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Buisson, Ferdinand, 'Les principes Bulgarians, character, 230, 168.
de la Société des Nations,' 231, 236.

Bull-fight, form of sport, 242, 349.
Bulgaria, policy, 223, 84, 445; 233,
428.

Bülow, Prince von, on the Triplo

Alliance, 223, 78—' Imperial Ger-
struggle against Turkish op-

many,' 242; 227, 267--negotia-
pression, 223, 425_relations be-

tions with Signor Giolitti, 224,
tween the States, 427-causes of

256 concessions, 257-policy in
the second war, ib.denunciations

Italy, 262, 264—result of his
against, 429—demands revision of

masterful tactics, 264—Deutsche
the Treaty of Bucarest, 434—

Polilik,' 227, 96—on Germany's
policy of neutrality, 435—distrust

need of economic expansion, 228,
in international contracts, 436.

81—work on German Policy, 231,
diplomacy of the Allies, 339.
225, 179–183—Dedeagatch Rail.

Bulwark' battleship, destruction,
way agreement with Turkey, 181
-mobilisation of the Army, 219

223, 111 note, 140, 310, 603 note ;

224, 291.
-reasons for remaining neutral,
222-military operations against Bureaucracy, criticism on, 238, 414.
Serbia, 223-226; 226, 491; 230,
167.

Triumphant, 240, 246–261.
destruction of the first Empire,

growth, 240, 422.
226, 492.

Bureaucratic,' methods, 235, 416.
two groups in the Dobrodja,
228, 358-boundary, 360, 368.

Bureaucratism, character, 240, 434.
concessions of territory to, Burgess, Walter H., ‘Smith the Se.
229, 577—population, 582—area,

Baptist, and the Pilgrim Fathers,
584.

234, 259.
Institute for Economic Inter- Burgh barony, case of, 224, 55, 58,
course with, 230, 75—cost, 167— 60–62.
independence proclaimed, 169
treaty with Serbia, 170-armistice, Burghclere, Lady, 'Strafford in Ire.
523; 232, 234.

land,' 242, 88.
defeat of the army, 230, 522–

Burghley, William Cecil, Lord, policy
surrender, 528; 231, 252, 267.

of foreign trade, 230, 258.
result of defection from the

Burgomaster of Middelburg,' 236,

109.
war, 233, 121.
Treaty of Peace, signed, 235, Burian, Baron von, Foreign Minister,

223, 431.
12—provisions, 13—area, 403—
unpublished Treaty, 403, 4064 Burke, Edmund, definition of the
reconstruction policy, 404—access term empire, 229, 2-interview
to the Ægean, 405—member of with D. Williams, 231, 2834
the League of Nations, 406.

Reflections,' 240, 136.
-, policy of industrial

E. T., Venereal Disease in
scription, 237, 295.

War,' 233, 304.

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BURNAND.

BYZANTINE.
Burnand, F. C., ‘Happy Thoughts, Butler, H. E., “The Apologia and
241, 54.

Florida of Apuleius of Madaura,'
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, character

translated by, 234, 41.
of his pictures, 234, 381, 385.

Samuel, Note-Books,' 241,
Burnell, Chancellor, first Premier,

50%Lucubratio Ebria,' 283.
236, 358.

advice on bees, 231, 502.
Burney, Rev. Dr, The Use of the
Psalter,' 230, 2 note.

Butt, Isaac, scheme of Federal

Home Rule, 232, 466.
Fanny, 'Evelina,' 235, 355.

Buxton, Noel, The War and the
Burns, Robert, essay on, 237, 107.

Balkans,' 225, 164_on the Arme-
Burr, C. H., German Business nian peasants, 233, 237.

Methods in the United States,' Byelinsky, V. G., Collected Works
232, 16.

of,' 235, 102.
Burrows, Dr, on the third Treaty of Byles, Sir W. P., protest against
Bucarest, 230, 171.

naval expenditure, 223, 120.
Ronald M., 'Greece and the
Balkan Settlement, 229, 576.

Bylinys, or epic songs of Russia, 235,

103.
Burton, John Hill, The History of

Scotland,' extract from, 225, 439 Byron, Lord, 'Ode on Venice,' 229,
note.

367-translation of his poems into

Serbian, 232, 334-opinion of
Mr, on an Imperial Parlia-

Goethe, 235, 352.
ment, 227, 139.

Byron's Letters, 237, 430-450.
Sir Richard, on the future of
Palestine, 226, 426.

Byron, Lord, 'Marino Faliero,' 241,

64, 67.
Bury, G. Wyman, “ Arabia Infelix,'
224, 169 note.

The Poetry of, 241, 229-253.
Prof. J. B., 'The Trojan War,' Lord, character of his letters,
226, 1-The Idea of Progress,' 242, 200.
234, 101, 116.

Bywater, H. C., 'Sea Power in the
Busch, M., 'Bismarck,' 226, 477.

Pacific,' 238, 105.
Butairah river, 237, 69, 76, 83.

Ingram, ' Aristotle on the Art
Butcher, Prof. S. H., 'Some Aspects of Poetry,' 242, 49, 123.
of the Greek Genius, 233, 402 Byzantine Bluestocking: Anna
note—The Melancholy of the

Comnena, 233, 62–81.
Greeks,' 242, 4] Aristotle's
Theory of Fine Art,' 49.

history, 233, 281.

C.

CAMBRIDGE.

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CABABÉ.
Cababé, Michael, “The Freedom of Calderon, Pedro, 'Magico Prodi-
the Seas,' 231, 194, 200.

gioso,' 240, 300.
Cabinet, members, 225, 257; 235, Calhouse, J. C., Vice-President of

426-problem of the, 235, 425. the United States, 223, 164—
Cabling, restriction on, 223, 264.

policy, ib.--theory of, nullifica-

tion, 169.
Cacique, meaning of the word, 232, California, earthquake, 241, 92-94.

122 note.
Cæsar, Julius, in command in Gaul, Caliphate, The, 224, 162–177.

230, 365—-policy, 367_condem. Calker, Prof. W. van, ‘Das Problem
nation at Rome, 368—apprecia- der Meeresfreiheit,' extract from,
tion of his successes, 369—' De 231, 201.
Analogia,' 376—soldiers, 378.

* Calliope,' case of the, 235, 231.
Caetani, Leone, ‘Annali dell' Islam," Callwell, Major-General Sir C. E.,
224, 163 note.

The Dardanelles,' 234, 252.
Caffey, Francis G., ' A Brief Statutory Calophyllum inophyllum or

the
History of the United States
Department of Agriculture,' 228,

Tatamaka, 236, 99 note.
315.

Calthrop, Col E. F., translation of

* The Book of War,' 239, 233 note.
Cahill, J. R., 'Agricultural Credit

and Agricultural Cooperation in Calverley, W. S., “Early Sculptures
Germany,' 227, 427-429.

of the Diocese of Carlisle,' 239,

382.
Caine, Sir Hall, 'The Master of
Man,' 236, 341-343.

Calverly, Charles S., verses on bees,

241, 288.
Caird, James, on the average weekly
rate of wages, 235, 179.

Calvert, A. F., 'The German African

Empire,' 231, 462.
Cairnes, Prof. J. E., on the system of

voluntary recruiting, 225, 417 Cambrai, battle of, 239, 251.
note-Essay towards a solution

Congress, 241, 194.
of the gold question,' 228, 62.

League, 230, 259 ; 241, 63.
Caix, R. de, “Menelik,' 237, 33.

Cambridge Historical Series, 226,
Cajander, Prof. A. K., 'Atlas de

487.
Finlande,' article by, 225, 349.

History of British Foreign
Calais, advance on, 223, 94,

Policy,' 241, 156, 173.
Yol. 243.

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CAMBRIDGR.

CANDLER.
Cambridge Medieval History,' 224, mechanical development, 454-in-
85 note.

fluence of the mid-Victorian philo.
Modern History,' 223, 219

sophy of laissez-faire, 455—teach.
note, 220 note ; 233, 408 note.

ing of Dr G. Parkin, 456—basic

quality of thought, 457-attitude
and the Royal Commission, of French-Canadians, 457-459—
238, 347–360.

points of agreement, 459.
School of Agriculture, 240, 351 ; Canada, State ownership of Rail-
242, 118.

ways, 232, 157, 174-176.
University, organisation of

on the position of the British
instruction to Belgian students,

Empire, 233, 365.
225, 207-209.

the first National Policy
University, Agricultural Re-

tariff, 235, 26, 28, 93— Pacific
search work, 238, 79.

Railway, 27-origin of the agrarian
Cameroons, conquest of the, 225,

movement, 29 note--general elec.
563.

tions, 31-enactment of British

preferential tariffs, 32—Naval Act
Camoëns, epic · Lusiad,' 224, 375.

of 1910..33.
Campanella, Tommaso, on progress, The Agrarian Movement in,
234, 108.

235, 84-101.
Campbell case, result, 242, 467.

; appointment of an Ambas.
George Douglas, 'Scotland as

sador to Washington, 235, 297.
it Was and Is,' 233, 153.

democratic republic, 236, 132,
Dr Janot M., on the position

136_number of telephones, 308.
and duties of the midwife, 228,

trade with the West Indies,
477 et seq.- monograph on Women

237, 188, 195, 197–199.
in Industry, 232, 85, 87.

number of motor.cars, 240,
Dr N. R., The Structure of

323.
the Atom, 241, 311.

relations with the United
Thomas, ‘ Battle of the Baltio,'

States, 241, 173.
224, 407.

Canadian, A., 'Why Canada is at
Campbell-Bannerman, Rt Hon. Sir War,' 225, 1.

Henry, leader of the Liberal
Party, 237, 228—Prime Minister, Canals, result of construction, 238,
229.

93— decline, ib.-

agitation for thoir

revival, 96-advantages, 97, 100.-
Campoformio, peace of, 224, 334.

unification of management, 98-
Canada, fiscal freedom, 223, 460. use of mules, 99-compared with

the speed of a goods train, 100
is at War, Why, 225, 1-15. a Board of Control, 104-State As.
four periods of history,

sistance, 107.
227, 452 influence of the Candler, Edmund, 'Abdication,' 238,
British settlers, 453-phase of 133

on

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CANNAN.

CARTER,
Cannan, Gilbert, monograph on Carlton Club meeting, 239, 198, 202-
Freedom,' 231, 523.

204.
Canning, Rt Hon. George, letter of Carlyle, Mrs, and English Letter.

advice to Lord Granville writing, 242, 193–210.
preparing a speech, 225, 505–
criticism on, 513—foreign policy,

T., views on the Scottish

Parliament, 225, 450-essays on
241, 164.

Schiller, 235, 339— Chartism,' ex-
Cannon, use of, 226, 452.

tract from, 236, 71-story of 239,
Canonge, General, on the charac-

56— Lamentations of Dryasdust,'
teristics of Marshal Foch, 231, 240.

242, 62–treatment of his wife,

203–206.
Canterbury, Archbishop of, 'Com.
mittee

on Church and State, Carmichael, Lord Governor of Ben-
report, 229, 439; 231, 333–339,

gal, 236, 52—his statement at the
341-Committee on Women and

Legislative Council, 226, 113.
the Church, 233, 346, 348, 353. Carol, King of Roumania, 226, 390,
Caper, the, 241, 14.

391–policy, 391.
Capital and Labour, change in the Carpathians, the, military operations,
relations, 225, 124—need for per-

223, 584, 585, 589-591, 598.
manent peace between, 329, 332, Carpenter, Edward, Towards In-
relations between, 229,

dustrial Freedom, 229, 414.
557 ; 230, 213; 238, 328.

Rt Rev. W. Boyd, “National

Churches and National Life,' 229,
proposal to tax, 227, 174-176 ;

335.
230, 201.

Carr, H. Wildon, 'The Philosophy of
Levy, The Effect of a, on

Benedetto Croce, 231, 360.
Trade and Industry, 233, 42–61.
Capitalism, criticisms on, 242, 466.

Carranza, Don Venustiano, President

of Mexico, 238, 153—deposed, 156.
Caprivi, General von, on cutting off
supplies in war, 227, 106.

Carrogis or Carmontelle, Louis, col.

lection of drawings, 240, 371–
Cardinal Principle of Idealism,

portraits, 372.
The,' 229, 132.

Carson, Sir E., strong personality,
Carducci, G., estimate of Tasso, 224,

225, 264-characteristics, 265—
23-lines from, 233, 288.

addresses in Ulster, 226, 247
Cardus, Neville, ' A Cricketer's Book,'

First Lord of the Admiralty, on
238, 306.

the work of the mine-sweepers,

228, 129–controversy with Lord
Cargo, insurance of, 223, 255.

Birkenhead, 241, 377–379.
Carli, Filippo, 'La Ricchezza e la
Guerra, 224, 136.

Carter, Huntley, ' Industrial Recon.

struction,' edited by, 229, 414.
Carlile, James, The Economics of
Inland Transport, 232, 90.

Lionel, ‘Letters to the People

of India on Responsible Govern.
Carlowitz, Peace of, 233, 337,

ment,' 230, 401.

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