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ALB

INDEX.

AUS

  • Albert, Prince, continued—
    • marriage, 61.
    • pecedence, 62.
    • accident, 65.
    • anti-slave trade meeting, 67.
    • Regent; 71.
    • freedom of City of London, 74.
    • Privy Councillor 74.
    • Orphan Asylum, 88.
    • Colonel of Artillery Company, 143.
    • musical rehearsal, 143.
    • death of father, 149.
    • visits Saxe Coburg Gotha, 132.
    • birthday celebration, 181.
    • Flemish Farm case, 191.
    • vists Liverpool, 203.
    • Chancellor of University, 215, 220, 300.
    • gift to Mendelsohn, 216.
    • procecdings against Strange, 203.
    • propsed Exhibition of Works of all Nations, 279.
    • declines to be Commander-in-Chief, 200.
    • on Sir R. Peel, 312.
    • visits Cambridge, 304.
    • on the Queen's Government, 438.
    • Manchester Art Exhibition, 464, 484.
    • opens Saltash bridge, 542.
    • Liverpool Sailors’ Home, 573 .
    • illness, 616.
    • death 617.
    • religious services, 618.
    • funeral, 618.
    • memorials, 619, 621.
    • cairn at Balmoral, 631, 634.
    • body removed to mausoleum, 636.
    • memorials, Hyde Park, 647.
    • Exhibition, 651.
    • Aberdeen, 659.
    • Perth, 631.
    • Rosenau, 716.
    • "Albert memorial," 728.
    • York memorial window, 730.
    • Wolverhampton, 750.
    • Hall of Arts and Sciences, 77.
    • Beflast, 903
    • Guildhall, 930.
    • remains removed, 850.
  • Aldborough arrests, 528.
  • Aldershot accident, 876.
  • Aleppo massacre, 311.
  • Alexandra, seizure of, 645, 632, 650.
  • Alfred, Prince—
    • allowance to, 727.
    • Master of Trinity House, 730.
  • Alfred the Great, anniversary, 285.
  • Algeria, Frenchin, 7.
    • French outrage in, 177.
    • (see also Abd-el-Kader.)
  • Alhambra licence refused. 934.
  • Alice, Princess, married, 627.
  • Ali Morad case, 320.
  • Alpine Accidents—
    • Chester, 885.
    • Elliot, Rev. J. 881.
    • Matterhorn, 710.
    • M'Corkindale and others, 946.
    • Mrs Morke, 935.
    • Rochester and others, 581.
  • Amateur Dramatic Company, 182.
  • Ambassadors withdrawn, 757.
  • Amberley, Lady, lectures, 920.
  • Adams, Americun minister retires, 813.
  • America (see Canada and United States.)
  • Anchor trial, 357.
  • Anderson slave Case, 592.
  • Andover union inquiry, 182, 207.
  • Andrea, Cardinal, 801.
  • "Angel Gabriel" riots, 456.
  • "Antigone" performed, 166.
  • Antiquarian Society anniversary, 323.
  • Anti-state Church Conference, 134.
  • Antwerp fortified, 536.
  • Arbuthnot abduction, 412, 529.
  • Archæaeological Institute Meetings—

1844 Canterbury 1845 Winchester. 1846 York. 1847 Norwich. 1848 Lincoln. 1849 Salisbury. 1850 Oxford. 1851 Bristol 1852 Newcastle. 1853 Chichester. 1854 Cambrioge. 1855 Shrewsbury. 1856 Edinburgh, 1858 Bath 1859 Carlisle. 1860 Gloucester. 1861 Peterboro’. 1862 Worcester. 1863 Rochester. 1864 Warwick. 1865 Dorchester. 1866 London. 1867 Kingston- upon-Hull 1868 Lancaster. 1869 Bury St.Edmunds. 1870 Leicester

  • Arctic discovery—
    • Buck's vovage, 6.
  • Ross, 81, 103.
    • vessels abandoned, 420.
    • Dr. Rae, 420, 424, 403.
    • Dr. Hull, 886.
    • (see Franklin expedition.)
  • Arenberg, Prince Louts of, assinated, 916.
  • Argentine Confederation, 382.
    • treaty, 375
    • Wars, 558, 681, 699, 702, 715.
  • Argyll, Dukke of—
    • and Dr. Trower, 267.
    • on American war, 613.
    • "personal rating," 821.
    • Arkadi captured, 787.
  • Arkansas outrage, 18,
  • Arkwright, Richard, will, 135.
  • Armstrong gun, 300' 335.
  • Armstrong, of Sorbietrees shot, 324.
  • Army brevet, 211
  • Army clothing, 454
  • Army Commission traffc, 530.
  • Army pay income. 781.
  • Arndt centenary, 86,
  • Arnold, M., on Celticism, 73
  • Art catalogue, 776.
  • "Artemus Ward," in Loudon, 758.
  • Arthur, Prince, 830, 866.
    • in Ireland, 870, 871, 872.
    • sails for Canada, 883.
    • at New York, 992.
  • Ascension, slavery abolished, 887.
  • Ascot races, 156.
  • Ashantee diaster, 667, 675.
  • Ashburton, Lord, 98.
  • Ashley, J. J., thefts, 129.
  • Ashley, Lord—
    • Factory inguiry, 73.
    • Education, 129.
    • Factory bill, 200, 295.
    • subdivision of parishes, 272.
    • lodging houses, 329.
    • (see Shaftsbury, Earl of).
  • Association Meetings
  • (Archaeological Association.)

1844 Canterbury. 1845 Winchester. 1846 Gloucester. 1847 Warwick. 1848 Worcester. 1849 Chester. 1850 Manchester. 1851 Derby 1853 Rochester. 1854 Chepstow. 1855 Newport. 1858 Salisbury. 1850 Newbury. 1860 Shrewsbury 1861 Exeter. 1862 Leicester. 1864 Ipswich. 1865 Durham. 1858 Cirencester. 1869 St. Albans. 1870 Hereford.

(British.)

Places. Presidents. 1837 Liverpool Earl of Builington. 1838 Newcastle Duke of Northumberiand. 1839 Birmingham Rev.Vernon Harcourt. 1840 Glasgow Marquis of Breadallane. 1841 Plymouth Prof. Whewell. 1842 Manchester Lord F. Egerton, 1843 Cork Earl of Rosse. 1844 York Dean of Ely. 1845 Cambridge Sir J. Herschel 1846 Southampton Sir K. J. Murchison. 1847 Oxford Sir R. H. Inglis. 1848 Swansea Marquis of Northampton. 1849 Birmingham Rev.T. R. Robinson. 1850 Edinburgh Sir D. Brewster. 1851 Ipswich Professor Airy. 1852 Belfast Colonel Sabine. 1853 Hull Wm. Hopkins. 1854 Liverpool Yarlof Harrowby 1855 Glasgow Duke of Argyll 1856 Cheltenham Dr. C. G. B. Daubeney. 1857 Dublin Dr Lloyd. 1858 Leeds Professor Owen. 1859 Aberdeen Prince Albert. 1860 Oxford Lord Wrottesley. 1861 Manchester Wm. Fairbairn. 1862 Cambridge Professor Willis. 1863 Newcastle Sir W . Armstrong 1864 Bath Sir Charles Lyell. 1865 Birmingham Prof. Phillips. 1866 Nottingham W. A. Grove. 1867 Dundee Duke of Buccleuch. 1868 Norwich J. D. Hooker. 1869 Exeter G. Stokes. 1870 Liverpool Prof. Huxley. 1871 Edinburgh Sir W. Thomson.

(Soctal Science.) 1857 Birmingham 1858 Liverpool 1859 Bradford 1860 Glasgow 1861 Dublin 1862 London 1863 Edinburgh. 1864 York. 1865 Sheffield. 1866 Manchester. 1867 Belfast. 1868 Birmingham. 1869 Bristol. 1870 Newcastle

  • Assurance frauds, 867.
  • Asylum, South 868.
  • Atheist witness, 111.
  • Atlantic cable banquet, 754.
    • steaming, 860.
  • Atlas ironworks, fall of, 435.
  • Atmospheric railway, 70.
  • Atonement controversy, 175,
  • Atrato in quarantine, 758,
  • Atwood, Spooner & Co., failure, 696.
  • Auckland, Lord (see Afghan war).
  • Auckland outbreak, 655.
  • Audubon, naturalist, 137.
  • Australia—
    • rejoicings at Melbourne, 44.
    • Sturt’s expedition, 181.
    • Colonies Bill, 299
    • gold discovery, 320, 327.
    • gold arrivals, 335, 345, 352, 354, 361, 367,374
    • first Parliament, 472.
    • convicts withdrawn, 691.
    • Church grants abolished, 833.
  • Australian exploration—
    • Leichardt, 160, 244.
    • Gregory, 206, 471.
    • Burke, and Wills, 582.
  • Austria—
    • Emperor crowned at Milan, 24.
    • Cracow annexed, 210.
    • disturbance in Milan, 223.
    • Italian rising, 232.
    • (see Italian war.)
    • outbreak in Vienna, 247.
    • Emperor, "King of Poland," 242
    • release of prisoners, 243.
    • country in arms against, 243.
    • flight of Metternich, 246.
    • new Constitution, 247.
    • success at Verona, 248.
    • flight of Emperor, 249.
(990)