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Boer War, the, 229, 87; 235, 38- Bolshevist army, defeated, 230, 526.
result, 225, 433; 241, 70.

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Boirac, M., Psychologie inconnue,'
238, 256.

Boissier, Gaston, Nouvelles Prome-

in East Prussia, disarma-

ment, 242, 440.

Bon, M. Le, 'Lois Psychologiques
de l'Evolution des Peuples,' ex-
tract from, 224, 465.

Bonacci, Prof. Guilio, 'Genii italici e
Teutomani d'oltremonte,' 224, 140.
Bondfield, Margaret, at the Washing-
ton Conference of the International
Labour Office, 235, 199 note.
Bone, Muirhead, impressions of J.
Conrad, 242, 247.

Bonellia, experiments on, 240, 236.

Bonnat, Léon, portrait of Thiers, 228,
272.

Bonomi, Signor, Prime Minister, 237,
152.

483-509.

nades Archéologiques-Horace et Books, Some on the War, 224,
Virgile,' 225, 483; 241, 283.
Boldensele, William of, narrative of
his pilgrimage to Palestine, 227,
341-344.

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Boothby, Commander F. L. M., 'The
Importance of Airships,' 240, 88.
Boraston, Colonel J. H., ' Despatches
of Sir Douglas Haig,' edited by,
233, 103.

Borchling, Dr Conrad, on the develop-
ment of Belgium, 225, 143.

Bordeaux,

Henry, La Vie au
Théâtre,' 237, 352.
Borden, Sir Robert, on Imperial
policy, 226, 275-signs the League
of Nations Covenant, 235, 300.
Borenius, Tancred, 'Rediscovery of
the Primitives,' 239, 258.

Bolshevism and Democracy, 235, Borgese, Signore, on the aims to be

157-174.

and the Turks, 239, 183–197.
-, 239, 405-danger of the move-
ment, 240, 321.

achieved by Italy as the result of
the war, 223, 84.

Bornatsky, Prof., 'Russkoyo Slovo,'
228, 410.

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Bornier, Henri de, 'Fille de Roland,' Boulting, W., Tasso and his Times,'

237, 340.

Borrow, George, character, 231, 14-
'The Romany Rye,' 241, 287.

Borrow's

Celtic Bards, Chiefs

and Kings,' 242, 21-40.

Borstal system, 238, 390.
Bosanquet, Bernard, 'The value and
Destiny of the Individual,' 225,
309-312-The Distinction be-

tween Mind and the Objects,' 229,
125, 140-The Philosophy of
Benedetto Croce,' 231, 359.

Boscawen, Rt Hon. Sir Arthur
Griffith, Housing,' 240, 37—Agri-
cultural Policy,' 339.

W., member of the Literary
Fund Committee, 231, 289-pre-
face to Claims of Literature,' 290.
Boscho, Hippolyto, De vulneribus
a bellico fulmine illatis tractatus,'
226, 465.

Bosnia and Herzegovina annexation
of, 223, 247, 424, 445; 224, 341,
470; 225, 169; 239, 2.

policy of Germanisation, 224,
474-religious antonomy broken
up, 475.

Bosphorus, control of the, 225, 183.
Botallo, L., treatment of gunshot
wounds, 226, 464.

'Botanical Magazine,' the, 230, 460.
Botha, General, head of the South
African Party, 225, 108.

General Louis, 235, 36-50.
Bottomley, Gordon, King Lear's
Wife,' 226, 383.
Boucharine, M. N., L'Economie de
la Periode Transitoire,' 239, 183.
Boudon, Victor, Avec Charles Pégny
de la Lorraine à la Marne,' 229, 93.

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Bradley, A. C., 'Poetry for Poetry's Bridges, Robert, Wake Up Eng-
Sake,' 235, 274.
land,' 224, 409- Purcell Com-
memoration Ode,' 232, 139.

A. G., The Ulster Planta-
tion,' 239, 27.

Dr, work on place-names,
228, 341- English Historical Re-
view,' 239, 384.

E. H., 'Programme of Work
of the United States Department
of Agriculture for the Fiscal Year,'
228, 315.

F. H., Appearance and
Reality,' 229, 126, 130; 231, 371
note, 375 note- Principles of
Logic,' 372 note.

Dr Henry, A New English
Dictionary,' edited by, 240, 179.
Bragaglia, A. G., Spionaggio Mili-
taire Civile e Commerciale,' 224,
136.

Braid, James, interest in mesmerism,
238, 255.

Brandis, C. A., letter to Mrs Austin,
239, 49.

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Brieux, Eugène, morality-plays, 237,
344.

Briggs, Prof., Commentary on the
Psalms,' 230, 7, 8 note.

Sir John, Reader to the
Board of Admiralty, 223, 61.

Bright, Sir Charles, An Imperial
Air Policy,' 240, 74- Inter-
Imperial Communication by Cable,
Wireless, and Air,' 86 note.

John, on the principle of the
Balance of Power, 224, 467; 229,
85-meeting with John Murray,
231, 20.

Brindisi, port of, position, 224, 336.

British Broadcasting Company, 242
398, 404.

Columbia, rejection of Pro-
hibition, 235, 100 note.

Diplomacy in the Near East,
225, 164-187.

Expeditionary Forces, com-

manders, 239, 234.

Finance during and after
the War, 230, 190–213.

Foreign Policy Past and
Present, 241, 156–174.

226, 470-487.

The Study of,

Government and War, 225,

251-266.

Labour Delegation to Russia,
report, 235, 169, 172.

Malaya, trade, 232, 282-four
periods, ib.

Museum, Greek Portraits in
the, 234, 22-40.

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British Oversea Commerce in Brooke, C. F. Tucker, 'The Shake-
War Time, 223, 252-265.

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Trade Corporation, The, 229,
143-153.

Trade and Manufactures,

226, 433-451.

speare Apocrypha,' 237, 11.

-, Rupert, sonnets 1914,' 224,
412-414-character of his poetry,
226, 376-379-'The Soldier,' 230,
386.

Stopford, 229, 526–540.

Brosses, Charles de, on Italian works
of art, 239, 258.

Brougham, Lord, speeches, 224, 548.

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Broughton, Mrs V. D., Court and
Private Life in the Time of Queen
Charlotte,' edited by, 227, 39.

Writers on the United States, Brown, A. R., on three tribes of

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Western Australia, 234, 167, 170.

Prof. G. Baldwin, The Arts
in Early England,' 228, 97.

George, 'Melanesian and Poly-
nesian,' 234, 161.

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Horatio F., 'The Ideals and
Aspirations of Italy,' 230, 131–
The English in the Levant,' 257;
233, 329 note- British Students
at Padua,' 238, 117- Venice and
England: An Historical Parallel,'
241, 58.

P. Hume, 'History of Scot-
land,' 225, 438-Life of Goethe,'
235, 340.

Browne, Dr G. F., on the date of
stone crosses, 228, 113.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 'A
Dead Rose,' 241, 287.

Oscar, preface to England
and Napoleon in 1803,' 226, 480.

Robert, lines from, 238, 323;
241, 286.
Brownrigg, Beatrice, 'The Life and
Letters of Sir John Moore,' 241,
254.

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Brownrigg, Rear-Adm. Sir Douglas, Bryce, James, 237, 400-414.

'Indiscretions of the Naval Censor,'

234, 132.

Bruand, Libéral, architect of the
Hôtel des Invalides, 236, 375.

Brugi, Prof. Biagio, 'Atti della
Nazione Germania dei Legisti,'
238, 121.

Brümmer, Dr, on the agricultural
co-operative societies, 227, 430.
Bruneau, L., 'L'Allemagne
France,' 225, 383.

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Brunetière, M. Ferdinand, character

as a critic, 239, 144, 146.

Brunner, Sir John, President of the
National Liberal Federation, 223,
120.

Brunschwig, Hieronymo, Buch der
Cirurgia,' 226, 455-treatment of
wounds, ib.

Brunswick, Duchess of, letter from,
225, 505.

Duke of, unpopularity, 237,

115.
Brussels, Declaration of, 223, 565.

Sugar Convention, 237, 192.
Bryan, Mr Secretary, on contra-
band of war, 224, 233, 241.

William Jennings, pacifism,
230, 92-the Great Commoner,'
242, 267-policy, 277.
Bryce, James Viscount, protest
against naval expenditure, 223, 121
-Chairman of the Second Chamber
Conference, 230, 433- Proposals

James Viscount, 'International
Relations,' 238, 163 et seq.-' War
and Human Progress,' 242, 63—
'Evolution and the War,' ib. note.
Bucarest, surrender, 227, 239-oc-
cupied by Germans, 256.

The Four Treaties of, 230,
166-181.

Treaty of, 223, 424, 431-434,
438, 446; 225, 168; 226, 396;
228, 355, 369; 229, 577, 580, 583;
banks, 226, 397.

Buchan, John, David Henderson,'
237, 126.

Buchanan, Sir George, Ambassador
in Petrograd, on British interests
in Serbia, 225, 164, 169—' My
Mission to Russia: and Other
Diplomatic Memories,' 240, 386
et seq.-received by the Tsar, 398
-charges against, 399-character
as a diplomatist, 401-recalled,
402.

Buchner, P., Tier und Pflanze in
intrazellularer Symbiose,' 240, 215.
Buckle, G. E., 'Life of Benjamin

Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield,'
226, 508 et seq.; 234, 1; 237, 383,
397; 239, 99, 105-editor of the
'Times,' 239, 99.

Buckmaster, Sir Stanley, on the
Irish seditious newspapers, 223,
151-in charge of the Press
Bureau, 225, 149; 234, 139.

134.

for the Prevention of Future Wars,' Bugeja, Vincent, Fascism and its
Political Influences in Italy,' 237,
231, 207, 219-The American
Commonwealth,' 232, 449-on the
characteristics of the Armenians,
233, 237- Modern Democracies,'
236, 129- Holy Roman Empire,'
ib.

Bugge, Dr Alfred, The Norse
Settlements in the British Islands,'
239, 385-'Saga Book of the
Viking Club,' 391, 397.

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