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GREENWOOD.

GUARDIAN
Greenwood, George A., 'England | Griffith, Arthur, articles on the
To-day, 238, 344.

* Resurrection of Hungary,' 229,
Sir Hamar, result of his policy

239, 245—the creator of the policy

Sinn Fein, 239-character, 237, 208
in Ireland, 236, 162, 171.

-death, 238, 396-characteristics,
M., member of the Committee 397.
on Alcohol, 231, 64 note.

Griffiths, Percival, on the ill-treat-
Greg, W. R., ' Essays on Political ment of natives by the Germans,

and Social Science,' 234, 235. 229, 392.
Gregory of Nazianzus, lines on bees, Grimm Dictionary, 240, 178.
241, 275.

Grodno, evacuated, 224, 576.
IX, Pope, condemnation of the
Modernists, 240, 10.

Grose, F., 'Military Antiquities,'
Grenfell, Julian, 'Into Battle,' 230,

225, 418 note.
386.

Grosse Politik,' 239, 280-282, 285,
Greville Diary, extract from, 223,

286.
217 note.

Grote, Mrs, 'Life of her husband,'
Grey, C. G., Editor of The Aero.

231, 22.
plane,' 227, 203, 210 note, 212 note. Grotefend, E. L., 'Die Edelherren
Lord, of Fallodon, criticism on

von Boldensele odor Boldensen,'
his foreign policy, 223, 147; 241,

227, 342 note.
186_opposition to the Union of Grotius, Hugo, on International Law,
1814..223,221-memorandum on a

229, 235.
blockade, 224, 229, 242—failure to
understand the policy of Germany, Groves, General, on the military
225, 165--attitude towards the aeroplanes of Germany, 242, 449
Balkan States, 169, 183-on the note.
policy of Germany in the Balkan Grueneisen, V. de, ' Le Portrait,' 234,
States, 179--tribute to Belgium,

39.
189_characteristics, 261-views
on a policy of blockade, 268, 278— Grundy, Dr G. B., ‘Ancient Gems in
member of the War Council, 227, Modern Settings : being versions
513--policy in the Balkan States, of the Greek Anthology by various
228, 353—on the Bagdad Railway,

writers,' edited by, 224, 324-326
512, 523—foreign policy, 237, 155

* The Place Names of England,'
et seq.-on the need for economy,

228, 333.
239, 140_relations with W. H.

William Voris, on the system of
Page, 311.

bribery payments in the Elberfeld
Grierson, H. J. C., “Poems of Lord Co., 232, 22-24work on chemi.
Byron,' Preface to, 241, 250.

oals, 33.
Sir James, commanding the II Gsell, Paul, 'Anatole France and his
Corps, 232, 353-death, ib.

Circle,' 239, 141.
Grievances and Aims of Labour, Guardian,' the, spirit of the crew,
229, 541-558.

235, 229.

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Guerre, L'Europe au Cours de Gunkel, Hermann, 'Psalmen,' 230,

la, et la Question Polonaise, 412.
230, 474-503.

Gunnery, School of, 235, 127.
Gueshoff, M., Prime Minister of
Bulgaria, 223, 428.

Guns, The Sound of Big, 226,

216-227.
Guest, Dr, ‘Origines Celticæ,' 228,
345.

Gunshot wounds, The Early

Treatment of, 226, 452-469.
Dr Haden, on the C.E.C., 235,
172.

Gupte, B. A., “Hindo Holidays and
Guevara, Velez de, play 'Reinar

Ceremonials,' 236, 325.
despues de morir,' 224, 377.

Gurlt, E. J., 'Geschichte der Chirur.
Guiccioli, Countess, relations with gie und ihrer Ausübung,' 226, 452.
Lord Byron, 237, 449.

Gustavus Adolphus, character of his
Guild Socialists, the, 229, 436 ; 230,

army, 241, 261.
327; 233, 463; 237, 280.

Guthketch, A. C., The Prose Works
Guilds League, the National, 234, of Joseph Addison,' 225, 238.
331.

Gutteridge, H. C., “Nelson and the
Guitry, Sacha, plays, 240, 68; 237,

Neapolitan Jacobins,' edited by,
348.

235, 353.
Guizot, M., 'Memoirs,' 223, 218 note,
222 note-letters from Thiers, 228,

Gwynne, Bishop, Can England's
282, 284-on the Entente Cordiale,

Church win England's Manhood ?'
233, 255-policy, 256-dispatch

229, 439.
from Count Mortier, 264–266.

Gwynn, Stephen, "The Life of Sir
Gumbum Abbey, 227, 62, 71.

C. W. Dilke,' 228, 443.
Gummere Richard M., Matthew Gye, Frederick, manager of Covent
Arnold,' 241, 142.

Garden Theatre, 242, 285.

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Haase, Herr, Imperial Union of Haig and Foch, 239, 233-257.

agricultural co-operative societies, Haigh, E. Agnes, R., “Child Educa227, 431, 435.

tion in India,' 229, 516. Habibullah, Ameer of Afghanistan, Haines, C. R., “Recent Shakepolicy, 229, 506-508-Malik-ul.

spearean Research,' 236, 225; 237, Islam, 515.

1. Habsburgs, The Last of the, I. Haiti, administration, 238, 147, 161.

The Emperor Francis Joseph, 235, 60–67—II. Archduke Franz Ferdi. Hakewell, George, on the merits of nand, 67-78—III. Karl the First the ancients and moderns, 234, and Last, 78–83.

112. Hadjanesti, General, Commander-in-Hakki Pasha, negotiations, 228, 518, Chief of the Greek army, 239, 178

520. -shot, ib.

Hakluyt, Richard, 'The Principal Hadley, Arthur T., 'Railway Trans- Navigations, Voyages and Dis

portation : Its History and its coveries of the English Nation, Laws, 232, 155.

230, 260; 236, 78-80_lines to the Haggard, Sir H. R., ' Rural Denmark

bee, 241, 279. and its Lessons,' extract from 225, Society, Council of the, 236, 80, 30—'Rural England,' 242, 118.

82-publications, 83-91. Hague Conference, 224, 224, 234, Haldane, Lord, on the Expeditionary 245; 231, 211-213.

Force, 223, 131—result of his visit

to Germany, 225, 166—views on Conventions at the Peace

army organisation, 254—his Terri. Conference, 223, 565, 566, 576.

torial Forces Act, 435member of Haidar Pasha, Port of, destruction,

the War Council, 227, 513-on the 235, 327.

question of teaching areas, 228, Haifa, German settlement at, 226,

445_Life of Goethe,' 235, 340, 415_trade, 420.

351-Committee on the Machinery

of Government, 421 et seq. Haig, Earl, congratulations to the troops, 230, 514.

and Relativity, 236,

147-154. Sir Douglas, Despatches of,

relations with Lord 233, 101-121.

Morley, 241, 185, 188—friendship address at the British with Lord Morley, 352_opinion Legion, 238, 328.

of him, 364,

HALEVY.

HAMMER.
Halevy, D., essay on Péguy, 225, 65 Halsbury, Earl of, on the Creation of
note.

a peerage, 224, 54.
Elie, 'Chartism,' 236, 62. Hamber, Capt. Thomas, editor of the

'Standard,' 227, 356, 359.
J., character of his plays, 237,
335.

Hambling, Sir Herbert, Chairman of

the Cross Channel Air Transport
Halifax, Charles, Lord, First Lord Committee, 240, 89.

of the Admiralty, 223, 60. See
Wood.

Hamburg Colonial Institute, 230, 74.
Hall, Sir A. Daniel, ‘Pilgrimage of

Iberian-American Society, 230,
British Farming,' 225, 21; 241,

84-86.
333 Agriculture after the War,'|' Hamburger Nachrichten,' article
226, 145; 237, 320.

in, 239, 2.
Mrs Angus, translation of 'The Hamelius, Paul, 'The Travels of Sir
Memoirs of Prince Tallyrand,' 223, John Mandeville,' 227, 331.
214.

Hamilton, Alexander, on contraband
Capt. Basil, 'Travels in North

of war, 236, 106-on the result of
America,' 229, 361.

corruption to the Constitution, 238,

361.
Charles M., discoveries in the
use of cryolite, 224, 524.

Lord George, 228, 425-430.
, Francis, Travels in Canada General Sir Ian, despatch on
and the United States,' 229, 362. the Dardanelles operations, 224,

295, 583; 227, 522—on the value
G. A., 'The Annual Report of

of the Navy, 227, 111-'A Gallipoli
the Adviser to the Kedah Govern-

Diary,' 234, 243, 251, 254 ; 237,
ment,' 228, 388.

370, 374–377.
, Major John, ‘ England and the

Admiral Sir R. Vesey, “Naval
Orleans Monarchy,' 226, 481. Administration,' 223, 56, 202.
extract from, on International

T., “Men and Manners in
Law, 224, 419, 421.

America,' 229, 361.
Hallam, A. H., 'Constitutional His-

W. J.,

Researches in Asia
tory of England, 225, 418, 424

Minor, 229, 67.
note, 430 note, 439.

Hamley, Lieut.-Gen. Sir E. B.,
Halle, Dr E. von, Volks und See.

Operations of War,' 227, 99 note ;
wirthschaft,' 223, 461.

242, 59.
Haller, Prof., ‘Deutschland und der Hammann, Otto, ‘Der neue Kurs,'

Osten,' extract from, 227, 149–151. 237, 257—'Der missverstandene
Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O., 'Outlines

Bismarck,' ib.
of the Life of Shakespeare,' 236, Hammar Lake, 237, 70, 75.
228, 232.

Hammer, J. von,

Geschichte des
Hallucinations, Census of, 233, 94. Osmanischen Reiches,' 230, 257,

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HAMMOND.

HARPER,
Hammond, J. L. Le B., Charles Harden, Maximilian, views against
James Fox,' 224, 426, 430.

war, 223, 44-on the annexation of

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 239, 3.
J. L. and Barbara, 'The
Village Labourer,' 235, 256. Hardenberg, Herr, opinion of the

French Revolution, 231, 36-
Hampshire, local place-names, 228,

reforms, 37.
338-340.
Handel, G. F., compositions, 239,

Hardie, Keir, attacks on the Govern-
374–Rinaldo,' 242, 281, 283–

ment, 223, 148_campaign, 234,

318.
operas, 282, 283.

Harding, Warren G., President of
Hand-guns, invention, 226, 453.

the United States, 242, 271, 273-
Hankey, Sir Maurice, ‘Diplomacy by policy against Mexico, 238, 159
Conference,' 238, 168.

opinion of the United States, 162.
Hanna, Col. H. B., 'Can Germany Hardinge, Sir Charles, on the inter-
invade England ?' 227, 99 note.

view at Reval, 237, 161-on the

meeting at Ischl, 239, 4 note.
Hannen, Sir James, on the Parnell
Commission, 239, 101 ; 241, 371.

Lord, India under, 226, 99-

115.
Hannikainen, P. W., ‘Altas de Fin.
lande,' article by, 225, 349.

Lord, of Penshurst, “The

League of Nations,' 241, 1.
Hanotaux, G., “La Guerre des Bal.

kans et l'Europe, extract from, Hardy, Thomas, “Song of the
226, 391--Minister for Foreign

Soldiers,' 224, 409_war verses,
Affairs, 227, 391- Le Partage

230, 384 "Satires of Circum-
de l'Afrique,' 237, 39-sketch of

stance,' 236, 112--The Dynasts,'
M. Poincaré, 240, 156.

238, 47--on the reply of Lord

Morley, 241, 180_ Under the
Hanover, The Alliance of, 241, Greenwood Tree,' 290.
193–210.

Harington, General Sir C., tribute to
Hapsburg Empire, result of the ruin, the British troops, 241, 254-
239, 15.

personal example, 255.
division, 240, 311-313.

Harlaw, ballad of the Battle of, 242,

381.
Harborne, William, grant of the right
to trade with Turkey, 230, 261–

Harmsworth, Alfred, proprietor of
Ambassador to Turkey, 266-

the 'Times,' 239, 104. See North-

cliffe.
arrival at Constantinople, 267—

difficulties of his position, 268,271. Harper, Rev. Andrew, 'Australia :
Harcourt, Sir William V., friendship

Economic and Political Studies,'
with Lady Ripon,

236, 21.

237, 222-
letters on International Law,

Prof. G. M., “Life of Words-
93_institution of the death duties, worth,'226, 116–127-criticisms on
128—friendship with Lord Morley, his style, 117-blunders, 119–
241, 349.

natural bent of his mind, ib.

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