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XXOX.

ILID-UL-BAHR.
Kilid-ul-bahr, port of, 224, 124. length of the war, 227, 224, 228–
Kille, C. S., evidence against Mr

policy in the Dardanelles, 512, 626
Keppelman, 232, 34-36.

-autocratic methods, 514 mis-

givings, 518-reluctance to send
King, Mrs Hamilton, 'Sermon in the troops to Gallipoli, 524.
Hospital,' 237, 382.

Kitchener, Field-Marshal Earl,
Kings, Three Mediæval, 242, 162–

Life and Work, 234, 243-258.
183.

on the Dardanelles expedition,
Kingsford, Charles Lethbridge,

237, 374-377-impression of, 239,
'Henry V'..242, 171-177—'Eng.

312.
lish Historical Literature of the Kitchens, Public, 229, 162–175.

15th Century,' 171.
Kingsley, Rev. Charles, interest in Kittel, Rudolf, ' Commentary on the
wildflowers, 227,447-criticism on,

Psalms, 230, 4, 10 note, 13.
229, 536– Poetry of a root, Klagenfurt, plebiscite, 236, 220, 418.
crop,' 238, 230-Water-Babies,'
242, 56.

Klein, Ernst, 'Hvita och röda,' 231,
Kingston, construction of a port,

163.
237, 198.

W., 'Studien zu Ammianus
Kipling, Sir Rudyard, lines from, 224,

Marcellinus,' 230, 38.
396 Stalky and Co.,' 407— For Klucevsky, history of Russia, 233,
all we have and are,' 408—gift of 282.
humour, 241, 46, 50_' Bruggle.
smith,' 56— The Second Jungle Knapp, Bradford, on the work of
Book,' 290.

the county agent in agricultural

education, 228, 330.
Kirkpatrick, A. F., 'Commentary on
the Psalms,' 230, 13.

Knight, E. F., 'Letters from tho

Sudan,' 223, 1.
Kirkup, Thomas, ‘History of Social.
ism,' 242, 9.

Prof., Biography of Words-
Kit-Cat Club, 237, 21.

worth, 226, 116, 121.
Kitchener, Field - Marshal Earl, Knightley, Lady, The Journals of,

Governor-General of the Sudan, 239, 215-education, 218.
223, 2—' Report on the Finances,

Knights of St. John, 230, 125.
Administration and Condition of
Egypt and the Sudan in 1913'..5 Knowledge, the content of, 236, 147.
-at Khartoum, 25—-response to his
demand for recruits, 132—on the Knox, H. V., 'The Philosophy of
number of recruits, 224, 663-

William James,' 236, 39.
administration of the War Office,

Ronald, ‘Memories of the
225, 255—result of his appeal for

Future,' 241, 47.
men, 568—in favour of compulsion,
574on the surrender of Kut, Rev. Wilfred L., 'The Catholic
226, 232—Secretary for War, 227, Movement in the Church of Eng.
224; 233, 413-prediction on the land,' 242, 227.

KNUTSFORD.

KUT-EL-AMARA.
Knutsford, Lord, Secretary of State Koweit, Turkish suzerainty over,

for the Colonies, on the Rudd 228, 520.
Concession, 241, 75.

Kozlovski, M. N., on the number of
Knyvett, Sir Henry, ' Defence of the deaths caused by war, 224, 150.
Realme,' 226, 453 note.

Kressenstein, General Kress von, on
Koenig, Paul, Director of Forests,

the Armenian question, 233, 400.
236, 99 note.

'Kreuzzeitung,' extract from, 227,

270.
Kogan, P., 'Sketches for History of

Modern Russian Literature,' 235, Kropotkin, Prince P. A., 'Russian
102.

Literature,' 235, 102—' Ideals and
Könisberg, the capital of East

Realities in Russian Literature,'
Prussia, 242, 415.

236, 259 note.
Koran, the, references to bees, 241, Kruger, President, repressive policy,
277.

235, 37.
Korea, annexed to Japan, 234, 398.

Krupp gun, compared with a Wool.

wich, 226, 82.
Korff, Baron Sergius A., * Autocracy Kuhl, General H. von, “ The German
and Revolution in Russia,' 240,

General Staff in Preparing and
396.

Conducting the War,' extract
Kormloff, General, at the Moscow from, 234, 304–309.
Conference, 228, 545.

Kühner-Blass-Gerth, Greek Gram.
Kossovo, battle of, 226, 491, 502, mar, 223, 330, 333.
504 ; 230, 169.

Ku-Klux-Klan, methods, 240, 317.
Kossuth, result of his policy, 229, 78. Kulak, the, character, 228, 198.
Koster, Grand-Admiral von, on the Kultur, German, 223, 313–352.

German fleet, 223, 602_lecture at
Kiel, 226, 283—views on the in. Kumanovo, battle of, 226, 505.
activity of the British Navy, 341. Kurth, Prof. G., ' Étude Critique sur

Jean d'Outremeuse,' 227, 337.
Koteliansky, S. S., ' The Note-Books

of Anton Tchehov, translated by, Kut, fall of, 226, 231-235; 227, 231,
236, 257.

584 ; 234, 416.
Kovno, fall of, 224, 575.

Kut-el-Amara, siege of, 225, 553.

L.

LA BASSÉE.

LABOUR.
La Bassée, operations against, 223, ' Labour and the now Social Order,'
96-99 ; 230, 238.

229, 414.
'Labour and Brain Work,' 223, 486 Office, The International,
note.

235, 191-206.
and Capital, relations between, Party, policy, 242, 117, 119;
225, 124, 329-332 ; 229, 557; 230, 229, 426—report on reconstruc-
213.

tion, 230, 206—advocate a levy
Convention, 232, 261.

on capital, 233, 43—relations to

the Trade Union Congress, 462.
Department, expenditure on

The, and its Policy,
Public Assistance, 240, 194.

234, 317–337.
disputes, number of, in Aus-

and the Countryside,'
tralia, 240, 144.

237, 318-on the evils of the
The Grievances and Aims agricultural system,319-criticisms
of, 229, 541-558. 1. What are

on the Universities, 238, 350
the chief grievances ? 542-544

increase of seats, 239, 208-regional
--the aims, 543. 2. Working-

distribution, 209.
class views on excess profits and Labour Party, The, 239, 403-420.
profiteering, 544–548—food short-
age, 547.
3. Why does Labour

agricultural policy, 240,
distrust the Government and its 344-346; 242, 309-number of
leaders ? 548–550—influence of votes, 241, 213–217-result of the
Syndicalism, 550—Socialism, 551 General Election, 225, 226.
-Pacificism, 552_attitude on the
war, 554influence of the Shop

Representative Committee, 234,

318.
Stewards, 555—tendency to break
away from Trade Unionism, 556- Royal Commission on, 240, 186.
558.

saving machinery, opposition
Legislation, International Asso.

to the introduction, 226, 309.
ciation of, 235, 191.

and Sinn Fein, 229, 256–268.
- Ministry of, expenditure, 239,
131.

unrest, causes of the, 228, 203–

227; 229, 423.
Ministry, Sovon Months
of a, 242, 458-474.

Wants, What, 238, 327-346
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LABOURER.

LANSBURY.
Labourer, position, 237, 330. Lancashire, cotton trade industry,
A Skilled, 'Strikes, from the

227, 536–539.
Workman's Point of View,' 223, Lanchester, F. W., ‘Aircraft in War.
485—'The Grievances and Aims fare,' 227, 203, 216.
of Labour,' 229, 541— Female Land Enquiry Committee, report,
Intemperance,' 233, 122.

235, 181.
Labourers, agricultural, wages, 242,

nationalisation of the, 237, 319.
305-307, 314.

price of, 233, 46-48.
Labrang Abbey, 227, 62, 70.

Revenue, Report of the Com-
Lactantius, ‘De Ira Dei,' 239, 297.

missioners, 236, 98 note.
La Follette, Robert M., candidate for Soldiers and Sailors on the,
the Presidency

the United

226, 135-151.
States, 242, 274-characteristics

, Landed property, sale of, 241, 337.
ib.-number of votes, 276.
Lafon, A., profession, 225, 54-re-

Landlord, function of the, 237, 327.
ceives the 'Grand Prix de Littéra. Landlords, result of increase of rents,
ture,' 66—'L'Elève Gilles,' ib.

242, 301.
Lagarde, M., Governor of French Landor, Walter Savage, compared

Somaliland, mission, 237, 39. with Keats, 229, 459.
Laissez-faire, the term, 234, 230 et Landowners and the Country-
seq.-doctrine, 242. 6.

side, 242, 107–122.
Lamaiem, 223, 356; 227, 65, 76. Lane, Franklin K., foreword to 'The

Strategy of Minerals,' 237, 285.
Lamartine, A., word-portrait of
Thiers, 228, 272.

Lane-Poole, Stanley, 'The Sultanate

of Egypt, 223, 527—'The Caliph-
Lamb, Lady Caroline, ‘Glenarvon,'

ate,' 224, 162—'Life of Saladin,'
224, 548—character, 225, 509;

169 note.
237, 440—relations with Lord
Byron, 237, 438, 441-444-child- Lang, Andrew, translation of Mage.
hood, 439-marriage, 440—treat- lone-Lieder,' 223, 403.
ment of Byron, 445.

The Poems of, 240,
Charles, reference to bees, 241,

262-275.
284.

April,' 241, 288.
Lambert, H. C. M., “ The History of

Mrs, The Poetical Works of
Banstead in Surrey, 241, 25.

Androw Lang,' edited by, 240, 262.
Lambeth Conference of 1920..242, Lange, F. W.T., ‘Books on the War,'
233.

227, 494.
Lamont, T. W., Economic Adviser to Lankester, Sir E. Ray, 'Sir Joseph

the American Peace Commission, Hooker,' 230, 453.
238, 12.

Lansbury, George, character, 241,
La Motto, tragedy ‘Iñes,' 224, 376. 440.

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LANSDOWNE.

LAYTON.
Lansdowne, Marquis of, on supplies Lavisse, Ernest, ' Histoire de France,'

through neutral countries, 225, edited by, 239, 271-policy of a
283—letter on peace, 238, 291-

Greater France in North Africa,
foreign policy, 241, 172.

286-289-address to M. Poincaré,

240, 155.
Lansing, Robert, on the principles of
International Law, 226, 2004

Law of Neutrality and the
views on the war, 230, 95.

Present War, 223, 565-580.

Rt Hon. Bonar, M.P., on the
Laponge, G. Vacher de, 'Les Selec.

right of criticism, 223, 148
tions Sociales,' 227, 24.

characteristics, 225, 263—on
Lappo-Danilovsky, on the views of

settlement of the Irish question,
Klucevsky, 233, 282.

227, 558—War Budgets, 230, 192

-estimate of the expenditure, 194
Larkin, J., rebellion, 229, 263, 264.

-at the Carlton Club meeting,

239, 204-forms a Ministry, ib.--
Larkworthy, Falconer, Currency Note difficulties of his administration,
Fund System, 231, 110.

212-214-on the Drage Return,
L'Armée allemande à Louvain,' 236,

240, 193—character of his policy,
191, 204.

242, 213.
La Roncière, 'Histoire de la Marine

E., "Some Shakespeare For.
Française,' 242, 175.

geries, 236, 231 note, 239.
Lasinio, Carlo, engravings of frescoes, Lawes, Sir John, experiments at
239, 262.

Rothamsted, 240, 350.
Latin America, democratic republics, Lawrence, C. E., “The Fiction
236, 132.

Market, 236, 340_The Per-

sonality of Geoffrey Chaucer,' 242,
Historians, The Last of the, 315.
230, 38–56.

D. H., character of his poetry,
Kingdom of Jerusalem, 230, 226, 381.
111-130.

Susan, member of the Belgian
La Touche, Rev. J. D., letter from Refugees Committee, 225, 195
Sir J. Hooker, 230, 471.

note, 199.
Laughton, Sir J. K., article on the T. E., The Wilderness of
Earl of Sandwich, 236, 103.

Zin,' 226, 411.
Laurence, Richard Vore, 'Selections Lawton, T., suspended from playing

from the Correspondence of the football, 239, 358.
first Lord Acton,' editod by, 229,

Lay Criticism of Art, 234, 375–
205.

394.
Laurier, Sir Wilfrid, 235, 21-35.

Wilfrid, “Man's Unconscious
Lausanne Conference, 239, 182 ; 242, Conflict,' 238, 252.
334, 345.

Layton, W. T., 'The Effect of the
Lavedan, Henri, character of his War on Industry and Employ.
plays, 237, 341.

ment,' 223, 266.

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