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prorogued by Commission on the 7th tropolis, and table of Meteorology, 279;
August, Speech of the Lords Commis- revised returns of Census of 1861,
280 ; Colonial Census, 1860-1, 283 ;
PARLIAMENT. - New members returned to University Honours-Oxford, 285;
Parliament during the year, 420. Cambridge, 288.
Peabody, Mr. George.- His munificent QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY.—The Prince
gift of 150,0001. to the metropolis, 40. of Wales' tour in the East, 105; mar.
PORTUGAL--Dom Luis I. proclaimed King riage of H.R.H. the Princess Alice and
of Portugal ; his speech to the Cham- Prince Louis of Hesse, 134; removal
of the remains of H.R. H. the Prince
PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. - Civil Consort to the mausoleum of Progmore,
Service, 425 ; Ecclesiastical Prefer- 201 ; A MEMOIR of H.R. H. the PKINCE
ments, 434 ; Collegiate and Scholastic CONSORT, 482.
Racing Meetings. -Epsom, 102; Ascot,
PRUSSIA.—Opening of the Session of the
Prussian Chambers, Royal speech, Railway Accidents.- Various accidents-
(205); question of the Constitution of on the Portadown, Dungannon, and
Hesse Cassel, ; dissolution of the Armagh Line ; on the North-West-
Chambers, change of Ministry,  ; ern, near Wolverton ; on the Scot-
the military Budget,  ; meeting tish, North-Eastern,Brechin branch; on
of the new Chambers, speech of the the Maryport and Whitebaven ; on the
President of the Council of Ministers, South-Eastern, near Gravesend, 59;
 ; reply of the King to an address near the Lydney Station of the South-
from the Chamber of Deputies,  ; Wales Railway, 67; at the Maxton
change in the Cabinet, adverse vote of Station of the North British Railway,
the Chambers on the military Budget, 82; on the London, Chatham, and
; collisions between the two Dover Line, near Ospringe, and in the
Houses, dissolution of the Chambers, Chatham-bill Tunnel, 92 ; dreadful ac-
Royal message, .
cident on tbe Midland Railway at
Prince CONSORT, THE, A MEMOIR OF, 482. Market Harborough, 169 ; on the Elin-
Publio DOCUMENTS :Treaties. Treaty burgh and Glasgow Railway, near
8., Flying Mist, Campbell, 132 : de-
struction of valuable ships by fire, the
Indian Empire, Southern Cross, Lord
Royston, Hindoo; destruction by fire
of the steamship Golden Gate (upwards
of 200 lives lost), 154 ; sinking of the
iron ship Ganges in the Thames, 168 ;
during a storm in October, the Robert
and Margaret, Addison Potter, St.
Louis, Bencoolen, Hambourg, Hum-
boldt, 182 ; of the Colombo, East In-
dian mail steamer, 188; foundering of
the steamer Lifeguard during a storm
in December, 202.
STATE PAPERS.— Treaties. Treaty be-
tween her Majesty and the United
States of America for the suppression
of the African slave trade, 207 ; con-
vention between Her Majesty and the
Emperor of the French relative to joint-
stock companies, 214 ; convention be-
tween Her Majesty and the King of
Denmurk for the mutual surrender of
criminals, 215; treaty of commerce
between Her Majesty and the King of
the Belgians, 217.
State Papers.-Correspondence re-
specting the civil war in North America :
relative to the closing of Charleston
Harbour, 223; relative to the Declara-
tion of Paris as to privateering, 225;
despatch relative to the Proclamation
of Emancipation, 233 ; correspondence
relative to Mediation, 234 ; with Mr.
Mason respecting recognition of the
Confederate States, 237.
STATUTES, Table of, 25 & 26 Vict., 243.
STOCKS, PRICES OF, in each month in
1862, highest and lowest, 277.
TREATIES. - Treaty between Her Majesty
and the United States of America for
the suppression of the African slave
trade, 207 ; convention between Her
Majesty and the Emperor of the French
relative to joint-stock companies, 214 ;
convention between Her Majesty and
the King of Denmark for the mutual
surrender of criminals, 215; treaty
of commerce between Her Majesty and
the King of the Belgians, 217.
TRIALS AND Law CASES. Criminal
trials. — The City murder, trial of
Samuel Gardner for the murder of his
wife, 440 ; the Glasgow murder-trial
of Jessie McLachlan for the murder of
Jessie McPherson, 445 ; Catherine Wil-
son, the poisoner, the trial, conviction,
and execution, 453.
Civil cases.—The Roupell Forgeries
- Roupell and Others v. Waite ; trial
Trials and Law Cases-continued.
and conviction of William Roupell,
462 ; the Windham case — Inquiry
into the sanity of Mr. William Frede-
rick Windbam, of Felbrigg Hall, 472.
Trials and Law Cases-Criminal
cases.-Singular Bank.note forgery,
5 ; trial of Rebecca Law, for murder
of her husband and child, at Cla-
vering, 8; of William Charlton, for
the murder of Jane Emmerson, at
Durran-hill, 24; of the Robinsons and
Earl for the murder of a water-watcher
at Brocklewath, 27 ; the Threepwood
conspiracy, trial of John Dodd and
others for conspiracy against Mr. Be
wicke, 29 ; of John Gould for the murder
of his child at Windsor, 31 ; shocking
cruelty to a child, 32 ; of John Hall, for
the murder of Stephen Moulder, a game-
keeper at Ditchley, 33; of Henry
Quail and others for the murder of
John Wincott, at Marylebone, 34 ; of
Patrick Devereux for stabbing a lodging-
house keeper in the Ratcliff Highway,
dreadful scene in court, 37; great
jewel robbery in Cornhill, 38; of
Ishmael Jones for the murder of his
wife at Llanfair, 42; the Bilston
Savings Bank frauds, trial of the Rev.
H. S. Fletcher, 43 ; trade outrages at
Sheffield, 45; the Anglesea marder,
trial of Richard Rowland for the
murder of Richard Williams, 50; of
Richard Thorley for the murder of
Elizabeth Morrow at Derby, 51 ; nu-
merous trials for murder of sweet-
hearts at Launceston, Brighton, King-
ston, and Heddon, 52, 53; the Chi.
chester murder-trial of Cleary, a sol-
dier, for the murder of
54; the Everley murder, trial of John
Stocker for the murder of Ann Hill,
56 ; execution of Mary Reid for the
murder of Ann Hannab at Dumfries.
75 ; tbe Manchester tragedy, trial of
W. R. Taylor and his wife for the
murder of Mr. Mellon, death of their
three children, 93; the Ludgate-hill
tragedy, trial of Mrs. Vyse for the
murder of her two children, 96 ; trial
of Charles Tallbrook, for assaulting and
cutting his grandmother, superstition
in the nineteenth century, 113; of G.
J. Gilbert for the murder of Miss Hall
at Fordingbridge, 147 ; of John Flood
for the murder of John O'Dea, another
soldier at Brighton, 159 ; of John
Doidge for the murder of Roger Drew,
at Launceston, 161 ; of George Gardner
for the murder of Sarah Kirby at
Trials and Law Cases-continued. United States - continued.
Studley, 162 ; trial of Walter Moore ; dreadful defeat of the Federals at
for the murder of his wife at Colne, Fredericksburgh,  ; Mr. Jefferson
his strange suicide after conviction, Davies elected President of the Confede.
163; of Burke and others for the rate States ; his inaugural address,
murder of a policeman at Ashton-  ; Tax Bill passed by the Federal
under-Lyne, 168; of Robert Cooper gress ; issue of paper money. (228);
for the murder of Anne Jane Barham General Hunter's Order, abolishing
at Isleworth, 184 ; of a party of poach- slavery declared null, ; call for
ers for the murder of a gamekeeper at 60,000 fresh troops ; ferocity with
Roydon Hall, 194 ; of Ferdinando which the war was carried on, ;
Petrina for terrible murders at sea, compensation to States that should
198 ; of Thomas Edwards for the mur. abolish slavery; views of President
der of Isabella Tonge at Liverpool, Lincoln as to the objects of the struggle,
200; of Robert Morgan for the murder 231 ; his plan for eniigration of the
of Christopher Wickham at Bristol, blacks, ; message of President
Davies to the Confederate Congress,
Civil cases—The Smethurst Case, ; ; proposal by France for media-
probate of will of Miss Bankes, 73; tion ; despatches of M. Drouyn de
the Delapré Abbey Estate, the Bouverie Lbuys and Earl Russell on the subject,
 ; address of the State Governors
The “Garotte" Terrorism."-Numerous to President Lincoln, ; symptoms
savage assaults and robberies in the of a change of feeling in the North,
metropolis during the summer and au-  ; President Lincoln's message to
tumn, trial and severe sentences on Congress, 
some of the ruffians, 190.
Treaty between Her Majesty and the
UNITED STATES.- Continuance of the United States of America for the Sup-
civil war ; difficulty of obtaining ia. pression of the African Slave Trade,
formation from the Confederate States ; 207.
position of the armies at the com- State Papers. -Correspondence re-
mencement or the year,  ; Federal specting the civil war in North Ame-
successes in the West, ; capture rica:-relative to the closing of Charles.
of New Orleans by the Federals ; bat- ton Harbour, 223 ; relative to the
: tle of Pittsburgh Landing, ; skil. Declaration of Paris as to Privateering,
'ful retreat of General Beauregard from 225; despatch relative to the Pro-
Corinth, ; exploits of the Con- clamation of Emancipation, 233; cor-
federate iron-clad Virginia in Hamp- respondence relative to Mediation, 234;
ton Roads, ; the army of the with Mr. Mason respecting recognition
Potomac ; description of the theatre of of the Confederate States, 237.
war; the campaign in Virginia ; ad. Telegram announcing the release of
dress of General McClellan to his Messrs. Mason and Slidell, 6; the
army; transfers his force to York Pe- affair of the Nashville and the Tusca.
ninsula,  ; successes of the Con- rora, at Southampton, 6.
federates at White Oaks and on the UNIVERSITY HONOURS.–Oxford, 285 ;
Chickahominy; the Federals retire to Cambridge, 288.
Harrison's Landing, ; irruption Weather, the. –Of the winter quarter,
of “Stonewall” Jackson from the 62 ; of the spring quarter, 129; of
Shenandoah Valley ; McDowell recalled the summer quarter, 173; of the
to the defence of Washington,  ; autumn quarter, 204 ; storms and
disastrous condition of General McClel- wrecks in January, 18; in February,
lan's army, which is withdrawn by 32 ; in March, 61; violent thunder-
sea,  ; advance of General Pope ; storms in May, 91 ; destructive storm
he is driven to a disastrous retreat ; in Wiltshire, in September, 170; great
invasion of Maryland by the Confede- storms by land and sea in October,
rates ; after desperate fighting they 182 ; great storm in December-wreck
are compelled to recross the Potomac, of the steamer Lifeguard, 202.
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