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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. By the Right Hon. Herbert Samuel

676

THE PROBLEM OF THE NEW YORK POLICE. By Sydney Brooks

687

CARISTIANITY IN HINDUISM. By S. M. Mitra

701

THE FIRST ENGLISHMAN NAPOLEON EVER SAW. By Mrs. Hall

718

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: THE CASE FOR ABOLITION. By A. F. Schuster 732

PANAMA: THE DIFFICULTY AND ITS SOLUTION. By J. Ellis Barker

745

A Visit to LONDON IN THE YEAR 1651. By Charles Edward Stewart 763

THE CONFLICT BETWEEN RELIGION AND SCIENCE. By the Rev. A. H. T.

Clarke

783

HUMOURS OF IRISH SERVANTS

. By the Hon. Mrs. Edward Lyttelton 798

BEHIND THE PURDĀ. By Captain Charles Rolleston

811

THE LOST INDUSTRY OF NOVEL-WRITING. By Herbert Flowerders 822

CONVENTS IN ENGLAND: A PLEA FOR STATE INSPECTION. By Elizabeth

Sloan Chesser

830

THE WEST AFRICAN SLAVE TRAFFIO: BRITAN'S DUTY

TOWARDS ANGOLA

AND SAN THOMÉ. By William A. Cadbury and E. D. Morel

836

THE SPIRIT OF NELSON. By Captain Mark Kert

852

PRACTICAL IMPERIALISM. By His Grace the Duke of Westminster

869

NICOLAS OF MONTENEGRO AND THE CZARDOM OF THE SERBS. By Wadham

Peacock

879

A SUBALTERN IN THE BALKANS IN THE WINTER CAMPAIGN OF 1877. Bj

Major-General Sir William G. Knox

889

SYNDICALISM AND SOCIALISM. By J. A. R. Marriott

913

THE CHURCH AND THE MARRIAGE LAW. By D. C. Lathbury

930

BOSWELL'S DUTCH FLIRTATION. By Francis Gribble

942

THE NEGLECTED CHILD IN NEW SOUTH WALES. By Sir Charles Mackellar 953

BRITISH LAND AND BRITISH EMIGRATION. By Sir Gilbert Parker

964

STATE INSPECTION OF CONVENTS: A REPLY TO DR. ELIZABETH SLOAN

CHESSER. By F. B. Kindersley

977

THE ENDOWMENTS OF THE ANCIENT BRITISH CHURCH IN

Roper Lethbridge

985

A GHOST OF THE LIVING. By Wallrid Ward

1001

PRESIDENT TAFT AND THE SOLID SOUTH. By David Lewis Dorroh

1006

RECENT BOOK SALES. By W. Roberts

1030

THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN CHINA. By Lady Blake

1040

RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. By J. C. Medd

1052

THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK AS SEEN BY A BRITISH CANADIAN. By W.

Caldwell

1065

ENGLAND, INDIA, AND THE BALKAN WAR. ' By 8. M. Mitra

1077

THE PROBLEM OF MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.

(1) THE CHURCH AND THE REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION.

By the Right Rev. Bishop Welldon

1085

(2) THE PASSING OF MARRIAGE. By W. 8. Lilly

1103

TAE MANNING OF OUR MERCANTILE MARINE. By Joseph H. Longford 1114

PRIVATE PROPERTY AT SEA IN TIME OF WAR. By the Right Hon. Lord

Avebury

1131

THE OUTLOOK IN THE NEAR EAST.

(1) FOR EL ISLÂM. By Marmaduke Pickthall

1141

(2) THE BALKAN CRISIS IN A NUTSHELL By

J. W. Ozanne 1150

AT A JOURNEY'S END. By Sir Sidney Lee

1155

THE MYSTERY OF EISHAUSEN: A SECRET OF THE BOURBONS. By Mrs.

Aubrey Le Blond

1168

THE DEARTH OF COTTAGES FOR THE RURAL

LABOURER. By Henry

Bentinck

1175

MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THE DBAMA IN JAPAN AND IN ENGLAND.

By

Yoshio Markino

1184

THE FUTURE OF SARAWAK. By

Arnold White

1202

THE LISTENER SPEAKS. By H. M. Wallis

1211

CROMWELL AT DROGHEDA : A REPLY TO MR. J. B. WILLIAMS. By the Rev.

Robert H. Murray

1220

JAMES, MARQUIS OF MONTROSE :

À TERCENTENARY TRIBUTE. Lady

Helen Graham

1242

THE UNIVERSITIES AND THE PUBLIC SERVICE. By Stanley Leather 1260

STATE INSPECTION OF CONVENTS: A REJOINDER By Elizabeth) Sloan

Chesser

1268

THE MESSAGE OF HOPE FOB INDIA. By E. B. Havell

1274

MIGRATION WITHIN THE EMPIRE. By Sir Clement Kinloch-Cooke

1283

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INDEX TO VOL. LXXII

The titles of articles are printed in italics

BUS

AFR
APRICA and the Near East, Railway

Projects in, 558-569
African slavery, Portugal, Great Bri-

tain and, 836-851
Agricultural exodus and land owner.

ship, 964-976
Agricultural schools and farm in-

stitutes, 1052–1064
Agriculture, small holdings and rival

schemes, 421-431, 432-444
American Presidents and Southern

patriotism, 1006-1029
Anglicised Judaism, 491-504
Animals in their Relation to Empire,

600-614
Apparitions of living and dead, 1001-

1005
Argyle and trial of Marquis of Mont-

rose, 1242-1259
Aristophanes and women in Parlia-

ment, 292-318
Armit (H. W.), Vivisection and the

Central Nervous System, 397-411
Army Service and the Recruiting

Difficulty, 505–516
Art, is it a Failure ? 125–136
Art Sales, Recent, 319-328
Athens, Female politicians in, 292-318
Australia, The Outlook from, 1-10
Australia, Treatment of juvenile

otienders in, 953-963
Avebury (Lord), Private Property at

Sea in Time of War, 1131-1140
BALFOUR (Mr.) on Eugenics, 546–
Balkan States and Czardom of Old

Serbia, 879-888
Balkan war, division of spoils, 1150-

1154
Balkan War, England, India, and the,

1077-1084
Balkans, A Subaltern in the, in the

Winter Campaign of 1877, 889-912

Banister case, marriage with deceased

wife's sister, and Church discipline,

930-941
Barker (J. Ellis), Will a Tarif harm

Lancashire ? a Lesson from America,
329-347; Panama i the Difficulty

and its Solution, 745-762
Bates (E. S.), Some Foreigners in

Shakespeare's England, 110-124
Beasts, birds, and forests of India,

danger of their extirpation, 137–148
Benjamin (Lewis S.), The Passing of

the English Jew, 491-504
Bensusan (8. L.), The Unionist Party

and the Small Holdings Act some
Suggestions for a Temporary Alterna.

tive Policy, 432-444
Bentinck (Lord Henry), The Dearth

of Cottages for the Rural Labourer,

1175–1183
Bibliophiles and famous collections,

1030-1039
Blake (Lady), The Position of Women

in China, 1040-1051
Book Sales, Recent, 1030-1039
Borneo, Rajah Brooke, and indepen.

dence of Sarawak, 1202-1210
Boswell's Dutch Flirtation, 942-952
Bourbon princess and the Dunkelgraf

Ludwig, 1168–1174
Brain and nerves, experiments on

animals, 397-411
British Church, Ancient, its tithes and

endowments, 985-1000
British Land and British Emigration,

964-976
British seamen for our merchant ships,

1114-1130
Brooks (Sydney), The Problem of the

New York Police, 687-700
Buonaparte and Capt. Basil Hall at

St. Helena, 718–731
Business and public life, University

preparation for, 1260-1267

D 557

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YADBURY (William A.) and E. D. Cromwell as Drogheda, Fresh Light on,

471-490
Traffic ; Britain's Duty towards An- Cromwell at Drogheda : a Reply to Mr.
gola and San Thomé, 836-851

J. B. Williams, 1220-1241
Caldwell (W.), The Political Outlook Cruelty to animals in India, 600-614

as seen by a British Canadian, 1065– Crystal Palace Handel Festival, 412–
1076

420
Canada and Australia, Emigration to,

an Imperial problem, 1283–1306
Canada, Marriage Law in, The 'Ne

D

ECEASED wife's sister, Marriage
Temere' and the, 570-580

with, law of the Church, 930-941
Canadian view of British politics, Delhi as capital of India, hope for
1065-1076

native arts and handicrafts, 1274-
Capital Punishment, The Case for 1282
Abolition, 732–744

Dental Caries, The Prevalence of, in
Catholic marriages and Canadian law, Modern Civilised Communities, 182-
570-580

197
Cavalry and artillery, registration of Dictionary of National Biography,
horses for, 11-31

retrospect, 1155-1167
Charlton (Hon. Mrs.), Animals in their Dillon (Dr. E. J.), The Dismember.
Relation to Empire, 600-614

ment of China, 645–664
Chesser (Elizabeth Sloan), Convents in Divorce, The Royal Commission on,

England , a Plea for State Inspection, and the Church, 1085-1113
830–835 ; a reply, 977-984 ; a re- Doctors' bills, club practice, and
joinder, 1268-1273

insurance, 149-166
Chesterfield (Lord), Some Unpublished Dorroh (David Lewis), President Taft
Letters of, 277–291, 533-545

and the Solid South, 1006-1029
China, Political Sovereignty in, 44-53 Drama in Japan and in England, My
China, The Dismemberment of, 645-664 Thoughts about the, 1184-1201
China, The Position of Women in, Drogheda, Cromwell at, Fresh Light on,
1040-1051

471-490 ; a reply, 1220-1241
Chinese Reform, Some Aspects of,
615-626

TAR, and other organs, theory of
Christianity in Hinduism, 701-717 V development, 1211-1219
Church, The, and divorce, 1085–1113 Edinburgh Review, The, on Cardinal
Church, The, and the Marriage Law, Newman, 69-87
930-941

Education, Rural and Agricultural,
Citizen army and national defence, 1052–1064

lesson from South Africa, 517-520 Egyptology and scientific excavation,
Clarke (Rev. A. H. T.), The Conflict 382-396

between Religion and Science, 783– Eishausen, The Mystery of: a Secret
797

of the Bourbons, 1168–1174
Cocoa plantations, San Thomé and Emigration from Great Britain, 964-
Angola, Slavery in, 836-851

976
Collings (Jesse), Rival Land Policies : Emperor Mutsu Hito of Japan, 627-644

a Reply to the Marquess of Lincoln- England, India, and the Balkan War,
shire, 88-95

1077-1084
Commonwealth, Life in City of London English Jew, The Passing of the, 491-
during the, 763–782

504
Convents in England i a Plea for State English manners and foreign visitors
Inspection, 830-835

in Elizabethan times, 110-124
Convents, State Inspection of , a reply Englishman, The First, Napoleon ever
to Dr. Elizabeth Sloan Chesser,

saw,

718-731
977-984 ; a rejoinder, 1268–1273 Ensor (R. C. K.), The Practical Case
Corbett-Smith (Captain A.), Some for a Legal Minimum Wage, 264-276

Aspects of Chinese Reform, 615–626 | Eugenics, The Case for and against,
Cottages for the Rural Labourer, The 546-557
Dearth of, 1175-1183

Evolution and transmutation of
Cotton industry and Tariff Reform, species, 783-797
329-347

Excavation, The Morality of, 382–396
Crammond (Edgar), Imperial Defence
and Finance, 221-247

TARM labourers' cottages and the
Criminals and the Criminal Class, Housing Act, 1175-1183
371-381

Federal Government, 676-686

FAR

war

G

FIC

LAN
Fiction-writing, bookselling, and cir- India, The Message of Hope for, 1274-
culating libraries, 822-829

1282
Finland, Women in Parliament in, 167– India, Women of, need of legal and
181

medical advisers for, 811-821
Flowerdew (Herbert), The Lost In- Indian Fauna, The Protection of the,
dustry of Novel-writing, 822-829

137-148
Foreigners in Shakespeare's England, Indian Moslems and the

in
Some, 110-124

Turkey, 1077-1084
Fowler (Robert), 18 Art a Failure ? International law and seizure of private
125-136

property during war, 1131-1140
Franco-German Crisis, The 'Truth' Internationalism, Labour and, 521-532

about the ! e Reply to M. Philippe Ireland, Cromwell, and massacre at
Millet, 32-43

Drogheda, 471-490
Fuller (Sir Bampfylde), India Revisited, Ireland, Over-representation of, in
461-470

Parliament, 445–454
Irish Servants, The Humours of, 798–

810
GERMANY, Japan, and Australia, Irish social conditions and self-help
1-10

665-675
Ghost of the Living, A, 1001-1005
Graham (Lady Helen), James, Marquis
of Montrose : a Tercentenary Tri-

of,
bute, 1242-1259
Greek athletes and Olympic Games, Japanese plays and actors compared
198-205

with English, 1184-1201
Gribble (Francis), Boswell's Dutch Jews, English, The Passing of the, 491-
Flirtation, 942-952

504
Johnston (R. F.), Political Sovereignty

in China, 44-53
ABITUAL criminals, Common- . Johnston (Sir Harry H.), The Protection
sense treatment of, 371-379

of the Indian Fauna, 137-148; Rail-
Hall (B.), Payment by Premium versus way Projects in Africa and the Near
Payment by Fee, 149-166

East, 558-569
Hall (Mrs.), The First Englishman Journey's End, At a, 1155-1167
Napoleon ever saw, 718-731

Judges in India and the shrinking
Handel Festival, The, 412-420

rupee, 455-460
Havell (E. B.), The Message of Hope Juvenile offenders, legislation in
for India, 1274-1282

Australia, 953-963
Heredity, Eugenics, and marriage

restrictions, 546-557
Hibernian humour, 798–810

KERR.(Capt: Mark), The Spirit of
High Courts in India, The, 455-460
Hinduism, Christianity in, 701-717 Kindersley (F. B.), State Inspection of
Hindus and cruelty to animals, 600-614 Convents ; a reply to Dr. Elizabeth
Hogue (Hon. James Alexander), The Sloan Chesser, 977-984
Outlook from Australia, 1-10

King-Emperor's visit to India, and
Holland, Lord Chesterfield's diplomatic Indian progress, 461-470
mission to, 277-291

Kinloch-Cooke (Sir Clement), Migra-
Horse Rule, Redistribution before, 445– tion within the Empire, 1283-1306
454

Knox (Major-Gen. Sir William G.), The
Home Rule, Social Aspects of, 665-675 Old Armour and the New, 248-263;
Horses for War, Our Shortage of : a Sug- A Subaltern in the Balkans in the

gested Scheme for Mobilisation, 11-31 Winter Campaign of 1877, 889-912
Hutton (R. H.), his biography of

Cardinal Newman revised, 69-87
Hyacinthe's (Pere) Marriage, 581-588 ABOUR and Internationalism, 521-

L 532

IMPERIAL Defence and strategic

Lancashire, Will a Tarif harm ? 329-

problems, 206-220
Imperial Defence and Pinance, 221-247
Imperialism, Practical, 869-878
India Revisited, 461-470
India, The High Courts in, 455-460

347
Land ownership and agriculture, rival

schemes, 421-431, 432-444
Land Taxes, The Blight of the r why

they must be repealed, 96-109
Land tenure and small holdings, 88-95

a

LAT

NUN
Lathbury (D. C.), The Church and Mothuen (Field-Marshal Lord), The
the Marriage Law, 930-941

Territorial Forces, 517-520
Leathes (Stanley), The Universities Migration within the Empire, 1283-1306

and the Public Service, 1260-1267 Mikado, Shogun, and progress in Japan,
Le Blond (Mrs. Aubrey), The Mystery 627-644

of Eishausen : a Secret of the Bour. Millet (Philippe) on Morocco, reply to,
bons, 1168-1174

32-43
Lee (Sir Sidney), At a Journey's End, Mitra (S. M.), Christianity in Hinduism,
1155-1167

701-717; England, India, and the
Legal Minimum Wage, The Practical Balkan War, 1077-1084
Case for a, 264-276

Monarchy in China, Teaching of
Lethbridge (Sir Roper), The Endow- Mencius and Confucius, 44-53

ments of the Ancient British Church Montenegro and Czardom of the Serbs,
in Wales, 985-1000

879-888
Lilly (W. S.), Criminals and the Crimi. Montrose (James, Marquis of):

nal Class, 371-381; The Problem of Tercentenary Tribute, 1242-1259
Marriage and Divorce : The Passing Morel (E. D.), The Truth' about the
of Marriage, 1103-1113

Franco-German Crisis , a Reply to
Lincolnshire (Marquess of) on Land M. Philippe Millet, 32-43; The

Policies, replies to, 88–95, 421-431 West African Slave Traffic , Britain's
Lindsay (Prof. James A.), The Case Duty towards Angola and San Thomé,
for and against Eugenics, 546-557

836-851
Listener, The, Speaks, 1211-1219 Morrison-Bell (Major Clive), Redistribu-
Llan Awstin, A Comedy of, sketched tion before Home Rule, 445–454
from life, 348-370

Morocco, Franco-German dispute, and
London in the Year 1651, A Visit to, British diplomacy, 32-43
763-782

Moslems and Christians in Turkish
Longford (Joseph H.), Reminiscences Empire, 1141-1149

of the late Emperor of Japan, 627-644; Moslems of India and the War in
The Manning of our Merchant Ma- Turkey, 1077-1084
rine, 1114-1130

Moyes (Mgr. Canon), Père Hyacinthe's
Loudon (Katharine M.), Some Un- Marriage, 581-588

published Letters of Lord Chesterfield, Murder, Death penalty for, argument
277-291, 533-545

against, 732-744
Lyttelton (Hon. Mrs. Edwd.), Humours Murray (Major Stewart L.), Some
of Irish Servants, 798–810

Strategic Problems of the Empire,

206-220

Murray (Rev. Robert H.), Cromwell

), at Drogheda : a Reply to Mr. J. B.
Neglected Child in New South Williams, 1220-1241
Wales, 953-963
Mahabharata, the Beatitudes, and

Hindu morality, 701-717
Mallock, W. H) Women in Parlia: NAPOLEON, The First Englishman

': at Athens B.C. ,
reproduced from the Greek of Aristo- Naval expenditure of the great Powers,
phanes, 292–318

221-247
Markino (Yoshio), My Thoughts about Near East, The Outlook in the : For

the Drama in Japan and in England, El Islâm, 1141-1149; The Balkan
1184-1201

Crisis in a Nutshell, 1150-1134
Marriage and divorce, The Church and, Nelson, The Spirit of, 852-868
930-941, 1085-1113

Newman (Cardinal), The Edinburgh
Marriage and Divorce, The Problem of : Review on, 69-87

The Church and the Report of the New South Wales, The Neglected Child
Royal Commission, 1085-1102 ; The in, 953-963
Passing of Marriage, 1103-1113 Newton-Robinson (Charles), The Blight
Marriage Law in Canada, The Ne of the Land T'axes i why they must
Temere' and the, 570-580

be repealed, 96-109
Marriott (J. A. R.), Syndicalism and New York Police, The Problem of the,
Socialism, 913-929

687-700
Medd (J. C.), Rural and Agricultural Novel-writing, The Lost Industry of,
Education, 1052–106

822-829
Mercantile Marine, The Manning of Nuns in England and inspection of
our, 1114-1130

convents, 830-836, 977-984

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