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THE

HOUSEHOLD NARRATIVE

OF

CURRENT EVENTS,

(FOR THE YEAR 1850,)

BEING

A MONTHLY SUPPLEMENT TO HOUSEHOLD WORDS,

CONDUCTED BY

CHARLES DICKENS.

LONDON:
OFFICE, 16, WELLINGTON STREET NORTH.

1850.

LONDON : BRADBURY AND EVANS, PRINTERS, WHITEFRIARS.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND SANITARY

education, Mr. Fox's bill for the promo- 145; position of literature in England,

tion of secular, 36, 77, 126; exhalations 123; Pusevite secessions, 193, 244 ; re-

PROGRESS.

from drains or graveyards, 178; expendi duction of government salaries, 98; re-

PARLIAMENT– Its opening by commission, ture, public, Mr. Cobden's motion on, form of the establishment, 244, 245 ;

27; the royal speech, 27.

54; expenditure, national, Mr. Drum Roman Catholic aggressions, Piedmont,

HOUSE OF LORDS-Debate on the, and mond's motion on, 55; extramural inter 170; Thurles, 171, 193; cardinal Wise-

amendment, address, 28; accommoda ments bill, 105; factories amendment man and the new hierarchy, 241; Sunday

tion for foreign ministers, 147 ; agricul act, 55, 126, 127, friendly societies bill, post, 121; university commission, 118,

tural distress, 100; Australian colonies 128 ; Greece, our relations with, 31, 53, 142, 167, 214, 239.

bill, 123, 124; steam communication 106, 128, 148, 149, 150 ; park encroach- Acts of Parliament, Provisions of recent-
with, 173; breach of privilege, 148, 174; ments, 58; highways' management bill, county courts extension, 231; friendly
Cambridge annuity, 148, 174; chancery 34, 56; Hungary, affairs of, 32; immi societies, 204 ; metropolitan interments,
reform, 53, 124 ; civil list savings, 148, gration of Africans into the West India 186; pluralities amendment, 232; new
173; clergy appeal bill, 74, 123 ; clergy colonies, 178; importation of foreign stamp act, 231.
proceedings bill, 28; convicts prisons corn, 106; India, growth of cotton in, Addiscombe, 274.
bill, 52, 74; convict transportation, 28; 27; railways, 127; Ionian Islands (Sir Albert, Prince, distribution of prizes by,
county courts extension, 148, 173; Cuban H. Ward's proceedings in), 178.

274.

expedition, 124; death of the Duke of IRELAND)-Abolition of the Irish vice-Anniversary of Twelfth July, at Belfast, 159.

Cambridge, 148; death of Sir R. Peel, royalty, 106, 126, 127; chancery, 34; Association for improving the social moral

147; Dolly's Brae collision, 29; door crime and outrage act continuance, 176, religion of labourers, at Windsor, 256.

keepers' fees, 74, 173; ecclesiastical 177, 178; distressed union advances bill, Ball, to the inmates of St. Luke's asylum,

commission, 28, 30, 173; expenditure of 34, 101, 104: encumbered estates bill, 232.

public money for education, 147; fac 178: fisheries bill, 105; franchise exten- Bread Riots at Limerick, 37.

tories bill, 148; French ambassador's sion, 52, 104, 105, 176; improvement of Britannia Bridge opened, 65.

recall, 101; general board of health bill, I towns, 129; Kilrush union, state of, 54; British Association for the advancement of

148; Greece, our relations with, 28, 52, landlords and tenants bill, 153, 176:1 science, annual meeting, 186.

101, 124; inspection of coal mines, 148 ; landlords and tenants bill (No. 2.), 177, Canal Locks superseded, 215.

Irish encumbered estates amendment 178; medical charities, 154 ; poor law, Carshalton School investigations, 233;
act, 124, 125; landlord and tenant's bill, 126, 154; juvenile offenders' bill, 78; 1 correspondence, 257.
148 ; parliamentary franchise, 123, 147, larceny summary jurisdiction bill, 57, Cash Credits, discussion on the adoption of
148, 173; party processions, 51; poor 77, 129; malt tax repeal, 151; Manches the Scotch system, 14.
law, 28, 30; its abuses, 75; Marlborough ter rectory divisions bill, 105; marriage Cattle-show of Smithfield club, 269.

house, 172; marriages bill, 148; perse bill, 33, 36, 53, 106, 127, 152; mercantile Charity, munificente of Miss Howard, 231.

cution of protestant members in Ireland, marine bill, 78, 151 ; metropolitan inter- Coldstream Guards banquet, 114.

174; pirates' head-money repeal bill, 74; ments, 78, 125, 126, 127 ; national land Colonisation and Emigration-Canterbury

railway andit bin, 28; registrarship of scheme, 53, 176 ; new house of commons, association, 88, 183; Mrs. Chisholm's

the prerogative court, Canterbury, 100 101, 125, 126; oath of abjuration, 153; family group scheme, 18, 116, 140, 165,

special pleadings, better regulation of, parliamentary voters, 36; public libra 235; emigration to Natal, N8; female

74; Sunday labour in the post office, 125, ries and museums, 55, 75, 127 ; railway emigration, Mr. Sidney Herbert's, 88,

174; university reform, 100; universities, accidents, 129; recal of the French am 116, 140, 188, 235, 260; Irish emigration

commission of enquiry, 124; prorogation, bassador, 106; registrar's office in bank to America, 89, 235, 260.

174.

ruptcy bill, 31; registrarship of the Common Law commissioners' labours, 256.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-debateon the address, prerogative court, Canterbury, 102; Conciliation Hall, closing of, 156.

and amendment, 30; abolition of the motion for the repeal of the window tax, Cotton, Manchester chamber of commerce

punishment of death, 152; affirmation 75; advertisement duty, 105; taxes on enquiry in India, 256.

bill, 78 ; African blockade, 56; agricul. knowledge, 76; duty on home-made Dolly's Brae affair, memorial of the Ulster

tural distress, 35; abolition of attorney's spirits in bond, 127, 151; review of the Roman Catholics, 6; the debate on, 29.

certificate tax, 104, 152, 153, 154; Aus sessions, 178; revision of government Drawing Rooms of the season, 138. ,

tralian colonies bill, 34, 57, 77, 101, 104, salaries, 103 ; Rothschild (Baron), case EDUCATION-British and Foreign school

106, 176; steam communication with, I of, 154, 174, 175, 176, 177; royal academy society, annual examination, 137; college

154; benefices in plurality bill, 104; receipts and expenditure, 58; sanitary of preceptors' half-yearly meeting, 14;

British claims on Tuscany, 176; budget, condition of bakers, 105; savings banks common council of London, educational

56; Cambridge annuity, 153, 177; colo amendment bill, 101, 178; school estab grants, 231 ; evening classes for young

nial policy, Lord J. Russell's statement, lishments bill, Scotland, 128 ; site of the men, annual report, 188 ; donation of

33; county courts extension, 36; county exhibition, 150 : social improvement of Prince Albert, 231; experimental school

rates and expenditure, 34, 35; court of the labouring classes, 53; stamp duties for juvenile delinquents at Aberdeen, 230;

chancery, 127 ; charitable trusts, 154. bill, 67, 77, 177; sugar duties' amend. Fox's education bill, public agitation of,

COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY-Army estimates, ment, 125 ; Sunday labour in the post 84; Lancashire public schools' association

55, 175; half-pay estimates, 175; Holy office, 125, 126, 128, 152, 178 ; Sunday conference at Manchester, 255; meeting
rood, 177; Marlborough house, 175; trading prevention bill, 154, 176; uni at Willis's rooms against the government
Cuffe-street savings bank, 177 ; new versities commission, 153; prorogation, measureg, 43; opening of the free gram-
house of commons, 177 ; public educa 179.

mar school, Richmond, 231; public
tion, 151: committees, judicial and diplo-

library for the working classes established
matic salaries, 58, 76, 78; Ceylon inquit EDITORIAL NOTES-On the abolition of at Manchester, 84; Queen's College, Ire-
32, 33, 154, 178; state of the Duchies of intra-mural interments, 74, 121; Aus land, denounced by archbishop Slattery,
Cornwalland Lancaster, 58; compound tralian colonies bill, 98; chief justiceship, 37; papal condemnation, 130; royal
householders' bill, 154; consolidated fund 71; civil list, 144, 168 ; death of Lord sanction of the statutes, 197; suspension
appropriation, 178; copyhold enfran Jeffrey, 47 ; decline of England theory, of M. de Vericour, 266 ; ragged schools
chisement, 129, 152; county franchise 97, 217; education measures, 25, 26, 30; union, 113; annual meeeting of the
amendment, 151; county courts exten franchise extension, 51; French ambas Grotto Passage, 138; singing classes in.
sion, 75, 127; county rates, 129; death sador's recall, 116; Gorham and bishop troduced in the army, 256; Welsh lan-
of Sir Robert Peel, 150; public memo of Exeter, 25, 49; Greek blockade, 45, guage, meeting to promote secular in-
rial, 152; desabilities of the naval assist 68, 121; Baron Haynau's reception, struction in, 137.
ant surgeons, 74; despatches rom British 193; the laureateship, 263; law of divorce, Elections--Cambridge university, 197, 220;
Guiana, 153; ecclesiastical commissions 173 ; legislation for Ireland, 99, 122, 146, Hereford, 220; Lambeth, 187; Mayo,
bill, 31, 102, 151, 154 ; ecclesiastical con 170; oaths, abjuration, 108; O'Connor's 187; Montgomeryshire, 220; Poole, 197;
stitution for the Australian colonies, 105; | land bubble, 26, 196 ; Sir Robert Peel, Southampton, 162; Tamworth, 162.

bassador, 106; registrartrarship of the Commiation Hall, closing of, of commerce

hent, 151. 152; copphold

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Engine Drivers' Strike, Eastern Counties Ministerial law changes, 162, 233.

Palmerston, lord, testimonial to, 139;

railway, 179.

Mormon baptism, a fashionable, 139. banquet at the reform club, 162.

Excursions, cheap Sunday, by railway, 204. National association, 269.

Peel, sir Robert, death of, 162-3; posthu-
Exhibition of the works of all nations--the Nepaulese embassy, 138.

mous memoirs, 186; will, 206.
royal commission, 14; Mansion House | November fifth, celebration of, in London, Rogers, Mr. Samuel, accident to, 131.

meeting, 15; subscriptions, 65; Mansion 248; Exeter, 249; Oxford commemora-Russell's, lord John, visit to Manchester,

House banquet to the mayors, 65; return tion, 159.

banquet at York, 232; movements in Papal letters, apostolic, of Sept. 29th, 241; bishop of Durham, 245; speech at Guild-

France, 85; Mr. Paxton's design, 157; Lord John Russell's letter on, 245:1 hall, 249.

prizes offered by the Goldsmiths' com- speech at Guildhall, 249; archbishop of Sellon's, Miss, correspondence with lord

pany, 256,

Canterbury on, 245; dean of Bristol's! Campbell, 82.

Factories, return relative to, 274.

speech, 246; public meetings on, court Tait's, Dr., farewell to Rugby school, 85.

Farmers' association for the reduction of of common council, 247; St. Mary le Tennyson's, Mr. appointment to the
tradesmen's profits, 66.

Strand, 247; Bristol, Liverpool, York, 1 Laureateship, 262.
Financial and parliament reform associa. 247; address to the queen from the Roman Waghorn, Mrs., pension to, 139.

tion meeting at Manchester, 37; annual Catholics, 247; appeal of cardinal Wise - Wilde's, sir T., elevation to the chancellor-
meeting in London, 220; speech of Mr. man, 247; address of Dr. Wareing, 241:1 ship, 162.
Cobden at Aylesbury, 5.

burning, in effigy, of the new cardinal and Wiseman, Dr. Nicholas, elected cardinal,

Fishmongers' dinner, speech of Lord bishops, 249; disturbance at St. Barnabas, 187; appointment, 237 ; appeal to the

Brougham, 180,

252; enthronement of Wiseman, papal people of England, 247 ; burnt in effigy,

Fitzwilliam, Earl, reduction of rents by, 2 bull, 266 ; addresses to the queen, 268 ;| 249.

Flower show of the Horticultural Society, meetings, 269; Norfolk, duke of, letter, Petition, gross abuse at Liverpool of the

Chiswick, 136.

269 ; resignation of Mr. Bennett, 268. right of, 155.

Freehold land society's operations, 197. Paper duties, deputation to the premier Police, rural, 274.

Hartley bequest to Southampton, 157.

on, 43.

Prisons, metropolitan, new classification of

Holyhead, progress of new harbours at, 215. Park, new, in Battersea-fields, 256 ; offenders in, 221.

Income tax, sums paid by railway com- | Islington, 85.

Rent, re-arrangement of, on the duke of

panies, 203.

Patent law reform league, 256.

Portland's estates, 43; marquess of

Intramural interments, public meetings Peace congress at Frankfort, 212; peace Hertford's, 43.

against, 64.

society meeting at Wrexham, 256. Returns, Reports, dc.--of the board of

Irish encumbered estates act, working of,

, Penny savings banks, 137,

trade, ending Dec. 5th, 1849, 15; Aug.

130, 179, 221.

PERSONAL-Queen, her majesty the, new 15th, 1850, 203; increase of exports in
Islington, proposed new park for, 85.

year's gift, 16; Windsor dramatic per 1849, 43; British Museum commission
Labour, general organisation of, 64.

formances, 44; Easter rustic sports at of enquiry, 66; convict system, 130;
Law amendment society's conference with Windsor, 85; birth of Prince Arthur, 114; criminal returns for 1849, 156; decrease
Mr. Dudley Field, 257.

baptism, 138; birthday fête of Prince of crime in Galway circuit, 66; Gloucester
Lord Mayor's day, new pageantry of, 242. Alfred, 186; cowardly assault of Robert and Somerset, 232; increase in Hereford,
Lunacy, report of commissioners, 274. Pate, 133; visit to Ostend, 186; to Castle 7; Surrey, 228; dangers of the channel
Mansion House, juvenile entertainment at, I Howard, Edinburgh, and Balmoral, 205. navigation, 258 ; financial returns of the
on new year's eve, 16.

Albert, H.R.H. Prince, present to the boys united kingdom for 1849, 16; number

MEETINGS, Annual Agricultural-royal of Eton college, 67 ; letter on the univer and revenue of enrolled friendly societies,

agricultural society, Exeter, 156; farmers' sity commission, 138; speech at the 186; poor law board returns, July, 1850,

club, Burton-on-Trent, 257; Bury, 220; Mansion House, 65; at York, 232.

185; post office returns, 1849, 185;

Durham, 220; Highland annual show, Bright, Mr., M.P., speech at Manchester, railway commissioners' return, 1849, 185;

186; Saffron Walden, 220; Waltham, advocating the claims of Ireland, 3.

registrar a general - births, deaths,
220; Westmoreland and Cumberland, 204; Brougham's, lord, philosophical recrea. marriages, first quarter, 113, second, 184,
Benevolent-Artists' general benevolent tions at Cannes, 16; speech at the Fish. third, 255: revenue returns to Oct. 15,
Institution, 113; Asylum for Idiots, mongers' dinner, 180; border fray, 300. 221; savings banks and friendly societies,

appeal of the directors, 232; annual Cambridge, death of the duke of, 163. 130; sinecure benefices, 221; specie and

elections for, 255; Domestic Ser Clarendon's, lord, tour through the north bullion imported from the gold countries

vants' Benevolent Institution, 113; Es of Ireland, 196; reply to the tenant-right in 1849, 15; trade and navigation returns

tablishment for Gentlewomen during deputation, 220.

for Feb. 1850, 66; trials for murder by

Illness, 162; Female Servants' Home Cobden's, Mr., M.P., speech on financial poison, 1839-49, 160 ; summaries of the
Society, 113, General Theatrical Fund, reform, at Aylesbury, 5; on the Russian state of trade and industry of the united
66; Governesses' Benevolent Institution, loan, 6.

kingdom in 1849, 15; statistics of the

114; Hospital for Consumption, Bromp- Cottenham's, lord, resignation of the London fire brigade, 1849, 43; of the

ton, 137, King's College Hospital, in chancellorship, 114; elevation to the progress of Glasgow, 186; omnibus

corporation and endowment, 16; annual peerage, 139,

statistics of London, 230.

meeting, 65; meeting in aid of, 114; Count de Paris, first communion of, 162. Railway companies monopoly, agitation
Royal Free Hospital, 137 ; Seamen's Edwards, major, welcomed at Shrewsbury, / against, 65.
Hospital, 162; Society for Promoting l 67 ; honours awarded to, 138, 162. Repeal association, 78.
Christian Knowledge, 231; Improving | Franklin, sir John, tidings of. from the Re-union of employers and work-people at
the Condition of the Labouring Classes, Pacific, 17; arrangement for further Motham, 15.
136; Newsvenders' Benevolent Institu- search of, 44; rewards for his discovery, Roman catholic converts, 206; synod of
tion, 114; Royal Humane Society, 162;

i's expedition, 187; Irish prelates at Thurles, 179; the address

Royal Infirmary for Children, 113; Royal return of the North Star and Prince to the catholics of Ireland, 197.

Literary Fund, 66; Political, Social, Albert, 233.

Rothschild, baron, meeting of the sup-

and Religious abolition of the Irish vice-Gomm, sir W., appointed commander-in porters of, 157.
royalty, meeting against, in Dublin, 78;1 chief in India, 187.

Russian loan, Mr. Cobden's speech on, 6.
Aborigines protection society, 42; public Graham's, lieut., release, 85.

St. Barnabas, Pimlico, consecration of, 137;

meeting to Dr. Achilli, 59; meeting of Gough's, lord, return from India. 67:1 decoration, 252.

the laity and clergy on the Gorham

the Gorbam banquets to. 67. 85: presentation of the St. Paul's, proposed removing of the rail-
case at St. Martin's hall, 156; disorderly freedom of the city of London, 138: ings of, 65.
meeting at the Crown and Anchor on Edinburgh, 186; Inverness, 233; degree sanitary-Baths and washhouses, extension
the metropolitan interments' bill, 114; of D.C.L., Oxford, 138.

of, in Westminster, 14; cholera nursery,
national charter association, first metro Haynau's, general, reception at Barclay St. Clement's Danes, 85; Metropolitan
politan meeting, 6; national reform brewery, 206.

sanitary association, public meeting at
association conference, 78; meeting at Hudson's, Mr., arrangements with the Freemasons'hall, 43; metropolitan drain-
Wymondham, 156; O'Connor's, Fear- York, Newcastle, and Berwick railway age question, 137; scheme of Mr. Frank
gus, M.P., annual meeting with his company, 16; justification of his trans Forster, 186; Serpentine, deputation to
constituents, 197; reform of colonial actions, 16.

government on purifying. 137 ; water

government society's annual dinner, 156. Louis Philippe's death, 186; funeral, 205. supply of London, Mr. Napier's report,

Protectionist-Bedford, 37; Brecon, 37; 1 Obituary-Balzac, 187; Lisle Bowles, 86: 257.

Crown and Anchor demonstration, duke of Cambridge, 163; Madame Sea serpent, the, 206,

107; fatal affray at Dorchester, 40; 1 Dulcken, 86; Margaret Fuller, 190; Smithfield market, common council's

meeting of the county Down, 5; great Gay Lussac, 114; Mr. R. Gilfillan, 275:1 discussion on, 156.

national meeting, Dublin, 5; great Mar Mrs. Glover, 163"; lord Jeffrey, 44, 47; Steam communication with Australia,

low, Bucks, 4; Liverpool, 130; North Col. Johnson, 275; Lieut. Lorimer, 275:1 meeting to promote, 164.

ampton, 5; uproar on Penenden Heath. Gen. Sir W. Lumley, 275; Mrs. Beil Sunday cheap railway excursions, 204.

5; riot at Reading, 4; Rutlandshire Martin, 276 : lord Nugent. 258: duke of Sunday post office labour, its reduction, 15;

meetings, 37; Salisbury, 4; riot at Staf. Palmella, 233; Admiral Payne, 276; abolition, 137 ; meetings of news-pro-

ford, 4; Stepney meeting, 4; Waltham, sir Robert Peel, 162; Miss Jane Porter, prietors, 137 ; deputations to govern-

5, 220; withdrawal of lords Wharncliffe 114; sir Launcelot Shadwell, 187; sir ment, 156 ; its renewal, 179, 203.

and Yarborough from the protectionist M. A. Shee, 187 ; Smith of Deanston, 139, Tailoring trade, meeting of masters to

movement, 5,

Madame Tussaud, 86; lieut. Waghorn, consider the “gweating system,” 65;

Messmen, abolition of, in the royal navy, 17 ; sir W. Whymper, 275; Wordsworth, public meeting of workmen in Exeter

257.

86; Wyatt, 139.

Hall, 15.

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Telegraph, projected submarine electric, Braintree church-rate case, judgment Highwaymen, attack by, in Wales, on Mr
between France and England, 15; pro- given, 9.

Apperly, 38.

gresses, 215, 232; across St. George's Breach of promise–Gibbs v. Adams, Maid- Ignorance, a deplorable case of, 7.

Channel, 231.

stone, 62; Nicholson v. Turnbull, New- Il conduct to his son, Mr.J. Waddington

Temperance festival at the London tavern, castle-on-Tyne, 59.

charged with, 62.

231.

Burglaries and house robberies-at Charle- ml usage of scholars, fine on the rev. H.

Ten hours' act meetings to secure its cote Lucy, 109; Mr. Cohen's, jeweller, Meere, grammar school, Rochester, 62;

integrity, 37, 64.

Newcastle, 249 ; at Wickham, St. Paul's, on a national schoolmaster, Paddington,

Tenant right agitation in Ireland, 59, 78, Essex, 111; of a watchmaker at Halifax, 10; on a schoolmaster, Withiel, Cornwall,

130, 156; conference, 179, 197, 220; 223; attempted burglary at Mr.Marston's, 39.

deputation to lord Clarendon, 220.

gold-beater, Birmingham, 225; intrepid Injunction against the site of the exhi.
University commission, the, 118, 142, 21 repulse by a servant girl at Congleton, bition refused, 3, 160.
239; prince Albert's letter on, 138.

157; curious discovery of, at Llanwaris, Inquest on Martha Joachim, an eccentric

Vaccination, neglect of, 185.

59; attempted burglary at Mr. Holford's, lady, Mary-le-bone, 10; Mary Carpenter,

Waterloo banquet, the, 139.

Regent's park, 227; committal of the Southwark, 80 ; on two children found

Wool league of Mr. Ferrand, 156.

thieves, 250, sentence, 269; burglary drowned at Exeter, 38.

and murder at the Rev. Mr. Hollest's, Insanity, from religious fanaticism, 109.

LAW AND CRIME.

Frimley, 222; in Regent's-park, in Mr. Insurance policy, refusal of the Albion

Marshall's house, 270.

company to pay, 158.
Action for loss of sight from gun cotton Cabman's trick, a new, 249.

Irish parochial mode of getting rid of their
explosion, 60; for recovery of money Calcraft, the hangman, summoned for poor, 133.
paid on forged acceptances, 133.

refusing to support his mother, 61. Labour, its lowest price and results, 80.

Affiliation summons-a heartless case of Cauliflower, throwing, on the Victoria Libel actions for Mr. F. O'Connor, M. P.

seduction, 60.

theatre stage, 199.

v. the Nottingbam Journal, 39; Don

Agapemone, revelations of the. 110.

Chloroform, charge of administering, with Pacifico v. the Morning Herald, 253;

Agrarian crimes in Ireland, 13, 80, 112, criminal intent, 109; rape effected by, Count de Thomar v. the Morning Post, 8;

198, 230,

59; robberies, 38.

Miss Sellon v. the Plymouth Journal, 108;

American law respecting persons of colour, Combinations of workmen, 272.

Smith v. Cook, 271.

108.

Conspiring to cheat, conviction for, 158. Life in London, a scene from, 8.

Apprentices absconding from their masters' Credulity, extraordinary case at Islington, Litigation, the spirit of, 159.

service, 60.

40.

Loitering at a railway terminus, charge

Assault by a carpenter of the Strand theatre, Crime, juvenile adepts in, 110, 111, 183; | of, 201.

79; trial of Samuel Grieves Harvey for, punished in perpetration at Hove, 108 ; | Lunacy case of Mr. Pulteney W. Mein, 224;
7: on a servant girl, the Rev. R. A. I Derby, 229.

Commission on Mr. A. H.M. Tollemache,
Johnston charged with, 251 ; trial of Mr. Criminal information against the Quarterly 226.
Kenealy for an assault on his son, 110;| Review, 109.

Manslaughter of a child, verdict against
imprisonment of Mr. Leggett for an as-Cruelty to a workhouse child, 62, 112, 181. Captain Bushe, 200; of an Irish labourer,
sault on a young lady, 39; a surgeon Cutting and wounding, trial of A. Hicks against police sorgeant Bushell, 225; of
charged with striking his servant with a for, 158.

her husband, trial of Jane Keitland for,

hot poker, 8; conviction of capt. Aaron Defamation used as a defence, 109.

80; of Elizabeth Biggs, trial of, the

Smith for an assault on a toll-gaie keeper, Disturbance at St. Barnabas church, 252. Southampton relieving officer for, 59; of
200; an editor and novel writer charged | Divorce bills-rev. E. J. Ashby's, 132 : 1 a child, trial of the Vauxhall bridge toll-

with, 224; on an innkeeper at Bath by lieut-col. Cautley, 111; Mr. Cobbe, 82; man for, 201.

Ogle Wallis, 229; on a customer by Mr. Hall, 181; earl of Lincoln, 130; reversal Marital rights, refusal, o 83.

Watts, draper, 157 ; on his wife by a
157 : on his wife by al of judgment, Paterson v. Paterson, 100; Marriage 15.

ment. Paterson y. Paterson, 180: Marriage registration, trial for a false, 133.
coach-painter, 18; of a policeman for un King v. King, 270.

mandato 131

.warrantable interference, 225; assault Domestic cruelty, Mr. and Mrs. Sloane, Misery, a tale of, 79.

on the Lowestoffe seamen by wreckers, 271,

Mock agency office swindles, 108, 110, 132.

228; evidence given in a case of assault Electric telegraph company charged with Mummy of a child discovered, 130.

at Guildhall, 7; assault by Rev. Mr. Fen favouritism, 109.

Murders--agrarian, in Ireland, Tipperary,

wick, 269.

Elopement extraordinary, 183.

198, 230; Edward Hurley, Ballinahinch,

Assumed name-complaint of Anna Maria | Emigration candidates, i13.

13; Mauleverer, land agent, 112; murder

Jones, 6.

Endangering the lives of nine persons, con of a child at Gravesend, by her aunt,

Atrocity, act of, in the Isle of Man, 79. viction of the captain of a Richmond 183; a death-bed confession of, 39;
Attempt to burn Parkhurst prison by tl steamer for, 199.

discovery of a murder at Frome, 79; an
convicts, 199; attempting to drown, | Evictions in Ireland, 16

old murder at Skipton, 130; a double
committal of J. E. Spooner for, 159; to Evidence given in a case of assault at Guild murder Dear Edinburgh by a lunatic, 61;
drown her three children, committal of ball, 37.

murder of John Ellis, on board ship,
Elizabeth Huggins for, 40, sentence, 60 ; Execution of Elias Lucas and Mary Reeder, New Zealand, 198; murder by poison of
to murder her child, trial of May Hard-1 80.

Mrs. Page, Stow, by her servant, 250 ;
wick for, 160; to murder his father, trial False character, conviction of a servant for murder of his son by a labourer, 131 :
of Thomas King for, 61; to poison her using. 252.

supposed murder of a child, 130; murder

father, committal of Louisa Hartley for, False and malicious statements, dismissal and outrage at Leeds, by Irish emi.

80, acquittal, 111.

of a policeman for, 251.

grants, 251; murder and suicide of Dr.

Bagerley, John, death-bed confession of, Felony, an intended, discovered by a cat, Creighton, Ballinagh, 200 ; murder and

39.

suicide of Alexander and Mrs. Novelli,

Bainbrigge v. Bainbrigge-validity of a Firing a wheat stack, a false accusation of, ! at Manchester, 9; murder and suicide

will, 182.

183; incendiary agricultural fires, 226; near Halifax, 61 ; committal of W. Hen.

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Courtsexa- trial of Mary Savill for firing a stack of ison for poisoning his wife, 81; convic-

mination of Mr. John Bull, 184; w.l oats, 60.

tion for bigamy and murder, 183;

Chittenden, 31; Mr. Delafield's certifi- Flogging, a magisterial advocate of, 110. committal of Thomas Drury for the
cate, 59, 111, 131; Lakeman and Co., com- Forgery of Admiralty certificates, trial of murder of Jael Denry, 227 ; of two

mercial transactions of Louis Philippe, W. Smith and C. Niblett for, 60; on the Irishmen for the murder of a woman near

253; Martin Luther Pritchard's accounts, Austrian bank, 199; altering a marriage Newport, 79; their conviction, 182 ; of

111; imprisonment and suspension for register, 60; of acceptances, Elizabeth John Lambourn for the murder of his
fraudulent concealment of property, 132, Ann Chambers, 131; Lewis Joel, 9; wife, 225; of A. Moir, baker, for beating
252; application for capt. Talbot's dis Augustus Styles, 199; a servant's letter his wife to death, 62; conviction, 110;
charge, 10; Mr. Alaric A. Watts' certifi.

of recommendation, 252; W. Threlfall, trial of John Ager, for murder, 160 ; by

cate, 182; fraudulent bankruptcy of 270.

stabbing from jealousy of the Birds for

Joseph William Williams, 9.

Fraudulent use of Alderman Farebrother's the murder of Mary Ann Parsons, 62;
Barber's, W., application for the renewal name, 8; obtaining money under false second trial, 181 ; by starvation, Eliza-
of his attorney's certificate, 157.

pretences, 62, 82; feigned death of a beth Bubb, of Maria Hood, 183; by
Beer-shop open on Sunday morning, con child, 108; begging imposture, 112 ; poison, W. Chadwick, of S.Turncliffe, 180;
viction for, 199.

begging letters to Prince Albert, 158; by poison, Hannah Curtis, of her hus-
Betting lists, magisterial proscription of, to the Duchess of Orleans, 199; begging band, 183; Thomas Denny, of his child, by
80.

in shops, 224; obtaining letters by fraud stabbing, 79 ; Sarah Drake, of her bastard
Bigamy, trial of Mary Fitzgerald for, 184; from the post office, Leeds, 250.

son, by strangling, 8; Patrick Forbes,
Elizabeth Gilday, 228; Benjamin Grif Gamekeeper, two men shot at by a, county for the murder of his wife, 181; Andrew
fiths, 61: William Augustus Shean, 184; court trial, 81.

Forrest, of a gamekeeper by shooting, 7;
Sopbia Winter. 159: William Bennison, Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter, decision of the A. Levy, of his wife, by stabbing, 80;
for bigamy and murder, 184.

judicial committee of the Privy Council, William Ross, of his wife by poison, 180;
Bill transactions-lieut. Clements with

00: arguments in the Queen's Bench and Thomas Waters, attempt to murder his

Lewis Joel, 9; lieut. Walter Lookhart

Arches' Court, 82; public meetings, 82; wife, 270 ; murder in France, 272.

Scott with 'w.'J. Ferris, 7; lieut. Bald appeal to the Court of Common Pleas, I Neglect of poor law officers, death from
win with Humbert, 81.

108 ; Court of Exchequer, 131, 157; pro hunger and starvation through, 224;
Border fray of Lord Brougham, 200.

test tendered to the Arches' Court, 160: death of a tailor's apprentice from
Bosjesman, outbreak of ferocity, 112. formal admission of Mr. Gorham, 182. | neglect, 228.

198.

201.

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