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Richard Cobden died, 1865.

End of siege of Puebla, 1863.

4 Sunday in Lent. M.L.-Gen. 42, Luke 7 to v. 24; E.L.-Gen. 43 or 45, 2 Cor. 8. Napoleon abdicated, 1814.

Tu Khyber Pass forced, 1842.

W William Pitt's protest against the Independence of America, 1778.

8 TH Convention at St. Petersburg, 1805.

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Clark v. Bradlaugh: House of Lords finds for defendant, 1883.
Chartist Demonstration, 1848.

5 Sunday in Lent. M.L.-Exod. 3, Luke 10 v. 17; E.L.-Exod. 5 or 6 to v. 14, Gal. 2.
Lord Rodney's naval victory, 1782.

Catholic Emancipation in England, 1829.

General Komaroff attacks the Afghans at Ak Tepé, 1885.
President Lincoln shot, 1865.

University of Edinburgh founded, 1584.

Luther at the Diet of Worms, 1521.

6 Sunday in Lent. M.L.-Exod. 9, Mat. 26; E.L.-Exod. 10 or 11, Luke 19 v. 28 or 20 Skye Crofters agitation began, 1883.

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Cromwell dissolves the Long Parliament, 1658.

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Hilary Law sittings end.

Russia declares war against Turkey, 1877.

$ Easter Day.

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M.L.-Exod. 12 to v. 29, Rev. 1 v. 10 to 19; E.L.-Exod. 12 v. 29 or 14,

Easter Monday. Bank Holiday.

Tu Irish Convention at Philadelphia, 1883.

W Mr. Gladstone's second cabinet formed, 1880.

29 TH Battle of Orleans, 1429.

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Foundation stone of London University laid, 1827.

[John 20 v. 11 to 19 or Rev. 5.

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1 Sunday after Easter. M.L.-Num. 16 to v. 36, 1 Cor. 15 to v. 29; E.L.-Num. 16 v. Bank Holiday, Scotland.

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TH Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke murdered in Phoenix Park, 1882.

F Army Estimates introduced, 1885.
Charles II. came to the throne, 1660.

2 Sunday after Easter.

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"Claim of Right" accepted by William and Mary, 1689.
Pacific Railroad opened, 1869.

Sir Henry James Attorney-General, 1880.

Henry IV. of France murdered, 1610.

Redistribution Bill read second time in the Lords, 1885.

3 Sunday after Easter. M.L.-Num. 22, John 5 to v. 24; E.L.-Num. 23 or 24, 1 Tim. 5. M Athens taken by the Turks, 1827.

18 Tu Parliamentary Oaths abolished, 1866.

19 W Revised version of the Old Testament published, 1885.

20 IH Colombus died, 1506.

Constantine the Great died, 1323. Mungo Park's first expedition, 1725.

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Battle of Aspern, 1809.

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4 Sunday after Easter. M.L.-Deut. 4 to v. 23, John 8 to v. 31; E.L.-Deut. 4 v. 23 to Queen Victoria born, 1819.

25 Tu Bank Holidays Act, 1871.

26 W Landing of the Guards at Suakin from Alexandria, 1885.

27 TH Habeas Corpus Act passed, 1679.

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5 S. aft. Easter. M.L.-Deut. 6, John 11 v. 47 to 12 v. 20; E.L.-Deut. 9 or 10, Heb. 6. Irish Church Disendowment Bill passed, 1869.

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Ascension Day.

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Proposal for impeachment of M. Jules Ferry rejected by 322 to 153 votes.
Battle at Wagram, 1809.

Sunday after Ascension. M.L.-Deut. 30, John 16 v. 16; E.L.-Deut. 34 or Joshua
Reform Bill passed, 1832.

[Heb. 11 v. 17

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Defeat of the Gladstone Government, 1885.

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Foundation stone of German Parliament House laid, 1884.
Political crisis. Lord Salisbury summoned to Balmoral, 1885.

Cade's insurrection, 1450.

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Acceptance of resignation of the Government by the Queen announced, 1885.

Whit-Sunday. M.L-Deut.'16 to v. 18, Rom. 8 to v. 18; E.L.-Isa. 11 or Ezek. 36 v. 25,
Whit-Monday. Bank Holiday.
[Gal. 5 v. 16 or Acts 18 v. 24.

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Trinity Sunday. M.L.-Isa. 6 to v. 11, Rev. 1 to v. 9; E.L.-Gen. 18 or 1 & 2 to v. 4'
Factory Act passed, 1860.

[Eph. 4 to v. 17 or Mat. 3.

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Trinity Law Sittings begin.

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Marquis of Salisbury's acceptance of office, 1885.

24 TH

Quarter Day.

25 F 26 S

Isabella of Spain abdicates, 1870.

Corn Laws repealed, 1846.

1 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Joshua 3 v. 7 to 4 v. 15, Acts 8 v.'5 to 26; E.L.-Joshua 5 Queen Victoria crowned, 1838.

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2 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Judges 4, Acts 11; E.L.-Judges 5 or 6 v. 11, 3 John' Star Chamber abolished, 1684.

Erzeroum taken by the Russians, 1829.

William the Silent murdered, 1584.

3 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Sam. 2 to v. 27, Acts 16 v. 16; E.L.-I Sam. 3 or Acre taken by Crusaders, 1191.

[1 Sam. 4 to v. 19, Mat. 5 v. 13 to 33.

Destruction of the Bastille. (Beginning of the Revolution), 1789.

First Railway in Canada opened, 1836.

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Mahomed fled to Medina (The Hegira), 622.

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Lords refuse compromise on Franchise Bill, 1884.

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4 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Sam. 12, Acts 20 v. 17; 1 Sam. 13 or Ruth 1, Mat. 9 Spanish Armada passes Cornwall, 1588.

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Great Hyde Park Meeting, 1884.

22 TH

Battle of Falkirk, 1298.

23 F

Jews admitted to Parliament, 1858.

24 S

Army discipline and Regulation Acts passed, 1879.

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S5 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Sam. 15 to v. 24; E.L.-1 Sam. 16 or 17, Mat. 13 26 M Wade forces the Khyber Pass, 1839.

27 Tu Bank of England incorporated, 1694.

28 W The Powers sanction the Egyptian Loan of £9,000,000, 1885.

29 TH New Toleration Act, 1820.

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Sixpenny Telegram Bill passed, 1885.

Criminal Law Amendment Bill passed, 1885.

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6 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.—2 Sam. 1, Rom. 2 to v. 17; E.L.-2 Sam. 12 to v. 24 or
Bank Holiday.
[18, Mat. 16 v. 24 to 17 v. 14.

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Edward III. takes Calais, 1347.

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Great Reform Demonstration at Birmingham, 1884.

Meeting of the Emperors of Austria and Germany at Gastein, 1885.

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First Cable Telegram from the Queen to the President United States of America, 1858..
Bolivia declares its Independence, 1824.

7 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Chron. 21, Rom. 8 to v. 18; E.L.-1 Chron. 22, or
Revolution at Lisbon, 1836.
[1 Chron. 28 to v. 21, Mat. 21 to v. 23.

Rt. Hon. G. J. Goschen born, 1831.

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Half-Quarter Day.

12 TH 13 F

George Stephenson died, 1848.

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University of Heidelberg refuses the admission of Women, 1884.
Crimes Act (Ireland) expired, 1885.

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S8 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Chron. 29 v. 9 to 29, Rom. 12; E.L.-2 Chron. 1 or Gas introduced in London, 1805.

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Marriage and Registry Act passed, 1863.

[1 Kings 3, Mat. 24 v. 29.

Naval battle off Carthagena between English and French, 1702.
Riot at Belfast, 1872.

Battle of Vimeira, 1808.

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Battle of Gravelotte, 1870.

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Julius Cæsar landed, B.C. 55.

Habeas Corpus Act suspended, 1799.

9 Sunday after Trinity.
Treaty of Prague, 1866.

M.L.-1 Kings 10 to v. 25, 1 Cor. 3; 1 Kings 11 to v. 15 or [1 Kings 11 v. 26, Mat. 27 v. 27 to 57.

Ejectment of Nonconformists, 1662.
Revolution at Brussels, 1830.

Battle of Cressy, 1346.

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[Mark 3 v. 13.

10 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Kings 12, 1 Cor. 9; E.L.-1 Kings 13 or 1 Kings 17,
Demonstrations in Spain in respect of the Caroline Islands, 1885.
Red River disturbances suppressed, 1870.

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11 Sunday after Trinity. 1 Kings 18, 1 Cor. 14 v. 20; E.L.-1 Kings 19 or 21, Mark 7 Mayflower left Plymouth, 1620.

7 Tu New style (Calendar) introduced, 1752. W Northern Pacific Railroad opened, 1883.

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9 TH Corporation Reform Act passed, 1835. F Lord Dufferin, Viceroy of India, 1885. Battle of Malplaquet, 1709.

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12 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-1 Kings 22 to v. 41, 2 Cor. 4; E.L.-2 Kings 2 to v. 16 Battle at Tel-el-Kebir, 1882.

16 TH First Government founded in California, 1847.

Insurrection at Cadiz, 1868.

Revolution in Eastern Roumelia, 1885.

[or 4 v. 8 to 38, Mark 11 to v. 27.

13 Sunday after Trinity. 2 Kings 5, 2 Cor. 11 to v. 30; E.L.-2 Kings 6 to v. 24 or 7, Italians enter Rome, 1870.

[Mark 14 v. 53.

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Mobilisation of Bulgarian and Servian troops, 1885.

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Prince Bismarck made Minister, 1862.

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14 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-2 Kings 9, Gal. 4 v. 21 to 5 v. 13; E.L.-2 Kings 10 to "Society of Jesus," formed 1540.

[v. 32 or 13, Luke 2 v. 21.

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Sixpenny Telegrams introduced, 1885.

General Türr and committee propose a Canal at Panama, 1876.

[to v. 31, Luke 6 to v. 20.

15 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-2 Kings 18, Eph. 4 to v. 25; M.L.-2 Kings 19 or 23
Colonel Steward massacred at Wady Gama, 1884.
Meeting of Ambassadors at Constantinople, 1885.
Inner Circle Metropolitan Railway completed, 1884.

The British enter France, 1813. Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle, 1648.

Memorial service in Westminster Abbey in honour of Earl of Shaftesbury, 1885.
Rome united to Italy, 1870.

16 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-2 Chron. 36, Phil. 4; E.L.-Neh. 1 & 2 to v. 9 or 8,
Last day of fire at Chicago, 1871.

[Luke 9 v. 28 to 51.

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Freedom of religious worship in Spain, 1868.

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Great Conservative Demonstration at Birmingham, 1884.

14 TH

Battle of Hastings, 1066.

Napoleon arrived at St. Helena, 1815.

Field Marshal Lord Strathnairn died, 1885.

19 Tu 20 W

Abdication of Yakoob Khan (Afghanistan), 1879.

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17 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Jer, 5, 1 Thess. 2; E.L.—Jer. 22 or 35, Luke 13 to v. Battle of Leipzig, 1813.

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Amadeus accepts offer to be King of Spain, 1870.

21 TH 22 F 23

Battle at Trafalgar, 1805.

Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, 1685.

Sir Michael Hicks-Beach born, 1837.

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18 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Jer. 36, 1 Tim. 1 to v. 18; E.L.-Ezek. 2 or 13 to v. 17, Michaelmas Law Sittings begin.

[Luke 17 v. 2.

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20 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Ezek. 34, Philemon; E.L.-Ezek. 37 or Daniel 1. John Milton died, 1674.

9 Tu Prince of Wales born 1841.

W Dr. Carpenter died, 1885.

11 TH Half-Quarter Day.

F Grand Trunk Railway, Quebec, Toronto, opened, 1856.

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England and United States Convention, 1826.

[Luke 23 v. 50 to 24 v. 13.

21 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Dan. 3, Heb. 8; E.L.-Dan. 4 or 5, John 4 to v. 31. Mr. Gladstone elected Lord Rector of Glasgow University, 1877.

16 Tu Hostilities against Burmah, commenced 1885.

17 W Inauguration of the Suez Canal, 1869.

18 TH Parliament dissolved, 1885.

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M. de Lesseps born, 1805.

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First Chinese Embassy in London, 1868.

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22 Sunday after Trinity. M.L.-Eccles, 11 & 12, Heb. 13; E.L.-Hag. 2 to v. 10 o
Death of Clive, 1774.
[Mal, 3 & 4, John 7 to v. 25.

23 Tu General election of 1885 began.

W The Pope fled to Gaëta, 1848.

25 TH Alfonso XII., of Spain, died 1885.

Marshal Serrano died 1885.

S Mr: Gladstone returned for Midlothian, 1885.

1 Sunday in Advent. M.L.-Isaiah 1, 1 Peter 1 v. 22 to 2 v. 11; E.L-Isaiah 2 or 4 v.2,
First London School Board elected, 1870.
[ John 11 to v. 17.

30 Tu King of Burmah surrendered, 1885.

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Formation of the Australasian Federal Council, 1883.
National Conference on the Eastern Question, 1875.
Mr. Gladstone Premier for the first time, 1868.
Persians defeated by the English at Bushire, 1856.
James II. fled from England, 1688.

3 Sunday in Advent. M.L.-Isaiah 25, 1 John 4 v. 7; E.L.-Isaiah 26 or 28 v. 5 to
Dynamite outrage at London Bridge, 1884.
[19 John 19 to v. 25
Prince Consort died, 1861.

Dr. Howson, Dean of Chester, died, 1885.
Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector, 1653.

Vera Cruz surrenders to the Spanish, 1861.

Slavery abolished, United Statas, America, 1862.

[23, Rev. 5.

4 Sunday in Advent. M.L.-Isai. 30 to v. 27, Rev. 4; E.L.-Isaiah 32 or 33 v. 2 to v.
Louis Napoleon, President of the French Republic, 1848.
Sleswig Holstein annexed to Germany, 1863.

Part of New Guinea and New Ireland annexed by Germany, 1884.

23 TH Principality of Roumania founded, 1861.

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Debate on the Tonquin Credits: vote of confidence in Government carried by 4 votes,
Christmas Day.
[1885.

1 Sunday after Christmas. M.L.-Isa. 35 (Gen. 4 to v. 11), Acts 6; E.L.—Isa. ¡38
Bank Holiday.
[or 40 (2 Chron. 24 v. 15 to 23), Acts 8 to v. 9.

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Lord Macaulay born, 1809.

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Sir H. Stewart advances from Korto, and General Earle from Abu Hamah, 1884.
Gambetta died, 1882.

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2 Sunday after Christmas. M. L.-Isa. 42, Mat. 1 v. 18; E. L.—Isa. 43 or 44, Acts 1. Five M.P.s impeached, 1642.

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1 Sunday after Epiphany. M. L.-Isa. 51, Mat. 5 v. 33; E. L.-Isa. 52, v. 13 & 53 or 54,
Royal Exchange burnt, 1838.

[Acts 5 v. 17.
General Gordon accepted the offer of the King of the Belgians to go to the Congo, 1884-
Napoleonists banished from France by law, 1816.
Greece declared independent, 1822.

Battle of Belfort, 1871.

16 S

2 Sunday after Epiphany.

M. L.-Isa. 55, Mat. 9 v. 18; E. L.-Isa. 57 or 61, Acts 9

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Sir H. Stewart defeats the Soudanese rebels, 1885. Col. Burnaby killed.

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3 Sunday after Epiphany. M. L.-Isa. 62, Mat. 13, v. 24 to v. 53; E. L.-Isa. 65 or 66,
Chinese Embassy at Paris received by the Emperor Napoleon, 1869.

Mr. Collings' amendment to the Address carried (329 votes to 250), 1886.
Fall of Khartoum. General Gordon killed, 1885.

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4 Sunday after Epiphany. M. L.-Job 27, Mat. 16 v. 24 to 17, v. 14; E. L.-Job 28 or XXXIX. Articles subscribed, 1562.

[29, Acts 18 to v. 24.

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