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GLEICHEN.

GOODERICH.
Gleichen, Count, 'The Anglo-Egyp. Goldman, C. S., The Empire and
tian Sudan,' 223, 1.

the Century,' 237, 188.
Glenorchy, Lord, Ambassador to Goldoni, Carlo, anecdote of, 233,
Denmark, 241, 205.

295.
Globe,' edition of Shakespeare, 237, Goldsmith, art of the, in the seventh
5.

century, 228, 105.
Theatre, sketch of the, 241, 414.

Oliver, on patriotic arrogance,
Gluck, C. W., operas, 242, 283.

224, 73.
Gneisenau, Herr, on the French Gollancz, I., ' A Book of Homage to
Revolution, 231, 38.

Shakespeare,' 232, 333 note.
Gneist, H. von, ‘Englische Verfas- Gollock, M. C., 'Women in the

sungegeschichte,' 225, 418 note. Administration of Missions, 233,
God, The Anger of, 239, 290–306.

344.
Godin, M., 'familistère,' 235, 431. Goltz, Marshal von der, opinion of

war, 223, 44-policy in Turkey,
Godkin, E. L., on the teaching of

235.
political economy, 234, 231.

González, The Voyage of Don
Godley, J. R., 'Letters

"Letters from

Felipe,' 236, 84.
America,' 229, 362.
Goethe, J. W., lines from, 228, 47–Gooch, G. P., “History and Historians
interview with John Murray, 231,

in the Nineteenth Century,' 223,
6.

340_Germany's Debt to France,'

231, 26—'The Rise and Fall of
A New Life of, 235, 339–352. the German Empire,' 232, 364—
opinion of Byron's poems, 241,

'A New Life of Goethe,' 235, 339

-The Cambridge History of
230.

British Foreign Policy,' edited by,
Ottilie von, correspondence 241, 156— History of Europe,'
with Mrs. Austin, 239, 44-trans-
lation of "Torquato Tasso, 16.1 167–171.
characteristics, 45-death, 47.

Good Hope,' British cruiser, sunk,

223, 113, 118, 119, 122, 158;
Goffinet, Baron, member of the

224, 292.
Belgian Commission, 225, 199.
Gogol, his writings, 239, 323.

Cape of, discovery of

the route, 230, 259 ; 241, 60, 63.
Gold Standard, The Abandon.
ment of the, 223, 409-423.

Goodall, A., 'Place-Names of S. W.

Yorkshire,' 228, 347 note, 351 note
reserve, 225, 85-87.

-introduction, 352.
amount of production, 228, 63 Goode, Sir William, on the new
-output, 64.

Austria, 238, 27.
Golden Ass' of Apuleius, 234,

Gooderich, C. L., 'The Frontier of
41-55.

Control: a Study of British Work.
Bough, The, 223, 464-484. shop Politics,' 237, 291.
Vol. 243.

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GRACE.

GÖPPERT.
Göppert, Prof., ' Attempts at Social. Goschen, Viscount, First Lord of the

isation in Germany since the Revo. Admiralty, 223, 63—Ambassador
lution,' 237, 276.

at Constantinople, views on Albania,

228, 140, 149—on the death duties,
Gordon, A. R., The Poets of the

239, 128.
Old Testament,' 230, 20.

Gosling, Harry, member of the
Douglas, Reynard the Fox,'

Belgian refugees Committee, 225,
238, 265— The Badger at Home,' 195 note.
240, 24—Game Birds and Wild
Fowl,' 241, 9.

Gosse, Edmund, 'Jeremy Taylor,'

225, 249 note—The Life of Alger-
- Lady Duff, portrait, 239, 42— non Charles Swinburne,' 228, 229–
literary works, 43—translations of 231; 229, 462—' Portraits and
Heine's poems, 50, 53—friendship Sketches, 228, 238—the Post-
with him, 51-55.

humous Poems, edited by, 247–

* Life of Donne,' 233, 319-letter
General, first Governor-General

from Henry James, 234, 196_
of the Sudan, 223, 2-death, 226,

· Austin Dobson,'237,53—member
34_secretary to Lord Ripon,

of the Pen and Pencil Club, 63—
resignation, 237, 234.

association with A. Dobson, 63-65
Sir Home, ‘W. G.,' 225, 456-

-Coventry Patmore,' 240, 125.
· Post-War English Cricket,' 238, Gotha aeroplanes, raids, 236, 280,
306.

284-289.
J. W., "The New German Gothein, Dr, on the decline of Ger-
Constitution,' 235, 137—'The Eng.

many's production, 240, 116.
lish Dictionary,' 240, 164.

Gottberg, Otto von, * Als Adjutant
Miss Mary, 'Penal Discipline, durch Frankreich und Belgien,'
238, 384-386, 388.

236, 200.
Memorial College, 223, 13, 20. Gould, W. A., 'The Present Economic

Position in the West Indies,' 237,
Gore, Dr Charles, ‘Belief in God'

188.
and ‘ Belief in Christ,' criticism on,
240, 378-382, 384.

Gourmont, Remy de, 'Le Succès et

l'Idée de Beauté, 242, 123, 132
T. P., Bills to prevent travelling
on belligerent ships, 226, 208–210,

Government, National, cost, 232, 509.
212.
Gorell, Lord, creation of the system

Govone, General, 'Memoirs,' 227,

394 note.
of Army education, 233, 31-head
of the Staff Duties Directorate, 33. Gower, Granville Leveson, created

Marquis of Stafford, 225, 500.
Gorki, “Foma Gordeiev,' 235, 115.

Grabski, Ladislaus, Polish Minister
Görres, obituary on the Holy Roman

of Finance, 241, 430.
Empire, 231, 32—on the unpopu.
larity of the French on the Rhine- Grace, Harvey, 'The Organ Works
land, 40.

of Bach,' 239, 377.

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et seq.

GREAT BRITAIN.

GRACE.
Grace, The Saving, 235, 221-233. Gray, Thomas, interest in botany,
W. G., 225, 456-463.

227, 444.
Graetz, Heinrich, ‘History of the Great Britain, relations with the
Jews, 233, 405.

United States, 223, 154,458; 230,66
Graham, Duncan, at the meeting of

-amount of trade with Germany,
the Scottish Miners' Federation

223, 383—with Austria-Hungary,
at Ayr, 232, 443.

389-with Turkey, 391-produc-

tion of music, 396—rivalry of
Sir James, his views on the

Germany, ib. - employment of
supremacy of the First Lord of the
Admiralty, 223, 59.

foreign musicians, 402—superiority

of orchestras, 403—beauty of the
Colonel J. J., 'On War,' trans- language, 404_need for the en-
lated by, 242, 56.

couragement of the art, ib.-prob.
Stephen, 'The Children of lem of publication, 406_adoption
the Slaves,' 235, 251.

of the moratorium, 409-advance

in the rates of wages, 455
Grahame-White, Claude, 'Commercial
Aeronautics,' 229, 154.

charges against, 549 — method

of Colonial administration, 460
Grain Growers' Grain Company, 235 -voluntary system of recruiting,
88-90_' Guide 'founded, 90, 99.

599.
Grammont, Duc de, policy in the
Franco-German war, 227, 389.

character of patriotism, 224,

87-anti-militarism of the working.
Grant, J. A., his views on the reason

class, 89—motor industry, 178,
for men not enlisting, 223, 141.

189-192-economic relations with
Madison, ‘The Passing of the the Allies, 203—estimate of the
Great Race, 235, 235.

national wealth, ib. -resources of

the Overseas Dominions, 204-
Ogilvie, on the habits of the
pheasant, 241, 12.

production of staple articles, ib.

-value of investments abroad,
Grantham, Thomas, at the Embassy

205, 219-position of the Banks,
of Vienna, 241, 200. See Robinson.

206-gold reserve, 207—the first
Granville, Castalia, Countess, ‘Lord

war budget, ib.-yield of Income
Granville Leveson Gower,' odited

and Super tax, 208—Revenue re.
by, 225, 500.

turns, 209–expenditure, 210, 213,

221-estimated cost of the war,
Correspondence, The, 225,

211, 215—cost of the army and
500-518.

navy, 212_issue of War Loans,
Life of Lord,' 232, 10–12. 213-215_result of the withdrawal
Granville-Barker, Harley, 'The Heri.

of men from production, 215
tage of the Actor,' 240, 53.

foreign trade, 216–219–influence

on the cost of Local Government,
Graves, Capt. Robert, “It's a Queer

220_amount of the National Debt,
Time, 230, 398— Fairies and

221—the need for a system of
Fusiliers,' 400.

national organisation, 283-in-
Gray, Ezio M., 'L'Invasione tedesca crease in the output of munitions,

in Italia,' 224, 147, 148—'The 284-criticisms on the Munitions
Bloodless War,' 231, 87.

and Registration Bills, ib.-result

GREAT BRITAIN.

GREAT BRITAIN.

of the voluntary system, 285-—-tone to Turkey, 228, 296–298—the Con.
of the Press, ib.—value of the sular service, 298, 308—number
Navy, 288—treatment of enemy of foreign banks, 306—want of
aliens, 425-stable finance, 512– adaptibility, 310_use of a foreign
conditions of industrial scientific agent, 311-carelessness in exe-
research, 520.

cuting orders, 312—defects of the
Great Britain, loyalty of Canada, 225,

commercial traveller, 314—want
7, 11, 14-gold reserve, 85-87–

of foresight, 384, 386-commercial
policy in the Near East, 170

rivalry with Germany, 403, 412–
economic dependence on foreign

the Bagdad Railway negotiations,
supplies, 323-commercial union

487-528—position in the Persian
with the Dominions, 325—amount

Gulf, 513, 518—negotiations with
of income, 519, 545.

Germany, 522–527.
need for a system of cheap

Great Britain, emancipation of serf-
credit to farmers, 226, 150—

dom, 229, 405—development of
policy in Rumania, 392—construc-

capitalist production, 407-manu-
tion of a railway, 394—Bank of

facturers and profiteers, 408_class-
Rumania, 397 — torpidity of

war between capital and labour,
traders, 398—-value of the imports,

ib.-fall of Capitalism, 409_Co-
399—indifference to the oil in.

operative Communism, 412–bank.
dustry, 402-control of Egypt

ing system before the war, 481-83
and the Suez Canal, 411, 428

-maritime commerce, 484.
commercial interests in Palestine, The Economic Position of,
419 — Anglo-Palestine Company, 232, 489-518.
421-sympathy with the Jews,

relations with China, 233,
427.

15-acquisition of Wei-Hai-Wei,
number of schools in Turkey, 19-treaty of alliance with Japan,
227, 158—need to organise the 24.
food - supply, 179 — agricultural

ratifies treaty with Ger.
policy, 181, 186, 195_use of
Agricultural motors, 195—-ploughs,

many, 235, 2.
199 — tractors, 200 number of hostility of Ireland, 236, 155

under cultivation, 318 157-policy, 169–171—number of
agricultural workers, 318, 322— telephones, 308.
population, 321, 328-adoption of

position, 237, 181-navy dis.
Free Trade, 322position in com-

armaments proposal, 181-184—
merce, 329_relations with Italy,

total tonnage to be scrapped, 182
375, 383, 387-iron and steel

--strength of the fleet in 1924..183
industry, 542—competition with

-submarine tonnage, 186 noter
Germany, 543--creative inven.

withdraws from the Brussels Sugar
tions, 544—criticism of methods,

Convention, 192—trade with the
545_output of iron, 547, 551-re-

West Indies, 197–199_mail service,
construction of Associations, 555—

200—Articles of Agreement with
policy of international agreement,

Ireland, 214-number of acres
556_relations with Ireland, 562,

under arable cultivation, 321-fruit
566.

and vegetables, ib.--returns of live
falling-off in the export trade stock, 322.

acres

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GREAT BRITAIN.

OREENSTREET.
Great Britain, Articles of Agreement Orthodox Church,' 122-position
with Ireland, 238, 198, 206.

and education of the clergy, ib.-
number of newspapers, 239, 84.

superstitions dying out, 123—rela.

tion of the bishops to the parochial
number of service air machines, clergy, ib.—the work of two
240, 75coal, 108—danger from Synods, 124.
Bolshevism, 321 number of

Greece, shipping losses, 232, 473, 474.
motor-cars, 323, 324-acreage and
yield of wheat, 341.

position in Asia Minor, 234,

436.
relations with Denmark, 241,
205—with Russia, 207–foreign extension of territory, 235, 403
policy, 208opposition to the note, 409-result of the election,
French occupation of the Rhine,

410.
385.

claims territories, 239, 163
relations with Greece, 242, 335. occupies Smyrna, 166-167—foreign
Greathouse, Charles H., “Historical

relations, 173-retreat of the army,

175, 178–occupies Anatolia, 176
Sketch of the United States De-

- evacuates it, 178 - evacuates
partment of Agriculture,' 228, 315.

Thrace, 180.
Greece, war against Turkey, 223,

foreign policy, 242, 335, 342—
241 ; 239, 170, 174, 178, 213
relations with the Balkan States,

need for unity, 342–344.
223, 427—policy, 437, 447—hos. Greek architecture, 236, 379.
tility to Bulgaria, 437-influence
on Indian Art, 509.

Fear of Life, The, 242, 41-54.

-Poetry in English Verse, 224,
, diplomacy of the Allies, 225,

297-326.
185–187 ; 228, 268-appeal from
Serbia to fulfil her treaty obli- Portraits in the British
gations, 225, 220_policy of neu- Museum, 234, 22–40.
trality, 223, 226_agreement with
the Allies, 227—treachery to Serbia, Greeks, ideal of patriotism, 224, 79.
547.

total number, 229, 582-re-
relations with Italy, 241, 1-4,

fugees, 583.
227, 380, 386.

character, 231, 384.
abdication of King Constan- driven out of Smyrna, 242, 334.
tine, 228, 268—the boundary,
362-364, 368.

Green, F. E., ' A History of the Eng-

lish Agricultural Labourer,' 235,
and the Balkan Settlement,

179, 256—'A New Agricultural
229, 576–584.

Policy,” 237, 313.
moral standard of the Franks,

J. R., 'Short History,' 229, 370.
230, 130—territory assigned to,
170 loss of Monastir, 172.

T. H., an idealist, 229, 137.
reform of the Church, 231, Greenstreet, James, three papers on
120 views of Meletios Metaxakis, the authorship of William Shake.
1214' A Draft Constitution for the speare's plays, 232, 194–196,

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