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" Observations on Mr. Hoskisson's
Speech," pamphlet by Place, 228

O'Connell, Daniel, 329, 336

O'Connor, Feargus, Chartist, 336,
371 seq.
- Roger, 51, 55

"Offences on the Sea," Bill con-
cerning, 180

Onslow, Sergeant, 159

" O.P." riots, 48

O'Quigley and French Government,
27

Owen, Robert, 63 seq.
in debate on Free Trade, 361

influence on Rotundanists, 266

influence on Chartism, 354



PADDINGTON parish meeting on
Reform Bill, 306

Paine, Thomas :

his " Age of Reason " pub-
lished by Place and another, 28
his "Rights of Man" pub-



lished, 6 1
Palmerston, Lord, and Reform Bill,

286

" Panopticons," Bentham's, 104
Parkes, Joseph, of Birmingham :
his work in Reform Bill agita-
tion, 276, 298, 299, 302, 303, 309

(1832) desired by Place to begin

fresh agitation, 327



410



INDEX



Parkes, Joseph, of Birmingham :
(1833-1835) work on Poor-

Law Commission, 331 seq., 341

teg.

(1834) wrote to Place for
Government, 354

visited Place in his old age,

398

Parliament, first, of William IV.
(1830), 247

of 1831, 263

first Reformed, 328

of 1835, 335

Queen Victoria's first (1837),

366

" Parliamentary Candidates' So-
ciety," 260 seq.

Parliamentary Reform Association,
the Metropolitan (to gain Char-
ter), 391

speech of Hume to, on Place's

death, 398

"Parliaments, History of," Place's
review of, 87

Place's materials for his own

work on, 127

Triennial, 259, 327

Partnerships, petition concerning,
proposed, 288

Paull, James, candidate for West-
minster, 44 teq.

Peel, Mr. Robert :

(1822) took office, 184

(1825) action on Combination

Laws, 229, 236

(1832) refused office, 295

(1834) Premier, 335
- (1835) resigned, 336

(1835) action on Municipal

Corporation Bill, 346
Peers, fifty to be created, 295
" Peers, the, and the People,"

pamphlet by Place, 343
" Peers or Revolution," popular

cry, 276

Penny Postage, 386 seq.
" People's Charter, the, 359, 365

in pamphlet form, 367

Percy, Lord, elected at West-
minster (1806), 41



Percy, Mr., secretary of Western
Committee, 130

Perry, Erskine, in Parliamentary
Candidates' Society, 261

work in Reform agitation, 279,

280, 283, 287

Perry, Thomas (father of above),
editor of Morning Chronicle, 143

Personal appearance of Place, 16

Perth, the Academy at, 100

Pestalozzi, 97 n.

"Peterloo," 141 teq.

Petition from Birmingham Char-
tists, 371 teq.

" Philip Beauchamp," 83

" Pigs' Meat," a tract by Spence, 61

Pitkeithly, Lawrence, 326

Pillans, Mr., of Edinburgh, 100

Pitt and Grenville Acts, 25

Place, Annie (daughter), 99

Simon (father), 3

"Tom" (son), 71

" Plan of Parliamentary Reform,"
by Bentham, 84

"Pledges to be given by Candi-
dates," pamphlet by Place, 326

Philadelphian Chapel in Finsbury,
Rotundanist meetings at, 274

Police, the new, 248 n.

Political and Moral Magazine, 337,

338
Political economy, defence of, by

Place to working-men, 161
denounced by Rotundanists,

276
Political Register, Cobbett's, 41, 116,

124, 293, 297

Political Union of Birmingham, 251
"Political Union, the National,"

formation of, 279, 288

petition to Lords, 291

part in Reform Bill agitation,

294, 298, 314
mass meeting organised

306 teq.

issued tract on pledges, 326



by,



Poor Law, Commission on, 331 teq.

Act passed, 333

the New, abused by Chartists,

366, 370, 373



INDEX



411



Poor Man's Guardian, the, political

economy of first number, 269
prosecuted for Stamp Duty,

337, 348
as Rotundanist organ, 285

article denouncing Reform
in, 290

under O'Brien, 353

"Population, Of," by Godwin, 157
" Illustrations and Proofs of

the Principle of," by Place, 157,

165, 169
" Inquiry Concerning,' 5 by En-

sor, 1 66

Potteries Bill, 180
Powell, James, of Westminster, 45,48
Powell, Thomas, Rotundanist, 272
" Powell," of Morning Chronicle, 275
Prentice, Archibald, 81
Press prosecutions, 191
Preston, election at, in 1830, 265
"Priestcraft, Popular History of,"

334
Prisoners, political, in Coldbath

Fields, 43
Procession, Burdett's triumphal, 55

seq.

for Dorchester labourers, 356
of petitioners for Reform Bill,

275. 2 77

"Pure Spring Water Co.," Place
secretary of the, 330



QUEEN ADELAIDE, 297

her project of flight, 312

Queen Caroline: her divorce, 150 seq.

Victoria's accession, 366
Queen's Square, Bentham's house in,

65

to be used as school, 99, m



RADICAL Club, the, 388 seq.
"Radical Reform, Plan of," by

Cartwright, 21
"Radicalism, the Five Points of,"

366

" Rag-botheration," 372
"Rag-fair breeches," 8



Rate-collectors as election inspec-
tors, 138, 150

Rates and taxes to have been paid
by voters, 325

"Rationale of Judicious Evidence,"
by Bentham, 80, 83

Red Lion Square, Rotundanists in,
271

"Reform Agitation, History of,"
by Place, 385

Regent unpopular, 121

Regent's proclamation against sedi-
tious meetings, 140, 142

Regent Park meeting of parishes on
Reform Bill, 306

Register, Cobbett's. See Political
Register

Register, Extraordinary (Hone's), 124

"Reply to Lord Erskine," Place's,

139
" Restorer of Society to its Natural

State," by Spencer, 61
Revell, Major, and National Political

Union, 307
Ricardo, D. :
his influence used for James



Mill, 78

- pressing for rendering of
Finance Accounts, 160

- influence of his economics,



168, 267

Richards, Dr., Vicar in Westmin-
ster, 181

Richmond, the Duke of, and Reform
Bill, 286, 295

Richter, John, "tool of Place," 56

Ridley, Sir M. W., and Combination
Laws, 235

Rioters, Special Commission to try,

254
Roebuck :

his work for Reform Bill, 283

publishing pamphlets, <xc.,

337. 349

work for Charter, 367-369

Rogers, Samuel, and Lancastrian

Society, 94
Rom illy. Sir Samuel :
elected for Westminster (1818),



412



INDEX



Romilly, Sir Samuel :

his suicide, 132

his account of Place, 77
Rosslyn, Lord, and Combination

Laws, 216, 239
Rotunda, in Blackfriars Bridge Road,

meetings at, 272
" Rotundanists, the," 272 seq.
Rural police, resolutions of Chartists

concerning, 373
Russell, Lord John :

(1818) nominated for West-
minster, 133

as Whig leader, 143, 152, 336

- action on Reform Bill, 256,
257, 366

brought in Municipal Corpora-
tion Bill, 342

Cobden to take office under,

396



ST. ANDREW'S, Holborn, parish
meeting on Reform Bill, 307

St. Bride's Church, mob at, 296

St. James's Palace, the crime in, 54

St. Pancras' parish meeting on Re-
form Bill, 306

St. Peter's Fields, Manchester
("Peterloo"), 140

Santos, Mr. Dios, among Rotun-
danists, 373

Savage, Mr. :

in " O.P." riots, 48

at Marylebone Reform meeting,
307

"Savage Parliament, the," 147, 148
Say, J. B., French economist, 158,

237

Scarlett, the Attorney-General, 191
Scavengership offered to Place. 15
"Schools for All," James Mill's

essay, 99 n.
Schools, National, Place's ideal of,

378 seq.

" Scot and Lot " Boroughs, 39, 265
Scotsman, the, on "Peterloo," 144
on Combination Laws, 204,

207
Scot, Mr., in "O.P." riots, 48



" Scots Greys " at Birmingham, 299
Seamen of the North, petition from,

242
"Second Reply to Lord Erskine "

by Place, 143 n.
Sellis, Joseph, and the Duke of,

Cumberland, 54
Septennial Act, pledge demanded

for the repeal of, 327
Sheffield cutlers' present to Place,

240

delegates excluded from Com-
bination Laws Committee, 231
Shepherd's Market, May fair, 138
Sheridan, R. B., 40, 41, 47
Shields, shipwrights of, 235

South, seamen of, 186

Shipbuilders and Combination Laws,

the, 221, 230

Shippon, a shipwright, 235
Shipwrights' Union, 222

from Shields, 235

" Short Defence of the Whigs, A,"
by Lord Erskine, 139

Sidmouth, Lord, 62

his circular to Lord - Lieu-
tenants, 140

Silvester, Sir John, 204

Sinking Fund, the, 159 seq.

Six Acts, the, 123, 148

" Six Points " of the Charter, 365

Skene, Philip, and George, Rotun-
danists, 272

Skilled labourers, the poverty of
(quotation from Place), 382

Smith, William :

and his geological map, 101

Radical M.P., 143

of Glasgow, 219

Socialism, Place bars speeches on,

370

and currency, 372

"Socialist," word first used, 353
"Society for Promotion of Useful

Knowledge" refuse Place's help,

169
Spence, Thomas, Land Nationalise^

6 1 seq.
" Spencean Philanthropists, Society

of," 62



INDEX



413



Spring Rice, Mr., Chancellor of the

Exchequer, 341, 349
Stamp Duties. See Newspaper Stamp

Duties
Stamps, Commissioners of, use of

their power, 337
Stanley, Lord, 144
Stansfield, Hamer, letter to Place,

389
Star, the, and the Combination

Laws, 204
State Trials of Thomas Hardy and

others (1794), 23

" Statute of Apprentices," 95, 159
Steamboat passengers, tax proposed

on, 253

Stock Exchange, hoax on, 56
Strangford, Lord, and Reform Bill,

3i3

Stuart, Sir John, and Lady Jane,
James Mill writes account of,
70 n.

Suffrage, Universal, Place's view
on, 304

on Household, 390

Sun, the, read in the country, 392
" Surplus Value " theory, 267
Sussex, the Duke of, and Lancas-
trian Association, 108



"TABLE of the Springs of Action,"

by Bentham, 83
Tailors, master : their desire to put

down the Union, 201, 202
Tavern, City of London, meeting at,

125

Tavern, the Crown and Anchor :

meeting of Westminster elec-
tors at, 43, 55, 129

meeting of National Political

Union at, 259, 277, 282

Tavistock, Lord, and " Peterloo,"

147
Taxes, proposed refusal to pay, 251,

297

Taylor, Sir Herbert, 213
" Dr," revolutionist, wrote in

Northern Star, 1839, 373
Teetotal lectures by Vincent, 379



Ten Hours Bill, 354

Place opposed to, 173

Thelwall, John, trial of, 23

in Westminster elections, 138
Thistlewood, George, 142

conviction after Cato Street

Plot, 149

Thomas, Mr., an elector of West-
minster, 40

Mr., police-inspector, 248 n.
Thompson, Col. Perronet, 360, 379
Thompson, William, author of Labour

pamphlet, 268

"Three Days' Revolution," recep-
tion of news of, 243, 244
Tierney, Mr., M.P., 140, 147
Times, the compositors prosecuted,
200

attitude on Combination Laws,

204

connected with shipping

interest, 222

Tontine Sick Club, a, 19
Tooke, Eyton, 86

, Home, trial of, 23

Tooting, Lancaster's school in, 94
Torrens, Colonel, and Place, 178

seq.
Tower prepared for defence during

Burdett's imprisonment, 51
Trades club, Breeches-Makers', 6
Trades' Newspaper and Mechanics'

Weekly Journal, 162, 172
Trades Union, the Grand National,

265, 354, 355-358

the Metropolitan, 269

" Trades Unions condemned, Trades
Clubs justified," and kindred
pamphlets by Place, 356
Traveller, the :

article by Place on Land

Nationalisation, 173

articles on Sinking Fund, 160

articles on Whigs, 185



Treason and Sedition Bills, 25
"Trifling Mistake of Lord Erskine '

148
Troops ordered to the Metropolis,

5i
Truck Act, Place's views on, 175



414



INDEX



Tufnell, E. C., factory commissioner,

355
Turner, James, of Manchester, and

Grand National Trades Union, 359
' ' Twopenny Trash," Cobbett's

paper, 1 1 6
Tyne and Wear, seamen of, 240



UTILITARIAN school, the. See

Chaps, iii. and vi.
" United Englishmen" and " United

Irishmen," 27

Universal Suffrage, Place on, 304
- agitation for, 367. See cdao

"Six Points"
" and Annual Parliaments



against Mr. Brougham and the
Whigs" : Place's article, 124
University for London proposed, 193



VESTRY Bill, 154, 155

Victualling Office men ordered to

make casks, 358
Villiers, C. P., 391
Vincent, Henry :
candidature for Banbury

(1841), 379

Chartist, 362, 365

lecturing tours, 396, 379
Vinegar Yard, Place's birth in, 2
Volunteers called out in Burdett

dispute, 51

Voters in Westminster, the kind of
(1807), and in London generally
39



WADE, editor of the Gorgon, 204
Wakefield, Edward, 66

member of National Political

Union, 288

See generally Chap. iv.



Wakley, T., M.P., editor of Lancet,

282, 284, 349
opposition to Anatomy Bill,

288
Walcheren expedition, 49



Wales, Chartist drilling in South,

375

Wall, Mr., in " O.P" riots, 48

Wallace, Robert, correspondent of
Place's, 386

Right Hon. Thomas, and com-
mittee on Combination Laws, 207,
228, 236

Warburton, Henry, M.P., 278, 325,

335. 338

work on Penny Postage, 387

seq.

connection with Chartism, 388

connection with Anti-Corn-Law

League, 391
Warden, Mr., Rotundanist, 271,

272
Wardle, Col. : his connection with

Burdett, 55, 119
Watson, James :

Chartist, 365

prosecuted, 291
Rotundanist, 272

" Waverers, the," 292, 294
"Wealth of Nations, the," God-
win's criticism of, 157
Weavers of Spitalfield, the, 239
Weedon Barracks, soldiers at, 318
Wellington, Duke of :

See Chaps, ix. x. xi.

took office in 1834, 335
Welsh, a shipwright, 235

iron-miners, 371

Westminster as a constituency,

Place's view of, 29

as an electoral district, 39

contest with House of Com-



mons (1810), 48 seq.

elections previous to 1807, 40-

43
election in 1807, 44 seq.

election in 1818, 129-132

election in 1819, 133-139
election in 1820, 149 seq.

"Electors, Report to, "Place's,

134

gas strike, 357

Review, 86 seq., 187

Westminster, the Duke of, and

education, 112



INDEX



415



West London Lancastrian Associa-
tion, 96 scq.

Wharncliffe, Lord, and Reform Bill,
286-292

"Whig Club, the," 40

Whitbread, Mr., and Lancastrian
Association, 107

White, George, clerk in House of
Commons, 181, 207 scq.

White Conduit House, mass meet-
ing proposed at, 285

Wife, Place's first, 5, 1 6, 31, 35

her friendship with Mrs. Mill,

72 seq.

her death, 194 seq.

Place's second, 196

his separation from, 397

Wigg, Robert, Rotundanist, 272
Wilberforce's pronouncement on

" Peterloo," 147
Willett, Mr., in "O.P." riots, 48
William IV. :
Place's view of, 242, 297

visit in state to City post-
poned, 248

attacked on Constitution Hill,

296

position of, in Reform Bill

crisis, 289 seq., 319, 320

Williams, Mr. John, legal authority,
on Combination Laws, 235



Williams, Thomas, publisher of
"Age of Reason," with Place, 28

Windows not to be broken in illu-
minations, 260

Wolseley, Sir Charles, and West-
minster election (1819), 138

Wood, Alderman :

and Burdett dispute, 49, 50

and Combination Laws, 209

Wool Laws, Place works for Repeal
of, 1825-27, 186

Wooller, editor of Black Dwarf t 84,
138, 142

"Working Classes, History of the
Movements of," MS. by Place,
132

"Working-Men's Association," 359
seq.

branches, 366

meetings of, 360

- open-air meeting in Palace
Yard, 369

printed charter, 367



Wych Street, Place's life in, 16



YOEK, Duke of, denounced, 48
Yorkshire, Chartist drilling in,

375

Young, "Tom," Melbourne's facto-
tum, 276, 303, 355, 357



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INDEX OF AUTHORS AND EDITORS.


Page


Page


Page


, Page


Abbott (Evelyn) - 3, 18


Baden-Powell (B. H.) 3


Bosanquet (B.) - 14


Cochrane (A.) - - 19


(T. K.) - - : 4


Bagehot (W.) - 7, 16, 29


Boyd (Rev.A. K. H.)7,2g, 31


Coleridge (S. T.) - 20


(E. A.) - - 14


Bagwell (R.) - - 3


Brassey (Lady) - 8, 9


Comyn (L. N.) - 26


Acland (A. H. D.) - 3


Bain (Alexander) - 14


(Lord)' 3,8,11,16


Conington ( [ohn)


Acton (Eliza) - - 28


Baker (Sir S. W.) - 8, 10


Bray (C. and Mrs.) - 14


Conybeare(Rev.W.J.)


Adeane (J. H.) - - 7


Baldwin (C. S.) - 14


Bright (Rev. J. F.) - 3


& Howson (Dean) 27


jEschylus - - 1 8


Balfour (A. J.) - 11,31


Broadfoot (Major W.) 10


Corbett (Julian) - 3


Ainger (A. C.) - - n


Ball(J. T.) - - 3


Brogger (W. C.) - 8


Corder (Annie) - 19


Albemarle (Earl of) - n


Baring-Gould (Rev.


Brookings (W.) - 29


Coventry (A.) - - n


Allen (Grant) - - 24


S.) - - -27,29


Browning (H. Ellen) 9


Cox (Harding) - 10


Allingham (W.) - 18,29


Barnett (Rev. S. A. &


Buck (H. A.) - - ii


Crake (Rev. A. D.) - 26


(F.) 21


Mrs.) - - - 16


Buckle (H. T.)- - 3


Creiehton (Bishop)- 3,4


Andre (R.) - - 12


Baynes (T. S.) - - 29


Bull (T.) - - - 28


Crozier (J. B.) - - 14


Anstey (F.) - - 21


Beaconsfield (Earl of) 21


Burke (U. R.) - - 3


Crump (A.) - 21


Archer (W.) - - 8


Beaufort (Duke of) - 10, n


Burrows (Montagu) 4


Cuningham (G. C.) - 3


Aristophanes - - 18


Becker (Prof.) - 18


Butler (E. A.) - - 24


Cuizon (Hon. G. N.) 3


Aristotle - - 14, 18


Beesly (A. H.) - - 19


(Samuel) - - 29


Cutts (Rev. E. L.) - 4


Armstrong (G. F.


Bell (Mrs. Hugh) - 19






Savage) - 19


(Mrs. Arthur) - 7


Cameron of Lochiel 12


Dallinger (F. W.) - 4


(E- J- Savage) 7, 19, 29


Bent (J. Theodore) - 8


Cannan (E.) - - 17


Davidson (W. L.) - 14, 16


Arnold (Sir Edwin) - 8, 19


Besant (Sir Walter)- 3


(F. Laura) . 13


Davies (J. F.j - - 18


(Dr. T.) - - 3 ; Bickerdyke(J.) - ii


Chesney (Sir G.) - 3


Deland (Mrs ) - - 21, 26


Ashley (W. J.) - 16 1 Bicknell (A. C.) - 8


Chisholm (G. G.) - 25


Dent (C. T.) - n


Astor (J- J-) - 21 Bird ( R -) - - - 3 1


Cholmondelev-Pennell


Deploige - - - 17


Atelier duLys( Author Black (Clementina) . 21


(H.) - ii


De Salis (Mrs.) - 28, 29


of)- - - - 26


Blackwell (Elizabeth) 7


Cicero - - - 18


De Tocqueville(A.)- 3


Ayre (Rev. J.) - - 25


Bland (Mrs. Hubert) 20


Clarke (Rev. R. F.) - 16


Devas (C. S.) - - 16


Boase (Rev. C. W.)- 4


Clodd (Edward) - 17


Dickinson (G. L.) - 4


Bacon - - 7, 14 Boedder (Rev. B.) - 16


Clutterbuck (W. J.)- 9


Diderot - - - 21



INDEX OF AUTHORS AND EDITORS continued.



Page


Pate


Page


Page


Dougall (L.) - - 21


Hudson (W. H.) - 24


Miss Molly (A uthor of) 26


Sophocles - - 18


Dowell (S.) - - 16


Hueffer (F. M.) - 7


Molesworth (Mrs.) - 26


Soulsby (Lucy H.) 26, 31


Doyle (A. Conan) - ai


Hume (David) 14


Montague (F. C.) - 6


Spedding (J.) - - 7. 4


Dreyfus (Irma) - 30


Hunt (Rev. W.) - 4


Montagu (Hon. John


Sprigge (S. Squire) - 8


Du Bois(W. E. B.)- 4


Hutchinson (Horace G.) ii


Scott) - - 12


Stanley (Bishop) - 24


Dufferin (Marquis of) n
Dunbar (Mary F.) - 20


Ingelow (J ean '9i *&


Moore (T.) - - 25
(Rev. Edward) - 14


Steel (A. G.) - - 10
(J. H.) - - 10




James (W.) - - 14


Morgan (C. Lloyd) - 17


Stephen (Leslie) - 9


Eardley-Wilmot (Capt.


;efferies (Richard) - 30


Morris (W.) - ao, 22, 31


Stephens (H. Morse) 6


S.) - 8


]lenery-Shee (R.) - 17


(Mowbray) - n


Stevens (R. W.) - 31


Ebrington (Viscount) 12


] erome (Jerome K.) - 22


Mulhall (M. G.) - 17


Stevenson (R. L.) - 23, 26


Egbert (J- C.) - - 18


' ohnson (J. & J. H.) 30


Munk(W.) - - 7


Stock (St. George) - 15


Eggleston (E.) - - 4


Jones (H. Bence) - 25


VT IV


'Stonehenge' - - 10


Ellis (J. H.) - - 12
(R. L.) - - 14
Evans (Sir John) - 30


(Owen G.) - 9
ordan (W. L.) - 16
'[owett (Dr. B.) - 17
;!oyce(P. W.) - - 4


ISansen (r.) 9
Nesbit (E.) 20
Nettleship (R. L.) - 14
Newman (Cardinal) - 22


Storr (F.) 14
Stuart- Wortley (A. J .) 1 1 , 12
Stubbs (I. W.)- - 6
Sturdy (E. T.) - - 30


Farrar (Dean) - - 16, 21


Justinian 14


Ogle(W.)- - - 18


Suffolk & Berkshire


Fitzwygram (Sir F.) 10




Oliphant (Mrs.) - 22


(Earl of) - - ii


Folkard (H. C.) - 12


Kalisch (M. M.) - 32


Oliver (\V. D.) - 9


Sullivan (Sir E.) - n


Ford (H.) - - 12


Kant (I.) 14


Onslow (Earl of) - ii


(J.F.) - - 26


Fowler (Edith H.) - 21


Kaye (Sir J. W.) - 5


Orchard (T. N.) - 31


Sully (James) 15


Foxcroft (H. C.) - 7


Kerr (Rev. J.) - - n


Osbourne (L) 23


Sutherland (A. and G.) 6


Francis (Francis) - 12


Killick (Rev. A. H.) - 15


P-rL- /\/ \ T -


(Alex.) - - 15


Freeman (Edward A.) 4


Kitchin (Dr. G. W.) 4


arK i w .)


Suttner (B. von) - 23


Froude (James A.) 4, 7, 9, 21
Furneaux (W.) - 24


Knight (E. F.) - 5,9, u
Kostlin (J.) 7


Parr (Louisa) - - 26
Payne-Gallwey (Sir
R.) - - - ii, 13


Swinburne (A. J.) - 15
Symes (J. E.) - - 17


Gallon (W. F.) - 17
Gardiner (Samuel R.) 4
Gathorne-Hardy (Hon.
A. E.) - - 12


Ladd (G. T.) - - 15
Lang (Andrew) 5, 10, n, 13,
17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 26, 30
Lascelles (Hon. G.)


Peek (Hedley) - - ii
Pembroke (Earl of) - n
Phillipps-Wolley(C.) 10,22
Pleydell-Bouverie (E. O.) 1 1

P-l /\\7 \ T-l


Tacitus - - - 18
Tavlor (Col. Meadows) 17
- (Una) - - 23
Tebbutt (C. G.) - ii


Gerard (Dorothea) - 26
Gibbons (J. S.) - ii, 12
Gibson (Hon. H.) - 13


IO, II, 12

Laughton (J. K.) - 8
Laurie (S. S.) - - 5


ole (vv.) - - - 13
Pollock (W. H.) - ii
Poole ( W . H . and Mrs.) 29


Thompson (N. G.) - 13
Thornhill (W. J.) - 18
Todd (A.) ... 6


(C. H.) - - 14
(Hon. W.) - 32



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