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CHESHIRE.—Philip Stapleton Humberston, of Glan-y-wern, near Denbigh, Esq.
CUMBERLAND.—Frederick John Reed, of Hassness, near Cockermouth, Esq.
DERBYSHIRE. –William Jessop, of Butterley Hall, Esq.
DEvoNSHIRE.-Shilston Calmady Hamlyn, of Leawood, Bridestowe, Esq.
DoRSETsh IRE.-Montagu Williams, of Woolland, Esq.
DURHAM.—John Joicey, of Newton Hall, Stocksfield, Northumberland, Esq.
Essex.-Philip John Budworth, of Greenstead Hall, Ongar, Esq.
GloucestERshire.—Thomas William Chester, Master of the Abbey, Cirencester,
Esq.
HEREFoRDshire.—Edward Bickerton Evans, of Whitbourne Hall, Bromyard,

HERTFoRDSHIRE-Thomas Fowell Buxton, of Easneye Park, Ware, Esq.
KENT.-Edward Henry Scott, of Sundridge Park, Bromley, Esq.
LEICESTERSHIRE.-Charles Marriott, of Cotesbach, Esq.
LINcoLNshire.—George Eden Jarvis, of Doddington Hall, Esq.
Mox MoUTHSHIRE.-John Capel Hanbury, of Pontypool Park, Esq.
NoBFolk.-George John Holmes, of Brooke, Esq.
North AMPtonshire.—William Goddard Jackson, the younger, of Duddington,

Esq. North UMBERLAND.—John Philip Osbaldeston Mitford, of Mitford Castle, Morpeth, Esq.

Not TINGHAMSHIRE.-Robert Laycock, of Wiseton, Esq.
Oxfordshire.—Albert Brassey, of Heythrop Park, Esq.
RUTLAND.--Gerard George Charles Fenwicke, of Morcott, Esq.
SHROPSHIRE.-The Hon. Robert Charles Herbert, of Orleton.
SoMERSETshire.—Philip Pleydell Bouverie, of Brymore, Bridgwater, Esq.
County of South AMPton.—William Nicholson, of Basing Park, Alton, Esq.
STAFFoRDSHIRE.-Sir John Hardy, of Dunstall Hall, Burton-upon-Trent, Bart.
SUFFOLK.—Sir Francis Robert Sherlock Lambert Gooch, of Benacre, Bart.
SURREY.-Robert Barclay, of Bury Hill, Dorking, Esq.
SUSSEx.—Louis Huth, of Possingworth Manor, Uckfield, Esq.
WARwickshire.—James Cove Jones, of Loxley, Esq.
WESTMORELAND.—Stanley Hughes Le Fleming, of Rydal Hall, Ambleside, Esq.
WILTSHIRE.-George Pargiter Fuller, of Neston Park, Corsham, Esq.
WoRCESTERSHIRE.-Frederick Elkington, of Meseley Hall, Birmingham, Esq.
Yorkshi RE.--William Aldam, of Frickley Hall, Esq.

WALES.
NORTH AND SOUTH.

ANGLESEY.—Sir George Eliott Meyrick Taps Gervis Meyrick, of Bodorgan, Bart.
BRECONSHIRE.-Major Thomas Conway Lloyd, of Dinas.
CARDIGANSHIRE-The Right Hon. Ernest Augustus Mallet, Earl of Lisburne, of
Crosswood.
CARMARTHENSHIRE.-John Beynon, of Trewern, near Whitland, Esq.
CARNARvoNSHIRE.-George William Duff Assheton Smith, of Vaynol, Esq.
DENBIGHSHIRE.-James Goodrich, of Eyarth House, Ruthin, Esq.
FLINTSHIRE.-Charles James Trevor Roper, of Plas Teg, Esq.
GLAMORGANSHIRE.-John Talbot Dillwyn Llewelyn, of Ynisygerwn, near Neath,

MERIoNETHSHIRE.-William John Beale, of Bryntirion, Dolgelly, Esq.

Montgom ERYSHIRE.-Richard Woosnam, of Glandwr, Esq.

PEMBROKESHIRE-William Henry Richards, of Tenby, Esq.

RADNORSHIRE.-William Williams Thomas Moore, of Old Hall, LlanvihangelRhidithon, Knighton, Esq.

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CLAss I.-Backwell, H., Queen's; Gregory, T., Balliol; Hughes, G. B., Worcester; Jelly, J. O., Magdalen.

CLAss II.-Gattie, W. M., Christchurch; Hussey, E. W., Christchurch; Martyn, O. B., Merton; Moore, J., Magdalen.

CLAss III.-Davis, D. G., Jesus. CLASS IV.-Williams, T., Jesus.

MICHAELMAs TERM, 1878.

In Literis Humanioribus.

CLASS I.-None.

CLAss II.—Farrer, R. R., Balliol; How, W. M., New; Mercer, W. H. Magdalen; Newhouse, R. P., Worcester."

CLAss III.-Bullen, A. H., Worcester; Cooper, E. B., Keble; Edwards, D.C., Balliol ; Mildmay, G. St. J., Corpus; Shadwell, F., Balliol ; Turner, R., New.

CLAss IV.-Hunt, D. J., Jesus; Manders, E. H., Christchurch ; Scott, A. N. Exeter.

In Scientiis Mathematicis et Physicis.

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CAMERIDGE.
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS, 1878.

WRANGLERS.—Hobson, Christ's; Steggall, Trinity; Graham, Gonville and Caius; Edward's, Sidney Sussex, and Pinsent, St. John's, equal; Macaulay, King's; Adair, Pembroke, and Sargant, Trinity, equal; Allcock, Emmanuel, Martin, Sidney Sussex; Langley, Trinity, and Stearn, King's, equal; Lattimer, St. John's: Miller, Peterhouse; Aldous Queen's, and Leverson, Trinity, equal; Richardson, Clare ; Spring-Rice, Trinity; Brownhill, St. John's, and Carlisle, St. John's, equal; Chippett, Christ's ; Saunders, Trinity; Heath, Trinity, Kyrke, Gonville and Caius, Mann, St. John's, and Waterhouse, Christ's, equal; Pierson, Trinity; Hutchinson, Sidney Sussex, and Mackie, St. John's, equal; Frith, Corpus Christi; Houghton, Pembroke.

SENIOR OPTIMEs.-Marsh, St. John's, and Porter, Christ's, equal; Allpress, Trinity, Drew, Pembroke, and Simpson, Christ's, equal; Riley, Gonville and Caius; Blythe, Jesus; Harper, Gonville and Caius; Claridge, Trinity; Elsey, St. John's, Gwillim, St. John's, and Ormsby, Clare, equal; Philpott, Jesus, and Richardson, King's, equal ; Horne, Corpus Christi; Faraker, Queen's, and Wilkin's, St. John's, equal; Adamson, St. John's, and Boote, St. John's, equal; Blakesley, Trinity; Holmes, St. Catharine's; Holt, Queen's : Richardson, Emmanuel; Barnard, Christ's, Chance, Trinity, and Hughes, Corpus Christi, equal; William, Clare; Merry, Trinity, Odell, Corpus Christi, and Relton, St. Catharine's, equal.

JUNIOR OPTIMES.—Thornton, H. P., Trinity; Carpenter, Gonville and Caius; Scriven, St. Catharine's ; Taylor, Peterhouse; Bolland, Magdalene; Rushbrooke, Christ's ; Bairstow, Trinity Hall, Dawbarn, Queen's, and Penkivil, St. John's, equal; Salisbury, St. Catharine's ; Fuchs, Queen's ; New, Jesus; Burnett, St. Catherine's; Brand, Trinity; Woods, Emmanuel; Wice, Trinity; Heaton, Trinity; Ball, Trinity; Nash, Trinity; Cooke, St. John's, and Tatham, Trinity, equal; Mason, Pembroke; Winn, Trinity; Buston, Emmanuel, and Warley, Trinity, equal; Thornton, E. Trinity; Preston, Trinity Hall; Sharp, Trinity; Ryder, Trinity.

AEGROTANT-Baggallay, Gonville and Caius; Brown, St. John's: Cole, Trinity; Pridden, Emmanuel.

Classical Tripos.

CLASS I.-Cooke, King's; Frazer, Trinity; English, St. John's: Clifford, Christ's ; Howson, King's, and Vince, Christ's, equal ; Allen, G. C., St. John's: James, S. R., Trinity; Bryan's, King's; Milton, Trinity, and Roberts, Christ's, equal; Harris, Christ's; Headly, Caius, and Spring-Rice, Trinity, equal; Jennings, Clare.

CLASS II.-Hughes, Trinity, Hon. E. Lyttelton, Trinity, and Wright, Trinity, equal; Webster, Trinity, Ritchie, Trinity, Birks, Trinity, Gaussen, St. John's, and Lewis, Pembroke, equal; Field, Corpus, Lehmann, Trinity, Pearson, Emmanuel, and Willan, St. John's, equal; Christie, St. Catharine's, Jacob, St. Catharine's, and Labath, Trinity, equal; Kingsford, St. John's, and Patey, Sidney, equal; Reynold's, St. John's, and Spencer, Jesus, equal; Benham, Corpus, Mundy, Trinity, and Sells, St. John's, equal.

CLASS III-Vane, Trinity, Collin, King's, Galloway, Trinity, and Ryland, St. John's, equal; Boyce, St. John's, and Moline, St. Peter's, equal ; Lowther, Trinity; Lauria, Emmanuel; Marshall, Queen's ; Gepp, St. John's: Batchelor, Sidney, Crick, Pembroke, Gurdon, Jesus, and Palmer, Corpus, equal; Morgan, Jesus; Browne, St. John's; Evans, St. Catherine's; Crofts, Sidney, and Hunting, Downing, equal; Bladon, Clare; French, Corpus, and Harris, Corpus, equal.

AEGROTAT.-Preston, Trinity.

INDEX.

The figures between [ ] refer to PART I.

ABERCARNE Colli ERY ACCIDENT,
97.
ACCESSION DAY, the QUEEN's, 63.
ACCIDENTS.—At Biarritz, 84 ; Calais
Circus, 14; fall of house at Hoxton,
37; Liverpool Music Hall, 104; shot
in a railway car, 18; Woolwich Ar-
senal, 82.
AFGHANISTAN.—Russian mission to
Cabul, [117]; Sir N. Chamberlain's
mission, [133]; Major Cavagnari re-
buffed, [135]; ultimatum to the
Ameer, [ib.]; newspaper opinions of,
[137]; our relations with, [141];
Lord Lawrence's letter, [143];
sketch of the country, [148] ; Earl
Grey upon, [152]; preparations for
war, [153]; Sir James Stephen's
letter, [ib.]; minute (1874) of Sir
Bartle Frere, [159]; views of Sir
John Adye, [167]; Lord Lawrence's
protest, [170]; ultimatum forwarded
to Ali Musjid, [172], [178] ; Sir
Lewis Pelly's mission, [179]; Shere
Ali's reply, [192]; declaration of
war, [193]; official manifesto, [194];
Lord Cranbrook's despatch, [195];
correspondence with Lord Lawrence,
[196]; capture of the Ali Musjid
Fort, [199]; advance of General
Roberts through the Khyber Pass,
[203]; Lord Cranbrook's resolution
on the expenses of the war, [217];
the Daily Vers' account of the
advance, [243]; General Browne
enters Jellalabad, [247]; flight of
Shere Ali, [ib.]; expedition against
the Zukkar Khels, 248].
AFRICA, SOUTH.—Troubles with the
Zulus, [255] ; Sir Bartle Frere's
policy, [ib.].
AGAR-ELLIS v. LASCELLES, 208.
AGECROFT COLLIERIES, Explosion at,
118.
AGRICULTURAL HALL, Pedestrian com-
petition, 109.
AILESBURY, THE MARQUIS OF, Obitu-
ary notice, 129.
ALBION LIFE ASSURANCE FRAUDs, 57.

ALDERSHot, Review of the troops by
the Queen, 44.

AlfoNso, KING, Marriage of, 12 ;
attempted assassination, 107.

AL1 MUSJID FoRT, Storming and cap-
ture of, [199].

ANGLO-TURKISH CONVENTION. Wide
Cyprus.
ANGLO-RUSSIAN AGREEMENTs, Ab-

straction from the Foreign Office,
[67], 71; text of, 245.
ANoNYMoUs MUNIFICENCE, 78.
ARCHDUKE CHARLES, OF AUSTRIA,
death of, [308]: Obituary notice, 140.
ARctic Exploration, Sailing of an
American expedition, 61.
ARDAGH, THE BISHOP or, Obituary
notice, 162.
ARGYLL, DUKE of, On the European
Treaties, [27]; Afghan war, [198].
ARGYLL, THE DUCHEss of, Obituary
notice, 146.
ARMY ESTIMATES, THE, [26].
ART, Retrospect of, [416] ; drawings
at the Grosvenor Gallery, [ib.]; the
Old Masters at Burlington House,
[417]; the Dudley Gallery, [ib.];
the Turner drawings, [418]; the
Royal Academy, [420]; the Gros-
venor Gallery, [423]; Millais' “Bride
of Lammermoor,” [ib.]; Black-and-
White Exhibition, [424]; Mr. Rus-
kin's drawings, [ib.]; the National
Gallery, [ib.]; anecdote of Turner,
10 : at the Berlin Congress, 67 ;
King Humbert's presents, 103.
ARTHUR, SIR FREDERick L., Obituary
notice, 153.
Ascot GoLD CUP DAY, 63.
ATLANTIC crossed by the “Nautilus,”75.
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERs at Notting-
ham, 47; beat the Marylebone Club,
48 ; financial success of, 104.
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. —History of the
year, [306]; political complications,
[ib.]; grant of six millions, [307];
death of Archduke Charles, [308];
the Budget, [ib.]; the Eastern Ques-
tion, [309]; war preparations, [310];

Emperor's Speech, [ib.]; orders for
the occupation of Bosnia and Herze-
govina, [31,1]; M. Tisza upon, [312]:
Government proclamation, [313];
crossing the frontiers and entry into
Herzegovina, [ib.]; resistance of
Hadji Lodja, [314]; capture of Sera-
jevo, [315]; destruction of Misko-
lez by a thunderstorm, [316], 88;
entry into Trebinje, [317]; opera-
tions on the Save, [318]; collapse of
the resistance, [ib.]; Turkish atro-
city charges, [319]; the Parliaments,
[320] ; amnesty to the insurgents,
[ib.]; Herr Tisza on the Government
policy, [321]; outrages at Pesth,
[322]; commercial treaty with Ger-
many, [323].

Awdry, SIR John With ER, Obituary
notice, 154.

BAGoT r. BAGoT, 189.
BAKER, MR. WILLIAM, Obituary nctice,
183.
RALFE MEMORIAL BUST, 110.
BANK Holi DAYS.–Easter Monday, 42;
Whit-Monday, 60.
BANK ROBBERY, GREAT, 104; arrest
of the absconding clerk, 105.
BARTHOLOMEW, S.T., Annexation of the
Island of, [258].
BATHURST, EARL, Obituary notice, 135.
BEACONSFIELD, LORD, On the Govern-
ment policy, [6]; newspaper opinions
of, [9]; on Lord Derby's resignation,
[32]; the Reserves, [42]; Berlin
Congress, [64]; public receptions on
returning, [85], 15, 72; Order of the
Garter, [86]; public banquet, [96];
Freedom of the City presented, [112];
Conservative deputation, [115]; at
Guildhall, [186]; on the Afghan
war, [223]; present from residents
in California to, 122.
BEKE, DR., “Mount Sinai,” [410].
BELGIUM. — Defeat of the Clerical
Ministry, [374]; Royal Silver Wed-
ding, [375]; opening of Parliament,
ib

BELL, MR. J. Lowth IAN, “On the
Separation of Phosphorus from Pig
Iron,” [433].
BELL, PROFESSOR.—Exhibition of the
Telephone to the Queen, 8.
BELLS, ST. PAUL's CATHEDRAL, Erec-
tion of a peal of, 90.
BENISCH, DR., Obituary notice, 158.
RENTINCK, GENERAL SIR H. J. W.,
Obituary notice, 167.
BERLIN CONGRESS, THE.—Invitations,
[27]; Plenipotentiaries, [63]; meet-
ing, [66] ; Anglo - Russian secret
agreement, [68] ; Cyprus, [72];
Greek questions, [74]; foreign opin-

ions, [76]; last meeting, [83]; return
of the plenipotentiaries, [85], 72;
speeches of, [96]: photographing, 67.
BIDDER, MR. G. P., Obituary notice, 167.
BIDDLEcoMBE, SIR GEORGE, Obituary
notice, 158.
BIDDULPH, SIRT., Obituary notice, 167.
BINGHAM, CAPTAIN J. E., Obituary
notice, 177.
BIRMINGHAM, Disastrous fire at, 87;
Mr. Chamberlain at, [176], [191].
BIRRELL, GENERAL J., Obituary notice,
170,
BishopRics' BILL, THE, [122].
Bishops, CoNFERENCE of ANGLICAN,
at Lambeth Palace, 66.
BISMARCK, PRINCE, at the Congress,
[83]; Eastern policy, [288]; sup-
pression of Socialism. [295]; habits
of, 78.
“BISMARCK's LETTERs, PRINCE,”[411].
Bolton, CoLLIERY Explosion NEAR, 27
BonoM1, MR. J., Obituary notice, 141.
Bough, MR. S., Obituary notice, 177.
BouloGNE.—The Deep-sea Harbour
fêtes, [279]; 97.
BRASSEY’s “Voyage in the ‘Sunbeam, "
[391].
BRAVE SERVANT GIRL, A, 41.
BRAZIL, Mr. Smith's explorations, [438].
BRETT, LIEUT.-Col., Obituary notice,
177.
BRIGHT, MR., On Indian famines, [10];
Vote of Credit, [15]; the Reserves,
[44]; troops at Malta, [51].
BRIGHT, MRS., Obituary notice, 147.
BRIGHTON, Walking feats at, 10.
BRISTOL, Accident to an American ves-
sel at, 2.
BRITISH Association, Meeting of the,
[434].
BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN, Obituary
notice, 155.
BUDGET, THF, [37]; opinions of the
Press upon, [40]; of India, [125I].
BULGARIAN ADDRESS to Mr. Glad-
stone, 70.
BURGLARIES AND ROBBERIES.—Bank
of England, 104, 105; Chart, Hamp-
shire, 41; Paris, 69 ; Stanningley, S5.
BURLINGTON Hous E, Exhibition of the
Old Masters at, [417].
BURNARD, Mr., Obituary notice, 176.
BURTON CRESCENT, Murder of an aged
widow at, 119.
BUTLER’s “Life and Habit,” [380].
BYRON's, MR., CoMEDY of “OUR
Boys,” 1,000th representation of, 19.

CABINET, THE, 267; Changes in, [30],
36].
CABUL. Wide Afghanistan.

CALAIS FAIR, Terrible accident in a
circus at, 14.

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