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'FORD-VMIVERSITY-UBlRAIOf 




INDEX 



TIMES NEWSPAPER, 



1879. 



WINTER QUART ER-January 1 to March 31. 




** The only true history of a country is to be faimd in iti newspapera." 

LOKD Macauuly, 



LOISTXiOISr. 
SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, W-C. 

1879. 
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BBrBEKNOB.— 7%« Timm Newspaper having a Mparate pi^i^nation to each number, the folIoi|1ng vej^bod is adopted 
to rait it to any file: thtu 8 >11 < meauB Jan. 8th, page 11, column 6: the italicleiur aft4)r th^ fint figmre 
Doting tha month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after the second flgnre noti«)g \h3 cblum of 
the page. 



A. 

A&rgau Spinning and Weaving Company, 1 5 j 5 c 
Abercom (Dttchess of) Presentation to, from the 

" Fancy Dre8« Ball Committee," 27 j 10 c 
Aberdeen (£arl of) Long Hoara of Work •n 

Kail way 8, 22 / 10/ 
Able Bodied and the Labour Test, 24/6/ 
Abney (Capt.) on Photography, 10 / 6 / 
Abnormal Nervous States, Demonstrations of, 

by Dr. Charcot, 2Zj*6c 
Abrahams and Haffey, on the City of Glasgow 

Ban k, 1 iM 10 6 
AOdDENTS:— 
Mr. Ancar, from a Pistol he was Cleaning 

Discharging itself in his Breast. 8/06 

— Flien, Joseph and Thos. Bagot, Drowned at 
SanJgate. 21 / 6 c 

Lord Marcus Beresford, Thrown from his 

Horse while Hunting, 4/ 10 6 

nt the Birnam Slate Quarries from part of 

the Rock of a Tunnel Falling in, 12 m 12 A 
at Bleiberg, an Avalanche Falling and 



Crushing Nine Houses and Killing the Inha- 
bitants, 20 m 5 c 

— Boat Capsized in Dublin Bay, and Mr. 
Wood Drowned, 19 m 1 1 / 

at Antwerp, 8 Men Drowned, 247 12 e 

in Bayble Bay,FiTe FishermenDro wned, 



14;6d 



on the Douglas, Five Persons Drowned, 
12/10/* 

at East London, Six Men Drowned, 2 



>5a 



in Old Grimsby Harbour, Three Per- 
sons Drowned, 18/10 d 

Ran Down at Queenstown, Two Sailors 



Drowned, 24./ 5 s 
Boiler Explosion at Jagar*s Sugar Refinery 

Liverpool. 3 m 1 1 c 

at West Bromwich, SljSd 

Chas. Boucock, Drowned from Falling 

Through the Ice at Bamsley, 10./ o r/ 

— Jane Bnwlbury, Shct by Accident at War- 
burton, 23 J 5/ 

Mr. Bromley-Davenport, from a Fall on the 

Ice, 24 j y/ 



Acddenta (continued). 

Henry Burnett, Drowned while Skating in 

Birkenhead Park, 23/5/ 
Chas. Butts, Drowned in the Thames,. 9 ; 

nr 

Carville and Bailie, Drowned while Skating' 

near Crosi«gar, 28 .7 5 d 

at Chalk- Hill Bridge. FaU of, 4/6 /* 

Li-tof Killed, 4/6/ 



— at Chisscaux, at a Wedding Ball, the Roof 
Falling in. Killing the Married Pair and others, 
11/56 

Church at Moriga Struck by Lightning and 



the Daughter of Rev. Dr. Casalies Killed, 11 

— Mrs. Clifford, Shot by a Neighboar when 
Practising Shooting, 6 / 6y 

— Joseph Close, Killed by Falling Down the 
Shaft of a Pit. 27 m 5 /* 

Geo. Cole, Found Shot in his Boat, 16/ 10 rf 

Collision of Fishing Boats at Berck One of 

which had Eight Stiffened Corpses. 28 / 5 4 
Mr. Cotton Cavendish, in the Hunting Field, 



21 f9d 
Catherine Don. Killed by a Driving Belt 

Striking her on the Hefid. \0 fGr 
-Mr. Wm. Drake, in the Hunting Field, 18 

/■9/ 

Sir W. Hart Dyke, while Hunting with the 

Fitxwilliara Hounds. 13/6 /— 18 / 6/ 

Erstfeldershal Uri, Five Grass Mowers 

Overwhelmed by an Avalanche, 20y 6 e 

Explosion on Board the Thundenr, set Na- 
tal AND MiLITAHT 

at the BallincoUey Gunpowder Works, 

18 / 10 « 

of a Boiler at the Trial of a New Pump 



at Stockton Slough, 24/6/ 

while Making Dynamite Cartridges at 



Mayenwyl, 26/5 6 

of Gas at*Gray*s Swiss Warehouse, Leam-* 



ington, 11 m 10/ 

at Preston, 29 / 4 6 



of Gunpowdvr at Chilworth Mills, M fSh 

— at Klterwater, Kpport on, 25 /' 10/ 

— at Favershani. 22 /*9/— 5 w 6 f 

— at a Mining Village, near Dairy. 4 /« 4 « 



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PALUEH S INDEX TO " THE TIME! VEWSPAPEK. 



[Jan. 1 U 



Accidento (continued), 

■' Explosion of an Oven at the Hone Guards, 

31 i 7 « 
' of % Petard, in Cracow, Breaking Fifty 

Windows, 5 m 5 c 

of Protoxide of Azote, at a Dentist's on 



the Bouleyard Magenta, 28 ; 6 6 

of Six Boilers, at Harthill Pit, 20 m 10 • 



— Mr. Fossey, Accidentally Shot by his Son, 
near Baddock, 17/6/ . -l ! 

— Fall of Four Houses at Birmhigluui^ ob the 
Midland Railway Line, Uji'/, * *. " 
at Frome, f roift (ihe.Tivrir, 3 ; 4 6 

' of Three '"pouses Inl Hither Green Lane, 



• • 



LewishfB\,:)0^10/' 

:{H4htDg; ^Q»t Run Down, oif Stonehaven, 

. :Chr«c Ikfen'Drowned, 26 ; 9 /" 
; V-^r**l.«wls Franks, KiUed by a Colt Falling 
I \ Back on him, 24 m 11 / 
* -^— Gothard Mail Sledge, Struck by an Avalanche 
and the Horses Killed, 29> 6 e— 81 j6d 

Lord Grey de Wilton, while Hunting with 

tlie Cottesmore Hounds, 13/6/ 

Mr. Maxwell Haseler, who was Lost on 

Snowdon, 7 /" 8 6 

Sir John Drummond Hay, Bitten by a Boar, 

28/9/— 80>6e 

— Hildgard and Teale, Drowned while Play- 
ing at Football, 17/6 c 

— Mr. Hodgson, Killed by the Arching of a 
Cellar Falling in on him, 10 m 11 / 

— David Hombluwer, who Shot himself when 
Playing #ith a Pistol. 31 / 6 b 

— Herbert Irwin, who Die I from Taking an 
Overdose of Laudanum, 11^6/ 

Mr. Jeffreys, Shot at a Shooting Match, at 

Hounslow, 1/9 /" 

— Mr. Kingston, Drowned at Ellary, 1 7 /* 6 c 
— 26y 10./ 

Mr. Lambert, from the Charge of his Gun 

Entering his Chest, 2 ; 6 / 

Wm. Lawrence, Shot by his own Gun when 

Rabbit Shooting, near Resding, 21 ; G c 

•— ^ the Earl of Listowel, Mr. Beocher and Mr. 
Hare, from their Carriage Horse taking Fright 
Killing the Earl and Dashing the Vehicle to 
Pieces, 18/9/ 

— Mary Lynier, Burnt to Death at Longton, 
while saying her Prayers, 26 7n 13 ^ 

— - the Mail Bag Found to be on Fire at Nor- 
ton, 21/ 6 r 

— at Melton Mowbray, from a Horse Leaping 
a Bridge, Breaking the Ice of a Canal, Drown- 
ing itself and Stunning the Groom, 16 ; 5/ 

Vice-Chancellor Sir Rich. Melins, Thrown 

froni his Horse in Rotten Row, 19/'o/— 22 / 
9 e — 26 M 5 c 

— Mr. 0^b<lme Morgan, Thrown from his 
Horse in the Strand, My 6 / 

— John Orr, Drown«)d in the Clyde, 13/ 10 « 

— Capt. Patterson and Six others, who Died 
from Drinking of a }'oisoned Spring, 22 ; 6 c 

— Seijeant Petersdorff, who Fell Down the 
Steps leading from the Bench to the Court at 
Barnstaple, 13/0 c 

— a Policeman, Found Drowned at Shcermcss, 
:io i 9/ 

i 



Aocidenti (continved), 

^— Hon. Mr. Plunkett, Thrown from his Hone 

in the Hunting Field. 14/ 10/ 
Two Railway NaTviet, from the Exploaon 

of a Rock on the Oban Rail, 24y 9 / 

Prince William, while Fencing at Bonn, 

> Wounded his Knee, 1/6/ 

Read, a Young Man, Qiught in liachinery 

at West Bromwich, 21 m 10 c 
Two Sons of Evan Roberta, Drowned while 

Sliding at Powis Castle, 16 i 10 a 
Mr. Seeley, Thrown from his Hone in the 

Isle of Wight, 4/ 9 / 
Lt Simpson, Shot by his Gun Exploding 

when Out Shooting, 11/10 a 
Skating Accident, on Lake Wimdermere 

Three Persons Drowned. 1/9/ 
Three Boys, at Henbury near Briatolfiom 

the Ice Breaking, S flOd 
Snowdon, a Gentleman Found who had 

Fallen from, 29> 4/ 
W. S. SUnhope, Falling while Skating at 

his Family Seat, 20 ; 6 e 

Master Stonar, from his Boot-heel ilxing in 



the Rails when a Train was Approaching, Sj 7 f 

— Stourbridge Gas Works from a Large Iron 
Tank Bunting, 12 m 7 e 

— Szegedin, from the Dyke Giving way and 
the Town Inundated, 13 m 6 6—14 m 5 6—17 
m 6 a— 18 w 6 c & s -19 m 7 a— 24 mil/ 

— Three Men, From Drinking Poisoned Com 
Spirits, 1474 ff 

H . M. Ship Thunderer, through the Banting 



of a Big Gun during Gui:-practice, see Natal&c. 
Twenty -eight Fishermen, Drowned off 

Muros, 19/6 e 
Twenty-three Spanish Sailors, Drowned on 

their Way to Ferrol, 2S fSd 
Two Ladp, Drowned at Sunkey, from the 

Ice Breiiking, 30 j 10 6 

— M argat et Valley, Falling in Play on a Scythe 
Knife. 10/6 c 

Annie Walker, Crushed by an Elevator, 10 

/6 c 
at Wilcorabe Bridge, Award the Claimants 

for Damages, 26 m 11 d 
Two Boys, Named Wilson, Drowned al 

West Mailing, 28./ 6 (/ 
to the Prince of Wales, at San Sebastian, 

from his Carriage Horses taking Fright, 6 m 10 

e — 7 m 6 c 
Col. Waterfield, by Falling from his Horse 

in Afghanistan, 17 /'6 c 
ACCIDENTS-MINING :— 

Hoyal Commission to Inquire into, 16/5 / 

—18 m 8 6—28 tn 3 c 

Explosions, Mr. Galloway's Paper on, 19 m 

7e 

to the Coal PiU of Drux, the Water Rushing 

into, 16/6 c 

Explosion at the Abercarne Colliery, Of- 
ficial Inquiry, 7 > 6—8 ; 5 6—9 j 11 /— lOj 
7 c— il> 10c-U>10/-— 16;9/— 17i6/— 
18 ;• 9 /"— 21 ; 6 e— 22; 6 c— 23> 6 a— 24 / 7 c 
— 25y7«-«ni 13 r 

Mansion House, Fund for the Bereaved^ 

25yi0 6 



Moi'. 31, ItiTd.J palmer's index to " tue tiiiks^' mewspapkr. 



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Accidents —Mining (continued). 

Explusion kt the '* Deep Drop" or Silkstone 

Pit, Wakefield, 6 wi 7 «/— 7 m bf 
of Fire Damp in the Dinf.s Colliery in the 

Rhondda Valley, 15 jof-Mj lo b 

' List of the ERtoiul>ed Men, 15 ; 5 / 

Mansion Housa i'lmJ, ^fle — 8/8 a 



— 12,/'9 e— 25 / f> / 

^ NotP* cm, » 7 / 10 6—18 j6r. 

Omciai rri^iuiiy into, 16 ; 8 6—18 ; 6 c 

Vio,:cc-Jing8 to Recover the Men, 20 / 

6c— 2l>t) /-22> 11/— 24;5« 

of I-'ire Damp at Garswood Hall Collieries, 



12/11 c 



at Kelsyth Mine, II m 10/ 



of Gas at Fits William Colliery, Hemsworth, 

27 ; 8 a 

at Grange Pit, nwr-lem, 8 w 7 e 

Oid Oaks, (^olli^-rv Barnsley to Cowcliffo, a 

CoUler from the K'W l\di:n,' i.i, (i / » J -7 / 

10 c 

at Penydarren CoHiery. 24 m 10 e 

at Piiuce of Wales's Colliery Pontefract, 22 

/ll/ 

at the Trafalgar Colliery, Forest of Dean, 

Two Colliers Killed. 28 ; 9 /' 

at the Victoria Colliery." Waki fiold, 11 w 10 

y— 14 m 11 «— 17 w II c 

Tstradfawr Colliery Swansea, Official In- 
quiry. 8 ; 5 /■ 

AOGIDEKTS-RAIIiWAY :— 

l/ouisa bettridge, Hun Over at Moira Sta- 
tion. 24 i 6 e 

Burton, a Plate Layer, ne«r Nottinjhaiu, 3 

flOd 

lliomaa Dowlais, Found Dead at Nincobank 

SUtion, Sf]Od 

Fletcher, a Shrn^or, at Nottingham, 22 /^<« 

a Gentleman, at \/aterlo«} Sttuion, 27 / 9 / 

- lliomas Jackson, v ho Fell Backwanls into 
« Cauldron of Boiling Caustic and Potash at 
Derby Station, 22 ; 6 a 

' Mr. Keave, Killed at Parton Station, 26 / 

11 c 

Oha«. Kenihle Stevens, at Waterloo Station, 

7 m l\ a 
a Han Name J Pot is, KllLd at Favcrchara 

8tation, 6 m 7 e 

- — an Old Man, at Windsor Station, 24 la 6 <t 
Mr. Russell, at Deptford Station. 12 w 11/ 

Edw. Smith, Killed near Crewe by Fuiliug 

from a Railway C'arriage, 3 m 6 c 
Three Lads, Crush^ to Death at Merthyr 

TydvU, 18; 6« 
Two Men, near West Drayton Station, 16 

3 6e 
A Guard Named Weib, a: Longford Station, 

lJ6c 

- At Accrington Station, 3 ; 7 /* 
AtBassily, 20>6 6 

Dear Bawtry Station, 15/8 c— 17 fG f 

near Fleetwood Seven Men Injured, 1 1 m 12 a 

near Leb^ester XT fie 

at Ludgate Hill Station, 25 i 6 o— 27 j 10 « 

— M> 8 k 

Official Report on, U f\\ d 



MX Ludlow Station, 14 m 11 « 



Accidents —Railway (rontumetf), 

near IMiilippopulis, \\ ) bf 

at Portadown. 1 7 ? 5 f 

Collision at Aimondsbiiry Tunnel, 31 7' 6 ^ 

at Cardiff Station. 25 / (i a 

Fenehurcli Street Branch, 1 / 6 c 

n.^ar Glas;4ow, "^7 1 10 e 

at Hanley Sfi'io;i. 21 / G/ 

at Norwood Junction. (» / 6 c 

at Snow HiH Siatiori. 2H / 11/ 

near Stourbridge Exicnsion, 81 j 6 d 

Accountants, Note on, 4 //i \Q d 
Acid Fruits, Offer for an Kssay on. 15 /" 10 « 
Ackwell (A. R.) on York Canonry. 29/8 a 
Adams (John) Revolvers for the Cape 7 /« H A 
(R. D.) Social Notes in New South Wales, 

23./ 10 d 
Additional Home Bishoprics Endowment Fund, 

31 w 4 / 
ADMIRAITT COURT :— 

tile A,t(ji:U%, li f A^ 

the Annie Vernon^ 31 7 4 a 

the Voroline, 17 j 1 1 a 

the Ehhna I^idjf oj the Isles, 20 j U «— 21 

J 3 /• 

tlie F-f{th Owen, 25 wi 4 f 

the 7i7y Rise, 28 / II c 

th'J E af>MI, 13 / 4 r/ 



the Fifetf- the itUige^A. 25 jKt 

the Ghnislii, 14; li «— 15 ; 4 «— ICj 10/ 

the O'orm. 29 / 4 a 

th? // nht^w. 10 /;i 4 «- 19 w e 

the Khedive, (iy 4 (/— 7 / 3./— 8/4 c— U / 



id 



the Vonrwnnft.n, 21 f*4<! 



the Marothnn, 1/4 d^'Sfi c— 12 fie 
the Mnruiiret Bjf I, 10 / 4 r/ 
the i\'vnnitn—X\ni Cnhden. 7 w 4 / — 8 m S h 
the Parfemrtu iJ^j\^ , 2(i / 4 </— 27/4 «— 1 7 w 
- 31 /« 4 /• 

Xhii Hirhiiond, 20/4 e 
the CuiU'itintor, 21 /'4e 



the Bvhert Oixoit. 25/4 / 

the Iiovei\ 10/4 c 

the Theodor Korneiy 15 w C « 

1<i<} { lift Art*-€i/:h- -\\iv Fiu'ti' if. 7 mi f 

the Wilhshif. \A fie -\b / i d 

the West, 0/4 d 

the Widgron — Jai/tes Drake, 22^ 11 c — 23 j 

4q— 24j li e 

the Zoo— the Liraninn, 3 m 4 e — 4 m i g 

Adulteration of Food, 27 / if 

Adoration of the Magi, Annual Ceremony at St^ 
Jjiinosj. Ko il ('h'wl. 7/9/ 

Afghan Question — Louunittee on the War Ques- 
tion, i m 10 h 

Mwtinjy o' Tnilinns in England on the Cost 

of, 25 ; a r— 27 ; 12 a— 14 / 5 / 

in England on, ij (J e—i j 9 / — 8 / u-^ 

in;r; /--ii j 11/ 

AVw J or^//eraWon Russia and .\f>*hanistan, 

War, Notes on, 22 / 9 /'— 27 j 1 1 /*— 28 / C^ « 

AFGHAN WAR:— 

Advance of Troops, II / 5 a 

Alizais. Forty, C-ii'tture a (ittiiu is sariat 

Party, 24y 5 a 



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FALUEU'S INDEX TO *' TH£ TIUE&" NSWdPArRR. 



[Jan. 1 t< 



Afghan War (continued). 

" Aiizais, Preparing for Battle, 2o fo a 

Auieer, Account of, 3 /#< 1 1 a 

Conflict of tlie l:*retender8 on the Death 

of, 7 m 5 (i 

Death of, 3 w 5 a — 5 m 5 a 

and rroclamation of Yakoob, 22 m 7 d 



Hoported Deaih of, 3/5 a— 24/5 a— 25 

/ 5 CI — I m 5 a 

Reports of and of Yakoob Khan. 27 j 



5 u—'i7 u a c 

anfl Ids Enijssariei), 8/5 a 

Kntfis litissinn Territorj, J*j 5 a — 10/6 

a — 11 / 5 a — 15 ;' 5 a — 1 / e 

the Family of, at Maiinena, 30 j 10 a 

Four Ambassadors at Taehkend, II f5 a 



— 14./ 5 f— 27/5 c/— 28 / 6 </— 11 wi 6 c 

Invitod to Toshkend, 16 ; 6 a— 25 j 5 a — 



28/6 0—13/5 d 

Froclamation to hii Troops, 28 j S e 

Ueponed Keturn to Cabul, 20 ; 6 a 

and Kussii, 7 ? 3 a 

and his Son, 19/6 a 

in Turkestan, 23 ; 6 a 

at Tashkend, 13/6 a 

Waiting for Russian Aid, 3/ 4/ 

W.ihdraws from Ci.bul, j 5 c 

— A sasfcinalions in, 29 m 4 e 

i\t»empted. 20 i 5 A— 21 / 5 n 



Attiick oil a Lndv bv a ^Nati\o SSer\'ant, 13 

Job 
' Hard of Mah<--ud Vazii U Bum Tank, 7 j 3 a 

~7jf 8 a— 8j 10 J— 11 /Gt— :iO^ 6 a 

Cut off by the British Tr wps, 9^ 6 a 

Bnziir, blate of . 3 1 ^ 3 a 

Valley Kxpediiion, 11 w 3/> 

t>OP. HuldU'pirs C:unp. (>/;*» n 

Rearguard Attacked by Aiizais and Re- 

|.iil<t' oi ilio Knemy ."» /// 5 n 

Majur Re^nold» Kdied, C* m b a 

( 'apt. Broome, Attempted AssasHlnation of, 

24 7 5 (I 

Cabul Civil Strife in, 6 / 6 a 

Cnndahar, 21 j 10 «/— 10 m 6 6—12 ml a— 

24 IN 66 

Hussien Khan Appointed Civil Admi- 



nistrator of, 26 ; 10 a 

Gen. Stiwart Enters, 31 j5a&b — 17i6a 

— Capture of Ah Mapjid, 4 / 10 a 

C'Ommande]- of the Forces at Ali Masjid 



on his Return to Cabul Blovn from ihe Mouth 
of a Cannon. 3 ; 4 / 

of Shergash. 29 w 7 « 

Chiefs Tendering Alligeance to England, 1 1 



J 6 V — 1 4 / 5 « 

(\mt of the War,20 /6 6— 14/5 / 

Cio. » ng the Kuram River, 1 1 j G a 

IhiUka I aken by the Britibh. Z j 5 d 

Dc'Mih of ('apt. Goad. 20> 8 6 

Azoen Khan, 11 / 3 e 

of Mir Akhor, 27 j 6 6—30; 10 a 

Defeat of the Enemy at Khotal under 

General Roberts, 3 j 6 n 

at Ali Masjid, 3i 5 6 

r)ej«patcho8 from Gen. Robert-, 22 ai \l/ 

Diary of the War, I J 3b 

Exj enses of, 7 j 6b 

6 



Afghan War {contin'ied), 

Fighting at Nawagai Baja War for tlie 

Succession, 6 /*5 a — 6/6 a 
Fort and (Harrison of Maloon Surrendered 

to the English. 1 1 i 6 a 

Battle before, 1 1 ; 6 a 

Frontier Conflict?, 13 j 6 a 

Defence, 26 fC f 



— Ghwaja Pass, Troops Pais through, 4 j 5 a 

— Girishk, Gen. Biddulph Marches on, 24 > 5 
«— 25/ 10 ri— 10/5 b 

Advance to, 13 m 8 rf 

the Briti.'h Flag Removed from, I »•» 5 a 



— Great Defeat of Afghans by Gen. Biberts, 
10; 5 a 

— Hindu Rush. Map of, 28/ 9 /* 

— Indian Press on. 20/ 5 A 

— In^a<ion and Destruction, In the Bara Val- 
ley bv Generals Doran and Ty tier, 27.; 10 a 

— Jellalabad, Account of, 21 i 10 a— 31 j 8 a 

Gen. Brovne in, 6 i 6 a— 8/ 10 c— 1 1 / 3d 

Defence of, 4/8 a 

Camp at, 28 ; 3 a 

Durbar Held in, 18 j 5 a 

and Parade at, 4 i 6 a 



News from, 29 m 4 € 

Placed in Defoiice by the English, 3/ (J •( 

Kokan- Rou'ed at Ihall, 31 m b a 

Kbrlat-i-Ghilzai Surrenders to Gen. Stew- 
art, 3i* f o (t 

Formal Annexation of, to British India, 

Ijbf 

Khast, Permanent Possession Taken nf, 21 

nOc— 25i 10 a 

Territory, Gen. Roberts Enters, 7/8 a— 



13j5fr— 15/6^— 21 76 tf 

the General Takes Yakubi and all th» 



Records, 8/ 5 a — 9 16a 
— Khyber Expedititwi. 17 /"Sa 

Pass, Conflicis in. 2 ; 5 d— 8 ; 6 6 

Making it a Good Road, 21 j 6 o— 10/6 a 

Taken Possession of and Guarded by the 



English, 21 ; 10 c 

Troops at, 11 /8 c/ 



— Kuram Valley, 1 j 3 a 

— Kubhk-i-Nakhad, Fighting at, 4 m 5 a—Cm 
6 a — 10 »i 6 a 

— Mangals, Conduct in the DefiVe, 20 ; 8 a 
and Jadrams at Khast, 8/6 6-^8/ 6 « 



Map of Operations, 3^ 5 6 

March f 1 om Chardeh to Alibaghan, 21 j 10 a 

Marauding, 8 m 12 c 

Military Arrangements, II7 6a 

Miscellaneous News, 18 j 6 6 — 18 7 10 a — 

14 / 5 rt— 21 ; 5 a-22 ; 6 a— 28^ 6 a— 29 i 5 a 
—30 / 5 a-4 f6 a— 6/ 6 o— 10/ 6 ^—16/ 6 
a— 17/' 5 a— 18 /5 a— 21 f 5 th^22 J 6 «— 4 
w 3 d— 8 m 7 d—\i m 5 d— 26 m 6 a 

tlie Mohroands, 10 /" 11 a— 17/66— 11 m 3c 

Mortality among the Camels, 20 > 6 a*l& 

ipi5 e 

Movements of the Army, Zj&e -27 i 6 6 

-_4 fQ „__24 / 5 a— 3 m 6 a 

Mnrdor of a Bheeste, near Basawal, Zfl^f> 

Niitive Attacks, 8 m 12 c 

in Turkestan Agree to Assist the 

8/4/ 



Mar, 81, Im79.] palmku's index to tue '* timks " NEwsrAPER. 



Alb 



Atghua. War {rontinued). 

Nmp York Herald zxiii the Afghnn Embassy » 

3 m 6 6—10 M 5 6—13 m 6 d—\7 m o 6—27 

mSd 
«— News from the Camp at Goomburzeaook, 3 

/6 6 
from the Head Quarters at Karara, 3 /" 8 

a — 4 m 3 d ^1 1 Ml 3 '/ 
from Khast Coluraii, 3 /* 6 6—10 / 10 a 

— 17/6rf 

from Ltihore. 24 m 5 a 

at DoollH Kalla. 3 /\5 6 



Night Uaids of Briti'-h Troops, \Zj 10 d 

Notes oil, 6; 6 c— 1 1 j 10 c 

Offers of Friendship from Native Chiefs, 13 

j b h 

an Official on the War, 24 /* 5 a 

Official Despatchefi. 29 / y/— 5/6 « 

Passage of the Defile from l^apiri to Kurani, 

20 j 8 a 

Peiwar Pass, 1 / 3 c— 1 XjHa -20; 6 a 

Postal Arrangements. 3 ;' 6 n 

— ^— Sawar Killed by Knkar Pathsns, 24 j 5 u 

Progress of the English, 18i 5 a 

Punjab Frontier. 11 jQc 

Qaetta. Food Plentiful in, 4 ; 5 « 

Uaids Threatened on Bunnu, 9/6 a— 11 / 

6c 
Railway to be Constructed in, 13 j 6 a — 27 

j6c 

Reception of the Ameer in Rnsi^ia, 15 ; 6 a 

Koad Tem|.oruriiy Sl<»ppcd by Natives, 2 

>;" 6« 

Roberts rOen.) Sketch of, 11 / G <« 

at All-Khel. 13 ; 10 a 

Head Quarterti, News from, 10 / 5 6 — 11 



/3e 

— and Russia, 21 / fi a 

Declines to Inteifore. 12 /" .'» a — 13 fn a 

Sandeman (^Major; i.i Belooi^liistau, 3 /'5 a 
fba 



— — Search after Mirakhor, 13 ; 10 c 

Shimwama Defeated by Gt*n. Tvfler at 

Pesh-Bolak. 26 m 7 r— 29 m 7 d—S\ mo a 
William Simpson Explorirg among Ruins, 

24/5 6 

Skinui>hing wiih the Afridis, &c., 3^ 3 a 

State of the English Troops, 17 m o 6 

of Military Affairs in, 21 i 10 c 



— Gen. Stewart Defeats the Afghans at TaVht- 
i-pal 13; 5 6 

at Kalat-i-Ghelzai, 25 i 10 o— SO / 10 a— 



81 /5<y— 3 fR a 
Mr. Temple's Sketch of the Khyber Pass 

Tribea, 13> 10 6 
Transport Service, Improveil State of, 29 

Treachery by Pathans, 8 /lO c 

Troops at Dakka. 13 ; 10 «* 

Tttris Offers Troops, 1 5 ; 5 « 

Victory of Peiwar. G / 5 »t 

Wali-Mah Miied Received 'by Gon. Roberta, 



.30>6r?— 3I»7 10 6 

Candidateior the Thrune of Cabut, 24 /' 



*k 



War "New*. 2 >' o o— 3 ; 6 a.to /^8 / 6 a— 8 



Afghan War {ron finned), 

Warren Cooking Pot, 28 ; 3 6 

Lt. Willis Dies of his \^ounds, 24 ; 5 a- 25 

j 10 a 

Working of the "Temple " Route to Quetta, 



3 m 5 6 

— Yakoob Khan, Arrangement to Pay hif 
Troops, 3 / 3 « 

Declines all Ccmcession. 3 /*fi rf 

and tlie English, 17 w 5 u — \t> m 5 e — 2% 



m 4€ 



Negotiating with England. 31 w o a 
Offers to Negotiate for Peace, 3 w< 5 a 
Prooeedings of, 7/6 a 
Shelling Chandol, 5 / 5 a — 5 ; C a 



Afghnnistan— Dr. Bellew*s Journal of Sir Henry 

Lumsden's Mission to. in 1857. &c., \j 10/ 

Mr. Black's Paper on, 18i 6 o 

British AgtiiU in, 4 m 10 6—26 / 11 6-6 

m H c 

Parliamentary Paper on, 1 »i 9 <? 

Africa, Meeting at Preston to Open Trade with 

Central, U / 11 ^ 

Equatorial, 11 /8/—'. 3/ 6 c 

Missions in Central. 1 f ^ f 

Note on. 28 / 10 /* " 

as a Paramount Necessity for the Industries 

of Kn«rland. I9;w 13 6 

- Our Set'ond India, 9 ? 4 df 
African Elcj hant, 2 j 10 /- 7 ; 8 c 

Exploraiion, 9/11 r— 297 4 6—27 /* 12 cw 

28 /'O f-ii m 14 /*— IS m 7.e— 19 w .7 e 

Fossil, 4 /'4 « 

Age of Dragons, 28/ 10 / 

Agar- Ellis Case, Drawin^j Room Discussion oa, 

17/ 11 r/ 
Agricidturafi Hall Company, A m W d 
Depression. 25.? 10/ 

Rxliibition in London, 2.") /'G/— 17 vi 4 «-- 

22 ni 14/' 

H(rt(ling8 Bill. 28 m 8 f 

Labourers in Kent. (5 / /'-2ft ; 10/ 

and SuJ«scx, Eniigraiion of the Evicted 

Tenants. 30 / 9 /* 

Ej'H;tment Ord ts Lssiied agnir.st Men on 



jm.cA d-.^JJba-^'i^jAk 



■Strike. 21 ; l>fl^-2r>/i; 
IM^l^utos Directiona and A«lvltj? to the 

Itemainintr. :? / «>'« 
Ai4 to the Injured, Meetings, 2i /*5 /— 1.7 w 4 h 

—31 w 10 r 

New Stations. 30 / 6 e 

Aifken (R.) Harbour (if Oporto. 20 m TO a 
Alajfka. Disturbances in. 21 /Mi ^— l?8.w.5 /*— 19 

m 7 d 
Albania. News about, 2 j 3 n— 4 / ■5'«— 28 w S tf 

—29 m .7 e 
and An«tfiflnOc'»'np}ition, G ; 5/ 

— the Notable? Add;eas \\\e Austrian Emperor 
for Aniononiy. 24 /T. a 

• P.OL'lamation of the Hereditary Prince, fU 

7 3 a 
Al'-ert a d Rniter^ea 'Bri'lges. Arrangements rtD 

0\Hi:\ Fri-e. 27 ; 10 d^jiO m7 L 

Hi-porr of tlisj Arbitrators for Conipen)«p. 

tion. 10 f'7 e 

Mvdrtl. Bestiiwalofon Mark Addy.ffi»r't>ifc»i 

lii^ .uKcr J?or:y JLiives.fruuj D^uvsna^ij, il^ x^kP^> 



tu 



VfilMVM^% lyOCZ TO ''the tlMKa" NKWSrAPHR. 



[Jatf. 1 C(f 



iVlcIbiades^s Dog, 2d 7 6 e 

AlcDck (Rutherford) on Turkish Finances, 6/6 d 

iVlexAnuer (Claud) on the Army Estiuiates, 19 
m U d 

Alexandra Palnce — Exliibition of British and 
Forei{^ Cage Birds at, ij'^f 

Algerian News, 19 m 7 d 

Alison (Henry) on ihe Prifona' Act, 31 7 12 c 

Alliance British and Foreign Life and Fir« As- 
surance Company, 5 w 11a 

— Marine A ftsurance Company, 31.; 7 e 
Al ington ^JuUus) on the Zulu War, \S fiOc 
Allport (James) on the Strike of the Midland. 

Railway Servants, 8/66 
AUsopp (S. C.) at Tipton, 24^ 6 a 
Almond (H. H.) on Teaching of Greek, 376c 
Alps— Mr. CoaUdge Ascends with Four Guides, 

^jBd 
•^— Ascents, 18/5/ 
Ibex to be Purchased for, 26 /'4/ 

— Oberland Alpine Chib Propose to Buy some 
of the late King of Italy's Ibex for, 4 / 5 c/ 

Amalgamated Engineers, Meetirgs. 1 /5 /— 3/3 

e— eye/"— 13; 11 a— 4/5^-8/11 a 

Balance Sheet, 21 / 5 e 

Manifesto against the Masters Circular, 7 

id a 
Amaiour Orchestral Society at (he Albert Hall, 

17 M 6 a 
AHESICA-UKITED STATES :<- 
»— Agricultural! Depart ntent. lleport, 15 ; 5 « 

Antioquia, Fighting at, ^5 /' JO a 

-^— Appoininicntp, 15/5 d—'A fftf 

Approprin;ion Bills, New Congress to be 

Called to Pass. (> m 5.d 

Arctic Kx|w'dilion. 26/ a e 

Army Bill. 31 w 5/ 

— — Bannack Indians Kxterniinated, 27/5 • 

Burliuj^hauie Treaty, 4 ; 6 / 

Canvnssirg for Speaker, 15 m Id 

C.'Utk' lr».ni. see (. aitlk 

Xttw Law to Prevent ihe Export of, 20 / 

5 f/— 3i M of' 

Outbreak of Disease in. Kotes about, 8 / 



America (cimt%nu€d\ 

Cost of Smoking and Drinking in, 24 i 4 / 

Currency in, 7 /ii d 

Dakota, a New State for the Union, ^ fl / 

Debt Funding Bill, 1 mbd 

Boston, 24 ; 8 a 

of Massachusetts, 24^ 8 a 

New Jersey, 'SOj'Sr 

Virginia, 24 j 8 a-30 > 4 «— 24 /6/— 1 

m 5 e — 5 m 5 c — 28 mod 

Democratic Caucuses, 22 » 7 rf— 24 m Se 

—25 m 5 6—27 m 5 d— 2» m 5 d 

Diplomatic Appropriation Bill, 25 ; 5 c 

News, 27 m o d 



11 /.—ti/o </— 19/5 rf& ^-24 /"S./— 22 m fa 

Caneus in the Stales, 27. / 11 ti— 19 m 7 d 

Census. 2S/n fr 

C heyenne'* Fhj:i»ivc8. x#y NKnRAHSKA^ 

Chine&e Iuinii:;rnti<»n Question. 6 / 5 r — 3U 

j 5 e— I 7.7 « //— lit / n d—'J4 / :> f—'2lij'5 d 

HilltVetoei l»y llw rreMdeiir. 3 w"l> b 

~ "Cuiil. C'tmiUnaliuii,'* Dis»Mjlution i>f^ 15,/ 

11) n 
- — ('on^re.HK, Pnuteodingii in. 17/5 *— 25 / 5 d: 
— 7 / 5 /— li' / ;> /.— 21) / 5 /— lil / 5 r— 22 / 5 
«f-24 7-5 /— LV; / 5 r/ &'e— 27 / 5 i/— 28 *'o c— 
i* in it II— 4. in it d & e — 5 HI 5-c & d-—(\ m- 5 d — 
i:» //; 4. */—-'() .// 5 r— 21 /« 5 e— 29 mid 

Iiill to Pay all' Arrears ol.Pensions> 18 J 



I /—'I, ,j .) / 



Hmzitian Steamsliip Company Subsidy 



V<i!od lo, 2J I h f 

( hisinjf <»f I tie 45tli' Congress, li>m'4.c/ 

LVii>iun8 liilll 15 / od — IH /'5 • 

Pie-idtMii's Message, 20 m 5 e 

(tiin Mnrkei in, 1^7 m 10 n 

— .— ('u»t. «if. Cinjv. ing Whctit.in, 3 »i 1.1./ 



— Ekxjtions. 4/6 «— la / 6 a & 6—17 j 5 /— 
18^6 «— 20> 5 /— 22 ; 5 c— 23 ; 5/— 27/ 6 6- 
—1 /6 /*— 6/6 e— 12/ 6 «— 26 w 7 c & 1/ 
'- in the State of Maine, 24 ; 8 a 

— Eleetric Light in, 22 m 5 « 
Elizabeth Town, New Jersey, Declares itself 



Bankrupt, 24/4 f 

— Execution "of the Two ** MoHey Maguire "" 
Murderers, a lieprieve Arriving just after 
they had been Turned Off. 1&} 5 <f 

— Failures in. during 18<8, 3./'3/ 

— Finances, 14 / 5y 

— Fish Culture in, 4 m 10 a 

— Fi^hery QuoKtiun, Meeting about, 13 7 fi ^ 
— '— Application to give the Two Years Notice 

of its Termination, 22 1 5 c— 24 j 5 rf— 80/ 5 & 

— Foreign Trade in. il / be 

— Geneva Award Bill, 1 7 > 5 e -20 / 6 a— 1 m 
5 e 

— Geological and Geographicul Survey of the 
Territories of . 5 / 4 n 

— (^fi'oiibacks lieccivable for Import Dutiesf 
IG;5/ 

Harmony Cotton Mills at Cohoes Kan Half 



Time only, 8 / 5 « 

— •* 11. M.S. Pinafore,'* Great Success in, 19^ 
M 4 e 

— Inland Fi^herieSf Heport on. 27/4*/ 

— International Exhibition at New York in; 
18^i), Movements about, 17 / 6 r: 

— Iron and Steel Trade in, 3 / 3 «— 6y 4/ 

— Jewish Mixed Marriage, 28 / 5 6 
Merclmnt Shipping of, 1,/ 4/ 



Messages from Governors of States, 30/4 

«— 6/ hd 

ftiexiean War Pensions Abolislied, 5 m 5 c 

Miscellaneous News, 29 j 5 /— 28 / 6 d -8 

m 7 t — 10 nt Or 

- — Miasing Fisliing Boats, 14 m 5 a— 27 m 10 a- 

National. Debt, 3 ; 3 «/— 3 .« 6 a 

Nebrat^ka, Escape of Imprisoned' Indiana* 

and Pursuit. 11/5 c— 13 ; <i— l4j 5 •— 1& jf. 
5 d—\^i 5 e— 20./ 5/— 24 /6c 

New Year's Day in, 2 ; 5 c 

York, Growth of, 24/4 /' 

Panic at N«w Orleans, 22 m 7 r/— 25 m 5 c 

Polygamous Marriages in Utah, Congre^is^ 

can pN8s a. Law to Pn>hibit, 7 j '6 d 

— r- Potter Committee. Gw 5 < 

Precious MutaW, YidUl uf, during llie Paafe 



YU-'ar, 4 / 5 e— 25 7 7 h 
— i — Nt)Liee abiHit, 3/7 a 
— (^liiu-Aniine on Uubsian.Goods^J /» 5 6- 



Jtir. 31, 1879.] falmer's index to "the thfes*' NEWr^PArKn. 



Ax^ 



America (continued). 

' — Tresident, Proposal to Nominate Gen. Grant, 
8>10o 

Kailways Running in on the Ne«r Narrow 

Guaj^e System, I / 5 d 

" — bitting Uull Send? in his Submission, 13/6 

b—TA i 5 rf— 29 ; 5 /^31 ; 6 « 
Specie Payments, Resumption of, 1/6 d — 

8 / 3 </~8 ; 10 o -9 J 6 ci-.13 7 6 a— 16 ; 8 J— 

25 fN 5 c 

Notes about. 4 i 10 y— 18 i G c— 5/ 10 c 

Statistics of Life in, 22 ; 4 i 

- — Stunn in Aspinwall, 9/11 b 

Tariflf and the Stafifordshire Potteries, 7 m 8 « 

Ten-DollarCertif)catos.BiUtoI&8ue, 12y 6/ 

'J'rade Prospects in, ^j 1 f 

Returns. 3y 3./ 

Treasury Bonds Called in, 1 ; 5 e — 6 / G c — 

Ij 3 rf~-9 7 5 C—V6 7 G a & /»— 15 7 5 «- 20 ; 6 
c -30 7 6 /— 13 /6 a-^lSf 6/— 25/ 10 a~29 
iif 7 e-^8 1 m 6 6 

Virginia State Debt, ISy 10 6 

Weather in. 4.; 5 «— 7 jSd 

American Cattle Trade, Official Order about, 11 

Hardware, 20 j 8 c 

- Honey, 14 ; 4 a 

Live Slock Traffic, 10/ 1 1 « 

Lock Competition, 25 / 1 1 a 

Udds and Ends, 31 ; 1 1 f 

Railway Bonds, 17/7/' 

- — Sjcial Science Assocuition, 27/4/ 

Spy, 19 m 12/ 

Swindler at Geneva, 30 j 6 d 

Analysts at Variance, IJllh 
Ai.ci.>nt Britons, Society of, see Socxbtt 
Anderson (.Sir James) on TelegcMphy, 6 m 10 & 
Andie (Major) from Notes and Quefits, 3 / 7 /* 
Andrew (W. P.) Break of Guage in India, 28 J 

Railway to the Bolan Pass, 17 ; 8 n 

AngeU (Geo. T.)on Adulteration of Food, 27 ; 4/ 
Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Comi any. Return 

of Profits. 8/5 t 

Pacific Trust and Loan Company, \1 f 1 d 

Animal and Vegetable Food, Notes on, 2 7 3 c — 

I0>4o— 11 / Ge 
Annam, Chinese Invasion of, 21 m 4/ 
Anihropological Institute, Papers Read before, 

10/10/— 12/11 y~13»i 12 a— 27 w 10 c 

Meeting, 6 m 5 d 

Antique Furniture, &c., Price Sale List of Mr. 

I'ratt's, 24/ 6 « 
Antonucd (Card.) Ulness of. 28j 5 6 
Ants. Sir J. Lubbock on. 8 /* 11 6 
Arbuthnot (Geo.) on the Ordnance Corps, 25 m 

11 /* 
Ar chang el Marine Insurance Company, 2S j 7 r 
ABCHiS, &c COUBT:— 

• Martin 1;. Mackonochie, 2/6/ 

Serjeant and others v. Dale, 11 ^ 12 a— 10 

fA e 

' St. Sepulchre's Church. 9; 12 « 

Williams v^ Churchwardens of Llanellcy, 3 

Arctic Expedition fKom Sweden, 9 / 10 6— 15 / 5 
«^22j6a— 17/i/ - 



Arctic Pixpedit ion. Commander Cheyne's Bnllooi* 
Voyage. 10>8 6 

Exphirations, Profesr^or Nordenskjold Ice*- 

bound at Siberia, 1 j 6 </— 20 / G « — 2 i / 5 e 

Arda^h. New Roman Catholic Bishop of, l'>/8a 
Argentine Republic, News, JO; 5 s— 20 /G c — 24 

y GA— 19 III Id 
— ^ — Stranjfo Scene in the Chambers, \7 f% e 
Argyll (Duke of) British Agents in Afghanistan^ 

4 m 10 /> 
Armenia — Revolt in, 15 j 5 d 
Arniitagc (Dr. T. B.) Best Methods for Improve 

ing the Condition of the Blind, 6 /* 10 r 
Armourers and Brasicrs' Company, Grants A- 

warded, 21/4 a 
Armin ((. ount) and the Culturkanapp, 1 / 6 a — 

18/6/* 

Reply to. 23 i 5 6 

Art in Belgium. 1 / 7 s 

Exhibiti<m at Ulm, fifif 

in Manchester, 21 / 10 r 

at Nottingham Castle, 5/6 r/ 

Muiieum, Proposed in Lincoln, 4/10 6 

Pottery, Royal Visit to, 22/ G n 

Sales, 1 1 / G c— 4 m 4 a— ll" w 4/— 25 »* 4 tf 

in Scotland, 28 / 3 c 

Artificial lee, 13 m 11 e 

Artissns Dwellings Ajt, Extension to Small 

Towns, 8/4/ 

Company, Meeting. 20/7/— 31 m 7 d 

Artistic Copyright, Notes on. IG / 4 o— 18 j Q fr 

—20 7 6 /— 25i 4/— 28.7 7 d—A/S b—6 /9f 

—7 /4 e— 11 / G /;— 13/8 6—20 /'8 c 

Notice, 4/9 /- 

Meeting at the Grosvenor Gallery on, 3 f 

10 o 



Memorial to Government about, 10 / 11 c 

Ascoli ( Professor") Old Irish Texts on the Con- 
tinent 29 m 7/ 
Ashantee, Entrenchments in, 20 m 11 c 
Ashford Free Grammar School, 2\ j 7 f 
Ashley (C*ecil) Mr. Colenso and the Zulu Mis- 
sions, 17 m 11 c— 19 m 13 e— 21 tii 8 c 

Notes on, 20 m 10 </— 21 m 8 c— 24 m 10 e 



on the 24th Regiment, 17/10 d—7 mS f 



Asia Minor, Note on tlie Condition of, 27 j 6 d 

Asiatic Turkey, see Turkey iir Asia 

Assegai, Note Describing, 10 in 10 cf 

Assembly of the Maltese Nobility, Election of 
President, 27/11 a 

Associated Chambers of Commerce, 23 / 6 « 

Annual Meeting. 6 m 10 « — 7 m 10 / 

Association of Friends of the Working- 
Classes, Founding of, in Germany, 27 7 5 / 

for the Preservation of Rivera in Scotland, 

Annual Meeting, 4/6 a 

Astronomy at the Cape. 17 m 6 c^ 

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Annual Meeting, 
lAjlOd 

Athleticilm, Note on, 8 m 9 e 

Augmentations of Poor Livings. 20 m 12 5 

Austin (VVm.) Variation of Mean Temperature. 
22 / G- h 

AU&TEALIA :— 

Commission to England* to Amend tine 

Constitution, IG /3u 

Cricket in, Gj G 6—9 jo-d 



A.s 



PALMKU's INOKX To *' THR TIBIES ' NEWSI*AI»KR. 



[Jan. i to 



Australia \rontinued^. 

i>ef ^ ncea, (i j t> // 

-— ^- Gold MiuiiiK. \) i o d 

Murder of Three Police in, 9 j 5 c/ 

^— Odtriehes in, 7 / lo f 
■ Presbyterian College, for Melbourne Univer- 
sity. 1(> 7 3 h 

I*iooeeding8 in the Legislature, 9 j b d 

Appropriation Bill. 16* j 8 « 

• Retorm of the Victorian Constitution, 6^6 

6—9; 5 c 

— South— Crops in, 7 f5 /"— 7 »i 5 e 
Australian Agricultural Company, 22 j 7 e — 6 / 
7e-l2/'7 e 

Bushrangers, Robbery by, 10/6 /"— 14/3 b 

• Landowuers, 8 m 6 /' 

AUSTSIA :— 

Budget Committee, 24 i 5 r/— 28/ 5 c— 4 m 

6 e — 6 m 5 c — 7 w* 5 b — 19 m 7 d 

- Christmas in, 4 ; 5 c 

(Constitutional Party and the Czechs, 4 j 5 c 

Court News, 3 j 3 r 

• the Empress Leaves for Ireland, 20/6 e 

— 21 /'9 rf— 22/9 e— 24/9 /*— 21 m 9 /'~24 m 

6 </— 25 m 6 c 
J)iplomatic News, Zj 3 a-Cy BJ—2\j 5 d 

—29 ; 5 Z'— 25 / 10 u 

aiid England, 18 /'S </ 

Finances, 9> 5 a— 10> 5 c/-ll j 6 d— 22/6 

rf— 23y r>«-3l7o/' 

- and France, 25 joe 
and Germany on Art 5 of the Treaty of 



Prague, Oy 6 

— and Hungary. 20 / 5 «— 8 /o <f- 13 /5 c— 
18 / 5 e — 2/ /■ o c — I in 5 c — 3 m 5 c — 5 m 5 c 
& rf— tf OT 5 £/— 7 »M 5 c/— H »i 7 6—10 m 6 6—12 
III 7 rf— 17 711 5/-25 m 5 c— 29 w 7 c 

— Ministerial Council about New Bills, 18 / 5 /* 

— Miscellaneous News, 20 ; 6 6—17 y' 6 /— 27 
/5 c 

— and Montenegro, 1 7 j 5 <f 
New Cabinet, 3 ; 3 t— 6 fS 6—11 / 5 «— 12 



/5 c— 13 / 5 c— 15/ 5 c— 19/5 6—21 /5 c 
Loan, ajGb 



— Occupation Credit, 17 m 5/ 

— Plague Regulations, 5 / 5 « 

— lieichsrath. Debate in. on the Berlin Treaty, 
ley 5 rf— 27 7 5 /— 27> 6 a— 28 ; 5 c & rf— 30 j 
5 e— 7 /■5 e— 24/ 6 a— 2i; / 5 c— 25 w 5 c 

Proceedings in, 10/5 e — 17 / 6 d — 21 j 5 



rf— 27.;H6— 2l/6r 

— Reported Royal Marriages, 1 y 5 6 

— and Servia, 12 /« 7 <f 

— Silver Wedding Celebration, 20 ; 6 6 

— Treaty of Commerce with France, 22/6 d 
witli Italy, 1 j 6 « 



and Turkey, 20 ;' 5 e— 19 /6 c— 26 /5 c— 

4 OT 5 c — 8 m 7 6— iO w 5/ 

Typhus Fever in, 16 ; 6 /" 

Austria- Hungary, Vegar JBounties in, 4 /8 a 

Embassy, 28/9y" 

Austrian Embassy, Ij f 

Autographs, Price Sale List of, at Sotheby's, 6 m 

Automatic Machinery, 7 w 5/ 

Ayrton (Professor) Magic Mirror of Japan, 1 / 



l« 



B. 

Babylon, Excavations in the Hinging Gardens 

of, 28 /lOt/ 
Bach Choir. 8 mi 10 6 
Bad Meat, 13 »i 6/— 20 m 10/ 
Badeau (Adam) on the American Cattle Trade, 
20 /' 11 ./■ 

on England and the United States, 25 /"lOe 

Bagot (Alan) Electric Light in Coal Mines, 23 '} 

11 d 
Baillie (Alex. F.) on the Paraguay Loans, 8m 13d 
Baltic Shipbuilding Company, 6 j 6 « 
Bancroft (S. B.) on English PUys, 22 ; 5 f 
Bangor Cathedral Restoration, 27 > 8 a— 7 ^116 
Bank Accounts, Note on Auditing of. '27 j 7 d 
Joint Stock and Bank of England — Preven- 
tion of Panics, 7/6/ 

Acceptances, 18 / 7 a 

Failures, 10./ 6 rf-l8 fCd& f 

Bankers* lietums, 1 m 0/ 
BANKING:— 

— Alterdeen Town and County Bank, 27/6 6 
Agra, 21 m 11 a &e 

Alliance Bank, U / 7 a — 15 j 7 a—2\j 7 e 

Anglo-Californian, 25 / 6 a 

Anglo-Fo.eigti Banking Company, 17 J 7 

a— 26/ 6« 

Anglo-Iialian, 6 J 7 «i— 15 /* 12 «— 28/11 6 

Australian Joint Bank, 8 ./ 7 a — 19 m 12 a 

Balance Sheets of Banks, 4y 7 o 

Bank of Adelaide, 18 m 7 a 

of Australasia, 11 m 1 1 6 — 18 m 1 1 a 

of British Columbia, 8 m 13 a— 20 m 7 e 

of Egypt, 4 ; 7 a— 13 f7f 

of England, Weeklv Returns, SfSb&d 

— 10 / 7 6 & t— 17 ;■ 7 6—24 / 7 c— 81 j 7 c— 7 
/7 6— 14/12 6— 21 / 11 6—28 /ll A A <f— 7 
M 11 a & 6—14 m 6 6—21 m 6 6'& c^28 m U 
o & 6 

■ Account of Notes in Circulation, 2 i 8 



6—10 j 7 6— 17 y 7 6— 31i 7 c— 7 / 7 6—14 f 
12 6—21 / 11 6—28 f 11 6—7 m 11 o— 14 m 6 
6-21 m 11 6— 28w il a 

Average Stock of Bullion held by, 14y 

86—8/7 c-7iii 11 6 

Half Yearly Meeting of the Directors, 



14 m 6 a 

of France, Weekly Returns, 3 ; 8 6— 10 ; 



7 6 -17 ; 7 6—24 j 7 c— 31 j 7 r— 7 / 7 6-14 
/ 12 6—21 /U 6—28 /"ll 6— 7 m 11 a— 14 m 
6 6—21 m 1) 6— 28 m 11 6 

of Madras, 9; 7 a 

of Mona, Notes on, 3/ 7 a 

of Montreal, 22 i 6 a 

of South Australia, 25 m 11 d 

of Spain, 14/7 6—3 m 7 a— 13 m 7 a 

a Branch Manager A'lsconds, bj be 

of Victoria, 31 w 7 a 



— Bankers* Clearing House, 10/ 7<r— 17/ 7 « 
-24y 7 c-81 ; 7 c— 7 fl 6--14 f 12 6—21 f 
11 6—28 /ll df— 7 m 11 6-14 w 6 6—21 m H 
c— 28 w 11 6 

— Birmingham Joint Stock, 9 y 7 a--6 /7 / 
and Midland, 13 9 7a 



— Bradford District Bank, SI ; 7 d 

Old aauk. 28y 7 e 



10 



Mar. 31, 1879.] palmkh's indrx to " thk times " newspai'KR. 



Ban 



Banking (rontinued), 

UrUtol and West of England, 2j 9/— C ; 7 

0—31 ;6rf 

Caiedoninn, 1 / 7 a— 14; 7 /— 12/11 6—15 

/lOr— 15»i 12 e 
(^apitol an4l C-ounties, 9 ; 7 a 

Central of Ijomlon, 11/7 «— 17i 7 d 

(Chartered of India, Australia and China, 27 

TM 7 A 

Chesrerficld and North Derbyshire, 17 j e 

—23 ; 9 /— 11 / 9 /— 20 / 10 d 

City. '4 i 7 a— 11 ; 7 «— 15 j7 d 

Sytlnev. 11 la W b 

CalU. 24 i 7 A— 15 m 3/— 17 m 6/ 

Collections at Colombo Towards, 3 ; if 



— — Glasgow ^Dividi'nds, 2iy 7a 

Edinburgh Fund, 6 HO rf 

Meeting of Liquidators, 1 / 10 cf— 15 j 

5/ 



Meetings 9 j 11 6—10 ; 11 c—Uj 7 f 
— 20; 6«— 21>llc 

• Notes about, 27 / 7 6—30 j 11 (1—12 / 



7 a— 21/ 11 a-25/6a 
Notices about, 18 > 6 rf— 20; 4 «— 28 f 

11 «— I m 6<i— 5 iM 11 6—10 m 10«— 11 m 10/ 
Order to Enforce Payment of Calls, 19 

cMO<^— 29iM 11 6 

Payment of First Dividend, 6 m 8 o 

Petitions about, 8> 10 rf— 10 ; 11 c— 11 

j 10/— !6 j « t—%\j 1 1 r— 227 10/— 1 m 10 d 

Proposed Lottery to Aid, 1 j^f 

Return of the First Call, 8 ; 11 a 

Scotchmen in Ceylon Contribution to 



the Behef Fund, 18/10/* 

Trial, 18 j 6 c— 17 / 6 e— 20 j 4/— 20 j 



6 €—21 > 1 1 a— 22 / 10 a— 25 ; 4 c— 29 ; 8 6 - 
31 ; 8 c/— 17/6 c 

9U aUo Ckimihal Tmials — Stthnond, 



Clydesdale Banking Company, 6/7 d 
Colonial 8 ; 8 e 
of New Zealand, 4/7 6—20 m 7 € 



— Coramerical of Sydney, 25 ? 7 a 

— Comparison of the Bank of England with 
the Piiues of Consols and French Rentes. 3j8 
6— lOj 7 6—17 / 7 6—24 / 7 f— 81 ; 7 c— 7 f7 
6—14/12 ^—21/11 6—28 /*11 6— 7 m Ua— 
14 M 6 6—21 m 11 6—28 m 11 6 

— Consolidated, 8 ; 7 a— 17> 7 a&d 

— Copenhagen, Arrest of Baron Gedeliah, for 
Forgery, Ac, 8 ; 3 rf 

— Cornish Bank, 6 j 6 </— 8 j 11 f^9j 11 e— 
13> 6 c— 14 / Tj—nj 6 «— 10 / 10 c/— 11 / 6 
a—l2/lla 

First Meeting of the Creditors, 29 7 11 6 

Resuscitation of , 25 / 1 1 c 



— County of Stafford Bank. 13 ; 7 a 

— Crompton and Erans^s Union Bank, Derb7, 
13 ; 7 a 

— Cronstadt Commercial Bank, 1 m 5 e 

— Deutsche Bank, Berlin, 22 m 13 a 

— Egyptian National, 27 ; 6 6-28 ; 5 </— 29 

;«/ 

— Engli.b, Sooit'.frh an ! Aus.rflliaii Chartered, 
aOi 7a— 28; 7« 

— Earopean, 2\ f\^ a 

— Feoton's of Rochdale, 9> 11 '-— 25 / 11 n 

— Ualifaz Joint Stock, 31 > 7 </ 



Banking (rontinued). 

Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation, 18 

J W a 

ImperiHl, 7/4 n — 1 1 / 7 a — 15 / 7 d 

of Germany, 13 ; 7 a— 20 / 7 «-28 f7 a 



_4/-7a— 12/'7a— 19/11 ^-26 /TJa— 6»a 
11 a 

— International of Hamburg and London, 21 
flia 

— Ionian. 1 ; 7 d 

— Isle of Man, 4 /*7 a 

— .Joint Stock, Moetinp of, 14/12 a 

— Lancashire and Yorkshire, 11 j 7 a 

— Leicestershire Banking Company, 14/ 12 a 

— Lincf^n and Lind^ey. 2oj 7 e 

— Live?*pool Union, 4 ; 7 e— 4/7 a—7f 7 e 

— Llovd's Hanking Company, 31 j 7 rf 

— London and County, 20 j 7 6—30 j 7 a— 7 



f7c 



— Run on. 18.? 7 a 
and Provincial, 20 7 7 a—^0 j 7 e 
and River Plate, 8/7 ^-20) 7 e 
and San Francisco, 6 m 10 a 
and South Western. 18 ; 7 a— 5 f7f 
and Westminster. 2j 7 a—\6j 7 a& d 



Joint Stock, 3; 8 6— 17; T c 

and Acceptance of Fas tern Bills, 3 m 7 a 

Louahborough Bank. 18/9 /" 

Manchester and County, 9j 7 a — 20 j 7 a 

- and Liverpool, 8 > / 7 6 



— Mer. antile of Sydney, 12 m 13 a 

— Merchant Banking Company of London, 14 
/12//— 7»« 11 e 

— MetropoUtan, 28 ; 7 6 & «— 30 ; 7 6—18 J 
11 d 

New Direction, 13/7 a— 28 m 11 a 



Midland, 8; 7 a 



Monster Bank, 1/6 /* 

National, 15 > 7 a— 16 > 7 a— 24; 7 d 

of Belgium, 20 j 6 6 

of Egypt, 10/9/ 

of India, 31 m 7 a 

of Liverpool, 21 7 7 </-27 ; 7 6 

of New Zealand, 16 / 7 a 

New London and Brazilian, 28 m 11 a 

Orleans Bank Resumes Cash Payments, 



26m 7c 

Swiss Railway Bauk, 3 ; 8 c 

— North Eastern, A f7 a 

Western, 16/7 6— 22 / 7 e 

and South Wales Bank, 4 ; 7 



— Nottingham Joint Stock, 15^ 7 6 

— Oriental Bank Corporation, 25 m 11 a — 26 
m 14 a— 31 m 7 a * 

— Parr's Banking Company, 14/7 a — 7 f7e 

— Private and Joint Stock, Circulation Re- 
turns, 147 7 6—8/7 6—7 m 11 6 

— Queensland National, 5 /* 7 6 

— Scotch and Irish, Average Circulation, 14 / 
7 6— 8/7 6— 7 mil 6 

Specie Held by, 1 4 / 7 6—8 / 7 r— 7 11 1 1 & 



Sht fflulJ and Pottorham. 7 / 7 e 



Souihi)ort and West Lancashire, 5/7/ 

— State of Shares, sfe evKry day's paper 

Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 22jS a 

Stanford, Spalding and Boston, 14 j 12 a 

owuudea Bank, 17 j 7 (f 



juan 



r.vi.Miiiis i\!):;x to " t:i:: timlss M:\\s;Arrii. 



[J. ill. np 



Banking (rontinuml), 

Swiss liatik^. 22 / 4/ 

Haiiway Hiiiik. J8/r>r ' — 

Twte<ly, Williams & Co., the Comiyh Bank, ' — 

6i«Jd-8/ U. /—?♦.; Mr ' — 
Union of Au.stralia, 10 j 7 a—H j 7 a& c — — 

]9w 12 a 

of Helston, 4 w 8 6 

of London, 3/8 />— 9 j 6 «— 9 j 7 a— 27 



fde 



West of England. Meeting at Exeter to Ail 
tlie Distressed Shareholders. 4/0 t — 1 1 j li)/ 

Meeting of Shareholders, 27 ; II d 

Meetings to Aid, 24j 9 /— './ 10 c— 17 / 



xad 



1 1 r— 18 /' 12 Q— 26 J 11 «— (> m 5 «— 21 m 9 / 
25 m 10/ 

Notices aliout, 13/7 rf— 4 »i 5 / 



Wilts and Doiset. 10 / 7 n— 0/7 </ 

Banks, Meeting of the Engli^h Bankers* Asso- 
ciation to Consider Unlimiied, 6 m 7 c 

Joint Stock on Limiting Liability, 1 1 m 11 a 

Notes on, 2j7 d—^j 7 b— 13/7 a 

Banking, Notes on, 1 1 / 7 a— 24y 7 a 
lieform. Note on, 2 j 7 h 

— Laws— New Act Restricting Advance's, 4 
m 8 Q 

Bankrupt City— Elizabeth Town, New Jeney, 

24/4/ 
B iNKRUPTGIES : - 

— Adams, H. S.. 8 j 8 A 
AdamsoQ, G., 2hj 4 b 

— Adie, Askew, 16 ; 8 6 

Algle, J., 1>7./ 

Aiuon, J. M., 16m 10 a 

Amey, Thos.. 29 mi 13/ 

Anderw n, Brothers, 19 m 10 a 

G. M., V2jSd 

J., 8> 8 b-^2dj 4/— 5/8 c 

L., 26/8 a 

R., J. and W., 1 »i 8 6 

W., 1 /'4 a— 26 fS a 

ArchiMd, R., 8/60 

Arthur, U. L., 6/8 c 

M., 4 I 8 a 



Aspinall, H. K., 22 m 10 b 

Atkinson, W., 4 ; 8 a 

Auld, J., 19 /•7 c 

Austin, Wm., 29 m IS f 

Baddeley, EHz., 5 «i 9 <i 

Baillie, P., 8 m 10 d 

Baillies and Allison, 16 ni 10 a 

Baird, T., I5f}0/ 

Baker, S. A.. 12 m 10 c 

Ballantyne, W., 8 »10 rf 

Ballard, B. B.. \Sj 6 a 

Bambridge, G., 22y 8 c 

Barbour, T., 19 m 10 a 

Barclay, J., 8/6 a 

Bamett, M. and E., 18^ G a 

Barr, J. li. G., 1 m 8 a 

and Easdale, 29^4/ 



Barrett, W. H., 6 > 8 c 
Barron, J., 8/ 6 a 
Barter, Henry, 26 w 7 /* 
Baxter, A^ 19 m 10 a 
— Joseph, 26 /" 8 o 
Bear and Fox, lu m 10 



Bankruptcies {eimtinued). 

Becker. J. W.. 26 M « 

Bill. J., 22 /8c 

Bi'Uird, B. B., 15/8 A 

Below. F.. 12 >« lU r 

Benncll E. J.. 4 ; H a 

Berger. Maximilian, 8 m 

Best, T. S., 29 m V6f 

Bcthune, G.. 1 / 4 a 

Beville, Fred., 22 / 8 c 

Bishop. VV., 15 m lU a 

Bisschop. A., 8 / 6 « 

Black, J., 25 ; 4 A— 12 f%d 

Blatkstock. W., 18i 6 a 

Blake, Ann, 1 m 8 6 

Blakewav. Charlotte, 15 /* 10 /" 

Blockweil, Benj.. aliws Blockfield, 12 /8« 

Boddington, C, 16/10/ 

Boilon, R., 29 ; 4 /* 

Bond. A., 15 ; 8 A 

Bortliwick, J., 19 / 7 c 

Bosworth, W., 16/86 

Bo wen, Anne. 29 »i 13 / 

Bowie, A.. 19 »i 10 a 

Bowler and Beck, 8 m 10 <i 

Bowman, R. M., 22 m 10 6 

Boyd. J. S., & Co., 6/8 c 

Bracher, W., 16/ 10 / 

- Brannan, Hugh. 11^* 8 6 

Brechin and Michie, 12 ; 8 </ 

firodie, W., 16 m 10 a 

Brown, T., 26 /8 a 

Brown and Brown, 8/86 

Buchanan, P., 22 m 10 6 

Bull, P., 18 76 a 



— Bun ten, J., 19 /7 c 

Burns, A., 18 j 6a 

By les, F. W., 12 /•8 c 

Calder,G., 18 /6 a 

Cameron, H., 8786 

Campbell, A., 26 / 4 6 

and W., 12 w 10 c 



J.,jun„22>4 6 



Capper, S., 1 m 8 6 
Carfrae, W., 22va 10 6 
Carmichael, T., 1 m 8 6 
Carpenter, J. IL, 19 m 10 a 
Carr, A. E., 16 m 10 a 

— J., 16 J 8 b 
Carrick, J., 19 m 10 a 

— K, 22y 8 c 
Carrodus. Hannah. 29 j 4/ 
Carss, J., 15/10/ 
Carter, J. B., 18^6 a 

— J. 8., 15 / lOy 
Catterall, VV. D., 16/10/ 
Chalmers, D. P., 22 f%c 
Chamings. T., 6 m 9 a 
Chappel, A.. 29 w 13/ 
Chatteris, H., 4 ; 8 a 
Christie. J., 29 j 4 / 

— & Co., 1 / 7 /• 
CUrk, H., 8/86 
Clements, II., 29/4/ 
Cliffe, J, W., 8> 8 6 
Clive, A. and J., 19 /'7 c 
Coatcs, W.J., 2Gi» 7/ 



31, 1879.] palmer's index to " the times " newspaper. 



Ban 



Baakraptdee {continued). 

CockeU, W, J., 26 « 7 /• 

Cockran, J., 8^8 6 

Coffin, J. J.. 29 ; 4 /• 

CoUiiw and Smith, 11^8* 

Conacher, A., 15/10 / 

■ Cooke and Cooke, 8 m 10 d 

Cooper, A., 15 hi 10 a 

J^ 16i 8 6—26 M If 

- W., 6 /"S c 
Cortpet, H., 22 /8 c 
Corrin. R., 29j^/ 
Cowcher, James, 22 m 10 i^ 
Crawford, W. W., 22 ; 4 4 
Crawhall, J. B^ 1/4 a 
Cree, J., 1 m 8 & 
Click, Rich., 26/6 a 
Crockett, R. H. V., 16/10 f 
Cruse, John, 26/ 8 a 
Cmtchley, Maria, 26 m 7 /* 
Cuff, Ann, 19 m 10 a 
Cumbers, F., 8/6 a 
Cunningham, H. B., 8/6 a 
Dalziell, D., 1/7/ 
Darlow, Geo., 29 ? 4/ 
Darid. T., 1 m 8 ^ 
Dandson, A., 15/10/ 
J. B., 11/8 6 



DaWea, J. 8., 22 m 10 5 
- R, 18>6a 
-W., Ilj8 6 



Dawion, O., 157 8 5 

Delyalle^ Walter, 15 in 10 a 

l>erbam, T. M., 29 m 18/ 

Desh, L^ 22 m 10 5 

Dewar, P., 19/7 c 

Diekson, J., 26/ 8 a 

Donaldson, A., QjS k 

— J. S., 5/8c 
Dock, J, H., 8/6 a 
Douglas, T.H.. 8/6 a 
Dr^'sdale, A., 19/7 c 
Duncan, J., 25 ; 4 6 

— W., 5 m 9 a 
Dykea, W., 19 m 10 a 
Eadie, O., 18 7*6 a 

R., 25 }' 4 b 



Bankruptcies (continued), 

Forrest, M., 1 ; 7 / 

W„ 8 « 10 rf 

Forster, R., 18 ; 6 a 

Fountjiine, T. St. George, 4 ;' 8 « 

Fowler, J. v., 8^6 4 

Fox, H. B., 21 m Sb 

Fraser, G., 18 / 6 a 

J., 8>8A 

J.T., 11^8 5 

W, T.,a6/8a 



Easton, R. F., 4 i 8 a 

Edelstein, G., 29 j 4 J 

Ebworth, E., 5y 8 c 

Engels, L., 25> 4 a 

Erans, M. J., 22/8 c 

E-^ine, J., 1/4 a 

Fairdough, R. P., 18 ; 6 a 

Fairley, D. M., 5 m 9 a 

Fairman, J. D., 18^* 6 a 

FaUding. S. F., 22 m 10 6 

Fazquharson, S. A., 4 f 8 n 

Farrington, W. E., 1 ni 8 6 

Fay. T. J., 29 i» 18 / 

Feeljr, J., 12i8rf 

Ferguson, J., 19 m 10 o— 26 tn 7 f 

-~ and Williamson, 8 ; 8 6 

H^hpool, Geo., Smio d 

Fleming, W., 22/8 c 

Fletcher, T.. 29 w 13 /* 

Fogo, D. F. L., Smlbd 



Freeaan, B., 4tn9 a 

R.,22j 6 5 

Frost, a J., 5 /« c 

Freude, G„ l<*;6a 

Fry. J. W,, Hot 10 a 

Furtey, R, C, 4 ; 8 a 

Fyfe. R., 22 M 5 

Gale, Her y, 16 /" 10 /* 

Gamer, V.H., 8 m 10 <l 

Garrett, lU>bt., 26/8 « 

Gellady, D., 1 i 7 / 

Gemmell, M., 5 i» 9 a 

Gibbs, S., 15/10/ 

Gibson, H., \9f7e 

IL, 25 y 4 5 

ILF.,22/8« 

Watson. 15 M 10 « 

& Co., 1 ; 7/ 

Gilchrist and M'Keucie, 8 /Ctr 

Gilpin, E,0., 4j«« 

Gilray, J,, 22 « 10 ^ 

Glover, Benj.. 15 m 10 « 

W., 15/10/ 

Goldie, J., 11/8 A 

Goodfellow, Samuel, 22 m 10 r 

Gordon, D., 22 ; 4 6 

J.. 127 8 rf 

Gosling, Alfred. 1,^> m 10 a 

Gould, Wra., SmlOd 

and LewiD, 18J <i a 



Gourfoy, J., Ij 7 J 

Gow, T., 4 / 8 « 

Graham, W., 8 m \0 d 

Granfelt, A. E., 15 m 10 

Grant, J., 19 m 10 a 

J., Jan., 1 / 4 a 



— Gray, F., 19 m 10 a 

— P. S., 22 ; 4 6 
-Green, J., 1 / 7 /" 

— Gregory and Picken, H m ]0 d 
' Grierson and Philips. VAJ Sd 

■ Griffilh4. J. and J., 11^86 

■ Gunn, A., 25 7 4 6 

• Hadflcld, J., 8 m lOd 
lialden. A., 29 m IH f 
Halkett, P., i/4 a 
Hamilton. A, 22j4 6 

— C. H., 22 m 10 b 

— G., 8/*6a 

— H., 22 f8 c 
Hanlon, P., 1 fAa 
Harding, H., 8/iSa 
Harper, J., 26/8 a 
Harris, C. A., 4 / fS « 

— J.. 26 m 7 / 

— S. M., 15 ui 10 a 



Pah 



palmer's IKDEX to <* THE TIMES *' NEWSfAPER. 



[Jaii. I to 



pan'i niptciesj (ronlinue.d)^ 

Hrrw. \V., 5 m 1) a 

Uarrison, Sa-nuel, 22/8 c 

Ihirtmann. F. C , 22 ; 4 6 

Ileal. J,, 1 ; 7/ 

lleinke and Diivis, 25 y 4 a 

HCMuliTson, Jm n 7 8 i> 

\V,, by «) </ 

— — llendrie and Son, 4 » 8 a 
Henrv. David. 11 /a 6 

Heiipivill, H.. 22 A 8 c 

Uihell, VV.. iQ/lO/ 

Wm.. 2ti/'8 a 

Hicks, a, 22/4 a 

Higgens, II., 12 m 10 c 

11.11, I)., & Co., 12 w 10 c 

. Hogsr, K., Ilj8 6 

-— Ilolliday, T., 16; 8 6 

: Holiinshead, Chan., 12 m 10 c 

Holmes, R.. 8/8 6 

Hopkins, J., 21)7 4/ 

Hopkinson, Tho«.,22 m\) k 

'. Hi»r8fall, F. G., 16 / 10 / 

Honack. W., 8 A' 6 a 

: Howe, J. A., 2V; / 8 a 

Howie, VV., SmlOd 

HvKldart. J., 214 w 13/ 

Hii^hcs, Kliz., 15 w/ 10 a 

Hume. J.. & Co.. 22 m IQ A 

Hunter, K. II /8^ 

r^ W.. 12 w/ 10 r 

Hurr il, U. and W., 5 / 8 c 

Huichings. Alfred, 29 m 13/ 

Ibbctson. Marv, 8 w 10 d 

I„rli, C, U)m'U)a 

Inncs. J.. 22 ; 4 A 

r Isherwood. R'iil«ard. 1 1 / 8 ^ 

Janii'8, F. W. M., low 10 a 

Jtnkins. J., 2y 7 4 / 

■ Je88ui). Will., I'J / 7 r 

Jcwitt, Henry. 2f»/8 a 

z Johnston, J., 4/8 a 

Jones. Afkew, 15 / 8 i^ 

r 1). J., 2.-) / 4 « 

H. L.. 2U w \'^r 

John. 2i) w la f 

U.. 2o ; 4 ^( 

'. Kanter. A- 15 f U) f 

Kay. J., \'ij 10 /• 

Ke.ldie, A., or Irviiie, 8 /^ a 

: Koir and Smith. 1 j 1 / 

■ Kemp, J., I m 8 6 

= — Kennedy. I)., 22/4 /' 

Korr, A. T. H.. 2i) m IH / 

: J.. 1 w 8 ^ 

Kevse, H., 5 OT 9 a 

: Kidd. A.. 22/4/1 

= King. R., 1 w 8 6 

= T.. 22 /* 8 r 

• Kingsland. A.. 19 //i 10 a 

- K»non. Thos.. 12 I'ti d 
r^-r-Kyles, W., 2(; ^8.1 

r Kvrle, W. L. E. M., I fA a 

■ hake. H.. 1 m* 8 // 

=: — Lane. T.. 12 / « r 
rr— Langdon. Sarah 22 m 10 b 
fc=.=r- Langlands, A., 19/ 7 c 
14 



Bankruptcies {continuetl), 

hansdown, T. S., 29 ; 4 / 

Law, H., 25 / 4 h 

Laws, James. 22 m 10 h 

Lawson, G., b f'% c 

J,. 5 / 8 c- 

Lea. T. K., Wi^h 

Leaton, H., 29 m 13/ 

Ledger, T., 5 m 9 a 

Leresche, C. S., 1 / 4 a 

Levitt, Geo., 15 m 10 a 

Lewis, Chas., 22 m 10 6 

James, 25 j 4 a 

Liddell, Meldrum an4 Nelson, 22 w 10 k 

Liddle and Wood, 1/4 <i 

Littlejohn, W.. 19 m 10 a 

Lloyd, R., 1 wi 8 6 

Logan, J., 12 m IQ c 

Love, E., 1 /4a 

J., and Son, 19 m 10 a 

Bookseller, 19 m 10 a 



Lupas, T.. 8 /"e a 
Lyon, J., 19 m 10 a 
Macdonald, D., 22 m 10 4 
Macaougall, D., ISys 6 
Macintosh, T., 29 m Id / 
Mack. W., 18? 6a 
Mackay, A** 1*^ **^ ^^ ^ 
Mackenzie, J., % m\0 d 
Mackey. Riobt., lo m 10 q 
M*cneiU, G. W., 29 ; 4 f 
Macrone, W., 12 m 10 c 
Maddison, J., 1 m 8 6 
Manson, P., 19 / 7 c 
Markey, J., 1 m 8 6 
Marland, John, 22 m 10 
Marshall, Chas. 26 m 7 > 

— Hip^ard. lyy 7 c 

— T., e/'Sc 
MartJand. J., 29 / 4 / 
Martin, Q., 4 ; 8 a 
Martini, H., 2tJ /8a 
Mathie, C, 12/8 d 
MaunseU, Thos., 16 r/i 10 <f 
Maynell, J. H., 15>8 6 
M^Cflll, A., low 10a 
M*Callum, D., 26/8 a 
M'Calman, W., 5 m 9 a 
M'Cheynp, J.. 18/6 a 

M 'Court, R., 8 m 10 (/ 
M'CracHen, A.. 6 / 8 r 

■M'Donald, A. G., 2Bj4^ 

— D. W., 29 m 13/ 

— R. P., 19 /7c 
M'Dougall, J., 19 in 10 a 

Rqbt., 12 w 10 p 



MDowall. P., 26 /•8 o 

— M'Ewan, A., 4 / 8 o 

M'Geachin, Q.'W^ 1> 7 / 

MGregor. J., 4 ; 8 a 

— MIsaap, D., 26 m 7 f 

MKev, A., 29 m V6 f 

M*Kenzie. J., 1 j 7 /^ 

M'Lac'Hlan. H., 16 ; 8 6 

M'Laren, J. P., 4 ^ ^ (f 

and Soil, 4^ 8 a 



M'LcUan^ J., 19 m 10 ^ 



Mar. 3l, 18?9.i I^almeu^s iNDfex to " tur times** newspaper. 



Sai^ 



BaokmptciM (continuedX 

M'Lean, A., low 10 a 

!>., 1 ; 7./ 

J., 22 / 4 6 

— McMillan. D. D., 22/8 

J.,6/'8c 

W., 22/'8c 



■• — M»Nay, J. E., 22/8 c 
— M*Qaeen, A. S*, 1 m 8 6 

M'Whiniiie, J., 12 « 10 c 

M'^ilUam, R^ 29 ; 4 /* 

Mead and Hillt, 26 « 7/ 

* — Meekins, A., 18 ; 6 a 

Melling. H., 1 / 4 a 

Menaes, D. H.. 29 m 18/ 

* — Mercer, £., 11^8 6 

^ — Metaxa, R. B. P. W., 29 j 4/ 

Micheli, A.. 1 w 8 6 

Middleweek, E.. 29/ 4 / 

-^ Miles, L., 5 m 9 a 

Millar, A. P., 22/ 8 c 

J., 26 / 8 a 

' T., 1 I 7 /• 

W., 12 w 10 c 

' Miller, J. 11 y 8 6—19/7 c— 1 me h 

R., 19 m 10 a 
Milla and Jackson, 6 m 9 a 
MitcheU, D., 29 m IS y 

J^ iijSb 

R., l/'4a 

T. N., 22 m 10 5 



Bankrjptcies (rontinued). 

Pannell. C. 29 > 4 /' 

Park. J., & Co., 19 m 10 d 

R., 22/8c 

Parker, T., 5 m 9 o 

Parry, E. O., 15/10/ 

Pateraon. E., 19/7 c 

Patson, J. and G.. 4 ; 8 rt 

Peiinman, W.. 12 m 10 c 

Peterkin, J. A., 15 / 10/ 

Pether, S. R., 22jib 

Podroore, J.. 29 ; 4 /" 

Ponton, T. M., 2 ? ; 4 b 

Pope, A., 22 m 10 6 

Joseph, 29 w 13/ 

Potter, T., 1 tn 8 b 

and Hodges, 25/ 4 tt 



Preston, John, 8 m \0 d 
Quartley, Rev. H. J., 22 / 4 d 



' Mogsrridge, F., 1^7/ 
Mate. J. N., 1 m 8 c 
Molten!, Alex., 22 i» 10 6 

— Montgooaeiy, H^ 22 j^b 
' Moore, J.. 18 ; 6 « 

— John. 22 m 10 6 

— R., »i6b 

— W.,26/8« 
More, D., 29/ 4 f 
Morfoot, J., I /A a 

• Mortimore, W. H., 5 m 9 4 
MovltOB, J^, 18 ; 6 a 
Mttlr, J., 1 m 8 6 

— T^29;4y 
Mancaster. W. H., 8/8 6 
MundelJ, a, 1 i 7 /• 
Munro, D^ 29 m 18/ 

P. 29.; 4/ 



10 6 



• Murgatfiayd, Wm., 22 m 

Mumy, A., 22 m 10 6 

C. B., 1 « 8 * 

J-, 29i 4/*-l m 8 6 

Nisbet and Co., 6/8 c 

MnzJoir, J., 22 / 4 6 

Myers, I. «nd R, 11 / 8 6 

Needier, J., 29 m 18 / 

KeiH and Rae, 22; 4 6 

KeilsoB, W. H^ 8/6 a 

^—^ Keitletoii, J. and J^ C, 19 m 10 a 

Nibtee, W. R, 15/V0f 

Nioolson «Bd Kirkpaftriok, 26/8 a 

^ NUbeC, H.,ll;86 

0'N«iM,C.,4i8a 

-'— Onaiow, C. isL, 22 m 10 6 
OwMia, D., Jan., 15/ 8 6 
£. J%>, 26 m 7 Jr 




Rae, I>M22/8r 

Rains. R. and E. S», 5 /* 8 c 

Rankin^ J., 1 i 7 / 

Reeve, S.M, lj7 f 

Reid^ T. T., 29 w 18 / 

Rennie, Wdson and Henderson, 19 /* f f 

— — Richards, J.. 5/8 c 

Richardson, Fred», 22 th rO 6 

^ K.. 5 /' 8 c 

Riddel!, W., 1/7/ 

Roberts, Anne, 6/ 8 <J 

— Wm., 19 w 10 a 

Robertson, A.» 29 m 13/ 

D. A. C, 29/4/ 

D. S., 12 w 10 c 

J.. 4/«i» 

J. T., 15 m 10 a 

W., 1 / 7/ 

Rodman and Cockell, 20 m 7/ 

Rogers, G., 12/8rf 

R<)onoy, Michael. 2(»/8a 

Ross, A., 22 TO 10 6 

Rosser, C, 8/6 « 

Rudd, H., 5 M 9 It 

Sachs, C. F., 26/8 a 

Sanderson, Thos., 15 m 10 a 

Sankey. J., 1 ./' 4 a 

- — Sawyer, C. H,, 5/8 c 

Schacher, U., 1 1) w 1 n 

SchU'ifer. Maurice, 15 /« 10 rt 

Scholefield, R. M., 29 ; 4 / 

Schnman. 8., 1 >« 8 6 

Scouiar, Rev. J. R., 29 / 4 f 

Seanier, W. P\, 1/4 a 

- Searing. Emma, 19/7 c 
Seton, R., 8 «« 10 d 

Shapley.E., 29/ 4/ 

— — Sharp, John, 8 i« li) d 

Shaw, H., J5;8 6 

Sherratt, J., 8 wi 10 rf 

Sievwright, C. F., 5 w 9 « 

— — Simpson, G^, 1 m 8 6 
J., ae/sa 

& Co., 12 m lOe 

Sinclair, W., 1 m 8 6 

Skelton, J. L., 11 ; 8 6 

Slight and Flewiti, 1 /"I « 

— '— •blotMau, Ik, 18 «'<6 « 

U 



Xan 



PALHER's IHDEX to ^' THE TIMES ^ NEW8PAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ban]ini;.tcie3 {contimtd). 

Sljr, B.. 1 w 8 6 

SiuAll, H., 8 m 10 </ 

Smillie, J^ 22 m 10 ^ 

«— Smith, A^ 5 m 8 a 
E., 26 in 7 y 

J., 8/6o— 1»/Te 

J. B., 11/8 6 

J. E^ 22 in 10 ^ 



J. M^ 1 / 4 • 

M.. 8^8 6 

P., 19 alio a 



S^ 15/ 10/" 
S. P., 2» HI \^f 
W., jun., 8 ; 8 6 



SoulcoU, H. C, 19 IN IC^a 

Spien^ A., 25 ;' 4 6 

Sponet, G.. 19 m 10 a 

Spj, W^2a/8a 

Stafford, A^ 1 w 8 ft 

Starke/, B^ 8 m 10 il 

SteaiiiB,C^ 15j8fr 

Steplieiii, R., 18> 6 a 

Kobt,22/*8c 

StephensoB, W^ 12 » 10^ 

- — SteveoMn and Leclue, \h fl^f 

Stewart, M^ 5 /8 c 

B^ 19 M lOfl 

Stirk,0^ 4^8 a 

Stirling, A^ 12 m 10 r 

Stiven, W.. 1 «i 8 h 

Stock, E. S^ 8 iH 10 d 

Sloddarl, R^ 8i8^ 

StormoBt, &. \'ilf% d 

Storrer, J., 15/10/ 

Streeton, Geow, 22 ; 4 & 

Stuart, A., 29 J 4 f 

J.. 1>7/ 



Stublev, 19 m 10 ^ 

Swan/W^ and S«», 2» w U/ 

Sword^ Jobn. 22 j 4 /y 

Symiagton, R. S., 2^3 j 4/ 

l^ait, J., 1 m86 

Taylor, A., 8 / 6 o 

J. H., 26/8 CI 

Tennant, A. B., 12 /*8 // 

Tliin and. Miiiur, 8 / ( 

Thoma»» David, 22 w 

J., 15.; 8 6—5/8 « 

J. 8., 15jii10u 

Thomsen, J^ 22 j 4 h 

TlwrntfMi, A^ 19 m 10 

1% 5 IN 9 it 



Bcnkraptcies (eoniinmed). 

Walker, B. and J., 11 i 8 6 

C, 18^6 a 

Fred^ 12/8rf 

Geo^ 29 J 4 /— 26 m 7/ 

J. C 22y 4 ^ 

M., 22 m 10 6 

Wallace, J., 6/8 r 

Wanda, W^ 29 ; 4/ 

WanstaU, J^ 1 /4 a 

Warder, K, 8 m 10 </ 

Watkina, J. H^ 22 / 4 ^ 

John, 26/8 a 

Wation, J^ 8 ; 8 6—12 m 10 e 

Watt, A., 26/8 a 

Webk,B. P., 6/8e 

Webster, W. G., 26 ; 4 5 

Weir. W^ 29 m 13 /" 

Weldon, C, 15 m 10 a 

Westram, W^ 15^ 8* 

Whitaker, A.. 6 m 9a 

Wlnte, £. and C, 22y 8 e 

J., 19/ 7c 



Whittaker, T^ 1 m » 1-^19 m 10 a 
Whyte, R., 1/4 a 
— W., 5/8 c 
Wi^ht, R. B^ 15 m 10 a 
Wilkie, J.. 15 m 10 a 
Kobt., 11>8 6 



Wilkin8,G.. 29m13/" 
WUkinson, W., 22 ; 4 6 
Wileon, J.. 26 tu 7/ 
jon., 4j8« 



R.,iJ»i4/ 

and Has well, 12 m 10 c 



Woodman, G. A., 22J4b 
Woods, T., 25 j4 6 
Woolley, Alfred, \2fSd 
Wort, Alfred, 12 m 10 c— 22 i?» 10 6 
Wright, A., I m 8 6 
— E. H., 5 / 8 « 

and Newlands, 19/7 c 



n 

10 5 



Thiift, v^ ny8 5 

TiU and IhoMas, 22 m 10 6 

Timewell, A, 1\ ]2fSd 

Tomkins, E. W., 12 m 10 <? 

TregeUas, W., 4 ; 8 a 

Trotter. J., 8 «i 10 rf 

Tucker. H., 4^ 8 a 

W., 18i6a 

Tulp. F^lm^h 

TurubuU, A^ 26 w 7/ 

Vann, H., 8 ; 8 A 

Veitch, J.. 15/ 10/ 

Vixar. Daniel, '3; 4 f 

— — Viiicctt, Gcu.^ io tu l{) u 
IG 



Wylie. J., 5/8c 

Wyllie, R. and W., 11/86 

Young, J^ 6 m 9 a 

Zohrab. E. T., 26i 4 #i 

BAHKBUPTGIES ANNULLED :— 

Banks, T., 4 ; 8 a 

Brasted, W. B.. 26 m 7 /* 

Chapman, G. H. J. M., 15/10/ 

Charles, Wm., 16 m 10 a 

Cockerel), G.R^if4a 

Cottrteney, E. B., 25 ; 4 a 

Cumbers, Francis, 8 m 10 <f 

Fairclough, R. P., I f4a 

Fergusson, W. £. L., 26 m 7/ 

Frost. J.. U / 8 6 

Froude, G^ 26 m 7/ 

Gflmblin, C. H, 18 ; 6 o 

Giilt Edw^ 19 /• 7 c 

Hart, H. J.. 22/ 8 c 

Hok. Gea, 1 ii» 8 6 

Haghes, W., 25 j 4 « 

Irving. Robt.. 15 m 10 a 

Johnson, Francis, 29 » 13/ 

' Jones, R., 12 m 10 c 

Kantcr, Adolpli, 29 m 13 / 



Har. 31, 1879.] palhur's index to "the times" newspaper. 



£aa 



Bankniptdes Annulled (continued), 

King, Henry, 22 /^8 c 

Mason, Alfred, 15 m 10 a 

Mawle, F., 12 /8 c 

Meekins, A., 5 m 9 a 

MiUer, 'Jhos., 15 m 10 a 

Palmer. E. P., 22 / 4 6 

Peacock, C. F., 12 m 10 c 

QuiUiain, S., 26 m 7 / 

Roo«ler, G., 1/4 a 

Roper, J., 26 jh 7 /* 

Roae, W., 12 m 10 c 

Smith, W., jun., 29 j 4/ 

Stanley. I., 8 ; 8 6 

Starkey, N., 15/10/ 

Storr, P., 8/6rt 

Walker, J.. 15/10/ 

Walton, John, 1 m 8 6 

Waterton, E., 4 ;' 8 a 

Wright, W., 26 ; 4 a 

BAlOanJPTOT COURT :— 

Notices of Last Examinations, 



see 



evert/ 



Wednesduyt ani Saturday's paper 

— Alexander, Son & Co., 23 j 4 a 

— Anderson, Geo.. 1 /4 </— 8 /4 c/— 11 /4 d 
J. S., 17/ 11 a 



Armitage and Pearce, 22 ; 1 1 c 

Amoux. Jacques, 80 ; 4 a— 3/4 c 

Bartrum. Pretyman and Mumford, 28/4/ 

Bebro. Marcns, Zm A e 

Benhara, K. K., 12y 4 « 

Benjamin, Maurice, 16 ; 4 /"— 14 / 4 e — 28 

m 4 if 

Bond, Robert, 17 /id 

Bruges. T. G., 8 ; 12 n 

Bnnyard, Harry, 10 m 4 « 

Cahen. H. J., 22^ 11 c— 12 m G e 

Campbell, Geo., 3 m 4 « -6 m 4 e— 7 m 4 / 

— 12 m 6 e 

Carnegie. Alex., 24 7 1 1 /— 6 m 1 1 / 

Carnie. Chas., 25 j i f 

Cartwright, Zach., 25; 4 f 

Chadwick, M. A., 19/4 e 

Chatterton, F. B., 14/4 «— 24 m 4 e— 26 m 

4 e— 31 f« 4/ 

Cbilde and Hinde, 29 mSe 

Clinch and Sons, 8/4 rf 

Cock, Lambome, 30 i* 4 a— 18/4 e 

David, 4/* 3/ 



Cohen, J. P., 16/4 e 

Dickinson, G. F., 3 m 4 e — 10 m 4 c 

rownes, W. B., 11 j 12 a 

Downing, N. B., 8 /4 <f 

Rbsworth, Sons & Co., 16 j 10/* 

Edmonds and Sons, 17 m 4 e 

Engela, Louis, 16/4 d— 27 m 4 « 

Fairman, J. D., 3 m 4 

Flower, W. L., 24/4 < 

Garrud, John, 28 j lie 

Geilinger and Zoltinger, 17 J id 

Gordon, RonaM, 19 m 6 /* 

Gtmnt, Albert, 4 /4 a— 6 / 4 e— 6 m 4 /*— 

20 m 4 e 

and Grant, 8 m 6 6 

— - Greares, John Brook, lljGd 

ex parte Green— re Smith, 2lj5f 

lUlkett, Patrick, 19 m 6/ 



Bankruptcy Court {continued), 
- — Hay, Son & Co., 3 ; 9 a 

Heugh, Balfour & Co., 9^ 12 a 

Holland, Wra., 7 / 4 o 

Hughes, Samuel, 2/11 b 

Huntingtower, Lord, 29 / 4 a 

Kitdiin and Taylor, 28 / 4 / 

Legge, T. W.. 25 /*4 e 

Le Mara. E., 1 j 12 a 

Levrick, Walker & Co., 19 i» 6 / 

Le Voi, — , 11 ; 12 a— 25/4 e 

Macnamara, John, 1 1 /* 4 d 

Malgarmi. F. L.. 8/4 rf 

Maltb^r, John, 24/4 €—21 m 4/ 

Martin and Shiels, 26 fie 

Matthew, Fairlie & Co., 16/10 /— 26 /4e 

and Thielmann, 22 f\2a 

Mayo, Richard, 2»fif 

M -Comas, Thomas, 31 j 4 a— 1 /4 </— 14 mi 

McNeill, A. and H., 1 j 12 a 

Meakin. E. E., 15 /'4 « 

Meredith, Rev. U. F., 1 1 /4 rf 

Metaxa, Count 11.. 12 fi ?— 14 w 4 e 

MiUer, J. F. S.. 1 7 7 11 n 

Milner, Lady, J. F. S., 31 7 4 a 

Monkhouse — re Ward, 25 fm 4/ 

- — Montagu and Barnet. 7 «i 4/ 

Morton and Taylor, 3 m 4 e— 16 m 6 « 

Neill, Thomas, 3 / 9 c— 31 jia 

Newton. Alfred, 25 j A f 

Nicol, Dyce, & Co., '60 j 4 a— 14 w 4/ 

Noble, J. A., 21 /4 c 

Ogden, John, 8 »7i 6 k 

Park, John, 21 m if 

Pelissier and PoweU, 20 w 4 «— 27 m 4 e 

Philippin & Co., 20 m 4 e— 27 mie 

Potter. Geo., 29 w 6 e 

Reichfeeld, Jos., 29 w 6 d 

Koval and Andrews, 5 m II f 

Shand, Alex., Ihj if 

Shaw, Chas., 8 m 6 6 

Shiels & Co, 19/4 *• 

Shore. O. B.. 3 »i 4 « 

Smith. Fleming & Co.. 24 / 1 1 « 

Southern. Quilty & Co., 7 m 4/— 8 w 6 6 

Spilk-r and Cross, 26 /4 c 

Stransberg, Dr., Composition Accepted, & 

Tait. J. S.. 17/11 a 

Taylor & Co., 22 m 6/ 

Temple, Rev. W., 4/4 a 

re Thornton, Joseph. 24 J 11 « 

Throckmorton, Richard. 22 7* 1 1 e 

Tiarks, Tickle and Wright, 4/11 </— 1 /* 4 cT 

Timewell, A. T., 10/4 c/— 27/4 e 

Turner, T. J., 14 m 4 s 

Vidters & Co., 6 / 12 a— ISj 4 d 

Viener, A. M., IZfAe 

Waller, W. Glen, llfAd 

WaUs, John. ll>6cf 

Wame, F., 11 w 4 rf 

Willis, Robt., 26 m 4/ 

Woolf, B. S., 19/4 « 

Wood, T.G., 16/4/ 

Bankruptcy Court Amendment, Notes on, 31 § 
II r-i f 7 f-7 f II f "13 ri2€ 



Bati 



PJllueh,*^ lybsx to ^'thic tiues" Kkwspapxr. 



[JiiD. ' ftf 



Bankruptcy Court, Appoint nionts, 6 f 6 c 

New Act. 28 ; 7 a— lU / 11 a— 27/ 11 /— 

20 m 12 c— 22 7/1 5 a 
Banner Cross Murdter, &ee VciisiCE— Peace 
b rclnj (Jas. W.) Agricultural Holdings Act, 

28 M 8/ 
Bard^ley (C. W.) on St. PauFs Bells and Billiter 

Lane, 8 i 6 a 
Baring (Lord) at Winchester, 7 /* 11 a 
Barlow (T. O.) Memorial of the Koyal Acadcm/, 

11/66 
Bam' Owl, 11/66 
Barnaby (Nath.) on the Battle of Trafalgar, 26 

/ll a 

British Trade with Spain, 26/ U f 

Barnard [T. J.) on the £ast £nd Distress, 29 j 

12 c 
Bamardo's Homes, Annual Festival, Sj 7 /— 10 
, >8a 

Barnstaple, the Liberal Members at, 8 J 5/ 
Barrao ( — ) at the Leeds Liberal Association, 13 

Barrett (Professor) Lecture on the Phonogtaph, 

2jllii 
Barristers' Benevolent Association, 22/ 9 y — 14 

m 11 6 
Barry (Chas.) Made an Honorary Member of 

the Royal Academy of Vienna, 14./ 10 f 
-»— (Edw. M.) Lecture on Architecture, 4/12 

a—ll/g a— 27 fS 6—10 iw 4 c 
Bartlett (W. Lacknuad) Hhodope Refugees and 

English UeUeMy 11 6 
(Dr. H. C.) on Animal and Vegetable Food, 

10 J 4 a 
Bartley (Geo. C. T.) on the East London Water- 
works, 20 J 6 < 
Bass (M. A.) at Smethwick, 4/11 & 
(M. T.) Earnings of the Working Classes, 

6i7« 
■' on the Strike of the Railway Servants of 

the Midland Uailway, 8 i 6 c 
Bastion (Dr. H. V.) on the Disease in American 

Cattle, 3/^11 6 
Bath, Orders of, Conferred, 14/ 9/— 25; 4 «— C 

/9/-12/8C 
Bavaria (King Louis of) Dinner in Honour of 

Louis XIV., &c., 18/9/ 
Baynes (Canon) on the Clergy Co-Operative 

^kxjieties, 8/10 
Bayonet in Zmuland. 4 m 10 a~8 m 12 f 
Bayonets and Assegais, Note on, 13 m 11 e 
Beacousfield (Earl of) Address of the St. George*s 

Societies of Canada aud the United States on 

the Treaty of Berlin, 29 ; 9 /" 
• Banquet to the Austro- Hungarian Ambas- 
sador, 24/9/ 

Health of, 19/ 6 e— 21 f9 d 

Reported Illness of, 8/ 9 /— 9; 9 «— 10 / 9 

/— 13i9e 

Sketched by the French Press, 14 / 6 c 

Beckett (Sir Edm.) Big Ben of Westminster, 17 

/8 6— 20i6/— 22/7« 
: Meaning and Origin of the Laws of Nature, 

81/6/ 

= on the South Eastern Rnilwny, 20/ 8 6 

u on Our Winters, 1 1 / 7 c 

Bedford, Art Exhibition at, 14/ 12 ^ 
18 



Bedford Quarter Sessions, Chairmanship, 9 y 11 c 

Beer Making, 5 m 12 6 

Befriending Young Servants, ses Mbtropolitak 

Begging Letter Nuisance, Note about, 21 / lie 

Behii*8 Ingenious Night Lamp, 13 w 5 e 

B£LOIUM: — 

African Exploring Expedition, 6/6 rf— 21 

m lOs 

Appeals of the Bank Embeszlers Rejected, 

5 m bd 

Baron de Wolmont Imprisoned for Extor- 
tion, Ij & d 

Bishops' Ultimatum, 20/5 <f 

Cattle Disease in, 14/5 < 

Court News, 10 m 6 c 

— = — the King as Colonel of Prusfian Dragoons 
Sends his full length Portrait to the Corps, 6 

Diplomatic News, \2m7 d 

Freedom of Turner's Company Presented 

to, 18 m 7 s— 19 m 9 /* 

New Loan, 19 m 7 d—29 in 7 cf- »1 m 6 a 

Ph)ceedings in the Chambers, 22j5e 

Proposed National Academy in, 1 /7 e 

and the Vatican, 12 f6j—20 mbe 



Beir(R. B.) on the Acci^nt on the Thmiertr 
1»/10/ 

Bells, Mr. Haweis*s Discourse on, 10/8 a 

Big Ben of Westminster, 17 / 8 4—18 ; ll 

A— 20/ 6/— 21 J 6 «— 22/ 7 e 

Manchester, in the Town Hall, 6/ 4 c 

New, for Llandaff Cathedral, 18 m 8 ft 

St. Paul's and Billiter Lane, Note on, 8 ./ 6 d 

Bcnliar Coal C/ompany , Meetings ttf Shareholders, 
7/ 9 f— 23 / 9./— 6/5 <— 19/ 10 c 

Bennett (Mrs.) of Dudley, Charitable Bequests, 
16^9/ 

Benson, the Convict, Remission of Sentence Re- 
fused, 28/9/ 

Berdan ( H. ) Automatic Firing and Range Fenders, 
27./10e 

Beresford (Commander) on the Explosion on the 
Thunderer, 7 j 6 a 

Bergtheil (J.) on South Africa, 81/ 10 c 

Berkeley (S. H.) on School Returns, 13 /'6 € 

Berry (Lt. G. F.) on the Colours of the 24th 
Kegiment, 19 /'10 c 

Bertillon Statistics of Marriage, 1.^ /* 12 a 

Bessemer (Henry) Automatic Firing of Naval 
Guns, 6/6 6 

Steel'for War Purposes, 8 m 10 6—19 m 10 

6—22 m 12 /•— 24 wile 

Bethume (A. M.) on the Peninsular and Oriental 
Company, 19 ?» \'S d 

Bevan (G. P.) Factory Reports, 25 m 5/ 

Labour Question. 9 j 1 1 « 

Bible in Japan, 25 j 9 

New Translation, Meeting of the Old Testa- 
ment Revisors, 2.'^/ 10/ 

of the New Testament Revisors, 12/ 5 / 



—19 m 9 d 
Biblkal Archeological Society, Meetings, 9j5d 

—6 m 7 / 

Note 8 bout, 7 w \0 d 

Bickensteth (Kev. E. H.) on an Impostor Using 

his Name, 24 1 1 1 e 
Bills of Sale Act, Clauses of, 14 /4/ 



Mar. 31, 1«79.] palmeu's inukx to the ** timk:* " newsi'ai'RR. 



Bca 



Big Gooseberries, a Xiectureby Sir Charles Dilke, 

e> / 1 1 c 
Bigg«r (—) on the Future of the Irish Bace, 4 m 

bu 
BiUoD a'^d Crump, Meadows ColUeries Advance 

the Wages 6 I'er Cent, ISjde 
Bird Show, see Crystal Talacb 
Biftis, a Word for. 3 / a /— 7 ; 3/— 9; 10 e— U 

/ J2 6— 15> Wd 
Birdwood (Dr. G.) on Indian Pottery, 27/8 a 
Quest and Early Eui-opean Settlement in 

India, I f7/ 
Birkbeck Institution, Anniversary Meeting, 11/ 

•J/— 2G/8A 

Speech of Prince Leopold, 26/8 b 

Prince Leopold Sends a Donation to the 

Building Fund. \mbf 
Birkett (T.) on the New Lectionary, 22/12 a 
Birmingliam, Meeting at on the Afghan Question, 

1 ; b €—2 / 6 e— 87 6 a—10 3 6 f—Uj 11 /— Itf 

; Uy— 19 m 1 1/— 20 m 10 e— 25 m 5 e 
J>estruction of tlie Free Library by Fire, 

tee F1RB8 
Donations Towards the Lioss, 16 ; 6 d — 

J81 10 c— 21 jUJ 

' Henry Irving on, 21 J 11 f 

Note about, 14 7 10 a 



1 



Distress in, 4/11 a— 11 m 10 f 

Chamber of Commerce, Meeting pn a New 

Bankruptcy Bill, 22 m 5 a 

Gas supply of, 5/ 1 1 « 

s Grammar Schof<l, 1/6 6 

Liberal Association and Mr. Bright, 4 j 6 c 

Qaeen*8 Hospital, the Queen bends 100 

Guineas to Aid, 13> 9 e 
— r- Report of l4ie Visiting Justices on the 
Working of the Prisons Act, 1 j »/ 

'. Science College, Annual Meeting, 25y 11 d 

Society of Artists, New President, 21 7 6 e 

-— ' IVaosactions of the Town Council, 18/10 c 
BZBTHB: — In Consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects bom 
nbnMud, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
yerttaed in the Times. 

• Lytton, Lady, of a Son, 7 f5 e 

— Parma, Ex-Duchessof, of a Daughter, 1 1 7 5 6 

the Pope B^Mmes Godfather to the Infant, 

Hj5e 
pirthjB, Deaths and Population Returns, Oflftcial 

Report, 14/3 6 
J^lachford (Major Gen.) on the 24th Regiment, 

21 /■*« 
BlMc^ (Chas. E. D.) on Afghaniston, 18^ 6 a 
^bckley ( W. L.) Regalia of K. Charles I., 29 j 

12 a 
Blake (Thoa.) Go-operative Assodi^tions, 6 in 11 o 
^lashill (jfhoB,) on Our Winters, 10 ; 11 d 
Jsknoowe i^Qwrge) pn Mr. Colenso and the Zulu 

Mission. 21 m 8 c 

. on MlMionaries in Zulnland, 27 m 10 e 

Pliod, Beat Metl)o4 fQr Improving the Condition 

of, 6/ 10 c 

(nsuranee Agamst, Note on, 11 m 10 6 



Blythe (Bro.) Trades' Unionism in America, 2 j 

10 e 
Bolckow, Vaughan & Co., Experiments on Steel, 

14 //16 a 
BOOKS:— 
*' Academy" Reported Cessation of. Untrue, 

10? 9/ 

Bo k of Leinster, 27 wi 4/ 

Mrs. Brasney's " Voyage in the Sunbeam ^ 

Translated into French. 87 10 b 
Buseh's Book on Prince Bismarck, New 

Edition, 10/ 6a 
Carnarvon (Earl of) New Translation of the 

Agamemnon of OSschylis in the Press, 7 m 5/ 
Cartasde India of Chtistopher Columbus ; 



a Spanish Official Volume, 6 /'lO/ 

Correspondence of Frederick the Great, 25 

; 5 <r— 28 7 6 b 

Crown Prince Rudolf Publishes " a Hunting 

Exeusion," S no d 

Dante's '• Inporus " M'Littre's Translation 

of into Old French. 24 ; 5 h 

Dindorf's Philological Library, Arrange- 
ments to Sell, 20/ 12 a 

— England and Russia in Central Asia a New 
Wok. 1 m9« 

Victor Hugo's Poem ** La Patie Supreme,'* 

21/5 6 

— • List of German Books Issued during the 
Pa«tYejir, 28^6 6 

Literary Notes, 18^ 11 6— 7/11/— 14/11 

/— SJ4/4 «— 21 m 5 rf— 29 m 4 c 
Price Sale List of Important Works Sold 

at Sotheby's, 7 w 8 A 

Publishing Feat, 19/10 /* 

Roll's Series a Second Volume Published, 

28 /^ 10 c 
Statistical Table of Trade in during 1878, 

1 7 10 a 
First Volume of M . Thiers's Speeches Ready, 

13/6/ 
Titnet Column of New Books and New 

Editions, 1 7 12 d—2 7 12 c & d—S 7 10 c— 4 J 

12 e & /•— 6 j 12 c— 7 ; 10 c— 8 7 12 d—9 1 8 c 
— 10jl2</— II7 12/— 13 J 12rf— 14yi2 c— 
15 7 12 d— 16 ; 12 «— 17 ; 12 rf— 18j 12 </— 2a 

j 12 c— 21 i 12 c & (/- 22 7 12 1/— 23 ; 12 c— 24 
; 12 rf— 25 i 12 «- 27 7 12 t— 28 i 12 c— 29 7 12 
e— 30j 12 d—^Xj 12 rf— 1/12 c & rf— 8 / 13 d 
—4/12 rf— 5/12 c— 6/12 c & rf— 7 f\2 d— 
8 / 12 c & rf— 10/12 c— 11 / 12 c— 12/ 12 c-- 

13 f\2d'-n J 12 a— 18/12 rf— 19/12 rf— 
20 /12 c— 21/ 12 /•— 22 /' 12 «— 24/12 c— 26 
/ 12 d— 27/12 rf— 28 / 12 « & /—I m 12 d—3 
m 12 c— 4 m 12 cf— 5 m 12 e— 6 m 12 a— 7 m 12 
d— 8 m 14 0—10 m 8 6—11 m 12 d— 12 m 14 d 
& e— 13 m 12 6—14 m 12 c— 15 m 14 c— 17 m 
12 c— 18 m 12 c— 19 m 14 e— 20 m 12 r— 21 m 
12 y— 22 m 14 c— 24 m 8 6—25 m 12 c— 26 m 

14 6—27 m 12 (/— 28 m 12 ^—29 m 14 e— 31 m 
12c 

see. alto Rbtibttb 

^booksellers* Pr.iyident Institution, Annual Re- 
port, 28^ 10/ 

Borcum Lighthouse Damaged by Fire, MfTd-rs. 
19 / 7 r 

Bosnia, Fugitives in, 29 i 12 d 



PA^LMEU'S INDEX TO *' THE TIUES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to " 



nosnia and Herzegovina — Anniversary of the 

Birth of Mahomet CVlebrated in. lU m 6 6 
— ^ M 1 lary Jus i e i* , \2 f U f 

MisceUanooutf News, 16 j 5 o — 17 j 6 c 

New Roads in, 1 7 ./ 6 c 

ProviBional Statute for, 14 i 6 b — 14 j 10 c 

Statistical Returns to be Taken, \ j b d 

Bourke (Hon. R.) at King's Lvnn. (>/ 10 h 
Bousfield (Bp.) and his Party in South Africa, 

18/10/" 
Bow Street Police Court, New Buildings, 10 m 7 c 
Bowden Roform Club, 4 ; 6 c 
Bower (J.) on the Zulu War 18/ 10 b 
Bowver (Sir Geo.) Liabilities of Trustees, \j\(Sd 
Brabrook (— ) Life of Sir Thos. More, 28/8 c 
J3rackenburg ^C. B.) on Krupps Steel Guns, 27 

m B e 
Bradford Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meet- 
ing, 21 ; 6 a 

Treatj of Commerce on the Italy, 8 / 3 < 

Mr. W. E. Forster at. 17 j U/— 21 > 6a 

Liberal Associations, 20y 6 c 

Victoria Hotel Company, 7/7 c 

Bradshaw ( — ) on Africa as a Necessity for £ng- 
land*s Industries, 19 m 13 6 

Our Second India, 9j A d 

on Joint Stock Banks, S J7 b 

Brandram (— ) Recitals at Willis's. 25 j 10 b 
Brassey ^Thos.) on the Church and Trade, 4 m 11 /* 

Capital and its Use, 81 ; 4/ 

on the Depression of Trade, 25 / 8 a 

at Hastings, 12/8 b 

on the Itidian Ironclads, 14 m 12 6 

Brave Act in Saving a Boy's Life on a Level 

Crossing, 6 i 7/ 
BBAZIL:— 

Black Plague in, 4/6/ 

Budget, 13> 6 i— 31 m 6 b 

the Emperor Opens the LagUlature in Per- 
son. 3 7 3 6 

•— Famine and Pestilence in, 4 m 1 1 ft 
* — — Franciscan Procession Forbidden by the 

R. C. Bishop, 22 m 7 « 
^-^ Law to Make Education Compulsory, 20 j 

6c 
"—— Lynching a Slave, for Murdering a Planter, 

7 »i 5 e 

► Ministerial Crisis, 18/6 c— 28/5 d 

Misc*ellaneous News, 5 /"5/— 12y 6/— 17/ 

6 c— 24/6 6— 6 in 5 c— 7»i6*e 

Railway News, 4/6 / 

Small Pox in, 22 m 7 s 

- Riot at Mersor, 28 fo e 

Yellow Fever in, 28 J 6 (1—3 m 6 6 

Bramhead(J. S.) on Farming Expences, 87 11 6 

Brickmaking Trade, 4 m 11/ 

Bright (Jacob) at Ashton-under-Lyne, 12/86 

/John) on the Afghan War, 18 m 7 s 

. ' and Free Trade, 31 iw 11 rf 

■ ^ on the Government of India, 6 m 8 & 
. on Juvenile Smoking, 20/5/ 

Letter Denying he Employs Foreign La- 



bour, 10/6/* 

Notice about, 22 m 1 1 y 

on Protection, 18 f 5/ 



Brighton Aquarium Company, 12/7 / 
Brine (Col.) liound the World, 23> 6 / 
^0 



Brine f CoL) Court Martial on the InvincibUt 7 
mo/" 

Bristol Chamber of Commerce in Commercial 
Treaties, 25 f \() f 

Musical i^fstival, 10 /"ll « 

WorkhouBc Uevel, I / c 

British American Land Company, S\ ml d 

Arch«aIogic:il Association, and Roman Re- 
mains at Linr»>ln, 21 ;' 12 a 

Exhibition of Small ObjecU before, 7/6 e 

Meeting, 21/9 rf 

Papers Read before, 8 m 6 A 

Beekeepers' Association, Meeting, 14 m 11 6 

Gallantry, Note on, 22/ 10 e 

UomGBopathic Society, Meeting, 3 / 12 6 

lion Trade Association, Action Taken by, 

to Arrest the Protection Movement in Get- 
many, 4 /* 3 a 

Meeting of the Board, 11 m 11 /*— 13 m 8 



0—20 m 6 d 

Official Letter to, 3/ 10 a 

— Land Company, 6/7 s 

— Medical Benevolent Fund, Annual Meeting, 
6/6 « 

— Museum, to be Illuminated by the Electric 
Light, 31; 6/— 26/5/ 

the (Geologists Association Visit, 19 m 4 < 

Large Collection of Papers relating to 



John Wilkes added to, 19 / 6/ 

Lighting of the Reading Room, Notes on, 



28/10 c— 11 1116/* 

Account of, 3 /A 6 6 



New African Fossil Sent to, 4 ^"4 a 
Regulations for Opening to the Public, 



11/8 c— 14 m 11/— 26 m 13 c 

Screens for the King's Library, 24 j 6 h 

Trustee. 21 m 9/ 



Orphan Asylum, 27/11 c 
Annual Meeting, 15y 8 c 



Shipownen' Company, 2iJ 7 e 

Trade and Foreign Tariffs, 4/9 /" 

and American Mortgage Company, 24 m 7 a 

•i and Foreign Bible Society, Anniversary 

Proceedings, 28 / 5 < 
Marine Lisurance Company, 16^ 7 s— 20 



j7a 



Workmen, Note on. 27/11 a 



Brittain (Fred.) on the Treaty of Commerce with 

France, 17/ 8 d 
Bruckelbank (T. A.) Automatic Couplings on 

Railways, 16 j 10 6-6 / 6 / 
Brodrick'(Geo. C.) on the Guildford Election, IS 

i7/ 
on Competitive Examinations for Parlia- 
mentary Candidates, 15 j 8 c 
Brooker (Rear Adm.) on the Accident to the 

Thunderer, 9 j iO d 
Brougham ^Lord) Fetes at Cannes to Celebrate 
the 100th Anniversary of his Birth, 13 m 10 /* 
Brown (Harold) on the Defects of Joint Stock 
Banks, 28y 10 rf— 4y 6 e 

(J. A.) on the Paris Lottery, 3176c 

Bavley and Dixon (Limited), 10 m 7 e 

Davis & Co. (Limited), 16 ; 7 6 

Brunswick, Duchy of, Regency in Case of Death, 

I8J0C 
Diet Adopt the Regency Law, 17/5 « 



3Iu\ 31, 1879.] PALSIKki*Jj IKDEX TO ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPKIt. 



BaCBi 



Bi unswick, Ducliy of, Sucoesaion, 2/5 c—\Sj 5/ 

btfo-o the German Diet, 18 ; 6 /* 

and the Kx-King of Hanover. 3^3 rf— 6 

m 8 c 
Brycs (James) Condiiion of Asia Minor, 27j6d 
Bucharest to Tirnova. 29 / 10 ci 
Building Trade, bhi-ffield, Reduction of Wages, 

1;9/-14;10 6 
BULGARIA:-- 

Account of Tirnova, 6/3 e 

Address Committee, Meetings, 17 m 5 J — 

1» m 7 0—20 mod 

Artirles of the Constitution, 25 /*6 o 

Assembly of Notables in, Meetings of, 14 / 

4 /— 20 / 5 y— 2^ ; 5 c— 20 f 6 c— 28 / 6 c— 6 

m 5 o 

rirst Speech Made. 28/6 c 

Formal Opening of, 24/6 rf 

O&cial Piolocol of the Opening of, 8 /ii 7 c 

Opening Address. 25/5 d 

' Preparations for Opening. 20/6 c 

Pi-oceediugs of, 7 w 5 (/— 8 m 7 c— 10 m 6 

a -1 1 m 5 c— 13 m 5 d & «— 14 m 6 c — 16 m 7 

<■— 19 m 7 c— 21 m 6 c— 22 m 7 c- 24 m 6 a— 

27 m5d 

Programme of, 12/6 « 

Rules foi, i m 5 e 

Atruciiies by Turks in, 8 m 7 c 

Iteportea in, 7j 3 c — 17 J 5 e 

and Aus'Tia, 27/6 d 

' and I he Balkans, 3 m 6 e 

B^ilkan Disturb.) njcs. 23^5 c 

Capital City for, 29^ 5 d— 31 m 6 e 

Caucuses in, 22 m 7 b 

Ctimniittee on the-ConsJitution, 28 m 5 c — 

29in 7 a 
lo Procure the Union of, wiih Ea-lern 

Koamelia, 1 m 5 e 

Conflicts with Tu'.ki^h Troops, 31 m 5 e 

Constitution for, 6/o d 

Deptttaiion to the European Courts, 11 m 6 

d—'6i mb e 

I>etail8 for Composing a National Assembly, 

6;6/-— 9./6C— 17>6</ 

Disturbances in. 20 / 5 6 

Division of, 2 1 /3 d 

and Eaniem Roumelia, 24 / 6 ^ 

Elcc.ionfor thePi Jiice, Ijb c— 2 /St &^— 

3 J 6 ci—ij 5 a— 7> 6 d~ 'J J b 6—23 jbd 

Eleciions, Ij 5 c — 20/6 d 

Evacuation of, by the Russian Troops, 24 



/ 6 6 — 14 ffi 6 r 
Formaiion of an Archaeological Society for, 

Zl m 5 e 

FroiUier Commission, 14 / 6 a 

and Greece, 24 / 6 a 

Greek and Bulgarian Chun;h Dispute, 16 j 

5 6— 20/6 a 
^ - Inaorroction in, 12 m 7 c — 13 m 6 rf— 14 m 6 

c— 28 jn 5 c 

ana Macedonia, I m 5 d 

Meeting of the Assembly, 21 / 6 /*- 27 / 6 e 

-2S>i 6 </— 30 i o /— 31 J 6 rf— 10 fb c— 11 /* 

5 rf— 12/"5 6— 17/6/— 22/6 d 
— Movements in, M fb b 

MiscelUneous News, 22 / 6 6—30 ; 6 /*- 10 

jfb e-^lbj'b tt— 25/6 e-277 ^ ^-* w*6.<f— 



Bulgaria (rontinne.il), 

6 MJ 5 rf— 10 »i « 6—12 m 7 J— 14 m 5 rf— 17 m 

5 /— 19 m 7 </— 21 w 5 6 -27 w 5 c— 31 m 6 a 

'- Passports Introduced by Russia, \7 j be 

Pay of the Deputies, 22 w 7 e 

Reception of Prince Korsakoff, 21/5 6—22 

fbd 
Reglements for ihe Constituante Translated, 

7tR 5 c 

Review at Tirnova. 24 /*6 a— 25 / 5 « 

— — and Roumania, 23 ; 5 d— 24 j 5 u 

and Russia, 29 jbd 

Russian Peculation in, 29 / 5 </ 

State of the Villages in. \i fb a 

Surplus Accumulations, how to Deal with, 

\7 jbd 
Tiiumpkal Bntry of the Roumanian Army 

inlo, 7 m 3 6 
Tuikish Houses in Tirnova Demolished, 21 

Bulgarian and East Roumelian Refugees, Appeal 

fior,7 ibd-1j7f 
Soldiers Conducting; Turks and Russians t« 

the Police Couri for T ial, 31 ; 6 « 
BuM (T. W.) on the Fire a Meirenger, 21 /* 8 « 
Bulwer (J. Z.) on the Administration of Justice, 

27 m 6/ 
Buiiyaii (C. J.) on Mr. Asliley and Mr. Colcnso, 

20 «A 10 c/ 

on Mr. Colcnso and M:-. Robertson, 24 m 10 c 

Burghr, Encounter wi.'h, at Kosslyn Park, 28 f 

10 6— 3 wild 
Burchell (\Vm.) Special and Co^umon Juries, 16 

; 11 a 
Eu.dett (H. C.) Hospital Reform, 27 mi }0 e 
Burglaries, Suburban, S j il 6—11 / iSc- 13/ 

12 6 

at Clackhcath, S f7/ 

in Norfolk, 7 mb f 

Burglary a- Ediingham Vicarage, 11/6 c 

ui Easton in-Gordano, ^J M c 

at Stoiiehouse, 2 / 6 « 

av Wavei tree, 1 .; 4 o 

iiiid A»temp.ed Mu.der at Tackley, 21 ; fie 

hud Murderous Assa^ilts at Myrtle Farm, 

near Pill, 9 ; 10 e— 1 1 .;' ^0 c—2^j 10 e 

Outrage at Kingswood, near BriKtol, 28 / 



50 c -29i6/' 
Burials Bill of xMr. Balfour, Note o:i, 24/ 11 / 
— ^-^- Note on. 4 m 8 a 

Law, ««c CjviL Action-— i)M/.y v. W'Lson 

Ques'.lon, 12/11 d— 20/(iy— 21 /7 e— 26 

fb o— 3 mil/ 

the Keclo: of Port ifhead Refuses t« Bury 



the Child of a Paribhioner. 22 / 12 J 
Burke (J. B.) Empress of Austria, 12 m 7 « 
Burmah, xee 1ni>ia 

Burn (Roberi) on ihe Classical T;ipo8, 21 m 8 6 
Burnahv (Fved.) Spanish View oi free Trade, 

24>4V— 8/11 c 
Burne (O. T.) British Agents in Afghanistan, 26 

/ 11 6 
Bur.e-Jones (^Edw.) Art Frauds. 6/6 / 
Burns (John; on British and Foreign \Vorknioiw 

:27 /• 1 1 « 
Buirowes (J. F.) Church Music. 8 / 6/ 
Burton (W. W.) ou the Zulu War, 'JOfWfM 



«9tn 



PALMES S IWDEJL TO '* THB TIMES NEWSrAPEK. 



[^«#aD. 



Bur^lcni, Borough of» Memorial for Commisnon 

of Peace for, 6/10/" 
Bury Conservative AssociatioOi Annual Soiree, 

7/116 
Butler (Mr.) Elected a Corresponding Member 

of the KiBfaludy Society, 18 / 6 /* 
Butt (Isaac) Illness of, 22 f 10 /-26/ 10 J— 26 

/ 9y— 27/9/— 28 / 8 c— 5 m 10 e— 6 « 6 «— 

7 M 9 /•— 8 m 7 /— 12 m 10 6— U m 11 <— 24 m 

6rf— 29mUa— 31 w 9/ . 
Buxton (T. F.) on the Zulu War, 80 ; 10 c 
Byron (H. J.) en the Stage of 1878, 18.; 10 e 
(Lord) Statue of, and Memorial Fund, 80 / 

10 6— 11/80 

C. 

Cab Drivers* Benevolent Association, Festival 
Dinner, 27 »i 9 / 

Cabinet Council Meetings, 1 7 ; 9 f-'22J 9 «— 23 
j 9/— 247 9 /■— 25 / 9 e— 27 j 9 /— 3 /9 /— 4 
/g/-— 11/9/— 12/9 e— 17/9/— 19/6 e - 
21/9 d-22 f9 rf-25 /*9 /"— 1 w 9 «— 8 m 9 e 
—5 m 10 e—e M 9/— lb i»< 9 rf— 12 »i 11 /"—IS 
m 9 «— 16 m 7 «— 17 m 9 e--19 w 11 /— 20 m 9 
/— 21 TO 9 /•— 22 m 1 1 «— 24 m 9 J— 27 m 9 /— 
29 m 11 d— 81 m9f 

Cadogan (Lord) on the Administration of Charity, 
2/6./ 

Cage Birds, Exhibition of, at Alexandra Palace, 
1 /9 f 

Calais Harbour, 23 i 6 f 

CAMBRIDGE UNIV£BSITY;— 

■ Annual Accounts, 31 i 8 ci 

^— Apix)intnK'nt«, 27 w 10 i? 

Barnwell National Schools, Grant to, 21/ 

12 a 

Buruey Prize, 12/6 / 

Candidates for Degree's, 1/ 6 c 

Cavcndibh College, Meeting about, 21 m 10 

/•— 28 m 10 c/ 

Chancellor's Medal, 19/8 <»-26/8 rf— 19 

w 13 e— 22 w 13 /* 

-^ Class Lists, 24 / 8 r 

i'kssical Tripos, 21 m 8 a— 22 m 13 /-SI 

k mils 

•* Notes on, /«c Classical 

Cobden Chili Priitv ISi //* 14 6 

- — Congregations, 1 >(><;— 27 > U a— 21 /12 a 
-^21 « 7 / 

- — Corpus Chris ti College, New Master, 17 m 
6/ 

-. — Cressingliam Prize, 27y 8 « 

•^ Darwin Memoriat Fund, 8 m 9 e 

- — Degree* Conferre<i. 13 » 8 6—24 ? 8 c--2T ; 

1 1 «— 31 j 8 «— Z /6 «— 21 / 12 a— 7 w 8 c— 
21 in 7 /■ 

., — Elections. 12/6; /— l^/S «— 17 m 6 / 
-< — Examinations for Pi&cs and MeJa1s> 23.^ 6 

e-.7/*6«— 21 fVla—^m9t 
^ — Examiners,* 2^j 8 «;— 7 y 6 «— 22 j 9«/— 24 

/9/— 7w8c 
--. — Gorton College, Clothworkcrs' Grant to^ 8 

/G6 

^ Note? on. 12 f\\ f-\?,f\\ r 

— — Grant of R(H)ks to the Western University, 

Tana da. 7 in ^ c 
— -^ lialscHii Prize. l:$ ; 8 6 

LcL\urcr, LK\tion, 20 / 8 c— 19/8 a 



Oambridge Uniyexsity (raniinuedS, 

Inspector of Com Ketums, \2f^f 

Lectures, 1 j 6 c— 247 8 e 

Mathematical Tripos, 207 9 /"—IS m 8 c 

Matriculation, 6 m 11 6 

Members Prize — Award, 6 f5e 

Memorial of the Students to the Commii- 

tioners on Antiquarian Research, 10/8 6 

Moderators and Ezaminert, VSj^k 

Notice, 29 ; 8 c 

Reports, It' 6 c 

Sanskrit. Examinations for, 7 fQe 

Scholarships Awarded, 22/9 /— 29 « lU 

Seatonian Prize, 27 w 10 « 

Selwyn College, New Warden, 8/6/ 

Smith's Prixes, 6/6/ 

Training of Teachers, 21 / 12 « 

Vacancies, 28 A"8 c 

Worcester College, New Statute, IjBc 

Yorke Prize, 22 > 6/ 

CANADA:— 

and Alaska, 13 m 6 e 

Anecdotes of the New GoTemor-Genenl 

and the Princess Louis, 2 / 3 c 

an Arctic Port for, 1 J if 

Ball at Government Uouse — Over 1,000 

Guests, 2iy 6 6 

Budget, 14 m 6 « 

Cattle Disease in. 29.; 6 e— 27/5 e 

Differential Duties First Imposed, 17 n 6ff 

Dominion Parliament 2i»uinmoned, 6 ; 6 c 

Opening of the Assembly, 13 j 6 6—15 / 

5e— 17/6 6— 19/6 < 

the Governor and his Bqyal Lady ViBit 



Niagam, 24 ; 5 </— 27i 5/— 7 /8 a 
— Great Bear, ihe Indian Chief, Porsned bj 
Police, 28 m 6 c 

at Home," at Ottawa by the Princess 



Louise, 17/66 

— - Line of Ste:imer8 from, to Brazil, 31 « 6 A 
Kev. Dr. Medley Klected Metropolitan of 

the Dominion, 29 j 5/ 

Meeting against Protective Duties, 3 m 6 6 

Miscellant^ous News, 18 m 6 e 

NewTaiifr, 17m 7 a 

Year's Day Reception by tlie Governor^ 

General, 2700— 16/9/ 
Newfoundland Denies a Proposed Unk>n to 

the Dominion, 9^ 6 d — 24 j 6 d 
' Parliamentary Proceedings* 16 w 7 s 

- Seek the Right of Navigation in United 



States Canals, 28; 5/ 

Shipments of Cattle, 24/6 6—27 m 6 € 

- Trade in, 207 6 rf— 27 ; 5/ 

Canaila Company, Annual Report, 19m I2.e 
Canadian Live Stock Trade, 2 j 7 rf— 16>9/— 4 

w\\ f 
Capital, 24j3a 

- Statistics, 6/3 rf 
CANALS :— 

Boats Act. Note on, 15/12 rf— 17/ 10« 

Birnungbara Navigation Company, 3 « 7 s 

Madras Irrigation and Canal Compaaj, 8> 

7 7« 

Oxford Navigation Company, 15/11/ 

State of Shares, see every days paper, 

Suvz, Notice about, 30 ; 12. a 



^lar. 31, 1&79.J palmkk's indkx to " tuk times" NKWSPArER. 



Cla 



Canals, Suez, Gross Receipts of the Past Year, 27 

the Nartkhorne, Aground in, 8/6 6 

Canterbury, Royal Visit to, 26 /'D./ 

(Abp. of) Reply to the Address of Condo- 
lence by the Westminster Guardian on the 
Decease of Mrs. Tait, 4 ; 9 T 

Letter to the Church wardena of the 

Diocese of Litchfield, 18/4 a 

to Mr. Berens on the Reformed Episco- 
pal Charch, 3 m 6 c 

Cantor Lectures, 21 ; 11 «— 28 ; 6 /— 18 fUh 

Cape (A. W.)14/ 10 r 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :— - 

Annual Meeting ef the Basiatos, 1 i 5 « 

Blue Book on the Aifairs of, 22 m 4 </— 28 

mZd 

Colonial Defence. 28 J 8 a 

Folk Law of. 2> 10 6— I6i 6 f 

Goldfields in, 6 7*5 « 

GriquaUind, West, 25 / 6 o 

Mounted Police at, 1 > 11 «— 21 / 10 <— 25 

>6c— 22/- 10/ 

Note about, 31 / 10 c 

Bp. of Pretoria and his Party, 1 4/ 1 ! cf 

- — Return of Trannvaal Volunteers Killed in 

the War with the Caffres, 8> 9/ 

RitualLtfm in, 8 m 10 <f 

Ship News, 11/ 10 6 

• Treatment of Caflfres in, 15 »j 12 d— 19 m 

12 f ' 

Unirersity— Degree Day, 1 1 7 6 € 

War with the Zulu, see Zulu 

Cape Town (Bp. of) on the Zulu War, 13 m 8 6 
Capem (D.) on the Volunteers, 14 1 10 c— 11 / 
10/ 

Cipiial and its Use, 31 7 4/ 
Capper (S, J.) on the Swiss Railway Accident, 
27 /7« 

Garden (R. W.) on the Metropolitan Bunk, 30 j 
7 

Cardiff, New Town Clerk for. 22 ; 6./ 

Carignan Outrage, Eztraoidinary at, see Out- 

Carlisle TBp. of) on the New Lectionary, 17 m 

13 6 

Carnarvon (Earl of) on Art at Newbury, 25 m 4 a 
Carpet Trade of Ki<iderminster, 2 / 10 / 
Carr (J. C.) on Artistic Copyright, 7/4 / 
Cashel (Bp. of) Illness of, 31 m 6 e 
Castebar (Ennlio) Lectures on Spanish Litera- 
ture, 25 I 6/ 
Castle (H. J.) RaUng of Machinery, \0j7.d 

and Sons, on the Battle of Trafalgar, 4 w 6/ 

Cathedrals, Notes about, 30 i 8 b—3 /6b 

Cato Street Conspiracy, Death of the Last Bow 

Street Runner Associated with. 7 f7 f 
CATTLE:— 

• — in America, 22 ; 9 /*— 3/ 10/ 

American and American Import Duties, 26 

/llrf t~ . 

Annual Show at the Palais de T Industrie. 

17/6 e 

•"— Diseases, Gentlemen Ceasing to be Inspec- 
tors, 4 J 8 a 

• — - Outbreaks of. 11 j 8 o— 31 j 6 c— 7 fo f 
--J0/7*— 15 tbb^\7 n a 



I 



GatUe (^ron* inued). 

Disease, Privy Council Order on, 3/ 11 a — 

8y 5«— 16/12C— 3 OT 6 t 

in Switzerland, 13 / 5/— 15/5 b 

in the United SUtes, 30; 6 f^3/ll 6— 

4/10/-7/llrf 

Diseased Cattle Slaughtered at Sitting- 



bourne, 21/9 d 
Foot and Mouwh Disease near Carlisle, 22 

;85 

in Ireland, 20/11/- 

Live, from Canada, 14 / 10 </ 

Sales of Shorthorns, 31 w 1 1 a 

Show of Fat, Note on, 10 i 1 1 « 

State of Trade in, see every d'iy*s paper 

Trade of America, 20/4 e— 20 /* 1 1 /— 21 

fb c— 22/8 a— 26 /* 11 c— 8 m 9/— 18m 7 e 
Caucus in London, 8^* 5/— 11 j 10 f 

System, 4/11/ 

Caution against Impostors, 26 m 13 6 

Professed Insurance Agents, 1 1 / 7/ 

Cave (Thomas^ on the Atlantic and Great West- 
ern Bonds, 18 m II b—2l m II 6 
Cavendish (Lord F.) at Ovenden, 31 j 10 b 
Celtic Languages, 9 jdf 
Centenarians, 11 /'S c— 17 /6 d— 24/4/— 26 f 

o/—Sm 6 c— 4 wi 6/ 

James Dobony, Aged 108, at Clonmel, 2/6 « 

Xlm Oldest Inhabitant of Brof^lie, Aged 100, 

Died while Smoking \m I'ifie, II /'C r 

Eliaibeth Pot ler, of Skewsby.' 1 2/^ e 

Central Asia, England and liussin in, 30 j 6 s-^ 

31J8A 

News, 10 / 6 6 

and Quctta, 8 m 5 « 

Rusttian Exploration of, o f 5 </— 11 flQ 

/-21y4/ 
Chambers of Agriculture, Meetings, 5y 11 

6—6 m 7 c 

Co-Oi>erative Board of Great Britain and 

Ireland, Meet it tg, 13 j 10 e 

Cerealism, 28 ; 10 / 

Ceylon, Desjuitch of Troops from, to the Cape, 

11 m lie— 24 in 7 f 
Chamber of Shipping. Annual Meeting. 8 / 4 « 
Chamberlain (Joseph) om Labour Candidates, 15 

; 10 b 
Chancellor ( W«lter) on Railway Thieves, 7j 4 f 
CHANGE 0? SUENAIiBS ^„ :— 
Aslley, B. B. G., to be Ludford-Astlev. 7 

j\b 

^ J, N. F„ to be Ludford'Ajtlev, 2 J 1 b 

Bond. W. 11. B., to be nodgNon] 6/16 

-^^ Caulfleld, E. H„ ti) be J)e Vuue, 27 J 1 6 

(^ou|«land, t«lw., to be MitthtJl. 7 j \ b 

Davis, Alfred, to be Rojiers, 3i / 1 /; 

^ Elliot, J. E. and G.. tu be Bat'e«, 21 m 1 b 

Fife, J. C, to be Cookson, II ; I A 

Frost, M. A., to be >Iarcham-Mx?ar8, \\ mlh 

— ^— George, H. I., to he 8C George, \J I b 

Gigg. R, IJ., to be Jones. 25 m I h 

Hawkins, E. B., to be lilHek-Unwkins, 2/ 

m 1 b 
Haycock, Wni., to by lUne- Haycock, 3^1 b 

Jones, F. C, to l)e Fi hir, 22 ; 1 // 

Peterkin, G. G., to be Grant, 26 w 1 h 

„, RqL'o. Wni.. to be l]opkimiOU-^^iiil^e. 24 / 1 A 



Cfift 



FALMEH S INDEX TO 



THE TIMKS 



»♦■ 



NEWSrAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 



Change oi Surraines (roa inur.d), 

hkiniicr. MarLi. to be M'Bu:nie, 19 m 1 6 

l^Ufp, J. S., to be Suuihl.'in, J4 j 1 h 

Walker, H. M., to be Marr oU, 5 f\ b 

Whitford, E. T. T., to be \Vh I tford- Hawkey, 

16; 1 A-18 / I h 

Wi I kills, 11. J., to be H. A. E. Eversleigb^ 



13; I h 

Wr^.iJ, G. W. W.. u, ho Nao;h, 7/16 



( IvmU Ko}j.l, Lent Pivavheie, 27/11 /— 10 m 

9d 

Savoy, Canoi) Miller at, lijOf 

Noti'C, 20./ 5/ 

Cha})1a()d (A. F. T.) on the Lcj;acy and Succes- 

^ion Duties, 1 1 m /> e 
rhaiilin (Edw.) un Sir C. Dilke's Kesolation, 31 

m 8 a 
f hapnuiP ( W.) on C^x^f, Cook's Centenary, 8 /"S a 
I h!i;cot ' Di.) on Abiurmil Keivous Slates, 23 

7 3 .• 
Chnriiig Cioss Hospitnl Annual Court, 14/4 f 
— - Hotel f^omppny, Jo f6e 
ChHTles I., Rejfalia o^ 'Jdj 12 a 
riiarles CRuomell & Co. (L mitedX 2^7/6 6 
rhariiflble AopeHls, 1 ; 11 e—2 / 10 e 
i'baritphle Apiieals and Donations, net each Society 

or Charity 
riiariiy, Administiation of, 2 i 5 /— 6 / 11 c 

Abroad anu a Home, 2.^ ; 1 1 e 

Ill-bt'Movvotl— •* the Ero;:en Out," 15 j 6 • 

' an<l »Iie Poor Liivs. ''J.j of 

rml Self Help, 9; 11 r 

Orirrniz.ition. Notts aboui, 11 m 11 e — 14 w 

11 /L_lo ut r» «— 20 m 11/ 

— ill the Mit;(lk» A?e«, Note on, 25 w 5/ 

ami l*oor Law llelief, 25 ; 7 « 

Soeiea'. Annual MwoCing, 3 ii 9/ 

•^ Defence of, 1 / U e 

and iis Districls, retuni of Cases dealt 



vi.h, 4 m 10 a 

Notices of. 1/12 A— 1/ 11/ 

a Selei'ied Object for— Query. 2^ ; 6 c 



(lijirrineton (F. N.) Destitution in the East End, 

27 > e/ 

Chanel hou^e. Lord Eeaconsfleld the New Go- 
vernor of, 3 /// \) f 

Clia'ficM ('>pt.) on the Thunderer Explosioii 
Fund, 7 m 7 p 

llirttienon V. B.) Pjx>pONalfo- a Cmnpliuientary 
Benefit at Drury Lane for. U / 8 </ 

riii-l-cH. Asso«!i:nion to Pronu to the Admiitance 
of Worki! g A)en ii-iu Fariiauient. in, \oJ G c 

Lile'.ary In.>;ituii<>fl, Sir C. Dilke Lecture 

al, 8 /'I! c 

riu^!«bon (F. W."* MissMinniivs in Zululnnd, Urn 
10 rf— 18 in 10/--31 w 10 c 

^ on ihe Zulus. 81 ? 10 c 

Childc (Hev. E. G.) Old Harroriars. C>/ i]/ 

t'hih and Bolivia. 22 "< 7 c— 27 m G ci— 21* m 6 « 

— 31 t" G f» 

^ on Taxation, '.3/0 /•— 17/0 r-i: ui 7d 

•m — and the Argent hie Confederation, 3 j 3 e 
— — ^ii^••ellaneous Nevs, 1 / 6 d — 20 / b* c—27j 

i»6— 18 w 5 f 
— — Mob Meeting» in. 3 /'G c 
CHIBfA:— 

.—— ]$Tutal and Cowardly* As>auU and Dcslruc- 
1\ 



'- 



China (ron"tin€*l). 

t:o>* of iiie Mission Buildings at rooi-how, ;il / 

3 6—31/5./ 

In Ceniral Asiiu 1 /3 d 

InvaMHin of Ann.'n by, i\ m 4/ 

- a 'id Jap.in, 21 7/1 11 /' 

Rebeli.ou in, 12 w 4 c 

Trade in, 31 /3 A 

Chinese Embassy, 1 m 9 e 
In«u! ijents, 9 j \\ e 

Straw-Plaiting and Str;i^ Hats, 'loj^c 

Cholcrp in Asii»»ic'l urley, 22^' 5 d 
Choleshurv, Chr.n<e at, 11 / 11 1—12 J 6 f 
Christ's H3i*piial, 19 m \2 f 

Proposal to Kemove fro«u its Present Site,. 

81 /ll c 
Christmas Day in Rome, 2jSc 
Chris tophe^^on (D.; on the South Eastern Rail* 

way, 4 / 7 e 
Ch't)tno8pher'C Lines, Paper on, 30 / 6 c 
Chubb and Son, on Locks and Lockniakers, IT) 

10 d 
Church (A. G.) Salt on Roads, 13 ; 8 6 
— Association. Annual Meetio^:, 8 m 7/ 

Correspondence about, 7/8 6 

Letter to the Bp. of Oxford, 17/86 

Defence Institution, Anrual Meeting, 25 i 

10 6 

Doors, Dangerous Pracl'ce of Lockirp 

during Service, 13 »i 7/ 

of EngUnd Temperance Society, Branch 

for Rochester Diocese. \ f^ c 

- — Hvmnal. Note on, 13 / U f 

Music, 2 ; 10 €— 3 j G c— 4> 11 6— 8 j 5 /- 

15 jef 

in Wales, 19 m 9 ./* 

and Trade, Co'^ferenees at St. PauPs Chap- 



tei -house on. l/ll /— lOw 7 e 

(The) and Traties Unions 20/8 a 

Churches and ( hurchyard>, Note oh, 19ml3( 
Circumnavigation, the Jnuon Declines to g:o fvr^ 

ther, IG/Gc 
Citv Celebrity—Olii Mac of Bow Church Yard, 

22/4/ 
Charities, 18ot 11 rf 

Church and Chuchvard Protection Society* 

18j9./— 26/10/ 

— — Companies and Fagot Votes, 19 m 14 c 

of London Brewery Company, 6/7 c 

County Court. 2*8 w 10 6 

Glas^row Bank Aid Association. S f7 n 

Total Abstinence Union, Meeting, 25/ 5« 

Trust Society, 7/6 d 

Offices Company, 1 7 »i 7 d — 27 ml e 

I'ostal Improvements, 25 f9f 

Telegraph Boys, East Central District, 8 m^ 



9« 

CIVIL ACTIONS :— 
Abbott I*. North Metropolitan 1 rainway* 

Company. 2t) m 4 d 

Abdv r. Cornelius, 29 m 6 c 

Acres r. Same, 22 m G < 

Adair t\ Young, 6/4 6 

Adams v. ClcnuMitson, 14/46 

V. H utchins and another. 7 w 4 </— 8 »i 5it 

re Agricultural Auction and Agency Conr 



{)any, 15 m ft k 



Uar. :,I, Ik79.] palmrk's index to Tnit " times " NEvrsi'APER. 



Civ 



Civil ActioDS (con'inved), \ 
Aiuswurth and Wife v. Furness Railway, 26 

}\\ c— ll/U </-21 7/1 4 (f 

re Albon, 13 w 4 c 

AUifini» Bank of India i;. Seagrin, 24 j 11 (j 

Anderson and another v. Oppenhelmer, 20 

w4</-2J m ^d^22ta 6rf 
■ V. PelUer, 25 m 4 e 

— re An^lesea (Pennion), Mat-ble Quariiea 
Coiiipany, 18 ? 4 A 

• — 9fe Anglo-Belgian Banking Company, 20 ; 
116 

Ankerf i». London aou No: th Western Rail- 
way, 8 / 1 1 « 

Annett and another t\ Jarria, 17/11 a — 18 

iid 

— Anson v. Hamer, 31/3 /*— 6 to 4 c 
Archibald, Orr-£wing & Gk>. v, Johnston & 

Co., 1 7 m 4 e 

— re Argyll Coal and Canal Company, 29m 5/ 
Army and Navy Co- Opera tire &xjiety v. 

Junior Armv and Nkvy Stores, 18/4 a 

• Aspise V, Wilkinson aod others, S mo/ 

« re an Attoioey, 11/4 c — 18^ 4 c 

• — Attorney-General v. Biphosphated Gaaixo 

CompaDv, 24 m 4 6 — 25 lu 4 /' 
y. Duke of Northumberland (the Poor 

Smiths), 27 / 4 c— 26 w 6 n 

V, Great £ai»teni R«U«ray, 28 > 11 6—26 



IN 5d 



r. Mayor of Birmingham, 24/11 a 
■ V. M^ichreesi and others, 8 m 5 b — 10 m 

4 li— 12 m 5 e 
V-—- Atwood and others v. Sell a r & Co., 6 m 4 c 
—-re Austi-alian Land InvesLroent T.usf, 18 

/4* 
€X parte Ball — rs Shepherd, 7 to 4 6 

re Bagot— the Will Cas«», 14/ 10 s— 15y 10 

6—16/ 10 o— 17j 10 a— 18 ; 10 6—21 / 11 «— 
22 i 11 a— 24 ; 10 6—25 / 6 c-28/ 12 a— 30 / 
10 6 

— Bailey v, Benton, 17/ 11 a 

Bald wick v. Jessop and others, 27/ 4 e 

Baldwin v. Mayes and oihers, 13 / 4 c/ 

Bank of Montreal v, Huntington, 18 m 4 d 

— Bartlett i?. Bartlett and another, 10 m 4 e^ 
Barton v. Goourick. 25 m 4 </ 

— Baum V. Roberts, 29 m 6 d 
— ^- Beam well v. Lacy. 25/ A a 

— Beiding v. Norwich Up ion Fire Insurance 
Society, 18j4c— 20 ; 11 e 

— Belfast Banking Company v. Doberty, 4 

Bell r. Wyatt, 16y 11 / 

re Bell, 26 to 6 rf 

«— Belmont and others t*. Shipman, 19 to 6 e 

Benley v, Swanborough, 31 m 4 /* 

— — Benson ». Lister, 3 /" 4 e 

Besant v. Wood, 22 / 11 6—24 j 10 /"— 21 / 

4 6—28 in 3/ 
— ^ re Besant) 25 m 4 e 

Berington and others v. Vaughan, 28 m 4 c 

Beweher r. London, Chatham and Dover 

Railway, 17; 11 r 

— Biokle V. Jagger, 8/11 rf 
— Bignell i*, Horsley, 14y 4 c 

— — re Bishop of Oxford, 24 / U a 



Civil Acdons ' 'ominved). 

re Blaetiavoa I'.on and Steel Company, 18- 

/*A 
Blike V, Blake. 8 /*! 6—10 /'4 6 

Blaylock v, Bendle. 13/4 e 

Blishall V, Myers, M fU d 

Bolaffy V, Whellock, 21 m 4 e 

re £oi)ham and M'Donnell, 8 /*4 o 

>« Booker and Coraoany, 18/46 

Booth V. Enclosu..e Commissioners of Eng- 
land and Wales, 4 / 3 s 

Borough of Bathu! 8t v. Maepherson, 1 2 m 5e 

re Eou'oemoth C:ib Conioany, \5 fA a 

Bracken r. AH. nion, 17 ; 10 « 

— — B'.ady i\ Butterwo'-th, I /I I c 

Eraenalin ». Brinslev and others, 3/4 rf 

re Biundreth, 27 f4t'd 

Brett V. London and No ih Western Rail- 
way, 1 7 TO 7 rf 

B) ice 17. Goldsmith, 6 to 4 </ 

re Brick and Stone Comp:inv, 11 / 4 c 

re Briiish Explosives Comoany, 15 /* 4 a 

re B: iush PLOvlJent Life Association, 81 / 

3 «— 20 TO 4 c 

Broohs V. Israel, 24 m 4 rf 

V. ] cincash'.re and Yorkshire Bank, 3/4/ 



Brown v. Turner, 5 to 11 e — 6 m A d 

ex parte Bix)wn, 28 m 3/ 

Brown v. Pj iesi, 25 m 4 e 

Browning v. Dettmar, 22 to 6 e 

— - ErvRnt V. Lefevre and others, 24 to 4 a 

B alloc L & Co. V. Corrie and others, 31 to 4 cT 

Burden v. Harris, 7 m A d 

Borke v. South Ea^tem R^iilway, 16 / 10 e 

Barton v. Rayner, 22 to 6 <f— 24 mid 

Buti V. Hone, 14 / 4 rf 

Button V, O'Neill, i>4 to 4 a 

re Cahen. 24/ 10/ 

Carey v. Grea: Northern Railway, 25/4 d 

re Carlo Gatti, 29/ 4 a 

re Carnarvonshii-e Sla e Company, 8 / 4 a 

Carter v. Metropolitan District Railway, 13. 

TO 10/" 
Castle V, Farra nt, 26/4 rf— 4 to 4 c 

— Castlebc-g v. Kenyon, 27 m 4 a 
Ch:imberla'*ne v. Barawell, 20/4 a— 22 f 

11 o— 24/ 4 6— iJ5 /4 a— 26 f4t a— 27 fA 6— 

5m 11 e 

Cliampney v. Davy, 6/ 4 c 

Chapman v. Royal Netherlands Steam Com-^ 



panyi 



24 TO 4 a 



C^iiard V, Macliver, 8/11 « 

— Charring'ion v. Dobbin, 24/4 a 

— — Cheesman and another v. Pritchard and 
others. 26> 4 e— 27> 4 rf— 30 / 3 /"- 31 / 4 a— 
l/4rf 

re Cheltenham and Banbary Railway, 4/3 T 

re Chesterfield and North Derby sliire Bank- 
ing Com nan V, 14 /"4 6 

Chick V. Macailifife, 7/3 c— 28 f 4 rf— 2T 

TO 3./— 28 TO 3/ 

Clark V, Harrison, 3 m 11 6 

Cla'-ke and Wife v, Lancashire and York-^ 

sh're Railway, 81 / 1 1 <? 

' re Clerk to the Magistrates at GreatGrimsK 

by, 25 m 4 d 

Cochrane v. CoUard and others, 19 m 6 d 

OS 



Civ 



i* 



rAI.ilEUa INl)i:X TO " TIIE TfMES NEWSI'APER. 



[Jan. 1 ♦O 



Civil Actions {'ontiuved), 

(/liiltirbuck i;. Gibb and others, 18 ; 4 d — 

20 j 11 d—2\ j 3« 

Collier v, Currie, IJO.; U d 

Collins ». London and South Western Rail- 
way, 24/4 (/ 

Comer v. Newton, 23 / 4 a 

re Complaint under the Church Discipline 

Act to the Bp. of Oxford, 28 y 4 a— 1 w 1 1 a 

— 10 7N 11 a 
— — re Consolidated Fire losurance Company, 

18.7 4 6 

Constable v, Byrne, 22 m 6 c 

rt Conlinentaf Gas and Water Company, 

28 m 6/ 

Cooper v. Williams, 18 ; 11 / 

and others r. Walpole, l\ f\\ d 

ex parte Cooper — rt McLaren, 21 /4 & 

re Cornwall Minerals Bail way, 15 »i 6 b 

re Credit Company, \^j 4 6—1 / 4 e—A/S 

«—16/4a— 24/4rt 

Foncier, 1/4 c— 24/4 a 

of Mauritius, 24 m 7 a 



Cridge and others v. Hawking, 18 m 4 e 

Dart V. 8ov«reigu Life Assurance Company, 

12 m 6 6 
-^~ Darey Trading. &c. Shannon, 25 m 4 « 

Davids v. Williams, 11 / 1 1 e 

Davis V. Browne, 15 m 6 </ 

v. Dallon, 11/11 rf 

V. Godbeherc, 27 w 3/ 

W.Walker, 8/4 rf 



Davison v. Gillies, 3 m 11 h — 15 mSb 



Dawes V. Constable, 22 m 6 r 

re Debenture Bond and Mortgage Company, 

29 m 6/ 

De BoUa v, Teape, 6/4 A— 12/4 c 

Dering v. Geary, 14/4 rf 

De Seller v. Fezenholme, 21 m 4 </ 

De Vere v. Paget, 20> 11 e 

— — De Vine and others v. Wreford, 7/8 /— 8 

re Diamond Fuel Company, 3/4 c 

Ditchfleld r. Justices of Wigflin, 15ji' 4 d 

Dorling v, Evans, 17 i 10 « 

Doyle u. Barrassford, 18.; 11 e 

— Drakes r. 5Si*arby, 10 »t 4 </ 

Drury v. Wilson, 8 tu 5 e— 10 m 4 e— 11 w 

4 c~12 m^b 
Duncan, Fox & Co. v. North and South 

Wales Bank, 4 m 4 & 
Dunkirk Colliery Company v, Ellis and 

others, 10 w 4 </— 29 /« 6/ 

Durant v. Arnold, 25 j i d 

Ebsworth v. Raymond and Tapping, 18.; 4 c 

— — re Election of Auditors for the Borough of 

Cardigan, 25 m 4 J 
< — - Emma Mining Company v. Lewis and Son, 

13;'4c— 14>llc— 16> 10 €—17 ; 116— 28; 

11 c—lOJ 4 a-15 /•4 tt— 21 / 4 6-27/4 a— 

3m lid 

— Eno V, Stephens, 18/46 

• re European Assuxance Society — Arbitra* 

tion Acts, 1/46 

— Faulkner and another v. Chubb and another, 
|S/-4c-8/4a 

^.- re Fearn's Will, 18 j 4 6 



Civil ActionB (continved). 

Fcllowes V. Hickman and another, 22 i 11 6 

Field and others v. Sell, 2G m ii a 

Finchnm i'. Crate, '27 f 12 a 

Finney r. Hinde, 16 ; 4 rf 

• — Fij«her v. Calrert. 21 j3d 

re Fisher & Co., 5 w 11 / 

Firzwilliam and Hall v. London School 

Board. 19/ 12 6 

Flood r. Sawyer, M m Ad 

Flower y. Lloyd, 13 / 4 a 

Forbes i\ Lea' Conservancy Board, 27 j Ad 

— re Ford and Hill. 28 > 11 6 

Forster w. Goodlake, 27 fid 

Foulkes V. Metropolitan District Railway, 

23j3<— 18/*4 6— 26/4/1 

Fox ». Bearlock, 20y 1 1 6 

Frankenberg r. Artisans Labourers and 

General Dwelling' Company, 81 wi 4 « 

Franks w. Sherboi ne, 23 ; 4 a 

Fi-ench v. Andrews. 19 m 6 c 

Froomberg v. Bnliiing, 29 m 6 c 

Furber d. Pyke, 16/4 c 

Gadney v. Rough, 8 w He 

re Gathurst and Southiiort Brick Company, 

18>4 6 

Gay r. Labouchere, 14y 11 a — 15 ; 4/" 

re General Banking Company, 10/4 6 

Gilbertson v. Fergusson, 4 m 4 (f 

Girdlestone v. Brighton Aquarium Com- 
pany, 3 m 11 a— 24 m 4 6 

re Globe New Patent Iron and Steel Com- 
pany, 27 ;■ 4 c 

re Gold Company, 18 i 4 a— 20 j 11 6—21 j 

Sd 

Gooch V. Barnes, 12/4 d 

Goode V. Denton, 4 wi 4 c 

re Gothenburg Commercial Company, 8/4 a 

Gower v. Man of the Worlds 18 ,; 4 c 

Grafenberg House, Barnet, Hydropathic 

Establishment, 11/4 «; 

Grant c. Banque Franco-Egyptienne, 

Ha 

Gray ». Woodgate, 81 > 9 / 

Green v. Pickstock, 20 fAe 

Greig v. Salting and others, 6/4 c 

re Grcmsby Abbey Walk Building Company, 

10 M 4 e 

Griffiths V. Pardoe, 7 fWe 

Grimston v. Nunn, 5 m 11 /*— 18 m 4 e 

Gubb V, London and North Western 

way. 23; 8/~26 J 4 rf 

re Gutierrez, 27 m 3 s 

Hall V. Jennings, 14 m 4 e 

V. PhilUps. 10 j 11 e 

Hallinan ». Price, 24 m 4 d 

Hamilton v. Johnson, 27 m 4 a 

re Hampstead Small I*ox Hospital, 4 / 8 e 

Hansor t;. South Eastern Railway, 31 ; 12 a 

Hanlin v. North Western Railway, 25/4 4 

Harding v, Smallman, 1 / 1 1 <r 

Hardy r. Bird, 27 w 4 6 

and Wife v. Bruce, 3 m 4 d 

Harris v. Warre, 7 w 4 rf 

• Harrison v. Beadon, 14 m 6 6 

17. Smith, 31 7 11 6 

V. Wearing, 1 7 m 4 p 



14 



• I 



Mar. 31, 1879.] palmer's index to " TUK times" NiCWSPAFKR. 



Civ 



CiTil Actioju (continued). 

Harrington v. Marshall and Temple, 7 m 4 

c~24 TO 4 6 

Hartltjy v. Hudson, 27 »» 4 e 

Harvey v. Metropolitan Tramways Company, 

25 mid 
Haiton*s Charity Trustees r. Metropolitan 

Board of Works, V6 m ii c 

Hay n, Boman, &Co. v. Cullifurd and another, 

24m 4 6 

Heaton v. Same, 8 w 5 / 

Hendrichx and another v. La Compagnie 

Laferme and Frankau and others, 5/4 d^— 11 

/4c 

Hcngler v. Myers, 18y 4 a 

Hill V. Hampstead Small Pox Hospital, 25 

»i4 J 

V. Wilson, 81 m 4 « 

and others v. Metropolitan Asylums 

Dxatrict Board, 29 j 8 / 

€x parte Hillman, 'l^jf^f 

' Hodgsoa V. Halford, 20 m 4 d 

Hodson V. Houffe, 1 1 m 4 6 

Holland v. Gamham, 25 m 4 c 

Holllngsworth i;. Wright, 25 m 4 c 

Holmes r. Brutton et Uzor, 31 ; 9/ 

■ ■ V. London and South Western Railway, 

25/1) rf— 25/*4rf 

Holroyd o. Waddington and others, i flic 

Holt and another v. Tansley, 28 m 4 d 

- ex parte Hope, 1 1 m 4 c 
re Hope, 14/4 c 

re Horhury* Bridge Coal, Iron and Waggon 

Company, 20/4 a — 15 m 6 6 

Hosklng V. WUls, 15/4 c/ 

Howard v. North Metropolitan Tramways 

Company, 12 m 6 b 
Howell iind another v. Lord Desart, \2 fAe 

—19/4 a -" 

Note about, 28 y 5/ 

Hoyle 17. Hitchman, 28 m 4 6— 29/« 5/— 81 

m^d 

ex parte Hudson, 1/4 c— 15/4 a— 24/4 o 

Hughes 17. Dawes, 3fid 

V, Wilson, 14/4/ 

re Hull Central Drapery Company, 29 w 5 /" 

Hunstanton and West Nortfolk Railway 



Company v. Edgington, 13/11 6 

— Hatton V. Button, 27 fie 

— Ibbotson V. Shipney and another, 12 m 6 6 

— Imperial Marine Insurance Comoany v. 
Fire Re-insurance Coi-poration, M m i d 

— re Indemnity Fire Office, 11 /4 c— 16/4 a 

— re Instiiuiion of Civil Engineers, 3/4 c 

— Ireland w. KiUby, 18^ 4 c 

— Irving V, Irving', 27 mid 

— re Jacobs, 20 m 4 c^ 

— Jenner v. Gorringe, 26 m 6 fr 

— Jenney v. Bells, 30i S <j 

— re Jersey and Guernsey Telegraph Com- 
pany, 16/4 a 

— Johns V. North Metropolitan Tramways 
Company, 22m 6 e 

— Johnson v. Castle, \Z fi.d 
V, Mounsey, 10 / 4 a 

17. Tomlinson, \7 fie 



Junes 17. Campbell, 27 / i a 



Civil Actions (conlinued). 

Jones V. Chatliara and Dover Hallway, 4 

3 e ' 

V. Hough, 31 m i e 



Joseph and Wife v. Metropolitan Railway, 

29 m i\b , 

re Justices of Halifax, IS fi c 

Kenney v. Crump and others. 27 fi d 

Ker 17. Tattersalls, 14 m 4 e— 19 m 6 rf— 2r 

m S e 

re Kimball & Co., 12 fir. 

Kimberv. Dixon, 14 7/1 4 e 

re Kunber, *20j 10 e— 22 ; 9./ 

King r. Sandeman and oLliers, 167 4 e 

Kirkham v. Peel and others, 12 m 6 d 

Krehl i;. Burrell, \6 j i d 

Lamb v. Brewster and others. 28 m 3 /* 

re Land Mortgaae of England Association,. 

24 tnie 

re Landore Siemens Steel Company, 2ojid' 

Lnngridge v. Justices of Sussex, 7 j S d 

Lawson v, Davey ami others, 14 m 4 e — 19 

7i» e 

Lecming v. Murray, 14 7/1 4 c 

Lees r. Malina and others, 21 m i e 

17. Scottish Union Insurance Company, 17 

j \0 e 

Lefroy 17. Bruote, 21 y 10 d 

17. Bumside, 13/11 d 



Leonard 17. Blunt, 25 7 1 1 c 
I^e Strange v. Auker, 10 /4 « 
Levy t7. Walker, 6 j ib 
Lewers v. Peach. 22 7/1 6 c 
Lewis r. Cecil, '22 fii a 
17. Yeates, 21 / 4 cf 



— Liddell 17. Newall, 26/4 a 

— Lincoln v, Ryde and Newport Railway, 29^ 
m G c 

— Lindsay and another v. Newling and others. 

2b fie *' 

— re Lion Mutual Marine Insurance Railwav 
Urn lib ■" 

— Littler 17. Rhyl Improvement Commissioners 
15 / 4 a ' 

— Litton 17. Labouchere, 7/3 c 

— re Liverpool and London Guarantee and 
Accident Insurance Company, 4/3 e— 29 w 6 / 

— Lloyd p. Cawley, 1 5 m 6 df 
17. Hereford Corporation, 18 J 10 c 



Londesborough, Lord, and another v. Royal 

Aquarium, &c. Company, 22 1 11 b—23f 3 /— 
2ijnd '' 

London Assurance 17. Mansel, 22 fWa 

Brighton and South Coast liaiiway 17. 

Watson, 4/8 « 

FiyoTo V, Mrs. Weldon and another. 14 

fie 

Joint Stock Bank r. Corporation of Lon- 



don, 14 ; 11 a 

and North Western Railway v. Vestry of 

St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 20 fie 

— re >.on<>on and Caledonian Marine luiurance- 
Company, 22 m 6 c 

— Longwitton Coal and Lime Company vl. 
Bell, 18; lie ^ 

— re Lord Mayor of London, 11 m 4 c 

— ex parte Lords of tlie Treasury, S fi.at 

27. 



\«v 



PAI^RR's IKDKX to *^ TUB TIllKS NEWSl'Al'KU. 



[Jati. 1 lo 



Gi'vil ActionB (continued). 

I^well V. Alias and Wa'eikx) Onmibud A«» 

social ion, 10/4 h 

Lowndes v. Wilson, 11 / 4 rf 

Lucas V. Perring, 27 i 4 c 

' Lynu and VVi'e ». Weaidale Iron and Coal 

Company, 22 ; 1 1 « 

r€ I^'OD, 20 m 4 </ 

re Lyon's Trusts, 2SjAd 

LvsHght i". Pearson, 3 m-ia 

Macliichlan v. Meikle and others, 16 ; 11 e 

re Mf^kbar Gold Washing Comiiany, ! S ; 4 6 

Malcolm t*. Swanston and otheii. 27 / '. e 

re Malpafc Gold Washing CoinpR/ry, iSj Ab 

Manchtisti^r South Junction Kail way r. 

Queen, S m 5 c — 15 m 6 c 

re Mnncheatei- Real Ice Skating Rink Corn- 

panv, 14 y 11 a— 16 ^ 4 d 

Munsell v. Alto* ney-General. 32 i 11 c 

March v, Martin, 18/4 6—28 /3/ 

Margae Pier and Harbour Company v. 

Allen and others, 6 m 4 d 

re Market Ila. borough and Kettering Skat- 
ing Rink Cotnpany, % m 6 c 

' Mar in v. Bannister and aootlier, 17 / 11 a 

V. Burn, 18/ 11 6 

V. Mackonocb'e, * ; 5 J — 10 ; 12 a— 1 1 m 



8/— 12 m 6 e— 13 m 4 q— 14 m i a^\5m 6 <— 
17 v' 4 r^l8 //{ 4 6— Iff m (\ a— 20 m 4 a 

— Mason v Hai ris, 6 m 4 6 

— MathiesoD i; Paton and another, 5 fA d 

— Maudtt V. Lister, 1/11 d 

— Mayoi and Corporation of Hastings i;. Watt, 
22; 11 rf 

— re Mayor and Corporation of Rumsey, 1 1/4 d 

— M'Gregor v. Morgan, 21 i 8 e 

— M'Inkgast v. Goodman, Bj 10 <f 

— M'Sweeiey v, Cork liailway, 22 m 7 e 

— rr Meade >'nd otheis, 13 m 10/ 
M'Mae<ers v. Bogtin, 25 m Ad 



re Medium for Sales and Exchanges Com- 
pany, 16 /*4 a 

Medley v. Stewart and others, 21 j 3 e 

Meeman v, Koy. 28^ 11 a 

Mellor V. Denham, 27 m 4 6-31 m 4 «r 

Metcalfe v. Wilson, 8/46 

Midland Railway v. Capf. Murray, 16 ; 7 c 

re Miller & Co., 4 /8 #» 

Mills 17. London and North Western Railway, 

19/6/* 

Monfei^h v. London and South Western 

Railway, 13/4 c/ 

Moore t7. Anglo-Italian Bank, 20/4 a 

V, Havers, 28 j 1 1 € 



— Morgan v. Milner, 11 / II e 

— Morrison v. Smirk, 18 ; 11 e 

— ex parte Morrison, 1 / 4 r— 16 fA a — 24/4 a 

— Moscro^) tf. Newbold and othes. 18 /' 11 c 

— MoUincV V. Midland Railwrv, 22> li b 

— Murdoch o. London Sdeet Tramways Com- 
pany, 27 m 4 r 

-^ Myers v. Defrks, 16 ; 10 e— 18 m I d 

— Neil V, Burden, 10 /*4 6 

— . e Newcastle-on-Tyne Cab and Carriage 
Company, 22/11 a 

— Newington Local Board p. Cottingham Local 
Board, 29> 8 d 

28 



Civil Aciiona (continued), 

Nicholson v. Hooper, 18 ; 11 e 

V, Willian'son. 18 / 11 e 

Norfolk, Duke of, ». Arbuthnot, 26 m 6 6— 

27 w 4 6 -28 m 4 c— 29 i» 6 6 

No»th V. Bilton, 24 m 4 </ 

V. Bun<ing, 3 f\\ e 



— re North Derbyshire Brick and Tile Mana- 
facturing Company. 31 m 4 </ 

— Norihamp on Coal, Iron and Waggon 
Company o. Midland Waggon Company, 6 /* ^ 
c— 6/4 6— IS/" 4 6 

— re Northfleet Brick Company, 22 /I! a 

— Nunn 0, Hem-nlng, 16 /4 c— 17/4 6—18/ 
4</— 19/4 c— 20/4 rf 

— ir Oakwell CoUJenes Company, 25 m 4 (/ 

— O'Brien v. Powell, 19 w 6 rf 

— Oliver v, Oliver, 27 ai 3 y 

— Orroe r. Shipton, 6 »i 4 6 

— Palmer p. Rogcis, 29 la 6 / 

— Pardoe i;. Giflaths, 1 f\\ e 

— Pany v, Metiopolitan District Railway, 13 
;9« 

-- Paterson v. Lloyd and others, 28 ; 11 6 

— Payne v. Burgess, 3 m 1 1 6 

— Peach V, Jesson, 7 /B d 

— re Peacock's Trusts, 1/4 6 

— Pea.ce v, Williams, 13 j 4 d— 16 ; 10 e 

— Pee! V. Middleton Estate and Calliery Com- 
pany, 24 / 4 «/ 

— Pttiipe^ell V. Marquis Townshend, 17 i 10/ 
—20/ 1 1 c— M 7 3./— 24; 11 d 

— re PC' io'eam Company, 8 m 6 c 

— PKueu. Pe'.rett,27/4« 

— Pol'exfen w. Coltart, 13/1« 6 

— Pollinl V. G.ay, 23 j 8 d~27j 4 6 

— Po9' le h waiie v. I'reeland, 4 iw 4 6—24 w 4 6 

— ex parie Po^.mns ei -General, 8/4 a 

— Po lei V. Chambers, 15/ 4 e 

— P!if»8t V. De. bridge, 12 wi 6 6 

— Provami r. Lan^too and another, 25 j 4 «— 



/lid 



27 j 4 rf— 29/ 3 d— 30/3 «— 31 j 3/— 1/4 t— 
18./ 4 c— 21 /4 c 

Pryor v, Wilson, 18/ 4 <i 

Pcllein and anothei v. Pickard, 3 

Pulforu V. Hiini, ^0/4 a 

re Parofrev, 28/3/ 

Pant'heoo v. Lesley, Cm A d 

Queen v, H ughes, 10 m i e — 17 w 4 r 

. V. Ji»« ce« of Wiran, 24 m 4 c 

r. Laboti here, 3 ?n 11 b 

V, Mavo oi' Falmou h, 7 m A d 

V. Moojen, 11/4 c— 21 m 4 rf 

' p. Moi.iaie: and Brown, 14 ni 4 c — 21 w 4 c 

V. Wymapand Booker, IS m 4 d—^omAe 

Railway S'ee'and Plant Company r. Barnes. 

Sqnii^& Co., 1/4/ 

Ree<'e v. Wyman anc" another, 22 /ll c 

' - Reeveb v. Great Eastern Railway, 16 ir 6 <f 

Jtegina v, Hermann, 24 m 4 c 

V. Knowles, 24 m 4 c 

■ V. Newton, 18i 4 c 

V. Swann and Mearcs, 18/ 4 c 

1'. Trea8urer, &c. of the Borough of Maiden- 
bend, 16 m 6 6 
— V, Vicar and Churchwardens of Hemiag- 
brough, 18^ 4 c 



Xar. 31, 1879.] PA^MER's index to ^* the TnrEs^' newspapeh. 



CI? 



Oiy'd Actions {continhe l). 

Kegina i\ Young «iul Bennett. 17/4 d 

Republic of Costa Rica r. Erlaiiger. 1 7 i 10 e 

Reuter, Huf eland & Co. v. Sala & Co., 8 m 

bb 

re Rica Gold Washing Company, 18/4 h — 

20/4 fl 

— Richards v. Hichards & Co., 28 m 4 6 
re Richards & Co., 28 m 4 a 

Richardson v. liaynham, 1 7 / 4 « 

Ridley v. Tuck, 1 J '6 e 

Riley v. Read. 6 w 4 e 

re Riots in Lancashire, 21 / 4 rf 

• Robertson v. Labouchcre, 21 ./ 3 e — 27 w 4 c 

Robinson ». Metcalfe, 20 i 1 1 f 

R(»ger8, Son & Co. v. Ares & Co., 16./ 4 d 

Rowley i\ Metropolitan Railway, 21 in 4 e 

Royal Fanners' Insurance Company v. Fall, 

18; 11/ 
Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain 

r. London and Trovinciai »iupply Association, 

17 w 4 c 

Rule V. Braid, 23 / 3 f 

Runtz V, Sheflaeld, 24 m 4 h 

Rymer v. De Rosas, 20; 1 1 h 

Sadler r. Whalley, 29 / 3 rf 

Siiffron Waldeu Building Society v. Rayner, 

Same i\ Corbidge, 10 m 6 </ 

Samper v, HoUoway, 14/4 6 

— Sander v. Manley and Rogers, 8 w 5 4 
— Sandys v. Florence, 18 wi 4 </ 

Saxon r. Hampton. 26 m 6 a 

Saxton V. Palmer. 81 / 11 b 

• re St. James' Bank, 18 / 4 /• 

St-antlebury v. Goodlake, 28 m 4 c--29 m 6 a 

re Sceptre and Licensed Victuallers' and 

General Insurance C'Ompany, 14 y 11 a — 20 j 
11 h 

r« Srowcroft, 18 w 4 tf 

Sevenoaks, Tunbridpe and Maid«tone Rail- 
way V, London, Chatham and Dover liailway, 
28ni3/ 

8ey forth v, London School Board, 21 m 10 c 

Shav r. Earl of Jersey, 26/4 rf 

Savill & Co. V. Siemens Brothersi, 24 m 4 



rf— 26 in 6 6—27 m 4 h 

Sheffield Waterworks r. Wilkinson, \^m^d 

— - tx parte Shepherd — re Shepherd, 31 / 3 « 

Sherar v. Fellows and another, 1 3 /" 4 « 

ex Tparte Sheriff of Middlesex — re Buck, 31 

7 3 e 
Sherwood v. National Mercantile Bank, 28 

y3/ 

' Sbeward r. Metropolitan and St. John's 

Wood Railway, 20f\lf 

Shrive ». Lushington, 23 i 4 a — 8/4 c 

Siddons v. Lawrence, 24 m 4 d 

Silber Light Company u. Silber, 17/4 a 

Simpson r. Nesbitt, 21 / 4 c 

Smith V, Anderson, 15 m 6 A 

V. Brockner and Cowan, 6 /* 1 1 (f 

V, Dyneror, Dyfifryn and Neath Ablbey 

United Ocuieries Company, 18/4 a 

V. London and North Western Railway. 



Ci\'il Actions {coutinned), 

Southwark Gas C-ompany r. Quick, 18 /'4*' 

Waterworks Company v. Quick. 7 / 3 d 

re South Staffordshire Colliery Company, 

15/ 4 a 

Spencer r. Downard, 27 w 4 rf 

re Stafford and Uttoxeter Railway. \i f\ h 

Staines v. North Metropolitan Tramways 



Company, 31 w 4 e 

Stananought v. Hazekline, 15 m (> c 

re Stanhope SUkstone Coal Company, 4y*3 

e — 8 »i 4 a — 3 m \\ a 

Starkie /'. Hammonds, 4 / 1 1 r 

Steele v. Uutchings. 25 ; 4 d 

Sterne v. North London Railway, 7 m 4 ./ 

Steuart v. Gladstone, o m We 

Stevens v. Great Western Railway, 1 f'i */ 

r. Sampson, 4 m 4 c 



Sieveiison v. Warson. 8 m 5 d 

76 Stockton Iron Works Company. 23 / o 



) •. 



— 3oy3rf 

— Stonhill r. Trounce, 18 w 4 d 

— Storey v. Waddle, i7 / 4 r/ 

— re Storforth Lane Colliery Company, 11 / 4 ^ 

— Story V. Waddoll, 28 /lie 

— Strachan v. Gabriel and Sons. 18/11 e 

— Slrulkers and another v. Dal run and an- 
other, 21 f 4 d 

— Sturla V. Freccia, 14 / 11 ri--2a /3 d—27 f 
4 6—27 m 3 t, 

— re Sugar Refining Company, 8/4 u 

— Sutton r. Nolan, 2'* m Vl f 

— Swanston v. TwickenUaiu Local Board. 1 7 



j 10 €—8 111 5 c 

— Sykcs p. Beadon, 12/4 c— 14 /12 b—ll f 
11 a— 6 m 11 6—15 w 6 b 

— Tamplin v. James, 1 9 m 6 r 

— Taylor v. Goodwin, 2G m G a 
re Tt'anby, 25 /4a 

;c T<-rraz, 4 /*3/ 

re T^rriccio I^^tate and Copper Mininp 

Company, 15 m & 6 

— Terry v. Banbury, &c. Railway. <l / 7 e 

— Thackrah t'. Lang, 19 y* 4 c 

Thomas f. Harrison, io m 4 d 

?•. Williams and others. S / U e 



— Thompson i*. Wilding. 'IV ) 10 /— 27 / 4 r 

— Tliorley's Cattle Food Conipaiiv c. M.iss:ua 
13/4 6 

— Tidswell and Wife r. Robinson, 1(>/ 10 /" 

— Towles V, Lambert, 17/ 4 /i 

— *« Trade Marks Ueg4i»t ration Act. 14 / 4 '* 
re Tunbridgc Iron and Biiiler Work.<« Cotu- 



Xhm^d 

-— /« m SoLidtor, 15/ 4 d^-%i m 4 e 



pany, I /4 c— 11./4 c 

— Turner k. Benbam, 11 /* 4 c 

— Twycrosst;. Grant, 13,/' 4 a 

— Twynam <,'. Norih Meiroix>litan Tramway* 
Company, 12/4 c 

— re Tyneniouth Aquarium and Winter (iar> 
den Company, 4 /3 e— 22/ 1 1 a 

— Tyser and another u. Komatski. 25 m 4 e 
-~ rt Uruguay Central and Hyneritas Railwajr 

Company of Montevideo Line, 24 m 4 c 

— Vanner y. Bennett, 26 m 6 ^ 

— Viggers v. Farringdon, h f \A. f 

— Wagstaff and others v. Anderson and otluaw, 
20 m 4 « 



Civ 



palmer's index to '* THE TIXIE8 " NEWSPAPER. [Jan. I (9 



Ci^il Actions (continued). 

Wnlke and Wife t;. South Western Railway, 

r« Wateiloo Bridge TnistB, 28 vi 4 b 

Watkins v, Watkins, 23 ; 3 d 

— Watkinson and others v. Wrexham, Mold 
and Connah's Quay RnilNvay, 21 im 4 f— 24 m 4 e 

Watson r. Kodwell, Vdj 4 a— 15^ 4 / 

V, Sandford, 13 / 4 cf 



Welton V. Puddephat, 17/11/ 



r<» West Jewell Tin Mininft Company. 4 /'4 c 

Weston r. Savape, 20 ; 1 1 A 

- f. London nnd County Banking Company, 
30j3e 

White r. Ellis, Ufid 

and another, 13 / 4 r— 16/4 6—17 /'4 h 

W hitebaU Colliery Company w. Moberley, 

^JfAd-Svi 11 d 

Whiteley v. Pearce, 19 w 6 rf 

Whitly V, Ingles and others, 11 w 4 6 

Whitworth v. Dalton, 25 ; 1 1 c 

Wilkinson v. London and North Western 

Railway, 31 ; 1 1 c 

Willis V. Girgcr, 1 / 4 rf— 3 f 4 r— 6/ 4 d 

Winn and others v. Korth Metropolitan 

Tramways Company, 10 /'4 6 

Wood V. Atkinson, 26 j 11 c— 27 ; 12 o 

V. Lycett, 21) ; 11 d 

t\ Madras Irrigation Company, 13/4 6 

ex parte Wood- »« Wripht. 24 7 10 /* 

Woodard v. IJilk»ricay hoc 1 Board, L'2 m Cc 

Wood^'nte r. (iodlrud, IH / 4 c 

re Wroxhrtni Hrevcry Company, SJ^c 

Wright V. Rfdgrnve, 18 / 4 ^ 

Wylcy r. Great Wihtern Railway, 11 ; 7 c 

re Yaies, 28 m 3/ 

€iTil Appointments, sefi Official 

I.i^t, Pension to Mr. Martt*n. 2P m 12 r 

Srervire Kxpvnditure, 22 f]Oe—nm 6/ 

F:Klima((S. !i^ /' 12 /.-G m 5/ 

Life- Boat Fund. 1 1 ; U/ 

Stores, not Friendly Societies, 22 J 5 /— 



23/6/' 



and the Government, 17 ; 5 / 
Note about. 21 ; 1(> A 



Supi ly As«<iciatio:i, General Meeting, 25 

/6«— 27 / He- 'A ,» Vd 
Votes. 27 ?M \0d 



Clark (J. W.)on the Classical Tripos, 22 w 13/ 

— 27«i8 6 
Clasfiirnl Tripos, Notes on, 19 w 5 e — 21 w 8 a — 

22 m 13/— 24 m 11 </— 25 m 8 /;— 27 »* 8 h 
Cleasby (,iudpe) Proposed Uesignation of, 9/ 9 /* 
Clement (J. N.) on the Battle of 'J'rafalgar, 28 f 

5/ 

Cleopatra's Needle, Note about, 1 7 /" 6 c 

Cleriry Co-operative Association, <he Queen's 
Theatre Taken as tiie Stores of, Iti ; 7 c 

Note abouT, 8/11 e 

^— Orphan Corporation, Annual Meeting, 26/ 
12/;— 28/11 A 

Clerical Appointments, 1 7 10 /'— « j ]0 d~7 j 6 
h^lj 7./— 8 j 8 />— 9 ; 9 /— 9 ; 1 1 fc— 16 ; 8 c 
—22 j « «— 22 ; /— 24 ; 12 /*— 25 ; 9 /"— 28 ; 
9 /_2S 1 10 r—'M) j It) f^] f «) e— 3 f\ 1 e— 5 
J'7/— 7/ 4ri-^M) / 6 r—j:i/ 12 /•-':()/' 12 h 
— 2r) / 11 /- 27 / 7 /- 1 w 8 ii~V ui He -3 /« 



9 e— 4 7/1 8 a— 6 7n 7 cf— 18 w 7 «— 22 m 5 •— 27 
7n 10/'- 31 7719/* 

— Disabilities New Bill, 5/10 e— 17/8 c 
Vacancies, 9 ? 9 /* 



Clerk- Maxwell ( Professor) Reflection and RefraC' 

tion of Light, 4 /'12 a 
Clewer Case, 11 m 10 /•-25 711 11/ 
Clifford (Professor) Health of, 7 ; 7/ 

(Edw.) Indiscriminate Charity, 22 1 10 t 

Close (Dean) Decay of EvangeHcalisuo, 6/ lOi 
Cloture, Note on, 27/7 d 
Club Recreations, 16 ; 6 d 
Coal Fields of Palamow, 5 f3 e 

Mines, Hygienic Conditions of, 17 j 10 h 

Di.»«covery of in Estremadura, 4 ; 5 e 

Imports and Exports at the Port of London, 

2; 7 6—5/7 6— 5 mil 6 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Custom Hous« Return 

of Trade in, 14/4/ 

Note on. 28 ; 7 c 

Owners' Association, Meeting at Sheffield, 

10.7 7/ 

State of Trade, see ^rery day^s paper 

of South Wnlcs, 27 / t; /— 2*1 m W b 

Trade, Reduction of Wages, 4/6 «— 7/ 9^ 

of Dsrham and the Durham Miners* 



Association Meeting. 6 fl /'—2\J\i) f—^ m 11 

d— 13 771 8 />— 17 m 6/ -29 m 5 a 

in France, 28 m 16 a 

— — and Iron. Short lletmspect vf, 2.7 3 rf 
Cohb (^B. F.) Lectures un Egx pt. 25 / s 6 
(^obtlcn Club, Annual Dinner, 8 m 12 6 
(^ochin Cliinfi. tlu' Kreuch in. 18 j H e 
(\iflFi»e Talaces for lVo]>le, Dr. Ilart^s Lecture on, 

31 7 10 h 

Taverns Conii)any, 22 /'6 /— 17 7n 7/ 

CoVl Winter, N(.teun.*4 / 10 r/ 

Colvnso i^Mr. F.) ttnd the Zulu Missions Letters 

ahout, 11 f« lOrf— 17 7« 11 c— 18 m 10/*— i9i» 

\:\ <,_20 m 10 f/-2l 7« 8 r— 24 m 10 c— 25 m 5 

€—27 m 10 e— 31 w 10 c 

( n. J.) <>n <hfc Zulu Missions, 25 m 5 e 

Colle^'o of Preceptors, Meetings, 17 J 6 f—l7 / 9 

/_17,«9 / 

Note on. 20 ; 12 h 

Colliery Accident^ .\fr Actidlkts— Mikino 
Collirs' (Thos.) un the Madeira and Mamore 

Railway, 24 m 7 b 
Collisions at Sea, Rules to Prevent Adopted by the 

Several Nations, 13 / 5/ 
Colonib (Col.) on Cremation, 1 j 10/ 
Colonial Appointments. 22 / 4 «— 5 /8 6— 19/ 

7 ^__t>r, /'js rr— 12 m 10 c— 28 m 10 6—29 m 13/ 

Bishop. New, 19 / 14 a 

C-ompany, J8 j 7 e 

Government Securities, State of, see every 

da'ifs paper 
~ Trusts, Note on, 15 f\\ a 

Museum, I'roposed, 15 j 8 d 

OrdiT*. 1 1 ? 8 /> 

I'Mxiuce Ma ket, \\ j 7 b -18^ 7 i-25 i 7 

ft— 1/7 o_8/-7r-15 / II a— 1 m 10 6—8 m 
13 />— 15 771 13 6—22 m 13 6—29 m 13 a 

Products, Pioposcd ExiiibitlonofinX<oodoDr 

16/9/— 21); 12 c 

Col«|uli()"un ( P.) on tho Thames Floods, 9; 8 a 

Colihurst (Daviil) on Irish Education, 17 w U/ 



5lar. Jl, ib79.] PAUMKu's index to " TUK times*' NEWSPAFtefe. 



Coii 



Comber ^I. J.) Exploration of the Camoroon 

Mountains, 1 1 / 5 e 
Commercial Distress, 17 ; 10 c? 

Geography, Proiwsed Society of in Man- 

tchester, 3 m 9«— 13 w 10 /* 

Unian Assurance Compcinv, 2(»/6 a — 28 / 

116 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of, see every day's 

payer 

and Governesses — a Warnin<j, 21 m 12 c 

Company Law, New Bill, 21 mbf 
Competitive Kxaminatioiis for Parliamentary 

Candidates, 14 ; 7 e- 15 / 8 «— 16> 6 b 
Conformations in l.ondon, 6j 10 d — 7 j 1 J 
ConflicHing Eddence, 18/6 a 
Conscience Money, 2/9 /*— 9 j t—\ 1 j 9 /"—IS 

j 9 /L_20 / 9 /— 23 / 9/— 1 f^ r— 6 f% /*— 6 / 

9/__13 f^ f-.\i J 9 /_26 /•9 /'~28 ^9 /•— 3 

m 9 «— 4 m 9/~6 w 10 «— G m *i/— 8 w 11/— 

11 m 9 /"— 12 wi 11 /— U w 5 ^—17 m 9 «- 20 

iH 9 /*— 21 m 9/— 2(3 ;« 13 6—27 i« 7 /"— 28 m 10 

6—31 in 9 /• 
Controller, OflBce of, 21 ot 7/ 
Contrc^ership of the City of London, Election, 9 

;7e 
ConFOcation, Meeting of, 19/7 rf— 20/8 a-.22 

/9r— 1 m9 « 

Prorogued, 12/9 e 

Reform, 10/6/ 

of Toik, Meeting. 7 ; 7 /-16 /9 A-25 / 9/ 

Coode (John) on the Lauding at Port Natal, 20 

/10 c 
Cook(Capt.) Centenery Celebration of bis Death, 

30 J 6/ 

• in Paris, 15 fh d 

Notes on, 8/8 a— 24/12 ^/— 3 m 10/ 

^— Collections m the Imperial National History 

Museum of Vienna, 7 m'd d 
Statue of, Univeiled in Hyde Park Sydney, 

26/6 e 

Statues of, 27 /"S f 

(K.) Ancedote of Keats, 8 w 7 / 

Cooke (A.) Telegraph Works in Towns, 4 / 10/ 
Cookson) M.) on the Chichester Election, 25 mod 
Cookson (Rev. O.) on Peace's Confession, 3 m 12 6 
Co-Operation between Charit v and the Poor Laws, 

2^5/ 
by Crown Servants, 21 y 11 /*— 4/12 6— 7/ 

6c--8./6<i— 24/9 e— Hot 13/ 
« — for Medical Aid East London, 9 j II e 

— Associations, Note on, Q m 11 a 

' Societies and the Clergy, 8 j 6 d 

So<:ieiv, Army and Navv, 27 ml e 

Stores"', Notes about, 22,; 11 o— 24 / 6 6 

' Tradesmen and Chariiies, 12 /8 6 

Cordovo Cathedml Restoration of. 1 / 5 </ 
Corfield (Profeaaor) on Dwelling Houses, 26/10 

/-4 m 5 / 
Cork (Nath.) on the Brighton Railway, 22 j 7 f 
Com, Slate of the Market, see every day's ptip^rf 

— Imports of in 1878, 9^ 7 e 

Trade in 1878, 9; 4« 

Corawall, Distress in, see Dibtrbss 
Coroners BUI. 26/ 12 t 

Corps of Commissionaires, Annual Dinner, 18 / 
\0e 

— Dooatioos, 1 /* 11 6- 1 m 11 €—31 m 12 b 



Corporate Salaries and Trade Depression, 9/116 

Corvton (John) on Artistic Copyright, 18 i 6 > 

Cosens (F. W.) on Wine Dutie8,'6 /6 d 

Costa Rcia LoHns, 19 m IS e 

Cotlerill (H. B.^ African Elephant, G / 8 r 

Opening of the District to the North Lake 

Nyassa, 5y 6 e 
Cotton, Manchester Trade Association, 15/ 10 e 

State of Trade, see every day's paper 

Trade in England and America, 9^4 6 

at Preston, 13 f 6 /*— 20 / 1 1 a— 25 / 6 c 

~27j 5 r— 28 / 10 c— 31 / 5 /•— 3/ 9y— 25/6 

e— 21 w'lO c 

and Reduction of Wages, 8/11 a — 14 / 



10 /*— 3 m 11 <f— 13 m 5 /— 19 m 14 6—24 m 10 
/— 28 m 5 /— 31 fH 7 A 

Goods from America, 26 m 5 a 



Council of Law Reporting, New Member, 7/ 10 « 

Country Fairs, 5/lOd 

County Government-, 28 »i 10 6 

Note on, 25 m 5 / 

COURT OF ALDERMEN :— 

Address of Condolence to the Queen, Official 

Reply, 22 7 8 6 

Brokers; Sworn in, 19/11 f—26 m 7/ 

Death of the Go.ernorof Newgate, 19/1 ly 

Fanmakers Company, 19/11 f 

Ilolloway Prison Waste Land, 6/8 6 

New Prison Regulations, 6^' 8 6 

SniJal Sermon. 26 w 7/ 

OOUET CIRCULAR :— 

Alice, Princess, Addresses of Quarter Ses- 
sional Meetings of Condolonce to the Queen on 
the Death of, ij9 f 

Addresses of Condolence to the Queen on 

the Deaih of, 2/9 /'— 3 / 7 e—S i 9 «— 9 / 9 « 
—13; 11 e-16 ;9/~17 7 9 /— 25^ 9 /■— 19 / 
7c 



Note on her Several Charities and Appeal 

for, 2/8 6 

Royal Recognition of the Addresses, 16 / 



d/-17>9/-18/ 9/1-2079/ 
Bust, 7/6 c 



— Audiences, 227 4 a— 8 / 6 a— 20/8 a— 2« 

m 7e 

— Empress of Austria «n Route for Ireland, 
22 /'9e— 24/9/ 

Note on, 12 m 7 « 

Return, 27 m 5 5 



— Belgians, King of, in London, 21 w 9 /— 24 
m9/-2y m 11 o 

. Movements. 31 in 9 / 
al Warwick Castle,' 25 w 10 </ 

— CHn)brioge, Duke ot. Movements, 28 7' 9/ 
_4/9/_ia m 9 /— 24 w 6 d 

— Connaught, Duke of, Arrnngements fortho 
Marriage, 8 m 12fi— -11 m 10 c 

Arrivul o' the Young Bride in Lngland, 

12 m 12 a 

Briiish and Foreign Bible Society Present 



a Bible to the Duke, 12 jh 12 h 

Deputations to, on his Marriage, 10 «j 10/ 

Display at Windsor Castle on the Mar- 



riage Piescnts, 13 m 9 f 

Full Lists of the Royul Personages and 



others Invited to the Ceremony, 14 im 10 rf 
Marriage, 14 lu 10 a 



». ur. 



rAl.MEU 5f INDEX TO 



TIIK TI3IES 



NEWSPATEK, 



\jJH: 



1. 1 



Coiwian^'.r Ink'^ of, Irish Fund for a 

I\";imoiiiai u>, ou hii Marriage, 11 j 9 /—I I 
•II \\) e 

Mi'i'ti 'iTJ f»»r ?»t:irria;^c Presents for, 24 j 

. .McmMiionrs ..f, \^ } :> r-2"S / 9 /— 29 ; 9/ 

Noti.v. }ib():it, 1.5 fVl c — M) in 11 /" 

• ( )rli "i il Tri'.-n . fur tUe* Marriajje, 17 ;« 4 o 

V\\'\ :i»a'i.)tis t.>r the Marriuge of. 21 / 9 

. _j7 /,;/,_ 10 /.". / — 14 / 1()/'~15 /'U /— 17 
■-• ♦> <l--l\r I i> ;-j;> / ID (7—5 m 10 e— « ?/» 9 / 
— S m 1 -J {/ 

Pi«*:eiitati'»n of the Iri^h Testimonial to, 



11 m 1«) e 
Presents to the l)uche.5Son her Marriage, 

I 7 m '.> /■ 
Pro:jramrii(» of the Ceremonial at St. 

tJoorirc's ("h:i|M^l Windsor, 13 m 10 h 

- Koyal VVeddin;; Breakfast, 17 m 9 /' 

Diikb and I)uri\e>s Movements of, 18 »/ 7 e 

„2(> .« /— 22 m 11 6—24 m 9/— 25 wi 6 c— 27 

hi \) f—2^ m 5 d — "'1 w 6 a 
'- Lctti r of Thanks to the People of Fermoy 

lor ilieir l*res»?nie, '2\ m 9 /' 
Cuinbvrlan(i, Duke of, Hanoverian Address 

to. o.i lii> MHrri'\«j:e. 1/5 « — 3 j 3 « 
A- nuonces his Marriage to the Sovereigns 

MS inun ticre. "25 j o c 

>it>veij;ont8 of, 676a 

Prussian Oppression of his Rights, 17; 5 /" 



Dravinjr Koom by the Princess of Wales, 2G 

m 7 c—:'^ tn 12 /i— 29 m 10 «— 29 m 13/ 

Edinburgh. Duchess of, in England, 13;9« 

Duke and Duchess of, Movements of, 20 



/■9 f—2'^/\f e 

(Jormany, Crown Prince and Princess of, 



in England, 20 / 9 /— IW J 9/— S m 11 /— 18 
m 7 « 

— Hesse, Grand Duke of, and Farailv in Eng- 
land, 18 /-g/— 28/9/— 1 m 9 e-12'm 11/ 

— levees by tlie Prince of VVales^ 22 /'8 b — 18 »i 
10 a— 19 m 9./— 22 m 10 a— 26 w 10 a 

Levees and Drawing Itooms, Notice about, 



14/lOrf 

— Movements of the Court, 6 J df—U j 9 / 
—29 ; 9 /•- 13/6/— 19 / 6 s-22/9 «— 25 / 
?f /— 20 / 9/ 

— Notices of the Court, see eveitf doy^s paper 

— Prince Albert Victor of Wales, 15th Birth- 



day of, 87 9 e. 

Frederick Charles of Pru8"ia and Family 



Leave for Berlin, \^ »i 7 # 

Leopokl, Movement* of. 31 j9 /*— 15/9/ 

Louis Napoleon, Movements of, 2I79/— 



2G/'9 f 

Leaves for the Cape, 20/9/ 

LettertoM. Kouher on Leaving, 27/6 a 

Srtxe C-oburg and Got ha. 24 in (> d 

Wal leniar of Prussia. Orders for the Court 

to go into .Mourning for, 29 m 13 /' 

of Wales, Movements, of 20; 9/— 24/9/ 

—8 /'Jf—Hm 11/ 

Indian Collection on View in Edinburgh 



Museum, 6 m 10 e 

and Princess of Wales, Movements of^ 



Court Circular (rontimie I). 

Princess Fredeiica ol Hanover, in Eu^lauJ, 

31 /9/- 

at Windsor, 22 f9e 

Princess Mary's Dinner Party, 2.i m 5 r 

Princess of Wales, Movements of, 25 /' 9 J 

Queen at Paris, 27 m 5 

•— at Baveno. 31 m 9/ 

Intentled Visit to Berlin. 22 / 5 h 

Visit to Cobourg. Denied, '27 j ^ b 

I') German v, 24 / 9 /* 

in Italy, 29 m 7 e— 31 tn G a 

to the Italian Lakes, 3 w 7 e — 3 m 9 «— < 



„, 9 /C_8 m 7 />— 13 m 6 c— 17 w 9 e— 20 w 9/ 
—21 lit 9/— 24 m 9y— 25 w 9/— 2t> m 7 e 

to. by the Royal Family, 21 f'd d 

Rinhday, Notices about, 26 m 7 c— 29 m 



13/ 



New Year's Gifts. Distribution of, 2j 6/ 
COUKT OF COMMON COUNCIL :— 

Acknowledgment of the Vote of Condolenccr 

17;10a 
— - Address to the Queen on the Marriage o£ 
the Duke of Connaught, 2^ m M d 

City of Glasgow Bank, 17; 10 a 

Coal Dues, 17 7 10 a 

County Court Officers' FcvS, 31 7 12 a 



Gas and Water Committee, 31 ; 12 a 

Markets, 17.; 10 «— 31 ? 12 « 

New Fruit and Flower Garden at Smithfield, 

3iy 12«— 14/'10« 
Members, 5 f 7 f 



10/9 /— 13/5/ 
9^ 



the Freedom of ilie Citv in a Gold Bos to- 
be Presented to Sir Rowland Hill, 31 j 12 a 

— - Railway, Inner Circle, 28 #« 11 rf 

Ke- Election of Officers. 81 j 12 « 

Retiring Pension for the Comptroller, 6 / 9/ 

Pensions, 14 i« 11 d 

Fttirement of the Remembrancer, lij 10 <■ 

St. Paul's Bells, 17; 10 a 

Temple Bar, 27 7 10 a 

Courtney (Leonard) at Bristol 25; 6 rf 

onSirBartleFrere's Memorandum, 13/1 Or 

Right of Minorities to be Represented, 4/6 e 

Cow Tree, Milk from, 11 ; 12 c 

Cox (E. W.) Jurymen in Waiting, 3/12 fr— 4 / 
\2e 

(Dr. J. E.) on Re^'. E. Valpy of Norwich,. 

26 fUa 

Craghead Colliery, Warrant Granted to Eject 
the Miners on Strike at, 15 m 13 6 

Creilit Company, i j7 b — 8 ; 7 a— 9 ; 7 a— 10 ; 
7 d—3lj7 d—b f 7/ 

Circular to Liquidate, S/8a— 7;4o 

Meetings, 1 /«^/— 4/7 a 

Cremation— Deputation of the Council of Cre- 
mation Society to Government, 21 »i 8 6 

from Woking to the Government on the 

Proposed Invasion of, by the Company, 31 ; 
12&—1 /6 c 

Furnace to be Used for, 28 m 4 e 

in Germany, 9 ; 11/ 

at Milan, 1 7y 5 e 

Notes about, 1 j 10 /*— 3 j 6 6—4/ 6 c— 10 

;11./-15;11/ 

Process of. 23 / 7 /" 

Sanitary Aspect of, 10 J II / 



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Cremation— Six Cases of, at Got ha, 3 w 5 e 

Warder Marti-n's Letter on the Injury the 

tHKneiy's Building lias on his Property, iO j 

11/ 
(rim '8 in Ireland. 18 / 10 b—22j 6/—27J 6 6— 

4/ 6/--15W 12 e 
< riminal Code. 27 m 5 e 
CRIMINAL TRIALS:— 

Allerton, J. C'.. for Manslaughter, 29 J 11 d 

Allsiopp, Robt., for Receiving Stolen Pro- 
property, 17/11 c 

Alston, Jas.. for Wounding, 6/11 d 

Anderson, John, and others, for Assault, 

10/4/ 

■ for Robbery, 6/ 1 1 (/ 

Artop, C'has., for Murder. 28/11 d 

Attrill, Daniel, for Fraud, 20 / 11 /"— 22 / 

11/ 

Avins, Robt., for Fraud, 13/4 <• 

Baker, Edw., for Manslaughter, 11 / 11 d 

—— Jos., for Wounding, 15 j 1 1 c 

Bancroft, Chas., and others, for Stealing, 

29/4 u 
Barnes, Henry, and others, for Stealing, 12 

Barratt. Geo., and othsrs, for Keeping a 

Bawdy-house, 7j 9 d 

Barry, Ph trick, as a Vagabond, \l fi d 

Bates, Alfred, for {Stealing, 2b fie 

Anne, for Stealing, 27 m 4 « 



Beai^ley, Jas., for Burj^lary, 5 m 12 a 

Beaumont, Jas., and others, for Attempting 

to Defraud, 17> 11 6—18 / 1 1 «— 20 j 1 1 /' 

' Beaut3mian, Alfred, for Stealing, 26 in 6 « 

Bennett, Richard, and another, for Assault, 

29 / 1 1 rf 

Berry, G. H., for Embezzlement, 5 m 12 a 

• Bingham, W. C, for Manslaughter, 4/ 1 1 c 

Birkett, Geo., for Embezzlement, 27 / 4 / 

Bohren, — , for Attempted Murder, 21 ibd 

' Booker, Alfred, for Fraud, 22 ; 1 1 c 

BoBwell, John, for Stealing. 2/116 

Bowles, Charlotte, for Stealing, 7j9d 

— Bradfield, Nat., and another, for Bigamj, 

24;ll/ 

Brand, W. F., for Arson, 18 / 1 1 rf 

Brayshav, Geo., and another, for Perjury, 

*2j 11/ 

Brown, Jas., for Burglary, 26 m 4/ 

Wm., and another, for Stealing, 29 i 4 a 

Bullock, Albert, for Manslaughter, 14^ 11 c 

Burghley, Wm., for Woundmg, 14/3/ 

Barke, John, and another, for Unlawful 

PosKMioo, 17 j 11 c 

Mary, for Wounding, 27 m 4/ 

Bums, Chas., for Forgery, loj 11/ 

Bushell, Thos., for Murder, 8/ 11 e 

Cain, G. R., for Wounding, 6 m 11 rf 

Calland, Richard, for Attempted Murder, 

13/11 c 

Cardew, Alice, for Murder, 22^ 11 c 

Cairington, Matilda, for Stealing. 26 /" 4 « 

Carter, M. A., for Stealing, 28 w 4 e 

Caveley, Jane, for Stealing, %f^d 

CaTeney, Martin, for Wounding, 25 j 11 c 

—27/ 12 o 
Chadbum, Wm., for Stealing, 18^ 4 c 



Criminal Trials (conthiuid). 

CHianrip, Jas., and another, for Stealing, 4 

m 12 h 

Chandler. Ann. for Buglary, 8 w» 6 6 

City of Glasgow Bank Directors, see Sal- 
mon d 

Clark, Thos., and others, for Threats, 26. 

/4e 

Wra., for Fraud, 5 m 12 a 

Coffey, John, for Fraud, loj 11 c 

Coleman, S. G., for Manslaughler, 8 m 14 a 

Collins, Richard, for Attenjpted Burglary, 

I7j Mb 

Cook, Jap., for Wounding, 6 m M e 

Corby, Anna, for Wounding, 17/4 e 

Cornford, — , for Perjury, 31 / 1 1 A 

Corscadden, R. B., and others, for Stealing, 

soy 4 a 

Coverlt^y, Ellen, for Stealing, \2fif 

CoTington, David, for Arson, 5/11 e 

Cowling, Francis, for Attempted Munler, 4 

fU d 
Cox, Henry, for Stealing, 12/4 e 

Cripps, Edw., for Stealing. 29 j 4 a 

Crowe. Matthew, for Forgery, 20 f 11 « 

Daly, Margaret, for Stealing, leyiOy 

Dashwood, Wm., and another, for Burglary,. 

27 VI 4 e 

Davies, Thos., for Manslaughter, 1 J W e 

Davis, P. J., for Stealing, 8/4 </ 

W. F.. and another, for Larceny, 2^ I W> 

Dawes, Jos., and another, for Robbery with 



Violence, 14/4 / 

Day, — , for Manslaughter, 15 j 11 d 

Wm., and another, for Fraud, 14 / 4 a 



— Deacon, Wm., for Wilful Damage, 25 m 4/ 

— Delebecque, — , for Misappropriation of 
Gold, 1 1 / 5 c 

— Desborough, John, for Wounding, \i f A f 

— Dickenson, Annie, for Stealing. 25j 11 c 
-— Dillon, Edw., for Stealing, 12 m 6 e 

— Dingley, Geo., for Burglary, 11/4 rf 

— Disorderly Houses, Persons, for Keeping,. 
ISy 4« 

— Duncker, Franz, for Remarks on the Socia- 
list BiU, \Ojbd 

— Dutton, John, for Stealing, 15 m 6 e 

— Dwyer, Dominic, and another, for Assault, 
14./ 11 6 

— Earle, Chas., for Stealing, 1 1 m 4 rf 
Editor of the France Nouvelle, for Libel, 9 



j5b 



Edwards, Wm., and another, for Stealings 
8^12 a 

— Eggleton, Fred., for Attempted Murder, 17 
;11/ 

Ellis, Chas., and another, for Stealing, 27 ; 



12 a 

— Ellison, Wm., for Embezzlement, 17/ 4 « 

— Evans, Anne, for Stealing, 2j 11 b 

Bamett, and others, for Stealing, 80 / 4 a 

John, for Robbery, 2j l\ b 

— Fegan and Hands, for Assault, 18 j 6 o 

— Fiddler, Thos., for Manslaughter, 16j 11 / 

— Fieldhouse, Jas., for Sacrilege, 31 i 11 c 

— Fishlock, Seth, for Receiving Stolen Goods^ 
28 / 11 d 



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THE riMf.-J NKWSI'AI'r.Xl. 



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Crimitial Trials (ro////nfW). 

l-ifrhcr, Juhn« for Stealing. 15 i 4 /* 

llack, Wm., for Fiiibezzlenient, 25 /*4 e 

yiiiherty, MichaL-l. tor IVrjury, 23 j W. J 

iU'inincr, Aon, for SteaUnj?. 13/4/ 

Ford, Geo., for Ihirgbiry, 17 /i c 

Forrest, Henry, lor Assault, 29 j 11 rf 

• Forrj;ster, Eliz., and another, for Stealing, 

87 y^a 

Foniine — , for Endeavouring to Rescue a 

Prisoner, 7 m b d 

. Francis, F'led., for Stealing, 11/4 d 

Franklin, John, for Attenipiing to Defraud, 

26 m G e 

Gulpin, John, for Wounding, 18 j 11/ 

Gaiubrill, Stephen, for Murder, ihj 11 d — 

16 7 11* 

— Gaywood. Fred., for Intimidation, 1 1 m 4 rf 
'- — George, \Vm., for liurglary, 15 wi 6 e — 25 

— Girl, a Respectable, for Concealment of 
Birth, 227 11 c 

f—^ Goduttn, Win., for Stealing, 13 i« 4/ 

Goptou. H. E.» for Stealii g, 27 m 4 e 

Greaiback, E. D., for Libel, 17/ 11 b 

. Greea. Geo., for Wounding, 12/4/ 

»— - Gregory, Barbara, for Coucoalment of Birth, 

20^11/ 
— ^ Grelean, — , for Fraud, 19/6 6 
-^ Gresty, Edw., for Manslaughter, 5/11/ 

Griniihaw, Kobt., and another, for Stealing, 

18y4c 

Grist, — , for Assault. ,^1 j \\ h 

Gubbins, J. W., for Emliezzlement, 27/4 e 

• Guerrier, S. A., for Bigamy, 13/11 d 

Hall, Wm., for Refusing Absistancc, 6/4 c 

for Stealing, 11 / 4 li 

. Hancock, Wm., for Manshuiphtcr. 19 / 4 e 

Hansom, Wm., for Stealing, 1 j 12 « 

Hanson, S. J., for Murder, 4/ 1 1 c — 6/11 d 



— Hardy, Fanny, for Fraud, 3^ 9 c 

— Hargrettves, Geo., for Forgery, 8/11 d 

— Harper, Samuel, and others, for Stealing, 
14/4 c 

— Harrington, Knte, for Stealing, 2 j 11 & 
Richard, and another for Robbery, 23 / 



m 



— Harris, John, for Wilful Damage, 
—6 WI 12 a 

— Harrow. Geo., for Stealing, 25 m 4/ 

— Hattersley, Robt., for Fraiid, 23 /'4 c 

— Haward. G. R., for Assault, 13/11 d 

— Hav, John, for Burj^lary, S m A/ 
Wm., for Stealing. 27 m 4 f 



12 h 



Hedge:!), — , and another, for Coining Act 

Offence, 1 5 j 1 1 d 
Henderson, Matthew, and another, for Steal- 
ing, 24j 11 f 

11 erne, Wm., for Stealing, 19 w 6/ 

• Hertzberg. Julius, for Fraud, 16 /'4 / 

'. Holdsworth, C. E. H., for Fraud, 31 ; 11 6 

Holsteiu, Abraham, for Abduction, 31 j 11 c 

: Hook, Chaa., for Stealing. 28 i J 1 rf 

z Hooper, Chas., for Intimidation, 10 /'4 e 

r Uomidge, Matthew, and another, for Steal- 
ing, 18/ 4 « 

e — Howard, John, for Stealing, 15 / 4/ 
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Criminal Trials {coniinuetf), 

Howlett, Wm., fo:- Incendiarism, 5/11 e 

Howell, Louisa, for Stealing, 1 /4 e 

Hui&t, Henry, and another, for Stealing, 8 



j 12 a 

— Hulchlnson, Edward, 
Buiglaiy. 13 /*il 6 



and another, for 



Jackson, W. O., for Attempting to Defraud, 

13/11 (i 

J«go. Fred., and others, for Stealing, 6 ;'4e 

James, Wm., for Attempting to Defraud, 

ny 11 h 
Janeway. M. A., for Manslaughter, 5/11* 



Jerome, Geo., for Stealing, 31 / 4 h 



Johnson, Wm., and others, for Burglary, 

27/12« 

.Johnstone, Henry, for Stealing. 14 j lie 

Jones. Ann. foi Stealing 27 w 4 e 

John, and others, for Burglary. 7mif 

Feler, for Manslaughter, 6/11 d 

Thos.. and another, for Stealing, 11 /4 « 

Juchantzaff, — , for Embezzlement, 17/5rf 

Kappell, Wm., for Debtors Act Offence, 81 

/lie 

Kaufman. Geo., for Rurglary. ly 12 a 

Keen, Edmund, and another, for Fraud, 29 

m 6 e 

Kelly, M. A., for Fraud, 12 m G e 

Wm.. and others, for Stealing. 15 iw 6/ 



Kemp, Edw., for Assault, 2() / 1 1 / 
Kate, for Assault, 17 ; 11 b 



— Kennedy, Patrick, for Manslaughter, 17 /"4/ 

— Kettle. C. G., for Fraud, 18 / 1 1 d—20inj' 

— Kingsman, W. J., for Rape. 13 /'ll d 

— Knight, KHz., for Stealing, 2 ; 11 b 

— Lamo, Win., and Wm. and John Slack, for 
Selling Lottery Tickets, 5/6 c— 8/10 c 

— Lau^r;iiul-Dunoneeau, Count, for Fraud, 
&c., '24 J 6 d 

— Lav cock, Arthur, for Debtors* Act Offence, 
I0/4'« 

— Lent.on. John, for Manslaughter, 28 ; 11 / 

— Levy. E. L., for Forgery, (J m 11 J 

— Liddall, John, for Manslaughter, 14/4/ 

— Linden, Baron Vou, and another, for Insult, 
&c., 8 / 6 c 

— Lome, Julian, for Embezzlement, 16 y 11 / 
Lucns, Thos., and another, for Stealing, 8 



m 6 b 

— Lyons, Thos.. for Assault, 8 m 14 a 

— l^yttel. Rev. Edw., for Stealing, 5 /■4 « 

— Madden, E. B., for Threats, 14 j 11 rf 

— Marks, Aaron, for ArK>n, 12/4/ 

— Marson, Thos.. for Steahng, 26 m 4/ 

— Matthews, James, for Incendiarism, II /'4 
e— 18/4 a 

— Maves, William, and another, for Night 
Toaching, 13 / 11 6 

— Mavh, Thos.. for Assault, 26 m 6 e 

— M'Cann, Geo., for Unlawful Possession, 22 
ill e 

— M'Carthy, John, for Attempted BorgUury, 
l/4f 

— M*Govem, John, and others, for Kobbeiy 
with Violence, 8/11 d 

— M'Kenzie, Edward, and another, foy MftR* 
slaughter, 18/11/ 



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Criminal Trials {conthued). 

M'Huts'h, Martin, for Murder, 22 m 13 « 

M'Lannan, Bernard, forLlobl>ery with Vio- 
lence, 2'>j\\d 
— -^ Mcars. Jos., and another, for Fraud, 23; 11/ 
- — Mctcnlf, E. W., for Fraud, 3.; 9 c 

Middlemiss, Eliz., and another, for Steflling, 

16 J 11 a 

Miller, Daniel, and another, for Robbery 

with Violence, 13/11 rf 
^— Moden, James, and another, for Murder. 17 
yile 

More, Alice, for Infanticide, 14/11 e 

Morton, James, for Stealing, 15 j A f 

- — Monto^a and Thirteen others, for Assassinat- 
mg the President of Peru, 13 /C/ 

Muriimer, Wm.. for Fraud, 1 / 4 c/ 

Mullens. Wm., for Threats, 15 j 11 6—12 J 

- — Mumford. Thos., for Murder, 17; 11 d 

Mr. Uibton's AiM)lo:^y, 24 ; 12 c 

Myzeek, I. M., for Unlawful Possession, 7 

m 12 a 

Needs, Wm., for Forgery, 14 J 1 1 d 

Newman, Wm.. for Assault, 17/11 l> 

Nicholson, Lilian, for Incendiarism, 28 y 1 1 rf 

Ogden, Thos., for Debtors' Act Offence, 8 / 

d 

— Old, Chas., for Fraud. 12 / 4/ 

— OrsoUdi. — , for Throwing a Bomb among a 
Crowd at Pisa, 14 w 5 c 

— Owston. AntliDny, for Murder, 3 /' I c 

— Paice, Robt., fen- Sloalinir, 21) tn 4 c 

— Parker, J. W., for Framl, 5 m 12 <i 

— Passanaute, — . for AtlcniiJlii^f; to Assassi- 
nate King Humbert, 7 in ."> r— 8 m 7 b 

— X^eace. Chas., for Mnnler, 6/11 c 
Frank, for A^siult. IG ; K) /* 

Hannah, for Koctiving JStohn Property, 



II 



IS^llc 

Pearson, Wm., for Fo >:' ry, 28 y 11 e 

^<^&?t — » ^or liigamy, 22 f 11 c 

Pegler, Harold, for Fraud, 15 »/i fi /* 

Perkins, Thos., for Sioaling, 14 / 4/ 

Ferryman, John, for Murder, 4 /« 12 b 

Peters, Wm., for Frauil, 5 m 12 a 

Peitingale, Mary, for Stealinj?. 28/4 f 

— - Philippart. M., for Malversation, i /5 b 
• — Pigott, Wm., and another, for KiH'pjng a 

Disor erly House, 2H/4/ 
Pool, F. J., an 1 another, for Forgery, 11/ 

Potter, John, and another, for Making 

Counterfeit Coin, 4 »« 12 6 

Price, Jos., for Asssult, Id j 11/ 

— Quin, Michael, and another, for Robbery 

with Violence, \c,j\\ d 
Reid, Geo., and others, for Robbery with 

Violence, 16; 11 rf 

■ Kennel, a Blacksmith, for Murder, 2 / 6 b 

Reynolds, 'J hos., for Unlawful Detention, 4 

SI 12 6 

Richardson, Thos., for Murder, 16/11 d 

-— Robinson, Thos., and anottiei , for Robbery, 

24^11./ 
- — • Kobflon, Robt., and another, for Conspiring 

to Defraud, IC / 11 c/, two notices 



Criminal Triads {coni Ivmd). 

Rogers, Rich., and another, for Stealing, ^ 

Uoper, Eliza, for Stealing, 12 w 6 e 

Russell, Wm., and others, for Stealing, &c., 

7/4 a 

Ryan, Patrick, for Wounding, 1 ; 1 2 a 

and MoUoy, for Manslaugher — Curiou* 



Case for Appeal, 28/10./ 
Salmond, — , and others, for Fraud, &c.. 21 

j 1 1 a— 22 j 10 a— 23 / 1 1 a— 24 j 10 c— 25 ; 12 

fl— 27 j U 6— 28y 6 a— 29 / 10 d—20jn a— 

31/ lOrf— 1/lOe— 3 fWe 
Saunders, Geo., for Unlawful Possession, 15 

; 11 c 

K. II., for Wounding. 16 ./lie 

Savory, J. L., for Fraud, 14 /'3 / 

Scott, Thos., for Bigamy, 24 / li f 

Shan "ill. Ahmed, for MuMiering a Family 



During the Indian Mutiny in 18.37, 17 / 5 c 

— Shien, Wm., for Fnud, 15 7/1 6/ 

— SiJort. Geo., for Sienling Bonds, 4.; 6 e 

— Sinims, James, fui Muidc;, 6 mild 

— Skinner, .lames, for Sfeaiiuir, Am 12 6 
SnnUl, John, and iinother, for Robbery, 24 



ill/ 

Smith, Geo., and another, for Robbery, 6 iw 



11 d 



H. J., for Fnmd. 11 fir 



" James, for Stoaling, 13 m 4 e 

— John, for Burglary. (» / 11 d 

— Joseph, for Larcenv, 6 m W e 
Wm., and anoihtr, tor Bnrtflary, 20 / 4 « 



— SmiihvMS. tieo., for Ss.'aling. 28 ) \\ d 

— SneiUrovo. John, ami mother, for Attempt* 
in^ to Pick Pocket'j, ~i 1 \ <i 

— Snii.u^s. J. W.. f'T ^^M^^1 Damn.uv. 5 m 12 • 



— Sj>eiTing, Heui^\. f )r Highway Ivu'./.jeiy, il 
/ll e 

— Stanton, Walter, for Framl, 15/4 c 

— Stevenson, Henry, for Wounding, 25 / 4 « 
W. H., and another, for Lii)el, 1 1 / 1 1 d 

Stewart, Anthony, and another, for Bur- 



glary, H) /'4 e 

— Stohie, John, for Assault, 6 w 11 « 

— Stokes, Thos,, for Bi^^amy, f l\ / 

— Strftn«;e. Geo., for Kohborv, 7/11 e 

— Siratton, Fred., and another, 'for Assault,. 
IG/n/ 

Sullivan, John, and another, for Stealing, 



13 m 4 e 

— SzainowsVi, Vincent, and others, for Unlaw- 
ful Possession, 11/^4 f— 27 m 12 a 

Tarbert, Wm., and others, for Burglary, 1 



/■4c 



1 1 ./ 



Taylor, Kllen, for Stoalin;.', 15 / 4/ 

— (ieo., and anoilier, for IJurglary, U /He 

Telford, Wm., for Attempted Murdtr, 23; 



— Thomas. John, for Forgery, 11 / 11 « 

— Thompson, Geo., for Stealing, 14/11 c 
Thornton, (ieo., for Stealing, 1 1 fif 

llezekiah. for Procuring Abort ion,' 8/ 11 d 

— Thwaites, Geo., for Stealing. \o j 4/ 

— Tillsou, Wm , and another, for Stealing, 28^ 
J 11 e 

— Timothy, E. E., for Fraud, S m6b 



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Criminal Trials (cojitinued). 

Tomes, Alice, and another, for Stoaiing;, &c., 

3 ;• 9 r 

Tomkins, Wm., for Perjury, 2» / 1 1 aT 

TratHjy, Alfred, for Stealing, U> 3/ 

John de, for Fraud, (> m 1 1 ti 

Treadaway, Rich., for Wounding. 6 m 1 1 d 

Tritner, Wm., for Attempted Murder, 12 f 



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Troj.inowski, Julian, for Unlawful Posses- 



sion. 7 m 12 a 
— Turner, Ellen, for Stealing. 15 /"i e 
- John, for Burglary, 22 J 1 1 /" 



L. A., for Fraud, 27/4 e 

Two Fereigners, for Keeping a Disorderly 

House, 7j9d 

Voss, H. E., for Unlawful Possession, 14 f 



4a 



Wainwright, G. J., for Robbery with Vio- 
lence. 12/4/ 

Ward, Henry, and another, for Stealing, 13 



/'4/ 



J nines, for Stealing, Ifi / 10/ 



/4« 



Waring, John, for Forgery, C» f ]l d 
Watson, S. A., and another for Stealing, 17 



11 e 



Weld), Martin, for Drunkeness, &c,, 22 / 



West, T. J., and others, for Burglary, 1 / 

11 d 
Wheeler, Wm., and others, for Stealing, 7 

J 9 d 

W^histler, Enoch, for Murder, 22 / 1 1 / 

White, Geo., for Stealing. 16 / 10/ 

Wm., for Stealing, 3 / 9 r 



— Whitehouse, Moses, and another, for Fraud, 
22^11/ 

— Whiteside, Mary, for Murder, 22^.11 d 

— Willett, Augustine, for Fraud, 31 / 4 b 

— Willinms, Harriett, for Bigamy, 10/4 e 
John, and another, for Stealing, 16 ; 10/ 



— Wilmott, Geo., for Attempting to Steal, 12 

— Wilson, James, for Burglary, 25/4 « 
John, for Forgery, 24 j 11/' 

W'ood, Henry, and another, for Stealing, 25 



m 4/ 



R. E., for Incendiarism, 5/11 e 
W. H., for Debtors' Act OflFence, 8/ 11 rf 

— Woolford, Henry, for Stealing, 11 mid 

— Wright, Augusta, and another, for Stealing, 
28 m 4 e 

John, for Burglary, Ifi ; 11 a 



— Wyatt, Richard, and another, for Burglary, 

16ill/ 

Young, Wm., and another, for Stealing, 28 



i 11 d 

Cross (— ) at Edinburgh, 4 ; 6 d—Gj 9/— 8 ; 9/ 
—8; 11 a 

at the Essex Industrial School, 6/8 a 

(J. W.) on the Resumption of Specie Pay- 
ments in the United States, 18 ; 6 c 

(R. A.) on Salmon Poaching in Wales, 18 y 

11 o 
Crossley and Sons (Limited), 10^ 7 d 
Croydon Liberal A8S>ciation, Annual Soiree, 20 

yio/ 

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Cruwder (A. G.) Able Bodied sad the Labour 
Test, 24/6/ 

on the Distress in the East End. 29 7 12 '• 

Co-Operation between Charity and the Poor 

Laws, 2 ) o f 
Crustacean. Discovery of a Remarkable, 17 j'^c 
Crystal Palace. Admit?sions, see ^rery dug'tyainr 

Annual Pigeon Show, 16/4 f 

Bird Show, 25/6 <f 

Brahm8*s New Violin Concerts at, 25 /*!!/ 

Queen of the Belgians at, 22 m 7 e — 25 w r 

Report, 7/7 c— 15/12 a— 17 mid 

Saturday Concerts at, 17/8 a— 12 m 5 a— 

18 m4u— 31 m ^d 
Cuba, News, 7/5/ 

New Governor, 14 m 5 e 

Plot in, 81 w 66 

Curate of the Period, 2 j 1 1 </— 6 / 10 d 
Curates Augmentation Fund, Annual Mee^inir, 

26 m 11 <^ 
Currie & Co's., Voyage from the Cape, 11/"'' 
— (Donald) on Telegraphic Communication 

wiih the Cape, 13/10/ 
Curtius (Professor) Scientific Results of Excava- 
tions at Olyrapia, 5 /*♦>/ 
Oust (Robt.) on Old Irish* Glasses, 29 ta 5./ 
Custody of Children, Meeting on the Agar-Uiis 

Case, 14/1 2y 
Customs Duties, \\ j 7 d 

Revenue at Glasgow, 1 y 10 c 

Union, Proposed, 31 7 5/ 

Cutlers' Company, Awards Granted, 22 ^ 9/ 
CYPEUS:- 

Anchorages of, 6 m 4 a 

Archbishop of, 23 / 6 <— 31 m 9 /* 

the Bo Tree, 11/ 10 c 

Alex. Drummond's Account of, 21/9 rf 

Enforceti Labour in, 20 w 10 e 

Government House, Progress in the Build- 
ing of, 1 7 4 / 

Greek Club at. Annual Meeting, 11 1« 5r 

Health of. \\ fbh 

Lej^islative Council, Meetings of, 1 / 4 < 

Movements of Troops in, I j i e 

New Monetary Tariff in, 15 ;« 7 rf— 28 « 5 '/ 

Mr. Newton Leaves for, 28 m 10 h 

Mr. Pender's Lecture on, 20 m 11 a 

the Prisons of, 22 ; 6 c 

Ship News, 17./ 6 /> 

the 71st Heginicnt in, 4/ 10 6 

Mr. Si>enser Sails for, as liepresentativc of 

the PropagMtion Society. 17/5/— 18/9/ 

the Thupa.ancie Dagoba, 11 /' 10 c 

Tour of the Governor, 11 /'lO c 

D. 
Daily Newspaper Press, Return of, 11 ; 10 r 
Diiiries, Cowsheds and Milkshops, Order in 

Council to Kegulate, hfinc 
Dangerous Practice — Locking Church Door» 

during Service, 13 m 7/ 
Daniels (C. E.) on the New Bankruptcy Act, 2U 

m 12 6 
Darby (Rev. W.) Seige of Jhansi, 22/10 « 
Darwin (Dr.) Enters his 70th Birthday, 13/6 i 
Davidson (W. E.) on the Fire at Meyringeo, 19 

fl « — 7 m 7 d 



Mar. 31, 1879.] palmkk^s index to '* the tiaiks" NKWSPArKH. 



D»i 



IMvJes (Emily) Girton College, i2 fl\/ 

(G. R.) on Electric Light, 2Gm 7 J 

Davis (Israel) on the Jews in Uounmnia, 21 j 10 b 

(J. D.) Duty on Hops, 21 ./ li e 

(K. G.) on the iMst liegimeat Leaving for 

the Cape, 20/10 rf 

IHry (Sir H.) Centenery of. Celebration at Pen- 
zance, 12/7 c— 17/11/ 

Dawkius (^ Professor) Karly Inhabitantp of Britain, 

, 7/11/ 

Dawn (Win.) on the Fi^h Trade, 2 / 11 / 

Daylight, Continuous Mea.surernent of, 10 w 4 /" 

Dead Sea. Native Purchases the Right of Ex- 
tracting ChloKite of Potafih from, 30 ; 5 e 

Dear Snow at Berlin. 12/5/ 

** Death's Doings*'— No Death Recorded for Tiro 
Years in the Precincts of Salisbury Cathedral, 
7jHb 

Death, l^udden. of Mr. Bciidle, when Seated at a 
Board Meeting at Lower Edmonton, y ;' <] r 

— r— of £dw. Smith, in a liitilwiU' Carringe, 4 / 
12 6 

DEATHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from liS37, of «U Doaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in tlie Tunes. 

Amsinck, Capt., 14,/ 3 6 

Andersen, llerr, the Celebrated Chess 

Ptayer. 2\ mbd 

Anderson, Mrs., 3 7 4 6 

Andewerelt, M. dc Roo Van, 1 / 5 « 

Ant4>micai, Cardinal. 29 j 6 y— 31 ; 5 rf— 3 

/If/ 
Appleton, Dr. C. E., 17 /"lO rf 

Artom, Rev. Dr. Benj., Chief Rabbi, 8 j 11/ 

— 9 J 6 d 

Funeral of, 10 y 5/ 

Ashburnham, Lady Eliz., 1 4 w 11/ 

Bagot, Rev. Harvey, 7 J 5 / 

Baker, Capt. Wm. Henry, 1 i 10 <: 

Bariatinsky, Marshal, \i mh d 

Bastede, Jules, 4 wi 6 c 

Bateson, Samuel S., 12 m 12 </ 

Beauchamp, Gen., S m 6 d 

Beauclerk, Lord Araelius, 28 w 5 / 

Bedford, Vice \dm. G. A., 14/ 11 /" 

bell, Chas. S., Union Spy, 19 m U'f 

BeUland, Victor, 10/5 f 

Blackman, Mrs., a Centenarian, 2i/iJ 

Blomfleld, Rev. F. G., 3 m \l d 

Brewer, Rev. J, S., 19/ 10 <— 21 / 12 a 

Broadhead, Wm., the Notorious Unionist, 

17iiilly 
Browning, A. A., 30/5/ 

Bruce, Dr. Wm., 18 ; 10 d 

Bullock, Rev. Prebendary, 4 m 1 e 

Bumaby, Lt G«n. C. H., 17i 10 c 

Burritt, £lihu 10 m 6 c— 1 1 m 3 e 

Cameron. Mrs. Julia Hay, 4 m 10 f 

Cammell, Chas., Uy 9 / 

Garden, Sir J. C, 27 m 5/ 

— ^ Carrell, Armand, 18 wi 5 6 
Chauffard, Dr,, 8/5 6 



Teaths front mueti). 

C'id Moosa Ben Hamed, 14/ 5y 

(lairville, M.. 10/6 /' 

Clarke, John, 22 / W e 

Funeral of, 24 / 9 e 

Clifford, Pnjfessor, 6 m 9/ 

Memorial b'und fwr the Family, 17 wi 6 / 



— Corca. King of, 17 / <> r 

— Cox. Mr J. Mary, a Ceatenrtrian, 25/6/ 

— Curling. Rev.- Wm., 9^9/ 

— Cusbiag, Caih., 4 j 6 c 

— Dale Jos., fo: 3(j Years Gardener to the 
Middle Temple, 6 /"«€ 

— Dalbis, K. S., rs>9/ 
Funeral of, 22 i 9 e 



Dana. R. H.. r. / 10 d 

Dauiiiier, the (Caricaturist, \2 fo d 

Deberley, Commandant, 2(5 m 7 6 



Downing, Mr. Ai'Carthy, \\Ji)/—\Sj 8 6 

Dubs. Dr., 1(» / ') € 

Due. M.. •J4/r, // 

Dumas, — , Clerk of the Victorian Assem- 
bly, 14/3 6 

Dunbar, W.. 27 m 5/ 

Ee.hter, Michael. 10./ Ct a 

EKvy, Lady, 24 / 9/ 

Kspartera, Mar>hal, Duke »f Victori.a, 10 



>5< 



Menu>ir of. \0j 10 a 



Exeier. Do\v;iger .Vlarcliioncsa of, 7 w 9 / 

Feiiden, Sir \V. II., 1(J ; 9 / 

Fit/wiliiHui. Hon. Mr.^. G. W.. 21 / 9 / 

Forrester, Darnel, of the M:u):^on House, 20 

j\o 

Foster, >L lie Neve, 2:* f'W <l 

Fouilley, IJenr Adm.. 14 / .> d 

F«x. John, Aged 107 Years, \7 /(id 

— FraU%u8taedt, Julius, 2.i / 5 c 

Fry. Joseph. 21/1 6 

Gaines, Thoina.i, the Last Old Bow Street 



Officer, 7 /• 7 / 

— Garbett, Arch In.. 27 m 5 / 

— Gaudin, Edm., an Old I'hysician. a Relic of 
the Army of Invaders ot Russia, 24 m M d 

— Gervais, Paul. 11/5 c 

— Girous, Dr. Sales, SJ c * 

— Gissing, Lt.. uOj 5 / 

— Giazebrook. Benj. Jos., 19 m 13 « 

— Gore, >ir St. George, it J 9 /" 
Capts the Hon. Elw^ I4> U) h 

— Gore-Langto.i, Lady Aiiua, ti / 9 f 

— Greathed, Maj .r Gen. W. \V. H.,'l / 10 / 

— Grote. Mrs.. 21 ; lU 6 
Funeral of, 2 j 9 /' 

— Guidi, Cardinal. I m 5 r— 4 .*$* \0 f 

— Halil Cherif Pa.sha, 14 / 5 / 

— HalJ, Lady, 7 / 9 / 
Paymaster in Chief W. J. Ro.^s, 21 m lOd 



— Halliwcll-IMiilli|jps, Uenrietta i<Jiz. .M., 2ti 
m 1 a 

-. Hare. Lady, 18/9/ 

— Hay, Lady Jane. ^/9 /* 
Funeral of, 11/9/ 



Haynes. liobt. Wm., i f\ a 

llayter. Sir VV. G., Fuiieiai of, 3/ 3/ 

Heer, M., 4 m 5 d 

Hesse, Caroline IViacess of, S / id 



Ilea 



PALMRR S IXDrX TO '* TlIE TTMEb ^ NEW^:'Arr.R. 



^.Tau. 1 fo 



DeatllB {rotifinu€'i). 

lleulh, John lieiij., 17 j 1 a-17 ; 7 6—18 ; 

*>/ 

Funeral J>ervice at the Foundling Chapc^L 

:i7.;llo 
Hodyson, Rer. J. S., Ciinon of Carlisle, 27 

/ 10 r 

Home. Col.. 31 ; S A 

Funersii of. 1/ .">/—;? /'9/_4y jj a 

Memorial Fuiwl, lU / 8 c 

Note tibout. 4 r l\ a * 

Tension (VnUMTod on the Widow, ^f9f 



liowitt. Win.. 4 w iuy 
— Funeral of. (i //i 5 r 



lluber, J)r. Johannes, 22 m 7 rf 

Huntsman. Krai c ^, 27 /' 1 1 c 

Ingram. Rev. Dr. J as., a Centenarian, 4m6 / 

Jei.ser, Adolf. 28/5 h — Ji) j 12 c 

Jervia. Col. Gen. Henry, 10 / 10/ 

Jonas. £dm. J as., Governor of Newirate, 19 

/ll/ 

Karl Von ManteufFel Baron, 1 m 6 c 

Karinarsh, P^ofe^so^, 119 m 7 d 

Kemble, Uev. W ., 7 m 9 f 

Kinloch Sir David. 27 /lO d 

Knirht, Widow of the Inte Chas., 31 / (\f 

— Krapoikine, Lt. Gm. Tii c.\ 2.S / o b 

Lufij'.o. Jean, for Thirty Veirs **Taster" to 

tlie ConieJie Fr»uir«i>e, b m 7 h 

l.afogvo, M.. 4 / 5 r 

Lant , Huv. l h.is.. 27 w ^ c 

Le Nevo Foster, Ftrer. 2o /' 1 1 d 

Note about, I'G / 11 « 

Leon de M;djville, M., ol w 5 r; 

Lewis, IL C. H , 18 «H o 

LUhteiistcin, I'rincess Mary, \ j Ty d 

Llam aff. Dean of. 29 i ft /' 

l/unisflen. ^ir James if 7 m h f 

Maiiionell, J as., 3 m 9 « * * 

Maclean, — , 10 m /' 

MatTobin. Dr.. 8 / 11 r 

Magne, — , 19/5 /; 

Maidstone, Viscount. 4/'9 /* 

Maiden. Visctiunt, 11 m 5 /* 

Matlieson, Sir Jas., 3^ 7/ 

Mathieu. M.. 3 ; 3 c 

MNeifb. Deaii,'29;6/ 

Funeral t>f, yo ; 9 /" 

Millet. A Up., 2<> ) h h 

Note about, 27 flf 



Eeatha {cmtilnMeW, 

Newton, Rev. Wm., 20/'. /*- 24 / 9/ 

Obituary for 1878. I / 11 c—G j (J c 

Omer Fn»ha. 13 m G e 

Fage, Profeisor Dr.. 11 mot 

Parry, John, 22 / 10 f. 

Pavior, Jonathan, a Centenarian, 3 w (5 c 

Peel Gen. Jonathan. 14/ lO « 

Funeral of, 20 / 9/ 

Pole. C:(d. Gen. Edw., fi /* 10 « 

Pope, Rev. VV. L>iw., 12 «< 12 / 

Pratt, Col. Sir T. S., 6/ 10 e 

Preault, Auguste, 13^ 5 /' 

Prisse-d'Avesnes. M.. 18 ; 5 c— 23^ 12 h 

Pnlleine, Jas., 27 m 5 f 

Pulling, Rev. Dr., 28 /» c 

Funeral of, 5 ;n 5 « 

Quetteville, David de, 28 ; 11 e 

Rauchenstein, Dr.. 13/5/ 

- • Reddin. Daniel, a Released Fenian, 13 m 12« 
Funeral of. 1 7 m 1 1 c 

RiddcU, Rev. J. C. Buchanan, 7 m 7 d 

Robertson, Alex.. 12 w 13 a 

Robinson, John James, 2 / 1 a 



Mills, Ja<».. a Trafaljyar Veteran, 28; 5/ 
Molyneux, Sir Capel. 81/9/ 

— Rev. Ijir John, lOy 6 e 
Morin, M.. 25/5 a 
Moufresor. Gen. Karl, 24 w 12 A 
Murat, Princess Lueien, 12 / 5 d 

— Fujieral Seivice for, 15 / 5 h 
Musters, Commander G. (\, 29y / 
Naleche. M. de, 22 ' 5 d 

Neaio. (has., 8/9 /" 
l-nnvnd of, 13 / 6 e 



Neih^Tlands!. Prime Henrj- of, 14 / 5 e— 15 

J ;» a — 1 I t ;» /• 

FnmTHl «if. 18 / i>c—T.\ / 5 /> & f—27j (5 b 

Great W'enl'h of. HO / 9 / 



- Rochette, M. de la, 6 w 5 6 
Rutenberg. Dr., 28 / 9 /* 

'Saey, M. Silvostre de, 15 /'5 & 

Funeral of, 18 / 5 rf 

Sadler, Sir Thos.'S.. 1 y 9 /* 

Santa Theresa. Gen. Vi?conde, 4/5/ 

Saux, Jules de. 8 / 5 c 

St. Claii, Lt. Col. W. A., 14 / 10 b 

SchomAnn, M.. 2H »» 5 d 

Scott. 'I'hos., 15 / 10 c 

Siniot, M., 28 / 5 6 

Smith, Samuel. IR m I a 

Sonnenschein, Professor, o m G a 

Sopwith. Thos., 17/9/ 

Stark, Chas.. 13/10 c 

Stephens, Rev. J. R., a Chartist Leader, 23 

/'10« 

Strodtmann, Adolph, 22 m 7 c 

Taillandier, M. St. Rene, 25/5/ 

Tardieu, Dr., IH ; 5/ 

Taylor, Bayard, Funeral of, 17 m 6 ^ 

Toronto, Bp. of. 1 »« 1 1 e 

Touchard, Adm., 2iy 6 c 

Funeral of, 23 ; 5 f 

- Trauter, Rev. Wm., Aged 102, 17 /"G rf 
Trevelyan, Sir W. C, 27 m 5/ 

Tweeddale, Marquis of, Funeral of, 3 7 7 « 

Ulloa, Senor, 28 w 6 d 

Valery, Comte, 28 m 5 a 

Van Bosse, M., 22 /" 5^—29 to 5 r 

Vaulabelle. M. de, 29 m 5 b 

Vericour, Pnifcssor de, 8/ 11 / 

Vincent Henry, 1 y 9 « 

Vivian, Hon. John C. W.. 24 j 8 e 

Von Roon, Field Marshal Count, 24/ 10 c 

ReUgious Service for. at Berlin, 27 / J^ f 

Waldemar of Prussia, Fringe, 28 m 6 /»— 2i 

m 10 A— 31 m Ba 

Funeral of, 31 m e 



New(^^^tle. Dnke of. 24 / 11 /' 
— Funeral of, 1 m 9/ 
38 



Ward, E, M., 17^6 r— 18 / 11 a 

— Funeral of. 21 ? 9/— 22^' 5 /— 23> 9 f 

— Note about, 21 y 8 r 

Watts- Russell, Jesse David, 13 m 8 & 



M:ir. 31, 1S79.W PAl-ilKK^S INDKX TO ** THE riMK;5 " NEWSrATER. 



Dlv 



Deaths (ron/iituetl). • 

- Webber-S«jith. Gen. Jas.. 6^1/ 

Weddtrburn, Major Gen. John. Sj \0 / 

Wensleydale, Lady, 12 w 10 /> % 

Wenter. Samuel Pratt. \^ fSh 

Westmoreland, Dowager Ciuufltess of, 20 / 

5/ 

Funeral of, 26 /"f) /* • 

Wingate. Major Sir Geo., 11/9 / 

— Winterton, Eurl of, 4« 10 e 
T— Woodcroft Bennet. 14/8 c/ 

Wood'ord, Major Gen. Sir John. 24 w 6 d 

WooMacott. Rev. ( hristopher, 4 ^ 1 a 

AVorsley, Sir Wm., 7 m9 f 

Wrlghtbou, VVni? Battle. 13 /*! a-r-14 / 12 c 

Yarldwyn, Gen. J. W., 30 ; 10 c^ 

Zsedenyi, Deputy Edw.. 21 f'b e 

Decay of Evanjjelicali^m, G / 10 d 
Decreaw in Crime. 11 i of 
Dulagoa Bay and Zululiuid, lu w 5 d 
Denison (Geo. A.) Water Snpp^j 7 ; 5 i 
Denman (E.; on the AVeigUis akxi Measupee Act, 

«/4./ 
Denmark : — Elections, 4 j 5 d &/— 6 j a 

Ministerial Chanpes, 6 ; 6 a 

• Miscellaneous News, 4 fbf 

Tarliament Summoned, 18 ; 5/— 1 fH / 

and tlie Treaty of Prague, 19 / 5 d 

University. 400th Anniversary. 10 w 6 r 

and Germany on the Hanoverian Addreas 

to the Duke of Cumberland, 1 ; 5 e—Sj 8 e— 9 

/ o c 
Dvnt (E.) on the Weatminater Clock, 25/10 d— 

6 m 7 c 

( R.> on the Paris Lottery, IJ S^ 

l>entAl Hoiipital, Annual Meeting, 14 »w 11 e 
Deiitiiitry. Progrew of, 20 j 4 of— 23 j 7 /*— 28 ; 

10/ 

Denton (J. Bailey) the Frost and Sewage Fariua, 
29; II n 

Lower Thames Valley Drainaize, 20 m 10/ 

Depression in Agriculture,' 29 mile 

of Trade, Ix)rd Mayor Kef usee to Convene 

a Meeting on, \Sj iO d 

; ee Trade 

Defmtationit, 3 ml f 

Derby (Lord) at Rochdale. 3 / 4 r 

Viuits Miss Bright s Factories at Rochdale^ 

4 7 6'- 
Devon. New Clerk of the Peace for, 2>9/ 
Diamonds in China, 29 / 7 « 
Differential Counter for Stenmshipj*, 22 wi fi a 
Ddke (Sir Chas.) at Lillie Bridjje o / r, A 

at Chelsea Literary Institution, 8/11 c 

at Baromersmitli. 27 w 6 rf 

Diphtheria at Mayence, 1 .;' 9 ^ 

in North London, Mar. Power** Report, 9 j 

6 a— 22 m 7e 

in Russia, 20 m 11 / 

Among Fowls. 26 V 10 c 

Dirty Streets.. Notes on, 28 /' 10/— 8 m 8 a 
Di^aimem, 18 / 10 « 
1>i»-E8tablisbment in Scotland, 8 m 9 /* 
I>i»>ienter8 and Politics, Meeting of Deputies at 

MeoM}nal HalL 26 /* 12 6 
I>i9treis in Cardiff, 21 m 6 /* 
inCfituwall, 18/12 ^-18 m iO </ 



Distress in the East End, 2i) / 12 r— 5/11/ 

in Glasgow, 15 / 10 ft — 5 / 11/ 

in London, 4 /'7 «— 14 f'lO d 

among the Middle Classes, 2 / 5 e 

in Newcastle — French Government and 

French Consul's Donation to the Fuud to Al- 
leviate. 6 ;' G c 

in Rochdale, 1 /"fi c-22 / 5 /" 

in Sheffield, 10/6 c— 25/ 4 €-23/10 r— 

21 w 5 f 

at Wolverhampton. 3/ 10 /» 

and Drunkenness at Whitehaven, 10 ; 3 <• 



District Courts, Pro[)osal to Establish. 29 »i Vlf 
Dividends (Bankrupt), see eocry W'eaucsdttys und 

Saturday* 8 paper 
DIVORCE COURT: — 

Ambler v. Ambler and another, 8 w (» a 

A^hton V. A^h*o•.l, 31 m 4 y 

Ball V. Ball and another, 7 m 4 e 

hirks V. Birks pnd another, 31 m 4 f 

I^urne v. Bourne and Dinely, 25j 4 « 

Broad alias Butt v. Butt^ 8 /« (5 u 

^— Brown v. Hrown, 3 /« 4 e— •Ij m 6 c 

Bryan i;. Bryan. 15 m (> e 

Burgesd u. Biirge.M» and others, 21 m 4/ 

Checbfiwright v^ Cheenewright and another, 

17»i4 e 

Clements u. C'lonieuts and Monk, IS ; 4 «/— 

23/3/ 

Cuiliraore r. CuUimore, 29 f ia 

Curtis V. Curtis, 3 wi 4 « 

and another. 1 7 w 4 € 



Dando v. Daodo and others, 21 /4 « 

Danids r. Daniels and Knowldeu, 16 j 

Dawfeon'r. Dawson, 7 w 4 « 

Duquieu i\ Duquieu and another^ 21 w 

Farmer v. Fju'nier, \7 m A e 

Finehett r. Finchett and Brown, 22 ;w 



4 d 



4 r 



h e 



4ii-^ 



— Frentzcl i'. Freuizcl and o.hcr.s, 25 ni 
29 m (> d 

— Gibson r. Gibson, 22 w « 

— Gingell v. Gingell and another, 31 m \ f 

— Goldsmid v. Gold^nlid, 1 m \ e 

— GooL'h r. Gooch, 19/ 4 d—\ 1 m i e 

— Gieen i*. Green, 3 m 4 e — 8 m 6 h 

— . Harrison v. Harrison 7 m 4 ^--20 m 4 *' 

— flazleton v. Uazleton an 1 Lin on. 7 m 4 tl 

— llealey v, UeaL-y and another, J m 4 a— t 
w 4 e 

— Httdiek v. IKldidc. 3 m A e 

— Holt ?». Holt and anothir, 7 m A d 

— Jackson *'. Jaiekson and anoiber, 10 m 4r 

— Johnson r. •iuJjason. 7 w -i d 

— Jor.es V. Jones, 31 m if 
and •otlieis. 1 7 w 4 « 

— Kentish i*. Kejiii^d: and Brady^ 24 ;" 11 ^-^ 
27 J 4 e 

— Kmipp r. Knapp and another. 25/11 d 

— Lamb i*. Limb. 24 .; 11 -e 

— Laiubart v.. Lam hart, 15/4 d 
and oilters, 15/4 rf— 24 /id 

— Lancaster v. Lancaster and Tyler, 17 m i g 

— Langford v. Langiord and HarriK., 22 w •: tt 

— Lay ion «. Lay ton and another, 20 m 4rf 

— Leete r. Leete. 3 m A d 

— Li^ht V. Light. 16 m 6 « 



iiife v., Ui^, Ji)Mifi 



Div 



«» 



PALUEK8 lyOEX TO ''TUB TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



ffaD. I i<^ 



DiToroe Court {continued). 

LowThet V. Low t her and another, 6 w 4 « 

Lucas V. Lucas and another, 20 m 4 e 

Marshall v. Marshall. 29 / 4 a 

Maskell v. Miif*keI1 «»i<l Day. 7 m 4 « 

Mathews v. Mat he v ft 21 m 4/ 

- M'Noil V. M'Neil and amither, 3 m 4 </ 

- Meacham i;. Meaciiam aiid Scott, *22 / II e 
— 24/-4i/^5 w U / 

■ Middletniss v. Middleniiss. >5 m 6 e 

Minifie v. Minifie and another,. 21 m 4 / 

Mistowski V. Mistowski and another, 20 m 46 

Morjraoti v. Morganti, 6 iw 4 e 

Morse v. Morse, 21 w 4 /" 

Newbery v. Isiewb. ry and Payne, 7 m 4 « 

Kiboyet v. Niboyet. 21 w 4 /* 

JSorton V. Norton and another, 24 /*4 <~27 

/4(i 

- Ormerod v. Ormerod' and- anotber, 22 m 6 e 

Parsons r. Parsons, 'i4y4 e 

Payne v, Payne. 8 », <; a 

Pearse v. Pearne. 21 m 4 f 

] 'epiow V. Peplow. 1 h .7 4 d 

Pickel r. IMckel. 1 7 /« 4 « 

Plant V. Plant, (» w 4 e 

Porter ». Porter and ilobbe, 21 m 4\/ 

- Keed v. Reed, H m it n 

Seynolds r. Kcynolds, 3 m 4 </— 7 m 4« 

Koe l..Ko(^; 20 m ♦ e 

Snnsom ivSaasom. 15 / 4 ^ 

?choll!el*r. SdWlfifld and another, 21/4 e 

Schott V. Schott an«l Reet'O, "27 w 4 d 

Seeconibe r. ikvconibe and Musijrove, 24" /' 

4d 



Shafto r; Shnfto. 10 /« 4 « . 

-^— Smith r. Smith and another, S m G a 

- Sparke v. Sparki*, 1 2 w (5 e 

- Spiers v. Spiers, 22/4 </ 

Stafford v. St^iffurd, 6 w 4 « 

S(ai»leton r. Smplofon. 8 w h 

- — Stockton r. Stockton, 7 /« 4 e 
'Pate r. Tate. V, m 4 e 

lihnntas V. 'riionniB and anotlier. 7 tn i c 

Tottworlliy r. Tollworfhy, 10 m 4 f -l.'i 'm 4 

Vanner r. (^onnor ^/i' s Vanner, 7 m 4 d 

Wade V. Wnde. 7 m A e 

'—— Wale r. \V.m1»> and 1*m;!0. 10 m 4 f. 

Wau)»r r. W«m»r and another, 8 m a 

Watson r. Waison. h m li h 

Wt'bb V. Wohb, 22 m V* t-. 

Wchl(»n V. Wcldon, I}) / 4 // 

\\ hveler v. Whcek-r and anotlier, 7 nt 4.e 

Wi*i«Mn;:n »'. Wiseman, IS ; 4 d 

Wooh'omlH' r. Woolromhi*. 22 in 6 » 

Yardley c. \i\nt)i'y, 20 /« 4 c 

'- Yeates r. Yeatcs. 7 ni 4 t 

Ymle>iaR r. Y*r5U'>m« and Selhy. 12 / 4 <? 

— Yonn^ V. Young and Kcise, 8 m 6 a 
Dixon (iM»j*)r On.) on the Accident on the. 
Tl.nn'hrtr. 25 ./ 12 »• 

(John) on ( U''>patra'8 Needle. 17/0 r 

J)ol)f»M i,l'\ni>) Bayonets and A^M•p^i.•<, 13 in \\ f. 
DOCKS :- 

KH«t and WtVi India. 18 / 7 <• 

Hul!. «: / 7 f 

- Kni;:".*^ !.\ nn. :5I in 7 </ 
Mjux'.l'i >. ;»| ./J 7 f/ 



Docks— London and St. Katharine, 15 ; 1 tk f 
—27 J 7 A- 29>T d 

Milford Haven. 2 ; 10 « 

Millwall, 8 /G /— 20/7 /*— 24/6 t 

Southampton. 23.; 7 r— 3 / II / 

State of Shares in Companies, see ewry 

dAiys pnpfr 

Surrey Commercial, 28/ 11 « — 13 « 7 e— 

14 M Ge 
DodweU ;Rev. J. H.) Petition of his Wife forhii 

Release, Refused, 22 m 13 e 
Dollinger ( Dr.) Iteaehes his 80th Birthday, 8 m 6a 
Don (Gen.) Statue of, for Jersey 27/9/ 
Doncaster, Appointment of a Coroner for, 11 « 

10/* 
Dooner (W. T.) Entrenchments in Ashantee, 20 

wi 11 r 
Dover, >'ew Church at, 23 ; 6 e 
Douglas vU. K.) on the Plague, SfQe 
Doulton Ware in Paris, 27 / 9 e 
Dow t^Xcal) on licMiniptioa of Specie Paymcms 

in Ameri<'.a, 4j 10/ 
J)owning College. Note on, 7 f7 e 
Doyle (Mr F.) on Provincial Poetn', 20/ 12 b 
Dramatic. EqiieKtrian and Musical Sick Fuud» 

Anniversary Festival. 27/10^ 
Dresden Academy tor Teaching Tailoiing and 

]»c.<«smafcing. l4/ri e 
Drew (F.^ Transliteration of Indian Languages, 

12/ lo'e 
Drink in the Uiutcd Kinjjdtim. 11 in 12 c:— 12 w 7# 
Drovers and their Dogs, 2 ; 3 r 
Druids' Dinner at Oxford. 2/ 8 a 
Dublin Divinity School, 31 ni 6 a 

University, degrees Conferred, 22 ; 6/ 

Duchy of Lancaster, Hevonue Account, 28/12 6 
Ducie (Lord) on Our Winter, \Sj 116 
Dadk»> liallory Kxhibitions, 7 m ;5 c 

Workhonsw. Kiot in, 3 /" 10 rf 

Duel at koine, between S. Bonacci and S. Indelfi, 

1 7 ;■ 5 c 
Dnfferin (Lord) Banquet to, at the Reform Qub, 

24 / 10 fi 
I) uhvich College, New Draft Stdienie for, 1 j 10 if 
Dunckley (Henry, E<litor of ilie Mawhesttr 

Kxnuv'nfr^ Presentation to, and BaTiquet at the 

lioforM) Clnb to. I« J I) /■ 
Dunne (Col.) on the Zulu War, 13 w 11 e 

Home and Foreign Charity, 27 m (> c 

Dunnui^ (Henry) on tiic Modern Science 0/ Eco- 
nomies, 23 j ti d 

Duih.un (Bp. of) Address to, by his Clergy and 
Keply, 23; 11 « 

Administration of the Diocese during Va- 
cancy, 4 H s </_I0 m 9 e— 12 w 11 /—It) « 10 e 

New Bihhop. 17 w* 9 / 

Dr. Liyhtf(»ot, 29 ; U c 

rniversiiy— Cisiss Lists, 22 ; 6 /— 7 jh 8 c 

DejjiiVH Granted, 23 ; 6 e 

Kxaminations for Degrees, 1 / 8 a —21 / 

12 It 

Sc'hoTar.^hips. &c., 22 / 6/ 

DwcJliiii,' U(»ust'. LtrtUFL'.s on, see Corfield 
Dvnr.niiic hxpcrinicnls, 19 */* 14 r 

E. 

Eaylo InMiranJT Company, 27 m 7.0. 



wr. 31, 1879.] talukk's index to "the times" Ni!:Tf6PAPER. 



E^y 



Early Clusini; of Public Mouses, 5 m 10 < 
Kirihquake at Accra, IS ttt b e 

at Huir, « / 6 « 

in (jiTmany, 14 > 5 d'—\hj 5 d 

in Italy. M > 6 (1—20/& d 

— • in PcTbia, "lo mb d 
in Peru, 2tf ; 5 « 

Kassic (W.) on Cmiiation, 3 > 6 6 

East End Dcstitutiun, 27 9 G/ 

London Amateur Floricultural Society, 

Annual Spring Show, 79 }m 13 d 

Eastern Affairs, Miscellaneous News, 11/5 t — 
14 ; 5y— 16 / 5 «— 18 i 6 ej— 20 ; 6 a— 21 j h f 
—22 j 5 </—24 ; 6 c— 25 ; 5 c--27 ; a— 28> 5 
rf— 20 / 5 «— 30 j 5 <•— 1 /•5 «— 4/5 «— 6 /"S « 
—7/5 €—8/5 e— 10 /'6 n— 11/5 rf— 12 / 5 « 
—17/6 6—18 / 6 c— 19 /5 d- 20 / 6 6—21 / 
6 6—22 / 5 d— 25 / 10 0-26 /*o t/— 27 Jo J— 
1 IN 5 e— 4 »< 5 e~5 ui 5 c — G m 5 J— 24 i» 6 6 
-31 m Cta 

— Counties Asylum for Idiots, 1 /9 e 
Eastlake ( C. L. ) on the Nat ional Gallery, 13/1)/* 
Easton (James) on the Iron Trade, I8> 10 6 
East wick j^E. B.) Gold in India, 2 / 7 t 
Ecclesiastical Appointments, ate Ci^ekical 

" Archite«:iure, i3i 6 c 

• Benefices (/OiiimiMion. 30 ;' 7 /— 20 w 11 « 

Economic Life Assurance Society, 22 m 13 a 
Ediobargh Museum of Science and Art, Meeting 

about, 8 ) 6 i/ 

Musical Festival, 19 / 10 c 

• National Savings Bank. 87 10 d 

' New YeHr*8 Day in, I 7 « e 

Philosophiriil Institution Mr. Carlyle Re- 

Electcd President, 2() ut i I d 
Lectures before. 25 7 8 a 

University— Caipepon Prize, 10/9/ 

Carlyle Bursaries. 10; 9/ 

<— — Installation of Lord llartiiigton as Lord 
Rector, 1/10 a 

Lord llartin(2rton*s Address, 1 /'lO a 



Matriculation Kcturns, H)j*JJ 

New Buildings. 10 / '.> / 

Notices about, I77 6 « 

iiesignations, 21 y 1 2 a 

-^ Scholarships, IO7 9 /' 

Shaw Fello^'shlp, 10 / 9 /" 

Edison's Inventions, I..ectureon, 2 7 11 « 

• New Work on the Electric l^ight, 2O7 7 c 

• — • Telephone, 17 »i 4 6 
EDUCATION :— 

' A^hford Free Grammar School, 21 7 7 / 

- — Association for Promoting the Higher 

Education of in Oxford, 21 m 7 /* 

Birmingham Scliool Board, 17/ 5 /* 

Grammar School, 1 /'G h 

" Protest against Letting the School Board 

en Sunday for a Secular Lecture, 10/9 / 
- — College of Preceptors, nee Coll eg b 
Day Industrial Schools in Edinburgh, 10 / 

6c 
Elementary Professor Mac DruUer on, 25 

Endowed Schools Act, 25/11 a 

Pvmale Education in Oxford, 23 m 10 rf 

InternKHliale in Ireland, 21 m 10 c— 24 m G 

|^2UfH 12 € 



Education {nmtivHed), 

in Ireland, 17 w 1 1 /'— 19 m 14 h 

Irish Intermediate Act, 20 lu 9 / 

lA>ndon School Board— Co 1 pond Punish- 
ment, G/G a 

and the Corporation of the City of London, 



2iif\\d 

Educational Endowments Committee Re- 



port. 13/12 6 

Expenditure of, 23/ 10 c 

Finances, 9 / 8 6— IG / 10 ^—23 / 6 5— G 



/6 a— 13 /'Pi A- 13 w 11/— 20 mil d 

London Fields School and the Master, 9 



/8 6 



Meetings, 9 ; 8 />— 16 / 10 5—237 6 *— 30 
j 9 /"— G /6«— 13/* 12 6—20 fliif—iinf 
—6 m 7 e— 13 m 1 1 ;— 20 m 11 </— 27 m 8 a 

New Bye Laws, 20/ 10 /* 

School Opened at East Greenwich, 11 



/ 10 c 



at Hampstead, 13 7 6/ 



N<»te about. 28 i« 10 c/ 

Penny Banks at Board Schools, 14 / G / 

Queston of Fees. IG jlO i-G/G a 

Trainin:? Ship 6'A»///M'.i//y.30.? \) f—Sin 7 e 

Middle Class Schools, Annual Meeting, 20^ 

m 11 d— 21 w 10 c 

Portsmouth, New Grammar School at, 20 

/4 6 
— Privy Council Committee Meeting on, 13 / 

Orders, 4 i 8 a— 27 m 8 a 

Public Schools in San Francisco, 25 7" 6 /* 

Religions, in Board Schools, 1 / 7/ 

in Scotland, i 8 m H h 

Teachers of Music in Elementary Schools^ 

23 / 8 n 

technical, 4 7 4/-8 / G d 

Town Schools iii Prussia, (%JSt of, 30 / 10 5 

University in Ireland, 24 / 4 es— 27 / 4}— 23 

76/ 

of Women, 7/11 b 

of Working Men, Mr. Harrison's Lecture on 



7/G6 
Educational Congress, Proposed at Brussels, 28 

m 4 e 
Edwards (A. B ) Anecdote of Keats, 7 «i 7 / 

& Co.. on Ej^ryptian JAMHiU. 1 7 12 f 

Egerton (J. C) Defence of Jelialabnd, 31 7 8 a 
EGYPT : - 

Ab-deen Palace Destnned by b'ire, Oy 10 c 

Appointments, 12 /'5 /' 

Bndget. 18 / G </— 19 /*5 e 

('ivil Li8t, 23 7 3a 

T)(?mandsfor Arrearsof Pay from the Army, 

19./ 5 « 

English Note to the Kht^iive, 24 m 6 d 

Exemption from Taxation Abolished, IO7 6^ 

Foloating Debt, 5 m 5 d 

France and England in, 24/5 c — 1 m 5 « 

Government Contests the Legality of the 



Sequestrations, 21 /5/ 
and Messrs. liolhsnliild. 17 /w G c 



— Grand Levee at Ab-deon Pahice. 4/8 a 

— Hnlun P«»lui's Manifesto. 27 m bd 

— In-iull to Mr. Rivers WiUon and Apology^ 
2G / :> d 

4U 



E^y 



P\I.Mf:K'a INDKX TO '* THE Ti31£S " NEWSrATKU. 



[Jjtu. 1 ♦• 



£gpyt {continued). 

International Court 



of Appeal and the 
Debt!*, XbmT d 

the Khedive aud Nubar Pasha, 22 fo a— 24 



— - Kej of Scho<il Building, Presented to the 
Khidive, Erected to his Honour at Alexandria, 
4/8 a 

— Lecture on, by Mr. Cobb, 2."> j 8 A 

— Letter Irom the Khedive to his Son, 22 m 7 
c— 2+ Ml 6 c 

— Ministerial Crisis, 10 m 4 a— 11 m 5 d— 12 
m o c — Mj M b c- 1 H in 5 / — 2 1 tn 5 d— 31 ;n 4 a 

and the Ministry, a/ 6 A— 20/5 e 

— Miscellaneous News, 876 e — 9 ; 10 r — 22 / 
4e-«/5c— 22/5./ 

— Monthly Ketiirns of the Caisse de la Delte 
Publique, 17/3 e 

Hevenue, 13/6 a 



Note about, 17 /« 11 / 

Port Said, \7 i '6 c 

— — - the Present Viceroy, Anniversary of his 

Accesision, 28 / 11 a . 
Public Del't, 4/5 f—\b j 5 e-21 ; 5 /•-22 

y 4 e__23 / 3 a~4y 5/-3 m 6 6—12 m 13 u— 

—29 ml c. 

Opinion en, 11 ; 6/ 

Religious Festivals in, 19 m 4 e 

- Reorganization of, 17.; 3 c 

Riot in Cairo. 19 /" 5 «— 20 f 5 «— 21 fb n 

- 25 / 10 a— 3 wj 5 /— 3 »i 1 a— 10 m 4 a- 19 
m 4 « 

Scheme of Reduction Abandoned, 13 w 6 d 

Serious Famine in Upper, 29 ; 5/— 30 3 6 

/■- 10 /"6 r— 13 »i 1 1 /•— 31 m 4 b 

State of Cairo, 22 ? 4 « 

Egyptian Debt and Politics, Note on. 31 m 7 6 

Finance, 27 / « 6—28 ; 1 1 a-SO / 12 6—1 f 

bf-'6 f'Sh- 4 /'dc/— 7/5C--11 rbe—2Sf 
5 c- 16 m 6 c— 26 w 6 6 & c— 31 m 6 6 

Lentils, 1 > 12 c 

Elcho, Sentries in Cold Weather, 20 m 13/ 

(Lord) on the Zulu War. 18 / 10 6 

EMer (^Hev. Dr.) Treatment ef Caff res in South 
Africa. \0 m \2 f 

Election Petition — Darlini^ton. 13 w 10 e 
— Expenses — North Norfolk, 27 m 9y 

ELECTIONS :— 

Ashton-under-Lyne, 20 m 10 e 

Buth. 17/10 /— 17 //I 6 e 

Berwick. 13 ?'« r— 23 ; 6 r— 19 fie 

Bradfoid lo/.-iy— 21/7 €—7 m 7 / 

Bristol, ()/ 9/ 

- Buteshire, 1 ml f 

Cambridge. 1 3 Sh-^dJ 9 f 

Cambridgebhire, 13/8 c— 14> 6 <— 25 ; 6 c 

—30 ; 10 d 

Chatham, 6 / 9 y— 22 j 9/ 

. Cheltenham. 17 m (i e 

Chichester, 25 ui 5 d 

City of London, 1 7 m 6 « 

Clare, 21 m 5 e-21 in 10 r/-2S mS f 

Cork County, 13 / 8 r— 14 ; 6 t-\b j 10 / 

— 18 / 10 rf— 20 ; « /•— 23 / 6 r— 24 / 6 /— 25 / 
fic— 28> 10/— 4/6/— 10/(5/— 15 fbf-^lS 

J 10/ 

New Member, 19/ 10 e 

12 



Elections (rontinued). 

Colchester, 21 /*7 «-8 m 6 </— 20 m 10 «- 

21 m 7 rf— 27 w 10 /' 

Cricklade, 27 m 10 / 

Cumberland. West, 7j9h 

I)eib\>hin*. East, 17 w « 

Devon jx>rt. 17 « C e — 21 mid 

Evehham, 25 m 5 rf~27 w 10 /* 

Guildford, 11 ; 10/— 13;8a ic— 14j Cc-;4 

mGf 
Haddington Burghs. Ij9f—Aj 9 /"— 8/ II 

a-9> 9 f—\2 f% 6— 17/10/— 21 / 7 «-25/ 

11 c/-20/'10/— 27/-10e 
Ipswich, 27 M 10 / 

Isle of Wight, 8/8 a— 21/ 7 e 

^____ L^eds 1 7 M 6 

Longford, 25 m 5 rf— 27 w 10 A— 28 m^f 

Manchester, 5/ 10/ -10 / 6/-13 m » h 

Malborough, 27 w 10/" 

Marylebone, 22 m 7 /— 24 m 6 /— 29 m 10 1 

Midlothian, 1 ; 9 /— 8 j 11 o-9 / 9 /-l/ 

12 a-J f 10 r-6/8 a— 1 1 fbf-^XbfbJ-l^^ 
f 10/— 1 1 w 8 //— 24 m^f 

Monmouth Boroughs, 25/11 d 

Monmouth. 17 m 6 « 

Newport Isle of Wight, 3/7/ 

Newry, 679/* 

Norfolk, North, 2 / 9 /•— 3 / 7 /— 4 .; 9 /-« 



/ 9 |'_7 ,• 8 i_8 j 9 /-^lo > 6 e— 1 1 3 10 /-H 
^ r,*«-lG / 9 /•— 18 j 10 rf— 21 ) 6 €—22 ; 9y- 
23/5/— 23 76 c 

Northampton. 1 7 m fJ « 

Northamptonshire. North, 22 ; 9 /* 

Nottingham, 3 / 10 c— 21 m 7 d -21 « 10/ 

Plymouth, 13 w 8 6—22 m 7 / 

Portarlington. 5/10/ 

Portsmouth, 3 m 6 ci— 7 m 7 / 

Ri|)on, 10/6/— 27 w 10/ 

Rochester, 1 7 m 6 e 

Salisbury, 26/10/ 

St. Ives, 20 m 10 «— 21 m 1 rf— 27 m 10 / 

Somersetshire, East, 7 wi 7 /"— 13 m 8 6—19 

m 13 —20 m 10 </ 

Somerset, West, 2176* 

Southampton, 13 ; 8 c— 13 m 8 b 

Stmthwark, 23 / 6 fi-29 / 6 e— 30 / 10 «- 

81 i 6 r/— 8 fS u—1 m 7 /— 8 m 9 «— 1 1 « 8 6 

— 12 m 7 /'-17 m ee—2bmbd 

Tewkesbury, 1 1 7 10/ 

Tower Hamlets, 37 7 /— 97 9 /— 147 6 «- 

31 m 6 6 

South Warwickshire. 10 /6 /— 21 fie 

Wexford Count v, 20 /"I6 / 

Wigtown, 20/10/ 

Winchester, 28./' 10 /— 6 mid 

Wolverhampton. 1 7 w 6 e — 25 m b d 



Elections- Hours of Polling. 11 mbj 
Electric and Gas Light, Cost of, 25 w 9/ 

Experiments, Vi fbf 

Gordon (J. E. H.) on, 18 7 10 «-24 78 c- 

31 J5/-8/6 6 

Mr. Preece*s Paper on, 8 / 1 1 « 

Dr. Redwoo<rs Lectures on, 97* 5/— IC / 6<^ 

Squire (B."* on, 17 »i 4 6 

Professor Tvndall on. 18 / 10 « 

Wallace's Kleciric Light.147 6 rf 

Lighting at ihe Royal Albert IlaU, 24 m 6< 



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Est 



lee trie JAnhi of Holborn Viaduct, 21 mi 5 e 

ill Indian UailwRy Statiutis. OjOj 

— Langliain IJotel Adopt for tlu^ir Grand 
Hall, 15/8 6 

— in Mines, 23y 11 d— 25 / 10 b 

N«te« about. I j lo «— 18 ; 10 a--2I ; 7 /*— 

2t> w 7 /• 

— I'arliameDtary Committee on. 24 w 6 c 

— San Francisco, to be Exclusively Lighted 
by. 8./ 6 /■ 

^-^ at the Southampton Docks* 91 j 7 f 

in the United SUtes. 22 /i> 5 « 

at Wi'stgate-on-Sea, 80 j 4/ 

Signallinji:, Velocity of, 8/11./" 

Electricity and Water Drops, Lord Rayleigh on, 

22 M 5 a 
Qectrolysia of Water, 22 jib 

Telephones. }'6m9e 

tier Bros. (^Limited), 21 / 7 d 

iUioe (G«n.) on the 24tb Keg:iment at Jhelum^ 

13/JOc 
•lllicott (Bp.) on the Afgharo War, 22 ; 9 /" 

on Iik'clesiastical Politics, 25 / 7 h 

UMot qR. H.) Future of India, A in S d 
' on the ludian Armies, 24 y 12 /> 

on the Indian Cotton Duties, 18 01 10 rf 

£Uiott (KcT. C. J.) Home and Foreign Charity, 

27 m 6 c 

— (G. H.) on the War at the Cape, 7j 8 6—21 

£llis (Alfred) on the Bam Owl, 1 1 ; 6 6 

{E. S.) 00 the liailway Servants Strike, 9 ; 

11 a 
Qy Chapel, Holborn, the Norfolk Window in, 

10 m 6 «— 12 mid 
Emery's Remarkable Testing Machine, 1 2 m 4 6 
Emigration to Adelaide, I m b/ 

— to the Colonies, 17^ 6 < 
Indian to Fiji, 21 j 10 e 

- — from Irelano, 1 1 m 10 d 

— — of Irish Roman Catholics to Minnesota, 9 j 

lie 
to New Soath Wales, 16 j 9 /*— 25/ 6 c—S 

ml f 

— to New Zealand, 24 j 12 5—15/8 5-12 m 
13/ 

to Queensland. 25/5 f—M m 11/ 

< SUtistKS, 22i 11 a 

' — to Sydney, 6j 11 c— 17j 76—22 m 13«— 81 

«10/ 
- — and Immigration, 8 m 7 < 
Bmployers and Workmen's Injuries Bill, 21 m 10 <f 
Engineering Trade, Masten Notice of Reduction 

in Wages. 29 J G/ 

— and Shipbuilding Trade, Union of. against 
Altering Wages or Hours of Labour, A j iO d 

England and the United States, 25 / 10 e 

English Civil Senrice Examinations, 20mlO d 

^ — Government Securities, 6 m 10 a 

- — Mission, Cairo, Donations, 21 i 9/ 

^ — Kews via Paris, 10/5/ 

K~ Pronunciation— its Present Tendencies and 

Pature Results. 10 m 4 5 
'^- Stage as it has Been, 4/ 4/— 10 i 6/ 

in 1878, «^ S "AOB 

•— ind American Locks, ISj 4 e— 17j 10 d— 

20iQf 



English and Australian Copper Company, SljJd 
— lH/7/ 

and F r^ign Credit Company, 12/7/ 

Watches, 8 w 13 e 

aid Scottish Law Life Assurance Associa- 
tion, 27 fGe 

Knglishman in Italv, 19 m 18 d 

Ensor (T. H.) on Fees to Counsel, W fU b 

Kpidemiolofdcal Society, Special Meeting on the 

Plague, 27/ 10/ 
Episcopate. Increase of, \ m S a 
Eppiiig Forest Arbitration. 22 y 6 c—5 /6 c:— 18 

Memorial Asking the Queen to Open, 31 m 

11 a 
Eqmnoctial Tides, 6 m 1 1 a 
Equity and Law Li.e Assurance Society, 12 m 13a 
Escaped Lunatic, 25 m 5 d 
Essex Discharged Male Prisoners' Aid Society, 

Meeting. 9/6 6 
Industrial School and Home for Destitute 

Boys, 27/ 8 b 
Estates Excliange Register, List of Sales, 20 / 7 

A— 27 / 7 /*— 3 f7 6-10/7 «— 17 /7 «— 24 f 

7 5—3 m 7 6—10 m 6 a— 17 m 7 6—24 m 7 a— . 

31 771 7 b 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION:— 
Ablett, F. J.. 18/ 13 rf 

Anderson, Joseph, 10 iw 13/ 

Ayles. Geo., 25 m 1 7 « 

R' rn tt, John, 25 / 13 /* 

Bcduland, Robt., & C, 3/11 6 

Beaver. Eugene B., 8/10/ 

Bell Alex., and Sons, 4/ 13 /* 

Benson & Co., 25 m 6 d 

Boocock. T. S., 14 / 7 5 

Bosworth, J. A., 18/9/ 

Brenholz, H. D., 7 m 12 a 

Brown, Geo., 1 7 m 6 e 

Biuges, T. a, 25 nSf 

Buckley, Sir E., 21 w 10 c 

Candow, W. J., 25 m 5 d 

Carnegie, Alex., 12 w 17 / 

Carver, Geo.. 20/7 b 

Cavanagh, Timothy, 12/14 a 

Chad wick. M. A., IS f9/ 

and Sons, 15 m 13 /* 

CUrk, Wm., 28 / 13 > 

Cla}', Jos., 15 m 13/ 

Cleghom and Buhl, 10/14 c 

Cobb, Geo., 27 m IS d 

Cooke. D. F., 13 m 6 

Cottrell, Chas., 5 m 12 a 

Cross, Thos., 28/18/' 

Da vies, D. T., 27 w 13 c/ 

Dawson, Taylor & Co., 287 6 c 

Denham, Chas., 28 ; 6 c 

Dennehy, Aid., & Co., Umllf 

Dowell, A. W., 19 m 17/ 

- Edwards and Benson, 31 m 5/ 
Evans, Edward, Am5 f 

Fedarl, Alfred, 29 m 15 5 

Fleming, John, 1 m 13 6 

M'll wraith and Nicol> 1 m 13 & 



Foster and Company, 25 m 18/ 
Gill. Jonathan, 25/9/* 
GirUng, G. W., 27 rnlSd 



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mi. 



Dstatcs in liq'iidatlon (nwiiiuctf). 

tiR'jrory and Scovcll. 25 /' 13 /' 

rJuodHlia & Co., ■>? m \'A d 

IlahowRki, Jos.. "27 / 13 /' 

Hauburv, J. I).. 2 / V,\ / 

Ihirdy. J. S.. 14 ; 13 /' 

Hart lev. Ik-nj.. KS ; 10 / 

Hill. S' W. K.. 27 m V.i d 

Holdsworth. li. B.. 24 / l> / 

J(dinsnn. Wm., IH /" 13 J 

Jones and Son. 28 / 1 1 /> 

Kiigldoy. J. J.. 18/13 d 

Lordan. John. 2yy \',\e 

MaddiHon, Thos., 17 /" 15 « 

Miiltby. Jolin, 21 /' U) /' 

M*C:omn8, 'lhos..'27 m 13 d 

Mp«kin. K. K., 28 /- 13 /* 

Medgley and WailU. 20/0 d 

Aluller, Adolf, 2n /■ 13 f 

Nathan, Louis. 21) j 13 « 

Naxler, Krod.. 2i» / 13 e 

Olirjan, C. I)., 11 m 13 « 

Tearce. S'.ardey, 27 fV6 f 

Feck, VVni., 2() m 13 d 

Mcers & ("o., 20 *ii 13 </ 

RaflFc, Juhnl 24 / 13 c 

— — Ravcnhill. 'I'hos.. 7 /« 12 a 

Ilawson. Cieorge and Wade, 3/11 6 

Kee«. J. Couk, / 5 / 

llichardson. H. (\, 28 w 13 e 

Saunders, G. S., 25 m 13 /* 

W. W.. 22 w 17/> 

Scaddcn, Win., 25/13/ 

Scrutton, Eliza, and A. Boyton, 3 m 14 cf 

Shuttlevrorth, David, 13 ; 10 < 



Execution of Thos. Cunoon. at Limerick, 1 1 7 10 c 

of Gambrill and Muuiford, fur Murder, 21/ 

r— I / G r - 5 / /■ 

Muinford Uiprieved. 3 /"O c— 18 /*9/ 



Simpson, Thos., 18 / 13 «/ 

Smith, K. 1)., 25/13 /' 

SpiUer & Co., 28 ; 13/ 

Stammers. Arthur, 26 m 17 e 

Storr, J. IL, 24; 13 < 

Strauss, Lionel, lO /" 14 c 

Sutton. Thos., 21 / 1 1 a 

Unwin, T. C, 18 ; 12 c 

Varnum, Thos., 18/ 13 d 

Viener, A. M.. 21 m 13 e 

Wadsworth. Wm„ 9 / 11 rf 

Walker, W. G., 25 /IS /' 

Watson. Samuel, 20/7 6 

— Wesley, John, 10 m 18/ 

Whitley, Wm. Fred, and James, 15/lOe 

Wilkinson, R. and J. W.. 29 wi 12/ 

Williams, Wm. Waiuwright, 26 m 13/ 

Wood, Benj., 18 ; 10 /* 

KilUck and Hutton, 9y 11 d 

Woolgar, M. A., 20 w 18 rf 

Wright, Wm., 26 w 13 /• 

Eton Colbge, Re-Opening o^ 20 j 6 c— 23 ; 9 / 

Engineering Works at, 13 /^ /— 27 /12 a 

St. David's Day at, 1 wi 9 < 

Evangelical Alliance, Meeting at Basle, 3 ; 8 5— 
24 m 6/ 

— Proioramme for Next Congreaa, 14 i 6/— 27 
; 10 rf 

Week of Prmyer, 6 ; 6 e 

Exchange, Course of, see every day's paper 
Exchequer Bonds, 22 flQe 
£jKeou(ioni« at Malta^ lj\2b 
44 



of John lleffernnn. Ufspited. 9.? 9/ 

of Wm. .VI Yumness, at Lanca;»ter Castle, 

31 /(• #/-12 / 5 /* 

of ( Ims. iW-e, at Shoffitdd. 20/10 a 

(»f 1 h()<«. liichardson. Kc:npit04l. 31 ;6(i 



- — of Jns. Siinins. at Ncwjrjue, 2o m 11/ 
of ICnoch Whiston, at Worcester, 24^ 9/— 

10 / |(»</— 11 fU) b 
Exliibition of Machines, Tools. Watches, 4c., 

lie[)ort on a Trojoct for Holding in 18S0, 27 • 

5 c 
Explorations in 1878, 2 ; 0/ 
Extradi:ion with Hermuda. 12/9 e 

with Switzerland. 1 «< 9 < 

Eye.«»i|4ht, Incurance of, Notes on, 3 m 10 /— U 
m 10 6 

F. 
Factory. Reports. 25 "/ 5/ 

- and Workslmp Act, 1/11 6 
Nolico, 20/5 e 

Failures in the United States, Dun & Co*8. Cir- 
cular of, 31 i 1 b 

Statistics of. in the United Kingdom, during 

the Last Two Years, 2j 1 a 

Famines of the World, 19 /'J f 

Fanm.-ikers' Company. Awaixi of Prizes at the 
Exhibition of Last July, 24 ; 10 6 

Farm and Dairy J*roduce, 4/7 / — 9y 7/ 

Farmers' Club, Meeting. 4/ 10 b 

Faraiing Expenses, 2 ; 5 c — 3^ 3 t — 4 j 7 f—6j 

11 c—7 7 ^ h—ti)\\ h 

Fashionable Intelligence, 24 ; 9 r— 27 ; 10 rf— ?8 

; 9y— 4 /'9 /*— 8 / 9 /— 10 f\i f-^Ci m 9/-17 

WI 9 6—20 m 10 6—27 m 9/— 31 m 9 / 
Fatal Fight at Liveqxx)!, 6 m 7/ 
Faversham, Complaint against the Recorder of, 

7i3rf— n>9/ 
Fawcett (II.) at Ipswich. 29 ? 6 n 
Federation of Liberal Associations, Meeting at 

Leeds, 67 6 c 
Fees to Counsel, 6/6 </— 7 / 10 f — 8 / 1 1 /-H 

/ 11 h 
in Civil Service Competition Examinations, 

81 w 7 b 
Feilding (Col.) on Lord Chelmsford, 12 m 12 e 
Female Crusoe, 4 m 7/ 
School of Art, Annual Exhibition of Students, 

9^8 a 

Royal Visit to, 18 m 9/ 

Presentation of Prizes by the DacheM of 



Teck, 19 m 14 6 
Fenian Prisoner — Canon Pope Pleads for the 
Release of the Last -Edward O'Kelly, 7)3/ 

15/6/ 
Feversham (Ear! of),7f9f 
Fielden (— ) Health of,'6 m 9/ 
FINE ARTS: — 
Annual Exhibition of the Students of the 

Female School of Art, 9^ 8 a 
Exhibition of Art and Scientific JnventioDii 

at Bedford, 14 ; 12 6 
of the Society of Lady Artists, 22 m « • 

—26 Ml 13 6 



3I.ir. 31, l/^TO.j rAF.H :k's INI>KX to the ** TI31K:5 *^ MCWSIAI'KR. 



rir 



Pine Arts (fontinuett). 

Calcutta Fine Art Exiiibition, Opening of, 

by the Vicen)y, 6 j 5 r 

Dudley Gallery Exliibition, 7 m 3 c 

lucres Drawings at the (irovcsnor Gallery, 

2SJ S e 
Macleon's Exhibition of Koreigq Piecures, 

6/11 « 
— ' Al unkasy's Picture of Milton and hU Daugh- 
ters Exhibited in the Paris Exhibition, Sola at 

Vienna. 20/ 5 e 

CH I Masters at the Hoyal Aca<li-my, 6 / 10 a 

Pictures and {Sculptures at the Albert Uali, 

3 /• 10 b 
Price Sale List of Mr. BaU's Collection of 

Ancient and Old Engrarinj^s. ijSb 

of the Collection of Water Colour Dravr- 



ings of Mr. James Virtue, 4 /« 4 a 

Keniaining VVorlcs of Sir Francis Grant and 



Mr. Ward, on View at C hrislie's, 'j:6 m 3 c— 2y 
m14 6 

— Hoyal Scottish Academy, Annual Exhibi- 
tion, 4/11 a— 28 /3 c 

Sales at Christie's of Marks's, Lewis's and 



Woodin's, 11 f (i c 

Society of Painters in Water Coli)urs, Meet 



ing, 26 m 13 /; 

Earl Si)eiiccr's Pictures at Soulh Kcnsinj- 

ton. Note on, 21 / 4 a 

Water-Colours at the Old Bond Street Gal- 

Jery, 3o ; 8 a 

F^nsbury Conservative Association, Annual Din- 
ner, 17/ iOd 

and City of London Savings Uank, t J 8 b 

FISBS: — 

3/3 «— 7 ; 3/— 9 ; 1 1 /*— 10 ; 1 1 «~13 ; « 

/— 1« ;■ H /•— 1 7/6 «— 20 j 12 6—24 j G d—2r> i 
S'*— l/S/*— 5 /6r_7 /ll r— 10 f II 6-12 
/ 10 /*— 20 / 10 I/-21/5 «~25 / 10 /•— 28 /o e 
—5 m 6 f'-^jH 12 /— 12 m l2*6—l'3 /nil/— 
14 m 10/--16 m 7 e—l* m U A— 24 m 6 c-^27 
M U c 

at Adrianople,intheKussian Head Quarters, 

at Ainsworth Cotton Mill, near Bulton, 3 



in Aldersgafe Street, at Aughinnetti's Ix?g- 

iiom Hat Manufacturers, 8 / 6 a- i^ / 1 1 / 

at Barlow Hou.«<e, Wittingto i. 2i m 5/ 

ia Bartholomew Close, Baxter's Bo<jkbin()er, 

6m 7/* 

at Bath, Camden Steam Mills, 4 / 9 / 

at Beckcnham, Tower House, liij 2/ 

at Bedminster, 7 /' 11 c 

Vickery's Tannery. 81 m 7 f 



— At BelUfinl Green, Albert Buil<iins?s. 1 /*9 / 

— at Birkenhead, Price 8t. Corn Mill-, s „h 2 / 

— at Birmingham, at Hawkes*8 Od and Colour 
Merchant, 9 i 11/ 
at Hineki*s Lamp Factory, 30 / G d 

- Free Reference Library. 13> « /-14 ; 10 



a— 15; lO/*— 187 10 c— 29^6/' 
Upper Tower Street, Hi 10 / 



— Borrum Lighthouse, Destroyed by, \1 1 1 d 

— Boartree-hill Mansion, Deitroyed by, 20 / 



Fires (coutifiufd\ 

Boys' liefu^e, Whitcchapel. 13 m 11 /— 14 

m 1(» /• 

at' Bradford. 4/11 ^ 

Brad well I lull, 24 m (i e 

at Bristol, Canon's Marsh, 8 / 6 /" 

at Brooniield Mills, near Hudder^ field, 25 



~ at Barne St., Rdi^n-arc Road. 2!) / G/ 

— at Burton Ciesccnt, Voile ficCu's.Drysalters, 
6 / 6 rf 

— in (^ambciwell Road, GJGd 
at Carlton House Terrace, Earl Granville's, 



10 w 9e— 11 m 10/* 

(-astle of Tur.uercn, 4 m 5 e — & m 6 c 

at Charleston, 9,000 Bales of Cotton Des- 
troyed, 2 i 11/ 

at CJaremont, New Englind, a New Uot^ 

Destroyed, 31 »w ."> / 

at Clumber llouue, near Worksi>p, 27 ;« 11 

r. — 28 m o e 

at Cris{)in St.. Beihnal Green. 21 m 5 f 

Curtain iitmH, .>horeditch. o m 5 /' 

at Darmstadt Castle, H m 7 r/ 

at Deptford, Worrin^ham's far Distillory, 

U M 10/ 

Ht I%berh, In^niTyinto the Con luct of the 

roJiie. rt / 11/ 

at Dojffar Mill. Uoytoa. 25 w 5 r 

in Dotviiini; bnoet, the tJld lioildiiigs, 28 / 



10 </ 

— at Dim.MMnbe I'.irk. 13 / »5 / 

— Dunse Purisli Church, Berwickshire, 18 / 



10/ 

near D.iraloy. Mwrsh Mill UIjv. 24 ; H d 

at VjA'iXe Wlurf, i:iry lioad -9 / U /' 

the East LoaJoii Tkuatre Dvj-^iroyeJ by, l« 

M 8 6 

Edinburgh Tramway's C«njpaii.v, to f 10/ 

University. 5 /« -i /' 

al Egypt, the Ab-de^n Palace Destroyed by, 

S/lOc 

near Farringdon Road Sratian, 26 / 11 o 

at Fold Gate Fiinn l'bint»iTi<in, 28 m o e 

at Glasgow, the Theatre lioyjil l)estM»yed 

hy, o t i\t 

in Great Dover St.. B»m)n.s?h. IS/ 10 f 

at the Guards Club ilwuse, Tiill .M:i)l. 2(1 

S 12* 

at llalifjix. the Baptist (l4ii{iel and Si-hoU 



Destroyed. 7 / 1 1 r 

— at liong Ki)ni?. l'et.4 and Gnikani Sirouls. 2 

^•5 t-.ai /:./—:< / j» / 

— at lJorBiin.':ii''a Tea WareUo-is •, Loud«ia 
Widl. 5 / (>c 

— at Il<»rnsey Rise, Sh:icke'l aiid ICdwarda's 
W«)rks, 24 m 6 r. 

— in Houndsdiich. 2S/.5 /» 

— at Keith's CinMi-. DerUy. 1*7 in W c 

— in KenrMarc C««<tli'. 'JS / 10 «/ 

■ — in Land port, (ivimd ^tn— t. '1 /*(» r 

— at Lani^ford Mid ii.'ar M.dd n. '11 ni ' 1 r 

— near l^cester Squire, au t^il W.hcIhA'M-, 
7 /M 11 ^ 

— at Lily Tit. no;ir Con-ett. s / ll /" 

— at the I -01 id- HI .lui.ic Mo.;* liAUiL. I'jtU *1^U, 



20 y 12 // 



Fir 



PALMTCU'rt [NHEX TO " TIIR TriiriS '' NKWSVAVFR. 



r.Iitn. 1 id 



Fire? {loutinuvti ). 

i\\ ilie I.o< g*'. Stronsov. Orkney, 23 m 5 c 

in Lc>n(l«Mi \iom\. Southwark, 1 » 10 /' 

at MMniliL'ster, in Market Street, &c., 27/ 



— at Mai)lp's. Tiittenliani Tourt Himd. 3 w 86 

— at M;ir>iK'n. llie Upper Bank nottoui Mills, 
20 i 12 h 

M«x'rinircr. l^estn)Vi,d bv, 11/5 e — 15 /"5 6 



~\: f\\ «f-2i; / o h 

Notes on, ll> / 7 c— 21 /d a— 7 ?« 7 </— 24 

/// I 1 / 
in Molvn. ux Stn-ef, Brvnnston Square, 14 

7 y /' 

in Mof.r ae Street. City. ?0 m (5/ 

in New York, liroiuivyay, Cloihingand Fancy 

Stores. H» j 5 / 

t Fifty Valuable Horses Burnt. 14 m 10/ 

Klorena Silk rompan}*. 20 ? H a 
THtfersaH'!* Corner, Seventy Horses Burnt 



to Death. 25 / 5 /* 

Two in New York. 20 / (• a 

at Newgate Street, 28 m "• « 

at Trior's Brnss Foun<lerv. 4^ 9/*— 6 ;64 

at Notiinjr Hill. 2t; /" 11 6 ' 

at Penjje. 27 «< 11 c 

at the l*«»lyteclinic Institution, 8 w 7 e — 10 



r> c— 11 ill 10 /v— 12 m 7 /— Ki m 11 r— 15 m < 

1></ * I 

- at Port I'Jizatfih. the Speakers House, &c., I 

Di'Sl royi'tl, 15 / 5 e 

— at l*r.»sf(ni. Kcelcs'^ To^ton Mill. 23./ 5/ 
at llorM)cks's Mill. 27 / •» t 

— I'rinceot Wnl s^'I lieatroniaRgow, 25 / 10/ 
-- at Fudaey ni Hauks' Woollen Factory, 25 j 



i) e 



at B:ing»)on, Great and Pestructive, 19 w 

7 e 

in Katfliffe Hii^hwjiy. 2'. / 5 e. 

at Keno, in Nevada. 4 in 5 ' 

Salle. St. Ferreol at Mars, illes. 11 /'5 r 

at Sandowrn, Isle of Wight — the Kailway 

Hotel, 10 / 11 A 

in Tabernaele Walk, Hoxton, Wilson's 



Factory. 21 / (i f!— 22 ; C n 

in Tower House. Beckenham 16/9/ 



Vernet , the Village of, Dcsitroyed by, 18 r^ 

5 6 
at WinibQrnc, at the ?ouih Western Kail- 

>\Hy Station. 28 < 5 e 

in Winchester Street, I'inilico, 15 m 7 e 

. in Windsor Park. Fir Tree on Fire, 2f / 6 d 

'_ at Withinjrton near Mapeiiester, 21 m 5/ 

' — at Wolv'jihinipton, ' Williams Tin Plate 

P'aciory, 31 m 7 /" 

at Woodhouse near Hudder^fteld, Hirsts'^ 

Mills. 22/9/ 

Finns, New and Chanures in, 1 / 7 />— 2 ; 7 cSj 

S A — 1 1 j 7 h^ {} f 1 
Fiist Mrrilians. \t'i / ft 
JmsIi, Fall in ih.^ Price of. 24 r\Or- 25/0/ 

Hatchi:^g at South Keii»infrfon, 12 /Ue 

I'oiMniinLr 'if. off Florida, ij 10 d 

Price ol, .". / in / 

Trade. Notes j.b .ut, 2 / 1 1 /- 4/11 /' 

ri^'HSIlIES:— 
^^ — American lulanJ, 27 /' \ / 

4.; • ' 



Fisheries [rohtinuett). 
Berwii'k, H m i\ it 

Canary Uland^. (>.j 12 h 

Corni^h Mackeiel. ^fid 

• Fas tern, 'A i s »/ 

— — French, 20 m 4 e 

HerrinR. 29 i \n r 

Fresh-W- aler, 20 «/ 12 h 

Act. 7 ; 8 /* 



Herring. 6/7/— 13 i W f 

Mackerel Cornish. 2.'» /« 12 h 

Korih American, 17/86 

Salmon, 4/12 /'— 6 flOf—M f ^ d-\2 f 



& /— 18 / 12 A— l9yll/-25 m 5 e 
-^ Seal. 29 w 12 e 

— Severn Salmon, 13/7 rf 

— Tweed, 17 / 7 rf 
Salmon, 24./ Sd 



F'ish mongers' Company, Fish Destroved by, 8/ 

11 a 
Fitzgerald (O. F.) Tension of Fluids, 1 1 / 10 e 

(Lt. Col.) Uegimental Colours, 15/lOf 

Fleming (Albert )L'hHrity Organization in the 

Midille Ages, 25 m 5/" 

(Geo.) Cattle Di-seuse in Amcrcia, 4 / 10/ 

Fletcher (H. A.) on tl^e Heslop Steam Engine, 

18/llr 
Flogging in India, 28 m 5 / 

in Newgate, 22 / 10/ 

Flooils in Hungary, si-e Szfmt.vh'S 

in the Thames Valley. 12 j 11 d 

Florida, Poiwned Water off the Coast of, 1; lOrf 

Flower (E. F.) on the Koads. 8 M 1 / 

(W . H.) Comparative Anatomy of Man, 7 j^ 

3d 
Flushing Koute to Belguim, 12 /" 11 ft 
Foggo ((ieo.) on Indian Finance. 21 m 5 f 
Folk lyjre of South Africa, 2 ; 10 6— 16 jof 
Forced Lalxmr, 27 m 6 e 
i'ore ^treet Warehouse Company Report, 10 j 7 

rt— 14/7c 
Foreign AppointraentP, 1/7 e — 4 / 8 « — 25 74a 

^5 fa 6—22/8 6—1 m 8 a— 22 mi 10 a— 29« 

13/* 

Bills of Exchange, Notef on, 18 m 11 6-20 

M 7 6 

— — Bondholders, Corporation of, Annual Report, 
25/Ga— Sm7 6 

— Commercial Intelli^nce, aee every dai/** 
paper 

Competition, 21 m 11 e 

Notices, 15; 8 a— ISy 6 a— 22/8 6-1 m 8 q 

— Schools of MusiCf 6 7 4a 

Stocks. State of, nee ei'erjf dny^s paper 

w— Sugar Bounties and Lord Derby, 20 m 10 (^ 

Tariffs, 1 1 / 10 c— 24 m 4 e 

Deputation frtmi Chambers of Com:uercci 

on, 7 m 10 e — 8 »i 13 c 
— — ani Colonial Government Trufts, 26 /"6 a 

— 19 w 12 c 
Formation of Deltas. Z f \ b 
Forster (W^ E.) at Bradford, 7 > 5 a— 28 j 10/ 

— 3/ 10 c— 20/5/ 

at Leeds, ai / 10 a 

at Yarmouth, 20 j 10 n 

Poster, Porter &, Co., Limitcil, 15 / 7 «— 1§ 

j 7/ 



ilir. Zi, 1879.] 



rAr.3iKU'8 INDEX TO '* THE TiJJES 



M* 



NKWarATErt. 



iri 



f'ortniyhtly Recietr^ Papers of Professor T^'ndall 

Aiid J. btuart Mill in, 22 / H tf 
Found Drowned at Brighton, Mrs. Georgiana 

Soulna. 17 m b' </ 
Fowler (J. K.; on the Cattle Disease in America, 

3/116 
France and Tunis, Note dn, 23j S a 
FAANOE:- 

Academy, Award of Grand Pri«e, 14 m 5 b 

New MembiTs. 4/5 h 

. Prize for Scienci* and Navigation, 20 1« 5 e 

M. Kenan's Iteception, 1 1 j 5 b — 5 f 5 b — 

22 m 7 r 

' Sittings of, 2'd J 5 b 

of Inscriptions, New Honorary Members, 

Ojob 

Agricoltural Society and the Tariff, 21/5 a 

» Banquet by, 2 1 y 5 c 

Notices on, 22 r 5 r— 20 fob 



France (continued^, 

Change of Presidents, 1/5 a 

Klection of M, Grevy, 31 ./ 5 b 

'— the Marshal's Letter of lU^dgnatidn, 31 

j 6 rt. 

Changes and Removals. 28 / 5 a — 12 / 5 d 

Christian Brothers nf ( lulnire, Compeudaiiort 

Awarded, 27/5 d 
Church Paintings at Ecouche Discovered 

in Restoration, 6 fob 

in Cochin China, 18 / o s 



— Algeria, Gen. C h;uiz>*s Farewell Address, 
26/5 6 

Anmesty Bill, 10 fo c— 11 J 5 e— 12 /5 c 



—13 / 5 e— 14/6 a & c—17 / 5 c— 1» / 6 6— 
19/5 cj—21 /5 <j— 22/5 a-^25./ 5 /— 2G / 5 
a —1 M 5 a — 3 m 5 c — \2 in 7 6 — 31 m 5 c 
Notices. 13 m 10/ 



— - Bp. of Angers, and his Provocations, 28 /5a 

— Anglo-French Co-operative Society Estab- 
lished in the Avenue de TOpera, Paris, 8 / 3 c 

— Anniversary of the Execution of Louis X VL, 
Celebration of by a Mass, 2i / 5 6— 24 / 5 ^ 

of the Republic, Celebration of, 25 / 6 / 

— Appointment of Major Lab<TJere 26 f 6 b 

— Appointments and Promotions. 14^5 r — 



157 ^ 6— Ifi j 5 c— 23 j 5 e— 2y ; a c— /'6 6— 
8/5«— 10/6r— 14/5c 

— AbSociation of French Industries Petition 
for Protective Duties. 15/5 «i — 17/5 e 

— Austria, Emperor of. ]'re.<-eiit8 to Madame 
MacMahoa a Purse with Armorial Bearings in 
Pearls, 18^5 6 

— M. Beaulleu, on the Distribution of Wealth, 
18; 5 6 

Uerryer, Statue of, before the Palace of 



Justice Cn veiled, 21 j 5 c 

— Births, Marriages and Deaths, Statiscics of 
in France, 11 in b 6 

— Bordeaux Mint A£fair, 1 / 5 e 
to be Closed and the One in Paris to be 



the Only One in France, 14 / 5 d 

Budget Committee, 18 y 5 c— 27 /5 a—28 



J od 

Bu2enval, Monument at, to those who Fell 

in the Last Sortie of 1871. Unveikd, 2u j b c 

Cabinet Proposed lm|)cachuieni of, 'l\)j 5 a 

Cftrnival in Paris, 26/5 6—21 m 5 a 

Census Returns, 8 j 5 c— 2U /5 c 

— • Chamber of Commen!e on the Custoihs 
Duties, 30> 5 r 

Chambers, Opening of, Special Prayers for, 



ll>5 

' Proceedings ih, 15i66— 17 ;3a— 2I75 

<i— 22i 6 a— 24 / 6 6 & rf-29 j 6 tt— 31 > 6 r— 
I J 5 a- 3/6 1/— 7 f'b a— 18 / 5 c— 19 fo a— 
81 /d a— 24 / 5 e— 3 m 6 c— 6 lu 6 6—7 mb a 
^8 JR 7 cr— 17 M 5 c— 18 m 5 u— 24 m 5 1/— 28 
Hi « a— £9 m 7 6 



Cold in. 23 / on 

Commercial Treaties of Engl iiid with, 7 /' 

7/ 
Committee of Pardons in Session, 14 ; .> / 

— 15 ; 5 </ 
a Communist Expelled from Bockcuheim, 

2G/o 6 
Couimunists. Full Pardon Granted to, 3 / 'i\ 



c — 15 / 5 6 — lOyo f' 

Relief Fund. 18 /T) 6—20 ,u 7 a 

Return of. 18/5 e— 22 in7 d 

Society Formed to Find Situations for 



Returned, l;i / 5./*— 13/ bj 

Vessel Chartered ro bring Home, 13 m 5 h 

Victor Hugo Oil, iO / 5 c 



— Compulsory Education. 25 / 5 rf— 28 / 5 a 

C'on';ress of Agricullurists, 31 ui 5 6 

Customs Duties, 25 / 10 a--i3 /« 5 c-20 ni 

5 (/ — 24 m 7 ft 

David (Jean) Sketch of. 22 m 7 6 

Decorations on the I'Cda 23; 5 a 

on M. Dore. 2 } b h 

Diplomatic Body Bai q letted by \h^ Tresi- 



dc-nt, 3/3i/ 

Ciiincse Embassy in Paris, B j 6 6—11 j 



56 

News. 18 / 5 6—13 / '/— 19/5 6— *jl .;' 

5 a— 24 / 5 fi— JS m 7 c/— '2 m 1 H 

ROeeption of M. dc St. Vallier in Rerlin, 



22 / 5 c 

— - Kkdions, 3/ 3 e-7./ 3 «— 10 / 5 6—23 / 5 
a — 3 / 5 e — 4 / 5 /* — 1 4 /.') c — 1 7 j 5 r— 1 3 in o i 

— England and France on. 8 j 5 6 

— Electoral Addres^Ses. 4 / ."» 6 
Electric Liglit and OaS, Competition in 



Paris. H>; Tw/ 

Exhibitiim of 1867, Aeconut of. M m 7 6 

of Contemporary Art in the Prt>illon il«* 

Flore, Opened, 7 j 3 6 
Fall of M. de Marcen*, 4 « 5 /i 

Feteat the Hotel ConiinlMiinl. by Exhil;itorsi 

to M. Teissere c de Bort. 22 /5c 

Father H\ac'inthe In Paris, 3/5 e 

Abp. Guiljrfri on, <5 /'5 6 

Ferry's Higher Education Bill, 10 wi 7 ^ 

Petitions agaiiiit, 24 m 5 fe— 26 m 7 6^31 



vn b h 

— Finance Arirnh|i:enn^ntfe with Turkey; 14 /") i 

— Floating Bait^ry Arroganhf Lust duiinif 
Firing Practice, 22 m 10 a 

— Floods in, 10 / 5 c 

— FiJreijrnern in, Return o^j 23 / 4 rt 

— Free Tra .e, 25 / 5 d — 21 m 5 r 

— M. Gambetta and the CnA%^ \Sf64 
— =— Gi'netdogy of, 20/5 d 
Papers, 2.1 ; 5 a — 24 1 5 6 



rra 



PALM Kit 8 lyUEX Ti) " TirB TOnC:) ^ NBWSrAPEK. 



l^tlHU. « W 



France ( rnt* t in ned ). 

M. (iiimbeitrt— the Young Bulchor who 

ThnMiteni'd him Fined and Imprisoned 4/5 c 
Geugraphical Society, Award of Gold Medal, 

25 / 5 A 

Cdobnite the Centenery of Capt. Cook, 



16/6 6- 17/ 5 «/ 

GeniiMn Enibaii!*y, Reception at, 21 fo a 

and Germnnj 2*i ml d 

.hile'< Grevy Elpcted Presideiil, Z\ jba 

AsflumeB OftJee^ 4/56^ 

and Marshal MacMahon, 1 /6 a 

Guilds, Kncouraged by GovwiUDenty IOjlS < 

Hawking of BimjIu. \\J b'C 

and Hay ti, 18/9/ 

- — H irst h. t he Swiin list, Expelted frM». 1 7 m 6 6 

HyacintlKM Father) about to Oj>en a ^^Gal** 

lican ratholic Church," in Pari*>, 14; 6<f 

Private Con fi»renee about, 18 / 9 /* 



Impeachment Question, 24 / 6 e — 10 m 6 c 

— 12 m 5 b — y6 m b a — 14 m 5 a — 15 ui 7 a — 17 
SI 5 

Kew!»p,Tf :er« Siippi>rting, 11 m 5 c 

Protc»tfl ot the Ex-Ministers, M m B c 

Iniperinli>t9 Sign the Annual ..dd^ese for 

Chislcinirst, 15 7 5a 

Imports and Kxporta, 20 / 5 </ — 18/5 </ 

Inuiulations, Subbcriptions lor the Sufferert 

by, 28/5 h 
Jardin des l'lnntc» Mnsoiimi Additions to, 

l/Si^ 

Jules Ferry. Civil' Marriage of, n fo a 

Katrcrs (Madnme de) Leaves for London, 

id ni 5 r 
Kidnapping of Children by a Pretended 

Counter*. 24/ 5 b 

liRv Teachers in Kromeatwy Sehook. 1 / 5. A 

Loitery Tiikots, Fall in, 3 / 3 *• 

(^^mniei icemen t of the Drawing, 27 j 5 c 

— Dt livery of Prizcj*. 8/5 b 

Dra^^iit^. 15 / 5 //— 2S ; 5 f — 4 / 5 c 

KnKli^h I^i k>cHL'r in I'aiis in Trouble 

about One. 17 //' 5 e 

Notes about. 31 ; 6 r -!/«« 

Snivof Tickels in I'ngland Illegal, 15 / 5 e 

WinLin-r Nuti.lMr?«. 27 / (i <•— 28 ; 8 r— 29 

J 5 r— l.'l» 7 12 o— .".n , 12 <r 
Maishnl MjuMj.hnn Kifuscs to Sign the 

( hange* in xh' Miiilniy J'<»st.«. 2i» ; 5 c 

«n<l bin Culjiner. '*U) ; 5 r» <i « 

I'xi^ccted neiinaitnt of. 2!) ; 5 a 

He-^-ij^nnticm of, and Klc'tion of Jules 

Grevy. iU j 5 n 

Tujki'-ti (>r(]er Confi-rrcd on. 8- ; 5 r 



MHUimo.h's Jaw Found at JSiitliunay, 14 f 

d 

Mart Inge of '.Iip Dulcc of Cuniherlnnd An- 

i:oniHid to llu' President, 20 /a r 
— Mee'iMg of fiencr»l» Apjiroving tho Mar* 

»l;jir.«< ("ohiincL ^»() /5 /> 

. si \Ve;nvrs. ic, at rrncn. 25 m 5 I 

>l:j(';i.ue Michk-lct'H rcnsifHi. 2H / 5 // 

>J ilitpry ( b»r.g« s. ; 4 / 5 /■ 'J.'i.; '• n—^11 j 5 h 

■ Mw'.s'.iTJsil ( li.ijigr:*, W I '' h-'SJ* ) S a — 27 

; iJ. rV 
( ^..'i^, ^^ ; :. " •. ^- 2! ; 5 /i - 'Jl j -1.6'!— 11 



1-' 



France (mntinuech, 

MiracIeK at La Saletta, DiscLunied by the 

Vo\fe, \ fb h 
Afflrmwl by the Bp. of Grenoble, 3 /" 5« 

-4/5i-— 5 t'bh^l / 5c 
Mtsci l!ane«m6 News^ 1 1 ; 5 — 13 j 5 d — 20 

7 « A-22 J 5 (/-6 fb rf-7 f^ t— 15/6 6—21 

M b a 

M. Molinari*B Scheme. 25 j 5 a 

Municipal Grams, 2! /"&a 

Napoleon HI., Mass for, 15 ; 6 b 

National Assembly, Proceitjings in, 14^*5* 

NQudl^ ClHiet Cburch, iSixteeU Children 

Baptized \\\ 28 / 5 6 

New Boolfs, 4 / 6 & 

Cabinet, 6/5 a~6/5 a k rf— 8 fh • 

Minister of the Interior. 6 m 5 a 

Prefect of the Seine, Intolerance of, 2T 



President. Notification of, to the seTeiml 
GovenimeutH. .S / 5 <; 
Garibaldi Congratuhtes, 8/5 e 

tlie German Prees and GovermmenI on, S 



/5 • 

Legion of Flononr PVesented to. 6/^56 

Newspapers Founde«l in, daring the Yvar, 

2/5 5 

Oath Proposed for the Army, 13 m 5 b 

Paris, Statistics of, 1/56 

AHegcd Cruellies by the Police in, 28j 5rf 

Blockade of. by Snow, 25 / 5 a 

Captive BaHoon to Kesnaie Working at 

Half Farc> in May. 28 m 5 <« 

Klecti ic Lighting in, 9 / 5 A 

New Year's Day in, 2 / 6 A 

Nocturnal Assaults in, \% fh c 

State ol tl»e Streets, 27 / 6 c 

Society for Rosceing Drowning Persons^ 

to be for All France. 15 ; 5 4 
P»88poris to ih;^ United States no Longer 

Kequiretl. '6^i b e 
— — Paspy. Asyhim for Musicians at, 3 m 5 </ 
M. Philipjart. the Case of. in BrnsBelsaod 

France, 1 / 5 /;— 10/5 «— 24 / 5 f 
Pohce and the Municipal Government, 19/ 

5 n—'lO t 5 r 

Post Office to Collect Debts, 25 m 5 5 

President. Diplomatic Reception by, 13/5 rf 

Fit St Oflicial Reception, 1 w 6 6 

Letter to ihe King of Portugal on bis 

Taking OfBce. 21 fha 

Presidential Message. 7 f^ n 

- Reception of M. Thiers, Marshal Mac- 



MahoM and M. Grevy, 10 / 5 rf 
Prince Imperial and the State, Settiemeiit 

of the Case Relating to the Mueeums, &»^ 14 

/ o r 
— ^ nirtliday, 1,000 Bonapartiats Dine at St. 

Maude. 18 m 5 h 
— Lett IT to i%L Rouher on Learing for the 

Cape. 27 / 5 a 

rroticiionisTs Meetings. &c., 27 f ba 

I'ulHc nou.<e K.xteusion, Hours to be Con- 

tinTU'«l. I ; 5 /* 
(^uaniin (Clias.) New Works Issued by, W 

(^uecu VictorLi in Paris, 28 w 5. a 



Mar. 31, 1879.] palmer's index to "the times" NKWsPArER. 



G:8 



France {continued). 

Kail ways, 31 w 5 ft 

Raspait. Anniversary of the Death of the 

Celebrated. 8 7 5 r 
Republic, (\>I()ssal Statue of, to be Erected 

in the Place du Chateau d*Kau, 20 m 5 a 
— — Kepubcilisra Papers and the Christian 

Brethren ^kK:iety, 2iy'5 a 

Retirement of M. Dufaurc. 4/5 «— 7/6 h 

Return of the Chaiubers to Paris Proposed, 

24 m 5 </— 26 m 7 a— 29 m 7 6—31 mo a 

Revenue Returns, 1 7 i 5 b — 4 / 3 </ 

Review oi tlie Past Year in, 1 7 6 a 

Rouasotte, a Banker'^ Clerk, Absconds, 6 m 

5 b — 7 « 4 a 

Rue de Rivoli, Tablet to be Erected on the 

* Spot in, where the Convention Met in 1 792, 5 

SI 5 a 

Siilon^ New Regulations for, 1 i 5 6 

Say (Leon) Statement on the Conversion 

Panic, 18 m 5 a 

Secondary Instruction of Girls, 13 m 5 a 

Senate. Pro?eedingsj in. 14 j 5 b — 16 y 5 a — 

— — Speech of the President. 15^ 5 « 

^feaatorial Elections. 6 ; 5 d 

Marshal ("anrobert's Address on his De- 



feat, »./.-> h 

New Senators, 21 j 9 /* 



Socialist Newspaper Seized in, 4/66 

Society of AKriculiuralists, Meeting;. 20 fbd 

* of Economic Studies for Local lieforms, 

Meeting, *6 f b t 

Soiries, 24/6 « 

Spiritualist Case— rs Madame Sanchez, 14 

/5 d 

Storms in, 9 7 6 e 

Struggle for Power, 5 / 10 a 

Sutton (Marten) Legion of Honour Con- 
ferred on. 11 7 6 6 
Syndical Chamber, Minute of the Sitting of, 

18 m 5 a 

Telegraphs and Trains in, lOj 6 « 

Theatrical News, 20 j 6 c— 23 ; 6 6—27 j 6 

c— 29 1 6 r— 30 7 6 «— 3/6 «— 4 /5 b^7 / 5 c 

— 10 Aee— 28/6 6 
Three Mayors in Brittany Fined for False 

Keports, 12 m 5 6 
Treaties of Commerce with England and 

Bel'^ium, to be Ended. 6 i 6 6—7 i 3 6 

with Austria, 20 / 6 ?>— 22 / 5 h 

with England, Correspondence about, 20 

/ 6e— 26/5« 
Trial of Adolphe Inbcrt, for Communism, 

27 fob 

of Pude, for Shooting a Student who Tried 



to Escape from Custody, 17 ;;} 6 6 

Trocailero, the Municipality Decline to 

Purchase, \7 m 5 d 

Tunis Difficulty, 1 ; 5 6-4 y 5 f—Gj 6 6— 

8 ; 6 «— 9 7 6 6 

Satisfaction Given, 10 j 5 </— 1 1 ; 6 e -13 

i6/-29j5./ 

and Turkey, 3/5 /' 

— — Velvet Manufacturers of St. Etienne Re- 
duce Wages 20 per Cent, 13/5/ 

—— Vintage, Returns of,. 4 j 5 c 



France (ronfimied). 

Vict«>r HiifTi), Tablet to he Affixed to tlie 

IIou8e where he was Horn. H) /// 7 6 

Vote for the Commercial Distress, 20 m 5 a 

Waddinglon (M.) an Old Kugheiun, 7 /« 9/ 

and his Premiership, 20 m 5 a 

Francis (Francisl on the Sturgeon. 8/11 a 
Frasir (Wm.) Charity Oi'ganiztition, 15 iw 5 a 
Frc«> Libraries — Birminghim, see Fikbs ami> 

BlKMINOMAM 

Salford. 17.78 a 

South London. Woiking Men*s College,. 

Kennington, 18/126 

and Open Chunih Movement, 9j 11/ 

Trade. Note on, 2^116 

and Reciprocity, 10 / 1 1 cf 

T in Silver Plate, «/fi c 

Freehold Cottage Dwellisigs Company, \ j 7 d 
Fri^^masms — Annual Festival of the Royal Ma- 
sonic Benevolent Institution, 13/10« 

Benevolence of. during 1878, I / fi e 

Dedication of the New Hall at Taunton, 14 

Grand Chapter of the Royal Arch Masons, 

Quarterly Convocation, (i/l / 

New Grand Muster of l>evonshire, 31 m 9 /' 

Quarterly Meetin&i of Grand Lodge, 7 m 36 

French Amnesty, 21 7 10 d 

Channel Ports. 2178a 

Cochin Chin-', 9 ; 4 d 

Embassy. 22 / 10 /*- 24 /9 /— 12 m 10 6— 

18 m 7 e 

Guiana. Exploraticms in, 28 7n 4 « 

Hospital, Annual Dinner, 17/11 rf— 24/ 

Lottery Drawing, see Francs 

Tariff Alteration, 28 / 6 c— 27 w 11 c 

and the British Iron Trade Association, 

II M 11/ 

Torpedo Boats. Trial of. 26 « 6 6 

Freshfleld (Edwin) Ice in the Levant, 31 m 6 e 
Friendly Societies, Conference of Deputies from, 

at Manchester, 1 ; 6 /*— 3 / 4 /* 
Mass Meeting at Northampton on the " Ob- 

noxius " Clause of the New Poor Law Act, 4 

Note on. 31./ 10 f 

Official Report on, 14 7 4/ 



Friends' Provident Institution, 22 7 7 « 
Frozen Scholars, 28 7 10 / 
Funds. English, see ev^ry dny\H paper 
Furious Driving and Covered Vans, \SjSc 

G. 

Gaelic Society of London, Highland Ball, 7 /*9/ 

—20/11/ 
Study of, Deputation for a Grant for, 28 / 

10 c 
Galioia, Eastern, Typhus Fever in, 27 / 5 « 
Gnll-making Plant Li(;e, 12 m 4 6 
Galloway (VV.) on Colliery Explosions, 19 m 7 e 
Garel-Hugg (Col. Sir James) at Truro, 16 7 6 </ 
Garezvn«ki (Edw.) Trade Prospects in America, 

9i 7/ 
Gas : — Experin»ent8, 1 f6 b 

1 11 u mi nation. Lecture by Dr. Wallace ou^ 



31 ; 10/ 



4d 



GaB 



PAI.MKU'S INDKX Tt) " T«E TIllES '* NEWSPAPER. 



[jjiM. : uf 



Gas Lighting, 13 ; 12 a 

' Bristol Company, 7 »i 1 1 « 

Commercial, 2*") mild 

= Crystal Palace Company, 13 ?/i 7 e— 22 m 

\Sd 

• Harrow District Company, 18 w 7 e 

J^ight and Coke Company, 15y' liy 

Keport, 4 / 7 c 

Liverpool United, 20 ft if 

London Gas Light (^ompany, 25 w II cjf 

Metropolitan of Melbourne, 31 J 7 6 

Oriental, 20 tn 7 c 

liio de Janeiro Company, 31 m 7 t 

Slate of Shares in (companies, see every 

diiys pnyer 

Dec. 27th and Jan. 18th. 20 ; 7 n 



Supply, Official Testing of, 25 f \0 e 



Geary (Kev. Henry) Charity Organization, 15 m 

5a 
Gcner: I Cre<lit and Discotint Company, "^ / ^ / 

Keport, 24 j 7 h 

Medical Council and the Dentists* Act, 12 

w 10 ^—14 M « /~14 m 1 i c— li» m 13/— 20 m 
5/— 21 m 7 fe-'24 m 10 c— 27 «i 11 rf 

Steam Navigation Company, 2H /*6 e 

Geneva League of Peace and Unity. C m 5 c/ 
Gennadius (J.) on Greek Bcmds, 24 / 7 a 
Genoa, the Public Prosecutor Ilemoved for Using 

Clairvoyance to Detect Robberies. 27 i o b 
Geographical Professorships, Memorial to the 

Queen to Appoint; 13 m 7 / 
Geologists' Association Visit the British Museum, 

19 m 4 e 
German Embassy, 3 m 9 e—\Sm 7 «— 24 m G d 

Hospital, Didston, Bequest of Mary Newman 

to 20y 1 b 
Annual Meeting, 30 / 1 1 d 

— Judicial Salaries, 8 m 13 f 

— Shakespeare Society, 14/5 d 

Union Telegraph and Trust Company, Wj 

7 e 
eEBftlANY :— 

and the Afghan War. 14 fBd 

' Alsace, Sixty Young Men Leave to Avoid 

(*onscription, Penalties to be Enforceil, i) j 5 c 
■ Ix)rraine Constitutional Bill, 14 m 7 e — 



22 m 7 h 

— Anniversary, 3501 h, of the Diet of Spires, 
to be Celebrnied hy the Protestants, 18 m 5 e 

— Appointmcuts and Changes, 15/5 «— 15 
m 7 c 

— Army Estimates, 24 ; 5 c 

— Arrest of Col. Basilewitch, for Picking A 
Lady*8 Pocket, 20 m 5 n 

— and Austria on the Treaty of Prague, 3/6 
6_4/5f— o./o A— (5/5 b 

— Autumn Manoeuvres, 4/6 r/ 

— Berlin Academy of Sciences — Professors 



Owen and Darwin Elected Members, 7 j S b 
Minor State of, Siege of, I H w* 5 e 



•t Bismarck (Prince) New Postal Uegulation 

to Open aU Letters on the Frontier, 17 ; 5 c 

on his Disieplinary Dill, 18 ; 6/ 

; Movements of, 27 ; oy— 28 ; 5 — 7/6 e 

Si. and his Policy, 13 / 8 « 

sK-i Weekly Purliamentary Soiree, 10/n 5/— 

17 m d~Sl mQd 



Clermany (^runfinned). 

on Britihli Colonial Policy, 22/6 d 

and the Brunswick SucccKsion, \tij 5/ 

Budget of Public Worship, 13 j 5/ 

-^ Committee, 23./ 5 f— 12/6y~15 / 5 e 

Catholics in. Great Meeting of at Fulda, fi 



766 

- — Cattle Diseases in, 28 ; 6 6 

Market in, 12 m 7 d 



— Compensation to Widows Of Soldiers Dying 
of Wounds Keceived in Battle, 14,; 5 d 

— Correspondence of Frederick the Great, 25 
j6 c 

— Court News, 8; 5 c— 8/5 6— 10/5/— 1 w 
6 c— 3 tu 6 a 

Accident to the Emperor, 10 m 5/— 19w 



7c 



Emperor's Birthday, 20 m 5 d— 21 m o e 
— 24»m5/ 

Grand Dinner to Count Szcehezi by the 



Emperor, 30 j o d 

Health of the Emperor, 6./ 5 d 



jtnd the Cultur Kampf, 12 /5 d 

Customs TarifiF. Pixiposals to Itevise, 27j 5 

/_-19/5 rf— 19 M 7 c 

an^ De '.mark, 7 iti 5 rf— 8 m 7 rf— 20 w 5 </ 

Diplematic Change. S f 5 e 

on the Hanoverian Dynasty, 17/ 6 6 

oh the Kcryal Wedding, i/bj 

Die Freiheit, Prohibited Circulation, 8/5 c 



Die Ldteme, Prohibited Circuhiiion, 8 ? 5 c 

Diplomatic News, 8/3 6— 6/5 e — 7 / 3 6— 

8 ; 5 c— 20 ; 5 (/-20 J 6 b-^Zjbf^Ajfh /"- 

11/6* 
the Emperor Pressnts his Bust to the 



English Ambassador, 15 w 7 c 

Sketch of Count Szechen^-i, 8 ? 5 € 

Distribution of Orders of Merit, 27/ 5 rf 

and the Eait, 13 m 5 c 

Emperor's Bescript for the Reception he 

Keceived at Berlin, 18/ 6 b 

England and, 17/6 f 

Fiilk Laws, 4/5 d — 17 ; 5/ 

Federal (\mncil. Proceedings in, 11 /'5 c 

Financial Position of, I m bf 



and France, 2(5 foe 

Frankfort, New Stock Exchange, Opened, 

6 M 5 a •«-> 

Free Trade. / 6 6—14/5 e -17/6 6 

Petitions against, 9 ? 5 c • 

Freedom in. Note about, 2/ 1 1 e 

Hersh (Cafl; and his Journal for, 4/ 5 rf— 

6/ 5 e 

Industrial Crisis in, 18/5 « 

Lady at Weimar of Hii^h Hank, Sentenced 

for Alleged Theft, 26 m 7 c 
I>odochowski CCard) Execution of the Sen- 
tence on Called for. 28 ; 5 6 

Marpingen Frank, Trial of. Person Con- 



nected -vith, 18 m 5 c 
Mi&cellaneous News, 11 ;6/— 31 / 6 c— 13? 

/5 d— 20/ 6 e— 28/ 5 c— 11 m 6 d—2bmb 6-» 

20 " 7 r. 
Mulhouse, A Mason, Imprisoned for InsuH' 

ing the Emperor. \jbd 

New Coihage, 3 f'of 

I - Teat's l)i\y Ueceptions, 3/3 6 



Mar. .*:!, 1^79.] p.vi.mku's indkx to ** tiik timks " nk\vsi*ai*ij.k. 



Germany {routinueif), 

— I'arlmmiiit. McHfting of, 9/5 c-^15 ; 5 d 

. New Document to Regulate Proceedings 

or I'unii^liinents, in, 10 ; 5 c— 5 fn c 

Debate in the Desciiptive Bill, 2*>5 rf— 

4 lu 5 e — 6 M 5 // — 8 /« 7 d 

Austrian Newspaper on, H ; 5 /* 

— — Government Ap))lie8 to the Austrian 
Government ab >ut it, 14 il f 

Opinion of the I'eople and Press on, 1 1 

joe 

Rejected by a Large Majority, 8 m 7 b — 



12 JM 4 a 

Proceedings in. 16/5 /— 21 7 5 d—2Zj 5 



e— 30i 5 c/— lOy G 6—14/5 e— 22 / 5 /— 12 tn 
7 «— lU m 7 it 

Summoned, 29; 6/ 



Vole for a Loan, 5/ 6 c 

— Parliamentary J>iimer by the Premier, 17 
fhe 

— Plague, Notices about, 1/5 e — 3 m 6 d— 4 m 
be 

' — Police Seizing Busts of the French Republic 
Executed by &>chueider*8 Workmen in i6T6y G 
/Ga 

— Political Correspondence of Fredi*rick the 
Great being Edited for Publication, 14 7 8 </ 

— the Press on Enghind. 15 m 7 c 

— Prince Charles of Prussia Celebrates his 26th 
Anniversary as 'jhief of the Artillery, 4 m 5 c 

~ Protection Duties. 2G / 5 r -27 /« 5 6 

— Protests against Lenmnrk Receiving a Hano- 
verian Address to the Duke ot (Cumberland on 
his Marriage. I j b e 

— Prussian Landtag Closing of, 24 / 5 / 

— Regency Bill. VSfiia 

' — Kichstag, Opening of, 20 J 5 cf— 29 7 6 « 
--10/5/--11/6 c— 18/6 c— 24 /G A— 18 m 
5 d 

Proceedings, 19/6 6 & J— 20/5 d & e— 



21/5 6—22/6 /— 24 ; 6 a— 26/5 d—l m 5 c 
—10 m 5/—12 m 4 a~ 12 m 5 b— 13 m 5 c— 14 
li 5 (^—28 m 5 6—29 m 7 c 

Speech from the Throne by the Emperor 



in PenK>n, 13 /'6 c 

Strange Scene in, 18 m 5 <f— 19 m 7 c 



— Review of the Past Year, 1 / 6 c 

— and Russia, ^ jbf 

— and Samva, 20 i G h — 14 m 6 e 

— Queryi Sanitaiian Commission in, 29 / 6 e 

— Sa vigny the Jurist Anniversary of the Birth 
of, 24/5/ 

-— Socialist Law, Finally Passed, 1 1 ; 4 (f 

— Sixty-two Persons Expelled under, 14^6/ 
Proceedings under, 27 / 5 d 

— Tariff Revision, 2 / 6 6—4 jbd 

— Telephonic Circuits iji, 20 > 4 /" 

— Tobacco Monopoly, 28 j 6 rf- 29^ 6 « 
Urauline Convent?, Address of 2.200 Ladies 



to the Emperor against Suppressing, 8/6 6 — 

X^jhd 
and the VaUcan. I87 5 /— 3 /6 6—4 /6 d 

— 13/6a— 19/'6(»— |5wi 7 «-ii8 wi 5 e 
Chica (Jon) on tl)e Jews in Roumania, 20 / 4 c 
Ohotftly Banquet to the King of Bavaria. 18>9/ 
plant Tree, Felling •* Old Moses," in California, 



Gibniltar. Clergymen Wanted by the Bishop of, 
li m 10/ 

Mafikc>d Batteries Erected at, \fbf 

Notice about, 17 wi 7 c 

^>nlU;;gling at, 14 / G d — 15 / 11 a 

Giffard (Sir H.) at Broughton Conservative Club, 

10/ 11 a 
GilTen (R.^ on Fall in Prices, 22 ; 6 e 
Gilbert (W. S.) the Stage of 1878, 17 i 6 c 
Gilpin (Charles) Uuveilng the Bust of, at 

Northampton, Wj'df 
Gills' Public Day yduwl Company, 26/6 e 
Girton C'ollejfe, «e« C'ambridgu Univursitv 
Gladstone (Catherine; Appeal for the Woodford 

Convalescent Home. 13/9/ 
Gladstone (Rt. Htm. W. E.) Address to, from tlie 

Inhabitants of New South Wales, 16 j 8 a 

lieply, lG>8tj 

Ad Iress to from the Liberals, of South 

Australia, IG /8a 
Reply, IG/Stf 



and the Bulgarians, 27 711 1 1 c 

Causes of his Political Changes, 24 j 6 /— 

29./ 9/ 

at Chester, 16/6 c 

on Currency Reform, 17 / 10/ 

on Free Tratle, 27/5 c 

Heal Lh of. IO7 9/ 

on Hiring Fairs and their Abuses, 10 /6 c 

and the Indian Press, 24/ 10 d 

Lecture on Dr. Hook at Ha warden Schools^ 

28 J 9/— 11 /10 a 

and the Midlothian Election, 11 7/1 3 d 

on the New Ijectionury, 20/ 10 a 

and the Temperance Movement, 22 m 11 / 

Tenant Dinner, 8 / 9 / 

Glasgow, the Liberal Members at, \7 j G d 
Free Presbytery, Resolutioii on the Present 

Distress, G/ 9/ 

Riot in, 26 »i 18 c 

University — the Graham Lecture, 28 j 10 d 



Glass of the Anci;:nts, 25/11 e 

Glazed Frost, 12/11 e 

Globe Telegraph and Trust Company, 22 ;' 7 e 

Gloves, American Customs Duties on, dj 9 f 

Gocher (Charles) Typhoid in Pigs, 13 m 6/ 

Goldsmid (Sir F.) on Persia and ita Military 

jjtesources, 10 m 9/ 
Gordon (J.E. H.) Lectures on Electric Indication 

Ibj 10 «— 24 i 8 c— 31 ; 6/-.8 /'G 6 

(W.) at Notting Hiil. 31./ 10 c 

Goring (John) Clerical Disabilities BiU, 17 m 8 c 
Goschen (— ) at University College, Bristol, 16 

j G c 

on University Extension, 22 i 10/— 25/10 « 

Gotbard Tuonel, 14 > 5 e 

Gothenburg Commercial Company, see SuspKir- 

SION0 

Gough (General Lord) Statue to in Dublin, 26/ 

10 « 
Government Property, Alleged Theft of, S/lOd 
Governments Stock Investment Company, 9 7 6 

/-10/7C 
Graham(R. C. C.) Hiring Fairs and their Abosea, 

247 3 6 ^ 

Grain Cargoes, 28 m 4/— 31 wi 11/ 
Grant (General; in London, 3 / 7 « 

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[Jan. 1 \o 



<f runt (uen.) Bnnqnct to. at DiTry and Freedom 
ol lh« Ciiy P^e^cnted to. Sj\iJ 

at Belfsiat, 8 / \) /— II > Dc ' 

in Dublin, l*rcsentation of the Freedom of 

the City Presented to. 4 / (j h 

in India, 24 / 5 c— 10 m b c 

in Ireland, <io j 4 « 

^— Leaver Dublin for Derry. G /df 

for an Oriental Tour, J 8 .i a — 24 j 9 f 

in Paris, 11/6 d—\o j 6 ^—17 / 5 c— 18 j 

5 e 

Refusal of the Corporal ion of Cork to Grant 

him a Keceplion. 4 H» c 
Grantham (^VVm.) Administration of JuBtice, 27 

on Mr. Balfour's Burial Bill 24/11 f 

Granville (Earl) at Hanley, 4> 6/ 
G:apUIte in New Zenlaml, 30 / 1 1 / 
Grasmere Ghuruh Uestorution of, Sj Sf — 6/11 r 
Graves (B.) on Artistic Copyright, 7y 4 e — 18/ 

86 
(Bp."^ on an Ogam Inscription at Minard, 11 

JlOb ' 
Great Towns, Calculation of the Populations of 

23, &c., lojyy 
aEE£C£:-> 

- Epirus Desires Annexation, lOj 6 rf 

a Band Cross the Frontier and Destroy 

Kiculi Kienter, 5 m o c 

Diplomatic News, 13 m 5 e 

French Government on the Frontier, 10/6 /* 

Frontier Commission, 25 / 5 </— 31 j 3 a — 

Uy 6 /•— 21 tn 6 d—2A m « // 
— — Notes on, 20 7/1 1 1 e— 24 mCtb 

- Meeting of Literary Societies to Celebrate 
the Anniversary of the War of Independence, 
81 m 6 a 

Miscellaneous News, 8 /n 6 b — 10 m 6 c — 16 

m 7 €—19 m 7 (/~20 m 5 c— 26 mhc 

New Loan, 24 mi 6 b 

Greek, Note on the Teaching of, 8 ; 6 c 

Green (J. F.) on Grasmere Church, 6/11 c 

Greenhill (W.) Drink in the United Kingdom, 
12m 7c 

Gregory (Robt.) on the Society for the Propaga- 
tion of the Gospel, 25 / 12 b 

Gresham Lectures *2j 1*1 d-29y 12 6 

iGrey (Major; British Agents in Afglianistan, 24 
/ 6« 

Griffiths (F. J.> on Mr. Lowe and the E^ptian 
National Bank, 18 / 8 c 

Grosvenur Gallery, Ingres Drawings at, 28 / 8 « 

Gross-Glockner, 81 m 1 1 / 

(irundy (Sydney^ on "the Snow-ball," % fQd 

Guernsey*, New Governor, 25 m 5 d 

iiuild of Co-Operator«, First Annual Meeting, 
24 nt 8 a 

Gunter (Lt. Col.) on the Zulu War, 18 / 10 c 

Guy (F. Barlow) on the Bestowments of the late 
Itev. T. Cornthwaite, 3 j 7 /* 

H. 
Habitual Drunkenness, a Woman Convicted 200 

Times for Drunkenness, 17./ 7/ 
Habron (Wm.) »w Murders, Wkaliey R-mye 
—— Compensation Case. 25 m 6 « 
-m^ Kelease 9f . 19 m 1 1/— 20 m 10 a 
i>2 



liHddan (J. L.) Indian Break of Gauge, 4 m 8c 

on Turkish Hi'sonrces, 20 / 8 Z» 

Hn<lley ( — ") on Hntini; of Railways. &C., 7 w Set 

Ilailevbu^K Collej^e. Kxaminnrion, 18 im 8 6 

llnlifax, the \f embers at, IG y </ 

Hall Marking'. 3 m 9 /~7 ml t 

Ilnlpen (I)ruitt) on Kai'^ing Sunken Vessels, 24 

/ 3 '( 
Ilalul. (Dr. E.) on the Zulu Mode of Figbiing, 7 

»i IC tt 

Ilfluiiiioa ^A.) on the Season Ticket • llolden 

Grievjin e, 10 / 6 « 

(Kaillie) Freeholders of Midlothian, 7 ml f 

(L<»rd C. J.^i at King's Lynn, 8/ 10 d 

Ilamley (Mujor Gen.) on the Indian North West 

Frontier, 9> 10/ 
Hauipstend, Well Walk. 23 ; 4 6 
Hanbuiy ^li. W.) at Hanley, :0 / 11 c 
Hankey (T.) on Bank Failures, 18 j 6/ 
Hanover Square Club, Note about, II m 8 c 
Hanwell, Drainage of, 1/11 s 
Harcourt (Sir W.) Explanation of his Speech, 8 

/6 c 

at Oxford, 16 / 6 a 

Hard Times, 6/11/ 

Return of Mariinges, 31 m 4/ 

liardinge (Gen.) on Field Firing, 17 in 12 A 
Harford (Capt.) Horses for Natal, 19/10 </ 
Harper &. Co., on the Cretlit Company, 8 / 7 « 
Harris (lieader) on the Madeira and Maoiore 

Railway. 4 / 7 h 
Harrison (Fred.) Education of Working Men, 7 

/6A 

(W. H.) Railway Unpunctuality, 3/7 6 

Harrow School, 13 / 11 r 

Harrud ^ J. P.) on Animal and Vegetable Food, 

10/4 a 
Hart (Dr. Ernest) Coffee Palaces for the People, 

SiJlOb 
Hartington (Lord) Movement of, 31 j 9 /'— 8 f6t 
at the Liverpool Reform Qub, 7 / 10 o— » 

/ 10/1 
Hartley ^ W.) on Natal, 2\ fM f 

on the Zulu War, 17/ 10 c 

Harvey, Statue to, 1 m 9 

Uatherley (Lady) Proposed Memorial to, 1/5/ 

Haveiock (H.M.) on Mr. Parnell's PohticalToar, 

17J6<i 
Haviland (Alfred) on the Distribution of Disease. 

80/6/ 
Haweis (Rev. H. R.) 00 Bells, 10 / 8 a 

Charity Organization, 11 w 11 « 

Hawkins (B. W.) Age of Dragons, 28 / 10/ 

(Capt.) Si'.ientific Corps, 18 m 12 a 

Hawkaley (Dr. T.) Dina^ C^olliery Explosion, 18 

>6c— 28>llrf 
Hay don (He v. G. P.) Long Life and its Cautci, 

\\ tnHh 
Hayter (C. J.) on the London Financial AssoJa- 

tion, 30 / 7 6 
Hayti, Revolution in, 14 /*6 «— 21 f5 c— 22/'6 

/— 24/ 6 6—4 m 10 c— 8 w 7 ^—1 1 m 1 1 6 
Head Masters of Private Schools, Annual Meet- 
ing of, at the Holboru Restaurant. 8/ 4/ 
Health, R gistrar-General's Weekly Return of, 

1 ; 6 e~H»7 4 /•-20 / 4 /— 24 j 4 «--7 / 10 7- 

ai/6/-12/ll e-.28ii5tf 



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PALMEltd INBETX TO "THE TIMES KEWSPAPER. 



II m 



Health and Disense, Lecture on, 21 7 10/ 

of Danusfadt, 27 ; 6 rf 

m Irelaiid, 12/ 1 1 c 

of ScotUnd, 17> 4 /*— 28/4/ 

Supplement to Annual Report, 24 ; 9 /* 

Healihy I'arisheB, Statistics of, 22 j 12 6—25 j 6 b 

-7/nr 

flcarinif. Effects of Air Currents on, 23^ 4 6 
Heath (BiiroiO Napoleon Collection, 11 »i 3 e 
CoUectiun and Library, Price Sale of, 19 m 

56 
Heayy Sentences, lOjG f 
Hebb (John; on the Proposed Extension of the 

Metropoiitan Railway, ll/7« 
Hebrew Literature, Note on, 8/11/ 
Helland (K.y New Zealand Agricultural Society, 

29i7// 
Henry (Mitchell) Letter on Home Rule, 6j 8 a 

atriifden, 25y6« 

" — <m Obstruction in the House of Commons, 

157 8 d 
fieraJdry of the Sea, 3 m 6 e 
fierefonl Cathedral, New Fainted Window for, 

10 J 10«— Hi lie 
Hesse (Grand Duke of) Projected Visit to Eng- 
land, 6 J 6 ri— 1 1 I 9/— 21 j 5 d-^tl i 9 e 
Letter from, in Reply to the Eastbourne 

Address of Condotence, H j^ • 
Hibbert Lectures, 18 m 8 6 
Hicks-Beach ^Sir Michael) at Gtocester, S 7 4 « 

at 8troud, 18^ 8 o 

High Water at London Bridge, net every duy\H 

paper, after Ship Nejws 
Highland CUns, 8> 10 </— 1 1 j H r. 

' Society of London, Annual Dinner, 22 /» 13 / 

Highways Act, 20 ; 12 a— 7 / U rf— 8/ 7/-~l 1 

/lOr— 127 11 c 
Hill (Alsiiger Hay) Charity Organization, 20 w 

n/ 

(James) on English and American Locka, 

27 /•12 c 
Hindoo Poet, 2S ; 4 h 
Hiring Fairs and their Abuses, 24 i 3 6 
Hissarlik, Excavations at, 28 m 5 t 
Historiial Commission. 8 ml e 
Hobart Pasha, on the Difficulties in the Way of 

Turkish Progress. &c., MJSb 
fiolUnd (King of) Wedding D^y, Sj6d 

' Appointments, 11 in 5 d 

• Tax on Securities, 12/5 /* 

Home for Foreign QoveroeKses, 22 « 1 1 / 

' — Hospital Association for Paying Patients, 

for Lost Dogs, Royal Viwt to, tOm$f 

> for Little Boys, ne.Hr Faminghaui, Anni- 

Tersary Meeting, 26 01 5 « 

Rule, 6/6 a 

— — Rulers Demonstratiomat Liverpool, 20 w 10€ 

— Conference, 12/6 « 

— Proposed, 157 1 1 a 

General Meeting Proposed, 7 ; 8 cf 

in London, 4; 5y 
Bp. Molty on, 6jr 6 a 
Meetings, 13 /* 1 1 a— 8 m 6 « 
of the League, 22^ 5/— 28 j 6 e— 4/8 



Home Rulers, Notes about, 1> 6 e— 2 j 10/— :> ; 
h«— 7/8 d- \/iJJ 

Tour of Mr. Pamell in Engbind to Or- 
ganize, 10.; () c— 15 / 10 r — 17 ; (* n 

and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 



f 



b-il/IO € 

League— Members Elscted^ 22 7 10 e 



2977 s 

and Fore'gn riiarity. 27 /« 6 c 

Homeless and Destitute Children, see National 
Hone (B.) on the Credit Couipnny. 7 / 4 ^ 
Hook riiev. Dr.) Mr. Gladstone's Lecture on, 11 

/lOrt 
Hooker ( Sir J.) on Jamaica Tobacco, 81 ; 3 c 
Hope (W.) on the Accideet on the Thwnderer, 16 

.; » '' 

Hopkins (Mnnley) TemperatuDe on the Pacific, 

81 m f)< 
Hopk. Notes on the l^uty on, 16 ; 7 c—2\j 6 s 
Hopwood (C. H.) Liberal Organization in Mary- 

leboiic, 9 ?■ 8 /» 
Hornby \VAw\.) City Company and Fagot Votes, 

19 m 14 r 
Homer Lewis) on the Izetze, 25 y 11/ 
Horses in Natal, 19/10^/ 

Horwood ( J88.)on St. Velast Uituid Case, lO/ti e 
Hospittd Kefonn. 27 in ln« 

for the Chest. \o ml f 

for Non- Paupers. 21 ; 4 a 

Out latlent Sy8r<»iH at, '10 fif 

for .^'iek rJiiidr««. 21 y 5/ 

Saturday Fund. I*i m o a 

Sunday F'uml, 21 / 1 1 d 

for VVonien. 20 /w 11 « 

Apptal for, 10 / (J d 

Hospitalst of London, 22 m 9/ 
Hotel Robberies. 9 ; 4 / 

Honso Ag4*ncv nnd 1 e[iression of Trade, 8 / 7 a 

HOUSE OP LOBDS;- 

Appeals, 12 /« 7 « 

Bell and others r. VMy of Glasgow Bank 

Liquidators. 2r> m 5 //- 28 m H e 

British Dynan;ite Company p. Krebs and 

others. 28 /"a/ 

Mitchell V, City of G-lasgow Bank, 28 m ,1 c 

—29 m 6 e 

Mulr. &€. V. City of nia«govr Bank Liqui- 
dators. 22 M 6 A— 25 III 4 r— 2G in 5 d 

- Muikern and another v. Lurd. 2\ / 4 h 
Rutherford ?-. City of Glasgow Bank Li- 
quidators. 29 m o e 

Household Suffrage and P:u'li.*imoniHry Govern- 
ment, 28 / 4 a 

How Trades are Lost, 13 / 4 < 

Howard (Barnes) Depression in AgricMiliure, 27 
m II 4* 

Howell & Co., M^etii.g. 22 7« 

Howitt ( Wra.) Hlni'!=s of. :J m 5 r 

Hoyle (Wni.) Drink in the Uuitid Kingdom, 11 
m 12c 

Hubbsrd (J. G.) Furicns Driving and Covere<l 
Carts, 9/11/' 

on Imperial Taxation. (>/i* b 

Valuation of Property liill. 4 ;w 10 6 

Huddleston (Bamn) IHiU'ss of, !•; ; 9/ 
HuU, Koysi Institution. Lectures at, 31 7 4 / 
Hvraane Bequest, H fH f» 

Humphry (A. B.) on th- R'lr^tingof theGii i on 
Board "the Tnnnderer, Gj He 



Kim 



»» 



PAI.MKJi S INDEX TO " THE TIMES Xrw.-rArF,R. 



[.Tan. J t« 



HUNGARY :~ 

Cost «>f tlie Dosnian Occupation. 27/5 b 

!New I o.-n, ii) ; 5 e 

rrocec'ditigs ill xha Diet, Ct f G h — 8 f .' e — 

U / 5 ^— ill / o h &, d—iS m 5 e— 20 m 5 d— 
28 m 5//— 3" »/ (»« 

]lunararian Sociory. Meeting at Znrah, ^j C (/ 
Itui.fttanton C'onrMlc^cent ilonie. M m^ % 
hunt (HolnmiO lU^ilihof. IO/<> /' 

Servnnts' Rfutfii Soeierv, Donation of the 

Knipre s of Austrin lo 21> //• 12 « 

Ilunier y^G. Yeaii's; wn Vi-gelarianism, 24; 5 e 

lluiiterian Onition. '2'^^ f ^j c 

Huntley (Lord; Farnuug Expenses, \j 7 /"— 6 j 

We 
Hurricane at Nnples, 3 m S c 
Ilutcliiugs (£.) Iron 1 railes. id ; 10 b 
Hutchin!«on (— ) at Siddnl, 13 / 8 a 
at Shelf, 4 /• 11 A 



(E<lw.) Recent Information from Victoria 

Nyanzji, 1 4 / fJ e 
lluiloii (C:. W. C.) on the European Bank, 21 / 

11 u 
(Ja«. F.) Alleged Shipment of Arms for 

the Zulus, 15 /// 12 a — 1 7 m ♦» e 
Ilyaciiilhe (Pere) and the Lambt^'th Conference, 

10 »i i>r/ 

Hydrants, Note on, 13 / 11 /* 

I. 
Ice in the Levant. 31 w »» c 
l!ii|)erial Ori'dit C'oinpnny. 1 fd/ 

Tax.-ition. Note on. i> / 6 h 

IniiHWt and ICxpoi i Heturiis. y > 7 h — 8/7 6—8 

m 13 6 
Improved Ir.du8trial Dwellings Ctmipany, G ;'7 e 
Imvndiarisni— Rv'Maid f(»r tho Apprehension of 

the Person vh«* Fired Dipton Colliery, 27/7/ 
Intome Tax. Note on. 3 m 1 f 
Incorporated Law JSoeietv, Awanl of Prizes, 22 

j t; h 
— — Exam D.tl in.<i. 14/4 e 
Inlex Society, First Annual Meeting, 28 m 3 (/ 
INDIA:- 

Al'jjhan War. »ee AreiiAX 

Afghanistan, Uriiish Agents In, 24 y 6 t — 

21'. fiin 

Exi-loratiors antong the Ruins of, 24 / 6 b 

Uat racks in Inilia, Ni»te on. 31 /« (> e 

Bombay Coolies, Curious Way of Digging, 

1 /3 a 

Budget and Tariff, 15 w 7 //— 15 w 13 a 

Burniah. the Thi>u?e Mekera Princes and 

their Princes in all Kighiy-six Persons Exe- 
enud. by the King. 2Jy 5 a & A— 24 / 5 c— 25 
J 10 rt— 10 w 5 r 

the King Fortifying Mamlalay. 24 m 6 c 

NewH. 17 w 5 t— 20 tu b *i— 21 m 5 d— 27 

IM n </-31 M 5 ti 

State of, P) ;w '» r 

Builer (Major) Placed under Arrest. 11/7 ti 

CannnujoreGaol Dist urbance on tlie Change 

in the Dietary. 3/?< n 

Civil Service Api o'ntnient?, 18 m 8 6 

Crop»j. 3 / 5 r 

I )ea ha of European ( )fficcr- in Native Regi- 
ments. 3j' 4 /' 

:.4 



India .' rouliuh t <! \ 

Dcj.utalidn from llio Priti«h In ^i?n A^^^w 

elation to ihe Viceroy on the C oiton Diitii?, 
10 m ii h 

Ej»cape of Two Tigers from a Menaiitrient 

Calcutta. 3 /" 8 // 

Exchange and Finance of. 2 / 7 / 

Failures in Bombay. 3 / 5 r — 3 f 8 » 

Famine in, 20 ; (> ( — 11 / 7 a— J m .") r 

Connnisbion. 17 :.'t "> '* 

Financial Statements, 15 m 7 (/— 17 /« ."» <'<- 

24 m 5 h 

Fine Arts Exhibition at Calcutta, Opcm<l 



by the Viceroy. ; 5 r 

— Flight of Locusts nt Meerut, 24 m 10/ 

— the Future of, 4 m 8 d 

— Gold in. Note on, 2 j 7 e 

— Harvest Prospects, 10 r 5 r 

— Mi-eellaneoufi News, 24 /// 10 /' 

— Mutinies and Murders in, 17 / 5 <• 

— New Civil Code. i4 fit h 
Year's Da> in, <> ; o r 

— North West Frontier, Note on, 9 / 10/ 
Lord Lawrence on, 12 m f< a 



Pirates in, 1 1 / 7 a 

Public Works in. 4 i ^ f 

Roddto. 8 m \0 h . 

Star of India, Viceroy llol.ls a Chapter^, 

3 /' 5 c 

Surveys in, 18 / 4/— C4 ^4 e 

Ta riff 'a c f . 17 7' .'> n 

Vernaculnr Pref«s Act in (^porjition. 24 »/ "'. •- 

Volunttcr Movc'menl in. 10 m 5 c 

Indian Army Pensions, 4 j 12 ^ 

Collection of the Prince of Wales, on Vic«' 

in Edinburgh, 5 w 10 e 
Cotton Duties, 18 m 10 r/ 

Finance, 20 m 8 ^-21 w 5 /"— 22 w 13 6 

Forest Department. 13 j /' 

Government Securities, State of, see etriy 

da'tfx paper 
Loans, 18 m 10 d 



— Home Life. Lecture on, 1 1 / 10 </ 

— Import Duties on Cotton Goods, 24 / (> <•— 
25 / G 6—4/ 6 y— 6 / 8 u— 6/ 10 «-20 m 10/ 
—27 m 6/ 

Medical Service, Successful Candidates, 27 



/n r 

Pottery, 27/8 a 

and Russinii Import Duties, 80 / 10 /* 

Indiarubber, Guttapercha and Telegraph Work*, 

r>/'7e 
Indiscriminate Charity, 20 / 8 c— 22 i \0 e 
Industrial Schools, Essex, Formal Oi>ening of, <> 

/8 a— 8 / G b 
Influence of the Family State on Health ami 

Morals, 13/12flr 
Infusoria. Method of Preserving, 13 ;a 5 ^ 
Ingenius Night Lamp. 13 ;// 5 e 
Inhabited House Duty, 9./ 4/ 
Injection of Milk into the Veins of a Ovin,^ 

Patient Restores him. 25 / Q e 
Tn'.ind Revenue Returns, G f7f 
Iims of Court Lending Library, 15 m 12 e 
Result of the December Examination, lU 

11 (I 
In- Patients in Hospitals, 1 / 12 c 



Mar. ul, 1879.] I'ALMKifs index to ^* the timks"*^ NEWsi'ArEn. 



lull 



INQUfiSTS :— 

Elizabeth Alexander, who Died from the 

Violence of a Fuliceman. 30./ 6 d 
Geo. Aruiitage, KiUcd at Brentford Docks, 

7;4« 

Louisa Atkins, Burnt to Death. 6/6 e 

Alfred Baker and (ieo. Gootlchild, Killed 

at the Explov^ion at (Miiiworth Mill:), ID / 7 c 
Chas. Baker, Kiliod by Falling from a Cliff, 

1 1 m 5 (/ 

Joa, Barb?)n. Killed in a Fi«lit, 2o m 10/ 

Geo. H;LSt(ick. vvhu Died from lh*j Neglect 

of the ITiiitm Doctor, 4 / 8 f 

Beswick. Killed in a I'oaching Affray, near 

Oongloicm, 4 / 8 c • 

l^iuisa Beitridge, Run Over, at Moira Ruil- 

way Levf 1 Crossing, 24 j (> e 

Edw. Blatchley, vho Died Suddenly, 21 m 

10 e—Tl m 12 « 

Frederick Bowlcv. Found Murdered- 10 flc 

Win. Brown, Shot by a Gun ho was Hand- 
ling, 27 f 6d 

Joseph Burrows, who Fell from a Church 

Steeple, 5 /' (5 c 
ii. and C. Bush, Found Drowned in a Pond, 

iij tic 

Sarah Bushnell, Starved to Death, 3 j 6 A 

Frederick Butley, Toisoned by Mistake, 22 



m 12 e 

— Laura Cadlard, Found Drowned, 9 / 5/ . 
Thos. Henry Chamberlain, who Died from 

a Bh>\v at SchtMil. 2o f a h 
Tlionias Chamberlain, who was Stabbed at 

Biritungham, 22 y 12 c 
Ji>hn Ouuile and his Child Murdered by its 

Suicitle Father, 6/ 10 e 
^anluel Churclidl, Found Murdered, 8;w 14 

//— 12 »i 13 / 

Harriet Elizabeth Cleveland, a Suicide, 3 m 

10 c/ 

Mrs. Clifford. Shot by Misadventure, 7 j 3 « 

John Cole, Killed on the Midland Kailway, 

14 w 6/ 

— John Geo. Cole, Killed at St. Paneras Goods 
Statiun. 7 m S c 

VVm. Coleman, who Died of Hydrophobia, 

lt>;l»/ 
Sarah Colesall, Killed by Machinery atlver, 

25 j 1 1 / 

Valentine Como, a Suicide. fGe 

Mr. K. G. Cope, a Suicide, 4y*8 c 

John Davies, Kud Over in Red Lion Street, 

18; 10 6 
Thomas Daniel, Killed by Falling from an 

Upper Window, 19/7 c 
Mary Jane Edgington, who Died from 

Swallowing a Pin. 24 m 6/ 

— Kight Men, Wrecked in the Luiai Olivari^ 
15i6e 

Edith Famborongfh, a Suicide, 23 j 6 c 

James L. Farr, a Suicide, 7 m 8 c 

Wm. Fen wick. Accidentally Shot, 6m 7 d 

Five Bodies, Found Drowned. 2b m 10/ 

a Boy Named Frazer, Scalded to Death at 

Highbury Hill Chapel, 15 »i 14 b 
^—^ Mary Ann Geannan, a Suicide and her 

Infant Djcpnmed by iier, JS.m3M 



Inquests (ran tinned). 

James Gcnner Found Dead. 20 oi 11 b 

Benj. Josefth Glazebrook, a Suicide. 21 ;w lOe 

Lucy Graham, Supposed to have been 

Murdered, 13 f II a 

Ihos. Griffi hs. a Suicide, 7/4 «— 21 ; 10 e 

Letitia Grogan, Killed by its Father, 20 m 



II b 
Anna Hepper. Found Brutally Used on a 

Doorstep. 17 / 10 ^ 
Mary Georgiana Hewitt, Poisoned by Opium 

Pills. 30 / 6 rf 

Hill, Kuston and Three others. Killed at the 

Explosion nt Fitzwilliam Colliery. \/7/ 

Wm. Hocking, Fouud Drowned. 8 ; 6 r 

George Wm. llolleymim, Killed at West 

Drayton Station, 23 / J c 

J. S. Holinnn, Killed at Canterbury Station. 

lay 10« 

Edw. Wm. House. Burnt to Death. 17 / 6« 

Mrs. Blanche 11. Hml.son, a Suicide, 11 mbe 

John Immes. Killed in a Fi^^ht, 7 «i 8 c 

John Rich. Chas. Ives. FViund Dead. 17; 10k 

John Jeffreys, Shjt at Pigeon Match at Isle- 

wortli, 3/6 c 

Sarah Jane Jone«. a Snicide, 1 1 m 5 e 

I'homas Jones, Killed at the Gunpowder 

Explosion at Faversham, 25 / 10 r 

Geo. Keys, Found Drowned, 25 m 10 /— 81 



m 10/ 
Mrs. Betsey Lakey, Thrown from a Dog- 

cart into a Mud-<lifch and Suffocated, 19 f 7 r 

Geo. Lamb, Hun Over by a Train, 25 m 10/ 

Amy Lambome, who Died under an Oper- 

atiun. 17 m «/ 
Pascal Paoli Law, wko was Fou04 Dying, 

22;l2c 
Jas. little, who Died from Apoplexy, 25 /' 

10// 
Wm. Lloyd, of Greet. FallT' fr m an Apple 

Tree and Hrenkiiijy his Net-k 4/ » c 

Wni. Lyuiing. a Suicide. 8 J* * r 

Mahony, a Labourer, Mtrd.red in Cork, 29 

a Man, Shot in Accident by hisN3phew, 19 

/■!'• 
Levi Martin, Murdered at Bu.x worth, 27 m 

Wm. Mayland, who IXied from Djir.k, 20 f 

12 r 

Albert M'MUhin. SuffocJited by Charcoal in 

a Ship in the I/<m«lon Docks. 8 7 (> r 

Wm. Metcalf. Murdere.l at Ooitod, 10 m 6/ 

- Geo. Mycnek. a Suicide. 15 m 14 /* 

Percirid Meytjr, Drowned while Skating, 13 

Frances Elizabeth Mill^, Found Dead in 9, 

Ditch, 27 ;• 6.d 
Fred. Chas. Mitchell, Killed by Riwlway at 

Methley, I j 6 A 

Hugh Morgan, Burnt ;to Death while in )» 



Fit, 6 /tie 

Donald Morrison. Found Dead with Maolr^ 

•of Violence ut Woolwich, 10 ? 7 « 

Wm. Stevens J^ajser, Found Drowned, 2^/ 

ad 



Ittq, 



PALIIEU^S lyoeX to '' TITIS TIUKS *^ NXWSPAPtK. 



[Jau. 1 to 



InquestB {rnntinuptl). 

Noakshott, Ki 'e 1 by a Van in Norihumber- 

lund Avenue, 3 th 10 d 
John O'Brien, Fuund Wounded at Waterloo 

8Ution. 2i 10 i 
Mrs. Shaft Okborne, Throlled by a Pip of 

an Orang;e, 8 / 6 r 
Chas. Fearce, Killed by filodcf of Timber 

Falling on him, 7 mS e 
^^— F. Perry DMiu, lald to have been Stk'angled 

by her Son, 10./ (J rf—lS./ 11 a 

Suicide of the Brother of the Supposed 



Murderer, 21/9 cf— 22y 10 f 

- Portions o^ a Woman Found in a Box in the 
Thames, 11 m 6 f—\^ m 18 c, see "PiVoirAr 

Thos. Potts, Killed at Faversham Station, 

7 mSc 

John Powe, Accidentally Hung, 15 m 14 b 

John Read, Killed while Working at a Kiln 

Chimney, 21 ;' lOe 

Madame Rubair, Burnt to Death, 27 m 6 d 

' Eliz. DrusUa Robieits. a Suicide, 11 m 5 e 

Rich. Roberts, Killed by a Fall of Rock, i 

m 8 6 

Mary Ann Robinson, Killed by an Abortion, 

28 »i 1 1 / 

> Benj. Rogers, Burnt to Death, 20 m 11 6 

— '^ Martha Handle, a Suicide. 1 1 m 5 e 

Emily M. Sanders, Shot by her Sun,17 w 6 /* 

Geo. Sladden, Killed at Favershnni Station, 

Sjiic 

GiBO. SmitU; Starved to Death; 5 m 5 d 

- — Geo. A. Sniiih. a Suicide. 19 »w 13 c 
- — Ruth Isabella Smith, who Died uf Exhaus- 
tion. 4 III 8 h 
Wui. Smiili, a Suicide. 21 m 10 e 

Jas. or Wm. Snodgniss. Found Dead near 

King's Cross Station, 15/10 e— 3 "j 10 d 

— — iViury Sweeney, Murdered at Bniy, 24 ; 5 e 

—25 ) 6 h 

Airs. Sweeny, a Suicide. 17 m 6 / 

— — SnrMh Tapley, who Died from Want of 

iffburishmcnt. 5 m 5 if 
Arthur Wm. Tnylor, Burnt to Death at 

Price's Candle Works, 8 /' |o e 

Elia. Taylor, a Lunatic Suicide. 15 in 14 h 

Henry Tnylor, Ac(;idcutaliy Shot by his 

own Gun, i» ; 5 / 
— — Arthur Wm. Thomas, Killed by a Snowball, 

20 a 10 e 

Alfred Tidroar^h, a Suicide, 18 j 10 A 

( hailotte Tomliii, Poisoned by a I'udding, 



17/*6«-20/8 6 

Eliz. Treiidaway, Killed by her Hus^ and, 5 



;6r 

— John Tripple, KiUed by Slipping from his 
Van. 8 / 6 c 

— Isabella Tucker, Accidentally Shot, 8ni 14b 

— John Tyson, Killed by Falling down a Tit 
^haf t at Frizington. 2 / 10 (/ 

— EUen Vinall's Child Found Dead, d m 7 d 

— Harry Erey Wakeley, who Died from Uun- 
ing a Needle into his Knee, I m 1 1 e 

— Mr. E. M. Ward, a Suicide, 18 ; 11 a 

^'— Henr>' Wareham, Killed by a Bull. 5 m 5 <£ 

— Major-General Wedderbuin, who Died Sud- 
dfcnly,8/10/ 



Inquesta ^rontinued). 

Thos. West, Found Hanging. 22 Ht 13 « 

John Wilson, who Died from Removal whew 

too 111. 1 ; 6 A 

Henry Wood, who Mid from Driaking, 1 > 

66 

- Marv Ann Wood, who Died form a Blow 
Inflicted by a Teacher. 2j\Qd 

Ann Woolly, Found Dead in the Road^ 28/ 

6c 
Insecure Corinces, 10 / 6 d 
Institution of Civil Engineers, Meeting, 16 > 8 « 

—6 /e e— 19/7/-6 mbd 
(if Mechanical Engineers, Annual Meetingv 

17j8c— 18; 11 c 

of Surveyori, Paper Read B^ore, 7 « 3 tf 

Insurance Company, State of Shares in, stttvof 

dajft paper 

Offices, Official Summary of. 7/7 a 

Intemperance and Crime, 8 m 12 (/ 

Parlietneiitafry Committee on, 12 m 12/— 

19m9s 
— ^ Statiai ics of, 1 / 11 c 
International Agricultural Exhibition, 7 j 7 /— 

17 m 4 <i 
Cattle Show at Kilbum, French Breeders 

Invited. 20 fod 

Exhibition of Paris Autograph Letter of 

the Prince of Wales with Portrait Presented 
to the British Com imsMonera; ll>&/ 

Cost of, 22 iM 7 t 

the Lottery Prizes Removed to the Palais 

de rindu^»rie. 10 / 5 d 

ttef. FuKXCH Lottery 



12 A 



Meeting of the Finance Committee, 12 » 

Netioes about, 4j9 ; -16 ; 9 /■— 16 i 3 ^ 
— 25> 10 /— 2«i 5 A— 1/7 c— 6/6/— 8/ II 
r— 1 1 f 10 /-— 17 f 10 c— 21 / 5 d— 26/5 «— 
7 ,„ » '/1-I2 »i 4 d-\o M 7 «— 18 m n/-22 m 
7/_25m9/ 

Financial Society, 18; 7 rr— 29 j 7 d 

Postal C.*ongress and Germany, 26 / 5 r— I 

Union, Countries Admitted into, 8jC<f 

Involuntary Larce: ios. 7/IOe 

Irby (a raiiliua) un ilie Bosnian Fugitives, 29 f 

\2d 
IRELAKB:- 
Agrarian Outrages 6 ; 9/— 23 / 5/-7 m 8 

c— 12 M 10 b 
Dublin. Sir John Barrington Elected Loid 

Mayor, 2 ; 9/ 

Speech on his Instnllation, 2 ; 9 / 



Corporation and the Public Heali^^ Com- 
mit tee. 22 7 n ri 

Death Rate of, 10 ; 8 a 

Lord Mayor's Banquet, Duke of Marl* 



bort ugh's Speech, 6 /* 9 /* 

- — Mortality in, 1(» i 11 /*— 28 / 10« 

New H. C. Archbishop, Sj 7 e— 26 m 6 e 



___ _________ _ _^y-^_- — _ 

Vice Regal Entertainments at the Castle, 

13/6/ 

Annual Ball. 17 m 9 e 



-^ Gal way Burial Ground— Disagreement of* 
Cii'iil:*, li j ^^ a 
— Landlord and Tenant in,. 17- w M b 



fiar. 31, 1879.] PAtyiitR'e ikuex to " tUK tiuEs" mewspafick. 



lU 



IreUmd (rominneti). 

Liquor Tniffic in, 25 / 6 c—2SJ 8 b— 6 /of 

Lonl Lieutenant. First Levee, 80 j 10 e 

New Pons in. 18 / 12 a 

Review of. durinif the Past Year, 4j 11 a 

Riot in Limerick, 1 7 i fi e 

St. P:itrick*s Day in Dublin, 19 m 18 6 

Sunday Ol'ising Act in, 6 j 6 c 

Tenant Right and House Rule Demonstra- 
tion at lliurles. 22 ; 1 1 er 

University Education in. 19/ 10 d— 27/12 a 

Valuation of Rateable Property in, 21/4 a 

Ireland, Crime in, see Crime 

and the Propaganda, 'Si j 6 b 

Irish Binfial Question, 11 / 8 a 

Church, 16 / 4 « - 21 m 10 c 

— Cunveniiou Act, 21 m 12 c — ;J1 w 11 d 

Electoral Council, 13^' 11 d 

Franchise Question, 31 y 12 fr— 18 fS b 

Jurors. II f iOd 

Land Question, 8 j 8 «— 21 j 1 1 e— 24 ; 6 c 

—1 /lO d—6 t 1 1 a-24 m 10 /— 81 »a 6 rf 

Law Courts, Opening of, 18; 11 </ 

Libel Case. \% f \\ d 

Linen Trade of IS78, 7 / 8 /" 

Parliameutary Party, 27 i 6 «— 24 / 6 6—8 

m7 /• 

Party in Parliament, 3 ; 9 /* 

Keformatories. 25 ; 9 « 

Saturday Closing Movement, 16; 4/ 

- — Tenant Right, 27 m \0 d 

University Education, see EnrcATiow 

Question, 21 ; 10^—21/9 d 

Vote in Parliament, 6 f6 a 

Iron Trade — Cousett Iron Works Reduce the 

Wages, 6 m 7/ 

— Document Issued by the Association to 
Employers, 6i 7/ 

- — Foreign Duties on British, 29 j 8 a 

Furnaces Blown out, 1 1 / 10 d 

-^ - Hours of Working, Notes on, 4 / 10 6—9 j 

116 

Notes on, 11/7 rf— 18; 10 A 

Employers* Association, Two Documents 

Issued by, 1 / 6/— 2> «/— 8 ; 8 e—dj 6/* 
- — and Coal Trade, Meetings about Wages. 21 ; 

10 «- 28 / 7 </— 29 J 1 1 y— 80 / 10 / 

Sliding Scale Committee. 1 1 m 1 1 d 

and Steel Institute, Annual Meeting, 18 m 

nr 

— Shipbuilding Trade, Reduction of Wages in, 
10 ; 6 e— 8 m 9 « 

Iron Wedding of an Ex— Rabbi at Vietz, 18 mo s 
Irving*s Hamlet, Note on, 16 ;' 4 a 
Italians in London, Mission Work in, 17 ; 6 a 
Italian Tariffs, 7/9 «— 26 j 4/ 

Tobacco Monopoly Company, 10 m 7 6 

MALT: — 

African Expedition, 3/6 a 

Anniversary of the Death of King Victor 

Emanuel, Visit to the Tomb, 10> 6 d^lijdf 
—16 ; 6 c— 16 ; 5 e— 24 ; 4/— 27 j6d 

Appointments, 1-5 wr 7 « 

Beatification of Pope Urban II., 1 7 ; 6 « 

of French MissitMiarieff, 11 m 5 e 

- — Bergamo, Prison Mutiny at, 28 m 6 e 

— British Goods in, 2 j 10/ 



Italy (rontinuetf), 

Budgtt Committee. 14 ; 5/— 19/5 d 

Army Expenditure, 4/6 '/ 

Case of I'assanaute, 14/9 /*— 17 ; 5 /"— 8 / 

4 e— 8/5 /— 13/6 a—o m 6 d— 81 in n d 
ChMmbord (Countess) Present to the Pope^ 

81 m 6^ 

Circular to the Custom House, 12 /5 r/ 

Cobden Club, Banquet to Secretory of, 17/ 

6/-18.;6/ 

Court News. 3 / 3 r— 4 m 6 s 

Little Crown Prince Invested with » 



Spanish Order, ijod 

Gold Medui to be Presented to Queen 

Margaret for her Presence of Mmd when ther 
Attaclc wns made on the King, 11 tn 6 c 

— Crime in, 14 ? y/ 

— and iJeimmtk. 13 / 6 5 

— Deprates Cabinet, 31 m 5 d 
Desprez \,Abp.) Created a Cardinul, 11/6 tf 



l)i{>ioniHtic News, 1 j 6 c— 27 ; 6 6 

Elect ions, 7/3 «— 8 ; 5 e— 14 / o e 

Lmi'^ration Nhw Guinea from, 17 m 6 a — 18 

m 5 d 

Exhibition of Italian Wines — Allotment of 

Prizes, 27 m 5 c 

Florence, Bomb Explosion in. Thirty-seven 



Persons Charged with Complicity, 11/6 cf 

— Foreign Policy. 25 j 6 d—A J 6 d — 5 / 6 d 

— and France, 67 6 a — 8/6 c 

— Garibaldi ( Vieuotti) Application to Sue for 
Libel. 23 / 5 d 

— Geoj^raphicul Society of, Re-Election of 
Officers, 29; 5 «— 31 ; 5 rf 

— Lichnowsky (Prince Robert) Bequeaths his 
Immense Fortune to the Pope, 10 / 6 a 

— Madonna Dei Flagi'Ui, Miracles Performed 
before the Shrine of, 11^4/' 

Marriages to be Civil First, Afterwards 



Religious, 13/6 a 
Mazzini, Celebration of the Anniversary of 

the Death of. 12 »i 7 d 

Medici (Gen.) Illness of, 8/3 r— 9 .; 6 c 

— Merchandise of Rellis, Decree Warning 

agsinst, 1 1 j 5 t 

Military Expences, 1 fb e 

MisceUaneous News, 6/6 6—30 ; 6 /— 20 f 

6 #—24/6 a k 6—7 m 6 c— 10 m 6 c— 20 m 6 s 

—28 mhd 

Mortara, the Abducted Jew Boy Preaching 



at Rome, 20;6</ 

Mount Etna, Eruption of Mud in, 28 / 6 (/ 

Naples, Weather in, 1 7 10 c 

Capital Punishment in, 1 ; 10 c 

Carnival at, 8/4 e 

Naval New, 28/9/ 

New Cardinals, 11 fh c— 16/6 €—11 mhd 

Iron Bridge at the Repetta Opened, 16 m 



Id 



Senators, 24 m 6 c 



— Novara, Monument to those who Fell at th«~ 
Battle of, Unveiled, 19 m 7 d—2\ m 6 6 

— Official Circulars, 13 m 6 « 

— Papal Jubilee Announced. 6/6 e—Vlf hf 

— Parliamentary Proceedings 61/6 c — 17 > 
5 c— 21 y 5 rf— 2a j 5 d— 23 ; 5 «— 8/6 a— 12-/ 
6/— 14/oe— 28^/«5c— 31 m^a 



fta 



Ita 



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PALJlKIi 8 INDEX TO '* THE TI1I£S NEW8FAPCR. 



[Jan. I to 



Ita!y (rontijttieti). 

Parliamint— Destruction of Works of Art, 

Inquiry into, by S. Uoughi, 24 j 5 <* 

Peter's Pence, pHStornl lo Favour, 6 / 6 « 

Piea. the Students decide to Leave. 2')H\b 

Pulltical State Dinner by the Kiiig, 24 m 

hd 
Pope, his Allocution on I he Evils of Society, 

on Catholicism in Turkey, 13 m 6 / 

Address of. to the Cardinals, 2o f\i a 

to the Catholic Press. I m 5 h 

Anniversary of the Poi>e*8 Accession Con- 



gratulation, 22/10/ 

of the Coronation of, A m o d &,€ 

Articles of the late Pope to be Sold 

Privati'ly to the Faithful, Bj 6 d 

Audieisccs Granted by, 8 j 5 a— 22 / 5 d 

Christmas Address. 9/40 

Congratulations on his Encyclical, 13 / C 6 

Consistory to be Held by, 20 /" 5 /—l m 



o c — 3 m 6 h 

Creates Mr Moore a Count, 5 m 5 d 



Encyclical on isocialism, &c., 10 j 6 d — 11 

J S c 

Letter to the Abp. of Cologne, SJ 3 6—4 



i 5d 



Proposed Sale of his Only Man-of-War, 
13j6a 

Keprcsentatives of 1302 Newspapers Pre- 



sented to. 25 /5 /' 

Socialists and Internationalists Threaten 



for his Encyclical, 27 j 5 d 

— Queen Victoria in. 29 iw 7 c 

— Quirinal and the Vatican, 24 ; 5 ef 

— Kailways, 17 »i 6 h—'2\) m7 e 

— Ked Placards Threatening to Assassinate 
the King Placarded in Geneva, 17 /w t) a 

Keport of the Commission on Incomes and 



Expenditure. 20 tp 5 c 

Review of the Past Year, 1 ; 6 6 

Uome. Christmas Day in, 2 j 3 r 

the King's Birthday Celebrated in, 15 m 

7c 

Cardinal Manning at, 17/5 /*— 28 woe 

New Hriiivh Embissy at, 15/56 

Statue of an Heima])hrodite, Found in, 

S m 5 e 
Salmona, the Order of the Celestmes Dis- 
solved by Authority at the Moment of Admit- 
ting a Young Lady to take the Veil, 27 m 5 <r 

St. Patrick's Day in, Cardinal Manning 

Preaches at St. Isedore, 18^56 

Storms and Tempests in. 27/5 r 

Accidents and Dcbtruction from, 27/5 rf 

—3 m 8 c 

Taxes, 22 m 7 d 

Treaty of C^onimerce with England to be 

Prolonged. 6 ; 6 c— 31 / 5 /— H f 5 f 

with Austria, 22 ; 6 6—27.; 6 d 

Votes Approving. 28.; 5 6 



Trinlof Passanante. the Attempted R«gicidc, 

see Criminal Tkiai.s 

and the Turkish Debts. 19/5 d— 20 m5d 

Vatican and Catholic Church Extension in 

Asia and America, 14 / 5/— 18 ; 5/ 
—— Ap|)uinlmcuts^ 31 J 5 d—7 m 5^ 



Jtaly (nwti/ifted). 

Vatican and Ameica, 2Cm 7 d 

and the Anglican Church, 9 ; 6 c 

' and PrincHj Bismarck, 10 f 6 € 

and Germany. I ; 5 e— 10 / 5 i/— 10/r,r 

Celebration of the Anniversary of I'oj* 

Pius's Death. 22 ; 6 6 
Immaculate Conception, Celebration uf 



the Jubilee of, S j 5 d 

List of New Cardinals, 6/6 d' 

and Mexico, 24 ; 6 </ 

Notices of, 17 ; 6 /—1 3 m B r— 19 mU 

the Pope Presents a Complete Set of the 

AJoniffvr Utiiverselle to the I library in, 18 m 5^ 
Protest of the Belgian Bishops aguDsS 



Secular Education. Approved by, 1/6^ 

Requiem Mass for the Late Pope. 8/5 c 



_10/6y— 12 / 6 e— 22/6 d 

Straitened Circumstanoea oi^\ f h rf-5 



/6« 
— ^ Subsidies to the Episcopacy Suppressed, 

17/«6 
Vei z?gnes. Twenty Persons become In««ne 

at, from Pictures and Senuons on iiell, 'i]'i^ 

J. 

Jackson (Henry) Classical Tripos, 25 m 8 b 

Jamaica— Commercial News, 3 m 10 e 

Bills Passed, 3 m 10 e 

Presentation of Medals to Soldiers. 3 m lOe 

Japan — Commissioners Present their Paris Ei- 
hibits to the Institutions in Paris. 2 ; 5 c 

Cen us of the Islands of, 6/9/ 

and Corea, 81 ; 5 /' 

Engages a German Military Bandmaster, 6 

>6a 

Finances, 7 m 6 € 

and the Ixiochoo Islands, 24 m 6 e 

Magic Mirror of Japan, 1/4 o— 1? / 11 • 

Paper Currency, 17 / 6 c 

Treaty with the United States, 17/6 c 

Miscellaneous News, 3 m 6 6 

Proceedings in the Yeddo Chambers, 13 /Cc 

Java, Danuige to the Coffee Tret'S in. b/7 d 

ShipwH'cked Men Picked up off, 6/7 d 

Javel (M.) on Reading and Eyesight, 6/\2 h 

Jee ^Geo. John) Lighting of Mines, 23 j 11 d 

Jerrold (Blanchard) Literary Congn-ss of i^'^^ 
2AjSe 

Jersey— New Breakwater at, 14/10/ 

A wan! of the Humane Society to a Fisher- 
man for Saving the Life of a Lady, 7/9/ 

Criminal Law in, 24 ji* 6' a 

French Gold in, 27 wo/ 

Import Duties in, 17 m 4 a 

Property Law in, 26/4 e 

Shooting Licenses in, 24 j 4 « 

Jeslon {H. P.) on the Change at Cholesbury, H 

/ll/ 
Jevous ( W. S.*) Sun Spots and Commercial Criccs 

17; 6/ 
Jews in Rouniania, see Roumakia 
Jewi h ( hariiies, 11/6/ 
Jex-Blake {Ur^ Sojihia) Medical Legislation, 1' 

m 5 (/ 
Johnson & Co., on Railway Traffic Chaije^^ 



liS, 



Ma:-, ni. U7d 



PAI..nK!{'s INDKX TO THJE '' TrMKS ' NKWSI'APKB. 



Law 



^uint-Suick ('oropanicg, lilue Book on, 21 j G / 

Banks and iJifccia of, 28 > 10 d 

Jom 8 {^{ anon) on the York Canunry, 25 9 8 c 
Joseph (Eilw.) New Fraud. 1« / 4y 
Journev in isnow hhcH'S, 1/4/ 
Judges* mill the Aury Panel, 6> 12 6—8/ 10 6—9 
;li.f--IO>10/ 

t hanibcrs, New Rules, 6; 12 6 

Kote about, IS J 11/ 

Jururs, SpecUl and Common. Uj He -16/ 11a 

Accummcxlaiion for, 22 j G d 

Jurymen and their I'ees, 14 m lis 

m Wailing, l/il e— 3 / 12 6— 4/ 12 c 

Justice '■ Fees— Kef usal to Keturn, II file 

—17/10/ 
Jurenilc cVinie in the Channel Islands, 23 y 9 / 
Crimiimls, 27 j 10/ 

K. 

Rains- Jackson (H.) Corn Trade of 1878, 9 J ie 
Kft/e (Lt. Gen.) on the Valley of Bamian, 26 / 

10/ 
Kc-HiB (John) Ceremony of Unveiling a Slab at 

Kome to the Memory of. 1 im 5 c 

Anecdote of. 7 m 7 /—8 m 7/ 

Keeper ^T. C.) Proposed Colonial Museum, 15 

Kelly r A. B.) Defence of Rorke*s Drift, 7 m 10 c 
Kenibsll CLt. Gen.) England and Uussia in Cen- 
tral Asia, 80 ; 6 «— 1 y 8 a 
Kennedy (B. H.)on the Classical Tripor, 21 m8 a 
Kensington Gardens, Note on, 4 / in /' 
Kent Bargeowners* Mutual Insurance Associa- 
tion, Debate on the New Bill for Regulating 
the Traffic on the Thames, 10 / 6 </ 
Kerr (Gren.) Cajte Mounted Police and Rifles, 25 

i6c 
Kerwin (£. H.) Unemploytd in East London, 24 

Keyser (Chas.) on Annuities, 30^ 7 6 

Key worth (G. A.) on the Electric Light, 1 j 10 « 

Kiddemiinster Carpet Weavers* Association, 26 

fWf 
Eimber (Edm.) and the Action against for En- 
croaching on the Highway, 22 j 9/ 
King (Fred.) Animal and Vegetable Food, 2ji' 3 
rf— lJ/6€ 

(U. K.) on Hoars of Labour, 1 1 7 8 a 

King's College. I^ectures for Ladies. 22 m 13 e 

New Professor of Hygiene, 10.; 9/ 

Hospital, Entertainment to the Patienta, 23 

ys/ 

Kmley (H.) Railway Servants and the Public, 

24/7/ 
Kiito(Rev.J.F.) Hard Times, 31 i 126—5/11/ 
Knatchbull-Hugesson (E. U.) on the South' East- 
em Railway, 18 ; 10 o— 21 j 6 /— 26 ; 7 6 
Knight (Alderman) Thames Valley Main Drain- 
age. IS IK 8 f 
XRIGHTHOOD AND BARONETAGE:— 

Ponsonby, G«n. H. F., Kniffht, H m 6 d 

Turner, Chas. A„ Kmqht, 2\ w 9 /— 24 m6c 

• WiUiams, Edw. Eyre! Knit/ht, H ; 9 /* 

Koppenfels (Hugo de) African Exploration, 27 / 

Tic 
Krupp (F.) on Steel for War Purposes, 22 w 12 
H^im ll« 



L. 
Labour in London, 23 ; 7/ 
Questions, 4> 9/-7> 5 /*- 8 ; 6 /*— 8^ 1 1 6 

—9; 10«-9>11 e— 10 70 e— 11 j'Sa—lSj^ 

e & /'-18> 10 /— 20; 8 6—24 ; 6/— 24 ; 7 c-^ 

26;6/'— 27> 11 a— 28i 7 «/— 29> 11 /-4/lL 

</-5/9 ;-6/ 7 /— 7/5 A-8 / 11 a A^— ll 

/ 6e-15/10(f— 21 / 10/— 19 m 12/— 28m 5/ 

sfe also :>TR1KES , 

— Restrictions of, on Women and Cliildrcn, I 

J (id 

Riots ac Liverpo(»1. 8/6/ 

Lace Trade, Disimte in, 13^ 11 / 

Lacustrine Discovery, 16 tn 12 a 

Luke (^W. C.) Dioce^e of Durham, 19 m 10 e 

Nicaragua, 21,; 4 a 

Nyassa, Lecture on. 5/6 « 

Lambert (James) on the Cattle Disease in the 

United States, 7/11 d 
Lambeth Conlerence and the Old Cathelics. 4 i 

10 d ^ 

Degrees, 16 m 7 /" 

Savings Bunk, 28/ If 

School of Arts, (^loth workers* Company *a 

Donation to, 14/ 10 « 
Lancashire Insurance Company, 10 1' 7 a — 17 m 

Id 
Lancaster, Memorial Praying for Re- Enfranchise* 

ment, 17./ 9/ 
Land ( onference in London, 17 m 6 c 

New Liniituiion Act for, 1 / 3 « 

Landlords and Tenants, 10 per Cent Allowed off 

Rents by, I676/ 

Law and Hypothec, 24 m 6 « 

Landore Siemens Steel Company, Proposal to. 

Wmd up, 4 ? 7 / 
Lang (R. H.) Paper Currency in Turkey, 1 4 / 10 d 
Langham Hotel Company, 22 / C / 

Hall. Sir W. Maguey's Recitals at, 25 m 5/ 

Larkman (J.) on C'remation, 16^ 11 /' 
Latham (S. M.) Distinctions Conferred on, 3y 6 e 
I>aughton (J. R.) Heraldry of the Sea, 3 ni 6 e 
Launch of a Gunboat at Black wall, 10/11/ 
LAW: — 

Actions in Common Law.sec Civil Actions 

in the Superior Courts, «ee Civil Actions 

Appeal Cases, ste, House of Lobi>s 

Criminal Cases, xee Middlesex SESsioNa 



Assizes, Note on, 17 / 10 / 
Bankruptcies, set Bankruptcies 



— Bankruptcy Court Cases, «e<? Bankruptcy 
Court 

Business of the Courts, 4 m 12 a 

Calls to the Bar, 28 ; 1 1 / 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, s€e Admi* 

ralty Court 

in the Probate Court, stt Civil Action a 

before the Provincial Magistrates, «ee 



Police 

— Cause Lists, 80 ; 4 a 

— Chan^jery Taxing Masters, 4/ 12 6 

— Consistory Court, Me Akcheb, &c. 

— County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 
Business of, XT flOf 



Court for the Consideration of Crown Casea 



Reserved, see Criminal Tki^-ls 



69 



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f* 



PALMr:U.S INDEX TO " THK TIMES NKWSI'APRR. 



[J .11. 1 u 



Court of Appofil. 31 m 12 6 

Days of Sittings of the Courts, in ecery 

lUiifs poper 

' Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

Divorce Court see Djvokck Court 

. Ecdesiafltical Cases, see Arches. &c. Court' 

I Estates in Liquidation, see Kstatks 

— Fees to Counsels, 6/6 rf— 7 J 10 e— 8 f 1 1 

/— n / 11 b 
" Ililarv Sittings and the Winter Assizes, li 

;10/ 

. Inns of Court Examinations, 16i 11 a 

. Legal Education, 28 HO c— 81 ? 6 b 

Etiquette— (^a>e of Mr. Willcock and Mr. 



Spooner, 23; 10 </ 

Retirements, Bf^f 
I. Not 



Long Vacation. Notes on. 1 8 / 1 1/— 14 /IDs 

Lord Mayor's Court Actions/ see Civil 

Actions 

as to Minors, i/i f 

, Notices of Sittings of the Courts, in every 

day's paper 

. of < 'auses. &c., in every day*s paper 

' of Partnership, see Partnership 

. Privy Council Proceedings, see Privy 

Council 
Public Examine t ions see every Wednuday^s 

uid Saturday*s paper 

Scotch Bench and Bar, see Scotch 

1 Scotch Sequestrations, see Bankruptcies 

Solicitor for Public Prosecutions, 26 f d J 

Spriug Assizes, 25/ 10 (/— 29 m 6 /' 

. Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

. Taxation of Costs in Chancery, 7/4/— 18 

fl2b 
Trials in the Criminal Court, see Criminal 

Trials 
Law's Delav, Notes on, 29 / 11 /-31 / 11 /*— 4 f 

10 e— 6 /• 12 a 
of Distress, 10/9/— 26 ro 5« 

— of Libel, as to Newspapers, Note on, lOJS f 
. Life Assurance Society. 8/7 a 

— Reversionary Interest Society. 22 wi 13 </ 
^— Union Fire and Life Insurance Company, 

28 m U a 

Lawes i Kev. W. Q.) Ethnoloirical Notes on the 
Tribes of New Guinea. 10 ; 10/ 

Lawson (^^ir W.) on Locnl Charities. 30/10/ 

Amendment ProiK>bed to the Ucsoluliun of, 

8m 7e 

at Halifax. 24 / 6 a 

"Local Option" Resolution, 17i 10 a— 6/ 

7/— 27 / 7 e 7 wi 7 «- 14 wi 8 c 

'- at Whitehaven, 7 j 9 c 

Lay Deacons in the Church, 18/10 £ 

Layard (Sir H.) Movement by the Jews in Lon- 
don to Present an Address to, for his Advocacy 
of their Cause in the East, 17 mJ$ e 

I^each (Harry \ ]o flO c 

Lead Trade. 13 m 8 A— 27 n .6 d 

Leadenhall Market. Act to Remove, 7 fSJ 

LEADING ARTICLES :- 

Administration of Justice, 24 m 9 d 

— Affairs in the East, 8 ji' 9 a 

s Afghan War, 4/9 o— 81 w 8 / 

-- Afghanistan and Turkey, 10/ 9 ^ 
/»9 



Leading ArticteB {continued). 

Atjjhaiiistan, 4 > 9 c— 13 ;' 9 a— 14 j 9 a~ 

2\j\) h-^m^h—M m 9 A 

Agricultural Holdings Debate, 26 m 12 </ 

American Cattle, tfoj 9 c 

Politics, 11 w 9« 

Amnesty Question in France, 22/9 e 

^— Ancient Monuments Rill. 3 m 9 r 

Duke of Argyll on the Eastern Question, 

11/96 

Aimy Administration and Recruiting, 29 



j^c 



Estimates, 21 /9 a 



— Count Arnim and the Falk Laws. 2 / 9 e 

— Artistic Copyright, 3 f% rf— 10/9 f 

— Asia Minor, 14 ; 9 (/ 

— A ttorney-General v. Great Eastern Railwiy, 
27 m 9 c 

— Australia, 16 ; 9 c 

— Bank Meetings, IBj 9 6 

— Banking Law. 12 / 9 cf 

— Bankruptcy Reforms, 29^ 9 t— 18 /9 c-4 
m 9 c 

— Berlin Treaty, 12 w 1 1 a 

— Birkbeck Institution. 29 /"O s 

— Prince Bismarck and the Reichstag, 12 « 
11 d 

— Mr. Bourke at King's Lynn, 6 / 9 « 

— British Agents in Afghanistan, 8 m 11 & 
Embassy at St. Petersburgh, 7 / 9 c 

— Brunswick Succession, 3 / 9 c 

— Budget, btnlOd 

— Bulgaria, 26 / 9 c 

— Bulgarian Assembly. 31/8 e 
Constiiution, 26y 9 r 

— Burials Question, 19/9 rf— 27/ 9 a 

— Hurmah. 31 m 9 6 

— Burton Crescent Murder, 11 j 9 « 

— Business of the House of Commons, 18 A9t 

— Caucus in the Unite<l States. 27/9 d 

— Charges in tiie French Army Corps. 12 / 9c 

— ( harity and Pseudo- Charity, 22 j 9 d 

— ( hina and Rustda, 3 ; 7 a 

— Church Music, 13/9 d 

— ( ity of Glasgow panjt, 27 m 9 d 
Bill, 6 i« 9 «/ 

Trial, 20 / 9 c— 1 /*9 c 

— Civil Service Estimates, 10 m 9 c— 18 m 9 rf 
Classical Tripos, 19 m 1 1 s 

— Clerical Disabilities BUI, 18 m 9 a 

— Clewer Case, 10 w< 9 6 

— tjie Cloture, 4 w 9 « 

— Coming Electoral Campaign. 7/9 a 
Session of the Fieitch National Assembly^ 



187 9 c 

— Commercial Frauds. 4y 9 A 

— Compl«int of the It ish Members. 28/9 b 

— Duke and Duchess of Connaught, 14 m 9 ft 

— Capl. Cook Centenary, 17 /'9 e 

— Cp-Operative Stores. 2I7 9 c 

— Coroners and Public Prosecutors. 20 /"9 $ 

— County Franchise, 5 »i 10 a -6 m 9 b 
Government, 20 »i H/ 

— Cremation. 15 j 9 </— 25 m 9« 

— Crisis in Egypt, 20/9 d 

— Debate on Cyprus, 25 w 9 rf 
on Egyptian FUiance, li « 9 i^ 




Br. 31, 1879.] padtek^s index to "the times" kewspaperI 



L^^ 



tAaiting ArticleB (continued). 

Debates in the House of Lords, 20 m 12 e 

■ in Parliament, \i f9d 

o|i Parliamentary Procedure, 25/9 a 

lX?cay of Evang-clicalisih, 81 7 9«— 6/9« 

Decease of Arctidn. Garbett, 28 m 10 a 

--^ Deposit System in Bankiixg. 4 /'» c 

Lord Derby and Sir M. Hicks- Beach, S / 7 a 

7- — DestriiQtion of Capital, 17 j 9 c 

Disaster in ZuliUand. 12/9 a 

Domestic New Year, 1 1 ;' 9 a 

Druids' Dinner at Oxford, 2 i 9 b— 8 j 7a 

M. Dufaure. S / 9a 

L<jrd Diifferin'B.Leaye-tskihg, 24/9 a 

Duke of Connaught's Marnsge, 13 /n 9 o 

Dui ham Bishopric, 29 ; 9 e 

Dutch Independence, 16 ; 9 </ 

-^- East India Loan Bill. 29 »i 12 d 

Egypt, 23 ; 9 c— 2G m 12 f 

and the KhediTO. 22/9 a 

Electoral liisabiltties of Women, Smile 

Problems. 20 m 9 d 



— — Emperor of Germany's Birthday, 22 m 11 c 
- — Engineers* Quarrel, 4/9 </—8 ; 9 r 

English Opinion and the French Elections, 

9; 96 

Espartero, 10 ; 9 * 

— the Estimates, I m9a 

' Execution of the Berlin Treaty. 21 m 9 a 

-^ — Explosion on Board the Thundertr, 4/96 
—18 m 9 r— 21 m 9 s— 31 m 9 6 

Explosions in Mines. 18/9 rf 

-^ — Factory and Workshop Act, 1/9 d_ 
- — Failure of the Corni«h Bank, 6 / 9 </ 

Female Education. 22 mild 

: Field Marshal Von Boon. 24/9 d 

Financial Situation, 18 ; 9 6—28 m 9 s 

Fitzalan Chapel, 81 in 9 e 

Floating Debt, 28 / 8 h 

Foreign Tariffs, 7 111 e 

Mr. Forster sit Bradford, 7 j 7 a 

on Keciprocity, 21 /9 6 

at Tarrabuth, 20 / 9 6 

France, 27>9 6 

the i^ituation in, 17 w 9 c 

French A8semT>ly,«24 w 9 c 

Cabinet, 7 m 9 rf 

Cliannel Ports, 21 / 9 e 

Crisis, 1 /'9 a 

— ^— Elections, 7 j 7 b ^ 

Government an^ the French Stage, \i j 



9d 



-^ and the Republican Ps[rty, 20/ 9 d 
Miniiteriat Triumph, 21 j 9 a 
Minisf ry, ft m 10 c ■ 
and the National Assembly, 17 / 9 a 



— Fatnre P^y in South Africa, 2t>/9 6 

— M.GambetUandtheLlbelonM.ChaDemcI- 
Lacant 10 / 9 tf , 

and the French GioTemment, 22 j 9 6 

— Mr. Qiffen on the Fall of Prices 22 / 9 c 

— Mr. Gladstone on Russia, 1 7 9 A 

-** Gorernmeui and the Opposition, 10 /'9 a 

— Geo. Grant, 9 / 9 a 

— fiaiuiog of Peace, 2^ f9 e 

— Sir W. Vernon Hstrooi'rt at Oxfor«I, 15 / 9 



Leading Artic«ea (continued). 

Hard Winter, 4/9 e , 

Lord Hartington at Edinburgh, 1/9 6 

at Liverpool, 8 /■9 a , . , 

Sir M. Hicks-Beach at Strond, 18/ 9 a 

Lord Huntly*s Hlotion, 29 m l2 6 

' Hypothec. Debate on, 20 ra 9 ci 

Income Tax, 7/0 «/ . 

India, 17/9 fl-24 m 9 h 

Indian Budget,. J 5 m 11 c 

Cotton Duties, 5y 9 c 

Finance, 1 m 9 6 , 

Industrial Spain. 11 /9 c 

Intemperance, Parliamentary Committee 

on, 19 m 10 e 

International Competition, 27 / 9 c 

Ireland in the Pa»t Year, 6 / 9 c ^ 

Irish Borough Franchise, 15 /*9 6 

Convention Act. 27 m 9 a 

Grievances, 7 w i> 6 

Members, 8/9 6 

on Irish University Education, 14 m « 

Politics, 24 / 9 c 

University Education, 28 j 9 6- 6/ 9 6 

VoteinEngland, 81 j 9 6 



Jews in Roumania. 20 / 9 « 

Joint Stock Banking, 30 / 9 e 

Judgment in the Case of Mr. Dale, \0 t 9 d 

the Judicial Staff. .14 ; 9 c 

Kentish Labourers, 28 / 9 f 

Labour Candidates. 15 / 9 6 

Disputes, 18 ; 9 6 

' Liw of Burial, 20/ 9 6 

Courts, and the Assizes. 18/9 e 

Sir W. Lawson*B Resolution, 11 m 9 d--\i 

mil 6 , 

Legal Business, 19 /"P 6 

Liability of Employers, 18 m 9 e 

Liberal Party, 25 j 9 6 

Liberty in Germany, 1 1 7* 6 

London 'I'hcaires and London Plays, 24 ; ^f 

I^)rd Chelmsford and Sir Birtle Frere, 2o 

m 9 a < 

Marshall MacMahon and the French Go- 
vernment, 80 / 9 rt. 

Martin v. Mnckonochie. 2] m 9 c 

Medical Bills, 28/9 « -1 i w U c 

Military Census, ^ f9d 

Expenditure of Iiiiia. 20 fO a 

Milk as a Cause of Diptheria, 9 j 9 c 

Ministerial Measures. 147 9 c , 

Ministry and the Opposition, lo /*9 a 

Modern Athletics, 8 ». 9 4 

Musfcal Education, 2 j 9 e 

Mutiny Act, 14 /' 10 6.. 

Nnvy Estimates, 28/9 rf— 11 m 9 6' 

New French Ministry, 5 /*9 a 

MiTitary Code, 28/ 9 c 

Year, 1 j'^a, , 

Dr. Newman and the Pope, 22 / 9 a 

— North Norfolk Election, 287 9 a , ., 

Opening of the French Chambers. 7^9 6 

— '• uf I he German Reichstag, Id /9 c 

r of thV .Session, 13 /'9 a 

Bp. of Oxford and Mr. Carter, I m 9 a 

Organization of Bulgaria, 22j9a . , , a 

— Parliamentary Business, 19/9 d—V m 96 



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[Jan. 1 



Leading Articlee {continued). 

— — Parliamentary Debates, 28 in 9 <i 

— '• . Elections Act, 4 »i 9 </ 

Pai ty Government, 24 j 9 a 

Peace the Murderer. 6/9 e 

General Pee), \Aj\Oc 

Plague, 8 / H /# 

Police and Public Meetings, 26 m 13 a 

Political Situation, 25 j 9 a 

Politics and Philanthropy, I f9d 

the Pope's Encyclical, 15 ; 9 c 

letter to the Abp. of Cologne, 3j 9 c 



— Port Wine, 16 m 11 « 

— Prince Imperial. 20/9 d 

— Private Schools and Public Schools, 7; 7 e 

— Progress of the Eastern Settlement, 6 /' 9 6 
—18/8 /— 4 m 9 b 

— Proposed Impeachment in France, 11 m 9 a 
—14 m 9 c 

— Protection in Canada, 19m 11 a 

— Public Business, 17/9 b 
Prosecutor. 1 7 wi 9 rf 



— Queen's Bench and the Ecclesiastical Courts, 
12 m 11 € 

— Railway Budgets, 26/9 c 

Dividends, 1 1 ^ 9 « 

Passenger Duty and Mr. Laing, 31 J 9 c 

— Reforms in Turkey, 2 ;' 9 n 

— Reprieve of Passanante, 3 1 m 9 e 

— Bettignation of Marshal Mac Mahon, 31 ; 9a 
of M. Teisserenc de Hon, 24 / i» // 



— Resumption of Specie Pavment in the United 
States. 8>9 6-18/9<: 

— Revenue Returns, Ij 9 d 

— Russian finance, 24/9 c 

— Salmon Poaching in Wales, 9j 9 d 

— St. Gothard Railway, 2« j 9 rf 

— School IJoard Finance. 20 m 9 r— 27 »i 9 6 

— Scienjific Army Corps, 15 m 11 d 

— Scotch Grievances, 17; 9 « 

— Senaiorial Electii^iis in France, 6j9h 
~o Situation in South African, 18 m 9 6 

— Mr. W. H. Sniiih at Westminster, 12/9 h 

— South Africa, 28 ; 9 a 
Papers. 17 /^ « 



South wnrk Cpvcusi. 30 ; 9 b 

Stale of the Army. « wi 9 f 

Mr Justice Stei.hons. 25 j 9d 

Strike on the Midlar.d Railway, 7 j 7 e- 



•10 



y 9 c 

— Study of Greek, 3 7 7 rf 

• — Teachers, Association Conference, 2 j 7 e 

— I'hanies Valley Sewerage, Smile 

— Thrcateaed Impeachment of the De Broglle 
Ministry, 29 j 9 a 

— Trade and Capita^ 1 1 • 9 c 

— 'J'reaties o1 (.yommcrcc. lAj 9 b 

— Treaty of Prague 6/9 c 
of Borlia, 2/i m 9 c 

— Trial <if Ph» anante. Sj 11 d 

— — Irustees as Shareiioldcrs in Banks, ^ f 9 c 

— Turkish and E^rypiian Finance, 13 m 9 & 

— Turco-Ru&sian Treaty, \\ fd a 

— Turkey and Greece, 10 »' 9 a 

— Two lii'piiblicin Anniversaries, 2oj 9 rf 

— Univfsitlfs. i*.) i '.♦ r 

-^ ri:iv(.Tsiiv Lx cnsion, 19/9 «— 21 /9b 



Leading Articles (continued), 

Vegetarianiiimy 23 j 9 « 

the Volunteers, 8/9 rf— 15 f^e 

War on the Indian Frontier, 6 j 9 a 

Wioe Duties, 19 m 11 6 

Winter Assizes, 17 ;' 9 b 

Work of the Next Session of Partiameat, 4 



J9a 



9« 



York Canonry and Lord Beacontfieldt 27 / 

Zulu Affairs Debate, 16 m 1 1 6*-29 m 12 a 
— Complication, 27 j 9 n— 14 /9/ 
-- Disaster, 6 m 9 a— 17 m 9 a 

War, 13/9 6-16 /^9d— 21/8 /"— 27/9 



b—S m 9 a— 10 m 9 a— 22 m 11 A— 24 m 9 a 
League of St Sebastian, Annual Meeting, 22^5* 
]«eaiiehold Investment Company, 28 /' 1 1 s 
Leathcrseller*s Company, Donations Voted by, 14 

Leed's Educational Council, Annual Meeting, SI 

>10a 
Purchase of Hunslet Moor as a RecreatittB 

Ground for 2 j 9 f 
Lees (Miss) Lecture on Training Nitrses, 1/5/ 

~ ^Edw. B.) Receipt Stamps, 3 m 6 rf 
Lefevre (Shaw) on Irish Land Tenure, 24i 6c 

at Reading, 31/ 10 a 

Lefroy (Lt. Gen.) on the Accident on Board tbe 

Thund0»'er, lO/lOe 

Steel for War Purposes, 14 m 8 c 

Legacy and Succession Duties, 1 1 m 5 « 
Note on, 7 in 7 j 

Legal Appointments, ll>9/— 13 ; 9 e— 13^ 11 
/>_8 / 9 /— IJi / 5 /— 14 / 1 J /— 19/5/— 20/ 
6/-'5 m 9 ti— 14y 6 e— 21 m 10 c & rf 

Education, 11 m 10/ 

ami General Life Assurance Society, 26 /"fi « 

Leicester, Debate in Town Council to Open the 
Free Library on Sunday, 19m 13 6 

Scliool Board Library Established at, 7i 8 rf 

Leighton (B.) on Friendly Societies, HljlOf 

(John) on Artistic Copyright, 80 ; 6/ 

Le Neve Foster (P.) Testimonial, 20/4 /" 

Lent Services, 25 A" 1 1/ 

Lepere (M.) Letter to the Bp. of Grenoble, 27 » 

5 a • 

Leprosy, Outbreak o', in A'ijante, 19/5 e 
Leasing, Proposed Statue of, in Hamburg. 24/ 5c 
Jjtrant Tiinfs, Now Publishing in London, 1 !/;*<* 
Levi ( Professor^ Wages and General Condition 

of tlie Working Clasaes, 6/ 7« 
Lewis (C. E.) on the Atlantic and Great Western 
Railway, 20 m 7 a 

(Owen) at Carbw, 4/11 6 

Liability of Married Women, 31/ 9/ 

Note on, 3/ 10/ 

Lilieration Society, Conference of, at Leeds, 6j^ 

c— 24 ; 1 1 /• 
Libraries Acts, Debate in Richmond about^ 19 » 

11/ 

Licensing Law, 8 m 7 /* 

New Bill on. 25 m 4 / 

Liccfued Victuallers Asylum, Annual Ball at St. 

James's Hall. G ; 9/-17 ; 6 «— 23 ; 5/ 
National Defence Xieague, Annual CoDr 

ferenco, oO> 10 fe— 31 / 6 e 
Meeting at Birmingham, 28 m 5 e 



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PAT.3IEUS INDEX TO 'THE TIMES Nli\TSPArKR. 



low 



T.iceneed Victuallers School, Annual Ball, SljSe 
Lichfield (B. of) Movementa of , 3 / 9 /' 
Iwifeboat Services daring the Past Year, 8 ; 8 a 
JLii^ht and Life, 9 ; 4 a 
I-Oly (W. S.) on Dr. Newman, 14 m 1 1 e 
Limestones as an Index of Geographical Time, 

*M) J 6 c 
Lincoln Cathedral, 20 f]Oe 

Proposed Art Museum for, 4 / 10 6 

Waggon and Engine Company, 3 « 7 « 

Lindsay (Coutts) Artistic Copyright, 2S j 7 d 
—7— (Col. Loyd) at Newbury, 8 / 10 c/ 
Linen and Wooden Drapers' Institution Anniver- 
sary Festival 28 / 8 6 
Lion Brewery Company, 6/7 f 
Liquidations, Notes on, 29 j 7 c— 80 ; 11 d^t f 
4a— 8/6<r-ll f7f 

Liquor Traffic in Ireland, 25 ) 6 c— 28 / 8 6 

—7/12 A-13/12 6- 20/10 rf-13 « 11 «/ 

Liaat Concert, 26 / 8 c 

Litchfield (Edwin) on Tides and Weather, 2(; / 6 rf 

(Edw.) What to Take to Zululand, 18/l0«/ 

on the Zulu War, 20y 10 d 

Literature and ihe Drama. 4 /*4 / 
Literary and Ph.vsicai Examinations, » »i 5 / 

Congress of 1879, Note about, 24 i" 8 c 

Note, 18; 11 6 

Lithofracture. Meeting at the Moonta Mines 

against '\U Use, 25/10 h 
Litiie (A. W.) on the Pedestid SUtue to Capt. 

Cook at Sydney, 21 fht 
Littledale (R. F.) Street Nomendatnre. 4 /fi /" 
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meet- 
ing:, 12 /"S b 

Commercial Bobberies in, 6 ; 6 c 

Dock Charges at, 1 m 10 </— 7 w^f 

Electric Lighting in, 13 « 9 « 

Institute, Lord Derby Sends £200 for 

Prizes, 17; 9/ 

Meeting to Re<liice Wages in, 3 j 3 e 

New Libdnl Club House, Lord Harrington 

Opens, 20y 6 0— 22 j 9 e 
PoUce, 27 /•9 / 

Town Council Refuse their Hall to BalU. 

Ac, 3> 4 / 

AVater Supply. 20 i 6 rf 

Workmen's Itiot in, 10/6 d 

London and Globe Insurance Company. 20 

SUndard Marine Insurance Company, 21 

yzs 

Livingstone (David) Unveiling the Statue to, at 
Glasgow, 20 m 11 e 

(Geo.) on Dirty Streets, 3 w 8 a 

Llandaff Cathedral, New Bells for, 18 « 8 & 
Lloyd (John) County Government, 25 m o f 
Prison Statistics, 1 j 11 /— 24 j 6 c~28 / 

11 € 

Salmon Poaching in Wales, 18 7 11 a 

Loan to a Minor— a Curious Case, 22/5 « 
Local Government Board, i fS c 
Loch (C. S.) on the Mendicity Society, 4 m \} f 
Locks, English and American, 16 1 3 c^24 / Gd 

—27/ Tic "^ 

and Lock-makers, 17 / 10 d 

Loekyer ^^Norroan) on Clirorao«pheric Lines, 30 

/ € <: 






Locnsts in Paraguay, 10 ; 6 « 

Loder (Uobt.) Charity Abroad and at Home, 28 

jUd 
Loftns (Lord A.) in London, 29 m If 
Lombard Bishojs Protest against the Civil Mar- 
riage Bill, 20/5 « 
London ( Bp. of) Movements of, 22 9 8 a 
— ■'- Association of Foremen Engineers and 
Draughtsmen, 1 7 m 6 (/ 

Assurance Corporation. 20 m 7 ft 

Fever Hospital, Note about, 25/8 « 

Financial Association, W f7 d 

Meetings, 9.; 6/— 29 ; 7 a— 30i 7 b 

Fire Brigade, King of Belgium Visits, 29 m 

Jla 

General Omnibus Company, 7/7 c— 13 / 7 

/— 26/6S -^ 

Guarantee and Accident Company, 31 w 7 s 

Home Rule Club, Meeting. 24 « 10 / 

HomcBopathlc Hospital, Dr. Quin'd Bequest 

to, 47 6 /• 

Hospital, New Regulations, 8/9/ 

( ity of London Grant to, 18 » 7 <f 



Institution. Lectures at, 2 ; 1 1 a— .4 / 4 /*__• 

10 / 6 /•-2l ; 10 /-— 25> 12 c— 31 ; fiy-4 / Gtf 
— 7/n /-ll/10c/-18/10d^28/ 10/-. 
10iii4b 

Labourers* Dwcllini^s Pa^iety, 10 m 7 c 

Medical School:;. 25 ; 6 s 

Musif-al Soiiiety. Formal ion of. 19 «# 7 e 

Orphan Asylum, Anniversary Fe^iivul. 27 

i«4 /• 

School of Medicine for Women, 4 / 9 f 

Small Property Trust, \h 1 \\ f 

Society for Extension of University Teach- 
ing. l'>/9e-20/ll a 
Tramways, »t€ SxchBT 

University — Appointments, 21 /* 12 a— 12 

TO 12/ 

Convocaticm, 15 j 9 /* 

(^lass Lisis, 30 7 10 /* 

Female Candiilates, 8/6 a 

"Lectures. 31 m lis 

Pass Lists, 18/8 a 

Past Examination, 10 /"lO /* 

Hicardo S<h<)I»r»hip. 15 / 9 f 



— and Provincial Marine Insurance Compnnv, 
I0j7 a-25i7a-4/7 d 

and Suburban liiilway Officials' Associa- 



tion. Annual Dinner, 17 / 10 / 
Long (E»lwin) on ArriHtkj Copyright, 20 fS c 
Loftg Life and its Caused, 1 1 w 8 // 
Longfleld (R.) Irish Tenant Right. 27 m 10 rf 
Lonsdale (Lord » Price Sale List of the Pictures, 

China, &c.. of, 1 1 »w 4 / 
Lord Clerk Register, Earl of Glasgow, the New 

10 w 4 /• 

Lieutenants. New, 15/9 /—1 7/11 /* 

Lord Mayor Placed on tlie Commission of the 

Peace for Dorset, 20 7 6 
Lorimer (Robt.) on the Krenco- American Cable, 

21 ) 7 a— 21 / 11 ft—*JO,a 7 h 
Lottery Schemes. 28 / 4 A 
Lowe (E. J.) on Binis, 14/12 // 
IyOwe( — ) at Cr(»yd«»n. I / 8 /> 
Lowless & 1^0., un llie Loss of I ho Pomnimnna^ 

31 ; 6/ 



^lon 



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[Jau. I io 



.JlToaey Market {' oitlinued). 

War Silver, 2 ) 7 a— 3 / 8 fl— 4 / 7 /i— 8 ; 7 

«-y >7f7— 10 / 7 It -14 ;■ 7 r,~15 /7«— IC ; 

7 n— 17 ; 7 rtr— 18 / 7 ri— 21 ; 7 a— 22 ; 7 ri— 23 

J 7 «— 24 ; 7 a— 2;") / 7 0—29 .; 7 «— 31 ; 7 «- 

1/7 a— 3 f'l a— 4 / 7 a-5 /^ /— r» Z*? ct-IO 

/ 7o— 11 / 7o~13 /7«— i4/12«— 15/ 11 

a—n/7 a— 20 f'7 /i— 24/7 «— 25/6 a— 27 

/6 a — 3 Ml 7 a— 5 m 1 1 a— 6 m 10 a— 7 wi 11 a 

'—8 m 13 a—n m 11 /— 13 m 7 a— 15 m 13 a 

—18 w 11 a~20 M 7 a— 29 w 13 o— 81 m 7 a 

-• Bills on India. Tenders for, 2 / 7 a 4 j 7a 

--9> 7 a -16 ; 7 ff~28 j 7 o— 30*i 7 a— 5 /" 7/ 
— 6y 7 a— 13/7 a— li) / 11 a-20/ 7 0-27/ 
6 fl— 1 m 10 «— 6 m 10 o—lO m 7 a— 13 m 7 6 
—20 m 7 o— 26 m 14 a— 27 m 7 a 

«— - Bolivian Bonds, 4 m 11 6—5 iw 11 a—6 w 
10 a 

Brazilian Bonds, 16 /* 11 a 

. Bullion Market, 1 j 7 a— 9 j 7 6—16 ^ 7 6 

— 1 / 7 c— 16 /' 1 1 «— I m 10 6—8 m 13 o 
> — Calcutta Market, 9/7 r— 24 ; 7 c— 80 / 7 6 
—7/7 6—13 f 7 b— 20/7 6—27/6 6— 6 w 10 
6— 13 HI 7 6—20 ,H 7 6 

Cape Loan, H f7 a 

* Costa Kic< J n 6/7 6 

Discount Market. 31 / 7 a 

Egyptian IXbt, 13 i 7 a— 277 7 a— 12/ 7 a 

Erie Bonds, 26/6 a 

Foreign Exchanges, Course of, daring the 

Past Year, 4776 

' French iientcs. 3 w 7 a 

— Gold Taken to the Bank, seeeveiy day s paper 

— Import of Gold, see every liny'a paper 

Indian Government Withdrawals of Gold, 

2I776 
■ ' Finance, 1 7 m 7 6 

Loans, 19 m 12 o- 29 m 13 a 

Jamaica Debentures, 25 m 1 1 a 

— - Manchester Stock, 16/7 a 

Metropolitan Board of Works Stock, 3 m 7 a 

Mexican Debt, 1 /7 a— 4 m 11 6 

Dollars, 13 j 7 a 

New Zealand, 31/76 

I'arnguay Loan, 8 w< 13 a 

I'aris Market, see every day's paper 

< Peruvian Bonds. 4 / 7 0—7^4 a — 15 / 7 6 

— 16j 7 6— 14/12 6— 15/11 a 

^— Kailwaj Debentures, 25 / 7 a 

I Railways, 1/7 6-8/7 a 

I Rates for Money Current on Foreign 

Markets, 3/8 6- 10.j 7 6—17 j 7 6—24 7 7 c 
—31 ; 7 c- 7/7 6— 14 n2 6^21/11 6— 7 m 
11 a— 14 m 6 6—21 m 11 6—28 mil 6 

•— Roherenanian Budget, 26 /6 a 

^— Rothschild Loan, 18 / 7 a 

Silver Maiket, 1 j 7 a—6 ; 7 a— 7 ; 4 a— 20 



; 7 a— 277 7 o— 30 / 7 a— 8/7 a— 12 /7 a 

— State of. in every day^s paper 

— Turkish Finances, 27 / 6 a— 1 ta 10 6 
Stocks, I /'7 6— 3/76— 20/7 a— 2/67 a 



— United States Market, 3/7 a 

— Victorian Banks, 6 m 10 a- 8 m 18 a 

— Virginian Bonds, 21 7 7 a—h m 11 a 

— Withdrawal of Gold, 1 7 7 a— 30 / 7 a— 31/ 
76— 14/" 12 «— 15/11 a— 27/ 6 a— 28/11 a 
^U m il a— 14 in 6a-iy m 12 a 



Monteflore (Leonard) Frcwlom in Germany, 2 / 

11 e 
Montenegro, News. 22 m 7 6 

liofonns, 21 m 10 d 

and Austria, 13 / <? 6 

Moore rTlios.) the Poet, Centenary of, at DuWiii, 

25 / G «— 27 / 9 / 
Monint(G. F.) Bnyonet in Zulnlund, 8 m 19/ 
Mo gan (G. O.) ( liurch and Churchyards, 19 ■ 

13 e 

(Osborne) at Wrexham, 7 7' 9 

Morlpy (I'rofwswr II.) on the Knglish Stage as 

it has bi-en, 4 i 4/— 10 7 6/ 
Morocco, Kiicape of, 13 / 6 a 

I eath of the Prime Minister, 14 f of 

Sultan Sfized with Paralysis. 18/6 a 

Morris (Rev. F. O.^ Word for the Birds, 3 7 »/ 
Morton, liose & Co. on the Bahia Railway, 13/ 

76 
Mortuary Chapels. 6 w 7 <l 
Mundella (— ) on English and Foreign Labour, 

16/ 10 rf 

*to the South Yorkshire Miners, Hj 7/ 

Municipal Corporationf Association, ADaml 

Meeiing, 22; 7 /* 

- Debis, Sd/Sc 
Elections, 20 m 11 c 

Bribery at LiveriKX)!, 1/12 a — 5/4 a 

Law in Ireland. 12 / 11 6 

Permanent Investment Building Soc c y 1> 

/7e 
Munton (F. K.) on Liquidations. 11 f7 f 
Muntz*s Metal Company, 6 m 10/— 27 w 7 « 
MURDERS :- 

Mrs. Ball. Supposed by herNephe«r,22 ;9« 

Mr. Biehany a Farmer, Found Dead in a 

Road at Loughrea, 6 / 9 /* 
Mr. Cooper the British Resident at Bbamo, 

I7y5r 
Arthur Dyson at Banner Cross, Arrival of 

Mts. Dyson from America, 87 7 6— 1 47 11 c— 

1579/' 

Dr. Ferraz. hia two Daughters, their Com- 



panion and a Negress, by a Slaveat Ilu S. Paulo, 
19 m 12 e 
— Eliz. Glover by an Ex-PuUceraan, at Bow, 25 

a Whole Jewish Family, at Jaalowiec, 18 f 



\0e 

— Madame Joubert, in her Shop, in Bae 
Fontaine, 18 m 6 6 

— Patrick Kearney, Release of the Acctued 
Murderers, 22/6 / 

— Claude Lacrotte, Discovery of the Trunk, 
&c., 8/5 6 

— Madame Leclerc, by her Nephew, 27 w 5 

— Lord Leitrim, 15 y 9 /— 19/ 12 6 

— Mahony a Labourer, at Ross Carbery, Cork, 
2979/ 

— Fllen Mather, at Bolton, 19 m 13 e 
Mrs. M*Cullagh, at Rooskey Gortin, 25/ 



10 rf 

— Wm. Metcalfe, near Leeds, 6 m 7 €— S » T 
/— 19 m 13 / 

— a Missionary in Africa, 12 f b d 

— Mr. Morris, at Port Orotava, 7 /8 c 

— Laurence Nugent, Shot at Molerick> 7 «|8 f 



Mar. 31, 1879.J palukr's index to "the times" NEWsrArun. 



m&if 



Mmdera {roniinKed), 

the UiKc^rs of the Kate Water on Clunese 

Waters, fiy U/ 
Briuget O'Uare. at Liverpool, 1 1 m 5 / 

— a J'urtner in the House of Jftpy JTreres of 
Bcaucourt in Iiis Office, lb m 6 6 

bigiior Peiemosiro, licar I'alermo by Rob- 

heis,2^jl2b 
Kliza Paton, in a House of Ill-fame at 

Liverpool, 24 m G/— 26 m Itf 6 
Mr. Jfenrose, a Missionary in Africa, 16 m 

12/ 
bin. Parryman, by her Son, 10/6 d— 13/ 

lla~21/9i "^ -^ 
Kevaro'a. Former President of Paraguay, by 

Five Assas-iins, S f6 c 
' Mrs. bamuel, at Burton Crescent, Reward 

Offered for the Murderer, 15 ? y/ 
Johu beally, 6hot Dead at Milnerstown, 12 

mlU6 

— Mrs. Senechal, a Widow Lady,at Pierrefouds, 
Sfbe 

Serafino a Monk, for Predicting Winning 

Lottery Tickets, 11 ./ o c 

Mary Sweeney, in Ireland, 22 > 6/— 24)6/ 

Marte leleriha, in Paris, 25 J 6/ 

Mrs. TiUey, by her Husbanil, who afterwards 

Attempted Suicide, 2G w lid 

Omar Thatcher, at Arundel, 18 / 10 d 

Mrs. Thomas, at Hichmond, 1! m 6 /*— 19 m 

13/— 28 m 10 e— 20 m 1 1 Z»— al w J I c 
Margarethe Voegli, by her heducer, at 

Sar»e«, 2 ; 5 6 
at Whailey Range, Note about, 2SJ 8 (/— 6im 

If—Vim 12/ 
a Woman, discovery of Portions of in a Box 

in the Thames near Barnes, 1 1 m bJ—VJ m IZj 

• see Thomas 

Attempted of Mr. Langley near Thuiles, 6 

Mrs, Cheale, Murder of her Child and 

Suicide ot the Husband, 5/11 u 

■ of Prince Krapoikine, 24/ 6 a— 26/ 10 a 

—26/5 d—Sm 6a 

• Mrs. Mulvany.by her Husband, who after- 
wards Committed Suicide, 22 / 6y— 2;i ; 5/ 

Mary Peardon, by her Sweetheart, and 

Snictde oi the Man, 20 / 6 /'— 2) j 6 e 

■ Henriette Picot, in a Railway Carriage 

near Paris, 14/5 </ 

Miss Smith and her Housekeeper, at 



Myrtle Farm near Pill, 9 j 10 e^il j G e— 21 
j 6d 

Mrs. Thompson, by her Husband, who 



afterwards Attempted Suicide, 3/6/ 
Emily Tripp, by her Sweetheart, who 

afterwards Shot himself, 4 w 8 a 
Supposed, of a Woman, near Glasgow. 6 m 

hd 

Music and Dancing Licenses, IQ fS a 
• — ill the Church Service, 1 ; 6 c 

, in Elementary Scho<jU, 7 J \> b 

' Foreign Schools of . 6 ; 4 u 

• in ihe London Board Schools, Sj 5/ 

inPUys, 21>0e 

I'rofcsiiional Kxuminatious in, 2i)j 8 a 

— ^ in Wurtcmburg. 24^4*; 



MusicaI Examinations, 21 / 10 y 
Mutual Life AsHurame Society, 20/7/ 

Fire Insurance Corporation, G m il) / 

Mythology of Fairy Tales, 4; uy— 11 j 4/— 7 w 

N. 
Kailors* Trades Union Dissolved. 22 ; 9^« 
Napier (Sir Chas.) on French Poliietiess, 10 ; 8 6* 

(Gen.) on Sir Charles's Opinion of the' 

French. 10; 86 

( W. D.) on Cremation, 4 ; 6 c 

on the Hanover Square Club, 11 m 8 c 

Natal. Note ou, 21/11 f 

Natality in France and Germany, 18 m 6/ 

National Art Tiaining School, lb m 12 a 

Association for Promoting Social Sciencer 

Papers Read before, 28 i 10 d~4 /6s 

Club, Memorial to Lord Beaoonsfiehl on the 

Proposal to Endow a Itoman Catholic UniVer-- 
sity, 11 /' 1 1 a 

Dental Hospital, Annual Meeting, 27^ 1 1 a' 

Discount Company, 9/7 a— 20 j 7 a— 23' 

;7c 

Education Union. 7 m 7 « 

Federation of Enginemen, 7 m \0 / 

Gallery, Refus il to Admit ChUdren, 11 / 10/ 

Annual Repoit, 8 m 7 e 

Note about, 13/11/ 

Re* Arrangement of the Turner Bequest,- 

17; 6./ 

Health Sotuety, 12 m 18 c 

Geneial .Meeting, 22 ; 6 c 



Indian ^association, 17y"9/ 

Liberal Federation, Annual Meeting 



at 



Leetis, 23 jSb 

— Life Assurance Society, 29 m 13 6 

— Orthopcedic Hospital, Annual Meeting, 21 
/{)d 

— Penny Bank, 31 w 7 e 

— Peristemnic Society, Annual Show of Pi-- 
geons at the Crystal Palace, 16 j 4/ 

— Photo-Mezzotint Gallery, 12 / 8 rt 

— Portrait Gallery, Closed for Alterations, 4 



/'9/ 



New Trustee, 6/" 9./ 



Provident institution, 12/7 /" 
Reform Union, Conference, 12 /*8 a 
Refuges for Homeless and Destitute Child- 



ren, II ; 11/ 
— Rifle Association, Report, 18 w 8 a 
Meetings, 26 m 7 d 



Steamship Company, 3 m 7 « 

'J'cmperance League, Mr. Gough Engages 

to Deliver Fifty Lectures for, 27 j 10 s 
Narnl Tactics, 26 ; 11/ 
NAVAL AND MILITABY INTELLIGENCE :-^ 

1 / 7 €—4 ;• « o— 8 J 8 6— 167 8 a- 18 / 6 (T 

— 22y 4 a—25 / 4 a— 29 ; 4/— I /4 a— 0/8 A 
—8/6 a-^Mf^ c— 16 /lO /*— 19/7 6— 22/ 
8 6—26/8 o— 5 m 9 a— 8 m 10 c— 12 w 10 c— 
15 m 9y— 19 m 10 a— 22 m 10 a— 26 m 7 e— 29 
m 13/ 

Accident on Board the Didtir, Sj 6e 

Ala^ka, Petition of the Priests and Peoplcr- 

to Ask the Aid of the British Men of War, 2i 
m 10 d 

11. M. Ship O^prrt/ Sails for. 21 wi 10 d 

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Kayal tbud Military Intelligenoe {continued). 

Apt>ointmerii8, 1 7 10 6^2 ; lU b — i j 10 6 

-6^11 /— 7> » «— « I 10 /— ^i 6 *— 10 jfaa 
r-11 /6</-18^««— 14/10^— 16> 10/— 16i 
6 6— 17> lOc-26 ;6rf— 21 i 10 e- 23/6 a— 
24y 6 e— 25 ; 6 «— 28 j 5 «— 80 ; 10 if— 1 /6c 
—3 /6e— 4 / 66&C— 5 /6 /l-6/10«— 7/ 
10 c— 10/10/— 11/ 10 «—ri/ 6/— 13/ 10 c 
-14/ 11/-16/10 6-17 /lOrf— 18/ 10 <f— 
lyy 10 c— 20 / 6 /•— 20 / iO </— 2! fb /— 22 / 
10/— 25/11 A— 26/11 e— 28/ 10*<n-1 m 6/ 
—3 m 6 c— 5 m 5 «— 6 m 7 e— 7 lii 8 6—8 w 1:9 
0—10 m 9y— 12 m ? e— 18m 8 a— 17 m 11 c— 
18 m 10 /— 19 Ut 7 /— 20 m 10 c— 21 m 10 rf— 
27m6a— 31 m 11 ( 

^^ Artay Clothing Factory, 8 ; 10/ 

• — — - Discipline BUI, 4 /m 12 c 

and Hegulation Bill, 8 ml)/ 



Estimates, 6/6/— 21 /5 /— 22 / 10/— 

19m9(/ 

— - Medical School, 5 fed 

Department, 17/10 c— 28^ 5/ 

Purchase Commission, 67 80- -25/10« 

Kecruitmg io 1878, 24;' 8 6 

Kcgisters, 8 m 7 « 

Surgeons. 22/10/ 



— Austrian New 6-io Bninxe Steel Gun, 2 j 
10 6 

— Automatic Firing of Naval Guns^ S/ Gk 
and Kange Joinders, 27/ 10 s 



— Bayonets v. Assegais, 19 /"lO c 

— Cadetsh ps, Successful Candidates, 8;' 10 s 
&/— 20.; 6 d 

— Cav:ilry Kegiments, Slimmer Stations, 81 m 
II 6 

— Commutation of Naval Retired Pay, 80 i 8 d 

— Court Martial ott Private Avery, 2/86 
un C^apt. Brine, for Neatly Causing a 



Deep Sea Soundings, Apparatus for Testing, 

2>10 6 
Devonport, Proposed New Naval CuKege at, 

10/ 10 J 

Deserters, Return of, 8./ 8 /"— 27 f« 6 a 

Drend naught Seamen's UoispitAl, Greenwich, 

Quarterly Court, ld;'6 c 

Annual Court, 13 / 12 «i 

the Dioarf, Trial of , 1 1 / 1 « 

LxaminHtions, for Cadetships, 21m 10 d 

EngUoh Guns, 6 ; 1 1 a 

Bursting of the 38-ton oh Board the 

Thunderer, Note on, 6 / 10 c 

Experinieuts to Ascertain' the Cause, 



Collision. 4/5 c— 17 /6 6—6 m 5 c— 7 w 6 f 

—8 m 12 e 

on Sergt. Goodall. 27 m 6 1 

on Wm. Taggett, for Stealing, 8 / 10 / 

— Deaths of Officers Reported to the Admiralty 

during the Past Quarter, 7jSe 
Reported to the War Office, 10 / 6^ a— 10 

/•10/--10IW 97 

in the Afglianistab Campaign, 4/6 6 



22 j'Sa 

— Experiments at Shoebiiryness, 19 w 6/ 

— Field Fire, 15 »i 5 6—17 m 12 6 ^ 

— Fifty-seventh Regiment, 20/lO'e 

— Fleet under Adiu. Hornby RetuVn'^ to Isnud, 
r / 6 rf— 24 ; 3 « 

OH 



13* J 



Naval and Hilitaxy Intelligance {ctnUinnfd), 

Fleet in Marthora, 22j4 e 

" Movements of , 6 m 5 e — 12 m 5 < 
d^U m 6 <f— 17 m 6 6—18 m 5 «— 28 mbd 

General Orders, 13 / 6 e 

Guards' Chapel WelUngtim Barracks, the 

Two Dukes Medallions to be Placed in, 22 / i»e 

Guns for Mountain Service, 10 J 8 c 

II. M. Ship Thunderer, Frightful Aoddent 

on Board, from a Big Gun Exploding, Killing 
Ten Men and Wounding Thirty-Two, 4) 6 u 
—6/11 d—7j 6 a— 10 j 11 /— 13 / 10 /"— 14 } 
fi /•— 17 / 8 d— 22 i 4 rf— 22 j 6 «i— 25 / 5 e-4 
/"fie 

* Courtof lnqniry,8i9/— 9j 10rf-2i> 



bd 



j 6 d— 4/ 6 c— 10 /6 <f— 1 1 / 11 /■— 20 m 10 « 

Donations to the Widows &^. ^^ j ' 

Funeral of the KUM, 22 / 4 </ 

List of the Wounded, 9 ; 10 cf 



Notes about, 7j 6 a—9j 10 rf— 10/ 10 

e^llj 10/— 13J 10 /■— 14/66— 16>8«/-227 
12 c— 25 7 12 c-28 / 10 /— 7 jm 7 «— 17 ■• 6 ' 

Ndlfce, 18 SI 10/ 

Report of the Joint Committee on, 3 m 



l\d 

Devtittatton, 21 / 10 «^— 4/6 6 

Dreddftowiht, Experiments, 28^ / 6 a 

Duke of WtUingUm, Fire on Board, 5 f^ 

c— 6 /10 s 

6V/f>n</, Triat Trip, 24 / 6 « 

Invincible, see Co vat Martial— Cafrf. 

Brine , 



Repuhe, 31 / 8 c 

Thttie, Fire on Board, at Devobport, 11 

m 10/— 12 m 12 6-13 m 8 a 

H^rreshoff Torpedo, 18 j 8 6 

Indian Troop Ship Alahbar, Accident to. 

26;6€— 28>6e 

In'specllons, 2 j 10 5 

Iron CUd Fleet in the Marmora, 2 / 3 a 

Italian Iron Cbds, 14 m 12 5 

Krupp's Guns. 287 5./— 17 m 6 /■-27 si 6e 

— ^ Lead Pufsohlng from Cleansii^ Ships' 

Bottoms^ 8ji' lOc 
Levees of tike Comn^ander-in-Cluef, 1/1^ 

6— 9/6 e— 12 w 7« 
— ^ Loading of Heavy Guns, 4 f^c 
^— Lord Napier of Magdsia in England, 13 /'>.^ 
■ Rumoured CoiAmander of the Expedition 

toZuluUnd, 18/ 10 c/— 20/9/ 

Marine Engines and Boilers, 24 m \0 d 

Military Kiot at Fkhiioutb^ 17 / 6 s 

— — Militia, Parliamentary Rcturu, I / 10 c 



Note on, 14/ 8 a 
Notice, 25 / 1 1 6 
Training. 7 ot 5/ 



— Miscellaneous News^ 10 m 9 / 

— Movements uf H. M. Ships* '3 /3 /—Oj 11/ 
— 11> 6 </— 17 > 10 c-30 J 10 cf— 28 j 10 6-1 
m6/— 12m7^ 

of Troops, 28 J 5 «— 81 / 10 c— 3 m 6 c-H 



m 



12e 



Mutiny Act and Articles of War, New DtU 
on. 14/ 3 c . 

— Naval Aidcs-de-Csmp to the Qoeen— Epi- 
tome of Services by, 9 » 6 « , 

r rii^ Money, 18 / 6 a— 8 m 10 rf -Iffn W a 




. 31, 1^70.] PALHSa's INDSX TO TQB *^ TIMK8 '^ MEWSPAPER. 



Hjjt 



Va^ml and HQlilaiy InteUigonoe (jcontinned), 

Nary Estimates, 28/10 A— 7 « 8 « 

New Magasine Aeooutrement, 19 m 7/ 

■ liange Finder. EzperimenU with, 6 at 7 s 

No-MaoVLand Fort, %j\Oe 

North Lock at Chatham ]>ockyard. First 

Stone LttLd by Mrs. FeUowes, \6j 6 « 

Oflloers Retired froaa the Army by Sale of 
Commissions, 9 / 5 e~ 10 /" 1 / 
daring the Past Month, 1*0 n 9/ 



— Ordnanee Corps, Notes on, 25 m 11 /*— 27 
■i6s 

tnd Line, Promotion in, 20 m 10 6 

— Pensions Awarded, 6 j> 1 1 /— 7 ; 8 e— 1 3 i G s 

— Portsmouth, Naval Barracks at, 1 y 10 ft 
Dockyard, Wages, 16; 6 a 



— rresentation of Colours, 10/ 10 f 
—— Prince Imperial Leives for the Seat of War 

at the Cape. 28/ 10 a 
'— PurJ.-ib Volunteers, 13 w 8 a 

' Rapid Firin^i and Heated Barrels, 1 7 m 11 e 

' Re<:ruiting. Keport on, 25 /* 1 1 6 

' Regimental Colours, 15/ 10 c 

— Establishments, 7 > 3 e 

— Ile8erves,15/10rf 

' Revolvers for the Cape, 7 m 8 5 

' Riflemen at the Police Court, 15 j 10/ 

— Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers, 8 m 
12 rf— 13 w 8 6- 1 4 »i 5/~ 24 m^ T 

Note on, 13 m 8 6 

MiliUry College— Successful Csmlidates 



Md 



— Sailor's Home, Lady Hall's Present to, 19 



•7/ 



Warrant, 28 > 5 s 

Sailing Pinnaces for Zanzibar. 31 f 10 



7 i'» c 
Schcx>l of Mihtary Engineering, Lectures at, 

30>lOrf— 19/lOc 

* — Scientific Corps, Note about, 18 w 12 c 

— Sentries ra Cold Weather, 26 >/i 13 / 

"— - Sergeants of Marines, Notes on, 29 ; 8 c 

•— ' Service and Good Conduct Mednls, 14 i 10 
*— 16 j 6 5—23 i 6 </— 30 ; 10 d^XjQ c— 6 / 
10 e— 10/ 10/-17 / 10 d— 20/O/-24 f\{)d 
— 19 w 7/— 81 « 11 5 

• — Ships on their Way to Natal, News about, 
13OT8a 

• — Ship News, 1 i 10 6— 3 j 8/— « j 11 /*— 7 j 
3*-8j 10s— 9;6«— 10y6fl— 11 ; 6 J— 13 f 
««— 14yi0 5— 16>6a— 18 ilOd— 20>6</- 
21 j 10 «— 28 j 6 a— 25 j 5 <— 30 j 10 rf-3l i 
10c--l/6c— 3/6«— 4 /6 6— 6/lOe— 7 f 
lOrf-.lO/10/^ll/lOs— 12/6y-14/10'd 
— U/'ll/— 15y 10s— 19 / 10c-2i/10</— 
25/11 6—26 /ll €—3 m 6 c— 4 m 10 a— 6 m 
7t— Ujw 11 a— 17 m 11 c— 18 w 10/*— 10 m 7 
/— 20 m 10 c— 24 m 6 </— 27 m 6 a— 31 m 11 i 

•— Short Service Act. 26 /ll s 

»-— Shot^holes in Ships, Mr. Harcus*s Method 
for Stopping, 7/ 10 i 

•-^ Staff CGUege, 9 j 5 s— 22 m 14 6 

- — Sundard for Gunners, 4 /'6 5 

»— Steel for War Purposes, Notes on, 8 w 10 5 

I —14 m 8 e— 19 m 10 5—20 m 11 c— 21 m 10 d 

^^22jal2/-24ai 11 t 



Naval and Military Intelligence {continued). 

Stores for the Cape, fij (if 

Torpedo Classes. 21 ; 10 «— 28 ./ 5 r 

Competitive Trials at Portsmouth, 7 m 8 

5— 14 m 11«<— 20m10c 

BoaU, Circular about, 1 1 / 1 « 

r ^^nguLir Misadventure to the Herreschoff^ 

Trial, 20/ 5/*— 21/5/' 

- Trials of before the First Lord of the 



Adniralty, 18 / 10 d 

— Twenty-fourth Regiment. Notes on, 17/10 
d— 20/*|0«— 21 /•5€— (i m7c— J4m» 11 b 
Colours, 19/10 c 



— Victory of Trafalgar, Notes on, 26y 11 a— 
28/5 / -4 m 5 f 

Figure Ueid of H. M. Ship Victory, 3 m 



for Cadetships, 8j 10 s 

Naval College, Lecture at, 16 > 6 a— 18 / 



Sc 

Navies of Europe, Return of. ]C>j 5 d 
Nt*a e (Charles) on the Long Vaciition, 13 i 11 / 
Kelson (T. J.) Lower Thiiines Valley Draniage, 

19 m 10 A 
Neiherlaiidii — Appointments, ZfHh 

Diplomatic News, 19 / 5 <— 18 m 5/ 

History of the llevolt of, in 1579, 3J0 Years 

ago, 23/10 a 
NeviUe (L.) Universities Mission 

Africa, 23/10/ 
Nevin (Capt.) liapid Firinpf 17 w 11 c 
New BruMK wrick Uuflfri^t. 31 tn H h 

Ciile<I<inia FiKhiing in, 9 / 5 d 

Musi<acreA in. 13^0 6—1 fo/'- 



to (^entral 



m a • 



Fraud, 18/4 / 
Guinea— Gold Mania Dying out, G /3 J 
Expedition in, 13 m 5 e 



Lectiunary, 22/12 a 

Law Courts, 15 w 7/ 

Mint on the '1 hauies I'liiibaiiknient, 24^ G s 

Piers, rSiHiOd 

rianet, 4 m 5 /— 1 7 w 6 f 

Ki\Xir Company's t-hsin*?, Snle of. >0 m \0 C 

Sombrero Pin s^ihati C «m^ a.iy, 2.) / 7 a 



NEW SOUTH WAL£S:— 
Anniversary of the 



Foundation of the 



Colony, 28 / 5 f/ 

— Chinese Difficulty at Sydney, IG; 3 5 

— Kngiish Crickefers in. 28 y 5 ./ 

— Exhibition in, 13 / (i c — 7 m o e 

— Kinanciiil Statement, 17 /G c — 7 /« 5 e 

— Gold CoiQe«l in, 22 m G / 

— Land Uili. 13jGc— 1G}35 

— the Maories in, \7 j nj 

— Miscellaneous News, G / 5 d—2\ m '» d 

— New Cabinet, 1 /'5 / 

— Prize for the IJest Poem o i the S^d.iejr 
Exhibition. 13 //• 5 s 

— Social Note in, 23 j M) d 

— Statue of Captain Cook, UnvolLHl in ]Iyd<» 
Park, Sydney, 2Gy 5 s 

— Strike of Seamen Continued, 13 ; 6 c 

— Supply Bill, 28 ./ 5 d 
New Street in London. 31 m II y* 



NEW ZEALAND :~ 

American Sithuon for. 31 j 11 e 

' — Appropi iiitioii Bill. 24 j 3 r 

Land 'fax Pivi»o>eil, 24 / 3 r 

MibCi-llaiioous N'cws. 7 in 5 e 

Pull Tax on ClUiiC'^c iN'upoded, C /'5 </ 



N^vv 



•>. 



VA^HKit's lyoRX TO ••the times • N'KWsr.vi**:!;. 



1»}m\. * ifii 



Ni'w Z<.'rla:ul — Railways. 1 f H f 

^4*A- /A-al.'jnd Agricultural Socictv, 2D ^ 7 6 — 30 

/7 / — I./ 7 //-(}/ 7 <i— 7 / 7// 

Ipsurfincc* Company. 20 flf 

I.oan ami Mcrcautile Agency Company, 18 

.) 7,/— 10./ 7 V 

Shippinc ("onipnny. 10 m/ 12 c 

Trust rtnd Lo.in Cunipanv Limited, 24^" 7 t 

— 2S ;■ 7 c 
NfWiill (K. o.) on the Weiuhts i»nd Measures Av't, 

Oy 4 /• 
>»'L'\vcji8tle. New Bishopric of, 24 w fi c 
Newdejjate . — ) »it Coventry, 31 ; 10 c 
Newfoun(ll.'m<l — nud;:et. 29 m 7 i" 
>ewmt»n ( Uev. Dr.) Address of Congratulation 

to, 2.'> /// 5 ./' 
Adflres* to. by the Westminster Chapter, 

21 //, .-| d— 2<S w 8 7 

Note on. 2."» / 10 // 

(^tf.red but IVchnej* a Cnrdinalate, 18 f^f 

Hcply to the Birmifighani Addre.H8.24w 10/ 

JU'soiutiousof the Catholic Union to, ontba 

I'jip.sl OtTer. 21 f h a 

- - TestimoniHl to 20 m 10 b 

N< «nh:im (Hev. W. ().) I'reutuient of Cafifres in 

Souih Africa. 15 m 12 d 
Nu".\h:ivc;» Harbour. 17 iu^ f 
Newspapers for Sick Soldi^vs in Natal. 18m 12a 
K£XT OF KIN -PERSONS WANTED :— 

'■ Ahi-rs. Krnsi. i^ f I h 

Alia way. Geo.. 31 i 1 f. 

Ainoit. J. M.. and Jane I'oss, 18 /'I I 

l}aj:null. KlizabctU, S /* I 6 

llailev, A.-hril. 1 w 1 6 

Lew in. \1 j \ h 

IJayley. Tboji., 24 f\ b 

Heard. PrudAMKu*. olios Johnfion, 12/1 b 

Hell. J(»hn. 26 t \ h 

lU'rrv. (). 1*.. 8 /" 1 /» 

i:r:.<towe. Rt Y. Kdw.. 28> 1 b 

', Brown, G. T., 7/16 

W. A., 22? 1 h 

Hnll. Cha*.. 7 /• I '. 



Burke, Luke. 14 m 1 h 

— «— iJv water, J«»Un, 7 ; 1 h 

Ciiballero. M. A.. 12 w 1 b. 

Camp. T. IL. M f'l b 

Chiiiou. W. L.. 22 /"U 

r Carter. Wui., I m 1 h 

r Chnur^y, W. S., 4 «» 1 A 

( hristie. KoUt.. iil j 1 b 

Chtrk. ff en lima. H / I A 

( libborn. W. 0. M.. H /' 1 A, 

>— (\)llier. \\m.r2b/V b' 

Conipton. Su^ianna. 31 ml h, 

Cooper. Wm.. 2t> / I ^ 

Court. E. and J.. 2 j I b 

(\,y, Kobt.. 24/1 b 

<Ntz«>n"«. John. 17/1 b 

r — Crat^^jft, Caroline, 22 »' 1 b, 

Clow, Kobt., 20 m I b 

- — Curtayne, — , 8 / 1 b 
•r — C-urtis. K. J.. 7 / 1 b 

Dnnit'l. Robt.. 18/1 b 

Dash wood. Wm.. 28 m 1 b 

r — Davis, P. J. and H. L., 2s / 1 b 
-- — pa^^soD, Carohue, 22 / I ^ 



Next of Kin, &c. (vuniinmil. 

Don el I, Frances. 1 f \ h 

Douglas. Kenneth. 20 in 1 b 

Drurv, Fred., 22 /' i b 

])urrell, S. J.. 25 /« I 6 

Kllingford. J<.hn. 22 / I b 

Enmiott, llonitio. 10/ 1 6 

Knnos. V, J., 5 ;» 1 6 

Falconer, Murdoch and Mary, .•»1 / I h, 

F'aulkner. Cbas., 25 / 1 6 

F'ield, E. J., 31 /I b 

Flynn, Timothy. 31 i 1 b 

Foster, Margaret, 22 in I b 

Gardner, C has., 31/1 b 

Gascoigne, Col., 10 ; 1 b 

Goodlake. W. H. G., Will of. 3 / 1 6, 

Gough. Mary, 28 / I b 

Grellier, Chas., 20 / 1 b 

Grove. Sarah, 2(5 m 1 b 

Ct roves, Wm., 1 1 w 1 b 

ILdl, Martha. 21 /l b 

Thos., 10 m 1 /. 

Hamilton, John, 28 f 1 b 

Harrison, Jane. 31 m 1 b 

Hobbs. W. J.. 14 / I b 



Hunter. Cnpt. Win.. 29 j 1 b 

Jurvis. J. S.. 31/16 

Junes. Ann. 10 /' 1 /> 

J idl. James, 28 m I b 

Keen. S. E.. t» m I /* 

Knigbt, Agnes, 3/1 b 

Koehler, Lt. G. F.. 31 m 1 6. 

Laidler, M. A., 15/0 b 

Lalami, Dris, S f \ b 

Lambert, Eijmund, 27/1 6 

Leedoni, Joseph, 1 7 m 1 '* 

Mackenzie, John, 10 / I 6 

Mageritina. AUa, i m I b 

Marriott, E. «.. 227 1 /-. 

Maion, Capt. Edw., Will o/, ^j\ff, 

Massey, John, 25/ 1 b 

Mayst'on, Henrv, i j I b 

Mordaunt, W. F.. Mj\ b 

Newnham. S. and R., 20 «i 1 b 

Ninham, Martha, 4 /" 1 A 

North, Josepl^ 8/ 1 b 

Oliver James, I j I b 

Orchard. Eleanor. 1 1 / 1 A 

Orgill. Phenev, 7/16 

Pan.yin-hn, -, 27 / 1 6 

Pecy, Jo^n, \Hj 1 b 

Peter. 1 boa., I jib 

Pettinger, Ann. 8 w 1 /» 

Pilkington. Edw.. 11 ; 1 6 

PuttreU, T. and F:., 25> 1 b 

Raymond, Chas., 14 «i 1 b 

. Reitch loser, Eliz., 17 «i 1 b 

Rico, K. M. L and J. G. D., 27 w 1 h 

Ricketts, W. 11., or Jeivis, Manage Certi-. 

ficnte. ? 1 A 

Ridgway» James 21 m 1 b 

S<-lioneier, Mary and Adolf, 25 /'I 6 

Selbv. Wm., 17; I 6 

Seymour, En una, 22 m I b 

Sheridan, Helen, 15 in 1 b 

Shrubsole, Hester, 8 m 1 b 



r Skillan, Jane, 7 ;« I 6 



i<h 



Siir. 31, 1S79.] 



pal3ii:r's ixdkx to " rriE 



TiM!:s 



ti 



NKWSrATKn. 



0-.f 



-Kext of Kin," &c. (mntinne*/}, 

Smith, Jane or Muirhead, 7 m Ih 

Smithwick, G. P., 1/16 

Southwell, Caroline, 10 / 1 6 

Spielamrr, Chas., '28 m \ b 

Spooner, G. R., 18 m 1 it 

Sutton, W. D., 18 ; 1 6 

Talbott, Sarah, 27 / 1 5 

Tedder, J. G., 18 ) I h 

Tennant, Mra. John., 9.; 1 h 

Thoo^as, Oea., and M. Maliphant, 31 m 1 6 

M. A., ly/ 1 b 

Thomson, (^olio. 20 ?« 1 b 

Tuc'ker, S. J.. 25 /n I 6 

Turner, Wni.. 7 »i I b 

Watson, Hobt., 31 ; 1 6 

Webiter, M. A., 15 ; I b 

Williams, Ehv., 11/1 b 

WilUon. E. P.. 25 j I 6 

Winter, Wm., 2i \ h 

Wiseman, Sarah, \\ m I b 

Woodforde, Mary, 22 m 1 6 

Wright. Thoa.. i;j / 1 b 

Niagitra Falls, I'roposal to Found an Inter- 
national Park Around, "2^ J 4 c 

NidiuUon (E. B.) English Pronunciation, a 
Lecture 10 m 4 6 

Nile P(»pulation. 2ti mid 

Nine Hours Maintenance T.eaguQ, 13 / G c 

NoUn (John) Case of. 1 m 9 e— .0 m 10 e 

Normal College for the Blind. :J j S f 

Norman ^^H. W.) from Tashkend to Peshawar, 28 
jOe 

- (Lx. Gen.) Englind and Russia in Central 
Asia. ai>8 6 

North British Australasian Company, 8/7/ 

and Merenntile Insurance Company, 27 m 

7« 

Wales Slate Trado, 13 w 10./ 

Norwich Musical Fesuval— Return of Profits, 4 

; 11 // 
- — Union Fire Insurance Company, 17 j 7 c 
Nose Kings, see Rings 
Nottingti.im Castlii Art Museum, 5/G rf 
' School of Art, Distribution of* Prizes, 23 j 

10 {» 
Nova Scotian News, 15y 5 c— 8 m 7 c— 21 mod 

—24 tHii c 
Norara, an Ossuary Containing the Remains 

of the Soldiers who Fdl at, in IH4l>, to be Un- 

Teiltfd on the Anniversary. 28 / 5 (/ 
Norei Action of a Clergyman, against a Cab 

Driver, lt»; II /" 
Noxious Vapours, Deputation, from the Alkali 

Manufaciuries to Government on the Billabout, 

6/6 « 
NuUy (Bp.) on Home Rule, G/Ga 
Nanus (T. J.) on Teaching Greek, 2 i 6 c 

O. 
Dccan Depths, 7 mi f 

Maiine lasuranoe Company, 17 j 7 i — 28 / 

\)ctopa8, or Pdolpe, 29 / 11 / 
^Msms (Jaiiiee) on Cattle Di8ea^-e, 30 ; 6 e 
i^;4fellowship, Manchester Unity, Meetiaj ^t 
iteadiuK. 21) ^' 6 c 



O'DonneU ^^F. H.) on the Home Rule League, 1 
ft* 1 

Official Appointments, 4 / 7 /— 18 ; 6 c— 22 / 4 n 
—23 ; 9 /— 25 j 6 q— 4 /O /•-7 f^f—^f C a 
— 11 f6f—\^ /^A— 2*2/ 9 €—26 /^tt— 5 m 
9 a— 12 m 10 c— 55 m «/— 19 •/* 10 a— 20 m 9/ 
—20 w 18 / 

Orders, 1 1 > 8 ft 

Ogam Inscription. 11/10 b 

Old English Decorative and Industrial Art, 17 7 

Oliphant (R6v. F. J.) on Crem-ition, I') j U f 
Olllvant (J. E.) Aid to the Piicairn Islandjrs 

l3/(;e 
Olympia, Excavations at, 5 / 5 f—M m 6 a 
O'Xcil (H.) on Artistic Copyright, \\j6b 
Opening >tuseums oil Sundays*, Moiionat Netting"- 

ham, Rejected, 4 m 8 h 
Opium, Im|M»rtation of into Japan, 7/ 10 c 
Onler of the Indian Eraperc, New Companions, 

\ lod 
Ordinations, 13 ;/i ll d 

at Lent, 24 w 10 c 

Orgnn Grinders of Hammersmith. 4 j 10 d 
Orphan WoikingScliool at Mui.lanJ Park, Anni- 
versary Festival, 20 /« 1 1 c 
Osborne (George) Cost of Wlieat- Growing in 

Ami'rica, 27 /ll r. 
0'Sh?iu>rhnes'«y (Richard) on Irish University 

Education, 27 j 4/ 
Ostrich Feathers, Market Prices atGrah.imstown, 

9;9« 
Ostriches in Australia, 7 flOc 
Outrngo Extraordinary at Carignan, 27/5 /—I 

/5« 
Orerseers of Lambeth. 7/6 rf 
Owen (E. A.) on the Fire at ihe Polytechnic, 12 

m 7/— 14 m II o 
(Sir Philip Ciinliffe) Banquet to at Willis's 

Rooms. 13 m 1.0/ 
Oxford ;Bp. of) and the Church AssfKialion, 'J.< 

Intends to Oppose Dr. Slx»pliens in Person, 

7/9/— 2.")/ 10 rf 

Conservative Club, Annual Dinner, 11/5 /' 

Indian Institute, Contributions to, 18 m ^ f> 

Donation of the Prince of Wales. 24 /y /* 

Libend Associations, Dinner in the Ooin 

Exchnnge, 16 / 6 /i 
OXFOBD UNIVEESITY : - 

Arnold Prize, 17 m 6/ 

Bnmpton Lectures, 17 m 0/ 

Calender, 8/ 10 « 

V.iiy of <J.xf<>rd High Schools for Boya^ 

Grant for, 6 / 5 c 

C?dmbe F!;\hibition8, 2.'i »* 8 ft 

CoMVOCfttion 21 / 12 a— 13 m 8 r 

Dean Irelanvl's Scholah»hi{>s, 25 m 8 ^ 

Degrees Conferred, 15 / 9 y— 31 j 8 a— 2^ 

/8d— 28 /8f— 21 n: 7 f 
Ele^tiohs, 20 » 6 f—ii j S c- 8 i € f— 29 j 

8 f— .11 J 8 fi— 1 /'S n-4 /• 8 A— 19y i$ u- 2^ 

/8 6 -5 M 5 €—V0 nt 9 /— 20 •« 10 

Examiners, 21 w 7/ 

Exhibitions, 20 in 10 <^ 

Grant to the Bimungham Free Libra^ry, \% 

//^«-2l/12« 



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PALUER's index to '^ THK TIUU ** HEWSPAPEB* [Ja«< t to 



(zford UniTMsity {roniinmdy. 

Hebrew Scholarahip, 20 nr 10 <f 

Higher Education for Women, 1 y 8 a 

— Indian InnJti.le at, 8 / 8 c— 6/5 

Lectures. 30 j 10/— 8 f 10 #—18 f 6 #—12 

m 12/ 

1..bcal Examination*, 24 im 6/ 

New Catalogue, 18 w 8 c 

Statutes, 8 in 9 e 

^- — Nominations 31 ; 8 «r 

Oratorio by Mr. Ilifle. 8/m# 

— — Queen's College— Curious CiMtom of Pre- 
senting a Threaded Needle to all Dining ia^ 2 

Royal Visit tOy 19 m 7 s 

— — Scholarships, Awards to^ 7 m 8 r — T8 m 8 e 
• Sla(> Prufessor^liip — Mr. Rusftin Resigns, 

17j6rf 
■ Withdraws his Resignation, 24 j 9 /— 

l/8a 

Candidates. 13 /'6 c 



SomerviUe Hal?, 27 w 10 « 

^— Uni.ersity Coniniissiuners, Bp. of Lincoln's 

Letter to» 8/lU« 
Meeting. 7 ni 5 f 

— — Vinerian Sdiolarship. 28 w 13 <f 
Voluntter Corps of, 19 / 8 a 

• Wetlnesclay Kvcning Conference at Wycliffe 

Hall, 30/ 10/ 

r. 

Pnge {T, E.) on the Classical Tripos, \9 m .' e— 

24 m 11 d 
(Win.) on the Westminster Qock, 24y 18^ 

— 4 tn 8 r 
Paintings on China, 8 /« 10 h 
l*alcentoloi?ical JWsi-overy. 7 / 7 « 
P:illi8C'r (1^:ilw.) on Cai>t."'i;ook, a w m /* 

(W.) on the Accident on the Thunderer^ 13 

;10 /— U./GA 17 m;« 

Palmer (Kdw. J.) on the Sovth Eastern Railway, 

23 ; « d 

(IJinde) Hypoifcic and Landlord and Tenant 

24 m C s 

(Lt.) r^cture on Iron Cbids, 18 /" 10 rf 

Papal J ubi U*o. *Jo m 5 d 

Paper, Ni-w Mntcrinl for. i'S / 4 r 

Parker (^Prufessor^ on th« Evikittun of the Ver- 

tebratifc, 11/6 /'-7 w '^ d 
Perlian lent— "Count Out" of Tuesday, Note on, 

20 / / 

Kloctions Bin. 3 w 8 6 

Ministerial Bills, 1 w 0/ 

Kew Goi'crnment BiMi«, 1ft fh e 

Private Bilis. 21 ;9 f-^Xh fh /—11m U 1 

Obstruction in tlie House of Conxnons-, (5 

/8rf 

Private Bilhaad Provisional Or^rs, 19/4 f 

Prt>ciKlure. 15/9 /* 

Public HillK in, 19/ 10 c 

Vote for Expenses for the Western Pacific, 

29 »w 7/ 
parliamentary Birtlvlay, 4 ?» 10 / 
Dinner*. 27 ; 9 /— 12 / 10 6—13/9/— C m 

9 /— 1H M 9 «— 20 wi 10 6 

'• Receptions. 8/9/ 

Keptirtin)^, 1 m 9 e 



PATJLTAMKNTABY PSOCOSiailNGB :-- 

Abercame Explosion, 18/8 « 

Adjourned Debate, 2B j 7 d 

Administration of Justice, 22 m 8 c 

Admiralty Building Progranuna, 18 si Ti 

AfFain in Bvmiah, 28 ai 8 e 

Afghan War, 18 / C/-19 / 8 «— 7 at erf- 

11 m 8 a— 29 IN 8 s 

Afghanistan, 15 /8 a- 29 ai 8 s 

Agricoltural Science, 29 at 8 e 

Hypothec in Scotlind, 19/8r 

Tcnantcies, 28 m 10 c 

Division, 27mSd 

Alkali Acta, 1 1 M 8 ^ 

Alleged MasMuire of CafFrM, l»/6 e 

Ancient MeoumeiiU BUl^ 15/86— 22/S« 

— 1 m8o 

An»y Kpserres, 21/8 6—22 fjh 

Discipline and Regulation Bill, SSfld-^ 

1 » 6 b^b m 6 «— 7 mi 6 6 & d— 2L mSe 

Estimates, 4 m 8/— 18 ml a 

Examinations, 1 «» 8 a 



Artillery and Engineer OfBeera, 28 w (» r 

for the Cape, 18 /'6 « 

Artisana* Dwellings, H»/8c 

Ash Wedni-sday Sitting, 26 /*7 e 

Assizes Bill. 2o f H a— 28/8 a— 1 » 8 c- 

6 w 6 //— 7 III 6 n—H m 8 6 

Baek-ta-Back Houses, 2lJ6h 

Bank Deposits, 2n f7 6—26 fie 

Bankers* BcKiks 1 i I, 14 /^8 */ 

(Evidence) Bill, 18./ 7/ 

Banking Le«fi9lation, 22 w 8 <f 

-— ^- Bankruptcy Investigationa, 2\ /H d 
Law, 18/6 o— 28 J 6 a— 4 m 6 o— 14 ■ 

7 rt— 25 m 6 6 

Bar Education aud Discipline Bill, 19/6 r 

— 2» w G r 

BeKast Union Workhousa, 2»f7h 

— Berlin Treary, 16 m 8/ 

Blind and Deaf Mute Children, 28 si 8/ 

Board of Trade Returns, 11 ai 6 c 

Book Post, 7 m%c 

Breechloading Ordnance, 16/6 « 

Cannon, 28/6/ 

Brentford. l«>lo'wortH and Twickenhin 

Tramways Bill. 22 »*i 8 r 

Brigtide Dejwt System, 28 /^ 7 <i— 25 si6^ 

Bristol Port Railway and Pier BiU, 12«8a 

Britieh Burmah^ 8 m 8 d 

Museum, 21 w 6 5 

- Buoyage, 11 m 6 c 

Burial Law Amendment BiU, 20/8 a 

Barmah, 8 m 8 a— 15 m 8 c— l»w8i 

Basiness To-morrwir, 20 y 8/ 

of the House, 21/6 cf— 25/ 7 c*-«r«i ^ 

on Ihursflay. 19 m 8 d 

Canadian Tariff, 19 w 8 c— 21 m 6 <f 

Canal Boats Act, 5 m 8 « 

Canvassing on Private Bills, 15 m 9 a 

(*ape M^iuntcd Putioe, 15/8 • 

Case of Jos. Abel, 21/6 d 

of Mr. Burr, 28 f% b 

erf H.J. DodweH^ 28 f7 c— 14 « 7 6 

of Michai*l Gilmore, 19 m 8 6 

of Wm. Habron, 18 m 6 /— 22 m 8 < Aof 



notictis — 26 m 10 c 



1.2: 



Har. 31, 1879.] palmka's indkx to ^ fHK times '^ ne^spap^II. 



far 



PtfUamentary Frooeedsing (con/tnue^f). 

(.:ase of U. •luiian. \o m S d 

of Joh 1 Nolan, 21 /6 c 

— of •' Martin v. Mackonochie," 19 ni 8 & 
of SteveDKon, 5 w 6 </ 

— ^ of James Swanston, 21 w G c 
of Theodoridi. 8 m 8 </ 

— Catholic Chaplains at the Cape, 2\ f6 e 

Cattle Disease, 16/6 ci— 19 fe c— 4 in 6 6 

Chard, Breret-Major, 28 m 6 </ 

Chefoo Conrention, 18/6 • 

Chelmsford, Lord, 15 m 9 lh-24 m 8 a— 25 

M6e— 26 m 10 c 

Christ's HospiUl, 29 m 8 e 

City of GlaFgo'v Bank BiU, 6 m d a 

Parochial Charities. 26 m 10 e 

Civil Service Estimates, 19/ S d 

Claimant, 21 /*6 c— 28 fij c 

Clare Castle Pier and Harbour, 21 f fib 

Clergy Co-Operation Association, 18 /* 6 e 

Clerical DisabUities Bill, 13 m 6 e 

Coaling l^espots, 18 w 6/ 

— — of Transports at St. Vincent, 15*9 a — 

28m6c 

— Colonial Marriages Bill. 1 1 »« 6 d 
Colony of Victoria, 5 m d d 

Commercial Treaty with France, 2B m 6 d 

Command in South Africa, 25 in 6 a —26 m 

ba 
' — Consecration of Churchyards Act Amend- 
ment Bill, 27/7 a 

Division, 28./* 8 c 

Conservancy of Kivcrs, 18/6 d— 8 w 8 a 

Consolidated Fund, 7 m 7 </— 12 m 8 a— 24 

at 8a— 25 m 6 «~1.'6 m 10 c 

— Rations, 19 m 8 r 

Conapiracy to Extort Money, 12 m 6 c 

- — Consular Jurisdiction in Cyprus. 4 m 6 5 

Contagious Diseases Ads, 1 8 m 7 a- 25 m6 c 

- — Continuous Brakes, 7 m6 a 
Footboards, 15 m 8 c 



27 



19 



- — Convention (Ireland) Act Repeal Bill, 
mSa 

Coolies in Grenada, 18 m 6 e — 28 m 6 e 

Co-Operative Stores, 4 w 6 6 — 15 m 6 </ 

Copyright Bill 18/6 s 

Coroners* Bill, 25/7 c— 19 m 9 cf 

- — Correspondent with the Kuram Force, 

mSc 
- — Cost of the Railway Commission, 18 ^ 6 < 
- — Counts Out, A m 6c 

County Boards Bill, 5 m 6 e— 19 m 9 6 

Mapa,21/'6 6 
Cremation, 22 m 8 a 
Criminal Assizes, 21 m 6 c 
Cnrroocy of India, 18/6/ 
Customs He-organization, 25/7 b — 28 m 6 c 

BUI of Entry, 28 fSb 
Cyprus, 21/6 tf— 25 m 6 e 
Pioneers, 28 m 6 </ 

— Dairies, 25 /7 a 

— Death of Shere All, 4 m 6 c 

— Debt of Oriental Governments, 28/6 e 
-- Debtors Act Amendment BUI, 4 in 6 a— 25 
ai6a 

— Deputy. Assistant Quartermaster- General, 
22m9d 



Parlfftmenfaiy PrOoeedinga (continued). 
— Declaraiion of Gen. Roberts, 15 m 9 a 

Despatch in Tlu limu of Mar. 12, 14 m 7^ 

Devunport Watch Committee, 21 m 6 c 

DinasMine, 19 / 6 c 

Diphtheria in North London, 25/7 6 

Disaster at Isandula, 14 jn 7 b — 15 m 8 a— 

18 Mi6o&d— 19 m 8c 
DUqualification by Medical Relief Bid, 22 

»< 8 c 

Dissolution of Parliament, 19 m 8 5 

Distress in France, 25 m 6 c 

District Auditors BUI, 22/8 a*-15 m 9 </— 

]A m 8 n~25 m 6 6 
Divinity School in Dublin University, 18 / 

6y— 25/7d 

Drainage Act (Ireland), 25 m 6 c 

Drummer Boys and the Education Act, 1& 

m 6f 

Duration of Parliament, 21 m 6 </ 

Durbar at Hazarpir, 15/6 rf 

East India Loan Bill, 2H m 8 € 

FreiKht, 1 1 m G J 



— Indian Railw«.y, 22/7 fc— 20 m 6 a 

— and \Vt>9t ludia Dock Bill, 11 w 6a 
Eabter Hecess, 2o m 6 c 

Eastern Roumi'lia, 7 m 6 c — 28 m 6 < 
and Bulgaria. 18 .->« 6 a 



— Ecclesiastical Salarit^s in India, 2\ f6b 

— Edinburgh liogiater House, 25/7 6 

— Education Code, 2j /6 r 

— Ejyypt, 21/6 rf— 26 / 7 c— 11 m 6 c— 19 m 
8 d^2^ m 10 c 

— Egyptian Finance, 22/7</-14w7c 
Election Petitions and Corrupt Practici#, 



18/ 8 a 

Return, 18 tn 6 /* 



Elejtural DisabiUties Women Bill, i m 8 cf 
Divinion, 10 m 10 c 



Employers' Liability Bill, 18^ 6 a— 18 f%m 

— 26/'7c— 18«i 7 d 

Enforced Labour in Cyprus, 18 m 6 • 

England and Portugal, 28 /'6 A 

English Subjects in France. 1 1 m 6 c 

]^4xamination of Scotch PubUc Schools, 15 

ni 9 a 

Exchange on Silver in India, 19 m 8 c 

Exchequer Lojds, 25 / 7 d—7 m 7 c — 14 

III 7 a 
Ext)enses of the Afghan War, 18 / 6 e 

Explosion on Board the Tkundaer, 25/7 c 

— 11 m 6 d^— 18 m6a 

Export of Munitions of War to Zululaad, 

15 m 9 a 

Factory Legislation in Ireland, 25 /* 7 </ 

Farm Dairies, 15/6 « 

Female Prisoners, 25 / 7 c 

Finance Commissioner for Turkey, 7 m 6 <r 

Finances of Egypt, 28 m 6 </ 

of India, 18 wi 6/ 

Financial Reform in Turkey, 18/6 a 

First Class Army Reserve, imSd 

Flogging for Libel in Jamaica, 21 m 6 c 

-~— Floods and Conservancy Boards, 15/6 « 

Foreign Tariffs on British Produce, 7 m&^ 

Steamers, 12 m 8 e 



Franchise and the City Guilds, 14 m 7 e 



Par 



^ALJIrk's iNDEJt TO '' THE TIBIRS " NEWSrAI'EK. 



[Jan. 1 trt 



Farliamenta^ Proceedings (^continued). 

Frauds, 22 f la 

Free Trade. 1 1 in 6 a 

Sir Bartle Frere's Despatch, 28 J 6 A— 25 m 

Gf— 2Gwi lOr— 28iM 6 c 

Friendly Societies Act, 21/6 6 

Gnme Laws, 28 m 6 e 

- • Gas Companies. 1 8 / 6 ^ 

and Water Supply (London), 21 m 9 c 

Gauge of Irish liailways, 18 //i 6 n 

GlengarifiF Dispensary District. 28 7/1 6 c 

Gold and Silver in India, 1 9 m 8 c 

Government of Ireland, 7 ?» 6 / 

Govemers* Keports— Colonial Possessions, 

4m66 

Grand Jury Lavrs (Ireland), 14 m 7 6 

Greek in Cyprus, l^ m S c 

Frontier. 16/6 e— 22 f7b 

■ Turkish Diflferences, 18 /*6 « 

Habitual Drunkards Bill, li fS rf— 18/ 7 f 

Half Fast Twelve Rule, 19/6/ 

Pa> Service, 7 w 6 c 



— Hall Marking (Gold and Silver), 6 m 4 a 

— Harbour of Famagosta, 22 m 8 a 

— Health of the Metropolis, li) m 8 6 

— Her Majesty's Ship Boadi tUy 21 »i 6 a & r 

— Highways Act, 1878, 14/6y— 2ly 6 c— 12 
m 8 c^l5 m 8 a— 25 m 6 a 



and Locomotives Act, 15 /*6« 



Household Suffrage (Counties) 5 m 6 e 

— Division. 6 ite 8 /» 

Hypothec Abolition (Scotland) Bill, 20iii 6a 
lUireatment of Coolies, 19 / <> c 
Imprisonment for Debt, 7 m 6 c 
Impurity of the Thames, %m8c 
Indian Army, 18 / e 

— Budget, 15 f 6**— 21 m 6 6 

— Civil Service, 1 1 w 6 c 

— Finance, 1 •« 6 c— 22 m 8 «l 
Division, 3 m 8 & 



— Loan, 29 »ii 8/ 

— Native Troops, 11 m C c 

— Officers, 217 6/r 

— Kailwnys, 7 »i 6 r 

— Taxation, 22/7 A 

Iidus and the Bolan Pass, 14 m 7 6 
Industrial Schools, 26/7 c 
Inspection of Board Sdiools, 4 m 6 6 

— in Religious Suhji>cts, 4 m 6 6 
Inspectors of Co»l Mines, 14 //i 7 6 

— of Irish Prisons, 29 »i 8 e 
Instruction in Mixed Colleges, 14 m 7/ 
Intemperance, 12 m 8 a — 28 m 6 e 
Intoxicating Liquors in Ireland, *2o/7 b 

— Division, IS m 6 e 

Irish Borough Franchise, 15/6 e 

Division, 17/86 

— Branch on the Treasury, 1 1 m 6 e 

— Church Commission. 25 i/i 6 c 
Temporalities, 21 m ii h 

— ConsUbukry, \S fl a— 21/6 c 

— Coroners, 21 m 6 6 

~ Fairs and Markets, 28/6 a 

— National Teachers, 1 5 /' 6 e 

— Paupers, 16/6 c— 28 f'S b 

— Poor Law Guardians, 7 w 6 r 

— University Education, 18 /'6 e — 15 m 8/ 
74 



Parliamentary Proceeding* {cotitinned). 

Itnlian Colonists in New Guinea. 25«$r 

Johnston. Mr. J., 7 m 6 c — 26 iw 10 6 

Joint Stock Banks. 14/6 /— 18 fe t 

Kew Gardens, 7 m 6 d 

Lancashire and Yorkshire Water Sappiy, 

26 /■ 7 /• 

Lark and the (htatfiv, 18/6 /* 

Law Measures, 14/6 a 

of Cyprus, 18/ j6/ 

Relating to Seamen, 7 « 6/ 

Bills, H IN 6 6 



Sir W. Law son's Resolution t, 26 w 6 r 

«-^ Leadenhall Market and Improvements Bitt. 

26/7 b 
Legacy and Succession Duty, 6 m 6 c/— II 

m Be 

liCgal Busmeis, lJ>/6 a 

Letter Carriers, 26 *m 10 b 

Licensing System, 12 m 8 c— 15 m 8 /— 13 

m 7 a 

Linked Battalk>ns, 14 m 7 5 

^ — Liverpool Lighting Bill, 12 m 8 5—14 m 7 a 

Loans for Public Works. 4 m 6 e 

LocAl Administration of Justice, 4 m G 6 

Locks at the War Office, 19 m 8 6 

London School Board, 11 m 6 c 

Longford Barracks, 21/6 c 

Lords' Committee on Intemperance, 21 « 6rf 

Ix>wer Thames Valley Main Sewerage BiMtfJ 

Bill, SmSb 

Lunatics. 1 4 w 7 5 

-i~ Mflharajah «>f Cashmere, 19/6 c— 26/7 ^ 

Mails to and from Peru, 18 m 6 /* 

Ma jor-Generals Sent to the Cape, 28 m 6 <i 

Manufacture of Arms for the Zulus, lom^u 

Married Women's Property Acts, 21/6* 

(Scotland), 6 m4a 



M*KcrUe, Colonel, HfSe } 

Medical Acts, 26/7 a -12 m 8 a— 13 m So 



—2; m 6 a 

Couneil, 16 /■6 s 



— Officers in Iri-h Prisona,26 / 7c— 28«i6 
Opium in Japan, 21 ni 6 e 



— Hon. Member of Meath, 22 m 8 s 

— Men-of-War Men, 1 1 >« 6y 

— Mercantile Marine, 26/7 c 

— Mersay Dock and Harbour Board, 26 / 7 < 

— Message from the Queen, 18 /'6 / 
Metropolitan Fire Brigade, 21 / 6 6 

— Military Expenditure at the Cape, 15 m 8tf 

— Militia, 12 m 8 5 

Finis, 28 / 6 a 

Training, 2J»/6 6 

— Mining Accklent, 12 m 8 e 

— Ministerial Statement, 14/6 o & / 

— Model Schools i^Ireland), 26 m 6 c 

— Municipal Corporations, 26/7 c 

— Murder of Mr. Ogle, 29 m 8/ 

— Mutiny Act. 19 m 8 a 
(Temporary) Continuance Bill, 18 m 6 « 



— Natal Contingent, \9 /Be 

— National Teachers of Ireland, 8 m 8 tf 
Gallery, 11 w 6 rf 

— Native Indian Army, 18/6 « 

— Natural History Museum, 7 m 6 c 

— Naval Kx|)cn(liture, 5 m 6 sf 



PHar. 31, 1879.] palmer's index to '< the times " newspaper. 



Pfcr 



FarliamentAry Proceedings Ccontutued), 

Navy Disciiilitie Act, 11 m 7 a 

Estimate*, 11 m 7 6 

New Membera, 26 ; 4 a—\ f 4 a— 14 /" 6 /* 

— 15/6 ^—22 f 7 6—22/8 6—28/ C c— 1 w 8 

<t—1\ m 6 c/— 22fn 10 a 

Canadinn Tari£f, 21 m 6 c 

Law CourtB, 19/6 c 

Mint, 4 11/ 6 6 

South African Papers, C2/7 6 

Writs, 14 / 6 « & y— 11 wi 6 6-29 m 8/ 



— Newspaper Correspondenta in the Field, 21 
pt 6 <f — 22 m 8 a 

— Notices, 14 A^fl & e— 14/8 4— U /" 6 <f ^ 
17/8 o— 21 flj'-'itj 7 <»— 24/8 6—26 f 7 
fl— 25y 8 a— 26/7 6- 27 /* 7 a -8 w 8 c— 21 
m 6 a— 22 m 8 <i— 26 m 10 6—28 m 6 & 

of Motion 13/9/— 14/8 d— 17/8 o— 



18/-5/"— 18/6rf— 19/6c— 19/7 6—20 / 8 
6-21/7/— 24 /"S a— 26 fl 6—26 / 8 «- 26 
/*8 «/— 27 fl e— 28 / 8 c— 1 m 6 6—3 m 8 6—4 
'4 m 6 6—4 m 8 o— 6 m 6 c'—e m 9 6—^ ml f 
— 7 WI 6 c— 7 m 7 d— 10 m 10 d— U m 8 6— 12 
M 8 6—12 m 10 r— 13 m 6 :/— 14 ai 8 c— 16 m 8 
^_17 m 8 a— 18 w 6 ^—19 m 9 «/— 20 m 6 </— 
—21 in 6 6—24 m 8 a— 25 wi 5/— 2G m 11 d— 
27 m 6./— 20 m 8 «— 31 m 8 a 

— Kozioua Vapours, 2 1 /6 c ^ 

— Occupation of Quetta, 7 in '6 e 

— Offences of Teachera, 26 f 7 c 

— Office of Lord Clerk Re^^ister, 19 / 6 c 

— Officers* Baggage, 6 w 6 ^ 
TraveUingExpenses, 14 m 7 6 

— Official (}orn Keturn, 5 i» 6 a 
Statistics, 4 iif 6 6 

— Operations in Khost Valley, 7 mGd 

— Orange Free State, 26 m 10 6 

— Older of Business, 21/6 d— 22 / 7 6 

— Orders of the Day. 13/ 9/— 14 f 8 d— 17 
/8 a— 18/TO /•— 19 / 7 6—20/ 8 6—21/7 f 
—24/8 6—26/8 a— 26/ 8 d— 27/7 «— 28/ 
8 c— 3 m 8 6—4 m 8 a- 6 m 9 a— 6 m 7 /*— 7 m 
7 d— 10 m 10 d— 1 1 m 8 6— 12 m IQ c— 13 m 6 
d— 14 m 8 6—17 m 8 a— 18 » 8 c— 19 m 9 d— 
20 m 6 d— 21 m 7 d— 24 »t 8 o— 26 w 5 /— 26 
ai 11 rf— 27 SI 6/— 28 m 8 /"- 31 w 8 a 

— Ordnance Corps, 26 m 6 c 

— OsbomA, 21 m 6 r 

— Out-Pensiopera of the Am^, 18 m 6 /* 

— Papers Relating to Turkey, 18 m 7 a 

— Parliamentary £lections and Corrupt Prac- 
tices BiUs, 21 m 7 a 

Keform, 4 « 6 c 

Keporting, 20 f 6 /T- 6 « 6 e— 11 in 6 c 



Parochial Boards in Scotland, 26 / 7 c 
Charities of the City, 18 m 7 a 



— Patents lor Inventions Bills, 19 m 8 6 

— Pay of Lieutenants in India, 14 m 7 6 

— Paymaster of the 3rd Hussars, 28y 6 h 

— Penal Senritude Act, 4 in 6 c 

— Peninsular and Oriental Company, 18 m 6« 
—26 m 6c 

— Perak Exp^ition, 26/7 d 

— Petitions, 14/6 m & e— 15/6 o— 16 / 6 d 
—18/6 d— 19/6 <i & 6—20 / 6 a— 2iy 6 a— 
23y 7 o— 25 /7 o— 26/7 o— 26/7 6—27/ 7 
ar^2S/ 6 0—1 m 6 a & 6—4 tn 6 a— 6 m 6 a & 



Parliamentary Proceedings (continued). 

c—i> in 4 a— 7 m6a& 6—8 in 8 o & c— 1 1 m G 
a &. 6—12 m Sa& 6—13 m 6 m— 14 in 7 a— 16 
mSn& c— 18 m 6 a— 18 m 6 </— 19 m 8 a— 19. 
at 8 6— £0 m « a— 21 m 6 a & 6—22 m 8 a & c 
—26 in 6 a & 6—26 m 8 a— 26 m 10 6—27 m 3. 
a— 28 m 6 a & 6—29 m 8 a & a 

Plague. 16/ 6 c & e— 25/ 7 a— 28/6 a &6^ 

Police Superannuation, 28 / 6 6 

Portable Intrenching Tools, 28 m 6 d 

Post Office Savings Banks, lay 6 < 

Presbyterian Cbaplaina, 26 /" 7 c 

Prevention of Klooda, 18 /6 a 

Prison Uulea, 14 »i 7 6 

Tradea and Manufactures, 28 m 6 c 



— Prisons, 26 /• 7 d 

— Private BiUs, 26/7 a— 28/6 a— 6 m 6 a— 
25 M 6 11-27 M 3 a 

Business, 25 f 7 0—26 fl ak 6—27 / 



a— 28/6 a— 1 m 6 a & 6—4 m 6 »— 5 m 6 a— 
6 IN 4 a— 7 m 6 a— 8 in 8 a— 1 1 m 6 6—12 m 8 
6—16 IN 8 a— 16 m 8 0-19 m 8 a— 21 m 6 a— 
22 m 8 a— 26 m 6 6—26 m 10 6—28 in 6 a 

— Privileg:e, 28/6 c 

— Promotion in the Navy, 20/7 c — 1 1 in 6 e 

— Prosecution of Offences Bill, 16 m 9 d 

— Protector of Immigrants in Grenada, 15 »i 8 c- 

— Pubhc Businefts, 19/6 a— 28 m 6 e 
Accounts, 19/7 6 

Health, 7 m7 d 

Loans Bill, 21 /* 6 d— 21 in 6 6 

Petitions, 19 /*7 6 



Works in India, 20/6 / 

— Punishment of ('riminals, 28/ 6 6 

— Quarantine, 19 m 8 c 

— Queen's Message to South Africa, 19 in 8 a, 

— Questions, 13/7 /— 14/8 d— 17 f% a— 18 
/5j'-20/S 6—21 / 7y— 24 / 8 6—26 / 8 a— 
27y 7 e— 28/8 c— 3 m 8 6—4 m 8 a— 6 m 7 / 
—7 m 7 d— 10 m 10 d— 11 m 8 6—13 m 6 d— 
14 m 8 6—17 IN 8 a— 18 m 8 d— 20 m 6 d— 21 
IN 7 d— 24 m 8 a— 26 w 5/— 27 iw 6/— 28 in 8/ 

— Racecourses (Metropolitan) Bill, 16/8 6— 
18/7/— 27 in 3 c 

— Railway Accidents, 21/6 6 

Carriages, 22 /* 7 a 

Contracts, 26 /* 7 a 

Gaug^, 8 m 8 6 

Material for India, 25/7 6 



— 24th Regiment, 21/6 r— 26/7 c— 28/6 6, 

— Regimental Establishments at Home and 
Abroad, 4 m 6 6 

— Registrars of County Courts in Ireland, 8. 
m 8 d 

— Reinforcements for Natal, 15/6 a 
for South Africa. 26 f 7 a- 28 / 6 6—14. 



m7 a 

— Religions Liberty in Bulgaria, 28 /6 6 

— Reply to the Address of Condolence, 14/ 6 a. 

— Report of Supply, 1 m 7/ 

— Rejiorts of Inspectors of Mines, 8 m 8 d 

— Representation of the City, 1 in 6 c 

— Retirement of OfficcrB from the Army, 4 m 6c 

— Rewards for Services at Rorke's JDrift, 28^ 
in 6 c 

— Riots at Malta, 21 m 6 d 

— Rivers Contscrvancy Bill, 2iy 6d— 18 « 6^^ 

76 



Par 



FALMBu'b index to " THE TIMES " NKWSPArER. [Jan. 1 W 1 



Parliamrntary Proceedings (^rontinued), 

Gen. Robert's Address. 2Bj6a 

lioman Catholic Chaplains, 18 m 6/ 

Royal As«ent, 15 m 8 /> 

• Commission, la m 8 a— 22 m 8 a & c— 29 

m 8 a & e 

Journeys, 22 mBd 

Marines, 11 m 6 c 

Rusfia and Turkey, \S f6d 

Russian Officers in Persia, 21^6 1—25 /7c 

■ Indemnity, 22 / 7 6 

— Russians and Merr, 21 w 6 c 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors, 6 m 6 rf— 7 m 6 c 

of Milk, 5 HI 6 c 



8alfordGaol,2o/7 6 

• St. Patrick's Day Riots, 19 m 6 e 

■ Scarcity of Grain in the Punjab, BmOe 

• Scientific Corps of the Army, 16 m 9 6 

• Scotch Judges, 12 m 8 c 

— Poor Law, 25 w 6 c 

Select Committee on Intemperance, 16 fSe 
Sergvant Instructors of Volunteers, 28/6 6 
Serria and Roumania, 6 wi 6 rf 
Sessional Onlers, V2 /'7 a 

— Committees, 28 ye a 

Ship Carpenters in the Navy, U mSd 
Shipment of Anns to Africa, 2\ m G i 
Sixteen-Shooter Rifles, 21 m 6 d 
SUvery in the Red Sea, 26/7 rf 

— in Cuba, 22 m 8 a 

Smsll Pox in the Metropolis, 26/7 b 
South Africa, U / 6 a— 25 / 7 e— 21 mBe 
African Papers, 18/7 a— 22/7 6—24 -a 



8 a— 28 m ed 

Pacific Mails, 11 m 6 5 



Specie and Paper Currency. 19 m 8 /* 

- — Staff College. U m 7 6—18 m6e 

State of Agriculture and Trade, 29 m 8 5 

— — of the Army, 5 ?/i 6 6 

^- of Public Business, 21 w 6 rf 

Stony Cross Enclosure, New Forest, 25/ 7c 

' Straits Settlements, 18 w 6 e 

■•— Street Accidents, 8 ;« 8 a 

Summary of Proceedings, 14 f 9 5—15 f 8 

/-18/-8«-19/8/-20/9 a-21 / 8 d-22 
J 9 a—'ltj 9 a— 26 / 9 a— 27 f% a - 28 /9a 
—1 m 8/— 4 m 9 a -5 m 9/— 6 m 9 f—7 mO a 
—8m 11 <i— 11 m 8/"— I2m 10 f—'lSm 9 d— 
14 m 9 a— 15 m 11 a— 18 m 9 a— 19 7/1 10 /— 
20 m 8/— 21 m 8 /*— 22 m 11 11— 25 m 8 / -26 
m 12 a— 27 m 9/— 28 m 9 c— 29 wily 
Supplementary Vote, 2S fd c 
Supply, 28 y « e— 28/7 6- 18 m 7 a-21 m 
6 </— 22 M 9 e— 24 mSa 

Supplementary Estimates, 36 /*7 / 

Report, 22 m 9 s 



— Supplementary Civil Service Estimates, 7 m 
7 6—21 m 6 rf 

— Supreme Court of Judicature Act Amend- 
ment Bill, 19/6 a .6 « 6 a^2o w 6 6 

— Surgeens at Depot Centres, 22 m 8 « 

— Teachers of Secondary Schools, 11 m 6 5 

— Telegraphic Charges, 21 /6 6 
News from South Africa, 15 m 9 a 



— Thames River (Prevention of ITloods) Bill, 
Im66-14m7«— 19m 86 
— Town Inspectorship of Belfast, 14 m 7 6 
7^ 



Parliamentary Proceedinga (continued), 

Thcodoridi and Paulo Gorlero, 28 w 6 d-n 

m 8 « 

Traffic Regulations on the Thames, 21 /Bd 

Training of School luspecton, 22/7 6 

— Tramways, 21 / 6 a 

Transports Coaling for the Cape^ 14 « 7^ 

of Indian Troops, 19 m 8 6 

Service, 28/6 6 

Treaties with Afghanistan, 14 m 7 6 

with the Khan of KheUt, 11 m 6 6 

Treaty of Prague. 21/6 6— 25y 7 c 

Trial and Conviction of Seth Evans, 8 si 80 

Trinity College. Dublin, \i m 6 d 

Troops at the Cape, 15/6 6—19/6 6 

in India, 18 / 6/ 

for South Africa, 7 mBd 

Turkey, 21/* 6 c 

and Russia, 25 m 6 6 



Tnrkiith Finance, 21 /*6 c 
— Loans. 28/6 6—22 mSd 
University of Dublin, 28 m 6 a 
Vaccination Acts, 28 m 6 c 
Orders, 22 m 8 s 



Valuation of Property Bill, 1 m 7/— 22«i9fl 

Vnntjuard^ 18 m 6 / 

Ventilation in the Court of Queen*s Bench, 

11 m 6 6 

Viceroyalty of Ireland, 18 /'6 « 

Volunteer Organization, 16/6 a— 19y 6a 

Volunteers, 22/7 a— 16 m 8 a 

Wantage Tramways Company, 5 mBd 

War Office Contracts, 7 m 6 c 

in South Africa, 26 m 8 o— 28 m 6 < 

Division, 27 m 3 d 

Warlike Stores for Mozambique, 14 » 7 6 

Water Companies Bills, 21 f6 6 

Waterford Harbour Board, 7 mBd 

Ways and Means, 1 m 7/— 4 m 7/ 

Wellington College, 6 m 6 rf 

Wesley an Chaplains, 26/7 c 

West Donegal Railwjvy Bill, 12 m 8 a 

India Mail Contract. ID m 9 a— 26 « 10 c 

Wine Duties, 19 m 8 rf 

Wines of Spain and Portugal. 22 m 8 d 

Workmen's Compensation Bill, 29 m 8 a 

Yakoob Khan, \i mBh 

• Yeomanry, 6 m 6 c 

Zulu Army, 14 /'6/— 15 fBs 

Armaments, 21/6 a 

Debate, 18 m 7 a 

Negotiations, 21 f7h 

War, 21/6a&d— 22/'7a— 28/6a46 

— 2 m 6 c— 4'm 6 6—7 m 6 #—11 m 6 <4 fvo 
noare«— 12 m 8 6—15 m 8 c/~15 m 9 a— 23 m 
8 a— 26 m 6 o— 29 m 8 / 

Zululand, 19 m 8 c 

PARLIAMENT ABY SPEECHES:— 

•»♦ When the Speech of a Member is required 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
aubject under Parliamektart Procekoikos, il 
can be seen at once by the reference answering 
to than affixed to the Speaker's name. 

Corrections, IS fS a— 3 m 8 6— 6 m 4 ff— 8 

m 9 «— 12 m 10 a— 14 m 8 6— 15 m 9 €—17 m % 
o— 24 m 8 a— 81 ai 8 a 
Acland, Sir T., 26 m 1 1 q 



Mw. 31, 1&79.J PAL-WKlfs WfUEX TO ** TlWfi Tl>iafi6 " N^wsrAi'im. 



ap^ 



PftTiiamentary Speeches {< ontinuedy, 
-^— Anderaun, — , <> ;,» 4 <i 

Arbuthnor, Col.. 4 w 6 r— 15 m%h 

Ashley, —, 2y w i> / 

Attorney-Geiioral, 21 m 7 a— 22 m if rf— 26 

M 7/— L'7 //I 3 /> 

for Ireland, U m 8 a 

Balfour, -, 20/* 6 /I 

Barclay. J,. 26 m lO-e 

Bartlelot. Sir W., 4 m 7 rf— o m 8 a 

Baxter. —, VJ fdd 

Bcaconsfield Eail, 14 / G a— 19 i« 8 a—2Q 

m 9 f—20 mHc 

Belinore, Eaii of , 7 w 6 o— 28 mOa 

Bentinck, — , 11 m 7/ 

Beresfurd, Lord C, 1 1 w 6 /* 

Beresford-llope, — , 20 / 6 ^ -27 / 7 i— 8 

m ft 

Birley. — , 12 m 8.« 

Blacliford Ix>rd. 2r. m ^ « 

Blenne.}haj$.^etL — , loj 7 b — qju 8 b — '9f m 

»/ 

Bourke, — , 19 w 8 rf— 25 w « 

Bras^ey, — , 1 1 i« 7 </— 2.> m 7 d 

' — Bright, — , ! in 7 <! 

Brists Col. U., 2G ;« 10 e 

Bristowe. — . !) /« H « 

• Bury, Vi&cuunt, 15 /'C «--l m G «-— 5 <*< C b 

— 15 M H h 
Cadoj^an, Kad, 24 / € c— 15 /<} «,— 21 /'G a 

—26 /w « r 

- C'anibridjre, Duke of. 5 m (i b~2T) m a 
■ ('anieron. Dr.. Ki »« (i 6 

Campbell. Lord C, 29 ;/i 10 h 

' Sir G., 22/7 /— 28 / 7 c -1 w 7 A— 14 w 

Caiiipbell-Banneriwan. 4 w 7 ^/ — 15 w 9 </ 

("arnarvoii, Karl, 14 /<» fi—'H\ w 9 u 

Cart VI right, — , 22/7 //— 19 m 8 d 

' Ci'cil, Lord E.. 28 / 7 ^/ 

Chamberlain. — . 15 / 7 e — 2^ w 7 e 

Chancellor of the Exehequer. 14/ «! /'— 14 

/8 tf— 15 /*« a— 18 / 7 r— 21 / Ti /— 21 /" 7 r - 
22/ 7 «— 20/ 7 €—28 / G '/ Hc'e.— i m G (—6 m 
H d—S m 8/— 14 m 7 e—\U ,u 8 / -2G m 1 1 c 

C*4iaplin. — , 2^.* m H) /— r.i m 9 / 

Childors. — . 28 / G /' 

( hurchdl, Lord U., 15/7 c 

Courtney, — , 5 m 8 c — 8 m ^ d 

' Cowen, — , 21 /'G e 

• (^ranbrook. Viscount, 2G m 8-c 

Croisg, —, 14/8 a— 27 /"7 c— 15 m 9 « 

I)e la Warr, Earl, 18 /c «— 25 /« G « 

-- — Delahunty, — , l\i w H /* 

Jiilke. hir C, 14 /* 7 « -5 ;// 7 «— 21 w 7 6 

— 25 m ii c — 2i tn ij e 

' Dillwyn. — , 19 /G d 

' Dodaon. — , 21 / 7 d -28 / 7*— 25 m 7 d 

Duff. Grant, 1 /a G rf 

■ Egerton, A., 1 1 la 7 a 

VV.. 20 / 6 c 

Elcho, Ixjrd. 20 w 6 o 

■ Elphin.itone, Lord, 18 m C k 

- Elliot, hir G., 25 m 7 c 
' Fawc'Ctt, — , 1 M (J c 

' Fitzinaiirice, Lord E., 19 ;a 9 <; 

~ J!jortt;ai:ue, Earl, 1 <a Om 



I 



FarliaiDontary Speeclies (rouimued). 

Eorster, \V E., 15/ 7 «— 6 /« 9 </-12 m 9 b 

— 25 m 7 b 

Goldnev. — , 13 ?w 6 c 

Gtildsniid. Sir J.. 25 »i G-e 

Gordon, Sir A.. 28 wi 7 d 

Goschcn, — , 1 1 JN 8 ri 

Granville. Eafl. 14 / G //— 26 in 10 a 

Gmy, — , 15/G/ * 

Gregt»ry. — , 22 m 9 a 

llaiuilton. I^ord (J..-5 m G-i 

Lord G.. 13 //I G6 

Han bury. — , 8 «/ 8 /'— 29 m 8 / 

Hankey, 19 / G</ 

llarcourt, Sir W., 14 /*7 i— 21/G rf— 4 ia7 



« — 2^i m 7 <e 

tiartinirten, MarqR)« of. 14/7 d — 15/7 /" 

— 18/7 «— 5 in 8 « — 12 m 9 /— 15 m 8y'— 2G /a 
II b 

Hntlicrlej', I-^Md, 4 m (> a 

ILenniker. Lorl. 7 /// G b 

Henry, iMitehell, 28 / G c 

Hervey, Lord F.. 2.» / G //— 12 m 9 c 

Hicks- Bi'acli, Sir M.". 28 m 7/ 

Ilollaiul. Sir 11.. 29 w 10 •! 

HiJiDS. »!., A m i) d 

11 op wood. — , 1 1 i;< 7 « 

Howard. E., 2G / 7 / 

llid'bard. — . J 7 / .7 r— .1 ui 7 f 

• HiinUy. M.inju.ji of. I'tJ '» s It 

flnim-.'*, — , 14 /// 7 r — J',) m '.• /" 

Sir II.. U / 8 ,i—i< m \) r -11 fi, 8 f. 

Keni'jilv. l)r. '11 m 9 < 

Keniisuvav, Sir, .).. \1 m M f 



Kiinlnslev. ICari. i+ / 



«• f- J.\t HI 



1) <l 



Ivnsi cldudl-Hu.i;t'SH»n, — , .1 / G« —28 ;i, 8 i 

LmIii^. — , 1 tn (i P, 

Laii« iowiK* Miiujiiis of, *2i) tn 8 a 

Law, — , 15 / 7 a 

LawrciK'e, Sir T.. 7 /// G d 

LuwKoii. Sir U'., 12 /// 8 /; 

Leaihiin. - -. 5 m 7 / 

Lechniere. Sir E., 25 m 7 h 

Leiu[hiot), — , 5 III 7 / 

Lewis. (!., J5 / ii / 

Jilovd. S.. '^G /■ 7 d 

Lon^^onl. Karl of. l5j./86 

Lonl Adv icale, 20 /», <* r 

ChjimMtilor. 18 /G u — \ii J G.a— 4 m G u — 

6 /« G a — 2.> m G fc * 

Lowe. — , 19 / G<— 5j« S •» — 2i» /« 9 « 

LowiUer. J.. 14/8 ♦•--i5/7y— 7 in '^ a 

Maciluff. Vidctiuut. 20 w» i; // 

Maiicliestv'r. Duke wi. 18 m <; /• 

iMarieu. — , 20 / G r — 2s ,,/ 7 d 

M'Ki'Uza, Sir J.. 2G / 7 » 2 7 w^ ;i n 

Mi-Kli>ii. — , 15 /G* 

Mills, A., 1 in G d 

.Mouia-iu. Liird U., li) /'t' / 

Morj^aiv, Oshwriie, 2 » / fl . —22 /« J* «r 

Mure, Col.. 4 m 7'r — i< m 7 r 

- ^iapier of Ma;j(i:d:i. l.uni, 1 1 ni G u 

Newd»'g.ite. — . 2 7 / ', i> — { m G / -»* ,» ,i m 

iSuei. G.. 7 nt <*• f 

Ntiflan. .M;ij )r. 2S / U /' 

>iorl«>n. L«>,d. 21 » m « // 

3ii>rwoad, — J 11 iu J u 



Par 



FALM Kit's INDEX TO »• TIIK TIMES '* NEWSrAPKH. 



[JaD. 



to 



rariiam. utary Speeohei (nnfhtueJ), 

U Dutii.eJ. — , 14 /w 7/ 

Onslow, — . 1 .71 G a 

r:a«l of. 22 w 8 a 

O'Hnlly. — . 14 M 7 d 

O'Shaughiiessy, — , U /'S u — 15y 7 e — 7 m 

0/- 

]\\A. Sir K.. 15 r« « e— 29 «; y 6 

IVn-y l?liul, 1*,^ m J c 

l'hipj.s. — . 2« irt iO(/ 

• I'liiikft, Lord, 2S #w a 

I?.iikes, i\ J 1 f»— rt w, y 6 

Rdi libone. — , '11 flu 

Head. — . 26 « 10 / 

Uichaiond ai.d (aoHon, Duke of, 15/6 c — 

•JG / 7 /;— » i/» a 11—22 M 8 c 
Kiillcy. Mr M. W., 12 m 1) a 

Kiptin, MarquL< ot, 12 m tf a 

lioilucll, — , 12 w U</ 

Ku8 ell. Sir C, 2D //i 9 e 

. Kxliinds, — , 18/7 f— II wi 7 /' 

^Hli<>bury, MarquU of, 22 m 8 6 — 26 m 9 < 

Saiiiuc'bon. U., 2G m 10 c 

n., 14/7 «— 25 w 7 c 

Sariilou, Lord, 16 m 8 r— 26 w 11 5 

• Sclater-BtKith. — , 1 »i 7 /— ly m « h 

ISclwyu-lbbetson, ^ir 11., 10/ C «— 12 m 9« 

feh.iw-Lefevi-e. G. J.. 1 1 w 7 e 

Simon, Scijeant, 22 m 9 h 

Siniih. \S. II.. M/7 e— II m 0«— H ml b 

— 11 m 8 a 
. — Siiiollotr, — , 15 flc 

Soinorsit. Duke of, 18 m 6 «— 22 «t 8 a 

Stiifhopi*. K.. 1 m 7 o— 28 ;« 8 t 

bianli'>\ Col.. 14 / 7 r--28/7 « & <f- 4 in 6 

(i &y— 16 /w y f -18 m 7 A— 29 m 10 c 

Slansfeld. — . 12 w« 9 e 

Sullivan. — . 28 / 7 r— 12 /w 9 « -14 ;/i 8 o 

Talbor, J.O.. v6/"6«? 

Tlinrlow, Lord, 15 ui S a 

— - Trevi'lyau. — , 5 wi e 

Truro. Lord. 19 m 8 u 

Vanb-Agnuw. — , 20 m 6 a 

Waddjr, — , 22 » y r 

Walter. — , 27 ^ 7 f» 

Whi-elhouse, ;'i »# 7 «— 12 w 8 /* 

Yorke, K.. 21 / 7r 

ranii'll (— ) on Honit* Rulo. 19 w 7 « 
l'urtiier>hip8 Dissolved, iet eucry We-tuesdays and 

Sutardi-y's paper 
VH8Spc»rt», 25 / 1 1 r 

Notice about. 7 w 9/ 

TatHi^oMiaii Islmds, C'olonizaiion of, 7 / G^ 
I'/isei.t Nut and ISolt ('uuipttn}, 27 / G^ 
Talents. NwW Bill, 26/ lie 

Lii«i8. No»e on. 14 / 6 «? 

I'aterson (Mrs.) on W«»nien*§ In-lnstry, 17 w 6 c 
Fatrioiic Fund, Note about, 28 m 9 a ' 
I'auptrlieVfU. I /Gr 
T.:uperi^nl. SiHtenient of. 8/7 b 

in IScoiliind, 19 / 9/ 

lawsdn HiH! ( onipnny. Meeting. 18 / 7 /* 
i'avin); lor Bllsi Hou^hr on C'lmn^. 21 »< 116 
Frt>n€ C\V. J.) Coionets Hill. 26 / 12 c 
IVnUKly Donation Fund, U<']K»rt. 20 fU b 
iVuce (C has.) Memoir of 26 / 10 ^< 

1) V ing ConfuMiuu ulj 26 /' 10 c 

id 



Poace. the Banner Cro^s M urdorer, set Polick 
Pearson (Jas.) on RqiiiiK«c'ti:il 1 i.Ics, Gm 11 <' 
Peel lUver Land and Mineral Company, 4 j 7f 
Pell (Albert) Out-IMiif and Pensions, 24 fU f 
Peninsular aiui Oriental Steam Navigation Com- 
pany, Note on, 19 m 13 */ 
Penny Bank Failure. 2."» / 10 /* 
Perry & Co., Liniilevl, 19/ 11/ 
Persia and its Milii^irv Resource^ 10 m /' 

Austrian and Russian Ot&cers Drilling the 

Troops of. 1 7 / 6 a 

Kliolour Surreitderod to, 18/5 « 

Personating a Vo«er. 23 j Gf 

Peru, Afrsas ination of Mr. Pardo, 9^6 6 

Insecurity of Life in 9 / 6 A 

Petechia, Prevalence of, in Lonibardy, 28 ^' 5 & 
Peter's Pence. Falling off of. 20 ; 6 a 
Peterborough ^^Bp. of) on Fanning Expenses, 3 

;36 
Petroleum as Fuel, Experiments at Brooklyn, 22 

j4d 

Spring at Pohar, 18 m 5 a 

Pert (E. P.)on Birds, 9./ 10 e 

Pew Rents, Annual Sale at Brooklyn Church, 31 

? 4 / 
Pharmaceutical Society, Lectures before, 9 j 5 / 

— 16.;6rf 
Phene (D^O ^" ^^^^ Cave of the Oracle at Delphi, 

8 m 6 /* 
Phillips (Major) on the Siege of Jhansi, 26y^ U b 
Phonetic 8i)ellmg, 6 /' i 1 c 
Phonograph. Iniprovcnienta in. 20/ 10 e 

Tasimeter, and the Curban Telephone, Mr. 

Barrett's Lecture on. 2 ; 11 a 

Phospho-Guano Company, Limited, 24/7 e 
Photogmph Facsimiles, 31 m 12 a 
PhoUigraphy. Notes, lO > 6 ./— 21 ; 6 6—24/ 4 # 

of Animals in Motion, iJi nt IS e 

Phylloxera, Notes on. 8./ 11 6-12/6/ 
Physicians, lU»yai (*olIege of. Meeting to Con- 

siller about the Plague Reported in the East. 

13/ 9/ 

Endowed LecCnrea before, 15/ 8 c 

Lectures, 8 w* 7 e 

Notice, 20./ 10 « 

Swiney Prije, 13 a 9 e 

Pianoforte Music, a Boy of 15, named Fazio, 

Performing in Rome, 20/ 5 (/ 
Pictet (Raoul) Honorary Distinction Conferred 

on. 6 i 6 rt 
Piedmont. 200 Schoolboys Revolt and Eacape 

from Throndovi in, 27/ 5 /— 28 / 6 5 
Pigeon Show at Fife, the First Prize Valued at 

£100 Stolen from its Pen. 3i 7/ 
Pigs. Kpideinic am<mg, 3 / 4 /' 
Pilotage, Deputation to I^rd Sandonon, 13 ^10 # 
Pitcairn Jslanders, Aid to. 13/6 e — 15/10 c 
Pitman (E.) Vegetarianism, 6/ 11 r 
Plague in Af!tra4.4iaii, 7/3 d — 8 j 6 € — 9 /5 ft — 

10/5 *— 11/5 e-^lij II «— 15; 5 a— 20 J 6« 

—21 jod 

Account of, 13/6 />— 22/5 e 

Britisli Commisssioi^ers on, 7 m lid 

C-asein VN esliunka. 27 m 5 d 

- Gvrman ImiH'iial Sanitary Dex>artuieBt, 



Repitrt on. 10/ 8 n 

— luiitrueiions about, SO > 3 a 



Mar. 31, 1879] pai.meu's index to ^' niic timks" newspaper. 



Pol 



Plague, Meeting of Foreign rhysicians on, 10 w 
f>6 

Not ContRgious. 22 fod 

Note? about. « /* 6 «— 12 /*5 c 

— .- Papers and Lectures about, 21/5 c — 25 j 
11 b-^Z7f\0r 

Particnlart about. 1 fo e—Sj 6a--4f5 d 

—5/5 f— 6/6 c— 7 / 5 <•— 8 fb /'—\0/o /'— 
10/6 A— 11 5 6&f/— r-i/5«— r8/«o— 14 f 
6 e— 15 /-S rf & «— 17/O'a & 6—19 /"o c— 20 /" 
/5 e -26/5 rf & /-~27 / 5 c— 28 f6d& e— 28 
/ 1 1/— I m 5 J— 1 m 5 e— S m 6 6—12 m 6 c— 
18 wi 5 /-25 m 5 c— 29 m 7 €—31 m 6 a 
Pret^iutions against, 27 ; 5 e — 31 j 5 f. 



Privy Council Notice about, 11 m 12 6 

. Order about, 12/9 #—22 /8a 

Kestrictions against, S fS b-—A fht -6/5 

<•«& /— 6 / 5 tl—ljh «— 8/5 «— 13/5 c 
Turkisb Com mission of Enquiry about, 20 

fh «— 24/5 d 

United Statps Ilonlth Officer on, 20 m 4 a 

I'lnnt (T. L.) on the Cold Winter, 4 /' 10 c/— 3 m 

11 € 
Platinized Iron, ISy 12 a 
Vlatt & Co., on the Increased Water Rates, 24 

m 6 (/ 
Pleuro- Pneumonia. B i 9/ 
riow-Monday in the Ciiy, 14/11/ 
Plainmer (J.) on the Sydney Exhibition, 6 /6 /" 
pluDKtead Common, 20 ; 10 e 
Four Working Men Petition in Bankruptcy 

for Actions Connw'tcd wiih. 29 ; 12 c- 31 ^ 6 6 
Plymou'h. Liberal Gathering at, 7 /* 10/* 
i'uaching '.n Wales. 13/11 a 

near Crewe. 3 /" 6 / 

Pocahontas (Princess) Proposal to Erect a Monu* 

meiii to the Momory of. 1 /6 c 
Pi>I tnil. Inundatiotis in, 25 /' 10 a 
POLICE :- 

Adams. Anthony, for .Stealing;, 16 / 12 a 

-. J. T.. for Assault. \S m >2 6 

Addi.oon. Adam, and another, for Murder, 

18 m 12 6— 25 Iff 12 a 

G. B., for Libel, 24 / 12 a -25 ; 1 1 f-^Si 



/ 11 rf— 7 12 rt 

— Adulteration Cases. 7 / 9 r/ 

Alberv. Fre<l., and another, for Unlawful 



Pos^.<«slnn. 5 m 12 6 
A Id ridge, John Leach, for Embezzlement, 3 

Alford. Alex., and another, for Adulteration 

Act Offence. 5 m 1 2 b 

Alger. G. W.. for Assault. 31/ 1 1 / 

Allen, Francis, and another, fur Stealing, 



17fli 12a 

— Allen. Geo., for Manslaughter, 4/11 /*— 6 /" 

12 6-6 All /• 

W. C. for Stealing, 19 ;« 14 c— 26 iw'lS « 



Ambrose, Michael, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing. 26 m 13/ 

An^dell and Stssont, for Selling Bnd F»>od, 

27 m i; 6 

ArmUsge.Jas.. and another, for Bankruptcy 

Act Offence. 28 mile 

Armstrong. M. I). F.. for Forgery, 2^ wi 1 1 '/ 

- — Arpinji. Benedetto, for Begging, 29 / II c 



Policy 'y^rontinued^. 

ANlicr, Walter, and another, for Receiving 

Stolen Property. 23 j 1 2 « 
Asbton, Horatio, for Selling Bad Food, 27 

m 6 6 

Atkins. Geo., for Attempted] Murder, 1 .7 7/' 

Attileld, W. U., and another, for Stealing, 

24/ 12 a 

Avins. Robt., for Fraud, 23 / 12o— 30/ 11 f 

Aylesford, Karl of, for Assault, 17> 12 «i— 

22/ 12 fi 
Bacchus. C. T., and othei*s, for Wilful 

Damage, 2 ; 1 1 r 

Bacon, J. J., for Libel. 8 w Ma 

Baker. Geo., for Ernbezzlenic^nt. 8/ 12 a 

Joseph, for Ai^Kault. 1 / 12 c -8 i 12 c 

W., for Aiiulreration Act Offence, 25 / 



A «i.W.:.1.«.-. T..^t..« ty^m, I?. 



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% t ^ 



12a 



— Wm., and another, for Stealing, 11 / 9 / 
and Bull, for Robbing the Duke Montrose, 



1 1 > 9 /• 

Baldwin, Jas., for Robbery. 4/11 d 

Bambridge,— ,forAttemp:ed WifeMunlcr, 

19/11 13 6 

Barker, Louisa, for Infanticide, I87 10 /" 

Barnes, John, for Smuggling, 15 »i 14 a 

Bamett, Montague, for Fraud. 17/11 e 

- Barrett, Wm., for Assault. 22 / 12 A 

Bartlett, Mrs. Case, 25 / 12 a— I m 12 a— 

8 m 14 a 

Basse, Capoo, for Cutting and Wounding, 

7i9/' 

Bas.sil. Fred., for Embi'zzlement, 27/12 h 



-r-S m 12 a 

— Bates, Ann. for Abduction, 21 m 12 6 

— Bates, Kdw.. for Thames Conservancy Act 
Offence, 1 ./ 1 1 / 

— Banm. ilohn, and another, for Fraud, 22/12 
5—12/12 '/— 2G/1-' ft 

— Baxter, James, and another, for Shooting, 



17/6 « 

— Beadle, Saml., for Stealing. 1 m 19 a 

— Bea^ley, James, for Stealing, 24/12 a 
Beaty, Capt., and Mr. Jolinstone, for As< 



SAult. 1 7 \0 a 
Bcaufoy, Wm., for Shipping Act Offenc, 

10 m 12 a 

Be.iuiyraan. Alfred, for Stealing, 19 m 14 r 

Becket, \Vm., lor Unlawful Possession, 20 

/12*; 
— — Begging, Per^ions for. 24 ; 12 A 

Bennett, Jo-iah, for Drui kennesa, I5mli a 

Benson, Th')s., for Drunkenness, &c., 10 m 



Uh 



Berry, Geo, for Emb.'zzlement, 13 /*11/ 
M. H.. for Attempttd >uicitle, 8/12 6 



Bevan, David, fur Drunkennew*, 1/lly 

Milhngton. John, tor Stealing, 8/12 a 

Bi-ihop, Geo., for Enibi-z/.leiuent. 15 //< j4 a 

Hlacvbuni, Fred., for Betting, 28 m 10 a 

Blickl'V. Kreil.. for A«.-iault, 23^' 12 a 

B»)l !on.' Wm.. l«r Dninke:.nes«. ic. 14 / 12 h 

IJulrun. Uich.. for Fraud, 4 j II «--16; 12 a 

- Mouln»»i. Hubt., for Fraud. I » 12 a 

Bowie, liobt., for Merchant Shipping AdI 

Offenee, 13/12 6 

M....il.j«- n^n Cor Staalinff . 11 fli 1 2 a 



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Police (rtmfintten). 

Bradbury, Thos., and othcra, for Loitering, 

23; 12ri 

Brain, Thop., for Non-pay iiient of Rates, 12 

m 13 / 

Brand. W. F.. f»r Attempted Arson, 2i 11 d 

- — Brandon, H. J., fur k^niLMizzletaent, b ; 12 u 

—9; 12/* 
Brandrethi — , a Solicitor, for Fraud, 1)1/ 

Bray, Emma, for Burglary, 26/12 a 

Breman, John, and another, for Smuggling. 

Il7l2ft 

Bremer. J. L., for SArim'Iing, 17/ 6/ 

Bremer, James LockAi'ood, for Swindling, 

17 > 6/ 

Brennan, Wro-, and others, for Unlawful 

Possession, 10 m 12 a 
Briant, CornoUus, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 17/1 1./' 
^ — Briggs, R. J,, for Kinbozzlemont. ^ ml f 
■^— Brittan, Eliz.. for ^^t^•Hli^g. 20/ 12 a 
Britton, Lewis, for Threats, 31 m 12 a 

- Brogdin, Thos., for liocklcss Driving, 6/ 
II # 

- li rooks. Harry, «nd another, for Unlawful 
Ueteni^on, 80 / 11 / 

Joseph, fur Ster»Hiig. 22 / 5/ 



Bryan. Fnd.. amloihcia, for Parks. Regula- J 

tH)n Act OtTemv, 2> j \'l a ' 

Huckley, Mrs., for Unlawful Detention, 2Z 

;ll f. 

Bo+rier. Ti*. D., and Mtioihor. fiir Fraudi 21 / \ 

y> a—s4j 12 ri-28y 12 /-»—(> /Ml e — H) / 12 a i 
— 17 / I I f'— 2."> / IL' a 

Bnllutk. — . for .Miuu-lun^uhier, \() j G (/ 

— Hurki'. ,]. ,].. lor ML^:li^^,^ vS / 12 »t 

Hnnlcn. .ianifs, for F!M[4t.;iy, 8/12 a — \T^ f 

VI h ■ j 

BnrK Win., for Tondiini:. 1 1 / r, h \ 

- — l>(inu*ts. Mopt.t.uu for Fr«ii(|, «; / 12 a 
- — liuins. .Miti. Jtn- I'lijiry. 17 / 11 e 
- — linrr. Wni.. for Frainl 1*4 / \'2 f 
- — ViU'd r, Wni.. lor ihs:»r(k'rlv CoudUi't, 24 / 
is (I 

- — CalKfriverfl, Tliriv, for Drunkennc'ss, 18 / 
12 w 

C sihroclK' riiiiip. f I r A^sjinlt. 20 m 12 /) 

CaJn, (.. li.. im' Ailv inptul Murder, of 12 



H—Vlf 12 n--\\\ / \'l 



n 



rnRlweir. Jo-., for rrnail. -V </» 12 c 

- — (^anington, Ma!iida,.for bi-jjilii.g, II /' 12 a 
-IM/ 12 /, 

- — ('«rroi; tieo., for Burpliiiy. 20 m 12 fc— 27 m 
12 '• 

Caitcr. FrtMik. for AssiiuU. IS; 12 a 

Henry, lor Bnrtlary. 12 m lu «— 17 jw \t 

«•— 2r» HI I a V 

( Uauibeif. O. K., f«r Adulteration, 27 m 12 r 

— '— J. l... for CentHgious Diseases (Anin.als) 

Act Offence, 22/ 11 y 
"— ( hnpttian, —, for Dc^tro}iitg his Cfothes, 

25/ 12 a 
— — Cfias., for Stealing, 16 ? 12 <r 

- rftiswiek, Thos., for Attemptiag to St«alj 
13/11 e 

*— ' (Tiampion, — , fV>r Board of Werlss AdP 
WTenee. tjy 11./ 



Police {rontinfferl). 

e:hampnesj», Ernest, for Selling Bad Meiil, 

1 m\'2b 
( hnndk'T, Ann, for Receiving Stolen Prs- 

perty, It>/12 a 

Chuto, J. C, for Porforniing a Play in la 



Unlicensed Room, 13 j 4 /* 

— Divil Service Co-opera«ive Society, fee 
Dangerous Structures Act Offence, 6 « ll«— 

13 »i 12 (I 

— ( laveley, James, and others, for Stealing, 
14 /Pi a 

— Clayton, J. W., for Alk>wing Betting; 29 ■» 

14 a 

— Cleary, John, for Boating his Wife, 10/R» 

— Clist. Geo., for Fraud. 31 j \\ d 
(^ockburn. Arthur, for Publichouse Act 



Offenee. 22 ; 1 2 a 

Cockeiill, Ihoj., for Fraud, 25 ; 6 c ^ 

Cole, John, for Frahezzlement, 24 joe 

Coleman. John, o D^hig Man, for Drunken- 
ness, 29 / 6 / 

S. G., for Manslrtughter, 21 J 12 h 

Thos., for Frauil, :U m 12 a 

\\ nu. for Wcmndiiig. i) j 12 n 



ColUnrt, Wm.. for Fraud. 21 i 12 a 

Collett. Emma, for Aittnipted Suicide, 1* 

m 12 /i— 25 la 12 A— 27 m 12 h 
Conip!oii, John, for Man.daiighter, 3 j U<- 

10 /• I2t/ 
- — f 'onnoU y. Alvx.. f<.r Thcjft, 28 / 5 f 
Conni r.' ('H'.borinc. ai'd another, for Con* 

ceiluKUt of ilio Uirlh. 2. f 12 r 
Conwav. — , for Pirav, 27 /12 c 



( ook. Kdw., tor Abuse. 31 w 12 a 

liirniiin. for Drunkenness, 12 f'V2 a 

( ooniber. Geo., fiir Burglary. 15 in 14 J 

'Ihos.. :ui<l others, for liurjjlary, 24 / 12^ 

('()oi.er, Wm., tor Murder, 20 m i»/-2l m 



C\)rih^, J. C. for School Board Offence, 1^ 

/ 1 2 r 

- - Corts. Juuii'. for Thrcuis. i\ / 12 6 

Cotiou ro\\der CuiUi»;iny, for Explosite* 

Act ( )lTi.'rce. 7 /// 12 /* 

i <)ul-on, G.'o.. f<)r Absention. 16 / 12 « 

— - — .VI. A., l(»r Aliinipied buicide, 4 7 11/— 

II / 12 A 

Cowley, C. A.. f»)r Assault. 3/ 12 b 

Cowling, Fnttis, for A iteu>pted Murder, 

I ox, Chas.. for Assault. If;/ 12 6 

J. C, and others for Begging, 25 i 11 • 

Thos., for ICmbezzli nient, 4 7 1 1 e 



— Crowson. Wm., for a Judicial Sei»ar»tHKi 
Oider, 1 f \ih 

— Cruse. I). W. and Sarah, for Neglecting their 
( Iwliiren. 31 w 11 7" 

— ( urti"*. 'I hos.. for Betting, 28 w 10 a 

— ( utchey, C\ G., for Libel, 22 in 14 a 
D'Avey, ,:chB and Kli Oram, for Murder, S 



m 'f—VJm 13 /-2<) w 10 e 

l)nYenp(»Ft, Kdw^ and another, for Frttid,r 

2/11 ii~\bi 12 h 

— Dttvey, M. A., for Catting and ^Youodin»» 
r.) / 12 u 

l^avidge, P., for Bailwny Act Offence, I7j*« 



Mar. 31. l-iJO.] pai,me:;'.s ixorx to the " time3 " nkw.sp.vitb. 



Pol 



Police (jruutinniF.il), 

Daviii, Fred., for Srenling, 2/11 d 

• Ge<>., tor t>re;iling. Am I'J c 

Jolm. for A.'^sault, li\ j \l e 

l);.y, — , l4)r Inilecvnt As.saiilt, 14 m 12 a 

Frtni.. ;ind ano'.hcr, fur I'niud, b J \2 b 

• Jsis.. for Burglary. 1 j y ]^ b 

Will,, fur Fi;\uil, .0 / 12 a 



' DennU. (;ha.-'.. for As-ault, 10 w 12 h 

- Dwi-rted Frembujj, Aiiplicalion about, 12/ 
12 II 

Devavnes, Algernon, for Lil)ol, (J/ 1 1 / 

Uickir.soii. 1{.. for btealiiij^, 1 1 /// 12 a 

Dillon, Ldw., for Stealing. 3 »j 12 a — 10 m 

12 rl 

Dixon. John, for Assault. 4 ; II c- 8 ; 12 r 

Donnvlly, Kate, to be t?ent to a Home, \o 

j 12 n 

Donohfo, --, for Keeping a Tietting House, 

27 m <; d 

' Donovan. Mary, for Murder. 11 .; 8 c 

Micliael, for Stealing, 2o /' 12 « 

Dow&ett, Kobt., for Unlawful rossession, 2o 

jUe 
' — Dou^ilas. Ellen, for Vagrancy, 17/11/ 
- — Drew, ^11%., and another, for Jstealiusf, 4 i 

\\d 
Priver, Win., and others, for Smuggling, 

aO/ 12 « 

Drunkenne.-s. (\'ises of, 15 ; 12 a 

Durnao. Alfred, lor Fraud, U / 12 / 

Dunn, .iaini-ii, and unoiher. lo;* Stealing and 

Cutiiii;; and Wounding, 3/126 

David. for Fraud. 22 / 1 1 /* 



— Dwyer, ("apt. John, for Merchant Shipping 
Act Offinw, My 11 / 

— HIa&on, John, for Forgery, 22 in 14 «— 27 m 
\2h 

— lulwards. Wm., for Stealirg. U / (J r 
and another, for S:eahng, &c., 13 ; 11 / 



8y 



- and lianley. for Fraud, 13 / 1 i /' 
Klconibc, G. and L., lor Manslaughter, 12/ 



Klkin. Mary, lor Stealing. 31 / 1 1 « 

Kdis, Wui., and another, lor Stealinir, '.'/12 a 

Kllifton, Mary, for Unlawful Fos.e.ssion, 12 

J 12 „ 

Klliston. 11. 15.. for Sleiling. 7.) e 

Khnore. Ilonorah. for Drunkenness, 10 /* 1 2 a 

Fhn^. Uhafl.. for Filonv, ;»; 12 //— 11 /'12 h 

• Evans, Jacob, for illegally Kenioving Gun- 
powder, 20 m 10/ 

- — Evcri:t, Wni., for Murder, 11 m 12 a 
- — - Farrer, Wni., for Stealing, 4/11 « 

Farwvll, C. J., for Burglary, 2«; / 10/ 

Filby, Wm.. for Adulteration, 8/12 a 

- — Flack. — , and others, for Highway liobbery, 

25 m 11 / 
- — Fleming, Ann, for Stealing, 5 / 12 a 
Flood, — , and others, for Kobbery, 4 7 5 /* 

—h) bf—lSj lOy— 23 j 12 £1—25 /10/-27 

iH Ct d 

Flynn, Wm., for Furious Kiding, 18 7 12 a 

Foggarty, I). J., for Neglect of Duty, 24 m 

12ri-3l m 12 a 
Ftiot, M. A., and others, for I'cgging, 3 /' 

12 « 



Police {ronfinuvd). 

Ford, Geo., for Burglary, 31 / 6 d 

Wu)., for Fuiious Driving, 19 «i 14 c 

Forninn. A. J., for Unlawfully i3etaimng a 



Do.ir, 2i) m 1 J /> 
— Fox Jo^hua, fi T FrautI, 1 w 12 c 
hoy, J., for Adiilieraiion. 8 j \2 b 



Frankini, Jotin, lor Alteujpting to Defraud, 

21 HI 12 h 

Fiaser. Donald, for Customs Offence, 4 j 1 1 « 

I'reeuian. Fred., for Adulteration Act Of- 
fence. 1^7 1 J // 

Fioiil, F. W., for Dej^ertion, 4 m 12 c 

l''u.lit'S John. Inr Stubbing, 20 m 12 a 



1' ulliT. MMigurct. fcr Steal ng. 19 in 14 c 

(i li^no, Martin, tor Stoiling. 2HJ 12 h 

(TiiMihl". Ivlw., lor Stealing, 14/ 10/ 

(j;in >cl, James, and another, for Felony, 21 

(iM-iwiiis. l{««!)e(:c:i, for Stealing. 8/ 12 b 

G:iy »M ud. Krel.. for Aa^-ault, 12/ 12 a — 13 

/ 11 /-14 / 1? ; 

(iiMieral Sloan Xavijiation Company, for 

Non-payment ul Wages, 3; 9 d 

a Gentleman, for Stealing, FcdseJy Accused, 



13 m 12 (I 

George, Wm., for Burglary, 10 / 12 a— 22 



/ll/ 

Ge]»p, E. F., for Stealing, 27 ./ 12 a— 30 / 



10 ib 



Gilford. Fred., for IJur-lary, 2j 11 6 






Gill '.s, Johii, for M.in>l.nig'n;er, 1 m 12 a 

(iilies, U. J. ll.. for F;aiid, 'l\j 12 6 

Ginible, J. J., and another, for Felony, 17 f 

\\ it 

Cilover, Ch:is.. for Disorderly Condi c% 20/ 

12 ,i 

(loiifrey. Edw.. for Stealing. 1/11/ 
Goes, Hemy, for Unlawlul l^etention, 8/ 

12 6 
(Joff. .Micliael for Furious Driving, ViJ 12 a 

Golton, 11. E.. tor Stealng, 17 wi 12 A 

Golding. John, for Mutiny ^ ct Offence, 5 

;// 1 2 b 

Goodman, John, for Misdemeanour, ^j\2b 



— - Griifton. Euw.. for Fraud, 19/ 12 ex 

Fied., for Contpanies' Act Offence, 6/11 

c— 13 / IJ c— 20 m 12 a 

Graham, John, anii others, for Burglary, 



27/12 /;--31 / 11 li— 13 /lie 

— (irant. James, for Stealing. 24 ;« 12 a 

— Grivstone. Arthur, for Assault 4 /'ll « 

— Gieatbatch, E. D., for Libel, 7 / 9 J— 12 } 



\2a 

— Greaves, Ilcnry, for Not having a License, 
1 5 III 1 4 a 

— Green, Ellen, for Attempted Suicide, I4y 12 a 
Geo., ft)r Assault, 10/12 a 

Wm., for Burglary, 20 ; 12 a 

and others, for Btirglary, 30 / 11 / 



Greenwood, Henry, for Burglary, 20/12 a 

Grey, F. S., for Merchant Shipping Act 

Offence, 1 j 12 6 

Cf rittiths, Jaj>., and another, for Attempting 



to Steal, fi /'1 1 € 
— Gubbinp, J. W., fof Fraud, 5/12 n— 12/ 
12 a 



Pol 



PAUfKK*S INDEX TO *' TlfB TIMES*' NI\VSrAl*ER. 



[JuD. ! to 



Poiioe {roiitiniied ). 

- — Grist, Tiios.. for Highway Robberj, 27j^h 
(jiirrier, 8. A., for Ui^aiuy, 8y 12 6 

•«— • Hall, James, for Stealing, 24 m 12 a 

Reuben, for Assault, 5 wi 12 6 

Wm.. for Fraud, Smiib 

for Refusing Assistance, 17/ 13 « 

Hammeruian, James, for Assault, 14 /'12 f 

Hancock, Wm., for Assault, 27 / 11/— « J 

12 a 
Hankin, Wm., for Attempted Murder, 28 / 

10 d 
*.— — Hannaway, — , for Shipping Act Offence, 

19 m 14 c 

— Harp, Thoa., for Cutting aad Wounding, 24 
m 12 6 

Harrington, John, for Incendiarism, 8 / 7 s 

— Harrington and Warburton, for Thamea 
Conservancy Act Offenoe, 1 1 /* 12 a 

Harris. Alfred, for Wilful Damago, 2^ 11 c 

Henry, for Assault. 11 / 12 6 



— Hart, John, and others, for Burglary, 26 / 
11 a 

Samuel, for Smoke Nuisanuo. 20 / 12 a 



•«— Hasluclc. Lawrence, fur Ansault, 11 ; 12 ft 

Hasseli, Henry, for Assault, 12/12 a 

Hatherhill, Richard, for Assault. 15 ; 12 a 

HattiwelL, Henry, for Receiving Stolen 

Property, 15 f \2 c 
— — Hawes, Henry, and others, for Assault, 18 

m 12 6 
^—^ Hawkins, David, and others, for Fraud, 4 m 

10 c/— 5 m 12 d 

E. T., for Wilful Damage. 20 i 12 a 

■ Mr., Elliott, and other Oirectt ra, of the 

(Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Bank, fur 

Fraud, &c.. 23 / 9 /" 

Hay, John, for Burglary, 18 fllf 

Wni.. for Stealing. 6 ' 1 1 / 



Hazell, John, and another, for Begging, 27 

— — Heaney, William, for Throwing a Lighted 

Match into a Pillar Box, 9/12 b 

Heath. J. W., for Fraud, 2(i m 7 f 

* Hedderman. Michael, for Stealing. 18 ^12 a 

— Hemming, A If red, and another, for Burglary, 

18 w 12 a 

— Hennesey, John, for Assault, 10 /*12 a 
Henessy and Turner, for Murder, 4 m 8 c — 

8m7/' 

— Herbert, Geo., for Cutting and Wounding, 
8y9s 

Thof., for Fraud, Ac, 14 i 12 a— 5 /" 12 a 

Heritage. J. W., for Perjury, 16 > 12 a— 23 



; 12a-^0; 11 e 

— Heme. Wm.. for Stealing, 18 / 12 a 

— Higginf, J. G., for Drunkenness, 6y 11/ 

— Hill, Geo., and others, for Stealing,' 10^6/ 

— Hirsch, Etieune, aoil another, for Fraud, 1 
jnh 

— Hitchman, James, nnd another, for Fraud, 
15 m 14 a— 22 m 14 a->29 •« 14 a 

— Hoath. Arthur, for Park Regulation Act 
Offence, 2oj U « 

— Holland, Henry, for Passing Bad Coin, 3 ;' 
9</ 

— Neville, far Threata 29 m 14 a 



Polioe (rontinued). 

HoUiday, Thos., for Embezzlement, 20« 7* 

HuHuwHV, Henry, and another, fur AjnuUf 

9 J 12 a— 10/ 12 u 

Holmes, Eliz., for Begging, 7 / 12 a 

J. J., for As^oault, 81 m 12 a 

Holroyd« — , fur Stealing. 9 i II d 

Honeywell, Hy., and another, for Gambting, 

22 i 12 ri 

Hook, Chas., for Burglary. 16 j 12 a 

Hemidge, Matthew, and another, for Steal- 
ing. 4 ;■ 1 1 </ 

Houghton, Thoa., for Foigery, 2j 11 c-»/ 

12 6 
— IIouU, Tbos., and others, for LninkeoiMs^ 
17; 12 a 

Houses, Application for the Removsl ot 

Unsafe, \ m i'l a 

Howard. Capt. Edw,. for Stealing, I3>124 

Henry, for Fraud. 2C m 13/ 



— Hubbard, Chv., for Fraud. 6 j 12 « 

— Uudjion. Wm., for Stealing, 30/ 10 6 

— Hughes. Geo., and Two oiUew, for Burglary 
with Violence. 21) ; 5/ 

Kich<ird, for Assault, I fSc 

— Hunt J. O., for Adulteration Act Offence, 



6 m 1 1 « 

— Hutehinstm, John, for Attempting^to De- 
fraud, 1 o ; i 2 a 

— Ice, Persons for Sliding on, 13 y 12 h—\1 
j 12 a 

— Isaacs, Sarah, for Vagrancy, 19 /" 12 a 

— Jack^un, M. A. for Libel, 10 ri2 6 
W. O., for Attempting to Defraud, 1 i 1?* 



— James, Edwin, a Farmer, for Starving 
Thirteen Lambs, bj9f 

Henry, for Bunjlary, 29 m 14 6 

W^n., for Assault, 20 /* U a 

for Fraud, 4 / 1 1 « 

for Non-payment of Gaa Account, 10 



m 12 6 

— Jeffreys, Wm., and another, for Stealing. 3 
IN 126 

— Jenkins, S. and A., for Forgery, 15 i 12 a 

— J oat, H. J., for Non-payment of Wages, 3 

— Johnson, Ann, for Steahng, 24 m \2b 
Anne, fur Be$;ging, 8 /' 12 a 

Wm., for Burglary, 18 / 12 a 

— Jones, — , for Selling Bad Fiah, 3 m 12 6 

Albert, for Emlx'^leinent, 11 / 12 a 

Evnn, and anotlier, for Fighting, 6 ; 12 i 

lohn. for Wilful Damage, 5/12 6 

Thus,, and others, for Buriglary, 15y 12<i 



—29; lie— 5 / 12 6 

-. Wm., for Attempted Burglary, 3/126 

and Harding, for Burglary, 28 m if 



— Kam{iazzi. M. Innocent, tor K ephig Open 
during Prohibited Hours, 29 /lie 

— Kfc-Uey. M. A., fvw Fraud. 8 m |2fl— 7i«124 

— Kenny. Edw.. for Assault, 24 m 12 6 

— Kent, Charles, for Board of Works Act 
Offence, 12 / 12^' 

— King, Chas., for Abuse, 28; 12 fr 
Geo., for Fraud, 18/12 a 



— Knight. W. T., for Larceny Act Offenoei tt 

/ 11 /*— 28 / 12fl 



I£ 



ir. 31, lvS79.] 



r.VLXKR's INDKX TO " TIIK TIMKJs" NKWirAl'KR. 



ro! 



Police (ronfinued). 

l^iigi^reki. Uerurd Von, for Samgglin^, 26 

yu a 

Langlcy. Goo., for Wilful Damage, \Sm\2a 

Last. W. F.. for Shooting, 12 m \SJ 

— — Laughton. Maria, for Murder, 13^' 11/ 

— Lawrerce, Samuel, for Keceiving Stolen 
Property, 13 > 12 c 

Levey, E. E.. for Railway Offence, 81 / 11 « 

' Le V oi, M. L., for Fraud, II m \'2 a 

I^wia. John, for Burglary, 7 ; 9./— 14 J 12^ 

Lloyd, Richnrd, for Forf;ery, I y 12 c 

Louder, 'lho«., for Burglary, 21 ; 12 6 

•^ — Loat, J. U., for Non-payment of Wages, 18 

il2c 
« Lockett, Messrs., & Co., and another, for 

Wateriifenj* Company Act Offence, \ m 12 a 
Loud, M. A. iM, for Assault, 1 / 11 / 

— Low, Ciias., for Infectious Diseases Act 
Offence. 13; 12 c 

Lucas, Christopher, for Assault, 27 / 12 c 

TImm., and another for Stealing, 11/ 12 c 

Lunn, M. A., for Assault, Gj 12 a 

Lynch Edw.. for Begging, 28 i 12 6 

Lytell, E. L.. for Stealing, 27> 11 « 

Lytton, J. H. B., for Fraud, 14 m 12 o— 20 

m 12 /r— 27 m 12 b 
Macarthy, Thos., and another, for Assault, 

24 Mr i2 6 

Mackay, Sarah, for Begging, 29i 11 « 

• — Mackenzie, Alex., for Disorderly Conduct, 

18> 12 a 
Maddox, Cornelius, for Assault, G i 12 a— 

14> 12 a 

Mallnish. Walter, for Arson, 25/12 A 

• Maltby, Fred« for Vagrancy, 18; 12 a 

- — a Man, for Burglary, 7 ; 9 « 

for Neglect of Duty. 21 ^ 12 c 

— March, Joseph, and another, for Unlawful 
Possession, 1> 12 c 

— Marks, Aaron, for Arson, 7 ; 9 /— 11 j 12 b 
—25 J lie 

— MAfshaU, A. W. fur Stealing, 26 m 18 s— 
28 at lie 

E., and another, for Fraud, 11 / 12 a 

— John, for Begging, 18 7 12 a 

— Marten, Chas., for Catting and Wounding, 
«ailJ./ 

— Martin, Maria, for Stealing. 3/ 12 a 

— Maskell, Goo., for Stealing, 25> 1 1 a 

— Mason. Jane, for Stealing, 1/11/ 
W. C, for Rioting, &c., 19/ 12 o 



1 



— Matthews, Mary, for Stealing, ij II «— 9 ; 
12 6 

Thos., and others, for Riot. 8/46 



— Mauil, John, for Unlawful Possession, 81 / 
lid 

— Mayo, TIkm., for Attempted Murder, 20 m 
12 a ' 

— M*Carthy, John, for Attempted BurgUmr, 
18jl2r 

— M*Donald, David, for Erobezzlement, 22 / 
12 a 

— M'Ewen, Peter, /or Fraud, 7 m 12 6—12 m 
13€~20m 12 a 

— M'Qregor, Stafford, for Attempting to Com- 
nit Suicide^ 28 m X \J' 



Police {runtlmted'j. 

M in tyre. James, for Wheeling a Barrow 

on the Footpath, 10 ; 12 6 

Mears, S. J., for Stealing, 23; 12 a 

Medlioott, Edw.. for Embezzlement, 28 7 10 </ 

Men, to be Sworu iu as Special Constables, 

81 M 12 a 

Mercer, Geo., for Stealing, 11 i 12 6 

Wm., for Intimidation, 6/4 /' 



— Merteo and Perico, for Compensation to a 
Hlot, 13 m 10/ 

— Michell, Edw., and another, for Assault, 29 
m 14 h 

— Miiklleton.Geo., for Manslaughter, 28 m 11/ 
John, for Fraud, 24 ; 9 / 



— Miller, E. W., for Embezzlement, 24 / 12 a 
—27; Us 

J. R., for Libel, 20 7 12 a— 4/ 11 • 

J. W., for Embezzlement, 27 > 11 e— 8 f 



12 a— 17/11/ 

and Uankinson, Two Privates, for Riot. 



29j9/ 

— Millerchip, Thos., for Manslaughter, 21 / 

11/ 

— Missing Persons, 8 j 12 c— 24 i 12 6—29 j 

11 e— 11 / 12 6— 18/11 /•— lOw 12 6—17 m 

12 6 

— Mitchell, Saml., and others, for Smuggling, 
12 ffi 13 t 

— Montgomery, Verqpn, and another, for 
Fraud. 10 m 12 a 

— Moojen. Fred., for Perjury, 27/11 « 

— Moon, 'Ihos., Manslaughter. 11 fVlh 

— Mooney. Wm..for Selling Bad Food, 27 m 6 6 

— Moore, Alice for Murder, 87 12 c 
G. U., for Volunteer Non-Efficiency, 23 1 



12 6 



James, and others, for Burglary, 15m 14 a 
Thos., for Assault, 21 / 12 c 
and another, for Ast»auk. 14 y 12/ 



Morris, Geo,, for Forgery, 28 m lis 

Susan, for Nuisance, 29 j 11 s 

Morrison, Thos., for Felony. 26 /* 12 a 

Mouille, Louis, for Fraud, 10 7 12 a 

Muddiman and others, for Persoiuitini; a 

Voter 23/0/ 

Mullens, Wm., for Threats, 3; 9 rf 

Munro, Hugh, for Murder, 22 m 13 « 

Murphy, John, for Robbery with Violence, 

2D m 14 a 
^-^- - Michael, for Assault, 29^ II e 
Murray, Frances, and others, for Drunken- 
ness, 10 i 12 a 
Mutual Dress Supply Association, for Com- 
panies Act Offence, 28 m 11 «— 29 m 14 a 

Nash, Edw., for Fraud, 26 m 13 /* 

Neale, Fred., and another, for Stealing, 24 

M 12 a— 27 m 12 6 

Netley, John, for Stealing, 9 7 12 c 

Neville, TJhos., and another, for Assault, 7 

/12 6 
- — Newman, Kobt., Fraud, 13/6/ 
■ ■ Wm., for Assault, 1 y 12 c 

Kicholls, John, for Cutting and Wounding^ 

7 m 12 6—22 m 14 a 

Nock, W. IL, for Forgery, 4/11 e— 12/)J 

.«— 19/ 12 a 



VSl 



TALll^u'd l>i>£K Ttl **Tllfc TlMKb" NKW^rAl'KK. 



[Jau. 1 to 



Nunleii, Alit'iif fur Drunkenness, &c., 2C / 

12// 
Xorman, Sarab, and anuilier, fcr Felon**, 1 

/ 12 c 
' — Norili. Henrv. for Kmliezzlemcnt, C / 4 c 
Norih;:ru4t, \\ in., turi-uriuua Driving, 22/ 

12 a 

Xar«e, U. L., for SteaUng. 11/10/ 

OKeefe. James, for Aasault. 2.>y 12 a 

Old. Uia«., for Stealing, 18/« 12 6— 2>« 12 a 

— — O'Neale, Jeremiah, for Arson, 10 / 12 6 

<rNeili, Jer miah. for Burj-Ury. 17 J 12 it 

• (Jwen, John, for Not Sujipl^iiig Lime Juit% 

on Board the Jimt^/ou, 21 i 12 /> 
Owrer* of .•^t. (i^orgc-'i* Church, Borough, 

for Board of Works Act Offence, 21y 12 J 

I'age. Jo)«i;jh, lor Fraud, 1 o ; 11/ 

— — rainier, JoAeph, for IJijLramy, 1 j 12 c 

Pantalon, Al. A., fo* Bi-yii;?, 4/11/' 

— — r«olo, Ca<lo, and another, lor Nui&ance, G 

/ll e 
F«rker, J. W., for Fraud, 7 /' 12 o— 13/ 11 

e— il/l2c 

M. A., for Stealing.', 20 / 12 a 

— - i'arkes, T. W., for lonsniiinij lo Defraud, 

4/11 </ 
Wni.. for Uohhorv. 4 / 1 1 d 



— Parkinson, John, Jor Failing in liis Duty as 
a Trustee, 1 ; l»y 

— Parritth, Cha-*., ar.d oshei.'*, for Burglary, 
4.C., (i m il/— M w 12 o 

— Peace, (has., for Murder. \1 j 5/— 18 / C 6 
--23 J II H—'lo) luc 

Confe^^e8 to having Murdered Cock and 



Exonerates llabron. 20 / 10 /— 21 / 10 e 

D) ing ("onfesnion of. 2G/ 10 e 

his Own Account of Iiiniself, 'ITtj 10 / 

Escape and Be-cMpiure \}iy 23 ^ 11 e— 24 



j 10 a 



Letter to his Wife, 31 j 0/ 

Memoir of, 20/ 10 a 

Notes «bout. 2.1 / n)/—27J 10 f—2^ j 10 

c— -3U ; <; </— 31 ) G /—J / d- (J / S f—l f 10 
/— H/5/— lt>,/ <;r— 13 / r./— 27'y 1«) / 
hclienies of, 11/ 10 r 

Mis. '^hlHMJ)^on's SU'itement of, 3 f 10 h 



J'earce, NVm., tor Stealing. 30 / li /' 

Pegler, Harold, for Fraud. 21 f VI b 

Penfold, Wm., for Nuisance, 12/ I- « 

Pcrkms, Jo^e|)h, for Murder, i j \2 b—S j 

12 6 
^- — Perryman, Thos., for Manslaughter, 8/12 

a— 15/ 12/>— 21 / \2v—2^f\'ln 

peters, Mark, tor B.'j^.;4ihg, 13^ 11 / 

■ Kliz., foi A&sanlt. 4 / 1 1 <^ 

— — Wni., for AbM'n.ion, Alteinpteil Sulfide, 

Kmbezzlenient and Fniu«l, 31 j 1 1 d — 1,0/ 12 c 
- — I'ettingall, K. A., tor Atlenijited MurdiT, 

30> 12 «* 
.— Phillips, James, for Unlawful Detention, (J 

mhj 

— ^ Piper, James, for Manslughter, 24 / 12 n 

n Pistorie. Jo'^cnh, lor Miiinv a.:d Mi^rlor 

21 m 6y— 27 m 6 6 

Poller, John, and another, for Unlawful 

osHe?<sion, IDy 12 u-27 / 12 c 



Police ««" f'n't^'l . 

Pole- KdA.. for Railwar Offcnca, 10 « 12* 

Pfatr. Kliza. for As-^ulu 11/12 6 

Pre.. tile Mud Si ffivM, M^Jr^^s , for Perjury, 

I ut i2o--21 M 12 f» 

Prestt-r. -. fur Ex;.losive^ Act Offence, ;M 

; 1 1 « - -20 / 1 •.' ft 

Price. Kobert, for Frami 1 1 _/ 10 c 

Pri »^llev. Alfred, and others, for Stealing, 

11/ 12 A 
Putney Ga* Coinpany, for Illegally Dis- 
continuing Sup;»l\ing Gis. 17 / 12 »« 

Quilier, Juhn. for Drunkenness. 20 / 12 s 

Quinla .d. Michael, for Aisanlc, 4 / II < 

Kaymon 1, C F. O., for Imposition, Um5e 

Kea. John, for Contempt of Court, 2Sil d 

—30/6 d 

Reardon, Margaret, for Drunkenness, 27 j 

lie 
Beynolds. Thos., for Uidawful Detention, 

17 / 11 c 
Kicljardson. \V. T. W., and another, for 

Fraud. 17 m 12 /# 
Koberis, Geo., for Unlawful Possession, 1/ 

12r 

Robins, Oiz., for Attemj^ted Munler, 4/9 

RyjiuMii John, for Fraud, 24 j 12 a-29> 

II e 

Roj;ers. Jos., for Stealinsf. 1 / '2 /> 

R illantl. (^atharine, for K»-eping ()j)en dur- 
ing Prohibited Hours, '4 //i 12 a 

Romei<e. ilenry. for Stedin.?. ^ m Ma 

Rondeau, Alfieil, for Railway Offence, 1 » 

12 a 
Roi>er, Chas., for Forgery, 15 / 12 A— 24 f 

12 u 

Eliza, for SteaUni;, 14/12 /■-2S./' 12a 

Ro^e. 11. <le. for Felony, 20 / 12 « 

RoHland. 11. W., and another, for Wili'ul 

DnniMgiv 21 m 12 h 
Rudall, 11. A., and another, for F(»rgery, 'i** 

/ 12 n—7 Hi 12 //— 8 IN 14 />— 13 m 12 t<— 13 mi 

14 r/— IJ) //I 14 c 
Husdell, Wm., for Xot having a Liirense, 'J 

/ 1 2 r 

Russell. W. C. for Libel, 20 ut 12 a 

Wni.. for Stealing, 17/ 12 « 

Rynes, Mary, for Ill-treating Two Children, 

25 / () 6—27 ? t» « 
Sage, Edw., for Cattle Disease Offence, 19 

f\2b 
— *— Sanders, II. \V., for Rioting G /*11/— 13/ 

11/ 

Jos., for Attempting to Defraud, lly 12k 

Sanson. Wm., for Fraud. IS/ 12 a 

Sap well, G. 11., and another, for Stealing, 

1*0 /■ 12 ti 
Saunlers. G. II., for Murder, 14 m 12 o— 

21 )H 12 r 
Jolm, for l.'nlawful Possession, 13 j 12 < 

— 14 / 12 .i 

NelnMuiali, for Assndi, 21 f \2 d 



Savin. Tln).s.. ft>r Wilhd Damage. 14 w ti A 

Savorv. J. L., and anolhjr, for Fraud, 2 / 

11 r_K /*'!2 '>— 21 ; 12 n 
. St. CliUi, for Aiteaipted Kxtoriiou, 25/ 5^ 



Nar. 31, 1879.] PAIJISR'fl TODKX TO " TUE TIMES " NEWSPAPER 



Police .ro?itimieti\ 

Schmitcalder, John, for Stealing, IS ;ii 12 6 

—25 m 12 a 

School Board Suromonses. 4 i 11/ 

Schmidt, Carl, for Hotel Robberiea, 9 ; 4 /* 

Scott, Archibald, for Obstruciion, 17> 12 6 

John, for Stcalinif, 1/11/ 

Scowcrof r, Wnlter. for Jb'rawd, 1 7 / 9 /" 

Senger, Klizabeth, for Nurses' Act Offence, 

lly 12 a 
Sell, H. M., and others, for Parks Regula- 
tion Act Uff«*nce, IfiJ \2n 
Severn, Chas., and another, for Stealing. 

22m Uu— 20 m Ha 
Shaw, John, and another, for Felony, 3 n 

12 a 

Robt,, for Stealing, 22 f'lOf 

Wni., for Wife Btiiting, 28 76/ 

• Shea, John, and another, for Burglary, m 

U « 
- — Sheen. Wm.. for Fraud. 10 ?« 12 « 

Sheffield and PrebWe. for Perjury, ]0 f\2n 

Shelley, S. J., for Attempted Suicide, (J /' 

12a ^ 

Sh«)rt, Geo., for Kobbery, 4 ; « 

Sidbury, Jas., for IUeg>i'l Kinhiiig, 24 /« (» /* 

Sdvera, Kugefie, for Fraud, 3 m ii a— 10 m 

12 a— 17 m 12 #/ 1 
Siniai'9, J as., for Murder, 11 / 12 A — IS / 

12 a • ; 

• Simper. Philip, awl ofhors, for Parks Uegu- I 

Lit ion Act Uffen e. 25 / 1 1 « ; 
Skinner, Jos., and another fur Burglary, 22 

« 14 it 

' — Smith, C. n., and others, for Fraud. 1 m 1 2 n 

PJi/., for Attempted Suicide, 21* ) \\ e 

Kre<l.. for Burjjhiry, 24 j 12 h 

' Geo., for Aj*sault. 0/ 1 1 /*— 14 / 12/ 

• for Burplary. 31 m 12 a 

H. J., and another, for C-onspiring to De- 
fraud. 2 ; 1 1 r 

J. M., for Forgery, 30 / 10 c 

Wm..for Attempiingto Defraud, 10/ 12 a 

and another, for Burglary, .5 / 12 a 

and Uout ledge, fer Cutting Telegraph 



Police {continued), 

Steiger, Carl, for Larceny, 3 > ; II e 

Sterling, Chas., for Attempted Suicide, S j 

12r 

Stevens, Chas., and others, for Stealing, 21 

; 12 6 

Thos., for Stabbing, 15 / 12 a 



— Stevenson, 11, It., for C^tiin^ and Wound- 
ing, 17/11 « 

— Stewart, C. J., for Non-payment c* Waget, 
29 i i\ e 

— Stonchewer. ThoJ»., for Stealing. 1 7 ,/" H / 

— Stnidwii'k, J. 11., for Noi having a Liicenaey 
7 m 12 h 

S urman, Geo., fur Explosives Act Offence, 



2H/ 12 // 

Sullivan, Geo., for Burglary, 26 m 13/ 

John, and a tot her, for Burglary, 6 m \2k 

Summers, Get)., for Stealing, 2<» / 12 a 

Sutheiland. A. K.. for Forgery, 1» m 14 a 

Sweefer, John, for Stealing, 2o / 12 a 

TaiK)r, (ieo., for MauKlaughter. 12 m 13/ 

Talbot, J. M., for Attempted Suicide, lo j 

12 a 
Taylor, Jaa., and another, for Burglary, J 4 

/I'-^ / 

Kobt., for Attempted Suicide, 3 7' 9 «— 9 



./ 1^6 



Samuel, for Fraud, i) j \\ c 



'Jen Mabty SeaiiH'ii, I(m- IK'seilion, 24 j 4 « 

iMen, lor B**gtfiug, 2.i ; II / 

Thineeii Meti, for Engaging in a Glove 

Fi^ilil at A}lesi.)!»e. 3^ 7 e 

I liouiaH, Jolir, for Assault. 1 ; 10 a 

for Not Providing hime .iuiee to the 



Wire^, 20« lOe 
• Siielling, —, and others, for Obstruction, 

12/12 6 
Snow, Wm., f4)r Attempting to I ick Pockets, 

7/l2« 

Soper. Geo., for Incendiarism. 13 ; 12 r 

^— Sorrensen, Maria, and another, for Stealing, 

11>12 6 
• South Eastern Railway, Secretary of, for 

Naidance, 21 m 12 // 
*— Speedy, Capt. Wm.. for Thamee Conservancy 

Act Offence, 24^ 12 6 

■ — Stacey, Jan., and others, for Begging, 3 / 

12 

- — Stackfidd, Wm,, and another, for Aesault, 
\3\2h 

Stanfield, John, for Mining Act Offence, 

13 m 10 « 
- — Stanton, Walter, for Fraud, 4/ 11 <? 

Steer, Edwin, for A.<t4ault, 27 /» G d 

- — -Stephens, Rich., for Shipping Act Offence, Trowbridge AKred. for rt nling. If/ 1 2 4 

*^j 11/ • Tuekey, Alired. fur Burgl.ry. 2-' j '> V 



Ai'ottiu^ 4 / 5 / 
TlM>n)]K«on, EU«., for Drunkv'nness, 4 m 12 <? 

Frank, juulatioiher, for Burglary, 4m 12 c 

Fred., for Frauil, 20/ 12 //— <J m 1 1 / 

(iio.. lor Stealing, 7 / 9 e 

Skirvlug, for Atienipting lu Defraud, 4 m 

12r— 6 m II e—\^ m 13/ 

Thorley, Bert«ard, for Assault, 18 w 12 a 

Thorne, G. 'i'., for Attempted Muuler, 2 ; 

11 a 

Thornton, Jc»s., for Contempt of Cotirt, 24 

J 10 H 
Thyme, V. 11., for Destroying Four Orna- 
mental Trees in a Churchyard, 21 j 12 6 

TibliiiigB. Wm., for MisilK'haviour, 28 / 12 A 

Tibbie, Geo., for .Manaiiiuglucr. 5 m 12 6 

Tiernan. — , for Muixler, 4 / 1; /— lly «»/ 

Time well, — , for Board of Works -At!i Of- 
fence, 21 HI 12 ft 

J iuu)ihy, E. E.. for Fraud, 4 i 1 1 ,/ 

'loler, 11. ']'. L., and another, Uvr Attempting 

to Detraud, Ik m 12 a — 17 lu 12 a — 21 m \'s a 
—2Ttn 12 b 

Tombs, Walter, for Larceny, 5 w 12 b 

Toms. Uobr., for Nuisaiuu*, 2."» /lie 

Toiixon. Jo.H., for Fraud. 'J7 iu 12 6 

Tramcar, Conducuirs, lor Obstruction, 10 

m 12 6 

Tritner, Wm., for Attempted Suicide, 1.1 J 

12 a 



Pol 



PAI.MKu's INDKX TO '* TU« TIMKS '• NEWSr^I'EK. 



[Jap. I ^ 



Police \rt-/itiin( a). 

i'wo JSliiili'iits, for l)i>ortk'ilv C'ontluct, \) j 

12 h 

Tyjrc'tt. ('. A. for A<-Mi:lt. r../12 a 

Urqiiluii, K. W.. f«)r Atl.il'onuion. J?i m 12 a 

— - V\>iry of St. lu'ori:i.'*s. IlanovLT Sqiuire, 

tor Sji:.it.-!n- Art Ufi -luv. '.'7 / TJ h 
VIhs-jU, Antliin. a..il aiunluT. for l-'raiul, 

21 m 1 ' (• -L'*' m I i /• 

\i n e liiin r*l fi>r I>r.in'a"UK'SM. 1.3 / V2 b 

Wad.. Jiliii, lur At.euijteii Barijlarv, 11 w 

12 r* 
Walker, A lain. f»»r Highway Ivobbv-ry, 8 y' 

U) c 

(i(M».. for Km^(vl- niMit, 1<> ^0 /' 

WMllao , Al rcn, fo U.. law fully liuyinj; a 

Coat, l-i / IJ r; 
\\ ul>li, liilw., ami another, for liurjylary, G 

»i 11/ 
Ward. Chiis.. aiul others, for Drunkenness. 

liy 12 b 

.iuliii, and another, for Assault, 4 m 12 c 

Ware, John, and another, for Stealing, -4 3 

WH»-ing, John, for Knibezzlomcnt. 16 ; 8 c 

Warner, Eliza, for Detteriion. 28 V 12 b 

Warren, Ellen, for Abandoning her Chilil. 

31 m 12 a . . 

W. O.. for A«sauU. 10 m J)/ 

Wasa. Mary Alee. f(»r Shuilinjj a Little 

Hoy in a park Cedai with a Savage i)og, 27 

jkjb ' • ■ - • 
Watston, II. T., for Burglary, <] / 12 4— 13i 

12 6 ' 

J., and another, for Burglary. 13 m 10 e 

O.la^ulo. for Korgei'y, 15 y' 12 /i 

Hobt., for Atlempiiug to Defraud, 28j 12 

6— 4/ll#» 

Wni.. for Alti'inptinir to Defraud, 21 / 126 



Police (ron/iHuftI). 

WilKon, Jas.. for Unlawful Possession, 20 > 

12 a . - 

Mary, for Fraud. 14 /* 12 /* 

Wni., for Unlawful l*osiM?s*ion. 7 w 12 6 

Winston. John, for TliaVnes ConterYancy 

Act Offenee, 30; II / 

Wii senhnu eo, Gustave. for Fnad. 1 Sy' 1 1 « 

Wohlgenuth, Ooniud, for i:a)oke Kui^ance, 

1 m 1 2 .1 ... 

Widfreys, — , for Stealing, 2r. ^ 12 a 

a Woman, for Adviee and Assistanos, S ; 

12 f— 9/ 12/^—14; 12 h 

Ivelative to a Grare, in which a Person 



wa.s llicgally Uuiied, '^ f 14 b 

for Stiftlmg. 20 /* 12 a 

for Unlawful Pledging. 11 / 12 « 



Wattrf. Wm., for Slealing. <; / 1 1 /' 

Webb, John; f(ir Forgery. 2vS / 1 2 h —»/ 1 2 a 

West. U. N., for lii>2aaiy. 14 / 12 a 

Wni., for Sicalicig. 2G m l.'> e 

Whant. 'I'hos.. for JIe^gii»<;. 27 j l\ e 

Wliutely. Matihew, and olhtrs, for Steal- 



ing. :JI / 1 1 « 

Whu'ler, J(;3., for Non-pay mint of Waire.^, 



16./ II o 

\\ hiftVn. Wm.. for Krnbor/l tnent, 24 / 12 a 

\N hiie, Jane, lor 'ili;o\viiig \'djiol oji a 

Man, a / 12 ^/ 
Thos., for I'ui^lary. ,'» » J) e 

Whitolcy. Wm., tor Cii\iig KaLse Wi-ight, 

■ 2 [ til ! 2 h 

Whitfenr, 1 hoH,. for .Assault. 27 / 11 / 

Whxhrow. \S'm.. ai-.tl a..oJlicr, lor (fitting 

and U (lui.dii'g. 17 / 12 </ 

Wilkins, G. A., tor Drunkemus.s. IS / }'l a 

\\ ill.am, (juo.. and anolher, t\*r Siealing, 

2 J m 1 2 ri 

Wilhams, C'has., for Felouv, 14 / 12 f—2\ 

f \> c 

' Francis, for Stealing. 25 m 12 a 

W. K., for Stealing. 21); 1! e 

Williuott, Geo., for Atirmpting to Steal. 4 

/U e 
Wills, Jos., for Forgery, 14 /a J I « 



~ Wood, Mr. G., for Polluting the Thaoies. fi 

VI t c 

Newman, for Selling Bad Food, 27 » « * 

W. H:, for Deblors' Act Offence, t j ' f 

— W^oodruff, Albert, for Reckless Driving. U 



/•He 

^— Woolford. Henry, for Stealing, 24 / 12 a 

— Wrench, E. L., for Forgerjr, Ac, 14 m 12 a 
— 20 w 12a--27m \2 b ' 

— Wright, AHguBtus. and anothor. fur Steal- 
ing, 17 Mi 12 n — 24 Ml 12 ri 

— Wrtixburgh, Wm., and another, for Burglarr, 
20/ 12 o— Sw 12 /> • ♦ 

— "Wyatt, Hich., for Burglary, 7 ; 9 « 

— Wythe, Fred., for Burglary, 7 lii 12 A 
^utes^ Edmund, and ««^hers for Libel, 11 > 



11 e 



Young, Fmncis, for Assault. 4 ; 11 • 
— Thos., for Burglary. 87 11 A 



Nran. a Pole 



L>le, fof Begging. 29 w 14 6 
Public Meetmgs, 3,;d< 



Police Duties at 

' — '" City, KnferUiiuiuentto, by the Lord Mayor 

and Corporation, ^ j \ f 
New Kcgulatioti about Robberies, &c^ 4 m 

— h'otirenient of Mr. Baxter of GieeDwich 
Divifiion, 1 .;" 9/ 

at Wooiwieb, Donations Presented to all 



Members of the Force at, 4 ; G/ 
Pollution of Ki\er8 Act, 5/ ri b— mid 
Pondieherry to have the Klectric Light, S / 5 e 
Poole (^C. F.) Robbing of a Railway Train in 

Mexico. 4^36' 
Poor Kates and Paui)crism, 11 / 11 d 
Pope '^ rhe; n.* a Poet, 25 ; 4 ft 
I'ori of Dublin, *iti / 11 e— Gi« 6 e 

- - Loniion, 27 w 4 / 

Wine, 15 m 4 </ — 19 m 4 f 

Porter^' Benevolent AB»ocia(ion. 27 »a Z /* 
Portomonih. New urammar School at, 20 y 4i 
I'ortngal— I*}), of Auifra':) Postoral on the Lack' 

of Candidates for the Priesthood, 18 m 5« 
( handier of Deputies— Proceeding*, 23^5 

«— :U;5/' 
Conce^.'sions for Farming Fores' s and Mines. 

H>;.5 /'— 15 ml e 

Interview of the Kii^g with King Alfimscx 

07 5./ 

— '- Order Forbidding to Send Anns to the 
Zulus, 17 wiCc 



MHr. 31, 1879.1 iwi.M Kit's ixnKX to 

7 _» 



(< 



K M 



fill-: TIMhS NKWSl'^rKR. 



Pro 



Portugal ami Eni^latui. \0 m S c 
Troops Sent to Punish the Natives of Bolor, 

Post Office Money Order and Savings Bank 
Offices, Alterations and New, 80 > H y— 28 J 
fi «— 27 i« 10 /■ 

Notices, 8.; 6/— 227 6'/— 19 / 7 rf— 6 m 8 a 

— 2^m/lf 

Order Cardfl in Fiance, 8 w 7 rt . 

Orders anil No Money to Meet them, 20 m 

Orphan Home, Christmas Festival, 4 / 10 e 

Savings 6ani, New Btiilding: in Victoria 

Stfect, 7 M^a .. 

Servants — P^ibraries for, 16 j 3 rf 

Fotftage Stanips, 7 w 10 c 

Fowtal Union, 1 7 m 6 r 

i>well^ (H. and R.) on House Property, 8 7 7 rt 

Pnmcliers'for To-morrow, 4/6 c — 11^ 9 /— 18 
> 11 c— 25 ;« A— 81 ^ 8 «— 1 /6rf— 8 / 7 e— 15 
/ 10/~22 /• 1 1 e-1 «4 9 e- 8 M 7 «— 15 ni 13/ 
— 22/ia/— 29 i« 12 « 

for February, 31 j 8 n 

Preece and Struh on Acoustics, 3 m 6 e 

(W. H.>on Electric Light, 8> 11 e 

Premier, Addresses to, 1 1 m 9 « 

PresbyteriAh Convicts. Notice about, 18 *» 7 

P&ESS PBOSECXJTIONS : — 

Jioit Anqft'con Tittt^a^ for Libel, 8 m 5 « 

• France riouveUe^ for Libel, 9^ 5 h — 10 / 5 c 

—21/5 d 

/Tj/aro, for Libel, 14 m 4 c 

the Guvroche, for Libel, 11 ; 5 A 

the hmitrnt, for Libel, 25 ; 5 6 

Hu.^ki Mir, for Libel, 22 / 5 H 

Revolution Fruruui^e^ for Libel, 15 j 5 6—8 

;/* 7 h 

Saunders Irinh D,iiit/ News, for Libel, 13 /" 



11 d 

— the Theatre. ft»r-LibeI. 22 / 1 1 r 

the Times, for Libvl, 27 r'4 d— 28 m 4 c 



Truth, for Libel, se^ Litton v. Laboucherfy 

Civil Actions 
Preston at id District Powe^ Loom Weavers' 

Winders* aud Warpers' Association, Annual 

Statement, 10/77 
Quarter Ses-ions— Proposal to Stipe&«l a 

Chaurinah, 6/9/ 

- (Edw.) Unclaimed Lotter}* Prizes, iif 11 h 
Prerailiiig Distress— Proposed Mansion Hou^e 

Fund, 1 7 10«— 3i8 A 

Notices and Meetings about. I J 10 « ~2 ; 

6/— 3j 3/—7; 5 «— 8/6 r-9i 11 ^'-ll / 10 
•—U ; 6 c— 17 > 6 «/— '23 / 6/— 24 J 10 //— 25 

Relief Fund ait Sheffield, 2j 5 /— 7 jSe 

Prevent ion of bloods, 18^ 116 
Prasinoiscopei, 15 /'8 6 

Price's Patent CAhdle Company. 8 m 13' </— 20 m 

Id ^ 
Pric^a of Farm and Diary Produce, 11 / 7 c 
— -^ ot FobJ, A^., CoHifKired with Former Years, 

» ; 7 A . 
~i — of Meat, Fish and Bread, 2/11/* 
: ot Vegetables, Fruit and Poultry, 6 /■4 e— 

- 10/7 c-12 fWh 

iHifiee (Jotrn) Mttfos fdr the Oa^; 19/ 10 c 



Prinoe Edward Inland— I he Ministry Kesign, 10 

Hi t) r 

Now Ministry, 13 m 5 <?— 17 m G c 

New Election, 20 m ."> <• 

Princess Lonisi* Home. Meetings. 18 /'o / 
Printers Pension C'crporatitm. 15/ 10/— 7 m S f 
Prison Act and the Majristraey, 17 w< <>/ 
Prisons New Act, C hunges Kesuliing from, U J 

\0c 
Notes about, 17 J G e- 1 8; 10 f—24j 6 c— 

31 7 12 c 

New Act, Notes on, 27 / 10 e^2Sj 10 c 

Act, Meetings about, 21 y 4 f 

Charities, ;il / 4 6 

Statistics, 1 ;■ 1 1 /* 

PritchardahdSonSjOn theLossof l<iePowm«roni'»,* 

29 / 8 6. , 
PBIVY OOimOIL:— 

Asad Ali Beg and others r. Zuffen Ali Beg 

and others, 21 m 4 c 

Attorney General for the Isle of Man u. 

Mylehreest and others, 8 m 5 h — 16 m 4 d— 12 

m s 

Ball's Patent, 17 / lOf— 187 4 a 

Bank of New St>uih Wales 1;. Uwston, 19 /' 

4 rt— 21/4 r>— 29 m r»c 
Borough of Baihnrst r. Macpherson, of 4 

c—(\ / 4 h—\2 m 5 e 
Burra Lall v. Court of Wards. 11 /'4 r— 13 

/4 it—\4f 4 b—]b/4 n—'3^ m 4 u 
Campbell v. CtHnnicrcial Bank of S> dney, 

\J 4 A— 3/4 r— 17 f 4n 

Cohen r. S;uuk'!uan, 13 m 4 a 

re Fryer's Patent. 15 ; 4 d~-\i\ j 10 e 

Ghoss:iin Lnelieni Narain v Tokraj Singh 

and otluTs, 22 ; 1 1 // 

ilannni v. Falle. u / 4 a— 10 f 4 a 

llujfhes's Patent. JiO / '^ d ' 

Hurdeo Bux v. Jownhir Sinijh. 25 ; 4 d-?* 

m 4 o 
Itnrit Kooer and another r. Koop Narain 

fc^inifh. lo m 5 p -17 /;> 4 c 
ilug^^adumba D.ss^ei' ?•. Tarakant Bannerjee 

and others, '11 f 4 n 
Kishandatc Bam r. Mumtaz Ali Khan, 20 

m h e 
Krifhnama Charier, SiC. v. K^i^hna^am1 

Tata, &e., 1*.> m a 
Maharajah Radha Pro>hacl Sin'jrh v. Umbica 

Persad 5>iitgh and ano:her, i4 m 4 -t 
Melbourne Banking (o J] oration r. Brou;^- 

hanV, 27 / 4 r 
Narayanrao Bameliandra r. Bamahay, 19 

VI () a 
Nawab MeTka tTahen Sahlba r. Deputy- 

Ccmimis^loner of Lucknow. 'l^j A il—'*4j II /* 

Perkins's Estate, 31 7 3 <? 

Hat Bahadoor bingli v. Aehunibit Lai, 7 / 

3r 
Sayad Mir, Ujmudin r. Zlaul Nissa Bogam' 

and another, 2*s m 3 e 

Skinner »•. Orde and others, 22 m {\ h , 

Umat u/ Zohra i*. Mirza Ah Ivadc ai;a 

a no. her, 24/4 n 
Pn»bate and Administration, 27 t \\f 
Pruetor (L. J.) Horses in Naial. 19/10 d 
Produco Markets,' see every (/oy's pdiffr 



Pro 



PALUEH^S INDEX TO *^ THB Tr3I£S " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. I to 



Propoied Colonial Museum, 15 ; 8 <f 

Protectionists' Tariffs, 11 ; 5 rf 

Provident Clerks* Mutual Life Assurance Associ- 
ation. 20 fir 
— Life Office. 2S / 7 « 

Prudential Assurance (ompanj, 8 m 13 a 

Public iiousus iu Ireland and Sunday Closing, 
21 m 12 a 

— Houses, Note al>out, 19 ?n 13/ 

-^ — Income and Kxpenditure, A j 7 rf— 15 j7 c 
—22 ;• 76— 2a ; 7 c— 6/7 6—12 fl c— 19 /'U 
^— 20/G 6—5 m 10/— 12 m 13 6—19 m 12 6— 
^Gm 14 a 

Libraries Act. 19 w 11/ 

Meetings, Police Duties at, 3 j 3 e 

I'rjsicJlors, Note on, 24 m 8 a 

y^ orks Loans, 25 /' 1 1 s 

Publicans, Koply to Mr. Parker about, 4 ; 10 / 

]'uleston (— ) at Devoniiort. 24 / <> a 

Punnett (11. M.) on Kuilwsy InlmdTiaffic, 18 
.;7 6 

Purse Snatchinj; near (Ijdi* Park, 15/4 f 

Pyke and Mincliin. on ihw Liability of Mariied 
Women, 3/10/ 

Q. 

Quarantine. 14 / 1 1 /— i9 /O/— 24/G 6— 5 wi 5 
e — 6 m 7 d — 21 m 5 c— 21 m 7 d 

at the Cai.e, 20 m 10 e 

»— in tlie I'^st, 21 / 7 « 

in the Tyne. M* m 11 /"— 21 m 5 d 

Note on, 4 / 10 / 

Queen Anne's Statue in St. Paul's Churchvanl. 
4 M 10 r/ 

Chiilotte*s L)in;,'-Iim llospitnl, Ar.nual 

MiHting. 2;") / U a- U m 10 / 

Queen's Collcgts liclfuut, Lonl DuCfcriu Visits, 
4./ t* / 

Qucvi Rlfuul, Now Ministry, 7 / ti 6 

Kxploraiions in. 27.M /" 

Nt-w«. 2U 7 <; ,— f! y 5 //— 7 w 5 f 

Quekett Micro6U)])i(Hl ( lub, 17 m 4/ 

QueiUR'UCS. M.) VVi'srniinslfr Hospital, 8 .j 1 ] A 

Quin (Dr. Fui*lt'r) Price t)i»le Li»l ol his IJooks. 
Picuiri'S. ^c, 27 f H ft 

Bequest to the London Ilonioeoptth c Hos- 
pital, 4 / 5 /' 

!{. 

){ailway Accltlent?*, .se Acciuknts— Iiailwat 

Attempt to Vpsei a Train at Ni«Jiliy hala- 
tion. 14 7 114 

Attempted Munlor of a Young Ciirl in a 

'I'ndn at Conrcelk-s. 14^/3 d 

AutoniHfic Coupling on. IG ; 10 A— «; / [\ f 

Awards to Victims on ihu (.ork jind Mac- 
room Hallway, a I mi 6 6 

■: 13 luck isy&itni. 20 m 5 6 

•: to the lJ*»l:in l'a>s, 17 ; 8 n 

•= Brsku Kxperimcnth, 28 /lie 

r of Gau^ra in Iiidi* and Want of Kaihrnys 

to the BoUui and Kliyber, 28 / 1 1 / 

('Mle<U)iiian, Alteration of \Vaj;es, 7 m 8 c — 

%m 11/ 

I allj on Shareholders, 3 m 7 a 

Charges, 21 j 7 0~ 2;i ; 7 u 

( (iinniunicauon between Pahsengors and 

GUilil|.^. L'4 / 10 M 

-— (.'o.itiumMis li.a..c.»», u / 3 /' 



liailway. Continuous Footboards, 8 j 6 i-S ; 

11 rf— 14 J 10 rt 

Debonture Trust Company, 5/7 e 

and Fot>t Warmers. ir> i 10/ 

Goods Tnriff by, 14 ; 7o— Ift; 7 6-29)7^ 

Traffic in Germany, 28 > 9 J 

Government Duty on, 3> 3 «— 21 ; 6/ 

and the Increase Rate on Seatoa Ticketi, 

9 ; 7 / 

Inland Traffic, 18 ; 7 6 

Kit g Dr. Strousberg, Sale of tl e Estate of 

in Bohemia, 1 8 la 8 6 

T^aager, 31 m 10 c 

London. Cliatham and Dover If sue Time 

Tables lor Thee Mouths, 8 /« 12 e 

Lonjr Hours if Work on, 22 ; 10/ 

Novel Ire ine<l Railway System, 20 w U J 

Offieers and Servants' AssociatH)n, Anotw 

Festivjil. 2{\ J 5 « 
Over the Mi sonri, on the Ice, 4 m 4 o 

Ovei-crowding in Trains, 4 j 11/ 

Parcels, the Consigner Liable ifor Cairiage 

not the Consignee, 10 / 7 c 

Passenger l)uiy, IG ; G h 

Question of Guage for India, 3 »« 6 rf— 4« 

8 r— 4 m 1 1 n 

Rtduciion of Fares on the Highland Rail- 
way, 2r. / 1 1 6 

Uelrerhments at Station*. 24 m 10 c 

Season T cket lloMers, Me ting of, to Pro- 

li'St agai;i8t luereaMUg the uales, 4 j Uy— 1'^ 

ji;^._n; , (I /—^oy 7 '* 

CorrcspoiKlence al>out, 8 ; G d—Vi j 6,/- 



15 y 10 /- 30 ; 7 r— 31.; Of/ 
— Servants. l*ropo>eil liethiction of Wages by 

the Midland, 2 ; 10 «?-(i /'5 d 

Meeting ahout, 3 / (» «: 

an) the Publ.c, 25 > 7 / 



— Share 'Iruht Company, .)/7 e 

— Strikis and Continuous Brakes, 21 / lOa 

— Temperance Helrc^bment Uoouih, Oi>eiiiDg 
of One at Louih, *J / 7 c 

— '1 liievos. 7 / 4 /■ 

— and Tia.Jers.31 ; 7€-7/G f—\\ /4fr-13 

'— Tndrie K. ceipts, Clinn^'eK in. 23> 7 a 

Unpui.ctuiiliu, :>\j 12«(— 3/ 7 0—VM'^J 



RAILWAYS : - 

Atlantic and Great Western, 7 > 4 t— 8 / ' 

a_w.-, ; 7 /,_'j4 / 7 /_2^ / 11 t—^M 7«/-4* 
11 (1 — 13 w 7 rf— 20 i/> 7 rt 

Mississippi and Ohio. 24 m 7 a 

Austrian and Riniiuanian, 8 / Ti « 

Aylesbury and Buckingham, 12 nt 13 c 

Hahia and i^an Kianciseo. 31 iw 7 d 

lianbury and Cht^lten ham. Execution Lctiw 

on, G / 7 e— 2H / 11 d—i m 10/ 

Berks and Hants Extension, SI m 7 d 

l^)hiar, 24 /w 7 a 

15»)inhay, Uarodn, &c., 5 m 116 

Brazilian Slrfet, 21 wi 11/ 

Breion and Men hyrTydtilJ unction, 24 ^Jy 

- Brig ton, 22/7/ 

Bristol and I'ortishead, and Dock Coinp«»/» 

4 m \\ d 

Brondoy Piro«*t. 13 / 7 e 

iiullalf* ami hake Uuioii, 1 /U f 



Mar. 31, l-'^TO.] palmru's indkx to tub " times ** newspaper. 



Bdl 



Bailwaya (^continued), 

Bury Sf. Ediuund*8 and Thetford. 7 w 11 « 

Calc'donmn, 5 m U c/— 13 «i 7 </— 21 wi 11 e 

Culls. Stock Exchange LUt, lOy 7 a 

Cambrian, 24 /7 / 

Central American, 14/66 

Arge.itme, UJ / 7 </— 3 /" 1 1 / 

Bahia, 12/7 6—13/7 5 

of Jersey. 11 mil 'i— 13 m 7 6 

Civdad R.*al, King of Spain at the Opening 

of, 8 > 5 </— ir> ;■ 5 «— 4 / 5/— 6 f b J 
Landslip on, 10 / G c 



Cleator and Workington, \7 fl d 

Cockormouth, Keswick and Penrithj 18/11 

</— 'Jo / G« 
Cuichester, Stour Valley, Sudbury and 

Halsit^al, 2\ a 1 e 

C« 1 ;e ValU-y and Ilalsteud, 20 fie 

Cora wall. 15/11/ 

Uivunne to Collo^ne. 11 f^d 

Dublin, VVicklow and Wexford, 8 f(J/—20 

fie 
East Indian, 3/8 e— 11 j 7b-^\3f7a—27 

3 7 a—\oJ 11/— 17 / 7 a— 17/m 7 a— 18 «i 11 a 

IxMiiion. 4 / 7 c— 5 /*7 a 

Norfold, 17 f'7 d 



Elbow to Goie, First Sod Turnv'd by Mr. 

Baliame, 4 /Ti / 

Erie, 3 J 8 e 

KcH:oii8tructioi, 21 m 11 tt 



Klijcsiowe, and Tier Conipan y. 29 / 1 1 d 



Kurnoss, 24/7./— 27/ C. «--2S / 1 1 <? 

Glasgow and South Western, 2i; / G c— 6 m 

11 r/— 13/« 7 d—*M M 7 d 

Gothard, 1 1 m 5 b 

Govan and Portpatrick Junction. 15 fl\ f 

Great Kaatern, 21/7 c— 23 / 7 #•— 1 /G c 

and 'IVndring Hundred, 23 » 7 c 

Konhern, 8/6 e— 14/ 12 €—22 / G < 

of Scotland, 1 9 »« 1 2 r 

and Western of Ireland, 10 /"7 c— 15 f 



11/ 



Southern and Western, 11 f7 d-^\7 fid 



- Western, 1 7 .; 8 c— 2 1 / 1 1 J— 24 f 7 ./— 



l m 10 e 



of Canada, 21 m 11/ 
Yarmouth and Norfolk, 8^*7^ 



Halesowen, 20/ 7 t 

Huns; an ton «nd West Norfolk, 3! mid 

on Ice over the Mi.ssouri, First Train, 4 mi 

4 h 

Hlinois antl St. Louis Brit^ge, 13 ; 7 c/ 

Tunnel, 27> 7 6 

Central, 4 / 7 c 

Iquiqne and La Nona, 27 m 7 6—28 m 11 a 

Isle of Wight. 14 / 12 t 

Kettering, Thrapston and Huntingdon, 7 7/1 

11 e 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, 9 j G « 

— 10 j7/ 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, 9 / 6 t — 1 / G e 

— la / 7/— 20/7 e— 27 ml t 

Liynvi and Ogmore, 2bfl€ 

^- — London, Brighton and South Coast, 16/ 7 rf 

— 18.;7«— 30;7rf 

and Blackwall, 1 fl c 

CUaiham and Dover, 30 j 7 ^/— 13 / 7 e. 



Railways (continued). 

London and Greenwick, 15/7 d 

and North Western, 8y G e— 15 f W f— 

Ufl e 

and South Western, 1 /« <— 7 y 7 c— U 



f\2 e 
Tilbury and Southend, lflc—2\flj— 

25 fiie 

Londonderry nnd Ennipkillen, 18^ 7 « 

Madeira nnd Maniore. 4 /' 7 6 

Mancliesier, Sheliicid and Lincolnshire, 18 

; 7 «— 23 / 7 r-3n ; 7 e— 17 fl </— 3 m 7 d 
Murvport and Carlilo, 31 / 7 d~(j f7 d- 13 

/7e 
M-tropolilan, 7 (I e— 10 j 7 J— 17 > 7 c — 

14 / 12 / — J^ m 10 / 

l>i>tiut, 2'.) / 7 '/— 5 /7c 

of t:onsraiitiiiople. 20/7 c— 13 m Id 

KxteiiNion, 11 / 7 « 

and St. Johti's Wo d. 25 m \i d 

Miilii;r.iii (^eptral. 1<) / 7 </ 

MidlMii.l. 5 / 7e-12 f 1 e~V,) ru e 

Great Western of Irehiud, 28/11 e— 8 m 

13 d 

of Canadn, 13 ni 1 d 

MwS''ow, 9 / i) r 

Mij.seile, 1?< .' 5 <' 

Naii'>nnl. IG ; 5 c 

Nc^w Yoik. l.Jike F.rie nnd Western, 23/7 c 

North l?nii-li, V> m 7 a—i.* m J 3 / — 20 m 1 

d~'l^ m 10 /■ 
KMStern. 1 fi> «-*< / t; ^—15 /'lie 

I>»tulun, 14./ 12«--2l /ll d 

and South Western Junction. !5 7 7 </— 

2'i j 7 c 

- Stafford.-liire. 'AO / 7 r/— 8 /G e 



Northern l?ential, 17 w* 7 d 

Orleans, 1 1 w 1 1 c 

Ottoman, 20 m 7 d—27 m 7 « 

Pembroke and Tenby, 24 J 7 e 

l*ennsylvanian, 4 m 5 *•— 21 w 11 « 

IVferborough, Wisbench and Sutton, 7ni 11 « 

Philadelphia and Ueading, 137" 7 u — 16 j 5 

</-21 ; 7 6-28 / 7 6 

Hhyniney,3i /7 d-l/l r 

Ro»s and Monmouth, 4 w* 1 1 d 

Koyal Sardinian, 24 ? 7 r/— 27 m 7 e 

Salisbury and Dorset Junction, 25 /*G « 

Sambre and Meuso, 4 m 11 d—H m 13 (i 

San Paulo (Brazilian), 31 «i 7 d 



-- St. Gothard Tunnel, the Longest ia the 
World, 14 ; 5 « 

— Sovenoaks, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells,. 
13/ 7e— 18/ 11 d 

— Severn and Wye, 19/11/ 

— South Austrian, 1 j 7 o 
Eastern, 9 ; G «— 17 ? 7 r— 18 / 10 a— 22 



>7d— 23/ 7c— 24/ 7 6—3/11 d— 7 f7u&c 
—13/7 6 

Uiseion the Fares, A f *^ f 

Notes on, 21 / G </- 23 /G d—2bj 1 a 



— TaflF Vale, 17 fl t/— 27/ G < 

— Thames Wackats, in New Zealand, Sir Geo. 
Grev Turns the First Sod, 1 / 5 / 

f raflic Ke(:eipts, 1 / 7 d—2 j 1 r/— 8 ; 8 /"— 



4 j 7 «-G ; 7 d-7J 4 d-H / 7 /'-9 / G./— 10/ 
7 r— 1 1 / 7 </— 13 / 7 f/— 14 / 7 r- 15 j 1 c- if 



E%i 



PALttEil'a IVDRX TO '^ TUB TIUKd " NEWSPAPER. 



r Jaq. I to 



fiailways {^rontmKec^): 
) 1 f—\l j 7e— ldi7«— 2ly7d-22J7«— 
L>3 / 7 d— 24 / 7 e— 2d> 7 e— 28 j 7 /— 29 j 7 « 
—30 J 7 /-31 > 7 e— I /« e-3 /" Uy— 4 /^ d 
—5 / 7 /— « /7«— 7/7 €— 8/(> #—10/7 c— 
11/7 d— 12 /•7/*~IS / 7/'—U /'12 c— 16/ 
11 «— 17/'7d-18/H W 19/ 11/'— 20 Z"?/ 
—22 /■ G «— 24 / 7 /*- 25 / 6 «— 20 / 6 /— 27 / 
6 €—28 f 1 J e— 1 m 10 e— 3 in 7 e— 4 w 11 d— 

5 m n d-Qm 10/- 7 ifi 11 i— 8 m 13 d^lO 
m 7 c— 1 1 M U e— 12 m 13 c— 13 m 7 e— U m 

6 e— 15 m 13 e— 17 i/i 7 d— 18 m 11 d— 19 m 12 
c— 20 -« 7 /•— 21 m 11 /— 22 m 13 c— 24 im 7 a 
—25 m U d— 27 wi 7 «— 29 w 13 «— 31 ml e 

' Returns, lOi 7 a 

Tunis Uailway, another Section Cooipletcd, 

I ; 5 d 

' Union Paciflc, 27 m 7 e 

Van, 15/11 

Varna, 31 w 7 d 

\V est Laiicnuhire, 19/11/ 

Western Uaijpootlma^ 25,/' 10 ri 

Worcester, iiromyard and Leominster, 31 

m 7 d 
Yarmouth and North Norfolk (Light), 8 / 

6e 
Rain Gauges, ij 10/ 
Kainfall in (/alifurnia, 25 i 7 d 
Kalli (^F.) on Eg\ pt, 1 7 m 1 1 / 
Uulston (W. K. S.) Lecture on tlie Mythology 

of Fairy 7 ales, 4 ; 9 /—I I » 4 /-7 m 3 a 

Mythology of I'opular Tiiles, 13/ G e 

Kandolph ^Adin., on NhvuI Taclics, 2oj 11 /* 

Kanken ^W. B.) on the24th'HugiH4ent» 14 w 11 5 

Kanyard (Cowper) Meieoric Oust, 22jB/ 

Kassom (H.) Heiilili of, 31 ; 9/ 

Kate Trovided Ho8i>ilal8, 28 /« 5/ 

Kathbone (— ) at LiveriKwl, 8 j 5 f 

Hating of Machinery and Free Trade, 7 j 9 6 — 

10; 7 c— 17; 4q 
IlHtlening at SlK-aield, 22 j 9/ 
Kuvenhill (J. K.;oii Miiriat Engines and Boilers, 

24 m 10 d 
KawDnson ..Majjjr Gon.) Koad to Merv, 28 ; 10 f 
(11. C.) British Agents in Afglianistan, 26 

/ll h 
^^Janic'i*; Chancery Taxing Masters, 4/126 

— 7/4/— 18/ 12 6 
Kavrson (Henry) on the South Eastern Itailway, 

20; 8 b-TAj7 d 
Kuylei^h (Lonl) on Electricity and Hain, 22 m 5 a 
I<ea(the Belfast S< Lcitor) Or<ler Kevoked Allow- 
ing him to Carry Arms, 1 m 5/ 
RcadCC. S.) at Diss, 11/10 6 

at Yarmoutii, 22 ; G d 

Keade (J. M.) Lhnestones as Index to Geological 

Time, 30 ; G c 
Beading and Eyesight, 6 /" 12 ft 

Gaol. Uesiguation of the Governor, 10 in 9d 

Realization of Estate— Novel Application in the 

Bankruptcy Court, 17 m 9 /" 
icbecca Kiols, 4 i 10 d— 9' ; 4 /"- 13> 11 a— I8j 

II a 

J — Grand Field Day Organized, 28; 10 d 
Ibeoeipt Stamps, Note on, «3 m 6 d 

^ Necessity for Small Acknowlcclgemcnts of 

X2 and Upwards, 24 ; G 6 
90 



Bed wood (Dr.) Lectures 6a Electric Light, 9>9 

. /-— l6;<Jd 

Seed (— > in Japah. U mr 10 /* 

— (Chas.) London School Board, 28 m 10 ^ 
Beinkens (Old Catholic Bp.) about to Many, i( 

J 3 d 
Belease ot Seth Etaiiii. 18 in 8 i 
tUnt Guarantee Society, 28 / 1 1 e 
Bents, Beduetk>n of, Notes about, 20 m 11 ^— 21 

m IQ/ 
Landlorda Alio vkig the 10 per Cent, 8 ; 76 

— 15/8^—16 y 4 a— 25 > 10/— S/6c— 19/ 

i)/-19/9/" 

'- — Col. North Betunit, 7 / i A 

Besponsibilities of Tnisteet. 1 ; 9/— 1 j 10 d 
Bevenue, Official Betum, 1 i 7 e 

I>o/ifation Towards. 19/IOd 

Returns, 13/10 « 

BZTIBWS:— . 

ArM)ld, Tlios., Manual of English Litera- 
ture, 10 7 4« 
Burritt, Elihu. Chips from Many Blscln» I 

y 3 / 
— Carteret-Bison, F. de, Our Schools and 

Colleges, 8 y 11/ 

Calholij Directory for 1879, &c.. 1 ; 4 a 

Chambers, G. F., Law ai Bates and Batingt 

2/4/ 
Law of Highways and Bridges, 2i 4/ 

ChriKtmas Hooks, 4 f 4 d 

Clifford and Bickard's Cases Decided in 



1877, 4/ 4/' 

— Commercial Books, 6; 7 a 

— County CompHnion. 9i 10 d 

— Crockford's Clerical Directory, 19/12 6 

— Ciinvnghame, Gen. Sir A., My Commsad 
in South Africa, 19/5/ 

— Dod*8 Parliamentary Con^isnion, €i4« 
Tterage, Baronetage and Kniglitage, 8 



j^h 



Fin la sun, W. F^ Privy Council as a Jodicial 
Tribii'^al 2 ; 4 d 

French Annuals, 1 /4/ 



Gififard, It. S., Jurisdiction of Magistrates, 

2 y 4 c , 

Haileck's International Law, I .; 4 a 

Handbook to the Upper Ten Thousand, 11 

fWc 

Hiime, David, Life by Professor Ilailey, o 

/3/ 

Law Books, 2 j 4 d 

l^ckliart, Nocnian, Political Year Book. 11 

/12 A 
— ^ — Macautay*s Railway Map. \OjTc 
Maliesou, C ol.. History of Afghanistan, 29 

m 5 

Monahan, J. H.. Method of Law, 2 t 4 d 

Orlando Furi so, Illustrated by Ottstave 

I>6re, 17/4/ 
Pafgrave, R. IL J., on Bank Sliaieholders' 

Liabiliiu*s, (> ; 7 a 

Pvm, Yeatman, on the Mayor*s Court, 2^4/* 

Skinner, Thus., Stock Exchange YeM Book, 

6^7 a . 
Street's Indian and Colonial Mercantile 

Directory. 10 / 7 A 
Underbill, Arthur, Private TroetA, 2;4r^ 



ifar. 31,' I8?d.] r^MlKR-s i^pisx TO ^* the tijiks" Nli:H^si»^p|jR. 



Boi( 



JKtvlewB {rontinuetij. 

Thomson, Juhu, Through Cyprus with the 

Camera, 5/3 « .... 

1V»l|)ol€(, Spencer, History of England from 

the Coiiclusiun of the Great War in 1815, 17 

Whcaton's International Law, 1 ; 4 a 

• Woolsey. T. t>J, Political Science, or the 

State.I>*3/ M I 

see also Books 

^ynolds (Sir Jostiu^) Chair. Sale of, 29 m 14 6 
(OtboriieV on the Accident on Board tl^e 

Thunderer, ]0 f 10 e 
Rhodes, Keported French Occupation of , 6 m 6 

a — 7 m 6 e — 1 1 m 5 d ' 

Rhodope Mountains. Crossing the, IGjSa 
• Refugees and English Relief, 1 ; 11 fr— 16 

^Con (Wod.) Special and Common Jurors, 11 7 

11 r 
Richardson (Dr. B. W.) on Health and Reci-ea- 
' tion,21;10y~li/10,/ 
pichardson-Gardiner^R.) Travelling on the Con- 
' tinent, 24 wi 10/ 
Rings in the Nose Worn bv the Young of Both 

Sexea in Porfa, 9 ; 10 a ' 

Note on. 10; 6 e 

Rio de Janeiro City Improrements Copnpany, 20 

M 7 a 
New Policy, 10./ 6 e 

gtpoo (Marquis of) at Harrogate, 11 7 10 a 
Lst (IJaetta) Gift for Gravel in London Koads, 
' 17/6/ ' 

Ritehie (C. T.) on the Burials Question, 20/6/ 
Jlitualisan, Meeting of Working Men at Liverpool 
' to Oppose* 27 M 11 c 

Bp. of Oxford and Mr. Carter, 22j9 f 

at Wolveiiiaoipton, 14 7 10 d— 1(> / id 6 

Rivers (H. E.) Figure Head of H. M. e. Virtory at 

Trafalgar, 3 m 8 c 
RiTera Conservancy Bill, 20 m 1 1 e 

' Piiriflcaiion Association 12 m 12 ft 

Roads, Notes oa the State of, 7> 9 c— 8 > 1 1 /— 

' 9fn/ 

Bobbery of £28,000 by Brigands, near Vera Cruz, 
' 18j6e • 

of a Railvray Train, in Mexico, 4 fdib 

with Violence at Manwood, 18 ; 10 / 

Roberts (W. C.) on Molecular Mobility, 23^ 10 d 

' (John) at Caerwy8,4 f U b 

Robertson (Caroline) Girfon College, 10 m 10 e 
Robinson (J. C.) Old English Decorative and 

IndoBlrial Act, 17y3/ 

(T. C.) Dangerous Coast, 28 J 6 cf— 6 /8 c 

Rochester ( Bp. o^ Advice to the New Vicar of 

' St. James's Hatcham, 31> 8 c 

lietter to the Churchwardens of St. Jameses 

Hatcham, 11 m 8 e 
Rocka, Mountain Ldcust, 18/10 /f 
Rogers (A. J.) 'Trade Prospects in Anserica, 16 

i4«" 
RodweU (H.) Address to the Izworth Fanner's 
' puW8/10^" 

(Dr. J.^ Relic of the Grande Armee, 24 m 

■ 6rf «.....•.■ 

(Major) Gatlings for Zululand. 17 m 11 r 

foils Chapel New Preacher, 1 m 5/ 



Itolieston (Professor) on Prehis^ric Faunas and 

Floras. 2ny 12 c' . -• 

Rf^man Ci'iljolic Acad^mia, Meeting, 18y9/— 2^ 

Bisjiop, Consecration of, 26 in 13/ 

ilicrarc^y ot {remand ' Appsintments an^ 

Elevations,' 21 m 8 Ti ' 

— Hoiise at Lincoln, If m 6/ 

University, Memorial of the National Club 

to Lord Beaconsfield on the Endowment of, 11* 

yua^ •■• ' 

Romanes (G. J.) Locomotor System) of Medusx, 

>8 ; 12 /> 
Romanism, New Converts to, 1/6 e — SJ 9 / 
Kbmer (Major Gen.) on the Zulo War, 15/10 c 
Ross (Major Gen.) on the 24th Regiment, 21/5 

'e — 6 »i 7 c 
Rossiter (\V.) Free Libraries for London, 18 / 12 & 

on Birds, 16 J 10 </ 

RODMAN) A :- 

Ariides of the Constitution, 1 J 5 c— 8/6 

c —14 m 6 d 
— '— BJrth nnd Dc-ath Rate la One Week in 

December, 6 i 5 « 

Euopc't. G ; 6 />— Uf 5/— 12 /he 

— ~- and Bulga- ia. 16/5 b 

Christians in. 7 j S d 

Court Ball on Eastern New Year's Evo, 7 



y3rf 



C'ustoms Commission Appoinled, 10/6 h 

— Diadem Ordeiei fioai Paris for che PJncess 
Elizabeth, 13;5// 

— Diplomatic News, 1/5 c — 3 j 3 a— 6 j 5 e 
—10) 6 a— 11^5 h — \ foe 

Disappearance, S'ngulsr,of Col. Gola, 9 /5 a 



—10 i 5 Tj— 14 ; 6 a— 20> 5 e— 22 j 5 c & d— 
24 ; 6 € — 1 ./ 5 e — 4 /5 e — 7 tn 5 d 

— Financial Statement., 19/5 d 

— Frontier Commission, 12 /6 6 
Line, 3 ; 3 a 

Grand Ball on the Orthodox New Year, 3 j 



Za 

— and Huni^ry, 8 j 6 6—10 m 6 6 — 31 m h f 

— Indepeiidanct. not Recognized by Europe 
until the Jews are Emancipated, W j b y— 16 
;6cf— I7;5e— 2<)>o/ 

— and the Jews, 28 / 5 rf— 4 f 5 e — 4 m 10 c 

— Jews in, Notes about, 21 j 10 6—23 ) 10 / 
-7/8 6 ' 

— Medal for Valour Conferred on Colonel 
Wellesley, 4 M 4 e ^ 

— > Memorial of the Jews to the Chambers, 8 j 
11 f/— 11/66 

— Ministerial Changes, 13 ; 6 6 

— Miscellaneous News, 2^6 6 — 4 j 6 a— 30 § 
6 /*— i 1/5 d-20 fh e— 22 /5 e— 27 ffi d-^i 
m 7 flf— 1 1 m 6 <f^l2 m 7 c— 28 m 6 (f— 31 m 6 a 

-^ Note on the Jews in. 20^* 4 c 

■ — Orthodox New Year Observed In, 14 ^ 5 i 

— Pea«ant Law Passed, 1 j 5 c ' 

— Postal Union, 1 7 m 6 6 

— Proceedings in the Chambers, 1 j 5 c& d-^ 
24/6 6—6 m 5 c— 24 w 6 6 

— Proposed Fort near Lake Lisim, ij 5 e 

— Raiiwsy News, 9 / 6 a 
Pro])osed Sale of, in, 20 J 6 a 



Snow Storms in, 2dj 6/ 



^O'd 



PAI.MKI{'« INDEX TO " THE TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



[JaD. 1 lo 



uiiil KiisMa, 7 / 5 c -13 /5 b— 13/G «— 17 

/ 5 /-!8 / 5 6 

UuBsians Still in the Dobrudja, 4/5 a— 6 i 

6 

Suliim a Free Port. 1 2 w 5 c 

ami the Tolmcro IJili, 31 / 5 / 

'i'obacco Monopoly, 1 / 6 c— 27 in 6 « 

Violent Storm in, *J / 5 «— 10 / 5 a 

VoiH for Hospital {Service in the Dobrudja, 

3 f 3 a 
Roumanian Government Iron Bri<]ce8 Company, 

ll/7rf ^ '' 

KoundcU (C. S.) on the South Eastern Railway, 

21 >G./ 
Roumelia, Eastern— Demonstration against M. 

Schmidt, 20 m 6 b & d 

Foreign Occupation of, 8 j 6 6 

Internaiional Connnission ISiitinfrs, GJ 5 / 

— 1 1 i 6 a— 13 y 5 c— 16 ; 5 a— 20 y 6 «-~10 m 

6 a— 27 m 6 «— 20 m 7 n 

Miscellaneous News, 7 /" 5 d — 13 J 5 b — 



14/5 /— 5 m 5 A— 10 /« 6 6—11 /« 6 b—iio mi 6 6 
— Mixed Occupation, 27; ^J—i / o c— 29 m 
If— I'd m 7 e & /— 31 m a 

Modifications of the Treaty Relating to 



Proposed, 5/3 d 

— New Governor for, A J G e—7 j 3 d—\Of 5 
rf— 13/5« 

— Review in Slivno, 20 m 5 c 

— and Russia, 31 t/i (> a 

— RuiSHian Policy in, 12/4 a 

— M. Schmidt Resigns. 25 w.* 5 c 
Programme, 31 ;« 5 e 

Statute of Organization, 1 1 ; 5 a— 10 tn 6 a 



Round the World in Sixty-three Days, 21 j c 

Note about, 23 ; 6 / 

in the .Atwo, 18 / 5 rf 

Royal Academy Exhibition of Old Masters, G / 
10 a 

Election of Professor of Scul]>ture, 31 j 



6/ 



Memorial of, I] /G h 

Now AssotiutC'S, 23 ; Of 

the Pri'Hjlent's Picture, 10;6« 

of Music, Concert at the Egpy tain Ilsdl 



City, 4 m H h 

the Mendelssohn Scholarship, 1 m 5 / 



AKriculiural lU-nuvoient Institution I)ona- 



tion of Mr. IJoarda. 10 ; JJ / 

So<'ii'ty Mrotini^s, (> / 12 a 

of Ireland, 2.s m .S /* 



— Albert Hull, Amateur Orchestral Society's 
Concert H at, 7 wi 12 A 

Grand Festival at, 3 ;h C, h 

King of the ful^iaus views the Electric 



Li^hiing of, 18 m 8 6— 2t m e 
— Aquarium, 31 j 7 c— 8 / G /" 
iilondin at, 7 m H h 



— Association in Aid of tlie Deaf and Dumb, 
Meeting, \^f\l a 

Piotjinic Nu-ic'iy, Mot^ting and Donations, 



10/0 r-^24 / 12 a 

Meetings. 13 j 12 .<— 27 ; (> e— 10 m 10 e 



—27 m 12 a 
- Caledonian Asylum, Anniversary Festival, 
A"!> /-5 m 10€— 2<j m \i d 

y2 



Royal and Central Bucks, Agricultural Associi- 

lion, Annua] Meeting, 30 ; /" 

Chest llospiial, Annual Court, 14 iff 11 /" 

Colonial Institute, Meeting. 22 ; 8 a-IK j 

8 c— 16/6/~20/n e—G w ]Q d—l^ m U d 

Dublin Society, Special Meeting, 21 / 5 d 

General Theatrical Fund, Annual Meeting, 

27 / l(»« 

Geographical Society, Meeting. 11 mW f 

Papers Read before, 14 / G c— 28 j 10/— 



11 /oe— 25/ 10/ 

— Horticultural Society, General Meeting, 16 
; 9y— 12 / 1 1 f/-l3 m «— 27 /« G d 

Flower Show, 26 »« 13 d 

— Household Appointments, I / 7 e — 4 /" 9 /" 
—17 /9 /— 7 Ml 5/— II m 10 /— 19/« 10 «- 
29 Wi 13 /• 

Hesignations, 21 ; 9 /" 



— Humane Society. A wan! of Medals for Sav- 
ing Life. 9.; 6 a— IG ; 8 f— 30 ; G c— 20 /"lie 
New Secretary, 15 f \0 d 



— Infirmary for Wonx n .and C'hildren. 18i lOft 

— Institute of British Architects, hUe ings, 11 
/ll c— 12/"G« 

Lectures at, 18 i 10 e— 20 j 12 o— 24 / 8 



c— 31 >5/~l/ 4 a— 8/6 6— 10/8 a— 17/ 

10 /-3 m 8 h 

Election of Officers, 6/11 o 

New Members, G mi 4 /' 

New Professor, 16 ; 12 h 



Literary Fund, Annual Meeting. 13 m 8 f 

London Ophthalmic Hoapital, 2G m 13 c 

Annual Meeting, b m b d 

National Lifeboat Institution, Meetings, 3 j 



7/"— 7/ 11 /— 7«i 5/— I3m 7^— I9fii 13 r 
Naval School, New Cross, Donations, 10 « 



10/- 



66 



Scottish Academy, 28 /3 c— 4/ 1 1 o— 11/ 

Society. Papers before, 18 ; 12 A— 80 j 6 c 
—3 m 6 «— 22 hi 6 n 

of Literature, Papers Road before, 28/8 c 

of Musicians, Anniversary Dinner, 19 m 



7 e 



i 



Statistical Society, Papers Kead before, 19 

/9/ 
I nited Service Institution — Subject for the 

Naval Prize. F^ssjiy, 22 i G a 

Annual Meetinjr. 3 7n 11 /" 

(loM Medal Awaixl. 8 m 0/ 

Lectui-es at, 13 mi 11 a — 17 m 4 h — 17 m 

12 A 
Papers Read before, 24 ; 3 rf— 25 / 1 1 f^ 

4 fii n— 3 m G «-5 w 10/— 10 w 9/— 24 w lOrf 
Rudolf of Austria ((^rowii Prince) Lectures on 

the Battle of Spicheron. 27 m 5 d 
Rumbold (Hoiacc; on the Burning of Meiringen, 

17/11 e 
Ru««scll ((Jeorirc) A irricultural Dispute in East 

Kent and Sussex. 23 / 7/ 
CS. S.) on the Accident to the Thvndtrer, 

14; 06 
EU3bIA: — 

Annual Trade FiHr at Sambir^t, 2^ j h f 

ArriSt of a Couiiicss in St. Peterrburg, 22 

m7d ^' 

Attempted As^^sassjlnations. 2G »i 7 ^ 



H&r. 31, 1679.] PALM 1^8 INDKX TO ** TUK TIMES " NKWSPArER. 



Sar 



JtoauA frontinued). 

in Asim. 11/11 a 

Minor, 6 ; 6 6- 16 i 6 « 

— Mu AustriA, 26/5 d 

and I he BUck Sea, *^/6 a 

— • Blestio^' he Neta, 20 i 6 a 

Budget E&tiroates, IS J 6 6—16 iSd 

at Cabul, O&eial Correaoonden.-e, 20 / 10 a 

< — in Ceat 0l Asia, 1 i 5 </— 13 /6 6— 14 78/ 

-«0;5rf— 3iy6« 
• — Cetfion of So^hanlt Dagh to, 31 jit 
^ Charkuff. Forty Students Still under Arrest, 
27/6a 

Rio< a , 7 m 5 (f 

Students in, 1/11 a— 6 /*5 d 
— Petition to the Cesprewitch, ' y 11 a 

Trial of, 6/6 d 

Tymnical Prueeedings of the Police, 1 / 



11 
— — Veterinary School Broken yp, 8i 6 d 

Vitcmary School Broken Up, Bj 6 d 

■ — aad China, 6 ; 6 4—14 ; 5 /— 23 j 6 «— 29 / 

$ /-1» /•« a— 21 rs 6-2J m 7 d— 28 mSd 
— — in Central Asia, H> 3 e— 29 m7 d 

— Circula. 0.1 the War, 1 1 m 5 6 

•»— Commeoioraiive Service of Ihu Crossing the 

Balkans, 'ij 5 c 
- — the Cost of the Li-e War, 1 i 5 rf 
- — Court Martial on Officers for Muliiraiitlcus, 

4 i5 « 

• News, 10 m (Tfr— 26 m 7 d 

' — Customs Returns, 17 <m 6 6 

- — Diplomatic News, 1^5 </— 4 j 5 a^2oj 5 d 

—6/ 6 A— dm 6/ 
~ Lord Oufferln Expected, 25/10/1 
ArriTsi of. at St. Pctersburgh, *5 w 5 d — 

13 n 5 </— 15 m 7e 

I.»eave8 rx>ndon for, 26/10 a 

— — and England, 12 m 6 a— 15 m 7 d—20 m 5 c 

—22 m 7 a- 26 m 4 / 
'— Geraum Residents Celebrate by a Banquet 

their Empemr*8 Birthday, 24 m 6 6 
" — Great NationHl Exhibition to be held ia 

Moscow. 2 y 6 c 

Increase of Police in, 6 / 5 < 

f— and Italy, 26 m7 d 

<^~ Manifesto on Occasion of the Signature of 

the Definitive Treaty, 20/6 fi 
» — Military History of the Russian Guards, in 

Preparation, 31^50 
• — M!8Ccllaneou8 News, 11 j 5 c~14y 6 /*— 15 
j 5 c— Ul f5 *— 27/6 «~8 Ml 7 d— 11 »/5 d— 

19m7c&</ 

— New Buildings lu Batoum, 21 j 4 e 
■ — Consuls- General, 30 i 5 e 

' Taxes Proposed, 8 ; 3 rf 

■ — Peculation during the War, 26y 6 c 

— and Persia, 17 m 6 6 

Plague in. 16 / 6 A -18/ 5 c— 23 j 5 d~24 

7 c & rf— 25 j 1 1 /— 27y 6 a~28 ; 5 c & rf— 29 
>5y—30j5rf&€— 1/6 «— 3/12 6—4 f 6 e 
—7 f 10 /■— 8/5 6—14/5 6—18/5 «-25 / 6 
/— 25 /"iO a— 27/5 e— 4 m 6 «— 10 m 6 6—11 
»5r— 17m6 6— 21 m 5 c 

Official Order about, 25j5d 

— and the Powers, 28 /5 a— 13 m 5 d 

"— ProNire to Eracuate Adrianople, 16 ; 5 « 



Russia (continued). 

Prince Gortchak«)if, Health of, 4/6 /* 

Proclaiuatio:i of Peace, 12/6 c — 19/6 d 

of the Cause o' the Murder of the Go* 

vernor of Charkoff, 7 m 5 h 

Project a Railway in Central Asui, 19/6 c 

P -oposed •* Council of Honour ** over the 



Press, 28/10/" 

Protest against the DeTooqueville Conven- 
tion, 4 III 5 -c — 5 M 5 6 

Railways. 13; 6 6 

Re«urn o' Fires »n. during the Year, and 

Losses thereby. 29 7 6 / 

— Re~olt at Adjarts, 1 j 5 rf— 2^ 6 c 
—13 mod 

and Koumania, 14/6 6—15/6 «— 20/.> a 

Roynl Maniage. 20 j 6 6 

Scat Fishing Prohibited in Greenland, 25 m 



5c 



— Secret Printinjj Presses Discovered in, 14 
tn 5 e 

at Kieff. i* ni 6 rf 



Sect of Milk-D^'inkers Invl.ed to Settle in 

Kars District, 23> 5 e 

aid Servia, \7 j o r 

Snow Storms in, 23 ; 5 «? 

Tax o I Coupons, 20 m 6 c 

TrKde in Asia. 23 / 5 e 

and ;he Treaty, 3 /« 5 «— 17 w 5 e — 18 /« 5« 

—24 u* 5 /— 25 m 5 «— 2G m 7 6—27 w 5 v 
and Turkey, 18 y 5 rf— 20 / 5 e— Jl i 5 e— 

8 /'5 f— 1 1 /5 <i— 24/ 6 c-24/*Mi 24 m G a 

War Indemnity. 21^5 6 

Witch Burning in. 18 m 8 6 

Russian Embassy, H; 9 /—J I w 9 / 

Mutual Land Credit Company, Goneiai 

Meeting, 17/ 5 / 
Ruaso- American Cruisers, A f ^ f 
Turkish Treaty, 16 ; 5 c 

S, 

Sacred Harmonic Society, 18/8 c— 4/8 6 

Sadgrove (A. W.) Continuous Footboards, 6^ G el 

Sailors' Grievances, 13 m 10/ 

Salford Free Libraries, Refusal to Open on Sun- 
days. \7 j S n 

Salicylic Acid in Beer, 16/8 6 

Salisbury Cathedral, Hnnddoiiie Tomb in. 13 m 9 ^ 

New Canon, 24 m G c 

Salmon from Ireland, ij 7 / 

Monster, Presented to the Ro^nl College of 

Surgeons, 25/12 c 

Poaching in Wales, 18^ 11 « 

in Tasmania, 22y 9 « 



Salt on Roads, 13/8 6 

Samoan News, 7/5 /— 10 / 5 /* 

San Francisco, Passion Play n', 27 /n 10 u 

Public Schools in, 26 7 G / 

Salvador — Vessi-Is Sailing under (lie Fliijc 

of, a Fraud, 6 w/ y / 
Sand, Fall of Fine in Silosia. *J3/ 5 rf 
Sand (Maurice) Prehistoric i'linl-Iniplenu-fit 

Workshop, 12/5 rf 
Sandeman (J. G.; on Travellin ; in Sjinin. 8 w II 4? 
Sanders ill. W.) on St. James 8 halclMni ('a!*e» 

28 / 7 rf 
Sarson (Kev. G.} on Public lIou»*es, IJ //♦ 13/ 



Bjlh 



it 



f!ALMBU 8 IMDSX TO V TITR TUU'.S ' XKWSrAlTtt. 



[Jao. ) H 



(>avorv (A. U.) Dcpresdiou in AgricuUifre, 27 m 
Mi' 

>>ilt Oip of 1878. l^j 6 € 

Saxony, Court News, 2H.7 5 d 

JSay (lAwn^* on I he Sugar Duties, 4/76 

St. Albania AbU»y Keat oration. \2 fbf 

^t. Andrew *ji University, Degrees Conferre^p 10 

■ /86 

St. Asapl^ CBr. of^ Health of. 25 j 9 f 

fet. A ugu.o fine's C'olL'ge. Canterbury, 2 j 10 a — 

HjWd 
St. DaTid*8 College, I^inipet^r, Kew Principal, 
' 18 m 4 a 

St. George's Chapel. VVmiisor. Restoration. 7/9/ 
Sf. James cif Com|K)*itt'Ua, the'Kuneral Urn of, 

DiiiCtivenHl. 20 f 5 d 
St. James's Hatchnm, New >ricar, 9 / 1 1/— 18^' 

10 a--2() i « 

- the Bp. of Rochester's Advice to the New 
Vicar, 81 j 8 r 

Letter to the Chun-hwiirden, 1 1 m 8 c 

' Services at, 13 ; 1 1 7—3 / 10 6 

the Vicar and the Churchwardens in Colli- 
sion. 27 » 11 «--28 7 7 d 

Vicar's Letter to the Rishop. 1 / 12 u 

St. John Ambulanee Society, Meetings to Fonn 

Branches, 21 J 7« 
— - — ^ Duke of Rdirbqr^h Cot^senis to be Presi- 

diMit of the A>hf.*rd Rranch, 22 / |() a 

Del lley Mining Com pan v. 7 / 4 •/ 

St. Mary-at-Hill Chun^h. 4 m 'lO r 

St. Mnrvlcb(»ne Sict Inflniiary, Tenders for the 

New Building, i2mV2h 
St. Michael and S^. George, Qrdert of, Conferred, 

o/ 5 O 

St. Pancras Conservative Asso:;iatioii, Annual 
Meeting; 27 w 6 ft ' > . t 

CunK»fution yi*it to, \7 jS f 

St. Patri< k. the Ottlcir of. 10 JTWh 

' Vacant Riband of the (Jin^er of. Bestowf^ 

on Jjord Portarlington. 1 1 / »/— 13 / « < 

Day, Mi m 10 «— 18 m ^ a 

in Belfast, il m 10/- -27 •» 5 / 

St. Paul's Cathednd {mproveiuenta, 28 /"ll f 

New Cflnon. H /" » / 

Preachers' for the M<inth, \ j7 d 

Quiet Day at. 12 fC* e 

Servici's as Usual, 15 / 10/—21 / 8 6—27 



m \0e 

Titular ^iijt'i Feast Hay, 27 / 11 / 



Churi'hyani, ^k^igris (Cequircd for i«9ying 

out the (iaTtU*n'». (»./ <» ** 
St. Peter'j* Chphanago! Al^p. of Canterbury 
' Prt-achii* at th«' ('hupil of. 2:i J ii f ' 

SciiiKin in Aiflaf. hy Dean Stanley, 13 j(»f 

St. Kaitliael's. Bti^tol, the Cxmgicgatlun and the 

Bishop. 20 ; t> e 
St. Srtviour's, Southwark, No Vacnni'v, \0 j 8 c 
St. Veila*Jt. Foster Lane, .0 / IJ fi& a' 
St. Vineent. IVtention of Tran-ii-orts at, 20 w 10, 

<?— 21 M 10 e 
Stharf ,Ge<».)<»n K.ar1 SjHJiwier'jj Pk'turesat iViuth 

KtnM g tm. 21 f'A n 
St'hool In^ii-etinn. N«»!e on. *lTt/l\ e 

Reiipii*. 13 / (I *'- 17 / t<'<t 

^ehouxaluff ((\>unl'> m rit*nili;ini, Jl / 1> /" 
SiiejKV in 1^78, 2y .'W 



Scientific Agricnlrural Education. 27 i^d 
Sciater (P. L.) African Elephant, 2 J 10/ 
Scotch Cqurt of Session. Hij^/ 

Grievances, 14 / IQ c 

Miners' Wngijs. VJ m 12 /* 

Peer for the British Parliament, Meetiaj 

toElect,24r*9/— 13«6«/ 

Public Hi-alth Art, 27 w 11 a 

Scotland, Reformed Presbyterian Church of, 17 

j 10 6 ' 

Dis-establishment in, 7 ml d 

Scott (Cecily) First Step Toa-aird^ S^Tii^g, 10; 

(C B.) Westminster School. 21 w 12 a 

{T. C.) C.Q^t of Growing Wheat in Americii 

3wll/ 

I)epr^s6ion in Agriculture, 27 m 11 € 

Wheat Crop of 1878, 14.; « « 

( — ) Lecture mix Storms, 4 /"e < 

Scottish ^ni^i^can luTestmenl Tri^sts CamptnT, 

20/7/— 12 iw lOrt ' ' 
Commercial Insurance Company, Report, 

21 m 11 a 

Grievai^ces. 4/ 6 <i 

Provident Iiistitution. 27 m 7 ^ 

Temperance League on the Liquor Tr^ffii; 

14;'6c ' 

Qcudamore ( ArtUur)on the I)<^th Qf the Priocefl 

Ali<;e.2j8> 
Sea Birds, Singular Take of, 21 m 9/ 
Seal, an l<xlucated,at tl^e Westuii^ster Aquarium. 

2^j^/ ' 
Seai^en-s Ifofpital So,ciety, 8/81 /* 
Seccomhe(Slr T|(os. Lawrence) l(estgnatiDn o^, 

Sedimentary Rocki, 30 t ^ ^ 

Seiigwick (Henry) on Girton College, 13 /" 11 c 

— (W: C.) Long Va^atjon, 14 ; 10 $ 
SeUure of QtoUi^ Property. lQ/6/ 
SEBvIA:— 

— ^ and Alhani^ 8 m 6 /" 

Apocryphal Dollar to )m B^pUoed l\y Fir^ 

ffanq Piec«5S, 7 / S rf * 

'- Army Arningements. 2S/B d 

(ipm'muhes Petition fo,r Annexation, $j6K 

Conflicts in, 27 / o e 

Court News, 29 ; 5 /f 

Diplomatic Newa^ 3/3 <{— 7> 3 d— 13/6 a 

-14/iif 

and England, }^ m 7 d 

Freedom of the Press in, Iti J o 4—25 i 5 < 

—27 /6 a' ... 

Jews in, to be Emancipated, 28 7 5 <f— 29 ; 

fid 
Miscellaneous News, 22 j 5 cf— 30> C «— 3 / 

da-o /'or/— 10 /<ii^— ll/5e— i2/"5f-li 

/*5s— ip / 5 c— 22 r5f — \0m 6 0-^17 u6f* 

— 2ri m 6 c — 29 w 7 </— 31 «» 5 </ 

New C'oio Law, 14 ui oe^ 

Conscription, [o m 1 e 

Taxes. 14 / o e 



— Patent Law Tax. 2:./ r> /" 

— Petitiun Kushia to Sanction the AnoexAtioa 
of Sofia ai d Wedin. I /" 5 « 

— Pclitienl Plans of (>en. Tch«»maieff. \» fod 

— Proeeetlings in the ("hambers, 1 j 5«/— 6y6 



Mar. si, i879.] 



palmer's index to " 



ft 



TUE TIUEa NEWSPAPER. 



8U 



MTVia {rontinoedy. 

liailnrays in, 3 / 6 a, 

' — Warrants for the Arrest of Prince Kara- 

. gcorg^vitch And others, \ f o d 

Seton-Karf (W. S.) IJrItisli Agents in Afghanl- 

. iUn, 25/8 a 

^renoak's Farmers* Club, Ahntial Dinner, l^fo/ 

^wage, Disipbsal 6f, I'retniutn fur Best M^thbd, 

. 2im6e 

Sewers, City Commission df, M))etiiigs, ISj Bf— 

^jT.f—S /•.10 c— 12/12 6— IS^/ 10 /-5 I* 

12 c— 11 M 12 c— 10 III 12/ 
f>eyd (R; Currency in the United States, 7 ftd 
Seymour (F. BO Hftrtk>ur of Oporto, 21 m li a 
bhakespear (J. D.) dn Cottl, 28 f 7 c 
6hake^peare*s BiHhpiRce and Musetini, Messrs. 

MerrywjBathtir Present a Brigade Uand-puiiip 

to, 1 7 ; 5 / 
- — Tneutre at Sfratford-on-Avoh, 18 m 10 /* 
Shatid(.r. E.)Tr«diriif Of Crown Servants; 8 f^a 
«haplsnd ^ A. F. T.) Forged Post Offline Orders, 

28/ II <f 
Shaw X^fevre. see Lefbvrib 
(T. G.)i)p«iiuah Treaties and Spanish Wines, 

lyil b 

-^ oh Wine Duties and Fdrclgn Trade with 

. Spain, 12 / I0« 

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce?, Annual M^^t- 

ing. 2« 7 10 c 

— - Distress iu, 31,/ 10 c 
-^ — FcTer in, (i i II f 

Liberal Association, Meeting of, Ojfif 

Mieep Shear Trade. 21/6./ 

S»hephcTd (Surgeon- Major), II /« .5 « 
bhenffs. Appointment of, 24 /C d 

Fund, ^jSb 

Neiv. 22 /'8 ^-2«/8 a 

SHIP NEWS:— 

-— Accident to the Cflfir. 8/ 10 c 
to the DurlntH., 10 /« 14 « 

to tJie Fide/in, Official Inquiry into, d mid 

' ' AdetuiJe^ Official Inquiry into the Conduct 

of the Master of, 8 //j 12 « 

AiLutrosit, Hoecue of, at Sea. ^j^f 

Anchorage at Negropont, 20 m y jf 

■ Awnrd to Capt. Maxt»tCiid. 22 a c 

■ — Bci^con of Laveizi. 29 ? 1 1 /* 

Bishop Rock Lighthouse, i 1 > Si /— 13 jBb 

— U'pjliO 
- — Bi/rcuni LighthoilRe Datiiflged by Fire, 17 /" 
7f/— lD/'7c 

Bridywat r, Presentation to the Captain f )> 

Re»caing the Crew df tile Aw/h Snxuu^ 6/ 
10/ 

British Shipping, Return of, 'M m \0 c 

-^- Calais Pier. Damaged by ihaliajufi, \2/Qe 

Coasting Trade, 1 1 / 7 r/ 

Collision of tlie Beahdi Knd the Ijeadet\, Of- 
ficial Inquiry into, 8 ; 1 1 7* 

the 



of the Bolivar and the Michel, 21 in 5 d— 
31 m 6 6 

of the Cherbourg ahd the Alice D^ivi'eSf 



Official Inquiry Intb, 10/6 c , 

of the Vonsut and the Asaiibn^ dtf Coil- 
house Point, U m 11 « 

- " "" • Of the Grinder and the Pritire Consort, iri 
tbcS.lv.*ut|28i Us 



I 



Ship News {continued)- 

— ^ Collision of the Geavkd itnd the Pildt, 22 f 

12 6 
df the Ituna iind the John Scoity in the 

Thames, 23/5/ 

of the Neerm tttid a Kbpiiet inih^ Mersey, 



20/8 6 

of the Pomuteirania, Official Inquiry into; 



of the PriiictsB Alire, knd thb Woolwich 



Orerseers Application to tlie County for Ex- 
penBto,8;;7/T-8>ll e . 

of the Sever A and the Edirdmrgh, i n the 



Channel. 15 m 13 e— 17 im 6 /— 22 ui'l I / 

of the Shi€^ by C. H^\ Anderson, Official 



Inquiiy into, 27 / 7 e 

— Cdllisidns lU Sea, Kdte oh. 2i\2a. 

Rules to Prevent, Adopted by tUe Mari 



titne NAtions, 13.> 6/ 

— Dangerous Coast 28 ; 6 i— 6/8 c 

— Destruction of the Northern, by Fire at Sea, 
16; lOd 

of the Bosarik bv Fire, 20 m 10 e 



— . Disasters at Sea, 2'; 12 «— 4 ; 9 /*— 6 i 6 d 
—7 / 8 d— 10^ 6 /— 13/6 c— 14 / 10 d— 15 / 10 
c—{6j 10 f— 2d / 9 /•— 21 ; G ^—23 / 6 //— 24 / 
10 /y— 25 J 7 f—27 i 8 t— 28 / 7 6-29 / U «— 
3iy6rf-3/6f— 6/10/'-10/ n 6—11 /(if 
—12/11 c— 14/ II /•— 17/ 10/— 19/ 10 c— 
20/6/— ^2 / 12 5-24 /^9 /•— 25/11 c-26 10 
10 /•— 27 / 7 ef— I m 1 1 6 -3 w 10 /" --4 m 1 1 u 
—6 m 5 «— 10 Hi 9 e— 15 m 7 e^-U m 9 /*- Ifl 
tn 12 rf— 20 tn 5 c— 21 m 9 /— 22 m 1 1 /-24 ni 
i\/-2VI iH 13/ 

Eddyeltone Lighthouse, New, 10 w 10 e 

Eider Light i^hip, in th^ Elbe Shifts iti 

Station, 24 J 9/ 

Explosion on Board the THejitufator^ sl J 6 6 



—10/6* 

— Fever Stricken Crew — the Catherine, 1 1 »i 
10/ 

— Fire on Board the Btofra, at Li.erpool, 25 

./ ^J 

the l^vxor, 1 7 wi 11 /* 

the Jhiiis, at Devbnp()rt, see Naval 

— Fluf^hing Route, 4 w 11 A 

— ll:irbourof Oporto. L'O /// 10 o— 21 m 12 a 

— in^h Wnrcr In the Kliine. I^ ; 1.1 / 
!(iiis:$ucre on Bo.ird llio K ift IWiterSy 24 m 



11/ 



— Message from the Soi, 13 w 10/ 

— iMissing Vessels, 2 / 7 ^—9 ; 5 c— 15 ? 9 / — • 
16./ 11 f— 20/7 /— 27 / 5 f 

Mutiny and Murder on Board tlie ('«*«•£./, 



21 m 5 /■— 27 in ii h 
— Navig.ition of tlie Baltic, 11 j 11 «— 17 fd 
i— 13 wi 5 /— lH/« 8 6 

Of tlie Danube. 1/11 €-22 / 7 e 

ill the liorih of Europe, 11 »i 5 s 

Sea, U /n /• 

Scheldt, 10 /8 ^-1 1 / 7 c— 23 / 10/— 2^ 



/ Gd— 20 i/i .5 /• 

of the Soil id, 13/6 d— 20/5/ 



New ( unard Steamer, 29 m 1 1 a 
— Lighthouse for Poole, 26 /'5 « 
North Sea. Weather in. 27 m \0 d 
Overdue Vfes^eM,- 2j 10 d—7j C a -9 / U/ 



I xu. 



fALiaiJ&K D IJTLISA. lU 



TIIK TEȣfi 



lffiWBrA.rEK. 



L" 



ILId News (continued). 

J. 17 J 6 6— 28i ^/—2Bj 6 c— 28 ; 10 b— 30 j 

11./— 31jl2c— IfOy 11 c 

Raising Sunken Vessels, Paper on. 24 / 3 ^ 

Rifles of Steering in U'veis, 15 m 12 

St. Vincent, Piuiigue ;u, 31 m If 

the Sea forth, Cpp» . Scoit Suffocated on Board 

iy Cbarirual, 19/6 4 
Screw Steaming Appazatua, 7 m 11 «— 8 m 

12e 

Shipping Intelligence, see evei-jf duy*s prper 

Steam Shipping Trade, \5jli a 

Stormj Passage of the Afacgretfor, 7 ; 6 rf 

Stranding of ihe Adriatic, m Dunkirk, 28 

of the Alpheus Marshall, off Isle of Wight, 

ll/6« 

of the ^nm>, Official Inq^iiry into, 26/6 i 

of the A^ijtutin^ Official In<yiiry int<^, 29 



IIL 

J 6/ 



of the BatrehnQy Official Inqu'ry into, U 

of the Gmn ttution.in f^.vHnflgc Baj, 18 / 
10 a— 20> lOe— 21 y 9/— 21 i iO «— 25 i' 6/- 
30i 6/ 

-^— of ihe Davaar, Official Inqu'ry into, '2i j 
86 

of the Diy Sior, OfPeJal Inquiry in>t, 20 



/5/ 



jbe 



of the FMr, in Lynn Roads, 18 j 12 6 
of the Helen, Oflic'u! Irqniry in*o, 2bf\\c 
of the Kuch Effort, in StuJland Bay, 8 



of Ihe iVf ry SterUinuse, in Thosilly Bay, 

13/6/— 17 wGc 
of ihe Norihbonie^ in the Bitter Lakes, 29 

i'of 

• of the Vtd CosSf Official Inquiry into, 

23/11 d 

of ihe liithnrd Wihon, on Ike Goodwin 



Srt!:d8. 177 10/ 

of 1 he St h iehn '/ion . at St. Ca t herine's Point, 



14../ 10 r/- 16/ 10 r 

Si'^crings of the Crew of ihc Home, 12 m 10c 

Sunki'.i Ve.-8cl Discovc:cd a. St. Helen's, 

14; 10 A 
^^U6pi«•)ous Steamer, 24-/ 10 o— -5j 6 a— 27 

>.6rf— -Ujay— ai / y /—lo / 11 b' 
Tostinionial 'o C»pt.. WiUon, for Gallant 

Rescue at Sea, 17 / 4 / 

WaterFpout in Lake Lemor.. 13 / 5/ 

Wrecks and CH»ki»l'i«« »t Sea. 3/6 c 

Rt'm<jvHl of l»v Torpedoes, *ih tn \ f 



see of so WttEVVis- 



Shipley (Major Gtn.) on the Zulu War, 25 /* 11 / 
SUipbuililng on the Clyde. 23 / 5./— 28/5 e- 

on the 'Hlflmcj*, 2(J / (id 

Trr.de in Italy, i> / 5 / 

Shipwiecked Mariners' SiK'iety. Meeting. 28^M2-6 
Shirley (A. J.) Canal Boats Act 1 7 / 10 e 
Shop Breaking ai West minis; er, 4/11 d 
Shi'ie (Lt. Gen.) at Brighton. i:< ; 8 n 
Shuttleworth .'Sir U. K.; on llie Afghan Ques- 
tion, 14 / 9 /* 
Sick Poor 'rrtn'mont of— Cricof Mr. Feii on, 4 

/7 </— loj 12 h 
Signalnun 9 Aid ^ ot k- '•. Annuj.l Dinner, 5 / 10 / 
96 



Siemens (Dr. C. W.) on Steel for War Uset, » ■ 

6^—20 TO 11 c— 21 m \Qd 
Sigis-nund (^Dr. J. M.) Progreis of Den:istiy, 28 

Silver Depreciatk)n ef, 27 m 10 e 

Plate Trade. 11 /6rf 

Skefflngton (C. Nerille). \2fBf 

(Martin) on ( kureb BTuaie, 2j 10 « 

Slae Trade of North Wales, 21 j 6 €—26/10 / 
Skiva Trade of Africa, 6 / 7/ 

Blue Book on. 8/86 

Small Vox in Valparaiso, 10/ ♦"» e 

Smith t,B,F.) on the Zuln War. 18/10 c 

(B. Leigh) oa the H©p Duty, I67 7 e 

\fieo,) on the Caial Boats Act, \5 fl^d 

(J. Stores) on the WeighU and Measisre* 

Act, 6>4/ 

(Sidney) on the Iron T-ade, 9 ; 11 b 

(W.) on PubHc Prosecutor*. 24 m 8/ 

(W. H.) at Westminster Palace Hotel, It 

^ 6« 
S^moking, Meeting io Suppress Juvenile, 22j6^t 

-23^ 6/ 
Smy.b (Huga) on PuW'chousee. 19 m 13/ 
>niiw FaB in Berlin, 12 / 6 / 
^iocialism— Lectures at Leipsie to Suppress, 4/ 

Socialists in Cracow, Proeecutionf, 27 m 5 « 
Soeiete Francaise de Bienfaisance, Annod BaS, 

4 w 6/ 
Sacit'ty o* Ajiti<(raric8— Discussion on Ai:cient 

Monuments, 20/ 10 a 

of A is. Lectures Delivered before, 4 ; '»/ 

- -11 J 4./— H> / 10 A— 18i u a—2^j e rf-25> 
8 6— SO / r. /~31 / 10 /—I f 7 /^5 / o e-6/ 
10 c- IVY 10 /— 20 / .•* 6—24 / 8 0—28/ 10/ 
—4 f:, r>7-4 M 8r— U m ite-lOw 18 ft 

of Enjf'ncers. Meeting, i fSf 

—^ of Lady Artists. 22 m 6 «— 26 « 13 6 

4>f Painters in Water Colours, Meeting, 26 

M 13 6 

for the Preservation of the Celtic Language, 

Meeting, 9/ 9 / 

jor Pn)pngation of the Gospel, New Secre- 
tary. 22 »j 7 e 

Mm tUly Meetings, I87 10 «— 22/5 / 



of Public Aualvsts. 17/6 b 

of Telegraph Engineers, 25 ; 1 1 </ 

Soldiera Balances Unclaimed, 19 m 13« 
^omnannbulisin, Dr.ChaR'at's Reacarclies on, 23 

7 3 r. 
Sons of the Clergy (Corporation, Meeting, 1 7 « 8 » 
Sooth (E W.) on Teaching Grwk, 3 ; 6 c 
South African Folk Lore Society, 2 ; 10 ^-16 p 

Keusington Museum— Mr. Craces ltsp«f 

Ac. on V)ewat, 12 /6 / 

Fish Hatching at. 12/9 « 

Shields, Petition to Remove Mr. YorkefioiB 

the Magistracy, 18/ 9/ 
Yorkshire and North Derbyshire Minen* 

Association, \'6jlf 
Southampton Ilohiculfrral Society, Prince Leo- 

pold Co ?stnts to be Pre-ident, 24/9 e 
Southard & Co. on the Phvlloxera, 8/ 11 * 
bowciley (Wni.) Question of Gauge for Indisn" 

Railways, 3 m C (i 



ifar. 3f, 1879.] palmke's imdkx to ^^the times '' KKWsrArM. 



6jkf 



- — Anti-Sti&Tery Ban^el at Madrid^ 26 «i 6 c 
-= — Army News, \ fh f 

" Ar e*t8. 2ojbd- 

' Cub! net. HerignatioD of , 5 m 5 c & <£ 

Changes, 7 w 5 e 

-» New, 8 w 7 « 

Coun News^O^der Confaired on the King 

frooi Roamaniff, 15 ^ 5 « 

Proposed Royal Marri^iKe, 7 j 3d 

Cc es, Daration of, 14 f5/ 

— < Dissolution of, 15 m 7 e — 17 mi 6 ft' 

-»-^ Proceedjiig8 in, 19 /"ft s 

Diplomatic News, 24 m 6 e 

Elections, 24 m Grc^^J m 5 « 

Notices about, 18m 5/— 21 m 5 d— 29 m 



7e 



Sfate Deb^s to be in abeytoco burkig, 
22 m 7 d 
— and England, 22 m 7 <f 

Espar ero, Marshal, Serious lUness of, 6 j 



6S 



— Ex adit ion Treaty with Engkoti. 4/6/ 

— foreign Trade wi.fi, 8j 11 c 

— Heal* h of Infanta Ch: istina, 26 m 7 d~27 
m-R e 

— Hidalgo (Gen.) Ordered tu Leave Madrid, 

— Internationalist Committee at Xc:*es Ar* 
rested, 6 ; 6 b 

— Literary and Telegraphic Copyright, 24^6 
c/— 29.;6/ 

Copyright with France Terminated, 29 J6/ 



Madiid, Proposed Iniernalional lL..h'iOition 

in, 27/6 « 

— Manifesto of M. Castealr, on the Election, 
3f6b 

Minisienal Crisis, 6 m 5 « 

MiBcellaneous News, 3 ; :\ d— Ity 5 /•— 20 j 

«^— lJ/'6/*— 26/ lOo— 26/5«-28y6 (^ 
3 m 6 6—4 m 6 e— 10 m 6 r— 11 m 6 </— 12 m 3 
d—lA m 5 «— 20 m 6 «— 25 m 5 c 

— Afonca:s% he Attempted Reglcfu'e, ihe 
Coansel and- others Petition for the Lite of, 1 

J 9 € 

Executon of, 6^6 6 

Pi-eoara ion for Executing, 4»y 5 f 



— Morocco Grants Indetnuiry to Spainardr 
IlU'eateiJ in, 16 j n e 

— Pee^r^e Keturns. U / 6 rf 

— Phvlloaerain Mah ga, 29 ;" 5 /' 

— and Portugal, 28 ? 5 c—Sj 6/— 7 /5 e 

— Quarantine in^ 13 iii 5 s 

— Refonns in, 29 ^ 6 <f 

— and San Dunlngo. 24 / 5 </— 27 t'Ob 

— Sania Hita, Declared a Fair Prize, 29*i 5 / 

— St. Jerome, the Picture of Found in a Wine 
Shop, 16/6 s 

-> Slate of Ujdcr AKo.!so XIL, 1 1 y 4 a 

— Travelling in, 8/il e 

— Treaty o; Commerce with; he Dominion- of 
Canada, 16 ; 5y— 24j 6 d 

wi h . Ingland, 25 j 6 c/~28 j Se 



Wine T»aJe, 27 > 6 € 

-^— Wines, New Regulation on the Mixing of, 

H;5/ 
Si^aoiih Literature, Lectures on, 25 j 6/ 



Spani>h Tariff and the Worsted Trade, !0 j 11 / 
^— Trea ics apu Snan-ih Wines, Ijl^U 

View o: Free Trsdfe, 24^ 4/ 

Speaker*s Lerees, 1 1 ui 9 /' 

and Dinner, 20 m 10 6—27 m 6 e . 

Spectacle Makers' Company Cod*, t Dinner, 31 mf 

Md 
Spec: oscope, a Powerful. 25 y 6 6 
Si»ec ruvn Photography, 7 j 6/- 21 j 6 s 
Spelling Geographical Nan? es,- 29 nr 6 Y 
Spirits, Coi}8Uin[)tibn of, A-n'.iual Retuma, 18 nf 

10s 
d^Oiira A^D S'PuETrKO :— 
Accepianoes 'or the Spring Handicaps, 5 / 

lOrf 
Aqu ticChimp'onsh'p— Higg'nsandE^olt 

for £^00 on the Tyne, 18 j 9/ 
Athletic Sports — Cambridge University, 2^ 

m 9 e— 24 m 11 1 



At Constantinople on the Princesi ^ 

WhIc8*8 Birthday, 2^36 

Limdon Club, 10/10 a 

Scotch Inter-UniVersity Sports, 25 m 10^ 



— Ascot HeatK', New Stand, Sy 8 a 

Autedil Races, 10 /lO <?— 17/6 /— 3 ai 10* 

d—n m 6 r/— 21 m 10 e— 24 mile 
— J Bicycling — Keen v. Philips; 10/10 r 
— ' Billiards — Match' between Daviea and^ 

Bright, 17>6a 

Bennett and Taylor, 23 ; 5 /— 24y 6 rf— ^ 



25.; 6 e 

— Roberts and Cook at Dhaka, 18/ 10 a 

Boating— Oxrord' ♦. Harvard Universitlef^* 

20i II a 

Bois de Boulogne Racer, 31 m 10 a 

Britolnnd Westof Kngland'Steepliechaaea, 19' 

m 13' a— 20 m 1 1 a 
— ■- Ctt»*nnrvon«hire Hunt, 23 ; 6 if 

Chesd Players, 22 m 1 1 /— 24 mile 

Costwold Hunt, \}^j 7/—24f f H d' 

CoiuTaing — the Waterloo Cup Meeting, 24/ 



!«/ 



Cricket— English Team v. Sixteen of Vic- 
toria at Melboin ne, 6 j" 6 b — 10^' 6 a— 13 j 6 c 
--W>3A— 16i o/"— 30> 11 a— 14/5^—27 /* 
11/— 12 i/i 7/— l'4-m6/ 
Glou':esterstiire County Club; Special' 



Meeting. 14/6 6—10/6 f 

— Croydon March Meeting, 12 m T f 

Stfcepiech<ises^ 11 m 10 a — 13 mil a — 14 



w6/ 



Epsom, Nomi.iations for the Spring Engage- 



ments, 10 ; 1 1 a 

Spring Meeting, 29 ; 12 h 



— ■■ Expedition to the Lena, 14/11 f 

— Football Club^Barnes i?. Upton Park Clubs^ 

at Barnes, 6 ; 1 1 a 

Cambridge' Unirersity v. King's College^ 



24'/' 10/ 

— •— Clapham- Rivers v, Swiftr, 10 m € a 

England v. Ireland, 25 m 10 a 

w. Scotland* 28 f 10 a— 11 m 10 6 

V. Wales, 20/ 11 a 

Essex r. Barkanire, 9^ 10/ 

Guy's i;. St. Bartholomew*8 18 m 7/ 

V. St. George V, 14 m 6/ 



International Match^ 27y 11/ 



n^ 



M 



i»Al.Mkir6 ISukx TO •• TIIE TIMBi *' WJCWSPArKH; 



[Jkii. ] 



t 

6pdrtB ind Sporting (continued). 

— Football— Inter-Hospital ( hallenge Cup, 5 
m 6 e 

London v. Birmingham, 10/10 e 

MatuHes at Kennington Oval Abandoned. 

27>8 6-3/6c 
Nottingham Forest v, Edinburgh Uni- 

verdty, 20 ; 11 a 

V. Oxford University, 26/10/ 



Old Etonians t\ Darwen, 14 fUf—XOm 

6 f— 17 m 6 d 

V, Clapham Rovers, 31 m 10 e 

V. Minerva, 13/7/ 

and Nottg Forest, 24 m 10 r 

Old Harrovians v. Notts Forest, 29 j 1 2 b 

Oxford f. Cambridge, 10 / 10 fc— U / 11 

6— 24/10/— 20 m 7/* 
V. Richmond, 2iJ 10/ 

North and South of England, 18/9/ 

^ — - Surrey and Essex, 17^ 6 d 

V. Middlesex, \S rHlf 



• Westminster School v. Clapham Rdvers. 

e n2 a 

■ Fox Club, 8/11 a— 17/10 c-26 m 6 c— 31 

m 8 a 
— (Jiovfe Fight at Aylestorte, 3 ./ 7 • 
Golf Professional Match at St. Atidrews 

between Morris and Kirk u. J. and D. Anderson, 

19 m 13 6 

Oxford and Cambridge Match, 7 m 7 «— 

21 m 10 e 

Grouse Shooting. 10 tt 7/- 31 i» 11 / 

H. M. Staghounds. 8/8 o— 22 ; 9/— 6 tn 9 

/-8/9/'— 12/-9^— 15/9/— I m 11/ 
■: Earl of Hardwicke Resigns the Maatcr- 

ship— Denied, 3 m 9 e 

Holdeiness Foxhounds, A fBJ 

Hunting Appr^intments, 4 yi2 6—11 jll d 

—18 ; 4 /'-26 ; 4 6—1 f'i/'-H / 4 /— 15 / 4 /* 

22/-12C— 1 m 11 /"— 8im6/-16w 12/— 22w 

9«— 29OTl3rf 
•: Keuipton Park Meeting, 14 /'ll /— 14 flO 

Hunt Meeting. 24/6 </ 



La Marehe Races, 7 w 7 «— 28 m 10 d 
Lincoln and Liver{K)ol Races, 24 »i 11 d 



27 m 10 6—31 m 10 d 

Spring Meeting, Hill d— 81 / 6 *— 25 

m 10 «— 26 m 13 <•— 27 m 10 c— 28 m 10 c— 29 
nt 18 c— 31 w 10 d 

- Newhiarket Craven Meeting 10 ; 11 «— 81 
>6«— 67'lOrf 

Second Spring Meeiing, 10 i 11 e 

Steeplechases and Hurdle l?ar(»!B, 10/1 1 « 



— Nominations for the Spring Engorgements, 
17i 6 a 

— Northampton and Pytchley Hunt, 31 / 6 « 
—6 / lOd— 31 m lOd 

— Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 14/9 f 
-22> 9/-28 j 9/-3 J 8 c-10/ 10 </-17 / 
7 /— '^4 / 8 a— 8 >M 1 1 «— 4 m 5 /— 10 m 6 «— 
17 m 8 (1—18 m 12 a— 19 m 14 a— 20 m 11 6— 
21 m 12 a— 22 «i 12 #—24 w 1 1 rf— 25 w 10 /"— 
26 m 13 c/— 27 m 12 a— ^8 m 12 c— 29 m Ylf— 
81 m 10/ 

— Pau Races, 6 w 1 1 a 

~ Fedestrtanism— Payson Weston Engages to 

9}? 



gTX)K« and Sporting \^cantifiiwA), 

Walk 2,000 Miles in 1,000 Hourt, 15>9/*-2d 

/ 11 a— 24 / 6 d— 27/ 8 A— «0y 11 #—3 / 6 c- 

1 /• 10 «— 10/10 e— 15/6/— 17/6/^24/ 

9«— Iwll/* 
Walking Match iX Philadelphia, 13 m It 

<k— I4m6/— 17m6d 

— -^ Accident dtlring, 14 m 6 /^ 

Pytchley Hounds, Accident td, cto the 

Riigb^ Railway, 16 / 10 d 

Rifle Shooting, 27 m lO c 

Sandowrt Park Club. Firat Spring Meeting, 

1 7 10 </— 27/ 11/— 4 IN 10 e— 5 M 6 «— 6 m 11 

a— 7 ml e 

Grand Military aiid Houaeliold Brigade 



Steeplechases, 8 w 10 a— 10 lii 6 1/ 

Natidnal Huntand Derby Steeplechases, 



17 fit 6 c/ 

Royal Artillery Steeplediases, 14 m 6/- 



15 m 12 a 

— I^ullefs Rice, lO ntf 6 «— 11 iftr 10 6 

— Skatiag Matches, Ctiampidn MUtch in the 
Fens, 10/6/ 

Pniposal to Found a Belt for, 3 /"ID/ 



— South and Weit Wilts Foxhounds Poisoned 
near Frome, 24 m 10 c 

— Spring Handicapis, 16 j lO d 

— Swinimmg, Great Feat of Capt. Boyton, »S 
ift lOfc 

- London Schools Club, 25 / 10 fr 



TattersalFs, 4 m 10 fc— 11 m 10 d— 18 w 7 / 

— 25wl0« 
Tiger HUnt in Calcutta, 18/ 10/ 

Turf Dispute, 28 m 12 c 

Vesinet Races, 14/11 /— 21/ 11 /-1« w 

Waterloo Clip, 24 / 6 <f . 

— -West Norfolk FoxhouMs, Run Delayed 
from Lady Hare*s lJei(ths« 18./ 9/ 

Worcestfershirfe Ildnt, 2^ /*12 6 

Yachting— New THaro^ Club. tO> 11 « 

Prince of Wales's Club'. 10 / 10 a 

Spurgeon (C. H .) Bazadr to Aid the Preientatiuir 

Fund to, 1 / 1 1 rf 
Publishes the Firfit o'f a 25th Volume of 

Sermons, 9 7 9 e 
Squire (B.) oh Klcctric Liglrt, 17 m 4 h 
Stage ifi 187^. &(;., 16/3 6 

Stt TllEATKES 

Stanley (Dean; on Anterica and Weslminstef 
Abbey, 24 /*8 a 

<Jn (n^afity Organiation, 25/*Il e 

at Glasgow, 29 m 12 « 

Lecture on John Milton, 31 ? 5/ 

on the N(;w Lectiofiary, 6 / 10 tif 

Stansfeld (— ) at Northallerton, 4/116 

— at HaKfax, 16 ; 10 r— 4 / 116 
Star Life Assurance Soci6tj| 1 m 10 d / 

State Aid to Art h\ Erfglandand Ffantoe, \] 10* 

of the Streets, 22 f 12 a 

Statistical Socfet^, }Sj 9 d 

Meeting. Papers Read befort, 22/6* 

Statistics of Life m Ireland, 4/3 c 
Steel frara Cleveland Ore, New Proicess of fA^ 
fng. 19;// 12 b— 29iM U 6 

for War Uses, 5 m 5/ 

Stock Exchange Settling Days, 7j4b 



^4r. 31, 1879.] VALUKR'ft ixpex to <f the timks" skwspaprr. 



011% 



Stephen (Sir James) Farewe^ Lecture at the 

Inner Teiuple, 24i6/i 

(J. F.) on Mr. Justice *^ Ftes, 17/ 10/ 

Note on, 25 ; 7 6 

S^tephent (Justice) £|anqnet to, on his Eleration 

to the Bench, 7 m dJ~-20 m 10 6 
Stillman (W. J.) on bpectrum Photoij^^apHy, 7j 

5/— 21; 6* 

on the Greek Frontier, 20 m 11 « 

Stoke-on-Trent, the Medicid Officer Suspended, 

3; 9 a 
Stoker rGeo.) Turkish Refugees, H jf 8 a 
Stone ( W. H.) on the'Oaucus System, 4^11 / 
Slopford (Adm.) tl^e lnoinci,iU Court Martial, 8 

« 12 « ' * 
Stortos of the Atlantic, 5/6 /* 
Strachey (U.) Defence of Jellalahad, 4/8 <f 
Straits Settlements — Cax>tain and Two Officers 

of the Kat€ Waters Murdered, 7 m 6 « 

Miaoellaneous News^ 1(> ; 5/— 20 m 5 f 

Strand Buildings Company, 19y 11/ 
Stnmgford (E.) ^fefugees in Bulgaria and Rou- 

inelia, 7 j h d ' 
Strangways (H. B. T.) Telegraph to. South Africa, 

15y iod * 

Stratford de Radcliffe (Lqrd) {sandula, a Poem, 

' 29 m 11 6 

Street Nomenclature, Notes on, 4 / 6/— -5/ 11 6 

Tram vay«>— Barcelona, 26 /' 6 e 

-^— Belfast 7/- 7> 

-r ^ristol, \\miie 

Compressed A\r ^t Nai\tes, IZfibf 
Dublin, \%j 1 ^—16/ 12 6—14 iit 6 e 
Edinburgh, 30; 7 « 

GU4goir. nJH 

Hull, 21; 7 /< 

At I|Miwidi^ 21 VI 10 c 

Liverpool, and Omnibus Compmiy, 17 / 

Id 

— London. IZflf-^flf 

North MetropoUtan, 10 j 7 d—ZO j 

6/7 1 

z '- Kotc^gl^i^ and District, 27y 6 f 

Official Return, 11 f 7y 

T ProTincial, 12 y 7 «— 20 f7^ 

Steam' on. Note a^ut, 21 m 10/ 

at S^ffansea, 18 m 7/ 



re- 



union, 7 / 7 « 
WolTerhampton, 8 J 7/ 



Streeter(£. W.) Uail-Ma^Jdng of Jewelry, 7 nx 7/ 



of Agricultural Labourers, at Newmarket, 

-^ of the Au^tralasii^n Steam Navi^tion Com- 
pany's Seamen, 9jbd 

•— at Bradford, 14 m 11 «~24m 10 c— 29 m 19« 
r— of Builders, at Sputt\ Shields — Proposed 
Compromise with the Masters. 2 1 m 8 6 
at Sheffield. 6 j 4 c— 1 1 /' 6 a 



— of the Coach Builders at Preston, 27 j 11 a 

— of the Colliers, at l^o^ps Gawbjer HaU Cpl- 
lieries. i5« 12/ 
in North" Wales, 25 / SJ—if 11 d 

in Siuuth Yorkshire. &c., \oj 5/— ^6 ; 8 ^ 



— 20y 6 r— 21 ; 10 e—2'6 j 9 /' 

of 1,500 Workmei\ in the. Factories at 



Strikes {continued). 

of the Cotton Operatives at Oldham — Close 

of, 2/7 ^-3> 4 6 

at Blackburn, 22 jj 7 a— 28j' 10 ^—24 j%c 

rr- at Lisburn, (i ; 4 • 

at Preston, 25 j 6 e 



at Remiremont, 14/5 d 

— of Dock Laboc^rers, at Hull, 2 ; 9 f—Bj 10 e 

— of the Engineering Trad^f, 20. ; 6j— 31 jOe. 
—7 / 5y— 8 /U a— 10 /" 11 /— 13 /'G/— 21 / 
5 e— 25 flX'd—S m 7 /-ll « 3«— 17 mSe— 
24^/1 7 i{— 27 m 10 f—Si w 1 W 

— of 2,000 File Cutters, at Sheffield, 18 m 8 6, 
in Glasgow — Giving in Too Lato, 4 / 6 « 



— of t^o Glass Makers, at Birmingham, Dud- 
ley, Ac, 18 »i 7 f 

— ^ oi 8,000 Iron Shipbuilders, pn the Tyne, 27 
/bt—HmbJ 

— in the Iron Trade, at Middlesbrough, 6/6; 
/-7j8c/ 

— at the Lazey Lead and Silver Mines, 31 m^ 
11 b 

— at Liveq)ool, 3 /"e /— 4 f% /*— 6 f^/^7/ 
11 </— 10/Grf— U /"lOrf— U/'IO/— 18/6/ 
— 18 /• 1 1 /— 20 / 10 a -22/ 6/ 

— Mass Meeting of Workmen at Blackheath, 
on the Subjer.t of, 18 /ll /' 

— of the Miners, in Devod, 31 i^ 10 c 
at Wheal Emma Mine, 26 m 6 / 



of Moulders, &c., at Barrow, 13 i 11 / 
at Sheffield, 15/10 e 



— Note on, 1/36 

— of Railway Servants, on the M^ ^in^ RaiV- 
way, 4/6 s— 6> 6 ^—7/ 8 <— 8 / ^-9> 11 a, 
—10 / 6 5—11 j 10 ef-l3i 11 c— 14^ 6 a^lbi 
1 1 a— 16 / 6/— 18 3 6 </— 20 ; 8 c— 22 ; 6 e ' 

Donations to tho Men, 27 / 8 a 

Notes on, 10/6 c— 16> 10 5 



— at Santa Cruz, 15 m 7 e 

— at Seamen, in New South Wales, 13/6 e — 
1/5/— 6/5rf— 12m 4</ 

— of the Shipbuilders^ on the Clyde, 4 m 5 /• 
on the Tees, 21 / 10 6 -80i 6 c 

on the Tyne. 20/7 rf— 21 /9. rf 



— of Smiths, Builders and Shipbuilders, at 
Bangor, 14./ 10 6 

— of the Tanners, at Bermondsey, 21 / 6 c 

— of tl^e Tin Platers, at Cardiff, Collapse of, 
7 w7/— 12rw lO.rt 

— of the Weavers, at Blackburn, 4/9 /—I a 
wil0 6 

at Afhton-under-Lyne, 13 / 6/— 18/ 1^ 



/— 19 / 5 /— 28 / 10 rf 

at Burnley, 28 m 6/ 

at Carlisle, I4j 10 c 

at Huddercfield, Collapse of, 22 m 7 • 



^nimont, 18 /' 5 t 



of the Wire Drawers, at Warrington, 15 / 

7/— 20>6c— 21 /6 c 
Stubbt (Dr. J, W.) Dublin Univeriity School, 

31 m 8 q 
Student Interpreters, 26 m 6/ 
Sturdy Beggai^, No.te op, 31 / U a 
Sturge (^Edm.^ Equato.rial Africa* 13 /6 e 
Sturgeon^, a Wotd for tl^ Pies^ryation of, 

)l a 
Sugar, Bounties on Foreign, Association of Work< 

iiig Men to Abolish, 28/ 10 6 

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*i»KHr 4iuttn ties. 7 / 1 M- 15 ./' 7 A 

Beetruu:. in AuttriA, t'Z m 1 d 

French, J* / 7/ 

Mr. Bilton, of Southtca, 28 /* 10 6 

Dr. Blaa, ut OdeftM, 3 m 6 a— 7 mWf 

j~— Jahn B.a»Ue, ("apt. of tiie Francis Drake^ hy 
Juminog into the Waler «t Sea, \S/lif—26 

jior 

J— Charlet Fred. Da;r'es, «t Church Stretion 
.Station. 4 j 10 e 

— Walter Deana, at Gourock, ?6 tm Id e • 
Mary Ann Geanuan, a/ter Drowning her 

Jnfant, 18 m 6 ^ 

Mra. Hudson, who Shot herself at St. Pan- 
eras Station, 8 •« If 

. Miss Jane Kerr, Found Drowned in tlie 

Mersej, 22 ; « •: 

John Ritchie, bj Jain|4ng oyer a Ship's 

ftide in the Mersey, 13 m 6 / 

f">. — David Towmow, at Ashover, ^ fh f 
— Mr. E. M. Ward, the Artist, 18 ; 11 a 

Alderman Wren, at Stockton, 3 m 6 c 

Henry Wyzinaky, hmh q 

6uli|ia. Inundations at. 28 ; 10 d 

Sull.ran (^A. M.) Insh Vote in England, K fl^t 

at Lirerpoul. 4/116 

^.un Insurance Company, 21 ; 7 u 

»— Spots and Commercial Panics, 14 j 4 e— 17 

iSMQibiy Art Fxhibitio^s— Gros^enor Gallery to 
be Opened, 20 m 10 e«24 m 0/-31 m 9/ 

. Closing Bill, Arrangements for Meetings, 

^., to Support Sir W. Lawiion^s I^solutioiis 
for, l/6c— 6/'7/ 

liquor Tra^c, 22 i 4/ 

— Observance in Glaagow, the Ti ains CeaM 
Running, \ m hj 

Society, Annual Meeting. 24 m 6 / 

burgeons, Hoy^l College of, New Members, 22 i 

6 /- 23 ; 11 /— 24 j 10 h—To ) 10 /— 28 ; 12 a 

— 29j6rf 

. Lectures before, U/*)/— 16 / 6/— 7 m 8rf 

»— Monster Salmon Presented to the Museum 

of. 25 ; 12 c 
.— New Trustee of the Ilunteriau Museum, 21 

/ll • 
BurgM Aid Society. 22 m 18 /*->-24 mU e 
/Surrey Se«sio.is : — Presentation to the Governor 

of Wandsworth Gaol. 1 ? 12 a 

Pensions to Prison Officials, 1 1 12 a 

linaPEKSIONS :— 

Ambler, W. B., of Beach Mills, Keighley. 

27 m 10 <i 
r— ^ PAuford, Benj., of Keighley, Qf5j 

— Blacque & Co., of Paris, 17 m 7 n 

Boocock. T. S., of Keighlev, 14> 7 * 

! Carter, Bern., of Bamsley, 22 ; 9/ 

- — Chapman, James, of Stokes Croft, \ j B f 
Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Bank, 28 

"Convent of the " Good Shepherd,*' 1 1 m 5 c 

— Coolie, Wm. Tho*., of Mars Jron Works, 

! Cornish Bank. Messrs. Tweedy & Co., 6 j C 

fl^^j 7 a-7> 8/^8 ; U /-9> 11 c-.10> 6 <^ 
-— Credit Company, 20> 10/ 

m 



Suspensions (rondnnedX 

Dawson, Taylor & Co., of Shipley, 19/12* 

Lvans, t d^., of Gravelly Uili, ll^iii lie 

Fairbank. C. S., of Birmingham, 19 m 7 c 

FentoR. Bankers, Rochdhle, 9 j 11 c— 10; 

6 rf— 21 j 7 6—28 ; 10 /"~25 m 10 a 

rielihout»e and Caawell. 22 /*ll/ 

Flower, Marshall, of Fishponds, nearBriilol, 

ij&f 
Fox, Walker & Co., of D.islol, 1 j 5/-10> 

6/ 
Gilpin, Edw. Octavus, of Nott ngham, 16; 

> Go benbu^'g Commercial Company, 21 J 7a 

—22 ;• 7 a— 23> 7 a 
Grant, Albert, 4/7 o-5/7 *— 1 m 10/- 

28 m u e 

& Co., of East Bute Doek, 2ft ; :« e 



Halledav, Thos., of Bradford, 9 ; 1 1 e 

Hardy & Co., of Nottingham, 4 > 6 «— 80 j 

10 b 

Harris & Co., of Birmingham, 8/10 1 

Heugh, Balfour & Co.. 28 m 12 c- 31 « 7/ 

Uibel, Wm., of Birnit.ighiim. It m 8 6 

Hudson & Co., of Hull, AjUc 

Hughes and Nephew, of Liverpool, 30/ 10 ( 

Ick ingill, J. and J., of Keighley, 13; 11/ 

Jeff ries, David, of Bristol, 6 ; 6 /^ 

Kellaai and Lacey, of Leicester. 4/ 6 e 

Lee and Doughty, of Birmingham. 17; lOe 

Mason, Bros. & Co., of Eccrlesliill, 3 m H 6 

- Matthew and Thielman, of Glas:;ow, 16/5 / 

Matthewn, Joseph, of TavisU>ck, 28; 7 rf 

M'Kean, Tesley & Co., of I..eeds. 17; 10« 

Miller, Higginbotham & Co., of Cat heart, 7 

/6 6— 13/7</ 

Neild, Jonathan, 14; 7 «— 28 7 6 s 

Nicol and Michie. 27/ 1 1 e 

N ursey , Kessowjee & Co., of Bombs «', 6 ; 5 c 

Parker, Saml. Gilbert, of Nottingham, l^i 

Penryn Penny Bank, 25/10/ 

Peterbon, luiw, Pearson, of Bradford, 13 ; 

11 / 

Philippin, Pelissler, Powell & Co., 17 w 7 a 

Rtinisay, James, of Dundee, 24 ; 7 c 



Ko^^edMlp and Fcrrjhill Iron CumjAny, 20; 

10 /— 21 ; 9 /— 22; « c -29 7 1 1 c 

Simpson, Geo., Benhar Coal Company, 8 si 

13 s 
Salmon, Beaver & Co., of Birmingham, 5 » 

l^r • 
Schlcsinger and Wechmar, of Bradford, 9; 

1 1 rf— 3 / 1 1 6 

Shuttleworth, David, of Keighley, 13; 10 e 

Southam & Co., of Walsall, 14/ 12 b 

— «- Stanhope b^ilkstone Colliery Company, 22 
; 6 « 

Stewart, Jas., Larrain & Co., of Glasgow, 
yil rf— 18;6rf 

Mills & Co., of Livci-pool, 19 m 12 a 



9j 



— Trott, Alfred, of Bristol, 1 ; 6/ 

— Union Bank. Helston, 5/6 /--4 w 8 6 

— Vivian, Qrylls,& Co., of Uinon Bank, HeU 
stoii, 5 / 7 a 

*- Wilkinson, Alfred, of Bradford, 29 ; 6 /-«• 
\1/X0<i > f f 



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Wadsworth, Wm.. of Bradford, 9 i 11 d 

WilliaoM and Bird, of St. Phiiips Wharf, 1 

Wood, Benj.. of Bradford, 12 /"ll c 

Saiaez. New Coroner for. 14 ; 9 /" 
Sweden, Opening of the Diet, 20 ; 6 c 

Return of the Newspaper Press in, 10/6 o 

Swimming. London Schools Club. 25 ; 10 6 
fi^iss Colony for GorgiA, 21/5 k 
8 WITZEBLAND : ~ 

American Coal on Sale in, 23 / 5 6 

Prodactionfl in, 28 ; Bh 

Antiquarian Discoreries in, 10/5 A- 27 m 

Arrest of Dr. Brousse, 1/5 c— 27 i 6 € 

■ of Malona, Manager of the People*0 Bank, 

13 IN 5 c 
- — Avalancha Fnils on the Got hard Post 

Sledges and one Postitian Killed. 1 m 5 d 
the Brigand Chief CaUndra Arretted for 

Murder, Sfbe 

BurialofSigraund Grater— Official Intoler- 
ance, 25 / 5 e 

Cafe-Keeping, Cigar Selling and Banking, 

22/4/ 

Capital Punishment Revived in, 21 w 5 c/— 

28 m 5 c— 29 m 7 « 

a Catholics Bequest to the Pope and Two 

Monarchs in Litigation, Sm7 d 

Commercial Treaty wiih Germany, 8 ^ 6 c 

ith July, Renewed for a Month, ij 5 d 



—13/ 6/— 28 ; 5 c-29 ; 5 f 

— Company formed in, to Work the Anthracite 
Minea of Vemayaz, \Gj5e 

— Contagious DiseaMS in, 4 m 5 d 

— Cutton Traile in, 6/ 6 a 

— '« ]>a8 Millionenbuch," on the Gothard Rail- 
way, 10 ; 5 <^ 

— Dentists in, and their Churges. 13 m 5 / 

— Deputy of Neuchatd Acquitted of Murder 
from Drunkenness, 13 m 5 c 

-— Diplomatic News, 14 /6 « 

— Distress in, 16/5 e'. 

— Divorce and Re- Marriage in, 14 / 5 e 

— • Enrthslip at Gero;;Iingpn. 6 ;m 5 c 

— Enlistment for Foreign Service, 10 / 5 /— 
24m 65 ^ J J 

— Exhibition of Silk, &c., at Winterlhur, 12/ 
5e 

— Export Returns, 11 i 5 cf 

— the Geneva Council Reform a Grant for the 
Portrait of James Fazy, Sj 5 d 

— Hotel Beau Rivage, Sale of, 13/6/ 

— Hurricane in, 24./ 6 a 

— Ibex for the Alps in, 26/4 f 

— Import Duties, 25 m 5 5 

— Imposition of a Pension Keeper on three 
Sisters, 13 » 6/ 

— Interdict on Foreign Cattle, 20/5 // 

— Judge Schafer, Sentenced for Embezzle- 
ment, 10 m 6 <f 

— landslip Blocks up the River Broie, 21 mSc 

— Medical Diploma Conferred on a Young 
Lady, 12/5 « 

— Miscellaneous News, 20 J 5 «— 1 /5 «— 7 / 
5 tf— 28 SI 5 c— 31 mod 



Switzerland (rontinued), 

Mills at Zurich to be Closed. 11 /5 r 

Police and Beggars, Serious Encounter, 21 

/5 k 

Railways. 20 ; C 5—3 ; 6 5 

'—-'Relief of Destitute Workmen, Vote for, 21 

; 5 d • , 

Rig; Sfcbeidi*5'^HoteU Sale of, 8/5 e 

Roman CAthbl/c Cures Ofer Themselves for 

Re- Election, 4 ;ji rf--« / 6 a— 25 i 5 r— 18/5 e 

Romanisch Abolrshdd in jhe Schools. 4j5#f 

— Savoyard Fisherman afVev^^y, 4 m 5 </ 
St. Gotliard Railway, 24 j"5 i^*t8 /> d -:15 

m7d ' ' •' * 
Singular Meteorological Plienomenoil in^- 

4/5rf 

'- Smuggling in, 3 /G 5—18 f6 e 

Sports in, 28 j 5 h 

the State and the Church, 2G ; 5 e 

StorniA in 10 ; 5 rf 

Tvphoid Fever in Bomo, 1 /*5 e 

William Tells (Impel on the Lake of 



Lucerne, Proposal to Demolish, 13 /6 a — U f 
5c-13/ 12 a 

Wolves at Basle, 4 i 5 rf 

Szcgedin, Bursting of a Dam at, and Flood- 
ing of, 8 »i 7 d—\ I m o c — 13 w o r— 14 m 7 h 

— 16 m 7 6 & e— 20 m 5 6—24 m 6 6—24 m 11/ 

— 27 VI h e 

Collect ions for the Sufferers, 26 m 7 6—27 

m55 

])amn<7e done by, 1 7 m A 

Dorozsma Destroyed, \\ mo d 

Mansion House Fund for ihe SuflFercrs, 1* 

m 10 «— 17 w 8 /;— 18 «» 10 /'— H> m 10 a— 20 

II 7 /-21 w 12 a— 22 m \ 1 /-24 m 1 1 6—25 m 

10/i-27//» 7/#— 2»«i lie 

Papal Donation. 19 w 7 A 

Synionds (Adm.) on Collivions at Sea. 2 ; 12 a 
Symons (G. J.^ on the Thames Floud^, ^j 8 <i 

Cold Winter, 4/10 </ 

Tahiti and the Chinese, 28 j 7 c 

Talbot (E. S.) Female Education in Oxford, 29 

m\Qd 
Tariff Alteration, 24 / 8 '^ 
Tasmanian Sheep in New Zenlaml, 21 / 4 a 
Taxation Abroad, 9 / 4 « 

of Works and Machinory, 29 w 8 /• 

Taylor Institution. I^ctun^s on SiMui^tli Litera* 

ture in, 25 ; fi / 
Tea, State of Trade in. srt (verif day*s paper 

Japanese, 27 /'5 e 

Teachers* As8o<!iation Conference at King College^ 

Gjie 
Orphanage and Benevolent Funds, Public? 

Meeting, 20 m 5/ 
Tdectroscope, 27; 4 /* 
Telegraph Mr. Co>fper*8 Real for Writing 

Messages with Ink, (> /C» a 
Tfclenipliic War News, 12 wi 10 e 

Wires in Towns. 4 ; 10 /* 

Telegraphv. llapid, 18 w 10/ 
TELEGRAPHS : - 

Atlantic Direct Cable Compflnv, 0/7 ^— 

21 ; 7 a— 22 ni 12 ; 
Anglo-American, 18 / 7y— 8/6/— 24 rB0 

—29 III 13 e 



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— ill AhJirn, l^.s / ."> »/ 
l5tli AninvL'is.irv of ihe Forjnatijn i>t, \2j 

r c 

I»:ihi:i Mini Ilio tlo .Trtneiro. 'J'< m W -/ 

Uraz li.-ui SubuaiifU*. 2iM 7 tf - 17 '/i 7 </ 

. iVMlral AfrifM. 1J» f \2 a '• :'- ' -' 

Am. ii<'rtM. 14 H> h •, ' .. - '- 

Conipuilai 'ij gr:i;ni,i:Vl^'''*i*^'"i^ l>r;»silt ir.", 

' ('onifi*4if.tii)n*an ! M.-'nteiuiiuo Companv, 

l»0 / 7.J^--3i7VG ^-<; »i U\ f 
r.--!<'ubliVftrmiMrir.c. H ;*7 d-'IO t 7 e 



\.: ^.l^JL. Unilfd St.ilos CixhU, 23 / 7 ^--12 /./ 1 



3 c 



19 w 12 r— C2 iM \:\r 
KHstcrn. 24 ;' 7 e~:i\ n 7 e~:-i\ m 7 <l 

KxtcMusiiin Au^ttralisla and China, 27 m 7 



«— ill ml fi 

Kuropoan, Note on. \\ j 7 f 

(in*ftt Northern, it I m 7 *i 

In<li>-Kuro|)oan, 24 / 11 /— 11 mil e 

I'ara-Mrtrjinh.iin, 17 /'7« 

' -- Officers of the C'ontral Oflicos, Annual 

Dinner 3/" 10// 
Suiili Africa Deputation to 04»verninent for 

J.n>in;r Down, U\ / H) J—'2i t 8 ./-3 m 7 f 

'- NVos on. VS f 10 /"-1 5 / 10 f/ 

'IVirs^niphic (\)!ijnnini(:ation with the 

Cape. 12 m 12 ii-ly m 7 /— 2'» m 3 tf^^ii m 11 

(/-28 ;// .'» /* 

Stale of ^hnres in (.'omptinie-*, .«.'« eieiy dot/'s 



' - - Suhnmrine. 10 /' 7 ^- 12 /'7 «? 

We^ttM'i) I'ninn. 2 / 7 t/ 

.. nntl l*»i:'Z lijii;. 28 ; 7 " 

Trleplione. New. 2> i 10 <»— 17 tu 4 '* 
'lVl»s«:ope. New JMl- c ii:^'. 29 m 12 /' 
'lull's ("lia|.fl sn' S\\ ni5hl;:.AM» 
'IVinperanie in ihe Nmvv. 'il ; 11 f 

■ ■ ■ Lecture, Lo:«l C'niins lo I'le i«lv\ (> »» {< h — 
1 1 ;// ."i li 

■ — Movenjcnt in Sli- iTi 1.1. 1h ,./, h> ,/ 
Temple. Mi-lnlc. •• (;.Mn.l \h\\ " at. 2;i / 10 d 
-— li.ner • (i"inll>;iy." oo" ; H / 

— Mjl-iftM- of. Mi»vci:ioufs of. 4 / i) /* 
U\iine'ii (^O. h\; v.n liie (.Mv of (il..N|iu\v Hank, 

;>0 / 1 1 // 
'ieunyftoii ( — i Tv.n roenj^, 22 /•' 11 c 
'JVn.-'iun of Fliii»l-. 11 / lu e 
'1 tTin ke|*oit!<. \\ I ' f 

'iVstinu' SliicliuH* ut Wati'iMown Ar^enMl. Vlmkh 
Trw crbury Ab'.!t\v He-loration, 2i /'til-" 
'j lj.inj«-9 Ani'lin^', 1 1 /' l(i n 

- — Floiids, Conference ai Lanibc'.b about, 20* / 
10 « 

Meeting abt»ut, 7 in S c 

-■ Ice on. 1 I ; 7 « 

LiK'"!' P '»«*^ 'he Kiver. * 2 //• It^ h 

• N»vi;^»»l on. Not!' on, W i o 

- New Itiil U)r l<« irnlaiinj; the Traflle in, 10 / 

Valh'V Flt>otls. Note.< about. (> / 8 a— 9 i 3 

„__ \*A n'ie - 12/- II r/ 

Lower Draina-e. 19 ;>i lo .' 20 »« lO /* 

— MHin Draina^e^ KJ •.. 6 .. 



'ih.nii. s .i:.(l Mcrs<\ Marine lusur.ir.ee v.\m):»7» 

11 » 7 '/ 
Tn ilATKES : - 

A-lclphi, r.> /"7 /— 3 ", S r.-24 f« 10 J 

Cdurf. <» / .** »/— 17 / 6 « -4 m 6 c 

— a— Criterlsni. 10 / S h 

Crystal l»5^1ace. ^m Crv>TAL 

Drnry Laiic. 14 y S « 

( Iwc'l Suddenh, .">/!>/' 

Diik.'V. 15 /.s />— 17 m ^ f* 

- Khiili-h « >pera, 21 / t^ />— 24 m P** 

Kollv. DrMmalic Club of the First Sa-ref 

Artillery Hrii,^«iie givea Murran^ Performance, 

2+ / 9«' 

(ouetv. H /'8 c— 4 iM 8 r 

U. Majesty's. L*) /' 8 r-10». 9*-.17/i«9i 

Carmen." in En|;li^h at. ft /' U) / 

*• Golden Cross " at, 18 m 4 a 

fiiemi at, 28 / 10 fl-4,/*4 e 

Italian Opera. 24 m 10 c 

in America, 1 ? 10 c 

Lvceuni. 31 mS a , , no 

—'Farewell BeneBt to Mr. Chippendile, 2i 



/*9 /— 25 / 10/ - J /a 

_ 1- Monday Popular Concerts, 7 i 3 ./— 4^/ » « 

— 11 /•» 6—11 IM 5e 

New. at M'Paeo. Opening: of. 30 j 5 « 

Olympic. 27 ;■ 8 c— 24 m 10 <i-^2o a* 3 c 

Opera Comique. 17 w 9 « 

rhilharmonic Corcerts. 7 tr loy 

"Piecolino" in EnplUh, :»0 ; 8 c— 3/J>* 

Popular Concerts. 2ii w i « 

I'rince of \Vale«*i», 13 ; 9 / 

Queen's, 13; 11 / 

Taken as a Stores. I (J / 7 <? 

Roval Italian Opera. 13 m 7/ 

«(»yalty. 2 / M /i-o /fi e 

San-kiit Drama at Madrn.«. ! ^ / 8 6 



. -_ Snturdav Kvenin^ Concert at St. Jaoiesi 

IJnIl, 13 ; 1*1 o ^^ . ^. 
St. James's Hall, Henry Leslie's Choir. So 

/• lOi-— 2'< /• 10 f 
_J Orchestral FeJtiv.d Concerts at. 31 tn II • 



Seiklih Concert at. 28 / 10 6 
PhJlharmonic Concerts at, 7/B d 
Mr. Welch's Coi'cerl at. 12 w 7 «? 



10 



the singe in 1878, l<i .; 3 ^—17 ; 6 c-l8/ 

r 

Strand. 4 / 8 r 

The Soowbrdl," Notes or. G /of-o* 



Cd 

Vaudeville. 27 ; 8 r 

M. Viard Louis's TliirJ Concert, 22;fc&- 

20/11/ 

Westminster Aqnarium, 19 /"7 /' 

TheoK.gical HjiIIh ai Oxford and Cambridge, i 

r o f , . 

Thesig r (A. H.^ on Lord Chelmaford. 11 » 10^ 

(Lord Justice lUne^p of, 2(> m 11 <i 

Thibet Oranr in Aid of M. Prejevalsky's Exi>e- 

ilition in. :>0 j b t 
Thieve's Museum at Bclhnal Green. 10/fi/ 
Thtmni'* {C. J. on the Bristol Flection, Wj 9/ 
M. B.) Market for Vegetable?, 7/10«-l-' 

y 11 A 
rLynHlP on the Bursting of tUe Gun*' 

Board the Thuudcer, 6/11 c 



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'i.'>«|mp!H>n''r«pt.) on the Accident on Hoard the 

J Kua'fertr. 7 / G 6 
TLoniKin (Wm.) Air of Large To vns, U m (*. e 
'Ih:ifl in Ire!:ind. II /S a 
'ihurbnni (K. S.) ^•ew^Jllapors fiT Sick SoMicrs 

St Katal. 18 //» 12 « 
TiiJ<« and Wcaihor, 'Jti fd h 
Tin Trade, la ; 1 1 f'—21/i\ h — W* ta U d—lS in 

Tiri'ova, AM-ount <rf. (i /':! ^ 

'l.the Corainutaiion— Seprentiial Avornt^cs, s j 
lib ■ 

— • Hed<»mT>tfon Trnst, Meeting, 14 /' 12 / 

Ki-nl Charlie. 31 w 1 1 / 

-— — Mecfirtfralxmt, 2i t:i II e 

Tivertun. the Members at. 17 f G r/ 

Tobttcc6Bbx,Celebraicil, Culled '*iho Westmins- 
ter Box." \tim \\ t 

— • Duty, Deputation to Government about, 30 

- — Industry in .Tamaica, 31 .i 3 t* 
T.'jdi7en Lake. SiirWen Rising and Fall of. 3;/i 6 a 
roinbj of the Hvnios near Troy. \ fl h 
Tomkii'son (Fred.) Acddent to the Dirh,in, 1!) 

w 14 a 
Tomes (John) oo the M«dica! Conncil, 14 w lie 
Tories. Note about, 3 / 6 c 
Torn Councils and Local Boards. 29 m 12 « 
;^ — Sewagv" Schetue, 21 m 10 c 
Irjiction Enpitie?. "iX m 1 e 
Trade. Board of. Notices. 1 ; 7 e— 4 ; 8 a— 15 ; 8 

rt—'i/i 7 4 rt— 29 / 4 ; -S / fi rt- 1 2 /• 8 r -Ah f 

10 /•— 22y*rf 6— 1 m 8 a -5 wi 9 n~% m 10 c— 

VI m W) r— 15 m 9/— '9 w 10 « 
A'.mnal Heports, 10 / 3 a 

— of Asia Minor. 24 ; 6 « 

of the Baltic. 1 1 w 11 rf— 18 w 7 « 

Biiii«h in Africa. 6 / 7 /— 13 m 10 e 

w ith Spain. 2(\ f\\ /* 

Ht the Cai)e, 8 / 7 (7 

Depression of, Lecture bv Mr. Brassev on, 

2oj a ft 
M.-etingson. II fS 6-13 /*6/-5 m 10 f 

—13 m 10 c— 21 m 10 f 

- Stopipjipeof Mills, 10/9 /• 



of Giiaremala. It ; G « 



of <5ln«gow. 25 / Cy h 

How Kiij^lnnd L'wes, 1 id/' 

of Hull in 1878, &v.. 1 ; \) / 

and N a vitiation Heturn« 9^7 b—S f 7 l>— 

^ m \:i 6—20 m 8 « 

of Persia, 15/ 5 e 

Prospects in America. 9 / 7/— 16 / 4 t 

Returns for Jannary, 10 /"7 a 

of Scotland in 187H. 1 1 /'l I e 

State of. in every d'iy*s pajter 

in the United States. 3 //i G d 

U'mon, Brut at Out rage at Ramsley, 13/?i 11 « 

Trades Unionism in Auierica. 2 / 10 e 

By-laws of" the New Orleans Union. 2 j 

10 c 

Union Onfrajres, 22 / 9/ 

Unions, Prnpo^d Fetleratitm of. 4 ?« i / 

llenult of. On Tni(4e. \Z m 11 d 



''Vnniw a; j« and Gencrnl Works Company. 6 j 7 d 
T.an.-l.rcration of Modem Langua«:es, 12/10* 

1 ravi liiriLT on iliw' Con»inent, 24 m 10 /' 

in Sn'ilv. .s in 10 •/ 

Tr«M(M. de'^ Heal. h of, 23 ; 5 d 
'J'n-atv of Berlin, J* m 7 r 

F.-jri-'^i^n Oflii-e Despsitches on. 21 in 3 f 

No lives al)0ut, 27 m o c. — 2b <m .*» c — iii m 



G a 



fln<i the Powrrs. 21 m ."> h — 27 in 5 e 



of rrajrtio, 12 / r^ /-V.\ fk\n 

- — St f oiso GeUM \ X V A N I) A I" STKI A 

Trebi/ond. Aver:ipe V'hIuc of Imports to, from 

(ireat Britain. 21 j 4 e 
Trei's at Knijrhtxbridge. 2 ) /« 11 '» 
TrtMclvan C. K. ; on the Alghan War, 11 / 1'' e 

on C'bniitv Orjjanization, 14 m 11 y* 

on Count V Franchise, 1 «: 5/ 

at Hnwick, 7/11 a 

(»n Indisc i ninnie Cbarit}', 20 j 8 c 

- State of the Street'*. 22 /' 12 a 

Trchinae Discorcicd m a Vig-i at Barcelona, 2d 
1 a d 

ill American Baooii, 13/5/~19/6 d 

German Statistics of, 19/5 d 

Trinity House Corporation and the Kxplo^ives 

Art, 8/5/ 
Trout Ova for Victoria. Note on. 1 /*6 A 
Tr«>tees. Liabilities of, 28 / 10 */— 31 ; 8 A 
Tucker (St. George) Manchesier and India, 7 f 

^ 6—20 WI 8 6 
Tunis. France and Italv in. 3 / 3 d 

Recall of Mr, Wood, 30 ; 5 (/ 

TURKEY:— 

Appointments, 1 ;' 6 d — > 7 S o — 4 ^ 5 « — 

6 / < — ^ / 5 6-14.; 5/- 29 7 5 c— G/5 c 

an 1 Armenia, 3y 6 6 

Aitiiy in, 10 / 6 a 

Arra>j^-.'ments about the War Indx^mnity, 1^ 

; 5 a — 2-< y 5 »• 

ArjeMS", I / b c 

Afsia'io, 9 / 10 a — 14; 3 rf— 17 / 4 f-20 • 4 

<7— 2i 7 4 e— 7./ 3 (/ 

All Yt»uj^g IVoplo in Oorfa Wear Kings in 

the N;»ee. 9 .7 10 n 

niid AnstM'i, 30 ? 5 d — 14 / .'» n 

on Ii«>.*i:si.i an.l lIe:2e^.;oviiu. 2'» / '1 r- 1 

nHn<inot to the Briiinh Floet. 19 m 7 c 

Hiae Hook on ihe AOiur* «*f. 17/ II d 



Tr»deamen and Charities. \Z r s\ e 
Trading of Crown Sen'rtnts. 7/fi c 



Trrtitr»i»»w ^Itifft P'r,ni,n^9> '*'- 



I I A 



Boundary Coiniiiii.Mon. 3 / 'Ad -15 J .5 7 — 

17 1 h d &€—'J0 i G •/ — 21 y a / —20 / .1 ••- 2\ 

/.5 d — 1 >n r» r — 7 Hi » <f 

Cabi'et Cri-i''. .'.I w .1 d 

Civil Srrvir:e, lle-.ViranL'enuMU. 17 / ,"» e 

(^onvcjiiion abjut ih.* lio;ul.s. o / 5 (i — II >« 

hd 

Cri.sis in. 2! m 3 </-?2 m 5 a -24 m G n 

Diflieulues in the Way of Prc'gress -Capi- 

tul:i:i >n#. jtc. 17 / G b 
I)ijylonia'i<; News. 2 ; i» <i — 3./ .') d^ i • .', « 

-„(: ; fj ,.. —js j r» d l."» / ."i d — 28y »> i: — i\) ) ."> 5 

— 1 '. i It € — 17 it! .1 ^. 

l)i«ti;rbMn(?eR at Adrianople, 24 r'5 d 

in Kiinlistim. Sufiprpit.md. 23 i .> r. 

Kvucuntitm of Ku«5j»ifln 'i'rtxips l?ej?un, !»/ 



T.ir 



ft 



FALMEU 8 INDSl TO ** TBR TIME* MCWSFAPEfir 



[J An. 1 W 



Turkey (amtinugd), 

Kxpenses uf Turkish PrMonen, 8/66 

Finances, 2 ; 6 «— 6 ; ac»-~6 /6 J— 11 /5 

a— 15./9 /•— 26 f 5 6—29 mid 

FinanciiilMoveiDcnts, 4/oe— 17/6/— 18 

fhf-'lhm II « 

— Frontier Line for Gfeec#, 6y 6 a — 7 ; & c — 
15 i 5 c— 27j 5 /— 27 ; 6 a— 11 / ft 6— 14/5 9 
— 15/"i>«— 17/&/ 

••bardiners' Plcil," 80i 5 d 

Gendarmerie at Constantinople, 9 i 5 d 

Project, 24 m 6 a 

— Governor of Scutari to Retain his Post, 8 j 
5 e 

and Greece, 13 j 6 d— 17i 5 c— 20 / 6 s— 10 

m 6 <i— 13 m 5 e— 14 m 5 d— 17 m 6 6-10 m 7 
c/— 22 m 7 #--24 m G a— 25 m 5 a— 26 m 7 c— 
28ffl n d— 29 m 7 d— 31 m 6 a 

Gumuldjina, DeKcription of, 24 j 3"/ 

— • Harbour uf Constantinople, Improvements, 
3/ 6 a 

— Hatt Specifying Reforms, 2 / 5 c 
Health of the Sultan. 27 ; 6 a 

llitreatmeut uf the Greek Bishop of Adid»- 

nople by Bulgarians, 27 / 5 r 
•— International Customs Commission, 4 / 5 c 

Sale of Crete to Greece Rumoured, 15 m 7 c 

Khflirre<ldin Pasha. 2:i ; 5 c 

• Kidnapping in, Official Correspondence on, 

4/ 10 a 
Kurds Defeated at Saradj, 4^ 5 s 

Kurdish Revolt. 9 .; 10 a 

M. Mereelisl and his Attempted Duels, 1/ b^l 

•~— Mines and Roiids in Asiatic, 17j 4e— 20^ 46 

— Ministerial Changes. 16^ 5 a 
Pro8i)ects-in, 7 m 3 a 



— Miscellaneous News, 11 y 6 «— 14/ 6 /*— 20 
j G a— 27 / 6 a— 3/6 6—14 fb «— 24 f&'d—2S 
J 5 d— 29/5 c— 3 w 6 a—S w 7 6 & (i--lU in 5 

;_10 III (> 6—11 m o c— 12 m 7 d— 25 m 5 a— 

27 m b e 

• — Mi>netary Crisis, 1 8 7 5. d 

— Wfl Montenegro, 18 ; 5 d—21 / 5 «— 22 ; 5 
c— 23 ; 5 d— 29 / 5 c— 31 j 5 d& «— 3/5/- 12 
/6 6— 2«/5d 

— Kew Banucks for Constantinople, 21 j 5/ 

Governor of the Lebanon, 1 ; 5 d 

Land Tax, Proposed, 20 J G a 

Loan, 18./ 5 6— lU/5.d 

Ministry,* I / 8 a 

— Oppressions in Asiatic, 9j 10 6 

— Paper Currency in, 14 J 10 ti— 23 j Sc -3 
/6« 

Address to the Sultan on Withdrawing, 

22y 5 d 

Podgoritza to be Delivered up to Montene- 
gro, I ; 5 d^^ i 6 a— 8 ; 5 d — 10 j 5 a— 11/5 
< — 13 > 5 d—21 j 5 /— 22 ; 5 d^2Z j 5 6—15 

fS0 

— Proposed International Customs Committee, 
dl>5d 

Railway Through the Valley of the Tigris, 



4J6e 

-* — Protocol of the Meeting of the Russian and 
Turkish lienipotcntinries, I8y 5 u 

Proa.u iHl Town f»f. 24 / 3/ 

P'lnliJiiC of Caiini.'t. 4 ; o e 



^ < 



Tnzkey (continued). 

Railway Survej's in, 12 /'&a 

Reforms, 26 m 5 6 

m Asia Minor, 21/ 5 ^ 

Official Conespondence, 2> 6 a 

Refugees iir, 14 / 8 a 

Resignation of the Grand Viaar, Denied 

31 m 5d 
Resmnption of Specie Payment! ResdlTed 

on, 27 m 5 c 

and Roumania, 26 m 7 c 

andRussia,10j5a-]3;5d~lBj6a-2» 

j 5 e— 27 j 6 •-29 / u c--mj 5 d— 1 fB e-l» 

Salvet Pasha Invested wkh the Order of 

•« the SUr of India." 17 / 5 e 
Signing of the Defintt* Treaty, 10/5 e-i» 

/6 6— 12/6 tt— 25/10 6 

State of, 1/5 d 

Suleiman Pasha Degraded and Exiled for 



Life, 6 / 6 a 

— the SuUan has his Plat« Melted Down for 
the Use of the Treasury, 28 » 5 d— 29 mU 

— Text of the ConventkMi Relative to thfr 
New Loan, 14/5 o— 20/ 7/ 

of the Definite Treaty with Russia, IS/ 



5o 

— the Tocquevillc Firman, 13 m 5 c— 15 mlc 

&«— 20 Ml 5 d—21 m56 

France Accepts, 17 m 6 6 



— Treatment of M. Schmidt, ai Jamboli, 1^ 
M 5 e 

— Treaty of Peace with. Russia, 4/5 e— 7;^ 
c— 8 7 5 a~0 / 5 «— 11 > 5 «— 13 / 6 d— 15 ; 5rf 

— lOy 5 «— 22 I 5 d— 28 i 5 c— 31 / 6 e-5 A5« 
— 7/5d 

Textof, 13/*5a 



Two Sistera of the SuUan Married, 21 / »/ 

Turkish Debt, Note on, 20/ 7 / 

Embassy, 14 j 9 / 

- — ResourceS|20 ^^8 6 

Turner (J. S.) Medical. Council, 14 m 11 c 

Turners* Company, Freedom of, Conferred oo Sir 

F. Leighton and Mr. Manby, 11 /'6 6 
Xussaud (, Madame) Addition to the Groups on 

View at, 22 ml e 
Tyler (H. W.) American Live Stock Trade, 10/ 

lie 
Tyndull (John) on Quarantine, 4/ 10 /* 

(Professor) on i!<lectric liglit, \Sj 10 < 

Note on, 21/7/ 



on Sound, 17 f 10 A- 31 mils 



Typhus Fever in Swine, 5 /" 4 b— 3^m 6 s— W» 

10/^-17 III 6/ 
in Thessaly, 7f5 s-14/6/ 

U. 

Ulster Home Government Association, Meetiogr 

13/11« 

UN OLAIHED DIVIDEHDS :— 

Adams, E. C, 8 m I 6 

Aikman, S. R., 6/16 

Allford, Itobt., 25 m 1 6 

Aiiscomb, J. £., 11 m 1 6 

Barrington, B. £. £.,25 ml 6. 

Beiibow, J. H., 24/ 1 b 

Bergcr, Geo., 29 m 1 6' 



i 



Vxt. 31, 1879.] PALHKH*8 INDEX TO " IBB TIMES " NEWSPAfUR. 



Vw 



Unclaimed Diyidends (roii/tnife</). 

ikwwelL Eliz., 27 / 1 6 

BourdUloti. Thei.. 7 m 1 6 

Bowen, Chas., 27^ 1 h 

Brouksbank, B. H., 12 m 1 6 

BtiUeii, Charlotte, 25 ; 1 6 

S. Em 8 j I 6 

Bollock. Tho8., 8 /" I 6 

Bush, £. and J. J,, 10 /" L 6 

Carson, Thos., 13/ 1 * 

Charslej, Fred., 19 m 1 6 

Clarke, J. and A., lo ; 1 6 

Cocke, J. C, 20/ 1 4 

— Corpe, Geo., 8 m 1 6 

I>ee,T.W., 26/16 

lye Jersey, Fred., i ml b 

Dennis, Win., 18 /* 1 6 

Fairman, F. C, 13 m 1 6 

Franklin and Foot, 15/16 

— > Gadsden, Roger, 7 m 1 6 

Gassiot, J. P., 6/ 1 6 

Oladwio, Thos., 27 m 1 6 

— > Graeme, F. J., 4 m 1 6 

Grindle, Hey. H. A. L., 13 /" 1 6 

Gumej, Sydney, 6/16 

Hardy, Thos. and J. P., 23 m 1 6 

Harrison, J. S., 25 m 1 b 

Hawes, Wm., 6/16 

HejTwood, B. A., 28 « I 6 

Nathaniel, 28 m 1 6 

HUl, £. J., 25 m 1 6 

Hughes, Thos., 21 m 1 6 

Jones, £. and H., 20/1 6 

King, J. J., 21/1 6 

Kingston, S. K., 31 i 1 6 

^— Labouchere, John, 6 fi b 

Lahee, James, 20/ 1 6 

Lawton, J. S., 15/ 1 6 

Lowther, G. W., 15 m 1 6 

Luznioore, J. C, 10 m 1 6 

— Lyne, Chas., 10 m 1 6 

Martin, C. W., 17 1 1 6 

-*-> Mathews, Jeremiah, 24/ 1 6 

M'Dowell, J. D., 22/ 1 6 

Micklem, Eliza, 14 / I 6 

Morris, F. P., 24/1 6 

— ^ Keare, H. L., 1 m 1 6 
Norman, W. G., 8/ 1 6 

Noyes, J. G. F. and A. T., 7 m 1 6 

Ommanney, E. L., 15y 1 6 

Palmer, A. JEL, 22 m 1 6 

G. andF., 17^16 

**— Pinchin, John, 8/15 

Bam, Key. A. J., 8/16 

Read, Charlotte, 4/ 1 6 

Sogers, W. G. and Geo., 13 m 1 5 

Seaton, Fred., 15> 1 6 

Skinrow, C. F., 7 m 1 5 

Spiers, Sarah, 6/1 6 

Spong, H. S., 18 /• I 6 

Sunhope, W. T. W. S., 25 m 1 b 

Stedman, C. H., 4j 1 6 

Teesdale, J. M., 19 m 1 6 

Teulon, Seymour, 10 m 1 6 

-~^> Thompson, John, 8 m 1 6 
— — Timms, Ann, i m lb 
-— XroUope. Arlhur. 17)16 



Unclaimed Dividends (continutdj, 

Tuck, Sarah, 13 / 1 6 

Vyner, F. G.. 22/1 6 

Westall, H. M., 22/ 1 6 

Woolly, B. C, 10/ 1 6 

Young, Si^phia, 24 w 1 b 

Unclaimed Lottery Tickets, 6/ 11 c 

Soldiers* Balances, 12 m 13 s 

Union Marine Insurance Company, 8 ^* 7 /— 24 

i7« 
United Cotton Association at Liverpool, Annual 

Meeting. 10; 7y 

Discount Corporation, 22 j 7 a — 24 ^ 7 d 

Kingdom Alliance, Meeting, 13 m 8 c 

Law Clerks* Society, Anniversary Dinner, 

14/4^—12 IB 5/ 
Students* Society, Annual Meeting, 23 / 

lie 
States Rolling Stock Company, 5/7 /*— 28 

/lie 
Universal Marine Insurance Company, 10 j 7 a 

— 24>7e 
University Extension, 22 / 10 /*— 25 / 10 e— 27 / 

5e 

College Hospital, Annual Festival, 14 m 5 s 

of Wales, 22 iw 7/ 

Education for the Middle Classes, 13 m 11 c 

-— — Examinations. Note on, 25 /* 1 1 e 

Honours and Girton College, II m 10 d 

Uruguay, Extradition Treaty with Brazil, 27 j 6 6 
Foreign Coin Prohibited to be Circulated 

in, 24/6 6 
Miscellaneous News, 3/6 e— 19 m 7 c— 22 

m 7 e 

V. 
Vacant Living in Cornwall, 22 ai 5 a 
Val de Travers Asphalte Paving Company, 19 m 

12 c 
Value of Land in Chelsea, 21 m 10 c 

at WUIesden, 17 m 7 rf 

of Property in Fleet Street, 1 n* 10 6 

Valuation of Property Bill, 4 m 10 6 
Vambery (A.) on the Afghan War. 27> 11/ 
Vandalism in Rome, 24 ; 5 c 
Varley (S. A.) on Professor Tyndall on the Elec- 
tric Light, 21 i 7/ 
Vaughan (Dr.) and the Deanery of Llaudalf, 22 

m liy^24 m 10 6—27 m 9 f 
Vegetarianism* Notes on, 7 i 9 /~23 J 4/— 24 j 

5e— 4 A3c/— 6 /lie 
Velocity of Electric Signalling, 8 /* 11 /* 

Very Loud Sounds, 10 m 4 c 

Venezuela, Gold in, 2 j 11 b— 4/ 11 6 

Miscellaneous News, 15 m 7 e — 24 m 6 c 

Revolution in, 24 j 5 </— 15 / 5 e- 24 /* 6 b 

Ventilation in the Law Courts, 1 m 1 1 e— 7 w 7 d 
Ventnor Consumptive Hospital, Annual Meeting, 

19/lOe 
Verney (Harry) Barracks in India, 31 m 6 e 
Victoria Cross, Note on, 22 /* 10 /* 

Bestowments, 19 w 7/ 

Institute, Meeting, 8 ; i2 o 

Victoria — Mr. Berry, &c. Leaves for England, fcr 

Advice, &c., 14/ 8' a 

Bushrangers in, 6 / 6 </— 14 f 3 6 — 7 m 5 ^ 

Constitutional. Difficulty in, 27 /U / 

Cricket in. 7 / 5 / 



Vic 



nt 



PAI.MKRS INDKX To ** TUB TiMrS NKWJfPArF.U. 



[Jan. 1 io 



Victoria, Depressed Stftte of, 14 / 3 « 

Farewell SiiCv-ch uf Governor Sir G. Bowen, 

■ MIsccIIh nc'ous New », 7 / 5 / 

Police at Fault in the Caj?e of Martin \Vi- 

berg. 14 /'3 6 

FolitifHl Crisis in, 17. /■»/—<' «' 8 a 

Salmon Ova in, 7 m 6 e 

Vinhow (•DrO Lee! tire on the Plague, 21 / 5 r 
Vivian ( W. G.) Steam on Tramways, 21 nl 10 / 
VOLUNT£BES :— 

Ambulance Work for, 9 ; 5 e 

Annual Returns, 2(>y « d 

(Mielc;ea, IVescntation of rnzon. 4/ 6 c 

Distinctive Badges for. \3/\0 e. 

Easter Monday Keview, 1 1 / 10 /— 12 m 10 e 

Field Day, 7 f 10 rf— 16/ 10 g— I m oj 

— ^ Inns of Court, 14 m 11 a 
2(;tli Kent, 11/10/ 

London ScottiVh, 27 / 10 f^— 3 w 6 c 

' 2nd London, 14 /« 11 n 

20ih Middlepex, 23 / u—2Sj 5 f 

2Sth Middlesex, 2H ; 5/ 

38th Middlesex, 10/10/ 

' Musketry Practice, ;« 7 f 

]Sotes alx)ut, 1 / 10 e— 8 ; 10 f—9j 10 d— 

— H ; 8//— 14/ lOc— 17/lOd 
' Proposal to Arm with the Martini Ilciiri 

Kifles, 9.; 5 e 

— Queen's Westminster, 10 m 0/ 
Keporton, 2J 10/> 

— Keturn of, 7^ 10 </ 

Vote of Cn«dit for £t>.000,000, Ketum of Outlay, 

22 w 7 e 

W. 
W«KOs, Notices of Keduction. 8/11 6—20 J Sb 

—24 / 7r— 29/ 7 r— 5/9 /— 8 fo rf— 1 1 m 126 

Meeting Acceding to, at York, 7/ 6/ 

Meetings on, 8 / 7/— 16 / 10/ 

Note about, « ; ft/ 

Keduction of. Accepted at Sheffield, ij9f 

Vnke((.S.) Primitive Human Fiinnlv,2(; /11a 
Waleott (M. K. C.)( hureh Music, if* / (> / 
^^'al;ord (Cornelius) Fitmines of the World, 19 / 

. Insurance aeninst niindness, 11 w* 10^ 

W«]kiT (C. C.) on the Pri-on's Act. 31 j 12 c 

Wullncc (Dr. W.) on Gas lliumination. SI / 10 f 

Waller (H« race) on Tele^'rapliic Communication 
with South Africa. 13/10/ 

Walter (— ) at the HerkKhire Chamber of Agri- 
culture, 10 J 11 b 

WpTf} '. T)r.) on the Cattle Discajfc in America, 3 
/ 11 b 

• (,K. M.) Health of, in / 9/ 

(M. K.; Electric and Gas Light Cost of, 25 

mlOf 

(W. G.) on Vegetarianism, 7^ 9/— 23/4/ 

—4/* 3d 

Ware ^W. W.) on the Church Hymnal. 13/11/ 

M arwickhhire, Tenant Farmers m, 1 1 w 4/ 

Wtirapite Training Ship, 22 / 9 /' 

Water Companies Slate of Shares in Companies, 
see every day^s paper 

Boston Comimny, 3/11/ 

— City of St. Pelergbttig New Company. 27 

■ 

I r 



i Water. City of Norwich Company, 31 j 7 « 

j at Dunfermline, Damage to, 8 im 11/ 

of Last Ix>ndon, 20 j U e— 7 / — 10/7 « 

— 7 m 8 c— 27 m7e 

IClectmb sis of, 22 / 4 6 

of LiverjKKil, 20J 6d 

South Hants. \ fV/a 

Supply. Note on. 7 j A d 

of the Metropolis, 25/ 10 e— 28y 5 e-*^ 

M 12b 
Thirlmcre 8cht-nre, 26 /'12 c— 2« m 7 4 

Works of Margate, 26/" 10/ 

Hates. Increased. 21 w 6/ 

Watherston <,li:dw. J.) on the Increas«d Wstet 

Hate, 21 fSf 
Watkin (Sir E. W.) on the South Eastern Hsil- 

way, 18 ; 10 a 
\Vatkins (Stephen) on English and Amertcsa 

Locks 20> i; /• 
W^atson ( Lt. Col.) on Jsandula and Lord Ch*lm*- 

ford. 12 m 12 /• 
Weather, Daily Heport o', see ei-ery dn^'s p«p^ 
Meteorological Chart, see ecvry 'Ihsrawr^'i 

paper 

at Tan Hemo. 2/36 

Temperature in January, \ fWb 



Wedgwood (Godfrey) British Goods, 2> 10/ 

(Dr. J. J.) Progrees of Dentistry. 23/ 7 / 

Weijihts and Measures Act, Notes about, 6 J 4/ 
— 12/11 /• 

Order in Ccmncil about, 8 / 10 « 

W'ellington ( ollege, Klectioup, VI ml f 

Mretingof Governors, fi wi 9 /" 

Welsh Methodists, Kew ( hapel in Fann Strwt, 

20 / « c 
Werdermann (R.)on Electric Lighting, 18/ H»« 
West Coast of Africa— Whydah Blockaded, 13 

hib e 
of England Compressed Peat Company, I / 

Id 

Herts Agricultural Society. Lord Salisbury 

Accey»ts the Presidency, 6y 6 r 

India and Pacific Steamship Company, 1* 

fie 

Prussian Mining Company, 2 / 7 cf 

WesT-Gute-on-^ea, Electric Lighting in, SO/ 4 /* 
Westlnke (Alice; New Hospital for Women, lU 

/ 6d 
Westminster Ahlu^y, Appomtments, I w^e 
and America, 24 / S <i 

Hpeeial ^>ervice8, 1 ; 9 fS ) W d 



— Cltjck and Its Stoppage from the Suov. :;4 
f 10 h—2iyj 10 #/— 4 m 8 c— 6 w 7 s 

— HotpitHl. ( hristmas Entertainment at, 7 / 6 f 
and iti Peak Flooring. 8 / M /* 



— In(^uJ»trial Exhibit»)n, Met^tillg to Art»nge 
for, l./6r— 4/ 9/ 

ixjrd Beacun.<ttleld to be Vice-Pwridetit, 

1 m 9<! 

— Methodist Thanksgiving Fund» 17>6e 

— . School, Examinations, 13/5 /— 26 / 10 d 

Note about, 21 m 18a 

— Teachers' Astsoclation, 24*w'll d 



Working Men'^* Consftntlowrt AsfOriattorr, 

Banquet to the Members A>r W«stttiinst&r, Itf 

V.»/ 
Wextphalia, New Protestant S^st in. I^ai5« 



M;ir. in, 1^70.] PALMKlfs INDKX 



C( 



t» 



TO " TIIK TIMtS NKWSPArER. 



Wu 



WernKiiith, Sanilary State of, 14 i» l\ d 

Wheat Crup of l^7.^ U / (> 6— li<> G e 

New Crop. \7 m 7 b 

Whewfll (Dr.) Port rait of, Presented to his Old 
SchnoL at Hevershiin, 1/H./" 

Wheihatn (Mias.) on the l>in«8 CoUierj Acci- 
dent, 8 /'8 rr 

White (Hev. T. A. S.) Word for the Words, 3^9 / 

(C. and H.)on Hydrants. 18 m 11/ 

(Major Gen.^ on Lord Clielrnsford, 8 ?» 12 

^^W. H.) I-«ctnre8 at ihe Royal Naval Col- 

lof^e on Steering Shipx. \C,j 6 n— 13/ 1 1 d 
Whitechapel Hay and Straw Market, 24* m \i a 
WIiitmee(Uev. S. J.J on the Inter-Uccanic lUces, 

10/10./ 
Willows and Oriihans of Soldiers, Note on, 23 m 

iOd 
Winiama <Capt. S. W.) liebecca Riots in Wales, 

(Professor Monter; on Indian Home Life, 

11 f'iOd 

(M.) Canter Lectures. 21 ; 10 e— 28 j C, f 

^— (R. Price) Economy of of Hallway V^'orking, 

18i 11 e 
(Watkin) on ComiH»titive Candidates for 

Parliament, 14/7 t—HiJ (i f* 

on the Vote of Credit. 3 /' 10 rf 

WILLS AKD BEQUESTS :— 
' Adams, Miss H. 11., 3 / 9 a 

Rcr. Wm.. 7 fS c 

Alford, Mrs. F. O.. 3 / 9 a 

- — Anderson. Mrs. j^ucy, 14/5/ 

Ashwell, Wni.. 20 w ii f ' 

Banister. F. H.. 28 / 10 « 

~-- Barber, John, 17 / 8 a 

Bathe, W. P., 20 m (5 / 

Batt, W. F., 7/8t' 

Beechinf?, Stephen. 24 ; o / 

Boards. Edw., 17 ; 8 u 

— ^ Booth, Miss Mary Ann, 24; 6/ 

Thos. C. 31 /<>/ 

Borradaile, Miss H., 21 /•7 « 

Bradley, Miss P. S., 14 wi 1 1 / 

— — Brown, Mrs. Hannah, 7 w 8 a 

John Wyld. \i fof 

Barton. J. U., 10 / 8 A 

Byron, Rev. John, 7y 8 c 

Caldwell. Mis^ C. L., 2Aj 5/ 

Cammell, Chas., 7 m 8 a 

Cockerell, F. Pepys, \0j Sb 

ColcRrave. J. M.. 28/10 s 

• Coveney, John, 21 /7 e 

Creswick, Mrs. Mary Ann, 8 m 13 e 

Cr«»wley, A. Curtis, 31 / 6 /^ 

Cullen, Cardinal, 20 7 (J c 

Darby, Abraham, 21 f7e 

' Dawson. John, 14 wi 11/ 

Doxat. Miss J. H.. 17 1 8 a 

— — Ihiff. James. 8 w 13 c 

• Kast, Sir J. B.. 7/8 c 

FJgee. Edward, 3y 9 a 

Essirpton: W. E., 14 w 11/ 

Gardner, Henrv, 20 /' 1 1/ 

Gatfi. Carlo, 10; 8 ft 

Gindict. Mrs. A. E., 20 m 6 /" 

OnW«mid. J. H.. 3 / 9 a 

— Uuru Lanston, Lady, 28 w 8/ 



Wil'B and EeqnestB {rimtinuer/). 
UouldiiiK. Robert. 31 / ajT 

Graham. John, 14 /« 11 / 

Grant, Sir Francis, 10/8 A 

Griffiths, Nebi*nii4ih. 10; 8 6 

— " Grote, Mrs. Harriet, 31 j 6/ 
Gyles, U. J.. iO mi\f 

Harmar, William. 8 m 13 e 

Hawkins. Mrs. E. J., 14 / 5 /* 

Hay, Lady Jane, 28 «i 8 /' 

Ilayter, Sir W. G.. 14 mi 11/ 

llfath, Baron. 7 m 8 a 

Henderson, John, 17/8 a 

Hu(>|KT. George, 1078 6 

Hoyle. Duncan, 8 m 13 

J(»hnson, John. 21 /'7e 

Jollands, W. Dixon, 10 / 8 6 

Jones. Jas, Thos., 2\ j o f 

Juer, Henry. 28/10« 

Lauderdale. Earl of. 7 ''8 c 

Laurt-nie, Joseph, 14 / 5 /' 

Lewesi. Geo. Henrv. 3 / 9 a 

Martin, Francis (iflley, 14 /'of 

Miles. J. W.. 11/4 6 

Milonr. .Mrs. S. GcH)rgiann, 21 /7 « 

Montfurt. Lndv, 2.s / 10 « 

Mothcrsill. F. T., 7 / 8 n 

NortlK>k. Karl of, 20 m 0/ 

Osborne, John. 8 m l:j e 

I'etk. .laims 20 m Ct / 

rihlji.-*. SauiiK'l. 3 ; *j a 

Rice. Eilw. Uoyds. 24/ 5 /■ 

Rowley. GeoFije I)aws<»n, 24 / />/ 

Geo. W.. 28 f U)€ 

Ru3«hworth, Edm.. 28/ 10 e 

Shaw, Mrs. May, 8 m 13 e 

Smith. Jas., 20 nt ii / 

Tliackery. Miss, 20 w / 

Thomas. Wm. Janips. 14 w 11 / 

Tymms, W. R., 10; 8/; 

Van de Weyer, Madame E. A. S., 20 mi Of 

Walker. Henry (5 reaves, 31 ; /' 

Whieheote, Kev. Francis. 7 /'8 r 

Whyie-Melville. (ieo. John,' 24 / 5 f 

Wijxan, Alfr. d Sidney. 2t / 5 f 

Wiltshire, (ieo. Chas., 28 /' 10 < 

Wiifihrson, Rev. A. B., 21/7 e 

Wilson (li«l.) on the Cape Mounted Polie.c, 21 / 

10 

( Henry) on Free Trade. 2^ 1 1 A 

Wimlsor Caslle, State Apartments Closed, 5 /* 8 

6—10/9/ 

Open. 26 m 7 e 



— St. (Jeorge's Chapel, Open to the Public, 17 
M (1/ 

— and Eaton Albert Institute, 17 m 6y'— 31 m 
10 r 

Park and the Old Elms, \0 flOe 



Wine Duties Abroad. 4 / 4/ 

Deputation to Government about, 18 m 



H./* 



Notes about. B f6 d—2e m7 d 



English Import Duties on, 28 m 3 a 

Port, Our Correspondent 011, 15 m 4 </ 

Winter in America, 23 ; 4 /' 

Winters Pa*«t and Present, 8/11 r— 10 / 11 </— 

Al / 7 c— 15 j 10 U—iaj 11 6 



vnt 



palmer's index to ** THE TTMC8 ** NfTWSPArEF. 



[Jan. 



Witch Burning in Russia, 18 m 8 h 
Wittniach (Herr) New list; or fPapaw, 24,; 8 c 
Witt (Kev. Otto) on the Zulusand their CouDtry, 
13m II e 

— (Tanslcy) on the Chesterfield Bank Failure, 
20/ 10 c/ 

Wodchouse (Major Gen.) on the Widows and 

Orphans of Soldiers, 28 m 10 d 
WoWes in Eastern France, 10 j 4 a 
Women Householders' Suffrage, ISjB/ 
Educational Union, Lectures at, 13/6 e 

— Industry, Conference on at St. Faura 
Chapter House, 17 m 6 c 

•— Protective and Provident League^ Mrs. 

Paterson's Paper on, 17 m 6 e 

Rights, Note about, U tn 12 h 

Wood rJ. T.) Famaicosta, 31 n 11 /* 
Woodbury (W. B.) on the Zulu War, 18 /" 10 c 
Woodford Convalescent Home, Appeal for, lSj9f 
Woodman and TuUoch, on Bankruptcy Amend* 

ment, 13 f 12 c 
Woods and Forests, Accounts, 26/10 f 
Woodward ^James) Whalley iiange Aturder, 28 

fSd 

(W.) on Hebrew Litevature, 8^ 11/ 

Worcester Chamber of Commerce, Meeting on 

Reciprocity and Free Tnde, 28/ 4 / 
Workhouse Administration, 31 mi/ 
' of St. Pancras, 3/9 b 

Mismanagement at Newton, 6 / 4y 

Working Classes, Earnings of, 6776 

^— Men in Parliament, Association in Chelsea 

to Promote, 13/ 6 r— 16i 10 b 
Men's Club and Institute Union, Dean 

Stanley Entertains the Members in the Deanery, 

21}6d 
■ Betterton Street, Opening of, 4 m 4 a 

Clubs, 9 i 10/ 

College, Lectures at, 7/6 *— 20/12 6— 



6 m 10 6 



Winter Conversazione, lOy 6 e 



Worms (Hnnry de) Jews in Ronmanla, 28 1 10 / 
Wray (Lt. Gen.) on the Zulu War, 20 / 10 d-^lO 

m 10 / 
W££OKS:— 

of the A/rtrn, off Tripoli, 18 ; 10 e 

— of the Ann Margaret, 28 ; 6 d 

of the Bessie (ireufeU, off SaflB. 18 /8 a 

— of the General Caui fields Offlciallnquiry into, 
7/10/- 

-^ — of the G roster Kurfurst^ Offlciallnquiry, 11 
i 5/-1 3 i 6 /*— 1 3 ; 6 6—20 7 6 b— 22 ; 6 e— 26 
;9e— 3/6/— 4/6*^ 
«— of the Harlequin. 18 j 10 

of the Julia, at Sea, 10 j 1 1 </ 

of the Leopoldine B'luer, 16 ; 10 c 

of the Linguist, 14 j 10 </— 15 ; iO c^l4 / 

« of the Luigi Olivari, at Nethertown, 14^ 10 rf 

— — of the Atoyard, the Only Two Survivcrs 

Landed at Ferrol, 14 j 6/ 
— - of the MemphCs, on Animas Rocks, 27 fid 

— of the Minervt, at Scilly Roads, 1 j 10 c 
— — of the Oheron, in Cork Harbour, 22 j 6 /* 

of the Pocahonies^ 18 ; 10 « 

^ — of the Prinetss Roynl, Official Inquiry, 17 / 
} d 



Wrecki (continued), 

of the l\tm>Mrania, Grant from the Gcrmti 

Government to the Glencarry, 1% j9f 

Notes about«29> a 6— al ; 6/ 

Official Inquiry iuto, 25 j 10 /*— 1 /12 * 

—11/ 11 a 

of the Rosnire, 27 f7 d 

of the Titanea, Official Inquiry, 28/5/ 

of the Turkish Empire^ W tn b d 

of the Vattiatm, off the Coast of Africt, 

Official Inquiry mto, 11 m 10/ 
of the Wiidriufton, in the Baltic, Ofikaal 

Inquirr, 21 ; 6 </ 

of the Wyrliffn, on the Loire, 18/8 a 

of the Ysutf^ixa, 25 m 6d 

see also Ship Nswi 

WRECK REGISTRY COURT:— 

the ALer/otfle And Kewadin^ 17 ai 4 s 

the a S, Butler, 16 7 4 e 

the Charles W. Anderson, 26 ; 4/ 

the tdintttrgh— the Secern, 27 mid 

the Fleet wing, \Sjid 

the Ihis, ISjid 

the J, E. Woodwarth, Destroyed by Fire, 2S 

l7rf 
the James H, Meyrick, Official Inqoiry, 

Judgment, 1/6 a 

the John and Emma and the Heioett, 22 m 6 < 

the Kate KeUock, 13 jid 

the King Arthur, Official Inquiry ^odg* 

nient, 1/6 a 

the Mesopotamia, 7 f^J^Sj 4 c 

the Northom, 7 in 4/ 

the SchiehitUion, S/id 

the Urbino, 28/4 « 

Wrottesley (Col.) on How Trades are Lost, IS j 

Ae 
Wye, River, Case on the Pollution of, 18 ; 10 c 
Wyndham (Percy) bt. Mary-at-Hill Church, 4 

IN 10 c 

Y. 
Yates (Thompson) Relief in Labour Yards, 80 i 

6(/ 
Year's Anti- Ritual Campaign, 14 > 8 a 
York Canonry, Official Corresponc^noe about ths 

Appointment, 22 ; 8 a 
Notes about, 24 ; 8 6—26 j 8 c— 29 ; 8 o^ 

30/8 6 

New Appointments, 17y 9 / 

Youl (J. A.) on Trout Ova for Victoria, 1 /"e b 
Young (E. D.) Proposed Telegraph through 

Central Africa, 19 / 12 a 
Younijhu^band (Major Gen.) Steel for War Pur< 

poses, 14 m 8 c 

Z. 
Zoological Society, Monthly Meetings, 17 j 11 / 

— 7/6 «— 21/12 d— 24 mi J 
ZULU WAR:— 

Action at Myezane, 6 m 6/ 

Arming the Zulus, 14/11 d 

Army Returns, 2 j 5 « 

System of Forming and Organising. 27 

/6/ 

Arrangement of Ships, Ac, 21 y 10 / 

Award of the Zulu Boundary Commission, 

6i6A 
Basuto Chief in open Rebellion, 24 m 10 6 



)Ur. 8l> 1870.] I^aLsUeb^s imdkx to ^ ths tikes ^' nswspapebv 



2nl 



2ttla War (eofl/tnuee/). 

— — Blue Book on, 14/ 11 a— 3 m 10 c— 10 m 10 

a— 28 mSd 
— ^ Camp at Ekowe, 1 m 9/— -81 m 10 b 

Cavalry for, 14 /* 1 1 c/— 19 / 10 rf 

Cetywayo and Chaka, 19 / 10 d 

Chelmsford ^Lord) Notes about, 11 m 10 c 

—12 m 12e&/* 

Colonists' Account of the War, 7 mlOhScc 

— — Commanders Leaving England for, 2S f6/ 
Compensations demanded from the Nations, 

nj5f 
Conversation of the High Commissioner and 

M. Joubert, 7 m 10 a 
Cros«ing the Buffolo River at Borke's Drift, 

22/10 a 
Defeat of the British at Rorke's Drift and 

Deatmction of the 24th Regiment, II f 5/— 

12/9/-— 21 /"Sf— 27/6/— 27/lOa— 6»7a 
: Court of Inquiry at Helpmakaar on the 

Disaater, 17 m 10 a 

Donations Towards the Families of the 



Slaughtered, 28 m 10 6*-29 m 12 e 

List of Officers and Men Killed and 

Wounded, 11/6/--12 / 9/— 21/ 9 /—I m 9 
/•— 17w 10 rf 

Notes about, 27 J 10 d-^A m 10 a — 8 m 



12/'— 10 m 10c&€~llm 10 c/— 14 m II 3-24 
m 10 A— 27 m 11 a 

Parliamentary Inquiry into, 13 m 10 e 

Poem on the Battle, 29 m 11 6 

Sensation in Knglandon the News, 12/9/ 



Defeau of the Zulus, 11/10 ^ 
— at Ekowe, 10 m 10 a 
by Col. Wood, 21 /9 « 



— Defence of Rorke^s Drifts, Note on, 7 m 10 c 

— Departure of ihe 91 st Kej^imont to. 20/10 U 

— ]>espatches from Lord C'lielmsford, 22/10 
h—S m 10 a— 6 m 6 f— 22 m 4 d—22 m 12 c— 
29mlO r 

from the Cblonial Secretary to Sir H. B. 



K. Frere, 22 m 4/ 

— Destruction of the Military Kraal Mayulis- 
me, 21 m 10 b 

— Distribution of Troops in the Field, 21 /'lO e 

— Duke of Cambridge Superintends the 
Embarcation of Troops for, 18/10 a— 19/10 a 

— Dunn (John) Account of Cetywayo froUi 
the King's point of View, 24 m 10 a 

— Embarking of Troops from Natal, 22/ 10 d 
forthe War, 26/10 d 



— English Declaration of War, 22/ 10 a 
-— Extracts from an Officer's Journal, 18 m 10 e 

— Fire Balls for Zulu Night AtUcks, 21 m 10 « 

— Five Europeans and Five Natives Poisoned 
by Order of the Chief Lo Bengula, 11 f 5 / 

— Frere (Sir Bartle) Official Account of the 
Eventa Leading if) the Present Crisis, 12 / 10 
o— 17/11 if-lOm 10 a 

Note about, 13/ 10 c 

Note on his Conduct, 25 m6 d 

Despatches, 26 m 5 a 



— Gatlings for, 17 m 11 r 

— Imperial Vote for, 27/ 9 f 

— Instruction for the Management of Nativt^S) 
12 m 4/ 

^ Landing at Port NaUl, 20 / 10 e 



Zulu War (continued), 

Manner of the Zulus Fighting, 7 m 10 a 

Map of Zululand, 12/ 10 c & <f— 7 m 9 / 

— ^ Moffat (Robert) on Zululand, 21 at 10 s 

News, no J 6 /— 30y 10 c— 8 / 10 6—7/6 e 

From Cape Town, 16 m 12 c— 21 m 10 b 

from Helpmakaar Camp, 21/ 10 a 

from Filtermaretzburg, 21 m 10 a— 22 m 

12 c— 28 m 10 6 

Rorke's rDift Camp, 21 / 10 6—6 m 6 a 



— Night Attacks of the Zulu, 21 m 10 e 

— Notes on, 30 j 10 r— 31 j 10 c— 11 /" 11 a— 
14/11 d— 16 / 10 6 & c— 17 /lO c— 17/U c 
—18/10 6—20 / 10 cf— 21 f6 e— 21 f 12 6— 
25 /ll/— 7 m 3/— 10 m 10/— 11 m 10 d— 13 
til 11 S— 27 m 11 a— 29 m 12 e 

— Official Despatch from Lord Chelmsford, 
12/ 10 c 

-i- Officers Ordered to the Seat of War, 17/10 
a— 28 / 10 a 

— Order of Battle, i f6b 

— Orders of Lord Chelmsford, 12 -n 4 e 
to Resume the War, 20 j 6 c— 21 j 4/ 

— Col. Pearson at Tyche, 22 m 12 a 

— and Portugal, 24y 6 a 

— Preparations, 2766—11^' 6/— 7/6 aSt e 

— Prince Imperial Leaves for, 2G/9f 

Embarks at Southampton, 2b/ 10 a 

■— Press Notices, 15 m 12 6 — 24 m 10 n 

— Promotions Awarded to the Officers of 
Rorke's Drift, 28 w 10 c 

— Proposal to Aid by Coasting Vessels, 7j 8 6 

— Return of Troops, 7 »i 10 a 

— Revolvers for, 25 fll /— 7 m 8 6 

— Shipment of Arms for the Zulus, 15 m 12 cf 
— 17 »w 6 e 

— Ships for the Cape, 13/10 6 

— Mr. Stanford's New Map of, 3 m 6 6 

— Commodore Sullivan's Despatches, 12 m 12 c 

— Supplies from England, 13 / 10 6—14 / 11 
c— 17y 10 a— 19/"10a— 24y 10 a 

— Telegrams, 24/10 a— 1 m 9/ 
Troops for, from England, 6/5 «— 1^ f9f 



—14 r 11 6—15/ 10 a— 20/10 6—24/10 a 
—27/10 6— a m 10 d— 10 m 10 c— 12 m 12 <f— 
24 m 11 6 

Strength of the Relief Force, 16/10 h 

at thd Ndhlazakazi Mountain, 6 m 6 a 

Twenty-fourth Regiment at Jhelum, 13/ 



lOa&c 

at Rorke's Drift, 12/9/— 13/10 a 

Notes on, see Naval 

Colours Found with the Bodies of Lts. 



MelvUle and Coghill, 1 m 9 / 
— Ultimatum ^nt to Cetywayo, 6 ; 6 6 — llj 
6 e — 11 j 6 e — 15 ; 5 e 

Photo of the Chief, 24/10 6 

Reply Agnteing only in Part, 20 j S c — 



25> 6 /• 

— Volunteers for, 25 / 1 1 /— 27 / 10 s— 28y 8 d 

— WarNews. 3/6 6&C— 11 / 10 6— 21/5 rf 
—21 /■9e— 22/lOa— 17 w 10 a— 31 m 11 a 

— Wood's Column, News from, 22 m 12 a— 81 
m 10« 

— Zulu Deserter's Account of the Battle at 
IsandUna, 22 m 12 d 

— Zulus at Rorke's Drift, 27/6/— 22 m 12 6 



INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES KEWSPAPEE, 



1879. 



SPRING QUARTER— April 1 to June 30, 



'^ The only true history of a country is to be found in its newspapers.'* 

Lord Macaulat. 



x.o25rr)OdKr. 

SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, TV.C. 

1879. 



PALMER'S 
INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



SPRING QUARTER— APRIL 1 TO JUNE 80. 



ftlfSUSCl. — Tkt nmu NewBpftper bATlng a MtMinte pa^infttlon to Mteli B«mb«r,the following method liftdoptod 
to lolt It to ftny &]•: thns 8 i 11 « m&aiOB /mne 8tn« pogo 11, eolnnm <*, the italic lettor after the flrat figure 
Botiag the mcmth, and the italio letter (aooording to ftlphaWt) after the eeoond figure noting the coIniBn of 



Aboi^net Protection Hodetj, Aniiiul Meeting, 

HmSd 
• — tod Fiji, 18/ 8 a 

About (Edm.) on his YUit to England, 17 / 18 e 
AOOmBNTS:-. 

Alpine Diseetert, 14 a 9 e 

>- — Doc d' Anmale, Thrown from hit Hone, at 

Cette,20i5a 
— — Mr. Baseon'i Son, Falling from a Ladder 

en Chriet^t Chnrcfa Tower, li m 7 < 
——a Bicjrdiet, hit Machine Brenkinf and 

XiMing the Bider, at Swindon, 4 .; 9 / 
— Biihop, a Boy Acrobat, at a Concert Hall, 

Biraiingham, 9 a 1 1 6 
Boat Capaised on the Aron, Five Men 

Drowned. 81 m 9/ 
at HammernBith, Mr. Oilmonr Drowned, 

10> 8 e 

■ at Largs, Two Tonths Drowned. 9 ; 8 y 

■ in the Mmai Straits, One Person Drowned, 

I0> 8 e 
'- near Stonrport, Yonng Mr. Baldwin 

Drowned, tO j 6 d 
' on Windermere Lake, One Man Drowned, 

30m 6/ 
Boiler BzplosioB at ike Walsall District 

Iron Company's Works, 16 m 10 c 
Fatal at Kerslej, 17> 7 / 



to the Duke of Bucdeuch and Lord Lothian. 

Harrow Escape from the Lightning which 

Struck the Earth at their Feet, *i6> 6/ 
' at Burslem Sewerage Works, from the 

Snapping of a Beam Killing Four Men, 7 a 

lie 
— * Wm. Burton, Shot bj a Friend when ont 

Sporting. 26 m 12 e 
Caputs, a Game Keeper, at TeUingstene 

from his Onn £zpk>ding, 14/6/ 
^ — Mr. C. J. Cochrane, of Stourbridge, Acci- ' 

dsntalljr Shot by an Air Onn, 26 a 6 « 
Mr. C. 8w CoUler, Drowned at Sandford, 6 

illd 
" — John Constantine, Crushed to Death on the 

Baosooorse at Manchester, tf ; 9 e 
—JWl. Daniejs^ai CUatbwm Dockyard, 26 a 7/ 



Aoddenti (continued), 

at ConTille, near HaTre, 400 Yards Length 

of Cliir Fall into the Sea, 26 a 6 ^ 
Daris and Marriott, Killed bjthe Platform 

on which they were Working Falling Down, 

9j 12 f 
to the Duchess Decases, Slipping on the 

Parement and Fracturing her Ankle, 17/7 6 
John Dick, Killed by a Volunteer when 

Maridng at the Range at Irrine. 28 ; 12 d 
a Driver, Bnmt to Death on his Van which 

Caught Fire at Night, 9 m 8 e 
Adj.-Major Abdullah Effendi, Thrown from 

his Horse in Hyde Park, 26 m 8 < 
Explosion on Board a Torpedo Boat at 

Portsmouth when on Trial. 9 a 11 e 
of an Ammunition-Cap Factory near 

Sehlebusch, Four Men Killed, 28> 7 e 

of Dynamite, at a House at Penance, 17 



a 9s 



at Stratford, in Canada, 9m 6 d 



of a Firework Factory at Angouleme and 

Serenteen Persons Killed, 17 a 6 a 

of Gai in Essex Road, Islington, 2 m 9/ 

at the Gaite, during the Display of the 

Exhibition Picture, 9 m 6 6 

at the Oare Patent Cotton Gunpowder 



Company, 17 m 7 d 

at Sittingboume Gas Works, 7 m 8 if 

of Two Artillery Waggons on the Calle 



Ak»aa,20j6e 

at Woolwich, 9> 8 s— 10 ; 12 J— 16 i 14 6 



M. Faivre, Run Orer by a Cart, 27 ; 6 e 

Fall of an Ayalanche at Goschenan Sweep- 
ing away a Houee, 81 m 7 6 

at ATise, Seren Houses Swept away. 

21y7« 

at Fontana, Tessin, Deetroying a 

C!hurch, Mairie and a Family of Six, Sjbe 
of a House in Arundel Street, Landportp 



4 a 10 c 

^ in the Boulevard St. Jacqne% 



7if 



10 



of Four Houses in Chapel St., Somen 

Town, 17 SI 10 c 

of a Mass of Rock in the Simplon Boad* 



19i7 6 



Ace 



PALIkrBB^S INDEX TO ^' TRC TIXES " lOCWSPAPCB. [ApHl 1 tO 



Accidents (continuetf), 

Fall of ff Wall in High Holborn, Baryiog 

Four Men, 27y 6 « 
Major Fitzpatrick, Found Drowned in the 

Suir, 2iy ll« 
— — Four Men Crushed to Death by a Rock 

Descending on them at Monnetier, 81 m 7 ^ 
the Emperor of Qermany, Failing Down 

and Hurting his Knee, 4 i 6 6 — 5 ; 5 c^dj 5 b 
at Glocester. to Two Men Buned in a Cut- 
ting on the Bristol Road» 9jl2 f 
Lord Hardwicke, Thrown while Leaping a 

Stile at Horton, 9 a 9/ 
M. Herean, Killed by Leaning out of ths 

Top Compartment of a Railway Carriage Los- 
ing his Balance, 27jBe 
Walter HoUoway, Killed by Falling from 

the Cliff at Ventnor, 8 m 6 s 
Sub* Inspector Hyde, Thrown from his Horse 

and Killed, 24 j 5 • 
Rev. Edw. Irons, Drowned at Sonthsea 

while Bathing, 37 m 5 /# 
Italian Workmen, in the Gothard Pass by 

the Fall of an Avalanche, 21 a 7 f 
— — Mt8. Lj'ndhurst, Thrown from her Carriage 

on Surbittm HiU, 20 j 5/ 
Capt. Sir A. Lamb, Thrown from his Horse 

in Windeor Park. 6; 6/ 
Landslip near Sandycone Station, One Man 

Crushed to Death, 10a 4/ 
near Okehampton, Burying the Railway 

Metals, 22 m 6 d 

near Parma, Fifteen Farmhouses Des- 



troyed, 13 m 7/ 
at Laroin, near Pau, a Hill Engulfing, by 

Falling in, a Lot of Farm Buildings Erected 

on it, 6 m 7 if 
Lt. Maitland. who while Smoking Fell from 

an Upper Window at Limerick, 21/6 f 
the Duke de Medina-Celi, Shot by the Acci- 
dental Discharge of his Gun, 15 m 6 e 
Herr Franx Motz, from a Rusty Steel Pea 

Punning int« his Hand, 2 i 5 d 
«-— in Paiifl, from Some Houses Built over the 

CatRCombs driving way, 14 m 7 a 
< at Park Iron Ore Mines, from the Earth 

Falling into one of the Workings and Three 

Miners Killed. 11 i 8// 
— - at the i'olytechnic. from the Gear of the 

Diving Bell BreakiDg and Imprisoning some 

Persons. 26 m 8 A 

Cha9. Pott, Thrown from his Dog Cart in 



iiadley Road. 13 tn 10 </-~14 m 7 s 

— Miss Probyn, Drowned while Bathing at 
Hendaye, 17; 7 « 

— Madaii>e Rolland, who inStoopingto Drink 
from the >^iagara Utver, Fell into it and waji 
Carriwl over tho FalU, 23/ 7 / 

— the Duchess tie ^nngro, iiilled by the Bal- 
cony on which she wa» Standing giving way 
and' Precipitating Iver into the Road, U ;7c 

— at Sheffield, at a ( hildren's Treat from the 
Horses lireaking iioin one of the Waggonetts, 

Mnri^hairs Fr)iindry, a Mould Burst and 



Accidents (continued). 

at Silloth Dock, 8 a 13 € 

— ^ at Southampton Docka, from the Coffeidim 

giving way, i J 6 rf 
Stuf enstem Valley, an Enormous Avalaodie 

Descenda and Destroys every thing in it, 17 

Three Men Drowned in the Leven,90y 11/ 

Bp. Tozer, Dislocating hia Shoulder on 

Landing at Dover, 12^ 7 d 
— ^ at Veas, in Jaen, from a Large Hill FaUiflf 

in and Demolishing Five Houses, 80 a 7 e 
a Waggonette Thrown over a Bridge nssr 

Princetown from the Horses taking Fright sad 

the Occupants Thrown out, 20 m 9/ 
Walker, a Noted Smuggler Dashed to Death 

at Niagara FaUs, 9i 11 « 
David Walker, KiUed br Lightning while 

Teaching in a School at Wilbarfoss, 27 i S s 
Corporal Ward, Thrown from his Horse sad 

KiUed. 28 m 11 b 
John WarweU, KiUed by FalUng from skft 

to the Deck of the Rover, 24 a 11 a 
Sydney Eardley Wiimot, white Showing ths 

Explosive quality of Gun Cotton at Portsmouth, 

10 m 12 6 
a Boy nsmed Wilson, Caught by an Eogios 

at Gile*s Shipyard. Rochester, 7 j 7 e 
Mr. Charles Wise, Caught by a Bevolvxog 

Shaft, at the Liverpool Sailors Home, 17i 9 c 
David Woodger, at Chatham Dockyard, 10 

III 12 6 
a Yacht Sunk by Collision off Hastings and 

four Persons Drowned, 12y 11/ 
— - Zazel the Female Performer at a Circus st 

Portsmouth. 13 m 11 d 
ACCIDEKTS~MI»nfO :— 
— ~ Exploaion at Agrappe Colliery, 240 Men in 

the Pit, \SaBd 
— — P«xplosion of Fire Damp, in the Framerisi 

C/oal Pit, near Mons, 18 a 6 r & <f— 19 ajd^ 

24 a 5s 

in Isha Pit, 21j7 f 

Explosion at Park Coal Company's Pit, 

Dewsbury, 8 <• 7/ 

at Wellington Coal Pit, Tictoria,2l a 7/ 



— at the Meadon Pit, Cwmavon Colliery, 8ix 
Men Killed, 25 j 7 f 

— Notes on the Commission on, 19 a 8 b 
at Wilkesbarro Coal Mine, its Falling is 



Entombs Seven Men, 24 a o « — 26 a 5 d—iS a 

Be 
ACCIDENTS -RAILWAY :— 
Inspector Bellamy, at New St. Statioi 

Birmingham, 17 a 9 s 
Mr. Capors, KiUed at I^ongdon Station, 19 

Mrs. Eliz. Cook, at Moston, I <ii 8 a 

a Platelayer, named Day kin, Killed at Trent 

Station, 17> 1» c 
Chas. Eation, KiUed at the Crewe Station, 

14.; 11/ 

Mrs. Howitt, at Uttozeter, 1 m 8 a 

Annie Mould, at Kings Cross Station, 31 m 



0€ 



Thirteen Tons of Melic.l Metal Eseape<l, 25 
7 /• 



Rev. J. Rodgers, Pushed oft the PUtlQURtl 



Ludjifate llUl Station, 20j B J 



Jane SO, 1879.] palmer's index to "the times" nkwspaper. 



Afg 



Accidents— BftUway (continued). 

JobnSandttrdoa. fouod Killed near Bradford, 

»7;9/ 
- — Joseph Thonip«on. near Aiherstone, 3 a6 a 

— Two Boj», Playing oa the Line near Bowl- 
ing Station, 10 j 7 f 

John Tye, at the Wilron Station, 10 « 6 / 

Amieni to the Mail Train, 24 j \Q e 

Bawtry Station. Official Report on. 3 a 11 r 

thj Btr ai-TtMouch Railway, 17 ml b 

near Dalwhinnie Station. N. B., h a \Z d 

the Dovt-r rfnd Deal Railway, 31 m 9 e 

near Gaitly Sution, 21 j 11/ 

—^ near Ley«miU Station, 24 a 11 h 

near Ridruth Station, 26 / 10 d 

at WelU, llm'de 

West Drayton, 18./ It « 

~ Collision at Blcwnifield Junction, 2jB/ 

at Burnley. 4/6 /" 

at Dunferaillne Station, 19 m 12 « 

• at Dysart, 24 ; 6 « 

at F«rett liiU Station, Official Inquiry, 

7 m 1 1 / 

near I/ondon Bridge, 26/5/ 

■■ near Slough Station. 19 j 9 e 

at Truro Station. 14 / 7 d 

Bailwayt and Caaualtiea on. Board of 



Trade Return of, 12 a 9 6—27 m 7/ 

in the Streets, Official Return of, Urn 12 f 

Note on, 19 m 12 c 



— by Tram Cars, Note on, 9 aBf 

Accrington, Borough of. Petition for a Charter, 

Acheeo, Blockade Raised in, 5 a 7 e — 12 a7 d 

Dut^ih War in. 21 m 6 6-21 f 7/ 

Ackworth, Friends* School at Centenary Cele- 
bration of its Foundation, 30 ; 6 c 
Acland {H, W.) Defence of Sir Bartle Frere, 7 a 

4e 
Adam ( — ) at Cupar, 16 a 6 6 

(B, D.) ou the South Wales Railway, 10 / 

96 

Adamson and Ronaldson, on the Carrying Powers 

of the Hooper, 22 m 7 d 
Adminiittmrive Di^^(Tetion, 10 / 6 / 
ABMIRALTY COURT :— 
• the Aiuiti'M Kntip0, 14 /m 6 « 

the Andrtw /teed, 20 m (i e 

—— the Drtnnus, 18/4/ 

— the Cathtrim^ 13 m 4 c 
the Copij, 2d / 4 « 

the /«nr/«5— the Fratella Scarsefia, 17 m 6 e 

the Heht, 15 ?n 4 « 

— - the Uelveten, 25 a 4 s 
the La Plata, 13 w 4 r 

— the Lood AUilumUy—ihe Istrt'an, 30 mi 4 < — 
31 m 6/ 

the i:«m/sy— the UoUandia, 23^ Gs— 24i 4 d 

the Maria, 8 a 6 rf 

— — the A/.iry— the Sussex — the Vesdewona, 12 j 
Crf— 18/ 4/ 

— the Maty Haunull — the Bessie, 8 a 6 a — 9 « 
4e 

the Mary Stenhouse, 23 m 4 (f 

the iYeera— the Steaui Hopper No. 4, 4 a 4 

•—5 a 6 f—l aid 



Admiralty Court {continued). 

i\tr of the lUalm—lhe Emtst, 2 nte 

the T lit on Ahhty —\\xe .\f>vynrtta, 17 ; 6 d 

— th« IWra— the Annie R>.plfy, 2\ )' 6 d 

the V'eTuotahn — the Marjartt, 27 J 4 e 

Acrinl Tubers, Si m \2 d 

Arrunautical Society of Great Britain, Meeting 

of, '2Aj 10 c 
Afghan Honesty, 8 a 12 c 
AFGH.\N WAR:— 

Ameer Yakoob, Moremcnts of. 5 m 7 a 

iu the Camp at Gaadamak. 9 m 5 a — 10 fa 

7 a— 10.7 12 a 
and Major Cavaguari Discussing Peace, 18 

« 6 d— 16 m 4 fl^— 19 m 7 a— 20 m 7 a— 22 m ft 

c— 24 m 7 </— 20 m 7 a— 9 / 7 a— 30/ 13 a 

Letter of Thanks, 9^ 7 6 

Hoce^ftioii, 12 m 7 a 



— Ainiieiiy Proclaimed, 16 / 7 a— 21/7 « 

— A agio Afghan Frontier, 2 / 7 6 

— Arrangements for Peace, 2 ; 7 a 

— Ayub Khan Imprisons all his Father*a 
Officials, &c., 11 CI 3ri 

Camp at Gandamak, 5 in 7 a — 8 m 6 a — 12 



m 7 a 
Capture of the Piewsr Kotal, 13 a 8 5—14 

m 7r/ 

Major Cavagnari. 28 a 7 a— 23 /7a 

Mission to Oabul, 21 a 7 a 

Leaves for Oabul, 13 j 5 d 

Chiefs Satisfied with the Treaty, 9 ; 7 a 

Submitting, 5 /« H a — m 6 c 



— Cltolera in, 30 /7a 

Concentration at Ali Khel, 28 a 7 A 

Contetencea wi.h Noor Mahomed, Notes 

about, 24 m 12 u— 27 m 13 c- 29 m 8 6 
Death of the Eldest ]gon of tae Ute Ameer, 

5 JM K a 

Defeat of Mohmands at Khamdake, 26 a 7 if 

of the Natives, I a h d 



England's Proposed Future Ruler, 2 a 6 d 

the English at Cauda bar, 14 a 8 a 

the Fight at Fort Daka. 28 o 7 5 

Gen. Gou;2h Defeats the Kaugianit Five 

Officers Killed. 4 ci 5 i/— 7 a 5 6 

Journal of ihe War. 10 a 10 #i 

Lundi Kotal the best Boundary, 28 a 7 a 

Meetings in the English Proviuoei^ about, 

19/9 c 

Miacellaneout News. 2 a 5 d — 7 a 5 a — 8 a 

12 b — 10 a 10 u— 11 a S a -17 a 5 </— 1 m 5 c 
— 3 m 7 u— 5 M 8 a— 9 m 5 a— 30 m 5 a~14/7 
c— 20 / o e 

Movcuients of Trot)p8. 28 a 7 r 

Murder of IJanip Foliowera. 30y 7 a 



Neguiiatioua with Yakuob Khan, 28 a 7 6 

Noiices about, 1 a C% d — S a 7 d 

Preparations for a Spring ( 'anipaigu, 15a 8 a 

Propuhed Sci(»ntiflc Frontier, 14 a 3 a 

Kelicb of the First, 19 / 6 J 

lUturn of Troops from. Mtj 7 n — 28 ; 7a 

Review at Gandamak and other Stations for 

the Queen's Birihday, 2i> ml a 

Roads at Tball, 16 a 3 u 

Gen. Roberta at Thall. 10 a 10 rr— 15 a 8 « 

Signing of the Treaty ot Peace, 27 m 1 a — . 



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rALMER*8 INDEX TO '* THE TIMKS " NKWSPArKH. [April 1 !• 



Afghan War i^coiitinued). 

Skirmiih at Frittchabad, 7 a 10 * 

Squadron of the J 0th IluBBars Swept away 

while Crossing the Cabul Hirer, 3 a 6 a — 4 a 

10 b— 7 a 5 b-^l a 10 ^—8 a 12 r— 11 a 4 rf— 

IGa 5fl— 18« 10/ 
' Letter of Condolence from the Queen on 

the Accident to the lorh HufB.irs. ^ ab d 

Summary of the Treaty of Peace, 38 m 5 a 

Text of the Ai:>ila-Afghan Treaty, 30; 14 a 

Troops at (landitmak, 21 al a 

(Jen. Tytler'» Sucrebi, 7 a 5 b 

Wall Mahoine«l. 28 u 7 a 

Widow of the hiie Ameer at Cabul, 80 a 7 e 

Afghanislad, Ancient Remains in, 12 a 6 e 
— - Sir George .Campbell's Motion on the 

Frontier Quest ioi), W j 1 f 
• Explorations in. 2Sj 6 a 

Native Risings in, 26 m 8 a 

Russian Official Map of, 20 m 5 i 

. and the Turcomans. 7 ; 7 c — 12 j Kf 

Africa, Languages of, 23 i 6 a 

Missions iu Central, 24 m 13 </ 

' North Coast, the Bey Refuses a Coneossion 

for a Port and Docks at Carthage, VA mh € 
»— Mr. Stanley Preparing to Ke-cnter, 1 m 10 



(/— 2 Ml 6 c 
African Exploration, 19 a 12/ 

E«iplo\mert of Klepbants in, 30 m 10 A 

• Keish Johnson's Preparations to Leave 

>^aikzibar, 8 m 5 /* 

' Return of Donald M'Kenzie. 14 ;a 12 /" 

Traveller, M. SolesUet in Paris. 29 m 11/ 

AK:ns8iz (Plo'■o«^or) on the Dredging Operations 

in the Caribbean Sea. 24 m 6/ 
Ageii X'llgriins I'rienU Society Annual Meeting, 

*2 i 6 /> 
Ai^riculfure. Depression in, Sail «— 8 a 8 e — 16 

a 4«-i;i it (Je— IG/ 13 « -23/12 A 
Agricultuial Company of Mauritlui, Report, 17 

j 13 h 

. College, Cirencester, Spring Term, 26 o 12 /* 

. Depression in Ireliiud, 30 m 11 a — hj 10/— 

9; i3a— II ; 7 c 
. Distress, Meeting at the Adelphi and Dis- 
cussion. 13 //i 11 b 

Mr. Mccbi's Correction of his Speech, 14 



m 7 « 

t Education. Meeting on, 16 m 5 < 

. Exhibition in London, 18 j 10 « 

. Hall, Horse Show at, set House 

> — <• Labourers, Annual Demonstration at Ham 

Hill, 3i0 h 
M . - Meeting at Wi'ham, 15 a 9 « 
j i Union, smNauonai. 

, Products of Germany, Vo m 6/ 

«= — Prospects, Note on, 28 j 6 s 
. Science. 26 m I'd d 



, — Society's Prizes, Note on, 7 a l\ d 

Aids to invention, Note on, 28 j 13 « 

Ait ken (Col. ) Paying Twice Over, 19; 13 6 

< (Russel) on the Eddy stone Lighthouse, 28 

; 14 6 
>kenham Bunal Case, 7 ; 7/ 
^la^ka. Commission to from a Government for, 

ka 7e 
*==--r- Report of iht Stat« of, 5 fl 9 f— II Q Be 



Alaska, State of. Hj 6 e 
Albania, Insurrection in, 29 m S d 

Case of the Pe.)ple, 80 w 10 6 

Albanian News, 1 1 ^ 8 </ 

Albert Medal, Awards, 5 a 12 c— 21 ■• 12 /-Tj 

11.' 
Alcohol Use of, 6/8/ 
Alcoholii^m in Alsace, 12; 4 e 
Alexander ( Claud) on Courts of Inquiry, IS « 

\0d 
Alexandra Or])hanaire, Prince of Wales, &c. Op« 

the New RniLiings, 22 m 5 rf— 25 > 8 f 

- ■ Service in Westminster Abbey to Aid,!'* 

m 7/" 
Palace, on Good Friday, ftc, 12 a II f-l» 

a5 f 

L First Italian Opera at, 16 m 10 c 

Horse Show, 23/5 6 



Algeria, Disturbances in. 5j 5 e — B) 5«— 9;S« 

— 11 /5 c/— 13 j5«— 16;8c— ld>o« 

— a Third Village Founded in for Altttiin 
Refugees. 1 7 a 5 6 

Alhambra, Critical Posiilon of, 17 ; 12 & 
Alice (Princess) Memorial Fund, 30 a U ^ 
Alington (J. W.) on Zululand, 19 j 12 f 
All Hallows, Southwark. Eari Beauchamp Un 

the Foundation Stone of a New Church, ^ ■ 

5e 
Alleged Americanism, 16^12 f—lS « 3 « 
Allen (Rov. John) on National Education, 5;<« 
Alpi.ie Ascent, 28 ;■ 12 «/ 
Amal;4amaied Society of Engineers, Meeting ». 

12> 12/ 
Amants de Verone, 26 m 9 e 
Ambulance Work at the UniTersitiet, 39 a 12 < 
AMERICA—UNITED STATES:- 
Agricultural Department Report, 25 oJ« 

— I6;8a& e 

Alleghany County Riot BilL 7; 6 • 

A mdre ( Major) Propt sjd Statue to IB 5«» 

York by American Citzens, 19 m 5 <f 

Appoiatmentt, 4/5 < 

Arkanas Colourod Population AdrociM 

Emigration, ) 7 a 5 cf . 
Army Appropriation Bill, 7 a 6 a— 9 «5j 

— 14 a 3 <f-16 a 9 c— 18 a 5 d— 26 a 7 rf-" 
a 5 e — 1 m 5 c — 24 ; 4 cf 

Defeated, 18 m 5 (f— 14 m 7 e 

Congress on the Ve^o. 2 m 6 c 



Vetoed by the President, 80 a 7 rf 

B.inking Audit System in, 2 a 6 ( 

California, Labour Question in, 27 * 5 a 

— — Calif omian New Constitntion, • w 6 r— It 
?« 7 /- -27 m6 a 

Case of Gen. Fitz John Porter— Acquittal 

and Re-Instated, Aa B d 

Cattle Disease in, 2a 6 rf— 10a 6 rf- 14fl3f 

Bill Passed to SJamp out, 5 a 7 rf-lOsO 

Chinese Minister at Washington, 21 a 9/ 

Congress, Proceedings in, 3 a 5 rf— I6a5' 

—17 a 5 c— 22 a 5 </— 28 a 7 c— 24 a 6 «-2<» 
7 <— 28 a 8 6—80 o 7 e— 5 m S a 4 e—B m 5 c 
—7 m 7 c- 8 m 6 rf— 13 m 7/— 14 m 7 c-I6« 
bd&e—U m 7f— 19fii5e— 19m8e— 20«' 
/-23 m 5 c/— 24 w 7 tf-26 m 7 «— 26 m 8 ^ 
28 m 5^—29 m 5 e— 30 m 3 «/— « j 8 a-€/5» 
— 7 ; 7 < * d-^j 7/— 10 ; 7 d-^^llj 5 rf-W< 



June 30, 1S64.] palmeu's index to " thk times : newspaver. 



Amd 



America (continued). 

7 d -IS J 5 rf— 14 j 7 d^\ej 8 o— 17> 7 f— 18 
; 6 c— 19 n d& €—20 i 5 c-21 j 7 «— 28 ; 7 / 
—24 J 5 rf— 25 ; 7 ..—26 ; 5 d—27j 6 d— 28i 7 
t_30 / 7 f^Siij 8 6 

BiU for Arre*r8 of Peneioni, 1 1 a 8 « 

" Coinage Bill, 18 a 5 c— 1 m 6 d—n m7\ 

— ]9 m 8 c— 21 m 7 <f— 22 m 5 c & if— 24 m 7 d 
—11 ;6</ 

• the Speaker's List, 7y 8 c 

• Cost of Poducing Wheat in, 10 a 7/ 

DMiry Markets Report, \%a7 d 

-»- Davis (Ex- President") Nominated for Mis- 
sissippi as Senator, 17 a 4 a 

Debt of the Sute, 5/76 

I>elmoDico*s in New York, Pulled Down, 12 

a8€ 

Democratic Caucus, 4 / 5 s 

Diseased Sheep from, 24 m 7 / 

— Diplomauo News, 14 a 8 d-^\ m 6 e^l6 m 
9/— 27 m liy— 81 m 11./ 

— Dual Monetary Staadard under Considera- 
tion, 14 m 7 <i 

Eiryptian Obelisk at Alexandria, Ofitored to 

New York, 18>5c 

— Elections, 4 a 6 « — 5 i 5 s 
of GoTeroors, 80 m 6 df— 6 j 5 d 



Exports and lajports of, 1 87 1 1 a 

— Fiosnces, 21 a 8 rf— 22 a 5 «-2iy 7/— 28 ; 
7« 

Fisheries Question, 8 a 5 rf 

Fo^ll Forests in, 27 m 7 9 

and France. 1 6 j 8 c 

Garrison (W. L.) the SlaTi Advocate. Ill- 
ness of. 2^ m 5 d 



- Death o^, 26 m 7 e 



— Goremment Debt. 24 /i 10/ 

— Grflot (Gen. • on ihe East, 26 7 5 d 

— Hal) (Capt Ns ban) P Oi)osed Statue to, io 
New York by En^Uah Kes'iocats, 19 m 5 c/ 

— Halifax Fisher ' Anad, 14 a 3 e 

— Illinois State, No e on, 2ft / 6/ 

— Indian Settlements in Mississippi, Progress 
of the luTsding Wbiwe Man, 19/5 a 

— Indians 'n, 978'" 

-^ Inland Sea at Arizona Proposed, 1 m 5 / 

— Intemationsl Exhibit 'Oti nf Art*) 9nd .Vfiinu- 
factures and Proposed for 1883, &c., 7^ 7 <f 

— Iron Trade in, 30 ; 7 ./* 

— Jurors* Test Oatli, 4; 5 e 

■— Kansas, Terrific Cyclone al, 2 / 8 a £ d 

— Letters from Belayed in Germany, 23 a 7 <f 

— Loan the ^boie Subscribed for, 19 a 7 cf 

— Loulsaoa Convea* if*n, bO j 8 a 

— Lynch Law ia Kansas, 10 a 4 a 
in Nebraska, 27 m 5 6 



— Manhattan Savings Hpnk Robbery. 19^ 5 a 

— Marriage between Blacks and White Still 
Illegal, 16 IN o e 

— Medical Women in. 19 j 13/ 

— Mercantile Failures in, 18 o 5 e— 24 a 7 6 
-» Miscellaneous Neva's. 9 a 6 if— 15 m 5 e— 20 

m 7 «— *i m 5 «-18> 5 e— 26> 5 < 

— NathTille Coloured Couventioa in Sesrion, 
12*1 7/ 

— Negro Exodus, 1 7 a 4 b — 28 a 5 e— 26 a7 d 



i 



I 



America (continved), 

Meetings to Stop, 23 a 5 c— 7 m 7 c— 8 m 

6 c— 9 m 6 t— 27 m 7 « 

for the Relief of, 28 a 8 5 

New Consul-Generals. 6 a 7 d — 24 m 7 c 

— — — - 10 Dollar Kefundiog Certificates, Run on, 

5 m 8 a 
' York. Duke of Argyll at, hjhd 

Niagara Falls, H. P. Peer Jumps Down, 7 

i 6 e 
— - Pedestrianism in, 10 a 4 b 

Pittsburgh Riot BiU. 19/5 a 

Presidential Elecdon, Notices about, 12 a 7 

d— 15 o 10 a— 22 a 11 c— 19 m 5 c— 10 j 4 d 

Proyidence Tool Company, 8 m 7 rf 

Public Debt, Monthly Statement of, 2 a 5 

— 3j5c— 6;6s— 7i7c 

Railways in, 30 a 7 ^ 

Riot io Chicago, 24^ 5 a 

in Georgia, \\ j b d 

Ritualism in, 2 / 8 /* 

Riyal Cities of the North Star State, 21 a 6 fr 

Rubbery of the Manhattan Savings Bank, 

37*5 d 
Sale of Warlike Stores to Foreign Nations, 

24 o 5« 
Si. Gcorg^e's House in Fairmount Park, 23 

a o d 
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Catbedial in 

New York Dedication of, 26 m 7 e-10./ 4 d 
Second Advent, a Lunaic Father Muniers 

his Da li^ titer hs a Sacritice to God, o m If 
the Father and Mutiier. Arres'ed, b m 7 f 



— S'gual Service Sia'ion at Pike's Peak, 12 
a^d 

— Sitting Bull Iiulian's, 2\ a % d 

— South Ca*uli a, Tornado in, 11* o 7 « 

— Southern States Debts, Meetings ua the 
Pa; niv'Ut of, 19 ; 5 u 

— r ul Spain, 27 ; 5 f 

— Spanish Gove. naicnt Indemnity to the 
Ownei's of the lliz^uh and Rising iSuu, 18; 5 r 

— Special P.iyment in, 7 m 7 (/ 

— Suue Conventions, 19/5 6 
Goyernors, 20 j b d 



Sieel Rails fiuui Z.iglitod, Lar^e Purchase, 

7u Grt 

Strike at PetemLurg, «ee Stiukls 

Sutro Tunnel, LO ; If 

Tennessee Debt, 17 n 4 a — 3 Ml c 

Tobacco and buirics in, Reyenue Reiumii, 

12u6 a 

Tornado a<. Collitisyille, Greal Damage, 3 in 

bd 

Trade, Sia e of, 1 '. mi 5 c 

Treasury Bunds, 7 o 6 a— II a 3 rf— 17 a 6 

rf— 21 a 7 f-'l\ o b f 

Treaty of Washington. Note on, 22 a 11 r 

the Two Reputed Spies of theRorolUiions'-v 

War, \^mbd 
\' li g)niau Debt, Foreign Bondholders Accept 

the Arrangement, 23 a 7 c — 7 ^' 6 s 

Waters|iout at BufiTalo Gap, 16 ; 8 a 

Weather in, 12 1 7 c 

American Communities, 19 <x 6 <f 
Competition, Note on, 12 « 9 a 



n^AAi^ %T..*^ ^a. 1(1 .' n ^ 



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fXlMEVi^B JUDEX TO " T0K TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO 



American Crops, 10 i 9 c2 

Judge's Charge, 21 a 6 c 

Meat, 19 j 12 a 

^-~ Misiionariei in the East, 19 a f> r 

— Scientific Marine Expedition, 27 in 5 fr 
Wheat, 15 a 4 a 

Americanisms, 18 a 8 e— 19 a 18 « 
Amn-Daria, Explorations in, 17 a 11 a 
Anachronism, 85^ 10 a— 26j 10 d 
Ancient Bailding, Note on, 28y 18 s 

Greek and MedissTal Bronzes, 4c.» Price 

Sale of, at Sotheby's, 17 m 6/ 
— — Triumphal Bronzes in the British Museum, 

9 a 10 6 

Andalusia, Account of, SjAe 

Wines of , 8 > 4 (/ 

Anderson (A. M.) on the Oriental Bank, 10 a 7 ( 
Andrew (F.) on the Case of Mr. Stringer, 12 a 7/ 
Anglerss, Proposed Tax on. 19 a 18 J— 24 all f 
Ants, Sir J. Lubbock on, 18 ai 10 ^ 

Tidy, ef America, 2/11/ 

Anthropological Institute, Meeting and Papers 

Bead before, 9 <i 6 Y— 28 m 10 c 
Anthropometrical Measurementa, 15 a 9/— 18 a 

11 d 
Anti-Rent Association, 17 ; 9 / 
Antiquarian Discovery at Hampstead Norris, 

14 m 5 e 
Discoveries at Troy and the Heroic Tombs, 

10 ; 6/ 

Arbuthnot (Col.) at Hereford, 21 a 6 a 

(Geo.) State of the Army, 9 J 18 d 

Archaeological Exhibition tit Muntter, 20 ; if 
AEOHES, &c. COUET:— 

St. George's, Hanover Square, 10 j 14 i — 

17 j6d 

St. Sepulchre's Chnrt-h. 18 w 4 c 

Architecture at the Academy, I7j5b 
Arctic Exploration, Blue Book on, 2i n 9/ 

Dutch Committee forlnstituting. 10d5 f 

Capt. Miirkham's bummer. 2 m 9 / 

— Expedition — Nordens Kjold's Progress, 21 
m 9 c— 27 m 7 d— 2 / 1 1 /"— 8> 6 b^^j 8/-26 
i 8<f 

Capt. Sengetache's Search. B tn 9 f 



Anderne (H. M,) Rapid Voyage from the Cape, 
32a 8a 

Argentine Bepnblic, Newa, 8 a '> <->29 a 5 </— 2 
m^e-S IN 8 6—19 m 8 r— 2S m 6 <f— 28 m 5 s 
_ar , 1^ rf— 18 ;■ 5 «— 16i 8 c— 17 ; 7 r 

Argyll (Duke of) en Rnvte to Cunada, 24 m U f 

■ Conference with Noor Mahomed at Pas- 

haw ur. 24 m 12 a 

Booms, Action ngninst a Chaplain for Clos- 

ir^g, set Ctv iL Actwjns— iiipn*// v. HorsUy 

Armenia, Miscellaneous News, \2 m^ a 

Army and Navy Co'Operatii-e Society, Annual 
Meeting. 2 a B c/ 

Pensioners' Employment Society, Annual 

Meeting. M m 1 f 

Arnold (Arthui) Depressios of Agriculture, 16 
a 4 « 

Arsenical Wall Paper, Note on, 81 m Iff /* 

Art at Antwerp, 7 a 11 </ 

Saloa. nee Fike Arts 

Student p' Homo, 1 1 o 8 ^ 

Aiti'its' Geutral Benevolent Institution,, ID »i 10 a 




Artisans' Improved Dwellings, Meetings about, 

28 a 7 d—2\j 11 f 
Arundel Church, Notes on, 2 a 12 ft— 10 a 11 * 

— 14 Q 8/— 15 4/" 
Ashley (Cecil) Oar Policy in South Africa, 28 m 

8c 
Assam Company. 10 ; 9 r 
Assaults on the Police, Note on, 10 m 12^ 
Assesaed Ratea and the Franchise, 5 a 13/ 
Assessment of Farms in Wiltshire, 24 a 1 1 e 

of Property in Nuneaton, 18 a 10 6 

Association of English Country Bankers, Anniul 

Dinner at Willis's, 15 m 10 e 
for the Reform and Codification of the Laws 

of Natiens, Meeting at the GuUdball 26 a 9 / 
Asylum for Boarding. Clothing and Educating 

the Children of Merchant Seamen, Anniversary 

Festival, 6/ 10 / 
for Idiots, EarUwood, Annual Meeting, 26 

a 9 c— 23 m 9/ 

Notices, 9 a 10 /"— 10 a 5 d 

Athanese Coquerel Orphanage, Lecture of Louie- 
Blanc in Aid of , 1 a 5 a 
Athawes (John) on Bushey Park, M j7 f 
Atlas Assurance Company, 7 ; 9 e 
Atmosphere, Composition of, 81 m 6/ 
Atmospheric Phenomena, 17 m 11/ 
Auction of Church Pews, 19 ; 12 rr 
Audiometer, a New Instrument. Sj9f 
Augmentation of Poor Livings, 14 a 9 e — 2 ■i9/ 
Auricular Confession, Memorial to the Bp. of 

Salisbury to Suppress, 1 1 ; 7 t 
AUdTBALIA :— 
Bushranger^ in, 4 a 10 d—9 m 7 /— 10 a 11 

a— 21 m 7/ 
Capture of. 17 m 10 a 

Drought in, 3 / 4 a 

Frontier D'ltiea, 3 ; 4 a 

Mail Service of. 28 / 18 f 

Melbourne International Exhibition, Je« Iir- 

TERNATIOITAL 

Parliamentary News, 29 m 7 e— 2; 12 rf— 8 

Kevenue Returns, 29 m 5 c— 3 ; 4 1^ 

Shipment of Bates's Shorthorns for, 8 « 4 e 

South, News, 2fi ; 5 e 

Steam Communication with, 24 m9 / 

Summer in — Black Thursday, 12 a 6 </ 

Weather in the South, 11 m 10 e 

Western. 5j\0b 

— — Railways in, 1 1 ; 7 « 

- Coolies Introduced by Government, 11/ 



7« 



25^ 



Australian Agricultural Company, 19'i B- 

Mortgage Land and Finance Company, 10* 

a 7 «— 24 a 7 « 

-—^ Rice, 26 m 5 e 

Timber, 19^ 5 c 

AUSTMA :— 

Act of Grace, Remitting Sentences on 337 

Persons, 24 « 5 / 
Count Andnissy, Health of, 18/5 rf— 24 / 

6c 

Appointmpr.*s 19 ni 7r 

riub of the Hifxht Ontre Hold their 

well lian«iuet, \7 m 7 a 



^UUO 30, 1mG4.] PALKKR'8 index to TUE '*• times " KEWSI>i.P£ft. 



Batf 



Attatris fronttnttefl). 

and Bohemia, 2^j6e 

Court Newa, 1 a 5 e — 29 a 5 c 

— - Czech Club, «1 m 7 6—9 / 7 rf— 20 ; 5 6—23 
7*8 a 

— Diplomatic News, 2/7/ 

-»— Elections, 10 a 6 A— 27 m 7 rf-3 ; ^ A— 9 j' 
7 rf— 11 ; 6 6— 12 ;■ 6 /•— 12 > 7 6— 2<)i 6 A— 21 
7 6 6—26.; 5 d^2i ; 5 c— 30 > 7/ 

and England, hale 

Finances, 9 m 6 t — 23 m 5 c/ 

Floods in, 1 m 5 6 

and Germany, 14 / 7 cf 

Hungarian Delegation, 1 a 5 c 

ahd lUly, 22 a 5 e 

— Letter from the Emperor to the Miniiter of 
Ifae Interior, 30 a 7 c 

Liberal Meetings, 10/76 

— — Medical Technical School, Arrest of Five 

Students of, 7 a 6/ 
-- — Meeting of the Three Emperors, 3 a 5 d 
^— Miscellaneons News, 11 a 3 c— 22 a 5 a — 1 

mhd^ 12/7 6 
the Mixed Occupation, 1 a6h~2a56&« 

— 8 a 6 o & €—4 <i 6 c & </— 5 o 7 b— 7 a 6 • — 

7 o 6 a— 8 4 7 rf— 9 a 6 a— 1 1 a 3 a— 12 a 7 6 

— 17 a 5 r— 19 a 7 a— 14 ml a 

— and Montenegro, 14 m 7 6 
-• — Orders Conferred, 6 to 8 6 

ParliamenUry Proceedingi, 2 a 5 r— 17 a 5 

c— 28 a 8 e— 6 m 6 r— la to 7 rf— 14 m 7 rf— 17 
m 7 c— 24 m 7 rf— 26 m 7 rf— 9y 8 a 

— ^ Bill to Incorporate Spizza with the Em- 
pire, oal rf— 9 a be 

Closing of and Speech from the Tlirone, 

]9ffl 76 

and the Treaty of Berlin, 80 a 7 a 



— Regulations of the Danube, 11 7 5c 

— and Russia, 11 a 3 rf— 12 a 7 6—5 mi 8 6 — 6 
m b c 

— Season in, 28 m 5 rf 

— and Seryia, 14 m 7 6—25/ 7 rf 
Silver Wedding of the Emperor and Em- 



press, Celebration of, 21 a 7 c— 24 a 5 a— 25 a 
6 a— 26 a 7 6 & rf— 28 a 7 rf 

Congratulary Address to the Hoyal Pair, 



28 tf 7 c— 24 a 5 r 
the Royai Acknowledgment to the People, 

29a 5rf 
and Turkey, 7 a 5/— tO a 5 6—12 a 7 a— 

19 a 7 e— 22 a 6 <v-24 a 5rf— 14 m 7 6—27 m 7 

d^9j 8 a— 18 / 5 rf— 20 / 5 6 

Two New Cardinals, 26 nr 7 rf 

■ and the Vatican, 16/86 

Visitors and the Weather. 23 / 7 e 

Aoatria-Hupgary, Notices, 2 a 5 e— 3 a 5 c & rf 

— 22 a 5 6—1 m 5 6—2 m 5 rf— 13 m 5 «— 22 m 

ft rf— 26 m 8 a— 27 m 7 6—30 m 5 e— 14; 7 rf^ 

ley 8 6-19^ 7 rf— 23j 8 a 
Austrian Embassy, 30/ 8 6 
Aiwtro-Hungarian Embassy 29 a 12 rf 
— — Turkish Convention, 18m 5a— ISmB a — 

19 m 7 rf— 19 m 8 6—30 m 5 rf— 2 / 8 6—4 / 5 <r 
Autographs, Forged, in Baron Heath's Sale, 13 

mAf—Xbm^f 
— — Price Sale List of a Collection of, at Put- 
tick's, 20 a 12 a 



Aylesbury Dairy Company, 21 ; 13 a 

B. 

Bad;ikf*han, 4 / 5 e 

Baden-Powell (Geo.) on the Constitutional Dif- 
ficulty in Victoria, 9 a 6/— 11 o 4 rf 

Bagnall (John) & Co., Meetings, 25 u 11 rf 

Bagot (Alan) on Safety Lamps, 26 a 11/ 

Baker ^T.j Barracks in India, 20 m 12/ 

Bakewell (Armttage) on Co-Operation, 14 a 12 e 

Balavat, Description of, 29 m 6 e 

Belfe. Memorial Window m St. Patrick's Cathe- 
dral, Unveiled, 14 a 7/ 

Balfour (Gen.) on Array Organization, 14^ 10 e 

on Indian Finance, 7 ; 13 a 

Bnllot Girls at Exeter Hall, 7 / 7 rf 

Balloons, French Movement to Celebrate the' 
Centenary of tha luveation, I m 9 /" 

-^— Daughter of the Inventor still Alive, 1 m 9 /* 

Perils of — Case of Mr, L'Estrange, at Mel- 
bourne, 3 ; 4 /* 

Ballot Act, 2 > 13 « 

Balmoral, Granite Crosses at, in Memory of 
Princess Alice and Sir Thomas Biddulph, 10* 

m nj 

Bangor Cathedral Restoration, 29 a 5 / 

Bank Easter Holiday, Houses Closing, 7 a 7 a— 

9a 76 
-^— Holidays, Note on, 6/126 

Notes in Geneva, 9/11/ 

BANKING >— 

— ■- Anglo-Austrian, 22 « 7 <»— 26 a 13 6 

Egyptian, 24 m 12 / 

Univertfcl, 29 w 7 6— 4> 7 a -5> 7 6 

Australian and European, Stoppage of, 7 J 

7 d— 9 ; 9 rt 
Bank of British North America, 11 a 5 a— 

*y7/ 

of Constantinople. 1 3 m 6 a 

of England, Weekly Relikr is, 4 a tl 6 & 

rf— 11 a 5 6 & e— 18 a 6 6—25 a 11 a & 6^2 m 

7 rf— 9 m 6 6—16 m 11 6—23 m 11 o & 6—30 m 

7 a-6> 7 6 & rf— 13 j 11 6—20 / 11 6 &/— 27 

illa&6 

Appointments, 9 m 6 a 

Average Stoek of Bullion held by, 4 a 

1 1 6—6 m 9 6—4 / 7 6 

Changes in the Stock Offices, 1 a 11 6* 

Dividend Notices, 1 m 6 6—22 m 7 rf 

New Directors, 4r a 1 1 a 

Governor and Deputy Governor, 4 a 



11 



— Notes in Circulation, 4 a 11 6—11 a 6^ 

6—18 a 6 6—25 a 11 cf— 2 m 7 rf— 9 m 6 6—16 
m 11 6—23 m 11 a— 80 m 1 6—6 / 7 6—13 j II 
6— 20y 11 6— 27/11 6 

of France, Weekly Returns, 4 a 11 6—11 

a 5 6—18 a 6 6—25 a 1 1 <i— 2 m 7 rf— 9 m 6 6 
—16 m 6^6—24 m 13 a— 30 m 7 6—6 / 7 6— lil' 

j\\ 6— 20 ^11 6—27/ 11 6 

Annual Stmtemtnt, 7 a 5 rf 

Bullion in, 20 m 7 c— 20/ 11 6 

Robbery from the Perpiguan Branch,- 

2 ff 5 6—5 a 7 6 

of Montreal, 1 m 6 6—26 / 11 a 

of the Netherlands. 21 m 13 a 

of New South Wales, 26 a 13 «— 30y 9 & 



Ban 



FA^LUEK^S INDEX TO ** THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 ^ 



1 



Bank of New Zealand, 25 a 1 1 o— 10 / 9 a 

o' Fflris and the Lovr Countries, 24 i 7 • 

of Sco land, 2 o 6 a & « 

■ of South Auitralia, 7 a 7 a— 10 o 7 i 
of Spain, U a 6 6- )4 m 13 a— 12> 9 h 

< Bankers' Clearing^ Houae, 4 a 11 ct — 11 a 6 

c— 18 o 6 ^-25 a 11 1—2 m 7 ^-^9 m 6 6—16 
mllfr-2»m 11 3-dOin 7 6— 6j 7 (f— 18i 11 
6— 20; 11 flr-27y 116 

■ Table of V&t CeatagBs on Annual Clear- 
ings, 5 m 9 a 

Yearly Return of the Working of, 3 m 7 ^ 



— British Linea Company Bank, 17 ^ 18 a 

— Bulgarian National, Opened, 5 j 6 d 

— Caledoaian, 24 a 10 // -30/ 11/ 

— California.) Bank, 16 u 7 6 

— Capi:a] and Coua iei, Frauds on the Vent- 
nor B anch, 1 a 9 a 

— Cbartei ed of India, Auitralla and China, 3 
a7a— 17a7rf 

Mercantile of India, London and China, 



1 a 11 6— 16 a 7 d 

— Cheque Baok Renoit. 23 m U a — 6j 7 a 

— Child a of Temple Ba: , 16 a 4 cf 

— Cifv of Glasgow Bank— Calls, 1 a 11 c— 2 a 
10 c— 3 a 10/— 9 a 1 1 rf— 18 a 3 a 

Liquids tora' No'ices, 6 ; 6 6 

Meeting of. 26 a 13 a 



No*e on the Direciors, 19 a 9 « 

No'es about, 5 a 18 a— 10 o 7 a— 12 a 9 « 

Scheme of Arrangement, 1 1 a 6 a 

Second Diviuend, 4 ; 7a — 4; 10</— 7 ; 9a 

Colonial, 20> 11 « 

— Com par son of the Position of the B?nk of 
England with Consols and FreocU Rentes, 4 a 

11 6—11 a 5 6—18 a 6 6— 36 a II a— 2 m 7 d 
— 9 m 6 6—16 m 11 6—23 m 11 a— 30 m 7 6— 
6/7 6— 13/lJ 6— 20>116— 27> 116 

Coi Dish, 30j 8 6 

M: . Courtney's New Bill on, 16 a 1 1 c 

Mr. Barclay*! Nc Mr. Courtney's BUI, 

17a 5d 
— - Coventry and Warwickshire Amalgamaie 

with }.\ovd'a Banking Company, 18/6/ 

< Del^iJ «nd London, 10 a 7 a &, t 

-— ^ English of Rio de Janeii-o, 9 m 6 a — 24 m 

12 e 

Hibt'-nian, 5 j 7 a 

— Imperial Bank Liquidation Company, 80/ 
9c 

of Gern^any, Weekly Returns, 4 a 11 h — 



19 a 8 a— 28 a 9 a— 5 m 9 a— 12 m 9 a— 20 m 
18 6—5 / 7 a— 11 / 1] 6—18 / 11 6-27/ 11 6 
O' toman, 25 ; 9 a 



«^ lonion, 29 m 7 a 

— Limited Banks in Scotland, 9 a 9 /* 

— London Chartered of Australia, 30 « 12 e — 
10 m 8 a— 21 m 13/ 

— Mercantile of the River Plat«, 1 m 6 d 

— Nalonal of Australasia, 8 m 7 a 

— o' Belgium, 2 i 8 cf 

of IndU, 2 a 6 a— 24 q7 d 

of New Zealand, 25 ; 9 a 

Fenny, 3 a 7 a 

Provincial of England, 9 m 6 « &, e 



Banking (coniinved\ 

National of Wales, 20i 11 a 

Oriental, 10 a 7 6—18 a 6 a & a 

Bank Corporation, 16 m 11 fl-20 « 18 <i 

-5/7e-6;7/ . 

Pares 8 Leices'ei shire Company, Forgerisi 

on in Circalai'oa, 7 a 7 a 

Private and JoloL Stock Banks, CircaUtion 

Returna, 4 a 1 1 6—5 m 9 a— 4 i 7 6 

Proviitcial of jreland, 19 m 9 / 

Queensland National, 2 a 6 a 

Roy a! of Liverpool, 24 a 7 f/ 

o( Scotbjd, 4i 7 a— 4/ 10 d 

Scotch Bai?k Share*, 17 o 5/— 19 a 8 a 

Banks in London, 24 a II d 

and Irish Banki, Amount of Specie held 



by, 4 a 11 6—6 w 9 6-4/ 7 6 

Smith A. Co., of Nottingham, Forged Notes 

on, '.0 Circulation, 4i 7 6 

S andard of Bri'iah South Africa, 2 a 6a 

—24 a 7 6—1 m 6 d 
S • a to of Shai m in Companiet, see tvtry day • 

Swann, Cloagh & Co., Stoppage of, 9 » «« 

—10 m 8 a— 10 in 12/ 

- Union o' Ana;ralia, 21 m 18 6 
of h elston, 30 a 7/ 

of Scotland, 24 o 7 o— 25 a 11 d— 24« 

13 a 

Weat of England Bank Fund, 1 a » a— 3 a 

9 /*— 7 a 9/— 17 m 7 a- 27 m \2 d 

^ Calls, 6 a 9 a-U a 3 /— 14 a 5 o 

Di Lectors to be P osecuted, 24 « 11 /— 



28/ 6 6 

Mee.'ing about, 10/7/ 



^t *!.<. TTa>:«>M<a B*»»^«. 



_ 1 O i. 



Banking Coujpanies B'1', see Joint Stock 
L quidaiion. Note o-», 20/ 11 6 

— Reser\e Llabiliiv ia, 9 ; 6 cf 
BANKRUPTCIES :<-■ 

Addin«U, J., 14 m 10 c 

Ainslie, G., 5 a 10 6 

Aluous, J. T^ 12 a 10 6 

Ald-*ed, John, 7 m 10 a 

Alexander & Co., 23 a 5 a 

Ames, T.H., 14/5/ 

Anderson, A., 30 a 9/ 

J., 9 a 8 6 

R., 2 a 5/ 

Ai^ern, Wm., 2\ i 9 f 

A* ma >i, A. N., \d a 6 d 

Aim strong, J., 18/ 4 6 

Ar hdr, Jimea, 26 a 10 a 

Austin, r., 11 / 7 rf 

Ayling Cha"., 21 m 9 e 

Baker, J. P., 16 a 8 a 

Bamber, J. W., 25i 5 a 

— — Bancroft. Jabe^ 10 m 5 6 
— ;- Barker, Geo., 4/ 8 e 

— — and Enrker, 5 o 10 6 
Barr, R., 8 m 5 ef 

Bar ert, J. H., 26 a 10 a 

Barrie, T., 21i9/ 

Bar} on, J. D., 24 m 9 a 

Baverslock, Henrv, 21 1 9 / 

Baxter, W., 16 o 8 a 

Beaumont, Wm., 12 a 10 6 



Jane 30, 18(^1.3 palmbr's index to '^ the times" trsTrsPArsR. 



Ban 



Bftakroptdes (continued), 

Bell, Edw., 7 j 9/ 

— — J. P., Urn 10 e 

Md TrolleF. lijfd 

Bence, Thoi., 28 a 5 a 

^— Bennett, John, 5 a 10 6—28 i 6 & 

J. O., 6 fl 10 6 

and Volllamjr, Zm$d 



-— Beniiack. J. H., 12 o 10 6 
•— Berliner, J. J.. 2 a 6/ 

Bern* man. John, 14/6/ 

• Bertram. J., 30 a )l /* 

— Binnie, W.. 7 m 10 « 
BUck, F.. 7j9j 

- — BUckatock. W.. 7j9 f 
— — Blackwell. R., 17 m 10 T 

Blackwood, Scote & Co^ 21 J 9 J 

■ BUikie & Co., 28 / 5 6 

-*^ Blewitt, Byron, 28 ; 6 6 

— BWth, Samuel, iJSe 

— BoUom, James, 4 j 8 o 
Boae, W., 30 o 9 /* 

Borthwick,'A., 28 la 6/ 

— Boara, Alroe, 31 m 10 c 
*— Boireo, Peter, 12 a 10 b 

— Bower, Geo., 14 i 4 a 
'~ Boyet, A. and L., 28 m 5/ 

Boyle, J., 30 a 9/ 

F.T., I874 6 

— — Bradbaiy, James, 24 m 9 « 
■ John, 18 J 4 a 



Braid. J., aeo., 1 3 ;' 4 & 
Braod, R., 10 m 6 6 
Brash, W., 9 a 8 ft 
Brenholz, H. D., 2 or 6 /* 
Brenner, Phillip, 24 m 9 • 
Bretherton, Thot., 6 a 10 & 
Brickill, Wm.. 14/6/ 
Brisbane, J. D., 4^' 8'e 
Bri too, J., 24 m 9 i 

— B., 18 / 4 k 
Btookes, R. R., 4 ; 8 c 
Brooks, jHmes, 9 a 8 6 
Brown, C. W., 21/9/ 

D., 21 in 9 /• 

— K. S., 2ri / 6 a 

— Robt., 28 / 5 k 

— T. S., 7 m 10 a 

— and Miller, 8 m 6 ^ 
Bucban, J.. 21 / 9 /* 
BuTch, James, 30 a 9 / 
Bnrkinshaw, W. J., 7 m 10 a 
Bop-ell, Alex., 28j6 6 

— G. F., 8 m 6 d 
Burt,E., 18/4 6 

Caldwell and Paul, 81 m 10 e 
Campbell, A., 18/4 6 

— Andrew, 9 a 8 6 

— Annie, or M'Intyre, 28/ 6 6 

— Beoj., 10 m 6 6 

— D,, 17 m 10 /• 

— Geo., 12 a 10 6 

— S., 26 a 10 a 

— W., 2 a 6 / 
Chamen, B. T., 21 m 9 a 
Chard, Robt.. 26 / 6 a 
Charleton, H. W,, 9 a 8 6 



Bankraptcies (continued), 

Child, C. W., 17 m 10/ 

Chrlsritt, J. and F., 2(> « 10 c 

Cbudley, Samuel, 10 m 6 6 

Clark. T. H., 28 a 10 a 

Claughfon, J. W., 4 / 8 e 

Clay, Joseph, 9 a 8 6 

CleUud, Wm., 24 m 9 a 

Coates, John, 21/9/ 

— Cohen, Lewis, 28/6 6 

Coli'os, J. and W., 7 / 9/ 

Co.npeie, T., 19 6 </ 

— Conway. W., 2i a 9 a 

jun., 28 m 6/ 

Cope, Edw , 26/ 5 a 

— Cot'den. Henry, 17 m 10 /* 

aod L'-cett, 11 / 7 rf 

Co too, Wm., 26 a 10 a 

CoulK B.. 3 m 6 (/ 

Coz, S. F., 21 m 9 a 

T. H., 30 a 9 / 



- Cramei, Wm., 81 m 10 c 

- Craven, Adelaide, 23 a 6 a 

- Crawford Brothera, 7/ 9 / 

- Ci'chtun, J., 3> m 10 e 
" Croat bie, A.« 8 m 6 d 

- Crosble. A. and £., 16 u 8 a 

- Culliford, Thoa., 28/ 6 6 

- Culrer, E.G.. 7m 10a 

- Culverwell, Henry, 10 w 5 & 

- Cunningham, R., 28 m 6 / 

- Curre, T., 14 m 10 c 
& Co., 3 M 6 (/ 

- Cutler, Wm., 23 a 6 a 
-Dallaa, G., 16 a 10 a 

- Dalrvmole. G. N., 11/ 7 cT 
» DalzeU, J. and H.. 26 a 10 a 

- Dan^pater, M., 19 a 6*</ 

- Davitts, David, 2 a 6/ 

- Davii, D. BodP., 21/9/ 

- Dawe, T. B., 9 u 8 6 

- Deadman. Geo., \^a^ a 

- De Chair. D. R.. 26 a 10 a 

- DentOT?, K. ., 17 w 10/ 

- DhoQMU, Louie, \^ a b d 

- DicLson, J.. J:^ a 5 ^ 
W. D., 25/6 o 

- Dobaoo, J. and A., 31 m 10 c 



Don, J., 7 / 9 / 

DooaJd, W., 21/9/ 

Donner, Robt., 9 a 8 6 

DoYC, C. J., 4 / 8 c 

Dowey. laabeUa, 30 a 9 /* 

Downie, W., 17 m 10 /" 

Duncan, D., 21 / 9 / 

J.. 6 a 10 6 

Duolop, A., 21/9/ 

and GJchr'at. 2J « 6 a 



Dunn, P., 9 a 8 6 

Do rose, Chaa., 6 o 10 6 

— - Dver, Henry, 26 a 10 a 

Earo&haw, J. J., 12 a 10 6 

— Eaaioa. J., jun., 9 a 8 6 

Eder, A., M j7 d 

Kdgoly, P. J., 21 m 9/ 

Edward, Francia, 25/ 6 a 

■ Jane, 18/4 a 



J9in 



PALMElt'S IKDEX TO " THE TIMES " MEWSPAFER* [ApHl 1 t0 



Baukruptciee (contiuued), 

Fllis, Abraham, 14 m 10 c 

> Eindin, A., 18 ; 4 a 

LiiiuioD.i, Jamod, 4 / 8 c 

■ Efgooni«re, A. J., 7j^/ 

Evan«, Evan. 21 i 9/ 

. Johu, 24 wi 9 e 

T.. 11; 7 c/ 



Everati, Wm., 25 j 6 a 
Ewing and Train. 23 a 5 a 
Fairley and bon, 31 m 10 c 
Eariiswortb. Wni., Hj 5/ 
Farquhar, J., 24 m 9 « 
Farrtfll, Michael, l:^ a 10 ft 
Faulds, W. O., lOmo d 
Fennell,T. J. 19 a 6 d 
Fenton, W.. 25j 6u 
Findiajr, F., 5 a 10 b 
Fleming. J., 4 / 8 r 
Folle and Thomai, 5 a 10 6 
Forbes, D., 14 m 10 c 
Ford, J., 2 a 6 f 
Fo88, W. B.. 17 m 10 /• 
Fraser, C, 14 m 10 c 
Fyfe and Uobertaon, 2 a 5/ 
Gair Brothers, 2 a 5/ 
Gale, W. D., 28 a 5 a 
Gamham, Wm.. 14 ; 5 /* 
GUchriit,W„ llj7d 
and Gardner, 8 m 5 cf 



Bankraptcies C^ontmued). 

Heath*fr, W. W.. 14 > 6 /* 

llendrie, J., 4; 8 c 

Hernchuil .& Co.. 9 ^i 8 6 

llttwcon, J. J., 23 a 5 a 

Hill. J.. 9 rt 8 b 

Hinckley. Frances. 21 ; 9/ 

Hotlgsun. .John, 23 a 5 a 

Uolinet and Parsonage, 4 i 8 c 

Hooper. Kicli.. 12 a 10 b 

Lorrocke and Horrockip 14 *m 10 « 

Horton. J., 21 m 9 /" 

Houjisell. G. C, 17 « 10 f 

Houston, J. G., 2 a 5 /* 

— — Hughes, J., 4 / § c 

Thos.. 5 a 10 6 

Hunt, Hunt and Reynolds, 26 a 10 • 

Lt. Col. A., 26 a 10 a 



! Giimour, W , 10 m 5 ^ 

Gladwin and Mourant, lij^f 

Glen and Forth, 26 a 10 a 

'. Godbold, Henry, 2l> a 10 a 

-^— Gomersall, John, llj 7 d 

Grant, A. R., ISj 4 6 

"—^ and Cooper, 21 m 9/ 

'. & Co., 24 m 9 c 

Greaves, Benj., 21 ; /* 

— Greenbalgh, Kobt., \9 a 5 d 
!— — Greensbields, D., 28 m 5/ 

Grice, Wm., 21 j 9 J 

, Griffiths, Richard. 7 m 10 q 

Grindley, W H.. 23 a 6 a 

GulsUd & Co., 14 > 5 / 

Gunion, W., l^ab d 

Guthrie, Rev. A., 80 « 9/ 

Haigh, Wm., 24 m 9 e 

Hal^ A.. 25 j 5 a 

Miles, 14 m 10 e 

Wm., 28 i 6 6 



— — « Hammonds, Henry. 3 m 5 </ 
— -— Rams, Wm., sen., 23 a 5 a 

Hannah and Coatf, 30 a 9 / 

Herington, W. H., 6 o 10 ^ 

. Harris, C, 6 a 10 (► 

! Henry, 5 a 10 6 

— — Harrison, James, 10 m 5 & 

Hargreares, Lawrence, 12 a 

Hart, J. M.. 25 ; 5 a 

— Hartley, Joseph, lAj 5/ 

Haslewood, Jane, 12 a 10 6 

Hasiie, J., 14;5y 

Hatfield, Ann, 7 m 10 « 

■ Jane, 7 ir» 10 a 

— Hay, D., ll>7<f 
-T- J.. 17wi 10/"— 25 J 6 9 



10 6 



Hunter, G., 28 m 5 / 
Huntley, Edw., 5 a 10 6 
Hutchings, G. J., 18>4a 
Hett, Philip, dmbd 
Innes, H., 80 o 9/ 
Innes-Ktr, C. J., 25 / 5 a 
Irving, A. B., 38 J 5 6 
Jack, H.. 25 y i a 
Jamieson, W., 17 m 10 / 
Jeffries, J. S.. 21/9/ 
Jenlngi, R. B„ 18 ; 4 a 
Johnson, J. W., 17 m 10/ 

— Thos., 9 a 8 k 

— Wm., 16 a 8a 
Johnston & Co., 24 m 9 « 

— Glass & Co., 17 w 10/ 
Jones, Wm„ 17 ns 10/ 

W. H., 28 ; 6 A 



Jordan, T. J., 17 w 10 / 

Kassell^ John, 14 m 10 c 

Kay, Rev, A. C, 10 m 5 fc 

Wm., 19 a 6 rf 

Kelley, J. and A., 26 i 5 a 

Kennedy, J., 8 ui 5 <f 

Kerr, Geo., 24 m 9 c 

Kerr and Kerr, 12 a 10 5 

Kimball and Morton, 25j 5 a 

King,J. M., 21/9/ 

Kirk. Jo, 1 1 > 7 d 

Laing, G. 28 m 5 ./ 

Lambeth, John, 31 m 10 c 

Lancelot. E. M., 11/ 5/ 

• Lansford, James, 30 a 9/ 

Lauder, W., 21/9/ 

Law, W.. 6 a 10 & 

Lawrence, W. F., 10 m 6 6 

I'«gg«. John, 4 / 8 c 

Leifchild, Geo., 23 a 5 a 

Lewis, Dafid, 4 / 8 c 

Liddell, W.. 287*5^ 

Linton, U., 4 / 8 r 

Livesey, J. H., 80 a 9 /* 

Lodge, J., and Son, 2 a 6/ 

L^gan, J., 14 J 5 / 

Loudon. T., 3 m b d 

Lowe, A. T., 14 m 10 

Luddy. 0. B., 17 m 10 / 

Lumlcy, James, 21 j 9/ 

-r— - LuDlon. W. M.. 5 a 10 A 



June SO, 1864.] palmer's nmsx to ** tiw times '' newspaper. 



Baa 



Bukniptcies {continued), 

Maodooald, A. And J., 24 m 9 « 

J., 7 HI 10 a 

Maeadonell, P., 17 m 10 /* 

MaodoweU & Co., 28 / 6 ^ 

— Macgregor, Donald, \\j7d 
Ifackay, A., U w 10 c— 4 J S c 

E, J.,4y8c 
H. D., 4 ; 8 c 

and Kirk wood, 90 a 9/ 



Mackenzie and Son, \9 a5 d 

Maddtitosh; A. H., 8 m 5 if 

Macleod, D.,80a9f 

Malcolm, Wm., 5 a 10 A 

— Male, A. J., 24 m 9 « 

Manley, O. H., 17 w 10 / 

Mano, Francis, 14 m l^ c 

Jamet, 11 ; 7 d 

Margetaon, John, 25./ o a 

MajnA» Jamea, \Sj 4 a 

Maraon and (*dg«r, 7y 9 /" 

Marston, W. 8., 21/9/ 

Martin, J., Al m 10 r 

Maseey, Ricb., 26 « 10 4i 

Mather, W., jiin., 2 « 6y 

Maxwell. J., 28 a 5 a 

M'Adam, W., 23 a 5 a 

M-Arthar. J., 18> 4 6 

R., f 1 w 9 /• 

McCarthy, T. I., 21 m 9 < 

M' Donald, A., 12 a 10 6 

A. and D., 7 m 10 a 

M*DowelL Hdw,, ij 8 a 

■ J.. »a8* 

-^ M*Eiren, John, 9 a 8 6 

M*Parlane, A., 10 n 5 ^ 

P., 2«jA« 

' R., 14 m 10 c 

M'Qragor and Donald, 18 y 4 ♦ 

M'Qean. H.. 5 a 10 6 

Mantoth, A., 14>5/ 

J., 4/8 c 

M'lntjm, D., 24 m 9 « 

MKee. S.. 18 o 8 a 

— — M'Kenzie, M.. 31 m 10 « 

MKie, W. T., 25/ 5 a 

' M'LaachUn, J., 14 m 10 c 

M*Math, A., 17 w 10 /' 

M'MiUiia, J. and D., 16 a 8 a 

M'Naughtoo. D., 12 a 10 4 

M*Neill, A., 28 / 5 6 

— - MPhee, D.. 6 a 10 5 

« M'Pherson, J., 24 m 9 « 

Mead and ^Aul]^i»er, 4 / 8 e 

Maakin. H. M., 4 / 8 e 

Meek, W. B., 9 a 8 A 

M«ikle, Am 12 a 10 6 

' Menzlea, A. !«,, 7 m 10 a 

Metcalfe, Rich., 30 « 9 / 

-T— Michell, Fred., 8 m 5 if 
<— Middleton, A«f 7 m 10 a 

& Co., 31 M 10 e 

Millar, O.H.,^iy 9/ 

J. F.. 14 / 5/ 

W, ll;7rf 

' MiUa, J. D., 21 m 9 € 

^and Treaehv, ij ^p 



Bankrnpteiea (continued), 

MitcheU, H., 12/1 10 6 

Moffatt, Peter, nj7d 

Moggs, J. W.. 6 a 10 ft 

Mole, J. N., 9 a 8 6 

Moorcock, T. A., 28 / 5 a 

Moran and Sen, 16 a 8 a 

More and Luckie. 1 6 <i '8 « 

Morgan, Wn.. 16 cf 8 a 

Morrieen, J»2lj3f 

Morrow, James. 28 / 5 6 

Mowbray, W. U. S„ 3 m 5 d 

Mairhead & Co., 35 / 5 a 

Murphy and Sgn^ 1 7 « 19 f 

Nalsmith, T., 9 a 8 6 

Neal, F.,80a9/ 

^ — Keil, A., Jan., 26 a 19 a 
^ — NeiUeay. G.. 28 ; 5 6 
^•^-^ N^ieen, O., 9 a 8 i 

Vewoian, J. W., 18/ 4 a 

Newton. J. E., 6 a 10 6 

-* — Nicholla, Ambrose, 5 n 19 6 

Niekolson. ChAS.. 5 o 10 6 

NicolK W. B., 17 m 10/ 

Nigktinirole. B. S., 17 »i 10/ 

KockoMs, Kobt.. 28 a 6 a 

North, G. W , 28/ 5 6 

-! — Nugent and Whitehome, 28 / 5 4 

Ogden, John, 17 m U) f 

O'Hara, J. B., 26 a 10 w 

Otttcrpon, W., 7 m 10 a 

— Overciid. J.,28./5 6 

O^en, E. L., Jan., 12 a 10 6 

Sen., 12tt 10 6 

Paine, A. J., 9 a 8 6 

Patiner. W, G., 28 m 5/ 

Pascoe. John, 7 ; 9/ 

— ~ pMterson. Jas., 10 jn 5 6 
Paul. J., jun,, 23 a 5 /i 

Payne, Thos.. 21 /n 9 <— 24 m 9 « 

Pearse, F. E., 80 a 9 / 

Phillips, E. G., 2 o 6/ 

■ J., 3 iM 6 4 
T. B.. 25 7 S « 



Pike, aius., ?3 ff 5 « 

Pinchbeck. J. and A., o a 10 h 

l^itttnan. G, W.. 12 a 10 4 

PolUrd, Jos., 7 M 1 a 

J«ool. Bvycj. 7 / 9 /■ 

Preston, Juhn, 17 «; \^ f 

Pringle. J. 0,. 5 a 10 ** 

— - Prior, John. 18 7 4a 

Pronger, Edwin, 24 m 9 e 

Pntlar and Stewart, 25 / .*» n 

Purnell, W. W.. 2Ji 3 6 

Rsdph. Henry. 3UII., 21 / 9 /' 

RaUion. A. W., 2 « 6 /* 

I.'eed. G. P.. <i 8 6 

Reet, W. J., 26 a 1« « 

Reeie, iMary. 24 w 9 e 

Rcigan. W. and M. K„ 14 m 10^ 

Reid. R., 18/4* 

Helf. S. B., 4./ 8 c 

Rendall. W., 88/5 6 

Rhodes, Henry^ 24 m 9 1 

Jnmes 12 u 10 6 



Rhone, Geo., 14 j 5 / 



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[April 1 W 



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lliplciea (roaflaut'dj. 
hiiitoul, r.. ^3 t/ .5 a 
Uiichie, R., 21 m 9 /* 
KohiTlM, J. l{.. i2 a 10 6 

- Wu).. 21 m 9 « 

- Roberts tind Aniiitnge, 21 j 9 / 
KobiTlson, (\, 12 a 10 6 

- J. A.. 2 » 5 /' 

- .'t ( "o., 28 a 5 a 
Kobliison. Frc'K, 10 m 5 h 

- J J., 7 m 10 n 
Kolson. r. ().. U w 10 c 

- Jflines, T6 ah a 
Rodon, R. J., 28 w 6 f 
Roll?. AWx., 12 « 10 A 
Ro«i. J., 30a»/-17 wi 10/ 
RuHRc'll, G., I4i5 /• 
Snlmond. K., 28 wi 6/ 
^Hiiibon, J. W., *A\ m^f 
StitthweU, Thoi,, 28 »i 5/ 
fe^Ciidding. W. W., 18 ; 4 a 
Scard. J. C, 3 w 6d 
Schoticid, John, 4 j 8 c 
Scotson. Ja«., 28 i 5 6 
Scott, John, 19 CI 3 </ 

- W., 9 o 8 ^ 
S^fiton, J„ 28 y a /^ 

- T. L., 14 w 10 r- 

Shack leford. F. H., 7; 9/ 
^h.ickleton, AbsHloin, 25 j" 5 <« 
ShildtTB, Harry, 26 a 10 « 
Sharp and Shaw, 30 n 9 /' 
tilj«w, W. fl., 24 «< U « 

- and Shaw, l.s ? 4 r» 
^bt•rriff .^ Co., IH /4 4 
Miillintjlon, Kdw.. 2;^ rt 6 /» 
Sbi;.lcv. Rsdph, 18 ; 4 -i 
hillfiice, Ueo., ft M 10 6 
Si'.ii^oon. JP., 19 fl o li 

Si i. flair, A., IC m 5 b 
Ski'iK'h, J., 7 «j 10 a 
SJatterv. J. V.. 21 / 9 /' 
Sl.'Mij. Vv. C T.. 19 ft .') i 
MiivMiit. ,1., 17 m 10 /■ 
Stiiiih, (i.. 21 m 9./ ' 

— (jtnJ., 9 W 8 /j 

— \V., 12 n lO/>— 19 n 5 (f 

— and Harris, 7 w 10 a 

Siiowdownu, J., 8i'n., 18 ; 4 b 
Spiii',, G.. 2ii a .') u 
Spnrr, il. R., 1:' a ]0 h 
Squire, J. J., 14 /// 10 c 
Sialhain. G. W., 17t/i 10 / 
Staniiaid, H. T., 2 o 6 / 
Stephens,, John, 31 m 10 c 
Stevenson, S., 30 a 9/ 
vSfowart. Geo., 10 m 6 d 

— Hm 19 a 5 r/ 

— W.. 14 7» 10 p 

Str:iil'(inl, fi. S.. 2.*? rr 6 a 
Siilherlaiul. J., 17 ;/> 10 /— 24 m 9 « 
Sutttrhy. Henry, '-'5 ; 6 a 
Sweeni'y, M., 31 m 10 c 
• S>kcs. \Vm.. 28; 5 6 
Svniondrt. Jos., 9 n 8 b 
Tait & Co,, 25 ; 6 a 
Tanpfthill, T., 24 m 9 • 



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Bank ruptcica {cuutlnwtt \ 

Tavlor, D., 30 a 9/ 

j.. 10»« 6 6 

M., 1). and T.. 17 »i 10 f 

Thackrah, Iknry, \\ j 1 d 

Ihmias, John, u 8 i 

Thompson. 11. M., 19 ah d 

Thomson, A., ien., 17 mi 10/ 

B. L., 12 a 10 6 

M., 23 a 5 a 

\\\.ba 10 6 



Thorbiirn, J. and T.. 9 « 8 Ik 

Tiniewcll. S. W.. 21 m 9 « 

Tonialin, T. G.. 28 m 6 f 

Tounh, W., 18^46 

Townspnd. T. C, 23 o 5 a 

and Prait. 7 m 10 o 

Tiipp, Howard. 3 w 5 J • 

Turner. A. S., 28 m 5 a 

W., 9 a 8 6 

Tweedley. D., 2 a 5 /* 

Tyrrell. Joi.. 14 m 10 p 

Upton. Sanmel, 17 ?« 10/ 

Urquhart, T.. 9 a 8 6 

VagK, E. H.. 28 m 5/ 

Waddell, G., 17 m 10/ 

Walker. Hepry, 24 m 9 • 

T., lea 8a 

T. R.. 17 wi 10/ 

Win.. 7;«/ 

and Frice, I8j 4 a 

Wallace, D., 2l>9/ 

G., 28 w 6 / 

J.. 17 m 10/ 

R., 24 III 9 c 

W.. 23 aba 

and Sons. 24 »i 9 e 

Waliher, Edw., 18> 4 a 

Ward. Josiah, 26 a 10 u 

Wardle, Ralph. 23 a 5 *» 

Wardroper. U. S.. 18> 4 a 

Watson. A.. 11> 7 rf 

n.. 28 Ml 5 / 

G. B., 18>46 

T. H.. 24 w 9 « 

Watts. W. J., Hi 7 rf 

Waugh, R.. 17 m 10/ 

Weir. J.. 19 fl 6 rf 

Wenn, J. B.. 3 w 6 «/ 

Wbitbread, R. F.. haWh 

White, W.. 9<i86 

Whiteside, R. H., 4; 8 c 

Whittle, C. B., 14 m 10 c 

Williami. Darid, 1 J a 10 A 

T. J., 26>5a 



Wilson, W.. 14 m 10 c 

— ^\ Co., 21 ; 9/ 
Wingate, J. T., 14 w 10 c 
Winter. Tbos., 26 ; 5 9 
Wood and Son, 7j^/ 
Wolher«poon. J., 21 w 9 / 
Wray, Win.. 2 o 5 /* 
Wright. Jos., 6 a 10 6 

— J. H., 'Smb4 

— W. T. H.. 2 a 6/ 
Wylie & Co.. 2\ 7 S f 



Bankruptcies, Report of the Number of, 16; 



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filNKROTTOIBS AHNULLED :— 

Ahlborn, Augustus, ^ m o d 

Atkinson, Henry, 10 m o ^ 

Baker. R. B., 26i5« . 

Beretford, G. E.. 12 a 10 6 

Brownson, H., 18; 4 .i 

Crntckthank, John, 24 m 9 e 

— Dj-ar, Henry, 4 ; 8 c 

Gilbert, J. and M.. 'SO a 9 f 

Glaag, R. P., II j 7 d 

Hill, J. £., 21 ; »/ 

• Hilton, L., 16 a 8 a 

HtttchingB, Alfred, 25/5 a 

Jennena, T» H., 21 m t^ a 

Langdon, Sarah, 4 > 9 / 

Lewia, Jamea, 2 a 6/ 

Melville, O. C. 2i m 9 a 

MitciiiDaon, Tfaoa., 9 a 8 & 

- — Ifoore, Henry, 5 a 10 6 
• — Mortimore, W. H„ 21 m 9 a 

Pearae, F. E^ 4 / 9 /* 

Ridley^ Edw., 26 a iO « 

• — Roaa, O. C. D^ 31 m 10 c 

— Rudgv, E., 2 a 5 / 

— Scott, G,, 80 a 9/ 

' — Sheffield. Henry, 24 in 9 a 

• — Smith, Eliz., 24 ni 9 r 

• — Thomaa. Hannah. 21 i 9/ 

BAKKEUPTCY COUET:— 

■ — Notices of Last Kxaroinatlons, see tverjf 

\Vtdnesdujf*$ and Saturdays paper 
• — Barnea. Wra., 30 »• 4 / 

— Barnett, E. and M., 4 a 4 « 

« — Beach. J. N., 19 m 6/— 23 m A e 
" — Bebro, Marcua, 1 5 m 4 <? 

— Berkeley. Capt. G. L. R„ 22 mid 
• — Bevan & Co.. 2 a 5 e— 5 a Cj 

' — Briatow, Robt., 26 « 4 « 

Buckley, Sir E., 9 a 5 ^ 

" — Bush and Son. 19 o 14 b 

- — Campbell, Geo., 7 a 4 </~Il a d—2e a C f 

-12> 6 d 
' — CVd, John. 12 m 6 «— 15 nt 4 < 
- — Carnie, Chas., 14^ 6 a 

Chapman, Fred., 28 m 4 c 

•— Chatterton, F. B., 8 a 4 a— 20 mSt 
—— fe Chilcott, 23 m H> d 
CUrk. Edwin. 12 m 6 a 

G. F. H., 29 m 4 a 

L. 8., 19 a 14 5 

Robt., 5 a 6/ 
' — Cluff and Son, 29 m 4 c 

— Cobbold, Thua. Henry, 20 m 6 e 

' — Cope, F. H., ex parte Kedon, 29 a 4 • 

*— Cottam, MerUn & Co., 11/4 e—2 1 j 6e 

" — Daria and DaTia, 7 m 6/ 

' — Dean, Thos.. 5 i 11 c 

•" — Dickinaon, Geo. F., 20 / 4 « 

— Doda, Broa.. & Co., Had d 
' — Downing, Nicholas B., 3 a 4 e 
' — Earnshaw, W. A.. 17 a 12 a 
'^^ Engela, Louia, 8 m 4 c— 22 mie 
' — England. P. N.. 1 a 4 rf— 17 ; 6 </ 
■"— Field, Bernard, 2 m 4 e 
^-- Folle and Thomas. 23 a • </— 23 m 4 a 

— Forbes & Co., 19> 6/— 21 ; 6 a 
-— Fiy, J. W., 10 a 4 a 



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Bankruptcy Court {ronti/ih-c/^. 
Fuii^i' and lleynolds, 10 a i e 

- - Gale. Henry, 8l> m 4 e 

(Uadstone nnd Peel. 4 rt 4 « 

Glover, Bei j.. li j 4 « 

(lou'd and Lewis. 25 </ 4 e 

Grant, Albert, 10 « 4 « 

Guinet, Victor, 21 w »» e— 26 / 4 ^ 

Gure, P. A. and K., 12 / 6 « 

Hall, Walter, 10 m G d 

Hamilton, Capt. C. IT.. m 4 < 

Hancock— f.r )Kirte Ludlow, 1 a 4 d 

Harding, 11. J.. 5 ; 1 1 c 

Hardv, Henry, & Co., 8 a G e— 29 a i e 

Harris, J, T., 20 ; 4 « 

Hart^ A. and J., 9 / 13/ 

— - Hertaberg. Julius, 9 m 4 0^ 

Holdaworth — ex parte !Schnoidan, 8 a 6 < 

Killby, Andrew, 8 m 4 c— 22 m 4 e 

liOgie and NicoU, 14 j 6 a 

Lordan, J., 31 m 6/ 

Mahby, H., 28 *» 4 a 

~^-^ Matthew, Buckbanan & Co., 30 a 6 # 

and Fairlie, 24^ 4 « 

M Queen, G. P., 18 ; 4 « 

Metaxa, Rich. B. P. W., 25 a 4 « 

Middleton, W. H., 19 m 6/ 

Morton and Taylor, 3 m 6 </ 

Mnnro. Donald 9 m 4 e 

Nash. \V. and A. J., 23 ; 6 /* 

Newell. T. F., 1 4 ; 6 • 

Noble. F. J. and G.. 16 ; fi « 

Oakley, R. B.,— Co- Operative Credit na:.k, 

2 m if. 

I'ark. John. 4 a 4 <? 

Pay no and Son, 2t^. ci 6 /* 

Phillips, E. G., 24 m 6 c 

J. I)., 16 m 4 « 

Plambly, Geo., 27 j A e 

Kcardon. Cornollu?, 1 /i 4 e 

Redmond, W. A.. 26 fie 

Regan and Melviii, 28 j 6 e 

Reynolds, J. B.. 2 a 5 t 

Ridley, A. S., 30 »« 4 r 

Ryder, Thos., 21 w 6 « 

Satchwell. Tho«., 17 m 6 a 

— ^ Saunders nnd Mee, 17 / 6 d 

Scott, Walter, 9 7 13 / 

Shand & Co., 7 /« G/ 

Shaw, Chaa., 17m 6 e 

Smith and Harris, 18 ; 4 « 

Soli.e, Alfred, 31 m 6 / 

Southern and Quilty, II a 9 rf 

Stoy, John F., 9 m i d 

Stratford. H. S., 23 w 4 a 

Suilon, Thos., 8 o G <? 

Tallerman. Daniel, 12 / 5 <? 

Taitershall. E. G., 22 a H d-2Sj 6 

Vickers and Kiiowles, 2H a G d 

- Viener, A. M., IH ^ 4 « 

Whistler. J. A., MNeill, 28 ; 6 e 

- - Woolf, Bros., 6; 12 a 

Hi'kruptcy Law, Prac I ical Working of the Tro- 

0^11 1. 20 ; 11 u 
- - Local Courts in Ireland. tf 1 1 rf 
1^ . ley. Opening of a New Liberal Club at. 25 



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PALMER^a INDEX TO ^ THE TrSIES * MEWdrA?E«. [April 1 U 



Baptist Miiiionftrj Society, Annual Meeting, S 

m 6 c 
BarkinctiJe Village Home, Annual Fete, 19 / 12 « 
Bamarao's Homes* «m East Kvn 
Barnett (ReT. S. A.) Pens in Whitechapel, 7 a 4/ 
Barren (H. £.) on the Inter-oceailic Canal, 32 m 

10 c 
Banow (John) on tlie Old Arctic Ship RtBohte, 

SOj 10 a 
Bartley (Geo. C T.) Food Watted. IB a Uf 
Work of Charit J in Promoting ProTident 

Habita, I4m\2d 
Bateman (Dr. F.) on the Prince of Wain's Tisit 

to Norwich, 12 7 9/ 
Bath, Order of, New Companions, 21 si 7 a— 4 7 

8 c— 21 ni/—26y5fl— 2«j 11 d 
and West of England Agricultural Society, 

Annual Exhibition. 2a si 4 §^9j 6 6—4 / 11 a 

Battle of Nararino, Note on. 2 a 10 c 
Beaconsfleld (Earl of) on British Agriculture, 4 

c6s 
— Note on the People's Tribute to. 22 a 8 5 
Declines Accepting '* the People's Wreath,** 

28 ; 12 a 
Beal CRer. S.) Budahist Archssology, 19 ; 10 6 
Beattie (Joseph) on the Joint Stock Banks Bill, 

23a 12<f 
Beauehnmp (Locd; on the National Penny, Bank, 

2a m 10 c 
BcaTcn (A. R) Early Freetraders^ 14 y 12*/ 
— — on the SurviTors of the Emancipation Act,. 

21 a 1<5€ 
Beckett (Edm.) Painted Cttlings of St. Alban*! 

Abbey, 16 m 10 • 
Bedford (J. T.; on London Bridge, 25 j 8 /' 
BLLGIUM:— 
— — Court News, 1 a 9 a 
Education BUI, 11 a 3 </— 81 m 7 <f— 5 j 5 r 

— 7j7rf— 18j6cf—l9;7rf 
Father Ernest Expelled for Agitating against 

the Education Dill. 28 a 8 fr 

Father Haller Expelled, 30 a 7 d 

Finanees, 80 m 6 s 

Free Trade and Protection, 28 a 8 6 

New Loan, 4 o 5 • — ] 2 m 8 a 

Taxes Proposed. 28 ; 7 s 

Proceedings in the Chambers, t m Z d— 80 

Review of the CijU Code, 20/ » d 

— — — Seizure of Spurious Wines. 28 o 8 A 

Tax on Rents, Bill to Ahulisbi 19< m 8 a 

Bells. Blessing of, by Bp. of Dover at Folkstone, 

8 a 13/- 

ofrtbe Ukndaft Cathedral Bells. 29 a 11 € 

Notes on. lia S/^-lB a 12 c— 18 a 8 c 

Beloe (Jk M.) on Asoiidal Churchy 2 a 12 ft 
Bennett (Samuel) on Law Clarks, 26 m 10 c 
Bentinck (Bt. Hon. CaTendiih), 16 a 6 a 
Bernard (M.) on the Treaiy of Washington, 22 a 

Us 
^rnhardt (MdUe. Sarah) Sculptures andPictures 

Exhibition, PiccadUly, 16 j 10 a 
Bergtheil. (J.) on Oham and Cetywayo^ 3'a 11 h 
Bevy (Qraham) Address to, at Chelsea,.! m 10€ 

HeaUh of, '25 a 10 /~26 o 12 s 

— - in, Lun<l>n, 3) a 7 e 



Barry (Z.;D.) on:Co-Operatlon, IS i 12 c 
Bertholon CM. L.) on French ( -anadians^ % jhf 
Bessemer Sted Experinisiits^ 16y 19 4 

(Henry) on Steel for Ouns^ 25 a l<^e 

Process. Note on. 7j 13/ 

Bible, Americsn Revision of, J^j 6 a 

New Translation, Meeting off tlie New Tss« 

tameiH Bevkon,24 • II s— 14 m 19/- 12j6e 
— ^ of the Old Testament Bevisors, 1 a U c 

—20 m\2f 
Bicycles, By-Laws to Regulate, 17 « 9/ 
Biddulph (Qen.) Latin Card to and from, 99 a 

10/ 
Billing (Arthur) on the Restoration of St. Sepul- 
chre's Church, 14 a 9 e 
Billinghnrst (H. F.) on the Anstralian Banks, 7 

;8a 
BiUingsgate Uarhet, Seizniw of Bad Fish, 10> 6 c 

Note on, 9 a 1 1 a 

Birch (Dr. S.) on the Mythology and Domeslv 

Life of the Egyptians. 25 a 6 s 
Birkbeck Institution, Prince Leopold Accepts 

the Office of Patron, 17 a 9 e 
Birmingham— Fata] Thnnderatarm at, 15 si 19 • 
Free Conceru given by the Mayor, 14 a S / 

Library, Insurance Claims Arnagfd, 12 

e4^ 

New Building for, 21 m T s 

Royal Gift of Books to, 2 a 5 / 

Fund for Local Xmx>rovements in, 11a 3y 

Liberal Association, Annual Meeting, 29 » 

10 6 

Improvement Scheme. 21 m 7 s 

Ilie Members for Address their CoMtituents , 

ITa 11 c 
Openfog of the New Park at SmaBheatli, 7 

09/- 
Philosophicid Society, Dr. Heslop's Banquet, 

2j*6rf 
Police Charge against the Mayor, fte., 4 a 

12a--2r.;9s 

— Shakespeare Memorial Library, Meeting of 
the Committee on the Attempt to Restore, 24 s 
lis 

and Midland Institute >- Professor Mar 

Muller Elected President, 10 a 8 a— 11 a 3« 

BIBTIIB:--In Consequence of tike Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetic list 
from 1887, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of aU British Subjects borer 
abroad, which can be inspecM at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to Insert the Mininram* Lists as ad- 
vertised in the IVntet. 

Saxe-Meiningen, Princess Charlotte'mfe of 

the Prince of, of a Daughter, 14 m 7 o— 24 ■ 

11 /■ 
Triple at Biillwall, the Quecn'a Doiiat»v 

Sent. 28 a 13 6 
Marriages snd Baptisms, Begistratioii oC 

19a 85 
Bishop London's Fund, Pastoral on, 10 si 12 a 
Notes on, 13 m 8^d^l5 m 10 ef— 21 m 7 s— 

Black (A. W.) on the Price of Books, 81 m 9 c 
« Black snd White,'* Exhibition, at the DndUflj 

GalkTv, 10 jb t I 



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Bre- 



Black (A. W.) Mfldew of Walk, eji h 
Blackburo (— } Academy and Groircnor Notes, 

29 m 11 6 
Blacklej (Rot. W. L.) on Sute Aid and Control 

in Industrial Insurance, 10 m 14 5 
Blake ;Dr. C.) on Comparative Anatomy, 6^ 5/ 

on Mammalia, 28 m 10 « 

— *— on Reptiles. 30 m 6 6 

on the Types of Vertebrate Animals, 29 a 

IDs 
on the Zoological Collection of the British 

Mneeam, 4/ 6 s 
Blencowe (Geo.) on the Zulu War, 17 a 5 /— 22 

alO< 
Blennerhassett (B. P.) en the Law of Distraint, 

»ii 10/ 
Blind Home-teaching Society, Annual Meeting, 

19 m 6 / 
BKndnese Cured by Electricty, 17 > 7 if 
Blondin, the Acrobat, 80 ; 8 a 
Boileau (Major Qen.) on the Special Fund for 

the Soldiers' Daughters' Home. 27 m 13/ 
BolivU and Chili 4 a 6 <f— 7 a 6 o-9a II 6 
Bone Cavern in Ireland, 81 m 9 t 
BOOKS:— 

— Professor Clilford*s Remains in Preparation, 
lOaSif 

-^ Dickens's Dictionary of London, 27 m 12 / 

History of St. Genofeva, First Book in the 

Tyrol-Romausch Dialect, 23 m 6 a 

— Letters and Papers of Sir A. Fanizzi Prepar* 
inf for Publication, 15 m 10/ 

Literary Notes, 25 a 5 «— 18.; 10/— 27 1 9/ 

— Louis Blanc's New VoL of Letters from 
England, 19 m 7/ 

Lyons Library Bible, about to be Published, 

5m7d 

Michelet *< Le Banquet," a New Work, \a$a 

Professor Max Muller's Sacred Books of the 

East Nearly Ready, 16 m 9 /* 
— — New Publications in France, 14 a 8 e 
Sir a Panizzi's Book, 18 a 6 »— 19 a 18/ 

— Prioe of. Note on, 81 m 9 « 

Sale List of Firmin Didot's Library, 2 j 

7y— 7 ; 6 « 

of the Libraries of Dr. Ingleby and Mr. 



Hiorpe at Sotheby's, Had/' 

of the Books, MSS, Ac. of J, G. NichoU 



Eeiir., 7 a 1 1 a 

Early and Rare Editions of the Works 



of the Poet Laureate at Futtick and Simpson's, 
II a8e 

— Bp. Raess' Work in 16 Vols, of Converstons 
from Protestantism to Romanism, 22 a 6 ef 

— Sale of the Library of Rev. J. S. Brewer, 
Bj9e 

— Schopenhauer's Library Bequeathed to the 
Royal Library of Berlin, 8 a 4 s 

— Mr. Tennyson's Lover's Tale in the Press, 
18 M 6/ 

— Tirnu Column of New Books and New 
Editions, in «ach da^^i paper 

— Treitschke's Histoiy of Germany, 8 a 10 6 

— Universal Catalogue of Printed Books, 
Report of the Society of Art»en, Italia 

— Vatican Library, New Prefect, Sj5 f 
-— tee also Rkvlkws 



Borelli Tea Cunipany Report, 14 / 8 /* 
Borough Jewish Schools, Distribution of Prizes, 

24> 10 d 
Boscawen (M. St. Chad) on Assyrian Antiquities, - 

I m7<f 

Bosnia, Austrian Regulations Concerning, 3 m 7 A' 
Hadja Loja Escapes and is Recaptured, 21 

i7s 

and Herzegovina, 6 ; 5 rf 

International Printing Office in, 29 m 5 « 

Miscellaneous News, 22 a 5 c— 26 m 8 a~81 

m 7 e— 18 ; 5 if 

Novi Bazar Convention, i§€ Tubkbt 

Refugees in, 7 / 7 c 

Trial and Sentence on the Murderers of 

Consul Perrod, 7 a 6 / 

Twelve Bandits Executed in, 80 a 7 d 

Bottlger (D. C.) the Oxus River. 18 a 11 / 
Bourne (Stephen) some Phases of the Silver 

Question, 12 o 6 </ 
Bousfleld (E. H.) on Sir Bartle Frere, 28 m 10 s 
Bower (Lt. Col.) Arming of Cavalry, 8 / 10/ 
Bowles (GeOr) Depression of Agricultu«ie, 8 a 1 1 s 
Bowling (C. R.) on Provident Dispensaries, 80 

; 18 d 
Bowyer (Sir Geo.) on Nursing the Sick, 9 j 12/ 
— on the House of Lords, 24/11/ 
Liability of Trustees, ft a 7 f^lO a 10 e— 

12a ]2e— 14a4e 
Boyle Lectures ^Subject, 29 a 10 s 
Brabrook (E. W.) Anthropometric System, 18 a 

II d 

Brackenbory (CeL) Lecture on Military Trans-- 

ports, 9i 14 a 
Bradford Art Gallery and Museum, Opening of,- 

29m5f 
Bradfleld Union, Arbitrary Conduct of, 19 m 12' 

/-.27 w 7 / 
Bradley (R. H. A.) on Empty Churches, 6 j Bf 
Brady (Dr.) Ilhiess of, 28 a 8 c/— 80 all/ 
Brassy (Thomas) at Birkenhead, 19 a 6 a 

Naval Reserve of Ships, 7jl2f 

on the Size of Ironclads, 18 m 4 « 

BRAZIL: — 

Budget, 6 a 7 s— 14 a 3/ 

Banco Nacional, the Premier Resigns, BmB<t 

Bp. of Para and the Freemasons, 6 u 7 s 

■ Forbids the Arrest of Protestants for not 

Honouring the Host^ 14 a 8 s 

Case of the Banco Nacional, 24 a 6/ 

and China. 7 a 8 e— 12/ 7 d 

«-— Education, 24 m 7 s— 26 m 8 ft 

Finances, 14 a 8 s— 18 a 6 e— 16 m ft /-12' 

i-7rf— 16i8e 

Ministerial Crisis, 25 i 7 tf 

Miscellaneous News. 29 a 5 c^l9 m 8 e*-7' 

j7d 
-i— New Loan, 28 ; 7 s 
Taxes, ft / ft s 



Paper Money, 26 m 8 6 — 8 ; ft d 

Proceedings in the Chambersi 8 ei ft d— .14 

m 7 c— 28 m ft /— 4 / ft/-19> 7 «-.2ft> 7 d 

Ram Season in, 18 a ft s 

— Return of Russian Immigrants, 14 m 7 c 

Weather in*, 30 m ft s 

Broach of Promise ef Mvvriage, Notes on, 8 m 8^ 

«-9 m 11 c— lO'M' 12 c^l2 m 18 s 



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PALMBK's IlTDKX TO ^' THB TIMES * NEWSrAPKR. 



[April 1 to 



(Cambridge Uniyetsity CconUnuech, 

81sde Prolestor—Subject for Lecturtn, 10 

m]3< 
* — Teachers' Tnuning Syndicate. ij9J 
Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholarships Award, 80 

.* Winohetter Beading Priie, Award, 80 a 11 

y— 10 m 12 « 
•Cameron (Commander) Journey in the Eait, 6 ; 

10/ 
(Rev. Mr.) Tour through £aetem Tibet, 7j 

ba 
<Camorra of Naplea, 19 i 19 a 
Campbell (Colm) on the Conference with Noor 

Mahomed, 22mSb 

(J. S.) Deccan Agrarian RioU, 6 j 8 6 

:OANADA:— 

. American Troopi in Montreal-* the Brook- 
lyn Regiment, 4 ; cf 
._ and Britieh Columbia, 10 a 6 <f— 26 a 7 «— 

8m7« 
— Caae of Mr. Lelellier de St. Juit, 6 a 7 «— 

7 a 6 c*8 a 7 d^ll a 9 a— 16 a 10 /— 26 a 7 

e— 6 m 8 6—19 m 8 c—16 j 8 e— 20 jB tf— 23 j 

86 
.— Celebration of Her Majesty*! Birthday in, 

26iii8 6 
M Colonel of the Brooklyn Regiment has a 

PriTate Audience of the Princess Louise, 28 




lotton Operatives for, 15 m 10 s 
^— the Marquis of XiOrne and the Princess Open 

to the Public a New Terrace at Quebec, 1 ly 5 <f 
Miscellaneous News, 21 m 7 </— 9 J 8 a— 26 

ySs— 28;7« 
— ^ Movements of the Ooremor General and 

the Princess, 81 m 7 <f— 2 ; 8 </— 8 > 6 t 
National Legal Tender Currency, Meeting 

to Support, Sm 6 d 
— and Newfoundland, 14 a 8 e 
Order Prohibiting American Cattle to be 

Imported, 6 m 8 e — 7 i* 7 d 
. Permission for United Sutes Militia to 

Visit under Arms Rescinded, 2ijTJ 
— — Politics in, 16 a 6 c 
«— - Princess Louise Lays the Comer Stone of 

the New Kent Gate in Quebec, 18> 5 s 
»-^ Proceedings in Pailiament, 9 o ft s— 11 a 3 

«._38 a 7 (/— Ift m 5 t~16 m 6 e 17 m 7 e 

Railways, 10 a 5 cf— 22 mhd 

> Statistics in, 29 m 6 « 

— — Removal of the LU Gov. of Quebec Recom* 

mended by the Imperial Gov., 18 m 8 e 
j«-— Repeal of the Insolrency Law, 2 m 6 s~12 

m86 
..i..— Revenue and Tariff of, 28 i |2 d 
— ^ Rifle Team Leave for England, 8 i* 5 d 
St. Patrick*8 Society at Montreal Invite the 

New York Regiment a Dominion Day, 12 j Id 
Denied, 13^*5 e 



Tariff. 8 a 7 y— 18 aii&e 

Canada Company, 24 j 7 « 

Canadian CatUe Trade, 26 ; SJ-^^Sj 13 d 

Railway Dining-Cars, dfSd 

Canal Boats Act and the Paddington Vestiy, 11 

a4/- 

mtor Lectures, 24 a (5 /"— 29 a 5 rf— 7 mB e 



OANALS 1— 

Grand Junction, 4i 7/ 

Inter-Oceanic, International Congresi to 

Carry out, 14 m 6 6—16 m 6 d^W m 7 /-» 

m 6 a— 22 w 10 c— 24 m 13 6—27 m 7 «-38a 

is, two fio/ioM— 30 m 6 a 4 f—90j 9 < 

M. Lesseps on, 24 j 6 6 

Madras Irrigation and Canal Company, 29 

m 7s 

Regent**, 21 a 9 1/ 

State of Shares in Companiee, Mettvvydayt 

paper 
Canterbury (Abp. of) Intercession for Missiooi, 

9i»i6/ 

■ Movements of, 5 ; 9 e 

Cathedral, New Canon, 1ft m 10 s 

Church Building and Endowment Sods^i 

Annual Meeting, 18 m 10 e 
Cape Copper Mining Company, Annual B^iorti 

19 m 9/ 
— Diamonds, 11 a 6c 
OAFE OF GOOD HOPE:— 
the Boers in Natal, 12 m 13 6--16 a ft i-18 

a 10 a— 19 a ft/* 

and the Transvaal, 4 i 10 / 

Sir BarUe Frere*s Policy, 17 m ft •—28 m 



10 e 



at Pretoria, 17 a ft •— 3 m 12 
10 a— 16 m 10 e 



10 s 



*n\ 



—8m 

the Govemiuent and the War, 80 m 10 tf 

Mail Service. 1ft m 10 « 

Mission to the Boers, Success of, 84 si 6 < 

Note about, 6i 6 6 

— Our Policy in. Note on, 28 m 8 e 

Parliauientary Debate on, 29 m ft/ 

StiipNews, 14a8a 

Situation in, from ''Our Correspoadent," 

10 m ft a 

South African Chiefs, Iftj ft d 

System of Defence by the Colonists, 84a 11 < 

— <— War in Zulu Land, ms Zulu War 
Capper (S. J.) on Capital Punishment in Swit- 

cerland, 29 m 12 a 

on Dr. DolUnger and the Vatican, 10 « ]8< 

on the Old Catholic Movement in Switatr- 

land, 12 a 10 e 
Carlo (Signer) the Concert Painter, 8 a 10 a 
Carnarvon Tiaining College, 29 a ft/ 
Carnarvonshire Police. 3 m 13 y— 80> 8 6 
Carpet Trade of Kidderminster, 27 m 11/ 
Carter (R. B.) on Diminishing the Coet of Plo- 

duction, 8 m 6 / 
Carver i Dr.) Prince of Wales*s Present to^ for 

his Skill in Rifle Shooting at Sandringban, 24 

a 12 a 
Casablanca, Terrible Fever in, 9 a 5 s 
Caitelar (Signer) Letter to Mr. Potter, Explain- 
ing why he cannot Visit England this Tesr, 

20^8 a 
Cathedral Statutes Bill, 19 a 9 « 
Catholic Emancipation, Jubilee of, 1ft a 7 tf 

Survivors of the Act, 21 a 13 t 

-— * Synod at Berne, 27 > ft cf 

— — Temperance League of the Crosi, Amrasl 

Meeting, 15 a 6 </ 
Total Abstinence Leigue of the Croaa, !)•« 

monst ration in Hyde Park, ^flf 



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Catholic Uniun of Great Britain, Annual Me«t- 

in(f.20>6/ 
CATTLE:— 

Diseaae in Baden and Alsace, 12 a 7 e 

Official Orderti about, 10 m 7 /*— U m 7 </ 

Plague— Frefh Outbreaks, 24 w 7 a 

in the Provinces, 14 a 5 6^21 a 5 <i— 18 



— Importation of, from the United Statei, 
Order in Council about, 6 a 9 < — 8 a 5 a 

— Mode of Transmitting Live to England bj 
Suspending Animation, 26 m 6 d^3J 6 c 

— Note on, 4 / 6 « 

— Plague in America, s€e Amekica 
in Bohemia, bald 

in the Provinces, 7 a 9/ 



Shipment of Siiorthorns for Melbourne, 12 

m 8 c 

Shipments from America, 23 a 7 € 

State of Trade in, see tvti-y day^s paper 

Caucasus. Locusts in, Ih m bd 

Terrible Mortality in, 18 m 5 <f 

Caution to Tradesmen, 12 a 10 6 
Cave (Stephen) Health of, 10 m 1 1 /* 

( — ) o» ***>or ^*^ Removal, 21^11/ 

Cavendish College, <ee CAMSBioax 
Celtic in the British Idles, 21 a 6 </ 
Cemeterjr, New, at Bexley Heath, 14 / 11 / 
Centenarian — Chas. Orton, S m li h 

liev. Canon Beadon, 12 / 13 < 

Mrs. Romer. Aged 109. 10 ; 7 c 

Central Ai rica^ Col. Gordon in, 6 a 4 d 

Asia, Miscelianeous News. 13 m 5 s 

(^bamber of Agriculture, Monthly Meeting, 

9o7/— 7 w 12 c— 9 w 57*— 26 m I3rf— U ;8A 
Tenants' Defence Association, Meeting, IS 

a 5 e 
Cemuschi (H.) on the Silver Market, 20 i/i 18 a 
Ceylon, Coffee Yi..*lds in, 27 m 5 s 

Company', J 9 a 8 a 

Depressed State of Tiade in. Sj Oa 

' Ecclesiastical Grants, 29 m 5/ 

Presbyterians in, 19 / 8 c 

Cbadwick (^David; oa the New Banking Bill, 1 

M iO s 
- — (Edwin) on Sewap^e Farming. 27 /n 9/ 
Challis '^Geo. W.) Liability uf Trustee^ 10 a 10 c 
ChsniberUin ( — ) at Birmingham, 17 a 11 « 
Lttttor to the Birmingham Glood Templars 

Electoral Union, 17 o 4/ 
Change of Parts, 7j $ f 
CEANQiS OF SU&KAMES &o. :— 

Adams, John, to be Franklin- Adams, 1 m 1 6 

Arnold, E. P., and Brothers and Sisters, to 

be Arnold-Fosrter, 19/16 

Crichton, E. J., to be Morriss. \7j I b 

CumberlMitch, C. C to be Cave, 10 w I ft 

Halliwell, J. O., and Daughter, to be ilttlli- 

well-PhiUlpps, 31 «M I 6 
Hawkins, E. B., to be Black- Hawkins, 16 

Alb 

Hitchinsp J. H., to be Hewett, 6 j'i b 

Hollick, F., to be Van Hollick, 9 j 1 6 

~- Howell, H. Gt to be Gwynne, 2 m 1 6 

Lake, Phcebe, to be Watson, 9 m 1 6 

-^«- Lowe, M. M., to be Mosley, 10 a 1 6 
^«* Lutto, Isaac, to be Lewis, 6 m 1 6 



Change of Snmames (continued). 

Mogg, Wm., to be Clifton-Mogg, 81 m 1 6 

Onions, Samuel, and Brothers and Sisters, 

to be Wenyon. 26 »i 1 b 

Stone, W. E., to be Elphinstone-Stone, 8 a 

lb 

Thompson, Henry, to be Valentine-Thomp- 
son, 16 m 1 6 

Chapel Royal, Savoy, Annual Commemoration 
Service of the (irder of St. John, at, 20i 8 a 

Distribution of the Prixes to the Scholars, 

26a 11/— 12 m \3 d 

Names of the Preachers, 29 m 11 ^ 



' — Preachers, I m 8 6— 13 ; 10 r 

Chapman (F. S.) Retrenchment in India. 4j6d 

Chsri table Appeals and Donations, 8ee each Society 

or Charity 
ChAtity Concert at Steinway, Mdlle. Bulewski 

makes her First Appearance, 2 j \i/ 
Organization, Notes on, 7 a 8 c — 11 a 6 c— 

15 a !(»/— 16 a 12 c— 18 all/ 

Society. Annual Meeting, 7 « 11 « 

Conferences. 8 m 6 /— 14 / 10 6 

and the Forged Loans, 22 w 5 d 

Lectures at Exeter Hall, 14 m 12 d 

Return of Cases Dealt with, 5 a 10 o— 

2 m 10/— 30 m 10/" 

Voting, 30 m 6 <f 

Cheltenham College, Annual Examination, 12 J 

13 c 
Chemical Society. Annual Meeting, I a 10/ 
Cheason ^V. A.) on the Zulu War, 10 a 10 d 
( F. W.) Bp. Coleuso on the Zulu Question, 

2 J 12 d 

on Cetewayo*8 Messengers. 24 ; 8 a 

Chester {^Mp. of) on Ritualism. 6 m 10 <f 

Mii»icHl Festival hC. 16 /a 10 « 

Chichester Cathetlral, New Canon Installed, 20 j 

11 d 
Chillers (— ) Leaves for Paris for his Marriage, 

1 1 a 7 / 
Children's Exhibition at Battersea, 15 a 4 a 

r- at Dresden. 20 a 5 e 

Mnliulv. II New Disease, to be Called 

••Wiu-oiiti's Dise«i»e," iO w 7 d 
CHILI: — 
Hhxtknde of the Iquique, 26 a 9 r — 3 j 6 d 

— 3i 7 «— 4 ? (;/--hi./ a r 

Bolivians Marchiiig on, 7 a 6 c — 16 a 7 a — 

18 rr 5 « 

Bombard Pisngua 26 «i 9 c 

'change of ihe Miiii»try. 16 m 5 e 

^ — Declaration or the War Aimounced to Eng- 
land, 23 a 5 a 

and ihe Kn^^riigli Govurnment on the Guano 

DepositM, 19 m 8 c 

Mis. eila neons New.-. 3 ^ 5 « --20 « 5 d — 1 m 

b dik.e—\2 inii b— I ."; m 5 c — I »» /// a e— 20 /« 13 
u—20 M 14 h—'^o fu H //— 2.1 PI o / -28 m 9 f— 
80 /N 10 c—2 i 1 1 /— 6 ; » /- 9 / 8 ^— 28> 7 « 

Ntite shout, 2:W* I4 #/ 

Olfii-ial Keporrs. 2'» / !0 m 

Tradtf wi»h I'eru Pioliibiied, H in 5 d 

Vessels c^hanging Fla^fb, 13 //i 5 d 

War with Peru, i4 ii a / — 15 « 5 rf— 23 a 7 

</— 24 a r. /— 2ri a 8 d—2i>' a 10 e— 30 a 7 e-^'A 
m 5 d & € — 5 th b b 



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PALMEJt S INDICX TO " TilK TIMRS NKWSPAPKR, 



[April \ U 



I hili, War News, 19 m 8 c— 3 / 5 d -i j 5 /*— 7 / 
8 fl— lij la «— 18y 5 <- Uy 7 c/— 16 f 8c— 17 
7 7 c— 19 J 7rf— 2a> 12 c/— 25; 7 <f~28/6 o 

rhimpanzee, Grief in, 18 u II / 

CHINA :~ 

ami Corca, 2 m \0 e 

Cotton Mills Eatttbiibhed in, 5 a 4 c 

- — Faruine, 13 j 4 a 

Ko'ichon Mivsion.'irv Outrngc, 14 /n 5 e 

Idea of IJarristera in, 14 m o i 

f»nd Japan. 2 »i 10 r 

Kn(» SSinjf-tRo, 2 j A d 

-^ Kuldja Ceded lo, 5 m 7 / 

Loan, 15 a 4 & 

Mail Service in, 5 o 4 « 

New Diplomatic Armiigements in, 12 o 8/ 

— — Offices for the Sale of Uonours and Titles 

Closed by Edict, 13j4a 

Silver Market. 14 m 6 « 

Travelling in, 7j 6 b 

\, hiiia and Charity- Sale of Rer R. Waldoub- 

Thorp's Collection of Rare China to be Given 

in ( hina, 7 ; 12 i/ 
lliinese Coolies in Cuba, 2 m B a 

IinmigrKnts. }G a H e 

Insciiption from Troy. \0j*3 f—]<jj 10 b 

('!i:iiitian Comuiunity. Annual Meeting:, 2 j 6 h 
Chiitftianity among the Jewb, Annutil Meeting, 

1? w of 
K hux h Arscciation. Spiing Conference, 19 m 5e 

l^uilding Society. Annual Meeting, 26 /n 6e 

iJeiL-nce A«suciaiioD, Annual Meeting, 2C m 

Hid 

of England Sunday School Institute, 12m 

:./ 

Tenjjierance Srociety, Annual Meeting, 19 

m 5 e 
of Iieland Susteniation Eund, AnnualMeot- 

lo;;. 2 i no 
Livii gs, Sale of at the Auction Mart, 26 a 

\'2 d—r,i a 11 e 
Mifihioi nry J^(»ciety. Meeting. 12 m 5 e 

^li^d:ly School Intitule, Annual Meet- 
ing, 19 m 6 /■ 

Fu^lorttl Aid Society, Anniversary Meeting, 

lL'w6€ 
hciipture-Rcoders' Association, Annual 

Meeting, 24 m 5 d 
• Services Abroad, (Confirmation in France 

anu Kelgiuni, 12 a 7 J 

- Temporalities in Inland, 13 / 12 6 

i. hurches and Congregations, Notes on, 12 m 8 c 

—20 m VI f 
Cigais, Auiiquity of, 12/ 14 6 
t AicnceBler Chamber of Agriculture, 2 o 11/ 
I iiy (. hiiri b and Churchyard Froiection Society, 

New l■'re^ident, \1 ) K d 
of GlHdgow Life Assurance Company, 26 a 

13 h 
— - and Guilds of London Institute for Techni- 

ixl hducHtion. Exaniinatons, \ m \^ b 
- — Improvements, 4 <» 10 y 

- oi London Conservative Banquet to H. M. 
Ministeis, 11; 9/— 24/6/' 

^r— Real Properly Company, 28 m 11 / 

School, 6 ; 8 c 

^- Parochial Charities Commisblou, 1 //< 8 6 



City Orthopaedic Hospital, Anniversaiy Fert»'*l 
12.; 7 a 

Provident Dispensary, Annireriary Feiti- 

ral. 19 m \\\ f 

Pieuierubtancer, Mr. Roberta not BerigM^- 

3 m 1 1 /• 
CIVIL ACTIONS :— 

Adair r. Young. 14 ni G i— 19 w66— 20««rf 

Adnms r. Huiehiris and Ronifr, 28im4(^ 

Adamson t\ Newcastle Steamship AssttiiDrt 

Assoeiaiiun. 19 / 6 c 

Ahearn r. Btliman. 18 ; 4c 

Airev »•. livford. 27 ; 4 </ 

re Albion Li'e A isurance Society, lS/<f 

Alliitice Hank of Simla and the United 

Bsnk of India u. Brine. 14 i/i 6 c 

Ande^^on r. 0[»enheim, 11 i 4 a 

— '- )% Anglo- American Leather Cloth Con* 

panv. 31 f M 6 cf 

rt Antonelli, 23.; 7/— 28 ; 7 e 

Arcuius V rollings and anotlier, I « 11 / 

Ashley v. Taylor, IS w 4 o 

-—* A spin V. Same, S a 4 a — 4 a 4 ft 

Tt Athenian Marble Company, 7 a 4 a 

Atlantic Mutual losuntice Company. r> 

Huih, 26/5/' 

re an Attorney, 4 a 4 f 

— — Attorney-General v, Gerrish, 13 j 4 c 

r. Messageries Mariiimea de France, 16 



•i4c 



v. Tomline, 20 m 6 </~21 m 6 f 
v. Tyasen- Amherst, 3 a 4 « 



Alt wood V. Sellar, 17 m 6 c 

Babcock i». Lairuon, 14iN6e^I1;4^ 

Bagot f. Bagot, 6 ; 10 «--26 ; 10 a-27j J» 

Ball r. Church Teroporalities CemaitriioQ- 

ers, 9 i/i 9 y 

V. Plummer, 16 ; 6 c — M jhf 

Baniater ir. Local Authority of Middleiei. 

8 ci 6 a 

Bank of Montreal v, Tminger, 28 j6i 

f e Bankruptcy Prosecution, 7 o 4 a 

Barker v. Hopper, 19 w 6 c 

Barrow i;. City Bank, 29 m 4i^ 

and another w. ('ity Bank, 21 ; 5 / 

Barilett v. Burrowcs, 8 m € c 

Bautn V. Roberts, 8 o 6 c 

Beddovv i-. Holland and aoothtf» \1 m^ ^ 

— )9 m 6<? 

Beliniiig V, Luabington, 21 a IS J 

Bekling r. Norwich Union Fire IntarMC* 

Society, 2?> j 4 d 
re Bcatham Mills Spinning Company, 33 *» 

4a 
Berdan v. Greenwood and another, 16 » ♦ 

c— 13? 4 s 

re Bcsant. 5 o 6 a^^8 a 6 a— 10 a i c 

rt Belts. 23 o 6 </ 

Bignell V. Licensing Juaticea of the ^^^ 

James' Division, 21a 13,/* 

- .V. Uorsley, 2 m 4 6 — 3 m 5 f 



Blackwood r. Hill, 24 a 4 a 

re Hlellock, 2 ; 6 rf 

Bol'vian Government v.BoliriaB Navigtt»o 

Company, 26 a 13 a 
re Bolton Benefit Loan Society, 26ai**- 

'Mm ^d 



Jane 30, 1879.] palmer's inOkx to '* iuk ti.mes - xewspaver. 



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Civil Actions (rontlntf^if), 

Bonner v. North Metro[>olitan Tramirajs 

Company, 24 / 4 </ 
re Booth. 1 9 fN 6 c 

Bottom p. Bremer. 20 ni 4 rf 

re British and Foreign Fire Oifii-c Comp<any, 

26ni 6e 

Briton V. Pik«, 2^=^ a G </ 

Brown v. Guardians of the Biggleswade 

Union, 19 m 5 f/ 

Badd ».'. Harris, fi m 4 d 

Bull V. Clarke, 20 7 4 « 

- Bnllnck & Co. w. Corri« & Co., 1 a 4 a 
Burke v. Rooney, 9 a 4 rf 

-^ Bums V. Nowell, 12 / 6 a 
Burton x\ Rogers, 80 m 6 ^ 

— re Bury Hat Manufacturing Company, 5 a 
6 6 

Butler V. Metropolitan Board of Works, 30 

• 10/ 
Biitterworth and another v. Central Bank 

of London, 12 m 6 6 

re Cae-pen-ty Colliery Company, 21 ; 6 a 

rt Capel Tramways Company, 2C m 6 € 

Carroll v. Hamilton, 13 m e 

Castleberg v. Kenyon, 16 / 6 d 

Chamberlaine ». Barnwell. 22 m 4 c 

re C\iAx\n% Cross Foot-bridge, 20 / 4 a 

— — Charteris v, Barnes, 12 o (> c 

— - €x parte Chick— r« Mf>reditb, 16 m 4 a 

Christie v. Noble. 31 m 6 e 

Churchill u. rhesnmt, 24 /i 4 * 

Clayton t\ Clagett and others. 17 m C </ 

Clifton r. Roy and others, 20 m 6 « 

Clieaold 0. Bean ley. 30 m 4 <^— 2 j 6 /* 

Coats r. London and South Western Uail- 

way, 27 w 6 J— 29 m 4 r 

• re Cobbin. Goods of, 25 j 5 d 

— - Cock V. Cromar and others. 23 m 4 </ 
Cole, Marchani A, Co. r. Firth, H w 6 d 

— Collingridge t\ Ahier, S a C c— a 4 d— 2:1 
aGd 

Note on, 24 o 1 1 « 

' Collins r. Dorosne. 24 i 5 6 

V, Vestry of Paddington. 2 a 4 & 



re Colonial Assurance Corporation, 30 / G c 

Commissioners of Prisons v. Corporation of 

Liverpool, li m 6 d 

' — • re Compressed Tea Company, 8 m 5/ 

Coop t'. Booth. SI m6 d 

' — - Cooper r. London, Brighton and South 
Coast Railway. 2a4d 

• re Copyright Act. 23 m 4 b 

Corporation of Birmingham v. Bromwich 

ImproTement Commissioners, 30 m 4 c 

• — Courcher v. Sharmati, 3 « 4 (i 

re Courbet, 8 a 6 6 

- — ' Cox V. Mandeville. 9 /i 4 « 

Crmwker i'. Gould. \im6 d 

-^-Creswell t\ Parker, 10 « 4 r 

Crofton V. Gautier, 20> 4 d 

rt Cruelty to Animals Act, Conviction Un- 
der, 27 m He 

ear parfe Dalrymple— r« Dalrymple, 1 6 m 4 6 

— Dashwood 1;. Jenny n, 12 ; 5 / 

-— Daridson v. Mayling and another, 2 m 4 rf 

Dari«s i?. M'Vedgh, 28 m 4 a 



Civil Actions (rontinneJ). 

D'Avig ior v. Labouchere, 21 j Cb 

Davis V. MVenyrh, 7 /« 6 r 

DAwkins v. Williamson, 21 j 6 c--26^ 4 /- 

27 / 4 c 

V. Antrobus, 24/ 4 e 

Dean and others v. Green, 11 j i e 

re Debenture Trust, 3 mi 5 f 

De Gruchy v. Wills and Wife. 20 / 4 c 

Deleuw i\ 'Great Eastern Railway, 24 m G ^ 

Dicks V. Brooks, 2 7 6 </ 

Dixon r. Sea Insurinte Company, 28 a 6 '/ 

— 5 m 5 /* 

w. treble. 23 m 4 d 

Dodsworth and another v, Ridgway ami 



another, 22 m id 
— — Drew i». Nunn, 2; 6 <if 

Duchesne and Wife o. Cooper and another. 

15 m 4 c— 16 m 4 d^il m 6 d 

Edwards v. Blaber and Focock, 12 ; 6 ^~- 

13> 4 e 

Emma Filler Mining Company v, Lewis and 

others, 14 m 6 d^lo m 4 b— 24 m B e 

re English Channel SSteaniship Company — 

ex parte Burkinyoung, 7 a 4 o 

Erskine v. C^entral African Company, 28 m 6 c 

Evans V, Burgess, 20jid 

Kv.erfrfis»ld t'. Spence. 18 w 4 c 

Evershed v. Korth StafiFordshire Railway, 

25a 4 d 

rieltl r. Sells. 16/6 e 

and Wife v. Brent, 2jGd 

Fjelding v Girfside and othe»-s. 27 m G ft 

Pish and others v. Fullon, 2 a 4 a 

Fij«lH»r f. Shirley, 19 »i 6 r 

Flockhart v. Clsirkson. 6 m 6 a — 15 m 4 ^ 

Flux and another v, Cummiug, 30 m 4 V— 

'24j4h 

F(»3ter V. Wright, 6 m 4 c— 7 m 6 c 

]'o likes r. Metropolitan District Railway, 

3 ff 4 c 

l^'ox and Bousfield r. Hardy, 6 a 6 « 

Freshwater v. Cory and others. 24 / 4 /• 

Fuller and another v. Anthony, 19 m (if 

— — Gay V. Labouchere, 13 m 4 6 — 20 ; 4 a 

Gilbert and another r. Sabunjie, i4 j 6 «— 

15/;»4/ 

Gillespie & Co. r. Marshall. a 4 h 

Glusjop V. iiestou and Xsleworth Local Board, 

10 m 5/ 

Godfrey and Wife r. London and South 

Western Railway. \7 i d d 

re Gold Company. 26 m 6 «— 26 j 4 h 

Grange c. Great Griirshy Herald^ {) m 4 b 

Great Western Railway i\ Pocock, 21/0 r 

Green wall r. M* Murray, 7 w 6 « 

Greer v, Poole, 28 m 4 c 

Griffiths r. London and St. Katharine Docks 

Company, 2 m 4 d 

Guest V, Boycott and others, 8 a 6 c 

Hague r. Milton, 23 m 4 b—llj 4 e 

Hnhn v. Smart, 14 ; 6 A 

Hall r. Jennings and another, 29 m 4 cf 

V. .lupe. 23 o 6 cf 

V. Schillizxi, 21 > 4 c— 21 j 6 A— 23> 6 r — 

24 i 4 d 

and White v. Board of Works, 29 a 4/ 



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PAUISB's IKDKX to ^' THB TIMES KKWSPAPER. 



[April 1 l^ 



Civil Aotioni (rontinved). 

Hamilton v. Queen*! Proctor, 28 m 4 d 

Hiiniley v. Crump. 14 7 6 c 

Harris v, London and South Western Rail- 
way. 28^*6 « 

Hamson v. Mantfield, 21 a 18/ 

Hart V. Sceptre and Licensed Victuallers' 

and General Life Assurance Society, 19 j 6 b 

Harvey v, Abp. of Canterbury, 26j6d 

Hattersley v. Carlisle, 2S m 4 b 

Haycoz v. Sir G. Chetwynd, 22 m 4 <f 

r* Daydock Colliery Explosion Belief Fund, 

80j6s 
.— — re Healey New Mill Company, 5 a 6 6 
— — Healon v. Wilkinson and others, 8 a 4 (f — 4 
a 4 b~7 aid 

Heindrich v, Behrens, 16m4c— 16m4 e— > 

njSa 
-— — re Hempsted and Phflsniz Iron and Crank 
Work, 26 m 6 e 

Henry v. Queen, 7 m 6 e — 10 « 6 a—lO m 6 e 

■ and others v, Lazard & Co., 28 a 6 e — 24 

04 0^25 3/*— 28a 6e 

Heyden e. Newstadt, 14 a 4 d 

Highton and others v. Trehearne and an- 
other, 4 a 4 e— 27> 4 rf~28 i 6/ 
Hill and others v. Mnnsgers of the Metro- 
politan Asylum District, 21 w 6 e— 22 m 4 a— 
28 m4h 

H iort r . London and North Western Bail way, 

14 m 6 h — 15 m 4 n 

re Holyhead Shipbuilding Company, 31 mSd 

Honierfihnm r. Homersham, 19 m 6 e 

Hciok p. London Chatham and Dover Rail- 
way, \dj6d 
— Household Fire Insurance Company v. 
Grant, 24 m 6 a 

Howell r. West and another, Sm4 b 

H umber ('ommissioners v. Talbot andothcrs, 

2T in fi c 

V. North Staffordshire Railway, 20 9 4 6 

Hunter v. Young. 20 m 6 c 

H utley and another v. Grimston and another, 

SmBc 
Hutton V. Font-y-Myn Lead Mining, Co., 

10a4d 

re Infant Children, 18 / 4 </ 

Ingram and another f. Cockle, 27 m 6 • 

re an Intended Action, 4 a 4 6 

— — Jackson r. Knight, 18 ; 4 d 

Jacobson v. liubinson and Fisher, 26 a 6 e 

Jennings v. Duncnn, 28 ; 6 e 

Jones r. Duke and Duchess of Westminster, 

5 o G e— 7 a 4 c— 8 a 6 c— 26 a 6 e 

V. London, Chatham and Dover Railway, 



12 m 66 

r. Srott. 2 n 



4d 



— re J ustiees at Totnes and a Complaint under 
the Crnelty to Animals Act, 9 m 4 c 

of Berkshire— re Publican's License Ap- 
peal. 26 m 6 e 

Kain v. Farrer, 1 a 4 cf— 2 a 4 e— 3 a 4 c— 

4^4 1/-.5 a 6 c— 8 m 4 6—9 m 4 c— 10 m 6 6 
— 12iii6e 

_ re "Kathleen Maroumeen " and "Dermot 

AMhore," 1ft m 4 a— 22 m 4 a— 12 ; 5/ 
— KcATs r. AdiiDiK and another. 2 mi d 



Civil Actions (rontinved), 

Kelly V, Byles, 8 w 4 er 

Kent V. Yaughan, 21 a 18/ 

re Kent Tramways Company—Pikes Claiiii» 

7a4a— 11>4 e 

Kidston v. Coi, 13 j 4 e 

King V. Sandeman and others, 19 m € tf 

Lade v, Cecil and another, 20 i 4 a 

Lambertini r. AntonelH, 12 a 7 e^ 

re Land Mortgage and SaTingsBank Com- 
pany, 7 a 4 « 

Langton v. Howell, 19 m 6 e 

Lax and another v. Mayor, &c. of Darliagtoa, 

26; 4 e 

Lea Conserrancy Board v. Button, 24m 4d 

— ^ Learoyd v. Emmens, 24 m 6 e 

Lee V. Nuttal, 21 ; 5/ 

— ^ Leete r. Leete, 18/4 e 

Lefroy w. Bumride, 17i 9/ 

Leslie & Co. v. Gale & Co., 3 a 4 5 

L'Estrange v. Harding, 1 a 4 e 

Letchford v. Oldham, 10 a 4 d—ltj 6 e 

Le Touzel v. Roy, 14 j 6 e— 24 ; 4 d 

— Lewis V. Cecil, 17 j 6/— 20^ 4 a 
V. Bandford. 20 i 4 a 

Leycester and Price v. Graiehrooke, 2 y 6 tf 

re Licensing Justices of Bolton, I a 4 6 

Magistrates at Bournemouth, 6m A d 

— of Glocestcrshire, 17^ 6 a 
re Limerick and North Kenj Junctkm 



agaiaMi 1 



Railway, 16j 6e 

— Local Board of Health, Complaint 
27 m 6 e 

— Lock r. Sonth Western Railway, 29 a 4 e 

— London and ^orth Western Railwaj v. 
Metropolitan District Railway, \2jSd 

V. Warwick and Birmingham CansJ, Ac^ 



18y4</— 19;6</ 

and fek>uth Western Bank v. Wcntwortb, 

18 m 4 c— 16 m4j 

Gas Light Company r. Rots, 26 j 4 d 



Long V, Millar, 15 m 4 a 

Lords of the Admiralty 0. Shepherd asd 

another, 4 a 4 if— 7 a 4 6—8 a 6 6 

re Lydgate Spinning Company, 26 m € e 

Macclesfield, Earl of, and others, a. ConTie- 

tion, 4 a 4 6 
Maodonough v, Joyce, 10 m \$J — 13 n 10 ^ 

—16 m 6 /• 

Macfarlane r. Bennett, 27 m 6 e 

Magnus v. Tonikins, Id m 4 cf 

Mackenzie and another v. Lefeaon and 

others, 16 m 4 (/--16 m 4 cf 

Macreth v. Bruce and another, 27 j 4 e 

Mallet V. Howitt, 21 m 6 6 

re Mammoth Copperopolis of Utah, 20J4u 

Mansel v. Attorney- General, 30 a 6 s 

March V. Cecil and another. 20j4a 

Mark wick v. Clsrk and another, 28 ; G c 

Martin v. Mackonochie^ 13 j 4/— 30 f 5 d 

Mason r. Nicholson, 29 m 4 J— 2 i 6 e— 16 / 

6rf— 17;6c 

Massey v. Allen. 27 ; 4 6 

Mastin v. London Steamboat Company, 17 



m 6 c 

— Mathiessen 

24 ill 1) c 



V. London and County Bstok, 



.ij 



r 



June 30, 1879.] TALum^s index to " the times '^ NEWsrAPKR. 



Civ 



Ciyil ActionB (^continued), 

Matheison v. Paton, 17 j 6a 

Maxwell V. Cartwright — re Maxwell, 8 a 6a 

— May V. Great Northern Railway. 18/4 c 

Maylan and Thortby v. Hoy lea and another, 

2 m 4« 

M'Connell v. Noone, SO m 4 

M*Culloch ». Sheriff, 80 m 4 c 

— M* Henry r. Balfour and otbert, } m Ac 

: M*Le%n Brothers and Bigg v. Proprietors 

of Hay*8 Wharf. blmBd 

re M'Wade, \3j4d 

— - Mercier v. Annesley, 18 m 4 <* 

re Metropolitan District Railway and Cost, 

7a4a 

re Michael SaUiran—a Will Caie, 28y 9 / 

— 80i 8 c 

Migotti V. Colvill, 13 i 4 c 

Mitchell V. Longbottom, 7 a 4 k 

Molyneox v. Same, SN) m 6 cf 

Moody V. Stales, 25 7 6 ^ 

re Moore Oolding Mining Company, 19^ 6 & 

Moore r. Gipper and another, 2/ 6 e 

r. hegget 18 ; 5 e 



Morris and others v. Reddish and others, 

10a4e 
^— Murdoch v. London Street Tramways Com- 
pany, 80 m 4 e 

Myers v, Defries, 2 m 4 A— 8 m 5 e 

rt Nailsea Coal and Coke Company, 17 m 

6c 
— re National Coffee Palace Company. 3 m 6 e 

New Rirer Company v. Kitchener, 26 j 6 c 

" NewgasB v. Killam, 20 m 6 c2 

Newman r. South Eastern Railway, 26^ 4 c 

Nicholson ». Incorporated Law Society, 27 

m 6c 

Nightingale v. Rowlands, 25 ; 5 <f 

NubeFs Explosive Company v. Krebs and 

others. Hi 4 e 

V. Whittle, 16 m 4 6—17 m 6 c 

Norfolk, Duke of, v. Arbuthnot, 19 m 6 cf 

Oakley v. Speedy. 16 i 6 d 

Oleaga v. West Cumberland Iron and Steel 



Company, 26 j 6 e 

Oliver r. Cameron. 21 a 6 r 

■ ■ Oppenheim u. Jackson a nd Till, 29 a 4 e 
-— — re Orrell Colliery and Fire Brick Company, 

19m 6e 

re Overseers of Toxteth Park, 17 ; 6 a 

Paine v. Hay, 28> 6 c 

— * Paris V. Jackson, 7 m 6 e — 8 m 4 c — 9 m 4 cf 

—10 m 6 6 
Parry v. Smith, 2^ 6 e 

— Parsons r. Wilderspin, 28 a 6 <f 

re Passage Court of Liverpool, 16 m 4 6 

— — Passey v. Oxford Local Board, 8 m 4 a 

■ MX parte Paterion — re Throckmorton, 13j 4 e 

■ ■ Patterson v. Duke of Leinster, 10 f 8 e 
— ^- Pattinson v. Robertson, 5 a 6 6 

— Pepperell v. Towneend, 14 i 6 b 

Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v. 

X^ondon and Provincial Supply Association, 7 

a 4 a— 24 a 4 </ 

re Phillips, 13 m 4 a 

Philippe V. Philipps and othtrs, 3 m 6 fr— 7 



Ciyil Actions (continued), 
Phillips V, London and South Western Rail- 
way, fi a 6 6—8 a 6 6-23 a 6 c<-26 a 6 d— 21 



;6a 



Note about, U a9 f 



Pini'hon v. Sntton, 20 i 4 d 
Pittar V. Porteons, 20 j 4 e 
Polini V, Gray, 1 m 4 c — 25 ;' 6 a 
Poolman u. Oaffin, 11 ;' 4 e 
Powell V, Head, 30 a 6 e 
— V, Williams, 1 1 ; 4 e 

and another v. Fall, 12 ;' 5 / 



Prescott r. Sambome, 17 j 6 6 

Price v. London and County Bank, 27 mBd 

Provasoli v. Ueirsof King Victor Emmanuel, 

Ibmbd 
-^— re Public Health Act Conviction, 18 m 4 a 

—16 m 4 e 
— Queen v. Booker and another, 1 a 4 6 — 3 a 

4 a — 4 a 4 c 
r. Burial Board of Bishop Wearmouth, 

12>6 a 
V. Campbell and another, 21 m 6 (f— 22 m 

4 c— 24 m 6 e 

V. Evans, 28 a 6 c 

and Baum, 1776a 



I - 



p. French, 2Bj 6 c— 24 / 4 * 

V. Hughes, 23/ 6 c* 

V. Justices of Halifax, 6 m 4 c 

V. Licensing Justices of Bury, 1 a 4 6 

v.. I^bouchere. \2j S a—l^i A d 

V. Bp. of Oxford, 24 a 4 a— 25 a 8/— 2S 

a 6 a— 28 a 6 6—29 a 4 u— 80 a l»/— 1 m 4 a— 

24 m 6 6—31 m 5/— 19 j 6 6 

V. Reed, 28^6 d 

V. Yaughan. 24 m 6 6 

V. Ward and others, 27 J 4 6—28 ; 6 r 

V. Wy man and another, 1 1 / 4 e 



— Queen's Prijcior v. Fry, 16 m 4 e 
re Railway Commissioners and the Naviga- 
tion (Hull) Local Board, 6 m 4 c 

re Randolph Hotel Company, 26 a 6 d 

•^— Raymond v, Charrington^ 1 a 4 6 

Redondo v. Chaytor and another, 19 m 6 e 

—28 m 4 a 

Begina 0. Baum and Evans. 2jBd 

V. Wyman and Booker, 29 a 4 r — SO a 6 

c-l m4<f 
Reuben Hufeland & Ca v. Sala & Co^ 10 

a4<f 

Reuss V. Lever, 10 a 4 d 

Reynolds et uxor v. London and North 

Western Railway, 20/ 4 c 

Rhodes v. Rhodes and Rhodes, 24 a 4 e 

Richardson v. Perkins, 18>4e 

RiddcU V. Newcastle and Gateshead Water 

Company. 14 } 6 <f 
Rivaz V. Gerussi, 1 e 4 c*-2 a 4 6—8 a 4 ^ 

—25 a Ad 
— re Road Commissioners of Greenlow, 1 a 4 c 
•»— ex parte Roberts — re Court- Martial, 11 ; 4 tf 
Robertson v. Laboucherc, 20 ; 4 a 

Robinson r. Duleep Singh, 28 m 4 /> 

re Rockingham Clay Works, 28> 6 c 

ex Tparte Kosevear Clay Company— re Cock^ 

2oaAc 
Ross r. Grant, 12; 6 rf— 13 jA d 



€iv 



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'* THE TIMES *• NEWSrAPER. 



[April 1 h 



Oivil ActionB (rontinued), 

— — Kuwhton and another v. Smith, I a 4 a 

Sack p. Lion, 27 ; 4 4 

Same i\ Same, 1 4 7 6 c 

SassooD V. Cababe, 24 a 4 «—16 m 4 a 

Saxelbye v Wray. 21 ji 6 a 

r§ St. James' Hall Tareni Company, 13 m 4 a 

?« St. Nazaire Coapany. 26 ; 4 6—28 / 6 c 

rs St. Sepulchre's Charity Estates, 6 a 6 6 

Scantlebary w. Fox, 27 m 6 • 

Scaramanga v. Stamp, 6 m 6 /* 

— —re Sceptre and Licensed Victuallers* and 
General Insurance Company, 7 a 4 t 

— — re School Board of London — Brosnan*s Case, 
ISmib 

re Security Institution, 26 a 6 (/ 

Sedgwick v, Ahearn, 17 ; 4 e 

re Servian Copper and Iron CompaDy, 10 m 

Seymour v. Colson, 12 ; 6 a 

Sheriff v. Artus, 80 m 4 '^ 

Shepherd and others v. Atkinson. 2j B d 

u. Francis. 14> (J ef— 16 ; 6 <f— 17 j 6 k 

Skerwin v. Selkirk, 23 » 6 6 

- — Siddons v. Lawrence, 2 m 4 6 — S w 6 e 
>^ Simpson v. Nisbitt and others, 9 a 4 c — 20 

mSc 
Singer Company v. Clarke, 9 m9/ 

— Slater v. Wanklyn, 15 m 4 A 

Smith and another v. Lewis and others, 6 

M 66 

— re Solicitor for tlie Treasury. 11 1 4 e 
Solicitor for the Treasury v. Duddell. iSaSe 

— re South Durham Iron Company — T. T. 
Smith's Cane. 9 a 4 6 

South Eastern Kailwny v. Lambeth, 16a 12fl 

Spratt's Patent v. Ward & Co., 14 m 6 c 

Stainbank v. Beckett, SOj G • 

Stanham v. Walton. 20 ; 4 c 

^— Stapleton v. Great Northern Railway, 2$ m 

ed 

^- — Stevens v. Jackson, 23 m 4 6 

Stonhill V. Trounce, 2o a i d 

Strahan i'. Gabriel, 26 7 4 c 

Sturla V, Freccia. 1 m 4 c — 26 j 6 a 

Swanston v. Twickenham Local Board of 

Health, S^ m 6 d 

re Swedish Central Railway, 26 a 6 </ 

-^— ex parte Swinbanks— re Shanks, 5 m 5 f 

Swindon Board of Health v. Hinton, 8 a 4 a 

— - Sykes v. Bendon, 6 m 4 e 

Taylor and Uodgson 1;. Taylor, 7 m 6 e— 21 

m 6s 
Thames Subway v. Steyens and others, 12 

m6 d 

Theobald v. Blozam and others, 20 7 4 e 

-^— Thomas v, Birmingham Canal, 21 /6a 

V. Thomas, 2S a G d 

Tibbitt V, King, 20 ; 8 « 

Tobin v. Queen, 23 « 6 </ 

•>-— Tomkins 0. Hoare, 4 a 4 cf 

Tomline v. Queen, 28 o 6 d—20 m 6 e 

re Trade Marks Registration, 12 m 6 6 

Trehame v. Treharne and Davis, 16 ; 6 <f 

...» Truelove v. Ingham, 28 a 6 </ 

— Tudor and another u. Durrant, 14 ^ 6 d—lB 
4 e— 21 ; 6 c 
2G 



Oivil Actions (rontinued). 

TuUoh V. Bowerman* 18^4 e— 19/ 6c-:'4 

Tunbridga Wells Locml Board v. Ackrovd, 

17iii 6 c 

Turner v. Galloway and another, 9 a 4 ^ 

V. Hyland. 20 | 4 c 

Valle r. Verolas, 19^ 7 « 

Yalleria r. Armit, 21 m 6 </ 

Vasey v. Same, 15 m 4 c — 16 m 4 tf 

Venables v Murray and another, 26 J 4 c 

V Vestry of Tottenham, 1 a 4 c 

re Tirtoria Mills Cotton Spinning Compur, 

26 m 6 s 

Waddell t». Blsckey, 8 m 4 a^9 » 4 e 

Wagstaff r. Anderson and others. 24 si 6 e 

Walker i;. London Tramways Company, 21 

;6/i 

Ward and others v. Brown, 19^ 6 s 

Warwick and Birmingham Canal Navigttisn 

Company and others v, Birmingham Ctial 

Navigation Company and others, 18 j 4 i— 19 

i6 rf 
— — * Waterhonse v, Crostoo. 88 m 6 <f 

liondon and South Western Bailwt;, 



27 m 6 </ 

Watkin p. Dromgoole^ 7 a 4 a— 8 « 6 6-5 

m 5 e 

WatU V. West Surry Water Company, 16) 

6rf-17;6 a 

West Cumberland Iron and Steel CompanT 

V. Kenyon, 80 o 6 6 

re West of England and South Wales Dis- 
trict Bank— ex parte Swansea Royal Friindlj 
Society, 28 «« 6 c 

ex parte Branwhite, 8 m 6 a 

Weetwick and others n. Provident Clerki* 

and General Guarantee Association. 18 ; 4 c 

Wheatcroft v. Great Northern Railway, 29 

m 4 r 

Wheeldon v. Burrows, 93 ; 6 6 

re Whiston, 18 a 10 6 

White V. Kxham. 22 a 6/ 

Wilkinson v. Alston. 26 j 6/ 

Williamson v. Vestry of St. Mary, Isliofton, 

19 I 6 6 

Wilson w. Church, 8 a 4 «— 25 a 4 c— 1 « 6 

6—8 m 4 a— 20 m^aiu d— 23 m 4 a';24 m5 f 
->27 m 6 6—28 m 4 a— 29 m 4 a— 80 si46-3l 
m 6 6—21 / 6/— 28> 4 a^28 a 6 c 

Note about, 9 m 6 6 

Wivelisoombe Local Board v, Lutley, 90 a 

6e— 14m6 d 

Woodruff v, Jacobs, 80 m 4 </ 

- re Workington Local Board, 9 a 4 c 

re Worthington^s Trade Mark, 8 m 5 /* 

Wright r. Cotton, 28 m 6 rf— 24> 4 6 

Wymer v Sheather, 7 a 4 6 

Young 17. Metropolitan Railway, 16 si 7 tf 

re Young Men's Farming Association, 26si'i« 

Zoboli V. Bettini, 12 ; G </ 

Civil Appointments, «es Ovpicial 

List Tensions, 4 a 10/— 14> 7 d 

Clark (Geo. T.) Scientific Predictions— Sir M. I. 

Brunei, 31 m 8 /* 
Clayton (Rev. C) on Crystal Letter WeigfaU, 19 

n 11/ 



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Cleopatra*! Needle, Mr. Browning*s Solution 
Applied to, 12 m 8 # 

Koies on. 16 m 6/— 26 m 8 6—28 m7 f 

Clerical Appoint meuts, 1 a 9 a— 4 a 10 / -8 a 12 
y— 9 « 12 6—10 a 11 «— 16 a 8 a— 16 a 10 /■— 
19 a 6 d—2l a 11 /*— 22 o 6/-23 a 6 a— 26 a 
10 /— 26 a 11 /•— 29 a 4 /—I w 11 rf— 8 w 6 / 
—15 IN 7 €—17 m 11 «— 19 m 19 c— 27 m 9/— 
29 m 10 c— 80 m 5/— 21 m 7 d—4j 9 e— 5> 9 J 
— 10> 14 o— 16 ; 6 6—17 ; 1 1 c— 18 ; 4 a— 19> 
12 c— 26 ; 5 o— 26 ; 8 «— 27> 9 f 

Firit of April, 16 a If 

ClewerCase, 2(;y9/ 

1 Uf ion Ci>llegis, 26 ; 7 / 

Coaching Club, tee Sfortifo 

Cuachmaking, Exhibition of Models and Designs 
at the Mansion Uouse, 8 m 6 c/— 91 m 7 /--9 / 
6 A"— 20 ; 10 a 

Distribution of Awards, 1 j % f 

Report en the Paris Exhibition Coneeming, 

19 M 6 6 

Coal, Formation of, 6 j 10 • 

Mines, Blasting Powder to be Used in, 14 

>12« 

Trade, State of, %— fvtry day't payer 

Arbitration Proceedings in, 10 m 12 d— 16 

m 8 a— 9 J 9 b 

Benhar Coal Company. Report, 19 a 11/ 

'■' Meeting of the ("reditors, 14 m 7 « 

Conference of Miners at Barnsle/ to Set 

Down all the Collieries ia the Kingdom for a 
Few Weeka, 14 n 7 c^— 16 mi 6 •—19 m 18 e— 2 
>8/— 20>8a 

— « Contracts between Masters and Men in 
Sonth Wai«;s, Notice given to Terminate, 2 ; 8/ 

Lord D*»rby Accepts the Office of Umpire 

in the Wages Dispute at Durham, 1 1 j 11 6 

Trade of Great Britain, Report of the In- 

epectors of Mines, 16 ; 6 c 

-^ Imports and Export from the Fort of Lon- 
don, 4 a ] 1 6—6 m 9 6—6 ; 7 6 

^— Meeting of the South Staffordshire Mines 
Drainage Commissioners and the CoUieiies, 6 
; lOe 

■■ of Masters to Enforce the Reduction of 

Wages, 27 mil/ 

»t NoTiUe Hall Newcastle, 16 m e 



Price of Coal, 28 m 1 1 /*- 29 m 7/ 

of South Wales, Meeting of Masters at 

Cardiff, 28 m 6 i— 29 m 6 / 
Coastguard Men, Appeal for, 29 m 1 1 a 
Cubb (B. F.) Causes of the Recent Depression 

in Trade, 8 a 6/ 
Cobden Club, Annual Dinner, 7 m 12/— 28 / 6 <f 
Accident during the Trip to Greenwich, 24 

; 116— 26>10 6 
Cocksedge (J. S.) Ploughing by Electricity, 9 j 

10 6 
Codington (W. J.) on the Battle of Navarino, 2 

a 10 a 
Coffee Disease, Cure for, 20 m 13 « 

— Prospects in Ceylon, 27 m 6 e 

— Public-house AtMociation, Annual Meeting, 
30>dc 

— Taverns, Opening of New, 5 « 12 c— 7 ai>/ 
—12 M 8 /— 4 ; 10 / 

QtSd Da/s in May. 26 m 5 / 



Cohn (Professor) Experiments witk Electrie 

Light on the Eye, 16 in 6 < 
Coins in the British Museum, see MxnALS 

English Historical Medals, see English 

Price Sale List of Rare British and Anglo* 

Saxon Coins, at Sotheby's, 2 m 11 6 
Cole (Henry) Metal for Guns, 26 a 7 /* 
on Sewage Farming, 29 m 11 « 

— (Nathan; on London Parks and Oardens,. 
11 ; 12 a 

Colenso (Bp.) on the Zulu Question, 2 m 12 <f 

and King Cotywayo. 16> 18 / 

Colet (^Dean) Memorial Fund, 24 in 18 6 
College of Preceptors, Note about, 1 m 10 / 

Meeting, 21 a 14 6- 22 a 11 (f- 19 m 10 6 

Colliery Accidents, see Accidents— Mivimg 
Cost of, 80 a 6 s 

Riots at Hamsteels Colliery, 9 a 11/ 

Collinson & Co., on the Atlantic, &c. Railway, 12 m 

9a 
Colonial Appointments, 2 a 5/— 7 m 10 r— >2l m 

9 •—23 m 6 /— 7> 9^— 21 j» 9 « -28 ; 6 6 

Company, Annual Meeting, 2 j 9 d 

and Continental Church Society, 12 m 6 r 

Goremment Securities, State of, js< every 

day** paper 

Missionary Society, Annual Meeting, I9m5f 

Produce Market, 6 a 13 6—11 a 6 6—19 a 

8 6—26 a 18 6—8 m 18 6—10 m 8 a— 17 m 11 

a— 24 m 18 a— 31 m 8 6-7> 9 6—14 ; 8 a— 21 

y 18 a— 28i 13 a 
Colorado Mortgage and Investment Company of 

London, 24 ; 7 « 
Colour Blindness among Negroes, 22 m 7 6 
Colours of Double Stars, 19 a 8 / 
Common Barrators and Common Scolds — PrO" 

posed Abolition of the Law, 2iS j b d 
Companies Miscellaneous, State of Shares in $ee 

every dnyi y»p€r 
Composition of the Atmosphere, 31 m 6/ 
Conder ( Rev. Alfred ) on the College of Preceptors, 

22o 11 d 
Confessional Boxes, Order to Remove from % 

Church at Liverpool, 12 a 12 c 

on the Continent, 28 a 8 « — \ mhf 

in a Prison in Westminister, 13 m 10 (f 

Congelation, Note on, 4 ; 6 e 

Congregational Union, Annual Assembly, 19 st 

6/ 
Conscience Money, 3 a 9 /"— 4 o 10 /— 6 a 12 e — 

7 a 9/— 10 a 9 /— 12 a 8 a— 14 a 7/— 18 a 9/ 

—26 a 10 a— 28 a 8 /'—I m 8 a— 9 m 9 €—6 ; 

9/— 10/8 e— 28; Vl d 
Convalescent Homes, Notes about, 22 a 11 6—23 

a 12 «— 25 a 12 c 
Convention of Royal Burghs, Annual Sittings, 2 

a 10 6 
Consular Changes, 1 a 12 a 
Convocation and Parliament, 2y 13 c 

— Meetings for Despatch of Business, 2ljtf 
—24 / 5 e— 27 > 4 a— 28> 6 6 

Cook (Capt.) Statue of in Hyde Park Sydney^ 

Unveiling of, 16 a 6 • -17 a 6 6 
Cooke (Conrad) Lecture on the Edison Telephone^ 

23 m 1 1 / 
(Miss.) the Equestrian and the Viceroy of 

IndiA»23j8< 

27 



uo- 



PALSIKU 6 INDEX TO " THB TIMBS " NBWSf AFER. 



[AprU 1 10 



Co Operation, Evidence before the Parliamentary 

Committee on, 22 ;/» 11 d—Vi j I'd c—\4j 12 c 

—19 j 18 </— 26 J 1 1 /-— 28 / 13/ 
Congress, Annual Meeting, 15 « 8 c — 16 a 

5«— 17 a 10 c 
Stores, Mr. Jones's Evidence before the 

Select ('ommittee. 22 m 11 d • 

Copeman (G. M.) Intemperance and off Licenses, 

\2aSd 
Copernican Society atThorn, 3 a 6 / 
Copyright with Amercia, 1 7 a 9 / 
Notes on, 12 m 10 6—24 m 6 e— 80 w 10/ 

—81 m 9 « 

Law of, Meeting of the National Social 



Science Association on, 10/18 d 
Society for the Protection of, Banquet to, 

at the Mansion House, 7 J 7 a 
Corn Averages, 29 m 7 c 
Cornee (Professor) Elasticity of Solid Bodies, 19 

mil/ 
Coroners Bill, 16 m 12 6 
Parliamentary Inquiry into the Office, 21 ; 

ComwaUL Distress in, 27 m 14 « 
Corporation of London Banquet of City Lands 
Committee, 10 a 12 b 

Benevolent Fund, 1 m 5 / 

Corps of Commissionaries, Donations, 5 m 13/— 31 
HI 14 a 

Annual Meeting of the GoTemort, 4^11 6 

Muster, 12 ; 13 c 

Parade, 1 7 y 5 « 

Corsica, Election in. 28 ; 8 6 

Cory (Rev. H. C.) Irish Church Missions in Con- 

nemara. 21 m 13 • 
Cost of Preserving the Peace at Liverpool, 21 a 

6a 
CosUr (F. W.) on the Case of Mr. Stringer, 14 

aid 
Costly Improyements, 26 J 12/ 
Cotts {R, D.) on Lawn Tennis, 15 a 10 <f 
Cottage Hospitals— Stone of a New Hospital at 

Maidenhead, 18 a 5 / 
Cotton Trade, Slate of the Market, tee si-ery day'a 
paper 

Adulteration of, Notes on, 28 o 10/ 

of Preston, 30 a 7 e 

County Courts (No 2.) Bill, 6/76 

Government Bill, Meetings about, 16 m 7 c 

Rates, 3; 11/ 

C0TT2T OF ALDESMEK :— 

Companies Wishing to Increase their Livery, 

9a7 ^ 
^— Congratulatory Address to the Queen-on the 
Royal Marraige, 26 o 11/ 

Grants, 25 a 11 /* 

Markets, 2b a II f 

-^- Meetings, 9 a 7 4—26 a liy— 7 m 12 rf— 21 
ml4 6 

Morden College Case, 21 m 14 3 

Sewers and Gas and Water, 26 a 11 / 

Sheriffs, 7 m 12 d— 18 m 10 a 

— — Debate on the Nomination of, 18 m 10 a 

Testimonial to llie Ordinary of Newgate, 21 

ffi 14 6 
"OUET CIUOULAE:— 

- Address of the Corporation of London on 
2i 



Court Circular (continved). 

the Marriage of the Duke of Connaught, Pit- 

seuted to Her Majesty, 13 m 9 /— 14 in 12 a 
Addresses tu Uer Majesty on the Marrisgs 

of the Duke of Connaught, 17 « 7/— 20 si 11/ 

—21 m 7/— 6i 10 c 

Accebaion Day, 21 > 11 /* 

Audiences, 21 m 9 e 

Belgians, King and Queen of. Leave for 

EaglHnd. 1 a 9 </ 

Cambridge, Duke of, Movemento of, 21 a 

12/ 

Court, Movements of , 9 m 9 «— 19 n llZ- 
^y 9/:-13.;9/-U ; 11 /"^IS j 5 /-igj 11/ 

— Comte de Flandre, in England, 13 m 9/— IS 
m 9y— 21 m 12 /— 22 m d/—2S m 8 6—24 m 7i 

and Comtesse, Leave for the Coniinent, 

2;ll/ 

Connaught, Duke and Duchess of. Move- 

menta of, 1 o 5 6—2 a 5 d— 3 a5c& rf-7 a 6 
a— 8 a 7d— 16 a 5 of— 19 a 7e— 25a6c-26s 

1 1 /— 28 a 8 rf— 6 m 5 tf— 7 m 7 rf— 8 m Sd^ 
19 /a 8 A— 21 m 7 c— 27 m 7 6— lOj ll/-16i 

12 d 

flt the Crystal Palace, 2o a 10 a 

Entertainment given to the Queen's Ten- 



antry on the Marriage of, 16 a 9 e 
ill Italy, 4 a 6 c— 25 « 6 6 



— ^ p — ^ — . mm-mf wv ^^ w 

— Denmark, Crown Prince of, in Engbuid, 6 
m 9 /•— 29 Ni 6/ 

— Drawing Rooms Held by the Queen, 9 « 8 
a— 7 w lOrt— 9 w 10 a— 10 m 11/ 

— Edinburgh, Duke of, at the Buasian So- 
bassy Chapel, 16 a 9 / 

Accepts the Presidency of the Kent 

County Fire Brigade Associatian, 16 a 9 /* 

Dinner Party at Clarence House, '27 ■ 

11/ ^ 

Movements of, 18 a 9 /— 31 m 11/— 7 ; 

7 if-9/ 11 «— 10 ) 11 /—Id ;• 8 a 

and Duchess, Visit the Middle Temple 



Old Hall, 21 a 12 y 

— Germany, Empresa of, in England, Hm7 f 
— lo/K 9./— 20w 11/— 21 m 7<i— 24ai7« 

Banquet to, at the German Embassy, 22 

m 5 6 

— Levees by the Prince of Wales, 9 a 8 a— 5 
m 11 /•— 6 m J2 a^7 tn 10 a— 27 m 12 «-29s 
9/- 1 1 i 7 </-26 ; 7 c 

— Mecklenburg-gtrelitz, Grand Duke of, ia 
London, 22 m 6 €—27 /nil/ 

— Notices of the Court, see every day't paper 

— Prince of Bulgaria, in England. 6 i 9 /— 7; 
11/-11;9/^13;9/ * J J ^ 

— Prince Imperial, on his Passage to the Cspe, 
14 a 3 • 

— Prince I>eopold, Orders Bestowed on, 4 a 5 6 
Consents to become President of the West- 



minster Industrial Exhibition, 10 m 7/ 

Dinner to, by the Premier, 21 j 11/ 

Movements of, 17 a 6 </ 

Visits Sheffield, 20 mil/ 



— Prince of Orange, Orders for the Court to 
go into Mourning for, 14/5/ 

— Prince of Wales Dmes at Lord Beaoona- 
field's, 6 m 9/ 

Banquet to, by Lord Cariingfoid, 7 «9/ 



June 30. 1879.] pals(xe*b index to *^ the times " MBWsrAPEB. 



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Court Circular {continued), 

Prince and Princess of Wales, Morements 

of. 3 y 10 /"— 9 ; 11 «— 10 / 11 /— 12> 9/— 18 
j 7 /•— 19 ; 12 6—20 ; 10 c— 25 ? 8 « 

VUit the Hertford British Hospital, 5 



to Hunstanton to Open the Conva- 
lescent Home, \Aa^ a— 16 o 8 a 
-— Princess Alice, Cost of the Monument in 
Memory of. at Frogmore, 27 ; 10 / 

Beatrice. Birthday of, 15 ah d^\S a 9 • 



— Qaeeu*8 Court and Drawing Room at Buck- 
iogham Palace, 7 m 9 i^— 8 m 6 d 
—►Birthday Arrangamenti, 15 m 10 c 

Dinners, &c. to Celebrate, 7 m 11 /- 23 



im9/— 26 m 12a~28;5 f 

' a Great Grandinuther, 14 m 7 a 
in ItRly, 1 a 5 a— 'A ^ 5 €—3 a 5 rf— 4 a 5 



e— 6 a 7 rf & €—7 « « a— 8 a 7 c/— 9 a 6 «— 9 a 
9 f_io a fi </— 11 a 3 d—l2 d 7 d—li a 3 «— 
16 a 9 /— 17 a 5 cf— 18 a6c& «^— 19" a 11/— 
21 a 8 J— 23 a 7 J-24 a 4/— 1 m7 d 

en route for England. 24 a 5 /"— ^25 a K i— 



25 a 6 ^—26 a 10 «— 26 a 7 e &. «— 26 all/ 

Arrival of. at Windsor Castle, 28 a 11 f 

Visit to the Metropolis, 5 w 11/ 

— the King and Queen of Italy' at Monza 

Oasrle, 16 « 5 6-^16 a 6 c--19 a7 d 
•— Hemoval of the Court to Balmoral, 30 a 11 

/■— 21 m 7 «— 22 >n 9 /— 23 m Sb 

Kf>yal Vi it to Chialehurst, 22 m 9 /* 

^tate Concerts, 26 m 11 /--\7j 12 o— 18)5 

/-23 ; 1 1 '—28 / 7 e 
Sweden, Crown Prince of, in London, 15 m 

9 f— 19 OT 11 f—2() m 1 1 f—2\ m \2 /—2^ m 8 

fc— 24 m 7 <— 2ft m 9 /— 4'; !l f- (5 ; /— 9 / 1 1 

/-18/ .■» /~23.; n /• 
Wind.sor Cas.le. Arrival of tlio t^iicvn at, 

from Balrnonil. Ji j \) d 
COUET CF CUIVLMOi; CCUNCIL:— 

Arli«anti' a:id Labourers' Dwellings, 4 a 8 i 

KiHinijsjraie Market Tolls. 4 <i 8 // 

Hoi)i;'i».r h>r 'IVujple Rnr, 23 m 8 n 

Ca^e ••: ili(»( iiy U^inenibrMnctT, 2 w 1 I /*— 

23 nt 8 '/ 
• Ciiv of LonJon Scliool, New BuildinLjsi, 20 

JH /•' 
Controller, Vacancy, 18/11 6—20 7 11/— 

27 j 7 e 

F.pplng Forest, 20 / 11 /* 

Fish Trade, 30 w 11 « ' 

Grant to the Sufiterers in Hungary, i a Sh 

Stiuth African Fund, 4 a 8 6 

Holborn Valley Improvement Act, 4 a 8 & 

- Markets Committee, 23 m 8 a— 30 wi 1 1 « 
- — Meetings, 4 a 8 ^* 

— - New Markets, Funds for, 27 / 7 s 

Picture of Temple Bar. 2 m H / 

the Queen's Reply to the Corporation Ad- 
dress, 23 m 8 a 

Recorder's Salary. 13 / 12 6 

St. Paul*8 Churchyard Improvements, 20 t 

11/ 

• Shsri£Fs, Nomination of, 9 m 1 1 a 

Cox (£. W.) on Assaults on the Police, 10 m 12/ 

- on the Criminal Code, 22 a 10 /" 
Coxhcad (He v. J. J.) on Empty Churches, «■; 6/ 



Cox (Rer. J. C.) Sentries in Cold Weather, 12 a 

13 6 
Coxweli (Henry) on Military Balloons, 10 a 5 f 

—15 a 8 J 
Cranbrook (Lord) and the Conservatives, 1^ m 5 ^ 

at Sheffield, SJ 10 a--7 fllf 

Crawford (R. W.) on Indian Finanee, 3 a 8 c 

CrayfiMh, Observations on, 27 m 6 a 

Credit Lyonnais, Meeting of , 9 a 7 a 

Creditors Meetings, see Mektinos 

Crete, Meeting to Advocate Annexation to Greece, 

bj5d 

State of, 24 o 5 /• 

Crime in Ceylon, 29 o 1 1 e 

in Dublin, 10 wi 7 rf 

in Lancashire, 24 a 1 1 a 

in Naples, 13 w 10 c 

Criminal Code, Lord Chief Justice on, 26 / 4 s 

New Law for (^odifying, 10 a 5 /' 

Note on, 22 a 10 / 

Princiiml Changes Proposed in, 18 a 3/ 

CRIMINAL TRIALS:— 

Adams, Samuel, for Manslaughter, 29 m II cf 

Adaison, Adam, for Murder, 30 hi 11 b — 31 

w 13«-2y 14 o 

G. li., fjr Libel. 4 o 12 a 



AlcesofT and Sixteen others, for Forgery, 

&c., 31 m 7 & 

Allen, Clement, for Embezzlement, 1 m 11 « 

VV. C, for Wounding. 170 12 a 

Ambrose. Michael, for Wounding, 9a 4« 

Arniitrtjze. Jas.. and anoiher, for Debtor's 



in 



Act (;ffence, 2M nt 12 a 

— Artnstronjj, M. I). F., for Forgery, 28 a 6/ 

— AreiR, Jos., for Mansiaugter. 29 m 11 cf 

— Bainb.iflj^c. Kobr.. for Wounding, 10 m 18 s 

— Baker, Joiin, ami anotU'jr, for Stealing, 21 

6<r 

— iiall, Juhn. for Stealing, 21 m G e 

— Barncfl, Alfnd, for Munslaughter, 8 wi 4 n 

— Barry, Caiheriae, for Exposing her Child 
to I he ()pcn Air Unlawfully, 23 ; 6 c 

— Bartclli, John, for Stealing, 10 / 14 a 

— H£Bf;il.li\ Ui»niy, for Bi*jn::iy, 28 m 12 a 

— Huiuuclii HI. J uiliejs, fov Intended Murder, 
6 / «> // 

Boager, Win., and others, for Burglary, 23 



a C) e 
Bean, Mnjur, for Stealing. 10 7 14 a 

- Began, I'cier, for Murdtr, 9 in We 

Benton. Gfo,, and another, for Highway 

Bobbery, 2 m 4 s 

Bibley, Henry, for Stealing. 9 a 4« 

BlackwcU. Samuel, for Siealing, 30 m 11 e 

Bono, Wm., and anoib^r, for Stealing, 1 mi 

11 e 

Bos worth, F. P.. for Incendiarism, 8 m 4 s 

Box, J«'SMe. for Ab luciion. 27.; 4 « 

Boys, Two, for Man^^laughtcr, 2\ a o d 

Branch, Sarah and another, for Stealing, 

Ac., 4 ; 1 1 « 

• Brannaghan. Michael, and another, for Bur* 

glary, 26 a VZJ 

Brayshawe. Martha, for Stealing, 8 in 4 <f 

Brewin, Geo., for Ueceiving Stolen Property, 

8 m 4 « 
Brooks, Wm., for Mansluughter, 2.; Ifg 



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[Apr9 1 II 



Crimiiial Triali (continwd). 

Brophjr, Richard, for Assault, 19 a 14 5 

^Brouiise, Dr., for Inciting to Murder of 

Kingg and Magistrates. 18 a 5 r— 28 a 6 r 
^— Brown, Geo., and others, for Passing Coun- 
terfeit Coin. 2 a 4/ 

and Nnother. for Burglary, 6 a 14 a 

Thos., for Inciting to Steal, 24 m 6 ^ 

Buhler, B. D.. and anotlier. for Frsud, 7 a 4 • 

burden, Jas., for Forgpry, 1 a 12 e 

■ ' Burdett, Chas., for Stealing, 28 m 4 e 

• Butcher. T. H., for Stealing, 5 m 14 a 

Cain, Edw., and another, for Stealing, 11 

; 4« 

- — Carroll, Geo., for Burglary. 1 1 a 9 «— 8 mid 

Ceiitofanti, G.. and Two others, for Robhi tj 

and Assault, 26 i 6 c 

Chapman, Chas., for Stealing, 10 m 6 d 

Richard, and others, for Fraud, 2 m 4 s 

Chatty, Wm, U r Ueceiring Stokn Pro- 
perty, 2«t a 18 a 

' Churchill, Catherine, for Murder, 7 m 7 / 

Clark, Janies, at d another, for Burglary. 

17;6a " ■^' 

Clarke, Catherine. 'o~ Robbery, 3 m 18 s 

Claxton, John, for Perjury, 5 m 14 a 

Coleman. Emil.v or Fnuid, 6 m 4 s 

■ Jnmes. for /isault, 9 n A f 

Connor. John, lor Krsud, 4 a 12 « 

( (M>niber, Thos., and others, for Burglary, 

18 a 12 u 

Cooper, Thoa., and another, for Stealing, 8 

m 4 r 

Wm.. for Murder. 29 ^ 12 A 

Cornlry. 'Ihos.. for Stealing. 6 m 4 e 

Cott<'rt>ll, John, for Wonndi ig. 12 iw 6 « 

Cross. C. W.. and another, for Attempted 

Robbery, 2 m 4 /' 

Curris. Michael, for Stealing, 10 ; 14 « 

Dale, Herbert, and othei s for Murder, 5 m 6 • 

■ D'Arcy, John, for Murder, 8 m 4 rf— 9 mild 

Davis. Geo., and another for Robbery with 

Violence. 80 a 1.S rf 

■ John and another, lor Stealing, 8 m 4 e 

Day. Fmect, for Stealing. \\ add 

l>eUny. Wm.. for Stealing, 2A f A f 

Delatre. — , for Forgery and Theft. Escapes 

Three Times, 16 a b h 

Delisio. — , for Robbery. 26 ; 6 c 

Dickeriion. John for Bigamy, 29 a B e 

Driver, Raymond, for Killing a Coolie. 22a 

11 f 

Drobnitzey, Johann, for Stealing, 1 1 d 9 s 

—— Dyer, David, for Wounding, 6 m 6/ 

Early, Emma, for Fraud, 14 / 6 / 

— — Eason. John, for Forgery, 1 a 12 c 

Edglngton. Jas., for Incendiarism. 4 a 12 a 

Edwards, — , and others, for Stiiallng, 8 m 

4 a 

Elcome. O., and another, for Manslaughter, 

28 a 6 « 

— Evans. Francis, tor Fraud. 8 a 6 s 

Faulkner, Alfred, and another, far Stealing, 

•/_ 
■^-" Fern, — , and others, for Conspiring to De- 
fraud, 88 m 12 a~29 mil d 

— - Fiddler, J. W., for Stealing, 4 / 11 « 
30 



Oilminal Tiiala (rontivved). 

Filer, — , and others, for Attenptsd B6k> 

bery, 2 m 4 /" 

Fitzgerald, Fred., for Stealing. 24 /4i 

Folly and Williams, f or lAreeny, 22 o 11 i 

Foster, Henry, and another, for StssEs^ 

28 fM 4 s 
Four Males and Six Females. forHswtas 

tionary Morements in Russia, m« Kussu 
Fourteen Persons in Russia, for RelonfiBf 

to an Illegal Association, 26 m 8 a^S8 ■5i- 
26J5c 
— Fox, Jorhua, for Fraud. 7 n 4 « 

Eraser. Wm.. for Emle^^zlement, 11; 4/ 

— — Freerasn. Sarah, for Murder, 28 a 6/ 

Freihorr Von Linden, for Libel, 28«5i 

Friederieks, Arthur, f«r Stealing, 22«4» 

Furelita and Two other &»tudents, for Higk 

Treason, 26 a 7 <f— 28 a 8 a 
Galtano. Gentofanti, and Crescenzio Ddio»» 

for Robbery, 9; 7/ 
Gardner, Geo., for Attempted Murde,8> 

m\\ d 

Gay. Geo., for Pocket Picking, 28 ■ 18 « 

Genders, Wm., and others, for Night Potcb- 

ing. o m a d 

— Gibsons. Wm., for Asjeault. 14 m fi « 

Gillett. Robt., for Stealing. 22 o 11 rf 

— Gil oy, Geo., for Rob' ery with Violence, 

28 a 6/ ' 

Glover, Edw., for Stealing, 6 m 4 « 

Wm., for Fraud, 26 'i 13 e 



Goodman, Louis, and another, for Steafiot 

&C.. 17 o 12 fl 

Graham, John, and another, for BurgUiTr 

5 a 14 a 

Greaves, Wm., for Wounding, 31 a ISrf 

Green, C. F., for Manslaughter, 28 a 6< 

Emma, for Stealing, 12^ 6 e 

Griffin, Wm., and another, for Stsaling, fc, 

18>4« 

Grogan. Jas., for Murder, 12 m 6/ 

l^rosvenor. Arthur, for Stealing, 9 a 4/ 

Guiot, Marceline, for Infanticida, 8 ;5* 

Harding. Jas., for Burglary. 4/ 11 « 

Harper, John, for Stealing, 24)* 4 e 

lIarri$!on, Alfred, for Wounding. 16 « 11* 

Hart, John, and another, for Burglary, 8 ■ 

6c &d 

Healey, Alfred, for Wounding, 22 c U rf 

Hearn, Owen, for Stealing, 10 ; 14 a 

Hermann, Robert, for Debasing the Coin- 
age, 1 7 a 1 2 e 

Hess. John, and another, for Stealing, 8 « 6* 

Hibbard, Henry, for Embezzlement, Jl ti^* 

Hibbs, Geo., for Murder, 28 ct $y 

Holliday, John, and another, for ForgsrTt 

15 m 11 c 

Horrigan. Michael, for Stealing, 26 a 4 « 

Howard, Henry, for Forgery, 80 a 13 <f , 

Hunty, John, and another for Stetling, 10 

a A/ 

Iliffe, Louisa, for Stealing, 26j6d 

Innoccnta, Colza and Franciolini, for ITirov- 

ing Orsini Bombs among a Crowd, 19 n S s- 

21 mid 
Jacksen, Jas., for Burglary, 25 a 3 « 



June SO, 1879.] pujiek's index to '^ tux times *' nxwspafee. 



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Crimiiial Trials (ccntinmd), 

— ^ JiiroM, G«»., for Stealing. 25 j r/ 

Jennings, Frank, for Stealing. 13 j 4 /* 

— ^ Johnson, M. A., for Stealing. 23 a 6 e 

Thos.. for Murder, 10 m 13 s 

Jones. Emily, for Murder, 9 m U « 

Geo., and others, for Stealing, 1 1 a 9 ^ 

Thos.. and another, fur Burglary, 10 a 4/ 



— Joyce, Emily, for Robbery, SO a 13 rf 

Kelly, Heiiry» for Manelaughter, 31 m 13 / 

Kendal, Jos., and another, for Stealing, 22 

•6/ 

Kersey. Alfred, for Forgery, 80 a 13 <f 

Labouchere, Jienry. for Libel 28 m 12 a 

Lane, Thos., for Assault, 24/ 4 s 

Laskey, John, for Stealing, 10 m 6 (/ 

Last, Philip, for Embezzlement, 22 a 1 1 <f 

— - I-Awrenoe, John, for Assault, 10 a 4/ 

Law, Worth, and others, for Attempting to 

Defraud, 10 va 13 • 
Lechner and Perrod, Sentence on the Mur- 
derers of, 7 a of 

— Le«, Geo., for Stealing, 24i 4 • 

John, for Forgery, 12 w 6/ 

Leea, John, for Fraud, 26 a 13 s 

Leonard, Emma, for Arson, 2y 14 a 

— Lery, E. L., for Forgery, 8 a 4 «— 3 m 18 « 
— o m 14 fl— 30 »i 11 c— 31 m 13/— 2 ; 14 a 

Leybourne. Henry, for Stealing, 22 m C e 

Litton, J. L., for Fraud, 22 m 4 « 

Lock. Jas., and others, for Stealing, 30 a 6/ 

Lux! on, Jas.. for Stealing, 2 m 11 cf 

Lytton, J. H. B., for Stealing, 8 m 4 t— 9 

m 4 • 

Mandle, Philip, for Stealing, 25 j 6 e 

Mann, Josiah, for Manslaughter, 15 m 11 e 

Mamey, David, for Unlawful Possession, 

29 a 12 6 

Marshall, A. W., for Embezzlement. 5 a 14 a 

Martia, John, for Wounding, 4 a 12 a 

Robt., and another, for Stealing, 12 i 6 « 



>' Thos., for Burglary, 13 m 11 s 



Matthews, Thos., for Forgery, 12 w 6/ 

Maud, Wm., for Receiving Stolen Property, 

14 m 13 
McCarthy, Wnu, and others, for Stealing, 

20 M G e 

M- Donald. Arthur, for Stealing. 23 a 6 # 

M'Ewen, Peter, for Fraud, 7 a 4 « 

MearSf Joseph, and another, for Fraud, 2 

«4/ 
Miller. J. W., and anothor, for Conspiring 

to Hob, 2 a 4 s 

Mitchell. A. J., for Incendiarism, 4 a 12 a 

Montague, John, for I3tc'aling, 12> s 

Montgomery, Vernon, aiid another, for 

Frand, 2 m 1 1 </ 
Morgan, Jas^ and others, for Manslaughter, 

8si4<f 
^'— ~- Morris, James, for Burglary, 5 a 14 a 

M<»ull, John, for Fraud, 13/4/ 

Munro, Hugh, for Manslaughter, 8 m 4 <f 

Murraj, Thos., lor Stealing, 10 m 6 4 

Myef, U«nry, for Fraud, 28 m 12 a 

— Keale, Fred., and another, for Stealing, 3 « 
4r 

— - Nevmaa, Joseph, for Stealing, IZj if 



Criminal Trials (continueft), 

--*— NichoUes, John, for Wounding, 4 a 12 tf 

Nixon, John, for Assault 10 a 4/ 

O'Halloran, Marian, for Attempting to De- 
fraud, 11 ; 4 e 

Old, Chas., for Stealing. 10 a 4 « 

Oliver, Henry, for Stealing, 8 a (> • 

Olivier, Eugene, for Murder, 31 la 7 a 

Ossinsky, W., Miss. S. Herzfekl, and anot her 

for Treason, 29 m 5 d 
Oxborrow, Samuel, for Embeszlement, 12 

Pace, H. W., for Murder, 1 m 11 e~2 si 11 i 

Parker, Ellen, for Stealing. 25 a 4 • 

Parry, Arthur, for Stealing, 14 i 6 « 

Partridge. Henry, for Stealing, M m il d 

Pegg, Henry, for Stealing, 2 a 4 « 

Penford, H. G., for Bigamy, 12 m 6 « 

Pepperell, Saml., and anotlier, for Throwii^g 

Stones, 8 Q 6 • 

Ferryman, Thos., for Murder, 8 a 4 • 

Appeal to the Home Secretary, 5 a 7 e 

Meetings for a Reprieve, 14 a 8 y--17 a 

7/ 
Petty, G. H., and another, for Slealiag, 2 j 

Ha 

Phillips, W. R., for Stealing. 29 m 11 <i 

PuU, Louisa, for Wilful Damage, 2 m II i 

Price, Wm., and another, for Stealing, 1 m 

lis 

R.«yner, Thos., for llireats, 2 m 11 <f 

Ketsin. John, for Murder, 21 a 1 J 

Reynolds, Joseph, for Perjury, 3 m 13 « 

Ripper, Wra., for Rape, 2 /i* 11 </ 

Roberts, Caleb, for Attempted Suicide, 2(> 

a 12/ 

Annie, and another, for Conspiring to 



Defraud, 6 m 4/-~28 m 12 a 

Thos., for Wounding. 5 m 6 /* 



Iio>ce, M. A., for Stealing, 10 a 4 / 

]{ussel, John, and another, for Burglary, 8 

M 4 c 

Russell, James, for Stealing, 17 j 6 < 

Schmnlcalder, John, and another, for Bur- 

glary, 24 a 4 s 
Scott, John, and otheri, for Vagabondism, 

10) 14 a 
•< — Severn, Chuf .. and another, for Stealing, 1 1 

a9d 
— Shaw, John, for Stealing, \2j%t 

i^berratt, Wm., for Murder, 30 a 13 <f 

Sherwood, M. J., for Murder, 5 m 6 c 

Silveyra. Eugena. and and another, tot 

Debtors Aet OfiPence, 29 m II d 

Muimons, John, for 8:ealing. 24 m € € 

Smart, EJ>v., and another, ioi Murder, 26 a 



12/ 



Smith. Gvo., for Burglary. 30 a 13 if 
for Wounding. %2 a \X 4 



Henry, for Stealing, 10 | 14 a 

James, for Stealing, 30 « 13 ^ 

John, for Stealing, 20 m 6L€ 



Solovieff, — , for Attempted 

c— 9 ; 7 </— 9 J 8 a— 12/ 7 c 

Spence. Joseph, for Staallng, 20 si $ « 

Stannard, Tbosu, and anotber, for BurfiUn 

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[April 1 to 



Criminal Trials (rontinued). 

Squire, W. P.. for Wilful Damage, 6 m 4 e 

Stephenson. Kich., for Fraud, 6 m 14 a 

Stem, Dr., for Libel, 20 ; 6 c 

Sterena, John, and another, for Stealinf , 11 

a 9 </ 

Strange, Robt., and another, for Bararlary, 

23a 6« 

- Stranger, Geo., for Uolawful Foiaeasion, 19 

i 6 « 

Stylet, Wm., for Frand. 2 a 4 e 

buUivan, Jaa., and another, for Woundiag, 

6 m 4 r 

Sutherland, A. E., for Forgery, 2 a 4/ 

Tait, John, for Stealing, 20 m 6 a 

Taxil, M. Leo., for Libel, 30 m 5 a 

Tebbutt, Eliz., for Stealing, 6 j 11 c 

■ Telford, Fred., for Forgery, 12 m 6/— 14 m 

13 a 

Terry, John, for Stealing, 13 m 11 a 

J. R., for Receiving Stolen Property, 14 

m Ida 
Theobald, Henry, for Wounding, 5 m Be 

Thomaa, E. E., for Robbery with Violence, 

1 m 11 a 

Wm., and another, for Stealing, II a9 d 

Thompacn, Abraham, for Attempted Mur- 
der, 10 m 13 e 

Chas., for F'ealinff, 10^4 /; 

Fred., f* r Forgery, 1 a 1 2 c 

t kirving, for Fraud, 1 a T2 c 



Tilley, Wm„ for Murder. 6 m G c 

Toler, T. H. L., and another, for Conepiring 

to Defraud, 3 m 13 «— 5 m 14 a 
Troop, Arthur, for Fraud, i8 m 12 a 

— Tioppmann, Brotlier of the Murders, for 
Coining, 19 a 7 rf~24 n 5 e 

— Tubb. Chas., for F.nibo/.zloment. 12 / « 

— 1 ucker, Chas., for Stealing, '22 i ] I \/ 

— Turner, Henry, for Burj^Iary, \lj Ac 
John, for Aa^ault, 2:i n He 

— Uhlmann, —, for Hobbcrirs, ^^c, 4 « 5 c 

— Wade. Emma, for Murder, 1 w 11 d 

— Wagstaff. Elijah, for Fraud, 8 m 4 e 

— Walford, Rich., and others, for Shooting, 28 
a 6/ 

— Wannop, Wm., and another, for Stealing. 
25aS e * 

— Warren. Wm., for Stealing, 9 u 4 « 

— Waterfleld, John, for Forjrery, 30 »i 1 1 c 

— Waterman, John, for Stealing, ]() n A f 

.— Wehster. Katherine, for Murder, 2H m 12 a 
— 29w n tf 

— We^t, John, for Stealing, 11 y 4 e 

Wm., for Stealing, S a 6 «~22 / 11 rf 

— While. John, for Fraud, 29 a 12 6 

— Whitcly. Wm., for Stealing, 30»/i 11 r 

— Wilkina, Janrea. for Stealing, ISjif 

— Williams, Francis, for Stealing, 17 a* 12 a 

Henry, and another, for Stealing, 25 ; 6 if 

Joh'i, fw Stealing, 2 m 11 r/ 

and another, for Vagrancy, 10 y' 14 a 



— Wilson, Ahce, for Stealing, 14/6/ 

Darid, for Stealing, 28 m 12 « 

y/m.* for Unlawful Poaseasion, 2 a 4 f 

— - WinsliTp, John, and another, for Burtrlarr 

an 



Criminal Triab (continued), 

Witt, Rer. Otto, for Murder, ^ m 5 tf 

Winter, Henrr, and another, for Bargliry, 

88 a 6 a 

Wood, Emma, for Stealing, 2 a 4 /* 

J. S., for Fraud. 14 ; 6 /* 

— Wrench, E. L., and another, for Foigaryr 

29 a 12 A 
Wright, Herbert, and another, for Stealiafi 

17i6a 
Wroxbnrgb, Wm., andanother, for BBifiary, 

10 a 4/ 

Wythe, Pred., for Burglary, 6 « 14 a 

Youngman, Jamea, for Stealing, 21 si 6 « 

Croix Gammee, Memoir of. 12 a 9/ 
Crosakey (Kobt.) lulian Frontier Arrangemeoti, 

17 a llff 
Croaaley (John) Memorial to, at Halifax, 24 ■ 7/ 
Crown of India, Ordera Conferred, 14 ; 5/ 

Life Assurance Company, 80 i 9 a 

Croydon ConserratiTe Association, 16 m 10/ 
Cro/ier (Capt.) on Posthumou's Honoura, 1U4 /" 

on the Late Prince Imperial, 24 ; 10 b 

— - on laandlana, 6 y 10 6 

Crystal Letter Weighta, Danger of Usmg, !*« 

11 o— 18 oil r 

Crystal Pnljice, Admiirsions, se^ n-ety dtiysp^i^ 

Lord Heaconsfield's Tragedy to be Perform*! 

at. \7 jl d 

Company's School of Pramical Engineering, 



Distribution of Prizes, 26 a 12 cf— 29 « 6 e 

Concerts, 2i> n 5/ 

at Easter, 12 a 12 c— 15 a of 

Fete Rt in llnnour <.f tlie Duke.nndDuch«*» 

of Connaught, U m 9y— 21 / 11 /— 23 j 10 o- 

28/11 /*— 30 i 12 /' 

Flower Show, 2*> m 9 / 

Licensed Victualler;?' Anniversary Feelival 

at, 1 (> m 7 f 

Mr. Mann's Eosefit Concerts, 20 m 6 6 

Mftroi.olit,in mhI City rolicc Orphanage 

Jubil»?e Fet« at, 27 ; 5 t 

Picture Gallery at. 24 « 11 c 

Cuba, New Governor- General. 21 « 8 rf 

Chinese Coolies in, Deputation to the Chinese 

Anibafsador on, 2 m 8 u 

Elections in, 23 a 7 ti—2A ab f 

Slavery in. 8 hi R ei- 23 j 1 2 c * 

Cuckoo, Advent of, 12 a 6 /— 14 o 8 e 
Cuddesdon College, Kev. Canon King on, 4ji'6/ 

Annivorsurv Festival, 12 ; 5 « 

Rev. C. J. Elliott on, 6 f 6/ 

CufFo (^('has. M*D.) Newspapera for the SickaaJ 

Wounded, U> 10 * 
Cunard Company, the Gallia^s Firat Voyage, 17 

a 5/ 
Cushen (H.) Evidence on Co-Opera ticn, 26 ; 11/ 
Cuat (Robt.) on the Languagea of Afn- a. 23; 5 « 
Cutlery Exhibition, Banquet to Lord CamarroD 

on the Sucoeaa of, 24 m 6 /* 
Formal Opening of, by th/e Earl of Cama^ 

Ton. 2 m 10 a 
Lord Carnarron Preaented with the Free' 

dom of the Company, 24 m 6 / 

Prince Leopold Inspecta, 8 m 5y 

Royal Visitors to, 1^ m 9/ 

Cyi-lcoriUn S*?n«ons, pJ m 7 rf— 19 w 13 rf 



^ilDe 30, 18'/d.] palmer's INDBX to ** TStB ftMBS " MEWSPA^AftV 



I)e» 



rrcFonei and Tornado*, Note on, 4 i 11 / 
CYPAirs :- 

CorreipondeDce Reip#cting, 3 a 9 /* 

- — Col. Biddulph Leafes Turkey for; 18 ; 6 rf 

—24/ 6 J 
«- — £nffland and the Port*. 20 / 6 c 
«--^ Her Majeetj's Birthday Celebrated in, 26 

m% a 
"—^ Miacellaneoaa News, 14 a 3 e 
Outrage on Two Greek Priests by Order of 

the British Commissioner at Famagosta, 30 m 

6rf— 2.; 12/ 

Quarantine in, 7 n 6 a 

Queen's Birthday in, 28 y 6 ^ 

Surrey of, 27 i » /* 

- — Sir G. Wolseley Recalled to England. 29 a 

10 # 
and his Lady Leares for England, 13 m 5 

if— 17 TO 7 6 
■ Arrive in London, 22 m9 f 



D. 
Dairy Produce, Fall in the Price of , 6 w 1 1 / 
Dairymen's Benerolent Institution, 9 ; 9/ 
Dslmazzo (G. M.) Note on Sir A. Panizzi, 18 a H A 
Danger of Using Crystal Letter Weights, 16 n 11 
o— I8rt 11 / 

of Wooden Can<ll<»«" ticks. 23 tf fi « 

Daniel F. H. B. < on Vandyck. :'> a ]\ b 

Daniels < VV. U,) on the Silver Market, \2 j 9 h 

Danube, State of. 20 m 7 « 

Darien Canal ■ 'onjfross. 27 ;' 6 rf 

Darjei'ling Conij»«ny. 2/< a 9 (i 

Dashwood {C. h\) on the Zi.hi War Fiii.ds, 3 a 

11 b 
Davenport ( Arthnr^i on the A'lul'orMlion of Cot- 
ton Goods for ' hina. ^1 m 1<> n 
Davis , G. L.) on the University Boat Kace 4 a 

10 r 
Davrlais Iron Works, Reductiun of Wajros at. 7 

a 6« 
Dease (Edm.) on the Irish Unirereitv Bill. 2(5 m 

10 A 
Death of an Infant, by Stnrvntion, 11 n 3/ 

of a Notorious Impostor, Kobt. Aitken, 7 m 

10 o 

• Shocking, of a Burglar, Found Uoaated in 

a Chimney, l\ a 4 e 

from a Steel Pen Running into the Hand, 2 

i 5(f 
DEATHS: — In consequence of the Kegistrar- 
General having a complete Alphabet ical List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all Britt^h Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
rertised in the Times. 
<_ Abdullah Effendi, Funeral of, 81 m 9 </ 
— Aleiander, Gen. Kobt., 20 ta 9/ 
•^- Anderson, Sir H. Laoon, 11 a 6 e 

Angas, Geo. Fife, 24 m 9/ 

«— Angers, David d*, WMow of, 2 m 6 6 

Annunciacao, Tho. Josa, 25 a 6/ 

Anspacb, Burgomaster of Brussels, 30 m 7 

/ — a1 s» 7 c 

Funeral of, 22 m 5 rf 



Deaths {continuedX 

Amey, Col. Chas. Augustus, 1 1 o 4 e 

AttWood, J. Lyndon, 18 ni 10 c 

Auldjo, Major Gen. J. R., 20/ 10 /* 

— -. Bagshawe. Her. F. L., 9 a 12 6 

Bngster, Samuel, 28 m I a 

Baker-Cresswell, Addison John, 10 w 7 s 

Balfour, Commander E. R. J., 19 m 8 s 

Bataille, M., Bp. of Amiens, 117 5 6 

Battye, Major Wigram, 6 a 10 *— 8 o 12/ 

Beadon, Rev. Canon, 11 ; 11 /"— 12> 13 e 

Beck, Karl, the Poet, 12 a 7 c 

Beevor. Sir T. B.. 8 a 7 /" 

Bernard, Sister Marie, 18 o 6 < 

Funeral of, 23 a 7 a 

Blsne, Capt. Geo.. 10 m 7 s 

Bolton, Commander Charles, 16 a 6 s 

Bonaparte, .Vladame, Bald 

Funeral of, 23 a 6 c/ 

Bourgnignon Von Bauinberg, Admiral, 5 / 

5d 

Boys, Rear Adra. W., 19 « 14 a 

Brager, Durand, 28 a 7 c 

Brownlow, Col. C. St. George, 14 a 9 c 

Burnier- Robert, Col., S » 13 « 

Butler- Johnstone. Hon. Henry, 2 a 10 6 

Butt:, Isaac, 6 w 10 k 

Funeral of. 1 2 m 8 A 

— Home Rulers Meeting on his Decease, 9 

m]\ h 
Notes on, 9 m 1 1 A— 12 w 14 6 

Calvert. Charles. \*^ ? 12 (i 



Campbell, Dr., It^ ? o u 

— Sir Donald. 12 7 13 « 

— Opt. the Hon. li. G. E., 10 alia 
(/flSflie. Jameti, 12 m b b 
Chararay, M. Gsibriel, 26 w 7 d 



Christina. Iiifanta. of Spain. bO a 7 s 

Clare, ('ounfes.s of, I m \^) d 

Clark, Member of Congress for Iowa, 30 a 

Id 

Clarkaon, Major ^\>n. J. P., 19 rt 14 a 

Clavton, Rice Richard. 10 m 7 e 

Close, Lt. Col. J. B. Gr:.nvilli', 12 / 13 « 

Cockburn, Dowajjer Lady Anae. 16 a 6 e 

Collis. Rov. Dr. J. D., 2 a 10 /. 

Corafa di Tract to, C«nlinal Abp., 19/7 6^ 

Colt on. Hev. VV. C, 25 ; 14 a 

— Couture. Thomas. I o a 

Cowper. Hon. ('. S., 3 ti 10 6 

Crawshav, Kobt. J.. 12 m 8 b 

Crestadoro. Dr. Andrea, 9 a I a 

Crossley, John, 19 a 14 a 

Davis, Lady Lucy C, 10 m 7 s 

Davy, John Henry, 29 a 1 6 

Delaroche, Horace, 6 m 7 rf 

Delescluzes, Henri, 30 a 7 c 

Deligeorgii, M., 29 m 5 c< 

Demartino, Signor, 7 a 6 c 

Dennys, Major Gen. £. L., 20 m 9 / 

Dickson, Col. W. D., 19 « 14 a 

/>lx, General, 33 « 7 c & / 

D'Ombrani. Lieut, Oj 6/ 

Donay, General Feliii, 1 w 6 A— 5 ml € 

Dented, 2 at 5 ^ 

Funeral of , 8 m 5 c 

Dove, ProfesnoT Heinrich, 7 a B d 



Bea 



rkhUXR*9 IKDVX TO " TIW TIMES " NfiWSPAPKB. 



[April 1 t» 



Deaths (^ continverl) 

lh>y\e, Kt. K«t. Thiimat, 9/ 13 a 

6ir W. H., 1 m 10 </ 

Dufrager, Xavier, 5 ; 6 A 

Uiingarvon, Viscountess, 5 a 12 c 

Karle, Ralp>h Anstruther, 14 / 10 c 

Etionns, Micha^;!, '60 a 7 c 

Funeral of, 3 m 7 k 

l'>'Rn3. KeT. Prebendary, 24 m 9/ 

Fairfax, Dowager Lady, 26j 7 s 

Far^hawe. Kev. T., 2 « lu A 

FainhHin, Edw. Basil, 17 »i 11 e 

Farrer, James, 18 y 6 s 

Fellowes, Lt. Col. U., 19 a 14 a 

Fer, Albert, 1 m 10 J 

Finch, Lad J Elizabeth, 8 ; 5 d 

Fisher, Aiohdu. Edw. Henry, 10 m 7 «— 12 

m ^ b 

Fitzwiliiam, W. S., 25 a 5 f 

l-orHter. Geii. W. F., ii j \l f 

I\>x, Dr. 'IMbury. 1 1 ; 1 1 /— 12 ) 13 • 

- V roude, Wihiain. 27 m 7 e— 3^ 12 6 

Funeral, 7 7 7/ 

Gambier. Sir K.'J.. 4i U b 

Adiu. Geo. Cornish, 24 ;' 10 t 

Garcia, the Famous Gambler, 6 m 7/ 

Garrison, William Lloyd, 26 w 7 «— 10; 8/ 

—16./ la c 
Gasaer, Vincenz, Prince Bp, of Brexen, 10 

a6 (/ 

Georing, Professor, 7 o 6 « 

Giskra, Dr. Karl, AjBb 

Gobat, Bishop, 15 m 10 e— 20 m 9/ 

Godwin, Capt. John, 5 m S d 

Gordon, Adm. Syl vanes Wm, 2\ m 7 e 

Grainge, J as. Mayor of Oxford, 7 a 9/ 

- Grant, James., 26 m 8 s 

— — Greff ulhe. Comte Henri de, 1 1 a 6 6 

Funeral of, 16 a 6 a 

Griffith. BeT. Dr. John, 2 J 18/ 

Grisebach, Frofessor, 14 m 7 e 

Hadfield, George, 22 u 6 s 

Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josepha, 29 m 6 b 

Halket, Advocate, 2.; 12 a 

^-> Hamilton, Capt. Thos. Bece, 24 m 9 / 

Harper, Be v. Dr., 14 a 5 a 

Hart, Capt., of Bonny, 13 m 6 s 

Harvey, John, 1 1 a 6 c— 16 a 11«— 23 a 12/ 

^-^ Hill, Lord George Augusta, 11 a 6 c 

Hinde, G. W., » i Us 

Hopton. Kev. W. Parsons. 23 a 7 /* 

Howard, John, a Waterloo Man, 2 a 10 <i 

C. W. G., 16 a 9/ 

Funeral of, IS a 9 f 

— — Humphreys, Henry Noel, 16^' 12 d 

Jewett, Dr. Charles, 23 a 7 / 

Jones. Col. L. B., 10 m 7 s 

Kelland, Ber. Philip, 10 m 7 • 

Professor, 10 ; 12 /* 



Kennedy, Rt. Hon. F. T., 3 a 10 A 

Kummer, Fred. A., 2 ; 18 /* 

Lander, Mrs. Widow of Walter BaTife^ 36 

a 6/ 
~^ Langton, Commander T. W., 27 i 10 e 

Larcom, Major Gen. Sir T. A., 19 j 12 a 

^ — Lasteyric, M. Ferdinand de, 13 m 6 k 
- Larergne, Alex, do, 3 o 6 c 



Deaths fconitnued), 

Lawrence, Lord, 2Ay 12 a 

Funeral, 30> 1 1 / 

Noteon, SOill/ 

Leeke. Rev. W., 10 ; 7/ 

Leray, M., the Painter, 27 m 7 A 

La Tour da Pin, Dowager Marchionesa, l-*^ 

m 5 6 

Luckin, Joeepb, 2 m 1 6 

Lutolf, Dr. Aloys, 13 in 10 c 

Mttcduwel, Lieut., Maid 

Mackay, Dr. Geo., 1 m 10 ct 

Mackenzie, Major Gen. A. M., 80 m 8 c 

MackiUop Admiral, 6j 4 4^& /*— 19 /6c 

Maclagan, Alex., 22 a 5 • 

Malet, Ber. J. A., 8 a 12/ 

Marinucci, Signer, 6 a 7 • 

Martin, Offlejt J3 m 10 c 

Martino. Giacemo de, 8 a 7 c — 15 a 11 s 

Maydwell, Col. A Law, 19 a 14 a 

Mazzante. Countess Fiorini. 29 a 6 ^ 

M'Lcan. Privy Ccuticillor, 9 m 6 6 

Mene, the Sculptor of Animala, 83 si 6 6 

Menzies, — , of New CoUege^ ^j^f 

— — Merridew, Henry, 22 a 6 s 

Meteyard, Misa £liza, S a7j 

Mettetal. M.. 21 a 7 c 

Mit^er, Rajah l>egumber, 6 « 7 c 

Mootesemolo Signer, 7 a 6 c 

Mont pay roux, Gu3'et, 19 a 7 <f 

■ Denied, 21 o 7 e 

Moore, Dr., 11 ; 11/ 

Moscow, Metropolitan of, 22 a 5 ^ 

Moser, Herr Julius, 27 at 7 6 

Mostyn, Hon. G. C^ 20 j 10 / 

Mozon, Major Gen. G. G^ 26 / 7 e 

Mudd, Wm., 92 « 5e 

Murchison, Dr. Charles, 24 a 1 6^24 a lU 

—25 ab f 

Muratti, Gen. Annibal, ijhd 

Nspoleon, Louis Prince Imperial, 20 1' 6 #-- 

21 j 9 d-21 ; 12 a— 23 / 12 a— 26 / 12 d 

Account of his Death, 80 / 12 a & tf 

Addresaes to the Empreaa, 23 t' 7 c^-ST 

J8o 



ys 



Austrian Conrt go into Mourning for, SI 

Chislehurst and Woolwich on the Kevi, 
2l>7tf~24ilOa 

Clergymen Referring to in their Diieoanei, 



23 J 12 6 

the French Press and France on. 21 ; 7 a 



—23 J 7 c 

the German Nation on, 21 ; 7 6^23; 7 



—26 ; 6 e 

Health of the Empress, 26 j 7 c**t7 ; 6 a 

— 28/9 rf— 30/8 r. 

MS. Prayer of the Prince, Full Text, 30 



j8e 



Masses for, 28/9 (f— 38/ 13 a— 24 ; 10a 
—27 ; 6 a— 28/ 7 c— 28 / 9 d-^m i 8 e 

Names left at Chislehurst Lodge, 28 jM 



a -24 I 10 a— 26i 7 s— 28/ 9 if— 80 j 6 e 
— Nations' Expressions of Regret, 83 / 8 « 

Notes about, 24 ; 10 a— 26 ; 8 6 

Order of the English Conrt to go into 



•«i 



Mourning, for 23 ; 12 6 



Jane 30, 1S79.] palmbe's index to ** tub timbs « nkwspai'kr. 



2>ea 



Seftths (eoHtimted). 

Napoleon, Louis Prince Imperial, Opening 

and Reading of the Will, 28 ; 9 </ 

FortrHita Taken, 24 J 10 b 

' Prince Jerome Isolates himself, 24 j 10 a 

Proposed Successor, 28 / 7 •— 26 j 6 h 

the Qae«n Visits at Chislehnrst the Em- 
press, 24 i 10 a 

Recovery of his Body, 80.; 12 a 

■ Roman Papers on, 2\ j 7 d 

Royal Civil and Private Telegrams and 



Visits of Condolence to the Empress, 21 j Id 
—23 J Irk rf— 28> 12 «— 24 / 6 a— 24 j 10 a 
Royal Visitors to the Empress, 27 7 8 a — 



soysc 

M. Rouher*s last Interview with the Prince, 



26/ 6 a 

Nicholas, I>r. Thomas, 16 m 1 a 

>iicolson. Lt. Fred.. 2Aa\l d 

Nightingale, Rev. George, 9 m I a 

Nixon, Rt. Rev. Dr., Bp. of Tasmania, 12 

Northey, Col., 80 a 12 a— 1 mlOd 

OTonnell Sir M. 0.. 16 a 6 « 

Ogilvie, Robt. Amesley, 20 m 9 /* 

Orange, Prince of, 12 ; 7 a— 18 j 9 /- 18 j 

5 a— 23 7 7 d 

Fnneral of, 24 ; 5 «-26 ; 6 « -27 y 6 e 

Osenbmgger, Dr. Edw.. 14 i 10 c 

Otway-Cane, Hon. Marie, 17 m 11 c 

Packer, Asa. 20 m 7 s— 8 ; 11 c 

Palmer, Rev. W., 12 a IJ 

-^^ Paniszi, Sir Anthony, 9 a 10 c 

Funeral of. 10 a 9y— 12 a 11/— 14 a 8 d 

Notes on, 10 a 11/— 18 a 6 6—19 a 18/ 

—23 a 14 J 

Panrott, Rear Adm., 12 m 8 6 

Patrick, Thos., 6 ; 1 a 

Pant Mrs. Howard. 9i 18 a 

— Peat, Mrs. E C the Last of the Nieces of 
the late Sir Walter Scott, 26 ; 7 e 

Penny, Rev. E. H., 81 w 9/ 

— Penoyee, Dr., 2 a 5 A 
Pictet, Kdw., 20 w 9/ 

Pierrot, M., Head of the French Telegra- 
phic Department, 28 cr 7 a 
Pierrey, Dr., 81 m 7 ^ 

— Perrin, Madame, 3y 6 k 

Pirie. Major Qeit., 26 a £ / 

Pisandli, Oinseppe, 16 a 11 t 

Pothuaa, Madame, 28 a 7 e 

Funeral of, 29 a 6 6 



Price, James, Landscape Painter, 26 y 1 a 

Prince Imperial of France, vee Napolboit 

Pulham, Chas. Henry, 80 m 8 c 

— Radnor, Countess of, 8 a 7/ 

Rashleigh, Dowager Lady of, 12 ; 18 e 

Rathdonnell, Baron, 20 m 9/ 

Raynsford, Lt. Col.. 14 m 14 a 

-*^ Recabona, Prince Bishop of , 1 4 a 3 d 

— - Reoks, Trenham. » m I u 

' Reynolds, Major Gen. J. H., 2 o 10 ef 

— * Btchter, Ptofcssor, 19 a 14 a— 24 ah t 
' Riddlesden, Col. J. B., 30 m 8 c 

•~ Robertson, John, of Glasgow, 16 a 1 a 
Crsvan, 24 y 10 e 

llw Fxtiich Calcraf t, 28 a 7 • 



Beatha (continued). 

Rochechouart, M. de, 27 m 7 cf -l j B e 

Romanet, Vicomte de, 2 a 5 6 

Rosenkrans, Professor Dr. Karl, 18/66 

Rothschild, Baron Lionel, 4> 7 a — i j 10 a 

Funeral of, 6 j 9 «— 7 ; 12 d 

Notes on, 6 ; 8 c— 12> 14 6— 20y 9/ 

■■ Sermons on, 9 i 11 / 

Rousby, Mrs., the Actress. 22 a 6 

Roxburghe, Duke of, 26 a 6/— 28 a 8 s— 1 

m\Od 
— Funeral of, 6 m 10 e 

Rushout, Sir C. FitsgeraM, 89 m 6 6 

baisset, Adm., 2S m 7 d 

Sanders. Geo., 20 m 7 f 

Sandford. Gen. W., 26 ; 14 a 

Schrandolph,. Johann Von, 14 j 10 e 

Sells, Thos. Jenner, 3 a 1 a 

Shaw, Capt. E. W., 16 m 10 c 

Robt.. 19 ; 12 « --28 ; 7 b 

Shields, Gen. J as., Si 6 d 

Shirley. Gen. Sir H., 16 a 11 e 

Short, Rev. Thos., 4 j 1 1 6 

Sibthorp, Rev. R. W., 12 o 7/ 

Sloane- Stanley, VVm. Hanp. 26 m 8 s 

Smiles, G. J., Seven Times Mayor of MeU 

bourne. 6 a 7 

Smith, Hon. P. Austic, 11 j 11 / 

Smyth, Adm. Spencer, 8 a 13 ^ 

Snozell. Wm., 9 a 1 a 

Staemplii, Jacob, 16 m 6 «— 20 m9 f 

Stewart, Sir Jas. Annesley. 19 a 14 tf 

Streeter, F. Towers, 24 m 9 /" 

Stuart, Gen. Sir C. S., 8 a 18 rf 

Sturler, Col. A. Von, 12 j 18 ^ 

Sturt, Lady Charlotte, 8 a 7/ 

Sutcliffe. Rev. T.. 11 a 8 # 

Swainy, Sir Matu Coomara, 18 m 10 c 

Taylor, Sir Alex., 24 m 9/ 

Gen. Kichsrd, 14 a 3 d— 1 m 10 rf 

Lt. Col. C. Comqu, 10 m 7 • 



Tenterden, Lady, 2 a 10 * 

Thomas. Chas., Civil Funeral of, 16 a 6 & 

Tiddy, A. B., 6 a 1 a 

Toselli. Signer, 6.; 5 c 

Travers, Brig. Gen., 19 / 12 e 

Trevelyan, Lady, b a V2 c. 

Twysden, Sir Wni., 2« 7 7 «— 28 ; 9 d 

Tyrrell. Dr. W.. First Bishop of Newcastle, 

New South Wales, 14 m 14 a— 16 m 10 e 

Ulrich. Dr. Geo. K. Justus, 9 i 13 a 

Verrall, Eliz., 27 iw 1 a 

Villemessant, M. de, Founder of the Ftooio, 

14 a 8/) 

Funeral of, 1 8 a 5 c 

Viziaiiagram, Maharajah of, 30 a 7 s — 6 m 

7 e — 6 m 1 2 a 
WsWemar of Prussia, Prince of, Account 

of the Last Illness of, 4 a 10 « 

Walflener Freund Stein. Coant de, 7 a 5 </ 

Waldingiiame, Lady Eniily, 16 m 10 e 

Wards, Gen. Sir Francis, 10 m 7 e 

Well*. Itev. T. Bury. 10 / 7/ 

WestiUHaih, Earl of, 17 m 11 e 

Whiibread, Samtiel Chas., 28 m 10 a 

White, Capt. Loraine, 2 a 10 if 

— WUberforce, Wm., 2; 13 / 



Sea 



i»A1-MKtt*S INDKX TO ** THK TIXKa ** NBWSPAPEft. 



[April 1 U 



i 



Deaths {continued). 

WiiklTMon, Gtm. C. D., 9 a 1 1 4 

. Williams, Capt., 7 a 20 a 

Wolff. Dr. Bernhardt 13 n 5 ^ 

Woodruff, J. O.. 1»> 12 e 

, Woodward, Rev. J. H., 2 a 10 b 

Worthington, lUv. Dr. J. W., 1 a 1 i 

Wjnne, Capt. Warttn, 81 w 9/ 

Decayed Noblemen — n Duke and hia Wifa in tha 

Leeds Workhouse, ^3 a 13 r 
Denison (Acbdn.) Let^r to the Bp. of Bath and 

Wells, 19)9/ 

(Geo. ▲.)4m the Water Supply, 19 a 14 e 

DENMABK;^ 

Court News, 2 »i 6d— 30 j 8 A 

Celebration of the Fourth Centenary of the 

UniTersity of Copenhagen, bjic-^dj 6 d^^lQ 

J I80— 11 j4a 
— — Honorary Doctors Created at the University, 

6766 
Ma(3rniflceut Banquet at Copenhagen, 6 y 5 

^— 7>7c 

' Miscellaneous News, 9 ;' 8 a — 18 f o d 

Higidat; Closed. 16 ; 8 e 

Dens in VVhitecthnpel, 'i a 10 ^—7 a 4/-9 a9 f 
Depression of Agriculture — Case of Mr. Chilcott, 

23 m 10 d 

Dertv (^I^rd) and the Conservatives, 18 a 10 6 
~-il a8 d—'i'2a 10 e 

on Apr:i<'i»Jtural Depression, 16^ 13 s 

Srotcth Farmers 01 , 2ii ; 5 c 

at the Lancashire Fariuers' Club, 167 13 e 

at Manchester, 31 m ii h 

(E. H.) on ilu United Suites Debt, 6/7 6 

Dicev (Kdw.) tb« Khedive and his Minifcters, 9 

a il d—'Z'ol Ud 
Dickinson ( — ) Banquet to, on his Retirement 

from the Bnr, f> m 10 / 
Didot (l-irmin) fc^ule of the Books, &c., of, see 

Book a 
Dilke (Sir Chas.^ on Frcsenting the Address to 

Mr. Kerry bX C'heK-xea, i m lo e 
Dillon ^trHnk ) Nile an a Health Resort, \ m \0 d 
l>t\\\wyn ( — ; C'onsliuitionnl Quc&uon. 2 a 10 a 
Diocesan Inspectors, Annual Conference, 18^7 

ri-2t> i 6 / 

Diphiheria Spread by Water, \9 a 13 d 

Diplomatic Movements. 1 u 9 a — 14 wi 7 c — 13 m 

Cid 
Diseased Veal, Criminal Proceedings at Zurich 

about, 7 a 6 a 
Dis-establishment in Scotland, 29 m 6/ 
Diss Choral Society, New Oratoria I'erfornxed by, 

24 a IW 

Distress and the Rates, 1 7 a 8 e 
Distressed Seamen, 9j IS d 
Distribution of Seeds, 5 ; 6 rf 

of Work to a Distaace by Electricity. 7 j hd 

District Auditors, 19 a 6 </ 

Diyidends ( Bankrupt), seM wtry Wednuday** and 

Saturday's p^per 
Divorce, between the Crown Prince and Princess 

of Monaco in Progress, 'io a 6 c 
DIVOECE COURT:— 

Andrews v. Andrews, 19 9 6 « 

Anning r. Anning and Davis, 14 / 6 <f 

- Atkinson l\ Atkin:»on and another^ 4 a 4 e 



I 



Divoreo Ckniji {continutd). 

Barnaul v. Barnanl and others, 24 m € ^ 

Barnes v, Barnes and Riley, IS j 4 e 

— ^ Barrow i>. Barrow. 29 m 4 « 
-*— Bedlord v, Bedford, 81 m 6/ 

Behrens v.. Behrent, 29 m 4 e 

•-— Birks v. Birks and others. Said 

Blunden v. blunden and Maynaid, 23j6i 

Bourne u. Bourne, 28 j 6 e 

Branford v, Branford and Sheppard, 4 a4e 

—21 med 
Campbell v. Campbell, 2B tn i d 

— Campling v. Campling and Davis, 23 j 61 
Cheetham v. Cheeiham, 4 a 4 « 

Colston V, Colston. 28j 6s 

Davies v, Davies and Cochrane, 4 a 4 s 

— Dowdeswell i\ Dowdeswell, 8 m 4 c 

£astwood V, Eastwood and Bates. 28/ 6 c 

Edwards v. Edwards and Davidson, 10 a < 

</— '2 m^d 

Fiddos V. Fiddes, 28 ; 6 s 

Frontzel v. Fr^ntzel and others. 9 ; 4s 

and Welch, 15 m 4 </ 

Goodhall v. Goodh«ll. 23/ 6 « 

liaKestadt v. ilagestadtand SuttOD, 19^(1 

Hall v. Hall. 24 m Sd 

and Richardson, 7 m 6 e — 14 m € « 



Knapp r. Knapp, 4 <i 4 e 

Lawh>rd v. Laviford, 14; 6 d 

l>y(m r. David. 27 ; 13 e 

MMTbh r. Mar?h. \(\ j ii d 

Martvn v. Martvii and Newton, SO is 4€— 

31 Wi t>s' 

M- Anile r. M'Ardlo. 4 a 4 s 

OvliicljM c. Oeliichs, 18; 4 s 

Oxt<*rd t:. Oxford and Hove. 9 m id 

I'lti) t:, l*»i;iv and oihers, 287 6 r 

- Toner r. i'orier oud Kennis. 14 j^d-A^j 
6e 

PrcttT ?•. Protfy and Banks, 237 6 « 

Kaichll V. Ratciitf. 2 fl 4 e 

- Ko.'i* V. llijsA and another, 28 m 4 « 

^lilylu^ i\ >lartnr uitd Liddell, 13; 4« 

^oii<*iJi:<y()r u/i-is l)e Uarros v. De Barros, 

2(i ! 4 U~.il 1 11 fi— 2S ; (i« 

Sjiarke r. hparkeandSturt, 21 ; 6 c- 23;"fi« 

'Ji)mKjnn r. loinkias and Kerns, 8ni4c— • 

9 m 4 d — 1 <j m fi d 

Vinctnt r. Vim.'ent, ?.0 m i e 

Walker v. Walker and others, 167 6 s 

Waller V. Widlcr tiud liarvev, 16j6s 

Ward V. Ward, 2\ m 6 d 

Whiles V. Whiles and Cook. 20 ; 4 d 

— — Wrench v. Wrench and Cross, 16 j 6 « 
DiTorcfc*s in New England, 28 j 6/ 
DUCKS :— 

Bristol and Porteshead, 6 m 20 c 

Charges and Railway Companies, 14 si 136 

' — 16m6 6— 6>7a 

East and W^est India, 8 a 7 6 

Notes about. 7 a 7 a— 11 a £ b^H n 136 

Sharpness, 28 a 9 </ 

*-— State of Shares in Companies, see Mvery diffk 

paper 

Swansea, New, Z\ m 7 d 

Dog Licenses. 1 1 j 7 s 
in Xreluud; 13 m 4 s 



Jane 30, 1879.] palmsr's index to ^* thi times *^ mewspapeb. 



£da 



Dog's Identity— Trial a^ut, 2$ a S f 
DoHinger (Dr.) Denial of kit Submission to the 

Vatican, 8 • 6 r— 8 m 6 / 

Letter to Cardinal Newman, 25j7 f 

and the OU Catholics, 17 si 7 c 

Don Carlofl v. Gen. Boet— Libel and Robbery, 11 

ml e 
Door-Keeper of *«tlie House," an Araericaniin, 

Ma 4 a 
Dorset ll«nd!dtjr Societj, Annual Meeting, 11 

• 4 # 
Douglas (R. K.) Alleged Chinese Remaios at 

HlssarUk, 16/10 6 
(Wm,) on tbeDisaater to the 10th Hussart, 

8a]2r 
Draper (Professor Henry) Oxygen in the Sun, 

]<> 5 a 
Dnpery Trade and the Railways, 19 m 10 ft 
I>ried Tropical Flowers, 7/11/* 
Druids, Order of. Annual Delegation, Ajfif 

Biennial Conferenoe at Chatham, 18 i 12 « 

fimnkenneas in Kent, 27 ; 5 s 

Dublin Unirersity, sec Irxlaitd 

Dudley Gallery Exhibition, 19 / 5/ 

Dufferin (Earl and Countess) MoVenients of, 15 

tan/— SO; 8 6 
Dulwich College, Anniversaiy Meeting, 29 J II f 

Anoual Vieit of Inspection. 27 f' 11 s 

" Dulwich PUy" at, 21 a 12 rf 

Dttoean ( Jaa.) on the Sugar Bounties, 22 a i f - 
Dundee, Roman Catholic Diaturbance at, on Mr. 

Widdows'a Lectures, 10 a 6 /* 
Dunn (A. J.) on the Anglo- Uniyersal Bank, 5 

;76 
Dunravea (Sari ofy on Sporting in Canada, 23 a 

Duiham, Consecration of the New Bishop, 6 a 13 
y— 9 a 9 /— 10 a 9 y— 24 a 9y— 25 a 10 ^—26 
a 12 ir~29 a 6/ 

Address Presented to, by Corporations of 

Keweaetle and Gateshead, I7> 12 6 

Confirmation of the New Bishop, 1 1 a 9 /* 

• on a Proposed Snff ragan for, 22 a 1 1 c 

Kcception of, at the CHthedral. I G m 7 /* 



— University, Awards of Scliolarships, &c., 
13 j 8 c 

Barry Scholarship, 6 ; 6 e 

ClaaaLisU, 24j 11/ 

Degreee Conferred, 10 ai 12 e— 13 / 8 c— 



26 I 10 c 

Rxaroinations for Degrees. 28j 8 b 

Examiners Appointed, 10 m 12 « 



Dost Showers at Reggio, 8 / 6 c 

Dyer (Bernard) on Arsenical Wall Papers, 31 n 

13/ 

E. 
Eailswood Aeylum. see Astlcm 

Summer Fete at, 21 / II /' 

Early Closing Asaociation, Annual Meeting, 12 

m6f 

' Free Tradera, 10 j \'6 d 

Notes on, I4> 12 /— 17> 9 f 

iMrthqoake al Aix-la-ChapeU, 2 >'l2 d 

at Bmr and Elsdorf, 12 a 7 e 

atCadiK,5a7i/&s 

in Canada, 27/ 11 f 

-^ in Costa Rica. 17 i 7 c 



Earthquake in Japan, 12 a 11 « 

in Persia, 29 a 10 a 

— at Reggio, 29 m 5 <f 

in Scotland, 18/9/ 

in Sicily, \9j7ii 

- at Sigmaringen, 30 a 7 i 

in the East during Ten Centuries 5/6/ 

Eaat-End JuTeoile Mission, Annual Meeting, 19 

m 8 £ -24 m 6 a 
East India Loan BiU, Note on, 26 m 8 <f 
London Hospital for Children, Annual 

Meeting, 29 m 10 d 
Eaater io Rome, I9a€ h 
Amusements at Fnblie Plaoea of E&terain- 

monta, 15 « 5 « 

Bounties of the Queen, Distribution, 11 a 7/ 

Dues, Note on, Hj 5 d 

a Fixed Festival, Note on, 12 a 18 </ 

Holidays, Note on, 8 a 13 / 

Review of, 12 « 12 « 

Snows, 16 a 1 1 Z'— 19 a 8/ 

Sunday in Constantinople, 28 a 6 / 

Services, 14 a 6 6 

Tuesday in the City of London. 16 a II d 

Eaatem Roumilia, »ee Roumblia 

Eastwick (E. B.) on Dr. Wilson's Life, 15 a 11 J 

Ebbw Vale Steel Iron and Coal Company, 21m 

13 6—26 ; 9 J 
Ecclesiastical Benefices, Royal Commission on, 3 

a 6tf 

JEsthetics, 8 a 12 d 

Commissioners, Note about, 10/7 d 

Grants of Stipends, 1 1 / lU d'--26 / 10 / 

IMIapidations, 27 ; 1 1 s 

Economics of the Telephone. 10 m 6 / ' 
Economists, Cor.greni of, at Frankfort, 25 a 6 c 
Ecuador, Miscellnneous News. 24 a II a 
Eddystone Lighthouse, Laying the Foundation 

of the New, 13> i)/-21 j 12y— 23 y 8 rf— 24 / 

10 /— 27 / 10 / 

Note on Smeaton*s, 25/ 13 e— 28 / 14 ft 

Ede (.Elton B.) Planting in Paris, 3/ 6 /* 

Edinburgh Angling Club, 10 / 4 / 

Edinburgh Uiu\ei-sity, Appointments, 2 a 11 </ 

Celtic Chair KunU, lo a J ti— Tj « 13/ 

Chair of rolilicul Economy, 26 <i 12 e — 30 

o lly 

of Mathematics, Vacancy, 10/ 12/ 

Degrees Conferred, « u 1 1 b—i a 10 U~-*2:i 

a 10 6 

Edinburgh Merchants Company, 2G a 12 « 

Exauiiuatioi s, 23 u to b 

Historical Prize, 2 a II d 

Meeting of General (Council, 18^3 d—VJ a 

13/ 
Edinburgh Univeritity Club. 23 /.v o e 

Quarterly Dinner, 2i} m 10 e 

Edibou bleclric flight, 25 u 10 c 

Candle*, 9 m 1 1 c 

Edisoirs ieluphone, 12 m 9 /* 

Edmund** (Dr.) on Charity Orgj*nl«ntion, 7 o 8 c 
EDUOATION :— 

BirtiiinghRm School Doartl. Hesolution for 

Special Moral Instruction, 5 /#< li /' 

in Bosnia, 8 a 12/ 

College of Preceptors, see Tcllbob 

Committees. Joint Mectiri?. 19 / 13 J 



Edu 



PALJf BU'S IVDEX TO '' TlIB TIMES ' NEWflPAPn. 



[Aprfl 1 1« 



EdncatUm (eontinnett). 

Conf •rencet on, S a 1 1 c 

of Elemeatary Teafshera OB, 18 « 11 i 

Edinburgh School Board, EltcUon of 

ben, 7 a 6 e 

Educational Diipnto at Cork, 80 a 18 c 

Statistics of France. IS a IS « 

Eleoientarj and the Uai?ersit/, 8 m 6 • 

Schools, 10 m 18 a 



*'— Higher Education of Woiiien, 10; 8 s 

— • Intermediate in Ireland, 8 a 8 • 
Act. 7 IN 12/ 

Iri h, 18 f 8 f—ZBi 13y— 27.; 8 a 

• Endowed Schools Commission, 8 a 8 s~ 

14 a 4 </— 24 a 6 c 

UniTcrshy, 28 « 12/ 

•—— in Japan. 17 a 12 < 

— LiTerpooI School Board Prosecutions, 87 jSJ 
— — in London and Ore^ham College, 8 a 7/ 

— London School Board, Brewers Companj 
Scholarships, 1 m 6/ 

and the Education Department, 8 a 10 e 



— 17 o 8 a— 24 a 10 s-l m t>/— 8 m 6/ 

Expenditure, Meetings on. So lO/— 80 



10/— 'i^e ; 7 J 

Finiince. 8 m 6 A-29 m 1 1 c 

Kings College .School Pass to, 22 m 8 8 

Kew Schools, 26> ^ /— 27 j & f 

Kotes about. lOj 6 «— 12 ; 13/*— 14 j 7 / 

— !(> j 14 A— 26i6</-27; 10 • 

— Salaries under Revision, 15 «i 11 « 
Wei'kly Meetings. 8 o 10 «— 24 a 10 a— 1 



m 6 /- Ifr m 11 c— 2) m 8 »— 29 ai 11 e— 19 ; 8 
./-2« ; 7 f 

— Mallow Schools, 2 m 9 /—Q mb.f 

— National. Note un. S / t» • 
Union of Elenieatary Teachers, 1& « 7 </ 



— Note on. 24 ; 8 / 

— Physical at Schools and Collegas, 12 a 18 a 

— Primary* and Higher. Note on. 28 ; 9 e 

— Registration of 1'eachers, Note on, lb a 7 tf 

— School Board Education. Kotes on, 17 jf 7 s 
— 20> 14) C/-27.; 10 « 

AduiinistratioB, Conference of Delegates, 



10»i7rf— 17m7/ 

of Scotland. 15 a 4 s 



— Science 1 caching in Board Schools, 28^ 9 e 

->— - Secondary in Prussia, 7 a 4 </ 

^— UniTersity Education in Ireland, 19 a 7 /'— 

12 mHa 

Voluntary System m Note on, 15 a 7 a 

Education Sucietj, Gvneral Meeting of the 

Society. 27 mj 7 / 
lOWTs- 
— »— Action of England and Fiance on the Crieis, 

10 a 5 a— 12 a 7 a -28 a 7 c— 28 a 8 6—6 si 5 

c^7 M 10 6~.10 SI 7 c^ia m 5 0—14 m 5 J— 

14 M 7 i* & r— 15 m 5 «— 17 m 7 b— 21 ; 7 < 
«_ At pofntmentR and Changes. 4c., 29 a 5 c — 

23 u, 5 1^24 m 7 tf 
^- Tr tish Consulate at, 25 a 10 8 
--^ \\\ dget, 28 a 5 if— 19 j 7 d 
«-^ r* mm'ssioo of Inquiry to the Khedire, 21 

«i9a 
— — oa the Khedive^s Rival Budget, 21 a 9 a 
Repurt Seised in the Egyptian Post Office,, 




91 



tt 



Egpyt {continuBd), 

the Crisis, 26 ; 5 a & s-27 i 5 a— 28; 7 « 

Crops, 2» a 8 r 

-^- Castoois in, 24 SI 10 8 

Domain Land's Loan, 8 a 4 </— 9 a 8 if 

and England. 7 jl c 

the English Ofllcials Resama thair Positioa, 

S6a7« 

— European Officials Leara. 12 m 12 a 
Famine in. 8 a 7 <— 8 a 4 <f^9 a 1 1 d-AU 

10 8-24 IN 12 a 
-: — Finances. 1 8 8 cf— 10 a 8 c— 15 a 8 e— Its 
7e— 8 m6 <f— 12 la 12 8—16 si 6 //~26m8« 
— 8>4a-18>5rf— 16^8 8—19^7^-28;! 
tf— 25>5 8 

Flirting Deht, 12/8 8 

France and EngUnd Call on the Kheififs t» 

jn. 28> 7 s— 26 ; 7 •— 26 j 8 a 
and Germany, 28 m 8 </ 4 <— 29 mid 

Germany's Protest to the Khedive. 10; 7^ 

Germany Protests agunsi the Preoeediiigs 

of the Khedive, 19 m 8 8 
Col. Gordon and the Khedive. 8 a 12 c 

— the Government and the Post Office. 1 6 a ft ^ 
— - Hereditary Succession in. Note on, 12 a 12/ 
International Court of Appeal on the Domsia 

Landk Mortgages. 2 m 5 a 

and luly. 28 a 7 c 

the KhedWe and his Creditors, 28 o 8 <f 

and Nubar Paslia, 2b ; 12 <i 

on the Position, 18 « 6 a— 19 a 12 a 

and the Powers, 5 j 8 s— 6/ 8 </— 12/ 5 a 

Ministerial Crisis in, 2 a 10 8—7 a 6 (f-9 s 

8a&d-9a 11 d— 11 a 3 s— 15 a 6 <f 

Miscellaneous News. 8 a 8 <f— 8 a 7 </— 11 o 

8 u-^12 u 7 </— 19 a 12 a— 25 a 5 <— I m 6 tf- 
8 w 7 e-5 SI 8 8—5 m 18 a 20 m 7 /— 21 si 7 
tf— 22 -a 5 c— 26 m 8 a— 28 m 5 e— 80 m 5 s*8 
i 5 c— 4 .; 5 a— 14 ; 7 a— 19 j 6 c— 20 ; 8 8-» 
1 8 a— 24 ;5 « 4 if— 25J 7 <f— 28 7 5 e— 30 i 7 
8— 80> 8 • 

Misstatements of the Khedive. 19 a 12/ 

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt, 2 a 

5 s— 12in 12a— 2; 8c— 11>]1 8 

National Party in Power, 26 a 7 a— 21 « 

to a 
-— ~ New Ministers, 5 m 13 « 
Notes about, li a 8 s-15 a 6 </— 16 a 10 8 

^29 a 9 a 
Oiler of the Sultan to Depose the Khedive 

if Required. 24 u 5 a 

Official Documents, 28 a 7 e 

Plan for Re-Organizing the Finances of, 28 

a54f 

Proposed Reduction of Rates, 29 a 5 c 

Quarantine. 21 a 8 d 

Retirement of A dm. Mackellop, 7 si 10 8 

— — Sanitary Commission. 2 a 5 e 

•^— Mr. Archer Shee Dismissed, 9 ai 8 if 

Shivery in, 8> 4 a 

State of. 27 m 7 c 

Statistical Tableau of, 12 ; 8 <f 

and the Sues Canal Shares, 81 si 7 c 

Taxation in. Note on, 12 a 8 /* 

Turkey and tha Khedive, 14 « 3 1— 15 a 8e 

6 <f- 16 a 5 e— 17 a 5 c— 18 a 5 <f 



June 30, 1879.] pauu&^8 wdex to ** the times " MiirsFAFBB. . 



Sng 



£g}'pt~Work of the New GoTernment, 10 o 8 6 

—16 a 10 a 
Ebsticity of Solid Bodies, 19 m 11/ 
Klctno, the Basque Navigator, Celehration of the 

Centenary of, 2 ; 8 & 
Elcho (Loni) on the Conferences with Noer 

Mahomed, 27 m 18 r 

on the Yoloflteers, IfiaS f 

ELECTIONS :— 
Bath, 23 a 13 // 

— Birkenhead, 1 af II e~24 m^d 
Blackburn, 6 m 12 a 

Bradford, 10 m 18 6—24 oi 9 rf— 80 m9 f-^ 

81W9 0— 7yil/ 

Brifrhton, 21 a 8/— 25 a 6 a 

Bucka, 16 m 7 a 

Canterbury, 2 la 8 a— 5 ai 8/-7 hi 19/— 9 

JR 1 1 o — 24 ; 5 a 

New Member, 10 m 18 6 

Cardi£F, 2 a 10 o—l mile 

— CarnarTonshire. 19 / 9 / 
Chatham, 27 j 10 f 

Chelsea. 24 a 1 1 a— 18 m 18 6 

—^ Cheltenham, 6 m 12 a 

— » City of London, 81 m 9 a— 14 ; 10 6 

CUre. Note on, 9 a 11/— 10 a 11/ 

County, 4 a 10 s— 7 a 9 /"— 8 a 12 /— • a 

11 /'— 16 9 /*— 28 a 7 €—28 a 12 <-29 a 10 a 



— 6 la 8 /— 12 m 8 e— 18 m 10 a— 16 m 7 a— 17 | 

mil a-l9m8/— 2/9 d 
Cockermouth, 8 a 7 r— 9 a 10 /— 10 • 11 / 

— I5a 10</— 17a 6 d 

Colcheater, 24 a 1 1 a 

Cumberland CSaat), 18 a 8 /— 21 a 8/— 25 

a 5 e 

New Member, 26 a 12 a 

Derby. 2 m 8 a 

Derbyshire (East), 27i^O/ 

Dudley. 14 m 10 c 

Falmouth, Sj of 

Fifeahire, 30 a 10 a 

Finsbury, 14 m 10 c— 16 ai 7 a 

Grantham, 21 ; 10 a 

Greenwich. 5 si 8/— 10 m 18 ft— 27> 10/ 

Halifax, 19 m 8/— 7; 11/ 

Horaham. 24 m 9 d 

Kilmarnock. 28 « 12 a 

Kirkcudbright. 10 f 7 <f 

Lambeth, 21/ 10 a 

Lancaahire (North Eaat), 8 i 5/— 7/ 11 / 

—21 j 10 a 
rSouth West), 29 a 10 a— 1 m 11 e— 8 at 5 

a— 28 / 12 / 

Leeds. 6 m 8/ 

— ^ Lewes, 16 m 7 a 

Limerick, 12 m 8 a— Id m 10 e— 16 ai 7 a— 

19 m 8/— 21 m 7 e-24 oi 9 rf— 26 m 8/ 

Lfaicdln, 10 m 18 ft 

Liverpool. 29 e 1 a 

— — London Unirersity, IS m 7 a 

Longford, 9 a 10 /•— 5 a 9 a 

Sketch <if the New Member, 7 a 6 a 

Marlborough, 12 m 6 a- 18 / 8 a 

Maryletone, 80 « 10 a— 1 ai 11 c— 2 ai 8 a 

-27 J 10/ 

Mldlottta«, 18 a 9/-21 a 8 ^—8 ai 8 a 

— JSIarlJiaaiptejei, 20 m 10 6—21 m 7 a -28 ;' U / 



Electioiui (cantiwud), 

Nottingham. 10 a 11/ 

Plymouth, 16 ai 7 a 

Radnor Boroughs, 14; 10 6—21 / 10 a 

SaUsbury, 14 a 6 5 

St. Aadrewa Burgha, 7 si 12 /— 8 ai 5 a 

St. Irea. 9^11/ 

Southwarkl :^m9 f 

Wakeadd, 19 i 9/ 

Wigtewn Burgha, 16 o 9/ 

Wolrerhamptoa, 7 o 9 /— 10 in 18 6— 15 m 

9/— lOy 7 rf— 14 / 10 6—18 / 8 a 
Electric Lighting. 18 a 6 s— 26 a 10 c— 28 o 9 / 

—1 m 11 rf— 10 M 12/-15 m 7 a— 21 si 14 6— 

24m13/-17y6a— 24;8a 

in the Albert Hall. 7 m 12/— 8 mile 

in the City ef London, 14; 12 a 

Mr. Edison's Experiments in, 18 m 10/ 

Effect on the Eye, 16 m 5 / 

— Mr. Liveaey's Eridence on, 17 m 10 e 

at the Metropoliton Railway, II j 10/ 

in Paria. 3 m 7 e 

at the Paris Salon, 11/8 e— 17 / 10 6 

In St. Petersburg. 6/9/ 

Select Committee of Parliament on, 19 j 8 (f 

Electrical Burner and Blow-pipe, 12 a 6 c 

Rock Drill, 6 / 10 a 

Elephants for Africa, 17 m 7 tf 

in African Explorations, 80 m 10 6 

Eley, Brothers (Limited), 24 / 7 a 

Elliot (Hugh F.) on Sir Bartle Frere's Policy, 14 

44/- 

(R. H.) on Planting in India, 2/8/ 

Elliott (C. J.) on Cuddesdon College, 6> 6/ 

(J. G.) on Swimming, 7i 13 d 

Etphinatone (Lord) and his Indian Policy, 21 a 

19 d 
Ely Chapel. Restoration of, 18; 12 6 
Card. Manning at the Re-Opening of, 24 

jlOf 

— Diocesan Choral FeaUral, 11 / 5 d 
Conference, 19 i 7 a 



Emeraldi, Spurious. Note on, 20 m 10 a 
Emery (Archdn.) on Convalescent Homes, 22 a 

116 
Emigration to Canada. 1 7 m 7 cf 
*— of Coloured People to Kansas. 18 a 5 tf— 28 

a 5 c 

— from France, 16 m 9/ 

of Germans and Alsatians lor Ameriet, 19 

«74f 

f tatiaa, 4 / 8 6 

— - to New South Wales, 7 a 7 ft— 11 a 9 e— 17 

a6 /-6 m 9 r— I9m U/— 14; 11/ 
Zealand, 26 a 12 / 

— to Queensland, 9 « 11 J 

Employers* LiabiUty Bitt, 2 « 10 /•— 18 ai 14 «— 

12 m 14 6-15 « 10/ 

and Trades Unions. Annual Meeting, 7 a 1 1 a 

Emprass*! Cointura, Sale of, at Christie's, 22 a 5/ 

Withdrawn. 25 a 10 / 

Empty Churches, Notes o«, 5 / 8y— 7 ; 9 a— 9^ 

10 6—10/ 18^ 
Engineering Trade, 28 m 10/ * .. 

EngUsh Actors in Ftfia Fif^-dz Tears A«e, 17 

/5 4 
— - Gk«f^ CTile*, Anamal Sleeteg, 11 /7a 

in 



enflr 



Kilmer's iitdk to *' thi TtvEs "^ niTrsPArra. 



[Aprfl 1 1* 



English Church Uoion— 8rd AnniTersRrj of the 

Oxford District, 7 / 9 i 

and the Bp. of Bath and W^n». 1 m 9 / 

OdTetninetit Socuritim, State of ShaiM iiit 

fr« event deafe paper 
"^ HiftoricAl Mi&li, 14 a 7/— 1» a •/-le • 

lOi 

— Homo in Parii, 20y 8 a 
-^— HonoB in France, 9; 6 a 
Newe via France, 18 a 1^ e 

Steel Rail on the Continent, 29 m 7/ 

Epping Forest Arbitration :— Ton's Boss's and 

Blackman*s Cases, 17 m 6/ 
Duke of Connaught Appointed Banger of, 

2 a 5/ 
Equitable Assurance Society, 6 m 9 / 
~— Annual Meeting, 2 ml e 
Ernst- Wilhelm & Co., on the South Austrian 

IlAi], 16 ; 9 a 
Escape of a Prisoner from a Bailway Carriage, 

near Llandderfel, 4^6/ 
— — — and Be-Captur& 20 1' 6 d 
— - and Be-Capture or a ConTict, at Lirerpoolt 

6 a 12 s 
teschwege (H.) on the Budget, 17 a 11 a 
Essex Chamber of Agriculture, Meeting at 

Chelmsford, 21 > 9/ 
Estconrt (Sotberan) Memorial Pedestal at De- 

TJses. 20 m 11 f 
ESTATES VSi IJQITIDATIOH :<- 

Askham & Co., 2S / 12/ 

Ares, E. L., 9 a 18 / 

Barker, Thos., 24 m 10 a 

— Barnes, 8. J., 17 iw 7 c 

— — Bartelsmann and Holscher, 8 m It c 

Barton, Jas., 19 ; 12 n 

Batey, Wm., IB*; 8 6 

Beart, G. H., 9 i 17/ 

Bunyard, Harry, 19 a 15 ^ 

" — Burford, Geo., 26 m 17 /* 

CafFerata & Co., 2 a 13 / 

Clark, Edwin. 14 m 17 c 

Wm.. 2 w 18 c 

Cec^per, Geow, 6 m 1 8 r 

Cowland, Chas., 28 m 18 /* 

Downing, N. B^ 11 a 10 c 

Elton and Sons, 28 m 18 /" 

Francifi, Edw., 12 « 14 a 

Frankenberg, Edw., 19/ 15 a 

Freece, Isaac de. 29 a 8 /^ 

Gamier, E. M. T., U m'l7 e 

George, Fred^ 26 m 17 /* 

Gilbert, Arthur, 20 m 17/ 

— Godfrey, KoberU & Co^ 2Zj 12/ 
Grant, Albert, 11 « 10 s 

— Guinet, Victor, 80i 4 ( 

Gunther, Hermann. 5 ai 17 if 

Baffdj A Cow, 6 m 18 if 

• Harris, Joteph, 2 a IS/ 

Hobday, Wm., 19 a 156— Sm 18/ 

— JaoktoB, Beyer & C6.» 21 • 17/ 
Jane% Wm , *J / 18 ^ 

«— — Jenkns, David, 28 » 18 /* 

Jerrard, J. C, 2 a 18/ 

Jones, Wm., 9/ 17/ 

Keating, H. W^ 1 e 18 # 

>i— Langham, D. E.» 28 j 17 <# 
40 



Estates In liquidation (coaltaveiO- 

Law, H. J.. 5 m 17 if 

Lodge. W. E., 23j 12 f 

Loly, Solbe & Co., 28 m 10 if 

Lougee, N. S., 2» / 12 / 

Lnmley, Jas^ 22 si 5 tf 

Maclean and Dixon, 25 a 10 5 

M«ltby. H., 17/ 17 s 

— Marlaud, R. and J., 8 m 7/ 

Morrison, Wm., 28 m 18/ 

-: — Newell T. F., 14 m 17 c 
— - Oppenbeim, Israel, 18 / 9 5 

Parkinion, John, 12 j 9 c 

PrekWm, 3al8rf 

PhiUips k Co., 11 a 10 s 

Powefi, C. M., 25 a 10 d 

Praagh, L. Van, 2 m 18 e 

Pnnchaid, Wm. Heniy, f y 9«— 17 / U » 

— - Bamsden, Thos., 28 a 8 s 

Been, Sarah, 9 a 18/ 

Ridley, A. 8., 9 y 17 « 

RoberU, a H.« 18 / 15 5 

Robinson, Rowland, 15« ISe 

.-^ Saunders, John, 12 m 17 e 

Sctoiuim & Co., It a 5 5 

Bchutt & Oo., 11 a 5 5 

Seroeoza, Gaetano^ 1 a 18 s 

ShiUan, J. T., 80 a 17/ 

Sim, Wm., 80 « 17/ 

Sissohs, Fred., 8 ai 18/ 

Smith. W. H., & Co., 19 ; 12 a 

Sunifleld, Edw.» of Shipley and BrsdM, 

85 o 10 <f 

Suihsm, Wm., 28 a 8 « 

Tennant, Chas., 18 « 18 e 

Thackelton and Hudson, 24 a 11 5 

Tonka, Leigh, 6 i 18/ 

— Wake, John, 19 y 12 a 

Warren, W. C 28 m 18/ 

Watson and Dickons, 25/ 9 e 

Webb, Geo., 9 la 18 /" 

Whistler, J. A. M. .9 m 8 s 

Wigan Rolling Mills Company, 9 m 8 c 

Williamson, W. B^ 24 a 11 5 

Willicombe, C. 8., 11 o 10 s 

^~ Wilson, John, 28 a 8 s 

Eatote Exchange Register— Ust of Salsa, 7 a 7 ^ 

_14 a 5 a~21 a 9 c— 28 a 9 a--5 m 9 6-lS ■ 

9a^l9m 9a— 28m 18 a— 2 i9a— 9; 9^ 

16^9 6— 28/9 »— 89/9 r 

Sale of the Ashtead Estates, 24 1 12 1 

Daugstein Estate, 25/ 9 5 

Etching, Lectures on, 12 a 5/— 14 « 4 f 

Note on, 16 a 8 5 

Etheridge (Robt) Position of the ShufanBoek* 

in Herts, 19 m 12 s 
Etna (Mount) an Obaenratory to be Eieeted oSt 

89a5r 
Emptioa of, 87 a> 7 i/— 28 si 5 a— 29 mli 

—80 m 5 6—81 m 7 5—1 ^ 8 •— 8/ 5 e-4i 4 ' 

— 4 i 5 «— 5 / 5 c— 5 j 8 a— 8 }5e^7j7 i-^^ 

|4s-10/7il— 18; 5d 
Vote of the Italian Chambm to Aid tks 

Suflerers, 6/ 5 5 
Eton College. Bsster VacstiM^ 11 a 7 a 

Electiona, 29 m 10 • 

Fourth of Jane at^, 8/ 8 /"- 5 i 8 a 



June 30, 1879.] filmeb's index to " the times " nehtspaper. 



Fir 



Kton CoIIego, Newcastle Examination, 14 a 6 6 
ETang«lical Alliance, Meeting, 24 m 5 </ 
Erani (F. W.) Employers' Liability 16 w 10/ 
ETerton Welsh Presbyterian Church, Bazaar at 

Liverpool tu Aid, 2Zm of 
ETery-day Practice,9 a ll «— 10 a 11 d-ll a 10 

Execution of Cftthenne Churchill, for Murder, 15 

j«6e— 27« 11/ 

of William Cooper, for Murder, 21 m 12 « 

of Dubrorin of St. Petersburg, 5 mS b 

of John Darcy, for Murder, 28 m 10 c? 

of Thos. Johnson, for Murder, 19 m 8 c— 29 

■lie/ 
of Emily Jones, Respited, 18 m 8 c^29 m 

10/ 

of Laprade, for Murder, at Agen, 20 « 7 e 

of Wm. Sharratt, for Murder, 8 m 11 6 

Bespited, 19 m 12 <f 

of Smart, for Murder. 6 m 11 jf— 18 mil/ 

of SoloTieff, for Attempted Regicide, \0J7c 

of W. TiUy, RepriOTed, 7 m 12/ 

Exeter Hall, Meeting ot the Proprietors about 

the Sale of, 5 j 9 6 
Exhibition at the Royal Arsenal, 21 i 11/ 

of Machinery, in Vienna, 26j 7f 

Exotic Frenchmen, «m Fbahos 

l^plosives Act, Informations under, 26 ; 4 a 

Export Goods, Carriage of, to London, 28 a 5 r 

F. 
fsetory Legislation, 12 a 18 / 
Fagan ^Louis) on Forged Autographs, 15 m 6 /* 
Falkland Islands, 24 j 7 s 
Family Man in Iowa, 24/ 6 s 
Famine in Morocco, 16 a 1 1 e 

Insurance Fund, 12> 10 ^—17/ 10 a 

Farm Rents in Ireland, 18 a 6 s 

Farmer (^Major Gen.) Flogging u the Army, 22 

Mb/ 

Farmers' Alliance, Conference for Forming such 

aa Asaociation, 9 m 4 s— 17 m 7 </~29 m 10 if 

Fashionmble Intelligence, 8 a 12 a— 9 a 9/— 10 a 

9/— 29 a 10 «— 6 m 12 /— 12 m 8 d— 16 m 9 / 

—28 m 9/ 

-^ " Lady Salisbury's Reception, 6 m 12/ 

Ball, 15 m 9/— 16 m 9 /* 

Fatal Fight at Stafford, 5y 10 / 

Fawoett (Rer. H.)on Empty Churches, 10 ; 18 <f 

FsU (J. B.) Light Railways for Opening up Trade 

with Africa, lmll4 
Iteiale Missionary Societies, 17 HS « 

Sdiool of Art, Donations to. 26 a 9/ 

— Cloth workers' Company Found a Scholar- 
ship, Hi 10 e 
Fs&wick (G. L.) on Fire Brigades, 2^6^ 

Modem Thief-Catching, 8 a 12 « 

Fiji, Royal Commissioner LeaTes for, 14/11 /'— 

ilj 7 d 

F ai^ell Address to, 18 J 8 a 

Fm A&T3:— 

Art Exhibition at Florence, 5 i 4 / 

School at Maodesfield, 17j 7 « 

•* Black and White " Exhibition, IdjBf 

Mr. Blackburn's Academy and Qrof Tenor 

Notes, 29 SI lU 
BvUDgton Fine ArU Clvb, 26 ; 5 c 



Fine Arts (continued). 

Crystal Palace Picture Gallery. 24 a 1 1 c 

Exhibition of Paintings on China, 2 ; 11/ 

of Koyal Ac.ulumy, 3 m 5 a — 12 m 6 a — 

26 m 6 c— 2 ; 5 6—0 / 4 ^ 
of tho Society of Painters in Water 



Colours. 20 m 5 (/ 

Etching. Lectures on, 12 a 5/— 14 a 4 c 

Note on, I6a8 6 

French Salon Award Prizes, 4 i 5 b 

Water Colour Club, First Exhibition, B- 



alh 

Grosvcnor Gallery, Account of the Exhibi- 
tion, 2 m 8 «f 

Institute of Painten in Water Colours, Ex- 

hibition of, 25 a 3 </ -22 m 5 /' 

International Exhibition of, at Munich, 1 T 

m 10 c 
•• Life of St. Anne," by Quentin Matsys, 

Purchase of Negatived by the Holders, 19 ci 7/ 
the ** Madonna del Pepole," Pronounced a 

Raphael, 4 j 5 (f 

National Portrait Oalleiy, see Natiokal 

Original and Duplicate Pictures — Long'ir 

"Esther," 6; 10/ -7 J 8/ 
Paris Salon, 12 m 12 6—13 si 5 /"— 25^ 12/ 

— 80y 7 d 
Price Sale List of Mr. Anderdon's Collection 

of Portraits, &c., 3 / 6 s 
of the Modem Pictures Collected by Mr. 

Jos. Arden, 29 a 12 a 

of Mr. Barker's Collection of Pictures, 23 






jl2€ 



of Mr. Benoni White's Stock of Pictures, 
27 m 5/— 4y 10 6 

of Mr. Brooks* Collection of Pictures, &c.. 



20 m 5/* 

of a CoUectioa of Dresden, Serres and 



other Rare China of Chas. Dickins, of Wimble- 
don, &c., 27 m 6 a 

of Mr. Faulkner's Collection, 12 m 12 a 

of the Tro Collections of Messrs. Fentoa'a 



Pictures, 7 m 6 * 

of Mr. Neild's Collection of Modem Pic- 



tures, 7 m 6 6 

of Pictures, the Property of Albert Grant 



and Thos. Sop with, at Christie's, 9> 12 s 

of a Collection of Porcelain, &c., at 

Christie's, 14 m 6 5 

of the Collections of Sir F. Grant and Mr. 



Ward, 1 a 4 € 

of Mr. Snoxall's Collection of Antiquitiea 



and other Curiosities, 16/ 6 s 

of Three Collections at Frankfort, 26 m 6 c 

of Mr. Wardell's Pictures, 12 m 12 s 



— M. de Reiset's Collection of Paintings Bought 
by the Due d'Aumale, 9 a 5 c— 10 a 6 e 

— School of Fine Arte at Antfrerp, 7 all d 

— Society of British Artists, Conversazione, 

24 a 12 e 

for the Fine Arte, ConTersasioDe and 



Concert, 25 a 5 « 
Wallis's Exhibition of Foreign Pictures^ & 

a if 
Water Cotoor Paintings, Notes on, 14 a 4 e 

—21 a 18 e 
Fire Extinction, Nele on, 3 / 5 /* 



Pir 



palmer's INDKX to '* TITIC TIMES ** NEWSrAPKR. [April 1 io 



Fire BrigtdeB, Notes on, 2 / 6/- 3 j 7 6 

As^ofiRtion. Dinner, 7 a 7 b 

Damp, Detection of, 18 a 4 c 

riRhS : - 

2 a 10 c— 8 a 7 d- 9 a 6 J-^\2 a 11 /—U a 

9y— 2) o 8 /.— 6 m 1 1 e— 8 m 5 «— 10 m 12 r— 
16 m 10 /•— 20 m 7/— 26 m 8 6— *i8 m 1 1 /"— 29 
m ]0c— 30ot 6 A— i>i 7 6 -9> IQ*— Iiy7c/— 
\2j 11/-16 ; 8/-17./ 7./-23 ; 12/ 

at Akyad, Great Part of the Town Des- 
troyed, 7 « 5 c 

at the Atlantic Petroleum Refining Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, from Lightning, 12 j 7 c — 
13>5(i— 14; 7 ^—16/8 a— 24 ; 11 r 

at Balham, K^de Vale Hou8e, 2 m 9 / 

at Rarchester Street. Poplar, 5 j 10 f 

at the liarrow Flax and Jute Mills, Barrow- 
in-Furness, 26 m B h 

at Belp. '20 m7 d 

in Berkeley Square, at Lord Strathnairn's. 

5 m 1 1 s 

at Bermondsey Street, 7 o 6 « 

at Blackburn,' Smith's Mill. 8 m 7/ 

in Blac'kf riars Road \2j 11/ 

at Brooklyn, an Oil Mill and Bonded Ware- 
house Destroyed, 26 m 8 6 

at Caniberwell. Atkinson's Chemical Works, 

20m7 r 

at Cardiff, on Board the Copt Sable, 7 o 6 s 

- at Con naught Koad, 6 j 7 It 

in the Cuban Sugar Plantations, 29 m 5 c — 

at Dean's Yard, Soho, 2 j 10 * 

at Dedesgh, 3 a 9 / 

in DeTonport Dockyard. '2ft w 8 k 

at Ea-t Dulwich, 14 a 9 / 

in Edgwaro Road, at Sea(on*s Qiocery 

Stores. 12 n \] f 

in Knglefield Road, Islingioo. Five Brigade 

Men Injured, 30 m 6 6 

at Eureka, 21 aSd 

at Everton and Murder, 22 m 5 / 

in Fulwood Bents at BeTeridge*s Printing 

OfBce. 21 €1 8 6 
at Great Ilford. 29 m \\ f 

- in Hayti. Very Destructive. 6 « 7«— 7 a 6 1 

at Huddersfleld, Schofield's Machine Works, 

7 m 7/ 

at Irbit, 18 m 5 cf— 15 m 6 s-^lG m 6 d—n 

m 7C--19 m8 A 
at Limchouse. Anderson's India Rubber 

Factory, 16; 8/— 17; 7 f 

in the London Docks, 30 m 6 6 

in London Road. Southwark, 7 a 6 e 

in London Wall, U ; 7 J 

at Ludlow, 24 ; 6 • 

in Manchester, at Chapel Street Mills, 80 / 

8/ 
at Marlborough Post Office, IS a S d 

in the Minories, 23 > 12/ 

— ^ at Muhren, 23 m b e 

— at Munchentweiler, 27 m 7 <f 

•>— at Nishniwalsk, 19 m 8 6 

in Old Kent Road, at Glover's Saw Mills, 

at Orenburg, 1 m 5 <f— 2 m 6 tf^K m 8 h — 

15 m 5 d-^\0 m 8 6—29 m 5 A-14 / 12 ^ 
42 



Fires (rontinued). 

in OssulHtun Street, SomersTown. 10 si 13 c 

at Ostorly Park. 16 6 rf— 17 a hj 

at Pnisley. Srorer's Spinning Factory. 7 siT/ 

in Park Street, Southwark. 29 w 10 r 

at the Paymaater-General*s Ofllca, White- 

hsU 22 m 5 / 
at Feckhaui, Gol4s^ith'e Firevood Factory, 

2 a lOr 
at Petropaulnrski, 20 m 7/ 

in Philaielphia, Crown and Fourth Streeti, 

8 fi 7 'T 

in Poonah, IS m 5 d — 19 m 7 h 

at Perl ca. Lewis> Van Premises, 2 siS/* 

at Praed Street. Paddington, 2 ; 8 * 

— - in Rovftl Mint Sttcet, 2i 8/ 

in Russia, Detaile<i List, 5 ; 10 e 

at St. George's Eaj»t. Cable Street, Zcli 

at St. Helen's Wharf, 20 ; 1 1 6 

in St. .Tchn's Lane. Smithfleld, 16 m 10/ 

in Tabard Street. Borough, I7j 7/ 

at Thiirland Csstle. il a b f 

at Tooting Common, the Furxe Buroiog, I 

m 6 e 

at Toxrer Hill. 20/ U 6 

at Trotfs Hall Farm, naar Sitiingbourae, 

14 m 7 e 

at Ufa, 186 Houses Destroyed, 36 m 8 a 

in Whiiechapel at Goulston Street, 2 m f / 

Fi^th College Sheffield. 21 m 7 e 

Fi8h in Central Inland Basins, 2 i 4 c 
FISHEHIES :— 

( olonial Shark, \\ ah f 

Cornish Mackerel. 23 a 6 6—6 m 106— 12» 

14 a 28 m 7/*— 2>14n— lOj 9s— 23 ;9rf 

Fresh-water Act, 2 a 10 t — 13 mac 

■^— Herring, 2 m 11 6 

- Kinsale Miickferel. 24 a 10/ 

Mackerel, loll y— 7 a 10 e— 14 a 4 d-\% 

aSh 
Newfoundland, 16 m 6 « 

Salmon. Laws. New Billa, 26 m 6 6 

Scotch. 26 m 6 a 

— Sea. 80; 8/" 

Seal. 16 o 9 s— 17 a 6 b— 5 j7k 

Tweed Salmon. 80 a 18/— 19 m 9/ 

Wye District. 10 m 7/ 

Fishmongers Company. Banquet to tha Dokt of 
Cambridge, 1 m 10 c 

Seizures of Diseased Fish, 8 13 a 

Fitzgerald (Lt. Col.) Officers for the Capa War, 

Fleming (^Gco.) Trichinosis in American Figs, 10 

;4e 
(William) on the Railways of New Sooth 

Wales, 2 in 7 c 
Flint Glass Trada, Reduction of Wages agreid 

to, 14a 5 b 
Floods in Hungary, 1 a 11 a — 19 a 7 s 

— $9e SzEOBOiir 

Flower (Professor) on the Mummy of a Papnaai 

9a 6d 
Flower Girls* Mission Present a Silver Sutnetts 

to Lady Burdett-Coutta, 22 m 1 1 6 

Service In May Fair, 23^ 8 6 

Folk-Lore Seclety, First Annual Meetiag, 80 m 

6/ 



June 80, IS79.] PALMift'ft imdbx to *^ thk timks ^ HEwsrAPKR. 



Fra 



Folkettone, Bp. of DoTer Contccratef a New 
Feal of Bells at, 8 u Id /* 

FoodWuted, 16 a 11/ 

Foreign Appointments, 2 a 6/— 16 a 8 a— 19 a 
5 «r--26 <r 10 41—30 a 9 i— 8 m 6 J— 21 m 9 «— 
ij 8 e-18> 4 0—257 5 a—'IB / 5 b 

— CommercbilIntelligenoe,Jtf«MFy(Zay'«pcipfr 
Competition, 6 ; 9 / 

— Import Daties« 7j9d 

- — Missions, Daj of Intercession for, 16 m 9 / 

Abp. of Canterbury on, 28 m 10 /" 

Stocks. State of, tee every day*$ paper 

Foresters, Oifical Statistic of the Order of , 7 a 

Forged Autographs, tee A utooraphs 

Fonter (H. R.) Telephone Communication for 

Military Purposes, 8 a 18 c 
— (W. E.> at Bradford, 80 j 8 d 

at Bristol, 19 m 18 6 

at Kotberham, 21 a 13 a 

Found Drowned at Egham, 2\j7/ 

fox (J. W.) on the Indian Trade, 9 j 8 h 

FSABOE:- 

Academy, Reception of M. Henri Martin, 

15 n 5 6—21 m 7 a— 23 m 5 a— 30 mba 

and Laroisier's Chemical Apparattts, 23 



a7 a 



M. Renan Recei?ed by, 4 a 5 a— 10 aSe 
his Address, 17 o 6 o 



— Agriculture Societe^ Annual Meeting, 22 a 
5a 

— Algeria, Nineteen Zouates Froien to Death 
in, 1 CI 6 a 
Disturbanoes in, 4^5 k — 7j 7 a 

New Goremor Leares for, 16 • 5 <f 



— Algerian News, 26 / 6 e 
Alleged English Debt to, 20 si 18/— 21 m 

10 6—24 m 12 r 

Amnesties Granted, 6 ;' 6 a 

Antiquarian Discoveries at Narbonne, 9 a 

hd 

— Anzin, Disturbances in, 8 m 6 c 

• — the •• Apothersis of M.Thiers,** Intended to 
he Sent to Sydney Exhibition, not to go, 7 m 7 c 

■ Appointments and Changes, 24 o 5 c— 18 m 

5 e— 29 m 5e 

Army, Calling out of the Territorial, 18 a 

Military Service Reduced from Five to 

Three Tears, 6i0a 
-"— Association for Defence of Commercial and 

Industrial Freedom, Meeting, 27 m 7 s 
Banquet to M, Lapere bj the 5Iayors of 

Paris,7\5</ 
— " Begging in Paris Increase of, 12 o 7 c 
Blanqui Elections, 24 o & e— 25 a 5 rf— 17 m 

7 •-19 m 7 «— 4 i 5 a 

Amnesty Refused to, 6 ; 5 a 

Pardon Granted to, 9 / 8 a— 10 j 7 5-18 

i55 

Visits to, 28 a 5 « 

Borings for the Channel Tunnel. 2Hj7 b 

Budget, 9 a 6b St s~12 a 7 c— 14 a 8 6—7 

m 7 5—8 m 5 5—12 m 7 rf— 28 m 6 c— 2 j 7/— 

977-: 

BoUioo, Import and Export of, 22 m 5 a 



France (continued), 

Canal from Parit to the North of France, 

29 a 5 c— 7 m 7 c 
Capture of Two Jersey Fishing Boats for 

Poaching, 16 a 6 5 

Case of the Comtesse de Missiessy, 8 ; 6 a 

Comte de Branetiki, Zjb a 

— - — M. Fremy, 7 « 6 d 
Girl Pi«>t, bibb 

Cash Transmitted to Supersede English 

Coin in the Isle of Bonrbon, 28 a 7 a 

Catacombs of Paris, some Houses Erected 

over Giving Way, 14 m 7 a 

Catholic Schools in Paris, Appeal for, 18 m 

bb 

^— Chambers Proceedings in, 2 a 5 a — 3 a 5 5^ 
— 4 « 5 b — 9 m 5 a— 13 m 5 5—16 m b 5—17 m 
7 a— 20 M 7 5—21 m 7 a— 22 m 5 c— 26 m 7 b 
—80 m 5 a— 9 j 7 r-lOj 7 a-11 j 6 a-13 ; 5 
k-^lBj 7 c— 18y 5 a— 19 i 7 o— 20 ; 6 a-28 f 
75— 26y7a— 30; 7r 

General Staff Bill, 19 m 7 e 

— — List of Freemasons as Members, 17 m 7 a 
Proposed Return to Paris, 15 ^ 5 5— 17 / 



7 a— 20 / 5 « 
Prosecution of M. de Cassagnac, 28 m 6 e 

Relief for Pardoned Communists, 5 a 7 a 

—9a 5 —10 a 66 

•^■^ Violent Scene in the House, 17/ 7 o 

between M. de Cassagnac and M. Baudij 



d'Asson, 26 m 7 6—4 fbd 

— Cherbourg, Proposed Jetty at, 14 m 7 a 

— Church and State, Proposal to Separate, ^ 
m 5 s 

— Colonization Company In Formation, 96 a 
6a 

— Comroeroial Treaty with England, 10 a 6 5- 
—26 a 7 c— 6 m 5 6 

— Communists Amnestied, 21 a 7 c— >21 a8 d' 
—22 a 6 5—28 a 7 e-20 w 7 «— 9^ 1 1 e 

— Congress of Catholic fUicieties in, 17 a 6 a 

— Consi ription. Eight Youn^; Men Apply^ 
Drugs to their Eyes to Avoid. 26 j 6 e 

— Court Martial on Capt. Arteguenave, 1 a 6 a 

— Crtidit Foneier, SOj 7 d 

— Customs Tariff Committee, 10 m 7 a— 24 m 
7 5— 10; 7a— 1-2; 7 5 

— Cyclone in the Isle of Bourbon, 1 m 6 5 

— Declaration of the Communist Exiles, 4 a 



be 



12 



— Debts, Collection of by the Post Office, 
a7 c 

-^ Diocese of Orleans Dedicated to the Sacred 
Heart, 15 a 5 a 

— Diplomatic News, 23 m 6 c— 80 m 6 a 

and Parliamentary Dinner at the Foreign 

Office. 16 a 5 a 

Octroi Duty on Articles of Consumption 



for, to be Levied in Future. 9 m 5 s 

the Queen of England. Sympathy on the 

Death of the Wife of A dm. Pothuan. 1 m 6 5 

— Divorce Question, 2 / 7/— 24 ; 5 5 

— Dore, Gusiave, Italian Order Conferred o&» 
6a65 

— Educatiou Question, 10 a 6 c— 80 m 7 e 

anA Fffvnt. 14 a 3 5 



Pra 



«• 



PA.LMEK 8 INDEX TO *< THE TIMS4 NKWaPAFBK. 



[April 1 tt 



Pruioe {cvntinuech. 

£K>'ptian Question, Cabinet Council on, 12 

a 7 a 
Eleetiont, 7 « 6 e— 8 a 7 &— 1 1 a 8 ^—19 a 

7 e~21 u 7 r— 22 a& a -28 m 5 c— 2U m 6 •— 

81 IN 7o— 8>5ii— 6j6 6 

Electoral CominiMion, 20 m 7 c 

Emigration from Faris, 1 m 5 6 

and England, 24 j 1 d'^27 m 7 a— 80 m 6 a 

— ^— on the Poiition of Affairs, 20 m 7 a— 21 

m7 a 
— English Orphanage, 21 a 7 c 

and Italian Ships, the Officers Entertained 



I 



at Ajaocio, 15 jn 6 6 
— Exhibition Building, Notice about, 2 a 5 ft 
Gigantic Pictuf e of , to be Exlubited in 



«U the Great Towns of Europe, 8 m 6 e 

— Exotic Frenchmen, 8 a 6 i— 15^ 7 d 

— Father OlliTier Suspended, 1 a 8 a 

— Female Doctors Granted Degrees, 12 a 7 e 

— Ferrj's Bill, 10 m 7 6—22 m 6 a— 10 ; 7a^ 
24;6 4— 27j6a-28; 7 a 

and the English Consul and Petitioners, 



9 m 5a 

Prelatical Pastoral on, U m 7 o 



— Finances in Reunion, lljBk 

— Forged Railway Coupons, 12 a 7 e 

— Free Trade Association, Lyons Committee 
Issue a Declaration in Favour of, 28 a 7 • 
Meetings of Delegates en, 2 m 5 b^B m 7 c 

— French Cardinals, 21 si 7 a 
Society of Friends of Peace, Letter to 



from the Government, I7j7a 

— Frontier Lines, Proposed Adjustment, 9 a 
bh 

— Gas and Electric light. Competition beween 
in Paris, \ mb h 

— Geographical Society Present Gold Medals to 
Explorers, 19 a 7 i' 

— German Press on the State of, 7 m 5 5 * 

— the Glob4 a New Daily Paper, First Issue, 
6m5ft 

— Gold Medals Awarded for Saving Life, 28 
a7i 

— History of Fronoh Press Legislation. Sm7d 

— Hocke, Gen., Anniversity of the Birth of, 
24/5 6 

— Hotel de Ville, in Paris, Removal of the 
Scaffolding, 12 ) 4 s 

— Hugo, Victor, English Working Men's Peace 
Association's Address to, IS jbd 

— Uyadnthe, Pere, Petition, 10 si 7 5—18 m 
bk 

— Import Returns, 18 a 5 5 
and Export Returns, 16 m 5 b — 16/ 7 e 



— Judicial Changes, 10 a 5 5 

— Liitre, M., on the Political Situation, 8 m 5 5 

— Lottery Winners and the Sale of their Prizes, 
8a 5 5 

New, Proposed to Obtain Funds to Com- 
plete the Statue of Liberty for the United 
States, 12m 85 

— — — Result of the Speculation, 16 a 6 5 

Sale of the Unclaimed Prizes, 24 J 5 5 

TickeU UncUimed, 16 a 5 5 



— Marriage of J ulien Qallois and Selina Deaeon 
A^nnulled, 21 m 7 o 



France (ronfinued). 

Louis Blanc, at Troyes, 90 m 7/ 

— Matacong, the French Retire from, 28 /9« 
and England, 26 a 7 e 

Mr. Isaacs Declared the Owner ft %j 

Purchase, 19 a 7 d 

State of, 19 a 7 c 

Taken Possession of by, 1 a 5 a~12 a7c 

Gen. Merton Rejoins his Family, 19 j7d 

Milan Subset iption for the Wooiided Fratdi 

and others in the War of l'<59, the Shaiefor 

the French Received by the GoTemment, 17 

m 7 a 

Ministerirl Crisis. 14 m 7 a — 16 m S « 

Ministry of Public Instruction, a Pedagoiie 

Museum and Library to be Formed in, 15 ■ $ * 
' Miscellaneous News, 2 m 5 5—8 m 7 c— 6 ■ 

5c— 21 m 7c— 25; 75 

— Murders in, 1 1 a 8 5 

— New Cardinals Receive their Btrrttta fron 
President Grovy, 27 m 7 a 

Publications in, 14 a 8 5 



— Nikel Money Proposed, 19 m 8 a 

— Outrage to the French Consul at MeddHn, 
90m6d 

— Paris, Defence of in 1870, Memorial of, to 
be Erected at Courbevoic, I m 5 5 

Mint, Fresh Coinage. 18 ; 5 • 

Royal Visitors, 20 m 7 s 

Trees in, 5 / 8 «^ 



Passports in. 26 m 6 c 

Planting in Paris. 8 ^' 5 / 

Political Parties in, 80 m 9/ 

Postal Rates, 5/55 

Presidential Decree on the Abp. of Aiz'sj 

Pastoral, 19 M 7 e— 24 m 7 5 

- Prince Imperial, see Deaths 
Judge Desteguy Censured for Signing an 

Address to, 14 m 7 a 
Professional Education Society, at Lyons, 

Distribution of Prizes, 4 f 5 5 
Protest of Refugees against their Refusing 

the Amnesty, 5 a 7 <f 

Quarantine in, 19 a 7 « 

and Reciprocity, 18 m 5 e 

Reclus, Elisee. Declines Election, 25 a 5 « 

the R^/ormateur a Protestant Paper to 

Diffuse its Sentiments, 18 a 5 5 
Suspended, 81 m 5 a 

- Religious Processions, Officials not Neoesii- 
tated to Attend. 7 j 7 a 

JUpuUique /"rancaiM, on the Relation with 

England, 19 m 7/ 
Revenue Returns, I A a 5 5 

- Review at Lyons —the MarseiUaise PiayvA 
at, 29 a 5 5 

Rochefort r. Ijemoinne, 7 si 7 c 

Royal Visitors in, 80 in 5 a 

Salon, Awards of Medals, 4 i 5 5— 6 j 5 a 

Savings Banks, 28 a 7 s 

Scherer, M., Withdraws Connection with 

the Temp$, 28 m 5 a 

School for the Deaf and Dumb in Parii» 

Statue of the Abbe de TEpee Unveiled, 15 si 5 1 

— Sorbonne, Distribution of Priies at, by JsiH 

Ferry, 21 a 75 
SUtue of the •« Ktpnblie," 80 a 7 e 



^UM 30» 1ST9.J PAUlKirS INDEX TO ** TUB tlMKS « MBWSrAI*KR. 



Gei 



fnafoe (continuetl). 

— SirceUin Paria, Proponl to Re>NaiD« thou 
Called after the Bonaparte Family, 14 a 8 e 

— to Be- Name BouleTard Uaasaniann a 
Crime, 28 a 7 a 

— Tariff on Ragf and Paper, SI ml n 
Committee, 7j 7 a— 14 ; 7 A -19 j 7 a 
Correapondeoce with Kiigland on,l%j9a 
locreaaed on Sugar, 31 m 7 6 

— Theatrical Newa, 2 a 6 6—8 u 6 6^4 aSb 
—5 a 7 a~9 a 5 c>-23 a 5 6—80 a 7 e— 7 m 7 
6-8 m 5 c— 14 m 7 a^l9 a 7 e— 24 m 7 6^-9 i 
7 c— 14 ; 7 c 

.— Tiimrd, If.. <m Free Trade, SjBa 

— Tobacoo, Decreased Conaumpdon of , 25 a 5 6 

— Treatiea of Commerce, 10 ; 7 a 

— Trocadero, Organ CoocerU at, 27 ai 7 b-^S 
; 5 6— 247*5 6 

— Tulle Cathedral, Distorhance in, 7 « 6 <f 

— Tuoia, Sonndinga for to Conrert the Shottf 
of into an Arm of the Sea, 8 i 5 6 

i*— Unanthoriaed Beligiona Ord«;ra in, 6 a 7 a 
-— and the United States, 16 ;' 8 c 
— — Uniireraitjr Bill, Petitions against, 1 a 6 a — 
2 a 6 a — 18 aba 

— Abp. of Aix'a Paatoral on, 26 a 7 a 

■ Government Proceeds againat, 26 « 7 c 

-3>5 6 
■ Clerical and Prelatical Protests againat, 

26a7a— 12iii7<f 

Committee on, 7 n ft </ — 9 a 5 e 

Fire General Couaclla Proteat againat, 28 

a66 
i — Working Clergy in, 12 a 7 :^ 
r-* Zoln War, Feeling in, on, 17 a 5 6 
Frauds on Emigrants, Kote on, 12 m 8 6 
F^okfort Agricultural Society, 10 a 6 cf 
yrsdari<^ (Dr. Leon) on Lobster Blood, 2 ; 11 / 
Fkte and (>pen Church Association, AnniTersary 

Meeting, 1 7/18/ 

— Libraries — Birmiiighsni, Royal Qift ef 
Books to. 2 a 5t 

tee BXRMMOHAM 

— ■■ London bt., Bethnal Green, Prince Leo- 
pold Presents Fourteen Books to. 6 m 12 cf 

* ■ ■ for London, Meeting to Form, see Mbtbo- 

Meeting at Worcester to Establish, 24 a 

U c 
' — Trade and Chambecs of CecnnMree. \ m9 f 
Frsemasonry — Annual Prorinciai Grand Lodge 

of Berks at Abingdon, 27 > 10 c 
Appointments, Ac., at the Grand Lodge in 

London, 1 m hf 
<— — Bp. of Para*a Attacks on. ms Brasjl 
F««ndisig«f a N«w Lodge in Queen Victoria 

Street, by Old Men:hant Taylors' School 

Scholan, 1 j 7 e 
' — Uidgeof Antiquity, Prtnoe Leopold IiistaJled 

Master. 2« ; M> c— 27 / 10/ -28 ; 9 f 
' — - New Grand Maater for Eaaex. 17 <i 6 6 

• Lodgea, 11 ; 9/ 

-— • Qoaitefly Confiottation in London. 9 m 10 « 

-5 ; 10 e 
— in Sentlaiid, II m 12^ 
—— Statistics of. 8 .; 8 c 

of the Recognisfd Lodges, 26 m H 6 



French Actors in England. 18 j 10 6 

Chiima (British 6ub}ecu), 20 m 18y— 21 m 

10 6-24 m 12 t 

Embassy. 8 « 12 «— 10 n 9/— 28 a 8 € 

General Transntlshtic Company, 20 m 18 6 

Hospital, Fete to Aid m the Albert Hall, 

24 ; 10 6 

Quarantine, \ <t 10 f 

Frt«e (Sir Bartle^ Defence of, 7.a 4 « 

and Lord Elpbinstone, 12 a IS d 

Policy, Note on, 14 a 4 / 

Friendly Call— Sir Thos. Heakctt in hia Yacht 

CaUs at Natal 4 ; 9 « 
Friends of Fore'igners in Distress, Anniversary 

Foatival, 8 a 11 if 
School at Ackvorth, Centenary Celebration, 

80j8a 
Friendly Societies, Meeting to Present to the 

Grand Master a Testimonial. 16 o 7 /* 
Frye (F. C.) on the New Ucensii^ Law, 16 a 7 « 
Fulham Small Pox Hospital, Meeting to Eipedite 

its Removal, 20 m 9/ 
Fulton (H. H.) RiTera Conaerrancy Bill, 6 m 10 e 
Function of NecUries in PUnts, 8 o 12 a 
»Funds, English, aes evety tUi/e paper 

O. 

Galaxy of Princely Ancestors, 24 m U / 
Galbralth (JaL6,)on the irrawaddy, 18 a 10 6— SO 

a 12/* 
Gale on the Mexican Coaat, 27 i 5 f 
Qulley (Kdm.> Case of —Plea for Mercy, 1 1 a 9 

/— 28 w 10/*— 11 ; 11 f 
Gallon (l>ougla») Army Organization, 10 ; 12 « 

on Railway Brakes, 26 a 11 / 

Gaol Chaplains, 2 ai 11 a— 8 m 7 f 

Gardiner ( W.) on an AuetrRlian Mail Senrloe, 26 

111 6 
Garibnldi (M.^ Agftation for Universal Suffrage 

Pro}>osed. 24 a o./— 6 m 8 6 
Decides to Iteniain Permanently in Rome, 

17 //I 7 6 

on Dis-Rstabi:shment in Scotland, 24 > 10 e 

Enters Rome an Invalid, 7 a 6 (f 

Health of , 8 a 7 c— 10 m 7 c— 12 at 7 /*— 6 .t 

6s 

King Humbert Visits at his Bedside, 9 a fni 

LettfT op the State of the Country, 9 ci 5 rf 

-^^^ Manifesto on Italian Unity, 28 o 8 a 

■■ ■ . Snppressed by Government. 8 m 7 s 

— — Meeiing of the BepubUcan Pat ty Called by, 

la a 5 a— '42 a 5 r_24 o 5 / 
Movements of, 8 a 6 a^ m 8 ^^S a 7 d—% 

m7 e 
Opens a Subscription to Purchase a Miltio« 

Rifles, 26 a 7 e— 28 a 8 c— ^ a 7 d 
— — on the Proposed Italian Emigration to Koir 

Guinea. I «r 6 «/ 
— — in Koine, 7 w 6 « 

(ien. Turr*s Telegram to. 7 m 7 <f 

Visits the Quirinal. 14 a 8 r 

Vixitors to, at Home, 1 1 o 8 <f 

GaribsMian Divorce Case, 21 > 7 rf 
Garotte Robbery at Scarborotigh. 24 ; 8 « 
Gas — Alliance and Consumers, 2 a 6 « 

Bahia, 12 m9e 

BtiUibav, {') m lib 



Gas 



PALSCIR S INDEX TO " TII« TIUBS HEWUrArWR. 



[AprH 1 U 



(JHs— Commercial, 6 a 13 e 

Gas Light and Coke Coropanj, Sale of 

Shflres, 10 ; 9 a—18 ; 11 u— li> ; b 6^20 ; 10 f 

Imperial Continental, 12 m 9 e 

London Oaa Lighl, 8 a 7 • 

Malta and Mediierranear, 16^' 9 il 

MontOTideo, 20 m 18 6 

Metropolitan of Melbourne, 4 a 11 « 

Pbomiz Gat Light aud Coke Company, 2 o 

6 f ~d a 7 « 

Rio de Janeiro Coapany, 1 ml d 

San Panlo, 19 m 9/ 

Singapore, 8 a 8 e 

— ^ South Metropolitan, 8 a 7«—f «7€— 6> If 
State of Sharea in Companiea» u%%virjfdaf% 

foper 

Surrey Contu mere Company, 2 a 6 •—7 a 7 d 

from Mine*al Oil, 17 ; 7 « 

Lighting Improred in London, 15 a 8 6 

ImpioTed for Streets, 18 > 10 6 

Supply, Testing of, 28 m 11 a 

General Life and Fire Assurance Company, 2 i 

9d 
German Colonies, 21 m 5 e 
Embassy, 18 a 9 y~l9 a 1 1 /--21 a 11 y— 

25 o 6 d—\ m 9./— 7 m 12/— 16 m 9 / 
Hospital, Dalston, AnniTersary Dinner, 8 

Ml 18/- 
Imperial Anbcological Institute at Borne, 

50th Anniversary, 4 u 10 d 
GEEMAKY :— 

Adminiitratinn of the Duchies, 15 m 6 s 

Age of Monuments in. 7 j 7 6 

Alsace Lormine, Estimates for, 81 » 7 </ 

Conscriptien in, 6 j 5 d 

Army of, 22 m 10 e 

Berlin, Order Closing all Dancing Resorts 

at Midnight. 10 m 7 5 

Ethnological Curiosities in, 21 y 7 e 



— Bismarck, Count, Birthday of , 2 a 5 «f 

Banquet at Cologne on UnTeiling the 

Statue of, a a 5 e 

his Custom's Tariff, 5 a 7 c A d— 9 a 6 a 

— 11 a 8 (f— 16 a ^ a— 22 a5d 
— * Dinner Given by. 29 m 5 e 

and his Interriew with Windthorst, 8 a 5 



e— 4 o 5 s 

^— ~ Movements of, 80 m 5 s 

Parliamentary Soirees given by, 5 m 7 s 

—19 m 8 a— 26 m 7 d 

Policy, Meeting at Bremen to Uphold, 28 



76 



Proposal for Protection for Shipping, 5 
a 18a 
-^ Concert Painter Signor Carlo, 8 a 10 a 

— Cost of the Imperial Administration, 10 m 
Vdd 

— ( ourt Martial on an Oflioer for Shooting a 
Student at Wuraburg, 2 m 5 c 

on liieut Baron Rudolph Schenk Von 



Germany (continued). 

Court News. Christeniiif of the Gnat 

Grandchild of the Emperor, 18/7 s 
Diphtheria in th« Family of Um Creva 

Prince, 2 a 5 </ 

Golden Wedding of the Emparor Pro- 



gramme, 7 ;' 7 <f 

Act of Grace on tlM Day, 9 y 7 « 

Celebimtioo of, 12 / 12 •— i8> 6 e-U 



;76 



Embasey fai England Celc¥rst». 19/ ISc 

Letter from the Emperar and Empicss 

on the Celebration, 18^ 7 « 

PreparatioBa t# Cekhrmtc, 23 m 8 •- 



11 /5a 



Verses on, 17 J 9/ 

the Empress Stands Sponsor to the Child 

of Lord Odo Russell. 17 a 8 tf 

Prince Alexander of BnltMib«g Leave 



of the Emperor, 5 m 7 s 

Sketch of the Aged Emperor, 17 j4f 



^— Customs Dues, Petitionaagainatthe 

of , 2 m 5 e 
Diplomatic News, 5 o 7 e — 8 a 7 6—28 a 8 

c_l m 6 ^—9 m 5 6—28 si 8 6—8 j 8 a— 18; 

8 i/— 17 ; 7 6— 19 ; 7 a-28 f 11 /• 

Duti<>s on Iron, 3\ ml d 

and Egypt, 27 w 7 rf 

Fir»t Steamer under the New Postal Agrse- 

ment Leaves for Mexico, 5 m 7 f 

German SocIaI Political AseodatioB, 12 « 6^ 

Goods for Sydney Exhibition to be sent bj 

Enpliih Ships, 18 m 5 d 
Hamburg and Bremen Called on to Re- 
nounce their Positions as Free Porta, 80 m 6 d 

and Hanover. 3 u 5 d 

Pension on Queen Mary of, 24 m 7 c 

Hesselmann, Herr, the Socialist Deputy 

Proposal to Prosecute. 7 m 7 e 

Industrial Exhibition, 5 / 5 r 

the Emperor Visits, 22 in 5 a 



Geyem, for Unheard of Crueltiea to Soldiers, 
98Mde 

— Court Newa, 1 a 5 e— 8 m 5 e— 9 a 8 «— 15 
a 5 a— 24 a 6 t— 25 • 5 6<*80 o 7 il— 1 •86 
— 2 M 6 c— 7 ai 7 c— 14 m 7 a— 24 m 7 r~28 in 
7 d-27 w 7 b -6/ 6 6— 8j 5 •— 7/ 7 6— 9 / 7 
<-U i 1 c-23 / 7 /•— 24> 5 e 



and Italy, 80 m 5 e 

Kehl Metal— Sheeting Factory Removal to 

Nancy, 1 m 5 e 
Metx and Strasburg Cathedrals Clossd by 

Order of their Bishops on the Emperor's Birth- 
day, \9a7d 
Miscellaneous News, 29 o 8 6—80 « 7 d— 

20 m 7 /— 21 Iff 7 d— 2> 8 c— 4/ 8 6 
Mol'tke, Count, Statue te at Cologne^ 15 e 

5a 

New Gold Coinsge, 14 a 8 ^^18 a 5 a 

■■ Telegraph and Postal Offloaa nt Emdaa, 

22 a 5 d 

and Peru, 1 1 .; 5 d 

Politico- Economical-Unlonand the Cnilea* 

Tariff Bill, 8 m 7 e 
.-^ the Press on France, Rncaia and Qmwmf, 

7bi56 
Prussian State Printing Oflkce, BiU Tnns> 

ferricg to the Empire, 10 ai 7 6 
— Reichstag, Opening of, 1 a 5 « 

Count W. Von Bisnaick Maiden Spsscb^ 



81 m7c 

Debate on the New Taitff, 8 



5 6—9 m 5 6—18 m 5 6—17 at 7 ••-19 si 7/ 
Grant to the l^ydnej Exhibition* 10 si I ^ 



J uue 30, 1879.] palmer's index to '' the times " newspaper. 



Gie 



Germany (con*intud). 

HechBtag, the Editor of the MonUtgaUatt 

Ejected from. ]8j5 6 
■ Proceedingf in. 1 n 5 c — 2 a 5 c — 3 /i 6 c 

— 1 M 5 fr— 8 w 7 c- -7 m 7 c— 10 »i 7 e— 15 m 6 

6—20 m 7 a~2l ?ji 7 6—22 m 5 a— 24 m 7 f — 

26 m 7 (/->27 w 5 c~28 m 5 «/— 29 m 5 c~-\0 ; 

7 6—14 / 7 6—1 7 ; 7 6— 18 ; 6 6--23> 7 «— 26 

i 7 6—28 / 7 rf 

■ Ke-a!i«eaibiii>g of, 29 a 5 h 

Strength of the Different Parties In, 5 m 



7/- 



Reriew at Berlin bj the Emperor, 30 m 6 6 
KoMia and, 22 m 5 d 



— and the Samoan loliindt, 27 m 7 d—\7 j 7 6 

— i^liips. Return of the Vesiels Registered in, 
6 w 7 / 

— Silrer Market. 22 m 5 d 

— Soeimlist Pubiiuation Condemned, 2 J 7/ 

— Society for bocial Politics, Meeting of, 23 a 
76 

— Suitaxes at Berlin, \0 a 6 d 

— Tariff Commistion, 14 7 7 6 
Meetings about, 16 d 6 <f— 18 a 5 </— 19 a 



7 rf— 24 a 6/— 19 ra 7 f—*20 ; 6 c 

— Tax Proposed on Iron, 6 ; 5 6 

— Telegraphs in, 8 (i 10 a 

— Tobacco Tax, 7*6 6— li) m 5 c 
and Iron Duties, 10 m 7 6 



Trial of the Rioters at Ilarburg. 7 a d h 

of Three Russian Studentd fox Treason, 

28a 8 a 

Uiur/ Gate — Juit D(.»C!8ion, U o 8 c 

Vaticnn and Qermany, \^ a 5 d — \(yj S b 

G > ralta. Royal Visit to, 24 m 7 f 
-»•«• Customs Rtg'iiations at, 18 ; 10 c 

the Srougffle s* Rock, 26 n 5 ^ 

Oibralur (C. W.) on Monte Carlo, 23 n 6 a 
Gilford (U. S.) Breach of Promise Retolation, 10 

m \^d 
Gigantic Treea. 16 a 8 c 
Gilbert (Leoaaid) on the Case of Thus. Moran, 

the " Hard ^ ase," o wi 8 d 
Gilden (<^Npt. J.) IfiandUrm and Rorke's Drift 

Relief Fund, 1 1 <f 9 6—24 n% a 
Gilea (Alfred) on the ProposHl to Lesce the 

London Steamboat Compatiy, 29 a 11 6 

Ginsburg (Dr.) Work on the Mas^orah, Lord 

Beaoonsfleld Proposes to grant Aid to, 7 /a 11 y' 

Girt on College, Cambridge, 19 a 13 r/— 28 i 6 6 

Gladstone (J. U.) on School Board Eduuaiion, 17 

;7« 
Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E ) Articles by, 27/8/ 
— * on Buclcinghamshiie, 23 n 6 6 

on Church Home Missions. 20 m 12 6 

■ on Coffee Tarems, ft a 1 2 f 

Letter on Disestablishment in Scotland, 28 

>«/ 

to the National Reform Union. 2G n 12 d 

at MUl-Hill School, 12/9 s 

MoTementa, 9 a 9/— 17 a 9 i?— 22 <i 5 <— 15 

— on Ottdal Salariest, 4 '» 10 6 

Paper on the Greek Question. 20 /a 1 1 / 

— — Propoaed Banqnet to. 10 m \2 d 

on UDitarianism, 8 m 9 f 

Qkoderi, iu Effect on Two Oirls. 1 m 10 c 



Glasgow (D.) on Hall Marking. 10 o 1 1 / 

Mr. Marshairs Bequest to, 28 a 13 A 

University, Degrees Copferred, 24 a 6 «— 3 

IM 7/ 

New Chancellor Installed, 24 o 6 e 

Glocesl-.r chamber oi A^riculcuie Meeting, 28 m 

Goethe*9 " Mignon," 7 nrW d 

Gold in South America. 9 j 6 a 

and Silver on the Corns rock Lode, 4 ? 7 6 

Goldsmid ^F. .f.) on the International Teleg aph 
Company, 1«? 13/ 

^Julian) in Egypt, 14 a 8 c 

Good of Bad Times, 26 ; 4 /" 

Friday Services, 12 a 12 c 

Templars, Annual Seasion at Brittol, 18 a 4 

o— 21 a (> a 

in Hall, 15 o 10 d 

Gordon (Col.) Note about, 9 a 8 6 

(Geo.) Trees in Paris. 5 / 8 rf 

Go»chen(— )on University Teaching, 8 m U /" 

Gott (Rev. J.) Case of the Due de (?olumbier and 
his Wire in Leeds Workhouse, 23 a 12 e 

Gouirh (J. lt.> on Empty Churches, 7/ 9 « 

FarewtU Temperance Address at the Me- 
tropolitan Tabernacle, 28 m 5 /* 

Government Banking Bill. sff# Joint Stock 

and the Income Tax, 9 j lOy— 10> 7 d 

- Patei.t Bill, 22 m 1 1 rt— 28 m 10 « 
' — I'a'en s for Inventii ni 7 / 7 / 

Grahinn (Lumley) on the I'airiotic Fund, 24o 6f 

GrHniliam (^WilHhm) on the Administration of 
Justice, 11 « 9 / 

Qrav (Sir. John) Unvrilin,' the Statue of, in 
Dublin, 19; 7 «— 'io / 7 a 

Coal llo«»pital,We8tmin8*er Annual Present- 
ation oi Pr ze«. 16 } 13 d 

Grays-Inn Gardens, Word for Opening, 7/13 d 

'- Preachership. 16 ; 8 / 

Great Britain Mutunl Life Assurance Company, 
28 fji 11 / 

Grimsby, Statue of the late Prince Consort 

af. 14./ 11/ 

Yarmonib. Rwvle«' by the Prince of Wales 

at, 1?» ;■ 12 6— 2U; 10 l 

GREECE: -> 

and Albania. 14 »« 7 c 

Annexation of Ij^piius. 21 ra 8 (f 

Antiiver^ary of Indejiendence, I) tf 5 d 

Cesitlons o. 17 m ♦> « 

<lR'mgof. 28 r/ 8 e 

Court News, 20 u 7 d—h m 8 a— 6 m 5 — 

12 m 8o— 21 ? 7 € 
Cretan Diffli-ulr- , 2« \ r. t 

Frontier Question. H a a U — ll» a 7 </— 2*^ n 

8 r/— 2 M o r— 3 in 7 h~{\ m 5 r— 7 m 7 c— Kl m 
7 <•- - ' 4 w 7 c — 1 5 /w h fl — 1 1> «/ 8 — ^0 m 5 •• — 
12 .7 7 '• & 'Z— 24.; 6 '.'—•-':>.; 7 ./— 1«> / 5 rf & ^ 

and Italy, 2i «» h d 

Military News. 2() m R a 

MiscellantMujs Nevs. 'i n Tt f~A a 5 rf— 1.' >i 

7 f/— 19 .1 7 «— 22 a .") r/ -28 a 8 e— 1 m T) </ — 
\\) ,„ H 6—24 m 7 r—i\ j 5 c/— 9 j7 /— i6 > i^ i. 

New Loan, 18 a ."» d 

Orders Conferre«l. 12 ; 11 / 

Proceedings in the English House of Peers 

I on, 7 tt 6/— 7 a U 6 



Gre 



palmer's INOKX to " Tin times MEWSPAPKm. 



[AprO 1 1# 



Qieeoe (rontinfied). 

and Turkey. 18 m 5 r— 9./ 8 a 

Eiiglivh Committeie to see th« Berlin Treaty 

Stipiilnriuns are curried out, 5 m 18 e 
Addreu of the Executive of the Greek 

Conimittee, IS m 14 A— 17 m 7/ 
' Meetinga on the Clniini of, 19 m 18 «— 27 in 

7rf— 2««i9/— 7 7 6/ . 
Oteek liifBciihy. 17/10 6 
txrecn (A. L.) Jewish Subbath. 7 i 6 a 
lireeiiland. Ezplurations in, 18 a 3 r 
GiCKory i(>. B.) un the Legacy and Sttccesiion 

Duties, 2'J M 7 b 
Greshnm C:(>llege, 98 a 9 /' 

lA^ctures 14 a 8 o— 10 m VA f 

Qrey (Maria; Cambridge University and the Ez- 

H mi nation of Teachers, 21 a H /' 
Gri^K ( I>r- ^V. C.) Puerperal FeVer iii Hospitals, 

20 M 12 a 
tirusvenor Gallery, 2 m H i/ 
li round Oanio Questiua 24 / 10 4 
Gnardian Fife and Life Assurance Company, 7 m 

II «— 6>7 6 
GmshofF (J. E.) on the Koumeliaa Deputation, 



r> vi 6 • 



nnd liis Colleague Leave London, 5 
ard .he Bulgarians. 2H a 9 / 



18/ 



Guildbaii Library, Banquet. 6 r» 13 e 

iiuinncss (A. H.i on liihes in IreiaiMi, 26 m 8 6 

(inn Licenses, 20 ; 9 /' 

GunptiWfier i'h>t — Preparations to Blow up a 

( oun y Court Bailiff at Leeds. 17 m 10 «— 24 

m 10 II 

H. 
lliU>erdH>hers' Tompany, Banquet, 21 j 11 f 
Hubiiual l>runkard» Act, 2 m i)/ 
HabroM (Wui.) Tat^e of. 1 n il u 
Hackney C iioral Associniion at St. James's Hall, 

IhiddHM <F. \\,) ConMitutioiml Difficulty in 
Victoria. 5 a h f—li) & 1 1 t—l 1 a 4 c~i<> a 10 

. (.F. L.) KRsentiuIs for Constructing. Ac. Rail- 

Mra> s, -J'S a ti e 
1 laden (heymuur) Lectures on Etching, 12 a 8/ 

^IGfi ah 
Mnhneinnnn Tonvalescent Home, Opening of the 

New. by the l^>rd Chancellor, 4 ; 9 s 
llaileyburg College, Aw rd of Scholarships, 4 « 

Ida 
Halifax, Plot of a KevoU at the Penitentiary, 

Discovered. 14 m 7 d 
Hall Marking. 8 a 12 n— 10 /ill/ 
}1flly (Aiandish; on the late Baron Rothschild, 5 

j6e 
liamadl (Htman) Famine in Upper Egypt, 2 a 

10 c 
llamiltiin ( Adm.) on the Patriotic Fund, 11 a 4/ 
ilampstetid ( harltii'S, b a \0 b 
Hand ill Hand blre and life Insurance Society, 

80 II 12 f» 
)Undel Helics. sss HBtira 
Hiinke> (Thoniatin) on Voting in the House of 

C^oinuious. 1 u ^J 
Hard Case of Thos. Moran. 24 « 11 f—'^b a h € 

—26 a I0e-8ai 7/— 6 w8«f— 7 m 12 «•— I4mi 

7 €—15 HI 10 / 



Harcourt (Sir W.)at Shefield, 17 « 10 d 
Harrow 8chool, Examinations. 8 o 12/— 11 « 9i 
HaH-Dyke (Sir W.) Opens the New CeMsm- 

tive Club at Ardwiek, 2 y 9 e 
Hartest Church. Kestorationof, 9 si 8 c 
Harreian Oration, 27 ; 12 a 
Harrev Tercentenary MemoriaL 1 a 12 b 
HassafUDr. A. H.) on PoatageSumpa. 2/12^ 
Hastings, the Home Secretary and the Fishermn 

of, 18/7«-21i11 f 
Hatfleld, Conperrative Meeting at, 80> 8 / 
Hatherley (Ijidy) Memorial, 19 ai 10 * 
Hauric (John on Cherry, 8 ;' 1 1/ 
Hawarden Castle, Visit of Liberal Aaseciatkei 

to, 9 ; 1 1 ./ 
Haweis (H. R.) on the Charity Oiganiatiaa 

Society, 15 a 10 /* 
Haworth ( hurch. Restoration, 28i 9 * 
Hay and Straw Market, Whitecbapd, 80 a IStf 
Hayti, the French Embassy Destroyed by YeOsa 

Fever, 7 ; 8 • 
Haytian Claim on England, 28 a 6 a 
Haywood (Col. J on Electric Light, 24 ; 8 a 
Health, Registrar-Qenerars Weekly Retnra of, 

12a6d— IBf«8r~2m8/'^29ai 10c-8>4/ 

T.ast Annual lieport, 24 a «>/ 

Quarterly Report, 2i 6 c 

of Ireland, 14 o 9 c 

of Scntinnd, 12 a 5 a->21 a n d—X^ j 6 h 

Heart of the Sierra, 18 a 4 s 

Hearts of Oak Permanent Building Society, hj 7 / 

Heating of K-hools. 80y 8 < 

Heidenheim (Rev. M.) on Card. Newman and Dr. 

DnUmger, 10/10* 
Heliograph Cfted in the Zulu War, 3 »» 6 a 
Hellenic Society, InauKural Meeting, 23 > 12 c 
Henry (Mitchell) on IreUnd and the Hoase of 

Commons, 11/11/* 
Her Msjesty*s Clonsuls, Annual Report, lly lis 
Hereford. Meeting of ConservatiTe Workiaf 

Men at, 5 ; 10 «f 

— Gaol. Sale of. 8 m lib 

Herts. Position of the Silurian Rocks in. 19 si 12( 
Herzegovina, Immigration from Montenegro, It 

Hevwood (CoL) on the Electric Light, 14> 12 « 
Hibbert I..ectures, 23 a 1 f—%h « 10 a 
Higginson < Geo. M.) State of Illinois, 2Si 6 /* 
High 1 ifle at Venice. St. Mark's Square Navigt> 

ble for Gondolas, 23 o 7 c 
Water at London Bridge, set w^ty dtyt 

pnpvr ajtmr Ship Nbws 
Highest House in the World— Pike's Peak, 19 

Highways Amendment Act, Deputation from X. 
R. Yorks to Local GoYemment Board on, <■ 

HiU (Alsaf!er Hay) on «' Patrons** of Pablie 

Companies, 19 m 12 /* 

(F.) on Airricuttural Dlstresa, 18 ai 111 

(Sir Rowland) Presentation of the Fnedoo 

of the City of I^ondon to, 7> 12 a 
Himalaya, Explorations in the Baatera, 24/4/ 
H itsey ( J . J . ) on Lightning ConducUirs, 20 la 12 e 
Hobart Pasha on the Greek Difficulty, 17; 10 ^ 

on the Size of Ironelads. 18 m 4 c 

Hodgson {C. R.) CoUege of Preceptort, 1 m 10 



June 80, 1870.] palmsb's inobx to <^ tub timbs " bbwspaper. 



Hun 



2^ogg (L. M.) Freedom of Coiiaci«nc* in Honaeo, 

8; 11 6 
HolUiid (F. 8.) Antiquity of Cigars, 12 ; U 6 
— *- (Lord) Monument, 20 ai 10 a 
HoUasd -Conn Neira, 2 a ft W— 22 a 6 <— 28 « 7 if 

Elect iona, 18 ; 6 a 

Sttccoision Question, \7j 9f 

Ship News, 2m5d 

HoUebone (Bros.) Analyaia of tha RaUwaj TrafBc 

of the Two Past Tears. 12 a 9 a 
HoUin^sbead (John) on a Benefit at the Gaiety 

for the Isandlana Fund. 7 <i 10 a 
— ^ on the Oomedie Franeuise. 9 m 1 1 e— 26 jSb 
Gaiety Theatre and its Szits, 12> 12y— 14 

>12^ 
DoUoway Prison* Enlargement of. 21 ; 1 W 
HoUway (John) Copper Smelting Without Fuel, 

lOfHd 

Steel Making. 10 i 6 </ 

Holma (John) Army Organization, 10 i 12 </— 17 

Holyhead Church. Kestoration of, 9 a 4/ 

Home for Female Inebriates, Annual Meeting, 4 
;9« 

^-^ for Friendless Girls. 6 m 6 /* 

Missions of the Church of England, Anni* 

yersary Meeting, 20 m 12 fr 

of Ucfuge for the Poor at Trieste, Riot in, 

2iM7fr 

-^ Role Conference, 8 o 12/ 
■ and the Cominiff Elei'tions, 12 f 18 c 

■ League, Meetings, 2> 11/— 14> 12 f 

' Meeting at Kentish Town, 22 m 9 / 

of Members to Controyert Lord Mon- 
tagu's Charges, 8 a 6/^5 a 12 s 

Meetings of, 22 a 6/— 14 si 7 f— 28 m 6 f 

Note about, 23 a 12 / 

the 0'C>onor Don Separated from, 18 a 6/ 

Party and the Scotch Estimates. 24 m 1 1 / 

Lord Robt. Montagu Breaks donnection 



De- 



with, 2 a 10 a 

and Mr. Rybind*s Motion, 25 a 10 ( 

Hope (Beresford) Lee Uniyersity Confer a 

gree on, 24 a 9/ 

Study of Ecclesiology, 6 a 13 /" 

Uopkinson (Dr.) on Electric lighting, 26 « 11 / 

— 10 w 12y 
Homaay, Growth of under Canon Haryey, who 

haa been Rector Fifty Years, 23 m 9 /'— 24 m 

Md 
Horse Show at the Agricultural Hall, 16 m 5 s — 

24 iM 7/— 29 m 10 c— 2 ; 13 rf— 3> 6 <f— 7 j7d 
Horsea, Controlling ef. by Electricity, 7 m 12 c 
— Crotaing Riyers with. 7 a 8 e — f) a 11 6 

English, in Franco, 16 / 18 c 

Warranty of. New BUI, 28 ; 6 6 

Hondey (Chas.) Acddenta by Tram Cars, 9 a 6/ 
Uoskvns-Abrahall (Rey. J.) on Americanisms, 

19 o 18 s 
Hospital for Consumption, Yentnor, 22 a 7/^80 

a l2d—2\ m 18 «^22 m 11 h 
•— ~ for Diseases of the Chest, 7 m 12 « 

of the Throat. 17 w 7 /*— 8 t 10/ 

for Epilepsy and Paralysis, 18 a 12 /'— 17 m 



7d 



Out^Bclief Committee, 5 ; 10/— 1ft ; 7 d 
fur Sick Children, New Chairdinn, 19 m 13 e 



Hospital for Sick Children, 27th Annual Meeting, 

7 mil a~24>]0i 

Sunday Fund, Meeting about, 20 ni 12/ 

Note on, 18> 9 / 

Return of Collectiont, 16 i 12 «— 17 ; 7/ 

— 18 ; 7 d— 19y 12 8—20 ; /-21 / 18 il— 24 

i«/ 

West London, 29 o 10/ 

for Women, Soho Square, 2 m 10/ 

Hot Mines, 27 m 11 /* 
House Boy Brigade, 28> liy 

of Lords. Notes on, 28 ; 12 /"— 24^ 11/ 

HOUSE OF LORDS:— 

Annandale Peerages, 80 m 4 6 

Bell and others v. City of Glasgow Bank,. 

21 jnS < 
British Dynamite Company v. Krebbs and 

others. 9 a 4 41 
Buchan v. City of Glaagow Bank, 1 a 4 a — 

21 m6a 
Charlton and othera v. Attorney-General, 8 

m46 
City of Glasgow Bank, 4c. v. Maedonald 

and others. 26 a 6 a— 80 a 6/ 
Cree o. Someryail and others, 16 m 4 a — 21 

J 5/ 
Swing & (>). r. Registrar of Trade-Marks. 

i7>6/ 
Keir v. City of Glasgow Bank, 1 a 4 a — 2 a 

4 a — 4 a 4 a— 21 mSa 
— -» Magdalen Hospital Goyemers v. Knotts and 

others, 6 m 4 a 
— — Muir and others v. City of Glasgow Bank^ 

8 a 5 (/— 8 a 8 a 

Mulkem and another w. Lord, 9 a 4 a 

Nelson Mitchell v. City of Glasgow Bank, 

4a 4a-21 m5/— 21 m 6a 
Pryce v. Monmouthshire Railway and Canal 

Company. 9 a 4 a 
Rutherford v. City of Glasgow Bank, 21 in 

Tennant r. City of Glasgow Bank, 5 a 6 a-^ 

21 m 6a 

Thwaite rs Harper and others, 28 y 6 e 

Howard ( Jas.) Depression of Agriculture, 21 a 6 s 
Huddersfield Chamber of Commerce and Colonial 

Trade, 10 a 11 d 

Proposed Park for, 22 m 10 # 

Hudson's Bay Company, 1 1 > 1 1 a— 17 i' 18 6—98 

7 9 / 
Hullah (Dr. John) on Music in Elementary 

Schools, H a 7 € 
Humbert (C. F.) Depression of Agriculture. 8 a 

IJ/ 
Humphry (A. P.)4>n the Uniyersity Boat Race. 

6al2s 
HUNOABT ;- 

Chambera, M. Ghyesy Resigns the 



dency. 6 a 7 c 

— — Ne\^ President, 8 a 7 c 

Proceedings, 5 m 7 «— 21 m 7 8—22 mi k 



the Emperor and Empress at Pesth, 8 si 7 a 

Estimates, 21 / 7 s 

Serious Inundation at Ssegedin, ms SasesDiK 

Hunstanton Coiiyalescent Home, Opening of, br 

the Prince and Princess of Wales, 8 a 8 a — li 

tt 6 a —16 d a 



llun 



PALUKR*d IKDRX TO '* THB TIMES " WBW8PAPER. [April 1 to 



Hunt SerTantt* Benefit Society, 90 mil a 
liurricane in ihe Mauritius, 14 a 8 t — 14 « 4 e — 

Tim 12 /• 7i8rf 
Husband • Liabilities, SO m 6 4 
Uutchiiirao (£.) Zulu MisMons and the Boert, 18 

«i6/ 

(J. D.) on Dr. Kenealy's Question, 10 m 10 6 

Hyde Park Corner. Note on, 4 ; 6 /* 

(H. B.) on the New Banking Bill, 24 a 7 b 

Hydrophobia. Case of. 28 m 10/ 

Note oil, 19 m IS h 

Hyndman (H. M.) Trade of India, 27 m 5 h-^ej 

4 6 

I. 
r Anson (Edw.) Recent Excarationsof the Roman 

Forum. 14/6/ 
Imports and Exports, Note on, 6 n 9/ 

Official Returns. 8 m 7 b^lOj 9 b 

Incendiarism in India, 19 m 8 </ 
Incentive to Robbery, 1 m 10 /* 
Incoma Tax Collectors. 16 m 10 s 

Note on. 6 m 10 e 

oo Indian Pensions, 24 ; 7/ 

Incorporated Law Society, Examinations, 80 m 

11/ 
INDIA: — 

— Afghan War sm A fob aw 

Appointments end Changes, 22 a 1 1 /— 28 

a7rf— 14i 7 c 

— Army in. 12 a 5 <f~27 mid 

— -> Bombay, Mayo Memorial Fund— ^Proposed 

Derotion of. 22 a 1 1 / 
■ ■ Unveiling the Statue of the Prince of 

Wales at. 27 ; 5 o^ 
— * Budget, 14 a 5 a~>18 ; ( e 
fiurmah and England, 2 a 6 «f~5 m 18 h— 

8 ; 5 c— 9 ; 7 c 
^ .—^ Account of. 1 1 a 4 a —14 o 8 o 

Braves England. 21 a 7 o 

British Troops in, 7 a 6 c 

Ceremony of Reconciliation in. 20 m 14 <r 

-— Chiefs Taking the Oath of Allegiance to 

the King, 6 //i 5 c 

Misoellaneaus News, 25 a 6 </— 26 a 7 a — 



2 m «i— 6 m 7 6—7 m 7 c— 2n m 7 6—9 ; 7 c— 
18> 6 rf -16 ; 7 c— 23 ; 7 A— 30 j7 b 

Packet of Guns to, Stopped at Bombay, 



19 m 7 6 

— Report«d Apology of the British, 21 a 7 a 

State of. 10 m 7 c 



Calcutta Unirersity, Award of the Cobden 

Prize. 26 m IS d 

Cholera in. 19 m 7 6 

Civil Service, Appointments, 8 m 11 /— 81 

m7 f 

Collection of the Prince of Wales, 5 i 10 y 

Cotton Import Duties, Meeting on, 12 m 7 6 

— Cyclone at Madras, 26 m 7 ^ 

— Dacoity on the Deccan. 19 m 7 b —28 m$c 
—26 m 7 6^-2 ; 7 6—4 ; 11 6—6/ 8 b^9j 7 6 
—28i 7 6—80; 76 

Trials of. 16 ;76 



Defences, 8 a 12 ef 
Distress in, 6 m 7 e 
Embassy to Cabul, 16 i 8 a 
Employment of Natives in, Sj 7 € 
Espionage in, 13 j 10 e 
60 



India (rontirmed). 

Factory Legislation for, 6 a 8 6 

Famine in. 4 i 8 6 

Finances, 7 n 6r— 28 « 7 *• -8 m 7 rf— 6 m T 

4—12 m 7 6—24 m 7 rf— 99 m 5 </-7 i »8 a-W 

j 8 s— 28 7 7 a 

Note on. 2 a 8 « 

and Railways, 15 o 7 a 

Financial Circular, 80 ; 7 a 

— Fires, Incemliary in. 26 m 7 6 — 1 \ j h d 

Trial of the Indendiane«, 16 ; 7 6 

Great Khoomb Festival. bm7 b 

Hailstorm in Eastern Bengal. 7 a 6 c 

Holy Fair of Hurd*var. 21 a 7 6 

Import Duties on (^otton Goods. 15 m 6s 

Mandalay, K*ng Woongyee Loses all Id- 

fluenoe in, 14 a 8e 

Account of. 14 <F 8 a 



Misoellanpous News. 16/7^— 17/4if 

New Judge, 10 o 11 / 

Loan, 16 m 7 /■ 

War Loan. 18 m 6 cf 

North Western Frontier. 1ft m 10 s 

Planting in. Note on, 2 j 8/ 

Railway News. 28 y 7 6 

Rate of Exchabge in. 22 o 1 1 A 

Retrenchment Pr«po9e<^ 4> 6 #—4 / 6 if 

Riots at Rompa, 7 n 6 c 

Sufif Corps. 24 / 10/ 

Tender** tor the New Loan, 19 m 7 a 

Tree Planting in. 6> 8 6 

Visit of an EMK]i><h Lady to a Ranee, 12 a 5c 

and Yarkand. 7 i 7 c 

YHkt>ob Khun and the Viceroy, 6 ; 6 rf 

Industrial School Teachers, Meeting of, in Bel- 
fast. 8/ 10(/ 

Infant Orphan Asylum. Annual Meeting, 80 si 6 i 

Ingleby (c:. M.) Scientific Predictions, 6 at 12 a 

Inland Revenue, 2^ 12 e 

INQ¥£8TS :— 

Effendi Abdullah, Thrown from his Horse, 

in St. jAmes'9 Park. 80 m 10 f 
'W. C. Amos. Killed at the Explosfon it 

Faversham Powder Factory, 21 m 12 s 
Charles and David Angel, Drowned whUs 

Bathing. 18 ; 10 /" 
Thus. Baker, Killed in a Fight, 4 j 10 if 

Wm. Ball, Drowned in a Collision, 21 i It/ 

Mrs. Barne, Burnt to Death in her Bed, 2 ; 

12/ 

Jos. Barnes. Drowned at Harrington, 28 ;B< 

Frances Bartlett, Found Burnt to Deitk, 

28 m 10 s 
Beardsley, a Boy, who Died of Blood Fd' 

soning, 29 a 8 / 

Emily Bell, and Three other Children sf 



Mr. liobt. Bell, who Died of Sewage Gas, Ac., 
26(7 10 6 

— Martha E. Bennett, who Died from aFiQ* 
23i 8s 

— Mary Benton, Murdered, 7 a 1 1 / 

— Bower and James, Killed at Southfidd Fit 
Explosion, 24 a 11 <f 

— Mary Ann Bromwioh, Found Murdered, S7 
J 10 € 

— Jas. Buckley,'KilM in a Dranken Qantt 
28 a li a 



JunaSO, 1S79.] paliice*s i>T)kx to "toe times" NEWsrArrn. 



Inq 



Zaqnetto (rontiwted), 
— Mr. Bann, a Suicide, 16/ 10 a 

John Butler, Killed by a Ffltl, laUf 

Sarah Butterworth, Run Over. 21 m 12 < 

Geo. Buttery, Drowned, 24 ; 1 1 h 

F. L. Campbell, a Suicide, 2A a M d 

Ferdinand Carl, Found Dead in St. Martinis 

FubHc Batba, 2 m 10/ 
^-- a Child, Found in the Thames in a Baaket, 

28 m 10/ 
^— John Clifton, a Suicide, 5 m 8 c 

M. T. Cole. Killed by a Fellow Workman 

for Seducing his Daughter, 17 a 6/ 
^-^ Clarence Sinclair (Jollier, Drowned at Sand- 
ford, 7984. 
Chas. Collins, Found Dead, Uj\\ f 

— Robt. Collins, Found Bruis<Ml and Stabbed 
near the Canal at Rotherhitbe, 7 ; 8r — 14 ; 12 c 

^~ Jaa. Collis, Killed at Barnet Station, 28 a 
13 6 

— Isaac Richard Cook, Killed by Slipping off 
a Board used as a Gangway, 1 m 10 c 

— Sarah Davies, a Suicide, 27 ; 10 e 
• — Alfred Daris, a Suicide, 1 m 10 c 

— William Dawson. Burnt to Death by the 
Bursting of a Paraffin Lamp. 24 m 7 / 

- — Mrs. Sarah De Stains, Found Dead in her 

Cell I a b d 
' John Douglas, by a Fall of Timber from a 

Crane, the Hope Breaking, \7 m 7 d 
Jos. £bden. Found Dead, 20 ; 10 e 

— Francis Edge. Killed by Exposure, 21 o By 

— Miss M. B. Edmonds, who Died Suddenly 
in Church, 18 ; 10 /* 

Mrs. £. H. Edwards, a Suicide, 23 m 10 < 

Fred. Edwin, a Suicide. 22 m 6 /* 

Henry Ellis, Burnt to Death, 28 j 12/ 

•^~ Julmn Elwes, a Suicide, I u 5 d 

— F. H. Emery, a Suicide, 80 a 12 a 

• — Jas. Kvans, Killed by his Head Coming in 
Contact with a Railway Arch. 5 ni 8 c — 12 m 8s 
- — Rev. Lawrence Eyre, an Eccentric, 7 o 1 1 / 
Sarah Farrell. Killed by a Fall, 20 ; 10 « 

Geo. Fiuch. Killed at Kilbum, 28y 8 e 

— > G. Fred. Finletter, Drowned in the Thames, 

6y»/ 
— — Isaac Fletcher, a Suicide, 7 a 10 r— 7 a 11 e 
Isaac FUnt, Burnt to Death on his Van, 12 

si8e 
-— > Ben], Ford. Found Drowned, 18 ; 8 6 

— Jas. and Sarah Freeman, a Suicide after 
Murdering his Wife, 22 m 5 / 

- — John Fumival. who Committed Suicide in 

PentonTille Prison, 6 m 8 c 
-— - Mr. Gilmour, Drowned at Hammersmith,^ 

16 ; 10 a 

Jos. Grant, Killed in a Fight, 18 m 11 « 

' Eliz. Greenbury, Murdered, 7 « 1 1 / 

— - Fliza Gregory. Scalded to Death in a^ath 

in a Lunatic Asylum, 19 y 7 s 
Mrs. Hacker, tee Womav tii Euston Sfuare 

— John Uammond, Murdered by his Mother, 

Mary Ann Hammond, who Died from Ex- 
Drinking, 5 ; 1 c 
Francb Harding, a Suicide, 5 m 8 c 
Jane Hardy, who Died of Apoplexy, 2Sj \ 2 f 



Inquests (continued), 

Wm. Harrison, a Suicide. 23 w 10 « 

Hy Harrey, (!!aught in Machinery, 17 w 7 d 

Mary Loutf^a Hawkins, Burnt to Death 

from her Dress Igniting, 7 m 7 f 

Thos. Hazard, Killed at Blackwall Station, 

10/ »/ 
the Two Children of Hannah Hicks, Found 

Decomposed in a Box, IS ; 8 b 

Frances Hoefling, Found Drowned, 13m 11 s 

Mrs. Holder, Killed by her Husband. 7 ; 8 c 

John Holland, a Child, Burnt in a Pig's 

Cot, 9 ;■ 8 A 
^— A. Hollingsworth, Accidentally Strangled 

in Play, 20 to 12 s 
Walter Holloway, who Fell from the Cliff 

at Vent nor. 8 w« 5 c 

Mr. G. Hostey. Found Drowned, 10 ; 1^> r 

John Hoy, Killed at Heme Bay Station, 25 

7 13/ 
Thos. Hudson, who Died from Excitement, 

28 a 13 6 
Emily Susan Hurbert, who Died from Blood 

Poisoning, 14 o 9 «— 19 a 13 s 

an Infant. Found Dead in a Chimney, 13 m 



11 c 

— Henry Jackson, who Fell while Painting 
the Front of an Hotel in the Haymarket, 26 a 
10 b 

John Jennings. Killed by Falling orer the , 



Balustrade in the Inner Temple, f>j 10 r 

— Wni. Jafi. Johnson. Killed at the Explosion 
at the Royal Arsenal. 22 o 1 1 ^—23 a 10 6 

— Mary Rosina Jenes, Strangled by her Mo- 
ther. 7 all f 

— Thos. Jones, Found Drowned at Clereden, 
13 m 11 < 

— Wm. Jones, Killed by Falling fiom an Upper 
Window, 17 a 6/ 

■' a Farmer. Drowned in Crossing from a 



Quay to a Boat at Holyhead, 28 a 13 6 

Benkorri Leri, who Died Suddenly. 28 a 18 tf 

W. G. Knight, Found Drowned in a Pond, 

9 m8r 

John Lamer, Found Dead, 17 a 6 /— 19 a 

13 < 
Mrs. Latouche, Supposed to have been Poi- 
soned. 9 a 10 / 

DaTid Lawrence, a Suicide, 10 J 9/ 

Thos. Lee, who Died from Hydrophobia, 28 

mlOf 
Wm. Lee, Killed in a Family Quarrel 25 > 

18/ 
a Boy, named Leete, Accidentally Shot, 19 

a8 c 
«*- Geo. Letter, Killed at Slough Stetion, 14 / 

U/ 
— w Wm. Loreday, Drowned at Hammersmith. 

l?;7s 
— *■ Geo. Maokriell, Found Dead near Selsdon 

Road Bridge, Mjlf 
— - a Male Child, 19 » 8 r~22 m 5/ 
Jas. Manning, Killed by an Explosion of 

Gas in Grosvenor Gardens, 28 a 10 s 
Thomas Maskell, Found Drowned, 18 i 

10 f 

— — Jonathan Matters, a Suicide, 9 a \0>f 



lu 



PALIIER'8 index to '^ THE TiStKS " NEWSrAPER. [April 1 1« 



ItAly {rontinued), 

Court New*, 14 a 3 c/— 2Ci 6 « 

OiDiinal btatistict of, 12i «/ 

Diplomatic News, 3(» a 7 •— 17 m7 e 

Diflturbanues «t CalatabUno, II j 5 d-^\tj 

5f 

Flection!!. 29 a 6 /i— 1 7 ; 7 6 

KnglUh Falace At Rom^, 14 a 8 A 

^-~ Kxi radii ion Treaty with Hungaryt 17 a 6 if 

Festival of the Statu to, 2> 8 a 

Fete of Seafati. Oelebration of, 31 si 7 if 

Floods in, 6 j 5 t 

Florence Savings Banks, 2\jld 

GarilMiidi, im Uakibaldi 

the Government take Forcible Possession of 

the Obserratorj, i j bd 

' and Greece. 30 m 6 s— 14 > 7 cf— 19 j T d 

Grist Tax. 30 ; 7 « 

- International Marriage Legislation, the Papal 
Rescript to the Prel«:es on. 12 > 7 d 

Society, Proceediags against Eight Mem* 

bers, 12 o 7 </ 
Internationalist Arrested at Milan, 23 a 7 J 

-21) a 8 k 

inundations in, 3 / ft if— 1 1 t 5 <f— 13 / 9 s 

Meeting for Discussion on the vaiicaB 

Library before the I'ope, &c.. 1 7 ; 4 « 

of the Faithful ronvened totestify against 



the Insults of Protestants to the Mother of God, 
16 u ft w— 21 o 7 c 

^r- Miracle- Working Picrtore of Mary in the 
( bfl] el Korghese to be Uncovered, 16 a 5 a 

— MiscvUaneotts News, 12 o 7 if— 16 a 6 <f~ 
21 a I f^n a 8 <f-22 a 6 s-28 a 8 e— 30 a 7 
i/->2l « 7 </— 24 » 7 if> 26 IN 8 6—4 j 6 «— 14 
J 7 d-.|9 / 7 d— ZO i 6 r— 24i 6 «— 27> f 

— Monetary Convention, 13 m 6 s— 24 ml d 

— Naples, Palm Sunday in, 16 o 8 c 

Alpine Club in. 6 ; 8 a 

Treatment of Beggars in. 6i 8 a 



— Parliament Debate on the Seiiure of the 
Republican Flag at Milan, 6 a 7 e 

Marriage BUI, 14 m 7 c— 16 m 6 s— 16 la 

5 c— 20 m 7 d— 22 m b 

> Pnicreuinga in. 3 a 5 c — 29 a 5 d — 1 ai 6 
if.3 M 7 •— 6 m 8 6—6 m 6 6—9 m 6 •— 96 m 8 



6—23 / 8 cr- 27 / 6 c 

— Stormy &>cenes in. 28 j 7 c 

—^ Pisa, the Student who Arrested the Man 

who threw a Bomb in. Wounded in the Street, 

12 IN 8 a 
-^— Pope Allocution of. 16 m 6 e 

Annual Gift for the Restoration of San 



Lorenzo in Damaso, 18 tf 6 c 

ChariUble Donations of, 29 m 5 6 

on the Civil Marriage Bill, 6J5« 

Coiute Chambord*s Present to, 1 a 5 a 

Confers Orders on Turkii»h Ofilcials» 6 ; 



5c 



Consents to Confirm the Three Cliildren 

of Don Carlos. 16 a 6 c 

Don Carlos Presents his Children to, for 



bin Holiness to Confirm, 16 w 5 <f 

Donation to the Scheme for Catholic 



Bdncation, 9 a 6 d 

French Pilgrims Received by, 8 ai 7 



€bi66 



if— 



Italy (rontinved), 

Pope, Letter to the Pralatea of 

; 6 f 
of, on Protcetant Schools in 

7 c— 11 aHh 



Is 



8( 



Dr. Newman RtotiTed by, 98 • 8 6—5 ■ 

PUces the Bed Hat oo the New CaidinsK 
]6m66 

Receives the Retractation of the Bz-pt- 



triarcb Kupelian. 19 a 7 d— 24 a 5 4 

Sponsois to Don Carlos*s Children, 17 • 



76 

Queen of England in, see CoirxT Cncvui 

— Quirinal. the Pope CoosenU lo C oaee cn lt 

a Chapel in the Quirinal, 10 m 7 a 
Rome. 2633rd AnniTcrsary of the Foundi- 

tk>a of, 2J a 5 6 

Don Carkis on his Passaga to, l9 « 7/ 

Dr. Newman on his Way to, 94 « 6 ft 

— — Arivee at, 96 a 7 c 

Health of , 3 si 7 rf— 6 m 7 f-^7 ai 7e- 

9 M 6 «— 12 m 7/— 19 ai 8 a— 20 m 7<f A/-S2 

m 66 —23m 6 <f— 26 m 7 <f— 27 ai 7 V— 28 • ft 

s— 29 m 6 c/— 30 m 5 «— 31 m 9 «— 9 j 8 a— U 

f 6 e 

Leaves. 6 ; 5 r 

Pro|Hised Testemonial to frooi EagU 

Catholics in. aet Nbwhaic 

in Rome, 6*8 6—6 m 6 c— 10 « 7 «- 



2j8a— 8>6»— 21 ; 7 if 

Testimonial to and Addraea by Lady 



Herbert of Lea, 16 m 6 c 

Tablet Erected in to the Memory of I^e* 



pardi.21 ; Id 

State of the South. 10 ? 4 e 

Treaty of Commerce with Montoncgro^ 17 

A6<f 

Trial of the Orsini Bomb thrower daiiag 

the Funeral Procession at Florence in Honoor 
of the late King, 14 m 7 c— 19 » 8 « 

Vatican, Appointments and Changes, I « 7 

/— l2w8o— I7i4e 

and Austria. 6 ;' 5 e 

and Belgium, 26 a 7 s— 28 a 8 c— 80 s 7 

«— 8 w 6 <f 

Brief of 800 Days Indulgence to 



Call the Virgin " Mother of God,** 6 a 7 c 
— and France, 24 m 7 'f 

and Germany, 19 a 7 a 

Miscellaneous News. 27 ; 6 a 

New Bishops, 16 si 6 6 & e— 26 n 8 ft 

Cardinals, 21 m 6 e— 24 m 7 c 

to be Created, 10 a 6 </— 14 o 3 c--l 



m 6 c— 2 m 6 c— 13 m56> 14 m6a 

Keeper of the Archivea, 10/ 7 c 



News, 9 ; 8 a 

Dr. Newman's Address on Becdviog the 



Biglietto, 18 m 6 a 

Created a Cardinal, 18 m 5 6 

Deputations to. 1 7 ai 7 c 



Vaticanism and Italy, 31 m 7 e 
- in Turkey, 18 a 4 cf— 23 a 7 



\9m%^ 



J. 



Jaekman (Edw.) on Qray*s Inn Gaidem. 7j IStf 
Jackson (M.) Agricultural Prospects, 98j6« 



June 80y 1879.] palskr's index to " thb timss** MEWsPArxB. 



Lftw 



Jager (Profenor) on Specific Gravity and DiMaae» 

Japan. Artin, 6; 11 h 

DecTM Ordenng Economy, \Sm6d 

»—» Deacription of, Notion. 6 / 11 a 

— and the Loochoo lalaiida, 1 m 5 c— 2 m 10 < 
— 3 at 7 d 

w*» Ministerial Banquet in, 14 o 8 • 

Miacellaneottt News, 14 a S i— 80 a 7 c-*3 

mJdi^f 
^^ Native Paper Comney, 14 u 8 « 

Royal Viaitor at, 18 i o « 

Seeda Saitable for Switaerland Presented to 

the Consul by Government, 19 mi 8 a 
J^Mmeee Legation, B«oeption at, 29 m 5/— 6 i* 6 

Writing, Note on, 9 j 8 6 

Jassorody ^O. J.) Sentence on the Priests in Cj* 

pnia,2|J2/ 
Java Volcanoes, 13 w C ^ 
Jeakea (Rev. Jas.) on the Bp. of Tendon's Fund, 

nmSd 

on Charity Oigaaization, 1<S « 12 <; 

Jeffoock (J. T.) Primary and Higher Edncation, 

28|*9c 
Jeokina ( B. G.) Destruction of the Lake Villages, 

10a 8 6 

(Edward) on Egypt, 16 e 5 <f 

Jtony Geddes*s Stool, 18 / 10 / 
Jersey Oyster Fishery, 20 m 1 1 / 
Jerusalem (Bp. of) New. 80 ; 8 / 

— Notes about, 28 m 10 /-8'l m 12 f 
JevoDS (W. S.) on Sun Spots and Commercial 

Crises, 19 « 6/ 
Jewel Robberies in Glasgow and Amsterdam, 28 

a 13 a 
Jeirels, Sale of Queen Christina*s in Paris, 20 m 

7 c— 7 i 7 a 
Jaws* Hospital and Orphan Asylum, 8 m 5/ 
Jewish Sabbath, Note on, 7> 6 a 
Joachim (Henr) Notice about, \ n \l f 
Jehnstonto (Hope) in Dumfriesshire, 26 ; 5/ 
JointSiock Companies, Betnm of Karnes, Capital. 

4e., 7 m 1 1 a 

' Deputations on, 19 ; 8 a 

Meeting of Joint Stock Banks on the Bill, 

aOa i2 6~16ji»7/-l«m 7d— I8j 11 f 
New Bill Notes on, 2:; a 12 d—n a 18 a — 

26 a 13 a— 28 a 13 ^—1 m 8 k—S m 13 a 4 ^— 

6sin6 

Amendments Proposed, I ai 10« 

Remarks on, 2 «i 7 r--d m 13 a~20 m 10 a 

Jones f Harry) on Empty Churches, 9j 10 6 
Jordan (H. K.) on the Bessemer Prucess, 7 j IS/ 
Jowakis, Littl« War with, \i *j i d 
Jodicature Act, 14 j 12 e 
Jadicial Waste, 13 at 8 4 



Kashsaria. the Chinese in, 13 la 10 (f 

Kay-ShutUvworth (Sir U^ Reported Death XTn- 

fottiuled, 3 a H c 
K«aae(LQrd) on the 16tH Lancers, 18 a \^f 
Kaats— AppHii for the only Sister of tlie Poet^ 

PdoU 10 UdUeve, llj4/ 
Rcerii (E. C.) on Street Aecidents. 19 m 12 e 
iiuJIy (T, M.) (»n Sugar Bounties, 15 a 7 * 



I 



Kemp- Welch (Stanley) School Board Expendi- 
ture. 27 / 10 a 
Kenealy (E. V.) on the Glasgow Bank Directors, 

I9a»€ 
Kennedy (B. H.) COasMcal Tripos, 4./ 6/ 
Kent—Abp. of (Canterbury's VisiUtion, 19 m 8 <f 

Magisterial Moeting on Means to Suppress 

Intemperance in, 1 7 a 8 d 
Kerr (Gen.) on Ccurta of Inquiry, 18 m 1 1 3—22 

Kerslake (Tlios.) Sir laaac Newton's Chair, 18 

a 4 a 
Kessler (Professor) Fish in Central Inland Basins, 

2 ; 4 e 
Khotan News, 80 j 8 a 
Ring (Staveley) Hereditary Succession in Egypt, 

Vla\2f 
King's College. London, Appotatnients, 18 j 9 /* 

Annual Commemoratiun, 28 ; 8 3 

Distribution of Prizes, 14 / 18 c 

Indian avil Servkso Caadktates Selected 

from, 81 Iff 9 e 

the Laboratof7 to be Called the " Wheat- 



stone I^aboratory," 19 a 18/ 

New Professor. 21 m 7 s 

Hospital, Festival Dinner, 31 ai 9 r 



f^nglcy—Heraldis Window Placed in the 

Edmund dc Langley Chapel, at, by the Queen, 
21 « 12 /• ^ 

School^ Canterbury, 10 a 4 A 

KNIOHTHOOD AND BARONETAOE:- 

BeKsenier. Henry. Knight, 2 ; II /— 4 j W f 

Bouch. Thos.. Kniaht. 24 / 5 e 

Lambert. John. Knight, 23 m 12 a 

Lingen. R. R. W.. Kn ght. 28 m 12 a 

Owen Philip Cnnliffe. Kntght, 2( ; 5 e 

Sandford, Sir F. R.. Kuiitht. 23 «a 12 a 

Thuillier. Major (Jen., Kniqhi, 28 > 12 d 

Turner. C. A., Knight, 26 a 10 */ 

KiiowltfS (Tho.) Employers' Liability Bill, 12 m 

14 6 
Krapp (F.) Wine Exbibitios in Hungary, 7 la 5 < 

L. 
Labour Question. 7 n 8 «--9 a 9 /^— 14 «t 5 fc 

in California. 27 m 5 a 

Mississippi Valley Cunvention, 8 m 5 r 

— see nUo Stkiken 
Lainbeth Palace, Degrees Conferred, '^5 a 10 /"— 

27y«/ 
Lamp Postf . M n 1 h 
Lanca^^hire Association for Promotion of Mumc. 

21 m If. 
and Cheshire Miners* Permanent Reliel 

Society. Mvctin;^ at Wtgan. 30 a 5 ^ 
UnitfA of CunserTatti'e Associations. Lord 

Derby Withdraws frtmi. U a 10 6-iI a 8 tf 
Land of Sherrv. «<»# SHKRnr 

Titles and Transfer, I8> 8/— 27.; 12 n 

Select Committee on. 3 a 9 «— 29 a» d 

Langtoo (W.) Handel Relics, 9>8 r 

Lardner (Dr.; Three Engineering Errora, 2 ai 8 3 

Law (He:iry) Scieatiflc Prediotioa?, 2 m 6 3 

Amendment Society, Pspers Bead beCons 

80«9 / 

Clerks. Notes on. 23 ai II /— «« ai 10 a 

-*» ol D'mrwt, 9 m 8 c— 18 a JO a 



Law 



rf 



I^ALMBR 8 IMDKX TO " TRt TlllES NlWSI^iiPlCll. 



[AprS 1 tf 



LAW:— 

Actions in Common I>jiv. w^ Cirii. Actioks 

-— in the Superior (.'uurti, set Civil AcTiOKt 

Appeal C'Hses, «ee Hocbk of Lobdb 

Criminal Cases, «e< Midi>lxhcx Sessioxs 



— fiankruptciesy xte BAKKiiCPTetcs 

— Bankruiitoy Court Cases, Me Bakksvptct 
Court 

— Cases in the Admirak/ Court, sw Adxi- 
XALTT Court 

— ^— in the Probate Court. ««« Civil Actioks 
before the I'rovincial Magintrates, m« 



Police 

— Callii to the Bar, 8'fii ll/~26 J 10/ 

— Cause Lists, 13 m 4 (/ 

— ^ the Circuits, Note on. 18/7/ 

•— City of London Quarter Sessions, 14 a 4 e 

— Consistory Court, Mtt Abches, &c.. 

— County Court Cases, sm Ciyil Actioks 

— Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases 
Reserved, see Ckimihal Trials 

— Days of Sittings of the Courts, in every 
day^s paper 

— of Distraint for Rent, 8 o 18 <— 9 a 10/ 

— Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividevbs 

— Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

— Ecclesiastical Ca^es, see Arches, &c. Court 
Estates- in* Liquidation; see Estao'ES^ 
Grand Day at the CourU, 19 j 12 / 

— Great Block int^e Laar Courts, 11 « 9/ 

— Inns of Court Examination,. List of Past, 
26 (I 10 b 

— Irish Bar. 19 u 4 / 

— Justice Melior K«tirei>. 10 / 8 e^n / 6 h 

— Lord Clerk R«>gi0ter, Bill about, 3 ; 8 if 

— Lord' Mayor's Court Actions, see Civil 

ACTIOHfr 

— Midland Circuit, 1 7 ; 6 < 

— New Judge, 12.; 11 /-IS ;* 10 c 
Junior Counsel to the Treasury, If ; 11 « 



— — Notices of Sittings of the Courts, in every 
4by,» paper 

of ('auses. &o., in every day* s paper 



Openinir of the Courts^ 14 a 7y 
of the Irinh Courts, 5 ;' hf 



Phivt 



— ot Partner-ship, see Partnership 

— Privy Council' Proceedings, see 

COVNCIL 

— Public Ex-aminntionfr see every Wednesday^e 
and Sitturdav's paper 

— Scotch. Bench, and Bar, see Scotch 

— Scotch Scquestraiions, see Bankruftgies 

— Spring As«iz68. 4 o 6 /"— 8 • 10 c— 9 a 9/ 
Northern, laid 

Sew Act,. 12 a 9/ 

— Suits in Chancery, see Civil AcTioyn 

— Summer Assizes, Circuits. dO m 11^—13 j 
9f-'\^j 13/^187 4/~27 ; 10./ 

— Suprenoe ('ourt of Judicature — Bill to Ap- 
point Mssters>for, 19 m 5 6 

Offices Eemored to the New Buildings, 



SI m.9/ 

— Surrey Assizes*, 20 ; 16 6 

— Trials in the Criminal Court, see Crimii^al 
Trials^ 

— Trinity Sittings. 7 i Ue 



Lawson (Sir Wilfrid) at CockermoutlK l»«l> 

at I)earhani. 6 j 8 6 

at Liverpool, 10 ; 5 • 

at W«*Iihpool, l^i 11/ 

Layard (Sir Austen) Deputation of tlie Patriotic 

Association to. 19 a ^/ 
(Sir Henry) Movements of, 25 « 5 c^Stt 

8 <f— 2 mSd 
L«a (Rev. F. S.) Registratkm of Age in Scfaoobv 

3; 7^ 
Lead Trade, da 11/ 
LEADING ASTI0LE8 : ~ 

Action against the Athencpum, 17 j II d 

Adulteration Acts Prosecntion?, 1 « 10 * 

Afghan and Zulu Wars, 28 m 9 a 

Negotiations, 19 m 11 a 

Afghaniitan» 5 a 11 6—5 m 11 a— 9ai9ff 

— 24»il0<*. 
and India, 28 a 11 i7~I2 m 11 a— 2; lU 



Agitation in Ireland, 27 j 9 a 
AgricuHural Distress, 28 m 9 if 
EzhibiUon, 30 ) 1 1 a 



— American State Legislaturt; 19/ IL^ 

— Anarchs, 28 a 11 d 

— Annual Exhibitions, 5 m II 4 
Register for 1878, 25/ 11 cf 



Anti-Kent Agitation, 1 1 / 9 rf 

Army Discipline and R^gwlation BHl, 7 "9 

f— 8 all c— 1 m 9 c— 18 ; 9 c— 20 ; 9 1— 24/ 

9if 

Organization. 6.7 9 ft 

Artisans Dwellings Act Extension BiQ, 8 

m 96 

Assizes, 5 iM 1 1 r 

Atlantic and Pacific, 14 m 11 « 

Attempted Assassination of the Ciar,16 aS'ff 

Bagot Will Case. 7/ 11 c 

Banking and Joint Stock Companies' BOl,. 

28a-I1<e 

Prince BattenBerg, 23^ m 9 6 

— — Sir Henry Bessemer, 5 ; 9 rf 

Bp. of Oxford's Case, 31 fw II 6 

Bishopric of Jerusalem, 31 m 11 « 

M. Blanqui's Election. 4 » 9 6 

Board of Tradtt and Unseaworthy Ships, S 

all/ 
Bolivian Bondholders. 2/11 d 

— Breach of Promise Question, 7 m 11 6— H 
m 11 c 

Mr. Bright on the Dissolution of Parliament, 

19 a 11 a 
the Bright Clause of the Iris&Land Act, 3 

m 11 a 

Brituh Policy in India. 21 • 11 d 

Mrs. Brown's Inheritance, 27 ; 9 « 

the Budget, 4 a 9 6 

Bulgaria and Roumelia. 16 a 9 6 

— Business in the House of Commons, 22 a 9 
6 -2 m 9 c 

of Lords, 21/11 d 

California; 2H m 9 « 

Canadian Difficulty, 9 a 9 c 

Tdriff, 18a 9 « 

Cardinal Newman, 17 m 12 6 

Carriages and Coaches, 9 ;' 1 1 d 

-^— rsvpndi-ti Colltjrc, 1* a 10 c 

(MianoAof nrivi>rlinitMif in I'crvnf 9T l %0 



Jone 30, 1879.] TALum'% i»d»x to " the timb^ " NEWSFAPaR 



Leit 



Leading Articles (conttnned), 

Charity Taxation. 28 « H *? 

Chefoo Contention, IS m 9 cf 

Chili and her Neighbours. 10 m 11 c 

China IS/Srf 

— — the Church at the East-End, 10 j 11 * 
— — ^- in the MotropoUa. 4 y 9 e 

City of Glnigow Bank Casei, 21 m 11 e 

— — and Tniitpes, 8 rf 1 1 « 

-* — Claims of the Greek Kingdom, 7 a%a 

Clare County Writ, 7 a 9 6 

— — Coal Minera. 1 5 m 9 e 

Codification of the Criminal Law, 4 a 9 « 

La Comodie Fraocaise. 12 j 11 c— 25 j 11 « 

and Charity, 16 ; 11 rf 

— — Coming Budget, 2 o 9 c 

Commercial Treaties. Sail <f— 22 a 9 r 

Constitutional Question in Victoria. 18 o 9 rf 

Conriction on Circumstantial Eridence, 9 

m9d 

of Solovieff , 9 i n c 

-« — Lord Cranbrook at Sheffield, 6j9 a 

Crime in Italy. 19 i 1 1 e 

Criminal Code, 19 a 11 d-7 mile 

Cycle of the Seasons. 16 m 9 a 

Mr. Jefferson Darid. 1 7 i 9 rf 

Death of Mr. Isaac Butt. 6 m 9 e 

of the Prince Imperial, 20 ; 9 «— 21 j 11 



I 



Leading Artic'es (ronfinuer/). 

Functions of the Crown, 18 la 9 * 

Gnribaldi. I0a9ft 

W. L. Garrison, 26 m 11 « 

Gate Meetings, 18 m 9 rf , 

German Emperor*s Golden Wedding, 10 j 

Mr. Gladstone on the Erangelical MoTe- 

ment. 30 j \\ d 

on Ways and Means, 6 m 9 fr 



Col. Qordon in Darfur. 5 a 12 a 

Government Banking Bill, 1 m 9 i— 20 

and Irish Education, 16 m 9 a 



11 



0—25 f i 1 a 

Debate on the Clara Election, 2%a\\ r. 

' on Greece, IS a 9 a 

~— ~ on South Africa, 1 a 10 a 

Deccan Dacoits, Sj 9 6 

th€ Didot Sale, TjWd 

Dirorce in France. 17 ; II « 

-•*— Durham Strike, 19 a 11 fr 

Eaater Weather, 14 n 7 « 

Eaatem Affairs. 28 ; 1 1 a 

Eastern Roumelia, 15 a 9 a— 2 m 9 a— 28 m 

9c-2 ; 11 b 

Eddyttone Lighthouse, 28 H I e 

Education in Belgium, 6 ai 9 « 

■ in France, 2 a 9 e 

Egypt, 16 a 9 a— 25 a 9 d^l2 m 11 6—16; 

ll^—aii He— 26; 9c 

and the Powers, 28 a 11 5 

-i- Egyptian Affairs, 10 a 9 a— 12 alia 

Coup d'Etat, 8 a 11 a 

Difficulty, 9 o 9 t— 14 a 7 a 

- — Lord Elcho and the Duke of Argyll. 29 m 9 a 

Election of a Prince for Bulgaria, 80 a 11 a 

Electric Lighting, 27 m 11 d— 20; 9 d 

England and Egypt, 26 a 11 d 

English Farming Prospects, 17; 1 1 c 

GoTernment and Egypt, 18 a 9 6 



95 



Greece and Eastern Europe, 4 a 9 <r 
— and the Porte. \1 m\\ f 
Grocers' liicensef. 16^9 a— 23 a 11 d 
Habitunl Drundards Bill, 9 w 9 c 
Harveian Oratien, 28 » 1 1 c/ 
Heavy Gun Committee. 4 9/" 
Sir Rowland Hill and the Post (^ce. 7/11^ 
Home Rule Party. 15 m 9 a 
Hours of Polling. Boroughs Bill. ^2 / 1 » a . 
India. 26 m 1 1 a-16 / 1 1 a-18 1 « «>-28 ; 

Indian Budget, 22 m 9 ^-13 / 9 5 

— Finance and its Critics, 15 m t 5 

- and Policy. 21 m 11 o— 28 m 9 a--20 > 



— and Silver, 29 m 9 rf 
Financial Debate, 14 j 11 a 
Manufactures. 6 « 1 1 a 



International Exhibitions in Australia, 11 

Copyright, 19 a 11 «— 24 mWd 

Oceanic Canal, 14 m 11 a 

Telegraphy, 28 ; 1 1 rf 

Irish Affairs in Parliament, 29 m 9 a 

University Bill, 20 m 11 a-22 m 9 6-30 



3 10/ 

— Iron and Steel Institute, 20 » 1 1 e 
Italy and Europe, 25 a 9 a 

— Japan. 6 i 9 c 
and China, 2 m 9 e 



lld7« 



Etna Eruption, 31 m 1 1 r 

-— Execution of the Berlin Treaty, 
^— Fetes of Vienna, 24 a 9 <f 

— Finandal J>ebate, 29 a 10 a 

— Fitzalan Chapel, 19 m 11 a 

— Flooda in Hungary, 12 a 11 e 

— Foreign Policy of the Government, 1 7 m 1 1 « 
Forgery as a Fine Art, 1 5 m 9 a 

Mr. Forster at Rotherham, 21 a 11 a 

France and England, 26 m 11 5 

— Free Trade, 23; 11 5 

— Fwniih Water Colour Painting. 12 <i 11 « 






Judicature and the Legislature, 1 a 10 a 

the Kirk and the Episcopal Church of Scot- 
land, II; 9a ^ ^ ^ ,^ .,, 

Landowers and the Farmera, 10 ; 11 c 

Late Distress, bmW d 

Law of Distress, 10 m 1 W* 

Lord Lawrence, 28; U 5-80 HI a 

Legislative Obstruction in England and 

France, 18 ; 9 d 

Liability of Trustees, 10 a 9 a 

Liberal Federation, 5 > 9 a 

Local Taxation of London, 14;* 115 

Madame Bonaparte Patterson, 7 o 9 d 

London Bridge, 27; t e 

Fire Brigade, 24 m 11 c 

School Board, 8 « 9 «— 11 y 9 5 

Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister, T 

m 1 1 A 

Martin v. Mackonochic, 30 ; 1 1 5 

Material for Anglo-Indian Hiatory, 12 > 11 <f 

May Meetings, 20 w 1 1 c 

Miiirarv Legislation. 11 ; 9 c 

Our Military Orgauiiatiou, 14 m 1 1 »• 



Lea 



4t 



«i 



PALUJSUS 1MUB& TO '•* TOM TIUKS NSWBPAFAB. 



[April I !♦ 



Iiaading Artiolet (continued), 

Military Reforms, 31 m 11 if 

Our Militia Forces. 29 a 10 & 

Modern Fortune Tellinf, 6j9e 

Thief -CetchinR, 8 a 9 e 

Moml of the Zulu Debate, 9 ci 9 ^ 

Nationaliti«ii, 80 m 9 /i 

National Water Suppiv, 12 a 11 fr 

— -* Natural Science at Oxford, 23 m 9 i/— 8i9 e 

Nef^roee and Chinese in the United States, 

19 m 10 6 
in the Southern States, 38 a 11 « 

— New Northern University, 1 6 m 9 e 

Newman (Dr.) on Mmlem Society, 14 m 1 1 ^ 

Sir 8ta£Ford Northcoteat thuTower Hamlets 

Censtitutional Asiociatlon, 19 j 11 a 

Nordenckjoid's North East Passage Expedi- 
tion, 6jd b 

the 0*Conor Don*s Bill, 86 / 9 » 

Omnibuses, 25 a 9 /* 

— Opening of Museutus on Sunday, 7 m 11 s 
Opposition Speeches, 1 7 a 8 r 

•^ Order of St. Katherine, 6 / 9 if 

— Our Parks and Gardens, 18 ; 9 e 

Bp. of Oxford and the Clewer Case, 15 c 9 c 

Palace of Justice. 21 a 1 1 s 

Sir Anio io Paoissi, 9 a 9 ^ 

Parliamentary Session, 17 :k 9 fr— 28 m 9 ft 

Business, 24 a 9 a— 1 m 9 a 

Pait Winter, 80 a 1 1 « 

Sir Robert Peers Question, 8 m 1 1 « 

People's Tribute to Lord Beaoonsfleld, 28 j 



lis 



Bp. of Peterborough onArt, 19mlls 
Prince of Bulgaria, 4 ; 9 « 
- Imperial, 24 ; 9 6 

Leopold's Installation. 26 i 9 if 



— Private Executions, 30 m 9 </ 

— Property Qualification, 8 o 9 6 

— Protectionism in Germany and Fraoee, 89 
41 10 c 

— Public Secnrity in Russia. 1 m 9 if 

— Queen on the Continent, 8 a 9 a 
v. Hughes, 14 > 9 « 



Railway Accidents, 14 o 7 e 

Reciprocity. 11 ci 7 c^80 a 11 6 

Lord Bedesdale and the House of Lords, 8 

mdd 
Registrar-General's Annual Summary, 3 ; 

9d 

Registration of Teachers, 10 a 9 c 

Relief of Ekowe, 88 a 1 1 e— 24 a 8/ 

Best of the Session, 9 j 1 1 5 

Retirement of Mr. Justice Mellor, 12 / 11 A 

Return of the Chambers to Paris, 16/11 e 

of the Queen to England, 26 a 11 6 

the Revenue, \ a \0 b 

— Roman Catholic Church in the United States, 
26fii 11 e 

»— Funds in IreUad, 88 a 11 i/ 



k — 



Romish ('hurch and TolenUioa, 16 • 9 e 
Baron de Rothschild, 4 ; 9 «/ 
Royal Prerogative, 14 m 11 a 
fiussia, 22 a 9 a 
Mr. RyUnd's Motion. 25 a 9 6 
iSalmtm Fisheries, 8 m 9 s 
Dr. Schliemann in the Troad« 10^' 11 < 
u6 



Leading Artiolea (ronttnued). 

Scotch Universities, 80 m 9 « 

Situation of Egypt, 24 j 9 e 

in South Africa, 24 o 8 /* 

Smuggling at Gibraltar, 26 a 11 



South Africa, 27 m 10/<-81 m 11 fl^l8;9c 

— African l^espatehes, 5 a II tf— 21 a lU 

— American War, 80 m 9 a 
Spaniards and their Government, 2^ 11 e 
Sute of Affairs at Constantinople, 17 ; 11 ^ 

— of Parties in Germany, 27 m 11 h 
-of lUinois, 257*11 b 

— of Trade, 22 m 9 r— 27 mile 

— of the Transvaal. 24 m 11 a 
Sugar Bounties, 1 1 a 7 6 

— Committee, 24 a 9 6 



Telegraph Conference, 14 7 11 if 

the Telephone, 10 m 11 <f 

Trade Disputes, Ua7 b 

Tradesman and Co-Operative Storss, 19 ; 

11 d 
Treaty of Berlin, 6 m 9 a— 10 ai 11 e— 16a 

9 b 

Troubles of the French RepubUc, 18 m 9 c 

in Russia, 29 m 9 A 

Typhoid Fever at Cateriiam, 18 at 11 • 

United States Debt. 21 a 1 1 c 

Universal Catalogue, 15 a 9 if 

Use of Alcohol, 8 i 9 s 

Mr. VUliers's SUtue at Wolverhampton, 7 



J 11 a 

Volunteer Corps in Ireland, 8 si 9 a 

Weather Forecasts. 22 a 9 s 

Wellington College, 2a9 d 

Whitsuntide. 29 m 9 a 

Zulu War, 9 a 9 a— 17 a 9 a—Z m 11 <>6 

J 9 o 

ZuluUnd, 21/ 11 b 

- and Afghanistan, 9/11 a 
Lebanon, News, 80 m 5 « 

Ledger ( Professor) on Easterns a Fixed Fettifili 

12 a 23 if 
Leeds Central Reading Room and Reference 

Library, Attempt to Open on Sundays Defcattd, 

10 m 12 if 

— — County Court, Materials under the High 
Bailiff's Seat to Blow him and the Court to 
Pieces, 17 m 10 s— 24 m 10 a 
Lefroy (Lt. Geo.) on Kmpp Guns, 14 a 9 « 
Legacy Duty, Notes on, 9 e 10 /— 11 a 4y— 15 s 

11 a— 22iii 7 6— 30ffi6if 

Legal Appointments and Changes, 8 a 5 /*— 4 a 

11 d -7ii6s— 10o5«— 19a6<l— 29 a 10 •- 

80 a 9 s— 80 a 11/— 8 m 5 cf— 7> 9 •— 12j 11 

/-l7/7if 

Education Examination of Students, 18/5 « 

Practitioners Society, Annual Meeting, 24 

alia 

Resignations, 16 m 10 « 

Legion of Honour, Orders Cenfeired, 9 a 8 a 
Leidy (Professor) on the Black Mildew on St 

Paul's, 19 a 6 a 
Leicester Borough Gaol, Closing of, 81 m 5 « 
I^hton ■' Baldwin/ School Board Rxpenditvre, 

20 / 10 d 
(John) on the Electric Lyht at the Paxif 

fcalon, lljSc— 17; 10 h 



Jauo 30, 1879.] palmke's iitdex to ** thk times " newspapeh. 



Lus 



Lempriere(Dr. Charles) Sport ia OaKcis, 15 a 11 c 
Lewint (Ur. Robert) on Flogging in ihe Arm/, 

28 wry 
Uabilitj of Emplojerg, lieeting about, 6 m 8 c 

— Paper on, 8(» a U/ 
Liberated Af ricant. 7)6/ 

Libeimtion Society, Annual Meeting, S8 a 12 /*— 

\m 10/ 
at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, IrnlOf 

— Note on, 7 ; 6 a 

Liberia, Boundry Conference, 9j%h 
Libra y Ouildhall, 8 a 13 « 

L«edi, Wm\2d 

~ London. Annual Meeting, 80 m 6/ 

Vatican, New Prefect, tf i 6y 

Licenaing Law Amendment, Note on, 16 c 7 « 
Operation in Dublin, U / 18 d 

Lioenied Victuallen, Anniversary FestiTalatthe 

Crystal Palace, 16 m 7 /— 22 mil* 
Licfatield (Bp. of) on Education, 34 i' 5/ 
Ornaments Rubric, 80 i la tf 

Pastoral to his Clergy, 8 a 18 / 

RituaHsm, 17 i 9 /" 

Cathedral Restoration, 18 m 10 e 

Liddon (H. P.) Proposed Natural Science De- 
grees at Oxford, 27 m 9 f-^j 7 /*— 8 i 18 a 
Liebijc's Extract of Meat Company, 28 m 11/ 
Life Saving InTenrions, 26 m 6 6 

io Washington, 25 j 6 i 

Lifeboat Services, 16 4/* 

LIghtfoot (Dr.) Proposed Suifragan for, 19 a 9« 

Lighteing Conductors, Notes on, 20 ni 12 «— 26 

m 10 r— 81 IN 18 <f— 14> 18 f 

Henlow Parish Church Struck by. 18 a 11 /* 

St. Mark's Spire Struck by. 10 j 8 • 

Lfaioriln*s Inn Scholarships, Awards, 4 a v/ 
Lincoln, Roman Remains in. 12 «r 8 c 
' Lincolnshire Agriculture, 1 a\\ d 
Liquor Traffic, Sir W. Lawson's Resolution on, 

26/9/ 
Lhchft^ (Edwin) Crossing Rivers with Horses, 

7a 8e 

OQ Military Balloons, 12 e 18 a 

Little (H. J.) Weather Predictions and Farm 

Prospects, 24j 11 e 
Littleton (Lt. Col.) Governor General of Canada, 

18 a 10/ 
Liverpool Bishopric, Meeting of the Fund. 1 1 c 4 </ 

Cost of Preserving the Peace in, 21 a 6 a 

• Licensing Law in. 1 w 6 /* 

— - Overcrowding in, 267 6 /■ 

Return of Yagnancy in, 20 / 5 d 

Royal Acknowledgment of the Address from, 

2476 a 

Mr. Smith and Lord Sandon at. 27 i 10 t 

— Mercantile Marine Service Association and 

the Case of Capt. Chaddock, 'l\ a^ f 
Livcsey (Geo.) on the IClectric Light, 17 m 10 e 
Lloyd (John) on Goal Chaplains, 2 m 11 « 

the*Biver Conservancy Bill, 28 m 6 6 

Lobster's Blood, 2/11/ 

Lodi (C. S.) on Convalescent Homes, 22 a 1 1 6 

IxicQsts, Plague of at Elisabetpol, 24 j 5 </ 

London (Bp. of) Appeal for Missions, 9 in 5 / 

-■ Movements of , 29 m 10 c 

Bridge, Notes on, 20 j 12 a— 25 / 8/— 26 j 

10 < 



London Central Meat, &c. Markets, 9m % f 

City Mission, Annual Meeting, 12 m 6 s 

Corporation Accounts. 277 11 / 

Diocose Dr. Tristram Receives' the Church* 

wardens of Parishes in, 27 m 12 d 

Diocesan Home Mission. 17 j 12 b 

Fever Hospital. Donation to, 29 a 11 / 

HomcBopathic Hospital, Annual Meeting, 9 

a 5 f—W 8e 
Hospitals, Royal Commission on, 21 ; 9 e 

— Lay Helpers* Association, 18 y 11 b 
Annual Meeting, 11 ; 10 f 

Library, Annual Meeting. 80 hi 6/ 

— Musical Society, 23 j U f 

Office of Controller of the City of. 6^ 6 s 

Parks and Gardens, Note on, 11 j \2 a 

Provident Association for Ladies in Business^ 

First Annual Meeting. 28 a 13 s 
Society for Extension of University Teach- 
ing. 8 m 1 1 /— 19 m 13 a— 28 m 9/— 29 mile 
Steamboat Company, 26 a 13 if— I m 6 c — 

19 m 9 /^80 m 7 t 
Proposal to Lease, 29 a 11 6—22 m 7 c^ 

23 m 1 1 a 
Su£F>-agan Bishop for the Dk>oese of , 6 hi 9 

/—8m 9/— 17m 10c 

Sehool of Medicine for Women, 28 > 9 if 

Sunday School Choir, Festival at the 

CrysUl Pslace, 26 i 5/ 
Temperance Hospital, Sir W. Lawson Laya 

the First Stone of, 9 m 10 e 

Tramways, see Strkbt 

University, Appointments, 9 a 11 s — 10 ns 

12 s 

Annual Meeting. 16 m 11 a 

Awards, 10 m 12 c 

Examiners Appointed, 10 m 12 s 

Open Exhibitions, 14 a 7/ 

and Lancashire Fire lusunnoe Company^ 

26 a 13 e 

— and Provincial Marine Insurance Company^ 
18 J 1 1 6 

Law Assurance 55ociety. 24 cc 7 a 

Long (Edwin; Oiiginal and Duplioate Pictures^ 

r>8/ 

Longevity in the Timet, 22 m 8 6 
Longfellow (— ) on Old Age, 8 i 10 / 

on Hyde Park Corner, i i5 f 

Longford (Lord) on the Irish (Church Surplus^ 

17m7«f 
'< Lost Island." Notes on, 21 a 5 e— 24 a 11 if— 

18 m 12 a 
Low (C. R.^ on Sir Garnet Wolseley. 81 m 12 cf 
Lewder (Rev. C. F.) on Empty Churohes, 77 9* 
Lowe (E. J.) on the Cycle of the Seasons, 16 in 7 </ 
(Hon. Robt.) on the (^vemment and the 

Income Tax, 9j\lf 

and the County Franchise, 1 1 a 9 6 

Lubbock (Sir John) on Ants, 18 m 10 <f 

New Constituency, 24 i 1 1 b 

(N.) on Sugar Bounties. 16 a 7 ^ 

Lncky Recovery- of £5(M\ 29 a 12 (f 
Lunacy Administration (Ireland), 5 J 11 d 

— Commission— Case of Madame Vignatt, 12 

Lushtngton ^ Professor) Historical Inscriptiona 
in the Temple at Karaak, 2 a 1 1 rf 



lyo 



PALMtu'S INDEX TO ** TUB TIURS ** NEW8PAPCR. 



[AprHlli 



Lyon (W.; on London Bridge, t6j 8/ 

M. 

Jlftclrer (David) on Mr. Newd€gate*s Motion, 

21 m 10 6 
Maccleifield, Opening of an Art School in, 17 m 

7/ 
Afaodowel (Effingham) on hii Brother, II m A d 
Macedonia, Insurrection in, 2 a 6 c 
-— — and Turkey, NegotiaticmR between, 21 m 7 e 
Maclver (David) on British Shipping, 2 aGJ 
Mackenzie Memorial Mission, 21) a 6 </ 
Mackeson (Chas.) on Empty Churches, IO7 18 e 
Maclean (John) on the Canadian TarifiF. 18 a 4 e 

- (J. M.) Indian Import Duties on Cotton 
Goods. 15 m 6 « 

on Trade of India, 3 7 4 /* 

Macrae (Rer. D.) Case of, 23 j 6 c 
Magnetization. Researches in. 30 j 8/ 
Mahaffy (J. P.) on the Iritli University BUI, 21 

m9/ 
MAUB:— 

2ol0/-84ie /•-.4 a 11 f-Ba 18 /*— 7 a 

6e— 8(i8/:-9(i 11 o— 10 a 6 d— 11 a 8 /*— 12 
a9/-l4a9 f^\5 a 10<f~16a 6<f— 17 a 11 
f—lS a 1 1 s— 19 a 8 e— 21 a 6 <— 22 a ft/-28 
a 18 «^24 a 11 e~26 a 12 c-~26 a 10 ^—28 a 
12 <^29 a 11 /—I m 6 c— 2 m 10 ^f—S m 12 s 
—5 m 12 s— 6 M 10 «~7 m 7 </— 8 m 5 /— 9 m 

6 ^—12 m 8 </— 18 m 10 ^—14 m 7 s-^lft m 6 / 
— 18 w 6 /—17 m 7 s— 19w 12 /•— 20 w 12 «— 
21 w 7 /•— 22 m 10 /^28 w k /•— 24 m 7 /— 26 
m 12 /— 27 m 9 s— 28 n 1 1 c/— 29 m 1 1 rf-2 > 9 
y— 8; 10 <f— 4 ; 6 «— 5 ; 6 rf— 6i U rf— 7i 7 / 
—9i 18 c— 10 J 9 s— 11 ;6«-ia>l8rf— 13/ 
8 rf— 14 J 7 s -16 J 8 <f— 17 ; 7 «— 18 ; 5/— 19 
j 9 e— 20> 10 «— 21 ; 9 /"— 28 ; 12 (1—24 ; 11 « 
— 25> 7y— 26 j 10 e— 27 jnj-2Bj 12 s— 80 
;18 6 

- for Australia, 16 m 10 /— 16 m 5 /— 80 m 

7 s— 81 fM 7 s 

Cape Service, 1 m 7 /* 

Maitland (VVm.) Indian Finance and Indian 

Kail ways,. 16 n 7 n 
Malins ^Sir K.) Health of, 25 a 10 Z"— 26 m 8 6 - 

6/9/ 
Mall«son (O. B.) on the Death of Major Wigram 

Battye. ort 10 /» 
Mallow. Christian Brothers* School, 15 m 10 if 
Malta. Ship News, 25 a 5 s 
Manchester (Bp. of) on the Attempt to Destroy 

the Church at Miles Platting, 8 m 5 / 

New School in, 14 m 12/ 

Unity of Odd Fellows, Return of Members, 

6 m 9/ 

Manderson (Lt. Col.) on the Disaster to the 10th 

Hns»rs, 1 1 a 4 cf 
Manitoba. Ministerial Crinisin, 3 ;' 5 if— 7 ; 7d 
Manning (Card.) Movements of, 28 a 8 c— 11 ; 7 / 

Pastoral r<etter, 9 ; 10 /» 

Mansion House, Banquet to the Judges at, 5 / 10 
/— 28 ; 9 /• 

Foreign Visitors. 187 10/ 



to the Prelates, 15 m 10 a— 26i 10/ 



— International Literary Congress, Dinner to, 
at, 29 M 8 a 

Telegraph Conference at, 29 u 8 « 



ivi 



Mansion Housa— Dejeuner to the Compa^j l( 

tlie Comodie Francaiaa, 17 jit f 
Juvenile Ball, 19 a 8/ 

— Reoeptiens, 9 a9 f 
Mapledierham (jhurch, 16 a II c 
Marine Insurance Company, 88 ; 18 ^ 
MarkWy (J. T.) «Bd Mr. Gladstone. 18 1 10/ 
Marks (Alfred) on Shakespeare*s London Hon% 

10 m 7 / 
(T. K.) •on the Painted Ceilings at St. Al- 
bany 15 m 11 6 
Maritime Insurance Company, 14 / 8 « 
Marlborough and Pewsey Vala AgricoltnralA^ 

flociation. Annual Exhibition, 18 j 8 « 

College, Elections to Scholarshipa, 17 i ti 

— ^— Examinations, 2/11 • 

Marpinger Fraud, Acquittal of the Accused, 7 

• Bd 
Marriage with a Deceased Wife*s SUter, Bfllfor 

Legalizing, Notes on, 19 a 18 r — 8 m 6 a 

the Sacrament Refuted to Mr. Wilkini 

* who had done so, 14 ; 7 d 
of the Crown Prince of Monaco with tin 

Sister of the Duke of Hamilton PronounoaA 

Invalid, 27 m 7 d— 5/5 (f 

— Breach of Promise of, ses Brsach 

Proposed of Prince Alex, of Battenbergani 

the Princess Youssu]k)£F, 13/ 7 c 

— — on Board Ship, Bill to Legalise, 7 « 9 r 

by the Microscope, 10 m 7 1^ 

by Telegraph, 14 ; 13 /* 

MAB&IAQES : -In consequence of the Begis* 
trar-General having a complete Alphabetic*! 
List of ail Arlarriages in the British 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 aa adrei^ 
tiied in the Tvke*, 

Alexander, Miss Sybil, 9 m 11 c 

Balfour^ Eustace, 14 m 7 /* 

Bumaby, Capt. F. G., 26 / 9 / 

Campbell, Lady Frances, liml / 

— — ^ Lord Geo., 9 m 1 1 c 

Frederick of liohenzullern — Sigmaringea, 

Prince. 26 ; 5 c 

Hawkins- Whitahed. Miss E. A. F., 26>9/ 

Hebart Pasha, 12 m 1 f 

Horn. Miss Rosa. 12 m 7/ 

Leuchtenberg, Duke George of, 14 sv 7 e 

Oldenburg, Princes< Th«:reaa of, 14 m 7 e 

— Thum and Taxis. Prinoess Louise of, 26 ; 5( 
^— Chapels Kegisiered for the Sulemnizatioa 

of, 2 a :» f—b a 10 6—19 a 5 J— 23 a 8 a— 2* 
a 10 a— 3»i5(/ -7 m 10 r;— 17 m 10/— 21 si 5 
e-.24 at 9 «— 31 in 10 c— 7 j 9/— 21 j 9 «-2* 
; 6 a 
Maraton (E.) International Copyright with 
America, 12 m 10 a 

— ^ {^U. J, K.) *'Tom Brown" for Blind Boy% 
28 flSd 

Martin (Geo. W.) in a London HospiUl, Appeal 

for, 6 ; 6 5 
Martiaeau (Geo.) on Foreign Sugar Bounties, U 

a5/— 15<i 7b-22« if 
Masaey (C. C.) Espionage in India, 13 i \0e 
Matiai (F.) on Italiau Irouclads, 13 ao e 



June 30, 1S79.] palmeu's ikdex to " tue times - newspaper. 



Met 



^Tatacong, set Francr 

IfAu^an (S.) Military Sanatoriain at Taogiers. 

Urn It/ 
Maiitittaa, New Oovarnor, 13 m 5 is 
May Mcstaagi, 3 m 6 e— 12 m o «— 13 m 6 e— 19 

m ft e 

in Seotlmnd. 14 m ft a 

UmyrmtA ( W.> Rdiea of Har()«1. 5 /* 6 « 
Mazzini, InaDgumUon uf a Marble Tablet to. at 

FaeDza, %al U 
McCarthy (Renr. J.) Joarney Acroft Cbina, %o., 

3t a 10/ 
M^Coan (J. C.) on Egypt* 14 a 8 « 
X'Cnttth ( P. A,) on tba lata Mr. Butt and Daniel 

O'OmneU, IS m 14 6 
X*Gacheo (Rer, J. D.) on the Bp. of J^ndoa^s 

Fiuid,4/4/ 
M'Hale (/^bpO^i the Oonnemaim Riottra, 26 a 

12 6 
afBHiat the Meet'ng for the Beduotion of 

Rente in Ireland, 9)86 
M'Kcnna (Eroeat) International Telegraph Con- 
ference, \7 j 12 a 
Head (B.) Agricnltaral Society's Priaes, 7 aWd 
Meehaniral EJdttcation, Meeting in Charterliouae 

School on. SI at 6 /* 
Mechanical Refrigeration, 7/5 <f-~) 1 ; 12 & 
JKeehi (J. JO Our Crop Prospects. 2»m\\ d 

the Wjeather and the Crops, n > 1 rf 

Medala. English Historical, 14 a 7 y- 16 o 9/- 

It; a 10 6 
iCedical Act and Medical Cotmcil, Ujld 
' — Anoendment Bill, 21 > 18 /'~28> 12 d 

Congreaa, 10 ; 12 d 

* Riefonn~I>r. Acland's Evidence. 17 j U 6 

— Teaperanue Association, Annua) Meeting, 
ai mi l/- 

jUETIKOS 07 OBEBITOBS:— 

Altmann, — , of 'lorunto and Birniinghiini, 

4a !2a 

Bjuker, Thos., of ShcfflelJ. 23 / 12/ 

^— Bamea. S. and J., of UirminKham, zy 12 / 
Battey & Co., of Shefltold, UjVlf ^ 

— Benson & Co., of Binningham, 10 a 5 </ 

— Bertelsmann & Co., of Berlin and Bra(^for4« 
30 1116/ 

«*— CUy, Joe., of Cleekhcaton. 4 a 12 a 

Cox« Bros., of Leeds, \ a \2d 

'^— Edwards and Benson, of Binoli^ghaffi, 18 a 

^~~ EBet, Olover & Co., of Manftheater, Hjl • 

Ftshiv. Wm., of 8hiffidd, $1 m 9 a 

^-^ Freoe, Isaac d.e, of LiFerpool, 81 m 9 a 
'— Gold, Richard, of Biroiinghan), 9 /a 1 1 «: 
'— Grant, Albert, Bros.. & Co., I « 1 1 «— 2 a 6 6 

Holt, O., of Lirerpoui, 2J u 10 c/ 

liophina, Gil^es 4 Co.. of Midaiesbroagbr 

24 m 9./— 26 01 8 « 
^— - Lilky and Wheeler, of Uvetpool, 2\mT <i 
«— Macfi-on and Uixuo, of Bradford, 25 a 10 6 
|*-~- Pastlethwaite 4Lnd Gold, of Aston, (i mj 10 e 
!—— Powell Chas. Marshall, 21 m 7 ^ 
»— * lUnuden, Thoi>., of I^eighley^ 22 w 5 / 
•— Rhoilea. Jas., of Bradford, 4 a 12 a 
^— Hheme Iron Tompany^ 28 m 9/ 
- — Swaws, Clongh & Co.. of York, 8 i 6 6 

— J^nj^* ftai* vf tf eliLUw^ 2% ^ 9/ 



Mental Disease in rnissia. 13 //i 116 
Merchant Taxlfirs' Company, Prize and Speec'i 

Day, 127 7'« 
Me8«ageries Maritimes Coin^aiiy. 6 m II 6 
Meteor's Flight and Destruction in Swit;eerIanJ, 

19j 126 
Metooric Dust. 12 n 7 « 
Meteorologifal Cu tigress in Home, 18 a 5 oT— 22 

ab e 
SofBiety, Monthly Meeting, 18 a 5/— 2> m 

10 6 

Methodist Church in Ireland. 28 »< 10 / 

Mew Connej^ion Conference. 11 / o « 

Metropolitan Association for Improving the 
Dwdlings of the Industrious Classes Company^ 

11 ni e— 12;9 c 
METBOFOUTAK BOASD OF WORKS :~ 

Artit*ans' and Labourers* Dwelliogs, IB jo/ 

Cattle Diseases Act, 16^ 6 a 

City ImproTements, 10 o 1 1 St-28 / 14 A 

— ^ (^lerhenwell Green. Enclosure of, 5 a 14 « 

Dinner Giren by the Chairman, 28 a 13 (f 

Egyptian Obelisk, Hj 14 q. ' 

Elections, 14 ; 14 a— 21 j 12 d 

Electric Lighting, 26 a 7/— 10 m 7/--31 m 

12/ 

Finances, 10 a 11 e— 13 m 11 » 

Fire Drigade. 16 ; 6/ 

Freeing the Briilges, 28 ; 11 / 

Gloccbicr Gate Bridge, 2i m 10 a 

Grants. ?tt a 7/ 

' — Leicester Square Proposal to Cover with 

Glafs. 31 m 12 r — 14; 14 a ~ 
Mr. Leslie 8 Charges against the Board, 10 

M 7/ 
New Inspector^, 3 »l 7 # 

Loan. 17 '« 7^ 



-^ - Rail«rays, 10 m 11 it 

Sewerage and Drainage, I67 5/ 

blare of Lawbe'.h. 31 »i 12 / 

of the Thames, \6j5 f 

Thames Embankment, 21 i 12 d 

Tower Bridge, 5 a 14 c 

— ^ Tramway*, 28 7 14 6-^- 

-.,— and Its Water Bills. 13^ 10 a - * 

ITorl^ Water Gj,ite, 10 w 7 ./ 

jl^etropolitan Bridges. C)pening of Free froiH 

Toll by the Francs of \y ales, &c,, y m 6 y— -H 

m 12 6— 2'i mSc 
— B — Programme of the Ceremony, 24 w 12 6 

Consenrativ^ AUiai^ce, Auaual Meeting, i^ 

/5^ 

Dairymen's Penevolent {nstitvtig.o^ P J ^ / 

yire Brigade, Note on, 3i> /41 U / 

Floods Bill. 28; 11/ 

Free Ho.^pital, Annual Mooting, 3 m 4 </ 

Libraries Association, M^eieting. 3 a 7/— 



13a 6a 

Life Assurance Society, \Q mSM 



Pauperism. Monthly Hv'turn. 3 a 7 h—\0 9 

7 ;_18 a $ /^24 a lO </— I m 6/— 8 ih U 6-^ 
15 /v 1 1 s— 22 m 7/— 29 *v U a-6> 7 y--12 J 
6^-1978*— 27; 4 '« 

Rate Att(hts, ^ tH U c—U m\2d 

— =. 8tag(i C^rrli^a N^iir Bijl. 19 i 13 6 

Tal)ern«ele, Mioetljvg ftp Aid t|»e fatt^M' 

Py^i•gSJ, b ^ Jll ^ 

£1 



Vex 



ft 



PALUEK i IMDCr TO *' TUK TlUlfiS NEWSPAPER. 



[A]>ril 1 (0 



Mexico— Changea and Appointments, 17 a 5 d 

MiscclUneoui News, 2ij 5 e^^J d 6 — 14 / 

7</— 17i7c— 20;6d 

— Opening of Congress, 17 a 6 c/ 

Froposed Inteniation E^rhibttion in, M aSd 

Meyer (H. li.) International Telegraph Confer- 
ence, 12 j 9 f-nj 12 f 
Miall (—) Address to on his 70th Birth lay, 9 m5 e 
Middlesex ConsenrativtlRegiitralion Association 

BiennUl Baaqaet, 10 <i 10 d^\ m 10 a 
MiddletoD (CoL F.) Swimming with Hotms 

Across HiTPrs, 9 n 1 1 6 
Midland Counties Insurance Company, ^ il f 
MieviUe (Dr.) on Be- Vaccination, 10 a 6 c 
Miles (C.^ on the Orange Free State, 18 m 10 / 
Military Sanatorium at Tangier*, 24 m 1 1 /* 
Mill-Hill Non*Conformist School, New Founda- 
tion Day, 12; 9 « 
Miller(Dr.J. Li)onTasmaina^Paatand Present, 

11; 7 A 
MiHerclisp (Thos.) Case of. 25 a 10 ^ 
Mills (Arthur) at £xeter, 18 a 12 6 
Milner (J.) Snow at Easter. 19 a 8 / 
Mincing Lane Markets, ««f Colonial 
Mines. Parliamentary Paper on the Inspection of, 

a; 11 h 

— Boyal Commission on Ajcidents in. 2 a 11 d 
Mining Intelligancj — BtMinesa of the Week, 7 a 

7 6—14 a h «— 21 a 9 c— 28 a 9 «-«► w 9 *- 
12 7/1 9 a— 19 IN 9 6— 2d m Ida— 2;9a^9 ; 9 
A— IC j &--23>9 A— 30; 9 r 

— Copper Smelting, 10 o G c 

— Vnistian Statistics. 6 i 6 e 

State of bhares in Cumpanics,. »et tveiyday'* 

paper 
Aliniaterial Appointments, 1 inW f 

Dinners, '6 a dJ—7 m 12/ 

Movements, 7 a 9 /— 8 a 12 a— 9 a 9 /—ID 

a 9 /— 11 a 7 e— 12 all/"- 18 a 9 Z'— Pj'a 11 ;* 

—28 a « «— 29 a 10 «-l m 9 /— 12 w b c— 23 

//I 8 A— 2> 11 /~«;V/— 11 ;9/ 

Keception. 8 wi 1 1 6—27 mi 1 1 /— 19 j 7 « 

Mint, Royal. Annual Report. 7 ; 12 r 

Minto (Lord) on DiscstMblishment in Scotland, 

26J11./ 
Mirror Tei«»pr«phy, Note on, 2 a 10 c 
Miscellaneous Foreign New*. A,re ei-i»/y dny*$ paper 
Missions to beHmen, Annual Meeting, ii m (i « 
Mississippi and Dominion Steamaliip Company, 

17 7s 
Mitchell (Rot. O.) Loudon ScJkk)! BtMird. 27^ 10s 
Monaco, Freedom of Conferencu in, 3 ; 11 6—4 ; 

in /* 
Mode n Thief-Catdiing, 3 a 12 c— 9 a 6 e— 15 a 

1 c 
Moloney (Rev. J. A.) oa the Committal of the 

C oiineihara Rioters, 26 a 12 b 
Morey in C^ourt. 2(i m 8 6 
Leniing Case, «sc Civil Actiozts — Mac- 

d nouyh v. Joyie, 
HOhEY MAIKfiT:— 
Bar Silver, 2 a 6 a^4 a 11 a— 5 a 13 a— 7 

,1 7 a— 10 a 7 o— M a 6 a — 16 a 7 a— 17 a 7 a 

>1 a6a— 26 a Ida— 29 a 11 a— 80 If 12 i— 

1 M 6 a— 3 m l^a— 7 tn 11 ri— 15 m 6 o>-20 m 

la a— 8 »i ] 1 •— 3(> w 7 a—i> j 7 't— 10 t 9 a 

^ II 1 11 n—2ff} II / 



Money Market (r&ntinued). 

bills on India, Tenders for, 3 a 7 a— 6 a IS 

a— 10 a 7 a— 24 a 7 a-~26 a 1^ a^\ m 6 a~7 
f/i 1 1 a^8 m 7 o— 22 m 7 e— 24 » U •— 29 w 
7 6—31 m 8 a— 5> 7 o— 12^ 9 •— 19 / 8 «-H 
ill a 

fiolivUn Loan, 30 a 12 6—9 m e«— 10 ■ » 

a— ;^1 m8 a— 4j 7 a 

Braxilian Market, 28 a 13 h 

Brnssels New Loan, 26 a 18 ^ 

Bullion Circulars, 1 a 11 c— 16 a 7 a— 16 ■ 

11 a— 31 m6 6— 14;d a 
Cafcutta Markets, a a 7 6—10 a 7 6->l8 e 

6 6—24 a 7 6—1 m 6 6—8 m 7 a— 22 si 7 tf- 

29 m 7 c— 6 ; 7 6— 12 j 9 6- 19> « *— 26 1 U * 

Califomian Market, 16 a 7 « 

•^-- CaUs on Companice, 7 a 7 o 

Falling Due, 5 m 9 o 

Capa Debentures, 21 a 9 c^-26 a IS a— 2 ■ 

7d 

— Chilian Debt— Sutpensfen of the SuikiD| 
Fund. 26 a 13 6—22 m7 d 

City of Auckland Debt, 1 m 6 6 

of Christ Church Drainage Loan, 21; 18 e 

Egvptian Finance, 2 a 6 6 — 16 a 7 a— 8 a 

13 a & 6 
Loan, 2 a 6 6—1 m 6 6—2 m 7 e— 6 at 11 

a— 15 m (ib 

Khedire*s Loan, 30 o 12 e 

French Rentes, 15 »i 6 



Gold Taken to tlieBank, st<«acA<fay*ffsp^ 

Greek Debt. 23 a 13 b— 14 m 13 a— 22 mH 

Import of Gold, nee tack dtty's jpaper 

Indian New Loan, 10 m 8 a 

Limerick Corporation Bonds, 8 n 7 a 

Louisiana Bonds, 10 j 9 a 

Manchester ytock, 14 n 5 a 

MetrupoUtan Board of Works Stock, 8 s T 

a— 16 mil a 

Mexican Dollars, 18/11 a 

— — Middleiburgh Corporation B€m<la, 18 a 6 s 

Money Market in 1876. 23 a 13 a 

Neath Harbour Bonds, 19y' 8 6 

New South Wales Railway Loan, 2 m 7 c 

New York Speculators, 30 m 7 a 

Paris Market, Mt€ Mfh dajf*9 paper 

Peruvian Bonds. 6 m 11 a 

Hates of Money Current on the Priocipsl 

Foreign Ma kcts. 4 a 1 1 6—1 1 a 5 6—18 a 6 6 
—25 a 11 a— 2 m 7 d—9 m 6 5—16 m 11 a-23 
m 1 1 6—30 m 7 a-6 ; 7 6— 13> II 6— 20; 11 6 
—27 ; 1 1 a 

Rio Tinto Bonds, 22 m 7 if 

i^ilver Market, 1 a 1 1 6—3 a 7 a— 13 si 6 a 

—14 m 18 (1—20 m 18 a— 21 m l6 6— 2» b» U 
a— 26 m 13 d— 27 m 13 a— 29 m 7 6—81 at 6 a 
- 6 ; 7 a— 7 j 9 a— 9 J 9 a— 12; 9 5—13; U « 
—2*; 9 a-26; U a— 27 » ! 1 a— 23 / 13/ U* 

State of in, see attry day*M poper 

Sw-e<1ish Loan. 2 a 6 6 

Turkish Market. 5 a 18 a 

— - United States Market, 6 ;.7 6 

Venezuelan Debt, 23; 9 6 

Virginian Debt, 9 a 7 a— 10 a 9 a— 2 m7i 

Wiihdrawal of Gold. II a & «-8 si 7 a-9 

m ft n 
M'/iile rar]«>, IW^ s a— IT a 9/*— 23a6a 



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TO .'THE TIMBI ' NBWSrAPBK. 



Nat 



Montenegro, Frontier Commission, U m 7 6—13 
j 5 a 

- Miscellaneous News, 16 m 5 d 
Monament in London, Repairing and RegUdlng, 

19 a 13 e 
Moore (Thos.) Celebration of the Centenary of 

the Birth of by a Dinner in Uolhorn, 28 m 9/ 
■ Meeting at the Mansion House, 2 j \% f 

Ranquet in London, 2 m 10/ 

ill Dublin. 29 m A a 

- (Thos.) on the Coastguard, 29 m 11 a 
Moran {J\ hos.) Case of, su Hard Case 
Moravian Missions, Annual Meeting, 1 m 8 6 
More (Jasper) on Mr. Gueshoff and the Bui* 

garians, 23 a 9 /* 
Morgan (Thos.) Ancient Etruria, 10 a 10 e 
Moricj (~) at Bristol, \Oab f 
Momionism. Mr. Ta;'lur Ke-£lecte<l President 

Apostle, 1 1 a 3 s 
Muroc*eo, Fortifying of T0ngier, 12 m 8 a 

Miscellnneous News, 27 m 1 1 / — 25 ; 7 e 

Moroni, Nevri about, 25 i 5 o^27y 7 c 
Morris (Rer. F. O.* on Sea Birds. 12 a 8 a 
Morrison ^,F.) on the Nevr Liccr.sing Law, 10 a 7 « 
Mortgaf^e Debentures, 8 w 7 c 
Moveable Fcjists, Note on, 12 a 13 <f 
MimdeUa(--) at Sheffield; Ifi o 6 o 
Munaich and Antumicil Institute, Contribution 

of Dr. Mook to, 25 / 7 d 
Munro y^J. E. C.) Irish University Bill, 81 w 10 6 
Munton (F. K.) Money in Court, 26 mi M b 
Muntz ( — ) at Birrain;?hani, 17 a 1 1 e 
Murchison ^^Dr. C.) Memorial to, Meeting to 

Promote, 14 ;' 13 c 
XURBEBS :— 
— M. Bairsachf^ffkv, Shot in his Friet>d's Draw- 
ing RrM)ni by a Young Lady a N.bili^r, l<> « (\ r 
- — Bowley a Liid. at Arundel. Government 

Reward for the Murderer, 10 w< 6 b 
Mary Ann Bromwjfh, at Leicester, 21 j 9 /" 

— 23> \2d 
Robt. Collins, at Rothcrhitho, Reward for 

the Murd»rer. 18/6/ 

Patrick Curler. at'Cnrrogh, 2 ? 8 «^ 

Thos. Dsvenport. at Hallughaline. 1% j 12 r/ 

Michael Dehincy, by Men on Strike at 

Widnes. 2 a in d 

Lucy Derrick, near Thornbury, 6 a 7 « 

Judge Elliott, by Tol. Buford, in Franck- 

fort. Kentucky, 10 a 4 « 

Ediih Freeman, by her Father, a Fanatic, 

as a Satrifice. 5 m 7 / 

Mr. Fryer, by her Husband. 5i 10 c 

(ireyloz, a Student, by a Fellow Student, 

at Zurich, 18 / C c— 1H> 7 b 

an Innkeeper's Wife, at Montreal, 19 a 7 <f 

—24 a bd 

Seven Jews, at Snlschcheri, by Christian 

ViUagers, 23 n 7 6 

a Male Child, in Exeter. 19 m 8 c 

Isedore Martonfal\'y. in Pesih, 8 a 8 ft 

Mailer, a Traveller, near Schuiz. 14 ;.7 e 

Col- Romasevic. at Tozia, 7 o 6 6 

-~ a Soldier, by a Priest and Deacon, at Kar- 

■auchowka, 19 a 7 / 
Tenet, a Market Gardener, near Paris, 29 



Murders {continued}, 

Mrs Thomas, at Richmond. 1 a5 e— 2 a 10 

/•-4fl5/ 
Sarah Ann Thornley, by her Husband, 18 i 

10 6 
— ^ Mrs, Vernon, at Birmingham, 2/8/ 
Watson, a Farm Servant, by a Lunatic. 15 

a 7 c. 
Wilkinson, an Old Man, in a Fight of NaT- 
vies. 13 m 10 d 

M. Wlassoff. in St. Petersburg. 23; 7/ 

a Woman, in Eusto i Square. Discovery of 

the Body, 10 «• 13 *— 12 //, I3d— 17 m 7/- 19 

»i 12e— 23 w 11/ 
a Young Girl, at Glasgow, Confession of, 

20 ,n 8 b 
a Son of Martin Za'evski, by the Nihilists 

at OdcsAfi. 7 n A d 
Allcgeil. of Mrs. Shsrratt, by her Hu/iband, 

at Nantwich. 8 o 13 «—9 o 5 « — It) a 14 /* 
Thos. Kee.an, by his Stepson and his 

Wife, 21 a 12/ 
Attpuipted. of a Farmer, named O'Brien, 

near T,i^carr>ll. '24 n \\ t 
E. Booth, wh^n on the Stage, at Chicago, 

25 a 5 d iHi aid 

John Hancock, at Chester, 2:1 ? 8 r 

and Suicide, at Worcester Assizes, 25 / 



V2d 

— Sup]i0sed, of .Mr. Dvcr Smith, near Coventry, 
2/1^/ 

Su-*peeted. of Mrs. Murray and her Four 



Children, near Peebles. \ln M / — 14 o 4 r 
-^- — Mrj». (^rawford, by her Husb.ind. at Glas- 

gOMT, 2i{ m 5 e 
Murderous Af-nult on Mrs. Curtin and a Man 
Pflnii-d Sullivan, bv il»e )lu^band, 11 j 7 /— 12 
j 7/ 
on Mr. Da we, Msster of Coleshill Work- 
house, by Two Inmates, 2 jH </ 

on M"s. Gibbons, by her Husband, at Kewr- 



bury. 4 ; 10 6 
Museum o' Geology. New Curator, 6 / M b 
Muhic in Klomentnrv Schools, Meeting on, 8 a 7s 

in fitTiHfniv m fT 12 // 

Hall Aer<»hnrs. OttieiHJ Inquiry in an Acci- 
dent at Hirniinghani. 'in II // 

- — Locsl Examinations in, 211 m 10 f 

Practic'Jil KxHminaiions on, li» m U /' 

in Scotland, 10 <i 8 r/ 

of SiM»i.ch, 17ri «A 

Musical Property, Priee Sa'e List of De.ilers*s 
Stock hy Brown & Co., 2(> « 10 « 

N. 
Napier (Gen.) on the Bee s in Niit.nl H; a "> d 
Nasmvth CJrt«.) on Cleojiatru'.s NLodle. 2G //< 8 & 
Natal. Kii.auces of. 2f; / 4 j 

Land in. 19 n If 

Nationnl AgricwPural Labourers* l^nion, Anuual 

Conference, 29 m h #• 

Coffee Palaoe Com puny. Prospectus. 12/06 

I^ird Derby Disclaims Connection with, 

10 m 1 1 /' 

Duke of Westminster Disclaims Connec- 



tion with, 14 m 7 f 

Disclaimers of Connection with, 13 m *^f 



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[Apnl 1 U 



K 



ationa) Edu<*auon Union, 4 /5/— 187 6/ 

— Gullery, Closing of, t ah f 
Note on, 25 ; 14 c 

^ Notitvs, 23 / liy 

— neaMi Society, 3 a 12 r 

— Liberal Ke(ii*r«tion, Meoiinjf, '» ; 10 d 

— Mortpnjrc and A^^eniy Company of New 
Zt'Hland. 7 o 7 d 

— Ori.hnn Home. VrW.o Distribution. 30 im 8 h 

— I'entiv Bunk. Piim-fss chTi^iian Lays the 
the First Stoie of a Ne^v. 14 m 12./— 22 m 10/ 

Note on 215 m lU r 

— I'ortrnir (inllery. 9 m S r— ai wi 14 a— 9i 6f 

— l{f5forni Union, Meeting in Manchester, 26 
a 12 ft 

— Kf*fnjfG« and Tr«irting Ships, 2 7 8 r 

— Hifli* A'^sociation, Annual Meeting at Wim* 
ble«lon. Note on. S j 7 d 
— = — Openiii:; Meeting, 13 m 10 c— 22 m 11a 

— Soc ety tor l'ron:uiing Itklucation of the 
l*oar. 18 / 10 6— 19; 7 « 

'- for Women's Suffrage, Annual Meeting, 

10 w \'6 d 

— Temperance Lengtie, Annual Meeting, 12 
III 5 / 

'I hrift Society. 26 m If 

Training r>chool for Music. 21/7 /*— 24 ; of 

— Union of EK-mcntary Teachers at Notting* 
hain. 3<r II c/— H»ii 1 I A-U w 7 / 

of Conwrvative Associations. 5 w 9 ^ 

Water Supply. Exhibition at the Royal 



Aquarliini. V w 7y'— 19 > H /? 

Saval and Military Hi le Society, Annual Meet- 
ing. 2 ; f* '• 

NAVAL AKH lULlTABir iKtlBLLIdllNOE :- 
tab /~ 9 « t< «— 12 a 10 n— 16 a 9 a— 19 



tf 5 fi— 23 a 5 <»— 2ti n lO fi— 80 a H <— 8 m 5 d 
_7 ,;, 10 rf— 10 w .") /»— 14 Hi 10 c— 17 *H 10 e— 
21 m It «— 24 w 9 e— 28 w 5 /— 81 mi 10 r— 4 ; 
^ ,._7 ,■ 9/-11 .; 7 c/-14 ; of—lSj 4 a-2l> 
y ^—25 ; ."> r/— 28 / 6 fc 

— Arcidfnta, 10 w 12 h 

— ^^^Inwtatics Hecognizi'd as a Branch of 
Miliiiry Art, 22 n 10 / 

— Aldorshott. Mi-sioi Work at, 10 m 12 <i 
( ■omniander-in-riiii»r at, 19^9 d 

Sham liv^ht at. 6 ; 6 c 



r Apptantmenis 2 a 10 •/— 3 n 1 1 c— 7 a 6 rf — 

9 a 1 1 c— in a n <?— 1 1 u 4 r— 12 #1 12 «— 14 a 

9 e— 19 <r 12 e— 23 /i 12 /— 2G a 7 /^-80 c 12 / 
— I Ml 10 e— 2 m 10 /i— 5 w 8d— 10 m 12 A— 12 
f/« 18 <r— \r> w iO /->- 19 m 8 e— 20 m 12 a— 21 m 
12 rf— 28 w< o e— 26 »• 12 e -28 m 5 e— 28 wi 10 
e -29 WI 10 t/— 81 w 9 e— 2 ; 8 f—Z j 10 /— 4 i 

10 e— 6 i 6 r— 9 j 13 6-10 / 12 r— 12 j 12 e— 
14 7 12 </— 16 / 8 / -17 ; 7 c/--19 ; 9 rf— 24 ; 10 
t/^2">.) 7 <?— 26 ; 10 (/— 28.; 7 /' 

. Arming (»f (^avftlry, 3 / 10 f 

Armv (^unmission on. 28 m 9/ 

<»'-'— Disciptitie Dill. \A m 5 d 

, Estimates, 3 u 1 1 r 

ExamimuioD for Cottiinissions, Pasf List, 



Naval and Military Intelligent (rw^fimwO- 
Armv Organizatioo, 81 m 9 /— 10 / He- 
ll i7/--14J12€— 17/7/ 

State of. 80 i 12 « 

Anttinin Siege Oi erationi at Infobtidt, W 

/ 18rf 

Barracks in India, 20 » 12 f 

British Gunboat Ashore at Heligoland 15" 

Cavalry Practice in Swimoiiiig PtopoiM, 

14 a 6r 

Seen in Paris, 14 a 6 c 

Changes of Stations, 6 » 10 c 

Chathftin, Siege Operations at, 14 / Wrf- 

28 / 7 / 

Dockyard. 1 2 w 1 8 a 

Coast Uefcnces, 4 </ 11/ 

Coles (Col.; Memorial Window to, Eifciw 

in Harting Church, Sussex, 21 ai 9 d 

— > on Kobt. Paten, 2 a 10 rf 

Contract for Preserved Meats, New, 19a *« 

Court Martial on Sub-Lt. Cayii, 29 a ij- 

30 n 12 </— I m 5 /— 6 w 11 a 
on Henry J. Crook. 8/ 10 f 

on Edw. M. Francis, 14> ltd 

on Lieats. Fullerton and Brewer, T;«« 

on Edw. Robt. Green, 2 a 10 d 

on Wm. Hawkins, 14 / 12 rf 

on Jas. Hayes. 24 a II a 

on Crouch Maekay, 14 > 12 rf 

on Capt. Maclean, 22 a l\ f 

^ on Bei>j. M'Ever, 18 m 11 a 

^^ ... on Robt. Jas. Sly, 24 a 1 1 a 

-— — on Henry Taylor, a Stoker, 9 a 11 c 

on Wm. Wallace, 21 ml f 

on Lt. Wright. 19 m 8 « 

Courts of Inquiry, Notes on, IS m 11 k-l» 

m l0</-22»ii5 f „.«.•- 

— Martial, Retarn of, on Both Services* 2 a 

10 cf . 

--.— C'oyti (Sub,-Lt.) and his Two Hoaxes, i^ 

rest, 10 « 5 « . . 
Crossing Rivers with HorMiS, 7 o 8 e-8 • 

Deaths Officially Reported to the AdmiriH;* 

3« II c— 21 a 12«' 
at the War Office, 9 a II r-12 m 18 s- 

1 2 / 1 2 s 
of Officers who were Present at theBittk 



14 m 7 f 

of India, ke<iuctii)iis of the Native, 16 a 



6/ 



and Militia Reserve. 6/9/ 



V/if« rwi t>iu StRt« (if y J 18 <^ 



June 30. 1879.] palmbh's ihd^x to <^ tmk times" kkwspapkr. 



New 



Kaval And IWitsry Intelligence {rontinued). 

Gunnery Experiment!, 6 m 8 « 

H. M. SHip CoioMsua, \0j 6 e 

Ffying Fi$h, Trial Trip, 81 m 9 ^ 

InfltxibU, 8 /I 11 c 

Poijf^e»ntf Noreltiei to be Introdneed 

into, 18 m U a 

Suitnn. \9i6d 

the Thundertr^ Note on the Explodon on 

Boerd. 2 a M f 

Officiiii Inquiry into, 17 m 7 <f— 81 m9 d 



Inter- Kegimeiital Uifle Match, Notices, 1 m 

10 « 

Iron or Steel for Ordnance, 16 a 8 a 

IroncUds, Size uf. Note on, J8 m 4 c 

Italian Ironciada, 15 a S e 

King's Dragoon Guards, 18/ 10 « 

KnigbUbridge Barracks, 27 ;' 10/ 

Krupp Onns, Notes about, 1 1 a 8 c— 1 4 a 9 c 

Lerees of the Commander-in-Chief, 6 ai 8 

d-.16 m 10 i 

Lientenants in the Navy, Notes on, 8/10/ 

— 9j 18 6—17; 7rf 

Lucknow Garrison. 82nd Annirersarj Din- 
ner of the Serving Officers, 5^ 11/ 

<^-— Measuring the Hecoii of Guns and the Mo- 
tion of Projectiles, 29 m 4/ 

Medals Awarded, 24 a 11 o— 26 n 7 /"— 1 m 

lOe^-om 8 6— 18 m 10 6-17 ai 7 d--2l m 12 
rf— 27 m 7 /-8l m 9 rf— 4 j 10 e— 12 j 12 s— 
17>7rf 

Medltertanean Fleet, ll> 6 <f 

Metal for Guns, 26 a 7/ 

Military BaUoons, 10 a 5 /— 12 a 18 «— 15 

a 8^— lam 11a 

Committee. 26 o 7/ 

Law in Russia, 29 m 6 a 

Transport, 9> 14 a 

• MilitU Nodcea, 81 m 9<— 6 > 6 c— 7 i 8 s— 

14; 12 if "^ •" 

• Mtacellaneoua Newi, 18 m 11 a— 80i 8/ 

Mounting of the Firat 100-ton Gun at 

Woolwich, 7 J 8 e— 14 ; 12 d 

• Ezperimenta with, 18 ; 10 c 

Mnvementa of H. M. Ships. 16 m 10 6^16 

la 7 /— 26 m 12 €—7 ; 8 €—20 j 6 /-24 1 lO d 
— 26/7*— 28 i 7/- 

of Troops, 28 m 6 e— 29 m 10 if 



Musketry Returns, 20 m 12 a— 9 ; 18 6 

Napier (Lord) of MagdoU in London, 9 j 

11 « 

Natal Troops. 10 m 11/ 

• — Naval Cadetship, List of Successful Candi- 

datee, 25 ; 7 # 
— Engineers, 14 a 9 <f 

Reserve of Ships, 7/12 /*-9i 18 a 

New Torpedo Lighters, 18 m 11 a 

Norfolk Artillery. 10 m 12 c 

Oficers Retired from the Army by Sale of 

their Commissions, 9 a 11 r— 12/ 12 « 

Official Inspectors, 2 m 10 b 

Ordera, 12 a 12<f— 14a9(/ 



— Ordera in Council. 1 1 a 4 c 

— Portsmouth Sailors* Home, Opening of, 5 
m 6 d 

Rifle Meeting. 28j 7 f 

— Priie Monev, 9 a 8 a— 24 m 9 #«3! m 10 a 



NaYal and Military Intelligence {amtinued). 

Range Finding and Field Fire, 14 a 9 a— 17 

a6cf-26a 7 f—\ m 11 c 
— ^ Reinforcements for the Cape, 10 m 12 6 
Royal liody Guarda, Annual Inapection, 18 

MUitary Academy, List of Successful 

Candidatea, 2 a 8 e * 

Preaentalion of Prixea, ftc., 7 a 8 a 

Report, 14 ; 10 6 

(Thipel, Wellington Barracka Re-Open- 
ing of, 26 M 12 a 

Naval Schools at Greenwich, 26/ 10 d 

United Service Institution — the Gold 

Medallists, 10 a 5 a 

1^ Warrants, 12 a 12 </— 15 a 10 s— 12 m 13 a 



Schools for Instruction, Officers Joining, 

12 a 12 (f 

- Sentries in Cold Weather, 12 a 18 6 

Ship News, 2 c 10 </— 3 a 11 c— 7 a 6 <f— 8 

a 18<f— 10a6«-ll a4c— 12tt 12 <f— 15 a 10 
c— 16 a 5 /—19 a 12 e— 21 a 12«— 22o 10/— 
2i a 12 /-24 a 1 1 a— 26 a 7 /— 30 a 12 /—I 
M 10 a— 2 m 10 6—5 m 8 d—iO m 12 6—12 m 
18 o— .15 m 10 6—16 m 7 /— 19 m 8 a— 20 m 12 
a— 21 m 12 </— 28 m 6 «— 4 j 10 e-5 f 10 c— 7 
/8«— 9 ; 18 6— 12/ 12 e— 14 / 12 if-lT / 7 rf 
— 18 j 10 r— 27/ 5 /— 28 7 7 / 

Short Service, Note on, 7 j 8 a 

Sick and Wounded from the Cape, the 

Queen Telegraphs to Inquire after, 12/ 12 a 

Siege Operations at Chatham, 9 a 11 c 

Silver Challenge Cup of Col. Annealey for 

Competition, 14 a 9 </ 

Steel iiuns, 18 a 1 1 c— 25 a 10 c— 28 a 13 / 

Surplus Stores, Inquiry into the Stealing 

of, 8i 10 a 
Telephonic Communication for Military 

Purpoaes, 8 a IS c 
->— Torpedo Boats in Construction at Poplar, 

the Russian Admiral Inspects, 21 a 8 /' 

Experiments, 5 m S d 

Improvements in, 8/ 10 a 

School at Vernon, 19 m 8 c 

Troops for Natal H ; 10 «— 6/ 6 c 

Victoria Cruss, Bestowments, 26 a 7 /- 1 

m 10 e— 8 m 12 d—b m 18 a— 12 m 18 a— 12 / 
12«— 18;8 6— 28; 7/ 

Volunteers for the Cape, 28 m 10 a 

War Office Circular, 12 a 12 a 

Wild Firing, 19 m 8 a 

-^ Woolwich, Exploaion at. Official Inquiry, 

16/146 

Teomanxy Cavalry, Note on, 15 m 10 a 

Naviaphere, a New Nautical Instrument, 6 m 4 a 
Needlework, Second Exhibition of the Watford 

and Weat Herta Asaociation, 25 9 5 a 
Netherlanda, Court News, 29 a 5 d 

Elections, 26 ; 5 a 

Forms of Worship In Anuterdam, 2 i 8 6 

Mincellaneous News, 21 ai 7 </— 20/ 5 d 

Papulation Returns, 8m5 d 

Neuchatel Asphalte Company, 8 a 7 o 
New Atlas *.n Progress, Vd aB f 

Britain, Missionary War in, 29 m 8 a 

Caledonia, Suppression of the Revolt in, 19 

m 6 d 



New 



r.vi..». 



A/u<..*V i\j 



N8W CardinnU, 3 i 1 1 a 

Comet, 24; 10^ 

— Constituency. 24 i 1 1 6 

Foreit, New Bill about, 21/11/ 

— — Ouinea, Expedition from Sydnejr, 6 ; 9 « 

Law Court!. Occupation of, 26 j 11./ 

sM Royal Courts of JueTicJi 



Law Office!, 7 a 10/ 



— License! in Mlddle^z, \ m H b 

— Mexico. Deicription uf, Sj A€ 
~ Mineral 27 m B b 

— Planeti. 1 a 12 6 

— Shakespeave Society, Papers Bead before, 
10 m 12 « 

Sinking Fund, ]9 a 12 d 



KEW 8017TH WALES:-- 

Appointment! and Changes. 29 m 6 s 

Bushrangers Captured, 2 m 5 if-~26 ; 6 e 

— Change of GoTemors, 14 m 6 a — 6 ; 9 y— 7 
ill/— 20>6c 

dhinese Capitation Tax, 2 m6 d 

Immigration Bill, 8 ci 12 s 

Copyright Bill, 2 m ft d 

Cricket Team for England Organ icing, 29 

m 5 « 

Easter Volunteer Sham Fight, &c., 23m 5 d 

Education Statistics, 20 J 7 / 

— — EUections. 29m 5 d 

Exhibition. te§ Intbrnatiokal 

— German Residents Celebrate the Golden 
Wedding of their Emperor at Sydney, 26 a 7 e 

— Intercolonial Agricultural Show iu, 23 m 5 d 
— — Mi'celianeous News, 29 m 5 e 

— Parliamentary Froceodinjfs, 6 a 7 s— 8 a 12 
4^26 a 7 s— 2 m 5 d^2'6 mod 

Ship News, 28 m 5 d 

Sporting in, 21 j7/ 

UuTeiling of the Statue of Capt. Cook in 

Hyde Park, Sydney, 16 u 6 •— 17 a (^ b 

and Victoria, Advantages and Disadvan* 

tages of the Border Line, 14 m 6/ 

New Synagogue at Bayswater, Consecration of, 
1 a 11 A 

York Museum, 6y U c 

KEW ZEALiLNI) :— 

— 1 Census Returns. 22 o 12 a 

— " Conference with Maori King. 24 m 7 e 
Disturbances in. 26 / 5 « 

Exploring Expedition to New Guinea being 

Organized, 26 r/ 7 « 

Meeting of Natives. 26 a 7 s 

New Governor, 14 m 6 a 

— Parliamentary Proccedirigs. 26 a 7 « 

New Zealand Agricultural Company, 17m 11 a 

—19 m 9a 
« Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, 

7o76— 14;8/ 
Newall (R. S.) on Lightning Conductors, 81 m 18 

d-U / 13/ 
Hewberry (Dr.) Distribution of Seeds, 6 ; 6 cf 
Newbury Chamber of Agriculture, Monthly 

Meeting, 20 ; ft d 
Newfoundland, Fishery Question, 28 a 8 d 

Miscellaneous News, 26 a 7 s 

Newman (Card.) Addresses of Congratulations 

to, 26; 5 / 

— Iriiih Catholic Members Address to on his 



Eleration to the Cardinalate, 1 a 12 a— 4 < 10 

y— 6 a 12/— 16 « 9/" 

Leaves for Rome, 18 a 9/ 

Letter to, from the English Prelates (Eo* 

man;, 21 y \2 k 

and the Liberals, 20 m 12 tf 

Presentation Fund, 26 a 7 c— 80 mlOf 

Reply to Dr. DoUinger. 10 j 10 b 

Sketch of, in Preparation, 26 m 14 a 

Testimonial Fund, 21 m 7 « 

fM Italy — Rome 

Newspapers for Sick and Wounded, 14 j 10 h 
Newsvenders* Benevolent and Provident Asio* 

ciation. Annual Meeting, 2 a 5 e— 6 ai 8 e— o; 

5«-9;12/' 

NEXT OF SIN -PERSONS WANTED:— 

Alexander, — ,0} I b 

Bailey, Lewin, 7 J It 

Baily. Ann. 2 »i 1 6 

Baker, Phcebe, WUl, 2lmlb 

— Barber, Chas., 25j\h 

Barke, H. J., 80 m 1 6 

Bartles, Isabella, 30 /»i 1 b 

Bartlett, Chas., 21 m 1 6 

Bennett, Edw., 26 ; I 6 

Biggers, John, 24 ; 1 & 

— Brittain, Sarah, ]8i I 6 

Brookman, Mary, S m lb 

Broonian, Sophia, i a i b 

Brown, J. H., 7j 1 c 

Butcher, Philip. 19 w lb 

Canlen, M. A., 30 w 1 6— 6 ; 1 i 

Carter, Wm.. 14 m 1 h 

Cheshire. John, 6 / I b 

CoUett, Jas., 6 i 1 b 

Compton. Susanna, 7 q I h 

Corbett, Wm., and Susannah Philpot— Mar- 
riage Certificate. I m 1 6 

Dash wood. Wm., 2 a I b 

Davies, David. 10 a I 6 



Edw., 22m \ b 



Davy, J. H, 15 w Ih 

Dawson, Caroline. 16 m 1 6 

Dobby, V'hristopher, 24 m 1 6 

Dommett Geo., 26 ci I c 

Downes, Treverra, 19/1 b 

Drislalami. — , SO a 1 6 

Ebsworth. Rich.. 3 m 1 6 

Edwards, J„ 17 a 1 6 

Enmierton, Fred., d a I b 

— Etheridge, E., 8/16 

Ferguson, Augustus, 6 /.I b 

Fischer, C. A., 16/1 6 

- Forrest, Geo., 8 o I ^ 

Frith. Thos., 29 o 1 * 

Gawthern, F. S.. 10 / 1 * 

Gibson, J. E., 7 ; 1 r 

Gillard. Isabella; 21 m 1 6 

Gray, Robt., 7 m 1 6 

Greiher. Chas., 4 a 1 6 

Hale. J. D.. 14 ml 6 

Hall, Eliz.. 19 a 1 c 

Hancock, Mary, 1 ly 1 b 

Uobt., 28 a 1 6 



Harrison. Jane, 7 a 1 6 
Harvey, Jas., 7 ml b 
— John, 3 a I A 



JuueSO, 1879.] palmkr'b indkx to ** Tn« times" KKwerirttR. 



Omn 



Kezt of Kin, fro. Ccontinued), 

Uavrthurne, Steele, 30 a i f> 

Hayter, Ann, 16 7 1 ^ 

Heiith, Sophia, 2»> I 6 

Heinweih, C. C, 13 > I fr 

Heskeih. J. H., 2 m 1 6 

Hill. W.T., 17a 1 * 

— HoiTflr. Alex., ley i h 

Hopkins, Sarah, 4 a I 6 

Hughes. Mar J, 22 m I A 

Hummerston, T. and H., 17 m I h 

Jaxlert. M. A., 26 m 1 A 

Johnitone, R. A., fiivu Julius, 18/1 b 

Keene. S. K., 21 w I h 

Ker, David. 6a I 6 

- Kiphng. T. D., 21 « 1 6 

Knapton, W. S., 21 rn 1 6 

Knight, Agnea. 7 a I b 

Lereque. i. M., 19 m 1 6 

Leri, Victor, uHa* V. Levy de THeraalt, 

23; 1 h 

Lichtenstem, Julius, 10 ; 1 ft 

Lockey, M. A.. 24 ; 1 6 

Macdonald, Alex., 1 a 1 6 

Marriott, Edw., 5j\b 

E. B. nnd S., 20i 1 6 

M Nab C. E., 25 a 1 6 

MelviUe, H. B., 23 n 1 6 

Montgomery, Roger, 7 m 1 6 

Moore, Henry, and Mary Baynes— Maxriage 

Certificate, 1 m 1 6 

Mudie. Susan, 30 m 1 & 

Musgrave, Edw., 7> 1 c 

Orgill, Fheney, 4 a 1 ^ 

Parson, Reed, 3 ra 1 6 

Pearce, Win. and T. A.^Ujlb 

Power. Michael, 2 ; 1 6 

Proudinan, Wm., 23 m 1 6 

Redman, H. A., 19/16 

Richards, H. S., 14 wi 1 6 

— Roberts, Eliz., 14 m 1 ^ 

Schuldt, Caroline, 20 / 1 6 

Scobla, Harriet, lOi 1 6 

Sizmur, Emily. 23 a I 6 

Sinden, Thos., 6 > 1 6 

^— Smith, Geo., 3 in 1 6 

Perciral, 3 a I 6 

R. J.. 8 o I 6 

Spillroan, Samuel, or Chas., 4 a 1 6 

Spooner, G. R., Will of. I m i b 

Stewart. W. C, 29 a I 6 

Suttie, John, 13 m I 6 

Tacklenbui^, M. F. A., 29 m 1 6 

Thomas, G^., aud Mary Maliphant, 3 a 1 fr 

M. A., 21 m 1 A 

— - Thomson, Edw., 2 m 1 6 
- — Taiar, Samuel, 23 m 1 6 

Valet, Isidore, 8 / I ^ 

Valhanney. Ch. M. de, 3 / 1 6 

WaUh. Richard, Zi m I k 

Watson, Robt., 24 a 1 c 

Way, Francis, lOj I b 

Wenden, F., 7 j I c 

Wtnham, Henry, 24 m 1 & 

Wesley, John, 12 a 14 o 

- — Weston, Alfred, 16 a I 6 
-*— While. Thos.. 5 fl 1 6 



Next of Kin, &c. (ronttnued), 

White. Voltaire. 29 m 1 6 

W. H. and F. S.. 3 a 1 6 

Wilson. Thos.. 18 m 1 6 

and F. A., 28 / 1 6 

Wright, Harriet. 4 a 1 A 

Niagara Falls. Mr. Peer Jumps from the Sus^ 

pension Bridge into, 776s 

Bridge, 6 ? 9 « 

Nicaragua. Communication with, 3 j 6 • 

and England, 12 m 7/ 

Niepce. Discnrerer of Photograhy, Statue to, at 

( halon-sur-Saorae. \'» a 5 a 
Nightingales nnd the London Parks. 10 a 6 f 
Nihilists in New York, 3 / 10 / 

Murders by, 7 « 4 rf— 10 06c 

in Schools. 7 a 4 rf 

Nile TraveUinu. 23 a 6/— 1 m \0 d 

Nine Elms Mission. 29 a 11 e 

Norfolk AKricultursl Association Show, 18/4/ 

and Norwich Hospital, the Prince of Wales 

the Lays First Stone of New Building. 19 m 8 
d-njl d-\H}7 / 

North Eastern Uospitul for Children, Annual 
Meeting, 6 / 5 e 

Nonhcote (Sir Stafford) at the Bow and Bromley 
Li<«titute, 19> 9 a 

Northern Assurance Company, Report, 14 ^ 8 • 

Notable Chairs, 14 « 8 c— 18 a 4 a 

Nottingham, Uproarious Vestry Meeting in, 18 
a 5./ 

Nova Scotia. Address to the Queen for the Abo- 
lition of the Legislatite Council, 17 o 6 rf— 1^ 

a 7 « 

Budget. 11 fl 3« 

Loan. 1 7 « 5 </ 

No¥i Bazar, Collision at, 9 / 7/— 19 j 7 e 

Miscellaneous News, 20 ; 5 6 

tee TuKKBY 

Noxious Vapours, Effects of Breathing, 10 a 4 fr 

Gases BiU. 22 w 6 « 

Nugee (Geo.) on Empty Churches. 10 ; 18 c 
Nurses, Mrs. Fry's Institution for, in DevoBshire 

Square, I27 12 f 
Nursing the Sick, 9/12/ 
InsUtutious, 19 a 7/ 

O. 

0*Conor Don on the Irish University Bill, 28 m 

10 /— 30 m 4 a 

Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity of. Annual As- 
sembly at Edinburgh. 3 j 6 « 

Odessa Historical Society's Collection of Coins, 
Stolen. 5 in 7 / 

List of the Coins Stolen, 9 w 6 « 

Odling (Wm.) on the Proposed Natural Science 
Degrees at Oxford, 31 m 7 J -Bj 6 r— 10 / 12 h 

Official Appointments, 16 a 9 s— 19 o 6 </— 19 a 

11 /— 21 a 6 d— 24 a 9 /— 25 a 10 6—3 m &d 
—21 m 9 s-80 m 9 /*— 16/ 6 «— 21 / 11 f 

O'Keafe (Father) Settlement of the Dispute, & 

/5/ 
Old Catholic Movement in Switzerland, 12 a 10 fr 

American Committee. 22 a 6 e 

Olympia, Excavations at, 9 m 8 c-^6 ; 5 i 

Omnibus Servants. Entertainment to, by Lord 

and Lady Aberdeen, 17 J \'d f 



Omn 



PALMRU « INDEX TO " THE TIll£S " N£W8FAP*R. 



[Ai^rU I lo 



Omnibuies, New Bill Regulating, 8 a 6/ 

Notes on, 26 a 12 « 

OpeD-Air Mission, 11 / 5 e 
Opium v. Alcohol, from the Lanrei, AO m 9 / 
Oppeahe-m (E.) Frauds on Eaigrants. 12 m 8 6 
Omnge Free State, Note on, 13 m 10/ 
Oranmore (Lord) ob the House of Lords, 23 ; 

12/ 
Order of Mslta, New Appointment, t a 9/ 

of St. Katherine, scs St. Katbsrivb 

Ordinations, I6j5a 

Orenburg, Account of, 12 m 8 c 

Orientals in London, 18 i 12 6 

Onnsby-Blake (Chas.) on the Anti Rent Agita- 

tation, \7j 9 f 
Ornamental Churchyards. 25 j 7/ 
Ornaments Rubric, 30> 12 if 
Osborne (Qeoige) Cost of Producing Wheat in 

America, 10 a If 
OUgo and Southland Inrestment Compsnj, 28 

a9<f 
Otwaj (Arthur) on Eastern Roumelia, 1 a^f 
Outdoor Relief— Cfise of Sarah Grant, 7 ; 6 a 
Owens College University Scheme, 28 a 10 a 

Memorial Window to the Founder, 23 m 4/ 

Oxford cBp. of) and the Clewer Case. 11 « 4 6— 

— U a 5 «— 15 a 7 e— 8 a 11 «— 18 a 11/— 25 

a 5 « 
Fund for— the Bp. of Oxford's Letter on, 

14 « 8 /' 

Union Society, 9.; 8 rf 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY : - 

Abbot Scholarship. 1 ' m 7/ 

Appointments, 19 a 13 Z' 

Award of Prizes, 30 m ^f—lj U f 

Bampton Lecturer, 15 m 11 a 

Berry Exhibition, 80 a 11 /* 

Christ Church, Oxford, Annual Gaudy at, 

20 ; 8 a 
Class Lists. 9i 8 «-18 > 8 t-l6> 8 s— 17j 

12 /— 23 ; 8 6— 24 .;■ 1 1 / 

Commemoration, 19 j" 9 r 

Convocation. \6 m 10/— 11 ; 10 € 

Degrees Conferred, 7 a 8 rf— 19 u 13 /— 25 

a 8 c— 16 m 10 f—Zl m 10 6— 2> 12 s— Hi 10 

J— 1.S ;• 8 r— 18 jf 8 a— 20 ; 8 a 
Elections, 28 a 18 Z'— 27 m 18 rf-29 m 6/— 

18j8a— 26; lOr— 80>8« 
Examinations, 1 m 10 e— 29 m 6/ 

Examiners, I a 1 1 / 

Final Honours, Amendment Statute, 30 a 

Gaisford Prizes, 4; 9/ 

Indian Institute, Proposal to Found in, 3 a 

10 5-24; 5s 
Lwitures, 19 m 12 c— 27 m 13 cf— 30 m^f— 

3;12« 
— - Lincoln College Sohularsbips, 5 j 6 « 

Lothian Prize, Award, 22 a 8 a 

. Subject for Prize of 1880, 22 a 8 a 

Maine (Sir U.) Resignation Suspended, 8 a 

12 / 

Mat1ie«atical Pastmaeterahip, 9 a H « 

Natural Science SUtute« 28 m 10 e 

Koteson, 27 w 9 /'—SI m 7 /— 3i 7 /-5 

;6«— 9;lda--10.;12 5 
New SUtntes, 14 ; 7 y 



I Oxford Uniyenity {continued), 
SUde Professorship, 4 a 10 tf^lO m 12 1- 

I2m\lf 

SomerTille Hall for Femalee, 13 ai 12 & 

Stanhope Prize, Award, 80 a 11 y 

University Cricket Qub, Portion of the 

Park to be Let to, 11 / 10 a 
Oxus River, Notes on, 17 a 7 b^li a 11^ 
Oxygen in the Sun, 16 / ft a 

P. 
Pain and the Weather, 90 m 6 « 
Paintings on Cli la, 2 ; 1 1 / 
Palestine, Jewish Conferenee on, 11 a 9/ 
Palgrave (F. T.) on the Slade Profeaaersbip. 12 

mil/- 
Palliser (W.) on the Accident on Beard tin 

Thun(§rer,2a 11/ 
Panama, Outbreak In, 19 a T a— 5 m 8 a 
Panic m a Church at Leicester, !4 a 3/ 
Panlownia, Notes about. 28 ; 12 i/— Mj II h 
Paraguay, Miscellaneous News, 17j 7 c 
Paris to Genera, 21m 12 c 
Parker J. H.) Order Conferred on, by the Kiaf 

of Italy, 9 • 10 6 
Parliament— Constitutional Queetion, 8 a 9/ 

Co-operative Stores Committee^ I3a 10^ 

Duration of. Note on. 19 a 9 e 

East India Railway Bill, 24 « 7 a 

— -^ Home Rule Whip, 7 m 9 c 

Iri»h UniTersity Bill, 19 m 12 rf 

Members Out of, 16 a 6 a 

Progress of Legi»lation, 19 a 8 rf 

Mr. Ry land's Amendment, 24 a 9/ 

Scotch UniYeraity and the Home Rnlera, S6 

m8s 
— ^ Mr. Sbaw-Leferre^a Motion, 7m7 h 
Vacant SeaU, 21 « 8 /-13 a 12 /— 28 « * 

rf— 3 m 12 a— 6 m 8/— 6 m 19 a— 7 ai 12/-.W 

m 8 /•— 13 m 11 4—15 m 11 c- lOj 7rf— 13; 9* 

Voting in the fiouae of Commona^ 7 a € / 

Parliamputary Buainess, Motions on going into 

Supply. 9 a 6/ 

Constituencies, 7 ; 18 tf— 28^ 8 • 

Dinners, 3 a 9 / 

Expenses, 26 m 6/ 

legislation of the Seaaion, 81 m 10 6— 9; 6/ 

Reporting, 31 m 8 a 

Repreaentation— Queenatown, 8 a 12 /" 

SurYirora of the Emaneipation, 17 a 6 4 

PABUAMENTABY PB00EEBINO8 :— 

Abdication of the Khedire. 27 / 7 5 

— <— Abolition of Purchase, 8 a 9 5 

— Adjournment for Easter, 5 a 8 a 

Adjutanta of Auxiliary Forcee, 1 a 6 & 

Admiralty Charts, 29 / 7 o 

Reforms, 28 m 4) e 

Advance on Csbul, 1 a Sh^tt uBh 

Affaira of Egypt, 24 ; 8 c 

Afghan War, 10 m 9 c— 18 ai 7 rf 

Afghanistan, 1 a 8 e— 8 a 9 fr--18 a 7 e^ 

27i7 5 

Agricultural Dapreaaion, 14 m 8 a 

Distress in Irdand, 24^ 6 rf 

Rtrams, 27 j 8 c 



Alleged •« Besetting,* 28 m 8 a 

— Cruelty, 10 « 9 h 

-~-> Kxce8!4«i ill South Africa. 27 i tit 



•^un» 30, 1879.] falmkr's imdkx to ''the ti31i£s" newspapkr. 



Par 



PtoliameataKy Proceedings (continued), 

— - AmbuUuoe ArraDgeiiients in South Africa, 

20 ; 6/ 
— — American Pif s, 9 ml d 
" Pluii'lering of Zulu Villagei, ISj 6 c 

— - Amuteinents in Biriuingharu, h a\i d 

— Anatolia, ^ ml It 

' Ancient Monuments, 24 m 8 « 

-— Aa*mal Vaccination, 24 a G c 

— Anti-Uont Movement, 24 ; 6 €—27 / 6 e 
Arctic Ship £Usolute, 24 ; 6 « 

<~— Arfpentiiie Confederation, 28 m 6 </ 

— Armenians, 28 ) 8 a 
•^— Army, 1 4 m 8 c--23 mQ a 

■ C''h>tliing Department, 22 a 6 6 

Discipline Bill. 8 a 9 c & </— 29 a 6 </— 2 

m6</— 9 m 7</— >0 m 9c-16m 6 rf-17 m 9 /" 

Regulation Bill. 17 m 10 c— 21 m 8 /*— 11 



jet a it c— 18; 6 c— 20 ; 7 6— 2iy 8 d—2ijSf 

~2o> 8 c— 27 ; 7 c 

£ timates, 17i8 f 

Medical Serrice, 1 a 6a— 9 m 7<f— 13; 6a 

Organizaiion, 11 y 6 6-14; 9 a— 21 j 8 a 

Ke erve, 14; 9 & 

— Articles Required for India, 24 / 6 d 

— Artiaaiis' Dwellings Acts Extension Bill, 8 
si6c 

in Private Burying- Grounds, 13/6 d 



— Asia Minor. r» m 7 a— 27 m 8 « 

— Assessed Acts AmendmiMit Bill. 4 a 8 A 

— Assist ant TeHchers in Irish Natioual Schools, 
24 / 6 r 

^ Asaumption of a University Degree, 20 j 7 6 

— Australia, 9 wi 7 d — 16 m H e 

— Balkans, 14 w 8 a 

— Ballot Act, 8 a 9 r 

— Banishment of a Turkish Subj< ct. 6 m 7 a 

— Bankers' Books (Evidence) Bill, 1 a 6 o— 4 
a 6a 

— Banking and Joint Stock Companies Bill, 
22 a 6 6 & /* 

— Bankruptcy Bill. 8 n 9 c 

Ueforni. ^4 j t» e. 

— Bfir iif the House. 28 tn r> <• 

— Beards in the Army. 17 ; 8 « 

— B«-rlin Treaty. 6 wfi n^ 1 7 m 9 f 

— Bills Advanced a Stage, 22 a 6 a— 26 a 8 a 
—30 ni 8 a- 14 ; y <i— 25 ; 8 a 

of Sale (Ireland^ Bill. 24 a 6 c 



— Birmtn|{ham Board Sch )ols. \S m 7 d 

BlouDtV, (^nsul. Report. 28 m G c 

Boiler Explosions, 3U o 9 6— 18 ; 6 c 

Bolivia, 27 i 6 a 

Book Post Rates, 1 a 6 6 

Booty of War, 18 > 6 6 

— - Borneo, 18 ; 6 a 

Breach of Privilege, 3 m 8 A 

" of li'romise, 7 m 9 a 

— - Brecon Gaol 8 a 9 c 

~— Brewers' Licenses, 17 m 10 a 

Biigade Depots, 1 a 6 c— 2 a 7 a— 9 w 7 a 

—13 M 7 c— 27 SI 8 a 
'-— Brigantiae Caleuick, 20 ; 6 /* 

British Claims on Brazil. 24 j 6 c 

Indian Association. 24 mSe 
BiMkim|llam Sdiooi Board, 23 m 6 & 



Parliamentary ProceedingB (continued). 

Budget. 4 o 6 € 

Re:*olurionB. 5 a 8 s 

Barmah, 1 a 6 A— 2 a 7 6 

Business after Easter, 5 a 8 s 

of the House. I9a9/.~8m6a 9m7if 



— 10 m 9 c— 14 m 8 c— 21 m 8/— 24 m 8 s— 27 
m 8 e— 25 /8a 

on Monday and Tuesday, 9 m% d 



— Cabul, 22 (( 6 a 

— Calais- Douvrts, 8 a 9 f 

— Calamity at JellaUbad, 4 a 6 < 

— Campbell, Mr. Wm., and the Authoritlea 
of Rudolsta<it, 29 a 6 </ 

— Cambridge, Duke of, and Lord Chelmsford, 
2?» ij K e 

— CanHl Navigation in Ireland, 28/8 d 

— Cnj^e Colony. 20 ; 6 /* 

Mounted Ye^imanry. 28 ; 8 </ 

— Carrick-on-Suir, 3 m 8 <f— *^3 m 6 6— 14/ 10 a 
-- Case of Mr. Ball 16 w 6 c 

of Mr. Clare. 14.; 10 a 

of the Barque Dora. 23 m 6 a 

: of Edmunds, 20 i 6 « 

of Canon Fleming, 17i 8 a 

of Edmund Galley, 10 m 9 r— 28 m6d 

of Professor Galloway, 16 w 6 e 

of llabron, 4 o 6 €— » <i 9 c 

of Sir F. HalUday, 17 » 8 «-20 j 7 a 

of Edw. Harris, I <i 6 c 

of Emily llulbert, 29 o 6 rf 

of Sub- Const able Joyce, 26 a 8 h 

— ^ of Mitchell and Edgington. 8 a 9 c 

of Thos. Moran. 2\i a 6 6—29 a 6 d^S m 



76 



ef Sir Lewis Velly. 22 n 6 « 

of Perry man, iU n 9 a 

. of Surgeon- Major Reynolds, \Z m 7 d 

of the Ros^nlj^n, 17^ 8 c 

of Ryan, 14 ; 9 6 

of Lt.-Gov. L. St. Just, 9 TO 7 </ 

of John Stanley, 14 m 8 b 

of Fred. Taylor, 3 wi 8 s 



— Cathedral >taTutes Bill 16 w 6 a 

— Calli'ilic T*aupera, 6«i 7 u 

— Cnvalrv, 2a tu (i 6 

— Cavati Workhouse, 4 (i 6 c 

— Ceiywayo, 14/96 

— Ceylon. \S j G a 

— Charily Cotiiniission, 26 a 9 h—S m 7 6-*2i 

— Chefket Pasha. 4 <f 6 « 

— Chefoo Coiiveiilion, 10 m 9 a 

— Clielinsford. Lord, 4 /i H s —24 w 8 « 

— (hiidreii ill Kleuuntary Ik'hools, 2 m 6 e 
in Irieh Workhtiuses. 2.f j \^f 



— ( hddreirs Dangtroud Performances Bill^ 
1:4 M a -50 m S o - 20 / a 

Child s Religion. 2 m 6 <r 

Chili and Peru, 20 w 8 /* 

i hiiian Fleet 19 a 9 a— 29 a 6 s 

China, 23 m « a 

Church of Scotland. 13 / 6 A 

(Hty of Glasgow Bank Appeals, 2 a 7a— 22 

aQa 

of London School Board. 1 4 m 8 a 

Civil Employment of Soldiers, 2Z m G h 



Par 



rALMKIl's INDEX TO " THE TIMK6 " NEWSPAPSt. [April 1 «• 



rarliameQtazj Proceedings {mntinued). 

Civil Service Estiniattfi, 13 /« 7 /— 20 m 9 a 

-27 m 1> 6— 10>8 6 

in liiHii, "26 «i 8 6 

WrLUr*. 25 / H ft 

Clare County Election. 4 a 6 c— 8 a 9 a 

Writ, bad c— U n 7 a -26 <i 8 c 



Cl>ihing Factory at Pimlico, b* m 7 a 

Coaling TnniBporti at St. Vinoent, 17^8* 

Cmiificalion of the rrin»inHl Law. 4 a 7 c/ 

Coiiiage for CypniM, 13 j 6 6 

CuUeoiioo of Jjegacy Dutie:). 8 a 9 fr 

Colliery Strike, 3 m 8 rf 

Colonial Agenti, 8 « 6 a— t* •« 7 c 

Uoiikf (Loam) Act, 24 ; « r 

(«olon7 of Victoria. 9 m 7 c— 2i) ; 7 .i 

C<>nimaD<ler-ui- Chief and Lord Chelniisford, 

Command in South Africa, S6 a 8 c 

— — Commercial and <VgricuUural Distrost, 18 

Treaty with France, 28 a 8 ^ 



I 



Commiisaiiat and Tranaport Departments, 

Companies Acts Amendment Bill, 2 m 7 i 

--am lOa— 26; 8 «i 
— Compulsory Rotirement, ISy 6 6 
Conduct of British Troope in South Africa, 

Contagious Diseases, 25 a 6 i/— 6 m 7a^lf 

;8rf-2l>8e 

Continuous Brakes. 14 ; 9 ^—27 ; 6 c 

CiMiveutions (Irtrland) Act Repeal Bill. I7> 

8c 

Conveyance of Patients. 4 a 6 if 

Convict I'erryrasn. H • 9 6 

Conviction at l>mght'da. 4 c« R d 

Cuolles in Jain «ic«. 1 7 y 8 « — 20 ^ 8y* 

Co Operative tSiores, 2 a 8 a 

Corn Averages, 2> a «f 

Returns 27 w 8 rf 

Cost of Prisoners, 1 a 6 «f- -4 « 6 d 

of the Zulu VVnr, I3i 6« 



— ( o-ts Tsxatioa (House of Commons) BUI, 24 

m 9 </ 

— Count il of India. 18/0/ 

— a *• Count,** '^7 w 8 '• 

■— County Boards Bill, 19 a 9 a 

Court d. 4 n G c— 29 n i\ r 

Limerick Prinon. 28 / 8 rf 



Court of Inquiry. 2o / 8 c 

, of Railway ComniisMuners, 30 a 9 6 

'Jourt-Manial 13 «i 7 d— 14 w 8 6 

Crete, 29 « 6 rf— 30 m 8 o 

— Criminal Code Bill, 4 « 6 «— fi m 7 <— 17 m 
9 f—*i7 m 8 s— 18; 6 i/— 17 ;8e 

'' — Lunatics in County Asylums, 25 a G d 

Cruelty to Children, 2 w 6 t* 

Custom Department, 16 in 6 c 

House, 1 1 i 6 o 



— Cusu.inn Clericsl Service. 20^ 7 a 

8nd Kxcine, 25 a 6 * 

Inland Revenue Bill, 10 m 9 <•— -17 si 9 / 

— 2u /« ;; c— 21 M 9 0—10/8 If— 14 ; 10 a— 17 



J9a 



Re-Organiaation, 18 a 8 tf 
Seivice, 18 i 6 6 



Parliamentary Prooeediagn tccrnHnntd). i 

Cyprus, 8 « 6 rf-9 « 7 c— 16 m € rf— »^ 

6rf— 11 ;6«— 2iy8s 

Ordinances, 177*8 d 

Papers. 1(» i 8 « 

Death of the Prince Imperial, 20/7 /— « 

; 8 c— 24 ida.r &./— 25 j 8 *— 27 >« * 

- Deocsn, 21 w 8 a 

I demonetization of Silrer, IS ? 6 d 

Deprespion of Trade. 21 m 8 c 

Despatches from South Africa, 24>«rf 

Dcitruciion of Zulu Villages, 26i 8 * 

Dinaa Colliery Explosion, 14 i J> * 

DiJuiKreenK'nt at the Cape« 1 a 8 ♦ 

Disaster on the Intombi River, %ittt k 

to the lOtli liussais, 27 ; 7 « 



Discij.line of our Military Sdiools, 20 /if 

•• Disgusting Literature," IS i € ^ 

— Disqualification by Medical B^ief Bill, 1 e- 
8 a— 2H M 6 4 

Distinctive Badges in the Nary. S « • r - 

— • Disturbances in Bombay, 28 « € a 

— Dog Licenses, 4 a 6 '/— 22 « 6 « 
Dogs* Regulation (Ireland) Act 

Bill, 26 a « J-9 w 7/— 28 m 6 • 

— Drainage and Improvement of Lands (lis^ 
land) Provisional Order ConflnnatioB Bill, 4 



6a 



Dunbar Harbour, f 5 j 8 e 
Dungarvan Magistrates, 29 m « • 
Durham Strike, 26 u 8fc 
Duty on Tes, I a 6 6—4 « 6 d 
East India Budget, 28 m 6 • 
— Loan Bill. 4a6 s-26 « S c— «4 «a 9 



27 m9d 

Revenue Accounts, I3y6s— 17j9« 

Ksilway. 21 ; 8 c 



Kaster Recess, 1 a 6 a 

Eastern Mail Contract, V6jSk 

Roumelia, 1 a 7 6 — 4 a 6 c 4 

<r— 29(i 6(f&s— 10«9 k 

Ecclesinstical Land, 81 m IOa 

Salaries in India, 10 j' 8 a 



• • 



H 



J 



— Edinburgh Post OfBoe, IG m 6 4 

Education, i:5 ; 8 o 

in Malta, 4 o 6 rf 

Egypt, 22 fl 6 A— 26 m 6 a— 29 • € s— 14 • 

8 6—24 )Ga 

Egyptian Affairs, 18 a 7a-.2«Sa^lT;8« 

Cabi.iet. <» m 7 a 



Emigration to Australia, 8 a 9 6 

ef (doolies, 28/9 6 



Employers* Liability and QoveniBMiil 

ployes, I a 6 c 

EudowiHl Schools Commisaion (Irriaad> i 

a6rf-27>6 6 

England and France. 28 si 6 if 

European Turkey, lOi' S a 

Examination of Scotch dchoola, St si 6 6 • 

Examinations of Clerks to Soliettort,8 aM 

Ex-Chiefs of Kirwee, IS i 6 i 

Executions, 80 m 18 ^ 

Exemption Licenses, 28 ; 8 s 

-T— - Expenditure on Elementary Scbooia^27/Te 

Explosives Act, 24 ;' 6 c 

Express Letter Service, 27 ^ T 6 

Extra Police Force in I>o«egnl, lt/6i 



une 30, 1S79.J ^XL^iziCa iki>kx to " tuk times - NEwsrArEft. 



Par 




irUAmenteiy PxoceediAgf O^onttnweU), 
p-> J^ctorjr Labour in India, 5 k 8 a 

— Fannera and the Income Tax, 2 m 6 c 

— Feat in the New Courtt of Justice, 20 m 8/ 
^ Fdizatowa Railway and Fior BiU, U > 6 a 
4* FMd OiBotrt, 9 m 6 c 

— Fiji IsUnda, 27 m 8 « 

— Finances of India. 7 m 8 «— 21 ; 6 a 

— Financial Accounts, 4 a 6 ^— 18 j 6 a 

— Fire Brigada, 2i m 8 a 

— Fint Claaa Army Reaerve, 23 m 6 6 

— Fiaherj Lawe, \ij 9 a 

— Flogging in tlia Array, 21 m 8/-18 t 6 t^ 
tf;8* 

— Fleading of Firera, 20 y' 6 /* 
— {Foreign Policj of the QoTomniant, 16ia 6 a 
-17ai8a 

Shaop, 10 « 9 6 

N— Tariffa, 24 M 8 • 

— Flea Trade PoUey, 30 w 8 a 

— French Duty on Mineral Otli. 8 a 9 $ 
-— Qorernaent and the Kh«diva, 21 j 8 e 

Treaty, 10ia9r>27m8« 

»»* Fleie, Sir Bartle, 6 m 7 a 

and the Boert, tOmSf 

Deeiwteh, 28 m 6 « 

Inetroctiona, 6 m 7 o 
•^ Friendly Societies Act Amendment Bill, 23 
a8* 
^ Oateka and Gaika Wars, 9 si 7 <f 

— Gloeeatershire Militia Training Places, 21 j 
le 

<— GoTemment Banking Bill, 26 a 8 c 
^«— and Cyprus, 28 w 6 « 
i* — of India. 21 mS d 
^-^ and the Telegraphs. 20 m 8/ 
•^ Goremor-General of India. &c., 2ijSd 
-^ Gland Jury Law, Ireland, 19 « 9 a— 6in 7 a 

— Grarri in the Parks, 13 m 7 r 
^ Greece, 18 a 7 &— 30 m 8 a-^:28 md d 
*— Greek Frontier, 19 « 9 6—22 a (> t— 7 m 8 e 

' IPapars, 31 m 8/--24 ; 6 s 

— -~ Priests in Cyprus. 18 f 6 a 

•— Gnaranteed Railway Companies in Iodia» 

29<i6c 

**- Gun Lioenee Act Amendment Bill, 19 j 10 a 
^- Guot of the Imkp€ntfencio, 1 a 6 e 
-- Habitual Drunkards Bill, 9 m 7 a**-l« si 8 , 
}k^UmBd 
-« Haddington Burghs, 27 m 8 «f 

— Hampton Coart Park, 24> 6 / 
^ Hares (Ireland) Bill. 31 m 10 a~20 / 8 « 
— ^ Heavy Gnn (^^onunittee, 4 a 6 a 
—lUerring- Fishery in Lock Fyne, 30 a 9 i 
t^ Hiring Fairs (HcotUod), 27 > 3 c 
-« Home Rule, 23 m ft cf 
^ House of Polling (Borough) Bill, 12 > 8 a 
■* — of the House, 2 1 > 3 ^t 
•— Hypothec Abolition (Scotland) Bill, 2 a 3 a 

~23 m 7 r— 18; 6 c^20 ; 7 a 

— Illegal Lotteries. 14 /9 ^ 

— Import Duties in Cypms, 9 la 7 « 

— Importation of Amerie io Cattle, 8 o 9 ft 
•^-^ laporta of Orafai and Flour, 21 ; 6 6 
"— - Inddeneeaf Rating for Sanitary Purposes, 

19a9« 

— Indenture «fX«^as In STata^ 23 « 4 k 



Parliamentary Proceedings (royitinuMf), 

India, China and Australiaa Postages, 2( j 

Indian Budget. 13 « 7 «— 14 w 8 6—24 m t^ •« 

Cotton Datict, 25 a 6 </— 9 m 7 €—10 mi 9 .• 

Despatches. 27 m 8 if 

Famine Commission, 13 m 7 tf 

Finance, 2 m 6 rf~20./ 7 a 

Four-and-a-half Per Cent I^osn, 20 m «/ 

Import Duty on Cotton Goods, 5 a 8 « 

— Lo;tns, y m 7 c — 13^' 6 d 

Mariny Bill. 20 w 9 « 

Indictable Offences Bill. 26 /i 8 A 

Inhabited House Duty and Mechanics In- 



stitute's, 8 sr 8 c 

— Inspection of Coal Mines, 14^90 

— Instructors of Volunteers, 2 o 7 a 

— Intermediate Education in Ireland, 3 a 9 i 

— Intoxicating Drinks. 14 si 8 a 
Liquors (Ireland) Bill, 1 si 7 t 

— Irish Butter. 20 ; 7 a 
Church Temporalities CommlasioReri, 30 



o9& 



Farmers, 2Bj9b 

Grand Jury Bill, 4 a 3 <f— 26 aSh 

Land Act. 3 m 8 c 

Natioaal Teachers, 24 a 3 a 

Police, 13 m 7 if 

Prisons Board. 24 m 8 4—14 ; 9 i 

Salmon Fisheries, 24 / 6 c 

School Teachers, 28 m 6 i 

Tclei^raph Clerks, 13 m 7 </ 

University, 20 m 9 a 

Education, 18 a 8 6—7 m 9 £—23 u 8 ^ 



—27 m 8 rf 

— Irtfn Duke, 18 si 7 « 

— Irref^ulars fn Sf^ulh Africa, 18 / 6 c 

— Island of Lewis, 27 m 8 cf 
of Mataconj;, 1 a c— 8 o 9 i 



8c 



Joint Stock Liimks. 5 u 8 «— 8 a 9 a 

— (Audit of Accounts) (Scotland) Bill, 3 a 



Junes' Remuneration (Ireland), 7 m 
Jury Laws in Ireland, 30 «y 9 5 
Khedive. 20y fi/— 24.; 6 «— 27.; 6 a 
Kiimainham Gaol, Dublin, I a 6 6 
Labour in (^ubA. 13 la 7 J 
in Cyprus, 6 m 7 a 



9e 



— — Land in Ireland, 20 m% a 

-""^ Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Bill, 15 a> 7 a 

Lansdowne, Msrquis of, 4 a 6 & 

Lav of Copyright, 13 > 6 6 

of Distr^iss, 10 IN 9 c— 16 m^d 

of Libel. 26 a 9 « 

Lswson*s, Sir W., Motion, 6 ai 7 3 

— Leij^ Business in Ireland, 13 j 6 6 
Practitioners at Glasgow, \4 m H h 



-> Lotterkemiy Kailway Bill, 29 a C a-.30 t $ 
a- 7 m S a 

— Letters in the I^westoft District, 1 a < A 

from Soldiers in Souih Afri<M, 13^ < v 

-— Licensiag Aot Ameodment Bill, 2 a a «-~ 
18a8 A— 29a8y 

— LisshtinfT. 8 9 & 
by Elcetricit/, 4 a 8 b 



Limeriek (^'Oranenhip, '2ij$4 
— Grasd Jury, 6aSd 



at 



TAJMZn'B IKDKX TO '* TBH TlilES " KJcVSi'AriB. [Aj 111 1 iO 



^rlkunentary ProoeedingB (ronrrHueJ), 

BuocesMion Duty, 29 a 6 (f 

bugar Bountiea, Xd a ft « 

Datits, Urn 8 6 

■ Industries. 2i m 9 « 

8ultAD and the Khedire, 26 a 8 A 

-^- Summarr Jurisdiction Bill, 9 m 7 /— 10 m 

10 6— 13 ■•8 6— Sam 7/ 
— — ^ Conviction, 6 a 8 < 

of Proceedings, m< sveiy daff'tpaptr during 






ParHdfuent 

— Supervision of Slaughterhouses, 16 m 6 c 

-- Supply, 19 a 9 0^22 a tt 6—28 m 7y— 17 j 

of Drink on Credit Bill. 80 m 8 a 



— Supreme c:ourt of Judicature Act Amend- 
roeot Bill, 1 a 8 ^ 

(Officers) Bill, 20> 6 e 



-^> Surplus Silver, 9 m 7 c 
Tariff in Ceylon, 1 a 6 6 

— Taxation iti Ceylon, i a 6 <f 
■ in Egypt, 1 a 6 c 

Tea Office, 20 m 8 /" 

Telegrams to the Cape, 2 a 7 6 

*— - Telegraph to the Cape of Good Hope, 8a 6^ 
— — Department, 27 m 8 d 

Tenant Right (Ireland; Bill, 31 m 8 a 

<-^ Thames Hirer ^Prevention of Floods) Bill, 
tl m8<— 2ii6a 

Traffic Committee, 28 m 6 <tf 

Third Readings, 21 7 8 6 

Torture in India, 80 a 9 6 

Trade with America, 2 a 7 a 

— - Tramways Orders Confirmation Bill,28 j9s 

— Transmission of Circulars, 1 8 a 7 a 
Transport of Cattle, 29 o 6 a 

Service in Natal, 21 m 8 /* 



Transvaal, 17) 8e 
Administration, 14 m 8 6 



— Travelling Inspectors under the Contagious 
Diseases (Animals) Act, 2 m 6 e 
in Italy, 11 ;Ga 



— Treaty with the Ameer of Afghanistan, 24 
JSd 

of Berlin, 16 m 6 if— 25 > 8 6 



— Trichinosis, 80 w 8 «i 

— Tring Poor's Land Bill, 19 o 9 a 

— Troops in South Africa, 23 m 6 a 

— Truck System, 27> 7 6 

— Trustee Acts Consolidation and Amendment 
Bill, £7 i 6 6 

— Turkey, 18 m 7 «— 24 ; 6/ 
and Greece, 4 « 6 6—10 m 9 e 

^ Turkish Anti-SUve Trade Treaty, 27 m 8 « 

Guaranteed Loan, 13^66 

Provinces, 20 m 8 a 



— Ulster Tenant Right, 24 a 6 6 

— • United Kingdom £lectric Telegraph Com- 
pany, 26 a 8 6 

— University Education (Ireland), 14 m 10 6 
—16 m 6y— 22 m 6 a— 26 j 6 a— 27 / 6 a 

— - Unreformed Municipal CorperaUons^ 18/ 6 d 

— Vaoeination, 20> 7 a 

Acu ^Ireland) Amendment BiU, A a 10 6 

— Yalaation of Property Bill, 7 m 8 a 
of Lands (Scotland) Amendment Qlllf 18 



Parliamentofy Prooeedlngs (eomiimitd). 

Vacant Seats, 8 a 9 6—9 mid 

Vandyck*s " Doge of Venice," 2 a 7 « 

— Viceroy of India, 14 m 8 6 
Victoria Legislature, 1 7 ; 8 « 

and New South Wales, 6 a 8 rf 

Villrige Courts of Arhitratwn ift India, 21 

mSf 
— ^ "^ivieection, 9 m 6 e 
Volunteer Corps (Ireland) Bill, 8 m 6 e 

Wantage Tramway, 27 ; 6 c 

— War Expenees in South Africft, 26 > 8 c 
Warrants, 24 m 8 « 

Ways and Means, 6 m 7 6 

Weavers Tower at Newcastle, 18 j 6 6 

Weights and Measures, 2 w 6 c 

WeUingtcn College, 2 a 7 A— 28 m 6 ^ 

West Africa. 13> 8 a 

Donegal RnUway BUI, 3 ■• 8 6—28 si 6 a 

India Relief Commission (Loans), 9 si 7 / 

Westminster Improvement Com mi s s io n , 2S 

»66 

Whitsuntide Recess, 18 m 7/— 16 m 6 a 

Widows of Soldiers, 4 a 6 if 

— Wilson, Rivers. 22 a 6 a— 26 a 6 if 
' Wine Duties, 4 « 8 6 

Wolseley. Sir Garnet, 28 m 6 a 

Instructions, 11 > 6 c— 13 f 6 d 



— Workmen's Compensation Bill, 13 m 7 er- 
26>8a 

— Yerk Cathedral, 9 m 7 e 

— Young Officers, 6 m 7 a 

— Zulu Armaments, 26 a 8 a 

— Campaign, 2 a 7 6 
War. 1 a 6 6 4 if— 8 a 9 «— 23 mS atod 



—80 a 9 6—3 m 8 a & cf- 6 m 7 6—7 m 8 e--l8 
m 7 a & «— 14 m 8 c— 16 m 6 d— 23 m 6/»-24 
M 8 s— 27 m 8 s— 28 m 6 e it, «— 11 j 6 6— 18> 
6 «f— 20 j 7 6—27 ;■ 7 a A 6 

Division, 2 a 8 6 

Sir G. Wolseley, 27 ■• 8 a 



a— 27 / 6 6 
74 



PAELIAMENTABY 8PSEGHES:— 

*4^* When the Speech of a Member is reqnirfd 
OD any particular debate, by referring to the 
§uhj€ct under Pa.rlia.kskta.rt Psocbkdikos, it 
can be seen at once by the reference answerinl 
to than affixed to the Speaker's name. 
Correcuons. 8 a 8 c -5 a 9 •— 3 m 10 a—l 

m 9 c— 16 M 7 c— 22 m 7 6—12/ 8 rf— 19 / 10 6 

Aberdare. Lord, 24 m 8 c 

Acland, Sir T,, 10 m 9 /* 

Airiie, Earl of, 30 a 8 e 

Alexander, CoL, 1 a 7 ^—8 a9 d 

Argyll. Duke of, 17 « 8 o— 21 m 8 6 & </ 

— <— Assheton, — , 12/86 

Attorney-General, 4 a 7 tf— 26 a 9 d 6 « S 

a.8 M 6 e 
of Ireland, 26 a 8 «— 10 m 9 /— 16 si 7 1 

—26 J 6 c 

Balfour, Sir G., 1 « 7 c— 29 m 8 a— 13; 7/ 

Barttlelot, Sir W., 26> 6/ 

Bateroan, Lord, 80 a 8 a 

Baxter, — . 26 a 6 /•- 14 j9d 

BeacoDsfield, Earl of , 30 a 8 «— 6 si 6 s— 16 

in 6 6—17 m 8 /*— 21 m 8 4—17 > 8 «— 21 J 84 

Beauchamp, Earl, 9 m 7 6—24 w 8 6 

Iklmore, liarl of. 21 m S a 



Jnnt tOf 1879.] TAhUMm,*M lUnmx to ^* trb tihu " NcwtriTi 



Far 



Jkfttimeiitaxy SpeaehM (coatinKc^ 
— ^ Birtoj, — , 'i8 M 7 « 

BIcfUMriuuMK, — , 10 m 9 c 

Bourke, ^. 284i 9 »— VO m 9 «— 91 / 9 4 

Bowyer, Sir O., iajj 

BrigRt, — , 6 a 9 « 

Bright, — , a iw 9 rf— 18 J 6 #—97 ; 9/ 

■ Jacob, 25 « 7 d 
— — Brown, A., 19 a 9 I 
— — Balwer, — ,Sm9d 
Burt, — , 80 a 9 6 

Bury, Viicount, 28 a 8 ^—29 m 6 b— 90 m 8 

i-.27M8r-.l7 ; 8e 

Cadogmi, Earl 28 a 8 ci— 28 m 8 ft 

CambriHg<>, Duke of. 20 m 8 e— 24 j 8 a 

Cameron, Dr., 28 a 9 <i 

Cnoipbeli. Sir O.. 22 m G a— 24 m 9 a 

Camperdowo, Bari cif, 24 in 8 e 

Canterbury, Abp. of , 8 m 8 /'— 18 m 8 a 

Cardwell, Viscount, 20 m 8 if 

— ^ Carliale, Bp. of, 18 »i 8 c 

Camarron, Earl of, 10 m 9 a— 28 m 8 a 4 t 

— 97i6«— 28>8a 
Cartwright, — , 18 a 7 6 

— Chamberlain, •>, 12 ;' A a 

— - Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1 a 8 if— 4 a 

8 «<-18 a 7 e— 22 a Bf-^^S a 9 r— 9 m 9 y— 8 
m 7 c~10 m 10 a— 14 m 9 <— 17 M 10 a— 20 m 

9 c— 22 m 6/— 11 ;8 c 

— Chaplin, — , 1 a 8 a 

Childert, —, 4 a 7 ir — 29 a 8 ft 

Cochrane, Bailtie, )4>9 ft 

Colcheater, Lord, SO m 8 a 

Toartney, — , 1 o 8 tf— 28 a 9 6—10 m 10 a 

—14 IN 8 « 

— Cowen, — , 80 ff 9 e 

— Cranbrook, Viieount. 6 a 8 c— 7 m 8 c— 20 
«8</— 17; 8 if— 20; 6 c 

Crosa, — , 28 a 8 c— 80 a 9 tf— 27 m 9 c— 28 

J. R., 18i8e 

Delahunty, — , 19 J 10 m 

l)e la Warr, BarL 29 a 8 a 

Derby Earl oUSmGt 

Dilke, Sir C, 18 a 7 c— 12 J 8 ft-21 ; 8 « 

DUIwyn, — , 14 m 8 c 

Dodda, — , 21 M 9 a 

Dodfon, — , 26 a 7 c— 26 a 8 if 

Duff, Grant. 24 m 9 ft 

Dnnraven, Earl of, 80 a 8 if 

Elcho, Lord, 28 m 6 « 

Elphinstone, Lord, 4 a 8 ft 

— ^ Enflcdd, Vifoount, 18 m 7 a 

Fawcett, — , 14 m 9 c— 28 m 7 c 

Pitrmaurice. Lord K.. 18 a 7 e— 22 m 6 ft 

yonter, W. E., 11 ; 8/*— 28/6/" 

Galloway, Earl of, 27 m 8 a 

Gladitone, — , 2 a 7 if— 4 a 7 c— 18 a 7 if — 

98 « 9 ft— 29 a 7 6-8 m 9 a-^e m 7 ft— 14 m 8 
o— Mm 7 r— 98 m 8 A-18i 7 a— 21 j 9 a 

Goldney, — , 91 ; 9 a 

Qoldamid. Sir J., 18 a 7 o— 26 a 8 c 

Gordon, Sir, A.. 2 m 6/ 

Gont, — , 1 a 7 • 

— Qoechen, -, 99 a 8 c— 18 i 7 c 

QranTiUe, Earl, 80 a 9 a— 8 m 8 a— 18 m 7 

ft— 17 m 9 c— 24 m 8 a— 21 > 8 ft— 2S> 6c 



Parlimmentuy Speeohaa {continued), 

Grantham, — , 26 a 8 ft 

Hamilton, Lord G., 2 a 7 /-*24 m 9 c— 11 / 

7ft 
— > Hampton, Lord, 17 i 8 a 
Harcourt, Sir W., 1 a 7 •—8 a 7 «— 18 a 7/" 

—98 a 8 4—2 m 8 <— 18 j 6 /-SO j7t 

Hardcaatle, — , 6 a 9 a 

HardiDge, Viicount, 20 m 8 ft 

Harman, King, 28 ; 9 ft 

Uartington, Marquis of, 1 a 8 ft — 14 m 10 • 

Harelock, Sir H., 8 a 9 c— 9 m 6 « 

Hermon, — , 29 a 7/ 

— Hertchell, — , 7 m 8 a 
Hibbert, -, 6 <i 9 a 

Hicks-Beach, Sir M., 28 m 7 a— 18 j 6 e 

Holt, — , 26 ; 6 c 

— -^ Houghton, Lord, 7 m 8 ft 

Hubbard, — , 26 a 7 c— ISj 6/ 

laaac, —, 23 a 8 if 

Jamea, Sir H., 26 a 8 <f— 6 m 7 « 

Jenkins, E., 8 a 9 if— 14 m 9 < 

Kavanagh. —,Sm\i ft— 22 m 6 c 

— Kenealy, Dr., 26 rr 7 c 

Rimberley Earl of. 17 m 9 ft 

KnatchbuU-Hagessen, — , 17 m 10 a 

Laing, — , 25 o 8 c— 28 m 7 « 

Lansdowne, Marquis of, 20 m 8 d 

Law, — , 4 a 7 r— 8 m 9 c 

Lawson, Sir W., 17 m 10 ft— 20 m 9 ^ 

Leatham, — , 26j6d 

Leferre, Shaw, 18 a 7/— 8 m 8 s 

Lifford, Vincount, 21 m 8 a 

Lloyd, Sampson, 28 m 7/ 

— London, Bp. of , 7 m 8 r 

Lord Chancellor, 21 m 8 ft— 24 mBd 

Lowe, — , 28 a 9 c— 6 m 7 if— 22 ai 7 a— 24 

m 9 c 

Lowther, — , 8 m 9 c 

Lubbock, Sir J , 25 tf 8 a 

Macartney, — , 26 ; 6 ft 

Mac Iver. — , 6 a 9 ft— 20 m9 d 

' Manners, Lord J., 18 a 8 u 

Marten, — , 14 m 9 d 

M*Carthy, — , 16 m 7 ft 

Justin, 3 m 9 ft 

• — If 'Laren, — , 22 m 6 if 

Meldon, — , 1 m 7 c 

MiUs, Arthur, 1 « 7 if 

Monk,—, 18a 7/" 

Montague. Lord K., 14 m 9 ft 

Moore, A., 28 j 8 / 

Moran, O., 26 a 8 if 

Morgan, O., 22 m 6 e 

Morley. Earl of, 30 a 8 «— 28> 8 e 

Muiidella, — , 8 a 8 a— 29 a 8 a 

Mure, Col., 8 a 9/ 

— ■" Newdegate, — , 14 m 9 cf— 20 m 9 c— 27j 8/ 
Northbrook, Earl of. 20 j 6 a 

- Norton, Lord, 25 a 6 a 

O'Conor Dun, The, 16 m 6/— 22 m 6 a 

O^Donnell, — , 1 a 8 a 

Onslow, — , 6 a 9 c— 24 m 9 a 

Otway, — , 20> 7 c 

Parker. — . 2 a 7 c 

Peel, Sir R., 1 m 7 a—i m 8 e— 14 m 10 ft— 

20>7c 



Par 



PALMKk'S IMDKX to *' TKB TIllKjS " NKWtfPAPKft. 



[AprU I U 



Akrliamentary Speeches {conliHoed). 

Peel, A., Uy 9 « 

Pell. — , 29 a 8 a 

PUyfair, Dr.. 26 > 6 c 

Plunket, — , 2 Of 7 <r— 3 m 9 o— 22 m 6 « 

Power, O'Connor, 1 a 7 « 

iUthbone. — , 29 a 7/-13; Te 

Read, — , 10 w 9 r 

Richard. — , 26 « 7 d— 2e / Be 

Richmond and Gordon, Duke of, 29 a 6 a — 

18 nt 7 a 
Ridley, Sir M., 1 2 ; 8 c 

Ripou, Marquit of . 6 m 6 d-^70j 6 d 

Ritchie, —, 23 a 8 *— 28 a 9 «— 26 a 7 c 

Rutland, Duke of, 30 a 8 d— 21 m 8 c 

Rjlands, —, 26 CT 6 « 

8alifiburjr, Marqui* of . 6 m 6 a — 10 m 9 a — 

17 w9r-20;6«— 28/8* 

Samuda, — , 23 a 9 a 

Sanuon. Lord, 1 a 7 o— 14 jd f 

Sclater- Booth, Geo., 26 a 7 /— 17 m 10 e— 

U>9'* 
Selwln-Ibbetson, Sir H., 26 o 9 6—29 ««/ 

bhafteaburj, Karl of, 5 a 8 «i— 9 m 7 a— 24 

mSc 

Shaw, — , 15 m 7 CI 

Shute. Gen., 2 a 7 « 

Sidebottcm, ■—, 5 a 8 /* 

Smith, W. H., 26 o 7 o 

Smollett, — , 13 ; 7 c 

Solicitor-General, « m 7/ 

Stanhope, E., 6 a 9 c— 23 m 6 «— 24 m 8/— 

13i8a--187 7 6 
Stanley, Col.. 8 a 10 a— 27 m 8 /•— 11 ; 6 6 

— 17> 9 a— 20 ;.7 6 ' 

of Alderley, Lord, 28 m 6 6 

Strathedon and Campball, Lord, 29 a 6 6— 

20 m 8 a 

Sudelej, Lord, 4 a 6 a 

Sullivan, — , 1 m 7 6—13; 6 e 

Synan. — , 2616 a 

Tennant, —, 14 j 9 « 

Thurlow, Lord, 6 m 6 k 

Torrens, M'C, 8 hi 6 c 

Truro, Lord, 20 »w 8 6—24 j6 a 

Walter, —,2 a 7 € 

Williams, B., 10 mdd 

- York, Abp.of, 17>86 

Yorkt. R.. 2o7 6-lli«« 

Pacific Steam Navigation Company, 80 a 12 d 
Parkes Mutenm of Hygiene, 7 J 11/ 
Parry (Francie) Travelling in China, 7766 
Partnershipi Dissolved, ms every Wedrnttdaj^i and 

Saturday t paper 
Patent Museum. Old Engine at, 24 m 9/ 

Re-Organifttion of, 10/6/ 

PatenU Bill, 29 m 10 e 

PAtriotio Fuad, 4 « 10 «-^7 a 10 a— II a 4/— 24 

a 6 s — 16 m 11 6 
Pattle (Lt. Gen.) on the 16th Lancers, 18 a 10 / 
Patipers. Treatment of Dying, 11 « 9 6 
Pauperism. North of the Tweed, 12 a 8 a 

Official Return, 19 m 12 c 

Pawnbrokers, Law as to, 9 m 9 / 
Paying Twice Over, Note on, 19.; 18 6 
''eiee Society, Annual Meeting, 24 in 6 tf 

— (A. J.) Cycle of the Seasons, 19 m 13 tf 



Pearson (a H.^ on the ConstitatiMial Diftool^ 

in Victoria. 16 a 1 1 d^\7 a 4 a 

on Scie.itiflc Prediotions, 80 « 7 / 

Peck (^FfMcis; on Schoel Board £zpeiiditaze»l4 

>I4 6 
(H. W.)ontheKc3lesiast4calComm i s s i o a«s, 

10; 7 d 

on the Income Tax, 6 m If c 

Peel (L.) on Trees Plaating in ItegUnd, 18 j 7 « 

Trees Planting? in India, 6 ; 8 6 

(Sir R.) on the Prince uf Wales*s Assectios 

about bim. 22 a 9 f 
Pembroke (^Lord> on Sir Bartle Frere's Fdkj, 

10 u 10 s— 14 « 4 f 
Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Cx»h 

pany. 31 in 8 6—5 y 7 a— 13 » 1 1 a— 21 > 11/ 
PeopUV Concert Society, Membars Meeting, 24; 

•* People's " Tribute to the Premier, II « 96— » 

j 12 a 
Percival (J.) on tka University in the North, 24 

m 6 e 
Performing Bears, Danger of Leading about, 20 

m 10 a 
Perry (E.) on Lord Lawrence, 30y 11/ 
(G. R.) Seizure for Contraband at Cadis. 13 

Persia and Afghanisun. 24 a 6 s 

Diplomatic News, 13 m \Q d 

Peruvian Bondholders^ Meeting of , 7 m 7 « 

Guano, 22 a 7 d 

Peterlwrough Palace, Memorial Window to Bp. 

Msgee, 16; 13/ 
Petroleum Spring in Pecbelbroun, 15 a 6 a 
Petrou«0«vitch (Col.) Explorations in the Ama- 

Daria. Holla 
Pharmaceutical Society. Annual DiuBer, 21 si iia 

Annual Conversazione, 22 m 5 d 

Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Gomps*y, 

Phillips (J. Scott) Waggon Driving in Soalh 

Africa, 9 m 1 1 e 
Phillpotts (Canon) on the Diocese of Traro, 6 a 

10 6 
Phipps (B. W.) the Canadian ImbrogUo, € «6 * 
Phylloxera in Malaga, 6 i 5 c 

in Vines, Cure for. 16 m c 

Note about, 26 mi u « 

PhysicUns (R. C.) Award of the Baly Medal, 10 

m% r 

Boyal College of New President. 8 a 12 o 

I'ig't Typhus Fever among. 17 m iO c 
Pinnigar (J. C.) on Bradfield Union, 87 si 7 / 
Piracy in India, 20 m 12 <r 

China, 21 m 7 <f 

Plague in Russia, ms Russia 

Planets, Close Approach of Two, 30> 9 a 

Plevna by M o ilight, 21 a 5 d 

PtimsoU (— ) Health of , go m 6 6—5 ; 9 s 

Ploughing by Electricity, Note on, 9> 10 6 

Plumptra (Charles J.) on Speaking, 17 a 66-Jl 

a 12 6 
Pneumatic Excavator, 11 a 4 6 

Tubes in Paris, 21 a 8 6 

Poaching, Murderous Assault on a Gamtkwi*^ 

in Partington Park^ 8A a 11/ 
Police AppointBcnts, 3 a 13 a— 10 a 11/ 



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Pol 



Adanu, J«met, lor Attaalt, 4 a 12 e . 

■ for DruokennMs, \^ m 11 f 

Jokn, for BuiigrlarT, 26 a 11 ^ 

Samuel, for Man>Uuflrbter, 10 m 18/ 

AddkootU L. J., for A%Mult, 16 m 11 « 

for Neglecting Children, 29 « 11 /--6 j 



I 



11 d^nj 14 6— 19y 13 e-26.; 12 ^ 

— Addiaon, Adam, and another, for Man- 
alanfhter, t a 12 4-^9 a 12 a— 16 a 12 6 

-— Allen. Clement, for Embeszlement, 6 a 14 a 
Robt^ for Perjury, 21 a 14 6 

— Alton, J., for Unlawful Detention, 6 m 14 6 
«- Andrews, Joseph, for Aseault, 2 m 11 e 
W. A^ for i!>Ubbtng. 21 m 12./ 

— Angell, J. F., and another, for Betting, 29 
M He 

— Anwen, Capt., for Shipping Act Offence, 8 
4t 12a 

— Application to Destroy a Cargo of Rice Meal 
a4Ltverpool,8a7/~lUa6/->U a44-*28a 
8< 

— Armitage,Jas.,and another, for Bankruptcy 
Act Offence, 7 a VI a 

Arnold and Parkes, for Railway Robberies, 



23 M 97--30 m 6 6 

Atkins. Jonathan, for Attempting to Smug- 
gle. llil2o 

Auerbaeh, Frank, for Forgeiy, 17 ; 14 a 

— Avata, Joseph, for Manslaughter, 6 w 11 / 
Ay ton, W. J., for SteaUng. U ; 12 a 

bacon, J ., for Contagions Diseases ( Animals) 

Act Offence, 29 a 12 c 
Bailey, James, and another, for Stealing, 9 

113/ 
Baker, Alfred, and another, for Stealing, 1 

Mil /* 

Bambridge. Robert, for Attempted Wife 

Murder, 10 a 6 e 

Bardsley, Elijiih. for Stealing, 1 m 5/ 

Barker, U. C, for Perjury, 16 / 14 a— 24 j 

12 a 

Barnard. Thos., for Fraud 13 m 11 s 

Barnes. James, for Rubbery with Violence, 

24i 12 a 
' John, and another, for Burglary, 1 1 o 11 « 
T. C, for Manslaughter, 27 m 14 c— 3 j 

12 a— 10> 18 s 
•*- Bamett. Montague, for Fraud, 22 a 11 e — 

em 11 «— 10; 13s— 17 i 14 a 

Wm., for Rmbezzlement. 19 m 13/ 

Ban-att, John, for Refusing to Proceed to 

909/* 
— Barrett, Chas., and others, for Drunkenness, 
Ac, 12 rUa 

for Assault. 13 i 12 k 



— Barson and Coleman, for Attempted Murder, 
14^11/ 

•*^ Barton and Greer, for Wanton Mischief, 
80a 12/* 

— Batson, Walter, for Fraud. 9 ; 13 / 

■^ Baum, John, and another, for Fraud, 16 u 

IS* 

— Bean, — , for Stealing. 7j 18 / 

-*«- Beaomont, Montmorency, for Furious Drir- 
ing, 17 a 12 a 
--* Bnll, J., for Embeiztemeut, 24 m 9 c^ 



Police continued^. 

— Belt. W. J., for Assault. 6 m II /* 

Benham. R. K., fur Fraud. 18 j 12 a 

Benaet, £dw., for Stealing. 16 a 12 6 

Qeo., and another, for Stealing, Ac., 14 

a 10 a 

Berry, Henry, for Assault, 13 / 12 « 

BoTington. Frank, for SteaUng. 20 m 14 6^ 

Biggs, Johr. for Murder, 23 j 12 d 

Binder, Chas., and others, for MaasUughter, 

2 a 12 a 

Birch. Wm.. for Stealing, 18i 12 « 

Birth, Case of False Registration of a, 19 cr 

18 A 

BlackwelL Ssmuel. for Stealing, 18 m II f 

Board of Trsd », Secretary of, for Non-pay- 
ment of Wages. 4 a 1 2 c 

of Works Act, Persons Summoned Under^ 



31 m\H d 

— Bocket, Arthur, and Mary Sweeney, for 
Picking Pockets. 23 a 12 < 

— Boddy, Wm., and another, for Felony, 29 m 
Us 

— Bowman. Geo., for Betting. SO m 11 d 
Jessie, for Attempted Suici<!e. 30 m 11 s 



— Boyce, James, for Debtors Act Offence, 8 
a 6 < 

— Bradbury, Abraham, for Assault. 8 a 12 « 

— Brndley, Ann, fur Silling Spirits Without 
a License. 10 m 7/ 

(Uenieniine. for Thrests, 80 J 14 6 



1 



BrHKg. Wm.. for Fraud, 27 / 12 A 

Brewin, Father and Son, for Stealing, 24 m 

\0d 

Brider end Runnell, for Conspiracy, 9 J 8 « 

Bridpr. A. L.. for Assault, 27 w 14 r 

Brophy, Richard, for Indecent Assault, 8 a 

14 & 

Brown, Thus., for Inciting to Rob, 29 a 12 e 

Wm., for Stealing. 16 ; 14 A 

Bryant, Richard, and another, for Excise 

Offence. 6; 12 6 

Buchan. Jns. Henrjr, for Mur'er. 29 m 10 r 

Burc'hell, H. VV.. aiidHnothirr, for Unlawful 

PosseMsion, J 3 m 11 f 

Burder. W. H.. for Kmlieczlement, 36 m 13 

«_2t 14 A— 8 i 12rt— 6 ; 11 r 

Burdett, t h^s., fur Unlawful Possession, 12 

iM 14 a 

Burke, Michael, and nnother, for Asfanlt, 

12 m 14 a 

Burnett, MuntaKu. for Fraud. 30/14 « 

Burrell, W. J., for Stealing. 1 7 ; 14 a 

— — Burriige. Wn«., for Adulterntiun. 16 m 12 a 
Burton, Alfrtid, for b^aud, 23 ; 13 e— :10 y 

14 A 
Butcher. T. H.. fur Stealing, 18 a 12 ri--24 

a 12 A 

- — Bute. Wm,. for Bi.^amy. 15 »i \\ f 

Butterfield. Jss., for SteAlin}^. 16 j 14 a 

— — Cane, Dm i I, for Arnault, 20 J 12 a 

Garden, Jauies, and another, tor Fraud, 9 j 

18/— 16; 14 b 

Care. Daniel, for Stealing, 13 ; 12 a 

Carrigan, Richard, fur Stabbing, 23 m 11 f 

Carter, Joseph, for Attempted Suicide, 4 a 

lib 

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t^/LtMieK*3 IKU«X TO •' THE tniKS '* NBWSPAPKR. [ Apr3 1 <• 



Police (rontivv€*l), • 

ruiiebrook. Robt., fnr Stealinjf, 28 a 14 5 

' CjiTill. VVrn., for Felony, 7 a 12 a 

ChantberUin, — , for Stealing, 14 m 12 d — 

17 m 10 f 
Chaney, Samuel, for Assault and Itobberjr, 

\iih f 
Charles, Court, and Storey, for Btttlng, 18 

j 10/ 

rhevrot. Albert, for SteaMng, 8 <» 12 a 

Child, Aliied, for Steahnj^, 15 m 11 rf— 6 j 

11 c 

(1a'>hain Thos., for Fraud, 10 /» 14 6 

Clark, Caiherine. for Assault, 28 a 14 A 

■ Uenry. and wnoihwr, for Burglary. 9 ci 12 a 

- — ■ — Jas., and another, for Burglary, 24 m 13 t 
-~ — CUrke, .1. J.. f<»r Hiding on the Footboard 

of a Railway Carriage. 30 m II / 
Cl»»ftry, Michael, and another, for Assault, 

5 d 14 6 

CUenwnia, Edw., for Stealing, 10 a 10 d 

- — «^l.;rKyman. for AsKtstance, 8 a 12 a 

Clifford, Thos., for Unlawful Poatestion, 31 

m 13// 
Clifton, Francis, for Forgery, 29 « 11 «— 4; 

11 « 

Cohon, LftJ^is, for Frsud, 8 »w 1 1 / 

Cole, John, for Wilful Damage, 80 ; 14 a 

Coleman, Emily, for Fraud, 10 « 12 c 

John, and an«>iber. for Stealing, 2A ; 14 fc 

^ Cdllett. EMily. for Threatening to C<Nnmtt 

SuLd>. 3 a 12 (1 
Coslins. James, for Not Maintaining his 

Wifrt and Children. 8 a 12 A 

John, for SHuitary Act Offence, 22iii U d 

Cohnan, Ellen, for Attempted Suicide, 8 j 

12/) 
^ - Cunnoll, Richard, for Crjelty tea Horse, 28 

J Ma 

— Connemara Rioters, 19 r: 6 «— 21 a 8 «f 
Connor, Wni., for Bankruptcy Act Offenee, 

i?a / 1 8 r 

• Cook. Geo., for Enihexzlcmenf, 14 m U\f 

— — .»>ine. for Meiropoliian Board of Works 

Act Offence. ** m \i « 

Cooper. Ellen, for nrunkonnc?»s, 28 ci 14 a 

John, for Not hHving a License, 23 a 13/* 

W. (».. for Enibezzk'mcnt, 17 a 12 a 

CottiMcll, Jaraes. for I\obbery, 30 a 12 rf 



Cotton, J. R.. for FrHud. 18 « .2 a 

C'oulson, a Farmer, for Furious Driving, 5 

fn 8/ 
and Two other Boys, for Attempting to 

Upnei a Train, 8 m 7 f~\2 .« 6 / 
Counsell, Wm., tor Embezzlement, 27 j 6 a 

—28 ; 12 a 

Cox. T. ri.. for Stealing. 3 m 13/ 

Craddock. Rdw.. fur Embezzlement, 8 m 11 

«~13m 11 /— 20 m 14 A— 21 m 14 a 
Craig, Thus., for Assault, 19 m 18 «— 2f5 m 

13-^ 
— — Crane, Arthur, for Embezzlement, 28 18 

r- *^i a i2b 

James, for Felony, 2 / 14 fc 

Craney, Geo., and another, for Burglary, 

27 / 12 b 
Cutting, Henry, for Fraud, 28 a 14 a' 



Police (ronttnuedX 

Cro«s, C. W.. and Tho«. Hiuln, fixtakm- 

element and Highway Robbery, 4a 5/-4«T4 

Cummings Wm., for BiUingsgmte Maihtc 

Act Offence. 8 m 13 € -17 si 13/ 

Dale, M. A., fAr Annoyance. $ « 12« 

Oahrey, Jos., for Obstmctum, 20> !*♦ 

Daniels. C. E., for Stealing, 24 j 12 m 

Rliz.. for Attempted Suicide. lOy IS* 

Darby. G. T., for Wilful Damage. 3 i II • 

Darwin. John, for AssbqK, Ac. 13 ■ 10/ 

Davis, Emanuel, and utfaere, for Pwjwyi W 

j 14 o— 21 j 14 a 
Fred., for Act to Amend the Lae ^ 

Copyright Offence. 14 m 13 « 

been. J. M.. for Fraod, 9 m 11 «~15«ilU 

Deeker, Gilbert, for Kailwey Offence, 3 ■ 

18/ 

"Donney, Margaret, for Wounding. 81 si 11 f 

— — Deuce, Joe. for Murder. 8> » /— 4 1 5/ 
Dharty, John, for Storing AmmuuisioB, » 

a7s 

Dick, Qeo^ for Aseault. S2 a 4 e 

Dilley, Jas., and another, for M aider. 17 • 

14i^— 4; 11 #--12/14 o^ll^i 13 c 
Disclaimer, 9 m 11 /" 

Dixie, Elia, for Neglectinf her Iflfaet, If 

>l8s 

- Dobson, Antbony, for Plaoipg' G««pee*' 
under a Jwlge's Chair to KHt hiMi^ 22 si 10 < 

Dog Licences, Persona fbr not iMTiagr^' 

18/ 

Dolan, Patrick, for Murder, 8 ; » f 

Dolby, Henry, for Neylecting his'Wifssaii 

Child. 22 a 1 1 c 
Downie, R. F. R., f or e PnteeCioa Ordv 

on her Property, 23 ; 18 « 

Duck, Geo., for Menslanghter, Wj ISe 

Duggan. John, for Offending tbe TlfBtf 

Act of 1751, 24o6c 
Dumaresq, Chm^ oHjs John Qnlifotd»lis 

Forgery, 26 ; 12 a 

Dyson, Wm., for Poisoning a Dor, 28 si 9f 

Early, Emma, for Frmud, I&m 11 d— 2le 

n c 

Edwards, Chas.. for Assault, 10* 12^ 

Eli, A. J., for Fraud. 28 m 12 a 

Erle-Orax. — , an M. P.. for Not BapfOl^' 

ing his Illegitimate Child, 10 a 12 e^lTel^ 

6— 1 wj 11 / 

Euyrcs, W. H., for Perjury, 19 a 14 ^ft 

a 14 b 

P>ans, M. A., for Stesling, 16 a IS e 

Emma, for Arson, 26 j >2 a 

Fairley, — , for Lunacy— Sed Case, Tj W/ 



—lay 12 6 

— Falckman, Chab., and otheae, lor SuaoggGsi^ 
I6o 12r 

— Faure^. and another, fbr Czsielty to a fv^ 
f o^'ming Bear, 1 6 m 5 / 

— Fe^an and Donnelly, for Murder, 28-4^ ^ 

— Feun, Thoe.. and others for CoMi|»ifai^. 3 
a ISri-lOd ]2a-24a 12 4— 3ml3e-8e 
11 e— 15 m 11 </ 

— Fifteen SeMnen, for Insukoeikuitiflak J4 j 

11 / 

— Flack, Luke, fbr Fumoue Drivinf, 14^ U 



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Pol 



ToUce (coutinued). 

— -^ >lv« Foaoben, for Murdering a Game- 
keeper. Hm\2d 

— FUilober^ F.. lor Felony, 7 ; 18 /— U J 13 t 

Fuskett. Edwin, for Fraud, 22 w 11 « 

iP^oletone, J. F. H., and another, for Steal- 

iOf, 12 m 14 n-^]^ m ld/-2G m 13 e—\6j U 
i— 21 .; U 6—23.; 13 •—27.; 12 A— 28 ; 14 a 

FoanUun, AUred, and otliera^ ior Betting. 

80m ild 

Fowkesaod Percj, for Intimidation* 19 » 12 & 

«-^ FMtteiicka, Artl&ujT, and another, for Steal- 
ing. 5 m \i U 
•^-r^J^MMtoae. — , lor Aesanlt« 19 « IS/ 

Furneaii, C. H., for Fraud, 22 a 11 « 

»^— OmW«b, Uw.« A9d Aootlppr, for Dritnken- 
-Oeti. 4| U a 

' OfuaforO, Mxa, lof Foifery. 21 > 14 a 

Oarogw, SamueU and another, fior Stealing, 

Ac., 16 a 12 « 
'-^^ QtCTMdMid Lyo^ for Gambling. 16 a 12 c 

Garrett, Samnftl, for A«#ault, ^ ; 11 c 

-*^ Oarmd, Geo., lor Bignmy, 12 m 14 a 

•^f- Owpoa, Wdl, for Embezzlement, 16 a 1% b 

~* Gaatftnage, C'apt., for Docking his Vessel 

with Gunpowder on Boanl, 22 a 5/ 
~ Gay, Geo., for Laroeny. 7 m 18 € 
*-^ Gear, JeremiAh. for Not lending fals Son to 

Scbuol, 31 m liic 
~-a Gtsatleoiaa, for a Summons against a 
Guard for Endimgeriog his Life. 29 m i i e 

George. Juhn. for Assault, 15 m 11 « 

-■ ■ • Wpi., for Not liaring a License, 4 a 13 r 

German Extradition Treaty— ('ai^e. 80 > 14 6 

Gibbons. Wm., for Assault, 22 « 1 1 e 

QilUng;, J. G., fur fimbezzlemeut, 7 / 18/— 

14; 13 a 
^~* Gladwin, Albert, with several alioiu, for 

Fraud. 22 m 1 1 c 
-*-^ Glorer. Eilward, for Fraud. 18 a 12 a 

Gold, W. H., fur Ewiii€Z2leiiwnt. 23 j 13 c 

Goldspink. Wm., for Kobbery, U ; 13/ 

Goude. Charlotte, for Stealing. 30 ; 14 6 

— ~ Goodwin, John, and another, fur Adultera- 
tion, 21 J 14 a 

■ Wii»., for Arson, 18 ; 9 a 

Gourlay, Wm.. for Embe«zlem«nt« ^ ;' 12 a 

'-— Goremeat, Application for a Ssmmons 
against for AaaauU. 31 m 13 ^ 

Gray, Geo., for UnUwf ul Poas^asi^a, 5 f 18y 

~— Bdw., for Fraud. 1 6 ; 14 a 

GreaTAS, Wjn., fox CuUing and Wounding, 

17 a 12 (r 
— • Graeiiaway, T. Q., fojr F^Ionv, 21 m \i a 

— GnMM»e» J. and T. AI., lor /ai-ifying Oerti- 
ficatea, 6 ; 6 / 

'— - ttaokni^, due., /or Firing a Toy Pistol on 

Ranisirate Sands. 13 /. 5 e 
iiUitfajK Itocing Company^ lor Non-Iiegis- 

tration, 16 ; 13 c 
> — *> flal^ Mimraod another, for Wilful Dam* 

ftge, 24; 12 a 
lUnrf , ior JXieg^y Ececttng a S;team 

Eqgiae. 22 « 1 1 </ 
— — W«u, li# AuMaiiH, 1 1 il2a 
^— Hailaia, iiiMai\» for Compliment of Birth, 



Police (lofitinued). 

Ilamiuoiid. O. T., for Assault, 14 a 10 o 

^ — John, for Cutting and Wounding, IH -* 

11/ 
Hancock, Matthew, for Betting, 2 a 10 n 

Hands, D. «nd W., for Perjury, 2(> a 9/ 

llannay, Wm., to Recover Possession of a 

House, 14'tt 10 a 

Hardy, Chas., for Manslaughter, 27^ 12 6 

— ^— EUw., for Assault, 18/ 12 a 

Harris, Clara, for Stealing:, 18 a 12 a 

— — Uayea, Henry, for Burginry, 27 wi 14 c 

Jas.. for Murder. 24; 5 € -^26 ; 12 rf 

Haynea, Geo., for Assault, 5 m H b 

Henry, for Assault, T w 13 e— 14 m 13 /^ 



Biealey, Alfred, for Cutting and Wounding, 

9 a 12 a 

Hebner, John, for Adiriteration, 98 ; 14 a 

Hempsted, Wm., for Cattle Diseaaa Act 

Offence, 22 a 7 ft 
^— Henderson, Wm. for Stealing, 19 m 12 a 

Henry, T. F., for Fraud, 23 m 11 r 

Tbos., for Fraud, 4; U /* 

Heron, Alice, for JJuUwful Poaseasion, 27 

m 14* 

- — ^ Hickej', John, for Stealing, 2 m 1 1 a 

Hicks, Henry, for Reckless Driring, Hi m 

• 12 rf 

Hljrgs, Frank, and another, for Throwing 

Stones, 17.; 14 (t 

Hilton, Thus., for Sb*x)ting a Boy at War- 
rington, IS ni 8 £ 

llippor, TIjos.. jun., for Sending Bad Meyt 

to Mark-ct, 21 > 14 a 

Hohley, ll#nry, for Stealing, 16 a 12 b 

lioUman, Wm., forMansUugliter, 17 a 12 S 

Hooper, J, K,, and another, for FrancJ. b >-i 

11 £— Iti w 12 a— 22 /A li c -i) j i'l ci^l4 J IS 
j-19/13« 

iiupe, J. Q., anJ another, for Assault, 19 ft 

Hh 

— p- IIiOskins« John, for Mansinughter, 11 ^' 12 o 
— ^ — llctskings, Mary, for Infanticide, li j 11 / 
- — Houston, Wm., for Burglary. 23 / 13/ 
-x — Hudson, Jos., for l^runJEenness, 28 ; \2 a 
-^-^ Hughes, F. A., for Waterman's Act Offence, 

27 j^ 14 6 
Hunt, J. O., for Adulteration Act Offence, 

3 a 12 6 

- Industrial School, Commercial Bosd, White- 
ball, 23 »i 1 1 4 

Inwards. Msria, for Stealing, 8 |^ a 

Ireland, Johii, and another, for Cruelty to 

a Cat, 7 a 12 o 
Jsaiica, AbrnUam, and anotiier, for Ifot hi.y.- 

ing Licenses, a 14 * 

Ives and Skines. for FWoay. 96 / 14 a 

Jacob, M., for Illegal Cousignmeniof Goods^ 

2b a 96 

Jackt»Qn, Frands, for Fraud, i 1 i 1 2 a— 'S9 

/ 14 A 

— J agger* htr%t for Cmeity to a Uacebors*-, 

22 m 10 c 

Jeffery. Edmunds, and otibera, i^r Br^ac> 

of Contract, IJ a 12 6— 80 « 14 /" 

J«sim\Dg% JDMurid, fcv Contagions DiseasvA 



i 4.iAiMtflJi»; Apt MeDce, 20 ; \i 



I*oI 



^AtMKK'ft IKDIX TO ** TtM T1«» " MITiriyift. [i jdll l» 



Police (ctmtinued), 

Jubfon, Waiter, for AtMtult, 2 o 12 a 

Johnson, Wm., for Attoiupted Bufghirj, 25 

— Jonet, Fred, for Stealing, 29 a 13 f 

M. A., for Stealing, 26 a 18 « 

Wm.. for Burglary. Sfl a 14 » 

Joyee, Emilj, for Stealing; 8 a 12 e— 9 e 

12 a 

— — Katinick, Celeatino, for Atlenptliig to De- 
fraud, 7 a 12 a 

' Kearney, — , for Murdering faia Mother, 8 

; V 

— Keelejr, Thos^ aud anocfaer, for Man- 
ilaughtar, a ) 2 a 

Keeting, Ellen, for Stealing, 25 / 14 5 

— Kelly, Henry, for Wonnding, 20 m 18 5 

J. R., and another, for Betting, 28 m 12 a 

John, for Assault, 1 a 12 if 

Michael, for Assault. 8 / 12 a 



Kennel t, Henry, for Unlawful Poiiesfion, 

28o Ma 

Kenny, Thos., for Threats, 2/ 14 k 

Kerns, John, for Assanlt, 14 a 10 a 

— Kersey, A. E., for Stealing, 24 ; 12 a 
King. n. O^ for Unlawfully Firing s Mstol, 

8al2/» 
Wm^ for ReceiTing Stolen Gocds, 19 a 

n./ 

Ladbrook, Gea, and another, for Intimida- 
tion. R a \A h 

Lallas, J. W., for Attempting to Defraud, 

80 m 11 e 

Lambert, Arthnr, for Exposing himself 

while Suffering from Small Pox, 20 ; 12 a 

Lambourn, Chas., and others, for Burglary, 

11 a9s 

Lsndy, Wilson and Utley, for Crtielty in • 

Slatighterhouse. U ; 5 «— IS ; 8 c— 26 ; 5 / 

Lapg, Wm.. for Abduction, 1 1 j 12 a 

Lauge, A. J., for Perjury, 22 a 11 <~29 a 

12 c 

Langtey, H. E^ for Manslaughter, 21 m 14 

0^26 w 18 « 

Langmead and Way, for Erecting a Hoard- 
ing without Permission^ 8 ; 12 a— 25 7 14 6 

Lflskey. Jehn. for Fraud. 28 a 14 6 

Last, F. W., for Wounding, 2 a 12 6 

Philip, for Embeazlement, 17 a 12 c 

W. F., for Wounding. 4/11/ 

Laws, — , and another, for Assault, 9 m 11 / 

Les, Philip, for Assault, 29 o 1 2 e— 6 si 1 1 '/ 

I^ahy, Henry, for Disorderly Condnct, 1 a 

12 d 

Leclabent, A. O.. for Felony. 14/18/ 

Lee, klis., for Attempted Imposition, 26 a 

18/ 

Jas.. for Steafing, 28 a 14 a 

Philip, for Assault, 18 m 11 / 

Walter, for Threats, 21 a 14 a 

Leek, W. F^ for Bankruptcy Aet Offence, 

Lees. Jo^n, for Fraud. 17 a 12 c 

Leleu. Francis, and others, for Fiaberies 

Aet Offenee.. 28 m 1 1 s 

Lenisrquip, Kmyinttnd,, for Not having a 

Lieekk»«i, 1 1 u t* c 



Police (rontinu»i). 

Leonard, Emmn, fov Areon, 14 «i 18 /— II 

Ml 14 a 
Lewis. Oea, for lotlmidntieQ, 10 at 11 H 

22m n b 

— Leyboume, Henry, for Steafing, 8 at 11 r 
Litton, J. L., for Forgery, 81 m 18 e— 10; 

18 s 

LI <ydf, I. F.. for Libel 24 a IS e 

Lock, Walter, for Perjury, G 1 17 a 

Lockett, W. J., for Fraud, 21 j 14 a 

Lof thouae, Wm., for Selfing D ia e a as d Msil^ 

17j7« 
Leans, Geo., for Unlawfni Fu aseaa i eB^ 21 a 

14 & 
London, Chatham and DoTor Railway, ht 

Cattle Diseases Act Offence, 23 m 9 f—M i 4« 
Long, Johfl, for Manakughter, 10 j 18 •- 

17/ 14 a 

Wm., for Fraud. 18 i' 12 a 

Lording, Loftns, for »npplyi^g IMikl»e 

Constable, 28/18 « 

Lowther, Hon. Chas., for Aaaauk, 80 si U < 

Macbeth. Jss., for Alleged Fmnda, 9i 19^ 

Macdonald, Annie, for Fnod, 12 m 14 a 

Macdonald-Macdonald, Lt.-C^ W^ f« 

Libel, 1 o 12 e 

a Man. for Robbery with Yiolenoe, 22 it lU 

Mangle, PhUip. for Stealing. 16 / 14 a 

Mannrag, Hichard, f6r Thawee Co n a er f ancy 

Board Act Offence, 18 m 11 d 

Marlett, John, for Stealing, 17 / 14« 

Marney, Darid, for Unlawful F oassss i s B , 9 

a 12 a 

Mason, Alex., for Assault, 21 j 14 ^ 

Massey, Jas. Swift, for Embesslemttt, 90; 

12^ 
Matthew, Capt. Peter, for Shooting at Sss, 

10? 9/ 
Matthews. Susan, for Begging, 29 oi 11 e 

— May, A. H., for Fraud, 8 > 12 a—*/ 11 c- 
12/14a— 23>14c 

M'Carthy, Jas., for Fraud. 9 i IS /* 

M*Comiek, John, and others, for Assaalt 

and Intimidation, 18 a 5 e 
M'Guyness, Mkhael, for Ohefmetioo, 27 / 

12 h 

M*Rnabb, Wm., for Aasaidt, 6 / 1 1 c 

M*Leod, Charley, lor Murder, 23 a 18 / 

MQuin.Loui8a,forIlh*galPledging,28il4a 

M*Tighe, John, for Manshragkter, 18 / »/ 

Meade. £. A., for Unlawful DetentioB, X9 

a 14 a 

Merrett. Edwin, for Assauk, 8 / IS « 

Miles, Jas., and another, for Stealmg^ 18 ; 

12 a 
Milligan, Kathleen, for Non-paymtBl m 

Cab Fare, 30 m 1 1 « 
MiUs, Geo., and oiheis, for Annoyance, 2S 

Jas , fee Sending Bad Meat to Market, 38 

m 18« 



Richard, for CaUng False News, 81 si 9< 

Millward, Emmn, lor Fmod, 16 ai 11 <^ 

Mincham, John, fer Wonnding, 81 m 18 r 

Miners. Fourteen, fer Aseauk at Watir^ 

house C'uUitvy,. 2L • U ^ 



*4w SO, 1879.] pauisb's ikdxz to " Tnc tuiu " MtwvArm. 



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FoUoo (roHttnued). 

" — Minors, for IntimidAtinff Workmen at Lems- 

ing Thome Colliery. 22 « 1 1 a 
~ Mirfleld, J. R., tor Illegal PotMssion of 

\l hiik>% SOmXOd 
< Miaiing Penons, U a 10 a— 17 a 12 r— 2 m 

11 «— 10 m 18y— 13 M 11 y— 16 m 12 fr— 21 m 

14 «_3i4 m 1» i— 28 m 12 ^—6 ; 12 b—Jj 18/ 

— 28/13/ 

— Mitchell, Qeo., for Not Beportiog himielf 
to the FoUoe, 19 m 18 e 

— Monthaje, — , for Forgery, 4 a 12 4 

Moodey, John, for GarobUag, 16 a 12 c 

lAoran, Thot., for Neglecting his Family, 

24 a 11 /^2H a 10 e— 8 ml / 
Morgan, Wm^ for Unlawful PotaeMion, 8 

a 12 a 

Morton, O. E^ for Awault, 26 m 18 a 

Northen, Odin, for Attempting to Seattle 

a Ship. 10 m 11/ 

Moall. John, for Fraud, 7> 18/ 

MoUeu, Pattinson and Stonl, for Bnrglariea, 

2m9/— fiwU/— 7«i7/ 
Morphy, Ellen, for Atiault, Ac., 2 a 12 a 

— John, for Robbery, 7 a 12 a 
Thoe., for Aisault, 17 j U a 

Murray, Jat., for Manslaughter. 10 m 18 / 

—— Mutual Dress Supply Association, Secre- 
tary of. to Vindicate, 7 a 12 a 

Myer, Henry, and another, for Fraud, 28 a 

Uo— 8 m II s— 16 m 12 a 

' — Myers, J. W., for Perjury, 21 m U c— 22 m 
lid 

Moss, for Assault, \Sa]2b 

Kaylor, Biatthew, for Aiding Gambling, 9 ; 

9d 

Neild, Robt, for Cruelty on Shipboard, 26 

Newby, «-, for Assault, A a \2 b 

— * Newton, Rev. Mr., to get a Postponement 
of a Diatreas, 9 a 12 a— 25 a i2 d 
Jas., for Assault, 25 a 12 cf 



Police (continued), 

I O'Reilly. — . for A itempted Murder. 80 m 9/ 

• Pace. H. W., for Cutting nnd Wounding, 

10 u 12 6—17 a V2b 
Palmer, Chas., for Attempting to Defraud, 

limlSf 

Mvry, for Stealing. 29 m 11 ./ 

Parents, for Neglecting their Children, 1 m 

10 6 
Parker and Arnold, for Attempting to Up* 

set a Train. \ij7 d 
^^ Pamell, Capt T. J^ for Drunkenness, &c., 

25a is 

Partridge, Henry, for Stealing, 24 a 12 e 

Patterson, Alfred, for Conspiracy. 24 m IS 

s— 81 m 18 d -18 j 12 a— 24 ; 12 a 

Pattinson. Thos., for Robbery, 28 a 12 s 

Pattullo, Wm., for Felony, 16/ 14 b 

Payne, Geo., for Conserraacy Act Offence, 

80al8s 

Jessie, for Stealing, 15 m 1 1 if 



— Nillsen, W. P. C, and another, for Smug- 
gling. 21 7 146 

— Norris, Honora, for Attempted Suicide, 2 
mils 

— Nunn, F. A., for Libel, 16 a 12 c 

— Oakden, Thos^ for Selling Diseased Meat, 
18 j 5/ 

— Oakley, Herbert, for Attempted Murder, 
28; 14 a 

— O'Brien, John, for Stealing, 12/ 14 a 

— O'Connell, Darid, for Wounding, 19 a 14 6 
—26 a 18 s 

— O'Connor, Thos., and another, for Burglary, 
28 m 12 6—5; 11 r 

— Ogilvie, Geo., for Attempted Suicide, 17 a 
12 e 

— Oldham, Martton, for Sending Bad Meat to 
Market, 21 > 14 a 

— Oldman, Geo^ for Burglary, 19 / 18 s 

— Omnibus Conductor, for Refusing a Fare, 
9 a 12 6 

-»- Oxborrow, Robt., and another, for Unlaw- 
ful Possession. 17 a 12 c 

— Oalaad, Black well and Knight, for Robbery, 
808c 



— Pearce, John, for Non-payment of Cab 
Fare, 80 a Id s 

— Pearson, John, for Assault, 29 m 1 1 s 

— Ferry, E. £., for Robbery, 28 m 12 a 
Jeremiah, for Burglary, 16 m 12 6 



Peter, Cordelia, for Attempted Suicide, 10 

i 18/ 
Phillips, W. R., for SteaUng, 29 a 12 c— 8 

ml8s 

Phipps, John, for Fraud. 25 a 1 2 <f— 2 mils 

Pike, Jas., for giving False Weight, 17 m 

18 /• 
Pistoria, Jos., for Mutiny and Murder, 2 a 

10 s— 12 a 12/ 

Plessenger', M. M., for Assault, 11 a 9/ 

Polden, Leonard, for Stealing, 11/ 12 a 

PoU, Emma, for Wilful Damage, 15 a 11 / 

Poole, Thos., for Murder, 2oj 13 /* 

Pooley, John, for Ultreating a Horse, 24 / 

12 a 
— Potter, Henry, for Assault, 15 a 11/ 

Preston, Francis, for Assault, 29 m 1 1 s 

Price, T. C, for Parjury, 16 m 12 a 

Priae Fighting— Lane and others, for Aid* 

ing. 28 m 4 s 
— Qnin, Jas., for Reckless Driring, 10 m 18 /* 

Rae, Wm., for Embeszlement. 9 a 5 s 

Ralph, John, for Murder, 2 / 8 /— 6/ 5 s 

Rayner, Thos., for Attempted Extortion, 

21 a 14 5 

Walter, for Rsilway Offence, 24 m 18 s 

Read. G. W., for Stealing, 14 m 18 s 

Reading, Henry, for I^dging*house Act 

Offence, 8 a 12 a 
-*— Reardon, Wm., for Drunkenness, 21 a 14 a 

Redmond, Jas., for Stealing, 26 m 9/ 

Reed, John, and others, for Betting Act 

Offence, 28 m 11 s 
Reeres, Benj., for Not having hia Children 

Vaccinated, 81 m 18 cf 
•^— Reynolds, Jos., for Perjury, 4 a 12 6 
Richards, Emma, and another, for Man- 
slaughter, 4 a 12 c — 14 a 10 a 

T. J., for Drunkenness, 20/ 12 a 



— Riley, John, for Attempted Murder, 5/84 

—20/8 o 



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PALUER*! INDEX To ^* TtLM TIKES HBWSrAFEB. 



[Afirii 1 «• 



Police (rotitinuci). 

Roberts. Anne, and another, for Fraud, 17 

a 12o— 24 o 12 h 

Robert §on. Chaa.. for Assault, 24 912 a 

Koclgeri, — . for Kef using to Shew hit 

Tramway Tickot— a Fine Inflicted, 19 ; 13 « 

Uogers, A. W., for Furious Drivnig. 26 m 

Maria, for AtteniptcHl Suicide. 29 m 11 « 

Roper, Rev. T. H., for Selling Miik without 

aRfgiater. 9 / 12 rf 

Rose, H. S., for Bankruptcy Act Offtnce, 

11 a4« 

Roas. Edw., for Assault, 16 a Jl/ 

Kowlnnd, H. W., and another, for Causing 

Wilful Damage, 3 12 a 

Ru8«ell, James, for Stealing, 22 m 1 1 e 

Salkela, John, for Giving False Weight, 19 

a 14 5 
Sanders, John, for Using Ucjust Weights, 

27m\2d 
Sandbridge, James, and another, for Crueltj 

to Donkeys, 2 a 1 2 o 

Sargent, Samuel, for Forgery, 22 m 11 e 

Sasberg, Hermann, for Passing Base Coin. 

]9;18« 

Sarage, Wm., for Stealing, 21 a 14 a 

Sawyer, Wm., for Assault, 21 a 14 a— 5 ai 

Schmalcalder John, and another, for Steal- 
ing. &c., 1 a 1 2 c 

Schmidt, Mary, for Smuggling, 14 m 18 / 

School Board Summonses, J4 j 13,/" 

Scweitser. Simon, for Felony, 2f>j*12 a 

Seafieid, Amelia, for Stealing, 24 u 12 6 

Seagrave, J. P., for Erecting without giving 

Notice, dj 12 a 

- Seegal, Bernhardt, for Forgery, 10 ; 14 a 
Sharp, Henrv, for Fraud. 23 a 11 / 

Sharrass, Win., for Wife Murder, 19 a 14 6 

Sheen. John, for Stealing. 10 a 12 5 

Shepherd, Eliz., for Concealment of Birth, 

16 a 12 b 

Sherborne, Geo., for Fraud, G m 11 e— 18 m 

11/— 20 m 14 5 • 
Sherwood, Mary Ann. for Starving her 

Infant to Death, 1 1 a 3./— 19 a 12/ 
Short. John, for Stealing, 20 / 12 a 

F. W.. for Embezzlement, 25/ 14 6 

Simmons, John, for Stealing, 23 o 18/ 

'—— Thos., and another, for Fraud, 17m 13 / 

Six Hivetters. for Employers and Work- 
men's Act Offence, 26 f 12 a 

Sly, James, for Refusing to Billet Soldiers, 



20 ml r 
Smaie, Thos., for Market Act Offence, 19 

m 18 e 
Smith, ('Carles, and another, for Thames 

Board of Conservancy Act Offence, 23 m 1 1 y 

Geo., for Burglary, 7 « 12 « 

Walter, lor Stealing, 28/ 14 a 

Wm., for Fraud. 11 ; 12 a 

for Robbery. 18 ; 12 a 

Sneliing, Thos., for Arson, 15 m 10 <f 

Soof. Isabella, for Attempted Suicide, 3 /12 a 

Southall, Wm., for Fraud, 18 ; 10 c 

— Sjiencar, Geo., fwr Fraud, \^ j 12 a 



Police (rantinu€'f). 

Speed, Joseph, for Billintgmte Market Act 

Offeace, 3 m 1 8 e 

Squire. Thos., for Burglary. 9 / 18/ 

Stafiferdshire, Cocoa and Coffee Il«Qae Odd* 

pany. for Selling Adulterated Mift. 18 / 8 < 
Stanborough, Hy., and anotlier, for Dablsn 

Act Offence, 2 a 12 « 
Stanley, Maud, and another, for UnlawfBl 

Possessitm, 16m 12a 

Stannard, Thos., and another, for B«fgk>v, 

24 a 12 5-1 Mil/' 

Sieph 'nsoti, Richard, for Fraud, 6 « 14 a 

Sternberg, Heber, for Stealing, t; 14 5 

Sterner and Hull, for Frand. 18 si 10 if 

Stevenson. Rich., for Fraud. 8 a 14 a 

Stewart, Wm., for Cruelty to PigeoiM,fl« 

StllweQ, Benj., for Attempted 8iiiddr,2t a 

145 

Straeke, Henry, for Fraud. 16 « 11 / 

Strange, Robt., and another, for Bvrgtiiy, 

4a 125—11 o9< 

Sullivan. John, for Fraud. «T m 14 5-l«i 

18s-18i 12a-25/14 5 

Sutton. John, fbr Fraud, 21 a 14 a— 2< a 18 

<— 24 m Ide— 81 m 18 e 
n Swallow, Capt., for Food and Drugs let 

Offence. 23 a 12/ 

Swan. John, for Scuttling a Ship, 80 a )t / 

Swindling. Canes of. 31 m 18 <f 

St vies. Geo., for Vagabondism, 10 at 18/ 

Sykes, Wm., for Intimidation 27; 10 f 

Tanner. John, for Assault, 14 i 18 « 

Tavlor. Fred., for Assault, 10 a 18 5— T ■ 

l8«-9« 11/ 

for Lunacy, 21 a 14 a 

Telfer. A. H., for Fraud. 20 m 12/ 

Thick. Wm.. for Unlawfully Leering Us 

Employ. SO m 1 1 e 

- Thomas, Anthony, for Fraud, 19/ 18 •— ?l 

Thos.. and another, for Burglary. IT/ 12/ 

and Jones, for Stealing. 24 a 12 5 

Thornley, Robert, for Wife Murder, 1T/T« 

Tieman. Michael, for Murder, \\ m9f 

Tilly, Wm.. for Wife Murder, 24 a 11 s 

Toler, T. H. L., and another, for Fraud, S 

a 12 a— lOo 12a 

Toll, Henry, for Stealing. 90 m II if 

Tooke, Mrs., for Child Murder. 20 ; I0« 

., — Toomey. John, for Assault, 1ft m 11 « 

Touzon, Joseph, for Fraud, 2 <r 12 a 

Troop, Arthur, for Forgery. 8 m 18/— 1* 

m 18 « 
Tucker, Wm., for Cutting and Wonndlag, 

28 a 14 a 
— TumbuU, John> for Refusing a Fare, 10 ■ 

Turner, Henry, for Felony, 2/ 14 5 

— . Jnmcs, for Burglary. 35/ 8 rf 

M. A., for Annoyance, 14 a 10 a 

Tn/o Men, for Railway Robberies, 21 mUt 

Tvd, John, for Woundiiif , 1 1 ; 12 o 

U'ngar. I.^pold, for Fraud. 7 ; IZf-^ij !• 

4-27; 12 5 
TiifiU, W,, for Personation, 19/ 18 s 



JmN 30| 1879.] falmba** ini>xx to ^'tgk TiuRft'* szyrirAirKSt. 



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Mies (romVnuec/). 

Vantinif Jobiw for Stealing. 29 m 1 1 e 

- y«rheigen, Louk, sod another, for Stealing, 
17 M 13/ 

Vmtj^ W. ▲., for Embezzlenient, 15 a 11/ 

—92 a li « 
V«M, John, and another, for Stealing, 80 m 

11 if 
~— Walden, Hearj« and another, for Unlawf al 

Poueesion, 23 ; id e 
' J. Jt for Embezzlement, 30 i 14 a 
Wallace, Wm.« and another, for Stealing, 6 

il2a 

Waltaek. Mnrir. for Fraud, 3 a 10 ^ 

->— Waller, J. C. and another, for Allowing 

Betting. 19 ; 13 <-2Gy 12 a 

Tlioi,, for Colliery Act Offence. 28 / 12 < 

Walter, Chas., for Burglary. 26 « 12 </ . 

Geo., and another, for Burglary, 11 a 9/ 

^18 a 13 tt 

Walter, for Stealing. 30 m 1 1 d 



^^ Waterfieldi John, fur Forgery, &c., 1 m 1 1 

<— 10 M 13 / 

-^ Watkioton, Thoe., for Fraud» 4 j 11 e 

— Watson. Arthur, and another, for Frand, 2 

f 14 6 

Qeo., foi Fraad, 16 d 12 b 



«— « Webb, Thue., for uarbouring Thieves, 17 a 

12 a 

— «> Webater,'Kathertne,and others, for Murder, 
la5«— 3 a 11 d^9a 5 /— 10 a 6 a— 17 a 6/ 
—18 a 10 c— 25 a 12 a— 26 a 9 d—ZO a 13 a— 
ft ,M 18 c— 9 m 10/— 10 IS 13 u~13 m 13 e— 17 

M 10'/ 

■ Wm., and another, for Unlawful Detention, 

17 « 18/ 

Wehert. — . for Frand. 4 a 12 6 

Welle. Benj., for Stealing, 25 a 12 <f 

■ John, for Felony, 16 a 12 6—23 a IS f 
West. John, for Stealing. 27 m 14 6 

Weaion» Elien, for Cruelty to her ChSd, 33 

Whitby, Wm., for Stealing. 9 m 11 e 

Whit«s, C. S., for UnUwful Detention, 2 m 

lie 
James» for Manslaughter, 8al2a— 16a 

13 4 

Thoe^ for Exposing Bad Heat for Sale, 

Hm 11/ 

Wigg, H. v., for Libel, 8 m 1 1 /* 

Wilkiiis. -. for Unjust Weights, 27 m 12 d 

Jaa.. for Stealing, 8 ; 12 a 



Wilkinson, Baker, and other Tobacconists, 

fnr Selling Adulterated Tobacco, SOmS f 
Williams, Alfred, for Furious DriTing, 19 

Ml8e 
■■ M Fred^ ^or Stealing, dOj 14 a 

John, for Stealing, 23 a 13 / 

Heigan^for Workhouse Act Offence, 21 

a 14 4 
Wills, Rer. F. C, for Fraud, 30 a 13 «-14 

m 137—21 m 14 a . 



m 



14 4 



ilson, Jftnies, fbr Cruelty to a Fowl, 25 j 

for Fraod, !?3 a ISf^l m IS /^lo mWd 
iof Adiilterafion, 1 7 w 1"8 / 
-^— a Woman, for uruhkenneas, 30 m U e 



Felice {continued). 

Wood, Alex., for Forgery 29 w 11 « 

..^ — Benj., for Manslaughter. 5 a 14 4 

Geo., for Stealing, 23; 13 e 

J. S., for Fraud, 5 » 1 1 c 

— Woodgate, Wro., for Betting. 12; 13 c 

Wrench, E. L.. for Forgery, 4 a 12 ^ 

Wrigh:, C. F., for Assault. 19 m 13 e 

Herbert, and another, for Stealing, 28 m 

12 5 
^-i^— Thos.. and another, for Assault, 14 J 13 c 

Wyndham Geo,, for Stealing, la .; 12 a 

Younger, John, for Fraud, 10 « 13/ 

Police C»U5ion,23> 11/ 

^— City, Classes for Instruction under the St. 

John AinbuUnce Association, 12 / 7 « 

Enquiry if Summonses can be Obtained 

Without the Magistrate's Sanction. 20 m 14 5 

Metropolitan, Annual Report of Expenditure, 

Ac. 7j 12 r 
Orphanage, Lady Burdett-Contts's Loan to^ 

11 a 8/ 
— Ball in Aid of the Fund of, 25 a 10 4 
Policemen*s Numbers, 4 « 6 / 
Political Meetings. 5/ 10 d 
Pompii and Herculaneum, Proposal to Celebrate 

the 1800lh Anniversary of the Destruction of, 

16 m 10s 
Ponsonby (H. F.) Order of St. Katherine, 7jU/ 
Poole (R. S.) Coins in the British Museum, 15 a 

Poor Law Act, Meeting about, 1 1 a 4 s 

Administration, 18 a 10/* 

Amendment Bill. (Scotland), 7 m 9/ 

Conference at Great Malvern, 10 m 12 <l 

and Politics, 18 a 3 e 

Kates. Annual Return. 7 a 11/ 

and Pauperism, 16> 6 /" 

Removal, 21 > 11/ 

Poplar Hospital for Accidents, Anniversary 

Dinner, 27 m 12 d 
Poppinjay Inn, Fleet Str«*et. 4 a 10/ 
Porpoises. Large Shoal of, in the Mersey, 23 m 5/ 
Port of Butavia, 4 u 5 « 

of Glasgow, 1 a 1 1 / 

of Rouen, 16/96 

Portarlington (Lord) on the Irish University 

Bill, 21 in 9 /- 
Portugal— CapiUl City of, 16a 8 d 

Census. 21 m 6/ 

and England, 2 ; 8 c 

on Co Operation, 1 9 m 8 5 

Health of Queen Maria Pid, 14 a 8 s— 15 a 

5<f— 18 abd 
Miscellaneous News, 13 m 5 s — 81 m 7 d~^ 

16 ; 8 c— 20 j 5 </— 26 ; 5 s— 27 / 5 e 

New Ministry, 2 j 8 c 

Proposal to Combine the Postal and Tele- 
graphic Services, 7 m 7 d 

snd the Zulus, 10 in 7 d 

Positive Government Security Life Asiuranc* 

Comfiaoy, 17 a 7 s— 34 a 7 s 
Posthumous Ilononrs — Victoria Cross for those 

Dyiqg in Honour. U a 4 /* 
Post Office Money Ordei* (iAces^ Alterations, 5 

>Hc-,27i;4« 
Savings Banks, New Controller, 4/7/ 



Pos 



PAUCIB*ft XVIiMX TO ** THB TIMMI " MftWlPArSB. 



tAprill 



H 



Pottage Stamps, Note* on, 2j 12/-— 4/ 7 « 
I'uital Improvements in the Cit/, 34 / 1 1 fr 
Notieet, 9 o 7 e— 16 a 4 e/— 25 a 4 /'~28 m 

11 /— 4;7i_-ii > 10 c/— 18 ill /~l'9>8«— 

25 j 10 (f 
Circnlen in Lithofniph not Book Pott, 

Deputation of Tradert to GoTernment aboat, 

9a lit 

Pattern Pott, 4 a 10 / 

Withdrawal ot the Notice aboat Printed 



Circnlart, 21 a 12 b— 28 a 18/ 
Potato Crop in Cornwall, 16 a 11 t 
Potter (T. B.) on Accidentt to Memben of the 

Cobden Club. 25j 10* 
Preachert for To-Morrow, 5 a 14 6—12 a 12 « — 

19 a 14 a— 26 a 12 0— 3 m 7/— 10 ui 14<i— 17 

m 10 1^—24 m 18 e— 81 m 9 6—7 / 18 •— lii 11 

/•— 21^7/— 28j 12rf 
_- for Ascention Daj, 21 m 12/ 
— for Good Fridaj, 10 a 8 a 

for the Month, 8 a 12 6 

Preece (W. H.) Recent AdTanoet in Telegraphj, 

4 a 12 a— 24 a 6 /^29 a 5 if— 7 m 6 /*— 16 m 
10 i/— 20 M 10 a— 27 m 6 a 

Pre-hittoric Fingers, 8 a 7 c 
Preserved Meat. Arrival of, 9 / 18 <f 
PSE88 PSOSEOUnONB:— 

the Athenaumt for Libel, 17/66 

the Examiner^ for Libel, 27 i 4 c 

— thm Frankfurter Zti^aii^, for Insulting Prince 
Bitmarck, 2*2 a 5 <f 

Great Grimahy Herald, (nr Libel, 9 m 4 6 

the Itlington Gazette, for Libel, 25 a 4 d 

— the Newevender, for Libel, 24 a 4 c 

— the Ordre, for Publishing False News, 2 a 

5 6—5 a 7 6 

— Revolution Franrai§9, for Scurrility, 19 a 7 
(f— 80 a 7 e— 15 m 6 6 

the 7niM, for Libel, 8 a 4 a— 4 a 4 e— 29 « 

4 c— 80 a 6 c— 1 m 4 <f— 11 /4 c— 21 t 6 6 

Preston (Edw.) French Claims (British Subjects), 
21 m 10 6 

Pieston Mechanics' Institution, Jubilee Anniver- 
sary, 8 « 5 « 

Prince Ed#ard Island, Elections, 11 a 8 < 

Legislative Proceedings, 26 a 7 « 

Princess Louise Home, Anniversary Meeting, 2 
J6 6 

Printers' Pension Corporation, Anniversary Fes- 
tival. 14 m 7/ 

Stewards for the Coming Festival, 24 a 11 < 

Prisons Act, I > a 6 if 

Conference at Weetminster Palace Hotel 

on, 8 tf 7 /"— 4 a 10/ 

Deputation about, 24 > 12 6 



Mission and Discharged Female Prisoners' 

Aid Employment Society, 29 a 1 1 s 
PEIVT OOUNOIL:— 

: Meetings, 10 m 11 y 

New Members, 8 m 9/— 21 m 9 « 

Orders, 2 a 5/ 

Ashutosh Dutt r. Doorga Chun and another, 

29m4a 
Attorner-General for Isle of Man v. Myl- 

chreest and others, 9 m 4 6 

the Bjffogod CkrietetieeM v. the Willmm 

Frederick, 20j ia 



PriTj Oonncdl (continued), 

the Eari of Ix>n8dale, 19i 6 6 

Happaatchigey Baba and others v. Qneenli 

Advocate of Ceylon. 28.; 6 6 
Uuro Sundri Dabyav. Maharajah UAmmf 

Singh. 80 ; 6 <f 
Kali Keshan Jagore v. Jodoo dal Multiek, 

12^6 /• 
— Kisbua Nund Misr r. Superiatmideat tf 

Encumbered Estates, 21 m 6 a 
LaU Dwarka Doss and others v. Kai Sila 

Ram, 28i6c 
London Chartered Bank of Australia r. 

^hite and others, 24 m 5 / 
National Bank of Australasia v. Umttd 

Hand- in- Hand and Baud of Hope Company, 

19iy!6 6— 16y6c 
Ram Chunda Bysack v. Dononath Sviat 

Sircar. 14 ; 6 6 
Ramasami Chetti v. Court of Waids, 10 si 

6 /— 12 M 6 6—16 m 4 a 
Ramasawmi Aiyan and others v. Venkata- 

ram Aiyan, 16 ; 6 c 
Ranee Snmt Soondari v. Prangobind Mo- 

loomdar and others, 22 m 4 o 
Rughoobar Dyal Sah'io and others v. Ma- 

harajah Kesheu PerUb Sahi, 27 > 4 6 
Prise Fighting— Norwich Magietrates Dedrioa 

about, 29 m 10 d 
Probate Duty, Note on, 28 m 13 6 
Probyn (L. C.) New Indian Loan, 16 m 7/ 
Produce Markets, am every day*9 pop^ 
Propagation of the Gospel, bociety of, Aanusl 

Meeting, 8 m 6 s 

Festival Service, 19/ 9 e 

Monthly Meetings, 19 a 12 /— 24 a 11 4f- 

17 m 10 s 

Protection on Reciprocity, 1 m 8 a — 9 mile 
Protestant Blind Pension Society, Annual Meet- 
ing. 18 m 6 r 
Provident Dispensaries, 1 7y 9 «— 24 j 10 •—26 i 

18 c— 28; 18/— 80 i 18 Jr 

Provincial Stock Exchanges, $ee every doy*$ peftr 
Public Companies snd their Patrons, 19 at 12 ^ 
~ — Income and Expenditure, 16 a 7 c — 28 a 18 

c— 80 a 12 c— 7 m 11 6—14 m 18 6—21 «i 18 c 

—28 m 11 6—4 j 7 c— 11 ; 11 c— 18j 11 e-26 

S9e 

Worship Reffulation Act, 24 a 9/— 20 mil/ 

Puerperal Fever In Hospitals, 17 m 7'cf— 20 m ISa 
Purcell (Abp.) his financial Position, 17 ; 4 « 
Purcy-Cust (Archdn.) on the Clewer Case, 16* 

lie 
Pure Literature Society, Conversaaloiie, 29 m 86 
Purse-Carrying— Robbery of a Lady in OzftMd 

Street, 6 m 18 / 
Pusey (Rev. E.' B.) on Dr. Newman Aoocptlag 

the Cardinalata, 22 m 10 c 
Putney and Wandsworth Conservativa 

tion, Dinner, 2 m 7 6 



Queen Anne's Bounty, 8 a 10 6 

Charlotte's Lying-ia Hospital, WceMy Be* 

turn, I6m 7s 

Outbreak of Pnerpand Fever io, 28ii 6e 

— Insurance Company, 26 m 18 c 



Juh«30, 1879.] PAT.XKU't INDEX TO *' TMI TIllKt*' NKWtfPAPII. 



Bai 



Quten*! Easter Bounties, Distribution, 11 a 7/ 
— — UbhrertitT in Itehind, 9 si 9 c— 20 m 10 a— 

8il26 

Qa«entlAnd,l>istarbances tn, S<) n 7 e 

— Oemttis fr^ni Fever of Fnilgrants, 9 m ft i 

— FeTeramongstthe Diggers at I^wer Paloier, 
S9iii 6^ 

MisceUaneous Nears, 10 j 8 /— 21 / 7/— 26 

— - Rerenue Returas, 29 m 5 d 

9ix Native T^»<Atrs Poisoned by Katires, 

2«i6i/ 

•^ l>anseontiiietttal Survey Party at Cook- 
town, 29 m nd 

R 

BadcUffe (C. W.) on Water Colour Painting. 21 

Bagged School Union, Anniversary Gathering, 

IB me/ 
Bailway Aecidenta. sf^ Acci»«nt8-- Rail war 

Attem^it t ) Upset a Train, 28 a 12 / 

— - Autoraatic Hydraulic Brakes, 12 a 9 «r^6 

mil / 

— ^ Benevolent Fnrtttutlon, Annoal Dinner. 24 

all r— 16 m JOc— aZjIO/ 
— :— Caarton on EntefhigCarriages from Thieves, 

Charges during the Race Week. 16 j 18 e 

— Commission, 4 a 5 «— V9 a 6 rf— 26j 9 c 

• — Companies and the Carriers, 8 a 1 1 <f— 4 a 

10 6~*alS^/ 
« — Dangerous Ride on tl|e Footboard of a 

Carriage, 80 m 1 1 f 
- — Dining Cars, l^otes on. 11 > U *— 14 ; 8 h 
«— Easter Holiday Arrangements, 8 ci 8 e^9 

• 9 /■ 
•— Guards* Universal Friendly Society, 28> 9 rf 
- — Improved Accommodation. 16 ; 8/ 
• — Newspaper Trains. London to Gravesend 

and Southend. 17; 7d 
• — Passenger Tax, 23 a 6 a 
•— Platforms, 1 7 a 6 a 
— ~ Robberies Abrosd, 28 / 6 a 
—— a Seamen Sh<#t in a Rvilway Carriage by a 

Fellow Passenger, 17 m 7 #/ 
« — Season Ticket Holders, Deputation to the 

Board of Trade, 21 ci .8 t 
' — Servants, Amalgamated Society of, Meeting, 

2 a 10 s 

(Orphanage, Annual Meeting, 80 « 5 ^ 

• — Traffic, 4 a 11 a— 16 a 7 a— 2 mjc 

• — Tram from Madrid to Saragossa, Robbed by 

Brigands, 81 m 7 c 
•— Travelling with a Madman from Calaia to 

AbbivUle, 16 a 6 d 
UILWAT8 :-. 
^- for Africa, 1 m 11 6 
-— Amsterdam and Rotterdam, K a 18 e 
*«- Andalasiaa, 18 m 5 s 

— Atlantic and Great Western, 28 « 9 «— 7 m 
1 1 a — 8 Si 7 a 

— Auitro-Roumaniste, 12 a 7 r 
-^ Bahia and San Francisco, laid 

— Baltimore and Ohio, 17 n 7 cf 
-— iBaftMUloes, Pnispactuir, 13 m 6 a 
— - Bombay, Barodaand Central India, 12/9 



Railways (continued), 

Bolivar, 18 m 6 a 

Buenos Ay res Great Soutl^era, 28 a 9 tf— 

12 m 9 c 
Canada and Paciic. First Sod Tuffwd, ft j 

fts 

Canadian Pacific, Uj7 d 

Central Asian, 4 a 1 1 A 6> ft e 

of New Jersey, 16 a 7 4 

Uruguay, 10 a 7 «— 1 1 a 5 e 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paolo, 10 « 7 e 

Rock Island and Paeiic, 10 4 7 a 

Devon and Somerset, 28 o 9 i^ 

Dunaburg and Wit^sk, 28 a 18 e 

Ealing. 24 7 11 6 

East Argentine. 7 ; 9 c— 12^ 9 c 

Indian. 21 m 9 '2—18 / 1 1 a--20i II e 

Ksstem Bengal. IH m 9/--20 m 18 ft 

of France, 8 a 7 s 

Erie, 21 m 18 r 

Reorganissfi, 17 a 7 a---l7> 18 a 

Fumess. 24 m 12 s 

Grand Trunk of Canada. 28 a 18r-*10 ai 8 s 

Great Eastern. lOm 8<f^24 m 18 €^12 f 9 e 

Indian Peninsula. 7 / i* r — 14/ 8 a 

• Wrstern of Canada, 2:^0 13 e 

Highland. 1« « 7« 



Indian, 6 m 4 e 

Iquique and La Noria, 2 a 6 ft 

Lake Shore and Michigan Somham, 24 / 7s 

I^tterkenny, 13 m 4 « 

Lima. 19 m 9/ 

I^ndun. Chatham and Dover. 21 m 18/ 

and Xonh Western, *2$ all t 

Madeira and Maqiore, 17/ 13 ft 

Mftdma, li?>9 r--19 7 8 « 

Saragossa and Alicante, 28 m 11/ 



- Metropolitan, Note on, 14 ; 8/ 

Mexican, 16 m 1 1 n — 24 i 7 « 

Midland and Northern, 26 a 18 c 

New Alpine 3> 7 ft 

South Wales. 10/9 6 

Newbury to Winchester, 18 ; 9/ 

Northorn of Buenos Ay res. 2R411 II f 

— of 1 annda and Hamilton And North West- 
ern, 14 j 8/ 
of I* ranee, 3 o 7 a 

of Spain, 17/ 1ft 6 

— > Oakleigh Opened by the Marquia of Nor* 
raanby. 29 m ft s 

Panama, 2 m 7 s 

Penisvlvanian. 2r» a ^ d 

PhiUdelphia and K^ading. 16 m ft if— 14/ 8/ 

Portuguese, 1ft a-4 c 

Rai'way TnfSiv for the Paai Two Tsimv. 

Anal^'ais of, 1 2 « 9 a 

- RsjiKMtana, 18 / 5 «^ 

— *— Recife and San Francisco Perhambuoo, 4 « 

1 1 e-9 a 7 € 

RioTinto. 81N 18 ft 

Roumanian. 24 a ft / 

«— - Royal Swedish. 2 w 9 ^-^ft ; 7 € 

San Paulo (Uraxilian;. laid 

St. Gothant Tunnel, s^eppafge of, ft a 7 c-* 

7 'f 6 e— 8 a 7 c^lO a ft e~<Sl2 a ft e«4) is ft c -r 

12 in 7 f^tS m ft 4^26 m 7 d-^lQ j 7 c-^18 j 
hd 



Bai 



PALHKK*8 INDKX TO ** TUB TlMBft ** MEW8PAP] 



[April 1 w 



B&ilwi^ Camtivuetf), 

. — ^inUe, I'uniiib and Delhi, 80 J 9 < 

Slough and Wfit Dra/ton, 6 ; 6 « 

'— [S^o^rna and Cassaba, 18 «i 6 < 

► Soiuh AiMtriaa, 22 a 7 c—T; » *— 16 i* 9 a 

—20 / I U 

Eastaro, 19 m 9 a 

Ezteniion, 3 m 9/— 13 jn 12 6 

Indian, Uji/ 

'^-^ Spanbh, VZabi 

Stmtford-on- Aron, 6 ;U « 

TipUs tu Baku. 19 m 7 « 

Traffic KeoMpu, 2 u 6 <— 4 a 11 i-5«18c 

—7 a 7 a— 8 a 8 c— 9 a 7 <— 10 <i 7 «— 11 a 6c 
— l2o9c— l6a7«—J7o7 «— 18ii6/*-2l a 
9^— 2« CI U c— 24 a 7 «— 25 a 1 1 c/— 2iB a 13 c 
—28 o 2 tf— 29 a 1 1 t— BO a 12 d^l m 6 c— 2 
/ft 7c-8« 12/-^6M9ir— 6m llft^7Ml3» 
lUM8tf— 12im9c— I8m6 i/ 17 m 18 6— 19 
i/i 9/— 29 m la^— 21 M 18 /— 24 m 12 <'-26 hi 
18 ('-28 m 1 1/— 29 m 7 «-dO m 7 /'—SI « 8 if 
- 2> 9 4-4 ; T/-^6> 7 /-6 i" 7 /— 7^ 9 e-9 
;9^«-l0>9r— lliUa— I2;9e— 14i8e-16 
;9</*l7H3A— 16i II <-I9j8c— 20> 11 « 
21 I 13 r-23 y 9 rf— 24> 7 €-26 i 9 /-28 / 13 
</-S0;9« 

— r of ih«s United Stata^ 11 y 11 5 

- - Varna, 3 « 7 a 

< Warcar- Vienna, Dan m^eA by a Great 

Storni« ItiJ 9 cL d 

Waterfurd and Central Ireland, 30 at 7/ 

^ Wuet FLindartt, 12 m 9 r 

JKattt (Ernaet B ) Defence of Kambula Camp, 21 

m 12/ 
Kainpgate, Aniuseaienti at. 13.; 8 c 
Kanvard (A. C.^ on Meteoric Dual. 12 a 7 a 
Kathboi a (W.) at Liveriiool. A a 12/ 
IvMvensti in ^^K. Q.) Celtic Speaking in the Briiifth 

I«les, 21 a.6c< 
KeMd ^U. C.) un the County Government Bill, 21 

<i 8/ 
Hoiiding Gflcil. Eacape of a Young Female Pri- 

o ler f roMi. 6 m 14 6— 14 in 12 tf 

Kjew GoTemor, 2 ; 11 / 

Kecording of Deedi. New Livurtfdi for, Id n 7/ 
Kirdford (Kev. h\) Ancient Building, 28) 13 « 
litvd (E. J.) on Jaiian, 6/ 1 1 a 
Leavea Japan for England. 12 a 7 if— 13 m 

10 (/—21m 7 if 
Ktffumiiitory and Refuge Union, Annual Meet- 

iug, 3 m 6 « 
'- — - Note dn, 3 a (! e 
Kegistering the A\ind. 20.m 6 a 
JCi^iatratiun of Age in iSchooU. 3/7/ 
Raid (Alex.^ on Peruvian Bonds, 25 / 9 a 
Kelianoe Mutual Life Assurance Society, I m 65 
Kalice of Handel Sale of Powell's Anvil at Put- 

liekV, 4 .» n A-o ; 6 o— 9 j 8 / 
littligions Intolerance in Tipperary, 11 9 7/ 

Tceck ^uciJty, Annual Meeting, 12 m fiy 

Kensn (M ) on Gteruumy and Prance in Union, 

I7a5a 
i;unalM«tiani vLaid) at Becalti, 21 a 13 if 
Kent, Large Landowners Allowing 10 p«»r Cent. 

tM^ to their TenanU. 17 « 7 </-- 19 m 8 /-^23 

m 5 «— 14 ; 6/— 16 / 5 <> 27 y 11 <f 
the Pnnca of Wales Intends to Kaoiit 20 



per Cent on the RanU of bia CoraialiT«n«Sij 

for Three Years. 16 m 9/ 
Repton School Siieech Day, S4i 6 a 
Researches on the Vekicity of Ligh«« SI a 5 • 
Restitation by a Burglar, 3 a 19 ^ 
R evenu e Returns, 1 a 1 1 a 
EEVIBW8:— 
Agamemnon Traneiatad by tke Ead of 

Carnarvon. 2 j 6 '" 
American Aliuanac. by A. B. Spofed, 10 

a75 
Aylward. Alfnsd, the TnuiarMd of Tindif. 

18 a 3 ri 
Bain, Dr. Akz., Edncatioa aa % 8dane%Sl 

a55 
Boulger, D. C England nod R a sei s is 

Central Asia. 16 a 9 « 

Brian Boru, a Tragedy, 12 « 4 e 

City of London Directory, 10 a 2 b 

Clifford and Rickards, Laeua BOmM 

Report, 10 J 6 5 

Commercial Publicationa, IS « 6 a 4 5 

Dennie, George Otiea and C w Mi l ihi if 

Etruria. 31 m 4 a 

Dictionary of Ansarioaniaiiie, IS « 8 a 

Diderat and the Encyclopedtata. 16a 3/ 

Direetoriea. Colonial, 10 a 7 5 

Drew, Fred., Northern Barrier of lodia, 1^ 

;3s 

Eliot, George, Impraeaioo af T houy b m it w 

Such, 5>4d 

Gallenga. A., the Popaaad tha Kiiif»S1 a4' 

Gordan. J. B. U., Four Leeftwaa 00 ^mtk 

Electric Induction, 9 1 6 < 

Hamley, Major Gen. House of Lye, lOiSf 

Heifer, Dr. and Madame, TVavala io Syris, 

i2yoc 

Hope. Mark. Prodigal Daughter, TjfSc 

index to The Tim§M Newepapar, 6m^^ 

Jackson. Lady, Old Paris, 18 a 3 5 

Kennedy, Capt. CUu-k, Arctic Rcgioos Mri 

Back. 12; 5 if 

Jitters from Muekaka, 12 i 6 if 

Life of UU R. H. the Prince Coaeort, by 

Theodore Martin, 30 a 5 o— 4 i 4 a 

Mscdonell Agnes, Qnaker Couaina, 2 |5 < 

MachiavelU and his Timea, by ViUaii, 15 « 

3a 

Mamo. Kmat, on Egypt, ISj 5 a 

Markham. Capt.. Great FrttMn S«^ 12 ; 5 ' 

M*Gregnr, Col^ Joom^ through Khofassa. 

15 <f 8 cf 

Military Handbooks for OIBoeri» ftcu, 9j5/ 

Morley*s Life of Diderot, 16 « 3 / 

> Voltaire, 16 a 4 o 

Na^h, W., Oregon, 12; 5 d 

Oliphant, Mre^ Within the Preciiieta, 10 j 



5e 

Palmer. Samuel Index to The TimM, 5 a o « 

Payn. James, Under One Roof, 27 m 5 d 

Political Correepondonce of J*>tderigk tkf 

Great, 2 7 4 « 

Recent Novels, 7^5 e— 10 ; 5 e 

Roche, U. A., on Trek ia the Tno^fuk " 

t5 d 
Sayoe, Rev. A. H., Babylonian Lit«at«% 

3 / 11 d 



%Tttit 30, 1879.] rxLVBR's index to " thk timm " kewspapeb. 



Bo-1 



(coiiftiiiie<(). 

ttfmpMNi, M. C. M ^ WhiBie's Hntory, 10 / 

hd 
fiftEcltvB, JolkD, Utmy in RoniAiice, Ac., 16 

«^— Stanford** Coai}>eiiditim of Qeognph/ and 

TimTeLl3/»c 

en GoviMiiieiit ftabsidtes, &e., 257 b 

Sturfis, Jnliaa, an AccomplislMd Qende- 

man, 7> 6 e 

t4maiyim, Alfred, tiM Lorer'tT^o. iJmbe 

That Artf al Vicar. 7 ; 6 c 

-'-^ WilkiQMm, 81r T. &,, Manoars and Cttstomt 

of the- Ancient K^tiasi, 13 a i a 
Wilaon, John D. D., Life of hj Dr. George 

«liitti,l»«i« 

: Koto on, 1ft all if 

Wolieley, Sir Oamet, Llfeol,b> C. R. Low, 

-^-^ «e «Im BooKt 

»ynridi f Sir Joabna) Sale of hie Chuir,- U a^ e 
RModcndnme, Annual Show at Bagghot, 16 ; 

Mchiltoii-Gat4M*(Hr.) Heal^^f» 1 » 8 » 
HUhiioBd, Church Agttetion at, 4j €d 

OboMtMalaJ MtaiBf Oompanj, 6^7/ 

—— Sortieuitaral Soeie^. 16 m 7 a 

■ ■ ' ■ Aimual Sliow, 87 j 7 « 

ttidiflff (G«L) Upon Bntraaco Scholarshipe, 3 j 

lit 
IMegaU and Redhm AfriealtuTal Societj, Meet- 
ing' a» Agricultttfal £dacatioii» 14^ ai ft a 
<Bio Tinto Company, 10 m 8 « 
'Bipan Dioeaee and its Hew Churches, 12 a 13 4 
Hitaaliam at the Cape, :B4 a 11 4 

in Urerpool, 8 w 10 'f 

— -* Bp. of ManGhceter an, 1 m 10 ^ 
HlTer PoUiitioB, 8 m 11 ft 
— « Serera OamiBiMici^en Meeting, ft m 8 c 
mvwa ConaaeraDey Bill, 28 a 12 /'— 6 m 10 c— 

26 M ft ft— S8 m 4 <— 19 ; 9 / 
Rivington, near Mancheitar, Election bj the 
IfariehiaBeni far a Now Incunbeat, 11 a 8 c — 
8m«c 
' — — Bp. of Manchester to the Electors, 11 a ft € 
iiobbailee by BttUffS, 8 a 8 e 
Kobbery of the Custom House Traasury at 

Charsoa by MihttfsU. 18 ; ft r A </-19> 7 if 
9ttbectB (JL 8.) Railway Dining Cars. U i 8 ^ 
liobinsan (Capt.) War in South Africa. 19.; 12 c 

(4. €.) an tha Masterpieces of Dvnatello at 

Kensinglon Museum. 8 m 8 /* 
B0diestar(Bp. of) Circular oa Fomgu Missions, 
U«l»« 

Latter to Mr. Sanders. 19 la 12 « 

on Frvaching Sutioiis, 4 ; 6 <f 

Hodgtte (John; oa the London Seliool Board* 10 

>«• 
ikidwell (Ranter) on the Liceasiag Law Anead- 

mant. 16 s 7 / 
Bseboek (— ) tm the Mbiisterutl Policy. 9 m 9 s 
Hsgers (A.) Eaiployuaent of Natires id India, 3 

; l€ 

Factory LcgisUfioa for India. 7 o 8 A 

Mlinon (a.y ftfodiicatfon of the External As- 
pects of Mature by Man*s Interfarence, SOai 8 c 
Moit (T.) on ihe Efary Day Practice, 15 n 7/ 



Roman Antiquities in the Tiber. 9 m 9 e 

Catholic Chaplains and Wortthousea. 4 ; 10 d 

Chtirch, Changes and Appointrooiis, 7 « 

6«-8a ia«A<r— 9it 10 ft— 18 a 6/' 
Coofrateiaities Established in England. 

Epiaoopste, Annual Conferanee, 14 m # / 



Paupers. Refusal at Birmingham to Pay 



a Priest, 22 w 9 /* ^ ^ , 

New Church in Cadogon Street, Chelsea, 



2 m 11 e 



Opened at Kilbum. 9 si 7/ 



Forum. 14 ; 8 /* 

Bums at lluecen— the Villa of Mario weiler, 

23 M ft e 
Honmaes (Geo.) Physiology of Beereatien, 11 « 

Romano-British Tomb DIacoTered at Hampatead 

Norris. 14 m 6 c 
BMMAiaA:- 
^— Anns for. 24 m 7 if 
Bill to Confer E<|uality ef CHilBl^ts on 

Jews, fta7rf- 706ft 
— - Cattle Pbgue iu, 28 in 7 • 

Chambers Dissoired. 8 a 7 ft 

Court News, 2ft o ft c— 80 a 7 ft— 8 « ft ft- 

I6i8ft 

Diplomatic Dinner, 18 a 8 ^ 

. Elections, 19 a 7 ft— 24 a ft s— 22 » ft < -28 

M ft «— 31 m 7 c— ^3 / 7 ft 

an«l Italy. 9 a ft ^ 

Jews in. 28 i 10 A 

Madsl to Commemorate the Independcn<;« 

of. 10 a ft (f 
MiscelUncoua News, 22 a ft if— 28 a 7 fc— 

28 a 7 <f— ft m 8 a— 6 m ft a A c— 9 m 6 c— 15 »« 

ft€-l9m8ft-4y5«-9>7y— U jftrf-13 ; 

5 rf— 18> 5 «f— 23 ; 8 ft— 2ft ; 7 </— 27 ; 5 # 
Officers J'reiient a Sword of Honour to 

Prince Charles. \> m ft c— 23 m 6 c 

OrdOiS Presealed to the Prince, 26 m 8 «— 

.Sjbd 

Parliamentary News, 8 w ft ft 

Railways, bald 

Royal Birthday, 21 a 7 s 

Sentence on Five Jews for Distuibsnce, »♦» 

« ft s 

Tobseco Monopoly, Bill to Cancel, 12 a 7 rf 

— I8a 6 6 
Roetcodale Union of Liberal Clubs, Meeting of, 

3;9< 
Boaelyn (Lord) on the Lodge of Antiq«itA% 28 / 

9/^ 

BO0MBLIA BASnaOf :- 

Aleko Posha to Wear the Feii 28 la 5 ft 

Reception of . 28 m ft ft 

Public Entry into PhiSippopolis, 29 m 6 ^ 

in tlie (Situation, 19 m 7 <f 

Appointment of Governor in Debate, 12 a 

7 6—17 n ft 6—18 a ft a— 22 o ft c— 29 a ft <y 
and Changes, )26 m 8 o— 30 m ftd— ft> ft 4 



— 10i7cf 
— an I Bulgaria. 14 m 7 « 
Cbrrespondence of iha Bulgarias Delegafca 

««d the Marquis of SaUihvy, tmf^f 
- ■ Note on, ft m 8 a 

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BonmeUft— SMiem (touiinutd), 

— CommifMon of Delkoitattoa, 21 ml t 

— — Dtlcgatei in £iigluid» 1 m U c 

-— » Europtan ComniiMioD. ft ; 6 a 

— — £zt«nsioa of RuMian Oceapatioa, %m&t 

tht Frontier DiOciilty, 9> 7 • 

■ NegocUtions, 6 m ft • 

tht UMddr«tt and Uie Ntw Flaf, ij 7 i^— 

12/4/ 
— — Hutory of the PrtMntNtcociatkNi betwaan 

tha Oraat Powers, 31 a 8 e 
— - InstallatloB of tha Ooranior, 14 m 7 ft — 16 

IN ft C 

— -— iBtaraational ConmiMion on the Caattitu- 
tion for, 2 a 3 c & <f— 7 a 6/— 7 a 6 ft-*ll a 8 
d-ie a ft d— 17 a ft h^%i a ft d-^2S a 7/— 38 
a 8 c— 80 a 7 </-9 m 8 tf^lO m 7 a— 20 in 7 • 
--80 la ft a -4i ft •-38.; ft ft 

— — > Mitcellaneouf Newt, 4 a ft if— 11 a 3 if— 18 
a ft d — 1 m ft d^^S m 1 < — ft m 8 a-^6 m ft a— >19 
m 8 a— 13 m ft a— 17 m 7 ft-*31 m 7 ft & <f— 32 
ai ft c^24 m 7 a & if~36 m 7 e--30 m ft r—Sl 
w7c— 3 j8ft-6yftft— 7> 7e4 if-9|7/— 
10 i 7 «— Uy ft «f-14 ; 7 fl A d— 18> 8 4-17^ 

7 e— 187 ft e— 19> 7 rf— 31 > 7 e—Sft / 7 •— 38y 

8 »-80 ; 8 a . 

— the Mixed Occupation, I a ft d— 2 a ft 4— ft 
a 7 c— 10 a ft if--l2 a 7 4— 13 a 7 </— 14 a3 d 
— 18 a 8 if-^m 7a 

New Goremor, 30 a 7 d— ft m 7 c 

Official Correipondenco aboat» 14^ 11/ 

•— ~ Outrage on Jewi at Karlore, 26 ;' ft c 

Proposal to Mobilize the Gymnastic Societiat, 

14a3< 

— Reception of the New Gorarnor, 37 m 7 cf 
--29 m ft a— 31 m 7 c 

and Russia, 16 a 5 cf— 32 a ft if— 29 a ft a — 

8 m 7 a— 23 m5 hke 
Russian Eracuation, 5 m 7 c— 6 m 5 c — 8 m 

ft n— 9 w ft (f— 19 M 7 <f— 27 m 5 a--2 ; 7 <f-~3 

j ft ^ — 4 I 5 r — ft ;' 5 ft — 6 / o 4 
— — Policy in, 16 a 1 1 a 

■ ■ ■ Proclamation of Eracuation, 10 fa 7 J — 

16n»& c 
Kaatem Pasha Appointed GoTernor, 5 a 7 cf 

— 16aft a 

Signing the Organic Statute, 28 a 7/ 

— - Gen. Stolypine*s General Order, 19 m 7 d 

— Two Imperial Finnans. 2 7' 7 c 

and Turkey, 13 la ft «— ft ; ft rf— 12 / 4/ 

Rozborghe (Duke of) Health of, 13 m ft/— 16 m 

10/— 19 w 8 e— 31 ml d 
Rowing Styles, 3 a 4 / 

Royal Academy Exhibitron, 3 m 4 a— 12 m ft a — 
:t6fa5c— 2/»a— 6y4c 

Annual Dinner, ft nt ft ^ 

— New MeoLbef, 20.; 9 / 

Reform of, 1ft m 10 d 

~— ^— of Mu>ie Competitions, 1 1 a 7 a-*2 m 10 ft 
— — I.«ectun'S before, 8 la 10 a 
— ^ Agrieuhural, Benevolent Institution, 7 m 12 
/—IBwft/— 19; 9/" 

Society, Meeting, ^j&f 

of Council 8 la 6 «f— 24 »i 11 cf 



Sbaw, 2ft } 13 <— 27 j 8 4— 30> 13 a 
Note on. 10/9/ 



Royal Albert Hall Anatwr OnhMtcal Sodtf/ 

Cancerts, 4 a 10 /— 19 all/ 

« AssaoUof ArouMlfor t>alt»a4nla Fuad, 

21 a IS s 

CoBoarta, 14 ai 18/ 

Electric Lighting at, 1ft a 11 d 

Qraad Op«ffatic CooearftAt^ 28 ;' 13 

i«4 



Sunday Concerts at, 8 ; 9/ 

— Astronomical Sociaty, Papaia Band Man, 
16 /ft a 

— Asylum for Incurablea, at Putii^, and tiv 
Case of Mr, Stringer* 11 a 4 f-^Vi a T/— Us 
4tf— 18 a 114 

of St. Ann's School^ Annual Maetiii. f 



i«i 



Botanical Sodaty, Gtrmaa Enpsaaa Visiti 
the Gardens of, 20 m 11 /— 22 m 11 4 

New Fallows, 38 a 8 a-^13^«i • 4--M m I 



e— 16 1' 18 4— SOi IS ft 

Showa, 19 1' 13 d 

Spring Exhibition, 34 a 12 a 



British FamaU Orphan Aayliim» 7 a i I s 
Caledonian Asyhun, Annual Diaaer, 18; 9« 
- Annilal Fancy Draea Ball, >» | IS a 
Festiral, 7fa 12/ 



— Cambridge Asylum for Soldiers' Widsv^ 
16m 10c 

Annual Court, 28 m 10 s 

— Colonial I«stitota. Can?enaaoB% 3> 8d 
ftfeetings, ftj U <f— 12 j 14 d— 38y 7 s- 



30; 8 c 

Gold Medal for «* Conspicuoua Brareiy,' 



3m ft< 

New Fellows, 10 a 11 ft— 34 a 11 s--fta 

11 c— 22 m 74 

Papers Read before, 17 m 7 •— 11 j 7/ 



— Cornwall Agricultural Society, 16i9/ 

— Courts of Justice^Opeuing oJ[ the ' 
End, 18 a 10 ft 

Notices about, 19 a ft </— 23 a 10 / 



— Dublin Society, General Meeting, 7 j 13^ 

Dr. Frazar Shows a Copy of Tessa's 

Maps, 21 a 5 c 

— Deportation of Criminals ta Siberia, ll^ft' 

— Effigy on Our Coins, 26 m 8 < 

— • Exchange Assurance Corporation. 19 ; 9a 

— Geographical Society, Anniversary Msetiflffi 
28 m 7 c 

— Awards of Prize Medals, 9 m 1 1 e 
Meetings, 24 Ml </— 27i 13 a 

Papers liead before, 2;> a 10 A-lSffftc 



— Horticultural Society and tha Boyal Coo* 
missioners of I80I, 7 a 7 <f 

Meeting, 16 m 9 / 

New Fellows, 10 a 10 o— I2y 1^/ 

Shows, 9 a 11 A- 24 a 12 a-30a 11/- 



-^- o( IitImiuL. 1? o «i /• 



14 m 12 /•— 26 m 13 c— 28 m 10 c— II ; W >- 
2u; 13<^-26; 11 rf— 27i9/ 

— Hospital for Incurables, Putney, 6 m 10 s 
— 19> 7 < 

— Ilouaehold Appointments, 30 a 9 e—T a l^ 
a— I4m lOs— 17 m 10 < 

— Humane Society, Awarda for Saring U^r 
21 « 6 rf— 29 m 1 1 ./— I9i J 1 / 

— Indian ringinoerinxr C^nega, 23 ; 11/ 

— [iilirnisrv /«ir Cliildmi riuI NVuukmi. i»'^^ 



h> 






Ku« 



Rojal lattituttoC Bcitlfb ▲vchitecti, MMting, U 
jB/^Hy 10/ . . 

iDititution, Annoal Meeting, 2 m7/ 

New Membtr*. 10 a 6 /—* ; • 

Papers Read befoie, 12 a 6 /— 18 m\$d 



->-27 at 6 f^Sft-M 10 /^7 ; 8/ 

— Irieh Academj. 16 a 11 /-2I a 12 c 

— Literaxy Fund, 90th ADoirenMrj Celebra* 
tioD, 9 m 4 a 

— Lirei: Friendly Society, 29th Annual Meet- 
faif. 17 y«/ 

^^ Mail Steam Packet Company, 10 a 7 «— 1 
mSd 

— Maaonie Inttitntion for Girle, AnniTarsary 
FettiTal, 15 m 10/ 

School, Summer Fettiral at the Alexandra 



Palace,. 28i 5/ 

— National Life-Boat InititutioD, i a 10/ 

Annual Report, 20 m 6/ 

— « Meetings, 2m U e— 7 ; 18 b 
Nev Boat, 29 m 10 / 



— Naral School, New Cress, Annual 
28 SI 6/ 

— Normal College for the BUnd, 28 ; 9 /* 

— Obsenratory Greenwich, Official Report, 9 
j%h 

— Polytechnic New Entertainments, Bald 

— School for Army Officers* Daughters, An- 
nual Meeting, 3 a \0 d 

Military Senrii^ at St Paul's to Aid, 26 



a 9e 



— — Society, Names Proposed for Election, i a 

10/ 

■ CooversBzione. 2 m 8 s 

New Fellows, 5 a 12 e— U ; 12 e 

— • Inventions and Works of Art Exhibited 

before. 2 m 5 e 

■ hold Telephonic CouTecse with Burling* 
ton House, 4 a 10/ 

Rugby School. 12 m 18 a~21 y 12 h 
Russell (Lord Odo) Movements of. 18 / 5 /* 

1 W. H.) CoL Gordon and the KhediVe. 8 a 

12 e 

— Appointments and Chsngea. 2/8 r— 1 7 i 7 e 

— in Asia, 8 ; 5 s 

"^ Attempt on the Life of the «'z»r. i/i a 5 <r— 

16a5a--i7 a 5 d-^l^ a 6 a 
— — Arrest and Account of the Would »>e 

Assaasio, 18 a 8 </— 16 a 8 «'— 1 7 .< 5 rr — . 8 a 5 

if— 19 a 7< 
Arrests. 99 o 8 A- 6 ; 6 rf— 19 / 7 A 

■ and Discoveries of Bombs. Ac. 27 m 1 H 
— CongratuUtory Telegrams and Addre^tfles 

to, 16 a 8 e— 21 a 8 d-^^Z a 7 c— 28 abd 
Rejoicings on the Escape of, 16 «i 8 e 
Senrices on the Escape. 15 a 9 <<-]6 a 5 

0—17 a 5 f — 18 o 8 a— ly a 7 c & S-.21 a 12/ 

— Brutal Treatment of a Jew at Karnabad, 
20|a7(f 

*- in Central Asia. 26 i 7 tf 

— Change of Taxes, 28> 7 s 

— and China, 28 a 8c^J7 m 7 c— 26 jh€ 

— Conflagrations in, 2 ; 8 a— 23> IJ 

— Conscription, 23 i 8 « 
■— ConTirt* tn SilM»ria. 1 m ."i tl 



i 



Rofliin (continwd), 

Court Martial on Four Ma!es and Six Fe- 
males, at Kiefif, for Rebellion, 16 m 5 </— 81 m 
78 

News, 29 a 8 <— 1 m 8 if~-26 m 8 a— 29 w^ 

Hdk «— 9i 8 fl-ioy 7 </— 11 ; 8 rf— 26^ 6 e 
Removes to the Summer Residence, 98 



• 88 

— Detention of Telegrams for Germany, 6 j 6 8 
-*- Disturbances at Rosto£F, 21 a 8 e 

— and Eastern Roumelia, 18 ; 8 ^ 

— Education, 29 m 8 cf— 28/ 7 1 

— and Egypt, 12.; 7 c 

— Evacuation of lEloumelia and Bulgaria, 18 • 
5 8^12 ; 7 a 

— ^ Expedition into Russo-Armenia, 19 m 7 s 
'* Exploration in Asia, 4 / 5 c 

— Finance. 4 a 8 d^b a 7 d^\l aBd 

— Floods in, 28 a 7 c— 24« 5 f 

— — Fresh Issue of Bonds, 12 m 8 a 

— German Press on the State of, 7 m 8 6 

— Grand Military Review in, 19; 7 8 

— Gymnastic Societies, Order to Dissolve, 19 
m86 

— Health of the Grand Duchess Pavlovna, 
81 m 7 rf— 2 ; 8 c- 8 > 6 rf— 10 j 7 rf— 11 j6a 
-.&<f-l2>7c— 18; 6rf 

— Houses Infected by the Plague Burnt. 2 « 8 # 

— Import of Rags from, in the Tyne Dock, 8 
a9e 

— Incendiary Flree in, 29 m 8 d— 2 ; 8 r— 4 j 
88 

— Jews at Kieff Tried for Mutilating themselves 
to Avoid Conscription, 9/ 7 s 

— Jnridicial Society, Meeting on Banishment 
to Siberia, 80 m 8 c 

— Measures of Police in, 26 m 5 a 

— Medal of the Red Cross, 16 ) 7 f 

— Medical Establifbment in, 7 a 6 8 

— and Merv. 1 7 a 1 1 a 

— Military Law in, 29 m 6 a ' 
Service Reduced, 27 ml d 



- Miscellaneous News. 4 a 8 c/~ 12 a 7 (f— 18 
a 8 rf— 26 n 6 </— 28 a 8 r— 1 m 8 r— 7 w 1 c— 
16 m 5 rf-24 m 7 f—26 m 7 rf— 6 / 6 «— 7 j 1 c 
— 14 . 7 (1-16 ' 7/~l»y6r— 19/7 (f— 20/8 
€-*! 7 e \h j7 d'-'ll ; o r & d— 28 ; 7 c^ 
BMj 7 « 

- N<'W Order* I-nued 16/86 

Official OnJers. 21 i 6/j 

Ord.nunce iMiied Ordering all Hoxise^ to 

have a purer at their Doort to l-*reve.!t Pla- 
card* bci'.g Po-ited, &c.. 2.J a 7 ^ 

— — — to Uutiniiikers aiui PoMessors of Guns, 
^8 'I 7 c 

Outbreak of Ty, bus in Astrnkhan, 9 ^ 5 s 

— !«'. nt 7 d 

PhPhI Bull A.lowed in Poland, lO; 7 c 

Plsgue Kestrtctionn. 9 " 5 « 

Nutii'o abt>u(. • i <i 6 n 

iin<l Folaml. L3 </ T c 

Puliiical Offender i apiured. 12 a 7 <f 

Poll Tax, 7 f/ 6 A 

-«— Frees on International Law as Regards Re» 

gicides. 28 a 8 c 
Prison Discipline in. 12 a 9 c 

Roformn. W « W b 



BuA 



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[A^dfflo 



Knfliia (cmtiiMed). 

800 Priioiiers Drafted off to SibeiU, tt m 5 

rf— 21 ;7rf 

Repre•^ion hi, Note on, 18 m 10 a 

K<rVolulioni8tfi in, 23 o Ad 

Stringent OrderB Arising from. 28 o 8 / 

Huumanien Hebrews Not Allowed to Enter, 

ISmb d 
Rumoured Abdication, i Filse Report, 9 

m 5 4 

— Sacred Picture over the Sirlour'e Gate In- 
jure. I by a BuUet, 2 ; 8 c 

the JSahaUi, Butpeoded for Eight Monthi, 

18 m 5 c 
Samara, Bills Sutlng the Town will be 

Fired. 24 m 7 <f 

Sanitary Reforms, 1 1 a 6 & 

— St. Petersburg in a State of Siege, 1 m 11 e 
-8m5cr 

— Scholastic Dress. Cirenlar Ordering, 18 ; 6 d 
Search for Prohibited Books at Odessa, in 

Booksellers' Shops, \Bm6d 

Sacred Murders in, 28 ; 7/ 

Socialistic RevolutionisU m, 4 ; 8 a 

and Switferland, 28 a 7 c— 10 m 7 c 

— Gen. Todleben Arrives at Odessa as Go- 
▼emor-General of South Russia, 15 m 5 « 

Suppresses the Krimskw ZMiton, 1ft m 5 & 



— Troops Returning from Turkey, 10 ;' 7 c 

— and Turkey, 6 m 5 c— 9 m 5 6— 10 an 7 a— ft 
y ft «-~li.; 7 a 

— Twrkuitun Review, 26 j 7 e 

— Turnpike Uoad from Alezandropol to Kara, 
in Construction, 28 } 7 c 

— Ukase on the late Assassinations, 19 a 7 s 

— and the Vatican. 12 j 7 e 

— Trial of a Noble, a Lady and a Student, for 
Treason^Sentauoe, 29 m ft d—Sj ft </— ft ; ft e 
— Ui7ft 

of a Ruisian Officer, for Viring at a Gen- 
darme, 26 a 7 '/ 

of SaloTieff, the would be Assassin, 24 a 



fty — 25 a ft d — 4 jBe 

Three Russian Students, for High Trea- 



son, fee Cbiminal Teials 
Russian ICmbassy, 16 a 9 e->6 m 9 /— 26 f9J 

Geographical Society, Papers Read before, 

17alla 

Russo-Turkish War, Final Report of the Stafford 

House Committee, 9 i 1 1 / 
Rutland (Duke of) Protection on Reciprocity, 2 

mile 

S. 
Sadders* Company, Court Dinner, 24 a 11/ 
Sailors' Home snd Asylum, 2 ; 6 i 
Orphan Girls' ^hool and Home, Jubilee 

Festival. 10 m 12 c 
Sale of Lord Braybrooke's Shorthorns at Audley 

End, 28 ; 12 f 

of Shorthorns, 27 / 11 <f 

Salisbury (Bp. of) on Auricatar Confession, 1 1 

(Lord^ Correction of his Speech on the 

Treaty of Berlin, 7 m7 d 
OD the Political Situation, 1 w 10 <f 

— Cathedral, Choral Festival at, 26 m 9/— 80 
« 6« 

All 



Salisbury Diocesan Mission Festiral, 19 ai 1SI 
Salmon at the Antipodee, 2y ft tf 

Di!«eape, 8 m 11 c~19m 8 cf— 12/9 tf 

and TnmC «t the Antlpodee, 9> 9 e 

Salvador, Minerals in. 17 m 19 < 
Samoan Isles. Outbreak in, 19 « 7 i— 14 m 3 r« 
28 a 8 d^l9 m 8 c 
— under Qermaa Intueneev 6/84 
San Francisco. Paision Pfaiy at, 16 m i < 
Sanden ifi. W.) on Si. Jaoee'b Hatphaw- 90a 

18s. 
Sandwich lelftnds, Popnktton of, 9 i € tf 

Trade of, 7j ft h 

SaniUry Institnte of ^reat Britnia. 19 j 14 d 

Annual Meeting, 80 m ft/ 

Scienee, NoC« on, 19 ; 8/ 

Santo Barbara Gold Mining COnipaaT, 98 a II e 
Savage Club. Annual Dmner, 16 j 6 1 
Savings Banks, Parliamentaiy Retmn, 7 • 64 
Sayce (A. H.)'on the Dieootwiiw of Dr. BcUie- 
mann, 11 1 ft/ ' 

St. Alban's Cnacdral, Restoration, 6 m 8 tf 

Painted CeiUngt at, 1ft m 11 ft^HI ai 16e>- 

20ai 12</ 
Si. Andrew's ynivertity. Award el iht Giiiini 
Scholan>hip, 22 ■ 8 « 

Dr. Beaney Endowi a Ohair of tfvBcineat, 

26>10e 
- * Degrees Conferred, 24 a 6 • 
St. Anne's Society Schools, Ammal lfaelii«; 18 
;12/ 

Election of Candidatae, 14 / 11 /* 

St. Bamabaa, Pimlioo, Mr. Knoz-Iit'tle Didintt, 

6iiifti^ 
St. Crispin's, Bermondsfy, 94 / ft ^ 
St. DaT.d's College, Limpelcr, K«w Welsh Fke- 

fessor, 17 IN 6/ 
St. Giles's Cathedral, EdiBbuigh, Rasleralionof 

19 a 8y— -6 m 10 c 
Si. Qothard Tunnel, 6 si 8 4 
St. James*s Hatcham, 1 1 o 4 ft^l9 m 19 e-90 
M 18 s 

Park, 10 a 9 r 

•^ Proposal for aThoroughfaraffmn TieMcia 

Street to Pali Mall, 10 la 19 a 
St. John Ambulaaoc Aseociaiion, Mestiag to 
Inaugurate a Central School, 6 ei 10 s 

Royal Presidents to Branehes, 16 « 19 a 

of Jerusalem, Order of, 9ft y 7/ 

Miles Platting, Monttion agaiaat thefiaetor, 

17jf4s 

Bishop of MancbestOT oa the AttABpi to 

Destroy, Bm 5 f 

del Rey MiidtigK^onpany, i%ml\f 

St. Katberine's Nurses and th6<Q«ieen, ft f^/-* 

7-^ll/-t f 8^—80/6/ 
St. Mary, Cardiff, Improvenienla in, 9t^\(d 
St. Mary Cathadral, Edtntrarfh, Retlbl«ll99 ^ 
7/8/ 1 

Hospital, 28 / 12/ 

M«dieal Sdhool, 8 «a fO /" 



St. Michael and St. George, Orders QoniNNd,8 
mftrf— 4j8f ^^^ 

St. Paul, Curious ControTersy on tke 
Aiipearance of, 19 a 7 c 

St. Paul*s Cathedral Deooration. 81 m 6 « 

Bach's " i'ai'aion Music " at, 9 e 11 *' 



3'llB« so. 167$.] TALUMafu UIBBE T# ^ THB TIMKS " XBWtPAPftX. 



She 



it. Paul's CMhcdjT*!, BUiek Mlld6w on, 19 « 6 d 

^ FettnraiC^iortl Serrio* at, 9 n 10 c 

Qnnd MUiUrjr SonriM at, 84 a 9/-2e 

a 9< 



tk«Jndfetat,23ja« 
■ Kew CaDOD, 5 « 18/ 
Pnbend, 6 m 10 tf 

PfMcliert for tht Month, 8 m 7 /— 80 m 

— Eccletiological Sodetj, 5 a 13 < 
School,. OppoaitioD Dionar, 27 j 10/ 

Bt. Fat«r*a Orphan and Convaleacent Homes, 

Semioa at Lambeth Palace to Aid, 16 i 12 </ 
St. Philip^ Maidstone, Ee-constcration of, 80 m 

9f 
Si. SepBlchra*a Church, Holborn Viaduct, Re- 

•toration. Notea about, 10 o 1 1 cf— 16 a 9 e 
St Stanialaa, Centenarj of, Celebrated at Cra- 

.eov« 1& at 6 d 
it. Swithtn'a Church, Lincoln, Kev Chancel for, 

1 a lAd 
Schfiamaon (Dr.) and the Palace of Priam, 12 a 

8c 
.— Ttoj and tha Heroic Tombs, 10 j 5/ 
fiolnol Bqaid Expenditure, Notes on, U J 7 /*- 

iCj U 6— 20 J 10 </— 27 I' 10 a 

Sarings Banks EaUblithed in Brazil, 4 / 6 a 

Bcientiilc Bzpeditions, 4 a 10/ 

PffedictiMS, 2 ai 3 h—Z m 7/-6 ai 12 a— 

Sclatar C--) Lecture on Parrots, 80 «i 9/ 
Saetc h Churah, Retuiaof Communicants, 27 ai 

11/ 
Law of Entaila, 27 m 13 a 

Poor Lawa, Mr. Croaa'a Bill for Amending, 

Seotland, Angling is. 26 m 6 a 

— Dia-Eatabliahment in. Correapondeoce a- 
booft, 24 i 10 a— 26i 11 /— 28 ; 6 f 

' Meeting, 10 m 12 if 

. Dinner ta the Lord High Commissioner, 22 

■a 6 a 
.iG*tt (Oldrad) on St. Alban*s Painted CeiUngs, 

20 m 12* 
Soat^jTT. C.) Agricultural ProapeeU, 28 j 5 a 

Our Crop Prospects, 80 ai 11 a 

Seottlah Amicable Life Aaaurance Society, Be- 

pott, 2ai 7c 
, — I- Australian Inveatment Ccmpanj, 12 ai 9 e 

Mining Cumpanj, 12 ai 9 c 

.— <— Coiporation, Meeting, 19 « 12 e 

— ^ General Aaaembliea, Annual Slttiaga, 28 m 

10 1/*24 ai 7 /— 27 ai 9 a-40 ai 6 tf— 81 mid 
f8ii-^;8/— 5>4a 
Aasemb^v of the Free Church, Slttinga, 



*iio/ 

*— laptflal Inanraaea Company, 5 la 9 d 
Pronndal Aasoiaaca Companj, 22 a 7 a— 

28 a 13 * ^ 
~^ tTolao and National Lisuranoe Companji 9 
. iaj(a 
'— ^ WSdowa* Fund and Life Aaauianoe Sooietr, 

26ail8a 
Se^w Ptopofalon, 12 a 8 a 
Sea Birda, Note an, Ua 8 a 
Seeing the Country-^d Man making a Tour on a 

Ponjr, 29 & 6-/ 



Seeda, Diatribution of, 8 ; 6 «r 

Seelay (Profeaaor) Stndj of Hiatorj, 21 m 12 / 

—29 alio/— 7; ay 
Selwjn (Bp.) Learea for hia Diooeae. lOy 7 a 
Senranta Liveries, Note about, 9 a 11 a 
SBBVIA:— 
Albanlana Croaa into, 19 a 7 a — 22 a 5 c 

— — Annireraarj of the Independence of. Cele- 
brated, 26 fJd 

Boundary Commiaaion, 9 a 8 e — 10 a 8 d — 

16 a 6 e — 5 m 6 a — 6 ai 5 c — 9 m 5 e*-18 m 6 c 
—15 m 6 a— 29 m 6 d— 80 m 8 a— 16 ; 8 a— 21 ; 
7r— 28i8a 

Bridge over the Save, 28 m 5 e 

— * and Balgaria, 29 m 5 4— 11 7 8 e 

Conflicta with Albaniana, 28 a 7 6 & e 

Court Newa, 28 a 8 a 

Diacovery of CoL Gfola*a Body, Murdered 

by Boatmen, 6 m 5 £ 

— and England, Commercial Relations, 8 a 7/ 
*— Forty Wealthy Mahomedan Families Peti- 
tion to Settle io Belgrade, 14 a 8 a 

— Frontier Coaflicto, 21 a 7 a— 26 a 7 if— 12 ; 

7c 
— - Hallatorm in, 8y 6 e 
Jewa Granted Liberty to Rasida and Trada 

in any part of, 17 ai 7 6 
Miacellaneoua Newa, 7 a 6 fr— 18 a 6 c— 28 

a 6 <£— 5 m 8 a— 20 m 7 a— 21 m 7 <f— 28 m 8 e 

—26 M 7 a— 29 m 6 6—2 j 8 6— 4^ Sdii e-^B ; 

fi d^7 j 7 U^IQ I 5 d^iSj 8 d~24 J 5 d— 28 / 

7a— 30j8a 
Narrow Escape of Prince Milan from an 

Exploding Shell, 14 a 8 e 
^^ National Coinage Contracted for, 81 m 7 c 
-i — Railway Noticea, 26/8 d 
a Wounded Servian Soldier Roaatad Alira 

by the Retreating Albaniana, 22 a 8 c 
Severn (H. A ) on Reflecting Teleaoopes, 6j 11 d 
Sewage Farmmg, 27 m 7 J— 29 mil a 
Sewera, City Commiaaion of, Meetings, 2 a 11 a 

—24 a 10 /— 7 ai 11 /— 21 m 18 6- Uy 12 8— 

25 / 14 a 
Sewiil r Henry) Aid to the Sick and Wounded, 

14> 10 a 
Shafteabury (Lord) on Adulteration of Cotton, 

28 a 10 a 

— Factory Legialation for India, 7 a 8 8 
Shakeapeare and Bacon, 10 m 12 a 

— in Germany, 80 m 5/ 

London Houae, Demolition of , 9 m 9 a— 14 

ai7/ 

— Memorial Theatre, at Stratford, Opening of, 
22 a 8 a--24 a 11 a— 26 a 12 a— 29 a 12 6 

Spaniah Tranalation of, 24 m 8 a 

Shapwicb Church Reatoration— the Parlahlonars 

make the Beginning. 7 ; 7 a 
Shaw (Ejre M.) en Fire JBrlgadea, 2j 6/ 
-— ( Jamea) on Egyptian Finance, 10 a 8 e— 19 

m r2 6 
Sheare (A. N.; oa the Metropolitan Fira Brigade, 

80ai 11 / 
Shea (M. A.) on the Cuntoma In Egypt, 24 m*108 
Sheep, Diaeaaecf froiu America, 24 ai 7/ 
Sherbonxe^bool. 14 j 7 d 
Sheriffa, Electi6n of , 20 ai IS /- 81 ai 14 a— 20 J 

lld-;i5>8/^ 



She 



riLUKjt't iiijpBX rm '^ tmm rriiBft " M^ufArm. [Apnllto 



Sherry Lund of, 20 m 4/-« ; 11 /" 
BHIP NEWS:— 

Accident on Bo«rd tht Butuhir^^ OfilciAl 

Inquiry, 29 a 11 e 

Uie China, 24 m 9 « 

to A New Ste«m Tachi Sunk off St. MAry*t 



Itle,26a]2e 

to the Trtnt, at Biihia, 16 • 9 /* 



— Amnterdam ai an Ocean Port, hmlf 

Attempt at Toulon to Raise a Sunken Man- 

of-War, IB m T « 

Britiih Shipping. Note on, S a 6/ 

Case of Capt. Cbaddock. 21 a 9/ 

Channel Paaaage— the Catait-Douvrei, Em- 
ployed in, 12 m 9 r 

Colliiion tf the Ava and the Brenhilda, at 

Calcutta, 97 m 18 c— 2 j 7>— 9 ; 7 c 
•— — — of the Ban High and 'a Vessel Unknown, 
on the Lower Hope. 18 m 10/ 

of tha Bolivar and St. Jlf iVAc/, at Sea, 6 



;9s 



of the Brouphton and the I^om, off Daunt*s 
Rock, 17 m 10«" 

of the Canmda and the /^a^, in New Tork 



Harbour, 23 ; 7/ 

of the Citjf of Rio Janeiro and the Vs^t/y, 

at Sea, 14 m 7 </ 

Dunbffr Caatk and the C^«l»mi, in tht 

Channel, 20m 10 a 

of the Grosser Kurfurst, Official Inquiry, 



see Grosssr 

New Court Martial on, 29 m 6 e—lT j 



17*— 20; 10/ 



18 • 



of the M, Moxham and the Intrepid, 28 ; 

of the Oder and the Collector, 14/74 

of the Prinress Alice — Award to the 

Jurymen, 17 • 6 rf— -SO m 6/ 

of the S, A. Sadler and the A port i, 17 m 



10 e 



— Crossing the Atlantic in a Boat, 80 i 14 6 

— Cygnet Steamer, Inhumanity of Passing 
Steamers to, when in Distress, 8 m 6 e 

— Danube Steam Nayigation Company Re* 
sume their Service, 17 i Id 

— Disabled Steamer, 10 m 12 d 

— Disasters at Sea, I a i/—B a 9 /*— 7 alia 
—8 a 12 /— 10 a 5 rf-I4 « 8 d— 1*7 a 9/— 11 
a 11 /— 22 a 5 /— 24 a 11 a-28 u 18 o^-SO a 

12 /'—I m 7 if— 6 m 8 e— 12 m 9 c— 14 m 7 <i— 
16 m 10/— 19 m 12 e— 22 m 11 </— 81 m • /"— 2 

J 13/— 9 y 14 a— 1(5; 11 rf-18 f 7 e— 20j6d 
— 23> 8 s— 26 ; 12/-27 ; 10 /•— 80 m 8/ 

— Dock, New, at Tanjong, 8 m 7 / 

— Dreadnought Seaman*s Hospital, Meeting of 
the Court, 19 a 14 c 

— the JCuohratu, Makes the Swifest Passage 
through tne Sues Canal ever Accomplish^, 

13 mil a 

—^ Explosion on Board the Buteshire, in tht 
British Channel, 14 a 8/ 

the Black Swr.n, 80 / 18 h 

the Cerest in the British Channel, I a if 

— the Orpheus, 16 j 7 e 

the Streoneheth, at Vigo, 16 a 4/ 

the SmUina AusaUo, 21 m 7 d 

— Qas-Lifhted Buoys. 8 u 5 c 
ii2 



Ship Kewi (contitmscQ, 

Fire among the Shipping at >hi!k<W|iiit, 

14/8/^ 

■ on Board the Australian^ at Malta, 9 ml 
/— «m \0f 

the Cassa Marittima, at Car(fll( 18 alf 

the Georgian, in Millwjail>ocka, 24 m 7« 

■ iVii«€, off Gravesend, 14 a 11 • 

Orleans, off Hay's Wharf. 8 m T/ 

the Treal, at Antwerp, 9 ai ft e— 10 a 



12 e— 12 m 18/ 
— — Qerman Shipping Protection Act, 6 a 18 s 
Great Esistem, H&aled on her Qridiron, f 

a 10 c 
the Hooper, Carrying Powera of, 22 m T ^ 

— the Housso, Serious Charges by Saiknt 
against the Captain, Ac, 80 i 8 /* 

Launch of a Steamer at Blackwall, 17; "9/ 

— Loss of the Ava, 27 j % h 

Maritime Inquiry — the James SprsOt^ %m 

12 a • 

Mutiny on Board the Caswttt, 1 a 10 «— 21 

a 12e 

Nafigation in the Baltic, 6 « 18 c — I a7 i 

Overdue, 29 u 1 1 /*- 6 m 8 e 

— Patrirk Stewart, New Telegraph Ship, 80 s 
6/-lm9/ 

Port of Bolderaa Open for Narigation, IS 

a 7d 
Presentation to the Officer of the /JSiradbe^ 

for baring Eleren French Sailors in the Bay 

of Biscay, 8 m 5 s . 

— the Resolute, the Old Arctic, Notts on, 19 >' 
10 ft— 20 > 10 a 

Rogal Shepherd, Official Inquiry into ths 

Damage on Board the, 11 a 8 e 

Koyal Yacht Ox^me— Cruiae of the Dokt 

and Duchess of Con naught, Sj$f 

Screw Propulsion. 1 2 a 6 e 

Scuttling the Elizabeth Hamilton, ConTictiOB 

of the First Mate, 7.; 13 a 

Seizure of the liseount Canning, by Ilia 

United States Government, 6/9/ 

Seven Stones Lightship, Changt in Cha- 
racter of the Light, 23 m 6 c 

-~ Shipping Intelligence, see evtrg days paper 

Shipwrecked Seamen, Rescue of Three from 

** North Bishops *' Rock, 23 m D s 
Vessels, :ii ; 4 • 



— Steam Navigation in the Malay Seas, 1 ■ 
10/- 

— Stranding of the Btnarty, in China, 19 m lis 
City 0/ Paris, Official Inquiry into, 21 « 



8ft 



10 ft 



« of the Dershavdy at Cronstadt, 80/ 7 1 
- Guiseppina, off Yarmouth, 1 1 a 10 a 
Iron Duhs, at Shanghai, 10 m 11 a— 18 si 



»»- LaUa, 18 m 7 e 

of the Rouen, at Boulogne, 9 a 10 1 

of the Shunlee, in China, IV; 9 / 

— Testimonial to Capt. Wallape, for Safhig « 
Shipwrecked Craw, 4 a lOy 

— Through Freights to Western Amarfca, 17 
a 10 e 

— Trial of the Arah,^7 m 10 c 

— Wat*rfor«f Harbour; 20 mXOm' 



J«ra« SO, 1879.] PAiKMi's ivbkx to '^ tub TIM G« " MBWSPA1>K8. 



%fk 



8X19 K0WI (ron/tfiMed). 

. Wrtek Buaing, 8 a 10 6 

-~ Wr«ck«ge in Uie River at Bristol, Removal 

of » 80 ; 8 « 
— > ^ the Yacht Wattrsnake^ Ashore on the LoDf- 

QOie Boeka. 16 a 7 a 
-— > am ah9 Wrbcks 

Skipmaaten Society, Annoal Meeting. 11 j 5/ 
Showart (Major Gien.) on the Reduction of the 

Kative Armies of India, 16 a 6 / 
Sian, MisceHaneoue News, lii 7 e 
HieoMiie Ansbassadors, 8 m 5 J 

Smbasaf. 13 m lUtK-^^jOs 

Sibefja, Eaatam, 17 « 7 c 
fliddons (James) Land in Natal, 19 a 7 a 
iiiemens<UrO on the Electric Light, 1 m 11 <f 
Sierra LeiMie, Matacong taken Fosseseiun of bj 

the French, 11 a 3 a 
Slk Market in Italv, 1<; ai 11 a 

Trade of Macclesfield, 24 a 7 /— 9 m 5 a 

Silver, Demonetization, 4 a lU 6—7 a 11 d 

Plate. Old, Sale of, 7; 9 ^ 

Sropeon( Wm.)on Dr. SchUemann and the Palace 

of Priam, 12 a 8 a 
Sindair (U.) on Smeaton's Sddjrstone Light- 

hovae,25i 13 e 
Sifewright (J.) South African Tdegrapliy, 2 a 

Wk 
SUte Trada of North Wales, 28 a 3/ 
Slavery in Cuba. 9 a 6 tf 

in the Soudan—Great Conflict, 28 a 13 a 

Smelting without Fuel, New Process, 1U> 6 d 
{i»ich (GcoO on the Canal Boats Act and the 

Paddington Vaitry, 11 u 4./~20 >a 12 / 
'— — (Pn^aisor Bobartson) Case of, in the Free 

Church Assembly, Z\ m b d 
(W. U.) at tha Inaugural Banquet of the 

Bury Sk Bdmunds Conservative Association, 

9J6a 
— — ( W. J. B.) on Cleopatra's Needle, 28 m 7 /" 
Soiunlnn' Bock— Gibraltar, 26 a 6 d 
finnggliBg at the Orkney IiUnds. 7 m 1 1 / 
Veasd the Roajtlgn, Seized in Cadiz Bay, ?7 

ai I4e.*^iii6 6— 2;9ir-^12> IS d 
Soow (W . P.) on the Old Arctic JUsoiuU, 19/10 6 
Snow un Snowdoii, 24 w 12 d 
Siocial Scie ice Congress, Z ml f 

Notkw, 7 a 9 /• 

Sodtly of An iinarica. Annivenaiy Meeting, 22 

all if 

of Arts, Annusl Meeting, 2S 3 7 f 

- " Annual Conference ou the Water Supply, 

If « 6a 

Award of the Albert Medal, 7 m 7 / 
Castor Lectures, 4 a 12 <«— 29 a5 d 

at South Kensington Mu- 
29 m 9/ 

Meetings, 17 m 7 e— 17 i 9 f 
Papers Read before, 2 a 11 6-~3 a 6 f—l 

mil 6— 23 SI 11/ 

Award of Medals for, 20 j 9/ 

— of Biblical Archzology, Papers Read before, 
2all<f 

-— of Brifiih Artists, Conversazione, 24 a 12 c 

— of Engiikeera, New Members, 8 a 12 a*7 m 
12 c 

Papers Bead before, 23 a 6 s 




Society of Foreigners in Distress, Donation to, 2il 

mbf 

of Friends, Official Record. 7 / 8 rf 

— of National Conservatives Founded at 

noreiice, 2iS m If 

for Promoting FeoiMie ^ elf are, 18 m 6 6 

Sale of Work b> Ladies in Aid of, 23 

aVlf 

Legislation to Contnd and Cure Hahitual 



Drunkards, 2 m 9/ 

— for the I'ro tec lion of Animals in Turin, the 
Queen Accepts the Ot&<:e of Patroness of, 2i 
m9 / 

— for the Suppression of Mendicity, Annual 
Meeting, 19 w i'i « 

of the Opium Trade, 9 m 8 c 



of Tfclegmph Enxineers. 19 j 9/ 

Soldi.Ts Daughters iiouie,Ant)ivttrsary Meeting, 

21/ If 2ij 10 A 

Note on the Special Fund for, 27 m 13/ 

Solicitors' Beuevoleut Association, Anniversary, 

18.; 10 c 

Meeting. 1 w 8 o 

Sons of tile i l^^rgy. Corporation of, 2d f 10 6 

Annual Festival, 15 m 10 n— 17 m 10 <f 

Meeting. 26 m 8 e 

Soper (W. G.) on South Africa, 3/ €6 

Sothern ( — , the Comedian) Sails for America, 

20 m 7 f 
Soudiiu. Slave Trade in, 28 a 13 a 
South Africa and the Portuguese, 28 a 8 (f 

Ausiraiiiin Company, 19 /8 e 

Kensington Museum, the Genoa Marble 

Doorway Erected in, :f6 a 12 t 
Instruction on Agricultural Seienea at, 

26 m \\S d 

Sir F. Leighton's '* Athletie Stniggliug 



with a 1*3 thou " on View at, 3 iw 7 / 

M asterpeice of Douatello at, Noteon, 8 m G/ 

Views in Northern India, on Inspection 

in, 6 m 4 « 
London Choral Asa Ksiatioii Concerts st 

St. Jame^' Hail. 19m6« 
Southwark, Archdeaconry. Proposed Division of, 

21 ; 11 / 
Sovereign Life Assurance Company, 9 in 6 a 
SPAIN : — 
Adulterated Wines for Frsnco, Seizure of 

Eighty Waggon I^ads, 5 o 7 <— 9 aot 

Appointuients and Changes, 26 a 7 c 

Army News, H m 6 «— HO m h % 

— and Borneo. 16 / 8 r~34 / 6 < 

Budget, 28 ; tt h—21j b e 

— Cabinet (banter, 12 ; 7 cf 

— - ('eusub of. i3 a t h 

and China, 23 ; 6 </- 4 / 5 e 

( 'ortes. King ( )peni», HO m > «— 3 1 m 7 r— 2 i 8 c 

Pruceeuiiigs, H / a 1/— 4 / h e — 16 j b e 

i'ourt News, 2 m b c — 7 wi 7 d — 10 m 7 d — 

i2 Ml » a -27 in 7 s— Yii ) 6 e 
Henlth of the Infiinta 'yhristiim, 2 a b d 

k B—'6 a b ti—b u 7 r/— » a Qb - 10 a 5 d— 12 a 

7 cf— 14 a 3 s— lo a 5 d—l7 a $ (/->19 a 7 <-- 

25a6tf-26a 7< -3()a 7s 
Proposed Marriage of (hs King, 9 si 5 c/ 

—10 a 6d~.l m b (/-~2 m 5 c— 12 m 8 a— 1/ 



« 7 c 



OA 



6pa 



PAIJIfKR'd INDEX TO " TUB TIIUCS ' NEWSPAPER. 



[April I U 



Spain {c/tntivu ' . 

- — i ub.in SetiRtors, 12 m 8 a 

- Customs. Note on. AjG s 

Dipluinatic News, 5 a 7 e— 12 w 8 a — 17 m 

7c 

Klecuon?, 6 a 7 e—7 n fi 6— 19 n 7 </— 22 a 

o t—'S6 a 7 r— 25 a 5 f — 2(> u 7 e— 30 ft 7 «— 3 
w 7 f — r» w 8 '> — 7 »w Id 

' — and KujjIuhI on the Duty on Wines, 4 a 5 e 

- England Requests a ^iuritiiue Zonu for 
(^ihraltHT, ^ » 7 </ 

- — Finance, 17 a 5 rf— 23 m 5 c 

' — and the Governnienf, 2 j \ f 

Mjidnii, Tw(» lioinbs Thrown into the 

Chuifli of San Anlop.io at. In ^i 5 t/ 

- — M:ilHt4:H and Gnmada, Riot* in. 25 a b e 

• — Miscellaneous Newti. 1 o 5 d — 10 a 5 d — 15 
w 5 e— 22 m o d- 27 lu 7 «— 2 / » c— (> i 5 «~7 
; 7 f/— <♦ ; 8 a— 11 ; 5 /- 16 ; 8 A— 18 ; 5 f/-19 
/ ; d-lM J h </— 21 J 7 /-24 J 6 <?— 25> 7 0— 
30 ; a a 

- — I'ainting Stolen from tlie Church of Campo, 
.1 a 6 a 

Frisoii Refo . m in, 5 ; 8 a 

Review in Madrid, Fatal Actidentat, 30j 5 c 

Kuads in, 12/4 d 

and San Dontingo. 23 / 8 4 

Seville Fair, hj 4 /* 

Treaaury Bonds. 10 a 5 rf— U aZf 

S{>«akiT and hia Tenanti. 7 a (j ./-— 8 n 13 c 
SiHK:rt:c* Gravity and Disuase, 12 a 6/ 
Spiri'K. Coosuiuptiun of. 14 i ti a 
S}diiiix (Le) Note on. 28 ; 9 c 
Sjdiyiftiiophone. Action of. Demonstrated by Dr. 

Richard:>on before lU^i Royal Society /i3 m 10^ 
Sp*>n Lane Collierv dun puny, 2 u H c 
SPORTS AKD SPLRXIKG: — 
A>cut Week. 27 m 1 1 /— 2 ; 18 6—10 / 7 < — 

1 1 - 10 tf— la J Ki a — 13 / 10 C--14 ; 13 a— 16 

; 13 a 
Athletic Sports — Amateur Championship 

Meeti. g. 9 a 6 e 
Arn»y Meet in'/. 28 / 12 ^-30 ; 9 /' 

A—xuU ol ^Hnis. I.') m 1 1 f/ 

( liarterhonse School, 1*3 a 12 rf 

Cliftuji (^)lll'^e. 10 a fl c 

1 uUicli (^dltRe, \'A ,H 11 J—2j 13 e 

Knghtih Civil Service. 27 m 12 / 

I.ordonCluh.22'* HW/_12/« 13c— 30/9/ 



Oxford and Canibid^iV. 5 ay/" 



Piivjite Hunks AitviiiiK. 23 / i:i c 

Roy.d Military A(:a<U*niy, ti / 6 e 

- Anti uil Steepltcha.MS. 3 j 7 n —23 ; 13 h 

- - Uath and Somerset Races, lU m 12 a — 20 m 
14 a-2l tn 12 A— 22 wi 10 // 

- Bihury Club Races. 25 / 13 //- 2C j 10 a 

- BiivL-iing— Amateur Fivu Milea Race, 20/ 
10 c 

( hani;>ionT-hip Mile Race. 13 7 10 s 

1 amp on Court Meet, 12 m 13 c 

London Club. 23 ; 13 r 

V, Cambridge University Club, l\ j 10c 

too Mdft Race at A\lestone, U a 4 6 

Oxfonl and Cambridge, 12 «/ 13 ** 

Six D.iys CompeMtion at the Agricultural 

Hall 29 n 10/*— 30 a 12 y — 1 m 11 6 -2 .« 11 b 
-^ ,11 10 it— I itt lu 6 



Sporta and Sportnig [confinwtf\ 

Billiards — Seven Days Handicap at tin 

Westminster Aquarium. 14 a 4 e 

Three Day's Match, Bobertt ». BenKtt, 



24 w 12 c— 27 w !»/• 

— Bois de Boulogne Races, 15 a 11 e— »»Sk 

— 12 »i 13 c— 4 / 6 c— 6 / « rf 

— Csmbridge ITnire'sity Boat Race, fln\t*c 
Chantilly Races. 19 m 12 a— 23 si 10 a-l* 



m9 a 

Chess— Oxford r. Cambridge, AaSf 

Chester Meeting, b m 10 6— 7 « l*«— 8 a 

8a_l) w, S *— 12*» 13 6 

Cricket in America, 9 m 5 s 

— Au.^'traliap. 2 / HI r 

Cambndtfe Uui-ersity v. Englafid, ITa 

10 c— 19 M \'2 h 
V. Marylobone Clab and Oromid, 18 • 

10 o— 24 m 12 c— 26 mtd 
Colts of Middlesex 9. of Surrey, 6 n 10/ 

—7 m 12 s 

Derbyshire v. Lancashire, 2ij Tl 6-1S/ 



13b 



Eleven of Oxford UniTeraitjr p. SWan 

Freshmen, 10 m 12 a 

u. Next Sixteen, 17 m 10 e— 1» ■«* 

Knglitth Eight. 17 / 7 « 

EHt^ex V. Suffolk, 34 / 1 1 6 

Eton II. Winchester. 2S / 12 c— SO ; $ f 

First Eleven r. Next Sixseeo of Cm- 



bridge University, 13 m U c— 14 m lic-lS« 
86 

Fre«thmen*s Match at Cambridge, 7 ■ 1> 

«-^ ill tih 

Gentlemen of England tr. Oxford' Udvti^ 



Mty, 4/ 6 c— 6 / 6 c ^ 
of Ireland r. GentlemeB of Sinfey.SI 

of Surrey v. GkntlenieB of briJand, ft 

M 12/ 

Herts P. Essex, 7/ 12 c 

— V. Suffolk. 12/ I3r 

Hants p. Beds. 28 /12 c 

I Zipgari v. Windsor Garriaoo, 17 j U* 

Kent Colts v. Surrey Colts, 3J9 m 10 c 

V. Lancashire, 21 / 12 / 

Leicestershire v. Derbyshire, 7/ 12 6 

r. Northamptonshire, • / 6 s 



ml e 



Marylebone Club, Meeting. 8 n 8 6 

Marylebone Club and Groand v. Dn^f 

shire, 27 w 1 2 /*— 28 w 7 / 

r. Cambridge UnSreraity, 24/11 «~» 



i 13 6 



m 12 c 



V. Colts of EngUnd, 14 ai 19 c 

i;. Gentlemen of Ireland, 23lai 10 •--^^ 



V. Harrow School, lOy 7 / 

r. Kent, 13 / 10 </— I4y 18 6 

V. Middlesex Colta, 9 m 8 6—10 1 

— 18 m 11 c 

V. Notts, 17/12 «-rl8i 10 »-19 

V. Oxford University, 7/ 12 

V. Private Banks, 22 ai 10 6 

V. Uichnumd, 16j 18 c 

V. County of Saiaex, 17 ai 10 $ 



sl2< 

/Ul 



-19 J 



12 b 



V. Tunbridge School, t j 18 c 



June SO. 1S7D.] palmer's index to " the times '* newspaper. 



Spo 



Sports and Sporting (ccntinued). 

Cricket— Mary lebooe Club and Gronnd r. 

Wiashei^ Coilege, isy 10 e 

w. Yorkahire, 20 m 14 t— 21 m 12 c 

Middla«cx v, Ulojestershire. 1 1 i 10 r— 12 



fide 



10 c 



». Oxford UnWersity, 20 / 10 c— 21 ; 12 e 
— V. Surrey. 30 w 6 fe— 81 m 13 b 
Ninrtli r. Sotteh, 4/6 c—5 ; 6 c 
Notta V. Kent, 6/6 «— 7 j 12 c— 9 i 12 d 

t. LancaAira, 27 m 12/— 28 m 7 /*— 29 



■■ i<i 



w. Yorks, 10 ; 7 /— 11 ; 10 c— 12 / 13 h 
Orieant Club r. Bullers KleTen. 22 m 106 
Oxford Univertity v. Ridley *§ Eleten, 14 



yi3e— 16; 18 c 
— — Senior Match at Cambridge, 12 « 18 c 
at Oxford. 8 m 8 6—10 m 19 « 



Surrey r. Cambridge Unireraity, 20 j 10 

6— 21>ltc 

— r.Oloceatershire, 6 j 8 «~7 j 12 t— 9 j 
^ 9. Mi^leaex, 27 j 10 c^28 J 12 6-40 



12 4/ 



>v 



Saaaex Colta Matcb, 24 m 12 c 
V. LeiceatershiK, 25 ;' 18 c— 28 HO e 



iAlw 



UniTarkity of Cambridge v. Oentlcmen of 

Eagiand. 27 m 12 «~.28 m 7 «— 29 ui 10 b 

in Victoria, 12 m 6 d 

YotiM V. Kent. 17 / 12 —18 j 10 c— 19 ; 



13 6 



-23 



r. Middlesex. 6 i 6 rf— 7 / 12 6 

V. Surrey. I67 18 b 

— DancHater Spring Meeting, 22 m 10 & 
M 10 a— 24 m 12 r 

— East Kent Foxbonnds, 21 a 12 6 

— Eogbien Baees, 22 a 10 c— 8 m 10 /— 18 m 
Uc— IO7 7«-24f 11 <i-30 ;9/ 

— Engliah Cricketers in Australia, 18 a ICc— 
25 a 5 « 

— Bpaom Races, 22 n 10<;— 28 a 12 n— 28 mlc 
Derby and Oaks, 2C ;n 9 a~31 m 13 « 

Dinner. 28 m 9 / 



Spring Meeting, 21 a 12 4—22 a 10 a— 
23 tt X^tt—Ua 10 a 

Summer Meeting, 27 w 12 c— 29 w 10 a 

-80 m 6 a— SI w 13 a— 2; 13 a 
— Equatorial Game. 13 w /» « 

Football-- England. r. Scotland, 7 ti \\ n 

Manchester Wanderers v, Queen*« Farfc- 

OUsgow. I4a4/> 
;*— Scdtch Challenge Pup, 22 a 10 4 

Four-ir-hand dub. 22 jn 5 cf 

Secorid Meeting in Hyde Park, 19 ; 12 4 

I Fox Club. 8 m 9 r^\(ijfi f 

Gsme Preserves and Egg Stealinsr, 24 m 12 * 

Golf— James Anderson r. Bob Kjrk. 10 a 

11«/— ll%i !«/• 

Royal BlHckheath Club, 19 w 18 rf 

Spring Meeting at St. Anrlrews, 9 la 8 * 
Grouse Prospects in the North. 24 / 6 r 
Mooiv-iR Yorkshire, Value of, 28 m t 



— Hares in Ireland. New Bill. 20 m 10 « 
— flenley Royal Regatta, 26 j 7 «-2.7 ; 7 rf— 

-~- H. M. Staghounds^ If eet at Maidenhead 



Sports and Sporting (continued). 

Huut Servants' Beaefit Society, Anmal 

Meeting, 30 m 1 1 a 
Hunting Appointments, i> « 9/ — 12 a S d 

—19 a 13 c— 20/1 12 '1 
Irish Grand National Hunt, 23 a 12 6 -24 

a 10 6 

Jockey Club. 18 a 11 6 

Kempton Park Races, 14 a 4 b — 15 a 11 A 

—16 « 10 d— 3 7 7 tt -4 ; 6 6—5 ; 6 6 
La Marche Races, 8 a 13 /--18 a 11 6—2 m 

II 6 

— Lawn Tennin. Oxfo d University Club 
Challenge Cup to All England. 16 a IQ d 

Liverpool Raoea, 30 1 10 6 

London Bcttiag. 15 41 11 ^ 

— Longchaoips l^ces. 21 u 12 6*^28 a J2 c— 
5iM 12 6 

Madrid Races. 12 w 8 a 

Malaona Laffite^ Races. 11 a 10 o— 18 m 11 

/—SO m 6 6—20 ; 10 6—25 ; 18 6— 27^ 10 h 
Manchester Races, 2 > 18 a^3j 1 a^ij 6 a 

— 578 a— 6i8 J— 7y 12 a 

Melbourne Racecourse, 12 m 5 cf 

Kewcastlo Raees. 23 ; 13 a— 24 / 1 1 a— 25 j 

13 a— 26 j 10 a— 27; 10^/ 
Newmarket Craven Meeting. 14 a 4 a-- 15 

a 1 1 c— 16 a 10 c— 17 a 6 c^l8 a U a— 19 >t 

13 r 

First Spring Meeting, 28 of 12 a— 29 a 10 



/_gO a 12 e— 1 m 1 1 a— 2 m 11 a— 5 mi 10 a— 
12//! !3 6 

Second Spring Meeting. 14 m 12 6 — 13 m 

11 (. — 15 >H « a— Mi m 11 /— 19/n 12 a 
1(100 Guineas Day. 3 711 10 a 



— - North Norfolk Harriers. 10 m 12 a 

Northampton Meeting, 1 a 9 a — 2 oil* — 

3 a 8 c 

- Old Berkeley Hunt- Meeting. 12 (t 8 rf 
Oxford and 0?nnbridge B at Race. 1 */ 12 6 

—2 a 12 r— 3 a (i <;— 4 a 10 t— « 12 rf— 7 u 

\\)d 
Notes aboat, 3 a G a -4 a 10 c — 5 a \1 f 

— 11 </4« 
Paris, Grand Prix. 2 ; L3 6 

Races, 7 f/ II o— 9; 12 a 

Pedestrianisni— Female in America. 10 a 4 6 

bi) MJes (UiampionaUpat the Agricultur il 



Hall, 19 a 12 6 

Fourteen Women in Gillmore's Gar lens. 



New York. 10^i46 

Gaje, 230 Miles Id 1 000 Consecutivi 0auri, 



19 m 12 « 

Long Distance Competition, 17 m 13 «-* 



18 ; 10 «— 20 7 10 c— 21 ; 12/— 23 ? 15 

Belt (Competition at New York. 5 a < 

MatcU betwjeao iIow<esaod Perkins at tb» 



Agricultural Hall. 22 a 10 d 

.of Six Davs at AijricuUural Hall, 23^1 1/ 

d—H a 10 r— 2o a 10 s— 26 ti 12 b — ia *> \ t 4 
Go-as- yoitt-plea^ Match jin New Y^^fe^ 



lOfi 11 / — I9<i 18 < 

^-x i*unche9town Steeplechases, 22 a ,10^ 

— Rouen Races, 30/9/ 

— Royal (-aiiuc CJub, 26 aij^^f 
iiartiricb Kegaita, lu / 1 s 



Uf^w'mt H)^ 9M ^j 



^ 



€p6 



H 



rixifSB's ivDBX TO ^' TUB Tncu '' nws^A^te. 



[Apd < tf 



Sports and Sporring {fntinwd\, 

Rackets, Oxford v. Cambv 9fl6e-10all<f 

Competition for Public Schoeb ChaUengo 

Cup. 17 a 6 d— 18 a 11 6—19 a 13 cf 

Sato of the Caoham Tearrmgt, 16 i 33 6 

— — — of the Duke of HaaaihoB's Horsei, % m 

116 

of Her Bfajeet^'a Y^arMngi, 28 ; ia 6 

of the Mardeu Deer Park Teariiafs, 7 ; 

Ua— 9;lte 
Sandown Park Races, 29 a 10 a—24 a\%b 

—25 a 10 r-26 a 12 a— 28 a 12 e-2 j la 6^ 

S/ee— 6.;6<f— 7;12a 

Screw Steamship for Yachting. 2^ at Tt / 

Scullers Match?— Bankui v. Hawdou, S m 10 

/*12 m 18 <l 

HanUn v. ElKott, I6i 13 e— 17 j 12 c 

Race, Spencer antf Tarryer, S'a 6 t 

Speneer and Kempster, 21 a 12 6^22 a 



10 e 
Match in Lake Oulario, 80y 0/ 

Sport in Oallda, 16 • 11 r 

Spanish Races, 1^ ai 6 c 

Stockbridge Races, 2» m 13 »-20> 10'r^27 

3 10a->28j 12 6 

Suburbs V Horse Racing. Note on, 23 a 10 s 

Swimming London Schook' Chib^ 6 m 10 « 

Professor Caval Swims 18 Miles in Six 

Hours in tho Tarra^ IS* a i a 

Six Dav's Mateh as Laosbetb Baths, 22 m 



10 c— 28 m 10 6^24 hi 12 c— 26 m%d 

Note on. 7 12 rf 

— Sydney Cricket Qrowid, bisoh to> 



Lovd 



Harris's Eleven, 9 a 10 e 

— Tattersairs, 1 a 9 a— 8 a 13 /— 22^«r m*— 
29 a 10/*— 6 m 10/-18 m 11 e— 20 m 14 a— 28 
M 9 rf— 27 m 12 «-3> 7 a— 10 / 7 t— 17> 12 e 
— 2i>n « 

— Vesinet Races. 27 m 12 «— 13 / 10 d 

— Victoiia St. Leger Won bj Bosworth, 2 m 
od 

— Windsor Juno Meeting, 17./ 126 
Summer Meeting. 18 i 10 if— 19 / 13 a 

WtestUnf— Cumberland and Westmoreland 



Society Annual Gathering, 14 a 4e 

_ Yachting. Channel Match. 25/ 13 £—30 ; 9 / 

Channel Matchfrons Harwich to Southend, 

UJ10 6— 12>18 6 

the Corinthian Ckib^ 20 m 14 a 

■ the tiilde^arda being fftted oui fot, 10 m 



19 



Junior Thames CUib, 2 ; 13 <r 

— Kore- Ckib; tj 7 • 

Proirramme of the MetropoStaa Chiha 

f6r the Season. Tt a TO a 

Royal Cinqat Pans CUib Regatta, 21 i:i2' 



«— 23 ; m 

Londbis Chib Matches,. 23 m 10 a— 26 



IN 9 if-31 m 13 6-18 ; K) <f— 26 t 10 r 
Thames Club, 28 m 7 «— » / 13 6—10 ; 

7 s— 13 7 10 </— 19 r 13 6-20 / 10 ( 
— Kew Thames Chib^ 2« Nr9 i^2Ts» 12 e 

—28 m 7 «- 2 J 13 c— 3 j 7 a— 10^ 7 s— IZ* 12 

c— 24/11 tt 

York Racvs. 20 m 14 o— 21 m 12 a— 22ii» 10 a 

5fiettisMrood« (Gen. A.) on Smptj Ch«rchas^. 10 

Zl3r 



Spread Eagle, 30 / 8 « 

Spuigeon (Rev. C. H.) Testimonial to en thtSvih 

Anniversary of his Pastorate, 21 ai Y < 
First Sermon on Us Retw* to E^gisBd, 14 

« H / 

Stainmors Coramom, 26 ai 6 4 
8UmV>ul Fnblic Opinion hi. 21 m 3 a 
SUndard Firs and Marine InsuaBee Oonps^j, 

17 a 7s 

Lffe Assurance Compaiiy, 38 • It c 

SUnford Church, Abp. of Cnnterboiy Be-Op«», 

30m9y 
Bunhope (Edw.) on the East India LeaDBiQ,K 

mb t 
Stars, Distribntion of in Bpaea, 13 m 10/ 
Bute Aid and ConUol in Indmstrial lasniuoe, 1§ 

ai 14 6—26 mtb 

of Agricultnn, 31 » 9 e— 2 i 3/-30 j8; 

SUtisiical Society, Papers Road hefoieb 12 s W 

—21 a <f 
Statistics of Life, 2 j 6 c 
Steel from Ckrehind Ore^ 3 a 7 ^.-ft a 12/-9' 

If 

'- Making, KoU on, 10 f 6 i^ll / 11 6 

Position and Prospects of Trade ii^lSst^ 

Rails, Production of, 22 m 10 / 

Btsphen (J. F.) on Lord Lawrence, 30 1 11/ 
Stieler*8 I^nd- Atlas. 12 m 6 a 

StirUng ^ A. B.) on the Sahnon Disease, 12/ 1 < 
Stock Exchange, Stocks, &c tobe ^t^aUd on, 3} 

a 18 6—24 o 7 6 
Stockwell Ferer and Small Pox Asylum, 19 e IS t 
Btoomraart Maatschaapy Nederknd ConpaDj. 

18 St 6 d 

Storer (A. MO on the Arbitrary Conduct ef tfas 

BradfieM Union, 19 ai 12/ 
Storms, 30 w 6 c— 6 j5d 
Story (W. W.) New Statue of Sasdanapalas, '* 

ml J 
Straehey (Rkh.) on the Famine iDMSvaneeFttkl, 

I2j 10 6 

(Lt. GenO 9° the Indian Famino fond, i; 

$b 

Strangers' Home. Annual Meeting. 2/ 6 c 
Street (Geo. Edw^ on Londbn Bridge, 20 > 1> « 
Street Crossings. 17 ai 7 / 

Driok-Stalls in SeviUe, 10 ; 3 a 

Tramways, Parliamentary Report ob, 23 s 

3a 

New Bill, 26 a> 8 « 

Sute of Sham in Cowyaoiesv m nr$ 



day*t paper 

City of Buenos Ayias, 11 

in Guernsey. 7> 13 s 

London, 19/8 e 

Union, 2 a 6 < 



'&€ 



Steam Tramway between Ron a* and Urc^ 

16 M/ 
Sireetcr (E.. W.) on the Zulu War Funds, i s lir 
STRIKES:: — 
AIHsnce Psopoeed of Workmen's Usisft* 

from. 14 a 3 / 

of the BuHdbra«t Bbekbum. 10 si 11 ^ 

atBristol, 7/7d— 9jI8y— ll>6rf-i* 

i 13/-19'/6 a— 23 J We 

. Cannoch (base Mmessv 17 a 10 f 

u£ Colliers in Cumhedhad; 17 a li»c 



J&n« ZO, 187$.] palmxr's ikdbz to " tbx timss *' hbwspafxh. 



Soi 



Strikes (rontinued). 

*-«- ol Collien, at Flenn and Btlle-et-Bonne, 

at H^mtU'elf TolUery and Riots, » a 11 /* 

*I0 a 6 « 
at Ntwcaatle-on-Tyne, U a 5 • — 16 al h 

— 16 o 5 e— 17 a 10 6—18 a 6 C--19 a IS a— 22 

• 11a 

atTamworth. 18 5 / 



— of Cotton Spinner K at Burnler, 16 a 9 /— 
28 a 12 / 

at the Manden MilU. 6 m 7 a 

at KaU RiTer, 14^ 7 rf- 16 ; 8 o— 17 j 7 c 

— 27^6 rf— 28/7 a 

— DeDionatration of the Trades on Strike in 
Hyde Park. 14 a 6 / 

— the Dock Labourers in New York, S m 5 <f 
— 8ai7rf— 9«i6«- 12m7/— 12J7c 

-T- at rottchy. End of. 7 m 7 c 
-^ of the Dnrhim Colliers, 8 a 6 a — 7 a 8 h — 
f e7/— 9 a 11/-10<i6a-lla4 a- -12 a 11 
a^l4a6a~16a7 6. 1ft a 5 a— 17 a 10 a— 18 
d 6 a— 19 a 18 a— 21 a 12 a— 22 a II 9—28 a 
i a— 24 a lu </-^25 a 11 a & A— 26 a 12 a— 28 
« 6 a —29 a 8/— 2 m 5 a— 5 m 8 /*— 6 m 1 1 Z^— 
8 a liy_9M 11 a— 12 m 8 a— 16 m 8 a— 28 m 
hd 
End of the Strike. 22 m 10 a 

— of Engineers in Lotdor, 21 « 12 4—2 m 10 
f-6 m 12 r—lO m 7 d^\5 m Hi r— 17 ai 10 a 

— of Gas Consumers at Barcelona on tl.e 
Impoel of a Tax on its Consumpton, 23 a 7 4 
■— of Labourers at the Saw Mills in Sweden, 

4; 10 4— 6;6rf— 6 ; 12 /,— 9> 6 a-10> 9 a— 
H;7a— I4i7 4f— I8i 10 c 

— of the Lourches Colliers, 29 a 5 c 

— Masons of Uuddersfleld and Lock-out, 6 m 

— Meeting of Coal Owners at Wood Memorial 
Hall on, 98 a 8 a 

Mass Meeting of the Men, 17 m 7/ 

Meeting of the Miners at Birmingham, 



19> 19 J 

Notes abottt,29 d 8/— 26m 8a •27m 12 d 



— of the Members of the Uighwaj Board of 
Retford, 12 a ft e 

— of the Men at the Chester Hydraulic En- 
gineering Company, 7 a 6 a 

— of the Miners in Belgium, 28 a 7 <f— 24 a 6 
/— 80JII 7 c 

in CumbetUud, 28 a 10 4—8 m 7 f^7 m 

12/— 18 n 5 a 

in Staffordshire, 11 a 4 a 



of theNatire Workmen at Calcutta, 19 «i 7 4 
Notes on, 16 a lly— 19 m 18 c 
^ on the PadHc Railway, 7 m 7 d— 9 m 6 a— 
10 m 7 if- 12 m 8 4 

— of Paupers, in Manchester Workhouse, 81 
■ 7a 

— ef the Preston Operations, 7 a\\ f 

— of the Pnddlers at Pituburg, 4 / 6/— 6 / 6 

*-» ; If 

— Rebecca Gang at the Collieries, 16 a 5 a— 
17 a 10 c 

— of the Riret Makers, of Staffordshire, 28 m 
10/- 

— ef Seamen, at Lirerpoql, 21 m 12/ 



Strikes (rontinued^, 

— of the Silk Wearers, at Lyons, 28 tf 7 a— 16 
m54 

— of the South Wales Colliers. 20 m 10 a 

— of the SteYedores. in New York, 2 si ft d — 

8 m 7 i/— 2> 8 rf— 9 j 8 a— 10 ; 7 d— 16> 8 c— 

k6J4a 

of Tailors, at Tienna, 19 a 7 <f 

of the Unstone Colliers. 9 ; 9 A 

of the Wearers, at Browside Shed, Burnley^ 

2 « 6/ 

at the Widnes Alkali Works, 16 a 6 c 

at the Works of the Cleveland Mine Owners 

from the Strikes. 14 a 5 a 
of Workmen at the Phosnix Alkali Works, 

2 a lOd 
Study of History, 29 m 10/ 
Sturge (Edm.) Slavery in Cuba. 9 a 6 <f 
Sugar Bounties— Deputation to Government on, 

22 a 4a 

Crop. 29 m 10/ 

Foreign Bounties, 10 a 6 d— 11 a 6 /— 19 e 

12 /"—SO all/- 
Notes about, 11 a 5 /*— 12 a 10 a— 16 a 7 

4-28 a 18/ 

Industries, Parliamentary Enquiry, 24 m 9 A 

BUlUXilEB :— 

— Buffy, a Student, who Murdered a FeUov 
Student, 19^ 7 4 

Wm. Banker, at Southall, 2 n 6 a 

— Jessie Cameron, at Dundee. 23 m.9 /" 

M. D*Ambly, a Priest, in Prison, 29 m 6 

Madame d 'Augers, Widow of the Great 

Sculptor, 2 m 5 4 
— — Mrs. Edwards, on hearing of the Suicide of 

her Husband. 22 m 5/ 
Isaac Fletcher, M. P. for Cockermouth ai 

Morley's Hotel, London, AalO f 
J as. Freeman, after Murdering his Wife* 

21 m 14 a 

John Galibec, at WalUend, 9 a 12 a 

Griffin, a Farmer, after Attempting to Mur- 
der bis Wife, in a Fit of Insanity, 10 m 7 / 

W. Hsrrit oa, of Ssmlesbury Hall, 22 m 1 1 a 

Mr. Chas. fligginbotham, at Macclesfield, 

UmVJf 

of E4w. Jones, near Ludlow. 24i 6 a 

a Man, on Hampstead Heath. 12 a 12/ 

Miss Mason, by Placing herself before ae 

Engine, near Cleobury, Mortimer, 29 m 10 <f 
Mayne, an Old Man, on Losinj? his Life 

Savings by the Failure of the West of England 

Bank, 28 m 9/ 
Rosetta Mercer, from Waterloo Bridge, 25 

a 10 a 
a Daughter of Professor Molescholt, at 

Rimini, 19/7(1 
-~ Geo. Morriss, at Southall, 2 a 6 a 

Rev. R. Paisley, in a Field at York, 16 o 9/ 

Mr. Dyer Smith, near Bed worth, 8/10/ 

Wm. Tickle, in a Police Cell at St. Helen's. 

15« 9a 

Chas. THser, at Portsmouth, 10 m 12 a 

Fred. Wentworth. at Leeds, 1 1 ; 6 a 

Mr. R. W. Wills, of Birmingham, 16 a 6/ 

— — Attempted, of Mrs. Miller, at Chester, after 

Murdering her Two Children, 9jS f 



Th* 



TALHtUB IITDJIX tO '* TUX TIMM *' MKWtPArSB. t^^F^I 1 * 



Thaatm {continue/ f), 

Gaiety, its and £ziU« 12 i 12 / 

Haymarket, 10 a 8 6^16 a ft «— 23 a 8 6— 

28 a 12/ 
Her Majettj*!, I m 8 « - 7 n 6 <— 7 m 18 / 

—12 m 12 </-.20 jh 6 6—28 m 10 tf— 8> 8 «--9 

7 8/-l6jn/— 24/8 6 

Opera Company, 16 o 9 /— 28 a 12 /* 

Imperial. 24 a 11^ 

Lyceum, 19 a JO «— 2 m 5 c-*21 m 7 e— 19 

m 8 6 

Martton's Benefit at. 28 m 8 k 

Monday fopular Concert, I a 9 h 



Nes8ler*8 New Opera. HO a 7 d 

New Philharmonic, Concerts at, 16 e 9 /— 

28 a )8<— 24;4 " 

Iheatre in NorthuraberUiid Avenue, 28 

f la r 

- - Olympic, 16</ 6 e-J9f/«5r - •?•» T^'-i/Sd 
O^ii'fa ('uroique. Royal Vi.^i. !'•, \' m (» c — 

• Pit(i (Adelina) Forbidden to Perform in 
Franre by h?r HuKbind. (i i o a 

PhilliHruiumc Concerts, 2 m 9 0-27 m 5 / 

- J ■ ■< 

V •-' '« *t, 21 a 9 f 

.-^ Prijce 01 Wales', 19 a 1 1 /-8 m T/— 8 > 8 
6—5 7 9 « 

Pnnoe«s*s, 10 m 7 cf -21 m 7 e— 4 / 10 d 

Royal Albert Hall (^oncerU, 7 s? 6 6--28 y 

12a-80| 8 k 

Irrlian Opera. 9 a 8 a— 14 o 8 </— 16 a 9 

/•— 18 ti 8 t— 2J /I 9 /"—is o 10 6—28 a 12 «— 
2 tu 8 6—7 m f» d—l m 12 /~9 m 11 «i— 12 m 8 
d— 12 m 12 r— 14 m 7 c/— 14 m 12 0-^20 m 6 c 
—20 m 11 /■— 26 m 1 1 /— 28 m 9 '—80 mil/* 
— 2i 11 s-8;HA-6>9/-18;5 /-80;86 

Debut of Mdlle. Bloch. 18 ; 10 6 

of Siffiior Sylra. a New Tenor, 18 « 9/ 

of Mdlle. Turolla, 21 a 10 a 

Madame Fatti at. 16i 1 1 e 

Royal Visit to, 28 a 8 s— 80 a 11 /— 16 

Polytechnic. 18 a 11 f 
Metempsychosis at, 20 m 6 a 



»9/ 



Royalty. 15 a 5 /* 

St. James's Hal), the Bach Choir at, 4 a 10 s 
Concert for the Issndlana Fund, 22 u 8 6 
Madame Essipoff*s Recital 28 m 10 i/ 
Sir Julius Benedit's Coiio#rt at, 19 ; 13 e 
Popular Concerts, 8*7 « — 49 m 6 e 
Mr. Front's ** Hereward " at, 6 ; 8 6 



Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Openiuf 

of, 32 a 8 a— 24 a 10 s 

— Strand, Royal Visit toy 29 a 10 s— 16 m 9 
/•_31 m9/— 9yil« 

— Surrey, 15 o 6/ 

Theatres, Notices of, 7 « 5 /—1 2 si 12 e— 

19 M 5 </— 10 ; 5 s— 16 j 11 A— 28 ; 10 a 

Theatre Francaise, 7 m 6 /— 16 m 6 /* 

and Mdlle. S. Bemhardlt, 7 m 7 * 

VaudeviUe, 21 a 12 cf 

Viaid Louis (Madame^ ConoerU of, 24 a 6 

/— 80 la 6 <— 24 ; 4 a 

. Wagner Concerts, 7 m 6 a— 18 m^d 

Welsh Opera, 26 m 9y 

Ihefsaly, Brigandage in, 24 m 7 ^ 
100 



Theosophical Society, Deputation from, in indh, 

22o 11 / 
Thinty Trarellers. Notes on« 3 a 6/— 8 a 12/ 
Thisile, Order of. Conferred ou the Earlof Ses- 

field. 20 ai 1 1 f 
Thompson (Fred.) oo the Zulu War Fund, 5 i 

12 c 

(Sir Wm.; Electric Light, 24 m 18 /* 

Thov'neley (James) on Factory Legislaiioa, It 4 

\tf 
Thornton (F. du. Fre)on Subnzfaui Horse BaciJig 

26 a 10/ 
Thunderstorm at Crenstoken during a Pilgriinaic 

of 6(\000 Poles to the Miracle Working Viigie, 

24; 6 d 
Thunders form*. 21 ? 12/ 
Thurlow (Lord; on Sunday Opening of Mimsaai 

and Drunkenness, 12m 14 :* 
Tharle» Cathe<lral, (^onpecration of, 21 f 11 / 
Tibet, Mr. Cameron's Tour llirou^ Eastera, i 

; 5 « 
Tichbourne Case, Petition to Lord BoaeoosisU 

to Re-Open, 17 ; 7 s 
Tide>Prt^dicter. the New, 12i 12 tf 
1 iflis. Population of, 18 j 6 e 
Tigers Claws, Irimmiug of in Philadelphia, % m 

4f ' 

Tin Trade, 16 m 5 /" 

Plate Trade, Quarterly Meeting, IS a 8 « 

Tiptree HaU Farm, 24 ; 5 • 
Tithes in Ireland. 26 si 8 e 

Redemption Trust. Annual Meeting, 19i ISI 

Tobacco— Concession to Meeart. Wills to SsQia 

Paris. 9 m 1 1 / 
ToUemache (Lord) and his Tenantrj, SI ai 7 « 
**Tom Brown,"forthe Blinds Mr. Hnghee i liiiH 

to its Ui$e, 9; 18 6 

Note on, 28 j 18 d 

Tombs of Fielding and Doddridge, atUbdii 

Renovation of , 28 m 1 1 / 
Toubridge Church Restoration, Be-Opeaing it 

12 ill/ 
Tonic-Sol-Fa College, S4 a 11 s 
Toronto, Election of a New Bishop of, 7 a U ^ 
ToulmiiT^H. J.) on the Painted Ceilings of St. 

Alban's Abbey, 16 m 10 s 
Touriiits* Troubles. 24 ; 12 6 
Tower ilamleis Comttitutional AaeociatiDii, A*- 

niTersary Dinner. 21 m Ida— 19j9a 

Liberal Club. Annual Dinner, Itj 11/ 

of London. 25 / ]«s r 

Towns, Moi tality of our Great. 6 ; ft s 

Tozer < Bp.; on Kepresnion in Buaaia, 18 ai 19 s 

Tract Nuisance, 81 m^^ a 

Trade with Africa — Return of Mr. Dooili 

M'Kensie, 14 m 12/* 
— « wiih America, Note on. ft a IS < 
of Brasil, 27 m II / 

Causes of the Depression in. 8 a 6/ 

with Central Africa. 27 m 13 c 

— Depression of, 26 m 8/ 
-^ Disputes, Arbitrauon in, Nota on, 21 ■ 186 

- of Germany. 19 ; 8 6 
with Hungary, 8; 10 </ 

of India, 17 m 10 /— 27 m 5 6—3 ; 4 /-^ > 

4 b— 9 ; 8 A 
— — St«1^ of, ssf «rsr^ datftpaptr 



J«B« 30, 1879.] PALWUl's INDEX TO ^' TUIC TIMES 



t» 



MEWiirArER. 



Typ 



Trade with South America, BmS d 

of the United States, 23 ; 9 s 

» Board of, Reinnu, 9j6b 

and NaTjgatioii lUturoa, 8 « 8 6— 8« 7 a— 

10; 9 « 

Tndea Protection Societies, Annual Meeting of 

the Association, 9 m 9 « 
Training Ship, thM Exmouth, Annual Beport, 14 a 

TrartUing in the PenSnsuUr, 17 c 4 e 

— •- with a Madman, 16a 5 1/ 

Treatj of Berlin, 80 d 7 «— 1 m 6 a— 9 m 6 «— 7 

mlalk d^S m b a^lU m 7 s— 13 si 6 c— 14 m 

7 11—16 m 6 c— Sam 7 d 
Tiees, PlanUng in India. Oj 8 » 

in England, 18> 7 e— 20i 5 / 

-^ la PaiM, 5 J 8 d 

^Tremenfaeera {a, S.) State Aid and Control in 

Industrial Insurance, 26 si 6 ^ 
Tiweljan (Sir Walter) Leares his GeUar of 

Whias lo Dr. Richardson, 17 a 6 / 
-^ Notaa about, 2i a 9/— 86 a6e 
IMchinosie in American Pork, 10 / 4 s 

Ham at Lirerpool, 2 m 6 c 

First Appears in Italj, 14 a 8 tf 

-— in a Oermsn Begiment, 17 » 7 * 

WtuAtj College DuUUn, New FeUow, 10> 12 / 

— — London, Elections, 7 a 10 a 

— Examiners, 9> 8 # 

-~ House, Banquet at, 80 j 6 a 

r— — Qeneral Court, lOi 9 d 

TroublesoBie Prisoner, 20 si 8/ 

T^ut for Australia, 1 2 i 18 d 

Truro Cathedral Fund for, 21 a 19 A— 14 mil f 

^lej 6 6-.18> 10/ '^ 

**-- Dioceaeof, 8 a 10 A— 10 a 5 /— 96 m 8/ 
Trust and Agenc/ Company of Australasia, 6 

iii9^ 

~- and Loan Coiapanj of Canada, 24 m 12/-. 

I^us^ Liabilitj of. Notes on, 6 o 7 /— 10 o 10 

e— 12 a 12s-.14a4« 
Ti^well rBar. L.) Easter Dues, Sj$d 
Jm Cultirationin Holland, 14 a 7y 



Appointments and Changes, 16 a 5 <— 21 « 

s <s^ m 7 e— 20 ; 5 c— 28 / 7 d 
--* in Asia Mmor, 80 ; 8 a 
-"—and Austria, 12 o 7 o— 17 a 8 c^r-^l a T if 

-Jl •« «— 2« «« c-8 IS 7s-9 IS 6rf-l8 M 

— Autonomy Granted to Albania, 12 91 8 a 
— 'Cabinet Orids, 20 si 7 s— 28 m 6 6 
• — Charges against Osmtn Pasha, 23 > 7 s 
•-«- Clrcnlai on tha Mixed Occupation, 7 a 6 s 
-*8« 7a 

• — CoUisioo with Groek Troops, 31 « 7 « 

■5'*,<^n>rus, 9 ; 7 / 

-- Dii^atic News, 7 m 7 4-<8 m $ a— 10 n 
7 dill Va «» 7 6 4 <:-19 m 8 *-24 m 

'^J^JS»rthwor)u of TchaUjdje Cpmpleted, 

^^ Eastsr Sunday in, 28 a 6/ 

~- and Eastern Roumelia, 6 > 6 rf 

•"— - Roiimelian Stalutei Submitted to the 



Turkey (continued). 

and Egypt, 21 ml d 

— — Engagement near Arba between Insurgents 
and Zouaves, 1 1 ,;' 5 fr 

- European Programme of Reforms Rcf used, 
8m6<f 

JBInances, 9 m 5 if— 19 m 8 a— 24 si 7 cf— 27 

m 7 d—dQ m 5 d-^Z i 5 r_6 } 5 d 

■-^ and Greece, 1 a 5 c- 4 a 5 d—^ a 7 a — 9 n 
5 6—29 5 ^—23 oi 5 c^27 w 7 </— 28 m 5 '» 
— 2j 8 c-8> 6 c— 7> 7 6— 14> 7 a— 17y 7 r— 
23 ; 8 a— 30 ; 8 a 

M, Hassonn Receives bis Firman of Invcs- 

titute, 18 a 5 a 

and Italy, 8 a 7 r 

and the Khedire, 18 a 5 </— 19 a 7 <f— 25 a 

8c 

Metallic Currency to be in Force, 8 a 10 e 

■ Imperial Irade to Enforce, 8 a 10 c 

Ministerial Crisis, 3 a 6 a— 7 a 6 ^—8 a 13 

b— 81 m 12 c 

— — Misoellaneous News. 9 a 5 c/-~12 a 7 d— 15 
a 5 cf— 24 a 5 s— 25 a 6 r/— 30 a 7 d— 1 m 5 d 
—6 m 8 a— 7 m 7 c— 12 m 8 a— 18 m 6 <f~.15 
SI 6 e— 19 m 8 6^20 m 7 /— 21 m 7 <f— 28 m 5 
c— 26 m 8 a— 29 m 6 <f — 90 n 5 c & d^2 j 8 / 
—4 > 5 €—6 i 5 rf— 7 ; 7 r— 10 > 7 </— U y 6 d 
—18 9 5 a & rf-l4 > 7 c— 16 j 7 /*— 16 j 8 A— 
17i7*- 18;6rf— 21 ;7rf&«— 24;■ec4t/— 
25 i 7 d— 30 ; 7./~80.; 8 a 

and Montenegro, 29 si 5 a— 30 « 5 e 

- New Loan, 24 m 7 d 

NoTi-i^saar Questiou, 14 a 3 « — 18 cr 5 d— 

21 a 7 d— 21 a 8 <f—22 a 5 rf--23 a 7 a— 25 a 
ft <f— 3 »/ 7 e— 9 IS & </— 23 m 6 A~2C m 8 o-~ 
14i7c— 16 8 a 

Paper Currency, 8 a 5 /* 

Proposed New Loan. 26 > 8 o 

Raises Money on the Surplus Revenues of 

Cyprus. 26 a 7 </— 28 a 7 s 

Reforms, H a 7 d—lQ mS b 

and Russia, 3 m 7 <~8 m 5 b—d n 6 d 

Copy of a Seditious Proclamation Issued, 

2Sj7d 

^ and Servia. 22 a 5 e— 31 in 7 ^ 

State of 8 a 1 3 6 

' •> f4 Asiatic. 2Bj 5 d 

1 the Turco- Hellenic Frontier, 1 a 5 d~12 o 

T 6—7 m 7 Q— 9 mbr. 
the Tur^ts. on the Treaty of Berlin, 23 a 

5h 

Vacouf LtL^ in Action, \ m 6 d 

Turlpsh Embassy, 12 m 11/ 

Language (^ommtssiun, 4 a 10 « 

Tumbull (,Lt. Col.) on the ;^ulu War Funds, 1 m 

10 r 
Turners' Company and Technical Education, 24 

;76 
Tumerellt (Traey> oq the People's Tribute to 

I«ord Beaconsfleld, 22 a 8 /> 
Tyler (T.) Shakespeara's Reconciliation with the 

World, Afi., lOiM 12 < 
Ty ndale ( Wm. ) Proposed Statue to ou thaThames 

Enjbankment, 26 a 1 1 /'->16 m 5/->26 > 7 s 
Tyndall ^ Professor ) on Electric Lighting, 28 a ;^ / 
Typhoid Fever Spread by Watar, 12 « 18 /* 
in Swine, 17 a 6 6— 19> 11/— 26 7 7 / 

A lAl 



THb 



fALUKH'ii 1N1>EX TO " THK TIUUI " MBWSPAPUI. [Apdl 1 <• 



n 



u. 

Ulster Tenant Right. New Bill on, 8 a 6 • 
UMOLAIHED DIVIDENDS:— 

Arglea, Chat., 2 ci 1 6 

Bayneft, £. 8., 30 m 1 6 

Bennett, J. O., 3j lb 

Berrey, O. J.. \Sm I b 

Blunt, Joseph, 26 m 1 6 

— Brymer, John, 24 m 1 6 

Bumsted, W. B., 12 m I ft 

Chapman, James, 28 ; 1 b 

Clay, James, 26 m 1 6 

— — Cookson, John, 2\ a\ b 

Crawley, Richard, 24 a 1 e 

Daridson, Robt., 21 jib 

Dickinson, John, 2\jlb 

Digby, K. H., Mjlb 

Wm., 21 ; 1 6 

Dyke, P. H., 28 j 1 b 

Eyre, H. R., 16 m 1 6 

Fisher. £. A., 28 m 1 fr 

R.T., 27 Jib 

Forster, Wm., 21 m 1 b 

Gray, G. M.. 21 a 1 6 

Hamilton, Robt., 21 y 1 6 

Harding, R. F., 26; 1 6 

Hillier, Francis, So lb 

Inglif, John, 21 ; 1 6 

Ingle, Wm. and John, 4 a 1 4 

Jollands. C. E., 22 m 1 b 

Lake, Wm.. 24 a 1 c 

-— Lsnt, Katherine, 27 ; I b 
— — Marshall, Geo., S al b 

Matthews. Frances, 11 j 1 6 

Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of H«Ter- 

fordwcst, 26j lb 
— ^ Norman, H. G. H., 5 a 1 b 

Pain, Eliz., ] T m 1 b 

Petifer, A. J., 13 m 1 b 

Pilgrim, J. P., 16 ;» I b 

Prior, Benj., 19 m 1 b 

Roble, Lord, 1 m I b 

Sanderson, Mary, 19 m 1 b 

— ^ Secretan, J. A. M., 27 m 1 b 

Bhuldham. N. L., 21 a 1 b 

Slade, John, 8 a 1 b 

Smith, Henry, 27 ji 1 b 

Wm., 27 ; 1 b 

— — Steve iison. Wm. and H. M., 27 m 1 b 

— Sutton, Richard, 4 a 1 b 

Thornton, Edw., 24j 1 b 

Tufnell. J. L.. 4 « 1 b 

Tugwell, H. W., 24 m 1 b 

Walton, Chas., 26ml b 

Webb, G. J., 12 Q 1 b 

Weld, O. R.. 12^ 1 b 

Wilde, H. J. P., 3 a 1 b 

Wilton, F. M.. 22 w J b 

Mark, 22 m 1 b 

Wood, John, 19 m 1 b 

Wm„ 2 a 1 b 



Union Steamship Company, Attll t — 17 a 7d 
United Kingdom Alliance, 2 ; 6 b 

Meeting, 28 m 10^ 

New President, 24 a 11 c 

Temperance and General Prorideiit Ib- 

•tittttion, 29 HI 7 « 
Law Clerks' Society, Annual tMniar, 28 a 

11 < 
Preabyterian Sjmod, Annual Sitting!, 6 a 

10 c— 7 m 12/— 10 m 8 «— 13 m 10 i# 

Code of BeT. D. Macrae, 22 m 5 d^2i m 



Woodward, G. R;, 8/ 1 b 
Robt., 8 j 1 b 



Workman, Caroline, 27 m 1 b 

I'nion Marine Innnrance Cumpiny, 25 /9 /* 
of Now Zvuland, \'l m 'J c 

\\3l 



Swisff Marine Inrarance Company. 5 a 9 4 

Unirersal Anarchist, 28 a 6 c 

Life Assurance Society, 14 m 33 a 

Marine Insurance Company, 13 j 11 b 

Unirersity College of Wales, 18 a 11/— 30 a 9 rf 

Hospital, AnnirerMtry FettlY^ 7 m 12/ 

Proposed for the North of EngUod, 9 a € 

d -16 111 10 <l— 24 m 5 e— 29 mlOf 
Unregistered Dairymen, 26 m 13e— 9^ 12 il 
Unsuspected Dangers, 15 a 11 a— 18 a 11 /*— 2S 

a6e 
Uppingham School, 19 « 8 e 
Uruguay, Miscellaneous News, 3 « 5 «— 7 a 6 c— 

29a6 2f— 28in5 f 
Uster, Singular Epidemic in, 7 a 6 a— 18 a 5 e 

V. 

Valuation BUI. 19 a 9/-30 mAf 
Value of Land in Bcrmondsey, 7 m 12 (f 

in Camberwell, 22 w 7 d 

in Shoreditch, 27 w 12 d 

of London Wharf Property, 24 m 12 b 

at Twickenham, 28 a 12 b 

in the West of London, 14 a 5 e 

Vancouver Islands, News, 21 m 7 <f 
Van Diemen's Land Company, 4 a He, 
Vandyck— Fote on. 14 « 4 r 
Vaudois Society of Medicine— Papers Bead be- 
fore, 10 a 6 e 
Vaughan (Dr.) Installation to the Deanery « 

Llandaff, 2 a lid 
Venables (Edni.) Roomb Remains at Lmcolq^ 12 

a8 e 
Veneiuela. the Congress in Session, 5 ; 5 s 
Venue in Criminal Oases, 20 m 12/ 
Verein fur Social PoUtik hold a Conference at 

Frankfort, 9 a 5 d 
Vereker (H; P.) the Paubwdia, 24 / 12 b 
Vernacular Sehools in India, Annual Meeting, 

13 m 6/ 
Vesurius, Eruption of, 12 ? 7 d— 13 i 5 « 
Victoria Dwellings Association, 20 ; 11 • 
Mr. Cross Laya the First StW* « .»• 

«• BeaconsfleJd Wing," 26 m 14 a 
Philosophical Institution, Annual Meeting. 

17i7c . ^ 

-— - Hospital for Children, Annual Me«tuig; w 

ml2a 

Bush Fires in, 5 a 7 e 

Census, 19 a 6 a , « « 

Constitutional Difficulty in, 6 a 5 /— 9 a » 

/—10 a 11 b— 11 o 4 c— 15 a ll/^l6tf 10 ^^ 

17a4e— 13i9e— 26 7 4a 

Customs Returns, 20^ 5/ 

El<»clion!«. 10 a 11 a 



Juno 30, 1864.] PAL>IEa'9 index to " TUK IIMES " NK\rSPAPER. 



Wei 



Victo;ia Exhibition, Me Intbrkatiostal 

Ironstone DiscoFered in, 5 a 7 c 

the Ki'Uy Oaug in, 10 a U <t-'29 m 5 c 

Late Governor, 15 a 9/ 

Macedon State Forest Thrown Open for 

Public Selection, 26 / o /* 

MiacelUneoas News,* 20 j 5 rf— 21 ; 7 /'— 26 

j Se 

New Governor, 10 a 1 1 a— 2 m 5 d— 12 mSd 

RailwajA, 10^ a II a 

Parliament. 10 a 11 «— 12 m 5 cf 

the Pre«i in, 1 7 a 4 / 

lievenue Returns, 29 m i e 

Social :*$cience Congress Proposed in, 2 m 5 c^ 



ViUiers (Rt. Hon. 0.) Sutue of, 7 m 12 c— 26 m 

Earl Grenvllle Unveils, 7 ; 8 a 

Mr. Villiers's Letttir to the Mayor on the 

Honour. 19 j d d 
Vivisection. Parliamentary Paper on, 5 m 11 /* 

Meeting of the Society to Repress, 2 ; 8 rf 

Note on. 4 ;' 10 /" 

Volcanoe, a Mountain Peak at Lake Balaton, 

Kmitting Sniuke, SO m 5 d 
VOLUNTEiaiS :— 
for AldershoU, 9 <i U c— 10 a 5 «— 15 a 6/ 

— 12>12/— I7./7rf 
Ambulance Department, Distribution of 

Certificates. 17a 6 6 

Annual Inspection, 4 / 10 •—17 ; 7 «/— 24 ) 



20 fi 



Spring Muster. 6 m 8 rf 



Arrangements for the Week, 10 a 5 e — 16 

41 6« 
County of Sureey Rifle Association, 6 ; 10 c 

Brigade Field Day, 10 a o «— 22 a 10/- 20 

M 12 a .v^ 

Hastier Monhiy K»vii»w, S n \'i <i— 12 a 1 1/ 

£lcho Chiillenge Shield Competition, \7 J Id 

Knglish Kight c'ompctition, 14 / 12 d 

Field IHy at Wimbledon, 1 m 10 s— 5 m 8 

d^V^m 13 a 

Ist Hants, \2 j \2 f 

Iri^h Xote im. 2;i ,tt 10 d 

9ih Kent, \b a\\ f -.'» h 8 d—l / 8 /* 

12th Kent. 12 « 12 « 

Lancaster Rides, Aimuiil Priaj Meeting, 10 

; 12 c 
London Rifles, 14 ti 9 « 

ist. Limdcm. 15 a 6/ 

2nd London \h n i\ f 

38lh Middlesex, 2 /n 10 /i— 5 / 10 e 

jrth Middlesex, 14 ri 9 c 

Note about, 1 6 n 5 /' 

Returns of the Force, 19 a 12 s 

Rifle Matches. 5 / 10 c 

Value of the Force, 12 a U /" 

1st Surrey, 15 « 6 /* 

on Whit- Monday, '21 m 12 '/— 81 /« 9tf 

Whitsuntide and Martinias, 2 i G r 

Wilts Rifles. New President. 2<> m 12 a 

— Wimbledon Camp, Moeting to Cljse Sunday 
Visiting, 30 M \0 u 

W. 
Wageroan (Miss) Caution, 19 m 6 /* 
Wages. Bricklayers, 4c., Reduction in, at Glas- 
gow. VlmHf 



Wages in the Iron Trade. 15 « 4 6— 1 7 ; 7 s 
Wasrgon Driving in South Africa, 9 w 1 1 r 
Wslhouse (M. J.) Rag-Bushes and Kindred 

Observances. 9 .# « rf 
Walker (John) the Paulovrnia, 23 ; 12 J 
Waller (Rev. A.) on Convalescent Institutions, 

23 a 1 2 s 
War Trophies— Thein-Skinned Citzians of Can- 
terbury, 3 a 1 1 6 
Ward (A. R.; on the Uuiversity Boat Race, 4 a 

10 c 

Warehousemen and Clerks* School, Distribution 

of Prizi,*s. 11 ; 7 « 
Warren (Fred.) Arbitration in Trade Disputes^ 

21 m \Sb 
WarBpite Training Ship. Annual Inspection, 7 j 

11 /•— 21 iV2f—'lr> f 14 a 

WarwicKshire Miners. Arrangements about 
Wages. 21 a 12 6—22 a 11 «— 25 a 10 /— 30 a 
1 1 /— 3 w 13 6—16 m 5 €-30 m 6 s— 3; 6/ 

Tenant Farmers. 14 m 13./— -19 m 8 s 

Water Colour Painting. Note on, 14 a 4 c 
Water Companies:— Annual Conference at the 

Society of Arts, IH /« 7 c— 1-9 « 6 ;* 
Correspondence about. 12 a 13 c 

Deputation to Government on, 10 m 14 a 

Exhibition. 19 ; <i a 

Letter from the Prince of Wales to Govern- 
ment on, 11 a %e 

Notes on, 14 a 8/— 19 a 14 r 

State of Shares in Companies, see totrg d4iy*i 

Supply, Conference at tho Society of Arte 

on. 1 5 rs 6 e 

of Edinburgh. 14 / 12 /' 

of Liverpool, 21 mi IS d 

of the Metropolis, 12 / 7 « 

Hnd the Teniiierancc league, Deputation 

to lioverniiient about. IG ; i'2 / 
Alcxandriau Company, Contract for the 

Sale of, laid 

( )dessa, 1 7 a 7 e 

South war k and Vauxhdl, 14 / 8/ 

Wateringlmry Shorthorn Sal*. 25 ; 13 /" 
WaterKMi. the Lion in tlie Fk*I«1 of. .'» -t 7 / 
Wateriii:in*!4 Kxionions at (Travcienl. .'» / 9 /* 
Watson ( ^ir James; on Impruvci L.i-)ourors 

Dwellinj^rt. 23 o 7 // 
Weather, i)aily Report o% see et.r.rj diijf*s pnptr 

ill (. hinii, l« w Id 

l/'old Days in May. 2(1 /«» /' 

antl 'he Oops, 'm I2 r^'l I ; 10 // 

Cycle of the Sea << his, l.i m 7 »t 

Fon-casts, 2 u \ I h 

Foret'aHts for Ka<'h Day, s^e nn fer WkaT'Ikr 

in titt'h dtiyt ft'iprr 

Meceoroloi^icul Chart, stee ^rm-ff Tk'indny's 

ami Pain 2i) m 6 a 

Predic'ions anl Kami PnnpOL'ti, 21 /lie 

WeinUjrxv^I. J.) on Co.u.uvirci.il iV.>aties, 13 /a 

U h 
Well Walk. Ha u.Mte 1 1. 2 / 1 1 /* 
Welli.iKton C »lk-g^, 2:» m 10 i/-27 m 1 1 /—it / 

« a -2t> / U / 

R«»yal Order. 2"i / Ml /f 

VVHierltM D.iv at, 11* y iJc 



?V f,9 



fAMlKK 5 inUKJL l^O 



TUB TIXS9 



HEWSrArSK. 



l^F 



lu 1. w 



Wesley Collesio. Dublin. 29 m 5 / 
Wesl^yan CliHpel Fund, Report, 29 u 6 </ 

Home Missions. \o n 9 e 

Meiho'Hsni in Norlh Wales, 80 m 10/ 

Misitioniiry Society, Annual Meeting, 12 m 

West Cosit of Africa, Miscellaneous News, 11 • 
H f— i»f} <i 7 « 

( 'unil)erlHn<l Liheral AssooiatioTi, 6/86 

KncI Hospital for Paralysis, &c., Fancy 

Biixnar to Ai<I, 9 m 5 / — IC w 9 /* 

of Kn^land Compressed Peat Company, 8 

a 7 n 
— — IndiHn Relief Coninussikm, 14 m 12e 

Ki'nt Liberal A«M}ciation,24 a 9/ 

London HospitsI, ]'A m 9 f 

Prince of VVhK'S Presides at the Dinner 

to A !d, 27.7 7 /' 
— — Stockton Iron Works, Closing of. 28.; 10 h 
\\ t'Stlninster Abbey in Easter Week, l(x o 6 6 
London Church Choir Association Ser- 
vice to Aid the Alexandra Orphanage, 10 m 7 /" 

PrcHchers, 4 a 10 f—lO a 9 /—»l tn 13 f 

Services. 15 m 10 of 



' Indn'Strial Exhibition, 8 ct IS a — 10 m 7/— 

23 lu r. ^-2tjm8 /•— 4/9/— H>i Ily:-17^ 7« 
— 19» 8 e/-23 i\2 J 

St.lmol, Annual Elections, 22 a 9/— I m 5 

/—•il m 12 r 

Wus!]>haHan Manufacturers and Free Trade, 8 



tn ."» (• 



Wc!<tr<'pp (Hodder) Note on Feticbism, 28m 10 r 

W'lu'at. Cost of Profhicing in America, 10 a 7/ 

Kami, ibe Un-wtrst in the World, 14 m 6/ 

— .*^outh Anstrjili.in, 2 m 5 d 

Wheihufii {IjunX Mayor) on Hospital Sunday, 
13 ; 9 / 

on ibe Tnternntlonal Agricultural Exhibi- 
tion. 8 HI 7 /' 

Wliiiii (^ Arnold) Economics of the Telephone, 10 
;»/ 1;/ 

(Edw.) Charity Organization, 18 a 11/ 

- {v. S. ■ on Pa*<j«]»«>rf8 in France, 2I» m 6 c 
(W. H.)on London llridge, 25/8/ 

Elei'btmt, j« w » / 

Whiiochapel Ilonid of Work?*. Costly Improre- 
ujcnis Arrnnged by. 25 ; 12/ 

Hay and v^t raw' Market. 30 a \2 tf 

Ne«v Diinkii'g Fountain in, 18 j 10 c 

Whitelav ( — ) lUness ot. I /// 9/ 
Whitsuntide floliilay Arrangements, 29 m 8 a 

- An'u*ement8. It / 10 n 

Wbittinjjton < 'onimon, Knclo ure of. 19 / 1 1/ 
Wbliworth V Rev. All^n) on Enf«'er, 22 m 10 ^5 
\N bMcbead i^T. B.) on Agricaltural Depression, 

«'n II e 
Whyte-Melville (Major) Proposed Statue to, 80 

m 1 1 /.— 2«; 7 7 b 
Wilbprfj>n e Memorial Cbtircb. Concert at Gros- 

ven()r F'ou-e for the Organ Fund, 17 « 7< — 

14 ; II r— 21 ; fi /' 
Fnniilv. 7/ \0 o-.\0 j 7/'~12;9/ 

^ H. E.) Oh the Wilborfofce Family. 12 ; 9 / 

OL G.)on the Wilberforce Family, 10 ; 7 /' 

— ^W, H. on lilt Willierfovce Family. I0> 7/ 

Wild Fowl Preservation Act, \ m (i b 
Will of Nine Words Proved at Lewes. 14 / 8 il 
lv>4 



Williams (Edw.) Steel from CtovdiBd Iran, « i 

7/ 
(Watkin) on the Sooth Eaaten Baiinr^ 

ISvff 12 6 
WilU ( W. O.) Change of Parti, i> 8/ 
WniiS AND BEQUESTS:— 
AlUson, Arthur, 26 a IS e 

- Anderson, Sir H. L.. 9 « 6/ 

Arbnthnot, Mr. A. F., 9 m 6 /* 

Arden, Joseph, 5 a 14 6 

Ashburnham, Ladj E. 8., 16 m 11 r 

Ashley, Morris, 6 « 11 e 

Ashton, P. J., 13 ; 9 /■ 

Baines. liufrb Robert, 'ij 18 / 

Barber, Lady Millicent, 10 a 10 /" 

Bayle. W. Kutter, 30 « 8 A 

Beauderk. Lord A. W., 16 m 11 « 

Beniley, Juhn^ 5 • 14 ^ 

Bickncll H. Edgworth, 10 s 10 / 

Binki, J. Bote, 18 a II c 

Binney, Wm. Soott, 6/ 11 c 

Bird, C. J., 27y 12 e 

Blane, Capit. Oeo., 6i 11 < 

Bradberry, Thos., 6 a 14 6 

Bradford, Wio. Edw^ 18 w 4/ 

Bretberton, Francis, 2j 18/ 

Caird, Wm., 80 m S k 

Challinor, Edw.. 27 ; 12 e 

Cliyton. R. T., 20 ; IS k 

Cohen, Mrs. Sarah. 18 a II r 

C^ney, Major Bicknell, 2b « 12 

Coote, Capt. J. C. 27 f V2e 

Corben. Charles, 26 a 12 r 

Cowinnd, Henry, f m 6/ 

Cro*se. Kobert, 2 ml f 

— Davis, Wm., 18« 11 c 

Dewer. F^lw., 23 « 10 / 

l>ixon, John. 2t) a 12 c 

Kcides, Thos., 27 j IS c 

Kljfood, J. G., 6>11 c 

Exeter, Dowager MarchionefS, 18 « n<^ 

Fanchawe, Rer. F-, 20 jf 12 6 

Fisber, Fred. Fiti-Henry, 23 m 10/ 

Fletcher, Thos, C, 80 m 8 /> 

F«»**y, F.S- I8j9/ 

Geary, Sir W. K. Powlett, 10 a 10/ 

Goding, Lady J. E., 10 a 10 /^ 

Gosling Mrs. G. V„ 27i 12 c 

OrefFulhe. Count, 6 / 1 1 c 

Gve. Fred., 6> 11 c 

Hadfield. Geo., 27 ; 12 c 

RcT. Alfred. 27 ; 12 c 

Haigb. Geo., 26 a 12 c 

Hamilton, Capt. H. O., 9 m 6/ 

Hamond, T. A. Horace, 26 o U c 

Hampton, Wm., 20; 12 b 

Hatton James, 28 m 10 / 

Hirach, J., 28 m 10 / 

Hopper, John, 13/9/ 

Hughan, Thos.. 80 /» 8 6 

Hunt, E. M., 9 m 6 /' 

Jex, Daniel, 2 « 7 / 

Jones. VVni.. 30 m 8 6 

Leeuiing. i'bas., 5 « 14 & 

Leon. Philip. 9 w 6 / 

Long, Wm., 10 a 10/ 

Longman. John* 2 m 7/ 



Jiuia 30, 1879.] palmxk^s ixdsx to thb *^ times ** nbwspapxs. 



Wti 



Wills and Beqaeets {continued), 
-» — Longman, Richard, 13 ; 9/ 

Maiden, Viscount, 18 a 11 c 

M'Connel, James, 9 m Bf 

Milward, Richard, 9 m 6/ 

Murt'bison, Dr. Chat., B) lie 

Newcastle, Duke ef, 16 m 11 e 

Norman, Mrs. C. A., 26 « 12 c 

— Onslow, Denzil, 10 a 10/ 
• Ord, Wm., 27il2c 

— Patter, Asa, \0 j i d 

< Panizzi, Sir Anthony. 2 m 7 f 

Parker, Wra., 30 m S h 

Peel, Rt. Hon. Jonathan, 4 a 5/ 

• PensoD, Geo., 26' « 12 e 

Peters, John. 23 m 10/ 

' Phare, Mrs. Elia., 9 m'6 / 

Pulieine, James, 80 m 8 6 

Remfry, Wm., VSj9 f 

Rosa. W. W,2iw7/ 

Rothschild, Baron Lionel Nathan de, 2 7 j 12 e 

Rushoat, Sir C. F. R., 27 i 12 c 

St. Leger Qranfell, Pascoe, Bj 1 1 c 

ShepperdsoD. Rev. E. H.. 23 iii 10 / 

Silverlock, Henry, 13 m 4 / 

-— Simra. John, 20 ; 12 ^ 

Smith, Geo., 2 i 15/ 

^>— Stfeer» Geo. John, 16 m 11 e 

Tayler, Wm., 18 a 1 1 c 

Toller, Thos., 30 m 3 6 

Trevelyan, Sir W. C, 20 / IS 6 

<- — Tweeddale, Marquis of. 16 in 11 « 

Walford, W. Styleman, 2 im 7/ 

Watmuff, Joseph^ 20/ 12 b 

Wenrieydale, Baroness 10 a 10/ 

' Westmoreland, Countess of, 28 in 10/ 

Whitaker, John. 30 »i 8 6 

M. W„ 16 Ml 11 « 

* Whitehurst, Chas. Howard, 2 m 7 / 

' Wititerton, Enrlof,ao a 10/ 

Wolff. Mark, 2 w 7 /" 

Wood, Hugh. 13 » 4/ 

— J. M., 18## U r 

Wrightson, W. B., 10 /i 10 / 

Wilson {^0, Rit'ers} Famine in Upper Egypt, 2 a 

10 d 

(Samuels Trout for Australia, 12; 13 c^ 

Wiltshire. Reduction of Rents in, 19 a 6 a 
Winchester College, Annual Examination, 15 a 

10/ 
Wind, Regist^ng the. 20 m 6 a 
Window Breaking in the West End, 2 a 1 1 a~S 

one 
Windsor Castle. State Apartments, Notices, 16 

a8a^24m9e— 14.75 f 
8t. George's Chapel Closed for Repairs, 31 

am ^ f 

Wine,* Old Port, 18 a 11 «f 

' Duties. 19 rt 7 e— 1 m 4/— 8 m 7 « 

— Exhibition of in Hungary, 7 m 5 e 
' Import Returns. 19 a 12 b 

Land of Sherry, Notes on, 20 m 4/— 3 ? 1 1 f 

Wodehouse( Major Gen.) on the Patriotic Fund, 

lorn 11 b 
Wuroen*s Peace Society, Annual Meeting. 2 / G r 
— — Bights. Two Females Apjwfnted Overseers 

of the Poor at Brill. I2n7 d 



Wolff (Sir H. D.) on MovemenU of, 24 > 10 s 
Wonderful Discovery in Australia~Suspended 

Animation in Animals for Export, 26 m 6 d — 

29 w 7 c— 3i6c 
Wooden Candlesticks, Dagger of Using, 29 a B » 
Woodruff Scientific Expedition, Notice. 24 m 7 e 
Woollen Trade at Huddersfield. 9m 7 f 
Worcester Cathedral, Boch*s PassioB Music at^ 

10a6f 
School. 21 a 9 & 



New Recorder, 1 6 i 11 s 



Worgan (Lt. Gen.) the Disaster to the lOtb 

Hussars, 16 u 5 « 
Workhouses and their Inmates, B j )0 f 
Working Men*s College, Lectures before, 1 7 a 9 

s — 8 M tie 
lord's Day Rest Association, Annual Meet- 
ing. 19 m 6 a 
Workmen's Benefit Club, a Mother Sues for her 

Soil's Death-Money Who was Executed for 

Murder, 18 a 10 6 
Club and Institute Union, Annual Meeting, 

23jbd 
Social Educational League, Annual Meeting,. 

26 w 7/— 10>13 6 
Worms (Henry de) on the the Stafford House 

South African Fund. 18 ; 8 6 
Wortley Iron Works Closed from the Depression 

of Trade, 26 m 8/ 
Wray (Lt. Gen.) on Field-Fire and Scientific 

Shooting, 12 a 6 ^ 17 a 5 </— 26 a 7/— 1 mile 
WBEOKS:— 

of the Baltir.^ Official Inquiry into, 2 j 9 d 

of the Ceres, in the Channel ^jBf 

of the C/ydii, on Dyer's IsUnd, 23 a 14 r &^ 

d-^2 m 10 a 

Official Inquiry, 16 m 10 e 



of the AVm^aryA — Fund to be Dirided 

among the Relations of the Drowned, 1 Ij 9 / 

^-^ of the Eurydice, Monument to the Memory 
of the Sailors Drowned and Washed Ashore at 
Haslar. 19 a 14 c 

of the Leaning Star^ Official Inquiry, 3 m 4 e 

cf the iVi'&, Landing Survivors, 5 7a 8 s 

of the AotMsUf off Malta, 8 m 5 s 

of the P/uenix, off Blackeoey Overfalls, 17 

fM 10 s 

of the WhiieKavenf Official Inquiry into. 10 

yi2 6 

Suposed near Tripcock-Point, 30 m 6 e— 31 

ia9e 
Recovery and Salvage Company at Work. 

31 m 8 d 

Reports of, 26 m 18 a 

see also Ship Nxwt 

WBEOK BEGISTBY GOUET:-. 

the Ahrtuia, 2 i m 6 s 

the Baltnoral, 16 a 12 a 

the Deniwnret 10 a 4 s 

the Garonne, 29 m 4 e 

Expert and Countess of Durham ^ 9 a 4 s 

the Jjeading St'ir, B m i d 

the Nurthem, 28 m 4 « 

the Rotter t Dickinson, 19 si 6/ 

the 6' reonshttih^ 7 j IS e 

Wrightson ( Professor) Law of Distraint for Rent^ 

S ul'6c 



Wri 



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PALUKKS IFDKX TO '* THB TIMES'' NCMTSrAPKR. 



[April l.to 



— at Urundi, 1 7 a 5 e 
Blue Books on. 24 in 5 6 
Boundary of Zululand, 10 a 4 6 
Canip at Inypzani, 13 m 10 a 
Cape Mounted Uiflemen. 24 a 8 a 
Casualties during the Campaign, 5 a 5 < 
Cctywajo and his Chiefs m Council, 9 / 8 </ 

— Messengers. 24 ; 8 a 

— Offers Peace. 1 7 a 5 e 



.-._ Chances of the War, 13 m 10 a 

Chelmsford (Lord) at Amatakulu, 17 a 5 e 

i_~ ( h efs Submitting. 1 2 m 8 a-^l j \2 b 

* Comniissarait Buildings Burnt in Grey 

Town. 9 ;8rf 

. Cruelties by Mavyoba, 5 « 5 rf 

^ Deai^ of Umbelmi, 13 #/» 10 a 

. ■ Defeat of the Enemy on Two Islands in the 

Orange River, 26 m M) a 

. Destruction of Dabulemanzis Kraal, Sai lOe 

«. Diary of the War from Ibrahimzai, 21 a 5 e 

, Disaster on the Intombi River, 18 a 10 a— 

21j5A 
I at Rorke's Dnft as Described by Capt 

Essex, 2 a 1 1 a 

an Account of, from the Natal Mtrtwy^ 



Wright (Bryce) on Spurious Emeralds, 20 m 10 a. 
Wykehamist Dinner, Annual Meetiug, 20 j 9 f 

Y. 
Yardley (Yincent) Puerperal Fever in Hospitali, 

17m7<^ 
Yellow Fever and Cold, 82 m 7 6 
Yelverton (Adm.) Memorial to, 16 a 9/ 
York (Abp. of) on the Bp. of Durham's Conse- 
cration, 29 a 5/ 
Yorkshire Fine Art and Industrial Exhibition, 

Opening of , 9 m 8 ^ 
- — Society's School, 67th Anniversary. 9 m 4/ 
Youl (James A.) on Salmon and Trout at the 

Antipodes, 9joe 
Young Men's Christian Association, Annual 

Meeting. 26 a 12 e 
Young's Paraffin Light and Mineral Oil Com- 
pany, 19 m 9/ 

Z. 
Zenani Mission, Annual Breakfast. 3 m 6 e 
Zoological Society, Monthly Meetings, 18 a 5 / 

—23 m o d^27 J4 f 
— ^ Fiftieth Anniversary, I m7 d 

Gardens, Additions to, 8 m 7 /~26 m 10 b 

Lectures in, 80 w 9/ 

Zulu Missions and the Boers, Note on, 18 m 6 f 
ZULU WAB:-^ 

Aborigines Protection Society, Account of, 

19 a 12 c 

— Attack on Col. Wood'8 Camp, 17 m 5 e 
Plan of the Position, \7 m 5 c & d 

Battle of Kanibula Uill. 17 w 6 c— 11 j 7 b 

_— Encampment on, 24 a 8 a — 21 j b a 

.. Desperate Fighting at, 3 m 12 a 
■ the Soldiers' Grave at, 21 ; 5 a | 



13 m 10 e 

— Gazette on Saving the Coloun of the 



24th Kcgiment, b a & d 
Note on, 8 a 13 <f 



>— an Officer's Account of, 10 a lH if 
— the Zulus after, A a 5 & 



Zulu War (continued). 

Dunne (CoL) on the Garriaon at Ekowe, 9 

a 10^ 
Durban, Lauding of Fresh Troops at, 21 s 

8a 

Ekowe, Sketch of the Fort of, 17 a 6 a 

Return of the Garrison from. 8 m 10/ 

and Fort Tenedos Commuiiicated by ths 

Heliograph. 3 a 6 a 
Col. Pearson Entrenched at. 8 a IS a— J 

a 9 f—9 a 10 6^12 a 18 a— 19 si 5 a 
Relief Column for, 9 a 6 /*— 9 a 10 «-lT 

a5 0— 17a6a— 19 a 12e~21 a8 6~-23alOt 
Serious Fighting. 23 a 14 a— 8 » 10 s 



— English Troops at the Tugela, 30 a 12 a 

— Fever in, 6.; 6 6 

— Fighting in Basutoland, 17 a 5 /— 21 aSi 

— Frefh Troops for, 80 m 10 a— 3 > 5/— oj 10 
a— 6;6a— 10;87 

— tha Future of the Country, 21 ai 5 4 
Note on, 29ml0d 



— Ginghilova Camp. News from, 24 m 5 a 

Arms Captured at, 19 m 5 6 

Engagement at, 6 m 10 a— 7 ai IS a— 9 a 

10</— 19a«r>ft 

rian of the Battle. 8 m 10 c & <f 



loandlana, Note on, 5 / 10 6 

Lassooiog the Enemy — a Novel Mode of 

Attack Proposed, M a 8 s 

Letter from an Officer of the 80th Regioient, 

23 o 14 d— 80 a 12 a 

— M anston House Relief Fund for the Bereavpd 
by the Rorke's Drift Calamity. 1 a 12 a—ia 
6 6—3 a 10 c/— 4 a 10 if— 5 a 12 r— 8 a 13 ^ 
9 a 10 6—11 a 4 t— 18 a 8 6—21 a ll/-^4s 
8 a— 25 a 6 e— 26 a IS </— 29 a 10 s— 3 mlt- 
16 m 10 r — 17 m 10 d 

Collection at Camp Zambula for tbs 

Bereaved, 11^46 
Concert at 8t. James's Hall to Aid, 22 i 



8 6 



— Notes about, Sail 6—4 a 10 6—5 a \2 c 
10 (i 10 c/— 11 a 9 6- 15 o iO(f-24o8a-l 



m 10 c 



m 



8c 



Performances, &c., to Aid, 13 m 10 d—it 



— • - Proposal to Extend to the Entire Armj 
during the Wiirr2iy u 10 6—5 > 10 

Theatrical Benefit at the Gaiety to Aii 

7 a 10 rt 

— Map of the Road to Ekowe, 17 a € a 

of Kulttland, 21 j 5 c & </ 

— Massing of Troops at Doomberg 9 m 8 a 



— Messages of 8ympaihy from the Queen and 
Government to Lord Chelmsford, 22 a 8 a 

— Miscellaneous News, 4 u 10 6—7 a 10 6—9 
a 6/— 14 a 8 o— 7 m 12 a— 16 m 10 o— 22 a 8 
n&6— 26 m 10 a— 27 w 7/— 2 > 12 a— ^j 6a 
—7 ; 8 rf--9 ; 8 c— 1 1 i 10/— lay 10 a^Uj 5 
<r— 16 ; 12 a— 19^ 7 e— 21 j 5 €—21 j 12 a-» 

j U/— 26 j 12 a— 28 i 6 «-80 ; 12 a 

— Missionary among the Zulus, 19 a 9 e 

— Mognendo. the King's Brother Sarrendeit 
with his Family and Followers, 16 m 10 a 

— Natal Press on, 13/ 10 « 

— New Camps, 26 m 10 6 

— News fixiHi Daka, 21 /t 6 a 



Jane 30, 1879.] paluek's index to ^* the times " newspaper. 



Zur 



Zulu War (ronfinv«</). 

Notes about, 9 a 10 b— -lO a 10 (/•— 11 a9 b 

—16 a 8 a— 17 a 5/— 19 a 12 </— 32 a 10 e— 9 

M 10 6.80m lOfr— 19il2/' 
^— Offer of the Senrioes of the St. John Am- 

bulADce Corps Declined, 9 a 10 a 
OfBcen KiUed, 17 a 6 «>-19 a 6 /*— 28 a U 

a~80 a 12 a— 7 m 12 6- 18 m 10 a— 16 m 10 e 

>-22 m 8 6—24 m 6 a— 26 m 10 a—d ; 8 e 

Selected for the War, 12 m S c— 4 ; 10 / 

Official Deipatchet, 6 a 6 «— 19 a 5/— 22 a 

4 6—28 a 14 c— 8 m 10 /— 9 m 10 cf— 28 m 5 / 

—81 m I2a 
-^ Oham Snirenden to Oapt. Macleod, 7 a 10 

a— 12 a 18 a— 19 a 5 < 

and Cetvwsyo. Note on. 8 a 11 e 

Petition from the Aborigines Protection 

Society for Peai'e, 80 w 10 6 
Practical Joke of the Followers of Oham, 

22a46 

— Primitire Expeditions, 21 a 6 « 

— Prince Imperial at GoTemment House, 21 

Heiilth of, 22 m 8 »-21 .; 5 a 

<— — Joins the Camp near Duirban, 28 a 14 6 

—24 a 8 a 
the General's Staff, 8 m 12 d— 18 m 10 

a— 16 m 10 o 
Relative Strength of the Parties— English 

and Zulas, 5 m 18 6 
Rorke's^Drift, RocoTery of the Bodies of the 

Slain at. 16> 12 a 
SheUing2Morosi*s Mountaia by the English, 

7 m 12 h 
Sick and Wounded, Note on, 17 j 10 a 



Zulu War (continued). 

Shipment of Mules from Kentucky for the 

War, 16 a 5 e 

Slaughter at Intombi Drift of the 80th Regi- 
ment, 9 a 5/— 9 a 10 a— 18 a 10 a— 21 a 8 a 
—22 <i 4 a— 8 m 12 b 

List of Killed and Missing, 18 a 10 b-29 

a4e— dm 12 b 

Sickand Wounded in. Notice about, 16^19 b 

Siege of Moirosi*s Mountain, 16 m lO a — 17 

m 5 a 

Staff of Nurses being Organlied for under 

Lady Barker, 21 a 8 6 

Stafford House South African Aid Fund, 6 

y6a-9; 11/- 11 ; 7/-18.; 5/-17>7e-lS 
i 7 r-\S i 6 0—19 J 12/-24 / 10 s 

State of the Zulus Array, 6 a 6 c 

of Durham. 12 n 18 a 

Stores from England, 25 a 5 /* 

Surgeon -Major Shepherds, Note about, 28 si 

10 « 

Utrecht, Fighting at, 8 m 10 a-^21 ; 6 b 

Wolseley (Sir Garnet) Staff, 80 m 10 a 

Note about, 31 m 12 d 



— Wood (ColJ Returns from an Expedition 
into Oham*s Country, !4 a 8 a — 18 a 10 a 

Conflict vfith the Zulus. 2 m 10 a 

— Zlobani Mountain, Official Account of the 
Affair at, 8 m 12 « — 5 m 18 a — 17 m 6 b 

a Frenchman Taken Prisoner by the 

Zulus, his Account. 81 m 12 c 

Sketches of, 17 m 6 /*— 19 mt h 

Taken by Col. BuUer, 22 m 8 a 



Zulus in our Hospitals 18 j 8 6 
Zurich, Find of Old Roman Coins in, 28 7 7 « 

107 



raria. 



S. Vxvunm, and Soss, 76, Strand, London, W. C. 



INDEX 



TO THS 



TIMES NEWSPAPER, 



1879. 



SUMMER QUARTER— July 1 to September 80. 



** n« valj tnitt hiatory of a conntiy u to b« found in ita newspapers." 

LoBD Maoaulat. 



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

1880. 



INDEX TO 




I NEWSPAPER. 



8UM1IEB QUARTER— JULt 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30. 



JteriBBXOS. — Th$ Tlmsi Newspaper lutrlng » leparate pagination to each number, the following method Is adopted 
to snit It to any file: thus 8 > 11 • meane July Stn, page 11, oolilmn 6 ; the italic letter after the first flgnr« 
noting tike month, and the Italio letter (aocording to alphabet) after the second figure noting the cohmin c f 
the page. 



A. 

Aboriginal Steilito Qtuutim in the United Statei, 

17*6/ 
Abjionia, Slare Trade in, 6 a 10 A 
Acheen. Dutch War in, 12 « 5 <^28 s 4 a 
AOGIDENTS:— 
-^ at Abbeyatead, Borating of the ReBerroir 

Worka at, 67 18 c 
— — Wro. Adama, Falling down Granite Stepa, 

2a6 d 

— Alpine Accidents, 19 a if 

Mr. AchiU Baglehole, Killed by FalUng 

OTcr the Cliff at the Land's End, 6 ; 8 a 

— Lt. AWea, Drowned at Jersey, 18^" 10/ 

• Mr. Anderson and Kennath Heed, Drowned 

by the Capsizing of their Canoe, 2 a 10/ 

— Mr. Argles, Drowned at Corkham, 16 aJ J 
Rich. Ashley, Falling Orerboard the Lan- 

emshiref II J 9/ 

— - Arthur Asprey, Killed by the Accidental 
Discharge of his Qun, 1 « 10 /* 

a Balloon Falling into the Sea, 29 a 8 e 

— — Richard Barnes, Drowned in Lake Winder- 
mere, 26a d d 

•~— at Barrow Rolling Mills Furnaces, Two 
Men being Precipitated f rem a Lift-cage, 29 
*9/ 

— — Barry, a Workman, Killed at Cork from a 
Crane with its Board Falling on him, 8 i 8 a 

-^— Lt.-CoL Baume, Drowned, 1 » 6 /— 2 s 7/ 

— T. Bedford, Drowned off the Indefaiigabu, 
in the Mersey, 4 j 5 e 

- — in Belfast Lough, Two Men Drowned, 26 

a9cl 
Wm. Bird, Killed through liis Bicycle 

coming into Collision with another. ZOj 7 e 
•^— Alfred Biss, through the Accidental Dis- 
charge of his own Gun, 24^ 11/ 
— — Boat Capsized at Fulton Locks and Four 

Young Men Drowned, Hi 14 a 

Martha Bothwell, Accidentally Shot, 19 a 7 s 

— ■— at Boulogne, Five Persons Drowned while 

Bathing at, 26 « 8 a~26 a 8 e— 27 s 10 /'— 29 s 

11 *— 80*8/ 
a Boy, named Deaking, Drowned through 

a Panic, 7 no d 



I 



Aooidenta {continued), 

a Boy, a Wall Falling on and Killing him. 

14 a 9/ .0 

who Fell into the Thames off .the Em- 
bankment, 12 a 9/ 

Geo. Brammett, Drowned, 19 a 7/ 

J. Buttrum, Three Sons of, Drowned, 14 a 

9/ 

G. C. Cannaway, Drowned, 16 a 6 a 

Thos. Chancellor, Thrown from his Carriage, 

at Lansdown, 7 f 7 b 

Lord Chatham and Capt. Carendiih, Thrown 

from a Gig, at Charlewood, 2G « 7 e 

Coach, FaUl to Two Passengers, 15*9/ 

Arthur Cooke and Four others^ Drowned. 

13*9/ ' 

Cooper, Killed in a Fight, 27 * 6 6 

J. H. Coote and Mr. Mills, Drowned while 

Bathing at Yarmouth, 26 a 9 </ 
Mr. Curaon, Accidentally Shot, itSf 

M. Dabinded, Killed by Falling off Mount 

Pilatus while Seeking to gather Edelweiss. 
16*3* ' 

Wm. Dayis.'Drowned, 8 a 10/ 

the King of Denmark, from his Carriage 

coming into Collision with an Actor's, 6*9/ 
Rich. Dillon and Two others. Drowned. 6 * 

Sergt. Wm. D wight, AccidenUlly Shot 12 

> 14 * 

to the "Eclipse" BaUoon, near Rochford. 

26 e 7 /■ ' 

Edw. Ere, Drowned while Bathing, 29a 4 d 

Explosion at Carr-House Iron Works. West 

Hartlepool, 18 j 10/ ' 

at Donegal, of Dynamite, a Street Torn 

up, 21 ; 6 a 

Fatal Boiler, at Crewe, Two Men KUled. 

10 * 10 c 

— -— of Gas, Clmton Arms Hotel, Mr. Thos. 
Seriously Injured, 8*4/* 
at Croydon, 4>8 6 



I 



of a Gasometer for the Dartford Com- 
pany, 8;5c— 8y 7e 

of a Powder Magazine, at Bodei, Ten 

Persons Killed, U / 7 / ' 
at Uphill Oil, Works, 20 * 6 c 



Aoe 



PAL]CKB*8 INUKX TO ** THK TIMK8 '' HKW8PAPSE. [Jul J 1 to 



AeddantB (conttnu€d), 

Explosion at SoutbAmptoa, 16 « 11/ 

Fall of Cbimnegrs, at Dublin, Two Men 

Injured, 26 a 9 </ 
-i^-— of Twe HooieB in Bolborn, 6 a 9 « 
Farmer and 'J en of liit Cows Killed in a 

ThnnderBtorm, at Appenzal, 9y 5 d 
^"^ a Father and Son, Moa-^tainee.i, KOled hw 

Fallmg from the Leiugral, I m5 d 
— — bj the Flooring of the Jewish Sjnagogne 

at Szoljva Falling into the Bath beueafh, 27 

« 6 a 
Dr. Karl Foelts, Killed by Falling from a 

Monntain, bsbf 
^~ — Mr. Forrester, Killed by a Fall near the 

Dard Gbcier, 22 a 8 r-~28 a 6 <f— 26 a 6 c 
— — Treror Foster, Killed by the Accidental 

Discharge of his Pistol, 80 « 6 s 

Gisler, a Guide, on the Alpa, 18 « 6 rf 

— — Madame Fanny Qodard and Von Kerd who 

in Detoeoding in a Balloon Each Broke aa 

Arm, 18 « 5/ 

F. F. Goode, Drowned, 13 a 9/ 

-" — Daniel Guerien, Ded from the Effects of a 

Cart-wheel Passing OTor his Head, 5 a 10 / 
Wm. Uanej, Falling from a Scaffoldiog, 19 

a 7 e 
James Hannaford, Drowned in the Sound, 

22«10e 

Jos. Hayes, Drowned, 12 « 11 / 

Miss Hyde and Mr. lies, Drowned in the 

ATon, Ij 5/ 
a Man, Named Jossi, Struck by a Falling 

Stone into an Ice Quarry in the Alps, 10 « 5 d 

— Madame Kinsherger and her Three Children 
Burnt to Death, at Brussels, 14 ; 8 a 

Mr. Kohler, Run OTor and Killed by an 

Omnibus, 2bs$ f 
Jof. Koser, through Falling down and his 

Head coming in contact with a Rock, 8 a 10/ 
a Latwurer, Cut ^o Pieces by an Eiprets 

Train, 8 a 1 1 6 

Two Ladies. Capsizing of a Boat, 6 a 12 6 

some Ladies, thrown from a Carriage, near 

St. Cergues, I a 5 d 

Three Lads, Drowned while Bathing, 1 « 6/ 

Gen. Lflzar^eff, Kicked in the Chest by a 

Run-away Horse, 7 a 6 c 
— — Professor Leuenbergcr, Killed by Falling 

f:om a Mountam, 1 « 5 r/— 5 t 5 f 
— — Lindacc, Explosion of a Petroleum Lamp 

in a Taverd, 1 1 « 8 e 
Rev. Mr. Mackenzie, Ealleilby Falling from 

a Cliff, 80 s 9 6 
^- — at Messrs. Maden and Hayter^s Cotton 

Mills, near Todmo den. One Person Killed and 

Several Injured, 19 9 18/ 

— ~ Tbos. Marks, Drowned. 9 s A d 

— - James M*Allistei, Drowned by the Capsiz- 
ing of a Boat, 26 ; 7 <• 

Misses M'Call, Drowned while Bathing in 

the Clyde. 28 ; 6 /* 

John MColl. Di-ownod. 12 « 11 / 

— — Herr Geo. Meddiug. Kiilea by Falling from 
the Maiterhom, 21 a o r. 

M. Mellcy, Killed by Falling from the 

Alp*. 2o « 3 a 
4 



Aeetdenta (canttnutd), 

Melson, Drowned, 14 a 9/ 

Two Men, Drowned, 10 « 12 e 

Killed by being Squashed by •erne BoA 



Bathing, IS s 



Falling on them, 8 « 6 a 

— Three Men, Drowned 

— Mew, — ^ Drowned at Plyrooutiu 18 ; 11/ 

— Arohibald Morrison and others, Drowned, 
A»Sf 

— Dr. Jun. Motdjr, Killed wliile Deaoenfiiv 
the Matterhom, 16 a 6 s 

Note on, 28 tf II & 



— Gdw. MovIb, and another. Buried Alive by 
Earth Falling on them, 88 a 10 c 

— Thos. NattrMW, K'dled by a Cask Faffing 
on his Heed, 17 #10 a 

— Christian Michel, Falling into an Abyss oa 
the Alps, 10 s 6 <f 

— Sur Stafford Northoote, lluown from t 
Landau, 28 i 10/ 

— Oake and Cockerman, Falling off Bonsit 
by «^hich they were Wounded, 6 « 6/ 

— Chas. OvoT, Accidentally Shot, € a 9 / 

— Mr. Pearch and hia Son, Drowned st 
Bavenev Weir, 26 « 9 if 

— Two Persons, Drowned, 28 « 5/ 
Pilots, Drowned, 1 « 6/ 



Samuel Porter, Accidental Shot, 4 « 8/ 

at Portishead IXykworks, Thrse WoctaMB 

Buried by a FaU of £a th, 14 a 11 e 
a Priest, at Rhode, Killed by a Stroke of 

Ligh ning in his Confessional Chair, 4 j 6 c 
Thos. Ralphs, Kilkd at Strangewaj HaD 

Colliery, 23 a 10 s 

Alfred Bobbins, Drowned, 87 a 6 e 

Masters Roberts and Harrison, Drowned, ? 

alia 
Albert Rogers, Killed by the Ezploaion of 

a Gun at Wolverhampton, 1 jl k 
Madame RoUand, Swept over the Nlagan 

Falls vrhw'n Stooping to take a Drink of Water. 

9 J 10 e 
Samuel Ross. Killed ia the Royal Gaa 

Fac 0T7, Woolwich, 26 a 8 « 
Geo. Salter, Drowned at Deronpo't, 10; 

14 e 
Lady Seb.ight, I'hrown from her Horse, 8i^ 

«8e 
Wm. S mnoons, Two Son« of, Drowned 

wlule Bath^if;, 5 a 5 c 

Geo. Smi h. Drowned, 9 s 4 rf 

Sidney Smi h. Killed AccideotoUj while 

Wres> 'log, 25 ;6 a 
King Alfonso of Sp'in, Thrown from his 

Carriage ai San Sedefonso, 8 a 5 /— 9 « 8 e— 

12 a8^ 
Ernest Sy moods, KlUed by a Bull at Brigh- 
ton, 12 r 10 d 

Mr. '• a'bot, Drowned. 1 1 » 8 rf 

Earnest I'opham and Ernest Rm-vpsoq, 

D owneri while Bpthins: a" Rai»corn. 86 a 9 ^ 
• — J. Tmtte \ Son of, Drowned, 12 < 11/ 

Tiio«. Turner, Drowned, 9 « 4 s 

Two Mei. Suffocared by Dynamite in the 

Marnh Tu incl. 26 * 8/ 
Mr. Whyl«, Fallin}; off a Pieuipice, & alOf 



Sep. 30, 1S79. J palvsh's imdkx to ^ tub timu " mbwspapi 



Afg 



Aoddente (con/MiiAf). 

Aiigast Vaolebergt Killed at Deronport 

Dockyard, IS a 6 « 
^— Herr Gnbo. Wedding, Falling in making an 

Almne A«oant, 26 a 7/ 
•— MiM WiieniJiii and Mas9 Bji{9Gkf<^Nv. 

Drowned whilv BH.bing, 2a « 6 « >— r*<JblV 
R. A. Woo<!head, KiUed>>. 

Mrt. Wri:<ht, Thrown ixdh her Carf|B|e, 

■ear Martigny, 1 « 5 ^ | ft'^'-V 

— ^ Yacht Cuptiaedat Pointajitiz Trea6t4ef^tiid 

Etgltt l*eraona Drowned, 3t i |^-~80V H>^ 
— ^ a Young Man, Failing %owik %Jub 

while Gkitkering EdelweiM, 6 a 5 > 
▲OOISSNTS-lEDIDrO :— 

CciUieTy at Knutton, 10 « 10 « 

Explo^n at Jligh Blautyre Colliery, 4/6 

/*— 5 ; 18 c— 5 « 1 « 

at Dinaa Ccilliery. Ut liof Fund, 1 1 j 9 f 

of Fire Daoi^ at Kew Lierlulin Mine, 2{) 



»ii^i 



Aeddenta— Bailway (contifmed). 

at Padgate^ Carriagee Running off the 

Metala, 7 a 5 </ 
near Retford, an Axle Crank Breaking, 17 

-^ at Sonthampton, the Train Banning into 
the Buffer Stopi, 17 s6 f 
^h.— near Steinbruch SUtion, the Carriagee 
''^(akiagFire, 1 « 11 /* 

near Stuntney Cutting. 2 s 3/ 
at TreeaaUe Stdings, 12 « 9 « 
^4- at Trowae Station, an £ngine Leaying the 
>-AailB. 27 s 10/ 

t^ at Victoria SUtion, Official lajuiry, 1 « 11 A 
Colliaioa at Connah's Quay Station, 6 « 6 6 
~ near Bloomfleld, 28 ; 8 a 
between Flera and Monteecret, 18 a 5 e— 



n J - .'iy 




at Leyoett Colliery, Five Men Killed, 13 

alO/— 16«4^ 
at Wann liwyd Colliery, Two Men and 

Sixteen HovMe Roaated toDc*r!th. 28 « 6 & 
Seven Siatert Pit, the Cngu Tilting over 

and Precipitating Three Men, 28 a 10 r 
at Uahaw Moor CoUiery, a Man Killed by 

Coal Falling on him, 17 < 10 a 
A0aiDE2ITS-RAILWAY :— 
Aladttone and XxMskey, knocked down by 

an Engiae, 4 « 4 /* 
Alex. Finnie^ and his Servant, Killed at 

Baraeaie SUtion, 4 « 4/ 

Mr*. Hair, Cut to Pieces, 29 a 9/ 

— — Hammond, a Pensioner, Killed at Windsor 

Stotion,9; 10 a 
Peter Handy»idc, at Teyiiham Station, 25 

all <r 

" — Mr. Maeer and One of his Horses, Killed 

by an Express Train, 1 <f 5/ 

a Mao, Killed near Cradley Station, lU 5 b 

Mr. Smith, Killed, 29 ; 12 c 

Two Men. Killed at Tnptor. Junction, 4/5/ 

C. Treffrv. by beir.g Caught iu the ^pokws 

of a Waggon. 25 a 1 1 ^ 
JaaMs Tnbey, at Woolwich Dockyard Sta> 

tkm,9«8/' .\ 
a Woman, who Fell from a Ci^rUtf^ 

Window, 80>7c / '-\\ 
Explosion of a Lamp in a Third C^s Car- 
riage, 18 « 19 6 
— «- near Breslau, 24 « .'> s 
- — near Crewe, 28 ; 8 c 
at Harbome Junction, Waggons Thrown 

from the Rails, 18 a 4 c/ 
- — at Lewee Station, an Engine Boiler Bur«t» 

the Driver Killed and Two others Injured, 2^ 

»9/ 

at Manchester, Some Carriages Lieaving the 
27*10/ 

— near Marsh Mills Sution, the Train Running 

off the Rails, 25 « 4 ^ 

-- at Mffl HiU and Hendon, 1 « 11 6 
Nancy, 4 a 5 6 — 18 a 5 e 
Ondeoil— BUcourt, 8/55 



26 a 7./ 

al the Mnnsion House Station. 8 « 11 e 

at Mottin^ham, 2 a Sf—Z « 6/ 

* at Richmond. 28i 8 a 

at Truro Station, 14 a 12 e 

. in the Tunnel near Featiniog, 5 i 7 / 

at Walsall, 16 a 6/ 

at Whitehaven Station, II « 7 r 

at Wigan SUtion, 28 ; 8 a 

Adams (U. D.) Strikes in Australia, 18 a 11 5 
Addiscott (Miss) Home for Friendless Girls, 29 

« 10/ 
Aden. Prosperous State of, 29 i 11 d 
ADMIRALTY CX)irRT :— 

the Cartsbum, 7 a 4/ 

the Catopaxi— the Glen tipon, 26j 6 a 

t!ie JCffuateur, 29 i A e— 80 ; 4 e 

the Era$mu$ WiUon^ % a 4/— 4 a 4/ 

the HBwUt, 2b j 4 d 

the lg:i^ 6 a 4 5 

the 5 hiehn/lifm. 28 / 4 e 

iho Somorrustrv^ the iimaaoiMia, 81 7* 4 e — 1 

o4 « 
the Suaan AVMuia/Zi—the ConfldencMt 2$ji 

d—29 ; 4 e 

the Stoifinwre^the Lark TV/y, 5 ; 6 e 

the Trevunnante — the Mtuta VUtorina, 26 

;4rf 

the Woif, II rt 12a 

Adulteration of Food. 21^7/ 

Decline ol, Kate 00, o « 8 ^ 

JiFGH^ WAR:— 

;<^«^ Attack on the Britiah Embassy at Cabul, 
/ 8 s 5 a— 8 « 8 a--9 « 3 a -10 « A a—11 « 3 o— 

07 1 5 o— 17 « 8 0—18 s 5 /r~22 a 5 a— 29 a 5 5 
-4^ Afghanistan and Burmah, 18 a 8 6 
— .^ Advance of BritiFh Troops, 2» a 6 <f 
— i^ ihj Auicer Si.il the Murdered Mission, 16 

U^^^ and his Son in the British Camp, 29 a 5 a 
—29 « 6 <i 

British Eracuation, 1 1 a 5 /* 

Missions in, 8 a 9 / 13 a 6 e— 25 a 8 &— 



19 « U a— 29 »6e 
— Major CaYagnari on British Agents in, IS 
a 10 a 

LeaTOS for Cabul, 7 i 7 e— 28 / 6 a— 16 



a8a 

Enters Cabul, 28 j 6 a— 29 / 5 a— 18 a ft 

a— 80 a 8 a— 11a 6« 



Afg 



PALUSB'B I2n>EX TO '^ THS TIMBfl " NSW81»APER. 



[July 1 to 



Afghan War {eontintted). 

Cholera in, 1 « 6 a 

Citv of Cabul, 9 « 8 b 

Crifeia in Cabul, 1 1 s 4 a 

' Ditavtar at the Shutar-Qaidan PaM, 35 « 7 

/— -i? s 8 c— 29 ska 

- M«^tiBg of the Indian Council on, 12 s 10 5 

Miscelkneouri Newt, 7 j 7 e — 9 j 8 d-^16 a 

5 «— 25 a a— 9 s 8 a— lO « 8 a— 12 « 9 /-18 
« 8 f— 15 s 5 a— 15 « 8 a~16 s 8 a— 22 « 5 ^— 
28 « 8 tt— 25 ff 8 a~25 s 7 /-— 26 s 8 a— 2G « 4 
a— 27 « 6 a— 29 * 6 b 

*»— Pailiaiueiitarj Papers on, 11 a 10 a 

PrepHrations for the Campaign in, 98 « 8 a 

—24 * 10 a 

Ho-OccupatioH of Kholat-i-Ghelzaa, 20 « 10 a 

a Russia! Envoy Porbidden to Proceed to 

Cnbul, 6 7 7 « 

Ke o L lu Cabul, 18 « 6 a 

h c.ntifls in 4 a 10 « 

: Stale of C-abul, 29 « 5 a 

War Newt, 11 « 8 a— 19 s 8 e-20 « 5 a— 24 



« 5 a— 30 « 8 a 

( loseof, 81 1*11 a-8o8a 



Africa, American yi(«it to, 8 s 6/ 

Centrjd, Col. Gordon in, 12 a 4 5 

<— Kquaioritil — Al^^erian MiMiun in, 1 a 8 6 
^-^ Indian Elephants iu, 5 a 9 a 

Kxploi-Htion, Koto on, cJa 10 A 

Dt. Junkeru, 28 a \i)J 

GeogiAphy. Note on, 3 * 6/ 

l<o>al Inaian Elephants in, 16 « 6 J 

Shivery, Abolition of, 12 « 6 « 

A^r.cid'uiv in GcTmany, 27 aid 

ill Ireland, r6 j 6 J— lb a 11 e— 18 a 10 h^ 

4 .s 7 /"— 6 s 10 /•— li> s 4 </— 19 « 10 (I 

^— Xole on, 10 5 o « 

in Prussia, 2 o 8 c 

siud Hfturning Prosperity, 29 a 4/— 4 s A/ 

Koyal Commission on, 21 ; iO e— 22 ; 10 c 

— u tt 4 d—lQ a 9 y— 18 a 6 s— 19 a 7 e— 28 a 

8 /x-28 « 9/— 19 5 6 c^iO b 8 /— 28 t 8 6— 25 

s86 
SUte of, 21 / 10 e— 8 m 8 k—\6 a 6 A-~21 a 

6 /--25 a 10 a— 29 ci 4 /*— 2 s 8 /'-^S §7 d 
Agricultural Burdens, IS aS d 
Children, Notes on, 18 s 7 s— 16 s 4 6—19 a 

lOy— 20 s 7/— 23 * 6 6 

CoU.ge, Cirencester, 15 a 10/ 

Co- Operations, Conference on, Aj 6/ 

Depression, 2 j 5 a-~3> 7/— 8i 10 /— 4 ; 6 

/•_7 y 9 i_8 ; 1 1 «— 10 > 4 /'-Hi 5 d— 29 / 6 

/— 19 a 10 a- 20 a 8 d—22a 8 b 
Distress and its Causes, 14 a 6 / — 15 a 10 s 

—8 i 7 J 

Education, 6 s 1 6 

Exhibition, tee International 

Moldings, Notes on, 19 i 5 ^—6 s 6 6—12 a 

12 c— 13« 7/ 

Labourers* Conference, 27 s 6 e 

LoHses in France, 20 a 7 e 

ProHpectt, 2> 6 a— 6 a 3 /— 5 a 5 fr— 11 a 4 

e~23 aid 
Kents in Ireland, 21 > 10 6->U a 11 e— 11 

9 10 a— 12 « 10 s 
Aine (Felix) on the Honduras Loan, 80 a 7 6 

Air in Aao ^XTatAf IR » \a m 



Alaska, Fishing Banks of. 15 a 10 rf 

Albania, MisceUancous News, 478 « — 3 s 3d 

— Vassa £ffendi*s Account of tlia Coatoms of 
the People of, 9 s 7/ 

— • Conflict between the Miutnlmana mnd Fuk 
desians, 28 j 6 a— 29 j 5 d 

Albert Medal, Awards, 20 a 11 / 
Albion Steel and Wire Company, 28 i 7 A 
Alcock (R.) on African Exploration, 6 a 10 6 

Hospitals for the Middle Clattea, 19 a 8y 

Aldershot Club House, Duchess of fJonnanglit 

Opens a Bazaar to Aid, 1 1 ; 9/ 
Alexandra Palace, Grand National Dow Shot at, 

BjBa 
National Water Supply Exhibition at» 15 a 

10./ 
Algeria, Miscellaneous News, 8/5 e — 28 / 6 a 

—15 a 5 r 

Missionaries for Zanzibar, 3 i' 7 e 

All Hallows, East ludia Dockz, New ChnTch, 90 



Stall 



>8S « 9 



staining New Chnicbes, 18 a 11 

6— 24 a 11/ 
Allen (C. H.) Slare Trade in Abyssinia. 6 « 106 

(F. A.) Pre-Historic Archaeology, 1 « 11 • 

(John) Food at Scliools, 28 a 12 6 

Alpine Kscspe, 13 a 1 1 / 

New Danger. 29 s 6 « 

Pige<»n-Flvi g, 1 s U /" 

Weather, 29 > 10/ 

AHEBIOA— UNITBB STATES:— 

Agricultural Report, 16; 6 d«— 16 a 5 /— 26 

a 8 e— 26 a 8 a— 16 at/ 

Production in. lHaAd 

Progress in. 10 * 7 rf 



— Arctic Exploration Sails from San Francisco^ 
9i5s 

— Argyll (Duke of) in, 14/8 a— 18 / 5 / 

— Array during the CivU War, Official Rotwn, 
80; 7 e 

— Breweries in, 18 « 7/ 

— British Agriciiltunl CommiMioDers in, 10 
a 5 s— 12 s 5 s 

— Budget Report, Sj $e 

— Coal Basins in, 19 a 5/ 

— Commercial News. 29 7 10 ii 

— - Congress, Proceedings in, 1 / 6 tf 4 e— 2 / 
J 5 c 
Closing ef, 17i4a 
Varieties of Religion in, 14^' 6 a 



— Convention, 12 s 5 s— 17 s 5 e~ 18 s 5 e— 19 
a 4 a— 22 s^d 

— Cotton, First bale of Present Tetr*8 Growth 
Sold in New York. 18 j 5/ 

Crops. 5 a 5 e-~15 a 5 /-~]6 s 3 / 



— > Deaths from Sunstroke, I6j6d 

— Deep Sea Expeditions, 9 s 6 6 

— Diplomatic News, 4 ; 5 r— 29 ; 5 if— 20 a 5 
<f— 25 a 5 e— 11 s 8 « 

— Discovery of the Skeleton of a Mastodon iS) 
7 a 5 e 

-> Edison's Electric Light, Patent Granted t<s 
28 o5e 

— Elections, 8 i 5 «— 6 a 5/— 1 a 5/— 6 * 5 « 
—6 s 5 /-9 a 9 «— 10 a 5 t— 11 a 8/— 12 a^d 
—18 a 6 a^l7 a 10 6<-24 « 7a 



•»* I -1- 



Sep. 30^ 1879.] palhsb's index to ** thb timss *' newspaper. 



Arc 



AnMrica (cominued). 

and £gTpt, 4sSf 

JKxpoit Ketnms, iaS c! 

Failures in, Beturn of in 1877-8, 1/66 

Finance!, 24 > 6 a-^25 ; 5 d^29 i 6 <^21 a 

8 d^2 9 3/— 17 s Bf-^tSa S e— 30 « 8 e 
Fisheries Treaty, 4> 8 c— 7 a 6 c— 28 aid 

—11 *8/* 
— ^ Foreign Minister, 1 « 4 « 
Trade in. Uj 8 a 

— Future Mnstum of, 16 a 10 s 
Gale in Philadelphia, 26 a 12 6 

— Grain Crop, 11 « 7/ 

Grant (Gen.) in San Francisoo, 23 $ 6 c— 37 

aSh 

Hcyward Association, 33 a 8 c^-$ #8/ 

and Conyict Prisons, 9 « 9/ 



Import Returns, 14 a 8 r 

— Indians in, 29 a 6 6—27 « 6 6 

Miners Massacred bj, 29 « 6 6 



— Inter-Oceanic Canal Congress, 1 a 8 cf 

— Iron and Steel Trade in, 8 a 8 /— 8 a 10 6 
—13 a 8 t— 15 a 4 </— 16 a 8 e— 93 a 8 s— 29 a 
3 c— 1 a 8 e— 25 a 8/— 37 » 5 e 

— the Kearaaga, 17 « 8 s— 24 a 7 a 

— Life Saving in, 10 « 7 e 

— Local GoTernment in. 23 a 7 a 

— Louisiana Convention, 3/7 c — 23 ; 5 /* 

Debt, 8>7 d 



- Miscellaneous News, 7/8 rf— 16/ 5 e — 17/ 

5 J— 26/ 7 e— 14 a 6 <rf-.4 « 3/— 8 a 6 5—15 s 

6 c— 20 a 6 41—25 « 3/— 26 a5 d 

— ~ Mormon EmiKration, the Government Pro- 
test against Further, U a 5 e 

Names of Places in, 5 / 6 /* 

Pennsylvania State Fair, 2i a 6 f 

Population Returns, \6 a 6 h 

*— President Hayes at Ohio City, 19 « 4 5 

Presidential Campaigning, 29 y 10 a — 8 a 4 

e— 14 a 4 c— 10 s 4 d 

Public Debt, 2/ 7 c— 2 a 5 </— 2 « 3 s 

Quarantine in, 2 a 5 </ 

Railway and Stock Speculation in, 14 a 6 5 

Railways in, 17 ; 4 a— 36 a 8 5 

Red River of the North, 18 a 8 a 

Rural Communities in, 29 « 8 a 

Secretary Visits the Marquis of Lome, 9 a 

3€ 

Shipments of Sheep to England, 10 / 7 f 

Silk Frauds, njSd 

Sioux Indians Attacked by, 24 / 6 a — 1 a 

11/— 7a6rf— l5a8o 

Sitting Bull Flies to Canada, 2 a 8 <f— 7 a 

6d 

State of Iowa. 14 a 4 / 

Storms in, 7/8 c— 14.; 8 5— SO/ 5 e— 1/ 6 

«— 5<5/~16 aid 

Damage from, in New England, 18 j 8 / 

Striken in, 15/ 5 6—20 a 4 a— 17 s 10 c 

- — Sogsr Duties, 9 « 3 e 

Surveys in, 18 a 1 1 5 

Sutro Tunnel, 2 ? 7 </— 3 ; 5 rf 

— ^ Tornado in Massachusetts, 21 ; 6 /* 

Trade of. 11 a 1 1 a 

Tramp Act in Pennsylvania, 9 s 8 e 

Wages in, 20 o 4 a— 16 aid 

-*~ Wanted a Head for the Mint, 8 a 8 e 



America (fontinued). 

Wheat Growing in, 22 « 10 a 

Yellow Fever in, 12 / 7 rf— 19 j 7 s- 21 / 5 « 

—32 j Bf—^S j 5 rf— 24/ 5 d— 26 / 7 c/— 28 / 
6 a— 29i 8 d— 30i 5 (f— 31 ; 5 d—2 a 5 </— 4 a 
4 a — 4 a 6 c — • a 5 c — 7 a 5 d-^ a 5 / — 9 a 5 
/~11 m 5 s— 13 a 5 s— 13 a 8 5—14 a 8 r— 13 
a 8 /— 18 o 5 s— 18 a 5/— 19 a 8 c— 22a 3 c— 
25 a 5 s— 26 a 9 5—27 a 5 6—28 a 5 e— 29 a 3 
/— 30 • 5/— 1 a 11 a— 3 a 5 d— 4 a 5 e— 5 a 5 
s— 6 a 8/— 8 « 6 5 & e— 9 a 3 <f— 11 a 3 «— 15 a 
6 e -16 s 3 s— 17 a 5 e~18 « 5 /*— 18 « 6 a -20 
s 6 a— 83 a 8/— 25 s 3 «— 27 s 5 5 
I Memphis Churches Closed on Account of 
the Fever, 10 s 5 /* 

Panic Caused by, 4 a 4 a 



at 



12 



American Agriculture, 34 s 7 c 

CuUery. 25 a 4y 

Indians, 9 « 6 a 

Investment Trust Company Limited, 17 s 

• 7d 

Jnineiy, 21 <i 10 / 

Library Assoiciation, Third Meeting 

Boston, 18 ; 9 a 

Orders for English RaUs, 2ZaU f 

- Progress and Production, 14 a 4 e 

Rail Tia Ic, 16 * 5 5 

** Re-Arraiigemm s " bf English Books, 

aBd 

United Slates Embassy, 2 a 9/— 31 a 5/ 

Ancient Cities of the Bodensee, 5 s 7 e— 2«5 « 4 e 

Civic Custom, 11*7/ 

Coins, Discovery of in Styria, 26 f 9 c 

Monuments in Churches. 27 « 1 1 d — 30 « 9 s 

Notes on the Destruciiou of , 1 « 8 <f 

Anderton liurge Lift, 2 s 9 c 

Andorra, Brigands Allowed in, 8 / 5 <f 
Andrew (W. P.; Break of Gauge in India, 30 a 

45 
Aniiling in Ireland. 2S a 10 d 
Anglo-French Fire Insurance Company, 31/ 6 a 
Anglo-Indian Morality. 3^6 a — 6 « 6 a 
An^lo- Jewish Association, Annual Meeting, 2 ;' 

7d 
Angora Goat, 30a 6/ 
Annamite, Peculiarity of the Race, 16 aZ f 
Annaud (Wm.) Lord Beaconsfield and Canada, 

23 s 8 /' 
Anthropological Diseovorien in Moravia, 7 j S e 
Anti-Rent Agitation, 27 « 6 /' 
Arab Tabia, 29/ 5 d— 3 o 6 c— 11 a 5/ 
ArchsBological Institute Congress, Excursions, 12 

a 5 e — 14 a 5 s 
Archaeology in Rome, 18 a 10 u 
ARCHES, &c, O0URT:>- 

All ^H>ul8* LRiiifhMin Place, 20 a 12 a 

Day V. Miller, 24 j 12 5 

Dean and others v. Green, 11 a 12 5 

James v, Ri>bcM'ts, 1 1 a 12 a 

Perkins v. Karaght, 11a 12 a 

St. George's Hanover Square, 12 a 4 



rf-4 



s 10 a 



St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green, 12 aid 

St. Sepulchre's Faculty Court, 11 a 12 5 

Serjeant t-. Date, 24 9 12 c 

Stevens v. Field and others, 11 a 12 5 

Argceus, Aaoent of Mount, 21 o U 5 



Arc 



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Arctic BaUooning, 19 a 8 6— *29« 11 c 

Expedition from America, 8 • 7/— 11 « 4 « 

»18 s 6 a 

from Eni^nd, 1 a 11 ^—2 a 9^—18 a 4 a 

New, 8 o 9/ 

SwedUh, 8 • n ^— 21 aT«— S«e/-6« 

6 e—S aSd 

SxploratSon, 26 o 8 e— 27 a 8 e 

ine RepuUic— FiOBiicw of, 1 • 8 « 
News, 2 ; 7 (f— 7 i 8 d^l6 j 5e— 1 a 8 #—7 
« 8 if— 22 « 8 if 
Treaty with Chili, T / 9 •— 11 ; ft if 

War News, 8> 7 e 

Ai^glet (Canon) on the Aoddent at CooKhain^ 18 

a7f 
Arixona, LrrigatioQ in, 28i 7 a 
Arroeflia—Brutai Condnct of the IVoopi bk, S a 

10 c 
Armenians of Asiatic Tnrkey, Notee on, 87 12 6 

— 28i 6/ 
/rmj and NaTj Co-operatire Society, 7 o 7 •— 

28 « 6/ 

Clothing Faetory, 18 « 10 A-19 « 7 « 

Arnold (Arthur) Loni Beaoonsfield on Agri- 

cnltnre, 24 « 7 6 

(M.) Irish Uniyertity Qneetion, 8U 10 if 

Art in Arehcsology m Rome, 2 s 8 / 

Exhibition at Lubeck, 1 s 11 ^ 

iiMvnich. 28086 

Needlework, 2 a 5 if 

— Sales, set Fiitb Asre 

Artesian Wells in Ceotral Australia, 6 • 8 c 
Artificial Sea in Amercia Projected, 16 a 4/ 
Artisans Dwellings Act, 24> 6 «— 11 a 11 A 
Labourers' and General Dwellings Com- 
pany, 21 a 7 e 
Artistic Copyright, 29 a 8 e 
Aseents of Mont Blanc, 80> 7 f 
Asia Minor, Consular Appointments Ib, 27 • 6 d 
Associatod Chanbers of Commerce, Annual 

Cunfei-ence, 28 a 6 A~29 a 4 « 
Association for the Reform and Codillcatfoo el 
the Law of Nations, 12 a 8 e— 18 a 11 if— 14 a 
8/— 16a7r>-16a 11 if— 18 a 10 e 
Assyiian Exploitations, 8 ;4a— 7; 10 8— 12 a 12^ 
Assyriology, 4 i 4 6 

Astronomical ObserYatlons in Italy, 26 s 9 if 
Atcbin, Dutch War in. 14y 8 h 
Alhanasian Creed, 147*4/ 
Atmospheric Phenomenon, 25 a 11 d 
Auerbach ( Berthold > Writing his Memoirs, 26» 9 if 
Auldjo (John) on Our Continental Church, 18 

86 f 

Austen (C. E.^ Railway to India, IsS d 

AU8TAAI1IA :— 

Arrest of Martin Weiberg, the Robber, 1 

a 8a 
-^— Banking News — Stoppage and Run at 

Melbourne, 1 a 8 a 

Direct Steam Serrioe to, 6 s 6/-9 t 8 e 

-^— Ezpk>rations in, 1 « 6 s 

Qoid Yields in, 1 a 10 tf 

Melbourne Exhibitwn, Progress of, 1 c 8 ^ 

Revenue Returns, 22 j 10 & 

South— Parliamentary Proceedinga, 26i 7d 

. Vote of Confldenoe In tH% Ministry 

Cairt«d. 2 a u if 



AnstmliA (conltuMd)* 

South— ProhihitioDonlmpoitef Gattkls- 

called, 2478/ 

Strikee ib, 18 a 11 & 

Western — Jnhile* AnnWeraavy eC the 

Founding the Cidony, 26 j 7 « 
tcs eho Nbw Sovth Wau»— Nbw Zur 

LAin»— ViOTOBiA— Qram8LA]n>, 4c. 4e, 
AvstraKan Islands, 2 s 8 ^ 

Labour Market, 6 # 7/ 

AUBTBIA:— 

— Appointmenta, 88 a 6 c 
Artileiy, Cadetf of. 20 9 10 tf 

and Bosnia, 9 a 8/ 

— Confer* an Order OB Card. 9in, 17 J 8 tf 

Corporal PoniahmeBt in the Aimy of » 18 j 

CouBl ABaraasy, 1 2 a 8 e— 25 a 8 c— 27 a 8 

6—28 a 8 s— 29 a 8 il— 28 a 8 e 
CoiirtN«wa,7;8«— 22j8*-2«|7rf-» 

«8il— 10s8e 

Crope in^ljT/ 

Customs Conference, 18 a 8/ 

Ciech Qub and the CooaenratiTes^ 6 i ^^ 

~9 j 5 if— 7 a 8 e— 24 s 8 e 
Elections,! ; 8if-8 j 8 8-8 i7a-8;8« 

_9;6rf— 12/7e 

and Germany. HaH t 

International SxUbitkm of Agricnkval 

Machines, Ac, 15 j 8 if— 22 a9d 

and Italy, 24 « 4 if 

Meeting of the Emperors at Oastain, 11 uB 

8— 14 a 8 a— 10 s 81: 
Miniaterial Crisis, 12 j 7 ©-12 a 6 e-l*« 

8if 
MimlUneottS Newa, 14/ 7 •—6 a 6 •—28a 

8 d— 1 « 6 /" -2 « 8 s— 6 M 8 8—20 a 8 ^-28 »* 

/— 29«6d 
New Ministry, 18 a 8 c— 16 a 8 e— 20 a 68 

ProTinoes of, 28 « 6 a 

Tariff, Final Vote, 29 7 14 « 

Prince Bknarek i% 22 a 8 tf— 22s 10^ 

28 s 8 if -24 #8 a &/— 28 a 8 c— 26« 8a— 16 

s 4 8—27 « 8 il 

Reiehsrath. CempositioB ef, »j 8 « 

Rerenue Returns, 8 a 8 c 

and Serria, 10 J 7 d^l4 j 8 •— 17> 6 c 

Stale of Parties in, 22 > 8 if 

and Turkey, 19 j 7 0—28; 8a— 9 a S «-» 

s8if 

on the Zulu. War, 28 / 8 if 

Austrian Embassy, 17/ 8 6— 24/ 9/^2* a 9/- 

8»9y— 29«9/ 
Austro-Germaa Alpine Club^ Amraal Meeting, 

6 » 10 c 
Auatro-Httngarian and German Tariffs^ 27*6/ 
Ausiro-UungaTy, 22 j 10 o— 28 ; 8 1*— 29 ; 8 #- 

80 y8d-.14a88— 18ii8clc«— 18a8«l-12 

a 8 8— 20 a 8 if— 21 • 6 (^22 a 8 6-2Sa8r 

—26 a 8 c— 28 a 8 d— 29 a 8 6—80 a 8 a— 1 < 

6 a— 2 » 3 6— ft a 8 •—4 a 8 ^— U a 8e— 16 «6 

/— 27 s6a 

Troops at Brudc, 6 « 6 6 — 8 a 86 

Autotypes, 4 « 6 a 

Aroca Gold Robbery, 28 j 12 6—20 « 18 r 

Avonalde Engine Company, 12 s 8 c— 20 < 7 6 



Sep. 30, 1879.] 



FAUIKB't IH&EX TO " THE TIKES " KETrsrAFER, 



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Bab7 Fuoiing, im Policb— &nu 
Bad-BombuTg, 24 « 8 o— 25 tSd 
Baddelej(W.>onBDtMrffiM, ZSs 1>< 
Bkdm, SentenOB on u Abatimn QtA'.tl 

dndng tha Grand Doke of, 2jfC: ' 
Badaii-PoweU(W.)on Canoe A^dSri«. try 

on Agricultwal Holding*, 6 cB (> 

BadoDoeh (Bct. Dr.) on Glentil|, ~ 

BwiwU and Son«, Limited, SO a ' 

Baaiia <A. F.) on tb* CoiU Bica 

^— oo Ptngattj, 30 a 10 b 

Baker (F. B. H.) on AgriculturaT'CluMEni 14- 

» 7 • -^0 . ■. ": 1 

(8, W.lon Cyprui. Hj B e "^"^ 

(.Her. w.) on Olentilt, 2S t 6 e 

Balkaoa, Heatoremeiit of die Moontaini, I a 4 < 

BviditatBay, 23 i 12 c 

Bank Holiday— Bailiray Airangementa, SI j Sf 

— S > • /*— 5 a 11 i 

NoticMof, 6 b 11 i 

BanMng and Currencj, Nota on, 10^ S 1 

N«w Bill, 4 a S a 

BAKXISa:— 

' AlUaoo«,ll^lla— 16/11 a-aa I'll W 

• Anglo-CaUfoniiu), 38 a 7 a 

Anglo-UalTetMl, 10 i B 6—11 ; 11 a— 19> 

Sa 

Auatralatla, 13a U d 

Anatnlian Joint Slock, 26 ; 7 a 

— Anatiian and Hungarian, 6 1 T i— 16 1 7 a 
•^— Banco Macional del Pern, SO ■ & a 

Bank of Bilflum, IS ■ fi a 

of Bengal, 7 > 9 a 

of Bombay, 10 ; B (—14 a < • 

, of Britiih Columbia, S ( 7 « 

— of DraKlao, 18 t 6 a 

. o( Egjpt, 7 a T o— 9 a « /" 

• of &Dgland, Weeklj Batnrni, 4> S ( A c 

—II J tl 6— ISj 12i— SSni i— 1 alOb— 15 

all »&c— 32ii 5iAf-2Bafii— tiT(4c 

—13 « 7 * &/— 1» * G i A/— 16 s6b 
' Average Stock of Bullion held bf, 1 j: 

6 a—S»i 6 4—26 o 6 4—23 . 7 <■ -'"T 

Half Yearly Meeting, 13 tJ.^k.T i -■, 

. Hotaa in CircuUtioa, IB j I3'i-V26y- 11 

b—l a 10 4— IS a 11 4—32 a 6 t—tS a S b—B 

I T*— 12 (7 4— 19 1 6 i— 26(6 4 

. of France, Weeklj Belumi, 4 j V. 4—1 1 i 

II 4— 18 J IS 4— 36> 11 4—1 a 13 a— T* 10 4 
— U a 11 4—23 a 6 4-39 a S 4— G ( 7 4^2 i 
74 — 19(6 a & 4-26(6 4 

Chaog* in the Bu«inea* of, toBag^ 
TcMlay, 11(6 a 

of LlTaipool, aij 11 t 

otlIadraa,tjl4B 

of ^ain, a / 11 a— 18 a 6 4—30 a 6 a 

of Victoda, 20 a 7 a 

•^— Banken' ChearingHoiua Betumf,4j6a A 
c— U;ll 6— 1») 13 4— 3Syil4— 1 a 10 J— 
Wall e— 23 ■ 6 c— 29 a 6 <■— 6 ( 7 c— 1! ( 7 f 
—19 ( 6 4 A /— 36 ( G 4 

Beturn of Chacta Paaaed Tliroag!!, 1 1 ; 

11 a— 18i'12 4— 26iUa— l«nlla-32uG4 
—29 a 6 £-6 1 7 4—13 ( 7 a— 36 ( 5a 



Bauldug (etmiiwied), 

Birmingham. Jt j 11 4 

Banking Company, 8 j 6 a 

Dudley and Uidrict, MiSd 

■»r and Midland, 28 j 7 n— 99 jSJ 

C^S^ Brailford Dialrict, 26; 18 d 
. -V (Hd Bank, 38 / 7 a 

--.Briitol and South Wales, 14> 8 a 
— ^'r.iledoninn, 6 a 6 ■! 

^ Cpfltral of London, lljll »—i9iaf 

Chtrtered Colonial, New BiUon, Sulib 

'■ — of India, Au*trali« and China, 26 ( 6 a 

— City. 2 7 19 «-U J 11 a-16j 11/ 

,s-T7. of Qlaigow, 7 J 18 /-IS J 6 /-IS j 14 A 

„--_l7,'6/— 8lj6a— 7 a7a 
■ I of Sydnpy, 2 ( G a 

Colonial of Mew Zealand, 28 } 7 a— 38 ill a 

Commercial Banking of Sydney, 26 j 18 a 

—24 J 6 a 
Comparison of tbe Present Foeition of the 

Bank o' England CotMoU and Frendi Bentea, 

4 ;■ 6 4— 11 »■ 11 6—16; 13 b -26 ; 11 4—1 a 10 

4— 15 a 114— 23 a 6 a— » a 6»— 6(T4-13 

1 7 i— 19 ( t 4—36 (66 

Coneolidated, 17 1 7 a 

of Canada, 4 j 7 a 

Cornish. 4 I 6 « 

Delhi and LondoD, 28 ( S a 

English. Soottiih sad Auatraliao Chart«red, 

21 ;■ 7 o~«l i 6 e 
European Bank Uquidatim Companr, 1 j 

64 

Exchange Bank of Canada, 9 a 6 a 

German Bank of London, 20 a 7 a — 31 a 7a 

Balitaz Joint Stock, 14y9e 

Bong Kong and Shanghai, 29 ( 7 a 

Imperial, 4j 6 o— 13 ; 18 a— 18> 11/ 

of Oermany, 6 J 14 a— 11> 11 a— 19 ;'B t 

.36> 7 a-13 a II 4—19 a 6 6—37 a 7 B— I* 



( 64 






ITorkihire, 7; 8 a 



iJU a 
— . Woyd'a, lOj 8 e 
- — ^ivadon Joint Stock, 4 J 6 a— 18 jUatd 

■^ Wd Cfianly, 26 j It a~81 j 6 0—8 a 6 • 

— r and. Haa(eatic, 8/114 

4od Protineial, 33 j U a— 81> 6 < 

, and South Western, 18 j 12 a— 7 a 7 rf 

r . ■ /and Weitminatar, 3 i 6 a— 11 J 7 a A d 
— - Manchester and County, 14j 9 c 

Mercantile Bank ol Sydney, 30 a 7 a 

UidUnd,l8>12 a— 19 j Sa A«— 31/ 7 a 

Munster, 24 j 11 a 

National, 16 j 11 a— 26 ;' 18 e 

of Anatria, 8 a 6 4—14 a9a 

of Belgium, 13 a 11 4—26 a C a— 3 (6a 

— » ( 6 a— 28 ( 6 B— 80 ( 6 a 

o[ladia,34(64 

of New Zealand, 29> S a-7 a 7 if 

New London and Braxllian, 37 ( 7 a 

North Esstam, 61 j 6 a 

Western Bank (^ Liverpool, 6 / 14 a 
rientair " ~ ■ - -- 

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PiLLVEU 8 INDEX TO '* THE TIMES NEW8PAPKB. 



[Inly 1 to 



Banking (continued). 

— Queensland National, 28 ;' 7 a — 29 < 7 « 
Rojal of Ireland, 29 a 7 a 

Scotch and Irish Banks, Circulation Re- 
turns, 1 ; 6 a— 29 i 6 a— 22 » 7 c 

-^— ^ Amount of Specie held bj, 1/6 h — 25 / 6 
a— 22 s7 e 

— Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 28 ; 11 A 

Stuckev's Banfedng Compan/, 2 a II a 

Swann'& Co., of York, U / 8 c 

— ^ Swansea Bank, 14y 9 c 

-— — Union of Austialia, 10/8 ^—16 y 11 a & c 

of Birmingham, 4^ 7 «— 1 o 10 « 

■ of Helston, 4 ; 6 « 

of London, 3/6 a— 7 / 9/— 10 ; 8 c 

of Manchester, 19 / 8 o 



West of England. Sj 6 /•— ll>9/— 18 a Be 

->20 a 10 6—27 a 6 e— 28 a 12 a— 29 a 9 6--80 
a 11 ef~2 » 9 d^S a 11 a>6 a 11 a--r6 « 11 (f~ 
8 s 4 e— 11 < 9 a— 12 « 12 a~13 « 11 a 

Western District, 25 ; 10/— 11 a 7 rf 

BANEBUPTOIES :— 

-^— Abbott, J. J., 2 a 8 a 

Aitken« R., &y 5 a 

Allen, W. A., 19^ 5 a 

Allison, F., 27 fl 7y 

Anderson, W., 27 a 7/— 80 a 7 « 

and King. 26 / 8 a 

— Anstruther, J. K., 18 a 11 e 

— Arbuthnot, Arthur, 9 o 6/ 

Askham, J. U. and F. U., 19; 8 a 

Aston, E. Y., 80 / 8 c 

Astrom, and Husa, 10 « 8 e 

Austen, David, 80 a 7 e 

Austin, J. and D., 9 a 8/ 

Baillie, F., 9 / 8 ^ 

Bain, W.. 13 aSd 

Baines, V. T,, 20 « 8 8 

Balcer, Robt, 80 a 7 e 

Barber, Robt., 19j 5 a 

Barr, J., 16 a 8 e— 28 • 8 c 

Bai tlett, J. S^ 26 / 6 « 

Bell T., iun., 27 * 8 r 

W., 16 / 8 6 

*— Bemisli, John, 80 / 8 e 
Bennett, & Co., 16^ 8 6 

— Bennie, P., 9786 

Bentlej, T. E., 23 a 8 e 

^— Bickford, Joseph, 5 / 5 ct 

— Bird and Bamett, 8 / 5 a 

Bishop, C. A., and C. K. K., 8 < 7/ 

BUckstock, W., 13 j 9 b 

BUir, M., 16 a 8 r 

-^— Blake, Aaron, 2 a 8 a 

Bond, S. K., 6 a 3 6 

Boon, W. H., ley 8 i 

Boord, H. A., 6 a 8 6 

Boughey, James, 6 ci 8 8 

Bojack & Co^ 27 a 7 f 

Bradley, John, 27 a If 

Braginton, W. D., 18 « 8 ef 

Brander and Son, 18 a 11 c 

— — Broadfoot, J. K., 12; 5 a 

Broadway, Henry, 17 « 8 k 

— — Brockson, Henry, 3al J 
Brooks, Henry, jun., \3a3 d 

Wm., 6 J 8 c 

1 A 



Bankruptcies {cont\nutd\ 

Brown, A., 2 / 10 8 

G. B., 18 5 8 d 

J. L., 9 a 8 / 

N., 8o3& 

T.K.. 16/8 8 

Bruce, 6., 26 ? 8 o 

Brunsdon, R„ 18 a 11 e 

Buckworth. Joseph. 6 « 3 4 

Burtenshaw, Bdw., 19 ; 8 a 

Brookes, Wm., 6 « 8 c 

Cable, J., 24 « 8 o 

Caldwell, W., 8 a If 

Calmou and Joskowies, 16 a 8 c 

Cameron, H. P., 28; 9 h 

Campbell, A., 8 « 7 /* 

H.,9a6/ 



J. M., 80 1*8 e 
W.,9/8> 



Carmicha»l, W., 16 « 8 a 
Catlow, Hugh, 16 a 8 e 
Cbadwick, C. H., 18 a 11 e 
Challand. R. T^ 16 a 8 « 
Clark and Son, 26 / 8 a 
Close, W. S., 17 « 8 8 
Clow & Co., 80 / 8 c 
Coath, Wm., 26; 8 • 
Cohen, Ben j., 9/86 
CoUtngf, Geo., 28 a 8 e 
Collins, J., 27 « 8 c 
Connal, H., 10 « 8 c 
Cook, W. T., 16 « 8 e 
Cooper, John, 19 / 8 a 
— Robt., 2 a 8 a 
Corden and Lycett, 24 « 8 a 
Cormack, A., 5; 8 a— 26 t 8 a 
Cornelius, Geo., 17 « 8 6 
Costain and Kneen, 6 a 8 6 
Cousen, Fred., 26 / 8 a 
Craig, A , 28 a 8 c 
_ G., 28 a 8 e 



Crick. C.S., 18f 8rf 

Cron. J., 8*7/ 

Crosland, John, jun., 12 ; 8 • 

Cross and Russell, or Crosa, 2 a 8 a 

W. B., 13 a 11 c 

Cullin, C, 2 f 10 * 

Cumming, Bros., 26; 8 a 

Currie, J., 27 « 8 c 

Daines, Thos.. 28 / 9 a 

Davenport, Thos., 3al f 

David, H. and L., 8 a If 

Davies, John, 8*7/ 

Thos., 27 * 8 c 

Davis. D. J., 12; 8 a 

G. F., 18«8ef 



Dawson, J., 2 / 10 6 

Day, C. M., 9 a 8/ 

Dean, Geo., jun., 20 « 8 ^ 

Dempster, R., 10 « 8 e 

Dewar, R., 18 /8 8 

— Dick, R., 6 a 8 b 

Dickenson, G. F., 16 / 8 6 

Dickie, W.. 2; 10 6 

Dingwall. Wm.. 27 « 8 e 

Dixon, J. A., 9; 8 * 

Doubell, Geo., 17 « 8 ^ 



Sep. 80. 1879.] pixmbs's ikdsz to *^ ths times '^ newspaper. 



Baa 



Baakniptciea {continued). 

Dojle, W. L. H., 12 / 6 a 

DriTor, Wm., 26 j 6 c 

Diyden, ▲. H.. 13 s 8 tf 

Diytdala, W. M^ 38i 9 b 

Duflfet, Emma, 2Sy 9 a 

Dancan, A. T., 13 a 11 e 

A, and J., 20 « 8 ^ 



— Bojle & Co., 24 « 8 a 

— and Sons, 9j 10 k 
Daosmore, P.. j in., 13 a 11 c 
Eltnngliam, J'unet, 6aS k 
Krel, T., 10 * 8 o 

Erans, Evan, n tB e 

— Wm., 13 s 8 c^ 
Feaks, W., 6 « 8 c 
Ffranoe, R J. B. W., 23^ 9 « 
FSaher, J., jnn., 13 a 11 c 

— W., 2 / 10 ^ 
Fitx-Qiblx>n, Gerald, 6 / 6 « 
Fleet, Geo., 2 a 8 a 
Flemming, W. C, 10 « 8 c 
Flower, Lewis, 6 a ft 6 

— W.L., 18 a He 
Ford, Rich., 28^ 9 a 

— and Pollard, 27 < 8 e 
Forrester, D., 9 i 8 ^ 
^ Frank, 80y 8 t 
Forsjth, J., 12 ; 6 a 

ACo., 16a8e 



Fortune, G., 80y 8 r 

Foster, Samuel, 13 a 11 c 

Wm., 27 o 7 / 

Fox, Wm., 20 « 8 & 

Fraser, A., 17*8 6 

E. W^ 80 a 7 e 



7 « 



Gardner, J., 27 a If 
Garrett, Chas., 20 tf 8 <f^23 e 8 c 
Garrinuui, Henrv, 13 « 8 cf 
Geddie & Co^ 27 a 7 y 
Geddes, T., jun., 30> 8 e 
Qepp, A. il., 80 a 7 s 
Gibson, J. and W., 80 a 
Gilbert, John, 6 a 3 6 
Gilchrist, R., 17 « 8 6 
Gill, Thos., 38 a 7 < 
Gillies, H., 12/5 e 
GirUog, J.B.,26y8e 
Glaaier and Archer, 10 
GUsse, P., 16 a 8 c 
Gordon, G., 16/8 6 



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J., sen., 30 i 8 e 



Graham, James, 23/ 9 h 

- Rich.,27e7y 

Grant, W.. 9 a 5 / 

Gray, W., 6j 6 a 
Wm^3«7/ 
and Son, 26/6 a 



GreaTes, J. C, 10 « 8 e 

Green, .TsraeB. 27 « 8 « 

Greig, Catherine, or Williamson, 2768c 

Gullan, J., 9 ; 8 A 

Hackett, W. P., 6 « 3 A 

— - BaiU, Geo., 6/ 6 a 

Hair, B., 18 a 11 c 

Haldane, W., 16i8 5 



Bankruptcies (continued). 
— — Hamilton Ann, 9 abf 

Hanger, H., 6/ 6 « 

Hannaj, T., 80 ; 8 e 

Harrison, Edw., 13 a 11 e 

J., 19/ 5 a 

Hart, A. and J., ^/9 b 

Hawes, W. C, 19/6 «— 6a86 

Hawthorn, Henrj, 80/ 8 e 

Henderson ft Co., 13 « 8 df 

G. D., 24 « 8 a 



Hepburn, G. B., 6 « 3 6 

Hewitt and Greenfield, 80/ 8 c 

Hide, James, 9jSb 

Hill. Wm., 13«8d 

Hilton, Wm., 24 « 8 a 

Hisbp, A. W., 6 « 3 6 

Hobson and Tajlor, 2 i 10 6 

Hockley, Alfred, 9 a 6/ 

Hodgert, R., 27 « 8 e 

Hogg, A., 17«8 6 

Hollier aad Thacker, 23 a 8 e 

Holness, S., 12 ^ 6 a 

Holt, A. M., 19 / 6 a 

Hood & Co., 27 a 7 / 

— Hopkins, J. J., 8 < 7/ 

Hordley, Frank, &j $a 

H07, R., ^ a 8 « 

Hojnes, J., 2/ 8 a 

Hughes and Pollard, 8 « 8 e 

Hunter and Elliot, 23 / 9 6 

Hutchinson, J., 3 s 7/ 

Button, W. B., 20 « 8 6 

Inglis & Co., 12/6 a 

Ironside, A. T., SO / 8 c 

Jackson, F. J., 30 i 8 e 

— ^ Jarrett, Chas., 16 a 8 c 

— Jensen, B. J., 9 a hf 

Jessiman, J., 19 / 6 • 

Johnson, R. C, 80 • 7 s 

— ~ Johnston, C, i2/6 a 

J. 8., 13 « 8 d 

W., 28 a 8 e 

Johnstone, J^ 12/ 6 a 

J. 8., 3 « 7/ 

Jones, Geo., 27 a 7/ 

T.M.,6/6 • 

W., 6 « 8 e 

Wm., 30 a 7 e 



TV.ti <ra £t 



Jordan, Robt., 80/ 8 e 

Ker, Lord C. I., 11 « 12 c 

Kerr, B., 23 / 9 6 

Key and Sons, 18 a 11 e 

Kiell, G. M., 12 / 6 a 

Kilpatrick, D., 9 ; 8 b 

King, J. W., 6 / 6 a 

and King, 20 « 8 b 

Kinning Park Oil and Grease Company, 18 

« 8 </ 

Kirkneps. J. H., 16 a 8 a 

KiisHth, A. G., 27 5 8 c 

Knov les. Geo.. 27 « 8 c 

Kohler, G. C. A., 20 5 8 6 

— - Laidlaw aad Ames, 23/ 9 6 

Lander, R., 2 a 8 a 

Law, Benj., 6 a 8 6 



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PAUIfEU*8 INDEX TO ** IlIB TIXBS ** MEWSPAPfiB. 



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BankruptoiM (continued), 

Left, John, 16/6 4 

Leack, Albert, 18 a 11 e 

W. and D., 16 o 8 c 

Leei, Jamea. 3 a 8 «—9 a hf 

^- — Leifhoan, W., IS/ 6 a 

Letham, J^ 24 « 8 a 

Lewis, Tbof., 27 « 8 e 

— Ligbtbody, J. and J^ 19/6 a 
Lindsay, D., 6 « 8 e 

Livingstone, Wm., 80 a 7 « 

Logan, O. and W., 80 a 7 « 

Leseby, £. H., 20 a 8 ^ 

— Lowe, John, 8 « 7/ 

— Lumley, John, 27 « 8 c 

Lyall, W., 17 « ft A 

Lyons, Benj., 2 / 10 ^ 

Simeon, 28 a 8 e 

Macadam, W., 27 a 7/ 

— Maccalium, H. F., 6 i 5 a 

— Macdonald, J., 16 a 8 e 

Machan, R. N^ 18 t 6 <f 

Macbin, Frank, 24 « 8 a 

Macintosh, G. B., 26/5 a 

Mackay, W. G., 2 a 8a 

Mackie, W^ 10 « 8 e 

Maepherson, D., 28/ 9 A 

— Maoqoeen and Drysidale, 10 « 8 c 
Macrae, F., 27 « 6 e 

J, 17 f 6 A 

-i- — Manbre, Alex., 27 « 8 e 

Manson, D. D^ 80 a 7 c 

W^ 9 a 5 / 

and Anld, 27 s 8 e 

— — Marplei, Melioent, 6 / 6 a 

Marriott, Joseph, 13 1 8 <f 

Marshall, J., a4 « 8 a 

W^ 9 a 6/ 

Mason, W. B. and H. B., 9/ 8 A 

MasM>n. A., 16/ 8 A 

Mathieson, J^ 27 a 7/ 

— » Matthews, B. and M., ] 9 / 6 a 

Mawhood, J. P^ 12/ 6 a 

M*Cnllock, W. M., 16 a 8 c 

M'Bwen, J.l12/ 6 a 

M*Fariane, W., 19 / 6 a— 28 / 9 b 

M*Oee,P.,8i8A 

M'Glashan, J., 8 1 7/ 

M'flntchinson, Findlay & Co., 18 s 8 <f 

M*Kellar & Co., 16 e 8 e 

M'Kenna, P., 18 a 11 c 

M'Kenzie, J. R., 9 J 8 A 

M*Kie, James, 20 a 8 <f 

M'LattghJLn, P., 26 / 6 a 

M'LeUan, R. 8., 18 a 11 e 

and King, 18 t 8 <f 

M*Rae, W., 6 « 8 e 

Medd, Edwin, 27 « 8 e 

—^ Mells, G. S., 17 t 8 A 

Miller, L. S., 28/ 9 A 

ftamuel, 16 i 8 A 

and Bannerman, 16 c 8 e 



Mirrlees, J. K^ 2 a 8 a 

Molynenz, Wm., 80 / 8 c 

Moodie, D. and W., 6 a 8 A 

— Moon, J. J.. 80/ 8 c 
» Mooie, BeBJ., 16 a 8 a 



Bankmptciea (rontinued), 

Morgan, Ann, 28 a 8 c 

D. L., 80/8e 

Morrison, J., 28 a 8 e 

Morton, J., 27 a 7/ 

Motley, Alfred, 27 « 8 c 

Mttir, A., 13 o 1 1 e 

MuUer, VUrd, 16 / 8 A 

Munro, Laidlaw and Co., 26^ 5 a 

Murray, G. R.. 80 a 7 « 

MusgraTe, J. W., 27 4 8 e 

Napier, A. L. M^ 9 / 8 A 

Newlands, J., or J. G.» 6 « 8 e 

Niblo, R., 16/8A 

Nicol, J. W., 3 « 7/ 

Noble, Geo., 80/ 8 c 

Norman, F., 6 « 8 e 

Norton, Chas., 28 a 8 e 

Oah. Chas., 16 a 8 c 

O'Connor, C, 10 1 8 e 

Paget, J. T., 27 » 8 c 

Oddy, Benyak, 20 a 8 rf 

OliTer, D., 2 a 8 a 

OtUway, J. B.. 28 a 8 e 

Page, Chas., 23/ 9 A 

— Parmer, D., 26/ 5 a 

Parker, G. C, 2 / 16 A 

Clement, 12> 5 a 

W..24«8a 

Parkerson, R. H., 9 a 5/ 

Parkes and Sons, 16 a 8 e 

Parkin, Jose|^, \BsSd 

Parry, Joseph, 18 a 11 c 

— — Peterson, J., 6 t 8 e - 
Peebles, J., 28/9 A 

— Perry, J^ 19/ 6 a 
PhUp, Edw., 16 / 8 A 

Plant, T. W., and Joseph, 28 / 9 A 

Pocock, Richard, 80 a 7 s 

Porter, T., 2/ 10 A 

John 9/8 A 



Power, Thos., 27 a 7/ 
Price, Daniel, 20 a 8 i 
Pngsley, Wm.. 12 / 6 a 
PurTtsandWaIl,9/8A 
Raggett, F. G., 26 / 5 a 
Rankin. J. M., 12 ; 5 a 
Redford, P. J., 30 a 7 « 
Reid, A. B., 16/ 8 A 

— J., 23 a 8 e 
Richardson, Wm., 30 a 7s 
Rennie, A., IShSd 
Rimmer, Thos., 23/ 9 A 
Ritchie, G^ 16 a 8 c 
Robb, W., 20 t 6 A 
Roberts, J. and W., 19 / 5 a 
Robertson, J., 26/ 6 a 

— J. C, 30/ 8 c 
^ R., 6 « 8 e 

W., 24 « 8 a 



-»~ Bc^gerson, James, 2 a 8 a 

Ross, J* B., 27 s 8 e 

J. J., 19 J 5 a 

— — Boston, Joseph, 6/ 5 a 

Rowe, C. J.. 24 t 8 a 

— — Roy and Mitchell, 8/ 5 a 
— ~ Bttane, James, 9 j' 8 A 



gep. SO, 1879.] pjllmkr's ixdex to " tum hmes " newspaper. 



Bankraptcies {continued). 

Russell, J . jun.. 2 a 8 a 

& Co., 27 a 7/ 

Salnion. Edw.. 27 « 8 c 

— Sanders, Alfred. 5.7 R a 
Sawers. .Taraes. \% u 1 i <: 

— Scoon, K., 10 /f 8 c 

Scott. 1).. 2:) I a// 

S«?c\ W.. 3 « 7 /• 

Sh«lle<8, Artkjr, 17 « 8 k 

Shape »tl, ( lias.. 12/5 a— 28/ 9 b 

^-^ S'lji ft :ini4 UaraiUon, 2 ; 10 & 

— SKaw. I)., 5 ; 5 rt 
S. W., 23 ;• 9 6 



Shearer, J^ 16/ 8 & 
Shipway, J. H., aO/Sf 
Sillars. W. and J.. 2 ; 10 6 
Snieaton. A., jin.. C> aZ b 
Smith, Henrj. ^ / 10 6 

— J., 6 a 8 6— '24 t S o— 27 « S c 

— J. F., 18« 11 c 

— John, 16 a 8 c 
W.. 24 « 8 « 



^— Sommenrille, J^ 12 7 5 a 
— — Sparked, Jolin, 9 a 5 / 

Spence, G., 6 i 5 a 

Spirej, Frank, 2rf n 8 « 

Sproston, John, 20 a 8 rf— 27 « 7 /" 

Stephens, G. T., 23 a 8 c 

Stephenson, — , 1 7 « 8 6 

Stewart, J., 6 a 3 6—6 sSt 

i Co., 9/8 6 

Stone, A. D., 24 « 8 « 

Stronach, K. S., 16 o 8 c 

— Stuart, J.. 6 a 3 6 

Sumnierville, John, 23 / 9 6 

Sunley. W. H., 80 a 8 e 

Suth£riaud. J.. 2 » 10 h 

Swan and Freer, 27 a 7/ 

— Swires, Josepu, ;;o / 8 c 

Tatton, Edwin, 13 « 8 r/ 

Taylor and Bartlett, 20 * 8 6 

and Dunning, 2 J 10 6 



Th.MUJis, T. P., 19 ; 5 /r 
Th'.nmson. G. and J. W., 9^8 6 
'ihos., 2r. ; 5 a 



— Tboitison, J.. - 1 8 '• 
Tilouy, J. H., 8 « 7 /• 

— Toler, F. G., 10 « 8 c 

Toope, Hetiry, Bjoa 

Torey, J. L., 10 # 8 c 

— Tottenhwai, A. L., 17*86 

— Tout. John, 8 » 7 /• 

— Tracey, T. F., 3 « 7/ 

-*— Tranent Coal Company, 12 / a a 

— Turnbull, J., 19 j 5 a 

Crquhurt, A. B., 20 s 8 // 

— • UlIcv, Wm., sen,, 19 j 5 a 
Vaux, T. R.. 9./ H 6 

— Vine, Albert, 6 # 8 c 

— Wade, B. A., 17*86 
Walker, J., 30 o 7 4! 

— Wal?, J. B. D., 9 i 8 6 
Wallace, J., 13 a lie 

— Wate, Samnel, 16 a 8 c 

— Waters, Geo.. 30 a 7 « 

— Waterson, Daniel, 20 a 3 J 



EankmptcieB {rontina^.d). 
— Watt and Son, 12 j 6 n 

and Williamion. 6 » 8 « 

Way. John, 16./8 6 

The?., 12 /6 a 



Webb. John. 24 » 8 « 

Weir, D., 6 « 8 f 

WHavton, Jaoaes, 18 n 1 1 c— 20 o 8 rf 

White, Hugh. 26 j 5 n 

Whiteside. Henry. 2^^ 8 c 

Whitt, C. H., 9a5/ 

Wilkio, T., 24 « 8 » 

Wilkins, Wm„ 20 « 8 6 

Wilkinson, Joseph. 26 y 5 a 

Williams. Chas., 12 / 5 a 

WiUox, J. S.. 13 a 8 (/ 

Wilson. A., 10s 8 c 

J.. 17»8 6 

N. H., 2 r 8 a 

& Co.,G o 3 6 

Winjjate & r<i.. 9/86 

Winning. W. G.. 9 • 5/ 

Witherden. Joseph, 9 j 8 6 

Wood, James, 9 a 6/ 

Woodgate, Edwin, 6 s 8 c 

Woods, T-, 2 a 8 a 

Wray, Robt., 24 « 8 « 

WriKht and Dixon, 13 s 8 rf 

Yates, John. 5 i 5 a 

T. W., 26> 6 a 

Yorston, R., 12 /5 a 

Young, D.. 12 / 5 a 

1)., 6 » 8 c— 10 s 8 f 

rod Wilson. 19 /5 a 

BAliKRUPTCIES ANNULLED :— 

Best, T. S.. 12 7 5 /f • 

Bird and Barnett. 20 .«? 8 6 

Brlstow. Robt., 13 « 8 ^i 

C-jnpbdl. Glo., \?.s9d 

— Oh»^lley, Snnmel. 2 / 10 6 

Cooi»er, K(#bt., 10 * 8 c 

Coppen, Eliza, 2^106 

Da vies. David, 12/5 a 



Denton. U. T., 5^6 a 

Dowev. I-;;btll«, 2 / 10 h 

Dr.ikJranl. U. J., '^^ ^ ^ a 

- - Vi^wsfAiiX. Hvnry. 2a/9a 

I'ry. J.W.. 20 <i 6il 

Jc*%^ itt, Henry. 19 ; 5 a 

Jones, Mary, 10 s 8 c 

Kint'hant. J. K.. 19; 5 a 

— K4.ig,j. F^soys c 

Lews, Morgan, 9 ; 8 6 

Nau-vb. a.l., 20a8</ 

— Rem-jnil, W. A., 2/10 6 

Rhodes. James. 12 / 5 a 

U(»bertp u 'd l^aberts, 13 a 11 « 

Taylor. &i.. O. aod T., 23 > 9 a 

- . Tomkins, K. W., il a 8 a 

Vulliamy. Hen.y, 20 ci 8 rf 

\\ Uit.wf , Wm.. 23 / 9 a 

Wood, G. F,. 30 I 8 c 

Woolf, S : nd B., 2 7 10 6 

W.i^bt. E. H.. 6«8 e 

BANKRUPTCY COURT:— 

All!.»gham. J. W., 24 i 12 c-% tWd 

Aacher, Isidore G., 3l> 4 «— 10 a U rf 

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PALMXb'S IVDKX to ** THB TUOS ^ irXlTSPAPlS. 



[Jul J 1 1« 



Bauknptcy Couxt (rcm/inverO. 

— — Beckwith and Hanimond, 1 a4« 

Bevan^bCo., 8j4e 

Bishop. J. G., 7 a 4/—10 1 11 rf 

- iind Son, 13 t 11 / 



— re Brearej and Baldwin, 19 j 6 c — ^28 « 12 <f 

— Burford. Geo., 81 ; 4 € 

— ('ampbell, Geo., 10/6 a— 9 d 11 e 

— - ^x /irir/c Carter — re Thraappletoo, 29 ; 4 c 

(;atf(ird & Co., 29 t 1 1 e 

Colling*, Geo.. 18; 4 rf 

Cooke, 1>. F^ 7 fl 4/ 

David. Bros^ 16 a 4 «— 29 a 9 if 

and David, 21 j 1 1 a— 17 « 11 e 

— Dickinson, G. F., 20 a 12 « 
Dobfon J. W.,7>9A 

— DoLinandSon. 24« 12 a 

Downinj;. N. B., 4 ; 4 /— 12i 6 / 

— Draper and Stewart, 16 a 4y 
^— Evens, J. H., 18 / 4 <tf 

1 T ry and Ausen, 13 • 4 / 

l>f ranee. B. J. B. W.. 6 a 4 i 

• Field and bona. i9 t 9 e— 20 « 12 4 

Flower W. L., 81 j 4 «— 27 a 11 e 

Fosdick. R. G., lOj 6 6 

— T orres % Willinni. tx parte Henderson, 1 / 4 d 

Frank. O.. 2i / 4 «— 6 a 12 a 

Fraser, W. T., 21 y 11 « 

Gtpp .\. M.. 28 a \\ c— 11 #9rf 

Gudbold, lienry, 26y C b 

Hall. W.. 9 I 1 1 /•-9 al\c 

llounsell, G. C. 20 j^b 

Johnstone 9u ("o.. 10 « 11 d 

.loiien, i<i*ar]c and W hicott, 4 s 10 a 

— Jot dan. U.. i3 a4 / 

Kiell, G. M.. 21/ 1 2 c 

— — Kitchen, Joseph, i^ Ge—T a 4/ 
Lawrence. W. F., 2 a 4/— 29 a 9 rf 

— — Lax ion. liichaid. 1 1 / 4 e 

< — Leightoo, Thos., and ^ns. 8L> 9/ 

— Lightbody, J. and J., 12 a 6 e 

Logie and Nicoll, 1 ji' 4 e 

-^— l-ioog, Henrann. 18 « 11 6 

Macnamara. John, 8^' 4/ 

M'llvnry. James, 18 a 12 a 

< Metcalf. Richard, 21/11 a 

^- — Middle>on. Answorth & Co., 24 « 12 o 

Morton, aod Tavlor, 2j 6/— 11> 8 a 

Napier. A. L. M., 24> 12 r— 7 « 4 / 

Noble, G.. Jl n 12 a 

Nugent and Whiiehorne, 4/4/ 

Ottaway, J. B.. 9 « 11 d 

— — Phipson and Buchunan, 8 « 11 </ 

Fluaibly, Geo., 6 ; «J «— 9 / 1 \J 

Poole, R. C, 7 a 4y 

Price, Bousted, & Co^ 30/ 4 c 

Ptobinson, D. C. £., 26 / 6 6 

Roots, Geo., 26 / 5 a 

Rvder, T., 16 « 4/ 

Sat ch well, Thos., 9/11 /— 6 a 4 6 

re Saunders and Mee, 16 ; 6/ 

— Sawers, Anderson and Bhiir, 28 a 12 </ 

M.H.,llf9rf 

Smalpage. J. H., 14 ; 6 a— 15 n ^f 

r« Smalpage, 22 « 12 a 

Smith, Benj.. 21 « 11 a 

re Smiih and Harris, 16/ 4 f 



Bankmptey ioiizt {cmUinwed), 

rs Smith, Fleming 4 Co.— Citj of LoodMi, 

12/6^— 14i6« 
— re Smy the, 22 / 4 c 

Snowdowne, James, sen., Mj 7/ 

Stratford. H. 8.^ 8 s 12 « 

Stronach, R. S., 6 « 10 < 

Sunley, W. H^ 22 a 10 a 

SiiTesey. J., 27< II c 

Vine and MorrisoM. 22 a 10 a 

Webb. S. O.. 20 a 12 a 

White, H. M. W^ 18 a Bf 

Will*, F. 0.. 26 « 9 « 

ex parte Witt,~r« Armattoog 16 i 6 « 

N(»tices of Last Examinations, me evmj 

WednMdity*s and Saimrdaw's paper 
Bankruptcy Laws and Crediton, 6 c 11 / 
Baroek>na. MS Staxh 

Barkas (T. P.) on Cok>v BH^neaa, 28 a 10 c 
Barkley (G. A.) Situation in Turkaj, 29 i 4 i 

(J. T.) on the Tama Raflway, lOi 9 a 

Bamardo (T. J.) on fifias AddisootU Homa, 29 « 

\0f 

and Homes for Dettituta Boya, 18 s 11 T 

Barnewell (R. A } on the Barony of Trian la s t oa , 

70 11 r 
Barrow Stod-Casting Company, 19 a 10 a 
Barry (J. G.) Water Supply. 6 « 12 6 
1 ar on (IT. M.) on Private Bill TiPgisKUtlon, 11 



n i a 
Bates (R.) on the Water Supply of East London, 

3? rt 5 /• 
Bath College, 26i 11 b 

Liboral Meeting at, 29 ; 11 /* 

Order of. New Appointments, 1 j9f-^t / 10 

«— 3 / 12 A— 30 i 8 A— 20 m 8 c— 23 a 8 a— 25 a 
lOfl— lO*!!/"— 12# 1I/-I9. 7i/— 27«8 4 

Conservative Associatbn, Meeting, SS; 8 f 

BathiTti. Caution to. 23 « 9/ 

Bathing in the Thames, Notes on, 12 a 10 f—Xb 

alf 
Baths in Belfast, 8 s 11 e 
Bauer's Drawings of Wheat, 4^ 10 e 
Bavarian Hops. 18 s 7 e 

Royal Centenary of the Btiling Family in, 

4 a 10 6—16 s 6 c 

and Brunswick Reigiung Fkmilia's of, 7 « 

9/- 
Baxter (— ) at Arbroath. 26 « 9 a 
Bayswater Jewish Schools, 7 j 7 6 
Beanconsfield (Lord") on Agriculture, 24 a 7 6 

at Aylesbury, 19 « 8 tf 

— Banquet to, at Grocers' Hall, 2; 12 <f 

and Canada, 28 s 8 / 

Deputation to, from the Orooen' Company, 

1>8/ 

Pe<iple*s Wreath for, Declined, Ij 8« 

on Technical Education, 14 j 10 6 

on Tenant Farmers, 12 « 11 a 

Mr. Tumerelli ou, 16i 10 a-18 i 11 c— 19 

J11/-81./6/— 20a9/' 
Beaucierk (Rev. Charles) on the AJBbvt Elwf^ 

19a 6 6 
Beaumont (TT.) Tnmifer of Railway Stock, 22 a 

He 
Beckett (£dm.) Agriculture aod Betomiug Pro- 
sperity, 29 a 4/ 



Sep. 30, 1S79.] PiXMBa's iotex to "the times" newspapei?. 



Bow 



Deckett (Edm.) Trades Union Congreii, 25 s 4/ 
Bactire (Lord) on Agriculture, 17 t 6 a 
Bedford, New Biihop Suffragan of, 7 j 8 i— 10 / 

11/— 12 i 7 e—Hj 8 d— 9 a 9/— 17 « 6 a 
Bee Farm in Canada, Sm7 d 
Beem (J. T.) State of lova, 14 a 4 
Beer Driokera, 27 a 6/ 
Beee and the Season, Note on. 
Beetroot CultiTation in Aroerio^^ 
Belgian Exploration of Afriea^'fBA 6 

Belgian Tir Natural, 11 1(9 

Bd^Aos, Memorial to the La^e J^g o 

Windsor Castle, 23 s 4 if 
BELGIUM:— \ 

Appointments, 16y 5 e— 10 « 5 t 

Baoearatin, 27 a 11 e 

— Edocation in, 6 « 6 s 

Finance, 2Sj 6 d— 29 j 9/ 

Grand Concert to Aid the Sufferers by the 

Fraoieries ColUerj Accident, 4 a 6 6 

Jubilee Auniversarj of the Independence 

of. Fetes, &e., to Celebrate, 26 a 3 s 

the Ministry, 16 j 10 /*— 22 j 10 a 

Miscellaneous News, 26 a 5/— 5 « 5 /- 6 s 

5 f^22 s 6 c 

Notices Posted up Tlireatening the King's 

lafe, 9 / 6 s— 14 ;8 6— 17> 6 rf— 19 j 7 €-21 j 
5 /l.2d J 6 d-6 a 10 d 
^^ Police Remove a Placard from Lackcn 

Chnreh, 2j 7 d 
•— - Prices of Food In, 5 t 7 d 
— — Proceedings in the Chambers, 24 ; 6 a— 25 
j 5 d—26 jT d 

. and the Vatican. 24 « 5 e 

Working Classes in, 4 « 9 d 

Bellingham & C*o.. on ihe Water Supply. 1 a 11 6 
Belmore (Lord) I^nd Law in Ii-eland, 1 1 / 7 s 
Bennet ^Lord), 16 a 8 6 
Bernett Polar Expedition, 10/9 6— 21^ 10 a— 

29y 10 e— 18 a 5 /— 25 a 5 / 
Bernhardt (Mdlle. Sarah) Royal Visit to the Art 

GaUeryof,9>9/ 
Bethnal Green Museum, Note on, 29 n 6 s 
BoTsn CG. P.) Coal Miners' Emigration to 

Pennsylrania, 18 1 1 1 a 
Bible, New Translation, Meeting of the New 
Testament RoTtsors, 9 9 10 6 

OldTestament Rerifoni, 12 ; 11/ 

Bicester Agricultural and Horticultural Aiioclft- 

tion Annual Meeting. 4 t 4 <f 
Bicyclists, Note on, 20 « 8 A 
Biggest Telegraph in the World, SO a 7 ^ ' 
Birmingham, Afghan Meeting at, 2> 7 e^l6 a 10 
/— 16#8a 

Check Frauds at, 18 j 10/ 

— *- Dangerous Ixisp at, 16 u 6 /* 

Gas Fitters Dispute. 9 a 10 /* 

Uorte and Hound Show, 13 a 10 5—14 aod 

-.15 a 10 a 

Meeting of Liberals at, 3 ; 10 s— 29 j 5 s 

Roysl Society of Artists, 25 a 10 b 

Triennial FestiTal, 28 j 6 c— 22 a 7 f-2Z 

a 9/— 26 a 8 /— 27 a 10 5—28 a 10 e— 29 a 3 
« -»0 t» 6 5—1 s 8 c 
BIKTHS:— In Consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
torn 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 



10 a 



nions. as al.«o of all British SubjecU born 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
Terlised in the Timet. 
I^f^Al/r*^ Births-of Five Children at Kettwig, 16 « 5 « 
(^^»i-r-^;v , r^ishop of London's Fund. Meeting, 17> 12 « 
Lfl <^,) ^ J^&hops, Consecration of New, 2 1 ; 6 5-22^ 1 1 b 

Sfl.sfe.ri.r'K ^<jJL26 J 6 c 

teidkbume (Lt. Col.) at Bootle, 21 a 11 a 
\mte (Thof.) on the Cat, 23 i 12 5 
|ut|tyre (Lord) on the Mar Peerage, 14 j 
It Furnace Stsg, 16^85 
laerhasitett (R. P.) on the Marriage Laws of 
England, 15 a 5e 

on Agricultural Burdens, 18 a 8 a 

■ RepresenUtion of Ireland, 6 ; 10 /— 18 i 4 / 

Bligh (E. V.) Continental Communication, 16 a 

8<f 
Blind, Congress on, at Berlin, 18 a 4 « 

New Institution for, at Sheffield, 11 all e 

Blindness, Singular Recovery of Sight, 80 o 4 / 
BluntschU (Dr.) on the Jews in Roumania, 13 a 

85 
Boccaccio Memorial, Inauguration of, at Certaldo« 

Boiler Inspection Company, Annual Meeting, 28 

a 10 c 
BoliTiA. Army News, \ tSf 
BoUand (James) on the Thames Bridges, 8 ; 7 / 
Book Keeping, Specimen of, 15 a 1 1 cf 
Books;— Australia a Dictionary of Dates, 15 a 4/ 

Litirary Notes. 12/6 /»— 26./ 12i»— 20 « 6 « 

Lyra Apostolica New Edition. 26 j 13./' 

Price Sale List of the Libraries of Mr. 

Hollowav, Capf. Hamilton, Mr, Taylor and 

Dr. Wilson, at J<otheby's, 25 a iO d 
of the Library of Caleb Cushing's Library. 

29 » 4 / 
Shakespeare Trantlated by Count Rusooni, 

4s5s 

Album. 1 1 « 7 /• 

Ti'»€« Column of New Books and New 

Editions, in each day^s paper 

Thucydides, by Professor Jowett, New 

Edition, 2 a 9 A 
Wvcliffe Testament. Clarendon Press Pub- 
lish a* Small Reprint of, 10 « 4 / 
^^^^^ see qUo IIkvikws 
Bosnia— Austrian Troops in, 5 a 5/ 
— r Iro.i Ore io. 28 a 9/ 

Medieal Practice in, 4 ji 9 s 

Mi*ellnneous News, 22 j bf-^iZj 5 rf-24 

j 6 11—31 )hd 2 a 5 c— 6 n 5 c/— 1 1 a 5 e & / 
—21 « 5 rf -23 a 5 rf— 26 a 3 rf— 6 « 5 « 

and Novl B»:..ir, 20 i 5 / 

— ^ THking the Census of, 19^ 5 ^ 

Bosnian Fair. 30 rr «>/• 

Bosanquet (S, C.) Royal Hospital for Incurables. 

16/ 10 a 
Bouling: Spirits In Bond, 23 » %J 
Boulj^er (D. C.) Chinese Infiaeuce in Asia, 17 / 

7/- 
Boulogne, Fetes »t, 10 i 9 / 
Boui Cher (William) Assyrian Explorations, 7 j 

10 h 
Bowes i Jas, L.) S^ttuma Faience, 17 7 1^ / 



Sow 



f>i.LH£B'8 INDEX tO ^ T&E TIIlES ** NElVSrArER. 



[July 1 ft 



Bowyer(Su Geo.) GardsnCoartTemnle, 21 a 12 & 
House of Loia< as an Ultimate Court of 

Appeal, 27 a 1 1 / 
Bradfield College, Dinner oi the Scholars at 

WiUU'sRoom, Ijbf 
Biadljy (G. G.) tbo Rigi-Kulen Hote\ 6s 10 e 
Bralos and lotellect, 25 ji 4 a 
Braodieth (Arthur; on Lord Lawrence, 29/11 e 
Brassey (Thot.) on Agricultural Holdings, 19 

t 5 a 
BraTender (F.) Poiatoe Cropping, S $ i f—ll t 

8^ 
Brazil— Bank Frauds, 7 aSd 
— ^- Famine in, 17 5s 

— Finances in, 18 s 6 a 

**>- Ministeiial Crisis in, Ij 10 f 

— Miscellaneous News, 2^7 d^-b j 7 d^lS a 
6 e—S * 6 c— 22 sB d 

^— New Loan. 28 j 5 </— 12 m 5 s— 1 s G a-*l» 

sib 

Polytechnic Sdiool Dispute, 19/ 7 / 

Breconshira Prison, 1 1 a 6 /" 

Bright (John; on Free Trades at Glasgow, 18 a 

He 
*— on Canadian Police, 17*9/ 

and Rocbdnle Workhouse, 12 s 10 b 

on the Workmen's Compensation Bill, 7 j 

8./ 
Brighton Aquarium. AddUlo'.is to, 2 t 7/ 

Applies for a Dramatic License, 2bj\0f 

Note about, 8 s 11 </ 

Brine (Col. ) on the late Lord Sandhurst, 20 s 11 s 

Bristol Musical Festival. 8 « 6 /" 

Wool and Leather Fair, 4 #6/ 

and Glooestershire Arohaeolojical Society, 

U7IO6 

British Agriculture, Note on, 1 s 10 e 

— Ardiaeologicnl Association, Annual Con- 
gress, 9> 10«— 13 a 11 /— Ua5 e— 15 a 8 6 
—16 a 11 a— 18 a 4 e— 19 o 8 c— 20 a 6 /— 21 
u 6 /*— 23 a 10 c 

>-— Association for AdTancement of Science, 
19; 11 /— 23/4/*— 16o6e-20a8a-21 a 6 
c— 22 a 4 d— 23 a ^ a— 25 a 8 ii-*26 a 4 «— 27 
a 8 a— 28 a 8 a— 30 a 4 </— 30 a 10/ 

■ Associations, Inrentions at, 19 a 8 a 

Bee-K(^Derb' Absociation, Annual Show, 25 

;4a 

China Abroad, 12 / 12 e 

Chinese Subjects, Ciicu^ar about, 20 a 10 k 

— ^ Columbia and ihe Crown Lands, 1 s 5/ 

— Medical Association, MeeUngs, 16/5 /*— 7 
a 11 A— 9 a 10 e 

MuKeum, Lectures in, Sy 10 e— 8 ji' 5 /— 10 

I 9 a— 12; lOA— 15; lOa 

North American Indians, 15 j 10/— 2 a 7/ 

— — Pharmaceutical Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, 20 a 1 1 r 

— and American Steel (kK>ds, 20 a 6 / 

.~— and Australasian Trust and Loan Company, 
19> 8 f 

— and Continental Federation, Annual Con- 
ference, 26 a 8 e 

Brodrick (G. C.) Natural Science in Elementary 

Schools. 6 o 4 cf 
''i-oomhall fJ.) on Railway Debentures, 22 a 5 a 
-10 » 7^— 18« 1 h 



Brown (Darid) on Indian Railways, 26 a 5 i 

— (R.P.)Gleniilt, 24s7e 

Brunswick (latu Duke of) and bia Property, K 

alOd 

Monument at GeBeTa»*29 /4c 

RemoTal of the Body of, to the Ntw Uaii', 

■oleum in Genera, 10 s 5 tf 
Bryce (James) on the ArmenutDt of 

Turkey, «/ 12 A— 28; 6/ 
Buchanan and Rogers, Not Vacatioa 

23tt6y— 26a4/ 
Buckstone (the Action) Appeal for, 21 a 8 ^8 

a 6 d — 26 •6a 
Buddhist CoUeetion in the Lobone Museum, U 

a 8c^l8a 8 <f 
BULQABIA:-- 

Admitted into the Postal Union, 15 / 5 c 

Appointments, 11 a 5 / 

Bridge at Tirnova, 13 a 10 a 

our Correspondent on, 13 a 10 o — 14 a S tf 

Court News, 1/5 *— 3 j 5 d—lj 8 <— 8 j h 

d-^^j 5 •— 10 J 7 s— 12 > 7 c -14 / 7 «-l6i 5 

c— 2 a 5 c/— 13 a 5 c & e— 3 s 5 tf— 29 s 6 6 

Prince Alexander Makes his State Entiy 

into Tirnova, lOj 7 s 

Delimitation Commission, 11/5 c— 16/5* 

—11 CI 5 e— 17 « 5 d- 22 » 6 k— 26 s 3 <f 

Demolition of the Fortresses in, 26 ; 7 J~9 

a 5 e 

Disturbances in, 17y 6 ^—31 / 5 c— 2 « 5e 

— 7o56— 13rt 5 6 

and Eastern Roumclia, 18 / 5 / 

Education, 1 « 5 /' 

Feast of Elijah, 26 a 8 rf 

Frontier Question, 8/5 rf— 13 a 5 *-30 * 

Mass Meeting against the Ministry, 4 « Stf 

— 9 « 3 « 

Miscellaneous News, 4/5 o — 11 7 5 d— 12; 



7 e— 18 / 5 «— 21 / 5>— 23 / 5 rf— 26 / 6 *— 6 a 
5 rf& e-6 a— 12 o 5 rf— 14 a 5 c— 16 a hf-^ 
abd—2\ a5(/— 25a5 /— 25fl 5/— 29a3^- 
80 a 5 /— 12 s 5 rf— 17 s 5 cf— 20 s 6 a-22 sU 
—24 fi'5 s 

and the Mussulmen, 2 t 8 ef 

New Ministry, li> ; 7 c 

Papal Seat in, 29 j 5 rf— 5 a 5 c 

Railways in, 14 a 5 </ 

Reception of the Prince, 15/ 5 d 

and Roumania, 2(» ; 7 d 

and Russia, 19 a 3 c 

Presents the Danube Flotilla to, 21 /5< 

— 5« 5 </ 

and Servia, 14 a 5 c/ 

Sketch of the Ministry, 29 / 8 a 

Stale of Sofia, 14 o 3 </ 

Stenography in. 20 a 8 /* 

and thi Vatican 7jSd 

Bulgarian Press, 21 s 4y 
Bulgarians and Greeks, 17 s 4 a 

Buller (Col.) Keturn of, from the Cape, 3 1 6 / 

Subscription for, 4 « 7 « 

Burder (Dr. G. F.) on the Rainfall, 8^ S a-4s 

9// 
Burdott (H. C.) Hospitals for the Middle CUsffe% 

21 a 4/ 
on Postal Tclcgraiu Cards, fi « 8 c 



Sep. 30, 1879. J palheh's index to "the timb*" NE\rsrAPrat. 



Can 



Burdett-Coutti (Lady) at Yraujden, 17/ 10 c 

Movements of, 23 i 7/ 

Burglar V' at Pareonstown, 15 ? 8 a 

at Fadiham, 6 s 10 6 

Burial Question an Bedal), 5 / 5 e 

Caae of a Baptist Denied the Church Ser- 

Tice at Bedall. 5 i 5 e 

New Act, Notes on, 2Aj 10 «— 31 j 12 c 

Buriuah, sef. India. 

Burnhaoi Beeches, Notes on, 14 j 13 e— 21 j 12 b 

Burns — Inauguration of the Statue to the Poet 

at Kilmarnock. 1 1 a 9 / 
Burt (C J New Alpine Danger, 29 s 6 e 
Business Mea's Sucietj for Moderate Drinkers, 

Butter, Report on Forelen Dairies, 26 ; 12/ 
Butterflies, Swarm of Vanessa, at Stuttgart, 7 

J Be 

Grey Striped with Black near Pau, 17 * 6 « 

Note on, 7 a 10 a 

Butterfly, the *• Painted Lady," see Pjlinted 
Buxton (8. C.) on the London School Board, 14 

>8<i— 19>10fl-26/ 12/ 

(T. Fowell ) on Zululand, 25 » 8 /* 

Byford (Wm.) trade with Siberia, 19 s 9 c/ 

C. 

Cab Drivers* Benevolent Association, Annual 
Meeting, 10 / U 6—18.; 10 e 

Cabinet Council Meetings, 1 / 9 /"— 8 ; 9 /"— 9 f5e 
^10;11/— 14 jSa— 15 75 c/— 16>9/'— 18/10 
«— 24 ; 9'/— 25 j 3 /*— 29> 9 6-29; 9 /--30 j 9 
/—I a 5 /•— 6 a 9 /— 7 a 9/— 8 a 9y— 12 o 9 r 
—13 a 9./— 15 a 5 rf— IG a 9/ 

— a Crowd with Mu^ic Proceed, in Order to 
Obtain the Release of Arthur Orton, I ; 5 e 

Caird ( — ) on Agr!cultural Depression at Rich- 
mond 4i 5 /* 

— British Agriculture, 1 s 10 e 
on India, 29 .^ 11 a 

« on the Koyal Commission on Agricultural 

Distress. 22 ; 10 c 
California, a Baptist Minister Chosen Mayor of 

San Francisco, 9 s9 a 
Attempted Murder of the Working Men's 

Candidate, 26 a 3 d 

— Candidate for Governorship, 4 / 5 e 
Disturbances in, 25 a 5/ 

— Elections in, 3 « 4 d 
Trade in, 29 a 6 d 

Cambrian Archaeological Association, Annual 
Meeting, 26 o 7 f—27 a 10/— 28 a 6/— 29 a 4 
rf— 30rt 6e— I s 11 6 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVEE8ITT:— 

Cavendish College. 26 j 13^—5 a 6/ 

Cobden Prize— Subject, U; 12/ 

-»— Entrance Scholarships, 7 c 8 a— 27 a 4/— 

29 a 8 /— 30 a 6 «— 2 » 4 6 

Examinations, 19 ; 12/ 

Eihibiiions, 19/12/ 

Girton College, Lady Goldsmid*8 Donation 

to, 21/86 
Campbell (Geo.) on the East India Railway, 8 ; 

11/ 
CAHIBA:— 

• — Acclimatization of Qtiail in, 31 / 9/ 

— — Annnintmonfa *il i S /' 



Canada ('ontinwuD. 
Banquet to the 



American Secretary of 



State in, 1356 a 

Birds and Fruit in, 18 « 10 a 

Banking Panic in Montreal, 9 a 5 s— 12 o 5 

d — 14 a 4 a— 19 a be 

Cattle from, 6 ; 7 «— 18 / 12 «— 1 a 5 « 

and its Commercial Treaties. 9 alQd 

Confederation Question, 9 a 10 a 

Crops, 1(>/ 7/ 

Customs, Revenue of , 6 a 8 d— 29 aZ d 

Exhibition Opening of . 8 » 6 c— 26 s 3 €—29 

«66 

Fishery Laws, 19/7/ 

Harvest of, 26 a 3 s 

the Indians under Sitting Bull in, 8 a 6/— 

15 a 8 a 
Letellier Case, 7/8 </— 23 i 5/— 26 ; 7 «— 

29 J 5 e— 30 / 5 rf— 6 a 6 /— 12 a 11 d 

Ministers in England, 1/9 /*— 8^ 9/ 

Miscellaneous News, 19 a 3 c & </— 30 a 6 a 

^16s6c 

Mounted Police in, 22 a 3/ 

Movements of the Governor-General and 

the Princess, 5^ 11 a— 6 a 5/— 8 a 10 a— 14 a 

5 rf— 15 a 5 y— 25 a 11 5—6 s 6 /-9 s 7/— 11 

, 3 f^\% 8 6 a— 20 8 6 a— 22 s 6 d— 80 s 7/ 
-i — New Governor of Quebec, 28 / 6 A 

the Opposition and Tariff, 10 * 4/ 

Orangemen's Celebration at Toronto, &c., 

14/8 6-25 /5 d 
Premier in England. 6 s 9 /•— 10 s 9 /— 1« 

99 f 
Princess Louisa at the T^rette Convent, at 

Toronto, 23 « 8 /* 
Proceedings in the Legislature, 1 » 5/— 8 9 

5 d-4 » 3/— 5 & 5 /-6 » 5 /—IS #66 

Proclamations, b sb f 

Progress in, 20 * 9 / 

— Quebec Budget, 24 / 6 a 

Legislature and the Treasurer, 7 « 6 d— 

8 a lOu 

Revenue Returns, 10 a 4 «— 11 » 7 / 

Riot between French and Irish Labourer* 

at Quebec, 16 a 6 /"— 18 a 6 e— 23 a 6 «— 26 o 

6y— 26 a 6 o 

Royal MiUtary College of. 22 / 7 d 

Savings Banks of, 22 « 9/ 

Secretary Evarts in, 28 s 8 6 

Self-Government to be Imposed, 9 a 10 a 

Tariff, 19 a 5 d 

Territory of, 28 a 10 e 

Visitors "in England from, 6 a 10/ 

Canadian Land Laws, 29 s 10 a 

Potatoes, C6 » 5 6 

Tariff and Canadian Manufactures, 24 « II 

£—25 5 4d 
CANALS :— 

the Atrek, 16s 3d 

Chesapcake-D< aware, 16 a 5 / 

Cornish, 13*8 6 

from Cvenstadt to St. Petei-sburg, I67 6 <f 

Darien, 11/6 d-17 / 4 4—28 > 6 a & c— S 

ah f 



Development in France, I s 6/ 
Grand of Ireland, 9 a 6/ 
— .Junction. 22 s 11 /* 



Can 



palhkk's lyoBX to "tan xiius" nzwifapkb. 



[Jl«y 



:,1 



Oanslt Ccontinued). 

Inter-OcMiuc, \j6e 28 j U a— 2fi j 5 d— 

2Zj 6 a— 81 i 5 rf— 1 a 5 rf— 4 o 6 c— 7 a 5 c— 

9 a 60—1 15/* 
Panaima, 9 j 5 e~l 1 j 5 </— 16 / 5 e— 7 a 5 <f 

^8 a 10 a>-'i7 a 5 r— 28 o 5 e— 29 « 8 c 

Former Projects to Cut, 80 ; 5 c 

Regent*!, 24ji'6/' 

— • — State of Sharef in Companiaa, teewtry day's 

paper 
Suer^ PailianieDtai^ Paper gd the Purcfaaia 

of Sb: t •! . 8 i 5 e 

Traffic of, 14 m 9/— 32 o 7 /* 

Through Ralei. 87 9/ 

Cancel Hoapital, Biomptoa, GoQ^ral Meeting, 4 

il3a 
Canharo (Henry) Workhouie Children, 18 « 6/ 
Cain'iDg and Fiosging, 4 • 6 <f 
Canoe Acddcnta, 17j lly— 2iy6(/ 
Canterbury Diocetan Conference, 16 j 10 a — 17 

(Abp. of) on fbe Weather, 7 ; 10 c 

Movemenft of, 2\ a Bj—iZ 9 7/ 

at Tenterden, U 1 8 a 

Cape Copper Mining Compaar, 1 1 t 5 6 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE:— 

- Aborigioes of the Tiana raal, 12 j 6 a 
Agent General for, 20 s 9 /* 

Banqoer to the High Commisiioner, 5i 18c 

-^ Blue Books on the Affairs of, 81 ; 4 a 

Boers in, 80 a 8 e 

Budge', 2 a lOe 

Caff res in the Colony, 2 a 4 /* 

Cetevrayo's Ivory Tusk, 16 t 7 J 

— Mee Zulu Was 

the Maoris, 7 a 9/ 

Old Caffre Wars, 16 t 8 6 

*— Parliamentary News, 28 j 1 1 a— 3 a 10 c — 

8a6 c 
the TransTaal, 12 a 10 a— 22 sH 

War News. 4 a 10/ 

in Zulu Land, #m Zulu Wab 



Sir Qamei Wolseley at Durban, 12 a 8 e 

Capper (S. J.) Foreign Trarel, 29 j 8 c 

— Ancienr Cities of the Bodensee, 5 « 7 e — 28 

«4« 
Carden (R. W.) an Impostor, 26 a 8 6 
Carey (Csp^.) Notice about, 19 a 8/ 

'■— Audress to. ai Plymouch, 20 a 9/ 

Reply. 22 a 8 a 

Case of PrincR Friedrich Schwarzenberg, 



81>6e 

Letter to the Ckristian^ 28 a 10 & 

Sentenceon, 29a8 b 



(H. W.) on Capt Carey and the Two 

O'roopera, 12 a 8 c/ 
Carnanron (Lord) on Coffee TaTems, ijlOd 

MoTCmentB of , 8 a 9 /* 

Carpenter (B. H.) Stale of the Alhambta, 6 a 6 e 

Carr (T.) in Bzample, ]6a8(f 

Carriages and Male Servants, fietum of Duty 

on, 80 1 6 c 
Cartwrighi (— ) at Thame, l2sSb 
Caahmere. Notes on, 2S a 8 d— 27 o 6 c— 80 a 11 

Qieat Snowfall in, 6 t 4/ 

!aspian Sea, Russian New Surveys of, 17 ^ 8 ^ 



Cassell & Oi., on the American ^Be-arFsng»' 

men.s " of English Books, 12 a 8 cf 
Cassiani (C.) on Couriei*s, 15 a 1 1 / 
CATTLE :— 
Canadian Trade, 18 a 7 a 

— Contagious Diseases Act, 14^4 /— 1 8 a 4 a 
-.26 aSe 

Foot and Mouth Disease, SO a 8 a^8 s 4^ 

Pleuro-Pntumonia, 1 j 10 /-8 a 7 e-4 1 5 

6~l8sl)/ 
Rinderpest in Russia. 90 a 8 c 

Sale o' the Galleaby Shonhuma, 22 a 7 a 

of Short horns at Banbury, 18 a II & 

Shortboroa for New Zealand, 25 a 4 i 

Trade, State of. mt every day*M p^jper 

Trucks, Comoetition. Id ; 4 e 

Calechitfm. OiUlited Coturoa. ball </— 11 a8a 
Caterham Asylum, Annual Visitation, 21j 7f— 
7 a 11 a 

Cathedral Commission. Note on, 29 a 11 a 
Establishments. New Conunlasioners, %j 9 

/•— 10/9 6— 7 a 12 i 
Cattley (Ohos.) London Water Companies, 88 a 

10 a 
Cauffe (Sui^geon Major) on Zulu Prieooer% 9 tie 
Caution from Mr. Uoppin, 4 a 7/ 
Cavagnnri (Lady)Notioes about, 9 a 7 f -10 i8c 
Cave (Stephen) Health of, 15 ; 6 d-^lOj 5 f 
Cavendish (rx>rd F.) at Bradford, 29 a 11 a 
Caves of Prehistoric Men in Moravia, 15 a 10 c 
Cayley (£. S.) Grand Juries, 25 a 9/ 
Cecilia Societies of Germany, 81 / 6 e 
Ceatenarian— Kalia Bolnjaus, 8 a 5 <f 

Mrs. Fanny Bailey, 7 a 5 d 

Rev. Canon Beadon, 26 j 6 5 

M*s. Bartshome, at Worcester, 1/4/ 

Constancia Priem, a Beggar. 28 a 6 / 

Central Criminal Court, Notes about, 19 1 9^ 

20 a 12 c— 22 a 12 a— 28 a 9 a 

— London Throat and Ear Hospital, %\j€i 

Fruit and Vegetable Market, 15 / 11 d 

Ceybn Comfiany, Report, 9 j 11 tf 

Produce of, 22j 9 /— 28 a 6/ 

Chain-makers of Staffordshire, Ac., Strike of, S 

a 6/ 
Chamba (Prince of) Deputation to GovenoMflt 

Urging the Claims of, 8j 5/ 
Chambers (J. D.) on the Athanasiao Crssd, U 

' A. f 

Chambre (Allen £.) Hospitals for the Hiddb 

Oaaaea, \9aBf 
Chancery Lane, Alterations in, 5 a 11 / 
CHANGE OF SURNAMES Ac. :— 

Baynes, Thos., to be Farrer-Baynes, 20 j 1 * 

Bumell, W. B., to be Blackler, 6 a 1 * 

Cody, Alfred, to be Ormond, 7 ; 1 i 

Harrison, Richard, to be R. Charlton Hs^ 

risen, 9> 1 b 
Harvey, W. K.. to be W. K., CoUins Hsn«y, 

21a 1 6 

Herta, J. P., to be Hurst, 26 a 1 4 

Jones, Chas., to be Langston, 26« 1 & 

£. ]!., to be Montford, 2s lb 

Levvy, F. J., to be Leslie. 11 « 1 & 

— Lillycropp, Nancy, to be N. L. Dalton, 17 f 
1 6 

Lock, Geo., to be Rideal-Lock, 5 s 1 1 



Sep. SO. 1879.] palhsr'b vxdvx to *^ thb times " newspapkb. 



Ot? 



Ghaage of SnnMmes (continued), 

- — May«t, G«o., to be Blomefleld, 10 / I h 

Newport, Geo., to be Newport Gwilt, 18 f 

lb 

Tavlor. W. C, to be ETerler-Taylor, 6 sib 

VjTyan-Robinson, H. N., U., C. S. and F. 

A., to be VyTjran, 8/16 
Wanier, Edith, to be Warner Warner, 31 ; 

lb 
Channel IiUndfi, 19 j 13 b 
Chapel Bojal, Sa^07, Preachen for the Month, 

Charing Ctom ITosi^itaU 7.; 11/ 

Charitable Apiieala and Donations, §ee §atk So' 

rittg or CAarttji 

Friendi in Ireland, 31 M & 

Charity and the Franchise, 22 s 9 / 

Miaapplied, S a 1 1 / 

— ^ OrKanication Society, 2 a 10/ 

Notice about, 8 ; 10 i 

Charterhonae School of Science and Art, 13 « 6 « 
Chatiield (A. W.) Comma hi the Catechism, 6 a 

lid 
Chanodler {^C. 8.) Railway Commission, 4 ; 10 </ 
Cheese and Butter Exhibition at Frame, 26 s 6/ 
Chelmsford ;Lord) MoyemeoU of, 8 s 9 /— 20 s 

-^ SK Natal 

Chelsea Hospital for Women, 30 j 7 d 
Chemists* Prescriptions — Action at Birmingham, 

7 1 1 J c 
Cheque Frauds at Birmingham, Aj6d 
Cherry (J. L.) Decay of Ot-anite, lls9b 
Chesson (P. W.) Cetewayo's lyory Tusks, 11 s 6 c 
on Uie Zuld War, Sj bj—iSj 10/— 19 a 3 

/— 2«4c— 24#ll d- 
Chester Musical Festival 24 i 6 €—28 i 6 e 
Cheyne (J. P.) Arctic Exploration by Balloons, 

19«3 6— 29«llc 
Childert (Bt. Hon. fl. C. E.) at Kinstangley, 3 

«36 

at Stone, 80 s 4 s 

Children of Agricultural Labourers. 11 s 8 cf 
Chili and Peru, Miscellaneous News. 2^7 d~26 

; 7 «— 6 a 6/— 29 a 3 <^— i « 6/--3 « 10/— 6 « 

*/— 17*6/ 
GHmA:-- 
Bratal Sentence on the Little Children of 

a Rebel, ids 4/ 

— Commercial News, 28 j 5 <f 

Exhibition of Paintings on, 7/11/ 

General Grant in, 28 1 6 d 

Imperial Succession, 18 a 1 1 a 

Indian Tributaries of, 26 j 12 a 

and Japan, 23 s 3/ 

Journalism in, 18 a 11 a 

and the Loochoo Islands, 25 / 12 a 

Miscellaoeods News, 6 <i 10 6—11 « 8 a— 20 

s8 a 

— Naysl Review, 13 « 4 < 

and San Francisco Trade, 20 n 5 /* 

Traders* Insurance Company, 1 <i 10 e 

Waterwitys of. U a 10 a 

Chrocse Influence in Asia, 14 / 4 /*— 17 ; 7 /" 

Criminal Law and Extradition, 16 s 9 /—1 8 

slO* ^ 
EmbM^, 12> 11/— 26 ; 5 d 



Chinese Gdnboats, 25 i 3 s • 

Chipperfleld (Robert) on Caining on the tfaod, 8 

« 11 6 
Chipping Norton, &c^ Agricultural Annual 

Show, 6 « 10 c 
Chlorine, Decomposition of the " Element,** 8 a . 

4a 
Cholera. Notes on, 15 a 12 fr— 19 a8 e— 25<i 11/ 
Christ Church, Westminster Road, Independence 

Day at, 7 ; LO b 
Christ's Hospital. Speech Day, 22 / 5 /— 2 a 4/ 
Chrome and Coralt in Norway, 9 « 8/ 
Chit>nographed Documents and the Post, 18 « 

10 <f 
Chubb (Q. H.) Telephonic Exchange, 20 a 10 5 

— 2« a Aj' 
Church (A. C.) on London Omnibuses, 26 « 4 / 
Congress, Meeting at Swansea, 17/5/— 25 

jAM—MtBd 

of England Sunday Schools Festiral, 29/ 9/ 

Robberies. 29 a 8 d 

and the Weather, 14/96 

Churches in the City, Sale of, 14 / 13 b 

Goveroment Loans to, 2j7d 

Churchyards Closed to Burials, 2 « 7/ 
Circulars, Notes about, 19 a 4 a — 32 a 9 e 
Circa mpolar Obsenrationa, 29 a 6 d 
Cistern Pipes, 19 s 4 6 
City Benefices, Bp. of London on, 18 / 9 a 

of rx>ndon College. Prospectus of, 23 « 8 e 

— » Con«enratiTe Association, Banquet to the 

Members, 10 ; 18 a 

Corporation Accounts, Audit, 10 ; 14 e 

School, New BuUdings, 19 i 5 a 

Anntial Distribution of Prizes^ 26^ 12 • 



OffioesCompany(LimitedX16«5y— 25«6/ 

P risons. 20 a 11 c 

OiViL ACTIONS :— 

Aaronson v. Kemp, 12^ 6 c 

^— Adams v, UuthcUngs and Somer, 9/11/ 

-10/5/- 
Adamson v. Newcastle Steamship Insur- 
ance Association. 4 / 4 c 
Aitchison<and another v. Lohre, 19/5 /*•« 

la 3/ 

Adderson o. Bfetcalfe, 24 j 12 5—2 « 4 e 

— Alexandra Palace Company, 9 a 4 a 

Allanson v. Walker and others, 18 a IS « 

Allen V. Lloyd, 3 / 4 e 

w. Massy, 17/4 e— 18/ 4 c— 19 / 6 ••- 91 

J 11 11—22/9/ 

». Opera Comedy Company, 25 « 9 e 

Alliance Bank of Simla and the United 

Bank of India v. Brine, 2 / 6 s 
—— AUsopp V. Hopkins, 7 a 1 W 
Anderson v. Butlers Wharf Compftay, S 

a 4 e 

r. Metcalfe, 7 a 4 5 

and another v, Oppenheimer, 22 ;* 4 if 

Andrews r. Harding. 1 7 / 4 cf 

A]K>tliecaries Company u. Harrison, 7 / IS c 

ArcbtbRld Orr. Ewing&Co. v. the Registrar 

of Trade Mark^, 29 ; 4 a 
Ashutosh Dutt v. Deorga Chum Cha t terje e 

and another, 28 / 4 (f 
Attorney-General v. Lower Thamct Yallcj 

Main Sewerage Board, 19 j 5 / 



Olv 



»» 



PALMElt 8 INDEX TO ** TUB TIMRS NBWSPAPBH. 



[ f uly 1 to 



Civil Actions {continued), 

Attorney-General i;. Hnll, 18 ; 4 r 

— Bainbridge v. Great Eastern Railway, 7 / 6/" 

Barnes u. Hains\Torth, 30 i 4 i 

V, Smith, 8 « 1 1 c 

V. Johnson. 4 n 11 a 

Baum V, M'Thail. 18 ; 4 e 

Bell V. Corporation of Quebec, 17/4 </— 18 

;46 

rt James Bell, 2 a \\ f 

Benbow v. Low, 14 a 12 « 

Betts V. Doujchty, 26; 6 o— 28 ; 4 i 

Binks V. Robson, VI s% d 

Birks V. Lushin^ton, 21 7 11 6 

— ^- Birsertur Lali Sahoo r. Court of Wards, 10 
i6r— 16/4c 

ex parte Blain — re Sawers, 4 ci 4 ^ 

Blake v. Blake, 10 j 5 / 

Board of Works fo the Wandsworth Dis- 
trict n. West London b^xteasion Railway, 29 ;4r 

Boby and another v. Foster and others, 29 

J4c— «0;4d-.81iliy 
Noteabont, SI .;' 11/ 



Botterill and another v, Whytehead, 9 a 11 e 

Bouffler v. l^evy and another, 1 ;' 4 J— 5 9 6 cf 

— — Boynton and others v, Boynton and othei'S, 

13> «/ 
Braithwait v. Burron and Wilson, 12 a 4 /" 

re British Imperial Insurance Corporation, 

5 a 12 a 
_ rs British Seamless Paper Box Company, 

1 a 4 a 
— - Brown v. Lay bourne, 1 « 11 cf 

Bullock V. Haub«-y, 26 ; 6 c 

Burke v. Downing, 31 7 6 e 

^— Burt v. Rice, 5 a XI e 

Burton v. Dean, 247 12 h 

Capital and Counties Bank v. Henty & Co., 

10>6/-ll74rf 

Carlton v. Saunders, 12/5/ 

Carter v, Nield and another, IO7 6 « 

Castle V. Guardian Horse and Vehicle As- 
surance Company, 21 /lie 
_— re Chapeli/od Distillery Company, 7 a 12 6 

Chick V, Macauliffe, Note on, 9 a 10 c 

Chilton V. Cooke, 2j 6c 

. Cock V, Johnson, 12 a 4 « 

Coleness Iron (Company v. Black, 1 6 / 4 c 

Collins V, Sir Francis Geary, 18 / 4 « 

V. Locke, 28^ 4 rf 

Comedy Opera Company r. Gona, 22 / 4 c 

Cook V. Kettle and another, 30 j 4 & 

r« Cooke, 3 / 4 « 

Cooperw. Hiil,2iyil« 

— — Coppleston o. Coppleston and Woolrych, 

2U116 

Corke r. Barclay, 17 ; 4 i 

Cuning hame 1;. City of Glasgow Bank and 

others. 2/66 
^ Davis V. Isle of Thanet Gas Company, IS 

9\\b 
.»_ De Cordova and others v. De CordoTa, 14 

j6c— 2b>4d 

Denny v, Davies and Co., 29 j 4 c 

'~— De Oleaga and Co. v. West Cumberland 

Iron and Steel Company, ijid 

— Dupuy V. DilkeSj 15j 4 e 



Ciyil Actions (continued). 

Duberry r. North Metropolitan Traminji 

Company, 1 9 4 e 

Karly v, Golding, 1 1 j 4 </ 

East and Co., v. Metropolitan Railway, 12 

East and Owen 9. Metropolitan and St 

John*s Wood Railway. 15/5/ 

re Electric Lighting Company, 21 7* 11 « 

Elliott V. Manisty. 26 / 6 a 

Elwes V, Payne. 17 j 4 rf 

re Emily, \4j 6 d 

Epping Forest Arbitration— Paul's Oik, 

19a 9c 

Gellatley*s and Borwick's Cases, 19 a9e 

Evans v. Morganwg, 6a4 f 

Fairlie v. Boosey, 30 / 4 a 

Fazakerly v. BickforJ, Smlik & Co., 11 a 

lie 

Fish V. Jones, 14 j 6 c 

Frankland v. North Eastern Railway, 28/ 

Fre«rh v. Smith, 14 / 6 rf 

re FuUsger, 14 a 12 a 

re Furness Iron and Steel Cempany, 4 « lOs 

— re Gait:ia de la Palmira, 30 j 5 c 

Gay w. Hawker, 8 / 4 « 

Gelgot V. Beit, 24 j 5 e— 31 / 5 e 

Notes on. 25> 1 1 / 

re Genei-al Investment Compaay, 21 / 11 • 

re General Works Company — Gilt s Csse, 

1 a4a 

Gibliu 1;. Brown, 11 a 11 e 

Gil:>ert v. Comedy Opera Company, 2 « 4 c 

Gilbert son t;. Fergusson, ojBd 

Gillespie and another v. City of Glasgowsod 

others, 2i 6 b 

— Glynrhonwy Slate Company r. Wharton, I « 
4a 

re Gold Company. 4 a 4 6 

re Government Security Fire Insurance 

Company — White's Case, 30/4 a 
Gower r. Williams, 38/11/ 

Greaves r. Combe and Co., 24 ; 12 a 

Green and Wife v. London and Xorth 

Western Railway, 18> 4/ 

V, Oampton and another, 25 / 4 c 

V. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 4c 



11 c 



Griffin v. Colonial Assurance Company, It 
a 4 € 

— re Griffith— Carr r. Griffith, 18/4 b 

— C ubb V. Lomlon and North Wertern Rsiliriy 
2Sj 4 d 

— Gutteridge v, Hallett, 28/ 4 e 

— Hale Macdonald War Rockes Company v. 
Williams and Sons and another, 17 j ^d 

— Hambrook v. London Tramway Compsa/, 
16 /4« 

— ex pm-te Harding v. Smith, Heming & Co*»9 
a4 a 

— Harle v. Richardson, 14/ 6/ 

— Harris v, Fleming and others, 6 a 3 r 
and others v. l^ndon and South Western 



Railway, \j 4 s— 2/ ej—2%j 4 s— 11 o 11 c 
— Hastiigs V. Lancashire and Yorkshire snd 
London and North Western Railway, 4 a 11 ' 



>. 50, IS7D.] PALlIEH's IltDKX TO " THK TIMBB " MKWSrArBR. 



AMI Aetlona (rvntunnQ. 

Ha.'nea i>. LoDdtm Oeneial Omnibiu Com- 

INUur, ?9> i a 

Keinrath r, Forber uid ■norhuT, 18 i 4 t — 

H'cfa 0, Parringlon, 19 i 13 c 

Holdea o. HoWn.. 1 7 M < < 

Hole V. Bniilbui;. Sll i' 4 t 

^ Holtand Wif«v. Luiidon »ndNortl>W«i(trrn 
lUitwaj. I6u i'J& /-> 

— Hould."orLho.aty of (Hugo* PmA, 7j 
13/ ':Ji 

Uoiueli