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INDEX
Mehemet All (cant.}
relations of, with the Sultan, 6 sqq., 54, 130; outlawry of, 9, revoked, 10 ; financial methods of, 10; Pashalik of Egypt made hereditary in the family of, 12, British recognition of this, 125; settlement by, of Land Tenure, 13-15; relations of, with European Culture and Countries, 16 sag.; conquest by, of the Sudan, 15-16, m 17, 49 ; educational activities of, 16-17, 76, 226; public works executed by, 16, 70 71; French preferences of, 17, 76; love of, for Egypt, 19; opinion of, on England in relation to Egypt, 17-18
Mehkemeh Sheraieh, the, 76
Mesopotamia, Egyptian Labour Corps units sent to, 139
Middle Class, Egyptian, social characteristics of, 164—5; lack of business enterprise of, 174; desire of, for education, 223
Middle East, the, Egyptian problems in relation to, 298, 300, 305
Milner Commission, the, 257, 258, 275, 281, 302; women's and other demonstrations against, 168, 264-5; functions assigned to, 243—4, 256, 261; boycott of, by the Nationalists, 246, 263, 268 sqq., 297, 300; members of, 260; work of, 263 sqq.9 272-3; communique issued by, 265, 308 ; Nationalist fulminations against, in the Press, 282
Milner, Viscount, 68, 243, 297
Ministers, British, attitude of, to the Occupation, 41, 42, 43, 44 sqq.; gradual change in, 82 ; present day lack of definite policy on Egyptian affairs, 190; slow comprehension of the strength of Egyptian Nationalism, 205; speeches of, on British policy in Egypt, 258-9, 281 (see also British policy, ' Declaration of); handling
Ministers, British (cont.)
by,  of   Egyptian   unrest, 243 sqq.
Egyptian, relations of, with. British Representatives, 209 free also Anglo-Egyptian relations); visit of, to England negatived, results of, 147 ; weakness of, 210, 278 sqq., 303
Mixed Municipal Commissions,  90, 91
Mixed Tribunals, the, 56, 58, 60, 61, 314, 307, 308
Moderate Party, Kitchener's effort to create, 112
Modern Egypt, by Lord Cromer, G8
Money-lending by fellaheen wom^n, 166
Mosul, Patriarchate at, 158
MuJcabalah Law, the, 26
Municipalities,   Egyptian,   creation of, local interest in, 90
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Napoleon Bonaparte, and Egypt, 1, 2, 3, 17, 240
Napoleonic Wars, shifting alliances during, 4
National Police, Egyptian, 197 Assembly as envisaged, in the Note
of 1918, 146
Schools,    Egyptian,     funds    of, seized by Ismail Pasha, 32
Nationalism, Egyptian, 37, 52, 105 ; germ of, planted by Mohe-met AH, 19-2O, growth of, 92 $qq.9 296 ; o,s voiced by the Press, 92 ; • origin arid forces behind, 150,sY/r/.; and the revival of El Azhtxr, 240 ; see also Arabi Turkish, vigour of, 153-4
Nationalist Party in Egypt, 76, 94, 96, Cromer's 'Hopes from, 97-8; attitude of, on the Sudan, 48-9, 52 ; manipulation of, by. Abbas II, 108-9, 112, 118 ; factions in, 112, 113, 114; influ-. enced by the Young Turkfl, 114,131; change of orientation of, at the Armistice, 142, claim to Complete Independence put forthMustapha   Pasha),   Prime Minister, 85, 112, 113251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e