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Cambridge Medieval History,' 224, mechanical development, 454-in85 note.

Auence of the mid. Victorian philoModern History,' 223, 219

sophy of laissez-faire, 455-teachnote, 220 note ; 233, 408 note.

ing of Dr G. Parkin, 456_basic

quality of thought, 457---attitude and the Royal Commission, of French-Canadians, 457-459— 238, 347–360.

points of agreement, 459. School of Agriculture, 240, 351 ; Canada, State ownership of Rail242, 118.

ways, 232, 157, 174-176. University, organisation of

on the position of the British instruction to Belgian students,

Empire, 233, 365. 225, 207–209.

the first National Policy University, Agricultural Re.

tariff, 235, 26, 28, 93— Pacific search work, 238, 79.

Railway, 27-origin of the agrarian Cameroons, conquest of the, 225,

movement, 29 note-general elec563.

tions, 31-enactment of British

preferential tariffs, 32~Naval Act Camoëns, epic · Lusiad,' 224, 375.

of 1910..33. Campanella, Tommaso, on progress, The Agrarian Movement in, 234, 108.

235, 84-101. Campbell case, result, 242, 467.

appointment of an AmbasGeorge Douglas, Scotland as

sador to Washington, 235, 297. it was and Is,' 233, 153.

democratic republic, 236, 132, Dr Janet M., on the position

136_number of telephones, 308. and duties of the midwife, 228,

trade with the West Indies, 477 et seq.-monograph on Women

237, 188, 195, 197-199. in Industry, 232, 85, 87.

number of motor.cars, 240, Dr N. R., The Structure of

323. the Atom,' 241, 311.

relations with the United Thomas, ' Battle of the Baltic,'

States, 241, 173. 224, 407.

Canadian, A., Why Canada is at Campbell-Bannerman, Rt Hon. Sir

War,' 225, 1. Henry, leader of the Liberal Party, 237, 228—Prime Minister, Canals, result of construction, 232, 229.

93—decline, ib.--agitation for their

revival, 96_advantages, 97, 100— Campoformio, peace of, 224, 334.

unification of management, 98 Canada, fiscal freedom, 223, 460. use of mules, 99—compared with

the speed of a goods train, 100% is at War, Why, 225, 1-15. a Board of Control, 104--State as. four periods periods of history,

sistance, 107. 227, 452 influence of the Candler, Edmund, ‘ Abdication,' 238, British settlers, 453—phase of 1 133,

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Cannan, Gilbert, monograph on Carlton Club meeting, 239, 198, 202Freedom,' 231, 523.

204. Canning, Rt Hon. George, letter of Carlyle, Mrs, and English Letter

advice to Lord Granville writing, 242, 193–210.
preparing a speech, 225, 505—
criticism on, 513“foreign policy,

T., views on the Scottish

Parliament, 225, 450-essays on 241, 164.

Schiller, 235, 339—' Chartism,' ex. Cannon, use of, 226, 452.

tract from, 236, 71-story of 239,

56—Lamentations of Dryasdust,' Canonge, General, on the characteristics of Marshal Foch, 231, 240.

242, 62–treatment of his wife,

203-206. Canterbury, Archbishop of, 'Com.

mittee on Church and State, Carmichael, Lord Governor of Ben. report, 229, 439 ; 231, 333–339,

gal, 236, 52—his statement at the 341-Committee on Women and

Legislative Council, 226, 113. the Church, 233, 346, 348, 353. Carol, King of Roumania, 226, 390, Caper, the, 241, 14.

391-policy, 391. Capital and Labour, change in the Carpathians, the, military operations, relations, 225, 124-need for per

223, 584, 585, 589-591, 598. manent peace between, 329, 332. Carpenter, Edward, Towards Inrelations between, 229,

dustrial Freedom, 229, 414. 557 ; 230, 213; 238, 328.

Rt Rev. W. Boyd, ‘National

Churches and National Life,' 229, proposal to tax, 227, 174-176 ;

335. 230, 201.

Carr, H. Wildon, 'The Philosophy of
Levy, The Effect of a, on

Benedetto Croce, 231, 360.
Trade and Industry, 233, 42-61.
Capitalism, criticisms on, 242, 466.

Carranza, Don Venustiano, President

of Mexico, 238, 153-deposed, 156. Caprivi, General von, on cutting off supplies in war, 227, 106.

Carrogis or Carmontelle, Louis, col.

lection of drawings, 240, 371Cardinal Principle of Idealism, portraits, 372. The, 229, 132.

Carson, Sir E., strong personality, Carducci, G., estimate of Tasso, 224, 225, 264characteristics, 265– 23-lines from, 233, 288.

addresses in Ulster, 226, 247Cardus, Neville, ‘ A Cricketer's Book,'

First Lord of the Admiralty, ou 238, 306.

the work of the mine-sweepers,

228, 129–controversy with Lord Cargo, insurance of, 223, 255.

Birkenhead, 241, 377–379.
Carli, Filippo, 'La Ricchezza e la
Guerra,' 224, 136.

Carter, Huntley, 'Industrial Recon.

struction,' edited by, 229, 414. rlile, James, The Economics of Inland Transport, 232, 90.

Lionel, ‘Letters to the People

of India on Responsible Govern. Carlowitz, Peace of, 233, 337.

ment,' 230, 401.

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Carteron, M., on the methods of the Castriote, John, chief of Albania, German clerk, 225, 135.

228, 146. Carthill, Al., “The Lost Dominion,' Castro, Lincoln de, ' Nelle Terre del 242, 145–159.

Negus,' 237, 33. Cartier, G. E., views on confedera.

Dom Pedro Fernandez de, tion, 225, 11.

daughter, 224, 358. Cartwright, Julia, 'The Journals of

Lady Knightley of Fawsley,' edited Catalans, the, history, 231, 350. by, 239, 215. See Ady.

Catalonia, Home Rule and Casement, Sir R., contributions to Labour in, 232, 122–134.

' Irish Freedom,' 229, 246—sedi. tious articles, 247-255—Ireland,

Cateau Cambresis, treaty of, 224, 25. Germany and Freedom of the Cathay and the Way Thither,' 236, Seas,' 248—'The Keeper of the

90. Seas,' 250— Treland, Germany and the Next War,' 252—traitorous Cathedral in Fiction, The, 239, dealings with Germany, 255 336–348. seditious articles, 230, 215—Why Catherine II, Empress of Russia, Casement went to Germany,' 217

relations with Frederick the Great, -landing and arrest, 223.

230, 294—translation of French Caspar, M., ' Die Reform der höheren plays, 235, 107. Schulen in Preussen,' 224, 130.

' Catholic Anthology,' 226, 384. Caspari, W. A., on the training of chemistry students, 224, 532, 535. Catholicism at the Cross-roads,

240, 1-23. Cassel, Sir Ernest, founds the Banque

Nationale de Turquie, 228, 305 Catton, J. A. H., on league football, note.

239, 353. Cassi, Gellio, 'Il Mare Adriatico,' Catullus at Home, 223, 26–40.

224, 327. Cassini Convention, 233, 13.

Caucasus, the, invasion, 223, 595. Casson, Herbert, ‘History of the population, 234, 424. Telephones,' 236, 315.

Cavaignac, G., ‘La Formation de la Castellan, A. L., opinion of B. Goz

Prusse,' 231, 36. zoli, 239, 265.

Cavendish, Lady Harriet, marriage, Castex, Capt. R., ‘Synthèse de la

225, 501, 508_character, 511. guerre sous-marine,' 237, 366. Casti, Giambattista, Prima la mu

Cawdor, Lord, First Lord of the sica, poi le parole, 233, 291. Admiralty, 223, 212. Castile, history of, 231, 347.

Cawley, Sir F., member of the

Belgian refugees Committee, 225, Castlereagh, Lord, Local Militia Act,

195 note. 225, 431, 432-criticism on, 514 -at the Vienna Congress, 230, 298 Caxton Hall, Conference on Strikes, -foreign policy, 241, 163,

233, 452, 455.

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Cecil, Algernon, ‘Disraeli : The Cervantes, ‘Don Quixote,' 241, 52.
Middle Phase,' 226, 508— Two Cezanne, M., character of his paint-
Distinguished Gladstonians,' 229,
205—Cardinal Manning,' 236, 381

ing, 234, 384. Mr Lloyd George: A Page of Chaadaev, Peter, The Philosophy History,' 238, 279— British For- of History,' 233, 406. eign Policy Past and Present, 241, 156.

Chabot, Philippe de, letter from

Thiers, 228, 283. Cecil, Lady Gwendolen, 'The Life

Chadwick, Prof., 'The Heroic Age,' of Robert, Marquis of Salisbury,'

226, 17. 237, 378-399—criticisms on, 384.

Chambeges, Pierre, architect of ChanLord Robert, amendments on

tilly Château, 240, 357, 259, 362. the Defence of the Realm Bill, 223, 148_scheme for a League of Chamber, the, financial institution, Nations, 231, 210.

236, 350, 352. Viscount, 'National Unity,'

Chamberlain, Rt Hon. Austen, on a 241, 433.

reserve of gold, 223, 422 note-on

the ignorance of the people on Celimancy, art of divination, 240, foreign politics, 226, 478-on the 297.

Indian cotton duty, 227, 530, 537 Celsus, polemic against Christians,

-Budgets, 238, 411-on the ex239, 296.

emption limit of taxation, 239,

132-appeal for a permanent CoaliCensorship and Recruiting, 223, tion, 200-at the Carlton Club 130–158.

meeting, 203. methods of, 223, 295.

Houston Stewart, distinction

between culture and civilisation, The, and its Effects, I. In

223, 48-'Foundations of the England, 225, 148–163 - II. In

Nineteenth Century,' 224, 84. America, 160–163.

Rt Hon. Joseph, policy, 225, result, 227, 285.

260; 238, 281-political views, of the Press, 234, 132–146. 228, 433 --- characteristics, 436—

relations with Sir C. Dilke, 437 Census returns for 1911..224, 215 ;

-character of his principles, 229, 240, 45.

216-criticism on, 217—-on the Central Europe, Monarchism in,

isolation of England,

241, 167 237, 113–125.

- Fair Trade' propaganda, 220. Centralisation of administration, 235, Chambers, E. K., 'The Elizabethan 420.

Stage,' 241, 400 et seq. Centurion,' the, spirit of the cap

Dr King, Manual on Diet in tain, 235, 228.

Health and Disease, extract from,

231, 75. Century Dictionary, 240, 174.

Robert, Vestiges of the Cerebro-Spinal Fever or

Natural History of Creation,' 230, fever,' 224, 157-treatment, ib. 454.

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GENERAL LISRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

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CHEMISTRY. Chambrun, Comtesse de, ‘Giovanni Charrière, E., ‘Négociations de la Florio,' 237, 2.

France dans le Levant,' edited by,

230, 257. Championnel, General, defeats For.

dinand IV, 235, 361-administra- Chartered British Trade Bank, 226, tion of Naples, 362—recalled to

547. Paris, 365.

Chartism, 236, 62–75. Champneys, Basil, ‘Memoirs and

Correspondence of Coventry Pat. Chartists' riots, 234, 237. more,' 240, 123.

Chase, Chief Justice, on contraband, Chanak, fort of, 224, 122.

224, 238, 240. Chance, James Frederick, 'The Chastelleux, Chevalier de, On

Alliance of Hanover,' 241, 193– Public Felicity,' 234, 114. 210- List of the Diplomatic Representatives and Agents,' 197. Chatham, Earl, character of his

policy, 224, 438, 443. Chancellor, E. Beresford, “The An.

nals of Fleet Street: its Traditions Châtillon, Renaud de, career, 230, and Associations,' 227, 353.

119. H., protest against naval Chatterjee, A. C., 'Notes on the expenditure, 223, 121.

Industries of the United Provinces,'

227, 297. Channing, E., “Guide to the Study

of American History,' 223, 170. Chaucer, Geoffrey, references to bees, Chantilly and its Museum, 240,

241, 278. 356-373.

The Personality of, 242,

315-333. Chantrey Bequest, purchases under the, 224, 352.

Chaupy, Abbé Capmartin de, Décou. Chapple, Dr, protest against naval

verte de la Maison de Campagne expenditure, 223, 121.

d'Horace, 225, 483. Charcot, J. M., experiments in Chavannes, Puvis de, character of Hypnotism, 238, 257.

his pictures, 234, 381. Charles, King of Rumania, policy, Chekhov, character of his novels. 235, 230, 176m.death, ib.

113—Uncle Vanya,' ib. VI, Emperor, foreign policy, Chelmsford's Viceroyalty, Lord, 241, 195.

236, 42–61. Dr R. H., ‘A Critical and Chelnokoff, Mr, Mayor of Moscow, Exegetical Commentary on 223, 546. Revelation of St John,' 235, 373— Chelworth, Rev. John, first English on the date of the Apocalypse, 376

Rector of Padau University, 238, note, et seq.

126. Charléty, M., on French foreign Chemistry, awards for the dispolicy, 239, 272.

coveries in, 224, 527-training in, Charlottenburg, Treaty of, 241, 203. 532-535.

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