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Astor, Waldorf, “The Health of the Austen-Leigh, W. and R. A., “Life People,' 228, 486.

and Letters of Jane Austen,' 232,

302 note. Astrology, the science, 240, 295, 304. At anasian Creed, character, 242, Austin, Alfred, on the staff of the 235.

“Standard,' 227, 357. Athene, site of the temple, 226, 8.

Mrs Sarah, portrait, 239, 41–

literary works, 43, 44—correAthens, system of equalitarianism,

spondence, 43-49. 236, 140. Atkins, J. B., “Life of W. H. Australia, navy, 223, 122 note. Russell,' extract from, 239, 86.

transport of the wheat crop, Atkinson, Meredith, · Australia :

225, 474. Economic and Political Studies,' Australia, 227, 113—oconomic de. edited by, 236, 1.

velopment, 114-establishment of

federation, 115_foundation of a Atlay, J. B., views on International Law, 224, 422.

system of defence, ib._advantages

and disadvantages of self-govern. Atom, The, 241, 311-328.

ment, 116–118—liability involved Atteridge, Mr, ' Napoleon's Brothers,'

by membership of the Empire, 118 224, 468.

--result of the Imperial Conference,

119~the Committee of Aubert, George, “ La Folie Franco.

Imperial Defence, 120-proposed Allemande,' 234, 304.

scheme of union, 121-125-dis' Audacious,' H.M.S., loss of, 223, advantages of the confederate 154, 157 ; 234, 128.

system, 122. Audoux, Mme, Marie-Claire,' 225, fleet of steamers, 232, 484– 68.

contracts for shipbuilding, 485. Auer, Dr, 'Mental Hygiene,' 232, result of admitting Asiatics, 299 note.

233, 369-373_three futures, 372. Augier, G., character of his dramas,

exclusion of Asiatics, 235, 247, 237, 334.

250—isolated position, 292. Augustovo, battle of, 223, 88, 102.

Economic and Political Aumale, Henri d'Orleans, Duc d', Studies,' extract from, 236, 21collections of works of art, at

democratic republic, 132, 136Chantilly, 240, 365–370–exiled,

number of telephones, 308. 366.

Infelix; The Problem of the Austen, E. E., “ Notes on Hippobos- Northern Territory, 238, 180–

cidæ in the British Museum,' 234, 197. 89.

State Paternalism in, 240, Austen, Jane, 228, 1-30.

137-151. Jane; A Personal Aspect, family allowance scheme, 242, 232, 301-317.

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AUSTRALIAN.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. Australian Commonwealth, three 239, 580; 227, 232, 250 ; 228, 262

stages, 236, 1-3-Workers' Union, 266, 537-539; 229, 276–285 ; 230, 15.

246–248; 231, 253–255, 266– Labour and Australian

possessions on the Adriatic coast, Ideals, 236, 1-23.

224, 332— Treaty of Vienna, 334—

Italian character of the maritime Austria, Modern, 224, 463-482.

provinces, 335-policy, 338–

— revolution in Vienna, 231, various nationalities, 339, 466– 263–272-terms of peace, 268—a

treatment of enemy aliens, 424– federal state, 268; 237, 121– yield of crops, 453, 458—number constitution, 231, 270_conditions of casualties, 561. of the armistice, 271 ; 232, 236 Austria-Hungary, policy in Serbia, abdication of the Emperor Carl, 225, 168-military operations on 231, 272-proclaimed a republic,

the Bessarabian frontier, 548. ib. Treaty of Peace signed, 235,

military operations in Volhynia,

226, 240—value of exports to 11-provisions, 13.

Roumania, 399_tariff war with, restoration of the Monarchy, 400-trade with Palestine, 420. 237, 118-123-attitude of the working class, 122.

military operations in Rou

mania, 227, 254–261-relations the new, 238, 26.

with Italy, 372, 376; 235, 74– reconstitution, 241, 4.

strength of the navy, 227, 471Austria - Hungary, opposition

bombardment of Cattaro, 473— to

attacks the shores of the Nationalism, 223, 78—alliance with Germany, 79; 234, 205—strength

Adriatic, 474. of the army, 223, 103-retire from military operations in Mol. the San, ib.-number of ships davia, 228, 542. lost, 115-punitive expedition

- military despotism, 229, 78— against Serbia, 124, 290-292–

municipal kitchens, result of the campaign, 126–129

172-the

Southern Slavs, 176-204-military defeat at the battle of the Drina,

decadence, 573. 128-casualties, 129—annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 247, policy in the Balkans, 230, 168, 424, 445--economic condition, 388 175—Treaty with Serbia, 168. -agricultural industry, amount of trade, 389_policy to

defeat of the army, 231, 255_ promote discord between the Bal

surrender, 262. kan States, 431, 433_ultimatum

, negotiations for peace, 232, to Serbia, 439—military conven- 231-233—note circulation, 497– tion with Roumania, 447-military Public Debt, 499. operations against Russia, 583594 ; 224, 266–275, 566-581; 228, on the question of Vorarlberg, 540-inactivity of the fleet, 223, 233, 447-449. 601.

result of the system of 'scienmilitary operations against tific economy,' 234, 209-political Italy, 224, 275-279, 585; 226, structure of the new Republic,

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AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

AZERBAIJAN. 210–213—work of reconstruction, Austrian and German Alliance, 213—need of fusion with Germany, The, 239, 1-16. 215-217—'Danubian Federation,'

Republic, The Problem of 216–218—relations between the

the, 234, 203-220. States, 217—revision of the treaty, 219-attack on Asiago, 362.

Austro-German treaty, 232, 375.

policy, 234, 204. Austria-Hungary, result of the de

Austro-Prussian War of 1866..224, struction, 240, 311-313—suprem

276. acy of the Jews, 314_relation between Monarchism and National' Automobile Industry, Facts and Socialism, 320.

Figures of the,' 240, 323.

Avebury, Lord, scientific work, 230, character of her policy, 241,

455—experiments on insects, 240, 293.

222. Austria, Archduke Francis Ferdi- Azerbaijan, Republic of, 234, 428 ;

nand, murdered, 223, 434, 447; 225, 238, 55_relations with Georgia, 169.

429-independence. 439.

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Bach, Johann Christian, friendship Baethgen, F., ' Commentary on the with Zoffany, 227, 49—death, 50. Psalms, 230, 4.

Bagehot, Walter, views on currency, and Shakespeare, 239, 360–

228, 63—' The English Constitu379.

tion,' 229, 22—on the office of Bacon, Sir Francis, views on mili

Prime Minister, 237, 378—essay tarism, 224, 78messay 'On the on Gladstone, 241, 144. True Greatness of Kingdoms,' Baghdad, the Caliphate of, 224, 173. 225, 425—De augmentis scientiarum,' 230, 282-on progress,

capture of, 227, 589; 233, 116, 234, 108— Novum Organum,' 109

120. - Advancement of Learning, ib. , condition, 232, 413, 417-will, 236, 228—essay on Sus- primary schools opened, 418. picion, 241, 280-essay · Of Great

occupied, 234, 417. Place,' 345.

Railway, 223, 243; 226, 415, ---, Roger, discovery of gunpowder, 428; 227, 149, 155-157; 228 226, 452-scientific work, 240, 306. 307; directors, 228, 300.

Negotiations, 228, 487Badajos, capture of, 241, 263.

528. Baddeley, W. St Clair, 'Place. Baghdad Railway, The, 235, 307–

Names of Gloucestershire,' 228, 329. 347 note.

Bagwell, R., “Ireland under the

Stuarts,' 242, 88. Baden, Karl Friedrich, Duke of, administration, 231, 47.

Bahadur, Raja Sobhanadri Appa

Rao, Zemindar of Telaprole, antiPrince Max of, appointed Reform speech, 236, 47. Chancellor, 235, 139.

Bahrdt, K. F., founder of The Baden-Powell, Sir R., development

German Union,' 237, 93. of the Boy Scout Movement, 225, Bailey, John, “Some Books on the 400—Aids to Scouting,' ib.-on War,' 224, 483—'A New Life of the defects of the cadet system, Wordsworth,' 226, 116-Swin

412—the scout training, 413. burne,' 228, 228_Keats and Sir Badger, Admiral C. J., on the control

Sidney Colvin,' 229, 459_Ser. of the sea, 223, 312.

of a Poet,' 233, 317–

Records of Longevity,' 236, 226 The, at Home, 240, 24–36. note. Vol. 243.

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Bainville, Jacques, 'Histoire des the Navy, 109—attends the meet

deux Peuples,' extract from, 224, ings of the War Council, 514393.

on the advantages of an attack on Bajazet I, method of administering

the Dardanelles, 520-on the work

of the Marcantile Marine, 228, 132— justice, 226, 32.

on the Bagdad Railway, 505-507 Baker, C. H. Collins, ‘Lay Criticism

- Foundations of Belief,' 234, of Art,' 234, 375.

60-at the Washington Confer

ence, 238, 170—Secretary of State J. A., protest against naval

for Foreign Affairs, 290. expenditure, 223, 121.

Balfour, Lord, of Burleigh, “ An HisRay Stannard, 'Woodrow

torical Account of the Rise and Wilson and World Settlement,'

Development of Presbyterianism 241, 382.

in Scotland,' 225, 448. Sir Samuel, “ Cyprus as I saw

Prof., ‘Botany and Religion,' it in 1879, 227, 418.

227, 450. Bakewell, Robert, improvements in Balkan League, 223, 446. cattle breeding, 242, 110.

peninsula, result of the return Baku, evacuated, 230, 524.

of the Turks, 242, 337–345. Government established at, Settlement and Greece, 229, 234, 430-oil industry, 432; 238,

576-584. 56—Bolshevik Gummet at, 234,

States, policy, 223, 84-wars, 433.

249; 224, 341; 225, 168, 173; capital of Azerbaijan, 238, 56.

227, 378. congress at, 239, 184, 191–

and the War, 223, 424occupied by Bolsheviks, 190.

438. Baldwin, Charles, purchases St

omission of the British James' Chronicle,' 227, 354.

Government to secure union, 225, Rt Hon. Stanley,

172–175, 187. spondence with the Denison House

relations with Russia, Committee, 240, 193—on extrava- 237, 162-formation of the League, gance of the Government, 203— 164. on the League of Nations, 241, 7–

· Balkans, Commercial Guide to the,' mandate for Tariff Reform, 212,

230, 76. 219—policy, 242, 371, 464.

The Final Settlement in Balfour, Earl, on the German fleet,

the, 228, 353–370; 229, 89. 224, 592—Theism and Humanism,' 225, 301-308—on the rise The Truth about the, 235, in freights, 481–introduction to

391-412. ‘Politik,' 226, 177-criticism of

Ball, Albert, German Methods in Treitschke's doctrines, ib.-on the battle of Jutland, 286, 293–

Italy,' 224, 136. 'Imperial Defence,' 227, 99 note- John, Alpine Guides,' 227, on the magnitude of the work of 449.

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