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German Opinions (Six) on the Naval House of Lords, Reform of the, 34-47
Situation, 725-743

Hurd (Archibald S.), The Balance of
Germany and France in 1870, a Naval Power and the Triplo Alli.

warning against unpreparedness, ance, 1068-1082

Goldman (C. S.), A German View of INDIA, A Railway to, 163–169

the Anglo-German Problem, 346- India, Decentralisation of Gov.

ernment in, 810-825
Good (T.), Unemployment from the India Revisited, 375-385

Unemployed' Point of View, 153- Indian Politics, A Prospect in : Quo

Vadis ? 711-724
Gould (Dr. George Milbury) on Laf- Indian Reforms: a Hindu View,
cadio Hearn, 258-271

Government, The, and the House of Infant Life, The Waste of, 48-64
Lords, 25-33, 34-47

Inheritance and Sociology, 74-90
Government, The, What should it do? Insurance against Unemployment'

Scheme, An, 272-282
Great Earthquake, Some Personal International Copyright Law Reform
Erperiences of the, 663-674

and the Berlin Convention, 1056-
Great Inquest, The, 614-629

Green (Mrs. John Richard), Tradition Invasion, 18 it possible ? 1-10

versus Enquiry in Irish History, Invasion, Possibilities of, and our

unreadiness, 925-935
Greenwood (George G.), The Vindi. Ireland and the Budget, 855-861

cators of Shakespeare : a Reply to Ireland in Extremis,' 535-540

Sir Edward Sullivan, 1038-1055 Irish History, Tradition versus En.
Gwinner (Arthur von), The Baghdad quiry in, 480-494

Railway and the Question of Irish Land Bill, Mr. Birrell's, 946-
British Co-operation, 1083-1094 964

Italy as a Naval Power, 1078
ABITUAL Criminals and Preven-

tion of Crime Act, 241-250
Haldane (Mr.) and the Army, facts and KEETON, (Miss A. E.), Felix Men-

delssohn-Bartholdy, 337–345
figures, 11-15; Territorial Army Kennard (Mrs. Arthur), The Real
and Home Defence, 940-945

Lafcadio Hearn, 258-271
Hale (Colonel Lonsdale), Forewarned Kerrich (Mary Eleanor Fitz-Gerald-),

but not Forearmed : a Warning Edward Fitz-Gerald: a Personal
from 1870-71, 936-945

Reminiscence, 461-470
Halil Halid Bey, The Origin of the Kettle (T. M.), Ireland and the Budget,
Revolt in Turkey, 755-760

Hamilton (Sir William Baillie), Forty- Kingston (Gertrude), How we came to

four Years at the Colonial Office, be Censored by the State, 504-520

Knox (Major-Gen. Sir W. G.), A
Harrison (Alfred H.), Sledging as a Glance at a War Horizon, 925-935

Method of Exploring the Arctic

Ocean, 690-698
Harrison (Austin), What every German LABOUR and Capital, Karl Marx,

Ruskin, and Economic Science,
Knows, 891-903

Hearn (Lafcadio), The Real, 258-271 Lambeth Ideal of Reunion, The,
Henry VIII and the Religious Houses 761-774
of London, 1026-1087

Land Values, Taxation of, 191-205 ;
Henson (Canon Hensley), The Lam. a Reply to, 699-710

beth Ideal of Reunion, 761-774 Lane-Claypon (Janet E.), The Waste
Heredity and feeble-mindedness, 74- of Infant Life, 48-64

Lansdowne (Lord) and the Licensing
Hindus and Mohammedans, repre- Bill, 25-33
sentation on the Councils of India, Lathbury (D. C.), Prayer-Book Re.


vision and the Ornaments Rubric,
Home defence, Our unpreparedness 775–782

for, 1-10, 11-15; a lesson from Legend, The End of a, 826-837
Prussia and France, 936-945

Legislative Council of India, Native
Hood (Hon. Alexander Nelson), Some representation on the, 177-190

Personal Experiences of the Great | Licensing Bill, The Lords and the,
Earthquake, 663-674


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Maggie : a Sketch from Life, 321-336 OMAR Khayyam and Edward Fitz-

Lilly (W. S.), The End of a Legend, Mortality among children, 48-64

Moslem aspirations for political
Lodge (Sir Oliver), The Attitude of liberty, 361-374

Science to the Unusual : a Reply

to Professor Newcomb, 206-222 NATIONAL Afforestation, 648-
London monasteries under Henry VIII,


National expenditure and taxation,
Lord (Walter Frewen), The Lost Em. 909-924
pire of England (?), 230-240

Naval and industrial expansion of
Lord Chamberlain, The, and the cen. Germany, 346-360
sorship of plays, 504-520

Naval Power, The Balance of, and
Lords, The, and the Licensing Bill, the Triple Alliance, 1068–1082

Naval Situation, Six German
Lords’ veto, The, finance legislation, Opinions on the, 725-743

and the policy of the Government, Naval Situation, The, 541-564

Nemi, Lake, and sunken galleys,
Lyrical poetry, Swinburne and Mere. 495-503
dith, 965-979

Newcomb (Prof. Simon), Modern

Occultism, 126-139; reply to, 206–

AGEE (Archbishop) and Modern

Making or Marring of Things Mili- O'Neill (Æneas), Six German Opinions
tary, The, 397-410

on the Naval Situation, 725-743
Malcolm (Ian), Ireland in Extremis,' Ornaments Rubric, Prayer-Book Re.

vision and the, 775-782
Mallock (W. H.), The Missing Essen- Orr (John), The Taxation of Land

tials in Economic Science, 435-452; Values: a Reply to Mr. Harold

Cor, 699-710
Marriott (J. A. R.), Reform of the Ottoman Empire, The, under constitu-

House of Lords, 34-47; The Great tional rule, 755-760
Inquest, 614-629

Ottomans and Christians under the
Marx (Karl), Socialism, and Econo- new régime in Turkey, 16-24
mics, 435-452

Oxford and the Working Classes,
Massy (Lieut.-Colonel C. F.), India 521-534

Revisited, 373-385
Maxwell (Sir

Afforestation, 648-662

at Berlin in the 'Fifties :
Melville (Lewis), The Centenary of Reminiscence, 91-108

Edgar Allan Poe, 140-152; William Paul (Herbert), Milton, 65-73
Beckford's Adventure in Diplomacy: Peace or a Sword? Some Reflections
an Unpublished Correspondence, of an Extremist, 117-125

Peace (Sir Walter), The Unification
Mendel (Abbot G. J.), his experiments of South Africa, 904–908
in hybridisation, 74-90

Pictures of the year, the Roral
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Felix), 337- Academy and the Salon, 1005-1017

Pitt (Mr.), William Beckford, and the
Meredith (George) and his friend French war of 1797, 783-799
Swinburne, 965--979

Pitt's (Mr.) war policy and Henry
Messina Earthquake, The, 312-320 Dundas, 931-933
Military training and home defence, Plunkett (Sir Horace), Mr. Birrell's

Irish Land Bill, 946–964
Military Weakness, Our, 11-15 Poe, Edgar Allan, The Centenary of;
Milton, 65-73

Mitra (S. M.), Indian Reforms : a Pollock (Lieut.-Colonel Alsager), The
Hindu View, 170-176

Making or Marring of Things
Modern Occultism, 126-139; reply to, Military, 397-410

Polar exploration by sledges instead
Monks and friars and the dissolution of ships, 690-698

of religious houses, 1026-1037 Poor Law administration, Royal Com-
Morley's (Lord) Indian Reforms, mission's Report, 614-629

177-190; Hindu criticism of, 170- Poor Relief in the Days to come,


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Popham (Mrs. Cecil), Maggie : Royce (Rev. G. Monroe), Henry VIII
Sketch from Life, 321-336

and the Religious Houses of Lon.
Poverty, unemployment, and Free don, 1026-1037
Trade, 283-298

Rude Awakening, A, 565–569
Prayer. Book Revision and the Orna- Runciman (Mr.) and the Representa-
ments Rubric, 775–782

tive Church Council, 109-116, 117-
Presbyterianism and Episcopacy, 125

Mutual recognition or reunion, Ruskin College and the working

classes, 521-534
Prevention of Crime Act, The, 241- Russell (Major-General Frank S.), Is

Invasion possible ? 1-10
Protectorates, Crown Colonies, and the Rye (J. B.), Oxford and the Working
Colonial Office, 599-613

Classes, 521-534
Provincial Governments in India and

decentralisation, 810--825
Prussian Court and Society fifty years SALON, The Royal Academy and
ago, 91-108

the, 1005-1017
Psychical research and telepathy, Samassa (Professor) on German naval

expansion, 735–737
Public-House, The Future of the, Schulze-Gaevernitz (Dr. G. von) on

British Imperialism and German
Public Trustee, The, twelve months' expansion, 346-360
experience, 411-418

Science, The Attitude of, to the Un-
Pulsford (Senator E.), A Lesson from usual: a Reply to Professor New-
Australia, 471-479

comb, 206-222
Pustau (Captain von) on German naval Scottish Orders and Catholic Re-
programme, 737-740

union, 386-396

Second Ch Advantages of a,
Quo Vadis! a Prospect in Indian and Reform of the House of Lords,
Politics, 711-724


Sellers (Miss Edith), An Insurance
ADICAL policy and Britain's against Unemployment' Scheme,
N peril, 230-240

272-282; Poor Relief in the Days
Railway to India, A, 163-169

to come, 875–890
Rath (Herr Legationsrath vom) on Separation orders and the law of

Anglo-German entente, 740-743 divorce, 299-311
Reform of the House of Lords, Shakespeare, The Defamers of, 419-

434 ; 630-647
Reforms in India, effects on land. Shakespeare, The Vindicators of : a

owners and cultivators, 711-724 Reply to Sir Edward Sullivan,
Religious education, State interference 1038-1055
in, 453-460

Sicilian earthquake, The, 812-320,
Religious Houses of London, Henry 663-674
VIII and the, 1026-1037

Silver, Price of, its influence on our
Representative Church Council, The, trade with the East, 675-689

and the Education Bill, 91-108, Sledging as a Method of Exploring

the Arctic Ocean, 690-698
Reunion of the Churches, ideals and Social Africa, The Unification' of,
hindrances, 761-774


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Reventlow (Count Ernst zu) on Ger- Sociology, Inheritance and, 74-90
man-English rapprochement, 731- Spender (Harold), What should the

Government do? 223-229
Rhys (Ernest), A Tribute to Swin. Spiritualism and modern psychical
burne, 965-979

research, 126-139
Ribblesdale (Lord), The Lords and the Stanley of Alderley (Lord), The Edu-
Licensing Bill, 25--33

cational Problem, 109-116
Roman galleys in an Italian lake, 495– State-aided insurance against

employment, 272–282
Roosevelt (Mr. Theodore) on naval State Feeding of School Children in
power, 1071-1072

London, 862-874
Rosebery's (Lord) Committee on Re- Statham (Heathcote), The Royal

form of the House of Lords, 34-47 Academy and the Salon, 1005-1017
Royal Academy, The, and the Salon, Suess' (Professor) theory of origin of

earthquakes, 319-320


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Sullivan (Sir Edward), The Defamers • Unification,' The, of South Africa

of Shakespeare, 419-434; 680-647; 904-908
a Reply to, 1038-1055

Union, The Act of, and he financial
Swedish Erperience in Education, A, relations of Ireland and England,

Swinburne, A Tribute to, 965-979 Unionist Party, The, and its Fiscal

Sore, 584-598
TAXATION of Land Values, The,

191-205 ; a Reply to, 699-710
Technical training for school children, GAMBÉRY Professor And The



Telepathy and unexplained physical key, 361-374; Personal Recollec-
phenomena, 206-222

tions of Abdul Hamid II and his
Theatrical censorship, its origin, 504- Court, 980-993

Vestments and Prayer-Book Revision,
• Tied houses' and reform of the 775-782

public-house, 994-1004
Tozer (Basil), Divorce versus Com.
pulsory Celibacy, 299-311


AR Horizon, A Glance at a,
Trade rivalries of England, Germany,

and United States, 346-360

Wealth-production, views of econo-
Tree-planting and unemployment, mists and of Socialists, 838–854

Weber (Rear-Admiral) on German and
Triple Alliance, The Balance of English navies, 727-731

Naval Power and the, 1068-1082 Welsh farm, Love and sorrow on 4,
Tulloch (Captain T. G.), The Aërial 321-336
Peril, 800-809

What Every German Knows, 891-
Turkey, Constitutional, The Future 903
of, 361-374

Whetham (W.C.D.), Inheritance and
Turkey, The Origin of the Revolt Sociology, 74-90
in, 755-760

White (Sir William H.), The Naval
Turkey under constitutional govern- Situation, 541-564
ment, 16-24, 755--760

Work-for-all fallacy, and insurance
Turkish Court, The, from Abdul against unemployment, 153-162

Medjid to Abdul Hamid, 980-993 Working-class education and Ruskin
Turkish railway enterprise, 1083-1094 College, 521-534
TNEMPLOYED, The, and tree-
plantation, 648-662

YEAR A, with the Public Trustee,
Unemployment from the Unem-

ployed" Point of View, 153–162 Young - Turki The, 16-24

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