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

Creed, 75-83

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

Dicey (Edward), Last Month, 163-172,
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 EAST Africa Protectorate, The.

as a European Colony, 370-355
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-

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 (O.), 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

TAMILY decorum in China as pre.
works in Germany, 606-621
Conscript life in Russia, 842-854

scribed in native classics, 8:20-

832
Conversation, The art of, 790–795
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, 334-339,
Cross, J. W., The Pinnacle of Pro.

502-504, 516-518, 694-695, 856-858,
speritya Note of Interrogation, Fiscal Reform, British Shipping and,

1033-1039
469-474

189-198
Cruisers, scouts, and submarines for
the British Navy, 599-602

Fisher (W.J.), The Liberal Press and
Currie (Lady), Concerning Some of Foxcroft (Frank)," The Check to

the Liberal Party, 199-206
the Enfants Trouvés' of Litera.
ture, 126-141; Are Remarkable

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

States, 833-841
E.travaganza, 622-642

Frank (Helena), The Land of Jargen,

652-667

Free Church property and the judg.
DALLING and Bulwer, Lord (the ment of the House of Lords, 504 -
late), Some Maxims of, 262-268

507, 519

FAMI

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

land, 386-401, 737-745 ; a Rejoin. condition as shown by the Census,
der, 905-924

938-949
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, 1023-1032
Hymns— Ancient and Modern,'

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

INDIA, The Census of, 988-949
German Navy League, The, 1012-

Indian Portraits, Some, 286-298

Industrial Arbitration Acts and labour
1022
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

the
Gibraltar, Story of its capture by Sir

International Questions and
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

Cibber's
Giles (Professor Herbert A.), Woman

Irving (H. B.), Colley
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 JAPAN and the Commencement of
Women of Korea, 42-45

the War with Russia, 179–180
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-

tion in Russia, 364-369 ; The
HALF
ALE (Col. Lonsdale), Our Pitiable

Russian Soldier, 842-854
Military Situation, 1-19
Hara-kiri : its Real Significance,
960-965

,
Hardie (J. Keir), The International Need of the Present Day, 207-226
Socialist Congrc88, 559-570

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

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

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

Last Month, 152-172, 319-340, 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

Harcourt (Sir William), Death of, KoKropotkin (Prince), The Ethical

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Liberal party, The, its policy and ' Morley (John), Vr. Harrison's Hie.

prospects, 155-159, 163-172, 236- torical Romance, 571-500
241, 320, 326-327, 330-334, 338, \ Motor Trafic 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 Peppe's time,
London expansion into rural districts, 269-285
1023-1032

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

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

TATIVE characteristics in India,
Lucy (Henry W.), The Next Liberal

286-298
Ministry, 675-685

Naval Strength, Our, and the Nary

Estimates, 591-605

Navigation Laws, Shall we restore
(ACDONELL (Sir John), Inter. the ? 418-432

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
McNeill (Ronald), Our Bi-C'entenary Nihilists, revolutionary committees,
on the Rock, 181-188

and rulers in Russia, 364369
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, 886-401 ;
a Rejoinder, 905-924
Manchuria and Port , Arthur, How

OPALS, A Chapter on, 492-498
Russia obtained possession of, Open air and medicated air is
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. PAINTINGS and sculpture and

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

Päivärinta, Minna 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 1033-1039
competition, 189-198

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

of, 668-674
Meredith (Mr.) and the marriage con. Patriotism and reform in Japan, 23-41
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
Jorgan (Sampson), The Coreless Pinnacle of Prosperity, The-a Note
Apple, 966-969

of Interrogation, 469-474

PAINTER

TRA

POL
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, 312-318

SCH

CHOOL Kitchens and dinner cou-
Presidential election in the United

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
417

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

and the Bishop of Worcester, 746-
RADIATIONS, 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
386-401

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 Harrest 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 War-a Complete
Reid (Sir Wemyss), Last Month, 152- History, 341-363, 521-542; Hara.

162, 319-320, 499-509, 686-696, kiri, its Real Significance, 960-
855–866, 1033-1043

965
Remarkable People, Are they Remarki. Swedish literature in Finland, 773-
able-looking!

--an Extravaganza, 782
622-642
Reserves for the Navy, 592-595
Revolutionary
and Evolutionary

T-ABLE-Tall:, 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- Westermar ck, Swed o.f'innish
250

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, 643-651

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 1023-1032

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

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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

Wilson (Sir Robert): a Forgotten
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
AGRANTS and the Poor Law, Woman Suffrage in the United States,
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
TALKER (H.

Children,
on Opals,

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

),
of the Athanasian_Creed, 75–83 ;
The Difficulty of Preaching Ser-
mons, 402-417

ZIMMERN (Antonia), Invisible
Wheeler (C. B.), Gifts, 312-318

Zi Radiatione, 88-96

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