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FRE

BYZ
Byzantine Empire, The, its influence Damnatory clauses of the Athanasian
upon Christendom, 571-590

Creed, 75-83

Decline of the Salon, The, 950-959
CALIFORNIA, Japanese labourers

Dicey (Edward), Last Month, 163-172,
U in, 815-819

330-340, 510-520
Cancer research, London hospitals,

Domestic life in Pepys's time, 269-285
and the French doctors' visit to

Douglas (Langton), The Exhibition of
England, 892-904

Early Art in Siena, 756-771
Census of India, The, 938-949

Drama of to-day, The, 870-872
Chamberlain's (Mr.) fiscal policy, 152-

Drummond-Wolff (Sir Henry), Some
155, 163-172, 236-241, 324-327,

Maxims of the late Lord Dalling
334-339, 502-504, 516-518, 694-

and Bulwer, 262-268
695, 856-858, 1033-1039
Chapman (Dr. Paul), A Reminiscence FAST Africa Protectorate, The,
of Coventry Patmore, 668-674

as a European Colony, 370-385
Cheiromancy, Chinese, 985-988

Education Act, The, and the Roman
China, Palmistry in, 985-988

Church, 549-555
Christian doctrines and clerical critics, Educational Conciliation : an Appeal
386-401

to the Clergy, 67–74
Christina's (Queen) Pictures, 989- | Egyptian peasants, their past troubles
1003

and present prosperity, 443-450
Church hymns and the new edition of Electrical currents and invisible radia-
Hymns Ancient and Modern, 925-1

Modern, 925- tions, 88-96
937

Eliot, Sir Charles, The East Africa
Church Music, The. Pope andra Protectorate as a European Colony,
Rejoinder, 247-250

370-385
Church of England, Free Thought in Elkind (Dr. Louis), The German Nary
the, 386-401

League, 1012-1022
Church of England, The, and Roman Eltzbacher (0.), How Japan Reformed
doctrines and practices, 543-558

Herself, 28-41
Cibber's (Colley) * Apology,' 451-468 England, Germany, and Austria,
Cobdenism and Confucianism, 163-172 707-722
Collins (J. Churton), The Rhodes Be. England's financial position and alleged

quest and University Federation, prosperity, 469-474
970–984

Ethical Need of the Present Day,
Colonies, The, and University Federa The, 207-226
tion, 970-984

Ewart (Dr. William), Medicated Air :
Compulsory Education and Compul.

a Suggestion, 97-104
sory Military Training, 20-27
Compulsory military service, how it
works in Germany, 606-621

TAMILY decorum in China as pre-
Conscript life in Russia, 842–854

T scribed in native classics, 8:20-
Conversation, The art of, 790–795

832
Coreless Apple, The, 966-969

Federal and State elections in Australia,
Courtney (Leonard), What is the

105-112, 475-491
Use of Gold Discoveries ? 299-306

Finland, The Literature of, 772-
Crewdson (Wilson), Japanese Emi-

789
grants, 813-819

Fellah, My Friend the, 443-450
Criminal procedure and wrongful con-

Fiscal question, The, 152-155, 163-
victions, 1004-1011

172, 189-198, 324-327, 334-389,
Cross, J. W., The Pinnacle of Pro-

502-504, 516-518, 694-695, 856-858,
sperity-a Note of Interrogation,

1033-1039
469-474

Fiscal Reform, British Shipping and,
Cruisers, scouts, and submarines for

189-198
the British Navy, 599-602

Fisher (W. J.), The Liberal Press and
Currie (Lady), Concerning Some of

the Liberal Party, 199-206
the 'Enfants Trouvés' of Litera. |

Foxcroft (Frank), The Check to
ture, 126-141; Are Remarkable

Woman Suffrage in the United
People Remarkable - looking ?-- an

States, 833-841
Extravaganza, 622-642

Frank (Helena), The Land of Jargon,

652-667

Free Church property and the judg.
DALLING and Bulwer, Lord (the ment of the House of Lords, 504-

late), Some Maxims of, 262-2681 507, 519

LIB

· FRE
Free Thought in the Church of Eng. Hindus and other Indian races, their

land, 886-401, 737-745 ; a Rejoin. ! condition as shown by the Census,
der, 905-924

938-9495
Free Traders, The Unionist, 236-246 | Hospitals of London, The, and the
French Doctors, What they saw, 892- ! French doctors, 892-904
904

Housing question, The, and Rural
French society and salons of Walpole's Council by-laws, 643-651
days, 950-959

Hunter (Sir Robert), The Re-flow from

Town to Country, 1023-1082
Hymns Ancient and Modern,'

925-937
NERMAN Anglophobes and their
U ambitions, 707-722
German Army System, The, and How
it Works, 606-621

7NDIA, The Census of, 938–949
German Navy League, The, 1012–

1 Indian Portraits, Some, 286--298
1022

Industrial Arbitration Acts and labour
Germany, Great Britain and : a Con-

questions in Australia, 475-491
versation with Count Bülow, the

International conference on rights and
German Chancellor, 873-881

duties of neutrals, 697-706
Gibraltar, Story of its capture by Sir

International Questions and the
George Rooke, 181-188

Present War, 142-151
Gifts, 312-318

Invisible Radiations, 88-96
Gilbey (Sir Walter), Motor Traffic and

Irby (Adeline Paulina), Ischia in
the Public Roads, 723-786

June, 119-125
Giles (Professor Herbert A.), Woman

Irving (H. B.), Colley Cibber's
in Chinese Literature, 820-832;

Apology,' 451-468
Palmistry in China, 985–988

Ischia in June, 119-125
Girls in China, Rules and advice con.

cerning, 820-832
Glünicke (Lieut. Col. G. J. R.), The TAPAN and the Commencement of
Women of Korea, 42-45

the War with Russia, 178–180
Gold Discoveries, What is the use of ? Japan, How she reformed herself,
299-306

28-41
Goldstein (Vida), The Political Woman Japanese capital punishment and com.
in Australia, 105-112

pulsory suicide, 960–965
Graham (Marquis of), British Ship. | Japanese Emigrants, 813-819

ping and Fiscal Reform, 189–198 | Jargon, The Land of, 652-667
Great Britain and Germany: a Con. | Jersey (Countess of), Hymns-- An.

versation with Count von Bülow, ! cient' and · Modern,' 925-937
the German Chancellor, 873-881 Jesus Christ, The miraculous birth of,

84-87

Joubert (Carl), The Coming Revolu-
YALE (Col. Lonsdale), Our Pitiable

tion in Russia, 364-869; The
I Military Situation, 1-19

Russian Soldier, 842-854
Hara-kiri : its Real Significance,

960–965
Harcourt (Sir William), Death of,

ZOREA, The Women of, 42-45
861-865

11 Kropotkin (Prince), The Ethical
Hardie (J. Keir), The International Need of the Present Day, 207-226
Socialist Congress, 559-570

Kruger, ex-President, Death of, 339-
Harrison (Mrs. Frederic), Table Talk,

340
790-795
Harrison's (Mr.) Historical Romance,
571-590

IT ABOUR troubles and Arbitration
Hedgerows, The Harvest of the, 227- | U Acts in Australia, 475-491
235

Last Month, 152–172, 819-840, 499-
Heron's Ghyll and Coventry Patmore, 520, 686-696, 867-872, 1033-1048
668-674

Lathbury (D. C.), Educational Con.
Higgs (Mrs.), Tramps and Wanderers, ciliation : an Appeal to the Clergy,
55-66

67-74
Highways, their history, construction, | Lhasa, The Capture of, in 1710, 113-

and usage, and motor traffic, 723- 118
726

Liberal Ministry, The Next, 675-685

LIB

PIY
Liberal party, The, its policy and Morley (John), Mr. Harrison's His.

prospects, 155-159, 163-172, 236-1 torical Romance, 571-500
241, 320, 326-327, 330-334, 338, Mótor Traffic and the Public Roads,
511-519, 1038

723-736
Liberal Press, The, and the Liberal Music in churches, The Pope's 'In.
Party, 199-206

struction' upon, and Mr. Bagot's
Literature, Concerning some of the views, 46–54, 247-250

Enfants Trouves' of, 126-141 | Musical servant-maids in Pepys's time,
London expansion into rural districts, 269-285
1023-1032

Mutual aid, morality, and modern
Lord (Walter Frewen), Last Month, i ethics, 207–226

867-872, 1044-1048
Low (Sidney), President Roosevelt's
Opportunities, 882-891

NATIVE characteristics in India,
Lucy (Henry W.), The Next Liberal N 286-298
Ministry, 675-685

Naval Strength, Our, and the Nary

Estimates, 591-605

Navigation Laws, Shall we restore
VACDONELL (Sir John), Inter. the ? 418-432
AT national Questions and the Navy League, The German, 1012-1022

Present War, 142–151; The Rights Neutrals, belligerents, and international
and Duties of Neutrals : President law, 148–151
Roosevelt's Proposed Conference, Neutrals, The Rights and Duties of:
697-706

President Roosevelt's Proposed
Macnamara (Dr. T. J.), Physical Con. Conference, 697-706

dition of Working-class Children, | Newspapers, Liberal and Conservative,
307-311

compared, 199-206
VcNeill (Ronald), Our Bi-Centenary Nihilists, revolutionary committees,
on the Rock, 181-188

and rulers in Russia, 364-369
Mallock (Mr.) and the Bishop of Nonconformist objections to the Edo

Worcester, 746-755; Free Thought | cation Act, 67-74
in the Church of England, 386-401 ;

a Rejoinder, 905-924
Manchuria and Port Arthur, How OPALS, A Chapter on, 492-498

Russia obtained possession of, Open air and medicated air in
341-363, 521-542

the treatment of disease, 97-104
Mann (Tom), The Political and In. | Oxford University and the Colonies

dustrial Situation in Australia, and the Rhodes and Beit bequests,
475-491

970-984
Marriage customs and home life in

Korea, 42-45
Marriott-Watson (H. B.), The Ameri. | DAINTINGS and sculpture and

can Woman-an Analysis, 433-442 1 other works of art by Sienese
Masai grazing lands and European artists, 756-771
settlers, 375-379

Päivärinta, Minda Canth, and Juhani
Maxwell (Sir Herbert), Sir Robert Aho, Finnish authors, 782-789

Wilson : a Forgotten Adventurer, Palmistry in China, 985-988
796-812

Parliament and politics, 152–172, 319-
Medicated Air : a Suggestion, 97-104 340, 499-520, 686-696, 856-869,
Mercantile marine, Our, and foreign 1038-1039
competition, 189-198

Patmore (Coventry), a Reminiscence
Mercer, Pepys and, 269-285

of, 668-674
Meredith (Mr.) and the marriage con Patriotism and reform in Japan, 28-41
troversy, 870 #

Pearson (Norman), Pepys and Mercer,
Miéville (Sir Walter), My Friend the 269-285
Fellah, 443-450

Peking expedition and Russian in-
Military Situation, Our Pitiable, 1-19 trigues, 341-363, 521-542
Military Training, Compulsory, Com Pepys and Mercer, 269-285

pulsory Education and, 20-27 Personal peculiarities of distinguished
Minor poets, Some, 126-141

men, 622-642
Money values as affected by gold dis Physical Condition of Working-class
coveries, 299-306

Children, 307-311
Morgan (Sampson), The Corcless | Pinnacle of Prosperity, The-a Note
Apple, 966-969

I of Interrogation, 469-474

POL

417

TRA
Political and Industrial Situation in Russia, Japan, and 'the Commence.
Australia, The, 475-491

ment of the Present War with, 173-
Political Woman in Australia, The, 180
105-112

Russia, The Coming Revolution in,
Poor Law, Need for revision of the, 364-369
55-66

Russian Soldier, The, 842-854
Pope, The, and Church Music-a Russo Japanese War, The, 148–151,
Rejoinder, 247-250

161-162, 172-180, 328-329, 339, 341-
Pope, The, and the Novelist : a Reply: 363, 507–508,687-693,859-861, 1037,
to Mr. Richard Bagot, 46-54

1044-1047
Precious or noble opals, 492-498
Presents, their etiquette and their
abuse, 812-318

SCHOOL Kitchens and dinner cou.
Presidential election in the United D pons, 307-311
States, 882–891, 1039-1043

Sermons, The Difficulty of Preaching,
Priestley (Lady), What the French ! 402-417
Doctors saw, 892-904

Sexual distinctions as affecting Ameri.
Proverbs of Lord Dalling and Bulwer, can civilisation, 433-442
262-268

Shogun and samurai of Japan, their
Public Roads, Motor Traffic, and the, patriotic self-effacement, 28-41
723-736

Sienna, The Exhibition of Early Art
Pulpit oratory and its difficulties, 402- ! in, 756-771

Smith (Rev. H. Maynard), Mr. Malloek

and the Bishop of Worcester, 746-
PADIATIONS, Invisible, 88-96 755; Mr. Mallock's reply to, 905-

Ramsden (Hermione), The Lite. 924
rature of Finland, 772-789

Socialist Congress, The International,
Rationalism in the Church of England, 559-570
3864401

Somerset lanes and an old dame's trip
Rattigan (Sir William), Some Indian to London, 227-235
Portraits, 286-298

Strachey (J. St. Loe), The Unionist
Raymond (Walter), The Harvest of Free Traders, 236-246
the Hedgerows, 227-235

Suyematsu (Baron), Japan and the
Rees (J. D.), The Census of India, Commencement of the War with
938-949

Russia, 173-180; How Russia
Reformation, Rome or the, 543-558 Brought on War-a Complete
Reid (Sir Wemyss), Last Month, 152- | History, 341-363, 521-542; Hara.

162, 319-329, 499-509, 686-696, kiri, its Real Significance, 960-
855-866, 1033-1043

965
Remarkable People, Are they Remark. Swedish literature in Finland, 793-

able-looking ?-an Extravaganza, 782

622-642
Reserves for the Navy, 592-595
Revolutionary and Evolutionary | TUBLE-Talk, 790-795
Socialism, and the Amsterdam

Taunton (Rev. Ethelred L.), The
Congress, 559-570

Pope and the Novelist: a Reply to
Rhodes Bequest, The, and University Mr. Richard Bagot, 46-54 ; reply
Federation, 970-984

to, 242-250
Road usage and motor traffic, 723-736 | Tavastjerna, Ahrenberg, and Helen
Roman Catholic church music, 247 Westermarck, Swedo-Finnish

authors, 773-782
Rome or the Reformation, 543-558 Taylor (Benjamin) Shall we restore
Roosevelt's (President) Opportunities, the Navigation Laws ? 418-432
882-891

Taylor (Jeremy) on the Athanasian
Roosevelt's (President) Proposed Con. Creed, 82-83

ference: The Rights and Duties of Theophano, the Crusade of the Tenth
Neutrals, 697-706

Century, by Mr. Frederic Harrison,
Rural Councils and their Building By. reviewed, 571-590
laws, 648-651

Tibet, Mission to, 509, 695
Rural Depopulation, The By-law - Eleuth invasion of, in 1710, 113-
Tyranny and-a Personal Experi-

118
ence, 643-651

Town to Country, The Re-flow from,
Russia, how she brought on War-a! 1023-1082

Complete History, 341-363, 521-542 Tramps and Wanderers, 55-66

250

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Tsar, The, and the revolutionary party : Whitworth (Rev. Prebendary), Free
in Russia, 364-369

Thought in the Church of England,
737-745; Mr, Mallock's reply to;

905-924
TTGANDA Railway, The, and East | Wilson (Sir Robert): a Forgotten
U African colonisation, 370-385

Adventurer, 796-812
Underfed school children, 307-311 Wimborne (Lady), Rome or the Refor.
Unionist Free Traders, The, 236 mation, 543-558
246

Wireless telegraphy in warfare, 148-
University Federation, The Rhodes 151
Bequest and, 970–984

-- and balloon exploration, 260-261
Woman in Chinese Literature, 820-

832
VAGRANTS and the Poor Law, Woman Suffrage in the United States,
V 55-66

The Check to, 833-841
Virgin-Birth, The, 84-87

Women of Korea, The, 42-45
Voluntary enlistment and compulsory | Women voters in Federal Elections in
military training, 20-27

Australia, 105-112
Voluntary schools and the Education | Worcester (Bishop of), Mr. Mallock
Act, 67-74

and the, 746-755; Mr. Mallock's

reply to, 905-924

Workhouses and vagrants, 55-66
W ALKER (H. Kershaw), A Chapter Working-class Children, Physical
W on Opals, 492-498

Condition of, 307-311
Wanderers, Tramps and, 55-66
War, The Present, International Ques.
tions and, 142-151

VIDDISH literature, 652-667
Welldon (Bishop), A Practical View

of the Athanasian Creed, 75–83;
The Difficulty of Preaching Ser.
mons, 402-417

ZIMMERN (Antonia), Invisible
Wheeler (C. B.), Gifts, 312-318 ! U Radiations, 88-96

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