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“He was sure that he was only speak- should bow, by giving the Opposiing the sentiments of a large number of tion the permission they desired. those hon, gentlemen who would be Mr Cardwell then, amidst tremendcompelled from previous promises to vote for the motion (cheers and roars of ists, moved that the vote of censure

ous cheering from the Ministeriallaughter from the Ministerial benches) be withdrawn ! when he expressed a hope that the motion would be withdrawn. He said

And so ended this memorable dethis in a spirit of frankness (renewed bate. The Factions had chosen their cheers and laughter), which he was sure

field of battle-had made their grand the House would appreciate. He could attack-had been beaten—and now not but believe that the avowal that lowered their flags and capitulated ! many of the right hon. gentleman's Much as Lord Palmerston had been friends would be placed in a most unen- damaged both in character and in viable position (laughter), if his motion prestige by his fall from office and its were pressed to a division, and the overpowering consideration of the bad causes,-low as Lord John Russell

has been sinking for several years effects of a dissolution to many of them (roars of laughter from the Ministerial past,—both of these statesmen have ists), would induce the right hon. gentle

now reached a lower depth still. A man to withdraw his motion."

party too easily pardons faction in its

leaders if it be united with skill and The mutiny became general. Mr success ; for then the personal inDuncombe said " he had intended terests of all are temporarily advancto vote for the motion, and had not ed, even though the chiefs reserve disguised his opinion; but as the to themselves the spolia opima. But case stood, if Mr Cardwell persevered when faction is combined with inin his motion, he would put on his capacity, producing exposure and dehat and wish him 'good-night, leav- feat, that is a very different matter; ing him to the tender mercies of and we are persuaded that it will be honourable gentlemen opposite !” a good while before the Liberals as a At length, after much consultation party again make themselves the tools held by Mr Cardwell with Lord of the official" Whigs. Let us ask, John Russell, Sir C. Wood, and Lord too—and though the question be a Palm on, the latter, as leader of momentous one, time forbids us to the routed faction, rose (confused, do more than put it-whether, after and with the worst grace he ever this extraordinary debate, the counshowed in his life), and joined in try relish the prospect of the House the appeal that Mr Cardwell should of Commons being intrusted with withdraw his motion. Mr Cardwell, the direct government of India ? of course, assented; and then camé We cannot conclude the narrative the capitulation. The motion could of these remarkable events—a narranot be withdrawn without the per- tive which, we believe, speaks trummission of the House, and the Min- pet-tongued its own moral—without isterialist leader was appealed to. according a mead of highest praise to The hour of victory had come. Like Lord Ellenborough and Mr Disraeli, a consummate general, Disraeli, to the two men to whom it is owing appearance as impassive as marble, that such a battle for political wishad watched every feint and move dom and humanity against persecu. of his troubled antagonists; and now, tion and terrible folly, was fought at calm and concentrated amidst his un- all, and that it was fought successparalleled triumph, he rose amidst fully. The one saved India in this deafening cheers. With a magnani- matter, and the other England. Mr mity which was true wisdom, and Disraeli has the honour, we believe, with admirable taste, he said that of having from the first discerned if he were only to consult party the strength of the Ministerial posiinterests, he should prefer to go tion, and boldly resolved to appeal

with the debate, and to the country rather than abandon quite ready to divide the House it. And to his consummate leaderon the motion ; but that there were ship, it is mainly due that the House higher interests than those of party, of Commons has been saved from and that to those higher interests he committing one of the most terrible



errors, as well as delinquencies, juncture. “Would that we had Elwhich ignorance ever prompted, or lenborough here !" is the cry of many faction inspired. But our last_and of our best officers and soldiers in best word must be reserved for Lord India. What will they say when Ellenborough. Personal connection they learn that he no longer rules and the influences of distinguished even at home, and that the factious circles, and still more, the factious efforts of the Whig chiefs have driven interests of party, caused the praises from the helm of Indian administraof Lord Canning to be sounded tion the statesman who could do throughout the recent debate with most to right the shaken fortunes of a zeal that far overshot the limits that mighty empire ? Lord Ellenof truth. But how few the tributes borough's only fault was, that bis to that far nobler man, who inter- prescient mind saw things too early posed to save our Indian empire from and too clearly for the purblind chiefs an act of insanity, and

then sacrificed of the Opposition. Densely ignorant high and honourableoffice rather than of India and its governmental wants, allow faction to obtain a triumph at they thought wrong was right, and the expense alike of British honour right wrong, until the march of events and British dominion. Lord Canning undeceived them. Like Mr V. Smith, had fallen into the greatest and most they esteemed Canning's proclamamomentous error ever committed tion wisdom, and Ellenborough's deby any Viceroy of India ; and instead spatch folly. They maintained that of dealing harshly with him, Lord the latter would paralyse our soldiers, Ellenborough's only error was on the and rouse the natives against our rule; other side. Had he recalled Lord Can- whereas the arrival of successive ning at once, history would have said mails now shows that it is the very that never was Governor - General thing our generals are calling for,more justly displaced ; and the Fac- that it is the only way to allay the tions, compelled to encounter the hostility excited by the edict of conquestion purely on the merits of the fiscation,--and so far from

weakening rival policies, would probably have our Indian Executive, it only enjoins shrunk from contesting the deci- a policy which, ere the published desion. It was on account of the spatch reach Calcutta, that Executive poble Earl's leniency – it was just will have found itself compelled to because he censured and did not adopt. The stern logic of events, recall—that the Factions were able and the protests of almost every man to find a specious ground of at- of mark in India, will already have tack; and it is deeply to be re- produced their effects, by convincing gretted that it has cost the State so the erring Governor-General that he dearly to repel an attack so entirely must either recall his unjust and perselfish and unjustifiable. England secuting proclamation, or sacrifice and India can ill afford to lose the both our army and our empire in an services of such a man at such a interminable war.


388 et seq.

Abdool Mulek, conquest of Sind during Beaumont, Dr, his theory of hunger, 10
reign of, 316 et seq.

- tables of digestibility of various
Abool Futteh, King of Oude, 633.

meats, from, 516.
Adverse possession, St Leonards on, 193. Beecher, colonel, wounded before Delhi,
Africa, outfit for a journey in, 212, note 1 26.
-difficulties of exploration, &c. of, Bells Of BOTREAUX, THE, 41-chap. ii.

43—chap. iii. 50-chap. iv. 51-chap. v.
African travel, present aspects of, 282. 54-chap. vi. 56.
Albumen, relations, &c. of, as regards Beltain, or Beltane, the, 349.
food, 406.

Belochies, the, in Africa, 286.
Albuminous substances, true place of, in Bengal, the pawab of, his share in the
foods, 332.

conspiracy, 96.
Alcohol, relations of, to nutrition, 413. BERANGER, 102.
Ali bin Nasir, career and death of, 223. Berard, M., cases of prolonged fasting
Ali Morad of Khyrpore, the case of, 488. given by, 5.
Ali Sher Kanai, the Tohfut-ul-Kiram of, Bernard, C., on the conversion of gela-

tine, 410-bis discovery of the sugar-
Alligator, the, at Pangany, 283.

forming function of the liver, 412.
Ambony, African fair at, 279.

Berthé, on the digestibility of oils, 411.
American plantations, the consignment Biography, modern passion for, 103.
of convicts to, 291.

Bischoff, determination of quantity of
Amcba, analogy between the blood cor- blood by, 697.
puscles and the, 690.

Blackhole of Calcutta, the, 13.
Andersson, on the suffering from thirst, Blackie, professor, on university reform,

Ancient empires, the degeneracy of, 139. BLOOD, 687—taken as a standard for
Animals, abstinence from food among, 4

food, 404.
-distinction between, and plants, as to Blood-discs or corpuscles, the, 688.
food, 340—age of, as affecting their Board of Control, the, how affected by
flesh for food, 515.

change of ministry, 484.
Animal food, cases of antipathy to, 327. Body, the waste and repair of the, 2–
Anson, general, proceedings of, at Um- the comparison of it to a steam-engine,

balla, &c. 642 et seq. passim- his death, 3.

Bone soup, experiments, &c., on, 409.
Appetite, what, 1.

Borrower and lender, St Leonards on
Arabs of Zanzibar, &c. 203.

law of, 196.
Army, the, allowance for food in, 525. Bosjesmans, gluttony of the, 523.
Arrawak Indians, burial customs of the Bosporus, the Greek kingdom of, 550,

et seq. passim.
Arterial blood, characters of, &c., 695. Botany Bay, first transportations to, 292.
Arts, the, Italy in relation to, 603. Brain, effects of starvation on the, 8.
Arts, faculty of, in Edinburgh Univer- Brava, the negroes of, 207.

sity, 75, 76-examination for, 78. Brind, Major J., at Jullundhur, 242.
Astronomy, the Edinburgh professorship Brock's life of Havelock, 709 et seq.
of, 90.

Brown, Rev. Byron, a social sketch, 419
Australia, transportation to, 295.

- lieutenant, at Delhi, 127-captain,
Ayodhya, the ancient name of Oude, 624. wounded before Delhi, 125.
Azadpore, skirmish at, 124.

Bagshawe, lieutenant, murder of, 659. HISTORY, 357.
Baines, major, at Phillour, 242.

Buddhism, ancient prevalence of, in Sind,
Bajee Rao, the treaty concluded with, 137. 312.
Balaklava, supposed description of, in Bueny, village of, 282.
Homer, 549.

Bulwer, the novels of, 60.
Bardul-Ki-Serai, battle of, 123.

Bunsen, chevalier, preface to Debit and
Barnard, genernl, at Umballa, 645 Credit by, 57.
death of, 127.

Buonaparte, Lucien, and Beranger, 113.
Barnes, Mr, at Umballa, 646.

Burn, colonel, at Delhi, 135.
Bayonne, diligence journey from Madrid Burns, contrast between and Beranger,
to, 452

Beatson, captain, at Delhi, 135.

Burton, captain, Zanzibar, and Two

et seq.

Months in East Africa, by, part i. 200 Commissariat, the, in India, 650.

-part ii. 276—conclusion, 572. COMPANY'S RAJ, NOTE TO, 137.
Bute, island, &c. of, 474.

Comte, A. on the origin of slavery, 291.
Butler, lieutenant, 125—at Delhi, 133, Conservatives, return of, to power, 498.
134—wounded, 134.

Butler, colonel, at Phillour, 244.

Cooper, Mr, at Umritsur, 101.
Byzantine art, examples and character- Corbett, brigadier, proceedings of, at
istics of, 611, 617.

Mean-Meer, 97, 98 et seq.-his cha-
Cagliari, the case of the, 505 et seq.

racter and conduct, 100-measures of,
Cairnes, lieutenant, at Delhi, 135— for security of Ferozepore, 239-at
death of, 136.

Lahore, 652.
Carmyle, village of, 477.

Cornaro, dietary of, 522.
Carpenter, Dr, on Liebig's theory of Cotton, brigadier, 589, 591--measures at
food, 332.

Peshawur, 593.
Caseine, relations, &c. of, as a nutritive Council, the proposed Iudian, 495 et seq.
substance, 407.

Cranford, notice of, 424.
Catacombs, first appearance of Christian Crime, diminution of, in Scotland, 307.
art in the, 606.

Crimea, the, various races by which
Caulfield, captain, at Delhi, 133, 134. overrun, antiquities of, &c. 548 et seq.
Cavour, Count, character, &c. of, 464 CUMBERLAND, SULLIVAN ON, 344.

Daher, conquest of Sind under, and his
Caxton, Pisistratus, What will he do with death, 316 et seq.

it ? by, part viii, 18--part ix. 155- Dalhousie, lord, the annexation of Oude
part x. 259-part xi. 427—part xii. by, 638 et seq.
526—part xiii. 667.

Chach, king of Sind, 313 et seq.

Delhi, first indications of the revolt in, 94
Chamberlaine, brigadier, at Delhi, 128 -the massacre at, 96—the First Ben-

-appointment of, 600—his previous gal European Fusiliers at the leaguer
career, ib., note-address to the Sepoys of, 125 et seq.-and after it, 719-
by, 654.

alleged defencelessness of, on the out-
Chameleon, habits, &c. of the, 363.

break of the mutiny, 246—state of,
Chemists, results, theories, &c. of the, after the capture, 724.
regarding food, 326 et seq.

Delhi, king of, insurrectionary letter of,
Chemistry, true function of, as regards in- 601.

vestigations into food, 329 et seq, 403. Denis, experiment by, on transfusion of
Chester, colonel, death of, 123.

blood, 698.
Chichester, lieutenant, at Govindghur, Dennis, captain, 126.

Derby ministry, the, 498 et seq.-first
Chogway, sketches at, 286.

measures of the, 499 — India bill, ex-
Chossat on inanition, 3, 4, 8.

amination of the, 484 et seq..
Christian art, sketch of the history of Detective, skill of the, in distinguishing
its development in Italy, 605.

the thief, 299.
Christianity, influence of, in arresting Dickens, Charles, the school of fiction
decline in England, 140.

founded by, 59.
Church, influence, &c. of the, in Pied. Diligences, Spanish, 456.
mont, 465.

Divinity, faculty of, in Edinburgh Uni-
Cimmerians, the, 549.

versity, 75.
Civilisation, relations of hunger to, 1- Dobbin, lieutenant, at Phillour, 242.
darker aspects of, 139.

Donné, M., experiments of, on gelatine,
Classics, proposed entrance examination 409.

in the, in the Scottish Universities, Doondy Rao, see Nana Sahib.

Draper, professor, on the blood cor-
Clay, the edible, of South America, 325. puscles, ---691-on the coagulation of
Clubs of Glasgow, Strang's account of the blood, 693.
the, 467, 469.

Dunlavy, sergeant, 127.
Clyde river, the, 472, 476.

East Africa, see Zanzibar.
Clydesdale, scenery, &c. of, 472. East India bill, remarks on the, 370 et seq.
Cockburn, lord, sketch of the Heart of East India Company, the, and the
Midlothian by, 292.

mutiny, 245 et seq. the proposed
Cold climates, greater consumption of supercession of the, 250 et seq.
food in, 523.

Edinburgh Academy and High School,

Dr Schmitz on the, 82-University, the
Colonisation, influence of, in arresting system in, 75—the classical professor-
decline in England, 140.

ships in, 81 et seq. passim.
Commerce, instigations to exploration Edwards and Balzac, experiments of, on
from, 387.

gelatine, 409.

mea, 552.

Edwardes, colonel, 589, 591, 592. Gelatine, relations, of, to nutrition, 409.
Eggs, as an article of diet, 520.

Gelatine commission, report of the, 410.
Elephant, trapping the, in Africa, 287. Genoese, settlements of the, in the Cri.
Eliot, lord, the embassy of, to Zumala-
carregui, 453.

German life, sketches of, in Debit and
Elliot, Sir Henry, history of Sind by, Credit, 57 et seq.
311, 320, 321.

Gerrard, colonel, death of, 723.
English, passion for travelling among the, Ghalib Jung, career, &c. of, 630 et seq.

Ghazee-ud-Deen, Vizier of Oude, 630.
English Universities, difference between, Gholab Singh, fidelity of, 602.
and the Scottish, 75.

Ghoorkahs, the, before Delhi, 126, 132.
Esquimaux, gluttony of the, 524.

Gibbon, on the decline of the Byzantine
Europe, contrast between North and Empire, 617.
South of, in relation to art, 605.

Gil Blas, Bunsen on, 59.
Evans, lieutenant, at Delbi, 132.

Evil eye, the, in Cumberland, 355. Glasgow, the rising of 1848 in, 471.
Examination, entrance, proposed intro. Glasgow cathedral, preservation of, at

duction of, into the Scottish univer- the Reformation, 468.
sities, 80.

Gluten, relations, &c. of, as a nutritive
Executions, former frequency of, 292. element, 408.
Exeter Hall meetings, the, 391.

Gluttony, examples of, 523.

Goat, flesh of the, 515.
Fagan, Mrs, during the mutiny, 660. Gotama Buddha, scene of the exploits
Fairies, Cumberland traditions of, 351. of, 311.
Farrington, captain, 241, 243.

Goths, the, in the Crimea, 551 et seq.
Fasting, cases of prolonged, 4.

Govindghur, measures of, to secure from
Fats, Liebig on the alimentary functions the mutineers, 100.

of, 333—and oils, relations of, to nutri- Granié, the case of, 7.
tion, 410.

Greased cartridges, the case of the, 95.
Fellows, College, restriction of, from mar- Great Britain, stability and present posi.
riage, 559 et seq.

tion of, 140—the convicts of, and
Ferozepore, measures for the security of, their treatment, past and present, 291

Fever of East Africa, the, 586 et seq. Greek, proposed entrance examination
Fezirat-el-Khazra, sketches in, 200.

in, in the Scottish Universities, 80.
Fibrine, relations, &c. of, as a nutritive Greek writers, account of Sind by, 312.
element, 407.

Greeks, colonisation of the Crimea by
Fiction, the modern schools of, 59.

the, 550.
Fire-worship, traces of, in England, 349. Greville, captain, at Delhi, 126, 129–
Fish, on, as an article of diet, 519.

wounded, 130—at the assault, 134.
Florence, mosaics in Baptistery of, 616. Griffith, lieutenant, at Phillour, 244.
FOOD AND DRINK, 325--Part II., 402– Hamerton, colonel, consul at Zanzibar,
Part III., 515.

202, 210.
Food, circumstances which regulate the Hardinge, lord, on the commissariat in

requirements for, 2-varieties of, and India, 650.
its assimilation into the same tissues, Hartley, colonel, measures of, at Jul.
325-method of investigation regard- lundhur, 241, 242, 243.
ing, 326 et seq.- cases of antipathy to Harvey, views of, on the blood, 692.
particular kinds, 327 et seq.-- essity Havelock, Sir H., Brock's memoir of,

for variety of, 522—quantity of, ib.
Forsyth, Mr, proceedings of, at Um- Heart of Mid-Lothian, sketch of the,
balla, 641 et seq. passim.

France, the misunderstanding with, 499 Heatmaking foods, Liebig's classification

of, 332 et seq.
FREYTAG, Gustav, DEBIT AND CREDIT Hejjaz, conquest of Sind by, 317.
BY, reviewed, 57.

Hewson on the blood discs, 688.
Frogs, Buckland on, 357.

Hindoos, food of the, 336-origins as-
Fuga, journey to, and sketches in, 572, signed to the, 622.

Hindoo Sepoys, means adopted to ex-
PEAN, IN THE DELHI CAMPAIGN, 15) — Hippopotamus, hunting the, 584.

History, the Edinburgh professorship
Galla tribes, the, 219.

of, 90.
Gama, Vasco de, at Mombas, 214. Holwell, Mr, account of the Black-hole
Gartsherrie, mineral district of, 473. of Calcutta by, 13.
Gasy, village and bay of, 276.

Holy wells, Sullivan on, 352.

et seq.

709 et seq.

et seq.

581 et seq.

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