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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
A'Beckett (A.) in 'Every Man in Good and progress, 143, 209;
his Humour,' 528

• Early Years,' 209 ; Sir T.
Abell (Mrs. Elizabeth) and Napo Martin's 'Life,' 335, 440 ;
leon at St. Helena, 280

political foresight, 414
Abinger (James, Ist Lord), lise by Albert Edward, Prince of Wales,
his son, 483

his marriage, 151, 156; visit to
Academy, its foundation, 434

India, 352; and co-operation,
Adams (Henry J.), senior partner 412n. ; chairman of Longfellow

of Adams & Sons, death, 492 committee, 505
Adams (William James), publisher Alden (John), Pilgrim Father,

of Bradshaw's Guides, death, 313 ancestor of Longfellow, 503
Adams (William R.), his miniature Alexandra, Princess of Wales, 156
aquarium, 272n.

Alford (Henry), Dean of Canter-
Addison (Joseph) not the author of bury, his life, 304

“When all Thy mercies,” 447 | Alice (Princess), her death, 406
Advertisements, in London Gazette, Alison (Sir Archibald), death, 207

239; in the Queen, 43on. ; in | Allgemeine Zeitung, its character,
the Glasgow Herald, 498; John

Francis and the duty on, 548 | All the Year Round, its foundation,
Aeronautical Society founded, 190 89; Walter Thornbury a con-
Africa, Livingstone's discoveries, tributor, 363; death of W. H.

34, 282, 315; fate of its explorers, Wills, 455 ; its first number,
167; Dr. Baikie, 175; Stanley's 529 ; C. Dickens, jun., editor,
discoveries, 386; death of Mrs. 532
Petherick, 389

Almanach de Gotha for 1867, 202
Agassiz (Alexander), founder of America, and Westminster Abbey,
zoological laboratory at Rhode 506n. ; Dickens's visit, 524
Island, 274

American books in the British
Ainsworth (Harrison), death, 493 Museum, 396n.
Aird (Thomas), editor of the Dum. Analytical Society, its foundation,
fries Herald, death, 369

Airy (Sir George Biddell), on Anderson (James U.), proprietor of

earthquake in England, 161 ; on the Orcadian, obituary, 334
the Royal Society at Burlington Anderson (John P.) compiles Ros-
House, 312

setti bibliography, 510°
Akerman (John Yonge), first rail. Anglo-Saxon, Dr. Bosworth's de-
way journalist, 313

| votion to, 361
Albert (Prince), opens Exhibition Anstey (Thomas Chisholm), obi.

of Art Treasures at Manchester, 1 tuary, 309

Anthropological Society, death of, of the Army'-enlarged — Hep-
Sir G. Duncan Gibb, 368

worth Dixon resigns editorship-
Anti-Corn-Law League, 363 on ‘Literature of the People,'
Apocrypha. See Bible.

249; posted for a halspenny,
Appleton (Dr. C. E.), founder of 258; Scientific Organization of

the Academy, death, 434.. the Army,' 263; Prof. De More
Aquaria, public and private, history gan's contributions, 267; death
of, 271

of F. D. Maurice, 286; death of
Archer (Frederick Scot), inventor Mr. Holmes, 307; its proprie-

of collodion process, 19; sub tors, 307n.; on the Challenger
scription for his family, 20

expedition, 318; articles by
Archers, Royal Company of, its Howard Staunton on corruptions
history, 348

in Shakspeare, 324; on London
Arithmetic, Dean Peacock's his. public libraries, 328; celebrated
tory of, 66

contributors to, 331 ; death of
Army, flogging in, abolished, 107 ;|| Dr. E. Lankester, 334; of George

“Scientific Organization” of, 249, Finlay, 341 ; on the Prince of

Wales in India, 352 ; death of
Arnold (Dr. Thomas), Dr. Brock's Walter Thornbury, 362; Index
defence of, 398

Society suggested by, 388 ; ju-
Arrowsmith (John), geographer, bilee of, 390 ; death of H. T.
death, 313

Riley, 408; of Hepworth Dixon,
Arsenic for preserving paper, 383 4 35; John Francis's jubilee, 484;
Arthur, son of Henry VII., mar H. F. Chorley musical critic,

riage with Katharine of Arragon, 537; death of John Francis, 547

Augusta (Princess), marriage with
Artists' Rifle Corps formed, 74 | the Duke of Brunswick, 49
Art Journal, Mr. M. Huish editor, Aunt Judy's Magazine, founded by

Mrs. Gatty, 310
Art Treasures at Manchester, 19 Australia, Paramatta Observatory
Arya-Samaj, new Theistic church founded by Sir T. M. Brisbane,
in India, 416

118; salmon in, 204; Col. War.
Ashworth (Henry), death, 461 burton's explorations, 331
Asiatic Society of Japan founded, 'Aytoun (Prof. W. E.), death, 188

Assyria, George Smith's discove.

ries, 337; the Temple of Belus, Babbage (Charles), death, 280

357; death of G. Smith, 358 Babington (C.) on Macaulay's cha.
Astrological Society, its last sur- racter of the clergy, 518
vivor, 360

Back (Sir George), Arctic explorer,
Astronomical Society, Lord Wrot.
tesley president, 214

| Bacon (Francis), Lord Verulam,
Atheneum, half-yearly volumes life by Hepworth Dixon, 436 ;

issued, 53; price reduced to death of J. Spedding, 491..
threepence, 137; comparison Baddeley (Robert), Twelfth Night
with 1833, 157; death of Charles bequest, 231
Wentworth Dilke, 171; on lite. Bagehot (Walter), editor of the
rature of Europe and America, Economist, obituary, 373
242 ; letters on Paris and the Bagsord Ballads,' edited by Ebs-
War '_'Scientific Organization worth, 470

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Baikie (Dr. W. B.), African ex-l tugal, 308 ; original edition of
plorer, death, 175

Vathek,' 360
Bain (Alexander), inventor of elec- Beeton (S. .), founder of the

tro-chemical telegraph, death, Queen, 430

Behan (Thomas L.), editor of Lon.
Baines (Thomas), Lancashire don Gazette, death, 238
writer, death, 492

Beke (Dr. C. T.), death, 336
Balcombe (Miss)." See Abell. Belcher (Sir Edward), history of
Ballad Society, 236; new editor, one of his ships, 20n.; action

421; ‘Bagford Ballads,' 470 brought against him by Zadkiel,
Bankers' Almanac, 314

322 ; death, 389
Bankers' Magazine, 314

Beil (Prof. Graham), his articu-
Bank of England, method of print.l Jating telephone, 379
ing notes, 370

Bell & Bradfute, William Black-
Banns, a princess's published, 47 wood apprenticed to, 42in.
Barlow (Dr. Henry Clark), Danto- Bell & Daldy purchase Bohn's
philist, obituary, 367

“Libraries, 223
Barnes (Joseph), Printer to the Bell & Sons, additions to Bohn's
University of Oxford, 294

“Libraries,” 223
Barrow (Sir John), a founder of Bellew (J. C. Montesquieu), death,

the Royal Geographical Society, s. 336.

Belt (Thomas), traveller, death,
Barsukof (Nikolai), 'Sources of 409

Russian Hagiography,' 500 Benisch (Dr. Abraham), editor of
Bates (H. W.) edits Col. Warbur. Jewish Chronicle, death, 408
ton's journals, 331

Bennett (James Gordon) sends
Bath, British Association at, 167 search expedition for Living-
Bath Guardian founded, 257 Įstone, 281
Bathurst (Bishop Henry) ordains Bennett (Dr. W. C.) on memorial
Dr. Stebbing, 390n.

I to Longfellow, 505
'Battle of Dorking,' 276

| Bennoch (Francis), hon. treasurer
Baxter (John Boyd), joint founder of Longfellow committee, 505

of Dundee University, 498 Bentinck (Lord George), Disraeli's
Baxter (Mary Ann), joint founder Political Biography' of, 478

of Dundee University, 498 Bentley (George), joins the firm,
Baxter (R. D.), “National Debts,'! 277; letter from Lord Lytton,

301; on Augustus Meves, 437
Bazaine (Marshal F. A.), his con- Bentley (Richard), publisher temp.
duct at Metz, 264

Charles II., 278n.
Beaconsfield (Lord). See Disraeli Bentley (Richard), obituary, 276

| Bentley (Richard), jun., joins the
Beamish. (Richard), Memoir of firm, 278

Sir Marc Isambard Brunel,' Bentley's Miscellany, prospectus

drawn up by Dickens, 277; Tip-
Beavan (Mrs.), legacy for schools perary Hall papers, 407; first
in Wales, 103

number, 523
Beckford (William), Lord Mayor, Berlin, its honorary citizenship, 480

Bewick (Thomas), his advice to W.
Beckford (William), of Fonthill, ! Harvey, 191

sketch of, 67; his villa in Por: Bexley (Nicholas, Lord), presi.


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rian, 483

dent of British and Foreign Bible Dorking' in, 276; death of Mr.
Society, 106

T. Aird, 369; its first number,
Beyer (C. F.), legacy to Owens 422n.; death of Andrew Wilson,
College, 290

Bible, few copies in Wales, 103 ; Blades (William) on the Caxton

and the Apocrypha, 104 ; in Celebration, 375
Chinese, 105; number of copies Blakey (Dr. Robert), death, 409
issued, 106; right to print, 106, Blind, bequests for their benefit,
296; Revised, published, 295;l 62
New Testament published in Blindness, remarkable recovery
Chicago Times, 295n. ; prices of from, 468
Mazarine, 376n.; in Hindustani, Block machinery, Brunel's, 149
389; in the Caxton Exhibition, Blue Stockings, Dr. Doran on, 300
394 ; first English translation, Boccaccio, works in the Sunder-
395 ; revised by Joseph Gurney, land sale, 488
419; Longman's New Testa. Bodleian Library, death of Rev.
ment, 420; in the Sunderland H. 0. Coxe, 491

sale, 486; Polyglot, 506 Bohn (H. G.), sale of his books
Bible Class, 253

lise, 221
Bill (John), founder and printer of Bohn (J. H. Martin), bookbinder,
the London Gazette, 427

Billinge (Mary), alleged centena- Bonaparte (Prince Louis Lucien),

| "Classification of the English
Binney (Dr. Thomas), death, 336) Dialects,' 377
Birch (Dr. Samuel) and the Cy: Bond (Edward A.), Principal Li-
priote inscriptions, 359

| brarian of British Museum, 401
Birdwood (Sir George) discovers Bonomi (Joseph), curator of Soane

old documents at the India Museum, death, 408
Office, 346

Books, for the nursery, 250; palm.
Birmingham, Social Science Asso- leaf, discarded in Burmah, 258 ;

ciation at, 30; branch of Mudie's block-books, 376
Library, 122 ; centenary of Old Borrow (George), death, articles
Library, 431

on, 491
Birrell (Charles M.), 'Life of Dr. Boscawen (W. St. C.) on Cyprus,
Brock,' 398

Bismarck (Prince von), on the Boswell (James), 'Life of Johnson,'

French negotiations for peace, Croker's edition, 515
262 ; honorary citizen of Berlin, Bosworth (Dr. Joseph), Professor

of Anglo-Saxon, obituary, 361
Black (Adam), obituary, 316; Mac- Botanical Register, 186

aulay's friendship, 522 | Botany, its advancement by Brown,
Black (A. & C.), Encyclopædia 54; by Lindley, 185, 186;
Britannica' dinner, 132

Jussieu's method, 343
* Black Book,' sale of, 354 Boutell (Rev. Charles), archæo•
“ Black Friday," 190

logist, death, 390
Blackie (John), publisher, death, Bowerbank (Dr. J. $.), death, 389

Bowring (Sir John), death, 299
Blackwood (John), obituary, 421 Boyd (Sir William), of Edinburgh,
Blackwood (William), life of, 4210. death, 353
Blackwood's Magasine, ‘Battle of Bradbury & Evans, George Smith

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