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SCHÄFFLE.

SCHWARTZ.
Schäffle, Prof., Quintessence of Schmoller, Gustav, 'Grundriss der
Socialism,' 242, 20.

allegemeinen Wirtschaftslehre,'

237, 275.
Scharnhorst, Herr, dissertation on the
French War, 231, 38.

Schofield, Cora L., The Life and

Reign of Edward IV,' 242, 177-
Schaub, Sir Luke, in the Diplomatic 183.
Sorvice, 241, 199.

Scholze, Herr J., 'Die Wahrheit
Scheer, Adm., “Deutschlands Hoch- über die Heidenmission,' extract

seeflotte im Weltkrieg,' 237, 358 from, 229, 395.
-at the Battle of Jutland, 241, School of Naval History, 237, 238.
108–119.

Schools, Secondary, system, 228,
Scheibe, Herr, opinion of Bach, 239,

449_new regulations, 451-nur-
366.

sery, 460-continuation, 461.
Schelking, E. de, “The Game of Schopenhauer, A., The World as
Diplomacy,' 240, 394.

Will and Idea,' 236, 147, 153.
Schellendorff, Bronsart von, ‘Der as Educator,' extracts from

Dienst des Generals tabes,' 235, 224, 127, 129.
121.

Schratt, Frau K., relations with
Schiff, J., correspondence with Dr

Francis Joseph, 235, 61, 65.
Eliot, 227, 274—on intervention
for
peace,
280.

Schuchart, Dr Th., Director of the

D. U. Transozean Society, 230, 71.
Schiller, Dr F. C. S., Humanism,

227, 10 note, 11 note'The Letters Schüler, Erich, Vita gardet mot
of William James,' 236, 24—' Plato röda gardet,' 231, 149.
or Protagoras,' 242, 125, 127.

Schultz, Herr, "Ionische Philoso-
-J.C. F., friendship with Goethe, phie,' 223, 339.
235, 346.

Schulze-Delitzsch Union, 227, 431,

435.
Schillings, Prof., on the number of

natives killed in the German Schumacher, Prof. H., ‘Die West-
colonies, 229, 396 note.

deutsche Eisenindustrie und die

Moselkanalisierung,' 227, 542.
Schleswig, Duchy of, united to Den-

mark, 227, 395, 396—decision of Schumpeter, Prof., on Socialism,
the Peace Treaty, 232, 252.

237, 276.
Schliemann, Dr, result of his exca- Schuster, Edgar, ‘Eugenics,' 228,

vations at Troy, 226, 1-friendship 31.
with J. Murray III., 231, 11.

Sir Felix, on the death duties,
Schlumberger, G., “Renaud de

239, 128.
Châtillon, prince d'Antioche,' 230, Schvan, Auguste, ‘Les Bases d'une
111.

Paix Durable,' 231, 208.
Schmidt, G. A., atrocities in Togo. Schwartz, Herr, 'Charakterköpfe aus
land, 229, 383–385.

der Antiken Literatur, 223, 338.

SECRETUM.

SCHWEIDLER.
Schweidler, Dr E. von,

“ Die Novels, 231, 3-on his imagina-
Radioaktivitat,' 241, 311.

tive faculty, 232, 205—' Lay of
Schweitzer, Albert, 'J. S. Bach,'

the Last Minstrel,' 241, 237–
239, 365, 369, 376, 379_influence

metrical romances, 239, 243.
on the Modernists, 240, 2.

Scott, Sir William, on contraband and
Schy bergson, Emil, 'Anteckningar

blockade, 224, 235, 239.
under krigstiden,' 231, 149. Scottish Highlands, The Eco-

nomic Future of the, 233, 153–
Science, alliance with Industry, 226,

171.
308.

Scribe, E., comedy of intrigue, 237,
of Public Administration,

334.
The, 235, 413-429.

Scrutton, Lord Justice, on revision
Scientific Industrialists, 229, 425,

of the system of proceedings
434.

against the Crown, 240, 258, 261.
Scotland, system of relief for Belgian Sculpture, carly, 235, 211.

refugees, 225, 210—number of
hostels, 211.

Indian, 223, 520.
Thoughts on the Parliament Sea-anemones, experiments on, 240,
of, 225, 438-455.

222.
Board of Agriculture, 225, 529. Sea Fisheries Regulation Act of

1888..224, 12, 14.
Church Union in, 233, 205–
225.

Power, The Minor Elements

of, 228, 119-139.
Scott, A. MacCallum, protest against
naval expenditure, 223, 121.

influence, 235, 221, 225,

232-spirit, 226–230.
-, James, Minister Plenipotentiary
to Saxony, 241, 203.

Seager, C. L., The Memoirs of

Alexander Iswolsky,' edited by,
Prof. J. W. Robertson, “Our 236, 402.
Agricultural Rivals,' 225, 16–

Seal of majesty, introduction, 236,
* The New Realism,' 229, 121.

353—the privy, 357.
Admiral Sir Percy, on the sub- Seaplane school at Eastchurch, 225,
marine, 227, 104; 237, 368—

347.
• Fifty Years of Naval Life,' 235,
124-gunnery reform, 128.

Search, Right of, and War-Zones,

224, 243-247.
Sir W., views on the Parliament

for Self-Government, The,
of Scotland, 225, 450—introduc-
tion to Mrs Hughes, 226, 549,

235, 330-338.
555—correspondence with

her, Searcy, Alfred, "In Australian
555—panegyricon, 559-illness, Tropics,' 238, 180.
561-death, 562-anecdotes of,

Seas, The Freedom of the, 231,
ib. -Sketch of Abbotsford, 563—

184-206.
* The Talisman,' 230, 123—owns
to the authorship of the Waverley Secretum Philosophorum,' 240, 306.

SECURITIES.

SERBIA.
Securities, British Government, 233, Selley, Ernest, ' Village Trade

44—Colonial, Foreign and Muni. Unions in Two Centuries,' 235, 175.
cipal, 45.

Semenoff, Commander, 'Rasplata,
Sedan, battle of, 223, 42.

226, 283.
Sedgefield, Prof. W. J., Place- Sen, Rai Sahib Dinesh Chandra,
Names of Cumberland,' 228, 348.

History of Bengali Literature, 236,
Seeck, Herr, Geschichte des Unter- 322, 337.

gangs der Antiken Welt,' 223, 339. Seneca, theory of progress, 234, 102
Seeckt, General von, Chief of the - Natural Questions,' 103.

Great General Staff, 242, 436-
invested with the powers of a Serbia, war with Austria-Hungary,
Dictator, 442.

223, 123, 290–292—capacity as a

military power, 124–strength of
Seeley, Sir John, 'Expansion of

the infantry, 125--the artillery,
England,' extract from, 229, 343;

126_seat of government trans-
230, 422.

ferred to Nish, ib.-bombardment
Prof., on Imperial Unity, 227, of Belgrade, 127_aggressive move-
132.

ments, 128-battle of the Drina,

ib.-relations with Bulgaria, 427
Seely, Colonel, views on obligatory

--repudiation of the treaty, 427,
military training, 225, 434.

437—policy, 437, 445—ultimatum
Sefton, A. L., on the British Empire, from Austria-Hungary, 439.
235, 297.

result of the Balkan wars,
Seignobos, M., on French foreign

224, 341.
policy, 239, 272, 278, 279.

relations with Austria-Hungary,
Seippel, Paul, Charles Péguy,' 229,

225, 168—concessions to Bulgaria,
91.

181-appeal to Greece to fulfil her
Seismograph, form, 241, 96-records, treaty obligations, 220—military
98–103.

operations against, 221, 223-226,

228—distribution of the army,
Selbmann, Alfred, on the system of

228—result of the conquest, 233
graft, 232, 28.

-effect of the reconquest, 549.
Selborne, Lord, his Note on the duties
of the First Sea Lord, 223, 210-

military operations in Mace-
212-President of the Board of

donia, 227, 251.
Agriculture, 230, 151–First Lord

the frontier, 228, 365-368.
of the Admiralty, 233, 195, 197–
High Commissioner of South war with Bulgaria, 230, 167–
Africa, 235, 43; 241, 85–Agri. Treaty with Austria, 168—with
cultural Policy Committee, 237, Bulgaria, 170.
323, 328.

reform of the Church, 231, 119.
Self-Government, The Search for,
235, 330-338.

translations of English works,

232, 333-335-insurrection, 349.
Sellar, Prof. W. Y., essay on Horace,
225, 483,

, conquest of, 233, 429,

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SERBIA.

SHANTUNG.
Serbia, movement in favour of union Sevastopol, attack on, 223, 604.
with Montenegro, 235, 396.

Seven Hours,' Act, 236, 180.
condition, 236, 419_constitu.

Years' War, 227, 161 ; 230, 293.
tion of the new State, 420
political parties, 422.

Sévigné, Mme de, character of her

letters, 225, 517.
aggressive policy, 237, 163, 170
-demand for & port on

the Sèvres, Treaty of, 235, 403, 406-409,
Adriatic, 165-167.

410 note ; 239, 170, 174; 242, 334,

342.
relations with Italy, 241, 294.

Sex, experimental study, 240, 235–
Prince Alexander of, popu. 238.
larity, 235, 397.

Seymour, C., What Really Hap-
Serbian Anglophil, A, 232, 333- pened at Paris,' edited by, 238, 15.
351. See Obradović.

Shadwell, Arthur, “The War of the
Empire, The Medieval, 226, Mines,' 236, 172; 232, 424
488-507.

* Prisons and Imprisonment,' 238,

375–Socialism-Its Origin and
Serbo-Croat-Slovene State, Treaty

Meaning,' 242, 1.
with, 235, 19.

Shaftesbury, 7th Earl of, Factory
Serbs, the, relations with the Croats, Acts, 234, 241-Housing Act of
224, 340, 471, 480.

1851..240, 39.
Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom Shakespeare, William, “Henry V,'
of the 236, 418-433—Constitution, 224, 79 ; 231, 316_compared with
426-428.

Jane Austen, 228, 2.
Sermons of a Poet, 233, 317–328.

More Doubts about, 232,

194-206.
Serpieri, Prof., ' Co-operative Farm-
ing Societies in Italy,' 235, 430.

translation of his plays into

Serbian, 232, 333—'Hamlet,' 235,
Serrati, Menotti, editor of the 277—criticism on, 236, 26-review
* Avanti,' 237, 143.

on, 238, 319.
Service Questions,' 235, 427.

and Bach, 239, 360-379.
Sestos, capture by the Greeks, 224,

plays, 240, 67—' King Lear,'
116-position, 117–harbour, ib.-

241, 53—Venice the scene of his
fall, 119—the impregnable castle

plays, 64—reference to bees, 279.
of Choiridokastron, 120—fall, 121 Shakespearean Research, Recent,
-site, 122.

I, 236, 225–243; II, 237, 1-17.
Seton-Watson, R. W., "The War in Shakhmatoff, Alexis, Professor and

October and November in Serbia,' Fellow of the Russian Academy,
223, 123—'The Southern Slav

233, 227.
Question,' 224, 480; 229, 176; Shall England Finance Germany
240, 313—'The War and Demo.
cracy,' 225, 164— The Future

after the War? 229, 477-488.
of Austria - Hungary,' 240, 313 Shantung question, history, 238, 110-
note,

112—provisions of the Treaty, 112.

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SILESIA.

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SHAREHOLDERS.
* Shareholders' Charter' Act, 232, Shipping, British, losses, 227, 103.
170 note.

Control Committee, 230, 153.
Shastri, Vamadeo, letters of, 234,

freights, rise in, 230, 148, 211.
59, 63, 66.

Problem, The, 225, 484-482.
Shatt-el-Arab, future of, 228, 521.
Shaw, Alfred, on the bowling of

Prospects, 232, 471-488.
'W. G.,' 225, 458.

Ships' Timber and Contraband
G. Bernard, ‘Man and Super-

of War, 236, 93–111.
man,' 229, 536—criticism on the Shirley, James, character of his
pantomime, 239, 26-gift of writing, 238, 320.
humour, 241, 46, 49.

Shock,' conditions, 232, 293.
J. J., seismograph, 241, 97.

Ship Stewards' Movement, 235, 337.
W. A., 'The Currency Note in
Relation to Banking and the Ex. Shorter, Clement, 'The Works of
changes,' 231, 97.

George Borrow,' edited by, 242,

21.
Shee, G. F., The Briton's First
Duty,' 225, 431 note.

Shrine, A Literary, in Italy, 239,

40-57.
Sheep, parasite fly, 234, 93.

Sibelius, Jean, escape from Helsing-
Shejer-ed-durr or "Pearl-Spray,'

fors, 231, 158.
Queen of Egypt, 223, 532.

Sichel, Walter, ‘Disraeli,' 226, 269
Shelley, P. B., 'Revolt of Islam,' 229,

note.
366—speculative tendencies of his
art, 460—character, 462-style of Sidebotham, H., ‘England and Pales-
his letters, 237, 434, 447—friend.

tine,' 231, 321.
ship with Byron, 449, 450—char. Sidgwick, Prof., Henry, essays on
acter of his poetry, 241, 234— National and International Right
of his letters, 242, 200.

and Wrong,' 232, 57 note—'The
Sheridan, R. B., unwelcome atten.

Methods of Ethics,' 233, 405.
tions to Lady Bessborough, 225, Siebert, Herr von, 'Diplomatische
516—character, ib.

Aktenstücke zur Geschichte der
Sherrington, Prof. C. S., member of Ententepolitik der Vorkriegsjahre,'
the Committee on Alcohol, 231,

237, 157.
64 note.

Sifton, Sir Clifford, on Imperial
Shevchenko, Taras, poems, 239, 323.

policy, 226, 275.
Shimonoseki, Treaty of, 233, 10.

Sign-boards of London, 237, 27.
Ship Licensing Committee, 225, 471. Sihler, E. G., 'Cicero of Arpinum,'
Shipley, William, founder of the 230, 365 note.
Royal Society of Arts, 224, 527.

Silesia, Upper, question, 236, 222-

224.
Dr, on the symptoms of
Microsporidiosis, 231, 504.

award on, 238, 26.

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