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immense and lamentable gap, and to recover the trad tion's broken thread. Rossetti and his group, for whor Blake in his turn was a prophet, make another splendi effort to take up the interrupted story and bring bac imagination to the arts of their country. But it i always a difficult fight; strife absorbs energy that shoul flow into creation. For this is the disabling circum stance: the arts have been divorced from the imaginativ life. It is not that gift has been lacking. Any one wh studies English painting in the 19th century must b struck by the abundance of fine talent-sensitive ey and dexterous hand-put to the service of an almos inconceivable triviality. The imaginative life of the century is scarcely hinted at; it is as if it did not exist We must accuse the patron more than the artist.

Broken, obscured, beset by fatality and all kinds o untimeliness, the English tradition in the arts has been But the capacity for expression in the arts has neve died out. To recall and revive works of beauty made by our countrymen; to make known what fine tradition have been interrupted and neglected; to correct the preva lent ignorance and incredulity; this is the honourabl task which the Walpole Society has undertaken. It i relevant also to the art of our own time. For the artis by instinct looks both before and after; he needs th support of previous achievement in working for th future, and he needs the faith of his countrymen i the national genius.



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Bradford, William, History of Ply- Condorcet, Marquis de, 'Sketch a

mouth Plantation,' 260, 267.
Brest-Litovsk, negotiations, 369.
British Museum, Greek Portraits
in the, 22-40.

Brown, A. R., on three tribes of
Western Australia, 167, 170.
Brownrigg, Rear-Adm. Sir Douglas,
'Indiscretions of the Naval Censor,'


Buckle, George Earle, 'The Life of
Lord Beaconsfield,' 1.

Buckmaster, Sir Stanley, Director of
the Press Bureau, 139.

Bülow, Prince, work on German
Policy, 339.

Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, character
of his pictures, 381, 385.
Bury, Prof. J. B., 'The Idea of Pro-
gress,' 101, 116.

Historical Picture of the Progr
of the Human Mind,' 115.
Congregational Church, 265, 275.
Constable, John, character of
pictures, 383.

Consumers' Council, 298.
Conway, Prof. R. S., 'The Place
Dido in History,' 73.

Cook, Sir Edward, 'The Press
War Time,' 132-Joint Director
the Press Bureau, 139.

Corbett, Sir Julian S., 'History
the Great War,' 119.

Cripple Children, Schools for, 158.
Cubism, 375, 384.

Czernin, Count Ottokar, 'In
World War,' 357.

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'Danubian Federation,' 216-218.
Dardanelles Commission, 252.
Delane, J. T., editor of The Times,'
Delvaille, Jules, Essai sur l'Histoi
de l'Idee de Progrès,' 101.
Democratic Federation founded, 328
Descartes, Réné, 'Discourse 0
Method,' 110.

Devonport, Lord, Food Controlle
280-appeal to the nation, 282-
resignation, 283.

Dicey, A. V., England in 1848,' 221
Dido, The Place of, in History

Diptera pupipara, 89.
Discontents, Present, in the Neal
and Middle East, 411-423.

Documents Relating to the Armis-
tice Negotiations,' 314–316.
Dort, Synod of, 270.


Fast, Near and Middle, Present
Discontents in the, 411-423.
Echetypus, 97.

Educational system of the Labour
Party, 324.

'Emden,' exploits, 121, 124, 129.
Enabling Act, 278.

England in 1848, 221-242.

Ernle, Lord, 'The "Golden Ass" of
Apuleius,' 41.

Esher, Viscount, 'Lord Beacons-
field,' 1.

'European Policy, 1897–1914,' 312.

Germany, The Present State of
Feeling in, 301-316.

Germany, military operations, 358-
'war-zone' campaign, 366-prede-
termined line of policy, 373.
'Germany's Conduct of the War and
International Law,' 309, 310.
Gilchrist, R. N., 'Indian Nationality,'
64 note.

Gladstone, W. E., policy, 6, 13-re-
view of Robert Elsmere,' 153.
Godkin, E. L., on the teaching of
political economy, 231.

'Golden Ass' of Apuleius, 41-55.
Gosse, Edmund, letter from Henry
James, 196.

Greece, position in Asia Minor, 436.
Greek Portraits in the British
Museum, 22-40.

Greg, W. R., 'Essays on Political
and Social Science,' 235.
Grueneisen, M. de, 'Le Portrait,' 39.
Guilds League, 'the National, 331.

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Hakewell, George, on the merits of
the ancients and moderns, 112.
Hamilton, General Sir Ian, 'A Galli-
poli Diary,' 243, 251, 254.

Harrison, Dr Jane, 'Homo sum,' 80.
Headlam, Cecil, The Censorship of
the Press,' 132.

Hejaz, revolt, 417.

Hekler, Dr A., 'Greek and Roman
Portraits,' 23.

Helfferich, Karl, Vom Kriegsaus-
bruch bis zum uneingeschränkten
U-Bootkrieg,' 340, 342, 347.

'Heliolithic doctrine,' 172.

Hideyoshi, the hero of Japanese
militarism, 396.

Hindenburg, General, Chief of the
General Staff, 364.
Hippoboscids, 91, 94.

Hogarth, Commander D. G., 'Pre-
sent Discontents in the Near and
Middle East,' 411.

Hogi, Oshikawa, member of the
Japanese Parliament, 397.


Holland, Separatists, 268.
Horse, parasite fly, 92.

Hose, Charles, and William McDougal,
'The Pagan Tribes of Borneo,' 175.
'How Japan helped to Victory,' 403.
Howells, W. D., letters from Henry
James, 191, 198.

Husein, King of Hejas, criticism on
British statesmanship, 411-nego-
tiations with England, 417.
Hyndman, H. M., founds the Demo-
cratic Federation, 329-the Na-
tional Socialist Party, ib.-'The
Awakening of Asia,' 435.


Idea of Progress, 100-118.
Impressionists, French, 382.
Independent Church, 265, 268.
Independent Labour Party, founded,
318, 330.

Indian Army, organisation, 245.
Indian Problems and Sir Alfred
Lyall, 56-72.

'International,' founded, 335.
'Is Germany Guilty?' 313.

Italy, entry into the war, 358, 362-
military operations, 368.
'Ittihad' Club, 431.

Kuhl, General H. von, 'The Germ
General Staff in Preparing &
Conducting the War,' extract fro

Kut disaster, 416.


Labour Party, The, and its Poli

Labour Representative Committ

Laissez-faire, the term, 230 et seq.
Lay Criticism of Art, 375-394.
Lemberg, fall of, 358.

Lemurs, parasites of the, 94, 98.
Lipoptena cervi, 92, 93, 96.
Lippold, Dr G., 'Griechische Portra
statuen,' 25.

Lubbock, Percy, 'The Letters

Henry James,' edited by, 188.
Lucius, 'The Metamorphosis,' 47.
Ludendorff, General, military polic

Luther, Martin, On the Freedom
a Christian Man,' 109.
Lyall, Sir Alfred, and India
Problems, 56-72-Race and R
ligion,' 69-72.

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