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difficulties in the adoption of the France, The Rural Prosperity of, gold standard, 413_coalition 227, 314-330. ministry formed, 555, 564-pro

-, result of the proclamation of the gress of the war, 598.

Regency of Tunisia, 227, 372-reFrance, result of the revolution, 224, lations with Italy, 375—work of 82—the manufacture of motors for

the navy, 470 473—relations of military service, 178-military

the Church with Pope Pius X, 484. expenditure, 193—amount of the -, some Economic Lessons of the public debt, 194-gold reserve, ib. war, 228, 77—coal and iron mines, -value of foreign investments, 84—under German control, 86— 195—loss of production, 196— barrier fortresses, 89_internal destruction of property caused by reforms, 90, 93-95—in Champagne, the Germans, ib.-effect on foreign 253—number of prisoners captured, trade, 197—treatment of enemy ib.--alternation of the attacks aliens, 424.

with the British, 256—Coup d'Etat system of 'citations,' 225, 156

of the Second of December, 290. military operations on the result of the Napoleonic wars, Western front, 174, 555-563; 229,80—system of Credit Socieites, 226, 236–238; 227, 246–249, 570- 152-military operations in Italy, 575, 590; 228, 250-262, 529-535; 281, 283—position of the Church, 229, 269–276, 561-566; 230, 236- 345, 354_downfall of the ancient 246, 504-519; 231, 256–261 ; 234, nobility, 406—reconstruction in 369-372—character of philosophic

1919..412. speculation, 225, 294.

ideal, 230, 134-revolution, German Business Methods 295. in, before the War, 225, 383– Germany's Debt to, 231, 399.

26-48. position between the Mouse and restoration of Alsace-Lorraine, the Woovre, 225, 560.

231, 169, 181; 232, 246–249 system of tactics, 226, 237

acquisition of Alsace, 231, 173– note-battle of the Somme, 243–

Lorraine, 174–The Three Bisinfluence in Rumania, 388,390,

hoprics, ib.-character of her 408 — in Palestine, 417–419

administration, 176-cession of trade with, 420-Foreign Office,

territory, 177. system of permits, 482_Commis- Queen Victoria and, 232, sion des Archives Diplomatiques,

1-15. 483-485.

railway nationalisation, 232, result of war on the race, 227, 154, 160, 174—Saar coal-field, 247 22-24-number of schools in -devastation caused by the war, Turkey, 158-agricultural policy, 259—shipping losses, 473, 476— 180, 196–199—provision of ma

note circulation 497-Public Debt, chinery, 180—supply of ferti. 499. lisers, 182—facilities of railway , negotiations with China, 233, transport, ib.-work of Credit 10—co-operation with Belgium, Societies, 183—use of agricultural 16—lease of Kwang-chou Wan, 19 motors, 196.

system of army education, 30,

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40_Levant Company, founded, France, Anatole, 239, 141-160. 335—invasion of, 417–cost of Franchise, extension of the, 235, 178. the 1870 war, 439.

Francis, Joseph, Emperor, 235, France after the War : M. Clem

60-67. enceau and M. Deschanel, 233,

interview with King Ed. 470–483.

ward VII, 239, 3. responsibility for the war, 234,

II, Emperor, Coronation, 225, 304.

503. ratifies treaty with Germany, Franco-British Expeditionary force 235, 2—share in the Bagdad Rail.

attack on the Dardanelles, 224, way, 312, 314-lunetiers,' 431.

279–282–difficulty of landing democratic republic, 236, 132, troops, 280. 135 — administration of the

Treaty of 1904..241, 168. Criminal law, 143—question of

Franco-German War, 223, 46, 232, Alsace-Lorraine, 210, 214.

279, 410; 224, 386 ; 226, 185, 188; military expedition against 232, 10, 490-casualties, 224, 151, Fashoda, 237, 40-submarine ton

158. nage, 186 note—refusal to restrict, ib.

The Origins of the,

227, 389–400. relations with Germany, 238, 165, 173—reluctance to reduce Franco, Matteo, sonnets, 223, 28 note. armaments, 174/opinion of Ger- Franco-Polish Agreement, 235, 394.

Franco-Russian alliance, 233, 10 note, number of newspapers, 239, 84

11. -treaty with Turkey, 175— Frankau, Gilbert, 'The City of Fear, military strength, 237.

230, 387. number of service air Frankfort Bureau, organisation, 230 machines, 240, 75, 77-coal, 108— 81. ' Military Service Law,' 158- Treaty of, 231, 179. Affaire Caillaux,' 159—result of

Frankfurter Zeitung,' extract from, the occupation of the Ruhr, 315,

224, 457. 318—number of motor-cars, 323.

Frankland, Prof., paper the number of agricultural workers, Chemical Industries of Germany, 241, 41—foreign policy, 168, 171,

224, 524. 172-claim to the Rhine, 382, 390 -treaties of guarantee, 386, 389,

Franklin, Benjamin, extract from 296--period of occupation, 391

the Life of, 231, 193-meeting with 393—relations with Germany, 449

Williams, 278. --demand for security against Franqueville, Comte de, 'Le Systeme German aggression, 450.

Judiciaire de la Grande Bretagne,'

230, 342. , system of family allowance scheme, 242, 79.

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke, 235, Anatole, 'L'Ile des Pingonius,'

67–78. 229, 46% Le Lys Rouge,' 232, 327 Fraser, J. F., Canada as it is,' 225, --strain of dilettantism, 331.

14 note,

many, 175.

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Frazer, Sir James G., 'Pausanias,' | Free Trade, controversy on, 225, 320

223, 331—completion of his work --result, 321.
* The Golden Bough,' 464; 225,
240; 240, 298, 307; 241, 288

policy, 226, 514. -description of primitive man,

doctrine, 240, 431-434. 223, 466—characteristics, ib.-on

Freedom, ideal of Socialism, 237, 279 the omnipresence of demons, 467

-definition, 287. fallacy of the stratification theory, 468~-views on the value of civilisa- Freeman, E. A., 'Norman Conquest, tion, 469—method of investiga- 225, 418 note, 420 moter' Growth tion, 470—mistakes in his state. of the English Constitution,' 439. ment of facts, 470-474

number of theories, 474-ritual and myth,

John, “The English Poems 475-magic and religion, 476

478

of Maurice Hewlett,' 236, 112—-views on the genesis of gods,

* The Work of Walter de la Mare,' 478-480 on the evolution of an

238, 32— 'Coventry Patmore,' 240, anthropomorphic god from

123. divine animal or plant, 480—socio- Prof., The Historical Geological theories, 481-484—' mother

graphy of Europe,' 242, 334kin,' .482—Essays of Joseph

pamphlet on Hunting, 347 note. Addison,' 225, 240 - ‘Folk-Lore in the Old Testament, 231, Freemasonry, Illuminised, 237, 86. 446 et seq.—Roman Life in the Freiburg, University buildings, 223, Time of Pliny the Younger,' 236, 328. 292-' London Life in the Time of Addison,' 237, 18.

Freights, price of, 232, 479. Frederick the Great, ruthless methods, Fremantle, S. H., “Report on the 224, 75m-character of his policy,

Supply of Labour in the United 230, 280, 286,295, 298 Anti

Provinces and in Bengal,' 227, 297. Machiavel,' 285_relations with French, the, evacuate Cilicia, 242, Catherine II, 294.

336. Emperor of Germany, appear

Architecture, A History of, ance, 239, 227-introduction to 236, 366-380. Lord Ernle, 228–Imperial aspira- French-Canadians, attitude to the tions, 230.

Empire, 227, 457-459. , Empress of Germany, games of lawn-tennis, 239, 228.

French Drama of Manners, The,

237, 323–353. VII, King of Denmark, decree on Schleswig, 227,395—death, 395,

fleet, in the Mediterranean, 227, 396.

470-473. William I, King of Prussia, Foreign Policy since 1789.. foreign policy, 241, 195.

239, 271-289. William IV, King of Prussia, G. R., 'Shakspeareana Genoa. saying of, 223, 52.

logica,' 236, 229 note. Free Farmer in a Free State,' Idealism and the War, 224, extract from, 225, 18 note, 33. 379-394.

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French, Viscount, despatch from, 223, Fryer, John, ‘New Account of East 99 note.

India and Persia,' 236, 80, 83. Lord, “1914'..232, 352–363 ; Fujiwara, S., “On the abnormal pro234, 250.

pagation of sound wave in the tribute to the Royal atmosphere,' 226, 225. Flying Corps, 237, 129. Novel, The, 232, 318-332.

Fuller, B. A. G., "The Problem of

Evil in Plotinus,' 231, 480. ,, Republic, the second, 234, 222. Revolution, 231, 28; 236, 73,

Thomas, ' The Holy State,' 241,

338. 207 ; 237, 90. Frere, W. H., 'Some Links in the Fullerton, Morton, French Chain of Russian Church History,'

Idealism and the War,' 224, 379– 231, 112.

'Problems of Power,' 385, 388

“The American Crisis and the War,' Freud, Dr, originator of psycho

227, 288— France after the War : analysis, 238, 258, 260.

M. Clemenceau and M. Deschanel,' Friedjung, Herr, ‘Der Kampf für

233, 470. die Vorherrschaft in Deutschland,' 227, 394 note.

Furniss, H. S., The Industrial OutFriedland, battle of, 225, 508.

look,' edited by, 229, 414. Frost, Dr J., ' Agrarverfassung und Furnival Barony, case of, 224, 55,

Landwirtschaft,' extract from, 225, 68. 30.

Furnivall, F. J., ‘Shakespeare's Life Froude, J. A., ‘History of England,'

and Work, 236, 229, 241. 225, 424 note-Life of Carlyle,' 237, 381.

Futurist painting, 234, 375, 386.

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Gabriel, Ange-Jacques, architect of Gama, Vasco da, voyage round the

the Place de la Concorde, 236, 375 Cape of Good Hope, 241, 63. --the Ecole Militaire, 376.

Gambier, Admiral, First Sea Lord, Gaelic Athletic Association, 226, 254. 223, 205. Gaillard, Gaston, 'Les Juris

Gamble, J., Immortality and Chris

et l'Europa,' 239, 161.

tian Belief,' 227, 1.

Gambling, habit of, 239, 62. Gale, Norman, “A Creed,' 241, 288.

Game Birds and Wild Fowl, 241, Thomas, treatment of gunshot

9-22. wounds, 226, 467.

Games, sportsmanship in, 242, 350– Galen, work on medical science, 240,

danger of specialisation, 357-359. 299.

Gandhi, champion of Indian nationGalian, A. A., “La verdad sobre la

alism, 236, 53-result of his policy, guerra,' 228, 175.

54, 56/scheme of non-co-operaGalicia, military operations, 223,

tion, 57-61-arrested, 238, 130, 589-593; 224, 266-268, 286 ;

132-Swaraj propaganda, 130. 228, 270, 540, 547.

Ganges Canal, opening of the, 226,

346. -, literary language, 239, 324 union with Ukraina, 333.

Gantt, H. L., Work, Wages and

Profits,' 229, 110. Galitzin, Prince, work on seismology, 241, 94-death, 95.

Gard, Roger Martin du, Jean

Barois,' extract from, 227, 487. Princess Serge, friendship with Lord Granville, 225, 507.

Garda, Lake of, its associations with

Catullus, 223, 29—characteristics, Gallipoli, campaign, 227, 524 ; 234,

31-storms, 36–39—rapidity of 257.

atmospheric changes, 37-39. Galsworthy, John, character of his Gardiner, A. G., “Life of Sir w. writing, 241, 46.

Harcourt, 241, 349. Galton, Rev. Arthur, 'Guerre et Re

Mr, on the embargo on the ligion,' translated by, 227, 477

export of munitions, 226, 200. Church and State in France,' ex. Gardnor, J., member of the Literary tract from, 229, 354.

Club, 231, 285.

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