Book - 1876
Good condition set of four.
1 January — The Bass Brewery Red Triangle becomes the first registered trademark symbol, under the Trade Mark Registration Act 1875.
April — The Royal Titles Act (introduced by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Benjamin Disraeli) grants Queen Victoria the title of Empress of India from 1877.
7 April — Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton, becomes Viceroy of India.
1 May — The Settle-Carlisle Railway is opened to passenger traffic.
13 July — The prosecution of Arthur Tooth, an Anglican clergyman, for using ritualist practices begins.
August - The Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, is made Earl of Beaconsfield by Queen Victoria.
August - Medical Act enables (but does not require) institutions granting medical qualifications to allow them to women.
5 September — William Gladstone's Bulgarian Horrors pamphlet is published.
7 October — First greyhound race to use an artificial hare is held, at Hendon.