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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

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INDEX
Sadik (Ismail, Mufettish), fate  of,
24-5
Sadler, Sir Thomas,Cornmission of, on
Indian Education, 232-3 Said (Mohamed, Pasha), Minister of the Interior, and Abbas II, 113, 117 ; fall of, 118, 120; as Prime Minister, 185, 205, 206, 244; resignation of, over the Milner Commission, 247, 257, 280
Said,   Pasha   of   Egypt,   administration of, 22-3
Salisbury, 1st Marquis of, and the
Arabi  mutiny,   40;    and
the    British    Occupation,
43;  efforts of, to get out
of Egypt,  52 sqg. ;   trust
of, in Cromer, 67
Sami (Mahmoud Pasha), 38, 40
Sandwith, Dr., cited on the Kasr-el-
Aini Hospital, Cairo, 29-31
Sanitation in Egypt, 75, 157, 161,
162, 215
in Hospitals, 29-30, 224 Saoud (Abdullah Ibn), Wahabi, conquered by Ibrahim, 6 Saoud (Ibn), Wahabi Leader, and the King of the Hedjaz, 6 School-children, Egyptian, boys and girls, rioting by, and strikes of, 168-9, 179, 197-8, 204, 221, 246-7, 250-1
Schools, Egyptian, see also Education French, 226, 230 Government, 171 Elementary,    attendance    at, 222 ; results from, 227-8; training in, 226 Female, 230
Secondary, Results of Examinations of, Report on, 227-8 Private, character of, 171, 225-6,
227 ;  results from, 228 Boys, 225-6, 227-8 Girls, 230 Scott, Sir John, Reforms effected
by, 76
Scott-Moncriefi:, Sir Colin, 71, 72 Secret Diplomacy, method of, used, by Egyptian politicians in reference   to   the   Milner Commission, 271
Societies   of  the   East,   modern methods of, 153
Self-Determination, principle of, use of, by Egyptian Nationalists, 142 sqq.
Self-Governing Institutions, future of, in Egypt, 90-1
Self-Government for Egypt," view on, of Uromer, and action taken under Liberal Government, 90, 108 sqq. ; the Protectorate intended to further, 125, 256, 258 ; British failure to train Egyptians for, 212, 215, 223 ; and British recognition of the Sultan's heir, $#7-8 ; fitness for,*how to, be gauged, 272 ; sphere of, 304-5 ; need for proof of Egyptian capacity for, 306
Serwat Pasha in Rushdi's cabinet, 120, 270
Shafik (Mohamed, Pasha), 287
Sharawi (Ali Pasha), President of Nationalist Committee, 178
Shea, Maj.-Gen. Sir John, punitive column under, 186,187,188
Sheria, the, basis of studies at El Azhar, 235-6
Sherif Pasha, 209
Sidki (Ismail Pasha), 120; deportation of, 149
Sinai Peninsula, Turkish encroachments in, 54, 95
Sinn Fein spirit in Egypt, &c., danger of, 301
Sirri (Ismail Pasha), Minister of Public Works, 113, 120; resignation of, 286 ; and the Nile storage scheme, 287
Small Proprietorship in Egypt, 163
Social  Duty,  sense   of,   Egyptian
lack of, 170-1 Relations,    Anglo-Egyptian,    see
Anglo-Egyptian relations Unrest, as manifested in Egypt, 151 sqq., .see also Strikes
Special Courts, abolition of, 248
Special High Commissioner (Allenby, q.v.) wording of instructions to, 190
Spender, J. A., member of the Milner Commission, 260, 264
Sporting Club, the, 105
Strikes* in   Egypt,    by   Lawyers,
Officials,    School-children,
...     Students, &c., epidemic of,
168, 177, 178, 180, 191-3,     Special   Committee   and  presented   to   the   Sultan   on