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engraver for, 358 ; bid for House-l phy of Havelock, 36; death,
hold Words, 529n.

354 ; 'Life,' 398
Bradley (George Granville), Dean Brodie (Sir Benjamin) on the
of Westminster, 505

Royal Society, 127
Braidwood (James), "Fire Preven. Broké (Capt. Sir Arthur de Capell),

tion,' 195; his life, 196 I founder of the Raleigh Club, 481
Brewer (John Sherren), death, 433 Brontë (Branwell), Mrs. Gaskell
Brewster (Sir David), 'The Stereo- on, 22

scope,'14; obituary, 219; 'Edin- Brontë (Charlotte), publication of

burgh Encyclopædia,' 471 'Jane Eyre,' 351 ; A. C. Swin-
Brighton aquarium, 273

burne on, 386
Brisbane (Sir Thomas M.), soldier Brooks (Shirley), editor of Punch,

and astronomer, obituary, 117 1 257 ; obituary, 319
Bristol Journal, Walter Thornbury Brougham (Henry, Lord), and the
a contributor, 362

prorogation of Parliament, 16;
British and Foreign Bible Society, president of Social Science
its history, 102

Association, 30; obituary, 223
British and Foreign Medical Re- Broughton (Lord). See Hobhouse.
view founded, 140

| Brown (J. Baldwin), book dedi.
British Archæological Association, cated to Principal Scott, 292
its foundation, 444

Brown (Oliver Madox), death, 337
British Association, at Bath, 167; Brown (Robert), botanist, obituary,

and the telephone, 379 ; Geo- 54
graphical Section added, 482; Brown (Robert), a founder of the
Prof. J. W. Draper at, 494 7 Royal Geographical Society,
British Medical Journal, death of 481
Dr. A. Wynter, 369

Browne (Rev. George), “History
British Museun, purchase of of the British and Foreign Bible

Shakspeare's autograph, 54 ; Society,' 102
total expense, 124 ; death of E. Browne (Hablot Knight) illustrates
Hawkins, 207; J. R. Chorley's Nicholas Nickleby,'524
bequest, 208; Sir H. Ellis, 243 ; Browning (Elizabeth Barreit), obi-
death of T. Watts, 244 ; the tuary, 134 ; tablet erected by the
first lady reader-the Duchess of municipality of Florence, 137 ;
Kingston, 288 ; death of Sir F. •Letters of,' 369
Madden, 312 ; Assyrian tablets, Browning (Robert) and Barry Corn-
338, 359; death of Dr. J. E. wall, 375
Gray, 343 ; changes at, 348 ; Bruce (James), African explorer,
death of G. Smith, 358; and his accidental death, 168
Henry Stevens, 396n.; Mr. Bruce (John), death, 244
E. A. Bond Principal Librarian, Brunel (Sir Marc Isambard),
401 ; death of Sir A. Panizzi, principal achievements, 147
434 ; Prof. R. K. Douglas, 466 ; Buckle (Henry Thomas), obituary,
Servian charter, 502

Britten (F. J.) on watches, 205 Bullen (George), made Keeper of
Britton (John), antiquary, obituary, the Printed Books, 348 ; biblio-

graphy of Uncle Tom's Cabin,'
Brock (Thomas), A.R.A., bust of 433
Longfellow, 505

Buller (Charles), Carlyle his tutor,
Brock (Rev. Dr. William), biogra- 472

Bulley (Agnes Amy), prize for essay worth's legacy, 362; women at,

on middle-class education, 460 460
Bullionist, 314

Camden Society, resignation of
Bunhill Fields Burial-ground, its Mr. Thoms, 300
preservation, 240

Campbell (Sir Colin) sent to India,
Bunsen (Christian C. J.) in Carol 6

line Fox's 'Memories of Old Campbell (John, Lord), obituary,
Friends,' 493

133; 'Life,' by his daughter,
Burdett-Coutts (Baroness) and 467
W. H. Wills, 455

Campbell (Thomas), co-editor of
Burgoyne (Sir John Fox), his New Monthly Magazine, 257;
· Military Opinions,' 75

Redding's “Reminiscences'of, 258
Burmah, telephone in, 381 Canning (Charles John, Lord), first
Burmah (King of) prints a Burmese Viceroy of India, 73
grammar of Pali, 258

| Canterbury, Kentish Archäological
Burnaby (Col. Fred.), 'A Ride to Society at, 61

Khiva,' 366 ; death, 367n. Carlile (Richard), his trial, 454
Burnand (F. C.), editor of Punch, Carlyle (Dr. John) and Sartor

Resartus,' 473
Burns (Col. William Nicol), son of Carlyle (Thomas), translation of
the poet, death, 298

Legendre's 'Geometry,' 219; obi-
Burriti (Elihu), death, 434

tuary, 470; 'Reminiscences'-
Burton (Hill), death, 492

letters to Leigh Hunt – copy-
Byron (Anne Isabella, Lady), death, rights, 475; in Caroline Fox's

Memories of Old Friends, ' 493
Byron (George G., sixth Lord), Carpenter (J. Estlin), ‘Lise of

tablet to, 205 ; at Harrow, 375;1 Mary Carpenter, 438
death of Rev. F. Hodgson, 401 ; Carpenter (Mary), obituary, 378;
of E. J. Trelawny, 492

* Life,' 438
Carpenter (Dr. Philip P.), con-

chologist, obituary, 377

Carruthers (Dr. Robert), of the
Caine (T. Hall), poem on Long: Inverness Courier, obituary, 396

fellow, 505; 'Recollections of Caryll Papers presented to the
D. G. Rossetti,' 509

I nation by Sir C. W. Dilke, 254
Cairnes (Prof. J. E.), death, 353 Case (Adelaide Maria), “Day by
Calderon, D. F. MacCarthy's trans- Day at Lucknow,' 41
lations, 507

Cassell (John), death, 188
Caledonian Mercury, 317

Catalogue, H. G. Bohn's 'Guinea.'
Calico printing, I. Taylor's machine 222; of English literature, pro-

for engraving patterns, 181 posed, 388
California, Chinese in, 237 Cawnpore, massacre of, 78
Callow (John), business purchased Caxton Celebration, 375; Bibles
by Churchill, 350

at, 394
Cambrian, oldest newspaper in Centenarians, two alleged, 483
Wales, 259

Chadwick (David) presents Free
Cambridge (George, and Duke of), ! Library to Macclesfield, 361

opens the Exhibition of 1862, 145 Challenger, voyage of, articles oli,
Cambridge University, and the 318

Revised Bible, 296; Dr. Bos. Chambers (David), death, 271

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Chambers (Dr. Robert), obituary, Chetham Library, Canon Raines's

bequest, 409
Chambers (Robert), jun., death, Chicago Times, Revised New Tes.

tament printed in, 295n.
Chambers (William), early life, 269; Child's Own Magazine, its circula-
death, 493n.

tion, 253
“Chambers's Cyclopædia of English China, copyright with Japan, 479;
Literature,' 397

early printing in, 499
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, China Mail, death of Andrew Wil.

270; death of W. H. Wills, 455; son, 480
its jubilee, 493

Chinchona, shaving the bark, 488
Chamier (Capt. Frederick), author, Chinese, their migration to Cali-
death, 259

fornia, 237
Chapman (Edward), obituary, 439 Chinese ambassador at St. Peters-
Chapman (Maria Weston), editor burg, English spoken by, 456

of Harriet Martineau's Auto- Chinese language, New Testament
biography,' 371

in, 105; death of Prof. Ko Hun
Chapman & Hall, publish Lewes's Hua, 502

• Ranthorpe,' 403 ; for many Chiswick Press, its history, 364
authors, 439; purchase Carlyle's Chorley (Henry Fothergill), writes
copyrights, 475

Dickens's obituary, 530; birth,
Chappell (William) on the tele. 535; • The Winter's Wreath'-
phone, 380

memorials of Mrs. Hemans-
Charities, London, Low's hand first contributes to Atheneum,
book on, 266

536 ; Music in the Provinces'
Charles I., the authorship of the - comes to London --- musical
Eikon Basilike,' 431

critic of the Athenæum-gives
Charles II., at the marriage of the farewell dinner, 537; parting

Prince of Orange, 48; on the words — death, 538 ; obituary,
* Eikon Basilike,' 432

539 ; friendship for Dickens-
Charles X. of France, his corona. poems in Athenaum, 540 ;
tion, 443

*Hymn of the Old Discoverers,'
Charles (Rev. Thomas), of Bala, 542; "The Statue of Joan of

Arc,' 543
Charlotte, Princess of Wales, mar. Chorley (John Rutter), Spanish

riage with King Leopold, 49 scholar, obituary, 208; The
Charterhouse School, Leech and Winter's Wreath,' 536
Thackeray at, 170

Christie (W. D.), editor of Dryden,
Chartists, T. Frost on, 457; Car- death, 336

lyle on, 474 ; defended by DisChristie, Manson & Woods, sale
raeli, 477

of Turner's ' Picturesque Views,'
Chatto & Windus publish · Joseph 323
and his Brethren,' 413

Christ's Hospital, Lamb and James
Chaucer (Geoffrey), Mr. Cowden White at, 378
Clarke's edition, 372

Churchill (John), medical pub-
Chaucer Society, 236

lisher, obituary, 350
Chesney (Col. George), author of Clairmont or Claire (Jane), death,

• Battle of Dorking,' 276
Chess, Howard Staunton's works, Clarendon (Edward, Earl on), sale

of History of the Rebellion,' 294



Clarke (Charles Cowden), obi. , Conington (Prof. John), death, 241
tuary, 372

Constable (Archibald), Edinburgh
Clarke (E) on Cyprus, 400 l publisher, 316, 317, 491
Clarke (Mary Cowden), 'Concord. Constable (Thomas), printer of

ance to Shakespeare,' 373 | Edinburgh, death, 491
Classical Museum, G. H. Lewes Contemporary Review, Dean Alford
joint editor, 403

editor, 305
Clergy in the seventeenth century, Cook (John Douglas), editor of

Saturday Review, death, 229
Clerical Journal, 430

Cooke (T. P.) in Black-Eyed
Clifford (Prof. W. K.), death, 434 | Susan,' 26
Clive (Mrs. Archer), poet and Cooper (Charles), editor of the
novelist, obituary, 309

Scotsman, 497
Clive (Robert, Lord), proposed Cooper (Thomas), Chartist, and
memorial-his treatment of the Benjamin Disraeli, 477
Sepoys, 5

Co-operation, G. J. Holyoake's
Coal, quantity raised in one year, History,' 411

Copyright, of Americans in Eng-
Cobden"(Richard), loss of his fora | land, 277 ; between China and
tune, 116; death, 188

Japan, 479; in India, 480
Cochrane (Lord). See Dundo. “Cork Convent," 308

Cornhill Magazine, its foundation,
Cock Tavern, near Temple Bar, 99
destroyed, 484

Corn Laws, death of Henry Ash.
Colburn (Henry), sale of his copy- worth, 461; Macaulay's mistake,

rights, 22; partner with Bentley, l 522

Cornwall (Barry). See Procter
Coleridge (Derwent) in Caroline (Bryan Waller).

Fox's 'Memories of Old Friends,'| Costello (Dudley) as Downright,

Coleridge (Hartley) in Caroline Costello (Louisa Stuart), death, 259
Fox's Memories of Old Friends,' Cotton, Brunel's machine for wind-

ling, 147
Coleridge (Samuel Taylor), De Court Journal, its foundation, 308

Quincey's gift to; 109; and Covent Garden Theatre, King
Wordsworth, 325

| John' at, 442; coronation of
Collins (Mortimer), death, 369 | Charles X., 443
Collodion process, its inventor, 19 Cowie (Dr. R.), author, death, 336
Cologne Gazette, its enterprise, 418 Cowtan (Robert), Memories of
Combe (George), author of 'Con-l the British Museum,' 288

stitution of Man,' obituary, 61 Cox (Serjeant E. W.), obituary,
Combe (Thomas), manager of the 430

Clarendon Press, obituary, 292 Coxe (Henry Octavius), Bodleian
Comet, Donati's, 63

Librarian, death, 491
Concordium, Alcott House, Rich Crawford and Balcarres (Alexander,
mond, 457

25th Earl of), death, 462
*Congregational History,' Dr.Wad. Crawford sale, Mazarine Bible at,
dington's, 401

Congrés International de Bienfai. Creasy (Sir E.), death, 407
sance, 145

Critic, its founders, 430


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'Crockford's Clerical Directory,'| Liefde, 407 ; Hepworth Dixon's
its founders, 430

contributions, 435; death of
Croker (John Wilson), death, 30;| W. H. Wills, 455
reply to Macaulay, 515

Daily Telegraph, enlargement of,
Cromwell (Oliver), his great seal, 335; promotes Assyrian dis-

346; Letters and Speeches,' coveries, 338, 359 ; Stanley's

discoveries, 386; death of G.W.
Cross (Ashton) on a Universal Yapp, 462
Index, 388

Daily Universal Register, prede-
Cross (Launcelot), · Characteristics cessor of the Times, 426-
of Leigh Hunt,' 397

Dallas (E. S.), of the Times, death,
Crowe (Eyre Evans), editor of 433
Daily News, death, 220

Dalling (Henry, Lord), death, 298
Crown, Iron, of Lombardy, re- Dante, Dr. Barlow's legacies, 367
moval to Mantua, 90; Napoleon Darwin (Charles), “The Origin of
I. on, 91

1. Species,' 100
Crowquill (Alfred). See Forrester. Davies (Dr. Benjamin), of Regent's
Crowther (Bishop Samuel) re- Park College, death, 354

ceives Geographical Society Davis (Rev. W.), alleged cente-
medal, 482

narian, 483
Cruikshank (George), obituary, Davy (Sir Humphry), and Faraday,

392; and Bentley's Miscellany, 210; and Murchison, 278

Davy (Dr. John), death, 218
Crystal Palace, Handel Festival in Debts, national, of the world, 275

1862, 145; death of Paxton, Delane (J. Thaddeus), obituary, 424
179; aquarium, 271; Thornbury Delhi, its noble buildings, 6; cap-
on the ten Courts, 363n.

ture of, 7; Greathed on the siege
Cunningham (Lieut.-Col. Francis), of, 43 ; Capt. Medley at, 81
obituary, 352

Deluge, Chaldean account of, 338,
Cunningham (Peter), death, 244
Cureton (Harry Osborn), numis- De Morgan (Augustus), writes Dean

matist, gifts for the blind, 62 Peacock's obituary, 64; book
Curran (William Henry), obituary, wrongly ascribed to, 180; obi-

tuary, 266
Cust (Sir E.), death, 407

De Quincey (Thomas), obituary, 107
Cypriote inscriptions, their deci. Derby (Edward, 24th Lord), death,
pherment, 359

Cyprus, its cession to England, Deutsch (Emanuel Oscar), death,

398; early travels in, 399; books 313
on, 400, 417

| Devey (Louisa), “Life of Rosina,

Lady Lytton,' 302

Dibdin (Thomas) and Douglas Jer-
Daguerre (L. J. M.), photograph rold, 29

of, 459 ; his process, 466 Dickens (Augustus), his nickname
Daily News, death of E. E. Crowe, / Boz, 523n.; as Thomas Cash, 528

220; reduced to a penny, 227; Dickens (Charles), and amateur
Archibald Forbes, 264 ; death of theatricals, 24 ; on Douglas Jer.
John Forster, 357; Harriet Mar- rold, 70; starts All the Year Round,
tineau writes notice of herself 89, 529; on Adelaide Procter,
for, 372; death of Jacob de 164; and Bentley's Miscellany,

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