STILL IN OPPOSITION.
Death of Lord Raglan-Fall of Sebastopol-Austrian Intrigues-Re-opening
of Parliament-The Mercantile Marine Bill--Peace-The Budget of
1856—Italian Affairs-— The American Difficulty- End of the Session-
Mr. Disraeli's Review—Chinese War-The Lorcha Arrow and Sir John
Bowring-Indian Mutiny--Foreign Policy of the Coalition Government
- The Secret Treaty-Discomfiture of Lord Palmerston-Debate on the
China War--Mr. Disraeli's Speech-Defeat of the Government--The
Dissolution—The General Election-Mr. Disraeli's Address-Parlia-
ment Re-opens-Indian Mutiny-Mr. Disraeli's Speech-Lord Granville
"taken by surprise "-A bold and statesmanlike Policy-Parliament
adjourned-Commercial Panic-Parliament hastily summoned-Debate
on the Address—Indian Mutiny—Unpreparedness of the Government-
Attempt to assassinate Napoleon III.—Count Walewski's Despatch and
the Addresses of the French Colonels—Lord Clanricarde's Case-The
Conspiracy to Murder Bill-Mr. Disraeli's Action-Defeat of the Govern.
ment-Lord Derby sent for- The New Ministry . . . . . 1
Lord Derby reluctant to take Office-Mr. Disraeli's Address-Speech from
the Hustings — Foreign Policy of the Government — Reform — The
French Alliance--Lord Malmesbury's Despatch-The Emperor's Pam.
phlet--The Cagliari Business—Mr. Disraeli's Speech-General Business
of the House--Reform-The India Bill— First reading-Compromise-