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surrenders to the Turks, 422—pre- appropriation of Church property, sented with Thebes, 423-mur. 180—his estimate of Mounier and dered, 425.
Mirabeau, 182 — on the downfall Acciajuoli, Nerio, his invasion of of the monarchy, 183—his tribute Athens, 206, 122-master of the
to the work of M. Aulard, 184— Castle of Setines,' 207, 403-cha- opinion of Danton, 186—the fall racter of his rule, ib.—his daugh
of the Girondins, 187—depiction of ters, 404—act of treachery, ib.-
Robespierre, 188. imprisoned, -405_amount of his Acton, Lord, his essay on Cavour, 216, ransom, ib.-obtains the title of 377, 393_relations with Newman, Duke of Athens, 406—his death, 473- on the belief of Catholics, 407—will, ib.-dissensions of his 217, 17. sons-in-law, 408.
Actors, their influence on plays, 219, Nerio II, Duke of Athens,
85. character of his rule, 207, 417—his Adam, Charles, 'Vie et Euvres de death, 420.
Descartes,' 219, 48 et seq. Accidents, Bill for compensation for, Madame, 'Après l'Abandon 205, 291.
de la Revanche, 215, 363-368— Acland, A. H. D., introduction to
her salon, 363—characteristics, ib. The State and Old Age Pensions,
-style of her writing, 364-her 150.
revelation of Gambetta's real cha
racter, 364. Acre, bombardment of, 207, 577.
M. Paul, 'Vues d'Amérique,' Acta Sanctorum, publication of, 211, 370. 221, 12.
Adamklissi, the trophy of, 204, 130. Acton, Lord, 'Cambridge Modern Adams, Sir F. O., and O. D. CunHistory' planned by, 202, 97—his
ningham, The Swiss Confederareview of Dr Creighton's work on tion,' 212, 187, note, 191—on the the Papacy, 480— The History
army system, 204. of Freedom and other Essays,' 210, Addams, Jane, head of the Hull 527-contributor to the Quarterly House Settlement, 221, 230. Review,' 211, 322—extract from his article on liberty, 322.
Addington, Lord, his graduated
income tax, 206, 332. his Historical Work, 215, 166-characteristics, ib.--lite- Addington-Bruce, H., his translation
of The United States in the rary work, 167, 182—capacity for the arrangement of knowledge, 168
Twentieth Century,' 207, 28. -historical criticisms, 1694-lite-Addison, Joseph, Life of, 208, 94— rary judgments, 170-compared
dedication of his Travels' to Dr with Treitschke, ib.-metaphysical
Swift, 218, 56. interest in history, 171-pupil of Adenet le Roi: The End of a LitDöllinger, ib.—his theologicalstand. erary Era, 218, 413—his unique point, 172-176—lectures on the position, 414-four poems, 414, 416 French Revolution, 176–189–in- -patrons, 415, 416—title of 'le compatibility of liberty and equal- Roi,' 415—Les Enfances Ogier,' ity, 177-treatment of Church 417–419— Berte aus grans piés,' questions, 178-praise of Abbé 419-422-Beuves de Commarchis,' Sieyès, 179-causes for the State 422-Siège de Barbastre,' ib.
• Cléomades,' 423-426 — his geo- Aflalo, F. G., The Genius of the graphical knowledge, 427-charac- River,' 213, 80. teristics, 428—realistio word-pio- Africa, table of nominal and market tures, 429-431.
value of British investments, 207, Adiabatic,' reaction, or explosion
250, 257, 265— demands of the wave, 214, 420.
natives for independence, 212, 141 Advertisements, system of, 214, 166.
-need for game reserves, 214, 334 See Trust, the National.
-the forest area, 219, 456-amount
of timber imported and exported, Advisory Aeronautical Committee,
457. experiments, 217, 223.
Central, the work of missionCouncil of Empire, proposal of
aries, 221, 238. an, 215, 271, 273-rejection, 271.
East, the timber supply, 219, Aebrenthal, Baron, his foreign policy, 456. 210, 667; 221, 437—his methods as
North, the timber supply, 219, Foreign Minister, 218, 291.
456. Aeroplanes and Airships, 217, 220
South, result of the Boer war, -invention of the aeroplane, 226–
202, 280; 211, 214; 216, 224. wing-control for balance, 227-irregularity of the velocity of the
and Lord Milner, 203, wind, ib. dividing planes, 228
277. See Milner. problem of flight, 229-analogy of
causes of the Boer war, the imp, 230, 232-the wings and 204, 291–293—Chinese labour quespropeller, 230—size of wings in tion, 585. racing aeroplanes, 231-the shape, ib.-wide span of the lifting sur
and the Government, face, 232—the ' aspect ratio,' 233—
204, 375. See Government. a biplane, 234_solution of the
histories of the war in, principle of balancing, 234-237— 205, 143. adoption of the inward-sloping
result of the grant of selfposition, 237—tendency to centri. fugal movement, 238-effect of
government, 209, 256grievances
of the 'retrenched? British offirudder-action, 239--use of warp
cials, 257–Chinese labour, 258. ing and ruddering, 240—a sideslip, ib._use of the fin or Vee,
Some Impressions 241-244-adoption of a vane, 245– from, 209, 432—relations between employment of a subsidiary plane, the two races, 432-435divergence ib. starting and landing, 246— of native policy in the states, 435— skids and wheels, 247.
Cape Colony, ib.-history of the for military purposes, 220,
Transvaal, 436—the Outlanders,
ib.-Lord Milner's policy of recon. 559.
struction, 437–introduction of the Afforestation, efforts to stimulate,
Chinese, ib.--antagonism between 214, 92. See Woods.
capital and labour, 438_result of Afghanistan, Abdurrahman installed the Het Volk alliance, 439–441–
Amir, 202, 337-his views of the Boers, Africanders and Hollanders, Russian occupation of Panjdeh, 441-changes made by the capital. 338.
ists, 442—ascendancy of the Dutch,
442-445—frontier problems, 446_Agha Khan, H. H., his views on relations with the mother-country, education, 204, 569. ib.
Agricultural Co-operation, 209, Africa, South, effect of the war on 299—influence of politicians, 300Germany, 592.
the future of farming, 301—advanUnion in, 210, 712--the
tages of co-operation, 302, 310, 316Durban Convention, ib.—its result,
318-result on the Continent, 303– 713_after the war, 714the grant
number of societies in Denmark, ib. of self-government, 715–economic
--in Ireland, 304—in England, 306– revival, 716_tendencies to union,
308, 313-higher prices, 308_sale ib.--the Transvaal delegation, 717
of eggs and milk, 309—advantages -the new Constitution, 718 et seq.
of the motor service, ib. --sale of -comparisons with other colonies,
inferior manures and feeding stuffs, 719_the Senate, 721---and House
311_number of 'dealers,' 312of Assembly, 722—the capital, 713
equality of small holders, 313— -native franchise, ib.—the native amount of sales, 314, 318—number protectorates, 724—the problem of
of acres, 314, note-sales of the finance, 725-appeals to the Privy
Eastern Counties Farmers' AssoCouncil, 726-grounds of oppo
ciation, 318_educational methods, sition, 727-antagonists united, 728
319. --future effects, 729.
Holdings Act, 206,
294. the Draft Act of Union, 210, 730.
labour, conditions of childnumbe of Parliaments,
labour, 205, 35. 213, 236-cost of the war, 313; 216,
Labourers and Land229; 221, 519-522.
lords, 216, 412—Mr Hammond's contributions to Imperial
book, ib.-French and English defence, 215, 267.
peasantry, ib. .-area of cultivated
land in 1685, 444 proposed scheme of
field system, 445 details of its national defence, 216, 239.
working, 446 owners and free. population, 217, 294– holders, 447-defects of the system, cost of defences, ib.-character
448-450—causes of its disappear. of cricket, 502—development of
ance, 450—enclosure of commons, ‘googlie' bowling, 503-result of 451—Bridgewater Marsh, 452 self-government, 585.
rural suffering, 453—rise of wages,
454-456_agrarian riots of 1830, the forest area, 219, 457–
456-tithes, 457. amount of timber imported, ib.
Agriculture, effect of Free Trade on, Naturalisation Act, 220, 202, 260-progress and develop16 ---self-governing colonies of, ment, 218, 498_times of depres. growth of population, 539.
sion, 503, 504-average weekly
earnings of labourers in 1913, 219, war in, 221, 425.
586—summary of recorded sales of West, amount of timber ex
land, ib.-want of capital, 588ported, 219, 457.
use of motors, 220, 192. Against Home Rule : The Case for Board of, attitude on the the Union,' 217, 266,
importation of goats, 207, 127.
Agriculture and Fisheries, Board of, aerial supremacy, ib.--the air
' 221, 61—its functions, 62.
service of France, 558, 560-airhistory of, in Scotland, 215,
ships, aeroplanes and kites for 406.
military purposes, 559-the German organisation, 560—British,
, School of, at Cambridge, 204, 561--the Military Wing, 561, 562507, 523.
564—the Naval Wing, 561, 562— Ailesbury, Memoirs of the Earl of,'
utility in reconnaissance, 564-567 203, 549. See James II.
suitable landing-grounds, 566—
action of aircraft against aircraft - Lady, her marriage, 203, in the air, 567-against troops on
550—imprisonment in the Tower, the ground, 568. 566—birth of a daughter, 568– Airships and Aeroplanes, 217, 220 death, ib.
-experiments of the Jesuit Lana, Lady, her friendship with Lady 221-use of hydrogen, 222-duraLouisa Stuart, 209, 203.
tion of a balloon journey, 223-exAilly, Cardinal Pierre d', the “Imago periments on the shape of an air
Mundi,' 221, 273—his tract, 'De ship, ib.-its capabilities and Legibus et Sectis, ib,
utility, 225—invention of the aeroAin Sitti Mariam or Virgin's spring,
plane, 226. 212, 79.
for military purposes, 220,
559. Ainger, Canon, 202, 169-his lofty
religious standard, ib.-character of Airy, Sir George, Astronomer Royal, his mouth, 170_gift of moral criti. 221, 184m his opinion of Sir David cism, 170, 187—his choice of a pro
Gill, ib. fession, 171-unchangeableness, ib. Aisne, battle of the, 221, 559.
- love of music, 172–-conservatism, 173—appearance, ib.—his genius Aitken, G. A., ‘Matthew Prior,' 218, for acting, 174-readings in public
92. and in private, 175, 190-Reader at Aix-la-Chapelle, Peace of, 209, 329. the Temple, 176-charities, 177- Akers, C. E., 'A History of South his wit, 177-179-characteristics,
America, 213, 451. 179—-power over quotations, ib.his verses, 180, 183–187—friend- Alabama claims,' terms of the settleship with Du Maurier, 181-his
ment, 204, 323. genius for friendship, 182–death Alba Longa, site of the ancient city, of his sister, ib.—of his friend 218, 333. Mrs Haslehurst, 183_lectures on
Alban Hills, The, 218, 330-_-view of Shakespeare, 188-190-his trans
them from Rome, ib.-geological lations, 191—friendships in literature, ib.-biography of Lamb, 192
development, 331-earliest cemehis sermons, ib.-religious views,
teries, 333-site of the ancient city 193–195-spiritual humility, 195—
of Alba Longa, ib.--constitution charm as a preacher, ib.
of the Latin League, 334—the great on Charles Lamb, 204, 175.
highways, 335—the Via Appia, 335,
340—the Via Latina, 335, 347– Air Service, Naval, development of,
importance of its geographical 219, 503.
position, 336—the chief resorts of Aircraft in, War, 220,558--the term wealthy Romans, 337-episcopal
, 203, 130–
jurisdiction, 338—increase of the 18-to Colonel Bruce, 19-21-to power of the Barons, 339—the
his son, 22-result of his marriage, power and wealth of the Papacy, 218, 202. ib.--cultivation of the vine and olive trees, 340—the site of Bovil- Albright, V. E., “A Typical Shakelae, ib.—town of Albano, 341—
sperean Stage, 208, 471. Ariccia, 342—Castel Gandolfo, 342, Albuera, battle of, 219, 21. 352—temple of Diana, 342—Nemi, 343_Valle Vivaro, 343, 347–
Alcock, R. J., on preferential trade
with Great Britain, 202, 577. Punta di Leano, 343-city of Lanuvium and the temple of Juno Alcohol, use of, for motor fuel, 220, Sospes, 344—Civita Lavinia, ib. 184. Sub Lanuvio, 345—Velletri, ib.Maschio d'Ariano, 346–Lago della Alden, Percy, "The Unemployed :
National Question,' 202, 637 et seq. Doganella and Castle of Piombinara, 347—village of Rocca Priora Raymond M., 'The Knight or Perjura, ib.Labici, Monte of the Burning Pestle,' edited by, Porzio Catone, 348—Frascati, ib.- 220, 32 hill of Tusculum, 349–351.--abbey Aldwinchle, Mr, on the use of conof Grottaferrata, 351--Marino, 352.
crete in building cottages, 205,
483. grievances against the Young Aldworthe, Thomas, founds the Surat Turks, 216, 209-revolutions, 210 -concessions of the Committee,
factory, 221, 89, 91. 212—the problem of, 218, 287– Aldwyn, Lord St, chairman of the difficulties of autonomy, 288, note,
Commission on Ecclesiastical Dis. prospects of unity amongst the cipline, 205, 243. tribes, 289—creation of an inde.
Aleman, Mateo, his ' Life of Guzman pendent State, 571-character of
d'Alfarache,' 209, 393, 397. the inhabitants, ib.--the work of consolidation, 572.
Alençon, Charles, Duc d', his marAlbanians, number, 210, 249---decla
riage and death, 221, 380. ration of rights, ib.--their cha. Aleppo, Archdeacon Paul of, “The racteristics, 676-nationality and Travels of Macarius,' extract from, language, 677, 688.
219, 140. • St Albans, Book of, 209, 355.
Alexander II, Czar of Russia, his Albano, town of, 218, 341.
emancipation of the serfs, 204, 251
---assassination, 252-his characAlbert, H.R.H. Prince, 207, 571- ter, 219, 469, 470.
his marriage to Queen Victoria, 573 -difficulties of his position, ib.
III, Emperor of Russia, his
maintenance of the autocratic his influence on foreign affairs, 594 his draft of a letter on the case
system, 204, 253—treatment of his of the “Trent,' 596–death, ib.
ministers, ib. elected a Bencher of the Inns of
T. J., on Garden Cities, 216, Court, 209, 385—his character.
503. istics, 213, 6-system of educa- Alexandra, Queen, her interest in the tion for King Edward, 16-his light-treatment of disease, 204, letter to the Dean of Christ Church, 138.