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should be raised in memory of him, such fund to be devoted to pensions to old and distressed
members of the trade; and on the roth of “ John February, 1885, two “ John Francis Pensions" Francis
ns, were founded-one male pension of 20l, a year founded. and a female pension of 15l. a year, in
I 19; obituary, 141; Albert the
• Early Years,' 209 ; Sir T.
political foresight, 414
his marriage, 151, 156; visit to
India, 352; and co-operation,
of Adams & Sons, death, 492 committee, 505
of Bradshaw's Guides, death, 313 ancestor of Longfellow, 503
Alford (Henry), Dean of Canter-
“When all Thy mercies,” 447 | Alice (Princess), her death, 406
239; in the Queen, 43on. ; in | Allgemeine Zeitung, its character,
Francis and the duty on, 548 | All the Year Round, its foundation,
34, 282, 315; fate of its explorers, Wills, 455 ; its first number,
Almanach de Gotha for 1867, 202
American books in the British
earthquake in England, 161 ; on the Orcadian, obituary, 334
setti bibliography, 510°
| votion to, 361
of Art Treasures at Manchester, 1 tuary, 309
Anthropological Society, death of, of the Army'-enlarged — Hep-
worth Dixon resigns editorship-
249; posted for a halspenny,
the Academy, death, 434.. the Army,' 263; Prof. De More
of F. D. Maurice, 286; death of
of collodion process, 19; sub tors, 307n.; on the Challenger
expedition, 318; articles by
in Shakspeare, 324; on London
contributors to, 331 ; death of
“Scientific Organization” of, 249, Finlay, 341 ; on the Prince of
Wales in India, 352 ; death of
Society suggested by, 388 ; ju-
Riley, 408; of Hepworth Dixon,
riage with Katharine of Arragon, 537; death of John Francis, 547
Augusta (Princess), marriage with
Mrs. Gatty, 310
118; salmon in, 204; Col. War.
357; death of G. Smith, 358 Babington (C.) on Macaulay's cha.
Back (Sir George), Arctic explorer,
| Bacon (Francis), Lord Verulam,
issued, 53; price reduced to death of J. Spedding, 491..
Baikie (Dr. W. B.), African ex-l tugal, 308 ; original edition of
tro-chemical telegraph, death, Queen, 430
Behan (Thomas L.), editor of Lon.
Beke (Dr. C. T.), death, 336
421; ‘Bagford Ballads,' 470 brought against him by Zadkiel,
322 ; death, 389
Beil (Prof. Graham), his articu-
Bell & Bradfute, William Black-
the Royal Geographical Society, s. 336.
Belt (Thomas), traveller, death,
Russian Hagiography,' 500 Benisch (Dr. Abraham), editor of
Bennett (James Gordon) sends
I to Longfellow, 505
| Bennoch (Francis), hon. treasurer
of Dundee University, 498 Bentinck (Lord George), Disraeli's
of Dundee University, 498 Bentley (George), joins the firm,
301; on Augustus Meves, 437
Charles II., 278n.
| Bentley (Richard), jun., joins the
Sir Marc Isambard Brunel,' Bentley's Miscellany, prospectus
drawn up by Dickens, 277; Tip-
Bewick (Thomas), his advice to W.
sketch of, 67; his villa in Por: Bexley (Nicholas, Lord), presi.
dent of British and Foreign Bible Dorking' in, 276; death of Mr.
T. Aird, 369; its first number,
and the Apocrypha, 104 ; in Celebration, 375
sale, 486; Polyglot, 506 Bohn (H. G.), sale of his books
| "Classification of the English
| brarian of British Museum, 401
old documents at the India Museum, death, 408
Books, for the nursery, 250; palm.
ciation at, 30; branch of Mudie's block-books, 376
French negotiations for peace, Croker's edition, 515
of Anglo-Saxon, obituary, 361
aulay's friendship, 522 | Botany, its advancement by Brown,
Jussieu's method, 343
logist, death, 390
Bowring (Sir John), death, 299