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JANSOK.

JENNINGS.
Janson, C. W., 'The Stranger in Jardine, Sir John, protest against
America, 229, 360.

naval expenditure, 223, 120.
Japan, number of ships Jost, 223, Jason.” Past and Future,' 230, 319.
114—loss of the 'Hatsuse,' 152, Jastrow, Morris, “Zionism and the
154—character of art, 508,

Future of Palestine,' 233, 402 note.
-, grant of a Constitution, 226, Jaurès, Jean, “L'Armée Nouvelle,'
154—ultimatum to Germany, 170

233, 26, 41.
-seizure of Kiaochou, 171-de-
mands presented to China, 171,

M., assassinated, 228, 178.
174position strengthened, 172-
proposed reformation of China,

Java, population, 238, 185.
173.

Jebb, Şir Richard, German obituary
work of the navy, 227, 112,

criticism on, 223, 337_Studies in
475—cotton industry, 535.

Colonial Nationalism,' 226, 276.
rapid transformation, 229,

Jeffrey, meeting with Wordsworth,
403.

224, 549.
, railway nationalisation, 232, Jeffries, Mr, report on the condition
153-retrocession of Kiaochow to

of Vienna, 231, 263.
China.

Jehad, the proclamation of the Holy
Liaotung peninsula ceded to, War, 229, 494, 498.
233, 8-war with China, 19_treaty Jeidels, Otto, ‘Das Vernältnis der
of alliance with Great Britain, 24-

deutschen Grossbanken zur Indus-
war with Russia, ib.-population,

trio,' 231, 79, 89.
370.
and the War, 234, 395-410.

Jellett, Mr, letter to the 'Morning

Post,' 238, 400.
delegates at the General Con.

Jellicoe, Viscount, in command of the
ference of the International

Grand Fleet, 224, 587, 588; 233,
Labour Office, Washington, 235.

201, 203—telegraphic report on
198— victories over Russia, 239–

the Battle of Jutland, 226, 284
aggressive imperialism, 240.

-despatch vindicating Sir D.
- total tonnage to be scrapped, Beatty, 293—on the work of the
237, 182—strength of the fleet in Mercantile Marine, 228, 128-
1924..183–submarine tonnage. First Sea Lord, 227, 95; 235, 135
186 note.

-Crisis of the naval War,' 235,

131, 132 note-reforms, 132—at
history of the Shantung ques

the Battle of Jutland, 241, 109–
tion, 238, 110-112-Treaty with

120.
China, 112.

Jena, disaster of, 223, 42; 225, 431.
earthquake, 241, 90, 97, 104.
Japanese Army, casualties, 224, 150. Jennings H. J., 'Economic Condi.

tion of the Enemy Countries,' 223,
Jardine, D. J., Handbook of Cy. 370—'An Economic Stocktaking,

prus,' revisod and edited by, 227, 225, 73—' Our National Debt,'
401.

227, 160.

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JENNING 3. Jennings, Louis, on the staff of the Johannesburg labour troubles, 235, Timos,' 239, 94.

47. - L J., Field Paths, 236, 229 John IV, Emperor of Abyssinia, 237, note.

34-death, 36. Jerrold, L., 'The Real France, 224, Johns, Rev. C. A., ‘Flowers of the 386.

Field,' 227, 447. Jersey, Dow. Countess of, ' Fifty-one Orrick, character of his poetry,

Years of Victorian Life,' 239, 216 226, 385. -education, 218.

Johnson, Christopher N. (Lord Sands), Jerusalem, The Latin Kingdom

• Church Union in Scotland,' 233, of, 230, 111-130.

205. capture of, 230, 248; 233, 120. , Major Douglas, on the Treaty Hebrew University at, 231, 323

of Rapallo, 238, 20. note-Holy Places, 327-problem Rev. James B., 'Place-Names of sanitation, ib.-Wailing Wall, of England and Wales,' 228, 348. 328.

Lionel, on the aim of the new Jews, the, in Palestine, 226, 421- poetry, 226, 367.

427-language, 422-population, ib.-character of the pioneers, 424

Dr Samuel, criticism on the -acquisition of land, ib.-educa

Americans, 229, 358-'A Dictiontional system, 426—principles,

ary of the English Lanugage,' 240, 522.

166, 168-172-literary despotism,

241, 236. belief in the hope of immortality, 227, 12.

Johnstone, James, purchases the

Standard,' 227, 356. , restoration to Palestine, 231, 325.

Johore, State of, development of the

territory, 228, 395—trade, 396. as a Revolutionary Leaven, 233, 172-187-A Reply, 401-410.

Joint Industrial Councils, 230, 339 ;

233, 464. , emancipation, 237, 95-cha

Joinville, Prince de, ‘Notes sur les racter, 96.

forces navales de France,' 232, 4. -, supremacy in Austria and Jones, Ed. H. Stuart, 'Catalogue of Germany, 240, 314.

the Ancient Sculptures in the -, relations with tho Poles, 241, Municipal Collections of Rome,' 428.

234, 22. Jibuti railway, construction, 237, Dr Ernest, Papers on Psycho45.

Analysis,' 238, 258, 261. Jirecek, Constantin, 'Geschichte der -, E., protest against navel ex. Serben,' 226, 489.

penditure, 223, 121. Joffre, Marshal, plan of a combined Prof. Sir Henry, 'The Working

attack in the war, 239, 236, 244– Faith of the Social Reformer,' superseded, 240, 246.

extract from, 229, 129, 131, 132.

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JUTLAND. Jones, Inigo, ‘Britannia Triumphans,' Judge, a good, essential qualities, 239, 19.

241, 368-method of appointment

369. Leif, protest against naval expenditure, 223, 121.

Judiciary, The Misuse of the,

241, 368-381. Jo-ni Abbey, 227, 62-70.

Jugo-Slavia, alliance with Czecho. Jordan, D. Starr, 'War and the Slovakia, 235, 393—area, 394. Breed,' 27, 17.

frontier question, 236, 220. Rt Hon. Sir John N., 'The Washington Conference and Far

population, 238, 25. East Questions,' 238, 101.

relations with Italy, 239, 113;

241, 294-territories of the new W. G., “Religion in Song, or Studies in the Pealter,' 230, 1, 19,

State, 241, 295, 303—rejection of 20.

proposals, 301-negotiations with

Italy, 302, 308-conference at Jorga, N., The Attitude of Rou. Rapallo, 303—agreement with, mania,' 223, 439.

308-310. Jose, Arthur, ‘A Short History of position, 242, 337.

Australia and New Zealand,' 236, 1. Julian, Emperor, influence on Am. Joubert, L., treatment of gunshot

mianus, 230, 50_characteristics, wounds, 226, 465.

51-attitude towards literature, 52

--system of religion, 53. Jourdain, John, Journal of, 236, 80, 83.

Jullianwallah Bagh affair, 238, 418. 'Journal of Agricultural Research,' Jung, Jul., “Römer und Romanen 228, 322.

in den Donauländern,' 226, 388

note. Journal d'Agriculture Pratique,' extract from, 227, 180, 182.

Juste, T., 'Sylvain van de Weyer,'

223, 217. Jovanovic, Dr Jovan M., 'The

Triune Kingdom, Political and Justice,' Editor of, 'The Evolution Economical,' 236, 418.

of Mrs Besant,' 230, 401.

ideal of Socialism, 237, 279. Jowett, Prof. Benjamin, character.

istics, 239, 225—'The Dialogues of Jutes, the, land of, 228, 99. Plato,' 242, 143—' Essay on the Interpretation of Scripture,' 229— Jutland, The Battle of, 226, 283–

'Miscellaneous Sermons, 244. 294; 227, 98, 232, 234, 138. Joyce, James, “Ulysses,' 238, 219– .: The Real Story of, 241, 234.

107-123.

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Kaerger, Karl, 'Klein-Asien ein Karl, Emperor of Austria, policy,

deutsches Kolonisationsfeld,' 226, 231, 266–concludes an armistice, 417.

271-abdication, 272-letter to

President Poincaré, 232, 231– Kahr, Herr von, Minister President

result of his policy, 234, 206. of Bavaria, interview with J. H. Morgan, 242, 441 note.

Karl the First and Last, 235, 78

83. Kainarji, Treaty of, 230, 166, 295.

attempt to return to Hungary, Kaiser Wilhelm Society, 224, 531. 237, 119, 125—memorandum from Kait Bey, Sultan, tomb-mosque, 223,

Count Czernin, 239, 12. 542.

'Karroo,' case of the, 228, 136–

138. Kallinikos, Rev. C. N., Priest in

charge of the Greek Church at Kaulla, M., railway concessions, 228 , Manchester, 231, 112 note.

492494, 498. Kalthoff, Dr A., ‘Nietzsche und die Kautsky, Karl, ‘How the World Kulturprobleme unserer Zeit,' 224,

War Came About,' 234, 313– 129.

* The Dictatorship of the Pro

letariat,' 235, 169. Kandel, I. L., 'Federal Aid for

Vocational Education, 228, 444. Kazan, Moslem Congress at, 239, 189. Kannenberg, Captain, atrocities in Keatinge, G. F., ‘Rural Economy in East Africa, 229, 378.

the Bombay Deccan,' 225, 368. Kanner, Heinrich, 'Kaiserliche Kata- Keats, John, ‘Endymion,' 236, 114— strophen politik,' 239, 1.

influence on poetry, 241, 235Kansas-Nebraska Bill, 223, 180.

lines on the bee, 284.

and Sir Henry Colvin, 229, Kansu, •White Wolf' in, 223,

459-476. 353-369.

Kebbel, “ History of Toryism,' 223, earthquake, 241, 103.

219 note. Kant, I., philosophy, 223, 49 ; 236, Keith, Prof. Arthur B., 'Imperial 153—essay on ‘Perpetual Peace,'

Unity and the Dominions,' 226, 229, 236.

269-271; 229, 1- The Antiquity Karamzin, “ History of Russia,' 235, of Man,' 228, 376– The Belgian 108.

Congo and the Berlin Act,'239, 271.

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KELANTAN

NIQQELL.
Kelantan, litigation by the Duff Kerr, Alfred, views on the war, 223,

Development Co., 240, 256–267. 44.
Kellaway, Rt Hon. F., protest Philip, interview with M.

against naval expenditure, 223, Tardieu, 241, 388.
121.

Kew Gardens, organisation, 230, 458
Kellogg, Prof. V., 'Eugenios and -Herbarium, 458, 460.
Militarism,' extract from, 227, 23.

Keynes, J. M., ‘Indian Currency and
Kelp industry in the Highlands, 233, Finance,' 223, 414 note-The
156.

Economic Consequences of the

Peace,' 233, 430-442; 240, 160
Kelvin, Lord, kinetic theory of gases,

Revision of the Treaty,' 238, 17
241, 312.

note- A Treatise on Probability,
Kemal Pasha, Mustapha, organises 241, 128, 132.
the Nationalist Movement, 239, Khama, King of the Bamangwato,
167—at Sivas ,Congress, ib.-

241, 71.
headquarters at Angora, 169—
President of the 'Grand National Kharkov, capital of Ukraina, 239,
Assembly,'ib.-treaty with Russia,

335.
172—relations with the Bolsheviks, Khartoum, fall of, 226, 34.
189—negotiations with them, 190.

-, Gordon Memorial College, 223,
Kendall, L. B., 'Safety,' 232, 384.

13, 20.
Kennedy, A. L., 'The Old and the The Journals of Major-General
New Diplomacy,' 239, 72-82-

Gordon at,' 223, 1.
• Diplomatists and Revolution,' Bhlisty, or Flagellants sect, 240, 389.
240, 385.

Kiaochow, administration, 238, 111
Kenny, C. S., Outlines of Criminal

-restored to China, 112.
Law,' extract from, 230, 367.

Kiderlen-Wächter, Herr von, Foreign
P. D., 'Economics for Irish
men,' 229, 259.

Secretary, 226, 405.

Kiel Canal, 226, 88-formalities on
Kent, C. F., 'Commentary on the
Psalms, 230, 13 note.

entering, 89—dimensions, 327–

cost of building, 328-turning
Prof. Stanley, 'Journal of basins, 330—journey through the
Industrial Hygiene,' 237, 293. Canal, 330-332-Harbour, 332—

derivation of the name, 334.
Keppelman, Mr, manager of the

Elberfeld Co., 232, 17-business , enlargement, 233, 201.
methods, 33, 35, cruises in his Kiev, agreement signed, 239, 326
yacht, 36.

- captured by Bolsheviks, 328
Kern, Otto, ' Article on Epimenides,'

by Germans, 329–congress of
231, 378.

Farmers, ib.
Kernohan, J. W., The County of Kiggell, Lieut.-Gen. Sir L. E., Chief

Londonderry in Three Centuries,' of the Army General Staff, 227,
239, 27.

99 note.

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