AGAMEMNON, Lord Carnarvon's translation of, 1 sian army, 75-the needle gun, ib.-battle of
285—compares Clytemnestra and Lady Mac. Sadowa or Königgrätz, 76—diplomatic diffi-
beth, 286—Iphigenia's sacrifice, 287 Cas- culties, 76, 77–President of the Chamber and
Bund-Chancellor, 77—his opinion of Napoleon
Agrarian distress and discontent in India, 201 III.'s politique de pourboire,' ib.—his Chris-
increase of, in the Western Presidency, 202- tianity, 79.-superstitions, fancies and preju-
the ryots of India, ib.—capture of Honia, ib.- dices, 80-distinctive qualities, 82— opinion of
Deccan riots,!ib.-land settlements and private Lord Granville's policy, 148.
property, 203 — state - lands, 204 - evictions, Bradford School Board, the, 92.
204, 205-rural insolvency, 205, 206—national Bright, Professor, of Oxford. See Early Eng-
character of the 'Kumbi, 206-difficulties of lish History.
Indian agriculture, 207–beneficial influence Broglie, the Duke de, his fine qualifications, 250
of British rule, ib.—effects of the famine, ib. -on the state of Poland, 251.
-sale of silver ornaments and disused coins,
Count Charles François de, 254. See
208—decrease of cows and bullocks, ib.-the Louis XV.'s Secret Correspondence.
tribute of India, ib.--advantage derived from
Ablé, de, bis bons mots, 254.
the money - lender, ib.-state of the law for Brugsch's ". History of Egypt ; Hieroglyphic and
debt, 209-reforms needed, 210—free-trade in · Cuneiform Interpretation,' 230-great histori.
land, 211-rate of interest and good faith, ib. cal results derived from the monuments, 231
-ancestral debt, 212–facility of frauds, ib.- -value of the work, ib.—the Rosetta stone,
abolition of imprisonment for debt, ib.--abuse 282—record at Behistun, 233—identity of the
of the Sowkar's power, 213-re-adjustment of old Egyptian with the Coptic language, ib.-
taxation, ib.—Lord Northbrooke abolishes the rock-tablet of Tiglathpileser I., 234—Sargon,
income-tax, ib.-Lord Lawrence's opinion, ib.—Assur-bani-pal, 234, 235-proper names,
214–salt duty in Sind, ib.
235 — Sesostris, 236 – Rhampsinitus, ib. –
Akhal Tekelis, the, 127–preparations for resist- parallel with the king in Herodotus, ib.-
ing the Russians, 131.
memorandum of the thefts committed on king
Augustus, Elector of Saxony, his , indolent Amenhotep's coronation day, ib.—the 'Ritual
of the Dead,' 237-origin of the old Egyp-
Austen, Miss, style of her novels, 52-'Emma' tians, 238—their gaiety, 239—calculating by
compared with Daniel Deronda,' 53.
generations, ib.—Mena, Cheops, Osiris, 240–
Popi-Merira, 241–Una's inscription, ib.—the
BACON on the interpretation of Scripture, 157. land of Punt, ib.-power and prosperity of
Beala's statement about the Popish conspirators, the Middle Empire, 242—the Labyrinth and
Lake Moris, ib.—relations of the Egyptians
Bismarck, Prince, 60—his birtu, education, 61 to their neighbours, 243—the Shasu, ib.—the
-duels, ib.-enters the Civil Service at Ber- Char, or Phænicians, 244—the 'Ab-en-Pirao,
lin, ih.--at Aix-la-Chapelle and Potsdam, ib. or office held by Joseph, ib.—the Zoan of the
undertakes the management of the family es. Bible, 245-Hyksos, or Shepherd-kings, 246—
tates, ib.-called 'der Tolle Bismarck,' ib. - Josephi, ib.-famino in Egypt, 247-journey
his marriage, 62—skill as a debater, ib.-maid- of the children of Israel, 249, 250.
en speech, 63—supports Manteufel in the Brühl, Count, his influence over Augustus,
affair with Austria, 04—Plenipotentiary at the Elector of Saxony, 252.
Germanic Confederation, ib.—his dislike to Burger's, President, exertions for the Transvaal,
diplomacy, 65—sont to Vienna, ib.—to St. 302, 303.
Potersburg, 66–community of feeling and in. Burke’s • Reflections on the French Revolution,'
terest with Gortchakoff, ib.-severe illness, 142.
ib.—the Töplitz meeting, ib.—his despond- Busch, Dr., journalist attaché to Prince Bis-
ency, 67-ambassador at Paris, ib.-social marck, 79.
success there, 68-interview with Thiers, ib.
-return to Berlin, ib. Minister of State, CARNARVON'B, Lord, policy as to the Diamond
President of the Cabinet, and Minister for Fields, 301.
Foreign Affairs, 69—visit to Paris, ib.—ar- Char-Phænicians, the, 244,
rangement with Austria, 70—the Schleswig - Clark's, Mr. Samuel, treatment of Leviticus,
Holstein war, ib.- his object, Prussian ag-
grandisement, 71-treaty of Gastein, 72- Commentary on the Old Testament, the Speak-
created Count, 73—his letter to André de Ro. er's, 157—necessity of a new, 158—committee
man, ib.-interview with M. Vilbert, 74-war appointed, ib.—its aim, 159—Leviticus, 160—
unpopular in Prussia, ib.-state of the Prus. burnt-offerings, ib.-clean and unclean ani.