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234; Bather, mrs. 279; Bayley, C.
N. 276; Beauchamp, earl, 209; Beau-
clerk, A. F.J. 205; Beaufort, duke of,
269; Bedford, dow. duch. 216; Bel-
fast, earl of, 212; Bell, adm. C. 262;
Bellot, lieut. 247; Bent, lieut. r.n.
240; Benton, Mary, 210; Betham,
sir W. 263; Bexfield, dr. 267; de
Bille, M. 234; Blois, comm. 234;
Bloomfield, C. 226; Boileau, ensign,
221; Bosworth, ensign, 258; Boyd,
miss C. 219; Boyle, right hon. D. 211;
Boynton, lady, 220; Bradford, gen.
sir T. 272; Bradshaw, major-gen. 206;
Bradstreet, sir S. 263; Brancaleone,
march. 268; Brancker, sir T. 212;
Brazil, princess Maria Amelia of,
211; Bridgeman, mrs. 246; Bridge-
man, mrs. 276; Bridges, comm. 203;
Briggs, comm. 229; Brodie, C. G.
210; Brooke and Warwick, earl of,
241; Broughton, most rev. dr. (bp.
of Sydney), 214; Broughton, mrs.
277; Brown, major-gen. 205 ; Browne,
D. 205; Brownlow, earl, 256; Brum-
mell, W. 227; Bullen, adm. sir C.
236; Burnaby, sir W. 252; Burrell,
lieut.-gen. 205; Butler, dean, 226;
Butterworth, mrs. H. 211; de Butts,
W. M. 270; de Butts, gen. sir A.
271; Byng, hon. E. F. 253.
Caithness, dow. countess, 223;
Campbell, sir J. 207; Campbell, rev.
J. B. 270; Campbell, maj.-gen. 270;
Campbell, sir J. E. 276 ; Capel, adm.
sir Î. 218; Carey, miss M. 205;
Carnwath, countess, 258; Carrow, J.
M. 228; Cartwright, lady F. 249;
Catt, W. 218; Caulfeild, major.-gen.
202; Cavanagh, C. 216; Chambers,
A. H. 275; Chapman, sir M. L. 229;
Chapman, lieut. r.n. 233; Chatfield,
rev. R. 258: Childs, J. B. and J. T.
239 ; Cloncurry, lord, 265; Cockburn,
capt. 221; Cockburn, adm. sir G.
243 ; Colquhoun, col. 258; Comyn,
sir R. B. 229; Conyers, H. J. 222;
Conyngham, mrs. C. 206 ; Cooke, mrs.
L. 211; Cooke, rey. G. L. 222 ; Cookes-
ley, adm. 204; Cooper, Bransby, 243;
Cornewall, lady, 212; Cottle, J. 232;
Cotton, rev. W. 233; Courtenay, hon.
W. R. 270; Cox, R. S. 240; Cree, J.
237; Cripps, J. M. 205; Croft, H.
235; Cruikshank, mrs. 241 ; Cuffe,
sir J. D. W. 228 ; Curie, dr. 261.
Dacre, lord, 232; Dacres, adm. 274;
Dalphin, mrs. 262; Dalhousie, march.
228; Dalrymple, K. 225; Dalton,
major, 277; Dampier, J. L. 229;
Dansey, col. 238; Dartmouth, earl of,
270; Darusmont, madame (Fanny
Wright), 207; Daubeney, major-gen.
223; Davies, M. 268 ; Dawnay, hon.
A. C. 218; Deane, lieut.-col. 220;
Dease, lady T. 211; Dench, capt. r.n.
227; Dent, L. 272; Derry, bp. of
(dr. Ponsonby), 264; Dickson, mrs.
Dickson, capt. 259 ; Dilke, capt.
r.n. 221; Dillon, hon. C. A. 225;
Dodsworth, lady, 233; Doherty, lady,
216 ; Dottin, mrs. 266; Doughty, sir
E. 218; Douglas, gen. sir N. 252;
Downie, J. 233; Drax, mrs. Erle,
280; Drummond, mrs. 238; Ducie,
earl of, 231.
Egerton, mrs. 217; Eglinton, coun-
tess of, 277; Ellice, capt. r.n. 261;
Elton, sir C. A. 231; Emerson, mrs.
R. 269; Escott, B. 267; Estcourt, T.
G. B. 239 ; Esterhazy, princess W.269;
Evans, mrs. S. 225; Every, H. 217;
Ewing, J. 275; Eyre, capt. r.n. 219.
Farrer, mrs. 261; Faussett, rev. dr.
240; Fead, comm. 235; Fellowes,
adm. sir T. 224; Fetherstonhaugh,
T. J. 276; Ffolkes, miss A. 253;
Fielding, viscountess, 227 ; Fitton,
lieut. 204; Fitzgerald, G. 209; de
Flahault, hon. Sarah, 237; Focke-
day, M. 230; Fontaine, M. L. 261;
Fuller, lieut.-col. 230; Fullerton,
Gabriel, major-gen. 225; Gandy,
W. 213; Gardiner, J. 240; Gibbs, J.
217; Gilbert, gen. sir W. R. 228;
Gillkrest, dr. 277; Godwin, major-
gen. 264; Goldsmith, mr. 238; Gor-
don, lieut.-col. 266; Gore, lieut.-col.
225; Gore, hon. mrs. 233; Graves,
dr. 221; Graves, A. 231; Greenhill,
mrs. H. L. 209 ; Gregory, dr. 209;
Gregory, A. F. 217; Gregory, J. 239 ;
Grover, rev. J. S. 272; Guillamore,
Hamilton, sir F. 241; Hamlet, T.
216; Harcourt, H. V. 217; Hare,
capt. 258; Harmer, J. 235; Harper,
T. 209; Harrington, rev. dr. 276;
Harris, lady, 219; Harvey, lady, 241;
Hawker, col. 240; von Haynau, mar-
shal, 219; Hemsworth, mrs. 261 ;
Henderson, mrs. 271; Henry, comm.
217; Hildyard, mrs. 223 ; Hill, archd.
221; Hill, hon. C. A. N. 231; Hinch-
liffe, miss C. 280; Hinde, lieut. r.n.
221; Hope, sir J. 232; Hoare, miss
H. M. 212; Hoare, mrs. 275; Home,
capt. sir J. E. 267; Hook, lieut. 229;
Hope, miss C. 267; Hopkins, rev. J.
0. 240; Hornby, mrs. 260; Houlds.
worth, H. 261, Howden, lady, 276 ;
Howell, mrs. 209; Huntley, marq.
Imhoff, gen. sir C. 212; Inglis,
mrs. 261 ; Inglis, miss M. L., 263;
Irvine, mrs. D. 209.
Jackson, comm. 276; Jackson, lady,
279; James, T. 261; Jay, rev. W.
279; Jenkins, sir R. 280; Jerrard,
J. H. 217; Johnson, capt. 211; John-
son, major H. C. 213; Johnson, lieut.-
col. 234; Johnson, lieut.-col. 281;
Johnstone, lady, 275; Jones, adm. sir
C. T. 223.
Kay, Lister, 271; Kaye, right rev.
dr. (bp. of Lincoln), 213; Kenmare,
earl of, 266 ; Kenny, mrs. 238; Ker-
rison, gen. sir E. 219.
Lacon, J. M. 248; Lake, vis-
countess, 223; Lake, hon. F. 232;
Langford, lady, 267; Langslow, R.
276; Lascelles, mrs. 276; Latter,
capt. 275; Latham, dr. 210; Law-
ford, lady, 235; Lawless, hon. C. J.
268; Lawson, A. 217; Leeks, mrs.
232; Leighton, lady, 205; Lincoln,
bp. of (dr. Kaye), 213; Livingstone,
adm. sir T. 222; Loch, capt. r.n. 210;
Louis, lieut.-col. 221; Lowthrop, sir
W. 277 ; Lushington, S. G. 213; Ly-
all, G. 252.
Machell, J. T. 262; MacGregor,
mrs. 260; Mackenzie, gen. sir A.
262; Macleod, R. 220; Macleod, gen.
sir C. 225; McPherson, lieut.-gen.
271; Mahony, Pierce, 214; Maitland,
mrs. 223; Maitland, miss C. M. 230;
Makeson, lieut.-col. 253 ; Mallard, P.
213; Malet, mrs. 261; Marr, countess
of, 277; Marshall, mrs. 238; Mason,
adm. sir F. 230; Mason, lieut. r.n.
238 ; Mayers, J. P. 280; Meade, mrs.
222; Melbourne, viscount, 210; Men-
delssohn, mdme. 259; Mendizabal,
M. 267; Meyrick, lieut.-gen. 210;
Meyrick, E. 258; Micklethwait, sir
S. 253; Mildmay, H. St. J. 241; Mill,
rev. dr. 277; Milman, lady, 276;
Minto, countess of, 238; Mitcalfe, H.
232; Montague, J. 267 ; de Montho.
lon, count, 280 ; Montresor, gen. sir
T. G. 225; Morgan, W. 267; Morier,
J. P. 247 ; Morier, mrs. 247; Murray,
hon. T. M. 204 ; Muncaster, lady, 209;
Mytton, mrs. S. H. 217.
Napier, lieut.-gen. sir C. J. 249;
Napier, capt. r.n. 262; Nares, mrs.
229; Nesbitt, J. 205; Nesbitt, lieut.-
col. 260; Nesham, adm. 267; New-
burgh, countess of, 270; Nicolay,
capt. 206 ; Nichols, miss A. S. 220;
Nicolls, mrs. 237; Nicolson, lady,
216; Nicholson, W. A. 223 ; Noel-
Hill, hon. C. A. 231; Norman, lady
E. I. 261; Norreys, lady, 276; Nor-
ris, capt. 271; Norton, hon, and rev.
Oakeley, mrs. 262; O'Connell, M.
234; Ogle, rev. dr. 222; O'Higgins,
+ bp. 205; Onslow, sir H. 256 ; Opie,
mrs. Amelia, 273; Orfila, M. 218;
Osborne, sir S. T. 222; Oswald, J.
233; Oxford, earl of, 208 ; Overweg,
Paget, major H. W. 207; Paley,
rev. R. C. 223 ; Palmer, G. 229; Pal-
mer, lady, 271; Panmure, lady, 263;
Parker, mrs. 220; Parr, Cod. 269;
Parratt, E. 216 ; Parry, W. H. W. 212;
Pascoe, adm. 272; Paxton, lieut-col.
248 ; Peers, C. 211; Penrhyn, lady
C. 213; Perceval, hon. and rer. A.
233; Pereira, J. 208; Perring, lady,
220; Peter, W. 211; Piercy, capt.
212; Piercy, J. E. 239; Pigott, J. H.
Smyth, 235; Pilkington, lieat.-gen.
sir A. 216; Plumptre, mrs. C. 206;
Polwarth, lady, 246; Ponsonby, bon.
and right rev. dr. (bp. of Derry), 264;
Ponton, T. 224 ; Poore, capt. r.n. 222;
Portsmouth, earl of, 238; Portugal,
the queen of, 268; Power, lady, 207;
Power, mrs. M. 219; Preston, mrs.
253 ; Price, miss E. C. 280; Prittie,
hon. F. A. 219.
Quentin, lady, 209.
Von Radowitz, gen. 278; Ramsden,
adm. 280; Ramshay, W. 233; Reinier,
the archduke, 210; Rice, rev. dr.
208; Reilly, lieut.-col. 268; Rivers
dale, lady, 229; Robe, lieut. col. 258;
Rumbold, sir C. S. 222 ; Roberts, lady,
240; Roberts, W. A. 271; Roche, J.
222; Ross, lady, 267 ; Roupell, mrs.
F. B. 212; Royer, comm. 248; Rus-
sell, major, 247; Ruthven, lord, 239.
St. Hilaire, M. A. 259; St. John,
comm. 225; St. John, dr. 256, Sale,
lady, 237 ; Saltoun, lord, 242; San-
ford, lady C. 271; Sawle, lady, 281;
Saxe Weimar, grand duke of, 237;
Scatcherd, N. C. 213 ; Scholefield, C.
C. 238 ; Scott, W. S. Lockhart, 206;
Scott, hon. and rev. W. H. 253; Sea-
field, earl of, 239; Sewel, W. 271;
Seymour, mrs. 277; Silver, rev. T.
219; Skelmersdale, lord, 223; Skrine,
H. 253; Smith, lieut.-gen. 221;
Smith, C. C. 230; Smith, lieut-col.
271; Smyth, mrs. F. 202; Smyth, Principalities, : for the Negotia.
Pigott, J. H. 235; Smyth, R. J. 258 ; tions and Occurrences see TURKEY ;
Smythe, C. 256 ; Somerset, A. E. 253; for the Parliamentary Discussions
Southern, H. 209; Spratt, comm. 233; see PARLIAMENT.
Stair, earl of, 206 ; Staunton, G. W. Elections.— Re-elections of Earl of
M. 259 ; Stewart, major, 239; Stod Aberdeen's Ministers; at Halifax,
dart, capt. r.n. 280 ; Stratford, lieut. Gloucester,
r.n. 222; Strickland, H. E. 256; University, Carlow, 16; election riots
Strover, lieut.-gen. 209; Struthers, J. at Blackburn, 44; elections in Ire-
240; Stuart, mrs. 238; Stuart, hon. land, at Sligo, 95.
sir J. 238; Sturge, T. W. 268 ; Suf- Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 58.
field, lord, 248; Sullivan, R. B. 225;
Sultana, the Valide, 230 ; Sutherland, FINANCE ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR 1853.
mrs. A. 219; Sydney, bp. of (dr. -i. Public Income, 332 ; ii. Public
Broughton), 214; Symington, rev. Expenditure, 334 ; iii. Disposition
of Grants, 335; iv. Public Funded
Taylor, mrs. W. 206; Taylor, J. Debt, 346 ; v. Unfunded Debt, 348;
241; Tennant, mr. 239; Thomason, vi. Trade of the United Kingdom,
hon. J. 259; Thornycroft, mrs. 217; 349 ; Navigation, 350.
Throckmorton, J. J. C. St. V. 230; Fires.—The St. George, emigrant ship,
Throckmorton, R. C. C. 276 ; Tich destroyed by fire, fifty-one lives lost,
borne, lady, 241; Tieck, Ludwig, 226; 14; at Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn, eight
Tighe, mrs. 233; Tindal, C. J. 259; persons burnt, 19; Doncaster church
Tolley, hon. mrs. 276 ; Townshend, destroyed, 30; singular fire and loss
mrs. 222; Townshend, lord Chas. 268; of life in Holborn, 36; at Windsor
Trotter, lady, 213; Tucker, mrs. 258; Castle, 42; the Independence, burnt
Turnour, hon. comm. 247 ; Twysden, and wrecked on the coast of Cali-
mrs. 222; Twysden, comm. 234 ; fornia, 53 ; destruction of the North-
Tyrconnel, earl of, 209; Tytler, W. shore Cotton Mills, at Liverpool, 61;
great fire in the City Road, 68;
Upton, hon. S. 216.
destruction of the Condor, 70; fire at
Valide, sultana, 230; Vernon, lady, Derby, 84; destruction of the Rose-
262; Vyse, gen. Howard, 233.
mary Branch theatre, 92; of Messrs.
Wake, mrs. C. 217; Wall, C. B. Kirkman's piano-forte factory, in
262; Waller, sir J. W. 205; Ward, Golden Square, 100; great fire at
hon. Sarah, 223; Warre, lieut.-gen. Dover, 106; destruction of Messrs.
sir W. 238 ; Webster, sir G. V. 227; Scott Russell & Co. iron steam-ship
Wellesley, march. 277; Wemyss, earl factory, at Millwall, 121 ; of the Lee
of, 235; Wey, lady, 262; Van de mills, at Halifax, 129; the Victoria
Weyer, mdme. 230; Whatley, lady, burnt in the Clyde, 145; great fire
238; Whetham, major-gen. 229; at New York, 154; great fire in
Whish, lieut.-gen. sir W. S. 217; Upper Thames Street, 154 ; disastrous
Whitehead, rev. W. B. 248; Whit conflagration at New York, the Great
more, mrg. 259; Whittam, G. 221; Republic, White Squall, and other
Willonghby, hon. E. 262; Witham, ships burnt, 160; destruction of a
sir C. 272; Winnington, lady, 277; paper-mill, at Esher, 160; fire in
Wodehouse, hon. and rev. A. 223 ; Thames Street, near Queenbithe
Wodehouse, capt. 281; Wolridge, Dock, 162; at Bradford, 163; in
comm. 238; Woodburn, S. 225; Bread Street, City, 164.
Woodcock, R. and T. 256 ; Woodford, FRANCE-Recognition of the Emperor
lieut. 256; Wright, J. F. F. 256 ; by Foreign Powers, ; the Em.
Wright, Fanny (Madame Darus peror announces his intended mar-
riage with Madlle. Eugenie de
Yelverton, hon. B. C. 207.
Montijo, Countess de Téba, ;
the civil and religious marriage,
EASTERN QUESTION.—Dispute between ; the Empress's rank and titles;
Russia and Turkey, on the subject account of the ceremonies, 11 ; the
of the Holy Places, (229); the Em budget of the Minister of Finance,
peror's Manifesto; his armies cross  ; sudden arrests of Legitimists
the Pruth, and occupy the Danubian and Journalists, ; meeting of
the Senate and Legislative body;
the Emperor's speech,  ; celebra-
tion of the Emperor's fête day, (219) ;
reconciliation or “fusion" of the
Bourbon family, ; erection of a
statue to Marshal Ney, ; union
of France and England on the
Eastern question, .
IRELAND, STATE OF-In February, mur-
der of William Farrell, in Westmeath,
33; of Hugh Cauley, in Tipperary,
34; election in, at Sligo, 96; state
of, in July, murder of a girl in
Galway, of John Robinson near Old
Ross; failure of the Crown to obtain
the conviction of the murderers of
Mr. Bateson ; conviction for conspi-
racy to_murder, 96; murder of
Thomas Ball and his wife in Wexford,
160; accident at the Dublin Exhibi-
tion Building, 51; opening of the
Dublin Exhibition, 60.
LAW AND POLICE- Extensive forgeries
in the City, by Robert Ferdinand
Pries, 7; burglar shot, at Shoreham,
17; outrage and robbery at Heaton
Lane, 19; daring robbery at Mac-
clesfield, 24; at Manchester, 26;
extensive forgeries in the City, by
William Anderson, 163. See also
TRIALS and Law CASES, &c.
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, AND DEATHs, Table
of, for ten years, 1844 to 1853, 408.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for the year
MINISTRY, the, as it stood at the meet-
ing of Parliament on the 10th
February, 1853, 169.
MISCELLANEOUS-Loss of life from
shipwreck in 1852, 1; blowing up a
chimney-shaft at Warrington, 3;
view of Apsley House, 3; great me-
tropolitan poultry show, 8; marriage
of the Emperor of the French, 11;
the re-elections, 16 ; burglar shot
near Shoreham, 17; antiquities,
Greek armour, 20; the will of the
Emperor Napoleon, 22 ; attempt to
assassinate the Emperor of Austria,
23; hurricane at Corfu, 23; natural
phenomena, Lincoln Cathedral struck,
a fountain of natural gas at Mother-
well, 29; great storms in February,
30; the weather, February, 32;
jubilee of the British and Foreign
Bible Society, 36; election riots at
Blackburn, 44; the Burmese war,
gallant action at the Aeng Pass,
47; the weather, March, 48; earth-
quakes in England and abroad, 49;
birth of a Prince, 50; sale of the
Nelson correspondence, 50; sale of
English paintings, 54 ; seizure of a
war-rocket factory, 55; the wages
movement, 56; Exhibition of the
Royal Academy, 58; submarine
telegraph to Belgium, 59; opening
of the Dublin Exhibition, 60; sale of
the old Excise Office, 61; Epson
races, 63; election of Chamberlain,
63 ; sale of the Spanish gallery of
King Louis Philippe, 63; sale of the
“Standish Gallery” of King Louis
Philippe, 64; criminal returns for
England and Wales, 65; the “table-
moving” mania, 66; the weather,
May, 67; sale of engravings, 68;
Ascot races, 69; riots at Quebec and
loss of life, 70; the monster Ballarat
nugget, 70; affray at Smyrna, M.
Kossta, 73; launch of the Princess
Royal, 91 guns, 75; christening of
the young Prince Leopold George
Duncan Albert, 75; act for the pro-
tection of women and children, 76;
the camp at Chobham, 77; illness in
the Royal family, 80; Liverpool
election, 81 ; sale at Campden Hill,
the Duchess of Bedford's, 37; dread-
ful earthquake in Venezuela, 87;
Goodwood races, 91 ; the Cab strike,
91; election in Ireland, 95; heavy
rains and floods, July, 97; grand
naval review at Spithead, 102; the
House of Commons on the review
day, 105; judgment of the Lords on
the Braintree church-rate case, 105;
marriage of the Duke of Brabant,
109; the Queen's visit to Dublin,
112; sale at Daylesford, the seat of
Warren Hastings, 113; gallant con-
flict .with Chinese pirates, 116; fall
of a house in the Strand, 119; Don-
caster races, 123; the equinoctial
gales, September, 124; the Queen's
residence in Scotland, 126; attack
on and plunder of a gold escort, 126;
gigantic clipper-ship, the Great Re-
public, 131 ; riots at Wigan, 138; the
Cholera in England, 139; death of
the Queen of Portugal, 148; dense
fog in London, 148, consecration of
colonial bishops, 151 ; singular case
of suffocation, 153 ; rise in the price
of food, 165; the weather, Decem-
MURDERS — Of Mr. Toller, near Rom- Parliament-continued.
ford, 18; of Andrew Mather, keeper vernment by Lord John Russell, ;
of Cleekhinion toll-bar, Berwickshire; Mr. Cobden attributes the uneasiness
trial of the murderer, 26; of Thomas of feeling to our naval preparations,
Farrell, in Westmeath, 33; of Hugh (11); Lord Campbell calls attention
Cauley, in Tipperary, 34 ; of Mr. and to a deputation from London to the
Mrs. Sewell, near West Auckland, by Emperor of the French, [12). May-
their son, a maniac, 39; double mur. nooth College-Mr. Spooner's motion
der and suicide at Bristol, 39; of for a Committee to consider the Act
William Blackmore, at Clayhidon ; relating to Maynooth, ; Mr.
trial of the murderers, 40; horrible Scholefield moves amendment for in-
massacre at sea, on board the Bere quiry into State assistance for reli-
nice, 47; child-murder at Stockport; gious purposes, with a view to repeal
trial of Honor Gibbons and Bridget it, ; debate continued by adjourn-
Gerratz, 51; murder of Boyd, at ment for three nights; angry dis-
Glasgow; trial of the murderess, 70; cussions; attack on the Established
murder and suicide at Poplar, 73; Church in Ireland ; motion negatived
murder and suicide at Southwark by 262 to 68, ; motion in the
Bridge, 75; child-murder at Burford, Lords by the Earl of Winchilsea for a
and suicide, 81; child-murder in Ire Committee to inquire into the system
land ; trial of John Mulligan, and of education pursued at Maynooth,
suicide, 82; child-murder at Brigh ; Lord Aberdeen assents to in-
ton; trial of Caroline Sherwood, 88; quiry into the management and go-
child-murder at Wolverhampton; trial vernment of Maynooth, and moves
of Sarah Baker, 89; the Bacton mur amendment, which is adopted, [21).
der; trial of William Flack, for the Canada Clergy Reserves-Bill of Mr.
murder of Maria Steggles, 92; of a F. Peel to enable the Legislature of
girl ; of John Robinson ; trial of the Canada to make provision concerning
murderers of Mr. Bateson, 96 ; of six the clergy reserves, ; Bill causes
Europeans on board the Arratoon much discussion in both Houses; on
Apcar, 99; murder at Hambleton, second reading, Sir J. Pakington op-
trial of Richard Pedder for the mur poses Bill; in his able speech he
der of Betty Pedder, 99; murder and maintains that the question is im-
suicide in Goodman's Fields, 111; perial; Sir W. Molesworth defends
of Mary Ann Sturgeon, at Burnham the Bill, and asserts question to be
Abbey Farm; trial of the murderer, local and colonial, ; opinions of
139; of a girl in Somersetshire, 145; Mr. V. Smith, Mr. Liddell, Mr. Ad-
of Lorenza Beha, at Tittleshall, Nor derley, Mr. A. Mills, the Chancellor
folk ; trial of the murderer, 146; mur of the Exchequer, (24); Mr. Napier;
der near Leighton Buzzard, by a fana second reading carried, ; debate
tic, 148; wife-murder at Leith ; trial of resumed on third reading; Mr. Wal-
William Cumming, 157 ; of the widow pole moves to reject the Bill, ;
Saujon; trial of the murderer, 159; of opinions of Mr. Hume, Mr. H. Drum-
Thomas Ball and wife, at Wexford, 160. mond, [26); reply of Mr. F. Peel, ;
speeches of Mr. Napier, the Solicitor
PARLIAMENT — Meeting of Parliament General, Sir J. Pakington, Lord John
after adjournment, . Lau Reform Russell; third reading carried; ;
- The Government plans stated at Bill moved in the Lords by the Duke
length by the Lord Chancellor, ; of Newcastle, opposed by the Bishop
opinions of Lords St. Leonards and of Exeter; Earl of Derby maintains
Campbell, ; Lord John Russell's the inviolability of the settlement of
statement of the intended Ministerial 1840, but reserves his opposition to
measures, ; the persecution of the the Committee,  ; Bill read second
Madiai brought before Parliament,; time; in Committee, Earl of Derby
debate on the general subject of reli. moves amendment on first clause,
gious persecution; motion withdrawn, ; amendment opposed by Duke
. Relations with France - Mr. of Newcastle ; after discussion, amend-
Disraeli brings this subject before the ment rejected ; Bill passed, .
House, and comments upon speeches Jewish Disabilities-Lord J. Rus-
of members of the Ministry at their sell moves for Committee to consider
re-elections, ; defence of the Go the Jewish Disabilities, ; after de