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Acuponrs, Adventures, OFFENCEs, &c.-Dense fog,
12. Narrow escape of Lord Adolphus, Fitzclarence;
smuggling; mysterious death; a good servant, 13.
Irish faction-fights, 13,221. Suicides, 13, 109, 125,
155, 172,188,221, 236,268,282,284,299, 316,347,
$48,381, 397, 413,444, 476, 524,525, 539, 556, 572,
589,603,604,652, 668,700, 701, 716, 717, 747, 796,
, 813,829, Murders, 13, 28, 29, 156, 172, 173,221,
236,284,300, 317 (Eliza Grimwood), 345, 347, 362,
379,394, 427,428,443, 444, 460,475,476, 509 525,
536,540, 556, 573, 587, 588, 589,619, 636,637,652,
685, 716, 717, 732, 748, 764,795, 811, 828, 829.
Drowning, 13,60, 140, 188,252,284,316,364, 460,
524, 540, 587, 600, 701, 715, 716, 717, 780, 796.
Miraculous escape of Lady Georgiana Fane, 28.
Death lights, 29. Fires, (the Royal Exchange) 27,
45, 60, (destruction of the Emperor of Russia's palace,
of the Italian Opera, Paris) 44, (at College wharf)45,
(at the Clarendon printing office, Oxford) 77,92, 105,
102, 121, 125, 156, (the Temple) 203, 237, 268,
317,329,460, 476,508, 536, 555,556, 573, 603,619,
620,621,652, (at Harrow) 683, 684, 717, 733, 812,
813,829. Imprisonment for debt, 45, 89, 219, 267,

, 283,332, 413, 538, 742. . Duels, 58, 73, 217, 283,

292,317, 348, 391, 392,393, 538 (Mirfin), 553 570,
572,584,585, 600, 610,637, 648, 696, 796. Steam
boat accidents, 60, 172, 187, 203, 220, 329, 377, 379,
393, 397, 413, 428, 443, 492, 514, 522, 524, 603,
610, 620, 675,829. Desperate assault by beggars;
death by burning charcoal, 60. Shipwrecks (the Kil-
, lamey steamer), 67, 75, 77, 91, 109, 141, 172, 221,
233,252,378, 556 (the Forfarshire), 586, 588, 601,
615,620,697 (the Northern Yacht), 700, 796. Mur-
derous duel between the speaker and one of the mem-
bets of the House of Representatives, Little Rock, Ar-
.kansas, U.S., 73,110. Mortality at Coventry; deaths
by the cold weather, 77. Anti-poor law riots, 88, 121,
#41, 763. An odd discovery; a baron in the work-
house, 92. Assault by the wife and daughter of a
county magistrate; gaol breaking; a robber shot; a
one from Hogarth, 109. Railway accidents, 124,
300, 444, 509, 525, 620, 636, 662, 700, 716, 732,
784,780,796. Death of one of the Bedouin Arabs
humagun-shot wound; death from scalding; from
what 135. The fate of Ravenswood, 140. A despe-
**pedient; disinterestedness; sudden death of a

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ment; misconduct in Kensington gardens; desperate
attempt to escape from Chatham hulks, 381. Accident
at the Windsor theatre, 397. Extraordinary case of
abduction; priestly barbarity, 413. Elopement, 424.
Sudden death at Hyde park fair; a brilliant accident,
428. Accidents at the review; bigamy extraordinary,
444. Death from Mrs Graham's balloon; a rich beggar,
460. House of Correction broken into, 476. Army
flogging; stabbing; most horrible death, 492. Selling
a child, 493. Assault by a Scotch peer; accident to
the Queen of Naples; extraordinary lunacy; accident
at the Royal Standard theatre; the schoolmaster in
trouble; omnibus practices, 508. Extraordinary
seizure; singular case; singular recovery of stolen
sovereigns; extraordinary occurrence at Streatham; a
strange verdict; poor law riots, 524. Gipsey plunder;
crime in Paris, 525. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius,
537. A rough petitioner; an uninvited wedding guest,
539. Miss Coutts Burdett and the Irish barrister,
567, 828. Daring and ingenious robbery; aeronautics,
585, 506, 652. Honesty rewarded,586. Frightful
occurrence in Aldgate church; a disgusting scene;
poisoning, 587. The Vice-Chancellor in danger, 603.
A Sunday scene in an English county; unpleasant
discovery; a young desperado; extraordinary scene;
charge of assault against a parson, 620. A child
killed by a cat, 621. Perilous situation of the Duchess
of Buccleugh, 635. A rich pauper; lost, and sound
again; disgusting parochial exhibition, 636. Alleged
ill treatment in a lunatic asylum, 668. A mad bullock

in St James's park; escape of a bear ; singular and dis-
astrous occurrence,684. Coal pit explosions, 699, 829.
Dreadful explosion in Belgium, 701. Forgeries; ex-
plosion of a powder, mill; unnatural conduct of a
parent,716. The “city police,” 733. Military outrage
at Chatham, 733, 765. Force of conscience; ancient
romantic catastrophe, 780. Torch-light meetings; 795,

Elliott the duellist; robbery of Mademoiselle Mars,

796. Conflict with poachers, 796,813, 827. The

lions of Drury Lane, 812. Escape of a convict; un-

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Å; #. the, and the citizens of London, 123.
And Mr O’Connell, 616, 695. Motion in the House
of Representatives respecting, 823.
Appointments and promotions, 41, 74, 89, 90, 98,
102, 106, 122. 123, 154, 171, 184, 185, 218,
248, 266, 281, 297, 298, 346, 361, 378, 392, 409,

411, 424, 425, 426, 428, 429, 442, 445, 457, 458,

460, 473, 474, 475, 476, 488, 489, 491, 493, 504,

509, 521, 526, 538, 551, 557, 569, 574, 590, 599,

604, 617,621, 633, 638,648, 653, 669,682, 685, 698,

701, 712, 718, 733,748,761, 765, 778, 781, 789, 797,

807, 825, 830. ---
Arrest on mesne process, abolition of,632.
Artists' Benevolent Fund, 314.

Barnes the pantaloon, death of, 633.
Bayaderes, arrival of in France, 504, 537, 538, 568. In
England, 632.
Belgians, King and Queen of, land at Ramsgate, 568.
Departure for Brussels, 599. , -
Birmingham Union and the Paris National Guard, 615.
Bland, Mrs, death of, 42. -
British and Foreign School Society, 298.
Association, 427, 491, 505, 534, 538, 549.
— Legion, 730.
Burdett, Sir Francis, his last appearance at the Crown
and Anchor, 331. - -
Bonaparte, Louis Napoleon, arrival of in England, 679.
Bonapartes, the, in France again, 74.
Buried city discovered in Peru, 139.

Canterbury, riot at (Sir W. Courtenay), 344, 346, 361,
#ia. 627, 755,803,819.

Capital punishments, 6. n y -

§ojo.o., 310,324, 340,
358, 373. -

Castlereagh, Lord, duel with Monsieur de Melcy,393,744
—See Grisi.

Chalmers, Dr, his lectures, *:::

Christening, at Stafford house, -

Church #. 41,298, 618, 681, 792, 809, 826.

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Fair in Hyde park, 408, 411.
Family, a respectable, 281.
Fever in the metropolis, 455.
Fine Arts.-Portrait of the Queen, model by Weigall;
Panorama of New Zealand, 6. The ages of femalé
beauty, 52. The British Institution, Śl, 102, 118,
374. Mr G. Hayter's Portrait of the Queen, 118.
The French annual exhibition, 154. Spanish, scenery,
180, Evidence relating to the art of engraving, 197,
214, 230. The National Gallery, 230, 3í1,333. På.
norama of Canton, 230. Letter of W. S., 261. Em-
losed, tableau, 262. Royal Academy Exhibition,
280. Portrait of Mrs Lister, 310. Report from the
select committee on arts, &c., 341, 516. "The Nelson
and Wellington monuments, 358,361. The Dioram.
and Colosseum, 358. Cartoons of Raphael, 389, 506.
Mr Landseer's letter, 452. School of Design, 489.
Mr Tully's portrait of the Queen, 549. Statue of Dr
Johnson, 567. The Royal Hunt, 597. Portraits, 632.
Statue of Watt, 665. Mr Wyon's city festival medal,
725. Battle of Drumclog, 823.
Fitzherbert, Mrs, account of her marriage, 457.
Foreigs INTELLIGENCE.-AMEacA—The slave question,
59, 105. The boundary question, 72, 153,61%. Dis-
Sussion in the House of Representatives relative to the
burning of the Caroline, 73. Abolition riot in Phila-
delphia, 376. Fate of the sub-treasury bill, 458.
The President's message, 809. Proceedings of Con-
gress, 823.
Belgiuxt-Proceedings in the Chamber, 122. Dis.
Pute with Holland, 726,771, 787—see Holland.
BRAzil—Insurrection at Bahia, 791.
CANADA—The revolt, 6, 11, 12, 23, 42, 43, 55, 137,
170, 183, 200, 216, 232, 391, 440, 458, 520, 550.
Lord Durham appointed Governor-General; Navy island
taken Possession of by the insurgents, 56, 58. Evacu-
ation of 71. 104,122. Seizure of the Caroline steam-
boat, 71, 104. Proceedings under martial law, 88.

Resignation of Sir Francis Head, 122. Farewell ad.
dress, 232,264. William Lyon Mackenzie's account

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