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CINEMA.

CLODD.
Cinema, The, 234, 177–187. Clausewitz, K. von, ‘On War,' 233,

425; 239, 235, 251 note. ; 242, 56,
an institution, 240, 56.

59, 67.
Cintra, Convention of, 226, 131 ; 237, Clay, Miss, ' Industrial Hospitals of
249.

England,' 232, 113 note.
Cirillo, Domenico, at the Neapolitan Claypon, Janet E. Lane, scheme for
Court, 235, 357-execution, 371.

the Provision of State Midwifery
Cities, Great, Road Traffic in, Service, 228, 481.
233, 140-152.

Clayton, Bertram, 'Sinn Fein and
Civil Service Estimates, increase in Labour, 229, 256—'Utopias Un-

the cost, 225, 524—proposed tem. limited,' 231, 510—The Cinema,'
porary and permanent reductions, 234, 177-'What Labour Wants,'
525-527—result of saving, 537— 238, 327.
policy of ruthless economy, 232,
513.

Clearing-House map of England, 232,

164.
, expenditure on salaries,
238, 412—character, 239, 413.

Clemen, Dr, interview with M. van

der Gheyn, 236, 250–252.
Claes, J., The German Mole,' 225,
134.

Clemenceau, M., on the independence
Clare, John, love of wild flowers, 227,

of Austria, 233, 447.
443.

and M. Deschanel, 233, 470
Clarendon, Lord, on the policy of

483.
Prussia, 232, 9.

President of the Council of
Press, edition of Shakespeare,

Ten, 235, 7-President of the
237, 5.

Paris Conference, 238, 16, 1694
Clark, Champ, on the reciprocity

preface to ‘La Paix,' 28—policy,

30—-illusions, 31-Near-Eastern
treaty, 225, 11.

policy, 239, 164—Premier, 240,
C. U., The Text Traditions of 159—relations with M. Poincaré,
Ammianus Marcellinus,' 230, 38.

ib.-friendship with Lord Morley,

241, 360-offer of treaties of
N. D., Vice-President of the

guarantee, 389—period of occupa-
International Commercial Exposi. tion of the Rhine, 30).

tion, 238, 160.
Clarke, Rev. W. E., missionary in Clifford, Sir Hugh, German Colo-
Samoa, 238, 238, 244.

nies : A Plea for the Native Races,'

231, 477.
Clasen, Dr, president of the All-
deutschen Verbandes, 240, 311

W. G., 'The Ex-Soldier, by
note.

Himself,' 226, 135.
Claudel, The Works of Paul, 227, Clive in India, 232, 38–56.
78-94.

Clodd, Edward, “The Question : If
Paul, ‘Annonce faite à Marie,' a man die shall he live again ?'
237, 340.

233, 82.

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CLODE.

COLERIDGE.
Clode, Mr, Military Forces, 225, Cobden, Richard, Free trade prin-

424 note, 425 note, 426 note, 427 ciples, 225, 321–Political Writ-
note.

ings,' 226, 269 note-distrust of

parliamentary government, 234,
Cloriston, Henry, 'Tasso's Later 227.

Verse,' 224, 23—'The Ginestra ;

or, The Desert Flower,' 235, 51. Cobham barony, case of, 224, 54.
Clough, A. H., lines from, 234, 239. Cocaine habit, laws against, 239, 60.
Clowes, William, surgeon, 226, 467 Cochin, M. Denys, on sociology, 224,
-treatment of gunshot wounds,

389.
468-method of performing an Cockburn, Henry, China and the
amputation, ib.

Powers,' 233, 1.
Clubs and Coffee-houses of London,

Lord Chief Justice, opinion
237, 18-22.

against trying election petitions,
Clynes, J. R., Food Controller, 234,

241, 376.
297.

Coco-nut plantations of Samoa, 238,
Coal Commission, 232, 428.

241.
freighto, riso in the price, 225,

Codrington, Dr, “The Melanesians,'
469.

234, 164.

Cohen, Herman, The Court of
mines, Stato control, 227, 173.

Criminal Appeal,' 230, 342.
trado, amount of traffic, 232, 92. Cok, John, compilation of the cartu.
wealth of the principal Euro-

lary of St Bartholomew's Hospital,
poan nations, 240, 108.

232, 114 note, 115, 116 note.
Coalition, The End of the, 239, Coke, Sir E., statements on the
198–214.

Peerage Law, 224, 51.
Ministry, 225, 566, 572; 227, Colbert, M., founds a French Lovant
219, 226; 238, 404-407--result,

Company, 233, 335.
225, 263- disadvantages, 313.

Cole, G. D. H., 'Self-Government in
character, 227, 220, 229—

Industry,' 229, 414; 237, 281—
fall, 220, 233, 240_243_number

'Labour in the Commonwealth,'
of votes, 238, 420-423--indict.

231, 514-517-The World of
ment against, 407-420-number of

Labour,' 515_theories of Guild
public officials, 239, 412.

Socialism, 238, 335.
Unionists, abstain from voting, Coloman, Prof. C. B., Constantino
238, 421-423, 427-policy, 424-

the Great and Christianity,' 229,
426.

337, 338.

Coleridge, A. D., Eton in the
Cobbett, William, 'Parliamentary

Forties,' 229, 299 note.
Debates,' 225, 431 note-' Year's
Residence in the Upited States,' Hon. Gilbert, Eton in the
229, 305.

'Seventies,' 229, 203.

CONRAD,

COLERIDGE.
Coleridge, S. T., criticism on Sir J. Combinations, Financial and In

Mackintosh, 224, 542—on a trait dustrial, 230, 334.
of the English, 235, 207–character

Commerce, British Oversea, in
of his poetry, 241, 234character

War Time, 223, 252.
of his letters, 242, 199.

Commercial education, 226, 446-449.
Collezione Settecentesca,' 233, 289.
Collie, Norman, President of the

Commons, House of, characteristics,

230, 435-revision of Bills, 436
Alpine Club, 237, 403.

subjection to the party system,
Collingwood, R. G., ‘La Filosofia di 439.
Giambattista Vico,' 231, 359.

Commonwealth Navigation Act, 240,
Prof. W. G., 'Scandinavian 143.
Britain,' 239, 382.

The Problem of,' 229, 9 nole.
Collins, Mr Justice, member of the Communism, 238, 336 ; 239, 406.

Venezuelan Boundary Tribunal,
241, 372.

Community, meaning of the term,

235, 336.
Michael, character, 237, 208—
refrains from denouncing outrages Comnena, Anna, A. Byzantine
in Ireland, 238, 204-pact with Bluestocking, 233, 62–81.
Mr de Valera, 205 result of his Complot pacifiste,' 227, 277–0x
policy, 393—Commander-in-Chief

tract from, 278.
of the National Forces, 394-shot,
396-funeral, ib.--characteristics, Compulsion Bill, 227, 232.
397.

Compulsory Military Service in
Sir S., protest against naval England, 225, 416-437 - advo.
expenditure, 223, 121.

cates of, 574, 583.
Collison-Morley, Lacy, 'Some As-Comte, Auguste, ‘Cours de philoso-

pects of the Italian Sottocento,' phie positive,' 234, 101.
233, 288.

Condé, Prince de, work at Chantilly,
Colomb, Vico-Admiral P. H., ‘Me- 240, 360.

moirs of Sir Ashley Cooper Key,'Condorcet, Marquis de, 'Sketch of a
extract from, 233, 199.

Historical Picture of the Progress
Colonios, need for a closer commercial of the Human Mind,' 234, 115.

union with the United Kingdom, Congo, the, sovereignty of Portugal,
225, 325.

239, 282.
Colvin, Ian,' Hanseatic Leaguo,' 237, Congregational Church, 234, 285,
12— The Life of Jamoson,' 241,

275.
78.

Congress and the War, 226, 196–
Bir Sidney, 229, 459-476. 215.
Coman, K., 'Economic Beginnings Connolly, Jamos, ' Labour in Ireland,

of the Far West,' 223, 170, 172. 229, 258- Labour in Irish His.
Combos, E., ‘Profils et types de la

tory,' extract from, 261.
littérature russo, 235, 102.

Conrad, Joseph, 242, 247-261.

COOMARASWAMY.

CONSCIENTIOUS.
Conscientious objectors, punishment Constantinople Conference, 237, 391 ;
of, 239, 64.

239, 77.
Conservatism, fundamental princi. Nationalists demand evacuation

ples, 238, 408-412, 428-a party of the Allies, 239, 181.
creed, 241, 433—or Tranquillity, Consular service, system, 228, 298,
437.

302, 307.
Conservative Party, relations with
the Liberal Party, 228, 425—

Consumers' Council, 234, 298.
policy, 239, 198; 241, 433-437, Continuation Schools, 225, 410.
452; 242, 121, 216-revolt against
the Coalition, 239, 202-number Contraband and War-Zones, 224,

232-243.
elected, 210_consolidation, 420-
number of votes, 241, 212–217-

articles of, 225, 273, 278.
result of the General Election, 217-

of War and Ships' Timber,
220-principle of National Unity,

236, 93-111.
442—establishment of the system
of co · partnership, 444 — the Convict system, 239, 69.
housing question, 445-watch: Convocation, Houses of, Committee
words, 242, 217—principles of
Liberty and Responsibility, 217,

on the Ministry of Women, 233,

355-357.
219, 225.
Consort, H.R.H., Prince, publication

Conway, Sir Martin, "The Arts in

Early England,' 228, 96.
of his speeches, 231, 14.

Prof. R. S., 'The Place of Dido
Treaty of, 225, 507.

in History,' 234, 73.
Constable, John, character of his Cook, A. B., “Zous, the Indo-Euro-
pictures, 234, 383.

pean Sky-God,' 223, 331.
Constantine of Africa, translations

Captain, second expedition,
from the Arabic, 240, 303.

227, 46.
the Great, Emperor, character-

Sir Edward, 'The Press in War
istics, 229, 338-340—result of his

Time,' 234, 132–Joint Director of
conversion, 340.

the Press Bureau, 139.
King of Greece, character of

John Douglas, editor of the
his policy, 225, 185-recovery

Saturday Review,' 239, 98.
from his illness, 186—return, 239,
173-abdicates, 178.

Coolidge, A. C., 'Claimants to Con-

stantinople, 229, 231.
Constantinople, fall of, 224, 121.

Calvin, candidate for the Pre-
siege of, 226, 453.

sidency of the United States, 242,
the 'Gate of the East,' 227,

272_number of votes, 276.
149.

· Prof., criticism of the European
Deutsche Bank, 228, 299.

Allies, 238, 18.
the Patriarchate of, 231, 116.

Coomaraswamy, A. K., Selected

Examples of Indian Art, 223, 512
under the administration of et seq.—' Arts and Crafts of India
Turkey, 235, 15-area, 407.

and Ceylon,' 519.

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218.

COOPER

COULTON.
Cooper, Samuel, miniatures, 235, Corney, B. Glanvill, 'The Voyage of

Captain Don Felipe Gonzalez to
Co-operative Labour in Italy,

Easter Island,' edited by, 236, 76.
235, 430-440.

Cornish, F. W., 'Catullus,' 223, 26.
Magazine,' 242, 11.

Coronel, action off, 223, 298, 304.
Movement in India, The, Corwin, Edward S., 'The President's
225, 368-382.

Control of Foreign Relations,' 231,
Coover, Dr John Edgar, ‘Experi- 145.
ments in Psychical Research at

Cosgrave, William T., President of
Leland, Stamford Junior Univer-

the Irish Executive Council, 238,
sity,' 233, 96.

398, 403—President of the Irish
Co-partnership, advantages of the

Free State, policy, 240, 411, 416
system, 241, 443.

drastic methods, 416-adminis.
Copenhagen expedition of 1807..237,

tration, 242, 361-364-policy on
244capitulation, 246.

the boundary question, 372.
Copleston, Dr, Bishop of Llandaft, Cosmos,' articles by, 227, 280, 282.

correspondence with Mrs Hughes, Cossacks, the, struggle against the
226, 555-558.

Poles, 239, 320-322.
Copper, scarcity of, in Germany, Costa, Joaquin, views on the weak.
223, 386–388.

ness of Spain, 228, 170.
Corbett, B. O., 'The Annals of the Costanza, Princess, marriage, 224,
Corinthian Football Club,' 239,

359_birth of a son, 361-death,
355.

362.
Sir Julian S., “History of the Cotterill, H. B., extract from his
Great War,' 234, 119, 124 et seq.

translation of Homer's 'Odyssey,'
Napoleon and the British Navy

224, 310_characteristics of his
after Trafalgar,' 237, 328—' Forti.

style, 312.
fications, Past, Present and Future,
373— Naval Operations,' 237, Cotton, fall in the price of, 223, 265.
357 et seq. ; 241, 107.

H. E. A., 'Calcutta Old and
Cordier, Henri, 'Histoire Générale de New,' 227, 39.
la Chine,' 238, 101.

Mr, 'Letters to Cottagers from
Corey, Mr, correspondent of the & Conservative Bee-keeper,' 241,
New York Globe,' 223, 151.

291.
Corfu, occupation, 241, 2.

Coué, M. Emile, method of healing,

238, 252— Maîtrise de Soi-même,'
Corinthian Football Club, 239, 350,

261.
355.

Coulton, G. G., 'A Strong Army in
Corn Laws, repeal of the, 225, 327 ;

a Free State,' extract from, 225,
242, 113.

417.note, 434 note-'The Main
Production Act, 235, 266 ; 237, Illusions of Pacificism,' 227, 17–
315, 323; 240, 352, 353; average

Social Life in Britain,' 232, 113
price, 237, 314.

note,

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