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IONIA.

INDUSTRIAL.
Industrial Co-operation Conference, of Plotinus,' 231, 480_' The White

New York, 237, 293—conscription, Man and his Rivals, 235, 234-
295.

Catholicism at the Cross-Roads,'
Council, a National, 233,

240, 1.-on the bee-hive, 241, 291.
451-469.

Ingleby, C. M., The Shakespeare
Council for the Building In.

Controversy,' 236, 230 note.
dustry, 233, 464.

Ingoldsby, Thomas, 226, 550. See
Courts Act, 233, 458.

Barham.
Movement in India, 227, 297- Ingres, J. D. A., paintings, 239, 267.
313.

Innes, Cosmo, ‘Lectures on Scotch
Reconstruction, 226, 295–317. Legal Antiquities,' 225, 443.

Scientific Research, 224, 520- Inoculation against typhoid fever,
539,

224, 159,
system, controversies, 241, 441. Insanity, cases of, 232, 298-treat-
Industries, dislocation caused by the

ment, 298–300.
war, 225, 314-organisation, 328 Insect pests in New Zealand, methods
-co-operation, 329.

to exterminate, 240, 104.
Industry, The Economic Future
of Women in, 232, 73–89.

Instituto Nazionale di Credito per lo

Co-operative, 235, 437.
and Employment, The Effect
of the War on, 223, 266-281.

Insua, Alberto, stories on the in-

vasion of France, 228, 175.
The Problem of Modern, Insurance Act, 238, 284.
237, 275–297.
and Trade, The Effect of a

Intellectual Status of Theological
Capital Levy on, 233, 42-61.

Belief, The, 241, 124-141.
and Trade, English and

Intelligence Department, 235, 129.
German Banking in Relation Intemperance, Female, 233, 122–
to, 226, 532–547.

139.
Iñes de Castro and Pedro of International,' founded, 234, 335.
Portugal, 224, 356–378.

Labour Office, The, 235, 191-
Infant mortality, 225, 128 ; 228, 470 206.
-principal causes, 471.

Relations, 238, 163–179.
'Inflexible,' H.M.S., 223, 299, 605,
607—at the Falkland Islands, 300.

Internment Camp, The Psy.

chology of an, 231, 396-408.
Inge, Rev. W. R., Dean of St. Paul's,
Patriotism,' 224, 71—'True and

'Invincible,' H.M.S., 223, 299, 607—
False Ideals of Progress, 227, 10–

at the Falkland Islands, 300
* The Indictment against Chris-

sunk, 241, 113, 121.
tianity,' 229, 27—The Philosophy Ionia, State of, 239, 177.

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IRAK.

ISAACS.
Irak under Turkey, 232, 401-411- Irish-Americans, hostility to Eng-
during the War, 411-423.

land, 230, 91.
Ireland, seditious newspapers, ex-

Bulletin,' publication, 236, 161.
tracts from, 223, 149, 150-Home

Council Bill, 240, 407.
Rule, German propangada in the
United States, 454—Amending

Free State, Oath of Allegiance,
Bill, 557, 559—Suspensory Bill,

237, 214.
560.

Constitution, 238,
Parliament of, under Grattan's 206-211, 392, 400.
Constitution, analogy between the

Bill, 238, 421, 422 ;
Scottish Parliament, 225, 452-454

239, 212–Republican Army, 238,
-proposed reduction of expendi-

199.
ture, 522.
agricultural policy, 227, 187–

Treaty, 239, 416.
191-control of the railways, 192

result on the Roman
-outbreak of rebellion, 231, 236, Church, 240, 409-411-boundary
285-geographical conditions, 562 question between Ulster, 414–
-relations with Great Britain, taxation, 416-language, 418.
562, 563, 566.

Freedom,' the, 229, 246 ; 230
Sinn Fein and Germany, 221.
230, 214-235.

Problem, The, 227, 558-569.
and Federalism, 232, 445-470.

Rebellion, The, 226, 244–265.
National Land Bank founded,
235, 440.

Rebellion of 1641'..239, 27.
Ireland, 236, 155–171 ; 237, 203–

Republican Army, policy of
218; 238, 198–212.

frightfulness,' 236, 161.
: Hopes and Fears, 238, 392–

Volunteer,' extract from, 226,
403.

249, 255.
administration, 238, 415.

Irishman, resemblance to the Ana-

tolian character, 229, 60.
atrocities in, 239, 201.
result of the Liberal policy,

* Irishwomen, A Call to,' 230, 235.
240, 429.

Irle, F., ‘Die Herero,' 229, 372.
Rome, and the Republicans, Iron and Steel Industry of Great
240, 404–419.

Britain, 227, 542_United States,

543—Germany, 543-557.
Sinn Fein outrages, 241, 189—
Home Rule Bill, 190—Land Acts, Iron-ore industry, 228, 412.
435—Disestablishment of the

Irving, Washington, The Sketch.
Church, ib.--Home Rule, 436.

book,' 229, 357.
To-day, 242, 361-375.

' Is Germany Guilty ? ' 234, 313.
Irische Blätter, review, 230, 228—

Isaacs, Sir Rufus, Lord Chief Justice
extract from, 229.

of England, 241, 374. See Read.
Irish Act of 1920..242, 366.

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ISAACS.

ITACY. Isaacs, S. H., 'The True Boundaries Italian Settecento, Scme Aspects

of the Holy Land,' 231, 321. of the, 233, 288-303. Ischl, meeting at, 239, 3.

* Italiana, La Politica Estera,' 227,

369. 'Isis,' origin of, 228, 345.

Italo-Turkish war, 224, 420. Islam ? A Revolt of, 223, 66–77.

Italy, The Attitude of, 223, 78-86... and the War, 229, 489-515.

campaign against Tripoli, 223, League for the Liberation of,

69, 249. 239, 188.

German Methods in, 224,

136–149. Ismail, Khedive of Egypt, division of the Sudan, 223, 3-character

Motor Industry, 224, 180istics, 226, 29-31.

economic position, 201—cost of

the war preparations, 202—-deKemal Bey, 'Albania and the claration of war against Austria and Albanians,' 228, 140—advice to Germany, 275; 234, 358, 362— the Sultan, 150-at Cettinje, 152– strategical character of the frontier, interview with Prince Mirko, 153 224, 276–278—value of the partici. -journey to Valona, 154-at- pation of the Navy in the war, 291. tends the national congress, 156—

and the Adriatic, 224, 327-elected President of the Provi.

343. sional Governnent, ib.—receives the Duc de Montpensier, 158—

military operations against attends the Conference in London,

Austria, 224, 585; 226, 239, 580; 159-returns to Valona, 161, 166–

227, 232, 250; 228, 262–266, 537appeal to the Powers, 161—views

539; 229, 276 ; 230, 246–248; 231, on the choice of Prince William of

253–255, 266 ; 234, 368. Wied, 162—President of the Com- character of philosophic specu• mittee of Public Safety, 167. lation, 225, 295—the Luzzatti

societies, 381. Ismet Pasha, Commander-in-Chief of the Turkish army, 239, 171 note.

number of schools in Turkey,

227, 158-agricultural policy, 185. Isotopes, 241, 324.

the Foreign Policy of, 227, Istria, population, 229, 182.

369-388. Isvolsky, Alexander, Minister of work of the navy, 227,473-475. Foreign Affairs, 225, 169-Me

the liberation, 229, 76, 78, 82. moirs of, 236, 402, 406-character. istics, 407, 414-negotiations with

and the Southern Slav8, 229, Count Aehrenthal, 408—relations

176-204. with Nicholas II, 413—policy, 415, Defeat of the 2nd Army, 229, 417-report of the interview at 278-retreat to the Piave, 280 Reval, 237, 161.

number of prisoners, ib. note, 283—

capture of Asiago, 282-San Italian Art, 239, 258.

Marino occupied, 283. Crisis, Dramatis Persona The Ideals and Aspirations of the, 224, 248–265.

of, 230, 131-144.

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ITALY:

IVORY.
Italy, readjustinent of commercial Italy, submarine tonnage, 237, 186

relations, 231, 49-amount of note.
exports and imports, 50_export Universities, life of the stu-
trade to the Central Empire, 51- dents, 238, 122— lectures, 123-
534-fruit and vegetables, 51-53, examinations, ib.
**56_wino, 53-oil, fowls and eggs,
*54-trade with England, 55, 57—

a Literary Shrine in, 239,

40-57.
organisation of production and
collection, 58–transport, 59-61–

the Fascisti organisation, 239,
sale, 61-Banca Commerciale, 83,

109—relations with Jugoslavia, 113
87—forcing the Piave, 254.

--position of equality, 115—foreign

relations, 116—need for economy,
Italy, result of railway nationalisa- 117.

tion, 232, 153, 174—Royal Com.
mission on, 155—shipping losses,

Air Force, 240, 77-transition
473, 475, 476-note circulation,

of Irredentism to Fascism, 308.
497—Public Debt, 499.

relations with Greece, 241, 14;
result of the capital levy Bill, 242,335, 343—with Serbia, 241, 294
233, 61.

-troops occupy Fiume, 296_claim
ratifies treaty with Germany,

to, 296–299negotiations with
235, 2-relations with Austria-

Yugoslavia, 302, 308-conference
Hungary, 74.

at Rapallo, 303—renounces Dal.

matia, 303, 310—evacuates it, 306,
Co-operative Labour in,

308—agreement with Yugoslavia,
235, 430-440.

308-310.
result of the plebiscite, 236,

foreign policy, 242, 338.
212-architecture, 377—new terri.
tories, 418-relations with the Ittihad' Club, 234, 431.
Tri-une Kingdom, 419, 420.

Ivanoff, General, defeats the Aus-
Treaty of Uccialli, 237, 36– trians, 224, 579.
-defeat at Adowa, 38.

Ivory, Lord, on the jurisdiction of
Fascism and its Political the Church Courts of Scotland, 233,
Influences in, 237, 134-154.

221.

J.

JANSON,

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J'ACCUSE. 'J'Accuse, 224, 502, 506 ; 228, 176. Jagow, Herr G. von, Foreign Secre

tary, on the Armenian question, Jack, J. C., 'The Economic Life of a

233, 398—'Ursachen und Ausbruch Bengal District, 227, 297.

des Weltkrieges,' 234, 339. Jäckh, Prof., ‘Das grössere Mittel. Jāhns, Max, books on firearms, 226, europa,' 227, 108, 158, 159.

453 note. Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall, 'The Life Jamaica, cotton trade, 237, 196.

and Letters of Stopford Brooke,' 229, 526, 531.

James VI, King of Scotland, method

of appointing the Committee of Jackson, Andrew, President of the the Lords of the Articles, 225, 442. United States, 223, 163.

Henry, 226, 60–74.
John, ‘Journey from India to.

in his Letters, 234, wards Europe,' 232, 342.

188–202-1. The Friend, 188–194– Stonewall, principles of war,

II. The Man of Letters, 194-202. 233, 108.

• The Letters of William W. W., "Reform or Revolu

James,' 236, 24. tion in the Church of England,'

Rev. T., Essay on the Honey 229, 439.

Bee, 241, 291. Jacobs, A. J., ‘Neutrality versus Jus

Prof. W., “Essays in Radical tice,' 231, 212, 223.

Empiricism,' 229, 140.

The Letters of William, Dr Joseph, 'Jewish Contri.

236, 2441. butions to Civilisation,' 233, 402 note.

Jameson, Dr, raid, 235, 38—life of,

241, 78. Jadot, Lambert, member of the Belgian Commission, 225, 199.

Jammes, Francis, ' La Brébis égarée,'

237, 340. Jaffa, German settlement at, 226, Janina, incident at, 241, 2-4. 415-trade, 419.

Jannaway, F. G., 'Palestine and the Jaffé, Edgar, ‘Das englische Bank.

Powers,' 226, 411. wesen,' 231, 81.

Janson, Lieut.-Gen. A. von, 'Der Jaggard, William, 'Shakespeare Bib. Ueberfall über See als Feldzugliography,' 237, 1.

seinleitung,' 227, 99 note.

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