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Boer War, the, 229, 87; 235, 38— Bolshevist army, defeated, 230, 526.
result, 225, 433; 241, 70.

in East Prussia, disarma.
Boers, Congress at Pretoria, 235, 40. ment, 242, 440.
Boetticher, von, Memoirs of, 237, Bon, M. Le, ‘Lois Psychologiques
257.

de l'Evolution des Peuples,' ex.

tract from, 224, 465.
Boghitschewitsch, Dr M., Kriegsur-
sachen,' 237, 166 nole.

Bonacci, Prof. Guilio, 'Genii italici e

Teutomani d'oltremonte,' 224, 140.
Bohemia, war between nationalism
and Germanisation, 224, 475.

Bondfield, Margaret, at the Washing-

ton Conference of the International
frontier question, 236, 215. Labour Office, 235, 199 nole.
Bohn, Georges, “Le mouvement Bone, Muirhead, impressions of J.

Biologique en Europe,' 240, 215. Conrad, 242, 247.
Bohr, Dr Niels, “The Theory of Bonellia, experiments on, 240, 236.

Spectra and Atomic Constitution,'
241, 320.

Bonnat, Léon, portrait of Thiers, 228,

272.
Boirac, M., “Psychologie inconnue,'
238, 256.

Bonomi, Signor, Prime Minister, 237,

152.
Boissier, Gaston, “Nouvelles Prome-

nades Archéologiques—Horace et Books, Some on the War, 224,
Virgile,' 225, 483 ; 241, 283.

483-509.
Boldensele, William of, narrative of Boothby, Commander F. L. M., “The
his pilgrimage to Palestine, 227,

Importance of Airships,' 240, 88.
341-344.

Boraston, Colonel J. H., ' Despatches
Bolingbroke, Lord, 'Letters of Sir Douglas Haig,' edited by,
Patriotism,' 224, 71.

233, 103.
Bologna, the Student University, Borchling, Dr Conrad, on the develop-
238, 118-election of the Rector,

ment of Belgium, 225, 143.
120—the Consiliarii, 121the

Bordeaux, Henry, “La Vie
Syndics Massarii and Bedels, ib.

Théâtre,' 237, 352.
migration of students, 124.

Borden, Sir Robert, on Imperial
Bolsheviks, the, policy, 234, 437.

policy, 226, 275—signs the League
relations with the Ukrainians, of Nations Covenant, 235, 300.
239, 326_capture Kiev, 328— Borenius, Tancred, “Rediscovery of
military operations, 332.

the Primitives,' 239, 258.
Bolshevism and Democracy, 235, Borgese, Signore, on the aims to be
157–174.

achieved by Italy as the result of
and the Turks, 239, 183–197. the war, 223, 84.
—, 239, 405—danger of the move. Bornatsky, Prof., "Russkoyo Slovo,
ment, 240, 321.

228, 410.

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BRADFORD.

224,

BORNIER.
Bornier, Henri de, 'Fille de Roland,' Boulting, W., "Tasso and his Times,'
237, 340.

23.
Borrow, George, character, 231, 14– Boundary Street scheme, 240, 41.
* The Romany Rye,' 241, 287.

Bourdon, Georges, The German
Borrow's .Celtic Bards, Chiefs Enigma,' 224, 487.
and Kings,' 242, 21-40.

Bourgay, General du, British Envoy
Borstal system, 238, 390.

to Berlin, 241, 203.
Bosanquet, Bernard, 'The value and Bourgeois, Léon, Minister for Foreign

Destiny of the Individual,' 225, Affairs, 227, 391.
309–312-'The Distinction be-
tween Mind and the Objects, 229, Bourget, M. Paul, militarism, 224,

91.
125, 140— The Philosophy of
Benedetto Croce,' 231, 359. Bovenschen, Dr A., ' Untersuchungen

über Johann von Mandeville,' 227,
Boscauen, Rt Hon. Sir Arthur

332.
Griffith, Housing, 240, 37-Agri-
cultural Policy,' 339.

Bowen, Lord, inquiry into the riots

at Featherstone, 241, 372.
W., member of the Literary
Fund Committee, 231, 289—pre-

Bowen-Rowlands, Ernest, The Mis.
face to 'Claims of Literature,' 290.

use of the Judiciary,' 241, 368.
Boscho, Hippolyto, ‘De vulneribus Bowerman, C. W., member of the
a bellico fulmine illatis tractatus,'

Belgian Refugees Committee, 225,

195 note.
226, 465.
Bosnia and Herzegovina annexation Bowman, Chief Territorial
of, 223, 247, 424, 445 ; 224, 341,

Adviser of the American Peace
470; 225, 169; 239, 2.

Commission, 238, 19.
policy of Germanisation, 224, Bowrey, Thomas, The Countries
474—religious antonomy broken

round the Bay of Bengal,' 236, 80,

83.
Bosphorus, control of the, 225, 183. Boy Scout Movement, 225, 400-

415.
Botallo, L., treatment of gunshot
wounds, 226, 464.

Boyle, Lord President, on the juris-

diction of the Church Courts of
' Botanical Magazine,' the, 230, 460.

Scotland, 233, 221.
Botha, General, head of the South
African Party, 225, 108.

Bracken, experiments on, 240, 217.

Brackenbury, Sir Henry, Some
General Louis, 235, 36–50.

Memoires of my spare time,' 227,
Bottomley, Gordon, 'King Lear's 361.
Wife,' 226, 383.

Bradford, system of workshops for
Boucharine, M. N., 'L'Economie de Belgian refugees, 225, 203-experi-

la Periode Transitoire,' 239, 183. ment in market gardening, 207.
Boudon, Victor, ' Avec Charles Pégny William, History of Plymouth

de la Lorraine à la Marne,' 229, 93. Plantation,' 234, 260, 267.

Mr,

up, 475.

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Bradley, A. C., 'Poetry for Poetry's Bridges, Robert, Wake Up Eng.
Sake,' 235, 274.

land,' 224, 409– Purcell Com-

memoration Ode,' 232, 139.
A. G., The Ulster Planta-
tion,' 239, 27.

Brieux, Eugène, morality-plays, 237,
Dr, work on place-names,

344.
228, 341— English Historical Re. Briggs, Prof., Commentary on the
view,' 239, 384.

Psalms,' 230, 7, 8 nole.
E. H., 'Programme of Work Sir John, Reader to the
of the United States Department Board of Admiralty, 223, 61.
of Agriculture for the Fiscal Year,'
228, 315.

Bright, Sir Charles, “An Imperial

Air Policy, 240, 74-'Inter
F. H.,
Appearance and

Imperial Communication by Cable,
Reality,' 229, 126, 130; 231, 371

Wireless, and Air,' 86 note.
note, 375 note-- Principles of
Logic,' 372 note.

John, on the principle of the

Balance of Power, 224, 467 ; 229,
Dr Henry, 'A New English
Dictionary,' edited by, 240, 179.

85-meeting with John Murray,

231, 20.
Bragaglia, A. G., 'Spionaggio Mili. Brindisi, port of, position, 224, 336.

taire Civile e Commerciale,' 224,
136.

British Broadcasting Company, 242
Braid, James, interest in mesmerism,

398, 404.
238, 255.

Columbia, rejection of Pro-
Brandis, C. A., letter to Mrs Austin,

hibition, 235, 100 note.
239, 49.

Diplomacy in the Near East,
Brankovich, George, 'Despot' of 225, 164-187.
Serbia, 226, 506.

Expeditionary Forces, com-
Bray Barony, case of, 224, 59.

manders, 239, 234.
Bread subsidy, 232, 512.

Finance during and after
Breckinridge, S. P., Truancy and

the War, 230, 190-213.
Non-Attendance in the Chicago

Foreign Policy Past and
Schools, 228, 444.

Present, 241, 156–174.
Brereton, Cloudesley, 'The Poetry of
Laurence Binyon,' 232, 135.

The Study of,

226, 470-487.
Bresson, M., letter from Thiers, 228,
287.

Government and War, 225,

251-266.
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of, 229, 288 ;

231, 267 ; 233, 241; 234, 369— Labour Delegation to Russia,
cancelled, 232, 253.

report, 235, 169, 172.
Bricklaying trade, experiments, 229, Malaya, trade, 232, 282—four

periods, ib.
Bridgeman, Sir Francis, First Sea Museum, Greek Portraits in
Lord, 223, 212.

the, 234, 22–40.

116.

BRITISH.

BROWNRIGG.
British Oversea Commerce in Brooke, C. F. Tucker, The Shako-
War Time, 223, 252–265.

speare Apocrypha,' 237, 11.
Rule, Cyprus under, 227, 401- Rupert, sonnets '1914, 224,
423.

412-414-character of his poetry,
Soldier, The Spirit of the,

226, 376-379— The Soldier,' 230,
241, 254–269.

386.
South Africa Company, The, Stopford, 229, 526-540.
241, 69–89.

Brosses, Charles de, on Italian works
Students at Padua, 238, 117- of art, 239, 258.
129.

Brougham, Lord, speeches, 224, 548.
Trade Corporation, The, 229,
143-153.

Broughton, Mrs V. D., ‘Court and
Trade and Manufactures,

Private Life in the Time of Queen
226, 433–451.

Charlotte,' edited by, 227, 39.
Writers on the United States, Brown, A. R., on three tribes of
229, 357-371.

Western Australia, 234, 167, 170.
Broad, C. D., 'The Relation between Prof. G. Baldwin, "The Arts

Induction and Probability,' 241, in Early England, 228, 97.
129, 132.

George, Melanesian and Poly-
Broadcasting, 242, 398-414.

nesian,' 234, 161.
Broch, Prof. Olaf, on the Slavonic

Horatio F., The Ideals and
language, 233, 277.

Aspirations of Italy,' 230, 131-
Brock, Clutton, “Thoughts on the * The English in the Levant, 257;

War,' 224, 71, 503—handbook on 233, 329 note–British Students
· Eton,' 229, 313, 319.

at Padua,' 238, 117—'Venice and
Brockman, Sir E. L., “The Feder-

England : An Historical Parallel,'

241, 58.
ated Malay States,' 228, 388.
Brockway, A. Fenner,

P. Hume, ‘History of Scot-

English
Prisons To-day,' edited by, 238,

land,' 225, 438-'Life of Goethe,'
376, 384 et seq.

235, 340.

Browne, Dr G. F., on the date of
Broglie, Duc de, The Memoirs of

stone crosses, 228, 113.
Prince Talleyrand,' 223, 214; 233,
253.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 'A
Brontë, Charlotte, criticism on, 229,

Dead Rose,' 241, 287.
536.

Oscar, preface to 'England
Bronze bowls, 228, 102.

and Napoleon in 1803,' 226, 480.
Brooches, style of, 228, 100-102, Robert, lines from, 238, 323;
106-108—saucer-form, 101.

241, 286.
Broodbank, Sir Joseph, member of Brownrigg, Beatrice, ‘The Life and

the Cross Channel Air Transport Letters of Sir John Moore,' 241,
Committee, 240, 89.

254.

en

BROWNRIGG.

BUGGE.
Brownrigg, Rear-Adm. Sir Douglas, Bryce, James, 237, 400-414.

'Indiscretions of the Naval Censor,'
234, 132.

James Viscount, ‘International

Relations, 238, 163 et seq.-' War
Bruand, Libéral, architect of the and Human Progress,' 242, 63–

Hôtel des Invalides, 236, 375. Evolution and the War,' ib. note.
Brugi, Prof. Biagio, 'Atti della Bucarest, surrender, 227, 239—0C-
Nazione Germania dei Legisti,'

cupied by Germans, 256.
238, 121.

The Four Treaties of, 230,
Brümmer, Dr, on the agricultural

166-181.
co-operative societies, 227, 430.
Bruncau,

Treaty of, 223, 424, 431-434,
L'Allemagne
L.,

438, 446; 225, 168; 226, 396 ;
France,' 225, 383.

228, 355, 369 ; 229, 577, 580, 583;
Brunetière, M. Ferdinand, character banks, 226, 397.
as a critic, 239, 144, 146.

Buchan, John, David Henderson,'
Brunner, Sir John, President of the

237, 126.
National Liberal Federation, 223,
120.

Buchanan, Sir George, Ambassador

in Petrograd, on British interests
Brunschwig, Hieronymo, ‘Buch der

in Serbia, 225, 164, 169— My
Cirurgia,' 226, 455—treatment of

Mission to Russia : and Other
wounds, ib.

Diplomatic Memories,' 240, 386
Brunswick, Duchess of, letter from, et seq.--received by the Tsar, 398
225, 505.

-charges against, 399—character

a diplomatist, 401-recalled,
Duke of, unpopularity, 237,

402.
115.
Brussels, Declaration of, 223, 565.

Buchner, P., Tier und Pflanze in

intrazellularer Symbiose,' 240, 215.
Sugar Convention, 237, 192.

Buckle, G. E., 'Life of Benjamin
Bryan, Mr Secretary, on contra- Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield,'
band of war, 224, 233, 241.

226, 508 et seq. ; 234, 1; 237, 383,
William Jennings, pacifism,

397 ; 239, 99, 105-editor of the
230, 92—the “Great Commoner,'

'Times,' 239, 99.
242, 267-policy, 277.

Buckmaster, Sir Stanley, on the
Bryce, James Viscount, protest

Irish seditious newspapers, 223,
against naval expenditure, 223, 121 151-in charge of the Press

-Chairman of the Second Chamber Bureau, 225, 149; 234, 139.
Conference, 230, 433— Proposals
for the Prevention of Future Wars,' Bugeja, Vincent, ‘Fascism and its

Political Influences in Italy,' 237,
231, 207, 219— The American

134.
Commonwealth, 232, 449—on the
chara ristics of the Armenians, Bugge, Dr Alfred, 'The Norse
233, 237—Modern Democracies,' Settlements in the British Islands,'
236, 129_Holy Roman Empire, 239, 385–Saga Book of the
ib.

Viking Club,' 391, 397.

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