, i2 j 7 u 

Notes on. ly Ho d—2:i 1 8 c 

iase before the Wandsworth Magistrate 

21 t it r/— 23 7 8 c 

T^li'phonic Counnunication and the Postmaster- 

lii-n.Tal. 21 / .» e -25/ 10 / 
Teniporanee As»<uraMce Statistics, 10 ; 10 c-<23 

J 10 '/ 

- Le-4islation, 6 / 10 e 

Moveuiem. 4 / 9 / 

Temple Church .Solices, 23/ 13 r 

Inner. Kxjiiniiuitions, 13 /'7 s 

*• Grand \h\y '* of Hilary Term at, 24 > 8 A 

Sale of Goldsmith's I "hanibers in, M 7 U / 

Tennyson (Loni, ihu I'oet Laurea.e; an American 

View of, 1 ) \) / 
on the Con^'ratulatory Letters he has Re- 
ceived on his Llevation, 16/ 5 r 

Letter and Verse Sent to the Chelsea 

Ho!*pital for Women Bazaar, 4 w 10 / - 14 wi 9 /* 

Note on, K) /« 9 e 

Texas Land and Mortgage Company, 9y*ll d 
Thames Angling. 2 / 7 d 

Church Miiision, 15/ 5 c 

Communications. 7 m 8 a— 14/6 6 

Et.croachments on, 7 7 4 s 

Enquiry into the State of, 4/9y 

improvements, 27 m 9 / 

at Kichmond, 18 //i 10 A 

as a Pleasure Resort, 1 1 m 10 f — 12 m (\ t 

Pollution of. Deputation to 0«>vernmint 

about, 1/7 <y— 6/ 10 

Proposed Locks on, 15/3 d-^\7 ; 6 e 

lO^i 



Tha 



PALMRb'S index to " T31 TtMU " viwspirn. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Thiinie!* nnd Suburban Sewage, h fl k 

Valley Iy>wer Drainage. 15 ; 7 a— 6 f\Ofi 

-7/7 /-8 / 10 6- n / 6fJ^\2 f 11 </— 18/ 
11 /— 14 r IO/.-IH/H*— 22 /8r-23 / 12 6 

Propiined Sewerafr* Works. 29 ; 6 a 

- and Mersey Marine Insurance CtMnpiiDj, 12 
• n a 

1 Ii\TlrP8, Ltcenninif of, 21 m 4 « 

THEATRES :~ 

Notices f.br>nt, ?4 m 4 « 

rrecAutiKiB iii^iiinst Kire in. '2 j S f 

Adelphi. S / «i / -12 ^ 5 rf— 21) w 6 6 

ATenue. H / loa-l4 / 9y— 16 /*11 «— 19 

BaUad Cdncprti. 22 / 8 « 

Comadie Fruncniee, 17^6* 

Comedy. 2(: / 10 h 

Court, :^1 ; 9 /-20y 4 f— 20 /*9d— 7 m 10 

e-H w 10 ^ 

(oven- Gnrdon, 8 m 9 /— 8 /« 12 #— 10 m 7 

^ -i:. m III /. 
Rail''-* " Sntnnella " at 28 /Br 

Mr l-.tlwards's " Vi>foiirtn " at, 21 ,/ 10 a 

Ge>nian Opera at. 24 ; 12 «— 14 m 4 / — 

2.'; Ml ^ f-2^ m 10 e 

Ho\al ViMt to, 15 mil/" 

Kngli.«h Oi>era at, 8 ; 6 A -1 4 / 7 6—23 

ili/-29, Kir 

Oittrion. 2(1 m 5 « 

Dfury Lanu. 21 j 9 /-20/10 r— 26 f 10 h 

and Return of Box and 8tal! Tickets, 24 

; 6 e 

Gaiety. 1/9 /-8 / 10 ,,-21 /•9/-24w4« 

Glob*», 14 7 7 ' -22 ' i> / H f U) ft 

H^-nry LeO e's ( h.)lr. 2tl m 4 /"~29 m 5 6 

Haymarkor, t> / 9 / - 18 / 7 /— 18 / 8 6—25 

/•«<.— 3 „, 9^ 

- Her Majisii'e. Uov.d VNu to. 10 / 9 /* 
Lyceum, 2s ? 7 ^ ' 1) / 9 / — 13 / 1 1 /-27 f 

K ' — 1.5 mil/ 
Monday Popular Concerts, 15 ; 7 r— 29; 9 

/-12 / 10 rf 
Madame Schumann at. 5 m 4 / 

Novelty. 7 t lOr -lo / .U-i— 23/ 12 6— C 

Ml lO ., — LM> m 9 /' 

OhmpK- \H f 7 b 

Opera < 'om^qiie. !4 ; 7 ' — 1.=» ?' 9 /"— 27 m 6 ^ 

- — Philhnniiuiiic Society Concerts, S m o c— 22 

m 4 a 
^^ Populnr Rallad Conci-rf Company. Concert 
at the Town Hall Rermondsfy, 11/9/ 

Prince's 5 j 9 e— 7 ;« 10 c— 18 m 5 «— 31 w 

Id 

Opening of, 19 ; 8 /i— 6 m 10 rf 

Princess'j*. HJ / 7 «— 24 m t» « 

•• the Pnnoens Ida '* at, 7 j 7 c 

— — Rochester. Proposed Destruction of, 31 w6 6 
Royal Italian, 25 / 8 r 

Saturday Penny Concerts, 8/11/ 

Savoy, 5 y 9 f — 28 ; 9/ 

St. James's 7 / 8 c 

Koyal Visit to. 2 f9 f 

HaU. Ballad Concerts at. 24 ; 12 a-14 

/\{) b 
'-^ Mr. Pachmann*s Farewell Recital, 1 

»tf6 
r- Witting's Choir, 28 /" 10/ 



Theatres (continued). 

Theatre Francais— *• Sonilis" at, 25^ 6 a 

T(H>le's. ll;9/'-15f 10/ — l6/4c— laill/ 

Vaud» Tille, 16 f 10 i#-.l2 m 10 a 

Thoni!«on ( I>r. Allen) Rerooval of bis Remaiotto 

Kdinburgh. 26 m 10 a 
Tbren Choir FestivMl, 29 ; 8 a 
Thrift DcTelopment. 12 ; 10 /" 
1 hurber (F. B.) on State Control of Rallwaya, 8 

;8 h 
Tibbetts M. B.> on the late Gales, 29 jf 6 « 
Tidal Waves. Spead of, 1 1 .; 6 rf 
Tillett (— ) on Obstructiofi in Parliament, 24 st 

6/ 
Tin. (^ofni^h Standards, 1 j 6rf— 8 / 10 /"-It 

t 11 r 
Tithe Extraordinary, Distraint for. 8 ; 7 • 
Tilhcs hxtrnordiniiry. Meeting about, 18 / 11 y 

New Bill about, 14 m 4 <? 

Tobjicco Dutie)), 28 / II «— 10 im 4 rf 
Tolima Mining Company. 24 ;' II e — 1 » II <^ 
'^onquin -HuHikjus for the War in, 25i 3 6 

Affair!* in. 2H m 4 r 

Qtu'vtion. Notes on, 11 » 2 rf 

Travellinjr in, 13 m 10 n 

T«)rren«« ^ — 'j oi» Baii<n ipr Societies, 9/ 7 ^ 
To«er HridKP Bill, 24 ; 7/ 

Subway Company, 28 f7f — I m W c 

Town.shei»d ;S. Niii^cnt; on ih3 Mexicau Central 

RHilway, 12 m i i h 

Trade, Board of. Notices, 9 ; lOr— 12y lO rf-l6 
; lOe— 19/9r-23 / 10 «— 26 ; a/i-2 / i^a- 
6/ l2rj-9 / lOr— 13/ 11 f—20f9d—*2Sj \0 
/:_27 / H „ - 1 m « ^ -S m « r— 19 w 3 A 

Award of *' iluminrtv" MedaU, 2 ; 7 rf 

— sy 11 A — 11 i 10/'-18/6e— 16 /^lOy— 19 
/ 10/-2I /'5 /"— 26 / 5e-l w 13rf-7 w 10 * 
—8 M 12 r- 14 m 4 /— 20 m 10 /^— 29 »• 1 1 y— 
81 in 6 6 

Returns, 7 ; 11 6-8 / 1 1 a— 8 f 10 6— a 



13a 



> Monthly and Annual, 11/4 a 
of 18.s;<. 11 / 2 / 



- Accoiintji. I lasPifleaiionof Monthly. 25 ; 106 

Kntish on tlie African Oil Rivera, 28 m 9 a 

Duclme in, 11 / 7 e 

of London for'l8H3, 11 / 11 e 

Mivl Merclunl Shipping. Noies on, 24 i 12 a 

— 2:1 ) <> / — 8 / -1 r 

lieport on thu Railway. Canal. Tramway 

Gaa and W^ter Bdls of IH»A, 11/116 

of >heffi Id in 18«3. 8 ; 7 6 

of >'nuth PerNia, 12 ; 4 6 

of Sii tU'Hand in 1H83, 2 ; 2 f 

Trca ^ 1 1 ry M i n ute on P ri vate Commanica* 

tions, ;n w'\i f 
Trades diioiia Deputation to Mr. Gladstone, 1 

/ 10*»-4 / II 6 

UiiiiMiihts and the Franchise, 81 ; 10/ 

Hii'l tlie Hours of Polling, 7/6/ 

Traffic in C\\M Sufifering. 29 / 3 / 

Traineii NurHes. Vautifhan Morgan on, 2y ae 
Trainiu}( Ship the Cuo, 16 / 11 / 

the \\\nu>itr. 22 ; 10 « 

Traniwavrt Act, Note on. 31 ml $ 
TraurfttM- of Land Note on, 8 ? a / 
Tran»vaiu Atcuciiicb, i* f 7 f 



March 81, 1884.] palmer's index to the " times " NEwsrAPER. 



Typ 



TraDRTaAl— Blue Book on, 6 m 10 /^22 m \S d 

Boundary Question of, 24 / 7 A— C / 8 ff 

Gold Kxplomtioii ami Land ('onipnnj, 

Kejiort. 27 / 11 /# & i— -4 w 1 1 6 

Treatnifct of Natives in. 8 ; 8 / 

Delegaies in KngUnd, 17 ; 9 /— 18 J 6 a— 

23 ;9/ 

Deputation and Lord Derby, 4/7 /*— 6 J 

10 c/ 

Dinner to, 19 ; 11 e 

Notice about, 17 w 6 6 

H lloUaud, 29 / 5 c-i m 7 c— 7 m 6 rf— 

—19 m 5 c/ 
Rt-ception of, bv Lord Derby, 24 / 10 n — 

28 ;6,/— 9 / 9 / — ly'/ 5 «-20 / 6 rt— 22 f'\i J 
Visit I he Houses of I'arliamenr, 6/8 6 



Trawling < ommis.^ion, 6 / 9 /— 12 / 9 / 
Treaty of Washington on the Fibheriea Question, 

7/5/ 
Treloar & Sons, on Dishonest Officials. 18 /* 7 a 
Trevor (Major Gen. J. S.) Railway to Quetta, 8 

/ 13 f 
Trial by Jury, the Injustice of Discharging with- 
out a Verdict. 29 ; 8 a 
Triehisiosis not in American Pork, \ j G a 

- Thoroughly Cuokfd Pork Alone Destroys, 
26 m 5 c 

Tricyclists and the Parks. 18 m 4 / 

Trinidad, Riots in. 10 '/' 6 h 

Trinity House, New Elder Brother Elected, 15 / 

n e 
Triple Alliance, Sj 5 / — 16 ; 6 c— 7 »» 8 ti— 14 m 

be 
Tripoli. House of the Belgian Consul Pillaged 

by Thieves, 1 / .'> <f 

War MateriHl Despatched from, 1/6 d 

Tniefitt, H. P.. I / II </ 

Trun> Caih dral. Note on, 2/6 c 

Frosress of . 4 ; 3 /# 

Tseng ^ Marquis) Letter to M. Ferry on hit Letter 
to M. Fleiiicher. 28 j o a 

Movements of, 17/9 «— 28/9 d 

Presentation to, 'Z^ ) ^ J 

Sketch of. Irt ; 4 c 

Trusteeship of Charitable Funds. Appointments, 

B in h / 
Tuke Committee. Irish Emigration, 14 m 9 « 
TUNIS :- 

and Algeria, 16 ;' 5 / 

Uriti>«h Subjects in 23 / 6 c 

Capitulations in. Notes on, 2^4 y— 2 j Jkf 

Abolition of. 31 m b r 

Consular Courts Abolished in, 1 ; 6 a— 8 i 

3rf-4/6 6— 9; 7 c— 16; 6i/&/— 18 ; 6 /— 

24 / 5 </ 
French Consular Jurisdiction iu, 7/5 J — 

14 m 4 a 

and Germany, 1 7 ; 5 «f 

Jurisdiction in, taken away from the Bey, 

2^4// 

and the Mahdi, 12 / 6 rf 

Miscelline<jus New-J. 2 j 5 </— 3 ; 8 tf 

New Civil Hospital Opened in, 14 ; 6 A 

Notices abont, 4 j 9 / 

Reform of Judicial jurisdiction in, 4 m 5 #! 

Twenty-flveConvicts Confined at LaOoUtta 

Escape, I8y t» i 



Tupper (Martin F.) on Landlords and Tenants, 

25; 4 h 

on Taxation and Representation. \fbt 

Turk 8tan. Committee to Re -organise, 21 / 6 o 
TUEKEY:— 

Albanian Prisoners. 200, Released. 14 / 5 / 

Annual Exhibitlin of Domestic Animals to 

be held in Coniitantinople, 31 m 6 a 

Appointments. 8 / 6 /— 25 /H b 

Archimandrite Paul Exiled for Lifa,4 / 5/ 

and Armenia, 26 ; 5 e — 18 / 5 t 

British Embassy at. 19y 5 tf 

Bulgaria and England, 19 /5 

«• Cuastinj^ Trade, 10 w 6 n 

Couunercial Treaties, 18 /*6 A 

(\)nipenpati<m Claims, 24 ; 5 « 

anl C'rete, 21 f bd 

Death of the Mother of the late Sultan, 2d 

j be 

and Egypt, 29 in 7 d 

and England, 14 j 6 6—21 ; 6 a— 28 /5/- 

7 m hd "W mod 

- False ('barges of Coining, ^fbf 
and Germany, 21 ; 6 a 

Grand Vizier, Increase of Salary Granted 

to, \ ibd 

and Greece, 6 m 5 « 

Greok i^hurch Question in, 1/5 i— 4 ; 5 • 

—7; 6<i-8/6c— 10»5 / -12 ; 6e-l4 ; 6 b 
— 19/7 /— 21 16 .'-21 » 6 a— 22/6r— 24 / 5 
c— 28/5r &e— 30 /or— 7 /6/-8 /"8 6— 14 
/ 5 d- 16 / 7 c/— 18./ 5 /- 28 / 5 rf-24 »i 6 a— 
29 HI 7 c &d 

and the Hedjiz. 26/6 6 

Import Duties, 21/5 e 

and It -ly. 4 ; 5 « 

and the Mahdi 3 ? 8 /» 

Miseedaneous News, 1 ; 5 d— 3 / 8 h — 10 7 

6 /_|4 ; 6 h-'d\ J b rf-ll / 5 e-16/7 d— 6 
tn b e -8 tn 7 d— 31 hi 6 n 

Model Regiment of Cavalry to be Formed 

for, 1 6 //I 7 / 
and Montenegro, 18 m 5 c 

- Passports Required in, 12 »i 5 d 

Polit-e in. 8 / 3 a 

Public; Debt, 4 / 6 /-28 fbj-^l m 7 c 

Railway News. 24 / 5 c 

Revenue Returns, 16 ; 6 «— 29 /^ 5 c— 14 m 

— and Roumelia, 20 m 5 d 

and Rui^sia, 13 m 5 / 

and Sbrvia, 28 / o d— 27 ni 5 e 

Shocks of Earthquake in. 24 / 5 ^ 

antl Spain, 1 1 / 6 e 

an-i the United States. 24 m 6 a 

Turnpike Trusts. '2ry j 12 d 

Tyler ^ II. W.) on tho Celtic. 19 ; 13 A 

Tylor (Alfred J on Celtic and Roman Britain, 15 

/9/ 
Tyndale (Wm., tht Martyr) Statue of, 24 /5/— 

10 /« 4 / 
Tyndall , Professor) on the Older Electricity, 8 
'm 6 6—14 in 10 e 

on liamliows, 21 /6« 

Tyne Steam shipping Company, 18 / 11 c 
Type Writer, a New Invention, 1 1 ;n 4 6 

106 



Vne 



palmer's index to " THE TfVES " NEW8PAPEE. 



[Jan. i to 



UNCLAIMED DIVIDENDS :— 

AinRley. S. J.. 13 m I 6 

Bailey, J. E. R.. 28 M 6 

Bailye, Hugh, \ f \ h 

Barker, H. li.. 19/16 

Barton, «lo8eph. 19 ; 1 b 

Ben8<»n. K. A.. 2 / 1 h 

- Birohlev, Kvan, \\ f\ h 
Blew. Kev. W. J.. 4 / 1 A 

Bromley. J.. J. K. and J.. \7 j \ k 

Brown. Kred., 29 M A 

Bucknaaster, Christopher, 29 m I 6 

Chute. C. W.. 2 / 1 '» 

Clogfetoun. H. M., 24 ; 1 6 

Cole, R. W.. 14/1 k 

Conquest, John, 6 ;ii I 6 

Cooper. A. E.. 25 j 1 b 

Cruse. Kich., h m \ h 

De Paravicini, J. P. and H. F., 29 ; 1 * 

East. Rich., 25 j 1 b 

Elues, H. T.. 14 w 1 6 

Farrow, Henrietta. \2j ] b 

Fisher, Joseph, 11/16 

Gillnian. Wm., 13m 16 

Hacon. W. M., 29 ; 1 6 

Harding, Chas.. 15 m 1 6 

Henriques, A. G., 19 ; I 6 

Hogg. S. A., 26 / 1 // 

Holttum. Edw. and Rich., 27-/*! 6 

Hoppe. Henry and Anna. 19)16 

HuRhes. John. 11/16 

Ii.gleby. Hev. Chas . 12 m 1 6 

Jackson. Wm. and Hannah, 1 »i 1 6 

Kitcher er. R. J., o m 1 6 

Lagden. Ri( h., 5 ; 1 h 

Langley, B. A. and V. \V., \Ct fi b 

LeggHtt. Suvan. 27 / 1 6 

Llewellyn. Llewellyn, 29 t 1 6 

Longcrofl. O. B., 13 w 1 6 

Lowndes, E. VV. S., 5 ; 16 

Markall. R. T.. 13 m i 6 

Maul, J. C„ 5 ; 1 6 

Meredith, John, 23 / 1 A 

Mitchell Job 5m 16 

Morgan. .M. A . 7 wi 1 6 

Mouril\au. J. N.. 27 / I 6 

Moniefiore. L. J., 19 ; I 6 

Newton. Edw.. 19 ; 1 6 

Paravicini, J. P. deand P. J. de. 30 ; I 6 

Poley. G. F. W. and G. H. W., 1 m 1 6 

Proctor, John. 19 ; I 6 

Punt, R. and J.. 18/1 6 

- R.. H., R. and A., 18 / I 6 

Radcliffe, VV. (\, -^5/1 6 

Kobesion, Thos., 14/16 

-^ — Sargeant, John, 11 /I 6 

Scadgell, John, 13 m I 6 

Scrutton. Alex, 6 m 1 6 

Sebag. Joseph. 19/16 

Sewnrd. J. VV., 4 w 1 6 

shepherd, Geo., lo m I 6 

Sniirh, Rev. E. L.. 4 wi 1 6 

F. VV.. 21 m \ h 

M«j(.r.Gfn. T. (\. 0/16 

Sii'vens, John. 10 /« 1 /. 



Unclaimed Dividends {conUnu$d), 

Straney, Henry. 29 > 1 b 

Turner. F. J.. 21 m 1 A 

VValL Harriet. 28./ 1 b 

Wand. James, 17/1 A 

\\ hite. Philip. 4 lit 1 A 

Wilks. G. B.. 13 I* 1 b 

Williams, Edw and E. M.. 29 ; I 6 

M. A., a w/ I A 

Witherbv, W., IL F. and M. L., 2G / I A 

Wood, Phihp. 29 / 1 6 

Unhealthy Areas, 14 /« 4 c 

in Provincial Towns, 10 ;' 6« 

Unitarian Chapel. Essex Street, Removal of. to 

Kensington, 3 m 7 e 
United Discount Corporation, 4/7 A— 18 / II / 

Kingdom Temperance and Geneial Provi- 
dent Institution, 19 / 13 s 

Mexican Mming Company, 5 m 11 </ 

States Embassy. 2* f n ti 

and the Extradition Treaty with England, 

8/5/- 

Rolling Stock Companv. 7 f \\ c 



Telephone Company, 23 ; 1 1 rf 

Union Marine Insurance Company, 8^11 c — IS 

HI/' 

steamship Companv of New Zealand, 25 

/ 11 <» 

Universal Marine lu'surance Company, 11 / 11 b 
—23 ; II a 

Maritime and In>liistrial Exhibition &t 

Antwt-rp, Notice about. 3 i 3 il 

Universiiit^s Missio-i to Central Africa, 8 ; 7 rf — 

15 ; in /—K; ; G h 
University (Vllejfe. London, I^ectures at,2> 11 * 

Indo-ClnnO}»e Professor at, Ifi / 9 r 

University College for North Wales, Arranije- 

nients to Form. 26 / 10 A 
First Meuting of the CounciS at Bangor, 

10 w 12 6 

- of Wales. Aberystwith Applies for the 
(Government Grant, see Abbrtbtwitb 

Uruguay. News from. 22 / 5 < 
— ( '«ttle and V\ ood in. 23 / 9 / 

Disturbances in. 23 ? 6 r 

Nation. il Exhibition in, 27 / 10 / 

' Utilizing Tidal Power, 23 / 12 A • 

i V. 

; Val de Travers Asphalte Paving Company, 1 1 m 

1 1 r— 20 m \\ c 

Vambery (A.) the Russians at Merv, 23y 8 « 

Vandalism in I^ndon. 25 m 9 << 

Venables (Kdrn.; Discovery of a Romiu Altar at 
Lincoln, 14 m 9 f 

Ventilation of Theatres, 14 /^ 3 a 

Venus, Occultation of. 28 / 6W— 1 m 7^ — 1 m IS f 

Vickers & Co., 11/11 r— 22 /' 1 1 d 

Victoria. Lord Normanby Resigns the Governor- 
I ihipof. 24 t 10 a 

I Philosophical Institute, 8 ; 6 / 

\ Victorian Prt'sbyterianism Troubled, W jt r 
I Viennsi General Omnibus Company, 24 » II i 
I Vogcl (Jnlius^ on the Legalization of thelnvest^ 
nient of Trust Funds in Colonial Stookt, IT 

) \\ h 



March 31, 1881:.] 



PALHKR S INDKX TO '* THE TIMUS NEWdPAPKR. 



Wat 



VOLUNTBEES :— 

Aldershot. Quarters A ppoinied for the Corps. 

3/ ]u r 

Ambulance Bearers in, 1 2 w 8 6 

Annual Returns of the Force, 23 ; 9 /*— 24 

j7d 

' Barrack Accommodation for, at Chatham. 

6/ Bb 

I St. Berkshire. 14 w 10 </ 

Caledoiian ChHllenjre Shield Presented to 

Corporal Caldweli. *il / 7 *i 

Changes of Names wf Scotch Regiments, 12 

f\Od 

City of London Artillery Volunteers, 21 

Rifle Association, 5/6 e — 7 f7e 

Deputation of Volunteer Surgeons to the 

War Secretary. 14 / 10 /» 
District Orders to Officers, \^ f\2h 

Easter Monday Review, Appointment of a 

Committee of Officers to make Arrangements 
for, 8 ; 7 r— 10 ; 7 h—\o j 7 6-3 m 7 -10 m 
67—20 /« fi a— 27 w 10 o 

DetHiN of the March to Portsmouth, 13 

HI 10«— 14 w lOf/— 15 m Vie 

Distribution of the Forces. 29 in 9 / 

• Four Field Days Proposed for, 25 f 1 a 

Meetings to Arrange, 25 / 7 «— 20 i 6 e 

Notices about, 16 ; 9 e— 18 ; 7 r— 23 ; 10 



A— 8 /■12 a- 9 / 10 /-5 m f^ U 

Number of Troops ro be Present, 20 m C a 

Official Orders about. 2 / 5 / 

Orders for Marching to Portsmouth, 22 



\lh 



10,0<>0 at Preparatory Drill, 24 w 6 c 



4ih Essex, Distribution of Prizes. 26 / 8 « 

Home District Office, Horse (iunrds Next 

Military Game for Officers to be Played, 14 
/lOa-22/ 10« 

Inns of Court, Distribution of Pri7es, 6 w 

10/* 
London Scottish, 29 ; 7 a 

Meeting on the Organization, Equipment, 

&c. of the (-orps. 23 / 14 A 

- Uih Middlesex. 12 f lO </ 

Isth Middlesex, Distribution of Prizes, 19 

i9 6 

2nth Middlesex (y\rti>t8' >. 26 / 9 e— 28 j 10 a 

24th Middlesex f Post Offlct^, 7 / 10 r 

Misi'vllaiieous News 7 m 10 c 

National Rifle Association 24th Report, 2 

ji . 

Orsfanization of the P'oroe. Lord Wolseley's 

( oniii.uoication to rhc Officers on. 21 y 6d 

3id U»}al \NeiJt Kc it, 21 / lO i 

'^n-i lov\cr Hiin»lfi8 I i fir 

War (James for Offi^-ers. 1 1 i 1 h 

Yoy-t*y i hurles) ou the Sclent ific Accuracy of 

ihe liibit.-. 23; 10 c 

W. 
Waddy t - , in ^diibn.uh. 11 ? A 
Wag lo »i { lli.vj i>i'»Ci»verer of ih • O^frliid 

i»uute. Alfe^^iwiial to Noie aboui lo m o > 

Meeting at the Mansion House to further, 

A m6r 

Notes in, 15 m 5 f 

Walkar ;G. B.; on the Coal Trade, loy 11 f 



Wnlker (T. \V. and J ) on Iron and Heayy Hard- 
ware^. 2 7 :{ c 

& Co., on the Failure of Mi'ssrs. Parker, 7 m 

\\ a 

WalKinj; out of I*rison— Sentence on an Esc;iped 
Prisoner. 3 ) 6 ** 

Wadfice ^Alircl R.) on Mr. George's Theories, 
29 ; 3 u 

Waller (^H or ac»e' on Gen. Gordon's Expedition, 2 
./ « c- H / 3 e— 20 m 6 h 

— — ( D. J.) Comparative Statistics of Voluntary 
and Board ^l•hool8, 3o / 8 fi 

Wardell (Miss Mary) Convalescent Home. 24 
m 6e 

Warehousemen's nnd Clerks' School for Orphans, 
Annual Festival. S » 2 «— 29 ; 2 c 

Warner ; Robert ) on Temperance Insurance Sta- 
tistics. 23 ; 10 d 

(G.T.;on the Franchise Bill. 14 m / 

Warning against Attractive Advertisemen's, 19 

? 12 «— 23 1 12 6-24 ; 6 ♦•- 29 / 1 W 
the Firms Defence. 22 ; 6 (i—'2ij 6 e 

to l^adies— Bitten Not I'auuht. 27 f \u d 

Watch Jobbery. Attempted, in Pall .Mall, 8 /* I2a 
Water Companies :— Bri«tol. 24 m 11 c 

Cleveland. 22 ; 1 1 r/ 

Col. -e Valley. 27 / 11 r 

East London, 2.^ m W r 

Grand Junction and the Rate-s. i;> ; (I / ^ 

llavranlen and District. Pni-^jacius. 1/116 

i-eathiThead an«l District t ouipany. Hij 1 1 A 

Montevidw). I9vw 11 •/ 

Newcastle and Gates?hjad. 25y'll o 

Shi.lds, 25 / 11 / 

South StafFortl shire. 1 wi 1 1 r 

Southwark and Vauxhall, 1/11/ 

Vienna. ••< in 13 a 

Weardalc and ^hilton. 23 / 1 1 e— 7/ 1 1 d 

Companies Chari'e.'*. 21 m 10 f 

and the Corporation ot London, 19 j 6 a 

— I / 6 r 

and the Public. Vote on. 9 i 10 h 

Consumers' Defi-nce I>eague, Formation of, 

4 7 12 /'— 5 / ♦; e - 14 //I S c 

Deputation from the Kiffht (Companies of 

London on the supplying Water by Meter, 15/' 
10' 

Vietn.DoliK Bill. 21/11 ?— 23 / 4 e 

New Uiver Company's (barges, Sj 12 6 — 

18 / 10 (I 

Rate and •* Annual Value." I9y 7 / 

(JuestifMi in London 8 ; 7 6 

Vie tin rs about. 2 j H c— 5 / 10 e 

State of Shares in Companies, see ererp 

5 ttfs D'l- fr 

- Sni'plv of London. Notes on. 2 ; 12rf— 29 
; 2f -2 Mi., — 12 / lid-VSj 11 d—2i)J 4 e— 
a lu <; f — 6 m a *> 

Su [..yon Playfair's Lecture on, 14 m 

II / 
'Alports OB. 19 / 15r/_22 )• U ff~2^ 

III-/ !4 / 10 //—2a / 4 it -[i: I 7 /— 12 m 

h' - 
Town Clerk's Circular abimt, 9 ; 10 a 

in 1478, and the Sentence PronouiKied 

on rhe Tradesman who Annexed the Water 



' iuLo Uib House, II w 4 6 



107 



Wat 



PALHbKi} INJ>BX. TO '* TUB TIMKs NKW.Sl'AI'RK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Water Supply of the Poor, 11 in 4 « 
ai Kichinond, 24 w (» /— 2<> m \0 a 

Fittin::8, Properly Teted to be Used, IC f 

12 e 

Works. Raiii'jf of Corporation, 2 / /* 

Walerfonl ([Uanchc) iJecorative Art in Ireland, 

in ; 10/* 
Waterworch (Dr. T. H.) OD the Dwellings of the 

London Poor. 8 j 10 r/ 
W'aihersron » K. J.) on the Tjixation of Gold and 

Silver Plate, and Compulsory llaU-uiarkiiig, 

11 ;86 
Waveney iLord) on the Franchise and Rc-Uia- 

tnbution. I / 4 / 
Weather, Daily Heport o', see evrry days paper 

Cold Wave in I'hilaiKIpliia moving East- 

wanis acrof^s rlje (^^ntilleIlt. 7 ; ."> /" 

in Ka^ltTU Kurope. 2 i o f> 

Forecasts for Kach Day. xee under Weathkr 

in t'trh lia^'f /> 'f/er 

Mete<jrolo«ical (liart, see ewry Fridtiy^g 

paper 

- in North Wales, 8 ? 9 / 

in the Provinces, see every d"y*s paper 

Weekly Heport, see eofh Friday s paper 

Webb ((apt.) Kuni 8 / 1 1 ^ / 

-^ (J. S.; on Light Dues. 22 Me 

Willi ngburough Liberal A SAociat ion, Meeting, 23 

?6/' 
Wellington Statue, General Committee on, 28 m 

46 

Notes on. 25 / 8 ^-8 w 6 a— 20 m 6 d 

Notice about. 4^86 

Wells (T. S.: on Cremation at Rome, 8 m 6 rf 
Welsh. Prizes of Lord Bute for Translating the 
** Alcestit) " into, with Music* 25 m 10 c 

Slate Trade, 10 / 7 ti 

Wendt (E. Emil) on the Admiralty Court, 14 / 

West ( W. 0.) on the Dvnamite Outrages, 3 w 7 a 
WEST COAST OF AFRICA :— 

Africiin International Association Purchase 

a Large Extent of Territory, 25 / 6 o 

Poundary Commission \n,Vl t b d 

English Church Erected at Chrik. 12 /a / 

— ^ Ex -King of Ashantee, Treatment of, 28 / 5 e 
Fighting in. 28 ; 5 « 

Fire at Duke Town, 2,0 m ^ H 

Miscellaneous News, 12 > 6y— 21 ; 6 o— I / 

5 rf— » m G f/— 7 r» ft d 

Vest Indies^-Hoyal Commissioners' Report, 18 

;6r — li» / 10 0—22 ; 12 a 
Note on. 2H ? 8 li 

Sale of Property in. 24 ; 1 1 / 

Westcott , Canon) Installation of. in Westminster 
Abbey, 4 / 6 </ 

Western Pacific, Parliamentary Paper, 7 m 8 6 

Westgaith (Wm.)on the Sanitation and Recon- 
struction of Central London, 7 / 10 a 

Westminster r Dean of) Ntitice about, 28 / 9 c 

- Abbey, the Fabric of, 22 / 4 6 

Preachers for the Month. 81 ; 5 « 

Special Services, 27/8 r— 1 m 7 « 

Canon Westcott Inntalled in, 28 ; 9/ 

^— Hall, Improvements. 14 ^ 8 « 

New Roman Catholic Cathedral at, o j 6d 

- Open Siiaces in, 8 « 9 e 

1U8 



Westminster School, Notice about. 29/10 e 

Training M'hool and Home for Nurses, 10 

tn 6 ^— 20 i» ♦> d 

We-ton-sn(>erM«re. New Bridge for, 8 » of 
Wftlierfield (Freil.) on the New Bankruptcy 

Law, I r» / 1 / _ 28 / 7 / 
Wheat. Pri(»e of, during 188.3, 15y 8/ 
V\ higs nnd Radicals, loy 6 h 
W l»i*t. VHliie of skill at. 12 f 4 a— 16 /6a 
Whii*tles for the Pol.ce. y / 6 </ 
Wbite (Hev. Archibald) on a Bishop for the 

North Kurope. 2."i i 4 '» 

( W. II.) Brief Heview of the Education and 

Posit iim of Architects in France. 5 / t> <r 

Ek'Iihant, Mr. Bs mum's Huiniese 'Priests** 

Arrive in ]x)ndon. 28 i i> /--2i» i If 

Document (iiven <k) the S:ile of, 24j 12 c 

Embarked at Liverpool. I.S 76 / 

Not.'s about, 21 77 «— 22 / 10 r— 23 / 7 e 

-24 I 7 d^2o 1 10 rf— 2tJ 7 6 <i— 29 7 3 6—2./ 7 
r-1 f'i f 

Notices about, 15 ; 4 /^ -16 / 6 e-17 7 9 /" 

- 21 J 7C-J4/ 7 c/-2:i J 10 /— 26; 8 c— 28 / 
6 d — 12 «i 6 r 

see Zoological Oardeks 



Moss as a Material for Making Paper, 11 

H/ 

Hainlww. 1 1 7 6 rf 

WhiiPt:»ble Imposture. 22 7 7 d 81 i9 f 
Whittington Richard^ t^ity of London College 

and Mr. (icnirge's Book. 12 /* 4 « 
Witfan Coal and Inm Company, 18 /"U e 
Williams ( Hwfa> Illness of, 14 > 10 /' 
(H. R.) on Alexandra Park, 8 j 10 «— 29 / 

8* 
f Watkin) on Statements by Prisoners, S> 10 

/_12 ;10r 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Amphlett. Hon. Sir R. P., 1 m 12 A 

Ashbv, James. 8/11 e 

Ball. Bnijimin, 16 / 4 rf 

Barber, Miss H. H. Mercy, 1 fG c 

Baring. Richard, II J JO^ 

— - Burk worth. Miss Mary, 7 w 11 « 

Bartholomew. John 1 1 / 6 e 

- Becki ogham, Martha, 7 m 1 1 

Bcgbie, Mrs. Eleanor, II / 6 e 

Benyon. Rev. E. R., 23 /6a 

B> rners. Mrs. Elixa. 'i5 / 7 d 

Bircham. F. T.. 14 m 8 rf 

Black, Alex., 23 / 6 a 

Bo>d. W.Smith. 5 t 11 /> 

Brahsra. Lewis Henry, 18 i 6 « 

Britlge. Thos. Man, 7 m lie 

Cnin. Miss Catherine, lb / 4 W 

(^aridia. A. G., 4 ; 6 <^ 

Carr, W. T., 14 m 8 1/ 

Cartwright. W. G., IrnVlh 

( haplin, Col. Edw., 1 m 12 * 

Chenerv, Thos.. 29 m \h 

Chiches er Lady C. A., 1/6 r 

Cleveland. Duchess of, \\ j los 

Coates. Thos.. 16./*4 // 

CoUinson. Mrs. C, 14 m 8 <^ 

Cooi)er. (^harles. 11 / 6 « 

Crake, W. H., 4.;6rf 

Croyke, Archdn., ly 6 c 



Maivli ol, b^SI.J 



I'AI:MKU S |N*|)i;X 'V\) '• rilK UWPJS NK\V\srAi'KUi 



Wi^ 



\Vil!B and Bequests (rontinueo). 
Cm lis. ( has., 1 I / H « 

Dallnlt^yor. J. H,. liU »« 4 A 

IMrvali. Sir J. U.. '21 w .i f/ 

i)»ubuz. I<t*v. .John, 25 / 7 ci 

l>.ivi>oii. Juiin. 1 1 ; 10 e 

- - Deaih. Mr. F.. 21 m h d 

Ikrby, (\>hbult. 4 y (J */ 

Dry. en. V. ».. 2.J f W n 

Karle. Mrs. Ann. 4 ; b' d 

K iwardj*. JnHies. I f i'n- 

- fcllU. Mrs Mary Anno, 21 m .'i // 
Kinnis, Alderman, 12 i \\ f. -l,\ / (; n 

Fryer, Rev. H. K., I / (J r 

(Jjisclee, Stophcii, 1o j 1 d 

Grant, Arelicin. Dr. Aiithany, U\ / 4 i 

llanbury, Kubt., 21) w \ h 

Holloway. Professor 'J'hos.. 25 / 7 */ 

Howard.* John Kiiot* 14 m S d 

Hubbuck. Kdw. Martin, 5/11 h 

Uuxtable. Archdn., 7 w 1 1 f 

Know lex. Tho>».. 21 m 5 d 

Lawrentton. (iK*r\. John, II ; 10 ^ 

l^eenim. Josejdi dolnmon, -J.'i / 7 // 

Li'sser, Harone.s4 de, 1 m rj /, 

Lnbunie. (^juntusN of. 1 1 / <; <• 

l.itlledale, Major Kdw.. 14 ,n i< d 

Mariihfltld, li. I)., I ^ 12 h 

Melhin.«h. Fred.. M / lov 

OKeilly. iJr. John. A ) W d 

Overstone, liaron. 4 / (> d 

I'age, Win., 21 m 5 d 

I'urker. Henry, 2;i / (> o 

• Percy, La<ly Ix>ui.<«:i, 2.'J / fi a 

Pick worth, Thos. II / lo *• 

Poland, Sir W. H.. 21 m 5 d 

Heed, Gen. Sir Thos.. 4 i {', d 

Miort, Kt. Kev. Dr. t\\\\*.. 2.J / r, i, 

Memens. Sir W., 17 j 5 / 

Smart, VV. Tlios., IG / 4 </ 

Soniera. Earl, 28 ; (J e 

— - Stallard, Josiah. 18 / C r 

Swabey, Dr. M. C. M., 14 m 8 d 

Tait, Mrs. Mary, 29 m 4 '» 

Thurlow, Kev. E., 7 7/1 1 1 f 

Tred'.vell, Mrs. Anne, 7 /« 1 1 r 

Vardon, Capt. Noel, 21> m 4 h 

Vernon, Lord. 11 j lOc 

Walker, sir JanKs, 18/6 e 

' John Worrall. 1 1 / 6 e 

- White, James, of Over town, 40 w 10 ci 
Wickendan, Kev. J. F.. 2o 1 7 d 

— - Williams of Kara, Gen. Sir W. F., 1 / r 

Wilhnk, \V. W., 11/10^ 

■ — Wilimott, Wm., Ifi /4 d 

- Wright, J. W., 1 ;m*12 b 
^Vil-on (Sir Kivers) Health of, IjOf 
Winchester ('athedral. New C'anon. 9 ; 9 / 
College, Headmaitership, 21 / 9 f 

Address to Dr. Redding on his Appoint- 
ment as first Bishop of Southwell, 25 / 12 a 

- Sehwl, New Heddmaster, 14 w 10 rf 
>Nind8or Castle, State Apartments, Notices, 6 / 

12a-9y 9y— 22/«6« 

Fenian Threats agaiist, 12/5/ 

• — • Health of Koyal, \A m \) f 
- — Park, Long Walk, 8 / in 



Windsor Royai Farm. 30 / 9 /' 

Iinprovenicnis in, 26 in M h 

Wined and Spirits. Decrease iu the Consumptioa . 

of. Ki / A ii 
Winser ( T. G. F.) on the Health Exhibition, 19» 

w 12 ft 
Wokini,'h;im. Propo{»e<l Incorporation of, 5j9f 
Wolff (Mr II. D. at Horsham, 23.; 67 

( >ydiiey ) «nd Iih t'reditors, S/9J 

WoL*«vdey (Lord; at Fi«h monikers* Hall, 1 m 5 s 

at the Festival of the Benevolent Society of 

St. Patrick. 18 m 9 a 

Lodge of Freemasons at Manchester Lordi 

Wolseley to be Senior Warden, 19 / 11 / / 

Wolverhampton (Corporation, the Sureties of. tho 

Aecounlaot Clerk Pay up their A/uounts, 3^ 

/ 10 <j 
AVoinnn Suftragc, M'eeting> at Edinburgh on, 24: 

m He 
Women's Franchise, Conference of Members. 

abont, 8/11 / 

i\la6S Meeting of Miners in Gaycrosi ia. 

Snpport of, 5 //< ti e 

Wood V Henry) on EnsiUge and its- Influence oiii 

Hritish Agriculture, 19 / 10 e 

f J. S.) on Lord Tennyson's Stanza, lOni 9>^ 

(^'V.j on a New Learned Society, 23./ 5 a 

Woodd (Basil) on the Aysgarth Force, 23/4 df 
Woodward (Dr. Henry; ScienXiflc Accuracy of 

the Bible. 6 / 7 / 
Wool Trade. 22 j 1 1 A 
of Bol}<ium, 25 / 6 a 

First Cargo of Australian, Reachea Boston, 

27 / 5« 

Workmen's ( luh.New Southgate,Fablic Meeting 
on Opening. 18 / 7 </ 

National Committee for the Abolition of 

Foreign Sugar Bounties, Meeting. 18 / 7 a 

Peace Association, Annual Meeting, 14 /"Sft 

Working Boys Home, Note on, 1 j 1 1 / 

Men s Clubs. Notice about, 13 i» 10 c 

College, General Meeting of the Memb^rt^ 

Ibj^d 

Lord's Day List Association, New Year's 



Address, IjSj 

Protestant League, B/O f 



Worms (Baron de) on the Brighton Election, 28 
y 86 

at the Conservative Working Men's Associ- 
ation in Edinburgh, I / 6 J 

on Slavery an<l the Soudan. 27 f S 

WREOK REGISTBY COUBT :— 

the BawJ 0/ JJofte and the \V^.daU. 11 i 4 • 

the BexnUei, 20/4 a 

the Uuke 0/ Westminster, IJSe 

the Jnchilutha, 8/ 8 « 

the Prim e*«, 4 / 4 d 

the 6outh 0/ Ireland^ 19 ; 16 c 

WBEOKS:- 

of the City of CoUmhus, 124 Persons 

Drowned, off Fay Head, 21 > 7 a— 22 j 6 dAs 
— 30 / « 6—7 m 3 a 

of the Citt/ of Luchnow, 8 m 5 6 

- of the Elmira, on the New Jersey Coast, 12 
76 «— 14 /6 a 

of tlic Kniiljf. 7 m [\ f 



Wl 



re 



TAUIER fl 1NI>EX tu ** THE TltfR^ SEWSPAPER. 



[Oct. 1 10 



Wrecks (cohtinuetlj. 

of the Hwai' Yuen, on tlic Hicshan Islands, 

16 j6/ 

of the Kotsu, at Hong Kong, 26/5 e 

the i^tatesman and the Theodore II. Rand, C3 

Wren (J. H J on the Merchant Shipping Bill, 1 m 

12 a 
Wreiham Miulcal FestiTal, Second Annual, 26 

./ 10 r 
t\' right (Dr. E. P.) on the Mueller Widow *• Fund, 
, 9; 7c 
Wych Street, Jack Sheppard's House Demolished 

in, 27 m 5 e 
Wj'clifife (John) Proposed Monument to, at 

Lutterwor h, 1 /"6 6 
Wycombe Liberal Aatodation on th2 Gorcrnment 

and the Country, 18 m 10 e 



iio 



y. 

Yellow l-Vver. 8 /9/ 

York (Abp. of) on the Otrmanie, 22 j 8 6 

Young Men's Christian Association, Meeting at 

iiuurneniouth, 26^ 6 e 
Yule (O. U.) Kcply to Mr. Batten. 3> 8 b 
Notes on, 7 ; 11 6—12 ; 1 1 6 



ZoUverein, 50th Annirersary of the Foundation 

of, 3 ; a (I 
Zoological Society of London, Monthly Meetings, 

21 > 12 6 

Gardens, the White Elephant in, Return of 

Visitors, 22 ; 6 e -23 > 12 « 

the Burmese ** Priests" Arrire, 28 J ? 

/— 29/ 7 /— 2<*/10rf 
Zu uland, Blue Book on, 27 / 10 a 

Bp. Douglas on the State of, 19 m $>€ 



VlKit. 



Pnnted At Mr« Palmcr^t Phvate Press, Park Hooiei South Htckne/. 



,»>' 



^ "'^X 



Messrs. GABBIELy 



DENTISTS. 



i!>NLT ADDSESSESt 



72, LDDGATE HILL, CHI, 

AND 

36, HARLET STREET, CAVENDISH SQ 

Where the 

NITBOUS OXTDE GAS 
lOB PAINLESS DENTAL OPERATIONS 



lOTIGE 

The Set of the Index to "The Times" ITewspaper is now complete 
in 109 Vols. 4to. cloth, gold lettered. Price £73. It can only bi 
supplied however from Jan. 1, 1873 to the present time, being 
46 vols., price £23. 

The parts haclnrords from September, lS67aresnpplied only to'ttnnn&l 
subscribers. Some odd parts to perfect sets are still en sale. 



''-"rcrf a( S(ali«ner«' EM. 



INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



1884. 



SPRING QUARTER— April 1 to June 30. 



« The onlj true hisUry of a country is to be found in its newspapers. 



LoBO Macaclat. 






SAMUEL PALMER, PARK HOUSE, BROADWAY, 
SOUTH HACKNEY, LONDON. 

1884. 

lUffht of TranaioHon Rtservtd, 






;'/ - / 



255803 



PAfiteER'S 



(( 



INDEX TO "THE TIlEa*^:SEWSPAPER. 



SPBING QUARTER— APRIL 1 TO JUNE 3^. /. 



Bbtbuixoe. — 7^ Times Newspaper hAYiiig » se] 
to suit it to any file : thus 8 > 11 < means 
noting the month, and the italic letter (according 
the page. 



iparate pagination to each nnmber,the following method is adopted-' 
8th Jnne, page IL column 6 ; the italic letter after the first flgnse 
according to alphaoet) after the second figure noting the column of 



Abbas Bej, MoTements of, 25 j 10 e 
Aber>'6twith College, New Scholarship Founded, 

la 9/ 
Abney Park Cemetery, Second Ground for, at 

Chingford, 26 a 10 c 
Aborigines Protection Society, 47th Annual 

Meeting, 22 m9j 
Abram (Edw.) on Asia Minor, BOmAd 
Abyssinia, Miscellaneous News, 3 a 5 d—S m 7 e 

—25^ 6 e 

Opposed to the (rladstonian Policy, 18 a 5 a 

a Woman and her Children Kidnapi>ed 

from, and Sold into Slavery, Rescued, 24 « 8 a 
Accidents in Mines Commission, Meeting, IS m 

9s 
ACCIDENTS :— 

Archduke Albert, from the Axle of his 

Carriage Breaking, S ml d 

Archduke Jnhn*s Son, Thrown from his 

Carriage, at Gratz, \6 a5 d 

at Allsop and Sons* Shipbuilding Works, 

Preston, from the Vessel they were about to 
Launch Slipping and Killing Two Workmen, 
10a 6 e 

Alfred Ash and Joseph Rutherford, washed 

by a Thunderstorm down a Sewer, in Kilburn 
to the Thames, and Drowned, 14 m 7 c 

Fund for the Families of, 15 m 9y— 28 m 

56 

to the Atlantic Refining Works, at Point 

Breeze, from Lightning Striking a Petroleum 
Tank and Setting it on Fire, 26 m 7 d 

Lord Aylesford, at London Bridge Station, 

by Slipping between the Platform and Foot- 
beard, Breaking his Leg in Two Places, 80 m 

at Bayswater, from the Wall of the Ruins 

•f Mr. Whiteley's Warehouse Falling down 
and Burying the Workmen, 2 m 10 / 

('apt. Berry, at Nyassa, from a huge Alli- 
gator seizing him the Middle while Bathing, 5 
M 6 / 

Boat Capsized by Collision with the Vivify 

off Dover. Two Persons Drowned. 9 / 8 rf 

at Blackpool, Five Men Drowned, 26 m 

Hd 



Aocidents (continued). 

Boat Capsized near Felling-«n-Tyne, Six 

Men Drowned, 28 a 6 ^ 
in Kingstown Harbour, 6 Men Drowned, 

Cm 5/* 

• at Llandudno and 8 Persons Drowned, 



Five Men Drowned, 17 



7il2/ 

• in the Mersey 



file 
on the Ranee at Dinan, Two of the 

Rev. Mr. Coen*s Children Drowned, 80 « 7 6 
in the Shannon, Three Soldiers Drowned, 

• ofif Shoreham Harbour, Two Members 



of the Brighton Bowing Club Drowned, i 
Us 

■ on the Thames, Four Men Drowned, 16 



mSd 



' in Thurso Bay, Three Persons Drowned, 
2m%d 

— Boiler Explosion at the Bath Paper MillSy 
Bathford, Two Men Killed, 17 m 11 / 

• at Dubuque, Iowa, Five Persons KUied, 



27 M 5 b 

in a Flour Mill, at Dayton, Ohio, 80 ; 5 fr 



at the Marble Works, Gouverneur, New 

York, Killing Five Persons, &c., 5 m 7 f 

George Brown, a Labourer, Drowned while 

Unloading a Barge of Bricks, 'llj 10 e 

at Bucharest, a Rafter of the Sidoli Cireus 

Falling down with the Lamps, Sets Fire to the 
Whole Building, Killing Five Persons and 
lujariog others, 22 a 5 c 

— FaruK^r Buff and his Wife, Burnt to Death 
in their House when on Fire, at Kilbey, 15 a 

4/ 
Building at Baltimore Falls in, Killing 

Many Persons. S\ m 7 d 
at (^hillicothe, Ohio, a Grand Stand Falling 

on whieli were 300 Persons witnessing a Game 

of Biice Ball 12 m 7 o 
J aunts W. (Uapp, of Roman Road, Bow, 

Falling on the Steps of Farringdon Market, 

Killing him. 11 f 10 s 
at ('ol >r»iilo. Ten Persons Drowned by a 

Waterspoiii in a Cattle C-amp in, 2 / 5 /' 

Master Kdward Colville. from Fulling over 

the Banisters into the Basement. Fracturing 



Ace 



PALMBB'0 IIIBSX TO ** TUB TIMBS " BBWSPAFBB. 



[April i t^ 



Aoddanti (continued). 

at Cowes, Fall of the Wall mt the Gaa 

Works at, and Two Men Killed, 80 m 7 « 

Jamet Dale, while gathering Wild 9iide' 

Eggs, hj Slipping and Falling on some RockSr 
at Helston, bmbb . '"> • i 

Mr. Alfred Oearman, from his Horse t^dn^ 

Fright and in Jumping from. hift*Cfalfisdr was 
KiUsd, 28m 10/" ,. 'l:,\ I * 

-^ Lord Dufferin, .fron^* his T Horses taking 
Fright, at Con8tantinople>49 d f 

theDukepfJ^U9rgh,^fsin|ivhiaKQee^ 

Soils .••. •;••. •. •• 

EtplodDiv**of Signer Bonaani's Powder 

. MapOKure tt Pertiem^U, 24 Persons Killed and 
'•^imaoy-Iajured, 2ij5d 

'\ ' ■ of Chemicali, at Greenwich^ acLd Mr. 
Faalwaid Injured, ITjSe 

at the Clyde Iron Works, near Glasgow, 

Three Men KiUed, 81 m 11 « 

in Drury Lane Theatre, during the Per- 
formance, of the Lime Light, 5/6 d-^l jtd 
• of Dynamite at Nobel's Explosives Com- 



pany, Ardeer, 9 m 5 /* 

> of Fireworks at the Grange, Aylesbury, 



while prepariAg the BTe^ing DispUy, 8 ; 4 / 

of Gas, at Addington Square, 9 « 10 c 

T at Oldham, ^abf 

of Gunpowder at Dartford Mills, 5 a 11/ 

— -— at Newport, Moamouthshire, 6 m 10 e 
- in Ship Street Barracks, Dublin, from a 



Charged Canister being thrown into them, 26 
all/— 28 a 10 a 

■ of a Steam Bleacher, in a Factory at 

Waterford, Killing Five Men, 28 m 6 A 

- of the San Jose Powder Magazines fol- 



lowed by a Gas Explosion, 1 si 6 d— 2 m 5 
8m70 

at the Torpedo School. BoyardTille, 

SoTersl Persons Injured, 7 ml d 

— Fall of a House in Heraals, Burying Six 

Workmen, 9 « 5 </ 

of a Mass of Rock near Hsllstadt doing 



Great Dsmage, U m 6 d 
of a Scaffold near Ligonier, Killing Nine 

Persons and lujuiing 11 oihers, 80 m bj 
■ uf a Stand at Chatham, Ontario, during 

some Athletic Sporu, 150 Persons Injured, 28 

mod 
Ihomas Farmer, at Chathsm, from taking 

Liquid Ammonia Instead of his usual Cough 

Mixture, *^}i a 10 c 
C^ounsel Finlay, Thrown from his Horse in 

Kottttn Row. Breaking his Arm, 18 m 9 a 

— Fishitig Boat i Capsized at Longbroke, Two 
Men Drowned, 1 a U e 

— at Gnlveston in Texas, from a Tornado 
Demolishing a Church and Negro School, In- 
juiiHg many of the Children, 21 a 5 / 

— William Green, Drowned in the Thames, 26 

«i 8 d 
Mr. Edw. Harty. the well known gentleman 

at the Uall^luiKiers SieeplechM»e«. Thrown 

liom his I'oi.y and breaking his Neck. \^al d 
• — Dt'nis liic. ey. a Labourer, at Limerick 

Dtick. frum the Wire Hope of the Machinery 

Cuiung ufi his Head, 22 ml e 



A e cidents (eonUnwBd). 

HeoDer*s Buildings, Baltimore, Fall in and 

;Ktll and Wound Many Persons, 2 ; 6 e 
. .•-^' at a Launch on Lake Ck>nstance, from the 

Wooden Erection on whkh the Party wero 
■ Standing jriTing way Precipitated 40 Ladies 

into the Water, 9> I a 
Mr. A. W. Jessoo, wha FeU Dowm and 

Expired while Running at tike Oxford Boat 

Baee, 20 si 10 a 
at LiUe, from the Lift of a Stand on the 

Race Course Brfaking, Klll^ Three Persona 

and Injorinf all, 8 j 8« 
-^- Jnha Sarah Lucas, Burnt te Deatk in her 

Bed, 12 m 18 /* 
Mrs. Magee, Killed while Hunting at Blar- 
ney, 10 m 7/ 

— at Morpeth, to EUen ffichaids and her Two 
Brothers, Drowned, 28/ 12/ 

— at Nancy, a MoUier Drowned in Trymg to 
Sare her Two Childten who were Drowidngy 
19m 7e 

Chas. Ormond. knocked down by a Swiqg 

on Hempstead Heath. 4> 4/ 

— Mrs. PaUiret and Smith, Thrown from their 
Carriage and Killed, near Berkel^, 16 / 12 « 

at Port Arthur, Manitoba, from the Proma- 

ture Discharge of a Blast, Killing Five Men, 
&c., 5 a 7 c 

— at Portsmouth Infantry Barracks, from a 
Fall of the Girders, Injuring the Worksen 
Seriously, 29 a 10 </ 

the Princess Tictoria, Slightly Spraining 

her Ankle, 19 a 7 e 

Mr. Kunnegar. who was Thrown from his 

Bicycle into a Ditch, a Branch of a Tree En- 
tering his Eye, from which he Died, 24 m 7 « 

at St. Anthony's Churoh, Trieste, from 

some Artificial Flowers on the Aliar catchmg 
Fire, 9 m 6 c 

Mr. Sanders, of Exmouth, Gored to Death 

by a Bullock, who afterwards rushed on • 
Bicyclist who stiiking his alarm bell frightened 
the animal and saTed his life, 22 a 12 a 

James Talbot, Drowned at Barrow, while 

the Excursionists were being landed from 
Blackpool, 14 a 12 

Mr. Taylor, Drowned while Bathinf, at 

Datchet,4; 11/ 

Three Workmen Employed on a Railway 

near Vienna Killed during a Fearful Thunder- 
storm, SO a 5 s 

in Union Street, Borough, from the Roof 

of a Large Unused Building Felling in, 4/ 11 / 

in Visalia, California, from a Cloud Burst- 
ing over it Sweeping away a House and Six 
Persons Drowned, '6 i^a 

AOGIDENTS-mNiNO:-- 

at Cymmer Colliery, Firo in, 19 m 6 e 

Explosion at Abercarn Colliery, Meeting of 

the Trustees ef the Fund, 18 m 4 6 

at Leycett Colliery, Beoovery of Bodies, 

8 m G «-» ffi 9 * 

at Park Slip Colliery, near Cardiff, 8 a 

6/— 4ii 12 a 

at Penycraig Colliery, Official Report 

on, 2^ m 9 e 



June 80, 1884.] 



palmer's IKDKX to ^^ TliK TIMES " NI£\rdl*APKR. 



Afg 



AocddentB^lfining (continued), 

Explosion at Seaham Colliery, UnTeiiing of 

the Monument to the Mensorjr of the 164 Men 

and fiojs Killed in, 3 i 4 a 

at SiWerdale Colliery, 15 w 9/ 

at Wharncliffe Carlton Colliery, Report 

of Morley, 7 a 10 / 
Eire at the Niddre and Benhar Coal Pita, 

near Edinburgh, 2%m% d 

at Page Bank Colliery, 21 a 9 « 



at Sharaton Colliery, from the Roof Falling 

in, 29 a 11 d 
at the Sillcfitone Pit, near Normanton, fr*m 

a Collier Falling down a Shaft, 2 m 8 cf 

at Wrexham and Acton Colliery, Fire in, 

11 a4« 

ACdDEMTS-BAILWAY :— 

Frank Brentnail, at Lowdham Station, 5 m 

8e 

Major the Hon. C. C. Chetwynd, at Worth- 
ing SUtion, 1 a 11/— 2 a 10 6 

Dr. Foulkes Jones, at Flint, 18 m 10 ft 

William Fox, Run Over at Brockley, 6 

712 d 

Seven Hungarians, Walking on the Line 

near Scranton, bale 

.Tameii Lawrence, at Stratford Station, 19 

G. Henry Metcalf, at Spa Road Station, 7 

William Miles, Killed at Whetstone, 3 ; 7 / 

Mrs. Sophia Pennyead, Killed at the West- 
minster Bridge Station. 11 i \() e 

Two Lads, near Little Chestrr. 2.1 / 8 « 

Mr. Wolfe, Station- Master, at Hockley 

Station, 15 a 8 </ 
a Woman, at Westminster Bridge Station. 

at Bank Top Station, Darlington, 2 / fJ a 

at BelleTiUe, lUinois, bO Per«ons Injured. 7 

• 6/ 
between Blandford and W'imbornefrom a 

Truck being on Fire. 29 m 6 t 
near Bochina from the Mail Van Catching 

Fire, 12 m 7 6 
near Bolgoe. 2f> w 7 / 

on the Burlington Railway. 20 ; h a 

at Chester Station, to the Irish Mnil, 15 a 

6/ 
near Cumberlsnd Sfation. 29 m 9 A 

at Denmark Hill Station, by the Fall of 

Part of the iunuel. 3(» m 10 c 

at DowntoB, 4 ; 5 e— 5 ; 7 / — 6 / 7 «— 9 ; 9 

d-10 7 10/- 12 i 10 r -\Aj i:> d 

- near Elford, 8 wi 1 2 r 

Fall of the Bridge over the Alendia, Preci- 
pitating an Entire Pa.*<pecger 'Irain from 
Badojoz into the Rirer, 28 •/ 5 c & e— 29 u 5 c 
—30 a 7 rf— 1 m 5 rf— 2 mo h 

near Leicester, 30 ; < e 

near LongueTille. 8 a 5 d 

- — at Milner Royal Junction, 9 ;n 9y 

near Nairn, 10 a 6 r 

near Neuhausel HtHtion, a Little Boy 

Falling out of a Sleeping Car, 19 a 5 k 

at R«»ston J unci ion. 27 /He 

■ ai blaiihwaiU;, 11 a y « 



Accidents— Railway (rontiniLed). 

— on the Western and Atlantic K.iil.riy, 

Georgi<i« 17 a 5 i 

Collision near Blackburn Station. 4 ; 4 u 

at Blackrock Station, \Q a G n 

at Chicngo. 7 m 7 c 

near Councils- Ville, 10 Person -i Burnt to 

Death. 15 m 5 a 

at Crook. 25 / 10 « 

between Oeelong and Melbourne. 7 n Tt f 

at Haddonfield. near Philadelphia. I G / 7 « 

near Leicester. 25 « 1 d 

near St. Denis, \o m h d 

at Sevenoaks Station, 9 ; 9 rf— 10 ; 8 c 

Official Inquiry into, 14 j 14 « 

near Syracuse. 27 m 5 6 

in Western Pennsylvania, 20 Persons 



Killed, 16 m & a 

Accrington Police Court, a Prisoner threw her 
Clog at the Magistrate. 23 o 7/ 

Actors' Benevolent Fund. Second Annual Morn- 
ing Performances at Drury Lane in Aid of, 18 
7 4c 

Adamant Diamond Mining Company, 24 a 1 1 t 
-24 > lie 

Adams ( R. D.) Australia and French Convictism. 
«J9/ 

Australian " Shums" and their Cure, 10 a 

8rl 

Aden. News about, 2b ao d 
ADMIRALTY COURT :— 

the Cormorant^ 23 ; 5 f 

the />o«wn'— Damages. 10 a 3 /* 

the A7/— Salvage. 2 a 4 /» 

the Franety 13 m 4 a 

the Friedehurg, 24 « 4 A 

the Frigor\fitfHe, 28 m if 

the Gor/i, 23 a 6 / 

the Horace, 12 w 5 «» 

the Lancatter, 14 w 5 / 

the Malabar. 27 j 3 / 

the Aferrie England, 2A j b d 

the Romano, 2ll ; 3 / 

the Bona, 6 w 3 / 

the StrathUven, 16 w 3 c 

the TVt'j^/fl/B— Damftges. 8 a 3</ 

the Vera CWi*- Damages, 10 a 8 /*— 29 aZa 

Afghan War. How the Money Went in, 16 a 11 « 

Ktlief Fund, Note on, 1 1 a 5 c 

AFGHANISTAN :- 

tlje Ameer Treating for the Purchase of a 

Stesmi Plough, 14 a 5 A 

Aims Factory Established by the Ameer 

at .Jellalabad. 21 ; 7 A 

Capture of Maitncna, 16. »" 7 c 

— and Central Asia, 21 a 6 6—28 a 5 *— 5 
m 7 a 

Fighting in, 2jbc 

General Wallok Khan Degraded and Im- 
prisoned, 21; 7 6 

- Income Tax Imposed for Four Years, 16 

j7r 

Le:id Mine Discovered at Ghorband near 

Cahiil. 14 a 56 

— Mi-cdhmeous News, 7 a 6 6—19 m 7 </— 26 
m 7 d-3 I 8 h—b jb 6 & rf— 9>7 c— 10 > 5 e— 
23; 7 /i— 3Ui5 6 

B 5 



Afg 



PAUna'S INDEX TO " TIIK Tf»»E8 " MEW8PAPES. 



[April I x-y 



AfKhniiistan find QaetU, 24 m 7</ 

Northern Hod North Western Fruutiers, 7 

.7 5 6 
Recovery of the Body of Lieut. Dupins, 3 

und the Russian*. 28 y 7 if 

Three State Prisoners Die SutMcnIy in 

Priscin. 14 c 6 6 

TobRcco Controrersy in, 12 m 7 ^ 

Africa. UniTersities Mission to Central, 12 y 10 r 
AfricMn Expedition of the Geological Society, 14 

jU d 
Exploration, Return of Mr. Thompjion, 12 

16/ 

Spanish Central, 14 ; 9 A 

International Association, A a h r—\0 n b f 

^8/ii5a— 2;5c— 10; 8 e— 12> 6 * -14 ; J* * 

— 16 7 7 e— 17 ; 5 «— 23.; 8 a 
' Note on, 4 / 4 a 

Notices about. 21 a 5 e—7 m 7 r~10 m 7 



e— 12 m 7 /—20m 5 A 
Recognition of. hy the Unite<l Sutes, 10 

a5 /— 12a6r-24a3<f 5m 7 « 
Terms of the Arranirement with France, 

20 m 10 a— 28 m 5 6—24 m 7 c 
Airar-Ellis (L.) on Sugar-Beet Growing in 

England, 8 ? 4 e 
Aged Merchant Seamen's Institution. Meeting 

to Aid, 10 « 6 ./ 
Agency Conipnny of An^tralaMH. 30 n 13 d 
Agra and Furiuckabad, Acuouitt of, ;«) m 2 ^ 
Affrioultural Labourers and the Franchise, 4 a 

."• e 
— Demonstration of, at Leamington, 15 a 

to ,» 

on the Franchise at Yeoril, 87 4 « 

« Company of Mauriiiud, 20 ; 11 </— 28; 1S« 

• Produce, Official Notices, 2 a 14 a— 9 « 10 

/— 1« a 11 c— 28 a 18 w— 8U n 14 6-7 m 13 6 

—14 ,„ i\p-'2\ tu 5 6— 2S m U t/-4 / 4 / — 11 

.7 116—18; lb 6 
— ^ — Returns. 4 » 6 <» 
«»— Science CluKses, \C* i 13 « 
Aird (John) on Dynamite Outrages. 5 ; /* 
Aitken (llios.) on the Consolation, 2\ m \2 f 
Albania— Manifesto to Oppose Turkish Rule in, 

7 m 7 a— 4 ; 5 6 
— New QoTeroor, 6 > 5 rf 

News. 19; 5 c 

News shout, 16 m 5 <f— 21 m 7 if 

— Two Englishmen Enter to Inspect a Forest 

ferSalein, 12 c 56 
Albanian Forests, Note on, 16 ; 6 « 
Aldermanic Vacancy, Candidates, 18 ;5/— 19 

J a a 

Election. 20 > 11 c- 21 j 18 c 

Alexander (Claud) on Flogging in the Army, 

7 a 7/ 
Alexander Newsky Church, Fund for. 5 o 7 6 
Alexandra House for Female Students, Prince 

and Princess of Wales Lay the Foundation 

Stone at Kensington Gore, 80 ; 7 « 
Algeria, Spainards in. lU ^ .*> v 

Farming in, 21 m 3 / 

Proposal to Purchase an Kfltate in for 200 

Indigent Children of Paris, 2H 7 « 
AlkaU Works ReguUtion, 9> 5 c 
6 



Allen (C. H.) House for Freed Women Slaves Ir 

Cairo, \'2 n \\ / 
oa the ividiiapping of an Abyssinian Women, 

24 o S a 

Lake Nyassa and the Rirer Shire, 26 m 9 4 

on Morocco. 3 ; 4# 

Account of Morocco. 12 m 3 </ 

Allotments for Labourers, 14 w 3/ 

Almond (J. Cj on Theft in the New Law Court?. 

4ri4c 
Amateur China Painting, 9th Aimtul Exhbitii»M 

at Howell and St. James's. 19 m 8 e 
Amszon Steam Narigation Company, 21 / 13 r 
Ameer Abdurrahman, 7 m 6 « 
America, Iron and Steel Association, Reports, ^ 

m 5 A 

North, Central, and South, 12 « 5 r 

AMESIOA— UNTTEB STATES :— 

Mr. Abbey *s Opera Troope in Philadelphia. 

16 « 5 (f— 21 e 5 /— 28 ale 

Agricultural Returns. 11 <f 3 e— 12 m 8 ft 

AUbama Claims, Duration oC the Court, 'J^ 

M 5 6 

American Bankers, Indictment of. IR 1 in ,1' 

Arthur (General) Meeting to Nuniaate ft^r 

the Presidency, 22 m 5 a 
llaldwin*s Locomotire Works at Phfla- 

rielphi a. Discharge of Workmen from, 26 « 7 <• 
Bill t« Prohibit Foreign Workmen from 

Entering to Compete with Native Workmen. 

2U 76 
Mr. Blaine the Republican Candidate f -r 

the Presidency, 16^6 a— 20 / 5 a— 21 * 7 6— 

28 I 7 if 
Meeting of the Opposcra of. 16 > 7 </~H' 

; « * « . 
Bolivar (Simon) Equestrian Statue of 

Unreiled, in Central Park, New York. 19 ; 5 6 
Butler ((General) Nominated for the Presi- 
dency, 31 m 7 6 

Candidates for the Presidency 4 > 5 a— »> 

, :, r— 9 i 7 rt — 18 ; 5 6—10 ; ,=> d 

- Call of Bonds, 23 m 5 « 
Case of Mr. Eno, 17 y 5 a 

of Gerald Thomas Tully. 22 m 5 a— 17 

,• 10«— 18;7a 

Cattle Disease in 10 « 6 a 

Chicago Convention, oj 5 a— 6i 5 a--7 ; 5 

«— 9 ; 7 a— 20 ; 6 a— 27.; 5 d 
(71an-na-Gael Conrention. Irish Secivt 

Society. Me« t at Chicago. 24 7 5 c 

and' the Conge. 2 n 7 rf 

Congress, Proceedings in. 8 a 5 «/— 9 /i 5 <' 

—1 1 #/ 3 « -16 a 5 c— 18 a 5 r— 23 o 7 c -»i a 

7 ^—8 M 7 6—5 m 8 a— 7 m 7 c— 8 m 5 a— lo 

w 7 6— I8m5</-14 m 7 t &r— 17 m 7r— II 

; 5 6- 14 t 9 #/- 16 I 7 «— 26 ; 6 o 

— Grant to Extirpate Dynamiters, 12 ; .i ' 

Pass the Dingley Shipping Bill, 24 ; 5 . 

- Convention. 4 ; 6 a 

Cotton Manufacturers of the South Meet 

at AngusU on the Stale of their Traile. ."» .• 
7r 

Plantinit in, 12 m 8 6 

Crop Returns, 1 1 7 5 d 

'^c•.l n.« 'n. 29 fl 5 c— 7 » 7 c 

Great Damage from, 29 a 5 c 



June 30, 1884] ^almkh's index to *'ri!K times** newspaper. 



Amp 



America (continued), 

- Hnd (^iibn. 6 a o d 

— - Sheriff DaTidson Acquitted. 21 c 6 A 

Decoration Day, Strewing with t'lowers the 

Graves of Fallen Soldiers. 31 ml b 

Democratic Convent ions. Meeting of. 16 m 

."» a —'23 /#! 5 h — 20 5 a—26j o u—27 j o d 

Diplomatic Bill. \\ i oh 

Dynauiiier.s. ihe Ppo« on, 14 a 5 e 

— - Klection^, 5 i o e^7 )7 ^ 

Emigrant Returns, 2 « 7 f 

— - I'^Kperit-nces of Centralized Municipalities, 

14 M 6 d 
Explosive Materials Found Left in New 

Vurk Hotel the Owner having Committed 

Suicide. 24 a o e 

Exports of Gold, $m 5 e 

Khxiding of the Lower Mississippi Relief 

Despatched from St. Louis to the Sufferers, 1 
« 5 r 

- Florida and its Repudiated Bonds, 24 a 9 /* 

Ford's Emergency Fund. 14 a 6 e 

— * Forest Fires from the Drought, h ml f 

Funded Debt of Liailways in, 6 a 11 f 

' German Woman in Albany in an Insane 

Fit Kdled Five of her Children and Threw 
herself and Remaining Child before a Train 
and was Killed. 31 m 7 flf 
— f and Germany, \% ml f 
— Gold and Silver in, 23 c 4 r 

Grant (Gen.) Loses his all by the Failure 

of Grant and Ward. 12 m 7 c 

Bill Fassed Flacing him on the Retired 

List with Rank and Pay of General, 14 m 7 a 

How the General Obtained Mr. Vander- 

biU*8 Cheque. 24 m 1 b 

Mr. Vanderbilt Returns to Gen. Grant 

all the Dee<ls he held as Security, 13 « 5 6 

and Ward's Insolvency, Arrests and 

rrus^'cuiioiis under. 2\ a 1 b 

Illiteracy in the States, IS a 6 « 

luiuiigration Returns, 22 a 4 b — 30 a 1 c — 

'.t Hi 4 a—'Ai^ m 1 e 

— ^ lui{Hirti». 28 a i /~19 a S tt~28 m 5 d 

— ^ Industrial Edu<'ation in, 24 'i 6 « 

Judiciary ('oinmittee Report against 

Women buffrnge, 1^ al d 

' Kellogg i^Senater) Acquitted, 3 /u 7 c 

Laud (Question iu, 22 a lu a 

— * Lincoln (Robert; Nominated a Candidate 

for the Vice Presidency. Sketch of. 18 a 10 / 
Methodist Conference at Philadelphia, 18 a 

7y— -iy a 5 c 

and Mexico, 17 m 7 rf— 6 /6c 

Michigan. Forest Fires in, 20 a b d 

MiB4k;ilaneous News, 6 a h c— 4 a 5 c— 22 a 

5 d — 24 tt 5 U — 28 c 5 /' — 8 la 5 d — 27 m b d — 
3<l w h r— 2 J .5 /— 4 » 6 a 

National (inventions, 14 a 3 c— 28 a 5 d — 

"I $n i c 
Weol-Growers Coaveotion Meeting in 

Chicago. 21 ml c. 
Negro Murderer near Austin, Captured by 

a Lynching Party and Boasted to Death, 18 

aid 

Convention in Pittuburg. 1 m 5#/— 2 m 5 c 

2>iew York Fadures in, jse Su4F£NSi02(a 



America (continued^, 

New York Building up of. 2/4 e— 4 ; 10 y' 

■ Mr. Irving and Miss Terry begin a 

FHrewt'll Engagement, 2 a 7 r 

Iriih Agitators in. 12 ci 1 1 s 

Panic on the Stock Exchange, 15 m 5 a 

— 1(5 /« 5 a— 16 m h it^Xl m 1 a &c/~10 ml a 
— 28 ui 9 /— 6 ? 5 m 

Madame Paiti'n Final Appearance at, 21 

• 5/ 
— . — Produce Exchange, Opening of the New 

Building. 1 ml c 

Sanitation in. 1 m 4 A" 

Stock Market, Sute of, 21 ml e— 22 m 5 



a — 28 w 7 c 

Oakville Destroyed by a Cyclone, dad r— 

4 a 5 c 

Pennsylvanian Democratic Convention, 

First of the Year, \\ a S d 

Petroleum Market, over Production of, 24 

; .> « 

— - Porter (Gen. Fitzjuhn) Bill Re-Instating 
him as Colonel, 18 ; 7 ^ 

Presideatial Contest. 12/6 /"— 20 /6 a 

Public Debt. 2 a 1 r St d 

Republican Ocnventions, Meetings of, 18 n 

5 r— 19 n 1 c— 26 a b <?— 26 a 7 c--3 m 7 6—27 
m b //— 30 m 5 c— 2 > 5 rf— 3 i 8 e— 26 i 6 a 

Revolt against Mr. Blaine*s Nomination, 

10 ; 5 o 

Revenue Returns, 8 a 6 e 

Riots in Cincinnati, 1 a 5 r— 2 a 7 r 

Robbery at Medicine Valley Bank. Kansas, 

KilUng the President and Cashier, 2 m 6 c— 3 

m 1 b 
the Murderers Caught and Lynched, 3 m 

lb 

Shipping Bill Passed, 10 m 7 « 

Tariff Question, 11 a 3 (/— 14 a 6 s— 7 m 7 

r — 13 m 6 d 

lieform League. \ mb d 

Theatrical News, 28 a 7 c— 28 a 5 e— I m 5 

d— 14iN 7 a 

Mr. Tilein's Candidature. 24 /» 7 s— 30; 56 

Declines the Honour. 13 / 5 ^ 

iind Turkey, 8 a 6 r/ 

Waohingtun Bronze Statue of Chief Justice 

Marsh-ill Uncovered Ht. 12 w 7 r 

and the West Indies. 29 a 10 b 

West Side Bank, New York, the Teller 

Absconds, 26 m 1 a 
Suspension of, 27 m 5 6 

- White and Negro. Population of, 10 a 9 / 
Winter Tour in the Southern States, 12 a 

7 c— 14 a 4//— 15 o8 «— 16 a 4 e— 17 a 3 a— 

18 'I 8 cf — 19 u i) a— 21 a 4 a— 22 a 4 a— 23 a 

Ka 

Correction of Article No 7, 23 a 4 ir 

Wyndham(,( 'harles) and bis Company Leave 

for Liverpool, 5 a 7 c 
Ameiicaii Asbociation, 7 / 10 6 
Com^wtition with European Agriculture, 

1 1 a 5 ri 

Freehold Land Mortgage Company, 16 /a U 

r-19/« 12 C 

Steamship Company, 9 a 5 s 

Aoiu Davia, State of the River, 5 m 8 a 



Amp 



PALHCR*8 IKDBX TO " TOT TUOi '' IdWiPAPlB. 



[April 1 ta 



iVmpthill (Lord) Serioun lUneM of, 12 m ii e— 15 

wy /• 
Ancient and Modern Charitj, 22 a 7 « 
Glass, HeprodHCtion of a Sendee of, fur the 

King of Spain, 16 ; 6 / 
Anderson (A. F.) Master of the Liverpool Work- 

liDuse, Disappearance of, 1 a 10 / j 

( Dr. Ella. 0.) on Women Francbist-, 3 1 w 9 rf 

(George) on Mr. Dixon's Clain><< against 

Portugal, 9 ; 6 c 

(^Mary) Note of Farewell. 7 a 10 d 

Andorra, Kepablic vf. Account of , 4 a 4 i— 10 a 

5e—\\ aSc 
Andoversford, Members for East Gloacestershire 

at. 5 a 10 r 
Ani^lo-Americiin " Order of the Sons of St. 

(f»-orge,"23; 4 e 
An^lo-Spanish Commercial Treaty, 2 a 13 a 
Aiigia Pequena, 12 m 7 /— 22 m 5 c— 27 m6 h& 

a~H f h e 

- Deputation of South African Merchants on 
(lie .Necessity to Retain, 17 m 7 « 

jinti Germany, 30 m 6 / 

AiitiqiiariAn DiscoYcry at Woolatoae, Berks, 23 

w We 
A)H)ihecaries Society, Firat Open Surgical 

SchuUrship Awarded, 29 m 5 < 
Arab; I'asha Interviewed, 2 i ^a 
Aic'Iiaeological Discoveries in the Uolv Land and 

Syria in 1883, 19 a 6 ^ 

Dis<;overy in Upper Egypt, 22 a 6 a 

ll«»bbery— the Bishop's Cope Stolen from 

th • I 'hiirch of Pienza, 18 a 6 / 

AEGHS3, iBQ. GOUBT:— 

Si. John of Jerusalem, South Hackney, 13 

m 4 /; 

St. Lawrence, Brentford, 13m 4 a 

St. Mary Abbot. Kensington, 13 m 4 a 

St. Mary, Paddington, 13 m 4 6 

ArRb Monuments in (^airo. 26 w 4 ^ 
Aniuia, Miscellaneous News, 26 j 5 «• 

Kevult in and Mai>aacre of 3 JO Turks, lo 

HI 5 (i 

Art;ciuine Republic, Note on, 22 a 8 c 

Irihh in 19 m 8 a 

0(>ening of the Congress. 8 m 6 d 

Argyll (Duke of) and the Highland Crofters, 9 

m 9/— 21 itt 10 6 
Armenian Calholicos, 22 yn 5 </— 23 m 5 6—26 m 

8 a— 2 i H /»— 6 ;■ 6 e 
Army Scripture Readers Society, 21 m 12 d 
and Navy Auxiliary Co- Operative Supply, 

22 a 11 c— 29 m 11 e 

House Furnishing Company, 9/136 

Arnold (Arthur) the Multiple Control, 9 / 10 a 
Art, Advanced Instruction in, 6> 7 b 

Sales, iee Finb Arts 

— ^ for Schools Association, Notes on, 7 i 10 b 

—16; 6 a 
Mr. Gould's Recitation at Steinway Hall 

to Aid. 12; 11 j 
Artisans' Labourers' and General Dwellings 

Company, 1 a 11 6—2 a 13 e— 9 a 11 c 
Artists Benevolent Fund, 75th Anniversary 

Dinner, 29 a 4 « 
General Benevolent Institution, Annual 

Dinner, 26 m 5 </ 



Asceneion Day—** Beating the Bounds " in the 

Metropolitan Parishes, 23 m 9/ 
Ashburnham (Lord) on Monaco, 23 ; 4 /* 
MSS. the Italian Government Negociatefor 

the Italian Portion, 22 m 6 rf— 23 » 9/ 
Asia Minor, Note on, 30 m 4 d 

Mining Company, 23 m 11 

Asiab Settlement, 23 m 5 6 

Assam Company, 27 m 1 1 e—lOj II c 

Assets Realization Company, 5 m 13 6 

Asainibola, Consecration of the Bishop of, 25 

ilOf 
Association of the Homes for Young Engtiah^ 

women in Paris. 29 a 4/ 
of Railway Shareholders, 8/9 c— 6 ; 8 h — 

7i9« 
Aston (F. T.) Interest 00 Consuls, 1 m 11 6 
Athawes (J. T.) on Birds, 23 o 6 / 
Atheneum Club, New Members, 2 a 12 < 
Atlas Assurance Company, 24 m 13 a 
Australia and French Conviction, 6> 9 / 
AUSTSVLTA: - 

(i^nerul Klecfi 'n, Jt a 5 /" 

the Maor: Ki.ig Leives Melbourne for 

Kn^iHn«1. 21 a 7 a 

Mi>ceiUneouB News, 28 a 6 / 

New Mini!«try, 24 fi o/^UtjS 6 

Rabbit8 in, 5 a 1 1 Z' 

Salniun in. 8 « 4 rl 

Sydni'y (lip. of; fcluthroned as Metropolitan,. 

2du*'lO d 

Vote of Want of Confidence Passed against 

the Ministry at Adolnide, 14 ; 9 </ 
tee nho New South Wales— New Zba- 

LAKi> — Victoria -(^LBKNSLASD, &c. 
Australian Mining C<in)}Mnies. tet MiHiAO 

AgriculturHl Comp.iny, 26 ; U <f 

Colonies and tho Influx of French Conricta, 

sec France 

FedcTrttion. 2») 7 1 1 d 

Mining Company. 21 ; 13 r 

Martgage. Laud an 1 Fi mnce Company, 11 

a8/-2+ a 11 rf— ITm J3 i 

and Agency CiMupiiny. 28 f 13 // 

and New Zealand Mortgage Company, 25 

i \\ d 

" Slumi " and their Cure, 10 a 8 a 

AUSTAIA:— 

Annual Inspection of the Garrison of Perth, 

li) m 7 f 

Arch'Juke Albert Celebrates hi« 2oth 

Anniversary of his Appointment as Honorary 
C-hief of a Trusdian Regiment, 18 a 5 6— 2L a 
^d 

— ArcMuke Rainer^s Papyri. 8 w 5 r 

— Uonib Thrown into the Police Office at 
Cm cow. 28 a 7 <?— 24 a 5 r 

— t'attle Market Commission at Pressburg. 
14 «i 6 r— iJi o 6 6— 19 a 7 6— 21 a 5 ff— 26a 7 6 

— Conference in the Austnan Credit Anstalt, 
2.S u ,) h 

— Consecration of the Fine New Reformed 
Church at Szegedin, 26 moo 

Court News, 3 a 5 •—7 a 5 rf— 17 a 5 c — 19 

a 7 6—26 a 7 i'— 28 a 5 r— 3 m 7 6—16 mb d 
— 17 »M 7 '^ -31 M 7 c— 3 / 3 rf— 4 y 5 c— 13 |5 
^--19j 6 <•— 26y 5 t 



June SO, 1884.] 



palmer's index to ^'tsb times*' nrwspapicr. 



Ban 



Austria (continued) 

Court News, the Emperor at Odinburg, 2 

; 5 e--5 / 5 d 

Empress Maria Anna, Serious Illness of, 

3 m 7 b 

Legacy to the Treasury of the Dom of 

Prague. 13/5 c 

Order for the Court to go into Mourning 



for the Prince of Orange 20 / 5 d 

■ Crown Prince's Account of the First 



Journey he Made in Egypt, &c., 11 ; 5 ^ 

- Honorary Diploma of Doctor Presented 



to, by the University of Vienna, 13 / 5 c 

• Tour of , 2 a 7 b—i a 5 A--8 a 5 <? — 9 a 



b c & d^U a 5 0—15 a 3 c-<15 a 3 d^\6 a o 
6—17 a 5 c~18 a 5 6 & </— 21 a 5 e— 21 c 6 a 
—22 a 6 f — 23 a 7 6—24 « 5 c— 25 a 6 6 & rf— 
26 a 7 c A rf— 28 a 6 A— 29 a 5 a— 30 a 7 4—1 
m 6 c 
of the Empress. 28 m 5 c 

Diplomatic News, 3 a 5 b — 7 a 3 c — 11 a 8 

A— 14 w 7 6—22 woe 

Duelling in, 4 a 5 6 

Elec'i.)ns. 27 m 5 c 

Exhibition Grounds, a Man Found Mur- 
dered in. 2 a 13 a 

Finnnces, \ a n h 

- - and Greece, 17 a 6 c 

Holy Week in. 12 a 6 6 

and Italy, 1 a 5 c— 14 a 5 c— 6 m 5 6—6 

J 5 e 

Legislative Proceedings, 4 a 5 a — 26 a 7 6 

— 14 w 7 A — 16 m 5 d — 29 m 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, 2a76— lOa 5i^— 12 

a 5 6 — 17 a 5 c— 30 a 7 6- 2 m 5 6—6 ih 5 6— 
SOiwD «— 6/5 rf— 17y5 6 

Naval ManoBuvres, 14^9 <?— 18 j 7 c— 28 

j 7 d—'dOj 5 e 

Orders C<mferred, 26 i 5 * 

Pokorny, the Socialist Agitator, Imprisoned, 

17a 5 « 

Postal Robbery, Trial of tha Thief, 12 ; 6 rf 

Public Procession of Corpus Christi, in 

Vienna, 14 / 9 r 
J^ed Cross Society of. Yearly Meeting, 29 

a 5 a 

Religious Ceremonies of Holy Week, 11 a 

36 

Review on the Plain of Rakos, 28 m 5 

Revolt in the Convict Prison of Garsten, 28 

a 7 e 

— • Rival Cattle Markets, 80 a 7 6 

and Roumania, 4a56— 19 a 7 c — 30 a 7 c 

—2 M 5 6—31 w 7 r 

Royal Sporting in, 2 a 7 6 

and Russia, 19 a 7 c— 16 m 5 ^ 

Sealed up Donation for some Charity in 

Vianaa, 25 a 5 6 

~— Sentence on Krai, the Tarter, for Conspi- 
racy, S a 5 d 

Sentences on Hugo Schenk and the other 

Two, Confirmed, 22 a 5 e 

Execution of Schenk and his Companion 

in Vienna. 23 a 7 6 

Service for Members of the Golden Fleece 

on Easter Sunday, 16 a 5 6 

Spirit Duly Quest i<in. Conference on, 26 a 

7 6 



Austria (continwJ), 

Statue of Deak, the Emperor Inspects, 24 

m 7 d 
Sultan's Present of Two Arab Horses, Ac. 

to the Crown Prince and Princess, 13 m 5 r 

and Switzerland. 17 a 6 r 

Szegedin, Monument to Commemorate the 

Imperial Visit to. Unveiled. 28 m o c 
Trial of the Murderers of the Policeman 

Hlubek. 28 m 5 r- 2i^ m Sl et 
Two Exhibitions Opened in Vienna — 

Oranthological and Fat Cattle Show, 5/7 6 

and Turkey, 22 a 5 b 

Unnatural Murders in, 18 / 7 e 

Vieuna Cattle Market, New Regulations, 8 

a 5 6—22 a 5 r— 23 a 7 h—bj 6 d 
Preparations to Receive the Emperor of 

Russia, 21 u 5 d 
Austria>Hungary— Anarchists in, 2 a 7 c— 4 a 

5c 
Acsdemical Senate of the Vienna Univer- 
sity, Sitting of, l(> m 5 d 
Austrian Embassy, 25 a 9 / 
AyUsbury Dairy Company, 28 ; 18 
Ayoub Khan, Government Resolves to Grant ao 

Allowance to, 1 1 a 3 i 

B. 

Badenoch TO. R.) on Woman Franchise, 31 m9d 
Bahamas. Mr. Blake the New Governor, 8 a 8 /* 
Baker (^Howard) Narrow Escape on Board the 

Hapwing, 20 ; 9 e 
(Sir Samuel) on Egypt, at Newton Abbot, 

20) 8 c 

in England, 13 w 11/ 

00 Gen. Gordon and Khartoum, 13 m 13 /" 

(Samuel White) on the Situation in Egypt^ 

Ua 6a 

- - Pasha's Reception in England, 13 m 9 a — 
13;9/-14;9rf 

Balfe (C. H.) on the Overland Route. 31 m 6 6 

Balfour of Burleigh (Lord) on the Medical Acts 
Amendment Bill, 12 a 5 /' 

Balloon Ascent from Bury St. Edmund's, 26 m 
\2e 

Sale of the ** Colonel " at King's Cross 

Station, 12} lOe— 14; IS f 

Bancroft (S. B.) on *' the Rivals " at the Hay- 
market, 6 /M 10 r 

Bangor, New Dean, 14 ; 9 c/ 

Bank (Uerks' Orphanage, First General Meeting, 
19 m 6<i 

BANKING : — 

Alliance, 6 w 1 1 6 

Anglo-Austrian, 1 m 11 6 

Anglo- Egyptian. 17 /a 13 6—27 mile 

— Atlantic *ti Brooklyn, Suspension of, 15 m 
5 a— 23 m 5 a— 24 m 7 6 

Bank of Adelaide, 6 m U 6 

of Africa. 6 m 11 6 

ol Henpil. 27 i 11 a 

of Btinihay, 19 / 11 a 

of British North America, 31 m 13 6—25 

jl\ e 

of Constantinople, 29 a U r 

of Kii^Und, Average Stock of Bullion 

held by. a<u 13 6 

9 



Bun 



PALMRK*S INDKZ TO ** THE TIMES *' MBHrSPAPfeR. 



[April I to 



Bftnlring (rontinued), 

Bank of EnKlnnd, Forged Notts on, in 

Paris, 9ee Frahge 
— ^ Imports and Exports of Precious Metals. 

see etich Weeli^ Rftum. unier Monbt Marrkt 
• Notes in Circulation, Relurna as given 



Wtekljf 
'- Weekly Returns, 4 a II A & rf-1 1 a 9 

a & « -18 tf II //-'id u 1 1 6—2 HI II a & 6—9 

m 11 hka-\{\m 11 6— 23 m 11 6-30 m II h 

A,d-$f n 6&e— 18; 11 6-20> 11 6 & c— l7 

; 116 
of France, Weekly Keturns, 4 o 11 6—11 

6 9 6— 18 a 11 6— 25 a 11 6— 2 m 11 6— 9 m 11 

6—16 m 11 6—24 m 13 6—30 m 1 1 6—6 j 11 6 

—13; II 6-20; II 6—27) 11 6 

of Montreal. 28 a 1 1 a 

of New South Wales, 30 « 13 6—1 m 11 

6-11; II a 

of New Zealand, 29 a 1 1 c— 7 j 18 « 

of Houmania. 22 m II a 

of South Australia. 2 « 13 e— 19 a 18 

of Spain, 8 a 6 c— 13 m 11 a 

Bankers Clearing House, in each Week*a 

paper after Bttnk 0/ England 

Statistics of the Past Year, 2 m 1 1 a 

British Linen Company Bank, 17 ; 11 6 

Chartered of India, Australia and China, 4 

c 11 6 
Mercantile of India, London and China, 

la 11 a— 14g 11 «- 16 a 11 r— 17 a 11 s 
C heque Bank, 10 ; 11 c— 26 j \\ 

— City Exchange Bank, Laporu, Indlani, 
Suspension of, 20 m 5 h 

Colonial, 20 ; 1 1 « 

Commercial of Alexandria, 22 a 1 1 -27 

> 11 e 

of Scotland, U ; 11 a 

• of South Australia, 17 7 116 



Comparison of the Position of the Bank of 

England with Consols and French Rentes, ms 
ujter Bttuk 0/ Englandf in earh week't paper 

Delhi and London, 10 a 1 1 c 

Deutsche, Berlin, 5 d 13 c 

Discount and Exchange Bank at Pesth, 4 a 

6a 

Engliohof Rio de Janeiro, 7 m 13 6 — 9 m 1 1 6 

ot the Kiver Plate, 27 in 1 1 a 

German Colonial, 19 m 8 a 

Hot Springs National of Arkansas, Arrest 

of the President, 30 m 5 e 

Suspension of, 29 m 5 o 

Imperial Otioman, 23 ;' 13 a— 26 /lie 

Ionian. 30 a 13 a— 8 wile 

Jamet}*8 Bank, Atlanta, Suspension of, 17 

m 7 a 

Lloyds, Bametts and Bosanquets Bank, 

Opening of, under the New Style. 8 a 1 1 6 

London Chartered of Australia, 13 m 116 

— 24 w 13 <r 

and Hanseatic. 27 » 1 1 a 

of Mexico and South America. 3 a 1 1 a 

— >>— Pans and American, 12 m ['6 c 
and Hiver Piute. 28 w 11 6 

and San Francisco. 31 m 13 r/ 

- MHHchester and Oldham. Failure of, 11 a *J 
u — 1 1 a I i (i 



Banking (^cantmved). 

Marine National Bank of New York, Arrest 

of the President. 27 m 5 e 

Suspension of . 7 « 7 «— 3 m B • 4 rf— 9 m 

5 d— 10 m 7 6—12 m 7 e—U mie 

MlddletonV Washington, Suapemkio of, 3 

; 3 » 

Nationsl of Australasia. 7 m ^8 6 

of Commerce at CleTelaud. Arrest ot the 

Cashier, 18 9 5 6 

of HoUpringi, Suspension of , 28 « 5 rf 

of India, 23 a 13 c— 23 t 18 c 

of Italy, Sail 6—16 a 11 6— 23 a 18 d 

-8 m 13 6-14 M 18 6-24 m 13 6—4; 11 6— 

18/11 a-24| 11* 

of New York. 9 « 5 « 

ProTlncial of England, 9 « 11 6—10 m 



ISe 

New South Wales. 28 a 13 a 

York Associated Banks, Beturn of, 19 m 

18 a 
Basolution of the New York Clearing 

House to Uphold. 15 m 5 a 

One Pound Notes. Note on, 29 a 10/ 

OrienUl 4 o 11 6—5 a 18 a— 11 a 9 a— 18 

a 11 6—22 a 11 6—25 a 11 c— 30 a 13 6 
Suspend Payment, 8 m 13 a— 5 m 7 d- 5 

M 13 a— 6 m 11 6—7 m 13 6—8 m 12 6—9 m 5 

if-10 M 13 <r— 14 m 13 6—30 m U 6—31 m 13 

6— 3;9o— 6; 11 d 
Penn Bank at Pittohurg, 23 m 5 d A «— 29 

m 5 a — 2 j 5 e 
— Planters and Mechanics Bank, Petersburg. 

Virginia, Suspension of, 20 m 5 6 
PriTdte and Joint Stock Banks. Circulation 

Returns, 30 a 13 d~ 19 m 13 6—81 m 13 6 
Royal of Scotland. 4/11 a 

Scotch and Iri«h Banks^ Circulation Re- 
turns. 30 a 13 6—19 M 18 6—81 m 13 6 

Amount of Sped* held by, 80 d 13 6 

Serrian National, 6 m 5 « 

Simla, 9 m 11 6 

Sundard of South Africa, 10 a 11 d— 28 

il8a 

- UncoTenanted Service Bank, 7 « 18 6 

Union of Quincy, Suspension of, 16 « 6 of 

of ScotUnd, 22 a 11 d 

Wall Street, National of New York. Three 

Officers of. held to Bail for Violation of Bank- 
ing Law, 29 Ml 5 a 

West Lancaahire, 23 / 13 c 

BANX&UFTOIES :— 

Abbott, Benj., 23 a 6 e 

W. J.. 14; 12e 

Abell, G. M., 23 a 6 e 

Ackroyd, Joss, 10 / 6 /* 

Adam, Hugh, 8 m 12 «— 10 m 6 J 

Adkins, James. 3 m 12 c 

Ainsley J. F., 28 / 6 /" 

Ainslie, Geo., 5 a 6 « 

Allan, R and M., 5 «r 6 e 

R.. 23 a 6 «— 21 ; 7/ 

W.. 19 If 6 c 

and Simpson, 30 a 12 e 

Allen. John. 3 m Pis 

R. H,r6m 12e-7 w6d 

W. 2& utie 



June 30, 1884.] 



PALIfER*8 I!fDF.X TO " TIIK TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



Ban 



Bankxuptdes {continued), 

Allen, Vfm,, » m 12 «^\7 mad 

Amos, Henry. 7 m 6 o 

Anderson, A. F., 9 o 11 / 

B. F., 10 i« 6 / 

Q. L.,9a M / 

& Co., 21 flf 

Andrews. A. E. D., 25 ; 8 6 

Kate, 28 1 10 c 

Anscombe, J. A.. 23 « 6 < 

Aroiitage, G«?o.. 9 « 1 1 y 

Aimstrong, Rnima. 10 w 6 e 

Astmp, W. K.. 26 a 10 <: 

— Atberton, John, 28 a 6 c 

Atkinson. E. F.. iO «i 6 /* 

Baddeley, Geo., 24 m 6 « 

Bailej, F. H., 18/6 / 

Baker, Chas., 80 a 12 « 

Balaam, Wm., 18 ; 6 /^ 

Bsle, Wm., 2 a 6 a 

Ball, Alfred and James, 9 a 11/ 

Arthur, i ; 1 1 < 

Ballantine, P., 14 m 6 c/ 

Banks, Robt., 19 a t e 

Bamden, G. J., 10 m 6 s 

— Bamesley, Wm., 28 / 6 / 
Baraett, A. M., 12 <i 1 1 a 

— Barney, Tom 16 a .'i /* 

Barr, A^7j6d 

B. 8., 16 « 8/ 

Barrah. R. I.. 12 a 11 k 

Barras. Harriett, 16^3/ 

Barrett, Francis, 19 a 5 e 

Barrett, J. T.. 21 m 5 J 

James, 7 m 6 a 

Barron, D. M., II /4 s 

Barry, J. H., 8 m 12 « 

Bates, W. R. G., 2 a 6 /» 

*— Baxter, James, 81 m 10 a 

Baynes, Rich.. 14 m 6 o 

Bear, Wm., 10 n 6 e 

Beard, Geo., 9 a 1 1 / 

Beckett. Wm.. 28 m 4 « 

Bedford, Thos., 1 1 ; 4 e 

Beedham, B. H.. 19 a 5 c 

-i^— Beesley, James, 30 a \2 e 

Bell, E. M.. 14 m 6 </ 

H. M., 6 a 6 « 

Bennett, T. A. Y., 30 a 12 s 

Bernstein, Moses, 25 ; 8 6 

— — Berry, Geo., 81 m 10 « 
— — Beran, Rich., 9 a 1 1 / 

Bibby, Thos., 14 / 12 r 

Bickett, J.. 21 ; 7 / 

Bingham. Walter, 12 <i 11 b 

— Binnie, Wm., 6 o 6 e 
Bians. W. .f., 11 ; 4 « 

— BirkH and Turner, 21 ; 7 / 

Bishop, F. W„ 10 m 6/ 

Black, D. P., 18 ; 6y 

Blackburn, 8. W., 19 « 5 e 

Wm.. 2 a 6 a 

Blaair L. A..21 ;7/ 

Blake. E. and J.. 21 ; 7/ 

~ " lall/ 



and Tomkys, 9 ^ 



Blaker, Benj., 26 ; 8 6 

Bode, Mary, 28 / 6 / 



Bankruptcies {ronttnuedX 

Bones. R. J., 14 ; 12 o 

Botibol. Solomon, 16 a 8/ 

Bowen, James, 23 a 6 < 

T. W., 24 m 5 < 

Boyes. Ri)bt.. 28 «m 4 c 

Braiiley Thos., 2 o 6 n 

- Bragg. Herbert, ' 4 wi 6 r 

— Bnns snd Hardill. 17 w 6 </ 

Bratby, U. S., 7 ; 6 c^ 

BridKe, S.. jun.. 25 » 8 6 

Brigt n. John, 9 « 1 1 / 

Brine. C. B.. 1 7 m 6 (/ 

Brugden. Geo., 81 m 10 a 

Brown. J. M., 80 « 1 2 «— 8 m 12 e 

James. 80 « 12 e 

Browning. F. I)., 21 ; 7 /" 

Brydone. W. lU 17 w 6 rf 

Buckley, Isaac. 21 } 7 /' 

Buchanan. A. G., 14 w 6 </ 

Burgess. W., 24 m 5 / 

Burns ft Co., 11 7 4c 

Burrell, Robt.. 8 w 12 «— 7 w 6 a 

Burton. Stephen, 19 o 5 r 

Butterfield, I haw.. 14/ 12 c 

Butters, A.. 7 ; 6 rf 

Bye. GfH).. II iA e 

Caeser, Than.. 21 ; ? /" 

Cairns. A. I).. I4w6«^ 

Candow, W. J., 26 a 10 c 

Capes. R. F.. 17 «i 6 d 

Card. Thos.. 30 « 12 c 

— Cardew, G. D.. 9 a 1 1 e 

Carter, Henry. 6 <t 6 « 

Case, Henry, 9 a 1 1 /' 

Cashniore, W. W., 3 m 12 c 

Challis, David, 31 m 10 i 

Chandler. Wm., 80 a 12 c 

Chappell, T. D.. 12 a 1 1 6 

Charles. Lewis, 2 1 m 5 / 

Charlton, Geo.. 8 m 12 c— 24 m 5 

Cheetham, Arthur. 24 « 6 < 

Chenery. Anna. 4 m k\ r 

Cheshir. Wm., 23 a (> e 

Chesterton and Cresswoll, 1 4 7 1 2 « 

Chitty and Termouth. 'dm 12 c 

C hittenden, Wm., 17 /// 6 d 

Churchley, Job. \9 a 5 c 

Clspham. Regina'd. 31 m 10 a 

CUrk. J.T.,28m4c 

— : — > James, 24 m 5 « 
John, 31 m 10 A 

Wm., 7 OT 6 a 

Clarke. C. F., 6 a 6 « 

F. M., 80al2« 

Rich., 80 rt 12 c 

Robt., IH / 6 /■ 

— Clazton. Alfrod. 18 m 4 « 

Cleariii. J. H„ i'4 w .> « 

Cliff. James. 28 ; 6 / 

Clifford. J. C, 28 / 6 / 

Coe, F. W.. 28 a 6 c 

rolcniRii. Henry. 25 ; 8 & 

- \ "u1lj»r I. BenJ., 14 ; 6 c 

College. J. C. 14 III 6 c 

Collier. W. P.. 21 w 6 /" 

Collins. John, 18> 6 / 



11 



Bin 



PALMKk'8 index T() ^< THK TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[AprU 1 to 



Banliraptcies (rontintted^, 
Collision, Walter. 18i 6 /" 

- Conway, H. J.. 80 a 12 « 

Cooke, Harry. 28 o 6 e 

Herbert. 8 m 12 « 

- Cooper, John, Jan.. 21 m 5 /" 
Wm., Ili4« 

Cornwell, James, 4 ; 1 1 « 

CouU. E. 8., 26 a \0c 

Cowan, Jane. 2 a 6 a 

Cowie, W. L.. 80 o 12 « 

Cowley, H. A., 81 w 10 a 

Cowling. Geo., 2 a 6 a 

Cox. Arthur. 80 a 12 c 

Ebenezer. 8 im 1 2 e 

of Rushton. 8 m 12 « 

John. 12 a II 6 

Craig. J., 21 m 5 /•—81 m 10 6 

Crawford and Sons, 9 a 1 1 / 

Crisp, Alfred. 81 m 10 a 

Croft, Th08., 28 a 6 « 

Crook, Robt.. 81 m 10 a 

Cropper. 5 a 6e 

Cubby, John, Sail/ 

Cushion, J, C, 8 m 12 < 

Cutler, Henry. 80 a 12 « 

Dale, A.. 18 ; 6/ 

Dalgety, John, 1 1 f 4 « 

Dalgliah. G. D. W., 10 m C e 

Daniel. J.. 4 ; 11 « 

Daniels, N. F., 24 m 5 c 

- Darby. Wm., 8 m 12 e— 17 m6d 
Dare, Isaac, 26 a 10 c 

Dark, David. 2 a 6 « 

Darling, H. P., 7 w 6 a 

Daubney, £. S., 10 m 6/ 

Davey, W. H., 14 m 6 c 

Darica, Benj., 18 t 6/ 

J. G.. 26 ; 8 6 

Tbos., 24 m 5 c 

^~ Davis, David, i a 6 e 

G. H., ll>4« 

■ Jamei, 25 i 8 b 

Davy, Joseph, 7 m 6 « 

Dawkins, E. A., 12 o 1) » 

.— Dawson, John, \7 m^d 

Dearden, R. H., 12 a 1 i & 

Dt^ighton. J. E., 80 a 12 « 

Dell. Chas.. 2 n 6 « 

Deinpsey, W. P., 21 m 5 / 

— - Denman, Arthur. 28 m 4 e 

- Deveria, Paul, 1 4 m 6 r 
Dibb. Rich., 24 >» 6 « 

Dickenson. G. C, 7 m 6 c 

Dickie, J. K., 7>6c/ 

Dixon, W. H., 8 m 12« 

and Wilson, 8 m 12 0—1 1 mSd 

Dobbie, J., 21 m 5 /* 

- Dods worth, Martin, 2 o 6 a 

Donaldson, Robt., 81 m 10 ^ 

Dow, John, Sail/ 

- Drunimond, G. D., 1 7 m 6 if 

Duckworth. J. E., 10 m 6 /" 

Dunlop and Twaddell, 7i 6 d 

Duret, Emmanuel, 80 a 12 « 

Kachus, J. r.. 4 I 1 1 e 

Earle, W. J., 28 m 4 e 

12 



BukkraptoieB {continued), 

Eatson. Wm., 2 a 6 a 

Eccleston, Joseph, 14 ; 12 e 

Edwards, G. H., 5 c 6 e 

Elias, Simon, 12 a 11 t 

— EUicott, Chas,, 8 m 12 «— 24 m 5 a 

Elliot. Henry, 28^ 6 f 

Thos.. 21 ) If 

Elliott, Henry, 21 m 5 / 

Elms, P. L., Uy 12 t 

Endacott, J. E., 7 m 6 a 

EngeL Leo, 17 m 6 </ 

Engels. Christian. 18 ; 6/ 

England, Chas , 2 a 6 u 

English, J. and S., 9 a liy 

Eskrett and Searle, 25 f 8 A 

EsM^n, H., 12 a 11 6 

Evans. David, 12 a 11 A— 14 m 6 c 

Griffith, 12 a 11 6 

Morgan, 25 / 8 6 

Thos., 7 HI 6 a 

Eynon, David, 7 m 6 a 

Eyre. Geo., Ijtd 

Farrall, J. G., 18j «/ 

Fawkes, Isaac, 2 o 6 a 

Featherston, C. F.. 9 a U / 

Fenwick, V, J., 21 j 7 / 

Field. Harry, 7 m 6 « 

FicMsend. J. K., 12 a 1 1 6 

Kicg. Wra., 9« 11 /* 

Finn. A. H.. l4H2r 

Jirth.Geo., 11 M« 

Fi«her, CUas.. 25 / 8 A 

I. and J. W., 4M1 « 

Fluke Geo.. 7 « 6 a 

Ford and Dover. 7 m 6 « 

Fortune, Samuel, 7 ; ti c/ 

Foster, Alfred, 9 a 1 1 y 

J. W., 4j He 

Jamea. 28 m 4 c 

Francis, E. A., lO m 6e 

Evan, 21 ;7 / 

Thos.. 21; 7/" 

Francuer. T. L.. 19 a 5 »• 

Franklin. J. S„ 12 a 11 6 

Frasor. D., 21 ; 7y 

W.. 5 tt 6 e 



French. W ra., 30 o 12 e 

Frost, Chas.. 2 a 6 a 

Galliers. G. T.. 2 a <J m 

Galpin. Parmenas, 21 w 5/ 

Gamble, J. T., 19 « 5 r 

Garlick, John, 26 a 10 r- 

Garth. Joshua. 18 ; 6 / 

Gah. Thos.. 4? 11 t 

George. Joseph, 9 a I ' / 

Gibson. A., 19 o 5 r 

(\ E. T., 25; 8 6 

Gilbert. Wm., 30 o 12 « 

Gillah, R. Q.. 81mieA 

Gillnrd, W. B.. 28 n 6 « 

Gilleland, Wm., 30 a 12 « 

Godfrey. T. B., 6 .« 6 c 

Goffe, Chas.. 11/4 t 

Goose. Wm., 18 ; 6 / 

Gotgetreu, C. G., 1 1 y 4 e 

Gould, G. D., 1 1 j 4 « 



June 80, 1S84.J 



PAUHSlt'fl IMDBX rO " TltV TIMICS '' NIEWSPAPIfiR. 



Ban 



BftnkmpteieB (continned^. 

' Gowenlock, Marj, 24 m S e 

Graddon, Jamea, 3 m 12 c— 17 m ^ J 

Graham. Chas., 24 m 5 € 

Grant, J., 30 a 12 « 

Grearea, James, 18 > 6/ 

Stogdale, SaSd 

Tho8^ 24 m 5 < 

Green, Leeson. 14 m 8 / 

Monis, 19 a 6 c 

Greenlees, J., 21 m 5 /* 

Greenttreet, W. H., 24 m 5 « 

Greig, P. M.. 3 m 12/ 

T. G.. 11 J 4 « 

GrierMn, J., jun., 17 m 6 if 

GrifBta, Thos., 9 • 11/ 

Grill8,G. H,, 25/8* 

— » Grimes, John, 28 m 4 c 

Grimshaw, Wm., 2 a 6 a 

Gunning, C. S.. 28 j Sf 

Haddan, C. S., 2 a 6 a 

HaU. Benj., 24 m 5 e 

Wm., 21m6/ 

Hamilton, J., 23 a 6 e 

Hanburj, F. B., 4 ; 1 1 e 

HanU, A. J.. 30 a 12 e 

Hare. FranciR, \9 n fi c 

Harley, B. J.. 14 w. 6 r 

llHrrirt, James, 24 « 5« 

Julin, 24 m 5 c 

VV. J., 4; II e 

HariUon. H. I).. II ;4« 

'rhos., 3/11 1 2 « 

Hart. E. W., 23 a Ct e 

Hartley. Wm., 30 w i:.' « 

Harvey, John, 12 « II 6 

Hastings. W. H.. 2G n M) c 

Ilawes. Wm., 6 o <> < 

Hawkms. Geo., 12 n II b 

H. K., 12 a II h 

Hay ton, Thos., 5 « « « 

Hay ward. Win.. I« ; « / 

Healdon. W. H. 21 /// :. e 

Heap K. K, 'Mi »i \'J ^ 

- Ileathcote and Whiio. -t» // \y) c 

Hwlgelund. W. \I.. '\ .i r 

Hele, W. H.. :i//« 12 i- 

Hemmi*n<», Kob.. 17 nt <» •/ 

Hcmpsted, G. Jiml N.. t7 '.* W d 

Hendernju, llidlcy. \l n il « 

Hendriks. Alt'ic-*!. 24 m .'» »• 

llend y, Asinii*, .^ /« i«» '* 

Ferguson it ( 'u.. I) »< II /' 

J., 23 a 6 «• 

Herbert, Walter, 7 m (J ./ 

Heselgrave, ('. i'., 14 / 12 c 

Hewiit, Jane, 10 »« tt c 

Hewtson, A. E., 23 a i\ f 

Hickman. S. K., 5 ti I) c 

Higgins, Wm., 31 m lo/i 

Higgs, Tlios., 3 .// 12 « 

Higham, T. U., 25 / 8 // 

HiKoock. John, 14 w 6 c 

Mix -ion. ('. J., 2;"! /p; t* 

Hod«e, John, 2H ; « / 

Hogg. Fld«.. 17 Ml 6 d 

hulluuay, Ihos., 2i //< i/ 



Bankraptcies (routinued), 

Holness, John. \i m % c 

HimkI, James, '^3 a 6 s 

Hook, E'lir., 14 « 6 c 

Hooper, Thos.. 14 / 12 « 

HorsfeU, Ben, 14 ; 12 c 

Hojiie, A., 2 a 6 a 

Hourard. Wm.. jun.. 26 a 10 < 

Howorth. John. 2$ n H e 

Howe, Samuel, 9 a 1 1 / 

Hudson, John, 25 ; d * 

Wm., 9« 11 /• 

Hughes, Edw., 7 m G <i 

Kick., 21 ;7 / 

Hunter, Elia., 21 / 7 /* 

J„26o 10 c 

R,, 18; 6/ 

Samuel, 21 w 5 f 

Huntley. J. S,. 24 w 5 e 

and Bemer. h a 6 e 

- Husted and Sutton. 21 ; 7 / 

- Hutchin^'on. David and Alex., 30 a 12 e 
Hyarason, Samuel. II ; 4 < 

- Hyman, Isaiah, 4 ; 1 1 « 
lies, H. W, 31 m 10 « 

Iliff, Rich., 14 m « r 

Ingle, J. W.. I7m6rf 

Iniies. H. E., 24 . 5 e 

Irving. A.. I4m6rf 

Jackstm. J. 1)., 7 w 6 a 

J. and W., 2 a 6 ri 

J:i(robs, Marcus, 14 w 6 r 

J nines, Benj., 10 w 6« 

Henry, lb a 3 / 

Samuel, 3 m 12 e 

of Troedyrhiw, 3 m 12 « 

Jardine. J., 25 j 6 b 

Jarvis. Adams, 23 n 6« 

Jefferys. J. C\ W.. 24 m 5 e 

Junkins. Josiah. 1(> u 3 /' 

Samuel, 2 w H « 

W.J., 28 w 4 e 



Jennings, W. and (r. H., 14/12 e 
Jespon. Robt., o a Ct e 
J«.hns. Thos.. 21 / 7 /' 
Johni*on. A. R., 3 m 12 s 

— Krancis. 14 m «> c 

— Uobi.. io iM G / 

-- \V. G., jun., a 'I II / 

— W. S., 4 / 1 1 c 



.Johnston, Wm., 10 m ('» e 

Ji.iK'8. A. R.. 3/« 12 4? 

I )aniel, 28 m 4 *• 

Kdw., 3 in 12 *•— 7 m 6 a 

Ildw.. of Toiqiia\ , 3 m 12 e 

Joseph. IH ti ,5 / 

Rich.. 23 a He' 

- Wm., 23 a 6 « 

Jovvett, Sarah, 28 m 4 « 

Judge, Urban, 14 m 6 c 

K:iye, J. E., 2t» a 10 f 

KfiitfS, G. A., 7 w 6 <i 

KfiMior, Rinh., 28 m 4 e 

— Ki' It. .Joseph. \7 ihG d 

Keuwii-Boyd. Rich., 25 y 8 6 

Ke rid^te. ^yhadrach, 4^ 11 e 

Kibblu, (J. \V., l0/« 6« 



Bfh 



PALllKB'g I5DEX To " tlE TrMKS " KK\r8PArEK. 



[April 1 t-» 



Banh ruptdes ( ront in ued)» 

King. Kicli.. 14 m 8 c 

Kiones. J., 10 m 6/ 

^— Kirby. James, 28 w 4 c 

W. h\ 18 ^ 6 / 

Kirk wood and Adam, 18 ; 6 / 

& <'o.. 19 a 6c 

Kitching. S. W. 14 m 6 r 

Knight. E. M.. 31 m 10 a 

Knox. R.. jun.. \7 m 6d 

I^mbert, Joteph. 28 j «y 

Land, Kttfua, 17 w 6 rf 

^ — Lane. Thoi.. 10 m f> e 
Langlej, John, 19 a 6 ** 

Latenlere. Jean, 80 a 12 e 

- — Latham. John, 14 m 6 r 

Lavender, T. W.. 18.; 6/ 

— — Law, Samuel, 24 m 6 e 

Lawes, C. B., 10 m 6 e 

Laj. J. L.. 8 m 12 «-^ai m }0 n 

Lee, John, 26 n 18 r -8 m 12 « 

and Cartwright. 14/w 6 d 

Leech, Arthur. 6 a ^ e 

Legge, M. C, 23 n 6 e 

Leith, A., 5 a 6 e 

Levitt. Chas., 25 ; « 6 

L% vy. Barnard, 24 m 5 e 

Lewii, C. T., 4 ; U « 

• Harris. 24 m 5 « 

' John, a iu 12 e 

- Stephen. I2u 11 h 
' Wni.. lOmfi /• 

- LiKlilbody. T.. 24 m 'i / 
^— I inHmiy, \T. M., 10 ni r, « 
- — 1-ing. VVm.. 26 / rt 6 

Linton, J. P., 21 ut o f 

' Lithuow J. 9^ 11/ 

LL'Wclh n. Alfml. 16 « 8 / 

Lloyd. Joneji. C. L. L., 12 a 11 h 

— - Lotk .Miliii. 21 m .'» / 

^— Li»gun. J. A.. 14 Ml G d 
fohn. 2 <i 6 a 



Longfeittff. (Jeo.. 10 in 6 ^ 

Lovatt, Egan and Van McetiTen, \t tn C d 

Lowe, J. W.. 8 « 12 «-10 w ti / 

Lumley. J . E.. 1 1 ; 4 e 

Luttnian, Kdw., 10 w 6 /* 

Lyons. Joseph. 14/12 c 

MaCdiHiHld, J., 25^8 h 

H.. 7 /« a— 24 »« 5 /" 

' MacgHff, h\ W., 7 w a 

K. T.. 28M4e 

• Machell Leonard. 14/12 r 

• Macindoe. J. S . \\) o o r 

Macintyre. A., jun.. 21 ; 7 / 

Mackie. A., 25 / 8 ^ 

■ Mair. J., 28?6/ 

Manning, Fred., 28 « 8 « 

John, 28 a 10 (* 

Marner, W. O., 7 m G <i 

Man me, W., 31 m 10 * 

Marrisnn, E. J.. 18 / « /'—.'$ I mi 10 a 

Mnrhden. UiAn. H» »« <i / 

Mar«hHU. Absalom, 12 u 11 h 

C. H., 4 M I e 

Marsters Saddleton. 21 m o / 

Mason, J. O., 21 m hj 

U 



Bankruptcies { ronttnved). 

, Mnston. Jam^s. 3 m 12 «— 10 m 6 / 

Mathenon. tt. M. C. 3(» a 12 e 

Mawson, J. Y.. 9 a 6r 

Mavhe<r. Irenseus, 14 m S tf 

Mc\lliJin & Co., 14 « 6 1/ 

MCaskie, A.,2a 8a 

.MDon-ild. Geo.. 25 j 8 k 

W.. 5 a « « 

M'Kwan. Oliver, 19 a 6 e 

MLnrty.F. M.. 2a6a 

M'Neii, David, 28/ « f 

Qnilton, Wm.. 18/8/ 

Meadmore, H. C, 24 m 5 e 

Mearbeck, John. 10m 6/ 

Meiklejohn, J. 19 a 6 e 

Metcalfe, Thos., 21 w 5 /" 

MichelMon. Edtr.. 26 a 1<» r 

Milbonie. Wm.. 21 m 5./ 

-^>- Miies, James. 17 mi 8 ^ 

Miller. Henrv, 2«* i 6/ 

J.S.. 7i6d 

Mills. Edw., 16 a 3/ 

Jsmes. 2<i /r 10 •? 

Thos., jnn.. 12 a 11 h 

Millson b'nti.. 23fi«« 

Milne W. .'» n 8 « 

Mitchell O. J., 17w 6 «/ 

^— Kho'len. 2 « 6 a 

Monks. John, 2i m R f 

Moon, Henry. 19 »« 6 *• 

Aloore. Jo^e] h 3 w 12 ^ 

H. W., .SOa 12 f 

J no., 23 u 6 e 

\V„i.. 17 M6r/ 

Moraitini, N. A.. 1 j^'td 

More wood. Joseph, 30 /» 12 a 

Morgan. David, 30 a \'ie 

Morris. J T. U.. 3 « 12 r 

nf AtterdifiFi*. '6 m \2 f 

John. IS t H h 

Maw-r. VV. K. 2r. ;« h 

Ju^eph, 24 iH 5 « 

Munday. James. 23 a 6 « 

Murdoch, M., 12 a 11 k 

Murgatroyd. Mary. 4^11 e 

Mimkt'tt G. J.. 31 m 10 6 

Nsi^h. F. J.. 3 m 12 e— 31 m in « 

Nathan, H. Y.. 28 ; 6 / 

Joseph. 3 la 12 ^ 

Needham. Thos.. l4 « 8 i/ 

Neil, Kohl. 25 ; 8 6 

Nelson, W. J., 11 y4 « 

Newi'll Francis. 31 m 10 a 

Nirhf>IU, Geo., 31 m 10 A 

Nicolls, ('has., 28 i 6 /* 

Nowles. VVm.. 2 a 6 « 

Nu.Ms. Wm.. 17 w6rf 

Nutt.ill. Samuel 3 m 12 <'-7 m n n 

tiaki', Kicli., 3/w 12 c 

Oakley, Chas.. 21 ; 7/ 

Ogilvy. J.. 19 « 5 r 

O'Hanlon. Mirlirt»l 7w fi a 

O'Mailt.). M. J.. 9 a II / 

Orwin. h. F., 17 ai G H 

OviM «; K'.. 26 a li» r 

\jxfo.d, \Jhas., 3 m 12 e— 21 m 5 / 



.Tune 30, 1884.] 



PALMER 8 INDEX TO *' file TIMES ' NEWSPAPER. 



Ban 



6Ankraptci98 (r#n/tntre</). 

Oxlee. J. A. 0.,9« 11 / 

Padniore. U. A., h a S'e 

I'H^e. Wm., 9 a II / 

Palmer, Geo., 7/6 4/ 

Mary, Hm^ d 

Parker. Henry, \4 m S d 

Parkin. Th«i«., 11 ; 4« 

Parkins, 'i hut. 24 m 5 « 

Fuater. 14 > 12 r 

Parr. G. a..d W., 3 m 12 a— 28 m 4 a 

Parry. Robt.. 23 o 6 a 

Parsons. J. Q., 10 ai 6 a 

PaasiiKhara, John, 21/7 / 

PHtei>on, Robb 4 Co., 23 a 6 « 

Patun. Geo.. 9 a \\ J 

PMyne. N. C. 1 1 ; 4 a 

Peacttck. Thoa., 7 ; 6 rf 

Pfttrce, Uarrj, 21 / 7 / 

Perkina. John, 18 / 6 / 

Samuel 18 / 6 / 

Perki. W. G.. 16 a S / 

Petera, Isaac. 21 m 5 / 

Phelps, W. H. G.. 12 a 11 A 

Phillips. Geo.. 2 a « a 

Pick. Geo.. 30 a 12 a 

Picklaa, Uenrr, 11 f 4 a 

Pickup. J. and J. H., 14 i\2o 

Plimmer, Thoa., 31 m 10 4 

Plummer, Thos., 24 m 6 a 

Porter. Jamea, 7 ? 6 rf 

Potchett. C. C. 28 y 6y 

Powell, John, 2 a 6a 

PowiiaJl, Hannah. 5 a 6 a 

Poxou, Geo.. 14 m 6 ef 

Pratiey. Arthur, 8 m 12 a 

Preece, Wm., 26 a 10 a 

Preat Rich.. 14 i 12 e 

Prea'oo, Thoa., 25 ; 8 A 

Prieat, U. S. 31 m 10 a 

Prince, Paul. 1 1 y 4 a 

Pritchard, Jehu, 25 ; 8 fc 

Pruffitt. Geo., 21 m 6 / 

Pugh, W. H., 26i 8i 

Queenan, Jamea, 14 912 o 

Ouibell, JaQ)es, 2 a ff a 

Ramsdao. Wm^ 14> 12 c 

RaVMHi, E. T., 23 a 6 a 

Ueitdtr, D. W., 6 a 6 a 

-^^ Roere, Wm.. 24 ii 6 a 

Keea, Darid, 6 a « a 

Rtid, Alex., aen. and jun. and Thos., 2 a 6 a 

- Keuninaon, J. F., 7/ 6 li 

}\en»hMw. Jamea, 17 m6 d 

':.i<>ad. Henry, 2 ^6 a 

^ Kicharda, J. and H., \7 m B d 

John, 21 Mi f 

L. A.. 3ai 12 a 

i:ichardson, John., 23 a 6 a 

- - Ju.neph, 2 a 6 a 

Dickinson. John, 7 m 6 a 

Kiddeottgl). Bobt., 26 a It e 

'aley.J, H„2l7 7 f 

'(ingiosa, Benj., 14 si 6 4 

HiTett. Wm„ 81 ai 10a 

Roberta, D., 7 ai 6 a 

-.^- VVjm80aU# 



Banklnptciea {continued), 

Rubinson, Geo., 12 a 11 b 

H. W., 12 a 116 

J. M.. 10 m 6/ 

James, 28/6 f 

Thos.. 30 a 12 a 

Rogers. J. F.. 26/ 8 h 

-^ Robt.. 21 ; 7 /• 

Itollinsun. T. and W., 1 1 / 4 a 

Rosier, i£dw.. 28 a 4 a 

Rose, H. W., 18 ; 6/ 

T. E.. 8 m 12 a 

Rowbolham. John, 12 a II 4 

Rowbottom. John. 12 a W h 

Rowley, James, jun., 14 m 6 i 

Russell. Edwin, 12 a U 6 

' F. J., 18 J 6 A" 

Rutherford, R., 6 a 6 a 

Ryan, Wm., 2 a 6 a 

' Rymer. Henry. 2 a 6 a 

Sauiaon. G.. 26/ 8 6 

Fred., 31 m 10 a 

Sargent, Zwingll, 8 m 12 a— 21 vi 5/ 

Saunders. E. J., 14 m 6 ^ 

Sarory, Henry, 7 ; 6 </ 

Sawyer, E. S., 9 a 1 1 / 

Scalea, Joseph, 10 ai 6 a 

Scarborough, B. B., 21 / 7 J 

Scott, J., 19 a 6 e 

J. G., 5 a6a 

& Co., 6 a 6 a 

Seefleid. H. J., 18; 6/ 

Senior, J. and S., 10 it 6 a 

Shacklady, W. B., 16 « 8 ^ 

Shand. W. F.I816/ 

b^hNrdlow, Michael, 24m 5 a 

Sharp. J., 24 m 8/ 

J. C, 6 a 6e 

Shelley, Henry, 10 a 6/ 

Shelton. F. T., 5 a 6 a 

Shepherd. Sarah, 26 a 10 

Timothy. 31 m 18 4 

Sherman, Wm., 21 / 7/ 

Shielda, P.,4/lla 

Shdlabeer, W. J., 28>6 / 

Siddal. Geo., 7> 6 rf 

Simister, Thos.. 81 m 10 6 

bimmona. B. M., 10 m 6 a 

Singleton and Tatterahall. 12 a H b 

Slay maker, Thos., 10 m 6 a 

Smaile. Joha, 7 j'^d 

Smith, Chas,. tbif^ k 

Gao., 12 a U b 

* H. M„ 19 a 8a 

-~^ J. W.. 16 a 8 / 

■ ■ John, 2 a 6 a 

Jeseph, 9 a 11/ 

S. £.. 26 / 8 6 

W. E^ 10 ai 6 a 

Smithard, H. and B.« 14 ai 6 ^ 

^-^ Smitheram, John, 9 a 1 1 y 
^-- Smy thy J., 2 a 6 a 

■■ Zachariah. 7 m 6 a 

SMres, A. J,, 10 at 6 a 

-«'— Solomon, Edw., 2 a 6 a- 
8o»tar, W., 28 • 8 f 



Ban 



PAL1»B*8 INOKZ TO " TEE Tf MM •* NEW8PAPIB. 



[April i to 



BankniptdM (rontinuiedX 

Suuttep. C. J., 7 m' e • 

Speiirht. G. C^ 12 • 11 k 

Speimar. I. G., 2i a 10 e 

SpeliD»n. I. G^ 80 a 12 « 

Stamp. J. and W., 10 m 6-e 

Stansfield, Wm^ 24 m 5 « 

Stanway, Ridi , 28 / ft/ 

Starkey, Q. H., 16 a 8 / 

Stoller, John, Jmtn' 

Stead, G. H..4/il# 

Steel. A.. 16a8/ 

Stephenson. James. 21/7/ 

SteTenson. J.. 28 y 6/ 

Stimpson, John, 24 m 5 s 

Stocks, Alfred, 28 i 6 / 

Stoker, Wm^ 6 aes 

Stokes, Samuel, 7« 6 a 

Stniuss. Chas., 18^ 6 f 

Srringer, T. a. 21 m'5 f 

Stuart and Sons^SO a 12 • 

Sturt, Jane, 12 a 1 1 /> 

Stutter. John. S m 12 • 

Sully, F. R.. 28 fn 4 « 

Summers. Wm., 25 / 8 i 

Sufcliffe. Benj.. 2liT f 

Sykew. Dan. 8 m 12 «— 14 m e d 

Symington. James, 81 m lu 6 

S. J.. 25 ; 8 A 

Symons. Ann and Annie, 4 i* U « 

Tabor. Ann. 31 m 10 k 

Tait G.. 7 «i 6 tt 

Tarbet, J., ««i 12/ 

Tatton. P. J.. 31 m 106 

Taylor. F. and J., 18 y 6/ 

J. T.. 81 m 10 h 

{John, 80 a 12 « 

R.. 21 w 5 /• 

- and Forrester, 12 a 11 A 



Wilsou and Wynne. 4 U # 

Thonia-s Rich.. 25 ; « A 

W. l!L, 14 /a 6 c/ 

Thompson. C. H.. Sail/ 

Thomson. P.. 25 > 8 h 

-. — Thornton, J. R., 7 m 6 a— 14ai 6i< 

Thrift. Geo.. 16 a 8 /" 

'Hdy, W. H.. ai m 10 a 

Tiley. Geo.. 12 « U 6 

Tingle. v\ m., 14 / 12 c 

Tirre!!, A. J^ 26 a 6 «— 8 in 12 • 

Tittle, J. B., 23 a 6 « 

Tobias. A. J. and H. A., 11 y 4 a 

Tompson, J. L., 24 nt 5 « 

Tonkin. John, 17 m 6 i< 

Torkildsen. L. T., 14 a» (Td 

Toward, Toward and M'Gregor, 28 la 4 e 

Townend. Joseph, 18 ; 6 / 

TowTiley. lienry, 14 m 6 << 

Townsend. Wm.. 17 m 6 ^ 

Townshend. John, 81 m 10 ^ 

Toyn, Benj.. 24 m 5 a 

TruemaH, J. T., 28 m 4 e 

Tunna. T. E., 4 ; 1 1 a 

Turner, J. B., 3 m 12 a— 17 m$d 

Win., 28 >a 4 a 

. Varty, Calvert, 28 a 6 a 

.^— Viney, Alburn, 21; 2/ 



Bankmpteiea {conttnued). 

Wainwright, Henry, 18/6/ 

Walker. T.H., 11; 4a 

Walmesley, Thos., 18y 6 / 

Walter. Stephen, 21 m 5/ 

Ward. R. M., 16 a a/ 

Warde, A. J. W., 18 ^ 6/ 

Warner. John. 17 m 6 cf 

Warrington, James. 26 i 8 k 

Wass, Joseph, 8 m 12 a 

Wataon, A., 25> 8 b 

— — Dizan. 5 a 6 a 

James, 11 } 4 a 

Watt, J. F. 9 a 11/ 

J.L., 12 a 11 5 

John, 28 a 6 a 

Webb. Wm., 9 a 11/ 

Welch. F. A^ 24 ai 5 a 

West, Idaac. 21 « 5 / 

Whieldon. J. B.. 81 at 10 ^ 

Whiuker. Fred., 23 a 6 a 

-losi-ifh. 2 4? 6 a 

White. G., 23 u 6 « 

il.. 18/ li / 

John. 21 w 5 /* 

T^30ol2a * 

T. H., 2 a ^n 

and Winter 8 m 12 a 

Wickham. J.. 7 / 6 rf 

Wldowfleld. Robt.. I2 a 11 k 

Wigglesworth, Alfred. 24 •« 5 a 

WilMama. G. F., 19 a 5 c 

Michael. 23 a 6a 

Thoa., 24 M 5 a 

W, J.. 28 ; tty 

Wm., 80 «r 12 e-4 j 1 1 a 

Williamson John. jun.. 17 a» 6 <t 

Walter. 2 a 6 a 

Wilson. Edw. 14 / 12 e 

John 14 ; 12 r 

Thoa.. 3ai 12 e 

VV .. 7 Ni 6 a 

Windle. J.T.. 21 7 7 / 

Winflelil. John. 2 « 6 a 

VV ingate. David. 28 a 6 a 

Witter. Fred.. Ili4a 

VVitta, Fred,, 18 ; 6 / 

Wood. Frank, jun., 23 a 6 a 

J.O.. 11 ;6a 

Tho9.. 2 d 6 a 

Wooclall. Robt., 9 a \l f 

Wotidhead. John, 26 a 10 a 

VVoodrow. Wm.. 1 1 i 4 a 

Wooler. Mary. 17 la 6 rf 

Wooilard. Jane, 30 a 12 a 

Woolmer Henry. 19 a 5 a 

Wright, a J., 25; 8 6 

Henry. 18 ; 6y 

W. A.. 26o 10 c 

& Co., 28 •6a 

VVyatt, James, 19 o 5 *♦ 

VVylde. R. H., 14; 12r 

Yates, Lewis, I2a W h 

Yeadon J. A., 5 a 6 a 

Yellop. Robt.. 7 m 6 4 

Young. Benj., 28 ; 6 / 

Yottugsun, J., 21 itt 6/ 



Jone 80, 1864.] 



PALMKR'8 index to *^ THE TIMES *' NEWSPAPER. 



Bar 



BankmptcieB {continued), 

Zalmanaon, Joseph, 4 ; 11 « 

BAKKBUPTOIES ANNULLED:— 

Barter, H. J. E., 81 m 10 a 

Cook, Thoi., 5 a 6 « 

Fookea, Eli, 11 m5€ 

Hatfield, Ann, 31 w 10 a 

■ Jane, 31 m !• a 

Henderson, Hidley. 25 a 8 c 

Hickman, Wm., 16 a 3 e 

Jackaon, Geo., 5 a 6 « 

Johnaon, A. R., 24 m 5 e 

Kirkaldy. J. W., 2 « *y 

Lloyd, Eleanor, 28 ; 6 « 

Maitland. G. G.. 14 ; 12 h 

May, J. v.. 28i6< 

M'Kenna, Francis, 14 m 6 6 

Morris, Rich., 12 a 11 6 

Mnsgrare, Rich, 5 a 6 e 

ladmore, R. A., 28 »a 4 e 

Parker, F. S. and W. S., 19 a 6 rf 

Perrival, David, 2 a 5 f 

Pym. F. G., 9oll « 

Raniiiden. A. C, 24 w ft e 

Relf. S.B., 12 a 11 a 

Rowley, Hon. Hugh, 7 ; 6 * 

Semple, Chas.. 17 m 6d 

8oper, John, 30 a 12 « 

StorelL Edwin, 6 a 6 e 

Thomas, John, 24 n 5 « 

Thumwood. Chas., 11 ; 4 « 

Wallace, Geo., 16 a 3 « 

Bankruptcies, Dun's Report of Failures in the 

United States and Canada during the First 

Quarter of the Year, 2a 7 e 

Don's Sute of the Law Affecting, in 

Canada, 10 a 11 ft 

Kemp's Weekly Return of, 9 a 11 6 

Bankruptcy New Act— the Expensive and Un- 
necessary Fees of. 21 nt 3 / 

Fir«t Prosecution of an Alleged Fraudulent 

Debtor under, I m ij 

Important Cases under, 6 f 9 / 

London and Country Bankers' Association 

Deputation to the Board of Trade on the Fees 
for Opening Bankrupt's Estates Accounts, 25 
mS ti 

Netes on, S$ m 10/— 3 j 9 c— 18> 6 e 

Hulen for Appeals, 14 a 12 a 

BANKftUPTOY COURT :— 

- — Anderson, A. H., 10 a 8 € 

Anicell. Lewis, 22 a 4 «— 21 m 04 

Ascherberg. Eugene. 7 a 4 rf 

Bainee and Tait, 16 ; 6 a 

Baker, W.. 5m 5 h 

Wm., 11 a 10 a 

Beedham, B H., 1 m 10 • 

Biakeway and Tliomas, 23 a 5/ 

Bolding. J. J.. 19 m 6 a 

Boyd, R. K., 27 / 8 e 

Brotlen, A. and U., 25 #r 4 6 

Brooke, T. F., 22 m \Q f 

Cardew, G. I)., 12 ; 7 b 

Chambers, James. 15 m 6 e 

Chaudler and Davison, I « 4 a 

Clark, C. and G., 29 m 4 a 

LoUedgc, J. C 6 m 3 «— 29 « 4 a— 30 ; 4 e 



Bankruptcy Court {continued). 

Cook Henry, 9 m 3 /— 30 /4 « 

Cox and Rogers, 24 a 4 a 

Cutler, Henry, 20 m Ae 

Davis, James. 28 m 3 /*- 2f ; 3 / 

Deveria, Paul, 5 m 5 A— 6 m S'c— 29 m 4 a 

Ehrmann, J. H L., 28 ; 6 c 

Etheridge, Lewis, 3 m 6/ 

Friedlander & Co., 16 »i 3 c 

Friend, F. H.. 10 m 9 € 

T. H., 14/8 6 

Gibbs, J. F., 26 o 6 A 

Gillespie & Co.. 28 m 3/— 14 ; 8 ^—27 > 8 a 

Goldschmidt, Leopold. 28 a 7 / 

Gottgetreu, C. G., 6 ; 8 e 

Green, Robt., 31 /n 6 / 

Grove, Col. W. G., 14 / 8 6 

Hadley, Aid., 9 j 6 / 

Hele. W. H., 17 m 12 « 

Uempsted, G. and N., 6 a 5/— 15 m 6 «— 2$ 

Howse and Company, 10 m 9 (i 

HuU. G. H., 2a4a 

Huntingtewer. Lord, 1 m 10 e 

Hutchinson, D. and A., 8 /» 6/ 

Hyman, M. A., 24 m 6 6 

Kelly, Woolbrich & Co., 30 • 6 rf 

Lake and Taylor, 2 m 4 a 

Landrock, C. G., 80 m 8 / 

Lawes, C. B., 25 a 4 6—2 m 4 a— 23 m 4 • 

Law son and Durrnnt, 2 m 4 a 

Txjwenthal, R, 4 a 3 d— 29 a 3s— Il> 7 / 

Ludford. W. and J., 12 > 7 ^ 

Mackintosh and Beauchamp, 24 a 4 a 

Mare. C. J., 12 m 6 «— 17> 4 6 

Marks, S. V., 4 a 8 i^ 

- Mason, Geo., 15 m 6 s 
May. J. v., li m 8 c 

Mills, Edw., 4 CI 8 rf— 9 m 8 /— 20 ; 8 s 

Nicholson, Thos., 13 ; 4 « 

Oastler. Palmer & Co., 24 ; 3/— 25^ 4 /* 

Parker. F. S. and W. 8., 7 w 5 c 

Thos., 27 w 8 e 

and Parker, 25 a 4 5—19 m 6 «— 17 j Ao 

— 19i3/-25;4/ 

Pearoe, James, 1 7 ; 4 5 

Pelham, T. K., 16 m 8 r— II ; 4 s 

Porter, James, 81 m 6/ 

Scales, Joseph. 21 m 6 d 

Sebright, A. E. S., 80 a 6 <f 

Singleton and Tattershall, 8 m 4 c— 14 m5/ 

Soares, A. J., 14 m 5/— 18> 5 b 

Steed, Bros., \Am5f 

Thu.nas, P. W., 7m6b 

Thompson, Fred., 2 a 4 a 

Trustees' Cases, 1 a 4 a— 8 a 3 6 

Yokes, F. M., 28 m 8 / 

Wemyss, — , 19/3/ 

WhaUey. G. H., 2a4a 

Witk. John, 9 a 4 c 

Wilkinson, — , 23 a 5 / 

Williams. Juhn, SO a S d 

WiUun, Johi», 21 mSd 

Wood. J.O.. 6; 3s 

Bar Committee. Annual Election, 13 ; 9 s 

Library, ai the Royal Courts of Justice, 12 

J7# 

17 



Bar 



PALMRR t INDEX TO ^* TUB T*MB«^ NEWSPAPER. 



[Apra 1 to 



Bftr Library, I'rugrass of, 24 m 9 e 

and the Lord ("hanceUur, 26 ; 4 k 

Barinfr (ThoiDHS) Defence of his Brother Sir 

Kvelyn, 2 1 a a 
Barnardo (Dr.) Homes, Annual Meeting at 

Exeter Hail. 18 ; »e 
Barrwtt (Lawrence) the Actor, Banquet to, at 

Langhaiu Hotel. 4 a 6 r 
Bars and Gates in the Metropolis, Meeting in 

St. Tancras to twke measures to Remove, 10 

a9 / 
Bartholdi (M.) Banquet to, to Celebrate the 

Completion of his Great Statue of Liberty 

Destined for New York Harbour. 22 m 5 e 
Bartlett (T. Henry) on the Murdir of Mr. 

Terkins, 8 a t> 6 
Bass (M. T.) lUness of. 23 a 12 6—25 ad/ 
Bateman (J. F.; on Night Schools, 81 m d/ 
Bath, Orders of, Conferred, IS* a 12 /'— 21 ad/ 

—26 a 6 a— '60 a 12 <f— 3 m 12 rf— 22 m 10 6— 

24 M 10 a 
and West of England Agricultural Society, 

6 iM 8 < - 2 ; 12 r— 8 ; 4 o— 4 ; 8 tt~6 f 10 a 
Barwell (Uichard) on the Dynamite Outrages, 

4/11/ 
Beaconsfield Anniversary Banquet at Freema- 
son's 'i'avern, 2 1 a 7 c 
Beatty (li. A.; on the Life- Boat at Newcastle 

County Down. 14 a 10 
Becker (Lydia E.) on Woman Suffrage, 2 / 8 a 
Bede. Church of the Venerable, at J arrow, 1200th 

Anniversary, 24 a 10 6 
Bedford Galleries First Open on Sunday, 80 a 

lid 

Testimonial Fund, 16 ni 6 ^ 

Beeching^ Josiah; Supplement of the Smitherman 

Case, «50 ; 6 e 
Beeely (E. S.) on Womaa Suffrage, 23 i i d 
BELGIUM:- 

Anti Jew Agitation, 20> 5 ^ 

Antwerp Exhibition, sea Isteasatioval 

Art Kxhibiiion, 5 ml J 

Bud, et, 9 M 6 c 

Captain of Cavalry Convicted of Playing 

Unfairly at (^ards, Cashiered, 6 a 7 6 

- Case of (^anon Bernard, 12 m 8 a 

■ of Nev. Mr. Harrison, Anglican Chaplain 

at Spa. lua &J 

of the lip. of Toumai, 21 a 6 e 

Catholic Cabinet Formed, 16 > 7 « 

Court News. 15 a 8 c— 21 fa 7 o— 26 ; 6 rf 

• King and Queeuof Uullaad Visit Brussels, 

21 m 7 a— 28 m 6 b—2i ml c 

' Donation Left to the Poor of the City, 

26 m Ij 

' Fe&tivities on the Occasion, 21 w 7 a — 

22 m 5 a ->2d m 6 6 

- Education in. 10 « 6 a— 30 / 9y 

Elections, 16 a 6 c— 19 m 7y— 2 i 5 f—3 j 8 

<^-ll ;5a &c/— 13; 5 6— 19; 70— 19; 5 d 

' Fancy Fair in Brussels, 25 a 6 rf— 6 m 7 ./' 

Forged ^0 Bank Note Paused in, 2 a 7 c 

. King Leopold ITs 49lh Birthday, 10 a 5/ 

• Legiblative PrtK-fcdings, 1 1 a 8 c & <^— 24 a 

i> c- ■, M 7 I/ — 19 m 7./— 26 ; 5 e 
Ministerial t'hungcs, \'6 j b b Sf. d^\i j {} d 

^'S6, Ij 



Belgium {continued). 

Law of Mortmain in, 8 m 6 e 

MinceUaneous News, 1 m 6 rf-20 j 6 6-23 

i 7 «l— 28 jl cka 

Naval Department. 17 1 6 o 

Its il ways, dOth Anniversary of the Com* 

mencement of. in, 7 m 7 c 

lUot at Antwerp. 12 9 6 6 

Rioting in Brussels, 12 ; 6 c 

Koyal Marriages in Progress, ih ihd 

Sailors' Home to be Established in Aatwetp, 

22a bd 

Statue of King Leopold L, being Prepared 

to Replace the former One Destroyed in the 

Fire. 10a 6/ 
Sultan Confers the Chefkab Order on the 

Queen of. 11 ; 9/ 
Transvaal Delegation at, 16 a 5 c~18 a 6 r 

~19 a 1 e— 21 a 6 s— 22 a 5 J— 22 as 6 c 

and the Vatican, 16 ; 6 6 

Belgravia Dairy Company. 7 ; 18 r 

Benedict (Sir Julius) Testimonial Fund, Sally 

. 9 a 8 6—28 m 4 c 
Bennuch (Francis) Female School of Art, :iO 1 6 « 
Beniinik (Cavendish) at Whitehaven, 16 a 9 / 
Beuiley (,W. U.) on the Congo Treaty, 14 a8 o 

and Company, 28; \Zd 

Bert ( Paul) on Sugar in Milk, 16 a 4 /* 
Berwick Liberal Afsociation Formally Opened, 

Tj 7 /• 
Besant (Walter) on the Incorporated Society of 

Authors, 8 J 8 d 
Bethnal Greea Museum. Soiree at, the Prince of 

Wales Present, 28} 12 s 
Free Library, Princess Christian Forwards 

a Present of Books to, 2 ; 9 e 
Bewick's WoodcuU. 7 m 12 # 
Bible, New Translation, Meeting of the Old 

Testament Kevisors, 21 ; 18 /' 
Bigg (Rev. T. F.) on the Caee of Chas. Coward, 

a Passenger on the Wrecked Downton Train, 
' 14 ; 26 <tf 

Biggs r (— ) and the Irish Policy, 19 m 12 e 
BiUiter Street Offices Company, 2 a 18y 
Birc:h (J. W.) on the Gold Currency, 6 ai 6 A-? 

mVid 
Bird Nesting, 6 hi 5 6 
(Neilson) on Mr. Cliamberland and the 

Shipowners, 16 a 9 / 
Birds, Notes on, 16 a 8 a— 18 a 10/— 22 a 11 e-- 

28 06/— 6 M 6s 
Birmingham Central Free Library, UnreiliBg the 

Marble Sutue of the Queen in the Building, 

10 M 14 a 
Accountant, the Missing Mr. Starkey, 

Notice about. 2 a 18 ^ 

Capture of Housebreakers at, 8 u 8 / 

*— » ef Supposed Coiners at, 11 a 7y 

Chamber of Commerce, Maeting, 16 m 6 / 

Dynsmite Plot in, 11 ml d 

Gun Trade, Annual Meeting and Report, 8 

m 4./ 

Uospiul Saturday Fund, 16/ 6 / 

Military Precautions in, 16 m 10 tf 

New Hospital for Chronic Cases. Presented 

to the Town by Mr. Jeff ray, Lord Leigh Lays 
the Meutorial btuue, 1 j \2d 



tliine SO, 1884»] 



PALMEK'8 INDEX TO ** triE TfMlCS MKW8PAPKR. 



Bri 



Birmingham Musical Festival, 6 m 10 0— 19 m 
12/ 

School of Art, Laying of the Inscription 

Stone of the Building. 2 f 9 r 

BIBTHS :— In Consequence of the Registrar- 
Oeoeral having a complete Alphabetical Li^t 
from 1837, of all Birfhs in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects bom 
abroad, which can be inspected at anj time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not de«*me(I 
expedient to insert fhe Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Timfn. 

Edinburgh, Duchess of, a Daughter, 21 a 

Infanto Dona della Paz, a Son, 12 m 7 e 

Baptism of, 15 m 5 « 

Sweden, Crown Princess of, a Son, \9 j 9 J 

Bishop of St. Alban's Fund, 10 f S e 

of London's Fund, Conference of Clergy 

on, at Sion College. 13 w 10 6 
Black Plague at Bedra. 16 m 10 c— 9 ; 7 « 
Bb«ckie (Jeha Stuart) on Goeihe, \A a 12 e 
Blacklejr (W. H.) on National Insurance and 

Mr. Ooachen, 18 > 6 r 
Blakeney (H/er. Dr.) on the Purchas Judgment, 

19 a 12 < 
Bleaching. New Process. 1 5 a 8 </ 
Blenheim Pictures, tee Fin a Arts 
Blind (Karl) Note on his Stepson's name as 

Ftrdinmnd not Karl, 29 m 12 / 
Blind, Professor Fawcett on the Waif are of, 25 

J 10 6 

Meeting at Groavenor House on the Present 

Condition of 27 7 1 1 ./ 

Blue (k>»it Boys, According to Annual Custom 
March to the Mnnsion House to Receive their 
Eaeter Gifts, 16n 9/ 

Blunt ^W. 8.) ou the Situation in Egypt, 10 m 
10 c 

Multiple Control. 6 7 8 / 

Bonapartisra. 26 rji 9 a 

JMK/K :— 

Biiok World. Ifi a 3 A- 5 » 3 A 

Boulger's History of ( hina, the Third and 

Last Volume nearly ready, 23 r? 12 i» 

Hffmilton Palace Library, Sale Catalogue 

of, 28 a 7 / 

Iiish Nationalist Literature. 80 m 6 / 

Literary Nore% 6 u in c— 10 a 7 <f--18 n 5 

d— 2 m 10 «— 9 m 8 r— 16 m 10 /— 23 m 9 /— 
80»i» 7d-6; 10/— U; I3/-26; )0 d 

New MS. of the Old Testament, Dr. 

Harkavy*s Reports, 8 a 10 </— 15a4/— 16 a 

6/ 

- PriBcess Alice, her Cerre«ipondence with 
the Queen, f^rly I«sne of. 25 a9 f 

Qiiet-n's New Book. riHiislatiun of, into 

Gaelic. II )*J/ 

Madame Drousart^d Translation of. 5 w 

1 c 
Price Sale List of Lord Go8ford*8 Librarv 

at Put tick's. 12 tf 7 /— 24 a U) d 
Hamilron Palnce Library nt S<ithc*bv'H. 

a»l n 4 rf-2 m 10 </— 3 III 10 6—6 m 8 r—j J m 

9rf 

MaK^rin Bible at. 28 « 7 / 

- — hichepm, Jean, Blasphemes, 22 m 5 a 
19 



Books (cordtnued). 

Tai^lioni (the Great Dancer) Memoirs of, 

Demur about Publishing. 27 in 5 d 

Turenne ((^omtPS8e de) Ideal et Verite. 

JuAt Published for Private Circulation, 27 m 
or 

Times Column of New and New Editions, 

tfe every daift pnper 

tee also Kkviews 

Borelli Tea (^ompany. 18 > 13 r 

Bosnia nnd Herzegovina, 2 « 7 A— 22 a 5 r 

Boulogne. Imponi lions in, l.> rr 6 r 

Bourke (Kt. Hon. Robert) at Kind's Lynn, 26 a 

7 d 
Boys' Industrial Home, Forc«t Hill. Opening of 

by the Lord Mayor. 13 w 4 6 
Boyle Lectures at'WhitechHpel, 30 a 11 /" 
Brabason (Lord) on Disused Burial Grounds as 

Public Gardens. 16/56 
on the Parks Hallway Bill. 3 7 9 <• 

on Public Kecreation Grounds for Fulham 

and Hammersmith. 15 a 10 6 

on State Directed Emigration. W a% e 

Brahoume v Lord) on the Ass^ociation of Railway 

SharehoUlcri*. 7 / 9 « 
Bra<iford. Bequests to the Charitable Institution 

in, by Mr. Ko-Jter. «»f fjornby Cnstle. 5 m 8 / 

>lr. Nuiter's Bt quests to, 21* m 13 /' 

Chamber of Conmierce and the Congo 

Trefl ty. I m 6 e 
Bradlnngh ((^has.) Letter to Mr. Glndstone on 

the Commutation of PenMons, 19 w II / 

the Premier's lioply, 21 m 12 s 

on IVrpetnal lVnpion«. 28 w 11 / 

Mr (ilad-tene's Reply. 28 w 11 /* 

Bradley i Dean ) Great Peter Street, Westminster, 

16a4 a 
Brandreth (E. L.) Hospital Subscriptions, 20 jAj 
Brave (— ) on Divorce. 6 j 4./ 

* Brazil. Anti-Slavery Movement in, 8 a 4 </ 
4 New (Vbinet. 9 ; 7 / 

• Railway Investment* in. 12 m 5 a 

* Slnvcrv in. "_' n> A e—H t \\ ^ 

Bread, Trials for Adullention of ^ o 10 ^r 
Brentford, Ijocal Board Arbitration at, 16 w 3 <f 
Brett (John) on Woman Suffrage. 8 ; 6 a 
Bright .' Jncob) on the Conifo. 7 m 4 «/— 19 m 6 b 

(Kt Hon. John ) on Fair Trade, Sao/ 

— - — on D«-pres«ion in Trade. 23 / 12 / 
on the branch seas Expressed in 18ri9, 5 

m \] e 

Health of. in 9 /"-S a 1« r— 7 a 10 a-8 

o l«fl -9o 9 /— 17a 5/— 19 a 12 6— 5 »i l\J 



— \7m7d-\Ai\^d 

-nnd the Opening of 



a New Training 
College Ht SHflTron WaHon. 10 m 7/ 

<»n tlu- Voie «»f (Vn-nre. 20 m S / 

Brighton Y'Minir Nfen's* ^'liristian Association, 
Lord -^hatie bury Opens the New Building, 8 
a 5 d 
Bristol Bishopric of) Fund to Constitute, 23 a 
12 f 

Wnu^on ''^)mpany. 10 ; 13 '» 

llriti'h Ag ieulture and Our Food Supply, 17 a 
6 e 

Assooiafion. Proijramme of the Meeting at 

Moiitreal. 2 CI 4 f— 15 • • e 



Bri 



PALMBR'tS INDRX TO '^ THE TIMK8 " MBW8PAPER. 



[April I to 



Briiifth American Land Company, 1 a 11 c 
Columbia and tho Uoiuinion Farliamenti 

14 a A / 
Commercial Geographical Society, Proposal 

to Kvlablish. 11 ; 9 / 
Empire Mutual Life Assurance Company, 

2 a 18e 

Graves in the Crimea, 7 ; U fc— 9 ; 5 a 

Museum. Wy cliff e Exhibition at, 24 m G c 

Phflsnician Antiquities in, 6 ; 3 ii 

- North Borneo Company, 2« j 13 h 

^— Roman Catholic Bishops and the Propa- 
ganda, 7 a 10 

Sailors and the Merchant Shipping Bill and 

the Board of Trade, Part 3., 5 (t « r 

Sugar Refiners* Committee, 28 m 1 1 i 

and Australian Trust and Loan Company, 

n a87-24a 11 d 
-^ - and Canadian Lumbering and Timber Com- 
pany. 1 4 m 7 e 

and Foreign Bible Society, 80th Annual 

Meetiag, 8 m lOcf 

Marine Insurance Company, I9i 11 * 

Sailor's Society, 2 « 10 // 

Mrs. Gladstone Opens a Bazaar at the 

City Temple to Aid. 17 w 10 fe 

School Society, 79th General Meeting, 80 

a7 e 

Brocklehurst (J. F.) on General Gordon, 19 o 7rf 

Bronte (( harlotte) Memorial Window to, Placed 
in Haworih Church, 22 m 9/ 

Brooke's, Dinner to Lord Hampden at, Post- 
poned, 1 a 9 e 

Brown and Company, 81 m 18 d^\2 ; 11 e— 
2ri 7 1 1 c 

Broxburn Oil Company, 22 m 1 1 « 

Brunswick TDuke of) Reported Illness of, 8 m 7 A 

Bryce- W rignt (— ) on the Large Diamond from 
the Cape, 6 mh d 

Buccleuch (Duke of) Serious Illness of, 12 a 9 / 
— 14 a 9 e— 16 a 7 /"— 16a9./ 

Buckingham Working Men's Conservatiye As- 
sociation, Annual Dinner, 30 in B d 

Bucks Conservative Association, Meeting at 
Aylesbury, 1 9 i 8 a 

Buckland (C. T.) 5n the Bengal Tenancy Bill. 
30«ti / 

Budget, Mr. Childers. 8(1 a 6 ^ 

Building Leases, New Bill, 12 /n 8 A 

BULOABIA:-- 

Appointments. 2 n 7 b 

Council in, 2H fi 5 c 

Court News, 7 a 5/— 30 m ,5 /'— 2 i 5 e 

and Eastern Rouioelia, 2 o 7 4—12 mob 

Elections in. 3 ; 3 //— 19 / 5 i 

legislative Proceed mg-i, 19 ; B d 

Miscellaneous News. 2 a 7 6—5 u 7 6—21 a 

60— 2K«6« 

Railways in, 3 a 5 « 

Receptions of Prince Alexander. 22 /i 5 r 

and Servia, 12 a 5 6—9 ; 7 /— 10 ; 5 «— 12 

7 5e— 13; 6 c— 14 ; 9 6-10; 7/-17;5 6 
Bull Dog Show at the Crystal PaUce, ses 

(^TSTAL PaLACK 

Buller (Rosa) on a Swimming Bath for White- 
chapel, 4/10 e 
Bumaby (Col.) llliiess of, w / 
20 



Bunbury (T. H.) on the Downton Railway 

Accident, 9 ; 9 </ 
Bunting ( H. A.) on Incorrect Post Offloe Scales, 

5mSd 
Burdett-CoutU (Lady) on the Forsaking of G«n. 

Gordon, 10 m 7 s 
Burglary with Violence in Camden Town, 30 

;7/ 

Burial Grounds, Conversion of into Public 

Gardens, 4 i 8 d-^ i 4/-16 7 6 6 
Bumham Common, Planting of Trees in, 6 n 4 a 
Burr (C. £. G.) on the Discontent in the Army, 

2 ? 8 e 
Bushey Park, Note on, 2!) m ^ 6 
Butchers' Company Design of the New Hall, 12 

aAf 
Butter (Rev. James) on St. Michael's CoTentry, 

28 f 8 / 
Bythell (J. R.) on the Great Indian Peninanlar 

RaUway, 28/18 4 

C. 
Cabinet Couucil Meetings, 8 a 9 /*— 9 a 9 f— 14 

a 9 e— 16 o 7 /— 22 a 9 /^23 a 11 /— 24 a 9 « 

& /•— 28 n 9 cf— 29 a 6 e/— 2 m 9 ^-6 m 9 /"— 8 

m9/^16m9/— 19 m 11 /— 26 m lly-28 « 

10 6—10 ;9y— 11 j9/-16 ; 8 6— 23> 12 «— 

25;9/— 27;9e-28/l2« 
Cabdrivers Benevolent Institution, 18 a 11 c 
Calcutta Mission Soandal. 2 ; 6 </ 
CaK-donian Insurance Company, 79th Annual 

Meeting. 20 mil n 
Cambridge Conservative Club. Pn»po«« to Admit 

Women Suffrage inio the Bill. 5 im 11 / 

Philosophical Society, New Honornry 

Members. 23 m 1 r 

University, Carlton Club Dinner, r^»rtl 

Randolph Churchill Unable to Attend. 8 #« «i U 

Union S<K'ieiy, 31 m 9 /— 6 ; 9 / 

OAMBBIDOE UKIVEBSITYi— 

Appointments, 6 w 8 /— 16 m 10 e— 31 mil 

/_4; 10 r— 17 J 10 A— 18 i 10 d 
Archaeology at, 7 at 7 /* 

Award" of Prizes and Scholarships, 2i: m S 

c-i#;9 /— 17; lUA— 23;r2/— 26; 10 # -2»; 
;6</-28H2</ 

Borrowing Additional Power Granted to, 

10; 6 / 

Bust of Professor Balfour Presentetl to, 21 

m I3€ 

Class List. 7 ; 12 c/-9 ; 11 A-12 ; 9 /'— 1.1 

i 10 / — 18 ; 8 * — 19 ;■ 8 r— 20 ; 8 b 
Congregations, 4 o 8 «— 25 a 10 6 — 16 w h) 

r— 28 m 10/»— 18 7 10 a 

Crane's Charity, 8 »i 6 / 

Degree** Conferred. 19 a 12 <»-a m8 <— 1« 

w HI r--30/« 7 e-14 ; 14 /— 18 j lt» rf— •>! 

.; 1<» <? 
-^ Honorary Conferred. 1 w 9 /*— 13 ; Hi / 

Dixie Professorship Kleciion, 19 •» ;♦ n 

Elections, 4 /» 8 «— 28 a 9 /— I m W /— 6 m 

10« — 17noA 

Kthnological Collections, Award tif Thanks 

to the Donnrs, 24 ia 9 f 

Examinations. 24 a 7 rf— 8 m 6 / — 19 /m 9 a 

—24 m 9 /— 12 ; 9 ^—^6 / " d 

Examiners. 31 m \\f-2iOf 

FitzwiUiiim Mu»eu:ii, 6 /w 8 / 



Jnno SO, 1884.] palmsk's indbx to the ^^ times " newspaper. 



On 



Cftmbridge Vnivenity (coutmued), 

Gtrton Colleee, Skinners* Scholarship, 10 

m \2d 

Grants Proposed, 12)9 J 

Higher Local Examinations, 10 ; 11 e 

Inaajpiration of Bachelors of ArU and Law, 

21a 7 6 

Lecturw, 21 o 7 *— 24 a 7 *— 24 m 9/— 23 

yi2/ 
Letter from the Prince of Wales on 

Tapestry Making in England, 28 m 10 i 

Lightfoot Scholar<<hip, Award of, 7 in 12 i 

List of Past Examinations for Degrees, 20 

m lOe— 22w7 /-U ; 10/ 

Local Examinations, 14 a 12 m 

Mathematical Tripos, 23 m 10 c— 2$ m 8 r 

—5 ; 9 r 
Meeting to Consider a Settlement in the 

Eastern Portions of London, 26 m 9 
Museums and Lecture Rooms Syndicate 

19th Annual Report. 21 m 18 e 

New Geological Museum, 26 ; 6 </ 

Professor of Pathology, Meeting to Elect, 

26«8 c 
Professorships Founded. 19 a 12 « 

" Rede " Lecture. 29 m 6 e 

Reports. 8} m \1 f 

St. David's College Lampeter, Books 

Presented .o. 16 m 10 <? 
Scholastic Agency. 2 m 10 « 

Seacuntan Prize— Subject, 2 m 10 « 

Si-lect Preachers, 23 7 12 /* 

- Subjects for Prizes. 14 ; 14/— 23 ? 12 / 

SummaTy of Degrees Granted during the 

Year, 21 i \0 e 

Syndicate, Appointments to, 5 w 8/ 

Reports. 80 ? « e 

Tancred Charities, • 7 9./ 

' Tercentenary Celebr.iiion of Emanuel 

College. 19>I0/— 20/9/ 
Winchester Reading Prize, Award of, 30 a 

12 f 

Women Passed Examination, 2^9/* 

Camel Note on. 26 m 4 d 

Cameo Glass, 20 ; 10 / 

Cameron ^(^onimaii<lor Lnvett) '>n m IVo|y>sed 

British Cemmerci.il Geogr:i;>hit al .Society, 11 

;9/ 
• — (Charles) on How the Money Went in the 

Afghan War. 16 « M «• 
Cimpbell (Sir G.) wnd his t^>n!>iti:!)enrj«, !) « 10 f 
vGeo.i on the KusMaii Advance Towards 

Inaia, 29 m 8 6 
Canada Company. 28 ; 13 r 
- — - North West Land (.-oninanv. 12 m 13 /• 
CANADA: - 

Agriculture in, 19 m II /* 

- — Department of the In erior, Z i B f 

Dynamite Found under the Parliament 

House at Toronto, 2 m 5 c— 3 »t 7 c— 7 m 7 d 

Dynamiters in. 28 « 5/ 

• Exhibition of the Roy-il Canadian Academy, 

Opened by Lord Lans<lown, \9 a 7 d 

- Farm Stock for. 27 m 4 a 

- — GoTernui -General a' Montreal. 17 a a *» 

Grant for an Kxpcdition to Hudson's Bay 

and me Straits, 7 u jy— 10 ti ii a 



Oanada {continued). 

immigrant Keturns, 12 m 8 6 

Irish Emigration to, 31 m 9 e 

Items of News, 26 m 8 a 

- Legiolatire Proceedings, 11 a 3 e — 21 a 6 A 
— 22 one 

Mi.ocellaneous News. 7 w 7 d — 28 ; 7 e 

Municip.il Elections Franchise Extended to 

Widows and Spinsters. 13 a 5 <tf 

Native Affairs in, 19 « 14 c 

Proi)Osed Volunteer Artillery Competition 

into. 2f> m 8 e 

Protest against the Merchant Shipping Act 

Afflicting .he Colony, 10 ; 4 f 

- Piihlic Accounts of . 4 o 4 € 

Rich Gold Mine Discovered in the Rocky 

Mountains, 18 a 5 4f 

Tolls on Cereals. 2 i 5 /^ 

Trial at Ontario of Four Persons for Bribery, 

9 a 5 <y— 28 « 6 / 

Tupper (Sir Charles) ('ase of . 3 a 5 <f 

ami the Unii^ Stales, 31 m 7 * 

Canadian Jubilee biagew. Service of Sacred 

Song, at the Mansion House, 23 m 10/ 
CANALS:— 

Atlantic Mediterranean Projected, Ifi m 5 c 

—22 mie 

Corinth. 24 o 4 * 

Fl(M)d Season iii, over, 23 <i 7 rf 

Grand Junction. 19 ; 1 1 e 

Mai-chi'Ster vShip, 1 « 11 /•— 2 a 11 /"-S n 

n rf-4 a 10 <•— 25 a 8 rf— .?6 a 9 /-29 a 1 1 c 
—30 u 12 fl— 1 m 10 f~^ m\\ t 6 ;n 6 /— 7 
» 10 * -8 m 7 y— 10 TO li /"-IS in 9 a— If) w 

10 /_!« w lOr— I7m 10 h -21 m 18^—22 m 

1 1 r_v3 m 5 /— 23 m 6/-24 m 7/— 12 ; 10 c 
—23/ 12 a— 28/12 a 

- Nicaraguan, 11 ; 5 A 

Pali'Stino, Projected, a 7 r.—7 a^a 

Panama. 4 ; 4 r 

- Proposed Ship from the Forth to the Clyde, 
Note on, 26 m 6/ 

State of Shares in Companies, tec every 

dtiif's paper 

SuoR, (^onferenc. in Pnris, 15 m 5 </ 

International Technical Commission to 

Enlarge, 15 w 5 d 

.ludicial Committee of the Company. 

Opinion of. 12 a 5 a 

Meeting about Widening. 28 f 5 a 

of the Defence Ci>mmittee. 2h a o d 



Mpetings of ihe Company, 20 m 5 b—2i\ 

in 7 ' 30 /M 5 h 

Notices a' out, 19 m 8 a— 18 ; 7 c— 19 i 5 

a— 21 /7 ^ 

OtAoial Return of Shipping and Tonnage 

Pacing thnmgh. 28 m 5 e 
Pilot Dues to Cease after July 2, 2 a 7 

a & c 
*' Union des Actionnaires de Suez.** 

Formed by Six Gentlemen to Proti'ct their 

Intero.tts, 4 a 5 a 
UUttT, I4y 11./ 

VVfiland, ft s 5 € 

Cananx dn Mi«li p» Lateral. 21 m fi e 
('anning (Lord) Notes about. 2 a 5 f— 7 « 10 4 
— 10 a 8 r— 15 a 5 /— 16 4 12 6 

P 21 



Cm 



PALICXR's IN9BX TO '^ THE TIMES " NBITSPAPER. 



[April \ to 



Candles, Lecture on, 21 ; 1 1 / { 

Canterbury ( Abp. of; Moreinenta of, 12 a 9y— 
24a9/^-29a8o 

- on Home Missions, S\ m9 d 

on Praying in Church for General Gordon, 

20 w 8 « 
Canton Insurance Office, 29 a 11 a 
Cafw Copper Mining Company, 137 H ^ 
PAPB OF OOOD HOPE:— 

Annexations, 22 o 5 c 

Battle between the Usutus and the Usibepu, 

28 a 5 « 
BudKet, 30 m 5 e 

Bulwer (Sir H.) Rumoured Kesignation of, 

20 j 5 t 

' Cetywayo'a Remains, 12 a 5 c — 16 a 5 c — 

21 a 6 6—2 m6b 

• Conference of Delegates from NaUl and 

the Orange Fret States, Meet at llarriamith, 
2 a7c— 7a5c— 11 a 3 d 

Custems Collections at, 5 a \9 h 

Defeat of Usiteph. \ij I3y— 16 / 7 « 

: Disturbances in, \0 ta 7 h 

Farmers* Congress. Meeting of, at King 

William^s Town, 17 a 6 e 

Fighting in, \ ab d—lO a 6 «— 11 a il d— 

10 m 7 6-13 m 5 6—31 /ii 7 6 

Fire Traders Murdered in, \7 a n ^ 

Gold Reef Discovered on Moodie*s Farm, 1 

tu i> B —26 ; 6 « 
Industrial Exhibition of I'olonial Goods in 

Cnpe Town, 10 a 6 a 

Legislative Proceedings, 3 w 7 6 & c— 7 m 

7 </— 2i» m 5 r 

•; Mr. Mackenzie enters Bechnanalaud as 

Britiith Resident. 6 m o </ 

MiniateriMl (Ganges, 11 c 3 d—S m 5 b k d 

— 9»i 6 //— iUw 7 6 

Miscellaneous News, I o 5 c^- -4 o 5 r— 23 « 

7 «/— 24 u o </— 2 M 5 /i— 6 m 6 r -7 w 7 rf— 10 
m 7 e— 12 m 7 c — 20 m 5 d — 4 ; 5 b -5 7 5 e—7 
/ 7 t— II )5 rf— 19 ; 6 a— 26 } 5 e^'SO j 6 b 

r — New Ministry, 13 m 5 6 Jb tf 

Portuguese Explorers in, 28 w 5 « 

RaUway News, 23 m 7 d 

RiQting at Kimberley, 3 m 7 c— 8 mob 

• Small Pox in, 10 a 6 a 

Strike in the Diamond Fields— Desperate 

C'Onflict with the Men at Work, 22 m 5 c/— 29 

m 5 c 

30Q Carat Diamond Found in. 1 a 5 c/ 

^ar News, 16 m 6 c— 17 m 7 6—19 m 7 k— 

21 m 7 a— 22 mock <i— 23 m 6 a— 28 m 5a 
Capper (.R.) on ihe River Congo and Niger, 3 a 

4 « 
Carles (— ) Journey in the Cqrea, Report on 

Parliaiqent. 22 o 10 a 
Carlisle (H.) on the Gold Currency, 1 m, 10/ 
'- Installiitiou of the Ne^ DeiMi, 30 m 10 /— 4 

;7/ 

Carlyle's Birthplace, 26 m 13 / 

- (J. E.) on Lake Nyassa and the River 
Shire, 29 m 10 b 

Carnarvon, Dr. Evans Re>igos ilie Living of. 22 

m 4 a 
-2 — (Earl of) on Emigration, 26 m 10 c 

\ at Winchester, 29 a 8 rf 

22 



Carpenters' Company. Donations Awarded. 7 > 6 e 
Cari»et Trwde, End of the Strike in, 17 a 7 e 
Carr (Comyns) on the " Called Back." 30/ 6 6 
Carver (S. H.) on Egypt, 3 ; 4 6 
Case (Thos.^ Examination of Women at Oxford, 

29 a 3 ^ 
Castle Mail TackeU Company. 5 m 13/ 
Caterham Imbecile Asylum, Official lupection, 

17/4* 
Cathedral EsUblishmenU Commisaion, 18/10 d 
Cato 'Thos. E.) on the Earthquake in England. 

24« 7« 
CATTLE:— 

Disease from Canada, 24 a 11 / 

in Cheshire. 23 a 12 e- «0 a 12 e— 5 j 4/ 

in Northumberland, 9 j 9 e 

in Surrey. 1 5 « 5 /" 

in the United Stotes, 26 « 11 A* 

Deputation to Government on, 2 a 12 rf 

Fresh Cabea, 18 ; 5 c 

Legislation, Note on, 2 o l» </ 

— Notes about, 19 ; 12 a 

Note ab'mt, 19 > 12 « 

New biU. 1 a 10 e-24 a 9 /"— 20 qO f— 

2Sa $d 

Deputations about, 8 « 8 e 



Official Returns, 7 o 10 e-9 a 5 /—I I « 

7 /-U« 12 11-29 a 4 «-7 w 6 /-l»m 13./ 
— 26 w8/-— 17; 4* 

Sale of Cly«le8dalt»s at Merry ton, 18 » 11 ;" 

of Shorthorns, the Stock of Mr. Oliver, 

10 M 9 e 

bhow of Fat Beasts in St, Mark's Market, 

Vienna, 6 « 7 6 

SUte of the Market, su twrtf days puper 

Caucasus, British Mission to, 6 m 6 c 
Cavenagh (Gen.) on I^rd Canning, 10 a 8 c 
Cavendish Memorial at Barrow, 12 m 1 1 / 
Cemeteries Bill, 27 / 3 e 

Central Argentine Land Company, 11 ; 11 «— T 

I 13 r 

— Asia, Blue B(X)k on, 7 tf 4 e 
News about 21 « 6 a— 24 a 6 e— 12 m 7 

6—16 ; 7 <?— 16 / 8 6—28 / 7 a 
Chamber of Agriculture, Meetings, 2 a 10 

<y— 8»« 5 /^\9f9J 
Ceylon, News abo.ut, 12 ra 8 6 

Cotnpany, 17m 12 e 

' — Suspension of, 6 m 11 a 

Chad wick Muaeuoi at Bdlton, Opening of, 13 

; 6 
Chamberlain (Rt. Hon. Joseph) on Enclosure of 

Land, I'ia7 d 

OH I he GoU Coinage, 29 « 11 e 

and the Greenock Liberal Association. & m 

6fi 

Interviewed on the Railway BiU, 20 ; 5 e 

Letter to the Liberal Candidate for \\toW\ 

12 tt 6 /* 
Railway Commission Bill, Note on, 14 a 

12 d 

and the Shijwwners, 15 <i / 

Note on his Speech on the ^SI lipping r.ill. rl 

M 6 / 
his Spee h to be Published in a Tamphlot 

form fo' I i itribution, 20 m 8 / 

and the iTote of Censure, 29 w. 9y 



Fune SO, 1»S4.] 



palmer's index to "T!I!5 TIllKfi" NEWSPAPER. 



Cfctf 



rhnmberlaiii (Rt. Hon. J.) on the Western Daiiy 
Mercvry*s Defence of, againit Lord Salisbury, 
IS I 12/ 
rhancellor \,Fred.) on the Earthquake in Essex, 

7 m 6 * 
CH4H6XI OF SUBNAMES &c. :— 

Boach. T. J., to be Boueh-Tremayne, 6 a 1 h 

- — Brown. John, to be (^avin- Brown. 16 m 1 # 

Cole, J. H. W.. to be FortescueCole. 20 j 1 b 

— Cooke. Arthur, to be Coke, 7 m I 6 

Dunlop, H. M., to be George H. M. Dunlop. 

2« ;• 1 6 

- Hefniiiie, Thorhauer, to be Roeper. 8 a 1 * 
Hindle. RobiBson, to be Franklin- Hindlt, 19 

m 1 6 
' Incledon- Webber, L. C, to be Webber-In- 

dedon. 19 ; I 6 
King, J. E., to bei J. Hambleton King, 30 m 

\b 

Kirby. D, N.. to be Nassau, 8 w 1 6 * 

MaitUnd-Makgill-Crichton. David, to be 

Makirill-CrichtonrMaitland, U; 1 6 

s Peatce, E. R.. to be Edgcambe, 16 ; I A 

I'iggin, J. H., to be Fowler, 19 w 1 6 

Smith. W. S., to be Smith-Tyler, 18 ; 1 k 

Stj»ck. E. F., to be Finnerty. \Qm\h 

White, Chas.. to be Morley- White, 7 alk 

Channel Tunnel Scheme, U m 12 e— 2B m 8 a 
Chapel Royal. Savoy, 22 a 8 A— 29 m h d—9j 6 d 

Whitehall, New Preacher. 13 ; 10/ 

Chapels Royal, Preachers for the Month, Am9j 
Chaplin (— ) at Bedford, 26 « 11/ 

at a Conservative Demonstration at Rom- 
ford, 22 m 7 a 

Chapman ( 8. B.) on the Water Question, 4/126 

Chargola Tea Company. 2d m M e 

Charitable Appeals and Donations, see Each 
6o^iety or Charity 

Trusts, ParUamentnry Commission on, 16 

m 9 #» 

Charities Register, 3 j 7/ 

Charity Commission. New Members. 25 a 12 6 

i^rganization Society, Annual Meeting, 26 

w 5 r 

Charley r W. T.; OH the Coast Guard in Donegal, 

26 iti id e 
I'helsea Embdhkhieilt. 7 a 10 a 
Cheltenham College Scholarships, 11 / 9 / 
Clieshire, Value of Land in. 8 a 11 «/ 
Chewdri (F; W.) on Flogging in the Priaong of 

Miltiritius, 14 m 6 c/ 
-— On Zululand, 23jB d 
Chester Castle Prison, 23 m 10 c 

(Bp. of) Consecration of the New, 14 a 12 

6— 2(> ale 

Enthronement of, 6 / 10 /"— 26 ; 10/ 

(Ez-Bp. of) Farewell to the Clergy of his 

Diocese, 12>ll/ 

(John) OB the Egyptian Preference Loan, 

18; 13 a 
Chetwynd (Hon. R. W.) New CUsi Rule, Bid Be 
ChUi and BoUvia, \ a5 d 
— '— Truce Concluded. 7 a BJ—iO aUa 

and Peru, Notes about, 8 a 4 tf— 16 m 6 e 

— England's Conventiflfn with, 12 a 7 fc 

China Shippers* Mtztual SteftoH Navigation Com- 
pany, 29 a H^ 



CHINA :- 

Ap^Kiintments, 18 a 5 </ 

Attack on the French, 27 ; 5 ff 

Capture ol Bacninh by the French, 9 d 6 6 

— Diplomatic News, 1 m 5 6 
FreB'ih in, 8 a 5 a 

Government of, 16 a 12 d 

Items of News, 1 1 a 4 rf 

Li Hung Chang 7 ; 7 c—9 i 4 fl 

Miscellaneous News, 16 a 3 rf— 18 o 7 a— 

21 a 6 a— 22 • 6 d-^Q a 7 a 4 4^—3 m 7 r~5 
m 7/— 6 m 5 <f— 20 m 5 rf— 12 j 6 6—17 ; 6 d 

Navy of, 10 a 6 r 

Opening of the Canton River, 20 ; 6 d 

Prince Chun. Account of. 22 a 10 6 

and the Powers, 19 m 7 d 

- - Railway News, 18 i 7 a— 19^ 6 d 
Review of. 18 j 6 d 

Teleirraph in, 2Sj7 d 

Chinese Embassy. 25 a 9 /— 16 MB f 

- at South Kensington, ^jB f 
Chlngford, New Cemetery att, 26 nl 10 c 

Chio. Disease ef the Lemon and Orange Tree« 
in. 12 J 5 of 

Choisv and Simson. on Messrs; Im Thttrn Paying 
up in Full, I7a U 6 

Cholera on Board an Indian Troop Ship, \% ab d 

in Toulon. 24 / 6 c— 25 j 5 c & €—26 i 5 6— 

27;5 6— 28/9 6— 30;6r &/ 

Notices about^ 21 « 6 o— 22 a 6 «— 23 a7 e 

—24 A 5 (/& €— 26 o 7 </— 28 a 6 s— 29 « 6 c— 
30 a 7 rf— 2 m 5 rf-25 ; 6 6-26 j Bb hj^l7 
, 5 6 & s— 28 ; 7 6 & €-28 ; 12 li-Sd ; 5 6' 

Christian Blind Relief Soelety; Meeting at the 
Mansion House, 23 m 8 a 

(^olportage Association, 10th Annual Meet- 
ing, 14 m 4a 

"(Church Array" First Great Meeting of, id 
Prince's Hall. 29 m 7 6 

Congress, 7/66 

Discipline. Correspondence between the Bp. 

of St. Asaph and Mr. Venables Williams ori 
the Affairs of his Pariah, 18 a 10/ 

and Dis-Establishment, Notes on, 29m%d 

—4; 12 6 

of England Sunday School Union, Anniver^ 

sary Conference at Exeter Hall, 16 w 3 <f 

- - Extension in Birmingham, "a Landowrier" 
gived £10,000 for, to Aid in New ChurChetf in* 

22 I 4 6 

Missionary Society obuin « New BishOjgf 

for South Africa, 31 ni 6/ 

at Odessa, 23 M 4 4 . 

Parochial MidsioiJ S<ilciet^, Anntud Meeting,- 

5 7N 6« 

SchOdU COnrtwny, Meetings, 6 a 12 €—7 d 

Bf , 

ot Sbotbtid Minister!' Daughters' College,- 

the dueen Stibscribes to, 9 ; 8 d 

ChurthfiH ,L6rd R.) at Ayleahury, 19 > 8 d 

fit Birmingham, 16 a 7 a— 17 a IQ 6 . .. 

Denial of bis Withdrawal freoi tlto Candi- 
dature of Birmingham, 10 /ii 12 a 

dnd the Discords among tfale Cooservative' 
Party, 9 m 8 6 

— Lays the Fouiidatiott St<Mnte' of the Neif 
School Uo«se at Spflark HlH, 1>^ ^ 7 e 






Clrn 



TAIMER*U IITDKX TO *' THB TIMSS ** KEWSPAPUt. 



[April 1 to 



Chut chill ^Loi d R.) Letter to the Blackpool Con- 
serTatire AMOcUlion on the Franchiie, 1 1 
/12 6 

to the Council of the National Union, 19 

and the Sogar Duties, 7 j \Sd 

Nominated Chairman of the Conaei-ratlve 

Unioti, 6 mlOe I 

( Randolph S.) on the Gold Coinage, 28 a 8 a | 

City Companiea CommiMiun. Meetings, 8 a 6 •— I 

2 m 9 r-26 i 7 «— 80 7 9 « 

Coroner, New Appointment, 16 a 11 of { 

of Glasgow Life Assurance Conpanj, 26 a . 

\9b > 
Liberal Club, Meeting of the Middlesex I 

Libeml Association at, 12 ; 6 s { 
of London Fire Insurance Company, 23 m 

n a-127 11 d 
Real Property Company, 26 m 18 e— 10 

I II r 

Society of Artists, 19 m 6 i-*28 ; IS J 

^—^ Value of X«and in. 7 m 7 s 

Offl«'e8 ('ompany, 1 « 11 c 

of Santos Improvements Company, 12 m 

18 r 

View of the City Companies, 28 i 6 a 

and Guilds of London Institute, Donations 

to Aid, 22 m 116—24 9 11 e 

Meeting and Appointments, 80 o 5 a 

Princeof Wales Opens the New Buildings, 

25 ; 7 e— 26 ; 10 a 
Orthopaedic Hospital, d2nd Anniversary 

Festival. 28 ; H i 
CIVIL ACTIONS;— 

Abercromoie v. Wilson, 16 m 8 i^ 

,e Aberluna I-«ad Mines Company, 28 a 7 a 

Ager V. Peninsular aad Orieuial S;eam 

NnvigHlion Compaay, 10 o 8 « 

Agnew nnJ anuiher t;. Murray, 2A m $/ 

' re Albisi^iiua Paint CompRny, ;ui m 3 r 

Amii' Hussein v. ShiM) Bux Sin^it. 21 ; 6c 

- >« Anglo- African Steamship C^ompany, 24 
Ml 6 a 

/e sn Application for a Mandamus. 28 /5c 

*« Army and Navy Provision Market, 24 i" 

Ad 

A^prey v. Jones and others, 9 a 4 a 

Attorney-General ». Bradiaugh, 3 a 8 <y— 24 

a 4 •— 16 m 8 ^—28 m 3 /— 14 ; 7 d— IB jo r— 
l7 7 3«-18/4«— i9;3a-2iy 6 rf— 24 ; 8 e 

V. Braithwsite, 10 a 3 c 

V. Bristol Corporation. 7 m 5 6—31 ni 6 # 

V, Manchester Dean and Canons. 10 a 3i/ 

V, Severeyns and another, 18 ;' 5 6 

Angustus V. Hector, 17 m 12 c 

Australian Meac Company v. M'Andrew, 5 

a 6 e — 7 a 4 e 
ri Bagnall and Sons, 4 a 3 i 

— Bailey v. Bailey, 24 ; 3 s 

Baldwin v. Gregory, 23 a 5 /* 

- ^— v. Hargreaves, 27 m 3 a 

Banks v. Noel, 21 ; 6 </ 

Barker w. Lavery, 19 m fi / 

Barlow ». St. Mary*s Ve«try, 20; le— 27^ 

8c 

Barnard v. Carr, 80 m 8 # 

Barnes ». Southsea Railway, 30 / 4 c 

24 



GiYil Aotiona (coafinuei/). 

Barrow and another v. Dyster, Naldar 4b 

Co., 27>3« 

Bates V. Bates, 16 m 6 c 

Beaty and ethers o. Gleniatar, 8 a 8 < 

Bell v. Kilmorey and another, 24 > 8 •— 21^ 

V, Wedlake. 3 a 8e 

Bellairs v. Tucker and others, 9 a 3/— 10 a 

4o 

Benyon ». Grieve, 28 i 5 5 

Berry and others v. London, Chatham and 

Dover Railway, 10 « 3y— 12 m S «-30 m Zf 

Bertie 9. Abington, 5 m 4 e 

Berlin r. London and Brighton Railway, 21 

jn66 

- Bird V. Greville, 21 fa 6 ^ 

Bishop V. Whiteley. 19y3«— 6iii 4 if 

€x parte Blackburne— le Holmes, 24n 5 /* 

7 e Blsencaelan United Lead Mining Com- 
pany, 24 m () a 

blai.terg r. Abrahams and another, 15 si 6 

IU> h V, Wrjglit, n Iff 10/ 

Bone v. Thwaites. 14 m 5 a 

B<)08ey & Co. v. Fraake. Wjld 

re Borax Company, 9 a 3 / 

Bosanquet v. ('omjiton, 20 ; 3 

Bosweli V, C oaks, 22 m 10 rf— 16; 5 c— 17/ 

3i-29iJi3W 

Boxalf r. Boxall. 13 / 4 c 

Bovler. Great Western Railway, 20> 3ii 

re Bradbury & Co.. b abd 

r< Bi^iitfoid and Isleworth Tramways Com- 
pany. :r8ci 7 a 

Biereton v, Bich.itd«on, 30 a 6 c— 2 m 3 /* 

ri Brigg- S»eani Culd ration Company, 21/ 

td 

Brimelow v. Murray, 24 « 6/ 

B!\anr r. Sawder. 29 a 3 </ 

Biirdick I'. Sewell and Nephew, 10 a 3 i 

Burg'ss and another r. Gillespie. 20; 3 </ 

Burrows v, Blavdoo and London Steam 

Shipping Company. 2 J n hf 

liuit V. Alltanji Colliery Company, 5 m 4 e 

Buxton and High Peak Publishing and 

General -^i in tin? Company v. Mitchell, 31 ai 6 «f 

Caldwi'U V. M'Lare \ tO a 3 a 

,ie CaniiocU brewery Comi>any, 9 a 3 a 

lwi'-i»enter v. Disney, 30^" 4 c 

i« Carriage Co-operative Supply Associa- 
tion. 20 ; 8 a 

Can ick r. London Guarantee Accident Com- 
pany. 21 ; 6 (/ 
— ^ Caspar v. Goggs, 6 m 4 • 

re (-entral MetropoUun Railway, 5 m 4 4 

Central News v. Eastern Telegraph Com- 
pany, &Q, and others, 28 « 7 a~29 u 3 a— 30 c 
4 '-^1 m 10 b—2 m A d—S m 6 c—o m 4 «— 7ni 
4«— 8w8 /— I61M 6r— 16 m 3 6— 27> 3 rf 

re Cevlon Company, 6 m 3 d — 19 m 5 d 

Cliatiwick and Wife v. Great Weatern Rail- 
way, 27 ;■ 3 e 

Chaldecott v. Groom and another, 30 m 3 a 

—31 m{\ f 
re Chauerley Iran Company, 28 a 7 a 

re Cheahirc Banking Company, 28 ; 5 4 



Jume SO, 1884.} 



palmer's index to " THE TIMES *' NEWSPAPER. 



Civ 



CtU Actioiis (continued)' 

^— re Chester Unity Benefit Baiiding Socie^, 
I2m5d 

Chidgey v, Whitby, 19 m 6 rf 

Christie v. Barker, 26 a 5 e 

ChriBtopfaer and another u, Croll and others, 

24 / 3 e 

r« Ciril Service and General Stores, 28 ; 5 6 

ex parte Clark— r€ Clark, 14^ 7 6 

Clark V, C^ark and others, 27 ; 8 e —28 i 3 a 

Clothworkers* Company v. Hutchison, 24 a 

3/ 

Coe u. Coe, 80 m 3 / 

Coffin V. Dyke. 24 / 8 e 

ex DMrte Cohen— r» Cuhea, 26 a 5 « 

Colonial Bank v.^hinney, 28 ; 5 a 

Commissioner for Bailways t». Toohey, 18 j 

4 e 

re Composite Ore Company, 24 m 6 a 

re Condansed Milk and Dairy Company, 26 

« 5 e 
Cook p. London, Chatham and Dover Rail- 
way, 22 m 10 e 

re Cooke, 4 a S b 

Cooke w. Shepoard, 6 w 8 « 

Cooksun and Wife v. Swire and others, 24 

mbf 

' re Corkcutting Machinery Syndicate, 28 m 

3d 

re County Court of Derby, 28 m 8 «f 

Courts Acts, 8 a 3 6 

Cramer & Co. v. Carlton, 9 m 3 d—\i m 6 «■ 

Crawfurd v. Royal Exchange Assurance 

Corporation, 20 a 8 i^ 

. Cross V, Winyard, i a We 

Crosse v. Waller. 5 m 4 rf 

Culiiford V. HoUiday, 2Sm'6e 

re Cumberland Road Metal Company, 80 

i4r 

Cundy v. Le Cocq, 27 m 8 ^ 

Curtis V. Bum, 16 m 8 a— 23 m9d 

». Carr and others, 23m Z d 

Davis V. Tanner, 5 a R d 

De Mara v. Concha, 8 m 8 c 

- Direct Spanish Talegraph Company v. Shep- 
herd. 20 m 4 e 

re Dominion of Canada Plumbago Company, 

23 a 5 c 
re Dotey s Patent, 1 1 / 7 c 

Dressier v. Zappert, 14 m S 6 

Duck V. Bates, i'dmid 

Dyer r. North British and Mercantile loaur- 

ance Company, 22 m 10 e 
— - East Grlnstead Justices v, Truscott, 8 • 8 a 

— 23ct5£/ 

Edgington r. Fitzmaurice, 18 m 8 e 

Elkins V. Capital Guarantee Society, 29 m 

Elliott and another v. North St&fifordshire 

Railway, 26 m 6 a— 28 m'df 

Ellis V. Rogers, 5 m 4 d 

re Elmslie and ethers, 25 a 4 a 

Ererettv. Queensland Land and Coal Com- 
pany, \OaSe 

re Explosives Company, \2 m 5 d 

— le Flagstaff Silver Mining Company, 31 m 
6</— 2/4 6^27; Sd 



CiTil Actions (continued). 

Fane v. Donoughmore, 26a6a— 13;4« 

re Florence L^nd and Public Works Com- 
pany and the Anglo-Italian Bank's Claim, 28 
a 7 a 

Foakes v. Beer, 2 a 8 «— ' 7 w 12 c 

Foil V. Bradshaw, 21 m 4 6— 22 m 10 /•— 28 

niAb 
Fox V. Dolby, 29 a 8 a 

Frith w. Trimble, 21 « 6 rf 

- Furlong v. South London Tramways Com- 
pany, 8 m 4 c— 19 m 6 ; 

Fnmess Railway V.Cumberland Co-operatire 

Building Company, 27 j 3 e 
Gantlett ». Grosvenor Bank and Discount 

Company. 23/6 e 
Gas Light and Coke Company v. St. Mary 

Abbots* Vestry, 18 w 4 a - 14 »i 6 d— 16 w ed 

—16 m 8 i— 19 m 6/— 20 m 4 d 
Gibson w. Lon<len and Noith Western. 21 m 

Ha 
Glasifow and South Western Railway w, 

Cuninghame, '2ii a 5 e 

Gooch V. Blake. 23 m 4 a 

Godwin v. Usil, 28 m 4 c 

Gore V, Pennington, 2 m S f 

Grafton & Co. w. Watson ft Co., 16 m 6 c— 

11»7« 

Grand Junction Canal Company v. Regent's 

Canal Company. 25 a 8 / 

re Great Berlin Steamboat Company, 8 m 

8 P 

Great Eastern Railway r. Goldsmld and 

others. 28>6 u 

7'e Great Holway Lead Company, 19 m 6 (i 

• V, Central Wales and Carmarthen Junc- 
tion Railway, 22 a 4 s 

V, Swindon and Cheltenham Extension 



Railway, 7 m 4 « 

and another w. Central Wales and 

Carmarihen Junction Railway and another, 18 

Green i;. Humphreys, 1 o 8 / 

Griffith w. Equitable Reversionary Interest 

Society, 13 m 3e 

V. London and St. Katharine Docks Com- 
pany, 26 ; 4 c 

Grossman v. Granville Club, 10 m 9 4^ 

re Grosvenor Gallery Company, 19 m 6 s— 20 

m 4 e 

Hanson v, British Tea and Trading Com- 
pany, 20 ; 8 c 

Hardy v. Giosvenor Gallei-y Library. 27 m 

8 ^-30 m 3 # 
Harrison r. Leutner, 9 m8 d 

0. National Provincial Bank of England, 

30 m 3 d— 1 1 ; 7 of— 12; 6 /*— 18 ji d 

Harvey t*. Harvey, 9 o 3 rf 

Hasker v. Abrahsm, 6 a 6 e 

Hasfefeld v, Waieham, 27 m 8 s 

re Haven Gold Mining Company, 81 m 6 4 

Hsiwes V. Suuth Eastern Railway, 16>6a 

Hawkins Hill Consolidated Mining Com- 
pany )'. ^h»ke8pear, 26 a 6 a 

re Hendaks. tf a 3 6 

re Henson'a Street Paving Company, 17^ 

3 e 



I»T 



^lLil«a*s iiTDEX fo ^' rafc TiitE4 *' ircwiP4PER. [April 1 ia 



f^yil AotioDf (coii<tntte</>. 

Hettihe¥rage Simaa Appu and otnera v. 

Queen's Advocate of Ceylon, 9mS d 
— Hickmore v. St. George's in the East 
Guardians, 2 a 3 /*- d a 3 e— 21 m 6 k 

Hickmott t^. Harrej, 16 / 6 «• 

1^— Hill V. East and West India Docks Com- 
pany, 4 a 3 a 

' HiHier t\ Douirhty, 31 m 6 / 

Hind V, Russell and others, 6m S h 

Hines v. Lowther. 19 > 3 / 

re Uolway Consols, 26 « l» c 

ii^— Hough a. Augur, 23 m 3 e 

■' Howarth a. Uowarth. 24 a 3 « 

Howe v. Smith, 30 m 8 i 

Hulsekopf V. Wellband and Wigan, Mercert 

4 Co., 24 a 4 a~26 a 3 /-— 26 a 5 « 

Hunt V. Baker, 13y 4 # 

*-~— Hunter v, Johnson, 1 7 ; 4 a 

Hyde v. Benbow, h m^ d 

» — re Ibstock Colliery, 5m i d 

Ince Hall Coal and Cannel Company, IS J 

Jackson u. Williams, 23 ; 5 e 

'. Janes v. Young, 23 m 3 c 

Jenks and others v. Turpin and another, 28 

mSe 

; Jersey v. Woodward and others, 23 a ft c/ 

- ex parte Johnson, & a 5 d 

Johnson v. Mudford, 16 m 3 ^—17 m 12 4~ 

20 m4 c— 27 m 3 €—28 m 3 /*- 28 /5c 

Johnston v. Pate, 13 m 3 « 

i Jones o. ( urling, 24 a 3 ^ 

; V. Shepherd, 23 a </ 

Heeler v. Simpson, 6 m 3 </— 28 m 3 s 

^— rsK^way Electric Log Syndicate, 14 i7 e 

i Kenait v. Great Eastern Railway, 27 ) 3 c 

Kershaw v. Lendon General Omnibus Com- 



_P^/;^2?,4/ 



^ettlewell v. Watson, 30 m 3 c 
— — Kirkman v. Knowles, 2 a 3/ 

Knight and others v. Clark & Co., 23 a 8 d 

Knox V. Brahmapootra Tea Company, 6 a 

<< 

s Lane v. Burdett, 30 »i 3 r/ 

f Lang V, Guthrie, 24 m 6 i 

Lawrrnce v. Lawrence, 15 m 8 c 

Xeeming v. Compton, 5 m 5 6 

i Lefevre v. Lefever, 12/6/ 

re Leic<;ster Clubdand County Racecottrse 

Company, 12 m 8 <^ 

s Lewis V. Aberdare and Plymouth Company, 

8a3« 

Lightfoot V. Crosthwaite and others, 30 m 

Sd 

i re A Limited Company, I2m5 d 

i Line and others v, Warren and others, 12 

j7 a 

a Llanorer v. Homfray, 24 m 6 a 

— London Permanent Benefit Building Socficty 
V. C horley and others, 31 m 6 

School Board v. Duggan, 28 m 3 « 

« V. Wright, 8 a 5 c 

^ Luther v. Gibbs, IH w 3 a— 19 mb d 

* re Macclesfield Assistant Overseer. 8 a 8 a 

«i-*- Macdonald v. Tacquah Gold Minas Com- 
pany, 2 m d c 
26 



CiTil Actiona (cantitmed). 

Maodonell v. Investment Begiatry and Stock 

Exchange, 27 ; 8 e 
*-— re Macintosh and Beauchamp, 26 a € 6 

Mackeniie v. Morris, 14 / 7 « 

Maclean v. Alexandra I>ock and Railway 

Conipany, 16 m 3 a 

Maclaren and others v. Compagnie Francais 

de Navigation a Vapeur and others. 24 1 3 li 

re Manchester and Oldham Bank, 5 n 8 • 

re Duke of Marlborough's Settlement, 19 m 

5</-27m3* 

Marshall and others r. Roccella, 1 m 10 e 

— — M'Mumy v. Jackson, 24^*3 d 

re Matheson, Bros. A Co., l4 ; 7 c 

Mersey Docks and Harbour Board r. 

Llaneilian Overseers, 2 ; 4 6 

Meux V. Tweedmouth, 8 m 3 a 

Michell V. Crass, 5 m 8 6 

*~ Middlesex Justices v Queen, 5 a 5 e 

Midland Railway v. Freeman, 1 a 4 a 

re Millers and General Fire Insttrauce Com- 
pany, 16j 6 c 

re Mirror Laundry Cdiilpahy, 24 m 6 a 

Moore v, Bennett, 22 m iO d 

Mttir A Co. o.Anglo- American Brush Electric 

Light Company, 27/3 d 

Muirhead v. Direct United Stattt CaUe 

Company, 25 j 4 /* 

fie Munns and Longden, 28 a 8 rf 

Murray ». Scott and others. 24 m 8/ 

Musaus V. Hunting and Hindmarah, 26 

10 d 

re Mutusl Society. 18/4 •—20 ; 8 </ 

ifarpat Singh v. Nawab Ali Husain, U 1 7 r 

re New North Staffordshire Coal and Iron 

Company, 19 m 5 s 

Newson and othetv v. Pender, 2m3c 

re Nillius' Extradition, 31 m 6 «— liy 7 a 

Nix and another v. Rust, 4 a 3 c 

Noah V, Owen, 14 iii5 c 

Norris ». Warden, 23 m 4 a 

North British and London Stock Exchange 

Agency v. Emmett, 30 m 3 e 

Eastern Railway v. Cairns, 12 / 7 a 

re North and South Woolwich Subway Com- 
pany, 30j4 c 

re Staffordshire Working Man's Permanent 

Benefit Building Sodety, \0m9d 
re Northern Counties Of England Fire In- 
surance Company, 2a3e— 4a8 a 

ex parte Worton— re Mansel, 12 at 5 4 

re Olathe Silver Mining Company, I2m$ d 

re Oldenburg, 88 a 5 a 

re Oriental Bank Corporation, 5 m 4 «— 7 m 

4 €--16 m 3 a— 17 m 12 </— 23 m 8 47—24 m f a 
~S7 m 3 a-31 m 6 d-^U / 7 c 

Orr Ewing v, Orr Ewing, 24 a 3/— 26 a i s 

—80 a 4/— 1 IN 10 ^—5 m 4 «-l4 mltd 

Page V. Harnson, 22 m lOy— 23 m$d 

PaUant v. Latham, Nash and Howard, 81 et 

4« 

^— Palmer 0. Johnson, 14 la 6 8 

i'arneU i;. West, 21 a 8 </ 

Partab Narain Singh v, Tiilo Kinath Su(gK 

30/4 c 
PcatHK'k 1;. Sinclair, 25 a 8 e 



Jtme 10, 1884.] 



PALMKR'8 index to *' THB TIHES*^ NEWdl'APBIt. 



Ct9 



Pivil Actions {continued), 

Peanon i;. Feanon, 2 m 3 c 

Pecket and Thompson v. Short, Bros., 27 m 

3a 
Peninsular and Oriental Steaa NaTigation 

("ompanj v, Cayzer and others, 8 m Cf c 

Pettitt and others 9. Mere, 1 m 10 € 

- — Phelps, StQkes 4 Co. v. Con^ber, l9mB.d 

Philips u. Boyd, 14 m 6 « 

Plantagenet-Harrison w. Watson, 80 #« S e 

r Pliipmer fuid another v. Wellington, New 

Zealand, Corporation. 26 j 10 </ 

Poasonbj v. Ponsooby, 8% m9h 

Pool V. Crawcour and others, \3jid 

- — Pouoel V. Tod-Heatley, 31 mSd 
--— Powers p. Porter, 29aSd 

^ — Price V, Bala and Festiniog Railway, 8 m 8y 
— ^ Priestman v. Thomas and others, 12 / 6/ — 
17>4b 

Prince Salm-Kyrburg r. Posnanski, 26 a 6 a 

-: r« Pyramid El^triu Company, 28 a 7 a 

Queen v. Board of Trade, 16 m 6 ^ 

r V. Bromwich School Bo«rd, 80 m 3 6—81 



m«/ 



V. Carter, 7 o 4 c 

V. Cheshant Local Bqard, 8 a 8 ^ 

». Cooke 31 m % e 

p. Cox and Railton, 7 a 4 c— 28j 5 «— 28 

— — ». Croydon County Court Judge, 81 m € cf 

-r V. De Banks, 12 m 5 d 

». Doutre, 1 9 ; 8 a— 20 ; 3 a 

V. Haslehurst, 1 1 ; 7 s 

V Headington Union Guardians, \0m9 d 

». Johnson, 30 ; 4 d 

V, Levels of Fobbing Commissioners of 

Sewers and others, bmb a 

». Mallory, \2 nib€ 

V. Powell and othars, 27 m 3 6 

». Stephenson, 30 ; 4 c 

V. Stepney Union, 23 m 3 

V. Yates, 3 a 3 c 

T — r« Railway Coinpensatiqn C|aim. 15 m 6 ^ 
Kajah Ajit Singht v, Uajah Hijai Singh and 

another, 23 7 6 d—Mb f 4c 
re Ramsgate and Margate Tramways, 24 m 

6a 

Read r. Anderson, 30 m 6 c 

r Reinhardt v, London and South Western 

Railway, 7 mb b 

1 ex parte Revell— re Tollemache, 21 ; 6 c 

Roberts v. Oppenhein^, 20 j 3 d 

Robinson v. Tucker, \ m \0 h 

-. re Rochdale Joint Stock Bank, IdmBd 

re Roger's Electric Light and Power Comr 

pany. b m A d 
- — KolU r. Miller, 29 m 3 d 

Rusher v, Rosber, 29 m 3 d 

Ross, Smy the & Co. t;. tilnnington, 4 a 3 e 

—23 > 6 a 

RosseU p. Parker. 19 m 5 e 

— - Salter v. Smith, 25 jAf 

" haaigutiiett e». Arthar, 2 ci 10 d 

Saunders r. Freeman, 1 a 4 6 

-; — Sauroma t^. firans & Co., 26 ; 10 d 

St. Helen's Corporation u. St. Helen's 

^Ilicry Company, 267 b a 



OivU Action^ {conXmwd), * 

Saville w, Harwood, if mS f 

re Scott, 1 a 4 6—2 a 4 o— 3 a 3 /— 4 a 8 4 

—6 a 5 /— 8 a 3 c— 9 a 4 c— 10 a 3 a— 16 ; 6 c 

— 23 10 d 
Soott V, London and South W^tem Bank^ 

8a3a 

p. Taylor. 2 a 3/ 

Searl w. Gissing, 1 2 7 7 k 

Shaw y. Fort Philip and Colonial Gold Min-. 

ing Company. 2(f m 4 

Sheppard v. Horell 3 a 3 c 

V. Nelson, 20 ; 8 a 

re Silver Feak Mining Company, 27 mSb 

Simmons v. Great Northern RaUway, 2J m, 

8e 
^— Sir Fon Ceimpany v, Lirerpool. Barrow anc^ 

Weat Cumberland Steamship Company, 6 m 3. 

d-7m6c 

Smith V, Darlow, 10 a 3 r 

SoUcitor-General foj New Zealand »,. 

Williams, 10 a 3 a 
re Solicitors, 5 a 5 e— 23 a 5 </— 20 m 4 <?- 

21j6i^ 

re South Gresham. Bank, 5 m 4 e 

Kensington Mutual Electric Lighting and 

Supply Company, 31 m C cf 

Speller d. Bristol Steam Navigation Com- 
pany, 8 m 3 e 

Squires v, Arnion and others. 26 ; 10 d 

— — re Standard Fire Office Company, 19 /n 5 a 

re Steel Company of Canada, b a 6 d 

Stewart v. Crooke and others, 16 ; 6 6 

Svendsen v. Wallace, 10 o 3 6 

Taylor v. PiUen Joel and General Electrie 

Light Company. 10 m 9 il 

- 71s Temperi^nce and General AdTaaoe and 
InyeRtmeiit Company. 10 m 9 ef 

Thorburu v. Crawford, 14 m 5 c 

Tidy ». Anuleaey, 25 / 4 e 

Turnbull, Martin &, Co. v, Tafif Vale Rai\ 

way. 27 » 3 e 

Turpiij I*. Jenka and others. 25 7 4 f 

Tyer v. Waters, 1 a 3^ 

re United Cambrian Copper Mining Com- 
pany, 26 a 5 e 

Stock Exchange Company, 5n4e— 19ni 

5f 

United Telephone Company v. London and 

Globe Ti'lephone and Maintenance Company, 
14m56 

»'. Hebtlen. 19 m 5 e 

- Valla nee v. Falle, 26 m 6 a 

Vassall V, Swindon, Marlborough and And- 

over Hallway, 24 ni G & 

Tansle v. Baker, 13 m 3/— 14 m b e 

re Vurnon and Eweiia, 16 ; 5 c 

re Victor Gas Knginea Uompai^, 81 m 6 cf' 

Vogt V. Knights. Stocks & Co., 2 a 3 e 

Wakelin v. London and South Wester^ 

Railway, 17 ni 12« 

Walker r. Bradford Old B^nk. 2 n 3 / 

and others v. Mi(](lan 1 liailway, 5 a 6 a 

— ■ Walui^lcy V. Muudy, S aS a 

Walters v. Lai^cashire and Yorkshire Raik 

way, 2-2 w lOd' 

VVarwick v. I'ownall, 26 m 14 A 

27 



Civ 



PAUUCR'8 IMDEX TO ** THX TfWBS " NEWSPAPSR. 



[April I lO 



Civil Actions (continved). 

Wandsworth Bourd of Works v, PoatnaMter- 

General, 30 « 6 d—2\ m6e 

■ V. United Telephone Company, 14 m 5 «^ 

1S>4 6— U/7* 

-^ Ward V. Sittingboume and Sheerness Rail* 
way, H m bb 

V. SuUiyan. 27 m 8 • 

Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Com- 
pany V. Patterson 24 ; 3 a 

— — r< Watlington and Princes Risborough 
Kail way, \0 m d d 

-^— Watson V. Johnson, 25 a 8/ 

Weadon v, Reading 24 « 8 / 

Webnter v, Evans, 12/76 

^— — V. Maachester, Sheffield aid Lincolnshire 
Railway, \OmSd 

Weldon v, De Bathe, 29 m 8 « 

V. Gounod, 18 m 8 / 

V. Johnson, 27 w 3 c— 30 m 3 c 

V. Lloyd, 80 w 3 rf 

V. Neal 18 ; 6 />-26 ; 10 d 

V. Riviere. 26 j 4 « 

V. Weldon, 28 iw 8 </ 

V, Winslow, 2 a 8 /— 8 o 8 /•— 9 a 4 * 

Wertheimer v. Mnckay, 1 4 m 5 e 

_ ^ r« Wfcst End Dairy Farm Company, 24 m 6 a 

Holway Lead Comoany. 27 m 8 i 

Lisburne Mines Company. 16 ; 6 <• 

Westinghouse Lancashire and YorkFliire 

Kail way. 10 a 8 e— 28 m 8 J— 14 ^ 8 6 

~ Whalley v. Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 1 a 8/ 

t\ Thomas and GunnelL 2ai b 

re Wheal Elizabeth Mining Company, '.6; 

5c 

re Whiteharen Hematite Iron and Steel 

Company, 8 a 8 a 

W hitehayen Union Rural Sanitary Authority 

V. Cockermouth Union Rural Sanitary Au- 
thority and Cockermouth and Workingtoa Joint 
Water Committee, 30 a 4 / 

. Whyte V. Ahrens, 10 a 8 6 

re Wilkins and others, 19 m 5y 

Wilkinson v, CoU>er, 1 a 4 « 

Williams i:. Eglinton and others, 1 e 8/ 

Willshire v. Great Northern iiailway, 28 m 

3/ 

— — Wood r. Bower and another, 9 m Zd 

ex parte Woodall— rs Woodall, 28 ; 6 « 

«— — re York Club, 5 m 4 s 

Civil Service Appointments, sft OrFiciAL 

Commissioners, 28th Report. 24 ; 10 c 

Supply Association, 10 a 11 c 

Writers, Note on, 12 a 10/ 

Clacton-on-Sea and General Land, Building and 
Investment Company, 21 m \'S*» 

Clare (Sister Mary Frattces) the Roman Church 
and the Domestic Training of Girls, 167 4 d 

-^- Private Audience of the Pope on her Insti- 
tution. 24 m 7 iT 

Clark cDr. G. B.) on the Duke of ArgyU and the 
Highland Evictions, 19 m 8 / 

Clarke (Soniers) on the Chatham and Dover 
Company's New Station, 1 1 o 10 a 

Clemenceaii (M.) Annual Address to his Con- 
stituents, 26 m 7 / 
^8 



Clements (Edwin") on Mr. Chamberlain's Railway 
Commission Bill, 10 a 7 a 

Clerical Appointments, 1 a 10 /— 3 a 9 f—Z a 
10 «— 7 a 10 /— 10 a 6 e— 14 a 12 a— 22 « 7 e 
—24 a 10 c- 25 o 9 «— 28 m 9 d—SO a 7«~1 m 
6 c— I m 9 /-8 ml f 8 m 10 c-6 jn 8 ft— 5 
m 9 /—7 m T «- 8 m 10 e— 10 m 10 c— 13 m 9 • 
—14 m 6 </— 16 m 6/— 20 m 8 /— 22 m 7 rf— 24 
JUS /•-26m lOr— 27«8e-29 m-7«-2 ; 11 
/— *J 6/-7 ; 12 e-9j 8 /— 10^ 9 e-Uj 7 4 
— 12in /-14;9<?— 14i I2i-16;9c— 18> 
12e-19;6e-20 ; II /"— 21 ills— 28 j 12/ 
-_24 ; 9 ^—26 ; 6 A— 2R / 6 «— 80/ 6 a 

Clerkenwell, Insauitary Dwellings m, 5 a 12 e 

Clereland Ironmasters Association, 3 a 1 1 b 

Clock and Watch Makers* Asylum, New South- 
gate, Annual Dinner, 19 a H J 

Coaching Club. 19 m 12 c 

Season, 15 a 9 « 

Coal Co-Operative Society, 2 7 11 i 

OOAL:— 

the Arbitrators Award of Reduction Refuted 

by the Men, 9 t 8 s 

from Australia, bj % f 

Durham Coal Owners Association, Meeting 

at Newcastle, 18/9 t 
Imports and Exports from the Port of 

London, 9 a 11 b—b m 13 6—57 1 1 6 

- Meeting on the Question of Wages at 
Birniinghxtn. 21 m 13 flf-27 ; lOy 

Official Circular to Owners and Proprietors, 

\9m%d 

Shipped at Grimsby, 12 7 11 6 

Stale of the Market, tee er^y day a ptoper 

Ck)bden Club. Dinner at Greenwich, 3O7 7 h 

the MedaUist for 18S4, 31 m 9 / 

Winner of the Silver Medal for Politit-al 

Economy in the Calcutta University, 1 2 c- 5 6 

Codrington (Gen.) on the Wellington Statue* 

Hrn^d 
Coffee, State of Trade in. $ee PaoDcca Markkt 
Cohen (L. L.) Conversion of the National Debt, 

6; II / 
Coinage Bill, 2 7 C /" 
Coins— PricrSale List of I^rd Bagot*s Collection, 

at Sotheby's. 24 m IHe 
Cole r Aliin S.) on the South Kensington Museum, 

CoWnttQ fF. E.) on Umnynmsna. 2fi m 10 r 
Coleri(li,'e \,ljnrd Chief Justice; Health of, 21 ; 10 

*— 2«i I2a-2fi 6 rf 
Collard (E. C.) the New Code and its Pecuniary 

KesulU. 4ii4r— 17o7/ 
Colliery Aci'iden^s, see Accidents -Miwino 
Colonial App'iiutments, 5 a f/— 23 u t» d—ti irt 

iyh-i 1 \\ ff 

Company, 10 m 13 e 

Govern rnent Securities, State of Shares in, 

$ee ere. y dvy^a paper 

Prisoners Removal Bill, 2 a Id d 

Praduce Market, see each days pa/ter 

Colonies. Blue Book on, 27 m i< e 

Colorado Mortgage and Investment Companv. 14 

i 15 r 
Commercial Integrity— Testimonial to Mr, S» 

Oi*born of Sheffield on his Paying up in fuU^ 

23 a 12 i 



*Tiine 30, 1884.] 



PALMKtt 6 INDEX TO " THE TIMES " N£WgI*Ar£B. 



Cot 



Commercial Intelli^neo, aee tvtry dn^'t P^'P^r 

- Nufices, M6 ajttr Movkt Mahket, in tach 
*i 'v^M pofffr 

CamptnwA, MiscelUneous, Statt of Shares in, 
iff evrry days paper 

How they are formed. 9 w 10 t 

('nngregational Union, 5;Sra Annual Sewion. 14 

m 5 It 

on the Gorernmeiit VoWnj, 24 m 10 i 

CONGO : - 

Attitude of the BelKium Oovernment with 

Reg ml to the Treaty. 28 a 5 £» 

l:*rince Bismarck on. 16 w 5 6 

Mr. flapper's Lecture on. 8 a 4 « 

Decln rations Exchanged between the United 

St,ite« and the International Association of, .1 
m 6 «— 14 m 1 c 

('apt. Elliott Appointed Administrator, 2 

ale 

and France, 9 wi 5 ^ 

and Oerniany. 2^ m 5 r 

and the Glasgow ( hanibor of Commerce, 12 

w8 / 

Sir Jones Jenkins at Swansea against, 22 

a o e 

Me«*tings to Consider, 10 a 7 6—15 a 8/— 

26 a \t a 

Memorial to Government on the Treaty, 19 

a 9 « 

Miscellaneous News, 4 a 5 c— 22 a 5 e— 14 

« 7 C--27 m 8 e 

Notes about, 14 a 3 n— 16 a 8 6—24 a 6 / 

—30 a 4 rf— 7 m 4 rf— 19 m 6 a— 2 ; 12 6—16 

/*/ 
— Notices about. 2« <i 1 1 /— 5 m 7 e— 7 w 7 c 

&</— 31 i» 7cl— II ;6fl— 19;6£/-30 ; 6 <? 

and Portugal. 12 m 7 /— 19 /« 7 /"- 28 /n o e 

and Mr. Stanley. 16 a 8 a 

Account of. 1 4 w 3 « 

Treaty wiih England, 1 a 5 rf— 14 a 6 rf— 29 

m b ft 

Text of, 8 »i 7 / 

and the United Statc«, 24 a 5 e 

(^onaoiencc Money, 1 a 9 / — ;i a 9 /— 6 a 10 d— 

la 10 <?— 14 tt 10 /— 16 a <» «— 25 a 9 /— 28 a 
7 /— 2 m 5 tf— 8 m 12 r — 6 mi 8 A— 10 m 12 a— 
15 m 9 s— 16 IN o /— 17 m 7 </- 20 w 10 6—21 
m 13 if— 23 M 1 1 <f-81 IN 14 a— 2 ; 9 #—7 ; 13 
6—12^ 7y— 14> 13 /— 17 >6 c— 2l> 13/— 23 
7 13 • 
Conaenratiye Land Society, 9 a 1 1 c 
Conservative Associations, Meeting of, in London, 
9n5/— 19m8 6 

Banquet at Bath, 8 m 9 / 

at Grantham to Sir Welby Gregory, 5 

76e 

Demonstration at Canterbury, 21 a 6 6 

Dinner at the First Avenue Hotel, Holbom, 

7 m 12 6 

Disunion, 22 m 7 s 

Leaders on the Neoetaity of Appealing to 

the Country, 18 ; liy 

at Birmingham. 16 a 7 a 

Meeting at Chester, 81 at 12 c 

at Devonport, 5 f « « 

at Lincoln, 12 ; 7 s 

— — at Luton, 3 a 10 a 



Conservative Meeting at Manchester, 16 a 12 if 

■ at Newton Abbot. 20 / 8 c 
— in St. Pancras. 2 w 8 rf 

Meetings, 16 a 9 /'— 19 a 8 a— 22 ml ak e 

Members, Meeting of, at the Carlton Club, 

10 w Vin 

Open Air M «rii»g at Epworth. 22 a 7 rf 

Party. Meeting ai ilie Carlton Club,26y 9/ 

—27 ; 5 e 

Union. «« National 

■ of Associations. Notes on, 31 m 14 a — 3 

>8/— 4 . 7 /— 6t 7rf-»7 9 h 
^— ^ Propose a Conference at Sheffield, 14 / 

13 /— 28 ; 11 /• 
Conservatives and the Anglo-French Agreement, 

25 ; 9 / 
Consolidated Telephone Construction and Main* 

tenance Company, 19 wi 13 r- 24 m 13 r 
Constitutional Union, Annual Dinner at St. 

JameH*s He«laurant. 18 ;4 a— 21 ; 12 a 
Fourth Dinner of the Session, 26 a 7 /— 29 

m 7./ 
Contagious Diseases Act, Deputation to Govern- 
ment about, II ; 5 c^ 

Mr. Gladstone*s Reply to a Deputation to 

Repeal. 30; 10 e 

Contemporary Verse, 5 m 3 a 
Convalescent Act, 26/9/ 
Homes. 19 « 14 c 

Relief, Not* on, 28 in 10 6 

Convict Prison Wirders, Note on. 18 a 7/ 
Convicts of New Caledonia. 1 7 a 8 r 
Convocation, Meeting of both Houses, 14 m 5 a 

— 15 m 8 /»— 16 m 3 /— 17 in 6 e 
New Proctor. 18> 12 6—25 ; 10 6 

Vacancv in 1 1 a 4 6 

of York Meeting, 21 a 11 /— 23 a 12 c— 25 

a 10 a— 30 a \2 c 
Cook (Charles) on the Prisons of Egypt, 19 a 7« 
Coope (O. S.) on the Water Question, 4 ; 12 6— 

24 » 4 /• 
Co-Operative Congress, 16th Annual at Derby, 

3,'4rf_4; 10 rt- 5/ 11 t 
Copiapo Mining Company, 20 /lid 
Copyhold KnfranchiHement. 5cl2/-«18a7/ 
Copy light Conft'rence. 30 ; 6 / 
Corea snd England. 22 m 5 e 
Corn, State of the Market, sea every daye poptr 
Corps of ( *ommissionaires, 5 a 6 6—3 m 13 e 

Annual Inspection. 29 m 11/— 16 / 10 a 

- Donations Towards, 7 w It c— 31 m 9/— 7 
j\Oc 

and the Officers' Endowment Fund, 7 m 10 c 

TestimoniHl to Capt. Walter, Founder of 

the (^orps. 21 m 7 /^14> 8 c 
Corrupt Practices Act, Annual Conferenoe on, at 

Derby, 22 m 7 e 
Cosens (F. W.) Wine Trade for the Quarter, 15 

Deadlock with Spain, 22 a \0 d 

Costa (Sir Michael) Ulnest of, 14 a 8 a--16 a 8 
a— 17 a 5 /— 18 a 7 6—19 a 10 a— 21 a 7 6^ 
22 a 8 6—23 a 7 /— 24 a 9y— 25 a 9 e— 28 a 9 
er- 29 ab d 
Cotton, Sute of the Market, ses every day'tpa^ 
^^ Wagea AglUtioa in Lftncishire, 2 1 7/ 
M '49 



Cot 



palmkh's ikbkx t* ** m Tins newspapck. 



[AprOlU 



i *otton Traikof Lancathire, 19 m 9 «~28 m 6 a— 

Tot ton (Alderman) Protest to the Report of the 
Ciij Lirery Compauiet Conimisaion, 28 ; 6 a 

Coantj Courts, Returns of Business done m, 16 
; 18 e 

Frfinchi«e Bill and the Corrupt Practices 

Act, \\ aUb 

(fOTernment Bill, 1 « 10« 

t33URT OF ALDEBXEN :-- 

Aldermsii Hadley Resigns, 14 7 14 c 

Appointments, 14 ; 14 e 

Death of the Duke of Albany, 1 a 10 c 

Elections, 9 a 10 4 

I^ocal Government Bill, 28 a 5 /* 

Meetings, 1 a 10 c~9 a 10 6—28 a $/-14 

;l4r 

- New C orone r, 14/14 e 
CJURT OIROULAB:— 

Death of the Duke of Albany, Address of 

SyiiipHthy to the Queen from the Wesleyau 
Rixiv. 12 a 10 » 

of the Northbrook Indian Club, 16 a 8 b 

fn>ni the Dublin Unirersity, 14 a 7 s 

Arrival of Royal Personages to Attend 

ilu* Funeral. 4 i\0 h 

Ceremonial Proceedings at Cannes, 2 a 



of the Reception of the Remains at 

Windsor. 6 u 12 c 
^- ..xecution of his Royal Highness* Will, 4 

ti 9 / 
Freemasons* AddreM of Condolence, 26 

«f 7 « 

Funeral Arrangements, 1 a 10 a~2 a 18 



Oonrt Oiicalar {eanttnued). 

EngUnd. 2 a 12 a— 8 a 10 a— 4 a 10 «— 6 a 12 

0—10 tf 6 ff 
Reception of the News of his Death ia 

Southern Italy, 7 a If a 
Resolutions of Condolenoe, 5 a 12 4—% m 

10 »— 9 a 8 0- II a 7y— 24 hi 10 a 
• from Foreign Courts, 4 / 10 & 



ri-8a 10 6— 5 a 12 a 

Procession, 7 a 8 a 

Senriccs at Home and Abroad, 7 a 6 s 

— rt a 10 6—23 m H e 

letter of the Queen in Return for the 

viNny Expressions of Sympathy Keceived, 17 

a .'> / 
List of the Names of those who Sent 

Wreiths or Crosses, 19 a 7/ 
.. lA>ndon Stock Rxchange to be Closed on 

the l>Hy of the Funeral, 3 a 1 1 a 

Notes sbiMit, 8 a 10 6—21 w 7/-4 ; 10 6 

Personal KeooUections of, hy Mr. Myers, 



25 «t 1 1 / 

Portraits of, Presented by the Queen to 

Lt. Munro, Sergt Tonner and Eight High- 
landers who Carried the Remains to the Chafiel, 
on the Day of the Funeral, 22 m 9 f 

i Programme of the Funeral Procession at 

Windsor, B a \2 d 

Proposed Memorial Window to, in Salis- 
bury Cathedral. 18 7 It « 

m the Public Admitted to St. George's 

Chapel to View the Wreaths, 9 a 8 « 

„^ — Public Buildings to be Closed on the Day 
ef the Funeral. 4 a 10 6—7 a 8 « 

.. the Queen Proposes to Buy the Villa 

Navada and Build a Memorial Chapel on the 
Spot, 17 ill 11/ 

Visiu the Duchess at Claremont and 

Esher. 8 a 10 a— 12 m 11 /— 17 mid 

Kemoral of the Remains from Cannes to 

<^0 



Reyal Visitors to the Funeral, LeaTing, 

9a86 

Visits of the Queen to the Royal Widow, 



2 a 12 c 

Wreaths from the Cape, 22 » 9 /— 23 » 

10 a 

Albany, Duchess of, Notices about, 23 a 8 

0—80 /9s 

Duchess of Cambridge, Russian Order Con- 
ferred on, 21 i 11 /* 

Duke of Cambridge. Morements of, 20 a 10 

• -29w9/-19> lOd— 27;9« 

Duke of Connanght, Birthday of, 2 m 8 il 

Conri at Bahnoml. 24 m 7 s 

■ lieaves Balmoral for Windsor, 2i j 10 6— 
26 / 5 / 

for Balmoral. 23 m 9 /— 27 » 9 / 

— •— l>niwing Rooms held by the Queen, 2 a 6/ 

Duke of Gdiiiburgh in Greece, tf « 10 a 

■ in MaltH, 15 a 6 # 

^— Movements of, \Ct m 6 f—\7 m 7 d — 22 m 
12 «-2 / 9 /-6 ,9 r-7 7\\ f- 19 ; 9 / 

Duchess of Edinburgh. 17 « <J /*-24 m 12 a 

—28 m 5 e-30 wi 8 €--'l j 8 a— « / 7/— 5 ; 9 e 
— 7>7«— 23; S2 6 

AceouclK'ment of, Mf BiaTHS 

BuUetinP, 22 ,1 5 /- 23 a 1 1 /— 24 ah f 

Christening of iho Child, :9 a 11 / 

Grand Duke of Hesse, Movements of, 13 nt 

10 c -22 m 7 <f-23 m 9 /— 24 m 7 e— 31 m9 f 
Crown Prince of Germany Vists the Quoeu, 

4 a 6^—7 « 10 a 
Levee held hy the Prince of Wsles. 25 ; 8 o 

Maundy Thursday Distribution, 9 a 5 «-> 

11a 8/ 

Grand Duchess of Mecklenbnrg-Strelitx, 

Movements of, 17 m 7 <f— 20 m 10 a 
Notices of, »te every day's paper 

Orders for the Court to go into Mourning, 

7 »• 5 /-24 m 3 ^ 

Prince Albert Victor. 18 ; 5 c— 21 y 11/ 

- Prince George of Wales. Movements of, 1 a 
9 /- 12 a ^ /— 80 a 10 a — 10 m l**, c— 10 m 12 
a -2« m 1 1 /-31 m 1 1 «— 4 ; 10 «— 16 ; 8 6 

Prince Imperial, Anniversary of the Death 

of, 2»9/ 

Prince of Leinengen in England. 20 m 10 a 

Prince William of Prussia, Movements of, 

24 m 12q— 27 m 9 /* 

Prince of Waldeck-Pyrmont, Movements 

of . 9 CI 8 6 

— Prince of Wales. Movements of, 2^9 /*— 3 
J 7 /'— 6 f 6 •— 8 ) 6 e-Gi 9 /"- 7i lly— 9 ; 11 
/^\IJ 6y-18 ; 9y — i6>12/— 17y9/— 24 
/9 6 

Notices about, 7 a 10 a— 1 m 9 e— 12 m 

11 /-13 m 10 c— 14 m 11 rf— 15 w 9/— 19 m 9 
/^21 m 7 /-i:4 m 10 a— 26 m 10 c-27 m 5 ^ 
—27 91 H d-2>i m 5 4^-81 mils 



^nn% SO, 1884.] rALURR's indbz to thk " times " newspapkr. 



rrr 



Goujt Gbcular (ron/tnue^. 

Prince of Wales, French Courtesy to, at 

Windsor, 6 a 5 b 
in Paris, 16 m 5 c ft d—l7 m 7 c— 22 m 9 

/•— 29 mbd 
' Eeported Visit of Fenians to his Hotel, 

19 at 11/ 
and Princess of Wales, 9 a 9 y— 19 a 12 

<?— 21 a 9/— 6 j 9 «— 14 J 10 «?— 28; 12 «-80 

>9 c 
•^^^ Prince and Princess Louia of Battenfoerg 

at Windsor Castle, 12 m 1 1 /—SO ; 9 e 
PrinoeM Beatrioe, 27tfa Birthday of, 15 a 

7/ 

Princess Christian, Birthday of, 26 m 10 « 

— Princess Louise, Movements of, 26 o 9 y— 

10 m 12 a— 13 m 10 c-21 m 7 /— 22 m 12 a— 

30j9€ 
Bids Farewell to a Party of Female 

Emigrants to Canada, 28 w 5 • 

Princess of Wales, Movements of, 16 m 5 / 

Queen's Birthday, Notices 26 a 10 4—2 m 

6 e-9 SI 9 /— 21 m 5 €-26 m 9 6 

Accession, Festival Service in Comme- 



moration of, 19/ 8 c— 21 ; 12 f 

Coronation Day, 28 j 12 a— 80./ 9 / 

and the German Emperor, 9 « • c 



Leavet* for Balmoral, 22 m / 
Movements of, 7 a 10 o— 9 a 8 A— 10 a 9 

/— 13 a 9 /— 10 m 12 o— 15 m 9 /— 2« w 10 « 

—21 M 7 /-6;9/-13»9/— 16j»^-l8i H 

y— 24; 9 6—28 » \2a 
Visit to Darmstadt \A a 9 /— 16 « 7 « - 

16 a 9/— 17 a 9 /— 18 o oe-Win 7 e 
^— Queen of Greece, Visit to St. Petersburg. 

Utf 7y 
of the Netherlands, Movements of, 1 o 9 

/— 7 a 10 a— 9 a 10 A 
OOUBT OF COMMON GOUNGIL :— 
Central Technical Institution, 2« ; 6 h 

City Coroner. Appointment of New, 17 a 

4/— aOfli 12^—13; 10 e 

Death of the Duke of Albany, I a 10 c 25 

a 10^— 30iw 12 a 

Grants. 13 ; lU «— 28^ 6 6 

Finances. 4a Mr 

LfOndon AlmMioUfes Rt Brixton. 4 // 10 r 

— Guven meni Bill. Mei'tings to i onsider, 

19 a 14 a— 16 m lo // - 'J8 / ti b 

• Markets Committee 4 o 10 r 

Meetings, 1 « lu .— 4 /i 10*— 17 a 4/— 19 

a 14 a—Hi m 10 d—'S') m 10 i—ld i I0«— 28 

Technical Education. 4 a I() o 

Water Companies, 30 /» 1 2* « 

Courtney (Ijeonard) on the Govi-rnmcnt and 

Obstruction, 11 a 7y 
Coutts(F. B. Money) Philanthropic Work, 5 m 

4« 
Cofent Garden, Cry from, 26 ; 11 y— 28 * 12 rf 
i 'owen (Joseph) at Newcastle, 27 m 8 e— 3 ; 6 a 

on Conservative Policy. 6.; 7 e 

C'r«btne, near Plymouth Discovery of the Body 

of a Man at, either a Suicide or Murdered, 7 a 

We 
Cracow, Bomh thrown into the Police Station at, 

2li a 7 c—'^i a o i — 25 a it e 



Cremation of an American Lady, at Gotha. 22 'i 
6 6 

Discovery of a Crematorium near Lincoln 

CAthc<lral, 9 ; o c 

Sir ITioma* More's Idea of, 7 /« 6 fc 

Note on, 7 m 6h 

the Remains of Profcsror Gross at the Le- 

moyr e Furnace, 9 m 5 a 

Crete, Miscellaneous News. 2 « 7 </— 28 m b d—2 

Cricli ton -Browne (J.) on Over Pressure in Kle- 

)m ntary Scliools, 16 j 6 b 
Cnmean Cemeteries, 31 m 12 d— 7 / 14 />— / ." *i 
Crioiinai Department of the Home Office, TJ m 

11 « 

Investigation Department, 11 ,; 10 r/ 

Law Amendment Bill, Notes on, 17 u (i < -^ 

18u6e 

Lunatics, 26 »" 7 d 

OBIMINAL TBIALS:— 

Abbott, Chas^ for Fraud, 22 n 4 « 

- - Abiahams. Abraham, for Wounding, 9 a 

12 a 

Adams, John, for Stealing, 7 w 5 r 

Alien, James, and others, fur Burglary, 26 

flf 146 
Andrew, M. A., for Perjury. 6 w 4 d 

Backs. John for Stlliug Obscene Photo« 

graphs. 11 a 10 a 

— — Ball, James, as a Rogue and Vagabond, 24 

;8/ 
Barge, Joseph, for Libel, 24 a 12 * 

Ha rtie, Wm., for Stealing. 22 « 4 « 

llMrton, Morris, for Fnud, V4 n A h 

— Beiliak, Iwona and Anna, for Murdering 

their Father, 18; 7c 
Berntein, Barnett, for Stealing. 30 a 14 a 

hliick, Robt., for Murder, 19 m 9/ 

Bolton, John, for Murder, 22 /« 11 / 

Bracken and Holmes, for Possessing Ezplo^ 

sives, 10 a 6 a 



Bradley, John, for Stealing, 6 w. 8/ 

----- - B„, 

27 m\0 f' 



Bromley, Fred., and others, for Burglary. 



Brown, E. M.. and another, for Neglect of 

Duty. » M 4 a 
BuckhoU, Johnnn, for Maaslaughter, 15 w 

10 r 
Huckridge C has., for Furious Driving, 1 1 

A 10 f«— 28 tt a a 
H 11 CO vies, and others, for Burning the Stadt 

Thea.treat Vienna, 11/5 *— 17 j 6 6—19/ 

or 

Burnham Fllen for Wounding, 30 a 14 a 

liurton, Henry, for Fraud, 28 a 6 6 

Bu iter. Daniel and another, for Misdemean- 
our, 24 7 11 <tf 

Cantalla, Carlo, for Forgery, 26 ; 10 f 

Charbonnel, Marie, for Throwing Vitriol 

at her i^educer, 16 m 5 if 

Clarke, Arthur, for Fraud, 8 w G « 

0. T., for Stealing, 22 a 4 « 

ClHXton, Walter, and another, for Burglary^ 

21 M He 

(.Mfirjr, Emily, for Murder, C m A d 

•— — Coleman, Anniuel, for Manslau4;ht(T, 23 si 

10 fl 

31 



Cil 



PAT.UCr'S index to " TtIB Tf^ES " MKWSPAPRR. 



[April I ti 



Criminal Trials (continueff), 

Clifford. John, fur Sienlinur, 23 n (i h 

' (\)lliiiH, John, for Stealing, 11 a lu c 

- — (\H)le. Selina, for Infantici<i(>. 24 a 12 « 

(-ooliiig, Fred., for Incendiari«ni. 2«/ 10 / 

Pef.ies. Henrjr, for Stealing. 13 ; II / 

l)*Enyer, E. V. 1).. for Fraud, 18 10 e 

— — Ducjc, A. E., for Fraud, 23 fi t> a 

. Dupanloup, Geo., aad another, for Stialing, 

14; tf 6 

• Dutson. Wm.. for Embezzlement. 7 w He 

Edwards, F. G. for Stealing, 12 j 7 b 

Evans, R. L.. for Manslaughter, 14 w 12 / 

Fairchild. John, for .\Ianslati};hTpr. H a A f» 

Fitzgerald. Wni., lor Attempted Murder. 24 

a 12 a 
' Furlong, Wm., for ReceiTing Stolen Pro- 
perty, 23 a 6 a 

• Garland, Rich., for Assault, 23 ni 10 </ 

. Gill. Wm., Stealing. 24 ; 4 « 

GiUman, Rcr. J. F. N., for Libel, 2« a 10 e 

—26 a 12 rf 
< Gooding, Edw., and another, for Stealing, 

27 m\0 f 

Gourley, W. J., for Fraud, 8 a 8 rf 

Green, Samuel, for Frau '». 21 w 14 a 

Griffin. John, for Attempted Burglary, 18 

n 1<)« 
~ Gyll, Mrs., for Throwin-z Vitriol in a man's 

Face who 1 ried C riiiiinall^ to A».^atilt her, 4 ti 

Wd 
— — Hnrmer. Wra., for Merchant Shipping Act 

C)fTence, 19 m\) f 

Harper. E<lm.. for Asfanlt. 25/ 12 

• Harvey. John for Burgliry. 25 a IW / 

S. C, for Embezzlenutiii. 21 m 14 a 

• Hayman, Joh 1, tor Wounding, 29 n 10 / 

. Heaih, Sarah, for .Vlisdcmeanour, 2»> •« 12 d 

— Herbert, Henry, for Uttering Counterfeit 
Coin. JO a H h 

— — I ills. John, for Murder, 27 j 10 s 

Hoad, J. C, for Conspiring to Defraud, 26 

a \2 I 

Holmes. S. J., for Murder, 26 a 12 // 

^— Hurley, John, and others, for Assault, 8 m 

4 c 

. JafWs, D. I., for Wilful Damage, 30 o 6 * 

< Joiinson, Annie, for Abduction, 28 a 7 t — 

20 mils 
. M. A„ for Uttering Counterfeit C«in, 23 

a66 

• Johnston. James, for Murder, h a \(\ d 

• Kemp, Edw., and another, tor Conspiring 

to Defraud. 24 a 12 t> 
<• Krassewski vthe Poet) and Capt Heutach, 

for High Treason, 12 m 7 «~I3 /;i 5 h — W ml 

4 -16 wi 5 c — iti m 5 — 17 M 7 U- 2 » w 5 a & d 

—24 m 7 c 

Ledbeater. Henry, for Stealing. IH a 10 f 

i Lee. Joseph, for >t -aling. 21 m « c 

~ Lefle*, M«ry for Mur« •- 8 m « 

• Ley. James, and another, fo F ami. 6 »w 4 rf 

— — Lowhoii. JoHL'ph. and others lor Murder, 8 

m 12 A 
•— — Mnrston, Arom. for Steal i- g. 23 » G a 
M'Carthy, Florence, and another, for As- 

9Rult. 5 ; 1 1 / 
'61 



Criminal Trials (con(innftf). 

.M Don.tld. Emily, for Wilful Damage, 24 a 

4 b 

Michau. Leopold, for Manslaughter, 23 »n 

10 (f 

Miller. James, for Embezzlement, 9 a 12 . 

Morewood. Wm.. for Fraud. 10 a A J' 

Morris 0»-o., for Stealing, 18 a 10 « 

James, for Fraud. 22 o 4 # 

Morton, Wm., for Forgery. 23 m 10 d 

Mugford. Wm., for F'mbezzlement, 24 / U 1 

Newton. Wm.. for Assault. 26 m 10 « 

Nicholin, Jo»eph, and another, for Murder. 

15 m 10 e 

Norton. Wm.. for Embezzlement, 24 m 12 / 

Olive, Wm.. for Fraud. 27 ; 10 « 

n'Loghlen. J. T.. far l-Yaud. 23 a B a 

Onafri. a Gipsy, for Killing his Brother, 1$ 

Paines.G. H.. for Attempted Murder, 2ti.;l'» 

/•-27 / 10 s 

- I'arker, F. J., for Libel d m 4 d 

Filbrow. F. F., and another, for Conspiracy, 

22 f 4 !» 
— Toncia, Oliver, and anothrf, for Slealin?, 

25 M 2 ft 

lowys, Lt.-Col.. for Assault, II o 4 r 

l*r#»^rHge. Annie, for Stcalin*. 10 a 4 <t 

Price, James, and another, for Stealing. I'i 

r/ 4 e 

Raven. F. G.. for Stealing, 24 w 12 / 

Keed, Arthur, and another, for Conspiracy , 

6 m 3 / 

Regan, John, for Wounding. 8 m 4 c 

Relton. S. B., for .Murder. 24 « 12 n 

Reynolds, Mariha. for Manslaughter, 25 a 

10/ 

Rider, Matilda, for Murder. 22 m 11 / 

Roberts. Wm.. for Fraud. 2*» a 10 / 

Robin «on, Chas.. for Stealing. 13 ; 1 1 / 

John, and otheis. for Conspiracy, 30 i 7 / 

Ro^s. John, for Arson. 24 u 12 a 

Rowden, Edw.. for Fraud, 22a 4 e 

Russell. Edw.. for Libel. 24 7 1 1 it 

St. Leonards, Lord, for Indecent Asfaulr. 

2Am\2d 

Scales, — . f«r Embeszlement, 25 1 12 6 

Seller, James, for Fraud, 19 • 12 « 

Sheen, John for Attempting to PassCou* > 

terfeit Coin. 22 n 4 / 

Simmons. Joseph, for Perjury. 30 » 7 / 

Smith Ban and Fleming, for Wounding 7 

a in f - »♦ fl 8 c 

, lohn, for Murder, 23 a 10/ 

for Nteahng. 10 a 4 a 

; .spinks, W. G., and another, for Con5pir:u-.\ . 

21' ". I : ,/ 
j ——. Steer. Edwin, and others, for Conspin- v 

and Assault. 21 a H c 
' Steilinacher. Herman, for Murder, 10 j 5 r — 

' Sti'phensim. A. A., for Infanticide. <^ »> 4 ' 

Sti,;miis. \'}\\i\ fur l.«*rter -te.'lttig II' » i 

, Scale.''. --. for hmbezxleoHMU J.» ; 12 ^ 

Tatteroh.ill. E. G., for Embvz/letnent, 2) »; 

!<• f •><; .« 4 h 
riiDUM-, Wm., for Murder, 17 "i ;2y 



Jnne 80, 1884.] 



PALMKR'8 INDKX TO " THE TIME9 NEW6I*APER. 



Bea 



Cximiiud Trials (mntimtett), 

TaTerner, Sutan, for Keeping a Disorderly 

Ilonse, 11a 10 a 

Toomey, Mr., for Attempted Rape, 4 a iOd 

— *- Townshend. Edwin, for Fraud. 22 a 11 cT 

Utting. — . for Perjury. 2H a 12 c 

Vanghan, Alfred, tor Stealing, S m A e 

Waters, W. J., for Attempted Murder. 24 

a \2m 
Wells, Geo., as a Rogue and Vagabond, 1 1 

«f 10 a 

and another, for Wounding, 28 a 7 / 

Weston. G. E., fer Fraud, 14 m 6 a 

Whitehead. Jam?«, for Stealing, 27 m 18 / 

Whittle, Henry, for Aitempted Murder, 29 

a 10/ 
^ — Wiggins, Thos., and another, for Stealing, 

7mSe 
— - Wilcox, Emily, for Murder, lOm 7 ^ 

— Wi ley, W. A., for Stealing, 20 in 1 1 / 

' Williams, Kate, and others, for Murder, 16 

m 10 r 

Willis, Thos., for FrJiud, 18 a 10 « 

Willoughby, John, for Stealing, 24 m 12 «* 

Wilson. Ellen, for Assault, 25 ; 12 k 

Wood, T. B.. for Stealing, 20 wi \\ f 

Woods Wm., for Stealing. 26 mlAb 

Woolard, Henry, for Fraud, 26 ; 12 A 

' Young. W. H., and another, for Conspiracy, 

20 m 11/— 21 m 14 a 
l^roatia^ the Diet Re-assembles, 13 m 5 d 

Miscellaneous News, 14 a 5 c 

Opening of the Diet, 6 ; 5 d 

Crofters* (Commission, Penalty for Giving Evi- 
dence before, 21 a 10./'— 23 a 6y— 27 w 4 / 
Crookshank (Harry) oh Egyptian Prisons, 21 m 

4/ 

— Egyptian Prisons and the Cat-o-Nine Tails, 
14;8/-30; 6rf 

Crop and Stock Prospects, 6 ; 10 a — 20 ; 4 rf 
Cross (Sir Richard; at the Conservative Meeting 

at Welshpool. 6 ; 7 ./ 
Crossley and Sons. 21 j 13 r 
Crowe (J. A.) on the Leigh Court Collection, 23 

; 6 a 
Crowning the May Queen at Knutsford, 2 m 10 « 
Cruelty to Children, Notes about, 26 a 6 a— 3 J 

ille 
Cruikshank (George) Unrivalled Collection of 

his Works, in all 3,000, Presented to the South 

Kensington Museum by his Widow, U6mb d 
Crystal Palace, Admissions, see each day*i paper 
Bull Dog Show at. 23 m 11 / 

— Firework Displays at, 13 / 9 s 

Flower Show at. 5 a 12 /— 24 m 12 « 

International Exhibition at, Opening of, by 

the Lord Mayor, 9 u y /— 21 a 4 6—24 a 7 c— 

2 m 5 d 
"— Saturday's Concerts, Miss Goodwin makes 

her Debut at, 14 a 6/ 
Cuba, Critical Position of General Aguero in, 24 

a5d& «->30 a 7 r^— 10 m 7 </— 2» m n e 

— Deputies Propooti a iieducliun of Export 
Duties, 1 1 ; 5 c 

FiUbusteriiig in, 14 a 5 e — 15 a 3 c— 16 a 5 

d- 19 a 7 rf— 21 a 5 /— 23 a 7 6 

—— legislative Proceedings, 2Sj7 f 



Cuba, News ubuut, 5 a 7 e~-\0 a 6 /"— 11 a 3 s— 

12 a 5 c— 14 a 5e-30a 7 «/— 21 j 7 d 
Slavery in, 24 m 7 d 

Slate of the (Country and People, 23 a 3 s 

and the United States, 16 u 6 c— 17 a 5 d— 

18 a 5 r— 24 o b d 
Cunard Steamship Company, 8 a II <?— 11 a %f 
Cy cest 8 and the Parka. 23 ; 8 / 
Cyprus, Revenue Returns, 12 a 5 e 

D. 
Dacosta (J.) on the Bengal Tenancy Bill. \q and 
Daflodil Conference at the Royal Horticultural 

Society, la \y.\ d 
Dairy Conference at Giocester, 23 m\\ c 
Dangerous Play. Children on Railways, 6 j 12 d 
Daniels (^W. T. S.) on the New Bankruptcy Act, 

30 w 10 /"—lb; 6r 
Danish Legation, 20 m 10 6 
Danubian Question, 1*^ ahc 
Darjeeling Company. 6 w 1 1 fc 
Darken ^Horace) on the Earthquake in Essex, 

30 m 7 t 
Darmstadt — Approaching Marriage at. Notice 

about, 21 ah d 

Arrival of the Bridegroom, 28 a 9 rf— 29 a 

9/- 

of the We<ldin„' Guesis, 26 a 7 e— 28 a 9 

y— 29 n 9 / 

the Marriage, 

Festivities. 



I w 5 / 
30 a 7s-2m5 rf 



Mov*. meuts of the Queen and Royal Family 

at, 22 n a /-^23 a 1 1 /-24 a 6 /'-25 a 10 a— 

28 a 9 /"— 29 a 9 /— 50 « 7 «-2 m 6 rf— 3 m 11 

/— 5 HI 1 1 /— « OT 6 rf— 7 m 7 e 
— ^ Preparations for the WedJing, 26 a 7 «— 29 

n 9 / 
Prince of Wales and Family Leave London 

for, 23 a 7 ./— 29 a 8 6 
the Queen iRSpectb the Wedding Presents, 

21 a 9./— 28 a 9 / 
Leaves with Princess Beatrice for England, 

8 ui 10 <?— 5 m 1 1 / — 7 '// 7 e 

Returns to En^lnnd, 8 w 5 rf 

and lioyal Family Visit th« Alice 

Memorial i capital. 26 u 7 « 

Wedding Presents. 29 a^ f 

Davies (Emily) on the Higher Education of 

Women. .^<» a VI t 
Davis (^Reuben) on the Rainfall, 4 ; 6 /* 
Davison (— ) on Registration at the London 

In^itution. 17 <7 10 / 
Davitt (M.) on the Formation of the Irish Land 

League in Dublin. 3 }' 8 s 
Dead Methods of Disposing of. Lecture oa. 16 

7 9e 
Death. lieturn of Sentences and Execution of, 

14; \he 

Suddtn. of Col. Hickes. at Hexham, 2 m lOd 

of W. A. Jesseo, while Racing at Oxford, 

21 m 12 a 

Snsj»ii*ious, of a Lunatic in Dumfries 

AMvlinu. I 7 /n 1 1 / 

DiMilin by i'oisou, 27 m 10 h 

i>£ATH8:— In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical LisI 
from \>"^l. of all Deaths in the British Domi** 

33 



]>ea 



t*ALHSR*S INUBX TO *' TIU TtMSu * NBW8I*A.PCR. 



[April 1 f 



Xleathi {continuBd) 

Dioni, u aIko of all Britith Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at anj time at 
theOffica in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists aa ad- 
rertised in the Ttme$. 

Abbot, Dr. Eira. \0 a 7 d 

~ Albanj, Duke of Funeral ««e CoimT 
Cf acuLUt 

— — Anderson, Sir G. C, 8 a Bd 

Arran, £arl of. 27 9 10 s 

Ascher, Anton, 22 a 10 / 

Austin. Alfred, 22 m 7 c 

•i^ — Austria, Empress Anna, 6 m 10 6 

Babcock, Gen., 4 ; 10 rf 

Badham, Rer. Chas., 10 a 7 « 

Note on, U a 9 / 

Bangor, Dean of, 26 m 9 e 

Address of Sympathj to the Famil/ 11 

/lOd 
— Funeral, 29 m 6s 



Barclay, Dr. A. W.. 2 w 10 rf 

Bass, Michael Thomas, 80 a 10 r 

Funeral of. 2 m 8 t^B m 10 « 

Proposal to Rear a Sutue to, in Derby 

Guildhall, 7 m 12 s 

Baylejr, Sir E. C, 5 m 10 6 

Behrtns, Louis, 10 ; • a 

*— BenJHmin, Joseph Philip. 9 m 10 a 
" Memoiral Eograving of , 13 m 9 a 

Bently, Bey. T. R., 5 ; 9 e 

Bishop, Dr. Thos., 26 » 7 / 

Blunt. ReT. J. H.. 25 a \6d ' 

Bommel, Monsignor ran, 5 a If if 

Boiihaa-Carter, Mrs.. 24 a 8 a 

Boyle, Vice-Adm. A., U i 12 6 

Bragge, Wm., 10>8a 

Brassin, Louis. 20 m 10 a— 21 m 18/ 

Bright, H. A., 10 m 7; 

Bromley-Davenport, Funeral of, 17/9/— 

21;liy 

Brooks, Herbirt, 13 m I a 

Brougham aud Taux. Lady, 9 o 9 / 

brown. Rev. J. B., 25 j 7 f 

Rot. W.. C, 29 a 10 c 

Sir Wm., 28 m 5 e 

Buccleuch. Duke of, 16 a 9/— 17 a 8 « 

Funeral ef, 24 o 9 / 

Buller, Geo., 16 a 10 c 

— — ~ Byrne, John, 16 w \^d 

Byron. H. J., 14 a 7 « 

Funeral of. 18 a 10 c 

Byron, Henry, 9 / 9 * 

Cadell. Mrs. H. M., 27 ; 10 s 

Calvert, Lady Lucy. 5m\%h 

•i^^- Campbell, James, 2« a 6 « 

Cathcart, CoL A. F., lO «i 7 rf 

Cattermole, W. G.. 4 HO </ 

- Chesham, Dowager Lady, 23 m 5 e 

Claiborne, Col. J. F. H.. / ; 12 t^ 

i^ Clarke, Dr. W. F., 12 m 9 A 

Cochrane, Col. H. S., 21 a 6 c 

Colban, A. M., 10 a 7 cT 

- Costu, Sir Michael 30 o 10 6 

Fiii:eral ef. 2 m tf e-7 w 12 f 

Coudray, Card. Ue F. du. 26 ; 7 / 

•— — C'radock, Hon. Mrs., 17/ 10 jT 

34 



(cofi/iii««/). 

Currie. Major-Gen. A. A^ 80 m 6/ 

Cust, H. F. 0., 10 a 7 c 

Dalrymple, Lady E. H.. \2a% f 

— > Daumesnil. Baronne. 10 a 7 </ 

Note about. 21 a 7 if 

Davy, Rich., 26/7 /*--27 > 10 t 

De Lasauz, T. T., 28 m 5 s 

- Deasy, Denis. 19 m 9 s 

Dentu, M. Edouard, 15 « 3e— 16 a 10 c 

Dickson, Sir A. C. T., 26 j 7/ 

Douglas, Sir R. A. M., 17 a 6/ 

Droysen, Prof., 20 / 12 a 

Duglere, Adolphe, 7 a 10 s 

Dnkinfield, Lady, 27 m 5 c 

Dumas, Jean Buttiste, 12 a 7 a 

Funeral of, 16 a 5 a 

Dutton, Hon. J. T., 27 / 10 e 

Edwards, John Blackwell, 18 m 11 6 

Eldred, Joseph, 22 a 10 /* 

Empress Bfaria Anna, Widow of tbe Em< 

peror Ferdinand. 6 m 7 d— 6 m 6 4 

Funeral of , 7 m 7 *— 9 m 6 €—12 m 7 «/ 

' ■ Lying in State, 10 m 7 e 
■ Photograph taken, 8 m 6 6 

Requiem Masses for, 13 m 6 e 

Duke Robert of Parma Constitated her 

Heir, 15 m 6 c 

Ennis. Sir J. J.. 30 m 6 /* 

Eiitcourt, Rev. W. J. B., If a 7 <f 

Eyoub. Ismail Pasha, 6 a 10 if 

Eyre, Hon. Mrs., 17; 10 y 

FfirnhHm, f^rd, 5> 9 e 

Figgins. James. 16 ; 8 (/ 

Ford. (^apt. H. G. W., 6 « 10 d 

Forster. H. R.. 10 a 7 if 

Freeborn, Dr. R. F., 24 a 8 « 

Frere Sir Bartle. 3o m 8 « 

Funeral at St. Paul's Cathe Inl 8 / 6 «— 

4/9/— 6i8fl— 7/12</ 
Notices about, 31 m 7 6—31 m 11 s— 2 ; 6 

/— 2;8a— 2/9«— 6 ?6 A 

Fr bourg. Victor, 29 m 6/ 

Garden. Kev. F., 12 m 9 6 

Gaskell Rev. Wm., \2 } 5 f 

Gasset. Signor, 22 m 7 e 

Gaudia, M., 19; 7« 

Geibel. Emanuel, 7 a 10 s 

Gerard, Major F. S.. 12 m 9 6 

— Giblin, V W., 7 / 18 A 

Glasse. Adm. F. H. 11., 27 m 6 e 

Golenko. — , State Councillor, 21 m 13/ 

Goodeve. H. 1. H.. 19 / 7 « 

Goodford, Rev. C. C)., \y\m7 f 

Funeral of. 12 m 9 rf— 15 m 5 / 

Gorrie. Lady. 30 ; 6 d 

Gnm.4ton, Hon. Robt.. 10 i 7 « 

Gross, I'rof. S. D., 7 m 12 « 

Grunne. Gen. Count, 17 / 10 e 

llaenrjens, M., 12 a 9 /— 16 a 10 c 

Haines, W. H., 28/ 12n 

Hamilton. Lord Claud 4 / 10 e-13 ; 9/ 

Hansen, Rev. E. U., 12 m 9 A 

Hiislem. John, 2 m 10 ri 

d'Kaiissonviile, Count J. O.. 29 « 6/* 

Hawker, Rev. J. M.. 7 ; 12 if 

Hawkins, Capt. U. C, 21 mil/" 



June 80, 1884.] 



palmer's ikdex to ^'ths times" vewspaper. 



D^k 



DeatliB {amtinuea). 

Heedaard, Dr. Sophus, \0a7 d 

• Hendcraon, John, 10 a 7 e 

Hertifeld, Prof., 6 • 10 «/ 

Hester, Edw., a Waterloo Veteran aged 92, 

14 a 12 e 

Hickes, Col , 2 w 10 rf 

Hilliard, Major. W. E., 21 m ISy 

Hony wood, Dowager Lady, 31 m 13 / 

Hope, Mra., 2 dl d 

Horton, £. R., 19 m 9 

Hutchinson, Rev. J. R., 21 i liy 

Hymans, M. Louis, 23 m 6 • 

— - Account of, 26 m 6 e 

Janisch. H. R., 29 « 10 c 

Johnson, Rct. J. H., 1 a 10 « 

Jundt, M. Gustave, 16 w 9/ 

Kennedy, Dr., 29 a 10 c 

Lady Nigel, 16 m 9/ 

Kotzcbae. Gen., 3 m 11 e 

Note about. 12 a 9 A 

Kuranda, Herr Ignnce, 10 a 7 c 

Lnneaster. John, 24 a 8 a 

Lee. Mrs., 5 o 10 4 

Lennox. Msjor-Gea. W. G.. 13 m 10 rf 

Leopold of Saxe Cobourg. Prince, 24 m 7 «f 

I^schut. G. A., 16 a 10 e 

Leuren, Adolpbe de, 16 a 10 c— 18 a 7/ 

Litton, Marie, 2 m 7 d 

Lloyd-PhiUpps, Col J. A., 9^ 9 h 

Lock wood. Gen. G. H., 17 a 6 /* 

Lynch. Lt.-Gen. E. P.. 28 m ft « 

Mackinnon. Major-Gen. D. H., \A j \2d 

Maconochie. Alex., 19 w 9 tf 

Mahmoud Di'j.laldin Pasha, 22 m 7 c 

Mantell. — . the Cricketer, 2 m 10 a 

Very Rer. K.R., 2 i7 d 

Marwood- Elton, Sir Edw., 22 a 10/ 

— — Maugham, — , 26 ; S / 

Manson. Dr. I)aviJ,21 m 13/ 

Maret,M.. 17; 10/ 

Mavrocordato, k rincess, 2S m 5 « 

MCornjick, Hon. C. H., 16 m 10 s 

Merewether, C. G., 28 j 12 a 

Funeral of, SOj 9 i 

Midhat Pasha, \2 m 9 k—lt m 6 d 

Mileto, Prince Monte, 8 a 6 </ 

Miller, Geo., Ua7d 

Mills, l>owager Lady, 23 a 7 / 

Mitford, Percy, 30 / 6 rf 

Monteith, Robt, 10 a 7 r 

' Montpayroux, M. L. G., 22 a 10 /* 

Morgan, Prof., 26 a 14 a 

Murat, Princess. 19 m 9 c 

Funeral of, 22 m 5 </ 

Murray, Hon. E. A., 11 j 12 k 

Needharo, Hon. Mrs., 29 m 6 /* 

Nugent* Major-Gen. St G. M., 4y 10 d 

Nutter, Joseph, 26 m 13/ 

O'Conor, Chas., 16 m 10 « 

O'Keefe, Prof. Mathias, 20 m 10 a~21 m 

13/ 

Ollivier, M. Deniosthene, 26 a 4 a 

Orange, Prince of, 23 ; S r 

Embalmed and Placed in State, 24 / 6 c/ 

-^ Funeral of, 30 / 5 « 

■ • ■ Notice about, 28 j 7 c 



(continued), 

Otalora, T. E., 28 m 6 « 

Otway, J. Hastings, 29 m 6 /* 

Funeral of , 2 j 7 A 

Ourman Bek, 7 o I • « 

Palmer, John Hinde, 4 1 I a — 4 / 10 d 

Thomas Douglas, 3S ; 1 a 

Paul ReT. Wm., 6 m 10 A 

Pauli, Capt., 1 m 10 a 

Payne. W. J., 16 a 8 e— 16 a 10 « 

■ . Funeral, 21 a 9 s 

Peek, Lady. 6 m iO b 

Prllico, Francesco, 6 m 10 c 

Pemberton. Major C. R., SOj Bd 

Perigal, Arthur. 7 ; 12 «( 

Place, Mon. de la, loy 8 a 

Pogge, Dr.. 16 a 8 e—16 a 19 d 

Pollack. Herr Adolph, 23 ; 12 a 

Pont, M. Lammot du. 16 m 10 d 

Pratt, Giovanni, Funeral of, 12 m 6 6— 13 

m 5 c 

Preston. Comce de,BmBd 

Pronay. Herr J. ron, 17 m lly— 19 m 9 c 

Rajewski, Michael. 16 m 9/ 

Raglan, Lord, 6 m 10 6 

— Ratisbonue. Alphonse, 9 m 9 « 

Reade, Chas., 12 a 10 a 

Funeral of, 16 a 7 /"- 14 a 9 /— 16 a 7 / 

Rees. Rev. A. A., 22 a 10 / 

Rechet, Mahanie, 12 y 6 <f 

Reichard. Dr. Conrad, 22 a 10 /* 

Richter, Prof. Gustav, 5 a 10 d 

Dr. L., 26 ; 7/ 

Ripon, Bp. of, 16 a 6 e 

Funeral of, 21 a 9/ 

Robinson, Rev. A. E., 1 m 10 a 

Rogers, E.T., 14; 12rf 

Bey, 11/9 /"—IS j 6 a 

- Rolfe, Rev. E. N., 7 m 12 c 

Romans, J. J.. 16 m 9 / 

Room, Rev. Chas.. 14 a 7 « 

Rosen, Baron Andrew, 21 m 18 /* 

Round. F. P., 22m7 c 

Russell, Lady Chas., 21/11/ 

Rev. J. F., \0a7 e 

Samuel, S. M., 28 / 12 a 

Sandwich, Eari of, Burial of, \%j 12 / 

Saunders, Sir S. S., 17 a 6/ 

Saxe-Coburg. Prince Leopold of, 22 m 7 c 

Schreiber, Chas., 1 a 10 e 

Schwerin, Gen. von, 16 a 10 c 

. Scott, Lt.-Gen. F. H., 28 m 5 s 

- H. L., 7 m 12 e 

Scribe, the Dramatist, Widow of, 21 a 6 c 

Seafleld. Eari of , 1 a 9 e~2 a7 d 

Selby, Gen. G.. 20 7 12 a 

— Sellar, Robt., 26 m 9 e 

Sella, Signer, Funeral of, 24 a 6 e 

~ ShadweU. A. H.. 6 / 9 e 

Shiirman-(^rawford, Major John, 19/7 s 

Sherlock, David, 19 a 12 « 

Simpson, i.iyhop Matthew, 19 ; 7 e 

SnieUna Frederic. 21 m 12 / 

Smith. B. B.. 2 / 7 <f— 23/ 12 41 

Dr. H. A.. 13 m lOd 

Squire. Peter. 8 a 9 a 

Staffonl-Jerninghani, C. W., JO a 7 ^ 

:j5 



D«i 



PALMRR*i» INDBX TO '* TBK TIMK8 " MKMniPAPIR. 



[April I ti. 



Deaths (continued), 

sung, Fredrilc, Ilf 12* 

Mm 10 / 5 / 

Statham. Rev. Francis. 2t m 7 /* 

— Stock. Rev. John, 7 in 12 r 

Stourdza. Prince Michael, \0 m 7 J 

— Stracej. Ladjr, 16 a 3 « 

_ Strousberg. Dr. H. B.. 2 / 7 d 

Staart-Forbef. Ladjr H. L., 29 a 10 c 

— — TaKHoni, ~. 25 a \0 d 

Talhouet, Marquis de. 13 w 10 ^—21 m 18y 

^- Taylor. KeT. Alex., Not* about, U a 6 « 

■ Gen. Pringle, 10 a 7 c 

Tennyson. Lord, Sister of , 1 1 a 7 ^ 

— Thompson, Mrs, Sister, of Mr Farnell, 7 m 
7e 

•^— Thorp. Rev. John, 7 j I2d 

Toler, O. F.. 2*5 a 14 a 

^^ Torrmgton, Viscimnt. 28 o 9 </~29 a$ d 
Totten. Col. G. M., 7 j\2d 

— TraTers, Gen. James, 8 a 9 a 
.^— Trubner, Nichulas. Said 

■ Funeral of. 3 a 10 6 

Turing, Dowager Lady, Ida 7 / 

<^— Turner. Charles Charoley, 2 j 5 a 

— Tweedie, Alex., 2; 7 rf 

Yandensweep, M., 5 m 10 c 

Vara. G. B.,2I oG c 

VassaU. Gen., R. J.P.. 19 / 7 « 

.^— Vaughan-Arbackle, Major-Uen. Chas., 19 
a 12« 

Verdun. Bp. of. 3 ; 7 /" 

^—^ Wagram, Duchess uf. 29 a 10 c 
,^ — \Tales. Rev. A. M., 29 m 6 J 

Ward, Sam. 20 m 19 a 

Ward, Gen. Sir hd%r., 14 ; 12 d 

Wardlaw, Lady, H. E., 27 ; 10 « 

^— Warren, Gen, G., 25 ; 7y 

Rev. Dr. 28 a 7 /* 

Werle. M.. 9;96 

Whish, Adm. W. G. H., 17 a 6/ 

Wigan. Alfred, 19 u 12 

WilUamson, W. H., 10 a 7 c 

.^— Wisden, Joseph, 8 a 9 a 

Wurte, 13 m 10 d 

«>— • Funeral of. 16 m 5 d 

Wyatt, Lt..(^ol. J. H. 29 a 10 c 

Yelverton. Hon. VV. H.. 80 12 a 

— Yunnan, Viceroy of, 24 a 6 e 

Ziirifa M., Funeral of 10 rj 5 6 

Debt. Commitment for. Note on, 27 ; 8 a 
DiHieased vVife*s Sister Question, 10 m 7/ 
Di'jjo Tea Company, 20 w 1 1 6 

Dfiacroix (Eugene) Proposal to Erect a Statue 

to. in one ol the tiquarea of Paris, \S i 7 f» 
Deitbigh Conservative Association and the Con> 

Hervative Leaders, 23 m 9 c 
Denmark, Elections. 26 ; 6 /— 27 / 5 « 

Miscellaneous News. 81 m 7 </— 2> 6/ 

Quarantine in. 26 / 5 / 

Denver Mansions Company, 14 ; 15 <? 
Deptford Storm Overflow Sevrcr. 23 m 10 / 
Ikrby (Earl of) on South Africa, \7 m 9 « 
Delhi idget, Frank; on Water Companies Charges, 

12 m 3 /— 6 / 7 f 
Devvin Co mty Agricultural Association, Annual 

I'.xliiUition at Kxet^r, 22 m 7 c 



Devonshire Club, House Dinner, 8 a II 6 

Dew (E. P.) on the Downton Railway Accident, 

14; 5 J 
Diamond Cut Diamond, 23 y 13 6 

Discovery of a Large, at the Cape, 6 m 5 '/ 

Diamoitda, liough and Uncut, Export Returns, 

10a 11 6 
Dickson (Oscar) Race on Snow Skates in Lapland. 

21 »i 6 f 
Dilko (Sir Charles) on the Fian hise BUI 3a 6 a 
Dillon (Frank) on Arab Monuments in Cairo, 2^i 

mAd 

on the late Rogers Bey. 16 ; 5 a 

Diocesan Inspectors, Meeting of, at Lambeth 

Palace, 20; 11 y 
Disraeli (Rt. Hon. B.) on Woman Suffrage, J 

;8« 
Disclaimers, 9 / 6 e 
Distillers Company. 18 ; 11 d 
Dividends, Bankrupt, tee eyety W*dn§sdafs 

and Sattirda^^s paper 
Divorce Court— Expenses to a Working Man to 

Obtain a Divorcre. 3 « 8 / 

Merely Nominal if Unable to Pay, 10 a 7 « 

N(»(eon, 6 J 4y 

DlVOaO .03UET.— 

Ambrose v, Ambrose and others, 4 « 3 c 

Beale v. Beale aiing Pennell. 30 ; 4 c 

Birkin v. Birkin and Sherbrooke. 2^iZ f 

Britxgs r. Briggs and others. 27 i 9 f 

Campbell v. Campbell 5 a 6 6 

(^orfe V. Corfe andotlienk 26 a 6 6 

Courtney i«. Courtney and Curry, 17 « 6 6 

Cranfield v. Cranflel<U 4 a 8 e 

Dawson v. Dawson and Pridgioo, 10 m 9 e 

Edwards v, Edwards, 30 ; 4 e 

Euston v. Euston uiias Smith, 6 a 6 a ^7 a 

4e 
Fleming t\ Fleming and others, 26 ; 10 a 

Torres ter i'. Forrester, I9 m 6 a 

- Fortnam v. Fomara and Cooper, 2Bf & f 

: Gentle v. Gentle and Blenneriiaesett. 4 a 3 e 

Gray v. Gray and Harker. 2 ai 4 a 

Gregory v, Gregory, 9 m 3/ 

James v. James, 6 a 6 6 

Keddle V. Keddle, 20 ; 3 /* 

Kent {\ Kent and Tagg. 24 ; 3 / 

Knapp I*. Knapp and Vagg, 3 m 6 / 

Lancaster v, Lanoaster and Courtney, 2 a 

.46 
-^ — May c. May and Thompson, 17 m 12 « 

Parsons p. Parsons and ittackbaro, 24 / 3 / 

Pole ». Pole, 24 a 4 * 

Reeves v. Reeves and others, 7 a 4 d 

Sarkies v. Sarkies, 24/5 r 

Schneider v. Schnieder, 17ai 7 c 

Sparks v. Sparks, 27 ;3 f 

Stent o. Stent and Low.' 19 ; 3 / 

Troward p. Troward, 18 ; 5 c 

- WUson V, Wilson, 25 a 4 6 
and others, 10 m 9 « 

Dixon (John) and the Portuguese Government, 
6; 12 c 

Reply to. 9 7 6 6 

IX>bbs (Archibald Edward) on the Water Com- 
panics diarges, 7 m 5 e— 16 m 3 tf— 30 m U 
— 4> 12 6— Ji>i> € 



Jtrae SO, 1884.] 



rALMBR's IHDSZ TO " TII« TtMSS " N«W8FAP«IU 



Fdi 



Dock Accommodatiiwi hi Soath Wales. 26 y' 6 e 

Maryport. New, 2S m 5 d 

Newport Shipway and Dry. 26 a 13 

State of Shares in Companies, ms every 

day^g paper 

- Swansea Bay Graring Doeks and Engineer- 
ing Company, 28 a 1 1 a 

Tilbury, 31 m 12 </ 

Domestic Eiectrie Lighting at Colchester. \0j7 

/— 30 / 9 « 
Donnelly {i, F. D.) on the Foantaine Sale, 21 

7 9« 
Douglas (R. K.) on the Sarakhs. 26 m 4 <f 
Duyle (F. H.) on the Earthquake in Eagland, 25 

a 10 ^—5 HI 6 a 
Drapers' HaU Fine Art Exhibition, 26 a 10 c 
Drummond (Henry; on the Portuguese in Africa, 

2> 12 6 
DuCane (E. F.) France and the Australian 

Colonies, 17 a 4y 
(Charles) on the Earthquake in Essex, 24 

al f 
Dudley House. Morning Concert at, to Aid the 

VViroUedon Art CoUege for Ladies. I4i 12 r 
Duel between M. Arene and M. Judet in Paris, 

9/7/ • 

in the B<iis de Boulogne between Casey the 

Fenian and a Captain Scully, an Iri^li- Ameri- 
can. 21 ii n d 

M. Lalun and M. de Veilpicard, 27 / 5 « — 

28 7 7 « 

Duffy (Garen) and Irish PoliticR 7 / n h 
Dulwich College. Annual S]»ecch l)a> and Dis- 
tribution of Prizes, \\ aa d \ 

Klections. 24 / 9 A 1 

•• Founders Day " at. 12 ; 5 / -23 / in r I 

Dumas ( Alexandre) Pro -eeds against M . .iMrqnot 

for Painting hit Portrait Ure>si'<i an h .Jew' *\ 
t7b 
Doncan (James) on the Railway Bill, 20 m J» / 

on the Sugar Bountit'H. 23'/ <> »/ 

Dundee ArrangemcntM for I'lviietititig the Krei'- 

(loni of the City tt» I^»rd l\o-el>«"ry. i\ u V» b 
Duiikin {E.)on thi* New ri»iiu>r. Ai >f \*\ J 
l>iinne(J.) on ihe (*atlle DiM-.i^e. i\i j {•/ a 
Dwelling-* of the Poor, 2»» « 7 / ; 

jw« HorsiKO 

Dynamite Plot*. 16 a .'» 'V -J9 /r 12 r-lV) n Vi f 
—2 w 11 /—a M 12 /.— r. w •.♦ n — U\ m i;j />— 2 
j 5 /— 14 7 9 f 

the American Pn-ps nu ih ir I'rorewlings, 

A J lie 

in the Calai)* Steanie-s. 2 ; 12 h 

Kxpluaion in St. James's ^-qnnre and Scot- 
land Yard, ai m 7 e—2 / 6 //—a / a — .> i y / 
-277IO0 
at Victoria Station, C)fflcial Inquiry into, 

14 a 7 «_M4 , 10 /— 2r> » 12 r 
Dynamiters, Flogging the Bent Punishment for, 

15 rt 61— 3/3 h 

Irishmen in Paris, their Several Opinions 

on. 21 41 ^ U 

• Meetinjj at Paris in .1 notification of. 3 ? Jl h 

• Outnigi-ft in London, HI m 7 «»— 2 / i\ b—i 

1 3 /- HI » II / j 

• Nulla «»n, 4 / 1 1 / -> 7 / 10 6 i 



DytmniitiTS* Outrages, the Spanish i*ros^ 01 
; 5 r 



of. 



t}*e French Press on American AUovi'aiicA 
2 ; 5 h 



tn Ctencva. 12/3/ 
in Spain. \^ i h ^ 

Threat against VVtn»ls(»r Ca*'!*. 7 / 10 r 

at Wocdwich, 14 w 12 /— 15 w U / 

E. 
E. (\ Power Company, 12 » \\ 4 
£}iily Closing Aamiciation. Appeal for in Sutnrn.'r 

Weather. 29 m 5/ 
Earthquake at Belpaasn, 11 n 3 r 

ill Kn;Hand. PrincipaHy at Colchester. 2:J t 

7 d-'Jia 7 «— 2"i n 10 d 

D.image being Restored. 22 m 7 d 

Mansion House Fund for the Snff rern 

by. 26 rt 13 /^— 28 ,1 Hd -\ /« 9 « - 7 /« 1 1 f - 
low I2&-17W 12 f -:i\ it* 9 s— 11 / 5 <• 

Meeting at Colchester to l<Hi«<e a Ku:h1 

for the Sufferers 5 m i< */ 

Notes on, 2ii a 7 / —24 a 7 €—25 a 19 d — 

HO n 4 A— 5 m 6 <i— 7 m 6 6—30 m 7 f 

in Slaroniu, i^ n o b 

at Smyrna. H 7 5 e 

at Spoleto. 12 m 7 « 

East hlurida Land and Produce ronipuny, 2''. tt 
13 h 

India Association, Annual Meeting. 29 m 

10 ft 

K(Mit and Canterbury Corservative Club, 

OfHiu! Demonstration to I'eiehrau- the Openintc 
«f. \ I fi A « 21 #166 

-- l^inrlon Church Fun«l. 2 » « 10 /* 
Faster Holidays, 3 u 9 /— « « I2«— 7 m 10 a — 8 
a H ^—10 a II e 

Monday Amusements. 15 « 5 <t 

Fa< flake {( h Aries; on the National Gallery, 14 

n 4 If 
hbbvr Vale Steel. Iron and Coal Company, 17 

/ lll• 
^)c<•lesia•»tical Appoint nients. y^e Clkrical 

I^ands. 23 i9j 

I\'ononiic Life Assuranci' *^oriety. 5 n 13 A 
Fxiinbur^h .Museum of Science and Art, Official 
In«peftii)n of. 9 - ** e 

Ntn-ihern District (^inaervative Associ:.ti«»n 

an<l tin* Conse vxtive Lead«*rs. 2<\ a 1 f 

lb Provost lleceives the lltmour of Knijibt- 

bood i'l m 9 /— 24 in U / 

Kdinbnri^b Cniver*ity -Tercentenary Festival 

of N.»;ices Hbout. H) •/ iJ /» — Hw/ 67 
Ad lie*«9 of the ('liiocfHer. IK a 12 a 

from the rnivi'isiiy of Vienna on the 

()c(')i!<i(»n. 15 «* 3 /. 

' Arranaements 10 Commemorate. 12/? 4 rf 

Congratulatory Adtlr^sses Presented to, II 

*i 7 t 

Donation of £500 from a Viaitor to tha 

University Fund 23 n 4 & 

French Delegates Telegraph their Thinks 

for ih'ir Iteception. 23 a \ n 

- ( ir. at 1 )ay of the Festival and Tercentenary 
P.ai>4iii>t. IS*./ 12 a 

Il:«ll WmHv Meetinjfof the General Council, 

\{\u\\f 



E4i 



PALMER*a INDEX TO *' TTfE TFMES " NKWSPAPBR. 



[April I to 



Jvliiihin{;h University, Opening i^ervice at St, 
liih'rt'B Cathedral. 17 »/ \0 u 

— ()rflrioni> to Delegates. IS o 12 a 

- — TroceedinKS. 17a 10 a — 19 a 12 a 

• — .*^tiidenti' SyDipotiuin on Closing? the Festi- 
val. '2\ o 7 a 

- — Telegram of Congratulation from the I'rinee 
of Wulen. IB a 12 a 

• — Torchlight Procesaiun of the Student*, 16 
a a f 

— Volume of Portraits of the Chief ( hnraeters 
in Prepuratioii, 21 n la 

Kdnionds (A. K.) on the State of the Thames. 28 

; W /. 

EDUCATION:^ 

• AnnUHl C'onferenec of Diocesan Sccretariea, 

Jn»|)ector8. Ac, 19 / 7 / 
- — in Belgium, 8() > Si f 
— — C^onferenoe of Elementary Ti^achers, Met't- 

inj: at Leicester, 17 " 7 /— 1« n 1 ^ 

fc Llementary Teachers. 14 ; 14 */ 

•— Forster (W, K.) on Elementary Education. 

:{0 nl e -19 ; 10 a 

Mr. Fawcett on. "A «/ ."» r/ 

• Grant, No'e on. 3 /i 4 e 

— Higher in Wales, Note on, 8 a 8 /* 
* of Women. »() a \2/ 

m — Home Lessonn. not Compulsory. 26 » 9 / 

iluxle}' (Profea»<or) on Kdiic:Hi«.n. In «/ 4 » 

Internationa) ('oikforcnce at Kensington, 24 

' — Irinh, 7 ml t 

m Lonilon School Board. Weekly Meetings, 4 

c 4 /- 25 tt 8 (/— 3 m I) /— il> ,n .J /— 3(» ml t 

»_20 78 /.— 27 t3 t 

Finance Report, 20 f 8 h 

m N»w Menib«;r, 25 a '3 d 

m Note on. 12 .1 10 / 

m — -— Pupil Teachers. 25 a 3 // 

'- - Met.'ting of .VlanagiTS of the London Sch<K)l 

Board, 7 *» 6 ^ 

• of the Si-lect '^^Jmndttee on. 2^11/ 

. New ( o<le and its Pecuniary Kesulls, i a 4 

c—» a 4 r/— 17 a 7 / 

Russian, 9; 4 fc 

.— ()ver<-Pres8ure in Elementary Sch >ols, Notes 

on. 23 a 6 f.-% m 4 /- 1*5 j 6 r— 2a , (J / 
. Report on, 3 a 6 — 11 a 4 <•— j3 a 12 «— 

8 la 5 e 
• Two Deaths Reported as Resulting from, 

27;8 a 
• Physical Education at Board Schools. 23 m 

811 

. Religions in Elementary Sehtwds. 6 m 10 d 

. Revise*! In(*triieii«>n8 to H. Miij»'sty's In- 

8|tectors of School •«, 21 /6a 

. Salinhury (Marquis of on Religinu.s. \>> il d 

^-^ Teaching of Gtrography. 30 u 1 2 <i 

• University of Wcmien. Note on. '» w 6 /" 

Voluntary and Board Schixds. 24 /« 9 /" 

JJOYPTt- 

. — Alexandrian Indemnities, 11 <i f\ f. — ).'} n S e 

^19 a 12«-2I »i5a-l7/5* 
• Angio-Frerch »Negoiiuii« nii '•< 5»# — H{;7 

A— 20 / 5 </— 2ii f l^ u —24 / .5 ti v c - J."> t 1 it — 

26 J 6 e- 27 7 9 /— 28 ♦ 7 d 

»-. French Chambers on, 21 j b u Si 4 

89 



Egypt (rmuinued). 

--- Anglo-French Negotiations, the French 
Press im. 24 ; h d 

AsMiman. Capt. Bedford at. ; 5 * 

with I he Field Force at. 24 7 4 « 

Baker (Sir Saml.) Letter on Gen. Gordon • 

Position and his Appeal to his Countrymen 
for Aid. 3n a 6 // 

Biiring (^Sir Evelyn^ Leaves for EngUml, 

21 a :> / 

Defence of. by his Brother. 21 a H a 

in London. 28 a 9 d—S « 10 *• 

M. liHrthelei.iy St. Hilaire on the Egyptian 

Question. 28 ; 7 it 

Battle of Tamasi. Defeat of the Rebels, 4 a 

11 ^ 

Beaulieii (Leny> Plan to Obtain Funds for 

Pavin ofif the Preference Debt. 9 t 7 6 

Berber, Appeal for Help irom. 23 a 7 «— I 

>a 5 ^ 
British Government Decline to Send an 

Expedi ion to. 28 tr 5 « 

NewH from. 21 ; 7 rf 

Panic in. from the Telegram Refnsivg 

Aid to (ten. (vordon, 29 #180 

Propomil to Evacuate. 28 a 5 o 

Ueporied Fall of. 18 7 5 o & c— 14 ? 9a 

Telegraph C lerks Leave, <» m A o 

Tell graph Wires froin. C ut, 19 « 7 J 



Blue Book on. '^9 a Ha 

Uokhora. another Mahdi Appears at, 14 « 

I2e 

British Note on. 26 «# 7 o 

Cabinet C»)unoil under the Khedive to Cob- 

sider the .Military Situation, 2r. a n c 

Campaign in, 7 w 12 » — 18 m 10 6 — 19 is » 

h -20 m 1» «— 21 ; 5 /— 27 / 9 / 

of 1882,27 /«9/ 

Cholera in. 19 a 7 r 

(^lmmi«8ariat Service in the Campaign in. 

25 18'/ 

Conference, Proposed, on the State of, 23 a 

7 o— 2r» a 6 '/— 26 o 7 .i— 28 u 5 a— 29 a 5 o 4k 
r— 30 a7 a & d^\ w 5 o & d—\ m 9/— 2 m » 
u & r — 8 »i 7 n & c— 6 m 7 o & «— 6 m 5 « — 7 m 
1 a & cS m h a St. r— 9 m 5 a 4 r— 10 m 7 /' A 
r/-12iM 1 r- Viw 8 /- 18 « 10 ft— 14 m 7 a— 
15 iM 5 fc&d-16 w* 5 A— 19« 7/»— ISIn 8«- 
20 tn 5 A— 20 m 8 /— 21 m 7 «— 22 m 5 a— 24 m 
7 //- 27 tu 5 a &d- 29 m o <i— 3t» m 5 «/— 31 m 
7 u — -'; 6 fl — 4 7 5 '» & d—f't 1 5 i & d — 7 / 7 h 
—9 1 1 /i_10; 5n — 11 ; 5 « — 12 > 5 a- 13; 9 
/■_ I 4 9 #r - 1 8 / 7 I/— 20 ) 5 r. &/- 21 77 « - 
23 / 7 n - 23 J 8 .1—24 7 5 #f— 26 » 5 «-26 7 9 / 
-27 .•» /• A '/-28 / 7 «— 287 *^ <«— ^> / ^ « 

I^i rs t M eer i n g, 30 ; 9 « 

LiHt of the Pleidpotentiaries Appointe<l. 

30 9 ^ 
CoiMK'il at Caiio to Consider the Slate of 

AfFaiif*. 24 ii 5 H 
Don^oia. State of. 13 ih 5 d — 16 m 5 rf— 17 

m 1 (i—'lA m 6 d -li 7 3 <i- 20 7 5 a 

Defeat of the Rihil* hv ih • Mudir. 2'.» »h 

5 fi 

Etryptian Loans, Total of. and Aniuuni of 

InnTist Falling Due Yearly, 1 u ^ «« 

IVii, .87 7 c 



Jtien SO, 1«S4.] 



PALMKR's index to ^* THE TIIIES ** NEWSPAFEE. 



Eg/ 



Kjf>ptwn Officer on the Situation. 1 ft a 7 a 

— •- Hnf^mid in. 9 ; 7 / 

Enifliffh Afiminittration in, Note on, 30 j 8 o 

— ^ Furoea in, 24 y 5 </ 

Policy in 24 / 10 / 

Rxecution <»f the Two Treacherous PashHs 

after Trial. \ a r* a 

-^ Fall of >henf, 14 « 6 A 

Kighrin)? near Mera\ri. 28/7/1 

- Finaneinl Tondition of. \4 a A T 

Frvnch Press on the £iiglii»h Policy in, 18 

a 5 a 

OH England the Svudan. 30 rr 7 </ 

Garrisons in the Soudan, 20 i a ti 

Gordon vGen.) Abandons his Conciliation 

Policy. 2 « 7 c 

Beliered at El Obeid to be an Imposter, 

rtoc the Kenl Gordon. 2 •< 7 o 

- — rathulic Mist^ionaric'S at El Obeid Address 
a Tetter to. 3 /» 5 #• 

Latiy Burdett Coutts on the Abandon' 

rnent of. by the Government. 10 /« 7 « 

Critical Position of, 8 a 6 a— 23 a 7 a— 1 



Early Career t>f, 27 j 4 fi 

Friends in England Arranging to Send 

I^ertera, Debates and Newspapers to, that he 
may know what England Ihinks about his 
( aae. » H 1 /* 

Mr. Gibson at a Meeting at Manchester 



8 a 

Praters Offered up for, in English 

Churches. » tn o e 

Proposal to Raise a Fund to Bribe the 

Tribes to Secure his Pergonal Safely. 9 m b a 

- Proposed Volunteer Force to Bring bini 

Back. 2^ m 6 / 

R.nnn incenses of, by M. Keinacfa. 21 / 7 a 

Repudiates the lioTemmant and Decides 

to Ace ou his Own iiespoDsitnlty, 21 a bj—'At 

o aa 
SabscrifKiont ReoeiTed by Tht Time* in 

l&«fSpond to h s Appeal, 24 » H s— 2 lu » /' 
Telegram to Sir 8. Baker Appealing to 

vhtf MiLiuBaires vf England aud Auieriua lor 



on the Abandonment of, \2 m d e 
Government Despatch to Require the 

General to Return. \'S i 9 / 
— a Gre»>k undertakes to Carry Messasres 

to, and bring Back Replies for jEJ.OOO, 20 tuba 

How to Help him. Note on. 30 la 7 </ 

LeaveK Khartoum, but after Three Dnys 

Retuns Finding Escape Impossible. 13 m 5 u 

MsM Meeting in Hyde Park to Protest 

Ng:iiniit rhe Abandonment of, by the Govern- 
nit-nt. 10 Mi 10 c 

-Meeing at St. James*:* Hall, under the 

J'atriotic Assuciation, to ProU*st against tlie 
Ah;ui(!onmoiit of. H m M) #—9 m 10 e 

- MessiMigtTS to. Captured by the Rebels, 
14 m 7 c 

Movements, Keported, 14 / 9 a 

-^— Notes on. and about, ly a 7 rf— 21 a 8 a 
— 22fl8t— 3»aGe— 6wi li /-^14 m 13/ 

■ Notice about. Saba 

So Orders Yet Received to Relieve, 12 m 



I Ejypt (roHtmued). 

I .Mfiiiey to Pay Soldiers on his Own Account 

1 to Aid him. 80 rt H // 

' — (Tordoit ( Gen. ) Tv'legrani from. Expressing 

I his Trust in God Alone, 2 a ]\ f 

; — • --^ to. from Sir E. Baring ReiFusing Aid tOf 

1\) n H (I 

\ to Sir F: Baring. 2 a 13 a— 10 /I 5 / 

I Telegrams from, 12 a 5 a— -17 a 6 «— 19 

a 7 u & 'i 

Ten Links on the Present Situation, 1 1 

a H a 

■ Three Dervishes Return to, the Robes of 
Honour Sent by him to the Mahdi and bring 
the General a Letter and Dervishes Dress fof 
h.m to Assume. \ a 6 a 

Mr. Gourley's Letter to Mr« Gkidstoiie orii 

Itta »« 

and the Government, 2 a 12 / 

Government Memorandum on Egyptlail 

Fnmiice. 6 m ^ *! 

Government Pnlicy in. 12 m 10 a— 14 i 14 U 

Hewett's (Sir W.; Mission, 17 i» 7 /*— 22 «i 

o rt— 7 / 7 6-9 i 7 /-12 / 5 <i— 13 j « J— 20 
j h d 

and Holland, 20 mb d 

Indian Government Opposes any Payment 

out of their Revenue Towards any Force in, 
2<i /? 7 a 

-'• — Judicial (Commission, Proceedings, ]9« 7« 
— MS m 6 «l— 17 iw 7 a 

Khartoum and its Neighbourhood, 2^m A e 

Plan of. 28 w 4 r & <i 

Egyptian Civil Servants, Women and 

Children Sent fiom, to Assouan. 2 9 7c 

English (^abinet lavite Turkey to Send 

an Expedition of 10.000 Men to Releive, 2) ba 

Denied. 2 / 5 a 



No Messenger will Venture to go to, 28 

a 5 a— 29 a 5 <« 

Fall of Rumoured, aud Gen. Goidob a 



Prisoner. 14 »/ o /» 

Fighting Around. \0 a 8 a 



Im|)os»ib»l.ty of Telegiapbing to, 2<i a 7 a 

News fr*»ni. U i 7 <* 

Routes Practicable for the helief of, 10 

m 7 n 

Khedive's Library, Reported Depredations^ 

3a II / 

Kitehener ( Major} Movements of, 4 ; 5 a & d 

Land Taxation in, 14 / 6 r 

- Mr. Cliffonl Lloyd« Movements of, 3 m 7 e 
' ' Testimonial to. 28 m b a 

Local FreiM^h Press on, 14 w 7 a 

-^ — Malidi's Proclamations, 19 /« 7 d — 27 m b a 

- Meigs i^Gen. ) Suggests a Railway to licliever 
Khartoum, 17 / 10 / 

- — M isceilancAUs News, 1 a 5 a^2 a 7 a & r~^ 
5 a 7 a & r— 7 a 5 a & e— 8 a 6 a — 9 a b a^ 
10 /« 5 u-ll o 3c^— 12 a §e~l4a 6 b^\7 a 
b a— 21 m b a— 21 a 6 a>-22 • btt—'l'd u 7 c— 
25 u 5 a— 28 a b e— 5 m 7 f—\4 m 7 a— 26 m 1 
/— 20 m b a— Hi) m 6 a— 31 m 7 m— 6 ; 5 h 

— ^ Multiple ('ontrol. Notes on. 6 ; 3 t^% i 10 a 

M urder of a Soldier of the Essex Regimeoi 

by a Turkish Soldier at Cairo, 26 a 7 a 

Naval Brigade at Taiaasiy 12 a G / 

9^ 



Egy 



rALMKR's tnUEX TO ** THS TfUn ^ MEWaFAPSB. 



[April I to 



Egypt {eotttinuefi\ 

- Xott'i on, 21 m 4/- 3 / 4 6 

Nubar 1*R9ha Kenif^a. 7 a 5 « — 7 u 10 /« 

and the EqaaliaatioB oi tke Land Tmjk, 4 

/ 5 / 

nnd Clifford Lloyd, Anhifponism ui,9a5a 

on the Sitiiatio% 1^ a ? « 

Official Dvapatches as Laid before Parlia- 
ment, 2 M lU a— 6 M 10 b^6 m 7 /-t2 m 12 c 
law \\ d 

^— Osiuan Pifona, Attempts to CiK off the 
Water Suppfy from Friendly Tribes. 3 a 5 r 

Attacks tke Tribes Friendly to England. 

U i« 7 r 

- and King John of Abyssinia. 29 a S <; 

i)TiT 1 axaiion in Uppet Kg>'pi, 23 j 14 6 

ihe Porte snd Sottdan. 19 ; 5 <f 

- P reps rat kins for an Expedition to Kefieve^ 
Ui'ii. Gordon, 21 m 12 a 

- Pii.«on« in. 21 m 4 / 

- Pio lamitioiis of the Mahdi, Extensive 
Sfizi.r of, by ihe Indian PoKce at Simla, 19 a 
7 • "J I « 5 a 

- - (^uMmntine Arrangeuients in, 16 a 5 e 

-- I{«hs«m (H.) on Gen. Gordon's Policy in 
iIk' Situdan. W a Ha 

- KiHiiig uf the Nile. 27 m n a 

- Mian Hehinseu^s Institute for Sailbrs and 
Sildi rs at AKfaaadrki, Ariaogemt*ias to £s- 
• altli^h. HJ9/-23 7 11 / 

i liolilfs V.G.) on the Positien of Gen. Gordon, 

:i I <i 4t « 

Koiitcs for an Army from Caiiu to KHar- 

r •lint. !.'> #M 8 / 

the Situation in. 8 a lOc/— 10 • lOr— 1»4» 

« a— U> tt 4 /— 18 a 5 a— 30 a 4 c— 7 jm 13/— 
23/9/ 
" - Slavery in. Official r>esr>atch on. 7 a 4 a 

Soudan, News about, 4a5c— 7aoa— 8 a 

d(/— 9u 5a^ll a 3a— 12 a &a— 14 a 5 c~ 
1.1 f i< •« «& (i^ll tf o a— 21 ah a — 2i n o a &d 

- 'JA n 7 n — 24 ti 6 rf -2."» u o a9i r — 2i; r» 7 r — 
•J #« :» .#—3 /M 7 a— 6 m h c^l ml «•— 1> m 5 a 

-'.» w ."» /'-lo w 7 a— 12 M 8 a— 13 w 5 </-l6 
«# -. .^c «/- 'i iN 5 /i— 1 7 w 7 a— 19 m 7 6- 20 
m .'i #/ & r^~21 i» 7 a— 22 m 5 a & <f — 23 m 6 #» 
24 /« 7 '# —'If^iu 7 • & / — 27 /» 3 u & </ — 2rf m .> 
u&d - 29w 5 ri-~30 m iaSt /~»1 m 7 a & «/ 

- 2 / 5 ri & /— 4 i & ff-^ ; 5- A 4 <f~6 jhkLd 
^: il b &a-9ji'Zu&«— 16 9 &•&«— 11 ;6 
u- 12; :. a— 13/ *a-)4 ; 9«»^16>7a— 1« 
; rt .1 - 1 7 1 5 <» & 6— »8 / 7 a 4 «-.19/ 5^ a— 2* 
; 7 r -2-<> / 8 a— 24 / S fr— 25 / o /»-~26 / 6 a— 
2«; / 5 «— 27 / 5 rf— 28 / 7 a A rf~30 / 6/ 

. NoteR ab(H>t. 24 a 6 /'~26 a 12 / 

Return of Troops from, 22 a 10 & 

and S^ ain. 26) 5 a 

- — " State ef tlie Country, 1 m & a 

Suakiii— (^»L AshbumhamGoTemor, 9a 5a 

Berber KaUway Proposed, 17 / 10 /"— 18 

1 4 d-19/ 6a— 20/ 8 c 
the EngKtih at, 19 m 9 a 

MiliTHry Operations near, 17 m 10 c 

. Ni-W8 from, 1 a u d^lA a 5 k — 7 m 7 m — 

20 M :» <i-3&» jw 5 a— 8 / 5 e— 19 i 5 a 

Note <Ki the Reported Withdrawal of 

F.u»oj»ejiii Troops froiu, 3 »< 4/ 
4n 



I i;g7pl (foafiaaerf). 

Suakin— Oemaa Digma before, 13 « 7 • 

i Transport Serrice for, 6 ai 11 rf— Ifta* 8 d 

—22 m 10 c 
and Commissiariat Santes in, 10 J 12 a 

—18/ 12* 

Troubles at Merre, 9 ai 5 a 

Turkey and the Egyptian Qnastioii. 16 / 7 a 

Vincent (— ) MovemenU of, 10 j 5«— 1* 

i5a 

Visit to tlie Prisoos of, 19a 7 s 

War Ofllre Cireular of Qfrntnity on Termi- 

nation of Opeiatioos in the Soudan, 31 ai :) r 

With the Assouan Field Focoe^ 14 ai 3 <f 

Zebehr Pasha, Appointed by Geu. Gordon 

Assistant GoTernor-General of the Soudan, L7 
a5« 
Refused, \S a 5 d 

Determines to hare the Life of General 

GonltiM. 12 «# 7 6 

(>en. Gordon> Reasons for Wishing him 

to W with luni, 12 m 12 / 

liic»iiii)r lite ^ou«ian to Riae Around 

KhMi toiiin. 2(; a 7 n 

lAKier tc#'0»iMan Digina, 12 a 10 d 

Nete a^Miut. 2 n «» « 

Egyptian KoiullioMer^, 23 ; 8 a 

I Finances. 2 'i t» '»— 18/7 • 

. Note* on. 4 ; i» /— 6 / 12 a 

I llaU. Re-OiieninK of. 19 a 14 c 

. Justice, a Sa*! Case 2»m^ 10 c— 20 / 4 • 

— Priitons, 23 y 7 a - 30^ 6 rf 
-—^■^ Note on 2 f 3 « 

and the t 'at-*»- Nine-Tails. 14/8/ 

£lcho( Lunl J Nt Nu%ic}««ile ConservatiTe Working 

Metrs (lub, 21 a 7 s 
Election Exjienses, 19 i< to /—15m 10 < 
'— ( ambri(Iget(hire,.'ll i»6./ 
Petiliun. Poole, 14 m 7 c— 16 m 10 c— 19 

M 9 e 
ELECTIONS :- 

Abenlcen, 4 a 9 / 

Aberdeenshire, 23 m '» /' 

AnK.esvy. 2 a II /- 18 > 12 « 

Antriiu, 22 a 7 e 

AtMone. 7 w 12 #•—31 m 11 e— ^ / 9 /'— Z 

/ r2 •!— 13 > s» / 

Barnstaple. U m 9 /— 24 m 9 / 

IWdfonUliire, 22 m 5 c -28 m 10 &— 12 /5/ 

— 13 , 9 /— 28j 12 a 

Jlintiingham, 15 a 4 / — 16; 12 o 

bUckburn. 17 / 5 c 

- Boston^ 2 a 11 /— 27 m 9 / 

Hradfordi. 7 « 1 1 o-24 m 9 / 

Bury. 5m 11 /— 10 a 6 «— 12 a 9/— 24 a 5/ 

Caithness. 22 a 7 s 

Cantei bury. 20 m 1 d 

Cardigan. 24 / 9 6 

— Canhgan hire. 3 m 11 /*— 10/9^— 25> 10/ 
( arnarTon Boroughs. 9 a 1^/ 

Carnarvonshire. 9a10/— ia/12e 

Cliippenham. 4 / 9 / 

Deri*yKhire. South. 21 a l&<f— 7 in 12 d 

Devon, Sonth, 14 ; 15 f 

Dorset. 12 a 9/— 18 a 9/— 19 a 12 / 

Dornet'^Hire. h iw 6 if 

Cuuutx l)o\cik, 11 a Z f 



June dO, t»84.] 



PALMfi&> INDCX TO ^< IMS TIMJU " MKW8PAPKR. 



Eng 



Electioiis {cmtimied), 
Dundee. 2 m 10 d 

Essex, East, 25 a 9/ 

Finsbury, 10 • (J e— 23 / 12 « 

Flint, 80 a 12 a 

FllnUhire* 30 a 12 «— 13 m 10 c 

Gateshead, 22 • 7 « 

Gluucester, West, 7 a 1 1 « 

Greenwich, 20 in \0 d 

Hackney, 19 ; 6 

Hants, a«uth, 21 m 12 (f— 26 m II /— 6 / 9 

y ~7 J 12 d-9 ; 1 1 y-lO > 9y-16> 12 a— 17 
i 9 c— 21 ; 7 / 

Ilaverfordwest, 30 a 12 a— 1 m 6s— U / 13/ 

Hereford, 5 j 9 € 

Hontham, 13 m 10 « 

Huddewfield, 21 ; 7 /' 

Hull 6 iM 10 o 

Uuntin^en, 30 <i 12 a —25 / 10 / 

Ij>8wich. 15 m 9 /^— 27 m 9 / 

Kent. West, 12 m 11 /-20 w 10 J- 17 ; 6 c 

King's Lynn, 24 a of 

Kirkcaldy B»arKbs, 17 m 10 e 

Lanca»hire, North East. 13 w \0 e 

Nonh, 19 m 9 c— 2 i 12 b 

Lanca»hire. South West, 13 m 10 

Leicester, 7 a II a- 9 a 10 /^25 a 9 /— 28 

a 5 /-30 u 12 a-7 m 12 c— 19 j 6 s— 21 ; 7 / 
— 27j9y 

Leicestershire, North, 21 a 10</— 22 a 7 e— 

25 a 9 /—13 m 10 6 

South. 12 a 9/-21 a 10 d-^22 m 5 s 

Lewes. 21 m \2 d 

Lincoln, 6 , 9 «— 7> 12 rf— 10 > 9 /*— 11 ; 10 

c/— U; 13/— 16^ 12«..17; 11 d 

Lincolnshire, North, 9 a lOy— 10 a 6 s 

Linliihgow, 3 m 1 ly 

Liskeard. 19«12/ 

- LiTerpool, 12 wi 1 1 f 
Lynn, 9 m 9/-10 m 12 a 

Malion. 4 ; 9 /— 7 ; 12 <f 

Mid-Cheshire, 21 m 12 flf 

Wid-Kent, 7 m 12 c -16 jm 9 / 

— r- Mid- Lothian, 1 m 5 c 
and Bute, 6 m 6 d 

Middlesex. 21 m 12 d^W j 10 d 

^-^ Monmouthshire. 27 m 9/ 

Montgonit ry»hire. 19 a 12/— 22 a 7 s 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 7 ; 12 rf— 10 j 9/ 

Newry, 17 m 10 c 

Norfolk, 18 a 10/* 

West, 16 w 9/-29 m 9 / 

Norihauipton, 16 m a/*— 19 m%o 

JSorwich, 25 a 9 /— 10 m 12 a 

Nottinghamshire, North, 18 a \Qf'-'2^abf 

South. 24 a 5 / 

Pontefract, 22 a 7 s 

— - Poole, 9 a 10 /— 12 a 9/-.16 a f /— 18 a 10 
/~16m 9/ 

Portsmouth, 2a\\ f 

Preston. 16 j 12 o— 26 / 6/ 

Jiadnor Boroughs, 12 ;;5/ 

Rochester. 6 m 10 a— 24 m 9 / 

St. Andrews, 6 m 10 a 

.-r- ScarborougU, 23 mi 6 /^29 m 9/— 17 ; 6 c 
Sheffield, 1 7 u 9 /-28 u p /— 29 a 8 a— 3 m 



Elections {eontinutd). 

Shrewsbury, 21 ; 7 /" 

Staffordshire. North. 2 m 10 s— 23 ;' 12 s 

Stoke-upon -Trent, 30 ; 6 e 

Stroud, 14; 13 / 

Suffolk, East, 18 « 10 /"— 19 a 12 / 

Surrey, Mid, 1 1 ; 10 cf— 13; 9 /— 17; 6 c— 

—18 J 12 s— 21; 7y 

West, 2 a 11/ 

Tamworth, 4 ; 9 / 

Taunton, 25 a 9 /* 

Tiferiou. 24 m 9 /*— 29 m 9 /•— 4 ; 9 6 

Truro, 19 o 12 /-2 m 10 s -12 ; 5 / 

Warrington, 29 m 9 '^ 

Warwickshire, North. 23 ; 12 s-247 9 k^ 

27)9/ 

WaUingford. 7 ; 12 rf 

Wednesbury, 29 m 9y 

Wigan, 10 « 6 s 

Windsor, 15 m 9/ 

Woodstock, 30 o 12 « 

Worcesterbhire. East, 28 a 5/ 

West, 28 a 5 / 

York, 13 w 10 r 

Yorkshire. North Riding, 21 a 10 </ 

Electric Light Companies — Electrical Power 
Stoiage, 24 a 11 </ 

Faure Electric Accumulator, 9 a 11 «— 17 

u llc-21; 13 c 

Hammond Electric Light and Power Supply, 

18 a 11 t— 8 m 11 c 

Lancashire Maxim Weston Electric, 19 m 

\Zd 

Maxim Weston Electric, 26 • 13s— 19m ISc 

Kiver Plate Telephone and Electric Light 

Company, Note on, 29 m 1 1 6 

South Eastern (Brush) and Power. 7 a 7 e 

State of Shares in Companies, sss wtr^ 

dtiy*» paper 
Electric Light in our Homes. Lecture on. 17 a 9 e 
Lighting in Houses— Used in Lady Cooper'e 

Ball Ht Keusitigton, 17 m 12/ 
Electrical Power Storage Company, 9 m 1 1 0^ 
Eley, Bios., 12; U e 
Elliott (Alfred C; en Birds, 18 a 10/ 

C James) on Lustra Painting, 21 i 9 /' 

Elwell (J. Felton) on the Gold Currency, 6m 5/ 
Emigration Conference at the Egyptian Hall of 

the Mansion House on the Subject of, 24 a 10 ft 

- Female to Canada, 17> 4 / 

London Samaritan Seciety Forward ta 

Canada. 16 m 10 f 

to New South Wales, 7 a 10 /*— 5 m 11 /*— 

14 m 11 </— 21 m 11 /— 27 m 11 e~ll 1 10 d-^ 

19 ; 6 / 

Notes on, 14 a 8 6—26 in 10 e 

Official Ueturnof theNua»bers, Nationalltiee 

and Destinations of Emigrants during the 
Month Past, 8 a 3 /— 8 m lO s— 9 m 9 a 

to Q leensland, 9 m 8 e— 22 m 10 a 

State- Directed, Notes on^ 11 a 5 c— 16 a 6 e 

to THsnuinii. 2 ; 9 s 

Employers Liability Act 24 a 12 b 

Asduraiice (Corporation, 19 « 18 r — 29a He 

Enderley MilL^ foiupany, Prospectus. 24 a 11 d 
England*8 F«>fvign Policy, 31 m 12 a— 2 J 8 6— 
1 1 7 5 a 

4i 



Bug 



PALMlCR'tt lKi>IX TO '^ tUK T1MJC6 " MJCMTdPAPSK. 



[April I trt 



Kiiglish Church Union, Anniiiil Meting, 21 j 10 6 
Funds, «ec tack day's paper 

- GoTernment Securities, Sute of Shares in, 
see €very duy*» paper 

^— Mission in Paris, Meeting «t the MftDsion 

House to Support. S3 f 5 ^ 

and French l^oloniHl Folic j. 21 m 7 e 

Knsilaf^e. Fx|)eriments Testing 8 a 10/ 
Equitable Life Assun^nce Society Tiist Annnal 

Meeting, 2 m 1 1 a 
Errington ^M.) Moyements of VI m % h 
Errington (ixird) and the Tiverton Liberal Com- 

mittee. 20 m 10 « 
Escaped Convicts. 27 ; 1 1 /^28 i \2 n 
Essex Agricultural Societjr, Annual Summer 

Exhibition, 14 ; 8 J 
X8TATES IN LIQUIDATIOK :— 

Ainsworth. Wm.. 17 m 6 J 

Austin. Henry, 21 f 7 / 

Berry. Hebecca, 10 o 18 s 

^-^ BritnelU J. S.. 10 m 6 / 

* Brogdan. Alex^ 9 m 18 e 

Henry. *) « 18 e 

- Burr, Harry, 2 r» 3 A 

Burton. W. H.. 21 m 3 4 

Caffelle, Henry, 14 ; 12 r 

Campbell, 1). J. P., « ; 36 

Carey. G. A., 18 ; 6 /" 

(^arue^ie. .). M., 4 ; 11 c 

Carter, Geo., 23 <7 6 e 

Cox and Kogers. 4j 11 « 

W. J.. 28 iii4 c 

Darbibhire, Kmily, 28 a 6 e 

Dewar, J. D.. 80 a 12 e 

Duke, K. J.. 81 m 10 fr 

Edmed, Thos., 1 7 m 6 </ 

Feilden, M. J., 8; 11 a 

Ford. Arthur. 26 7 8 6 

Sir F. (\, 21 m6 / 

Gayl«r,T. A.. 4 ill e 

Gilbert, W. R.. 19 o be 

Gillespie. John, 31 m 10 6 

GloT«r, W.. 21/ If 

Gollings, Kobt.. II ;4e 

. Grant. James. 24 m 5 r 

Gr«»nberg. A. S. and L. J.. 28 m 4 a 

HHckert and Squires, 14 m 6 <f 

Hall. Ebeneaer. 28> 6 r 

Unrri^oD. G. and H., 14 j 12 o 

Thos.. 7 ? 6 </ 

Hashim Khalil. 17m 6 d 

Ht-ath, G. B.. 24 m 6 e 

Hubbs, Ihos., 19 a 6 r 

Hodgson, Hodgson and Kennedy, 31 m 10 6 

W.,21 i 7 / 

Holberton, E. R.. 2 a 8 6 

Horslall. E and A. H.. 7 m 6 « 

Howse. Nath,, 24 ; 13 e 

Hutchinson. Wm.. 18 ; 6/ 

Hyde. G. C., 18 i 6 /' 

Isaacs, M. H., lO a i3 e 

Johnson, A. W., 10 m 6/ 

Jones. A. R., 25 ? 8 6 

Jordan. C. W„ 2H / 6 / 

Jukes. J. W., 28 m 4 e 

Kid.l, G. G.,2\mb f 

Knight, T. U., 4 > 11 « 



Brtatoa in liiqnidatlon {ewtinMed), 

Lawflon. Joseph. 14 ai 6 <f 

1 ewis. David, 28 a 10 c 

^— Marsden. Jnn., 30 • 12 ^ 

Marston. John. 21 ; 7 / 

M'Neil, David. 10, 18 6 

Meredith, Wm.. 7 ; « rf 

Middleton. John. 28 u 8 e 

Morris, W. H. B. 8 « 18/ 

Morse, J. F. T.. II / 4 e 

Musgrave. W. H., 19 a 6 <; 

Naish.F.J.. 21;7r 

Padmora, R. A.. 17 ai 6 if 

Peacock. Bros.. 23 a 6 c 

Perceval M. W. C, 7 « 6 a 

Phillips, G. S., 23o 6 e 

Pratley, Arthur, 26 ; 8 6 

Punch and Son. 16 / 18 if 

Rodway. RaynKmJ. 23 u fSc 

Sharpe. W., 4 / II e 

Sinclair. J. W.. 28 a 6 * 

Sroythe. Fdw.. I6<i8/ 

Southwell. J. W.. 24 Mr i t 

Strong and Airey, 7j9d 

^u«e and Sibeth. 8 a 18 e 

Sworder. Wm.. jnn.. 28 m 4 s 

Taylor, Geo.. 8 « l*i « 

Thompson, John, 7 ; 8 */ 

- Thumwood, < has., 7 j 6d 

']\>ward. Toward and McGregor, 28 a* 4 « 

Turner, J. T., 24 m 6 e 

Underwood. J. T., 4 » 11 e 

Ventura. Eleazer, 14 ; 12 e 

Vokea. F. M., 4 / 1 1 c 

WatU. G. D.. 24 » 5 e 

Wick, John. 30 a 12 e 

Wicks. Edwin, 19 <i IS 6 

Wihdett, J. W., 9 m 18 s 

Ye4iman, W. C. 7 ; 8 d 

Eton College, Fourth of June at, 86 ar 18</— & 
>7e 

New Governing Body, 29 m hf 

Provost, 2« j 9 /■— 26 ; 12 a 

the Qui en Thanks the Boys fur their Con- 
dolence, 24 fN 10 6 

Serious Illness of Dr. Goodford, 6 ai 9 / 

Evangelistic Conference, Ninth Annual Mealing 

at Hope Chapel, Kentwh Town, 16 a 5 « 
Evans rF. W.) on the AUeged Discharge of Rail- 
way Servants. 19 m 9 / 

(John) on the Geld Currency, 4 ; 10 

Ewing (Wm.) on Lake Nyasaa, 4 7 10 / 
Exchange, Cyourse of, see tveru dif^Bpapm- 
Execution of Robt. Bl<ck,at kirkdale. Heepitcil 

28ai 6« 
of (Tanpi. a Murderer, in Front of La 

Uoquette Prison, 1 m 6 6 
of Mary Lefley, for Poisoninf her Kosban4 

26 m 8 A-27 m 8 s 
of Joseph lA>w8on, at Dttrkam, 27 m 9 /— 

28 M 10 / 
of William Sfddle, at Dnrham, R»rieve<i 

23 M 8 e-24 at 1 1 • 

Ke<reives a Free Pardon, 19 / € tf 

of Smart and Malhuaon,CoMaiated to Pena 

Servitude tor Life. 8 m 12/ 

-^ of Thoiuas buiiih, at Du 
8m5W 



iurbam, Repcieved 



June 30, 1881.] palmer's indkx to '* thr timea " nkwspaper. 



Fin 



Kxecution of Vickert and Innet, for Murder, at 

Edinburgh, 1 n 1 1 / 
of Emiljr Wiloox, for Infanticide, Respited, 

15w9e 
Exeter (^mservatire Asuoctation. Meetinf^ of, to 

Sympathize with Gen. Gurdoti, 20 m »/ 
Exhibition at Delft, 2Si 7 c 
•— of InTentiont, 1885, to be held at South 

Kensin^^tOQ, 81 m fi A— 3 ; 10 a 
KxtHOHth Training Ship, Official Inspection of, 30 

Kxplnniree, Seizure of, 28 m 10 «— 30 m 7 </— 2 

; 6 a 
Extinction of AniroaU in MinneMta, 19 m 6 <2 
K>deo (Alfred; Has any one Lost a Child, 24 

J Ac 

F. 
Factoriea and Workshops. Inspectors* Report, 16 

Eairchild Le<*ture at Shoreditch Church. 4 / 11 « 

Faithful Service— Ca«e of John Wilsher of 
Clapton. Berks. 10 m lo r 

Fashionable Intelligence, b a W e 9k f—l a \0 a 
—8a lOa— I0a9/-ll <i3/-12 q9 /— 14 a 
9 «-18 a 7 A— 19 a 7 « & /^-19 n 9 «-19 n 10 
/I— 21 a 9 A- 21 n 10 e— 2 • a 10 «— 23 ri 1 1 / 
-2<; a n /'~29 n 8 rr- 30 <i 12 a- 2 w 8 <?— 8 
w 10 r— 8 /M 9 / — 12 M II /- 13 //I 10 r— 14 w 
1 1 d—\\\ m 12 €—28 i» 5 «• 29 w 8 /'- 29 m 9 
/-.30m8c— 30w9e— 2i 8o-4; 6e— 7^ 11 
/-9; 11 /— 10>9/— 19;9 /— 28 » 12 a 

Fatal Quarrel between Two Brothers, at Hanley, 
26 /a 8 CI 

over a Penny, / 9 r* 

Fawcett vMr. Alderman, Father of the Tost- 
oiaster-Geiivral; v;elebrHte8 his 91st Birthday, 
1 " 9/ 

(Rt. Hon. Henry) on the Franchise, at 

ilackuey. 24 a 10 a 

at the Annual Exhibition of the Bethnal 

Green Sunday Sch(i«)l8, 3 a 5 </ 

- at a Liberal Meeting at Salisbury, 10 » 



7 e 

on *• Labour and Wages." 1 w 9 / 

Female S(*hool of Art. Note on. 30 j 6 e 
Females and Koys in Mines, Officiul Ri^ports of 

Inspectors, 22 a 10 e 
Fenian Dynaoiiiera —Arrest of John Daley, 14 

a 7/ 
Arrest of Daley and Egan, at binning- 

ham, 12 o6/— 14a7/ 

Arrests, 15 a 3 ^- 16 a 7 e— 18 u 5 e 

Plot ~ Arrest of one Fitzgerald, an Accom- 
plice, 11 c/ 4 e 
Fenianism. James Stephens on. 1 w 5 A 
Field I^ne Refuges and Ragg d Schools, Annual 

Meeting, 29 m H f 
Fiffshire and c lackmannan Miners Association, 

Demonstration at i upar, 3 ; 4 e 
FINE AKTS:- 
' — Aoiatenr Art Exhibition in Grosrenor 

House. 24 a 11 />~]8m !(»/> 
-. Annual National Fine Art Exhibiiion in 

Madrid. Opened by the King. 27 m o c 

Art Notes, 19 m 4 U 

Sales at Sotheby*t an J Christie^s, 10 a 10/ 

. ISlcnheim Tictures, 12 ; 8 a 



Fine Arta (ronfhiuefi). 

British Mezzorinto Portraits, 6 ; 10 « 

Cassell & Oo.'s Exhibition. 31 m 8/ 

Exhibition at Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, 31 

ta 8 /' 

Feninle School of Art. 30 ; 6 « 

Fine Art Society, Exhibition in New Bond 

Street. 21 a 7 A 

Founiaine roUection. 18 a 4 6—19 m 6 h — 

2;3 — 14/ 12 «- 16 I 4 a— 16; 8 /— 19;6« 

Price Sale List of. 17/10 o— 18 ; 12 a — 

19? 6 e,-2() fb /-23 i 14 « 

Note on. 21 t 9 *? 

Grusvenor Galli-ry, Notices of, 1 m 6 a— 10 

m 13 ri 

Loan Exhibition of Pictures in Whitechapel 

9a 8f> 

Leigh Court Collection, 16/4 A— 23 ; « u 

—25 7 10 / 

Price Sale List of. 30 i A 

Lustra Paintin^f. !^1 /9 / 

- - the MeissonierExhihirion at Pet it V Gallery 
in Paris, 23 m .*> ^— --^4 m 7 t- — *H m 4 6 

Minor Exh.bition!*. :,0 a \J 

the •• Monan-h of the Glen." 13 w 10 r 

Munkaczy'n •Cliiist on Calvary " on Pri- 
vate View Ht Sedehneyer's Gallery. L*<> « 7 a 

" >e.» rngravin^s by GoupiPM Process, 25 

o4 / 
Etch ngs and Engravings. 2 j 12 o — 19 

Nineteen fh Century Art Society. 31 m 8 / 

Price »Hale List of Gen. Sir G. Buller*M Col- 
lection of the Old Masu'rs, at Chri8tie*s, 10 
/8a 

of the Fine Collection of Hon. W. Ashley, 

at ChriaiieV. 19 /« 8 « 
of the Caslellani Collection, at Rome. 30 



6e 



of the Dent Great Print Sale, 8 a 10 e— S 

a4« 
of Dresden, Worcester and Old Sevres 

I'orct'lain. at Ch»-i8tio'rt 2 ft 6 /' 
of Mr. A. Levy's Colle<-tion, at Chri«tie*«, 

I2w9c 
of Tx>rd Londe -borough's Collection, at 

Christie's. 12 /« 1) r 

of Mrs. Mon icon's Collection of Water 



Colour Drnwin^rs at I'hristie's, 2 o 6 / 

of Pictures, jLc. at Chrii<tie*s, 10 m 8 « 

of Mr. Skipfier's Collection of Paintings, 

at Chiisiie's. 2o m i4 « 
of the Water Colour Drawings of Mr, 

Hanbury. 19 m 8 f 
Payt^r'K •• Srarvation Case" on Private 

View in Paris. 26 u 7 a 
— « — Ro.vhI Iiistituteof Painters in Water Colours, 

28 a Me— 7 //« 6 /i-27 m » / 
Academy. I HJth Exhibition, Notices of, 

3 iw 7 »/ - 1 2 m 4 # — IV* /« 4 «/— 30 m Ke 
Society of Painters in Water Colours, 26 

a 10 u 

Sedebneyer's Exhibition of Piiiiitings in 

Phi!h.'-^i w 7 *i 

the Si«lon in Paris, Impressions of , 8 / 8 a 

(Tarnishing Day. 1 w 6 6 

Fijibt for the Me<lal of Honour, 24 m 7 c 

45i 



Fin 



PALMRK*8 l!f HKX TO *« THE '**\Mllu '' NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Fine Arte {rontinufd). 

^lUCletJ of Uriti^h Artitits. I n 8 « 

8um*y Art LoMn hxhibitioiis, Opening of, 

b^ h^rl fercy, iHi 13 / 

Wiiat fc)chouU uf Art have done for our 

Manufactures, 6^3 • 

y^ olverhampton Fine Arts and Indiutrial 

Exhibition, Opening of, 80 « lU d^iM « 12 / 
-8;»r-9; lij 

Finabury ContervaiiTe Auociation. Annual Meet- 

ii>g. b a 6 e 
Fire. Losses by, in the United Sutes and Canada, 

IfiaA/ 

in Paris. Annual Return. 10 ; 4 r 

at Aberdeen, at Milne's Saw Mills, dec., 22 

m i»/— 28iN be 

- in Australian ATenue, Aldersgate Street, 3 
m \0c 

^-— at Barrow.in-Funiess, the8tar Music Hall, 

26 IN ^ s 
at Barrowfleld Pottery. Glasgow, 2% a 9 d 

at Bel Bazar, Eleven Persons Burnt to 

Jieatb. 20 m bd 

at Belfast, at Patterson's Match Factory, 

tlmbd 

Deluiont Castle Destroyed by, 22 a 6 c 

-»- at Blandford, at Barnes's V> ouUiaplers, 19 

at Brmyard's Road, Peckhnni. 4 i « « 

— Oble c»treet, St. George*s-iii-ihe-l<^8t, at a 
Ka^hiore. 23 a 7/ 

at Caenwood.'ihe Billiard Room Totally 

Destroyed, 19 o 8 c 

- in i aroberwell, the ** Comical Fellows *' 
Bevrshop. 6 ; 7 « 

•— — in CauibuOia, 105 Uousaa Destroyed, 81 m 

Id 
at Cark, Attempt to Destroy the Village 

by Paraffin Oil, 8 o 5<tf-9a lOr— )0a tio 
*— at Darwen, at the ladia Mills Spinning 

Company, 28 m 3 « 
— ^ at the East London Aquarium, Shoreditch. 

5;7c 
in Edinburgh, at Howitt*8 City Tannery, 2 

j 10/ 
-~— in Flushing, at the Scheldt Company's 

IVorkshop, 14/ 9<f 
•i— in Glasgow, at the Tramway Company's 

Stables, PJ a 6 / 
at the North Street Subles of the Tram- 
way Company, 2 ; 1 1 f 

in Globe Yard, Grosrsnor f^tiare, I2ii» 12 e 

«^- in tiray*s Inn Koad, at Cubitt's Builders, 

12tf 5/ 

- in Grofvenor Road. Pimlico, at the Army 
Cloihing Factory, 1 a io c 

-^ in Gruegau, a Moravian Village. 9 « 5 ^ 

^— at Halifax, at Bowman's Cotton Mill, 21 
|ll€ 

•~— at Harmondswerth, Narrow Escape of the 
whole Village. 19 o b e 

m at Hartford, Michigan, the Poor-house De- 
stroyed and lb Jnmatfs Burnt to Death, 1 m 
bd 

• — at Hathem, Mr, Barrow *s Large Timber 
Yard l>elll^»yed, 25 m .'» e 
44 



Firca (roHtintffd). 

at Hayti, the Town of Jeremie Destroyed 

by, 27 ; 9 /• 

at Highfield House, Catford. TSflf 

at HilTersum Cotton and Cloth MAnufactory. 

bole 

in Hogarth Road, Kensington, 5 ai l?y 

in Holioway Road, at Oak House. 9 « 10 e 

at Hunter's Point, Long IsUnd, 26 ai 7 « 

Incendiary on Commons. 27 ai 5 e 

in IMay Harbour Light houiie, 12 a 5/ 

at Keymer Junction, at Johnson's Terra 

Cotta Works. 28 /. 5 « 
at Leytonstune, in Lower Temple Street. 14 

a 10/ 
at Lille, in the Swan United Electric Light 

Company's Works, 30 m 6 / 

in Lillie Road. West Bibmpton, 5 m \2J 

in Limehouse, in Narrow Lane. 19 a 8 e 

at the Ltmdon Institution, 1? nt 12 e 

^— at l/oughborough Junction Railway Arch^ 
9a lOr 

at Mandalay. Destroying neariy Half the 

City. 10 a 6 a— 14 a 5 6-21 abb 

Narrow Escape of the Palace, 28 a 5 ft 

a Second Firo, 18 a 5 ^ 

in Marseilles, the Church of Notre Dame 

de la Oarde Destroyed, 6 ; 5 « 

at MinnoPOts the Unioa Railway Station of 

^^t. Pnu D.-9troy«^ 12/^6 

in New York, in the Dry Goods District. 1 

m b e 

at the North Western Hospital, Hampstead, 

2; H»/ 

- in Nottingham Place, Regent's Park. 9 a 
10 c 

in Orcupalion H<»ad. Wsl worth 5 m 12 /* 

in the Old Bailey, at the "Bell " Inn. 2.^ n 

lOa— 24f'8a 

at Oldhsm. Clough Mill, Springhead. 31 m 

18 / 

in Oxford Mrevt at Phillips's China M.re. 

8 M K / 

Palisade Mountain Hctu«e, on the Hudson, 

De^triMCHl. b ; 5 n 

at I'Hitama. 80 a 7 f — 4 ill/ 

in P-*tprnoj»ter Row snd I^TeU'e Court, st 

Panlons Printing (M8ee, Ac„ 3 a 9 7—4 «r lO 
r^h • 10 « 

at Pesth. the Hungarian State Railway 

Goods Station. 2H m b h 

at IVierboroogh In6rni«ry. lOai 8// 

— St Port Said, One Half of the Arab Quarter 
Destroyed. 2.» a 5 #/ 

- - at Hangoim. IH a 5 #<— 19 « 7 »/— 21 • •> '• 

m Rcm! I. ion Square. Holbi»ni. 12 ai !•' « 

in No>:ency Street, Westminster. 2H w .'» /" 

at the >«gMniore Mill, at Fall River .Mms$«- 

rhusetis. I'fi u 1 r 

at Scole Ancient Hostelry. Norfolk. 11 i 10 r/ 

at Uj«'sd. Brunn. i:^) Buildings out ot t.^O 

Destr<»ye»l. 24 at 7 </ 

at Uxbiidge. ilie < hiHiwrs* Hotel l« w .^ /* 

at Vienna, the Stadi'lheatre lH'»in»\«^, 17 

M, 7 f>—\M H» 7 /-20iM 6 rt 

l>nn«tionj« for the Sufferers. 28 mb r 

at WadMov Chureh, near Slii^fllcld, 14 o 9« 



J Joe 3 0, 1884.] palmkk's indrx to .'* the times" newspai 



ER. 



Frft 



F.re^ (roHfinuefi). 

WalihAru Crosa Station Destroyed by, 19 

Ill Wnlwort?!, at Stopford UoAd, 19 m i) / 

at VVellinKtOii HhU. nenr Lincoln. 24 / i(» r 

- ill Weat Green Uoad, South rt)tteiiham, 5 ' 
w 12 f 

in West Point. Georifia. Sao*/ i 

in Wear Street, St. Martin'a Lane. « m 6 f \ 

in Weatboiirne Grote, at Mr. Whiteley'a, ' 

Great I»s8 ot Property, U8 a 10 u { 

Kinh .J. F. B.; on the London Governmei t Bill, | 

on »he Municipality of Boston. 30 m 10 d 

]}»U, Siziire of Bad, 5 u 18 J~9 m 4 a— 7 j H b 
FISHBBI£8:~ 

<%»r.ii»h, 5 iM 11 /-12 m 11 /—IS m 18 rf— 

3 / 4 / 

IK^ Salmon. 2« o 7 / 

G necnland 8«al 2 « 4 /" 

MackereL 5 « 10 rf 

at Kinaale. 2« 6 10 « 

Newfoundland Seal, 14 c# 9 / 

North Sea, 12 o 6 a I 

St-orch, 24 ; 9 6 ! 

Seal. 24 a 10 r I 

Tweed Salmon, 14 « 7 «— 28 « 1 1 tf— 26 m I 

K'-— 3t); 11 / 1 

Ft^hinongera* Company, Dinner to Viaitora, 24 

KitxmHurice (Lord Edniond) at the Liberal As- 

Bociation at Marlborough. 4 ; 6 a 
Fiizwilliam (Hon. W. J.) and hia Constituenta, 

28 7 12 a 
Fleming ( George) on the Cattle Diaeaae I^egia- 

lation. 2 u 5 a 

f Dr. O.) on Docking Horaea. 15 a 10 a 

Flu«ida in the Buphmtea Valley. 9 v 5 df 

in the Tijfria Valley. 1 1 a 8 ^ 

Iluiida. Suteof. 8m 11 / 

— I>and and tMortgage Company, 17 o 12 c 
Kl«»»»er Serimm. 29 /« 10 0-4/ II « 
Kowera f.»r the London Poor. IH w H // 

1 lux. *^uii & Co.. on the Krrnneuua Idea of the 

Srtle at Cromwell Hoiiae, 28 o 5/ 
Fuf; in I^ondon. 29 a 1 1 b 
FuKgo I Geo.) on the Home Government of India, 

14 a 8</ 

on the Indian Civil Service. 3 ; 4 a 

FoIkeatone(L(>rd) on the People'a Entertainment 

Society. 6/ 10 r# 

— on Mr. Stevenaon*a Motion 28 > 6 /* 
Fulkea I one- Boulogne Koute, Arrang^imenta for, 

lit a 5 'I 
FchhI and Druga. New Bill on the Sale of. 1676c 
Ford (T. M.) on the Steamer B^trghps^. 25 i h f 
Fordhani (H. G.) on the Coat of the Cambridge- 

ahire Election, 21 at 6 /' 
Foreign Appointmenta, I6a8d*3ml2</-17 

M 6 #f— 1 1 7 4 </- 21 f 7 a— 25 ; 8 a 

Bondholdera. 5 m 18 r— 10 m 18 (/~I4 m 13 

ft_4 , II /,— 12 7 10 6—27/ 11 6 

Boantiea 28 7 12 a 

Bounty Syat(*m, 12 f 10 a 

romroercial Intelligence, aea ai«ry dayt 

fttfitr 

- Judgnienta, Execution of, 16y 5 6 



Foreign Office. Notice. 30 a 1 2 d 

- Government Securitiea, State of Sharea ia, 
«aa eoerif Hay^s paper 

MfH'k Exchange in f.very day's pnptr 

Anic'rican and General Inveatmenia Truat 

Cj>mp»ny. 27 ; 116 

Foraier ( VV. E.) on Colonial Policy, \\ } 10 a 

Addreaa to hit Constituenta at Bradford 

Mm 12/' 

Note on, 21 ai 1'^ d 

Defence of hia Parliamentary Conduct in 

Keply to the Letter of the Bradford Liberal 
Four Hunilred, 22 w 8 a 

at Leeda, 18 a 6 n 

Reply ot the Hon. C. R. Spencer'a Spc«ch, 

30 m 10 ri 

at Yeadon. on Bdncation. 19 / 10 a 

on the Con^o Treaty. Iti a 8 b 

Forth Hridtfe. Progre«)8 of. 27 in 8 <i— 16 9 3 d 

Sketch of, 16 » 3 f/ & a 

Forwooil (A. B.) and the Merchant Shipping 

Que-^iion. 29 m lo 6 
Foster (B. W.) on AUutmenta for Labourera, 14 

m 3 / 
Fourth Party and ita Leader. 29 m 8 e 
Fowler r John) on the Situation in Ej^ypt, 80 a 4 

c— 7 IN 18 /— 21 »i 4 7— '?8 7 9 f 
(R. N.) on the Buaineaa of the Houae, 19 

7 8^ 

on Hoapital Sunday. 12 j 10 a 

;VV.) on the Vole of Cenaure, 15 w 11 /— 

16 7a 8 c/ 

( Wm.) on One Pound Notea, 29 a 10/ 

PAANCB:- 

and AbyaMnia. 20 m 5 »/ 

Academy Award the Chief Alphen Prize 

to the Writer of " Jean de Witt," 14> 9 <» 

New Membera, 26 7 5 c 

of Inacriptiona Award the " Prizde Bud- 
get*' to .VI. Adnlph. Neubaner, 19 a 7 a 

Agricultural Kxliibitionat Epernay. 12 )'5d 

and Annaoi Elect Profestaor Fawcett a« a 

Correapondenr. &c., 12 /« 1 J 

Appointmenta. 10 m 7 d^2(i\ 7 5 « 

Army Recruiting Bill. 13 7 o a 

Aumtile ^l)uc d*) Noticea about, 2:{ j 12 a 

-24 7 9 6-2:1 7 lob 

and the Australian (^oloniea. l<Wi 10 a— 17 

Q 4 /— 18 'i 5 a— 21 a 10 </— 6 ui 4 a— 6 m 6 # 

and Auatria. 19 a 7 d 

Balloon at Lille becomea Detached from ita 

Car in which were 20 Peraona and all Injured, 
2 y /— 4 / 5 <• 

Banquet at Montauban, 15 a 3 </ 

Bernhardt (Sarah) Sentence on the Libeller 

of, 27 m 5 rf 

Marahal Berwick, Unveding the Baat of, 

at the Oratorian CoUegea of Juilly, 17/56 

Betting L'lwa. 3 • o d 

Bonapartista in. 22 m 5 e — 23 11 5 tf 

Prince Victor Napoleon Leavea for Lon- 
don to Viait the Emprefis, 22 m 5 e 

Boulogne. Chamber of Commerce of, and 

the New Port 10 a 5 c 

Bud^t ' 'ommittce, 10 a 6 a 

Buifon'a Manaion at Moutbard Offered fyr 

Sale. H m 6 c 

o 4e 



Fra 



PlLlfEK^S IVDVX TO ^ TIIB TllTBa '* NKWffPAPEB. 



[Apra 1 t^ 



Ftanoe (continued). 

imd Burtnah. 7 d 6 e 

and Cambiidia. 20 ; 6 d-28 ; 8 a-27.; 6 « 

— - Case of Madame Sarah Bernbardt, \1 u b c 
of M. Lamy, 1 7 a 6 a 

of Gustare Paget, 13 ; 5 a 

of M. M. Parodi Galeo & COw, 20 / 5. A 

Colonia) CiMtoma, 28 ; ? « 

Comte de Parii. Notice about, Iff / * ^ 

— Comtesse de Cbambord, Seriuas Illness uf, 
U 7 96 

and China, 10 m 7 s~29 m 5 (/-31 m 7 e^ 

and Annam, 25 a 6 rf— 29^ a b c/— oO m 5 

./-4> 5// 

• and Tonquin. 1 ahd^2a7ak c— $ « 

A a — A a n a^5 a 7^ & «— 8 a § a & d—\0 a t> 



n^\2 .1 5 r — 14 a 6y~16 aB a& rf-17 o 5 f 
— iSrt 6rf— 19 a 7</— 21 a 6 a— 22 a 5a&d 
-TA a 7 f-24 a 6 «-26 a 7 rf-80 a 7 </— I »» 
5 »/— 2 m 5 r» — 3 m 7 ri — 7 m 7 a ft rf— 8 » 5 /> 
- !» m ."> A -12 w 7 a-12 m 8 a— 18 m 5 a— 14 
„, 7 „ & r— 16 m 6 & & </-17 m 7 6—19 m 7 rf 
- l«» /« 8ri— 21 m 7«-22m 8«— 22m8«-22 
u, z ,/-•_>» w 5 rf— 24 m T </-26 » 8 a— 27 « 5 
</ 2 ; 6 /— 3;3/— 4/ 6^-10/6 e— l^y*6 
-•?7 ; 5 A-28y 7q 
Cleriisl News. 2joJ 

Corrupr Practices by Oflkials, Trial of the 

Culprits. 3 / 3 e 

l>f!nonstration at the Grave of the Com- 

mun sts, Pnp i«ed 21 w 7 e--26 m 7 t 

Departmental Cauiicils, Spiing Sessions, 22 

n o II 

- Diplomatic News. 1 in 5 rf— 20 ; 5 6—21 j 7 d 
MarquiH Pseng Leaves, b ml b 

Divorce Bill in, 27 m 5 e~2S m 5 a— 2 16/ 

_« / 5 c- 1 i> / 5 6-2. » > 5 6-23 ; 7 c/ 

— Domestic **'ervint Tried and Convicted for 
1 fjinticide U / i) r 

" Dumas r. .J«cqiR»t to Supprpss his TiL'ture 

of " Ali'Xandre Dunnis as a .k»w," 2\ / 7 6 

Duiit'S on Cereals und Cattle. 22 m ."> (/ 

Dyiia miters in Paris, Police Wutchiig their 

Altitude UD<1 Probable Expulsion of, from 
1 rjiiicv' 21 ri S o & '■ 

Mu<t Kastern Africa, 14 m 7 c 

Kleclions. Tab /'- -8 u b d • \% a 5 n — 2 5 »i 

X f> -b w 7 r -6 m b o— 26 m 8 a— 3 / 3 / — iO 

. England and Egypt, lit n b d 

Epernay, a Champagne House in. Offers 

PriziS for Five Best Pocins on Champagne, 14 

. ExploMwn Newspaper Forbidden Circulation 

in, \'^ a b a 

. Ferry (*\f .) at Perigueux, 17 ti 5 6 

Fleet at Tangier, 14./ 9 (/ 

Foreign Anarchists in Paris, 14 a 5 e 

- Forged Rank of England Notes, Case of. in 
Faiis, bain 

^^ Franctf ai.d Senegal, 27 j 5 e 

. — Frenclb Squadron of Evolution, 2Ajbd 

Gani^'tta, Unveiling the Statue of, at 

Ca>u>re 7 a b r— 1 1 a 3 (f— 14 a 5 r— 15 a 3 a 

lianguet io Honour of the Occasion by 

the MayM-, l&a 36 

- — and (sermany, 4 a 5 < 
4U 



Franoe {c<mtiniud\ 

Gounod's •• Sappho ** and the " Bedemp- 

tion " at the Trocadero in Paris, 4 «6 a— 12 m 

10 d 

and Holland. 26 a 6 6—26 aid 

- — Horticultural Fjchibition ia Paria, 21 ■ 7 ^ 

Hospital. New Regulations, ^ubd 

Imports and Exports, 14 a 5 r — 16 n S d 

^— Independent Congregation, Rue St. HoDom, 

Present a Purse of 2,000f. to the Rer. Baroa 
Hart on his taking his Farewell, IL a 3 6 
Irish Liberators in, 7 m7 a 

Irish-Americans in Paris, 10 w 7 s— 19 w 8 « 

and Italy, 16>8 6 

Jardin des Plantes, Addition of a FuU-grovo 

Gorilla to, 24 a 6 

Death of. 28 6 5 6 

a Workman Falls over into the BeariT 

Pit, but is Resenod, 1 2 ; 5 rf 

Jon\ iHe. Prince and Pk-lncess, at Geneva 

2(i7 « / 

Julv Mo:.archy, an Historian Wanted for» 

*2('f(i If' 

M. Paul Tl'ureau Dangin Commences a 

Hiptorx of, 2»i H 1 h 

Legislative Proceedings, 1 a 5 « — 2 a 7 a— 

\ a b a—."! a 7 a — 7 ti 5 c— 9 a 6 6—10 a 6 h — 

19 m 7 i^'lb m b / — 31 m 7 6—2 / * rf Sjbc 
—9 / 7 6— 10 ; 5 (/- 1 1 ; * c- 14 / 9 tf- 16 / 7 
/-I7 5 6—19 / 6 6— 2« / 5 6—26 > 6 c-30 
jbd 

Conflict between the Senate and llie 

Chambers on the Paris Municipality Bill, 8 « 
5(1 

Lfghti.inji Strokes in. during 1883, 21 a 4 6 

and Madagascar. 1«» « 6 ^— 28 a 5 «— 3 m 7 

r & e — 1 2 /« 8 u— 1 « w 5 rf- 19 m 7 f — 21 « 7 * 

& «— 22 M 5 ir— 24 M 7 €—29 m 5 c/— 12 ; 6 «— 

23 ; 8 6 
Mas'tMcre of Missionaries in Tonquin, 10 a 

56 
Matches, Fine h*r Possessing. 10 > 5 e 

Medallions of Kuu^^eiun and Millet Unveiled 

at the BarblsoD Entrance to tlie Forest of 
Fortainbleau, 15 ti 3 u 

of Three Profe-'sors. Deprived of their 

Posts by the late Emperor, Placed in the 
(\>il('(;e of France, 14 d 5 «• 

the Ministers at IVri^neUX. 16 <? 5 o 

Mi>eillaiie<ms News, 17 m 7 c/— 20 ; 5 « 

- anil Morocco, 7 u 5 /— 2 mi 5 c — 6 m 5 c— 7 
m : </-IU« 7 1—12 m 7./— 12 m8 a— 15 m & 
«-_lji „i 8 « -21 /« 7 «— 23 m 6 c— 26 m 8 a— 

20 m 5 d-S\ m 7 c— 31 m 8 6—2 ; 6 /— 4 jbd 

— 6 ,56-6/5 c— 7 ; 7 r— 9 ; 7 (J— 1 1 j 6 c— 
12/5 •/&f-14/9a-16 / 7 /— 20 / 5 </ 

Solution of the Complications of France 

with. !♦ 4 rf 

Municipal Elections in, 12 m 7 </— 12 n 8 ^ 

— 14 wi 7 c 

New Municipal Conacil, \B m b d 

Ob(»ck to form a Coaling Station, 7 a 5 6 

Organ Festivals at the Trocodero, 15 a 3 a 

Palis (.Comtesse de) and Family at Cannea^. 

5 m 7<' 

Paris. AngiiMtmian Convent in, 2b j &d 

Anai'ebii»t.s in, 22 a 5 6 



Juno 30, 1881.J PALMCa's INDSX to ** IIIK TIMKS *' NKWaPAPKR. 



F./ 



Kano« (^rontinued), 

Paris. Mxsaion Work in, 27 « i c 

Irish and Irish- American loTincibles in, 

12tt5 a~2l a5 b 

Munibipal Council, R j 5 d 

Munidpalitj of, 13 a 8 c 

Proposal for a Major of , 29 a § « 

Public Works in, 16 a 10/ 

Royal Personages in, 14 in 7 c 

Russian Ambassador in, 21 a 6 d 

Bp. Titcomb Opens a New Home for 

English Girls in, 29 a 5 k 

State of Trade in, 10 a 5 6 



- M. Pasdeloup and his Concerts, 7 w 7 « 
'. and Perak, 1 7 « 7 c 

- and Peru, 13 m 5 </— 1 1 / 6 </— 13 j 10/-18 

Poll Tax at Boulogne. 5m 7 e 

Port Breton Case, 23 a 7 a 

Press on the Gladstone Cabinet, 17 m 7 c 

Pretenders in. 10 m Id 

Prince Napoleon and his Adherents. 9 m 5 6 

Prince Tamatoa, Pension Awarded to the 

Widow and Cliildren of. 17 a 5 6 

' Prince Victor Napoleon and Madame 

Aaban's Fortune. 24 m 7 a~26 m 8 a— 26 m 9 
a— 3«>m6 /— 11 ;5 6 

and his Father, Correspondence between, 

27>5c I 

Notice about, 28 ; 7 « 

the Peuple on the Case, 28 ; 7 6 

Provincial Bull Fights, 23 ; 7 d 

Public Works in, U) a 5 b 

Reactionists in, 8 m 5 c 

Recidiyist Question, 8 m 6 6—2 / 5 d 

^— Revenue Returns, lA a & e—\i m 5 J— 10 /« 
7rf 

Revision of the Constitution, 16 m h rf— 10 

m 8 a— 23 m 5 c— 26 m 7 e—'60 w 5 e—H\ m 7 
6—2 / 6 d— 4 ; 5 d—i j 5 c— 10 ; 5 rf— 24 ; 5 c 

M. Waldeck-Rousseau on. 8 ; 3 c 

Revolution of 1789. Intended Celebration 

of Centenary of, 30 m 5 / 

Rocham (,M.) hitf New Work, 29 m 5 h 

Rouen. Industrial Exhibition iti, i2 f 5 d 

and Russia. 1 7 a a « 

Salon and the Medal of Honour^ 24 m 7 c 

and ^>cotland. 21 no d 

t»ociaUst Workmea'ii ('oiigrc««<. 9 /i c r/ 

' and Spain, 3 #< 5 «— 9 n o r — \lnh «— 30 a 

7 d— 6 m 5 r— 10 m 1 b — \'l m' / - 1 2 «i 8 a — 
13 JN 5 #— 15 m 5 e— 23 w Ti r — 21J m S a— 27 m 
h A— 31 m 7 <?— 2 ; 6 a—h / 5 //— ♦> ; 5 r— 7> 7 
c— 9i 7 c 
and Morocco, 30 a 7 <»— 18 / 7 A 

Spanish Bull Fight at Niiiies, 11 y 5 c~13 

; 5 a 

- Stateand French Lucifer Match Companies, i 
£.11 to Unite, 24 m 7 d 

- Sugar Manufacture Trupusal to Found a j 
School for the Stutly of, 19/5/' j 
— Theatrical News, l^ a 7 (i — 16 m 5 t/— 21 m ' 
7 d- 3t) w o a I 

MadHme Bernhardt as Macbeth at tlie I 

I'orte 8t. .Vlnrtin. 22 m 5 a I 

in Toiiquiu. I2 > 5 e— 21) ; 5 d— 21 j 7 J— 23 



Frani-e i^ronttnu^d). 

Tientsin Tre.ity, 21 m 7 a 

and blngltind un the Tran:*portation Bill, 1 1 

41 3 tf — 19 a 7 n 

Transvaal Delegates iu Paris, 23 « 7 6—24 

a 5 A — 25 aft// 

Tri.-il of M. Hirsch fcr Passing False Bank 

of Kngland Notes. 9 m o d 

United St«ites Legation tind Coiiite de Pai is, 

29 III 5 «/— 2 ; 5 d 

a. id the Vatican. 3 3 r 

Wine Trade in. 16 ; 8 /' 

FrniK'hise Bill, Clause Allowing the Pul.ct> K');ht 
of Voting, 5 a 12 « 

Decision of the Hou«e of Peers for iV.e 

Second ReHdini; ol the Bill. 27 i o e 

Donionstraiiou at Bradford in Support ot. 

26 M o d 

of the London Tr.ides in Ilyde Tajk t«i 

Enforce, 23 / 12 h 
Mr. Albert Grey's Opi.iion of. 5 m We 

Liberal MeelJn<fb on. 23 a 10 6—21 J 12/— 

27 f be 

Meeting at Sheffield of Workin^' Men aboit, 

U u 6 c 

Motions on, 26 /» 9 /• 

Notes on. 2 rt s— 14 a 12 a— 21 m 5 h—.n 

w 12«-3/ 8 /—Iti; 6 / 
Notices about, 3 a 8 rf— 10 a 9 /— 17 ; 9 f 

—28 ) 12 a— 30;9</ 
Open Air Demonstration in London in 

Support of, 11 7 10 </ 

Mr. Woodall's Amendment, 12 > 9 « 

Froe Libriries, see Librariks 

Freehold Ground Rents, Sale of, at the Mart, 5 

;12.: 
Freemasons— Encyclical of the Pope Traducing, 

6 / 7//-16y 8a 
Grand Festival of the Craft, 2 m 8 e 

(x'ardmal Guibert Pastoruil Warning to 

Catholics not to Join, 30 ; 5 d 

Special Grand Lodge in Freemasons* Hall, 

25 a 8 rf— 4 j'\0 d 
and the Vatican, the Moniteur de Rome on, 

17 ; 5 « 
the Freiheit, Sale of Forbidden in France, 29 w 

5c£ 
French Anglian Church, Bloomsbury, Ne^v 

Minister, 3 m 10 c 

ArrhiBological Society, 26 m 6 d 

in I he East, 29 m 4 a 

Knibassy, 17 a 6 /—1 8 a 5 «— 20 ; 10 a— 2.> 

/ o / 

and English Libel Law, SjSe 

Indo-C^hina, 22 m 5 h 

- Matrimonial Tragedies, 4 > 10 / 

Fr^To ( Sir Bartle) Vote of Thanks Awarded to, 
by the Atricand r Board and Farmers* Associ- 
alion at Bedford, South Africa, 1 ti 9./ 

his Baronetcy Descends to his only Smi, 

31 Ml \\ e 

- Meeting at the Mansion Uon(«e to Kaise a 
Mem. riiil to. U) > 9 / — 12 ; 9 « — 13 / in f/ 

N...ico» about the M(*morial, 14 / 9d — 1^ 

./ i» / 

rropo>ed Memoir of. 20 ; 10 / 

Ftti.d«, iOo^Ubh and Foreign, sceevciy df'*/'-^ paper 

4i' 



Fiy 



PALna'S IHDSX TO " TIIK Tr«K3 *• !fK>V3P\PKIl. 



f A;iril I r'> 



1 ry ( Mr^. Elizabeth; Meeting at Qnjsvenur oii»« 
to Suppori the l'rop<i8Ht lu Kreet a Memorial 
Chuich to. Ml rhishel. her Old Hooie. 2ii / 8 '• 

i'Utham. Card. Manning Opens a New Notuan 
Catholic Church in, \o m*J e 

and Uanimersmith, Public Kecr^ation 

Ground for, io a \0 b 

Turners, New An.*hdeacon, Su m 11/ 



Gaitskeil Barr(r. E.)on Discontent in ihe Army, 

GallaghtT, the Convict, Notice about, 9 ; 8 o 
Unlbworthy E. 11.) on lloojerton >uiall Pox 

hospital. 20 ; 4/ 
GalUiti (Francis) Prize Kecords of Family 

Faculties. 19 //« 9 <~27 ; 12 a 

(Douglas) DweliiiiiTfl of the Poor. 10 ; 12 a 

Gaiiibier ^J. W.) on Atlantic Steamers. 14 m 4 / 
Garcia (Manuel; on the Argentine Kcpublic, 22 

u ti c 
Gardyne (Bruce) on the Philadelphia and K<»ad- 

ing Kailway, 23 a 13 h^l6 m 1 1 u-^i\ m i2 b 
Garmoyle Breach of Promise l*ase, 4 ; U / 
Garotting on the Embiiiik.uent, 6 m 10 s 
Garter. Order of, Lord Derby Invested with, 2 

m 9 r 

Gas, ^tate of Shares in Companies, see tveit/ 
Juy» paper 

Bahia. (J m 11 A-I9/a II r 

Bombay, b w 1 1 /» 

Bm'noA Ayres (New), 19 w II r 

Cuuiiiiercial. 6 a i3 »• 

Georgetown (British Guiana), am 13 /"— 29 

m lit* 

Imperial Continentnl. 17 a U r — 8 «• 11 < 

Malta and Mediierrunean, 31 m 18 </'-19 

.y 11 r 

Mauritius. 16 a 11 c 

Monteviilio, 15 ;m II c— 30 m \\ e 

Uiu de Janeiro, 7 « 7 n — 24 u li » — 19 j 11 

f_21 ; 1.1 it 

Sa?> Paulo. :>/« 13 /— 17 w 13 i»-30 m W c 

Gsutt-mala, Attempt to Assassinate the President, 

16 u 5 e 
General Life and Fire Assurance Coniptinv, 15 
/« 1 1 A— 22 /« II c 

- 8to<'k Exchange, 8 a 1 1 <• 

Genoa ( l^uke of) Baptbun of the Infant Son ef, 

24 a 6 r— j9 a 5 h 
Geographical Knowledge, Note on, 4 i 10 « 

Society's African Expedition. 14 / 14 of 

George (Henry) Address in Shoredirch Town 

Hall on the Exptriences in Givat Britain, 1 

« 9 / 

' Banquet to nt Criterian, 7 <7 6 « 

• Ctmiplimentary Dinner to. in New York on 

his Ueturn, 14 m 6 e 
Meeting at Anderson's Hotel of Scotchmen 

to Welcome, 7^6 u 

Movements of, 9 « 8 r- 10 a 6 A 

(iermao i olonizalion. 26 ; 4 e 

Erab>i»i«y. 18 .* 7 /*— 29 a 8 <>— ;io / 1» *• 

Ho(«pi(4il, 39th AuiiiverMiry Dinner at 

Willis's Kooms. i /ii 9 e 
. — ^hukespear Society. 2(»th Annual ^Tecti^^. 
held in Weimsr, 26 a 7 6 
48 



GERMANY :— 

A)»}>oin»mpnt8. 7 n S fi 

Army Maitoavres. 29 a 5 a— 1 mi* A— 6 m 

U n 

Arrest »»f an Eni;lish Fluherman. 3 ; S € 

of a Young Armed Man at Ems. 24 / 5 /V 



Autumn Manoeuvres. 25 i 5 h 

lierlin. Arrest in of one of the AttMsins of 

Col. Soudsikin. 9 if 5 d 

Meeting of ( Parpen t«r«. 4c. in. to Deman*! 

more Wages for less Work, 21 « 5 */ 

New ..ngliiih Church in to Ooranaeniorate 

theCniwn Priiicens's Silver Wedding, Profreas 
of, 10 a 6 r— 26 /« 7 h 

Bistmarck (Prince) his 70th Birthday, t v 

6 /*— 2 alb 

of 1868. 20f 5r 

Health »»f 26 « 7 6—26 / 5 e 

Movement!* of. 20 ; 6 d 

on Nations a^ Genders. 20/3 e 

^^w liook about. H a 10 « 

Parlianientarv Soirees. 21 y 7 <■ 

KM Plover Kggs Sent to. 2 a 7 4 

Proposed Honrcment from Offl «, :l a 5 i 

— 8 'I 5 h 

<m !h#» Socialist fjiw. 10 #« 7 *• 

statue of. Cnveiled at Iver. 2 « 7 * 

liuhiw ( Hans von) No finger Court Piam*t, 

I A (f 5 /• 

< entrRl G«-rman Ranking Institution, Meet- 
ing to Kstablish. 7 m 7 U 

and < 'hina. 14 /a 7 r — 25 ; S h 

— Cholera t^ommiision in. 19^7** 

C\»l..nial Policy, 24 / 5 r-26 ; 5 «— 26 j 5 r 

Project K in, 2 la 5 r 

< 'ompetitioii for the Best Models of New 

Pattern Helmet Knap^at•k, Water Bottle and 
Marching Bo(»ts. 4c., 27 a & a 

and the ( 'orea. 19 « 7 ^ 

CouiH'il of Slate, Proposal to Re-Estatdl«h. 

24 a be -26 a 7 6—28 a 6 s— t / 5 rf— 19 y 5 • 

—20 / 5 # 

Court News, 18 « 5 '/— 19 a 7 *— ! la 5 6— 

7 III 7 6—8 m 5 A— 9 m 5 6- 12 si » «— 18 m 5 f 

— 14 in 7 a— 16 m 5 rf— 19 m 7 c/— 29 m 5 r— 4 
ifirf-l2;6r 

Crown PrinCv.* at Brussels, 7 • 6 c 

Keiurns to Berlin. 8 a 5 A 

' the Emperor Dines with Prince B a narck, 

I 11 ; 5 r 

I Health of. 2 a 13 a-8 » 5 a— 4 « 5 a 

— 5 n 7 a— 7 n o — H a 5 6— 10 a 5 r -> || « :) 

^ — H; n 5 *— 23 a 7 "--24 u 5 6—29 a S t-i 

I iw 6 .- 5 w 7 6—6 m 5 6—9 in 6 6—19 « 8 «— 

I 3<» HI a ft 

leaves f«»r Ems, 14 t 9 c— 1 7 ; 5 A 



Hi-alth of the Empress, 17 ci 5 «-2l »» 6 

# — 22 I ."> h— 6 »i 5 « — 10 m 7 r— 12 m^h 

Prince of Wales in Berlin, 9 « 5 6—9 «♦ 

8 c -\'J w 7 e 

Urception of the Empress of Russia «t 



Berlin. 5 » :# e 

KovmI Weildings. 



7 T — 14 m 7 b~ ^ 



7 W 



Diplomatic News. 2 a 7 6—7 / 7 e— 11 ) o c 

-IS i7 h 
— Lm. ^ration, 6 m 5 6 



June SO, 1884.] 



PALHKR's INDKX to " TIIK times** NI?:\V8IAI'K!1, 



Got 



Geimany (ronttnveff). 

Dynamite Kxplosion at Rndeshiim, S0a7 h 

At Hafpifn. 2 m 5 6 

and EnfclHnd. 6joh 

Ex])Wiyet Bill, 6 m 5 6^8 m 5 a— 1(> m 6 </ 

and Prance, 21 i b H 

Guild of Shoemakers, and Historical Pro- 
cession in Berlin to CeWbnite tiie Siath Centen- 
ary »tf its Rzistance, II f he 

Imperial House of Parliament, Proposed 

Lnying of the Foundation Stone of the New 
huihlingt. '^4 <i 5 6~28 m n e— 5 ibd—\Qjbh 

Legislatire Proceedings. 1 a 6 a— 23 m 7 A 

— 26 a 6 6—29 n 6 </— 30 n 7 6—1 m 6 6—9 m 
5 6-14 m 7 6— 28 m 6 </— 16 J 8 o- 17 ) o b-^ 
«0;5 « 

- Meeting of the Working Man at Berlin For- 
bidden by the Police, 1 1 o 6 6 

Mieserwald Monument, a Man Confesses to 

baring Attempted to Blow up, 20 m 5 df 

^lilltary Ballooning, 7 ; 7 < 

Misctllaneoos News, 18 a 5 d— 22 a 5 «— 

28 fl 5 6—2 'A 6 6-16 wi 6 d— 17 m 7 c— 31 m 
7r— 2;5y— 13/6c 

Mommspn { Profes-or) Declines to be Re- 

Klected to Parliament. 24 a 6 « 

Panorama of the Defence of Paris on View 

in Berlin, 22 a 6 6 

and Persia, 22 « 5 e 

Prince of Bulgaria ank« the Hand of Princess 

Victona but the Emperor withholds his 
Sanction, 13 m 5 «/ 

Keported Arrival of a Woman from America 

with 3 Trunks of ExploMves. 1 7 ; 6 6 

Ke^ponsible Ministry for the Empire 

Proposed, 3 a 5 rf 

^— Roman Frontier in, 12 « 11 6 

and Russia, 8 a 6 6—18 a 5 6—23 a 7 6—29 

a 5 a— 6 m 6 6—10 m 7 c— 22 m 5 rf— 23 m 5 d 
—24 mid 

Russian Refugees in. 24 m 13 ./— 26 m 8 a 

Socialist New Bill. 12 /w 7 </— 13 m 5 r 

'* Huciety for German Colonization " Formed 

in Berlin, 6 ei 7 a 

- and Spain, 12 m 7 s— 16 /8a 

Spanish Military Missiion to, 12^ 5 # ' 

Sporting at Berlin, 1 6 a 6 6 

Steamers, Regular Lines of, 24 a 6 6 

Tax on Financial Transactions, 24 m 7 6— 

2t)iw6r/-6j6«-7;7« 

and the Transraal. 28 m 5 </ 

and the United Mates, 9 m 5 a- 18 > 7 a 

► and the Vatican. 7 ; 7 g 

^— and Western Africa, 17 a 5 6-19 aid 

22 a 6 6 
— - Working Men's Assurance Bill Passed, 23 

j 1 C/-28 ; 7 d 
(Gerrymandering, Note on, 18 ; 4 r 
(ihuse i^L.; on the Indian Civil Serrice, 6 m 6 c 
(iibraltar, Discovery of Old Cannon in, 9 / 8 a 
Gibson C— }-at the Albert Hall. Iveeds. 19 « 8 /? 
'lit. Hon. K.; at Manchi^ter on the 

Abandonment of General Gtirdon, 1 2 itt 9 e 
Gii&n (R.j on the Sugar Bountiea, 18 > 4 a— 23 

;6r 
Gilford ( Sir H. ) at the Conservative Club, Bishop's 

btortiuFd, 'S6 m e 



Gililea r Major) on the Afghan War lielief Fund, 

W a b e 
GirdU'stone (Canon on the Franchise Bill, 3 / 8 r 
GliuUtune ^Herbert) on ihe Affairs atKharioum, 

19 « 8 f ' 

at Brentford, 26 / 6 rf 

at I^eiis. lo Open the Liberal Cliib at 

Buruiantofm. 21 o 10 e 

(J. M.) (in I)i»iiiie(l Burinl Grounds as Re- 
creation ijaid'Mif. ».Vf., 6 / 4 / 

O'l^f^'J Fi»rnially i>pen8 the »^ite of Old 

Horseniu i^er La lO Gaol as a Keoreatioii 
Ground for the I'eople. ^ m'A f 

Evening l-^ariie-, 12 / H ^ - U / 13 f 

V^t. Hon. W. E.,on thi' Bradford Liberal 

Four Hundred jiiul Mr. Korater. 24 m 10 

Health of, 2 o 11 /— 4 c« 9 /— 5 a 1 1 /*-7 

a 10 6-8 a 10 c— 14 a 9 /-I 7 a 9y-19a 12 
/-24 fl » « 

and the Income Tax 19 a 12 </ 

and thi* Ari».h Land Act, 20 /» 8 / 



- and Local Option. 7 /« 10 b 

and the Vlerchant Sliippins; Bill, 28 w 5 « 

and the Miinc^icater iiiberal Association, 

17 m 10 /' 

Movements of, I a 9 /■— 4 n 9 / — lo n '.\ e 

— 16 " 9 /— 21 a 6 />— 22 a 5 /— 2<5 //ill /— 16 
; 8 6— 17; 9 // - 18 / II / 

AV^A (rfrnmn Gizette on the Di favonr 

Shown to. at the Opening of th^ Health 
Exhibition. 14 »» 7 6 

on Oostruction, 23 m 10 h 

on Parliamentary Busines!^. 19 m 12 « 

on Perpetual Pensions. 20 / 9 /— 23 ; 5 c 

Reply to the Address of the (Congrega- 
tional Uni<m, 24 m 10 6 

and Lord Saliftbury, 12 f 10 <■— 23 ; 12 <i 

and the JSheffleld Liberals. 9 a 10 cf 

Speech vn the Adjournment of the House 

to be Printed and Exiendiv«tly Ciri^ulated. 5 a 

10 c 

on the Speaker^ Rulings. 19 m II / 

on Though I. Hfadi ig. 20 / 8 f?— 25 / 7 a 

and the Vote of Cvisuie, 7 m h 

Glasgow Shipowners' A99ociation. on the Depres- 
sion in the Shipping Trade 26 a 9 / 
Gleig (G. li.) on the Discontent in the Army, 31 

m 8/ 
Glennie (J. T. Stuart) on the Case of the Scorch 

Crofters. 21 n 10 /— 8 m lu 6-27 m 4/ 
Gloucester Cathedriil, New Honorary Canon, 16 

,19/ 
Gold Coinaire, 28 a 8 a— '2d a 1 1 «— 1 m 10 /*- 5 

m 5./-7 m 12 tf—\2 m i* rf— 4 / 10 6 
GoMie (Uev. C. D.) on Offering up Prayers for 

General (tonlon H m b d 
Golrlsbruugh and ('Ompany, 19 n 18 e/ 
GoMsinid vl*'-tij <>" the International African 

Association 4 / 4 a 
Good l'eui{*lar^ Independent Order of. Reports 

of. la 10/ 
Gordon (General) Memorandum on th« Native 

Qn«-tion c»f South Africa, i i u 8 a 
G jj'Cliv^n — ; at Leeds, 18 a 6 c 
(G. J.) on the National Debt CouTersioq 

Bill 12 i7 / 
Gothland. Anti<(itities in, 38 m ij 

49 



Gou 



PALUCk's I!f I»EX to •' rriE TIMBU " NBWSPAPKIt. 



[April I ly 



Oiumod and Wagner. H a 5 c 

Gourley (E. T.) letter to Mr. Gladstone on hit 

Speeirh on Kirypt. 19 « 9 e 
Go vernc98O0 Benevolent Insti ution. Annivertarr 

Dinner, 8 m 10 e 
Government and the Coming; Art Salen, 12ilO« 
Life Annuities. 19 n 18 A 

Printing. Official Inquirjr into IO,m 9« 

Stock Inventment Company, 14 m \:\ k 

Graham (Gen. Sir G.) in f^mdon. .SO a 10 e 

- — Banquet to, by the Junior United Strrico 

Club, 16 w9/— *23iii 10 a 
Grant « General) Interviewed by an American 

Journalist, i i 9 f 
Grantham (W.) on the Divorce Court and the 

Labourinc: Claspes. 10 *i 7 o 
Granville (J. M.) Hope as a Remedy against 

Disease, 17 a 12 c 
GrHve«nd. the Lord Mayor at. to Formally Open 

the New Port of London Hospital at Deuton, 

18a 6 /• 
Gray (Thomes) on the Steamer Connolution^ 22 

m 10 r 

- rW.) and the County Court Summons 
againg Sir W. Harcourt. '/h « 7 /* 

Giayji Inn, Grand Day of Trinity Terra. 23 i \2J 
Grand Day of Easier lerni. 16 w 10 6 

New Benchers. 26 a 8 d 

lieader, 11 ; 7./ 

Treasurer. 2 o 11/ 

Gray's Inn Hond Improvements. Note on. 4/86 
Great Laxey Mining Company. 9 o We 

Seal, Bill to Simplify the Using of, 16 m 3 « 

OEEEGE:— 

Chief Antagonists in, 5 w 3 d 

Court News, 16 a 9 /— 17 ci C c— 5 m 8 a — 

7 m 8 n— 3 ; 7 /— 7 ; 7 d 

. Exhibition of the Relics of the War of 

Independence Opened by the King. 6 a i r 

n Great Independence K^^te at Athens. 1 ah f 

^f- Greek Firm m En^lnnd forward a Large 
8um for the Public Benefit. 10^5/ 

•— - Legislative Proceedings. 2 a 7 6—5 alb 

New Diseast ia, 12 m 8 A 

^^ (Ecumenrcal Councils and the Patriarch. 6 

i> 7 r 
"—^ MisctllaneouB News. 7 m 7 h 
•^— Reforms during M. Triconpis*s Admistra- 

tion, 2 a 5 r 
— > M. I'riconpis, Enthusiastic Reception at 

Volo. 26 m 8 a 

- M Vacoverie's Predictions Concerning, 10 
a 6 e 

Green (Henry) on the Merchant Shipping Bill, 

7 a 7'«— 8 a 10 s 
Greenock Chamber of Commerce and the Board 

of Trade on ('asuallies of Sea other than by 

Wrecks. 30 n 10 o 
Greely Relief Expedition. 8 <» 8 c/~15 a 8 </ -19 

a 7d— 24«5d— lOw 7e— 12 w 7 r 
'— the Af^-t Reaches Newfoundland. 21 w 7 / 
^ American Reward for the Rescue or In* 

formation about, \2 n r* d 
•^— Proclamation Offering a Reward to any 

Discovering th Fate of, 12 w 1 1 ; 
Greenwell (W. E.) Parks Kailway Bill 19 m 9/ 
Gieenwich, Movement for a Charter fur, 10 i 8 6 
50 



Gregory C W. H.) the Government and the Coming • 
Art Sales. 12 9 1(» « 

on the Purchaae of Objects for Our Natiooal 

Institution. 7 t 14 r 

Greswell ( Wm.) Sute- Aided Emigration. 16 a 5 « 
Grey (Earl) on Egyptian Finance. 5 i 12 a 

on the Government Policy in Egypt. 12 at 

lea 

Griffin (Lepel) on Rnssian Advance Towards 

India, 26 m 10 a 
Grmiston ( Hon. Robert) Memorial to, SO m 9 / 

Memoirs of, in Preparation 6 y 10 a 

Grosv«nor Gallery Libmry, 2! a 11 b 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, 5 

f 11 h 
Guildhall School of Music, Awards on the Com- 
petition, 26 i 6 e 

- Concert of the StudenU at the City of 
London School, 26 y 8 c 



Hadley ( Ald.^ Bankruptcy of. 13 y 9 « 
Hagopian (O.) the New Catholioos of Armenia, 

2.; 8 6 
Hailevbury College, Award of Scholarshipa, S a 

13?- 

Distribution of Prises Award with Names 

of Recipients, 28 ; 6 / 

Hales (John W.) on Cremation, 7 « 6 * 
Halifax, Heforni Demonstration at, 19 m 12 r 
Hsll Marking. 12 « 4e 
Hull ^Oakev) on the London Government Rill, 

21 a M / 
and the Municipnllty of Boston, 80 m 10 

rf-3l «i iV/ 
( Wm.) on Small Pox in London. 6 i 7 e 

rW. H.; Profit Sharing, 1H;6« 

Hamburg. ** Savonarola,** at the Stadt Theatre, 

19a 7/'~22a6 6 
Hamilton Loid O.) at C^httwick. 12 ; »0 / 
Hamley ^Lt. Gen.) on the Russian Advance 

Towards India. 19 m 5 n^29 m H 6 
Hammond (K'obert) on Electric Light in Our 

HoUf«i>s. J 7 « 9 r 
(Walter J.) Kailway Investments in Brazil. 

19a 5c 
Hampden (lA>rd) Banquet to, at the Mansion 

House. 28 / 6 A— 2n ; 4 / 

Takes his Seat in the House of Peers, 20 m 

Wn 
Hanipstead Heath Exten^^ion of. 14 / 18/ 
Hampton Court, the State Apartments Op«*n to 

View, 7 a H» • 
Ilat«d-in-Hand Fire and Life Insurance Society, 

MO a 18 n 
Hnnau. Princ*^ Henry of, Abjires Profestanti«m 

and Embraces Romanism. 1 i 7 e 
Hannington (Rev. James) Ap]>ointed Bi»h»p of 

M«iml)a8sa. ii\ mi 6 / 

- C/Onsecration of, at Lambeth Palace, 25 

no/ 

Hanover. Monument to those who Fell in tlie 
Franco- Prussian War, Un veiling of, II' «». h •> 

Harbour Accommodation, 16 w 10 r~2i w 6 /' 
-r23 m 8 o— 2H mo f 

Harbours of Refuge. 6 ; 9 / 

Harbouring Conspiracy, Paper on, 27 ta 4y 



June 80, 1884.] rALMKR's imdbx to ^ the timks" newspapbk. 



Il09 



Harcoart (Sir W.) at Leeds. 18 a 6 6 

mt the National Liberal Club, 22 m 5 / 

Opens the New Liberal Club at Derby, 17 

o 7 a 

Sued at Oxford for £i 1 5s. for Buttonholes 

and Cut Flowers SupplUd to him for his Elec- 
tion. 25 a 8 </— 28 a 7 / 

Vi«t to Derby, 12 a 9 /— 18 a 7 « 

Harrison (Frederie) on the Multiple Control, 9 

i 10 a 
Harrow School Examination, 8 « 10 <f 
Award of Scholarships, 11 a 4 e 

Dinner, 5 w 1 8 / 

Hasslacker (James) on Bushy Park, 29 m B b 
Hatfield (Capt.) and Mr. Chamberlain on the 

Shipping Bill, 22 m 6 / 
Datton f W. H.) on the Franchise Bill SI m 12 s 
HaHghtoD (B.; on the Tramways Atit, 12 al d 

on Uussian Advance Towards India, 8 ; 8 / 

Hawarden. Libersls from Lincoln at. 9 / 13/ 
lla> (Adm« J. C. Dalrymple)on Vote of Thanks, 

23y oa 
Ilayev (S. H.) Landowners of Ireland and Mr. 

Trevely -n's Scheme, 6 ; 10 r 
Hayman (Dr. Henry) •• Who Wert." 29 m 8 c 
Ilayti, Deaths in the late He volution, in, \2 a 5 d 

Massacres, 26 a 7 c 

^'— the Kebels Amnestied and Peace Tastored, 

2da5d 
Uealih. Kegistrar-General's Weekly Return, 8 a 

10 /-9 a 9 / — 18 a 8 «-2 m 4 c— lo m 8 «— 

21 m 6 A-29«i ♦ /— 6 j 4 /— 14> 12 a— 19 ; 6 

€-27/ 4 c 

Aids to. 7 a 10 a 

of Hamsgate, Note on, 10 a 6 6 

ot Switzerland, 19 ? 6 b 

Hearts of Oak Permanent Building Society, 7 

; 13 c 
Heaven (H. S.) on Albanian Forests. 16 ; 6 e 
Hellenic Society, Annual Meeting of, 28 9 5 / 
Heneage (E.) on the I«incolii Election, 17 i 11 d 
Uenry (Miuhell) on New Public Offices, 14 ; 7 a 
Herbert (Auberou) on Hypocrisy Below and Re- 
spectability Above. 15 a 8 / 

Mim^te. ial Arithmatic, 4 / 8 /" 

Ouiside of the Plotter. 23 a 6 / 

Herediury Pensions, 19 w II / — 21 m 12 a 
Herring v^Styleman) on Emigration. 14 a 8 6 
llerschell (Farrei) on the Merchant Shipping 

Bill 8 a iO« 
Hesse, Grand Duke of. his ** Left-handed" Mar> 

riage Dissolved. 7 m 7 6—9 mi 5 6—15 )a 5r — 

1 9 //« 7 d —2d HI a r- 4 ; o 6 
Movements of, 22 m 7 d 

the Minister Resigns, 30 m 6 <i— 81 ml c 

Hessey (,Archdo.)on the Rev. Alex, Taylor, 16 

a 6 € 

Heygate (F. W.) on the Irish Land Question, 23 
j 10 b 

Hibbert Lectures, 21 a 11 0— 80 a 6 a— 12 mSd 

Hicks- Beach (Sir M.) Address la his Constitu- 
ents. 5 a 10 c- 29 ts4 7 b 

at Teibury, 10 n tf « 

Hidden Treasure Discovered in a Secret Drawer, 
23 m 5 c 

Hij(h Water at London Bridge, see evfiy du^^s 
puper, ujttr Skw NKwa 



Highland Crofters, tee Scottish 

Land and Law Keform Association and the 

Crofters, 27 ih 5 1/— 14 ; 12 <• 

Hill (Arthur) on the Government and the Irish 
Orangemen, 7 i 12 c 

( Florence Davenport) on the Women Fran- 
chise. 23 in 1(» a 

Hirsch*s Copenhagen Oil Mills, 29 o 11 c 

Holland and Acheen, 23 / 8 6 

Celebration of the Ter -centenary of the 

Death of William the SUent, Uj 5 6— 17i 4 c 

Court News. \7 ab U 

King of, in Brussels. 2b) b d 

and England, 2 ci 7 r 

Legislative Proceedings, 2(i a 7 d 

Proposed Marriage of the Young Princess 

with the Sen of the Duke of Edinburgh, 10 
j b e 

Serious Ubiess of the Friuce of Orange, 9 

; 7d 
Holyoake (G. J,) on the South Kensington 

Terror. -0 / 4 / 
Home fur Daughters of Missionaries at Watham- 

stow. Meeting in Support of, 17m 126 
for Freed Women Slayes in India, 12 a 11 

/— 23« \2d 

Hospital Movements, Annual Meeting, 10 

>4a— 14; 9e 

Meeting at the Mansion House to Further, 

11 7 8a 
I^s.^ons. 29 Iff 6 / 

for Little Boys at Farningfaam, Annual 

Excurbion, 5 m 8 s 

for Lost and Starving Dogp, 6 m 9 / 

and Foreit;n Investment and Agency Com- 
pany, 30 / 1 i (f 

Homes for Working Girls in London, Meeting to 
Establish, 21 ; 6 / 

Homerton Small Pox Hospital, 30 m 7/— 9 1 4 d 
-2i) ; 4 / 

HomcBopattiic HoHpital, Ormond Street, New 
Win}; Added to. 7 a \0 f 

Hop Growers and the Kailways, Meeting at Can- 
terbury. 2.1 / 8 / 

Hops. Australian, G m \\ e 

Hope as a Remedy against Disease, 1 7 a 1 2 e — 
loa « «— 22 a 7 e 

llomsby and Souit. 16nt II c 

Hursburgh fJ. M^ on Half-penny Stamps and 
Fost Caids, 27 1 A c 

Hor-^e Show. Anaual, at Vienna, 29 a 5 a 

at Islington, 2 ; 10 e— 3 ; 8 rf 

at Manchester, 12 w G s 

in Paris, 4 c 4 a 

and Shi>ep Show in Rome, b ml d 

Stealers. Violent Conduct of Two, at Ed- 
monton, 13 <i 7 ri 

Horses, Docking of. Note on, 15 a 10 a 

Breeding Draught. 12 a 4 e 

Sale of. at Sealiam Harbour, An \0j 

Ho8k}ns-Abrah.ill (,J.) on the Brilliant Meteor, 

2 . tnS 1I 
Hoapiial for (Consumption, Brompton, Annual 

Court. 3ii m l» I 
for Di^Mf.isis of the Chest, 35th Annirersarj 

Festival. .) 'i 13 c— 7 w 13 / 

Nomesu'liiiure, 14 a 3 a 

b\ 



fi06 



PALMRR*tt INDEX TO '^ TUft TIUSS " 1IBW0PAPBR. 



[April 1 to 



Iloflpiul for Disenset of the Throftt, 2iit Aanoal 

MeetinfE. 1 6 m 9 « 
Saturday Fund, Report of the 1888 Collec- 

tiuD8, 3i) a he 
Tonference of Working Men on, 26 m 8 e 

Sunday, Note on, 12 / 10 e 

Fund. Spt^inl M«H?ting. 6 m 8 A 

Service* and (Collections, 16 ; 9 rf— 17 ' 8 

«-18/ 12«-iy / 7«— 2U; a«- 'lb) 7 €—28 

;7/ 

8ub9(*ription8. Note on, 20 » 4 /* 



Hound Show at Peterborough. Eight Annual, 28 

House of Lords. Lejral Caites. hm Citil Actioks 

Housing of tho Working Classes, \1f*«tingsof the 
Koyal ConiuiiRsioD on, at Whitehall. 2 a W f 
— 5 o 10 d--.2a H 10 a~2($ a 1 1 /— 30 a 12 a— 
8 m II /■— 7»M 7«— 10 w 12 o— U m llo— 17 
m 11 /-20w7/~9.; 8rf-lO/ 18 a— Hi 9 f 
—14 ; 13y-19 ; 4 a-21 / 11 /-25 j 9/-.28 
;11/ 

Confeience at ihe Health Exhibition on, 81 

m 18 e 

Howard (Jas.^ on the Cattle Disease Legislation, 

Howarth (Henry H.;on the Fourth Party and iu 
Leader. 29 m 8 r 

Union of Conservaiiye Associations, 3 j i^ / 

Hubbard i J. 6.) on the Interest on the Public 

Debt, :W a 6 y— 6 « /— 19 m 9 <^— 29 m 10 / 

— 16;9A 

Hudson's Kay Company, 1 1 i 1 1 «— 14 ; 15 r 
Hughes (, Thomas) on the Indian Civil Service, 

14 M 4 <i 
Hull ( Kdward) Gulf of Sues at the Time of the 

Exodus. 2'6 m b a 
Human Skeletons, Discovery of Ancient, at Coic 

in Moravia, 8 ; 8 c/ 
HUNOAEY:— 
Arie^t of a Forger of Russian Notes. 8 a 5 6 

Clo^il g of Ihe Parliament wi.h a Speech by 

the Km]H.'ror 21 ml h 

El« «tioii Kiots at Klanser.b irg, 4 » 5 r 

Electioi.s, 1(» ao A-4>5 c -14 ;0 6—16/8 

6-17 /o/. — 18 ;' 7r— 19 * 5 c— 20 ; 5 r & d 

Kxtiiliiiionof Hungarian Prodwe, 10 »# 7 rf 

Je\v« t liirK'-d with the Murder of Esthar 

Sol>'mo!«i. Discharged, o « 7 c 

Ni'W l.ojiii. laid 

LeKi»luiive Proceedings, 7 a 5 /— 20 w 5 c 

— 21 u, 7 h 

Scene in the Hou»e, 8 rt 6 6—4 u 5 a 

Liberal Candidate Stoned, 8i 8 / 

Kiot at Pesth, 18 m 3 <t 

Sentence on Dr. Rosenberg Reduced to Six 

Months Imprisonment, 2 a 7 (/ 

Hunt Servanrs" Benefit Society, Annual Meet- 
ing, 30 m ^ f 

liutioii (J nines F.^ on the Congo Treaty, 2 i IS 
6—16/ 4 t 

Huxley (Prufe-sor") on Kdncatinn, 15ni 4 • 

11) acini he ^Pere) in London, 12 ; 7 « 

li yde Park, the I>iii«t in. 14 w 8 6 

Hydrophobia. Cure for. 20 m h e 

H.V|»<KMi.-y Bi'l»»w, Rciittectability Above, Note 
oil, !•» a ^ I 



Illustrated Naval and Military Magasine, a New 

Perii>dii*aL 17 ; 10 c 
Imperial Defeace. Col Nugent ■ Paper ob, 5 « 

11/ 
Imports of Fresh Meat. 14 / 8 /* 
Incorporated Law Society. Class Lilts, 24« 12 / 
List of Past Examinations. 10 at 6 c 

Society of Authors, New OfBcea, 24 a 12 / 

Note on. 8 ; 8 if 

Index Expurgatorius— Padre Curei's ** Vaticano 

Regio" Pkcedon, 81 mid 
India Council. Commercial Representative on, 22 

CI 10 a 

New Member, 7/11 / 

IKDIA:> 

Annual Loan for Public Work% 10 « C a 

Appointments, 14 m 1 1 </ 

- Army News, 80 / 5 a & « 
^^— Scheme for Increasing 27 i 5 e 

Arrest of a Russian .lew in, as a Spy. 7 ; 7e 

Balance Sheet of the Foreign Trade of, 4 

/ 10 6 

Bcloochittan, News from. 5n 7a— I9ai7 

d^2 I 5 c— 6 ) 5 e— 9 / 7 c— 16 / 7 6 -23 ; 7 rf 
-30 ; 6 6 

— — Bengal Chamber of Commerce, Meeting of, 
8; 8 a 

Tenaner Rill, lab 6—14 a 5 a— 15 • 5 

c/-tK a 8c -17a 86-l8a I0<?— 21 aoa— 
21 a tf 6-22 a 1 f—SO a 6 /— 5 m 7 a— 10 m 7 
«— 12iM 7'i— 13iN 4 6— 2rNi 3«— 2;5c 

Meeting about, 26 ; 1 1 « 

Black Hole of Calcutta, Tablet Placed over 

the Spot with Suitable Inscription. 14 « • a 

Bombay Exhibition, 9 ; 7 a— 23 ; 7 c. 

Budget. 2H rt 5 a— 22 mSj 

Burmah, News about, 80 ; 6 6 

C'yclone Passes Over, Damaging the 

Chartered Bank of India, 22 w 8 0— 2U mbj 
^8; 8 6 

King Thebaw Takea a Second Wife, Sj 3 c 

Rebellion in, 7 o 5 6-21 a 6 6-19 si 7 / 

Civil .Service is. Note on. 19 a 10 a 

College and Medical School for Boys and 

Girls, Established at Kassimbasar. >4'w llct 
1 *oolie Shot on Board the Ytnon, 3 y 3 6 

Cyclone in Akyab, 23 m 5 d — 26 m 7 « 

Ecclesiastical Grants in, 26 a 6 « 

Expedition against the Kakan Pathana for 

their Murderous Outrages, 29 a 5 tf 

Fergusson (Sir Jamet) and Dr. Banks, U 

a 5 a— 21 a 5 6 

Frontier Question. 17 ; 6 c— 28 > 8 6 

— > Harvest Prospects. 9 t 7 a 

Himalayan Snowfall Reoort on. SQjbh 

Home Government of. Notes on, 12 a U ^ 

—14 a Sd 
Ilbert Bill Further Correspoodeoce on, in 

a New Blue Book. 25 a 9 /' 
Conies into Force, 8 m 7 c 

Judges ef the (^alcutta High Court and 

Ijord Hariington*s Remarks on the Ilbert Bill. 
14 m 3.— hi ; 7 6 

|«aw of Landlord and Tenant in, 28 a 4 « 

— ^ Lict'UM.* Tax, 2b a o a 



June dO, 1684.] 



PA1.MVK^« INDRX TV ^ TMIC TfHES'* NKW8PAPCT. 



Ini 



Indift (continued). 

Local Self Goveniinent Bill, 7 a 6 b 

Militarj Acoounts OfBce, Proposal to Re- 

more from Madras to Bangolore, 5 m 7 a— 26 
JN 7 a— 9/ 7 a— 23; 7 c- 

Misoellaneoos News, 26 a 7 it— 1 m 5 a— 12 

m 7 o— 19 w 7 « 
Nepaol and Thibet, 17 m 7 rf— 1« m 7 6—21 

mS 6—26 m 7 e^SjB 6 

North West Frontier of, 14 m 6 a 

Perzai Village Burnt by Tribemen from the 

Frontier, 16/7 6 

Punjab Frontier, 80 / 5 c 

Seditious Placards Posted in, 17 m 7 if 

Railway Extension in, 28 a 5 a 

Report on the Moral and Material Progress 

of . 11 a 5 6 
Russian Occupation of Menr, Agitation in, 

from. 14 o 5 a 

Small Pox in. 12 a 5 (/ 

Sute of the South, 12 m 6 / 

Zhob Valley Expedition, 2 m 5 a 

Indian Civil Service, Deputation to Government 

about, 4 a 9 / 
Notes on, 6 m 6 c— 14 m 4 a— 21 m 8 /*— 8 

>4a 

Notice about. 19 m 7 a 

Empire. Orders Conferred, 24 m 6 d 

Indigo Crop. S a 5 d 

Indo-Chinese Exploration, 28 ; 7 a 

Infant Orphan Asylum, Wanstead, Annual 

Meeting 27 i 1 1 «^— 30 / 4 f 
Infectious Diseases, Spread of, 14 j 6 /"— 14 / 14 

rf— 1«7 8</— 28; 6y 
Inhabited House Duty Repeal Association and 

Mr. Childers. 1() w 7/ 
Inns of Court Examinations, 25 a 3 d— 1 1 ; 7 / 
IXiQUeSTS.— 
T. H. Andrew, Killed on the Rail if ny, 14 « 

12 6 

James Baker, a Suicide. 26 a 6 A 

Dean of Bangor, a Suicide. 27 « 105 

Rich. Bsyley, a Suicide, 20 i 9 e 

Ann Best Aceidentnlly >h<>t. 7 » 9 « 

Adolphe Blomenfhfti a J^iuiciile. 2M m 7/ 

Patrick Brady, Died from B\(hh\ Poi»oning, 

2AaB f 

R.P. Braine. Died from Heart Disease, 19 

;6c 

Geo. Brown, Drowne I. H 7 10 « 

Major C. C. Chetw^nd. Killed on the Rail- 
way. *2 a ]{} h 

J. W. Clapp, Killed by a Kail I M 10 e 

Louisa ('oates, a Suicide. 14 n 12 6 

John Connell, Died from Heart Disease, 12 

I- \0d 

Wm. Coward, Killed by Slipping on a Piece 

of Orange Peel, 19 a 7 « 

- - Tfaos. Cross, Accidentally Poisoned, 17 m 
7 e 

W. C. Davis. Killed by Falling while Window 

Cleaning. 14 » 12 // 

Amelia Deacon. Died from Neglect, 27/11 « 

F. A. Deiidy. Bnrni to De'th, 2 ; ?</ 

A. A. DHnnfll. Drowiu-d. 26 w 8/ 

F. W. I n 1 S Di-Wfn. Poisoned* by Euiing 

Tiunt-d Mrai, -7 m lU 



Inquests {ronttnueit). 

Sarah Dewen. and her Son. Po s neJ by 

Eating Bad Fish, 17H1 '^ 
W. F. Dixie, Died from Heart Disease. 16 

; 12 e 
Downtoa RuiJtrav Accident. Persons Killed 

by >j 7/— 7/ ia«-l2 ' l«» /--it! Utd 

'" Joseph Ellendpr. Burnt to Death. 4 ;8 r 

Major G. A. Elliot a *^uici«ie. 29 w 7 ./ 

FJic. Ely. Founl Drowned. 14 n 12 A 

VV. B. Fox. Killed while playing on the 

Rails. 6 > \2d 
Sarjih Gilbert, Murd.red 0!i the Railway, j.t 

m 10 f 
Wm. Green Drowned 29 #« 8 rf 

Geo. Greenwood Died from the effects of .■* 

Rake being thrown at him. 2 m 8 c/ 

James Harris. Killed by the Bursting of a 

Lime Light Apparatus. 1 7 ; 1 1 d 

rol. Hicke^, Diwl from Angina Pectoris, 2 

»i 10 if 

K. O. Holhrook. a Suicide, 2.^ f 7/ 

E. .L Hollis, Murdered. 7 a 8 / 

Wm. Hopkinson, a Suicide, !*< / 11 / 

Emma Hoskins, Drowned. 25 / 7/ 

an Infant, Died from Improper Treatment, 

47Hr 

E. H, Jones, a Suicide, 18 Ml/ 

J. P. Knott, a Suicide, 15 a lO a 

Elise von Korber, a Suicide, 11 a 4 « 

Reg. Lade, a Suicide. 15 n IC a 

O. A. Laurent, Died from the effects of a 

Blow. 22 a lOe 

- E. A. Lowis, Died form Injuries received 
whilf playing Football, 8 a 5 e 

J. S. Lucas, Burnt to Death, 12 m 18/ 

H. M. Mehling, a «5uicide. 21 o 6 4 

- G. H. Metcalf, KiUed on the Railway, 7 m 
12« 

Wm. Miles. Killed on the Railway 8/7/ 

B. A. and G. W., Noms, Murdered, 21 m 

14a 

Johanna O'Brien, Killed in a Quarrel, 1(> 

a 7 f 

Sophia Pennyead. Killed through getting 

out of a Train whilst in .Motion, II ; 10 

- E. J. Perkins, Murdered, 4al0ff-.|9m9< 
Heurv I'olley, Died from Hydroiihobia. 4 

James Pelton, Died from Compression of 

the llrain, 28 m 8/ 

A. M. Rickert, Died from Overpressure at 

SclKHtl. 30 / 7 / 

- .laiued Rise, Killet^ by Some Ireo Plates 

FHllint; on him. P.» a 1 ^ 

\N m. Rudd. Kille<1 on the Railway, 24 a 6/ 

Thos. Scraniiage. Died from the effects of a 

QuHrril. 2b 37 J 

..antf Sargent, Burnt to Death, 1 1 a 4 < 

Cecilia Savage, a Suicide, 14 u 12 A 

L. M. Scott. .Vlurdered 28/14 -2h / 7 /* 

- ^evenoaks Radway Accident, Peisons 
Killetl. \{) i^e 

li. S. Smith, a Suicide, 27 ? 1 1 « 

Ji hit Sniiih Kiilea by a Fall. 2 i7 d 

Jaiu> Sowus. Died from Starvation. 24 m 8/ 

W. .L Spray, a Suicide, 211 a \K) c 

u ^^ 



THi 



PALH«a8 IKDRX TO ** TfTR Tr»«ES VFWSPAPRR. 



[April I ti 



Inqnests {rontinued), 

Mary Stewart, Killed by a Fall, 7 ? 9 « 

E. J. Su<lbury, Starved to Death. 17 w 7 « 

•>-^ S. A. Suggate, and others. Killed in a Fire, 

26 a VZi» 

Key. Alex. Taylor, a Suicide. 15 a 10 A 

Andrew Thompton, Died from Want, 29 j 

8/ 

^ G, T. Usher, a Suicide. 28 ; 8 /" 

James Ward, Killed by a Lanihlip. 1 o 10 /" 

W. R. Warren, Died from Hydrophobia, 7 

a 6 / 
^— Jane Wattiker, Died from Exhaustion, 29 

a a c 

- Rev. Wm. Watts, I>ied from Heart Disease, 
20 / 1 1 

A. F. Webb, a Suicide. SO a 12 s 

a Woman, a Suicide. 1 1 a 4 e 

Ileory Wright, Died from Tubercular Men- 
ingitis, 2 i 7 d 

^— Ann Younger, Died from Destitution, 1 1 a 
4e 

Insanity to Disqu«ilify a Member and Cause his 
Seat to be Vacant, 6 m H k 

Institute of Bankers, Papers Read before, 17 a 
10./ 

of Chartered Accountants, Meeting of. 10 

Ml h 

fl of Chemistry. Meeting, 2r» w 10 r 

v-^ of rx)ndon Underwriters, about to Establish, 
26 o \2c 

of Naval Architects, Annual Session, 3 a 

Gd—Ha 13 /• 

Institution of Civil Engineers, Papers Read be- 
fore, 9 7 5a 

Insurance Companies, State of Shares in, «« 
et*ery dajfa paper 

Interest on the National Debt, SO a 5 /— 5 m 6 / 
— 19in9». 

International Arbitration Association nt Berne, 
Ua 3a 

'. and Peace Ass<iciation for Great Britain, 

Conference on the Egyptian Question. 30 a 7 / 

-^— Board of Health in Egypt 25 •! 5 4 

- Conferenoe for Fixing Electric Units, 29 
• 5/1—6 m 7 e 

«— Commission of the Black Sea Life-Boat and 
Rooket Service, Meeting of, 17 a 5 « 

4— Exhibition at Antwerp), Contract for the 
Building. 16 a 5 r 

*• Notices about, 7 si 7 r— 28 ; 13 d 



1 at New Orleans. Arrangements about. 17 

« 5/— IS a 5 d—*29 a 5 d—\ m 5 e~19 m 8 c 

n Forestry Exhlbitian. Notices alwut, 7 i 9 a 

—80 ;• 7 a 

— Qeolegical Congress, Meeting in Berlin. 2G 
aTk 

International Health Exhibition. Books Pnblidhed 
by, 27 ; 4 a 

Duke of Cambridge to Open, 10 « 8 6— 6 /« 

»/ 

Chinese Cookery at 20 j o d 

Conferences. 6 / 12 —6 ; 7 H -7 i 12 A— 9 

; 9 c— 10/ 12 a— 11 > \2 td- 12 / Hr-ii.') ; 7« 

—80 ; 5 / 
ft — Form4 Opening of, by the Duke of Cam- 

hridge, \im^d 
54 



IntemslionMl Health Exhibition. German Cuims- 
siers at the Exhibition V^.sit the City. 23; *> -t 

Itidian Exhibit. 7 o 5 A 

Lectures at. 21 HI f 

levying Blackmail on Exhibitors, Coai- 

plnint of, 19; 1 1 e 

Library and R ading Room t« beEsUblislK-i 

for, 3 a 10 d 

Note on. 4 ; 10 ^- 

Notices about. 22 a 5 6—5 m 6 /— 8 « 6 ' — 

19 w4» -2; 9f 

Particular Account of, 12 m 6 5 

DesHiriptioii «»f, 30 ni 2 /* 

Preparation for the Opening, 8 m 6 rf 

Prince of Wales Inau^rates the Juries. 1 7 

i9/-l«/5^ 

Keturn of Admissions. 19 m 12 «— 23 ? H / 

Suhjocts for the Conferences, 16 j 4 a 

Internal iviual huiustrial Cougresjt at Bru^seU, 7 

m 7 r 

Musical Omgrcss at Antwerp, 5 wi 7/ 

«— Patents (\mvention 25 a 5 6 

Polar ^'onference, 26 a 7 c 

Railway Sleeping-Car C!ompany, 31 « 7 r 

Uitiun. Projected. l'» m 5 d 

Intestates Ehtates Bill, 22 a lO / 

Invf9tnient Kigistry and Stock Exchange, 13 >n 

11 // 

Invincibles in Paris. Ooin4is of. 12 a 5 u 

Ipuwich Central Ctmservative Asaociation. Re- 
plies Keceived by, from Lord Salisbury, ic.. 
2 J /» »/ 

Ireland and Irish Song, a Coneeri Lecture »t 
Exeter Hall, Hi / 6 d 

lEELAND:- 

Agitation in. on the Vote of Censure, 15 lu 

lOe 

Agrarian Murders, 21 »i ia/-4y 6 « 

Kires, 21 / 11 /• 

Outrages II a 7 /— 21 a 6 </— 25 a 11 ^ 

—26 a 1 1 i#-2H a 10 a -7 m 12 */— 10 m IJ ' 
— 15 »« II «— 21 m 12 /— 24 m 7 e— 2 / 7 6-;« 
j4r— 4/ 6«-rt; 10 f-9 i 8f— 13>6 d 

- Appointments, 9 m 9 e 
Arresu, Sao/" 

Artisans' Exhibition in Dulbin. Meeting «t 

the Mansion no use to Esublish, 9 > 8 c 

Assizea. A a iO d 

Barba villa Caite, 23 a 1? e 

Murder Conspiracy, lo / 10 rf 

Belfast, Earl Spenoer Invited to, 26 « 1 1 ' 

Addretnes to Earl Spencer, 2 1 ? 7 « 

of the Orangemen to, and R»*ply. -^ 

J 1" " 

Mr. Bayle VisiU to Cotiaider the Ur^ 

Lieutenant's Visit, 14 ; 9 « 

I 0[)en-Air .\teeting at, on the Appmacli 

i ing Vi<«ii. 13 / 9 «— 14 ; 12 rf— 17 ; 10 r 

Liinl Sjiencer at, 18> 12 e— 19 / lU r-: > 



; 10 a 

— Board of Works in. 23 o 12 r 
Boycotting in. 28 i \2 e 

— Ca*e t>f Patrick (^h.ipiuan. far Cimspi'-i.^;; 

to .Muifior. *i«; »* 11 / 

of Michael Davitt, 6 /a lo *-7 « 12 ./ 

of DfHH Dcasy, 7 « 12 */ — I'J *« » e— -J 



June SO, 1881] 



PALMKr's lNt>iCX TO ** THE TIMES " NKWdPAPCR. 



Ire 



Ireland {continued^, 

C:H8e of the Hibernian Bank, 9y 8 c— 13 / 6 

it— An > 6 a 
of Brvan MoUoy, for Polyg^amy, 29 w 5 

— of Mr. O'BrieH, for Libel. 18 a 7/ -80 « 

IJ a— 31 Ml 12 e—2 j 7 d -6 j 10 /-lo ; 10 U 
— 11 J oe-l2 / lOrf— 17 j lOc— lll>6o-20 
7 i( 6— 21 ) II /-2et/ 12 e 

of Mr. Harnell and Widow West, for Rent, 

21 a 6^ 

Cattle Pliigue in,« a 10 d 

* Coaat Guard in Uonegal, 26 m H e 

l^onfession of flattery an ex- Fenian Suspect, 

5 /w « f 

Cork Election and the Wrecking of the 

Lough Roman Catholic Chapel, 11 « 4 c 

Closing I he Flax Factories in, 6 m 8 c 

Coadjutor Bishop of, 10 / 10 flf 

- Conlerence of Foor Law Guardians at, 2 

J 70 



Extra Police Tax in. 28 a 10 a 

Queen's College, Inquiry into, 10 »i 12 « 

— I«i« 10 i/— 17 /« 7e 

Seizure of Arms at. 21 ; 11 / 

Davitt (Michael) Protests against the Mi- 
gration Company Offering s« High a Price for 
Land. 7 ; 7 / 

in Tipperary. 12 w 9 rf 

Donoughmore liiots, 28 Persons Charged, 

l\ j5e 
— ^ Dublin, Banquet to the Viceroy by the 
Members of the King's Inn at, 26 ; 1 1 e 

Emigrants Leave for Boston. 17 ; 10 c 

Eyiction of Mr. Fiugerald and 200 Men 

Hemoving all the Manure, &c. off the Land to 
the New Farm, II « 4 

Extension of the Franchise in, 26 m 5 b 

— - Faction Fight at Ballyatein, 16 « 7 e 

Fair of Iiviuestown, Disturbances in, 11 a 

4 V 

the Freeintn on the Dynamite Outrages in 

England, 8 / 4 c* 

Incorporated Law Society, Meet in Dublin 

to i'roposc Amalgamating both Branches of 
the Profession. 17 u 7 « 

Invincibles. Attempt to Revive the Excite- 
ment on the Ke-Organization of, 28 a 12 c 

Irish Land League, Mr. Davitt*s Account 

of the Formation of, in Dublin, 8 ; 8 « 

Joyce (Patrick) Arrest of, for bringing from 

America a Suspicious Machine, 28 ; 12 1^ 

Kilmore ( Bp of) Consecration of. 26 a 1 1 / 

Labourers' Cottages, New Phase for, 8 m 6e 

Laoe-Qiaking in, 17 y 9 « 

Laud Act and Purchase Clauses, 29 m S J 

Bank for. Note on, 12 a 1 1 if 

Market, \%m 12 </— 17 m 7 e 

Letter from Lord A, Hill on Earl Spencer's 

Letter to him, 6 / 10 a 
from Earl Spencer to Lord Arthur Hill 

on his Forbidding the Party Meeting near 

Newry, 4 9 6 </ 
Limerick Coiporfttion and the Bztra Police 

Rate. 28 » 6 «-« / lO/"— 7>7/ 
the Freedom of. Presented to Davitt ^nd 

Dawson, I9 a 4/ 



Ireland {continued). 

Limerick, Jewish Families Attacked in, 16 

a 7«-19rt 12/— 1 w6y 
Reported Fenian Plot to BU)w up the 

Public Buildings in, 5 m 8 c— 7 m \2 d 
Towu Council. Extraordinary Scene in, 

A a \{) d 

Londonderry. Riots in 2 a 5 a— 28 m 12 <t 

Mr. M'ClintocK's Circular Convening a 

Counter Demonstration against the Nation^ 

alists, \6i 6h 

- Correspondence with the Lord Chancellor 



about, \6 i 6 k 
— Msyo Conspirators Conveyed to the Mount** 
joy Prison, 8 a U) </— 19 m 9 « 

Meeting at Kildare on Constitutional Meet* 

ings. 15 a 4 / 

Moonlight Visits, 22 m 7 c 

National Bank. Legal Cases, 6 m 10 tf 

— - National League, Meetings of, 8 a r» /*— 21 
a 6 (/-26 a 10^-1 w 6 /*— 15 m 10 e-^28 m 10 
«-29 wi 5 /— 80 n 9 /- 9 ; 8 6—26 ; 6 d 
— — Appeal for Funds for Election Purposes, 
24 a 5 e 

■ Extending their Influence in the Poor 
Law Board, 1 i a 4 c 

- lieaeral Meeting of the Cork Branch, 29 



i$d 



Meetings for Easter Week, 12 a 6 « 
■ ' Mr. Parnell Presides at a Meeting of, 17 
a70 

Nationalists Resume Disturbances, 80 m 9/ 

New Mail Route to. 20 m 10// 

— Newry, Stale of, 10; 10 rf 

Orange Demonstration, Monster, to be held 

at Belfast, 10 j 9y— I8j 5 d 

at Newry, 7 m 12 c 

Deferred. 9 1 8 6—9 ; 8 rf 

Orangeism in Ulster, 29 m 9/ 

Paniell (- ) Freedom of the City of Drog- 

heda Presented to, 1 6 a 7 e 

— ^ Party Demonstrations Announced for Whit 
Sunday, 8 m 6 e 

at Newry, 9 t 8 6 A rf — 1 1 / 6 « 

Party Riot at Dungannon, 8 a 0/ 

Pneons in, Royal C''omniission on, 6 w 8 6«— 

10 »' 12 e 

Proclamation Prohibiting Party Me^tfflgflf 

81 m 12 e— 2> 7 6 

Queen's Colleges, 6 t 10 /— 9 j 8 c-^llj 5 a 

—14 > 12 d—r6 i 12 c— }f« ; 6 rf 
Railway News, 21 m 12 /* 

Reprimand Pa«sCM) OD the Magistrates of 

Derry, 2 m 9/ 

Roinao c^thoUci Appointed Magistratee, 

17m 7 a 

Sal^s of Cattle for Police Tax, 11 a i c 

in the Law Couits, 26 a 11/ 

State of, in 1884, Mete on, 16 > 12 / 

^— - Superstition in Clonm'el— Burning an InfflnC 

on a Hot Shovel 26 m 8 6 

Thiee Children Buried near Bray from a 

Cabin Collapsing, 2> 7 6 

Tramway Schemes in, ft m 8 c— 12 in 12 d 

—49 m 9 e 

Trials for Rioting. 21 j 10 d 

«— Trial of thf PflfOMre fvr Conspiring fg 

k9 



IIB 



FALKER's INDBX to '* TUB TIMES ** MBWSFAFXS* 



[April 1 1# 



Ireland {rontinued). 

Murder, 18 a 7/— 19 a 12 /— 21 a $ r/— 22 o 7 
<-6m lOe— Idm 11 ^—16 m 10«f~-23 9 12 c 
— Tubbercurry Mvrder, 6 m 10 «— 18 mil d 
^16 m I0e-16n lUd 

and tke Vftticao, §et Italy 

Will CMe of MiM Joy. lU ; 10 d 

Iri^h ("oniierYatiTelieaibertof ParUanuinr, Meet- 
ing of, 7i7y 

DeKigns agalnet England. 24 j l^b 

Land Act. 10 o 9 /— 23 / 10 b 

Purchaae Clauuee of , 9 a 6 /*— C j 7 r 

• and SetUemeat Company, the Itomtn 

Catholic Clergy of Tuu» Warmly Approve of. 
2 a 10c 

Landowners, Caie of, 2i 12 c 

Language to be Taught in the National 

Schoola of Ireland, 8 a i c 

Magistracy, 8 a 8 if 

Pt'a'iAnt Proprietanr Scheme, 8 / 7 / 

Sunday Closing Bill. 19 m U f—U ; 12 s 
In n Trafle— Arbitration Meetings, 9; 18 f 

A ward of Mr. Avery on the Wages Quastioa, 
H M A f 

of Dr. Watson on the Wages Question, 

.i'J »t be -27 iM 8 « 

Btwrd of Conciliation, Meeting at Darling- 

toT). 10; 11 ^ 

Meeting of the South Stafford^hire Wages 

Hoard in tiirmiughani, 29 a 8 d 

National Amalgamated Association of 

Im: I workers, 7 ; 14 6 

- N(}rih of Kngland Trade, Meeting on the 
W.Mgfs Question, 7 « 6 d^2$ mb a 

Nu!e about, 5 / 7 <f 

Pig Iron Markets, 7 a 7 a-& m 18 b~I9 m 
18 ',-23; Ida 

and Steel lustitute. Annual Meeting. 2 ai 4 

r-.T«i 11 e 

Propo>ed VUit to Sluffiell Deferred, 

Mill 6^ 

Hulls, SOW 11 / 

M^iulsuf ihaPa ifKc4>5 4 

l^li- of VVi;;ht Sanatorium, 81 in laJ 

1-iH . \ I'Hsha. MovemeiiU of, 26 a 1 1 /*— 29 a 5 d 

' ' Violent Assault on in the Palais Royal 

Vans, o J bd 
ITALY :- 

Academy of the Lincei Elect Professor 

Kriof^fhi their President. 11 niic 

AlimoDtla (Card.) Visits King Humbert, 29 

u b 
Anniversary of the Landing of Gen. Gari- 
baldi at Marsala, 12m7e 

Anti-l^lerical Banquet at Rome, 14 a & <f 

Aquila (Count d*) at Rome, 28 u 5 « 

i laims his Patrimony, 1 ai 5 c 

Artists* Annual Costume Fete m Rome, 22 

mhr 

and Assab, 28 ; 7 c 

— - and Austria, 8 a 5 6—12 ai 7 J 

Case ot Maccarata, 80 ; 6 « 

of Misdei, 18 t 7 c— 19 ; 5 «— 28 i 7 « 

t avour (C*ouot) 2ath Anniversary of the 

Death of, 7 1 7 • 

CeWbcation of the 2.(>3;th Anniversary of 

the t oondation vf Roiuc by Komulii», 2:: ab i 



Italy (continued), 

Court News, 29 abb 

Depretis (Signor) Congratnlatiotts on his 

86th Tear of Parliamentary Life, 9 « 5 c 

Dvnamite Outrages in, 17 ; 5 a 

Election in Rome, 9 ; 7 rf— 10> 5 c 

Rniilio Fellaci, the Murderer. 6 ai 6 c 

Execution of Two Murderers in, 23> 7 s 

Fete of the SUtute, 2 ; 6 a 

Fetes to be Celebrated at Pompeii, 14 a I / 

— 9 M 5 c 

- Hermit in Albano, 19> 5 c 

Legislative Proceedings in, 4 a 5 6—7 a 5 r 

—9a 5 if- 29 SI 6 c 

Election of President, 8a5f-9a5<f 

Meeting of Ministerialists, 21 ai 7 e 

of the Supporters of Government, 1 abd 

and Mexico, b j b d 

Milan. Statue to Oen. Medici, Inaugurated 

at, n ) 8 d 
Napl«M, Grand Clerical Demonstration at, 

a Cariltineer Shoots his Corporal, 81 ai 7 if 

8 ntenoe on tbu Soldier for Murders. SO 

IN 5 t 

the Po|ie'« letter to the Kmperor of Austria 

<Mi bis Leaving Koine, Proved False, 1 a 5 c— 

4 ao 6—10(1 5^ 
^-^ Audiences. 9 m 5 c 

Easter Bestow ments, 13 /? 5 e 

and the Freeinasons. <> m 5 c 

Refuges Offertf«l to the Pupe, 15a 8 c 

and Sc-crei Societies, 2 j 6 « 

Propaganda Qjestion, 5 a 7 e — 12 a 5 h — 

17 u :> •/ & e-y w ;» «/-28 m 5 c— 24 m 7 <f 

Railways. 24 m' d 

Rome. Aiteinpte<l Murders in, 16 y* 8 a 

(Vlebration of the OcUve of Corpus 

Christ i in. 21 ; 7 tf 

Ma«i<»acre at. by a Soldier, 15 a 3 e 

the Opera of A^Jbws Fin»t Preformed in 

Italy at the Argeniinii Theatre \n^2 a 7 e 
th«i Pressi un th.* l*ope Leaving, 12 a 5 6 

H«c«*ption of Canl. S*ofeli«eat. 3 <i 5 6 

Riot in the Church of Santa Maria Sopra 

Minerva. 10; 5d 

Three Municipal Councillers Elected 

ReMine to Sit, 1 1 ; 5 c 

*nd Mam, 28 ; 7 «• 

Mate of Suathcm. 17 « 9/ — 4 j \J 

Murdeis in, 9 / 8 « 

.ernfic Thunderstorm in, 9 ; 8 « 

Telegraph Pro|Mjsed to Connect the Various 

Ulinds with the Mainland, 14 a Oy 

and Tunis. »1 m 7 cf 

Turin Exhibition, f Natiomai* 

Mo«iument to Guiseype la Famia, In- 
augurated in. S f S d 
Niid ihe U.iiied Sutes, II 1 b d 

Vaiican, Misoellaneous News, 6 a 7 c— 7 a 

5 / — 10 a b s— 7 ai 7 r— 13 m 5 c— 29 «i 5 «— 
mt ut b / — 18/ 7c 

and Belgium, 21 ; 7 il 

and Brasil 2 ;5 / 

- Consecrations, 80 1 5 « 

ami the Kcvemasons, 18 a 5 d^lO o I c— 



Jnnt SO, 1881.] palmer's indkx to ^^ the times *' nk>vsi'af£r. 



Law 



Italy (continued), 

Vatican— Mr. Erringtou at, 9 m 5 d 

Inventory of the Contents of, Taken by 

Order of the Pope, 10 a 5 e 

and Ireland, 21 a 5 « 

New Cardinals for the United States, 25 



aSd 
Princes of Wurtemberg Receive the 

Commanion from the Pope, U a 6 /' 

and the &>tate. 10 n 6 a -5 m 8 o 

Vacaucies in the College of Cardiuals, 28 



mob 

Vestal Virgins, Discoveries dudug the 

Excavations, 4^ 4 c/— 10 ; S s 



Jaoobson (Ex-Bp. of Chester; Health of, 26 a 12 & 
Jacksuu (J. H.) on the National Expenditure, 

2SaA a 
Jamaica Question, 23 a 10 / 
James ^Sir Henry) at Bury. 30 m 6 ii—Sl m 11 « 
Japan, Capitulations in, l^ / 4 e 
Japanese Library^ 11 a 5 c 

Dfiicurjt in Europe, 16 m 5 c 

Treaties, 20 / 6 iT 

Java, N. w Governor, 14 u 5 / 

Cholera in, G m 10 /* 

Jayne (F. J.) i»n Higher Education in Wales, 8 

1*3/ 
Jenkin ^ Professor Fleeming) on Telpherage, 16 

"t 3./ 
Jerusalem, Russian Explorations at 30 a 6 / 
Jews Free Shiml. Award of Prizes, 30 ; <>/ 

— Banquet at the Criterian in Aid of, 22 m 7 </ 
Joan of Arc New Life of, by M Fabre. 24 y' 4 a 
the «th of May to be her Festival Day, 24 

;4a 
Job Printing. SI m 7 d 
Johnson ;J. U.) on the London GoTemment Bill, 

ll»ii 12 e 
iT. >»carboro) Copyhold Enfranchisement, 

18a 7/ 
— - (Dr. Samuel) State of hit Tomb- stone in 

Westminster Abbey, 10 a 4 /—I I a^d 
Johnston (James) on Relief for Gen. Gordon, 6 

M 1 1 f 
Johnstone (Sir Fred.) Illness of, \2 ad /" 
Johnstone's Expedition, News about, 28 j SJ 
Jokai V As;fani; Tea (Company, 80 ji 1 1 a 
Junes (liHrry) on Birds, 16 a 3 a~22 alls 
on Halfpenny Stamps and Post Cards, 16 

JG e— 23;6y 
(11. M.) on the Medical Act Amendment 

Bill, 16 a 10 A 
JorehautTea Company, 13 ; 11 rf -28 ; 13 d 
Judge Astray m the New Law Courts, 18 9 4 </ 
Jusserand (J.J.) Church Itesloration at Strat- 

ford-on-Avon, 22 aS b 



Kaokas, Articles of, 14 / » </ 

Kearney (Denis) Advice to Emigrants— the 

Working Women uf England, 5 m 6 « 
Kennard (C J.) on Wuniau Suffrage, S; 6 a 
Kennedy (M. G.) Uuivensity Education of 

Women, 5 »i 6,/' 
Kew. Proposed Sewage Works near, 17 a 11 € — 



Kidderminster. Riots at. 10 a 6 c/^ll # 4 ^ 
Kilmorcy (Lord; Estate Sale of, 2U m \\ f 
Kiniberley (Lord) Letter to Lord Ripen on 

Ecclesiastical Grants in India. 26 a 6 e 
Kings College Hospital, Financial Condition of, 

7 J 12 e 
Kingsford (W. B.) on *« Who Wert," 30 m 10 d 
Kitson (B. M.) on the Homerton Small Pox 

Hospital 30 w 7 f-9iA(i 
KNIGHTHOOD AND BABONETAQE:— 

Ailport. J. J.. 7 a 10 e— 28 m 4 d 

Burton, F. W., 28 m 4 <<— 29 m 9 / 

Burnside, B. Lockhart, 4 > 5 / 

Davenport. Samuel. 4 / 5 /— 14 ;' 12 4 

Dickeson, Rich., 28 m 4 (/— 29 m 9 / 

Kraftmeier (Edw.) on the Dynamite Outrages, 7 

jiOb 

L. 
Labouchere (H.) on the Soudan, 26 a 12 /* 
Labour Trade in the Pacific. 7 } 10 a 
Lnce-Making in Ireland, 17; 9 « 
Lady Puor Law Guardians — Lady Burdett- 

C'^outts Declines to Serve, 2 n 10 b 
Lager wall (E.) on the Transvaal Delegates, 19 ; 

4a 
Lake Nyassa and the River Shire, Notes on, 26 

ut 9 6-29 m 10 A— 30 m 10/-4 i 10 /* 
' Lambert ( Brooke) Art in Schools Association, 

16; 4 a 
Lambeth Baths. Meeting. 7a]0d 
Degrees Granted. 10 w 12 a 

Proposed (Charter for. 3 ti 10 <t 

Land Bill of Mr. Dickson. 26 o 9 /' 

Corporation of Canada, 8 a 1 1 r 

of Ireland, II j 4 e 

Law Reform Meeting, 16 o 9 e 

Purchase Bill, 16 ; 6 h 

and Settlement Company, 5 / 6 < 

and House Property Corporation, 29 m 11 </ 

Mortgage Invest meut and Agency Company 

of America, 29 /all c 
and Mortgage Company of Egypt, 20 m 11 

6— 30m 11 e 
Landowners of Ireland and Mr. Trevelyan't 

Scheme, o ; 10 c 
Lands Allotment Company, 12 a 11 e 
Lang ^K. H.; on the Situation in Egypt, 30 a 4 c 
Large ( D. A. on the Situation in Egypt, 16 u 4 / 
Laugtry (Mrs.) aiid Mr. El wood. 7> 7 / 
Lankester (E. Ray) on the Marine Biological 

Laboratory. 10 m 12 r/ 
Lathiim (Baldwin), 7 i 14 6 
Law Fire Insurance Society, 8 ;a 11 e 

Annual Report, 19 a 13 a 

of Marine Insurance, 14 m 4 a 

LAW:— 

Actions in Common Law. see Civil Actioms 

in the Superior Courts, ««e Civil AcTiOMt 

Adniiraliy Divtsiou, 11 a 3 / 

Appeal Cases, see Civil Actions 

( Iriniinal Cases, see Middlesex Sxssioira 

Bankruptcies, aee Bankruptcies 

- Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bakkruptct 
Court 

Bubinetfs of ilu» Law Courts, 10 a 3 a 

Calls, lu the Bar, 8 w 10 6— 26 / 10 6— 2Z 

ill/ 



Law 



PALMRK8 IMUBX TU *' TUB T«H£a NitW8FAl'CR« 



[April 1 to 



Law (^continaid\ 

' Cases in the Admiralty Court, «e« Admi- 

KALTT Court 

■ in the Probate Court* tee Civil Actioivs 
• Cases before the Provincial Magistrates, ac< 

POLICK 

Cause Lists for the Easter Sittings, 2\ a A b 

' for Trinity 8ittiit{rs, »0 / 4 «• 

Central Criminal Court. 15 « 8 rf 

^-^ Circuits uf the Judges, 23 a 6 r— 2^ a 9 / — 

26 a 7 /— 2« u 1 1 /— 2« a 5 /— ^y a 10 c— 30 a 

11 /— 2 lit \t r—^ m 5 rf— 11 > 9 r— 30 ; tf c 

<• Consistory Court, «^e Archbs, &c. 

County Court Cases, »«« Civil Actioits 

— — Court for the Consideration of Crown CasM 

Beserved, see Crimimal Trials 
Days of Sittiugs of the Courts, I'a every 

day*B paper 

— Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Ditidbitds 
• Divorce Court see Divorcb Coukt 

— — Easter Vacation Judge, 6 a 7 d-^^ a \2 a~- 
9 a 10<T~17<i 12 6 

— Ecclesiastical Cases, «ee Archbh,&c. Cocbt 

End of the Hilary Law Sittings, S a 19 U 

• — - Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 
Fees Paid by Suitors, 8 a 10 c 

— House of Lords Appeals. IH u 1 1 rf— 7 ; 14 6 
Judges and their t;lerks, 18 ; 3 d 

and Legal liasincss, 19 / 4 a 

Chambers. 14 <i 9 e— 21 a 6 b 

■ Marshals. Proposal to Abolish the Office 
of, 9 II 10 r 

Law Courts, «ee Kotal CoukTI of JtTiTiCB 

■ 'Iheft in, 4 a 4 tf~9 a 12 a 

■ Dangerous State of the Staircase, 7 m 

Long Vacation, 6 ; 4 a 

Lord J ustice of Appeal. 20 a 6 ^ 

— Lord Mayor's Court Actions, «ee Civil 
Actions 

— Meeting of the Judges. 9 a 10 c 

New i'ounty Court Judge— Mr. Powell, 10 

<i 4 a 

. Mr. Justice North's List, 19 a 6 y 

North Eastern CJircuit, 7 • 10 </ 

and South Wales CJircuits. 8 a 10 if 

N«»rtln*rn Circuit. 8 a 4 / — 16 <i 11 d 

.^ — Notices of Sittings of the Courts, in every 

dai/'s fniper 

—of Causes, &o., in every day** paper 

Organization of Legal Business, 12 a 4 e 

of Partiiersliips, stt Partnbrships 

• — Privy Council Proceedings, see Civil 

AcnoMS 
— ^ Prob ite and Divorce Causes, 22 a 4 <f 
1 > aud Adiuirnlty Division, 12 u 8a--14 a 

\d 
Public Examinitions «ee eoery Wednesday's 

uni S itnrday*s paper 
^— Quarter Sessions, Trials in, see Criminal 

Trials 
. Kearranged Sunmier Circuits of the Judges, 

19 « c 
^— Kota of Queen*s Bench Masters, 15 a 8 b^ 

2 / 9 e 

Mules of the Supreme Court 1883, 14 m i d 

— 2 1 U4 (i e 



Law (conttnued), 

Scotch Bench and Bar, see Scotch 

Sequestrations. «ee Bakkbuptcibs 

Sittings in the Queen's Bench Division, o 

;6f 

Spring Circuits of the Judges, X u 10 c— o 

a 6 ^ 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

Summer Assizes, 14 j 11 /* 

CircuiU, 28.; 12 e 

Trial of London Actioas, 16 ; 8 </ 

Trials in the Criminal Court, see Cumisal 

Trials 

Trinitv Law Sittings, 7 ; 14 A 

Vacation Sittings, 4 ; 1 1 e 

- Whitsun VacatioB, 29 m 9/ 

Lawes (J. B.^ on the Wobum Experiments, '*S 

J^b 
Laws (Q, A.") on Mr. Chamberlain and the 

Merclunt Shipping Bill, 26 m 6 /* 

on the Merchant Shipping Bill 9 >i I0 d 

Lawiion (Sir >Vilfred) at a Liberal Meeting at 

Cockermouth. 15 a 9 A 
— on his Course in Parliament, 16 ai 10 /* 

ar Whitehaven. 22 a 5/ 

Lea. the Kiver, Parliamentary Paper on, 19 jo f 
Leaiiaui ^J. S.) on Women Suffrage, 4 ; 6 / 
LEADING ABTIGLES :- 
Agricultural Difflcoltias and Bamedies, 4 

9</ 

Poliiieians, 8 ; 7 * 

American and European Agricultare, 11 a 



Presidency, 16 Ml b 



Andorra Question, 4 a 9 e 

Anglo-French Agreement, 23 / 11 a 

Annexation of Sarakhs, 7 m II a 

Army Estimates. 6 m 9 </ 

Arrests of Suspected Fenians, 14 a 9 a 

Associatien of Hallway SharelK^ders, 6 ; 9 ^ 

-7; 11./ 
Atlantic Mediterranean Canal, 19 ai II « 

Australia and France. € ai 9 « 

Auiitria and Turkey. 19 a 11 e 

Balkans. 9 a 9 </ 

Beaconsfleld Anniversary, 19 a 11 d 

Belzian Cabinet. 16 ; 11 r 

Belgians Elections, 1 1 ; 9 a 

Bengal Tenancy Bill, i m 9 «l 

Berber and Khartoum. 25 a 9 c 

Prince Bismarck, 2 a 1 1 c 

Blenheim Pictures, 28 m 9 <i 

Budget, 25 a 9 b 

Business in Parliament, 1 a 9 6^5 o 11 e-« 

24 u 9 6—8 m 11 c 

(^abs, 28 / 1 1 e 

Abp. of Canterbury atOxferd, 25 a 9 4 

Capitulations in Japan, 9 ; 1 1 a 

Case of the Central News v. Eastern Tele- 
graph (*ompany, 8 m 9 

of De Mora v. Concha, 9 at 9 <i 

of Fluston V. Euston, a 11 tf 

of Mr. Haslie. 2 / 9 c 

of Kraszewski. 20 m 9 e 

of the Park Club, 25 y 9 e 

Channel Tunnel, 15 m 9 ^ 

Chicitgo Convention, 6^ 9 6 



June 30, 1884.j 



PALHER'8 INPEX TO "THE TIME8 NEWSPAPER. 



Lea 



TiiMMWng ArtlolM {continued), 

Cholera. 30 / » A 

atTouIoB. 26 ; 9 « 

Church Patronage Debate. 19 ) 9 c 

Lord K. Churchill at HirminghAm, 1f> a 9 a 

■ and the Coiiseryative Party, 8 wi 9 fc 

^ Cincinnati Kiots. 1 » 9 
^— Circuit Arrangements, 1 1 ; 9 c 

Ciiy Compauien* (^immission, 2t / 1 1 c 

Coaching Reason, 15 a 7 rf 

Coming Conference. 16 mi 9 a 

ComraiMariat, I C <f 9 c 

Conference, 28 m 9 A 

CoDgo Treaty. 16 « 9 A 

- Conservative Tactics, 19 w 11 a 

< Constitutional Hevision in Fi ance, 26 m 11 of 

Convocation and the Congregational Union, 

14m \2d 

Co-operative Congress at Derby, 8j 7 a 

Coup d*Etat at Pekin, 24 a 9 </ 

Cremation Bill, 1 w 9 c 

Criminal I^w Amendment Bill, \1 m \\ d 

Cyclists and the Public Parks, 18 / H «• 

Death of Mr. Bass and Mr. Costa, 3u a 11/ 

of Sir Bart^e Frere, 80 m 9 * 

of Emanuel Geibel, 16 a 9 e( 

Debate, 27 m 9 6—25 1 9 c 

- in the House of Commons. 26 a 1 1 c 
on Woman Suffrage, 18 ; 9 6 

Deceased Wife's Sister Bill, 7 m \\ d 

Derby, 2f w 9 rf 

Discipline of Russian Universities, 18 a 9 < 

Divorce in France, 2 ? 9 A 

- Mr. Dixon and the Guimaraes Railway 4 j 
9e 

Domestic Legislation of the Government, 28 

M 11 ^ 

Dramatic Reciprocity. 2 m 9 s 

Dutch Successiun, 2'6 j li b 

- Dynamite Outrages, Further, 81 m 11 a 
Flou, 28 a 9 ^ 

Easter Monday, 14 o 9 c 

Education Estimates. 1 7 ; 9 ik 

Efficiency of the House of Lonls, 21 j 116 

Egypt, 6 a 11 6—12 u 9 a— 16 a 7 a— 19 a 

11 6—21 « 9 6—22 a 9 6-28 a 1 1 c— 24 a 9 a 
— 26 a 1 1 6—29 a 9 6—30 a 1 1 6—2 m 9 6—8 
m9a— 16; 11 a->l9 f9 a— 30 ; 9 a 

— ~— - and the Conference, 5 m 11 a—26 m 11 a 
— 2/ J 9 #—28.; II 6 

<. and the Soudan, 10 a 9 a 

Egyptian Episode, 4 a 9 6 

bituation, 29 a 9 a— 9 / 1 1 a 

TaxHtion, 14/13 6 

EngUnd and Egypt, 21 m 11 6—18; 11 6— 

22; 9e 

English Cart Horse, \2 a 9 d 

Examination of Women at Oxford, 2Sal\ d 

— 3U a I 1 d 

Failure of the Orieatal Bank, Sm \i d 

Faitbfol Service, 10 ia 11 « 

Female Franchise, 28 m 9 c 

.1-^ F1ori«ia. 22 a 9 e 

^ — loreitcn Policy of England, 81 m M 6 

Kelations of EngUnd, 12 j 9 a 

.- — Mr. i<orster and his ConsUtuents, 22 m 9 6 
« |«'uuntaine Collection, 12 ; U c— 20 ; 9 </ 



Leading Artie' es (rontinnfiff), 

France an4i ("hina. 12 m 11 6 

and Tonquin. 27 1 9 rf 

FranchiKe Bill in Committee. 7 w 11 6—17 

w 11 6-24 /w II 6— 10y9 6-l4; I3a— 18; II 
r— 20 1 9 r# 

■ and Woman SufiFrage. 11 ; 9 « 

Debate. 2 o 1 1 f»— 7 j 9 /— 3 a 9 c— 29 4 

9 c -2 my r— 27 /9 h 

French Miin cipal Elections, 13 m 9 « 

N(JK"<i<itions, 10 / 9 a 

— — Sibtiion. 10 /I 9 6 
Win.- Trade. 16/11 / 

Funeral of ihe Duke of Albany, 7 « 9d 

M. Gambetta's Statue. 15 a 7 ^ 

Gambling at Monte Carlo, 2U j 9 r. 

Gate Money at Boulogne. 1 1 a 7 « 

German Colonization, 26 7 9 6 

■ Empire. 6 / 9 tf 

Mr. Gladstone and Gen. Gordon, 13 m 9 d 

Geld ( urrency. 5 /« 11 r 

Gen. Gordon. Fatuof. 3//i 11 6 

and the Government. 22 wi 9 a 

at Khartoum, is « » u 

Government Annuities and Insurance, 29 in 



9c 

and the Cattle Bill. 23 a 1 1 6 

and Ejjypt. 6 «/ 9 n — 15 m 9 /i — 19 m \\ h 

I and the lri«h Orani^eiucn, 7)11'- 

Gen. Grant and the .Viaritte Xutiomil Bank, 

13 m 10 u 

Greece, 2 « 1 1 ff 

Harvest PiOJ»pect8. 30 ; 9 <? 

llealih Conferences. 16 / 11 « 

Exhibition. 6 ih9 d 

Hibbert Lectures. 12 m 11 </ 

Highland Crofteis, 4; 9 6 

Home Government of India. 12 a 9 c 

llos] itald Association, 1 1 7 9 s 

Hospital Sunday, 14 ; 13 e 

Hydrophobia, 21 /n 1 1 s 

Incorporated Authors. '60 m 9 d 

Indian Kducaiinn Comlni^8ion. S j 7 d 

Indui»iriai Exhibition in America. 24 o 9 r 

International As:iociuiion of the Congo, 20 

m9d 
I Interview of the Shipowners and the Board 

of Trade. 9 a 9 

I In land. State of. 19/9 6 

I Iriih Amciicau Agitators, 12 a 96 

1 Land Question, 1 7 ? 9 c 

Sunday (losing Bill, 21 9 11 ^ 

. - Irishmen in Paris. 2\ a9 e 

I Khartoum, i 7 « 9 

Lord Kimberley and the Indian Civil Ser- 

I vants, 4 « 9 c 

■ Local Government and Local Taxation, 5 

J 9 e 

London Government Bill, 8 a 9 c— 9 a 9 6— 

11«7((— iUaiiff 

I 1^88 of I he Fhriaa, 9 m.9 c 

I MadrKb versus Bangalore, 9/11 6 

I Mancheaier ^h•p C'anal. 27 ; 9 e 

' Mar; U-bone GricaetCiuu r. Australians, 24 

m lie 

Medic .1 Legislation, 21 a 9 ^ 

' Meeiii g of rarliament, B j9 a 

59 



Lea 



palmer's rNUKX TO ^' TUB TIKK8 " KEW8PAPBR. 



[April I U 



Leading ArticlBS irohtnwen). 

Merchaat iShippinK Bill. 20 m 9 r 

i^hnnfrei in. 22 m 9 « 

.Motropolitan Board of Work*, 17 «i 11 r 

Ministerial Oi«ia at Rome. II a 7 6 

Ministers and Parliament, 8 u 9 u 

M«rocco. 14 m 12 c 

and Europe, 17/9 d 

Prince Napoleon and his Son. 28 ; 1 1 rf 

National Debt Convtrsion. 2rt w 9« - 7 ; 1 1 tf 

Neutralization of Kf^^pt. 25 / 9 a 

New Education Code. 3 // 9 d 

KailvTHj Hegulatioii Bill, 22 a 9 </ 

York Mansions. 2 f 9 d 

Panic, 16 w 9 rf 

the NiMtr; 2K m9 f 

Office of Public Pnisecutor. 7 » 1 1 «/ 

Ornithological Congress. \i a 9 d 

Oxford Water Supply, 10 ; 9 rf 

Panic, in New York. 16 m 9 s 

Parliament and the Negotiations. 24 ; 10 a 

Parliamentary Business 21 a 9 a-^'^ all 

<?— 9 w9fl~16//i 9 b 

Pigeon Shooting. 10 /» 11 c 

PoliticHl Oratory, I 7 « « /*— 4 ; 9 a 

Outlook in America. IS o 9 t 

Politics of the kectss. 18 a 9 A 

Post Office and the Tilephones, \3 i 9 d 

Prati and the Poets of Modern Italy, 19 m 

11 d 

Proceedings in Lunacy. 10 o 9 r 

- Proposed Kesignatiun uf Nubar Pasha, 7 a 
9d 

Prospects of Public Business. 9 a 9 a 

Protection of Submarine Cables. 1 7 a 9 rf 

Public Business in Parliament, 28 m 9 a 

Kecreat ion Grounds, 16 a 9 d 

Quarterly Review on the ConterTatire Policy, 

19/1 II a 

Queen and the Nation. 1 7 a 9 a 

Queen's Visit to Germany, 16 a 7« 

Habbits in Australia, S n 9 e 

Railway Regulation Bill. 27 »• 9 r 

Ke-Assembling of ParliHment. 22 n 9 c 

Report of the Crofters' Commistiion. 29a9d 

on Explosives, 24 n. \\ d 

Revenue Returns, \ a 9 d 

Revision in France and I he New Reichstag. 

10>9c 

Rome and England. 26 a 1 1 d 

Lord Rosebery on our Colonial Empire, 1 7 

a9r 

Royal Academy Banquet. 5 m 1 1 6 

Col'ege of i\l iisic. 211 m !♦ h 

GeogrHphical Socio ty, 27 m9 d 

a Royal Visit. 22 w 9 rf 

Russia and India. 26 m 1 1 r— 2 i9a 

Lord Salisbury's Manifesto. 7/11 u 

Salisbury at Plymouth. 6 i 9 b 

Salmon Fisheries in KngLind and Wales, 7 

mil d 

Scotch Questions in Parliament, 28 / 1 1 e 

Season, 6 «i 1 1 c 

Servia and Bulgaria. 14 ? 18 c 

Sewage of the rh^inios Suburbs. 9 )' \l c 

^- — Situation in Egypt. 2 a 1 1 o— S a9 d 
—— Small Pox Epid. niic, :M m \) d 



TiiMiding Articles {continued), 

Sons of St. George, 23 j 1 1 <f 

Soudan, 18 ; 9 o 

South African Troubles, 21 / 11 e 

Spain, 6 m 9 r 

Mr. Spurgeon's Jnbile«. 19/9 s 

State of Business, 28 a 9 a-24y 10 6 

Suez Canal Company. 80 m 9 a 

Sugar Bounties. 28 9 11 e 

Sunday Closing Bill. 8 a 9 c 

Technical Education, 16 m 9c 

Institute and the City Guilds. 2« / 9 i/ 

Tercentenary of Edinburgh Unirarsity, 15 

a 7e 

Trade, 26/ 9rf 

Transport and Commissariat Committee, It 

j 9d 

Mr. Trevelyan's BUI, 28 m 9 rf 

Tyndale Memorial, 10 m II d 

Vaughan SUtue at Middlesbrough, Zj 9 e 

Vivisection Return, 12^9 6 

Volunteers, 14 o 9 b 

Vote of Censure, 12 w 11 a— 14 m 12 6-2« 

)9 a 

Watch Rating, 28 a 9 r 

Water Companies Charges, 12 m 11 c 

West Indies. 1 m 9 a 

Mr. Woodalls forthcoming Amendnr»ent, 31 

m 11 ^ 
Working of the New Rules of Court, 15 is 

9e 
WyclifFe Quincentenary Celebration, 24 m 

II r 
Yesterday in the House of Coramans. 10 m 

11 6 21 »i II r 

in Parliament and at Plymouth, C ? 9 « 

Zululand. Affairs in. 21 w II d-30 m9 c 

Loe (J. C.) on the Con^o Treaty, 30 <» 4 r r 
Leeds. Conservative Demonstration at, 19 « 8 « 
Mr. Herbert Gladstone at the Hunslet 

Liberal Assoi-.iatiow. !9 n 8 « 
Opens the Liberal I lub at Burman tofts, 

21 n \0e 

Municipal Offices and Free Public Library. 

Formal 0|)ening of. by the Mayor, 18 a 6 a 

Muj«icnl Festival, Herr Dvoiak undertakes 

to Write a New Oratorio for, 8 o 10 a 

Spt^Ofhes of Mr, Forster, Mr. Gasehen and 

Sir W. Harcourt at, 18 o 6 o 

lAtek Burial Case. 9 m 9 e 
Legal Appointments and Changes, 9 a9j—\\a 
•6 /— 4 / 4 a 

Notice. 12 ft 11 c 

Loi-h (Miss Ada) Appeal for the Homes for 

Young English Women in Paris. 2M a A f—^ 

w 1 1 /' 
Lvi^httm (Sir Fred, j and Sir R. Peel, 5 w 9 /— <J 

m 10 a 
Leipsic. Anglican Church in. Bp. TStconib I^y« 

the Foundation Stone of, 27 m H // 
Leitner (G. W.) on the Koran and Slaverv, * « 

Lesseps (M.de) Order Conferred on by the King 

of Siam. 22 mad 
LeihiTidge (Hoper) on the Bengal Tenancy Bill, 

16 « 8 r— 18 fi 10 <• -22 • 7./-- 18 mid 
Levi (Lcono) on th^ Gold Currency, 7 m 12 e 



Jnne 30, 1881,] palmm's index to " titk rniKi " newspapkr. 



Lo:i 



LeverCEllis'^on the Conrersion of Burial Gronndt 

into Public Gardens, i i H d 
on British Agriculture and Our Food Sup- 
ply, ] 7 a 6 « 
Ijewes (J. D.) on the Egyptian Policy of the 

GoTernment, 24 ; 10 /" 
I^iberal Conference at Belfast, 16 ; 6 b 

Meeting at Belfast, 4 ; 6 rf 

at Brentford. 26 7 6 rf 

at the City Liberal Club, 12 ; 6 s 

at Cockermouth, 15 a 9 6 

at Hawarden, 9 ; 13/ 

at Mariborough, 4 ; 6 « 

at Salisbury. 10 a 7 / 

in Southwark, 10 a « ^ 

at Wellingborough, 23/ 8 c 

at Wrexham, \^ f B f 

Liberation Society, Annual Meeting, 6 w 9 / 
Liberty and Property Defence League, Second 

Annual Meeting, 19 ; 10 « 
Library of the Khedire, S a \\ f 
Liceu^ed Victuallers' Asylum, 57th Annirersary 
Festival 22 ml b 

Conference of, at St. James's Hall, 2 a€d 

Licensing Question, 9 m 9 e 

Lichfield (Cathedral, Restoration, 80 w 9/ 

Disturbances at, 18 ; 12 5—19 ; 6 c— 19 / 10 

«-.20; lOrf— 26; \0 f 
Liebig's Extract of Meat Company, 14 m 13 c— 

24 m 13 c— 7; 13 c 
Life- Boat at Newcastle County Down. 14 a !• <? 
Lifford (Lord) Case of the Irish Landowners, 2 

j 12 c 
Lighthouse lUuminants, 5 ; 3/ 
Lincoln, the New Member for. 17 ; 10 e 

Koman Remains Discovered in, 20 y 4 tf 

Lincoln's Inn, New Chaplain, M o 4 6 

the Treasurer's Dinner, »8 » 6 ^ 

Fields, Correspondence on Opening the En- 
closure to the Public. 31 m^ r 
Lisbon Geographical Society. Meeting. Aa oh 
Littledale (R. F.) on the Purchase Judgment, 17 

a 125 
Liverpool Conservative Association. Annual 

Meeting, 2U m 10 / 
Shop Labour in. 7 m \2 f 

Vicioria Legal Friendly Soci. ty, Annual 

Meeting. 17 m 12 6 

. London and Globe Insurance (>)rapany, 

keport, 13)71 11 5 
Livingstone (Dr.) Map of Africa. 2t> >, 7 h 
Lloyd (C'lifford) English Adiniuirttration in Egypt, 

»0j 8 a 

on the Prisons of Kgypt. 19 u 7 « 

(John) on the Lcmdon Government Bill, 15 

a hf' 19 a 9 / 
Loantia. Blue Botik on, 81 m 9 A 
Local Board lilections, Note on Voting at, 18 a 

\r 
Government Board and St. Pancras Vestry, 

»/i 5 A 

Surcharge by. ^ n 10 a 

. Mr. Panly Hesii^ns. 14 wi 11 d 

Pari tarn nrji. 24 m IH c 

L*»ch \,Sii Henry) Conipleuienrary Bat quet to, 

23 m b f 
Lofiie.W. .T.) i.n tlii* Municipal Bill, 14 n 12 c 

-lt»ayy 



Londesbornugh (Lord) on the Sale of his PicMires, 

7 HI 10 r 
London , »p. of) Movements of, MS m^n 

Cabdrivers* Benevolent Association, Atini- 

. versnry Festival, 2:J i h b 

(hnmber of ('omraerce Meeting. 7 « 10 fc 

( hildreu. Appeal for Fresh Air for Ailing, 

City Mission. An »u«l .Vfpeting. \'6 m i f 

Female RWormatory, U » 14 e 

Fields. Enclosure of, 14 'i H a 

(;<>vernment Bill, (Conference of ReprescMi- 

taiivt'* to Consider, 24 n M) d 

Financial Effects of. 28 m 12 rt 

Liverymen of l^ndon's Petition againut. 



(> ; 4 e 



Mating of the Board of Works to Con 



sider, 3 m 12 r 

. at Guildhall to Tonsider. \Om\if-\?* 



„! tl c— 17 m 10 r 

in Mile End in Favour of, 31 w 12 / 

at James's Hall in Favour of, 19 > ^ f 

Meetings to Consider, 17tfO /— i9a9A 

— 23« 12 /— 29 10C-2W 11 €-15 w 6 5- 

^1 m 12««— 26 w 5< 
Notes about. 14 a 12 c & f/— 15 « 5 /— 16 

a 12 «— 17 a 6 e-l8 a 6 rf— 19 a 9 /— 21 a 1 1 

/— 22 aide 

Notice about, 12 m 12 (/ 

■ Objections to. 5 m 3 / 

. Special Committee Meat to Consider. 14 



a II c 



Mr. Stanford's Series of Maps on. 9 ; 4 e 
Mr. (ylarence Smith's l.«tter to the Lord 

Mayor on. 12 w 9 rf 

lext of, as Issued, 1 1 o 8 a 

Ward Meeting on, 3 m 12 tf 

Gregorian Choral Association. Special Ser- 

vice at St. Paul's Cathedral, 16 m 9^ 

Institution, Papers Read at, 17 a 10 /" 

and Middleaex Archaological Society, 26 a 

1<> ^ . ,,r ^ ^T 

Mission Special Penitentmry Work, Note 

on, 16 ; 6 e 

Municipal Finances. 11 a 9 /" 

Musical Society, First Concert, 8 a 8 /"— 29 

o 4 d 

Riverside Fish Market Company. 6 m 18 r 

Sienmboat Company, 6 o 13 r 

'leniperance Ho-jiital, Hampstead Road, 

Duke of Westminster Lays ihe Foundation 
btoi.e. th a 10 s 

Ui.iversity. Prese Uation Day at. 16 m 12 a 

Wo id Paveraert. Paper on. 9 ; 5 a 

HUil Counties Liberal Club, Annual Meet- 
ing 2^i l» I I « 

and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, 

2.wi 11 rf-30« 12 d 
and Provincial Marine Insurance Company. 

S3 H I '' . . ^ 
and South African Explorstion Company. 

1 " ' » *• w . , . 

Knd Westminster Working Men s I onsiirn- 

fion:il Associstion. Annual Dinner, 16 wi lu a 

LonUmiKrrv ('ol. Vin-'^on rhe National Anil- 

Utv A«w*K*a.ioii ami Canada, 26 w 8 c -30 



Loii 



PALItRK's INDEX TO " TIIK Tf^ES ** »KWSPAI»KR. 



[April I f^ 



Lorcrs Day Kest Asvociation and the lleulh 

Exhibition, \\i m 6 d 
Ix)me (MMrqui8 of) Letter to ihe Bp. of Saskat- 
chewan on his Fund for Minions, \ u A e 
J>o8t Child. Han any One Misted One, 24 / 4 r 
Louvain University, Celebration of the Jubilee 

of. \o IN 5 d 
Lower Rhenish Masical Festival, Hj 7 «— 7 y 6 « 
Lunacy Laws Note oH) 12 mi 14 ^ 
Luctia fainting. 21 ; 7 / 
Luther (Martin) statue of. Unveiled at Wash- 

iitgron. 22 m 5 a 
Lyttou (Lord) on the Indian Civil Service, 19 a 

iU tt 

M. 
l4ii04lougRll;Gen.)on 8i ate- Directed Emigration, 

\\ a bd 
MaiMarlane (D. U.) on the Procurators- Fiscal, 

24 it t> (/ 

on the Highland Crofters, 8 m 10 r 

< on the Russian Advance towards India, 2 

^iHckenxie (H. C.) on Lord Canning. 7 a 10 d 
MMclenn (,J. M.) Ualunce Sheet of India's Fon-ign 

Trade. 4 ; it k 
Macliver ^F. Stewart) on the Omission in the 

Shipping Bill. 26 m 4 k 
MadaKMSvar aud the Mayor of Nottingham, 12 

m o e 

viuestion, 28 ; 7 c 

Magisiiaies and Police— Case of John Williams, 

22 n W d 
MRhdi. What is he ? 20 m 8 e 
Mahonied^n Mahdis. 12wi II /* 
Mails, see every day's pap^r 

American, Itt n S^ / 

Irish .service. 28 m \0 h 

Mair (Dr. U. H.; on ihu Karthquake, 30 a 4 & 
MaUy Visitors. IH/ 9^ 
M aileron (Col.) on the Snrakhs. 8 mi 12 ^ 
Malta. Mowments ot the Governor, 9 y 8 u^l4 

; 11 / 
Manche!«ter, Art Gall ry and Museum at, Mr. 
Mundelia to Open, 16 j 8 « 

— Cathedral. New Canon. 1 7 ; 5 e 

«— instalUtion of the New Dean, 26 a > 2 6—1 

m !<»« 
» — Meeting of the Irish Party in the Free 

Trade IIhU. 21 a 9 / 

— Unity o/ Odd Fellows, Annual Meeting, 4 
,6«-7; If 

^ Bury, Uochdale and Oldham Steam Tram- 
ways Company. \b m 11 k 
Manitoba Local Government Resign, 16 a 5 d 

Legi-lative Procci dings, "i i HJ 

m — . MiHcellaneous News. IH a 7 W 
MHnners(Lady) Philanthropic Work in Germany, 

1*«6/ 

— (Lord John) at Belgrave Conservative Club. 

<.— at a Conservative Banqu«ft at Castle 

l>oningiuii. 17 u 7 s 
_.^ — t)n (Voman Suffrage. 3 / fi u 
Manning (CarUinal; on »hv .Maii- or the Roman 

Catholic Church in Kngland. ) _' m 9 / 
Manslaughterof JohnFaircluld's tiruiher-in-Law 

by ^rikmg him on th« Head, 1 i a 4 6 



Mansion Hou^e — BmU by the Latiy Mayorci>, 1^ 

f 7 / 

to the Mayors and Mayoress of tl»e 

Pio\in(V6 by the l^dy Mayoress, a«» ? 4 « 

— Banquet' t.) the Chancellor and Prwi'Wnt 
of the yniver!«i(y College of liondon, 8 /« 6 c 

to Liird Hampden at, 23 ; 6 k 

to the Judges. 21 m 13 A — 12 ; 7 c 

to the Members of the Beaufort Hunt, 5 



J <> « 



r^J 



to Sir Stafford Northcote at, 28 t 
to the PreUies at. lU^ 10/ 

Banquets at. 2 a 7 </ 

Dinner to Sir Arthur Otway, 19 la 9 r 

East, r Banquet at, 22 a 10 c 

Lady Mayores!**s Receptious, 5 m 11 y— 31 

Rose Show and Flora Fete at, 28 w .> ^ 

Manutuciures and Agnculture, Olficial Keix»rt. 

26(i 6 r 

What SchtMils of Art have done for, 5 ; 3 a 

Maori (King of the; in England, 2/6 «— 4 i 6 r 

— 7 j lu 6—9 / 9 </— 1 1 ; 5 /— 12 ; 10 r— 13 ; 
lU /— 14 ; 12 e -21 i 11 ^—23 ; 12 a— 28 / 7 ; 
Murine Biological Assuciaiion. 15 m iO 4 — Ti m 
13 A 

L*«b«>ratory. 10 i» \2 d 

luhurance Company, 26 f II 6 

Matiiiuie ln.>iiranc« s ouipany. 2i / I3«i — 20 / 11 *j 
Mark ham ^C ha*-les) on the liailway Bill, 16 ; 9 ^ 
Marlborough and I'enns Pensions, 23 ; 5 « 

College. Award of Scholarships, Ac, 18/11; 

Marras ,^A. V.) on l-hili and Peru. 8 a 4 rf 
Marriage of the .Vlidgets a t *laucht:stcr, 29 /a 3 ^ 

Law in France, 17 m H <i 

Marriages. Bill to Legalize .my Doubtful. 9 « 9< 
MAR&IAOES: —In consequence of the K^gis- 
trar-Gcneral having a complete Alph alt: tics 1 
List of all Marriages in the Britiah Dominious. 
alsoor all Marriages ot British subjects abroa i. 
which can be inspected at any time, at the 
of!lce in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lilts as adver- 
tised in the Tin%es. 

Anhalt, k'rince Leopold of, 21 m S d 

Battenborg. Prince Louis of, I m of 

Boyle, Miss Audrey, 26/5/ 

Casey, Miss, 2t a & d 

- Constantinovilch, Grand Duke Constani ine, 
28 a 5 c 

Edwards, Miss Millie. 29 ai 5 € 

d'Elchingen. Mdlle, 12 «i 8 A 

Flynn, F. J., otherwise Gen. Mite, 2^ .-n 5 e 

He^i'e, Princess Hesse DarmsUili. A.-. 

Kliz.ibetli of. 27 m S d 

Lubbock, Sir John, 19 m 11 a 

Michot, .M.. 21 u 5 (/ 

Murat Prince, 12 mi 8 ^ 

Pi. I. Miss Fox, 19 la 11 /* 

Sa.x«Miy. Ductless of, 28 o 5 <• 

Sergins, Grand Duke. 16 ; 7 c 

Siba. Daughter of Nubar Pasha. 2 / ,"» e 

- Tennyson, ilun. llalUm. 26 ; ."i / 

Tijkirave Pallia. J ) d e 

Victoria «>f lles:i«. Princess. I /« "i f 

Mara. [nve!*ti<:ation on the Planet, iki a 1 i 
Mui . liali(^.\. J.; Music and Early Cloi^in/ » t j ? i 



*I.ine3a, 1881.] 



P\L3IBR*S INDEX TO " THK TIMES " NKWSI'APKR. 



ua 



ATarvin (rharlefi') on the Military Operations 
near Sutikin. 17 wi 10 c 

on t!ie Kursian Advance Tovrards India, 26 

w 10 A— 31 m 12 6— 7 ; » a 

M tirylebone Liberal Association, Annual Dinner. 

V* il d 
Ml son and Berry. 1 1 rt 8 A-S m 18/— 15 m \\ e 
Mat Milking in Prisons. Note on. 1 nt f 
Mauritius. Floj;i?Jnir in the Prisons of, 14 m 6 </ 

Govfrnjnt'nt i»f 2(> rt 7 « 

Inundniions in. 19 /n 7 / 

MfixiniiliHn the Emperor. Relics of. 14 m 5 a 
Max-e < Krt'd. A.) on Woman Suffrage. « ; 3 a 
Maxwell (P. B.) on Egyptian Finance. 4 ; y / 
on Kgyptian Pneons, 2 ; 4 « 

May Queen FVntiyal at Whitelaods Training 

ColK'ge. Chelsea, 3 m W t 
Mavorwliy— Aid. Fowler Ke/uses to Serve a 

S<?i-(.nd Terra. 27 ; 4 r 
M'C'all & Co.. on KHbbits in Australia. 5 /> 1 1 / 
M-Dougall (G. K.) on the Merchant iShipping 

Mill. 17a3« 
M'Laren (Clias.) on the New Bankruptcy Bill, 

21 m3 /--3; 9 r 
Mea-Ies at Canterbury. 1 1 /i 6 e 
Medical Acts Amendment Bill, Notes on, 12 a 5 

/ — 1« a 10 /— 21 a 10« 

Missions, Annual Meeting at Exeter Hall, 

30 7 4 f 

MfdioBval Market at Knightsbridge, 19 / 9 / 
>fc<!jidieh. Orders Conferred, 5 u 6 </— 14 m 6 6 

— 'l\ mh e — 24 ;/i 5 d 
Meeting of the Three Emperors, 17 a 5 c— 18 a 

6r 
Meetings of Creditors — Peyton, Edw., of Birm- 

in ((ham. &c., 14 ; 12/7 
Melting Sovereigns, 12 m 6 r 
Mercer (Wm.) on the Alexandrian Indemnities, 

19/1 \'^e 

- on the Baroness T)HUme«lin, 2\ a 7 d 
Merchant Shipping Bill, the Clyde Shipowners 

on. 17 rr 6 //— 19 //i 8 r 

- ( onference in the House of Commons Con- 
ference Kuom. H /i lu //— 9 a 10 a 

wiib the Board of Trade on, 10 a 6 c— 23 

« lOtf— 1* w 9/— 16 M \{)d 

Deputation from Amalgamated Seamen's 

Society to the Board of Trade on, 5 a 13 e 

Liberal Associations Approving. Tale 

.. — Meeting of Kepresentatives of Shipowners' 

Associations to Consider, 3 a 1 1 s— 4 a 9 /— 20 

w 8 / 

Memorandum Affixed to, 17 /* \\ d 

— North of England S^amship Owaers' 
AASuciaiiou Meet to Con^der, lt> /m 6 / 
Kesolution on, VI j 1 / 



Notes on, 7 a 7 *— 8 a 10 «— 9 a 10 if— 17 a 

% «— 21 a 7 /•— 23 a 8 y— 2« m 6 r— 29 m 10 6 

Omission in, 26 m 4 6 

rarlianientary Paper on, 6/4/ 

— - Proposed Changes in, 1 a 10 s— 17 w 1 1 / 

Uesolution^i Passed by Local Boards. 2 i 8 c 

Merohaitc Taylors' Company, Banquet, 16 m 6 e 
Election Day. 12>6y 

School, 14|5 s 

• the Choral and Orchestral Societies, 

Annual Coiiisert at. zim iOp 



Merioneth<ihii^, New Lord Licutenent. 1 m 6 e 
Merry weather (J. Compton) Tramways Act Bill, 

16 ff 12 e 
M( rv. Indian Press on the Rufiian Annexation 

of. 7 a ^ h 

— Uu.sflians Approaching. 6 ; 4 ^ 
Mestageries Marir tnes. C'ompany, 26 f lis 
Mesuricr (fit. Co\.) on the Transvaal Defence 

Memorial, 31 w 9 e 
Meteor. KeniArkaidy Brilliant. 23 m 8 </ 
Meth(>dist New (;onnexion, 88th Annual Con- 
ference a t Nottingham, 10^9/ 
Metropiditan Association for Improving the 

Dwellings of the Industrial Classes, 19 i II a 

—20 ; li d 
for Befriending Toung Servants, Lectures 

in (Connexion with, 22 a 7 s 

Asylums Board Meetings, 26 ai 8 d-^Q j II b 

METBOPOLITAN BOABD OF WORKS i^ 
Annual Dinner by the Chairman. 12 m 4 / 

Finances. 10 /i 12 a— 31 m 9 a- 21 ; 10 c 

Firw Brigade. 17 /« 12 a 

Improvements 17 m 12 a 

Loan. 10 m 14 a 

Meetings 6 /r 14 a— 10 a 12 /i— 28 a 4 «--» 

10 w 14 a— 17 //I 12 0-31 w 9 e— 14 > 14/— 21 

J lOc— 28; 10 6 

New Streets, 5 a 1 4 a 

0()en Spaces and Parks, 10 m 13 a 

Paddington Churchyard, 10 e i'i q 

Parks Railway, 2# a 14 # 

: Tooting C'omtnon, 28 a 4 a 

Victoria Eiubaukmeot, Tenders for Lighting, 

14/14 f 
^ietrupolitan Convale.^oent Home, Meeting at 

Groiivenor House to Aid, 20 / 9 a 
Central Markets. Annual Keport, 26 a 6 / 

- Pauperism. 4 « 4 a — 10 a 4y — J 7 a 3 6—24 
m 6y— 2 m 10 c— 9 m 4 a— 16 m 3 e— 22 w 11/ 
—5 ;3e — 14 i G «— 20,; 4 c— 27 /3 6 

Life Assurance Society, Keport. 9 m 1 1 4 

Fire Brigade Expenses BUi, 14 a 4 cf 

Mills. 28 mil d 

Public Gardens Association, 14 m 12 c 

Sewage I )i«churge. 7 m 1 3 / — 1 6 m 5 /— 23 

m r. «— I9;4y— 25/ U ;-^'iii j 5 d 

ICEXIOO:- 

IJcbt. 17 n 6/ 

Finance Arrangements, 19 a 7 ^ 

Indian Raid and Massacre, 21 "5/ 

Miscellaneous News. 9 a 5 ^—9 ; 7 / 

National Bank in Closed, 2 m 5 d 

Nttjir Loan, 30 w 5 / 

Opening of the Congress on the Affairs of, 

2 a 1 3 a —3 a 5 d 

-^ Rebels Defeated in, 24 a 5 ^ 
Stamp Tay imposed, 10 a 5 /* 

and the United States, 24 m 7 o 

Mexzeroff ;, Professor; Notice about. 30 m 6 / 
Middlesex Hospital, Appeal for the New Build* 

iiigs. 1 8 a 3 tf 

Liberal Association. Annual Meeting, 9 a 6« 

Midlothian Liberal Association, Sixth Annual 

Meeting at Edinburgh, 19 ; 10 « 
Midlothian Oil ('ompauy. IS ; 15 r 
Mj1# End New Town, N9ir Reoreation QroiiQ4 

in, 31 /fi i» i; 



Mil 



PALMCR 6 IIIDEX TO '^ TUB TIMES MEWSPAFKK. 



[April 1 t^ 



Shies (P. J. W.) on Leight Cour Collection, 25 

I 10./ 
Military Tourmtineat, at Islington Agrieultaral 

Hall, Duke of Cambridge Opens, U j 11 / — Iti 

/ 11/1-11)/ 10/— 21 » II /— 28i 66 
Milk Tonfereiiue and Exhibition at Qloucester, 

^H m 8 / 
MilU (Arthur) oq Norfolk Island. 30i 6 e 
Milltown (Lordy on the Lunacy Law% 12 m 14 h 
MiKI»0 XNTELLiaENO£: — 

Accidents. m« Accidekts^Miitir* 

in Mines Couimisaion, Meetings, 11 ; 5 

_l2f 7 6— 19/ 4(1— 26) II 6 
Business of the Week, in each da/§pa^r, 

mtUer Mimity Mnrhtt 
Inspectom* Reports on Acddenta. 2m ^ d 

- Order to Open the Mines of Tunnan, 26 m 
:» ti 

State of Shares iq Companiee, ms twtrjf 

ii"ffn /Htper 
Mi< iitieriHi Aiethemetic, 4;tty 

Meetings. 2 u 1 1 / 

vtovenipnU, 10 a 9 /—1 1 a 7 /— « m 8 ^— 

I m»«— .2/#i9/ 

Mibcvllaneous Foreign News, see eeety da^e paper 
MiMtion Home for Englishwomen in Paris, 6 ; 4 c 

Wuik in India. 2i /lis 
^U.'<!«i(>. ary Knierpri»e in Manitoba nnd North 

Wertt Canada. Meeting nt the Mansion House 

to Aid the Fund, 1 a 4 s 
Mnir . .lolin) on 1 he Death of Capt. Berry. 5mSa 
Ai«*fr»t Key. Dr. KobL) Note to Friends to send 

any Documcnis Relating to him for hu Memoir, 

2.J / « u 
Monaco, Note on, 23 i i f 
Monciieif ((*on«ul) Brass Tablet in Memory of, 

i/etaiued by the ('UMtoma Authoritiea, S\ ml d 
>' oney-O-outts ^F. B.> Phiianihropic Work, 14 

..Ad 
MON£Y MARKET:- 
Argentine liepublicMn Loan. 20 / 1 1 « 

Bills on India, Tenders for, 3 n 11 n~10 a 

II a-17tt 11 a--24a 11 a— 1 m II ci— 8 in 12 
II- 15 IN 11 6— 22iw 11a— 6 i 11 a-12 ; 116 
— I)); 11 0—26; 11 a 

l>ominion of Canada Bonda, 14/ 16 a 

Indian Debentures, Jala 

Leeds Corporation I>ebentttret, 3 j 9 c— 10 

; 11a 

Metropolitan Board of Works Loan, 8 w 12 c 

Paris Market, ass every dt*tfe pnper 

Peruvian Loans, Disgraceful Hoax about, 

6 ; 1 1 o 

Portuguese Loan. 26.;' 11 a 

Queensland Qorernment Loan, 26 m 13 fi— 

31 m 13 a 

KaUway Market, 3 a 11 a— 6 j 11 a— 10 

; II a-U ; 11 6 

— — Rates of Money Current en the Principal 
Foreign MarkeU, 4 a 1 1 6—16 a 11 6—25 a 11 
6—9 IN 1 1 6—30 m 11 b— 6 ; 11 6—18 9116 

- State of the Market, eee every dav*s paper 
.South Australian OoTernment Loan, 13 m 

11 6 -21 i# 13 a 
. — i'asmanhin Loan, 8 m 1 2 « 

Treasury Bills, Tenders for, 2 a 18 tf 

^— Turkish Fiaauce, 6 /n 1 1 6 



Honey Market (continued), 

Uruguayan Unified Debt. 22 a 11 6 

Monetary Conrention in Paris. 7 ; 7 « 

Monk . HeT. Herbert) on the Newton Burial Case, 

8 M (> t 

Monte.i^arlo Scandal 15 a 8 6—4 ; 5 4^-9 9 7 r 
— 17 ; 5 6—18; 7 6— 23 ; 4 /-30 / 5 rf 

Montpfiore (Sh* Mosen) Jewish Organisation in 
Philadelphia to Arrange for Celebrating the 
Centenary of , 2 > 5 <* 

Meeting of the United Synagogues to Cele- 
brate his lOiith Birthday. 27 ; 3 h 

Montenegro the Prince Lays the Foundation 
Stone of the BuikJing to contain the Theatre, 
litate Library aiul Museum, 14 m 7 c 

Miscellaneous News, 20 « 6 rf— 23 ai 6 rf— 

do m 5 e— 31 aa 7 <f 

Monte»quieu (M.^ Unpublished Letters of, 29 a 

ou 
MuraTiH. Gendarmes Missing in. 24 a 6 s 
MorgMM (Osiiorne) at Wrcxliani, 19 / 6 / 
Morice Uey Memorial Fond. 17 a 11 c 
Morli'v (.lohn) on the Situation, 9 ; 8./ 

lit Hlyth :i«» / 7 e 

at I hie NMtional Liberal Club, Dinner, 19 

/« d 
Morocco and il.e lV>«rers. 5 m 7r 

Mr. All ifiH A« oeunt of. V2 mSd 

French ^ui>j.H.M» Forbkldeu to Purchase 

Slaves. .. a 5 r 

MiscelUneoiis News. 13 ; 5 ^— 19> 6 tf— 29 

;5f— -1 ;7A-23/ 7^— 26;5« 

Note aixiut. 3 ; 4 r 

Prei»ent M>ite of. IK » 3 « 

Morris (Lewis) on Iligliur Educatk>n in Walea, 

8 a3/ 
Morrison (W. T.) on Mr. Childers* Conversion 

Scheme. 2tl rr 1 1 a 
Mossaiuecies. Foun«lin)C of. 16 ; 7 « 
Mossop ft has.) on tlie London Government Bill, 

18 n H a 
Moyle^F. B.) on the Fn.nclH>e Bill, 21 m 5 6 
MundelU (— ) and the National Society, 18 a 4 c 
Municipal Annual Ekxrtiona. 2/46 

Boroughs. Proposed New. 21 mS/ 

Building Society. 25 > 1 1 d 

Freeht.M Land Company, 25 > 11 <f 

Government of New York, 5.; II e 

Mnnici(Hility of Boston. 3> m 2 /— 3 ; 8 r/ 
Munitin ^F. K.i on C'omniitim-nt lor Debt, 27 

/ 3i/ 

i»n the Impo>itions at Boulogne, 15 a 6 

MUADEBS:- 

M Little Boy. named Bums, by its Mother 

who afterwards Attempte«l Suicide, at North 
Shields. 9 ri 12 a— 30 a 12 <t 

Mrs. CaMsedy, by her Husband. 26 1*5/ 

Mary Cooper, a Child, at ilkAiddletbrough, 

24 / l-)c 

Wm. Henry Day, at Woolwich, Confession 

of the Murderer, 2 » 10 r— 7 m 7 e 

Mr. Donoghue, by his Son, at Tibberclare, 

2U I. 1 1 / 

Lt. Dupuis on Mount Zaighat. 16 ; 7 6 

*— an Ehlerly Gentleman, in m Forest near 

Pesih. Wia 7 d ^ 

Mr*. Kar«»w rth's Bnb}*, by Pouring OTer it 



June 10, l»84.] 



PALMICU'S INDEX TO ^* TKE TIUES*' NEWSPAPER. 



Nav 



Morden (rcm/tnu€</)< 

a Little Girl, named Fourie, in the Rue 

Surcout. Paris. 7 a 5 r 

Kmma Jane Holies, at Spring Hill, Birni- 

inghaiD, 2 m 10 ^ 

Mrs. Kozma. by her Husband, who after- 
wards Committed Suicide. 15 6 8 e 

Farmer Moore atid his Wife, at Bathdrum, 

2] m 12 / 

Mr. Perkins, in Arthur Street. West, Notices 

about, 1 a )0 e— 2 a i'6 /^d a « 6<-IO a 7 a— 
18 aoe-2Sa 11 e—\2m 8 //— 19 m 9 « 

Reward Offered for the Murderer, 7 a 10 <i 

Mrs. Scott's Infant, by her Servant Girl, 20 

i So 

Six Persons in Galicia, M. Tennenhans. his 

Wife, bid Mother, Two Sons and a Jewish 
tkjrTHnt. 15 m 6 d 

Mnry Taylor, by bein^ Violently Ejected 

from her Lodgingn by her Landlord, 1 1 a 4 6 

a Wife, at Bootle. by her Husband, who 

afterwards (Committed Suicide, 2() / 6 /' 

Attempted. Mrs. Martin, at Sunderland, by 

her Husband, 23 ; 12 a 

Mrs. Kayle, by her Husband, at Bolton, 

who in tryitii? to Kscape Fell into a Cellar and 
Broke his Neck. 9 / 5 // 

Mr. Saxon, in Ancoats, Manchester, by 

liis Son, 19 m 8 « 

Reported of John Matthews, by his Wife, 

8 a 10 / 

Suspected, of Short land, by her Husband, 

at Knightsb.idge. 9 m 10 d-io w 9 « 

Murray - Donald on the Penalty for Giving Evi- 
dence before the Oofters ( 'ommiS'^ion. 23 a 6 / 

(John) Warning for English Travellers to 

Venice. 20 i 4 « 

M'usic and Karly (Closing W a S d 

Musselwhite ^ i\ R.) on the Earthquake in Eng- 
Und, 30 a 4 6 

N. 

Naish F. C.) on the Tilbury Dock Mission, 81 
w 1 2 d 

Nasik, District of. 10 // 9 /* 

Nasmyth ((-. J.) on the Trade of India. 22 a lib 

Natal. Sir Henry Bulwer Resigns the Governor- 
ship. \ i b d 

and Zululand, o i bh 

Land and Colonization Company, 19 ro 13 c 

Kntional African Company, 12 9 11 </— 23 ; 18 e 

Artillery Association, Annual Meeting, 14 

and Canada, 30> 6 r 

Debt. Interest on. see Intbrbbt 

Conversion of, Bill about, 19 m 9 d— 29 

m 10/ 
Notes about, 29 w 10 /"— 29 m 11 6—5 

J II /— 12? 7/-I2; IWi— 16/9/> 

Exhibition, Turin, Dinners and Balls, 80 a 



7e 



a 9 d — 29 a 5 
Captive 



National Fire Inf'urance Corporation, 24 m 13 a 

Gallery*, Annual Report, 24 u 12 </ 

AdditionH to. 14 a 3 e 

Notices about. 9 a 1 1 ./—1 1 a 8 J— 14 a 



' Admissions, I m 5 e 

-■proj^ress of, IH a 5 c—\7 a & e — 19 ale 

' the King and Queen Open, 26 a 7 c/ ~28 



Balloon Struck by Lightning 



and DeHtrtjyed, 29 « 6 c 
Expenditure, Nolo on, 23 ci 4 a 



4a 



Hospital for Paralyzed and Epileptic, 8 tn 
Be 

Institutions, on the Purchase of Obj-*cts 

for. 77 14 c 

Liberal (Hub and Mr. Gladstone. 13 m 10 6 

and Mr. Morley. 19 ; 6 rf 

New Buildtnj^s for. 24 j 10 « 

Marine Insurance Association, 29 a II c 

First Annual Ueport. 12 « 11 n j 

Model Dwellings Company, 23 /« 1 1 <? 

Mortgage and Agency Company of New 

Zealand, 1 4 ; 1 5 /• 

Penny Bank, 13 HI r. 

Refuges for Homeless Children, Annual 

Meet! UK, 29 m 9 / 

Rirte As8ociHti<m, 28 m 8 A 

Society tor Preserving the Memorials of the 

Dead, Meeting «if. 9 « 4 / 

Teachers' Pensions. 2 m 8 e 

" - Union of (conservative Associations and 

thoir Chairman, 14 m 12 e — 15 m 9 /— 17 tn 11 

y -9 ; 9 A 
Notes about, 81 m 14 a— 3 7 8/-4 j 7 

/•_6;« r— 6; 7 d 

Resolutions Passed, 19 m 8 6 

see ('0N8ERVATIVK8 



of Elementary Teachers, Annual Confer- 
ence. 1 2 a 5 /■ 
NAVAL AND MILITABY INTELLIGENCE:— 

Abolition of Purchase, 81 w 9 d 

Aldershot. Grand Sham Fight in the Long 

Valley. 6 j 7 d 

Appointments and Promotions, see everjf 

day^s pufter 

Army. Note on 5 m 9/ 

Discontent in, 26 »i 4 «— 31 m 8 /— 2 i 8 

*_rt ; S f—\H f 3/ 
Artillery Experiments at Shoeburyness, 28 

wi 4 e — '60 m 7 /' 

Battle of VVaterloo, Celebration of the An- 
niversary of. 19 ; 6 rf 

Building nnd Repairs of Ships by Contract, 

Meeting of the Committee to Inquire into, 14 
m \id-l6 m 10 r— 28 m 10/ 

Channel »Sqiiadron, 10 a 6 6—7 m 12 6 

Circular on the Regimental Establishments, 

2 J 7 a 

- Commissariat and Transport Services, 9 m 
5 d 

Commissions in the Line, 1 1 a 4 c 

Court- Martials. Nevr Regulatian, 18 j 10 d 

on Stafif-Commander Gravenor, 28 > 6 6 

Deaths of Otticers omcially Reported to 

the War Olflce during the Past Month. 11 o5/ 

DeuorationH and Promotions Granted to 

OtUcc-rs and Soldiers in the liecunt Operations 
in the ^oudan, 2J m 10 6 

Defence or Lucknow, Annual Dinner to 

ComnK>mn-ate of, 5 ; 9 / 
Egypiian dedal. 23 i 12 6 

- Eximiii uions for Cadetships, 21 a 7 e 
of < /tttjcrs, 19 »• » y 



UTav 



PALMER 9 IMUKX TO ^* TUB TiMBa NBW8l*APBR. 



[April I to 



Kaval and Military Intelligence {continued), 

Nielli l)Hy in Windsor Great I'ark, 11 a 5/ 

at Wimbledon, 27 ... 10 « 

Flo)<gii)g ill the Army. 7 • 7 A 

G(M)d Cuiiduct and Long Service Medals, 

AwRiil of. a » € <^— Itt a 6 d- 15 m 10 c 

Gordon liitfhlai.ders Granite Monument 

at Duihie Park Krected to the Memory of the 
Officers and Min Killed in tlie Egyptian Cam- 
paiKn. (> / 7 6 

(torernment Dockyards, (Commission to In- 
quire into. 8 u 10 a 

Greenwich Hospital, Pension of 50£ Con- 
ferred on Dr. Lyall. 17 m 10 6 

.^— Grenadier Guards, AnniTersary Dinner of 

the Members. 27 m 8 d 
Heary Gun8 of 1884. 21 ; 10 b 

H. M. Ship ColHngwood, 29 m 10 d 

. Holyhead Petition to Make it a Permanent 

Naval Station. 29 o 10 6 
^— Home Army in 1884<, 5 /n 8 6 

. Indian Heliefs. 28 ; 7 « 

Inspection of Troops at Dover by the Dnke 

of ( ambridge. 29 u 10 6 
Laland's Prinmry Battery. 23 i" 8 A 

Lieutenants of Militia fur (Commissions in 

the Army, 28 m 10/ 

Machine >>hell Guns for the Navy, 10 a 8 r 

Militia, Notices about, 17 a 5 / — 12 m 9 a— 

2>7 tf—ao I 6r 
^— Movements of Troops. 9 a 10 a 
** Monscrieff *' System of Gun Carriages, 29 

Naval Brigade at Tamai, 8 m 18 c 

(^adetships, 26 i ^c 

Pension of £50 Awarded, 2*>.m7d 

Nav>. State of, 23 ; 10 o 

Club, Dinner at Willis's, 22 w 7 / 

Mortality in, 1 7 o 11./ 

Ordnance Survey, Blue Book on, 6 m 8 a 

of Scotland, A a % <f 

Plymouth Dockyard, Inquiry into the 

Personnel of, 21 m 12 a 

«>— Prince Albert Victor Receives a Commission 

as Lieutenant, 3 m 1 1 c 
. Prize Money, Ifi a 3 « 

Kc*d Sea Squadron. -9 w 10 c 

Review and Sham Fight at Wimbledon, 24 

;9/i 

Hoyal Naval Club of 1 7C6, Dinner at Willis's, 

17 a 21 «-27 w 8«-12; 6 / 

Visit to Shornclitfe, 28 / 7 t 

Scottish Kegiroents, Notes on, 18 a 7 6—22 

a 12 a 

Si rvice Kifle. Note on, 14 a 4 a 

SlafFord(*hire Yeomanry at Lichfield, 23y I \J 

ToriH-do Appliances, 4 ; 7 « 

Boats, Lectures on. 13 m 4/ 

Ground at Portsmouth for Experiments, 

6/11./ 
- — Yet»manry, ("avalry, 17 o 6 / 
Nerbudda ('oal and Iroiii Company, 23 u 18 s 
Nf iherlands and Acheen, 14 ; U d 

— AppointmenlB, 21 a 66 

New [aymx. 6 ; 5 f — 7 » 7 /*— 17 / 6 • 

. Ueforni Bill. 14 <i 5 d 

- — Right of Succession to the Crown of, 10 a 5/ 



Nettlefolds, 25 i \\ d 

Neuchatel Asphalte Company, 7 a 7 6 

New Caledonia. New (Governor, 2 ; fi « 

Civil Service Co-Operaiion, 10 a II 

It 6 

Class Rule. 5|'a G « 

(^oroner f<ir the Duchy of Lencaster. 28 1 S / 

Government Offices, Nine Deaigna Selected 

on First Kza mi nation. 1 a 9 y 

Note about, 3 o g c 

Guinea. Exploration in, 2 a 7 4/ 

Hebrides, Petition to Annex to the Att«- 

tralian Colonies. 26 m 8 a 

Philological Discovery— Rig- Veda, 4 j 4 a 

Photogravures. 25 a 4/ 

Planet, 29 a 10 d 

Public Offices, Note on, 14 y 7 a 

Sanitary Danger. Bacteria in Bricks, S; 3^ 

South Wales. Miscellaneous News, 29 ai 8 a 

-4;8rf 
Treasurer's Grand Scheme for Raietng 

One Million of Money by New Taxation, 10 a 

8a 

York Life Insurance Company, 2 a IS a 

Zealand. Ministerial Crisis, 13/5 d 

the Maori King Leaves for England, S a 

13 a— 3 ab n 

Rapid Passage from, 12 ; 9 « 

Grain Agency and Mercantile Comjwn j 

25o II d^Vlm 13 r 

Loan and Mercantile Agency Companj 



14; Ine 

Shipping Company. 20 7 8 a 



Newcastle. New College at for Elementary Sehoa 

Teai hers, 8 ; 1 1 ^ 
Newdegate (— ) Taken 111 in the Honee • 

(Commons, 9 o 8 6 
Newfoundland, Miscellaneous News, 2 ; 5 /'-— M 

— Religions Rioting in, 17a5«— 12«ft5 
Newmarch Lectures on Sutistice by Prafeaeor 

Fox well, 3 m 10 c 
Newport Abercarn Black Viin Steam Caa 

C^ompany, 18/13 r 
Newsvendors* Benevolent Provident Inetitutsoa 

Annual Dinner. 8O7 6 « 
Nevkton Burial (^ase, 8 w 6 e 
N£XT OF KIN -FEBSONB WANTED .:-^ 

Alexander, Anne, 4 a I * 

Applet on. George, 7 m 1 5 

Kobt., 2:* ; 1 * 

Arnold. Chas., 18a I c 

— - t\TK Walter, 25 a 1 5 

Bateman. L. P.. WUl of, 28 a 1 & 

Berkeley, Baron, 18 la I 6 

Blakeway, W. E., 12 a I 5 

Boxer, Henry, 14 / I 6 

— — Boys, Laura, 4 1 I * 

Bradbury, L. J., 6 si 1 5 

Brand Swan, Wilt of, 4 a I 5 

Bricknell, G. S. ¥„ 5 a 1 ft 

Britiah Guardian Life Assuranao < 

19a 1 c 

Brownrigg, John, 9 ; I * 

Burtenshaw. Sarah, 8 a I 5 

Burton, Artkiir. 11 a 1 5 

Busby, Ueory, 24a i tf 



June 30, lS84.j palmer's iki»kx to "the times" newspaper. 



Nor 



Kttzt of Kin, &0. {ronttnueti), 

Carnegy, P. A.. 14 </ 1 b 

Carpenter. T. R.. 8 «i 1 6 

Cassweil. Rich. 19 / U 

Chansarel. Hippolyte, WUI of, 2\i \ b 

Chersi, L. A. L. de. 18 u 1 c 

ChUd, James. Mm\ b 

— — Chapman, Henrj. 2/16 

Chnatian, Edw.. 10 ; I b 

Clegg, J. E.. 24 7 I h 

' CleTeland, Tho«.. 30 7 I 6 

CoU, Rich.. 18/1 b 

Collins. Edm., 5n \ k 

Eliz.. 6 ; 1 A 

Cordery, J no., 10 ; 1 6 

Cornwall Minerals Railway Company, 19 a 

1 e 

Cunningham, James, 20 m 1 6 

Davis, James, 2'd a \b 

W. H., 15 f?i 1 6 

DeMcon, Francis. 9 a I A 

Mllon, Capt. Wm., 17 ; 1 b 

Dixon. Henry, 2 ** 1 6 

Dowland, John, Certificate of Baptism, 27 

ml b 

Drummond, John. 5 a I 6 

rDuiin.M. Am 2 m \ b 

Francis, Geo., 7 €i \ b 

Fraser. Mary, 2^ a \ b 

Freeman, Mrs., late Lily Thynne, 26 i 1 6 

Frogley, R. J., 16; 1 6 

George, Louisa. 7 ; I A 

Gibson, U. C. F., II / I 6 

GilL Fred.. WUI of. 18 » 1 h 

Godde. Peter. Marriage Certificate, 28 / 1 6 

Gold, L. M., 30 a 1 6 

Gonard. Paul. 18 a I A 

Grayson. F. H.. 4 a I h 

Greenwood and Hoare, 8 a 1 6 

GreeTes. Emanuel. 18 ; 1 b 

Griffiths, John, 25 ; 1 b 

Halkett, Sir Hugh 19 <i 1 5 

Hampton, Wm.. I7 w 15 

Uarriaon, 8ir '1 hos., \ m i c 

Hartley. L. L., 7 a 1 5 

Hayes, Thos., 14 m 1 b 

Heaton. Kobt., \2 m i b 

Hedge. Geo.. 2 9 1 ^ 

— — Henrlon, Lucy. 22 « 1 r 

Hall. S., E. and J. S. F., 12 / 1 5 

Ho ze. Henry, 29 tf 1 5 

Jackson. H. M., 12 j 1 6 

Joyce. J. G.. 24 / 1 5 

Kearney, Eliz., 7 m 1 5 

Knight John. 26 7 1 5 

Lane Ann, 26 n 1 /• 

A. E., C^^Aificate of Birth, 22 o 1 5 

Ll«welyn, barah. 2ii nt 1 b 

Locke. J. N., 6 m I 6 

Lo|.es, J. A., 16 m 1 5 

Lowe, Charlotte. 147 1 5 

Macgregor. A. D., 15 a I 6 

Maden Mai hint 28 / 1 b 

Mann iheimuthis. 9 a 1 5 

Mai son. Edw.. 28 a 1 5 

May. Nath.« jun.. 80 ; 1 5 

M Donnell, r., 24 «i 1 c 



Kext of Kin. Ac, (ronfinued). 

MElt^unn, Miciiael. 13/16 

Morecraft .lamea. \5 m \ b 

Mprrant or Triinont. Wm.. 7 /» I 5 

.Multins Lawrence. I a I /» 

Needham, H. <\. 20; 1 6 

O'Brien, Oath.. 10/ I 6 

— — Orr, Jane. 2 a 1 5 

Parker E. S.. 30 m 1 5 

W. 8., 2H m I 5 

Peatt, Joseph 10 m 1 6 

Peet. W. K.. 2 m 1 h 

Perkinj*. E. J.. 5 a 1 5 

Philips. F. J. M.. 2.S m 1 5 

Phillip. Morgan. 2 ; 1 5 

Phillips, Stephen, 27 « 1 fc 

Tho8., 1 7 /» I h 

- Raven. Henry A a \ b 
RefTell. James, 30 m 1 h 

Reid. Andrew. lo m 1 5 

-^ Richards, Geo.. 2r) a 1 b 

Kobercs. John, 10 n 1 ^ 

Rolnnson, Geo. and Annie, 4 a I 5 

Roddam, Geo., 1 1 7 1 * 

Ross. Geo.. 2 a I 5 

Rowl.inds, Tcim. 7 »/» 1 5 

^^a88oon. J. A.. 2i a I 4 

Seagraie. Ann. 1 »/i 1 6 

Smith. Ann. 23/1 h 

Lu-C'ol. G. F.. 2y a I 5 

J. H.. II ; 1 5 

Samuel, 9 a \ h 

Spencer. C J. M.. 2 o 1 A 

Spooner. J. H. and S. M., 17 iw 1 5 

Spoor, Kobt,, 16 d I r 

Staiibrotjk, Robt.. »\ ill of, 9 m \ b 

Swan. C. F., 8 a 1 /* 

— Swiwden. Ann, 18« 1 5 

Taylor, Edw., 5 a 1 5 

R. D.. 19a I c 

- Teulou, Anthony, Marria<^e Certificate, 28 
j\h 

- Thirlwall or Thelwali. W. B, 17 o 1 <j 
Thynne. Lord Edw.. 21 u I 6 

Tiniperon. Joseph, lom l h 

Truenian. Jemima 25 u 1 5 

Turnir. J. R.. 7 a I A 

Walkmshaw. A. C S» I b 

Warcup. <'hrist(»pher. 5 « 1 5 

While. G. F. jVI., i7 / 1 » 

J. E. 30 a 1 fe 

Whitniar«h. Dr. M . 28 j 1 5 

WotKU-roft. Eliz., 24 a 1 c 

Ni^tht Schools. 31 /« H / 

Nine Kims Prison Mission, Public Meeting in 
Aid of. 12 »n n «• 

Nn>eteenih C^eiitury Building Society, 4 o 11 </— 
239b 

Nobel's Explosives Company. 24 « 11 d 

Noel i Henry ) on the Water Question. 3 ; 10 a 
' Norfolk Ubind. 30 760 

Norma nby y Lord i Banqnet to. on his Retirement 
1 fioni Coloni.l Seivice. 2:^ / ■*< e 
> Nonh (K. h'. 1 on France and Peru, 13 ; \0/ 
■ North Afghan Frontier, 676 rf— 7 7 9 •—9 ; 6 5 

GerniHi) Lloyd Stwam Packet Company, 22 

I m \ii 



Kor 



PALMEK*6 INI»EX TO *' TTIE TrMRS " NFWSPAFEIl. 



[April 1 to 



N.»rih ftants Conservative Association, Annunl 
Met'iiiii;. 21* « s f/ 

\ViiU-8 < ollepe, Meetinjf of the Ouvernors. 

] m II / — 1 5 ./I y e —22 III 4 a— 5 / n « 

Nonln^ofe M. S. . at Kx.'ter. Hi 'i \) f 

C^ir Staffoid on the Abindonrnent of Gen. 

Gordon. 15 iH 10 6 

on the Oinsprvatire Party, 8 ri R fi 

and the E<linburKh Conservative Working 

Men*s A^8ocIation. VI / 9 / 

at Kxeler. 22 m 7 r 

on Mr. (ihidstone*s Unjust Charge of 

Obdt ruction. 2H m 10 A 

— Letter to the ChHirman of the Edinburgh 

University. 3 / 3 / 
to the Council of the NMtional Union. 



19 i/i fs U 

at the noK)usjh ot Marylebone (Conser- 
vative Union, '^9 m 7 r 

Ueply to the Kast Dulwich Conservative 

Association. 2«) u» 14 a 

and the Vote of Onsure. IH »n 10 rf 

on Woman Suffra^^e. 2ti m \\ t 

Norihcni Assurance Conip>tny, 1(> m 11 b — 9 

; V6a 
Territory Corporation of South Australia, 

Prospectus. 14 / ir> « 
Korthiiinberland County Franchise Association 

on the New Bill 5 m II e 
Norway, t'onstitutionnl Difficulty in. 15 a 3 « 
Crisis in. 4 a 9 /— 9 / 9 f — 26 / 5 e 

Impeachment Trial and Sentences, \ ah d 

-2 ti 7 '/— 4 it 5 c 

Miscellaneous News, 30 m 5 / — Gj 5 « 

New Ministry. 27 ; 5 « 

Kesignalion of the Ministry, 7 > 7 • 

- and >weden. 25 o 5 « 
Norwich Musical Festival. 3 ci HI c 

NottMge . G. S.; on the London Government Bill, 
19 a 9 / 

Nubar Pasha*s Daughter, Marriage of in Pre- 
paration, i< HI G d 

Nugent (Col.) on Imperial Defiance, n » \\ f 

N uiter ^Joseph) Munificent Bt quests to Bradford 
and Halifax, 26 m 13 /' 

O. 
Olxwk, English Resident for. fi / 5 r 
O'Brien (Patrick) on Scottish KeKiments, 22 a 

12 a 
Obstruction in Parliament Mr. Gladxtone's and 

hir S. Northcole's View of. 23 nt \i) b 
Ocean. Hailway and General Accident Assurance 

Company, 10 a II t- 
O'Connell Memorial Church, 3 a \0 e 
Official Appointments, I « 9 y-9 a 11 e— 6 m 9 

/— 10 m 6 e— 14 m 6 h -14 w 12 e- 17 «/ 6 r — 

17 m 7/-21 m 5 e— 23 ;w 9 /— 24 m 12 a— 26 

nt 14 a— 28 ; 6 e 
Notices, 12 a 11 o — 19 a 6 c— 7 m 5 /— 17 

m 6 r 

Vscancies, 13m 10 ^ 

OTlalloran. J.S.Jon Birds. 16 a 3 n 

Ohlson (J. L.) the West Indies and the United 

States. 29 a 10 // 
m. on Sucrar Beet ('ultivation in England, 4 

;■ 10 d 
ti6 



Old London Rridse. Mr. Hairs Etching. 19 7 10 e 
Malveritian Club, Dinner of the Members, 

7 a*y d 
Wykehamist Mission Fund, First AoQual 

Meeting. 6 m 4 </ 
Oratory. South Kensington. Opened for Dirioe 

Service by the Cardinal Abp. of Westminster, 
. 26 n 12 a 

Orchids Exhibition of. at Chelsea, 16/66 
Ordinations, 2H m 1 1 c— 10 1 i h-^U j 6 d 
Orient Steam Navigation Company, 23 a 13 c^ 

26a \2 d 
Oriental Telephone Company, 18 a II e — 22 a 

11 c 
Ornithological Exhibition at Vienna, a 7 6->9 

a 5 r-~l2 f/ 5 h 

- Opened by the Crown Prince. S a 5 e 
Orr Ewing Ca<e. 14 m 13 d 

Osborn Saml.)on the Sheffield County Franchise 

Meetinar. 1 1 n 6 c 
Osmanieh. Onlers Conferred. 21 w 5 e— 24 m 5 d 
Ossory, New Bishop of, 25 a 8 cf 
Oswestry Musical Festival. 30 a 4 r 
Otago and Southland Investment Compaay. 24 

aWd 
Our Sailors by Kt. Hon. Joseph Chambeiiaiii, 14 

)9 d 
Outside of the Platter— on the Social Evil. 2S a 

6/ 
Overland Route. Note on, 31 m 6 /" 
Oxford Pidinertton t^liili. Annual Dinner, 9 / 8c 
OXFORD UNIVEESITY:- 

Address to the Queen on the Ds.*ath of the 

Duke of Albany. 2 </ 1 1 /' 

Ap|M)inimenti». 6 . lo n— 2fi m « r— If? t f^ c 

A»hm>lean Mui^um. £le(;tion of Keej>er. 5 

;9/ 

Award of Prizes. 4c., 5 « 8 /— 9 m 5 a -27 

m lO/i-5/9/— 6f 9/ 

- Bampton Lecturer, Archdn. Farrar Ap- 
pointed. 14 m II (/ 

( Uss Lists. 14 / 14 /— 17 ; 10 6—21 / iO « 

—25 / l(»tf— 2? / 10 «/ 

Comiiienioiation. 19/6 f 

Convocation, 7 a 10 e— 17 a 6 /*— 25 « 10 6 

— 12 / 9 /-!«/ 10 d 

Decrees (^inferr^'d, 7filO«— I7fl6/— 10 

I w 12.1-31 w II /— 2 J 9/— 13; 10/— 21 ; 10 
I '~2«/ 12 d 

Honorary (^inferred. 25 a 10 b 

Indian Institute at. Proposal to Establish, 

I2;9 / 

Donations Towards, 13 ; 10 /* 

. Kleclions. 10 *i 9 /— 18 n 7 /— >8 a 9 /— 1 « 



9 /-2 m 10 f — 7 m 12 />— 2 ; 9 /-4 / 10 c — J 
; il /-i| / 10 Z'- U;9/-30/ 6r 
Kx>iaunatio..8 for Degnn^. I m 9y 

Notes on. 28 a 6 /— 29 .1 3 t 

of VVoaieii at, 16 a lt» 6-23 a 6 r/— 28 a 

^/ 
Lady Margaret HalPs SirhfilHr8hip<4. 19 m 9a 

Lectures, 2 m hW -9 w 3 «/— 26 m M *• 

New Keailers, 29 m 6 / — '1 / » /— 7 ; 12 #f 

Statute ou Women being AdmiiteKi to 

Hommrs. I . a H <— 30 n 12 '• 
OUji'ctions to the Statute. 16 r» 10 6 

Notices of, nee fcfiif dttyx pn/ter 



June 30, 1884.] palmkr's indrx to *' hik taxes'' mewspapbr. 



P&r 



Csfoid UniTenity (roniinued), 

i*ublic Kx .^miners, 28 m 10 6 

P'xAininations. 15 w 6 A 

RHckrli£fe Travelling Fellowship, Blection. 

2 «* il / . 

ICeador in Foreign History, New Appoint- 
ment. .H M II / 
i)j(furcJ»hire A>criculraral S<K'iety Show, \5 moe 

P. 
Pac*ifi4\ Ni*w8 almut. 19 m 4 <t 

8teuiii NaviKation Tompany. 5 m 13 /* 

I'addin^toti Gri-en (^hildrenV Hospital. lU m S c 
I'Mge (A. S.) on Ionian Sulf ragt*. 3 / 6 a 
l'ag«it (.Alfred) on the Earthquake in England, 

25 a 10 a 
1 'aimer (C. M.) at the Annual Meeting of the 

North of England Meam 8hip Owners' 

As^iciHtion, \7 a i\ H 
r;iltiitrri«ton riub. Annual Dinner. 9 i S e 
pMnnlciUo Copper Company. 16 m lie 
rnrasitea on Moiiey. 15 a 5 </ 
Farliiiment, Appoiniments. l.S m 10 « 

BuKinesa of the ijouse. Note on. 19 ; 8 </ 

- Conference on the Egyptian Question and 
tha Opposition, 27 m 9 / 

Division on Woman Suffrage 13 f 5 « 

Door-keeper to the House of Commons, 

Appointment of New. 3 « 4 / 

Duchess of Madrid and her Son Vi«it the 

Houses, 9 n 9 / 

^— KslH Indian Railway Communication, 28 
m o a 

Extension of the Legal Hours ol Marriage. 

New Bill. 2 a 14» '/ 

Franchise Bill. 20 tn 8 /* 

Debate. 7 a 10 e 

Proposed Amendments, 9 <i 5 a 

OoTernment BuMness, 21 a 9 /* 

Grand Committees. 28 n 9 /~17 m 9 « 

- House of Commons Police. 25 n 10 6 

liifch Members and the Vote of Censure, 27 

9 H / 

Judicature Bill, 27 t 9/ 

Metropolitan Bills in. 7 mt 12 0—9 m 5 d— 

KiM 12 U—y6m I0A~14 m 13 r— In m lO /— 
J6m 11 6— 17 m 10 6—20 m 10 6—21 m 7 f— 
ilml /— 23 m 10 /— 10 ; 9 /— 14 ; 15 c— 17 
/9e 

- Morning Sittings. 2 m 9 / 

New C^onservative Whips, 21 in 12 /* 

the Parneilite Party, 7 « 9 /i— 8 o 8 /— 28 

al / 

Mr. Peirs llesolutian on Local Taxation, 3 

o S r 
Private Bills in, 7 i 10 rf— 24 la 12r-ll 

> 10/— 127 7«— 20 ;8a -21 ; 12 y— 26 / 7f 

— 2«7 6 r-27 ; 8 «— 28 ; 10 a 

Cost of, i I rf 9 « 

Itailway liegulation BUI 28 m 5 « 

- l^edistribuiiuo of Seatt, Outline of Sir John 
HayV BilU. 7u 10 c 

belcct Coroinittee on the Commisaariat, 

6c., 13 ai ID tf 

Speaker *a Gallery 18 m 10 

« — Standing ( ommiitee in I41W, 21 ai 14 a— 
23 m lU ff— .tt M. 6 d-Il 1 12 • -Iti ft / 



Parliament— Mr. Steve son's Motion, 23 ; G / 

Vote of C^«nsure, Notices almut. 2 a 10 6— 

3f/i IOr-13/n lOr— 14 w 11 c/— 26 / 9 A" 

Women Suffrage. Sand 

PMrlinnifntary FrRnrhise— Hedistribution— Al« 

tcriistive Sugi^eiiions. IK n 2 e 
PABLIAMENTARY FBOOEEDINOS :-* 

- Allotments KxteiiSMm Act. 22 a ^ f 

Appointments of Solicitors to Postmaster* 

fillips. 22 a 6 / 

Army (Annusl) lUl. in 9d^6a 10 6 -9 a 

7 rf— 22 a 6 ri- 23 /I 8 a— 25 rr 5 s 

Estimates, « »i 7 6—9 m H f 

Bankruptcy Frauds and Disabilities (Scot- 
land) Bill. 8 w 7/- 18; 8 6 

Benefl'tes( Tiverton Portions) Consolidation 

Amendm-nt Hill. 20 / 6 a 

Bills AdHrneeJ, 2 a 7 «— 2 a 10 4—4 « 6 / 

-4 a Mrf-7 fi 4 6—8 a8 W— 9 a 6*— 9n 86— 
23 <i 9 e— 29 <? 8 /i- 1 m 8 6—3 m 8 a-6 m 8 fl 
— 6 w 8 6~ <» tn l> a- 9 m 8 f — 13 i» 6 «— 13 m 9 
a— 14 w 7e-lo m 7 /— 16 iw 6 c— 16 w 8 <f— 17 
m 9 «— 20 m 8 « -24 m 8 6-27 m 6 </— 27 tn H d 
— U) 6rf-10/ 7 /— II ; 7 6—17/ 6«-17;8 
t -20 / 6 a— 20 / 8 a— 24 ; 9 6—25 m 6 c— 267 
7 c/— 27 ; 6 r— 28 1 H «-28 ; 10 a 

Board of Works (Ireland) BiU. 22 a 7 i 

Budget. 25 a 7 

Kesolutions. 16 w ft o 

Burgh Police and Health (Scotland; BiU, 10 

J7r . ,■ 

Case of Lynal Thomas, 14/116 

of Micha. 1 Watters. 1 7 »i 9 c 

CeineterifH Hill. 26 / 7 6 

rhiinnel Tunnel 15 m 7 a 

Divivioii List, 16 iw 8 ' 

Charity Commi.<sion. 23 la 7 r 

(Church Patroiia;^ Bill. 19 / 7 a db a 

City of Hereford Election, 3 w 9 6 

Civil .Servicf Kitimates. 22 a 7 t— 6 m 6 6 

(^oloninl Attornt'ys Relief Act Amendment 

Bill Uw7 r 

Prisoners Removal Bill 21 m 8 6 

Conference Proposed, 7/a8a — 14m7a— 

28 /M 6 <i & f—26 m 7 h 

Congo Treaty, 10 m 8 6 

C^ontas^ious Diseases ^Animals) Bill 23 a 9 

fl— 3.» a y ''—3 m !0 ri -9 m 8 0— 14 in 7 s 

Division List. 23 fi \<i r 

Cork Butter Market Bill. 20 7 6 <t 

i^riniinal Law Amendment Bill, 4 a 5 <f— 10 

Ml G u — 24 m 8 a —25 ; 6 «i 

CTofters' Ctmimiasion Report, 28 / 9 </ 

Crown Lands 24 ns 9 d 

Cruelty to Animals Acts Amendment Bill, 

10 //I 8 a -21 Ml 8 a— 18 9 8 a— 25> 6 a 

Division List. 12 m 6 

Customs and lidand Revenue Bill, 80/ 7a 

Death of the Duke of Albany. 1 o 6 /* 

Diopo^al of the De d (KeguUitioQ) Bill, 1 m 

7 o 

Divii«ion List. 2 m 8 a 

DubUn. Wicklow and Wexford Railway 

Bill, HO.* 8/ 
i^lesiaatical Asteasmenta (SootUnd) Billy 

12 7 6 u 
Education Eatimatea, 17 ; 7 if 



Tar 



palmerV tw nix to *' t31 Tins *' wewspafmb. 



[April 1 U 



Parliamentary Proceeding! {ronttnued). 
' — Kffiiienc> of the Huuie, 21 t S a 

^'f^ypif 1 a ti A— 4 a Gd^ia 7 •~2 m 6 «- 

17; 7r 

Egjptwn Conference, 18 ^ a— 24 ; G o— 

if4 ; 7 «/— 25 7 6 «— 27 f 7 6-28 i 8 / 

KlectioDs (Hours of l*utliiig) Bill, 27 ; 8 b 

Division List, 28 i Ui h 

Elementary School Tencliert. SO u ^ d 

Extra Police Tax in I- eland. ^^7 d 

FhU of Berber, 18 j 8 / 

Ei»heriei ^Ireland) Bill, 30 a t rf-2 mBd 

- 24 1 (> J 

Fureiffn IraporUtions. 16 m 7 </ 

Fresh Water Fisheries Act Amendment 

i>ill. 2 a 7 « 

Gold sRd Silrer Plate I>uties, 1^» 7 c 

-»— Gen. Gordon. 9 a 6 «?—9 a 8 o— 22 a 6 fc— 23 

f. K a & /-26 a 6 tf— 80 « 9 a— 2 m 6 /— 8 m 8 

# — 24 m 8 6—28 7ii 6 e 

(inind Coromittee oty Law. 14 m 9 /" 

lireHt Seal Kill, 21 m 8 a— 18 j 8 s— 20J 6o 

V\ eaiein Railway l-ill. 21 ; 8 /" 

(SIreek Marriages Bill. 2i m 8 a 

H>de i'ark Corner Improvement Bill, 16 m 

(» ..—27 M 6 6—18 ; « S 

lntei*tafei« Estates Bill. 22 a 7 d 

Irish Arrests. 26 • 8 / 

Magistracy. 6 « 9 o 

Division List, 7 • 4 b 

Land Act 17 » 6 « 

Officials. 28 /« 7 /— 18 ; 10 A 

Sunday (losing Bill, 21 i 9 ft— 28 f9c 

Isle of Man Harbours Bill, 2 a 7 s 

Jamaica, -^ii a 9 d 

Khartoum. Situation at. 6 a 8 o— 29 nSh 

Lnbourers ^Ireland; Act Aiuendmant BUI, 

22 m 8 r 
Land Law (Ireland) Act, 80 a 8 n — 1 ml / 

- 2^ M 7 r/ 

Law of Evidence in Criminal Cased Bill. 10 

M 9 t, 

Liquor Traffic Local Veto cScoiland) Bill, 

8 //I 7 6 

Local Government Provisional Orders Bill, 

I (, u „ — 7 TO 8 «— 26 1 7 a 

London Government Bill, 9 a 6 s 

Lunacy Lawa. 6 /w 8 a 

Mada«at«car, 3 m 9/ 

Manthester Ship Cansl Bill 27 ? 8 r 

Marriage with a Deeeased Wife's Sister Bill 

7 tu 9 r 

Division List, 8 m 4 rf 

Married Women's Property Act Amend- 
ment bill, 3a 8<^— 22o6q— 80o8a— 14/«7« 

Medical Act Amendment Bill, 1 a 6 /— 4 a 

6 «— 26 ; 7 ri— 27 ; 8 a 

Merchant Shipping Bill, 20 m 6/ 

■ Morning Sittings. 8 m 8 rf 

Municipal Elections (Corrupt and Illegal 

Practices) Bill, 26 a 8 «— 29 a 8 o— 9 m 8 «— 12 
w 6r 

National Debt (Conversion of Stock) Bill. 

27 M HA- 7; 8*— 13; 8 /*— 14 / 11 «— 2l;9« 

Nationalist and Loyalist Meetings in Ire- 
la. t > 8 rf 

Nu.>. I*>;6^ 



Pariiamentary Pxt)ceedingB O'mitinued). 

New Education C^Mle. 2o7^ — 2alOa 

Members. 22 a 6 — 16 m 7 b — 17^ 7 d — 

24 J 7 A -28 ; 9 a 

Peers. 22 « 6 «— 80 a 8 a— 2 m 5 •—20 or 

6«— 21 m 8 o— 27«6a— 7j«6— 10/6tt— 18 
j 8 a— 2A ; 6 • 

WriU, 9a6f— 8«i 7 6— ei6 6— 12;6c» 



—21 ;9« 

Newcastle Chapter Bill, 28i 8 s 

the Nuero. 28 m 7 « 

Notices of Motions, see every day** fper, 

during Parlinment 

Orders of the Day, §ee every day^e paper^ 

during ParHament 

Overpressure in Schools, 28 ; 8 a 

Petitions, $ee every day*§ paper, during Par' 

kawent 
Political Lectures in Board School Roomsv 

13m Ha 
Pn-ve- tion of Smoke in the Metropolis Bill. 

27 in li u 

1 • r i V a f e B 1 1 sin ess, aee ever% day^e paper, during 

Pot ii'itmfnt 

l*»op<i«4*d New Standing Order. 22 m 6 <t 

Publii; Li)*rarie9 Acts Amendment Bill, 20 

/« 5 e — 2 1 m f* h 

Noiaried Bill. 14 w 7 rf 

— — Pro«ecutio»« in Scotland. 22 a 6 e 

Questions,, tee every day a -piiper, during Par' 

Hantent 
Representation of the PeopHs BilL 1 a 7 a — 

2 « 9 ri~4 o 7 e— 8 a 8 r— z9 a 6 d— 2 m 7 a — 

7 m 8 r— 1 7 w 8 ' — 21 *w 9 a— 24 »t 8 «— 27 m 7 
6— It » 7 A-ll ; r>//— 12 ; 6</— 14/ lOc— 18? 

8 r— 2(1 ; 7 *>— "M I hf -2h / ti /~27 > 7 « 

Divi-i »n Li-^t, S* o 10 r— 30 a 14 a— 22 ■** 

12'»-24 M 10 h 

Reviai^m of Jnmrx'and Voters* List s( Dublin 

County 1 Bid. < 7 /« ',• r - li / 7 6—27 ; 8 d 

lioyal Anient. 20 w 5 e 

ConimiSMon, 2J» /r 5 « & /'— 20 m 5 /— 24 

J 6 a-24 ; 7 a 

"ourm of Juj«tice>l iH 24 / 9 i 



- KuliiigH frum (he v^'liak, lb* »r 7y— 20 m 6 d 
- 2« » 9 ri 

Sale of Intoxieating Liquors on Sundays 

Bill 3fi7 1-15 w 7./-I9 ; 7 « 

Saiiioan IslMmts :'7 t d d 

>eirelary for ScoiUnd Bill 21 fa 8 a— 27 

;/> / 

- Settled Land BiH, 14 w 7 e— 28 ai 6 a— 21 > 
9 e 

Sites for (^hurches, Teachers* Kesidenceey 

&c. ( irelnrid ^ Bill. 24 a (y a 

Smith's Trust Estate Bill. 23 ? 6 c 

Soudan. 2 rt « <•— 28 n H a 7 ; 8 « 

Stockton (.;arrs Railway Bill, 9 a 6 a— 26 a 

8 A 

Summary Juri.xdiction Over Children (Ire- 

land; Bill, 18/8 a— 2.~i ; 8 <— 25 ; 7 6 

SiMninary of Proceedings, see every dtty*» 

pupfr, during Parliament 

Nunday Closing ^Cornwall) Bill, \\ij 8 c 

Supply. 7 TO 9 r— 7 J 9 CI— 18/ 9« 

Taxation 28 a 9 a 

Telwieo. DttiiM, 18 m 7 k 



Jnne SO, 1881.] 



PAUUCK*8 mi>BX T« *' TIIK TIHKS MKWdl'AVXIt. 



P r 



Parliamentary Proceedings {continued). 

Traaiwaya, &c. (Ireland; Araeudruent Bill, 

18 ; » e 

Usk and Towey Railway BUI, 10 > 6 d 

Vote on Account. 2'A m 6 « 

of ('ensure. 13 m 6r— 14ffi S< 

Division List, \o mS d 

Wednesday Sittings. 18 ; 9 « 

Wellin^^ton Statue, 2 /« 8 «— 81 m 8 k 

Woman Suffrage. 1 1 ? 6 « 

PABLIAMdINTAfiY SPEECHES :~ 

*<j* When tke Speech of a Member is required 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
^uftject under Farliamkntart Paocbeoinob, it 
can be seen at once by the reference answering 

to iliat atfixed to the Speaker's name. 

(.'orrections, 2 a 10 A 

Aberoom. Duke of, 24 ; 6 /* 

Aberdare. Lord. 14 m 7 rf 

Agnew. — , 13 J 7 A 

Alexander. Gen.. 13 ; 7 6 

Mftjor-Gen.. 29 a 7 r 

Anderson. — . 25 a 7 / 

Annesley. fiarl of, 24 ; 7 a 

Argyll. Duke of. 17 ; 6 « 

Arnold, — , 24 a 6 *— 14 m 10 • 

A»'hKv. -, 26 o » /• 

Ashm'ead-Bartlett. — . 4 ; 7 ^— 14 m 10 6 

Attorney-General. 8 a 8 c— :4 ; lu / 

- Balfour. A.. 3 « 8 e— 13 w 8 A 
ot Burleigh, Lor.l 10 m 8 a 

Barclay, -. 28 ; 10 a 

Barran. — , 8 a 6 r/ 

- Barttelot, Sir W., 8 a 7 rf 
Baxter. — , 8 i» 7 « 

Belmore. Earl of, 10 m 8 6 

Bentinck. C. 10; 7 6 

Beresford-Hope, — . 2 o 9 </— 7 w 10 a— 13 

j 7 a 

Bidden 4 o 7 ^ 

Bi^gar, — , 23 a 9 « 

Blake. -.21 ;9r 

Bolton. — , 22 Ml € 6 

Bourke. — , 28 m J h 

Brabourne, Tyord. 24 f 6 </ 

Bramwell, Lord. \H fHd 

Brand, — , 14 ; 1 1 r 

Bright. Jacob. 27 / (i c 

Brinton, — , 14 f Ma 

Broadhurst, — . 4 •• 7 « — 7 m J> r 

Brodrick. -. 2« a 7 u— ao u U -i 

Brooks. M., 21 79 A 

Bruce. Sir H., b uMh 

R, 12 7 « '» 

Bryce, — , 24 « 9 a 

Buchanan, — , 27 ; 8 * 

Burghley, Lord. 17 > 8 ^ 

Burt, — . 3 u 7 c— 8 ale 

Bury, Viscount. 23 a 8 r 

- Buxton. F., 25 a 7 /— 13 m 8 A 
S., 17 7 / 

Cairns, Earl. 14 m 7 rf 

Cameron. D., 2{t ; 9 « 

Dr.. 22 « (i r— I m 7 if—R m 7 ^—27 m 7 It 

Campbell. I^rd C 12 ; tirf— 28> 9 / 

■ Sir it. ^'A m 1 J 
J., \2 I Ma 



Parliamentary Speeches (^continued). 
(.'liinpbel -Baniierman. — . 9 im 7 /* 

<'amp«*r(Jown. Kar of. '27 f Mn 

Caiiterbiiry. Ahp.of, M j i< tf 

C^arlingtoid, Lord, 2 a 7y— 17>6f— 24>6/ 

— 2S,8rf 

Carnarvon. Earl ef, 23 ci 8 «— 7 m « a— 14 

m 7 €- 28 m 6 A 

Carlisle. Bp. of. 18 / » «i 

Cnstle'iown, Lord. 30 « 8 a 

— Causton. — . 27 ^ « t- 

( Hveiidish Ix)rd E. 21 mdd 

Cetil. Lord E.. 29 a 7 </ 

Chamberlain, — , 16 w 7 *— 20m 6/— 22 m «A 

Chancellor of the Kxuht-quer. 25 // 7 o 

— CliapliB, — , 4 u 7 i/--2a a 9 6—2 m 7 6- i4 
M 8 r 

— Ciieetham, — . 24 »/* 9 d 
Chddt'rs. — , 27 »* ^ ff 

( hurchill. Lord U.. 29 a C«— 14 m 8 «— 21 

Ml 9r/— 24; 7 / 

Clarke, E., 21» o « / - 7 w 9 < 

CJolebrooke. Sir E.. 1 2 7 6 e 

(>)ieridge. Lord, C m ii k 

Collings, —, 22 a 6 /• 

J.. 18 7 9 c 

CoUias. E., 3 fl 8 o 

T.. 29 tt 7 / 



Courtney. — . 24 /n 9 « 

Coweu, — . 3 //I 8 r— 14 m 10 6 

Cuwper, Eail. 24 / 7 «i 

Ciopp-'r. — . I9j 7 r 

(>o»s. Sir R.. 19 / 7 6 

{. ubitt, —,7 m 9 a 

Dalhousie. Earl of. 4 a 5 rf-27 i $ f 

Dalrymple, — . 8 « 7 a— 12 ; 6 e 

Davenport. — . 2d ; 7 6 

Dawnay. — , 2 «i 9 //— 6 m 7 <^— »4 m 10 /* 

D.' la Warr, Earl. 2 a 7 «— 28 ; 8 a 

De Itos. Lord. 24 / ti « 

De Worms. Baron H., 18 m 8 a- 18 / 7 « 

Dickson. T., 6 a 9 c 

Dilke, Sie C. 14 m l^f-^Tlj 8 6 

Dodds. — . 26a8e 

Dodson, — , 23 o 9 6 

Ecroyd. — , 29 a 7 « 

Eyerton, A.. IM ; 19 a 

Elliot, A., 12; 6 a 

Ellon, ~, 26/ 7 r 

Eiuly, Lord, 20 1 ♦> a 

Ewart, — . 6 a 9 </— 21 m 9 • 

Exeter. Bp. of. 2ri ; 8 r 

Fxrquharson. Dr.. I m 76 

FHWCtftt. — . 25 ./ k 

Fite. Earl of. 27 ih t 

Fiuch Uattoo. — , 2 «8a 

Fitzgerald, Lord. 20 ; 6 a 

Fiizmaurice, Lord E., 13 m 8 e 

Folkestone. Viscount, 8a76 — 13> 6/ 

Forster, — , I a 7 o— 14 m 9 «— 17 ; 8 e 

Forteseue, 1 arl »>f, 28 ; 8 c 

Fciwler, H. 4 a 8 1/— 7 m 10 « 

VV.. 7/8 6 

Irv. T.. '6tk7 t 

Gulloway. Earl of. 24 m 8 6 

Gin^ou. — , o a 10 a— 29 a 7 6—13 m b c— 

22 in G e 

71 



P.»r 



PALHBSfl mOBX TO '' TlfR -^'Mf^ KBWSl'Ai'RK. 



I^Apni 1 :• 



FarJainentaiy Speeches {ronUnutd), 

Ciiffani, Sir 11.. 14 m 9 / 

— — GUiUione — . 4** 7 A— 8o 6//-26/I 9'— ?t» 

a 6 «— 2 m 7 </— 3 w 8 rf~7 m 9 A— 13 w 7 m — 

l(;m 81 — 11 J 7 a— U > lU 1^-24; 7 U-26j 

Id 

Gordon. Sir A.. 12 ; 6 </ 

Goist — , 26 a 7/- 13 m 7 f 

Goichen, — . 8 a 7 d— U m I0 ti -1 j y^ d— 

13 I 7 •- 27; 7 / 
— — Gourley,' — . 9 m 7 /• 

Grfliitham, --. 8 t/ 6 </ 

Granville. Karl. 23 a ti 6—7 m 8 fr-9 m 8 i^ 

— 21 ; « a— 24 ; (j a 

— Gregory. — , 22 m ft <i 

Grey. A.. 2 a 9 r— 14 / 10 r 

Hamilton. I^rd ( .. 21 m 9 6 

Lord G.. 5a9'/-2w8 6-iriM 8 rt-2l 

»i9/— 14;10« 
. Harcourt. Sir W., 8 a 8 a -9 a (> «- 29 « 7 

u— I M 7r-19;7c 

. Harrington. — , 5 o 9 -I 

. Hflrtington, MHrquisof, 6fM 7tf— 14 w 9 r 

— < • Hastings, <, 18 / 9e 

Hay. Sir J.»9w 7r 

Healy, — . o« 10fe-17i»9r 

HeiieaRe, — , 23 <» 9 6— 7 m 9 d 

Herbert, S., 1 a 7 / 

. Hicki-BeMch. vSir M., 2 a 9 a > 13 /« r, r 

HiU,S.. 2lm9« 

Home. Col. M.. 7 w 9 # 

< llepe. Berenford, ji«c Bfr^s/oni-flnpe 

Houlds worth, — , 3 « 7 / 

Hubbard, . 25 a 7 e— 27 w 8 r— 17 ; 8 a 

— — Huntly, Marquis of '^7 ; ^ a 
. lUiiifrworth, - , 1 7 > 8 A 

. — Inclnquin. Lord 24 ^ 7 a 
^- — Inderwick, — . 13 / 7 e 

James. W., 17 j 8 a 

^— Kiniberley I'^r! of, 30 o ft r — 10 / «; e 
— - Kin»;-iiannan, Col., 18 ; 7 6 

Labouchere. — , 21 w 9/ 

— — Liiing, — , 13 ni 8 a 

— Lawrence, Aid., 8 a 8 6 
^— LawBon, Sir W.. 18 j 7 d 
^— Lea. — , 5 a 9 </ 

Lenmy. — , 28 ; 9 c 

— Leathum, E.. 13 1 6 <— 19 ; 7 a 

— Leighion. S., 2 m 10 a— 17 ; 7 /' 
Lennox, Lord H., 9 m 7 ^ 

— I^wis, — , 17 m 8 / 

— ^ Lewisham. Viscount, 28 ; 7 tf 

— — Lond Advocate, 22 a 6 e— 8 m 7 « 

— Chancellor, H w 6 6—24 > «y 

Mavor, 2 «/ 7 « 

Lowther, J.. 26 a 8 6 

^-. Lubbock, Sir J., 16 m 8 b 

— Lymington, Lord, » m 9 c— 24 w 9 <rf 

— — Lyons, Dr., 27 ; 8 a 

— — » Macartney, — , 2t m 9/ 

Macfailnne. — , 4 « 7 d— 1« m 7 6 

•«— . Macuintosh, — , 28 ; 9s 

— -» Magiiiac. --, 7 ; 8 // 

. Makiii* Col., 7 m Ji if 

-i— Manners. Lord J.. 4 « 7 e^ 24 «i 9 6— 13 > 6 rf 

, Marriott. — , 2 a 9 / 

MarUn. iCH., 7;8« 



' Farliamectary Speeehea (contmnetf). 

M Aith.ir — .27 ;6d 

M-Carihy. — . ft o 9 « 

M»r«ian. — . 5 <i 9 r 

M Kenna. Sir .1.. 21 « 9 / 

M'LNiran — . 8 w 7 A 

, Maclvi-r, — , l<5 « 7 rf— 20 m 8 & 

I Meldon, — . 23a9« 

' Milltown. Rsri of , 4 a 5 </ 

Minto, Earl of, 27 ; 5/ 

Molluy, — . 22 w 6 <• 

Mor>f»n. <)., 26 ; 7 r 

Morley, J.. 4 1 8 «— 14 m 10 r 

' Mount- Edgcumtw, Earl of, 18 j 8 ^ 

Mowbray. Sir J., 27 / 6 ^ 

Munde la. — , 2 « 10 6—22 « 8 /-a-) a • ' 

; — I7;7i/ 

New|)ort. Viscount. 8 « 7 ^ 

Ne«degate, — , 2 « 7 «— 18 / 6/ 

Nohn. CoL, 24 a 6a 

, Northhro(»k. Earl of, 10 ; € A 

• Northcote. Sir S., 4 a 7 «— 8 #1 8 .1— 2:'. a $ 

I |^_26 a 8 r— 7 w 9 c— 14 m 11 e— Mivi 8 *- 7 
^8/ 13;7' 27>7e 
— Norton. lAyrd. 2 « 7 ^- 28 / 8 A 

O'lirien W., fi o 9 6 

— (Vi'oimor, A., 18 f li. 6 

T.. 9 u 8 a— 22 m H r 

0*l)unoghue. The, 8 a 7 6 

()nfll(»w, -. 3 a 7 « 

Earl of. 21 iXr 

Oranmore ard Browne. Lord. 24 / *• / 

Orr Ewing, — , 8 mi 7 <^ 

' O'SuUivan. — , 16 « 7 « 

. Otwav. Sir A., 27 ; 6 c 

, Paget. R.. 22 m 6 6 

1 I'almer, C . 20 m 8 e 

: Hinde, 10 « 8 / 

Ha-ker. — , 8 m 7 e 

I — pHrmll, -,9a 7cf-17m9«/- 22 n.i: ^ 

Pease, Sir J.. 18 » 7 « 

i Peddle. Dick, l2fHk 

' Peel, Sir R.. I a 7 rf-2 mSc 

Pell, — , 28 a 7 / 

Percy, Earl, 8 a 8 <^ 

Lord A.. 8 a ? «— 17> 8 a 

Phipps, (J.. 8 a 7 « 

Play fair. Sir L., 2 a 10 a— 1 m 7 d 

Plunket. — . 4 « 8 6—17 m 9 « 

Power, O'C. 8 a 8 o— 14 «• 8 rf 

R., 2m 7 / 

Powerscourt. Viscount, 24 ; « e 

Powis. t^MPl of. 18 > 8 6 

Prii'o, Capt., 9 st 7 6 

Pule^ton, — , 14 J 1 1 a 

Ititikes. — , 29 a 6 </— 8 « 9 A 

HHthbo" e — . 28 IN 7 e 

Ke«d C. S., 28 a H 6 

K» a* . I^>rd. 27 ; 6 6 

Rediiion<i, J., 21 t9if 

VV., 4 a 7 / 

Reed, Sir E.. 9 m 7 6 

Keid. -. 3 m 9 *• 

Kice. t^npt., 20 a 9 rf 

Kiehard. — , 19 i 7 1/ 

Hojrers. — , 13 1 7 6 

UortiiK-ry, Earl of, 21 ; 8 a 



June 80, l8f<4.] 



PALUEK S INDKX To "THE TIMK5 XKWSrXPttR. 



Pol 



Pftrliamentary Spe^es (^ronftnved). 

KusmU, C. 1 a 8 a~5 a 9 6 

Kutton, — , 27 ;■ » tf 

Rutland, Duke of. 21 »i 8 ^ 

Ky lands, — . Itf « 7 « 

SHlixbury, Marquis of. 23 a 8 A— 6 m 6 ft— 7 

m 8 6—14 m 7 f^2ti m (J 6-21 ; 8 </— 24 j 6 t— 
28 I 8 <r 

Salt, — , 2 wi 7y-7 ? 8 r 

Sam nelson. — , 22 m 6 a 

ScUter-B<}Oth. - . 7 ; 8 « 

SeJlar, Cmig. la?/ 

8elwin-IbbetBon. Sir H., S o 8 a 

Sexton, — , 6 o 9 / 

Shaftesbury. Earl of. 6 m f? a 

Shaw ~, 2 m 8 o— 22 m 6/ 

Shaw-I^feTn». — , I o 8 e 

Simon, Serj.. 26 <» 9 « 

8l«W. —. 1 6 m 7 r 

Smith. Eustace, 20 w 8 « 

S.. 24 IN 9 « 

W. H.. 8 a • ft— 25 a 8 a-9 w 6 /" 

Solicitor-General for Ireland, 9 a 8 a— 17 w 

Spencer, — , 1 7 i 8 6 

Stanhope. — . 2U m 8 e 

Earl. 10 id a 

Stanlt-y, Col.. 6 wi 7 <rf 

L., I7t8d 

- Stansfeld, — , 2 o 9 «- \Bj 6 t 
SreTenaon, — , 3 o 7 c 

Storev. — , 23 w 7 e 

Stratheden and Campbell, Lord, 21 mSh 

Strut t. — , 4 « « a 

— — Stuart-Wnrtley, _, 8 a 6 « 

Stuart, Villiera, 22 nt ♦» e 

Sudetey. Lonl. 21 »m8<? — 18/86 

Sullivan, T.. 5 a 9 r 

Talbot, J. G., 2 a lo ft— 3 a 7 i/— 30 a 9/ 

Tomlinson. — , 24 ; 8 r 

^— Tottetiham. — . 21 m 9 </ 

Trevelyan, -, 6 « 9 e— 9 a 7e— 24o 6 6—22 

m6a— 2ri m 7(/-21 ;9 6 

Virian, A. 15 m ij 

Sir H., 16 m 7 c 

Walter.—. I7;8rt 

Warton, — , 1H> 9 / 

Waterford. Marquis of, 30 a 8 </— 17 i 6 rf— 

24 / « </ -^ 

Watkin. Sir E., 15 m 7 a 

Westminster, Duke of, 18; 8 c 

W hitley. — . 29 « 7 «/ 

Williamson, _, 8 a 7 6 

Wills, — . 2i5 a 7 < 

Wilmot. Mr J. E.. 14 ; 11 « 

Wolff. Mr H., l«m 7 6 

WuodiiU. — . 2 o 9 </— 11 ; 6 « 

Wyiidham, P., 15 w 7 </ 

York©, -,2»ii7/ 

Pamell (- ) on Irish Emigration, 26 m 8 6 
Letter to the President of the Irish National 

League of America. 28 i 12 « 
ri*-rnerships Dissolved, -eeeftf/y Wtilms>f"ys and 

cytturditjf' 9 f>uper 
Paienta ( oiiveniion, bjbc 

New Law, \2 m h n 

Patten-makers* Company, Dinner of, 10 ; 8 A 



Patriotic Fund. Meeting of the Commissioners, 

1 » m 1 2 '' 
pHtti r MadRme") Returns to England, b m 11 y 
Pauperism in Kent. 2/11/ 

Siiitisiicfi of. 27 / 4 r 

Pawtiey (U. 11.) on the Bengal Tenancy Bill, 17 

a 8 ft— 2". « G ft 

Coircction of. 10 a 4 c 

Pea- son (H. !>.> on Orer-Presfeure and Fixed 

SalKrie8, 2'6 ) i'' f 
Peel (All)ert) on the Cuunt-Ou. Last Night, 25 

) 10 / 

(Lawrence;* on Titles to Forged Instru- 
ments, •> I A ,1 

'Mr Uob.rt) at Bl.u'kburn. (» / 5 <• 

Keply to Sir F. Leijjhton's Letier. G mi 10 ft 

Sale of the K-tate-* of. 11 ; lo / — 12 ; 9 / 

- Kiver La-ul and Minend Company 28 • \b(l 
Peerajre. New ('.eationa — fcic-Jilieid. Karl of. to be 

Baron Strathspey 'A y 7^-4; U) I — 14 ; 12 6 
PiUy f Lewis) on ih»* (Jold ('u'ren»;y. ;'» m 5 / 
PiUall (Oiii ;jnd Iron I'oinpany. .iO //i lie -14 

Peiimsular and Oriental Meani Navigition Com- 
pany. 1 1 / U '/ 
PetMU ( \V II. y (Ml Lake X.vjts a. 3:) /« !0 / 
Pereivjil J, > >taie .\id to Wei h * ollekri-jt. 'J «/ ."> n 

on the Lxaniinjjihin of Women at Oxford, 

28 « 6 / 

PerperuHl Pe.isions Note al»out. 2S /« ) i /' 
Perrot! ( F. 1). • on .Sjinjfer's Kntry into West 

BromwiJi on (itiod Kriiiay. > a \ f 
Perry ^ Hev. T. W. on the Purelia.-e Judijment, 

21 a 7/ 
Peisian Meteorite 2^ ; fi / 
Peru and its Loans o »i 10 c 

MiBC*ellane«m!« Niws. 10 a C r 

Opening ot the New Co.«jfre>s. 14 « U /" 

Cien. lule-xias's (.government Keco^nized by 

England. &c., 3o u 7 « -2 m a 6 
Pesth. Kleciionfl. 14 ; U f/ 
Peterb«r<»u;ih Catheilral, Lonl ('arnrirvon L.iya 

Foundation Sto.ie 'An i i < -H ,,4 .0 f 
PheaBanis* Kggs Wanton De-t ruction of 1,40 

on Lord Trevui's Preserves. 28 /« 7 r 
Philanihropic Work Notes on, i\ a^ d-\b a b 

t — 6 in K a 
Phillipines. h'iotiuK in. 4 7 .'» c— 5 n r— 2! / 7 r 
Phi-ologic.il Dihcoveiy, New,— Uig Vtrda, die, 7 

;c« 

Photographs in i'ol)ur8. an Engnver at Ver- 

seilles l)i>eovers the Art of Takujg. 2 wo 6 
Phvficians, hoyal College of, New Preoident, 8 

a8/ 
Picton ( Jas A.) on the Gold Currency, 1 01 1(1 / 
Pigeon Shooting. New Bill about, 1 m U 6— 2,H 

m 10 (/ 
Piper (iCdward) on Soandinavian Politics, I m 

10 a 
Plague at Baudad. 18/76 
Plunket C — ; at CheMer. 81 m 12 r 
I Ivmonth Conservative As.xociation. Lord Salis-> 

hu» \ Ml. ♦ ' M »• 

rojaoning i>i .\lrs Morris, Alleged, by her Hus* 

band, at New Brighton. Cheshire. 18 y 5 s 
Polar Kxp«'«liiion. Proj)o«ed New, 12; Us 
Polvs. tlie t.inpiror \N illiam on the Poled, llyoc 



roi 



PAUMLIt e INUKX TO '^ TBI. TfMBS MB^flKAPKR. 



[April 1 f 



POLICE :- 

Ah^nill. Laurent, for A^^aiilt. 'i!» m i f 

- A'lUnl. Kilw',. for Knil>*'zzli;iuent. It m 3 f 
Aitchenaon, John for Steiliuif, 4 / :5 « 

Ait< hinson. .lames for Sie.ili j^, 'I ; 4 r 

Alford, .;Aiue*4. for Stabbing. 4 / 3 « 

Anciitt. Geo.. ft>r A*>8anlt. 2H n \i} d 

Amlrewp. John, for AoihuU 4 ) ii « 

. Jo.<4eph. for As<<aiilt. '^3 ; ^i n 

Apj.lebj', ^Mary, for Disorderly Conduct, 1 

<i46 

- Application about the Crowing of a Cock, 
1\n 12 r 

Apps, \Vm.. and others, for Rtibberv, ' 7 a 

ny 

Archfnoui. Wm,. for AsAnuIt. 12 ; 4 ^ 

Arrau, Klis., for Cutting and Wounding, 17 

m ^e 

Astley. — , for Not Sending his Child to 

School. 23 } B CI 

-. Atkins, Kate, for Abdur-tion, 12 m 5 / 

Attvrell, Sergt. O.. f<»r Assault, 2> ; 12 c 

. Avery. Kev. W. J., for Not baring his Child 

Vac(.'inatcd. 2 ; l:{ s 

Bailey. A. J., for Stealing. 24 / 4 </ 

E<iw., for Beguitig. 2 n 4 /--3 o 11/ 

Win., for Explosiives Act Offonce, 21 ; 

13 « 

Ball. .Tamos, for Fraud. 9 ; o /*— Ifi ; 6 c 

Barclay. James, for I-,unacy. h i« 4 « 

Barnard. John, for Stealing. 2/ 3 o 

* R. J., and another, for Krand. Ac. 17 « 3/ 

^ — Barnum. John, and others, for Assault, 10 

; 4r-2o ; 12 f 
— Barrett, Daniel and another, for Stealing 

and Keceiving Stolen Property. 14 f» 4 « 

. Bartholomew. Jabez. for Stealing, 23 a 6 A 

Barton, Morris, for Fraud. 3 «i 1 1 /' 

_ Thos.. for LilwL 24 / 4 d 

' Bauneford, John, for Misdemeanour, 3 m 

18 c 
-^ — Baynes, Daniel, and another, for Stealing, 

7 ; 6 / 

- Bammani. Died rich, and others, for Factory 
Act Offence. 80 m 4 k 

Heale, —. for Metroj/oMtan Building Act 

Off en re. :iO m 4 h 

^ Wm.. an<l another, for Stealing. 2 n A f 

' — BeechMtn. Henry, for Wilful Djinia.:e. 3/9/* 

- Ueiijamin, Michael, and others, for Aiisault, 
7 »t 3 </ 

Bennett, Wm., and others, for Uttering 

Counterfeit C«)in. H i 9 « 

Birmingham. Johi. for Steiling. 29 m 4 /* 

Blacklock, Herbeit. for Smuj^ulin'/. 5^6/ 

Blyth and Sons, for Factory Aci Offence, 16 

- — Bdckelroann. Jacob, for Smuguling 20m 4 A 

Bolion. John, for .Murder, lo m 9 «• 

Bone, W. T. and G. W„ for Illegal Distra nt, 

3o II / 

- B(K)lh W. B.. for Xot baring his Child 
Vacfii.ated, 12 7 7c 13/11/ 

Boulard. Emelie for Murd«r 21 .i 4 / 

- — Bourke und < unnni'js two Women, for 
Bunun^ a Cbdd b> ])lacing hiiu Naked on a Hot 
bbovel, Z6 w » 6 
74 



Police (ronttntt^d), 
tt'jurne G«'o . for Bigamy 7 i 6 / 

Louisa for UiiUwful 1*v)s^«*smo'i. 2.1 . . 

— Bow lei, Fretl.. fo*- A-J-^aull 2-i at 4 '» 

Bowen. Johi for Threats. • * ^i» > / — 1* « € 

— Bowman J<»sepb an 1 an'»ther for Cra-lrr 
to a Hor-e. i\ •> V t 

Bra«lley. .fohn for A's'inU "i"* » A e 

Brady. PatiicJc.for Asiiult. '4 • 4 • 

Brise Fred. t»ir Ass-iulr. -' 4 / 

Bro:id, J., for Dispu'i u? th.* vVater *t.«t<» I'tj 

m 5 / 

Tho<. for '\««auU ."» • 4 » 

Brognell Joli.i. and rh'r f i- V^^iiul- > 

u 66 

Bromley Geo., antl others, for Siealn j « • I 

Receiving *»tolen Property •< ► « o -?•«'»' 

Brookhou«e. vVm. for Assault I 7 .i 3 

Buchanan. J <mes, for Assault. 2 > 4 '/ -( 

; 6 a 

Budti Amy. for Attempted "^ui -ide 4 -i • 

Burke, Patrick, and another, for .Stabbir'^. 

10.; 4 c 

- Burns, John, for Stabbing. 29 a 3 « 

BurtoM. — , for Frau I IM n 3 / 

Butler. R. R. for SeLiOii Bad F««h. 21 » i:<« 

Thos., for Unl.iwrul Po<«-«e<<!*io i 17 ^ H « 

Cameron. Thos.. for ^mu.<:lrig l'» <i 3 « 

Tarn. James for Stealin»r. ^ Ad 

Casas. C. delis, and ano.her. for Furi./a-* 

Hiding. 19 a 5 ii 

of Distress II « 10^-19/ 4tf 

l<asey. Kdw.. for Steali i.r 21 i K f 

Ca^iles, Krnest, for SI tooting a P«»l epm-io, 

28 m 5 / 

(^atile, C. M.. for Cutting and Woun litv " 

ci4s 

t'hamhers. Geo .forMIsdemea -mr. '« lie 

Chancy. K. J. foi Fraud .:0 . 4 -i 

Chapman Alfred, for Vfii;i.«Uugh*er t i 

10 e 

Patrick. for(^>nipin if to *furdor. 3 « :> • 

Rai<<ebeck, for UiJawful Deteuiioa li 4 

c-IH » 5 r 

rh cheiler, W.. for Mi-^demeinour I '2 / 4 /" 

Clarke Harriet, for Stealing. 18 rt 4 ^ 

< layton. John, for .Mlowing a Ferocious 

Dog to be at Lnri;e, \ n A a 
( lifford, John, for Kran I. I « 4 r 

Clements, ilenry. for Not Ueportiog himself 

to the Police. I 7 « 3 / 

Ctihon. Jo->eph. for r4oitering lA a 12 r 

Coleman, Samuel, for Assault 26 a 6 i* -3 

m I \S « 

('ollin.«. Edw., for Wheeling .\ Truck up m 

the Pavement li« a 5 U 

^— John for linr^lary, 2.j «i 4 c 

— ^— for Stabbing. 14 /« (> 't 

Mary, for Assault. 17 a 3 / 

for Stabi>ing, I 7 / 4 « 

Combes. He.iry, for Assault, 16 m .ir— 2i 

m 10 « 

C'onev. T. U.. for Attempted \Iu-der,3^ 9« 

-lOf Ae 

Connor J<»hii. for R »bbery. 2fJ ;m ,"» f 

Tiniothv, and others, foi- Prize Fightia^, 

2.' a 4 ^ 



Jnn* 80, 1881.] talubr'* index to " tbb Tiun " MKWsrArcR. 



Pol 



Tolioe UontimtfS). 

i (Mik. iu»..rv. for Assault. 24 o 12 r 
.luhii. a nil another for Unlawful Po8i»e8- 

^i(>n 'i Ml 4 /' 

<'ooper. Gio.. for Tlircata. 28 «4 rf 

CopelHiid. Ju^eph, Hiid uthv-r$, for Burglarj, 

9 »f \'i tt — \^ a \^ f 
* "order. Emma, for Assault. 4 »' 3 « 

Costello. i 'ori'.elius. and another, for At- 
tempted Eelony. 2 m 4 It 

Cenrt. J. A., for Smugi^ling. 2 m i k 

(Teuions Sophia, for lii amjr. 14 « 4 « 

Arthur, for Embezzli'mt^nt. 16 ; f? r 

To} ne, Harold, for Non-payment of Wages, 

2i a 12 r 

Oackncll, Annie, for Deserting her Child, 

18 / 5 r 

( raigi'n. Je sie, for Delirenng a PubLc 

Atldr.hs on Primrose Hill. 3o i 4 ^ 

Craven Mrs. M. F. A., for Libel. 12 ; 10 d 

Crook, (jeo. for Manslaughter, 4 / 3 /? 

»♦ m., for Stealing, 14 »/i 6 a— 13 m 4/— 

22 m 8 / 

Currie. Wm.. for Smuggling. 17 « 4 a 

Daley John Concen ed in Dynamite 

Outrages. 14 a 7 /— 2 m 5 a 

for Unlawful i ossession, 14 a 7y— 21 a 

7/— 2««10d 
and others, for Treason Felony, 5 m 

9 a— 12 M 14 a 

Damm, Karl, and others, for Gambling, 3 

7 a/ 

Davenport, Wm.. for False Kepnsentation, 2 

TO 4 6~l«i«3f/— 19 w 6 • 

Davis. Wm.. for Cruelty to a Cat, 8 a 8 rf 

& To. for Factory Act Offence. 12 /4 / 

Dawson. Thos., for Adulteration Act Of- 
fence. H> a 4 f 
Denham, C. H.. for Fraud, 27 m 9^-28 m 

10 /-3Hwi 7 /— 31 m !3 e 

Dew hurst. F. J., for Stealing. 30 a 6 / 

Dic-knou. Matilda, for Begging. D /» 4 a 

Disputed Water Rates, Cabes of. 26 m6 /, 

tvco ni.tire» — \\ ; 7 a — 16 ; 6 r 

Dixon. Chas., for Drunkenness, 22 m 3/— 

23 m 10 # 

Doel Fred., for Stealing. 12 m 6 y 

Doidge, Chas., and another, for Receiving 

Stolen Properly, 8o i 4 b 

Donnelly. Wm., for Misdemeanour. 8 aS </ 

Donoghue. David, for Ansault, 4 ; 3 c 

Dougal Geo., for Drunkenness and Dis- 
orderly ronduct, 10 /» 6 / 

Dow, Wm.. for Misbehaviour. 26 o 6 I 

Duffy, Kev. P. F., for Fraud, 20 ; 4 a 

Duncan. Wm. for Burglary. 8 a 8 </ 

Dunnett. F. 11., for Fraud. I « 44 

Dupanloup. G>-o., and another, for Stealing 

and Receiving Stolen I'roperty, 31 m 14 a— 7 
;6 f 

Dutton. Joseph for Stabbing. 4 ; 11 / 

Wm., for a^tealing. 22 a 4 *' — 29 a 8 « 

DyoH. Kdw.. fur Steali* g. 17 m 6 « 

East London Waterworks Company, for 

Overcharge 5 « 6/— 23 (/ 6 /.— 26 a 6 o^Ti n 
3 f—'i w 13 « — 1*J m 6 «. two notiees—'2Q m 5 / 
— — Edwards, F. G.. for Stealing, 6 / 3 c 



Police • continve'I). 
- — Edwards, J. A., for Cruelty to a Horse, 3 

i 9 ./ 

Egan. J. F., for Conspiracy, 14 a 7 /— 21 a 

7 /' 2ii a 10 f> 

Fpgcrton. John, for Murder. 27 m 9/ 

Elton, (.aroline. for Adulteratiim. 17 « 3y* 

KnglnnJ. Joha for Bigamy. 2(» a (i r 

English, Miciiael, for I'uitlng and Wound- 
ing. 29 a 3 e 

Esccmi. Samson for Fraud. *di t i d 

Ethlenton. l\ G., for a Summons. 26 m 5 f 

EveleiRh. Wm.. for Murder. 4 « 3 /' 

Eydmann, Edwin, for Disputing a Water 

Rate. 1 6 ; 6 r 

Fagan, Cath.. for RegKing, 27 / 8 « 

Farley. Roht.. for A.ssauli. 13? 1 1 / 

Fellowes.T. H. B..for Adulteraiion 26flr 6 r 

Finke. Bernard, for Adulteration Act Of- 
fence. \7 a'6 f 

Fi»h Wm.. nnd another, for Attempted 

Felony. 3 y 9 e 

Fi^hei-, Cornelius, for Sanitary Act Offence, 

6/4/1 

Fitzgerald —. for Felony. 14 a 7 f—H m 10 / 

Flack and >ons, for Adulteration Act Of- 
fence, 14; 7 u 

Foster. W. G.. for Embezzlement. 17 w fie 

Foxall. Wm. for Cutting and Wounding. 

80«6 /-7m6rf 

Erancis. Arthur, for Burglary, 2-S m 4 a 

Frazer. Wm., for Asfiault. 19 w 6 c 

Freestone. Wm.. for Assault. 81 m 14 a 

Fn>sc, Wm., for Stabbing. 9 m 4 a 

Gale, R. G.. for Attempted Felony, 9 j 9 d 

Gam ill, (Caroline, for Wounding, 81 m 14 a 

Garland, Joseph, and others, for Attempted 

Munier, 4 n 12 h—2i a 9 e— 5 m9 d 
Garnell. August us. and another, for Conspir- 
ing to Defraud. 18 « 3 / 

Garnhau), Charlctte. and others, for Stealing, 

12 M 5 / — 16 w 6 c 

Gatz. Adolph. for Manslaughter. 16 n 6 « 

Gilder, E. F. J., and others, for Wilful 

Damage, 3 ; 8 </-IO ; 10 /— 26; 10 f 

Glae.ser, Kdw., for Fraud, 22 m 4 a 

Glasscock, James, for Selling Bad Meat, 21 

; 13tf 

Glen Alex., for Non-paym 'Ut of Rates, 9 

i C a 

Goldy, Major for Adulteration, 17i 4 « 

boliedge, liobu for Assault, 19 j 4 a— 21 

; 13 e 
Gooding, Edw., for Robbery, 24 a 12 « 

Gordon. Ann, and others, lor Stealing, 18 

/ 1 1 ./ 

Graham. John, for Attempted Murder, 4/8 

«-l9;4a 

Grand Junction Waterworks Company, for 

Water Kate Act Offence. 3 a 1 1 y 

- Green. Samnel. for Fraud. 2 «i 4 ./— 6 w 5 c 
Green woo*l. Th*)*., for Misdemeanour, 8 m 

18e 

llalsey, Cha»., for Attempted Murder and 

Stealing. 12 '^ 7 d 

Hannan Maurice, for Assault, 19 a 12 y 

HasinijK.it. Emily, for Stealing, 10 ; 4 ff 



Fol 



PALMKtt's IVUKJL TO ** TIIK Ti^ES " NEWSPAPEE. 



[April i ta 



Police {rtmtinued), 

Harding. John, and his Wife, for Burglarjr, 

808/ 

Harper, Edmund, fur Assault, 12/4 /^14 

97a 

T. H., for Steiiling. 17 / 4 d 

Harries. W. II., for Murder. S j \2 d 

-^ Harric, G. E.. and another, for Fraud. 9^ 5 
y-30 » 4 h 

'1 bus., and another, for ApshuU, 5 ; 4 a 

\> . H.. lor Murder. '^J m 10 J 

Wai.. for Munler, '/\ m 1*2 / 

- Hartinghani. John, for Assault, 4 / 8 e 
Harvey, John, and souther, Jor Fraud, 80 

m 4 o 

8. C. for Embezzlement, 18 a 3y— 28 a 6 

c-261/66 

Wni., for Burglary, 19« 6 d 



Haslip, T. B\. lor Burglary, 2^46 
fi)r 8t4Hliiig \6 tu '6 d 



Hassell and Howe, for Betting. 28 a 6 6 

U&8Bon, J uhii, for Cutting aud Wounding, 

20 m 4// 

Hatch W. A., for Fraud, 8 a !•» a 

. — liatcliaid. G. H., for Assault, 12 ; 4 /-19 

Hawkins, John, for Metropolitan Building 

Act Oflence, Ho tn 4 a 

Hawkshaw. Wu3..andanoThcr. for Attempt- 
ing to I'lek i'ockets. it > H e 

Hayes, James fur Attempting to Steal, 25 

4 r — '^ Ml 4 '• 

- Ha>man. John, for Wounding. 10 a Kj 
lli'ttin. John, for Scaling. 7 ti 4 e 

Heath, ^urah. for Ihreats, lu a 11 f 

Ihnty. Chus., for Stealing. 9 m 4 a 

- Higdon, C has.. ft»r ^te)lllng, 2.> 7 12 c 

Hill. C. H., for Drunkenness and Assault, 

80 u hj 

Jt'hn, for Attempted Murder, 28 m 4 o — 

2U w 4 / - 5 / 4 CI 

- Hi«kett, J. B.. for Not having a License, 10 
w. 6 / 

- Hiicliin. James, for Ad»jlteration. 2 1 ; 13 e 

lu'gg Mis., lor Fncio y Aet Offence. (5 ;8e 

- iiouj^h, John for Atlenipted Fiaud, 10 a 
4/ 

lli.niplirc^s, Jam- 6, for Drunkenness and 

Arf^iiidt, .9 u 5 c 

Huht C has., and another, for Cruelly to a 

1 ony. L'o a 4 » 

liuiilley. i hos.. for Assault. 4j 3 < 

- Hurst. M. \\„ lor Keeping Dogs without a 
License, lli «» 4 e 

. In'ai d. DruMlla, for Stealing. 16 m 3f 

lions, lienr}, tor A»sault 2rt «/ 4 « 

l>HtiCit. lieniy. and another, for Loitering, 

18 I. a / 

- Uherwood, Mar>, for Murder, w 8 r 

Jack>on James. I luelty to a IN.ny. 25 <i 4r 

Julif. I arl, ior ( ohfeipiritig to Delruud, 24 u 

li: f- b /« 4 « 
.iatiKHi, Kv»«n f4»r Adultcraiion. 2t» / 5 d 

- Jeliei.es Fdv.. for Meahn^, 11 a 10 a 

Jii.kiiis. J. H.. lor >tealiiig, 3 ;9 /— 11 ;4r 

Jenks, ^>. '1., for Km* ezzleuient, IS» //* ti e 

_ J <. In. nan, Mar, for Annoyance, 17 4 « 
7<i 



Police (ronftnitfi/). 

Johnson, Alfred, for Stabbing, 13 at 4 •-% 

;9 « 

Ellen, for Uttering Gonnterfeit Coin, 1 ■ 



4« 



Geo., for Felony. 27 ; 10 t 

as an Accomplice in the Explanon at 



Victoria Station. 24 ? \U /-25« 12 c-27j 10/ 

- Joliffe. Henry, for Soiujrgling. 21 a 4 / 
Jones, Alfred, and another for Obatructioa, 

5 ; 4 /I 

Oath., for Attempted Suicide, 6 / 3 s 

Edmund, and another, fur Asaaalt, 4 ; 8f 

Geo., for Assault. 2 a 4 /" 

James, and another, for Payment of Wages 

in Public-houses (l¥ohibition) Act Offence, 31 

Ml 14 a 

John, for Infanticide. IS m 10 c 

Wni., for Burglary. 24 7 4rf 

Joseph. Simon, for Asasult, 30 9 4 & 

Rauffus, Benj.. for Deserting his Family. 23 

Iff l(»c 

Keating. Klien. for Dninkenneaa, 23 « 4 ft 

Kelley,John. fo*> Assault. 2»a S c 

Kelly. James, for liobbery with Violence, 

16 u A t 
Kennedy, Joseph, for Burglary, 8/9 «— 10 

}^ f 

Kent. Chas., for Embezzlement, 8 m 4 a 

Chas.. for Enibc^zzlenient 28 ai 4 « 

Keys. Ann, fur Stealing, 30 o o /* 

KhiesuUer. M. C. for Forgery, 21 a 4y— 

26 ri i> /'— lu m <) ^—24 iH 6 d 

King. J. E . for stealing. 7 i 9 f 

Kirkhani, Fred.,' for Cruelty to a Hor«e. Id 

) 5 e 
Kitchener, Thos., for Drunkenneaa and Aa- 

sault " Ml 5 a 

Knap p. E. T. for Fraud, 19 m 6 a 

a Lady, for Advice. 18 7 5 r 

Lambourne, Geo., for Stealing, 20 at 4 6 — S€ 

m 5 / 
Lanke.<iter, John, for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market. K m 4 e 
Larkin. — , and another, for Crneltj* to a 

Hoi>e. 17 ft 4 a 
Lee, Geo., and another, for Burglary. 1ft 

»H / 
Leigh. Geo., for Burglary, 1 n 4 a 

Lenuard. W. J., for Non-payment of Wages 

19 fj 5 e 

Lew cock. Walter, and others, for Mis- 
demeanour. Sudd 

Lewis. Geo., for Stealing, 17 a 8/ 

Wm., for Adulteration, 26 « « c 

Lille, Isaac, and another, for Smug^iag, ft 

mi a 

Lindi^ay, J. H.. for Fraud, 22 at U ^ 

Link. H. C, for Fraud, Ha 11,/— 23 a 6* 

••Lung Firm'* Case, 7 » 6 / 

Lord. Win., fur Assault, 9 a 12 a 

Lome, Rich., for Conspiracy, 15 « 8 if 

- Lot t. Fred., and ui hers, for Aaaanlt, 26 ; t 

- l^)veday and Mack, fur Attempting (u P 
Pockets 6 f 3e-9/ 6/ 

-: — Lowry Connelly, and others, as Myrdsr 
Con 8[ it a tors. 13 /m l\ a^'Um 10«— 26 at HI— 

27 m 10 /—2a ai 5 e 



•<^ una do, 1884.] fALUEit's iiidex to " tiik tuiks" ncwspaper. 



Fol 



Police (continued). 

- LucM, Fred., for AsMult, 18 « 4 a 

Lyens, Ellen, for Assault, 17 a 8 / 

Mann, Cain, for Stealing. 8; 9 « 

Manning. J. Fm for Bigamy. 22 m 3/ 

Mamey Mary, for Assault, 9 ; 6 /* 

Marsh. J, C, for Fraud, 26 mbj 

Marshall, Wm., and others, for Assault, 27 

mZf 

Martin, John, for Unlawful Possession, 80 

mAm 

Mason. Henry, and others, for Stealing and 

ReceiTing Stolen Property, 27 mZf 

Massey. Thos., for Drankenness and As- 
sault. 18 4o 

Matheson, R. M. C, for Fraud, 19 m 6 s— 

26 IN 6/ 

Mat on, John, for Stealing, 4 ; 8 s_l i jie 

— Mathews, Sarah, for Murder. 8 a 10 ^ 
Maycock. John, and another, for Adultera- 
tion Act 0£fence, 7 m 6d 

M'Bride. Chas,, for Assault, 14 i 7 a 

M Donald, £mUy, for Wilful Damage, 15 a 

!• « 

McDonnell Wm., for Treason Felony, 2 m 

11/ 
M*Gillshnry, Ann, for Stealing, 1 1 a 10 a— 

]4« 4« 

M'Grath, Matthew, for Smuggling, \9 m 5 d 

M Kirdy. W. A., for Smuggling, 17 a 4 « 

Mellish. Henry, for Stealing. 2 m 4 6 

Men, for Begging. 3 ? 9 / 

— Mendoza, Alfred, for Fraud. 7 a i e 
Mercer, H. G.. for Fraud, 9 j 5 A 

Meriun, ('has., for Allowing a Ferocious 

l>Og to be at Large. 2o ; 1 2 r 

Michau, Leopold, for Manslaughter, 25 a 4 c 

^-Zm 18s 

Mich«lson, Edw., for FniU'l, 23 / 5 r 

Miilman, John, for Assault, 19 a 6 f/ 

Mills, Adelaide, for Stealing. 9 jhf 

Missing Personfi. 18 o3 /— 9 m 4 a 

- Molloy. Bryan Dt^ois, for Polygamy, 22 m 9 
y— 29i«6/ 

- Mooney, James, for Atiompte^l Murdor. 14 
a \2d 

Morgan, Jane, and others for Stealing. II 

Morris, T. E., for Murder. 19 ; fi a 

Moss. Geo., for Forift*ry. IS , .i r -20 / 4 a 

Mowatt, C. A., for Unlawful IModgiug, 1 m 

4 € 

Mulcock. Jan«, for Murder. 21 m S / 

Mullins. Louisa for Sie«Ung. 27i 8 « 

Mumford. Wm., for Forgery, 15 m 4 / 

Murphy. Stephen, and another, for Assault, 

23 ; 6 a 
Myers. Cabel. for Biting a Piece off of his 

Wife's Nose, 4<i8/ 
New Kiver Company, for Neglc'ct of ^upplv, 

2 a 4 / -8 aZd 
Newton, Wm.. for Assault, la m 4 «— 20 m 

4r 

- NichoUon, Jnmei, for Manslaughter, :n ;ii 
14 'I 

Norton, Wni., for Adulteration, b «» 10 u 

— — lor i'laui, -J a Go 



Police -: mntinvedX. 

Nori in, W. A., for Murder. 1 7 m 9 / 

O'Neil, Danivl, for Wilful DHin-ige. rt > 3 • 

0!«hora and ^hearman. McHsrs.. for Kai'ionoa 

Act Offi'nce, 14 a 4 « 

Henry, for Mnnslaughter. 17 »i 8 • 

O'Shea, J. J., and others, fur Steahng. 1 m 

4« 
— — Ottley, Geo., for Assault 17 « 4 a 
Owen, John, for UnUwiul Possession. 'A m 

18 s 
J. W., for Stealing, 20 / 4 a 

Wm„ and others, for Intimidation. 8 /w 4 ^ 

Paine, G. U., for Attempting to Pois»on, 9 i 

6 o— 2a 7 6a 

Painter, Wm.. for Stealmg. 15 a 10 o 

Parker. Eliz., for Drunkenness, 22 o 4 & 

Patrick and Hanlon. for Intimidation. 23 ; 

\2d 

Paul. Julius, for Unlawful Possession. 21 a 

4/ 

Pavne, John, for Uttering Counterfeit Coin, 

19 //I 6« 
Pearce, E. J. T., for Misdemeanour, 18^ 18 

4^— 18;4<^ 
Pearson. Wm., and others, for Attempting 

to Steal 80 m 4 a 
Peek, Chas., and others, for Obstruction. 16 

i8* 
^-^ Pennington, Rer., Wife of, for Advice, 28 « 
4<i 

Perkins, Eli*., for Stealing. 19 a 5 rf 

Perry. Caroline, for Murder, 21 ; 11 « 

Philip, T L., for Forgiry, 20 m 8 f 

- Phillips. John, for Kobhery, 16a8y— 24« 
12c-l iii4€ 

Joseph, and another, for Intimidation, 9 a 

5 «--14« 4 s 
M. E., for Drunkenness, 13 • 11/ 

Thos.. and others, for Assault. 8 ; 9 / 

Pickering, W. G.. for Assault. 14 m 6 a 

Price, Eriiest, and others, for Embezzlement, 

&c.. lt>;6c 

Rich., and another, for Loitering. 10 a 4 /* 

Wm.. for Misdemeanour. 11 a 10 a 

Rackham. Arthur for* Burglary, 4 ; 8 e 

Kamsden, Chaj«.. for Cruelty to a Horse, 2* > 

m\h 

Held, James, for Fraud, 18 a 4 a 

Kei*Te, Fred, for Refusing to Billot a Soldier, 

24 m « d 

R« tran. Patrick, for Assault. 10 m 8 /" 

Reid. Arthu r. and another, for for Stealmg, 

If a 4 —18 a 3 /- -wis 

I.Vl'on. S. B„ for Murder, 8 a 6 6 

Uiley. John for Begging, 10 m 6/ 

Rob n«on. Geo., and another, for Annoyance, 

9 n \ 1 a 

Rogers. Thos., and another, for Disturbance, 

28 iM 4 a 

Ross. Frank, for Assaulr, 12 n- 5 /* 

.fohn. for Arson. 2 a 4 r— 1 1 a l<> A 

R<»! lien berg, Joseph, for Fraud. 2'6 m 10 « — 

80 tt \ u 

Rt)ilion. JniK. ft>r Wichholding Society 

Mone\ . 2\S nt 4 /' 

Runi-ienidii, jauics, for Libel, 29 m "» # 

L 1 7 



roi 



PALMEK 6 mOEX To " T:rK TiMKS 



NKWSPAPKft. 



[Apnl 1 U 



Po ice ( ronftnueti), 

- Rust, Wm., and others, for Conspirairj. 2€ a 
6 — 6 w 5 r 

Rydon. G. R.. for Prize Fightinjf, 24 / 4 «y 

■ S«rl, H. A., for fiuibezzlement, 22 » 4 6 -29 

a 3 « 

- Saunders. Edw., for Stealirir. 21 ; 1.^ ^ 
St. Leonards, Lord, for Indec-ent Assnult 9 

Scales. Joseph, for Enibezz'ement. S tn 4 e 

— low 4/— 17 ;4</— !9;3 / 

Schofield. Fred., and another, for Burglary, 

School Board Summonses. 2 ; 6 i/— 23 ; 6 / 

Seegers, Geo., for Krsud. 14 a 4 « 

Sellers. Hoht., for Fraud. 8 n 3 r/ 

• — SeTcreyus. Louis, and another, for Unlawful 
INissepsion, 7 a 4 e 

Sheath, Augustus, for Fraud, fi a 6 /" 

Sheen, John, for Uttering Counterfeit Coin, 

J7a 8/ 

ShortUnd. Hu/zh. for Murder, 8 w 6 <^— 16 

m loe— 24 m 12 ir 

Simmons, Joseph, for Perjury 27 m 3 / 

Wm.. snd another, for Mealing, 7 ; 6/ 

Slater, P. J., for Drunkenness 17 « 4 r»' 

Smith, — , and snot her, for Misdemeai our. 

6 J 3 s 

■ Geo., and another, for Inceadiarisui. 27 



Henry, for Deflorrion, 13 m 4 f 

for Metropolitan Board of Works Of- 

teiioe. 27 m 3 / 
■ John, for Attempting to Steal. Side 

' Margaret, for Attempted Felony. 16 « 3/ 

* Samuel and others, for Unlawful Poases- 

sion, II a 7 /' 
- — - Wm.. and another, for Burglary, 26 ; 10 « 

— Smyth, Doveton, for a Protection Order. 23 

;*/ 

Suuthwark and Vauxhall Water Company, 

for Neglect in Supplying Water, 18 iv 4 a 
— — Sparksman, Eli. fur Threais, 4 ; 3 c 
Spicer, H. E., for Stealing, 'M) m A h 

ftipringett, H. S., for Enibeazleinent, 21 m 6 

a— 5 ; 4 a 

Springhall, Wm., for Attempted Suicide, 18 

a^ r 

Squires, W. J., for Cock Cnwing Nuisance, 

-^- Squirrell, C. T.. for SteHli:.g. 10 ; 4 c 
Stecchi, John, for Stealing. 2rt a 6 k 

— Steed, James, for Fraud. 3 a 1 1 /" 

Steel, Ada, for Attempting to Poison, 1 1 ;' 

4 c— 18; 6 o 

Stone, Arthur, an Affiliation Case. 21 « 4./ 

Strevenfl, Algernon, for Il4jl)bery, 7 w 5 rf 

SuetC, Henry, fer Cruelty to a I'tmy. 1 1 ; 4 f 

. Sullivan, John, for Assault. 1 2 m '» / 

Synons, Reginald, for Stealing, 14 a 4 e— 7 

jQf-W jAc 

— TaitHon, Henry, fur Conspiring to Defraud, 

m. — Til n tier, Ambrose, for Sup -Iviiig Beer to a 
Foliceniaii while ou Dutv > <( 4 « 

^ — Ta^te shall, E. G., for Fraud, U« 10<f— IS 
a 3/ 
78 



Police rontfnued). 

Tavlor, Uaac, for Unlawful Poeseaskm, 2 

— • James, for Assault. 13 m 4 a 

Th(>ma8, Geo., for Cutting and Wcmadin*. 

5 fw 5 c 

John, and another, for Stealing, 7 a 4 • 

Wm.. for Murder, 2 m 10 « 

Thompson, John, lor Subbing. 24 w « rf - 

31 iM 14 n 

Thorley and Lndworth Collieries, for So»- 

payment of WaffOii. 19 « 12 / 

'ToRilinson. Henry, for Embei^ement, J I ; 

13«-28; 5d 

Tooney. Patrick, for Assault. 26 j 10 /" 

Torre, Countess de la, for Ailowiog a 

Fentcious Dog to bo at large. U) n 4 / — 4 ; i / 

Tramway Conductors, for Misdemeanour. 

2« / h d 

Trevelyan. H. A., for Not Supporting his 

Wife. 21 «4 / 

Louisa. fi>r Disturbance. 29 « 4 y— 30 • 

4« 

Turner. Jamefl. for Burglary. 2 ; 4 // 

Tuniin. Eugene, andano lier. for Expluaires 

Act Offence 27 »« 8 e - 31 m 9 / 

Tvson. Hol»t.. for Wilful Damage. 24 at 6 rf 

Upton. James, and others, for Failing ti> 

make themseWes efficient in their Volunteer 
Drills, 27 i 3 a 

Urquhart, J. M., for Stealing. »» M « 

Varley. A. C, for Not haTiughia Child Vac- 
cinated. :m> m 4 a 

Vaughan, Alfred, fur Staling, 19 a 6 rf 

Vernon, Geo., for Stealing, 19 ; 3 ^—26 1 10 « 

Victoria Gold Compaay, for Companiics* 

ActOfPenoe, 17 ; 4 4 

Villeirs, Chss.. for Embeiriement, 2? a 4 6 

Voght, Wilhelmina, for Sellmg Diseased 

Meat. 26m An 

Voss. George, for ConUgious Diaeases 

(Animals) Act Offence. 6 m 5 *< 

Walker, Enoch, for Companies Act Offence. 

97 at 3 /• 

Fred., and another, for Stealing. 1 a 4 a 

Joseph, for Manslaughter. 31 w 9 « 

Wallaoe. John, for Erabeiilement, 23 m 10# 

Waller. K.. for Cruelty to a Donkey. 24 h 

Vic 

Ward, James, for Betting Act Offence, 25 

a At 

John, and ano'her, for Adulteration Act 

Uffeniw, 1 m h d 

Ware. John, for Stealing. 24 ; 4 </ 

Wa'ers, Hugh, for Aasault. Ifi m 3 ^ 

W Jitney, .Messrs.. for Thames Prer^ntioa 

of Kloods Act Offence, 8 w 4 e 

Watson. John, for Loitering, 23 « 6 4 

Wehh. ('has., for Indecent Assault, 2 » 12 n 

Wbber, I 'ban., for Non-payment of Wsgef. 

29 a 3 « 

Wexton. Geo., for Fraud, 4 a 8 /— 18 n 3 / 

—25 n Ar 
— .— AN hit* Walter, for Drunkenness. 2 « 5 u 

Whitefoi)rd, C. C. for Obstruct u»n. \ m K r 

— Whitehv'Jid, John, for Stealing. \l\ w i / — 
21 mhj 



J4ine 30, 1^84] palmbu's ini>kx to ^' ths timbs" nbwspapbr. 



Pub 



Police (coniimt/ei), 
Wbitely, bathrolomew, for Cutting and 

Wounding. 21 m 6 /* 
Willie, P., for DispttUng th« Water Kate, 

24> /// 5 / 

Wickham, C. T., for Diatrlbuting Pamphlets, 

3i» j A b 

Wilkinson. J. C. for EnibezzlemeDt, 29 a 3 

./"—«... 13 « 

- — 7 — Williams. Eli*., for Misdemeanour, 18 / 1 1 J 
F. W.. for EmbezzleDifnt, 11 a 10 a 

- Wm., and others, for Disorderly Conduct, 
1 7 ; 4 

^ Willis, Thos., for Unlawful Detention, 22 m 

4 u 

Willmore, Thos., for Injury, U m 6 a— 6 j 4 

<A— 12f4/ 

Wilson, Ellen, for Assault, 2 ; 4 rf— 20y 4 m 

Ephraim, for Misdemeanour. 19 ; 4 « 

'i hus., for Cutting and Wounding, 17 a 

3/ 
WoUaton. Thos.. for Lunacy, 7 /6 / 

Wcod. Alfred, and another, for Fraud, 23 

« 6 c 

Henry, for Uttering Counterfeit Coin. 3 



y9t 



Woodhatt, Alfred, for Manslaughter, 17 m 
Ce 

Woods. Wm., for Stealing. 16 m 3 c 

Yarrow, Ellen, and another, for Stealing and 

Receiving Stolen Property, 25 a 4 d 

Yorke, Geo., for Assault, 5 / 4 a— 12 ; 4/— 

19 ;3/ 

Yonng. John, for Assault, 7fl4«— ISaSd 

i'olice Force of London, Co^t of, 12 a 7 it 

JNew Bill. 3 M 6 / 

Inspector for Scotland. 21 ml f 

Training to the Use of the Revolver, 21 m 

12 d 

I'oliceiiian Shot at Islington. 26 j 6 

at Oliiham. 23 m »"../ 

J'olitical Ofb anizatiun. Note on, 19 a 9 a 
}'ulygani>, Keraarkable Case of 22 nr 9 ./ 
j'ooie^li. V.)on the Fumral Service in West- 
minster Abbey, 4 o 10 4 
I'uplar Hospital for Aecitlenrs, 147 9 e 
I'ort Briton Cai$e, Sentence on the Prisoners, 15 
»i 5 e 

of Trieste, 18 a 6 <» 

Sorter (John H.) on Sugar Beet Cultivation in 

England, 4 ; 10 e/ 
Portsmouth. Luncheon to Prince Edward of 

Saxe Weimer at, 3 m 10 a 
POKTUOAL: — 

EleclluiiS. 30 ; 5/ 

French Squadron at Liiiibon, 17 j 6 c 

Loan, 3U7 6 / 

Miscellaneous News, 13 w 5 6—9; 7 d 

Note on their Presence in Africa, 2 ; 12 * 

Reform of the Constitution, 23 a 7 <? 

Situation of, in Guinea, 21> 7 c 

and the Transvaal, 5 m 8 a 

and Western Africa, 23 a 7 c 

Poet Ofllce Annuity Scheme, 38 m 11 a 
Annuities and Insurance. 29 m S a 

Half -penny Stsjupa and Post Cards, 16^6 

«-23y 6y— 27/4C 



Post Office Money Orders for China, 7 m 13 4 

for Iretland. 3 a 10 </ 

Incorrect Scales Used by the Branches, 5 

ui 3 (t 
N w Money Orders, Rate of Charge, 28 m 

11 S-30III 2./ 
i'arcel Post, Need to Observe the Regula- 

tioiis. 3«) m 4 / 

New Regulation I>«8ued. 26 m 6 <f 

Postal Orders Payable at Constantinople, 4 

;4c 

Reply Post Cards to Japan, 11 / 11 a 

to Peru, 1(» fl 4 « 

and the Telephone Companies, 24 ; 4 1^ 

Poaen, Ue«ignation of the Archbishop of, 16 at </ 
Positive Government Security Life Assurance 

Company, 9; 13 6-10; 11 c 
Potter (^Geo.) on the Sugar Bounties, 18 ; 4 a- 

80/H)./ 
Power (O'Connor) at Mayo, 2 ; 6 a 
PrMctical Engiuevring at the Crystal Palace, 25 

;4/ 
Prayer Book Revisien Society, 13 i 9 « 
Preachers for Ascension Day, 21 n« 12 a 

for June, 2 ; 12 4 

< for To-morrow, 5 a 12 e— 10 a 8 6— <12 a 10 

/— 19 a 12 /-26 a 12 6—3 m 7 /—lO m 9/— 
17 m 12 /— 24 m 7 f—Sl m 13y— 7 ) 11 y— 14 
; 11/— 21 ; 7/-28; 10 a 

Press Prosecutions— CAvrr^ Bells, for Piracy, 8 
IM 4 s 

the World, for Libel. 3 o 3 <» 

PreKtbury Ritualistic Case, 15 a 5 e— 16 a 9 J-^ 

Pre«toii Bank Frauds, 17; 10 e^23 ; 8 e 

- Gaol. New Governor, 16 m 4 a 

Preston (Edw.) Intestates Estate Kill. 22 a \0 f 
on Undistributed Assets in Bankruptcy, 26 

w 13 6 
Price CJ. E.) on the Drapers' Hall Exhibition, 

26 a 10 r 
Priestley (^H.) on the Criminnl Law Amendment 

Bill 17 a 6c 
Primrose Day in London and the Provinces, 21 

aid 

League. Meeting at Briiifliton 4 / 6 « 

First Annual Banquet at Frcemasona* 

'lavern. 2\ u 7 c 

Prince of Wales' ^late Company, 27 i W c 
Priiigle ^Dr. R.) on Small Pox in India. 12 a 5 1/ 
Printers' Pension Corporation, o7th Anniversary, 

12/7* 
Privy Council Tases, see Citil Actioni 

Meeting of. 20 w 10 a 

New Members. 23 »a 5 e 

Prize Records of Family Faculties, 19 m 9 e— 27 

; 12 a 
Profit Sharing, Notes on, 6 ; 4 s— 18 ; 6 e 
Propaganda Fide, Notice about, o m 8 a 
Proportional Representation. 4 ; 10 /* 
Protection of Women and Children, Annual 

Meeti.*g of the Society, 15 u 9 « 
Prote^iart Dissenters. Meeting of the Three De- 

noini.iHtions at the Memorial riall, 3 a 6 « 
Provincial Stock Exchanges, tee each datf*t paper 
Public Debt, Interest on, Note on, 30 m $/ 

Libraries, New Bill about, 16 « 9/ 

79 



fnb 



FAI.MCK's IlfDVZ TO '* TH« TnfB8 " NlirfiFAPVB. 



[AprO 1 10 



)'iihllc Income and Expenditare. 19 « IS 5>-28 a 
la h—»o a \'6 e—l m Itf e— 14 m 6 <— 21 m 18 I 
r-2«iiin r— 4y4<r— lliUc— 18; 12 6-25 
1 lOr i 

Playgron:>di, Mn. Gladstone Opens the 

Playground <»n the Site of the Old Horsemon- 
^t-rLane Gaol, 3 m 10 # 

- - Prosecutor, Report to Inquire into the Office 
of. 7> l4o 

Works Company of Egypt, 14 m 13 c 

i'linjih Rest House, Woking. 8 a 8 e 

Vtiichas Judgment, 17 a 12 *~19 a 12 s— 21 a 

7/ 
l*vrenees, Proposed Tunnel through, 9 m 5 <^--4 

Q. 

(^iiMrantine Notices, 10 a 10 /*— 22 a 10/— 5 a 1 1 

t^-8 m 10 o- 12 m IB ♦—21; 12/— 26 /6c 
Qitetfii Anne's Bounty, Annual Report, 20> 11 </ 
statue in bt. Paul's Churchyard, Design 

f.TM New. 18; 5./ 
Quet n*H Hotel. Birmingham. Meeting of the Tin 

Plnre iVttde at, 12 a I i a 
Cl.it^ii Insurance Company, 26tb Annual Report, 

.' I >i> 1 3 II 
gutH^n»'iand, Appointments, 19 a 7 i^ 

- < hantres in, 19 m 8 6 

Investment and Land Mortgage Company, 

-1 ; M r 

Labour Traffic. 25 a 5 d^80 mid 

R. 

R:)ikes (n.C.)on the National Union of Con- 

M^rvMtive Asfioctations, 6 ; 7 ^ 
RHKged Schools, iMeeting at the Mansion House 

10 Kxtend. 1» / 6a 

- •• ^>chool Union, 40th Annual Meeting, 14 m 
« f 

Kiiilway Accidents, see Accidents— Railwat 

AHe^ed Dmcharge of Servants. \*J w 9 f' 

Attempt to Upset Trains, 14 « 7 «— 26 a 

1 1 e-20 ; 5 «/— 24 m lU u— 9 j 9 r— 12 / lOy 
— 14 / I4s 

hlue Books containing a Summary. 16 « 5 e 

Bridge over Queen Victoria Street, Coiu- 

plainis MKiiinst, IH a 18 r/ 

- (.'onimissiun Bill, lo a 7 a— 81 m I3« 

(ummunicatioD with the Guard in Railway 

Travelling. 21 m 6 / 

Note on, 31 w 12rf 

. - Hnd Eleciric Appliances Company, 19 a 13 

r— 24« 11 d 

Enterprise in Asia Minor, 19 st 6 r/ 

Extraordinary Leap from a Train in 

Tipperiry, 31 m 1 2 « 

Fighting in the Train from Liverpool to 

York, 17 »n 7flf 

Hours of the Serrants, 14 a 10 / 

Investments in Branl. 19 a J^ s 

Lost Luggage on the Continent, 21 m 4 <i 

-— Mystery —a Boy Igniting a Van in a Tram, 

W a A d 
Parks Railway Bill, 25 a 10 »-6 m U /— 7 

m lO/i-8 w6*— 9fn9*— low*/— 18 m 11 / 

—14m 11 W— 17mliy-19 m9/— 21 m 12 d 

— L'7 m 10 /— 28 m 8 •— 8 t 9 e 

- Projected Legislation for, 16 m 9 • 

Mi 



Railway New Bill, Notes on, 29 ai 10 /'— 31 

m 18«-4;12a— 13;9/^16y9/— 19/6 e— 

21^ 12e 
and Canal Traders Astociaiioii, MeetLo^ 

on the New Bill. 27 m 5 d 

Rates and Taxes at Clapham, 14 a \2 d 

~ — Regislation Acts Amendment Bill, Text €i, 

27m 4 A 

Report of the Commission on, 26 oi 6 a 

-m — Shareholders Association, Meeting, 2 ;1I « 

— 3;9# 

Stockton Carrs Bill, DivisioB List, 26e lOr 

Third Class Season Tickets. S m \2 b 

- Whitsuntide Holiday Arrangements, 26 m 
g r— 29 m 9 / 

KAILWAYS :— 

AUbama Great Southern. 287 18 e 

A«sam and Trading Company, 7 m 13 ^ 

Bahia and San Francisco. 7 a 7 m 

Hengsl and North Wastem. 28 m lie 

Btimbiiy, Baroda and Central India, Idj II 

s-28 ; 1.1 fi 

BoMian. 3; 8 d 

- Hriilport. 3 a II r 

Bristol and North Somerset. 4 ; 1 1 e 

B'lfnos Ayre!« Great Southern, 5 a 13 c — 

21 a II k^'Hia 13 d 

and Rosario. 7 m 13 r/ 

Central Urugi^ay of Montevideo. 4 all d 

Canadian, 28 w 4 « 

Pacific, 5 rt 7 r— 9 a 6 e -19 a IS <f— 24« 

1 1 6—28 a l\ hit e 

Demerara. 19 a 13 r— 26 o 13 rf 

Devon and So nersot. 25 a \\ d 

Dun burg and W'itepsk. 17 m IS c 

East Argentine. '^4 u 11 a— 12 j 11 cf— 19 

ill d 
Indian, II / 10 li- 1 4 ; 10/— IS j 1 1 f - 



28;13' 

— Eastern, I m 5 
m5d 

BengHl, 30 o 13 d—H m 11 



&«-3m7 »-6 mfte-3 



*— 20 m 11 & 



— 26w 13 c— 29 w 11 
Elet'tric Mountain. 5 m H a 

Pn>iK)«.ed. 29 a 11 *— 3()a I2y— I m 11 f 

Klhani Valley, 16m 11 c 

Erie, 1 2 w 8 6 

Gernuin 8/9 6 

(iraitd Russian. 28 m 11 </ 

1 rank of Canada, 1 1 a 8 e— 18 a 5 (/— 23 

II 13 r 

Gre.it Indian Peninsula, 7> 13*— 14>l5r 

Wt'Stern. 13; II e 

Highland, 16a 11 e 

Hull and Barnsley. 2\ a U d 

Imperial Brazilian, Natal and Nora Craz, 

2Sa 13<?-24allc 

Indian. 24 o 9 /— 7 m 1 1 /— 10 m 10 a-lT 

m 12 ^'-21 m5d— 27m9/ 

Lake District. Bill Rejected, 17 m 6 6 

Latigue Balance of Africa, 4 7 8^ 

- Lcmberg-Czemoviiz, 22 m 5 s 

Lima. 12 / 1 1 <f— 24 ; 1 1 s 

London, Chatham and Dover, 9 a 11 • 

New SurioB^ 1 1 a 10 & 

- to Paris by Newllavoen and Dieppe, SO a 



10 a 



^une 30, IsN.] 



PALMBR's IMDXZ f ^'TME TIMES " MKWfFAPBR. 



Ber 



Xailwayi (continued). 

London and Greenwich, 25; II d 

and North Western. 22 a lie 

*-^ LouisTille and NaahTiUe, 20 m 7 c 

Lydd. 17/11 IS c 

Madras, 1 1 > 1 1 a— 19 ; 1 1 </ 

M«tropoiitan, 26 a 18 tf— 9 ; 5 </ 

at Berlin, 28 «5 a 

District, 18; II e 



Mexican, 19 m 18^—27 mile 

Midland 19u I8r 

New York Central and Hudson Rirer, 6 ; 

lie 

FennsjlTania and Ohio, 18 / 13 c 

Lake Erie and Western, 80 a 18 d^25j 

lid 
Ontario and Western, 26 a 13 a 

North Western of Uruguaj, 7j 18 c 

Northern of France, 22 a 5 a 

Pacific, 28 / 7 6 



OregoniHn, 13 / 9« 

Oude aud liohilkund, 11 ill rf— 19/11 d 

Panama. 2 / 12 c 

Parks. 80 a 12 /— I m 11 /— 8 m 10 6 

Philadelphia and Reading, 28 m 18 6—8 > 8 a 

-9' 7rf-4; 11 a 

Porto Alegre and New Hamburg ( Brazilian), 

19 n 130 

Quebec Central. 1 1 a 8 s 

Quetta, 17 tt 6 t?~21 ; 7 6 

Heading. 21 m 7 c 

. Keciie and ^an Francisco Peroambuco, 1 m 

II f — 9tf II <• 
San Pa ulto (Brazilian), 10 a 11 c 

St. Goih ird. 31 to 7 d 

St. John and Maine. 9 m 11 a— 15 mile 

Scmde, Punjab and Delhi, 16/18 *— 28i 

13c 

Smyrna and Cassaba, 10 a 1 1 e 

SolM'tiy Junction, 2 a 13/ 

South Eastern, 9 m 1 1 e 

Indian, 4; 11 e-l2j lid 

Mahratta. 17 m 18 

Southern MahratU. 19/11 d^2Sj 18 e 

Souihport and Cbesliire, Sale of 10,000 

Shares at Par, 3 m 18 6 

State of Shares in Companies, set every 

da^s paper 

Suakin-Berber, 18/4 d 

Toumay to Jurbise and Landen to Hasaelt, 

1 a 11 r 
^— Traffic Btturns, see every day*» paper 
Transvaal, 14 ; 9 </-2l y 1 1 / 

iurkish- Servian, 26 ; 6 <rf— 28 ; 7 d 

Union Pacific, end of the Strika, 6 m 8 a 

Varna, 22 a 1 i a & c— 28 m 5 e— 6 ; 6 •--6 

>ll r 

Wabash, 15 m 5 6-80 m 5 /* 

Waterford and Central Ireland, 21 m 186 

Wast Flanders. 26 a 13 d 

of India Portuguese Guaranteed, 16 / 18 

6—28 7 81 c 

Western of Sao Paulo (Brazilian). 26 a 18 <^ 

Winnipeg and Hudson Bay, 16 a 5 cf 

Witepsk. 24 a 1 1 e 

Kance (C. K. de) on the Earthquake in England, 

6 m 6 a 



Banken (W. Bayne) on Underground London, 

16 9 6/* 
Rassam (H.) on Egypt and the Soudan, 11 a 6 a 
Rat Catcher ot Hauielin, 600th Anniversary, 6 

/3e 
Read (C. S.) at Wymondham, 19 a 7 e 
Reade (Charles ) >)eriou8 Illness of. 5 a 1 1 f-^7 m 

10 a— 8 a 10 a-lo a 9 /—I I a 7 /-12 «r 10 a 
Reading Liberal Association and the Fraachiso 

BiU, 23 a 10 6 
Reed (Byron) on the National Union of Coa- 

servative Associations, 6 / 6 /' 

K« creation Ground for Lambeth, 18 m 9 a 

Red Sea, Natice about, 24 / 5 </ 

Redmond (— ) Address to his Constituents at 

New Ross. 28; 12 r 
Reed (E. J.) on the Forida Land and Mortgi^ge 

Company, 17 a 12 c 
Reform Club. Complimentary Dinner to Lord 

Hampden, 8 m U 6 

New Member, 8 m 12 6 

Reformatory and Refuge Union of Dublin, 19 

>6a 
Regent's Park Baptist Church.|ReT. David Dariea 

Succeeds Dr. Landels an Pastor. 28 m 4 a 
Registration of Parliamentary Voters, 27 m 9/ 

of 'iitles, 5 m 1 1 6 

Reinsch (Dr.) on the Parasites of Money, 15 a 5 </ 
Reliance Mutual Life Assurance Society, 80 a 12 e 
Religions Tests in Scotland, ISy 9 e 
Religious Tract Society, Annual Breakfast, 21 

m 10 6 
Rent, Abatement of. 2t) m 8 a— 1 9 H 1 /*— 287 12 • 

by the Duke of Manchester, 18 m 10 6 

Rentou (J. B.) on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 

28 a 1 1 6 
Representative Peers for Ireland, Lord Donc(gid*s 

Right to Vote Established, 5 a 10 </ 
Revenue Returns, 1 a 4/ 
SfiVIEWS :— 
Aide, Hamilton, Introduced to Society, 12 

a lOe 
— Alice, Grand Duchessof Hesse, Biographical 

Sketch and Letters, 10 m 10 a 

Annual Register for 1888. 26 m 11 / 

Anstey. F.. the Giants, Robe, 9 / 6 f 

Bain, Dr. Alex., Practical Essays, 5/ 8 e 

Bismarck after the War, 18 j 8 e 

Blaine, J as. C, Twenty Tears of Congrese, 

19 m 4 e 

Blatherwick, Chas., Personal Recollections 

of Peter Stonnor, 12 a 10 e 

Blue Book for 1884, 6 / 6 / 

Books for Reference, 12 m 6 • 

Bracken, Thos., Lays of the Land of tho 

Maori and Moa. 5 m 8 e 

- Bi addon, Miss, Phantom Fortune, 17 a 3 </ 
Bradshaw's Uailway Manual, 18 a 7 / 

Through Routes Guide to India, 22 a9 f 

- — Brown, Horatio F., Life on the Lagoons, 6 
/3./ 

Buchanan. Robt., the New Abelard, 11 a 5 e 

Charities Register, St7J 

( holniondely-Pennell, A., Pegasus Re- 
saddled, o m.Se 

Club Almanack. 14 m 4 e 

Cemmercml Publications, 23 m 11 6 

81 



SeT 



PALMER S IMDSX TO ^' THE TIVBS " NEWSPAPER. 



[April. I t« 



(^ontomporary Verse, 6 m 8 < 

County Familiet of the United Kingdom, 

29a4e 

Crai»ford, Marion, to Leeward, 12 a 10 « 

Robt., AcroM the Pampas and Andes, b 

Crockford's Herical Directory. 22 a 10 a 

Daryl, rhillippe, Public Life in England, 

67 8 6 

Eckstein. Ernst, Proseas, 12 a 10 s 

Encyclopsedia Brttannica VoL XVII., 1€ 

— Fitzgerald, Fanny, Kings and Queen's of an 
Hour, 16 a 8 6 

— — Fonseca, Dr. W. de, Reminiscenses of the 
Last Thirty Tears. 18 j 8 / 

— Forbes, Archibald, Chinese Gordon, 6 / 8 a 

— Forshall, F. H., Westminster School, Past 
and Present, bjXQd 

•^-^ Fortunes Made in Business, by Various 

Writers, IS a ^ d 
- — Eraser. Norman, Student Life at Edinburgh 

UniTcrsity, 678c 
<^^ Groethe Leben von Heinrich Duntier, 14 a 

2« 
Translated by T. W. Lyster, 14 a 2 s 

— Gordon, Reflections in Palestine, 28 a 4/ 

Grant, Sir Alex., Story of the Unirersity 

of Edinburgh, 2 a 6 ^ 

*— Graves, Algernon, Dictionary of Artists, 36 
m 6 e 

Grey, Henry, Classics for the Million. bjZe 

Guizut, M., Lettres de a sa Familleet a sas 

Amis, 9 ; 6 f/ 

Handbook of the Titled, Landed and OiBcial 

Classes, 28 a 4/ 

»— Heiss, A., Les Medailleurs de la Renaissance, 
lia8 6 

Index to The Time$ Newspaper, 7 a 10 a— 

7iii6«-80m 12 / 

Irving*8 Impressions of America, 81 m 9 a 

Jaunt in a Junk, b jS d 

Kelly's Post Office Directory of Monmouth- 
shire and South Wales, 22 m 5 s 

-^^ Kenyon, R. L., Gold Coins of England, 6 

j^e 

Knave of HearU. 12 a 10 s 

— Lay ton '8 Price Book, 16 a 4 <f 

L'Estrange, Capt. W. D., Under Fourteen 

Flags, 5 ; 8 e 

— Lonnsburg, T. R., James Fennimere Coeper, 
5 / '3 M 

McCarthy's Annual Statistician, 28 in 6 c 

— — MRurice, Fred. Denison, Life of, Edited by 
his Son, 12 a 4 a 

Medical Register for 1S84, 16 a 8 a 

Melena, Elpis, Garibaldi, 1898s 

Micklewics, Adam, Conrad Vallenrod. 6 m 

3/ 
Morley, John, English Men of Letters— 

Bacon, 21 m 4 s 
.^— Morris, Lewis. Songs Unsung, 9 ; 6 

Morton, Walter. Wreck Inquiries, 21 m 4 e 

•^— Nurdeiifelt Machine Guns, Ac.. 16 / 9 a 

Official Year Buok of the Church of England, 

26 m :i *: 



Beviewa {.continued), 

Osmond, G. W. T^ Lord (Ads 

Scotland. 16 a 8 ft 
Palmer, Samuel Index to ThB Tima^ Neva.* 

paper, 7 a 10 1 —7 « s— SO ai 12/ 
^— Payne, Jas., the Canon's Ward, 14 a S r 
Pierantoni-Mancini, Grmsiea, Sol TeTere,a 

jbd 

Recent Norela, 12 a 10 s— 5 1 10 h^7 i 12 a 

Report eu the Voyage of the QU/hiiyr, 26 

mbh 

Reynolds. Sir Joshua, Cataloga« Raisonas 

of the Engraved Works of, 18 ; 6 s 

Ross, Dr. J. W., Scottish Hiatory and 

Literature to the Period of the Refonnatioo. 

8 j 10 a 
-^ Roundell, Mrs. Ohas., Condray, Hialofy ol 

a Great English House, 10 « 7 a 

Saltoun, Lord, Scraps. 16 a 8 ft 

Schuyler, Dr. Eugene, Peter the Greet, 17 

a 12a 
Seeley, J. R., Expansion of England, 14 / 6c 

Sclden, Camilla. Derniers Jours de Henri 

Heine. 19 a 5m 

- Smith, John Chaloner, Britiah Mesaotinto 
Portraits, 5 ; If c 

StonhiU, W. J., A. B. C. Paper Mill Quide, 

12 a 10 ft 
Tennyson, Lord, the Cup and the Falcon, 

6m8# 

Tite's Modern Cambist. 19 1 II ft 

TruUope, Anthony, an Old Man'a LoTe^ 14 

a^ e 

Ward, Samuel, Lyrical Recreationa, 6 a 8 « 

Webb, W. T., Indian Lyrics. 5 m 8 a 

Whelpton, Edwin. Meadow Sweet. 2 a 3< 

Wilson's Mercantile Directory of Uie WorbL 

PartL, 18*6 6 
Triarte, Chas., La Vie d*nn PatrioiaD da 

Venice, 14a 8 ft 
Zell's Business Directoij of the Onitad 

States, 23 m 9 < 

tae oU* Books 

BeTiUe (Professor Albert) Origin and Growth 

of Religion, 80 a 6 a 
Rice- Jones (Rev. D.) on Underground Londoa. 

80 m 10 a 
Richardson (H. H.) on the Judge and Lsgm 

Business, 19; 4 a 
Rio Tioto Company, Notes on, 18 a 11 e— 38 m II 

c— 8111 liy— 19; 11 ft 
Ripon, New Bishop, 20 m 10 0—21 m 7 / 

Consecration of , 80 m 10 </ 

Rising Sun. Orders Conferred, 14 m 64—81 ile 
Risks of Life and Property at Sea, Note oa. t^ 

m 4 o->6 7 4a 
Ritchie (Chas. T.) on the Sugar Bounties, 84" 

I 10/ 
Rirer Plate, Communication with, 9 at 9/ 
Telephone and Electric Light Oompany, r 

ml8/ 
— Trust, Loan and Agency Company, 90> 1 1 d 
Robbery by a Tomtit, 5 m 6 e 
at Windsor Caatle, Police Notice aboal, 4c 

m 10 6 

- Daring, at the Swiss Mill natr TopUtx, 11 
a 8// 

of Jewels, from Lard Chas. Bruce^SI a 6 



^f%ii« 80, 18S4.] palmbr's ikdkx to ^* thb timu " nbwsfapxr. 



Boy 



KobiDflon (J. 0.)on the FounUine Collection and 
Cermmic Act. 18^4 6—19 m 5 6-.2> 8/ 

on South Kensington Museum. 22 a 12 a 

(Miss) Proposed Institute for Sailors and 



Soldiers at Alexandria, Appeal for Funds, ft 
y9/-23j liy 
l<ock Life Assurance Company, Annual Court, 

30 m 11 h 
Kodrifpies (J. C.) Building up New York, it \0 f 
Itoe (Henry) New Code and iu PecuniHry 

Kesulto, Hoi d 
1 Roebuck (Rt. Hon. J. A.) the Inner Temple 
Donation to the Fund for the Widow and 
Daughter of. 17 a 7 i/ 
Kogers (,H. Wade) on the Harbouriug Conspiracy, 
27 m if 

( Jas. R. Thorold) on the Examination of 

Women at Oxford, 29 « 3 /* 

Bey, the Great Egyptalogist, Leaves a 

Wonderful Collection of Arah Coins, 12 ; 5 a 
Homan Burial Place at Vienna. 24 a 9/ 

Catholicism in Scotland, 7 m 11/ 

Church and Domestic Training of Girln, 16 

fid 
Relics at Genera, 28 « 9 s 

— Remains at Lincoln. 20 j ie 
in the Tyrol. 6 / 3 /• 

- DiscoTery of. at Walbrook, 12 a 7 ♦ 
Skeleton and Grave Discovered at Vienna, 

Bm7 d 
llosebery (Lord) at Hanley, 12 m 12 s 

on London Cabs, 2.S ; 6 6 

Rifceives the Freedom of the City of Dundee, 

16 a 10 a 
Roes (Alex. H.) on the Middlesex Hospital, 16 

aSd 

— (Edw.) on the Service Rifle, liaia 
BOUMAKIA:-- 

and Bulgaria, 19 ; i e 

Demonstration to Obtain the Dismissal of 

the Ministry. 13 m 5 c 
Legislative Proceedings, 16 6 6—9 m 5 c 

—20 1 7 d 

Ministerial Crisis, 10 « 6 o 

MiscelUneous News, 30 « 7 e—S m $ *--16 

m 5 e 
New Regulations on the Sale of Goods, 10 

a 54 

Revision of the Constitution, 2a7 d 

Boomelia-Ba stem ~ Agitation against the New 

Governor, 21 m 7 d 

Agitation to Unite. 17 a 6 « 

and Bulgaria. \€ a 5 h 

Election of Governor-GenerHl, 8 a 6 c— 12 

a 5 c—lM a 5r-2\ a 5 «— 29 a5 b 

Candidate Proposed, I m 6 e 

— Legi^lAtive Proceedings. 9 a 5 rf 

Ministers Resign, 9 • 5 «/ 

Miscellaneoui News, 7 « 6 d—B a 5 rf— 10 a 

Bd-^lia&e^ /— 21 a 6 a^22 a 5 c~26 a 7 
r & tf— 28 a « s~8 m 5 *> 9 m 6 tf^I2 m 7 /*— 
)6 1116c— 17 m 7r— 2 j 6 / 

Permanent Committees and the Czar. 21 « 

6e 

R(»wland ,H. W.) South Kensington Terror, 23 

Royal Avademy, Anniversary Banquet, 5 m 12 a 



Roy:il Academy, Annual Conversazione, 26 / 6 fr 

■ jee^FiNi ABxa 
of Music, Competition for Priaes, 8 a 10 

b- 25n %d 
Agricultural College, Cirencester, 18 a 6 / 

-2 ; 6 / 

Show at Shrewsbury, 8 m 11/ 

Society of England, Field Experiments 

at Woburn. U ; 6 «— 23 / 4 h 

Meeting of the Council, 3 a 11 tf— 5 



J 10/ 

Albert Asvlum, Meetinar,-7 j \2/ 

Hall Choral Society, 8 a 6 / 



Alfred Aged Seamen*s Institution, Meeting 

to Aid. 10 a 6 / 

Annual Festival. 20 ; 9/ 

Archaeological Institute, Programme for 

this Tear's Meetings, 29 m 7 6 

Meeting, 6 M /* 

- Asylum of St. Anne's Society, Annual Dis- 
tribution of Prizes. 30 j 7 d 

Botanic Society, New Fellows, 26 m 4 6-* 

30.; 4 b 
Caledonian Asylum, Anniverssry Festival^ 

22 a 8 6—22 m 4 n 

Fancy Ball to Aid, 10 m 10 a— 4 ; 10 c-* 

19/4ff~24; 10 r 

Cambridge Asylum for Soldiers* Widows, 

Annual Court, 2(» m 8 € 
College of Music, First Annual General 

Meeting. 29 m 7 a 

Donations to Aid, 9 a 5 e 

Colonial Institute, Papers Read before, 5 

J 11 d—W ; 10 « 
Annual C^onrersazione. 19 ; 12 a 

- Coarts of Justice, Improvements in, 1 a 10 
e— 18 a 7 e 

Open to the Public, 11 a 3 /~16 a 8 s— 



17 a 8 6— 9? 8/* 
^— Dublin Society, Annual Spring Cattle Show 

at Balls Bridge. Itia 7e 
— <• Exchange Shippin ' Company. 1 a 11 e 
^— Free Hospital, 56th Anniversary Festival* 
24 a 10 c 

the Queen Presents her Book to. 30 7 6 rf 

General Theatrical Fund, 39th Public Din- 
ner, 30 m 9 / 

Ueogravhical Society, Anniversary Meeting, 

27 m 10 a 

Gift to the Aberdeen Infirmary of the Life 

of Princess Alice, 20 ; 10 s 

Gifts of H. Majesty's Book to Hospitals, 20 

j 10 f~2o f 9 /•— 27 7 8 e -28 / 12 a 

^— Horticulrural Society, Show of Spring 
Flowers, 10 a 11 / 

Household Appointments, 19 a 6 c— 17 m 6 

/»— 21 m 6 e—'Ji m b d—7 / 6 c 

-^~ Humane Society, Rewards for Gallantry, 29 
m 9 s— 23 ' 8 e 

Institute of Painters in Water Colours, tfse 

Five Akts 

New Members. 6 w 10 e 

In«iiniiK»n of Great Britain, Meeting, 6 si 

« f 

Lectures at, 12 m 11 / 

Literary Fund, Anniversary Meeting. 10 « 

7 ct— 2^ m 7 a 



Poy 



PALMBH'S IMUBX to ** THB TfMU " NBWaPAFBB. 



[Apfil i t) 



lio/al Mail Steam Packet Company, 24 a 11 a — 
\ lu We 

- Nfuso'iic Inntitulion for Bojs, Annual Fet- 
tiTiil at the Crystal Palace. ^lA m 16 1/— 80 ; 6 rf 

Military 'lournament at tha Agricultural 

Hall Mt MiLITAKT 

National Hospital for Coaauroption, Vent- 

nor. 22 m 4 a 

Life- Boat Institution. 7 « 10 < 

Rt-port of a Year's Work, 12 »i 9 /* 

— Normal I'oilej^e for the Blind, Norwoo-l, 

Visit of Dr. Caitpbell and his Pupils to Ger- 

Diaiiy. 1 <i 10 f 

- ObserFatory, Annual Visit of the Board to, 
9 J 5 e 

Red Cross, Orders Conferred. 28 m 4 d 

Sco'tish Acadi-my. 16; VI d 

Society. New Fellows. 2 »i 8 « 

Conrersanone, 8/nCd — 12;8/» 

of Musicians, Utith Anniversary FestiTal, 



2 n 10 e 

of Painters iu Water Colours, j 



FlKK 

Akts 

— Cnited Serrice Institutions, Lectures at, 
13»i4/'-19M5a 

Papers Read before, 6 « 1 1 /" 



Royle (Chas.) on Egyptian Justice. 29 m 10 9— 

20 / 4 s 

Roze-Mapleson (Marie) Note about. 25 / 10 / 
Rugby School, KltHitions. 7 ; 13 r— 16 > 13 // 

Annual Festival and Speech Day, 23 > 10 b 

Speech Day, 20 m Kt 

Ruiskin (Professor) and Birmingham Trippers, 

21 a 76 

Rusi^ell { W. H.) on Zebehr Pasha, 2 a 6 s 
BU8SIA:- 

Acquisition of Sarakhs. 6^mi6 — 10m76 

Action in Persia, 30 / 6 / 

— and Afghanistan. 10 } 6 s 

— ARrarinn Disturbances, 1 ah f 

^^- Annual Festival ot the Horse Guards, 7 a 

6 r 
Anti-Jewish Riots in. ?5 j 5 6-26 / 5 </ 

Appointments \^ ahd 

Approaches to India, 19 m 5 a— 26 m 10 a 

—29 m H 6— 30 m 4 6- 30 m 6 s-3i m 12 6^2 
j 8^—3/8/ 

Army .VJanoeuvres. 12 ; 5 s 

Arrest of Literary Persons in St. Peters- 
burg, lO a <; 

^^— Arrests. 22 d 6 e- 9 m 5 rf— 26 m 8 a— 2t m 

hh-hi 6«— 9 ; 7 ^—12; 6e 
Brigandage in the (^aucasus, 13^ 5 J 

Bulgaria, 26 <* 7 r--7 / 7 e 

('attle Pla$;ue in. 12 / » « 

in Central Asia. 3 a 5 rf— 1 1 a 3 </ - 15 <i 8 

if- 6 m 5 c— 12 m 8 a— 1.5 /« 6 « — I 7 « 7 6 A 1/ 
— 19 m 7 r— 19 m 8 a— 20 « 5 £^-21 m 7 d— 22 
ni 6 6-24 TO 7 6—26 wi 7 c -31 wi 7 a— 2 ; 6 a 
—4; 5ft— 6 j hc—h j 5 «-9 ; 7 6— 17/6 a — 
18 ; 7 6-21 3 7 6—23 ; 8 6—26 ; 5 rf-27 )bd 
—30 / 6 6 

and China. 8 m 5 </ 

Conspiracy to Murder Count Tolstoi, 19 a 

9c 

^— Court News, the Cznrewitch take* the Oath 
of Allegiance and Succession, 10 to 7 c 
ti4 



fronfiaue^O* 

(curt News, 21 a 6 a— 21 at T #^-22 mli 

23 m 7 </— 2 ; 6 /-9 i 7 /-IO7 S a— 14 / 9 c— 
21 ; 7 6-23;8rf-8r»;9a 

his 16th Birthday, 19 m 7 e— 30 mhe 

- Danish Newspaper Correspondeat Ordeied 
to v^uit St. Petersburg. 26 •< 7 s< 

Diplomatic New*. 1 1 a 3 of 

Distress in Siberia, I9 ? 6 if 

^— Earthquake in. 15 m 6 s 
and Rastero Siberia, 31 m 7 A 

and Rgypt. 21 ; 7 ir 

and England. 7 a 5 r 

Escape of Three Nihilist*. 1 a 5 // 

^— KTangelical Brotherhood Suppressed, 23 
;8a 

Failtt^ of the Crops in. \Ba o d 

Famitte in Kazan 4 <i 6 *> 

Pron tiers of Persia. 14 sv 7 

^— snd Germany, 17 w 7 rf— 24 m 7 e—Z ; S r 
— 4/ 5rf 

Imperial Wedding at St. Petersborg, 1 6 7 7 <* 

Jews in. 30 > 6 / 

Leare of Absence Granted to Gen. Tchner- 

naieff. 81/66 

in Merv. 9 a 5 c— I la B ^—13 ; 5 c— 14 j 9 

rf— 17;6r 
Miscellaneous News, 80 a 7 tf— 5 w 7 /— 12 

m H A-2H M 7 /-27 to 5 </-30 m 6 /— 2 1 5 e 
Mission ot Ci^l. Trench. 13 7 5 e 

Mortality in, 14 « 4 f 

Naval News 21 7 7 rf 

New Gold Loan. 6 w 7 / 

Loan, 14 a 6 / -16 a 6 6 & </— 17 « S r_ 

26 a 7d— .S«fl 7 r— I m or 

Svstem of Education in, 9jib 

Tnriff. 7 ; 7 « 

Nihilifit Arrests in. 6 m 6 r— 1 7 7 6 r 

Sulci' If of Two, while being Tried. 9 m 5 ^ 



- - the Nijni-Nargorod Riot, 26 7 6 d 
Outrages by Kxiles. 1 * » 9 */ 

PolitiCHl Kxiie Sh<iots himself, 19 m S a 

Press On^or^-hip in, 3 « 10 c 

Rnilways in. 13 m '> d 

Reception of Gen. Koniaroff in Merr, 3 o 6 4 

Religious Intolerance in. 3o / H f 

Re|H)rted Arre.-^t of the Murdervr of CoL 

Soudiikin, \9 a 7 d 

Revolutionary Pamphlets Reissued in, 4 a 

56 

—^ Robber Ban^ls i>^ Transc >uc%siav 19 ; S c/ 
— and the Saryk Turcomans, 14 ? H «/ 

Secret Revolutionary Pi in ling Kstablish- 

ment Di^icovered in Kieff I «( 5 

>ociMliRni in, 19 7 5 J 

Special ('omnii<^sion on Nihili.-iu. 28 w .1 6 

Student Life in the Univer>itiei of, 18 3 

rr — 26 III 5 a 

Tariff C^ommis^ion 22 m S d 

Trial of Anti-Jewish Rioters. 13 « ,^ if 

— — - of a Woman, named Kuljikh. for Driviog 

into Idiotcy a very rich OrphMn Girl. 13 ; 6 c 
and Turkey. 2 w 6 c— 3 3 c 

and the Vatican. \7 a ^ e 

White Russian Revolutionary Newspaper, 

Re-isAued in. 4 « 6 6 

Russian Budget 1884, 24 a lo 6 



J line so, 1884,] 



PALMICRS IMDEX TO ^' THK T1>IK: 



NKWM'APr.j, 



Scl 



Kti8sian Missions, 2\ a A e 

Embassy, 21 a 10 y— 28 a 9 /— 3 w 8 «— 20 

tM :o a— '25 / 10 6 

I'uland. 8; 3rf 

'lurkestan, 31 m 7 1-9 ; 7 / 

iCiinoo-AfghAB Frontbr, Proposed. Note on, 7 
' V u 

HarlMnd (Duke of) on the Wellington Statue, 10 
«- It/ 

8. 

Snbbatarianisno in Scotlanil. 24 9 10 e 

{^acrilet^e St. John's Church, Ilighburj Park, 
Kobbed. 22 oof 

Sa« Idlers' Company. Select Dinner Party. S m\\ f 

Sailors* and Soldiers* Institute, Alexandria, tee 
Hob I M SON 

Salisbury (Marquis of) at Devonport, B j H a 

and the Edinburgh Meeting on the Treat- 
ment of Gen. Gordon by the Gladstone Govern- 
ment, \7 m 7 d 

letter to the Council of the National Union, 

1 9 m » A 

to the Edinburgh Soulhern District Con- 
servative Association, 16 o 9 / 
at the Meeting of the National Society, 18 

Movements of, 19 a 7 «— 1 m 9 /— 29 m9j 

—2; 9/ 

at Plymouth Conservative Association, 4 

JSe 

at the Plymonth County Meeting. 6 j 12 a 

on the Policy of the Government, at the 

London and Westminster Working Men*s 
Constitutional Association's Dinner, 16 m 10 a 

Provincial Addresses to, 21 ^ 1 1 / 

on Kedistribution of Seats. 10 « 9 /— 14 / 9 « 

on Religious Education, 18 ; 7 </ 

ou Thrift at the Cannon Street Terminus 

Hotel. 20; 10 e 

Vi«it to Manchester, 16 a \2 d 

at I he ('onservatire Club, 18 a 10 « 

at ihe Free Trade Hall, 17 a 6 « 

Note on, 18 u 12 r 

Salmon Disease in the Die, \A f \5 d 
Salt IVade of (Cheshire, \H a \\ d 
Saltertt' Conipan> 's 1 )inner to the Earl of Shaftes- 
bury, on Presenting him with the Freedom 
and Livery of their Company, 15 //i 10 6 
Salvation Army, Cases against Members, 9j $ a 

Council of War Sheffield, 28 / 8 6 

Demonstration of Saved Drunkards at Exe- 
ter Hall, \6mH d 

Harrying of Swiss, 10 a 8 A 

Review and March Past at Sheffield. 2ii 5d 

jThird Annual Meeting at Exeier Hall, 25 a 

Treatment, Outrageous of, in Switzerland, 

17rt5/— 24<i6 e~30u 4e i 

Salvini (Signor) Dinner to, at Panton Hotel, 8 

a 5 d 
San Salvadu. Movements of the President, 19 m 

7 f ~2» m 5 rf — 20 m 10 a— 19 ; 6 c 
.Sin Zoan. English Excavations at, 22 a 8 a— 

30 m 10 a 

Discovery of the Necropolis of, 2 m 4 c 

Sandford ; Lord) Banquet to, 18 y 12 e , 

Sandwich, Proposed >ew Harbour at, 7 ; 7y < 



Sanitary Condition of the City of London, 21 m 
Ah 

Logisl ition, 28 ? 18 e 

Sarakhs and Central Asia 13 w 5 «— !?6 m 4 d 
SartDriuM (Lt.-v ol. ) on the Ilelief of Gen. Gordon, 

•'>9 n. 6 / 
Savintcs Banks OfQoial Returns of, 2 a 13 c— 30 

a 13 1-25 f ]\ h 
Say . Leon on French Farming, I / 3 c 
St. Andrews. St<M>kwell, Bazaar in Aid of the 

Schools. 20 ; 5 d 
St. Andrew's University, Annual Graduation 

Ceremony. 28 .. 9 / 
-^ Degnes (Conferred, 28 « 9 /* 
St. Ann's Secie'y 'H'hools Notice about. 2 ui 5 d 
St. Anne. Kew, i nlargenient ot 25 / 12 d 
St. Botolph Aldgate, Bazaar in Aid of the Church 

Restoration Fund, at Cannon Street Hote}, 19 

/4a 
St. Cecilia Society, Annual Concert at St. James's 

Hall 21 * 10 >i 
St. George's Chi pel. Windsor Castle, Order of 

Service. 5 w 1 2 </ 

Hall. Herr Honawitz's Opera at. 2 a 11 / 

St. James's. Hatc^ham. Vestry Meeting and 

Election of Churchwardens. 16 a 7 / 
St. John Ambulance Association, 14 a 7 e 
ttt. Leonards (l^rd) Case of, 24 » 10 e 
St. Mark's Church. Northampton, Lady Manners 

Lays the Firtit Stone. 10 m 18 6 
St. Mary's Hospital, Annual Festival Dipner, 10 

mii f 
New Wing to be Opened by Princess Louise, 

10/9/- 
St. Matthew's. Sheffield, 15 a 3 e 
St. Michael and St. George, Order Conferred, 24 

fli 10 (f 

St. Michael's, Coventry, Appeal for the Restora- 
tion Fund. 23 ; 8 /* 

St. Patrick, Investiture of the Order of . 9 m 9 « 

St. Paul's (^athedral Consecration of Two Bishops 
in. 2 IN 4 e 

Day of Intercession for Foreign Missions 

at, 20 w< 8 / 

the Judges at, 10 j 5 / — 14 ; 14 f 

Preachers for the Month. 6 u 10 </-'2fi 

1 7 e 

Special Services on Good Friday. 12 a Is 

Tickets for the Consecration Service, 9 a 

10 d 

Hammersmith, Note on, 18 a 6 e 

School, Apix)sition Day. 26 » 6 A 

St. Peter's, Hatton Garden. New Organ for, 16 a 
10 »• 

St. Thomas's Hospital, Qoyal Gift of the Queen's 
Book to. 23; 12 a 

Scandinavian Conf<*renceof the Evangelical Alli- 
ance, Note on. 8 a 8 / 

Politics, Note on, 1 w 10 a 

Schliemann (Dr.) Discoveries in Greece 25 a 9 / 
Sclireiber (^Lady) Presents to the South Kensing- 
ton Maseum her Very Valuable ('oUection of 
Chiaa. &c , 26 m « rf 

Schwr.bs Gully Diamond Mining Company, 17 a 

I i c 
Sclater (P. L.) on Mr. Johnson's Expedition, 23 

;8/ 



Sco 



PALMSa 8 IBfDU f " TSB TIMES HIWSPAPXB* 



[Aprfl I U 



^(MJtch Established Church and the Foreign 
MUaions Cominittee, 2 j9 f 

- ' Liquor Bill 6 m 10 /--7 hi 10 6 

Univertitiet Bill. 29 m 10 c—H | 10 d 

Scotland. Local Option in, 10 in 12 d 

Political ActiTitj in, 23 ; 10 a 
Niott (H. S.) on th« National Gallerj. W a S d 
(J. Oldrid) on the Case ef hii Brother, Mr. 

Gilbert Scott. \B a 6 € 
^cottif(h Amicable Life Aaaurance Society, 26 a 

18^~2iii 11 a 
Australian InTestment Compftny, Smile 

- 19 fir 18 0-7; 18 c 

Mining (Company, 17 a Me 

Trof tert and the Oorernnient, 10 m 12 a 

Deputation to the Lord Adrocate of, 24 

*/ 10 r- 8 m 10 e 
Notes about, 9 m 9 f^\9 m 8 y~21 m 10 

their Statement of Orieraaoet, 21 a 10 / 

— 26« 10 e— 27 m 4; 

Knglith Episcopal Charch in. Meeting on 

th«> Proposal to Dissolve the Association, 4 
f 12 6 

Farmers* Alliance, 19 m 6 e 

Fr«!e Church Assembly, Sittings in Edin- 
burgh. 4 ; 8 6 

- Gener:il Assemblies, Annual Sittings, 28 m 

10 </— 26 m 9 c— 29 m 7 ^-3 ;4 a 

Imperial Insurance Company. 7 m 13 a 

- Prif vincial Assurance Company, 24 « 1 1 r 
-attn \Sd 

Union and National Iniurance Company, 8 

m 11 <^ 

Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society, 4 m 

11 k 

>v ipiure Readers' Association. 12 m 5 ^ 

Society for Ireland. Meeting at the Mansion 

House, 16 M 4 « 
S A of Azov, ^niuggli'^g on, 4 a 4 a 
^i•4 field Kstates. 15 a 5 / 
SnI (S. S.) on the Oriental Bank, 8 ; 9 a 
hccrctnrr for Scotland. Bill to Appoint, 18 m 9 a 
^iiltfwick ,A.) on the Ezammationof Women at 

Oxford 28 a6/ 

- (Mrs.) en the Uni?ersity College Hospital, 

ja m 6 d 
Senegal. Newn shout, 25 a 6 d^5 m 7/— 29 mbd 

- - Fighting in, 22 m 5d 
SBEVIA :- 

Appointments, 8 a 5 e 

and Austria, 18 m 5 e— 18 /7c 

and Bulgaria, 16 a 5 5—4 ; 5 5—5 ; 5 e— 1 1 

J id- 12 J 6 6—18 / 6 <<— 14> 9 «^— Id j 7 c— 
28> 7 d 

- - Court News, 19 m 8 a 

and the Eastern Railways. 11 a 6 5 

Election of the Abbot for the Monastary of 

Provo, 20 m 5 1^ 

Episcopal Synod in, 7 m 7 5 

Heavy Rainfall in, 80 a 7 e 

Legislative Proceedings, 8 m 7 5—20 m 6 d 

—27 m 5 d—90 m 5 s-81 m 7 c— 2 ; 5 /— 8 / 8 
Of— 5 ; 5 f — 27 7 5 «— 80> 5 s 

- Mincellaneous News, 2 a 7 5—10 a 6 rf-25 
a bd 2 iM 5 c 

. — public Works in, 8 a 5 c 
16 



Sorrift (confimieiO 

National Economical Aaaodatloii, Arrang- 
ing for an Exhibition in 188R, 12 « i 5 

Opening of the Legialatvra aad Sps<rfa 

from the Throne. 28 m 5 if 

Precession of Children biuiiif tbn WiOov 

Branchee on which the Queo Walks, 14 a 5 c 

Railway Loan, 18 a 5 e 

TazaUon Returns, 20 j 5 d 

Seton-Karr i W. S.) oa the Bengal Taoancj BiB, 

21 m8 e 
Sewers, City Commnaioa of, Meetiiig% 3 a 18 ^ 

—18 m 5 /—It ;12a 
Seymour (Alfred) Farming in Algeria, 21 m 3 r 

- (Horace) on England's Foreign Foliey, ^ 
9 85 

Shaftesbury (Earl of^ Preaeatattoa of the Free- 
dom of the City of Loadon to, at the GniidhalU 
2n 10 a 

the Sailers* Company aboat to Confer Iheir 

Free«loni snd Livery on. 11 a 7/ 

on Kagged Schools, 29 m 9 / 

Shake9t>eHrian Discovery— a Letter of Wiffiank 

Hall in the Bodleian Library about tha Great 

Poet. 23 / 8 r 
8how at the Albert HaU, 29 « 10 a— 80 m 

<e 81 m9d 
Sham Bank Notes. Issued by Mr. Chamberlya 

for his Performance " the MilliuBaire " i>topp«d 

by the Bank. 7 a lOcf 
Shaw. Savill and Albion Company, 9 a M e 
Sheffield. InsUllation of the Firtt Archdeacon 

of. 10 m 12 a 
Sheild (A. Marniaduke) oa the Medical Act 

Aniendtnent Bill, '2\ w 10 e 
Sherborne School. Commemoration at, 28 j 5 / 
Sheriffs* Banquet. 22 m 7 <f 

Election of. 24 / U c— 25j 12 a 

New, M J 12 a 

1 HIP NEWS :— 

Accident to the A iivitj/, 8 m 11 /* 

to the Frwi*. « 7 10 / 

to the G^a//ia, 7 u 10 e— 9 a 10 d 

to I he liiyrian, near Cape Clear Light- 
house. 19 /M 9 6 -21 M 7/ 
to a New Steamer from the Funnel Catch- 
ing the Arch and Breaking in Two, Injuriog 
Two Passengers Seriously. 10; 9/* 

to the Mail Steamer Jl/tiin, 9 ; 9 A 

to the Hi> htnond Hill Steamer, 2 ; 9 #— 4 

jUf 

Amu Darya. 80 ; 5 s 

the Aaintic, 22 m 9 / 

— Atlantic Steamers, 14 m 4 /* 

Bravery at Sea, Award of the SUtv Mvdal 

of the Board of Trade, 2 m 1 1 c 

Cify of Chicago, 12 m lie 

the Cliv, 2« m 1 1 « 

ColUsii.n of the £dward§ and tha Wmter 

Lily, on the Mersey, 12 a 9y 

of the Electric and the RockH^^ on the 

Meisey, 1 1 ci 4 €—5 m 4 r 

of the Ingd with the Oc^assas, 8 a 10 «— 

9 a If A*— 14 a iU^ 
of a French Scbooaer and a Norwegiaa 

Vessel. 27 ; 10 r 
of the Put^ucf'Ct and the Vmw, 80 a 7 t 



ZO, 1)^4.] 



PALMBR'B rNDBX TO ^^ Tff K TfMIt" MBWSPAFBR. 



Sini 



SKip Ktwi (coniinued), 

CoUinon of the Nevada and the BomoKo, at 

Se*, g Ml 6/— 9 « 9 < 

• ot the Stai4 of Florida and the Pontwui, 9 



■m^e 



• of the Stratkuk and the Ccumrta, in the 

Channel 28 j 12/ 

the OmmdatwH, 21 m 12/~22 m 10 e 

Deetrnction of the JR ^ra Eoeringham, by 

Fire, on the Chattahoochie River, 6 o 7 e 

DiMMters in the Arctic Seae, 18 ; 12 b 

Disaatere at Sea, 7 « 10 rf-8 a 10 «— 9 a h 

f^\K a 9 /- 15 « 6 €—16 « 6 /— 19 a 8 €—22 

a 6 «— 23 a 12 «— 29 « 8 «— 7 m 12 /-9 m lOy 

— 10 M 12 €-.12 HI 12 i/— 13 « 10 /— 16 m\Of 

— 16 m 5 /•— 17 m 7 /— 19 m 9 *— 20 m 10 •/— 
22 m 10 c— 2i « 8 <-.24 m 18 <— 26 m 8 •—28 
w5/— 6yi/— I8y6/-14> 9«-16 8 /•-19 
y 6/^20 7 10/-2I i 12 /-.28> 12 a— 24; 10 
€—25 ; 6 /•— 27 ; 11 fc— 28 f 12 / 

EsploeioB on Board the Aherdttu^ OiBcial 

Inquiiy into, 19 a 9 « 

the FaiiM o/Aftam, 14 m 11 i^ 

— Fartdoy, 8 m i <f 

Fire ou Board the Europe, at Buffalo, 25 « 

11 if f-^ » 

the Barpheee, 2hjh f 



the Wtoiem aean, at Oran, 5 m 8/ 

Gotana, 28 « 6 e 

the Great Eaetem, ConTersion of, into a 

Coal Halk, at Otbraltar. 10 e 7 <f 
Ice in the Atlantic. 80 7 7 e 

Ice-locked Ship -the Conjederaitt^ 5 / 6 </— 

11 75<f 

Idle Yeiaeli in the Tyne. 14 ; 18 f 

Iron and Steel Ships, 15 m 9 /— 17 ; 9/ 

Laoneh of the AustraiuMtun, on the Clyde, 

12 « 6/ 

of the CaUiofte, at Purtumouth 25 / 7 « 

of the French Cruiser Spnx, 80 7 4 / 

of the UmWiQ, at Goran, 2tf 3 6 / 

Life Saving at Sea— an Insirament for 

Foggy Weather, 22 «f 10 itf 

l^ad Line Commissioners. 8 a 8 /— 10 a 7 

y— 25 a 10 /— 20 m 1 1 /— 21 m fi a-2l ml a 

— 24si 7«— Uj 7 6—14; 6€-it>/9 c 

Loes of the E'rt, 2« a 1 1 € 

of the Linhope, 7 ; 7 /" 

of the If yre 7*10 r/ 

Mail Steamers, Aeci<leras to. 2 m 1 1 e 

Merchant Shipping Return of, by the Board 

of Trade. 81m 9r 

Miss.ng Vessel -TA; State 0/ Florida, 8 m 

1 1 y— 5 M 9y— 5 M 9 ./ 

Narrow Escape of the AuraniA, off »he Coast 

of IreUnd, 18; 5/ 

of the Lapwing, in the Channel, 29 / 9 e 

Navigation of the Baltic, I /n 5 «— 6 m 5 s 

of the Neva, 22 a 5 s 

New Dominion Line Stvamers, 5 m \l f 

Shipbuilding Marerial 14 ; 8 / 

Steamer Emm, \A m 12 e 

the Nit-re. 1 1 a 4 e— 80 a 12 a— 29 mud-^ 

HI / 5 « - 1 1 / 9 cf - 14 y y </— 23 ; 7 rf— 23 j% d 



—26/11 € 
and the Foreign O.'fije, 



30 HI 10 5-17 



Siiip News {continued), 

Ihe Otrgon, 21 ml f 

Peninsular and OrienUl Fleet. 21 m 18,/ 

Port CharfKes 011 Vessels. 6 m A e 

Quick Atlantic Passage of the yatiouiU, 1".% 

jSr 
Rapid Voyage from New Zeland -89 Day*, 

lo M H 5 
Kerogaition of Gallantry. Awards of OnM 

MednU, 8 m 5 r/— U m \\ d 

Kisks of Life and Property at Sea. 6 j A a 

Rivera, Wreck of. Part of the Oew LatuU-J 

at 1 )uver. 8 a 10/ 

the Said, 2 ; « a— 1 1 ; 4 '—19 j 6 h 

Seamen's Advance Notes. Deputation to the 

Board ot Trade about. 2i) a 10 a 

Ship ( enstructitin and Repairing. 12 / 1 1 e 

Shipping Intelligence, see every day a f,oftr 

ind istry. I w JO «i— 21 m 12 y 

Statistics. 2o w 8 e 

Sinking of the Girdler Lightship in Collision 

with the In<iu>, 28 y b* c -24 ih f 

bteam Launches on ilie Thames. 18 «f \\f^ 

Stranding of the Flying Foam, at Murlock, 

7 a \0d 

of the EroSf off Prennuda 16 o 5 I 

of the MUhtki'im, 8(» a 1 1 /* 

the Tiitm'ini'i. Trial Trip of, 28/ »3 d 

Wreckage, 2S a S d 

Wrecks in May of British Vessels, lj9r 

aee nl§o Wbbcks 

Shn>p8hire Minners. Distress smong, 19 m 9 </ 
Siani and the United States. 1 ml d 
Siamese Embassy, 80 m lo a 
Siberia Kxploration of. 20 m 5 d 

Three Convicts Hanged in. 4 1 5 <f 

Siemens (Sir Wm.) Proposed Memorial to, by th^ 

Institution of Civil ICnf^ineers. 28 / 12 s 
Silver Trade, the Goldsmiths' Company and thu 

Drawback. 11 o H r 
Simcox ( Edith) on the Extenaion of the Franchuie 

to Women, 26 m 8 / 
Singla Tea Company. 28 mile 
Skene & Co., on the *tighUnd Crofters Question. 

26 a 10 c— 4 ; 10 e 
Slade ^Alfred) on the Gold Currency. 5 w 6/ 
s^iAgg (John) ou the Home Government of IiidiK, 

12 rr 1 1 r 

on the Russian Advance on India, 80 m 6 4 

Slav.Ty in Brrtzil. 2 m 5 e 

and the Koran, Note on. 2 « 6 a 

Small Pox at the East End of London, 14 a 7 '^ 
— 2n a 9 «— 1 m 6 e 

- in Hackney and the East End, 29 ai 6 #—.5 
/ 5 ' — 12 / 6 «— 2H / 5 / 

in Kent, 6 a lOr 

in Ixindon. ft a 5 5—81 m 9 /— 5 J 10 c— 9 

;9 /— 2rt; 12 d 
Smith (Clarence) on the London Government 

Bill. 12/if9a 

(J. Bucknall)on Cable Tramways. 6 ; 4 * 

(Hf)bt. M.)on France and the Austriliau 

()oioniv.*s. 18 o f>e 

(W. R.) on .Mshomedan Mahdis. 12 la 1 1 / 

(Hr. tlon. \V. 11) at the Duckin^rhH n 

Wor ing Vlvn's Conservative As<(ucl.iiioa At 

Buckiiiglum, 30 taB d 

87 



fihi 



paLmKb'b index to " rat tiubs " hbwspapbk. 



[April 1 t» 



^utlllbet-nlan (.'a.-e. Settlement of, 30 / 6 « 
^Ilv>w(loll(Uev.J. U.;uu ^t. Faul'dilHininersaiilh, 

16 n a e 
Sficiul Kvil— Outside of the Hatter 23 n (> / 
Hypocrisy below and Kespectabiiity aWove, 

15 a 6 / 

- NoU about, ItS fi <i « 

Mf ti/to Cbiminal Law Ambkdmevt Bill 

8<):'ial Science AnsociHtion, New I'resident, i6 
>6t - 

hucitty of Antiquaries of London, Annual Meet- 
ing. 25 CI D / 

uf Arts, Papers Read before, 16 m 3 /— 28 

tn \i a 
^ Award of the Albert Medal, 11 j 10 d 

for the liiologicul InveitiiKution of the 

Engliah Toast, Meeting at the Kwyal bucietj 
to Found, i a \M d 

of Engineers Visit the Midland Radwajr 

W^orks at Uerby, 27 / 10 </ 

for the loiprorement of the Condition of the 

Labouring Classes, 40th Annual Meeting, 26 

«— for the Propagation of the Qospel, 183rd 

Anniversary. li» / 6 «i 
for Training Teachers of the Deaf and Dumb 

on the Pure Oral by stem. 7 m o c 
Soho Home for Working Girls, 19 ; 4 a 
Soldiers' Daughtt- rs' Home, Hainp^itead, Anniver* 

sary Meetnig. 21 ; 13 c/ 
Sons of the i'lcrgy, 230th Anniversary FestiT.il 

uf. in &t. Paul's I'atlwdral, io m 10 /' 

Meeiings of the ( ourt, 2ti m 13 c— 23 ; 10 6 

stewards Annual Dinner, at Merchants 

Tnyiors' Hall, 16 mi 10 / 

8ouJ\ African Loan, Mortgage and Mercantile 
Agency. 24 a lie/ 

Austialian Company, 6 j 1 1 e 

bouth Kensington Museum, Admi'^sioni.fet tvery 

Tuesdu tf*s paper 
— — Mrs. c:ruick9hank Presents her Unrivaled 

Colh*c(ion ot her Husband's Works to, in all 

'^.oyni, 26 //I h 
Liidy 6chreiber|Presents to it. her Valuable 

Collection of China, &c., 2b m 6 d 

Notes on, 21 a 6 c— 22 a 12 a 

South Kensington Terror. 20 ; 4 /— 23y 8/ 

bouihern blavs, among the, 23 ; 3 e 

boutbwaik Liberal Association, Meeting of, 10 

a 6 6 
Southwell (Bp. of) Introduced to Convocation, 

Um 11 n 

Enthronement of. 29 m 10 6 

Meeting of i hurchmen to Welcome to 

Derby, HI m 6 e 

Meeting of the Clergy at Nottinghaoi, 24 

i9 b 

8PAIN:— 
— AppoiDtments, 19 ii 7 e 

- Army Mameuvres, 26 a o c— 20^ 4 d 

- Arrests, 3 m 7 c 

Births and Deaths Official Return of, 18 ; 7 ^ 

BlacK Hand Murderers Sentence oif Death 

oaall, 7 a6 e- 9 / 7 «— 16; 7e 
— ^ Buuget, 16 / 7y— 19 i 6 c 

Cholera in, 2 1 a 6 / 

->— Corpus Christ! AnbiTersary, 13; 5 6 
5b 



Spain {ronttnued), 

— Comic Journnl, Editor of Sentenced to ^ 
Year-* Improvement, A a b e 

CorteH, Dia^ultition of. 1 « 5 r— 2 o 7 '< 

OlHJoing Of by the King, 21 m 7 € -22 «'» 

c — 23 tu 5 d 

^ Proceedings in, 20 m 6 c— 21 m 7 c— 27 m 

6 c— 31 m 7 c— 4 /6c— 7 / 7 rf — I0>o «— 12 ».'• 
c— 14 /9 6— 18; 7 r— 25;6rf 
Notice about, 3 ; 3 <i 



Court News, 14 a 6 <rf— 19 a 7 c— 29 m 5 6— 

6 ; 5c 
Health of the InfanU Dona Delia Paz. 

16 ijf 6 c/— 31 m 7 <?— 22 maa4te 
of the King, 16 a 3 «— 28 « 5 «— M u 7 

d—7 tn 7 a 

lloyal Birthday, \5 m S d 

and Cuba, 3t> u 7 d 

— and the United States, 5 ; 5 e 

Dcaillock with, Note on, 22 « 10 ^ 

Di^jlumatic News. 1 a 6 c— 8 a 6 c^26 a be 

Discovery of Military Stores Concealed in 

Madrid. 6 u 7 e 

Disturbances in. 5 m 8 a 

Dynamite Employed by Poachers, 16 m 5 rf 

to be Discontinued, l^ m 7 d 

»- Explosion at Barcjlona. 6 f 6 c— 7 ; 7 i 

Election News, 14 a 6 tf— 21 a 5 #—23 a7 b 

— 28 u 6 <r -3 /« 7 c — 7 m 7 c 
and England, t jb d 

hxport Duty on Sugar Reduced, Sjoc 

KU>ods in. 26 M 8 t 

and France, 22 o 6 rf 

and Morocco, 19 a 7 *— 4 ; 5 *— 5 > 5 < 

and Germany and Fernando Po, 8 w 5 * ^ 

Guns in Course of Construction for, 24 m7 e 

and luly. 6 m 5 e 

and North Africa, 25 j 5« 

Liberal Press on the Prees Ppisecutions. 29 

moo 

Lot'U'Jts in Valencia, 3 / 8 <i 

Madrid African aociety. First Public Meet* 

ing. lane 

— Labour Crisis in. 18 a 5 *• 

Military Conspiracy, 24 a 5 d 

Miscellaneous News, 4 a 5 6 — 6 m 7 6 — 1 1 a 

3 c— 22 abd —26 a 7 c— 28 a 5 r— 6 m 7 </ — 1«« 
m 7 d--\'.ittt 7 <j— 19«8ci— 21 m 7 / -23 , 7 / 
—28 ; 7 r 

Moret V Senor) on Universal Suffrage, 8 m :» c 

and Morocco, 21 a b /— 30 « 6 / 

— Nnval News, 30 la 6 c 
Nuvv Ketorm Commission. 7 m7 c 

Public Debt, 16 a 6 /» 

l'ri|MrationsforaUevolutionafy Moveaient 

ill, 2.') «i 5 d 

I tail way News, 29 a 6 c— 1 1 ; 5 #: 

Itebel Oliicers Shot. 30 ; 6 rf 

KtvuiUtioiiHry Movements in, 29 a 5 r— 3 > 

a 7 d — in b dik e— 2 tn 5 d 

Kolibery Attempted under Plea of being 

Assassinated, 16 a 8 c 

. — Sentence on the Prisoners at Xovarro 1.>> 

m 5 <• 
Sportiig in, 8 w 5 r— 14 « 7 * — n> m b >t 

7'/»« Tirn s Leading Article on, ualer Ui4- 

cus.'«i.)n in Mairid, \l m 7 s 



3 line SO, 1884 ] palmrr's indkx to ^' thb tihks " newspaper. 



Spo 



ApAin {amtiMtidfi), 

Treaty of C ommerce with England, 7 a B f 

with the United 8tated and Cubu, 8 a o c 

-'^— Tunnel on the New Austurian liailway 

!• ftUiDtf in Kill* 12 Workmen, 1 1 ; 5 e 
and the United States and Caba, 19 « 7 c 

and the Vatican, 22 m be 

Speaker (The) Banquet to, at Balhoi College, 30 

Health of, 2 a 10 6~» aSd 

Levees. aO a 10 u— 16 m lU </ 

' Parliamentary Full Diess Dinner, 26 a 11 

/~1 m 9 /— 8 m &» f^lo m 10 tf 

Reception of, at Sandy, 29 m 10 a 

Spital Sermon, 14 12 a 

^^plugen Pass, Opening of, ]6 tnSd 

S|MjlatO| the Watchman Beztio, Tried and 

Acquitted m fur hhuuting a Fisherman, 2t» u 7 c 
SP0BT8 AND SPOBTING:— 

Arctic Yachting, 8 a 4 / 

Ascot Heath Meeting, 23 m 8 h^SO m 7 h— 

oj 7«— 9j 12 a— 10 , 10 a— 11 ; lOo— 12; 10 

«i-13} 10 a— 14; 14 a ~16 9 12 h 
Athletic Sports — Amateur Championships, 

23; 9 c/ 

Civil Service, 9 / 8 a 

London Club, 2 a 12 e— 8 o 10 c— 19 a 12 

c/— 28a6r— 19 w 12 6^10; \2 d 

— MidUnd Club, 7 a «y 



Moseley Harriers Club. 21 n 10 c 
— V, BlMckheath Harriers, 2H m 12 s 
Oxford 1^. Cambridge, 2al2s— 9al0s 



— Private Banks. 23 j 9 e 

— Sandhurst MihUry tKihool 19 m 12 r 
Scottish Amateur Cliampion»hip, 



J 10 d 



80 



>10a 



Gathering. 28 ; 9 </ 
Ten MUes Amateur Championship, 24 



West of England Cricket and Football 
Club, 14 a 10 

Woolwich V. Sandhurst, 24 m 12 e 



Sports and Sjwrting (continuedX 

Hois dti Houlo)<ne Usees. H n fi r 

Boxing— Amateur Cliampionships, at St. 

Jsmes^s Hall. lH a 6 d 

c amies International Regatta. 24 a 7 c 

Chant illy Kaces, 23 m 8 6— 20 w 12 d 

Cheas— Oxford v. (^ambridge, 4 a 10 d— 7 • 

6/ 
' — I'aris V. Vienna, o i 7 d 

Tournament at Simpson's, 30 m 7 r 

(;heater Meeting. 6 m o e— 7 m 12 a— 8 m 6 

a— 9 m 10 r 

Coicliing Club. 19 m 12 r— 30 j 10 f 

Coursing — Haydock Paik Open Meeting, 5 

a 7«r 

Cricket — Arrangements for Matches, 14 a 

10 6 

Matches for the Week. 30 a 12 r— 6 m 9 

e— 12 m 12 d- 19 m 12 h^26 m 12 «->2 ; 10 d 

—9 ; 12 /•— 16 ; 12 r— 23 ; 9 d—60 j 10 * 
Meeting at Lonls to Iteceive the New 

*• Laws of Cricket.'* 21 a 10 « 

in AuBtralia. 8 a lOd— 8«i lOr— 30 a i2./ 

Australians v. Derbyshire 3 ; 5 <•— 4 / 7 c 

V. Cambridge Universiiy, 17 ; 10 d— 18 

; 12tf— 19; 8 /i 

i;. Knfiland Eleven, 27 m 14 r 

V, GenileuKu of England. 27 m 10 «— 

29 m tf (i— 30 Ml 7 />— 8l m H a- 2; lu </— 2t) ; 8 

^—27 J U» /'— 28 ; 12 a— 30 i 10 l» 
■ u. Lancashire, 6 > 7 c— 6 ^' 10 d— 7 ; 9 

d— 9 / 12 e 

■ w. Liverpool and District, 24 y 10 rf— 

26 ;• 10 c 
V. Marylebone Club and Ground, 20 m 

10 d— 23 m 8 r— 24 m \2 h 

». North of England, 2 )j lOc— 21 ; I2rf 

r. Nottii'gharashire, I2y 10 c— 13 i 10 k 

— 14; 146-16; 126 

r. Surrey. 20 w 10 r— 21 m 12 r 

V. Yorkshire, 10 MO a— 1 1 / 10 6 



Austruin Derby, 23 m 8 c 

Auteuil liaces. 14 a 10 a— 2 ; 10 <?— 6> 7 6 

—7 ; 9 c— 107 10 a— 23 ; 9 6—30.; 10 6 

Betting in Lendon, 1 a 5 1^—8 a 10 <*— 22 u 

10 e— 29 a lO 6—6 m 6 c— 13 m 11 c— 20 m 10 
c— 27 m 10 c— 10 ; iOi/— 17> 10 ^—24^ If c/ 

Bibury (lub. 21 j I2f— 24 / 10 d— 25 > lOc 

Bicycltng- i*it'ty Miltfs Professional cham- 
pionship, 14 a 10 e 

Meeting of Cyclists at Alexandra Park, 

21 • 10 9 

London Club. 16 ; 12 d 

-^-^— National Cyclists' Union Championships, 
23; 9 e— 30/ 10 e 

Tricycl ng at Alexandra Park. 2 ; 10 «? 

■ Annual Processitm at Barnes. 16; I2«/ 



Twenty Miles I'rotessioual Championship. 

14 fl 10 c— 2; 10 c 

— Billiards — Matches at the Westminster 
Aquarium, 7 « 6^—14 a 10 c— 19 a 12 d— 21 
tt 10 r— 22 a lO e— 26 a 7 «— 28 a 6 f — 5 m 9y 
— 15 m 10 « — 26 m 12 « 

Kemarkable Feat, 20 m 10 s 

PeaU f. Roberts. 39 m 6 rf— 3 ; 9 d 

Koberu i\ AMitchall, 7 « 6/— 16 i 12 d 



Cambridge First Twelve v. Next Sixteen, 

16 m 10 6- 17 ti 10 6— iil m U h 

Freshmen's Mstrb, 12 m 12 c 

Quiduics c, Eion (College, 9 ; 12 /' 

University v. England Eleven, 23 m 8 

rf— 24 ni 12 c— 26 w l2 e 
' — V. Gentlemen of England, 3 / o d— 4 

; 7 c— 6 / 7 r 
1;. Marylebone Club and Ground, 10 

; 10 6—11 ; 10 6—12; 10 6 
V. Yorkslure, 27 m 10 i— 28 m 10 d— 

29 m 6 «/ 
( hri«t Church, Oxford ». Eton College, 

2 ; 10 d 
I'lifton V. Taunton, 5 m 9 e 

• o ts Matches, 14 a 10 6 

I>eiby6hire Colts Match. 15 a 9 

r. \\i nt. 6 / 10 «- 7 ; 9 s 

I. Surrey. 30 »« 7 «— 31 m 8 e 

Voikshire, ^4 ; 10 c— 25 ; 10 // 



XQj^d 



EI. ^en of Sussex v. Sevcnteto Colts, 2 m 

11 d—.i m \'lb 

Engla d \\ Australia. 12/ lo c 

' GtMiueman of Essex v. Players. 3 m 12 4 

—5 m 9 e 
— — Uiders r ProfossionalJockeys, 14^14 c 



8po 



PALVKK'S index to ^^ THX TIMSS " MSW8PAPSB. 



[April. 1 to 



Sports ftnd Sporting yconttnued), 

Cricket- Ktuii r. Winchester, 28 7 12 c— 

80 ; 10 d 

College V. the Orleans Club, 12 9 10 c 

Glocetterahire Colts Match, 15 « 9 e— 16 

jSd 

V. Sussex, 27 m 10 d— 28 m 10 « 

V, Yorkshire, 9 m 10 c/— 10 w 12 r— 12 

« 12 « 

Hampshire r. Kent. 18 ; 12 ^—19 jSh 

Household Brigade v. Serenoaks Nine, t 

11166 

Kent Colts Match, 3m l26-^fm9s 

V. Hants, 27 m 10 S-.28 m 10 «-29 j 6 

(.— 17/ I0« 

Lancashire v. Derbyshire, 23 m 8 ^--24 m 

12<-28m Pie 

i;. Kent, 10; 10 A— 11 > 10 f— 12 ; 10 * 

V. Leicester?ihire. 18 / 10 c— 14j U 6 

V, Oxford University. 17 > 10 1^— 13 



J 12 I- 



V. Yorkshire. 27/10 /#— 28 j 12 c 



12a 



Leicestershire Colts Match, 3 m 6 /— 7 m 



». Surrey, 3 ; 10 #—7 ; 9 d 

— Lord ^Sheffield's Team v. Australians, 13 
11 e— Um I8e 

Marylebone Club, 22 a 10 «— 7 m 12 6—8 



w. Derbyshire. 10 ; TO A« 1 1 ; 10 <? 

V. Cambridge University, 24 / 10 </~25 



m 6 a 



i 10 rf 
». Kent, ISm 11 /— Uw 18 /— 16 m 3 a 

V. Lancashire. 20 m 10 e/— 21 m \2 e 

V. Leicestershire, 8 ; 5 c/— 4> 7 «/ 

V. PhiUdelphians, 17 > 10 rf— 13 1 12 c 

V, SuMsez. 9 m 10 c— 10 m 12 b 

V, Yorkshire. 16 m 10 A— 17 m 10a 

Middlesex v. Glocestershire, 13 j 10 c«- 

14; 14 6—16; 12 c 

V. Kent, 17 ; 10 s— 20 ; 10 c— 21 ; 12 s 



-23 ; 9 r 

». Notts. 27 w 10 rf— 28 m 10 rf— 29 jGd 

V, Yorkshire, 6 ; 10 e— 7 ; 9 «— 9y 12/ 



Norfolk V. Suffolk, 31 m 8 t 
North V. South, 3 ; 5 c— 4 j 7 c 
Notts V. Suffolk. 16 nr 10 6 
V, Surrey. 8 y fi rf— 4 ; 7 rf— 6 j 7 « 



— 17. Sut»s*ex. 17 w 10 A 

Nottinghamshire Colts Match. 15 a 9 «— 

liia ad 

Orleans Glub r. Bexley. 3 m 9 « 

V. Merchant Taylors' School, 26/6 b 

V. Middlesex Colts, 12 m 12 d 

V, Revellers, 2 ; 10 «^ 

I V, Richmond, 19 m 12 5 

— V, United HospiUls, 2H m 12 « 

— Oxford University Freshmen's Match, 6 
mS/— 7 m 12 a— 8 m 6 6 

. V. Australians, 16 m 10 a— 17 m 10 a - 

19 m 12 a 

V. Gentleman of England, 20 m 10 </— 

—21 m 12 «— 22 m 7/ 

— r. Lancashire. 80 m 7 c— 31 m 8 « 

— — V. Marylebone Club and Ground. 3 ; 10 

e— 77 9 d—*) J 12 y-25/ 10 «-27> 10 4—28 
J 12 6 



Sports And Sporting (eontintted). 

— ^ Cricket — Oxford University «. Sizteeo 

Freshmen,9 m 10 d^ 18 m 12 c— 13 ai lly— 14 

m 13 /-15m6« 
Perambulators v. Etceteras, 28 10 e 

Philadelphians v. Gentlemen of Hnmp- 

shire, 28 j I2r— 80; 10^ 

17. Dublin University, 3 / 5 « — 4 7 7 tf 

V. Gentlemen of Cheshire, 21 / 12 •-* 

23 > 9 ^ 

V. Gentlemen of Ireland, 6 ; 10 e 

V. Gentlemen of Leicestershire, 24 ; 10 

f— 26>10« 

'- V. Gentlemen of Scotland 10^ 10 c 

V, Scarborough Club and Ground, 14 

; 14<f-16; I2c 

Public Schools' Challenge Curt, 11 a 4 ^ 

Royal Engineers v. Harlequins, 90 / 10 d 

Sailors of the hoyal Yscht OsSxriie v. the 

English i ricket Club of St. Petersburg, 16/74^ 

Seniors* Match at Cambridge UniTeraity. 

8 m 66— 9 m \0 d 

at Oxford University, 2 « 1 1 d--^ m 12 

4-5 m 9 « 

Sheffield Park Match, 29 a 10 ( 

Somersetshire V. Kent, 9m I0i«— iOm 12c 

Surrey Club. 3 m t2 4—7 m 12 o 

V. Cambridge University. 21 i 12 «/— 23 



;9r 
V2d 



•V.Essex, 13m 10 6— 17m ]3«-.i9 m 
• V. Gloucestershire, 17 i 10 «— I8j 12 «/ 



— 20/ 10</-2l t l2«-J8/9c 

Hants, 23 m 8 c/— 24 m 12 e -4 



7 d 

1% l^ice)«tershire, 27 m 10 rf— 2« m lo i^ 

r. Middlesex. 10 / 10 6—1 1 ; 10 c 

V. Notts, 2» ;' 12 c— 80 i \9e 

V. Oxferd University, 24 ; 10 r- 25/ 1 </ 

Sussex w. Notts, 27 ; 10 6 

Victoria v. Australia, at Melboura«, 2;{ a 

12 6 

Yorkshire Colts* Match. 21 m 12 W 

V. Kent, 3 ; 5 rf— 4 j7 d 

V. Notts, 17; 10 s— 18/ 12 r 

I?. Sussex. 18 / 10 r— 14 ; 14 6 

l>erby Summer Meeting, 18; 10 4— 20y 10 

6— 2i ; 12 c 

l>oncaster Spring Meeting, 9 m 10 c — \^ m 

12o— 28ifi8 6— 24 w !2 6 

Epsom Spring Meeting. 21 a 10 a— 22 a W 

c— 28 a 12 o— 24 a 7 a— 26 m 12 a— 30 m 7 a 

Derby Day. 29 m 6 a 

Oaks Day, 31 m 8 c 

Railway Arrangements, 26 m 14 a 

Sunnner Meeting. 27 h* 10 r— 2« m 10 /- 

Foot ball — Biriniiighani Charity Cup. i4« 

10 6— 28#» ^r 

Challrnge Cup CompetiJons, 2 a !3f r 

Druids V. Wrexham, I4fi 10 6 

Glasgow Challenge Cup, 14 a !0 a 

. ( hnrity Cup, •-f8 a 6 c— 6 w 9 f 



lOc 



Lancashire Challenge Cup. 21 a in ^ 
London Association Challenge i^up. 21 a 

Rowing Club u. Thames Rowing C*lub, 



8 a 10</ 

Nottingham Association Challenge Cup, 

7 ii 6y 



Jum« SO, 1884] 



rALMSB's IKDBX TO " TBB TIMBS 1IIW8PAPER. 



Spo 



Sp o r te and Sporting ("nm/muccO. 

Football — Wales and Border Counties 

Challenge Cap, 7 a 6 / 

u. Ireland, 14 a 10 a 

Welsh Association Cup, IS a 9 « 



— - Yorkshire Challenge ('up, 1 a%f 
' Four-in-Hand Club. 22 m 5 /— 27 ; 10 ^ 
Fox Club. 19 m 12 d—30 ; 4 « 
Hunting around Melton, o m 5 e 



— French Bacing. 7 aSf 

— Qolf at St. Andrew's Links, 6 m 5 ;^7 m 
12 (»— 8m6 6— lOm 12c 

— Geodwood Meeting. 6j\0d 

— Grand National Hunt. 18 a 10 t— 10 m 12 ft 
Steeplechase at Madrid, 14 m 7 b 



H. M. Staghouuds, 10 a 6 « 

Horse Show at Islington, 2 .; 10 «— 8 ; % d 

^^-^ Hunting Appointments, 5 a 7 d—l2 a 7/-^ 

I9a \2d 

Italian Derby Race, 24 a 6 c— 25 a B b 

Juckey Club. 18 a 10 0-26 a 12^-21 i \2e 

Kcmpton Park April Meeting, 14 a 10 a— 

15s 9 ' 
May Meeting, 10 m 12 6-12 m 12 ft 

V\ hiisuntide Meeting, 2am8ft— 30»i7ft 

— 2n0e-3; 6 a 

Kildare Hounds, \6 a W d 

La Croix de Bernj- Races, 16 a 6 e 

La Crosse— American Team, 10 m 12 c— 26 

M 12« 
Americans u. Middlesex, 5 ; 7 rf— 7 y 9 « 

— 12j iue 

II. South of England. 9 ; 12/ 

-^^— Cambridge University v, Cheshire. 2 ; 10 s 

Uaddiffe on Tent i;. South Manchester, 

21 a 10 c 

Lawn Tennis, London Athletic Club Tour- 
nament, 24 7 10 s 

Oxford V. Cambridge, 26 i 6 c— 26 ; 12 rf 

Laws of Goodwood. 23 / 6 d 

Leicester Races, 2 m 1 1 /<— 2 / 6 a 

— Liverpool July Meeting, 20 ; 10 6 

Manchester Summer Meeting, 2 m 1 1 d— 9 

Bi lOtf — I7m Ittu— 23m8 6— 2/ 10 o— 3 } 6 6 
—4 ; 7 a-5 ; 7 a— 6 ; 10 ft— 7 / 9 ft 

Newcastle and Gosforth Park Meeting, 6 

j lOrf-24; lOci— 26>IOc— 26;6s— 27 ; lOo 

and Jitockbrid. e Races, 23 / 9 a— 26 ; 10 

#—26; 6 a— 27; 10a 
Newmarket Craven Meeting. 6 a 7 d— 1 1 a 

4 rf— 14 a 10 a— 16 a 9 ir-16 a 6 a— 17 a 10 s 

-18o I0d-I9a 12« 
First Spring Meeting, 28 a 6 a— 29 a 10 

•— 3« a 12 ft— 1 M 6 rf— 2 m 11 d— 3 m 12 a 

July Meeting. 80 i 10 a 

Second Spring Meeting. 12 m 12 «— 13 si 

lis— 14 m 13 e— 15 m 6 a— 16 01 10 a 

- Northampton Races, 1 a 8 d 

and Pytchley Hunt Meeting, 1 a 6 if— 2 

a 12 «— 8 alOd 
Oxford and (Cambridge Boat Race, Notices 

•rial] /— 2 a 6 s— 3 a 6 «— 4 a 4 a— 6 a 7 « 

- 7 a 6 «— 8 a 4 « 
Race Postponed until after the Royal 

Funeral. 2 a 12/ 

Paris Races, 15 a 9 «— 21 m 10 e— 26 a 10 e 

—2 «i U <f-d /«! y •— m 10 #^12 m 12 r— 16 



Bpoxti and Sporting {continued), 

m 10 a-SO m 7 ft-8 ; 6 ft— 4 ; 7 ft-6 ; 10 c-7 
j9c 

Grand Prix, 9 ; 8 « 

Pedestrianism — Six Days Tour at New 

Yerk. 6 m 7 / 

— Polo— Oxford V. Cambridge. 16.; 12 d 

Pugilism— Bloomfleld and Kelley, at Lei- 
cester, 29 a 8 r 

Prize Fight between Women, at Dudley, 

87m 6 « 

between Wolf and Eades, near Walsall, 



4j 11 € 
Queensberry Amateur Challenge Cup, 

Competition for, at Lillie Bridge, 8 a 10 a 

Quom Hunt, Meeting at Leicester, 7 a A f 

Race on Snow Skates in Lapland, 21 m 6 / 

Rackets— Oxford u, Cambridge. 6 a 7 d—lO 

aSd—W aid 

Public Schools Challenge Cup, 22 a 10 « 

28 <i 12ft-24a 7 <;— 26 a 7 c 
Royal Hunt Banquet, 26 a 7« 

Sale of the Beenham Stud Yearlings, 16 

J 12 s 

of Greyhounds at Barbican, 21 a 10 ^ 

of Lord Falmouth's Stud, 23 a 4 a— 29 a 

8s-30; 10 s 

of the Royal Yearlings, 23 ; 9 ft 



Sandown Park Club, Second Spring Meet- 
ing. 6 a 7 d— 1 1 a 4 </-23 a 12 ft— 24 a 7 a— 
2/> a 10 0—26 a 12 r— 28 a 6 a 

First Summer Meetiag. 7; 96—9; \2e 

Household Brigade Steeplechase at, 8 a 



10 c— » a 10 e 

Races, 6 ; 10 6 



Sculling— II anlan v. Laycock, 6 m 9 /— 28 

m 6 « 

Swimming Bath for Whitechapel, mm 

Whitkchapbl 

Tatiersali's, 8 o 10 «— 29 a 10 ft— 6 m 6y— 

20 m 10 0—10 ; lOci— 24/10 </ 

Tennis, at Lord's, 4 ; 7 «— 1 1 j 10 rf— 1 7 ; 10 

s-19; 6 ft 
.University Boat Race, see Oxford 

- Weston's Walk of 6000 MiieM in 60 Miles a 
Day. 3 a € </ 

Wrestling, Cumberland and Westmoreland 

Society. 16 a 9 s 

Yachting Season 14 m 3 / 

Clyde Yacht-Racing Season, 27 / 10 a— 

80/ 10ft 
Meeting of Gentlemen Connected with 

the Several ('lubs at Portsmouth, 17 a 10 / 
New Thames Club. 14 a 10 o— 17 m 10 a 

— 19 m 1 1 a— 23 m 8 < —27 m 10 «— 30 m 7 6— 

2; IIU— 4' 7 c— 6; 10 rf 
Nice International Regatta, 12 a 7 /— 16 

a 6 s 
Nore Club, 14 a 10 a-22 m 7 /"—SO m 7 ft 

— 6; lOrf 
Otitend International Regatta, 23 ; 9 c 

Ro) al A.fred, 27 m lO c 

Cinque Ports Club, 10 ; 10 € 

HuTY. ich, 3 ; 6 ft— 4 ; 7 ft 

London Club, 14 a 10 a— 7.; 9 e 

Meroey Club Regatta, 19; 6o— 20/ 10 



ft-21/ 12 c 



9i 



^yv 



r AUMibn a invrnji^ av 



aa» It K»a 



nmtwnrAfmn* 



Sports and Sportihg (ronttnue4f), 

Yachting -Royal Xorthern. 27 m 10 e 

Thames, 15 m 6 a— 21 m 12 6—29 m 6 

r— 5 i 7 A— « / 10 //— 9 i\2d 

— Yacht Squadrtm. 12 « 12 c 

Thames Racini^ Fixtures. 14 a 10 a 

York Sprinif Meetioip ^ m 10 c— 19 m 12 a 

—20 m lOf— 21 m 12 6—22 m 7 f 
Spurgeon (Kev. C. H.) Jubilt^e Meeting at the 

Metropolitan Tab«*rnacle. IH ; 10 //— 20 /9 A 
Stafford ( Wm. < on the Brilliant Meteor, 23 m 8 d 
Standard and loken Coins. 5 /it 4 6 
Fire and Marine Insurance CompanT of 

New Zealand. 22 m 11 6 

Life Assurance Company, 8o a 13 6 

Stanhope (Hon. £.) on the Liocoln Election, 17 

ill d 
Northamptonshire Conservative Astocia- 

tion. Inaugural Brinquet. 11 ; 10/ 
on the Policy of Government, at Fettr- 

borough, 1 7 m 9 e 
Stanley ^C^olj at Preston. 26/10 / 
(E. LJ on the London School Board, 12 a 

10/"— 15 « 9 e 
Star of India, Orders Conferred, 24 m 5 d 
Stationers Company, (^ourt Dinner, 13 ; 4 e 
Statistical Society, 50th Anniversary Meeting. 

25 J 12 e 
Stay ton (O. U.) on London Wood Pavement, 9 

jo a 
Steel Making Plant for Spain, 8 m 4 e 
Stellaland, Denial of the Queen's Authority in, 

26/7/ 
Stephen (Geo.) on the Canadian Pacific Railway , 

I m 1 1 6 
Stephens (James) on Fenianism, 1 m 5 6 
Stepniak's Reply to M. Katkhoff on Russian 

Universities, 26 m 5 a 
Stepney Jewish Schools. Dr. Richardson Distri- 
butes the Prizes, 26 m 9 c 
Stevenson fLouisa) University EducatioB of 

Borneo. 5 M 6 / 
Stoardza (M. Demeter i. 7 / 7 </ 
Stock Exchange. New Building. 10 m 9 a 
Stop^s (H. . on Bird4, 5 m 6 • 
Storey ( — ) Defence of his (^onduct in the House, 

24 m 10 h 
(Saiiniel; iho Nisero and the Foreign Office, 

30 m 10 b 
Storks in Eng'and, 30 a 14 a 
Stove ScYeens. 23 m 4 /* • 

StrangtTs Homo for Asiatics, Annual Meeting, 

IS a 10 r 
StfHtford Musical Festival. 5 mSd 
S'.ratf)r<l-on-Avoii, Church Restoration at, 23 

« 86 
Strafiord do Rodcliff (Lord) Statue of, in We!«t- 

luinister Abbey, Unveiled, 20 m 10 a— 2.^ m 10 

a — 24 in 10 c 
StrettoB (Hesba) on Cruelty to Children. 26 m 6, 

«— 30 f \l f 
Street Soinincl'iture. 3 / 3 rf 
STilSflT TilAMWAYS: - 

Anglo- Argentine. 1 a 11 c 

liarcelona, 14 a II d 

' i.'arihn^enaand Herrerias, 9 w 11 c 

. (.:itv of Buenoi Ayres, 10 a 11 c 

*J2 



Street Tramways. Irish, SmlOd 

Uighgat« Cable, 20 ■• 4 y— 24 m € /— 30 « 

10 6-4/6C-6/ 4 a 

Union, 1 1 i 1 1 « 

Notes on the Act. 16 « 12 «— 12 / 7 rf 

State of Shares in Cooipaniea. sec «rrr| 

cl<f y*4 paper 
IT&iKES : — 

— at Anxin, of Colliers— their Denwods, 10 a 

6 a— 11 a^d 

Disturbances at Densin. S a 7 c — 7 « S r 

Paris Municipality Decline t* Aid. 3a S « 

Miners Resume Work on the OooipaBy'f 

Terms. 17 a 6 «— 19 a 7 rf— 22 aid 
a Sum of 10,00af., Sent to AasiU tbca. 

2 a 10 e— 3 a 6 </ 
at the Cape Diamond Fields, 29 a 5 d^^ 

aid 
of Dyers, at Bradford, 19 « 9 «— 28 « 10 ' 

—24 m 12 /•— 26 tn rt «~2i w 10/ 

of the Fife and Clackmannan Miners, 7 1 9/* 

of Ironworkers, at Metb^rwell, 15 a 9 /' 

of the London Shoemakers, Meeting of the 

Boot and Shoe Manufactarers Associatio n to 

(^ooftider, 8 a 8 / 
of the Men at the Fall River MiUs, CoUapss 

of, 17a 6 y 
Police Case Connected with, 9 a S c 

of the Masons, at Bradford, 9 / 8 / 

of 2000 Shoemakers in Philadelphia, 85 > 5 

a-26/ 5 6 

kl Tetschen, 18 e 5 </ 

of the Weavers, at Kidderminster. 5 • 13 ^ 

of the Workmen at the Limerick CloUung 

Factory, 89^ 6 a 
Stringer (Edgar F.) Merchant Shipping and the 

Board of Trade. 23 a 8 y 
Stuart (Charles) on Lord Canning, 16 a l;i 4 
(H. Yilliers) Financsial Condition of Europe, 

14u4/ 
on Nubar Pasha and the Eqnalintion of 

the Land Tax, 4 ; 6/ 
Stuart- Wortley (C.) on the Shefleld Liberals an<l 

Mr. Gladstone*s Speech. 9 a 10 <i 
Sugar Bounties. Notes on, 18 y 4 a— 20 i 4 d— 2H 

;6c-28i 7«-30? 10/ 
System, Deputation of Merchants tc» 

Government on. 5 • 18 « 

Beet Sugar Manufacture, 10 a 7 6 

Growing in finglaad, 31 m 12 6—3 ; 4 «— 4 

/lO d 
Crops of Brazil, o o 6 /— 19 m % rf— 31 m * 

e-28;86 
SmCIDES :— 

Dr Jos. Bach, at Vienna. 21 a 5 ^ 

Sarah Blinkho. Drowning herself and her 

Infant in the Canal at Birmingham, 2 a 12 / 

Frank Willis Burge, a ^>u>ckb^olKer, in hii 

Office, in Coptball CU>urt. 28; 12 s 

J. W. Burn ham. 25 / 5 a 

Privatr^ Carr, at Walmes, after Attempting 

to Murder his Wife. 13 m 10 c 

- (has. Edw. Darby, at Brymbo,29ai 12 a 

the Very Rev. H. T. Edwards, Dean of 

Bangor. 2i) m 9 e 

-* MHJor Elliott, from the Steamer ViUei at 
Sea, -'^ m 10 c 



Jnn^ SO, 1881.] pauivr's iicdsx to ^* thk timei " nswspjlpir. 



lay 



Snicidet (comtUued), 

Mn. Qooding, in a Bath, at Chtltenham, 

17m 7« 
■ Thomas Hacall, an Inmate of Lamboth 

l^orkhouie, 26 m 11 « 

Edward Jonef^onHolbornViadttCt, 16 ; 12 < 

Prince King, 25 a 8 </ 

a Man, in Hyde Park, 9m9 f 

Mr. Heniy Mehling, at Newington Butts, 

17 « 6 c 
Poliee OfBoer Morris, at Bradford, Limerick, 

21 m 12/ 
Miss Pretjman, in the Grand Hotel Paris, 

9/7* 
Rot. Fred. Shepherd, of Stoko-sub- Hamdon, 

14 ; U / 
Herbert Stanley, a Pupil Teacher, at New- 
castle. 6 m 8 / 
Rev. Alex. Taylor, Preacher of Gray*s Inn, 

Ua7 d 
M. de Vadder, at Brussels, 15 m 5 <f 

Carl Wehoert, nearly 80 Years of Age, at 

Sheffield, S a \0 e 

Mr. A. F. Webb, at Cambridge, 28 a 6 e - 

30a 12« 
Alex. White, of New York, 21 si 7 c 

Henry Whittle, a Conyict, in Durham Gaol, 

2 m 10 / 

at Monte Carlo, 15 a 8 6 

Attempted, the Daughter of an Officer, at 

Darmstadt 2\ m 5 d 
Sues. Gulf of. at^he Time of the Exodus. 23 a 5 a 
Sunday Opening of Museums, 26 j 5 f 
School Association, Jubilee Celebration, 6 

Society, Ninth Annual Meeting. 19 m 10 a 

Meeting at Apaley House, 23 ; 12 « 

Trading, the Prince of Wales's Reply to a 

Letter Addressed to him about, 12 a M e 
Sunderland, Munificent Bequest of Mr. Hodson 

to the Town of, SjSd 
Surgeons, Royal College of. List of Past Ezsro- 
inations, 4 a 10 k—6 a 10 </— 7 a 10 h^\f a i I 
rf— 10« 10/-— 11 a4/-U a 3 6-17 a G «— 
18 « 7 s— 24 a 9 /-25 * 4 «— 26 n 1 1 /•-28 a 
5 /'—29 a 8 tf— 12 m 11 e>-15 w9e-l6m4 / 
~21 m $ 6-^22 m 5 /'— 28 m 4 /— 26 m 13 <r— 
31 m < 6—2 j 12 6—14 ; 5 /— 16 y 12 /— 21 
ilOb 

Award of Prizes, W u i f 

New Members and Fellows. 6 m 10 <f 

Professor Flower Resigns hia Office of 

Conserrator of the Museum. 3 a (> /' 
Surr ey Coroners, Compensation to. 12 a 9 / 
SUSPENSIONS :— 

Barkley and Uasson. of Baltimore, 3 ; 3 a 

• Buchanan, Joshua, and Suns, of Glasgow, 

18m M i 
Carhart, Whitford A Co., of New York, 19 

Erie Sarings Bank, Pennsylrania, 20 m 6 6 

—23 m 6 a 

Fish and Hatch. 1 7 m 7 a 

Gewithth and Sons, of Vienna. 27 m 5 « 

Gillespie & Co., of Crutched Friars, 9 a 11 a 

10 «i 116 

- — lluuii^hroy, B., & Co., 26 a 13 a 



Snspens'cnB {rontinwfi), 

Irae^on and Sons, of Middlebrou^h. 10 a 6 6 

Keene. James K., of New York. 2 /m 5 e 

Knox k (>).. of Glasgow. 9 w 1 1 a 

Leitch. Patten & Co.. of Glas^^ow, 13 /« 9 a 

M'Culloch, Beecher & Co.. of New York, 19 

m 7 a 

Marine National Bank, tee Banking 

Morgan, Matthew and Sons. 25 / 5 <i 

Micholson, Aid. John, of Sunderlaml. 1 1 

; II « 

North Western Car Company, of Mmesota, 

12 mJ e 

Pinckney, William, of New York. 19 w 7 a 

Ward and Grant, of New York, 10 « 7 6— 

23 m 5 (> 

Wertheinier, — , of Vienna, 27 m 5 c 

Wiess, Bernard and Sons, of Vienna. 27 m 

Susini (Signer) Appeal for the Family of. 1 7 / 9/ 
Swediiih C'hurvh and the ETangelical AUiiince. 

23; 6/ 
Swiiuining B^th m Whitechapel, 2\) m 7 6— G j I 

/-4H0« 
IWITZBBLAND:- 

Anarchists m, 5 <t 7 c 

Coinsge of, \7 aS d 

Inter Cantonal Conference, 26 w 8 a 

Legislative Proceedings. 12 m 8 6—6 / 5 # 

Miscellanyous News. 7 / 7 « 

Salvationists in, [5 a 3 d 

Statue to General Dufour Unvdlod. in 

Geneva, 8 ; 8 e 

Senor Zorilla Banished from. 1 1 a 3 <f 

Sykes (T.) on Breeding Draught Horses, 12 « 4 r 
Symonds ( Adm. Sir Thomas; on the Navy, 12 m 

9 rf— 19 m 8/ 
Symons (G. J.) on the Earthquake in England, 

23a 7 r 
Syria. Projected Tour of M. de Neledoff in, 28 a 

6 -29a 6 s 

T. 
Taglioni (Maria) Reminiscenses of, 29 a 4 4 
Tahiii. Movements of the Ex-Queen, 6 a 7 c— 7 

a 5 f 
Tailors* Benevolent Institution, 4<th Anniversary 

Festival, 14; 6e 
Tait (Lawson) Notification of Infectious Disease^*, 

28 / 6 / 
Tsllack (William), 18 a 7/" 
Talluw ( handlers* Company, Dinner, 23 m 1 1 rf 
Taniberlik (Si^nior) Concert Giving Tour in 

Kuiairi, 17 / 9 e 
Tanired Charities. 16 ? 12 / 
Tangier. British Government Present a Life-Beat 

to for their Aid Kendered to the Punjaub, 29 

a II r 
Taiiiore District, Manual of, 18a 7 « 
Tanlcerville Great Consuls Mining Company, 

Closing of the Mines, 10 si 9 s 
"Tauchnitz Legacies, 12 m 8 « 
Tawhiao Kmg of, and his Suite in London. 5 > 9 

/-lO ;5/ 
Taxation of Gold and Silver Plate, 1 a 4 /*— 8 a 

8 /-U; 13/— 19 /Ua 
Taylor ( BnDn) Monument to, in Perc la Chaise, 

Uiivi'ilcii, ifi m 5 c 



tay 



palmer's index to '^lllE TIMR8 ** NEWSPAPER. 



[AprU. 1 ** 



T:)}lor (Sedlej) on Profit-ShArinK, ft ; 4 « 
— ( Helen B.) on the Health Exhibitiun, 4 ; 10 / 
Technical iiAiucAtion. 2'5 a 7 /— 5 ; 1 1 o 
-^ — Ko/al Commission on, Final Report, 1 6 m 4 r 
IVIegraph TAriifs* a PAper on, 26 m 1 1 i/ 
TELEGRAPHS:— 

Anglo-AmericAA, 5 tf IS « 

Bangkok, 3 a 10 # 

BrAzilian Submarine, 1 1 a 8 /*— 24 a 1 1 e— 

;{1 miSd 

- CAnArj Inlands and Senegal, 16 a 5 # 

'_ Direct United Sutef Cable, 5 a 13 e 

' EAfltern, 5 a 18 «— 27 /lie 

Exteniiion. AastraUsiA And ChinA, 4 a 1 1 

rf— 11 8/-24 a 11 c 

• Great Northern of Copenhagen. Smile 

• German Union and Trust, 7 a 7 a 

' — Indo-European, S a 11 e— If a 9 6—29 a 

lie 

London PlAtino-BrAiiliAn, 10 m 13 i— 26 m 

13c 

MonterideAn Bratilian, 23 o 1 1 c 

New AtUntio. 24 « 7e— 11 / 11/-2S ; 12 • 

OverheAd Wires. 21 m 10 k 

Portuguese- American, 3 i 3 < 

Renter's, 17 a 11 r— 24 oils 

State of Shares in Companies, ««« everj^ 

d<tif*s paper 
- — Submarine Cables. 9 a \0 f 

Trust Company, 1 m 11 r— 15 mile 

Convention, 19 ; 5 rf 

Teheran, Wonderful Feat of Telegraphy, 

'60 a^ b 
West India And PAnAmA. 1 m 11 c— 14 m 13 

r— 26 m 13 r 
Telpherage. Professor Jenkin on. 26 m 3 r 
TemperAiice Walk of WAston. SaS d 
Temple Church, Open Sendee on Good FridAj 

Evening, 8 a 10 a 

PreAchert f«r KAster Day. 11 « 4 r 

^ Spi-cial Serrices at, 17 m 6 i— 20 m 4 < 

Inner. Dinner. 1 m 9/ 

Gardens, 31 m 13 « 

Grand Dinners at, 19> 6 a 

Middle, Grand Day. 19 ; € a 

At EAster Term at, 15 m 9 /" 

' Award of Scholarships, 26 > 7 d 

— ^ New Bencher, 1 m 1 1 « 

9f Diana of Ephesus, Mr. Wood's Lecture 

on it th^e British Museum. 30 j 4 6 
Tennysbn (Lord) •* Dora " Note about, 6 m 11 / 
- — DecUnes to Answer Correspondents, W i\2d 
Letter to tfoseph Senior, the Blind Poet of 

Sh^fSeld on Receiving a Copy of his *• Sparks 

from the Anvil.'* 1 1 a 5 « 

A Plagiarism and Suggestijon. 22 m, 3 /' 

Thames Communications, 21 '/ 6 e 

-^ — Condition of. at Richmond and Kew. *Jl ; 1 2 e 

Meeting of the Select Committee on the 

~ Preservation of, 2 a 12 < -8 « ^/—^ m 7 /*— 6 

M 10 u— 13 m 9 a— 15 m 8 ft— 17 m 12 6— 2 > m 

10 6—24 m 9/— 18 ; 6 A- 14 i 14 /-IH; 12 6 

—24 ; 4 a 
Number of Bodies Found in during 1882-3, 

20/8 

State of, 28 / 6 A 

Lower, Sewerage Scheme, 26 j Uy 



8 a 



ill 



I Thames Church Mission, Annual Meeting. 

II f 
Tharsis Sulphur and Copper CompaDy, 10 < 

r— l6rt9/>— 24t lid 
THBAXaESte.:— 

\Siod 

BiU, 8 a 10 6 

Albert Hall, Mr. Aa<tin*a AnnOAl CttlH^iTt 

At, I2m9<f— lCm4/' 

Watts's AnnoAl Concert At, 2$ f S d 

Alhambra, 10 a II « 

Avenue, 2 m 4 </-36 m \0 d 

Benedict. Sir Julius, Jubilee Concerte, 7 

; l2«-.9;6<f— 19;6e 

Bernhardt, Madame, as Lady Macbeth at 

the Porte t»t. Martin, in P«ris, 22 m a •— :?5 
^ 10 a 

Comedy, 26 m 10 ^ 

Court, 2 m 10 »— 5 m 6 ^ 

Co vent Garden. German OperA At, 5> 6 r'^ 

1G;6«— 23/8A— 27 9 9/* 

Italian Opera, I m 10«— Sni4 /"— 12 m Kc 

Signor Salvinfa FAreweU, 6 a 12/ 

CriteriAn. 17 a 9./— 18 a 9 /"— 23 m 4 c 

Drury LAne, English OperA At, 5 a 5 a — 21 

a 8 a— 24 a 8 6—12 mSe 
»• the CAnterbury Pilgrims ** At. 29 a 8 6 

Easter Week at the Various. 14 a 10 if 

Elephant and Castle, 3 ; Sj 

the Empire, 19 a 10 a 

— FareweU Supper to LAwrance BArrett at. 

9/11/ 

GAiety, 8 a 8 «— 26 « 5 «/ 

French PUys At, 10 / 5/— 14 ; 12 a— i»g 

j 4 «— 28 ; 7 f 

Globe. It a 10 a 

GrAnd At Islfaigton, 3 j 37 

HAymArket, 6m6d 

" Rival! " at. 6 m 18 c 

H. Maiesty's, 15 a 3 i^ 

Holbom, 23 m 4 d— 3 i 8/ 

Mr. Irving'* Company, 7 m 12/— t m <> c^— 

9 m 9/— 13m 11 d 

Henry Leslie's Choir. 28 o 7/— 19,m € e 

Lyceum, 2 m 4 rf— 2 ; 7 e 

Monday PopttUr Concert<« 2 a 6 /— 8 <» Id 

6- 10 m 6 # 
National Opera House on the Thnmei 

EmbAnkioent, SAle of the MAteriAls. 25 / 9 /— 

26J11/ 

Novelty, 8 m 10 6 

— Olympic. 12 m 8<? 

Opt'rA Comi<|ue, 8 m 10.6—13 m 10 r 

Operatic Prospects, 12 a 10 c 

Philharmonic Society Concerts. 24 a 12 r— 

22 m4 a— 29m OS 

Popular Ballad ConceKs. 8 m 6 «/— 36 m 6 /' 

Meeting at Lady Brassey's to Aid the 

Commit tee, 21 ; 10 6 

Princess's 23 m 4 e 

Prince's Hall. 29 m 12 a— 31 m 9 « 

Mr. Dutton Cook'a Concert, 9 ; 9 /* 

Indian Tableaux at. II » ."> f 

Sinnor Kottedim's Concerts st. 20 » 4 ^ 

Princo'9 Theatre, 22 a 10 rf— 21 m 12 k—iS 

„, 4 A—H I 5 f 

Prince of Wales' 2 / 7 c 



>»une 30, 1884.] 



PALMEb'S IKDSX to " riTE TIMBS " NEWSPAPER. 



TVLp 



^Tlieatres {^amtinueif). 

Koyal ItaUan Opera, 15 m 8 «— 19 w 6 rf— 

2;5 w « a— 29 m 12 «— 5S j 7 6—16 / 10 c-25 
;12a 

SartsatiB, Senor, Seriaa of Four Grand Con- 

cerfi, 24 « 6 /-12 m 12 4—22 m 7 a— 1 1 H'^ d 

6t. George'* Hall, Mr. and Mri. Gvrmaa 

R«edat, 20; We 

St. James*!. \Sa9f 

Hall. Mr. Cugins's Concert, 18 ) 10 c 

Mdnie. Estipuff^s JPianoferte Recital, 22 



m 7 c 
^ Richter Concerts at, 22 « 10 <jf— 6 m 9/ 

— Urn 4/— 27 « 11 rf— 9; 5«— 11; 12 rf— 18 
7 5 c/ 
■ Dr. Von Bulow and Senor Saraaati at, 

3 ni4W 

Mr. Willing'! Choir at, 28 a 12 t 

Mdlle. Theniard'f " Conferenoes " at Stein- 
way Hall, 14; 12 a 

. Toole's 28 « 4 f 

I'lieatrical Mission, Meeting at the Mansiuil 

House to Aid, 5 a II / 
The Timet, the Number of this Day the Largest 

Daily Paper ever Issued Except tke one of 

June2Ut 18<il, 14 ; 18/ 

the Pi-ifUett RegiMter on the Great Papery l6 

? 86 

Thomas (E. W.) on the Criminal Law Amend- 
ment Bill. 12 a (S e 

^Lynall) his (^laims, 18 ; 8 d 

Thorman(A. J.)Case of John Wilsher a Faithful 
. Servant, 10 m 10 c 

Thomhill (,T.) on Sugar Bounties. 20 > 4 if 
Thomley and Lud worth Collieries, CUtims 
. Admitted by Colliers against, 19 a 12 / 
7'hought Reading. Mr. Bishop at the Westminster 
Palace Hotel aad the Bank Note Test, 19 ? 9 /* 

Meeting at Charing Cross Hotel to Test, 5 

; 8 a 

.• — a Seance in Paris. 28 a 7 a 
Thrupp ( R. H.; on the Cuckoo, 10 * fi A 
1 buiidvrvtorm, Setere in London, 6 iti 5 d 

DissHtrous, at QloucesteroHire, 10 ; 9 /" 

Terrible, at Saville, doing Damage to the 

. Qiralda, 12 iM fi e 

ThummU (Dr.) on the Mermaid Tavern and its 

Associations, 28 a 7 6 
Tibet, Eitploration of, 29 a 5 6 
. — - Col; Prejevalflky at, 30 ; 5 s 
Ticnbbrhe Claimant— 10th Annual Demonstra- 
tion in Hyde Park. 3 ; 9 d 

Memorial to iielease without a Ticket of 

Leave, 20 m 8 / 
Tilbury Dr)ck Mission, 81 m 12 cf 
Tin Plate Trade, 18 ; 5 e 

: Meeting at Birmingham, 12 « il a 

Tithe Redemption Trust, Annual Meetirig, 13 

/*• 
Title on Forged InstriimenU, 2 ; 8 i^ 
Tobacco Duties, Note On, 19 m 9/ 
ToUma Miqjlng Company; 21 « 18 6 
JoUediache (Lord; and his Tenantcy, 16 m 5 y 
rwnlittson v,H. G.) on Birds, 18 a 10 /* 
^onife^eal-fa Choral Competition. 16 / If / 
Touqnin State of, 16 a 12 c-22 m 5 ft— 7 mid 
=^^ Intfirt Duties in^ t^mik 



Tonquin, Gen. Millet's Proclamation, 7 m 4 « 

Notice about, hml J 

and Madagascar Expedition, 22 a 5 a 

Torpedo Boats, Lecture on. 13 m 4 / 

1 othill Fields Prison, ]|lemoVal ^f, 15 a 9 / 

Tourist Wager. 8 a 5 « 

Tower Hamlets Conservative Assobiatibkl, 18tli 
Anniversary Banquet, 22 m 7 ft 

Tower (Duplex) Bndife Bill, 18 ; 10 rf 

Trade, Board of. Notices, 2 a 5 /— 5 a 6 rf— d ^ 
11 e— 12 a 11 a— 23 o 6 d— 26 a 10 6—80 a 12 
d—t m 12 </— 14 m 6 ft— 17 in 6 e~31 m 10 a— 
7; 6 c— 14 ; 12 ft-21 ; 7 e-25 ; 8 a 

Recognitions of Humanity by, 30 m 8 c— 

3 ; 4 r 

Returns, 8 a 11 0-15 a 9 a— 8 m 12 ft— 

10 ; 11 ft 



of Egypt, 1 m 11 a— •23> 8 ft 
with France. 22 m 4 ft 

of India, 22 a 1 1 ft 

► with Savages. 4 ; 8 e 

with South Africa, 67 7 e 

Reports, see ci'ery daft paper 

State of, set every day* 8 paper 

Trade Union Case— Inability to Recover und^r; 

being an Illegal Society, Society, 27 ; 5 / 
Transfer of Laud, 21 m 5 6 
Transvaal Delegates. Notes abodt, 19 j 4 a 

at Lisbon, 30 o 7 rf— 1 » 5 « 

Movements of, 19 m 8 a— 22 a 5 e— 24 iA 

7 «-3j 3 d— 9 ; 7 rf— 10 ; 5 e A *— 11 ; 5 et— 

12;6a— 18;6c 
Annual Sievenue, 10 r? 6 / 

Blue Book on the Aif airs df , 7 / 6 d 

^-^ Defence Memorial, '6\ m^k 

- Finances, 5 a 6 e 

Loan, 6;5e— i2;5/ 

Trawling Commission, 29 a 8 0—8 « 12 rf— 14 « 

I2e— 28; 18 rf 
Treloar and Sons, on M*t Making in Prisons, 7 

alt 
Trench (B. B.)oii Communication with the Guard 

on Railway Travelling, 21 m 6/ 
Tricycllsts and the Parks, 6 m 10 a 
Trinidad. New Governor, S j 7 f 
Trinity House, Special Court, 10 ; 9 / 
Tripp (F. E.) Flowers for the London Poor, 16 

w Hrf ... 

Trust Funds and the Conversion of the Piibllc 

Debt, 18; 5 « • j ; 
and Agency Company Of Auitralajda, 12 a 

18r— 17»i 13 rf 

and Loan Covdpi^y.tit Canada, 21 m 13 ft— 

80»n 11 e . 

T'o'uvelet (M.) Inyeiltigatloiis on the Planet 
. Mars, 16 a^ #. 
Tunis -Case pf Qen: Benayad, 25 a $ rf— {J m 8 d 

— /»9 7 rf . , 

Claims of British Subjects before the Arbl- 

tWtOrs. 11 a 8 s-29 a 5 rf— 29 a 8 a 

Debt BUI. 2 a 7 a— 24 m 7 «-30 m « / 

L«*ffislative Proceedings, 24 iii 7 d 

- MiscciUneous News, 2 o 7 d— 3 a 5 rf-^M 
alt- 29 a 5 d 

— Railwav News. 7 w 7 d 

Typhoid Fever at SpJai. 2 ; 6 a 

Tlirco-Pefcitn Frtrtftier, 22 M 8 d 



Tup 



PALHBft 8 Iin>BX !• " TBI TIMS8 HKWfPAPSB» 



[AprOll* 



Tiipper (Sir Ch&iiea) BMigns hit Appt^tmeiiU 

in Canada, 8/»/ 
TUSKET:^ 
-^— Aleko PMha LeftTea for CooiUntinople. 29 

• 5 if~80 tt 7 d 

AnD«nUn Priaonert Pardoned, 88 j • b 

and Anatria, %m5e 

and Bulgaria, 24 tf 5 a— 8 mjh ' 

(^laima of Britiah 8ubj«cta ni Covrat of I 

Settlement, !• m 6 a I 

Closing of Proteatant Schoola in, I a 5 » i 

Commeruial Claaaea of the Capitulatiooa 

still in force, 8 a 5 <f 
Treaties. 80 m B/— 6> 6 a 

Central Quarantine EataMiahed, Mixed 

Commisaion to Seek a Suitable Poaition, laSh 

Diplomatic Newa, 7 a ft if~12 fie 

and the Egyptian Queation, 17 a t/ 

and England, 28 a 6 a— 10 m 7 a— 2 j' 5 c— 

23 ; 8 6 

and Egjpt, 12 j 6 a 

Finance. 5 m 8 a 

Gala Daj at Conatantinople, 18 a 5 6 

Greece and Egypt, 28 a 7 c— 24 a 8 </ 

and Greece. 8 > 8/ 

Grtfek Church in, 1 a 6 k— 8 m 5 6—18 « 6 

i/-Uttd^~14a8^A/— 17 a 5 a-18 a 8c 
-.IH „ 7 d—2'2 a 6 a-8 m ft k~27 n 6 c 

and Holland, 7 / 7 a 

International Commiaaion, 8 m 7 

of the iilack iea Life- Boat Service, 10 



laiBMd DMdmte (ce«fia«atf> 
Biddalpk, A. J. W^ 24 • 1 c 



Miacellaneoua Newa, 2 a 18 a-*25 a ft d—k 

/« 7 . — 14 m 7 c- 19 m 77—28 m ft a— 6/ ft a 

and Montenegro, 1 a ft 6—10 u 5 d—li a 5 

e— 12; ft a 

New Military Booka by ron de Golti Paaha, 

8a or 

Pastporta in. 8 a ft ft— 10 o 6 a 

and Peraia, 17 iw 7 rf 

and the Powera, 2i tu 7 d 

Public Debt 4 « 5 ( — 12 m 8 ft 

Quarantine Stations in, 21 m 7 </ 

Heforma, JO « ft <f 

— lieligiouB Difficultiea in, 17 a ft if 

He venue Keturna, 16 a 5 if— 80 a 7 ^—2 ; ft 

y— 16 ; 86 

Tariffs. 7 ? 7 a 

and the United States, f m ft d— 4 jSd 

- Dr. Vartan, brnUl Aaaault on, 28 ; 5 a 
Turkish Arabia. 28 m 7 a 

Embaasy, 18 m 10 </— 26 ; 9/ 

Tobacco Monopoly Company, 18 a ft 6—17 

a ft tf 
Turkistan, Miacellaneoua Newa, 28 a 8 a— 8 m ft 

</— 29 m ft c 
Turnbull v,Lt.-CoL) on Diaoontant in the Army, 

6/8/ 
Turpin (Eugene) Caae of, 2 / 6 a 
Tyndale (John) Statue of, on the Embankment, 
Unveiling of, by the Earl of Sbaf teabury, 28 a 
ft d—b ai 4 « 

U. 
Umnyamann, Note on, 26 m 10 a 
BMCu^OMl^ DIVIDENIM:— 

A«pinall Rich.. 10/1 6 

Bartlett, J. and A. M., 19 j 1 6 



Biahopp. Geo., 10 m I ft 
Bower, W. O., 18 « 1 e 
BrmmweU, F. J., 8 m 1 ft 
Branaon. W. P., 14/ 1 ft 
Brewater, John. 11 > 1 ft 
Briacoe, John, ft a 1 ft 
Burleton, John, 17 a I ft 
Carr, Jno., 17 a 1 c 
Cary. Joseph, 2 « 1 ft 
~ Clark, ElU.. 9 / 1 ft 

— Cleroenta, Mary, 81 ai 1 ft 

— Cohen, Solomon, 29 m 1 ft 

— Cumberiand, Chaa^ 10 j 1 ft 

— Cunningham, Ber. J. W., 88 ai 1 ^ 

— Curtia, C. B., 8 a 1 d 

— Daviea. C. U.. 20 / I ft 

— De Brisay. Ri»t.. H. D.. 10 i 1 ft 

— Deykin. \\\ K., 20 / I 6 

— Ferrers. W. S., 23 o I ft 

— Filnter. Helen. 23 a 1 ft 

— Fori'sier. H. W.. 4 a I ft 

— Ginders. Samuel. \7 n I ft 

— God»on. M.. S. and E., 9a 1 ft 

— GtHKlrieh. G<h>., 1 a 1 6 

— Gieen, Henry. 28 «» 1 ft 

— Quntcr. Tboa.. 2.) a 1 ft 

— Hacon, W. M.. 30 m 1 ft 

— • Harris, South. I a I 6 

Heffll , Henry, 30 m I 6 

Henderson. W. J.. T. C. and F. A., W a I # 

HiUier, J. T., I a I 6 

Hine. Ji'Sse. 14 ; I 6 

Hult.S. A., 10/1 fc 

. — Howard, John. 1 7 ti 1 h 

Ingpi'n. Edw., 1 1 a t ft 

JacikSon, Edw., 1 1 ; 1 ft 

— Jones, Thus., 8 j 1 ft 

Jeurdan, F.. G. and E. M., 9 ai 1 ft 

Juson Hich.. 7 /a I 6 

Kirkby. Wm.. 3 /« I A 

— Lane. Rev. CharYton, 1 1 a 1 ft 

Lnwaoii. Jamea, 7 a 1 6 

Levy, M. A., 29 ;a 1 ft 

Locke, J. N., 12 iM 1 ft 

LiKikett. John, 2 m 1 ft 

Lnpton, M. A.. 21 / 1 ft 

Maberley, G., A. VV. andO. H., 14 ai 1 ft 

Mann, 0. F., 1 1 ; I 6 

Marshall. Jamea, 11 a 1 ft 

Mernman. M. A.. 9 m 1 ft 

Miller, Kev. T. E., 10 » 1 ft 

-^ MitcheU, Thoa. and Rev. T., II j 1 ft 
Nathan, Nathan, 29 ai 1 ft 

Norbury, T. C. N.. ft a 1 ft 

Gakeley, Edw., 8 a 1 ft 

0*Grady, K. G. S.. 6 a 1 ft 

Pocock, R.G.. ll>lft 

— PuUing. Thoa , 6 a I 6 

Uichardaon, H. M.. 28 m 1 ft 

Uiiningfon, Wm., 1 1 / 1 ft 

Smart. F. B., 12 m 1 ft 

Smith. Kicb., 10 ai 1 ft 

Robt., l7o 1 ft 

SUduian. K. S., 80 « 1 ft 

Stenning, A. R., 14 m i ft 



tTuM so, IS84.] 



rALMIR'S INDEX TO ** THB TIMK8 " NEW8FAPER. 



Vol 



TJnolaiined Diyidendi (continued), 

Sullieff. Eliz.. 26 i 1 b 

Templer, J. C, 28 iw 1 * 

Templer, J. W., 24 m 1 6 

Thomas, E. L., 12 « I A 

J. E., 26 a I * 

W«igh. Edw.JSfllc 

White, R. H., 24 m 1 ft 

Whitnej, Tho*.. 3 m 1 6 

Wiles, John, 4 a 1 6 

WilliAmt, A. H. W. and A. O., 5 a 1 6 

H. h*.. 16 a 1 k 

M. and I., 14 jl ft 

Woodbridge, Chat., 16 m 1 ft 

Worsley, W., 24 a I tf 

TJudcrground London, Notes on, SO m 10 c— 16 

Undue Inflaence, 13 m 4 ^ 
Unfounded Jealousy— a Brazilian Story, K a 9s 
Union of Conseryative Associations, Lord R. 
C'hurchill Nominated Chairman, 6 m 10 

Steamship Company, 11 a 8 e 

Meeting, 3 a 11 ft 

United Kingdom Temperance and General Pro- 
vident Institution, 28 mild 

Law Clerks' Society, Annual Dinner, 7/6 

y-12 /7c 

Swiss Marine Insurance Companies, lOj 11 c 

Telephone Company, 21 » 13 

Udiyersal Life Assurance Society, Report, 16 m 
lift 

Marine Insurance Company. 6/11 a 

Unirersity for North Wales, Meeting to Elect 

J^rofesBors, I4a8a— 21a4<f 

College, London, Lectures at. 8 m 10 c 

- Awards of Scholarships, 28 ; 12 a—80 



/7</ 



\0c 



Distribution of Frizes, 22 m 12 a^26 



2Gm6d 



Hospital, Falling off in the Donations ta, 



Meeting to Aid, 17^ St 
State of the Funds, 6 / 9 s 



Unqualified Chemists, Prosecutions of, 12 a 4 « 
Uppingham School, Award of Scholarships, 24 a 

11/ 
Celebration Tercentenary of, 27 / 10 c 

V. 

Vaccination Act, Three Persons at Leicester 
Undergo the Imprisonment for Refusing, 10 

Imprisonment of Anti-Vaccinators, 9 ; 9 a 

Van l)iemen*s Laud Cenipany, 19 a 18 e 
VanderbUt ( W. U.) Lands at Liyeroool 21 m 18/ 
Vaughan (John) Founder of the Cleveland Iron 

Trade, Br>nze Statue ef, to be Unveiled at 

Middlesbrough, 2 j 12 <*— 8 ; 6 a 
Venables (Edmund) Roman Remains at Lincoln, 

20>4c 
Venezuela, News from, 24 a 10 if 
Venice, Warning for English Travellers to, 20 

;4< 
Vemey (Fred.) on Proportional Representation, 

4/10/ 
(Geo. H.) on the County Franchise Bill and 

the Corrupt Practices Act, 14 a 12 a— 21 a 7 cf 



Verney (Sir Harry; Serious Illness of, 11 a 7 f 
—12 a 9/— 16 u 7 /*- 16 a 9 /— 17 a 10 «- 18 
a 7 ft— 19 a 14 r— 21 o 7 </— 22 a 6 «— 26 a9 f 

Vestel Virgins, tee Italy 

Veterinary Surgeons. Royal College of, Meeting 
of the Council, ll o 7/ 

Vichy, ChapUin for, 29 m 1 W 

Victeria, New Governor, 8 a 6 «-12 m 9 ft— 26 
m 11 / 

Federation Question. 6 j 4 ft 

Legislative Proceedings, 1 1 ; 6 d 

the Premier's Pacific Islands Policy, 26a 6/ 

Revenue Returns. 6 j 4 ft 

Victoria Dwellings Association, 81 m 12 <f 

Visitation in St. Paul's Cathedral. 6 m 8 ft 

- Archdeaconry, in Kent, 6 m 1 1 y 
VOLUNTEEBS :— 

Annual ArtiUiery Meeting and Camp, at 

Shoeburyness. b i* 7/ 

Berks, Annual Meeting at Reading, 1 a 10 s 

Brigade Drills, 19 m 9 ft— 28> 12 ft 

Field Days Appointed. 16 in 10 c 

Bristol Brigade, Presentation of Goleurs to, 

by Lady Brassey. 28 i 12 ft 

CaledoBian Challenge Shield, 21 ; 11 / 

Camping out of. 81 m 9 r— 2 j 7 a— 8 j 4 ft 

Camps of Instruction for, 26 m 12 /'— 4 ; 7 e 

County of Middlesex, 7 m 12 ft 

Srd City of London, 9 ; 9 a— ]6j 12 d 

Easter Campaign. 6 a 4 c— 7 a 6 a— 8 a 12 

a— 9 a 10 «— 10 a 10 a— II a 4 a— 14 a 6 a— 
16o3/-16d 4ft 

and Camp Allowance for Volunteers, 14 

o7 ft 

March to Portsmouth, 12 « 6 a 

Plan of Operations, 14 a 6 ft 

Field Day at Gosforth Park, 29 m 10 <; 

8rd Hants, 2 a 10 e 

Inspection of 6,000 Volunteers of the Home 

District. 80 / 6 c 

International Rifle Match, 9 ; 9 ft 

2nd Kent, \*ia6d 

— — 6th Lancashire, 9 ; 9 a 

Largest Attendance at the Manosuvres ever 

known, ul n 7 e 

List of Officers Entitled to Attend the 

Banquet on H. Majesty's Birthday to Celebrate 
the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of 
the Volunteer Force, 18 m 10 d 

Manosttvres at Dover, 4 a 10 if— 9 a 10 a— 

16 a 10 a— 12 a 6 (f— 14 a 6 (f— 16 aQd 

General Orders, 19 a 12 s 

Plan of the Operations, 14 a 6 if 

Meeting at Portsmouth, 19 • 14 

2nd Middlesex, 16 ; 12 d 

8Td Middlesex. 8 ; 4 ft 

- llthMiddlesex,9alO</— 16a6if— 28; 12ft 

16th Middlesex, 23 ; 12 ^ 

18th Middlesex, 16> 12 if 

22nd Middlesex, 2 a 10 c 

24th Middlesex. 24 m 9 / 

Military Operatiens at Aldershot, 12 a 6 cT 

— * Queen's Westminster. 8 m 10 6 

Rifle Meeting at Fort Cumberland Ranges, 

Southsea. & d 7 / 
Royal Ntival Artillery Volanteers, Annual 

Parade, 20] b a 



Vol 



riLMRR*8 IKDEX TO '' THK Tf>lfiS *' ffftlTSPAPtR. 



[April I i# 



XTolttntedn (ronlintted). 

Telegraph Clerks for Army Serrice, 5 m 8 a 

Wimbledon Meeting. 26 a 12 6^19 ; 12 <t 

Vote of Ceniura. Note on. 1 5 m 1 1 f 
VjyyaD (E. K.) on the Earthquake, 80 a 4 6 

W. 
Walford (Edw.) on the Lunacy Laws and the 

Case of Mr. Gilt)ert Scotl. i:^ w 14 6 
Walker (Thes. A.) How to Help Geo. Gordon, 

^Om^d 
WalUce (Sir Richard) on the Fountaine Sale, 21 

Waller (Horace) on the Lake Nyassa, 26 m 9 A 
Walter (—) at Reading, on the Franchise Bill, 

28 a 10 6 
Warbarton (Pien E.) Correction of the Notice 

of Florida in " a Winter Tour iu the Southern 

SUtes." No. 7, 28 a 4 
Wardell (Miss^ Convalescent Home. 14 ; 9 </ 
Waring (Chas.) on Railway Investments, 12 m 5 a 
Warning agaiast Swindling 8 « 4 #/ 
Warren (Chas.) on the Camel, 26 m 4 <^ 
Water Rating. Kew Committee on. 25 a 10 A 
Water, State of Shares in Companies, ue every 

<iajf*8 paper 

Alexandria, 2 y 1 1 h 

• Antwerp, 26 a 13 if 

Chelsea, 20 ; 1 1 <f 

East London. 3 « 1 1 <" - 4 a 1 1 c/ 

Grand Junction, 9 ; 13 //— 12 ; 11 ^ 

New River Company's Shares, Sale of, at 

the Auction Mart, 24 a 1 1 6 

Odessa. 24a 11 d-l6 m 11 c 

South wark and VauzhaU. 11/11 d 

' Charges, 7 m 7 y -18 itt 5 d^\% m 5 </— 19 

ml2tf 

St. Luke's Vestry Notice. 12 a 4/ 

■ Notes on, 12 m 8 /— 7 i he 
i— - Conference of the Representatives of the 

Local boards on the Unjust ('harges of the 

Companies, 8 u b e 

• Customer's Defence League. 19 a 12 « 

' — Metropolitan Supply, Col. Bolton's liepoft, 

la3< 
' Metropolitan Supply, OfBcial Reports on 

the State of, 22 a 10 /— 16 //i 6 y— 17 m 6 A— 

29m5c(-l3j4«-23/ 6rf 

New Bill, 17 ; 5 c— 2(» ; 9./ 

' Question, Notes on. r> m 6 a — 29 m 10 h — 

80 m 11 /— 2 ; tt 6-3i 10 a— 4 j 12 4—6 ; 7 / 
— 7; 14 6-21 ;7e 

• Deputation to Government about, 30 m 

i Kate. New Bill about. 5 a 13 c/ 

; Overcharges Heturned, 18 ; i s 

• bupply. Note on. 24 ; 4 /^ 

of Oxford, 10 ; 8 a— i4j 11/ 

at Richmond, 4 a 10 <r 

Wstford Endowed Schools, the New Building 
Opened by Lord riarendon, 22 a 6 « 

M'liiherstwn (E. J.) the Silver Trade, the Gold- 
smiths' Company and a Drawback. 1 1 a 8 

Wetither, Daily Report o', tee evrry r///v'.t paper 

i — Foreraais fur Each Day, see under Weatmbr 
*n fifth fin If' s p*if}fr 

=-; — ill the l*roviiJces, set every dnu's pitper 



Weather. Weekly Report, eee each Friday's paper 
Meteorological Chart, see every /Irt^t 

paper 
Webb (T. F.) on Peruvian Bonds. 27 ai 11 i 
Webber (Lt.-Gen.) on Telegraph Tariffa, 23« 

11 1/ 
Welsh CoUegas, State Aid to. 2 a 5 a 
Weld (Sir F. A.) Straits Settlements and British 

Malays. 5 ; 1 1 <^ 
Welford and Sons, 23 m 1 1 i* 
Wellington College, Waterkra Day at. It ; 8 <f 
Sutue, Notes on, 10 a 10 /•— 14 ai 3 <f- SI 

»i6/ 
Meeting of the Committee to Coosisler s 

Site for, 22 a o / 

Notices about, 10 m 7 /'--28 m lO f 

Wells (Sir ^pencer) Foreign Order Coaferred oa, 

19m 9^ 
Wemyss (Lord) on Coaralescent R«dief, 2S m 10 ^ 
Wenham (Rose^ on the Dynamite on the Cslaii 

Steemen, 2; 12 b 
Wcsleyan Conference, 16 « 5 /" 
Methodist Missionary Society, Annval Meet- 
ing at Exeter Hall. 6 m 5 </ 
Wesleyans and the Stage— Mr. Fuller and Miss 

Siuies on his Children Attending her School. 

11 a80 
School Managed Repudiating Mias Simes*! 

Idea of Theatres, 14 a 10 e 
West Broniwich, Proposed Entry Of Sangjer't 

Circus into, on Good Friday. 8 a 4 /"—if d ij' 
West Coast of Africa, Miscellaneous Newa, 24 a 

5 e 

End Ground Rents, Sale of. 25 • 10 c 

Indian Royal Commission, 2 m 10 c 

London Hospital, Hammersmith, 10 / 5 /" 

Festival Dinner, 19 ; 4 a 

Westbury, Proposed Incorporation of, SS ; U / 
Westminster ( Lord) on the Westntinater HdB|tftal, 

28 «i 12 c 
Abbey, Applications for Ticketf fdr Special 

Services. 6 m 10 c— 21 m 13 s 

-^ Lord Beaconstleld*s Rtatne tfl« 14 « 11 ' 

the Dean Laaves for the Continent, 16 • 



80 



Lecture! on Church Work 



among ths 

Suburban Woi king Classes in, 9> l\j~-\S) 19 
rf-27 ; 9./ 

New Orean. 19 m 8 e— 26 m 6 c 

Preachers for the Month, 8 a 6 /— 30 a 



10 < 



Sacrilege in^the Head of Major Andre 
again, the Six:h Time, Taken away. 9 ; 9 if 
Service on the Death of the Dake of 



Albany, Notice. 5 a 1 1 e 

Special Sunday Evening Serviooa, 10 « 9/ 
Stanley Memorial in, to be Open to Tiew 



by the Public on the Bank Easter Holiday, 1 1 

a If—Ha 7r 
Hospital, Public Meeting In Aid off, 7 ai § e 

—10 m 10 r 
Propoied Corporation for, 14 ; 11 /"— f» 

; 10/ 

School, Elections. 21 m 12 < 

Union, the Guardiatis arid the Maatar f 

the Workhoupe. ]2 n \0d 
Weymouth, Arrests at, 2 m II e 



^qne oO, 1884.] 



^ALMBh'S INDKX to **TH» times" NtWSPAPEH. 



Vfotik 



What to Do and How to Do it, \2 m 9 d 
^-hippie (G. M.) oa the Earthquake in England, 

24 a 7 < 

on Watch Rating, 25 a 10 6 

l^hitechapel Church, Dangerous Stiite of, 15 m 

§e 
Swunming Baths for, 29 m 7 6-4; 10 «— 6 

»*/ 
Whitehaven Ck>n8erTatiTe Association, Meeting, 

16«9/ 

Liberal Meeting at. 22 a 5./ 

lYhiting (R«T. J. B.; on the Health of Rarasgate, 

lOa 66 
\Yhit8imtide Holiday Amusements, 8 / 6 « 

Railway Traffic, A j 5 e 

** Who Wert " Note on, 29 m 8 c 
Wickes (J. B.) on Proflt-Sharing, 18 ; 5 « 
Widow's Friend Society, Annual Meeting. 24 a 

Wiesbaden, Royal Personages at, 5 ; 9 e 
WUberforce (Mabel) Case of, 22 a 10 d 
Memorial Church at Southampton, Re- 
Opening of, 31 m \\J 

lY^^m* (^ro^essor Monies) oi\ India, 12 in 6 / 
— 2;3« 

(Justice WatWn) Health of, 28 a 9 d-2j 8 a 

WILLS AND BEQtJ^TS :— 

—. — Abingdon, £ari of, 2 m 10 < 

-^ — Ackroyd. Wm., 20 ml J 

Ainslie, Montague, 2tt a 6 e 

Amherst, Lady, 5 a 6 6 

~z — Archer- Burton, Burton, 30 in 7/ 

Balderson, Mrs. Mary. 26 a 6 

Baring. Hon. Mrs. F. M. C, 5 a 6 a 

Bass, Michael Thos., 6/11 e 

Ban try. Earl of. 18 ; 10 * 

-r — BeauTen, Prince de, 26 a 6 e 

Bird, Wm., 18 a 12 e 

— Bourchler, Dame Barbaric 6/ U s 
-^ — Brown, Wm., 23 /no/ 

Buller, (Jen. Sir <leo„ 18 / 10 tf 

« — Byles, Rt. Hon. Sir J. B., 11 a 8 4 
Byron, Henry James, 6 ; U « 

— Caldecott. CM., 11 a 8 </ 
-?— Cameron, John, 30 m 7 r 
-^=-^ Carr-Elhson, Ralph. 6 ; 1 1 « 
Cbambord, Comte ^e, 1 1 a 8 d( 

— Chesterfield, Earl of, 2 w 10 s 
Cobbold, T. Cm o • o a 

Conant, Rev. J. W.. 5 a 5 a 

Congleton, Baron, 26 a 6 <? 

Conybeare, John Chas.. 28 > ^.d 

- — Craven, Earl of, 13 ; 10 c 

Cresse, R. J., 16 m 10 c 

-? Cundey, Samuel, 2 m 10, r 

Curtis, Mrs. Mary, 28 ; 6 </ 

Davis, Edw. John, 16 /n 10 c 

Dunegall, Marquis. 11 a t rf 

Drake, Mrs. Annie. Wa^d 

Dyne, F. G. B., 18 ; 10 c 

r — Errington, G. H., 5 a 5 a 
Essell, Geo., 5 a 5 /i 

. Edtcourt. Rev. W.J. B., 28 ; 6 d: 

Ford, Thos , 11 a 8 <i 

.*— Foster. Wm., 8 m 5 rf— 28 mhf 

Fulton, David, 6 ; 1 1 « 

-^ — Furbtr, Chas. Jas., 30 m 7 f 



Willfl and Bequeata {contiivuea), 

Gallop, John. 2 m 10* 

Gibson, Rt. Hon. MUner, 16 m 10 c 

Gingell, Jamen. 18 a 12 c 

Glynn, Vice-Adm., 1« a 12 c 

- Grant. Geo,, G / 11 « 
Greville. Baron. 20 ; 1 2 a 

— Groi«venor, Earl. 2 m 10 e 

Harfing. J. V., 16 m 10 # 

Hartley. L. Laurie, 16 w 10 <? 

Haworth. Richard. 23 w 5 / 

Hecias. John. 2 m 10 e 

Hewitt. Thomas, 18 a 12 c 

Hitchcock. T. P., 13 ; 10 c 

HoUand. Rev. E., 20 ? 12 a 

Hollings. John, 26 a 6 c 

Howard of Glossop, Baron, 11 a 8 c^ 

Hunt. Thos. Newman. 11 a 8 rf 

Hunter, Wm., 30in7./ 

Keppel, Hon. and Rev. E. •., 6 ; 11 ft 

Lancaster, John. 28 ; 6 rf 

Le Grice. Rev. F., 26 160 

Lewis, Rev Sir G. F.. 6 a 5 « 

Lockwood. Gen. Sir G. H., 13 jlO c 

Longcroft. Major Uen., 28 ; 6 d 

Mountcashell. Earl of. 13 j 19 « 

Napier or Dixon. Mrs. C. A.. 16 to 10 c. 

N libit- Hamilton, Lady Mary, 13 / 10 p. 

Nixon, Wm., 6 ; 11 e 

l^ugent. Geo. Wm., 30 »i 7 / 

O^dfleld. Col. J. R.. 18 a 12 c 

Parker, John Henry, 23 m 5 / 

Reade. Dr. Chas., 6 ; 1 1 e 

Ripon, Bp. of, 27 ; 10 e 

Sabine- Pasley. Adm. Sir T., 16 m 1« <;■ 

Sandwich. Earl of. 20 f 12 a 

Seaford. Earl of, 12 a 9y 

Serase-Dickins. Col. C. A-, 2 m, 10 s 

St. John Mildmay, Mrs. Kitty. 6> 1 1 « 

Stanley Hon. W. A., 23 « 5 /" 

Stapleton-Brotherton, Hon. Mrs.. 20 j 12 a, 

Tattersall. Mrs. M. E.. 26 a 6 r 

/eaey, Rt. Hon. John. 26 n 6 (? 

Wagener, John. 28; 6 rf 

Walton, J. H., 18 a I2tf 

Williams- Bulkeley, Sir Richard, 28 / 6 4 

Wilsop (C. T.) Warning against Swindlers, 8 a 4 4 
(George) on the Artillery Exper»menU at 

Shoeburyness 30 ml f 

(Samuel) Political Organization, 19 a 9 6 

Winchiester College. Annual Exanuaation, 1 m 6 c 

Windsor, New Canon, 21 m 7 / 

Castle, State Apartments, Notices, 2 a 6 /* 

—23 m 9 /— 24 m 6 rf— 27 m 10 6—29 m 8 a— 

30m9/— 14; 12 6 
Wirral Cheshire Farmert: Club, Gi^culiirJOfPer- 

ing 3d. per down for Swallows, 28 m 10/ 
Wolff vSir H. D.) at Luton. 3 a 10 « 
(l)rummond) on the Tobacco Dutiet, 19 m, 

Of 
Wolverhampton Fine Art and Industrial Exhibi- 
tion. 8U//1 lOrf-11 m 12 /-3; 8 c-d) \xj 
W onion. New BUI, for the Protection of , 3 a 6 6. 
Extension of the Franchise to. Notes about,. 

26 m 8 /-31 m 9. rf— 3 ; 6 •—6 ; 3 a— 10 ; lO.t 

— 23 ; 4 'f 
Mr. Woadall's C^u,se, 16 ; 13 <* 



Worn 



PALUKIi's muex TO ** THB TIMES " HBWaPAPim. 



[April 1 U 



W'fimen and the Reform Bill. Meeting at the 
Tower Hanileti Radical Club. 1 1 a 4 /* 

Meetings to Grant the Franchise to, 24 a 7 

y-2*a 8«— 27m9/-lS;6rf 

Suffrage and the Franchise Bill. 12 m 12 « 

-16 m 9/— 21 m 10«-2dm 10 « 

Meeting at New Croat to Support, 22 m 



Id 



;14s 



Question, Meetings about, 28 m 10 6— 14 



Mr. Gladstone's Opinion on. 11 ; 5 / 



Wood (J. T.) Lecture on the Temple of Diana 
at Ephesus. 80 m 4 ^ 

Kxhibitionof Worlcs in, at Carpenters* Hall, 

London, 8 m 6 «~24 m 12 a 

Woodward (Wm.) on the Gray's Inn Road Im- 
provements, 4j 8 6 

Wool Trade, 26 ; 6./ 

Worcester Musical Festival, 14 a 10 r 

Work Hours in Shops, Sir John Lubbock's New 
BUI on, 14>14y 

Werking Men*s Convalescent Home, 5 m 6 t 

( iub and Institute Union, Annual Meeting, 

26 SI 14 6 

Worms (Baron de) on the Gold Currencv, 1 m 
10/ 

of (he AV*a, at Sandwich. 4 a 1 1 6-8 a 10s 

of the it/enfifis, on Mag<lalen inland, 6 m 8e 

of the Atlunt^ not the ^/eiiliii«, 7 m 7 s 

of the Balh9c, on Millbojr, 1 a 10/ 

of the Danui Reinman, over 90 Persons 

Drowned, 6 a 1 1 /— 7 a 10 e—S u 5 c— 6 m5d 

— 9o6«— 11 a 7/— 28 a 6/ 

the Galacia, 28 y 8 6 

of the Bmvtnuliff; the Crew Saved, 3 m 12 6 

of the Senmrint, 26 m 7 t 

of the StaUofFl^ruia, 8 m 5 e— 9 m 5 s—IO 

m 12/— 12 m 12 </-14 m 7 c~20 m 4 «-21 m 

bd-'2bj 10 6 
List of the Passengers on Board, 6 m 9/ 

—6 m 5 /— 8 m 5 « 

Offlcial Inquiry into. 26/10 6—26 ; 6 < 

Surrirers Anive at Quebec, 18 m 10 c 

by the TY/aaia, 8 m 6 € 

of the Thettt, on Brian Island, 6 m 10 « 

100 



WBEOK REOIBTBT OOUBT :~ 

V r6sMir«, 8 « 10 tf— 9 a 10 if 

the EUftkani, 16 m 6 e 

the //' riMf. 27 M 8 s 

the Ijtmvain^ 2 f 4 e 

the Thomas Adams, 28 « 6 a 

Wright (Re2. Dr. C. H. H.) on the Swedish 
rhurch and the Evangelical AlUanea, S8 ; 6 / 

Wvclilfe Quincentenary, Arrangements to Cele- 
brate, 7 a 10 s— 19 a 12 /— 80 a 6 c~19 m9j 

Exhibition at the British Museum, 24 a 6« 

London Celebration, 22 m 10 « 

Subscriptions Received at the Mamioii 

House to Aid. 13 m 10 c 

Wykehamist Anniversary Meeting at the Cri- 
terion, 8 m 6 e 

Wymondham Conserrative Assodaiion, Annual 
Dinner, 19 a 7 < 

Y. 

Yarrow (A. F.) Lecture on Torpedo Boata, IS ■ 

York (Abp. of) fon the Purehas Judgment, 16 a 

8 6 

Notice about, \5m$r 

Yorkshire College, Annoal Meetiag at Laeds, 21 

>lls 

Union of Mechanics Ins titatee at Yeadon, 

Annual Meeting, 19 HO a 

Young ( Frederick) on France and the Australian 

Colonies. 21 a \9 d 
^Miss Jessie) on Ireland and Irish Song. 16 

; Sd 
Young Women *s Help Society, Annual Meeting, 

28 f 6 s 
Yule (Col. H.) on Lord Canning, 2 a 6 s 



Zoological Society. Meetings, 18a 10 e— 23 mSe 

65th Anniversary Meeting. 80 « 14 a 

Zaluland— Blue Book on the Affairs of. \9J5d 
— ^ Cetywayo's Son Crowned King by the 
Boers, 29 m 6 r^80 mbc kj 

Fighting in, 9 7 7 6—12 y 5 6 

Mei'ting of Liberal Members on the AfFatn 

of, 27 m 1 1 6 

— Miscellaneous News, 26 m 7 /'— 2 / 5 c-6y6 
f— 1 1 7 5 a—^d ; 6 a— 27 766 

Note about, 28> 8 d 



I'noted at Mr. Talmer's X'nvate Trees, Tark Uovse, Soiilb llaekney. 



,^ 






Messbs. GABRIELy 



2)SNTXSTS. 



iMTXr ADDJfESSESi 



72, LDDGATE HILL, CITT, 



AND 



36, HAKLEY STREET, CAVENDISH SQ 

Where the 
NITBOUS OXTDE GAS 

VOB PAINLESS DKNTAL OPERATIOKl 
ii iubninietered dai^ 



irOTIGE 

Hie Set of the Index to "The Times" Newspaper is now complete 
in 111 Vols. 4to. cloth, gold lettered. Price ^74. 10s. It can only be 
supplied however frem Jan. 1, 1873 to the present time, hong 
47 vols., price £23. 10s. 

. The parts hackwards from September, 1867aresupplied only tO'<umial 
suhscrihers. Some odd parts to perfect sets are still en sale. 



Entered at Stattotieri' BaJL 



INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES NEWSPAPEE, 

1884. 

SUMMER QUARTER— July 1 to September 30. 



** The only true history of a country is to be found in its newspapers.'* * 

LoHD Macaulat. 



SAMUEL PALMER, PARK HOUSE, BROAD^VAY, 
SOUTH HACKNEY, LONDON. 

1884. 

Hiffht of Translation Resfm(f, 



1]' , 

1: 



255804 



PALMEffS . 
INDEX TO "THE TIMES ""lErWSPAPER. 



SUMMER QUARTEE-^ULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 3(T. 



Bbfbrbkcb. — The 7Ym«« Newspaper having a neparate pagination to each number, the following method is adopted 
to suit it to any file: thus 8 > 11 e means 8th Joly, page II, column fi; the italic letter after the first figure 
noting the month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after the second figure noting the colnmn of 
the page. 



A. 

Abram (Edw.) on Asia Minor, 8 o 4/ 
Abyssinia and England, 14 j of— 31 J 5 d 

Envoys, 20 a 9 s— 27 a 5 /— 30 a 5 e 

and the Soudan, 11 a 3/ 

Accident, Disease and General Insurance Cor- 

P'lration, 11/116 
ACCIDENTS:— 

Addison, a Farm Boy, thrown off a Cart 

full of Oats and Kun Over by the Waggon, 
near DriffleU, 21 a 9 e— 22 a 4 6 

- Mr. Anderson, from a Sunstroke, 25 a 11 s 
at Anstruther, the Platform on which the 

Speakers at a Franchise Meeting were Seated 

Giving way and Upsetting the VVhole. 20 a d/ 
Mr. Archer, Drowned while Bathing, at 

Freshwater Bay, 2d t 6 d 

the Crown I'rince of Austria, 22 a 5 c 

at the Baldwin Lecomotive Works, Phila- 

delphiu« Struck by Lightning and partly 

Destroyed, 6 a 5 c 

Mrs. Bennal, Run Orer by an Omnibus, 

near ( baring Cross, 6 « 9 c 

to the Bldckbeck Gunpowder Factory, 

from the Ligiiitiing Striking and Destroying 
it, 29 ; 7 / 

Boat Capsized on the Aron, Three of its 

Occupants i>ruwned, 16 a 6 e 

oil the Cl>de, One of its Occupants 

JiruMrued. 20; 12 U 

at Guernsey, Four Soldiers Drowned, 

.i'6 a6 U 

• — Six Persons Drowned, 6 a 10 /" 

at Money Point, Mi^s Scott and a Boat- 
man Drowned, 5 « 4 c/ 

in the Ouse. Four Persons Drowned, 



12 a iOd 

Sunk 



at Great Yarmouth, Two Men 
Drowned, 6$ 7 / 

bWiimped in the Cataracts of the Nile, 



i'hree Men Drowned, 15 « 5 a 
— Boik-r Exploioii at Enfaula, Alabama, 
KilluM I'ive .vleii an 1 letting Fire to the 
Buililing. i7 A 6 « 

of a Klour vliU at Morbon, Illinjis. Four 



Men K.ilic«l .ill loclic^^ Iiijared, aai Destroying 
tb«; Mid, tt a J <. 



Aoddenta (continued), 

Belier Explosion at Tinsley Steel Wir» 

Works, Sheffield, 12 a 10 6—15 a 8 e 
a Boy, on the Calais Sands, from a Shell 

be found Bursting and Killing him, 31 ; 5 </ 
at Brymbo Iron- works, from the Firing of 

a Cannon on the Return of Mr. Darby from 

his Marriage Toar, 6 a 1 1 c 

in Bukovina, the Persons Seeking R«fug» 

from a Thundersterm in a Carity were 
Drowned from the Uain, 3 ; 5 c 

Wm. Burdett, Gored to Death by a Bull, 

at Stoney Stanton, 19 a 10 a 

Wm. Camm, Crushed between the Buffers 

of an Engine, at Little By tham, 1 s 10 6 

at the Chapel of Logboy, in Ireland, from 

the Bell Kinging for Mass Falling down on th» 
Head of a Young Man and KilUng him, 23 9 
56 

at the Clapton High Road, from the Burst* 

ing of a Water Main, 1 j 10 i{ 

Joseph Wood Clay, Killed while out Shoot- 
ing from the Discharge of his Own Qim, at 
Hinckley. 2 « 5 / 

from the Bursting of the Clyde Canal, 26 

a 10 a 

Mr. Coverdale. of Harum, who while Car- 
rying a Pitcher Accidentally Fell and a portion 
oi it Knteritig \\U Head Killed him, 27 a 10 e 

in Croatia, at a Fair, from a Mad Pig, 1 a 

b€ 

Lord Donbeigh. thrown from hia Brougham 

fruiu (.'ollision with a Cab in St. James's Park, 
bj ri f 

- the Uev. ('has. Denning, from his Carriage 
Pony 1 1 Icing Kright, 2 ; 5 s 

— Geo. Dilley, Killed by a Sunstroke while 
Working iu ihe ilarvest Fi Id, at Spalding, 15 
« tf </ 

i'rofe<isor Dornheim, from a Fall from the 

Al^.H, :fO s \> ^ 

siv, ,]^!>ri<: iliinkcrioy, of Acorington, Killed 

in .vliiioii.-^.T. by Failing under thj Wheela 
or a L'.insiiu t-iUry. lii a (5 6 

at En.io< oy v4 tarries, Iroui a MaiS of Stone 

Falling an 1 .iu.-vhiug c^cvural Mua. 5 « 4 c 

hXiu.Mij.i at a D^UAiiiUti i^'ajLOi-y in Lioboai 

'lo • •> c 



Ace 



PALMEii 8 INDBX T6 *< THB TIMSa HBW8PAPXB. 



[Jaly 1 t0 



Aoddante (conrimieJ). 

Explosion of Fireworks at Bournemouth, 

22o8<i— 28a7t 
at Pondlcherry, during the •Fete-. Ntft- 

tionale, 17/66 .\ ' :\ "" ' 
of Gas in Nottinghapi* *at\t)^**CFaTea 

Arms, 26 i 12 q .••. • '- 

■ at the Soutl^ Bastftiii -lUtilwaj SUtion, 



Canterbury, ^ ; \0'f\ 

\p Y^enHpn Street, Old Ford Boad, 22 s 



-I — ^ £i OjHi'Ootton at Waltham Abbey Boyal 

53^n^wder Factory, 27.« 6 « 

;' ' of Gunpowder at a Factory near Come, 
' llibd 

• at the Faversham Works, Serieus to 



Mr. Trench and Mr. Punshon, 23 a 6 « 

at Picou's Gunpowder Stores, Dart- 



ford, 22 a 8 d—2'6 a 10 • 

- in Regent Street, 28 j 8 if 



near the Hospital near Vienna, 10 « 6 tf 

of a Machine supplied to a Printing Office 

at Dusseldorf, from Manchester, Killing Two 

Men, Ac., 26 7 7 ^^ 

at the Facrory of Nobel's Ezplosires 



Company, Ardeer, Ayrshire, Official Inquiry 
into, 1 7 y 1 1 e 

of a Powder Mill at Kasan, Setting Fire 



to the Building and Killing Ten Workmen, 16 
o8s 

of a Steam Thrashing Machine at Rnsh- 

viUe, Indiana, Killing Four Persons, 28 9 6 e 
in Woolwich Arsenal Shell Foundry, 29 



a lOc 

Fall of a Large Warehouse in the Centre 

of Manchester, in the Night, 20 « 9 / 

Mr. Walter Farthing. Found in a Pond at 

Stoney Court, near Bridgwater, 23 « 6y— 24 « 

»/■ 

-— - Ferry Boat Capsized at Belmont, and 14 

Passengers Drowned, \ §5 k 
James Field, Drowned while Bathing in the 

Edgbaston Reservoir, 26 o 11/ 
at FingaU's Cave, Three Tourists being 

Swept out of it, by the Sea and Drowned, 3U a 

9/-l*9r 
Miss Forest, Drowned at Taynuilt, in 

trying to avoid a Bull. 4 s 7y 
-^ Walter Forward, Crushed to Death at Len- 

hani Station, from a Bar of Iron Falling on 

liim, 28 o 7 « 

— Wm. Henry George, aged four years, Killed 
by the Kick of a Pony, 9*9/ 

'1 homas Gill Killed by Lightniag, at Con- 
sett, while Nui-tfiiig his Infant, tt ; 9 i/ 

to Glenciinnes Parifh Church, from the 

Lightning ^^tling it on Fire. 12 a 10 / 

Thos. Green wowt, at Highley, from a Gun 

hold at liim iu a joke going off and Killing 
him, 22 ; 8 c 

iiandfeley, a Gioom, Shot by the Rector, at 

llNluin iiolgale, when out Shooting. I0s6tf 

— Hugh Hurd.ng, Drowned while Bathing 
off iSouihsca C'aKtle, 15 ; 10/ 

— .ianic's V\ in^fii'ld Harding. Drowned while 
liHlhiiigat IvilLarney. I t \i f 

- — .iauiee liearil, of Victoria Park Uoad, who 
4 



Aoddante (continued), 

was thrown from his Bicycle under a Timber 
: Waggon, at Waltham Abbey, and Killed, SS 

$5k 
- — to the Highgate Cable Tramway, from 

Missing the Cable en its Bietnm Journey^ 2 « 

8d 
Benjamin Imeson, Killed by a Man Ihrov- 

ing down his Pitchfolk which Striking him 

Killed him on tlie spot, 23 a B/ 
Henry Jones, from a Pistol Exploding 

while he was Oiling it. Killing him Immediacalj» 

22jSe 
a Lady Bathing at Dymchurch Bescned 

from Drowning by Cecil Mears, a Lad of 13 

Years Old, 5 « 3 r 
Lord Lauderdale, while out Shooting near 

Lauder, from the Lightning Striking him and 

KUUng his Pony, 13 a df—H a 6 e 
Emma Leach, Shot by a Young Ifaa 

Practising in the Garden of her House, 21 « 6 c 
Mrs. Little, at Bacton, Killed by Lightning 

while Nursing her Baby, in her own Houses 

14a6a 
in Lirerpool, from a Carboy of Nitric Acid 

falling off iu Lorry and in Bursting Fills the 

Neighbourhood with its Fumes, 14 i 1 1 e 
^— from an Old House in Christison Street^ 

Collapsing. Killing an Old Weman, 19 o 6 d 
I Six 



to Six Men Poisoned in a Sewer, 3 j 6 a 

Mr. Livesley, Struck by Lightning while 

with a Party ex Excursieuisto on Snowdon, 23 

Mr. Londesborough, Drowned whUe Bath* 

ing at Whiiby. 28 a 6s 
James Lowell, Tossed by a Bull, in Cheap- 
side, Birmingham, 6 « 7/ 
at Lytham, to a Little Girl Falling off the 

Landing Stage into the Sea, but Rescued by 

a Youth, 21; 6 <f 
Henry Macinnes by Falling over a Precipioe 

of the Alps, 24 « 10 6 
Wm. M*Gougle, by Slipping off Cora Linn 

and Killed on the spot, I a9 f 
Mr. Angus M'Intyre, Accidentally Sliet by 

his Gamekeeper when out Shooting, 13 « 9 /* 
at the Mersey Tunnel Works, from a Col- 
lapse, 2 o 9/ 
at Miltown Malbay, Two Young Ladies 

Drowned while Bathing at the Black Bocks, 

28 a 66 
George Henry Mitchell, at Ripley, Killed 

by Lightning while under a Tree wlidch had 

b^n Struck beforo, 14 c 6 <f 
at Mont Blanc, to M. Guttlinger, a Tourist, 

Ascending, but Crushed by a Falling Ara- 

lanche, 16 ;' 6 c— 21 / 6 e 
John Nlcbolsoa, who Fell from the Roof of 

St. Saviour's Church. Bolten, 27 « 11 s 
to a Party of Excursionist in the Rocky 

Mountains, 16 « 6/ 
Mrs. EUen Peek, by Falling from the Roof 

of a rluuse in Jupp's Hoad, 25 a 11 c 
— at the Phosoix Bessemer Steel Works, from 

the Upsetting of Molten Liquid over the 

Workmen. Killing Three a ad Scalding the 

Rest, lli H>U 



<Sept. SO, 1881.] rALMXR's indxz to " the tixics " irewsrAPBH. 



Ace 



Aoddents (canttnued), 

— ^ John Pric«, Found SofiFoeatad in an Ashpit, 

mt Nuttingham, Slfh f 
Prince Joseph of Saze Coburg, by Falling 

from « Rock at Austee, while gathering Alpine 

Flowers. 1 $ B c— 2 § It e 
the Priooe ol Monaoo, from his Yacht 

Stranding at Ulklippan, 8 j 10 •— 10; 6 d— 16 

J 10 rf— 21 I 10 e 
Mary Elizabeth RaddifFe, wfco Broke her 

Neck in leaping from her Carriage, 30 a 9 « 

Hie Bev. C. E. B. Reed, Slj9 f 

Rogers and Hughes, Two Workman, at 

Manger fl Lime- works, A f on wen. Killed by 

Tods of Rock FalUng on them. 2S a A f 
General Rumley, thrown from a Vehicle in 

which he was riding. 15 « 12 c 
at Sheemess I>ockyard, t# Moreton a 

Sigger's Diver, 28 ; 4 6 
Sleeping Car of a Circue Company, Con- 
taining 60 Men, Destroyed by Fire, near 

Greely, in Colorado. 1 « 5 4 
Wm. H. Smith. Killed by Lightning, while 

dining under a Tree during a Storm, Sjdd 
Rev. Jas. Smith, Drowned while Bathing 

in the Beachy Lake. 16 a 8 ^r 
Edward Terry, from his Pistol Exploding 

while Performing at Great Yarnioath Theatre, 

25 aSd^l «6a 
Three English Beys of the Meody Scheol, 

Drowned while Bathing near Greenfield, Mas- 

«achusetta, 27 a 5 c 
Two Boys, Drowned while Landing from a 

Boat at Greenwich. 80 « 6 # 
Men, at Birmingham from a Vicious 

Horse Attacking tliera, 20 a 7 e 

— Wagonette Overturned near Traquair and 
its Occupanto Killed er Wounded, 11 t n e 

at Washington, by the Hear of the Unife.l 

States Hotel Falling d«wo and Burying Ki^'lib 

Persons in the Ruins, '> o 5 e 
to the Rev. J. Selby Watson, by Falling out 

of his Hammock in pRrkhurst Friiton. 8 / 1 1 e 
to Miss Wheeler, near Darlington by Lt*Hp- 

iog out of a Chsise. 11 a 6 i/ 
at Worabweirs Menagerie at Wrexham 

from the Lion Tearing off the Arm of an 

Attendant, 8 ; 9 c/ 
to Henry Wood, Drowned while Bathing ia 

the Lea, l9o 11 « 
*"— to WtlUam Weods. in Portsmouth Dockyard, 

from the Steam Crane Forcing the limber on 

him and Killing him. 14 a JO i/ 

— at Worksop, to a Party of Excursioiiista trom 
Sheffield by the Upsetting of their Wagonette, 
29a 8 e 

— Y acht Capsized on the Dee and three Young 
Men Drowned. 26 o 10 a 

- — to Simon Yorke, at Wrexham from the 
Explosion of a Spring Gun ke was Setting, 20 

to Mr. Young. Drowned while Bathing at 

WThiUy. 21 a 10 e 
— - at Zebeijeny. a whole Fiiniily Drownt-d 

from the Flood Causing the Huuse to Fall in, 

I2u& d 



ACXJIDENTS-MINING :— 

at Albert Colliery, near Oldham, 16 o 10 T 

liollinwood, in Victoria Pie by which 

Four Lives were Lost, 15 a 10 r 
Baddesley Colliery Disaater, Official Inquiry 

into, 8 a 5 s 

Baxerley Colliery Disaster — Recovery of 

more Bodies, 15; U/— 16 a 5/— 28 all/ 

at Buck Redge Mine, Pennsylvania, by 

Fire and Explosion of Gas Killing Seven Men* 
22o3 a 

at Chamber Colliery, from a Mass of Stone 

Falling and Killing a iUner, 17 « 11 /' 

«t Chanters Pit, Hindsford, from a Kail of 

Coal on William Preston Grufihing liiui to 

Death, 25 a 9 e 
Explosion in Ebeneser Colliery, Wesc 

Bromwich, 12 a 9 /— 19 « 19 5 
Fire-damp at the Walkenshaw Pit, near 

Paisley, JiO a 9/ 
of Gunpowder, at Vauxhall Colliery, 

Ruabon, 17 y 7 e 

in Hall End Cdlierv. 8 s 6 e— 12 « 3 /— 



17 4 M 6— 18« 10^/^19 45 6 
in the WUlington (/oUiery, at Nanaimo, 

2J oe 
at Haniey Pit. from the Engine Shafc 

Breaking and linprisouing the Miners fur soni.i 

Hours. 2 « 7 / 
at the l^verton Ironstone Mines, to Two 

Men who thrown out of the Ca^e Fell to tiio 

Bottom and were Kiilcil. '^^9 « 8 ^ 
at Moslyn Colliery, ibe Flooiliiig of, 2iy 10 

s— 16 a 7/*— 20 #7 c 

at Parkgate Pit, Sheffiel.l, from a Suddeu 

FlcM)ding. 26 « 5 « 

ACCIDENTS -RAILWAY :- 

to VViUiam Bruiiivich, at Soho Station, 18 

«9 /• 

to Rachard Butit-r a Kirkhara. 8 « 10 c 

lo Mr« Dyer, at (^ue^fu's Hoad Station, 14 

n f 

to Henry Joyce, near Crouch Hill Statio.i, 

I« « 7 y 
to a Child NanK<l Mann, Cut to Pieces naur 

Bulkington. 27 « 10 / 
to a Packsecii(er at Penistone, Stepping oiu 

ol the Carriage on the Viaduct, 10 ji 5 /' 

Ui a Platelayer, at Blackpuol. Saved by 

1 ailing down and Allowing the Traiu to PtiAi 
over him. 16 a 6 ^' 

at Rt^arsby to a Waggoner and the Waggon, 

8b « 6 e 

to William and Jo'<epk Rubinson, at Lee 

Stilt ion. 15 ; nj 

to WilUam iSkurrell at Croydon Station, 

17*76 

to Three Boys Killed at Mary hill Station, 

5«7 /• 

to Henry Wicks, at Balhiim Station. 9 * 9 r 

to Mrs. WilkfS. of VValHuU. KUled jit New 

Street Station, liiniiiiighani. 21 n Mi h 

to Dr. Thoiuaai VViJiiaius, Killed at .Mold 

SlailMll. J6 m S r 

to Mr. JiiHhiia Wii^jht. at Leic*.'<<t4r, .lo n li/" 

iwiW Ath one. 12 ♦/ ii / 

at liowh:.^ Suiiou, 3*9/ 



Aoc 



PALMEft 8 IITDBX TO " THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 U 



ActTidents— Railway (roniinued). 
— near Boulogne to the London Express, 19 

a b 

at Brift Viaduct. 4 f 8 6 

«--— at Bulloch Station, from the Explosion of 

an Engine. 7 9 S f 

— near Bury Station, 27 • 7 s 

Fall of the CamberweU Grove Road Bridge, 

Official Inquiry, 17« II / 

« — at Campsie Glen Station, \2 i \2 e 

— near Canton, Ohio, to an Excursion Train 
Falling orer an Embankment, 21 i 6 a 

at Cunningham. Missouri. 7/67 

^— at Downton, Notes on. 18 a 4 /—I ills 

Official Inquiry into, 1 1 o 6 s 

^— near Ehtree. 24 » 10 e 

•>— • at Farnworth, from the Violent Storm 

Washing away the Supports of the Bridge, 14 

a a f 
<- — at Fenay Bridge Station, 6 s 9 s 
•^ at Forest Hill, S « 9 / 

near Great Coates, o aS f 

-^-^ near Ibrox Station, 26 a 1 1 d 

—-in Illinois, Containing Mr. Hendricks the 

Candidate for the Vice Presidencj, i^ mB d 
*— near Leicester, 26 a 7/ 

at Matlock Bath Stotion, 4 « S / 

^ on the Midland Railway, 26 c 7 / 

— at MiUhouses, near Sheffield, 19 c 9 / 

— near Penistone the Entire Train Hurled 
over the Erabankmtiit and Wrecked, \7 j 5 f 
— I8j lOc— 19; l2a-24 ; 10 /'— 2* / 6/— 2« 
i 12 rf-30 j n rf-4 a 6 c— 7 « 6 «— 26 a 9 /— 

l2tod 

■ Different Accounts by Passengers, Ac, 
17/0 a 

« List of the Killed and Wounded, 18 ^ 10 a 

* Notes about. 22 j 4 /— 24 ; 12 c— 26 ; S / 

-«i ; 2 ./ 
•< — at Pesth to the Train Conveying King Milan 

hi^ Queen «nd Heir. 8 « .'» 6- 4 « 5 c— 5 « 3 c 
w. — near Shiiton Station, 19 a 9 a 
m — near Stain foot Station, 6 « 8 c 

• ai Siretfurd, near Manchester, 27 a 10 4 

•^^^ near Toronto, 26 « 8 d 

«*- at Wels, 2 a 5 # 

•»-«^ at Woking Junction. 28 7 10 s 

at Wooton and Walferton, 4 « 5 /— 6 s 8 t 

-9 # 4 A -^ 

- — Collision near Accrington, 5 « 8 « 

■ ■ at Barnham Junction Sution, 16 a 10 / 
at Bayeux Station, 12 / 7 /' 

at Desford of Mineral Trains, 10 i 6 s 

«-- at Uighbridge Junction, 20 t9 f 

• near Leicester, 19 < 6 6 

•« at Mansion House Station 26 « 4 « 

near Mossend Station, 22 « 6 d 

* near Retford, 80 « 6 e 

•^ at St. Austed Station, Narrow Escape at, 

11 a6</— 13f7 8^— 14'i 10 s 

' near Staines, 16 a 4 f 

near Sutton Coldfleid. 18 a 10 «j 

at Sevenoaks. Offl' i»l Inquiry, \2 9 f 

Afcrngton New Liberal Club, Mr. Grafton Lays, 

the Corner Stone of , 4 a 10 / 
/eland (Dyke) on Distributive Co- Operation, 16 



Adams, West and King, on Crown Windf aIIs* 6 

s7 d 
Adamson (Daniel) on the Peniatone Accident 

22 i 4 / 
Addy ^Sidney O.) on Churih Restwatioo, a » 4 * 
Administratian of tha Law. «m Law 
Admiralty Court Noticea, 6 s 9 / 
ADMIRALTY OOUBT :— 

the BMsaoi'n^. 13 a 4 6 

the Citjf of ChBitar, 31 i 2 e 

the Duneim, 2Si & d 

the Envoy. 7 a9d 

the Foseoling, 81 7 2 a 

the Moratin, 22 7 3 e 

the PrBTwruHr, 19/6 d 

the St*nt9r, 6 a 4 a 

the Wiifiam Symin^on^ 26 / 8 s 

Advowsons. Prohibitiye Sale of. 6 tf 10 /* 
Afghan Districu under English Bole, 14 a 11 c 

News, 26 « 8 1/ 

Frantier Comoiisfion, 17 / 6 rf— 17 7 9 /— 

21 ; 6 4-22 i 6 4—24 j 6 a— 26 j 7 o— 28 jBk 
—28 ; 8 <rf— 80 ; 6 6—1 a 6 k— 4 a 2 ^— A a & c 
—6 a 6 e—S a 6 rf— 12 a 6 a 4 rf— 14 « 6 a— 
16 a 8 A— 18 a 6 c— 22 a 3 a'28 a 6 e— 27 a 5 
a— 29 a 8 a— 1 a 6 a— 8 s 6 a— 4 a 6 s-6 a 7/ 
—12 M 8 /— 16 M 6 c— 19 # 8 a— 20 a 6 a — 23 a 
6 d— 24 a 6 fr -28 « 8 e— 27 tBo 

Letters on, 2 a 8 rf— 6 sSd 

War, Parliamentary Return ol Ezpanditiira, 

17;6rf 

Afghanistan and Central Asia, 14 J 5 c— 25 « 6 « 
— 8 s 5 a— 9 9 8 d— 27 s 5 c 

and England, 26 a 6 W 

Fighting in, 6 ; 7 o 

Miscellaneoua News, 5 ; 7 a— 7 j 5 c— 11 

J 6 6—12 i 7 d— 24 9 6 ei— 22 a 8 a 

and Russia, IS 9 5 f 

Africa, Scramble for, 16 « 8 a 

African Exploration, 80 a 10 ^ 

International Association and the Congo, 

21>6/— 8s6« 

Agricultural Departments of Foreign Countiiea, 

13a 7b 

Exhibition at Amsterdam, 28 a 5 if 

Hall, Islington, Military Towmament afc, ass 

Military 

Labourers and the Franchise, 14 a 2 « 

Produce, 2/11 rf— 16 7 11 6— 23 1 11 6—30 

j 10 6— 6 a 11 6-20 a II e— 27 a lid— 3s 4 

f—Ui 9 i d'-U 9 i b--24 9 U 4 

Returns, 19a 6s 

Science. 16 ; 4 /* 

Classes in the MetropoUa, 27 a 8 u^29 

s6 s 

Teaching, 22 a 8 a 

Show at Blackpool, 21 a 5 d 

■ at Stockport. Annual Exhibition. 5 a 5 c 

- Statistics. 3/12 6 

Aird (John) on Industrial Insurance^ 17 « 6y 
Albania. Insurrection in, 17 s 6 a 

News about, 26 a 6 <r 

Tremendous Storm in. 20 « 5 ^ 

Miss Webster l£mpIoyed in Writing a B4K>k 

on, 20 f 6 d 

Albert Exhibition Palace, Progress of , 26 a 9 / 

-:ji« u 6 



Sept. 30, 188 .] 



palmer's tKDSX TO ^^ THB TIMfiS *' KKWSPAPSB. 



Amd 



Albert Palace Association, \2j \Sb 
Alci'hoUc Drinks, 14 « 12 a~16 a 4 /— 18 a 4 / 
~15» a 12 c— 20 a 7 c— 21 a 7 rf— 26 a 8 a— 27 

Verses on, 21 a 7 rf 

Alexander (J. G.) on the Association for the 
Keforra and Codification of the Law of Nations, 
i a H r 

(Cbiud) on the Maxwell-Heron Court 

Martial. 4 a tf r 

Alexandra House fur Female Students, Princess 
of Wales Lays the Foundation Stone, I j 10 d 
Park, Note on, 24/8 b 

AlgeriH, Disturbances in, 1/56 

Alkali Works Regulation Act, 17 i 7 s— 5 sS d 

Alien Laws, 20 « 2 /* 

All Saints Orphanage, Lewisham, the Princess 
rhrifltian Lars the Foundation Stone of, 8 

iior 

Alien (C. H.) Emancipation in Brazil, 29 s 11 c 

on Morocco and the blave Trade, 1 a 4 a 

AUnatt (K. H.) on Local Names, 2 « 3 e 
Allport (Sir James) Complimentary Dinner to, 

at Derby, 19> 10 a 
AU)sopp*s Waxworks Exhibition, Liverpool, 26 a 

9/— 4# 11/ 
Alsace Lorraine. Frenchmen in, 2 « 6 6 
AMEBIOA-UKITED 8TATE8 :— 

Agricultural Department, 12/7 r*-23 a 6 

<f- 12«8s 

Fair at Fulton, 26 s 3 a 

Holdings in, 7 a 8 s 

Alabama Claims Commission. 26/ 7 a 

Appointments, 9/18 a— 2G « 3 6 

Assisted Paupers not allowed to Land, 17 

>6« 
^— and Austria, 3 « 6 s 

Austrian Consul at Pittsburg and the Chief 

of the Police, 20 a 6 d 

Mr. Blaine's Policy, 19 ; 11 *— 21 / 6 6—26 

#5 . 

Notices about, 26 * 3 a— 27 s 6 a— 29 s 3 

6— :•.(» « 6 c 

Butler (Gen.) and the Presidency, 20 a 5 a 

Csnibna Iron Works Reduce the Rate of 

Wages, 19s8«( 

Cattle Disease in, 1 a 5 c— 6 a 12 e— 10 « 

10 c -16*3 6— 22*9/— 27 f J2 c 

- Census Publications, 1*6/ 

Cleveland (Gov.) and the Irish Americans, 

18 a 6 a 

Accepts the Nomination to the Presi- 
dency, 21 « 5 a &d 

Conference of the Immigration Commission, 

12 * 3/ 

Congress, Proceedings in, 1/6 a— 3 /6a 

-6y 7*— 7/6<j— 8; 6 6 

Cost of Living in Massachusetts, 29 a 6 </ 

Crop Ketums, 1 1 a 6 6 

- — Cyclones in. 1 2 * 3 e 

Democratic Meeting at Chicago. 8 ) 6 c— 9 

j 13a-l0 j6a&«— 11 > 6a— 12; 7 a A/— 

14)6 6 

Diplomatic News, 8 / 9./— 7 ; 6 c 

Disappearance of Mr. Shelden, an English- 
man, from Kansas City, 16 a 3 s 
Election of Delegates, 8> 6 6 



America fcoii^tnue(/\ 

Elections, 23 * 3 6 

Electrical Conference, 13 * 5 s 

Emigration, Notice about, 13 a 6 s 

Emigrants Returns, 7 a 6 e 

Estimated Vnlue of Property in, 10 » 4 6 

Exports, 23 / 6 d — 18 a 6 (—3 * 6 e— 10 * 6 

<rf— 17*6/— 27 4 oe 

Facton«s in Lowell Closed, 23 a 6 6 

— ^ Finances, 18 « 5 rf 
^^ First National Bank at Albion, the President 

Absconds. 27 a 6 </— 29 aSa 

Floods in, 31 / 6 </— 13 t5d 

-^-^ Forged Bank of England Notes Passed in, 

2jlih 

Illiteracy in the United States, 19*3/' 

Import Returns, 21/6 «— 28> 6y— 4 a6c 

~lla 6 6 
Independent Republican Conference at Now 

York, 23>6fl— 24/66 

Indians in. 8 * 4 / 

Internial Commuaicatiou, 1*6/' 

International Conference to Fix a Prime 

Meridian, Meeting of, 22 * 6 /* 

Electric Exhibition at Philadelphia, 3*6 

a — 11 •6c 

Irish in, 16 a 6 d 

American National League, Meeting in 

Philadelphia, 24 / 6 6 

Cenveniion at Boston, 16 a 3 s 

Goods in, 21 a 6 rf 

Losses by Fire in, Ha 5 e 

Mechanicfll Appliances in. 21 a \2 a 

Medical UniTervity, Philadelphia, and its 

Bogus Diplomas Re-appears. 12 a 6 a 

Miscellaneous News, 4 j 6 a— 4 a 6 c—\ I a 

6 6—26 a 6 b & (/— 9 * 3 e—\2 * 3y— 16 »bd 
—27 * 6 6 

National Electrical Conference. 10 *6 6 

Prohibition Ponventio!!, 26 ; 7 a 

Ni'W (^ustoiii House Rule, 16 a 5 6 

Orleans Cotton Exchange,' 10 * 6 6 

York, Week's Imports, 14/6/ 

Post Otfice Biuiness, 30 * 3 c 

Nine Uorse Thieves Killed in Montana, II 

«66 

Pauper Emigrants. 8a5 6— 6*6c 

Petroleum Exclisnges, 8*6 «— 9 * 8 s 

Politics of. Note on, 27 n \2 e 

Porter (Gen. Fitzjohn) Bill Passed OTcr the 

President's Veto, 3 ; 6 rf 

Postal Arrangements with the British 

Officials, 30 * 5 <; 

Precious Metals in, 16 9/" 

PnhiHtoric Kemains in. 30 * 4 « 

I'rfsidentisl Campaign, 17 } 6 6—30 ; 6 6-^ 

1 « 6 (—4 a 4 (^—8 a 6 6— 17 * 6 i/— 22 * 5 /— 
26*3 (f 

Proposed Grain Inspection in, 30 * 9 / 

Public Debt, 2 / 6 6—2 a 6 a— 1 * 6 a 

RHilioad Freights. 2'6jbd 

Railways in, 30 a 8 6 

I<e«enue Returns, 3^ 6 a 

Hiut in Hocking Valley, the Result of a 

Strike, 2 « 5 a 

Science in, 18 * 2 # 

Senate of the United States, 26 a 12 « 

7 



Ame 



palmer's IHDVX to ^ TRI TTHES ^ HnrsPAMrv. 



[Jlllj 1 <a 



America (rontinued), 

Sericulture in, 19 « 12 a 

*— ^ South American Commercial Commission, 

805 ic 

Technical Education in, 14 a 18 c 

Territorial Act, 9aBd 

Textile Manufactures of. 20 # 10 c 

Thomson (Sir W.) Arranjjes to Defiver a 

Series of Scientific Lectures