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Holditch, John's. | Monekton, Caius.

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Roe, Downing

THEOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.-EASTER, 1868.

EXAMINERS.

J. A. Jeremie, D.D., Regius Professor of Divinity.
W. Selwyn, D.D., Margaret Professor of Divinity.
T. R. Birks, M.A., Trinity.
W. R. Churton, M.A., King's.
J. M. Fuller, M.A., John's.
A. Holmes, M.A., Clare.

MIDDLE BACHELORS.

FIRST CLASS.

*Gwatkin 5, John's.

SECOND CLASS.

Bodkin, King's.
Boys, Emmanuel.

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Honeyburne, Catherine's.

THIRD CLASS.

Amps, Emmanuel.
Clark, Corpus.
Crosbie, Trinity.
Cussons, Catherine's.

Dyce, Trinity.
Harvey, C. W., Trinity.
Hindley, Sidney.

5 Distinguished in Hebrew; Hebrew Prize; Scholefield Prize for Biblical Greek.

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THIRD CLASS.

Cooper, Trinity H. | Gray, Trinity Kennett, Trinity.

Lofthouse, Trinity H.
Rigg, Trinity.
Irving, Trinity.

6 Distinguished in Hebrew.

INDEX.

N.B. The figures between [ ] refer to Part I.

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ABBEY MILLS Pumping Station, opening

of, 94
ABERGELE, ACCIDENT to Irish Mail Train

near, 106, [188].
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION, Successful re-

sult of, [139]; Thanks of both Houses
of Parliament voted to the General
Commanding, the officers, and men,
[140]; Sir Robert Napier created a
Peer, [142]; narrative of events pre-
ceding, [233]; Sir Robert Napier
selected to command the Expedition,
[235]; Engagement with King Theo-
dore's troops, [243]; Release of the cap-
tives, [ib.] ; Attack on Magdala, (ib.) ;
Death of the King, [244] ; Sir Robert
Napier's address to the Army, [ib.] ;

Return of Expedition, [245].
ACADEMY, vide ROYAL ACADEMY.
ACCIDENTS.-Fall of old sugar house at

Hull, 122; Fatal panic at a Manchester
Music Hall, 91; Fall of a warehouse
at Liverpool, 139; Falling-in of a house
at Rochdale, 155.–Vide ExPLOSION,

FIRES, RAILWAY.
ACCIDENTS AND DISASTERS, [187].
ACCOUNTS, PUBLIC. Income and Expen-

diture of the year, 218.
ADAM, MR., becomes one of the Lords of

the Treasury, [177].
ADMIRAL, LORD High, Right Hon. H.

T. Corry and others Commissioners for

executing office of, 252.
ADMIRALTY ADMINISTRATION.

Mr.
Seeley's motion for Select Committee,
[113]; Mr. Corry's reply, [114]; Com-
mittee appointed, [ib.]; Mr. G ves'
motion for diminution of Dockyards,

[ib.]; withdrawn, [115].
AFRICA (WEST) SETTLEMENTS, Sir A.

E. Kennedy appointed Governor, 250.
“ ALABAMA," THE, CLAIMS.-History of,

[125]; Discussion in House of Com-
mons, Mr. G. Shaw-Lefevre's speech,
[126] ; Lord Stanley's speech, [127];
Mr. Mill's, [129]; Mr. Gladstone's,
[130]; Discussions in House of Lords
originated by Earl Russell, [ib.];
opinions expressed by the Lord Chan.
cellor, [131]; and Lord Westbury,

[132].
ALFRED (PRINCE), vide DUKE OF EDIN-

BURGH.
AGRARIAN MURDERS in Tipperary, 101.
AILESBURY, MARQUIS OF, becomes Master

of the Horse, [177].
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS AND, 250.
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, Hon. W. Stuart

appointed Minister to, 250.
ARGYLL, DUKE OF, becomes Secretary for

India. [176].
ARGYLL, DUCHESS OF, becomes Mistress

of the Robes, [177].
ARMY ESTIMATES, moved by Sir John

Pakington, [115]; carried, [117].
Arrow, FREDERICK, Knighted, 252.
Art, Retrospect of, (308).
ARTHUR, PRINCE, at Woolwich, 75; at

the Royal Volunteer Review at Windsor,
78; appointed a Lieutenant in the

Royal Engineers, 251.
Ascot Cup Day, 71.
Ashton-UNDER-LYNE, Religious riots at,

55.
AYTour's, MR. SINCLAIR, resolution as to

Maynooth Grant and the Regium

Donum, (91)
AYRTON, MR., becomes one of the Secre.

taries of the Treasury, [177].
AUSTRALIA, WESTERN, Sir B. C. C. Pine

appointed Governor, 252.
AUSTRIA, [224]; Abolition of the Concor-

dat, [226]; New Titles of the Emperor
and of the State, [227].

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BACON, JAMES, Commissioner in Court of paying qualifications, [23], vide Scor-
Bankruptcy, 252.

LAND.
BAGGALLAY, RICHARD, Solicitor-General, Bow, Disaster at, 8.
252; Knighted, 254.

Braun's, M., Carbon process, [328].
BANKRUPTCY, COURT OF, James Bacon BRETT, WILLIAM BALIOL, knighted, 250;
appointed Commissioner, 252.

Justice of Common Pleas, 252.
BARNSLEY, Explosion at a Firework manu- BREWSTER, SIR DAVID, Obituary notice
factory, 130.

of, 160.
BARRETT, MICHAEL, Capture, 2; Exe- BRIDGEMAN, Hon. Rev. G. T. Honorary

cution, 63; narrative of Trial, 174. Chaplain to her Majesty, 250.
BARRY, MR. SERJEANT, becomes Solicitor- BRIDGES, SIR BROOK WILLIAM, created
General for Ireland, [177].

Baron Fitzwalter, 251.
BAXTER, MR., motion to disenfranchise BRIGHT, MR., becomes President of the

boroughs in England carried, [23], vide Board of Trade, [176]; speech on re-
SCOTLAND; becomes Secretary to the election at Birmingham, [83]; a Privy
Admiralty, [177].

Councillor, 253.
BEECH, SIR MICHAEL Hicks, Secretary BRIGHT, Rev. W., Regius Professor of
to the Poor Law Board, [9].

Ecclesiastical History at Oxford, 253.
BELL, SYDNEY SMITH, Chief Justice of British AssocIATION, Annual Meeting
Cape of Good Hope, 254.

at Norwich, [313], 103.
BERMUDA FLOATING Dock, Launch of, BritisGUIANA, Sir W. Snagg, Chief
113.

Justice, 254.
BERNE, R. T.C. Middleton to be Secretary BRITISH MEDICAL Association, Meet-

of Legation at, 250; H. E. C. K. ing at Oxford, 97.
Seymer Secretary of Legation at, British MUSEUM, the Slade Collection of
252.

glass, &c., [326] ; prints and drawings
BERRYER M., death of, [211]; obituary recently acquired, [327].
notice, 159.

BRITISH SUBJECTS IN FOREIGN Coun.
BESS BOROUGH, THE EARL OF, becomes TRIES, ALLEGIANCE.–Subject intro.
Lord Steward, [177].

duced in House of Commons by Mr.
BEUST, BARON, defended by Count Bis. Forster and discussed, (132]; Report

marck in Prussian Chamber (223); his of Royal Commission on Laws of Na-
position and that of Lord Stanley, turalization and Allegiance, 237.
[226]; speech on the Foreign Policy BROOKE, SIR JAMES, Obituary Notice of,
of Austria, [ib.]

162.
BIOGRAPHY, Works of, [286]; less im- BROUGHAM, LORD, Obituary Notice of,
portant works, [298].

163.
BIRMINGHAM, Meeting of the Social BRUCE, MR. H. A. becomes Secretary for
Science Association at, 124.

the Home Department, [176].
BISMARCK, Count, Speech in vindication BRUSSELS, Hon. F. J. Pakenham, Secre-
of Baron Beust, [223].

tary to Legation at, 251.
BLACKALL, S. W., appointed Governor of BUCKINGHAM, DUKE OF, appointed Lord
Queensland, 251.

Lieutenant of Co. of Buckingbain, 251.
BLACKBURN, MR. JUSTICE, Charge in case BUDGET, introduced by Mr. Ward Hunt,

of Mr. Eyre, ex-Governor of Jamaica, [108]; Indian, exhibited by Sir Stafford
in Queen's Bench, 206.

Northcote, [123]; French, [192].
BLACKBURN, Political Riots at, 135. BURLINGTON House, The Royal Aca-
BOUNDARY BILL FOR ENGLAND AND demy's meeting for first time in their

WALES, Report of Commissioners pre- new rooms at, (330).
sented, [30]; discussed in House of
Commons, (31]; referred to a Select
Committee, [33]; report brought up
by Mr. Walpole, (ib.); Bill brought in, CABMEN, strike among the London, 118.
[31]; Mr. Hibbert's amendment ap- CAIRNS, LORD, becomes Lord Chancellor,
proving of recommendations of Select [9] ; Speech on Irish Church Question,
Committee [35]; carried, [36]; Bill [105].
passed, [ib.]; in House of Lords, (ib.] ; CAMBRIDGE, UNIVERSITY OF.-Mr. Long-
Earl Beauchamp moved an amendment fellow had the degree of LL.D. con-
in accordance with original Report of ferred, 74; Honour Lists, 267.
Commissioners, [ib.]; Earl Granville pro- CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF, Confirma-
tested, and after discussion, along with tion of Dr. Tait, 157 ; obituary notice
the principal members of the Opposition, of Dr. Longley, 165 ; appointment of

left the House, [ib.]; Bill passed, [37]. Dr. Tait, Bishop of London, 253.
BOUVERIE, MR., Speech on present posi- CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.- Edward Dwyer

tion of parties, [13]; motion on rate- appointed a Puisne Judge, 251; Sir W.

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