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Report of the Crimean ('ommittee of Inquiry Mr. Gladstone's Mission to the Ionian Islands, 209
Changes in the Government of India, , . 209
REVOLT AND CHANGE-THE YEARS OF NEW
Disraeli on the “Candid Friend” – He Labouring Classes--Mr. Cobden's Indict-
ment against War-Bread Riots, . . 210
Russians—Their Attack upon the Allied School in Golden Lane, .
Forces at Tchernaya repulsed, . . 184 Prince Albert's Efforts to improve the ('ondi.
Malakhoff captured— The Russians evacu Recreation and Education - He presides
185 Debate on Sir G. C. Lewis' Budget, . 219
187 Christian Socialism and Young Englandism, . 221
. 187 Sunday Bill—The Times upholds the Op-
Lesson to Austria — Conference of the the Rioters — Palmerston and Brougham
189 Condition of the Dwellings of the Poor in
--Sebastopol given up to the Russians tions by Dr. Letheby - Main Drainage
192 Working of the Compulsory Vaccination Act, 228
193 Disclosures by Dr. Hassall-Sale of Dis-
194 ment in Popular Literature - Abolition
194 of the Newspaper Stamp Duty -- Cheap
. 195 Embezzlements by Sir John D) an Paul,
- Failure of the Royal British Bank-In-
. 196 of Garotters-Trial of Palmer the Poisoner
of Sir John Bowring–His Demands upon Bridge Mystery,” .
Canton-Proclamation of Governor Yeh, 198 Servitude- Sir George Grey's Changes in
1857—The Ticket-of-leave in Ireland and
. 201 THE INDIAN MUTINY- Feeling of the native
Princes-Condition of India-Notions of
. 204 Charles Wood's India Bill-Annexation of
SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PROGRESS.
THOMAS ARCHER, F.R.H.S.,
AUTHOR OF "PICTURES AND ROYAL PORTRAITS," "DECISIVE EVENTS OF HISTORY,”
“THE TERRIBLE SIGHTS OF LONDON," ETC.
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