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CARTERON.

CAXTON.
Carteron, M., on the methods of the Castriote, John, chief of Albania,
German clerk, 225, 135.

228, 146.
Carthill, Al., “The Lost Dominion,' Castro, Lincoln de, ' Nelle Terre del
242, 145–159.

Negus,' 237, 33.
Cartier, G. E., views on confedera-

Dom Pedro Fernandez de,
tion, 225, 11.

daughter, 224, 358.
Cartwright, Julia, 'The Journals of

Lady Knightley of Fawsley,' edited Catalans, the, history, 231, 350.
by, 239, 215. See Ady.

Catalonia, Home Rule and
Casement, Sir R., contributions to Labour in, 232, 122-134.

Irish Freedom, 229, 246—sedi.
tious articles, 247-255—Ireland,

Cateau Cambresis, treaty of, 224, 25.
Germany and Freedom of the Cathay and the Way Thither,' 236,
Seas,' 248—The Keeper of the

90.
Seas,' 250— Ireland, Germany and
the Next War,' 252—traitorous Cathedral in Fiction, The, 239,
dealings with Germany, 255—

336-348.
seditious articles, 230, 215—Why Catherine II, Empress of Russia,
Casement went to Germany,’ 217

relations with Frederick the Great,
-landing and arrest, 223.

230, 294-translation of French
Caspar, M., ' Die Reform der höheren plays, 235, 107.
Schulen in Preussen,' 224, 130.

Catholic Anthology,' 226, 384.
Caspari, W. A., on the training of
chemistry students, 224, 532, 535. Catholicism at the Cross-roads,

240, 1-23.
Cassel, Sir Ernest, founds the Banque

Nationale de Turquie, 228, 305 Catton, J. A. H., on league football,
note.

239, 353.
Cassi, Gellio, ‘Il Mare Adriatico,' Catullus at Home, 223, 26–40.

224, 327.
Cassini Convention, 233, 13.

Caucasus, the, invasion, 223, 595.
Casson, Herbert, ‘History of the population, 234, 424.
Telephones,' 236, 315.

Cavaignac, G., 'La Formation de la
Castellan, A. L., opinion of B. Goz-

Prusse,' 231, 36.
zoli, 239, 265.
Castex, Capt. R., “Synthèse de la Cavendish, Lady Harriet, marriage,

225, 501, 508—character, 511.
guerre sous-marine,' 237, 366.
Casti, Giambattista, Prima la mu. Cawdor, Lord, First Lord of the
sica, poi le parole, 233, 291.

Admiralty, 223, 212.
Castile, history of, 231, 347. Cawley, Sir F., member of the

Belgian refugees Committee, 225,
Castlereagh, Lord, Local Militia Act,

195 note.
225, 431, 432—criticism on, 514

-at the Vienna Congress, 230, 298 Caxton Hall, Conference on Strikes,
-foreign policy, 241, 163,

233, 452, 455,

CECIL.

CHAMBERS.
Cecil, Algernon, Disraeli: The Cervantes, ‘ Don Quixote,' 241, 52.
Middle Phase,' 226, 508—'Two

Cezanne, M., character of his paint-
Distinguished Gladstonians,' 229,
205—Cardinal Manning,' 236, 381

ing, 234, 384.
- Mr Lloyd George: A Page of Chaadaev, Peter, The Philosophy
History,' 238, 279 British For. of History,' 233, 406.
eign Policy Past and Present,' 241,
156.

Chabot, Philippe de, letter from

Thiers, 228, 283.
Cecil, Lady Gwendolen, The Life

of Robert, Marquis of Salisbury, Chadwick, Prof., 'The Heroic Age,'
237, 378-399-criticisms on, 384.

226, 17.

Chambeges, Pierre, architect of Chan-
Lord Robert, amendments on

tilly Château, 240, 357, 259, 362.
the Defence of the Realm Bill, 223,
148_scheme for a League of Chamber, the, financial institution,
Nations, 231, 210.

236, 350, 352.
Viscount, “National Unity,' Chamberlain, Rt Hon. Austen, on a
241, 433.

reserve of gold, 223, 422 note-on

the ignorance of the people on
Celimancy, art of divination, 240, foreign politics, 226, 478—on the
297.

Indian cotton duty, 227, 530, 537
Celsus, polemic against Christians,

-Budgets, 238, 411-on the ex-
239, 296.

emption limit of taxation, 239,

132-appeal for a permanent Coali.
Censorship and Recruiting, 223, tion, 200—at the Carlton Club
130–158.

meeting, 203.
methods of, 223, 295.

Houston Stewart, distinction

between culture and civilisation,
The, and its Effects, I. In

223, 48— Foundations of the
England, 225, 148–163 — II. In
America, 160-163.

Nineteenth Century,' 224, 84.

Rt Hon. Joseph, policy, 225,
result, 227, 285.

260; 238, 281-political views,
of the Press, 234, 132–146. 228, 433 - characteristics, 436_

relations with Sir C. Dilke, 437
Census returns for 1911..224, 215;

-character of his principles, 229,
240, 45.

216-criticism on, 217

- on the
Central Europe, Monarchism in,

isolation of England,' 241, 167
237, 113–125.

-Fair Trade' propaganda, 220.
Centralisation of administration, 235, Chambers, E. K., 'The Elizabethan
420.

Stage,' 241, 400 et seq.
Centurion,' the, spirit of the cap-

Dr King, Manual on Diet in
tain, 235, 228.

Health and Disease, extract from,

231, 75.
Century Dictionary, 240, 174.

Robert, 'Vestiges of the
Cerebro-Spinal Fever or 'spotted Natural History of Creation,' 230,
fever,' 224, 157—treatment, ib.

454.

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CHAMBRUN.

CHEMISTRY,
Chambrun, Comtesse de, 'Giovanni Charrière, E., ‘Négociations de la
Florio,' 237, 2.

France dans lo Levant,' edited by,
Championnel, General, defeats For-

230, 257.
dinand IV, 235, 361-administra- Chartered British Trade Bank, 226,
tion of Naples, 362—recalled to

547.
Paris, 365.

Chartism, 236, 62–75.
Champneys, Basil, ‘Memoirs and

Correspondence of Coventry Pat- Chartists' riots, 234, 237.
more, 240, 123.

Chase, Chief Justice, on contraband,
Chanak, fort of, 224, 122.

224, 238, 240.
Chance, James Frederick, 'The Chastelleux, Chevalier de, On

Alliance of Hanover,' 241, 193– Public Felicity,' 234, 114.
210_List of the Diplomatic
Representatives and Agents,' 197. Chatham, Earl, character of his

policy, 224, 438, 443.
Chancellor, E. Beresford, “The An.

nals of Fleet Street: its Traditions Châtillon, Renaud de, career, 230,
and Associations,' 227, 353.

119.
H., protest against naval Chatterjee, A. C., “Notes on the
expenditure, 223, 121.

Industries of the United Provinces,'

227, 297.
Channing, E., “Guide to the Study

of American History, 223, 170. Chaucer, Geoffrey, references to bees,
Chantilly and its Museum, 240,

241, 278.
356-373.

The Personality of, 242,
Chantrey Bequest, purchases under

315-333.
the, 224, 352.

Chaupy, Abbé Capmartin de, Décou-
Chapple, Dr, protest against naval

verto de la Maison de Campagne
expenditure, 223, 121.

d'Horace,' 225, 483.
Charcot, J. M., experiments in Chavannes, Puvis de, character of
Hypnotism, 238, 257.

his pictures, 234, 381.
Charles, King of Rumania, polioy, Chekhov, character of his novels. 235,
230, 176-death, ib.

113—Uncle Vanya,' ib.
VI, Emporor, foreign policy, Chelmsford's Viceroyalty, Lord,
241, 195.

236, 42-61.
Dr R. H., ‘A Critical and Chelnokoff, Mr, Mayor of Moscow,
Exegetical Commentary on the 223, 546.
Revelation of St John,' 235, 373- Chelworth, Rev. John, first English
on the date of the Apocalypse, 376

Rector of Padau University, 238,
note, et seq.

126.
Charléty, M., on French foreign Chemistry, awards for the dis-
policy, 239, 272.

coveries in, 224, 527—training in,
Charlottenburg, Treaty of, 241, 203. 532-535.

CHENERY.

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CHIPPING.
Chenory, Thomas, editor of the Children's Charter,' 233, 123, 133.
'Times,' 227, 367; 239, 95.

Chile, views on the law of neutrality,
Cheque, system of paying by, 228, 223, 579.
72.

China, character of art, 223, 509-
Chéradame, André, "La Crise Fran. violation of the law of neutrality,

çaise,' 224, 387—The Pangerman 567.
Plan Unmasked,' 227, 144, 264.

, Reorganisation Loan, 226, 169
Cherbourg, naval review at, sound -neutrality in the war, 170_

of the guns, 226, 220-222, 225, 227. independence guaranteed, 172—
Cherif Pasha, resignation, 226, 38.

relations with Japan, 173; 234,

399, 408.
Chesney, General, in command of the

Some Tibetan Abbeys in,
Euphrates Survey Expedition, 228,
489; 237, 71-India under Ex.

227, 59–77.
periment,' 230, 404.

result of the establishment of
Chesterfield, Lord, on the ignorance

the Republic, 229, 397.
of the people on foreign affairs, and the Powers, 233, 1-25.
226, 470.

war with Japan, 234, 398.
Chesterton, G. K., gift of humour,
241, 46, 50.

revolution, 235, 241.
Chevrin, Arthur, L'Autriche et la foreign relations, 238, 102

Hongrie de demain,' 229, 181. Nine Power Treaty, 105–108—
Chow, Samuol, C. 'Byron in Eng.

Customs Tariff Treaty, 108-110
land: His Famo and After-Famo,'

-history of the Shantung question,
241, 229.

110-112—Treaty with Japan, 112

-administration, 113.
Chidell, Fleetwood, 'Imperial Migra-
tion and the Clash of Races,' 233,

Empress Dowager, conversion
350.

to constitutionalism, 226, 153–

directs the reform movement, 155.
Child, Prof. C. M., 'Senescence and

Rejuvenescenoe,' 240, 228. Chinese Republic, Four Years of
Child Education in India, 229,

the, 226, 152-175.
516-525.

Revolution, Financial and

Historical Review of the,' 226,
"Childe Harold,' 237, 438.

152.
Childers, Rt Hon. H. C. E., views on
the supremacy of the First Lord of

loyalty to British rule in the

Malay States, 228, 401.
the Admiralty, 223, 63.
Children, result of the industrial

Society, 230, 79.
system, 228, 451-physical con. Drama, The, and An-
dition, 452-number on the school costor Worship, 231, 296–317.
registers, 453_compulsory attend.

working capacity, 235, 244
anco, 458_omployment, ib.
nursery schools, 460- continua.

immigration, 249.
tion schools, 481.

Chipping Campden, 238, 78, 82.

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Chirol, Sir Valentine, • Turkey in Church of England As It Is, The,

the Grip of Germany,' 223, 231 ; 242, 227-246.
229, 491-on the Bagdad Railway,
228, 509– Islam and the War,'

The, and the Prayer-Book,
229, 489— Cecil Spring-Rice: In

240, 205–214.
Memoriam,' 230, 57—* Constitu-

Reform, 229, 439-458.
tional Reform in India,' 401–
* The Outlook in India,' 238, 130

and State, Committee on,
Foreign Editor of the Times,' 239, report, 231, 333-339, 341.
100.

Times, The,' extract from,
Chittenden, Prof., the con 212, 229.
sumption of protein, 224, 451.

Union in Scotland, 233, 205-
Chlumecky, Leopold, Freiherr von, 225.
'Oesterreich-Ungarn und Italien,'

The, and Women, 233, 344-
224, 327-editor of the Oester-

358.
reichische Rundschau,' 235, 76
note.

Churches, earliest Saxon, 228, 110.
Cholera, mode of transmission, 224, National and National Life,
160-number of cases, ib.

229, 335–356.

on

Christian IX, King of Denmark, Churchill, C., satires, 239, 22.
accession, 227, 396.

Lord Randolph, maiden speech,
Belief and Immortality, 227, 234, 18.
1-16.

Rt Hon. Winston, First Lord
Christianity, The Indictment of the Admiralty, 223, 212–on the
against, 229, 27-48.

Navy, 116; 227, 101-plan of an
Eastern: Reform and Re-

expedition to the Dardanelles, 225,

231, 237; 234, 253—character.
union, 231, 112-126.

istics, 225, 262—criticism on the
and Industrial Problems,' 237, Navy, 226, 284, 286—policy, 292 ;
284.

238, 136, 143-evidence at tho
Church, Dean, “ Bacon,' 238, 305.

Dardanelles Commission, 227, 513

-plan of a naval attack, 516, 519
Army, opinion of representa- ' Life of Lord R. Churchill,'
tives on the increase of female 237, 383—on the Irish Draft Con
intemperance, 233, 131.

stitution, 238, 206—criticism on,

241, 351.
Assembly, proposed, 231, 341.

' Churchmen's Union, Memorandum
Council, 229, 448, 453-458.

of,' 229, 440 note.
Representative, Com-

Cicero and the Conquest of Gaul,
mittee on, 231, 340.

230, 361-379.
of England, Temperance Society Cilicia, racial conflict in, 234, 436.
founded, 231, 72—relations with
the Eastern Church, 124-election evacuated by the French, 239,
of a Bishop, 233, 206.

175 ; 242, 336.

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