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The FINANCE OF IRISH GOVERNMENT : A RETROSPECT AND A PROSPECT.

By the Right Hon. Lord MacDonnell of Swinford

The National GALLERY: ITS PROBLEMS, RESOURCES, AND ADMINISTRA-

TION. By D. S. MacColl

OUR PERSIAN POLICY. By Philip Morrell

THE CHANGES IN INDIA. "By Sir Andrew Fraser

How King GEORGE COULD WIN THE HEARTS OF THE HINDOOS. By

Suami Baba Bharati

Tuz SOLUTION OF THE MYSTERY OF BIRD FLIGHT. By George L. o.

Davidson

Tur WORKING CLASSES AND A NATIONAL ARMY. By Major-General H. B.

Jeffreys

Is M. MAETERLINCK CRITICALLY ESTIMATED ? By the Abbė Ernest

Dimnet

THz IMPERIAL EMIGRANT AND HIS POLITICAL RELIGION. By Arthur

Haukes

The PassinG OF THE OXFORD MOVEMENT. By the Rev. A. H. T. Clarke

FIFTY YEARS OF ITALIAN INDEPENDENCE: FROM NAPLES TO TRIPOLI.

By H. Nelson Gay

THE CHURCH AND CELIBACY. By Mrs. Huth Jackson

Rreal DEPOPULATION IN ENGLAND DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.

By Percy M. Roxby

THE AFTERMATH OF AGADIR : SUGGESTIONS FOR A SETTLEMENT OF TERRI-

TORIAL AMBITIONS. By Sir Harry H. Johnston

RECENT Changes IN ADMIRALTY ORGANISATION. By sir William H.

White

ELEVEN YEARS OF FOREIGN POLICY. By

c. s. Goldman

Tuz TecE STORY OF THE MOROCCO NEGOTIATIONS. By E. D. Morel :

JUSTICE TO IRELAND. By Ian Malcolm

Is Home RULE FOR THE GOOD OF IRELAND ? By P. Anderson Graham

CHARLES DICKENS : FEBRUARY 7TH, 1812–1912. By Darrell Figgis

A Year of Post-IMPRESSIONISM. By D. S. MacColl

“THE CHURCH AND CELIBACY': REPLIES TO MRS. HUTH JACKSON.

(1) By the Rev. H. R. Gamble

(2) By G. G. Coulton.

SouE BRITISH East AFRICAN PROBLEMS. By Sir Henry Seton-Karr

AISCHRO-LATREIA—THE CULT OF THE FOUL. By Frederic Harrison

Tue Passing of THE OXFORD MOVEMENT (concluded). By the Rev.

A. H. T. Clarke .

Mrs. JOHN STUART MILL: A VINDICATION BY HER GRANDDAUG

By

Mary Taylor

The Legal Position of WOMEN IN NORWAY. By J. Castberg
Tue Coal Crisis. By W. H. Renwick
A NEW IMPERIAL PREFERENCE SCHEME. By Commander Cariyon
HOLDING A NATION TO RANSOM. Harold Cox
England's ECONOMO POSITION AND HER FINANCIAL RELATIONS WITH

SCOTLAND AND IRELAND. By Edgar Crammond

Tue Naval CASE

FOR RATIFYING

THE DECLARATION OF LONDON. Bj

Admiral Sir Reginald Custance .

CARDIS AL NEWMAN AND THE CATHOLIC LAITY. By W.

s.

Lilly

LA CITTÀ ETERNA: A REMINISCENCE OF THE 'SEVENTIES. By Lady Paget

A. "Littlee' ENGLAND ? By L. G. Chiozza Money

TEL PORTUGUESE COLONIES. By Sir Harry H. Johnston

INHERITANCE OF ACQUIRED CHARACTERS. By Prince Kropotkin

TER FUTTRE OF THE OXFORD MOVEMENT. By the Rev. É. G. Selwyn :

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CGLINESS,' 'BEAUTY,' AND MR. FREDERIC HARRISON. By D. S.

TASTED; A MINISTRY OF FINE ARTS. By' Gertrude Kingston

OCE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THEIR INFLUENCES. By Sir Godfrey Lagden

The Passing of THE CHAPERON. By the Hon. Mrs. Wilson

English RADICALS AND FOBEIGN POLITICS. By D. C. Lathbury

Womas SUFFRAGE AND THE LIBERAL PARTY. By Charles E. Mallet.

THE COAL STRIKE- AND AFTER. By George Blake Walker

WE ARE THE GOVERNMENT NOW. By Sir Henry Seton-Karr

DIPLOMACY AND PARLIAMENT. By Noel Buxton

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