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Watkins


J. H. Van Cllef, Jr


Richmond C.H-




Danlel(\ Sprlng.steen ....

Thomas Noxon

Jacob Ved ler










Ballston Spa.
Schenectady.










John Morrison ~

Edward Kendall






Watklna.






Waterloo




Waterloo.




William H. Walling


Canton

Bath








William B Buyd


Henry Faucett

George C. Campbell


Bath.


Suffolk


J. Henrv Perkins ...'


Rlverhead

MuntlOello

Owepo


Rlverhead.


Sullivan


James D. Decker


Friend W. .Tohnsou

Horace A. Brooks


Montlcello.


Tioga


Thom;us F Pearl


Owego.
Ithaca-


Tompkins

Ulster.......


Horace L Root ..,...,..


Ithaca


Doctor Tarbell


John W. Kerr

Jf)hn Lovelan 1


K ngston


Charles W. Devo


Kingston.
Caldw^U


Warren ..


Caldwell


George P. Walt


Washington....
Wayne


OrlnS. Hall

John N Brownell


Salem

Lvons


William H KliuMld


Argyle.
Lvon'*


Albert F Redfi<dd


Westchester


Robert F. Brundage

George A Sweet


White Plains ...
Warsaw


J Malcom Smith


White Plain*,
Warsaw


Wyoming

Yates


Edward 3[. Jennings

George W. Spencer


John L Dlnturir.


PennYan.. .....


PennYan.













G-ENERAL INSURAI^^CE STATUTES

or THE

UNITED STATES.

WITH AN APPENDIX. Bringing the Laws down to 1871.

By GEORGE WOLFORD,

Late Deputy Superintendent of the Inso'-ance Department of the State of New York.

A. New Edition -Tiist I*iablislied.

:, . Vol. I. $10. Vol. II, $4.

Address ^ ^ • ^ WEED, PARSON'S & CO., Albany, N. Y.





U'Z


SvENiNQ Journal Almanac, 1872.


!






DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND TREASURERS IN THE STATE
OF NEW YORK.






Counties.


District Attorneys.


Residence.


Treasurers.


Residence.






Albany


Nathaniel C Moak


Albany


Alexander Kennedy

Daniel D. Gardiner

AlonzoC. Matthews


Albany.

.\ngelica.

Bingham toh.

Hinsdale.

Auburn.

Westfleld.

Elmlra.

Norwich.

Plattsburgb.

Hudson.

Preble.

Delhi.

Poughkeepsle.

Buffalo.

Elizabethtown.

ilalone.

Johnstovm.

Batavla.

Catsklll.

Wells.

Frankfort.

Watertown.

Brookh-n.

Denmark.

Geneseo.

Morrlsvllle.

Rochesler.

Canajoharie.

New York.

Lockport..

Rome.

Syracuse.

Canandalgua.

Goshen.

Albion.

3Ie.xlco.

Cooperstown.

Carmel.

Flushing.

Trov.

Rossville.

Spring Valley.

Potsdam.

Ballston Spa.

Schenectady.

Central Bridge.

RoadlngCentre.

Seneca Falls.

Bath.

Sag Harbor.

Montlcello.

Owego.

Ithaca.

Kingstoa.

Glens Falls.

Fort Edward.

Savannah.

Tarrytown.

Warsaw.

Penn Yan.






Allegany

Broome ... .


Rufus Scott .


Belmont






Peter W. Hopkins

William G. Laldlaw

William B. Mills


Blnghamton. ...

Elllcottvllle

Weedsport

Jamestown

Horseheads

Norwich






Cattaraugus....












Chautauqua....

Chemung

Chenango

Clinton


Edward R. Booty


Sherman Williams






AValterL. Dailey

Calvin L. Tefft








Nathan P. Wheeler

David F Doble






Henry E. Barnard


Plattsburgb

Hillsdale






Columbia

Cortland

Delaware


Charles M. Bell


Richard F Clark






Lewis Bouton


Cortland Vll. ...
Delhi .. . .








Ferris Jacobs, Jr


Thcop. F. Mcintosh

Walter C Fonda






Tristram Coffin


Poughkeepsle...
Buffalo






Benjamin H. Williams....

Arod K. Dudley

Samuel A Beman


William II Sirictt






FsseT


Elizabethtown .
Malone


Charles N. Williams

William D. Brennan






Franklin

Fulton






Richard H. Rosa


Broadalbin

Batavla








William C. Watson

Sidney Crowell


Anderson D. Tryon

Frederick Hill ,








Prattsvllle

Hope Centre ....

Newport

Watertown






Hamilton

Herkimer

Jefferson

Kings


James M. Brownell

Albert M. Mills


Patrick N. Crowe






Robert Ethridge






Pardon C. Williams

Winchester Brltton

Henry E. Turner


John M. Carpenter

Thomas A. Gardiner

Darwin Nash






Lewis


Lowvllle






Livingston


Edwin A. Nash


Lima


Theodore F. Olmstead....

Charies T. Bicknell

fJeOrce N Dprnlnc








Cana.stota

Rochester ,.

Fort Plain

New York

Lockport ,..

Utlca






Monroe ,


George Raines






Montgomery . .
New York


John D. Wendell








Samuel B Garvin


Francis A. Palmer*






M. M. Southworth






Oneida


David C. Stoddard'








Onondaga

Ontario ..


William P. Goodelle

Edwin Hicks.


Syracuse


George H Gilbert






Canandalgua. ...
Port Jervls


Geo. N. Williams








Lewis E. Can-








Henrv A. Childs








, Oswego


Newton W. Nutting


Osw"go


Luther H Conklin






Otsego


Cooperstown....
Cold Springs ....
Flushln-'


David A. Avery

John Cornish






Putnam


Samuel J. Owens






Queens


BenJ. W. Downing


Charles A Roe






Eensselaer

Richmond

Rockland

St. Lawrence...

Saratoga

Schenectady .„

Schoharie

Schuyler

Seneca

Steuben


Francis Rising


Trov


Samuel Gleison








Port Richmond
Clarkstown








Hiram B Fcnton ..


John B. Gurnee

Harvey N. Redway






Leslie W. Russell








Waterford

Schenectady ....
Sharon Springs.






Austin A. Yates.








Albert Baker








William L. Norton








Patrick J. Rogers


Seneca Falls








Alphonso It. Burrell

James H. TuthlU








Suffolk


Rlverhead

Jeftersonvillc ...








Sullivan


Alpheus Potts


James Williams..,






Tioga


Eugene B. Gere






Tompkins

Ulster.*


Merritt King


Ithaca

Highland

Glens Falls








Oliver P. Carpenter

Andrews. Cherltree

Royal C, Betts


Samuel D. Coy Kendall...
Daniel Peck






Warren






Washington....
Wavne








Charles H. Roy










Westchester ...

Wyoming

Yates


Daniel C. Briggs


Peeksklll


N Holmes Odell






Elbert E. Famian


Warsaw


Harwood A. Dudley

James Burns






Hanford Struble


Perm Yan

1














TH]

Addres


5 'alb AN

. WEEKLY RECORD

I^rice per

S

WEE!


* City Chamberlain.

Y LAW JOUR^

OF THE LAW ASD THE LA WYE!

yeai% SS.OO.
), PARSONS & CO., Albany


IS.

, N. Y.







Evening


Journal Almanac, 1872.


153




COUNTY JUDGES AND SURROGATES IN THE STATE OF NEW

,^r V. YORK.




Counties.


Judges.


1

Post-offlce.


Surrogates.


Post-offlce.






Thomas J. Yan Alstyne .


Albany




West Troy.

.\ngellca.

Bingham ton.

ElllcotvlUe.

Auburn.

MayvlUe.

Elmira.

Norwich.

Plattsburgh.

Hudson.

CortljuidvUle.

Delhi.

Poughkeepsle.

Bullalo.

Ellzabethtown.

Mulone.

Johnstown.

.e Roy.

)urham.

JorthvUle.

ilohawk.
Watertown.
Brook IjTi.
Lowviile.
Dansvllle.
Morrlsvllle.
Rochester.
Amsterdam.
New York.
Lockport.
Clinton.
CamlUus.
Canandalgua.
UnlonvUle.
Albion.
Mexico.
Otego.
Carmel.
Jamaica.
Troy.

Richmond.
Haverstraw.
Ogdensburgh.
\\ aterford.
Glenville.
CobleskUl.
Watklns.
Seneca Falls.
Coming.
Babylon.
Montlcello,
Newark Valley.
Ithaca.
Saugertles.
Glens Falls.
Salem.
Newark.
White Plains.
Warsaw.
Penn Yan.

Auburn.
Dunkirk.

Watertown.

Clinton.
Goshen.
Phoenix.
Canton.
Jeffersonvllle.

Cambridge.














William B. Edwardi.


Binebamton ....
FrahkhnvUle ..


William B. Edwards

WllMam Manly




Cattanlugus....




William E. IfughltL






Chautauqua....

Chemung

Chenango

Clinton


Jamestown

Elmira . .


Charies G Maples




Thomas S. Spauldlng


Thomas G. Spauldlng




Norwich




George M. Beckwlth


Plattsburgh ....
Chatham VU'ge
CortlaiidvUle ...
Delhi


GeorKe M. Beckwlth

Herman V. E.sselstyn




Columbia








Delaware

Dutchess

Erie










Poughkeepsle..






Roswell L. Bnrrows ;.








Ellzabethtown .








Albert Hobbs










Johnstown

Lc Roy

Durham

NorthvlUe*

Mohawk

Watertown

Brooklyn

LowvUle

Dansvllle '

MorrlsvUle

Brockport

Amsterdam

New York








Lucius N Bangs^


Lucius N Bangs




Greene . .


Manly B Mattlce


Manlv B M;ittTi>i




Hamilton

Herkimer

Jefferson














Azarlah H Sawyer


WUliam W. Taggart

Willlum 1). Vee.lur

Carlos P Scovll




Kings


Henrv A Moore




Lewis


Carlos P Srovil




Livingston


Samuel D. Faulkner

Charles L. Kennedy

Jf""ome Fuller


Samu.'l D. Faulkner

j Charl'-fl L. Kennedy

1 W. Dean Shuart

Solomon P Heath








Montgomery..

New York

Nlapara


Solomon P Heath . . ..




Charles P Daly . . ..


, Robert C. Hutchlngs

Joshua Gasklll




Hiram G;ir'lner


Lockport 1




Oneida


Ale.\an<ler U. BaJley

Henrv Kicirel


Rome «

Syracuse


1 Joseph S Avery . . .




Onondaga

Ontario

Orange


1 Cyrus Sweet




William H. Smith


Canandalgua ....

Newburgh

Albion

Mexico


Israel R. ParcfU

Henry A. Wadswoith

John G Sawyer




S. W. Fullerton

Tnlm a SHVcver




Orleans






Cvrus Whitney


T Warren Skinner




_8wregO


'<amuel S Eillck


Cooperstown ...


Byron J Scotleld






E'iward Wright


Edward Wright






John J. .\rmstrong








Rensselaer

Richmond








"Rpiirv B MpfraJf


Richmond

Haverstraw


Henrv B Metcali










St. Lawrence...








Charles S. Lester

Walter T. L. Sanders

Charles Holmes


Saratoga Spri'gs


CoruellUR A. WulUron

Walter T. L.Sanders

Charles Holmes




Schenectady ...
Schoharie




CobleskUl

Watklns








Seneca


Gilbert Wilcoxen


Seneca Falls

Coming


Gilbert Wilcoxen




Stpiihpn


George T Spencer


George T. Spencer




Suffolk


John R Reed


Babylon


John R. Rt'id




RnlHvHn


Albert J Bush


Montlcello

Newark Valley.
Ithaca


Albert J. Bush




Tioga


Charles \ Clark .


Charles A. Clark




Tompkins

Ulster


M. Van Valkenburgh


M. Van Valkenburgh

Peter Cantlne

Isaac J. Davis.












Glens Falls

Fort Edward....
Newark




Washington ...
Wavne


A. Dallas Walt n^'

Luther M. Norton

'^Ilas D Gifford




Luther M. Norton'




Westchester ...
Wyoming


Morrlsanla


1 Owen T. Coffin ,








Andrew Oliver

BPF.riAL JUDOEa.


Penn Yan


Andrew Oliver






PPECIAI. SURROGATES.

1 John T. M. Davie




Chautauqua....
Chenango




Fredonla

Oxford

Carthage


! Jabez B. Archibald

1 Ross C.Scott




Oscar 11. Curtis

John B. Emraes

George W. Rawson

William B. Bliss






Rochester

Rome


( Theodore Avery










MJddletown

Pulaski

Gouvemeur

Jeffersonvllle ...
Waverlv


Henry C. Duryea




Oswego

St. La-«Tence...
Sullivan


Andrew Z. McCarthy. Jr.
Edward H Neary






Horace D. Ellsworth

Edward H. Pinney




Edward H Pinney






J Newton Dexter


Daniel M. Westfall




1 Tompkins

Washlngtou....




Ithaca.....

Greenwich




Samuel Thoma«?








1




* Fulton countj
















20





154 Evening Journad Almanac,


1872.






VALUATION


AND STA


TE TAXES OF NE'


W YORK,


1871.








Countie.s.


Assessed
Valuation.


Equalized
Valuation.


Personal.


Aggregate.


state Tax,
1871.






$38,657,176
7,719,894
6,907.970
6,018,335
16,281,182
13.922,429
7,214,244
9,016,315
6, .371, 235
16,639,682
5, .301, 117
7,380,-591
20,927,018
43,392,351
4,94.3,970
5,a31,034
3,278,206
ll,<Vi8,.352
6,116,054
7.36, .550
8,258,266
12,198,050
189,1.54,438
3,5.36,550
12,126,154
8,620,802
23,066,624
6,141,953
742,103,075
12. 000, .504
14,6.'<1,949
27,265,1.54
14,855,898
23, .339, .358
9,068,202
12,566,497
9,612,388
4,58,5,398
is! 789! 195
21,720,013
6,763,926
5,817,9,38
9,582,241
4,666,779
4,6,54,969
3, 099, ,395
9,14.5,299
12, 81 9, .361
12, 21 8, .329


f38,.557,176
.S, 000, 000
7,000,000
8,018,335
:7,00f),000
15,022,429
8,214,244
10, .516, 315
.5, .371, 235
17,139,682
7,001,117
8,000,591
25,927.018
43. .',92. 351
4,943,970
.5.031,034
3,27.S,206
12,(K)0..352
5,109,781
736,5.50
7,. 550, 000
11,798,050
169,154,438
3, .536, 550
14,126,154
9,870,802
2.3,066,624
7,041,953
710,0.32,660
13, 000, ,504
27,581,949
30,265,1,54
15,855,898
23, .339, 358
9,568,202
13,566,497
11,112,388
4,-585,398
19,789,195
22,720,013
7,26,3,926
5,617,938
10,082,241
5,000,779
5,404,969
4,099,395
.8,645,299
14, 419. .361
12. 7 18. ,329


$7,.5a5,171

.>?39,673

797,186

537,102

4,068,698

1,832,016

1,017,568

1,279,310

792,745

4,218,421

733,876

1,122,501

8,225,2^3

8,155,240

499,427

749,761

507,336

2,177,574

1,006,273

10,610

1.539,064

2, 744,, 500

19,278.ti06

395.827

2,076,375

1,6.56,455

2,739,692

.529,116

305,292,699

1,881,825

2,166,411

4,275,275

3,589,861

7,575,049

1,103,499

1,-598,638

1,636,031

1,020,870

5,352,400

7,796,515

648,0.35

1,264,575

2,683,725

5,50, .301

6.38.852

36?, 881

1,48.3,273

1,3.32,758

1,503,663

2,1.52,9,50

1.53,219

711,925

1,367,6^^

2.3M.616

47.5, .581

3,0.59,867

1,767,234

7,709,512

1,101,011

915,608


$46,092,347

8,839,673

7,797,186

8,555,437

21,068,695

16,854,445

9,231,812

11,795,655

6,163,980

21,-35'*. 103

7,7;W,993

9,12;i,092

34. 152, 251

51,-547,591

. 5,443,397

5,780,795

3,785,542

14,177,926

6,116,054

747,160

9,089,064

14,542,-550

188,433,(^3

3,932,377

16, 202,529

11,527.257

2,5,.S06,316

7,571,069

1,015,325,3.59

14,882,329

29,748,360

34,540,429

19,445,749

30,914,407

10,671,701

15,165,135

12,748,419

.5,606,268

25,141,695-

30,516,528

7,911,961

6,882,513

12,766,966

6,551,080

6,043,821

4,468,276

10,128,-572

1-5.7-52,119

14,221,992

11,746,082

2,969,7-53

5, .501, 002

8,277,216

13,152,728

2,976,263

1.5,a39,896

14,839,157

58,311,713

9,2.3.3,896

8,287,261


60^7 82
44, 119 08
48,409 61

119,213 72
95,368 07
52,236 67
66,743 75
34,877 85

120,801 27

43.767 17
51,621 50

193,244 82
291,673 45
30,800 65
32,709 67
21,419 86
80,223 43
34,606 67
4,227 68
61,428 95
82,286 60
1,066,216 97
22.250 70
91,679 31
66,225 06
146,020 74
42.839 63
5,745,049 32
84,209 18
168,326 14
195,441 26
110,030 59
174,924 02
60,384 04
85,809 39
72,134 80
31,722 13
142,259 53
172, 672 69

44.768 .51
38,943 65
72,234 09
31,409 86
34,197 95
25,283 00
57,310 84
89,130 7+
80,472 77
66,463 25
16,8a3 85
31,12t) .50
46,8a5 ;J5
74, 422 .52
ir>,tiO (*!^
86,798 24
83,964 90

. 329,947 10
52,248 46
46,892 09
















CayuKii




Chauta.uQUa




ChcmuDK




Chenango




CllntoD • . . •




Columbia . .




Cortland












Erie




Essex

Franklin








Genesee'




(rreene




Uan^ilton




jjerltimer . •




Jefferson i

Kings „

Lewis








Madison




Monroe




Montgomery




New Yorli




Niagara




Oneida...








Ontario








Orleans








Otsego




Putnam




Queens




Kensselaer




Richniond ....




Rockland

Saratoga

Schenectady

Schoharie

Schuvler »...;

Seneca j








Steuben




Suffolk..,


9, .59,3, 132 1 9, .59.3. 132
2. HI 6,5.3* 2,81f.,r>.34
4,7.N9,i»77 , 4.789,077
5,909,528 6,909,.-)2K
10,7.S8, 112 10,788,152
2,192,tvS2 ! 2,5(K),(>S2




Sullivan




Tioga ,

Tompkins

Ulster

Warren




Washington


11,780,029
1.3,071,928
45,602,201
7,6.32..SX5
6,971,653


12,280,029
1.3,071,923
50,6<I2,2(>1
8,1.32.s.'<o
7,371.653




Wavne




Westchester








Yates . .. ..:;:::::::::::::::::;;::::::




Totals


$1,599,930,166


$1,599,930,166 1 $452,607,732


$2,052,537,898


$H, 613. 9 13 61












For schools, li mills, per c
of 1871 ; for bounty debt, 2 i
Laws of 1871 ; for canal floa
1871 ; for new work and extr
m nt), 1-5 mill, per chapter


rhe State T

hapter7l7, Law
nills, per chapt(
ting debt, unde
a repairs, i mill,
788, Laws of 187


rax— For "S

^ of 1871 ; for gei
;r 717, Laws of
r chapter 271, I
p^r chapter 9.30
3. Total 5 79-12(


Vhat Lev]

leral purposes
871 ; for new
aws of 1859, i
Laws of 1871
) mills.


led.

, li millB, per ch
capltol, 1 mill, I
mill, per chapt
; for Champlaln


apter 717, Laws
)er chapter 717.
er 717, Laws of
canal (enlarge-



Evening Jouknal Almanac, 187 2. 155



RECORD OF THE YEAR 1871.

FOREIUN EVENTS.

Januaky 1. King Victor Emannel mAke* bii tint entry into Rome. 2. Kliifr Anuuleui I of Spain arrivM at Madrid;
Frauco-Gemiiui w.-xr : C«pitulatinQ of Mezieret to th« QemuiDi ; defeat of the French at Uajiaiime. 'i. Ch&nfce of cabinet la
Holland. 4. Capitulation of llocroy to the German*. 5. The bombardment of I'arli liv the Germain bcftin*. 6. Defeat of the
French general Chan cv near Vendome. 7. Release of O'Donavan Ko»ta and other Keninns bv Uie British government. 9. Defeat
of Gen. Bourbaki at ViUerietel, near Vewul. 10. Capituiation of Peronne ; battle of Le Mans beifun. 12. Three day*'
fighting at Le M.ins. Chnniy'i army completely rcul>fd. 13. l^e Man* ocrupieil by the Gcmian* ; lortle from R-vriion Ijs Boiir-
eet. 14. Release of Fenian priwiner* confined'at Dublin. 16. Gen. Hourbaki make* an inefTectiuil attempt lo relieve B<'lfort.
17. St. Quentin re<-«ptured by the French ; Gen. Bourbaki repuUed in n lecond attempt to relieve Belfort. \H. King William of
Pnisda proclaimed Emperor of Germany at Veriaille*. \i. Another ii. effectual *ortie Ironi Pari* : defeat of (ien. Faidberbe at
St. Quentin ; the London conference on 'the Eaitem queation aK*euible>. -H. Radical Oi^turlaoce* al Pariti. the priton of Mazai
broken open. !3. Jules Favre goe* to Ver*aiHe* with propo*al* for <he capltiiUtion of Pari* ; Ricclotti <;aribaldi gain* a ilight
fucce** near Dijon. 25. Capitulation of Ijingwy. 27. Rome dei l;»rjd liie capilal of Italy. 28. Pari* ohpftulate* after i;il day*
tlege. 500,000 prisoner* lurrendered to the German*; an armistice of J 1 dayt a^eed upon. 29. 1'ha I'ari* forts surrendered to
the Germani ; cruihlnt' defeat of (ien. Bourbaki at Ponlarlier*.

FsBRi-ARY 1. Gen. Bourbaki. with the remnant ot hi* army, take* refujfe In Switierland. J. Arriv U of the Sar Domingo
commUiloner* at SamRn.v 5. Garabetta resign*. 8. Elections for the French national a»*embly ; opening of the British p*r-
liament ; the Eastern question settled by the Loudon conference. 12. First sitting of the French national assembly at Bor-
deaux. 13. ^The French government of defen«e resien*. 15. The Dominion parliament convene* at Ott.awa. 16. The anniitloe
extended fiv'e days In return for the capitulation of Belfort, after ii nejje of *eventy^ii day*. 18. M. 1 hier* chosen prt-sldent of
the French republic ; the new French ministry announced. 26. Preliminary articles of peace between Germany and France
(igned at Versailles.

MABCii 1. The Prussians enter Paris ; ratification of the peace prellmlnarie* by the French national assembly. 3. Evacuation
of Paris by the Germans. 6. Partial reorganization of the British cabinet. 18. The Black sea treaty signed at London. 18.
Insurrection of the national guards In Pans. 18. The bloody Sunday in Paris. 20. Arrival of Louis Napoleon at Chlselhurtt,
England. 21. Marriage of tbe Princes* I>onl*e of England MUl the Marquis of Lome; opening of the Oernian narliament.
22. Bloody revolution of the communists in Paris. 26. The communists carry the elections In Paris. 28. Maeting of the French
and German peace plenipotentiaries at Bruaaels. 3(i. Culmination of the yellow fever epidemic at iluenoe /yrei; ;he city
depopulated.

Ai-KiL 1. Cambridge wins the English university boat race. 2. The French lnsur;rent national* defeated al Conrbevoie.
4. Opening of the Spanish cortes by King Amadeus. 8. Important success of the French troops over thi' nationah at N'eullly.
14. The Dominion parliament prorogued. 17. Sharp fighting nt Asnieres and Neullly between tlie French army and the nation-
al* ; papal bull excommunicating Dr. DoUinger. 15. A twelve hours' armistice concluded at Pari*. ^>6. Hoalilitlet renuivad.

30. Intelligence received of a fearful famine in Persia.

May 1. Terrible earthquake in the Philippine island*. 5. Burning of the coolie ship Don Junn and 500 nooliei. T. Con-
ference between Jules Favre and- Bismarck at Frankfort-«n-the-Main. 8. Capture of Fort d'luy by the Venaillists. 10. Treaty
ofpeacc between France and Germany signed at Frankfort-on-the-Main. 13. The Pope Issue* an encyclical repudiating the
Italian guarantees. U. Capture of Fori \ anvres by tbe Versaillists. 16. Destruction of the Coliiiun Vendome, Paris, by the
communist*. 17. Terrible powder explosion at Paris, 600 persons killed. 21. The Versaillists fore* an entrance into f'aris ;
formal annexation of Al»aoe and Lorraine to Germany. 23. Partial occupation of P.iri* by the troops of the Versailles govern-
ment ; assassination of the French hostages in Paris (Archbikhop Darbov, lixty priest* and the noted banker Jecker*) W the
communists. 24. The TuiUcries and other palaces in Paris burned by the communists. 28. Final overthrow of tbe commune
after a week of street fighting in Paris : martial law declared in I'aris. 30. Victor Hugo expelled from Belgium. 31. Jules
Favre resigns the ministry of foreign aflairs under the Versailles government.

Junk 3. Completion ol telegrapnlc communication with China. 4. President B.nei, of San Domingo, defeats tha losarfcnta
under Cabral. 7. Funeral ob*e<^uie* of Archbishop Darboy, of Paris. 11. Commod.ire Rodger^, U. S. N., attack* and defeats
the Coreau*. 12. Discussion ol the treaty of \\ashington In the British parliament. 15. Tv.-entv-fifth .inniversarj- of the
PontiticaU of Pius IX. 16. Triumphal return of the German army to Berlin. 17. M. Rangabe, (ireek minister to the United
SUUs, recalled. 21. Earl de Grey created Marquis of Ripon. 22. I>ord Belper appointed president of the University of Lon-
don. 23. Resignation of Gregory, Greek patriarch at Constantinople ; decisive French victory in .Mgiers ; reported revival of
cannibalism in the Fe)tc' Islands. 24. Publication of threatening correspondence between (iermany and England. 27. Relea*«
of the Fenian Burke from an English prison. 29. Triumphal return of Wurtemburg troops to Stuttgart.

JCLV 1. Rome declared to be the capiUl of Italy ; elections in France - tlie R. ].ul.li.Mii> kurccsiful : execution of the Cuban
tn«urgent (ieneral-in-chief, Cavada, at Havana. 2. King Victor Emanuel arrives in Rome. ». Prince Frederick William of
Germany ami hi» wife vi;ii England; terrible powder explosion on a Greek man-of-war. 5. Juan^i re-elected president of
Mexico.' 7. Count de Chambord issues a proclamation to the French people. 1o. Stormy debate in the Spanish rortes on Cuban
afWr*; arrival of the miniature vessel " City of Ragusa " at Liverpool. 11. Resipiatlon of llie .Spanish minlitry ; triumphal
return of the Saxon troop* to Dresden. 12. Payment ol the firft iuslallment of the German indemoily by Kranre. J6. Terrible
powder explosion near Paris. 15. Appeal of the Evangelical alliance lo tlie ciar of Rnssia for r-ligious toleration; Archbishop
Guibert tuoeed* Darboy at Pari* ; terrible conflagration of shipping at Riga. 16. Riot at Vienna, Austria. 17. Mas* mt-etlng
In London broken up. 18. Riot at Greenwich, England ; di*astrous tire at Point a I'ietre, (iuadaioupe. 20. Final resignation
of the Sp."uilsh minUtry ; the purchase of commi**ion system in the British armv abolished : revival of the Mordaunt rase in
England. '.'2. Openin'gof the Portnpiese cortes. 25. Discovery of a Cuban tillibustering plot at .Montreal. 2«). Zorilla forms a
new Spanish minutry ; " Rataplan '^ win* the Goodwood cup race* In Knglani. 27. Jules Favre retires from tbe French min-
istry. 29. Dr. DoUinger elected rector of the university of Munich. 81. An allowiuice of j£15,000 granted to Prince Arthur of
England ; anil-royalty mass meeting in London.

Akjcrt 2. Annu.il convention of Young Men's Christian Ask.>ciations of Canada at St. Catherines. 8. Count de R«mu*at
appointed French Mini*ter of foreign aflair*, vice Favre resigned. 4. Alleged Cnbaa filllbu«ter* on trial at Montreal. 6. Great
riot at Dublin. 7. Trial* of comuiunlsU begun at Versailles, France. 9. Celebration of the Walter Scott oenternial In Scotland.

16. Telegraphic communication eomj'leted between England and Japan. 19. Centennial celebration of the birth of Beethoven at
Bonn, Germany. 21. The British parliament prorogumi ; departure of the Grand Duke Alexis from Cronstadt. W. Hurricane
in the Bahama islands. 23. Great Interoational scull race al St. John, New Brunswick ; sudden death of the champion oarsman
Renforth. 24. Stormy session of the French Assembly un the disannament of the national guard. 27. Riot in Rome : Mericui
outrages on the American vessel "Broth.!rs" in the gull of Mexico. 28. Favorable news from Dr. Livingstone, the African trav-
eler. 30. The terms of oflice of President Thiers prolong.d by the national aaimnbly ; political amnesty proclaimed 'n Spain.