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stone, 16

Newspaper Libel Bill, 154

Nolan, Colonel, 101, 105

No Rent Manifesto, 164-165

Northbrook, Lord, il

Northcote, Sir Stafford, 2; Budget,
4-5 ; Bradlaugh Case, 39, 43 ;
Fourth Party, 49-51 ; and Brad-
laugh, 174-i77; protection, 182 ;




Irish Policy, 201 ; ' Kilmainham

Treaty,' 213 ; and Lord R.

Churchill. 261-262 ; Suez Canal,

270 ; Ulster Campaign, 277 ;

National Debt, 283-284 ; 329; 338;

death of Duke of Albany, 342
Novikoff, Madame de, on Central

Asia, 324-325
Nubar Pasha, 226, 230, 342

O'Brien, W., 163, 271, 349
O'Connor, Arthur, 100, 163
O'Connor, T. P., 99, 286
O'Donnell, F. H., 87, 131, 217
O'Donnell kills James Carey, 274
O'Donoghue, The, and Coercion, 121
O'Donovan E., 171 ; death, 305-307
O'Kellv, James, 100, 131, 132, 163,

194, 198, 201, 258
'Old Whip,' The, and Lord Bra-
bourne, 15
Orange Disturbances, 275-279
Osborne, Bernal, death of, 249
O'Shaughnessy, Arthur, death of, 172
O'Shea, Captain, and ' Kilmainham

Treaty,' 209-215
Osman Digna, 313-318
Otway, Mr. Arthur, illness of, 342

P^ii Mali. Gazette, 272, 309-
310, 324-325

Palmer, E., death of, 245-246, 305

Parcels Post, 219

Parliament, meeting of, 115, 173,
256, 325

ParneD, C. S., 96-101, 105 ; Home
Rule motion, 108 ; speech attri-
buted to by Mr. Forster, 126 ; and
arrest of Michael Davitt, 127-
129 ; in Paris, 132-133 ; in
Dublin, 159 ; attacked by Glad-
stone, 161-162; arrested, 163-
165 ; Arrears Bill, 193-194 ; 201 ;
address on Phoenix Park mur-
ders, 204; 'Kilmainham Treaty,'
209-215 ; freedom of Dublin, 221 ;
Tramways BiU, 286 ; pxu'chase
clauses, 345

Pamell, Miss Anna, 133

Patents for Invention Bill, 285

Pattison, Mark, death of, 348

Peel, Mr. Arthur, 334, 342

Penjdeh dispute, 351

Planche', J. R., death of, 90

Playfair, Lyon, 124-125, 216-217

Plunket, Mr., 257


Postal notes, 86

Postal Savings' Bank Bill, 86

Power, Frank, death of, 350

Power, O'Connor, 103, 191

Power, Richard, 100, 131

Pretorius, M. \V., and Boer War, 74

Price, Mr. Bonaray, and Irish Land

Question, 143
Primrose, General, at Candahar, 63-

64, 67, 80
Prison Code, 97

'Privilege,' cry of, revived, 126
Punch and Mr. Gladstone, 15-16
Pusey, Dr., death of, 248

Queen's Speech, 1881, 115; 1882,

173 ; 1883, 256 ; 1884, 326
Quinn, J. P., 163, 271, 282

Raghed Pasha, 239
Rands, W. B., death of, 248
Reade, Charles, death of, 347
Redcliffe, Lord Stratford de, death of,

Redesdale's, Lord, measure against

Atheists, 178
Redmond, J., 100, 191
Redmond, W., 282
Reform BID, 334-341
Reid, Mayne, death of, 295
Rice, J., death of, 248
Ripon, Lord, in India, 61 ; and Ilbert

Bill, 289; and Gordon, 301
Ritchie, Mr., revives protection, 182
Roberts, General, relieves Candahar,

Robinson, Sir Hercules, and Trans-
vaal Convention, 81
Rogers, Thorold, and obstruction, 118
Rossetti, D. G., death of, 246-247
Rossmore, Lord, and Oraugeism, 278-

Roumania and Danubian Conference,

Russell, Charles, and Land Act, 145
Russia and naval demonstration, 57 ;

and Danubian Conference, 252-

256 ; takes Merv, 320

Said Pasha, 225-226

Salisburj-, Lord, 1-2 ; and Lord
Derby, 36 ; Land Act, 145-147 ;
Gladstone and Parnell, 102 ; Land
Act, 189 ; Irish policy, 195 ;
Arrears Bill, 218 ; and Randolph
Churchill, 261-263 ; attacked by




Mr. Chamberlain, 263-264; 265;

Agricultural Holdings Bill, 285 ;

Central Asia, 322 ; battle of Teb,

826 ; death of Duke of Albany,

341 ; accepts office, 354
Saunders, Captain, at Wakkerstrom,

Scobelefl' and Central Asia, 324
Sea Fisheries Bill. 286
Selborne, Lord, 11, 13, 33-34
Servia and Danubian Conference, 254
Settled Lands Bill, 219
Sexton, T., 99, 114, 135, 159, 163,

164, 198, 332
Seymour, Sir Beauchamp, 57-58, 239-

Shaftesbury, Lord, 178
Sharpe, S., death of, 171
Shaw, Mr., 97-98, 102, 105, 143,

191-1 9-2
Shechy, Father, 159
Shepstone, Sir T., 71
Smith, W. IL, 189
Smythe, Mrs., murder of, 222
Solicitors' Eemuneration Bill, 154
Sothern, G. A., death of, 171
Soudan, 296-320, 326-331, 342-344
South Africa Bill, 97
Spcdding, J., death of, 171
Spencer, Lord, 13, 195
Stanley, Dean, Swinburne on, 87 ;

death of, 169-170
Stansfeldt, Mr., 14
Stewart, Lieutenant-Colonel, 302, 310;

death of. 350
Storey, Mr., 163
Strachey, Sir J., 84
Suez Canal, 266-271
Sulljyan, A. M., 133 ; death of, 348
Sulliyan, T. D., 99, 114
Swinburne, A. C, and Dean Stanley,


Tagliom, Mme., death of, 346-347
Tamanieb, battle of, 317
Taylor, Tom, death of, 90
Tchnernaieff, and Central Asia, 323-

Teb, battle of, 313-315, 317, 326
Tel-el-Kebir, battle of, 243
Terrv, Miss Ellen, 344
Tewfik Pasha, Khediye, 231-244
Tewfik Pasha at Sinkat, 307 ; killed,



Thompson, Mr., 163, 209

Thomson, James, 153

Todhunter. J., death of, 345

Toulbah Pasha, 240

Tourguenieff, J., death of, 296

Traill, Major, 192-193

Tramways and Public Companies
Bill," 286

Transvaal, war in, 68-82 ; Conven-
tion, 82

Trelawnev, E. J., death of, 171

Trevelyan, G. O., 206-207 ; purchase
clauses, 347 ; resigns, 349

Tricoupis, 59

Trollope, Anthony, death of, 248-249

Truth. 42

Turkey and Dulcigno, 55-58 ; and
Greece, 58-59 ; and Danubian
Conference, 252-256 ; and Egypt,
223, 239

United Ireland suppressed, 165
Urgency rules, 131-132

Vaccination Bill, 84

Wagner, R., death of, 295

Wallace, Mackenzie, and Central Asia,

Ward, Mrs., death of, 171

Water Bill, 3-4

Webster, death of, 248

Wigan, Mrs. A., death of, 347

Williams, Sir Watkin, death of, 348

Wilson, Sir Rivers, 228-230, 269

Winslow, Colonel, at Potchefstrom, 81

Wolff, Dr., 49

Wolfi; Sir Henry, 39-40 ; and Fourth
Party, 48-49; and 'Kilmainham
Treaty-,' 197

Wolselev, Lord, and Boers, 71-72 ; in
Egypt, 243-244 ; Khartoum Ex-
pedition, 349-351

Wood, Sir Evelyn, and Boer War,
78, 80

World, 42 ; libel case, 344

Worms, Baron de, 328

Takoob Bey and Kashgar, 324
Yates, Mr. Edmund, 344

Zebehr Pasha, 300-301, 312
Zetland, Lord, and Mr. Gladstone,

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