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“ still alone," 193.—Apn'l.- Bombardment of Sonderborg, 225. The Conference, 225. Denmark and the Dnchies, 258. German and Dane, 274.—May : Danish alternatives, 806. The Danish Question, 322. The great Powers and the Diet, 837. The rival Universities, 839.—June: The Danish difficulty, 369. Denmark and the Conference, 886—July: Any stick to beat the dog, 417. The upshot of the Conference, 419. Dynastic policy in Denmark, 450. Bismark, 465. The Prussiaus in Jul.land, 466. “Of Bismark and the North." 484.— August: The partition of Denmark, 497. Aims and schemes of Prussia, 6l-4.—-S2ptamber: A romance in politics, 578.—Novcmbcr: Germany and the Duehies, 723. Slesvig and Holstein, “(L—December.- Bismark and the Duchics, 771.
Aberdeen act, Repeal of the, 486. Admiralty, New lights at the, 435. Admiralty, a flapper for the, 596. Admiralty eccentricities, 756. Admiralty sagacity, 787. Aldershott inquiry, the, 4, 20, 86, 52. American guns and armour-clad ships, 20. Anonymous voting once the custom in England, 772. Apologue, an, by the late Thomas Lovell Beddocs, 648. Attorney-General, the, and the Oxford declaration, 212. Bell-tolling, 756. Bishop, the, and the Dean, 629. Black and white, 7217. Black skins versus red coats, 116. Brazil and the slave trade, 452, 453. Brighton election, 1512. Cabbage, 596. Canadian federation, 692. Can directors do no wrong? 988. Canon M‘Neile and the church of England and Ireland, 168. Canon \Vordsworth and Dean Stanley, 4. Cape Town, Tactics of the, 452. Carbine, the breech-loading, 373. Church, the established, 692. Civil war and civil law, 725. Clergy and laity, 531,547. Confederate breech-loaders, 563. Construction of railway carriages, 452. Cupid, Death, and Psyche, 643. Deaf, Registry of the hem, 889. Denison, Archdeacon, the tactics of, 148. Disraeli, Mr, at Oxford, 772. Ecclesiastical delays, 4. Ecclesiastical obligations, 468. Electors, the age of, 724. Emperor’s welcome, an,420. ‘ Essnvs and Rcviews‘ judgment, 116. Fair-play, 644. Fontenoy, Battle
of, 245. France, the election machinery of, 212. Francthalian convention, 660. French freetraders, 84. Furious driving, 757. Galwav contract, the, 179. Germany, war with, 356. Greeks, the, at sea, 548. Gun question, glozing over the, 100. Gun complaint, the chronic great, 484. Gun duel, great, 245. Historical criticism, 660. Historical parallel ('Mcxico), 808. Horse, the, and his parasite, 468. sewing Jowett, 292. Judicial committee of Privy Council, the, 84. Dr Pusey‘s crusade against it, 595. Judicial mockeries, 581. Just request, a, 420. Kin ley, Mr, and Dr Newman, 324, 340, 857, 378. ndor, Walter Savage, 643. Law of honour, the, 820. Longley, Archbishop, on the Decalogue, 788. Manchester and the public works act, 740, 756. Metropolitan of Cape Town and Bishop Colenso, 52. Mexico, news from, 212, 227, 245, 260, 3-24, 3.57, 912,404, 45-2. 500, 707. 739, 772. Mexico, the finances of, 292. Military armament, the proposed change in, 500. Mirror for magistrates, another, 858. Miillcr, Franz, 707. New Zealand, the battle in, 147. Not too distinct, 4'20. Obedient servants to command, 581. Opera company, an English, 659. O Lud! 292. Ordnance conjurors, 548. Our 68-pounder pea-shooters, 68. Oxford meeting, the, on the Williams-Wilson judgment, 147. Pan! pan! 592. “Pantonian” case, the,484. Parallel, a, 532. Paternity of amaxim, 708, 720. Petty larceny at the French post-otfice, 581. Persigny—Frank and free, 580. Police, 757. Poor education, 660. Prince and Princess, the hunted, 596. Privy Council 'udgment, ‘Quarterly Review ’ on, 275. Protestant liberty in England and France, 164. Pusey—Denison declaration, the,164. Pusey, Dr, aquestion for, 675. Pusey, Dr, and the Oxford declaration, 180. Pusey's, Dr, letter to the 'Record,’ 182. Redemption of Indian land-tax, Reform in the county courts, 98. Relative powers of England and Germany, 840. Retort of dishonesty, the, 612. Rogers's breech-loading, for the army, 468. Safety for small investments, 196. St Paul‘s cathedral and the Whitefriara gas works, 148. Scurrilitv, the retort of, 820. Sensationalpartridge-shooting, 872. Sensation murders, 612. Sensationalists, petition to the, 452. Ships and guns, 628. Small note, a, on a great subject, 196. Society for the protection of women, 676. Theologians, the morality of, 694. Threatened visit, a, 484. Theological controversy, fairness in, 62S. Toleration, High-church, 580. Veteran, n, 359.
Virgin science, 485. Volunteer review, the, 500.l
\Vas Tartuffe impossible? 692. Weight of medical evidence in cases of insanity, 69. \Vhately, Archbishop, 629, 675. “‘orth and intelligence, 564. Yelverton case, the, 484.
Barnwell on Towulcy, 861. Bonnie Dundee, 628. Both‘s best, 615. Cambridge prize poem; Denmark, 106. Courtesies exchanged at the gate of Trinity college, Cambridge, 8. Directions for making Parliamentary fireworks ((7 la Disraeli), 178. Disraeli’s nine points of the law, 788. Episode, on the Danish conference. 84H. Form and substance, 601. Hamlet in the Foreign Office on the Danish question, 420. How to make a novel, 279. Irrnption of tho Fenians, 148. Puseyiam, 629. Reductio ad absurdum, the, 659. Theatrical reflections, 717. Three hours in torment, 930. To Alfred Tennyson, 584.
‘Hnnting Towers,’ 136, 180. Chambers, William,
Garnosan, James, ‘ Richard III. and Henry VIL,‘ 53.
Elton, John, ‘England among the Nations,’ 927.
PAGE, David, ‘Physical Geography,’ 614. Palliser,
Vance, Alexander, ‘Harmonized Old Testament, 1017. Vignc, G. F., ‘Mcxico and South America, 23.
constabulary, 18-1. The Kt-arsargc, 184, 264.-—April= Denmark and Germany, 231, 218. Regina professorship of Greek at Oxford, 248, 281. Gear e Ildll‘s respite, 249. Departure of Garibahi; Sentence of death; Land transfer set, 268. The Tuscaloosa; Burial of the dead in India, 281. Law of debtor and creditor. 800. Denmark. 316, 348. Greek professorship bill, 348.—-Ju11e: Public schools; New Zealand; Penal servitude; Mortgage debentures, 361. Public schools bill, 877. Denmark and Germsnv, 377, 396. County courts‘ amendment bill, 396. Royal academy, 412.-—July: The conference; Brazil slave trade; Agrarian oatrages, 4-25. The burial services, 457. Spanish slave trade, 476. The Slcsvig treaties; New Zt-aland guarantee; Foreign affairs; Poor relief ; l’rorogation, 489.
Countess. —- Febmary: The address; Colonel Crowley, 92. The Slesvig-Holstein question, 195, 137. Insane prisoners; Railway schemes; Japan, 105. Copyright, 123. Chain Cable and Auction Bills, 123. Brazil; Real servitude acts; The navy and army estimates, 124. Naval yards, public executions; ironclad vessels; Malt for cattle; Education in Scotland; Denmark, 137. Ionian Islands; Our naval weakness; Navy estimates; New Zealand loan; The slave trade, 138.— Afort-It: Navy estimates; Mazzini; Civil Service estimates ; Reduction of military forces; Inspectors of constnbulary; Armyestimates; Captain Speke;
American violation of neutrality, 156. Denmark; Government annuities bill ; Railway schemes; The Crowley court-martial; School grants; Weights and measures, 166. Harbours of refuge. 170. Japan; American neutrality, 181; Colonel Craw
Lonn.=.—Fe5ruary .- Debate an the ad dress; Projected railways; Ecclesiastical commis—l, sion, 92. The Slcsvig-llolstein question, 105, 137. ' The American question, 105, 123. Metropolitan;
155. Denmark, 168, 184. The Crowley case; Irish ,
ley; Government annuities; IlIr Stansfeld and M. Mazzini,185.—April: Denmark and Germany, 234, 250. Navy estimates; The nvnos'r, 234. Army estimates; County franchise bill; Sugar duties. 250. Mr Lowe’s explanation; Penal servitudes’ amendment bill; Our policy in Denmark; Garihaldi,268. Garibaldi meeting on Primrose hill; Partnerships bill; Irish Court of Chancery; War in New Zealand; Ilarbours of refuge; Church rates commutation bill; Bank notes (Scotland) bill; The Tuscaloosa, 281. Channel squadron; Sugar duties; Navy estimates; Capital punishment; Street music; Insolvent debtors; Army estimates, 300; Denmark; Borough franchise bill; Inspection of schools, 616. China, 333. State of Jutland; The Ionian Islands; America, 348.— June; Steam rams; Spirit duties; Chincha lslands;Sonthern independence, 1164. Tests abolition (Oxford) bill; Endowed schools, 365. The conference; Indian officers; New National Gallery; Foreign duties on British vessels; Agricultural statistics; Intoxicating liquors bill, 377. Dublin improvement, 378. National Gallery; Indian claims; New Zealand loan; Factory act of expatrsion; The Danish Conference; Irish education; Armstrong guns; Charity Commiioners, 397. Debate on the Conference; Irish emigration; The
music; Naval architecture; Public education: Penal servitude, 426. The game laws; Brazil and the Slave trade; Murder of Mr Briggs; Uniformity act amendment,457. New Zealand, 45s. Brazil; \Vest coast of Africa; Paper manufacture; Ships of war; The Indian budget, 476. Indian medical service, 477. The Serpentine; The American war; Fortifications bill; Indian medical service bill; Mutual surrender of criminals; Committee of council on education; Mr G. O'Muller Irwin; Mexico; Emigration to the United States; Prorogation, 490. The ballot 542, 570.
SHAKESPEARE Tsacssraréanr. -- January: Mr Thackeray and the celebration, 30.—April: ‘ Punch ’ thereon, 209.—June: The monument. committee, 697.
Socrnrins. -- A thopological, 26s. Ethnological, 108, 413. Ge graphical, 283, 319. Archaeological institute, 475.
Vor.uxrsnns.—Junc: The Volunteer review, 361.
Confederate congress of the war, 204.-—April : 217, i
228, 280—5111;}.- 298, 313, 332. Battles in Virginia, 8-72,» 345. Retreat of General Lee, 345.—June: Movements in Virginia, 362, 878, 396. Engagement of the Alabama and the Kearsarge, 409,—.111111: Progress of Grant, 428, 444, 462, 473. Federal repulse at Petersburg, 428. The Alabama and the Kmrmrge, 429. Invasion of Maryland, 493.—August: A peace correspondence; the war in Georgia, 505, 524, 540.. The war in Virginia. 524, 540, 550. A110ther raid in Pennsylvania; Re-iuvasiou of Maryland; Attack on Mobile. 540. Capture of the Georgia, 556,—Septembcr: An interview with Presidtnt Davis, 569. The operations at Mobile, 572. The TaHahaase, 572. Military operations, 577, 589. The Chicago convention; Governor Seymour’s speech; 'l‘he'platform; Nomination ofM'Clellsn; Surrender of Fort Morgan; The battle in Mobile Bay, 604. The fall of Atlanta; Speech of Mr Seward, 617. General M’Clellan's acceptance of his nomination, 618.-—0ctobcr: The Lincoln platform; Speech of Mr Seward; The war in Shenandoah valley, 633. The battle at Fisher‘s hill; Affairs at Petersburg, 649. Captain Semmes again afloat, 660. But.tlcs in Northern Virginia, 665, 684, 695. The American debt; 'Ihe Presidential election, 695. Notvmbcr: Defeat. of Lougstreet; The war in the
The Confederate, I
Dssuanit ann GBh!ANY.—Jamtary: Speech of King Christian to his Chamber; the Danish protest; the Federal execution; Correspondence botweenthe Duke of Augustenburg and Louis Napoleon, 12. The King of Prussia‘s reply to the Address of the Chamber, 13. The German Intervention, 28. French circular to the German States; the Conference proposed by England; Progress of the dispute, 42; Austrian and Prussian summons; Proceedings of the Rigsdag; Advance of Austrian and Prussian troops into Siesvig; Resolution of tho Wurtembcrg Chambers; Baden and the Congress; Debate in the Volksthing; the aspect of Slesvig; Earl Russell‘s despatch to the Federal diet, 57. Preparations for war; the defensive forces of Denmark, Austrian and Prussian plans, 76. szmary: Invasion of Slesvig; Battle before Hissunde; Attack on Buatort' by the Austrians; Convocation of the Rigsraad; the Austro-Prussian ultimatum; Policy of the Danish Government; Swedish sympathy with Denmark, 90; Evacuation of S'esvig and re'reat of the Danes; the Treaty of 1852 ; Austrian and Prussian views, 104. The Austrian Reichsrath ; the Emperor's speech; the German Diet; Hcsse-Darmstadt, 116. Progress of the war, 123, 138. Proposed Conference in London, 138. The German Conference, 140.-—.l[urc/1: Slesvig deputation to the Emperor of Austria, Galicia in a state of siege; the Federal Dir-t; the Islay and the Danish invasion, 148. Address of the Rigsraad to King Christian; Prussian and Austrian policy, 157. The Danish elections; Public meetings, 172. Progress of the war, 172, 201. A Danish ironclad under fire, 172. The invasion of Jutland; French notes on the Conference; the Danish elections, 188. Duke of Augustenburg‘s surrender of 1852; Close of the Rigsdag; the Conference; bombardment. of Diippel, 201; of Fredericia: Novel eflgfluymfiflt. 201—21th The Projected Conference; langhsh notes to the Germanic diet; the siege of Diippel;
Attack on Fredericia; Swedish and Norwegian
i sympathy, 218. Bombardmentot' Dilppcl ; the Con—
ference, 233, 252, 265. Capture of Diippel, 265, 283.
i Bombardment of Stinderborg, 265. The London
Conference, 282. King Christian‘s proclamation,
283.—-Ma_1/: The Conference, 297, 314, 333, 346.
Evacuation of Fredericia: Prussians in Jutland, 298.
Danish victory at sea; Truce with the allies, 313.
Prussian postage at Jutland, 332, 316. Bismark’s
despatch to liernsdorf, 346.-Junc: The Conference,
362, 380, 409. Declaration of the Danish Pleni—
potentiaries; the Germanic diet and the Danish
question; Duration of the armistice, 894.—Julg:
Opening of the Danish Rigsraad; Capture of Mean;
Blrckade of the German ports; Proceedings of the
allies, 428. The Conference, 429. Retreat of the
Danes; Circular despatch of Ilcrr vou Bismark;
the intentions of Prussia sud A11s1ria, 441. Resig
nation of the Danish Ministry; Probability of
Peace, 461. Military movements, 461, 473. Aus
trian and Prussian circular note, 475. The Danish
armistice. 474. The Vienna Conference ; the condi
tions of peace; Military riots in Rsndsburg, 492.—
l August : Peace negociations; the Federals in Hol—
; stem; Government of the Duchies; the Prussian
1 occupation of Rendsburg; the Gliicksberg faintly;
the minor States of Germany, 506. First of the Peace preliminaries; the protocol; address to Klng
v Christi-1n; his speech to the Rigsdag;-meeting_ at
Kiel; the great German Powers and the Duchics,
522; King Christian’s address to the army; the
Slesvig-Holstein complications,540. The armistice,
536.--Scpfe1nber: The Peace negociatlous, 570, 589,
618. The Dario-German controversy, 596. England,
Prussia, and Denmark, 620.—Octnber: More of
Bismurk's explanations, 628. The Peace negocia
, tions, 633, 695. The financial position of Denmark
, and the Duchies, 636. The Vienna Conference, 650,
in England, 745. Mr Lincoln's reelection speech;
761. The Indian medical service, 762.—Ilcccmbcr: Miscellaneous News, 811, 816.
Baum—May : Policy of the Italian government, 29$. The parliament, 614. The budget, 3-18. —July : Proceedings of the Italian parliament, 429. Popular education in Naples, eta—August: Brignndage in Tuscany, boa—September: Austria and Italy, 570. The French occupation of Rome, 620.—0rtnb¢r: The riots in Turin, 634. France and Rome, 636. Programme of the new ministry aml report of the late ministry, 6.30. The promised evacuation of Rome, 65:. The Franco-ltalian convention, Opening of the Chamber of Deputies: ministerial statement, 700. November: Discussion on the Franco-.Italian convention, 116. 731. Proceedings in Parliament, 731, 717. The rising in Venetia, 745. The transfer of the capital, 162.—Dccember : Proceedings of the Parliament, 795. The speech of General Cialdini, all. The Pope‘s Encyclical Letter, 84?.
.lluy: The Pope's allocution, 300.—July: Austrian cruelty to Polish prisoners, 420. August: The end of the insurrection, 52L— Suphui/ur: Russian humanity towards Polish ladies, .396.
109. William Dyce; Lady Koating; Baroness Aroma—Admiral Brasicr; MrA.W.Harnett; M.
Iiutlivcn; General Portlock ; Lucy Aikin, 125. Sir W. W. Drilling: Viscountcss Hereford; Mrs Cars leton; Sir Charles Wake, 140.