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Chenery, Thomas, editor of the Children's Charter,' 233, 123, 133. 'Times,' 227, 367 ; 239, 95.

Chile, views on the law of neutrality, Cheque, system of paying by, 228, 223, 579. 72.

China, character of art, 223, 509— Chéradame, André, ‘La Crise Fran- violation of the law of neutrality,

çaise,' 224, 387—'The Pangerman 567. Plan Unmasked,' 227, 144, 264.

Reorganisation Loan, 226, 169 Cherbourg, naval review at, sound -neutrality in the war, 170_

of the guns, 226, 220–222, 225, 227. independence guaranteed, 172Cherif Pasha, resignation, 226, 38.

relations with Japan, 173; 234,

399, 408. Chesney, General, in command of the Euphrates Survey Expedition, 228,

Some Tibetan Abbeys in, 489; 237, 71-India under Ex.

227, 59–77. periment, 230, 404.

result of the establishment of Chesterfield, Lord, on the ignorance

the Republic, 229, 397. of the people on foreign affairs, and the Powers, 233, 1-25. 226, 470.

war with Japan, 234, 398. Chesterton, G. K., gift of humour, 241, 46, 50.

revolution, 235, 241. Chevrin, Arthur, L'Autriche et la

foreign relations, 238, 102Hongrie de demain,' 229, 181.

Nine Power Treaty, 105–108– Chew, Samuel, C. “Byron in Eng.

Customs Tariff Treaty, 108–110 land : His Fame and After-Fame,'

-history of the Shantung question, 241, 229.

110-112-Treaty with Japan, 112

-administration, 113. Chidell, Fleetwood, Imperial Migration and the Clash of Races,' 233,

Empress-Dowager, conversion 359..

to constitutionalism, 226, 153—

directs the reform movement, 155. Child, Prof. C. M., 'Senescence and

Rejuvenescence, 240, 228. Chinese Republic, Four Years of Child Education in India, 229,

the, 226, 152-175. 516-525.

Revolution, Financial and

Historical Review of the,' 226, Childe Harold,' 237, 438.

152. Childers, Rt Hon. H. C. E., views on the supremacy of the First Lord of

loyalty to British rule in the

Malay States, 228, 401. the Admiralty, 223, 63. Children, result of the industrial

Society, 230, 79. system, 228, 451-physical con. Drama, The, and Andition, 452_number on the school cestor Worship, 231, 296–317. registers, 453-compulsory attend. ance, 458-employment,

working capacity, 235, 244–

ib. nursery schools, 460-continua.

immigration, 249. tion schools, 461.

Chipping Campden, 238, 78, 82.

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Chirol, Sir Valentine, ‘Turkey in Church of England As It Is, The,

the Grip of Germany, 223, 231; 242, 227–246.
229, 491–on the Bagdad Railway,
228, 509– Islam and the War,'

The, and the Prayer-Book, 229, 489— Cecil Spring-Rice : In

240, 205–214. Memoriam,' 230, 57— Constitu

Reform, 229, 439–458. tional Reform in India,' 401– 'The Outlook in India,' 238, 130

and State, Committee on, Foreign Editor of the 'Times,' 239, report, 231, 333–339, 341. 100.

Times, The,' extract from, Chittenden, Prof., the

242, 229. sumption of protein, 224, 451.

Union in Scotland, 233, 205– Chlumecky, Leopold, Freiherr von, 225.

Oesterreich-Ungarn und Italien,' 224, 327-editor of the 'Oester

----, The, and Women, 233, 344

358. reichische Rundschau,' 235, 76 note.

Churches, earliest Saxon, 228, 110. Cholera, mode of transmission, 224, National and National Life, 160—number of cases, ib.

229, 335–356.

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Christian IX, King of Denmark, Churchill, C., satires, 239, 22. accession, 227, 396.

Lord Randolph, maiden speech, Belief and Immortality, 227, 234, 18. 1-16.

Rt Hon. Winston, First Lord Christianity, The Indictment of the Admiralty, 223, 212—on the against, 229, 27-48.

Navy, 116; 227, 101-plan of an Eastern: Reform and Re

expedition to the Dardanelles, 225,

231, 237; 234, 253_characterunion, 231, 112-126.

istics, 225, 262—criticism on the and Industrial Problems, 237, Navy, 226, 284, 286-policy, 292; 284.

238, 136, 143—evidence at the

Dardanelles Commission, 227, 513 Church, Dean, ‘ Bacon,' 238, 305.

-plan of a naval attack, 516, 519 Army, opinion of representa- Life of Lord R. Churchill,' tives on the increase of female 237, 383-on the Irish Draft Con intemperance, 233, 131.

stitution, 238, 206—criticism on,

241, 351. Assembly, proposed, 231, 341.

Churchmen's Union, Memorandum Council, 229, 448, 453-458.

of,' 229, 440 note. Representative, Committee on, 231, 340.

Cicero and the Conquest of Gaul,

230, 361-379. of England, Temperance Society Cilicia, racial conflict in, 234, 436. founded, 231, 72—relations with the Eastern Church, 124-election evacuated by the French, 239, of a Bishop, 233, 206.

175 ; 242, 336.

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Cinema, The, 234, 177–187. Clausewitz, K. von, 'On War,' 233,

425; 239, 235, 251 note ; 242, 56, an institution, 240, 56.

59, 67. Cintra, Convention of, 226, 131 ; 237, Clay, Miss, ‘Industrial Hospitals of 249.

England,' 232, 113 note. Cirillo, Domenico, at the Neapolitan Claypon, Janet E. Lane, scheme for Court, 235, 357-execution, 371.

the Provision of State Midwifery Cities, Great, Road Traffic in, Service, 228, 481. 233, 140_152.

Clayton, Bertram, Sinn Fein and Civil Service Estimates, increase in Labour,' 229, 256 Utopias Un

the cost, 225, 524-proposed tem- limited,' 231, 510—The Cinema,' porary and permanent reductions, 234, 177—What Labour Wants,' 525–527—result of saving, 537– 238, 327. policy of ruthless economy, 232, 513.

Clearing-House map of England, 232, ,

164. expenditure on salaries, 238, 412~character, 239, 413.

Clemen, Dr, interview with M. van

der Gheyn, 236, 250–252. Claes, J., 'The German Mole,' 225, • 134.

Clemenceau, M., on the independence Clare, John, love of wild flowers, 227,

of Austria, 233, 447. 443.

and M. Deschanel, 233, 470Clarendon, Lord, on the policy of

483. Prussia, 232, 9.

President of the Council of Press, edition of Shakespeare,

Ten, 235, 7-President of the 237, 5.

Paris Conference, 238, 16, 169

preface to 'La Paix,' 28-policy, Clark, Champ, on the reciprocity

30%-illusions, 31-Near-Eastern treaty, 225, 11.

policy, 239, 164—Premier, 240, C. U., The Text Traditions of

159—relations with M. Poincaré, Ammianus Marcellinus,' 230, 38.

ib.–friendship with Lord Morley,

241, 360_offer of treaties of N. D., Vice-President of the

guarantee, 389—period of occupaInternational Commercial Exposi.

tion of the Rhine, 391. tion, 238, 160. Clarke, Rev. W. E., missionary in Clifford, Sir Hugh, German Colo

, Samoa, 238, 238, 244.

nies : A Plea for the Native Races,'

231, 477. Clasen, Dr, president of the Alldeutschen Verbandes, 240, 311

W. G., The Ex-Soldier, by note.

Himself,' 226, 135. Claudel, The Works of Paul, 227, Clive in India, 232, 38–56. 78-94.

Clodd, Edward, The Question: If Paul, 'Annonce faite à Marie,' a man die shall he live again ?' 237, 340.

233, 82

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COLERIDGE. Clode, Mr, “Military Forces,' 225, Cobden, Richard, Free trade prin.

424 note, 425 note, 426 note, 427 ciples, 225, 321— Political Writnote.

ings,' 226, 269 note-distrust of

parliamentary government, 234, Cloriston, Henry, Tasso's Later

227. Verse,' 224, 23—'The Ginestra ;

or, The Desert Flower,' 235, 51. Cobham barony, case of, 224, 54. Clough, A. H., lines from, 234, 239. Cocaine habit, laws against, 239, 60. Clowes, William, surgeon, 226, 467 Cochin, M. Denys, on sociology, 224, -treatment of gunshot wounds,

389. 468—method of performing an Cockburn, Henry, China and the amputation, ib.

Powers,' 233, 1. Clubs and Coffee-houses of London,

Lord Chief Justice, opinion 237, 18–22.

against trying election petitions, Clynes, J. R., Food Controller, 234,

241, 376. 297.

Coco-nut plantations of Samoa, 238, Coal Commission, 232, 428.

241. freights, rise in the price, 225, Codrington, Dr, 'The Melanesians, 469.

234, 164. mines, State control, 227, 173.

Cohen, Herman, “The Court of

Criminal Appeal,' 230, 342. trade, amount of traffic, 232, 92.

Cok, John, compilation of the cartuwealth of the principal Euro- lary of St Bartholomew's Hospital, pean nations, 240, 108.

232, 114 note, 115, 116 note. Coalition, The End of the, 239, Coke, Sir E., statements on the 198–214.

Peerage Law, 224, 51. Ministry, 225, 566, 572; 227, Colbert, M., founds a French Levant 219, 226; 238, 404-407_result,

Company, 233, 335. 225, 263—disadvantages, 313.

Cole, G. D. H., 'Self-Government in character, 227, 220, 229—

Industry,' 229, 414; 237, 281– fall, 220, 233, 240-243—number

* Labour in the Commonwealth,' of votes, 238, 420-423_indict

231, 514-517-The World of ment against, 407-420_number of

Labour,' 515—theories of Guild public officials, 239, 412.

Socialism, 238, 335. Unionists, abstain from voting, Coleman, Prof. C. B., Constantine 238, 421-423, 427-policy, 424

the Great and Christianity,' 229, 426.

337, 338. Cobbett, William, 'Parliamentary

Coleridge, A. D., 'Eton in the Debates,' 225, 431 note-Year's

Forties,' 229, 299 note. Residence in the United States,' Hon. Gilbert, 'Eton in the 229, 365.

Seventies,' 229, 293.

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Coleridge, S. T., criticism on Sir J. Combinations, Financial and In

Mackintosh, 224, 542-on a trait dustrial, 230, 334. of the English, 235, 207-character

Commerce, British Oversea, in of his poetry, 241, 234-character

War Time, 223, 252. of his letters, 242, 199.

Commercial education, 226, 446–449. Collezione Settecentesca, 233, 289.

Commons, House of, characteristics, Collie, Norman, President of the

230, 435—revision of Bills, 436 Alpine Club, 237, 403.

subjection to the party system, Collingwood, R. G., 'La Filosofia di 439. Giambattista Vico,' 231, 359.

Commonwealth Navigation Act, 240, Prof. W. G., Scandinavian 143. Britain, 239, 382.

The Problem of, 229, 9 note. Collins, Mr Justice, member of the Communism, 238, 336; 239, 406.

Venezuelan Boundary Tribunal, 241, 372.

Community, meaning of the term,

235, 336. Michael, character, 237, 208– refrains from denouncing outrages Comnena, Anna, A. Byzantine in Ireland, 238, 204-pact with

Bluestocking, 233, 62-81. Mr de Valera, 205—result of his Complot pacifiste, 227, 277-expolicy, 393—Commander-in-Chief

tract from, 278. of the National Forces, 394–shot, 396_funeral, ib.-characteristics, Compulsion Bill, 227, 232. 397.

Compulsory Military Service in Sir S., protest against naval

England, 225, 416-437 — advoexpenditure, 223, 121.

cates of, 574, 583. Collison-Morley, Lacy, 'Some As- Comte, Auguste, ‘Cours de philoso.

pects of the Italian Settecento, phie positive,' 234, 101. 233, 288.

Condé, Prince de, work at Chantilly, Colomb, Vice-Admiral P. H., ‘Me- 240, 360. moirs of Sir Ashley Cooper Key,'Condorcet, Marquis de, “Sketch of a extract from, 233, 199.

Historical Picture of the Progress Colonies, need for a closer commercial of the Human Mind,' 234, 115.

union with the United Kingdom, Congo, the, sovereignty of Portugal, 225, 325.

239, 282. Colvin, Ian, ' Hanseatic League,' 237, Congregational Church, 234, 265, 12~ The Life of Jameson,' 241,

275. 78.

Congress and the War, 226, 196 Sir Sidney, 229, 459-476. 215. Coman, K., 'Economic Beginnings Connolly, James, 'Labour in Ireland,

of the Far West,' 223, 170, 172. 229, 258–Labour in Irish His. Combes, E., 'Profils et types de la

tory,' extract from, 261. littérature russe, 235, 102.

Conrad, Joseph, 242, 247-261.

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