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RUSSIA.
Russell, Rov. Dr, Treasurer of the Russia, policy in Rumania, 226, 410
Literary Fund, 231, 292.

-trade with Palestine, 420.
Harold, 'On Some Parasitic work of the navy, 227, 463–
Flies,' 234, 89.

construction of ships, 464-naval
Prof. James E., * German

policy, 465–470.
Higher Schools,' extract from, 224, -, issue of paper money, 228, 74, 75
130.

- character of the army, 266, 541–

failure to carry out plan of opera-
J. M., “Is India a Nation ?

tions, 266, 548_result of inaction
230, 421.

in Mesopotamia, 267-improve-
W. H., Foreign Correspondent ment in military policy, 268—
in the Crimea, 239, 89.

Black Sea Basin Agreement, 503–

fall of Riga, 545—Republic pro-
Russia, military operations, 223, 101,

claimed, 546-influence of the
285-290, 583–594 ; 224, 266, 566 ;

Soviet on the army, ib.
225, 215-217, 550; 226, 229, 230,
240, 242, 576–589; 227, 233, 253, result of anarchy in, 229, 79—
256–261, 581 ; 228, 270, 540-547 ;

revolution, 88_result of disintegra-
230, 524-527 ; 234, 359, 374. tion of the army, 276, 289—Gulf

of Riga islands, occupied by the
number of ships lost, 223, 113

Germans, 288—armistice
-amount of gold reserve, 410_

cluded, ib.-result of the revolution,
note circulation, 410 note—vacil.

398—population, 399—lack of
lating policy towards the Balkan

capable administrators, 399 note-
States, 428.

emancipation of the serfs, 400
A Visit to, 223, 544-554. weight of taxation, ib. --sale of agri.

cultural produce, 401–issue of
the purchase of motors for
military purposes, 224, 179, 181–

paper money, ib.—the peasants'

demand for land, 402—system of
expenditure on the war, 198—effect

banking, 479—result of the seces.
on the foreign trade, 199—-pro-

sion, 559, 566-569—influence of
hibitions of the sale of liquors, 200

Germany, 570.
-amount of the public debt, ib.—
gold reserve, 201-retreat, 267– defeat of the Bolshevists, 230,
274, 567-evacuation of Przemysl, 526.
270—Lemberg, 271, 273—battle of

German banks, 231, 82—reform
the Stryj, 271-concentration of
their forces against Mackensen, 568

of the Church, 117—relations with

Finland, 151.
-evacuation of Warsaw, 571-fall
of Kovno, 575_character of the Public Debt, 232, 499.
retreat, 579-courage and dis-
cipline of the soldiers, 580.

loan to China, 233, 10-12-

extension of the Trans-Siberian
aspirations for control of the railway, 13—policy of coercion, 14
Bosphorus, 225, 183-population, -despatch of warships to Port
229-area of forests, 351-de- Arthur, 18—schemes of aggression,
clares war against England, 508 24—war with Japan, ib. --with-
-defeat of the Turkish army in drawal from the war, 114-119
Armenia, 551-553, 555.

administration of Armenia, 239.

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Russia, Contribution of, to Russian Revolution, Some Ble-
Learning, 233, 272-287.

ments of the, 228, 184–200.
system of mobilisation, 233,417. Soviet Government, Treaty,

242, 459, 469, 471-473-amount
aggressive policy, 234, 305—
dissolution of authority in the

of the loan, 473.
Caucasus, 427.

Statesmen, Two, 236, 402-417.
, expansion, 235, 238—defeated Russo-Japanese War, 223, 577 ; 224,
by the Japanese, 239.

151, 420; 230, 62; 232, 490.
Treaty of Reinsurance with, Russo-Turkish War, 223, 232 ; 224,
237, 263, 272-274.

150 ; 228, 148 ; 229, 84, 232, 233,

342.
result of the revolution, 238,
293—the Soviet rule, 341-system Ruthenes, the, case of, 224, 471, 476
of syndicalist self-government in -number, language and religion,
industry,'342_Supreme Economic 476-policy adopted by Austria,
Council or 'Trust of Trusts,' 343. ib.

, European, number of tons of Rutherford, Sir Ernest, 'Radio-
coal, 240, 108.

active Substances and their Radia.

tions, 241, 317 et seq.
foreign policy, 241, 171— alli-
ance with Sweden, 206 relations Mr, 'Institutes,' 236, 106.
with Great Britain, 207.

Ryder, Rev. H. I. D., Essays,' 236,
Russian Diplomacy before the 384.
War, 237, 155-176.

Rylèev, patriotic ballads, 235, 108.
Great, Little, and White,
language questions, 239, 319.

Ryswick, Congress of, 224, 417.

Peace of, 233, 337.
Literature, The Meaning of,
235, 102–120.

Treaty of, 231, 173.

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Saar, coal-field, 232, 247.

St Cuthbert's altar, 228, 109.
Saarbrücken, cession of, 231, 177. St Cyprian of Antioch, a magician,

240, 299.
district, 232, 249.

St Fursey, legend, 229, 348–350.
Sabatier, Auguste, ‘Religious d’Au-

torité et la Religion de l'Esprit,' Saint-Germain, Treaty of, 233, 447,
210, 4, 17.

450; 234, 215, 219; 235, 395,

399; 236, 418; 210, 310; 241, 4.
Paul, on the results of un-
scientific methods of teaching Saint-Gothard tunnel, 232, 221.
history, 229, 344, 346.

St Ives, the fishing industry, 224, 21,
Sabin, Arthur K., 'Harvest Moon at 22.
Midnight,' 224, 405.

‘St James' Chronicle,' 227, 354.
Sacher, H., ' Zionism and the Jewish

Gazette,' 227, 353.
Future,' 226, 411.
Sacred Books of the East,' 236, 324,

St Januarius, patron saint of Naples,

235, 367.
330.

St Jean de Maurienne Convention,
Sadowa, battle of, 223, 52; 224,

239, 163.
470; 227, 393.

St John Barony, case of, 224, 51,
Sagnac, P., “Le Rhin Français pen-

64, 70.
dant la Revolution et l'Empire,'
extract from, 231, 42.

Saint-Marc Girardin, “Souvenirs de
Sailors and Soldiers on the Land,

Voyages et d'études,' extract from,

226, 407.
226, 135-151.
St Aldwyn, Lord, on economies in

St Mihiel, attack on, 230, 516.
expenditure, 225, 77.

St Patrick's Day Celebration in
St Augustino, charge against the

Berlin, 230, 232.
Enneads, 231, 490_Confessions,' 'St Paul's Magazine,' 237, 56.
493—on the anger of God, 239,

St Petersburg, Declaration of, 223,
299.

565; 224, 415.
St Bartholomew, Massacre of, 224,

St Pierre, Abbé de ‘ Projet de traité
25.

pour rendre la paix perpetuelle
St Bartholomew's Hospital, 232, entre les souverains chrétiens,'
110-121.

229, 236.

SAN.

ST QUENTIN.
St Quentin, attack on, 230, 518. Salisbury, Marquis of, leader of the
siege of, 241, 259.

Conservative Party, 238, 404

housing policy, 240, 39—Secretary
Saint-Saphorin, Lieut-Gen. F. L., of State for Foreign Affairs, 241,
minister at Vienna, 241, 200-

166.
reports, 201-expelled, ib.

Salmon, Dr, ‘Infallibility of the
Saint-Simon, Count, guiding thought, Church,' 242, 235.

233, 174— New Christianity,' 175; Salonika, preparations of the Allied
237, 92.

force against an attack of the Ger-
St Victor, Richard of, works of, 231, mans, 225, 234, 546 ; 226, 588–
495.

strength of the defences, 225, 548–
Sainte-Beuve, on the humour of

value to the Allies, 549.
Molière, 241, 44.

Saltikov, ' Provincial Sketches,' 235,
Saintsbury, George, 'A History of

113.
the French Novol,' 232, 318-328 Saltpêtrière School of Medical Psy-
- The Works of Henry Field-

chology, 238, 257.
ing,' edited by, 239, 17—' Anatole
France,' 141 - The Poems of Salvemini, Prof. Gaetano, 'Italy and
Andrew Lang,' 240, 262—'Letter. the Southern Slavs,' 229, 176.
Book,' 242, 196.

Salzburg, union with Germany, 237,
Saktouris, M., High Commissioner of 127.
Thrace, 235, 409.

Sambuy, Count Victor de, Sardinian
Sakuso, Dr Yoshino, leader of the

Minister at Vienna, 233, 254.
Tokyo intellectuals, 234, 399.

Samoa under New Zealand, 238,
Saladin, the first Sultan in Egypt,

235–251.
223, 529—character of his adminis-
tration, 531-his introduction of Sampson, George, ‘Bach and Shake-
the Mamluks, 533.

speare,' 239, 360— Opera in Eng-

land,' 242, 278.
Salandra, Signor, Prime Minister,

223, 86; 224, 255; 227, 384 Samuel, Rt Hon. Sir Herbert,
character, 224, 259.

President of the Local Government
Salerno, colloge or guild of phy.

Board, 225, 195—on the duty of
sicians, 240, 303.

the community towards mother-

hood, 228, 465, 468—on the forma-
Salisbury, first settlement, 241, 82. tion of a council of the Empire,
Georgina, Marchioness of,

229, 22-address at the Royal
characteristics, 237, 386.

Statistical Society, 239, 125_on

the death duties, 127.
- Marquis of, foreign policy, 223,

25, 241 ; 229, 85; 241, 167 ; 242, San, the, passage forced, 224, 269.
335—mission to Constantinople,

Giuliano, Marquis di, Minister of
234, 16.

Foreign Affairs, 224, 255—death,
The Life of Lord, 237, 378– 255; 227, 383—character of his
399.

foreign policy, 227, 378-382-

SAN.

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SCHAEDLER,
* Letters from Albania,' 381- Sardou, V., character of his plays,
interview with Ismail Kemal Bey, 237, 336.
228, 186.

Sargeaunt, G. M., The Greek Fear
San Remo, Conference at, 239, 169; of Life,' 242, 41.
241, 301.

Sarolea, Charles, ' Anglo-German Pro-
Stefano, Treaty of, 223, 84, 442, blem,' 224, 491, 504.
445 ; 228, 363, 367; 229, 84, 232 ; Sarrail, General, in Command of the
230, 166; 232, 375; 237, 394 ;
239, 77.

Allied force at Macedonia, 227,

250_advance on Monastir, 251.
Sand, George, variety of her works,
232, 324.

Sassoon, Siegfried, 'In the Pink,'

230, 391—They,' 393.
Sanday, Rev. Dr, The Use of the
Psalter,' 230, 2 note.

Sastri, Srinivasa, at the Washington

Conference, 238, 144.
Sanders, General, Liman von, case,

237, 171—' Fünf Jahre Türkei, Satow, Sir Ernest, 'A Guide to
239, 161.

Diplomatic Practice, 229, 225

'The Reorganisation of Europe,'
; Lloyd, 'Old Kew, Chiswick

235, 1.
and Kensington,' 227, 39.

Saturday Review,' the, 239, 98.
Sands, Lord, 'Church Union in Scot-

Sauerbeck, Augustus, Course of
land,' 233, 205. See Johnson.

Average Prices of General Commo-
Sandwich, Earl of, 227, 46—adminis- dities in England,' 232, 489.
tration of the Navy, 236, 103.

Saunders, George, The Resignation
Sankey, Mr Justice, scheme for the

of Bismarck,' 237, 256.
administration of mines, 232, 428- Savaii island, 238, 236—territory,
432—Report of the Commission,

241.
437–440; 236, 184—recommenda-
tion of nationalisation, 232, 438– Savic, V. R., 'The Reconstruction of
reasons, 439—on the loss of incen. South-Eastern Europe, 229, 176.
tive, 440—diminution of strife, 441 Saving Grace, The, 235, 221-233.
-presides over the Coal Commis.
sion, 241, 373.

Savoy, case of, 236, 212.
Sanna-i-Yat, attack on, 227, 585. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Duke of, un.
Santa Margherita, agreement, 241,

popularity, 237, 115.
307.

Sazonoff, M., correspondence with
Santayana, Prof., 'Character and

Count Benckendorff, 237, 157–
Opinion in the United States,' 236,

on the demands of Serbia, 165–167
37-on the differences between the

policy, 168-Foreign Minister, 240,
English and Latin temperament,

386—loyalty to Serbia, 387.
240, 22—'Soliloquies in England,' Scanderberg, George, Chief of Albania,
242, 231.

228, 146.
Sarakamysh, victory of, 223, 550, Schaedler, Dr, criticism on Colonial
J.J4.

i policy, 229, 374.

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