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ency^ Eedjib Pasha, the ices concerning the death

le, correspondent of the

nrspaper. He remained ) time, and made a report the subject of a debate in t on the last day but one sion in Aug., 1878. Mr. ras selected by her Ma- emment to be th6 English

the International Com-

the Bhodope, proceeded iU, and thence to Enos, irvulgera, and during a raversed the Bhodope , taking evidence of the e refugees and sufferings lometaii population.

Heby^ AuausTE Eti- BAN8, astronomer, was Saint Benoit du Sault ct. 5, 1814, and finished 3 at the ficole Polytech- le afterwards went to

and on returning to came, on the recommen- M. Arago, a pupil in the ry. He discovered, Nov.

new comet, to which his

assigned, and received ie prize from the Aca- ciences, to which learned L he submitted, in 1846, a ititled " La Parallaxe Le Anonyme de la Grande rhis was followed by a Aed " Sur im Nouveau ir Z^nithale et sur une nithale Nouvelle." He d a member of the sec- Utronomy in place of L)amoi8eau, Jan. 18, 1841 ; of the Bureau of Longi- rch 2G, 1862; and was with the Cross of the

Honour in 1843. In a appointed a member of Lai Council of Public In- a.nd was promoted to the )£Bcer of the Legion of M. Faye was Professor of it the :6cole Polytech- L 1848 to 1854, and in the r he was appointed £ec-

XJniversity Academy of

Nancy. He succeeded M. De- launay as Professor of Astronomy in the Polytechnic School in 1873. In addition to the works already mentioned, M. Faye is the author of "Sur TAnneau de Satume," published in 1848; "Sur les D6- cHnaisons Absolues," in 1850 ; and " Des Lecons de Cosmographie,'^ in 1852. M. Faye was appointed Director of the Paris Observatory in Jan., 1878.

FAYEEE, Sib Joseph, K.C.S.I., LL.D., M.D., F.E.S., second son of the late E. J. Fayrer, Esq., Com- mander E.N., by Agnes, dar^ter of W. Wilkinson, Esq., of West- moreland, was born at Plymouth, Dec. 6, 1824. He was brought up under private tuition in Scotland, and afterwards continued his studies in London, in Edinburgh, and on the Continent. He took the degree of M.D. in the University of Edinburgh, and became a Fel- low of the Eoyal College of Physi- cians of London, a Fellow of the Eoyal College of Surgeons of Lon- don and Edinburgh, and a Fellow of the Eoyal Societies of London and Edinburgh, entered the medi- cal service of the navy, and served in the military hospital of Palermo during the siege of that city (1847- 1848) ; and he was also present at the siege of Eome (1848). In 1849 he entered the medical service of the army. In 1850 he entered the Bengal Medical Service, from whidi he retired in 1874. He served throughout the Burmese war of 1852, and the Indian Mutiny of 1857; also at the defence of Lucknow, where he was Political Assistant and Eesidency Surgeon. For these services he received medals and clasps and the brevet rank of Surgeon. He was Profes- sor of Surgery in the Medical Col- lege of Bengal from 1859-1874; was Fellow, Member of Senate, and during two years President of the Medical Faculty of the Calcutta University ; and was successively Vice-President and President of

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