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Agricultural Co-operation, 209,
the future of farming, 301-advan-
tages of co-operation, 302, 310, 316-
result on the Continent, 3034
number of societies in Denmark, ib.
-in Ireland, 304—in England, 306–
308, 313—higher prices, 308_sale
of eggs and milk, 309—advantages
of the motor service, ib.-sale of
inferior manures and feeding stuffs,
311—number of dealers,' 312-
equality of small holders, 313–
amount of sales, 314, 318_number
of acres, 314, note—sales of the
Eastern Counties Farmers' Asso-
ciation, 318-educational methods,
labour, conditions of child.
labour, 205, 35.
Labourers and Land-
lords, 216, 412—Mr Hammond's
book, ib.-French and English
peasantry, ib. area of cultivated
land in 1685, 444
field system, 445 - details of its
working, 446 owners and free.
448-450- causes of its disappear-
ance, 450—enclosure of commons,
rural suffering, 453—rise of wages,
454-456-agrarian riots of 1830,
Agriculture, effect of Free Trade on,
sion, 503, 504-average weekly
earnings of labourers in 1913, 219,
586-summary of recorded sales of
use of motors, 220, 192.
importation of goats, 207, 127.
Agriculture and Fisheries, Board of, ' aerial supremacy, ib.the air
service of France, 558, 560-air-
ships, aeroplanes and kites for
military purposes, 559--the Ger-
man organisation, 560—British,
564—the Naval Wing, 561, 562
utility in reconnaissance, 564-567
--suitable landing-grounds, 566-
action of aircraft against aircraft
Airships and Aeroplanes, 217, 220
experiments of the Jesuit Lana,
tion of a balloon journey, 223—ex-
Mundi,' 221, 273—his tract, 'De ship, ib.-its capabilities and
utility, 225-invention of the aero-
for military purposes, 220,
- love of music, 172--conservatism,
America,' 213, 451.
• Alabama claims,' terms of the settle-
ment, 204, 323.
Alban Hills, The, 218, 330—view of
them from Rome, ib.-geological
development, 331-earliest ceme-
teries, 333-site of the ancient city
of Alba Longa, ib.—constitution
of the Latin League, 334—the great
highways, 335—the Via Appia, 335,
340--the Via Latina, 335, 347–
importance of its geographical
position, 336—the chief resorts of
jurisdiction, 338—increase of the 18-to Colonel Bruce, 19-21—to
with Great Britain, 202, 577.
National Question, 202, 637 et seq.
crete in building cottages, 205,
grievances against the Young Aldworthe, Thomas, founds the Surat
factory, 221, 89, 91.
Commission on Ecclesiastical Dis.
Aleman, Mateo, his 'Life of Guzman
d'Alfarache, 209, 393, 397.
Alençon, Charles, Duc d', his mar.
riage and death, 221, 380.
Travels of Macarius,' extract from,
Alexander II, Czar of Russia, his
emancipation of the serfs, 204, 251
-assassination, 252—his charac-
his marriage to Queen Victoria, 573
III, Emperor of Russia, his
maintenance of the
system, 204, 253-treatment of his
T. J., on Garden Cities, 216,
Alfonso XI, King of Castile, “Libro Amadori-Virgili, G., ‘La Questione
Rumeliota,' 210, 675.
Ali Riza Pasha, Turkish Commander-
Allen, Grant, 'The Woman Who Did,'
America, amount of railroad capital
held by English investors, 207, 248
mission on Coal Supplies, 203, 138.
117-adoption of golf, 119.
Alnwick Castle, 205, 116.
451-general advance, ib.-result
of independence, 452-condition of
the Spanish republics, 453——in-
--use of implements, ib.-early people, ib.-system of administra-
intermarriage with whites, ib.-
gressive improvement, ib.—Mexi.
co, 465–467—Argentina, 467-470-
Chile, 470–474_Peru, 474477–
other republics, 477–Brazil, 478–
481-antagonistic ideals of North
America, Chatham, North, and, States to 1783 in the British
221, 304—result of levying and col. Museum,' 212, 32.
21—'The Days of our Life,' 23.
Aneirin, the Welsh bard, 212, 369.
Angell, Norman, 'Europe's Optical
Illusion,' 213, 324— The Great
Illusion, 217, 202, et seq.
Angellier, A., his ' A l'Amie perdue,'
211, 149—Le Chemin des Saisons,'
150—Dans la Lumière antique,'
151-'Etude sur la Chanson de
tion to “The Matterhorn,' 208, Angelo, Michael, his illustrations to
the Commedia,' 211, 397—bas-
relief of the death of Ugolino, 398.
the society of the Hotel de Ram-
bouillet, 206, 226-marriage, 234.
Anglious, Bartholomew, 'De Pro-
' Anglo-Belgian India-rubber'
Abir' concessionnaire Company,
character of the, 204, 56.
Anglo-Chinese Convention of 1890,
Anglo-Japanese Treaties, 203, 599,
601, 607; 204, 288.
Ireland, 205, 79, 102.
tory of the Universities' Mission 116, 119, 122.
Anglo-Russian agreement of 1907,
Étude Critique sur les Relations Angoulême, Duchess of, her cha-
racteristics, 210, 647-life in exile,
lopment of Hungarian Constitu- Angoulême, Duke of, his appearance
and character, 210, 646.
-hills and rivers, 267—memorials
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