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Antwerp, result of the fall, 223, 91, Archer, William, 'India and the
94 ; 225, 193.

Future, 230, 418, 422—'The
-, method of German penetration,

Germans in Belgium,' 236, 190—
225, 131-134-geographical posi-

Elizabethan Stage and Restora-
tion, 131-characteristic, 132—

tion Drama,' 241, 399.
German banks, 137.

Architecture, French, A History
relief of, 232, 358.

of, 236, 366-380.
Anzac, or the Digger' qualities, Archives of the War, The, 227,
236, 18.

494-510.
Apia, Hospital at, 238, 248-geo-Arden of Faversham,' apocrypha]
physical observatory, 250.

play, 237, 12.
Apocalypse, the, date, 235, 376 note. Ardenne, General Baron von, scheme

for attacking England, 223, 94.
Appleton, Dr Charles, Editor of the

Ardent,' the destroyer, sunk, 241,
Academy, 231, 22—character,
ib.

123.
Apponyi, Antoine Rodolphe, Count Argentina, Recent Political Evo-
d', Austrian Ambassador in Paris,

lution in, 225, 38–52.
233, 256—dispatch from Metter- number of telephones, 236, 308.
nich, 258–264.

Aristophanes, reference to bees, 241,
Apuleius, The Golden Ass' of,

274.
234, 41-55.

Aristotle, definition of the State,
Aquinas, Thomas, scientific work,

226, 182—view on
240, 306.

character of his logic, 193–
Arabia, military operations in, 234, morality, 194—translations of his
412.

works, 240, 305.
Arable farming, grant of a bonus, Armada, the, defeat of, 224, 25.
241, 446.

Armageddon, the Real, and
Arabs, the, war with the Italians, World Congestion, 228, 371-387.
223, 69—temperament, 73.

Armagh, Archbishop of, extract
relations with Abdul from his Message to the Church of
Hamid, 229, 497.

Ireland, 242, 242.
desire for self-govern- Armas, José de, ‘Spain and Ger-
ment, 231, 413.

many,' 228, 169—'Spain and
study of the science of medi-

Gibraltar,' 230, 182– Home Rule
cine, 240, 301-astronomy, ib.-

and Labour in Catalonia,' 232, 122.
alchemy, 302–translations, 303. Armenia, military operations in, 225,
Aragon, history of, 231, 348–350.

551-553; 226, 229.
Arber, Edward, 'Story of the Pil - independence, 235, 16.
grim Fathers.' 234, 260.

Republic of, 238, 48-legend,
Archangel, Allied troops at, 230, 525. 58-capital, 64.

war, 191-

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ARMENIAN.

ARNOLD
Armenian massacres, 223, 240; 225, Army, British, defeat of the Turks
167.

in Palestine, 230, 523—at Arch.

angel, 525.
Germany, Turkey, and
the, 233, 385–400.

trength, 239, 237 note,

241, 247—total frontage, 239–
Armenians, The, Their Past and

principal battles, 243.
Future, 233, 237-244.

Annual Bill, 1913, debate on,
under Russian rule, 234,

223, 131.
426—the Dashnaksution Club, 427.

Council, creation of the, 225,
238, 57.

253.
Armentières, evacuated, 230, 238.

Education, 233, 26-41.
Armoured cars, value in war, 224,

Officers, Report on the Educa-
187.

tion and Training of,' 242, 71.
Armstrong, Edward, 'The Empire of

and Religion, The,' 242, 241.
Spain,' 231, 345.

Service Corps, result of the use
Warwick, Captain of the

of mechanical transport, 224, 182.
Australian cricket team, 238, 308.

Arndt, Ernst Moriz, letter to Mrs
Army, British, numbers required to

Austin, 239, 47.
replace wastage, 224, 560-563.

Arnold, Sir Edwin, translation of
the new, 225, 568; 227,

Bhagavad-Gita, 241, 271– Light
26 ; 234, 247.

of Asia,' 287.
cost, 224, 212; 232,

; Mary, parents, 234, 148—
198; 509—in India, 238, 139.

appearance, 149—marriage, 150.
casualties, 224, 151, 560;

See Ward.
227, 26; 239, 242, 243, 245.

· Matthew, interest in wild.

flowers, 227, 446-opinion of
military operations on

Goethe, 235, 352.
the Western Front, 226, 236-243,
565–576; 227, 246, 570–575, 590 ; Arnold, Matthew, 241, 142-155—
228, 249-262, 529-535; 229, 269- opinion of Byron's poems, 230—
276, 561-566 ; 230, 236-246, 504- reference to the bee, 287–lines
519; 231, 257-261 ; 234, 369-372. from, 242, 354.

number of prisoners cap. Dr Samuel, love of wild-
tured, 228, 253 note ; 230, 514- flowers, 227, 440—' The Maid of
military operations in Macedonia, the Mill,' 242, 290.
228, 268—in Mesopotamia, 539 ;
229, 287 ; 230, 249.

Dr Thomas, Headmaster of

Rugby, 241, 143—characteristics
military operations in 144-pioneer of free theology,
Italy, 229, 281, 283; 230, 246–248. 149.

military operations in W. T., German Ambitions,
Palestine, 229, 285-287 ; 239, 248. 224, 490.

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ARRAS.

ASTON Arras battle, 239, 243.

Asiaticus,' extract from, 228, 526

note, Art, English Traditions in, 235, 207-220.

Aspinall, A. E., The British West

Indies,' 237, 188.
Indian, 223, 507–526.

Asquith, Rt Hon. H. H.,
Lay Criticism of, 234, 375–

patriotism, 224, 73—on the words 394.

blockade' and 'contraband, 229 * Artels' or self-governing work. --on the Balkan question, 225, shops, 235, 430.

171, 174-tribute to Belgium,

189—on the policy of the Govern. Arten, Yacoub Pasha, 'England and

ment, 232-characteristics, 260— the Sudan,' 223, 1.

logical dilemmas

Interna

tional Law, 269-on recruiting, Arthur, Sir George, ' Lord Kitchener,' 234, 243-criticisms on, 244.

572–Military Service Bill, 578—

on the surrender of Kut, 226, 232 Arts, The, in Early England, 228, -views against the coercion of 96-118.

Ulster, 246_result of his hasty Asama-yama volcano, observations

change in the system of govern

ment in Ireland, 263–265-pro. on the detonation, 226, 219, 225.

poses to summon a Constituent Ashby, A. W., on the result of in- Convention, 281-character of his

quiries on the rate of wages, 235, administration, 227, 232—resig179—'Insolvencies among Far- nation, 239—member of the War mers,' 242, 301.

Council, 513-on the investiga

tions of the War Council, 518Ashe, Thomas, 'Travels in America,'

defence of his policy, 525–527-on 229, 360.

the rise in food prices, 230, 149— Ashley, Percy, 'Local and Central resignation, 185; 238, 290—Prime Government,' 235, 413.

Minister, 237, 229; 238, 288-, Prof. Sir William, The Pil.

plot against, 238, 288-on the

burden of taxation, 239, 132– grim Fathers and their Place in

Home Rule Bill, 240, 429 History, 234, 259-279—Bol. shevism and Democracy,' 235, 157.

surrender to Trades Unionism, 430

-prophecy on, 241, 185—result of W. J., Germany's Food the General Election, 220, 224. Supply,' 224, 444–German Steel and Iron,' 227, 542.

Margot, The Autobiography of,

239, 216. Ashmore, Major-General E. B.,

Assets and liabilities, external, 232, manding the London air-defences,

506. 236, 280.

Associated Chambers of Commerce, Ashton, Robert, 'The Works of

meeting, 226, 532, 536. John Robinson,' with a Memoir by, 234, 259.

Aston, Dr F. W., * Isotopes,' 241,

323. Asia Minor, railways in, 228, 489, 498.

Major-General Sir George, ‘Haig

and Foch,' 239, 233—'The Study Society, 230, 78

of War,' 242, 55.

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Astor, Waldorf, “The Health of the Austen-Leigh, W. and R. A., “Life
People,' 228, 486.

and Letters of Jane Austen,' 232,

302 note.
Astrology, the science, 240, 295, 304.
Athanasian Creed, character, 242, Austin, Alfred, on the staff of the
235.

Standard,' 227, 357.
Athene, site of the temple, 226, 8.

Mrs Sarah, portrait, 239, 41-

literary works, 43, 44-corro-
Athens, system of equalitarianism,

spondence, 43-49.
236, 140.
Atkins, J. B., 'Life of W. H. Australia, navy, 223, 122 note.
Russell,' extract from, 239, 86.

transport of the wheat crop,
Atkinson, Meredith, Australia :

225, 474.
Economic and Political Studies,' | Australia, 227, 113-economic de-
edited by, 236, 1.

velopment, 114-establishment of

federation, 115_foundation of a
Atlay, J. B., views on International
Law, 224, 422.

system of defence, ib.-advantages

and disadvantages of self-govern-
Atom, The, 241, 311-328.

ment, 116–118—liability involved
Atteridge, Mr, ‘Napoleon's Brothers,'

by membership of the Empire, 118
224, 468.

-result of the Imperial Confer-
ence,

119—the Committee
Aubert, George, ‘La Folie Franco.

Imperial Defence, 120-proposed
Allemande,' 234, 304.

scheme of union, 121-125-dis.
'Audacious,' H.M.S., loss of, 223,

advantages of the confederate
154, 157; 234, 128.

system, 122.
Audoux, Mme, Marie-Claire,' 225, fleet of steamers, 232, 484-
68.

contracts for shipbuilding, 485.
Auer, Dr, 'Mental Hygiene,' 232, result of admitting Asiatics,
299 note.

233, 369-373—three futures, 372.
Augier, G., character of his dramas,

exclusion of Asiatics, 235, 247,
237, 334.

250—isolated position, 292.
Augustovo, battle of, 223, 88, 102.

Economic and Political
Aumale, Henri d'Orleans, Duc d', Studies,' extract from, 236, 21-

collections of works of art, at democratic republic, 132, 136—
Chantilly, 240, 365–370–exiled, number of telephones, 308.
366.

Infelix; The Problem of the
Austen, E. E., “Notes on Hippobos. Northern Territory, 238, 180-

cidæ in the British Museum, 234, 197.
89.

State Paternalism in, 240,
Austen, Jane, 228, 1-30.

137–151.
Jane; A Personal Aspect, family allowance scheme, 242,
232, 301-317.

79.

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AUSTRALIAN.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
Australian Commonwealth, three 239, 580; 227, 232, 250; 228, 262-

stages, 236, 1-3-Workers' Union, 266, 537-539; 229, 276–285 ; 230,
15.

246–248; 231, 253-255, 266–
Labour and Australian

possessions on the Adriatic coast,
Ideals, 236, 1-23.

224, 332—Treaty of Vienna, 334

Italian character of the maritime
Austria, Modern, 224, 463–482.

provinces,
335-policy,

338—
revolution in Vienna, 231,

various nationalities, 339, 466—
263-272-terms of peace, 268—a

treatment of enemy aliens, 424--
federal state, 268; 237, 121– yield of crops, 453, 458-number
constitution, 231, 270_conditions of casualties, 561.
of the armistice, 271 ; 232, 236–

Austria-Hungary, policy in Serbia,
abdication of the Emperor Carl,

225, 168-military operations on
231, 272, proclaimed a republic,

the Bessarabian frontier, 548.
ib.

military operations in Volhynia,
Treaty of Peace signed, 235,
11-provisions, 13.

226, 240_value of exports to

Roumania, 399_tariff war with,
restoration of the Monarchy, 400—trade with Palestine, 420.
237, 118-123-attitude of the
working class, 122.

- military operations in Rou-

mania, 227, 254–261-relations
the
new, 238, 26.

with Italy, 372, 376 ; 235, 74–
reconstitution, 241, 4.

strength of the navy, 227, 471-

bombardment of Cattaro, 473–
Austria - Hungary, opposition to

attacks on the shores of the
Nationalism, 223, 78—alliance with

Adriatic, 474.
Germany, 79; 234, 205—strength
of the army, 223, 103-retire from military operations in Mol-
the San, ib.-number of ships davia, 228, 542.
lost, 115—' punitive expedition

military despotism, 229, 78—
against Serbia, 124, 290-292–
result of the campaign, 126-129—

municipal kitchens, 172-the

Southern Slavs, 176-204--military
defeat at the battle of the Drina,

decadence, 573.
128—casualties, 129—annexation
of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 247, -, policy in the Balkans, 230, 168,
424, 445–economic condition, 388 175—Treaty with Serbia, 168.
-agricultural industry,
amount of trade, 389—policy to

defeat of the army, 231, 255—
promote discord between the Bal.

surrender, 262.
kan States, 431, 433—ultimatum

negotiations for peace, 232,
to Serbia, 439—military conven- 231-233—note circulation, 497—
tion with Roumania, 447—military Public Debt, 499.
operations against Russia, 583–
594 ; 224, 266-275, 566-581; 228, on the question of Vorarlberg,
540—inactivity of the fleet, 223,

233, 447-449.

result of the system of 'scien-
-military operations against tific economy,' 234, 209-political

Italy, 224, 275-279, 585; 226, structure of the new Republic,

ib.

601.

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