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REYNOLDS.
Reynolds, Prof. Osborne, ' Papers on European Races,' 296 note, 299

Mechanical and physcial Subjects,' note, 315 note ; 236, 324 note, 325,
226, 222.

327, 328, 331—'The Origin of

Hindu Serious Drama,' 236, 322—
-, Stephen, ‘Inshore Fisheries and
Naval Needs,' 224, 1.

Cambridge and the Royal Com.

mission,' 238, 347.
* Rheinisch - Westfälische Zeitung,' Riesser, Jacob, ' Die deutschen Gross-
extract from, 227, 271.

bankin,' 231, 77, 86, 92.
Rhine, the, claim of France, 241,

382—period of occupation, 391- Riga, attack on, 227, 467-469 ; 228,
393; 242, 452.

544—fall of, 228, 545.
Rhodes, Cecil John, career, 241, 72. , peace of, 239, 335 ; 241, 423.
Rhodesia, territory, 241, 80-82— Gulf of, occupied by the Ger-
attitude in the war, 81-popula-

mans, 229, 288.
tion, 83, 84_administration, 85,
89.

Rijswijk, Peace of, 229, 321.
Rhondda, Lord, Food Controller, Rion, Captain, tribute to the crew of

234, 284–297-death, 297-adop- the 'Guardian ’235, 229.
tion of the Consumers' Council, 298.

Ripley, Prof. W. Z., “The Races of
Ribas, A. Fabra, 'El socialismo

у

el Europe,' extract from, 227, 21.
conflicto europeo,' 228, 175_life
in Germany, 176 views on the Ripon, George, Ist Marquis of, 237,
Socialists, 178–180—on their de.

219-237—at Hawarden, 241, 182.
feat, 182.

Henrietta, Lady, character.
Ricardo, David, treatise of Political, istics, 237, 222—death, 230
Economy, 242, 9.

correspondence, ib.
Ricaut, Sir Paul, * The Present State Ritchie, Mr, 'Scientific Method,'

of the Ottoman Empire,' 233, 329. 241, 134 note.
Rich, Barnaby, 'Dialogue between River Control in Mesopotamia,

Mercury and the English Soldier,' 237, 68–84.
225, 425.

Rivera, General Don Miguel Primo
Richard I, King, sale of Cyprus, 227,

de, on the recovery of Gibraltar,
401-history of, 242, 162–170.

230, 182.
; Brinsley, Seven Years at

Rivers, Dr W. H., distinction between
Eton, 229, 308.

functional and organic disease,
Richardson, Mr, Dictionary, 240, 172.

238, 263.
Richter, Louise M., Chantilly in W. R. R., 'Anthropological
History and Art,' 240, 369.

Essays presented to Tylor,' 234,

171—The History of Melanesian,
Ridgeway, Prof. Sir William, ‘An.

Society,' 174.
cestor Worship and the Chinese
Drama,' 231, 296—The Dramas G. L., The United States and
and Dramatic Dances of Non- Mexico,' 223, 172.
Vol. 243.

6

ROAD.

ROMAN.
Road Traffic in Great Cities, 233, Robson, W. A., ' Aircraft in War and
140-152.

Peace,' 227, 203.
Robeck, Admiral de, naval opera. Roca, Gen. J. A., President of Argen.

tions against the Dardanelles, 227, tina, 225, 39.
522.

Roch, Walter, 'Mr Lloyd George and
Roberts, H. A., on the aniline dye the War,' 238, 289 note.
industry, 224, 523.

Rockhill, W. W., “Inquiry into the
Mr, The Place Names of Population of China, 228, 375.
Sussex,' 228, 347.

Rockstroh factory in Saxony, dis-
Richard, “The Church in the covery of arms, 242, 447 note.
Commonwealth,' 229, 440.

Rodd, Sir J. Rennell, mission to
Robertson, C. Grant, ‘Bismarck,' Menelik, 237, 39—' The Old and

232, 364— History of Agriculture the New Diplomacy,' 239, 71.
and Prices in England,' 495.

Rodes, Jean, 'La Chine et le Move-
Dr. G. M., on the mental risk of

ment Constitutionnel,' 226, 152.
spiritualism, 233, 99.

Rogers, B. B., extracts from his trans-
Gen. Sir William, his posi.

lation. The Plays of Aristophanes,'
tion

as Chief of the General 224, 320.
Staff, 225, 256—system for the

Prof. Lindsay, 'Presidential
instruction of young soldiers, 233,

Dictatorship in the United States,'
29.

231, 127.
Robin, General, Acting Adminis. Rohde, Hans, Deutschland in Vor.
trator of Samoa, 238, 237.

derasien,' 227, 155-157.
Robinson, Deaconess Cecilia, “The Rohrbach, Dr Paul, Die Bagdad.
Ministry of Deaconesses,' 233, 344.

bahn,' extract from, 226, 411, 428.
Rev. Canon C. H., 'The Con- Röhricht, R., 'Geschichte des König.
version of Europe,' 229, 337, 341. reichs Jerusalem,' 230, 112.

John, in charge of the Separa- Roland, Mme, · Appel à l'impartiale
cists, 234, 259—' Works,' 261– Posterité,' extract from, 231, 288.
career, 266—at Leyden, 267-273—
'Defence of the Doctrine pro- Rolleston, T. W., “Art and Litera-
pounded at the Synod of Dort,' ture,' 223, 322.
270_voyage to Virginia, 274. Roloff, Prof. G., ‘Eine Aegyptische
- R., landscapes, 235, 219.

Expedition als Kampfmittel gegen

England,' extract from, 227, 146,
Thomas, Secretary of Em. 148, 154.
bassy, 241, 200. See Grantham.

Roman Catholic Church, relations
Lieut W. L., destroys a German

with France, 229, 351-loss of
airship, 236, 275.

power in Ireland, 240, 409-411.
Robison, John, 'Proofs, of a Con. Life in the Time of Pliny
spiracy,' 237, 87.

the Younger, 236, 292–307.

a Bird's

ROMAXONES.

ROTHSCHILD.
Romanones, Conde de, foreign policy, Ross, James, orchid houses at

230, 185—Prime Minister of Spain, Poggio Gherardo, 239, 40.
232, 122—appoints an 'extra-

Janet, paintings of orchids,
Parliamentary Commission,' 124—

239, 40—mother and grandmother,
resignation, 130.

41-portrait, 42-literary works,
Romans, their ideal of patriotism, 43—Some Translations of Heine,'
224, 79.

50_Three Generations of English
Rome, the dome of the Pantheon,

Women,' 50, 53 note-birth, 55—
236, 377.

marriage, 57.
Ireland, and the Republi- Sir Ronald, work on the cause
cans, 240, 404-419.

and prevention of malaria, 224,

527.
Ronaldshay, Lord, Governor of Ben-
gal, 236, 52—India :

R. E., 'The Court of Criminal
Eye View,' 242, 151.

Appeal,' 230, 342.
Roosevelt, Theodore, friendship with W. D., ' Aristotle,' 242, 143.
Mrs Humphry Ward, 234, 159 Rossetti

, D. G., character of his
tribute to W. H. Page, 239, 316.

painting, 234, 380.
Root, Mr, candidate for the Republi.
can National Convention, 226, 214.

Rostand, Edmond, 'Cyrano de Ber-

gerac, 237, 340.
Rören, Herr, charges against G. A.
Schmidt, 229, 384 on the mode Rostovtzeff, General, on the renunci.

ation of individual responsibility,
of administering flogging, 388, 390.

228, 186.
Rosa, Carl, influence on operatic
music, 223, 402—performances,

Prof. M., Contribution of
242, 291.

Russia to Learning,' 233, 272.
Roscher, Ausführliches Lexicon,' Rota, G. F., treatment of gunshot
223, 330.

wounds, 226, 464.
Roscoe, William, collection of Italian Rothamsted Research Institute,
pictures, 239, 269.

238, 78; 240, 350.
Rose, Dr Holland, Origins of the Rothermere, Lord, Minister for Air,

War,' 224, 504—'The German 237, 130.
Mole,' preface to, 225, 130.

Rothschild, The House of, 231,
Rosebery, Earl of, on the British 430-444.
Empire, 223, 18-prediction after

Baron Lionel, hospitalities at
the war, 227, 167–Prime Minister,

Gunnersbury, 231, 439—financial
237, 227-treatment of Home

transactions, 440.
Rule, 240, 429.

Nathan, financial transactions,
Rosenblatt, Frank, The Chartist

231, 432-435at Ghent, 433—the
Movement in its Social and

* Napoleon of Finance,' 434-loan
Economical Aspects,' 236, 64.

to Prussia, 435_relations with
Ross, Major Charles, 'Problem of Gentz, 436-loan to Brazil, 437–

National Defence,' extract from, house in Paris, ib.-death, 438-
225, 434.

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ROTTENBURG,

RUGBY.
Rottenburg, Dr F. von, Secretary to Royal Exchange, 237, 31.
Bismarck, 237, 258.

Flying Corps, mobilisation, 225,
Roumania, 223, 84. See Rumania. 334 ; 237, 129_attacks on, 227,
Round, J. H., Recent Peerage

205/administration, 237, 130-
Cases,' 224, 49— Feudal Eng-

amalgamation, 240, 83.
land,' 232, 116 note.

- Literary Fund, The Founder
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, interest in

of the, 231, 273–295. See Wil.

liams.
wildflowers, 227, 440_Confes.
sion,' 238, 97—on the right of Mail Steam Packet Company,
majorities, 240, 421, 427.

237, 200.
Rovère, J., 'Les Survivances Fran. Naval Air Service, 228, 125–

çaises dans l'Allemagne Napo. charges against, 227, 205 note-

léonienne depuis, 1815'..231, 26. amalgamation, 246, 82. See Air.
Rovira y Virgili, Señor, ‘El nacion. Naval Reserve, 228, 120.
alismo catalan,' 232, 125.

Navy in 1914..237, 355.
Rowe, Nicholas, biography of Shake-

Society of Arts, premiums, 224,
speare, 236, 225.

527.
Rowlatt Act, 240, 281.

Royden, A. Maud, 'Women and the
Mr Justice, President of the Church of England,' 233, 344.
Sedition Inquiry Commission, 236,

Tbomas, member of the Ship-
52.

ping Control Committee, 225, 473.
Rowntree, A., protest against naval Royds, Rev. T. F., “Modern Bee-
expenditure, 223, 121.

Keeping,' 231, 498.
B. Seebohm, The Human Royer, E., “German Socialists and
Needs of Labour,' 231, 518The

Belgium,' extract from, 225, 146.
Human Factor in Business,' 237,
291.

Rozet, M. L., 'La chronique de

Juillet 1830'..228, 281 note.
H. S., 'Land and Labour :
Lessons from Belgium,' 225, 34- Rubber Industry of British Malaya,
37.

228, 399.
Rowton, Lord, friendship with Lord Rubner, Prof., on the consumption
Beaconsfield, 234, 2.

of protein, 224, 451.
Roxburgh, R. F., 'The Prisoners of Rudd, C. D., concession granted by
War Information Bureau in Lon.

LoBengula, 241, 75.
don,' extract from, 224, 423.

Rudolf, Archduke, relations with his
Royal Aircraft Factory, 225, 346.

father, 235, 66-death, 66, 68.
Air Force, 237, 131 ; 340, 83.

Ruffy-Arnell v. The King, case, 240,
Commission and Cambridge, 254.
238, 347–360.

Rugby Union, 239, 349, 351, 357-
English Opera House, 242, 289. 359.

RUSSELL.

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RUHEMANN.
Ruhemann, Herr, on the Flemings, Runciman, Sir Walter, criticism on
225, 143.

the Navy, 223, 308-on the decision
Ruhleben Camp, 231, 396-408.

against commandeering the mer.

cantile fleet, 230, 154—-measures
Ruhr districts, result of the French to maintain the supply of food, 159
occupation, 240, 162, 315, 318.

-on the shortage of vessels, 161
- the, occupation, 242, 443.

-control of the mercantile fleet,

162—series of permissive Orders
Rumania, national policy, 223, 84, in Council, 163.

435 ; 230, 176—claims compensa-
tion for her neutrality, 223, 427— Rupee, fall in the value, 238, 142.
military convention with Austria,
433.

Ruppin, Dr A., ‘Syria : An Economic

Survey,' extract from, 231, 331.
The Attitude of, 223, 439-450.

Rural Prosperity of France, 227,
prohibition of the export of

314-330.
bread.corn, 224, 453.
- diplomacy of the Allies, 225,

Transport (Scotland) Com.
176-178—in decisive attitude, 550.

mittee Report, 233, 162.
German Penetration in,

Ruridecanal Conferences, 229, 449.
226, 387-410.

Rush-Bagot Agreement, 241, 173.
intervention in the war, 226, Ruskin, John, on the kings of Prussia,
580, 582-plan of operations, 583–

223, 42-on patriotism, 224, 71–
589.

on the reason for wars, 78—Pre-
military operations, 227, 233, face to the Crown of Wild Olive,'
253, 261-loss of Törzburg, 255— extract from, 227, 5-definition of
Craiova occupied by the Germans, economics, 237, 286— Bibliotheca
ib.-retreat from the Arges, 256- Pastorum,' 241, 264—'Stones of
Bucarest occupied, ib.-reinforced Venice,' 289—views on war, 242,
by Russian troops, 257—evacua-

63.
tion of the Dobrudja, 257, 261-
the Brasso group of passes, 258.

Russell, A. D. C., “The Baghdad

Railway,' 235, 307.
natural boundary, 228, 357.

A. S., 'The Atom,' 241, 311.
demobilisation of the army, 230,
178control of the oil-fields, 180.

Hon. Bertrand, ‘Problems of

Philosophy,' extract from, 229,
scheme of Church reform, 231,

122, 139— Our Knowledge of the
118.

External World,' 122 note, 137,
entry into the war, 234, 364.

140-essay “The free man's wor.

ship,' 123-Philosophical Essays,'
Treaty with, 235, 19-new extract from, 123, 124—' Roads
territory, 399—area, ib. ---popula-

to Freedom,' 231, 511-514-Prin-
tion, 400; 238, 25-administra.

ciples of Social Reconstruction,'
tion, 235, 401-corruption, 402— 522~The Practice and Theory of
relations with Bulgaria, ib.-Hun. Bolshevism,' 235, 172-'A Free
gary and Russia, 403.

Man's Worship,' 236, 33.

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